Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 13, 1958 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 13, 1958
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MOM ITAI, ROM, ARKANIAl Porkers Have Another Rough Weekend Ahead FAYttTTKVILLK. AtU fAfM — ;, 'Mic University of Arkansas Hn/of : bncks—fresh fiom n 24-0 \willop- - Jhg by Rice—hmv nnothcr bic ci'ip ;„ f 11 practice for tt\\* ueek ih-« "T hie;h-rlding t'nivcrsily of |>\;i .• ' The Workers will trnvr-l lo Ati-t tin Saturday with n 0 - •! i eeon Bgainsl the Steers' 3-0 mnrU. i i ', eluding a victory over .nvosomi ^Oklahoma • j.', Coach Frank Brnyles lays par v- of the blnme for tin- Hogs' poo '^•'Showings on their ppoliv tnrkling * "We're just misslnu tackles,' . he said, "and Hint's kllliiiH us -. You c.'in pul n man into Ihr prop' ;er position, but it takes n ron . good athlete to do it from there." >•• Bro.vles also pointed out /mother problem on defense. In tho fnc ,;that the Hogs "are sunvriiu; fron . n Inck of sbe. strength nnd ablll ty," ;The Porkers currently poses tho loncesl losing slienk since 10! ,12, when they dropped Cive in n J'OW. 'With another week of practice — tpcrliap n Hide grimmer nnd more determined—starts ' Broyles, in summing' up tho '_ sitilniion. offerrd ho excuses *\ VWhcn you look lousy." he said, <v* "ou can. second-guess yourself t*""And undoubtedly you can find mis- ^.takes. But we're donm things the j- s way I've coached, nnd I've ,heen ** k -»coaching on winning teams all my .-*> lite." Yerger Tigers Racked Up by Langston 44 0 i»>'-,The Yergor Tigers were humbled S?fpr the fourth straight time this Jtj* week when Lnngslon lliyh Bulldogs j|;'.racked up a smashing 44 to I) vic- ^;i tpry over tho Hope, eleven on the ^•local field. p js> The visiting Bulldogs were clev- t."^astating, They started scoring Dearly taking a Yerger fumble on fjjilje 55 in the first period taking only j^j'fpur plays for the first score. Tho Zg extra point was good. '^T.'JLungslon made it 13-0 by the half- retime period on a 50 yard pass com- ^ijdclion. The Tigers worked the /Jball, on runs by Henry Reed and «>Ja'mcs McFaddcn, lo the one in {\,thc third period but couldn't score. s".; -From^hen on it was the visitors jfiall ihei,-way and/"they piled up an 'tfJinpress.iVQ 44 to 0 victory. ISvon IpinS losing the Tigers gained 310 •r'yarcls rushing, Tho Bulldogs com- ^pleted four of eight passes nnd .--'made 440 yards rushing. \, Hope players were Cnnor, Prndv )<-,cr, Scott, Edwards, Dennis, Dee, iJi'Reed, McFadden, Tyiis, Brandon, U.,Withevspoon. Turner, Knox, Me,-;Pe~arson and Warren. f>Defense and ||3ood Offense |EbotballKey f, 1 * / By 'ED CORRIGAN ? .,'Associated Press Sports Writer if, ""'Whatever the reason—the "lone- M|. 0 nie end," n rock-ribbed defense '?ap" : * floxiolo off on." e, Army uul-iy Fs,<?t its sights on winning its fust ^peacetime national football MSH jay, Qetebefj/1JS8 ^ Many Top-Flight Teams Upset in Grid Play WHICH BIRDIE? <— With juM about every .-msle tf pholuRrnphor Frltx Koester of West Berlin, Gi;rninny, u sure bet In got his picture. Koi-sler nsseinbled this battery of r;nner;i.s lo photograph a rehearsal of the opera "Die Flrdei-maus" at the Deuti-fhhilicl Hull. TUNNEL "MOON"—What looks like a time-lapse picture of the moon against a background of blurry stars is actually a sti'ol sphere and the patterns formed as water (lows around it inside a new water .tunnel at the \N r csfinghouse Research Laboratories in Pittsburgh, Pa, The tunnel, containing 13 tons of water moving at 8,000 gallons a minute, is vised to study similar How patterns past more complicated structures, such, us the turbine blade of a jet engine. r; : -! > • By Well back in tho national pie« lure with sohio top-flight