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Ki,?* HOPE STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS ED Office Da* Befort Publication With- Account II Pay* ft %*M*,t> *»U|WW • w^»» "StoHS-ai ••ftrH.as « *s»0 ivBO 8.00 0.00 1.05 110 8.60 10,50 1.20 140 4.00 U.OO 1.M JW0 4.60 1160 1.50 1.00 1,00 15.00 DISI^LAY 75c p«r tack flffc per Inch 606 per inch „ abort art tor ton- Insertion*. Irregular or «Wp- Wlll lake the arm-day rat*. "•• -'--*'"id advertising copy Until 5 p.m, for For Sale ' Gravel, washed, and toftd gravel. Soil and rnasonary sand available Phone 7'2559, Jesfte Sittclaif. Feb. liUJMo. HAV, Johnson grass & lespsdeza mixed, T. S. McDavitt. Phone 7-2116. 13-tf rt»«rve the right, to ait odvartliomont* of* leatton arid to reject llonoble advertUlrtB «ub» . - ,"' < . t ' alt, Of orM Of'" more letter*, Kich. at HOUIM numbert count o§ on« . ... r . Star will not b« rwpon- sfoil! wror»j (n Wont Adi unleu f ,ore ' called to our attention .FIRST Inwrtion of ad and ONLY th* ONE Incorrect 7^431 COMBINE "International, 42 inch" cut, tractor "Farmall 10-20", orchard type on rubber, mbwer "Gnse" •horse-drawn truck 1942 Dodge, % ton, oats, 1,200 bushels bulk or sack 1953 crop, ; saw logs, 12,000 board feet (more pr less) in woods. Bids \vill be accepted Until March 10, 1954. Experiment Station, Mope, Ark; Phone 7-4458. 2-Ot of M6p« 1899; Prei. )ilddt«d Jonu^y,. 18, -every\ weekday afternoon by, co. H ,Wi«hbum / ,.JW)ter ;i ;&, Publlth.r I H..JonetV'Mfl. ; .afllna Editor fBO W., Hotmeo Moeh. Supt. M, Davis, Advertising Monogoe a* toeond class matter at i-fost Office at Hope, Arkansas, •r the Act pf March 3, 1897. tr of th« Audit Bureau of Circulation* ' ' (lots* (payobl* In od- y . ^ J ^ ' *tfl HOM, Old rwlohbor- »tt^ !• i->-' > ~ ^,....^.....«......^ .25 'i^i.»..,...,.'«..»...,>.... 13.00 il Ife Hempstead, Nevada, owara; ' ond Miller couci- .85 l.«0 ' 2.60 4.50 ,' 1.10 3.25, 3!dg --- , Adtartlttnp a R«prt8BntptiV«r! •kanwu OflHilBi, Inc.; 1602 Starick Ug.,\ Memphis, 2, Tenn v £05 Texas ' Bldg., Dallas ,-2,^ To)(p); 360 N, an AVB., Chicago;i,_ill.;'-60' E. ', York 'U?*k«y»>' 1763 Ifl.,' 'De^cffP*2, Mich.; of. v -,tha'Assoslafed Presj: 3t?di Press, ; .ij entitled ex,.the use for republlcation flje'locol new* prjnfpd In tr\i» ^,. 3per, as yell o»t«l( AP itlpflTcnes, < , l( , *\ * fet; . v , eniale Help Wanted f, n\ ** / * j. — i HELP WANTED JES;, '$30 ,weeWy, spare time, • studio roses 'at home. •looks,' 1 smells 'real. Write fO'ROSE'CO.. Greenville. '- > - - ' c-it UPHOLSTERY ,j, Coyer?. Also c^stom e draperies, cornlsh boards bed. spread^, yyork , 'W. GQPWIN on.e,7.4414 416 West Dlvlslpn . Kejjujjt «r Made |ntp Innersprlna * Work Guaranteed w " Day Service DAVIS , • Furniture & Matfrress Co, ' Street Phone ! 7.3818 80 ACRES and newly decorated house. One mile from town. $20,000. Will-sell house and 13 acres, $14,000, Trade for pine timber land. Call 7-5535. Feb. 10-lMo. BUY Certified Black Diamond watermelon seed direct from grower. $L75 per Ib. prepaid. Pac.ked in 1, 5, atul 10 Ib. bags Bill Boston, Longdale, Oklahoma. Feb. 2442t BABY Chicks. Large assortment See these chicks before buying Several varieties. Dannie Hamilton. Feb, 27-lMo. LAST CALL PURE lespedeza hay, alfalfa, also mixed i bermuda ahd Johnson grass. Ross Gillespic. 2-Gt MODERN, 5 room home. Venetian blinds.. Floor furnace. Attic fan. 3 blocks from school. Located 608 North Elm, 2-:6t SWEET Potatoes Seed. Allgold certified, at $3.50 per bushel. O. B. Hodnett. Rt. 3. Hope. Phone 7-4983. 4-tf Corn,' $1.50 now. Price subject to change, Parker Rogers, 11 miles on Columbus; Road, 5r3t 1949 ; 4 DOOR Plymouth. Good.condi- tion. Reasonable. Billy Monts. 