Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 3, 1955 · Page 21
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Hope, Arkansas
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HOf t StAft, ROM, ARKANSAS '• tues Ja%, May 3, 1 MAVIS Stwfrtg Court* pureftase <sf rtew Jewinf Machine. rilWING CtNTIR Elm Phon*7-BI40 TIMS Ite 0f popular prcei ClL IALANCINO •while you wait TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. - " ' »r Low Cost Insurance tATE FARM MUTUAL I" Contact HORACE HUBBARD E. 16th Ptyjne 7-2436 CIA AM 'Muit Be in Office D«y (k«i>rieitl«fi WANT Ab RATIS All Wdrtt Ad» or* poyobl* In Odvortce v but <fth Will b« accepted ever »h« 'titfcjifioM 'and '• fictomodo- tjon .accounts allowed fcrith .the un* Beritondihfl the account it pdybbls Of -Word* 116 to IS 14 (6 20 11 tb 25 26 »o 30 i.1 to 35 36 to 40 4I-10 « to 50 Day •f5 .60 *75 .90 1:35 I. SO Day« .90 1.20 1.50 1.60 2.70 3.00 Slit ,'Cayt 1.50 2.00 2.50 9.00 3.50 4.00 4,50 5.00 'Month 4.50 $.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13,50 15.00 MATTRESSn Mad* Into Day ••riUc «DAVIS tSTIRN SHARK ieonib Fun* i •vallabl* from 7-44M f { SERVICE My 67 West of Hope ELECTRIC | WELDING . Dene anywhere. Call us. >§tt us for your Car, Truck, i Tractor repairs. i art •• near as your phone" DIAL 7-2767 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I time ...... . ..... ...... ...... ?5c per Inch 3 timej .... .................... 60c par Inch 6 »fmc« ..... ................... SOc per Inch Rates quoted above are fot eon- •ecuHyt .'nicflloris. /Irregular or .skip- date ad< will take the one-day rate.' All dally classified advertising copy will be accented Ufttins p. m. for publicatloH the following day. The publisher** feterve the -Tight to revise or edit all advertisements offered for 1 publication and to reject an objectionable iadvertis!ng . sub' ' Initials of one or 'more letters, group* or fjgures such as house or telephone numbers count as .one worcl. ' The Hope. Star will not be responsible for errors . In Want Ads unless errors • are colled to our > attention after F1RS1 Insertion of ad apd then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-343 1 Funerol Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . .Ambulance.'2nd & Hafel*. .' .'Phode 7-2123.' 1 ~13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNEL1US Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prdrript* Ambulance ' Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5509. 23-1 Mo. For Rent UNFURNISHED, newly decorated, six room house. Garage. Garden. 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf THREE room unfurnished apartment, private bath, reasonable rent 1311 West Avenue B. Phorie 7-3896. , 18-tf IEE-T-MITE uitiltt jControl Servic* gOKMgJiV Operated by ,—p,,, GRIGG $tf 1 .'!&,SmJee) policy South Main St. ^^. 