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Pag§ MOM S T A I, M 0 1 M , ARKANSAS ? 1f 51 Only 4 Major tei- 'College Teams ; Still Unbeaten L *By 60 CORHIGAN A§i66iSled Prfess Sports Writer t Orit.V folir major rnllesr foolbnll « team's fp'mnlried in ibe nndr-fr-nlml- tiMlnlidt) fcliarmed circle tndav niul $ at Ida's! one of (hem irusl he P 1 -! ' jjelle'd this week 'LoliisihnS State incl Mississippi both .boasting r>rour! ruo reenHK „ meet Saturday hlnhl in Jlnuge, Ln.. Ihe <rnm Hint this filie shotiltl sn oh In Ifif en?tern CotiferMirf cl nhcl the host spot In the Bow). Of ihf hlhfr two unbnnltMi-un- tlod.s— ftntgVrs and rnl< infln—<ho Srnrfet from the brinks of Men- tTni-sHy's Unl'Mnh livei. appeal 1 : 1(5, hnve a f-elfHivelv nnsy assic»;- "iritstit against tJelnware. "Colorado lias n mighty rrttifih ns. pjgntnonl. The Biiff^ plnv r/kl-i- , hotna, the perennial kingpin of (ho Bit; 8. But the Sooncrs me hum-in Ibis ydnr flhev lost In Trxni, 1"> 14 , find the Buffs luivc ns uoorl n club as they've produced in n lohu time. Should TjStT nnd Olo Miss Imp- pen (o tilny n tie nnrl Oklahoma beats Colorado Hint would lt>nve * Rutgers in n c\i\fs hv it'clf ns the / only tmbenten-iintifd mijor lr>;.m In Ihe nation ii", • • Both LSU and Missi.ssmci lint! .close squeaks Snturdnv The B;i- you Bombers licked tough Flori- '"Cja, 10-7, while Ole Miss bin;olv turned back winless Arkansas. 1-t- ,32, ;Bill. their (roubles were nothintf (compared to Army's nnd Ohio Stale's, the Nos. 1 nnd 2 teams In last vwpolc's Associiited Pi ess poll 14. Tlie Cadets could do nothing bet- J?, ter 'than n 14-14 tie with 1'iit in :i Lv 1 game thai wns ndvcrtiscrl ns dot* ~ ctclinR the Fash rn championship. ¥?'* while Ohio Stntt- vountl up in n |a • 7-7 deadlock nuainsl Wisconsin |jy r 'Then there were Ihe sad eases &;' of Toxns and Noi thu'o.'ferii. tjJv,, Tho Lonfihorns. on tho hasls of Ms**.' Ihclr victory ovrr Oklahomn, wei o 5 y ^ in.stnlled :is solid choices to win ifh't the.'Southwest Conference title Tn- s%, stead, Hice sidetracked them em- j&T"- phntieallv, 34-7. E, 1 -, 'Northwestern, which couldn'l f|Jj'' win a came Insl venr, hnd pol-' f'jSJ ished off four straight rivals nnd } the rest of tho Bit' 10 was begin' 'nlnp to sil up nnd Inke notirc. But 1 'once-tied Iowa burst the bubble. 2R-20. nnd now is in undisputed 1 'possession of first place in the K league. •Armv plays Colcale Iliis tf'ock , find Ohio Slate is at Northwestern S Texas ,cfiilld ( be in for another Kj rmj^ly» atl/'iiioon ngninsl pass^ i.tcrljiK'iSontm'i n Methodist. %-t ^''There "arc only two other major *&*' schools ihiil are unbeaten but jpv "hq've been lied, They are Auburn, fe", Inst year's national chnmpion, I*. • which halted Maryland, 20-7, Sat- jT".- in-day nnd still has an outside Stars §ait;rfJay'ii fHr! Pill Aus-lin, ftultjeris ^- Scored Ihrrr lMufbdo\vn?, passed fro txvrt nlhors in 44-13 vitttfiy ovpr t,r> hi i h Fn-rl Sington, Alabama — 22-vnirl fiPlcl ;oal which Aliibjimn !)-7 fipsot vic'lnry Mt'JM'isippi Stale. Bill Crank. Kansas — Scored triiu-hrUmn. I'.-d snltl-T allaclc passes in r*itj and li-t-f) Passed inln coptffl throe 1 iippcl "t Tulano. ! Hnivly Duliran. Iowa fur tlirr'r lolichdovVriFi 14 of Ifi for 174 yards ifi beating Noillnvpstrr-n 2fi'20. Bub ,lnru«, Pufdne — Scored Ihrr" tnnrhUowiis in 20-22 vldoiy over Notre flame. .liiek Cnrnmln^s, North Gnrn. Una- Threw two tonehrjown ttns- ses, pared attaek In 20 > fwin rvtr Wake Forest. Tommy Havis. tjoiiiKinhft Slate — Kiekefi in • yard field goal in final three .minutes fof JO-7 vieloiy over f'lnrlda. Bill face. Stanford—ScordH on 21 yard run. kicked three extra points in 21-19 win over UCLA. Joe Kapp. California — ftan ?I2 yards for one touchdown, pliihged olic ynrtl for .second, led Hvfl other drives in 2,1-0 victory over Ore- Ken. Btiskeiball National Bnsketh.ill Assn. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday Results ' New York 100, Philadelphia 04 ot Minneapolis 108. Detroit 100 Saturday Results New York 127, Boston 125 Philadelphia HO. Syracuse; 109 'Deli-oil 117. SI, Louis 112 Cincinnati 110. Minneapolis 94 ' Football Saturday' Late Football Scores By tHE ASSOCIATED PRESS SOUTHWEST Rice :M, Texas 7 Texas A—M 33. Baylor 27 Harding-Simmons 13, Wichita G Idaho 2-1, Arizona 1G SOUTH LSU 10, Florida 7 Citadel 24, Furmrin 6 Memphis Slate 22, Chattanooga 7 Tampa 18, Presbyterian 6 /MIDWEST yonngstown 14, Easlerh Kentucky n N.D. State 33, S.D. Stale 20 North Dakota 14, Tpwrt FAR WEST San Jose Stale 27, Oenver 7 EAST ' Scrahlon G, Temple 0 chance ot winning (he Southeastern Conference; title, arid the. Air.Forcff'A'eadcmy. ThfjJFUy Boys shaded Utah, 16-14, Saturday, All is chaos in the Pacific Coast Conference with California. I/ the Bears set by Oregion Stale (his week, they could wind up in this Rose Bowl, Dodd Lashes Out Against Some Coaches font wottftf. t"x <AP> -Bobby Dodd. nut spoken ennch nf Georgia Tech. soys font-lies liks Mud Wilkinson «f Oklahoma aw! Knlpll ilorrlnn of Aviburn know whnt Hip nhitnni \vfrc cluing Id get Iheir tennis in Inmhlo with the NCAA, '• He also sn.vs the eonrhes of ilv stititUons thnt have br-fii plnei'd t<n probation should be innliyibl? for nnj- nnd nil honors. Me de?lriri\s Ihril the Football Conches Assn. Is falling In do :i good job of denning up thr pro fession beer-use ils ethics committee "cnn't or won't publicly spank its meftibers who have beet) caught breaking tho rule's." These were among Hip caustic thoughts Dodd left behind him When ho tok his Or-m-gln Tech foOlbsill tonm biirU In All.mln following its' 20-0 dffenl by Southern Methodist at Dallas. HP gave them to Flcm Ilnll. sports director of the Fort Worth Shir-Telegram, who carried them in hi<t column todtiy. Jfnll tjmifett Dodd us w;tn!lng both the football corichus nnd tho football writers of the country to lake fl firmer sl;ind mjninsl vlnln- lions of rules of both play nnd the NCAA. "'flit 1 h'ontl conch is jh'e rri.in responsible for violations nnd no one else," Dodd dec-lured. "There has been an efforl to shift to blame to the presidents but that's not right. The president is to busy with bigger thing. 0 to keep up with than with what I'm doing on my recruiting program. The head conch knows what's going on among the alumni, too. nnd can control it if he really wants tb." Declaring that Wilkinson know wH'nt his alumni was doing when their actions got Oklahoma In trouble with the NCAA a few years ago and that Jordan knew whnt was. happening when Auburn was "caught four times and now is under a fresh 3-year bnn," Doclrl naid c was disappointed that some Texas paper defended Paul Bryant when he was at Tej?ns A&M College during the time the Agples were placed on probation,, "Why, one Dallas paper wertf so far as to suggest that Bryant's methods were right and the other coaches were silly for not doing Porkers Battle Rebels Tough But Lose 14-12 By HAHOID V. HATUPP As^aelatea Pt-et.6 Sparts wfit«c tllto lead* and is in ,1 rn(j<>{ favorable posiliori to win IHe gotilh- 1 vVfKl Cotlferehce football ehampioli- ship its set-ond year in a row but it Would require a Wild gomblec indeed It) make book on It. This is the place where tipsets are the rule and anything orthodox is viewed with suspicion. » It. Hope Star Classified Ads A&I MUST §E IN emee BAV smut PugLfCAti©N — PHONE y«343i tw< AD TAKIR Yerger Takes It Again by 36»0 