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Picks Bobcats to Overcome Camden Friday §y JOHN ASsSiSUtid H. STAHH SpeKs WritiP Pishing Report Around Strange Doings But He re (s Grid Rating Asoeiatid PH»fS News Analyst LITTLK ROCK (Al 1 )—Here is a 'fishing report arid forecast pfP pm-pd by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commlssipft: Lakr Ounchita: U»|ier fnrj dihtf.V; bnss awl ernpplp fall- on minnows and nrtifidi.il bolt. Nnrfork Luke: Grapple fair art-, Ihe Associated Press' fourth iflri/il ball: black bus fa If oft ly rankings of Arkansas prt'p crawfish; cal.fish fair on trot llhes. §y A ASSOCIATES strange football weekend Stone Goes Back to Spot at Halfback ADS MUST II IN shook lip the standings slightly in Lnkp Conway: Clenr, bnss god fhci-c nre throe bin Nino Con-1 ni . llflcin , tanU . efnj)p , p (M ort fttcMc games on this week's . 1nlnn( , ws schedule, but none of ihc-h. au- OfrB ^ n ,, nkt ,. )ja ,. Bt , „,„,„,, top-heavy o o . b d , a( , R m , h b The schedule rnnUos the picking t water hires. look easy, but that K no Runranlco ly oul o! the FAVBTfEViLLEi. Ark. sehior Bohhie Stofie definite ! the pit-iui-ei the ea«i fof No. i fallback btt the Uwlversily of AfkafiSa? learn seUl.es ihto a battle of sdphdmdf.es. j Stofiij was put out of tfie i*g yesterday when Coaeh shi/led. the. ttiling . . poutidef to right halfback. 163- That move left sophomores Jec of success. Sihcc, tottunntely, there is fib requirement that we back these IM-ogtiostiealionsi. either with our ijiohey or our job (reputation moaning very lillle), htsre gone: El Dorado 28. Tpxnrknnn 7; the Wildcats will not find the Porkers os easy pickings as they were for Fort Smith last week. But El Dorado has the 1 horses, mules and whatever else it lakes to rn- bound from that shocking tie wilh - liiitle Rock Central. Hot Springs 2(i. niythcyille 13: The Chicks are getting pi-uuress- iv'elM tougher, but it's a wait tilt next year season, for Blythevllle. Hot Springs is one Ihe way to one ol its best showings In jears and doesn't/ intend to be sidetracked. ' ' North -Little Rock 20; Pine Bluf." 7}' TJhht's the way it ought to go. But • the Wildcats, seem to hayq nn upset-weakness, this year, tf nn.vb.ody ever needed an upset, the Zebras do. • ''Memphis Central 30; 1,1 trie Rn«0r , Central 13: The Memphis Wnrrtgrs .get sweet revenge for a long series -of lickings. Little Rock Hall 20, Morrilton ',7: So (he Warriors mnkq it No. »-» 7 and if they get past this one, "—••'••they should hnve easy sledding <"""" 'until Nov. 21. Fort Smith 24, Shrcvoporl Fair -,„ p nr |c fl; Tiie Grizzlies may well be the best team in .the stnte at ,., this juncture. Fair Park couldn't handle El 'Dorado and they can't 1 hamjle Fort Smith if the GrbwHes are righl. .And. they've'been \ , right for the past three weeks, ••Also: " - Fayetteville over Springsficldf ', , Mo., Hillcrest, Harrison over -, SpjJngfield Parkview, Sprdngdale ' -over Rogers, Little Hock Catholic ,^ , over, Subia.cQ, Forrest CUx ov< 5 r ^™-,-Stuttgart, Helena over 'Wynne, ,•"• Conway over Jonesboro Newport ^* over Searcy. 2 ~ Bonton over Jacksonville, Mabel" , vale over Fuller, Mnlvcrn over 1 ' Russellville, Gurdon over Arka^ delphia, nnd Hope over Ccimdon, ' ( , v Crossett over Smackover and < Magnolia over Fail-view. , Lako Mnml | toM j cioMr nncl Ibw, , black buss faif to good nrt | Wcitil WAYWARD MISSIVE McALESTKR, Okla. — Mrs. Don B. King mnileci a letter to "friends in California and it wound up in Guam. ' The post office reported the mis- • stve somehow stuck to Ihc bank 'of another letter written by a Me- Blester resident to her sailor son, on Guam. b „ . fnl „ ' i „,, K00<l °" y Ye rger Tigers in Homecoming Saturday Night Tlio Yergyr