I! ?!*•*. ,*» I!!. CLASS/ Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six OneSh- HOPE STAR, HO PI, ARKANSAS Words Up to 15 16 to 20 31 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 30 to <0 41 to « ... W to 50 Day Days Days Month .45 .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 6.00 .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 .50 \.80 3.00 9.00 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 1.20 3.40 4.00 12.00 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 1.50 3.00 6.00 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Ouly • AU Want Ads Casn in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale ONE PRACTICALLY NEW 194G ton and half Studebakcr (ruck. Stake body, 8:25 tires. See Buck Williams. G-t£ Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- netian Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds and awnings, Write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17th St. Texarkana, Texas. 15-lmo LET US RENOVATE THOSE OLD mattresses or make new ones. Phone Shop. 22S-J. Cobb's Mattress PRACTICAL NURSING. SEE Mrs. Alice Clayton at Crossroads ou Columbus highway. 25-31 ONE DODGE TRUCK. 1939 MOD- el and Hobbs Van, New motor in truck. All in good condition. Good tires. Texarkana Casket' Company, Texai;kana. Texas. 19-6t CHRISTMAS GIFTS! FULLER brushes of all kinds. Especially stiff bristles. Mrs. Leon Buncly. Phone 138. 19-lm TWO ROW CASE TRACTOR AND ! equipment, also 1942 one and one- half ton Chevrolet dump truck. See at Texaco Station, Emmet, Ark. 20-61 40 ACRES, GOOD LAND, 8 ACRE pasture, orchard, 4 room house, barn, good water, wagon, cultivator, all other farm tools, 9 miles south of Hope, \k mile east of highway 29. 3/4 mile northeast of Milo Shepards home. Priced to sell. Elisha Burns. 20-Ct 80 ACRE FARM, 6 ROOM HOUSE, lights, gas, on school bus and mail route, good outbuildings. H. G. Moore, Phone 1097-R. 1 mile out on S.P.G. road. $10,000. 21-6t Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Anv amount. What have you? Phone 23-2mo 61. Wanted to Rent FOUR OR FIVE ROOM UNFURN- ished apartment or house. Pete Laseter, Phone 416 or 34-J-3. 23-4t SIX ROOM HOUSE, BATH, PAN- try, screened in porch, large closets, newly papered and painted, inside, and out. Beautiful floors. Extra large rooms. Lot 140 X 142, close in. Call Carl Bru- _ner, 843. 22-3t - COLD DRINK BOX, SIZE 7 CASE. pair of computing scales, meat slicing machine. See at Little Food Palace, Main at Twelvth. 22-3t GIVE A PIANO FOR CHRISTMAS.' !versity S 12° Writfv nr nVinnr* uc onrl -ttm n»-JTl T3: + *~i COUPLE WANTS TO RENT small apartment or house Urgent. W. L. Miles, Gen. Del. Hup-; Ark. Salesman Wonted EXECUTIVE TYPE SALESMAN needed for vacancy by AA-1 national advertising specialty manufacturer established 1383. New plastic, leather, novelty, souvenir, • exclusive calendar lines, est, most diversified in field --—», •••VLH, vt»v>w*oij..;',;u in e Qualifications: Age 30-45. eight years selling experience, steady intelligent worker. with these qualifications car Man making $5,000—310,000 with us their first year. Our top producers made over $20,000 in 1945 Write qualifications S. W. Allen, Jr., Kemper-Thomas Company Cincinnati 12, Ohio. ••»•._ i f Fair Enough By Weitbrook Pegler Copyrlflht, 1948 By King Features Syndic ate. New York. Nov. 25 — Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt disgrees with Mrs. Julius V. Talmadge, the president of the Daughters of the American Revolution, who disagrees with President Truman's proposal that the United States permit ihe entry ot a greater number of "displaced persons" from refuge camps. The D.A.R. is an intensely patriotic and nationalistic organization which has suffered considerable derision lor its strict loyalty to the United States with no second choice. Its members have been depicted