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Hope, Arkansas
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O /WT^ff^ fk ka&)Al inch .. Of* .-. •*UCh 01 tlOUMf v. count ol ,00*. ftf BeyeHjpHHla Addition we have a ft*';choj6e Jote'left for sale. Al lots, are r oversize -r- oak trees planted en -every lot. Ail utilities are in aWd.paid, for. FOr new home, builders we can get FHA loans for as little as 5% down on payment of $150 to $200. Call us * alid let us slipw you these beau tlful lots todby. REALTY COMPANY 21 ?'South Main Street 'Hope, Arkansas 20-3t tldrt MM$ duf .a of ad and ONE Incorrect .A-i *99t ti»u ,\nr fe,«» m» N afi extra large shady lot, 100 ft -front by 142 ft, deep, 4 big paper shell pecan trees in back yafd, this home Is one of the best in tOwii. Large* Master bedroom, private entrance, extra bedroom, "• bath ana shower, breakfast room ,. ahfl b'uiler's pantry, kitchen with < hiige ( pantry, dishwasher, disposal,- hew washer, dryer, built- ins, storage closets (ain't that so^nothing?) "living and dining rooms with curtains and drapes vejietian blinds, hardwood floors and garage. Ideai-for couple with one or two children wanting a really nice homp. priced to sell — shown b'y.. appointment only. 916 SouthXElftu "• . * WE have Sellable .FHA,' GI, and Conventional' wans >— quick ac- tym. So It you-plan>t6 build-or buy 1 ; see'us^for^Ur'listings and WOULD' ytij^bej Interested In own- ,fiig, a good'?"revenue producing ^property Idcaied itt'.up to'wh bUsi- „ ness district? * Call us for details. ' FOSTER' REALTY COMPANY (Formerly Foster-Ellis) r /, .' .217 South Main Street *,, , 4 HopeJ Arkansas , 20-3t 3ABV Chicks. Large assortment, See these chicks before buying Several varieties. Dannie Hamilton. . Fob.' 27-lMo. For Rent 8' ROOM house. Good location. Can "^be used as duplex. 8l2 West 4th. V Dial 7-3152. " 16-TF ipo, ^ , r i~ J!S& &a# 4.50 * j i '& H * nit " "Cy"E".""".','.".'" 13.00 jW^'RVpfosinfotivw, le»h;lnc;'l602iSterlck tj,2, Tefin., SOS Taxot- flV-??5tTOr' *"g-- fi F"i t*&* IthB^Awoelofed' 1 Pnstt WftfRx&fe&titW «—19 tor' fefhiblicotlor* ewt-printed In this H.QS all AP rttwi . t F/abrics "1 ..,.. AJn^RayOp 'Nylon, Dac- -^-aU bVmled w|$h 9J!K : f8(8p'haefe(5 Tailored'' k A W^A •^•*^&. m ^ * • \ m ^f ACRES. 6,'room house'on West /16th. $30,00. ' ' 19-6t SAMUELS- REAL ESTATE' 1 fHONE 7-3766- THREE of four room furnished ^apartment. Private entrance. Pbonp 7t4558, v 20-3t ROQ'St-'house. Call,; James Cobb. 7-2622. 22-3t .house. Unfurnished..Kard- "<flobfcsAVT.WP V porc}i6s. nice See,owner at 1804 South '' • •* '•' ^ ' ' 22 ' 6t , L'condition. N,ear town, Pavement, garden, Reasonable rent. Phone 7-2071. ,"£1" ",/ '. ', /, ,> 22-3t t ROOM .unfurnished apartment. Close "in,-reasonable rates, 207 South Shover 6v call 7-4502. 22-3t PKWT Announcements The Staf i* authoHzed td *»• flouhce thai the following are cflndMstcs ft* publJc office subject to the action of the Demo- tffatle primary elections. f ,.. HAHHY HAWTHdHrtB CL1*TOR1) fiYERS - DWICtHT POP County Clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBSOOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON Fop Sheriff and Collector W. B> (Bill) RUGQLBS JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM M1DDLEBROOKS Alderman Ward 8 B. L. RETT1G ' Por Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGER For Sole NOW AVAILABLE PRIVATE PARKING-CLOSE IN PRIVATE Parking spaed, 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 CASEY'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 Moi Hay, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. Also some pure lespedeza. T. S. McDavitt. Phone ?• 2116. 3-TF BABY Chicks. AAAA Grade. HOLLY GROCERY & MARKET 902 "West 3rd St. Phone 7-9903 19-4t .946 Chevrolet business coupe. Radio, heater, practically new tires, Price $205. Buy on installment. V. H. Puryear, Margaret street, Phone 7-4385. 20-8t 946, Dodge Pickup. See at 400 'North Hamilton. 20-3t TWO "air compressors. 