Tigers are preparing for their 1-lomo.comlivg game to ibe playi-d Saturday night tit Hammons Stadium. Tim. Homecoming festivities starts Friday, with the crowning of the queen. • The Homecoming na.'adc will be Saturday afternoon at. 4 p.m. in (iownto.wi) Hope. .Bands fronvLe.wjs- ville, Stephens nnd M.'ignolia arfi expected lo take part in Ywgers' Moiiiecoming activities. The Timers will meel Ihe DiMgons of Slanvps lo climax the festivities at 8 p.m. Saturday. There will be a variety of entertainment during the half-time b.v bands participating in the celebration. The Tigers, knowing this is their Homecoming, are all fired up and promise this lo be a surprise for those who attend the game. The Tigers in a losing streak have all intentions of changing that Saturday night and would like to see all the (boosters there. They have been working hard on a new formation and sharpening up on a few rough spots that might catch, the Dragons oft guard. Kick off; time is 8 p.m. Heavyweight Rankings Reshuffled NEW YORK (AP —The heavyweight rankings underwent a. biij reshuffling' 'by Ring magazine, today as the result of British victories, over America's Zora Folley. and Willie Pastranp, ' , [ Cuba's, Nino .Vnld.es moveclinto the No, 2 contendqr's spot behind Sweden's Ingemai Johansson, For the first time in years, two Britons, Brian London and Heiu'jj Cooper, were listed in ihu elite top 10, London was ranked, seventh, the rankings as No, 7. . . , the top ten, after a 23-0 rout of Smackover. The Leopards picked 14' points, They were Ilth Co.op.6v eighth. Following up Johansson's one- round knockout of Eddie Machcn. London stopped Pastrano. of Miami Beach, Fla., on cuts, and Coopur o u I p o i n led Folley, of Chandler, Ariz. Herd's, the way the heavyweight top"10 looks behind World Champion. Floyd Patterson: 1. Johansson; 2. Valdcs; 3. Folley; 4, Paslrano; 5. Machcn, Redding, Calif.; 6.. light heavyweight champion Archie Moore, San Dip- go; 7. London; 8. Cooper; 9. Sonny Listen, Philadelphia; 10. Pat McMurtry, Tacoma. Wash. Roy Harris, of Cut and Shoot. Tex,, idle since he was stopped by. Pattarson; Argentina's Alex Mitoff and Canadian champion George Chnvalo of Toronto were ousted. Don Jordan, to-ranking welterweight contender who earned a 'title" fight by beating Gospar Or.- tega of/ Mexico, for the second 'straight time, was named "Fighter of the Month" by Ring, Two leading contenders in othur divisions were demoled, Tony Anthony of New York replaced, Philadelphia's Harold Johnson as the No. 1 contender in thf light heavyweight class, Piei-o Rollo, ot llalyi the new European bantamweight champion tp.pk-over--as the leading 118-pound contender, b.v defeating countryman Mt\rio D'Agnta, Leo Esplnosn of the Philippines, No, 1 a month ago, was demoted to second place, Espinosa lost his Orient bantam crown to Japan's Keyoshi Miura, who moved into MAIL-IN GUSSIFIED 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: 15 words runs 3 days.. 90c — 6 days .. 1,50 N», sf Payi Ad U Tg Run .....,.*.» ..... '• Msosy Order ••,•, ............ '•• pli and Moil £h§fk'.,. ..... ,» ..... Ywr Total How YOM to scrap for the starting iullbadk Alberty, a Stiiilh, has shown steady^ " taams. Kl tJorado, which led tho thrc",4 firevlous polls, rclolhcd first pines despite being hfld to a 14-14 lie iby 'Little Rock Central. But the XVIldCals, who look all fir.*t place .... .