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• t Fg4 % ' ' : r HOPfi STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS thufsday, May 11, 19S5 Thursday, May 12, 1955 1 iLONDII Atfcondltloner ti'g Jfoctric Co. ' ^"^TRPT" VT£« ** >••"- SSISCl 'otfhes & Jewelry VvJ»welry Store a>i4.,t. ' ,< rTIRE§, .. - r r prices ,^ ^^"-ANeiNG M*WWktifoti *wait , • SUPPLY COMPANY. w Cost 'insurance' ' . • • " • - tATE FARM MUTUAL CLASSIFIED AM tt<t*tt« lit office Day iefott ft* ' fkA'odi W)l( • b» dcttptM W wWphtir* W»tf aetoftiado- "' It* ol)ow(S<§ »!fh th* "«* _ frw account It tohiA MMfrhMt If'reftdared. , JrhMf On« TBfW -JSW Of Wor* Jj» *6 IS 15 to 20 21 t6 2S t* t6"J9 il td 39 36 to 40 1 tint 75c,p*r inch 3 tim*» ...«i...,..,i. v ....... 60e p«t Inch « tlmei ...UiJE* SOc pet tfieH A^U4 >M UfjfilJ-tj^-lhtllUtfc Jri** ftjt* j—jA HQ1W» CfUwfVu*' UUWfB O*V "Of COff* =Utiv« >ns*rtlbirtfc 1rr«gufor or jkifti data ad* will take the one-day rota. All doily classified advertising copy ^l'n**Tf dbCW0t4fcJ ifHHif 5 r0. iVi* rot DMttllcdtlbri the fOlSWrJB day. ., T TrM,bubllslMr* r«frv« »b* rloht M 1 revlW'br iftJif let! aaverttsorti«fiT» 6f3 tared for publication und to reject orty ^objectionable advertising sufe Initials at one' or , mar* letter*, Otoupg M figures «uch of house M teleohone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be respon- . ?le, for! error! (n Want' Ads untol erroft ore called to our attenfiori after FIRS7 Insertion-' of od and then for ONLY the' ONE Incorrect Insertion' i PROSPECT .7-3431 For Rent UNFURNISHED nAvIy (Wcorat- ed, six. room house. Garage. Garden. 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf DESIRABLE J 3 ' room apartment furnished and bills paid. 204 Bonner' • ' 3-tf fw%_ > t»i—r-,——-—, i | .1 BEDROOM and private bath. 420 Edgewood. Mr. "and Mrs". Guy V. Wood. ,. ~ • 6-6t Political Announcement . Is itithorlzed to an- nmiriCe" tn&t the following are t&ndidates for public office subject to the acuon of the Democratic primary^ electloni: Mayor M. L. HETT1O H. M. (OLIE) OLSON TAL.BOT FEILD, JR. Business For Lease OI*E..$TlPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. ' ' 8-tf Reol Estate for SaU WE SELL 1 '— 'we' rent —: we buy Real Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY • May 9-1 Mo. Udders in the Major Leagues By United Prts* . LEADING BATTERS (Bated en 75 Official At Bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H Pet. Mueller, N.Y. 22 Repulski, St.L. 22 Logah, Mil. Campanella, Brooklyn Schoendienst, St. Louis 25 85 99 95 15 12 21 40 36 34 .421 .364 .358 SPORTS ROUNDUP . By GAYLE TAL80T. 25 94 17 33 .851 22 87 14 30 .345 Awnings OH.*, V i Intf imwra»rta| ti 1 ^d . _ ••• *&**£>*-* t LV«"" 4DAVIS ^^'••• «tri»t ~Phon« /Titll WESTERN SHARES f Diversified Income Fund' ' i "'Y ' ' ( i >"t i SERVICE Hope Anywhere; /Call ut. -^ si top '/°" r C ', r ' ' Tp M° tk » Vf, 4 |1>ic|pr repairs^ • t* i"JlM as^eaf"as'_yofrr l «V DIAL 7-2767 jv :'"'•-MITE K»*. i 'Inspefh'dn . T by . GRIGG Scryice policy 109 South Main St. 7-2772 NICELY FURNISHED 4 roorn 1 apartment, bath and private en, trance. Call 7-3'497. 10-^t SIX : J-oom unfurnished house.. 812 •'"West 4th. $35 a month. Dial 7- 1 '2247. ' , 30-tf 69 ACRE FAR/M with 'good modern home. Contact Mrs. Rice, .Shoyer Springs Road. 32-3t Canvas Awriings and metal awn- Ings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. •• • COOPER-BLANKENSHIP Formerly "Riley Cooper 1615 TeXaS Ave. Ph'one 32*1841 Texarkana, Tex. April 14-1 Mo. Help Wonted WOMEN or young women for full or part 'time- telephone .