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> ^ Pa|t font HOPE STAR, H8M, ARKANSAS * Seems to Be No Stopping West Virginia Cagern Fights Lait Night AssaetAtfeb Ran Jose. Cnlif. — ^ n b,V firpwii. Mi. Manila, rmtpoihied' Mltdrt Mar- Unrz. 120, Mexaca'li, Mexico;. Ifi. Houston. Tex. — Cleveland \Vll- .firfmsi. 205. ffmtston. outpointed ! Howie Turner, 215. Brooklyn. 10. | Stm-klorf, Calif. — teddy I 140. S/in ilnaf. Calif. Mi . Kid Javlolana. 140, Philippines, lo. Sar-rnmento. Calif. — Reuben Vareas. 1!)D. Richmond. Calif, plopped young .Jack Johnson, 213. There seems in he no strippinn I-os Angeles, n. (he West Viruinia MoiinUiiuicvs ,-•.•; | 1'hoenix. — Jimmy M.irtine/.. •they continue (heir domination of ,'157' ;j, filrndnlen Ariz. outpoin(c-i &Y SHELboN SAKOWifZ Associated Pfess Sports Wt-ittr Ihc Southern Conference West Virginia Worj ^2(1 '.'its 28 .*lnrls last ce.i'on In- <>oii;;,ili.' Iho bell-won lost record •imnify mn.'H'r College basketball to;im> Th" Mount n ineei s- woti 12 «lr.iighi nm- Teretlee ?;amt's. chnturod their league's tournament r-hruv- pionship pntl wound up ns thr nn- liolVs top-ranked lenm i lAssociated Pi ess Poll Tho lads of Coach Fred Schnus Miln Hiiv.-ige. 100. Salt Lake City 10 London — Spider Webb. loHlj. t'hit'agri stopped Terry Downps, '50' 2 . London, 10. ferry Lewis, 127. Trinidad. otlVpointe'd Cflr- mcin Costa. 127' 4 . Bi-nnklytl, 10. Tyler. TeX — Paul, Jorgonsoh. 132. Port Arthur. Te f \. knocked out the final jKJfi Axlef|iiita. 13flf- Mexico, 3. Deli-oil — Grne Orcshnm. fotnped over The Ciladol 8!>-(>I Tuesday night for their fourth e >n- soculivp victoiy ft was Ihc Moun- iairtedrs' Hurd ronferencc s-uroos:,- and 3flth in a row ovci a span of four scasftns West Vli'Rinia. rankf-d No. 4 in the first weekly pull hns wmi Iho Southern Conference tourney for (he past four vr>n>- s . Las' s'-asoil the Club bowed In Mnnh.ittan in the Fnstcrn leui'mmls of (i>o TN'II- tlonal Collcpc '•iKimpinnships. .Only two other members of tho fop 10 (rums saw nclion Tm-sdny night'. North Carolina Stato. No. fi, edged Clemson ofi-54 in an At- Inntlc Coast Conleronce g.-imo and Sixth' - rated Tennessee whipped Wake FnroM (11 fiO in a non-lt'aiJue affair. West Virgin!,) which also hiis defeated Furman, .PMT ..and Poiin State thi« se.isoiV. '"displayed its best brand of hall 'in-'outclassing The Citadel. The Mountaineers opened' up a 12 point gap early in the second hull' and cor.sled Iho rest of the way The Cilidel, regarded as a pos- Ihrci.l to WVU's conference stranglehold, was stymied i<y the Mountaineer- pn.-sfing defense and went wilhoul. a field goal foi ilvc minutes in the second half. Bob Clous«on, a fi-G center who has to fill the .•••hoes of the ijradu- Dotroil. outpointed Bobby Rogers 134. Chicago. If!. Bobcats Place Two Men oh All-State List LITTLE ROCK (API — Players frorn Hope High School and Li file iHock. Catholic .High School'was the! offensive und defensive sf|iiads on thc'AA All-Star grid loam n nouhcod yesterdny. Hope'.-! halfback Don Boolhc got on the offensive^ sqiind and guard Winston Duke wlio made the defensive squad 'and tackle Berna'rd Frank Harrison made the • often- oioo squiicl and Uiclclc Bernard Caldarcra got on the defensive roster. Van Buren and West Memphis each luid two men on the offcn- «i"e team. Van Buren listed halfback Danny Greenfield and end Dick Jcimes while West Memphis placed guard Woody Black and te 1 KJ-A<- i*"' back Donnie Dunston. Here are the All-Stale teams by position, name, school and weight: OFFENSE ateri Lloyd Shurrar, fuiind the J IS—Delano Cotton. Fayelloville, range lor 1C points lo spark tho;il7(); 'E—'Dick Jones, Van Buren, West Virginia attack. Junior .Terry 1115; T—Frank Harrison, Catholic High, 190; T—Johnny McGaugh',. Springdale, 200; G—Charles Serb*-' gins. Smackover, 105; G—Woody Black, West Memphis, 170; C^Johnny Bailey, Malvern, 220; B-- clon Boothe. 