as a high-busted group of serio-cornic. middle-aged-to- elderly she-Rotariiins who concern themselves with ilovvor arrangements of cat-tails and milkweed pods, listen to lectures and regard communism as legalized rapery, as whv shouldn't they? These girls are as they are and, weight for age, no less toothsome (nan the dames who lambaste them, no fatter scrawnier, n* less 25-11 Foot bail By The Associated Press Yale 27; Harvard 14. Dartmouth 20; Princeton 13. Delaware 20; Muhlenberg 12 Georgetown 19; New York Uni- Write or phone us and we will make delivery immediately of a nice rebuilt and refinished piano. Reasonable prices, easy terms. Also reserve orders- accented for the new Kimball and Mason & Hamlin Spinets. Little Rock Piano Company. 216 Main St. Phone 2-4149. 22-6t 260 FEET 1 1-2 (JNGH &LACK pipe. Paul DeLiacerda, One, McCaskjll:* -v. . Route 25-6t ONE OIL STOVE, ONE WOOD stove. A. J. -Kent, nine' miles south on Patmos road. 25-3t A GOOD HOUSE -WITH 5 LARGE rooms, front and" back porch, to be moved from present location. Priced for a quick sale. Moore Bros. . 25-3t 1 TEAM MULES, '1 WAGON,*"CUL- tivator, 100 bushel corn. See Walter Baber at Hope airport or "" " 25-Ct call 34. Washington, Ark. For Rent SLEEPING ROOMS, CLOSE IN 322 Soxith Walnut. Mrs. Mart Yo, com, Phone 405-W. 22-31 BEDROOM WiyH KITCHEN privileges. Two working girls or eounle. Call 702 or after 4:30 p.m. Call 366-R. 22-3t Wanted NEW OR RENEWAL' SUBSCRIP- tions to any magazine. Order your Christmas gift subscription now. Phone 28 or 369-R. Charles Reynerson at Hope City Hall. 15-lm ROOM AND BOARD FOR WORK- ing mother and care children. Call 83-R. for two 22-6t Lost ,REDBONED HOUND, WEARING small collar. No identification tag. Reward $10. Notify Roosevelt Garland, Hope, Rt. 3, Box Pittsburgh 14: Penn State 7 Holy Cross 12; Temple V. Michigan State 26; Maryland 14 Michigan 58; Ohio State 0. Illinois 20: Northwestern 0 Indiana 34; Purdue ''0 Minnesota 6; Wisconsin 0. North Carolina 22; Duke 7 Georgia Tech 41: Furman 7. North Carolina Slate 37. Florida 6. San Francisco 39; Wyoming 7 Texas Tech 1C; Arizona 0 City Univ G1 lEcthany , ^ -•'£ ^ur^ca "B" 27; Midlar.rf "o. .m.,''T as " B " 13; Kansas State •D 0. , i'ermessee 7; Kentucky 0. University of Virginia :il ;West Virginia 0. Clemson 21; Auburn 13. Mississippi State 20; Mississippi Notre Dame 41; Tulane 0 Southwestern (Kss) 10; College of Emporia 6. Emporia Teachers 21; Pittsburgh f _ (Kas) Teachers 0. U.C.L.A. 13; Southern Stanford 25; California 0. . Oregon State 13; Oregon 0. Washington 21; Montana 0. Columbia 59; Syracuse 21. Boston College 13; Alabama 7 Georgia 43; Chattanooga 27 S.M.U. 35; Baylor 0. Rice 13; Texas Christian 0. Oklahoma 27; Nebraska 0 Oklahoma Aggies 59; Drake 7 New Mexico 14; Kansas State 7 Wichita 13 ; Toledo 7. -o- 26-6t VISIT Hope's Exclusive Children's Shop Clothes for Infants — Toddlers — Children Gifts — Toys — Cards SUE and LEE Tots to Teens 223 S. Walnut Phone 949 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Mope 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 41 IS. Hotel Few Football Teams Remain Undefeated Now York, Nov. 25 —(I?)— Fourteen college football teams remain in the unbeaten-untied class xoclny and all but four of them have completed their season schedules. The only perfect record club io am by the wayside Saturday was Muhlenbcrg, beaten by Delaware, &\J~l £i, .