7-3445 or 7-2772 J* 1 ;" FOUR room furnished apartment With private bath. Newly decorated. ^Electric; refrigerator, 203 East Ave. C. 29-3t Announcement the Star Is authorized to an- nolmce : that the following are candidates for public office subject "to the ' actioft of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor B. L. RETTIQ For Sol* topsofl, ftll dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. April 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS, lar|e variety. See these chicks before buying. Dan- 1 ny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. April 15-1 Mo. FF-RTffilZfiK, ' ammonia, and ni-: trate sbda. Cheap for cash. J. W. Strickland.. ; April 21-1 Mo.: STATE CERTIFIED potato plants for' s'aleV>*I?brto Rico, Bed Velvety aft 'golii and' red gold. W. B. Ppr- terfield McCaskill, Ark. 26-Ct ICE-CREAM .twelve delicious flavors, cups, cones, pints, gallons.' Open 7 days and nights to serve you. --••... i COLES 'DOUBLE DIP- STORE' i 2nd and Walnut 28r6t SHERBET' flav6rs', Lime, Orange; Pineapple; 'Grape. "Cujjs, pints, ! gallons. COLES DOUBLE DIP, STORE. .... 28-6t TWO "BEDROOM ' home' 1% block from Brookwood School at 810 •East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf FROST Trailer for sale. A-l con^ dition. Bodcaw. Ark. Joe Duke. UNFURNISHED apartment; upstairs. Close-in. Available May 1st.' Phone 7-3329. 29-31 FURNISHED, 2 bedroom apartment; Convenient to town. Pnone 7-3329. 29-3t FURNISHEP 4 room duplex, Fri- gidaire, hardwood ilpors, private entrance, first class home. Mrs. P. E. Cook, 908 W. Ave. B. 2-6t . GNERAL REPAIR , — ,. your telephono *iW#.TRUC:KS- LEO'S GARAGE !. Wolnut »>h. 7-4314 .EO HARTSFIELD , .Owner and'Operator We Fick-Up and Deliver «>?;,* SJ'H e UNFURNISHED 5 room house, garage, garden, Close-in, Mis Lillie Middlebrooks. Phone 7 2874. •-.-' ; ;. 3-3 ONE FORD car. 1951 model, 4 door sedan. May be seen at Fruii and' Truck Branch Experiment Station, Hope. Bids will be receiv- .ed.through May 7, 1955. 29-3t HOTPOINT sink, dishwasher, ;and waste disposer combination used very little, also Frigidaire electric range slightly used. Small 'tool house and a few cresoteij fence post. First Baptist Chur,(jhi See Perry Moses at York Furniture Co. 6Mfi SUf ER SEftVlCe SUUon, ltd .*fid, Laurel, flrtsoflafely jbriceU Bee & L. Murfrlif fof details. '' ..:.>-.-i*x:;.r. ..;&ff~" BE iNBepBrlDfirJT. Sett . Products in : S. Hempstisad Co., 6t Hd{>e. Se» Corwin Cr6w. Route 1, Box 30, Nashville, Airk. today for particulars Ot Write Rawlelgh'S, Dfept. AK«>-041'f), Memphis, Tenh. - : 2-lt R«olEtfof«forSttl« f^J-.SEtiL ~^e ; Bu7/'— We ftut fteal fistate. Franklin Company, 106 South Main. H Mo. BEAUTIFUL 2 bedrodm home at 529 Peach Street in Beverly Hills, owner leaving city. -Boy his 1 equity assume •• monthly pajrrhehts. liet me show this: to ybu.'.'Call Jim Cole, Phone 7-3175. JUST J;200.00 cash - .Balance like rent Will buy this 'two•bedroom home with 'den - we will 'redfecpr- ate interior with your choice of colors. Termite -treated -fi'ew linoleum. AH on two beautiful Shady lots "at'Walker and 15th StFfeet. Call FOSTER REAl/fY-CO, 217.So.' ; Mpiii.St.' . '••' •'' '' . . : Block North:'of County. Courthpu'se fronting 300. feet^rivU^S/:Hy;J67 and .73^ /.feet ion South'^Washington - 50 ; ' x 100'i building -;all.'utilities - concrete 'floor'.' - -'excellent location' for service . station warehouse , • 'J pack-a,-sak grocery and many other 'types ot•'• busi- :hess. It is'the^former;Cooks LaUn- dr-y • property. Priced fdr 'quick -sale. ••• •• •'-' -.- ' J " f*" .