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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 24, 1958
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4*.,,- Pa§t Paur Coaches Worried as Cats Go to Magnolia Tonight ,, the Hopp Bobcats go lo Mas ,**. finolfa tonight for a district contest against the Panthers at 7:30 *" The sinale wing Panthers will „ ., \volt'h just about the samp at Uic Hope eleven onri will he gninu nil out lo upset the Bobcats in a hiirm>. tafning affair. Conches Pierce. Scvirr and Bcas- lo.v nnd the players "rr-aly ap- proncir.lc Interest shown by some "eager fan" as roportrr) in a Lilllp Rock newspaper Thursday, jf a fnh should be thnl inlcrpsH-tl in Unlearn looks like he would cmjir to the conches and RI-I iho strai v information," tho mentors fee). •" "W.C will go to Magnolia with- onl fhc services of tackles Bobby Embry. who has a charlic- horse: > Joe Jones, tt'hn has an infoclrd leg; Hoy Rou-o is slill ,1 doubtful „„, with nn injury he reeoh-pd at Cms- it-, Sfrtt," the Coaches said. '"" "Incidentally. Roy plays defensive end and not linebacker, as reported by the stito newspaper, the Coach said, Indicating. "I agroo With (he article where i( Ha id he •\vaa tough but Dial doesn't help if !S,7,.ri" ' he is injured," Pierce said. * p This will be M'aginilia's homecoming and the Hope boys will be in lor n rough Might. \Vc Couches •feel sorry for our boys because Iho , Panthers will be up that much , more after such a praising writc- » x llp about Hope/' Pierce said. 'We haven't looked loo good 'i ,]}i"lclleo Ihis week trying to de fensc Ihoir single u-ing attack nnd •Jl may be sad for us Friday nigh if we can't soivo (his formatioi quick. We'll be satisfied Cor a one «.»-*• .point win. *L1 ' Mj) Snolia is- toug-h gn defense \"\Wtb their tall rangy linemen who tip tho scales at 170 lo inn pounds Then again, No 75, .Johnson, theii tailback, is pnt> ol 'the best in the district. We simply can't agree that Hope will have an easy time when we know Magnolia always Emmet Opens Cage Season With Texans i I Senior Buy, :ill learns open '-n loniijht \vhen -I, y MI;. Tcxa;, 'n i IIP Rrnmel O\m. Pishing Repsr* Around Arkansas n fishing report and forecast from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. j Lakp Ouachilfi: Wain- clear. | Black Bass fair nn live mid ait- 'ifirial bait; hream fionrt on worm"! J and crickets. i Lako Hamilton: Water clour, j Brenm good on worms a:,d c-i '| k- jCts; black b;iss fail to good tin i artificial hail; cnippie lair on livn bait. Lnht: CMlioHnr: Mo report. Lake Comvay: Wntui eltvnr. Bass good on artificial bait; crappie fair on minnows. Lake Norfork: Black bass fair on artificial bail and crayfish, and tfirlsj trolling; whllp bass and craniilo fnir'on jrlifirial bail. null Shoals L,"kc: No report. Lako Grc-pson: Jjareommilh bass n Hnniplto nnnoun- <-fl Dial the tu'n .-r lior teams u-otilfl cnlcr ihc rule Invilf.tinnal toiinianienl Dor. I-;; I (J, nnd Iho Lnncburij t<iurnnm»nt (o be held in .January- But-net!" also staled thai the annual Emmet .Junior Invitational tmirniitnpnl would be held Jan a-7-8 and HHh with 20 of neighboring e(run(i,.M in- viled and of Distriel !-\V T.asl sea !- lOW-PKICf TV WITH EXCIUSIVI MOTOROLA OOIDIN OUARANTEI "Full ypar guarantee on all tubes and parts, 5 years on Golden Tube Sentry Unit. 'Use «i stereo speaker. Finishes: Char- )h char«.oi anogntiy or G r« i n .d Blond. Modal 21T68. 229 test roue 95 EASY PAY TIRE STORE 814 E. 2nd, Hop?, Ark. ii. the Kmrnot Senior Kirls \v.