-The xinbeaten and untied .'ist: Team Ueorgia x-Missouri Valley (Marshall; x-Delaware UCLA '"..:; Hardin-Simmons .... x-California (Pa.) Teachers ...... x-Mayrville (Tenn.) x-St. Norbert's x-Wesleyan intelligent or courageous in their convictions and second io ;io other gioup in their unconditional American patriotism. I thought I would mention these matters by way of establishing their right io their opinion on immigration or anything else, subject to no discount on ihe score of looks or their preoccupation with low-priority interests while .as it were, Rome burns. Alter all. it wasn't Mrs. Talmadge who brought a personal protegee to Washington on public salary to divert the masses from bombs bursting in air by teaching ballroom versions o£ "Turkey in the Straw" touched up with squirms of Hollywood kootch; or, touching on the subject of manners, who served pink lemonade, spiked with square- face, to the British prime minister, knowing him to be a bandy man. Coming now to the mater of the admittance of more "displaced persons," I am in a position to say that our present immigration laws and policy are so leaky, complex and confused that the only desirable nersons who are really excluded are good Germans who had to submit to Oie Nazi regime for the same reason that millions of Americans hn.d io accept the domination discipline of Mrs. Roosevelt's iriencls of the C.I.O. — to wit, in order to live. We have been letting aliens into New York alone at the rate ot lo.ooo a month, when native Americans can't find living quarters, as Franklin. Jr., has been bellowing through the political loud-speakers of the American Veterans' Committee, and at a time when a native American never knows whether Mrs. Roosevelt's political comrades will let him earn a day's pay or make him pack a placard, throw bricks at the cops and put in :cor relief to feed his family. few days ago, after a class of European displaced persons had been sworn in by a district judge, ten of them, described by an attache of ihe court as "bc- jewelcd and befurred" types, which abound in expensive hotels and apartments along Park and .b ifth Avenues and in ihe region of Central Park, inquired before they left the building whether they could now -get passports and go back to Europe immediately as American citizens. The fact is plain that the selection of the lucky ones who receive visas permitting them to come here is up to the American consular employees in Europe, who are slaves ot bureaucratic hum-drum and not too well paid and, presumably, -10 more likely to spurn graft than others more highly placed in the political party which sent them abroad. The recent Garsson case, which recalled an earlier regime of bribery and shakedown in the immigration service, set up iittle red flags of caution in the present situation in American consulates abroad, which probably will be ignored. Breckinridge Long, an assistant secretary of state, in a con- iidenlial report lo a committee of the House of Representatives in 1943, revealed that frightened ap- ..,„,.. plicants for • visas had slipped - PTS OP| m .°» e y into their papers and other- 0 437 031 wi s . e . trlc d to bribe the consular tt^lffr. » rt .. ,,t tL. .1 . _ . . SPORTS a war measure That would leave the minor league governing body with no income but rm ui- bership and protection and with a uipidly dwindling reserve uind . . Without cash. ;he .association couldn't do much and might just as well move its headquarters in Cincinnati and become a satellite of the commissioner's office. It fofc I fttferteA, ,T». SV— New -York, Nov. :?5 — (/P)— An independent minor league baseball club owner claims the bit; leagiis moiails "are .-ittempting and practically succeeding in rilling — and ruining — the national association." ... If that is true, iho Dig leaguers should find it very ensv to take full charge at next 'week's meeting . . . All they'd have to do would be to vole down ihe restoration of the two percent "tax" on player sales, which was dropped :is e I earns >easons This Week By AUSTIN BEALMEAR New York, Nov. '!;"> — (.'I')— With the Rose Bowl .'illed and <;everal major conference races settled, the college i'ontball teams which haven't quite had enough will pick up the .loose ends of Ihe 1946 season this week as promnters select, the opponents for other post-season pa rnes. The "ina! week of the campaign will divide its grid :'are between Tli.