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Page taut 'Cats to Have Tougfi Time to Stay Unbeaten The Mope ftnhonls will hr <;,•,. l<- iMM a fourth vu-t,.iy nf the Kl .,,«, m Hi 8 o'clock loruyht when (hoy tnkc mi the Toxnrknnn Hn^nrbnrUs <>!' the Big H Cdnffii-iifr in H.-uiime.n.-- OPENING SHOT Texarkana Meet Here Braves Now Big Favorites Affer Two Victories JL£!JLJJL*A• M •> «• A M A H I A I y, Otlalfr 3,1958 ,,inl dinners for n vicMorv \vrvo mnrh j slither with the iimnninrcmcni p ; ,i-. hoi this u-ppk Ihnt luilflj.-n-k Fddio Kill" will not =cc nctum IH-OJIUM' of a frncturod tor ;n,,l ihc other starting luilf. ,)<>hn;iy (JuHcv. mil probably ace only limited nftidti because nf n bruised hip. 111 fop shltpp till" Mripf llnys \vi-ro i-atod about cvon with thY i;,.i.| Ra/orbarks wlio hiivr lust onh in tbo poworful Tr.\,-M k.iiKi. Ti-v.-i.< A victory for tho l!,i/m bac k(he odds fnvor thorn nnn-o ;is u;ii time noars will st.-nnp ihrm ;i^ , of the stale's best. And the Pnrkors. smiiiling fi < thp detent l;i.sl u'ook. arc at i strength and \ull lie trying break back into tho win oulum A loss to Hopo would roallv me loss of prostigo. Much depends lonhjhl on work of tho Hupp line which )-j Jlmited opposition lu 7 puints th season. It the lino onn contain tl fleet, Porker backs, ruled the fastest, tho Bobcats i-oultl con through. Give them two stops ,M they'll 4)e HOIK-, tho Bobcats woi told by scouts this week. 'I'ho loai .spirit' has be-on awfully high, d dicating the boys will be out t . lakt this one. Tho weights are about the s.im as the lineup indicates: Hope — Kntls. Larry V;muhn 155, Bill Hairr. 1C. 1 ). Tackles — Bdbb.v Embrv. irr, L Jerry Thurman. 210. Guards — Winston Duke. Hif) Terry Thurman. Kill. • „ Center — Roy Rowo, 105. Quarterback — David WiUkins , , 155. • Halfbacks — Billy Butler, 15;i , John Graves, !70. Fullback — Don Boothe. HI"). Texarkana -— Ends — Stacy Cog- "-'bjll, HO, Richard Tyson, 185. Tackles — Lionel homas, 210. • Wesley Bryant, 170. Guards —. Meal Points, 100, and James Vines, KiO. " Center — Wendell Crawford, IBS, or G. Marlinclalo, 105. ' Quarterback — George Jordan - -100,, '. 'Hallibacks — Alike Edwards. 170, >, Gary-Brown. 10,") ; Fullback — Charles Jacob. 140 •^^^^^^^•••^•••mpH^^HBHMHIi^^^^BjHH^^^^^^I^^^lM^BHHMH^^^ • — Hope Star Classified Ads A5S MOST §1 IN BAY ItfQRI PUBLICATION - PHoNI 74431 FOB AD TAKER Sy JOE Associated Press Sports WHtet* NEW YORK fAPt — Two up am) two to gn. ftul thore Is not n Mil- waiikop Brave who thinks it Will be onKV » Two down and four to go But thoro Is not a Now York Yankee who thinks tho situation Is desperate. Thnl was (he Work] Series pid- lure today as the Braves and Y.-inkoos took a 24-hour breathe" firt-r Low Bin-dolte's 13-5 conquest r HIP Ani"ricnn Lcagup champions ihnt gave Milwaukee a 2>0 odfio in tho srrlos Dospjto Tigers Ploy Texarkana Team Tonight the Verier Tigers, still seekihg their first win of the season, lake on the Texarkana team tonight at Texarkana. The Ideal team is in good shape and has shown progress in wol-k- outs this week. Business Opportunity IW'dse. Store. Ail fixtures. Sell stock cheap. Living quarters. 12 acres with pecan orchard. Long rental. 