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Hope, Arkansas
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STAR, W&M, ARKANSAS MenJay/Nevambe* 24,1951 —.~~*. . ./..,,-.-....,._ . ....*.....-..-..•• California, LSUJCUWin Bids to Bowls §y ED C6RRIGAN Associated Pi-tts Sport? Writer Louisiana State and r.ilifnmi.i. £1 COUple of itiuamuffin outfit- !n j' iVehr Ihnl rnulrt win onlv b.ilf -i dov.eil games between lh< m won- high in college fo'itb.ill >s top *i. clely today pioppring for inv ;pOI'tatit bowl assignments on Vew Year's Day. Last year, LniiiFian;> Rlnie hnd n 6-8 record and flnish"d seventh in tho Southeastern Conference ..This year, tho Tigers hnve l'i<? Only imdf>fenled-ii n t i e d rer'Tfl hmong tho major teams i if lh« country. ; Th6y'll be the hosts in the Runar Bowl in New Orleans by virtue >f having won their oonfeiencc till" It will be their first hewl aupe.n- nnce since lOSO wben slaushtrieri by Oklnhuriiii 85-0 lii the Sugnr Bowl. LSU swept pnfl in opponents! and didn't stumble dhce. ThS.V wotthrf up Ihi'ir first undefenlpd- nnlied season siht-t? 1H08 SBUii'dfli> b.V ftrintlinK out n H2-0 vietory tiV«r Ttilntic Their Suanr Bowl opponent tn.iy not be known uiMfl next SatUi'dny when the Irsl sprldkli/1jj of gumcs .•n-e plfl.ved. Sr>nlhprn Melhorllst is beinn ronsiderfd. htil the Mils- u ill hnve to bent C'otlrm nuntl Texns Christian. Oth- 'pi'Wise, Clemscin. tllO AthlM'.li* i Ciiiisl Confen nee chnlnpJon, pri')b- labl.v will Kel the bid. \ I As fur fallfornln. the Bears/ compiled n misorable 1-0 record F}§hfsLa§fNighf Weekend Fight Results fcy tHE ASSOCIATED Mnllvwnod. rnlif — Vinrp IJel- ttntlo. 127, Lns Angclrs, outpointed Alfl-ffln Escobar, '27';,. Los Aft2b- It's. K). Ltibbnrl!. Tex. - TU.y ninjhs, 135. Furl Worth. diilpnimeil Hocky Tttindpll. 135. Houston. 12. Mexico City -- Brrnnbo <Bribe) Vazquez, 134. Mexico, outpointed Willy Morton, lin I .OR Angolos. 10. Mexico City - Josr iTolnco) Lope?.. US'.i. Mrxiro. stopped Ku finnp Lc Cnzanot. lift. Fnmer. !>. Mexico City — Krnesto f'lsiitcron l2p-''<i, Moxlcn. outpointed Auburn Porkers Close , Over Texas Tech With Victory in ln. c .7 They wore consignor! to .Copelnlitl, 12fl. Fllnl, Mich.. 10. (he MI up in'iip in this the final Wlllfmslart. Cutncan — Paseual .\cnr o( the Pnelfir Const Confer-] Perez. Argentina, outpointed Tito eiire as it now si units. RnnRono, Argentina, flyweights. Kl Bui. ;iflor losing to College of I <mni-fHlc). (lie Pacific and Mlrhigim Stale, ihry suddenly caught on lo Did] spli'i-T which Elliott hnd InslnllfsdJBIg Ten chnmpiim. in the Rose hist yenr They lost only rum j Bowl. nnd. just us in almost nil more fnmir nnd wrapped up Hie; Us names through the fall, will b title with a breathless Jfi-15 li-t- umpli over Slnnfortl. Cnlifornin will moot Town, the the underdog. T"\va clo?ecl ils rc'fj- uliir Sf?fison Saturday, whipping Notre Dnmc 31-21 GOBBLE UF» THESE WE WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY FOR THANKSGIVING SUGAR MILK 3 Large Cans C CRANBERRY SAUCE 303 Can 19c Del Monte White Country Gentleman CORN PECANS and ENGLISH WALNUTS BAKERS ANGEL FLAKE COCONUT 2 - 370 COFFEE POLGF.RS ond MAXWELL HOUSE Lb. 79c NAPKINS 80 PACK Boxes 23c SNOWDRIFT 3 Lb. Con DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 < 303 49c Del Monte or Libbys PUMPKIN 2 c ALL FLAVORS Gal. FROSTY ACRES FROZEN FOODS STRAWBERRIES 10 Oz. Box 21c ORANGE JUICE 6 Oz. Can 25c GOOD PRODUCE YELLOW ONIONS 4 us 25c QQLPIN YELLOW PASCAL CELERY , !M - 1- , - 15c Stalk HOMI,GROWN 5WIIT 3 GOOD MEAT MONTHS OtP YOUNa BROAP By HAROLD V. Associated Press Spbrls Wfitei" The Southwest Conference toot'' ball campaign reaches its Weary close this week with only sdcbnd place to be 1 determined— Texas Christian is champion and looking toward