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Page STAR, M6M, ARKANSAS 55,1558 Coaches Believe Bobcats to Remember Last Year The Hrtpe Bobcats rouni mil their season thHtikRRiving Dn.v with thr nnnual game with Nnshvillr in Serappprlaml. The undefeated Rob- cnts arc highly favored i" the contest. In regard to the Prosco!t name Ihe Hope conches praised thf Bobcats' rfforls, "We plnyetl some good footbnl) nfiiilnsl Prcsrott nnd \VI1S gblrt the si-ciilid team fi»l tn piny as much ns it did I'reseott Ninth in Cross Country Meet KAST LANSING. Mirh. 'AP' — The I'nivri-eity ol Arkansas learn place ninth in the nnnun-1 NCAA Wnrfhington but they hit h:n-d nnd gave our second unit sotne ijiiod experience. "Nashville has some bifj boys nnd hns been setting rontly for us for the pa si two weeks We look for n rough game but expi-ft our boys to be up for them. We would like to see our seniors renlly finish up their high school foot.bnll ear- ecrs with a victory. "We want them to show more pride and determination this week than they have all .vnr because Nashville made monkeys out of •slerdny irst plat-e v rnl to Michigan te with a I"W score of 73. rknnsi: 1 '. thp Southwest Oinfrr- pnee I'mss country I'hnmpicn. had 2Sfl poiii(« No Kii/orbnck runner finished iininiig the lop W Finn teen learn? p.'irtie.-pated. Picks Bobcats to End First Perfect Season By JOHN R. STARR Associated Press Sports Writer Most of the conference chanr pionphips already have been de Reels Defeat fhe White Cagers FAYETtfeVfM.fc. Ark. The Ai-kaftKfis Rttznrbftck varsity baskt'tball squ.'id splH !«»o two Iffims las? nighl. nnd Ihr Rpih drftnlrd thf Whites (50-52 In n freshman — JJ lenm ftafnc. the Shnlns plckfd tip llu marbles to the ttino <if 57-.12. T"rhrny Rnnkin of .Trinofibnro pa cod the winning Rods in '.he vnrsity gatnc with Ifi point;:, whllo Ronnie Garner, a Hot Springs sophomore, led the IORPI-F with ?2 points. .Icrry Cailton of Sheridan was Coy Academy Seems Set for Cotton Bow! By £B WILK3 Associated Pfess Sports Writer The Air Force Academy, pro- rncimis nnd coy. appears ready lo ellrfin* it? leap from obscurity I to limelight by filling a Cotton Hope Star Classified Ads AD§ MUST II IN OFFICE DAY IffoRt PUBLICATION JtVlf^ if irfl^f ^V W^11 The schedule of golliftaf Periods, llie Shoals' iii5.li scorer with ?o | Bowl berlh Washington Stale ho* as printed beloW, has beefi.,t'akett points. Senior .tewell Self of Litllo ; asked , )P rmission to'leave its own i from John Aldett Knight's gdltUia? Hock not 17 for (he B (earners. | permission back ynvd. And Rutgers is „. *, . udvix t »ti:^i. ^\ni.i fiuiLi^^io la w. The nn/ni-back varsily opens ,t ' rlpd , lbmit wrPS ui,, g schedules. regular season Dec. 3 npninsf fhp j Uhlvershy of Missouri a! Columbia. . ........ - , . them la«.t year at Mammons &l a- 1 ( , jcl( , d bu( ( \ w unofficial state cham- dium. I don't think the boys have ; v)it , ns)U| , ric | es , m u u , results of forgotten that game either. I know ' , T hanksuivinK Day eume in Arthe coaches haven't. 'kansas sehnnlljoy circles. "Nashville always plays Mope, Sarafoga, Delight Split Pair Saratoga and Delight ca.se teams split a double-header Frid'uy nlsht in the Delight Gym. Coach louis 'Singleton's Saratoga .senior girls continued their win-! fur sure vs, Clemson 17-2) possi- That's a brief look at the way things shape up today fnr the year end college football bowl games. Two of the five major bowls are filled—the ftose and Orange. But only one, the Gator, is without even one team Mere's the card al (he moment: Bose—lowu (7-1-1) vs. California (7-.1i. Orange—Oklahoma ffil) vs. Syr acuso (8D. Cotton — Texas Christian (fl-1 Tor sure vs. Air Force (8-0-1' probably. Sugar Louisiana State UD-O) Tables. Plan your days so'that you will be fishing in good tettitdt-y or hunting in good cover during these limes, if you W'sh to find the best sport that each dny has to offer. The Major Periods ate shown ifl boldface type. These, begin at the times shown and last for ati hour and a half or two hours there* afler. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of Somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Tuesday •\Vednes. Minor Major Minor Major 4:30 10:45 5:20 11;35 ning ways by taking a 51-33 vie , loxigh and we don't expect them > pv jn T , 1£) Assoolnted . Press rank- to be any other way this year. We ,,,.,,, S- c Uiscs Us campaign against coaches only hope the boys will j Cnmden at El Dorado while Mi- - . I II I 1^, »V M J Jl \J J I tl It I i I p, (1 lfl-|JtJ V 1 *. , |V| |),.rndo. the sensoivlonc. lead-j t[)) . y Sue po| . lcr h ,, 2; , nnt) Mynl get ready." The kickoff at Nnshville is at lie Hock Hall. strong second placer, meets Little Rock Central 2:15 p.m A pre-game show will ln Q U J U | OV stadium. ' <be staged by the Nashville girl's drill tenm. Basketball Tuesday Night, Nov. 25 Guernsey at Foulte Garland nl Emmet Genoa at Spring Hill Friday Night, Nov. 28 Emmet at Bloomburg, Texas. Tuesday Night, Dec. 2 Emmet at Bodcaw Lancbur-B al Spring 1-1 ill Saratoga at Blevins BASKETBALL SCORES By The Associated Press impressive Hull victory, and an El Dorado .squeak could .switch enough votes to give- the perfect record Warriors I he top spot. A M-14 tie with Central is the only blemish on Kl Dorado's slate. So. without further ado, here are Die week's picks: Central H), Hall M: No, Hall hiisn'l made a believer out of us ( yet. So we've been wrong on the ! Warriors five limes. So we've scon Central win 'em when the chips were down too many years to jio niininst the Tigers, El Dorado 35, Camden 0: And ! it could be worse, much worse. El Dorado isn't playing just a routine contest wilh Hall breath! iii,» clown ils nock. ' North Little Rock 20, Catholic McLarey 19 points to pace the winners. Joyce Slonc made 27 for Delight. Gator — Playing a waiting genie. Among Ihe other major college bowls, the Sun is half lilled after Thursday 0:10 Friday 7:00 12:45 Saturday 7:45 1:30 Sunday 8:30 2:15 6:00 .11106 5:50 11iSS 6:40 12J25 7:25 1:10 8:10 1:55 '8:55 2!40 Delighl senior boys grabbed ajgeuting an acceptance trom G5-3G win with Mabery looping 20' poinls. James Slanlon was high for Saratoga with 10. Saratoga's next game will be at Blevins, Dec. 2. Reported by Charlotte Green of Saratoga. ; y Arkansas College Sift. Southern B,in- <; t2: The Rockets have conic Reds 00. list College 78. Arkansas (varsity' JVhitos 58 Arkansas Shotas 57, Arktuisas H n'2 National Basketball Assn. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday Result Boston 123, Minneapolis 10-1 Tuesday Games ' Phil.idelphia-St. Louis at York ' Cincinnati at Nt/w York Minneapolis at Detroit New Collece Basketball Py THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "\Vilberforco 3-1. Cedarvillo 711 Slout 74, Winona St. Mary's 73 Indiana Tech 88, Vincennes 72 The Now York Stock Exchange is a major tourist attraction. More than 300,000 persons visited the exchange in 15157. long way. They'll learn the end of the big tiiin- 1 road is not yet in sight. Pine Bluff 14. Benton 0: As n Zebra alumnus, this gives us great pleasure after a long, trying year. De Queen 24, Texarkana 14: Except for this scries and