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ftiga Fou» STAR, ft', ARKANSAS iv.! SSIFIED Mrin.-hy, CU-lnher Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication ,,. Wutfibcr of One Three Six One S> • Wards Day Days Days Month .?, Up to 15 -t 16 lo 20 ,21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 . 36 to 40 <«f 41 to 45 .45 60 .73 .90 ... . . ... 1. 20 .... 1.35 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 ?.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 :R&tes are- for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Casn in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sole 5 UOOM HO'USE. BARNS, CHICK- en house and good outbuildings. 3 acres land, all fenced. See M. E. Tate. Washington, Ark. 15-6t Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- nctian Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds and awnings. Write Riley Cooper. 1909 West 17th St. Tcxarkana. Texas. 15-lmo QUILTING WANTED. MRS. EUN- ice McAteer. Rt. 3, north of the Brick Yard at Mrs. L. C. Godwins apartment. Fair Enough By Weitbrook PegUr Ccpyrloht, 1946 . . By Klhq Featur-ei Syndicate. For Rent 10 EXTRA 36 X 36 OAK. FINISH Used tables. In excellent condi- «<-m Phone. 1125 oi- 586-J. IB.f.t ^^iixu- TOWN. MUST SELL BY Oct. 30th. .9 ft. Stewart Warner Electric refrigerator, Stewart Warner radio, Hoban M. Cable piano. G. E. Ironer, Roper gas kitchen range, 18" and 30" window fans, Infants size Chest of ' Drawers, Chifferobe and other household items. Log trailer, W. W. Hammer Mill, one 500 fial. water tank, plow tools, hand tools, some used lumber and » many other items. R. E. (Earn. est) Byers. 17-6t WOOD COOK STOVE. WHITE TA- ble top style, in good condition. 904 West 4th St. Phone 750-J. ___ n-6t SLIGHTLY USED KITCHEN CAB~- inet. Phone 24-J-12. I8-3t ^ , • CHRISTMAS RATES ON READ' New York, Oct. 21 — Whoever takes the trouble to analyze President Truman's speech announcing the "decontrol" of meat — these jargon words are becoming a na- jtional gallah — will discover that he wound lip beating himself over j the skull with the very bludgeon _____ -that he had been using on Sena- WAREHOUSE BUILDING. 323 itors Taft and Wherry a. few mill- South Laurel St. Phone 865. 15-6t| utes before. H was as though a ballplayer had been sold to the opposition in the fifth and wound up the game with a home run against his old comrades. Early in the speech. Mr. Truman attacked "a few men in the Con- tgress who, in the service of sel- Ifish interests, have been determined to wreck price controls, no matter what the cost might be to our people!" luward the close, however, he adopted the very arguments that had been offered all along by those who had opposed its continuation. ' On And Off TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS, lights. Mrs. Frisby. Hope. Rt. 4 2 miles south of Depot on Patrnos road. 21-3t Football Score By The Associated Press Nebraska 16; Kansas 14. Oklahoma 28; Kansas State 7. Missouri 33 ;Iowa State 13. St. Louis 27; Drake 6. Butler 41; Depauw 6. Butler 41; Depauw 6 iu " aa opposed us continuation. St. Joseph's 19; Indiana State 0 | Obviously, he had to insist On the Kalamazoo 13; Hope 0. wisdom.of his decision, but ,in just- South Dakota State 26; Angus- !v' n S, ms own course, he found South Dakota State 26; Augus- tana (SD) 6. Great Lakes 25; Fort Sheridan 7. Missouri School of Mines 25; Maryyille Missouri Teachers 0. himself agreeing with the men he had abused. In honoring Taft and Wherry by name, Mr. Truman actually discriminated against a large number of deserving Democrats Louisiana Tech 7; Mississiopi' G m ' mber °* deserving Democrats Texas A & M 14; Texas Chris-i wt l° h ? d a g l ' eccl th '"»t control was :ian 0. not only a failure but a totalitarian device and likewise had want tian 0. Texas Tech 13; Baylor. 