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BARGAINS PRICES GOOD FRIDAY end SATURDAY 60D€HAUX SUGAR 10 -• 99c 1/4 LB. STICKS — SUN VALLEY Lb, Dot. FULL CREAM or WHITE GOOSE Lbs. I. PUFFIN —BISQUICK Can FOLGERS Lb. 79c BETTY CROCKER Pkgs. 89c 3 Cans Plain Red Seal Chili 1 Ib. Belle Meade thin Crackers .. $1.18 WESTON VANILLA — 39c PKG. 29c HEINZ SWEET CUCUMBER 15 Oz. Jar 29c Value 2 F 45c V* Oil SARDINES PORK & BEANS cans FARM FRESH PRODUCE 2 Bchs - 25C Lb. 5c SWEET Lb. MEATS GRADE "A" ILEY'S IDEAL FRYER Lb, ' LEAN — CENTER CUT or RIB Lb, 3 Lb, Courtesy - Quality - Price Strivd For These Three Things, CUDAHY PURITAN SRAPE A Feels Bobcats Taking Crosselt Too Lightly Clinch John Pieirp feel"; the 1 Bobcats are taking Cir»i«ftt tod lightly ahtl if that's the cn.se it coukl be a sad night fnr the teaHl arid local funs Friday u-hen the two teams play n conference eoti- tt'sl at drossett. The Eagles have n well-balanced lontti, not quite as large ns Hope's but every bit as speedy and in Halfback t)on Gricp thev have one of the state's fastest rimriors. Me is a 1GO pounder who can renlly go. In l.lli-pound Earl Ontes Crossed has a fine lineman ttinl is rough, ofi defense:, t,. Partain nt right' guard.^ anothe-r ISS-poiindcr is almost equally ns good ns Ontes and the mainstay in Uie bnckfield defensively is Robert Townlon. a HO pouiidcr. Thoir ends. McCoy and Mixoll, weigh 104 and ISO. respectively. The. other guard. Binns weighs 160, and Center Fleming is n 185-poiinder while the other tackle, Billy Binns, weighs 170. Although picked to win the Bobcats arc in n pretty good position to got knocked off. With four straight victories over compotnnt foes, the Hope learn, us u'i-11 ns fans, foci right proud. That's when a tunm usually has n letdown and Coach Pierce feels you just cun't do that agninst Crosselt. considered a lop conference foe. The local bnnd as well as many fans will make the trip to Cros- sctt. JQMLIt* 1 ^ T * aM Pishing Conditions Around Arkansas LITTLE SOCK (APr— Hfere fs. a fishing report and forecast ffttm the Arkansas Gair.e and Fish Coinmission: L.ikf OiiHthif-i: Slack oflgs ?s!f on artificial bait; Crftpplt! fJOW. Bull Shoals Lake: fllaek bass fair on artificial bait nhd IIV6 mliv nrtws Lfike Not-Cork: Blaek bass fail- on live and artificial bail! White bnss and efappie frtir trolling wilH hiimlows. Lake Cohway: No fcpbCt, Lake Hamilton: Slack and while bass good trolling with spinners arid minnows; bfeaiti feood Of) Worms and crickets. Lake Catherine: No report, Lake dreesoh: Lai-gemotith bass 1 fair on red and black plastic worms; lai-gemouths afld Whitd bass good early aficl late oh top' water lures, when schooling, Jim Mooty Is Reinstated by Coach FAYETTEV1L.LE-, Ark. (API — Jim Mooty, temperamental half- hack who quit the University ot Arkansas football squad last Thursday, was reinstated yesler- dav by Coach Frank Broylos. Broyles said, "I made (he' decision myself to let him play." although squad members previously had voted not to let him return until spring practice. Mooty quit the team after he was demoted to the third team. He had started the first two games He missed last week's contest and Broylos said he probably svill not .suit out for Saturday's game against Rice here. Turning to prospects of beating Rico, Broyles said: "I hate to be optimistic, but the boys are enjoying themselves and that usually means improvement." The Porkers stressed offense, blocking and kicking in yesltev- days's drill. Co' - captain Billy Michael, a starting tackle, workei.1 out in sweat clothes because of n minor injury suffered Tuesday, but Broyles said he would be ready Saturday. Sophomore Ri c h a r d Smith ran in Michaels' spot yen- tore) uy. NLR, Hall High A~.r>fr Tonight BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS North LitUo