Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 3, 1958 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1958
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Sn HOPE STAR, HOPt, ARKANSAS . 3, 1959 Spring Hill Captures Two Over Laneburg j Spring Mill cage trnim wnti 2 out of 3 Rnlni-s Insl nitjhl in their own Gym ovoi Mincbtirg SHOP LEISURELY! SHOP NOW! for your vie CHRISTMAS CARDS 'Cats Honored af Banquet, 29 Get Letters A In plus, hnnoic'il undefeated and TCU, Texas Post Wins in Cage Play My fHfe ASSoeiAffeB pB Texas Christian arid Texas nddaJ ! t (he Scniihwesl Conference vie, nn lory string in basketball (motif - 2M , but Southern Methodist, conference der! Hnpp ftobents last night at n banquet in the school cafeteria, Coach Frank Droylos of the Uni» vorsity of Arknnsns was principal speaker Bobcats splendid Coach tmd highly praised the nivl Couches for llicil- pa son. Pierce nlso praised his team mid (ho Bobcat fans for their splendid MippnH nil season. Tho ronehos were presented n gift by the leiun and bonuses from the Booster flub. Coaeh Pierce nnnounccd his lot- Irrinon us follows Larry VnunW Bnbby ttmbree, Winslim Duke, tttiy ROWP. Terry Dun Thiirmnn, Jerry Tlntrmnii, Bill Il.iiii, David Walkitis, Eddie Jj I Kiiiir. Jrrimnv Grnvos. Don Boothe, ^ i Onry Knnnby, Bobby Krwin, Lorry Mn.v Bruce. Teddy Mcs- I W.-ilker % ser. .!oe Jones. Jimmy McLarly, ?§ I Jolinnv Turner, Jop Malt llorndpn, J5 1 Tomn.y Jones. Bill Buller., Mike A ' MrMiuioiH'h. JOQ Duke, Ray Duke, « Charles Blockwood, Wayne Cnmp,, - Ryron Smiley and Junior McNalt, s to be imprinted g! / with your name. g' "When you care enough V to send (he very best" | Ward & Son v Druggist Courtesy • Quality • 12 West 2nd Phone 7-2292S Ronnie Garner made 9 to lend' Spring Mill Junior boys to n 15-14' win Jim Hastings scored 7 for, the losers, -/ Laneburg Senior girls looped a g ! 30-20 vieltn v as Ruth Ann Saun*1 dors made 20 points. Linda Gallo- S j wny was high for Spring Hill with ' 20 points. ' ; Bo'bby Thomipkins made 19 and Terrell Townsond 10 to pace'Spring Hill senior iboys in a 39-29 win, Miller wns high for Lanobilrg with l-l Officials wore Terrell and Dolton Calhoun. comes to games. Friday Spring co-champion with Arknnsns. came a cropper Tuesday night. Oklahoma City University rolled Ib a 74'S'l triumph over the visit* ing SMU club. TCLf belted A-wtirt College 93-02 and Texas walloped MffM'urray 73-48. Arkansas sees its firs.1 nctlnrt Wednesday night ngainsl Missouri at Columbia, Mo,, while TVx.iS tech 93-0"? victor over West Tekas slate Monday Night, plays its sec American League Chief Resigns WASHINGTON <AP> - \Vii- Ham Marrldge icsigned toddy as president of (lie American *-"a2Ud. Hnrridge, vvhn h <> a d <* d Ihu league since lB3t, inndc his elf. clsioh known this mornins after mooting with baseball club nwii ers, will become ef the league is oticl game rjgainst Okln. OVinhomn al Tuesday night's showing left the Southwest Conference with a 6-2 record ngnlnpt nrm member schools. Oklahoma City's Indians sitrgerl to i. sate" margin shortly before halflime nnd the Sonlhf.rn Metho dist Mustangs led only once, 15-14, early in the game despite a i point contribution by Bobby .James. James look scoring honors with nine field goals and five for at the f'l'jOc throw line. Sophomore 'Frccl' Mbsos o[ the- ChluN wus rurt herup with 20. ' ' A top scoring pi;j fonnnncc by Austin 'pollegti's Bob". Lundolt atsri \vonl ,.fdr naught lignl'rist • TCU , at Fort" ViToi'th.' tie tallied 24 poin'ls bill the Horned Frogs cosily ^iff set thal-wlth 23 from H. E, Kirchn or, their, 0 foot 10 giant nnd "10 Irom Rdijily Stevenson. Sophomores, s'ol a iorrtd pace for Texas ',qs, the Longhorns Iripppd UIQ McMurry Indians in Austin^ Albert Alman/.a, a 'J8 soph, and Junior Jay 'Arnott led Texas to'.a 33-22-half time. edge. Wayne Chirk and Donnie Smith, othi?i' Longhorn sophomores, took over after inteiMnission. Clark, al- thoi(gh 01^ thy floor only lialf the night, Blcvins game," shiirccl' scoring' laurels \vith If ill' for three the Indians' Owen Mobley as each *l4"'poSnts. His f-elli-ement fective ns soon iJi-epared lo selrcl his successor. lltHTldge. 