Score Thf luckless Verger Tigers last ed dffeat again Friday night a the hands of Jones fligh of Litll Rock bv a 30 to 0 score. Terser held (he visitors score less in the opening quarter. Jn the final three minutes of the seconc the same uoled. thing, " Dodd was STREET NAMES LOV1S, N. M. (ff*) — Cannon Air Force Base is keeping alive a particular historical period with its street names. Streets are named for major tactical air battles or missions din-ing World War II, such as "Little Boy" — code name for the atom bomb droppsed : on Hiroshima — and "Crossbow" ^~ referring to a Gorman long-ra'nge weapons program nnd to allied counterineasures. ± HOPE STAR MAjL-IN CLASSIFIED AD ORDER The 'Quick and Inexpensive Way To Do Business INSTRUCTIONS: Put your Classified Ad Words in Squares Below , . . one word to the square, Put" the number of days you want your Ad to run in square at bottom. Then figure your cost. EXAMPLE: 1 5 words runs 3 days . , 90c — 6 days ,, 1 .50 No, ef, Payi Ad Is To Ryh 0QXNQ , pH0N| £4- '-Slip ond Mail Check Cc?sh Mpney Qrder . 's How You Figure Your Total Cost,., 6 Time? One Month Up |Q 1§ wo/45 - 4 16 to 2Q in Ihp nnlioh. undofentrd. tihlifd and b.iskiha in the glof.v ,"bf a cotiqUcsf of Oklahoma, was to play Rice an outfit that almost .'go't run out of the park by Louisiana State arid Ptfrdti". ftife whipped Tekas from here Its yonder, lashing the f.nhsriarns '.'A-1 for the most one-Sided Owl In the history of (ho long i if i :> T~ qu.ini-1 "if vjsjiin^ Ljjuje noci ^ , , 4 ; t ^ n l ! team scored from 38 yards out sbrlcs. Down at WaPo Bnylor, in crinfcrencc play and re.-illy on (lie move, wilii (he league's top runner and passer, was to play Texas A&M. a team that had lost three out of five and had taken a 2<I-B drubbing just the week 'before from TeSas Christinn. So, Texns A&M put on a 20- point splurge In the last quarter lo beat the Boars 33-27. Now evbrybody is still In the rnce except Arkansas, which has dropped four conference games nnd cnn't possibly catch up, bui nice has a 3-0 record and gets two of its remaining conference foes at home—Texas A&M' and Christian. Texas Christinn is the only other undefeated team in con .Terence play and It might be the big one when TCU and Rice meet. Except that TOU must play angry Baylor at Fort Worth Saturday. Southern Methodist s h o|\v e d symptoms of gaining the power It was supposed to have in a 20-0 victory over Georgia Tech and the Methodists can climb solidly back into the race Saturday if they beat Texas at Austin. Incidetalp, a defeat would just about kfiock Texas out of contention. It would clo (he same for SMU. Texas A&M, which can't afford to lose another, plays Arkansas nt College Station Saturday night. In view of Arkansas' tine showing against Missippi last week, when the RazoribackS'*gave the mighty rebels a grcat'battlc down to the wire before losing 14-i2, AffiM doesn't feel to secure. Rice is idle this week preparing for its big intersecUonal game Army Nov. 8, The Owls probably will be, thinking 'morn about Texas A&M though. The Aggies are Rice's next conference foes. Southwest Conference Standing Conference WIT pet, Pts, OP 390 1.000 71 14 200 1.000 36 15 1 1 0 ,500 31 40 1 1 0 ,(500 39 33 110- ,500 HI 51 Rice RCU Texas Baylor Teas AIM SMU Arkansas Shortly after a Hope back ws caught in the end zone for a safelj and the visitors came right back to score another touchdown for a 16 to 0 hnlflimc lead. In the third period the visitors again marched 38 yards to score using six plays. Hope fumbled ol the 2"> and the visitors were ot their way again, making the score 29 to 0. Again in the final perioc the ./ones' backs pushed/across t'oi the lit! to 0 score and ha'ncicd Yel gcr its sixth straight' loss of the season. Yerger players included Prater Scott. Criner, Reed, Mc'Paclcleil Edwards, Deo, (McPherson. Wither spoon, Brandon, Warren, Duffle Knox and Turner. 