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W& $* "•Jr^ •*' HOP! STAt, MOM, ARKAHiAS fhursdfay, Moreh Jftfcflw WrJh itW iffiwrt, Is .Rtndirtd. Thrt* Mil OB4 »*?» Oky* Mootti 90 1.60 4.60 '" 1.20 8.00 6.00 ,¥AJ«h*iJ0. 8.60 ftXK) •••--'«% UU,J.M MJO : 2.40 4,00 ilM 4.60 18.M 1.00 16.00 BABY Chicks. Larjje assortment. See these chicks before buying Several varieties. Dannie Hamilton. Feb. 27-lMo. ' NOW AVAILABLE PRIVATE PARKING-CLOSE JN PRIVATE Parkirig space, by the month, now available at fiark- ing Wt, rear of St. Mark's Episcopal -Church, 3rd and Elm. Con- tack Joo Mason at Frisco Depot dally, after 2 p, m. 10-121 . 60e per inch oobvA <or* ^for coci* ,,™...>xu. liro^uldr, or tkfp- li.wDI toki the ot5e-day {ratv. Jilly 'itflislf led ocf*«rtit|riO Copy .jo*tept*3 'until *S p.m. for — "t, .following 'Ooy. ' in rt*efv» Ihd right to ail tidvflttliemsnti of* ••" 'Idn r «nd tti f*)»tt advwtlilno tub- orj* or * frwrii Jetton, _MrM stl£h -at h6w« rttimbir* .count (u on« Star will rwt b« 'rwpon. . fora In "Want Ad* untett Sf» 0 -,co)led.«to our 1 attention • ; IRST , iriwrtlon of ad and ~ ONlY.th. ONE Intotrtct llfe^ 31 [RBSTAR 1927 d T :. Jonuary 18, 192* , co. r Polities, iPfiildant ' i • hburn/; Secy-Tm. Star Bulldlna Sbuth Wolnut Strict, AtKartsoj ' ' by CiWoshbBnV Editor & Publisher ,;«.:, ;onc«, .Managing Ed/ror it ;W,J Ho»mer, -Much. Supt. ~*j.._ - .*..^,.,*- Manager ct at .ccccnd clois matter at or. Hope, Arkaniqt, iMoreh-3, 1897. ' b«i< efVjfri* sAudlJ * Buraau of m J Rates , (payablt In ad- : > and ntlahbor- 1 P? ..,.,.. n Reprosontatives:" In?..;. 1002, Storlck "iTenri.,' £05 Texai ,Texa« 360^- 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. 10-1 Mo. BARGAIN. Dutch house paint $2.75 gal. Pittsburg '$3,95. Byers Btt>- thers Swttp Shop. 105 South Main. 12-61 Plenty of baby chicks. Your Full,O-Pep Dealer, Hope Feed Co. Phone 7-2547. 12-6t 1051 CHEVROLET. 4 door, power glide, heater.' • radio, and Seat covers. Under' .15,000 miles. Grain Esso Station ' 15-Ot 3 BEDROOM home. 309 North Ferguson street. $4,000. Either seC owner at that address or Floyd Fuller, Foster Realty Co. 16-3t " l EXTRA SPECIAL ~ IMPORTED hplland jumbo Gladiola .bulbs. While they last, 40c H do/.cn. Also fancy leaf bulbs, 5 bulbs 69c. E. M. McWilliams Seed Store. ' • ' 16-3t CALL Payne Brothers. House movers, 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, Cobb Mattress • Co. 31G South Washington. Phone 7-2622. ' .4-tf NICE homo. 4 rooms & bath. 2»,4 lots. New paint. New roof. Rose garden. Very cheap., Phone 74.446. . , 17-31 BABY buggy. Good condition. See Mrs. Lyle McMahen, at Oaklia- vun or phone 7-4945. 17-3t Hay, Johnson grass & Icspedeza mixed.... Also some pure lespedeza. T. S. McDavitl. Phone 72116. • 3-TF EASTMAN Kodak. 828 flash Ban, tarn camera. Coated F, 4.5 lens. Includes: Kodak, Flash unit, 5 filters, adapter ring and lens hood, Excellent fOr colorslides. $80 vqlue for,$55. Ed Justus, Pho, tography, 103 South Elm. 17-3t BEAUTIFUL-now'white gold' engagement and wedding ring set. % carat diamond" and 'smaller stones. Jewelers , certificate. $150,00. .You save $100.00, Call ,74013. ' • 18-3t XOTH -if, N:T.; i/« to,/Detroit •?. MliK.; ilvOklohomd .City 2, -f^ „ it ,» , j f? tN 1 ; Assoelored Pres»; »g> !£«**, '*' ,*•?'fi?* 1 f* itlocoj J/fHOLSTERY ers,' ; A'so custom ries, cornices boards Wf rk Gusran- V-.JT, stywTy trj, , ^.'.'