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If H6M STAR, MOM, ftatimber 13,Bobcats Have Fine Chance !o Close Unbeaten Would Quit Helping Married Student! LftfliE ftOCK (AP) ~ eienn f XVflltheJ- of LtHlo- Swk, speaker- of Ihc Arkansas ftouse of sehtdlfveS. suggested y< the Legislature consider calling a hnll In stnte subsidies nf housing for Mart if d c-dllrge stttdonfg. "tVHy should Hu» state silhsldl*o a family" Soft. Clinrlps F. SrflltH. is he .Cbtild well br Ilir see a Hope team go throush a <=c ainn fin.il rhnnrr that jusl mi,M irtcfrfiti The two nthi.T remaining giimrs fire ,i\vay from home If the Bobcats turn hack Arlui- delbliia. mid lln-j arc lopsided frtvoritos. it would jjivp ITiipi- Its fii-st district title Rvr-n n loss Would clinch n tk Hope funs export anrl rightly SO. the Hobcals In take the final thrive opponents 1C l!u>y should it Will be the first limp i;i l'u> history (if the? Bnbrals thrtt a team has gone through « f--ciison mulc- feated. The previous best mark Wns one loss, auainst 10 wins. Jls also lionn'coniinc fnr the llopO team and K»ln cevemnnies- are planned at the school Besides homecoming local fans should make il appreciation night ibt th.e Cats who have played some might)- fine football all sea- =sbll. There should be a biK crowd for the contest. knlisns Legislative Cfilinell. Hop. Marlon It, Crnnk of Little River CoilnH- gnki ho ntrcetf With j WalthPi- ami Smith I Asked if ho was opposed man-Inge. Wnllhcr replied, ''Mo, t am for rnarrlngp. but hot Until they can pay tin; frrlghl " j w a r d providing low-cost, oti» " campus housing for mat-rleti students hurl gone (on far. Alfalfa Arkansas hay was produced about 15)00. in Yerqer Goes to Pine Bluff Friday Night Yerner Tigers will play n Northeastern team at Pine Bluff Friday night in the Initial meeting of (he two learns. The Yergor coach says the team should be In good shape with Deii- nis and Scott back in the Jitteup. Feeling Persists Porks to Give SMU a Bailie By KfelTH _. . Atk CAP)—iptills and clopo sheets Withstanding. ' Arkansas C< Coach Frank fit oj IPS says i.1 not his tta/orbnoks face a team Saturday equal to niiy In the nniion--Souln cm Methodist. "They have two nf the finest quarterbacks in the country in Dort Mei-ertlth and Blliy Dunn and great stinting. They have balance and bbllsh and the spread formation tnd n good running attack and.. * Bt-oylcs went breathless in his awesome! word picture of the Ponies Non one in those 0/arks would lex Arkhnsas by predicting nny- hing bid defeat, yet there is a 'eclin glha.t the steadily improv tig Porkers will turn In their Inest performance al this llomc- 'oming affair, r, happened ihl? line last year when nationally- •anked Texas A&M were otitplay- cl but squeaked by with a 7-0 win ivar Arkansas. Arkansas fans will troon into •'ayettcville from miles around g'gin.i! hostelry for 50 miles in 3Very dii'cctioh. 'Every soul Is «:• )ccted to bo filled. Bi-byles said his only hope wan Homecoming for Juniors Her© Tonight Tonight is Homecoming for IhC Junior team and a double header is in store foi local fans. the 7lh ahd 8lh graders will meet Camden at C p w. Follewfng this game the local Juniors will meet the Camden Jufilors. MAXWELL HOUSE and FOLGERS Lb. Con SUGAR PINTO BEANS 2 a 23c ALL FLAVORS CREAM SNOWDRIFT 3 - MIRACLE WHIP SMAD DRESSING Quart 49c 200 SIZE KLEENEX 2 SARDINES AUNT JEMIMA 5 Lbs Boxes 10 Lbs, 25 Lbs. 39c 75c 1.39 HOME GROWN Sweet Pofafoes LETTUCE * 10c LIGHT CRUST 10 Lbs. 25 Lbs, FROSTY ACRES FROZEN FOOD SPECIAL Large, Limas • Small Limos Brussel Sprouts • Broccoli Cauliflower • Cut.Beans Corn' • Okro •"Spinach English Peas f . . , Box RED CARROTS 3 EXTKA FANCY. — Washington Ub, P if Y E R S GRADE A