Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 30, 1955 · Page 12
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RIAVIS D FURNITURE _ ST5RI 101 1 WALNUT Swing Count purchase of new swihS Machine, StWING C6NTM tint' Phene?4M» l»ANY t LLDOZCR WORK ii-lna - Dirt M*vlnf ond Dloolna. Call TOM DUCKCTT . tth ftt Phone MATTRESSES ... P , OM Day tervlM DAVIS It Mcttrtw C*. L Kim ttrMt PhoiM CLASSIFIED ie In Office fr sy lefer« WAN* AD BAttS AILW«rt AA or. .payable . ta , i ttttphww and oeeofftMlo* th* un* 1 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 75e per Inch 60c ptr Inth earn lw»»j putted above ore for •ecuNv* Inttftlort*. Irregular or .*,*- dete.odt Will take th* one-day rat*. •A«Ja«y classified advertising copy •III be Accepted until 5 p. m. lot publication the following day. The publish** reserve (he right to ySSf f * d 't.°" advertisements offered for publication and to reject anyobjectionable advertising sub- •Mltlo.it of one or more letfert, *up< or figures such as house or lephone numbers count as one word. The Hop* Star will not be respon- ile for *rrors In Want Ads unkMi Ore called to our attention ^ -- P/RST Insertion of od and then for ONLY th* ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Political Announcement The Star Is authorized to in- Bounce that the following *re candidates for public Office •ubject to the action of tM. Democratic primary election*: Md 9 i I T A * , MOM. ARKANSAS lusffitii For Lias* 6KE SWfift SEJIVlCfi Statlpn, 3rd «fid Laurel. Reasoiiftbly frrlced. See 8. L. Murphy tor details. ttt For Mayor B. L. RETT1Q ONE' exrrrl»nced cook, person, ideal Cafe Third st. Apply in 223 East 28-3t 10 Boys to deliver heralds for "A MAN CALLED PETER," Corning to the Sacnger Theater, May 8, 9, and 10. Contact Saenger Manager. 29-3t For Salt SAND, Gravel, topsoQ, (111 dirt. Phone 1-4392. A. L. Park. April 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Danny Hamilton, 201 East 2nd. April 15-1 Mo. •ml Funeral Directors WESTERN SHARES f Dlverelfled Income PHI* ~ available ~ MS. BATES r- AQINT Ark,* Men* 74414 TOP'S SERVICE r 67 West of Hope ELECTRIC WELDING anywhere. Call us. •'«• for your Car, Truck, * •"" Tractor repairs, i ara as near at your phona" DIAL 7-2767 pURRY'S iirmitt) Control Co. • •"( . 5 BONDED INSURED GUARANTEED it /" i - For free Inspection , J call D. Middlebrooki Jr. 7^2822 or 7-3791 fAILOR MADE J COVERS Straw Seat .Covers $23.00 For Most Cars astic Seat Covers $32.50 For Most Cars jrfetalled for any make icor; or truck, also cut ||or, table tops. . YLIE Vats & Salvage Co. I& M" - - •-- OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Ha- Ml... Phonte 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phont 7-8570 or 7-9309. •.;:.''. M-lMo. FERTILIZER, ammonia, and nitrate soda. Cheap for cash. J. W. Strickland. April 21-1 Mo. SPINET PIANO BARGAIN— Responsible local party can save large sum on lovely Spinet, $44.00 Will handle and then low monthly payments. Write before we send truck—CREDIT MANAGER.JOP- LIN PIANO COMPANY, 312 MAIN. JOPLIN, MISSOURI. 26-4t MOLDER WANTED Gray iron snap molder, floor molder, machine molder wanted at once. Steady work, top wages, paid vacation. Six paid holidays, paid hospitalization and insurance. ARKANSAS rOUNDRY CO., Little Rock, Ark. 29-21 Lost SMADL tan shaggy dog with collar. Answers to name Felix. Call Edna Ramsey, 7-2289. 27-3t Scrurday, April 10, 19IS AMERICAN Mole Help Wonted For Rent UNFURNISHED, newly decorated, six room house. Garage. Garden. 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf STATE CERTIFIED potato plants for sale. Porto Rico, Red Velvet, all gold and red gold. W. B. For- terfield McCaskill, Ark. 26-6t ICE CREAM twelve delicious flavors, -cups, cones, pints, gallons. Open 7 days and nights to serve you. COLES DOUBLE DIP STORE 2nd and Walnut • .. 