Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 28, 1958 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 28, 1958
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MOM STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS TueiJay, OefefceV 2§/ 1951 Coaches Believe Bobcats Must Go All-Out Friday The Hopr flobenls. bore-linn — seven victories, will fare perhaps the InuRhest enrnpolitinn In drill' friclay night when they entrrtni.i {lie much improved Camden Pun- lhor<i. ft \v-ns this (imp last year thai a highly-favorr-d Hope team \venl I" Camden nnd uot bent in a up-set that put (hem ripht mil of thr> district racr Coaches Pierce. Si-vier nnd Bens- Icy were mighty proud of the Bobcats play last Friday nishl against the firt'tl-up 'Magnolia boy-. "We played some good solid foot ball and came out without any In juries with the exception of Oary Don Form-by who pulled a muscle but he should be able to piny this Week." Coach Pierce Rnirl. "We arc proud of the fine tenm play all the way through tho game. We had some Rood down field blocking that we haven't hncl nil year and it helped to breuk loose our backs iwo or three times. We will need more this week if we expect to go against Camdon. "Camden will bo the largest team We have faced this season in Ihc line nnd our Seoul.<; report they like to piny football. As you recall Camden beat us out of the district last year and will be after us again. Our boys will really have to block find tnckle hard this week if we expect to win. "We have to have this game if we win the district. We feel the boys know they will really have to ,plny .ball from start to finish, Coach Pierce commented. Porkers Work on Defense Against Ags FAYKTTKVUJljF,. Ark. (APi — "Wi will stress defonst! this weel? ami IK ;i consequence out- offense will pmbahly suffer." said University of Arkansas football conch l-'i;mk Droylos yesterday. firuvles made Ihe enniment A3 his 0-iiinos beaten Hnxorbaeka west Confi-ronco clash with the • •pt-ni'd work fur Satnrrlny's Solilt. sinele-K'ing Texas Aggies at Col- h'Ki .Si,-itIon. The squad, In good spirits after Ihcl.r line but losing showins ai-'ninsl highly regarded Ole Mis* lasi weekend, worked In swejt IUKS during a hour's signal drill yesterday. Fullback Dannie Stone still was on the sideline after 11 bout with tntUion/a bi(t the Porker wcr- 1 expected to be at full strength jigainst A&M. Stone, down to Jrt.1 pounds after losing 12 to the flue, u-ns ex-peeled to be in Dads / or tndr.y's practice. •Al College Station, Coach Jim Myers gave his learn Monday off. He hnd promised the Aggies n oven before they staged cotne-from-behind 33-27 vlr> The modern square dance probably started as early as 1650 when John Playtord pub» ilshed his. book, "The Dancing Master," a book ot country dances, in the United States "country dances" with the dancers in two lines, like the Virginia Reel, were most coin- inon in Revolutionary times, . ' C) Encyclopedia UMlannlca Li Ilk Closed Schools to Drop Basketball LITTLE ROCK (API — ..Rock Central nnd Hall high schools, botli closed to avoid integration, may not Held basketball teams this fall. The two schools fielded football teams this season under spcoisj dispensation of the Arkansas Ath- letic Assn. Sehcwl Supl. Virgil Blossom said yesterday no decision had been made as to basketball but be added: "Wo have had staff discussions on it, and admit that with no school in the second semester, basketball would present a problem." Johnnie Burnett, AAA executive secrptr.ry, said the association would discuss the basketbal problem at a meeting Nov. 6, SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS /...bring your insurance problems to vY> \ Coinpcli'ut ailvlce from onr «»-' pcrtH Kill lu'lp anlyu Your ln>ur- unce prubli-iiik. Let tin aimlya* vour requironieiitii und pruvitle you with n sound inmmmce pronnim, tiiilurrd lo fit your c.viioi II<J(.