Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 21, 1955 · Page 12
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*»• MO PI 11 A ft , If 0 P I, A ft R A N S A S Thursday, April 11, re Sthool Burns r Warren ,, , , Ivas destroyed by fire mated -Hie loss -at -$23.00. He said he thought the blaze was caused by defective wiring. the two-story, frame building '* tt'as empty "when fire swept it be,fore dawn The roof was falling In Su1>t Pcrrjr Herring esti- INEftAt REPAIR when firemen arrived. The structure, called the Old Bradley County Training School, was built as a Negro college some 50 years ago. It has been an ele- --_i* your telephone :|S-THUCKS- IKAcrofts M, 7-4314 ': Owrtei 1 and Operator ft Piek-Up and Deliver' PRESCOTT NEWS rrientary school since about 1935. School children will be cared *'">. "* for in various Warren churches nosless until the end of the term. Victory ,H. D. Club Has ApMI meeting * < '• The Victory Home Demonstration Club met Friday at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. J. W. Gri- Mrs. Richard Bright and Mrs. Paul i Shackleford. School officials had planned to abandon the school next fall when a new elementry school for Ne- gro'es will be completed. In boom years befbie Woild War II, U. S. spending for personal con- Sumption was often 70 per cqnt of [gross nlionnl product, but it was 63 and 65 per cent in 1953 and 1954 respectively,. says the Natoinal Industrial Conferenc Board. hies. Mrs. Kenneth Reeves was co- Mrs. L. C. Gatlin presented the $5,000 - $25,000 MEN WANTED! The First.Pyramid Life Insurance Company is rapidly-expanding! Our men ore -earning the ".above* figtfres. They were formerly lawyers, merchants, coaches and 'salesmen'. We train, ^finance and supervise yoct. Cell or write-Herbert L. Thomas, Jr., Little Rock, FRanklm 2-5259, Pyramid Life Building, Little Rock, Arkansas. s 1 t & I «»m In effective termite control. If termites are !•*•;*• answer-There 1 * no'charge for Ml off bur long oxperience now. * ARKADELPHIA TERMITE CO. f ;:. *: 1 *?* Main Street Phone 1057 * AfcKADELPHIA ARKANSAS devotional. Mrs. Bill Bolton, president, had charge of the business. Mrs. Johnny Hooks, secretary and treasurer, read the minutes of the last meet- Ing and gave the treasurers report. The club voted to have a tea Friday before Mother's Day for the pleasure o£ the elderly ladies of the town at the home of Mrs. F. J. White with Mrs .Thell Banning co-hostess. It was also voted to give $10 to the swimming pool fund. An interesting demonstration on "Short Cuts in Sewing" was given by Mrs. Roy Duke. Mrs. A. R. Underwood was welcomed as a new member. The hostesses served a delectable salad plate with cold drinks to 21 members and 3 guests. Janet Bright Honored Janet Bright was honoree at a party given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dutchie Bright, at their home on Saturday afternoon to celebrate her seventh birthday. Various games were played on the lawn and the prize was won by Mary Jane Erskine. The pink birthday cake topped with pink candles in cherry holders was served with ice cream from the lawn table to guests Larry Jameson, Mary Jane Erskine, Vickie Avery, James Wylie Duke, JBill Gates, Glenda Martindale, Sharon and Brenda DeWoody, Linda and Randy O'Steen of Hope, Gary Stewart, .Sammy Scott, Sarah Margaret Purtle, Phoebe Johnson, Emily Dates, Glenda Roe, Caroline Haltom, Glenn Willis and Freddie Moseley. Favors were yo-yos and jacks and balls. Mrs. Bright was assisted toy TOP VALUES AT PRICES YOU CANT AFFORD TO PASS UP ASSORTED +vm ' ' 0 LIMIT 3 TO A CUSTOMER " ~ Box FOLGERS and MAXWELL HOUSE 5c COFFEE Lb. Con RICECANtJ/ l ' «. , RICE • * - / $«, +> » 25c -"LUCKY STRIKE LIGHT MEAT TUNA FISH 19c Can " BORDENS ICECREAM The April meeting of the Pres- ,cott Parent Teachers Association jwas held April 14, 7:30 p. m. at I the Park School. Mrs. J. R. Bemis presided and the Devotional "Be Thou An Example" based on 1 Timothy 12:4 was given by Mrs. L. L. Buchanan. Mrs. J. T. Worthington read the minutes of the last meeting and the Treasurer's report