Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 14, 1955 · Page 16
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 14, 1955
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* * PI S t A 1, HOPI, ARKANSAS ' Tuesday, Jime 34, •Ihost tMr&& lay e£gs, efojKsrf, viviparity. appTovea caace? 8i tfee tiffed States. L CLOSE OUT , StAT COVERS HiOMA f IRE ft SUPPLY ,< ^COMPANY gefg-i.4 .-.*.t< . ., ._^ .>..... REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE REPAIR 1 r*W E, 3rd 7-2809 LUCK'S - ; »» rURNlTURE CO. § '•" |Uft* *f City Limit. W.rt O.llon W.Ur ••«••!• for ••!• | f»ft>A<k 7-43rt'< ;H»1«f Artt; Ibb'YOU NBED-IUMBER? , Sldin«i S43, flooring, WM2" ftouflh boxing. or 7^974 [WESTERN SHARES iratfltd Income Funtf from I. S. BATES IEE-T-MITE ^..mmrmm, Control Scrvlc* |4f rfne Inspection FiOwnw! & Operated by >* ![ r jff x j GUY GRIGG Service policy " Sourh Main St. 7-3445 or 7.2772 rCMJRRY'S .MV(-3|v''w !•» »• Control Co. Jtl-lf "li " ; { fcJIfONDED • INSURED i • GUARANTEED r i» *' ;; For Free Inspection ', "> ca " A. P. Middlebrooki Jr. " T > X2822 or 7-3791 CLASSIFIED Atf* Mutt Be In Office Sty Bef«rt PtiUlcitloh WANT AD RATES Alt Wont ATS ore poydbl* In advance but ads will be . accepted over the' telephone qnd oecomeda- tion accounts allowed'With the understanding the account is payable when •statement li'rehdsred. Number Of Words Up to 15 16 to 20 i] to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One Day .75 .90 t.OS 1.20 1.35 1.50 three Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six bay] 1.SO 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 One Mortfh 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 lime 75c per Inch 3 times 60c per Inch 6 times 50c per inch Rates quoted above are for con* tecutiye Insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy- will be accepted Until 5 p. m. tor publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or 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 FURNISHED Apartment 3 rooms. Private bath, also bedroom with private bath. 1002 3rd., Phone 73184. 8-6t Polity Announcement The Star Is authorized to an- nouhce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary election*: For Mayor . B. L. RETTIO H. M. XOLIE) OLSOIf TALBOT FEILD. JR. Real Estate for S*k WE Sell-Rfnt and Buy Real Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13- IMq, Wanted WHITE Ijady to live in home and care for elderly couple. Call 7-3323 or 7-2G33. 13-3t Local Woman with a pleasing personality for a part time jpb. Must have car for local use. Good pai. Hours to convenience of employee. Write Mrs. Mack Stuart, Route 1, Htipc.. 14-3t Business For Least ONE SlfPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and .Laurel.' Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. . 8-tf UNFURNISHED 4 room house. Hardwood floors, garage. Phone 7-4426. 10-6t THREE -large furnished rooms. Private Uath, upstairs. 203 high Street. 10-tf NICE 4 room furnished garage apartment. Also Garage. Phone 7-3497. 13-Gt MODERN 3 bedroom house. Close- in. Phone 7-2901. .14-3t FURNISHED 3 room garage apartment Phone 7-2205/ 14-3t Tw* • Experienced • Mechanic* New ft Used '/ PARTS ilXTRA: SPECIAL! SAVE , t jfr-W I^B Gal. 26.9 $8? ?