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taur HOPE STAR,- MOM, ARKANSAS Moftttay, fteeerrib** 1, 1$3ii AP ALL SOUTHWEST-1958 SMITH Rice—Tacllc KOENIG SMU—Guard' WALKER ' TGU—Center MORTON Baylor—Guard FLOYD TCU—Taclle Hope Star Classified Ads ADS MUST II IN ONiCI DAY B«ORt PUILICATION —' PHONI 7-3431 FOR AD TAKER The schedule of SoiUitaf as printed below, has" beeft takett 1 from Johrt Alden Knight's" SoJtlfiaf Tables. Plan yotif days sa that you will be fishing In gdod territory nr hunting in good cover dUtlfig these times, if you w'sh to find the best sport that each day had to offer. The Major Periods are shotort in boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hoUM there- I after. The Minor Periods, shown In regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. Minor Major Minor, Major Monday 0:15 3100 Tuesday 10:05 3:50 Wcdnes 10:55 4:40 Thursday 11:45 5:30 Friday 12:05 6:25 SaturcUiy 1:05 7:20 'Sunday 2:00 8:15 9:40 3:25 10(30. 4:15 11:20- 5:05 —— 5155 12:40 6:50 1:35 '/:45 2:30 8:40 Bbwl Selections Settled in Grid Play Saturday By BEN OLAN Associated Press Sports Writer Bowl-bound eollfw f n o I b n 1 1 teams begun pointing toward postseason games todny. But one rcouJdii'l blame Louisiana State, California and Syracuse 1 for showing more determination Ih.m liin others, LSU, the nation's only major , undcfunted nnd untied team, f.v;\\ make it's fifth appearance in thp Sugar Bowl, The Bayou Tigers have yet to win a bowl same .This will bo their sixth bowl triu. fifth to the iNow Years clash wilh Clemson. LSU's c.ppuncnt, will ho plnyimi in tin- Siifiar Bowl for ihr fi'ist • time." but has 11 3-2 record Football Cluvi'lnnd Ni'W York Wi's'hinglnn Ch.i. Curds Phiiirphln y. Biiltimore I Chi. Bears -California is 2--H in the Hose /Bowl; Iowa, the Boars' New Yeni's Dav foe, hrs n 3fi-19 victory over Oregon Stalt> in Iflo7 to show for its onlv (jtilinjj in Paso dcna, Syracuse, wiliich niQ-fs Okhi' homa in tho Oianee Bowl, has hnd only ono previous oxDerimicc in thai pfimo. It omorsetl with n 01-0 pusliiiK by Alabama in 1053 Oklahoma has won lis. last thrpp in the- Miami J;m. 1 pijviu aftor loslnR to Tenncssot' In 1039- This is the wnv ihp major how) picturp Fhapps up- J^ose Bowl at Pr^nrlonn Calif —Iowa (7-1-U vs,. C-ilifornia (7-3), Suear Bowl at New Orleans— Louisiana Stole (10-0) vs, 01pm son (8-2). Orane'p Row! ;it M'nmi—Okla- homa ffl-U vq- Svvicuse fp-l> Ooilon Bo\vl al Dalle s — Texas Chrislian (8») vj; Air For.ie Arndomy tn.n.l) Gator Bowl al Jnoksonvillo. Flo —Florida (0-3-1) vs, Missis sipoi (8^3). Amon? thp minor bowls, Hardin Pimmons (0-41 vnn the Rordoi" Conference IjUa Fri'luv and wits namod io opprso Wyomin°, (7-ro the Skyline chump, in the Sun CJomson earned a shot M Lou* , jsiana State Tjy dofpating Furman 36-19 Suturclay. The Air Fo>-co Acacjemy accepted a Pulton Bowl bid afti j r whinning Colorado ?0-H Mississiuoi hlojikpd MtssUslrml Stale 2J-0. Florida edged Miami Army, \vhich frowns on son competition, put away its first unbeaten season sinco U)40 by 'lifking Navy 22 6. The Cadets. Vt'tth onjy an Oci. 25 titj wilh Pjt's'HU'gh to mar their record, finished strung p.gainht the Mid. Autourn, second to TjSU in tho current Associated Press ranking* • but bannpd from bow! ulay j-)ioped Alobamu 14-8; Southern Methodist beat Texas C'mistiat) 2043 1 Oklahoma defeated