Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 28, 1943 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, May 28, 1943
Page 6
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, May 21, tft SIX Move ln*o Our New Home § ! *$ .* •4 ' ---- - •'" * ...... ' —Hope Star photos. The new B K. Homm Motor Company building at 205-15 East Second street. It has a 100-foot front, and is 125 feet deep. At right, B. R. Hamm. Celebrating Our 2Olh Year as Your Dodge-Plymouth Dealer East Second street. and moved to Hope. , . . . . . , The climax of 23 years' continuous service to the motor trade is this investment in a LrmanTnt business home-an expression of faith in America, the Automobile Industry, and Hope, in the days to come. s i I s j , S? Our Staff Bookkeeper and Cashier Mrs. Ophelia Bolls Parts Dept. Head and Assr. Mgr. James A. Gunter, Jr. Service DepK head and Assr. Mgr. A. J. Marlar Mechanical Department 1 Herbert R. Dodson Robert Martin Jack Hartsfield, Jr. Body, Fender and Paint Dept. J. C. Andrews J. T. Turner Washing, Polishing and Lubrication Willie Pondexter Leroy Bedford Roscoe McFaddin THREE GREAT PRODUCTS Dodge dependability has been a national by-word ever since manufacture of this automobile began in 1914. Dodge Trucks, with screen and panel bodies, became standard commercial vehicles in every section of America. Plymouth, introduced by the Chrysler Corporation in 1928, swiftly rose to be the third popular low-priced car—a low-priced car with high-priced features. PARTS DEPARTMENT Our parts facilities have been greatly expanded in the new building. We have been assured by the factory that the parts supply will be constant and ample during the period of emergency. We will endeavor at all times to keep necessary parts on hand to meet the needs of all Dodge, Plymouth and Dodge Truck owners in this territory. GOODYEAR TIRES We are carrying, in line with the factory s ability to supply us, a full line of Goodyear tires and tubes—the most famous name in rubber. ACCESSORIES Featured in our general line are such famous trade brands as: Willard Batteries. Philco Dodge and Plymouth Radios. Custom-built car heaters. Tailored seat-covers. And many other useful accessories. SERVICE Our new building affords more than three times our former space for servicing your car or truck. The service entrance, located at the front of the building, is unusually wide, making driving in and out a pleasure. Our service facilities are modern and complete. These B. R. HAMM Dodge-Plymouth Sales and Service include: Motor tune-up equipment. Reboring and rebuilding of motors. All types of chassis repairs. Front and rear wheel alignment, checked accurately by the very latest equipment. Body and fender repair and repainting, done in a separate room especially equipped for this purpose. Washing, polishing and waxing—one ot the biggest aids in prolonging the good appearance of your car. Lubrication facilities, including one hydraulic and one electric lift, and the most modern type of high-pressure lubncat.on equipment. All this equipment is in the hands of men with long experience, some of whom have had factory training in maintaining cars and trucks. CO. o 3

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