72. joined I ho Amefi< can League as socielnry lo t'ros* (dent San Johnson in December 1 1911 and Has remained with the league over since. Ha was elected league secretary in 11)27. He served undo! 1 the league's second president. R,S. Brmiard, and after Burnnrd's death in 1931 Was named league president, Donnie Stone to Play Shrine Gome SAN FRANCISCO i A!»— Hobby Newman of Wnshinfilon Stale and Luc Grosscup of Utah, two of >the nation's top collegiate passers, will call signals for the west squad in .the Dec. 27 East-West Shrine fooU fyall gume. < > , ' Nine of th'i 24-man Wrst qtinounccd yeslcrday tlraftncl by Nalionul Football League pro teams. Newman was' chosen last yt>ar by luu San Fran- cjsco 19crs i.nd Orusficui) was nicked Monday by Hie New Yqrk Giants. * 'Jack Curtice of Staii/ord*' will 'coach the West team with Len Cnsavnpva of Oregon and Bill Muk nf Southern- Methodist bs ,,as- •sistants. i .-; ' ' The West squad includes, hnlf back Donnie Stone of Arknnsal v" been Basketball .', By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Noi'thoast Oklahoma 76, The Collene of the Ozarks 70 . ~ p.olta State DC, Arkansas A£M;,03 National Basketb.ill Assn. t , -By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS? Tuesday Results '/ St. Louis 10i5, Cincinnati'8l" r V Boston 109, New York 90 ' \V ^Detroit 95, t Philadelphia Ut 'j Wednesday Games '* . St. Louis at Boston '^New York'at'.Cincinnati ABS MUST IIJM OFFICE DAY BEFORE PUIL1CATION — PHQNt M411 WR AD TAR6R The schedule of SdlUflftf Pef Jdds, as printed below, hag beefi takefl from John Alden Knight's Tables. Plan your d&ys So thftt you will be fishing in gbod terfltofj or hunting in good edVef these times, if you w'sh te find tha best sport that each day has t6 offer. . . The Major Periods are shows IB boldface type, These begin at the limes shown arid last for an hqtif and a half of twa holifs there' after. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of gomewhai shorter duration'. • A. Mi P.M. ' Minor Majof Minor Majftt Tuesday Wednos 10:OS 10:55 Thursday 11:45 Friday Saturday Sunday 12:05 1:05 2:00 3!50 4:40 5:30 6:25 7:20 8:15 10:30 11:20 12:40 1:35 4! IS 5 IDS' 5:55 6!50 '/:45. '8!40l The Negro Community Esther Hlcki Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day ; It is our relation lo circumstances thai determines their infliien'ce oven- us. The same wind .that'; carries one vessel into port may-bldW, another off shore — Bovee. '- ., Calendar of Events; The Yerger Band Mother's :Club National Hockey League "; By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday. Results '* " No games-.scheduled . •!/ Wednesday Game •', Chicago at New York J -, Despite its mlnus-70 decrees temperatures in Alaska during',winte\-', there are frequent times when,summer heat jumps to 100 degrees, '•;,'. «'<s«vx .v;-'X«-,ff i s; ws'w:^ Lost WHITE and black spotted female K&wafd. Phone f'49tO. 28-tf Miss America wrist watch oh North ttazel, West Ave. t> of Nbi-th Washihgton. Call Gertie Woods. ?-279l. 3-3tc Wonted Hope Staf feute open for boys 12 and over, Apply at Mope Stat Qf«ce, farm equipment mechanic, M'aft must be Shop Foreman material. Good pay, good <working conditions, well equipped shop, bonus plan, paid vacations, h o s p ita 1 insurance plan, in a modern growing community. A real opportunity for the right.man, Write to Box M. c/6 Hope Star, Hope, Ark. 3'ltc Funeral Directors Ambulance Service • , " Budal Association , PAKCREST; FUNERAL HOME '.Dial PR 7-2123 20-lm-c Business Opportunities LIFETIME BUSINESS for the, man. genuinely interested ^ in working and making money. Company expansion itidkes county distributorship available-in Arkansas counties on' vitally needed chemical product for farmers. Man