- - . '••'. Call FOSTER REALTY CO. '' ' Four Poney League Teams Formed Brooklyn' Chicago . Jtv-iTouis -.. Vfilwaukee New: "'York Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cincinnati 65 DIFFE-RENT varieties of iris blooming today in their richest shades and colors. Chrysanthemum plants how ready. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 2-6t "•finite Control Co. BONDED i • INSURED GUARANTEED H^fror free Inspection Ife'f • coll D. Middlebrooke Jr. 7-2822 or 7-3791 lope Star . lift; riws l»J7 »NMOTf. 1& itae DESIRABLE 3 room apai-tmen furnished and bills paid. 20 Bonner. : 3-t Notice MOVING? Long Distance Moving All Moving Rates are not the same Call collect 592 Prescott Transfe: & Storage Inc. Prescott Ark. Frei Estimate. 4-1 Mo Jess Morris for -custom slaughter ing and cold storage at Com munlty Ice Co. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo Lott BLACK'heifer' calf, Vwe'eks. Con. tact Paul Tefteller, Phone 7-2589 We Are Dealers of Dura Craft Aluminum Boats Mhoon's Jewelry Store • Deik Fans • Wettlnghouie Alrcondltloner • Window Fans • Attic Fani Johnson & Rettig Electric Co. 819 W. 2nd "-Ph. 7-21M N. R. MwK Highway 17 W«ft LUCK'S USIO FUftNITURf CO. Mg< Of City Limit. W«*t ff OiU«n JKM«f i«rr»li for PNont 74W1 Hop*. Ark. If you need o T roiler , , , See Us WE RENT U -HAUL • -HW ' BP ^p^wB ^HP^< )B^P TRAILERS hcivf several on hono 1 now AUTO GLASS ONE JOHN DEERE , Baler, one Case balnr wire tires, one mule, one mare, 35 acres of land; -B. E. Green, Patmos. - &6t FLOWERS fpr Mother's Day. Muni po.ts, Caladpums, mixed '. pots, Gloxemia, Geraniums,- cut flowers for bouquets, and corsages.' Also ai-tifical wreaths 'and\'.boii< 'que'ts for decoration, also yard plants. Campbells Flower Shop, 1804 South Elm. 3-3t ONE OF Hope'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/fub- ;ber ...tile..j»n.4 .h.ardw.ood Jlpors. baths (1V4). Double garage. 2 years old. Shown by appointment only. Call Mrs. M. L. Fox, 7,:-.4697.5 •- , -. ; - ' 3-6t •'"Wi'^Pct. GB 'i"-',|S8'^2 : ^89 :'•• . ',10 >8 .55(5 6 • ; :;'s ?7-.-.533.,;ey. ' '9 ;8 .529 6Mz ; :.7 ;8 ;467 : 7it! < ^8,10 444448 v '5 11 ,313'TO ;-- ,'54^3 '^35 11'/ 2 Pittsburgh 5, :gt. ,Louis:'l,:,'-: ! Chicago ••; 4-2, pHUadelphi^t?-! :' | Brooklyn ;2, MilWaUfeee ''Q'- -' ings). ''.. ';••' vj.i-:^'-'' Only games ..scHcduled.... • - inn' ' Chicago at -i -New : Ybfk : " (night) Cincinnati ;• at -;p-'hi ; l a d*e Iphia Wight) -,' "•:•'•:.. . ; ; ' •.''-. ^-/ ",•'•'•',.. -",'" ' Milwaukee .at jPittsbiirjh night (Only games ' ! 'AMERICAN LEAGUE " ' •"• • ' ; W>t ''-ipc. ii ; 6 \ ' Wanted NEED WHITE man age. 21 to .40 to vy.ork .full .time. .$85 if can qualify.- Car and $22 bopd-neces- sary. Call Hotel .Barlow Wednesday, May 4. 5 to 6 p. m. for -appplntmei}t.:.', ' - • 10 Boys-'-to deliver heralds'for "A MAN CALLEJD PETER.J'-Comin'i ..to..the Saenge.r..Theater, May.^' v "9, and lOrContact Saenge'r^ana." -ger. '''.:..' ' • ' Cleveland Detroit Chicago V York Kansas ,.ipi<y Boston . Washington Baltimore . .-r- •: T .: VT-' 10 0* .625 1 "10 ; 7 '.5»8 IV 7 9 .<38 4 • ; ):*M' : .J21 4V \5 13 .'j!78 '?" The annual Pony League auction was held last night at City Hall and team rosters for the coming season are following. There are about twelve places left on the four teams for additional players and 13 and 14 year olds interested in playing should contact Charles (Sough at the City Hall immediately. Teams will practice throughout May and play will begin around May 31st. Players should contact their managers immediately upon reading the team rosters and give him information as to when they will be available for practice . Hope Basket Co. — Joe Patterson. Mgr.