Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 22, 1954 · Page 4
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Political Announcements staf is authorized to afl* ftounce that the following are Candidates for public office Sub* Ject to the action of the Demc- 6ffUe primary elections. Fdfr Rent 8 ROOM house, good location. Can be used as duplex. 812 West 4th Dial 7-3152. 16-TF co. kYOrttf & ttfdhi on cbrAet >»4 *™"6 * i »poiii fltijouixtijgj 3oth Bbmlr^cali be bought to* y>60.00 and- port fifianSed, An §nent>l6caiJon tot < "•"' HAftttY CLIFFORD RIDGDUL .. ,, REALTY co. 7*2228 A REAL nice 8 T room home, * 4y located. ' Cornet Jk>t 75 H" 140- Paveriieht. $4,250.00 can be fini attced. is-at LIEBLONG REALTY CO. PHONE 7-2228 , Ceuniy AfiJtOtD J. MlDDLEBROOKS &Y (AMOtfEWfi) BYERS ARTHUR AKPEttSON & ACRES, B room house on West J6th. $30.00. - • ig-et .SAMUELS REAL ESTATE PHONE 7-376S 4. ROOM furnished apartment. 712 ,'Edst; 3rd street. Phone 7-2329. I 1 -''" 19-3t Wonted EXPERIENCED Waitress, Apply ifi person only. Mack's Restaurant. 409 East 3rd, formerly, The Snack Shoo. 18-TF A good iioitie for some kittens. Will deliver to your 1 home. Call Martha and Roy. Allison, 7-2780. 20-3t or four room furnished apartment. Private entrance. :' Phone 7-4658. 20-3t IN Beverly Mills Addition we have a few -choice lota left for sale. All lots rite oversize —- oak trees plantecUon every lot. All utilities are< in and' paid for. For new hprfte builders We can get FHA loans for as little as 5% down on *pflyrttent,^E $150 to $200.;Call us "and'let'iis" show you these beau- tifuWots today. -*'"- -?••$> .. «•„ * r 1 FOSTER REALTY COMPANY '"•: '!-2t7's6uth Main Street . / ' Hope',' Arkansas 20-3t — - - --*-- --*-— - • •'-- - ••« * _.... _ \ . . For Sheriff and Collector Wi B. '(fill!) RTJdGLES JIMMY COOK H, D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MlDDLEBROOKS 6 ROOM house: Call James' Cobb BIO West 4th. Phone 7-2622. 22-3t fe ROOM house. UhfurnishedTHnrd- \vood floors. Two porches,, nice yard, See owner at 1804 South Elm, . 22-61 Alderman Ward 8 B. L. RETT1O For Sale For Sale Real Estate Wanted We give the best Prices and bes :'• Trades for your old Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO Phone 7-2261 Feb. 22-lMo Peoria Claims Big Share of AAU Honors HAVE buyers for all size farms. List today. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-3766. Mar. 10-1 Mo. TWO bedroom modern hqme;-Three acres land. $100 cash, monthly payments, Call owner, T. N. Bcv - lew. 7-4308. ,' 22-31 BABY Chicks. Large assortment. See these chicks before buying Several varieties.. Dannie Hanv ilton. Feb, 27-1 Mo. Services Offered sssatiLj. ON^an.extrtularge shady lot, 100 •'•ttjfirorit« 1^142 ft. deep, 4 big paper shell pecan trees in back ynrd t -'thls'home is one of the best in-tcpvii, Large Master bedrooni, ' priVkte oritrancS, extra bedroom, , bath'ana.shovifqr, breakfast room andobUtJefr's gantry, kitchen with huge' pimtry, dishwasher, dis- ' posal,*new washer, dryer, built- ins,Vstorage- closets (ain't that' something?) living and dining Dooms' wl(h "curtains and drapes Venetian Blinds, hardwood floors and garage ( i Ideal for couple with ' one- or .--two children wanting a relally .nJce-'home. Priced to sell *" — shbwnVby appointment only. 916 4 ^oufh\Elm. WEthsfveAavflilable'-FHA, GI, and Convention^, loans — quick ac- ftpnrj$o -if"you-'plan to build or ftuy.^s'ce r us- for our listings imd Joans.V i M -•",.' ,^a> 1' , > • WOULD-you-be interested in own- ingj'a^j'good revenue .producing rprpperty located in up town" bu'si- nesg'dis^rjdt? t Call us 'for details, .•FOSTEVltE&LTY QOMPANY iv (Forrherly, ^Foster-Ellis) .>/ i.217-Sputh'Main Street ;4 ' ',i,Hope^Arkansas 20-31 NOW AVAILABLE PRIVATE PARKING-CLOSE IN PRIVATE Parking space, by the month, now available at parking lot, rear of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 3rd and Elm. Con- tack Joe Mason at Frisco Depot daily, after 2 p. m. 10-12t 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. Hay, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. Also sdme pure lespedeza. T. S. McDavitt. Phone 72116. - 3-TF BABY Chicks. AAAA'Grade. HOLLY GROCERY & MARKET 902 West 3rd St. Phone 7-D903 19-4t 1946 Chevrolet business coupe Radio, heater, practically new tires, Price $295. Buy on installment. V. H. Puryear, Margaret street, Phone 7-4385. 20-6t 1946 Dodge Pickup. North Hamilton. See at 400 20-3t BEPTIC Taiiks Cleaned. Phone 7-9989. •••'•• March 1-lMo. CALL Payne Brothers. House movers, • insured contractors. Public Service Commission Number. M- 1425. 313 Central Avenue,'Stamps .Arkansas. Phone • 3-4481 < in A Stamps.- Ark^ansas^ March 2-lMo. MATTRESS, renovation and innerspring .work. Cobb Mattress Co 316 South;, Washington, Phone 7-2622. ;:: , ;, <. 