Oklahoma State 7-0; and Notre Dame camp from tooliind lo uoyi South" pro California 20-13. H4VBN, Conn. M>> — Yale »o the Ohio boy will graduate with the clasps of 2037 and wind up in LT. S. Supreme is th$s.naUern to dale;- NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED .PRESS EASTERN CONFER-ENC W L T Pet. Pts, OP H 2 0 .800 271 100 730 .700 214 lofl 0 -I 0 .000 2(10 JB5 370 .300 ISO 2S4 27 1 .222 22(5 2RB 271. .222 221 205 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L TPct, Pta. OP 01 0 .000 341 Ib2 640 .600 247. 200 C 4 0 .600 280 230 Delroit A' 5 1' ,444 228 23(i Son Fr'isco 4 5 O 1 .400 180.291 Gren Bay 1; 8 1 ,111 152 300 X-clinched Western Conference lillu Sunday Results Bulllmorc 85, San Frnnc-lsco 27 Cleveland 21, Washington 14 Los Angeles 20, Chicago Cards 14 Pittsburgh 24, Chicago Bears 10 New' York 24, Philadelphia 10 Saturday, Dec; 0 Baltimore at Los Angeles Sunday, Dec. 7 Chicago Cards at Chicago Bears Cleveland at Philadelphia Gren Bay at San Francisco New York at Detroit -> Pittsburgh at Washington Arkansas' Mooty Makes AII-SWC DALLAS, ( AP)— Champion Tox;;s Christian dominaled tlio all- Southwest Conforoncc football te'im scloctod by the coaches for llio Associated Press but couldn't get a unanimous choice. The oenrnst was Don Flovcl. the aifi-pounil Horned Frog tackle, who got seven of Ute eight voles, Thorp wnsn'l n unanimous seloo- Uoii from anv of the othpr Icanis either but UIPVP was no doubt abo^tt who the coaches thought woro the best nien ;'l all positions oxcopi onn backfk'ld post Jim Rlooly of Arkansas was selected as n >back bvit four men tied for thp other three positiohs Dan Meredith of Southern dist, Churlev Milsiead of Texas Jack Snikos nf Ta>;as Chris. lion and Mm'Vin LasoJer of- Christian. Tint? thp team wi)J have 12 plavprs. Budrjy pin), the great all sts>r from Rice, OIK! John Trncey, Dasa-recoiver of pipkPil for the end positions J.JO, Smith ol Rico was pnlvofl wi'H Flovd at lacikle. Tom IvpffjiM 1 pC southern Melho- (Jjsl and Charley Horton of Ba.vlor wpyo ea«v phqicos for thp guards Hale Walker of 1'p^as Christian was selected at center. Th'i leani is made UP of sl.%- Hmioi'S and sis sgiiiors with Twopy, Smilhi.HortQti, Koenia anr! not rolurnlna next season- n PVRANT. Miss. fAP 1 -^-A prom- inp.il) plythfivilif. Ark., coupl» was killed inslantl in 'n 3''par collision »n V, S, Highway 51 near State Police idcntjfjpd. the yip- Urns as F. J5. Joynev, 57, and his 55-yoar-ol4 \\-JiV'. The Joyuer? U- PARENT-APPROVED-Thls is one newly introduced Chust- mas toy which harried mothers will view wilh pleasure. Instead of a strewing type it is a picker-upper. Rubber lip of tube forces marbles 'inside when pressed down on them. Thus, they are stored in tube rather than on lloor. Pistol grip han- i die is just for fun. TgNRBB-There's a pajjiera, pompleta wilh yylactehjeld wjper, in}H' the 3i.J*wea J th,w en» §ferj-9hov£, Tpe cainr js aj; 9Re ?RO: p| tr*e Monroe St. bridge J B pWcagg, There to? be ^ brjqlge {en^ep at ut with the aid, ot at the and See jf any s y§hlsJe ig m the bridge raisjpg u tq let & ghip ' yea roid "d,aMg}iterT'peoiJUa. was " at Jackson wjlh serious TCU Captures Title But Loses Game By THE "ASSOCIATEDEPRESS Chances of winning the Southwest Conference football championship without losing a game are ono to four as Texas Christian found out liist week when it clbse'd out with a defeat at tin Jiands of Southern 'Methodist. !