0 1 .000 7 13 040 ,00 0 13 72 Rice TCU Teas Baylor Texas SMU Arkansas All W 1 L Pet. Pts. OP 420 .607 107 71 .... 4 1 0 .800 104 32 510 .833 92 8!) 330 ,500 94 7,') A&M 330 '.500- 88 115 230 ,400 - 85 09 0 G 0 .000 39 113 Brown Leads Browns Over Cardinals * • p ' « -."> f By -MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Jimniy ( Brown is mortal, But not by much. The sensational Cleveland full-* back, threatening to send pppos ing linemen to their nearest psy- choannlyst, is well on his way IP establishing a host of new Natjon : al Football League offensive ren- | ords, Equally proficient at racing out side or bangjng away inside, Brown scored four touchdowns Sunday as the Browns Chicago's Cardinals 38'?4. Browns lead Uje Pastern with a 5-Q vecor4, The 22-year-pld former America fj-pm gyraouso versjty made distinct headway io Iheso departmeritgi }. Most yards gained one sea? son — Brown ihas amassed SJ3 yards, 1^0 Jn 2,4 trios Sunciny. jt scrms , almost certain he will A1U break Steve Van Burpn's mavis of 1.140 set In 1P49 \\-jth fhiJadeJphJB- 2. ijost touphdpwns one season —Brown now has !1 6n}y four shy of Van Buren's, 194,5 • • • " 3. lyjost point? ,011$ _..,is furthest from Brawn's „,„.,,.. Ihe Cleyelan4 spphornove ha,s 64 uoinls. Tho record is }38, set " Don Hntsojj of Green J?av irt Brown wil lhayejo aYSvage ^^ rF to i\vo TOs a, game lo bps* HvitfO.ru U>q, Svea.1 en_4 \y,tip v aJSQ- Qreeii Pay's goriyersip^s, '•''Wjl{Jo provvr^ wgs sivo r li|\es covyer, ^5 ny Unitas vvois do\ng the secojid,ary, '" Jjpuchd,pwn pa,ssp^ only other «O^Pft., .. jjj froiit 'in, ill? sa,nw wit}} * £W%<U9 *fl»Sl«it«i W1%'Wf*i ^1 -'P^ f 19 ^^^'"'^ - * {^k'^?'%-t ; ^;|^;/1:y^.A'U^f Halas Arouses West Coqst Grid Fans By JACK STEVENSON ;„ Associated Press Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Papa Bear George Halas arouses an! mosity among West Coast pro football adherents on a week to week basis. In the latest episode, aii Infuriated San Francisco 49er fan tossnc a punch at him during halftime Sunday and landed in jail. That made three straight Sun. days that the fi8-year-old ownei and coach of the Chicago elub has become an object of acrimony— first when the 49ers lost In Chi cago, then when Los Angeles los there and finally as the Bears wor here. Three weeks ago San Francisco Coach Frank Albert charged Hal as influenced the_ officiating as the 49ers lost 28-fi. Then ah assistan Ram coach declared someone was tapping his telephone conversation to tlie Los Angeles bench And there were general com plaints that Halas .strayed out of the,, coaching confine's* Vetween -.the 40-'xa*rd lines. ' « ., ,:.':-' With! thai 'background Hie crowr of 59,441 in Kear Stadium flexed its vocal muscles with mighty boo? as Halas and his Bears took the field. -The noise became crescendo in ,he second quarter with the Bear. 6 leading 17-7. Referee Ron Gibbs signaled that 49er Leo 'Nomellini recovered* a' fumble by Chicago's Willie Galimore al the San Francisco 24. Backt'ield Judge George Smith overruled, saying he had blown his whistle enclin" the play before the fumble, Aftor a huddle, watched closely -^bv _ a gesturing Halas at the sideline,' tho officials awarded the ball to Chicago, For six minutes the howls of aneuish drowned out even the public address svstem. At the intermission, Albert, Halas and some players conferred with officials at midfjeld, As the session broke up, some fans swarmed onto tho field and orje swung at Halas. Albert