-Phone .7-4984: David Watkins, Robert Story, Wayne Bailey, Jerry McPherson, D. Q. Tollett, Don Boothe, Barham Taylor, Eugene Campbell, Bill Butler, Arvis Cannon, Larry Garrett, James Roberts and Bill Freeman. first Nat'l Bank — Johnny Lingo. Mgri-Phone 7-2258: ; s 'Billy Hairr, Steve Waldren, Verde Flowers, Hershel Clover, Mel-i yin Henry, Jerry Baber, Charles C.aston, Boyd Henry, Richard Neal, Fred Carver, Edward Hartsfield and Billy Joe Andeison. '/iHppe , Auto Co. — James Gilbert. Mgr.-Phone 7-3575: f-'Johnny Graves, Perry Lee Boyd Jimmy Jones, Ray Duke George lytcGill, Bobby Tompkins, Rodney Tpmpkins, Johnny Turner, Jerry Browning, Bobby Kidd, Jimmy Me- Larty and James Willis. ; Hp.pe Builders Supply— Willie Beard, Mgr.-Phone 7-3R07: ] Terrell Martin, Jimmy Lauterbach, Charles Billings, Lynn Wiggins, Delton Hatfield, Bryon Smiley, Winston Duke, Harold Douglas, Joe Grain, 'Johnny Watkins. Max Bruce, Teddy Jones and Mil- tori Henderson. Porkers Knock Out A&M Golf Team FAYETTEVILLE, W) — Arkan sas knocked Texas A & M out of a chance for the Southwest Conference golf championship here yesterday. The Razorbacks won the match 4-2 and the Aggies need ed a 5-1 triumph to stay in the running for the crown. The results: Phil Rogers, Arkansas, def. Bobby Briggs, 6 and 5. Jerry Durbin, Texas A & M, def. Tinker Gordon, 4 and 3. Rogers-Gprdon def. Briggs-Durbin, 5 and 3. Grey Linzel, Arkansas, def. DaVe Vandervoort, 2 up. Mnrcclino Moreno, Texas A&M, def. Dick Newcomb, 3 and 2. iLinzel-Newcomb def. Vandervoort-Moreno, 2 and 1. Moore May Get Shot at Rocky ^ By BOB MYERS .1,LAS VEGAS, Nev. tfP) . Light heavyweight champion Archie Moore 'may Well have earned a shot at. Rocky Marciano and'his .y/orld heavyweight title. ^ ^Ageless Archie last night met arid whipped the No. 1 contender, Njirio '-.Valdes of Cuba, in a 15- rpunder . [' ^Sitting at ringside was Truman Gibson,' secretary of the Interna- Lookouts Lamblost Mobile for Third By MERCER ^BAILEY Of The Associated Press Three Bears pitchers toiled ineffectively against Chattanooga last' night and the Lookouts lambasted Mobile 12-4 for- their third straight victory. Idle New Orleans picked up ha'.f a game on Memphis when the Southern Association leader bowed to Birmingham 7-1, and Atlanta hung on to its shaky first: division perch by rallying to edge cellarite Little Rock 5-4. Nashville, like New Orleans, was not scheduled. Chattanooga got all the runs it needed in the first -inning when the Looks singled home five mark ers. Steve Koreheck banged a two- run homer for Chattanooga and Herb Olson swatted "a solo blast for the Bears. Big Dave Benedict made his 1935 debut a whopping success by turning back front-running Memphis on sevfen hits, he held the Chicks scoreless until the ninth when pinchhitter L'en Johnston came up with two out and bhe bases loaded and punched out a Texas leaguer. Memphis manager Jack Cassini enlivened the evening with frequent arguments over plate umpire John