Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 23, 1958 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 23, 1958
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HOP! STAIi H6M, ARKAMSAl , daffiber 53, 19SI ; Serving You Since 1396 DIAL 7*4431 — ' WE DELIVER WISCONSIN CHEDDAR Hoop Cheese HEAVY SMOKED By Thd Piece GOOD LEAN DRY SUN VALLEY SWIFT'S MILK-FED NO LIMIT SWIFT PREMIUM CHOJCECUT 100% PURE PORK HEAVY SMOKED FRESH DRESSED OUR ' SPECIALTY ROUND BAG COOKING ROLLS SCOTTS BEST SOFT-WEYE POUNP CAN WHITE CAGED or WMOU Cured . ; • .- orUCracke ^cjr ? "™ r ^W~F «?W^*v^^ f ** .t ,„ -i ,-K-F- .'*. ? i l "^?J - Panther's Single Wing Could Trouble Bobcats Thp third ranked Hope Holjrals will be trying to hold (hnf position as wall as a first plnre in the dis- Irict Fritlny night when thf.v journey to Magnolia for ;\ rontcpt at 7:30 p.tn. Again this wppk thp'Bobcats vvill be crippled and two with possibly three HnrmPn doubtful sturlors. Thurmnn. Rowr and Dtikr wort 1 kopl out of last wrek's finmr with injurios and they may not SOP action against Magnolia. Couch .John Pierre i- somewhat worried llittt a letdown will sooner or later prove disastrous to the Hope boys. With six victories its jiifrt n.iturnl Hint rvrr.v team they meet from now on will br pointing Grid Gome Tonlghf at City Park Its the North Side Eagles Vs Iho South fiirlc Bears in a football gnrtie tnnight at 8 o'clock at City Park. Arlmission is 25-18*10 cents. Sylvester Dnvis and Maurice Champion coach the fiagles While Roosevelt Jamison and RobcH Dnniels coach the Bears. Actually Its the 7lh and 8lh grade youths from the Smith Side playing those from thp North side, says Rnscoe Smith, City Park recreation supervisor. Porkers Have Flu Bug on Eve of Ole Miss Tilt By THE ASSOCIATED PR ess Whether Iwo of thd stnrs wll) be nblo to piny Snlurdny becatiso of injuries was the major topic in Southwest Conference football Thursday. ftieo worried about its running .Hempsk-ad Counly. Ark. j j, nd kicking ace, Pat Bailey, with rt t t~\1 ITl*f { \Xf nl n 1 tt I i f f .1 i*j • '.4 v T, . ** •( Legal Notice No. 8137 In the Chancery Cfuirl of BETTY J. S. .JOHNSON Plaintiff vs. DELBERT G. JOHNSON Defendant WARNING ORDER The dcTeiVdnnt, DliXBERT G. JOHNSON is wnrncd to appear in this court within thirty days and nnswcr the complaint of the Plaintiff, BETTY J. S. JOHNSON. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this Oth clay of October Clara Bycrs, Clerk. By Katherine B. Lauterbach, D. C. (SEAL) W. S. Atkins, Attorney for Plaintiff C. V. Nunn, Attorney Ad Liten Oct. 0, Ui, 23, 30, IMS Legal Notice No. 8142 In the Chancery Court of HcmpsU-ad County, Ark. GEORGE JORDAN Plaintiff vs. EMILY D. JORDAN . Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, EMILY D. JORDAN is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, GEORGE JORDAN. Witness my hand the seal of said court this 15th day of October 1958, CLARA BYERS, Clerk By Kalherine B. Lauterbach, D.C. (SEAL) Oct. 10, 23, 30, Nov. 6, 1958 21* OVER-AU. DIAO.HCTURtTUBE 3<S3 50. IN. tOW-PRICE TV' WITH EXCIUSIVH MOTOROLA GOLDEN GUARANTEE Full year guarantee on all tubes and parts, 6 years on Golden Tube Sentry Unit. Use as stereo speaker. Finishes: Chnr- coal,vGrainea Mahogany or Grained Blond, Model 21T58. || B chorocol N» 229 95 LESS YOUR TRADE EASY PAY TIRE STORE 214 E, 2nd, Hope, Ark. Iho Tt'.vas gamp—-the most crucln) onu in the conference—.just' two clays away. Bailey has a hip Injury and was only able to joe » little Wednesday. Southern Methodist still ho.pe.d thai, it's mighty passer, Don Meredith, would be able to' go against Georgia Tech. Meredith, who .has already missed two games because of an injury suffered in the Notre Dame