„" The Horned Frogs clinched \ha title Nov.- 22 and had n^5 ; 0s|ecor:l going into the last game.*SoUthern Methodist whipped the Frags .2013. rOnly twice in eight years has :i school 'managed to take all six conference games. v ' It just goes IQ show how close the comueilion ,i.siMn,,lhis wild and woolly, leaguu"-where Upseis are considered hewing io form. Southern Methodist gained nothing except n tie for second riJuep It"thought it might get n chance at a bowl game bill found out aflfr the game thai nil bowl spots had been filled. . : Rice ended the. season with a 33-21 triumph over lowly Baylor and tied SMU tor runner,up, each 'itli a 4-2 record. Other action last week snw Texas beat -Toxa-s A&M 27-0 in their annual Thanksgiving 'Day some it giive Texas fourth place 10 tho final standings. Baylor wound up last for the second fea.son in n row but hail, the satisfaction f seeing its Buddy Humphrey set alMime passing records. Humnhri ys threw Cor n mighty 387 yards against Rico, completing 22 passes out of 37. It was a game record and it also gave 1 Humphrey the all-lime mark of completions in n season, Ho closi'd oul with 112. Tho PIQVJOIIS rcpord was 110 '[ The 1 b.'iskctball season moves in MondaV night nnd football,, will be forgotten by all except .JToxas Christian, which plays in the Col- Ion Bowl JHII. 1 by virtue qf beina the' champion. The Frogs will meet Air Force Academy in the post-season classic, 30 Final Southwest Standings 83 r brnl post.season classic, Final Southwest Standings py> THE ASSOQIATED PRESS Conference All Games W L T Pet, W U T Pcj, TCU , , 5 1 0 833 820 ,800, Rice . 430 .067 5 5 Q ,500 SMU „ 420 .(>67 G -I 9 .600 Texas ,.. 330 ,500 730 ,700 AI Kansas 2 4 0 .333 4 G 0 ,40Q Texas A&-M 240 ,333 4 6 X) ,4.00 Baylor ,. 1 5 0 .167 370 ,300 Guernsey Plans a Benefit Cage Game | On Tuesday. Dec. 2 at 7:15 ,p,m. i in Guernsey Gym a spectacular i baskebball game will toe played, This is a benefit game sponsored; by the Guernsey School to raise monev for new ball suits..-for the Far or Sole 3 gfiORQOM home. 416 S. drady, Contact of cnll Mrs. W. 1. Stroud. ¥ttkoft 3-23(52 Washington. 14-Urno c The Negro Community f haujjht. fee ths day Men tire .more inclined to ask curious questions, than to abstain necessary instruction — Quesnol. Calendar of Events The Yergei'-ShoVer Street PTA arc compiling ail anniversaries, in memorlam, in service, meeting date, birthdatos for a birthday cal* endsi 1 starting Jan. 1, 1959. All names printed ort the Calendar are 50c each. Pol' information contact: Mrs. B. L. Brlttian, Mrs. Ophelia Williams, M'rs. Lula Gamble. Will V. Rutherford; or Boscoe Smith. For Soli ALtrMfNtrM screens, doors, stofW windows, weather * sirippiflgi ih» sttlatioh, roofing, aWttings, gut' Ipring, ornamental railing. Ffe,6 estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone ftltf 7-38(37. tflod STUDSBAK.ER pickup. Ca.Ule bed. heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7-2204 or 1931 OLDS Fordor, haidtpp. Good second car. Cull PR 7>2<I87. 