28-6t THREE room unfurnished apartment, private bath, reasonable rent. 1311 West Avenue B. Phone 7-3698. SHERBET flavors, Lime, Orange, Pineapple, Grape. Cups, pints, gallons. COLES DOUBLE DIP STORE. 28-6t TWO BEDROOM home V&. block TO COUPLE, nicely furnished 2 room and. bath cottage apartment. Electric Refrigerator. 917 W. 6th phone 7-4345 28-3t Nicely ; furnished house., 4 rooms and .bath. Large yard and garden spape. Located on old Highway 67 East. Phone 7-3735. 28-3t DESIRABLE 3 room apartment furnished and bills paid. 204 Bonner. 28-3t from East Brookwood School 5th. Call 7-5574. at 819 28-tf TEAM WORK mares. Jack Simmons, 3 miles north Hope on i Proving Ground Road. 28-3t FROST. Trailer for sale. A-l condition. Bodoaw, Ark. Joe 'Duke. 29-3t RELIABLE MAN WANTED I will be in Hope soon to Interview applicants for a permanent and extremely profitable connection, with a reliable company, operating nationally. Business experience not required, as you will do no selling. To qualify for this opening you must:, 1. Reside in Hope or nearby. 2. Be honest and ambitious. 3. Supply good references. 4. Be prepared to act immediately. 5. Have at least $1,250.00 to $2,650.00 working capital to start with. 6. Be in good health, although your age is not important. If you can qualify on all of the above six points write at once giving address and phone number to BIG PROBLEMS FROM LITTLE TRAINS GROW-Railroad tycoon Howard Bigelow has a rail problem, and if it isn't solved to his satisfaction he says he'll pick up his trains and track and go home. Re could do it, too, for bis trains are miniatures and his track In a Schenectady, N. V., park is only 270 feet long. The problem Is that Schenectady officials want Bigelow, shown above, to expand his track—and give the city more of his profits. Bigelow f\ i\ •.... says no. PRESCOTT NEWS Mrs. Jack W. M. U. Leslie Hostess to Circle 3 Divisional Manager Post Office Box 57 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Mrs. Jack Leslie was hostess to Circle "3 of th W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church at her home on Monday afternonn. Mrs. J. W. Grimes voiced the opening prayer after which the business was conducted by the chairman, Mrs. J. H. Langley. The devotional was given by Mrs. Nat Woosley and the study on "All the World in the Word" was led by Mrs. Langley. At the close of the meeting the hostess served a delectable sandwich course present. to the 10 members 25-3t FOUR' room furnished apartment with private bath. Newly corated. Electric 203 East Ave. C. refrigerator, 29-3t IMPURNISHED apartment, u stairs. Close-in. Available May 1st. Phone 7-3329. 29-31 ONE FORD car, r 1951 model, ,4 door sedan. May be seen at Fruit and Truck Branch Experiment Station, Hope. Bids will be received through May 7, 1955. 29-3t Help Wanted FURNISHED 2 bedroom apartment. Convenient to town. Phone 7-3329. 29-3t Real Estate for Sale WE SELL — We Buy — We Rent Real Estate. Franklin Company, 108 South Main. 5-1 Mo. BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom home 529 Peach Street in Beverly at HOTPOINT sink, dishwasher, and waste disposer combination used •very little, also Frigidaire elect? ric range slightly used. Small tool house and a few cresoted fence post. First Baptist Church. See Perry Moses at York Furniture Co. • 29-3t RAWLEIGH DEALER wanted at once in S. Hempstead Co. or Hope. Good opportunity. See Corwin Crow, Rt. 1, Box 30, Nashville, Ark. or write today, Raw-i leigh's. Dept. AKD-641-405, Memphis, Tenn. 29-11 Notice 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. , owner leaving city. Buy his equity assume monthly payments. Let me chow this to you. Call Jim Cole, Phone 7-3175. 