* r , 20 0 Ap#l«> Gal. ^T.y '),r * •*« 1 Qlosi& k-?, W«tt 9rd Street A lope Star 19, weekdpv afternoon by ipwwiN^ca ^liS*ii5H'—• <! '- Twi< WMtitoni, Iditor •, i t cl«M Hop*. ArkonMf. MM* t, ion. Mi» Audit •ura«* •• Rotes (pgyobi* In ad- Mrrbr in Hop* qnd n»l(jhborlnfl '.^••VT»'w'»v j ip M *'*v*^' 1 ' Mf- t|j| . »»^y««*»*»*fM«|Mr-»" J!** *«• 6*5.0 SIX Room Cape Cod House, 27 acres, electricity,. Old Fulton Hy. West. Phone 7-3759. . 14-3t For Sola SAND, Gravel, topsoil, fill dirt. Phone 7-43,92. A. L. Park. May 15-1 Mo. TWO B.EDROOM home 1% block fronv-Brbokwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574.? 28-tl TWO FRAME homes, with acreage, close-in, low down payment. SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Phone 7r3760. May 17-1 Mo. CABIN on Little River. Phone 73506. 8-6t REMODELED Upright Piano, has mirrow on top. Mahogany finish. Reasonable. Phone 7-2455. 14-6t Qff«rtd MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring work- Cobb Mattress Co. • 810 South • Washington. Phone 7-2823. Mar. 4-tf MOVING? Long Distance Moving. . All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Prescott, Ark. Free Estimate. ; May 14-tf HOUSE moving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillety, 'Prescott, Phone 842-K11. May 23-lMo. SERVICES OFFERED RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat for your deep freeze. See us before buying. Junel3-l Mo. Funeral Director! OAKCREST, Funeral Home, Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd Si Hazel... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5870 or 7-5505. 23-1 Mo. Help Wonted WANTED AT ONCE—Rawlelgh Dealer in S. Hempstead Co. or Hope. See Sales Manager, PO Box 2467, DeSoto Station, Mamphis, Tenn. today or write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKE-641-F, Mem phis, Tenn. 14-lt Hope Pours It on Fouke Team by 12-0 Tally Behind the three hit pitching ofj ionny Griffin, the Hope Legionnair- j es slaughtered the Fouko Hornets: 2'0 last night in Legion iPark Hope now has a five game Winning «treak. . ;/•.. Sonny Griffin allowed only, three 1 singles, two being ot the blooper ype, picked up his first victory of the season. He gave up two walks while striking out 9 in seven innj ngs. ; , The Legionnaires scored quick as, hree runs crossed the plate in the' 1 irst on back to back doubles by,; Johnson and While, a walk .single', Beasley and two fieltlyrs choices. Reeder Huddleston started the jail rolling in the second for the Legionnaires as he homered over Jie left center field wall. Johnson "allowed with a double, White a, single, Boyett a single, Beaslny a; single, a walk, a double by W. H. Gunter, error, and a double by Griffin giving the Legionnaires a- total of six runs for the innings. The other three runs came in the fifth inning on a single by Griffin, a walk, double by Johnson, and a single by Boyett. JRed Clark was charged with the loss pitching only one and two- thirds inriings. He gave up 9 runs on 10 hits, walked 2 and fanned none. Thursday night, the Hope Legionnaires will play the Nashville Cubs in Legion Park starting at 8 p. m. The last time these two teams met COTTON STATES LEAGUE Monro.e ; El Dorado Hot Springs Greenville Pine Bluff Vicksbure W L Pet. GB 27 18 .600 26 19 .578 1 24 21 .533 3 23 21 .523 3'/ 2 23 22 .511 12 34 .26,1 15 Ya Yesterday's Results Greenville 2, Vicksburg 0 Monroe 13, El Dorado 0 Pine Bluff 8,, Hot -Springs 7 Today's Games