Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 28, 1958 · Page 6
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Bobcats Rip Nashvilie i,. First Undefeated Season PI STAR, H6M, ARRAN'IAI m tfho. New? day \vhiU teen U.! 'man lie c lion "t \Vhal Nc n su ,nskl schq "Hint lo s DIP Tl Jici! inni dow shit r sho Rci it ' the >. ha\ cor i"g lid ,s'o of Nc \Vf In! sic fu til 111 oi G a] N PI s or S n Coach John Piercc's victorious ttofce fiobeals rambled to n perfect season by downing the Nashville Scrappers (il to 13 Thanksgiving l)ny at Nashville. Practically oil the game was played in n cold rain which failed to keep about loon loyal Hope fans Irom a I (ending. The J05B Bobcats have broken jecortls in every phase of lhe game) First they won tlie district crown. H was the firs I unbeaten Bobcat season and Jlr,pi- ran up a tola) ot 400 points in 12 games while limit' m« the opposition to only 60 points ahd all out Hirer of those were scored when the second and Ihird stringers were in (he game. Hope started fasl and never slowed up. Don Boothe rolled 10 yards on iho first play from scrim-1 Hinge for a TU and he kicked Iho ' point for a 7-0 lead. I Washvillt- look the kick off, failed! to gam much in two plays and Dave WiiUuns intercepted n pass. 7 Bobcats Are on All-District Football Team in a mceliriff hen 1 earlier this week Coaches met ahtl selected the all-district team. Seven Hope plny< crs made the list. Fullback Don Booths of Hope was ha mod the outstanding player in the district with SeroKgihs of Sniackover second and Johnson of Magnolia third. HIGH SCHOOL Mile ftnek Central 7. Little fiock Hall 0 I El Dorado 52, Cnmrlen 12 Liulc Rock Catholic 2(5, North Little Mock 0 th'htnn 2.1 Pine Bluff 20 Malvcrn 45, Arkadelphla 13 Holly Grove 14. Clarendon 13 Ashdown 19, t'rescott 6 Morriltoji 13. Cnnway 12 Ejoi-hiotl 7, McGfhee 7 ftie ) Helena 7, MaHnnna 1 (tit-i Jpncsboro 27. Pnrnfioiilfl 6 Mountain Hoinc IB. Harrison 13 Hope Dl, Nfashville 13 OSceola 35, Marked tree 19 12, Corning 7 Major Bowls on Saturday By Efi WILKS Associated Pres Sports WHtsp MJay, , 19S8 Hop« Star Classified Ads AOS MUST IE IN OFFICE DAY 1EFOR! HJIL16ATI6N PHONI J.3W FOR AD TAKER uv° n n 1 pi., JS j.,tiM- n Johl1 Gnivcs Ot ""' ""' nnd : defensive. nblno « Cro. -, i, h a> in the of Mafinolia Offensive, Thurman of Womnck of Smncko £" DC- and ) fensive, •>olhe KlemlnR of Crossett again scored on a 25 yard scamp-! Guards: Offensive er. Dave Watkins made it 20-0. Nashville slill couldn't move, , Newport 33. BnlcPvilie fi Greenwood 32, Mansfield 0 ' St. Anne's 2!\. Ox.ark 0 Stuttgart 14, Brinlt-y 0 1'nrkln 14, Knrlc i:i walnut nidco !i.|. Pocahonlas 13 Hazel) 14. D<;s Arc 0 DcQucctt 20, Texarkana G COLLEGE Arkansas A&M 21, Southern State , Hope took over and Jerry Thurman crossed from the one, the PAT failed and the scon- was 20-0. On the last play ot the first quarter Watkins passed to End Bill llnirr who stepped .'if) yards to paydirt. AVntkins passed to End Bill Main- point and it was 33-0 at the end of the first quarter. Nashville scored In the second quarter wilh Bite-hie goin« i/vor. Hope wasted no time wilh Watkins lacing 60 yards to score and Winston Duke plunging over for the PAT. In the last minutes of the quarter John Graves was rushed trying to punt, took off. pinked up a couple of key blocks and went 80 yards for n TD. Butler ran over the point. Before the quarter \\.is over Ray Duke intercepted a pass and ran.'