Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 16, 1954 · Page 4
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SSIFIED WltSfecfc fit* B*fdtt! ^ubllcitldfl SUE OB* Wonth .. wierva the Hflht to fcfft tiff Odv«rfljement« 6f- ' '/caffon ortd te r«)«ct l« advertWrtfl tdtr- or mot* l»H«r», »ueli 01 houHn numb»n- outfit o§ : will not b* rnpet* 1ft Wbnt 'Ad» unt»l» to our attention InMrftoh of ad Ond ONLY th« ONE inetttttct Fr Sate rfAY, Johnson grass & . Wbt^d, T* S. McDavitt. 7-2118. Phone 3-tf BABV Chicks. Large assortment See these chicks before buying Several Varieties, tlannie Ham- titan. Feb 27-lMo, Pofal > Announcements the §iaf IB authorized to •&* bounce that the following are candidates for public office Subject to the action 62 the JOehidi ci-atld fetiriiaty eieetfdfi*, SWEET Potatoes Seed. Allgold certified, at $3 50 per biishel. 0 B. Hodhett. Rt. 3. Hope. Phone 7-4983. 4-tt NOW AVAILABLE PRIVATE PARKING-CLOSE IN PRIVATE, Pdiking space, by the month, no\v available at parking lot, rear Of St. Mark's Epis' copal Church, 3rd and Elm. Con- tack Joe Mason at Frisco Depot daily, after 2 p. m. 10-121 MASEY'S Farm. 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. Phone '7-5535. Mar. JO-1 Mo. FRfiSH .country cgfis now 40 dents More flowers daily. See them blooming. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 10-Ot BARGAIN. Dutch house paint $2.75 gal, Pitlsburg $3.95. Byerg Brothers Swap Shop. 105 South Main. 12-Gt Plenty of baby chicks. Your Full- d-Pep Dealer, Hope Feed Co P"hone 7-2547. 32-Bt ' of "Hop*, 1899|' Pint \,+, AlfoMd Jonuofy,' 18, 192* 6U$HING>;«>. ilm«r, Ptoildent JH. ; Wo«hbum. -S fcTil« ' Stt^'Bii ( fe Sou»h 4l Walhi 1651 CHEVROLET, 4 door, power glide, heater, radio, and 'Seat covers. Under 15,000 : miles. Grain Esso Station ' ifi-Gt its», Monoaws Editor V* Hotttiet, Mech. Supt, H«rritMtia*id, > Nevada, " -'-rttj Mill*r eoUn- TWO b'edroom modern home. Two acres Jand, $100 cash, monthly payments. Call owner, T. N. Belew. Phono 7-4308 JS-31 3 BEDROOM home. 309 North Ferguson street. $4,000. Either see owner at that address or Floyd Fuller, Foster Realty Co. le-3t EXTRA SPECIAL IMPORTED holland jumbo Gladiola bulbs. While they last, 49c a-dozen. Also fancy leaf bulbs, 5 bulbs 60c. E. M. McWilllams Seed Store. • 16-3t For Rent ,«2S?t.44U r ,*.^ A,80 ) Advertlijno Representatives; ••* paHAl84sl)lq.;lf/,6024Sf erlck fephJ>';,2,'-Tepft,, 505 Texoi IS Dg||a» 2, Texas;-360 N. , ...Aye/, Chicago 1, ill.; 60 E. ifcAWjWL York .17,, N. Y.;«) 7<S3 ali'Bldq;/ OWahoijia'',C)ty 2, rpresi'I* pntHled' ex* - fofthe USD; for., rspubllcotion Bjkjttil.-r.etf*' printed lln thli rfs*ir> fl || O j- Ol , AP MWt ' ,.UHB;IVI,«PURTELL. 'nts'^a'jconiplete 'Una of A,MTYfCOUNSELOR i, COSMETICS , fazel's Beauty'Shop, Phone E 0 "?.?}'"^ let* con. '- i - tfs Electrical Service mo<,S.pirth Eto, Hope PliETE^-BEWIND & Thone 7-2153 UPHOLSTERY i>; Cpvers,', ,'^lso custom '-s; porjilces boards 'if Work GUaran- &j. w. ao>wiN i v.416 West Division , into Innersprlng guaranteed _ r ., jflF "ARRiVISP $$¥ftet pabri?« "From y r In, Rayon, Ny|on, pac- T Good. ,sand"y land. 3 miles Southeast, Hope Cash or crop. Phohe 7-2961, night. ll-Ot ,3 , iBEDttOOM house.'815 West , 'E. Str:,eet>-Phone 7-2003. 12-31 >THRE!E >f rooni apartment. Nicely furnished. 204 'Bonner. 15-TF GODBOLp furhished, apartment.. 