Lockamy's calls on tha balls and strikes. Cassini strut out twice. Fights Lost Night By The Associated Pi-ess Las Vegas — Archie Moore, 196'/ 2 , Miami, outpointed Nino Valdes, 209'/2, Cuba, 15. New York'^ Virgil Akins,' 146'z, St. Louis, stopped Ronnie . Delaney, 149, Akron, Ohio, 8 Brooklyn — Tony Puleo, 134'/ z , Brooklyn, drew with Carmelo Cos ta, 132%, Brooklyn 10. * tional Boxing Club, who said tha yes indeed, the 38-year-old Moon deserved a chance to meet JMar ciano. Gibson said the match wouli probably be scheduled for Sep tember in New York, .provided o course, '.Rocky disposes of Eng land's Don Cockell in San Fran cisco May 16. Yetterday'i Result* Cleveland 4, Boston 2 <' Detroit.?, New York 1 Washington 12, Kansas City 1 (Only . Uuur- •spring work Cobb M»tt»«M Co, lie South Wuhinftoa. Phone f-MM. ...;•* • Mir. Vtf RALPH Montgomery- Market, Cm- torn slaughtering. Phone 7-3M1. W-l Mo. 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 69325. April H Mo. MATER WELL Drilling any depth or size, 0. T. Clark and Spn C. R. Clark, Caie, Ark., 803 East Ave. B. Hope, Ark. April J8-1 Mo. EE Jess Morris {or custom slaughtering and cold storage at Community Ice. Phone 7-2344 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo. The United States exported 304,545 tons o/ cotton seed oil in 1954 ompared to a prewar annual aver? age of 3,347 tons. Awnings anvas Awnings «n4 metal awnings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating »Jd-blind.*. ' TodsiyVea'njes'; ;'" • New York, at' Cleveland .-, /(night) Boston at Detroit ,-'.-".•..' -V. Washington, at '-Chicago , night) Baltimore at Kansas 'Ciiy; (night SOUTHERN yMemphjs•'•;..: : ; • f ? '':;i5 "i8, ,'Q52 W.e.w .Orjeiins . t;.JS.>8 .619 1 Birmingham ' .— ,'4^ 10 '-^6.5 2 Atlanta-- ; ,.. ;•; ::3l£'l,l-' "" ?ha.ttehopga- .-, : ^ 11 • Nashv.ijlje : ' ..' C:ly 13 Mobile"' : , ' •' ; '^fj8''J2 -, Little Rock'- ''•-' ; '•>'« 16 Atlanta :5, .Wttie. Bpek 4 Chattanooga 12, Mobile 4 Birmingh"afn '7, Memphis ''l (Only 'games scheduled) Garnet Today Little Rock .at Atlanta Memphis at -Birmingham Chattanooga at New Orleans Nashville at Mobile Hot Springs Monroe El Dorado Greenville Vicksburg Pine Bluff W L Pet. GB 5 2 .714 5 2 .714 4 3 .571 1 3 "3 .5JBO IVi 3 'Q *^Art '») •yiy^' 1:9 •»« ! £1 Dorado 13, Pine Hot Sprioes S. Vicksburg 9, Monroe 9,•. ^ .,.,.. i Today'y Qamtf Greenville at 'Hot Springs Pine Bluff «t .E| poi-ado Monroe at Vicksburg. Tulsa Oklahpmi* City 7; fort Worth 5 San Antonio 7; Houston I - 7 W6ITEHN LEAQUE 4; *, ll; Pes Molnes I CJLEAN-UP/PAINT-UP, FIX-UP MAY 2 to 14 . •. •• . . ( v Today/ more than over •.. v ' IT'S SMART TO MODERNIZE YOUR OWN HOME WITH NEW FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES FROM—J. C. ATCHLEY & CO. LET bUCKETT D0IT... THE ?EST IN STEEL CONSTRUCTION Shed? — Farm Buildings — Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost! DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. North Main Stre«l LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect yoyr eyesight »nd enhance the beauty of your hOfneiwUh correct lighting fixtures, ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 9. Elm Phope 7-2|?9 m ;lpw •Put in tK.pobl.rn, w * the tfrrnlt* control, If Jem!tefre ARKADHPHIA TIRMITI CO. TELL ALL THE DEPARTMENT HEADS ;tO COME INTO THE CONFERENCE ROOM FOR A PEP TALK _^ .