was given by Mrs O. W. Walkins. Mrs. Frank Haltom, Jr., rend the State President's message. •Mr. H. H. McKenzie reported on the mass meeting held March 17 at the Court House and read a resolution that was adopted at this meeting. Mrs. Bemis read an article appearing in the local papers complimenting Prescott Schools and parents present rose in appreciation of the teachers. _ Mrs. Wayne Eley reported on activities of the room mothers and thank you notes from the 6th grades expressing appreciation for the lovely decoration of the lunch room at Easter. ' : Delegates to the State P. T.'A. Convention in Little:Rock April 2627 will be: President,: 1st. Vice- presidpnt, Health'Chairman, Parent Education Chairman,' and any others who can attend. The program "What Am I Going To Be?" was presented in a most interesting manner by Miss Frances Thrasher. High School students participating . were: Gene Hale, Jr., Merilyn Lee,' Fern McLelland, Nina Hilam, Herbert Bennett, and Dean Elmore. A group of exchange students now attending the University of Arkansas were introduced. Winners in the room count were: Primary, Mrs. M. McLelland, Park, Mrs. Lela Hayes; Jr.-High Mrs. Frank Haltom, Jr.; Seniors in High School. George Burns Coming Into His Own Now By CYNTHIA LOW.RY For Wayne Oliver HOLLYWOOD W — After more than a quarter-century as pin-boy for his wife, George Burns has finally found a chance to do some bowling on his own. Through the years, Burns of Burns and Allen has built a reputation in vaudeville, radio and motion pictures as the greatest "straight man" in the comedy business. But so far as the public was concerned he was merely the nan who set up situation and lines for Gracie to scatter like nine pins. Now, with television, George is doming into his own as a funnyman. In the weekly show he does a couple of turns as a sort of Greek chorus, addressing the audience directly, explaining what's going on and throwing in a few Solo jokes. "The monologue makes partners e^f the audience,' (he explained Pints CAMP'FIRE PORK & BEANS ', t SNOWDRIFT Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harris, Debra. and Brenda, Mrs. Paul Lambert, Miss Anna Jo Lambert, and Mrs. James Lambert were guests Sunday of, Mr. ar\d Mrs. 'William Earl Elmore in Little Rock. • „ Friends of Mrs. Neal White will be pleased to know, her'condition has improved after an illness'of several weeks.. Mr. and Mrs. Art. Nelson of Arkadelphia spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mra .A. P! Jones. Coke^ Mixes Betty .Crocker & Pillsbury I ^ *Yellow, White, , -^"Chocolate & Spice I O QO- I Ott po^es J7OC SUGAR POWDERED and BROWN 2 1 Lb. -O C Boxes Zrt/C MILK PET .and CARNATION Large Cans 49c Mr. and Mrs.-Harold Rix and children of Arkadelphia .were weekend giiestSi of Mrs. Clee Mines. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yancey and Carla of Longview, Texas 'were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Yancey' and Miss Louise Ingram. ' Huey Garner.has returned to El Dorado after a weekend visit with his mother, Mrs. Roy Garner, Salad essing . CREMO ~" K3fc FROZEN FOODS Honor Brand Strawberries In Heavy Syrup ,10 Oz. Box 27c Honor Brand Orange Juice 4 - 6 Oz Cans 45c Gold Medal FLOUR With Coupon 5Lbs. lOLbs. Conrad White of Osceols was the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jewell White. . Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Durham had as their guests Sunday Mr., and Mrs. Horace Thornton of El Dorado. Mrs. Matt Hitt has returned ta Little Rock after several.days visit with Dr.. and Mrs.. O. G. Hirst and other relatives.' .'.