tho Cotton Bowl. The Horned Frogs won the titld last week when they beat Rice 21-10. gaining their fifth conference victory and a two-game lead with one jynme left lo play. Rice. Southern Methodist, Te.vrts and Texns A&M all are in thu battle tor second place or n shat'o of it. Texas and Texas A&M meet in the GMh renewal of their ancient series at Austin Thursday. They currently are tied for fourth in the standings with 2-3 records. Saturday Texas Christian and Southern Methodist close out at Dallas while Rice and Baylor wind up fit Waco. Rice and .SMU arc tied fo rseconcl place. Southern Methodist would like lo 1-cat Texas Christian nnd end up with a 8-4 record because H might got SMU ir. a bowl gome. Thf> Sugar Bowl reportedly is eyeing the Methodists with prospects of inviting them if they rhotilcl beat TCU. Baylor would like to beat Ricq so it won't finish alone in the* cellar. In that event the Golden Bears would tic Arkansas and the, loser of the Texas-Texas A&M game for the last spot in the standings. Texas Tech, which didn't compote for the championship but played five members of the conference, will end the season against the University of Houston at Houston. Tech and Baylor arc tied for last in the full season standings with 3-6 records. Southern Methodist flashed its old self Saturday in a 33-29 triumph over Baylor. Arkansas closed the season with a 14-8 victory over Texas Tech. It was the Raxorbacks' fourth straight wins in one of the great comebacks of conference history. Hope ADS MUST 1C IN Classified DAY ICFOfU PUILICATION - PHONE 7*3431 FOP. AD TAKER ^^^^^f^J ^^^ Ir^^^^^B ^^^f ^^^^^^^^^F | •*"5*t« The schedule of SolilftSf Pefiddl, as printed below, has bee"ti tftk«fl from John Atdeft Knlght'S SelUttaf Tables. Plati your days so'that you will be fishing to good teffitdfy or hunting in good CbVeF dllfittg these times, if you w'sh to find the best sport that each day has to otter. The Major Periods at* shews la boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for bn hour and a half or two hours thef<*< after. The Minor Periods, shdWrt In regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Monday 3:45 9!55 4.: 10 10! 15 Tuesday 4:30 10:45 5:00 11!05 Wodncs. 5:20 11:35 i5:50 11!55 Thursday 0:10 (i;40 12125 Friday 7:00 12:45 7:25 1MO Saturday 7:4n 1!30 8:10 1155 Sundny 8:30 2:15 8:55 2!40 Basketball Spring Hill Sr. boys 50 — Guern scy 24. Spring Hill Sr. girls 27 — Guernsey H2. Spring Hill Jr. boys 22 — Guern sey 20. Unites Leads Pro Colts to Win Over Rams - By JIM KNSIL Associated Press Sports Writer Johnny LTnitns, a Colt with a .45 for a passing arm, is healthy ngnin. He proved it Sundny, shooting down the title bid of the Los An* geles Rams and passing Baltimore to a 34-7 victory. It was the Colts' eighth, triumph in nine Na- tionn! Football League games. Baltimore now leads the Western Conference by two games with only three to play. And Bobby Mitchell, Paul Brown's young speedster, is zoom- in" toward acchiim as pro X(?ot- ball's Rookie of the Year. Ho looked it Sunday, shaking loose Tor a 98-yard touchdown run on tho opening kickoff, then com- in° back in the same period with n Oi9-ynrd sroro on a pun) return ns thn Cleveland Browns whioued p Philartnlnhia ISpglcs 2R-H. Cleveland, with a 7-2 record, loads thn EnstmTi Conference by one gamp with "three remaining. The Now York Giants kept a same behind Cleveland with n 30-0 victory over tho Washington Red' skins, and tho Pittsburgh Steelers. .'