3 1 j'oo'm and breakfast nook. Private bath. %' block; from town "•Adults only, Phone 7-3314. ir>-3t CLIFFORD BYER8 JDWIGHT Par Couftty Clerk ARNOLD J. MlDDLEBROOitS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B, (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIO Income Taxes TWO Accountants to help you. •101 East Front Street. Farm Bureau Office Phone 7-S766. JO>fJt -- -•- ' "• J. •• . .' *** -J I,. A- 4-iM Services Offered SEPTIC Tanks Cleaned. Phone 7-0980. " March 1-lMo. CALL Payne Brothers. House movr ers, insured contractors. Public Service Commission Number M- 1425. 313 Central Avenue, Stamps Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. March 2-lMo. MATTRESS renovation and innerspring Work., Cbbb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. ' 4.^ ANYONE interested in taking 'bookkeeping find, 'shorthand 'at night Call Mrs. Thurman Ridling at ;72957 after 4 o'clock. 15-TF Wanted A young lady. Neat appearance for cashier work. Apply Mr. Wilson. 209 South Main. 15-31 Lost SMrTH-Acttlene cuttinrr torch. Friday on main, E. M. McDowell 1213 Snuth Main. 15-31 Help Wanted HARDWOOD flooring grafter, lim- mediate Work available. See D. C. Pierce, Superintendent, Dierkit Lumber & Coal Co.. Broken Bow. Oklahoma, „ • 12-31 C, ROOM house. Good location. Can be. used ns duplex. .812 West 4th. Dial 7-315& 10-TF NEWLY Decorated 3 roo'm apniH- Mnant. $20.00. Share bath and utilities, 810 West 4th. Dial 7-3l(i2. 10-TF Notice VOTE "Boley's all new Courts" when guests arrive or tourists in* quire. 2 people |3.00, 4 people $5.00. , Feb. 17-1 Mo. We give the, best Prices and best Trades for your old Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. Phone 7-2261 Feb. 22-lMo. SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette-. Complete sports. Other late news, KCMC Programs. Early delivery. Pale Hartsfield. Phone 7-4610. Mar. 12-1 Mo. COTTON acreage and pasture for f&nt. Also farm equipment for £ale. Mrs. W. H. Bruce, Hope, Rt. 3. 16-3t NEW Trailer Park, Nights~$T; Weekly, $5; Monthly, $10, Two New Tile Showers; Two New Stools; Boley's Court. Reference Citizens and National Bank. March 16-1 Mo. Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for all faize farms. List today. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-37C6, Mar. 10-1 Mo. Kentucky Is Voted Best Cage Team By RIP WAT56NM NEW YORK (fft— Kcntuckys .undefeated basketball 16am, which passed 'up tournament play, was voted t'he best college team in the nation today by sports writers and sportscasters participating in the next-to-last Associated Press weekly poll. The Wildcats, who closed their season by beating Louisiana" Stale for th£' Southeastern Conference title were given' the No. 1 spot on 47 of the 7; ballots. Kentucky fin- ish'ed with a25- 0. record, the first perfect mark since Armya in 1944. Indiana held second place despite an upset loss to Notre Dame, with 410 points to Kentucky' 574 on a basis of 10 for .first, nine for second, .an.d so .forth.- Following in order were Holy : .Cross, Notre Dame, Duquesne, La Salle; George Washington, Western Kentucky,. Penn State and Oklahoma A&M. Below the top two, however, the standings as the voters considered the restults'of the National .Colle : giate Championships and : the National Invitation ;Tp,urnament.