28-61 There has been no major epidemic "fa the United States since the influenza outbreak in 1918-19. Jess Morris for custom slaughtering and cold storage at Community Ice Co. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo. Awnings We Are Dealers of Dura Craft Aluminum Boots Mheen'i Jewelry Store TAKE HOME HICKORY SMOKED BAR-B-Q • U R T ' S Rear of A4.P Stora 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. The Negro Community By Helen' Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring items to Mist Turner at Hicks Funeral Home Miss Francisco Entertains Meedlecraft Club The home of Miss Elizabeth Francisco was beautifully decorated, with arrangements of Dutch iris, pansies and narcissuses on Tuesday evening when she entertained the Needlecraft Club. A pleasant evening was spent visiting and serving. The hostess served frosted punch and cookies. Out of town members present were Miss Opal Daniel and Mrs. Lee. McCain and a guest, Mrs. Hazel Pritchard all of Hope. S. C. S. conference held at tho Methodist Church in Hope Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robey. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Justiss, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Worthington and T. R. Moberg attended the Kiwanis Ladies Night in El Dorado Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Nelson are spending the week in Brownfield, Texas with their sons, Homert Lynn Nelson and their families and in Lovington, New Mexico with their daughter. Mrs. Harold Denton and family. Detroit Chicago New York Cleveland. Boston Cansas City Washington Baltimore LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 9 5 .643 J /2 Yesterday's Results Detroit 3, Washington 2 Chicago 7, Boston 0 Baltimore 5, Cleveland 4 Kansas City 6, New York 0 Today's Games Baltimore at Cleveland Boston at Chicago Washington at Detroit (Only games scheduled) NATIONAL LEAGUE W L 13 2 S 6 8 6 6 Brooklyn Milwaukee Philadelphia St. Louis hicago ew York Cincinnati Pittsburgh 1955 Football Schedule for Blevins H.S. , Blevins High School football Sc« hedule for the 1955 season was announced today by Coach Russell P. Stephens. Tha Hornets Idst eight regulars by graduation but have elevenletterman returning. Lost to the squad were back. Brjf« son, Worthy, Phillips and Stone, and lineman Barber, Spicer. Zum- wait and Captain Jack Lloyd. Linemen returning are Ends Bruce Smith and Richard Roberts; Tack- ^ es Norman Hugg, Bobby Brown and Delbert Johnson; Guards Douglas Steed, Olen Hill, Keith Rine- lart and Gary Husky. Quarterback Arthur Willis will again be the man under in the T- ormation and Aimer Willis, Jimmy tVhite and John Prescott are slated o share the lead in the scoring ept. Prospects for the coming season re: Kenneth Nivens, Jimmy Wil- (| s, Hansford Long, John Loe, Char- .571 4</ 2!les Mooney, Glen Steed, Darrcll .571 4i/ 2 Carmen, Gerald Morton, Manuel 5 .545 5 | Worthy, Harold Ingram, Jackie 8 5 .615 9 6 .600 8 6 .571 i 8 7 .533 !>/• 6 8 .429 5 9 .357 4 4 11 .267 5Vz Pct.GB. .867 7 7 .500 5'/ 2 6 7 4 11 .462 .267 '2 10 .167 9'/ 2 Yesterday's Results Philadelphia 13, Milwaukee 4 Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 0 Chicago at Brooklyn (ppd, rain) St. Louis at New York (ppd. rain) Today's Games St. Louis at New York Chicago at Brooklyn Milwaukee at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Pittsburgh COTTON Mr. and Mrs. George Stratman and John of Arkadelphia Prescott friends Tuesday . visited Flag Sale Campaign 'Closes Loyce • Anderson, chairman of There will be a Wiener roast at Mt. Zion CME Church Saturda night, April 30, sponsored by th steward board and the pastor Rev. I. M. Manning. The public i invited. the flag sale campaign sponsored by Hooker Nelson Post No. 51, has reported that approximately 150 flags were sold 'during the recen campaign and that the Post plans to