-.. PRODUCE DEPARTMENT IRISH GREEN CABBAGE - ' f ' Lb. 5c : IWifT YELLOW ONIONS I H ?T*I 5 ICEBERG CALIFORNIA LETTUCE Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Shell and Mrs. Gordon D'anner were Sunday visitors in El Dorado, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reftig and children, formerly of Huntsville, Ala., have been the weekend guests of his parents, Mr, and Mrs, A. M. Rettig. They were enrout'e to Barksdale Air Force Base at Shreveport, La., where Mr. Rettig will receive instruction for his new duties at the Little Rock Air Force Base. Lb. 12c FRESH Mr. and Mrs. Jada McGuire and Patti Nell of Little Rock were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McGuire and other relatives. Tomatoes 2 efn \y> ^ MEAT DEPARTMENT Vf BISCUITS for 29c 100% FUR! GROUND ^ii/i ^ J^V IW* 2 TALL KQRN BACON T-Bone & RIB STEAKS 49db. PARKAY OLEO 2 Ite. 55c Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hambright motored to Beaumont, Texas for a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hambright. Mrs. Ham'bri ght remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewis have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jones of Texarkana. CHUCK SUPER MARKET DIAL Court Payments Are Okayed by Gentry LITTLE ROCK (*)' — Atty.'Gen Tom Gentry held today that a 1955 act authorizing circuit judges and chancellors to pay necessary court expenses does not violate the constitution. An opinion written by Asst .Atty. Gen. James L. Sloan, cited constitutional amendment 37 which limits salary and expenses of a circuit judge or chancellor to a maximum of $7,200 a year. Sloan said however that the questioned 1955 act — No. 1*2 — does net conflict since it relates tc expenses "which are necessarily incurred in the administration <>| justice , , and does not purport to regulate the persona} expenses of the Judge or chsncejlqr." The opinion went to Circuit! Judge Woody Warren of Wwrison who n»4 a§ked y jh.e «ew .Jaw is earnestly and almost apologetical ly for stepping out of his timo- tested role of longsuffering bus band. •Burns' works seven days a week 40 weeks a year,- turning out TV shows. There's' no phase of the program, except' possibly the sponsors commercials, which doesn't bear the strong imprint of his veteran kills. A thorough-going extroverl Burns obviously is as stage-struck today as he was more than i: yeafs'ago when he teamed up will the San . Francisco girl namci Gracie Allen. •Watching the show, you'd thin' Gracie was the extrovert. But of camera, shes shy and retiring George, on the other hand, is an uncomplicated comic who goes on with a routine even when the an dience is • only a stranger with whom he's having lunch. "I've been working on a bool. all winter,' he said at the conclu sion of one comedy monologue. "] don't know why I wrote a book except that Hope .wrote one and Crosby wrote one and I dldn'i want to feel left out of things.' Burns at rehearsal is anothei fellow entirely. He's serious and watches every detail. The ANNOUNCING... I want to announce.to.my'''friends that. I have leased Essofs newest:and largest service station locafecl-at ' : Third and Pine Streets SEXTON s ESSO SERVICE CENTER We invite you to pay us a visit soon Clyde Sexton James Miller Howell Bailey "Artie" Martin Phone 7-451 IB Tor pick-up and delivery plus the,best service in town REAVES USED FURNITURE STORE 205 S. WALNUT in Florsheim Lotopt' Smart match for your Spring wardrobe,.. Free Sewing Course with the purchase of new Singer Sewing Machine. SINGtR SEWING CINTtR 108 South Elm Phone 7-5840 TUBELESS TIRES at popular pfices » WHEEL BALANGINQ while you wait OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. 17.95 FLORSHEIM FOR..., BULLDOZER WORK Land Clearing — Dirt Movlnt •nd Pond Digging. Call / TOM DUCKETT 717 W. 6th St. Phone 7-J7M MATTRESSES •Ukalltor Made Into lnn«f*»rla| Work Guaranteed —« Ona Day Servlea MM DAVIS P«mltur* & MortrMi C«. 1101. Elm ttreat Phone 7-tt1l C LOTOPS ••• • • - More an<1 more men are wearing Florsheiffl .Cliiircoal Brown because it's the number obe "go-witli" color .to complement the swing to dark in men's aj>i>arcl. Perfect 'for the man who wants the latest as well as the finest. HERBEKf 'BURNS CROWN WESTERN SHARES •f Diversified Income Fun* a>rp*pectui available from M.S. BATES AGENT Ark. Phone 7-44M an"itch to switch the pitch CURRY'S Termite Control Co. • BONPEC) • INSURED •GUARANTEED For Free-Inspection .'