inlersoe. tional victories, Including Texas' Upset or mighty Oklahoma, the Southwest Conference plunges into its championship t-nce en masse this week. Texas, which knocked down Ok* lahoma 15-14 to remain the only undefeated team in (he league, makes Its start toward a title against lowly Arkansas at. Austin Saturday night. Arkansas, loser of four games, three of them conference affairs. could do a fair salvaging job if it bent Texas— which, however, It won't be expected to do under most any circumstance. Texas Christian, 8 d y 1 of and RiCc lend the championship race. each having scored a triumph over Arkansas. Texas Christian will piny its second conference! game against Texas A&M, which will be making its start. They clash at College Station Saturday afternoon. Rice goes to Dallas to try for a second conference victory, meeting Southern Methodist, The latter will be playing US first conference game. Baylor and Texas Tech, the other two members of the league, get. together at Liibbock, It won't count In the championship race because Tech isn't yet eligible to compete for it Saturday fou'nd the conference pulling back even for the season in intersectional play as the teams won throe .games out of four, ft made the record for the year eight victories against eight defeats. Texas' triumph over Oklahoma, the Nation's No. 2 team, was the bigg'esl boost. It was the first decision over a ranking power for the season. Texas A — M surprised with a 1410 victory over Maryland and Southern Methodist put on a great second half spurt to lick Missouri 31-10. Baylor, however, was losing" Us recond intersectional game. Tilt. Hope Star Classified Ads ACS MUST BE IN $WCI DAY BEFORE NJBUgATieN — PH6NI 7*3431 FOU AD TAKER Notice f £ Buy * We S*U » Wt ftttt MEAL feSf Af fi H. D. FKAMKLIN • A, ?, Delofiejr, fldw»fd Coiilef, The schedule of Sfiltuiaf Period^ as printed beloW, has be6H takcfi from John Alden Knight's Solunar Tables, flan youf day3 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 thai each day has to o/fer. The Major Periods are showil 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 •Ml K0V1NG? Lofitf flistafide CfiJJ df>l S»S, ff«* E*tdinatel, LoWd ftite*. VMU ~ Will Travel 5:45 11!55 0:45 12!30 7:40 1!25 Monday Tuesday Wednes. Thursday 8:35 2!20 Friday 0:30 3! 15 Saturday 10:25 4:10 Sunday 11:15 5:00 0:20 7:20 1!00 8:15 1:55 9:10 2:50 10:05 3:45 1015,1 4:35 .11:4(1 5:25 The Negro Community Esther Hicks Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day • "; The great thing in, this'-'world is not so much where we are, but in what direction wo are moving— O. W. Holmes. Btars Duke. took a 12-7 lacing - Texas Christian whipped Texas Tech 2Q-0. -are stil Iproblems ahead. ,-noi the least of which is Navy. ^TJfc two' meet in the final game ?-Of/the* season for both Nov. 29 in tKliilfldelphia and it's just possible >j.hatjhe optional tifJo could tinse l'o*n'jtl>e "Outcome. KV-.This Army team, which whipped ,i|s r otre Dame 14-2 Saturday, ranks j t >s,"one o (the greatest of Coach £Eijrl Blaik's quarter-century en- ^fv; His clubs won (ho national in 1941 and 1945, the way Armv docs RO nil the way, and ,company will have to -.deen townrr) the. Southwest .fabled Oklahoma met its Saturday halted the mightv ,Soon- in the most startling no- flf (he season. It was only the for Oklahoma in 54 and from here o" in. I he peprs clenr for Bud Oil- lads, for they play only opposition starling with Saturday. They've won th n title the last 10 years. a defeat by Auburn, champion last year tpam in. the A-. li ="''iaip''l p.Qll last week, might h.