Ub, , FAT end TINDER FEED THE PARKING METER SSw •? \lFHS"t AP Poll Puts Big 9 Teams in Top Spots By THE ASSOCIATBb PRESS El Dorado and Little ROck Wall held the one top spots in the Associated Press' schoolboy football rankings this week, but Fort Smith lost third place to Little Roek Central. ]S1 Dorado, which bids to clinoh its first Bi^ Nine Conference title tomorrow night, collected all seven first place votes for a maximum of 70 points. Hall gathered nil but two ballots for second place for n total of 01. Central, after a 13-0 defeat of North Little Rock, leaped from sixth Io third with fi3 points, Fort Smith, 27-13 upset victim of Hot Springs, dropped from third to sixth with 1)2. Hope and Little Rock Catholic, both Class AA teams, stayed in the fourth and fifth spots with 4R uncl 30 points respectively VVest Memphis retained seventh with 20. Comvay. defeated toy Hopfe, fell from eighth into a 10th place tic with Do Queen, each with nine points. Forrest City jumped into IHfe top 1C for the first tiriie, taking the spot vacated by Coriwny with 18 points. Van Buren was steady in ninth place with 11 points. Other teams receiving votes were North Little Rock 3, Hot Springs and Greenwood 2 each and Fayettevillc 1. Hope Star Classified Ads AOS MUST I! IN OHICt DAY BEFORE PUIU6ATION -. PHONt 7>S4!1 FOR AD TAKER The schedule of SoliUiar as printed below, has beeh taltfefi fi'om John AldefS Knight's Solufi&J? fables. Plaft your dayii so that jrou Will be fishing In good teffltot-y or hunting in good cover' doMhg these times, if you wish te flhd the best sport that each day hfe* tb 6/fer. The Majof Periods at-e shown in boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and. a half or two hoUrs" the'fe» after. The Minor Periods, shown In regular type, are 1 of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P,M, Minor Major Minor Mdjot Thursday 7:20 Friday 8:15 Saturday 9:10 Sunday 10:00 1:05 2:00 2:55 3:45 7:60 8:45 9:40 10:30 1:35 2!30 3!25 4:15 News Briefs TEXARKANA, Ark (AP) — Rape charges were filed yesterday against a 39-year-old Texarkaria painter accused of assaulting a 9-year-old girl in his apartment. The accused man, Desmond D. Bryan, is expected to face trial in Miller Circuit Court Nov. 24, Deputy Prosecutor John Goodson said. Bryan was held without bond in Miller County Jail. Goodson said the attack occurred Tuesday. The girl was treated al a hospital here and released. A pliysican confirmed she had been raped, Deaths Around the Nation Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS KANSAS CITY (AP)— Johnson Olin Couch. 53. a member of the hoard of directors of the, Kansas City Southern Railroad, died on \Vcclnesrlnv after nn illness.of two weeks. He was the son of Harvey Couch, former president a n cf chairman of the board of the railroad. He was born in Athens', La. PHILADELPHIA rAP)—A. Clif- the blinding speed Arkansas has in its brickfield. Halfbacks BilN Kyser and Jim Mcoty are fugitives from any v cnUefiate track squad and Donnie Stone, running at fullback, is the power man, If the Razonbacks get the hustle and vicious tackling and blocking demonstrated in their 60-15 drubbing of PIqrdln-Simmons last week, it could be an interestiing Salw- da v afternoon. "SMU is a lot more football team than their record indicates." Broyles opined and most scribes nsrpc with him.