12 miles N W. Lewisville. bale A. Landts. fit. 1, Box 50, Lewisville. Ark. 3-Gtp Real Estate for Sale The Negro Community Esther Hicks Phone 7-4678 Or 7-4474 Tihought for the clay Tho belief that youth is the happiest time of life is founded on Despite their crushing rlefeaf , r 11 J? , ' S f rmilchinir the worst beating they f, raljacy ' Thcu hn PP'<«' M^uiuifc, tJiL Jim Mooty Has Quit the lazorbacks 1C FAYiET'nEVliLJUE, Ark. (AP) — Pitched Some ••Way, Declares I Lew Burdette '+ By CHUCK CAPALDO ^-y Associated Press Sports Writer "|. MILWAUKEE < A P> -"I pitched >.• ihe same way against them a.5 ;s3ast year. Whj should j chango?" 4; The speaker \v-is tho Milwaukee ] Braves' Lew Buukuto and ho was ?< ?,referrjnef, of course, to his COM- ^ttinuod, Worlrl Series mastery over ,^(h0 New York Yankees ' < ^ As "they say ,n tho V.'ost Vir- £jfni!,a mining country where Bur- ,-;j-dotte comes from, he whuppoil j,'ern for fuir Thurschiy for Jhi? ffpurth consecutive time won j,i-s as Mil- »t' Only Lett Gomez evor heat tho team fo jJSeries competition, lie did it for Yankees & 930-37 tlu Giants hi -• - laueh;, off sug'-esUon-.- Vfthat'perhaps ho has boon uein" n ef weapon on <bo Yankees honestly don't know whv l beat them, or how for tint to", ho said. -Thoic't no ivn- that -I kno\v ot " +K- \' rTOi f ht hav " > wintf '<5 out th.-H the Yankees just riVm'f sooni to JJS, ,a>ble to cope with his assort- : t,of brpakina pitches—screw_ S, singers and .=lir! P rs — as- •fp.taljv when ho keens thorn low nrq,Wfljr sh-ikes to got them out. - might have mentioned his ^P^cpntrol. He issued only 0130 >' Mantle in tho fijst°i!£ University of Arkansas Ra-' rbncks yesterday lost halfback n Mooly ot El Dorado, who nl Ilic team fur pc'rsonal rea- ns. Mooty, the 1 e a d i n g" graiyid nier in (ho opening game ainsl Baylor, !iad been a starter but was dropped to tho third team this week and replaced by Fred AUcrs of Blytheville. Coach Frank Broylcs had a "no comment" reply when ncw.-:- Jiien asked him about Mooty. The Porkers continued to work hard on blocking in practice 1 yesterday, and stressed passing' almost equally. Broyles said the Hogs were blocking "about half as well as required to win footiball games." The Arkansas conch added Hint the Porkor first unit line w'ill be outweighed by (lie Texas Christian forwards, 1(5 pounds per irujn, when the two teams meet at Fort Worth Saturday', He commented that TCU w.is certain to be fired up because of their 17-0 loss la town last week. ami be* onu.se the elnsh with Ark.in-' sas it, (heir conference opener Trainer Bill Ferrcll said the Ra- zorbai-ks were in good physical shape with the exception of fullback Billy Whitfield of Fuyette- villo Whitefield wjll be sidelined with a bruised leg muscle ami Will be reulaced on tho traveling team by Harold Horton of DC Wilt. Ounrd Bil) Gilbow of Blythe- villo returned to the first team lineup nttcr ji bout with influeni'.u, Arkansas Football Ark. Prep Football Schedule I 1 "" 8 ^ ^' °<^, ^° ~ .... beating they had over absorbed in series com- pel'tlnn, the Yankees were corffi- rlent (hoy could turn the tables "n the Braves, winning at least two nut of the three in Yankop Stadium. Manager Casoy Stengel, who saw his ]pft . alld right-handed BCPS. Whiley Ford and Bob T\\r- Icy. driven from the mound in two successive days, will rely on Don Larson, another right-hnndor. Sat- Manager Fred Kaney said his slartin." pitcher will be either Bob Rush or Juan Pix.arro The guess here is that the third same pitcher will be Rush. Th» big right-hander gets the call over I Me young left-hander because of bis greater experience. Rush had n 10-8 record during the season. Larsen was D-G. The Yankees are 7-5 favorites. Tho series odds, which now favor Milwaukee at 11-5, failed to dampen Stengel's faith. "Sure, we're not In what T would call a rosy position," he said 'but this thing is not over by a .