6. Brigham Young 10"; Colorado 7. Bradley Tech 20; Colorado Col„- 0. Montana State U 20; Montana -njvio ± tvi/io jftA-Li^o WIN rtn./\ij- .muiuiuiii oiuie u £.\i ; iviontana er's Digest are now on. I will ap- .State College 7. preciate renewals or new sub-i LaFayette 7; Washington & Jef- scriptions. Mrs. Theo P. Witt, ferson ti. - —.. fc.^T.%,^, un\.l JlfH_^-vtoC /LCI VI \\vlllt* ed an end of it. Inasmuch as this I Phone 327-W after 4 p.m. 18-3t CHILD'S COAT. SIZE 4 TO. 6. ALL wool red flannel, red taffeta lining, E x t : r a - good innerlining. Wine cOrduroy dress, size 4 to 6. .Red Velvet bonnet and muff. Baby stroller. All good as new. 704 South Main St. 18-3t 'RUBBER T I R E D WAGON\ Grant's Blacksmith Shop. East . Tulane 32; Auburn 0. Kentucky 10; Vanderbilt . Furman 14; Citadel 0. Mississippi State 48; San Francisco 20. Texas 20; Arkansas 0. Minnesota 46; Wyomin" 0. Nebraska 16; Kansas 14. North Dakota State in: Dakota University 0. course is now vindicated by the president himself, especially "by h's hopeful view Of the immediate ru- sults, these Democrats would seem to have deserved a little personal scorn, too, to help them in the cur(rent campaign. "As we speed up the removal of price controls." the president said, "the removal of wage controls will be acfelerated. In this way, (we shall move steadily, and as iquickly as we safely can. toward J a free economy and collective bar- North g aini ng. The risk in removing meat i controls is less than it would other- 4th St. l8-3t CORNET AND CASE FOR SALE* Call 114-J or 493. 18-3t BATH TUB, GOOD AS NEW, AP- ply Little Fo-l Palace: Main at 12th. Phone ?42. l9-3t ONE NEW TWO-ROW TRACTOR at.Sheppard, on U. S. 67. Alice Finley. ig.ct EX-SERVICEMEN: SEE MY NEW 5 room homes in Meadow Park addition near Paislev school on old Fulton road. Built to F.H.A requirements and serviced by all city utilities. Immediate posses- ion by October 22 if applicant eligible. Sam J. Haftsfield. 1008 West Ave'.»B. 19-3t -1938 CHEVROLET, 2 DOOR SE- dan, good condition, 320 West 5th St. Phone -'1022-W. 19-3t Utah State 47; Colorado A & M- wise be ' because production, in 0. i general, is now increasing at a sig- "naMTfr,*. on. TT*«I. 1,4 nifipnnt rntn Denver 20; Utah 14. Washington State 0; Oregon 0 (tie). Stanford 33; Santa Clara 26 • Rice 21; Southern Methodist 7 ' 7. McMurray 13; Texas A & I 10' Georgia Tech 2U; Louisiana State "As the shortages continue to disappear," he .then said, ''the inflationary pressures will ease and the need for government controlswill need for government controls will cease," which is precisely what every advocate of the president's St. Louis "B" 20; Quincy Collcco roui , c . ta nt and belated course had 18. j predicted all along. Principia 32; Kemper Military 0 . And next: "Abundant production Cincinnati 19; Ohio Univ 0 1S only sure amTsafe. ro'ad to a Kirksville (Mo) State 26; Spring- lr f! e ma ,|; ket '" which . again, is .just field Mo Tchrs 19. | what old Bernie Baruch, or his Southwestern (Okia) Tech 7 • ' S P°°' J .. Herbie Swope, wrote way onnwestern (Ukla) State 0 .mai wimer uuu noi wun any merit Kearney Neb Tchrs 32- Sterl originality either, for this whole- n (K.