-(|M. Consull n H t<HJny . . . bvt'urc iiiikforlune strike*. Play Safe . . . INSURE NOW I Roy Anderson Insurance Agency Roy Anderson Mary. S. Evan* George Frazler 210 So. Main Hope, Ark. Week of Agony Ahead for Bowl Hopefuls By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS This is the week of sweat, ngony and decision for [our of the Southwest Conference teams clinging .to an outside shot at the Cotton Bowl. Southern Methodist. 0-1 in conference play, meets Texas, now 1-1. Two defeats usually mean the j conference championship and the' host spot in the big bowl at Dallas arc gone. Bnylor plays Texas Christian. TCU is 2-0 and Baylor is 1-1. Texas A&M, 1-1, and Arkansas, 0-4, meet at College Station. Baylor and A&M are considered outsiders and Arkansas can or.ly look to next year. Rico, 3-0 and the current favorite, takes the week off. Texas Tech, ineligible for the championship, tries Tulane. Rnin forced Texas inside. Coach Dai-roll Royal moved Larry Stephens to the No. 1 right tackle post and Dick Jones regained the starting left tackle spot. "We're just getting ready for the team that beat Oklahoma" SMU coach Bill Meek said, "t's just like Darrell Ro.vu) snicl, what happened to Texas Saturday night (against Rice) could happen to any team," *•»* TCU Coach Abe Martin promoted Harry Moroland from the LSD Takes Over First Spot in Football Poll lory ober Baylor last 'Saturday. The Aggies pro'bnbly lost a Starter for tho remainder of ihr senson ns a roshlt of the Baylor game. End Don Smith, a senior, suffered a collarbone injury against Ihe Bears. For A&IM, the Arkansas game will be tho team's Inst home data ot tlie season, §y fhres teams in the top. 10 of the Associated Press weekly college football poll are unbeaten and untied, but at least one of them will have Its record sfneared Saturday. Louisiana State, Which displaced Army as tho No. 1 team this week lakes on Mlsissippi, No. 0, at Baton Rouge. Colorado Is the only other top 10 team with a spotless record, and It is in dire peril. The Buffs. Mo. 9 meet Oklahoma. The Sooner.-?, No. 7 and with a one-point defeat by Texas the only blemish on their record, have been picking ) speed lately. LSU displaced Artny after the Cadols played a 1<M<1 Ue with Pittsburgh. Iowa. With n penchant 'or knocking off previously unbeaten looms, defeated Northwestern last Saturday and moved "rom seventh place to second. Army dropped to third place, Auburn mnbed up from fifth to out-Hi, and Ohio State. No. 2 ,-i vcok ago, dropped to fifth as a •osult of its tie with Wisconsin. The remaining lop 10 teams as elected by the sports writers and iporlseaslers. in order: Mississip- Ji, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Colorado nd Purdue. LSU garndred 54 firt-place otes in piling up 1,194 points for rst place. Iowa was top choice of 33 voters as it accumulated l,Uf>5 points. Army was first choice of 20 voters and Auburn of 23, Three newcomers jumped into the top 10. Wisconsin look over the No. 8 spot on the strength of its lie with Ohio State; Colorado, boh ting Nebraska, now is No. 9 and Purdue, winning over Notre Dame, is No. 10. . They replace Texas. Northwestern and Clemson all beaten Saturday. The top 10, baser) on 10 points for a first place, 9 for a second, etc. (first-place votes in parentheses): 1. Louisiana State (541) 1.194 2. Iowa (33 .1,055 3. Army (20) ...,„ 789 4. jri.iibu.rn (23) 95,1 5. Ohio State C9) 025 G. Mississippi (7) 790 7, Oklahoma (5) 616 S. Wisconsin 383 y. Colorado (2) 338 Hope Star Classified Ads A5S MUST BE IN 0WCI DAY lEWRf PUBLICATION — PHONE ?«3431 FOB AB TAKIR The schedule of SoiUrtSf as printed below, hag beefl t&kefl from John Aldeh Knight's Soltinaf Tables. Plan your days so that you Will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover dtlfiril these times, tf you wish to find the best sport that each day has to otter. 