« for, Ihp Cadets to go all won its third in 8-0 decision against Ken- GETTING A LIFT—Unable to slhnd upright alter an injury, , "Rani," 19-year-old elephant iH the Nuernberg, Germany, 7.00, j is lifted to hur feet with block and tackle, Unable to stand, '. "Rani" was also unable to cut and nearly starved before zoo j '\yorkers came to the rescue, ... J ni«ht, Tieers |,'i°U|h)e this week agajhst . c Army seems to have yirsinia. But then Q the Cadet? the Mitchell and Brown Lead Colts to Win By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Give Johnny Unitas a football and ho'l toss il foi 1 a touchdown- Give Tommy Brown the pigskin and he'll IUH it across the goal. Give football fans spectacular plav and they'll storm the parks And that's virtually tho story of three weeks play in the National Football Leag'uo. Unitas and Brown have led the Baltimore Colts and the Cleveland Browns, respectively, to the too position in the Eastern and West' ern conferences. The two teams are the only \indefoutod clubs in tho league, both' with 3-0 records. Accused Judge to Enter Plea Tues, ' LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Clpvoland County Judge Ha F, Hughes will appear in U.S. District Court here iinm"GnvrisW"W&gro Violence Hits Arkansas, 15 Persons Dead By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. An accident - filled weekend in which 10 persons were killed on Arkansas highways •• pushed the state's violent death toll for the week to 15 by last midnight. State Police, said the rash of weekend fatalities was one of tho largest on record. The tol lincluded three victims of a headon collision near England and two persons who died in an automobile - train wreck, at West Memphis, both yesterday, In all, 13 persons were killed during the week in traffic nccl- dents, ono in a fire and one by shooting, A fiery collision of two automobiles on state Highway 30 east of £ngland killed three persons and injured three yesterday. The dead were identified as William Russell, about 45, a Negro of Stuttgart; W. Cr. Garrison, a^ bout 70, of Little Rock; nnd Tiuul Downing, 72, of Sheridan, Injured were William Garrison, 33, of Little Rock, son of the elder Garrison nnd sonThvlaW^of Downing; Cliff Bryant, 48, of Little Rock; and Margaret Smith, about 33. a Negro of Stuttgart. Tho three white men were pns- I sengers in a car driven by Wil-' Calendar of Events Members of the Yerger Band Mothers' Club are asked to meet tonight in the Band Building for discussion on iband uniforms. STOftAGE CO. PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS 18-tt BARMAM Brothers House Mov< ers. Insured and free estimate, Write Barham Brothers Cale, Arkansas. 314 Mo. MO hunting or trapping will be at* lowed without a permit on my land in the old proving ground. This land is posted. W. 1. Strottd. 10-l-2mo. c For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Ca_ll Day or Night. 7'9955. 8-lmoc Help Wanted TWO Waitresses. Apply Hi person, Diamond Cafe, dope, Ark. MAtDS. A-l New YOrk Live-in. To $220 Monthly. Free room arid board, fare advanced. Write Gem Agency, 3a Lincoln, Roslvn Heights, N.V. 13-1 Ip Help Wanted WANT AD RATES All Wafit Ads ore poyo'-.'ii !1 advance but dds will be -jcc^pte'l over the telephone and dr.:oitioclo- ilbh tJccoiirib allov/cd wiHi th£ U'i- defsfanding the account Is payable when statement is rendered. WAITRESS or trainee. Apply id pet-soil. Oaks Cafe and Gift Shop, MEN-WOMEN $20 Daily. Sell Lum ihous nameplates. Write Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. 3'lm-f> WANTED AT ONOE. Man of woman to supply Rawleigh house'' hold necessities to consumers in >S. Hempstead County or Hope. Full or part lime. For details without obligation see Corwin Crow, Rt. 1, Box 30, Nashville, Ark. or write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKJ-G41-271, Memphis, Tenn. G-tf 2 BEDROOM unfurnished- house 1413 S. Hervey. $50 month.. Cal PR 7-2033 or Pine Bluff, -"JE 4 7115. . 