1% horsepower, one 5 horsepower, One 1947 Dodge pickup truck. Jordan's Body Shop at Gib Lewis Auto Sales. . 20-3t For Sole ,TtWO,,bedro$pi >> modern!h,ome,,Three '\acrcs lajid. J$10Q „ cash, .monthly -' payments. Call, owner. T.-N. Below; 7-43Q8. ' . . 22-3t Services Offered SEPTIC Ta.nk,s, Cleaned,. ,Phpn.e 7-9989. 1 ' > ' 1 March MMo. ... i,Brothers. Hquse movers, Insured 'contractors. Public ( Service'. Commission Number M,'.1426^313 Central Avenue, Stamps Arkansas*. ' Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. , March 2-1 Mo. l-;.«imsT£iir I^V».cwitonH ^TliBpl^ fe.fT^ MATTRESS renovation and laner- spring'work, Cobb Mattress Co. 318 South- Washington. Phone • * •' ' > ' . . 4-tf Notice SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. '.Gomplot« sports. Other late news,. KCMC-TV'programs,. Eea.rjy delivery. Dalo Hartsfield. Phone 7-4810. Mar. 12-1 Mo, SA^E,SMAN $2,.50, Weekly $17.00, 2 people $3,00. Discount to trucks, • afl ,new InnersprJngs, foam pi)., lows,'refrigerated, "Safer" Tile. B.oleyJs "quietor" Cpurt. , Ma,rch ll-.l Mo. NEW Trailer Park, night $1.00, Weekly $5.00, monthly $19.00. Two new tile showers, two new stools• Jab,orptories, i sha.d.ler, quieter, Boley's Court. Reference CM- sen's end National -Bank. March 16-1 Mo. t. Augustine, Fla. claims to be oldest city ni the United States GraduQtion Gifts: \ ) £ i t? 5 y Wfl X' UaV'A-V .. WATCHES of all makes. Mhpon's Jewelry 1 "" "—"- Main EXTRA SPECIAL MPORTED holland jumbo-Gladiola bulbs. ^While they last,\49c a doyen. Also fancy leaf cnladiums bulbs, 5 bulbs, G9c E, M. McWilliams Seed Store. 22-2t PENTA-Treated fence post at plant Vz mile out on Rosston Hiway. We deliver, Phone 7-2048, - 22-8t PARAKEETS, Cages, and feed. Young birds ready to teach to talk. Call after school hours. Phone 7-3622, 22-3t SJSE me- about your fertilizer requirements. We can help you with your analysis and price. J' W. Strickland. Mar. 22-1 Mo. Wanted EXPERIENCED Waitress. Apply ' In person only. Mack's Restaurant. 409 East 3rd, formerly, The Snack Shop. 18-TF All-Stars of West- Score o Victory KANSAS CITY, ifft -* The West All Stars scored a routine victory in the Shriners' annual East-West basketball game last night but an unorthodox maneuver by Rib Grande's Newt Oliver overshadowed the players' activities. The Wast's 81173 triumph acme as an anti-climax to coach Oliver actions durin g a preliminary game involving Rio Grande, i, Olson May Skip Their April Match CHICAGO, W) — The way the talk is flowing you might get the idea kid Gavilan and Bob Olson are skipping their April 2 match to take on otheV opohents. « v- *ii»u»*jii6 i,nj ui-uuuBi ^ne Certainly, the latesttldbit s corn- small Ohio college starring. Bevo * n B from their respective camps lr(-ar,nt« A.,,I t>~ n i,h..<.,.i ^._iii__ -L* give no indication that either champion is concerned about the outcome of their Chicago Stadium bout for . bison's middleweight Francis, and Rockhurst College bi Kansas City. With a little less than two mm- tites remaining, Oliver, protesting the officiating took has term off the court. Rockhurst was listed in llio official scorebook as winning the game 56-50. MusialSlams Cards to Win Over Phils By BEN OL.AN Associated Press Sports Writer Stan Musical who failed to win his seventh Nations! League batting championship last year only because he got off to'a slow start, apparently is aiming to begin'with a bang.. t{iis season.' - • • The slugging St. Louis eardinals' outfielder slammed a home run, a triple and a single and .batted in seven runs yesterday as the'- Redbirds walloped the Philadelphia Phillies 93 for their eight Victory in 14 exhibition games. ••"' ; He .'batted'.336 in : 1953 to'ifinish third behind Brooklyn's Carl 1 Furil lo and teammate Red Schpendlenst out if it wasn't for his early season slump which left him , with -a .247 average after,the first two months he conceivably could have wound up far m front. ; : Yesterday's gameWas a •! close one until Musical drove relief pit cher Duke Markcll's second pitch out of the park with two mates aboard in the fourth inning. It was his third home run of the spring « Schoendienst, |,oo, had his hand in the scoring, hitting a triple 'and a single and knocking in one of the tallies. Lefth- Harvey' Haddix was the winning pitcher and rookie. Bob Greenwood the losev. Elsewhere, the ' question of "Who's on first" for the Boston Red Sox may soon be answered if Dick Gernert keeps up his present pace. A good home for some kittens. Will ' deUvpr, to your home, Call Martha and Roy Allison, 7-2780. 