Rook and Hall High open n new Greater Little Rock rivalry tonight in u prestige foot- Winner Today Will Capture World Series By JOE REICHLER Associate Press Sports Writer MILWAUKEE (iAP) — A sud- only tight, worried Milwaukee team faced a suddenly oarefi'co, confident New York club today In the seventh an final game as the World Series string finally ran out. Lew Burdctto and, Don. Larson, opposing moundsmcn in thd seventh game of last year's '-World Series, wore virtually certain • to face each other again in the payoff g'amc for the world champion- shfn Brcletle won last year 5-0. Despite Burdctte's four . Victories over New Fork in five meetings over a two-series span, and the fact that he was pitching on the fact that he was pitching' on home grounds, the Yankees ruled an 11-10 favorite to gain revenge on the Braves. Yankee spirits soared after their 4-3 triumph in 10 innings Wednesday. It gave them two straight, three, out of the last four, and-enabled them to square thrt Series at 3-all. From Manager Gasey Stengel down, the Yankees felt certain they would Win. Stengel didn't say for sure that Larsen, who hurled seven shutout innings and was credited with;'the the third-game victory last Saturday, would pitch the' decisive game. He just said, 'It looks like Larsen will go tomorrow," Then he added: "It might be ball game., Both contenders are ranked high in the Associated Press' schoolboy football poll, the Wildcats third and Hall fifth. Hall takes a'3-0'record into the contest. NLR has lost only to Kl Dorado, the state's No, 1 team, by 7-2 last week, The Cats have won three. Tonight's game lacks only one thing to make it a perfect attraction. It won't county in 'the Big Nine Conference standings, although both foes are members. Hall isn't eligible for the title this year since it couldn't fill a round- robin schedule. Three Big 1 Nine: ills spiee tomorrow night's schedule, Pine Bluff is at El Dorado, Fort Smith at Little Rock Central and Hot Springs at Texarkana, BlythovUle entertains Newbern, Term. F USED SALE' APPLIANCE: USED GE REFRIGERATOR .......... 69,95 Good condition, clean inside and outside. $5.00 down and $2.00 week USED PHILCO REFRIGERATOR . . , . , 49,95 Just traded on a new ffotpojnt. Qood condition, , $5, 00, down and $2,00 week USED LEONARD REFRIGERATOR . , , , 77,50 tooHs an runs good. Top buy, $5,00 down and $2.00 week USED THOR AUTOMATIC WASHER , 49,95 In good condition, will do a good job, $5,00 down gnd $2.00 week USED MOTOROLA 21" TABLE TV ; , , 79,95 Certified by our service department, 90 dfly guarantee, * $5,00. down gnd $2,00 we@k USED RCA 17" TABLE TELEVISION'', , 79,95 .Certified by our swyipe department. 90 day guarantee, , , ., TRUETONi TABLI TILIVJSiO aaod,' pictuj-g and sound,. Guaranteed, - $5.00 d^l!y@r§ gnd $ZO,0 week '" Hope Star Classified Ads AOS MUST Bl IN OHI« DAY 1CFORC PUBLICATION _ PHONE 74411 POP. AD TAKER schedule ot Soluhaf Period§, as printed below, has been takefl frorti John Aldeh khight'3 Sdltlfiiif Tables. Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good covef during these times, if you Wish to find the best sport that each day has te offer. The Major Periods afe shbWfl Ifl bold/ace type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours there> after. The Minor Periods, shown ift regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M, P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Thursday l:5S 8:1S 2:35 8:40 Friday 2:55 9:10 3:30 9!35 Saturday 3:50 10:05 4:25 10:30 Sunday 4:45 11:05 5:25 11:30 BusSniis Opportunity GfiNfcttAL Mdse. Store. Ail fik- ttifes. Sell stock cheap. Living quarters. 12 acres with pecan orchard. Long rental. 