-isi roiiooo n ' (some platitude had occurred to'the intelligence of millions of others long before. It was undignified ot Mr. Tru- ONE^ NEW^SIMMONS_ HOSPITAL -^ s} staYe*? 18 bed complete with Simmons in. nerspring mattress. Phone K. G McRae at 118 or 132. 21-3t COMBINATION ~RADIO, TWO ', iron beds with springs and mat, tresses, 50 Ib. ice box. library lable. First house behind Texaco Station m Emmet. 21-lt Real Estate for Sale .FARM AND RANCH. 550 ACRES on 67 road at Sheppard. 5 buildings, 3 deep wells, 365 ft. deep. See Albert Graves or Alice Finley. 15-6t Lost «v.... w^v%,i it \wivitll J. UL Northwestern (Okla) State 0 Kearney Neb Teh •ng (Kas) College 0. Fresno (Calif) State 20; Santa Barbara College 13. Arizona 47; College of Pacific 13 Colorado State 41; Kansas State lEmporia) 21. Silver City (NM Tchrs 14; Panhandle Okla) Aggies 0. 14; Fort Hays Southwestern (Tex) 21; Southeastern Okla State 6. last winter and riot with any merit EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES Apply Diamond Cafe. 13 3t Notice MATERIALS ARE GOING H1GH- | er every day. Have your mat- 1 tress made over now. Write or |B phone Bright Bros. Mattress Co if Jr'ck-up and deliver anywhere ra Phone 34-J-2, Hope, Ark. 7-im REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R William R. Herndon Photographer , First National Bank Bldg. Second Floor PHONE 493 or PORTRAITS Commercial and Advertising PHOTO COPIES Discharges - Legal Documents 24 Hour Service Wildcats, Tigers Remain Top Teams in Arkansas By United Press League-leading Little Rock and El Dorado are booked for a couple of warmup games this weekend in the Big 16 Arkansas schoolboy conference in preparation for their knock-down-drag-out fight come November first in the capital city. Little Rock plays 12th place Malvern Friday night in a game that should be a pushover for the Iigers who have won five straights this year. Malvern has won one and lost three games. Little Rock bowled over last year's co-cham- P; on Fort Smith team 52 to 0 last , do u entertains 3th place Bluff who has won two, lost in - ive ™* , - mes is year. El Dorado took out Smackover 19 to 0 last week. Other games this week- Hot Springs at North Little Rock, Russellville at Fort Smith, 3maf'<l over at Blythevillc and Camden at .Hope. Irish Remain -around world ---------- ..... „,,,,,,. ^. »n •mf-.-\\n. t •• v ' <pv--*SJi •$X^,'^lRif*>y^ v <*- -t Above,, Gerald Roberts, Strong City, Kans., former all-a cowboy champion sticks to bucking bronc in 21sp annual world championship rodeo in Madison Suqare Garden. Below, Ken Roberts, national champion steer rider, isn't so lucky with bound• ••- -. '. ,•• ing brahma bull. By AUSTIN BEALMEAR New York. Oct. ,21 -- |/T|— The college football season, a L-oeUcvor 1 campaign in which surprises are a dime a dozen and nothing seems impossible, reaches the nalfway mark this week with nnlv a handful of maj'oi' teams-stlir.ohitdiins untarnished records. Many previously unbeaten outfits were engaged today in pulling themselves Troin the wreckage strewn 'across every section of the land in the past weekend's wave of upsets, iiiid'there was" a strong possibility that similar embarrassment lay ahead for acme of xhose who escaped. Army, Notre Dame tiiicl Texas- still the nation's top' trio — all have their work cut out for them .ic.xt Saturday when th'cv .face tough opponents ready, willing and able to blemisii their all-victorious records. The Cadets, who blasted Columbia from the unbeaten ranks 4K-14 move into Now York's Polo Grounds Cor their annual battle with .. Duke. The Blue Devils