Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 20, 1955 · Page 22
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 20, 1955
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s^r^Tsasjpcr;*." t , s. ^yi^^fAf'T'' Wifs-'f'* " s * V- r Wl •$ >< ;'"-' ' ~ ^ " " "^ • , Wednesday, April 30, 19SS BLOMDII 105 S, WALNUT If* Sewing Course ^ the purchase of new ' Sewirlg) Machine. ; .__ SrwiNG CINTER iouth elm phoHe 7-5840 TUIILKS bt :'*hlle $feu wait 46MA TIRfc & SOPPLY :-( .COMPANY. , IULLDOZER WORK luind Clearing — Dirt Movlna '• L; and Pond Dlgolng. Call TOM DUCKETT W. 6th St. Phone 7-87M HOPIJTAR, HO Pi, AUK A Hi Wednesday, April 20; 105S ) CLASSIFIED Adi Muat Be In Office Day Befofa Publication WANT AD RATES All Want Adi ore' payoblt (n «dvonc« but fads will b« accepted 6Ver th« telephone and decomoda- tion accounts allowed with the understanding the account Is payablt when statement Is Tendered, Wordi to IS .to 20 -. tb 2$ 26 to 30 31 to 35 40 45 SO One .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 three Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 On Mom 4.5 9.0 10.5C 12.09 13,5' IS.Oi CLASSIFIED DISPLAY MATTRESSES or Made Into Inn Work Guarantee —» On* Day ServlM —«.. DAVIS ternltara A Mortrew C*. " •. Kim ttr««t Phone 7-1211 N WESTERN SHARES "a» Otveralfled Income Fund ,J»roapectue avallabla from M.S. BATES ," AGENT Ark. , Phona 7-4464 I tlnie . 1 .......,.. i . i .... ilu . 7S.c per Irtch 3 times .. ; 60c per. Inch * tlwe * SOc per Inch Rotes quoted oboVa or* (>or con- Mcutlve insertions. Irregular or skip- date od* will take the one-day rote. All dally classified advertising copy wi !L b8 pceepted until 5 p. m, for pub»cdtion the following day. .The publishers reserve tha right to revise or edit oil odvertisements offer«d for publlcotion and to reject ony obiectlonable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as ono word.. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want 'Ads unless error* ore called ,to our attention offer FIRS1 insertion of. ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent UNFURNISHED; newly decorated,, six room house. Garage. Garden. 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. .1-01 THREE room unfurnished apartment, private bath, reasonable rent. 13H West Avenue B; Phone 7-3698. is-tf K\.l M fTOP?S SERVICE !Hy 67 West of Hope ELECTRIC WELDING Done anywhere. Call ua. '*rf ua Tor your'Car, Truck, £~ f Tractor repalra. *'^tfif 7^7 phone ' Political Announcement The Star Is authorized to an- notifies that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor B. L. HETTIG Henderson Ntttert Best Southern State MAGNOLIA M —Henderson bea Southern State 5-1 in a tenni match yesterday. The results: Byron Whitley (Southern) def Everitt Houser 7-5, 3-6, 6-1. Andy Marfno Henderson) def Henry Bryan 8-2, 6-1. Stanley McNulty (Henderson) Joe Hughes Henderson def, def. Lynwood Rowe 6-2, 64. Kenneth Hogan 6-2, 6-0. Marino-Houser def. Whitley- Bryan 6-4, 01. MqNulty-Hughes def. Rowe-Hogan 6-1, 6-1. funeral Director! OAKCREST 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. 23-1 Mo. For Sa!e AND, Gravel, topsofj, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. April 15-1 Mo. Those Dodgers Seek Ninth Win in Row By FRED DOWN !ABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Danny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. March 15-1 Mo. 