the Blytheville — Osceola annual set—to, Class A teams very seldom tru»i- sure their tvo-ltiltor betters. And, to wind up perfect seasons, wo pick Hope over Nahsvillo, Ford') yce over Warren, Earle over Parkin and Greenwood over Mansfield. Elsewhere: Mountain Home over Harrison. Conway over Morrilton, Forrest City over Wynne, Jonesborp over Paragould, Newport over J3atcs- vilte, tultgarl over Brinkloy, Jacksonville over Cabot, Malvern over Arkaclelphia, Crossed over Hamburg. Patterson to Have 4 Fights Next Year By BEN OLAN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)—Heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson prob ably will . have lour fights next yoa'r and Sweden's Ingemar Jo Wyoming (7-3), the Blue Grass has been snubbed by Kentucky and the Tangciine hopes for an acceptance today from Buffalo (H-D. Air Force appears Dip best bc!< to land a berth among all the teams scrambling for someplace to go. But the brass won't make up its mind publicly until after Saturday's game with Colorado. The Air Force can have its pick of the Cotton, Gator and Tanger- Cotton Bowl host, TCU, hanson has "as good chance as anyone" lo fight for the title. So says Cus 'D'Amato, Patter son's secretive manager. D'Amato, who has 'been feuding with the International Boxing Club, emerged from behind his Iron 'Curtain long enough to lull The Associated Press: 1. He has met here with Jo hansson and his manager Edwin Ahlquist several times within the last few days. 2. No contracts were signed and no definite arrangements made. 3. He had an offer from Colo rndo Springs, Colo., Unit would guarantee Patterson more money than he ever has received. ine. Tho made it as Southwest Conference champ, an automatic bowl bonanza such as those picked up by Iowa. California and Oklahoma when they won the Big Ten, Pacific Coast and Big Eight championships. LSU, the nation's top- ranked team, is the Southeastern Conference champ, but while thai title usually carries Sugar Bowl rights, its no outright guarantee, The Blue Grass, turned down by Kentucky in a squad vote, has quite a list of potential guests for it debut in Louisville Dec. 13. Among the teams on the list is Rutgers. The Knights have record, will play, but want to know quick because of scheduling' commitments for winter sports. The Blue Grass committee Is also considering Alabama. North Carolina, Pitt, West Virginia, Florida Georgia Tech, Florida j State, Clemson, Tulsn, and Cincin ALL 6 VOLT STARTERS AND GENERATORS - REBUILT - $4.95 EXC. • All Parts For Cors And Trucks • AH Size Full Cap Tires, Also New And Used Tires! Wylie Glass & Salvage Co. Hwy. 67 West Hope, Ark, Phone 7-2786 YOUR AOENT SERVES YOU IN MANY WAYS f Because vve represent big limjli|ilc.liiu' i-a|iiuil MiM'K ill' 'i' rniii|iiiini'i', we tire uli tu nrwMili 1 jnii »r \<wr rmni'ili'H' H'iiliTinii tit INSURl?,,,fo be Roy And^rsan Insurance Ag§ncy Roy Anderson Mary §. gyan? George Fra?l?r , Main ' HPPP, QUALITY IN?URANCj <jo ? t i\9l JWfc 1 «% « fflnk 4>^ 'P TQ All Neighboring Qiti§s cyid We cleared up the air at Iheso | nnlj A , abnma ig a ., t choice/ . leeting with Johansson and Ahl-i Soutllc , rn Methodist could be n uisl," said D Amato. »'-! pn me choice for the Gator if it learod up rmmy mii-unders ana, upsots TCU this wec k enc i _ bl)t igs that existed involving both of |h;U mj h{ n .. a th(j Ml|Stangs s . . . things 1 was supposed lo! Sllfinr Bow , bid too . said and things that they ( F]w , id ., State jg an imo fficial ere quoted as saying. 