20-3t Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for all size farms. List,toda.y. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-3766. Mar. 10-1 Mo. Basketball By United Press Nntipnal A.A.U. Tournament (Woman's Division) FBI (Washington) 26; Iowa Wesleyan 21 Midland Jewelry (Kansas City) 13; United Broom (Kansas City) 37 Snow Whites (Virginia Beach) 36; Martin CollegefTenn. ) .34 Nashvilje Business College 55: Casualty Co, (Hamilton O.) 32 Little Dixie Queens (Savannah) 6 Real Refrigeration, (Milwaukee) Beebe, Ark., J C. Qfj* Houston, Tex , Electro Tech Starlets 21 College ,!^ Rockhurst Mo. 56; Wfl Grron^o 0 ll All-Star Came at Kansas City, West 81; East 73. LOOK!!! Baseball Kentucky Takes Final Press Poll By HUGH NUJ-LERTON JR. ..NEW YORK W —Kentucky' unbeaten basketball team, whic! refrained from tounament coin petition this year, came but aheac of the two national tournamen winners, LaSalle and Holy Cross in the final Associated Press rank ing -poll .of the 1953-54 season to day. __ The Kentucky Wildcats, .toppin 7.1 of the 138 ballots cast,by sport whiters and broadcasters through out .the nation, captiipd the No. ranking ,by the v.ery small margin of 32 points from '.LaSalle's Ex plorers- the newly crowned Na tional Collegiate Athletic Associa tipn champipris..: '.\ '• Holy Cross, the.'surprise winne of the. National Invitation Tpurnn ment \vas a strong third, with In diana, the 1953, NCA.A champion and a strong preseason favorite fourth. '. -, ..,.'•• The final count.o n the basis o 10 points for each first-plare ballo' nine for second, eight for third etc., gave Kentucky 1,110 poinu and LaSalle 1,078. Holy Cross drew 914'points and Indiana,835 The Negro Community Or bdno items to Mli» turnu it Hick* Funefal Horn* The City-Wide .tJsher board will meet Tuesday night,. March 23. at Rising Star Baptist Church, Special ••'it ' Arkansas Girls Wins One ST. JOSEPH, Mo., (M — The two . , ., :op--seeded teams go into " Ul " e action «« tournarnent. Hayne s Hosiery of Winston-Salem N. C., seeking an unprecedented fourth straight title, will enter the fray in the t nightcap against tho Vazoo Master Mowers, of Jackson, crown. In what amounted to a two-day conversational marathon in Chicago lasit week, welterweight Champ Gavilan and his trainer, Mundito Medina, dismissed the Olson fight as in the bag and . pointed. for Rocky Marciano. As soon as ho gives Olson a good licking declares Gavilan he aims to . present his 154 pounds, and as much more as he can muster, to Marciano. This will result in the transfer of Rocky's heavv- weight title to himself, said the kid. .Now comes Olson's manager. Sid Flaherty, with word that he and his Tiger are eagerly awaiting a big-money bout with Joey Glar- dello, who, .attracted consider attention in 'whaling Willie Trov Friday. •. : . , . ' 'Wo . are anxious to accept Giardello's challenge,'"' said Flaherty, 'but we Want. to prolong .that fight until next January. 'Otherwise, Bobo will be. defending his middleweight titlo mostly to pay taxes. •-."I. talked • with Jim. Morris .r.f the International Boxing Club and he would like to match. Giardeilo and Olson for a title bout in Noiy York in September. . "We Jiave no doubtg about the (Pat) : Brady, 137—, New outcome, of this-fight.- I've seen|<10). '••''.'