• ' A. D. Middlebrook* Jr. Phones 7-2822 or 7-379 1 C W ANT to do what a pilot does when he clears for take-off? Want to feel the pulse-quickening thrill that conies of giving the gun to a high-powered automobile with the world's first airplane* inspired transmission?;> ' , Want to try Buick'sVarJableVPitch Dynaflow* —the spectacular new wonder drive that's the talk of car maker s^nd car-buyers alike-and the drive that's sending Buick sales soaring to new record-breaking highs ? Well, sir-be pur test •'pilot guest at the wheel of a '55 Buick and let today's Dynaflow do the honors. When you press the pedal at you normally would, you move ahead if! velvety smoothness, getting plenty of miles from each gallon of gas ... Because twenty propeller- like blades inside the Dynaflow unit, spinning in oil, have an angle of "pitch" for top tconomy-likt the modern $2515 local D«ffV«r4Mf Pr/c« of th* 1955 Oulck SPECIAL I-Door, i-Poiif no*r S*4en< Mfdti 41 (illu>tr«t«d) if Optional «qulpm«nt, gcctssorlti, ilai» and local lax«i. If an/, •ddlllonol. Pricti may vary slightly In ad|al|<lng comniwilti.i. Ix»n ih» l«ctorv-lniial(<d «xtiai van may want «r« t>g<o»lm, luch ai; Htalir & Defr = iur-$»l7»; Radio 1 Anl»nnq-Jfl,H. 's propellers when cruising in the air. But comes the need for emergency acceleration, and —like a pilot does for quick take-off and climb — you' switch the pitch of those Dynaflow propellers for action, just by press* ing the pedal all the way down. Instantly, you get full-power response for split* second getaway, or for a sudden safety-surge to get out of a tight spot on the highway. It's a response thrilling beyond all previous experience — because there's never been anything like it before in any car. And we'd like you to try it- along with the Walloping new V8 power, (he cruiser-steady ride, the fine handling ease, and the true big- car roominess that are all part and parcel of every Buick. Can you come in today-this week, for lure— and test pilot the hottest Buick yet built P *Dynaflow Drive is standard o» Rutdmtfttr, optional 0 txtra cost on other Series. Thrill oft/to yottr TAILOR MADE SEAT COVERS NOW... Straw Seat Covers J $23,00 For Most Cars Plastic Scot Covers $32.50 For Most Cars (3LASS Installed for any make car or truck; 'also cut for table tops; Glass & Salvage Co. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Hope Star Itor of Hep* lift; C»niolldot«d Januory | f ] 7 1t2t Publithert every weekday ofternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C> ., t ' ' ,"» Th» Star lulldln* 117.14 South Walnut Itrfft Hop*, Arkaniai . H. W«ihburn, Hllor t >ukl(iliff H. Jon.,, Managhif Idltor wu' W. Hoimtf, A4*clj, lupt. -.*»»»'•<• MMeW «l«MW«t»ff «t S^t W.TJST*. **="» Circulation! Sulwcrlption Rglps (payqbl* In ad_ . »qnc«)t ly carrier In Hon« and v AUIOMOa4M 4V WHI NMtt WIU IVU» tHIM ........... ...... ............. „ ........ 29 '. ......... .... ......... .....,1.. 13.00 ..'" H«mii«t«oiJ. Nevada, Howord ' qnd 'Millar On f month .......... „.. is On* month .., „..........,.„ i in Thr^ month* ...., w , 3 . 2 j Six monthj ....;.....,; „"". AM On» yeor *. --'- Injoy cooled, filtered «ir far Itfi HIM yw think AIHCONDITIONEH Iff* 5Si&£SiS*3SSi SID ROGERS BUICK CO, Twro|r»i ago i, )».; AO f. V7,.N..Y.; I7«| 'ciw i ; &'- ^MikJbJI tj JMI*J. if AH, MOM, CLASSIFIED Aft Mutt B« in Office day Before Publlealldfl WANT AD ftATES All Want Ads art poyob* frt advance but ods will be oetepfed Over the telephone arid accomoda' tiorl accounts allowed with the un- derstehding the account Is payoblt when statement Is "rendered. dumber Words Jp ft> 15 16 to 20 It to 25 26 to 30 J1 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 fhre* Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six On Days Man* 1.50 4.5 2>00 2.50 3.0D 9.0 3.50 10.5 4.00 12.0 4.50 13.5 5.00 15.0 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 75c per inch 3 times 60c per Inch 6 times SOc per Inch Rates quoted above are for consecutive Insertions. Irregular of sklp- . date ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until S p. rri. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise of edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups Or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors .In Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention- after FIRST Insertion of ad and then .for ONLY.the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent UNFURNISHED, .'newly decorat ed, six room house. Garage. Gar deri. 6.12 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf THREE room unfurnished apart ment, private bath, reasonable rent. .1311 West Avenue B. Phone 7-3696. 18-tf TOP'S SERVICE Hy 67 West of Hope ELECTRIC WELDING Done anywhere. Call ua.. See us for your Car, Truck, Tractor repairs. 'We are as near as your phone" DIAL 7-2767 'FOUR room house, 4 acres in Emmet. 'Rent $15 month. Unitec Farm Agency. Phone 7-5883. 19-3t FOUR room house and bath. Na tural gas. Oardien, pasture fo: cow on Experiment Road. Phone ' 7-2253, Newt Pentecost. 19-31 •TWO bedroom furnished apartment ' on East Second Phone 7-3329. St. Close 'in 19-3t FOUR room house, hardwood . floors, Venetian blinds, Phone 7 4426. 20-Ct LARGE 5 room house. Electricity, gas, deep well water, -near corporate limits. Phone 7-2243. 20-6t UNFURISH-ED three-room- apart.' ment, private bath and entrance. Mr.- J. I. Bowden. 321 North Ha.; milton, phone 7-2664. 20-3t T\VO newly •decprated bpdrooms. . convenient to bath' call'7-3277 or: .See 603 W. 3rd. St. -' ; ' •'••-.' ' 20-3t , TO-. COUPLEi nicely furnished; 2 •' room., arid, bath cottage apart- 'ineri'i.': iBills 'paid. ' 917 W. 6th phone 7-4345. . 21-3t Reel Estate for SaU WE,SEtL — We Buy — We Rent Real Estate. Franklin Company ;IQi8.South/Main..- : . .5-1 Mo $750.00 DOWN will buy this nearly new home. Located on shady corner lot. Attic fan, floor furnace,'built in garage, only twn blocks ''biisiness district. This is an exceptional offer. LTEBDONG REALTY CO. Phone 7-2228 ' '- • 20-3t The : United 'States government once pwned nearly two-thirds of the land now- in the United States. Political Announcement The Star Is authorized to ah- nounee that ihe following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor B. L. RETTtG KENNETH HAMILTON Brodklyn Milwaukee St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago New York iincinnati Pittsburgh NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet GB 9 0 1.000 6 2 .750 2'i .625 V, 6 3 4 4 4 5 2 5 2 7 0 6 .500 .444 .280 .222 .000 Funeral Director* OAKCREST Funeral Home, insurance . , . Ambulance. 2nd & Ha zel . . . Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial . Association. Prompt Ambulance Servlcq. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. 234 Mo. For Sale SAND, Gravel, topsofl. fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. April 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Danny Hamilton; 204 i East 2nd. April 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS best grade laying and broiler type. Hope Feed Company. Phone 7-2547. Mr. 24-lmo. 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 hardwood floors. 2 baths (1%). Double garage. 2 years old. Shown by appointment only. Phone Pr. 7-4697. 15-6t USED Delux Refrigerator. $50. See Mrs. Jack Simpson, Elm. , 607 North 20-3t 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 Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 3, Phildelphin 2 St. Louis 3, Cincinnti 0 Milwaukee 9, Chicago 5 New York at Pittsburgh after 3 innings, rain) (ppd Dodgers Seem to Be Going Out of Sight By MILTON filCHMAN United Press SporU Writer Those jack rabbit Brooklyn Docl-l "ers may be clear out of sight be-' fore you can say Jack Robinson Winners of nine straight games already, the Dodgers can establish a new modern major league rec nlole - ord for fast getaways by defeat ing the Phillies today .for theti Pelicans Showing Early Strength By Th* Associated Preaf • The New Orleans Pelfcails are showing 'an early aptitude for victory, that stamps them as definite Southern Association pennant contenders. f>i . ttsbur S h farhihands grab- Local Tennis Players Beat Arkadelphia Yesterday at Fair Park,' Hope was host to Its first Tennis match 1 - CHEfifbA,- for tflS to'be