-jO yards to score, Joe Duke made tlie PAT and Ihe halt ended. with Hope holding a 54 to 7 lead. • Hope's final touchdown came in, the third period with Wayne Camp going over from 15 yards out. Roy Rowe's PAT was good making the score O'i to G. Nashville scored again in the final quarter with Young going over and making the PAT, Duke of Hope. Scroggins of Sniackover. Defensive, Jeffers of l-'nlrvlcw and Brallon of Camden. Centers: Hoy Rowc of Hope nnd defensive. DeLamar of Arkadel- Offensive. David Watkins, Don Bnothe, Hope; Grieo of Cros.sett and Johnson of Magnolia Defensive, John Graves of Hope, Furr of Magnolia, Hoss of Crossett and Curtis of Fail-view. I'eiin Sink- 2i. Pitt 21 Cornell '19. pt-nn 7 llrown 28, Colgate- (j Wosl 1, Ktist 15 , f flow)» State's 2521 upset Thursday, that marred Ihp Cnrii-ts- record with a and Notre Dame 1 lhe :in Oily Statistics: Hope J3 1st. Downs •HU 35 90 13 3 110 Yds. Hushing ... Lost Hushing .. Yds. Passing . Passes Attctnp. Completed Penalties Nashville 6 .... 108 . ... 81 27 13 .... 4 .... 45 Legal Notice The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors of /the Saratoga School District No. 9 and 11 of Howard and Hcmpstoud Counties on Saturday, December G, 1958, between the hours of 8;00 a, m, and 6:30 p, m. The electors will jvote a school tax of 30 mills to be levied for general fund for the opera lion of schools of said district and for one board member to be elected for Post No. 1 for a ye'riod of five years. 'The polling places in the district ivil} be, the "same as heretofore designated," '•, S1GNKD: • Mrj>. Mary S. Goodman Secretary of School Board Npv. 14, 21, 28, J858 Legal Notice ;,' The annual school election will -•i be held by the qualified, electors yv the 'Fatmos School District No. 1 - 9' of Hempstcad County on Sat* ^ Mi-dny, Decomobr (3, 1958, between ^\ the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 6:3C ^ i p, m. The" electors will vote a school ;Yj- tax of. 27 mills In be levied for debt jU', ^orvico and general fund for the -^,'~ operation of schools of said district sfj-; and '-Cor one board member to be |5 elected for Post No, 1 for a period |f- of fjvo years. tC- - The polling places in the district 5Sj?i-. -svill bo the same as heretofore El Dora do Is AP Choice for State's Best By THE ASSOCIATED' PRESS .El Dorado virtually assured It self of maintaining Tirst place- ii JUo Associated Press ratings of Arkansas jn-cp football.teams vith an unsy 5?-12 victory over Camden yesterday. Tin?' El Dorado victory was no- cording to form, and most of the other Thanksgiving Day clashes turned out the same way. Uitle rock Catholic blanked North Little Rock 26-0, Little Hock Central nipped Little Rock Hall and Dcriucen boat Texarkana 20-G, Central jumped on a erilicjii Hall High error in thu second quarter |o come away with a victory in lhe first meeting of the crosstown rivals. Bill Collier sst Central up. for the score on Hull's 25 by covcrine •i punt that bounced onto Hall quarterback Jim Rowland's shoulder and then rolled free. The Tigers drove to the eight from whore Claude Fulton hit OIK Jim Kindcrman wilh a buttonhook pass between two Hall defenders J'ljJlbnck Steve Hathcotc recovered a teammate's fumble and ran it over for (he extra point. Hall (hrcatoned, but Central's de - lonso always stiffened in time. 131 Dorado scored nlmosl at will m clowning Camden. From the cnrjy moments of the Rame, 131 Dorado jwltnsln'd powerful ground thrusts and deceptive passes thai Camdon was helpless to com but,. Herbert Ray Martin, El Ponido's South Carolinn 24. Wake Forest 7 Virginia Tech 