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i*a*nmKKfl<tf*W W:WWI*S»I!*<«****^<WW«iy*w>*«ff« Si* MOFB STAR, HOP*, ARKANSAS 8, SS/F/ED Number oi Words Up to 15 18 to 20 ... 81 to 25 ... iS to 30 31 to 35 .... 36 to tO 41 to 4;-, ... tfi to 50 Kates .45 .60 .75 .SO 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 are Services Offered Ads Must Be In OUiee Day Before publication One Three Six One®Day Days Days Month .90 1.50 4.50 1.20 2.00 6.00 1.50 2.50 V.nO 1.80 3.00 9.00 2.10 3.50 10.50 J.40 4.00 12.00 2.70 4.50 13.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 for Continuous Insertions Only » All Want Ads Casti in Advance • Not Taken Over the Pbone For Sale FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- netian Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds and awnings, Write Rilcy Cooper, 1909 West 17th SU Texarkaha, Texas. 15-lmo Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD 61. FURNI- Any Fair Enough By Wettbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate.,^ 120 ACRES t^AND IN SEC. 24, Twp. 14. range 25, about 12 miles south of Hope joining Buck Martin on the ftorth. Write John w. Turner, Kilgore^ Texas. 3M2t BEAUTIFUL 4 ROOM HOME. Priced to sell. Fletcher Easterling, Phillips addition. 6-6t SEVEN ROOM HOUSE, -402 North Hervey, newly papered and painted, lot 70 X 150, you can move in. Priced to sell. Floyd Porterfield. 6-6t 33% ACRES WOOD LAND OFF highway 29, 8 miles south of Hope, Some good timber, See L. A. Stanley, Highway 4, 2 miles east of Hope. 6-6t WESTERN SADDLE, PRACTI- cally new. Phone (day) 58, Night 215-W. Newt Pentecost. 6-3t New York. Nov. 8 —Throughout "The Iceman Cometh", a play, I think, although Eugene O Nelll may have meant it as a hoax, I was thinking lhat Miss Sally Wilson, of Washington, handled vhe lure, one piece or more. Any | e genel . a i idea better when, at amount. What have you? Phone tho = o[ eil?nt she W rote one, 23-2mo I and unfinished at that, called :i Z ~~ ("Grandmother Has Gone to The For Rent iBar". Grandmother was an old souse who said "hue" instead of the conventional "hie", form since adopted by a modern shameless 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ...... __________ _._.. .. ment, 2 miles out on highway 4. plagiarists, and there was an oft- 1 Phone 29-J-21. 6-3t | stage mystery woman, the mother - ' - i of Clover nnd brother, the children of lhc Piece, who had wandered !off (hc nigh , thc big gas . tank fo Rent TO rvenr FOUR OR FIVE ROOM UNFURN- . ished house or apartment. Call Don Reynerson at 196. 8-3t Hogs, Owls to Arrive Today in Little Rock ONE PRACTICALLY NEW 1946 ton and half Studebaker truck. Stake body, 8:25 tires. See Buck Williams. 6-tf COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture for 3 rooms, H. P. Page, Phone 29-J-21. G-3t REGISTERED SADDLE FILLY, 3 years old. partially trained, very gentle. Also several registered Jersey cows and 3 star bull and registered Jersy bull calves. E. C. Atkins. Chidester. Ark. 6-3t TWO ROW CASE TRACTOR AND Implements, B. E. Green, Hope, Sd or her- and that was why she considered Unlt her play was unfinished. But I think that, in view of the liberty that O'Neill, the master, takes in "The Iceman", she was too exacting. His play never even starts. And. after five hours I of hcsperus recitations by a learn ', of character men .nnd a trio of schoolgirl types - giving hearsay impressions of fallen women of the period of 1912. I left the opera house feeling like a man who has Little Rock, Nov. 8-WV-Both the !p ut in . three weeks on a hung iury ' Rice Owls and .the Arkansas Razorbacks, who meet tomorrow with the Southwest Conference championship at stake, were to arrive here today in time to work out briefly at Tiger Stadium. The drill sessions were to be no more than travel kink-removing sprints and signal work. Favored by 13 points to keep ;in a civil suit about a real estate title, and wandered up to the box- office to draw my pay. They didn't even buy our dinner during the recess after the first act, which starts at 5:30, but they didn't lock us up Cor the night to fight it out. so an optimist might say it could have been worse. But I am no optimist and that isn't what I say. Here is a play, or anysyay .a This Curious World By William Ferguson WHEN THE ISLAND OF MAURITIUS, HOME OF THE DODO, WAS INVADED BV MAN, THE BIROS STOOD AROUND AMD LET THEMSELVES BE KNOCKED OVER. WITH CLUBS. Iff USED IN THE HYDRAULIC BRAKES 'OF AUTOMOBILES. WHEW A HORSE is S.ATIN& HAV. HE ISMT EATING A BIT/'^t DR. P. M. ABERNATHYV Classen Sees Irish Breaking Army Win Streak By HAROLD CLAASSEN Now York, Nov. 3 — </P)- Notre Dame will end Army's throe-year winning streak in Yankee stadium tomorrow. Thai's the opinion of this college Ocorflln Tech over Navy: The Middies nre reported as a "coming" team. They are cominfl head- on into their sixth defeat. Ohio Stnlc over T'illsburgh; Midwesterners say Ohio Slate now is the class of tho big mine. Thnl makes it easy. UCLA over Oregon: Burr Baldwin, great UCLA end, to malic another personal show of it. Skipping over other chalk lines in a hurry: Southwest: Texas over Baylor, Southern Methodist over Texas A & M. South: Georgia over .!• locidn, Mississippi State ovor Auburn, Tennessee over Mississippi. Tulane over Clcmson, Oeorgo Washington over The Citadel, South Car- their conference record unsullied, i sr fovv~Tin"V\ dirty "old west "side sa- last Innn rvhniit a rnnmflll nf bums with the Owls left Houston by train night. Somewhat discouraged by the fact that his team's practices had been slowed down by a muddy field all week, Rice Coach 'Jess Rt. 1. Five miles' out on Spring iNeely reported that the Owls Hill road. 8-6t NANDINA BUSHES, ALL SIZES. See Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 North Elm. Phone 925-J. 8-3t 250 BUSHELS CORN AT $2 PER were in the best physical condi tion of the season. loon about a roomful of bums with souls who declaim in turn, subside .revive to bellow again, and convey no meaning except that hangover hurts and booze relieves hangover, as though that were At Fayetteville yesterday, news. Anyone who perceives any message has a right to regard him- the i self as a co-author and put in for football forecaster, who is typing (his weekly stinpwlth blistered :'in- yers—acquired while burying the family fortune in the back lot to avoid any chances of backing his own guesses with cash. Those lop-sided defeats of the past two yours have been on every Notre Dame football mind since the start of practice—and the sricl- i>'on world learned last Saturday in Ihe Princeton- Penn upset what a truly inspired team can do. Gelling specific. Noire Dame vill win by a 2H to 21 score. Other guesses on Ihis weekend's panics: Southern .California over California: Gordon Gray lias i "gained his re-war form and the Trojans of I lOiithern California again are the olina over Maryland, VP1 & Lee. Duke over over '.oughies of old. Rice over Arkansas: East: Penn Slate over Temple, Boston College over Georgetown, Yale over Erown. Boston University over New Hampshire, West Virginia over Fordham, Cornell over Syracuse, Holy Cross over Colgate, Harvard over Dartmouth, Princeton over Virginia, Muhlerv berg over Gelysburgh. Midwest: Tulsa 1 , over Oklahoma A & M, Iowa Stale over Drake Wichita over 31. 'Louis. Michigan over Michigan State. Purdue ovei Minnesota. Kentucky over Mar quette, Oklahoma over Kansas Missouri over Colorado. Far Wesl: Stanford over Wash jjton, Oregon Slate over Idaho San F'ruu'isco over Kansas Stale Tech Expected to Have Easy Time With Monticetlo If Arkansas Tech can, as expect:d, turn back Arkansas A. & M t Motilu-cllo tomorrow night, the*. Vendor Boys will go into vlii'ii w irknnsns Intercollegiate Confer- nee title-deciding game with Hen- lerson next week with an equal oop record of four triumphs in as many starts. But Ihis conference lilt and .'in- other, between Arkansas State Teachers and College of the O.arks U Clarksville tonight, must .yield he .spotlight this weekend \o uvo ion-league engagements. Those will pit Ouachita against he University of Arkansas earn al Fort Smith tonight ilendorson against Arkansas State at Jonesboro tomorrow !n what shape up as ding-dong bailie royals. Other games arc: Magnolia A. & M. vs. Northeast Center of LSU at Monroe, La., tonight; Hcndrix vs. Southeast Missouri Teachers al Cape Girardeau Saturday. NEXT: How'fast do meteorites travel? Drawing Cards Razorbacks were able to get :'n j royalties. And anyone who believes their first full workout of the week I that such sentimental comradeship as fair weather replaced a_ pi ague | and inner nobility ever existed bushel. One pair smooth mouth I of rainfall. Coach John Barnhill mules, 1000 pounds each. One spotted Filly Colt. 15 months old and saddle bred. Will make a nice pony for a child. One butcher hog. Am located two miles above Cross-roads .on Hope- Columbus. Parker Rogers. 