held Itj 4 find *Jil Wt fttt a return team IS Spd High School and the.f *taatlon A fivo u ' ns 30th victory in a row since, the bell Today's Games Philadelphia at Brooklyn New York at Pittsburgh (Only games scheduled) AMERICAN Boston Cleveland Chicago New York Detroit Washington. Kansas City Baltimore LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 5 6 .857 5 3 3 2 4 3 3 3 2 3 2 5 1 6 .625 .600 .570 .500 .400 .286 .143 rang. The Dodgers tied the record of nine in a row held jointly by the New York Giants, St. Louis Brown and themselves when they came from behind to overtake the Phillies, 3-2, last night. They looked so good in winning .that even their ultra-conservative skipper, Walt Alston, couldn't contain himself. "This is.the-first time since Ive taken over the, club that it has ever played this well in the three adelphia High team Jo smew* The flope lads showed surprising' ChehSffT f.^. .. r speed and hustle in taking ftiur burglarized for Honor, Bob Skinner, Gair.^V^ ,™™ " Mm « " *"' "*"* " Allit and Reno Debenedelti rapped I ^hh ioufsome - .ij two hits apiece to spark the Pel-'nmvV!?!? 16 * tom m « ,5 ompos *Jj **. ' 'tmSii^iim jlcan attack. Shnrp relief pitching "'• .... .?: Blu Bridgets, 'Span-' LET US by Don Urquhrl and Lcs Phillips highlighted the defense. Nashville won a 14-inning marathon from Atlanta a 9-8 Mobile* a - oe .„.,.-,, knocked Memphis out of the lead * K . ; took three of four single" sets'byi C-2 and 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 and 6-5, firtd' 2-6 and 3-6 and a doubles set 6-8 5-2 and Birmingham rallied for a 9-8 decision which snapped Chattanooga's four-game winning streak. The Hope team is making pfep'l important departments — hitting,!,., .. TT pitching and fielding," . Alston de- the olhel '- u - clared, • The usually solemn Brooklyn boss had ample reason to glow Although n U. S .own has not, named for Eisenhower, there is at; least one town named for each of Yesterday's Results Boston 1, Washington 0 Baltimore 9, New York 3 Chicago at Detroit (ppd. (Only games scheduled) oday's Games Baltimore at New York. Boston at-Washington Chicago at Detroit Only games scheduled). rain) SOUTHERN STANDING W L Pet. GB Mew Orleans 6 3 .667 Memphis 6 4 .600 Xj Birmingham 6 4 .600 Vi Mobile' 5 4 .556 i Atlanta 6 5 .556 1 Nashville 5 6 .455 2 5 7 .417 2i/ 5 2 8 inasmuch as the world champion 2ViiGiants are now six'games behind 3, jlhe Dodgers and the second place Milwaukee Braves- are two-and-a- half, games to the ••rca'p. .:• Brooklyn'beat the Phillies the hard way after falling behind, 2-0 last night. Steve, ftidzik held, the Dodgers hitless until 'Sandy 'A'm'or- os doubled with two. out in - the sixth. Then he walked two men in the seventh,' hit Jackie Robinson with a pitch,: and walked Duke Snider to force in. a run. Lynn Lqvenguth replaced Ridzik and was greeted by Gil Hodges' two- run single. .All told, Bi-poklyn made only three hits, but they were enough for Billy Loes to register his second 'win of the year even though Ciem Labine relieved him was 'the big _ ., Presidents. Chattanooga .ittle Rock .200 4i,4 WOLDED PLYWOOD: boat, 10 horse wizard motor and trailer. All in perfect condition.'Can sge at 108 West Ave. C or r'phorie 7-5818 after 6 p. m. : 21-3t PR'ESH Little River Catfish: Friday and. Saturday,; City\Market on; Cotton Row. . • -,1 . . ' ' 21-lt 'ERTILIZER, ammonia, ' and nitrate soda. Cheap for cash. J. W. Strickland. April 21-1 Mo. 'OUR room farm house -2 miles of town Phone 7-2243. 20-6t Awnings anvas Awnings and metal awn- Ings.' Manufacture ..Venetian blinds. Renovating . -old 'blinds. Rug Cleaning. COOPER.BIJANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper 1615 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. ' . 'April 14-1 Mo. Notice NCOME We Are Dealers of Dura Craft Aluminum Boats Mhoon's Jewelry Store TAKE HOME HICKORY SMOKED BAR -B - Q BURT'S .. Rear of A&P Store • Desk Fans • Westinghouse Alrcondltioner • Window P*ans • Attic Fans Johnion & Rettig Electric Co. 319 W. 2nd Ph. 7-2166 H. B, Luck Highway 17 Wt«t LUCK'S USID FURNITURE CO. MH *f City Llmlto Wort M Gallon W*t«r •arr«la for ••!