•noUiPr pnmc to the reo)', hunei on lo the Giants' tail with a 27^0' triumph, over the Chicago Cai'dP lals.' In the West, fhe Chiraao Rears. look over solo possession of see.' pnd nlneo bv Uenting the Detroit Lions 21.7 while Los Angeles tailored. T'lp Lions' defeat eliminat- d the riefendins world chnmpions from title consideration. The Son FVnnrlpro 49prs moved past them into fourth place with a 33-12 vie- ory ove'- the last-place Green Bay Parkers. Unitns, who suffered t w o cracked ribs in the Green Bay game three weeks ago, lit that spark the first time he passed tJoclehiR tackles bp.hincl scrim- mase at his own 48- he hit speedy receiver Jennie? Moore on ths Ram 18 an?l the ex-Pcnn Statp halfback kept going for the scpr.e A The play gave IJnijas 23 ?,tra'u^5lt NPL games in which ho lias passed for at lepst one TD. Tiio record is 23. U was Unitas' 13th scoring pass of tho season, and ho Joter mad,? it 14 by hitj,ins Jim Mutchellot with an Jg-Vard W loss in tlip Colts' g}-pqin,t, 4 fourth period, In that same period, UiVstas sporycl on a one-yard plunge. |ie pqssnd for 318 yard?.over-all, oil H of go. Saurjiay . points' -o^ five four oonyffgipn points jij" 20 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSN. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday Results Philadelphia 110, Syracuse 107 St. Louis 100. Cincinnati 89 Detroit 124, Mtneapolis 109 Saturday Results New York 114, Syracuse 99 Boston 105, Philadelphia 100 Detroit 103, Cincinnati 86 St. Louis J14, Minneapolis 109 Monday Schedule Boston-Minneap.olis at Charlotte. N.C. Tuesday Schedule Philadelphia vs St. Louis at New York Cincinnati at New York, Minneapolis at Detroit Tigers Taste Defeat Again in Final Game ' The luckless Verger Tigers closet o_ut the season Friday night at E Dorado and took it on the chir again, this time by a lop-sidec score of 52 to 7. The El Dorado boys wasted little time and started rolling up a score right from the start, By the hal it was 20 to 0. In fact the Hornets made it 39 to 0 before the Tigers were able to reach the scoreboarc in the third quarter, Edward passed to McFadden for the only Hope tally, In the final quartet the Hornets continued, scoring to hang a 52 to 7 deficit on the Hope boys, , Even in losing the Tigers made 201 yards rushing, drew four penalties, completed three of 12 passes for GO yards, The -Hornets had 406 yards rushing and made six 01 nine passes good for 98 yards. Hope players were Dennis, Pearson, McFadden, Rood, Scott, Edwards, John Dennis, Knos?, With* erspoon, Warren, Brandon, Dee, Rutherford, Turner and Nelson, Football NATIONAL FOOTBALL By THE. ASSQOJATgP PRESS EASTERN -coNFiRgNQg '• W L T P?t. Pts QR Cleveland .,., 7 ? 0 ,778 250 1 New York .. 6 3 0 .66? JOO "t Pittsburgh ,.540 .556 }85 185 Washington .. 3 P 0 .333 }66 83!J Chi.- Cards „ g 6 1 ,?50 gl? g Philadelphia ? 6 } ,,g5Q glj \ WE§TIRN CONFERgNCg Baltimore ...810 ,8W 30C } Chi, pears ... 6 3 ' 0 .007 g37 17fl ngeles 5 4 0 ,556 ?6Q " " San Fran 450 ,44,4. iei §5? Petj-oit . i 35; .375 goi ""' 1 7 1 ,1^5 }?8 Yprt> 30, \Y8shington S CJeyeland ?8 4 phij^dolphjfl U p 3i kos Angeles 7 Boars gp. Petroii 1 Pittsburgji 27, Phi. fiord? 53, Bay) Angples at g/:TH§ ASSOCIATE .jiafw .'r^8i">aowi : ^ ; ^ui?i%oa__^a5j , ys J4W4 .H-? r r-WW** ,• SW *?"? j" "V *' a T TV? lor aft*wr-*^, im-f4' ! !w«-» s,5-js^wiu%'i>r-giSw;- -- • -?• rMT,Ant; 1 Tit,wnsn??' Billv''flatmaa. E S!»*aH-j33'i"^ B ' • tof-»';^!ffl9a« ""— Rnhl |^ift «Wf4 Funtral Directors AssoBlfllioh FUNfeRAL Bial m 7-2123 Real Esfrofe for Sole Wodern, three bedroom home, floor furnace, near school. i.066.00 Only $1200 cash and dssume FifA loan, will buy modern three bed' room home, central heat, wall to carjieting, carport. Lived in weeks', owner transferred. A bargain, Si* rodm home, bitilt'in garage, East 14th Street, excellent condil- Ion, We hftVe other well • constructed homes, With FMA or conventional finnneing .available, LEONARD ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance. Loans 108 East Second Phone 7-2221 20-6tc Wonted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office, IMPROVED farm or ranch. From 100 to 480 acres. Write Abe Steinle, Hillsboro, Kansas. 