12" miles M.W. Lewlsvllle, t)ale A. Landes. Kt. 1, 80* 50, Lewlsvllle, Ark. 3-Gtp Notice WK Buy • W* 8*11 . Wt REAL fcSf Ht E tt, t). FRAt4KLlN COMPAJTJ A, f*, Oeloney, iiifitgef ttftward Cdliief, Long fllstaaee Call lect 692. free EitiiUate*, Rates, Mtive Vahi — Will Travel PKESCOTT STOHAOB CO. PRE9COTT, ARKANSAS Ifrtt Warren Spahn Takes Losing Very Hard By CHUCK CAPALDO Associated Pr^ss Sports Writer MILWAUKEE (AP) — No one loses harder than Warren Spahn, the Milwaukee Braves' indestructible left-hander This was never more evident than Wednesday after he hud dropped a 4-3, 10-inning decision to the Yankees in the sixth game of the World Series. The series now is squared nt 3-all. "You either win or you don't.' he said in the Braves' almost deserted clubhouse while his young son Greg stood nearby. "Nothing else makes any difference." "When you don't," he continued, "you're second rate period. Anybody can wind up second ' Spahn, 37, wouldn't toe Spahn if ho didn't berate himself for losing a ball game, even though he battled the Yankees for 9 2-3 innings with only two days' rest, The fact that he has pitched 28 2-3 innings and beaten the Yankees twice made little difference. Had the series ended pitcher would have gone down in Wednesday, his total innings pitched would have gone down in the books as a n&w series record. "What good is a record like that When he didn't win? he said. Then turning 'the pn'le "on a new thoui'ht, 1 ho commented as though talking, to himself: "They (the Yankees) are not used to losing, We've got to beat them. They're not going to beat thcnt- selves. When the ball game is eyen, they have the edge, . , , No, I won't say that . , . ;'.ffiveh if we had beaten them four straight, I'd still say they .have a good ball club. They re. tough, no getting around that. I've said right along, there's not much to choose ibotwcen the two teams. SUBSCRIBE to Texark&na Gazette. Complete sport and news coverage. 35c week. T. V, pro* grams. Early delivery, Phone Ray Duke 7-2743. 17-lMo. Still Would Go With Spahn, Says Haney By JOE MOOSHIL Associat'ed, Press Sports Writer MILWAUKEE (AP) — annsw F|red TTaney of ithe HwauKee Braves paused for a moment and then answered! then answered: "I would haye to make the snnifi decision • again and go with Spahpie, •That was Ifaneys answer to the second guess when he was asked |f he had to do ij over would be again name Warren Spajin to pitch the sixth game of the World. Series with only two days rest. 'The Yankees won 4*3 in a game which turned out to be the second* guessers delight. Spahn did a brilliant Job but how much better off would thf Braves have 'been if these had ggm,b)ed with another plipher jmd had Spahn, ready lor today's f^gle W)th three days rest? "He's •% tremeiious pitcher,* sajd, Yankee patpher Yogi Pm'a, 4<bu.t he wasn't as good a§ he \vag Sunday when he,best us 3-0. it's, jp'ugh pitching' with two <^y§ rest, kociK at pwr-'fiuy. 1 . , *'Qur ' guy", w^s Whjt y Ford, wh_P started with two. days j-eijt.- Fflvd didn't last tWP innings. Art PitilW. w,ho many figwg woyld be iMfinsfgPJ' Sssef gtgngel's' o; j-ejev,?4 Ford wd gaya uu hyp hits - pne q bunt 3 H innings , ' , Jf Stengel Ks>4 started won,- IIP would * BABHAM Brothers Kotise Movers. Insured and free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Cale, 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 For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-SJP55. 8-lmoc 2 BEDHOOM unfurnished house. 1413 S. Hervey. $50 month. Call PR 7-2033 or Pine Bluff, JE 4 7115, 8-6tp NICE 4 room unfurnished apartment with private bath and entrances. Van Gnlster. 222 N. Hervey St. 7-249C. 8-6tp Lost MA'LE Walker Hound. Black, white and tan. No collar.. Jack Watkins, Phone 7-2435. 