sponsor the display of the flags on the correct days. Mrs. Dale Wilson has returned from an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. R. B. Magee and Mr. Magee in San Antonio, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lusby and daughter of Texarkana were the guests Monday of Mrs. Fannie Newth and Mrs. Mildred Dawson. Miss Mattie Royston of Fulton was the Monday guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hamby. Mrs. J. C. Marsh of Birmingham, Ala. has arrived for a visit with relatives and friends. There will be a fish fry and ic cream at BeeBee Memorial CME Church Saturday night, April 30 sponsored by the missionary so ciety. Wonted NEED WHITE man age 21 to 40 to work full time. $65 if can qualify. Car and $22 bond necessary. Call Hotel Barlow Wednesday, May 4. 5 to 6 p. m. for appointment, 30-3t • Deik Fans • Westinghouse Alrconditloner • Window Fans • Attic Fans Johnton A Rettig Electric Co, tW W, 2nd Ph. 7-2156 Service! Offered There will be a call meeting o the Oharmetts Social Club May 1 at the home of Mrs. B. W. Carte at 4 p. m. All members are asked to be present. Mrs. Helen Perkins, a native o: Hope has completed Barbering a Tyler, Tex., Mrs. Perkins will work in Dallas, Texas. MATTRESS renovation and inner •prlng work- Cobb HattreM Co 810 South Washington. Phone T-2C2S. Mar. 4-tf H. B.UMk Highway W Wee» LUCK'S USr,D FURNITURI CO. Mae ef City Umlte Weel M Qillen Water »err«H for Mia •>honer4*l Hope, Arfc. RALPH Montgomery Market, Cut- torn slaughtering. Phone'•7-3M1 10-1 Mo, <rv ForAIIMqkei .and Refrigeration Service ' APPLIANCE REPAIR 910 i, 3rd 7-2409 CONVALESCENT AND Nursing Hospital. • Reasonable monthly rates. Quiet Neighborhood. Cat ering to Aged and Convalescent Patients. For information contact Ouachita County Hospital, Cam den, Arkansas. Phone Temple 6»325. April 1-1 Mo. WATER WELL Drilling any depth or size; O, T. GJark and Son C. R. Clark, Gale, .Ark., 203 East Ave. B. Hope, April 18-1 Mo. SEE Jess Morris slaughtering for custom' cold storage BEE-T-MITE Torwlto Control ferric* OwtteJ « Qfwrttfo* *y GUY GRIGG at Community Ip.e.. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo. The United States exported 304,645 tons of cotton seed oil in 1954 compared to a prewar annual average of 3,347 tons. Only a few. of the southern cities of Canada have annual temperatures averages above degrees. Jlmmie Cannon, • a native of Hope has been chosen the Teachei of the Week at Jones High Schoo. in North Little Rock. Mr. Cannon is the band director at the schoo: and under his tutorship the band at Jones High has shown a marked improvement and is rapidly becoming one of the best performing bands in the state. Mr. Cannon is a graduate of Philander Smith College with a degree in Music. Three Killed in Car-Truck Accident LEBO, Kan. UP) -Three men B. and P. W. Club Meets in Bailey Home ;Miss Frances Bailey was hostess to the Business and Professional Womens Club at her home Tuesday evening with Mrs. Thorne Hesterly and Miss Bertha Gray, co-hostesses. There were 17 members and four guests, Mrs. Opal Morris, Mrs. Ruth Lindblad, Mrs. Ethel Hesterly' and Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson present. The president Mrs. Marie Chamberlain presided at the business meeting and appointed the following nominating committee: Miss Sue Martin, Mrs. Alta Grant, Mrs. Laverne Ward, Miss Frances Bailey ar.j Mrs. Thorne Hesterly. Mrs. Electa Wells reported on the Talent Show that was held here and expressed her appreciation for the :ine cooperation that was shown by ;he members. Bunco was enjoyed during the social hour with Miss Marguerite es y sexboat." Her "cheesecake' Dr. and Mrs. Jack Harrell \vere Monday visitors in Hot Springs. Postmaster and Mrs. -J. H. Bemis have returned from Little Rocfc where they