in adjacent' territory financially able to handle small stock of merchandise' to fill orders netted $1000 per month for the •past' /ten " years. Territory manager will interview in strictest. confidence in. order received. Write Box B, c/o Hope,Star, Hope, Ark. • , , ' 3-3tc For SdU ALlJiVHNUM screens, doorSt stdfifl Windows, weather « stf-!p|iif1gi iHf suhiliott, roofing, awnings, gttU terlng, orhamsntal failing, Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone fi.tf- 1950 sTtfOfiBAKfeft pickup. bed, heater, clean and in good condition. Phone M204 or 74611, 29'tf COLOSPOT Refrigerator, like new, also good used gas range ahd shiall dinette suite. Will sell re'a> sonablc. Call Bohal Pai'lier.i ?.' 3431. ITVtf 3 SMALL tracts of land Hear town suitable for chicken farms, 80 acres timber land two mites, out of Foreman. Ark. Sec ttalph Sounders or Phone 74001. 194f LOVELY Ceramic gifts, priced reasonable. Proceeds for Kitchen Fund, Altar Society. Old SteW' art's Jewelry Store. 9 a.m. Until 4 p.m. 29rdtp 174 ACRES, good house ttt'o. mile's south Shover Springs. W,.,' B.' Bearden, PR 7-3052, l:6tp; '51 OLDS four door. A-l Condition; New tires, radio ahd healer, $495 Will arrange financing. "Call t- 2487. '2-tf GOOD Johnson grass hay delivered to your barn. 50c per. ..bale,' anything over 5 bales. Call 1 72261 days or 7-2257 nights. 2-12tp ONE Beagle dog and three ,pups. Contact Norman Moore. 2-3tc Stryices Offered * * t» -"* r ' f LET u§" rienovaU yaur , old mat trew, Wi ipeclalli* in prenurt led Inrieripring. , ' CXJBB MATTRESS SHOP 7UW»ft ,4th, Phone 7-a«a ' RALPH Montfomery Market, cur torn slaughtering, 'We have meat . for your 'deep freeze. Set u» be .fort, toiyim. \< n-tf SINGER .SflWINGi MACHINE~CO galesTand Servicje, 513 East 3rd L.'-E/ Booth, Phone PR 7-6695. '" _ POWER Saw Available for removal -of ' tre'es,;[j stump's . and etc, For frc.e estimate _call 7-4052. 26-1 mo. c G-IVE her a gift certiXicate foi Christmas*-from Diane's Beauty Salon, Phone 7-3118, 2-t Will hold its regular meeting Wed nesday/' Deo. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Al members are asked to be present. 80, Voice Congress Chorus, under the direction of Mrs, Dodie Colbe.rt, 1 will' appear at the New Light CME Church' in Nashville, Sxind.ajv Dec, 7 at 7 p,m, The pub- Jio is invited, 'BjeBee Chapter ffo, 412 OES will jjold'.;its. regujar, meeting tonight at 7;.Q'9lock- at Davis Chapel Metho- Church, AH members are urged to attend, BOOST YOUR WARDROBE TO A NEW, HIGH IN ELEGANCE PRINCESS GARDNER willr gdlden piedalljou CoyyliUle , , , matc-JUng t-igavette case jn allraelive silk lined gjjj. ]jox, Caijilnil colors, boice WARN1NQ ORPiR drtendant, i? vvsroed IP appear in i¥Jt)li!l thirty 4sys and jiomplaiJit pf y* e SRJFf ON W9BITI&5 an oat sr $tylin§, YsH^JI its in its in *h§ sf thg mill", - t I in yew itjep inffi m, . any hand and the seal °l Of liA ONE 9 room house and bath. Corner lot. 150 foot front, 200 feet deep. Plenty of, shades, Four; 'bearing pecans and 3 or 4'yourfg- trees. Garden space. Good quiet zone with excellent neighbors. See J. R. Anderson or call PR 1 7-6690. . 3-Oip. For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf "Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. • 8-lmoc NICELY Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only. No drinking? 801 East 3rd, ' 3-tf UPSTAIRS • apartment.' 3 large rooms and private bath. 203 High Street. 15-tf 5 ROOM brick house. Close in. Call 7-3207. 29-3tc UNFURNISHED four rooms and bath duplex apartment', 1002 S.' Elm, 7-2253. " 2-3tp' 5 ROOM house. 301 N, Ferguson 'St, Call 7-3578. 3-6tc WANT A§ !h All Wonf Ads 6r<* p edvohig but <ids Will bd 6vSf (he Utef)hdhg "arid »lofi afcou^fs bllSwSd With IhS uh-' dsfifdhdm-j the ateounf is *h6ft sfateffisrit is Wrtdered. &< WaWs Up ffl- 15 16 td 23 II fa is 56 ta 3d 31 to 3s 36 16 40 4) to 45 46 td 50 Bay .45 .66. '.96 1.05 f.26 thfce ..96 1.56 . HO 2.40 Six Bays 1.56 2.66 2.56 3.00 S.5Q 4.00 4!50 5.60 4.50 6.60 7. SO 9. 