El Dorado at Monroe Greenville at: Vicksburg . Pine Bluff at Hot Springs SOUTHERN Chattanooga Memphis Atlanta Birmingham New Orleans Nashville Mobile Little Rock ASSOCIATION W L Pet GB 38 28 .576 34 26 .567 37 29 .561 35 28 .556 33 27 .550 30 32 .484 26 34 .433 18 47 .277 19'/ 2 Yesterday's Results Birmingham 7, Chattanooga 3 Memphis 7, Mobile 2 Atlanta 5, Nashville 4 New Orleans 5, Little Rock 3 Today's' Games Chattanooga at Birmingham Nashville- at Atlanta (Only games scheduled) AMERICAN Notice JESS Morris for custom slaughter- ing'and prpcessing meats at Community Ice Co. Phone 72244 or'7-3578; June 3-1 Mo. WE have purchasers for Homes— Business property and Farms If you want to sell or rent any of these propertys list with. FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13-3t Awnings Canvas Awnings and metal qwn< Ings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. OQOPER-BLANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper J<JJ5 Texas Ave. Phon? 32-1811 Texarkana, Tex. May M-l Mo. WANTIDTOBUY t GAS HIATiRS REAVES BARGAIN HOUSE ond PAWN SHOP u« AIR-COND(TIONIR H«mm Tirt f Appl«an«« Co. York Chicago Cleveland Detroit Boston Washington Kansas City Baltimore LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 38 20 .655 .627 2V! .600 32 19 33 22 30 24 25 31 22 32 22 34 18 38 3% .556 6 .446 12 .407 12 .393 15 .321 21 Yesterday's Result* (No games scheduled) Today's Games Cleveland at Washington 2) Chicago at Baltimore night) Detroit at New York night) Kansas City at Boston NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn Chicago New York Milwaukee Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Louis Pittsburgh W 43 13 33 24 29 27 28 28 23 30 22 29 22 30 18 37 Pot. GB .768 .579 .518 H .500 15 ,434 18>2 .431 18'/i .423 19 .327 Yesterday's Result! Cincinnati 6. Milwaukee 4 (Only games scheduled) Today's Games Brooklyn at Cincinnati night) Philadelphia at Milwaukee night) Pittsburgh at St. Louis night) New York at Chicago AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Denver 6, Charleston 3 St. Paul 9, Indianapolis- 1 Louisville 8, Minneapolis 6 Toledo. 3, Omaha a TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 5, Houston 0 !Forl Worth 6. San Antonio Tulsa 12, ShrevepOA't 4 Oklahoma City 8. Beaumont 2 WESTERN LEAGUE Colorado Springs 5, Lincoln. \ Pu&b\o I, §ipuj( City 3 Des Moines 5, Wichita 3 average' American consum Hope edged them 5-4 in Hope Johnson, ss White, 2b Boyelt, e Beasley, Ib B. Gunter, 3b W. H. Gunter, If Duke, cf Griffin, p Lane, rf Huddleston, rlf. (2> TOTALS 11 innings. AB R H 433 523 412 Chips Down in College Series OMAHA (#>— The baseball should 413 really be buzzing around the prem- 3 1 1'ises today in the NCAA College 0 II World Series fourth round as un- 1 ! beaten Western. Michigan (3-0) 312 tangles again with Wake Fore.-;t 000 (2 ' 1 > ancl Arizona's Wildcats f2-li 1 meet the ' Oklahoma Aggies 2-1. s w ' n or ' ieac ' f° r l ' 1c show- 4 4 1 32 34 12 17 Fouke D. Altaway, 2b Friday, If J. Attaway, rf B. Attaway, rf (63 Roberts, 3b Combs. Ib Peav'y, c Robertson, cf SCOfibi-.IS, SS Clark, p Lary. p (2) TOTALS ers permanently for Wake Forest. AB R H the Wildcats' ancl the Aggies. Western Michi ° an could lose and still be around. If the alert Michigan 300 ern Michi ° an could lose and still 2 Q 2 Q Q I Broncos should be