274* CObBSPOT Refrigerator, like he\V, also good used gas vinge and small dinette suite. Wil! soil reasonable. Call Oonal Parker, 7' 3431. . I'M* The Ycr.Kcr-Shovcr PTA will hold its regular meeting Monday night, Dec: 1 at 7:30' 'p;m. in the High School Study Hall. The PTA Birthday Calendar will be discussed. White Rose Chapter No. 410 of will hold its last regular senior teams. The enth-t family will',;enjoy thc- thnlls, chills and laughs as the patrons of Guernsey lake over the ball court for two games. Some of the patrons arc Mr, and- Mrs. Youngblood, Mr. and Mrs. Walden, MY and Mrs. Harold Bobo, Mr. and Mrs. Tloy Dale Fry, Mr,. and'Mrs. J. B, Collums, Mr, and* Mrs. N.'B. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs: Lee Roy Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Evans, Mr. and (Mrs. Alvln Huckabee, Mrs. Newton Rosenbaum, IMrs. Matole Rosenbaum, M'att Bristow, Mrs. Paiker Rogers, Mrs. Willard Adams, Mrs. J. I. Peyton, Dean Black, Nina Adams and> Billy Martin. This is just a few of the' patrons who wil Isee action on the meeting of the year on Tuesday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at Davis Chapql Methodist Church. Members are urged to be present. Stearns Entertain- With Dinner A turkey dinner was served in the new home of Rev. -and M'rs. C: S. Stearns on Thanksgiving Day The table was laid with a green linen cloth, .centered with fall flowers and' miniature turkeys. Guests were: Mrs; Minnie Douglas, "Mrs. Temmic Cannon, Mr and Mrs. Bert 'Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Craton Epps. After dinner coffee was served in the den and (pictures were made of. the group. 3 SMALL tracts of lancynoar town suitable for chicken farms. 80 acres-limber land two miles Otit of Foreman, Ark.. See- Ralph Sounders or Phone M001. LOVELIY .Ceramic • gi'i'ts, priced reasonable. Proceeds for Kitchen Fund, Altar Socjety. Old Stewart's Jesvclry Store. 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. , 20-Gtp 174 ACRES, goocK'hoUse two miles south Shover Springs. Bourdon, PR 7-3052. W. B 1-Olp For Rent WANT AD RATES All Want Ads 3?£ &oy6f>'s id Sdvahce but oels will bd accepted ovef the telephone and v-lomocld- flen accounts allowed wi!h the understanding the dccouhf IS payable wheh statement is rendered. Numbef One Wofds Up to 15 14 to 20 il to 25 26 ro 30 3t to 35 3d' fa 46 41 to 45 46 fd SO .45 60. .75 90 I 05 1 70 1 35 1 50 fhrei bays 90 1 ?0 1 SO 1 SO 2 10 ? 40 7ft) 300 Six bays 1,50 200 2.50 300 3.50 4.00 4^50 5.00 AfiO 7.50 f 900 I 10.53 " 12.00 13 SO * 15.00 ' CLASSIFIED DISPLAY '1 time. 80e pof inch 3 times 6 tlrries 65c per Inch SSs per inch Rates quoted above are for consecutive Insertions, Irregular or sWb date ads will take the one-day r<P>. All daily classified advettlsing copy will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publicatio" fh « following day. The publisher reserves the right to revise or edit all. advestlsotnents of fered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials- of one or wore letters, groups of floures, such as house or telephone Cumbers count as one word. the Hope'Star will nor bo responsible for errors in 'Want Ads unless errors- am colled to our,, attention Qftrr FIRST Imrrlion of ad and tlinn for ONLY Hie ONE incorrect insertjj. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 LOCAL trailers. Byers; Gulf' Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9055. 8-lmoc NICELY Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only. No drinking. 801 East 3rd. , 3-tf UPSTAIRS /• apartment. 3, large 1 rooms ami private bath. 203 High Street. .'' . 