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 there* after. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of Somewhat shorter duration, A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Notice WJS Buy • We S«ii • Wi iUfii M, B, A, P," fielsney, Maftage? IWf 5:15 11115 G:00 11155 6:40 12:20 Monday Tuesday Wednes. Thursday 7:25 1:05 Friday 8:10 1:50 Saturday 8:55 2:35 Sunday 9:40 3:20 S:30 11140 0:16 -— 7:00 12145 7:45 1:30 8:30 2M5 n:ir> 3:00 10:00 3145 The Negro Community Esther Hlcki '' Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 KOVlNGf LoBi Dlstaaee Call <3ot< Uct 582. rr«« EitttUat**, LoWef Rate*. ttsve V4fi» — Will PRESCOfT co. BARHAM Brothers ttoitse Movers, Insured and free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Cale, Arkansas. 21-1 Mo. NO hunting or trapping will be ai* lowed without a permit on my land in the old proving ground. This land is posted. W. I. Strolid. c For Sole or Trade 1935 FORD.. Jl',006 miles. One of the- cleanest '55 models in Hope. &ew tires, battery, brakes, and shocks. $995.00 Roy Cagl'e. Phone 7-'G7«l& or 7-9900. 22-Gtp Funeral Directors Thought for the day It is delightful to transport ones self into the spirit of the past, to see how a wise man has thought before us, and to what a glorious height we have at last reached— Goethe. Ambulance Service' Burial Association OAKOREST" FUNERAL HOME Dial PR 7^2123 20-lm-c 10. Purdue 292 The second 10: Northwestern 178; Pittsburgh 144; Air Force 136; Ricel 18; Navy 74; Texas a.->; North Carolina- (1) 52; Texas Christian 50; Clcmsbn-,20; Rutgers M \ ')•:> '' ' ' 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 confer the Amaranth Degree upon all applicants. Fish will be sold, Business Opportunities OPPORTUNITY MAN or WOMAN Responsible person from this area, to service and collect from Automatic dispensers. No selling. Car, references, and $400 to $800 investment necessary. Four to eight hours weekly nets up to S250 monthly incorne. For local interview give name, phone and particulars. Write P.O. Box 1012, Mm- den, La. 28-ltp The Verger Band Mother's Club will hold its regular .meeting Wednesday, Oct, 29lh at 7:30. p.nv. in the Band Building, All members are asked to be present and on time. MAIL-IN CLASSIFIED AD ORDER The Quick and Inexpensive Way To po Business INSTRUCTIONS: Put your Classified Ad Words in Squares Below , . . one word ta the s,qqare, Pint the number of days you wqp't ^ your Ad to run in square at bottom. Then figure your cost. EXAMPLE; 15 words runs 3 days , . 90c — 6 days , , 1,50 NAME PHQNg NP, ef Doy? Ad It To Run gr\$ Mai! -^ Check , £osh „.,.. Mpngy Order Fishing Report Around Arkansas LITTLE ROCK (AP)—Here is n 'ishjng report and forecast from he Arkansas Game and Fish Commission; Lake Norfork; Crappio fair on artificial bait, trolling; catfish fair on trollines hsing live bait; fair on trotlines using live bait; trolling. Lake 0 u a chit a: Bass and crappie fair on minnows and art* iiicial bait. Bull SHOALS Lake: No report, Lake Conway: Water clear, Bass good on artificial bait, crappie fair on minnows, Lake Greeson: Largemouth bass fr.ir on plastic worms; large* mouths and white bass fair on lopwater ilures, when schooling, Lake Hamilton; Water clear Black bass medium to good on artificial bait; crappie fair or) live bait; bream sood on crickets and worms. Lake Catherine; No report, The pastor, Rev. Lee Turner and members of New Bethel Baplist Church will observe the 88th Anniversary of the church with,-.a series of services beginning Wednesday, Oct. 29th, and continuing through Sunday, Nov. 2. The public is invited .'to attend. AREA MAN OR LADY NEEDED To service established