8-3t Real Estate for Sale NICE LOT 90 FT. FRONT WITH five room house jieeding repair. Quick sale Porterfield. price §2,500. Floyd SIX ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, hardwood floors, walking distance. Price $5,500. $3,000 cash, balance like rent. Floyd Porterfield. 2-6t 295 ACRES.'-REp RIVER MIXED land farm. 260 acres cultivation, ' 35 acres alfalfa meadow, 6 tenant houses, 2 barns, toolhbuse, blacksmith shop, deep well, electricity available. Located on gravel road, mail routes arid school ' bus route, Also 1/3 interest in modern 4.80 gin stand, 120 h.p. diesel, 3 powered gin, Modern a company would a money-order right among such readily send away for a temporary bargain qf- announced that Aubrey Fowler, first string tailback who was in- „ __...... jured in the Ole Miss gome two Uer in electric belts or the mail weeks ago, would start against the (order, home-study course in car- Owls. (tooning, song-writing or how to be Two other Porkers, however, are ! a magician or a detective. Certain not counted on for action. Guard |ty such company existed in the Major Tallant definitely is out with itimc that O Neill hit upon, prob- a broken arm, while Fullback John : ably hoping no survivor lived to Shaddox, who missed the Texas i fault him, .in Diamond Dan A. & M. game last week, still Is j ° R °" 1>k £ s ° n lh . c Bowery nnd in on the doSbtful list. 'the P. P. P. sajoons m Chicago - game, became, a complete iSS^^ate^Pror.^^^ 6 but drier. 17 miles to Located in Miller nearest county. gin. Call 1C. L. D. Hutt, Fouke, Ark. Priced sellout of about 10,000 yesterday I ~ afternoon as the last general admission bleacher seats went in a hurry. The crowd is sure to be the largest ever to watch the Razorbacks perform in their home state. Rice •will carry a belter season record into the cnc9unter . The Owls \yere upset, 7-6, by Louisiana State in their opener, which was played in the mud. They haven't stumbled since, running over Southwestern, Tulane, Southern Methodist, Texas and Texas Tech. Arkansas holds victories over Northwestern Louisiana, Texas Christian, Baylor and Texas A. & M. the Razorbacks tied Oklahoma to sell. $25,000. 2-6t Notice A. M. and lost to Texas and Mississippi, the latter in a terrific upset. Both the Owls and the Porkers , wasn't. It still docs and in prettier salons. But such a lot of talk and speaking as the great man has made up out of his head should come within the purview o£ the Fair Practice Act, which once was invoked, and in Mr. Hoover's presidency, too .against a Hollywood producer who tried to palm oft' a tribe of respectable American Alros from the casting bureau as Melanesian idyllists of the Al Jolson, or Yaki-Hula, concept. The department of commerce argued that there was a limit beyond | which it was unfair even for a li TI iTiv i, n I Arizona over Snnta Clara. Nevadi •.hat this ir.me will settle Uielloulh-1 uvcl ' Santa B:ilbi "' a ' Denver ovo '! IU U 111 lo y.-U 11C Will ALlLlt; 111L. OUUlll W \rr\tn ! n (* 1 T 1 M!\ '^1'ito 'IVfM* T^ PI ft\"\ vest Conlerence race. Clyde Scott, vv -\°"?•"'••, ,,, n .,. ,''p r rolorndo A '.he one-time navy hero, is nealed llm ^ ol ""<- UUn ovci ooloi ado A jut if his new-found Arkansas mates win. it will be a bigger upset than Ihe recent Rice victory j •jver Texas. | Iowa over Wisconsin: The Badg- ?rs have a weak defense, Iowa can do everything well but score. Here's where xhcy )o:nn. Alabama over Louisiana State: Harry Gilmcr was held completely in check last week. He is* too apod to suffer that fate on successive Saturdays. Pensylvania over Columbia: In the belief that the potentially great Quaker club learned its lesson last week when Princeton triumphed. Northwestern over Indiana: Ben Raimondi's passes will keep it close but the Wildcats will have congress