." s NEW. ORLEANS—Ralph Dupas, 135.VL., ;New Orleans, 139'/ 2 , Walsen- bivrg, Colo. (10). PROVIDENCE, R I — Billy invitation to LoiiMte ushers. Time 7;30 p. m. Preaching services will begin at Mt. Pleasant CME Church Wednesday, March 24-26. There will be a taleht program. Refreshments will be sold. The public is invited. American Legion P.ost No. 427 will meet at 8 'o'clock Tuesday night, March 23, .at the regular meeting place; AH'ladies who had relatives in the Military Services are to meet. The purpose is to organize an American Legion Ladies Auxiliary. Dinner will be sold at the home Of Mrs. Mattie Sanders at 702 No. Laurel St. Friday, March 26. .Price 60c. uv e . " l " e . n ,« Washington Home Demonstration women's national AAU basketball club met at the home of Mrs. Deli And Wayland, College "of Plainview, Tex,, second-seeded, takes on; a Beebe, Ark.,-Junior' College sextet, which posted a convincing 60-21 'victory over t Oh' Houston Electro; s Tech Starlettds In last i}lg;!it's^i.flrial first-round game. )J'It" Wij's^he Wayland loam ' that snlipped- rfganes Hosiery's fabulous 102 r garne?wining stre'alt in --February- : by^aefeatihg the Carolinians not" ohceVbut tv. ice,' 45-38,' at Des Arc, Ark.', on" the 26th and- 54-49 at Searcy,- -'Ark., .the following nigh!. Fights tqsf Night- By. "The. As.soclatecl Press ^JlppJKLYN , Orlando Zuluelz, •137i4i -Cu'bn,' decisionecl Dennis York *>i.i,v*u.ijc. wx iiua u^iit. A vc Kcirn Gavilan have trouble with ordinary welterweights." Spur Baby "TTI *••• J f\ ' "' ; -• ' ' Third Race y The Associated Press ,„- (A) 4, Milwaukee (N) 3 Cincinnati (Ni 4. Detroit (A) 3 New York (A> J2, Philadelphia (A) 6 St, Louis (N) 9, Philadelphia (N) 9 Brooklyn ffl) "B." 3, ,|>jttsbuveh (N) 2 , Cleveland/ <A> vs. Baltimore (A) •~~,eHed, wet _ m York (N) vs'M<?xlp«a AH <& ;ri.iJi-.n,.'.a ii,_._r HOT SPRINGS, W L. A- Sla vjn's Spur Baby pne of the tpp prospects for Saturday's (Arkansas Derby, goes after his third victory of the Oaklawn Park meeting today in the featured, $2,200 Jonesboro Pursq, ' • • Spir Baby is top weighted at 118 pounds. In the field opposing the ge,kied n of Guinnison and Rowdy Lass vere several p reylous winners, The strong fiel^i includes Carey- and Ranches' Bay Twist, W. L. Bush's GinrMav. ,Mrs, T. M. Pruett's Val Vez, A- D, Ness' Bejtel, Woodview Stable's Woodview Ace, ? . E. Harper's My Dveam ^.qdy, M,H . Vanberg's Greater, H. H. Rtendleman's King Bebe L. J. CalHouette's Tippy Joe, Smith and Kitchen's Miss Mjg and the Pollard nd . Harkln^entr y of Bright Charge and Hug Up. Bay Twist, GhvM,ar, Val, Vea;, My Dream Liffly and Tippy joe will be seeking their second victory at Oaklawn. In a great stretch drive that took him from sixth place to the front A. D. Ness' Hardback graphed the featured, $2,30Q Conwfly |tur§<} here yester Hardback finMed 8 of W. L. fevorlte, A- Lopez Has Big Decisions Ahead By BOB MYERS • TUCSON, Arix. M Al Lope/, the erudite manager of the Cleveland 'Indians, will be a man of many decisions in the next thico weeks. '•King Solomon," they'll be calling Senor Lopez, and the Tribe followers will be hoping he renders the right decisions. Cleveland, runner-up to th<3 champion New York Yankees the past three seasons, may be in a position of not only hoping to challenge' for the pennant, but also to hang oh to second place. Lopez can use help for his big three of the pitching. - corps, Bob Lemon, Mike Gargia and" * Early Wyhn. Burke, ISS'A, Pi evidence, stopped Jack Ryan, 189, Cianston, R. I. 12). Thompspn'S Ankle Blow to Braves i By JOE REICHLER BRAT5ENTQN, Fla Thomson's ankle fracture and Eddie Math'ews' slippery sacroilliac pin ,the Milwaukee Biaves" pennant chances squarely on their bench. With Thomson, the club's cleanup hitter, almpst a certainty to miss the first six weeks of the season/ and Mathewa' balky back a constant concern even when it's i|ght, Manager,-Charlie Grimm must extract the max imum strength x from his reserves. lah Colston March 16 with Mrs. Gol ston, acting president, presiding. Meeting opened with the club sorig of the