^IWstOJiv^lon ypTRESSES ' i ln|ip Innersprlng 7-3812 WILL pave few more days; nice *^lg fryers tor 7Sci Mrs, Lester HuckaBee. . ' ' '- ' 18-31 Political Announcements Tbe Star is authorized to ««* bounce thai the following ar« candidates for public office subject to the action ot the Democratic primary elections. For Treasurer HAttRV ttAWTWOHNB CLIFFORD BYERS DWIGHT FOP County Clerk J. M1OOLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETf E) BYERS ARTHUR AWDERSOtf Cats Fight Way to Hope Impressive Quarterfinals For Sheriff and Collector ' W. B. (Bill) fcUGGLES JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. HETTIG Services Offered SEPTIC Tanks- Cleaned. Phone 7-0989. March 1-lMo. Wanted to Buy jFlat top office desk. In good con- •dition. Phone 7-3766. • 17-3t Help Wanted EXCHANGE those spare hours for a good income. Avon products offers an excellent opportunity. Representative's needed in Hope and Blevins. Write Mrs. Hulsey. Albert Pike Station, Box 71,'Hot Springs, Arkansas. 18-3t Wanted EXPERIENCED Waitress. Apply in person only. Mack's Restaurant, 409 East 3rd, formerly, The Snack Shou. 18-TF For Rent THREE room apartment. Nicely furnished, .204 Bonner. 15-TF C ROOM liouse. Good location; Can bo used as duplex. 812 West 4th. Dial r 7-3152. "-' • 10-TF NEWLY .Decorated 3'r.pom apartment. $20,00. Share bath, and -utilities. 810 West 4th, Dial 7-3152. ' 16-TF Notice VOTE "Boley's all new Courts" when guests arrive or tourjsts in- 11 ' 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 aows. KCMC Programs, Early delivery, Dale H.arlsfield. Phone 7-4610. Mai-. 12-1 Mo, COTTON- acreage and pasture for rent. Also farm equipment for sale. Mrs, W. H, Bruce. Hope, Bt. 3. • „ > • ", 16-3t NEW Trailer Park! Nights $1; . Weekly, $5; \Monthly, '$19. Two New Tile Showers; Two Now Stools; Boley's Court. Reference Citizens and National ,Bank. . ' March 10-1 Mo. SALESMAN $230,'" Weekly $17^00, 2 people $3.00. Discount to trucks, all new innersprings, foam pillows, refrigerated, "Safer" Tile. Boley's "quieter" Court, March 17-1 Mo. 3 ROOM house, $10.00 per month. -See owner ot 1320, West 4th, 18-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mist Turnar at Hicks Funeral Horn* Big radio group "Charity Travelers" appearing «t the Bethel AME Church Friday night, March 19. at 8 p. m. This group under the direction of the Rev. J, W. Wiler has presented concert programs in many Stales. The Rev. J. W. Wilder, director of the > group is the featured song leadci;. Tickets ace on sale by members "of Class No. 1 Don't fail to see iind hear this group of Gospel singers. COX'S'Cafe at Fulton will serve Turkey Dinner Sunday March 21st. $1.00 per plate. Drinks extra. " 18-3t Real Estate Wanted There will be a weintr roast, fish pond and many other forms of entertainment given at Turner's Chapel Baptist Church, located on the Patmos Road, Saturday night. March 20. Activities to begin at 7:30 p. m. sponsored jointly by Mrs. Ar- Icne Honry and Mrs. E. M, Ne'- son. There will be free transportation . from Hope out to Turner's Chapel. For transportation, please contact Mrs, E. N. Tvfelson, Mrs. E. L. Hipks, Sylvester Hicks and Mrs, B. F. Davis. The public is invited 8y CARL 66LL JONESBORO (/PI — Folks were sitting up to take notice df a tall band of shoot-and-follow boys from southwest Arkansas today as the State Class A High School Basketball Tournament moved into its quarter final round. Boasting a well-balanced team, individually ranging from 5-feet-l 1 to 6-4 in height and powered by the brilliant Garnic Hatch, the Hope Bobcats have