warmed up for this one with a >ll-0 whitewashing of Richmond. Notre Dame. Idle last week invades Iowa, which pulled out of Saturday's many surprises bv blanking Indiana 13-0. Texas, which dumped previously unbeaten I Arkansas 20-0, visits Rice, an improved team that dropped Southern Methodist 217 Tor its Uiird triumph since losing a 7-fi opener to Louisiana Slate. SPORTS New York, Oct. 21 —(/P)—There's still strong resistance to coaches with a professional background in some college circles — as witness one midwestern institution which threatened, to bounce .a combination coach-instructor from bolh lobs if he .officiated in national league Same's — but a quick check snows that such resistance is weakenin" badly . . .In fact, where you used to hear-a lot about the Warner or Notre Dame "systems" of coaching, a. few years from now on you may be involved in arguments as In whether the Halas, Lambeau or Owen swstem produces the best results. ...'..Names is names figures assembled by George' St"->klcr N.F.I,., drumbeater, show that 72 former pros are head or assistant coaches of college teams this year. Of these. George 3auer, Kansas State; Mike Michalskc, Iowa State; Cecil Isbell, Purdue: Rex V j ., & iT • ilu " >3i.aie; i,ecii isbell Purdue- RPV man to dwell so heavily on "sel- Enright, South Carolina and BUI fish and "special" interests in re- Kerri, West Virginia are to qomo fori-me tn thn rnnnhorc *»A u«» ~..I.~'L-'.°\,:°'".' " 1( -. l ° Some coaches like Keith Ranspot. Manicci and Gene Ronzani . . Spherical Stove Owen's graduate department includes Ed Danowski (•ordliam: Mol Hein, Union iN.Y.i, Glenn Killingcr, West Chester Pa., Teachers and Bob Tnn-olar who doubles as coach of the Paterson. N. J.. Panthers and Bergen Junior College . . . Even A. A Stagg. who gave pro football its first eight-column headline by announcing that the colleges could break tnc pro ••menace," has a former pro assistant, Larry Siemering. Monday -Matinee Southern cities are criticizing the PGA for demanding SID,000 purses jlor open golf tourneys to insure I the presen then failin 0 sired players Roosevelt's employment of abusive Holmel^Boston 8 Universfur 6 language as a substitute ::or rea- Nolting ' Cincinnati - - ' son, but without th° ™"-t«"'- *.-. £"'""«" < ~!/.><-innau, A young married woman wanted her new maid to be pleased with her position. "You will have a very easy time of it here," she explain- chiin™ /' becausc we hava no children to annoy you." "Oh, 1 'said the colored girl generously "I'se very fond ob chilUtns so don t go restrictin' youself on my account." Five hundred thousand matches „.. „„ h.iUUiJmiu Jill' are lighted every minute in United States. the Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Card? Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. Get Reody FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space" Cleaners Hatters H UGH B. HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phon«76 controls, but Roosevelt's dearest principle of government — control itself. He completely confused the two sides of the subject and changed sides in announcing that he, too, like these same "selfish" and "special" interests, was anxious to end controls. And he-was dishonest because selfishness is no more active in the -growers of meat than in politicians and the men who strike for higher wages, whose Breed is encouraged and ornised. This phase of relations between labor and industry of all kinds has been distorted for years, to the disadvantage of all concerned, and