-work. Good pay, pleasant surrounding's. ! Apply Friday or Saturday to Mr. Noel, Room 31, Hotel Barlow MEN or 1 ., young : men for full or AMERICAN L&AGUE Kallhe, Detroit 26 100 20 39 .390 Kuenn, Detroit 26 110 18 42 .382 Avila, Civ. 26 98 14 32 .327 Vernon, Wash. 25 98 11 32 .327 Bauer, N.Y. 24 98 24 32 .327 HOME RUNS —Snider, Dodgers 9; Furillo, Dodgers 8; Zernial, Athletics 8; Post, Redlegs 7; KltlS' zewski, Itedlegs 7; Mantle, Yankees 7; Kaline, Tigers 7; Lolla'r, White Sox 7. RUNS BATTED IN — Snider, Dodgers 31; Campanella, Dodgers 28; Vernon, Senators 26; Furlllo, Dodffers 24; Fondy, Cubs 24. RUNS — Smith Indians 26; Snider, Dodgers 25; Bauer, Yankees 24; Mantle, Yankees 231 Aaron, Braves 23. HITS— Kuenn, Tigers 42; Mueler-, Giants 40; Kaline, Tigers 39; Repulski, Cardinals 36; • Logan, Braves 34; Aarbn BravesJ Moon Cardinals 34. ' • PITCHING (Based on 3 decisions) rr-. Erskihe, Dodgers : 5-0 1.000; NeWcombe, Dodgers . (4.-0) 1.000; Nichols, Braves- 3-0)'-.IvOOO; Jeffcoat, .Cubs (3.0 1.000; Wynn Indians (3-0) 1.000. NEW YORK IM—Delaware Park, a daring young horse track outside Wilmington, Del., is preparing to bus loose this summer with the greatest series of slake races for lady, or distaff, horses in the history of the turf. In the space of three Saturday, June 18 to July 2, fillies and mares will shoot at a grand total of approximately a quarter-million dollars at the .beautiful plant known as "Little Belmont!" The crown ing piece of Ihe trio, the Delaware Handicap on July 2, is expected to gross around $150,000, with the Winner taking over $100.000 home to her kiddies. "As .nothing approaching this windfall has happened to the daintier sex before, we asked Bryan Field, Delaware's general man- Rifle Club Title Is Won by Hartsfield Last night at Fair Park, Edward Hartsfield nipped David Hendrix by a hair to take the Club Champion Rifle Match to be held ' annually by the Junior Rifle Club; In firing for the Championship cup, only those members who have reached the rank of Sharpshooter or above are eligible to compete. Each shooter fires at a possible 200 score, firing for a possible 50 in each of the four positions, prone, kneeling, sitting and »,„„„ "j , iui T, standing. Hartsfield and Hendriy ^ ap f, enod . to . V? f 1 k both finished with a final total of uh c,h , , . . o up such a distinctive gimmick to 100 popularize his lant. Th -' popularize his plant. The answer was simple— he didn't. A lady did. "All the 1 credit," Fields said with becoming modesty, "goes to my assistant Helen Stairwall, who has been with me ever • since we reopened 'the track in 1944 and has helped me do just about everything except clean the stables. Mrs. Stairwalt 'even fixed oh the 'Distaff Big Three' as the name for our jackpot series." His' assistant set herself to thinking, Field said, when it 'be- COTTON STATES LEAGUE WL'Pct..G Hot Springs El Dorado part time delivery work. Except- Monroe innally. good pay, must be neat „. Bluff appearing and have transporta- FURNISHED. TWO.^ room _ apart men^. -Newly decorated, gara^V ' (No children. > Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 N. Elm. „. , 12-3t For Sale SAND, Gravel/.* topsoll. fill' dirt. Phont.' 