contest, couldn't go Wednesday and Coach Bill Meek snid hc-'d wnit until Thursday afternoon, give Meredith some pads ancj sei> what ho could do. • Coach Jess Neely planned f.qr Rice's bailie with Tokos without Bniley. He will uscMnxWebb.'aso sophomore who has played little, in place of the fellow who ran Soi> thorn Methodist ragged last week. Neely also said Gene Miller, his left tackle who wns out. last week with it knee injury, wouldn't get to play against Texas either anrl may >be through for the season Baylor looked good at stopping the Texas A&M single wing at. lack as put on by the B team and Coach Sam Boyd was cheered. At College Station tho Texas Aggies had Jon Few, spphomons back, in harness'again. Few was'movtcl to tailback and ran with the second and third units in a scrimmage against Baylor plays. Arkansas was having trouble with the flu bite. En'd' Bill Tronnum and guard Bill Luplow .joined fullback Donnie Stone in the in- Jirmary. Stone is duo to be r"- leased Thursday but isn't expected !o be a starter againsf Mississippi Saturday at Little Rock. Star Classified Ads ASS MUST ee DAY PHONI ?«343i FOH AD TAKER The schedule of Sbiunat Pet{o&, as printed below, has beeh tfike from John Alden Knight's Solliha Tables. Plan youf days so thi you will be fishing In good tefrltor or hunting in good cover dttflh these times, If you Wish to fittd th best sport that each day has I otter. The Major Periods are shown boldface type. These begin at th times shown and last for an hou and. a half or two hours there after. The Minor Periods, shown 1 regular type, are ot Somewha shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Majo Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 2: In 8:15 '3:00 9:00 3:45 9:45 4;30 10130 2:30 8:40 3:15 9!25 4:00 lOilp 4:45 10156 The Negro Community Esther Hicks Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day The power of little things ha so often been noted that we accep it as an axiom, and yet fail to see in each beginning, the possibllit of groat events — F. P. Edwards Calencad of Evatits The Hope Civic Improvement As sociation will meet Thursday, Oc 23 at 7:30 p.m. at Hicks Funcrc Homo. Election of officers will.b held and all interested persons af asked to be present. The women 'of Bethel AMjE Chui ch will sponsor a "Candle Light service at the church tonight'' 7:30 p.m. This service is a prefac to Die Annual Women's Day pro gram-which will be presented a Bethel on Sunday, Oct. 2G- Eac lady is asked to''bring a candle The public is invited. Slashes Out Win Over Orteqo LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP> — Young Don Jordan of Los Angelos today emerged as the next prob- The Charmetts Social Club wi meet in the home of Mrs. A. L Bradford, Rocky Mound, .tonighl (Thursday) at 7:30. All member are asked to -be present. The Community Club will sppn sar a, chili supper and wiener rpas at .907 North.;Dewey Street, Satin day, !Oct. 25! The public is invitee: Mrs- Snow A. Norwood, president in the hopes they can Knock off the Bobcats. All of the rest of the gamos will be tough. Magnolia, under Joe Thomason, former Tcxarkana Coaoh, uses the single wing formation which the Bobcats haven't seen all year. Hope's ability to defense this system could decide the contest. The Coaches have been working hard against Magnolia plays all week and the 'boys should be ready Friday night. Fans goins to Magnolia should rcmcnVber the game' starts at 7:30 which is 30 minutes earlier than the kickol'f time here. Mrs. Lena Tyus, Worthy Matron of Zorah Chapter No. 4, OES calling a special meeting, Tuesdaj Oct. 28 at 715 South Spruce St. Purpose of the meeting is to con fer the Amaranth Degree upon al applicants. Fish will be sold. Tp out pf three Amprisan famili^ b«iy Ipr fer Jbs bpro? » * » Tt)»t is and sojpys wid* pppwUu;!