'OUR OATS need nitrate now — W<* have plenty ammonia and nitrate soda, also all kinds fertilizers. J/W. Strickland. MARCH 19-1 Mo. NICE .THR^EE 1 . room- unfurnished apartment, for rent in nice part ;. Of city. Phone 7-4626. 14-6t DAHLIAS Tube Roses" No. 1 Gla- ABY CHICKS best grade laying and broiler type. Hope Feed Company. Phone 7-2547. Mr. 24-lmol NICE- big South bedroom, inner spring mattress, private entrance. 303 corner South Pine Phone 7-2115. -. 14-B FOUR room house, 4 acres in Emmet. (Rent $15 month. United : Farm Agency. Phone 7-5883. : , ; i9-3t URRY'S ite Control Co. BONDED « | l For Free Inspection- call ,.D. Middlebrooki Jr. ~ >,,or 7-3791 FOUR room house and bath. Natural,, gas. ''Garden, .'pasture for cow on Experiment Road. Phone •.-7-2259,. tNewt Pentecost.'. • 19-3t TWO bedroom furnished apartment ,t.on East Second -St. ''/Close • in. ../Phone 7-3329. , •' 19.31 FOUR room house, : hardwopd ; floors, Venetian blinds, Phone 7- ,.j:4426.i:., '*•-.?;. • .,' •..,.: • ; .":20-6t LARGE- 5 .room house. ''Electricity, ••-gas,- deep well water, near'cor- porate limits. Phone 7-2243. 20-6t UNFU'RISHED three room apartment, private bath and entrance. Mr. J. I. Bowden. 321 North Hamilton, phone 7-2604. ..-, 20-3t TAILOR MADE :NO>WWV : froW Scat Covers H v$2lOD v . ..^For Mosf Cars litjjc Seat Covers 132.50 • , For Most Cars i <- IfC!?* 0 " 6 ^ for any make >:,^or.-or truck, also cut ;. ,*f£r table tops. "-tMS»*«* ^jOPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK TWO newly decorated .bedrooms, convenient to bath call 7-3277 or See 003 W. 3r.d. St ' " ' Real Effete for Sale WE SELL —' We Buy — We Rent Real Estate. Franklin Company, ' 106 South Main. 5-1 Mo. dioli — separate colors. Seed Store. Mont's ,14-6t 100 CHOICE clumps of double hollyhocks. Priced to sell. Also canna roots. Arthur Gray, Ozan ' 14-6t SIX bedroom, two story house with 2% baths. Ideal for rooming house, two blocks from town'. Priced right. 521 South Main. W. H.; Fincher, phone 7-2209. 14-61 ONE OF Hone's most beautiful homes. Located in the McDowell addition, on 2/3 of an acre. Large number of big shade trees. Level lawn with St. Augustine grass. This home has three large bedrooms, wall to wall carpet in living room, and hall. Also Rubber tile and hardwopd Jloo 2 'baths (1%). Double garage. 2 years old. Shown by appointment only. Phone Pr. 7-4697. 15-6t 1500 large Bois D' Arc post, fresh cut, priced right. Hunt's Store, 6 miles South on Spring Hill ^... , .j8-3t 5OOD* Jersey milch cow with naif. Inquire at Hunt's Store 6 miles South on Spring Hill Road. J8-3t USED Delux Refrigerator. $50. See Mrs. Jack Simpson, G07 North Elm. 20-3t $750.00 DOWN will buy this nearly new home. Located on shady corner lot. Attic fan, floor fur- nape, builj; In garage, -only two blocks business district. This is an exceptional offer. LIEBL'ONG REALTY CO. Phone 7-2228 20-3t We Are Dealers of Dura Craft Aluminum Boats Mhoon'f Jewelry Store ! V Hope Star '•»»•• im" TAKE HOME HICKORY SMOKED BAR - B - Q HURT'S Rear of A&P Store FOUR room farm house 2 miles of town. Phone 7-2243, 20-6t 1 GASOLINE .lawn mower, one Maytag washing machine, 1 8" Sears Roebuck table Saw. one Rubbers tired wheelbarrow, one cub Farmall Tractor with cultivation and disk breaker, 5 miles west of Hope north of weight station 100 yards. See Jonah Terry. • , 20-3t Awnings Canvas Awnings and metal awnings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. COOPER^BLANKENSHIP ' Formerly Riley Cooper 1615 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. ' April 14-1 Mo. Notice INCOME TAX SERVICE. Competent and reasonable. J. W.