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rroscott H6M, AftKAMSAf Natewfcgr 12/1938 ,.. . .. >,,„ ..„.,.. ,_ „ •• ...wr- ;j™tt»rfi« rnmp rasior Ih.'in Cxfrpcled in Prrscnft f'lirlny niaht |!^ Wtlfti the Cl.l^y nope Robcnls (nit- ;-SCOffed the t'lt-srntt Curly Wcivrs This was the mnsl nnv Rnhrat olird has ovci henlm Prc-«ci'tt. ,6ut before tho parnr a v-rry i ln«p fcOhlCSl was PVpcrtod *l'ht> Bobcat-, won the 1n»c of ' lhr> t-oin nnfl immrrli.-'k'ly wfiil lo \vork, -•***• On the fourth play f>-nrn scnn;- '"."jmagS Dnvid Waikins flipped ;i pass to L:iny V.-inelin who r.xrrl 42 yhrds along (he sideline 1 fur n T. D. Watkins P A.T. WHS ti-nxt Graves kicked off. bill jiliri .'! downs .Inn McKoiv/it- Mitrmptcvl to punt for Piocrod. Thi-rr s\ns n < bad snap fioni ct-nti-r ;m<l Mc- Konztc was dounerl on hi 1 ; own *• 33 yard line After the noi>r;iis Were pcnnhsTd i.=> yurris on the next, play Watkins derided in pass. - lie threw end liill Hairr ;i p:i«s Who stepped ovei for the '..'nci Mub- ent T.D Wntkms PAT. \\;is no , good, Tlninnan kicltod-ofl 1 and Pn"-r.>tt A New Admiral 21" TV — for only — $199.95 , ,during November. A lifetime ~ picture tube warranty at no extra cost. EASY PAY TIRE STORE • -214 E.-2nd. Hope, Ark. Over the ves 59-7 look possession of Ihc bull, bill fiflci :t rl/nvns John Oravps cti- ificrplcrl ,-j Curly Wolf nil the 1 B< bc.-it 4.1 After the Bobcats ll.'ul driven to the Presentt 34 In IllfC-O pl.--.y« \Vntkins ngnirt look to the ;ur ns hi' throw n pass In Edclid Kinc who went over for the score. Wnlkins P A.T. wns Rood. On the Insl plijy of the 1st qiifirlor hnlfbnrk tjlll Butler in* tcrcoptort n Curly Wolf pass and srfiniprrrd over the point of no n-liirn for tho fourth Bobent T.D. Watkms V A T. was blocked. Aftri the 1st qur.rtcr was over Ihc Bi.hcat iillernntcs took over lor tin- rest of the gntno In the liillrr purl of the 2nd qiuirtci .Toe tlnke intercepted ni I'li'Sfott puss and raced to the Curly Wolf one. On tho next p'lay | UuUe went over for the score. Wiitkiiis I".A.T was no Rood. In Kir last minute of the 1st half Terry Thurman intercepted a pass on the I'rescott 34 Three l>l,i.\s ,Ioe Duke scampered over from the 14 for the T. D. Joe Duke's P.AT was Koocl. The 1st hall ended 30-0. Moili bnnds cave a fine halftime performance Hope's halflimo ac- tlviin's were highlighted by Brendn llannn's fliiming billon. In the opening minutes of the ..id qiiiirler Joe. Duke intercepted a pass and was brought down on (hi IW. After two plays, Quarterback Bryan Smiley completed a pass to Bobby Krwin, who raced over lor the TD. Joe Duke's PAT was .no uoocl. For the rest of the quarter the t \\-ii loams fought to a complete fit.-iiidstill (it 45-0. Tin- Bobcats struck pay dirt early in the <lth quarter with Ray Duke goinn over I'rum the 24. and Duke's PAT was good. The Curly Wolves lone tally came, when Lewis threw Knd Jiin Me- kv'n/.ie a pass, who raced 40 yards for the 'I'D Sullivan made the extra point. Bryan Smiley took the kickoff and rambled 05 yards for the Bob- cals last TD. Joe Duke's PAT was (;ood. Coach John Pierce commented: "The boys came up here, determined to win and they did." He also said thai Nashville would really Arkansas 13 0 34, Dnrdan ALL 6 VOLT STARTERS AND GENERATORS - REBUILT - $4.95 EXC. • » All Ports For Cars And Trucks " • All Size Full Cop Tires, Also New And Used Tires! Wylie Glass & Salvage Go. < • Hwy. 67 West r i<~'i-* < rv."i ' Hope, Ark. Phone 7-2786 mew Little flock drntrfil 70, feiyfhcvillf 0 North Little ftock 33. tcx.nrknnn H Pihp Bluff 21, Hot Springs 20 Fort Smith 22. Capital Hill. OKI.