attended the Arkansas Chapter of the National Association of Postmasters of the United States that convened at Hotel Lafayette and were guests in the home of her mother Mrs. C. W. McKelcey. Beauty from Sweden Blames Hollywood By BOB THOMA HOLLYWOOD M>) — Anita Ekberg, a blonde Venus from Sweden, today lamented that Holly- vood covers up a girl's best assets. . What's more, she claims this is lue to this country's distorted /lew of sex appeal. Miss Ekberg, who wias Miss weden of 1952, is filmland's lat- Hot Springs Monroe El Dorado STATE W L Pet. GB 3 1 .750 • 1 .750 2 2 .500 1 Phillips, Bob Honeycutt, Jesse Barber, Charles Jones, Leon Long, Charles Head, Bob Hicks and Wendell Avery. New teams scheduled this year are Ashdown, Smackover and Hampton. Dropped from last year are Dierks and Horatio. Blevins 1955ii schedule follows: . Sept. 9—Gurdon—There Sept. 18 —Murfreesboro—There Sept.23— Ashdown There Sept. 30—Prescott —'Here Oct. 7—Smackover—There Oct. 14—Hampton—Here ' (Homecoming) Oct. 21—Stamps—There Oct. 28—Prescott—There Nov. 4— Mineral Springs—There Nov. '11— Foreman—There Nov. 17—Lewisville—There. is her measurements. If she happens to have a good figure, the men whistle and carry on. The wardrobe women marval about how great it is to have such a fine figure to dress. "So what happens? If a girl has a beautiful bust with a nice curve to it, she shouldn't be covered up. She should be allowed to show her beauty. I don't rr that we should go around with nothing on above the waist. But she shouldn't be completely hidden either." The 24-year-old actress, who said her own measurement is 39 inches, said this overzealous censorship is due to the American attitude toward sex. She declared that Swedes have a different viewpoint. "The whistle at a pretty girl is an international language," she said. "But in this country men whistle at girls with more of an evil intent. "It is different in Sweden. The sody is considered a thing of beauty. Its 'beauty is to be enjoyed, not considered in an evil light. "That's why nudity is featured in some of the movies made in Sweden. Boys and girls appear nude on the beaches up to the age of 8 or 10. I think it's ridiculous to see 2-year-old girls at the beaches here wearing pants and little strips of cloth across their chests." Greenville Vicksfburg Pine Bluff 1 2 .333 1 2 .33% 1 3 .250 Games Today Vicksburg at Hot Springs El Dorado at Greenville Pine Bluff at Monroe. SOUTHERN Memphis New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Mobile Chattanqoga Nashville Little Rock ASSOCIATION W L Pet GB ' 13 6 .684 «1 12 6 .667 «/&10 9 .526 3 ' 10 9 .526 ' 8 9 .471 4 9 11 8 12 5 13 .471 .400 .278 4 5'/a 7'/2 Games Today Atlanta at Memphis (Birmingham at Little Rock Chattanooga at Mobile New Orleans at Nashville SEE US FOR... New Holland Baler parts and Service for Wisconsin Engines, Eaee-Flow Distributors and John Deere Tractors and Implements. The home of genuine John Deere parts 220 W. 5th St. Phone 7-3475 UTLEY IMPLEMENT CO. Avery and Mrs. Opal Morris winning prizes. A dainty dessert plate was served by the hostesses. being broadcast in a volume that recalls the early days of Marilyn Monroe. Unlike 'Miss Monroe, .she —~ is a talkative type and excites eas- Mrs. J. T. Worthington, Mrs. J. ily. Her latest passion is what she LETDUCKETTDOIT... THE BEST IN STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds — Farm Buildings — Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. t Can be constructed at low cost! DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. North Main Street W. Teeter, Mrs. O. G. Hirst, Mrs. Jurke Shelton, Mrs. D. S. Jordan. Mrs. Wayne Eley and Mrs. Glenn considers an unfair cover-up. "It's ridiculous!" she exclaimed. When a girl comes to Holly- Hairston attended the district W, wood, the first thing she is asked SPORTS ROUNDUP .By GAYLE TALBOT. NEW YORK (#•)— On the day that | uben Gomez reported to the Newj case nt suc ^ length because, as fort? Giants training camp at'>' ou might have read, he now is in :amp springs .ago hei clce P trouble with his commander this reporter that Leo Durocher for having done a LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect your eyesight and enhance the beauty of your home .with correct lighting lixturea. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 S, Elm Phone 7-2629 'hoenix three leerfully told e wasn't worth a cent as a pitch- r until the weather got real hot, miserable job of pitching in the first two weeks of the season. It were killed in a car-truck collision near here last night on Highway 50-South. The highway he victims as patrol identified William Martin Christian, 24, Lane, Kan.; Melvin Osbourn, 24, Ashland, Kan.; and Jack Stenger, age unknown of Wichita. Jerry Brown, ninor injuries. Wichita, received LIT US DO YOUR WASH! PEUVtERY The highway patrol said all four vere in a car traveling west when he collision occurred with a semi- railer truck traveling east. The driver of the truck, Virgil ee Williams of Boonville, Mo., and Howard Smith, also of Boonville, escaped with slight injuries. Smith, the owner of the truck was asleep in the vehicle. He was to omething approximating that 'oi! cou ld end up in an explosion, is najtive Puerto' H|ico. j The weather around here has He said he had learned during .been atrocious. Day after day the the .brief time he had been with sun has not shone and the tern- the Kansas City Blues in 1952 that j perature has dipped intp the 40s. he simply couldn't "pitch" when, It has rained. Gomez, ^shivering jt was -cold, that his fingers con-1 and looking . dejected, has : started gealed and he couldn't "feel" the .three games and gotten ;,his brains ball. He said he had contracted a knocked out each time. Rain saved sore arm with the Blues, and that'him once. On. Wednesday the Mil- was why he had purchased his waukce Braves belted hi)n for five freedom and returned .to Puerto juns- ia less than two frigid innings. It wus after the latter performance that Leo blew his stack and When the Giants picked the Slender righty up early in '53 on the strength of what their head'charged that Ruben was using the scout Tom Sheehan had seen hlm'cold weather dodge as a "poor do in the Puerto Rican League, I excuse," and fumed that "he was they knew of his aversion to re- just plain lousy out there - got frjgerated ball parks. • ' ° ARE OUR BUSINESS W. specialize ,n effective term!!* control. If the problem, we have the «n*wer, Ther.', nc en inspectipn $o call on our long experl.nco now ARKAPELPHU TERMITE CO, 1032 Main Street R|, one 1057 ARKADELPHIA ARKANSAS o to order special weather for him." thrown out of the truck and over, the car onto the pavement. The U. S. harvest of corn exceeds ree billion. hush.efe a year, Well, the screwballmg senor has Fortunately, perhaps. Gomez had pretty well repaid the Giants for i ong since dressed and gone look having gone along with him- up ing for a roaring wood fire. to this point. He posted a 13-11 j We' still don't know what Leo record in o3 .when the club fin- proved, except that he still is the ished fitth, ana was 17-9 for last boss. We do know that he hasn't a years world champions. He beatichance in the world of winning the Cleveland in the thud game oi the pcmwl unlc» Gomw 15 A happy ArVfiplH Sot'iiAO l_-j _ i. _._ • . ^fftf World Series. We Iwe §owe bapH OVPI- i WE SERVE FORTUNES ICE CREAM THIS is THi ^IGHIST QUAMTY AM Pts ond i Gallon* to 90, WE FEEL SURE YOU WILL LIKE OUR PRINKS AND SIRVICI \ 102 W. 2nd MAXWIU HOUSE COFFEE WARD & SON DRUGGIST ./ i'ji

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