21, VMl 10 William-Mary IK. Richmond 1.1 Knsl Carolina 2(1, Guilford 0 Lonoir Hhync 22, Calawbji 0 Allen 3, Belhunc-Cookman 2 ^Miss Southern 20, Ch;,tlano"i'a Texas 27. Texas A&M n Wiley II), Texas College J'< Abilene Christian 4!), Howard" Payne 30 Cincinnati 18. Miami (Ohio) 7 • TulSa 25, Wichita ft Colorado Stale Univ 9, Denver 8 Utah 12, Utah Stale 7 College of Pacific 52. Fresno State 6 San Dlcjrn Univ 24, Montana 13 Humboldt Stale 20. Whitworlh 12 Porlcrville 33, Shasta 20 lOli",-- 14-14 lie. Tulnn beat Navy. Notre Dnme. which closes at Southern California Saturday, was tho only common fop on lhe' Army and Navy schedule.-*, and Cadets b-.-nt lhe IriMi 14-2. Half a dnr.cn or so giimes will decide bow! bids. Only two of tlu- five innjor boivlj arc filled. Iow;i and Callforntn will play in the Rosi? Bowl, and Oklahoma ,-ind Syracuse fill tho OraiiKc Bowl. The Cotton Bowl needs a team to face Texas Christian, the Sugav Bowl needs an opponent for Louis- major bowl berths filled and Philadelphia's pal Stadium will bo packt-d for the Army-N,wy «an,e Saturday as the schedule bf fediUfiaf _„ foolbiill fin-s its last blast as printed below, has beett'tftkel 0 lhe sen.-oh. from John AldeH Kftlght's Soltifla Army. shunninK bowls, lakes a Tables. Plan yoUf d&ya 56 thfl 7-0-1 record against Navy, shunned | y° u wm be fishlhg In g"ood teffltdrj by bowls in light of a so-so (j-21 ° r hunting In good cover dlifinj mark, tt was Pitt, knocked out these times, If you W'sH to fifid the 01 the major bowl picture by Ponn ° est s P oti that e&dh dky has to offer. The Major Periods afe shoWft Ifl boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hout and a half or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Friday 7:00 12!45 7:25 1!10 SiUiii-clay 7:45 1:30 8:10 1155 Sunday 8:30 2:15 8:55 2i46 wit.idit-w from the list of post- KCMSOII prospects although under Bi-n.ais consideration by the Blue Grass Bowl committee. -- _ Th( ' Blue Grass, with Alabama iann State and tliu Gulor Bowl has il '"P choice, will name its pair- two berths to I ill. in.u Monday. Pill's slill alive for ot"f Wn ' Calir " rni «- Syracuse and lhis one - nl O"g with Tulsa and LSU have completed their regu- Kll "' l(l " Stale in addition to the Jar seasons. Oklahoma shuts clown r -' lllus already listed by the majrr shop Saturday agninsl Oklahoma bcnvl groups. Alabama (5-3-1) Slate. TCU calls il quits against clost ' s Saturday against Auburn Southern Methodist. iH-o-n, which is looking for 'its OI the lop 10 learns in lhe lal-1 second straight unbeaten season est Associalod Press poll, five bul ls bann ed from bowl play to already have 'been picked for NOAA probation. Ambulance Association FtWEftAL HOME fiisl f»JS M2123 20'lffi' For Rent or Sole 3 B-EORc-oM Home. 416 S, Gfady Contact or call Mrs. W. i. Stroud itrkon 3-2382 Washington. Lost WHITE! and black spotted fernat tcrfier. fioward. Phone 74910. 284 Wonted Mope Star route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office, EXPERIENCED farm cciuipmen nj'echanic. M'an must be Shop foreman material. Good pay g-ood working conditions, wcL equipped shop, bonus plan, paic vacations, hospital insurance plan, in a modern growing community. A real opportunity foi the right man. Write to Box .VI, c/o Hope Star, Hope, Ark. 29-ltc Beach City 28, Antelope Bowl) Long Valley 8 (Alfalfa Yuba 20, Olympic College 12 (Lumber Bowl) picked for bowls iLSU, No, 1; Oklahoma No 5; Jowa, No. 4: TCU. No. 7; and Syracuse. (No. 10). Three are ineligible (Auburn, Nc. 