month "Swing Low Sweet Chariot." followed by the Women's Collect. Scripture reading John 20: 1-18. Roll call response - "A new vegetable I am planting in my garden this year." Regular business was conducted. Two slide films - ."Choosing the Right Pan" and "'Standards for Bdked Products" were shown by the agent, Mrs. Fairilla S. Smith. Participation in the Meat;and Egg Show was emphasized. Mrs. Smith also gave a demonstration on "Mak ing Sequin Jewelry." The Dress Revue will be held in ' April' and all members are asked to participate. The meeting, was adjourned by. re pcating the Home Demonstration Women's Creed, Acting president, Mrs. Delilah Colston, Mrs. Georgia Bookpr, reporting. Winston Butler of Prescott died at his home Friday, March 19.. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. John Yarbrough of Bluff City died at his home Friday, March 19 Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Choir No. 2 of Bethel AME Church will rehearse Tuesday night, March 23, at 7:30 p,;m. Junior and senior, choirs of- Garrett Chapel Baptist Church will rehearse Tuesday , night, March 23, at 7:30 p. m. . Senior Choir of Lonoke BaptistJ Church will rehearse Tuesday' night, March 23, at 7:30 p. m. Eigth Annual ' Meat and Egg Show Held The Eighth Annual Meat and Egg Show was held Friday, March 19, at Verger High School, Hope, with Ip John Adams, Oak Grove Farmers' Improvement Club, presiding. Registration of products was conducted from 8:30 a. m. to 10 a. m. by Mrs. F. S. Smith. Mrs. Dodie Colbert, Antioch H. D. Club, conducted the opening songs "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot' and "Every Time I Feel de Spirit" with prayer by Mr. Ben Alford, Sheppard Farmers Improvement Club. "Why We Have Meat and. Egg Shows" was given by our Court- ty Agent, Mr. Walker Fleming, Jr. After a special musical number by the Home Demonstration Council, Mr. Fleming conducted a demonstration "Preserving Eggs In Waterglass." Then the Farmers' Association rendered a special musical number led by William Lawson. As the main feature of this program, a "Specialist Panel" was conducted by Mrs. Fairilla S. Smith Home Demonstration Agent. The panel consisted of John Adams, Oak Grove F. L. Club and Mrs. Arlette Scott, Douglas H. D. Club "Meat Specialists," Mrs. Lurenda Evans, New Hope H. D. Club, "Egg Specialists;" Mrs. Verdie Walker, McCaskill H. D. Club, "Soap Specialist," and F. I. .Club - "Display Specialists." Each specialist gave an introduction talk on the particular phase of work, af- tor which a 'question and answer period was conducted.. This feature created quite a bit of interest and enthusiasm among the attend- ts. "Open judging" of all products was conducted and the County . Farmers' Association made awards to the contestants. The awards were ants. as follows: Adult Division: Cured Meats, Junior choir of BeeBee Memorial CME Church wilL rehearse Thursday night, March 25 at 7:30 p. m. Nelson and Hill- Post No.' 427'.will meet Tuesday night, March 23, at the regular meeting place, Time 8 p. 'm, ' Ham, Mrs. Gertrude Nash, lst ( place Ben Alford, 2nd place, John Adams 3rd place. Bacon: Lee Johnson, 2nd place. Middling: Mrs. Janie Wilson, 3rd place. Canned Meats: Chicken: Mrs. Leatha Lawson, 1st place,' Mrs. Lurenda Evans, 2nd place, Mrs. Pearline Cheatham. 3rd place. Sausage: Mrs. Gertrude Nash, 1st place, Mrs. Janie Wilson, 2nd. place. Steak:: Mrs. Leatha Lawson, ls,t place. Backbone: Mrs. Gertrude Nash, 2nd place! Souse': Mrs. Queen E. Johnson, 2nd place. : ; Lard: Mrs. Lurenda Evans, 1st place; Mrs. Alcola Wade, 2nd placo Mrs. Arletts Scott, 3rd place. Soap; Mrs. Rhoda Jones, 1st place; Mrs. Amanda Jackson, 2nd place, Mrs. Ben Alford, 3rd place. Eggs: (white) John Adams, 1st place, Mr. Ben Alford, 2nd place, (Brown) '. eggs. Oliver Lloyd, 1st place, Mrs, Rhoda Jones, 2nd place Mrs. Lurenda Evans, 3rd place. ': 4-H Division: Cured Ham Leo Smith, 1st place. 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