18-Gtp EXiPBRiI'BNOE-D farm equipment mechanic. Man must be Shop Foreman material. Good pay, good working conditions, well equipped shop, ..'bonus plan, paid vacations, .hospital insurance plan, in a modern, growing community. A real opportunity for the right man Write'Box M, c-o Hope Star, Hope, Ark. 24-llc Instruction AIRLINE TRAINING MEN AND WOMEN HOSTESSES, STATION AGENTS, PASSENGER AGE-NTS, RESER- VATIONISTS, COMMUNICATION- ISTS, OPERATIONS. Short low cost training which need not intei'- fere with your present job. Age 37-39 High School or belter. NATION - WIDE PLACEMENT SERVICE,, NATIONAL SCHOOL OF AERONAUTICS* Box, A u/o Hope Star,-Hope, Ark. For Seta AWJMtNfjM screens, doors, stdfitt Windows, Weather ' strippihgi iff* sutation, roofittg, awttiHgs, gut« tering, ornamental railing. Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Photte ^5867". fl'tf 19/50 STUDE&ARER pickup. Cattle bed. heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7-2204 of W&lt, FIVE room house, $1,000. A good buy to rebuild or move. Johtj w, Webb, Ozaii, Ark, 2Mm«t» Nuftibef One if Words Day Up to 15 .4$ 6 fa 20 .60. il to 25 .75 26 lo 30 .90 31 to 35 105 36 lo 40 1.20 41 to 45 I 35 46 td §0 1.50 1951 OLDS Fordor, hardtop. Good second car. Call PR 7«2487. COLDSPOT Refrigerator, like neW, also good used gas range arid small dinette suite. Will sell re a- sonnble. Call Donal Parker, V* 3431. 174* 3 SMALL, tracts of land near town suitable for chicken farms, 80 acres timber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark. See Ralph Saundcrs or Phono 74001. 19-tf TWO Bedroom home. Close in oh pavement. $100 down. Monthly payments. Vacant, T. N. Bele\v, PR 7-4308. 21-3tc PANSIES, Snapdraggons, Stock and Phlox now. Just ready, Sunshine Gardens, Hwy 67 East, 5 miles. 21-Gtc REGISTERED Hereford Bull. 3 years old, Johnny Green, Rt. 4, Phone 7-4(545. 21-3tp HANDMADE Ceramic pieces for sale by Altar Society at old Stewart Jewelry Store, starting Nov. 28. Priced below value. 21-6tp 1950 2 door Ford. Good condition. Phone 7-294G. 22-3tp Wonted to Buy ONE small upright piano. Call Don Griner afr 7-6G20. 22-Gtc For Rent LOCAL trailers, Byers Gulf Service; Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc NICE'LY Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only. No drinking. 801 East 3rd. 3-tf F«mol« Help Wonted MAIDS; A-l Nevv York homos. Live in.' To' $220 monthly. Free room, board; fare advanced, Write to Gem Agency, 35 Lincoln, Roslyn Heights, N, Y. 24-ltp AVON Cosme'tics has immediate opening for mature women not otherwise employed to service excellent Avon territories. Can earn $2.00 or rpore per hour. Pleasant, dignified work. Openings in Fulton, MONaib, McCask'ill and Colurmnis, 'Car necessary, .Write Avon, Box 377,' Hot -Springs, • Ark. Give directions to home, 24-5lc vs yracuse (8.1), Cotton Bowl — Texas Christum (84) vs opponent to be chosen. Sun 'Bow] — Wyoming (7-3) vs opponent -to be chosen- Gator Bowl — Opponents to bu closer). l-ate ' Fpetbgll Scores THI ASSQQIATEP PRESS College of Papjfjc 68, San Diego ,17 State 35, San Francises - o State magsta.cn 40 Ch,ico State 6 * an 34, Tampa ?Q 15. West Carolina 0 Vlliv 35, FlPl'JcJa. § , * Pie^o Vniy 24, fd,n.ho state o .... §9Uth,W,?St $9nfersn$? gy fh| t P«t, Pte QP , 5 l 0 D J.OOQ 10} 83 Rise „ ..... > a g , Q ,1500. jog (13 ,..' ....... 3 § Q .600 }Q5 P5, , ........ I 3 0 ,m 69 m .. a a 0 .W 77 '18« ,-240 ,3,33 yi W : ..... 1 4 P .gpo §$ W . A|J Samss IW b Ptfi PJl QP . •'•'•• St i e ,m se§ ae 4 5 0 >m U$ 134 9 .