7-4392. -A. L., Park* - > • i - 'V* 1 t April. 15-1 ,Mo. 14- i, • * " BABY CHICKS, hire* variety. See these chicks before buying. April ,15 r l Mo. ^ammonia, and ni. ?*iraie sodnrCheap tor casH. J. W. Strickland, -April 21-1 Mo. TWO BEDROOM home/ VA block from Brookwoq'd School at 819 5th. Cfol? frgflft.,. ' CURRY'S Control Co. . Middlebrooki Jr. 7-2822 or- 7-3791 lope Star n, iw afternoon by ,/* , Pr*«ld*nl Mtth, $MP». TWO "BEDROOM^ house, ^Tufit on 'slab, asphalt tile floors and car port. Call 7-2993, Fletcher Easterling. i 6-«t §JX BEDROOlrf; i- 2 story -house with,2'/fc baths. Ideal for rooming house, 2 blocks from town Priced fight. 521 South Main. W. H. Fin- Cher, Phpnq 7.-2209. M.ax.10-1 Mo. ., ,hens -7 Ideal for free?sine. "Orders tak'en for 10" of moie. Phone 7-4620, 'U-3t -rt- l REEli type electrtc mower with automatic rewind on cprd. Phone T-«{J40. • ' t Niw~TWO BEDROOM',hotne, Mqc- king B(rd lane, Paved street. SmaJJ, down _pajyrno,nt, rest lifcf rent.. T. N. Belew, Prospect 74308. J2-3t FOUR ROQM house,'.seven miles north of ' Lewisville, - Sunray; • Camp, *o be moved. Mail bids tp R. W. Shannon, Lewisville, Ark. Bidding close; 12 noon, Mav if. .l2-3t tibn. Absolutely no selling'.or canvassing. Apply Friday and Saturday, Mr. Noel, Room 31, Hoti>l Barlow. . ' 12-3t Funeral Directors (j)AltCREST Funeral Home. Insurance' . .'. Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel ... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HEJStNDO^CORNEIilUS • Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-SS70 or 7-5505. - ' - ' • 33-1 Mo. The Negro Community " fly Helen Turner Phone 7-583Q Or bring items to Miss Turner at Hicks FUheral Home There will be a^ joint/'.meeting at the Church of God: Ip Church Sunday, May. 15, a't 1 : p. m. Guest churches are Emmet, Washington prid Oza'n. "Eld. • N.'^. - Mark will]' Continue tha • revival 'through next week." Greenville Vicksburg 10 9 8 7 6 5 10 .625 .600. .533 .467 .429 .333 Yesterday's, Results Hot Springs 6, Vicksburg 4 Greenville at El, Dorado (Ppd rai.n) Monroe at Pine Bluff rain 'n i\ 2'/ 3 41 \ . V Today's Games Hot: Springs at Greenville Vicksburg at MOnroe El Dorado at Pine: Bluff NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn New York Milwaukee Chicago St. Louis Pittsburgh Cincinnati Philadelphia 22 > 3 13 11 13 12 13 14 10 12 11 14 9 16 8 17 .OOU <j ,542 S\ .520. 9 .481 10 •455J IP 1 / .440 11 .300-13 .320 :i4 Nelson-Hill' Post TNo. 427 sponsored a Mother's ,D^y, program on Sunday, May 8, at Lonoke, Baptist Church; There were three awards made to ejiehigold star mother and one to the! oldest mother; The prp-| gram was well attended and enjoyed by all. Yesterday's; Results Kilwaukee 8, Pirates 3 Chicago 10, Brooklyn 8 >« New York 6, Cincinnati 3 ^ St. Louis C, Philadelphia 5 Tpday>» Games Philadelphia at Cincinnati (n,ight Brppklyn at Milwaukee night Pittsburgh at Chicago *• New York »t St.' Lpyiis (night) .AMEBIOAN 'LEAGUE Clev&nd :'.' ; ^ *- ^' GB Chicago New Yprk 'Jessie Key of Gurdon died at his May 1. Funerai Service* Offered UATTRESf renovation a^d innyr- •pring work Cobb' Mattrew Co. 8|4 South WMhlnfton. Fhont . . Mar, «-tf RAJ.PH Montgomery Market. Cu§- flau|hterlng, Phone 7-336}. 