should be adjusted in the popular understanding for the general good. Selfishness may be carried to extremes and at some point is believed to become sinful, but whether that point lies on hither side or beyond the spectacular selfishness of the late Mr. .Roosevelt and Harold Ickes, we are not all agreed. Roosevelt, much more selfish than the average man, turned even the presidency to personal profit by exploiting by-products of office, and his reputation for meanness among the serfs in the region of his Hyde Park barony will outlive the headless horseman. As to Ickes, his own entitlement of him. self as a "curmudgeon" In every meaning of the word makes H unnecessary to labor the point. Not much worse could-be said. Coporate greed is no more rapacious than individual 'greed',"' indeed, it is merely an aggregation of the selfishness of executives and stockholders who are individuals, and Americans by the million. When Mr. Truman spoke angrily of meat producers who "are .'n- dagering the health of our people by holding back vital foods" he (cuUecl to mind though he did not mention, strikers who endangered health in many cases and, in general, threatened the national stability, by withholding vital services for seltish motives. One wonders whether Mr. Truman would have hidden a few white shirts and a Ce\y gross of handkerchiefs, ties and socks for a higher market had he still been a haberdasher and not president when the shortages occurred within the last year If so, he could have justified himself in a reasonable conscience by recalling the lean years when, as his biographers tell up, he went broke. This is to justify neither greed, whether in Koosevelt, Ickes, the me.it growers or the corporations, nor the selfishness of a striker who threatens to brnin with a bat a driver trying to deliver milk to a New YOIK delicatessen, aut a president who is not a saint 'sounds sanctimonious and at loss for valid arguments when the only chai-gt that he can make, ^"d 'hp« oniv against nameless defendants, is participation in a common numau weakness. It is like shouting at a man; "You're normal!" Then there's the girl who said she had lost jiur nat.. and came across it when she combed her hair. Bananas account for (H percent of the exports ol Honduras. Lam- "name" pros and to produce the de- Virginia Tech •it .'-*•' • . . > i i £ 1111 a j. u i 11 gndders say they stopped North Carolina's Charlie Justice in that 14-14 tie by shouting "give the ball to moneybags" every time Carolina went on btfense. They say, Justice, recalling talk of subsidies' when he went to Carolina, got too jittery to play . . . Eddie Dooley, the old Dartmouth quarterback boasts that his 12-year-old son can swim a quarter mile faster than must adult swimmers. But can he call signals? Porkers Still on the Orange Bowl's List •Miami, Fla., Oct. 21 —(UP) —,' Oklahoma and Tennessee contestants in the Orange Bowl on .Jan. i; 1939, today wore rated the best selections .'or ihe same honor next New Year's Day. Aiv Orange Bowl committee spokesman said that Vanderbilt. and'Auburn were dropped trom the list of prospects after Saturday's games, but that five other losers still had a chance for the invitation 'They were listed as Alabama, Arkansas, Tulsa, Columbia and Penn; State. Georgia and Louisiana State were ranked close behind Tennessee to become the : Southern representative on the field. North "Carolina, winner over Navy on Saturday, was also given strong consideration Committeemen say Charlie Justice lead his team to a win