210; B ; —Jack Ward, Conway, IBS; B—'Donnie Dunstoir, West Memphis, 155, and B—Danny Legal Notice No, 81G2 IP the Chancery Court of Hcmpslead County, Ark, Plaintiff PANSY ELLIS vs, EDWARD LEE ELLIS Defendant WARNING ORDER - The defendant, 'Edward Lee Ellis is warned to appear in Ihis court within thirty days and answer the "complaint of the Plaintiff, Pansy .Ellis. Witness myJiand nnd Iho seal of court this-1st day of December CLARA BYERS, Cleric By KATHER1NE B. LAUTBRBACil;- D. C. (SEAL) Dec, 3, 10, 17, 24, 1058 Leqol Notice ';! No, 8159 In the Chancery Court of ITempstcad County. Ark. A, F. JOHNSON Plantiff vs, ANNIE P, JOHNSON and J3THEL WHARTON .. Defendant The defendants, ANNIE P. JQHN- J, f ."SON nnd ETHEL WHARTON, are f.;*'.warned lo appear in this court ; \vithin thirty davs and answer the J cbn-rnlainl of the Plaintiff, A. F. Greenfield, Van Buren, 100. E— Ed DEFENSE Montgomery, Mqrrilton, 170; E— Billy Tubei'villc, Magnol- ni, IHO; T— Rap Trail, Forrest City, 190; T— Bernard Cnld'erasa. Catholic High, 200; .Duce, Hope. 100; G G — Wjnston -Ken" -Ncces- sary, Rogers, 170; C—Bill Mnus. Subiaco, 2005 B—James Dowdy, Hussellville, 20'0; B—Bill Guncler- man, Morrillori, 195; B — Stos'o< Smith, Newport, 175; B' — a Don Gricc, CYossetf, 176, i.nd B~Bob Cameron, Jonesboi-6, 170, ^ * • All of the players are seniors. LSU Rallies to Defeat Porkers 67-58 SHUEYEPORT, La. (AP) — Louisiana State university rallied late in the grme to defeat the University of Arkansas basketball Witness my hand and iho seat of tenrn lasl night, G7-5S. <•£, said court this 25th day of No- Wayne Mo'nson scored 25 points t-'-vprnber 1358. fo paro LSU io victory over the !•_" By Katherine B Lauterbach, D, C. J defendina champions of the Souilf- fv-J ( ; CLARA BYERS, Clerk. wesl Conference, '~~ AT ' Arkansas led 28-?G at inter- (SEAL) 1^ Nov, 26. Dee. 3, 10, 17, 1958 Leqal Notice 8101 In (ho Chancery Court of Hemnstead County, Ark. Plaintiff Defendant ROBISON §f> SWEET *"' ; *' vs, 5F-OBGE ELLIOTT SWEET WARNING ORPER ff' t ''T he dc{ondant, George Elliott ~ is warned to appear in this "court within fhirty davs and answer rflie complaint of the Plaintiff, Robison Sweet. iny hond and tho seal of court this 1st day of December •4958: 'V CLARA B.YERS. ClorK. Bv KATHERJNE B, Kf - LAUTERBACH, D. C, fc g,(SEAL) ' " •; 3, 10, J7, 24, 195§ fe* Notice •NOTlCg PRORATE COURT OP /fJEMPSTE-AD COUNTY, JU THE MATTER OF TOE ~ FANNIE HUSI^EY, No. 1228 address of decedent: . f 3, Frescott, Arkpnsas. death- 1 September 28, 1958 West, tho Mountaineers' sharp- shootinn forward, war lield to '17 — Carolina State its' narrow verdict over Clemson. The', Wolf-. nark en mo from hphinS "lo nost Its four'h triumnh. scori"" eisht eon- seoutives shots ns Clemson ran out of isas aftpf leading 54-4'R. After Lou Elov tied the same wall Gibbons missed ri l-and-J iVi-e throw nl lr% mol with a min- ntf> to so. N C. Stato froyp tho hal) .