Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 4, 1954 · Page 7
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,f Thursday, March 4, 1954 HOPE STAR. HOPE, ARKANSAS Diabetes causes about 25,000 deaths a year in the United States. Of the 78 million people of Pakistan, about 64 million are Moslem. The island of Dadngnscar is 995 f iles long and 36 miles wide. _, St. Fronds, " ! Bradley Are Tourney Bound . . .this specialized aspirin for children is made to best fit children's needs! SUOSEPH ASPIRIN CHILDREN By IRP WATSON NEW YOK RIM The Bradley and St. Francis of Brooklyn bas- Championships, was favored over St. Louis last night and ran up a iO-point lead in the first quarter. But St. Louis, running fourth in the Missouri Valley Conference and never a montehded for new tournament, pulled even by halftime and kept going for an 89-79 upset. Bradley had beaten its old rival 76-59 earlier in the season. St. Francis had an even ruder surprise, he Terriers took their NOWI g new, sa f e no!e ,j r0 p for c hiid,, n . Contains Nao-Synephrine®. 5?e, V)r. $iies :,•£ ST. JOSEPH HOSE DROPS FOR CHILDREN ketball teams have learned to their|20-3 record and National Invitation sorrow that n bid to one of the big Tournament credentials up to play postseason tournaments isn't worth Siena, which had won only 5 of i any points in a regular-season 18. Siena came from a 12-pointj 'game. deficit to score a 67-60 upset. Basketball Bradley, which meets Oklahoma The two big tournaments split j City in a first-round game of thejeven in intertournament battles for National Collegiate Basketball prestige as the,NCAA's Fordham outlasted Manhattan of the NIT in overtime 73-68 and Wichita of the NIT whipped Oklahoma City 70-60. 5 M.P. MODEL V 3 forward speeds and reverse — NEW FOR'54! SIMPLICITY 2'/ 2 H. P. MODEL F with Lever Gear Shift, 6 Forward Speeds AND Reverse . only $214.95 attachments extra Simplicity — only R.trdtn tractor in its price and power range to provide positive ar drive with-lc\er Rear shift . . . 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By the Associated Press District 1W Class B Senior Boys Decatur 65; Cedarville 33 Mulberry 61; University High 47 Gentry 57 Pea Ridge 52 District 1E Senior Girls Bergman 62 Mount Judy 40 Yellville 55; Omaha 41 Marshall 51; Western Grove 42 Alpena 46 Flippin 33 n District g Class A Senldr Boys Black Rook 65 Lynn 5£ McCrory 61: Walnut RRidge 49 Hoxie 90; TticKerman 53 District 2N Class B Senior Boys Viola 53 Sidney 44 Ash Plat 81; Maynard 46 Mount Pleasant 59; Mammouth Springs 51 District 23 Class B Senior Boys Oil Trough 78 Sulphur Rock 31 Kensett 56; Hcber Springs 46 Harding Academy 53; Grubbs 43 Cord-Charlotte 82 Desha 40 Griffithville 62: Newasd 53 District 3 Class B Senior Boys Lake City 2; Earle 0, forfeit Luxora 85 Dell 62 Bono 88; Standford 66 District 4 Class B Senior Boys Coal Hill 62 Hartford 44 Dlstict 4 Senior Girls Ozark 69; Greenwood 62 Fourche Valley 31: Mount Ida 42 District 4 Junior Girls Scranton 28 Mena 26 Lavaca 42; Ozark 39 District 5N Seti;o Girls > Plumerville 40: Perrybille 34 Shirley 29 Scotland 25 ' Mayflower 2; Jerusalem 0, forfeit South Side (Bee Branch), 4.6 . Greenbrier 36 District 5N Junior Girls Perryville 38; Clinton 19 Casa 2; Jerusalem 0, forfeit District 5S Class B Senior Beys . Joe T. Robinson 64; Leola 62 Cutter-Morning Star 70; Ouachila 65 Lakeside 64 Lake Hamilton 