1103 South Main, 5-3t PURE Bfed Dalmatian puppies, 4 males $10.00 each. 2 females $5.00 each. J. T. Adams, Jr. Emmet Rt. 2. 5r3t HOME grown Korean lespedeza. Cleaned and tested. Germination 87 per cent. $20 per hundredi W. A. Alford & Son, Rt. 3, Hope/5-Gt CLEAN 1948 model J /4 ton Dodge truck. Cheap for quick sale. Orren* Grocery. 3 /z mile out on Rosston Road, , 5-31 cottage, one pin§jjcovere;d i acre. Also yellow creek 'plub membership. McNab, Arkansas. Call or- write Dr. R, K. Harrison, 525 Olive Texarkana, Texas, 0-6t Notice VOTE "Boley's nil new Courts" when guests arrive or tourists inquire. 2 people $3.00, 4 ; people $5.00. Feb. 17-1 Mo. We give the best Prices and best Trades for your old Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. Phone 7-2201 f eb. 22-lMo. Income Taxes TWO Accountants to help youj 10J East Front Street, Farm Bureau Office. Phone 7-370q, Feb'. S-lMo, Help Wanted 25 WORKING Men, colo'red or white to travel with Circus. Meals and Bleeping berth Furnished, Good pay. Cpntact Circus Manager, Fair Grounds in Presqott, Arkansas. 4-6t HARDWOOD flooring grader. Immediate- work 'available. See D. C.< Pierce, Superintendent, Diejiks lumber cV Coal Co., Broken Bow. Okla. 8-3t Security Life In?, Co. •spltalizatlon . Health * Acoldeni n Arkansas Company fop Pie" . » Rad 6 People" VBI.MA G088, - Place, Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for all size farms, List today, United Farm Agency. 101 East Front. Phone 7-3766. Feb, 9-lMo. IUST ARRIVED The - Ne\v*»t Fabrics "Frorn In Rayon, Nylon, «r«f$ Tailor Shop JHTERING UP town home, 6 rooms 517 West 3rd street. NEAR school. 5 room home. Paved street. 210 North Ferguson, Good home for little cash, WEST side home, 5 room. Lot 100 s; 380. Priced $3750.00. 620 NQHTH main. 4 ropms. Make offer. 4 IX5TS. 12 rooms. Rented $50.00 Mpnth, Buy for $3700.00. 4-6t B, D. FRANKUN COMPANY LOI$ M. PURTBl.!. presents a complete line of 9EAUTY COUN8EUOR H»wl'» Be5i«ty Shop, Phqne m * I" f*»* f r ee c ««' Horne Phone, 7-2166. LOOK!!! Eftfote for Sale INTERESTED in large home. Don't miss seeing this unusual one. Modern in every detail for confort and .convenience, spacious rooms disposal, dishwashef, tlaot WrnaScs, attic fan, phone jacks, plenty of, closets, terrace ibfirbeqUe. ideally arranged for family with invalid, or elder per- soji. fiasily converted into duplex. Bargain. &08 South Main. 6-61 ONE of the nicest 2 bedtoom homes Ifi Cnmelius Meiehts Addition. Attic fari, floor furnace* attached garage. All in excellent condition, Will finance FHA oc Gl. Shown by appointment only. FOR only $3,000.00 this 2 bedroom home at 314. North Hamilton is a good buy for a homo or investment, Rented for $30.00 per month. Terms Ms cash. Balance on monthly terms 5 percent interest. AT 821 South Walnut on a 135 1 x ISO*, lot this 3 bedroom home is priced for quick, sale. Possession on closing sale. Will go GI loan. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 217 SOUTH MAIN STREET HOPE, ARKANSAS PHONE 7-4691 8-6t For Safe 30-6OATS-. G. W. Lafferty. 9 milps -south on highway 29. 8-3t Lost BETWEEN Boley's Court and SpringhiJl. Black cocker spaniel male dog. Wearing red plastic collar. Contact Conley Polk at .B.& B Grocery. 0-3t BLUE, Tick Houndi,. Last Sunday. Contact B'bri; Edward. Spring Hill Road or Phone 7-2983. fi-lt Services Offered SEPTIC Tanks Cleaned. Phone 7-9q89. . ...» ""Majrch MMo; CALL Payne Brothers. House movers, insured contractors. Public Service Commission Numbnr, M- 1435. 