Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 15, 1958 · Page 4
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fags HOP! STAR, Guernsey Wins Pair From Emmet Foofball sy THE El Omiulo I Hoi Springs 0 Lilllc Ruck Coritni I 2n t Pino filuff Spring Hill Drops three at Bradley Spring Hill dropped three games Garland Goes Unbeaten in Grade Play Gal-hind downed a hard fighting 1 Port smith 31. North Little ftotk Conch Then James Guernsey cny- 0 oi-s won 2 otil of 3 enmos Insl nit,IH Bivth.-Mllc 13. Tux.irkntin 0 jnl Bradley Iqsl night with the senior | Oplesby (mm last Saturday night in their own eym by dofoi.t ing Km-, Utllo Hoi-U Hull 21. Jackson- hoys losing SO to 49. Hitckaboc was, at K-Park to go undefeated for high for Spring Hill with 13 and > 1058 nnd cop this year's Little Star Classified ds ADS MUST BE IN OFFICE DAY BEFORE PUBLICATION - PHONF ?«3431 POK AD TAKER mot. villr 0 Melba Bristow hit for 17 and Lucille Rosonbnum and .fnnn .tamos Bpnlnn 0 Shaver of Bradley tallied 29. mak- 13, Helena (J Ci-nsse't 2(i Cumdon Fail-view ft Vnn Uurcn 39. Harrison 13 Hope 50. Arkndclphia 0 Wynne 13. McCroiy 0 Maanolia 28. Camden it Newport 18, Stuttgart 0 RuR.-ellvllIc 7. Shblnco 1, Springfield Parkview 18, gl-abbed 0 apirco as the Oueni.-vy ' 'I''') J.r. Girls edued mil a 29-27 wiii. ' Jon Lame Booker led tho losers with ', Crn .10, Suzanne Jones had !) uncl Paaln [ n I Dougfin cotilititicfl her' scoring spree as she looped in 20 points to pace the Emmet Si-, girls, ill a 50-24 victory. Barbara Faulkner had 13, Loininiip Thciss 8 nnd' Janice Matthews 7. l..inda Brisknv tleville 0 Was high for Guernsey with 10. Jo. Kmnc-knvoi- 13, Malvcrn 8 Mlsler got 4 uncl Jjinplti? UaiiKheiiy t-illlr R-ick Catholic at Sheridan 2, Emmet led fl-fi. 32-1-f smcl 'Ki-22'cancelled al the qunrlcrs. Libei-iy Kychni. Tox. 13, Ash- Guernsey Sr. boys took n ,111-37 cln iV M ° , . ., „ . . Win in an'overtime as the ru K iiln- ; c ,reemvno(t 1, Almn 0, forfeit ticm yame ended in o 34-34 tie ' Bi-.'ryville w - HunlsVilIe 0 William Foslnr sucked 27. Clorald, Adain.5 0 and Odd Adainjs 5 for the j winners, Miehael Samuels paced Wr-si Memphis G, Forrest Cily 0. , ing good on 15 of 10 free losses. tht> Spring Hill senior girls lost ''8 to 29 with Linda Galloway loop ing points for tho losers. The Spring Mill Junior girls dropped a 37 to 24 decision In Bradley with Sue Harvel making 21 points. RR Denied RighHo Abandon Stations LITTLE HOCK iAPi- Lcfietie Football Championship, the Garland boys won six in a row but had no easy time of it as none of the victories were lopsided. Practically all of the games were Won by one or two touchdowns for all teams concerned. | Paisley finished a close second with a 4 and 2 won-Ioss record with Oglcsby and Brookwood tied for third place. Each team played 0 games, all being played at K- Fark on Saturday nights. Garland was coached by Bob Wcslbrook. Paisley by Bill Gunter Emmet with 18. Gilbert had 14 and Bobby Dougim 5. Guernsey led KM, 17-14 and 2«-I(l :tt the qnni-lor-!. Emmet lied up the game in the final period by getting 14 points while holding Guernsey to 5 tallies. PRE-CHRISTMAS PERMANENTS DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON JEAN - EDITH - DIANE Pho. 7-3118 204 S. Main 1OW-FRIC1 TV WITH IXCtUSIVI /MOTOR01A OOIOEN OUARANTH Full y?ar guarantee on all tubes *nd parts, 6 years on Golden Tube Sentry Unit. Use u stereo speaker. Fu>- i*hM; Charcoal, Grained Mahogany or G r • i D • d Blond. Mod•I 31T6S. Ik OMIVMI fciMt 229" UH TOUf rlApf EASY PAY TIRE STORE 214 E. 2nd. Hope, Ark. P.