10-1 Mo. WATER WELL Drilling any depth or size, 0. f. Clark and Son C. R. Clark, Cale, Ark., 203 East Ave. 8, Hppe, Art t i t April 18-1 Mp. SPECIAL - $200 down to G< I, at $POO down to non-GI, balance like r«nt' This " lovely hoine $3* living room, dining room, kitc- hjep, two bedrppms and new pa- n,eled den,«tha^ will kno^k youv e/es out. Floor furnace, attic fan, carport and St. Augustine ?pwn,.also wji; gp with thi^ special val,ue, located at 304 East 15th St. r pon't jyait call Bill Rou- tpn at — * . ' FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 Sp. Main fit. 5>R-7-4691 . day ' eight KofJee mur»Uy <3pn 7-3244, arrangements are incomplete. ; ?' (Mrs,' Zadie Jones had as dinner guest, on Sunday, May 8. Rev. anc Mrs. T; J.' Rhone, Mr. and -Mrs Bradford oif Prescott and Rev. Linsejf, of California and Mrs. Mi nerya Lindsey oif Hope. Friends of Jake Stuart (Will be glad to know, that he is doing fine ^ft.er undergoing syrgery in a locaJ hospital. ' Senior Ch.oir of Rising Star .Baptist church will .rehearse Sunday May 15, after Sunday School, asking ail #)$nihers to be present please. The Chi-istjan Unipn Community Club will give a wiener roast May 21, at the regular meeting place E. 9 N, a.nd D,eyvey St. The is in,vitefl. ; ; Ugol Notice NOTICE IN THg P«PIIATi; COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, No. 991 ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF W. J. Arnold, deceased Last known address of decedent: 808 East Second Street, Hope, Arkansas. pf dea,tb: March 14, 1955. The undersigned was appointed! rix of the estate ef the pi .. decedent on tiys 13 txtf April, 195§. AU persons having claims against £st#te must exhibit them, duly Boston Baltim ore 1? 7 15 9 14'10 -15 U •10 14 10 15 10 17 8 18 .625 .583 .577 .417 .400 .379 ,320 11 Yesterday's Detroit 7, Washington 0 Cleveland 4,. New York 3 Boston 4, Chicago 3 Kansas City 2, Baltimore 0 ' Today's Games Cleveland, at /Washington i (night) Chicago at Baltimore night Kansas City at Boston (Only games scheduled) SOUTHERN A$SQCIATION New Orleans Birmingham Memphis Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville Mobile Little Rock 20" 19 18 18 15 9 11. 13 '13' 18 21 22 Pet. PB .645 . ;594 : 2 2 ZV, 6 .581 .56,3 '.455 .300 icy, .267 ll>/, Yesterday 1 * Atlanta at Little Rock, rain, Birinmgham 9, New Orleans 4 Chattanooga 5, Memphis 3 Nashville 9, Mobile"3- • Today's Gamet Atlanta at Little Rook: Ne\y Orleans #t Birjnwigljam Memphis at Chattanooga (2) Atlanta at Little Rock-: By The Associated Press AMERICAN A§SOC(AT(ON Denver 11-11; Charleston 10-10 Mineapolis ftrl; Indianapolis Toledo 6; Omaha 2 lj St. tdt iwdersjgacd wjthih " ' ' "- the estate, from, gnjr f»r«t in th« 5th, TEXAS LEAGUE Tulsa 3; Shrevepprt 1 (U in- City 4 '; Antonio, t. 7.;. .. Houston 6; Dallas 8 Fort Worth at !San Colorado 3. . §; pes CUy pos1 f o»ed came apparent badly needed that an their track •outstanding fixture of some sort upon .which national interest .could be fo'cused. "We are in the biggest competitive position of any track in the country—not in any wheel or circuit—and we had to have something with which we could go to the top,"-Field explained. "There was no ,sense in aping the Derby or Preakness idea. Othe,r things' in racing had been grabbed by one track or another. Therefore, Mrs. Stairwalt decided, we had to fix on something that had been neglected, fillies and mares." Phillies Again Lose/Mayo in Trouble By-ED WILKS Of The Associated Press 'The Philadelphia Phillies didn't think much