313. Central Avenue, Stamps Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. March 2-lMo. MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 310 South Washington. Phone 7*2622; 4-tf For Rent 2- ROOM ' unfurnished; apartment- with private/ bath. Close-In. Phone 7^2205. , H-tt Rice Can Grab NCAA Spot by Beating Texas AUSTIN, Tex. MV- Rice can ?rab an NCAA Regional Basket- ll tourney spot tonight by beat- ng the University of Texas. The teams get together here for the second game in a bastof-three series to decide which goes to Still water, Okla., to represent the Southwest Conference.^ The Owls beat the Longhprns 7052 in the' first game at Houston Friday night, This, of course, puts pressure on the Longhorns, but they'vet counting on the home court advantage tonight to get back in the running. • If Texa's Wins tonight, the deciding game will be in Waco tomorrow night. The playoff was necessary because the two tied-for the conference championship. ' Texas is a decided underdog and Longhorn Coach Slue .Hull may use a slightly revised lineup. Another Longhorn ' worry, .is ,iiow ',o stop Gene Schwinger and Don Lance. Schwinger now has mor,e than 500 points for 'the season. Lance is nearing 400. The Owl hold a 3-,l edge in games over Texas this, season. 3. B.EDROjQMv ho.use.Partially furnished. Excellent, condition, Nice neighborhood- 'Phone 7-3705 after 5 p.:m. '..' V ; 27-tf I'r 3 ••. room apartf ment. $20.00. Share bath'and Utilities. 816 West 4th. Phone 7-3152. n-ot AVAILABLE Mareh 13th to, work. : ing lady.-, Bedroom," use oft Kit• cheh. Mrs. J. B. Baber. 112 West ilSth Street. 4-6t 5;RQOM furnished.house. 400 South 'Bonner. See Mrs. Era Jones at ,Scott Store. After 5:30 at 400 South Bonner. ' 8-6t 6 /ROOM houserGood location. Can -be used as duplex. 812 West 4th ; Phone 7-3152. 8-tf GARAGE, next door to Snyker Hotel. See Mike Snyker at Hotel or Phone 7-3721... , 8-3t 3 ROOM furnished apartment. Private bath. 203 High street. Phone. 7-3174. 5-tf Used Gars USED CARS FOR SALE 1050 NASH Ambassar dor, Radio, Heater, , & Hydromatic 1951 NASH AMBASSADOR, Radio, Heater, & Hylromatic, Very clean ...: 1947 DODGE ,$1025 1948 DODGE $425 $195 $275 Bert Rettig Nash Motors 1947 STUDEBAKER PICKUP 1948 KAISER Hope, Arkansas 304-305 East 3rd Street 5-3t Fights Last Night By The Associated Press PAYTON, Ohio — Joey Klein, «. Wew York, stopped, JJocky Cat ,i, W, Bli|(^ JsJ»n,d, UJ. (4). HOLLYWOOO iuajj fcMi? Cam- 131, ^p)Jyvsfflo4 (10), BI»etrU»J Contr» Political The 8ta« 1* authdrteed to announce that the follotrinfc at* candidates for public office sub* jeet to the action of the Demo- crallo primary elections. For CLW frOttD BYfiftS DW1GHT RIDGDtUL FOR County Clerk ARNOLD J, MIDDLEBROOK3 JOLLY (AMONETTB) BYERS . ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (BUI) fcUGGLES JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS Alderman Ward 3. B. L. RETTIG Printed, electrical 'circuits which were used, extensively, in proximity fuses in World' War. II have been adapted to hearing aids says the American Hearine Aid Assn. Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT MILDRED ALEXANDER „:...-..;; PLAINTIFF VS. McKINLEY ALEXANDER DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The Defendant, McKinley Alexander, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty days hereafter and answer the complaint of Mildred Alexander, Plaintiff herein. WITNESS My hand and seal as Clerk of this Court on this 8th day of March, 1954. SEAL „ Garrett Willis, Clerk March 8, 15, 22, 29 Class B State Tourney Gets Under Way By the Associated Pr«as The first of Arkansas' two major basketball tournaments for high school boys opens at the 7,000-seat Barton Coliseum in Little R.cck tomorrow. District champions, and some nlnners-up, wilt clash for the Class B state championship. Opening the first round of upper bracket tournament play tomorrow afternoon will