-_. _-. . Vdtds last week, got only two this Faiil 'AlbeHy aHcl ^ota«y Pields week ahd their 04-poinl total was only four better than Little Rock Hall, which had one lop ballot and Gf) poinls. Fort Smith, 50-7 cohciueror of Tex.arkaha, Vaulted ovoi- Hope irt' (o third place with throe first votes and 5? poinls The Bobcats; dropped to fntirlh wilh -18 points, edging Cenlrnl, which had one first place tally and 4.1 total. North tittle Rock, 10-H victim, of Conway, dropped out ot Ihq first ten for tho first time this year. The Wildcats wore replaced in sixth by Little Rock Catholic which advanced from seventh wilh SI points. Conway, ousted from the top ton two weeks ago, look Hilh placed, vacated by idle Hot Springs. De Queen moved into eighth, the ,, ,qlnss >A. team to appear in last week. Van Bui-en held ninth with OAY I6WHI PUIUCATION — PHONE 7*3431 fOfc AD TARtft fhe Schedule 6f SdltlflBf printed below, has, beeft takefl John Alden Knight's Sdluftar metit and" appears to ha.vN*' the ln» side, track, Stone's position change Cnrne after a bout With, a vlrpuS, 'in* fectlon that has weakened, him considerably. At right half 'lid Will run behind two other senior: letter* men — £>on Hjtsehel arid Don Mbi'ton. Bt-oylofe said it is doubtful that Stone will be able to play against Tables. Plan yoUf days so-that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting !h good d6Vef during these times, If you Wish to fifid th§ best Sport that each day. has to offer. the Majof Periods are shdWfi'lfl boldface type, these begin at the times shown and. last for. ah hour and a half of tw6 hours, 'there* after. The Minor Periods, shown, hi regular type, are of Somewhat shorter duration. A. M, P.M. Minor Major MlnorMajor Texas A&M Saturday. He played Wednes. 0:40 12:20 briefly apalnst the University of Thursday 7:2i5 1:05 Mississippi last Saturday, but; Friday 8:10 1:50 didn't dress out for practice yes- Saturday 8:55 2:35 terday. Sunday 9:40 3!20 *?:00 12'.45 7:45 1!30 8:30 2:1,5 O.'llj 3!00 ! 10:00 3145 points. Team iRec. 'Pis. ;0pi ,Pts 1. El Dorado, AAA 64....6-0.1 160....--55. 2. Hall, AAA GO 0-0-0, 120 30 3. Fort Smith, AAA. 57 6-1-Q 1G2 70 4. Hope, AA 48 7-0-0 174 20 5. Central, AAA .. 45 4-2 1 109 324 G. Catholic 31 6-1-0 120 53 7. West Memphis. AA 20 6-0-0 141 39 8. De Queen, A 14 6-1-0 190. 18 9. Van Buren, AA. .11.'/a 5-2-0 137 55 10. Conway, AA 10 5-1-1 -123 08 Aggies Picked to Defeat the Porkers By HAROLD CLAASSEN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — After a week's stay on the rim of Upset Gulch in hopes of getting accus tomod , to the bumps and bruises n forecnster gets on ISatiirdny afternoon: (Last week's record: 27 right, 24 wrong, .529). Louisiana State over Mississippi: You would think some script writer arranged this one; two unbeaten Southeastern CoiiferencR powers tangling with a Sugiir Bowl bid probably going to tho winner. LSU the pick on Billy Cnu- non's speed, Iowa over Michigan: The Hawk- eyes have been chided for a year because they played it safe in the J957 meeting nnd insured themselves a tie with the Wolverines, Rancly Duncan's passing to break deadlock. Army over Colgate: Without breaking into a sweat, Auburn over Florida: That An. bum defense is too tough"; Colorado over .Oklahoma: Annually Colorado gives Oklahoma fits but winds up jn second place, This time the Buffaloes succeed, Purdue over Illinois: The Illini got their upset last Saturday, Oregon State oyer CaJ!fornjn.i The home team should triumph' in a struggle as cloje as tljeir 21-JO fracas a yoar ago, The winner inkos over the Coast Conference load and the inside track to the Rose Bowl, Notre Dpme over Navy: The Middies' rebuilt line Jifisn't Ijnri time to jell, Skipping over (ho others u\l n hurry ! *« Mexigg over Denver, erbilt oyev Miamii Tul»ne oyer Texas BAST: Pittsburgh over cuse, gostpn Pollege oyer Po}}e|? of Pagifip, Bp^tpp Vniyersjty" William A Mar/, Bullsls av§p pyej- gslumWa, Belawa^i'. Hsryerd PVPP Holy erp§§ pvfr PByiQPi ovep Furn^n, Pi-jnce? grswn, Partmowth over -' ' ' Hprflr 8w?»U«w ey a r Penn Slate tea Una avef--yjrfip ,py*j? ?