Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 8, 1955 · Page 16
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, April 8, 1955
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REAVES iRGAIN >40USE — PAWN SHOP and fURNITURE STORE 205 S. Walnut USELESS TIRES it popular prices ' IEEL BALANCING r wait TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. * ILLDOZER WORK TOM-DUCKETT . 6th tt Phone M7M , MATTRESSES •Mud* Into irk Guarantee Day ... ra A Mottratt C^ H, SHARES vcrtWed Ineomt •available Hlfhway t7 Weet LUCK'S FU*NITURI CO. ;ef City Llmlto Weet Barrela fbr Sale Hope, Ark. Prow Seat Covers ' Most Cars istic Seat Covers 1^32.50 P' 1 " Fpr' Most Cars f; QLASS Installed ;for any make tjr or* truck, also cut >r table tops, jiV.iiKh'-" 'i is & Salvage Co. lW^ilMfh&t "' f KN 7 PAYS A WEEK 75e per Inch 60c per Inch 50c per Inch -RBfcs fluoted above are for con- teeutiVe Insertions.-Irregular or skip- date''ods will take the one-day rate. AM dally classified advertising copy #111 f Be 'accepted urttil S'p. m. tor publication trte following, day. The publltheri rtosoi-ve • the right to. revise or edit a)r>odvittl»ernent« offered-for publication..!ond -to reject any objectionable ck)vertlsin« submitted Initials .of one-or- moro lettert, groups or figure! such as .house or telephone numbers count as one ward. The Hope Star will not be responsible, for errors In Want Ads unless errors are called, to our attention offer FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorreci Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Funeral Directors OAKCRESX funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial • Association. Prompt ' Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. *V 23-lMo. SehricM MATTRESS' renova iprlng work- Cobb 816 South W 7-2623. RALPH Montgomery ffidrjket, Custom slaughtering. Phone' 7-3381. 10-1 Mo. FOR water well aetvlce. any size ,,"or depth,. Bee or write O. T. t Clark, CaleilArk. ... Ift-tt INCOME tax services, 30 years ex' perlence. Frank C. DUShane. Of- Oaks Court. Phone 7-5883. 25-1 Mo, COMPETENT INCOME TAX ser 7 Vice — Horace Samuels.'101 .E .Division. Phone 7-3766. ; " March 15-1 Mo CONVAtiESCEfNT ATCD Nursing Hospital. Reasonable monthly rates. Quiet Neighborhood. Catering, to. Aged and - Convalescenl Patients. For information'contact O'uacblta County Hospital,, Camden, .Arkansas. Phone Temple 6.8325, • April 1-1 Mo. For Rent UNFURNISHED, newly decorated, six room liouse. Garage. Gar den, 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf THREE room : unfurnished apartment, private'bath, reasonable rent.^ 13U West Avenue B. Phone 7-3698. . 18-tf LARGE south bedroom, inner sur 'ing mattress,, private bath and private entrance. 801 South Main, 7-5837. 31-61 GOOD PASTURE at Shover Springs, reasonable price. If inter ested see Mrs, Willie Beckworth Shover Springs. 4-3t FOUR room furnished apartment, private entrances andi bath. Phone 7-3497. 4-6t HAVE nice three room apartment for rent. Near New hospital. Phone 7-4C26, :.. 4-6t TWO; ROOM furnished apartment, 418 South Elm. Mrs. J. W. Turner. B-fit —' Business For Lease '(n i%fcv * ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L, Murphy for details, FIVE room unfurnished house. Venetian blinds automatic washer ' connection. $35 per month. 302 Jlast 14th, Phone 3-8852, Texarkana, collect, 8-6t Political Announcement The Star Is authorized to ati« nounce that the following are candidates for public office subject tp the action of thg Democratic primary elections: ' 'For Msyoc ? Bi L. RETTIO Notice INCOME f AX SERVICE. Competent and reasonable. J. W. Strickland. 18-tf United Farm Agency ' Hope .Office — Oaks Court U. S. 67 West we Need Listings. Farms or Business.' ' Coast-to Coast Advertising. The Local Office Sold 45 Farms and Business Properties in 1954. WE GET RESULTS Write box 184 or Call 7-5583 : Frank C. DuShar.e Broker R. C. May Salesman • 2-Gt MOVING? -Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer & Storage Inc. Prescott Ark. Free Estimate. 