of Terry Moore as a manager, but the old 'Gas House pang guy really belted one on the butlon when he wished his succes- ,sor Mayo Smilh "a lot of kick because he has a tough job ahead." • That /was last October, after' the Philsj'h'a'd wound up-fifth, 22 games behind the pennant-winning,. New York Giants and owner Bob Carpenter decided Moore hadn't shown ! ehough "experience" in his three .months as manager. • So they called upon Mayo,' six ; years a minor league manager, to take over. ! Now Mayo and.the Phillies are in the cellar, 14 games back of pace-selling . Brooklyn and snarled in an 11-game losing streak. The St. Louis- Cardinals extended Mayo's troubles last'night, beating the Phillies 6-5. Brooklyn' also "slumped" yesterday, or what amounts to. a slump for the Dodgers.. They lost one. The Chicago Cubs did it, .beating Russ Meyer's .hex and' 'snapping the Brooks' 11-game-third' defeat- Elsewhere in the Natioha, ' Milwaukee finally beat Pittsburgh 8-3 and New York defeated Cincinnati 3. •.,',. •:. : .' . • .'..'. In the American League, Cleveland swept its twbrgame series in New York, beating- the Yankees 4-3 despite Bob Turley's three-hitter and-. 11 strikeouts. Boston edged Chicago 4r3, ending a five- Uame losing string. Ned Garver rield Washington to. three hits for a 7-0 Detroit victory, and Kansas City beat Baltimore 2-. ' ' The Cards tagged Robin -Roberts 'or 11 hits in seven frames last night. Ron Mrozinski was the loser n relief as Harry Elliott, . Stan Musial and Rip Repuslki doubled 'or two runs in the eighth after :he Phils had taken a 5-3 lead. Herb Moford was the winner, in •elief of Larry Jackson and jtobby ["iefenauer. . At Chicago, the Cubs beat Meyer or the first time since July 16, 950. Ernie Banks' first major eague grand-slammer, finished Meyer. Dee Fondy homered for hree runs off Clem Labine in the hird and Billy" Loes, fifth Brook itcher, gave up a pinch single to iValker Cooper in the seventh that In case of a tie the shorter with the most "10's" or dead center hull's is declared the winner. Hartsfield topped Hendrix by 1 bulL thus.winning the match. Sharpshooters competing and their scores are.as follows: ^Edward Hartsfield 138, David. Hendrix 138, Don Lloyd, 136, Charles I-win 135, Jimmy Walters .133, A. W.' Martin 132, Dick Bittle 127 Richard Rothwell 124, Jerry Garrett 113, Albert Hargis 107, Kenneth iRidgdill 100' and Larry Garrett and Vonni.e Edwards 97. ' •Prizes were also given .for 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th place with the. 5th place'winner'berhg only 5 points be- Ford's Practice 63 Tops of Spa Meet By AftDE.N COOPER HOT SPRINGS, (ft— More than 100 golfers had Doug Ford's practice 63 as a target today as the. first round of the $15.000 Arlington' provided the winning marker. Jim Davis was the winner in relief as Brooklyn outhit the cubs 14 to 9,- but slammed into five double plays. Cleveland knocked Turley off his fivje-game winning streak by. making the most of nine walks. Turley, who now has 57 strikeouts in 54. innings, also hit a baiter and wild- pitched the first Tribe run home. Mickey' Mantle and Andy Carey hit home runs off Early Wynn, but the Cleveland right-hander was tough when he had to be, giving but five hits for his third success without defeat. Boston .beat the White Sox on Billy Klaus' first major league homer, a two-run rob in " the