-ilfSlille 12. Pnl.-ihotllflS 12, ft Bniixitp 'M. Lonolte 0 Bismarck 20. Deaf School 0 Bcnrden 40, Watson Chapel 13 MaRiict Cove IS, Carlisle 0 De Queen 39. Melia 0 Diurks 20, Presrol 12 Dumas 32, Dormott 0 I£n|{liitul 13. l-tny.cn 0 Gordon 14, Hot springs Lakeside 12 Mountain Homo 19, Hardlny Horatio 111. Stamps 13 Hamburg 12. White Hall 0 Minenil Springs 7, Lewisville 0 Nashville 14, Foreman 7 Clarksville 11, Ozark 0 OscLuila 2C, Paragould G Paris 20, Mansfield 0 Star City 27, Eudora 0 Wilson 25, Hughes 0 Parkin 9, Clarendon 7 •' Crnwfordsvillc Q, Marion 0, (tin) Charleston 3D, Hartford 6 Marinnna 39. Des Arc 0 Monticello at Fordyco, postponed until Monday Earlo 33. Joiner Shawno 0 Trumann 32, Harrisburg Q DC Witt 2H. Brinldey 6 Gilotl at Mill-veil, postponed un- 1 Monday Silonm Springs 7, nojrors 0 Bald Knob 7. Cabot G . , , ' —.-..».— v ,,, ^ n.i-jjt- t y uj uiii WrUJlLLT to abandon train stations in two' and Grady Uurton Oglesby by southwest AHtnnsas ton-n.i were Jerry O'Neal and Jimmy Cham- gollege Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Maryland 26, Miami iFla) 14 Emporiu Suite 20, Central Okla 8 Nob Wesleyan 21, Doane 7 West Chester 85. Cheyney fPa) 0 Humbolclt 12, Hawaii Univ G Delta (Miss) State 13, Henderon (i Ark State Tchrs 33, Millsaps 7 San Diego : Univ 45, Eepperdine Sputjiprn (SD) State 38, Dakota psleyan G Tarkio 13, St. Marys (Kan) 0 Baker 0, Ottawa tKani '2 is'uw Mexico Highlancls 20, Colq. ado College 14 tale Teachers 33, MilJsnps 0 Delta tate 13, Henderson C Itirnetl down yesterday by (lie A|- kansas Comrnorco Cnmmisplon. Missouri Pacific Lines sought to discontinue a station ;it Oitolnna and Kansas: City Southern f Inos wanted to close nno at ilorailo. Jimmy Cham' bless, and Brookwood by Monty Monts. Much praise is due these coaches for tho time spent and the fine job done svith those boys. The sportsmanship was outstanding throughout the season. I Prescott News F. E, Hlghtower Rotary Speaker H. VV. Reynolds was program chairman at the Rotary Club Tuesday at the Lawson Hotel and In- '.roiitlced F. E. Hightuwcr, oKic of General Telephone Co. of Tex- iirkana. He spoke on th? local telephone exchange and the change to be made to the dial system. Visiting Rotaria is were Rufus V. Herndon Jr., Hope and Leo Lim- merherst of Texarkana. Kenneth Heaves had as his guest, Guinn Sommer of Arkndclphia. Mrs. Claud Cox Hostess To Circle 2 of VVM U Mrs. Claud Cox was hostess to Circle 2, WiMU of the First Bap- .ist Church at her home on Monlay afternoon. , The devotional was given by Mrs. J. M. Ingram followed with jrayer by Mrs. Roy Stainton. Mrs. Stainton assisted by Mrs. M'cttin lo'binson, Mrs. Warren Payne and •Mrs. Charles Wilmore, presented the study ".Into A New World." The meeting closed with prayijr by Mrs. Robinson. A salad course was