4-1 Mo. BROOKWOOD P. T. A, will sell dyed Easter eggs, available Wednesday. For • orders phone 7-4352 "br'7-4353. '50c per dozen. 5-3t PRINCE'DR. C, B. Bledsoe. Chiro' po'dist, pedicurist, ' Foot Specialists corn .snecialist — here now. ' ' J'RESH WHITE RIVER FISH . - 3% MILES OUT ON WASHINGTON HY ; ULLER & SON FISH MARKET 8-6t Real Estate for Sale WE SELL — We Buy — We Rent Real. Estate- Franklin Company, 106 South-Mam: 5-1 Mo. CORNER Lot at Ninth and Walnut Streets. TIVE acres near city limits. DUPLEX in Texarkana will sell it or trade for house in Hoce. FOR RENT-— home in Oakhaven; JIM COLE Real Estate Broker For Sale AND, Gravel, topsofl, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. March 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Danny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. March 15-1 Mo. YOUR OATS need nitrate now — We have plenty ammonia and nitrate soda, also all kinds fertilizers. J. W.- Strickland. MARCH 19-1 Mo. QUICK sale—10 used TV sets. All popular makes. Priced from $75 to $125. See Pod Rogers or Doyle Rogers. Phone 7-2759. 24-tf BABY CHICKS best grade laying and broiler type. Hope Feed Company. Phone 7-2547. . Mr. 24-lmo. LONE STAR commander, 14 foot, V-bottom tooat. See Otis Harvey at Diamond Cafe. 5-3t SIX bedroom, two 'story house with 2% baths. Ideal for rooming house, two blocks from town. Priced right. 521 S,ourh Main. W. H. Fincher, phone V7-2209. 5-6t MPROVEO Dairy fWm with or without cattle and equipment. SCO acres, terms, C. E. Overstreet, Prescott, Ark. Owner. G-6t ope Dumps exarkona ; team 7 to 4 Yesterday at Texarkana, the Big League Stars made, it two in a ro\y as they dumped the Texarkana High Razorbacks 7 to 4. Hope picked iip three runs in the first when the 1 Tevarkana in field errored on hot ground balls by Steve Marlar. Wayne Johnson and Johnny Lingo, Bruce Duke doubled tp clean the bases. Tcxarkana countered with three in the first and one in the fourth and held this lead untfl the fifth. In the fifth, Paul Huddleston singled but was forced at second by Jerry Fant's ground ball. Then Fant moved to third on Marlar's single and scored on Johnson's double. In the sixth Hope picked up three more. Lee Lane gained first on a Texarkana error, Ken Jones walked, then Jerry Fant singled scoring Lane and advancing Jones to third base. Fant stole second and Steve Marlar's line drive double to left scored both runners giving Hope their final total. Texarkana rallied again in the seventh but was stopped by Bruce Duke's fine peg to John Lingo at third base to Dick off the last Eazorback base runner. Lee Lane went the route giving up only four bits. The Hope team will take on Nashville High School at Legion field at 3:30 on Tuesday the 12th. The Big League Stars team is composed of JBruce Duke. Lee Lane Dale Zinn, Phil Jones, Ken Jones, Paul Huddleston, Wayne Johnson, Johnny Lingo, Jerry Fant. Steve Marlar, Johnny Webb, Ralph Wiggins, Audrey Hatfield, Robert Daly and Edgar Henderson. Infielder James Gilbert suffered a.broken arm in .Mondays practice session. PRESCOTTNEWS The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mies Turner at Hicks Funeral Home There.will.be an Easter. Egg Hunt Sunday, April' 10. at the City Park. Sponsored by American Legion Post No. 427. All children from the ages up to 12 are, permitted to participate. Parents please escort your children.. . . -. The Junior Church of the First Baptist Church in Washington will sponsor a plate supper at Lincoln High School Gymnasium Saturday, April 9, at 7:30 p. m. Prace 35 cents. The public is invited. The Altar Gift Club of BeeBee Memorial CME Church will meet Sunday, April 