over-the University of Miami winner -of the 1946 Orange Bowl game, earlier in the season. Porker Defeats Latin Champ in Tennis Match Mexico City, pel. 21—(/P)—Frank Parker of Los 'Angeles, won his second straight men's singles championship in the ::ifth Pan- american tennis tournament ves- tcrday defeating Francisco (Pancho) Segura oi Ecuadro, (i-4 6-fl G-3, 7-5, 61, in the finals. Parker then teamed with Bob Falkenburg of Hollywood, whom he defeated in the singles semifinals, to win the men's doubles over Sogura and Alcjo Russ»ll of Argentina, 12-10, 6-3. 7-5. The women's doubles championship went to Margaret Osbornc of I ban Francisco and Louise Brough of Beverly Hills with a straight set victory over Pauline Bet/, uf Los Angeles, winner of the women's singles title Saturday, and Doris Hart of Miami, Fla., (i-,'i 9.7 Pennsylvania's Quakers kept their record clean by smeai'- mg Virginia 40-11. eiitcrta'in Navv downed 21-14 by North Carolina for then- third loss. • Cornell, lied G-0 by Yale visits Princeton. 14-7 winner ovo-- Rut-I gers, and Columbia goes to Dartmouth, upsut 20-13 bv Brow. Elsewhere in i.'ic East, it will be Coast Guard at Yale, Holv Cross at Harva'-d. Svracuso at' West Virginia and Boston Universitv at Brown Midwestern fans will be treated to two conference games in the Big Nine, where the form already has been scramolecl beyond recog- nif'on. Illinois. 27-21 victor over Wisconsin, will be at Michigan, wnicn nod Northwestern. H-14. and Minnesota, which swamped Wyoming 4(i-(), will go to Ohio State, tier) 1-|-14 by Purdue. Other Midwestern highlights will U.'id Indiana at Nebrasiui, Uolk"'c- of Pacific at Northwestern, Purdue at Pittsburgh. Southern Methodist at Missouri. Oklahoma at Iowa State, Cincinnati at Michigan Stale, Arizona at Marc|iictte and Kansas ,il Tulsa. Tennessee, which knocked Alabama from Ihe ranks of the all->'ic- lorious, 12-0, will risk ils perfcc 1 record in a try tor a fifth triumph at Wake Forest and Georgia, which kept its record clean by romping over Oklahoma A. and M., 33-13. will be at Furman. The Southeastern Conference slate .-sends Kentucky to Alabama Auburn to Georgia Tech, Louisiana State to Vanderbilt and Mississippi State to Tulane. Other lop-notch contests will find Florida at North Carolina, Richmond at Washington ancl Lee, William and Mary at \'MI and Arkansas at Mississippi. Texas A. and M. will be at Baylor in the Southwest Conference and Denver, which dropped Utah from the unbeaten ranks, will bo at Texas Tech. UCLA, which struggled past Cal- Porkers Play Mississippi at-Memphis Fayeltevillo. Oct. 21 ---(/I 1 )— Harboring mi more than ihe slightest disappointment over their 1'ailure to np^cl mighty Texas, the Arkansas H.t/uti'hacks have passed the mid-season mark with their bosl record in more than a decade. The Porkers will carry a slate of three victories, a lie and a defeat to Memphis next weekend as they step out* of Southwest Conference .gridfare fur their traditional biawl with Ihe University of Mississippi liebels — a team! Ike- Arkansas, iu iho rebuilding stage. Arkansas lost no prestige in dropping a 20-1) decision 10 Jie terrific Texans at Austin last Saturday, for Texas is said to be one of the circuit's greatest teams of all lime. The battle was closer than the score showed as statistics were virtually even. Long pass plays did the trick for the Longhorns, and tne Razorbacks, though they Ihreatened seriously several limes, were never able to muster a scoring punch. Winghack Clyde Scott is slated to return to