served by the hostess to 13 members and a guest, Mrs. Kenny McHae. Mrs. Uedbetter Entertains CWp The Christian Women's Fellow ship of' the First Christian C'hurc .was .unte.rtainpd on Monday at'tei noqn by Mirs. Dennis Ledbettei- a the 'church. The president'Mrs. Homer War. called the meeting to order wit: prayer. Following the 30114 "Far to Face," Mrs, Grace Gee gav tho des'otional entitled "\Vidpr Your Heart -For Concern For Th Isolated." Mrs. Bert Wingiield attired in a Mexican costume, spoke on Mex ico and displayed several Movican articles. During the social hour the hostess served a dessert course. Tho schedule at Solttflaf Periods, as printed below, has beeh takefi from John Alden knight's Soluhai 1 Tables. Plan your days So that you will be fishing Ifi 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 afe shows ifi boldface type, These begin at the times shown and last fof ah hotlf and a half or two hours there» after. The Minor Periods, showtl in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M, Minor Major Minor Major Wanted Hope Staf fhtife o{>efi for bo.Vs 12 years and oVef. Apply at Mope Star Office. Salesman Wanted MAN wanted for Rawleigh bus! ness in S. Hempslead Co. 01 Hope. Real opportunity. No ex pcrience needed to start. See Corwih Crow, Ht. 1 Box 30, Nash ville or write Rawleigh's Dept AKK-d4i'0, Memphis, Tenn. 14'2tp Ralurdny 9: JO 2:55 Sunday 10:00 3:45 Mcmday 10:50 4:35 Tuesday 11 :^0 5:25 Wcdnes. 6:10 Thursday 12:45 6!B5 Friday 1:30 7:40 Saturday 2:15 8!35 Sunday 3:00 9:10 0:40 3125 10;;-!0 -)!1S 11:15 5100 11:33 5145 \s:'l5 6:30 1-10 7:15 1:55 8:45 2:40 8!45 3:25 9:30, Brownie Troop 2 Meets Brownie Troop 2 met on Monday afternon at the Teen Age Club. The girls made little leather western neckties with Troop 2 printed on it. Prayer- was by Gilda Fay Hincs. > Cold drinks and cookies were served by the hostess, J-anette McAnnally assisted -by her mother, to the 12 Brownies present and to mothers, Mrs. Clayton Friend and Mrs. Aubrey Anderson, leader. MAIL-IN CLASSIFIED AD ORDER The Quick and Inexpensive Way To Do Business INSTRUCTIONS; Put your Classified Ad Words in Squqres Below'' . , , one word to the square. Put the number of days you want your Ad to run in square - qf bottom. Then figure your cost **»»n"'"'v» t»- *,».„. ' J^OT^^OW^*,, ^. ^^^ -• EXAMPLE; 15 words runs 3 days ., 90c — 6 days ., 1,50 -.NAME APPRESS NO- - PHQNE No, 9 Ad I; To Run gnd Mail — Che,ck ,. Mpnty Qr^er I $* t,'*." Hfre's How YPH Fifwrf Your Totql Cos»... .''/'. . . 1 Tiqol' ... 3Tim.fi, 6 Tirpfs . , ': Ua tp i^ word? ,4§ . , SQ • }.§Q '' ;.".,- J6 JQ f9 Words . .„ ,'6Q ; 1,|Q |,9Q '21 Js'g§ Wfds ..„,., ,7§, - 1'^Q ' g.^Q ••'• ; 9Q ' J 14S • 5,9-P_ Jim Fai r ch||d Celebrate7 1 -C< Birthday Anniversary Jim Fairchikl celebrated his 9th birthday, with a party given by his parents, Mr, and Mirs. Ervin Fairchild, at their home on Monday afternoon. Games were played ^vith Danny Ingram winning the prize. Pencil sharpeners were given as favors. The pin,k q n d green birthday cake ;vas topped with nine candles. Mrs. Fail-child was assisted by Mrs Wallace Purtle and Mrs. J. W. Oliver in serving cake, ice cream and cold drinks to those nrescnt,' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tu'berville spent Monday in Texarkana. 