Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 17, 1958 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 17, 1958
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lit H6M STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS Friday, Ortebif If, 19SI Model Home Features Gas Appliances A rhodern new homo, fenlnring triahufacfured hnrdbonrd in both Jhsidd nnd outside constniclion, tt'ill be open for public inspection v Saturday and Sunriny nl 1120 South Walnut Street Open house is scheduled from 2 to 8 p. m. Saturday 2-0 Sunday according to Jack Lowe, Vice president nnd mnnagci of Hope Guilders Supply Co The house Will be open from 5-fl p 111 .Monday through Frlriny, and the following weckchd The hoine, sponsored by Hope Builders Supply Co.. also feature's ;fill»jjas appliances and eiiuipnienl, Jticludihff year-round H.-IS an conditioning. Tlic holne is "The Plainsman," Oho ()f seven model homes designed by the Mnsoriile Cnrpm.ilion, and bclhB displayed in tnany cities in the nation this fall. The homes are called "Showcase of Famous Brands" model homes, crnpha si/inn new ideas in building material usaRc. including .Masonite hardboard, and n new Jnore livable space arraiiKenirnt. Oas features .besides an conditioning with central, Aikla-Sur- vci year-round unit that botli heats nnd cools, include binll-in tanjU', water healei, .md clothes di\ei iC-aslitcs brighten front lawn ant lanal. Model Nome on Display This Weekend V ---I' Four Killed in Crosh of Plane BATAVIA. N.Y. (AP> — A P.M vate plane crashed in dense foi today, killing an Air Force sei geant, his wife, and their two cinl rlrcn. Killed were Sgt. Pninci.s MeKni ncy, 31, of Jacksonville, Ark , In: wife, Ane Mac, 2l>; a claughUr Deborah, -1; and a son, Robert, 2 Airport officials said they liac cautioned McKmncy T u e s d a > night, against liyms to fly in fog surrounding the nirpoit He took •off'this morning without notifying , them";', they said. The four - place, siiiRlc - cngiru ptace crashed moments later ncai the New York Stmte Thruway, twc miles north of here. McKinncy was returning to Little Bock. Ark., where he was stationed, state police said. The fam- ' ily had been visiting relatives here. Legal Notice ' IN THE 11EMPSTEAD CHANCERY COUHT GEORGIA McKUVENE, ET Ab ( PLAINTIFFS vs. VERL15Y POWELL, ET AL .DEFENDANTS - WARNING ORDER • The defendants, Blanche McEl- vono, -Robert McElvene and Mrs, Robert MeElvene, his wlfo, Lawrence Powell, Florence Williams, Liimrnie Ciirrington, Eddy Taylor anc. Trudy Taylor,, his \vife, Odis II. Taylor and lYlavth,! Taylor, his .wife, Clcotha Tnylor, Robert Taylor nnd Annie Taylor, his wife, J. T, 'Taylor, Chnriinc B. JMelnlosh, Emniii Leo Lenions, GIMCU Marie Jones, - Florence Delony, Tui-esa Cooper.^lonroe, Ullic McDolc, thu • unknown heirs Pf Blanche McEl- vene,.J:lece,'isad, the unknown heirs fltSt'L. (Sam> MeElvene, clecpabud., ' {he unknown heirs of Henry MeEl- vene, deceased, »nd the unknown heirs of Lucious MuElvene, do• coaspd, and, ouch of (hem, are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days hereafter and {io^wxir the complaint of (he plain•tiffs herein, , WITNESS My hand nnd the sen) •"of said pourl on this J6lh day of "Optober, 1958, • C1WVBA BYKRS, Clock By KATHElilNE 0. LAUTERBACW, 0, C.. Lcgol Notict SALE JS HERESY G1VI3W Jat in {Jwrsuance of (he authority jri directions contained, in Jhe de- etsJ order of the Chancery Court jjeippstead County, Arkansas ado and. entered, on the 8th c}ay of tpbcr, 3958, in a certain pause PU ppnding therein wherein CHiv rt Watpli, et a}, were plaintiffs ij Mrs. Herman HocJneU, ct ai. £rp ^Pj'endants, the und^crsigued. Commissioner of said Court, will |QJ- sajc at public ve«due tu bidder, at the front eijitrance to thp Gourt the City of Hope in Hprnp? Arkansas, within tho ud4ci^l sales, oi\ Salin-- 4ay of November,. 