^, tlian ewrbsfaw* famUies lop?ih8r io ij» tow is Pf jyst Mflj Jp£pths>f, 1 fe part «if this HD Membership and Leader Training Meeting Tuesday, Oct, 21 tho Home Do monstration 'Membership and Lea ers Training meeting was held ii the Yerger Gym, Registration be gan at 9 a.m. iby Mrs. Lethia Law son of Heiyipstead. Music was play ed by Mrs, lola B. Rhone, assist ant agent of .Miller. Mrs, Jessie Walker, Southwes District President, Columbia, pro sidecj. Kenneth S. Bates, Assistan Pirector, discussed "Building anc Projecting A Strong County 'H Program." Mrs. Ruby Curry and Mrs. Ger Jrude Henderson, Assistant agent! pf Lafayette and Columbia coun ties respectively, conducted a dis- jjussion on "How to Package Yovu'« 'g'ejf As A Leader." •M'rs. Dorothy Price, District and Mrs- Marguerite Wi|l, Nogro HD Agent, gave talks pn "How 'Home Demonstration Membership C^n Be Increased,' jind "Idpas To Improve HD Programs." Lunch \vas prepared by t|ie Yerger lunchroom personnel. following lunch, Iho group was separated according to the office they held. T. R, t Betton, J^egro Agricultural Agent,' was leader for the presidents; Mrs. Margue WUltams, Negvo HD Agent, yjpe presidents; Mi's. Jennie Wright, Negro Home Pevelopment Agent, for sepretsrjes; p, B, Spilth Qounty Agojjt of reporters and Mi's, }o)a HP Agent of Miller, Mr?. Wright acted rn.p_(4era,tQr for th.e panel discussion Rple'of Comity CoundJ Qfi'i gave t))is session - $p Agent, ;pn' "M whjgh tJjji§ tf Phance io rjieasuce hersejf, as ,1 Jeadpr. - - Appording tp Miss E. L, Ford, HP Ai^. ?ever» coyn- were veaysgeftjt^ 3n4 31 yvera Funeral Directors muwii^psw:«wj»U7Jfl? 9Wti^;ZS&& f0iO,£i2tiaBli Notice ffl Buy < We S«!i <> W« But H, fi. FftAWKLIN eoMPAJTf A, P, Cslohef, Collier, Lbbi filstatiee Csll fiot leCt &62. Fftt EitUriate*, Lowet "' ..... ' Vsai « will Tr. avei Si*Q»A(3i5 CO. 18-tt BARHAM Brothers Mouse efs. Insured arid free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Cale, Arkansas, 214 Mo. NO hunting or trapping will be al- lott'ed Without n permit on my land in the old proving ground. This land is posted. \V. I. Stroud. 10-l-2mo. c Services Offered LET us renovaU yaur old' mattress. We specialize In preisurl- ted Innersprlng. COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4th. Phone 7-2821 RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat for your deep freeze. Sec us before bujdnf. 17-U SINGERiSEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd. L. E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695. "' ' ' ,5-14-tf PASTURE clipping, see Mike Sny. i ker, at Snyicer Hotel. Phone 73721. ' 23-1 Mo. FOR a complete line of pumps, water wells or work overs. Call O. T. Clark. 711 E. 6th. Phone 7-4364. 26-i-mo-p Instruction BEGINNING. Lessons in oil painting and pastels. Interested persons may contact Freddie Jones. 514 East Third Street, or call 72732. 23-tf Opportunities Offered HOSPITALIZATION MEN AND WOMEN Salesmen, Sales Trainees and Supervisors. LARGE NATIONAL COMPANY 'in business ....since 1926 with best policies to sell and the best compensation for those who sell them. Earn at least $400-$500 your first month even without previous experience with automatic pay raise of $25 to $50 each month. Local radio and newspaper advertising to help you. Highly efficient work and training program. Compensation includes e_xtra long commission paid at time of sale, 2!5?< renewals, free hospitalization, free retirement plan and many other benefits. 