2; Wisconsin. No. 0; nnd Ohio State, No. 0) and one (Army, No. 5) turns ItJ bank on such doings. That leaves Air Force (No Hi as the only top 10 team still to be had. And the Cotton Bowl likely will get (he Falcons (S-O-U it they whip Colorado Saturday. The Sufinr Bowl reportedly is set to tap Clemson (7-2) to facu, unbeaten, untied LSU New Year'H Day jf the Atlantic Const Confer-' once chajnpicn beats Fuvman Saturday. That leaves SMU, Mississippi Georgia Tech, -• • • Tulsa (73; finished with a 25-G victory over Wichita Thursday. . Virymiu Tech eliminated Virginia Military from the postseason. hope- UiV-; 21-16. Cincinnati defeated Miami (Ohio) 18-7 in a battle of minor bowl prospects. Cornell gained a second-place tie with Princeton in the l.yy League behind ' champ Dartmouth by defeating Penn 19-7. Court to Rule on 3rd Major Airline Strike By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A federal judge in New York City today extended until Monday „, „„.. ull .. 01 . aliu , ou P«o?s AssirK" 18 , 'I 1 ' Ah l Lln ° Sh0l " Cl Air ^ rct ! " ld - or ciVm- ^ SM » y ln DelraH ..to'a S Jiiols Assn. from striking Amcri- son slip up. i she mot" at a 'college dance Airlines, rpl -~ — a --- <-- • ' " The Negro Either Hick* Phonti 7-4678 op 7-4474 Thought for the day _ The men of the ipast had convictions, while we moderns have only opinions — H. Heine Georgia Tech, Florida, South na e c n.KeyUgureintho •Carolina, Vanderbill and Rice on, Bon ' kcy figure i Womon in V<ard Cqsie to Get Married DETROIT (AP) _ Maureen Kagcn.keyfigureinlho sensa- .. --- - Rice on , the prowl for the Galor Bowl bid — or the Sugar and Cotton in the «ensa- Montgomcry Ward Thornc -breaking ' 'be Calendar of Events The Yerger-Shover Street PTA are compiling all anniversaries, in memoriam, in service, meeting! date, birthdates for a birthday calendar starling Jan. 1, ]959. All) names printed on the Calendar are! »0c each. For information contact: Mrs. B. L. Brittian, Mrs. Ophelia Williams, Mrs. Lula Gamble, Will V. Rutherford, or Roscoe Smith. ALUMINUM screens* dddrs, staffs Wihdows, weather » slfipping, Jfl* sulalion, fc-oiirig, aWfiings, gut* tefin| ( oHiaffiental failing. Ffe'S Afidfews, 1950 STlft5ESAKfeft pickup. Cattle bed, heatcf, eibah attd ifi goad dohditloh. Phofte 9*5204 of ?40il,'. WANT AB RATis All Wdhf Ads ore pdyab'8 ,'H edVafttS but dds will be accebfed 8»Sf >h^ felephcwiS and aft-ioijlddd-* tioti accbuhts ollbwed wilh th« Uns fhg account is paydbt* n&nf is f .Mufhbef 5? UP fa is 16 to 20 21 fd 25 56 to 30 36 Ja 46 One* Day .45 .60. 16s 1.20 1951 OLDS JTorcloi*, hardtop. £b6d 41 *6 -ts Las "* " " ' second cat, Call PR ?^487, CoLUSPOT Refrigeraloi-, like hew, also good used gas range attd small dinette suite. Will sell rea> sonablc. Call Donal Parker, ?• 3431 i?,tf 3 SMALL tracts of land near town suitable for chicken farms. 80 acres ttirrbei' land two miles out of Foreman, Ark. See Ralph Saunders or Phone 7-4001. 10-tf *& f6 50 1.50 boys .90 1.20 1.50 f.PO 2.10 2.40 •210 3.00 Si* Days 1.50 2.06 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 . 4.50 5.00 , OfiS Mohtft 4Jd £.60 Iso §.00 10.50 J2.00, >13-.58' -15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY SOc per mch 3 times 65c par inch 6 timiis S5c per ihth PANSIES, Snapdraggons, Stock ' and Phlox now. Just ready. Sun^ shine Gardens, Hwy 67 East, a Miles. 21-Gtc HANDMADE Ceramic pieces for sale by Altar Society at old Stewart Jewelry Store, starting Nov. 28. Priced below value. 