* The Mustangs played fine football against Notre Dame and losi 'Meredith In Uio third period. Their outine against Ohio State., without Meredith, could have just tis well t ended in victory and they handled Georgia Tech in stride avid dropped a close one Io Rice With Meredith back the Ponies flattened Texas A & 1U 33-0 and have repched n now peak in sharpness The desniie losses to Notre Dame, Ohio State and Rice are ranked the 15th team in Ihe nation by the latest* Associated Press Poll, In conference play they have downed Texas and A & M/ and nt'ter Arkansas face Baylor and TCU. The contest here Saturday cnnUl (add n lot to the prestige of the oft- I beaten Rn?.orbaoks or continue SMU along the road to r. post» season bosvj game, VAN BUR.K'N, Ark. (AP) — Work is scheduled to begin late this month on a $450,000 soybean oil processing plant to be built by the Crawford County Farm Bureau Co-operative The plant will have a capacity of 500,000 bushels and employ at least two shifts of about 35 workers each. EL DCRA'DO. Ark. (AP)—Union County Coroner Dr. J. H. Pinsoir Jr. yesterday ruled ns accidental Hie death of Mrs. Laura .Christine- Langley, 39-year-old beauty shop operator. Pinson said Mrs. Langley, who died Oct 26 at Smackover, took an overdose of a sedative. WASHINGTON (AP)—Arkansas-' 3958 rice crop .was estimated by the Agriculture Department yesterday "at 11,121,000 hundredweight, an average of 3,300 pounds an acre. Other estimates 1 of Arkansas crops included 46,G25oOOO bushels ot ,soy : beans and 3,000,000 pounds ef pecans. JONESBORO, Ark. (AP)—Scottie Gerald .Adams, 27-year-old Cash, resident, died In a hospital here yesterday of injuries he received in a farm accident Monday. He was hurt when his clothing caught in the power take-off of n trailer he was operating, crushing him against it, Wtnttd Heps §tBf fettfg 6pgft far years and &v«f, Apjily at Star 12 MAW age 2~o-ofl, Old estflblished Ihs. Ml. dem&ct fiaH fr&^ier, P.6. Sdk 103 of gnykei- Motel. Salary; arid cbnimissiofc. Phone fft Wonttd »o Rtnt EEbfiOOM house. Furnished or unfurnished. Conthct H. 0, Wai-d P^ohi* 12-Otb The Negro Community CtlherHleki Phftrt* 7-4671 or 74474 Thought for the day Dbst than love lift? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of — Franklin, Calendar of Events' Revival services are in progress nt the Holy Ghost Temple Church bf God in Christ, McNabi Guest minister is Elder L, • W. Williams of Nashville. Elder L. C. Washington, pastor. The Athletic Department of Clow Training School; under the direction of Ri D.'Hawkins, will present A. J. Talley and his variety show featuring the "Dots," the "Flamingoes" the "l^overi" and the "Johnny Williams Quartet" of Yerger High School, Thursday,. Nov. 13 at .8 p,m. Admission 25c. "Little B. Bf King", will furnish music for the social. The Anna P. Strong Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Leona Metcalf Friday, Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m. All members be present. ai'e asked to For Salt ALUMINUM stfechs, ddofl, gt6«fl Windows,. \tfefitheF « llfippifili in« guiatiofi, fooling, aivfiiHfs, |ut« tefiHg, ornamental ffifliflg, iTeft estimates, Ahdy Andrew^ Ph8fl« 9-tf HOUSE fa m Fof sale by bid, 422 West §ti-eet, Mape, Ark, Hayfflbftd PhoHS 9.26Sfl. 15'hfrHJ WANT AD RATE§ / Aft W<5nt AJs 5W poySb'S Id 8d»ofic6 buJ ods will bd occi^fSd SvSf (HS ISlSpltoFlS dfid or.-ortoda- f!6fl 6ta>Ufih al!8*Sd with tht Uh' " IfiSifig fhj Stcouhf 14 pdyoblS M6Uffiehl Is fcndefgd. She Mbfitt- 4.50 6.60 ^.§0 . &f Up to 15 tfi to 26 it' »' & 2« ta 30 35 bay •a 1.0 .90 iiso 10oO STUbfiBAKKR bick'uf). bed, heater, cledfi ahd iB food condition. Phone ^$204 or "" S< fa 48 1.20 2.40 -41 W 4S 1 35 7.fO 4S f6 50 1.50 3.66 Six boys 1.50 2.60 158 300 3.50 4.06 16.56 12.00*' 1153"15.60 il-tf room house, $1,060. A gobd buy to rebuild of move, J6!iM W. Webb, Ozan, Ark, 2i4frt'p 8 Acres, Hope edge, modern 4 Voom furnished. $6,000 — $2,600 down payment. Balance like rent. 106 acres, good stand of pMM, some logs, and pttlpwood tor mdrk et, $10,000. Torms t Strbiit ite Agency. 