'I think, in view of our new i choice lo face Buffalo in the Tan- Bowl al Orlando, Fla, ' ., . T , , i fiir.ijit: iiu>vi ui VJ immvj, i. ,.», ndurslandingf, that when Johan,, j 0(?c 2? Mississlppi Southern East ill have on goes back home he will have | new attitude as to thinking of hat might happen." prospects Johansson, the European heavy Light tilleholder and rankocl us le No. \ challenger for the world rown, has won 21 straighl bouts nee turning pro afler the 1932 Ijmpics in Helsinki, In his most cc-ent fight Sept, H, he knocked ut previously unbeaten Eddie laohen, Redding, Calif., in one :>und. , Patterson last fought Aug. 13 •hen ho stopped Roy Harris of ul and Shoot. Tex., in 12 rounds, TJ'Arriato said that Thayer Tut Tulsh, Miami (Ohio) Military also aro LSU Best in Nation Soys Weekly Poll By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer Loxusiann State, which has com chairman" of "the committpe Plotod its first perfect footbal hich made the substantial offer; sp.istm in half a century, wns or n title bout in Colorado Springs i ranked No 1 today in thti weekly t>xl summer The fight would be i Associated Press poll for tho fifth "pan of a centennial celebration, j slraighl week and appeared on the , ..... way to winning its fieri nations CIVIL WAR PAPPR 3 chnmoionshin ever. , IMCALESTER, Okla. M 1 )— County Paul Dietzol's outfit finishes' lerk John Park thought he was i wilh a 100 record, won U>-> Soull being kidded when Carl Jamtson ea*t<»rn Conference chamnionshir said he wanted to iito Civil War,«f<1 will be the host loam m tho Ubchartte papers. if"^' 1 Bowl. AH this by q te«ir But Jameson was serious. He, thai could do no boiler than lied the papers of his late relu-, -500 mark a year atjo End was ive Ebinex.ar B. Jameson, a first t nul Pv ™ consido^d a threat foi -ureieanl with the Third Regiment' the league title two months ago, of "the Arkansas Cavalry YoUw-, There will top one more pol ears of the Confederacy, next wock, bul its seems nothing | mure than a formahlv for LST to slay al the top LSU is tlv only undefeated-untied major col leao team. Tho sports writers and sports 115 firsl-plaeo Uif a \ _No tl c e_ 7oposed Bvidget of Expenditures Toaether with Tax Levy for Fiscal Year pecjinning Jyly 1, 1969, to and Including J^ne 30, 1960 _ svstom of 10 for first The Board of Directors of Spring 9 V". K "*" nd l s . Jnri 1" „ * J ^ Hill School District NC,10 of, A^SpS^VJie onlv Jfwnpstoad County, Arkansas, in, flrst , nl .. c ' VQ(os ...uipi, tho Til? compliance wUhJhe requirements j J," pltl£;(? NOKS vuucu tm - ilg casters gave votes, good for 1,445 ooints basec in jnent 4Q to the ConsUiwUoi) of th< . ate oi Ai-Kansas hsve prepared, Aub ' urni last yca ,., s naUon g approved, ^nd herpby makP pvjo- ehampion-which would have woi He the propose ^u4get of wwdi- }?he s ' 0 mie , U)(1 r.J u j sianBV iiii'o« i n» AJ h (»i 1 with tho tax rale, as t-^u j _.. _ M • - - turps with onp ]itt5e bit( W9S Successfully Defends Her Bowling Title LITTLE ROCK (AP)—Theresa <elono of Li tile Rock successful)} el'ended her all-event ' scratcl ••hampionship in t he Women' State Handicap Bowling tourmi nent here last night. She posted 535 in the -ten'n cvonl. S50 in doubles and 546 it ingles for a total of 1,631. She von the title at Fayetteville last Funeral Ambulance Service &UHal Association OAKCfifeSf FtWESAL HOMfi Dial tfl ?*2123 Real Estate for Sole modern, three bedroom lorne, floor furnace, near school. 