seventh, plus some brilliant relief work by Ellis Kinder that -saved Fran Sullivan's third victory. • Virgil Trucks was the loser. , , Washington had only one hit off Garver until the seventh with the Detroit right-hander going to work with the bat as well to drive in a pair of L runs, Al Kaline homered for the Tigers. Dean Stone was the loser. Little Bobby Shantz two-hit the Orioles for .Kansajs City, taking over for Alex Kellher,' who pulled out with a kink in,'his back in the fourth. Single syb Gus Zernal and in Finigan scored the tvvo runs of floser Lou, Kretlow. " Whitey Lockman's three-run homer and Monte Irvin's two-run clout were all Jim Hearn neded to post his fifth victory for the Giants at Cincinnati. A three^run homer by Eddie Mathews arid Joe Adcock's two- run double powered the Braves to their firs.t success against Pittsburgh this season after four defeats, Chet;Nichols remained Mi waukee's only unbeaten starter Claiming. his third decision an eight-hitter. If you need a Trailer . . . See Us WE RENT U-HAUL and hove several on hand now that are ready to go. All Kinds of AUTO GLASS WYLIE Glass & Salvage Co. W.ir Ird Srr«» OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Visiting Around Arkansas BY JOE MARSH ST. FRANCIS COUNTY In. the Crow/ey R/e/ge Counfry St. Francis County is striving for a. b.a.la.nceti economy by seeking inore industry, Cotton thrives in the rich alluvial soil, while noted Crowley's Ridge is well suited fpr fruit ttiuj cattle raising. Recently tl'ie County obtained 9 garment factory, natural gas service,, and the laj'*«9t steaw generating plant in Arkansas, The cflunto geat, Forrest was nanjed for General brewing industry, too, is proud of its heritage in American progress and industry. Besides being a major purchaser of farm products, it provides enterprise for many small, independent businessmen who strive to serve their products in clean, wholesome surroundings under their indv»try'l sell"regulation program. of Civil W«T tW*- St. JrwOi became • county in 1IS7, » n4 || V 4ki&§^ »'rr-»l"» 1 "'>'y." ^^^mjM^M.^ low the 1st place winner. ; The Junior Club, this week, recei-j ved 4 rifles from the U. S. Gov't. as, a result of continued compliance' With National Rifle Association rules and regulations. Along with the rifles donated to the Club by the Kiwanis, Rotary and Lions Clubs, the Club now has 7 match target rifles. Next Tuesday and Wednesday nights, members will fife to qualify for awards issued by the Director of Civilian Marksmanship.' Hotel Open golf tournament got underway at Hpt Springs Country Club. Ford, well-known pro from Kia- rriesha Lake, N. Y. finished his fine round yesterday just before a heavy rain halted practice. There was threat of -more rain for today's first round play. Ford's marvelous round, (plus other sub-par practice performances), brought forecasts of low scores. Par on the 6,971 yaicl course is 72. USED MACHINES $19,95 up SINGER SEWING CENTER 108 South Elm Phone 7-5840 HERE COME THE PUPPIESTOGREETME- ISN'TTHATCUfE? JUMP UP <5rj MV SHOULDERS ' AND ItUcSlvE you A SIDE HOME 5-I2 02ARK (Kl - LEO'S GARAGE - Sub-Dealer for FORD TRACTOR & PARTS "Our repair shop is as near as your telephone" For All • CARS • TRUCKS • TRACTORS • EQUIPMENT , Leo Kartsfield — Owner and Operator 413 S. WALNUT PHONE 7-4314 Biblical Bit Answer to Previous ACROSS I——of Betjilehem 9 Nephew of Abraham DOWN 1 Hardens 2 Large plant 3 Opera by Verdi 8 Slayer of Abel 4 "On the 121roquoian seventh day Indian H * • " i 13 Age i 14 Singing voice j 15 Scatters, as 7Make Iace 'i«» * • /• 8 Israelites' ; 16 Pewter com of L and of ; Thailand Promise •17 Require \ 9 Malt drinks 18 Perched 10 Followers 5 Conducts 6 Worthless table scrap OUT OUR WAY By J. h. 23 Fish sauce 24 Colombian Indian 25 Unclpsed . . 