15 : « Hope, Arkansas Nov. 28, 1958 Open letter to the Charmetts Social Club: Mrs. Lurlean Phillips, President: On Nov. 18, I sat in the Harris Gymnasium and watched your pro- UNFURNISHED three largo rooms Private bath. Front/ and back entrance. Adults only. Call PR' 7-3104. *' 28-3tc t 5 ROOAtfbrick house. Close in, Call 7-3207,1 . 29-3tc Services Offered " iii renovate your old mat- trett. We specialize in preiiurt- ted/ innerspring. POBB MATTRESS SHOP West 4th, Phone 7-9021 court. • sentation, "Tiny Tots Under tho The admission svill toe 2oc for Big Top." ( », all students'and 50c for all adults^ j am prompted to >pjn a corsage which will include all participants.'! on y ou bccaxisc of several imipi-es- The PTA will serve refreshments j sions made by your program, NATlQNAt, 8y THg . Minoapoljs 8^, pincinnati '11 Philadelphia 103, New York }00 -Saturday Resylt? ,. Boston 110, peiroil .IB N,MV York 115, Philadelphia 103 Minneapolis J06, Syvapu.sc J0§ St. JUoul? 98, Cinpjijnuti 8§ in the lunch room and the proceeds will go toward tho purchase of uniforms, Referees are Linda Bristow and Jeanetlo Daugherty for the wo- mcns game and William Foster and Jimmy Gray for the men's game. Clemson May Be Out of Its Class , By ED TUNSTAUU NEW ORIjBA'NS (AP) — Sugar Bowl Committ-c pmrnrseii a tough bnttle between Clemson and Louipiann State on No>v Year's Day, Bu) ClPinspu's selec- tiqn to fane ' the nation's No, 1 team has left many football with a saccharine tastu. Tho twice-beal<?n South Car outfit accepted n Sugar Bowl invitation Saturday after trimming outmnnnod Fin-mart 3fi-J9' for its eighth victory, kSU, unbeaten and untied a.nd almost untested in 10 games, walked into the Sugar Bowl after clobbering Tulano C2-Q the previous Saturday. J..SU now is rated a thre,9-touch« do\yn favorite. Many said Clpmson enn't yon- tain the lamented Bayou Bengals from Baton ' Rouge, considered, one of football's most explosive learns in recent years. The critics piled Cjemson's de* feats by South Ouroiinf. and Geor-gm Tech, compai'alivejy sott touches this season. Cle-mson ajsq was .unimpressive against Furmafj namely; 1, All numbers were of superior quality. 2, iNq child went home hampered by the dangerous burden of "I lost." 3, (No child went home shackled toy the equally dangerous chains of "I won. 'I'm ibetter than you. I'm the best," 4, Surely, I believe, each child went home a little more poised, n little more confident and greallyy encouraged^toy tho still-sounding applause, because, to him it was his very personal reward and ya symbol of Jiis own unique accomplishment, / What could ibe more gratifying? What could be a more hum/me, method ol bringing out the last Saturday, 1\\e Conference champions had a halfttme lead but furrnao pusjied apross three touelvl6\vps in tH? sepond half and acUmlly edgpc] Clemson in first down 4vu'ing t,he , There reports thqt the ar all son somp weeljs ' ago. Plem> behind that argument was tjiijt Sugar ' BovvJ \ya§ ham,pere<^ i 1Q56 segregation, Uire4 separata for wl}ile aj;d Jogip in youngsters, Far i°° many of us, I think, have the belief /thot only eornpelition produces cham- ,/ / Very Sincerely/ / Mrs. E. C, WJley/ pions, Secretary to* (governor Gets New Post Sikes, Orval seprctary and pnmpai«i) , was scheduled to post on the Arkansas Com,mcrpt» ' sajd, iho 8} ,SJHes-' request,./ f sy,as rqplaparnejit for the governor's ehjjSf has bopn has been sinus cornm?r°« Sikes' will fill th| PQst Je|t by tile vegjgnBtion of Wjlliani e will get a $g.4op annual i ,ja sa|~arj'ky n\tking the change, gjkes. said th^'pay J?posj. ija.d.nQthi jng ta flo witj> his defigiojj. , "I ju§J HsKfri, the governof- IQ get n IHlle fnfi-e vest," h» said. lf i 't ha4) bu^ four da/s off the ^fttval fligh School cvis. In Sej?tco»b9|- over 3 RA1PH Montgomery Market, cu»torn slaughtering. We have meat tor your 'deep freeze. See ui Oe,Iore buying, ' IT-tt SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd, t, E. .Booth, Phone PR 7-6695, i ' 5-14-tf PpWER Saw available for removal 'of frees, slumps and etc, For estimate call 7-4052. 20-1 mo. c ,\VIIJL baby sit anytime , day or night except Wednesdays and Sundays. Phone 7-3644, 20-3tc Notice £! Buy - We Sell - W« Rw« REAL ESTATE R, P. FRAHKLIN COMPANY A. P, Deloney^ Manager Howard Politer, S&leiman MOVINGt Long Distance lee* 592, Free Estlmatei, Loww Rates, Have Van» -r- WW Travel' PRESCOTT C30, PRJESPOTT, 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 W Alex. H. Washburn, Sccy>Tres, at The Star • Building 212i14->South.Walnutj Street Hope, Arkansas ~~Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul 'H: 'Jones,' Managing Editor Donol Parker, Advertising Mgr. ' George W.' Hosmer,' Mech. Supt. , Entered' os second class matter at the Post- Office at Hope, Arkansas, under/ the, Act of, March 3, 1897. Mcm'acr of the Audit Bureau ojp, Circulations —' Subscription ftatas (payable In advah;'-0' By carrier in Hope and neighboring Per week Per. .year U60 By mail In HempMead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard antl Miller Counties — One month .,., $ ••* Three monthi <mf Six months •n« year . . .. All'other ma One munth Three months Six months 6.50 1,30 3.«a 7.80 One year , 15,60 i Adverting Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 "'exas Bonk Bldg,, Dallas 2, Texas; ?60 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III,; 60* 42nd St., Nesv York 17, N. Y,; 17W3 Penobscor Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg, Oklahoma City 2, Okla i Member of The A»*,ctafccJ fr"H The Associaled! Press Is entitled ex-" clusively to the use for republicatlon Of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as v/ell as all AP news dispatches. Tovlor & USED CARS — BODY SHOP — .FOREIGN CARS — 216 3, Haw! Phone 7-4022 Orville-Tavlor»John BI|l k Jordan ll-tt PABHAM Brothers Rouse Mov« ers, Insured and free fistimste, \VrJte Barnard Brothers Gale, Arkansas. ?M MO, Buy and sell Antique Furniture and .bj-ic-a-bvao, BYJ3BS A'NTI? Qy'E; SHQP, Patinos t Shaver Springs floa4, Phone 7-?057, 14'lrm.Q o Knapp Shop Representative this area is-'AvnoW Grain. 1, BQK ?51, Camden, Ark.' lost and Wapis spotted 'terrier- Reward.. Ph,pne 74810 Wanted .^- ~ ' w - g 'wu^*i Star foytf years an4 jm?,', fpr b?ys mechanic, '^a,n A)M?t foreman materja.1. Goad pa/, -— j working 9onditio(\§, \ypJV WANTED TO PUY Pin? PylpwQoo by Tryok Load > Cut ln> Woods '<ff Qtherwise, HAROLD HENDRIX e Phone PR 7^? 2 1 \ „ ArK. GJRILLCAF.E IRIAKFAST Ot n 3 A, M»,|9 I P« MATTRISSW Btfeullf CP Mgir ims 1 lnuJ^ lprlnf,,,^9r|5 fiMMf?*!?!. ' 9fli fliy Itrvlft'" DAYII Fwrnltwrt i Mtttrtii Ct, Ambulance |tryi«t '

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