roped and tied. 100 ' = "''' ="•""• '" vo = f chance " I: I Wednesday while Wake Forest " •'•'mnofo 1hf> Wilripat-Aeeif" \vinnnr 300 300 301 2 0 1 000 200 24 0 3 meets the Wildcat-Aggie winner. Cuba, outpointed Ludwig Lightburn 138',.2, British Honduras, 10. Toronto — Earl Walls, 201, Canada, outpointed Billy Gilliam, 210% Newark, N. J. Saginaw. Mich. — Al Andrews, 158 St. Paul, Minn., outpointed Duke Harris, 147','a, Detroit 10. Indiana million. Fights Last Night YOUR PERSONAL LIABILITY ;*&t<4 i^'si^Awr*. TuesJoy, June 14, 1$55 ft«M It A*. Mtit •* AAtAftlAft population exceeds OZARR IKI WADE DAGWO£>D PRESENT OF Tf«l IS CHAIR YEARS AGO-Gfer IJr? DEAR I CALL THIS MY "LITTLE GOLD MINE . .BUT I DOtfT SEE LEROY. J6V6R,, ._, ' AROUND//WITH 6LINX.V 25-30- BO-HERE'S YOUR FlFTV CENTS) OFtWALL tO TAKE SUCH AN INTEREST \N OUR. TEAM.' HOWDY, MR. MILLS.. AH BROUGHT TH' WHOLE GAN<3 WITH ME T 1 SE£ LEROY PITCH HIS FIRST LITTLE LEAGUE SAME FOR TH JUNIOR BASEBALL WOOLENS? OLD Seed about' ready to harvest on 30 or- more acres Ky 31 Fescue. Anyone Interested may harvest on halves. Hrghway 67 Eflit OUT OUR WAY 0'Malt*y «M^ There will be a Revival OH, IT'S ONLY OLP "LICK ANP A PROMISE"HIMSELF/ I J THOUGHT IT WAS ONE OF > VOUR (SLAMOUE GIRL SISTERS.' MOW J WOW'T NEED THESE WAITIM'TOOLS-- WOW. WHAT A BREAK. VOU GUVS )V£AH, JU5TV WE'LL STfrKT • at the CHURCH OF CHRIST SOT ^ WAIT TILL % WITH THI5 BOOM/ "t*¥l tit I' 1 II ;C- <•*••• *-M 10 1 **t t& l*«»y 4L. . -1. Answer to Previous Puzzle BMP (f SLIM 5j ivt^ii>wrii* u auoJsr.iNttaMfc* Cinema Actor By The Associated Press New York — Isaac Logart, ACROSS ) Cinema actor, -- Curtis 5 He is a native of - York City 8 He is ailm 55 Genus of maples 50 Sea bird 57 Stray 58 Scatters, as hay DOWN 1 Diadem 2 Most unusual 3 Tidier 4 Sweet potato 5 Wealthy person 0 Elude 7 Merchandise . ... may bring disaster Did you ever stop to tliink of the results of an accident on your property? An injury to a visitor or a tradesman or anyone oil your premises, resulting from your negligence, rimy cause you a large financial loss. A Comprehensive Liability policy will protect you. 5th and Grady 12 Notion 13 Miss Gardner 14 Peel 15 First man, JB Prohibit 17 Solar disk 18 Dot flux 1!) Veins of ore 21 Also 22 Peer Gynt's mother 23 Fat 2<! Short-napped 1'abiic 25 British streetcar 27 Go by 29 Recede 31 Raced 32 Beam 33 Worthless ' table scrap 34 Portal 3G Snakes 39 Diamond- cutter's cup 40 NauticaFcrane 44 High card 40 Compass point 47 Papal cape 48 Flee (slang) 49 Horse's neck hair 51 Measure of cloth 52 Raw silk weight 53 Passage in the brain' 54 Pedal digit 37 King's residence 38 Frightened 20 Part 39 Resign 26 Go by aircraft 41 Rugged mountain spur 42 Courage 43 Sicker 45 Persian • | princes 50 Sea eagle } 7 (afKfm ^f \lS^95ibtNt« S*r»!c«.lii Starting JUNE 20 Through JUNE 26 WASHTUBBS P/oy Safe . 28 Social insects 8 Mineral spring 30 Preposition HIOW,,.WITH COVBIUU.S / WE WILL STOP TO OVER OUR / PHONE A REPORT FATIfiUB UNIFORM* \ tfr* 5UCCBS3 THIS TIME 1 .WfcTCH-POR-ft* PIRT KOKD TOTHB 9 Turkic tribesmen 10 Amphitheaters 11 Cleaves 31 Universal language 34 Give 35 Kitchen utensil Consult your Insurance Agent as you would your Doctor or Lawyer ROY ANDERSON INSURANCE AGENCY Services will begin each evening at 8 O'clock. Everyone is invited THE W55ILE- BECOVERY TRUCK. NWIA WHEN YOU'D .LOVE TO LIVE FOREVER OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopl* Look ! Mercury gives you four big STUMBLE ONTO Listen/ rve ENTERED A «50O IfUSUeCTUAL -PUZZLE you <sNe M A .HIt^T ?