8-3tc Wanted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply at Hope Star' Office. The Negro Community Esther Hick* Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day •WHat do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other? — George Elliot, Calendar of Events The Saratoga Chapter of OES \vi'H observe Peake Memorial and , Star Day nt Harmony CM'E Church Sunday, Oct. 12 at 2:30 p,m. Guest chapters are Church Hill, Washington, Fulton and Mt, Olive, All Masons in the surrounding areas are invited to attend, BeBee Chapter No, 412 OES, Prince,Hall Affiliation, will observe Peake Memorial and Star Dpy Sunday, Oct. 12 at 3',p.m., at BeBee Memorial OME Church, The Guest Speaker will be Asst, Grand, Mar Iron Shirley Inghram of Tejtarka- na, Ark, The public is invited, Appreciation services for Roy, A, Jones, pastor of Mt. Pleasant CME Chuvph ibegan Tuesday night Oct. 7 and will continue through •Sunday, Oct, 1* Guest preacher tonight will be Rev, J. D, Dempsey a,nd members of Haynes Chapel Baptist Church. What's Happening in Washington iM'r, and Mrs, Reid of Wewoka, Okja, and Mi'. an4 Mrs, Sam Bay of Texarkana were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs, C, Coje. Mr. and Mrs" pltvicf Jefferson of Nashville were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Major Mpove. Willie Porter ws? weekend guest o£ Mr< and Mrs l Sjmon Wither spoon. J. W, TrattepTefV Saturday for his borne in PMpagP after visiUng relative? and friends ^ere, ' Friends of Ssrn R. Trotter will regret to know tjiat he is a to a Japs} hospital, Help Wonted WAffft&S§ OF If a Inge. Aftfl? Ifl person. Oak§ Cafe aftd 8ift ShdfJ, MEN-WOMEN $20 baily. Sell Ulfft' inous hameplales. Write fieeves Co., Alllebot-o, Mass. 3-lfri-p WANTED AT~oNdfi. Man "or wo- tnah to supply Rawleigti house* hold necessities to consumers Ifl S. Hcmpsleaci County of Mope. Full of part time, Fof details without obligation see Cbfwin Crow, Rt. 1, Box 30. Nashville, Ark. or write Rawlelgh's, Dept. AK.J-041-271, Memphis, Tetiti. fl-tf WANT AD RATES All Worif AJs 3?c poyob'S '•* 6d»once buf ads will be 'Jcceofed 6v«f fhe (fel^pfion«« and .ir.-omwla- lioh accouhti allov/ed with 1M ui- ftdiflq the account is payable Stafemdnf Is tendered Nuffibef 6f Wofds Up td IS 16 to 20 51 to 25 24 to 30 SI f6 5S 36 to 46 41 »6 45 46 to 50 Ond Day .45 .60. .75 .W 1.65 f.20 1.35 1.50 three Davs .90 1.20 1 SO 1.80 5.10 2.40 ?70 3.00 Six Days 1 50 200 2 50 3.00 3.50 400 4 50 500 Month 4.50 6.00 7 50 900 050 2 00 3 50 1500 SOMEONE to do yard and floWef work. If interested call ?-460V. JVtrs. M. L. Pox Sr. 7-316 For Sale or Trade t - FARM ALL tractor. Excellent condition. Good tires, motor corn* plctely overhauled with supet'-H kit. Mas late type cultivator and mowing machine, $1,000. Need one row tractor. Roy Cagle. 1413 South Elm. 3-6tp For SoU ALUMINUM screens, doors, storm windows, weather - stripping, insulation, roofitig, awnings, glittering, ornamental railing,'Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone 7-5867. 9-« HOUSE TO BE MOVED For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street, Hope. Ark. Raymond Byers Phone 7-2956. 13-1-m-p" MY home at Ozan, Ark. 5 rooms, front and back porch. John W. Webb, Ozan, Ark. 15-1-m-p 1950 STUDE'BAKE'R pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and in good condition; Phone 7-2204 or 7-4011. 29-tf MIXED HAY — Lespedesia and grass. 35c and 40c at barn. J. W. Strickland. 7-3731. 3tf 10 YEAR old Clumps Peonias, White and Pink. Call Dr. Alexander. 8-3tp PRICED for immediate sale, _ frame house, G rooms, bath, util; ity room and 2 lots for sale. 3 blocks from grade school. Call PR 7-2273 for appointment. 8-8tp FINE pulp wood stumpage, The former Floyd Fuller place. Mile and a half East of Shover Springs store. Henry Wolf, 8-tf NICE Home — 5 rooms and dinette, car port. * Completely furnished, Reasonable for cash and quick sale. Phone 7-4047, 9-6tp Services Offered LET us renovate your old mat tress, We specialize in preiuut zed innerspring. • . . COBB MATTRESS SHOP '* 712 West 4th, Phout 7-38M ' , , * +* RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering, We'have me»i for your deep freeze, See, ui before buying, ' -• " 17-tf 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 7' 3721, ! 