-Strick« land. 18-tf United Press S-portt Writer- Rookies Don Zimmer and Ed Roebuck their weight in Brooklyn's early "pennant push today as the rampant Dodgers sought a ninth straight victory which would equal they major league record for a fast getaway. .Zlmmer, fill- mg in for the ailing • Pee^ee Reese, blasted a two-run homer which produced, the winning, margin last night 'while .Roebuck, Cd 24-year-old right-hand' er,'' .rcarn'e through with a fine relief,.performance for the second straight game in the Dodgers' 7-6 win'over the Philadelphia Phillies/ •'••'•• ,' The victory ran Brooklyn's winning streak to eight games —one short of the record for a 'season's opening shared by the 1918 Ne'w York Giants, !1940 Dodgers and 1944 St. Louis Browns. Brooklyn's sizzling ppneing'pace has shaken Alstons sluggers' loose from every other team 'In the circuit except the pennant-minded Milwaukee Braves, who squeezed out a 32 win. over . the Chicago Cubs yesterday. The Braves, combining sound pitching with a dangerous attack, have won five of their seven cames to stay within 2% games-o fine Dodgers;.No-other team in the circuit' ! is : 'more than one game over $50d and'the world champion Giants trial the Dodgers V 5'/ 2 games. - . . : . Right h a n d e r Qene Conley struck out seven batters to gain his first win of the yeSr.'for Milwaukee when Bob Rush 'cracked In the eighth inning''andvforced in the winning run with four walks, Hank Aaron, who has hit safely-.in all the Braves'• gaines, tripled, home:.a run apd - scored on Bobby^Thomson's^single to give Conley /a 2-0 first-inning lead. The Cubs battled back with single runs in the fifth, and eighth innigs only to suffer, their third straight loss. They had opened the season with four wins in five game's. The St; Louis Cardinajs beat the Cincinnati Redlegs, 6-5, on Bill Sarni's bases-filled single' jn the llth inning in, the only other Na tional League game; In the Amer ican League, the Kansas -City Athletics rallied for .five;.runs in the ninth inning to beat the: Cleveland Indians, 8-7. : '•; . Bill Wilson's single with the bases filled and two put cjimxed the Athletics' rally'which snapped a five ; game 'losing 1 ', streak. Two iiomers by Al Rosen ^arid one b'y Ralph kiner .gave'.rOokie Herb Score a .7-3 lead in, the ninth but he faltered ad the'Athletics went on to'win against. Mike Garcia. Lookouts Still Depending on Their Hurlers Three Rookies Seem to Be the Brightest By JOE REICHLER VORK>• tJ „, „ -' Rookie out fielder Glen Gorbous of Cincinnati, pitcher Larry Jackson and infielder Ken Boyer of St. Louis and :atcher Hal Smith of Baltimore have shone the brightest among he 83 newcomers to the major eague baseball scene during the irst week of the season. Others who have been imprss- ilve include outfielder Bill . Vir!on, Cardinals; Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh; Stan Palys, Philadel- ahia; infielder Gus .Triandos, Bal- imore, catcher Hank Foiles and litcher Herb Score, Cleveland. Only the New York Giants and Chicago White Sox have not as et Introduced any new faces. Gorbous, a 24-year-old flychas- r, who makes his home in A^ber- a., Canada, has been the surprise of the infant season. He has collected six hits in 10 times at bat, banging three doubles and driving in three runs. " Boyer, spring nomination for NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn Milwaukee Philadelphia St. Louis 3hicago W L Pet gb York Cincinnati Pittsburgh 8 0 1.000 2 .714 .571 .571 .500 .286 .250 .000 Yesterdays Results Brooklyn 7, Philadelphia 0 Milwaukee 3, Chicago 2 St. Louis C, Cincinnati 5 Pittsburgh at New York ain) - fppd. Today's Games rookie of the year honors, has Atlanta Jived up to his advance billing so/Birmingham far. The ^-year-old third basc-1 Mobile tYI Or* Vllt 4 iW/V n n#nl*> !