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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

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Pig* l*efcf •* MOM IT A I, MOM, AlKANSAI Agent For Both MFA MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY -,,.;*««> and COUNTRYSIDE CASUALTY COMPANY (A Stork Company) As agrnl- for both of these fine companies we are in a position ro serve your sound needs for casually protection. Quick Service — Low Cost L. M. GOAD 809 S. MAIN HOPE, ARK. PR 7-3407 MAXWELL HOUSE and FOLGERS 8 FLAVORS —MELLORINE SUGAR 10 - ALGO CARNATION and PET MILK Cons WASHING POWDER FIESTA Can JERGENS BLACKBURNS Regular, Honey Flavor ond Sorghum Flavor Gal. RITZ 120z, Box 25c Del Monte and Libbys Fruit Cocktail 2 Cans MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING Q t. 49c GOOD and FRESH PRODUCE NO. 1 RED VINE RIPENED TOMATOES Lb, GOLDEN DELICIOUS ond JONATHON APPLES Lb, EXTRA FANCY REPTQKAYS RAPE Ib, lOc YOU WANT THi BEST MPAT — Wi HAVE !T A y: Til! Ysjjr Peep fregfg >* ft iM^u mi FARKAY DI6KIRS TRAY-PAGK HOMi'MAlB JMfT-filtt!RKIN»/-HAM «n£SC|P w JWJWjTp 0@ ?fkf s m* Thursday , 1958 Al Lopez Is Back in 2nd Place as Usual §y ee WILKS Associated Press Sports Write! 1 Memo In Al I.ope?: Welcome I home. eoaMi. The nice guy skipper nf thr> Ohl- fiiRn While Sox. nfter ppending fM days nf tlie season in (lie second rf'visinn w\ a mnnlh in (lie cellar, hris ellnrhod second plnce again. In his 11 pears ns n manager, thp last cit'ht in HIP mnjors. Lope/ never hns finished lower than second. Rut while that 4-3, 10-inn!ng Victory over T.lptrnil Wednesday kept his record clear, it also fattened .ilTt.blc AT? frustrnlinn. Tie's the 1 only American League manager Except ing Casey Stengel who ench spring insist.? the New York Yankees can be had. And since he cnme up tn the mnjors in 1951 to manage Clovo* land, lie's the only skipper who hns managed to bent the Yankees. taking the 1,0.1'! fins when his In- .iuns won 111 innnos, an AT. record. ,. • • Last year, Lopez quit the Tribe and coned (ho White Sox into- their first second place finish in 37 years. Lope?, is back nt the old stand already signed for '50 The Yankees, who had lost six straight since the day they clinched the pennant, ended their longest losing string in'more than two years by busting Boston 7-5 Cleveland blew a chance to break n third place lie with Boston and Detroit by losing 7-4 at Kansas Jily. Baltimore handed the Washington Senators their fifth shutout, in six games. 2-0, on Iho three- hit pitching of Arnie Portocarrcro. In the National League, the Chicago Cubs clubbed San Francisco 10-3 and Los Angeles beat St. Louis 4-3 in the only games. The White Sox won on Jim Landis' triple and Sherm Lollur's single in the 10th off losing reliever Tom Morgan (2-5). Don Rudolph U-0> won it in relief. 'Boston's Pete Runnels (l-for-4) <opl the AL hat Mead, at .324, while tcammnto Ted Williams i2-for-3 jassod Detroit's Harvey Kiten for second place at .320 Hope Star Classified Ads ABS MUST BE IN 0KICE DAY BIFdRE PUBLICATION ~ PHONF 7=3431 POP, AD TAKER The schedule of Solunaf Periods, as printed below, has been takefl from John Alden Knight's Solunaf Tables. Plan your days so that you will be fishing In good territory or hunting in good cover during these times. If you wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer. The Major Periods are shown In boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours there* after. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Thursday 3:30' 9:35 3:50 9:55 Friday 4:15 10:20 4:35 10:40 Saturday 5:00 11:05 5:20 11:23 Sunday 5:45 11:45 G:00 Americans Ahead in By SIDNEY C. MOODY Jr. NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) — The British, their hopes for the America's Cup all but swamped in the bubbling wake of the shark-swift American defender, Columbia, are whistling for wind in todays third race. Trailing 2-0 in the besl-of-7 series, they're banking on wind and more wind to set the British challenger, Sceptre, off its haunches. "It's getting belter but still not enough yet," said Colin Ratsey, Sceptre's assistant helmsman, after Columbia sailed out of sight Wednesday to defeat the challenger by almost a mile and a hall. At the finish Sceptre 'was just a grey ghost barely visible on tha. hazy horizon Tlie British had said that winds up to 12 miles an hour were what they wanted for best results. They got it Wednesday. But, said Ralsey after the race; "Sceptre's designed for a little Their complaint is that the jeep more wind. We still haven't got up can't be milked, eaten nor turned; to the wind we expected to find here, IS knots." Help Wanted or Ifalfiee, Apply 1ft person. Oaks Cafe and Sift Shop". Instruction lessons in Oil Paint* ing will 'begin Oct. 3. Interested persons tnay contact Freddie Jones. 514 Bast Third St. or call ^2732. 23-Gtc For Rent 2 ROOM furnished apartment with private bath, front and back entrances, electric refrigerator. 321 Bonner St.. phone ?'3553- 19'tf 4 ROOM furnished garage apartment. Adults only. 320 W. 5th. Call ¥-3834, 24-6tc Tjhe Negro Community /' Esther Hlekt , .Phone 7-4678 or7-4474 Thought for the Day Of all knowloge the wise and good seek most to know themselves — Shakespeare. Calendar of Events Members of the Church of God in Christ, 808 South Edgewood St. will observe the Seventh Anniversary of Elder L. C. Washington and wife as pastor of the church" with special services this week, Tonight's service sponsored by Sister R. Poindexter. Guest churches are Springhill, La. Elder A. D. Washington, pastor; Ogden, Elder B. Harris, pastor. Notice we fi&AL figf Af B •• B, B. FKAMRL1N 66MPAIW A, fc/fleteflfcf, Utfii|«r MbWifd Coilisf, Siltittttt '" " " " r MOVING? Long BiiUifee 6«11 lect 8&1 free MlVei Vftfll <-. Will Tf »V*i it. ' eo, A.RKAHSA* SUBSCRIBE to Texarkana Ga' zette, Complete sport and news coverage. 35c Week. T. V. pro* grams, Early delivery, Phone Ray Duke 7-2743, 17-iMo, BAR.HAM Brothers House Movers. Insured and free .estimate',' Write Barham Brothers Cale', Arkansas. 21*1 Mo. For Sob ALUMINUM screens, doors, stdrm 1 wlndp.ws, \yealher - stripping, Insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing, Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone 7-58G7. 9-tf HOUSE TO BE MOVED :.F,or sale by bid. 422 West Third Street; Hope, Ark. Raymond Byers PJlpne..7-295G, 13-1-m-p MY home at Ozan, Ark. : 5'-rooms, front and back porch. John W. Webb, Ozan, Ark. 15-1-m-p STATION Wagon, Willys 'JJeep," Deluxe model, good cotidition, ,good tires, battery and brakes. Economical, -'safe, dandy "school car. Phone 7-3268. 