-mksgivini; Day and Saturday with the big four — Army. Notre MONOPOLIST Mill Valley. Calif., Nov. 25 — (/P) — The Homestend Valley volunteer fire department gave a whist party with three Thanksgiving tur- Keys as the prizes. After some intense card ulayini 1 , Mrs. W. C. Dreschsler won the lirst bird. competition resumed and in due time the second gobbler was awarded to Mrs. Dreschsler. She won the third turkey too. Hints, Not Guaranteed W]Ul tllo big fom . _ A . Notrc Soon after the football v/olvos | Dame, Georgia and UCLA --ri.sk- -cigan to howl after Michigan; ing their beaten records on the State s Charlie Bachman, Back-1 week-end date. tield Coach Johnnie Pingel flatly ( Ai my, shooting beg n-'ui LIIUI uuiinny isn t 100 uopular nd lhat the Spartans really have iheir eyes on Ari/.on.-i's Mike Oas- teel ... A "dark hnrse" among Ihe. possible successors io -Vndv Kerr at Colgate is William "Ki" Young, who quit coachim? at An In i t'»i M V l.i.rU , i_ _ - i * _ i«i „ -.jj, ,,...., -.jvrii V.LJII l. 1 1 1 I I l£ «14L Ml- burn, N. Y., high school "after an unbeaten season to look" after his insurance business. Young, a Col sate grad, is a close iriend Kcrr. alifornia --- o ,-,,,, umiiiers lennessce, which squeaked -oast Did you know that Ty Cobb held Kentucky. 7-0, In match Georgia's the record for votes in the Hall of conference tocord of :'our wins and F.-uno elections with U\c exception no losst '- q . will be al Vanderbilt. of the unanimous choice of Lou A Tennessee ioss and a Georgia ^ehrig? All but :four of 323 base- lr "imph would Rive the Bulldogs Dots All, Brothers Did the of the unanimous choice ui i^uu Gehrig? All but four of 223 baseball writers' ballots went to Ty . . . Dick Schultz, the Cleveland pro basketballer, also wields a nifty paintbrush and turned out some hand-painted "little brown jug ties last summer in honor of the big horse race in his home town of Delaware, Ohio. o FootboH Results By The Associated Press All-America Conference Chicago 38; New York 23 Cleveland -12; Buffalo 17. San Fr.-mcisco 30; Brooklyn 14 '. Natioral . League New York 7; Pittsburgh 0. Boston 40; Los Angeles '21 Chicago Bears 12; Detroit G Washington 27; Philadelphia 10 Chicago Cardinals 24; Green Bay American League Akron 20; Long Island 0. Jersey City 28; Scranton 17. Newark 21; Paterson 14. o won a game since . ; ls opener. ^ Georgia. which brctv.ocl pa.-t Chattanooga, -1K-27. • to run its pcr- fi'fl ire-ord lo i.iiu- wins, will be invaded by Gennjia Tech, a ieiim tiial trampled Furman, 41-7, for It:; eighth triumph since dropping its opener 10 Tennessee. , Thr- winnnr probably will i;o to it'< the Sugar Bowl and Georgia can clinch ;> lie /or iho Southeastern Conference championship. Tennessee, which squeaked -oast G. gave a damn. On top of all this, the sailor held a card in ihe National Maritime the title, whiln both would .-.hare the championship by winning. Tennessee already has accepted n bid to the Orange Bowl, with an opponent expected to come :'rom the Southwest Conference. T iri,A. which won vhp Pacific Coast conference title and tho ri«h| to be JuiKl team in the Rose Bowl i by turning back Southern Califor-l ma. i;!-,1, winds up its regular sea-! son against invading Nebraska . Southern C.-il. ine-tnwhile, will invade Notre Dame Satin-day whose unbeaten but once-tied eleven swamped Tulane, -11-0. . It was all over but iho shouting in the Big Nine, where Illinois won he lillo and qualified io represent the East in the Rose Bowl by whin- ping North wcslcm, 20-0 Other Big Nine finales' hist week saw Michigan slaughlor Ohio Stnto ,i.i-fi, Indi:in.