8-6tp NICE 4' room unfurnished apartment with private bath and en trances. Van Galster. 222 N. Hervey St. 7-2496. 8-Gtp Wonted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office. Personal Mention Mrs. Bobbie Jean Simpson of Rockford, 111. was crowned Queen of Allen Chapel A'ME Church on Sunday, Sept. 14, sponsored by Allen Chapel Usher Board. 'Mrs. Simpson is the niece of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. D. George of Hope and is a graduate of Yerger High School. Thomas Jordan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tyree Jordan of Hope, and a graduate of Yerger High and Philander Smith College is Director of the Mississippi Vocational College Marching Band, Obituary Joseph Logan, son of Mrs, Lula B. Logan, died in a local hospital from injuries received in a traffic accident Friday night, Oct. JO. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and wilt be announced by Hicks Funeral Home. Funeral services for Joe King of Prescott will be held at Macedonia Baptist Church, in Prescott Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 2 p.m. Burial will be in DeAnn Cemetery with Hicks Funeral Homo in charge. tomorrow to enter a )ilea on a of ranking o false menl to the s^tato Highway Depart- mem Hughes and J. L. Harris, Kings. land Rvocer, sire rjocused of nipk 4ns false statements concerning riaht of way costs paid for ,TJ,S. Highway 7fi near' Kingsland, ' A federal grand jury indictment charges that thoir statements caused the state Hiuhwnv T>epar( menl to certify to the U.S. Bureau of Public Roods that $^0,880,43 was spent for the right of way, ' The indictment charges that Hughes and Harris knew tlwt amount was in excess of \vhat was actually spout. Judge AseJ J. Bock o[ Elk Paint Unitas. who throe years ago was f. D '' on , ic muorary assignment to ,_.* i.i«» »_.... s '.._ the hasten) District of Arkansas. for a semi pro eleven, threw * his seventh touchdown pnss of the season Sunday, bringing UK? Colts from behind, for, a 24-J7 victory over Qreea Bay Die league's gaiuoj- j'o 1957, around scored, tj[irp« touchdowns, bringing ; his soyscpVs output; to eight as tho Brown? outlasied, Chicago's Pju'di- nals 35-?8. • In all, 247.3J)} fans pai.d to gee the six gamps oh Sun^a^'s schedule, pp avov3ge of 4,1,00.0 9 ;hampion, Southwest h,orns pl^y sjg will hear their pleas. The judge said trials for per- was in a car driven, by the wor man, Garrison and Bryant were listed in fair condition at a Little Rook hospital and the woman was In serious condition at Stuttgart. Deputy Sheriff F, B Kale said the ear containing tho four white men careened, off thp highway anrt burst into fjam.cs after the collision. F. H, Lyons, a £?oy farmer and gin operator, polled the jn. 1 jured men to safety, At West Memphis, two persons Teacher's Leader to Tour Arkansas FORT SMITJ1, Ark, CAP) — .Ewald Turner of Washington, D C,, president of the National Education Assn.'s department' of classroom teachers, begins 1 a foui'- day tour of Arkansas with meetings here today,' Turner is scheduled to visit Van Burcn, Texarkann, Little Hock and Jonesboro during his tour. He <iVill be 'accompanied by Mrs. Maxinu L. Champman of Fort Smith, president of the teachers group m Arkansas, Real Estate for Sale Good six. room house with one acre or more, priced to sell. 174 acres good timber land with some saw logs, good house, will sell with or without house. House and one acre ground at Rocky Mound, this house priced to sell. Acreage for choice building sites on Highway Four, close in, E. M. McWTLljIAMS CO. Real Estate 1201 East Third St. 10-Gtc Room and Board ROOM AND'BOARD FOR room and board, cooking at its best, with clean comfortable rooms with innerspring mattresses, attic ventilation, Snyker Hotel. 