>:i first place in (In- iVcv-adti Coii|i'y loumamcnl nnd llu 1 .lunior yirls ])I:icctl second ill their riu-n tourn.inK'lit. SlnrtinE lineup of *!v> .luninr girls will hiivi- Siiziinhc Jones', Paula Edward* nnd La Rue Booker good on plastic norm?: while good on topwalor lures u-ften schooling, early and laic Tough Week for College Hot Shots By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer The handwritins is on the wall for those college football hot shots- who think it may be an en.'i.v \vc_ckcnd. Previously undefeated and 10th- • ----- ---• ---i ranked Clemson Just 20-0 to South forwards whir Linda Whitflkrr. Carolina Thursday in their annual Bromla Faiilknc^antl Kathy Dnvid- j State Fair Game. .Clemson also "lost the Atlantic. Coast Conference lead to Wake Forost. which has a 2-0 'confprcnco record find meets North Carolina on Saturday,.Clemson is 3-1 in the ACC. The big game Sulurrfay is at Pittsburgh.; whore unbeaten and top-ranked Army.mets Pitt in a game regionally televised in tho .JS'ast. Pitt is a seven-point under-: Winless Porks Will Be Minus Key Players l-'AYETtEVlLLE. Art. ( Ar — Jhe winless Arkansas Ha?.orbacks leave today for Hot Springs alic n pro-game workout before collid ing' with undefeated Mississippi Mo one should ,be surprised if ,* loW'haheirtg cloud of gloom accompanied the bus that will carry the Porkers from Favettevlile to the resort city. i COach Frank Broyles declared after yesterday's practice session thnl his it-nm field at Little would Rock ohter the tomorrow "under tho worst sol of circumstances of any coached." son as guards. Other, members of the squad art- Kathy .lames. Sue Wnko. Joan Graham. Nancy Trcx- ler and Frances Thei,;. ! Senior girls starting forwards an- Juanita 'Dougnn. Janice Matthews. Barbara Faulkner and Lorraine Thcis. Senior guards are HiMiri'illa Arnc'tte, Josephine Thcis Carolyn Dougan, Polly Graham, Mary Graham, Jackie Cox and Rosic Otwcll. Senior boys squad members ar lames Cummings, Gilbert Dougai Gary Coffee. Michael Samuels Billy Faulkner, Bnbby Allen, Bob by Dougln, David Dougnn, Ronnie Cole and John Womtoie. The Schedule; Oct. 2-1 Bloomburg. Texns, Hero Nov. 4 Guernsey" Here Nov. 7 Spring Hill* Here Nov. 11 Spring Hill* There Nov. H Guernsey" There Nov. If) Bodcaw* Here Nov. 21 Willisville* There Nov. 25 Garland (7:00) IJoro Nov. 28 •.Bloomburg, There Dec. 2 Bodcaw" There Dec. 5 'Fouke Hero Deo. a Lane-burg There Dec, 12 Calc* There Dec, 1C 'Limeburg Hore Dec, 19 Fouke There Dec. 30 Chidester Here Jnn. 2 AViUisville* Here Jan. G Hope Here Jan, 9 'Blevins, Hore Jan. 13 .Hope, There Jan. 1(1 Calu* Hore Jan. 20 Bievins* There Jan. 23 Chidester, There Jan. 27 Garland* There ; 0 Denotes Jr," Gjrls games, ,f))pri{f with both Senior teams, Ernrript does not have a Junior buys team. clog bul faces an Army squad game I've ever of his first string player-! hove been hit by influenza. And center Bnrry Swllzcr of Cfosett nursing a shoulder injury, had to practice nt hnlf speed yesterday. End Bill Tranum of Vvlison and guard Bill Luptow of Parkin are in the Inflrmcry with flu. Pullback iDnnnic Stone, the third sufferer, is on his feet but watched yesterday's workout from the sidelines. "EVerylhlna is against us." Broyles lamented. He expressed concern over the probability that Ole Miss will be" especially fired up because of two conseculive JbsFes to Arkansas. The 'Pork'erS 'will practice tonight at the Hot ' Springs High School field nnd leave for Little Rock a few hours 'before kickoff Hope Star Classified! AB§ MUST SI IN OFFICE BAY BEFORE PUSUSATIQN — PHONI 7*3431 FQfc AD TAKER Nofice The schedule of SolUfiaf ^iiuus, as printed below,, has been takfefi from John Aldeh knight's Spjuriaf Tables. Plan your days 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 that each day has to otter. The Major Periods are shown Ifl joldface type. These begin at the iimes shown and last for ah hour and a half or two hours therei after. The Minor Periods, shown itt •cgular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Inturdny 3:45 9i4S 4:00 10110 iunday 4:30 10:30 4:<IS 10155 Monday 5:15 11:15 n:30 1H4d ^uesday 0:0011:55 Qjlg ,...._^ Vednes. 