-i defeat Purdue, 34-20 and Minnesota clip Wisconsin >:;-()' North Carolina, winner of' the southern Conference title with a ^- ( triumph over Duke, closes out Its- season al Virginia Saturday and other teams in that loop argue over second place on Thursday Saturday's schedule in the Southeastern Conference will find Mis- ..10 .10 387 337 29(5 4(11 274 211 223 165 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 Dfvision-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. For a Quality Job... By Efficient Workmen and REASONABLE CALL HOUSTON ELECTRIC CO. HOUSE WIRING — INDUSTRIAL REPAIR APPLIANCES and FIXTURES FREE ESTIMATES ON ALL JOBS 228 East 3rd St. Hope, Ark. Phone 61 to put them ahead of others and his description of this only confirmed observations in Danzig and other Baltic and Polish cities alter the first world war, when American shysters who knew the law and the ropes went around herding their clients ihrough ihe works at so much per head. The immigration service now is working under a presidential "directive," one of -those ambiguous .writs which mean everything and nothing and allow CI-OOKS discretion to okay for admittance here the sort of individuals who believe, and with increasingly good reason, that the United States now ?s as rotten as France before the f.-iss. Men actually engaged in the immigration service on this side of the water disagree so often on points that should be plain that obviously the law, ihe regulations and ihe exceptions are a mess to be administered by intuition, by guess and by ear. In a recent Stowaway case Federal Judge Murray Hulbort had be- lore him a young, educated Spanisn merchant sailor, possibly a Communist, although he called himself a "Democrat," who had hidden his brother aboard a freighter and tried to smuggle him into New York. The probation report on the sailor recommended 18 years and suspended sentence and when Judge Hulbert asked a man representing ihe Department of Justice whether ihe government would deport him if he did impose and suspend this sentence, the D. of J. man said he didn't know, be- c/iusc that wasn't the business of his particular office. The judge .hen gave the sailor a year and a day, suspended, and, as an officer of the government, demanded to be advised whether the man v-vis deported. Otherwise, apparently, he would have been allowed to enjoy all privileges of life in the United States except the vote. And when Judge Hulbert asked about the stowaway borther, the answer was :hat he was still on Ellis Island, lying on status quo avec cham REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R pignons and in no danger of'early eighcr. They just didn't Jeporlalion _.„...... „„„,, Ju ^i. ^un i. know. Nobody knew and nobody ORDER NOW Don't take chances on your fuel supply. Winter is here. Hope Butane Co. Hope, Ark. Phone 188 — 554-J AMERICAN CAFE PRESCOTT, ARK. e o Open 24 Hours Daily e « Meet your friends here, Day or Night. We're always glad to serve you. Robert A. Gammill Mgr. MAYO'S Texaco Service Station ' 3rd and Washington Expert Lubrication New Tires and Tubes PHONE 6 -- _ *, . i.» 11_ Aitt nuiitii jvi; Union, of Mrs. Roosevelt's C. I. O., which took a firm stand j Miss^l-ii-ni" 10 '! 2< A? , winnor against Franco, whose government dr-inn^i - r« 7 , Ali . lb .ama, which our country now recognizes as a rv.ii,,;, "A , clcc 'S'O" LO Boston friendly power. Ho had bcrn caUed rf,"m,?/, ^r^"'-? 