-. --- person is the person who thinks the .most Interesting thoughts, and we grow happier ns we grow older — W L Phelps. Calendar of E,ve n ts Refreshments will be on sale In the Dining Hall of Rising Star Baptist Church on Saturday night, Oct. 4. sponsored by the Missionary Society. The public is invited. The members of Church Hill ciation Service for the pastor and wife. Rev. and Mix. J. W. Hutchinson. Oct. 2-5. The public is invited. Mrs. P. Bowles,, mistress of ceremonies; Mrs. Eula M. Smith, reporter. preferred to dwell on HIP run homer he hit in thp , seven-run first inning, tho >«' ninth-inning uprising and 1 *f denied that he let up ninth whrn Casoy SiengelV J?li|.wd him for four o' " hits and three of (hen* lot up intentionally, at Mjy'>flie/'.be said. "1 was just Ihcowin* strikes to ec t hom. out i to good, } gues§. 'Then, I bettor get them out. Undefeated Teams Now Number 22 Sy THE ASSpCJATE-p PRESS Twenty-two /^ansas prep football teams take perfect recpfUs into tho fourth wepk of play tonight. At least two of (hem will fall from the list as North. Ljttlp j] 0 c){ and El Dorado match 3-0 records at North Little Rock, while Earle (3-0) and Marion (3-U) meet at Marion. << ~*$Q Besides these two, LjtUe Rock Hall t2-0) represents the Big Nine on the povfect L record roll. Missing for the first time in (wp years is Ll^le Rofa Central whtoh absorbed a 42-0' Defeat last weok nt Baton Houge. District 3ft has {pur ulub? prj, tlie Friday Night's Games By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Blythovillo at Pine Bluff Little Rock Central nt Hot Springs El Dorado at North Little Rock Crossed at Little Rock Hall Tpxarkana nt Hopo • Subiaco at Fort Smith FayoUeville at Rogers Harrison at Russellville Springdalo at Van Burcn Helena at Forrest City Newport nt Jonesboro Stuttgart at •DcVVUt Paragould at West Memphlt; Wynne at 'Marianna Bcnton at Little Rock Catholic Conway at Jacksonville Cabot at Mabclvale Malvcrn at Sheridan Chirksville at Morrilton Cumtlen at Arkadeiphia Camden Fairview at Monticello Magnolia at Smackover Bentonville at Huntsville Siloiim Springs at Borryville Pocahontas at Mountain Homo Decatur at Gentry • Lincoln at Gentry Pineville, Missouri at Prairie Grove. Noel, Mo., a I Wesi Forlr Mountainhurg «t Greenland Brinkley at RIcCrory Augusta at Bald Knob Batesvillo at Eeebo Walnut Ridge at Searcy Jonesboro B at Harding Carlisle at Hebor Springs Maiden, Mo., at Corning Harrisburg at Marked Tree Oseola a( Burdello Piggott at Ilrtyti. Mo Trumann at Lopanto St. Cluirlos at Crawfordsvillo Earlo at Marion Joiner Shawnce at Wilson Dardanellc a( A'mo \Valdron at Boone\"Ue Mena at Greenwood Oxark nl Chnrlcslon Atkins at Paris Danville at Ffartforri Bryant at Magnet Cove Clinton at Lonoke England at DCS Am Sylvan Hills at Hazon ago, we lost the first two to Brooklyn. I soom to remember that we won it at the end. didn'l we? There's no law that says we- can t do it again. You just never know about those things until they happen. Then you know "Somebody ought to • tell those guys not to get too cocky just be-, cause they beat us a couple of times. This club ef mine has n way of coming back. I know we haven't looked so good but w- might get (o 'em pretty quick." Stengel bettor not bank on the Braves becoming too cocky. Han- spoke for all of his The Usher Board of Rising Star Baptist Church will sponsor a program featuring the Southwest District Congress Chorus Sunday. Oct. 5, at 3 p.m. The public is invited. They wil) then conduct a program at the Macedonia Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m., that evening. Largo 3 bedroom home, double carport. 