0:40 12:20 7:00 12145 'hursday 7:25 1:05 7:45 ilSO >iday 8:10 1:50 8:30 2:15 Saturday 8:55 2:35 9:15 3100 Sunday 9:40 3:20 10:00 3145 f JB ft* -We Sar.'Wi R.fil MALfcMATl! s. e. wiAWRtw A, P, Belofief, flowifd chiller, Salesmifl ffMi fiistsees GtiGtA> icct 562, fret EittiHate*. Loiret Have VM§ - Witi Female Help Wanted tWp waitresses, Apply in person", Diamond Cafe, Hope, Ark. STdMAGJB CO, BARtiAM Brothers House MoV« ers. Insured and free estimate, write Barham Brothers Gale, Arkansas. jji.j MO, Wofds Up" f6 IS 16 td 20 21 t6 55 26 fd 30 3! fa 35 One KtrftAL HOUSEWIVES Christmas Time . . . our Big Earning time! Avon Cosmetics has. two territories open for women who wish to earn. Insure you? Merry Christmas! ftepresenlalives needed for Redland Township (Mc» Caskill) and Saline Township (Co- T\ To 7s i'as lumbus). Car necessary, Write,46 to 56 I.sO Avon. Bos 377, Mot Springs, Ark Give directions to your home, . WANT AD RATES * All Wont Ads are poyob'd !fi advance bul acis will M -icteptc-J dvet fhe telephone and or.-omocla- fioH accounts allowed with thd utl- itetetohding th£ arcouht is pdydblS statSrnent is rendef&d. .60. .75 .90 ._ -. 1.05 36 »6 40 ).20 three boys .90 1.20 1.50 1.'80 2.10 5.40 2.70 3.00 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 ^.00 a.50 5.00 Ong MortfH 4.50 6.00 t.5.0 9.00 to.sif 12.0P 1350 15.00 NO hunting or trapping will be ai- lowed without a permit on my land in the old proving ground. This land is posted. W. 1. Stroud. 10-l*2mo. c Services Offered time tomorrow In the .enemy camp at Uni- .. Emmet home games, whop "'there which is minus slarlinK' fullback Harry Walters and whose star halfback Pule Dawkins is badly limited by a severe charloy horse. The Lambert Trophy, which goes to the Eastern champion, hangs in the balance. In tho Big Ten, second-ranked Ohio Stale, undefeated in four games, meets once-beaten Wisconsin, while undefeated Northwest-' em (No. 8) plajs 'ninth-ranked [owa (3-0-1). A victory for Northwestern and a loss by Ohio Stale wo.uk! give the Wildcats a cpm- 3-0 conference record! The Southwest has its key game when fourlh-ratrd Texas travels io nice. Rico is 2-0 in the conference, tied with idle Texas Cliris- Ijnn (No. 10), while Texas is undefeated in five Barnes and 1-0 in canlerence play, .Third-ranked Louisiana Stale iNo, 31, with a possible "Southeast Conference title game next week igainst sixth-ranked Mississippi moots ever-dangerous Florida in in SEC ga.me, w hllo tho Rebels piny winless Arkansas in a non- conference till. Auburn (No, 51 goes after a now hi'ae-time shutout victim. Two-Big Eight gameg pit ninth- . versity, Mi.ss. 4 things appeared bright yesterday. The Rebels worked full-spaed on kicking and punt returns and reviewed the week's drill session \yith an' eye to breaking that Arkansas ''''JJnx. Mississippi boastx a. o-Ci record. 