—. — - 1- • r . , • *-,t '••,:. New York at Pittsburgh (night) Philadelphia at Brooklyn (night) St. Louis at Cincinnati (night) Milwaukee at Chicago SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Top School Athletes Going to U of A FAYETTEVILLE UP> — Four outstanding Arkansas high school football players have announced that they plan to enroll at the University of Arkansas next fall. They are backs Darryl Herbert of Li'lip Rook, Bob.)' Bates anr'. Lamar Drummonds of El Dorado, and guard Barry Switzer of Crossett. Herbert, a 5-10, 185-pounder, was selected on the nil-Southern and all-Big 7 teams at fullback for the champion Little Rock Tigers. Bates, 5-11, 175, has been on the Big 7 and Southern honor teams the past two years. He was the Big 7's leading scorer for three (straight seasons, Drummonds who actually lives at Luoan, 14 miles north of El Dorado, earned three letters in football, three in basketball - and one each in track and baseball. He is 5-11 and weighs 184. Switzer was a Class B all-stater for Crossett last year and was regarded as one f the state's best in any class. He's C-l and' weighs 195. Teachers Beat Ozarkll-0 \ 1 Memphis New Orleans man, hitting safely in each of the Cards'- first six- games, ..owns ; a .281 avqrage ,on .nine hits' in times at bat. He has -driven •/ in seven 'runs with a- pair: of. doubles, a triple and home run. In the field he has handled 15 chances Without an error. Smith has caught ^hree of Baltimore's first games and has cracked four singles in 10 time at bat. Triandos, who alternates at first base, for the Orioles with Eddie Waitkus, has five hits in 16 at bats .for a .31 average.. Clemente, a 20-year-old Puerto Rican, is hitting ,417 with five in 12 including a home run. Virdon, who forced the Stan Musial switch to first base with his fine all- around play in center field, was batting .400 (6 of 15) before he Chattanooga " Nashville'•'- ; Little Rock, W L 6 3 5 3 C 4 5 4. 4 4 5-6 46: ,667 .625 .600 .556 .500 ;«5 . .400 GB 2 7 ..222 '/2 I/, 1 1 2 •2V, 4 ' : Yeste'r.dsy'.s. 'Results " New, Orleans 14, Little Rock 6 Atlanta 11, Nashville 6 Chattanooga-' 3, Birmingham' 2 Memphis' .11', Mobile 5 . Little (night) Nashville at 'Chattanooga (night) Today's Games . Rock , at New Orleans Atlanta, night at Birmingham, Memphis at Mobile, (night Boston American League W L Pet. GB New York was sidelined with sore throat.{Cleveland Foiles, bespectacled catcher up Chicago from Indianapolis,' has three hit's, | Detroit bats 1 """ 8 two doubles> « e 'ght. a',Washington. Among the pitchers, score, has Baltimore 1 ^ impressed despite his knockout by Kansas City yesterday. .The' '21- year-old southpaw, leading candidate for American League honors, has made two starts and won' one. Jackson,, .a, 24.-year-old 'right- hander from Boise, Idaho, hurled an impressive four-hitter "in" vanquishing the' Ciibs 14-1 in the second game'of last Sunday's dqu- bleheader.' • "' "" 5 4 5 3 3 • 2 2 06 .383 .667 .625 .600 .500 .500 .288 .000 1 1 IV. 2 2 Yesterday's Results Kansas City 8, Cleveland 7 Washington at Boston • ppd. only games scheduled . Today's.