be Luxora, the District 3 champ, and Clarendon, runner-up in District 0. Other first day games pit Tiller. District BS winner, against Ash Flat, champ of District 2N: Coal Hill, runner-up in District 4, against Delight, District 7\V titleholders; and Valley Springs, champions of District IE, and against Bismarck, the District 55 winner. First round competition is the lower bracket is scheduled for Wednesday. Vilonia District IN champ meets Oil Trough, winners in District 2N; Bono, runner up in District 3, takes on Watson Chapel, the District 8 litlest Faming: ton champion of District 1W clashes with Parkin, District 6 entry and Oden, the Disiviet 4 winner, plays Carthage, victor in District 7E. Fayetteyille and Bismarck reigned today as kingpins of junior high school basketball in Arkansas. . FayetteviUe edged Dt-Quecn 42-41 Saturday night to win the Class A junior boys title, and Bbmarck turned back Valley Springs 47-43 to capture the Class B crown. In another major tournament, Fort Smith defeated Little Rock 51-47 to win the Big Seven Conference championship. Both teams \yill represent the conference, composed of the state's largest high schools, in the Class A senior boys state tournament, at Jonesboro. Here are the results of Saturday night's finals in the Disrict competition: District 1W Class B Senior Boys Farmington 56, Gentry 55 District IE Senior Girls Bergman 57, Alperia 41 District 2' Class A Senior Boys Howie' 75, Newport 04 District 2N Class B Senior Boys Ash Flat 61. Mount Pleasant 56 " District 2S Class B Senior Boys Oil Trough 65,' Griffithyille 45 District 3 Class B Senior. Boys Luxora 55, Bono 50 District 4 Class B Senior Bovs Oden 75, Coal Hill 65 District 4 Senior Girls Fourche Valley 73, Ozark 68 District 5N Senior Girls South. Side of Be"e' Branch 51, Mount. Vernon 42 ,.' District 5S Class B Senior Boys Bismarck 67, Lakeside 52 District 5S Senior Girls SPORTS ROUNDUP BY GAYLE AUBO .By GAYLC TALBOt. Successive visits to ths camps of the champion New York Yankees and the Chiacgo White American League flag. If the Yankees 'are to be finally halted and the younger league saved from slow di integration, the White Sox either will have to win the race themselves or give Cleveland a powerful lot of help. So you look at the two teams as 1 they fired for the battle an you wonder if there is any real basis for cmparison. The difference is that when the Yankee regulars take the field you are looking at a standout ballplayer in nearly "every position. In Manager Paul -Richards' team you see outside the pitching box only one outstanding star who would be sure to break intd the champion's lineup and stay threre — out fielder Orestes Minosos. Seldom on a contending club — at the Sox were for men of last season— hns there been such a tremendous disparity between one man. and the rest of the team as there was between the Cuban bril- lian and his teammates. One wonders how General Manager Frank Lane even talked about getting tough with Minnie during their brief salary dispute. Minoso led the Sox in batting with an average of .313. The club's next best was catcher S'nerman lollar at 287 — complied in 113 games to Minoso's 151. Minoso knocked across 104 runs to Sam Mele's next best 82. His total bases, 259, compared to Jim Rivera's 238. His 15 home runs led Mele's 12. The club got rid of Mole duVing the winter incident ally. Outisde of that, all Minoso did was led the American League with .25 stolen bases, get hit by pitched balls an amazing 17 limes for another league mark, and lead his own team in runs soved and slugging precenta?c. The few things he failed to lead in wcr'o net important. In view of these facts and figures, the obvious