'Little Miss Carol Crune. returned to her home in Texarkana M'ondaj after a visit with iMr, and Mrs". Bob Yni'ibrough and Mrs. J. S. Crane. Mr. and (Mrs. Charlie Thomas and Mrs. J, O. Coloman spent Tuesday in Little Bock as the guest of Dr. and, Mrs, Jim Thomas, Jim and David; and Dr. and Mrs. George p'akis Jr., Glenn and Gregg. -Mrs, F.lorine Buchanan has returned from Tulsa, OWa, where she was the guest of her son, Don- ioll Buchanan and family. Housewives Create TV Statistics By FRED DANZIG United Pres International NEW YORK <UPI>—The radio listening habits of housewives have created some statistics in a survey on television viewing, Tho llth annual Videolown survey, published .today, finds housewives prefer morning radio listening to morning TV viewing. "Compared to TV viewing," says the report, "morning radio listening absorbs mo.rc time for all people, especially ' housewives. Housewives listen 'to the radio 0 hours. 44 minutes per week in the mornings and watch TV only 1 hour. 10 minutes per week in the morning." Vidcotown is Iho name applied to New Brunswick. N. J., a ciiv of 40,000 that gels its TV and •adio habits analyzed each yrstjr ay researchers hired by the New York advertising firm of Cun- lingham and Walsh. The rtndom sampling for 1958 included l.OUR of the approximately 11,500 fami- ies in Videoicnvn, The survey has become an important one to the TV industry, which g'aujies the habits of viewers from the sta- InsfrucHon PRIVATE music lessons on all Sax* aphoncs. Cornel, Trombone, Baritone, Piano, Piano Accordion Organ, Phono PR 1f*3309 or see Rev. S. Joseph Geno for complete details, 13-Otc The Negro Community Either Hlekt Phone T-4678 or 74474 Thought for the day The heart has eyes that the brain knows nothing of — Parkhurst, Calendar of Events Revival services are in progress at the Holy Ghost Temple Church of God in Christ, McNab. Guest minister is Elder L. W. Williams of Nashville. Elder L. C. Washington, pastor. The CYF of BeBee Memorial C'M'E Church will hold its installation service Sunday, Nov. '16 at 6 p.m. Guest speaker will be Mrs. E. L. Hicks. The public is- invited. All members of Hempslead County Barrack, Veterans of World War I are asked to be present for a meeting at the Community Center, East 3rd Street, Saturday, Nov. 15 at 1:15 p.m. Please bring your discharge, Business of importance ' will' 'be discussed. Lee i Tyus, commander. Pet SoU ALUMINUM screens, doors, stofffi Windows, Weather « stripping. IB' stilatioh, roofing, awnings, gilt' toring, ornamental railing, Ffde estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone V-SBflt 9-tf _ B TO BE MOVED sale by bid. 422 West third Street, Mope, Ark. ftaymond Syers Phone 7-295fJ. 13'1'W't! I9n0 STtfDEBAKER pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and ifi good condition. Phohe 7-2204 6f ?'4011. 29'H FIVE room house. 81,006. A good buy to rebuild or move, Johi) W. Webb, Ozan, Ark. 2Ulnvp 10.51 OLDS Fordor. hardtop, Good second car. Call Pit 7-2487. 