23-1 Mo. Wanted to Buy SMALL farm, preferably on highway, with modern house. State exact location, improvements, age and condition, and lowest cash price. Lee, 3312 Linden Lane Garland, Texas. fl-6tp Services Offered Doctors to Meet, Discuss Diabetes ROCK fAP) —More than were Hilled when thejr ear with 3 Missouri Pacific train at o rural crossing. They \yerp of Arkansas, ot ho} . g^ as M- M, Snod,gra9s, 63, 'of West Memphis, and Cora Rapt ion, 18, 3 Negro of Marion. An automobile struck; and kill, ed a I tercJay. liggro in ptt,!? RocH veg- with a 4? to 28 setback,. In other KOW'V acojuirettr Bobbv led Pittsburgh to ?i'- 24^13 win over Philadelphia,' j^eji> edg'ed Washington, 3144 ',and J Bears throttled by 17 npJnts, the Colts started bnck in, the sepo^4 tor with Unites -JbupHJng p th.e oj\e. He .passpd 54 'Jim Mutsebpller, iii ' tgr to bring- '8i»li'PWP> of Jhe a living with her stepm,Qjhe>, Mrs 100 Arkansas physicians will gqth- pr here Wednesday to heav of developments in the treatment of diabetes and hardening of the arteries, Those two items will top the agenda of a two-day meeting o the Arkansas Chapter of the Academy of Geneva LET ui renovaU your old mat tress. We specialize In pressurl zed innerspring, COBB MATTRESS SHOP * 712 West 4th, Phone 7-8621 .'',-' Mf For Sole ALUMINUM screens, doors, storm windows, weather - stripping, insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone 7-5867. ' 9-tf HOUSE TO BE MOVED' For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street, Hope, Ark. Raymond Byers Phone 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 1950 STUDE'BAKEiR pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7-4011. 20-tf MIXED HAY — Lespedesia and grass. 35c and 40c at barn. J. W. Strickland. 7-3731. 3tf 5f Words Up to 15 16 16 20 i\ to 25 26 to 30 3t 16 35 36 !o 40 4\ to 45 46 to 50 One Day .-15 .60 .75 ."0 I OS 1 20 1 35 1.50 Thred Days • .90 I 20 1 50 1 80 2.10 2 40 3.00 Six Days 1 50 500 2 50 300 350 400 4.50' 5.00 One Mdnth 4.50 606 7 50 9.00 10.50 1200 1350 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY TfimS . 80e pet Inch 3 times ... 65c pef inch 6 times , 55c pef inch Rotes quoted above ore for cotl- sbcutlvd inserfions. Irregular or skip date ads will take the one-day fate. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publlcatlfin the following day. The publisher, reserves the right to fevlse of edit all advestiscments of fered for publication and to reject ahy objectibnalile advertising submitted; IrtiHals of one or more letters, groups of figures, such .as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible, for errors In Want Ads unless errors are colled to our attention offer 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 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washbum, Sccy-Tros. at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas PRICED for immediate sale. I frame house, 6'rooms, bath, utility room and 2 lots for sale. 3 blocks from grade school. Call BR 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 FIVE room home, across street from Brookwood School, 509 So. Spruce. Phone 7-2223. 10-6tp 1958 USED Cushman Eagle scooter. Ignition ssvitch, crash bars, Excellent condition, $274. Inquire James McJLarty. 10-3lc NUT CRACKERS Walnut and hickory meats, quarters and halves ?7.7n. Write Crack- ermall, Marshall, Ark. 13-Btp Instruction BEGINNING Lessons in oil painting and pastels. Interested persons may contact Freddie Jones, 514 East Third Street, or call 72732. 