2 lots on South Mai.i near High School. Buy equity and assume FHA loan, Smnll 2 bedroom home on corner io( near High School and hospital. FHA loan available. Near Garland School, large 2 f bedroom homo in good condition. lO'i down on FHA loan. in Beverly Mills, large 3 bedroom home almost new. Gl or FHA loan available. On Rosston Road, nice 3 bedroom home, garage, 3 largo lots. School bus by front door, makes this ideal for family with children. FiHA or conventional loan. Close in just off Highway 4 east, 10 acres, 5 room brick veneer, good garage and outbuildings, city water and natural gas. Ideal suburban home. Priced to sell. 247 acres east, of Hope in Nevada bounty. Approximately 150 acres open land. Ideal for pasture or row crops, ample water, lots of young pine. Fenced. In M'cCaskill, beautiful 0 room brick veneer, deep well, natural gas, electricity, good barn, new tool shed, 60 acres highly improved pasture. 2 stock ponds. On pavement. For Rent 2 ROOM furnished apartment With private bath, front and back entrances, clectrid refrigerator. 321 Bonner SI., phone ¥-3553. 19-tf 5 ROOM house and bath, automa* tie heater, across street from Murphy's Store on N. Hazel St. Call Mrs. J. E. Schooley, 7-3r>7T. 1-Rlc 2 BEDROOM, a living room', den. WANT AD SATES All Want A:!', nrt 1 poyaV/e iti advance but ods will be 'icccptd'J over the telephone and ar.-oirioda- ticm accounts allowed with the u-i- defStonding the account is payable when statement is rendered. Number Of Words Up to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 One Day .45 .60. .75 90 [f Q three Six Days Days 90 I 50 !.20 I 50 kitchenette and iarp-irt at 419 4} to 45 1 35 E. 13th SI. Plenty ouidoor room., 46 to 50 !.50 if interested call Bert Wingfield. Phone 5B3 Prescott, Ark, 2-Gtp 1 Mfhe 3 tinies 6 times 1.80 270 300 2.00 2.50 3.00 3 go 4.50 500 One MoritH 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 16.50 13.50 15.00 NICELY furnished" 4 room and bath apartment. Adults only. No drink' ing. 801 E. 3rd. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 80c per Inch 65c per inch 55c pat inch For Sale or Trade OUR home at 019 South Elm Street Open for inspection from 8 a.m. to 0 p.m. every day. Wall to wall carpets, metal cabinets and clou- ble sinks in kitchen. Equipped for additional income if desired. Call 7-22G1 or 7-2257 for details. H - FARMALL tractor. Excellent condition. Good tires, motor completely overhauled svith supcr-H kit. Has late type cultivator and mowing machine, $1.000, Need one row tractor. Roy Cagle. 1413 South .Elm. 3-Gtp Rales quoted above are for consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip date ads will fake (he ons-day rale. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following day. The publisher reserves the rlghr Id fevlse or edit all advestisements of ferod. for publication and fo reject any objectionable advertising sub- milted. Initials of one or more letters, groups of figures, such as house or telephone nurnbers count as one ward. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors jn Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Salt -"' "•* vi ma |jjcivty a when he snid; "It's far from over -All I'm looking forward to is ?,-it- urday's ball game. We'll play them one at a time. All right so we're two j n front. That's two they can't win. But you can't become cliesly They'can come back and pin our ears back. You just got to play 'em one at a time." Warren Spahn, who probably will pitch the fourth game Sunday, said he figured it will take six games for the Braves (o repeat last year's triumph. "These Yankees are tough," he The Fall Revival is in progress at Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church. Prayer meeting, Oct. J-4 at 7:30 p.m. with the Deacon Council in charge. Preaching by the pastor, Oct. 6-10 at 8 p.m. All churches of the- city are invited to attend' all services. Mrs. Lula Piggee, church clerk; Rev. M. S. Riley, pastor. GREENING INSURANCE & R<E!ALTY CO. Real lEstate — Loans — Insurance ALUMINUM screens, doors, storm windows, weather - stripping, insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone 7-15867. 9-tf HOUSE TO BE MOVED For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street, Hope, Ark. Raymond Byers Phone 7-2956. 13-1-m-p Hope Star Sfor of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs, C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Socy-Tres, at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope,, Arkansas 209 So. Main Phone 7-4661 2-tf Notice WE Buy - We Sell - W« Rent BEAt ESTATE R. p. FRAWKLIN COMPANY A. P. Deloney, Manager Howard Collier, Salesman , 17-tt MY home at Ozan, Ark. 5 rooms, front and back porch. John W. Webb, Ozan, Ark. 15-1-m-p Rev. E. A. Porchia will preacl at Mt. Pleasant CMIE Church, Two Mile Branch Community, on Sat urday, C|ct. 4 at. 7:30. p.m. Aftei service/-the Stewards' Board wil sponsor a wiener roast on the church, lawn. The public is invited. Perhaps the Yankee optimism ivas tho result of their threo-rtin imth ininng outburst against Burdette. had a throe -hitter and had retiree! 15 men in a row going Int the last inning. Four straight hits including homo runs by Han* Baupr and Mickey Mantle, pu him in real trouble for the onb time since the first inning when Ihe Yanks scored first and rmc the bases loaded 'before the firs double play of the series pullcc him out of it, But Burdette dug up n litllo something extra in the ninth and three straight putouts followed the The fall revival will begin at the Lonoke Baptist Church on Monday night, Oct. G and continue through Friday night. Oct. 10. The following deacons wil Head the prayer service each night: C' G. Car.micheal, chairman; J. H. Kern, G. L. Cox, A., Tale, Will V. Rutherford Sr., Charlie English, .J. W. Washington and D, L, Robinson, Alternate deacons are Lawrence Gamble, Grant Davenport, Odie Draper, W, E. Smith, Berry Randle Sr. and Isjah Holmes. Rev. S K, Bixoll, pastor of the Sunset Baptist Church, Texarkana Texas, will deliver the message each night begining at 7;30, Rev, James E. Coby, pastor. MOVING? Long Distance Call Collect 592. Free Estimates, Low«i Bate*. 4 Have Vani — Will Travel PRESCOTT TRANSFEH STORAGE CO. PRJESCOTT. ARKANSAS 1950 STUDEBAKE'R pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7-401/1. 29-tf MIXED HAY — Lespedesia and grass. 35c and 40c at barn. J. •W. Strickland. 7-3731. 3tf Services Offered Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donol Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Mcch. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, 'under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations 16-tf SUBSCRIBE to Texarkana Ga- zelte. Complete sport and news coverage, 35c week, T, V, programs. Early delivery, Phone Ray Duke 7-2743. 17-lMo. BARHAM Brothers House Movers. Insured and free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Cale LET UB renovate 'your old mattress. We, specialize la preiiurl- zed inner-spring.. COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4th, Phone 7-3«a " §-« RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat for 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 Arkansas, 21-1 Mo NO hunting or trapping will be allowed without a permit on my land in the old proving ground, This land is posted, W. I, Stroud, 10-l-2mo. c rosier aiio! " . -yere getting rather birvj- hhvee. «fei-e," ' ^ | Thr , There District |A ' {iv.e cjass shows WANTEP PUMP TRUCKS '2§ MUe-Ay&rsg© Louisiana Deaf School at Avkan* sns Doaf School Murfreesboro at Bjsmarck Hot Sorings Lf.kesiclo a { Fuller DeValJs Bluff at Barton Clarendon at F.laino Hughes at Gillett Parkin at Marvel} DeQuoen at Ashdown Nashville at Gurdon Prescott at Lewisvlljp Foreman at New Boston, Tex, Horatio at Sparkman Junction City at Mineral Springs Benrden at NorpWet SU'OjDg at Hampton Fordyce at Dermott Lake Village st Duma? , , McGehoo at Eudora Warren at HamburgK Qoulci at §(flr City Dollarway at Industrial SchooJ four hits, Low )eH the field ns the first pitcher in 21 years to win four straight from the same team in World Series competition. Lofty Gome?., a Yankee great, did /t back in 1930-37 against the New York Qiants buj, he had relief help in one game, while Burdette's have all been qomplotp jobs. ByrdPiie himself homered in the last half of the first to q'ap 3 reo> ord seven run inning iby the Braves thnt all but wrapped'it up • lie was the fifth pit?);er to honipv in a World Series and the fjrsl since Bucky Wftltcrs did it fQ."' Cincinnati against Detroit in 1910. Elstpn Howard, playing left Xiel4 for the Yanks, prashecj Info thp fence in ?, vain effort to pyll d,Qwn Party Honors Visitor Mr. and Mrs, Henry Wcston gave a pflfty in honor of their daughter Mrs. Mary Lee Roach of Washington, TJ.C. 'M'rs, Arlee Nicklas and, .^ - . Mrs. Annje B. Wcston were po- The t schedule of "solunar Periods, hostesses, as pr i nte d below, has been taken Guests were Mrs. Grade Reg- from,John Alden Knight's SoUjnar gans and daughters, Clola and Tables. Plan your days so that Dortha Jean, Mr. and Mrs. MeJvjn you will be fishing in good territory Woston and daughters, Marilyn Joy or hunting in gopd cover during and Easter Mary Dixon, and Pon th^se times, jf you wish to find *"Nickals. I v.« CT 4- « nn ..i *u«i. t_ j i A chicken dinner PASTURE clipping, see Mike Sny- ker, at Snyker Hotel, Phone 73721. 23-1 Mo, Subscription Rotas (payable in advan-o) By carrier in Hope and neighboring towns *— Per week .., S .30 Per year ...; IS 60 By mail in Hempstead, Mevocla, LaFayette, Howard and iMiller Counties — One month. , , 5 ,85 Three months 1.85 Six months 3,so Oho year, ,• ' .'.'. 6.50 •i< -1 ')- ' All other mall — One month / ,.'. 1,30 Three months . 3.90 Six months 7,80 One year . . . ... 