020 West" 67'rfig'hsvay, 19al C3LDS f-'oi-d'or, hardtop. Sooot second car, Call PR 1-2-181, ' 27-tf FIVE room home. Dinette "and car- t port. Completely iJiirnjslic'd. Sell' cheap for quick" sa'le." Ph'one." 7r 4047. -, ' 31-l2lji UPRIGHT "Orrind piano and', one Standard Royal Typewriter. Cal 7-3768. ' -••.••• ll^ 5.00 elASSIFieD DISPLAY 1 tlW* ..„„!. 804 fit iftth 3 tlttieS , 654 pel- Ihch 6 limes , 55e pef {hch Rates quoted -6b6v6 afe faf tan' Sicutlve idsertlohs. Iffeguldf of skip" date ads will take the one-day rate. All dSlli/ dlossifted odvcftlsiht) co|iv *lll be becept^d until S p.m. for publifotlort, thf* followihg doy. The publisher K'Efirvcs the fight to i t&ylse of edif all odvostischients of v f^fid 'f6f tublltdtioh and ta reject dhy obieettenable ddvoHisifig submitted. Initials of one or more lettsrs, flfoUp'S 8f- ficiLircs, surh as house or telephone hurnbers count as one wofd. a.The Hope Star will not be respon- Sltjle'for errors in Want Ads unless «rrdrs' ar> called to bur attention tffter PIRST- Insertion of-ad and then ••for.ONLY ,thc.,ONE Incorrect insertion. PROSPECT 7-3431 0 ROOM house to be-moved. Fb: information call 7-4Q01 or. sei Ralph Saundcrs. • -• 12-t 1948 HUDSON Club Coupe. Clean Good condition. Call 'PR 7-586'4 Lost or Strayed LIGHT roan cow, with shorthorns weighs about 850. IBs. ' Contac Burgess Garrctt, 7-4489. , 12-3tp The CYF of BeBee Memorial OME Church svill hold its installation service Sunday, Nov. 16 at ~ 6 p.m. Guest speaker will be Mrs. E. L. Hicks. The public is invited. For Rent At 9 a.m. Nov. 14, the NHA chapter will present an Oratorical contest at Chapel Assembly. Three awards will be given. Th'e public is invited to attend. LOCAL trailers. Byers Gu'll--Ser vice. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. '• 8-lTno'c NICELY Furnished 4 'room, apart ment. Adults only. 801 East 3rd. No drinking ' 3-t: The Hope -Civic Improvemen Association will meet at Hick Funeral Home tonight (Thursday at 7:30, All members are asked t< be present: ATCHISON, Kan. (AP> ,— The undofeatec! and uniied football team of St, Benedict's (9-0) scored again turned Wednesday firemen when saved they the home of John Savory, Near the end of practice the play'ers heard a couple of gtudenfc yell, fire They rushed to Savory's home a block avvpy and quickly' extinguished the -fire. One played nubled St, Benedict's Coach Ivan Schptlel; "Best team speed vou guys have shown oJl season," TV WITH IX51MIIVI f91PIN ALBANY, N. Y, (AP) — H m«y not be a record, but few will denv that it's unusual when four broth' er? ojay on the sqme soccer (earn, Three ' "of thf Onrs'onlierwn)^ brothe.rs, Hnlmuth, 3?. Otto, ?9, :d Gerhard, 27, have been standouts of the Albanv Ath'etio Soccpr Club. Karl, §4, -will join, the team Sunday, Mo< BOSTON, body of pyntio pojjti"ni decades, will lira OnrJev, — Th» All members of Hempsteac County Barrack, Veterans of Worlc War I are asked to be presen for a meeting at the Communitj Center, East 3rd Street, Saturday Nov. 15 at 1:U5 p.m, Please brinj, your discharge. Business of im poi-t'ance will 'be discussed, Lee Tyus, commander, McCaskill HD Club News Tlie McCaskill. IHD Club met il the home of Mr. .and 'Mrs, Joe Walker, Thursday, Nov. 6, witl Mrs, 'Rhoda Jones, president pro siding, Roll call was answered with a good health hint; Fallowing the business session, a demonstratloj- wa's given on "iHome Made Body Deodorants, Both Powder and Liquid," Leaflets were given on the demonstration, fh& iDecefn'ber meeting will be hejct'.in the,, home of Mrs. B, L Johnson with a Christmas parly JSaoh 1 member js askeci to bring a gift. Obituary N9ti?e Mrs, Mary Scott passed, away at her JiciiTie in Blevins, Wednesday, No'v, 12, Funeral arrange' nients