-ind =p( fhn ft nan' (or Etigle- hn'-dt's winnins basket, T^nno=spo, Hv> Kent State In,vi- tation Tournnmeni winner last weekend, pxtended its victory "keiri to four tit the evrwnsp of Wnko Ppvpst. The Valunteors broke thfi anme wide ouen with" n sovirt in th" lns< seven minutes,' eutseorjne Wakn Fore.st 17-fi after thn teams had been tied >jt 44>al]. l^en Coulter was Tennessee's hi»h, man with is vjoints h'il 0-8 Gone TOrmohlen camp off th£ hejie.h to provide tho scoring jmpe"' (us in thp late ds'ivw- . St.' Mary's vankptl Hth. lopt ii« first game aflpi' thrgo wins. Cnli« fovnin qioped i\\a Gnols 57»55 for flie Qoldpn Bonrs third strfiiaht success. Moro'^Up. No. 17, staved off q second hnjf niljy to turn back "Croiehion S3-40, ' Bobcat Teams Drop a Pair at Hot Springs Two Mope learns journeyed to tfot Spr'ihRS last night and both felt the tnste of dofo.it. The seflior boy? dropped a 54 to S4 decision to the Trojans. Walklhs was high point for Hope with 20; ffatflefd made 7; Thin-man 3 and Graves 4. Conley of Hot Springs tossed in 22 points. We had a side jtrttrp shot that ttopc Was unable to stop Mope's B boys lost toy n 39 to 29 tally. Smith tossed in 14 for Hope, Id-win 4; Jones 0; XValters fi; Tur* nor f! and Calhnun 5. Hughen of Jfot Springs made 12. The Bobcats enter the District 4--AA tournament this weekend at Crossett. Spring Hill Wins a Pair, at Bodcaw Spun! Mill cage teams won 2 out (jf 3 games last ni.Thl in Iho Bodcnw gym. Sue HarvM looped in 17 points lo lead the Spring Hill Junior girls to a 32-23 win Dorothy iLoe was high for the losers with M mn'rkers. Bodcaw Senior girls grabbed a 38-2(5 victory with Harlia Ward getting. 25 tallies. Linda Galloway •waVHigh for Spring Mill with'10. Coach Billy Mitchell's Spring 'Hill Senior boys popped in a 59-34 win with James Huckabee getting 14. Robert Cornelius was high for Bodcaw with 12. Officials wero Donald Huckabee and Charles Gough. Spring Hill journeys lo Genoa Thursday night for three 'games. Roofs Collapse Under of Snow .OSVVEGO, N.Y. (AP) — Several roofs eollap'sed today under, the weight of more than six feet of snow thai is burying this lakeside city. No one was injured, however, Most of the roofs were oh'garages, storage houses and Quonset huts A roof over a two-family house collapsed Monday night, Sixteen inches of snow lhal billowed in' off Lake Ontario overnight and today raised to G6 jnchos the lolal fail since Sunday and to 77 inches the amount on , tho eround. Officials urged would-bo visilors to slay awav * ^ 'In Oswogo, streets wore open todav for one-way traffic, but the iclontless snow damnenod hope? thai normal living could be resumed. Drifls mounted to 20 feet bipti. Oswcm a citv. of 23.000. was dinging nut under emnrecney con- diUons. Plows rushed in bv stfite aeennjp.s and onmitv and local eov ornments plded in the counter- all a ck on thp s'now, A tnainr jo!) ; n QSWPPO wn? rf- o\',nl of snow from vnof« of nr'l- vn'o homes to prevoni collan«o Schools and covernmcnt offices "•nninorl elo°orl. Indus)I'tnl ulantp, shut down hr> iii^n of the slorms, mndo nlans to trv (o resume or>or?iti n ns. Rkoln- ton forces operated a few plants today, Basketball Collftqe Baskttball §y fHE As§6GlAfEB West Virainia 89". The Citadel 8t N.C. Stale SB, ClemFoti 54 Tennessee fil, Wake Fo'reSl 5tf HnrVflrd fift. Wtsleyaft 63 Connecticul 77, New Hampshire (i Nlaeafa fit. Villa Madonna 6.