6hly $1200 cash ahd assume FttA loaiii totty modern, three bed toom hofne, cenlral henl, wall to Wall carpeting, carport. Lived in two weeks, osvher transferred. A bargain. Six roorn hoitie, built-in garage. '14th' Street, excellent condition, "We 'have other Well • constructed tomes-, wilh PttA or conventional financing available. LEONARD . ELLIS Real JSstate, insurance, Loans lOS.East.Second Phone 7-2221 ....... 20-Gtc Lost t>r Strayed BLACK nnd white male setter birc dog pup. 5 months old. Reward 'Buddy Calhoon, RFD 3, Box 18G Ark. Phone PR 7-3014. 19-6tp Female Help Wanted „,! Ollye Davidson of Little Rodk ook the singles championship with «99. The doubles title went to Shirley Worrow and Vaneva Foples of title Rock who rolled 1,293. El Dorado's Dr. Pepper -'-pin-, sters won the tctim champion- hip with 3,003. Runners-up were: Singles — Julia Schlosbcrg Jonesbovo 681, Henry Gurley of:,j Fayetteville 073, .'Chris Gabour of:, Texarkana G72, Jenny. Elliott of El ! Dorado 068. 'Doubles—Jenny Elliott and Patty Speer of El Dorado 1,262, Jomi Baugh and. Mablc ..Bundle of-Jones-, boro 1,251, Margie Graves nnd, Patty Sani'ord of .El Dorado 1,250, Julia Schlosberg and .Molly Coleman of Jonesboro 1,247. Team—J. O, Bridges of El Do- rndo 3,020, Palace Bowling Lanes of. Jonesboro 2,092, Low Five of Lilll'e Rock 2,900, Pleasure Palace No. 4 of Little Rock 2,959. AVON .Cosmetics has immedial opening for mature .women not olh erwise employed to service excel lent Avpn territories. Can ear -$2.00 or more per hour. Pleasanl •dignified work. Openings in Fulton MclNalb, Mc'Caskill and Columbus Car necessary. Write Avon. BOJ . : 37<7, Hot Springs, Ark. Give d Sections to home. 24-5t Committee to Report on Two Proposed Lows ...HOT SPRINGS, Ark, (AP)—The Legislative Committee of the Arkansas Municipal League is scheduled to report todiiy on three proposed laws that could have far- reaching effects. The Municipal League is holding annual convention here. The Negro Community Either Hlcki Phone 7-4878 or 7-4474 PHQNI 7*3431 FOR AB TAKER yffS^HUH^.. L^.^l-L'i»*-«*~l WANT AD RATK For S01« screens, doors, stdfm Vindows, weather « stl'ippiftg( irl s sulation, roofing, awnings, gut' terihg, brnafnetital railing. Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phqfte ^5867. 94f 956 SftTDESAKE'R pickup. Cattle bed. heater, clean and in good condition. Phohe 7''2204 or 74011. All Wdnf AJs iife pdvob'e W advance 1 but afls «.'ill tfe icceptH bvef the telephone and aixorribdcM tlbrt Sccounts allowed Wlfh thS UH- defStaMdiri^ the accouhf is When Stateffient Is ferittered. Mufflbef 5f Wbfds Up to 15 16 t6 50 J1 to 25 U to 30 31 tfi 35 to 46 One Day .45 .60. .75 .90 1.05 1,20 FIVE room house. $1.000. A good buy to rebuild or move. Johij W.. Webb, Ozan, Ark. 2Mfn 41 to 45 1.35 46 to 50 1.SO three Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.PO 5.16 2.40 2.70 3.00 SIX Days 1-50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 450 5.00 Month 4.50 6,0d 7.50 irtf 12.60 13.50 15.60 951 OLDS Fordor. hardtop. Good second car. Call PR 7-2487. 274f CO'LTJSPOT Refi-igerator, like new, also good used gas range and small dinette suite. Will sell rea> sonable. Call Dcmal Parker, 73431. 17-tf SMA1.L tracts of land near town suitable for chicken farms. 80. acres limber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark. See Ralph Saunders or Phone 7-4001. 19-tf CLASSIFIED DISPLAY PANSJES, Snapdraggons, Stock and Phlox now. JUst ready. Sunshine Gardens, Hwy 67 East, 5 miles. 21-(He HANDMADE Ceramic pieces for sale by Altar Society at old Stewart Jewelry .Store, starting Nov. 28. Priced below value. 21r6tp ................... 3 time* .................... .... -6St pet Inch 6 times ........................ 