21-Gtp Wonted to Buy quoted above ar6 fbf corU Secuflve insertiorts. Irregular of sklb dale ads will take the ohe-day fate. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted Until S p.m. fat publication the following day. The publisher reserves the right t6 revise or edit all ddvostisernents of si fcred for publication arid 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 jn Want Ads unless errors ore called to our attention after fIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7*3431 ONE small upright piano. Call Don Griner at 7-6620. 22-6tc For Rent lOCAL trailers. Bycrs Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoo Hope Star Star of Hope 1899,- Press 1»27 Consolidated January 18, 1929 CICELY Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only. No drinking. 801 East 3rd, 3-tf .UPSTAIRS apartment. 3 large rooms and private bath. 203 High Street. ig Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs, C, E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Sccy-Trcs, of The Star Building 212-14'South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas mar- The order, _ issued) Smu needs an upset over , speedy right halfback, carried 10 times and gained 185 yards in total offense, Martin had help from fullback •tommy Brasher, who totaled 107 yards in eight carries and designated, SIGNED: Gary Formby Secretary of School Board giaroV' back Howard Elder, who gained 70 on- seven tries, Little Royk Catholic's conquest , Monday, was to have expired to- light, U.S. Dist. Judge Frederick Van Pelt Bryan criticized both siclf for failing to get together in * scheduled meeting ihis week, Hi said they had noled "pretty silly' nnd had "failed morally."' Operations of two other majo nil-linos—.Eastern and Trans Work 'college ciaiice. TCU Mis « Ragon. 22, is to wed —have boon halted by strikes ... volving about 35,000 flight ongi neers and mechanics. Jn Miami.- U.S. judge Emett C Choate said he intends ,to issue .1 "partial injunction" in the Eastern •Air Lines flighl engineers strike Ho did not elaborate. Eastern has asked Choate to enjoin iis engineers from striklnu over a requirement thai they lie qualified pilots before being allowed lo fly in jel planes. J'ho engineers said wages and working conditions also are at io- sue and thai a ruling; on .the pilot training requirement would not af- lect the walkout. "We will continue striking on the other issues," said 0. N. Rob erts, chairman of the Miami 'P early, Quarterback Larry Hoyt had a sjjcctncujijr., day as he led the to their ninth . the Flight International Assn. American Airlines had a s k o d Bryan to extend I junction ~...u .ii^uc. an upsei over TCU «iiss «a«cn, i!a, is lo wed a 30 to. make il. .Misisisppi plays i yoar-old Chicago plastering con- Mississippi Slate, Tech takes tin j lector, William ' Kalleux at St- Georgia, Florida finishes against Agnes Roman Catholic Church ':' Miami, Vandcrbilt. meets Tennns- •seo and Rice'plays Baylor, South Carolina i7-3) wrapped up its regular season Thursday bv whipping Wake Forest 24-7 "Mississippi Southern, also a' bowl prospect, locked up a perfect (9-01 •'o' ; 'l3 ? "' defeating Chattanooga Texas (7-3) look itself out of possible bowl, consideration after rapping Texas A&M 27-0. Rutgers '8-1), which i inched last week- sot tired of waiting and also Church; Maureen claimed she was the fiancee of Thome, 20-year-old heir oi a multi-milion dollar mail order fortune who died under myso torious circumstances June ID 1954. ' A Church Conference will be held at Bethel A'ME Church tonight, (Friday) at 7:30 ,p,rri. Rev. J. S. Morgan, pastor is asking all members to bo .present, rooms Front and back entrance. Adults only. Call PR 7-3104. 