-i. 13 Little Rock rlnll 32. Forrest City 7 ifopp "i9. Proscott 7 Earl" -10. McCrftr.v 14 Fordycr 34. Ciimdcn 7 Paris 10. Bonnoville n Pniatjnnld 40. Corning Cnrlislo H, England Fort Smith St Annps elle 0 Dirrks 40. Mineral Springs 20 Ktidora 42. Grc'iivillo. Miss.. St ,lost-)ihs 31 Fayctlc'Villc 20. Harrison 7 Miilvprn 20, Camden Fail-view Gould 20, Barton 0 Oillf-ll 20, Klaine 0 Lrwsivillo 27, Hornlio 7 Wiirron 27. Lake Villago 2! Wfsl Memphis 2fi. Mnrifinnn 20 Morrilton .I'l. Benlrm fi MaKiifl Cove 1!). Cdbot (1 Mnrvpll 32. Do Vails Bluff 13 Dumas 3fl, Montlcollo 0 W a Id ron 27. Oznrk 0 Hnmburg 43. Rison 1!) Soarcy 10. Stuttpnrl 12 Star City 21. White Hall 0 Jonosboro 21. Wynne 0 Walnut Ridge 47, Thaycr. Mo 27 Emackover 53. Arkndc-lphia 0 Brinkley fi, Harding 0 (lid Russellvillo 2H, J'lcksonvillo 10 Clarksvillc 27. Mansfield 7 Cotton Plant 18. Ha/en 0 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE Arkansas Freshmen freshmen 0 GO, Tulsn Loses Life When House Trailer Burns 1 FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. fAP)- The body of Eugene Martin, 45. a former slsle trooper employed here as a nightwatcbman, was •found today inside ills burned house-trailer. Fire Chief Burl Skcllon said the fire completely destroyed the interior of the metal trailer. He said the blo^c apparently originated in a studio couch from an unknown cmise. , Coroner Ed Watson said Martin, a bachelor who lived alone, apparently suffocated. However, the coroner said he had ordered an autopsy. Ho siiid tho body was found on the floor of tho trailer at the entrance to his bedroom. like to spoil Hope's perfect record. Hope P'-escott Total Ynnls 3f>2 177 Rushing 171 130 Passing .181 0 Passes Attempted 0 12 Passes CompU'U-d ... 5 0 Punt Average ... 29 . 45 Penalties 80 75 SCORE BY QUARTERS Hope 2fi 13 G 14 Prcseotl .. 0007 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 wont your Ad to run in square at bottom. Then figure your cost. EXAMPLE: 15 words runs 3 days .. 90c — 6 days ,. 1.50 ~1 'i NAME Np, ef Pays Ad Is Tp Run il -ADDRESS POX NO .PHONE .? and Mail *-r- Check ,. Cash Money Order *'$ How You Figure Ypur Total Coit,., I Time, 5 Tims§ § Times Qn§ Month ' yptp ]§ words 41 •/9Q 1-SO 4-50 JQ ?Q words 6Q UQ ' '^,09 - £.00 , J9 £§ words ".75 f '' 1;|Q f-$® ' ?-§° ,. J#'£Q'wprds , ,-.,90'' ', ; i.§9 3,90 ,9-09 •teM Hwite :•••'• .'3-Pi - •• 2-19. / if5 - IQ.SQ '. iii'i^tg^^s,, ,-ww; ;•': fijiX' 1 .4-w ^2 :o o %T- ; ^i i^i.^4i ; -.,, ; -,r i-ak ''4?P;-'' - ^ ••••'-'tf.«. , ABS MUST It IN 6FNCI DAY IIWRI PU6LieATt©N — PH6NI 74431 W.R AD TAKK The schedule of Soluhaf P*eftdd§i as printed below, has been takefi from John Alden Knight's Sollifiaf Tables. Plan yotif days & that you will be fishing in good teffitdf? or hunting in good cover diiflttj these times, if you w'sh 16 find th* best sport that each day has" td 0/fer. The Major Periods are showti ifi boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last tot an hour and a half of two hours there* after. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are ot somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Satin clay Sunday Monday Tuesday •\\Yrlnos. Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 2:15 8:35 3:00 9:10 3:45 9:55 4:30 10:45 R:20 11:35 0:10 7:00 12:45 7:45 1:30 8:30 2:15 2:40 8145 3:25 9!30 4:10 10M5 5:00 11105 5:50 11:55 6:40 12!25 7:25 I'.fO 8:10 1!55 B:55 2:40 TALL CORN—This 15-foot, 0- inch stalk of corn was grown by Elmer Eigenrauch, a farmer in Okawville, 111. Drawfcd by the stalk are Mrs. Adele Tcmme, left, and Miss Rosemary Slein- knmp. Eigenrauch grew the corn from a grain sent by a Mexican friend but attributes the height to rich Illinois soil. Faubus Discusses (Election Outcome LtTTL-E ROCK (AP)—Gov. Orval K. Faubus said last night the Democratic victory in November elections was a clear sign that people "don't want the wishes of minorities throats." shoved Easy Ed New Coach of the Pro Hawks ST. LOUIS (AP) — Easy Ed Macauley might have a tough time living up to his name now that he is the new coach of the St. Louis Hawks. He's working for fiery Ben Ker ner, who has disposed ot two coaches in less than a year while each had the team in first place. Macauley. forme!- St. Louis University All-America and a nine- year veteran of the Notional Basketball Assn., was named by Km-- ner after the owner fired Andy Phillip from the coaching job. The 30-year-old Macauley snld he hopes to become a bench coach, although he will remain in uniform until the cutdown date Dec. 15. He plans no big shakeilp of the Funeral Directors Setyiee Association' tfffEHSL HOMfi Dial PS Mi28 Wonttd to Rent S"MALL furnished apartment, bed' room, kitchenette and bath. Write George Meehan. Motel Barlow, Hope, Afk. 20-3tp 8Ki3ROOM house, unfurnished. Must have vented heat with thermostat. Contact Mrs. G. R. Me- Morrati or deorge 8, Hughes. Phone 7«2743. 20-3tc Reol Estote for Sate N^ed 3 bedrooms and 2 baths in a modern comfortable home close to Uptown dfstrict? Then take a look at this lovely, home at 117 W. Avenue C. Already approved for 1?MA loan — we can sell for small down payment or accept your present tome in on a trade. Va cant now. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 21? South Main Hope, Arkansas Phone BRospcct 74091 Property Appraisals Loans Homes 20-3tc For SaU ALtfMfMUM screens, dddfs, sltffffl windows, weathef * stripping ifl< sulation, roofing, awhiiigs, gut* tefirtg. ornamental faiJiflg, Free estimates. Andy Attdi-e\vS, Phbfid f-58d?. 94f 1950 SftreSBAKfeS pickup. Settle bed. heater, clean afid in good condition. Phone 7'22d4 or WANT AD RATES All VVanf AJs ore froySb'6 !n 6d*bnce baf ads will be accepfed over {h^ telephone and dixbrrtoctd- flort accoimfS allowed wilh the U'i- defitfifi'din^ fh8 acrourtt is poybbl« *heH sialemeht is fondefed. Bf Words Up fd IS 18 tfi 20 21 16 25 26 to SO 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 6niS Bay .45 .60. .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 FiVE room house. $1.000. A good ,46 »o 50 1.50 buy to rebuild or move'. Johj} W. throe Day? .90 1.20 1 50 l.PO 2.10 2.40 2,/>0 3.00 Si* Days 1.50 2.00 2 50 300 3.50 4.60 4.50 5.00 6n8 MorttH 4.58 6.06 7.50 9.00 10.58 i2.eo 13.53 15.00 Webb, Ozan, Ark. 21<lrtv£t 1951 OLDS Fordof, hardlop. 6bod second car. Call 7-248'?. COLDSPOT Refrigevator, like new, also good used gas range and small dinette suite. Will sell feH' sonable. Call tlonal Parker, '13431. l?4f 3 SMALL tracts of land near town suitable for chicken farms, 80 acres timber land two miles out of Foreman. Ark. See Ralph Sounders or Phone 7-4001. 