55d fjef inch Rates quoted above are fbf ebri* secutive Insertions. Irrcgulaf of skip date ods will toke the one-day fate. All dolly classified advertising cot>y Will be accepted until 5 p.m, fobo publication the following day, _ . if The publlshec reserves the f§§ht td revise of- edit all advestisements of .' fered for publication and to re|ect any objectionable advertising submitted. . Initials of one or More letters, groups of fiauros, such as house of 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 1950 2 door Ford. Good condition. Phone 7-2946. 22-3tp Wanted to Buy ONE small upright piano. Call Don Griner at 7-6620. 22-6tc Far Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc Hope Star Stor of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January IB, 1929 NICELY Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only. No drinking. 801 East 3rd. 3-tf, Thought for the day A man should live with his superiors 'as he does with his fire; not too near, lest he burn; not too far off, lest he freeze — Diogenes. Calendar- of Events The ' Yei-ger-Shovcr Street PTA are, compiling all anniversaries, in memoriam, in service, meeting date, birthdates for a birthday calendar starting Jan. 1, 1059. All names printed on the Calendar are 50c each, For information contact: Mrs, B. L. Brittian, Mrs. Ophelia Williams, MVs, Lula Gamble, Will V. "Rutherford, or Roscoe Smith. 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 perform certain household duties in adjoining apartment to pay part or all o£ rent. Call-. 72854^ 22-tf FU'R'N-ISHiEO apartment. Middlebrooks Grocery. Dial 7-3791, 24-3tp tope Star route open for boys 12 •years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office. .Nelson-Hill Post No, 427 will meet -tonight at Hicks Funeral Home, All members are asked to present, its Executive Committee would read reports concerning proposals to re- levy the city aulo license fees abolished by thtf IPftV Legislature, to modernize purchasing systems in first class cities and to .present lor a popular vote u constitutional a m e n d m c n t authorizing home ( rule for cities and towns, Mayor Ben Butler of Osceola ad•dressed the opening pession of the onu-day convention. Gov. Orval E. F""bus was scheduled to make a noon speuH but his office said this morning that the appearance had been cap pelled, The governor's office had announced earlier that Faubus was taking a rest and syoulU --'" no public up))eavancus thjs The Hopewoll PTA will sponsor a Pre-Thanksgiving Banquet Tuesday, Nov, 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the THE Last Night Fight 1 PRESS 't Yerger will be guest speaker. Admission is 75c single; $1.25 per couple. Tickets can be bought from PTA members and teachers, The PTA of Fulton Elementary School held its regular meeting Thursday, Nov, 20 -with Mrs. V, Cannon, president, presiding. • Plans were made for the annual Thanksgiving feast, which will be served to a)l interested persons on Thursday, NOV, 27, beginning at 12 noon, Mrs, E, G, M'adison, reporter, Leicester, EnsVand — Zora FoJ- i Jey. lOli'a, Chandler, Ariz., sto»po.4 I Joe Bygvaves, ?03%, Jamaica, 51. Leicester, England. — Joey Ann*Strong. 198, Ghana,, won on foil} Art -Svyiden, 1 burg, 7, ' New 156, Kw.ting. Victor slopped Frank YorK 136. Philadelphia, ?loppe(J \VaJden,/}34 , 15Q'4 f Springfield,, Mass,, Ul, - JoKjW xvhieh will play acuse in, th,p X)4*j»ngp Eo»'l. was the only stiver tea.pi that to collect jnorp than 1.09Q aess <AFiWy,§. PI* A>=el /• PssH yestei': wyUanV i. Rnse«ll. R8-fti'<| Jsyy of $ Pyectors mills, T«s firo- once , Ppipts, nin.c games, had L Ten hei goes Against pelUoroln in'Uxe "fourth/ Tho ,'fhen, f, , ' - -7» •}*'••*' f-i't* -^^TV l\T t^ ~|t" s^-t v ''?'