> poslon 79, North->aslorn 3fl Louisiana t. R7. Arkansas 58 Washington <Moi 50, 54 Navy D9. Dickinson 35 Richmond 78. Wash-Lee 6,1 Loliislnnn State 07. Arkansas SS East Texas Baptist G3. tlenderson t!2 'Southern State .08. Arkansas AMI 82 Henderson State Teachers 57. Lflm- btith, Term.. 48 Arkafisns J.C. 73. Hendri.x 58 Sharkey Will Referee Fight Tonight 6y MURRAY ROSE MONTREAL 'iAPi— Jack Sharkey will referee Ihc Archie Moore- Yv'on Durolle li.aht heavyweight title fighl tonight and (he general feeling here is that his main job will be to count ten. There is hardly a soul in this /oro weather French-Canadian metropolis who believes it will end in anything but a knockout. Archie, making the seventh defense ol his 175-pound division crown, remained a solid 14-5 favorite to /Ayhip the 29-year-old fighting fisherman' Irom Bale Ste. Ann, N.B." • *.' •. • •Durolle, a dock worker, said: ''one of 'us will go by the llth or 12lh round. I'm going to win or they're going lo carry me out." If they don't lug him o'ui on his shield, it will go clown as; One 'of the great upsets in fistic' annals. Moore, who will celebrate his 42nd, 45th or 40th birthday anniversary three clays from nbw, has a big edge in everything liul the calendar. Ancient Archie can box. punch and absorb a punch far beltet than the crude, awkward L '"an( strong callengcr who holds the.,Canadian and British Empire''••light .heavyweight crowns. • • Durellc knows he has to close •in on Archie from the ripening; bell in an attempt to wear dowiv, his venerable rival. More, a slVarp- shooter with either hand, : likes nothing boiler than for an 'opponent lo come lo him. Right now he and the -late Young Stribling iii'ci tied for the all-time kayo mark at 12G. ' • If tho fighl should go IhelSlfi- round limit, Ihe scoring will be handled by throe judges. Promoter Eddie Quinn predicted 1,000 to 13,000 fans will pay" from $100,000 to $125,000. The bout, starting at 10 p.m., (EST)' will be telecasl nationally in the U"; ed States by the ABC network. Moore, unbeaten in his last 15 fighls, u has "a. 174-24-6 record. Durelle's ..I'&eo'i-cl* is^,'"7G-19-2 includec] ?9 kayos. •' * ' .- { ^tf ^ • i * "J^U' • " ' • ' ^ftH A JBJJJJI' ' jjji ..jjJB jjt Hope Star Classified Ads A6S MUST IE IN OMICE DAY BEFORE PUBLieATlON 7=3431 tQt AD TAKtft The schedule of Sbrufliif as printed below, haS beefl from John Atdefi ^flight's §61lifiaf Tables. Plan your d&ys §6 th&t you will be fishing in g&dd teffltefJH or hunting in gb&d COVef dlirifijj thfse times, if you w'sh 16 fiftd the best sport that each day had t6 offer. The Major PefibdS af6 shoWil tfl boldface type, These begin at the times shown and last fdf &fl houf and a half of two hours thews* after. The Minor Periods, shbWttto regular type, are ol Somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major 4:55 11 MS 5:30 HMO 5:35 0:55 12:40 7:50 1!35 8:40 2!25 VVednes Friday Saturday Sunday C;30 12!1S 7:26 1!10 8:20 2!05 0:10 2!55 The Negro Community Esther Hicks . Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day A person who is too nice ah ob server of the business of the crowd like one who is too curious in observing the labor of -bees will often be stung for his curiosity — Pope. 8- Sai^ JJgustoi) S,tijti* \v4 ^i was appointe4| 0 yteia.ssed ErsHinV'75-59! Jim :-)x Of the estate of tliejnon H lc} lp»icd. 20 pojnts tp p ( —-dent on the 1st .Bowling Jprgetx of "phio to a 15-&\ 1 ^ f '^-. lacing of Oviovosno; Pettvll witii- claims against j <=todd a lato'sureo to njp Qan\sius Jtnyst -exhibit tlipm, 7T.-75; of St. NeWshoners in N, y. Publish Despite Strike NEW YORK (AP)-Ncuv York's nfnn mnioi- newoiners published :oriav despite n strikn pv clciiycry- men j|) a eontrnei disnute, The lark of distribution services imi'od oireulation (o counter sales it Iho newspnner plants, Members of unions other than ers Union eonlinupd to work, ggn- evnlly. althoupli iiicHut lines wero set uu arounc) somp ojanls, Both mornins and afternoon newst papp.rs rolled off the presses about oii «ehpdulo, Negotiations 'between the deliverers and, the Now York Publishers Assn, were