pulled the fan away and assistant Chicago coaches threw, rninphcs at tho assailant before ppiie"e*J?b,oJ?ecThlm nn a charge of bAtter.v^Jlp was identified ns 33-vear-bJd William punn of Polo Alto, : Cy]i£. Booing continued throughout (he game, won by tho Boars 27-14 as they staved in second place of tho NFL Western Conference, In the dressing moms. 41m' President Vic Movabito anrl Al- apolog!7cd lo Hnlas who re* plied! "You can't hplp that," fjext stop fo rthe Boars and Mr, jlplas—tlie Memorial Coliseum in L-os Angeles for a game with the on Sunday, moved into second place in t|)o east with a 37-B triumph pver Pittsburgh; defending champion Petroil won its first J game of the season, 4. 1-24. over Los Angelas. and pr'pen Bay outlnsU'd Philadel^ jf( 3,8-35, Bro\vn scored on dashes of t>2. 4J V 7 and 2 yards, Hi? second and quarter, coming in Ilio third enabled Cleveland to pvereomp a -2447 Cardinal lead. ' lug McH&n's and 'signal-calling. gyowna* only other -touchdown was prP4ypi?cl by rookie Lerov scampered, )0? >'n»'4s wUH n scprjrjg fait Ray perry with his asses for t? and. 48 yards J'eporrl prowd P/ S4,40H: Leny Lyles, thp speedy Co]t rook' maji? bis se<?ond end jme-lu p,ne .4i(5h as, J\e Jug§ed p}f JOi yfrda, - i|eavs wo;; ,a. rpugh the 4 itaWB - 9t • -Wl* 1 ' by a fan, \yilHo ejlfopip. &? "6P4 v f A«^: b »* SSfS.'ori "twtpa. first on a 20-vai-d mm "jvi?6» -t( r »t'% *. |frHi«! Nofiee WE fitly * Ws &H > Wf iUflf REAL JSSfAM R. t). IrftAtfKLIN eOMPAlf A, P. 0«idfief, Mifi&gef Gdilief, gal*sffllfl L6H| 01Stfifie« leet $63, fttt Kittoatei, Have Vafli — WiU f t avel fitANSffiS ft CO, IS-tt BAflMAM Srothers Mouse Movers. Insured and free estimate. Wrife SarhaM Brothers Gale, Arkansas. 21-1 Mo. NO hunting or trapping will be allowed without a permit on my land in Ihe old proving ground. This land is posted. W. 1. Stroud 10-l-2mo. c For Sale or Trade 1955 FORD. 41,000 miles. One of the cleanest '55 models in Hope. Now tires, battery, brakes, and shocks. $995.00 Roy Cagle. Phone 7-6748 or 7-9900. 22-6tp Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Burial Association OAKCREST FtTNiERAL HOME Dial PR 7-2123 20-lm-c The schedule of Solunar Periods, as printed below, has been taken from John Alden Knight's Solunar 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 offer. The Major Periods are shown in boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two Hours thereafter, The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are ol somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Female Help Wanted TWO waitresses. Apply ih person, Diamond dafe, Kobe, Ark. 184f Help Wanted $20 Daily, sell Lufft inolis fiameplales. Write ficevesl Co., Attleboro, Mass. 3'lhi*p" WANTEt) AT ONOB. MaH or Wo« man to supply fiawleigh house' hold necessities to consumers irt S. ttempstead County or Mdpe. Full or part time, For details without obligation see Cbr\vin Crow, Rt. 1." Bo* 30, Nashville, Ark. or write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKJ-641-271, Memphis, Term, MCHANIC wantedi Must be sober Apply in person. Lynn Watson, Service Manager. Ozan Motor Company. 1324 Texas Ave., Te^i* arkana. Texas. 27-3tc. For SoU ALUMINUM screens, doors, storm windbws, weather - stripping, In* •"stilatipn, roofing, awnings, gut- .terlng, ornamental railing. Free ' eslimates. Andy Andrews, Phone 7-5867. 9-tf HOUSE TO BE MOVED For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street. Hope, Ark. Raymond Byers Phone 7-29S6. 13-1-m-p WANT AD RATES All Want AJs ore poyaVo !n A advance but, ads will b6 accepted over the lefepHone and ar-tbrtiodd- tlbn dccouhts allowed wifh the uri- tle.