4 . tt Male Help Wanted MEN "TEACHERS SUMMER EMPLOYMENT UNUSUAL opening for. the summer vacation, paying qualified person $1,000 to $1,800. Enjoyable work your experience equips you to do very successfully. A welcome change from teaching yet highly profitable professionally. Permanent information about self for confidential interview. Write, to Bojc A, Hope Star. 22-lt SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette Complete sports. Other late news . kCMC-TV,,programs. Eearly de liVei-y. Ddle Hartsfield. ' Phone 7-'46'lO. : Mar. 12-1 Mo SALESMAN' $2:5&, .Weekly $17.00, 2 people $3.00.'Discbuht to trucks, all new innersprings, foam pil lows, refrigerated, "Safer" Tile. Boley's "quieter" Court. March 17-1 Mo. NEW Trailer Park, night $1.00, Weekly $5.00, monthly $19.00. Two new tile showers, two new stools- labatory's, shadier, quieter, Boley's Court. Reference Citizen's and National Bank. March 16-1 Mo. Mot Springs Meet Setting New Marks HOT SPRINGS (ffl — New records in attendance and mutu<;l handle virtually were assured as , the 31-day Oaklawn Park racing meet went into its last week. For the. first 25 days of .the 1954 meet, i unofficial figures for attendance were 202.205 DENVER,. UR — The champion Peoria, 111., Cats and ruhnerup Grhalva Buicks of San Diego, lit., claimed seven of the 10 oerths on the all-star AAU basket-•all tournament team; named by press and radio observers. * Peoria claimed its third straigh AAU crown by turning back the upstart San Diegans. 63-55, Satur day night in the ruth annual tour nament. Four members of the unherald ed California club won all-star hon ors. Named from the veteran Peo- ia roster were Frank McCabe, lori Bontemps and Dick Rether- ord. Other choices included Chuck Darling of the Bartlesvllle, Okla. hillips 66ers. Denver Central Bankers rolled ver Fort Sill, Okla., 87-72, in the onsolation game. flhidden death" playoff, Julius Boros, Mid Pines, N. C., and E. J. (Dutch) Harrisoh.Ard- more , Okla., who had climbed from third place into a tie with Mayer and Bolt in yesterday's final round of the 72-hole tournament. Each team posted a best ball score of 25 Sover the regular route 30 under par for the Normandy Shores course. Mayer's putt captured the $3,000 fop prize for himself and Bolt. WANTED two salesmen between 25 and 56 with cars for permanent part-time or full-time work. Largest and ojtfesi company of its kind • offers protected territories. This'opportunity has the advantages of a. business of your own last year, while. betting stood at jjjugrum ..aim oiner -. oenetits. $11,-142,132 this year compared i'aun b,tc.iaiound neipful Foi u llh thc 510 180,830. . complete infoimation without The total attendance and mutual - illation wilte ^o Box X, Hope (figures foi last year were 241,703 Star, 2<!-H .tncl ^13,498,975. ;,•••. \ . taees 01 a. ousmess ol your own -^ •« ciK ^^^\>-> • .i-ymiiciiuu. u> without investment - plus Social P 89 ' 75 ? 0 for & comparable period Security, company retirement ' last -year, while . betting stood at program -and other -. benefits. Dutch Beaten in Four Ball Playoff MIAMI BEACH, Fla. UPK-Dick Mayer's 18-foot putt that won the I $15,000 International Four Ball Golf j Tournament for himself .and his | partner, Tommy Bolt, was no surprise-to the slender, blond St. Petersburg, Fla., campaigner. "1 was absolutely confident when I stepped up to the ball," Mayer said happily. "I 'felt sure I would make it." The shot, on the. first hole of . a Graduation Gifts: The easy way, Lay-A-Way. WATCHES of all makes. Mhoon's Jewelry 119 South Main CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beet cut and wrapped for deep freese. Blood for fish bait. See Ralph Montgomery Phone 7-3361 LOOK!!! Your old furniture in most cases will make a DOWN PAYMENT ON A NEW Bedroom suite, Living Room suite, Dinette set, • -Gas-Range, Etc. LET'S TRADE TODAY. Please call us for particulars. HOUSTON City Furniture Co. .* Phone 7-2201 Hope, Arkansas 224-20-28 East 3rd Street Feb. 22, 1m Opportunity TWO air compressor^. 1V4 horsepower, ottc 5 horsepower. One 1947 Dodge pickup 1 triick. Jordan's Body 'Shop at. Gib Lewis Auto Sales. ,t , , 20-3t [35'RE< is. an 1 ejtcellentVopportunity 'Il"fe own o'modern ,6, room home , and, going grocery-business. All on,,sa.me lot.-Business'now doing oye^-"$3,00p.t)0?sp>r •'month gross. v'Bpth the'groijeVy £tore',iand home •^caty be,"bplight for\the price of the EXTRA SPECIAL,IMPORTED holland jumbo Gladiola bulbs.. While th£y$$$t, 49c a dozen Also fancy leaf caladiums bulbs, 5 bulbs, Bflc'.E. M. McWilliams Seed Store, -' 22-2t ? on ihis one. will have to act auick . REALTY CO. 7 ' 2?28 .19.31 PENTjA-Trcated fence pogt at plant ; % mile out on Rosston>HiWay. We deliver. -Phone 7-2048. • 22-6t PARAKEETS. Cages, and feed. "Young, birds ready 'to teach to talk. * Call after* school hours. Phone 7-3622. 22-3t Delightful Patterns for Every -.Room, Modern*or Traditional Frankly/ we're excited! 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