• Phon* 7^H1 Hop*, Ark, for All Mokei and Refrigeration Service APPLIANCE REPAIR ?10 £. 3rd 7-2809 BEE-T-MITE Termite Control Service Owned i Operated by GUYGRIGG South Moin St. Phono 7r}44* tf M77I SERVICE. .Compe. . tent and reasonable. J. W. Strick .land. . ' . ' 18-itf Yesterday's Results Nashville 9, Atlanta 8 14 (innings) Birmingham 9, Chattanooga i Mobile, 5, Memphis 2 New Orleans 5, Little Rock 2 Today's Games Rock at New Orleans, Little (night) Nashville at Atlanta, (night Merrfphis at Mobile, night) '-Chattanooga at Birmingham, (night) TEXAS LEAGUE San Antonio 9-14 Shreveport 0-2 Beaumont 10; Houston 7 Fprfr. Worth 8; Tulsa 2 • Dallas 5; Oklahoma City 2 YergerTrack Team Captures District Meet In the Arkansas State Athletic Association District 3 track meet at' Arkadelphia last week the Yerger Tigers took the trophy with 75 points and many individual awards. McRae High of Prescott was second with 41 points. George Boatner was high point man in the Junior meet and John H, \Vilson took the senior honors, scoring and IC',2 points re- MOVING? Long Distance All Moving Rates are,not the'same Call collect 592 Prescott Transfe & Storage Inc. Prescott Ark. Frei Estimate. 4-1 Mo >0rvtc0f Offered WAITRESS renovation and Inaer- •prloK work Cobb lUttreu Co 310 South Wuhlngton. Phont »-2«B, liar. 4-tf BALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Ma. 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 <}• 9325. April 1-1 Mo. WATER WELL Drilling any depth or size, O. T. Clark and Son C. R. Clark, Cale, Ark., 203 East Ave. B. Hope, Ark. April 13-1 Mo. Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE Station. 3rd and, Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L.. Murpjiy for details I-U Lost 'EMALE Boston Bull Terrier, answers to the name of Billy. If found phone 7-2942. 21-3t The Negro Community it Turner spectively. . . , . 'EJoatrier won the 100, 220 'and rah the .relays. The 440 was won by the Yerger team of Boatner, John U Wilson, Charles Moss and R. E. Keel: The 880 by Boatner, Wilson, Keel and James Deloney and WiJ- on took the board jump. , John H. Wilson won first in the 100 ;and 220 in the senior meet and also ran in two relays. Theodis Johnson won the 440 and James Rogers the 880 as well as the rrijle run; Yerger was first in the 440, Wilson, Jimmie Stuart, John Muldrew and Charles Murry. The same team won the 880 relay and in the Medley, James Rogers, Johnson, R. L. Williams and John W, Jones won first. cr, held the losers in eheck over the last 'one-and-one-third inirtgs, Joe Frnzfcr hit a .two-run homer off. loser Art Fowler in the fourth inning. he poor Pirates apparently were on the road to their first vie lory of the season with a 3-0 lead over the. Giants but rain postponed tho.game,after Felipe Montemaypr bashed- a three-run homer off Ruben, Gomez,-Dick Littlefield lia'd worked three scoreless frames .for ..the Bucs and contributed a snigle, too. Baltimore registered its first victory of the American League season after six successive setbacks by beating New York, 6-3, as Erv Palica and 'Ray Moore collaborated on a six-hit pitching job. Two ex-yankees,' catcher Hal Smith and shortstop Willie Miranda, figured prominently in the Orioles triumph. Smith connected for a two-run homer in the fifth and Miranda sparked field, making three spectacular stops and figuring in two key double plays. Bob Grim suffered his second loss. Palic was the winner. Willard Nixon of the Red Sox pitched a neat five-hitter to beat the Senors, 1-0 and move Boston a. game and a half in front in .-.