—| 6 I HIRED YOU MEN BECAUSE ; ,yOU'RE ENERGETIC WIDE-AWAKE AND ALERT YOU HEABOM6-- POWNTHt ELtVAtOR SHAFT' OLD RUSE CHICAGO. (UP) — Espernolia Plumer, 33, a prisoner at police headquarters, told Jailer Adam Wright yesterday he wanted to phone his expectant wile to see How she was getting along. Wright motioned him to a phono booth near the sergeant's desk when he looked up Plumer was* cone. YOU MAY HAVE BEEN RIGHT, SUAPPINS HNEON MR DANCINQ -i AND SINOINO OFF SECOND A check of the records showed Plumer isn't married. CLEANUP, PAINT-UP, FIX-UP MAY 2 to 14 OUT OUR WAY Answer to Previous Pulzle "BEAUTIFUL. SWEET'? A BEAUTIFUL \ I WHY, THAT'S COMIC SWEET PITCHER I \ ER TRAGIC-THEM On the Air Waves VOOt-llrUL - HUWKOPFUR.'llL JUST WALK TO TWfi CORNER AN0 BACK.',. 600PFORMV LUNGS...ASJPE6O/. MOUTHFUL WITHOUT 1 KNOCKED OUT BY A. FIVE-POUND COCKLEBURS K) THEIR MAMMY & J-f—T':^^ / TAILS.' ! ACROSS 63 Fairy fort \ r I Air waves 6* Fruit drink f ^.rsonVmy, n S*g* w^eeffiVi TIME IS MY TIME FOR YOU! DOWN . .Ml ..; jlOut of danger -| A |-y|Ai 10 rolls' is that of ;2 Greek war god 3 Encounter 4 Bellows . 24 Experts 5 Upper limb 25 Femiri'ine 6 Expire . 7 Electrified particle 8 Beginning 9 Among' 10 Fence opening 31 In a line 11 River in 32 Mud Germany /*..S<l,S*niqr ISAurfcle 47 Sharpens, as a razor j appellation 48 Roster ' 26 Small bottle 4aGeralnt.'s wife i 27 Girl's name 50 Low sand hill i 29 Mountain 52 Alms (comb, form) 53 Goddess of discord I 54Pause J 33 Dines 57 Note in 41 Station (ab.) Guide's scale ! 43 Lamprey 58 Swiss river ; 45 Bay 59 Route (ab.) ; Brighten Up Your Old JEWELRY With Some NEW. We Hove a Complete Stock to Select From. WASH TUBBS WELL. OUR 30V& POMB.YOU MK3HT THA^lK6 TO OLE si ILLIM 1 HAMP5 HEARTIES? IIIP0NOT!Llkt T YBAHi'AM 1 THE mt Ntik, V PALLY! IW6S 60f;Ti & 'HENWI lACrfrtATBLV,,, f BKPORB HE MAY 5MELL/ INTO.PORTl,m -,. A .f»A.*Tl'J. ^•-^-'..l Hi ll««»i^i"ii*?S OH, BUT ^ M INPEED I-ITI5! 21 Permit 23 King's son Set Your Own Time For Me to . . .'•;30 Domtsticated Be of Service to You OUR BOARDING HOUSC ,<ijl« t Hiiwow inlet With Major Hoople O JAkE' VOUE. r";*0 Exclamation p42Tpla-ing bed " l MHOON S !"«P«nfak l sheep 4|4 Cravat ; 4? Pronoun -48 fortification I'M ^UCH A KJIMK1V It4 — <5tVe ' *.'V>TS AND HER BUDDIES JEWELRY & GIFT SHOP 1 19 S. Main Phone 7-2151 ME TIME TO CONJ6OLT'MORE TO GET RICH HEH- \ WWOVO VONSIS CLEAN-UP, PAINT-UP, FIX-UP MAY 2 to 14 - ..-. , . <J?21?uff up i -.'•-.' ••' CAt NIVAL •v Dlelr Turner "C l MOKj'' 1 PUt'AUI'U-UFB By Herihbergar / NOj VA CAN'T HAVE J TASKMASTER ANVTHIN'T EAT.' PLAY PER TH CUSTOMERS? ALLEY OOP to tell'the Aerator to signal when three h- CLEAN-UP piT-ijp, FIX-UP MAY 2 to 14 IBSiS^ssiL^^- . Bv Golbroitli LiM-ii^^iifc^sii ; "Take these to yo^ur daddy and tell him the sun is shining, >, the birds are singing and these little seeds want to root! SWEETIE Plf By Nodine $elxer »PISCILLA'S We Cany o Full Line of ... INTERIOR and EXTERIOR PAINTS. BRUSHES ~ THINNER. CAULKING COMPOUND, and OTHER PAINTING SUPPLIES Alto'-—•' YARD AND GARDEN T06tS and SUPPLIES c«mt In hire »nd §at trtil 1 ! r "I 4re»0 Ih't d§y when ihe't pl<j tneMgh to "

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