- • ., Holy Cross, which' won the NIT by upsetting first 1 Western K«n- The free world produced about 340 million pounds of nickel in 1953 Graduation Gifts; The egsy way, Loy-A-Way. WATCHES of all makes. / Mhoon's Jewelry » 119 CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beet put and wrapped for deep frwse. Blood for fish bait, See Rqlph Montgomery Phone 7-3361 Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Brooklyn — Nate Brooks, 118'/i Cleveland decisioned Henry Pappy GauU, 121, Spartanburg, S. C. 10 Boston — Vince Martinez,. 149'4 Paterson, N. J., stopped Ronnie Harper, 148^, Roanoke, Va, 2: Tony DeMarco, 145, Boston stopped Wilbur Wilson, 148, Boston 2. San Francisco ••— Jesse Flores, 138 J /a San Francisco decisionec Tommy Manaois, 136!/i Los Angeles 10. LOOK!!! If^uy olcf furniture In most cases ironm suite, i: H0ySTON Baseball By The Assoclat e d Press Monday's Results Philadelphia (A) 10, Boston (A) 7 New York (N) 13, Baltimore 8 Philadelphia (N) J2, Chicago (A) H Milwaukee (N) 7, Detroit (A) 1 Cincinnati (N) 4, New York (A) 3 St. Louis (N) 16, Chicago <N>7 Brookly n (N) 2, Washington <A,i Philadelphia B (N) 21, Cincinnati B (N) 8. _ „ . . & Basketball By The Associated NATIONAL AAU AT Ft, Lepnavd Wood, Mg. 93, Tren> . N. J,, Pel Rios Jfldjanaoqlls Arn>s(;rgflg Town aw.<e U47 nt Anchorage panhandle FJyers 57 AFB W/o, 60 68 .„_.. Plans Only fhrii Tourneys MtAMl" Flai, ; (A — Beh Ho gan said .today he will play in only three golf tournaments this year and will not defend his British Opefi title. Arriving' for the ' pro-amateur orelude to the. international Four- ball Tournament starting Thurs- day.Hoga n said iin will play in lie Augusta Masters,, the U. S. Open and the Colonial .in Texas. ">fo, Irh .not going to , Britain o defend my titla, Hogan ( said. 'I'll be too. busy with our golf :lub -manufacturing company. 3-Tihie Winner May Hove Trouble " MOT' SPRINGS ' W —'. J. K. HduseU' Lefty Jnmes consistent 'I'inner at Santa Anita although un- ble t ofinish first at Oaklawn 'ark in three outings, was expect- d ,to have strong support today n the $2.50 featured Arkansas wood Products Purse. Left James finished' third in lie King Cotton Handicap and was issigned top wieght of 121 pounds or today's race. Going against'the 5-year-old gled- ng in the O-furlong test for 4- 'earolds and up were A. Sch'rbed r!s Harry'Lou; A. L. Peterson's iy —'11 Go, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. 4olman's Lucky Lable and Mrs. "lllzabeth' Muckler's Jack' Jr. Almost equal interest is cen- JJJLIJLiA*. , H ftM,JUk IAMJi A S jt»-.ifc»j^.^B^jifc^JiL-aA»-J-,i^ nilril ^ |r|— _^.^Ju m »L..J..J,.A M J. L J. A.^.*. . lickcy and then. Duquesne vaulted places into the No. 3 posi- i6n. L aSalle the current choice o grab the NCAA ihampionship. Iso climbed six places to .the no- .spot,. althouih its .tournament victories .were hardly, upset. Class A Cage PlayoffStarts ' afJonesboro By CARL BELL JONESBORO, (j) — Jonesboros title-favored Hurricane was ta show its hand to the Arkansas Class A basketball tournament :rowd early, meeting Magnolia in the second game of the curtain- aiding session this afternoon. The first tip-off was set for i '.m. with Hoxio, champion of Dis- rict 2 taking on ties Arc, Sixth Jistrict runner-up. A third game this afternoon pitted Little Rock, runner-up of the Big Seven Confsrence, against Mansfield, the District 4 champion. Tonights program will taring together Monticeilo, District 8 champ and 1953 state runner-up