>' 4U' i^'Pt •ASfl^ffiT.' P,lU^ Sl »^ fltt4 §yr(y>y^.. ? .'^ Q J %:§Mj.'"i§ ilie,'pJUy,j ' * 4 U* ivt .•* t-? i n mi, t*, 'n. ^_ Honprec) on Sixth Birthday Linda Faye Nelsqn was honored with a party on her sixfh birthday, at her .honie Saturday, NOV. 22, Games were played an4 pictures were taken, Linda Faye was the recipient of rpany lovejy gifts. Jce cream and cake was served tp Thomas, 'JJaroJd and Margo Ross, Jflcquolyn WHherspoon, Nancy Scott, Jackie, Cathy and Karen Davis, Ruth Braggs, Carneetg Bis- liop, Windle Ross, Linda Gamble, pj'e.nUs.3 lf, Thomas Nell PvesM, Evelyn Stewart and Jpypp Smith, Harriet , Belinda Mpfa4d.cn, Cailje , PhlUys Strong, Minnie Mc= jijon, Pe'bpral) WilUams, Yera and Garplyn WUliams and, Larry 'ggmlng mi fi?ing A. B. Kount? of Kf>osas City, js t!i§ hQusp ivj^st of Mr> B' 1 ^ M ! ' s {Joeap'^nd Pth?r relatives rr^f , Gets 10 Yeors in ff ice f Wanted Published everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secy-Trci, at The Star Building -k 212-14 South Walnut Street w Hope, Arkansas Alex, H. Woshburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Dona! Porker, Advertising Mgr. George W; Hosmcr, Mcch. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member'.of : the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription kotas (payable In advanc'j) By carrier In Hope and neighborina towns. •— Per week Si JO Per year ' s .*° By mail In Hempstead, Nevbda, LaFayerte, Howard and Miller Counties — One month 5 •" Three -months Six months ' One Wear ...*. For Rent or Sale BEOROOM home. 41G S, Grady. Contact or call Mrs, W. I. Stroud. YUkon 3-2362 -Washington, 14-1-mo c Services Offered UET us renovate your old ,m»t- tress. We specialize In preiiurt- zed tnnerspring. COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4th, Pbone 7-3029 RALPH Montgomery Market, cu» torn slaughtering, We have.meat for your, deep freeze. See up before INGER SEJWING MACHINE CO, Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd, k, E, Booth, Phone PR 7^895, 544-tf All oHier mail — One month Three months ,. Six months One year 1.85 3,SO 6.50 'fei 3!90 7.80 15.60 Mot'l Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterirk, Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 ^exas , Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Mlchiqan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 e, 42nd'St., Now York (7, N, Y.; 1763 Penobscor Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich,;, Terminal Bldg,, Oklahoma City ^ Ok!a. Member of The Amweloted, Pre«: The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcption ' of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches, Taylor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP! ^- FOREIGN CARS — *> 216 8. Hazel Phone 7-40g2 Orville T.ayler - John Bill Jordan !USTOM slaughtering, Hogs $2, Cattle for hides, Hauled free up to 10 miles. Phone PR 7-3578 or 7^2701. 27-l.rnc Notice BH? • Wi» D A. P, Deloneyi Wf TB CPMPATfT f re? Upfenit«» Vmi * WiH ' r *- ao. Brother? BPW?? re-1 n garharo " 2W Ma- Buy and ^eH Antique Furniture and bric.a.brnc. ;gYEB? Q'U'g, SHOP, -'Patrnqs * Springs ^p^d, phoqe ^057,- : not' bg ' I' •debts .other than tho?.e myself. ]^nd,a WANTED TO BUY pine Pylpwooo by TrypK - Cyt' In Woods op otherwise. , HAROLD HfNDRIX Phens PR M3?1 1§th A U9Mls!ana, Hope, GRIU CAFE IRIAKFAST Home Style Hot Biscwiti Optn 3 A, M, \Q 8 P. M, MATTRISSIS Furnitiirt i Mottrtii Ct, Ambulonce

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