-«" \MHA-T FAMOUS 5AYIN1G' DOES THIS "VlOLEMCS DEPSMD6 EVE-TO IF', TRS AE& MOT ALL, OM A COUPLE OF DlPFEEEf^T Of 6Ti?oseue Llr^SA TAFPV PDUL VX>TS AND HER BUDDIES reasons for buying during June By Dick Turner ^1 /\' > -'-' 5; iH? — ~^^^?^% : ^ <^s~^~^. BUGS BUNNY By Henhberqar ALLEY OOP S/ WHAT AM SUPFpSEP THEY'VE SOT ^ TO &O; PAOLOCKE'P /BREAK GOOD MORMiNG, I WOMMUG...ANP PRE5U RIGHTA AS PRETTV / PERMIT) A FAIR OF > iyiE...PCXTDRS/CX»MMMlDOS OOP.ANP^ASl BoOM/JlL. eeEN! **•<!•«. u. a. p«« o» C«f r. 1965 by NEA Stole* h« just said that it seems to me this 'pay as you go* television is already here!" SIDE GLANCES By GdlbraJth SHOWN ABOVE IS the newest Mercury of all—the sleek, low-silhouette Montclair 4-door Sedan. Powerful 198-horsepower SUPER-TORQUE V-8 engine; 4-barrel carburetor, dual exhausts, standard equipment. "Hold my glasses a mirv.rfce, dearJ" •WEETIE PIE By Nodine Selxev LOW PRICE TAG V/OKAV! I'VE Sx~'AH, V- C30T TWELVE/THANKS, Mercury prices start below 13 models in the low-price field.* And with our special June trade-in allowances, the price actually becomes lower. Remember: you get all of Mercury's "big car value" at this low price. NO OTHER CAR OFFERS YOU BIGGER REASONS FOR BUYING IT *Bq««(i on comparison o/ manufacturers' suggested list ot /uctorv re(at'( prices, noiiiy filercury Custom H'toor Sedan (not ii!u«fro.(«tf). Exclusive styling shared by no other car New SUPBR-TOBQUH V-8 engines on every model (188 and 198 horsepower) — backed by Mercury's record of producing V-8 engines exclusively 4-barrel vacuum carburetor on every model at no extra cost THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNf • Dual exhausts at no extra cost on all Montclairs and Montereys • Ball-joint front wheel suspension U^THf , „., A CQMMOKlgR.NQT EXACTLY THI t Anti-fouling high-compression spark plugs • Consistently highest resale value in its field according tQ authoritative reports "That's what I've been tellmf yawTht't »Q huny pitying . with the doctpr's goateewcoulda't vou raise one?" *'J was just testing}", _ i WE'RE OUT TO SET NEW RECORDS Mercury sales are breaking all records. More and more people who want big-car beauty and performance have joined the swing to the future-styled, super-powered new Mercury. We're going all out to keep the ball rolling and 'make June the biggest sales jnpnth in Mercury history. We mean business—and this month, we're really dealing. HIGH TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES for your present car. Because we're selling Mercurys at a record-breaking pace, we can offer you the top trade-in. And during June, we're being extra generous, IT PAYS TO OWN A fllEROIRY EASY TERMS ^.s part of this big June deal, your Mercury dealer will handle all the necessary arrangements to get you the easiest possible terms to fit your budget. .FOR FUTURE STYLING^SUPER POWER Don't miss the big television hit, "TOAST QF THE TOWN," with Ed Sullivan, Sunday evening, 6 to 7. Sation KCMC-TV, Channel 6 REMEMBER "TOAST" WILL BE ^N THE AIR ALL SUMMER THE TRADING PO 321 S. Uunl YpMr Unfoln-Mercury Dealer j_^<-.y i-.

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