shown clearly that they must be reckoned With in a meet previously conceeded to one of the entries from north of the Arkansas River. The Bobcats shoot well from outside and appear to be the most rugged robounders in the tourney. Hatch, Who has sacked up 45 points in t\vo games, bucketed 28 of them last night as Hope shoved aside, Forrest City 68-49. This earned the Bobcats a quar tor-final spot tonight against Sheridan which was somewhat less inv pressive in a 62-46 victory over Newport in yesterday's second round. Sheridan's one bright light was Winfred May, whpse .points constituted an individual high for one game in this meet. Headliners of the quarterfinals were expected to be Jonesboro Hoxie this afternoon and Van Buren-Fort Smith tonight. The other afternoon game sent Little Rock against Monticello. Jonesboro's Golden Hurricane, which came into the tourney un defeated and an odds-on choice for the championship, got a te rrific scare from Green Forest last :night. The Hurricane trailed at various times in the first three quarters but rallied strongly in the late stages to breeze, home on top, The Van Buren Pointers also started slowly but came oh fast to polish Off Greenwood 73-50. Trailing 14-10 after the first quarter David Hampton, Bob Crawford and Pete Collier sent the Pointers on a spree that put them ahead 352 2 at half-time. Hampton, hitting long set shots, was high scored with 22 points. Crawfotjd piled up 19. Though the scox-e was too close for comfort at .times, the smooth Fort Smith Grizzles were the command all the way as they gurneil back Crosaett 50-43., Jim Gattis was the big gun for;>the winners ail; around . His 14 points enabled him to share individual scoring honors with Crossett's Freddy Gill. : Hppe ,G F TP Hatch 12 4 28 Griffin '..' 33 9 Halbert 4 0 , 8 Stanley 0 1 1 Mitchell 24.8 Bruce 0. 2 2 Huddleston 00 0 Mangum 146 Hollis Oil Russell • 1 3 5 Total 23 22 68 Forrest City G F TP Hammonds ....,"„ 5 4 12 Davis, B. 2 4 8 Davis, B. G. 1 1 3 Hauls 2 6 10 Smith ...-.2- 4 •& Cox•••'.: 2 0 4 Gilbert 2i 0 ' 4 Holly • ..,.,....,. 0 0 0 Totals 16 17 49 Hope Bobcats 16 34 51 68 Forrest City 15 23 35 49 Jeep 7 Seeks Second Spa Upset Win HOT SPRINGS tfl — Mrs.W . J. Sejimidt's Look Out Jeep, an Upset victor in the Arkansas Oil Dealers Purse at Oaklaton P.afk last Friday,. was assigned top! weight of 119 pounds for the "featured $2,400 Magnolia Purse today. A strong field is entered in tho •j furlong allowance test. They include William Fudge's My Time, Harby and Bryant's Gray Veni ture, D. M. Shore French Ad- [miral, Irene Dcnham and W. P. Harper's Butter Jim and Lakeside Stable's Lone Shadow. Granite Flyn won (he opening day Inaugural .Handicap and was a ARKANSAS JONteSBOHO 1.41-^Glen Ha rme- son, Arkansas State College's new head football coach is a big personal be'gent whmo looks like a foot ball'each and yet desn'.t. When he's wearing his glasses Harmeson might easily be taken for a professor. Without his specs, close second to Pollard and Hark- he lias the appearance of a pro ins' Ever Bright in the feature last Saturday. Green Acres Stock Farm's Dane football player or perhaps a ro- Cessional .wrestler. He has an appreciation for the HAVE buyers for all size farms. List today. United,Farm Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-3,766, Mar. 10-1 Mo, 3?fer Tailpr^rt''' HPUW Graduation Gifts: The sasy way, toy-A-Way. WATCHES pf all makes. , Mhoon's Jewelry 119 South Main CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING and wapped 'for de Bleosi fpr fjsh ^alf. Sen Ralph Montgomery ' * The Humming Bees Gospel singers o£ Texarkana will render ' u program at Rising Star Baptist Church Sunday night, March 21, sponsored by the Usher board. The public is invited. Mrs. Alberta Pavis spent the week-end visiting her husband IP Fort Smith. Friendship club met at the honio of Mrs. Daisey Muldrow on Wed- i^esday night, March 17. There wijl be a club p.arly at the Chiney Berry Grove Friday night, 10. Admission is 25 cents. The public is invited. Club Observes i National 4-H Club Week In observance of National 4-H Club Week, March 6-14. the Blevins-Iron Springs' 4-H Club sponsored a program which' was rendered in the auditoriuni 'of the Bie- vlns Training School at 2;30 o'clock Sunday afternoon,'March 14. 1?54. ' * The pi'pgram •wraa IA charge of " *^ f £^, ofttsergj^vith Mjs? , w ,.'s of Oak Qi-ove .^ ..,„„,, with tl^eir leader, ^f^ J$*S&» *&jfti&w *XA took show honors, behind Vream. • : In r e g istering five , lengths her second straight Oaklown triumph, Dam;- ing Marjie ran the four furlongs in ;46.4 and paid $3. - • • Dorrt Cry Yet for the Yonkees ing Marjie led all the way to win I slower living of the southland and | yesterday'.! $3,OOQ Ballerina fea-1 that's' one' of the reasons he gave ture.. up an assistant's post at Purdue Dancing Marjie finished a head of the mighty .Big Ten to take tlv to spare over V. V, .Long Sr.'? job at Arkansas State. Vrea.rn. S. I. Crew's Chanziber -'I've always "liked n school of this, size,", he says, "and I've a] ways had art idea I'd like to live in the south : or southwest." Harmeson's • job • at Arkansas State is football but he doesn't believe that sport should hog a col- jlegc boy's time. He starred in baseball arid basketball as well as football at Purdue in 'the late 20.3 and he likes to see a boy play as many sports as possible. ' This" attitude brought up in an interview the controversial subject of spring football practice, Which cuts into the" baseball, .track and tennis time at colleges. While he is in the midst of .spring grid training here right 'now, ' Harmeson comments: "I've never believed; spring practice .was necessary. It was started several years .ago by the coaches themselves when people, said football coaches didn't have enough work to keep them busy. Now, by the time a football coach spends the fa.ll, .and spring months teaching his boy and the ittll year recruiting them, he has too ; much to do. . ' : "Besides, football is a relative thing. A team wouldn't need spring practice if. it's opponents didn't have it either." ; •: Harmeson is among the coaches happy over abolition of the platoon system. \ "I believe football .,1s better for t)je;. kids whfen th,ey*;get to' play both- offense and defense," he expounds. "A boy playing under the platoon .system didn't let the proper training -'to 'become a coach. He knew either offense or defense well but had no knowledge of the other so how could he go on and teach it as a coach?" Harmeson says, his coaching staff at A-'State is complete for the time being. Two members of the old Indian^ staff, Ray Bickerstaff and Elmer Scott, are working with the linemen. The head man, himself tutoring the backs, says he may add a new assistant by fall. ',' : Baseball Wednesday's Results Boston (A) 10, Washington (A) 6 Brooklyn (N) 5, Chica'go (A) 1 Cincinnati' (N) 4, Detroit (A) 1 Philadelphia (A) 5, New York (A) 3 Milwaukee (N) 