- Games '•• • ' Baltimore" af,New,: York . Boston at Washington (night) .. Chicago'.at^ Detroit . .only fa,mes ^cheduled' CONWAY (tfl — Charlie Morgan hit three for five to lead Arkansas State Teachers College to an \\-Of victory over The College of the Ozarks in an Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference baseball gams here yesterday. Hull New Coach at Clarksville CLARKSVILLE, Ark., (IP) — Bill Hull a graduate of Clarksville High School and The College oj^ the Ozarks, has been named headP*- coach at Clarksville High School. He replaces Lonnie Hargrave, who resigned to become head coach at Artesia, N. M., Junior High school. A FIRM BELlEVEf? THAT THE HUSBAND SHOULD BE THE BOSS AROUND THE HOUSE HOP! if Aft. * ft P.I, A Aft AMI A* If Ouachita Field Meet Set This Weekend ARKADELPHIA (UP) — The two-division Ouachita Invitational Track and Field meet will be held* !n<'-"'ay for the third year, \ iMusical Matters ACROSS toowx Fights Last Night By The Associated Press .Salt Lake City—Rex Layric, 208, Salt Lake City, slopped .' Willy Jackson, 180, Alberta, 2. : •-'•;'.,' ", Miami Beach, Fla., —'Joe.LLlnd- say, 186'/ 2 , Brooklyn, '•• outpointe.d Bob Sutterfield, 181, Chicago, . 10; Chicago — Dick Caff,. -140VS; Chicago oulponited ' Frank Smith, 145, Chicago, 8. .".ANGRY MAN BATON ROUGE, La., (UP)—Al- Jert aylor, caddy master .at the Baton Rouge Country : Club, was charged yesterday with Breaking a six iron over a caddy's head. By The Associated Press TEXAS LEAGUE Beaumont 4; Houston 2 Dallas 4; Oklahoma,'City 3 Fort Worth 7; Tulsa 2 - iShreveport 13; San Antonio, 3 here So* with . ...gh school teams competing. Double and Triple A high schools will make up one division with A and B squads competing in the other. The first flight will consist of North .Little Rock,.nd Little Rock • Centrl High, , Malvern and Behton. 'Nineteen teams in .the other •flight are. Monticello, Magnet Cove Catholic' High Gabot, Paris, Fore/*- rrian, Watson Chapel, Lonoke Mena, Ashdown, Bryant, Stuttgart . Star" Ciyt Bearden Lake Village, Stamps, Norphlet, Greenbrier .and Arkansas Deaf School. Ten trophies will be awarded to the four relay teams and the over, all division winner in points. LET US DO YOUR WASH! PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Valentine Washereria 800 West 3rd LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect your eyesight and enhance the beauty of your home with correct lighting fixtures. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 1143. Elm Phone 7-2629 1 Group of I Baronet (ab.) musicians 2 Toward the ,„ 5 Instrumental sheltered side score 3 Song title 9 Violin's ,; 4 Divine being partner • 5 Dance step 12 Wings 6 Gets up 13 Operatic solo 7 Tumult , }lv . ' 8 Egyptian city 26 Music writers 45 Those Opposed ' 5 Forgiveness 9 English resort 28 Gives forth 46 Window glass ' j'Colf mound lOMokling 30 Cfan 47Particle 18 Chewing : i Noxious plant 31 Advantages 48 Bring up i o ^ quipmcnt 16 Forms . .33 Round plates 50 Ocean 19 Pompous 20 Smallest 35 Not noticed movement . 21 Where they 22 Misplaces 40 "The . 51 Level ; S , 1 ^,? boUl 24 Indian weights Parade" 52 Peruse WhifTenpoofs 25 Region '43 Concise 55 Worm 23 Observe ,24 Pouch 27 Posture 29 Jason's ship 32 Eats away 34 Disordered 36 Surrender -V-.37 Mean 38Enerva'tes 39 Places , 41 Donkey 42 Month (ab.') . 