10, at the home of Mrs. Minnie Douglas af 4 p. m. Asking all members to be present. Mrs. Ruby M. Whitley and children of Omaha, Nebr,-, are visW- ing their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hamilton and other relatives. The Arkansas Baptist College Choir of Little Rock will give a musical program at the Yerger High School auditorium Tuesday, April 12, at 7:30 p. m. There will be no 'admission but a personal donation will be appreciated. The public is invited. IEASONABDE priced, modern six oom house. Located in best residential section in town. 403 East 14th St. Call 7-2145 for appointment. ', 8-3t Wonted to Buy OLD JtACr$, Call <?r bring to the ' 8-tf Male Help Wanted $1450 MONT«Ly Starting salary plus bonus, fov- .an pxecuUve-tj-pe |n t? Represent' large 'Na- ;fltiQn; No'traveling, ijewd'ent, 27.45, njar- ried, arfibjtiws." capable of "assuming responsibility. In requesting intevview please jn.plucie bi'ief ' Histpry and tp)eph,one 'r'epUejs held strictly ; Write Hope Star, Help Wonted aj|e 93 to 45. ?ernianent i. .Extrqi good, working "Must furnish, j$fej> A'Pply iR person, only, par- lC- SHOP B&B SAVE The Annual.Style Revue of the Anna P. Strong Club was postponed last night because of inclement weather, but will be held Friday night, April 8, in the Yerger High School auditorium. So there, is still time to model. You may do so by contacting the following persons: Tots, Mrs. F. B. Buchanan; Tee'rt- Agers, Miss Estell Mitchell; Cottons and Casuals* Mrs. Veronica Phillips; Sports Mrs. E. M. Nelson; Dress ups, Mrs'. M. L. Bazell; After Five and formals, Neva Carmichael Lounge Wear, M. L. Rutherford; Everyone is cordially invited to atetnd. Admission: 15c, 25c and 50c. Mrs. C. P. Arnold Hostess To : 't W. 3. C. S. Circle .1 W. S. C. S. Circle 1 of the First Methodist Church met on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. P. Arnold with seven members present. The chairman, Mrs. S. V. Scott called the meeting to order and conducted the business. Mrs. Fred White gave the devotional talk -followed by twe interesting articles on "The Island of Perraced Boys" and "The Business Women and the City" that were given by Mrs. Scott. The meeting adjourned with the Aaronic benediction after which the hostess served a dainty dessert course. Presbyterian Circle 1 Meets In Nelson Home r y Mrs. Jim Nelson was hostess to Circle 1 of the Women of the Presbyterian Church at her home on Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. D. Atkinson was co-hostess. The meeting was opened with prayer by the chairman, Mrs. Carl Dalrymple. After the business session Mrs. C. H. Moore presented the Bible study on "Peace With' God" from Romans 5. Mrs.'C. F. Pittman discussed "Lets Talk About Our Christian College." Cherry tarts and coffee were served to 12 members. Mrs. W .B. Sage Has W. S. C. S. Circle 3 Ten memb'ers "and a visitor met on Monday .afternoon at the homa of Mrs. W. B. Sage for the monthly meeting of Circle 3 -of the W. S. C. S. of the,First Methodist Church. The ohariman, Mrs. J. V. McMahen, presided at the business session. The devotional talk on ."Church School in a Bus'.' was given by Mrs. W. R, Hambrigh't. Mrs. P. A. Escarre spoke on "The Island of Per- raced boys." ,- ' . A delectable dessert course was served at the close of the meeting. v W. S. C. S. Circle 2 1 Entertained by . Mrs, E. M. Sharp - : W. S. C. S. Circle 2 of the First Methodist Church was entertained on Monday afternoon, by Mrs. E. M. Sharp at hier home.. The business was conducted by the chairman, Mrs. Adam Guthrie, after which Mrs. O. G. Hirst gave the devotional. . , Mrs. George Green had charge of the program and spoke on "The Island of Perraced Bays" and "The Business Woman and the City," ? Mrs. L. C. Gatlin offered the closing prayer. "During the social hour the hostess served a delectable salad Bourse to ten members. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Davis j Hostess To ^j]!' •r- Presbyterian Circle 3 . ] Circle 3 of the Women of •' the Presbyterian Church met with Mrs. Robbie Wilson and Mrs. John W. Davis at their home on Monday evening; at 7:30. • 5 -Mrs. John Hubbard, chairman, F. opened the rheetihg with a prayer by Peter Marshall and conducted the business at which time Mrs. Wallace Perhbertdn, Spiritual Life Chairman, . told of the different activities in the church planned for April. Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton led the Impressive Bible study- on "Peace With, God", from- Romans'5. Miss Julia Logan discussed "Lets Talk About — Christian Education." The hostesses served a delicious dessert course to 11 members and Mi's. Perhberton. Mrs..H. .V. Scott is spending-the week in Little Rock as the .guest of her son, Brad Scott, and family.' Mr. and Mrs. J. W.-Teeter have returned from a weeks visit in : New Orleans, La. MrS. Ruth Cantley returned-to Little Rock Monday after a week end visit with Mrs. -Electa Cantley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hirst spent Monday in Texarkana. . Mrs. Bobbie Duke, Judy and Reed of .Brownfield,-Texas and Mrs. J. J, Pederson and David Allen of North Cowden, Texas, returned to their home Monjjay after a visit with their parents, 'Mr. and- Mrs. J. H. Bemis and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gee. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dewoody of Gurdpn were Monday visitors in Prescott^ Jack Stivers returned to the University erf Arkansas, Fayetteville Monday after having been, 'called here due to the death of his grand father, W. A. Newth. Dr. and '.. Mrs. C.T..Thompson, Christopher and Elizabeth formally of New Orleans, were the Monday evening guests, of her grandmother, Porker Golfers Nebraska FAYETTEVILLE, UrV-The University of Arkansas won every match and lost only 2\' 2 points in defeating - the University of Nebraska golf team here yesterday. The score was W/ 2 -1\2. Points were scored under the Mrs. C. T. McRae. DJ-. Thompson has rece'ftlly: returned from duty in Korea and : they were, enroute to Camp'-Pendleton, Calif., where he I will be stationed. Nassau system of • strokes at the end of each nin» holes and agail) by comparing hole scores. The results: Gray Linzel (Ark.) 72 defeated Chuck Jenson (Neb.) 84. Tinker Gordon Ark. 75 feated Dick Lauer (Neb.) 78. ; Phil Rogers (Ark.) 70 defeated Jack Moore (Neb. 74. Bass Trumbo (Ark.) 77 defeated Nelson (Neb.). 78*•••'-'-. : Dick Newcpmbe CA'rk. • defeated John Butterfie'ld' '(Neb. 79. "-'Llnzef " arid" "Gordon ' defeated Lauer and C. Jensen. ; LET DUCKEITT DO IX THE BEST IN it CONSTRUCTIOH Sheds — Farm Buildings— > Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost! '!'•..".'. DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. North Main Street ROYAL STATIONERY "FINE VELLUM" 100 Sheets ..... (98c) . . . . . 50 Envelope^ "PERSONALITY" 25 Sheets .... . (59c) 18 Envelopes' Monogrammed . .... 49c Extra ' WARD AND SON DRUGGIST 102 W. 2nd Phone 7-2292 : FIX- one/ FINANCE HOMI IMPROYIMINT LOANS Convenient, tcillf>w* ranged loan* to improv* YOUR horn*. W. arrange tvt Com* to aowl Hope Builders Supply Co. 3rd & Louisiana Phone 7-2381 BUYING J on CflB *«X « ife powerful Fonhac f« less than many models of the lowesl-piiced 1 c a« and much Jess than stripped economy models of hi>her.priced makes.' Compare this price! ' J 2366 35 Baseball For All Makes • and Refrigeration Service APPLIANCE REPAIR * 210 E. 3rd 7-2809 Now Is the time to buy that SPECIAL GIFT for Easter Or Anniyertery Mhoon's Jewelry Store TOP'S SERVICE Hy 67 West of Hope ELECTRIC WILDING Rone anywhere. Call u«< $ee us for your Car, Truck, By The Associated Press TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 