51 Jessioville 79; Mountain Pine 69 Dlstrfct^SS Senior Girls BryarJt 38; Jo T. Robinson 35 Lakeside 49 Glen Rose 29 Lake Hamilton 57; Leola 45 St. Mary's (Little Rock) 60 Mabelvale 31 District 6 Class B Senior Boys Hazen 43; Gillette 36 Clarendon 63; Moro 45 Cotton Plant 42 Vanndale 38 Elaine 59 Wheatley 58 (overtime) Enola 28; Plumerville 26 (double overtime) District 7E Class B Senior Bosy Ml. Holly 58; Village 52 Bearden 54; Harrell 33 Locust Bayou 54, Strong 51 District 7W Class B Senior Boys Saratoga 6.3 Genoa-Central 50 Langley 55; Bradley 52 Murfreesboro 68; Guernesy 33 Okolona 80 Lockesburg 58 (over time) Stamps 43 Garland 43 Fouke 73: Wintnrope 54 District 8N Class B Senior Boys White Hall 72; Humphrey 36 Allheimer 50: Risen 49 Watson Chapel 86 Woodlawn 43 District 8N Se"io Girls Rison 43; Humphrey 42 Woodlawn 54; Gould 46 Glendalo 52 Linwood 4 5 Altheimer 46 New .Edinburgh 37 District 8S Class B Senior Boys Dermott 68; Arkansas City 32 Tillnr 80; Selma 54 The Negro Community Or bring Items to Mlil TUrfitf *t Hicks Funeral Horn* U.: 8 p. m. evening woiship. M. W. Watson, pastor. NelSort-HJU Posi Mo. 427 Wffl meet Tuesday, March 9, at iWlt regular meeting place. Alt members are urged to be present. By United Press EAST Perm 87 Harvard 46 Villanova fi5 lona 53 Brown 75 Providence 61 Frankly & Marshall 97 Bucknell 80 Stcubenvllle 79 Carnegie Tech Mount Vernon 33; Mayflower 12-1 support along with Wlsmo... Others in the field were Mr. and Mrs. I. Handtilman's Reli Gran; Mrs. L, Barry and Mrs. B. Feder's Pat-the-Pilot; Mrs. L. Fry's Best Aair and Mrs. Clyde Locklear's Andres. • Dark Buster finally found the way yesterday to handily turn back seven other sprinters in the $2,200 feature. It was the first victory in three starts here for Mrs. V. Whatley's runner. The four-year-old gelding, with Tommy Osmeht in the irons, shot to the front on the outside as the field completed, the -final- -turn- into the stretch. He won by six lengths. Brookhaven finished second, and Easy Reward was third. Dark, Buster toured the six fur-j longs in; I*tj8' oVfeV' a' Tib'avy trac'k and paid. $5,60, $4.00 and $3.20. Delaware 78 Ursinus 63 Fordham 73 Manhattan 68 (overtime) Moravain 75 Dickinson 65 Princeton 90 Rutgers 68 Siena 67 St. Francis (NY) 60 M.I.T. 69 Tufts 67 Albright 74 Lehigh 64 Albany St. Tchrs. 84 Union (NY) 77 Drexel 71 Penn Military 60 Assumpion 79 Merrimac 74 Haverforcl 72 Swarthmore 70 Wilkes 93 Susquehanna 4 Juniata (Pa.) 77 Lebanon Valley 75 MIDWEST St; Thomas 65 Concbrdia (Minn) 61 Creighton 87 Drake 72 : MacAlester 70 Hamline gO Kansas St. 90 Oklahoma 68' Marshall 80 Western'.Reserve 59 -Milliken 95 Eastern. Illinois 68 There will be h Bus Excursion to Nashville Sunday, March 7, a 2 p m. The Rev. G. Paschal wil preach and the music will be fur hished by Bethel AME Church Gos pel choir. Mrs. Eliza Hendrix president of the PTA of the Fulton Negro Schoo called a meeting Friday, February 26, Twenty-three members Were present and each one expressed his desire and willingness to help out in any way he could to aid the school. The PTA is spoti' soring the "Daddy Yo Hot Rod" program on March 12, 1954. Everyone is invited. Services will be held at Macedonia Baptist Church Sunday, March 7. 