are incomplete and will be by Hicks Funeral Homo. Bre\v HoUow near piosplint lived up to its name again, Police found ' a moonsniue the.re Wednesday, ' in =tate n ( the Statehouse until his Purjev died \Vprtnesday,' Right shoj-f of his §4 f h, birthdny, Pe was' considered the lf)?t of cpuntry's , big pity politjpal a,t the JVjusoum of J<34ustry Uj has still wa's named, begause of a Homemade beer - industry which once flourished in the NEWARK, N.J (AP) "- Jt an impwlsgj , said, Clitfovd him t9 turn a fa)?e . flrln I fiav? RR impulse to send you ' {9 jail far 69 r ppUe<J And he sa|d, ee, CfiissgQ's the .A-«»r» moot.., . mil I? p4?;§Jflng a mile P£ JO a in tlie Whitg JQ, JSST. - I2p.al?J Pi* 4 ROOM unfurnished 'duplwOvith private bath, 1002 S. Elm. 'Phone PR 7-2253. . ll-3tc 2 BED'ROOM home.' Close • in on pavement.' Like new. 'T, N. ; Be lew. • ' - H-3tc Female Help Wonted TWO waitresses. Appljr' in 'person Diamond Cafe, Hope, -'Ark', ' GIRT., for car hop, - Must. be. 18 Apply at King's Drive-Inn, • • ". , - ,7-6tc AVON Cosmetics has ': immediate openings for mature' women''no otherwise employed;to- s*ei-vice excellent Avon territories, Car earn $2,00 or more per' hour' Pleasant, dignified work,, Opejv ings in Fulton,- MoNab", McCa's< kill and Columbus,' Car hetjes- sary. Write Avon., Box 377; Hoi Springs, Ark. Give diregti'ons to home. ' • • ' " :2-10(e Instruction PRIVATE music lessons on n)l S aphpnes, Cornet, Trombone; Baritone, Piano, Piano Acc'o'rdion/ & Organ, Phone PR' 7*3309; or s|e Rev, S, Joseph Geno for 00271^ plete details, 13r6tc' Funeral Director$ Ambulance Service Burinl Association FUNERAL HOME ,' Pial PR " ' ' . We triiwrt " . ,,. MATTBB§I 7» Weil 4th, Hope Star Star •» He»« 1199; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published)'ever^ weekday afternoon by ' STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs, C.- El Rainier, president AIM. H. Woshburn, Socy-Trci, .. •» The Star Building ' 211-14 South Walnut Street x , Nope, 'Arkansas AIM. H. Waihburn; Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Dane) Parker, Advertising Mgr. Ceorgt W. • Hosmer, Meeh. Supt. •' Entered at second class matter at th* -Poft OHIee at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1197. •Member of the Audit Bureau .of •' . . Circulations Subscription Ftotos (payable In • i • • advan:2) (J By carrier In Hope and neightnrlrvj towns •— Per week ..; S .JO P«r-year 1i60 .-By mall In HempMearl, Nevada, taFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — . One, month $ .15 ThrM months 1.B5 jtt>«nthi 3.30 9n* year *- so •i/AII',othor moil — ',', One month ., 1,30 (*' Thrte months 3.90 " Sli 'months 7,80 On* year.'..." /' Nor'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dallies, Inc., 1602 Stcrlrk B|dg, Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 "'oxos BanK Bfdg., Pallas 2, Texas; ?oO N Michigan Ave,, Chicago 1, III,; 60 E. 42nd St,,- NPW York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldjj., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., OklnHomo City 2, -Oklo, .Member of The Atweldted Press; The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for rqpubllcatlon bfialljhe local news printed in this newspaper, 'as well as all AP news dispatches,• Taylor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS — ?16 8,' Hazel Orvllle Taylor Phone 7-4022 John Bill Jordan WANTED TO BUY j»irje pulpWeoo by-TrueK Load • Cut In\Wopds or otherwise, HAROLD HENDRIX GRIM. CAFE JMAKFAST Home Style Hot Biscuit* Open 3 A, M. to 6 P, M, MATTRf5Sf$ • .Ifltt lI1n^^^ Ouarinf lirvist ssma Yl? Phent' Pfl slaughtering, for hides, JQ miles, phpjie BR ,7»87»- ' ' .. -

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