23-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, custom sliughteri-ng, We have meat for your 4eep freeze, See us before buying, 17-tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE co, Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd, L. E, Booft, Phone PR 7-6695, 5-14-tf PASTURE cjippjng, see Mjke 372J, st SnyJw Hotel, Phone 7"" ' Mo, F-OR. 3 Complete line of pumps, water wells or work overs. Call 0. TT> Clark.. 711 E, 6th, Phone 7-4364. 26-Umo.p PolJp? said th?.ti'iu.-H apparently iurngd off the highway «»vl ever j-aj times J?ock a Missour freight Jvuln sinasUo^ into t m pit Sarurdjiv, I'lHi gray, a 65,year.p}cl " fi.' Jef/ery, the engineer, sujd so Mabel Lplli0, ogv which, hit §ui was driven b,v Qeovsp 17, a Negvo of Swpet Tux., when hi? huge, vehicle p-erypd night, a Pails resident .struck qnd, )?Uleql by a oar 'as wossed state Highway g? west instantly, §il$e§ was 9 to Soy. pryal State- Trwper dwy?j' pi t.he par -as 31 s,o u t^ of 4rJwj-, . Hwvticp thra tyui*. Grahom to Continue Revival Regardless Evangelist Pilly Qrqham said here today that he plans to go aheacl wiih a spheduled Oct. S6 rally oi\ the State Pgpitol grounrjs at Columbia, 'S.G., despite Goy^ Qeprge Bell Timrnarnian's protest that jt might be injuvious to the 09450 qf segregation, "JVIy reason fov going to Col is to the cross of Men Wanted 18 to 35 . To train as Heavy Equipment Operators, Training now'available on bulldozer, motor grader, all rubber self-propelled scraper and drag- line. Short training' period on late Up to " "" Alex. H. Washbum, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones/ Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Mcch, Supt. Entered as second class matter or the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Mcmucr of. the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates (payable In advance) By carrier in Hope and neighboring towns — Per week ,,.., ,. S/ ,30 Per year 13 60 By "mail in Hempstoad, Nevoda, LaFayelte, Howard and Miller Counties — One month $ :83 Three months 1.85 Six months 3.50 One year 6.30 -1 All other mail — One month , 1.30 Three months 3.90 Six months s 7.BO One year 15.60 Not'l Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterirk Bldg. Memphis 2, Term.; 505 "'oxos Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; ?60 N Michigan Aye., Chicago 1, III.; 60 F. 42nd St.,. r-ley/ York 17, N, Y.; 1763 Penobscor Bldg,, Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg, Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of oil the local news printed in this newspaper, as svell. as oil AP news dispatches. model equipment 3.50 pei WANTED TO BUY Pine Pulpyvooo by .Truck Load Cut in Woods or otherwise. HAROLD HENDRIX Phone PR 7-4321 16th & Louisiana, Hope, Ark. hour available uppn satisfactory completion of training, Operators urgently needed as result of vasi new 15 yr, program now getting under way. If meehnnically inclined and interested in operating this type of machinery, write giving name, age, address and phone number to BOX D, c/o Hope btar, Hope, Ark. J0-2tc AIRLINES , HAVE GOOD 40B5 HOSTESS, STATION ASENT, TICKET AGENT, • RESERVATIONS, COMWUNITATION§, FUSHT CQNTROU RECORP.S " Interesting, y^rjeci PhyM," pv. QvahaTO saicl in jnloryjew »'iih the F^yptteyille j-yer. -"| ^jrin't think, any city jn South 0aj\olina poulcl obecj lo an Aim of thai In 'a J§5t Saturday that was "shpefeed 1 ; to Jeam that ' SI tU? Sl^te hoysg grpyads. t8lpme»t §ct4i?4', *'BiHy i?. wejl fei\9\vij for his §up' - you, 37 Invnnp" P! the jng'WugJrie? J{ high, 5PJ19.Q.; - jiiygstigate now io will not Jntprferjp with if giving - . Wilt? tar ajis| SCHOOl OF , : phone 7 5800 ;' g09'S, ^Im JAMES McUART ' open SMITH'S gnd STARTiR SHOP § s, Walnut St. -"Phe, ?.?451 Rebuilding- all maKei & pf MATTRI55I5 ll.9r..Made iprlna, WerK Herndon-Cornelius Ambuloncs Scrvict o /

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