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, 11 a. m. morning worship; 6 p. m. B. T. Western Illinois 65 Illinois West ern 53 Wichita 76 Oklahoma City 60 Texas Southern 96 Southern 69 By The Associated Press Arkansas State Teachers 64, Acee Milk of Fort Smith 59 Beebe Junior College 70, Coca- Cola of Monticello 54 Poughkeepsie 96, Wayne's Con- 'cctionery of Warren 89 By The Associated Press Little Rock Independents 47 Big- ilow Independents 24 Newport Ramblers 44, Forst Bap- ist Church of Hot Springs, 24 Cabot Lions Club 42, International Shoe of Batcsville 13 NOSE SUFFERERS AVOID LIFE OF MISERY Find Wonder Curb — Relieves Sinus-like Torture—Users Rejoice Supply Rushed Here! Relief at lair from torture of nasal mis- ry< clogged nose, painful pressure, messy Irip, drainage, 'head cold, hay fever and thcr sinus-like symptoms of' distress duo o nasal congestion Is seen In report! of uccoss with a formula which has the ower to reduce nasal congestion. Mon and romen with agonizing, sinus-like misery, eadachcs, Inflamed nasal passages, sore ostrils, hawking, sneezing due to nasal ongcstlon tall of blessed relief after using t. KLORONOL caste $3, but considering csults, Is not expensive, amounts to only ennles per dose, KLORONOL (caution— se as directed) is sold with strict money' ack guarantee by J. P; Cox Drug — Hope —Mall Orders Filled. There will be a ttsh fry and wie* ner roast at Delous Jones Cafe on East Shovet S«. Saturday night, March 8, sponsored by Gfoup No. 2 of BeeBee Memorial CME Church. Captains are Mrs. Essie D. Brahtley and John Muldrow. Friends of Mrs. Mary Hall will regret to know that she is suffering from n broken arm due to fall on Sunday morning. Erebus and „ the active vateSfttifcf fit' arctic. ,, ', t' flor*eSffo£s'i!*&rjh til J& pitching are ?$ fHftheS Idftg t iftches wide'. »V -.'ii ' Thej*e fs ho limit t& tt*§ of Christian f*am£S ofte' Mercer. , Meeting was adjouned by , 'pealing Club Wdm^n's C*e """ Douglas The Douglas Home Derhonstral Ion Club met at 1 p. m. Monday, February 22, in the homo of Mr-Arietta Scott with Mrs. Scott presiding, The Club Women's,Collect was rend and devotional. Luke B; 4'16, after which a song, "Bless tie the Tie That kinds" was sung. Nexl was roll call by the secretary and response. The Home Industries lender was in charge, Embroidery crochet, and tatting were displayed. Mrs. Welsie Muldrow' and Mrs. Janie Trotter displayed two pair of embroidered pillow coses. Mrs. Berthn Mercer was elected president, with- Mrs. Arietta Scott assisting. Home Irnp'rovempnt, Grounds, and Food & Nutrition leaders gave remarks. During the social hour, a popcorn contest was conducted. Six >rizes were given as follows Mrs. Velsie Muldrow, smocked pillow Urs. Gladys Hood, Bath towel; Vh'9. Arietta Scoot, bath t6w«>l: tfrs. Louella Cooper, soap; Mrs. Earl Hood, bath towel and Mrs. Janie Trojtter, "hath towel. Plans were discussed for the Meat and Egg Show, Baking Activity, and Flower Exchange. Dinner Was served by the hos- .e&s to 11 persons. Our next meeting vill be held MarcTi 9. 1954 at 2 b. m. in the, home of Mrs.' Bertha Stay Beautiful ...by'avoiding Monthly Look' No tell-tale slant on bar fan biMUte crimp*/jitters, t, 0 tngr hor no more Why look older, worn out, jittery for 2 or 3 days each month? Why let everybody know your "time" is here? Thousand* of- smart girls and women take a IHtle Gardui each day, to help- build 'new' energy and resistance. Thojr look; act, ojeep better; feel less and less misery each month. 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