15.60 FOR a complete line of pumps, water wells or work overs, Call 0. T. Clark, 711 E. 6th. Phone 7-4364, 26.1-mo-p NURSING work wanted, 8 hour duty in Hope, 20 years experi ence, White lady, Mrs, Delia Travis, 7-4337, . l-3tc Nat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterick. Bldg, Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III,; 60 t : . 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Pepobscor Bldq., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of The Associated Press; The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republjcation of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well ps all AP news dispatches, ' Instruction BEGINNING lessons in on Paint ing will begin Oct. 3. Interested persons may contact Freddie Jones, 514 East Third St. or call 7-2732. best sport that each day ha.s to was served offer, from a table laid with a white The Major Periods are shown linen cloth, centered with daliahs boldface type, These begin at fl and bachelor buttons | Hmes shown and last fpr- an hour and a haJJ or two hours fae, after, The Minor Periods, shown George "Boots" Smith, chairman regular type, are of Of the Hppe Youth Foundation, is'- 1 —•'- -'---"-- " Igain issuing a call to all men of he eijy of Hope and surrounding, ;omrriunlties to meet at City ParH Friday 23-lf BEGINNING Lessons in" oil painting nnd. pastels, Interested persons may contact F)'edd|e Jones, 5H East Third Street, or call 7* ' Fenn,qle A. M, P,M, ? Major Mln°r 9:80 3;9Q 9;40 aturday, Oct. 4, for the puvpose Saturday Jp:05 §;4§ 10:?5 4;19 if working on the Youth Center, Svnday JQ:£5 4;g^ j; ; jg §.pQ , This -is, the third time the call Monday U:i5.5;2^ t as bpen made, a.nd only a few Tuesday J £!° 5 ?:§Q iien have answered. Are there any Wfldnes. 1:00 7:1& ien in Hope who are interested Tliuvsday J;55 §;!§ i the welfare of our youth? flow Friday Ji!55 ?;1Q o yqu sleep at flight, l?nq\vlng Saturday 3:50 1Q;0§ uu you are neglecting ypur duty Sunday • 4:45 11;Q§ to our children, by failing to give a little time' and labor to s.u.ch a worth/ pause? 1j?5 7;4p 2:35 §j40 3;3Q 9;3§ 4:25 1Q:?Q P:25 1153Q Report on fishini Around TWO waitresses, Apply ni ~—'— Gpfe, Hope, WANTED TO BUY Pine Pulpwooo by Truck Load Cut in 'Woods or otherwise, HAROLD HENDRIX Phone PR 7-4321 16th & Louisiana, Hope, Ark, ROAD KING t* »«finn w (omorrpw Phone 7 5800 209 S, Elm __ JAMES McUARTY Earn $100,00 per month in spare time at JiPme addressing enveJopes'. For jnformatipn ^no: instructions send $LOO to Northeast Service Co,, ppst Oflie^ BDS §4, Sqmnier. ville, Mass, Money back. gy,i('8ntee 4 ' *~ Now Qpen 'Fpr Business »-. SMITH'S GENIRATOR and STARTER SHOP 1Q§ §,' Walnut §!> m Pho, 7'?451 a|'| makes & msdels nd Starteri ' TWO gjvls tP train $$ gar hops, Steady employment, gopd salary, ust be J8. Apply in person. Pvive-Jn, \yilh unsullied. vmp .(3.0.) in gofion, Qaa. Memphis and Jouesb.ovp (boUj 2 ; 0) ' . Region Two, Coi\way Regiw T»w« s( Hope " in showed he probably \viU l?e wclp- lined Satuvd^y. ' Howard's replacement, siubom, got one gf the seven hjtg ^$«S°,^ S?S Z jSft&ft s .» ie ss 4 ,?,;*,.^ WP& U?r£ $K#f&i» f «eson,d only tp B^e-^wth's 15 MAtTBISSI 5 lt »r,-M«(!e Mg Inner, wring, WcrK 6«» r «nt^, Qni'Piy itrvlw PAYI5 F«rnit«r« A Mottrtii Ct, 117 # Slfn Ms? Herndon-Corncliw? in Weary Ambulaneo Servict , Boptjui, U fl5 ]e Reward, l»|ione PR 7-5579 city AS irking J.P yy <&\i$ ' tp,, IS!P,. g lm/&mW?\m - AteJBri^- m jp«w<J th,e state's longest winning streak .wri^k'^'^SSrtS rtrtU /uUJu o A\"!t? T'TtT.!."?' r

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