66 - ^.56 3.66 CLASSIPIED DISPLAY 86c 12.06 13.SO 15.60 . Inch 3 titties ........................ d"<t p6f Irich 6 times ..... .'> .......... , ..... I S5c per ihch Rotes d,UOt_ed dbbve are lot cort- 66dUflyS iMsdftlbhs, l^egulaf of skib date ads will take the "one-day fate, Alt daily classified advertising Copy will be-occebtecl UhHI 5 p.m. fof publlca,t,loi? tbi> fo.llow.ing day. The publlshcf fosefvcs the right (o revise or edit; oil, ddvostjsefrteMts of fefed for publieatifth 6hd to relect any oblectlonoble advertising sub" miffed.; -" .. Ihltials'of one or more totters, groups of. flfiures, su'-h as house ot telephone nurnbef? enunt as one word. Trje Hope Star will not be respon< slblfe fo_r errors jrt Wont Ads unless errofs an* cnjlo'd' to ^ur attention after,; FIRST lnr.°rtion of-ad and then forjONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 m Hope Star Star'of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs.' C.* C. Palmer, President Alex, H. Washburn, Secy-Trcs, of. The Star Building J12-14 Soul»i Wo'nut Street ' \ Hope, Arkansas Altx. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hb<mer, Mcch, Supf. . Enfered ot second doss matter ot the Post Office ot Hope, Arkansas, under the Act ot March 3, 1897. Member ot' * k e A"dit Bureau ot Circulations ' 'Subscription fcotss (payable in ' odvon:'-') By carrier in Hope and neighboring towns — P«r week S .30 Per year Ti 60 By mail In Hemp^tcad, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and AAiller Counties — , $ .85 1.85 . ?.50 Tb t e; Yerger, Band M'other-'s CJub wiU'-sponsoc a sopjal. after tha JstJTias Parade Thi»'sday, ( Dec. wi-JJarcis Gym, The 1 -public'is ^vices for Mi's, Agnes , will ibe held Friday, Dec,' ip Cave H.UI Ceme F.«neraJ IJornp in Notice In the Pbpnctny Court of Hempstead, County, Ark, Plaintiff 3 rtOOM unlurnUhcd apartment, Private front and back entrance, Screened in back porch. Adults' only. 7-3613. , , 2-3tp FURNISHED two room apartment, 'Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 N, Elm; 3'tf 5 ROOM house on Margaret Street. One on Mockingbird Lane, Vacant now, T, N.-Bclew, 7-3408,, ' 3-3ic Wanted to BMV CUB MI or other small tractor with disc and turning plow, Write' Box 98-N, ' *2-Gtc For Sole or-Trqdj| On* month Thret months ... Sl« months On* year All other mall On* month ,.,. Three,"mo'nths . . SI* months ' ,, .. On* year 6.50 1.30 3.09 7.BO" 15.60 ' Mot'l 'Advertising Representatives; ArKans'as Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterirk- Bldg, Memphis 2, Tenn,; 505 ^oxos" Bank Bldg,,'Dallas 2, Texas: ?60 N Michlaan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., NPW York 17, N. Y.; 1763 - Penobsror Rldg, D«holt 2, Mich.; • Terminal Bldg,, OWi'ihomo City 2; | Oklo, Member of The Antedated Press: The Associated Press Is entitled ex- cluslyely to the usp for republlcatlon of. all the floral nnws printed In this newspaper,) as well as all AP news, .dispatches, \ ' ,,. ' • i, .1 ONE 24 |l. Aluminum House Trailer, Now tires, electric 'brakes, directional lights, Electric hqtr water tank, Refrigerator, Butane cook stove. Sleeps four, Co]J 7' 2261. Can be seen at City Furnl« lure Co., Hope, Ark, 2.3tp ,Tav!oj & JorHon USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS — 2J6 3,' Haste) Phone 7-4022 Orvllle T»yJor,« John Bill furniture or all kinds, Bed room sets, stoves, living ropin sets, appliances! odd chairs and etc, City Furniture Co,' 7>22gf, Notice BtH» n A. P Dpjoney, MaBSftr Rotes Long nutsnes Cull Col' frsf W»Hn?8t*ft ' ', A -' i --Van* •*•, WUJ Twvtl VQ Josw-ed ap r d toe ' Brcthsw ' VSB6BWM tom|ifi';s1tofev ..-pdpt^t w - M ji vftfiSt i-Jitm^ " |^v»PW4mtefev -~ - P •n^l-fey. -^ ;--^.\^4M<^'JR Mil WANTf D TO PUY PuJpyyooo fey Trwpk PMt In Wopd? or otherwise, HAROLD HfNDRIX ',. Ark, PBIAKFAST Home Style Hot BUcuiti Open 3 A, M, to 8 P, M, mw

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