26 Lure 27 Girl's name 28 Genuine ..|20 Antiquated 11 Complication 29Plant part 39 Stable compartments 41 Exorcist 42 Govern 43 Geralrit's wife : 44-Eat "•'•••••' ,-;.:V.. 46 First king of. 1 Israel- ••. . ; ..;: ; ARE OUR BUSINESS We specialize in effective terintt« control. If fermife$\re th*- problem, we have the answer. There's no charge for •n inspection so call on pur long experience now. ARKADELPHIA TERMITE CO. 1032 Main Street Phone 1057 ARKADELPHIA ARKANSAS 21 Abstract being 19 Compass point 31 Narrow, fillet 47>'Gra'fted (her.) K 22 Vegetable 20 Writing. 34 Hammer head 48 Bamboolift*'' Moore Bros. Serving You Since 1896 FREE DELIVERY — DIAL 7-4431 CHUCK ROAST Lb. Round Steak T-Bone Steak Lb. SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. HALF or WHOLE HAMS PICNIC HAMS FRESH FRYERS Lb. Rib Steak Ground Beef I Dwelling •26 Flags 3.0'Pendent 31 Greek letters 32 Rot flax by exposure 33 Before 34 Bucket 35Mfss West .3(5 Opinion 38 Book of s •40 Scottish w sheepfold »41 Wager ;42 Fortification ;45Expunger ; 49 Distinct part 1 50From. (o ' . Beersheba ^52 Narrow way :53 Row 54 Poem .'55 Musical instrumenj ;S6Rjver in ' A Germany 'f>1 ".Cast thy • ——s into the «ca" 58 Wiriter vehicle CARNIVAL implements 37 Volcano's 22 Apostle to the . mouth Gentiles 38 Through ' grass ' ...". 50 Put on,, 51 Fruit drink -'' 3 Z3 36 15 53 9 . W 3Z. W W CONTIWUEP ON k46E M SECTION C I'LL BET THAT't-L B& WHX MOTHERS. 66T <SRAV WASHTUBBS OUR BOARDING HOUSf W,>h Dick Turner IT g& r ATtue THE ROLL 8y?—X'M06T' ; '--.7 BUSINESS By Hershbergm PAjWOMNvCpCRAlJ 1 LOST ME .. &DPIED WOT MWrJS THBy KAD.SO ^ |VV..'V I;--.".".-" -'.-. .-i :.: ...'itf.-Kifl «"¥>*.' ••",*-•• '""i.l -SaiVVi'iwiiff'V* WV5A.--JiSEjW .., • .•,•(.'•<• r. •'•;,- •• .-v' •••!..- -.j.'.Lij'or. ••A''>^^""te^.v'-j^.t«fej3jj|i|a'.diia'l^j3jBa SWP* tOOTS AND HER BUDDIES . VOWi BHG5 iUNNY QUART SIZE MIRACLE WHIP Qt. Sausage Lbs. Pork Chops So help me, Pet, I'll never lift another wallet in a bqs. at crowded as that— I must* put it in somebody else's ' pocket!" * SrDEGIiANCES By 6<>lbr«IH» Lb. STEW MEAT Lbs. ^ Swansdown New ^ I ' l-'i* -" Cake Mixes Poxti i Gallon Ice Cream DRY SALT ~~ '' ~*~ ___'.i T. M. «... U. S. Nl. Off. C*>». l«5j fcr NIA i«ry|<t, Inc. •" g. 1 3 t; "I :dpn't like to discourage you, young man. but my (|. ; • daughter has expensive tastes!" iWIETIf Pll By Nadine S«lzer 'vf":^r^'||||«gfs\?;»ilj|fpJl|^» v^--m.5Hlw!^i!i T -'''*^''^*|r^.''^ ALLEY OOP "Jim will know better than to call homt at nopn „.,., M . , m»rried a few weeks—wait till she runt him r«ggtd for _ , thread, bobby pi«» and pet'hoWtnJ" f t '< t » *i *• fi*, * jf J - 1 . i, t 4 «b ^ttHUff^fl^m^^tt^m^tvltlHtpMfHIHlit NOB0PY WEAR!NGx^...THERE A JUMPED OC BVSQSH, OOP, \SHOPSIN THOSE SURE I NUU.IOMS ( ' 'I' m MACHINE/ PDF Is . in Love a As eny<?ne THI STORY OF MARTHA WAYNR j 3W i <*fc"^f'*?RWl?T!»^^PP^^P' , .If*!. 1 .— , «. .„„ - , „,„, , .

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