2, Philadelphia (N) 0 New York (N) vs Baltimore at Yuma, Ariz., cancelled high winds. Cleveland (A> vs Chicago (N) at Mesa, Ariz,, cancelled rain. Basketball By The Associated Press Second Round Van Buren 73, ; Greenwood 50 Fort Smith 50, Crossett 43 Shrldan 62, Newport 46 Jonesteoro 60, • Green Forrest 42 Hope 08, Forrest City 49 Girls 8KB at Marlanna First Round Parkin 64, McRae 39 , BeeBranc h 60. Fourche Valley 55 Dyess 62, Watson 32 National A- A. U- basketball tourney at Denver, Colo. (2nd round) Young Mens Institute (San Francisco, Calif.) 78 C.V.E. Travelers (Artesia, New Mexico) 58 Grihalda Motors (San Diego, Calif.) 70 Warren AFB (Wyo.) 51 Associated Qrocers 79 Goodye.ar (Akron. Ohio) 76 ?*•• For* Siil Oklahoma 93 Buchans Bakers Seattle Wash. 72 Phillips (Oiler?) 90 Carmack tpvs Cleveland, Ohio 37 Denver Centre} Benkers 85 Uoiwd*WQOd MO. 73 Feorte C^teypYittsf? 8? 1 T<jwne Associated Press Sports Writer Don't bother to she'd a' tear for who are having trouble winning baseball games these days. Casey Stengel's young men lost their fourth straight exhibition yesterday. The surprising Philadelphia Athletics whipped the. world champions 5-3 for their seventh -Win in a row. That makes eight losses in 11 tries for the Yanks and leaves the New Yorkers seventh in the American League .spring standings;: But before you start consigning the champs to a, second division berth, it is .worthwhile to note that cnly two .of Stengel's October, • or World Series players were in the 'March .starting lineup. Gil McDougald .opened at third base and .belted two triples, the second three-bagger driving, in tho first Yankee run, and Gene Woodling started in left field. Shortstop Phil Ptizzuto also came in the game in the late innings. The Scooter rapped a single in the Yanks' two- run rally in 'the ninth. For purposes, of com. look backwards shows that New York was fifth .among Americsn League teams at the conclusion of spring training a year ago. Four players obtained from the Yanks in a trade last December drove in runs in the Athletics' victory. Rookie Jim Finigan clouted a home run off Steve Kraly, who used to be his teammate at Bintf- hamton in the Eastern League last years. Vic Power, Bill Renna and Don Bollweg" also aent runs home. The Brooklyns Dodgers, meanwhile, apparently are taking a directly opposite course in getting ready to try. for their third consecutive pennant and still another go at the Yanks in the World Series. Although they were shut out by Sandy Consuegra for five innings and managed only seven hits to Chicago's nine, the Brooks thumped the White Sox 5-1 yesterday and now boast an eight-game winning stream. Six regulars- started for thefiPodgers. Don Hpak's home run and a two-run triple by fleet Junior Gilliam were the big. blows backing up a good pitching job by vet- teran rookie Pete Wojey, Don Bessent and Bob Milliken. The Milwaukee Bravcsi, looked upon in some quarters as the Dodgers' chief threats, got even better pitching as iastballer Bob Buhl and rookie Ray Crone limited the Philadelphia Phillies to five hits in. a 2-0 victory. Joe Adcock, Braves first baseman, batted in both runs with singles in the first and eighth innings. The Cincinnati trio of Art Fowler, Jim Meltpn and Jack Crimian almost combined for a shutout too on a 4-1 win over the District Ti- squad 6-4. Underdogs Play in NCCA Meet By SKIRRER PATRICK KANSAS CITY — A favorite team • is mighty hard to find among underdogs. And all four teams seeking the