$&3B^$$^$^l9W Colorado Tops Major Teams in Yardage By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Colorado, the nation's only major college football team that has gained more than' 400 yards , a game all season, and Oklahoma, which has rolled in oidtime form for 893 yards in its last two games, collide Saturday at Boulder, Colo. Something's gotta give. That was the indication today from the weekly NCAA Service Bureau team statistics. The figures show Colorado's Golden Btiffalons, who/have been showing thn way in rushing 'offense for three? weeks, also hayf climbed to the top in total offense, displactn" the Army team that was limited to 165 yards by Pittsburgh, Oklahoma, which dropped out of sight (statistically speaking) after its'loss to Texas, has come right back in routing Kansas and Kan> sas State and now is fourth: !u totnl offense- and fifth in n-shing. Colorado is second and Oklaho ma third in the major scoring race behind Rutgers. Here's how the comparative Percentage Goes to Ford of Yankees By SHELDON SAKOWITZ Associate^ Pj-ess Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Although Whitey Ford never has won 20 games in any of his seven seasons with the Now York Yankees, his lifetime won and lost percentage if the htghe c t among active major league pitchers. The short southpaw, just turned 30, has won 105 and iqst only 40 for a ,724 percentage, fieures compiled by The Associated Press disclosed today, The leaders are based on pitchers wilh 60 or move decisions, Sal MaglK now with the St. Louis Cardinals, is closest (o 'Ford, The 41 year old "Barber," who began his big league career JO 1945, bpasts a ,B59 percentage, He has won US and lost 01, Ford has peen, hampered by shovilder and elbow tioub}e. Despite these ailments, the stylish, lefly had a 14-7 record in 1958 •while posting a league leading 2,01 e&i'n.ed run average., His lifetime ERA is. a. 60, also lowest amont; actjve. burjoys, gliei who achieved success the N,ew York Giants a'J'tnr p jump to thp Mexican' League, also has been with the Cleveland Indian?, Brooklyn, podgers an4 Yankees, Ho was acquired by th.,8 last June, winning two and losing sjx. Milwaukee's '\Varren \vjiosg §4,6 victories are • the most registered, ,by an active. pitehep. poiUjinietj to rewrite [•.ecprd books, Thf Slender; Jef hgncjev, 37, become g" winner for the ninth time, the moojevn pinjoy- °f eight by a who iojr>ed the in 1^6, ha4 f> ??' season. This SAYS, him a life of g4fi-}57 for ii] JJ158, two of them s]jvil« ij. In J3. full se^onj ]je fey :-^HBflKitti»"yj» " ; ; ,v£?£ , -jwTwnsni^nn* -^^ po4Jc f ^ ''&$"$•*. ' 4«"« tn Notice VWe S«U X&AL H. B. FMAWrlLlN Ai P, 0*l6MJ, Sil«tmu if* i«et INNL fifH, littoilW, Law* , Hive V«h» - Will ff.vtl CO, 4REAMAS BAftltAM Bi-dthers House Mov« efs. Insured ahd free estimate. Write Sarham Bfothers dale, Arkansas, 2l«i Mo. NO hunting or trapping \vill be al« lowed without a permit on my land in the old proving ground, This land is posted, W. 1, Stroud 10-l-2mo. c Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Bitrinl Association OAKCREST FUNERAL, HOME Dial PR. 7-2123 20-lm'C Community Either Hlcki Phon« 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thp.ught for, the day it is with diseases of the mind as., with diseases of the toody, we are half dead ibefore we understand our disorder, and half cured When we do Colton. Calendar of Events The Yerger Band Mother's Club will hold its regular meeting Wednesday, Oct. 29th at 7:30 p.rn, in the Bancl Building. All members are asked to be present? and on time The pastor, Rev. Lee Turner and members of New Belhel Baptist Church will observe th£ 88th Anniversary of the church with a series of services beginning Wednesday, Oct. 29th, and continuing through Sunday, Noy, 2. The public is invited to attend. Femolc Help, Wontid WANT AD RATgS O TWO waitresses. Abgly ih pgfsofl, filfinlorid e&{g ( H6gS ( AfK, . IS'tf All W&hf AdS of« 8d*6fit6 but ods will be -accepted 6v6f fh8 tfeldphond Qrtd a6:6ifiocld- liofi accouhts allowed with fhe d£?stahdih<3 ih8 accouht Is Whefi Stdteifteril Is fehcldfed. * •---•^-.