and Conway, ruhncr-up of District f>; Lcnchville, runner-up to Jonesboro in District 3, and Hope, District 7V'/' litlist and probably south Arkansas best crown bet. While Joriesboro, unbeaten in 23 starts this year, is. perhaps the strongest favorite in the tourneys history, its road to the championship Ls • longer than for most Donations to Hempstead Red Cross Conributions To the American Red Cross: Hope Previously donated $2,318.28 Mrs. Helen MoKinhey $1.00, Jack Beaty $1.00, Jack Hartfiekl $1:00, V. H. Johnson •$.23, B. H. Wyatt i.25 Clyde Sexton $1.00, Floyd Honea- $1.00, Mable Ethridge $1.00, Mrs. W. Y. Foster, Jr. $1.00, Mf. and Mrs. Grady Clark $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grain $1.00, Mrs. -jyes. The only first-round tilts were Jonesborq-Magnolia and Leachville- iope, and, oddly, enough, the first game of the meet actually was a second-round affair with the winner going into !he quarterfinals find not having lo play again until Thursday. Among the clubs that wont swing into action until tomorrow are Big Seven champion Fort Smith and District 1 winner- Van fcnren, which may be the biggest Stumbling blocks Tor Jonesboro. The fact that both Jonesboro and Leachvlllo of the host district had the estru games early, was sure to .-boost the crowds. Combining this with -the addition of ohe day to the tournament this year, Ar- — jtournurrieril is being .stretched over ' tered on the seventh race a mile i five days to', eliinin'ate the necessity and- 70 Ward run for 3-year-old's | of morning games. In the past the The field is made up prospcC- maximum run has been four days. tive Arkansas' Derby candidates. The Derby closes the 3i-claymeel- in -i» -March- 27. The Arkansas State College field- house, site of the meet, will seat '.about :3,500. spectators. J. R. Gentry $1.00, Win. M^quc kelt $10.00, Mrs. Stella \Veist-iibfr- ger $1.00, W. W. Compton $1.00 Mrs. Harry Hawthorne $1.00, Mrs. Kelly Bryant $1.00, Mrs. O. C. Sutton $1.00, Eula's Grocery $1.00, Mrs. Messer $.50, Mrs. Roxie Red- mart $1.00, Mrs. S. D. Eason $1.00, Miss Irene Eason SI.00, Mrs. A. C. Reynerson SI.00, Mrs. Jim Jbnes $1.00, Mrs: Ray McDowell SI.00, Mrs. Italph Bailey $1.00, Mrs. L. D. Springer, $1.00, L. D, Springer $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson $2.00, Mr. and Mrs. Win- stkn Monts £2.00, Mrs. P. J. Drake $5.50, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Spencer $10.00, Miss Floy Honea .$1.00, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carlton $2.00, Mrs. Aline Johnson $1.00, Mrs. John Hartsfield Sl^OO, Miss Nettie Brog- c!en $1.00, Mrs. J. B. Koonce $1.00, Mr. ;md Mrs. H. A. Spragins $5.00. Brookwood Gro. $1.00, Mrs. K. G. McRae $2.00, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robins $2.00, Chester Almond $.50, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lauterback $5.00, Mrs. Eva Campbell $.50, Mrs. Jack Hcrvey $.50 Mrs. E. J. McCabe $1.00, Mrs. Lou Trulove $1.00, Dr. and Mrs. Don Smith $5.00, Carl Johnson, $1.00, Mrs. Joe Patterson $.50, Mrs. Roy Alison $1.00, Mrs. Vick Dottgan $.50, Mrs. M. S. Bates $1.00 Mrs. Jack Bcaty $1.00, Mrs., W. L. Williams $1.00, Mrs. H. R. Copeland $1.00, Mrs. J. B. Martin $1.00, A. T. Oliver $1.00, Mrs. H. A. Halbert $1.00. Mrs. John Shields $1.00, Mrs! Ben Waller $1.00, Mr. arid Mrs. Dean $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hcfro $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shiver $5.00, Mrs. - Dell Thompson $1.00, Mrs. Lucille Dildy $1.00, Mrs. Arch Moore $1.00, Mrs. I.. L. Pilkintpn $1.00, Mrs. Wallace Cook $1.00, Mrs. Claude Agee $2.00, Mrs. B. F. Johnson $2.50, Mrs. Rabarts $1.00, Mrs. Huckabee $1.00, ; Mrs. W. H. Gunter, Sr. $2.00, Mrs. Ruth Johnston $1.00 Mrs. Jewel Massiilg- ill $1.00, Mrs. Tom Trout $1.00,.IT- Tuesday, MajtehJjj/JjS^ jju Laundry $1.00, Mrs. Frank King $2 00,. Mrs.' Buddie Porter. $1.00, Mrs. Henry Watkins $1.00. Mrs. L. A. Foster $1.00. Mrs. Del Vecehiod $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. Lahroy Spates $300,-Mr. and Mrs. Brack R. Cch- enck $1.00, Mrs. Mike Kelly $1.00 Mrs. Charles Graham $1.00 Mr anojp Mrs. Ralph Smith $2.00, Mr. ancP' Mrs. Lloyd Kinard $2.00, Mrs. Orval Taylor $1.00, Mrs. Phinis Herring $1.00, Mrs. W. R. Mosley $1.00, Mrs. Mary McPherson $2.00, Mrs. Cecil O'Steen $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. Jno Pi Vesey $5.00, Mrs. Vic Campbell $.30 Mrs. E. S. Richards $1.00, Mrs. Ca- rherlne R. Howard $1.00, Mrs. A. M Key $5.00, Miss Zenobia Reed $2.00, Mrs. S. H. Battle $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atchison $1.00, Mrs. E. M. Murphy $1.00, Miss Idd* Carlton $7.00, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Smith $2.00, Mrs. W. M. Ramsey $1.00, Mrs. J. L. Myers $1.00, Mrs* J. K. Briggs $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carter $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Reed $5.00, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Watkins $2.00, Mrs. Nora O. Evans $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Franks $1.00, Miss Evelyn Briant $1.00, Mrs. Floyd Porlerfield $.50, Mrs. G. O. Mosley $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Hefner $5.00, Johnson—Printing Co. $5.00, Total $2,516.58. *• Top Radio Programs NEW . YORK Ml— Selected programs tonight: NBC— 8 Dinah Shore's Song 8:30 Dragnet; .0 Fibber and Molly. CBS—6 Tennessee .Ernie 7 People 9re Funny 8 Johnny Dollar. ABC—6:3(L, Starr of Space; 8 Town Meelinj*X>' MBS—7:30 High Adventure 8:30 The Search. About one-sixth of the total land rea, of New Jersey is classified area of New Jers ey -is classified as.-Urban. 0' fti m & • : • • .-..--• .-•--..-•-.. - . •-• . • \ . • , . Early America ate here—and so can you! TEXAS EASTERN SERVES THE COMPANIES THAT SERVE YOU Wm. Penn Inn is still a landmark of good eating for Philadel- ^liians and travellers pn U. S, Highway 202. The inn's modern kitchen is equipped for gas supplied by the Gas Department of Philadelphia Electric 'Company, a customer of Texas Eaitcrn. You enter America's past at the William Penn Inn. - You can easily picture men in cocked hats and knee breeches enjoying the warm hos- pitality of the house. Founded in 1714, this famous inn is still noted for fine food. Helping to maintain this 240-year-old reputation is a kitchen equipped for gas. The management chose gas, as do so many • homemakers today, because it is clean ... economical... and versatile — ideal for all cooking and baking, TEXAS EASTERN A LOCAL CITIZPN SHSfVEPORT. LOUISIANA THB NATION O A 9 pjpfline sytttm o\ tnor? ffinn 4500 miles Texas Eastern transports mturnl g#s thf Squthitrtst to serve homes and industries of the Midwestern, 4pp«la(AiQn end Eastern areaf.

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