28-3'tc Business Opportunities . The Melody Five Spiritual Singers of Magnolia, will appear at M-t, Pleasant CME Church, Two .-Mile Branch Community Sunday, JVov, 30-at 7:30 p.m. sponsored by Mrs. Ruth ' Turner. The public is invited. Birthday Party Given Howard Trotter was honored on his Eighth birthday with a party Sunday afternoon at 3 p,m, in Rarity of the platinum group of tho Yerger Home Economics metals is shown by the fact that' Building, only 30 tons are mined each year. | A:£t er many games were played, In comparison, each year produces ' S v ' os ts were invited into lhe din- about 1,200 tons of gold and 7,000 jng room where birthday cake, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAN. OR WOM'AN Responsible .person from this area to service and collect from, cigarette dispensers, No selling.. Car, references and $592.50 to ?1975:00 investment necessary, 7 to 12 hours weekly nets up to $327.50 monthly income. Possible full time work. For'local interview give phone and particulars, Write lo International Distributing Co,, P,O, Box 865, Oklahoma City, Okla. ' - 28-ltp Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Janes, Managing Editor Donol Porker, Advertising Mgr. George W. v Hosmer, Meeh. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office ot Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Mcm'ucr of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Female Help Wanted tons of silver. Chapter 34 unfastened the g u n r cl all the machines beg'an to move, . .. , .v, „„„. SU m- a f tm '»-g slowly out of their slum- luun and started clown (he slops' . ' . waJcl »S> expanding, growl- ( *„„ <t. . , „., V JH-JJ3 , n o- > n hum 111 tir* . M,~ _ • ._ j , Her (he lowed ich.ng Jus — -»••.-.•*- v« vt v (V (I Lilt M tUIJa I ! >il • i j. • • - - -T-- T O i o t u i| *'• d"g. The red UgMs ,"^'' h TT lg: the , S 1 "" 4 whools alarmingly. Ho be-mi bt ^ a " to Uu ' n! lhc a»™s lifted :_ .. H ' . . >-"- = "U flllrK thnn llocnnn^n^ ...!»1- _ ' way around ihe nvi with a punt return — gained H3 yards rushing and passed for 53 yards more, ' i ' 'Defense 1 played' a big role in Do- Qupen's victory over Texarkana. While sotting ofi a potent offunso itself, pequeen kupt and uiies changes, s-horter work ! oijtcome ot its nttack in finally sxirronder. Legal Notice annual school election will f ' & be held by the qualified electors of rFjhe Blevins School District Js r " of Bempstead County'on Su,. t,<,prday, Pecemebr (?, 1958, between " r tep hours of 8:00 a, m. and 6:30 ;<p. »V The electors vvi]j vote a school -'"N of 37 mills tp bp levied for debt •-•-~ and general fund for the. r>> n of schools pf said district 2»,i«d for one board member to be L - 1 '-'"" f»v Post No- 1 for H perio^ years. .wiling places in the district the same as heretofore «alph bo ing a touchdown in tho final pr. Meanwhilp PcQueen's backs had romped to a safe lead behind tho running of quarlorbppk Aubrey (.690! Notice awaits (Ue no strike pica against its flight engineers scheduler) to conio up today before Fed- c!go m Ml TJio annual school ejoption will be hpjd by tho qua}J(4?ci eleptors o{ tho Spring, Hill School putrict No, 30 Of JfempsteacJ Pounty on S«{> Ul'day, PepOHiebv §, 1958, tlw hours, o| 8;QO 3. m, p. m. Th§ ejpctprj \vijl votp a ,~,. "• • T^-.