-_--i-- i 'Dally, Sell LUWf-'uB to is iriotis fiafrteplates; Write fteeVel 15 ta 26 Ca,, Attlebofd, Mass, 3'lffi'B. 21, 16, ?S MfiCttANlC WahtodL Must be sobcf lf/S sf'' Apply ifi pefsofi. Lyhri Watspfi, 34 W 46 Service Manager, Ozan Motot dorhpaiiy, 1324 Texas "'" * JiI> arkana, Texas, 1, . «• Qh6 Doy .45 .66. :t 1.6S' 6 fhfee Days .96 1.2(5 .1.5(3 JJO 2.16 Sis 6dys 1.50 2.60 2.5Q 3.00 3.56 4.00 4.50 5.00 MbntH 4.5(3 6.00 150 • s.oa 13.5 )5.00 MAN wanted for Rawleigh business in S. Hempstead .Co, of Hope, Heal opportunity. (No e.vperiettee needed to start. See Corwin drtjW Rt; 1, 8ok 30, Nashville or writs' Kawietgh's ,t>ept. AKJ « 041 * 0, (Memphis, Teftn. ' 29'3tt) ForSaU St, Luke Baptist Installs Officers Rev. West of Sprudell was guest speaker at the morning service on •Sunday, Oct 20, At the evening service the Junior Church was organized, with Junior Deacons, Prayer Leaders, Ushers, Assistant Teachers Ib'eing selected with 14 Junior- officers present, iRev. E, 'N. Glover, pastor; 'Mrs, Narvell iDavfs clerk, Coming and Going Mrs, Araejla iFreeman and grand sop, 'Freddie, loft Tuesday for Kansas City where they will visit her son son, A, G. Freeman and •Mr, and Mrs, iHerman Freeman, ijVliss Cora iLee Vaughn of 'Little Rook was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr, and 'Mrs, Joe Vaughn, •]Vfr, and Mrs, Fred Wheeler spent the weekend with her mother, ' •Margaret- Burke and her Y >Ml'S. Jogle Stuart, Ml', P" d Mrs, Roland Hicks Jr., and son end Mrs. Glorls Jean Me* Fadden have returned to , thfJj 1 home in Flint, 'Mich, after, having attended the funeral of their grand . MVS, Vtilte Hicks,., . 273,,i CQlor&do er game yards IPP "r«nr)§r » ye 'OfcteJwma'ji fifth ^» 8»,9. ^he Swiff n*p mprs vHnnlns yai 1 ^ in Wv, p then any other tMn}>>ws }n $\& §YU, um'in)>e4 last-. wM UP 4(55 sgsinsj MeP« tana IP jneve intp ^ecpoa^plape w.ith sn game, is ihe only rpjpy it' and si above Jh«» -Jowa lap ' J9i in five gajp?s< lias s« ,p| Ali'.BPF sum-' aas a 31-2 a^rasi fljjd J «y«a»- Oftw Jiufftwowji 'i - ' ALUMINUM screens, doors, stor'hi windows, weather - stripping, -Insulation, roofhig, awnings, guttering, 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 7-295Si 13-1-m-p 1950 STUDEBAKE'R pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7-22.04. or. 7-4011. 29-tf INSURANCE. Fire, Tornado, Auto- mlbilei Liability with the Hart ford .Insurance Company . Company group of ! stock companies. ARE YOU 'FULLY COVERED? Call Jim Cole, Hope Insurance Agency. 18-12tc FIVE room house. $1,000, A good buy to, rebuild or move.. Johjj W, Webb, Ozan, Ark. ; "21-lm-p 8 Acres; Hope edge, mcvdern 4 room furnished, : $0,000 — $2,500 down payment. Balance like rent. ,- >.S¥ V .'» •'-."',- ' 196 acres, good stand of. pine, some logs and pulpwood for mark et, $10,000. Terms, Strout Realty Agency. 620 West 07 Highway. 21-1-m-c TWELVE different daylilies for $1.50 this week and next. The Arthur Gray Flower Gardens, Ozan, Ark. 23-6tp The Good Citizenship Club of Shover Elementary School will ! have a guest speaker Thursday, Oct. 30 at 2:30 p.nr, Rev. F, R. Williams, pastor of Garret Chapel Baptist Church, „,. A Pageant "The (Beautiful City of God" wil Ibe presented at Garrett Chapel 'Baptist Church Sunday Nov. 2 at 7:30 p,m. The public is invited. FIVE room home across street from Brookwood School. 