44 Bewildered 46 Those who • don't bid /-.;49Come in ! ._"53 Consumed 54 Tenacious "lam a • Desk Fans • Westln'ghouse Alrcondltloner . • Window Fans • Attic Fans Johnson & Rettig Electric Co, 319 W. 2nd Ph, 7-21&6 MOVING? Long Distance Moving. AU Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer & Storage Inc. Prescott Ark, -Free Estimate. . 4-1 Mo. Hop*, Art j» Msrch I, *"•»•» (n Hope 'anf n»!flhboring IWnf-w w«""—>».... ................ ,Jj '3-05 H. «• Luck Highway f7 LUCK'S US|D FUftNITURi CO. Kdpt of City tlmlto Wait W Gallon Water Barrfla for Ula Phont 7-43<1 Hof a, Ark. MATTRESS renovation and Inner- apring work Cobb UattreM Co. . 310 South Wajhlngton. Pbona »-2«23. Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Cua- tom alau«hterln«. Phone 7-3391. 10-1 Mo. For All Mokes and Refrigeration Service APPLIANCE REPAIR S10 £. 3r«J 7-2809 BEE-T-MITE Ttrmitf Control Servlc* Qwnt i I Oper«t«d ^ il IV /*D I/*/•* lUT GRIGG . *•. f^m*ft^^ __•• ' iim i FOR, water well lervice, any ilze or depth, ice or write O. T. Clark, Cale, Ark. l»-tf CONVALESCENT AND Nursing Hospital, Reasonable monthly rates. Quiet Neighborhood. Catering to Aged and Convalescent Patients. For information contact Ouachita County Hospital, Cam• den, Arkansas. Phone Temple 8• 9325. April H M9, WATER WELL Drilling'any depth or size, 0. T. Clark and Son C. R. Clark, Cale, Ark., 203 East Ave. B. Hope, Ark. , April J8-1 Mo. By VERNON BUTLER Of The Associated Pres« Tha;t lineup loaded with left- handers which. Birmingham used so effectively against Atlanta last week hasn't bothered the orthodox throwers of Chattanooga's suoDosedly weak pitching staff. The lookouts sent sighthanded fast-bailer Hal Griggs against the Barons last night and the Sally League graduate chilled eight southpaw swingers with a four- hitter, v .,..'The two winning runs in the 3.3 victory came in the seventh when Jim Post, second Birmingham pitcher, uncorked a wild pitch and Griggs scored, then yielded a sacrifice fly to pinch-hitter Tom Wright which pleted Al Stringer. It was Birmingham's second straight loss to a righthander. Spu Murray, ex-Baron, stopped them the night before. The two consecutive defeats dropped Birmingham from the league lead into fourth place. Memphis took the top rung of ihe standings by scoring 10 runs in the fij-gt three innings to rout Mobile 11-5. Atlanta slugged Nashville 11-6, and New Orleans went alonff with the notion that thi Southern Association is a hitter 1 !} paradise by bashing cellar-dwelling Little Hock 14-6. "To. best serve the people otthlt community , i I maintain a stock of carefully selected merchandise. To be able to recommend the best product for every need, it is part of my training to know the stand*rd$ of quality and measures that have been established by science and experience. When I order goods my selection is based on the known merits of these widely recognized standards. "Then I advertise to give people the news of my store. Because I know that nearly everybody reads a newspaper / use newspaper advertising regularly. When people pay for newspapers they read them carefully for all of the news that •?