-- ... the American League Boston got Left-hander, Luis'; Arroyo of the to Chuck Stobbs for its only run Cardinals made an 'auspicious ma-,in the fourth on a pair of scratch jor league deb.ut, holding the Red- hits and rookie Norm Yauchin's legs to five Jiits in th,e > seven arid 'single two-third innings • he worked and' in the eighth. Bobby Thomson man in Milwaukee's 9-5 victor y ever- the fading Chicago' Cubs. Thomson drove in five runs with, a grand-slam homer .. and , a single with the bases full. Lew Burdette was the winner but rookie Humberto Robinson came on .from the bullpen in the.'ninth to strike' out Hak Sauer with the; bases loaded ' to save Burdette' s. umph. ' second -tri' ' '''" getting credit for:''a 3-0 , victory. Herb Moford, another rookie hurl- The Chicago-Detroit garrve- rained out \yhile < Cleveland _ Kansas Cjty were not schedule. .was and Wi WANT you to your pafrdnogg of our K ,, u ,,,»«. r i ,,— „,,, „= um-xn endeavor to merit your rellanc'd upoh .us for tK« jjffei ally competent filling 6f ydllr, breScc'iptionVand'far count pus service in oil merchandising deportrtienfs of 6UrstdrB You have every right to expect yb\jr tirDQ Stoi^to btei xs good drug store, and We ihteHd'to So corrduc¥ls0rs OS tb2 deserve your approval, \ •' ! '• 1 T * r ,« i • ' i • u . |.i» jM WARP _ _ DRUGGIST 102 W. 2nd LET THE BEST IN ;$T|EL Sheds - Can be' constructed DUCKETT STEEL i .'^^ N> ^M?jn^iV! WS« -u-rit "I am a *> - u*** "t ^ '** J^t ^ **.**&-/1i' *?~ • „ *Mi-i"r^i* t « ^CtoTKjC-V^*-" ' £t #, * ***T(K A V? »S v^. V-1 *Jcs^ t <, fty •Sound too high pitched to 'be heard is used extensively in industry to clean materials. Spring Rally for debt, liquidation and Christian Eductaion. Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Mrs, E. M Nelson, Supt. li a m. Music by the choir led by W. M. Muldrow and, Mrs E. L. Hicks, Rev. T, D. Alexander, president of Shorter College of North Little Rock 'will bring the message at 3 p m. • The Rev.Russ of the Baptist Church in Washington will do.the preaching. Other visiting churches are Lonoke Baptist Church, Oak ""trove Baptist Church of Blevins nd others. Rev. Willard Leake, pastor. To best, serve the people of this community I maintain a stock of carefully < selected merchandise. To be able to recommend the belt product for every need, it is part of rny training to know the stand- 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. ' ,.,. I advertise to give people the news of my store. Because I know that nearly everybody reads a newspaper I use newspaper advertising regularly, W^npf^pJi pay for newspapers they read them carefully for all of the n$u>»£hat if interesting to them. When my ads are newsy and contain —'"' *-'-* — -•"-I know that people will read them Yerger.Band Mother's Club will meet Thursday night, April 21, at he regular meeting place. All members are asked to be present at 7:30 p. m. Sunday, April 24 »U roads wi}l lead, Jo pethel A"M>E Church lepat- at South Laurel i(iid East Fifth American Legion Post No. 27 of Hope held a special meeting Sunday, April 17, at the American Legion Hut. The purpose of the meeting was to select a candidate to run for District Second Vice Convnander, Clifford Oarmichael was chosen as the candidate. Ha is present commander of Post No. 427. My?, A. Ilakjey of Another f«ci that merchants lifa about newspaper advertising is that they can buy it on the basis of known values that are just as definite as the measures 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 u good business practice to buy advertising by •uch methods just as it is good business to buy and sell merchandise on the basis ff known standards. This helpful information is by the Audit BUTMH of Circuitiona, t cooperative, nonprofit association of mqre than 3,575 publisher advertisers and advprlising,agencies, **, "" At regular intervals tJje A.B.C., of wJUcb th»« riowspaper is a nember, A Sends ^n experienced circulation auditor to malif a t'hpro'ugn'inspection and audi|; of our circulation records. T^Jie FACTS' established, by Jiis audit are published ifl »n 4.B,Q, report which tells yo\r. How much circulation wt have; where it goes; how obtained; how w«0h peppje pay for our paper; and many ot pAm\fe tnat -y.^ 0(? ^4 hen? was, the week-end guest of Mrs. Lanie Thorns and sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Douglas and Mrs. f»m\\, fhif MW»pop»r U a member of ** 0(opx»fMiri0l«itM.&f*|i9^ ' ' T J * t V O h I s •U"! * .1. A3".

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