the lineup for the Ole Miss encounter fully recovered trom a bruised hip. Head Couch John Barnhill decided against using Ihe "Sniackover kid" at Austin on the theory'that he might be lost for the rest of the season should the injury be worsened in its healing stages. Eyes of the Southwest will be on Houston next Saturday. That's where Ihe Longhorns. iit.Je favorites months before ihe liMfi cam paign began, will get perhaps their toughest test of the conference chase when they meet the Rice Owls, finally rolling in high gear alter a slow start. Observers :.'eol that if anyone is to stop (he Steers it must be the Owls. It Jess Neely's leaturod flock Tails, Texas should be able to. coast into the throne room. Rice inaugurated its conference drive by bowling over Southern Methodist, 21-7. last week largely on the strength of big Virgil Eikeii- bcrg'.s passing. Only one other conference tilt is on the docket this week, with Ihe Texas Aggies getting a chance ! to record their second straight • ••Nicaragua is the largest of the Central American republics. ' Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH &, ACCIDENT ASSO. Omaha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 952-J 1013 W. 5th St. OPEN YOUR OWN STORE! "The National Successplan assures independent operators of home and auto stores unusual earnings on minimum investments. Franchise available for several cities in- this area. For complete information write or wire: National Home and Auto Stores Southwest Division-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. 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(Dutch I Harrison, both of Chicago, who tied for third with 2!):l Others in the lop ten included Ky Laffoon of Orlando. Flu., with n i!!.i(. Wehrle Captures Little Rock Golf Meeting Little Hock, Oct. 21— (/I 1 )—Wilford Wehrle of Louisvilk 1 . Ky., "nut counted" his npponcnt, Jonas Weiss 01 ,M. LOUIS lu win ..no L.iHie HOCK amateur invitational golf tournament here yesterday ••Hernnon. As semi-finalists The two had just finished playing in a foursome m which Wcurle defeated ihe vet' cran Chick Evans of Chicago. 2 up, and V/ei-:s defeated Willie Me- Grotty of E.I Dorado, Ark., 1 up. Then a comparison of score- cords' hole by olc showed that if they had been playing each other Welirle would have won, :'. up. The unusual tournament finish had boon decided on Saturday because several possible finalists were unable to remain in Little Koek until lodav. ctnference play by iKmrnin',' Texas Christian. 14-0, last Saturday, while the Bears became the thiul Southwest member lo fall before Texas Tech, 13-0. In inlerseclionnl play this week. SMU invades Missouri for a crack at the Uig Six power and deflated TCU visits Ihe Oklahoma Aggies' stmnghold for a "crap with a'loom which has taken from about all the boatings it intends to inHe. Tho Aggios. a fary cry from their old selves since roughly played to a lie by Arkansas, have lost three in a row now. DIGGING AT YOUR SCALP WON'T HELP Gel, ro:il liolp for dry itchy si'iilp with Mornlino Huir Tonic. Aidu iiiit.iinil oils, lii'lpa roniovn loosn dnndnilT. MOROLIWE HAIR TONIC "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Dally 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop tqulpinent is no better than the man that uses it For Your Repair Work, see HOMER COBB Hlrhway 67 Phone 57 OUR SfWfCE MUST BE OF THE BEST! MUST BE, because that's a tradition with this company. MUST BE, because that's what you expect when you drive in here. MUST BE, because that's a condition on which we have hired every member of our service-with-a-smile staff. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 — in 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McLarty, at Hope Auto Co. HOPE ST Aft. HOP!) ARK A MS AS fAobtlay, Qcrobfif 31, OZARK IKE Dv Rav Go!to HE CLEARED IT! AN' HE'S TRAPPED...HE'S MINE...TH' HOTTEST HOSS IN COOM, COUNTY/ I THINK IT'S Mil 11 EXQUISITE--I'LL A PUT ON PLENTVJ HE'LL BE AHLL RESCUE HIM BY BRIDOIN' TH' DEEVIDE... THEN ENTER HIM IN TH' / PINE PEAK SWEEP- l STAKES/ ^.^ ^ ^•'• / ...you CAN CONSIDER THAT HORSE SCRATCHED FROM TH' Wl AT CHANCE HAS A POOR VJIFE GOT TO BE GLAMOROUS ?. NT I SO ANXIOUS TO •AR VM-IAT CW3V.OOD LL SAV ABOUT HIS NEW £RFUME 1 DUGHT (GROAN) * TH' PASTES' HUNK UF HOSSFUESH AH DONE EVUH SEEN...AN' HE OOES AN' JUMPS OFF DAID OAWG DEEVIDE^' By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lane By Galbroith SIDE GLANCES Lilt had invited Hardy Blake and me to dinner on her boat the sa.me night her brother directed to pay"'$10,000 PEOPLE INVITE YOU TO PICNICS. THEN THEY OPEN THEIR MOUTHS AND SHOW YOU THE CAVITIES IN THEIR TEETH. m CARNIVAL By Dick Turner YEAH. AND TONIGHT' LITTLE PARTY ON THE WILL BE V PICNIC . --/JANET INSISTED THAT '\f BEING.A \ '. / I BRING YOU ALONG / DETECTIVE. IS \ 'V... I 10MI6HT, VIC. - .. ••'• A OMITE A SH.'I SHF'STAKEN I SOMETHING NE TO VOU. I LIKE BEING A DENTIST, /.-t HARDY. By - ^stie Turner WASH TUBBS THIS V.OST CITS 15.FWNAN (WS TRUE. WvOCHO, YA.ND SOU PROB&BW GNIE 1 1 WO DtG INTO A \ HEADKCHE, ORION, TO SOWS. EM.ED ROOW, AND \' WUNM-WGGER SET UNBORN! PMWSrOWC OFSOURS! TWS WPUTS SHEWFPS WRAPPED IK HIS ROBES, WEhR TO THE HKPPN HUUTOKS'GBOUKX SOUK\EM4/ BURIED VJITH HIS THE UEBV.O I PERIOD'. OTTERS UWM. ROBES Y)EU RESERVED ftfTER 1000 VENRS! By Walt Disney DONALD DUCK COPB. 1946 BY W;A SERVICE. INC. 1. M. RtC. U. 6. PAT! OFF", COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE, INd. T.-M. REO. U. S. PATTOFF, "Fil'ly miles'an hour'through'town, crushing three sic liulits—wliere's the vacant anarlmenl, anyway?" JRECKL^S AND HfS FRIENDS Hershberaer CREEPERS, FLOSSIE,.HOW CAN YOU SMILE? OUR CHECK TOTALS •$ £> FUNNY BUSINESS WELL, IT LOOKS • LIKE A BI& EVENING AT THE SWANK. NORTH- HOTEL.. THE KIDS MAVH EATEN DINNER . FANCY PRICES) AND IN TM8 SPIRIT OFTWIRP %£%&•'*~-'f SEASON, •THE WOMAN is REQUESTED TG PAY Bv Carl Anderson ANY OLD CLO'S? OF COURSE )TMEN WHAT ARE WE : WORRIED ABOUT? ENUOY OUR-- j SELVES I ABOUT IT FOR. UTE —HAVE YOU* GOT x.ffiefcA eon. »« »YHKsiiiviariNC.T7M. «JG:UTs. "Quick! File a suit for damages! Bv V. T. Homljn MEANWHILE'. /JUSTA-5 SOON A5 VIE CAN AEEA^JGE V MORE \MHAsT5 TH 1M \ K COSONWION DOPE ON MY \ BAl_L... QUEEN NEW JOB,GUZ?\ UMPATEEDUE'S WHEN DO t \ RAMEODDIN' START BEIN 1 / TriE AFFAK.' T VE (Z-O7 O H-NND IT TO" VOU THE M-,NE.E.\L ALU , Rl&HT.' BUT \sHATS KAPPE.NED TO Thimble Theater . ^., HELRi-i-,ABOUT PURE WATER WILL STOP THE REVOLUTION!? VYE'MAV HAPTA GO A LONG, tONG WAVS DOWN// 6O ABOUT AMUSING 5ARPIMES?? By Edgar Martin With Major Hoople OUR BOARDING HOUSE By J. R. Williams OUT OUR WAY m^Wr » iDE^.Tvoiees, SECRECV/ HE'S GOME/ GET OUT THERE AMP GET HINA BEFORE INSTEAD OF A HARSH.BURSLAK ALARM BELL, IMAeiME A. RECORO BEING PLANED vOlTK A PLEASANT CPMTRftl-TO ADVERTISING GOME tOOTKPASTe.CeR.EAt OR. SOAP/ . COMMERCIAL' ^feS?^. 1 ';l > ' /> ' 1 / ,1 '// r" f tfa ''''•'' ' ///.•£,» * MV^JBt ., >v m- ^H^-^wm^s^^Sp^SP^^l,^-S iffl/HW ^ .WHY MOXrjp.RS_GET_GRAy ^.!;y-'l/^.'J£v.L:-«™—H

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