worn a n-iit-i urge. The I.V.I, took its sound -jouip- niont into tho Illinois :'iver, which is classified ns n 'odcral o."iterway and outside the jurisdiction uf ?ocul£ police. o-— Luzon is the largest nnd richest island of Ihe Philippines. &M. CAMPAIGN ECHO Pooria, 111., Nov. -1 •- I/P)—City regulations against sound trucks didn't, deter the Independent Voters of Illinois yesterday Jn iho organ- i/ation's campaign on behalf of Emily Taft Douglas, Democratic Doug Bacon ELECTRIC Carl Jones CO. power onough to win. week, this writer sees them this way: liice over Arkansas •— Believing the Owls, :i collection of stars of five seasons, simply have too much stuff for Ihe plucky Porkers. A. & M. over SMU — This one easily could gn either way, but ihe Aggies have more punch than they showed against Arkansas last week and aru about due to snap out of it with fury. The home field — SMU's — may prove tho difference, however. Texas over Bnylor — The Bears have been totally incapable of stopping the weaker teams and surely can't cope with the Steers. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Rxturet Plumbing Repair* HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing Phone 259 • Heating Hope. Ark. Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main Street — for — House industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 "What's th' matter—got no confidence in me?" ALL KINDS OF SEWING ALTER- ations and children clothes included. The Better Made Shop Where prices are reasonable. Next door to the Barlow Hotel. Mrs. John Clark and Mrs. Pink Taylor. 6-3t censed fictioneer to impose on the people's ignorance. If that precedent stands, O'Neill is as good as in jail now. Buck Grouse and Howard Lindsay sent me a nasty wire, but grade B, as repartee, last spring, are primarily running teams, but]the occasion of my last review of each has a sharp aerial attack to the drama because, as I said, I SPORTS BOUNDUP | ^_ -» > • •^•«iA«« Ib -m^^^^*mmmmfm*m*^^J , .•••••••••if nm 9. iiHiuft at-" - _._ Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime P.'otection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ASSO. Omnh'a, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 952-J 1013 W, 5th St. MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Tftxarkana open up the defense or i:or use as scoring punch. To keep them away from over- rowded Little Rock and the high- DAY NURSERY FOR CHILDREN. Now opened. Mrs. A. B. Enoch. Phone 83-R. 8-3t Sarnhill planned to bed down his la/orbacks 'in an undisclosed xown iut of the capital tonight. The Rice quad was expected vo spend vhe night here. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS opd CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) H No Answer Phone 3158-R RIALTO 3 Days • Begins Sun. Feature Bladi Beauty aUS SCARTQONr hadn't seen their "state of the union", but repudiated the situation they assumed, on the basis of the scenario. Had I Celt equally y enthusiastic game atmosphere, (aggrieved, I could have wrought Q -__,_ : ,, _, j ,. ,.._, j ,.,_ a shapc ] ier denunciation of the ties of old friendship in hot oat- Citric acid for soft drinks, con- f . - i . . . --- [IJittVS VVU1 fectionery, and medicine is now the clock meal with my finger and without an accomplice. But I have an advantage because practice makes perfect, and I produce five days a week, whereas people who write lays work by the calendar, not Jike the Cherry produced mainly by mold fermenta- i sisterSi behind a screen which Portion instead o£ from citrus fruits. O —*•• T Chicken feathers have been made nto an experimental yarn.' Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. HELP WANTED WHITE ONLY Practical Nurses, $40 to $55.00 per month. Waitresses, $40.00 per month Room, Board and Laundry Furnished Experience unnecessary Call or write: Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium State Sanatorium, Arkansas MARTIN bids the audience to confound their puppets with the wry riposte. O'Neill took ten years on "the iceman" and still it is slap- i dash. I had said also that the I clent of the drama, once committed to a night at the make - believe, was stuck, not only for 'ihe price of his tickets but for an evening of time, and I renew the I protest, with a bonus in this case. I For here the victim hurries \o formation at haU'-past-overwroughl by insinuations of something fairly special, and, at seven o'clock, when the intermission falls, and still, at 10:45, when the lights go out, he is wondering when vhe .reticent author is going to tell him what fie was #oing to say. Recess would have been a good time to abscond, but I wasn't sure i had enough points, hope springs eternal and waste not, want not. I hope people won't think the , less of me along of'this here. , I tried hard but, as the night wore on, 1 remembered when Wai Disney was making the great con- usion which he finally called 'Fantasia," the show was really lalf a dozen separate and inde-1 pendent but gorgeous doodles which I ie hitched together in a production piece, and damn the dolts who had to ask the meariiug. So I thought it served him right the morning after the opening on Broadway when one of our cosmic pudits, shrewd beyond deception by subtle deviltry, discovered in "Fantasia" a sinister fascist message in the secret language of the Copperhead, the Tory and the National Association of Manufactur- New York, Nov. 8 — (/P)— The National Football League is rather proud of its new rule which ,'or- bids signing college players until they have passed through the 1947 draft, even though their classes have been graduated . . The wnole idea is to keep pro scouts from invading college campuses and disturbing peaceful relations with the source of supply ... A lot of kids have come back from the services looking like, a lot better pro material than they were before the war. Normally they would nave passed through the draft when then- classes left college and would be regarded as free agents now . . . But the National League clubs agreed it would be better to lose out in the race for material than 10 start anything that might look like raiding. Counting The House More than 350 newsmen requested tickets to cover the Army-Notre Dame football game and exactly 147 seats are available, including 40 for telegraphers . . . The rest will be occupied by representatives of 97 newspapers xrotn 19 states and the District of Columbia, .Eng Ian, Australia and Sweden . . That leaves an awful lot of people who'll be mad at the West Point athletic department. Shorts And Shells Sarah Palfrey Cooke, the tennis star ,has blossomed out as a radio commentator on pro basketball. She played the game in school, and field hockey, too ... .Georgia football followers hail Quarterback John Rauch as the guy who makes the Bulldogs' attack, including Charley Trippi, click. He only played 58 minutes against Alabama . . . Jim Barber, one of ihe football Yankees' coaches, claims Army's Barney Poole and Hank Foldberg arc the best pair of college ends in America and of wo he likes Foldberg best. ning streak, Are hastening out to wager a buck . . , . On the'Irish line and Irish luck. _ o — Arkansas, Rice Game IsTops in Southwest By CARL BELU Associated Press Sports Writer Three Southwest Conference games, all having a bearing on the 194G .championship, are on tomorrow's docket, but two of them will have to take a distant back seat to the Rice-Arkansas battle at Little Rock. This is the game picked to de termine whether the Owls will wit an undisputed title or be forced to share .it, possibly with the Ar kansans; If Rice can clear this hurdle, it conference record will be -Jeep clean with Texas A. & M. and | weak Texas Christian and Baylor left as ,the Owls' only remaining foes. They already have disposed of Texas and Southern Methodist. If the second place Ra/orbacks can stage an upset victory they can assure themselves of at least a tie for the crown by beating SMU icxt week. Rice is favored by 13 points, but the Porkers' best performances so far this season have come when they were in underdog roles. The CALL 119 Let us help you with your bedding troubles. We make new or renovate any kind, or size of mattresses. 1 Day Service in Hope MARTIN MATTRESS CO. '"We Sell Sleep" 9?1 W. 3rti St. Phone 119 COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 8. Main REED MOTOR CO 108 East Division St. Mechanical : CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAMI* • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shbp • Complete Point Shop SIGNS and Spray Painting Buildings • Houses Barns • Vehicles • Etc. Waller & Waf'?r Phone 710-W or 194-W Hope, Ark. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new $3 Down — Balance Weekly ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 411S. Ho*el See Us For Our Companies Give Yqu Complete Protection Plus 20% Return Dividend on the Cost of Your Insurance. ,, ^ • rire Tornado Casualty Automobile Real Estate List Your Property for Sale with Us. We have 25 applicants for homes in Hope. Also many calls property. Foster - Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 the William R. Herndon Photographer First National Bank Bldg. Second Flpor PHONE 493 or 114-J PORTRAITS Commercial and Advertising PHOTO COPIES Discharges - Leaal Documents 24 Hour Service Pigskin Pickins ennsylvania vs. Columbia Penn, once upset, Is a very good bet. 'urdue s. Minnesota Bernie Bierman 'ears Purdue. J U J Ul i .in; n i invt jiii'iibwt v Neely ever tutored, by his own mission, against Barnhill's first With the wouldn't you? Gophers' record, J.C.L.A. vs. Oregon The UCLA Bruins Leave 'em in ruins. Army vs. Notre Dame The subway alumni, very bleak From two years of Army's win- fine physical condition and high spirit of Coach John Barnhill's Red-shirts ot'ler too much of a threat to sell them short. The scrap is seen as a test of Rice's powerful line and rushing attack against Arkansas' diversified running and passing offense and the Porkers' determination. The Owls also sport the Southwest's top defensive record. It's ihe finest array of Uilent Rice mentor Jess -- - o w n ad- first effort to rebuild Arkansas pigskin fortunes. Rice copped a '20-7 decision over the Razorbacks lust year. While at least 25,000 or 30,000 would like to sec the Little Rock classic, the sladiuni will oe vaxcd to the utter limit it' an anticipated 18,000 to 17,000 throng is crammcc into it. Texas A. & M. faces possible elimination from the litle race as it meets SMU at Dallas. The Ag gies, like Arkansas uiul Texas, have, only onu defeat in conference piay The Miiyiangs, ;.ilthuugh losing twice — LU Texas and Rice, jiavt Now you can have ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHS made of You and Your Loved Ones By ARTIST Photographers The Shipley Sfrudio 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. Kodak Developing Printing Enlarging OUR MUST BE or MUST BE, because that's a tradition with '.!iis 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-snrile staff. OUR. MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner And Chicago needn't mock New York for seeking social significance j proved tough, in "The Iceman". Not to jest all A. £ M. won by a ,i-0 count las wounds, half the population of i season. •• • The Texas Longhorns are expect little trouble in Baylor's lowly Chicago once upon a time spent days gawking at an eagle on the Montgomery Ward tower, which was only an old gargoyle after all. and some of them swore they saw it move. True, that was a free show and "The Iceman" isn't, but that is inflation for you and you can put me down as one who swears that "The Iceman" doesn't even twitch. ed to encounter their scrap with Bruins have sprung startling sets under past years, last year, 21-14. TCU has an open date tomorrow. Having staged a comeback to predict all games correctly last Bears at Waco, although the up- similar conditions in Texas was Uie winner WANTED White Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Clear and Cleon Overcup Oak togs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkansa* CASH---- inlOMinutes! Borrow money from MS on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all yog ncied if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you wont the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McUrty, at Hope Auto Co. Pridciy, November fl, 1946 P i, A R R A M S A S H O P fc S T A R, H O OZARK IKE Hv Chit 1 *; roung' By Ray Gotta APTUH TH BAWL QUICK,..GIVE /; SNAPPED. ) THEY RAN '/ INTO A HUDDLE PIGSKIN THAT MAGIC/ TOUC HAW-..US FATFIELDS V^ILL KAZZLG-DAZ2LE EM WITH OUR VAMSK1N' BAWL HAW,.,NOW WE'LL . 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