'Even better contacts for people with supervisory experience and proven sales ability. Aae no barrier if over 21 and a willing worker, Now is the time to make the decision to build a future for yourself. For personal interview see Mr. Povnter — Hotel Barlow Wed, or Thursday night 7 to 9 P, M. or Thursday or Friday morning 8 to 10 A, M, 22-3le Female Help Wonted TWO waitresses, AjJpiy in •person', fiiamohd (Jafe, Mope, Ark. RURAL HOUSEWIVES Christmas Time . . . Our Big Earning Time! AVoil Costtietics has two territories open for women Who wish to earn. Insure youf Merry Christmas! Representatives needed for Hedland Township (Me' Caskill) and Salihe TowfishW CCV lumbus). Car necessary, Write Avon, Box 377, Hot Springs. Ark, Give directions to your home, WANT AD RATES All Wdnf Ads ire poyfib'e advdrtcd but ods will be 'jccep &V(*f the tdlepHohS ohd df.-.otnbdd- flOH dccouhfs allowed wifh the un- thd account is payable is rfend(*red. , Help Wanted MEN-WOMEN $20 Daily. Sell inous nameplales. Write Reeves Co., Altleboro, Mass. 3'lm>b WANTED AT ONCE. Man or woman to supply Rawlelgh hpt)se< hold necessities to consumers In S. Hcmpstead County or Hope. Pull or part time. For details without obligation see Convin Crow, Rt. 1, Box 30, Nashville, Ark. or write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKJ-841-271. Memphis, Tehn. 2 MIEN or families to work on farm and live on farm later. Monthly pay, Sec .T. B. Bailey across highway from Long's Store on Washington Highway or call Prospect 7-3470 after* 6 p.m. ' 20-tf ATTRACTIVE position for an in telligent man or woman with a pleasing personality and good appearance, Prefer one with ex perience in teaching, club or church work. Age 25-60. Must be ready to accept position immediately if selected with a .Marshall Field family owner enterprise A guaranteed income with opportunity for a definite plan of advancement, insurance program and a retirement plan 'based on Profit-Sharing. For local .interview, write Ruby Beasley, Box 1G4, Samps, Ark, or phone LE riox 3-4502. 23-3tc For SoU ALUMINUM' screens, doors, storm windows, weather - stripping, insulation, roofing, awnirigs," glittering, 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 7-2956. ' 13-l:m-p 1950 STUDEBAKE'R pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7-4011. . 29-tf MIXED HAY — Lespedesia and grass. 35o and 40c at barn, J, W. Strickland. 7-3731, 3tf FIVE room home across street from Brookwood School, 509 So, Spruce, Phone 7-2223, 17-6lp INSURANCE. Fire, Tornado, Aulo- mipile, Linbility with the Hartford Fire Insurance Company Company group of stock companies, ARE YOU FULLY COVERED? Call Jim Colo, Hope Insurance Agency, 1S-12JC For Rent L.OCAL trailers, Bycrs Gulf Ser Vice, Call,pay or Night. 7-0955, 8-lmoc LARGI2 ropms, private bath Upstairs apartment, 203 High St, Phone 7-31?4 17-tf ROQM' unfurnislipd house at 112 Vfcsi 18 St. gee' owner at Cai bell's Florist on Rosston Highway. Phone Bodoaw 9-2374. 21-Gtc ROOMS and bath apartments furnished prid unfurnished. Three block? from business district Franklin Company. A. P. Delony Manager, Howard Collier, Dales- man, 22-3tc house. ] block from towjn-' Phone 7-?255. Mrs. L. W. Young, ' 2?-3tc The first railroad in the s believed to have been a short rjiek. Q| woQdpn rsjjs Jnu'jt in on Be^coji pjll hi ^ps.lQn, Mass. iYfigof\5 drawn by horses -"- J he h bedrpom house. Clean, 1 mad ern, jjear town. fjOQd neigljb.oj- ' " For $01$ or Trade 955 FQftp. 4J.00Q Wile?,. One of gjpgpest '55 jnod,els in battery, FIVE room house, $1,000, A good buy to rebuild or move, Jobs} W, "Webb, Ozan, Ark, 2Ulm-p 8 Acres, Hope edge, modern 4 room furnished, |6,QOO — $2,500 down payment, B.alajice like rent, 196 acres, good stand of pine, some logs qnd pulp wood for rnark» el, $10,000. Terms, Slrout Realty. Agency. 