195§, 'lojjowjng described, ieal estate County, Ar- or for ^o^thvvest Quarter of the (14) Quarter of the iNWMi SWVji at ( 13', Tpwnship South, Range V$^> containing ov iess, Except an est \n UIP ift. w» and On ? pwdlt pur^aeor be, iaw t».wi 4 Ike Leaves for Continued Fiotti Page <3h§ foreign policy—as distinguished from cnticism of the broad objec* lives «uch as dedication to pace and the battle against Corfirrilihist expansion. '•No one cart do this tHore" Cf> feetml} than you," Eisenhower told Nixon. fed Ifoftt fieaffcy cotfiftufciliei, bill the frlahl *as afire all oVSf b& foi-6 thf? tould itttirtt jhacLbeeft f6£€filiy UlStallftd ifl liM el«afiJfig JrtachinerJ'Uin. .^. CT ,-^. Pishing Report Around Arkansas LITTLE ROCK (APl^-Mcre is ii lishinR report and forecast from .he Arkansas Game and Fish Commission: BULL SHOALS LAKE: Water clear. White bass fair on tier* Mmnning plugs; crappie ,(|air on live bait trailing. LAKE CONVVAY: Water clear. BEITS «ood on minnows and arlifjj cial bait LAKE OUACHtTA: Black bass /air on live and artificial bait, cjirly and lalo; bream lair on worms and crickets. LAKE HAMILTON; Black bass fair to good on artificial lures: crappte fair on minnowsj bi'cam good on worms and crickets LAKE GREESON: Water clear. Larecmtith bass good on plastic worms, fair on topwater litres when schooling, LAKE CATHERINE: No report LAKE NOHFORK: No reflurt LUCKY 7 SALE BED ROOM GROUP SPECIAL ONLY FIRST COME * 7 Salem, N. ,T., has been a center for Quakers since 1073. It has a ] „„ Friends Meeting Houpse, built in CI 1772, still in use. — Star Engraving THEY INVITE YOU to come out tomorrow and Sunday, for a tour through "The Plainsman," modern, gas air-conditioned home sponsored by Hope' Builders Supply Co., Masonite dealers. The home features Masonlte hardboard both inside and out. Left to ripht Lawrence May, contractor; Jack Lowe, vice-president and manager of Hope B'iflders Supply Co., and C. W. "Cliff" Bridgers, manager for Arkansas Louisiana Gas Company here. The home features all-gas appliances. Cotton Gin Burns Near Jonesboro /JONiESiBOfiO, Ark. fAP)—The B—B cotton gin at Black Oak'was destroyed by fire of undetermined origin late yesterday. Owner Frank Barton estimated loss at $100,000 Bill McClish, .an employe, was injured slightly when a cotton bale he was moving from the loadiiv platform fell on his" foot. Two employes discovered the fire in the gin press room. Within 20 minutes the flames had spread over the entire plant. Black Oak has no fire fighting facilities. Firemen were summon- TO SELL FIRST SERVED SALE BEGINS 7 A.M.-SAT. 18th Reg. Price $159.95 • DOUBLE DRESSER • MIRROR • BOOKCASE BED • CHEST FREE BONUS With Each Suite • 2 PILLOWS • 2 SHEETS • 1 CHENILLE BED SPREAD Be one of the Lucky Seven. Remember, only 7 to sell so come early. While They Lost ONLY Home Furniture Co. ^H 218 E. Second St. $7.00 DOWN $7.00 MONTH Tfiis is the house that Masonite built . . and \'-. makes it perieff fsr pen House, 1120 So. Walnut SATURPAY, SUNDAY, AH Next Week throuh pet, 26 All-Gas Features; 2-8 pi m, HOP! , 2-6 p, m, Sundays, 5-8 p, m» Weekays Gas Yssi Air Sybyrfegn Sa§ Gas Wstfif 1 " YQU'RE ,1N ViTID t@ visit ''The RIoirisinon/' mQd§l h«m§ devebpsd by- the Masenit.g C^rpQfpticri^ fectunjhs' decergtjve but projctical M9f@nit§ hordbparg m§id§ ,ohd. pyt, ' • ^ Q^S MAKIf THI MQME'perffiSi-'.ffir luxury living « , , but lew " r ond Qp|?ii9ps§i will m@gn iower'.^ility ^llrfer .the. buyer of this'f in§ hQm@, It's Gas C9nditiwd'x§sf<§wnd fcy an A'fHJQ^Ifvel Sun' YsJJey sentrnJ ynit, 'J3p§litfi§ .' lawn iUlsrgr ^laripi^ 1 pstip, ' @a§ is ^Mff d . f©r- seeking vvat§r heeting *• " ' : - ''•>$>?•!*& •" - V^jsw*^

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