11; Shreveport 9 (11 innings) Houston G; Tulsa 5 (10 innings Fort Worth 12; Beaumont 2 Oklahoma City 2; San Antonio 0 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Chattanooga 5; Nashville 4 (10 innings) Atlanta 5; Birmingham 3 Memphis 10; 'Little Rock 4 New Orleans 7; Mobile 2 RiAVES USED FURNITURE STORE 205 S, WALNUT Wont to WASH Woter'$ HOT Valentine W«jhereria MOWeitlrd Treq«jle , ( . , $25 up Portable , , $49.50 up •ARGAIN THIS WIIK Yovi don't have to look far tp. find the reason for the tremendous surge to Ppntiap. No, fyrtlier tlnn the fact that only Pontiac produces cp's .that compete with the costliest in size, smartness and pqwer, yet carry a price tag that IB well under many in the lowest-price field. That's what brings people' in to. i*ee and drive a Pontiac-r-a value story they simply wn't afford to overlook, And once they d.o—once they get a close-uj) pf America's most distinctive styling . . . once they sample the superlative, roominew and comfort of HIGH AW LOW AHD YOU'LL $0 Pontiac's luxury inj racing thrills of exclus^ ajice—they lose i (i Come in and apd pVice tins high-powered You'll find that if you can can easily afford a Pontiac. future-fas affprd any oned new car HEMPSTEAD MOTOR CO 31 fS. Walnut i Am* _ Aptil I, ^-reaarfB.. ^ <n / '_ -j-- BILLS-BILLS-BILLS ALL YOU EV6R BRING ME IS I CANT HELP IT-IT'S NOT MV FAULT YOU PASS A HUNDRED .1, ASH CANS ON YOUR ROUTg BEFORE YOU P?EA<?H 5 OUR HOUSE OUT OUR WAY W*t£H -THIS/ THEM THAT'S, BETTER THAM ONE GUV DOlW IT--HE'D? < . , FEEI . . SOULS. ) SWEAKIM'-'BUT IT BACK OM AM' J IT'S PICTUR& OP LOOKN6 COUPU ON THE OANC& VOU1.L BE My p)R»f - 1 ^ -ooR GOAT VV WHO BARELV TOUCHES '.''- IT TAK ' I——meets boy : ''A*-—- worse l Festive , t : ttan death 2 __^, m en and • andddg wooden shipi IT TAKE TH'. BLAME/ BESIDES VOU.' Kind of beer 5 ' — ~ or •' • 24 French painter 43 Of .against 25 An.-— , and immature, 'insec - . • .• ;. 45 Rasp. ... . "Worms . gatherers • ..,-.4.6— —;;Blanca ' 'W group (ab) .. ..,-..— —; '• ' v9T fa containers 28 Poetry muse '47 :: Satred<bull' J W. Toward the... '30' Patty-giver.' .48—u: as the.-' • IfrWratn Poorer ' ' Storm -• A23 Distress call '^Beetle- WASH TUBES . : shqltered side . Max Welt., in>. 31'Knied- ' 3 ?°J«? nso)f Rubber ' . , smell '• • .' . driven snow,' 60 Indigo- • • .>• "• ' ''' ' NOT WHILfr.IMT IP PIWSON, l& TOO JKNGED UP TUB , /you HE SABOTAGE If 52 -^— : majesty , 55' A drunken 35 !HaPPenin«s NOW HOW CBBIP S!V. 'splitting joke 4S'f?™ p ™« ; 35 !HaPPen j't29SfiosHb.iean -;^ 2 G 'rcumfCrence40 Appoint ' ' AFEM5EP OP ;\ LULU WfT PROFIT HW? iv.' 'Indians : , ; >--32 [ K|tchen tool !!j.t4 Vend. again ' w^y PROJBCT,,, TO SUARD-'TH* STATURE! OUR BOARDING HOVSE With Major Hoopla .ah'd-conquered . •'42 Corded fabric LltTLE tRlf UP€tATiS-Ari l 6-WIM A-.-ARSYMEWTf 6QWZ BLO«e HeiSTEDA , . ~W CpndiDients ' ' DO I DO TSACM THIS • HOW !49' A long, long- ,• • a^.winding 100TS AND HER BWOIES 59 A jftupid ~— 60 Loaned •••- -•! " ' : CARNIVAL BUOSPUNNY YABEEN, —r* ; .'.. WANTIN'T-DO A SOOO PEED...CATCH S 'HAT,,aCtRO/i f(JNNV BUSINESS By Herthbergcr DR.WHOPPER PSYCHIATRIST"' ALLEY OOP WHY NOT? 6EEM9 TO ;ME ANY PLACE THAT'S 05CAR.. FI5H HAVE TO/ K> THAT. epONATOUR SOMETHING '* not fair! You travel 10,000 miles a year just to and 1 , { , from work, while I never get to go anywhere!" J SIDE GLANCES ly Gtlbrairii *'hat would you suggest I say after I miss a two-foot <•; ! - putt, ihstead of what I say now?" •y Nodin* Solztr MMM LMMMMMPI ^^*^* ^^s^^^^^7 fPISCJUA'S co^^ THAT WE'VE s/" WE CAN m, MAKE ^.r SOME REAL -f PLANS,<: HA7EU- SOMETHING THt STWtr Of MAHTHA WATNI AiOUT THE «ON»MIL WCLCOMB TC err THI H rtmembtr I didn't want t« f onif and •«• thtrw agtin tithtr, Henr««^»Mt tht d» w» "I $9)4 thojt bQyi they'd.b« tprry they invitfd mt to' ' -«i '

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