route of Self - Service Merchandise Units. Excellent income to the' person who qualifies. Must ibe free to r work 9 hours weekly and have car, references and a minimum of $398 working capital, which is secured. Submit work history' and phone number for interview. Write • Vice President, Box 11647, Dallas 18, Female Help Wonted TWO waitresses. Apply in person 1 , BiarriOhd dale, Mope, Ark, , ifcti Help Wonted $20 Daily. Sell Luminous narheplales. Write Reeves Co., AUleboro, Mass, 34rrt'p WANTED AT OJftJHJ. Man of Wo* man to supply Hawleigh house' hold necessities to consumers itt S. Mempslead County or Jiope. Full of part time. For details \vithout obligation see Corwiti Crott', Rt. 1, Box 30. Nashville, Ark. or Write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKJ-G41.271, Memphis, Tenn, wanted, Must be sober Apply in person. Lynn Watson, Service Manager. Ozan Motor Company,'' 1324 Texas Ave., Tex- arkann. Texas. 27'3te For Sola ALUMINUM screens, doors, storm windows, weather - stripping, insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimates; Andy Andrews, Phone 7-5867. 94f HOUSE TO BE MOVED For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street, Hope, Ark, Raymond Byers Phone 7-295G. 13-1-m-p 1950 STUDEBAKE'R pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7-4011. 29-tf INSURANCE. -Fire, Tornado, Auto- mibile, Liability with the Hartford Fire Insurance Company Company group of stock companies. ARE YOU FULLY COVERED? Call Jim Cole, Hope Insurance Agency. 18-121 WANT AD RAT1S All \VdHf AJs ite poyib'd !rt advdrice" but ads will be ficcepfed over fHe telephone 6«d or-roinocld-' tioh accounts allowed with the Ufv derStdndlfia fhe account is payable whert sldternerit Is tendered. Nurhber 5f Words Up to 15 16 16 20 JI to 25 26 td 30 31 fb 33 36 to Xb dne Day .45 M. .75 .90 1.05 1.20 Three .. Si* bavs bays .90 1.50 1.20 1.50 . 41 tb 45 1.35 46 t& 60 1.50 2.10 J.40 5.70 3.00 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 One Morilh 4.SO 6.00 m 10.50 12.00 13.50 15,00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 80c pel 1 Ihch 3 times .'. 65c f>er Inch 6 times 55c. pef inch Rates quoted above.afe for consecutive Insertions. Irregular or skip date ads will take the. one-day rate. A|f daily-classified advertising copi.. will be accepted until S p.m. fcH^ publication 'the following day, The publisher, reserves the right to revise of edit all advestlsements of fered for publication "and' to reiect any objectionable adverlising submitted. (.riitials of one or more letters, groups of fiaures,' surH as house or ' telephohe numbers count as on? Word. The Horjp Star will not be respon- sible''for 'errors )n' Want Ads unless errors arn colled to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for, ONLY., the .ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: -PROSPECT 7-343* Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press«! 927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published' every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President • Alex. H. Woshburn, Sccy-Trcs. §H, or The Star BuUdlfis ** 212-lOout.h VValnut Street - - ; Hop.e, 'Arkansas FIVE room house. $1,000. A good buy to rebuild or move, Johjj W Webb, Ozan, Ark. 2-1-lm-p Texas. 28-ltp 8 Acres, Hope edge, modern room furnished, $6,000 — $2,500 down payment. Balance like'rent 196 acres, good stand of pine sprne logs.and pulpwood for market. $10,Ofip:' Terms. Strout .Realty Agency. G20 West 67 Highway. 