National Coll egiate basketball Championships here this weekend were underdogs before the region- El NCAA playoffs startee. That's why the experts are moving cautiously about picking the winners in tomorrow's semifinals, involving Southern California and Bradley at 8 p.. m. CST), and LaSalle and Penn State at 9:45. There were only two close calls for the "fortunate four" in the re- gionals as they qualified for the showdown here. Southern Cal .needed two overtimes to beat Santa Clara, 66-60. in the quarterfinals at Corvallis, Ore. LaSalle squeaked past Fordham, 76-7.4' in the first round tit Buffalo. Other than those'two the upsetting foursome made it was work. The Californians, Pacific Coast champions, and Lasallc were in town last night. Ppnn State and Bradley are schcdiil'eed in today Top Radio Programs NEW YORK \ffl — Sleeted pro grams tonight: NBC — 7 Roy Rodgers 8 Truth or Conse- suences; 9:35 Jane Pickens . . . . CBS — 7 Meet Millie; 8 Ray Milland 9 Escape Drama . . . ABC— Whitoman Varieties 9:35 Discussion of Aid to Europe . . . MBS -R Detective Drama; 8:30 My Little Margie. gers. The losers only run came in the ninth ining, and it was tainted by an error by the Redlegs' Johnny Temple. One losing streak ended and another was continued as the Boston Red Sox took a 10-6 slugfest over the Washington Senators. A five- run seventh inning put the Sox over the top, with the key blow a two-run, pinch-hit single by rookie Harry i Aggaini.s,. The victory ended a five-game losing streak for Boston, while the senators now have lost all of their eight sprjng. training games. The Cincinnati "B" team defeated the Philadelphia Phillies "B" NOTICE The Annual Meeting of the HCMPSTEAD COUNTY FARMERS ASSOCIATION Will be Held SATURDAY, MARCH 20th PUN NOW TO ATTEND Come by the store and 'register for door prizes. To be tjiven gway gfter the meeting Qt the Cowrt Hggse, Dr. 896 John§on, Animal Food Pie. titism for 'the MFA Mills will be the main speaker. holders are a?ked to come in checks ut the il IN OUR STORE SATURD i*m kri^^^k. i «W>k AI IH Win A. ,,J^it m The great Republic listed at the largest' clipper ship ever built was 325 feet long, had four decks, could carry 6,000 tons of cargo and drew 24 feet of water. Another Shot at Kingston KINGSTON, W) Ibert' Brown, 23, was shot fatally and' his ' 52- year-old father was wounded critically in an argument over 1 a' debf| here last night, said Washingtoir County Sheriff Bruce Crider. Crider said Clyde Hicks, about 50, is being hold without charge at ttuntsville pending further Investigation. ' The sheriff said Bo wen's brother, 21-year-old Eugene Bowen, Wa3 walking with Ibc-rt and their father, Arthur, When the shooting oc- the incident. < The farmers met Hicks on tfings^ ton's main street and asWed hlnP' for payment of a loan In the following argumei, Hicks stalled firing an automatic pistol arid Ibort and his father fell to the pavement. Hicks left the scene in EJ truck and surrendered to officers at Huntsville, said tho sheriff. Eugche Bowen took his i father and brother to Huntsville, the noarelt 'community .with telephone service, ..an?! notified pq1ic.e t . . f§ Ibert was 'dead 'on arrival; at the i nearby community. The father was removed to a Faybttcvill hospital, when attendants said this? morn- in that f has condition! is • DIAL 7-4431 -FREE DELIVERY SERVING YOU SINCE 1896 Fat Tender Hens Lb. Fresh Yard Eggs Doz. Fresh G\, Beef Lbs. 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