509 S, Spruce. Phne 7-2223, "' , 25-6tp 1951 OLDS Fordor, hardtop. Good second car. Call PR 7-2487, ' i'' , 27-lf /• - ^^____^^______^__ w JOHN Deere 25 Combine in good condition. J, C. Burke, i PR ^• 2938 or 7-2045. , - '28-Ctc U.K.C. Registered Toy Fox Terrier puppies, Call Margie Harrie at Shipley Studio, 7-5811. 28-3tc THREE bedroom home,- Nice sub urban location, Good garden spot, Storm shelter, O. E. Simdtoerg, Kosston Road, . 29-3tp RANWCUUUS Ready, Sunshine Greenhouse. Hwy,-67 E, 5 miles, ,29-Otp Wonted Hope Star route open for boys ]2 years and over, Apply at Hope Star Office, , Instruction BEGINNING Lessons in oil paint- 'ing and ' pastQls, Inte'rested per^ sons may contact Freddie Jones, 514 East Third .Street, or call 72732. - '' " ' 23-tf For t,OCAL trailers, Byers Gulf' vice. Call Pay or Nigl}t- - *' L furnjshe^ a»8rtmenti'Pom» private, ' Pej'feF- men QP working eouplBj 712 E, Mrs: qora Hutching - -'• West Aye B; Bi)}s pajd., bedj'Qom'hQ»s e . Clean,'- ern, n«ar tpwn.-pppd 'ieig hood., yy'ater ,'pfljf, "SeHJe SP«P)O ' West 4th, PR CLASSIFIID DISPLAY 1 tlfrtg 80c fret ihch 5 tlfneS ........'. i fi5c pef Wch 6 times. , 55c pcf ihch Rates, Quoted obo*/e oi-e fof con- setbtwe itiserfiohs. Irfegulaf '-at skits ddt«. dds will' take the'dne-ddy edle. All dally, rjasiifidd dclveftlslhd copy will be" accepted Uhtll 5 p,M. fof publication tne {fallowing day t The. publisher resefvos the fight t/ \ fqvlse; or edit all advestisernenls ot- tered for, publlrdfjori and fo relect driy"obiectl6ridble ddveftising sub" mlfted, !rilt,idls o,f one or more letters, groups ot fJourps, such as house or teloDh&he numbers count as one v/ord, The Hope' Star will not be resoon- slble for errors in Wan! Ads unless errors a"* 'tallfrl to our attention aftpr FIB$T ln<;"rtion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of Hope J899;. Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 ' published every weekday afternoon by . STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. -Woshburn, Sccy-Trcs. ot The Star Building , 212-14 South Walnut Street .* Hope, Arkansas '-/ AIM. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Porker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmor, Mcch. Supt. Entered' a* second r.lass matter at th* Post Office ot 'Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of »ke A'MIr Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rote: (payable in advan:o) • |_> By carrier In Hope and nelflhbinn'j towns •— Per week S .30 Per year 1-S60 By mail In Hompstcad, Nnvnda, LaFayette, Howard and Miller poun- ties — One month s $ .'5 Three months 1.85 Six months 3.50 One year 6.50 All other moil — Onc'-month » 1. ; O Three months 3.90" Six months 7 - 80 One year 15,60 Npt'l Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Doilies, Inc., 160? Sterlrk Blda. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 "'oxos Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas: 360 N Michigan Ave,, Chlrono I, III.; 60 F. 42nH"st.. N""' York 17. N. Y.; 1763 Penobsrot Sldg., Detroit 2, Mich,; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. ' |\ Member of The Associoted Press: The Associated Prpss Is entitled exclusively to the u«e for republication of all the lornl n»ws printed in this nevvspaofr, as well as all AP news dispafcnos. Room and Board , ;•ROOM AND BOARD. FOB room and hoard, cooking at Its best, with clean comfortable rooms wilh inr?flrsDrjng mattr^)s- M, attic ventilation, Snyker 23-1 Mo. WANTID TO BUY Pine PMlpvypbo by. Truck Load, 'Cut In .W99dS-9r otherwise, HAROLD ' 'Phone , 4 j,pn|§igna, rlepe, Ark, ' house H8 W, 18th 'Street, NQ, children wn^er MATTRK5I5 " i Metfrcii Ct w ":?™®mm vw

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