«V^»V- Mi MM sin, liven if an injunction s granted, however, Eastern will be uiiflblo to operate until a nv- chamcs dispute is settled, Muanwhilo, nonslruck airlines nave been filling the gap in iir transportation, but not without fcpmo delays and confusion. Putting every available aircraft into hinory. Rex slopped, hfted head and watched his progress. Catherine know what Paul noing. She can i," s c r e a m e cl, was "You He got to the back of the pas Siise. squeezed against (he wait, Below him, and under lhe ma eljnery, Rox waited, For a bare moment they were all still than descended with a sound that slJOoKjlhc concrete floor. The wails 'trembled. The house above them vibrated as all lhe windows fjcsv open and shut, lhe beds went up 'and down in their socKcls, the fire screen crashed over and over onto the hearth, all the mechani. cal wonders of the building jigged. and bounced and. pounded in rhy» thm. thin, ace cream, punch, nuts and eandy was served. , Those attending were Linda Sue Hicks, • rfancyi .Williams, Donnie Jackson Jr,, Semmie Smith, Sharon Smith, Wallace Johnson Jr., Willie Preston, Bruce Bishop, Carol. Williams, Jamas Williams, Linda Faye GaTrfble, Frank Williams Jr,, Barbara Hunter, Jackie Hamilton, Joan Davjs and Leon Maxwell, Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. M. V, Minor, Miss Rvith Garland and Miss Berta Brittatn, Coming snd Going Sgt. DeLeon \yeston Jeft Monday AVON Cosmetics has immediate opening 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, McCaskill and Columbus, Car necessary, Write Avon, Box 377, Hot Springs, Ark, Give directions to home. 24-5lc Subscription ftolcs (payable in advanc'--) By carrier in Hope and neighboring .tovvns .— • Per week A'. S ,30 Per yoar '.- Is 60 By mail in Hcmnstcad, Nevocla, LaFayorfo, Howard and Miller Counties — One month $ .85 Three monfhi 1.85 Six months 3,50 On« year 6.SO All other moil — One month .. ..,.,......,,.,„.,,.,,,,, I.JO Three months „., 3,90 Six months , ,... 7.80 One year 15.60 Services Offered for Foj't will leave /or Germany,. N.-J,.from where he 6;30 a.-j o| s to i?p levied for service and . gs^ersl Iyn4,for the operation foj- pnp |?pjird of 4istvip| to be the holiday crush. Trains and ij US es wore jammed to. But Thursday there was tho us- a nnd-hoiidav i u jj, W ilh mos t CMii-icrs reporting littlp crowdtna \NUen vacationists start returning o|ne this weekend, Lowe^r! l {ilS U'ansporlatjon problpm will become complex again. . The flight engineers of fiyc years. lhe poilin|- iJr bo the in t))P a? hprei.ofQve P, A. Sopt?r ving engineer P U* 8 wage demand changes. of ... wage boosts and on jots. The Iho one farther on, rearing its pray head in the gloom, The master switch for ail ti le machines toaeilior was on Ins: sack wall of tho pil, almost out of reach. Paul, his arms still out stretched, glared hungrily aroun'A 'he pit, the white glare of tho destroyer. His gi are lighted on the master switph, "That'll gel him" His fury poured out of hU mouth Jiko froth. Ke be P an sciueczlng his body back into the Deepest cornpr, cranning toward "'" - switch, hjs fingers animajs ejaw. """ 'ho mastpr- bent hke JAM walkout at TWA In | deadlock, over \vage demands ^ »icw. medialion effort will be made m ^an?3s City today boili sides ' . veached it, and they eould hoar ms fingernails grating on the s eel plate. But (he switch was, stiff from disuse; he could noi manipulate it. He flattened himself further asmnst. the wpJJ, caiUgrjuig Into narrowest crack behind Iho maehinqry, elongating hj.s arm as 1 f ' t w« ruber, e ' .