'Its just the reverse for the Razorbacks. A 38-man Olo Miss squad will lenye by plane this aflerhppn and work out 'briefly in War MemQrial Stadium after the arrival at Little llqck. ..... Coach Johnny Vpught named left tackles Rudolph Smith of Philadelphia and Hqnson Clnu'ch- well of Lucedale as cq-cap.ta.ins for the clash. The Negrq Community Esther Hicks Phone- 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day The power of little things has so often been noted that we accept it as an axiom, and yet fail to see, in each beginning, the possibility of great events — F. .P. Edwards. LET ui renovat* your old mattress. We specialize in preisuri- ted innerspring. COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 Weii 4th, Phone 7-2623 RALPH Montgomery Market, custom .slaughtering. We ha.ye meat for your deep freeze. See us before buying. i7-tf SINGER SEWING 'MACHINE CO. Sales arid"Service, "513"East 3rd. L. E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695. 5-14-tf MAIDS, A-l New York Homes. Live-in. To $220 monthly. Free room and boat-el; fare advanced. Write (3em Agency, 35 Lincoln, Hoslyn Heights, N. Y. 24-1-IJJ Help Wonted MEN-WOMEN $20 Daily, sell inous nameplates. Write Reeves Co., Atlleboro, Mass. 3-lm*p WANTED AT ONOE. Man or vyo/ man to supply Rawleigh House'" hold necessities to consumers in S. ttempslead ' County or Hope. Full or part time. For details Without obligation see Corwin Crow, Rt. 1, Box 30, Nashville,' Ark. or Write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKJ-G41-271, Memphis, Tenn. • 6-tf ranked Oklnhoma against Kfmsas Calencad of Events The Community Club will sponsor a chili supper and wiener roast at 907 North Dewey Street, Saturday, Oct. 25. The public is invited. Mrs. Snow A. Norwood, president. Mrs. Lena Tyus, Worthy M'atron of Zorah Chapter No. 4, OES is calling a special meeting, Tuesday Oct. 28 at 715 South Spruce St., Purpose of the meeting is to confer the Amaranth Degree upon all FOR a complete line of pumps. water wells or work overs. Call O. ,T. Clark. 711 E. 6th. Phone , 7-4364. 26-1-mo-p Instruction BEGINNING Lessons. in oil painting and pastels. Interested persons may contact Fi-eddie Jones. 514 East Third Street,' or call 72732. ri ' 23-tf ire 3 g.imes to be played, will tart nt C;30 p.jri. . — T -- „,. T v . , .,,, HJJMJU^I, +v jijiaun -»^-* ».n\_ Jiiijciltiilllt AJllg J Uv LI LJ State, while 12th-ratcd Cqlqrpcjo i,; applicants. Fish will be sold. a four touchdown choice over Nc- - bl jj, ska - . . World War Veterans. Barracks The Midwest regional TV game 558, will meet Sunday at the Corn- win stroa.k Mg«uns| ^ Wfnry]and, a | munity Center. All veterans are Dp me- (Np, ... homecoming day, Seventeenth - ranked „.„ Tepli, raring to go after tieing Auburn last week, invades Dallas' Cotton Bowl to play Southern (No. 15) nt Notre asked to meet to discuss some very H) in the Irjsh's important matters, Lee Tyus nn- Opportunities Offered nounced. Georgia p, "m. The meet js. sot for 2 V.HI.I-VII m-nvi LU (Jtay ouijincrn . Methodist, while Navy (No. 13) A/'frrmC':tc Ff\f\ihnl1 travels to Philadoluhia to monl MrKO " i " 5 'OOlDUll Pcnn. The Capbyara,, Nyhjch looks WLich like a guiiien pig but grqsys By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS >Little Rock Central at El Dorado a I Forl Smith at to be as bio ns n frup nicr io thn (Jonesboro at Blytheville woild-s la f.st 2nJ™« Pgl " thG Little Hock Hall nl Bonton { t Lei your eyos Jin gar ot'or ' Hero's the ca.r that's definitely new in a decidedly • flSll*M>*/.skf*^..» /* u ,. ,-. I . /'•_. _I /I! n*r\nrt»-, i ,,. n ., flM. .. J frt /"it ' i i. . . tltc r v* * o >•* * ~ s ,,_,— -. ^. T — ~» T t v^dt^vw viv-i^^iv^iy iiw^i ^^^ f\ ^4uvj<4.cvn.y I" rule t'ti fresh, finely Different w«y, Tho '59 Chevy js shaped to the new v<i ^caiiiinirs,, Jfelfw. iff- A merjenii tijsle witli new Slimline design, Jt things •UQinincss of Us elegant y °y, ! } . roo '" ier Body by Fisher, vast jie\v areas of iniorlar. not* ihn n.v, - V1S1 ^W>'' There's ft new Maslo-Mlrrpr Antah t-hat i?nt>rlar, I&L-ilia cv ' needs no wasing or polishing for up tp'three years, Stiiootlier rido. At your Chevrolet