16-tI Natives in the African and Asian countries where the jeep is replacing the carnei are not com- plttely satisfied with the newcomer. nto tents when retired. DISCOVER WHAT Turner Chapel and Pilgrim Rest Baptist churches will honor Rev. A. Legans with a special service on his seventh anniversary as pastor of (he two churches, Sunday, Sept. 28. Rev. Shep Jackson will preach the morning sermon and Rev. N. Young will >be the speaker for the afternoon service, Guest churches: New St. Paul, Lcwisville; Calvary Hill; -Mt. Pleasant; Union 'Hill; West Track; Garland; Common Hill; Mt. t O'Lear; New Bethel; Haynes Chapel and Galilee. Sister Lola " Hunter will be mistress of ceremonies. > The Alter Guild Club of BeBee. Memorial CME Church wil sponsor a wiener roast on Saturday night, 1 Sept, 2, at the home of 7'Mrs. Per- sic Turner. The public is invited to attend, Thp Rev. M. L. Riley, new pastor of Rising Star Baptist Church of Hope will assume the pastorate on Sunday, Sept, 28 and will preach at the 3 p.m. services. Send for copy of Imperial's new Brown Sugar Cookbook, Brings out new flavor in food 60 wonderful wipes to open up a new world of flavor in your Booking! Each pie, cake, pandy, cookie, desert, frosting , , , flattered by the special, rich flavor of Imperial Brown Sugar, It's the only brown sugar with a heat*sealed cello, pbane wrap to ke§p it «p#,,, fresh! gend for "Alip?in BrownSwggrJand" today, *' <- ' ii'ii • .' i ,'* T?r ™' < Mill sgypsn teaay f$r ygur free Brown ' ' George ('Boots) Smith Jr, chairman of the' Youth Foundation of Hope, urges all men of Hope and vicinity to attend a special meeting at Hicks Funeral Home on Friday, Sept, 27 at 7;30 p,m. This meeting is pertaining to the Youth. Center project, Mr, Smith said "It seems everyone is willing to discuss the problems of our youth, but too iewj are willing to do much about it." DACHSHUND puppies. Phone 7- 22S7 or 7-2201. WANT AB RAT6S Ai! Woflf Ads sti payable ft- Bdvonce but odi will bt adceptSt ofef th<* tele^Kdrie and accornotte flbft accounts allowed With the Ui! aefs'fflficllflg the ficcouhf Is fiayablt «che« sfoteifiSnf Is rendered. Nuftibef Qf Words UptdlS 16'to 20 21 (6 2$ 2« to 30 3) to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 Day .45 .60 ,75 .90 1.65 1.20 1.35 i.50 three 5dys .90 1.7.0 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 boys 1,50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4,5' 6.9' ' . tlttf 13.5'J !£.»• CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time ............................ ?§e 1 tlm« ..... , .................. .... 75c 6 tlhies .......................... SOc . Ihch Safes quoted above ate fof tof secuflve Insertions. Irregular of skill- date ad? will fake the ohe-doy fate, All ddlly classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 tS: m. ftrt publication the following day. , the publishes reserve the Haht M ' fevlse of edit all advertisements of feted for publication and to rciec' onv objectionable advertising suH- miffed, Initials of '»ne of wore letter*, flroups of figures such as house ot telephone numbers cotinf as ode word, 'the Hope Star'will not be responsible for efrors In Wont Ads unlds' errors are called to our attention after FIRST lnw>tori rtf rid an'H 'then for ONLY the ONE Inco.frscr Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-343! e Star nfHooc 1199; Press 1927 Consolldoted January IB,. 192* Published every weekday 'afternoor by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C.E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secy-Tre>. at The Star Bulldinq 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas * * Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publish* Paul H. JnnG<:. Mnnonfng Editor Denal Parker, Advertising Mgr. Georqe W. Hnsmcr, Mcch. Supt. GOOD combination saddle & work horse, $100.00 • Also, .about 35 •bales of hay, 35c a bale. Contact H. D. Shirley. ' 23-3tp H.ODpA'NT) BUUBS, .just arrived. Mont's 'Seed Store. We give Gold '•Bond Stamps. . 