*fst6hdiho th* account is payable Whefl stafSrnent is rendered. Wufhbe? One Three , Six 6rt8 Bf Words Day bdys Days Mbnfh Upi fa IS .45 .90 1.50 4.50 16 t6 20 .60. 1.20 2.00 S.OS l\ tb 25 .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 26 to 30 .90 1.?0 3.00 9.00 31 to 35 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.5 36 tb 40 1.20 2.46 4.00 12.00 4} lo 45 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 46 tb SO 1.50 300 5.00 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 80c per Inch 3 limes : 65c per Inch . 6 times 55c per inch Rales quoted above are fof consecutive Insertions. Irregular of skip date ads will take the one-day fate. All daily 1 classified advortisihej copy will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication Ihc following day. the publisher reserves thu fight (b fevlse or edit all advestisements of fefed far publication and to reject ^ any objectionable advertising sub- W rhitted. Initials of one of more letters, groups of figures, such as house »or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors |n Want Ads unless errors ore called to out attention after hRST Inserllon of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 1950 STUDE'BAKE'R pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7-4011 29-t MIXED HAY — Lespedesia and grass. 35c and 40c at barn. J W. Strickland. 7-3731. 3tf INSURANCE. Fire, Tornado, Auto mibile, Liability with the Hart ford Fire Insurance Company Company group of stock companies. ARE YOU FULLY COVER ED? Call Jim Cole, Hope Insurance Agency. 18-12tc FIVE room house. $1,000. A good buy to rebuild or move. Joh^ W Webb, Ozan,-Ark. ' 21-lm-p 8 Acres, Hope edge, modern ' room furnished. $6,000 — $2,500 down payment. Balance like rent 196 acres, good stand of pine, some logs and pulpwood for market. $10,000. Terms. Strout- Realty Agency. 620 West 67 Highway. 21-1-m-c Monday Tuesday Wednes. Thursday Friday v Saturday Sunday'- > 5:15 11:15 6:00 11:55 6:40 12:20 7:25 1:05 8:10 1:50 •8:55,. 2:35 '9;40, 3:20 H: 30 11:40 6:15 7:00 12:45 7:45 1:30 8:30 2:15 9:15 3:00 10:00 3:45 The Negro Community Esther Hicks Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day We love ourselves notwithstanding our faults and we oughl to love our friends in like manner — Cyrus, Calendar of Events 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 con for the Amaranth Degree upon all applicants, Pish will be sold, 4-H Clubs Elept Officers The 4-H Club of Douglas High School met Tuesday, Oct. 23, with Vliss E, L. Ford and Cayce Smith, lounty Agents presiding. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows; President Freddie' Mercer; vice president, !|iry J. Williams; secretary, Em,,.\ Jackson; Assistant secretary. S r ancy Ann Muldrow; song loadpr, Jackje Cole; recreation leader,., ;iacdy Smith and Roscy Muldrow; 31 tib leaders, Mrs. A. Sebol] ami \1vs.' Pavis 'Muldvow, MVs. G, AUSI- ,in, and Mrs, L. Cheatham.- Jerry Trotter, reporter, 7Jie 4-H Club of Clow Training icho'ol' held its.. first meeting of ,he school year Oct> 22, Officers veye eloptecl as follows: Prpsiflent, Porls Marshall; vice president, Petty Langston; secre- a,ry, Oncdia Gai7ible; assistant iecretajcy, Louise Hannah; t 1- ea- ,virei\ Sammift UamiJton; repren. ion leader, Patricia Whiimore; dong loader, Aonoite Marsha'U school leader, Mrs, Praper and Mr, HawHins, Rpportcr, Shirley quai'ler, quavtei-heplj Don Hein- 9 IQ.yayd march and sejf from the one. The point? *pmp on field, goah-» conneplof scoring passes j,o tp tljeir first ph,am,ps §eorin,g til tt>e pwitesf thai |oy ' the --^,7- *5/ S,,*!* V.^!S3>J?',F>« & TWEiLViE different daylilies foi $1.50 this week and next. The Arthur Gray Flower Gardens Ozan, Ark. 23-Gtp BENDIX Automatic Washer $35.00 Six gas heaters. 