scheduled, to resume Ipday. The delivprymen walked out Tuesday night after ejecting by an 877-772 vote contract term? that had beer) , agreed- wpn toy union and management negotia' toj-s. . fhe fieiiverevs had struct? for pigbt hours al midnjght Sunday bijt • hgd return'ed, to \vpj-k, after their negotiators apprpvp?) pact, Crossed Ekcfion Is Ruled Illegal '' : D«Yflll -jfi: ' illegal ' an clegtjoh at JJoy, 4 in w|ilch ejty o|fitfiajj anrt Democrat Drive Continued From fage one" - * fused a seat with the party of his choice," Carpenter said, Ho added, however, that a mnvo lo refuse Alforcl a seal in tho HIoiiso altogether would carry no more weight. "Tliere is prececjent for this, but I don'!, think- it will happen." ho snid, * Carpenter said he did not know at this time how long he willjrer main in Washington as -Alfoj-d's secretary He anci Uoy Finch Jp,, an assistant stale attorney genor- al, announced lasl week Ihey \yor<» forming a rjartership' for privalp nraotice of law here. l ,, Finch said he would handle .irjost of the firm's work \\-Fille Carp'entor is in Washington. Both havo',h'nd limiled private practices holding state jobs, Governor Has No Plans for Court Hear ing LITTLE ROCK CAP)—Q&v!' Ojt- val R. Faubus said today he has no plans to intervopo in a ^an,' 6 federal court hearing on. the Little ock school integration case,"I -don't see what purpose'. 1 H would, serve at this time, 1 ' Faubus said, "We'll just wait -.niicl see what bridges we heivc to cross." U.S, pistriet Judge John E. Afil. lor' of Fort Smith has said he w!)} act Jan. '6 on an appp)late _pou.r.t mandate 'ordeviiig gosilive steps toward joujernentirig i^tegrnUoi^at Central Hjgh School although |ral and three othej high here h^ve Jaeen J p)osed, by lo foresia.ll jntpgraUon. . iMUJer's Qr^er ,is ^pe force', the Little Rock School to, cixaUwge 9 .Mate,.Jaw, which Faubtts plosed the schoais', Faubus said ,he .dj4 wot,- .want -\g anticipa,t.u oyertyvn of the Jaw, byt (hat other jiieysures^ iop-retatnjijf segregation were- b.eiog siu0ig4/ He said, tj\^ stucli.es • piplii^ccj '$ plan |or employing sjnte Hie'.ppej'ytioj; of-the •'•'' Jo - w ~^ t^t, v^s^j-il" c -«^^.*jpar - -s-4^y,.^.v^mF W5 Ji?i;*'J^).w\'A^-Qj)|i;^n,\p pcen,^ ly^lw^W'lpur'^iiiig.^afe^MI is^jg^f?fa^^j»i. Calendar of Events Wednesday, Dec. 10 The Hopewell PTA will hold its regular meeting Wednesday, Dec. 10 al 7 p.m. All members arc asked to be present. Thursday, Dec. 11 . Members of all choirs .'of the city are asked to meet at Lonoke Baptist Church Thursday, -Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. for. rehearsal for'-Christmas service. A. M. Charlie-English chairman of music committee. Sunday, Dec, 21 A special "service will, be ;held at Benson Nursing Home in Nashville Dec. 21 at 3 p.m. The Garrett Chapel Baptist Church will: be in charge of the service. Rev. F. R. Williams, .pastor, will deliver the sermon. The public is invited to attend. County 4-H Club Meeting Held" The Hemipstead County 4-H Club met Dec. 1 at 10 a.m, in the Yer ger High Auditorium with Miss Sylvia Wade, County president, presiding. The devotional, was conducted by Nancy Joe Scott. Prayer was offered by E. C. Jones. The group discussed the annual achievement banquet which will be held next month. Representatives from five clubs, along with their community leaders were present. Election of officers was held and elected as follows; . President, Miss Sylvia Wade; vice president, Alvin Wilson; secretary Sammio Tyroe; treasurer, Birtha Johnson; song leader, -Nancy Joe Scott; recreationn! lender, Patricia