dealer's right now | America gets'in a > Worth Little Rock n tConway Pino Bluff at Camclen Joplin, Mo. at FaypltevHlo Harrison at Rogers Bentonville at Springctolo Subiaco at Van Huron Helena "at Stuttgart . Newport at- West Memphis kittle Rock Catholic at Morj-ilton Malvorn at J.icksonville ?Iebor' Springs at Mabelvale ' Clarksvillo n\ Russellville Arkadelphia nt Crossott Hope at Magnolia Smac)?oyer at De Queen Mountain HOI^TO at Siloam Springs at J- Grnvottp at Gentry iMountain Home at Prairie Grove West Fork nj. "Decntin- Greenland pt Pinev'llp. Mo, Lincoln at JS T oel,< Mo, Bpld Knob at' Harding Augusta at Beeb'p JYIeCrovy at Batesvillp Des Arc fit Se^icy Walnut Ridge at Ppragon]d 'Corning nt Osceola Pocahontas at Harri^pnvg Piggott x nt^* Markpd TCP? 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 extra long commission paid at time of sale, 25% renewals, free hospitalization, free retirement plan and many other benefits, Even better contacts for people with supervisory evoer- icnce and proven sales ability, Aae no barrier if over 2t and a willing worker. Now is the time to make the decision to build a future for yourself. For personal interview see Mr, Poynter — Hotel Barlow Wed. or Thursday night 7 to 9 P, M. or Thurs- pi- Friday morning 8 to 10 - 22-3tc 2 MEN or families to work on farm and live on farm later. Monthly pay. See J. 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 intelligent man or woman with a pleasing personality and good appearance. Prefer one with experience 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 104, Samps, Ark. or phone LE- nox 3-4502. . 23-3te CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 tlrne f 80c pet Inch 3 times 65c per inch 6 times S5c per inch Rates quoted above are fbf consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip dafd ads will take Ihe one-day fdie. All doily classified advertising copy Will ^ be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following ddy. The publisher reserves, the right lo ? revise or edit all advestisemenfs of fered for publiratjon and to reject any objeclionablp adverlising sub- rn,iltec|. Initials of one or more letters, grdijps of figures, such as house of telephone numbers count os-one word. The Hope -Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and Ihdn for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431. Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published evcrv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Ajex. H, \Vashburn, Socy-Tres. or The .Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas ' Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Oonol Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Mech, Supt. For Sol* I^Jaivie at 1 Munford, Tenn, 'at' Lepanto t Boonevjljo | Hertford ati PfiVflflnelle JMena at Mansfield, at Paris .„.,..,, at Qabot ' Charleston Pt RanvUle Bryant at -' ' ' PlMlton at England E,. v . ,_ . Magnet Coye at" Penf §cl)opj Pavifilte at Sioviclan Pnrjisle a.t Hot Springs'- Qlftrendon at B.i'ink,|gy. ' ftjsriaona g.t Pe" Witt - Savton at 'Holly QI'QYO j|t. pharlg^ fit Do y^js at at io, at v w fll LOCAL trqilors, Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or NigJU- 7-9955,,' , 8-lmoc 4 ROOM 1 unfurnished house at 112 West 18 St.-See owner at Campbell's Florist on Rosston Highway. Phpne 'podcaw 9-2374, - . 21-Blo ALUMINUM screens, doors, storm windows, weather - stripping, insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Pbone V-5867. „_ 9-tf HOUSE TO Blil-MOVED For sale by bid, 422 West Third Street, Hope, Ark, Raymond Byers Phone 7-2956. 