•-., Wm „, ,, scuttled out to safety on the fa side of the pit. Their qjcs wer .fijfed on Paul, and, it was his thi scjuoal that penetrated to them, He, had jumped back with ai the red lights gleaming on him jhrown himself frantically awai from tho moving wheels at hi iirm,s, iijiut his popket \yfls paugrit on the cogs of one pf the wh'pojs We jerked at it in a frenzy, The cloth bogan to rip—one inch, tw-p inches—but ho gould not 4t frpe, Thp avcat cogged whe turned, sjo\vly, inexorably, pulling him with it. He began serpa,mins high, inhuman, birdliko He coulft not get awny. AH tlje, switches were now- b<?y,ond hi* reach,, He could ,pnly" struggle hopelessly, §\,il\ screaking, >vijdly nt the , ,H.o,was sypkecl In. as if th? steel ware cjuicHsand. His plojhpi wej-o by K * . hi| feaslp wa«, 8*li}\p|i m'4 . .againsi '.it, and lpg« ' M%MYM rubber, feeling 'fo bet er grip on the switch. «p h »t between hjs thun\b inger. »e pulled il he could; his teeth er, and his vpico l»s lookpd mowth iji a low,, im conscious rayrai?Io k of jc M if s j, n g, - " " , Ulpd twt S|\e w, a 9, filled "to if JbJjy wero- ' . m;M&tto'$ funeral service fqr M'rs. Fern Sypert will be held Sunday, Nov. 30, at 1 p,m, at the Church of Ihrist, between Nashville and Mineral Springs. Hicks Funeral Home np. in charge, house roared above their heads. Sho leaned her body vyoaHly against Cio iron railing, watghins while Paul was inexorably—delib- crfltejy—fed into the machine, as if; it were a mpat grinder, 1 then suddenly ho stopped screaming, Ho stopped svissliiig. body ran limply on into the^ of the machine. Just as she had been vin,wble in way before, npw Halherine no JoqgB!- keep hev eye? on t. S'ne sagged, and full hpv vainipg out cf her, She 9))to the pold rajiirtg, feeling LET us renovaU your old mattress, We specialist in pr«§»url- red Innerspring. COBB MATTRESS SHOP 7H We»t 4th, Phone 7-M21 Mat'l Advertising ncpfcscntotivcs! Arkansas Dailio;,- Inr., 1602 Storirfc Bldg. Memphis'2, Tenn,; 505 Texas Bonk Bldg,'Dallas 2, Texas; ?60 N. Michigan Avo,, Chicago 1, III.; 60 E.- - 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg,, Du-lrolt 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklnhomo City 2, i -Oklo. -C Member of The Awoclarcd Prcii: * The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for rcpuhlkotion of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. , <] RALPH Montgomery Market, cu» torn slaughtering, We have meat for your deep freeze, flee m before buTing, 17,11 3JNOER SEWING MACHINE CO, Sales and Service, 5J3 East SrcJ, L, E, Booth, Phon.e PR 7'6695, CUSTOM slaughtering, Hogs $2, Cattje for hides, Haujod free up to 10 miles. Phone PR 7,3578 or 7-2701, 27-C Taylor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS — 816 S, Hazel Phone 7-4022 Orville Taylor . John Bill Jordan POWER Saw available for removal of trees, stumps and etc, For free estimate pall 74052, , 26*1 mo. WANJED TO BUY u p l" e ',P. u 'lBVV999' by Truck - op, otherwise HAROUD HENDRIX -'Phone PR 7-4321 A l-euisiana, bsjby sit aijytime day 01 night except' Wednesdays anc Sundays, Notice WSluy Jl At P, CoUiev, ;PJ- btoniapl) her While ^he gasped over ancl over, ynahlp to breglhe, and Igavs J>in down hej 1 ' Hive Vsni ». W1U GRILL CAFE —" PRIAKFAST u 35« ti. 50c Home Style Hot Open 3 A, M, r« S P, M, into »»r* ffni B«y lirvlst \M Is. Ilm 74811 . suddenly ihs grip 'on hftir iightenecli the pain restored hep |er ji moment,, vvas .staggering the , ll'agging |xev ojpng. She Hep! s, moment 's>Wnt give- of rage Bur au4 »?U Aatiqw '

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