Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 6, 1958 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 6, 1958
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Page Six HOP! STAft, HOM, ARKANSAS Win as Grade School Here All Photos and Engravings by Hope Star 9ROOKWOOD r CARI AND 6: A close contest u-,t Saturday and ne<tfly everybody dot Into the aft, Schools are Identified by nd G LMftrT.aM rrftcn Ki i cj lommy Bncihtb David Grimmett-bj Silly MeKart2le-b! Sobo Ball-fa; Jerry Waller-b: Tommy b-Stevf.Ml.™ g no n EM ingsci. Rich/rd 1 .it no, -h (with bail) j Brothel- Kennedy^! George Hacris-g; Harry McMahan-g and B and Still Ronnie Phll'los-fj i, ACTION as Paisley rolls over Oglesby Saturday afternoon, Left to right; Thomas O'Rorke-o, hand on ball; Donald Martin-p with '.the ball; umdentmrcl player back of ball handler; Grady Burton-p; Terry Allen-o; Jerry/.Burnett-p," Charles Board-p; Ricky Stone-p; v 3l1u DcllC GVfiI*« - i j. r • .r«a*4. . . j. . , . ' ~ . ' , 1 1 •* *• , •-' i * * •" i ---f f *% V *• j $'., , C • • OGLESBY's Wayne Moses tries a sweep with the ball; but Paisley won; left to rigfitjV Roger; M,cC)ain-p; Randy Ross-o; Don -*•"" --.---, Q,-, ac jy Bttrton-p and Mo&es. . , •' v -" '-••'- > PAISLEY 26 — OGLESBY 6! Moce action as Paisley downed Oglesby. Left to tirtht, Rotjef McClaiH'pJ Grady Bilrtort, blinded by *n arm-p': Rortnle Norvell-o; Wayne Moses'o; Johhny Duke-o and Tommy Seale-o, at far right. BROOKWOOD cheering section includes, left to right, Back cow: Kathy Thrash, Sharon Frith, Cynthia Collier, Ann Mitche I, Lynda Still, Sandra Taylor, Barbara Thompson, Linda Parsons, Sherry Gibson, Shirley Dudnay, Molly Tolleson, Betty Ruth Schenok, Ruth Ann Wylie, Janice McClellan, Julianna Fenwick, Sandra Gibson, Margie Herndon and Cecilia Delaney. At che extreme back R cte^e na d J e": SO AnrWa D HoTLTvn y d' aOI 0'Steen, Betty Jean MonroeT^Tnn Qalnes, Carol Ann Oanford, Diane Purtle and Karen Caldwell. U. S. Court to Began a Fall Term . . GARLAND School 'cheerleaders; left to right, Brenda Rateliff, Sandra Ward, Myrle Cox, Karen ' Cobb and Virginia Edwards, , , _ •lie \v«s> waiting lo bjegU} particl puiiou in" the $orvje$5, \\vtisu |ve' -f&r&mM^f^ Are Killed Accidentally By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thirteen persons died violently m Arkansas last wool:, including nine on the slate's highways. Two persons perished in fins, one by shooting nnd one when struck by a train. Mrs Naomi Rogers, 78, was killed last night by s Missouri Pac}t'ic freight train at Jonesboro as she crossed a railroad track on aer way to church, Officers said the tram Joeomo- tiyp hurled her body about 100 foot from the grade crossing where she adopted, a policy ot seating nil coiners three yars ago, but that this -was the first ljme Negroes to a service. v/as struck. 'Ernest Taylor, 46-yoar-old Litllc Hock Negro, was fatally injured last night when his car and another collided at an intersection in Little Hock, Patrolmen A'. O, Evans said Taylor was thrown from his car when ho collided with an auto driven by Bobby E, Molock, 21, of Little-Roek, Molock was uninjured, the patrolman said. Saturday night, a Malvern woman was killed and her husbjiui seriously injured- when their car ran into tlie banister of a ondyi' near Little Bock, The woman, Mrs. Daisy Buckles Anderson, 63, was dead on nryival at a Little Ilock hospital Her husband, William C, Anderson, t)7, Wf( s reporter! seriously faurt hut his condition WHS not believed critical. Anderson told police he wns blinded by the-lights of, an on* corning car, His vehicle struck r» bridge over WUmrnclle Creek cm tfolan Boa -about 17 miles west of LiUlo Book. Arthur Horton, a (5# - year-oM j Newport resident, died Saturday '{in the crash ot an automobile and a trailer-truck near Newport. state Trooper Billy Bob Davis said the truck driver, Glen Sampson of Fort Smith, was uninjured The collision occurred at the intersection o'fstatc Highway 18 and U. S. 67 three miles north of Now- port. More Polio Cases Reported in Detroit DETROIT lAPi—Six more uo- lia cases were reported in. Detroit over the weekend, boosting tho WASHINGTON (AP)—The , preme Court bcqins a regular fall term today that is expected' to produce important decisions in the .Holds of race relations and business regulation. Following tradition, the court limits its first meeting to bitcf opening formalities. The justices will spend the remainder of the week discussing various appeals m elosed conferences, and announce their first decisions no>i£> Monday. Major cases in both racial and business ielfds are included in ' a pending docket of nearly 700 cases They cover a wide variety of issues. Twelve appeals involving racial questions face the court, which only a week ago spoke out in special session against evasive' schemes to Icoop school segregation. More such eases are oxpcclc(?j during' the nine-month term t MS Southern opponents of the Supreme Court's school rulings cast about lor new ways to continue classes on a segegalccl basis, Among these 12 pending appeals is one by Gov. Oval E. Foubus of Arkansas., Ho ha.s asked tho court to declare invalid &n injunu- Uon isued' by a lower pourt. The injunction halted use of National Guardsmen at Central H.igh Schooi in Little fiock in September 1057^ city's tot£>l,polio caseload fur Iho year to 52J) ant 16 deaths. Three of the now cases \yore paralytic At this time lust year, Detroit had 170 eases and two deaths, &.JS&.&H .V' r #V *P» ;*' f ^^'ib-^4; Home,Reducing Plan _ ( Oft'sn imi'toted jigyf r. dypli?gt?d ,— thqt's Sfauffer Home Plqn of effortless e«ffiw l»nd ealoric reduction, centering groynfj th§ fftnnQUi L Stauffer "Ma^if -Couch/' - . r • - ••:-> |xlp need farVreny6u5'§*erci?e P r with the Stauffer Plan, It's tj}f pacing!, egrppjf |e; ;'• program of scientific f ipyjrf b'pgwJlf l&9ti» bgsa pn the famous Sfq^fer pfiJlsiplfe that hg| thpn'fiye miHigp ^pm<?i\.i9$?

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