19-lf NEW Philco Transistor radio and size 11 hip boots, also new. Call 7-8767, 20-3tc down their Hnwks Under Phillip, who had been in _..,.. . .charge of the club for only 10 Obviously reforms to Integra- g ame s, the Hawks wore reading (ion. Faubus snid problems should ! the NBA's Western CiviSiori ' with be solved by majority rule.' He; six victories and four defeats, said the great question facing the, Kernel- maintained Phillip was nnlion is whether to have local and i losing contro1 of the Players, state rule, or that of "a distant' Unable to contact Phillip by tfrle. ' J phone, Kernel- telegraphed him authority.' _ .Thursday, "You have been re- The governor spoke- ot a session j Moved of your coaching duties as of the Arkansas County Jugt-s of now." Assn. convention, which closes today. Bennett Rejects .Bird Party Idea BATON ROUGE, La, (AP)—Arkansas Atty. Gen. Bruce Bennett rejected tho idea of a third party I in «n interview here yesterday, | declaring that if the South boiled j tho Democratic ranks "wo would no place' to, go." Earlier in a speech to a civic club. Bennett said the recent elQCi' dons demonstrated people have become T'sick' 1 of certain Supremo Court decisions. He said tho Democratic sweep in the November ballot wasn't so much a > vote in favor of Democratic candidates as it was against the national RepunUcan Party " Phillip, a long-lime Boston Col- tic player and one-time .member of the Illinois "Whiz Kicis," svas angered when he learned via radio newscast that he had been fired "My good friend, Alex Hanniim, told me it would be like this," Phillip said, Hannurn coached the Hawks last year guided the cju'b to the Western Division title and then to a pla.voff victory over the Celtics, But Hanrium and Kerner were xinaible to agree on a contract after the season ended. ' In the only game Thursday night, rookie Elfiin Baylor scored 37 points to lead the Minneapolis Lakers to a 121-102 victory over the Syracuse Nationals, The tri- uoph snapped a six>gamo losing streak for the Lakers, Baylor's outburst enabled him ts take over the NBA scoring lead with 322 points. -George Yardley of Detroit is next with 307, OUTD fwit^ <7e6*+ McUtt Day on A Game Farm Typical of the days qf mid-fall the morning was foggv. Despite difficult driving conditions, wo reached the game farm about nine o'clock. As always, we were greeted uproariously by the dogs in the ken- nol and our old setter trotted over as much lo boyst of his freedom as ID get acquainted. The manager was waiting for us so, after a quick cup of hoi coffee from the iheiv mos, we assem'bjed, pur gear, whistled for the dog and started out through the cover. We had moved flnty a short way across the first clearing" when \l\<? doq began to maHe gpjvs. One cautious circle- was enough; sud' deiilv he applied, the brakes prid came down on ipoin^. There is something about a do'g on point thsjt dqos th»^ s 1°. pegardloss of hp\v mi>nj' ; you have spent hi th? field, hp\Y many tliousajids pf pointy jovjii^vp honored, that fjvst paint Pf the day Tingles apd ,'gpb'se pimples,' *;un up ?uid,4ow!i your spinet ypuc Bow- ses seen! to J|!se PJl ftf» 9?tf'A up its 'beat sn,d {vie? t° pltniS flUt over your AlW> firmed gunners. M if they don't' U hunting. This Ume ^va.s R glance at my »%) votwan of all ia sho-wed. %4 h,o tq f-alm, ftta eye| AU l l \ tWs shau]W ment, arrived through, many sea* sons of gunning together, he walked on one side of the dog, I on the other, \yith a raucous cackle, a big ringneck rooster exploded from the grass a'bout 20 feet ahead of the dog. Typical ot his breed, -the big bird towered ~ ?0, 30 feet, almost straight up; then he leveled pff and headect for the woods. didn't go very fiir, Bpth guns cracked in the crisp morning air find the bird tumbled ba?H to earth. Oil eom.rn.and, thg setter gg|lpped over, picked hjm ufi and. trotted back, "pi-ide showing in every steip, Som.e,\vn,at reJuet^iUy h'e placed the bjrd in, ipy ouistrel- CJied hand. Finding no, nipre ibivris ID the open swale, the 4og swung i jnto the bmsh. wood lot- Then Ijifx really, begai\, ^}}is Jy-sf ||n4 $as a JU^e hen, |igljt\ skpjig, ^u^ in.cr,ed,i'b,ly fast o^'5l§ Igj5£*o#. Ih,e corkscrewed her w_a"y pp • thj-pugh jhe ,hard\vo,pd growth. ® " ~~ " groi\$g, gn4 Jfly frjg^i J?