620 West 67 Highway,' Wurrib^f Df Words Up to 15 16 Id JO II tb 25 16 (6 30 31 to 35 36 16 40 41 fo 45 "U to 50 Day .45 .60. .75 .90 1.65 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three bdys .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 ' 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six Days 1.50 200 250 300 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 One Month 4.50 6.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 CUASSIPIED DISPLAY t tlrne ............ ............ 80c pef inch 3 (Ifries .................... .... 65c f>6f inch 6 times ........................ 55c per Inch Rafes 1 quofe^ 6bove are for tOn- sedutive Iriscrtlons. Irfegular or skip date ads svill tdk>? the ohe-ddy fate. All daily classified advertising cop^^ Will be accepted Until 5 p.rrt. fdL* publication the following day. the publisher reserves the fighf to revise or edit all , advestisernenfs of fered for publication and to reiect any obiectlonable advertising sub- riiitted. Initials of ono or more letters, grbups of figures, such as house or telephone numbers count as ond word. The Hope Star will not be responsible' for -errors in Want Ads unless errors are colled to our atlcntion after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3430 Hope Star Star o» Hope 1899) Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday oftemoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs, C. E. Palmer, President Alex, H. Woshbtirn, Secy-Trcs. 9] at The Star Building 112-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor 8, Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Mcch. Supt. Entered as second doss matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates (payable In » advance) By carrier. In Hope and neighboring towns — Per week .. ......... ............ , ...... S ,30 Per year ..... ......................... ; -IS 60 By matt In HempstearJ, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month ................... .. ....... $ .85 Three months ........................ 1.85 Six months ......... s ...... ' 3.50 On* "year '.,., ........................... ^l f!6 ' s ^ All ; other mall — One monlh ....... ....... .....s Three months Six months One year ........ . 1*30 3.90 7.80 15.60 Nat'l Advertising P.eproscntatlvcs; Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 .Stor/rk Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 ^ixps Bank Bldq., Dallas 2, Texas: 360 N Mlchiaan "Aye., Chicaao I, III.; 60 F. 42nd Si, NPW York 17, N. Y.; '763 Penobscol Bldg, Detroit 2, Mich, f Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Oklo. . • ' Member of The Associated Press; The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for rppublication of all ihp loral news printed in this newspopfr, as well as all AP news dispatches, ' ' Room ond Board ROOM AND BOARD -y FOR room and board,'cooking lit Its best, with clean' comfortable rooms with inneyspring mattresses, attjp ventilation. Snyker . - 23-} Mo, 0 ROOM house, double gni'flgo, 412 N. Main. Large lot, §oe Hflj-j'y •Robinson, 21-3tp INVESTORS attention. Investigate this. Wo have a Uptown Puptex in perfect condition, 4 rooms a|ld 'bath each side. >-Doivb)e garage, Rents paying 15 per pent on in* vcstrjiont. Franklin Company, Phone 7-46(17- A, P, Peioiiy, Rfa> ager. Howard Collier, sajejnian, ?3-3tP QiLJSAN 19^6 PQRP. 37.000 miles. C^ill Prospect 7r5848, WANTED TO PUY Pulpwooo py Truck l_pa?) Cut In WQOCJS pr otherwise, HAROUD HPNPRSX Phone PR 7-4321 tf 16th & Ueiilfiina, H9i?e,;Ark, *> different dgyjilies $1.50 this weeH_ 31X4 •Arthur Gray - *.- i 9Q\V5 I? i«v a tp MATTRI5SIS ' lit sr Mai* Jnte inn«r» fprlna, PAYI5 Furniture * Msftrf n Ct , Herndon-Corneliw* " ' HcrWfirijJ BwrtoL M^.VMYJle

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