27-tf FIVE j'oorri home, Dinette and carport. Completely furnished; Sell cheap for quick sale. Phone 74047, W-Ol'c : G ROOM house to bo moved, For information call 7-4001 or see Ralph Sounders. 12-tf 1948 HUDSON Club Coupe. 'Clean, Good condition. Call PR 7-5864. 12-3t'c 8 ACRES,' Hope edge, modern 4 room furnished house. $fi,000 — $2,500 dbwnpnymont, Balance like rent. 11 ACRES. 1,000 ft. Hwy, 67 fror age. Fully modern 5 room' home Ideal business, sites. STiROUT REALTY CO, G20 W. G7 Hwy. 15-Gt WANT AD RATES All Want Ads SM piyaf/S !n advahc£ but ads will be -jccdpfed bvef thS tSlophbnc and ar^onioda- tibfi dcroimts allowed with thd un- dersfarfdirnj when Bf Words Up tb IS 16 to >0 J) to 25 26 to 30 §1 to 35 36 la ' Dav •4.5 .60. 75 .90 1 05 1.40 dccounf is pdyahla is rendered. fhfes Ddy«i 90 I.JO 1.50 1 PO 2 10 l« 45 1-35 46 to 50 1.50 270 300 Days 1 50 200 2 50 300 3 50 4.60 4 50 500 Month 4.50 6.00 1050 1200 1350 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Hhie SOi pef Inch 3 tiw^s 65f per Inch 6 times 55c pef inch Kates cjubted dbovi! arc fof con- Seclitlvd • insertions, Irregulof of skip date ads will takd the one-day rate. Allidplly. Classified advertising C °PV Will be accepted until 5 p.m. (4 , publication the following day. The publisher roscrves the fiaht to fe*tse of edit all advertisements of fefed. far publication and to ..reject any 'objectionable advertising submitted. " Initials of one or more letters, groups of figures, such as house or telephone numbers count as 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 then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. •PHONE: PROSPECT 7-343r\ For Rent jOCAL trailers, Byers Gulf Ser vice. Call Day or Night 7-9955. 8-lmq NICELY Furnished 4 room apart ment- Adults only. No drinking 801 East 3rd. 3-t ROOM unfurnished house. Ne\y ly decora-ted, -Miss Lillie Middlp brooks. 7-2894. ' 14-3t tisties. All-Time High •Mrs, \Volls H"a,m<by was a Monda; ,'isitor in Hot Springs. Mr. nnd. M.rs. S. 0, Logan re urncd Monday from Dallas where hey hqd, been tho guests of thoit •laughter. JVJ'rs, Steele Moore and amily. Rev. J, H, Robertson and R, W, Reynolds visjteci Cuss MeCaskil] 1 St. Michael's hospital, where he s a patient, Tuesday, 'Mrs, O, G, Hirst, Mrs, Frank ilbort and 'Mrs. D, L, McRap Jr. lotorod to Lilt]? Ropk Tuesday for the day, Mrs. Thorno HsstprJy, Miss Fay Lonmis, Miss Ellen Made Holt nnd Mrs, Robbie WJJspn aitond>d the ballett Busse da Monte Carlo at the Robinson Auflilorium in Lit* tie Rook, ft'foqday night, 'Despite the increase in morning radio listening, the Video town survey reports that TV viewing is at an all-time high. About 20 »or cent of each person's waking life is spent before a TV screen, tho reuort said. Total average viewing time per person is 22 hours- 7 minutes per wek, of which IS hours and 4R minutes arc spent in the fivo wokclays. The onlv family members who have rut their TV viewing aro thn children clown about one hour, r week, Virieotown rr-Tarehprs, lod bv Gerald W, Tasker, iho Madison Avenue agenev's resoareh dlreo- UPSTAIRS apartment. 