| as a ,3s she .cleared Jf i?~ift o| |(,'|g li wpiisterl ;•%;,* — tU 'vd New, modern, three bedroom home, floor furnace, near school $8,000.00 Only $1200 cash and assume FHA loan, will buy modern three bedroom home, central heat, wall to wall carpeting, carport. Lived in {wo sveeks, owner transferred. A bargain. Six room home, built-in garage. East 14th Street, excellent condition. We have other well - constructed homes, with FiH'A or conventional financing available. LEONARD ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 108 East Second Phono 7-2221 ONE riding mare, white and gertlle See Harlan Honoa. Blevins, Ark. 20-3tc CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t flfr* 80c pel ificH 3 fifties 65c *>ef inch 6 times 55e per inch ftdtes quoted above ore fof coiv Secufive insertions. Irfeguiaf or skip ddfe adS will foKe the 6n£-doy fate, All doily classified advertising <Jopy Will be decebted until 5 p.m. fof publication the following day, The publisher reserves IMS right tb revise or edit all aclvestisemenrs of fered for iJubllcafjon ond tb reieet any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials of one or more letters, groups of flaures, such as house of telephone numbers count as orte 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 7-3431 Lost or Strayed BLACK and white male setter bird, dog pup. 5 months old. Reward. Buddy Calhoon, RFD 3, Box 186 Hope, Ark. Phone PR 7-3014. 19-6lp I TWO Bedroom home. Close in on pavement. $100 down. Monthly payments. Vacant. T. N. Belew, PR 7-4308. 21-3tc PANSIES, Snapdraggons. Stock and Phlox now. Just ready. Sunshine Gardens, Hwy 07 East, 5 miles. 21-6tc REGISTERED Hereford Bull. 3 years old. Johnny Green, Rt. 4, Phone 7-4545. 21-3tp HA-NDM'ADE Ceramic pieces for sale by Altar Society at old Stewart Jewelry Store, starting Nov. 28. Priced belosv value. 21-6tp 1950 2 door Ford. Good Phone 7-2946. • condition. 22-3tp Wanted to Buy ONE small upright piano. Call Don Griner at 7-6620: 22-6tc For Rent For Rent or Sale 3 B'E'DROOM home. 416 S. Grady. Contact or call Mrs. W. I, Stroud, YUkon 3-2362 Washington, 14-1-mo c The Negro Community Either Hteks Phon* 7-4«78 or 7-4474 Thought for the day: One never knows himself till he has denied himself, The altar of sacrifice is the touchstone of character, — O, P. Gifford, Calendar of Ev*pts Saturday, rtov. 22 BoBee Youth Fraternity No, 412 will meet! at Davis Chapel Methodist Church Saturday, Nov. 22 at 1 p,w>. AH members are asked to be present. Club No, 4 of the Rising Star Baptist Church Mission Band will be in charge of concession in the Dinette, Saturday night, Nov. 22, Fish, cake and ice cream will be sojci, The public is invited, we settled ourselves in the welcome warmth of tho club room to enjoy our sandwiches qnd coffee. In the afternoon the farm manager had. a treat in store for 'us — a driven pheasant shoot. Directly behind the farm Buildings stands a wooded, hill, and a great many of the farm birds use this hill as a safe ve^reat, The farm manager showed us our shooting stations flnci then disappeared up the hil} With two UVtle cocker spaniels at his heel, ' . ' . We did not have long to wait, We })'ear4 Kis shout of warning and put frpm the trees shot a big j-ooster, wiijging it for a)} he was worth for <he safety of the swamp below the farm -ponci," What's more m,gde It, o'apkjing derisiyejy. J know that { shot 3 good feet behind , him. Prlvfcn pheasants fly ' fast, alj of ft? bird,s were so hovvevey. Sjx of them were day's NjH a,c}qlesj to b.ag, si; re« 'fry th? £>ig setter who to enjov the shoot as much 9? we diet S3ay? PP9Hed. Jie IJP jaye ejgorly. Jnlss a,- b>ri as we of d.is Wf *A |Pf. SPRf a fett °i £&$§ mi' ' thp }§st . the tft . b\ji purled, our' ' . , •. v4l vve|',e betas ft ive put waz ll!