1 ' 13 viclim of tor routine duty in the Span sh No1"h Ca''o in • ^' ?' ? ™\ ll JS c , r lo Army and here was Ihe United <-.i.oluui State: and Tulano States on the point of offering asylum to a military abscondfr merely because he didn't Jike the government, as though all the drafted Americans had been joyously devoted to Franklin U. Roosevelt, Sidney Hillrnan, Ickos, Pepper and Guffey of Pa. For extra precaution, "displaced persons applying in Europe are now being "screened" by both the Army and the State department but, having in mind the 'larcenous avidity of Arrny personnel in Germany and the Stale department's notorious partiality to any color just so it is red, that is a mitigated assurance. The situation is thai, aside -'rom •1 wives and fiancees and ;iegili- ble other categories, "displaced persons" are what we ain't Melting nothing else but and with none of the normal restrictions -to assure ourselves that they won't be picketing Ihe While House or filching the formula for the atomic bomb for the rulers of the workers' paradise in the U. S. S. R. Sometimes I suspect lhat Mrs. R cloesn t lake enough care in gathering material for her deathless prose. 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. Buildings • Houses Barns o Vehicles • Etc. Waller & Waf'^r Phono 710-W or 194-W Hope, Ark. Doug f a *\ a 'W"y Carl Bacon V*io i I Jones ELECTRIC CO. House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 at Louisiana State. Rice, still trying to share the Southwest Conference title with Arkansas after trouncing Texas Christian, 13-0, entertains Baylor Saturday with Texas Christian playing at Southern Methodist, which blanked Baylor, 35-0. Oklnhqm.'i, assured of :io worse than a tic for Dig Six honors after boating -Nebraska, S7-6, winds up at Oklahoma A. and M. Other major games Saturday will find Holy Cross at Boston College, Washington at Oregon Stale, Washington Stale at Michigan Stale, Kansas Slale at Arizona and Temple at Wichita. Thursday's top game in the East will send Cornell to Pennsylvania with the Ivy League title depending on the outcome. Cornell can .win the championship by upsetting the Quakers. Otherwise it will go to Yale, which grabbed the Big Three title last week with a 27-14 triumph over Harvard, unless league officials decide to count the one lie on the Hli record as a half- game won and a half-game lost and flume the standings on a percentage basis. Such a decision, still pending, would throw the lille into a three- way deadlock if Penn whips Cornell as expected, with Yale, Harvard and Pennsylvania all owning .750 records. Another Turkey Day clash In the East will iind Colgate at Brown. Kansas will be al Missouri Uuirsday to see which car. share the Big Six title with Oklahoma. A tie would hand the undisputed championship to the Soonurs, who beat Missouri but lost to Kansas. Southern Conference games on Ihursda" have Furman at Davidson, William and Mary at Richmond, Suutn Carolina at Wake Forest and Virginia Tech at Viruinip Militaiy. Texas A. and M. will be a'- Texas in the Southwest Conference and Arkansas will play its iraciiliunal thanksgiving Day contest at Tulsa. Elsewhere on Thursday it will bo •Arizona State at Wichita Bradley Tech at St. Louis, Colorado A. and M. at Colorado, Colorado College :it Denver, Utah State at Utah and Idaho at Fresno State Is Refrigerator REPAIRS Phone 800-J 24 Hour Commercial Service Savage Refrigeration Service BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repair* HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Hestlng Phone 259 Hope, Ark. Now you can have ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHS made of You and Your Loved'Ones . By ARTIST Photographers The Shipley Studio 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. Kodak Developing Printing Enlarging WANTED White Oak Logs and fs Clear and Clean Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more derails Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkansas Heart and Sap Cypress Also Pine Across Street from Hope Basket Co. PE SHINGLE CO. Phone 1000 The Hope Bobcats nre resliiiR In inn-cl place in conference standlm; £ l ,' l , w .' 