conclusion is that Richards did a very fine job in managing his one-man club jnto third place, only 11M> games off tha top. Where the Sox would have 1 finished without Minoso one can only guess but it might not have been in the first division. The only serious weakness of the Cuban speedsters is that he can play only one position at a time. Richards would like very much ,to employ him at third base as w£ll as in left field, being short of tal^ ent at the far corner unless Cass Michaels, obtained during the winter from the Philadelphia Athletics, produces a n unexpected rate. Lakeside 76, Lake Hamilton 52 District 6, Class B Senior Boys Parkin 48. Clarendon 41 (overtime) District 7E Class B Senior Boys Carthage 73, Mount Holly 50 'District 7W Class B Senior Boys Delight 71. Stamps 51 District 8N Class B Senior Boys Watson Chapel 97, Altlieimer 47 District 8N Senior Girls Altheimer 43, Glendale 40 (overtime) District 8 SClass B Senior Boys Triller 60 Portland 53. ' Govilan Has Tuneup for April Bout By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK UPI — Welterweight champion Kiel Gavilan has his final tuneup tonight for his April 2 middleweight title fight with Bobo Olson. The Cuban Flash faces veteran Livio MinelH again in n nontitle 10 in Boston. Gavvy outpointed the Italian in Cleveland 11 months ago. Light heavyweight champion Archie Mooro also shows his stuff this week. He goes after his 17th straight victory against bulky Bob Baker of Pittsburgh in a nontitle 10 at the Miami Beach Auditorium Tuesday rUihl. Match* Morel* I, , . _ ... |--^. ^ t1 ^ 1 '^-^.^.j^_Ai^jjacJJ Delight Cops B Meet; Girls >« Tourney Starts A final half rally gave the freight Bulldogs a 70-51 victory over Stamps Saturday night at Presco.tt and the District 7-W Class B charn- ionship. The district sportsmanship trophy was awarded.to Okolona who waA defeated by Stamps in the semW finals. All district team; Loyce Parker and Travis vurke of Stamns; David Daulkner arid Claudia Walker of Delight; Jerry Dlllard and Charles Sherman of Bodcaw; Charles Bryson of Blavins; Otis Otwell of Emmet, Duke Tomerlin of Saratoga and A. C. Sinyard of Spring Hil. At Ashdown today the Senior Girls District 7-W tourney gets underway with three games slate*, this afternoon. The first g*ames pair Garland and Genoa Central starting at 1 p. m.; 2:15 Guernsey and Lockesburg; 3:30 p. m. Winthrop and Dierks; 6 p. m. Hope vs> Delight; 7:15 Bodcaw vs. Foreman 8:30 Saratoga vs. Bright Star; 9:45 Nashville vs. Texarkana. The boys A tourney gets underway at Nashville Wednesday, at 0:45 p. m. with Hope taking on Arkadelphia in the first contest., while Nashville plays Ashdown and Gu8 don tangles with DeQueen. Handsome Bobby Dykes, the Miami middleweight rontender, is an 8-5 favorite to beat hustling Ralph (TigtO Jones of -Yonkers, N. Y., in a 10 at Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway Arena tonight. Du Mont telicasU the 10 p. m., EST tussle. Gil Turner, another middleweight conter>cler, mixes with Bobby Jones, CrWand, Calif, veteran, at the Philadelphia Arena Wednesday night. The 10-rounder Will be telecast by CBS starting at 10 •p. m., EST. Two G-foot-3 heavyweights, Nino Valdes of Cuba and James J. Parker of Toronto, collide in the headline 10 at Marlicon Square Garden Friday night. Valdes, the No. 2 contender, >is after his seventh straight win. Parker big punch, glass chin — has copped 17 in a row. ABC will broadcast and NBC will telecast the 10 p.m.,, EST, tilt. Punchers are featured in the Sa.turday night television = (ABC) fight. -Jos Micelli, left-hookingi New York welterweight who hasi flattened his last three opponents, meets Johnny Lombard- of Mt. Carmel, Pa., at the Cincinnati Music Hall, The bout starts at 10 p. m., EST. Earl Walk. No. 7 heavyweight contender from Toronto, and Harry (Kid) Matthews, r.'inth-ranking heavy from Seattle, could fatten their records this week. Walls meets Freddie Beshore at Edmonton, Monday. Matthews tiffs with Murray Burnett of Chicaso .at Spokane Tuesday.