^ ow'5e}y,es 'iwjjs .-WUU ivm iw to? LOCAL trailers. Byers .Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc NICELY Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only. No drinking. 801 East 3rd. 3-U UPSTAIRS apartment. 3 large rooms and private bath. 203 High Street. 15-tf HAVE good modern 4 room duplex, furnished apartment. Want tenant with Mother or wife able'and willing to pprform certain household duties in adjoining apartment to pay part or all of rent, Call 72854. 22-tf Female HeTb Wonfdd AVON Cosmetics has immediate openings for mature women not otherwise employed to service excellent Avon territories, Can earn $2.00 or more per hour, Pleasant, dignified work. Openings in Fulton, McNab, McCas- , kill and Columbus. , Car neces- "'sary, Write Avon, Box 377, Hot Springs, Ark. Give directions to home, 12,10tc Hope Star Stor of' Hope 1899} Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secy-Tres, at The Star Building SI2-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas ~Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donol Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. HoSmer, Mech. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkarisai, under'the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription kates (payable In ,advan:'j) By carrier In Hope and neighboring towns ~ Per week S Per year .: By mail' in Hempsteod, Nevodo; LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month ' ,'Sf Three months >•" Six months 3-jO One year °''° All other mail — One month Three months Six. months One year 1.30 3.90 7.80 15.60 Mot'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas DaiJIes, Inc., 1602 Stench Bldg. Memphis 2, Tonn.; 505- ''mas Bonk Bldg , Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan Avo., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Dslrolt 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklcihorna City 2, Okla, Member of The Associated frets: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of airthe local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. A- Wanted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over, Apply at Hope Star Office. IMPROVED farm, or ypnch, From aOO tp 4?0 acres, Write Abe Stein-le, Hillsboro, Kansas. 18-6tp Qffertd us reppvatt y«»ur ojrj mattress. We spep)all?f in pr*»wi|1< CQJ3B 713 4th, IHPP ir W for M»rK«t, FH»e h«r? to99tt> i§f »• SJSWJNQ MA§UINS 0 nd fjej-yjce.- 51? Ba?t 8r g,- Booth. Phphe PS 7'59?5, 0usTOi>f slaughtering. Hogs $. ' Pattle for hides, Hawlefl #£$ V? to 10 miles, fhm PR 7-3§78 oj 7.270J. ?7»1'P18 Notice B8TATB ' Fttf ' jp eo asg-jBw &&»<&•* ^iraltgrft. -.«f»Wv ***4¥*1 Tovlor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS — 216 3, Hazel Phone 7-4022 Orville Taylor • John Bill Jordan 0 WANTED TO BUY Pine Pulpvvooo by Truck Loud Cut In Woods or otherwise, HAROLD HENDRIX -Phb'ne PR 7.4321 16th & Uoy|slana', Hope, Ark, GRIU CAFE BREAKFAST Styl§ Hot Open 3 A, M, t9 8 P, M, : MATTR6S5K Ont Pty lirvlsf 0AYI5 . Furniture i Mfltfrf n C», 117 19. I)m Ph?, Herndon-Cornclmi Fyntrol Home and Buriol Ambulance Serrict m

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