3 large rooms and private bath.'203 Hig'l Street. ' ' 15-t Femole Help Wanted Saturday, Nov. 15 will be "Poppy Day." Let us remem'ber those comrades who gave their lives for America. On Poppy Day, let xis be among the, first to wear their memorial flower. Wearing a Pop-j AVON cosmetics has immedlat py means we honor, and are grate-1 O p enin g s ^ or m , )tur ' e women no otherwise employee) to service excellent Avon territories, -Can earn $2,00 or more per" hour Pleasant, dignified \york. Open ings in Fulton, McNab, McCas kill and Columbiis. Car neces- ful to those who gave ( Xheir all | that America might remain a free land; Club No, 3 of the Rising Star Baptist Church wiH sponsor chilli supper in the annex of the church Saturday night, Nov. 15. Ice cream -will be on sale. Mrs. F, N. Piggee, 'chairman; Rev, M. S. Riley, pastor, sary, Write Avon, Box 377, Hot Springs, Ark, Give directions to home, 12-lOfc The Matrons of Garret Chapel Baptist Church will observe their annual day Sunday, Nov. 1(5 at 3 p,m, Mirs, E. M, Bcckely of Little Rqck will be gupst speaker. The Matrons of Lonoke and Rising Star Baptist chiU'ctjes will be special guests, Funeral Directors on program tor, also reported preferences. Built-in Baby Sitter Among men, 70 pr-r cent Westerns best; 41 per con,t put variety shows spoond nnd sports came third with 30 per cent. Amorje women, variety was first 46 per cent. Next came pr»nprnl drama, with 3^ per cent, Situation comedy was third qt 38 per cenl, and. a fourth at 27 per cent were Westerns. .Both men and women placed ciui> shoe's at the ton of the lia when asked wiujf type o{ shov .hey most disliked Anoth.Pi 1 nha«p of tVr Videotow ineiuded. a st^dv nnion, i on the effppf of TV upo heir children. "Mothers gyve i hardly any educational value a all, The Verger - Shover PTA -will hold its regular meeting Monday, Nov. 17 at 7;^0 p,m, in the High School Stijdy Hall, Notice Funerql services for Mrs. Mary Scott will ,be held Sunday, Nov. 10 at 3 p.m, at the Church of God in BJevins, purial in Mt, Morriah Cemetery with the Hicks Funeral charge, Ambulance Service Burial Association OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME Dial PR 7-2123, 30-lm-c Services Offered LET-.ui renovate y«ur old tress, We speciallif In red 'Innersprlng, • < " COBB MATTRK6)I SHOP , 713 Wert 4th; Pbo^« ' RALPH Montgomery Ifartwt, torn slaughtering, We havt meat for your cjeep freext,, 8tf tore ' Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Pros] 1927 Comoljdofod JonUory 18, 1929 Pliblfshed every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C, E, Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Sccy-Trcs, ( . . at The Star Building V, 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Wnshburn, Editor & Publisher Paul. H. Japes, Managing Editor Donal Parker,' Advertising Mgr, George* W, Hosmcr, Mcch. Supt. .Entered as second class matter at the Past Office at Hope, Arkansai, under the Act of March 3, 18971 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription kotos (payable in advan^s) By carrjer In Hope and neighboring towns — Per week S .30 Per year li 60 By rpail in Hempstead, Nevada, LdFoyette, Howard 'ancT'Miller Counties — One month .., $ -'5 Three,months ....'..., 1,85 SixV month'l ..,..'. 3.50 •«• y««r ;.... «.30 11 v. All, other matt — One month 1.30 vThree month? 3.90 Six month! 