234 Mo. FOR a complete line of pumps, \vater wells or work overs. Call O. T, Clark, 711 E, 6th, Phone 7-4364, • 26-l-mo-p MA'S BAR-B-QUE, Highway 67 • West, Will do custom Bar'B'-Q'ue' ing anytime Monday tlWUgh Saturday noon, • 9-3te Ford lor JW',e happened if 'Well filUv H&vvnan enfAjidy paf}jQ home in wning on Johnny tir bdi i Q teft- BI»UHJ a iWfeot thrpw. wa? Ptf^ i° e«<J ihp jnniag, - *iJ-"i »J ->« 3-Kiifes Instruction Wessons in oil paint' ing and pastels, In;e!'ested,,per' sons may contact FVeddie- Jon?s, 5J4 East Tllird Street, or pall 7* 873g. - ' ' < §3-tf Help TWO waitresses, Appty Ri , Hope, ^ r -^ w ^- pej at )}ome a^dressiiif'envelopes, For information an4 |ji sepd $1.00 to North?a?V go,, post 9ffio? gg^ si j§i , Mass, M°nej r ba?isli Time-,, , | m y\ e , o territories open |Qj',vH«m?A WJJ9 ish to earn, Insure o- ' gjiristmas gd. for ,b8t- If; WPPU'P 41 kteb sn CLASSIFIED DISPLAY "Tfima 3 times 6 tlrrtes . 80c pef inch 65c pef inch .' 55d pet inch Rates quoted above ore for consecutive Insertions. If-feaultir of skip c(6fe' :ods will take the one-day fate". All ddily classified aciveftisina ropy Will be bccspterl until 5 p.m. fof publication fhe following day. The publisher reserves the right tc, revise of edit all advestlsernents of fefed for publicafibh and to reiecf drty object ionable advertising sub' milled, Initials of 6ne or more tefter;/ gfoups of fioures, stich as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors jn Want Ads unless errors *are colled to our attention dfter: ; FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the' ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE:'PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January IB, 1929 Published everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E.'Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Sccy-Tres. at The Star Building 2T2-14 South Wa'nut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex; H. Woshburn, Edttor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Manning Editor Dana): Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Ho<mcr, Mecfi. Supt. Entered u-s second ricss matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. , Member of »fce *"dlt Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rnio? (payable In advarv-2) By carrier in Hooe and nelghtnrino towns *— Per week S ,30 Per year 1J60 By 'mail in H"mn5tonr|, Nevarln, LaFoyette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month $ .85 Three months l.fi Six months . 3 SO One year .... • . ..• 6, SO 'AM other mall — One month Three rrnnlhs Six months One year ... . . 3 00 7.HO 15.60 0 Not'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Doilies, Inc., 1602 Sferirk Blda, Memphis 2, Tonn.; 505 "'oxos Bnnk BIHa., Da'l<" 2, Texas' 360 N Michlnon Av?., Chironn I. III.; 60 F, 42nd St., Now York 17, N Y.; 1763 Penobsrot Bldq., rw ro il 2, Mich.; Terminal Blrtg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press ls ent i t ' ed ex " cluslvelv tn t*n u c n for r«ouh|ication of, oil the l/vol' r«ws orinfed in this newspanor, as well as all AP news disnatchps, WANTED TO BUY pine Pulpwooo by Truck Load Cut In Woods or otherwise, HAROLD HENRRIX Phone PR 7-4321 16th & Louisiana, Hope, Ark. Now Open 'For "Business -» SMITH'S GIN IRATOR pnd 5TARTIR SHOP 19§ §, VyalnMt §*,•« Phe, 7-?4§l all sf ©«nerat°ri and MATTRESSES or M««(« Jnts WerK 6wir§n Ont PiV lirvlct PAYIS ft M««ftii Ct, iim Fhs, Herndon-CorneliHJ . Fwntrgl Home and Burigl Ambulpnce Senrict LOCAL MOVING ''

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