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 porform certain household duties in adjoining apartment to pay part or all o£ rent. Call 7 2854, 22-t.E FURNISHED npnrlment, iMiddle- •brooks Grocery. Dial 7-3791, 24-3tp NICELY furnished 3 room house. $45 month. Utilities paid, 7-2487. 24-Gtc Lost or Strayed BLA'CK and white male setter bird dog pup, 5 months old, Reward, Buddy Calhoon, RFD 3, Box 186 Hope, Ark. Phone PR 7-3014. 19-Gtp For Rent or Sole 3 BE'DROOM home, 416 S, Grady, Contact or call Mrs, W. I. Slroud, YUkon 3-2302 Washington. 14-1'nno c Services Offered us renQvaU y»ur old tre??, We speclalUt i» 718 ?w»- . S«t »» ' SINGER SEWING MACHINS GQ, Sales and ^eryice, 513 B8§t'? L. g, goptb, Phone PR 7r§6?5, 544'tl CUSTOM sieughtering, "Uogs • pqttje for Jijdes. PaulejJ ff e P MR to }Q miles, Pho^e PR 7-3578 or 74701. , 87'1'j Notice WE R, DA, Wf ATJE ~ GQMPAHT JIivs ^ WJU 9TQRAQB CO WANT AD RATES All Want Ads stU poyab'S advaricd fcftjf ads will be qecdjS 6v6? the telephohg and ar.-.ofnodd* Hon accounts allowed with the understanding the account is fjayabld when statement Is l-endefea, thtee Six One Days Days Month .90 1 50 4.50 1.30 200 6.60 .4 I 50 2 50 7.50 V 1 ItO 3.00 9 00 . 2)0 350 lOSO * 240 460 12.00 270 450 3.50 3.00 6.00 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 3 times 6 times 80c p6f inch 65i p6t Irtdh 55c p6t inch fcdtes quoted obbve drd fof cort» SecLltlVe InseHibrtS. IffegulQf of skl& dote elds will take the one-day rate. All daily 'classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following day. The publisher reserves the fight to revise of edit all advestlsemehts of fered for publication and to fejecf any- objectionable advertising submitted. Initials of one or more letters, groups of figures, such as house or telephone numbers co'urit as one Word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention ofter FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion, PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Secy-Trcs, at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publisher Pout H. Jones, Managing, Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmor, Mcch. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas 1 , under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription katas (payable In By carrier In Hope and nelghbirina" towns •— Per week ..> ..................... = - 30 Per year ............................. .'. 1i»0- By mail In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and A/tiller Counties — One month ................... , ....... $ .J5 Three 'months ........................ I." Six "months ....................... 3.30 One veori..'^." ................ >.... * «•*» All other mall — One. month ......................... 1-30 Throe months ........................ 3.90 Six months ............................. 7.JO One year .................................. 15,60 Hat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterlrk Bldg, Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 'oxos Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michlaan Avo,, Chicaoo'1,' III.; 60 H. 42nd St., New York i7, N, Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., DJIrolt 2, Mich.; , Terminal Bldg., Oklnhomo City 2, Okla. Member of The Awocloted Preu: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcation of all the local news printed !n thls__ newspaper, as well as all AP news" dispatches, / Tovlor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS — 216 8, Hazel Phone 7-4022 Orv!l|e Taylor • John Bill WANTED TO BUY pine pylpwopo by Trupk r Cut In Woods or otherwise! HAROLD HENDRIX ' Phonf PR 1§th * Uowlslanai Hope, GRILL CAFE ~- IRiAKFAST — 35e «=, §0c «=« 65s Home Style Hot Bin wit* Open 3 A, M. t* i P. Mi MATTRI55I5 ' MM» lnt» (MIT* W»rJ$ SMirinteffi Ont P§y fffyJifi Ct, Herndbn-Corncliui

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