* '$• Jake LaMotta the old, Bronx Bull now a Miami resident,, starts a comeback Thursday in Miami. The former middleweight champion meets Johnny Pretzie of Boston in a light heavyweight 10. Baseball By The Associated Press ' ^ Sunday's Reults: Boston (A) 2, Philadelphia (N) 1 Philadelphia (A) 7, Washington., (A) 3 Milwaukee (Nhf.^^Bro.qkJyn (N) 2 Chicago (A) 8, Cincinnati (N) . 3 ""New York (A) 10, St. Louis (N) 7 Pittsburgh (N) 7,, : Detroit (A) 3 ; > Baltimore (A) 8, Chicagq (N) C (10 innings) Cleveland (A) 23, New York ft (N) 10 . I Arizona produced 394,279 ,'tons of copper valued at 227. million : dollars in 195p. • :• 1 . ' ' Legal Notice No. 7596 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. J. C. Welch etux Plaintiff vs. Francois DeLacqueseaux etux Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, Francois DeLac- queseaux et ux is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, J. C. Welch et ux. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 20 day of Feb. 1954. (SEAL) Garrett Willis, Clerk W. S. Attins, Atty, for Plaintiff AttorneylAd Litem C. V, Nunn Jr. Feb. 22, March 1, 8, 15 Legal' Notice No. 7000 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark, Betty Applegate Et Al Plaintiff vs. Wm. I, Belcher Et.Al .... Defendant WARNING QROER The Defendant, Wm. I. Belcher Et Al are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Betty Applegate Et Al. Witness my hand and the seal of sajd court this 26 day of February 1954, Garrett Willis, Clerk (SEAL) John P. Vesey, Attorney for Plaintiff C. V. Nunn Jr., Attorney Ad Litem. March l, 8, 15, 22 Legal Notice No. 7592 In the- Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark, Crew.s et al .Plaintiff- vs. Charlie Rosseau et al.... Defendant The ctefeadsnt, Charlie Rosseau,, e,t al are warned to apper In this, •cpjurt wjthta thirty days and answer the conjplaint of the, Plaintiff, Linnie Crews et aj. Witness my han4 and the seaj 04 said wrt this 13 day el February 1951 WWUs, Clerk MENT Due to lack of adequate space we are moving our Real Estate Office, and, to avoid confusion changing the name of the firm from Foster-El I is Realty Company to: 217 South Main Street We want to thank our many friends and customers for their patronage during the past eight years and invite everyone to visit us at our new location. Hope has the greatest possibilities of growth and development of any city in Arkansas. In expanding our facilities we are looking forward to a city of 25,000. population in the next few years, and hope to grow with Hope. At our new location we offer a complete Real Estate sales service and property management of residental, commercial, ranch, farm and timber properties, with adequate loan facilities for G.I., FHA, and Conventional loans. We take pleasure in announcing Floyd Fuller as our new Real Estate salesman handling all types of real estate properties. Charlie Baker will still be handling Farm and Ranehsales. We also wish Leonard Ellis, with whom we have shared office space the post eight years, a continued prosperous Insurance business. Our new office features a Hope product in Southern Plasr wood's n.ew V-Boord designed for wainscoating. We think it is very attractive and inexpensive. Come by and see it. Yinsent W, Foster Mrs. Harold Allen Baker Phone 7-4691

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