8 used doors Call Wade Warren. Phone 7-2547 .".*;,.•..•.•••,• 24-3tp FIVE M-oo/f),«.'horne across stree' from ' Brook wood School. 509 S Spruce. Phnc 7-2223. 25-6lp 1951 O'LDS Fordor, hardtop, Good second car, Call PR 7-2487. 27-tf Wanted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over, Apply at Hope Star Office. Wanted to Buy 1 BUTANE tank that will hold from 200 to 300 gallons. Tcfp ground tank, Contact E, E, Drew Saratoga, Ark, 22-Gtp Instruction BEGINNING Lessons in 61} paint ing and pastels, Interested persons may contact Freddie Jones, 514 East THird Street, or cajl 72732. v 23-W For Rent L,OCAi]j trailorj, Byer's Gulf Ser. vice, Cp)J Day or Night. 7-9955, 4 HOOM' unfurnished liovise at'lJ2 West 18 St. See owner at Campbell's Florist on flosston High \yay< Phone Bodoaw -9'2374, 2ij-6(c ,,,,^,- furnished „,.„.,„._.,., - ,,. pletely private. .Perfer men or working couple. 1 7)8 53. pivisiorii Mrs, Cora ffutchlns, S5-3|c apartment West Ave B, Bills paifl. 27,3tp ONE bedroom housp, Clean, mod' ern, nojiv town, pood neighbor, hood. Watej' paij'. Settle pouplo preferred. 7-2071. S7"?tc MODERN 4 room house. Pills ' 808 West 4th. Phone PR ^24.7, Service! Offf rtd us rgBcvitt 7w 913 salt- Jr.???. W? §p?slsUji is " ~ Hope Star Star of Hope-1899) P>oss 1927 Consolidated January IB, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs, C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H, Woshburti, Secy-Trcs. ot The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hop'c, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Pout H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Moch. Supt. Entered os second class matter at the Post Ottice at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Memiier of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Kntes (payable In odvan-;o) By carrier In Hope and towns — Per week ...* .................... ....... S .30 Per year ................... ............. 11 SO ' By mail in Hempsteacl, Nevada, LaFayetfe, Howard and Miller Counties — . .. One month ........................... ? .85 Three months ........................ 1.85 Six months .............. , ............ 3.50 One year .................. - ............. 6-50 All other moll — nOne month ................... , ........... 1.30 'Throe month's- ., ........................ 3,90 Six .Ynbnths. .....;..,.......,.!..., ....... '. 7.80, One year '•"'".: ....... .V t '.,;...r.'..... .......... 15.60 Nat'l Advertising ^Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inci'f •-1602 Sterlrk Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenri'j;*>505.' "'exes Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas> : ?.60 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 'I;. I/I,; 60 f. 42nd St., Now York 17, N,. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg,, Detroit" ,2, ;Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahpmp', City .2, Okla. . ' •• Member of The Afttoclafed Press; The Associated "Press is entitled ex- clusivelyt to, the uso for republlcatlon of ainhe loral npws printed in this newspaoer, as well as all AP news dispqtches, ' ' Room and Board BOOM AND BOARD FOB room and board, cooking at Its best, with clean comfortable rooms with innerspring mattress^ es, attic ventilation, SnyXer Hotel, 23-1 Mcfl WANTED TO BUY Pine Puipwooo by Truck Uoarj Cut in Woods or otherwise, HAROLb HENDRIX Phone PR M321 16th *. l-ou|s|gn3i Hope, Ark, MATTRISSI5 Rebuilt 9f Made. Into ln"S r * tprJnf, WsrK PAYII Furniture ft Mottrfii C«, 117 89, Elm Ph9."7>M1l Herndon-Cornehuf Ijsmf jsnd Ambulance 5* wet Twfr Air

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