24-4tc A'PiBDES — Fresh load Illinois apples red delicious and Jonathan; 9 Ib. sack of Schoolboy Jonathan G5c. Russells-Curb;Mkt. 901 W- 3rd. Call 7-9933. ... 25-3tc Services Offered LET us renovate your old tress. We specialist* in zed Innersprlng. COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4th,. Phone 7- mat- t-tt RALPH Montgomery Market, custom, slaughtering. We have meat {or your'deep freeze. See ui before buying,". ' * 17-tt SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO, Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd. L. E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695. 5-14-tf PASTURE clipping, see Mike Sny- ker, at Snyker Hotel, Phone 73721, 23-1 Mo. The Providential Insurance Company of Little Rock, Ark., issued a Obituary Miss Lois Marcell Graves daughter of Mr, and Mrs- Julius Graves of Nashville, Ai'k, died in Greenville, O. Sept. 19, Funeral services will be held at St. Paul Methodist Church in Nash ville, Sunday, Sept. ?8 st 3 p.m. Burin) svill be in St. Payl Ceme lory with Hicks Funeral Home .in charge, PRE?S By, THg,A§§OQ)A,T£0 AMiRIOAN New Chicago Boston Petroit 00 8Q 75 73 J,, . City Washington 70 73 7 1 ) 75 73 77, 73 79 Pot, G ,506 '.583 f)'*j .500 •500 ,500 ,487 477 18 OnJy a{ §5hesl"l9 7, Chicago 1 Petroit 2, City 7,, OQ aj Detroit at ,C^v9land (HI Ne-w YP»'!s L5AQVB \V. I,. BP . n 74 -516 1? -il m 495 15- II M 41ft 13 which is guaranteed renewable for life, Policy is for 365 days, Goqcl at any Hospital or Doctor — Ypu do NOT pay the first $35,00 of any claim — puys for calls at Doctbi'g office. Pays for Accidents or Suiv gery at Doctor's office or Hospital — Ages; Birth to JOO years, Hos. policy is not sufficient or rates have 'been increased, call or write CEOiL WEAVER Phone'7-3 (43 814 Spruce SJ- — Hope, Ark, •t 10'JgtC Entered o* second class matter at the Post Office* or Hope, Arkansas, under the Art of March 3/ 1897. * Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates (payable • In advance): By carrier In Hine and neighboring towns — Per week $ .30 Per year ,; .'.. 1S.60 By mall In Hempsteud, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller counties — One month $ .83 Three" months 1.85 Six month 3.50 One year ,.., .,.,.., 6.50 All other mall — One month '-30 Three months 3.90 Six months .,: , 7.80 One year ..,."..,.,,,...'. , 15.60 Nat'I Advertising Representative!) Arkansas Dallies. Inc.; 1602 Sterick Bldg., Memphis* 2, Tenn,; 505 Texas Bank Bldg., Dallas 2,'Texas; 360 N, Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y, ; 1763 Pefiobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okie. Member of The Atsocolted Prcn; The' Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper, os well 03 all *>P new dispatches , IMPRISONED AUTHOR Miguel do/Cervantes, Spanish author, was captured by pirates in 1575, After five years as a prisoner, he finally was • ransomed through the" efforts of friends. Room ond Boqrd gQQWng at ROOM ANB FOR room and its best, with , roQms with wnerspring mattr?ss« es, sttip YentiJaMpn, . Fcmole Help WflnUd TWO wsjitfesses},' ARP,]y n,} per, ' <? 9 fe, HP??, Al'K, GRILL CAFE _ BREAKFAST — 35e - 5Qc - 65c Home Style Hot Biscuits Open 3 a, m, to 8 p, m, 1^ elf'iff f ROAD KING S, pirn 7 5800 MgUART inn«r» or Ont , Furnitwrs * Mettre M Gt, 117 §9, ilm how yoy may Representative ip prqy^ecj. .Qpgjiing? In ity. gfi]in^ end gecj Pai v jjeppssary. , m sp Q ypur wTiiif HUNGRY? 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