7-80 One year , 15,60 Nat'l Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterirk Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn,; 505 T exas Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; ?60 N Michlaon Ave., Chicooo 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., Now York 17, N. Y,; 1763 Penobscot. Sldg., Dqfrolt 2, Mich,;,*" Terminal Bldg., Oklnhomo City 2, Okla, Member of The Anuelated Pren; The Associated Press is« entitled ex- clus|ve.ly' to 4 the use, for republlcatlon of qll the 1 local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispafches, Jn the early rnornrrjg and again In the late aftpynopn, The rest of the time thpy ^peiiji in the safe Being jn IhebiigjfjeVs in vl)IC,H I iwpen tp find myseK,, quit? n'ntvtr ally it foljows ih^ti,ag>(he ^egsptis oass, I spejid 9 gj-pa,t tjpa,] pf Ume n the qnt4oQr§. JJpJ gll -••'-• time 'is tajspn, up, by fh •i§p qf vp<t pr iun- instpai ] hat jt I? PHUfUIy in|ej-.esting and ngtiHidiye, to \VfltfJ) Jhe hunting ind fishina methods of the avail age American sp«v(smai]. They ,dp. ' Tnkp trout fishing, for fhc "I^ver W t as wp pan },t for oonvenieuce. is 9 fajyjy small rpam. Mo^ Q£ the imp u j? clear, 3Q or 4Q (^ y nost. ]f ^ mqn |s Juefey be (ipt on tta s been any ' does not ppcjtj (o gee)? ' is jriip. o| Jt-|§ nqj wncpijjmqt} to pn "of qqa|§ often nqt a frpm fishing, pro, P of the , »«y vair ttvoygh and - coyer p,£ til? bay heqfis and the cat briars, ponT you beljevc it! Quail like qll svilcUife, ' respond to the S.alvinai' Periods. Npt so much to the rninov ppripds — t|l G se are to short in duration to have much effept, Pui t)ip bw'ds really do resppnfj \Q thp mpjor poj-iods, go if you have a major period conv v ing in during ' tho ywm noonday hours, don't \vas{e tl'is valuaible paHng u lPh or ipsjfinB arpund the cat', YQU pa^ t>p pretty sv»'o tha^ ftp, tyl'ds \yjjl v»p in tJip feed. ing sever dwrjug major soiuna*- Pecjof)s, Slioultj tfte Sojynur feripd. r e°me in ?w,m$ noon, tijp birds \vjll be feeding; b,y l^te sfternoon they \vjjl ijaye loft open opuptry for thp safety o| the resting paver they \yjll jjp lojigej' be 3JNGEH SEWING MACRIPTB CO, Sales and .Service, 513 East Sr4, L. E, Booth, Phope |»R,7'9695, -- 4 Tovlor & Jprdeiii USED CARS — BOPY SHOP t — FOREIGN CARS — 21« 9. Hazel Phone M022 Orvll)eTgy|or • John Pill Jordan CUSTOM slaughtering; Hogs $ Cattle for -hides, Haiiled. free u to JO miles, ph.Qiio,pR 7-3579 o 7-2701. 37-j.m Wf . P, A. P, W« JUflf lOT'.'-s 1 :' COMPAIT lf»8i(rtr IT»t Butanes YIBI ~ W(U itmi *' ?«pppse4 to behave Jlie Sftrqg gg q l!e ij, f^oy fjy In tho parly nW"'«g 3»fl the afternoon mast Pi' tjie time. Put always, If therp is % majqr per>n pi^gfags, eitUer in thg late Tiw;njng ar eaci/ a^ernoon -^ tinie you et muplj point tp'\vjiJl$ a PI' ^ nniHg it a sw corn fields on g gcjod fjy, Brptlteri- «a snji toe Write B A rbam' TO BUY Plne / Pulp\V9PO by Truck U'oad CM* In ,We9fls or otherwise. HAROLD HENDRIX Phen? PR 7'43?v »- 16th 4 Unisons, Hope, ^rk, s GRILL CAFE ""MRCA'KFAST — 35s — 50? =4. 65c Home Style H°f PiscMiti A, M, fs J, PrM, Fwrnitiirt * M*lf n n Ct, • ? - " 1 Ambulanet

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