>'' interesting to them. When my ads are newsy and contain useful information I know that people will read them because they are news," - - Another fact that merchant* like «bout newspaper p.dvqrtising is that they can buy it «n the basis of known values that are just as definite as the Pleasures of weight and quality that apply to merchandise which they handle. Businessmen cannot afford to speculate with Advertising, When they buy newspaper space, they can make their investments on the strength of circulation facts and figures that are ' verified. It w good business practice to buy advertising by iueh methods just as it is good business to buy and •ell merchandise on the basi* •f known standards. This helpful information is " i from repQrte issued by the Audit Burwu of Circulation*, a cooperative, nonprofit association of more than 3,575 publishers, advertisers and advertising agencies. At regular intervals the A.B.C., of, which this newspaper is a 'lember, sends an experienced Circulation auditor to make a thorough inspection and audit of our circulation records. The FACTS established by his audit are published in an A.B.C. report which tells you: How much circulation we have; where it goes; how obtained; how & people pay for pur paper; and many other FACTS that you need m order t« KNOW what you et for yp«r money, Business For Leoie ONE SWE)H SERVICE StaUon, 3rd and. Laure,}. Rea&onatyy priced. Sea 8, U JWijrphy for 4et«««. H* SMU Golfers „_ Roiorbock Tcom DALLA 0« — The University of Arkansas golf team was blsnke(J by Southern Methodist in a meit here yesterday. SMU golfers swept Ifgur singles and two four-ball matches. The victory gave Southern Meto-> odist the Southwest conferenot *oW lead. Floyd Addlngton, SMU'a K8,.tt' *!**«' , 72 *? r «* * e ?t t copy of ouf |ott>)lXJ-C til fi*a|w*4 •^^SW-'^KTaK^ ?^fi rr ,., ^, v ^ mr . PERSONALLY I RULE MOUSE WltH AN IR6N HAND COME, DEAR. REMEM BER VOU PROMISEDTO WASH THE DlSWE^ P6R ME toOAV FOUR A WNlNQCf OUT OUR WAY By J. k. William* §y MJcliatl 0'M.U.y POESM'T It? 1 ASEAN LtTlt US T<5 ALL W " Answer to Previous Puzzle { i^sil'/Muc'tfoPj/ 'leSibR* Lessee VOUAR6UWP " "" _ THE THIM& FOR FEAft VVfe'LL OWE IT TOO MUCH.' '5 00PV... VOUR RUNJ-IS) WltH Hid ^"7^- -^ ^ : ^^^£'^^m . • '••••- ,y.:;•.;•;•'-V - :?'-;•: .. ^:. ;. ;*'f^4; f V-; ;,*v.'•»dfplllli^fj|inli^|| WASH TUBBS J<ElPM<IN'^rAM'.VplJ..LULpBEI.Lfe..; WE OCCTeft REIkCH . ROLLERS AHENP OP IT I WE'LL 600M KN9WIF POMTOONft I* 60NN^ FLOW woviue rue HEM>T9WARR THBCOftftT ITOUT:iOW6Hlf?.l BOARDiING HOUSt %YOU'KE LIKE •M gAYlMS APOUMD A ^ 10& . H£H/; —JUST JOT THIS lM : MMQK AM05 HOOPLE HA$ A RIO A BOWLER'S THOMS ^iNice AIE-. tOOTS AND HER BUpDIES ; 56 Correlative of neither THAM-lVtHE i 57 Says (Scot.) 58 Notion , CADMIVAL •v Dfalr Tun** BUGS BUNNY : r^ : ; ,1* ^:>:ss«v^iajpps|*iM : ^^f^^yr^^Si^^fel 4V Herihbeigni ALLEY OOP ' '*W>!Ti?*,' ^ mi CINE WAY OR AN- y ATS RIGHT:., ..._.,. ,,...-jS>iOTHER/HE'S MASTEREP /HE'CANpUT- . A \y0Nt>ERFUL V PRACTICALLY EVERY.PHV$-[ FLY TH'.BIRPS L DEfA'AT Al I r*\-'-/ I^Al *•• 11 urtt i-^r* ^m- m im> I <-v_. .—. ,_^..^' , BEAST AU >>vOi. ATTRIBUTE OF THE 1 OR OUT5VWM OUTBURROWS /THE WOF \Vof JHti^CW, .ANIMAL KINSDOM/ i^v A FISH; 5W1NGIWG BY T. M. R«,. u. S. P« Off. °pr. 1955byNEAStrvic., Ine. ''Y'knojiv, it's programs like this that are gonna drive ut f| id b " kids back.to our homework! SIDE GLANCES By GolbroM "I'll giVe you fair warning before I sign this loan contract r—my s^'s^lued tp my back! 1 ' SWEFTIFPII r " ay INadin* Selr«, ^^Mm PROTECTION NONSENSE, PRISCltUAl VOUIWR J? HOUSE? BUT, MOM! WE SWOULD REALLY HAVE A HORS& FOR PROTBC7ION WAYNI R SHE'S THRPTIMM! TO I Wf'll fl two Ypur dog i* picking on sjij*M '•"«. ^^'?*ty*WgW?>>><^^^nf?''* f ^^!'' : :$&^

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