21-1-m-c The Good Citizenship Club, of Shover Elementary Softool will have a guest speaker Thursday, Oct. 30 at 2:30 p.m. Rev. F. R, Williams, pastor of Garret Chapel Baptist Church. Coming and Going Mrs. Zadie Jones had as dinner guests Thursday, Oct. 23 her neices M'rs. Annie Mae Laudennilk- of San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. Minnie Pearl Alexander of Oakland, Calif, ho;- sjstor, Mrs, Minerva Snawden pf Presqoy,, Curtis Knox of Richmond, Calif. Mr, and Mrs, R, and Mrs. Classic Yerger of Hope, third team to 'the left halfback sppt, oh the second team in a search for more speed, Pilly GoiiU was shifted from loft 'to l-ight half. Frogs worked on pass de* |enso, Baylor did a lot of running ns the Bears concentrated on ploy timing and passing drills. Scout Bill fjpnderson. warned, (he , What's Happening In Washington Mr, and Mrs. Joe Porter qnd Aaron Porter of Los Angeles, Calif, were Tuesday guests of MY. and Mrs, Anderson Jefferson, Catherine Fish Kill 500,000 Pounds, HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP)An estimated 500,000 pounds of fish have been Idled in nearby Lake Catherine in an effort to rid the lake of rough fish. The estimate Was made by A. Hulseji, chief fisheries biologist for the state Game and Fish Commission, He said 'the operation, performed Saturday, killed 99 per cent ot the shad and 90 per eent of the drum in the lake. Game and Fish Commission workers dumped 1,400 gallons o 'fthe chemUcal, rotenone, into the lake. The chemical suffocates rough fish by affecting their giljs, 'but is normally harmless to game fish and has no effect on humans, The fish kill' cost $15,000 and was financed "jointly by tho Game anU Fis,h. CommJssjon, and the Hot Springs and Malvern chambers of commerce, TWELVE different . daylilies for 51.50 this week and next. The Arthur Gray Flower Gardens Ozan, Ark, - 23-6tp FfVE room home across streel from Brookwood School. 509 S. Spruce. Phne 7-2223. • - 25-Gtp 1951 OLDS Fordor, hardtop.',Good second car. Call PR 7-2487. 27-tf JOHN Deere 25 Comtoine in good condition, J. C, Burke. PR 72938 or 7-2045. 28-6tc U,K,C. Registered Toy Fox Terrier puppies. Call R^argie Harrie at Shipley Studio, 7^5811, 2$-3 Wonted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over, Apply at Hope Star Office, Henry and James WiUierspoon were business visitors in Hpt Springs Wednesday. / !f,awrence -Green Q| Kansas City spent a few hours visiting here or* . , , d Frogs "have great downfjejd, Mocking gnd. grent pursuit aqc} make (pwor mistakes than most football teams," 4&M players watched films their victory ovey and heard on Arkansas sccwUhg port End Con Smith will tlie game with an injured collgr bone. Arkansas ran in sweat c}oth,es for an hour's light signal drjl). N.P, lineup changes were made, Tejsas Teph .drilled at defenses against TAUwe. Floyd 'Dellingev rpturnpd tp ; Uon after missing • ih.e game 10 da^-s pgo, M'r, and !3V{rs. Lee Stuart and JVJrs, ' Irene Cole attendee] the Ofca.ji Association in Ip.st week, and Mrs. Moore •JVIr, snd Afl'§. JjUcky. Moore were Sunday visitors in Mwfreesbaro, IM,rs, Nlcje Trolter, M''«. gheatham, M,rs. Mrs- Frortia -TvoUer, and Albert VVitherspoon, Irenp Cole, attended the Assn. jn QHplpufl Igst Calls Inflation a Bit Exaggerated LITTLE ROCK* (API— A New Yorfe insurnnpp exepuljve said yesr iorday 'he" believed trjo thrent.'of jnflfltipn had been exaggerated, 'Dudley pqwoll. e3$eputive vjco pve§ident ,qf the New York Jnsuj'qnce Co., said 'in an yiew; , "If wo scccot the theory Wanted to Buy l BUTANE tank that "will holrt from 200 to 300 gajjons, Top ground tank, Contact E, E. Drew Saratoga, Ark, , 22,-Gtp Instruction BEGINNING Lessons in oil painting and pgste}s. Interested pep sons may contact Freddie Jones, 514 East Third Street, or call 2732- ••' , 2 Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publisher Poul- H. Jor^os, JMarjaglng Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hpsrncr, Mcch. Supt. Entered as second cjass maftcr ot the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription .Rots; (payable In. 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