13-1-m-p 1050 RTUDEBAKER pickup, Cattle bed, heater, clean and in good condition, Phone 7-2204 or 7-4011, 29-tf Entered .as second class' matter at . the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, ' under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rnta; (payable In aclvan^o) By carrier In Hope and neighb-jrlna towns — Per week ..., s .30 Per year 1 i 60 By mail in Hcmostoad, NovoiHo, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Cnun- One month . Three months Six months One yeor AH other mall — One rrionfh , ........,,, Three months Six months One year . . $ .85 1.85 3.SO 6,50 1.30 3.90 7.80 15,60 MIXED HAY — Lespeclesia and grass. 35c and 40c nt barn. J. W, Strickland, 7-3731, 3tf NSURANCE, Fire, Tornado, Auto- mibile, Liability with the Hartford Five Insurance Company Company group of slock compan ies, ARE YOU FULLY COVERED? Call Jim Cole, Hope- Insurance Agency. 18-12tc 3 ROOMS and bath apartments furnished and unfurnished. Three blocks from 13113111688 district. Franklin Company. A, P. Dclony Manager, Howard Collier, salesman, , 22-3tc room house. $J,000, A good buy to rebuild or move, Joha W. Webb, Oxan, Ark, 21-lrn-p ONE bedroom house, Clea.n,.'mod- ern, near town, Good neighbor* JlPPd- Water ppid. Settje'd 'oau'ple Preferred, 7*2017. , 23-3tc For Sale or Trade 8 Acres, Hope edge, modern 4 room furnished. $0,000 — •'$2;500 down payment, BaJancp like "rent, 196 acres, good stand of pjne, some logs and pulp wood for mark* et. $10,000. Terms.' .Stj-out Realty Agency, 620 West'07 Highway. 21-1-m-c Not'l Advertising Representative's: Arkansas Dailies,. Inc., 1602 Sferirk Bids', Memphis'2, Tenn; 505 ^-3x05 Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; ?60 N Michiaan Ave., Chlraao 1, III.; 60 F, 42nd St., NPW York 17, N. Y.,- 1763 Penobscor Bldg., Delrolt 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahomo City 2, Okla, | Member of The Awoclatcd Press; The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for repiibllcation, of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. ' Room and Board ROOM AND BOARD FOR room snd board, cooking at Jts best,- with clean comfortably TOPmV with ijinerspring mpttress* 1 ' es, sttip YWWJation. Snyker Rote), 23-1 MO, 1P55 FOR'pr 4J,OOG miles. One of the cleanest '55 models in Haps. Ne>y tjres, battery, brpkes, and shocks. $095,00 Roy Cagje. Phone pp 7,0900, • 0?-( 'INVESTORS attention, investigate thjs." We have n Uptown D.uplejj in perfect condition, 4 rooms nnd 'bath ,each side. Dovvb^e gcii-age. Bents paying IP per pent oj),iiv vcsijtient. Franklin qomrwny, Phone 7--J667. A. p. Pelony, Man Ager. Howard. QaHie^ Funerol Directors . Service Burial Asspciatipn fUNSRAlH HO|VJp; PR 7.g!?3 ' '* Sports in Bri@f about '. HaJ RppJje bs}}e\'j?'s (he wQcU mi, Tfts-ttsU was :i FORJ9, 37,90^) jrijjes, CaJJ Prospect 7- different, dayji'lies "for ?1.5Q this wepl? anc| • )je.xt, The Art)uir Gray Flower f Avitoroatjc washer, mo S»^ gas heaters," 8 ysecl cloov QoU Wade Wwi-ep, phpn? 7^54 ' - . ' , l \ 2*>3tp JS»uW ft 'Ulflg^' ^a'r W/ * i *j*H*«i4....a ( « s^yfejirJ^suthvtofilch^r^t'^jS'r'' •' ' •.'••'.'..''''• '' li^ti^ir^**^' •™j™*r^^ '' liwiPS^^iteau -' . , j' 3 UU'pftii thfl t imeJi 3PW^ psw|W pa a line h^we 1 osi" %),'», JWjguj'egl j n I oei, fl&Tljl? Spjd. he w$% gojpa tp hgyg- ? |ijh njoiyiled,, , , ", £„ .am,,—^ . . Jlk , ,,,,,., ' », J JQQ y*ptt post , Ui? %&-< tl)tt)U()$ltf J/. yf^-'f'^'^/^^&mt-t&s*' WANTED TO BUY Pine Pglpwooo p/'Truck w Cut in VYoocfg or' otherwise, HAROI,P HENDRIX Phone PR 7-4321 • wh §. kpuigiana, Hope, Ark, - MATTRI&fS RtbuHt 9f-Ma«ij lnt» lnnsr« wring, Wafls Sunrantft4. '"'»'"• "" I6t, Herndon-Cprneliuj B - >LJ —.on^Byrtal Ambulance Scrvict

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