11 llave lo win from Pine Bluff here Turkey Day to hold it. llie locnl team had quite a scare al I'ordycc lust weekend, finally ovci-iToming n 14 point lead to win ." ., ' 1 I? x n |lk »»a's loss to Bcnltm put the Cats nheiifl of the border city eleven. Little Rock and El Dorado nre the two top teams in Hie standings. The locnl loam was refused permission to piny a postseason oair-e against Rogalusa, Louisiana Oc- cembsr 0. With that off their minds the local eleven today settled down to hard work preparing for the Zebras. Although the games havo always been close Bobcat teams have never been able to -beat Pine Bluff. The Hope boys arc favored .u y i? ; "' but b( ? th the coaches and the boys realize Ihoy probably arc in store .for a tough bailie Thursday afternoon. Meanwhile the AAA announced its All - District selections as follows: Ends: Carson. I.itlle Ttork, Winc.1- ham, 151 Dorado. Tackles: Williams and Much, both of Little Hock Guards; Hushing of Little Hock a:ul iMiclell of K) Dorado; Cenler, Stockton of Texnrkann; Backs, Schaufelo and Albright of Little Hock, Parks « f .EI Dorado and Rogers of Hope, tiill Morton made second team guard. Selections in district 7 were dominated by Magnolia with throe Nashville players. Tollctt, Hunicutl, and Bohannan winning berths CALL lf9 Let us help you with your bedding troubles. We make new or renovate any kind, or size ol mattresses. 1 Day Service in riooe MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We Sell Sleep" ja_j W. 3rd St. Phone 119 COMPLETE RADJO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division Si. Mechanics: CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAM* • Complete Repair Shop » Body and Fender Shop • Complete Pgint Shop Monday, November 25, 1946 PRECIOUS ITEMS Clara City, Minn., Nov. 25 —(/I 1 ) — A salesman walked into William Donner's jewelry store, set down his grips, and immediately rushed out again. 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Monday, November 25, BLONDIF HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARRAMSAS Chic* fOUtttf OZARK IKE By Ray Gotta HERE COMES ';. DID VOU KNOW MRS. MSNUFF WEIGHS 320 POUNDS? r" '>' I LOST THE --^ SAME SIZE AH'LL SNEAK ^ A PEEK... ; HE HAS A WIFE /!•> FAMILY -•;---- GROCEPV LIST COULD I BORROW YOUR GROCERY LIST, 'U AS MINE - • — \ _ . . __ ' SMALL ^ CHILDREN hdtvio *: L- •"^" S^'^.^iBi /_m^m^ 11-25 By Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith By MicRaei O'Malfev & Ralbh Lane ^t twenty to ten Growl phoned, saying Bubble was leavin Blue's and headin for WELL, IF IT AIN'T ' 10 o'clock sharp in the shadow of" Corson's Ledge I Heard that music. And just as Clip Lilt must have done, I listened. I TOLD VOU WHAT THAT CANDY WOULD . DO TO YOUR TEETH, the lake. I told him to'delay" Bubble THE BLUE DANUBE .' I'VE HEARD THAT BEFORE! LOOKS LIKE A BOAT OFF JIli, THERE--CIRCLING/ By tflslie Turnefr fVlEANWHILE,THfST LAV) UNSPEAKABLE ROSUEi BUCKINGKm ISM. \S BUSY WRITING HIS fA "TWO DECADES OF GOOD, CLEAN FRAUD". I SEE'THW ft NEW HOfAE FOB. \ AGED BUTTON-HOOK BENDERS \5 } NEAR1NG COMPLETION, &UCK.V! J, ~^ I'VE PONE BUSINESS WITH^ ' I'(A GIAD VOU'VE VI WISH VOU'DJ e BOUGHT ftND ( HIM, PfM.,.. BUT DIDN'T K.MOW DECIDED TO DO 50»AE CHECK THE ENDOWED BV ft 1 LE'fT HIWV THKY WELL f\XEO! PHILANTHROPIC WORK. SPELUN&OFM ! WITH SOUR. FORMER CLIENTS' KINO ttENRT &ND SOWE- NfcMES. VOtl'LU 80DV ELSE'S (A'ONEW, \ F|MU> 'EtA IN \ "WHO'S WHO". I DON'T KNOW HOW I'D KEEP ABREAST OP- WORLD EVENTS IF I WON"? VOUiWINDV! ROPR. 1546 BY HE* SERVICE. INC. T. M. RCC. U. S. PAT. OFF. DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney Marry me, Miss Jones, and let me lake you away from all this!" IN THIS BOA ACE SI* PINTS OF THE PERFECT SOAP SUBSTITUTE GUARANTEED' YEP... USB IT ON HMOS, } FA.CE, CLOTHES... ' V PONT NEE.P SOAP" sssT..HEv,euppy.. Y HA.VIN' TROUBLE SETTIN 1 SOAP. THESE TRECKLE3 AND HIS FSi FUNNY BUSINESS fry Hershberaer > SOAP SUBSTITUTE? BOV, I'LL TAKE THE WHOLE BO\! LOOK AT HIM ST7UT. HE SELLS ST. 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