Williams; adult leaders, Mrs, Alcola Wade and E, C, Jpnes, Jacquelyn Faye Hicks, reporter,, Cold Weother Tiqh'tensGrip onEostU,S, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The season's longest spell of cold weather tishtened its icy grip op the eastern hnlf °f the today. /There was one warm, note in the weather forecast; Som.0 relief appeared jrj sight for the ^ero-strjeken a.reas of the northern Midwest and North Central region, But the 'Arctic air clung to the jdwest PS it-Fprcpd e.istwai'4 to the Atlantic Coasl and sent a rriass 3| frosty uir deep jnto the south. snd. ft was another shivering morq< ng of below zero weather fyoti} lovtheastern 1 Montana, tho Dsko» as,"- Nebraska, Minnesota, Wiscun- in j^nd into 'sep{joi)s of Illinois.,- [pdiana and" Ohio. ' - wave conditions made win.* ,er seem like reality in the from (New England to W. Te.sas sap-(o nippy flic drifted south fa,r as northwest Florida, Although, there 'were some sna\\" iyries, not mvclj heavy snow reported \n the eo)d bell. pvpr, there were popious of snow throughout the ' gion. , Nearly a, ''foot of fresh $no\y it, on Os\Y,ego,- s»jj^\v :\'o\ sis w?9i'y jprpwg o| ' ASPlare4 In Jlip lowest avegs, ojie pf the eai'li'' i^oriiing's lo\vg.!j| yffcyog^ \v«| |s feg^^.^lgw' ai Wanttd Staf fbtltS dp'efi fof boys 12 Sfid 6VSr. Apply at M6p6 6ffiee. farm equipment mechanic. Man mttst be Shop Foremar! rrialefial. Good pay, good Working conditions, well equipped shop, bonus plan, paid vacations, hospital insurance iplan, in a mod' em, growing community. A real opportunity for the right man. Write Box M', c/o Hope Star. 10-ltc- funeral Directors Ambulance Service , Burial Associatien OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME Dial PR 7'2123 20'lnvc Servicct Offered LET at retioVaU yeur did mat- tf*s«. We .ipecislljt in preiwri- te d .innerspritlf, COBB MATTRESS SHOi- 712 W«*f 4th, Phone 7^2022 RALPH Montgomery Market, custom iliiughterkig. We have meat for your deep fr«eze. See ui be- tort buying. 17-tf SINGfiR SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd, L. E. Booth, Phone PR' 7-8695. 5-14-tf POWER Saw, available for removal of trees, stumps and etc. For •free estimate call 7-4052. 26-1 mo. c GIVE her a gift certificate for Christmas' frbm Diane's Beauty Salon.' Phone 7-3118. 2-tf PIANOS tuned, repaired and rebuilt. Guaranteed. Write H. Woosley, Prescott or Phone Boclcaw TV/. 9-2385. 4-6tp I AM taking orders for cakes for Christrha's. Also have limited amount of 2 Ib. fruit cakes. Mrs. Milton Eason. 7-4G22. 4-tf Par Sola ALUMINUM screens, doors, stdFrfi Vvindows, weather « stfijjpiWg, ifi» sttiatiofl, roofing, aWftifigjSr g'Ut' tdrtng, bfftarherital failing, estirtiates. Andy Afidfews, 3 SMALL tracts of land Hear tmVH suitable for chicken faf.rhs. 80 acft-es timber land two tfiites out of Foreman. Ark. See fialpft Saiindefs of Phone 74001, 19-tf 'SI OtjDS four door. A'l Me\V tires, radio and he'ater. $498 Will arrange financing, Call f> 248Y. ' ' g'tf GOOD Johnson grass hay deliver ed to ymir barn. 50c per bale, anything over 5 bales, Call 7' 22G1 days 01' 7*22S7 nights. 2«l2tp EQUITY in 1DS8 four door cury. Practically new. Excellent condition/ Good chnftce for some one to own Big M for small down payment'. Already financed. Ph. 7-4047, 4-8tp MUST arrived in time for Christ' mas. A load of Antiques froth Chicago,. Byer's Antique Shc/p, Paimos and Shovcr Springs Road, . 8-6tc J~ NICE used 24" bovs bicycle. /New tiros. $13. Call PR 7-338t ,6r 205 High Street. 8-3tc CHRISTMAS trees. Beautiful At- kansas Cedar. Nice fuu. class A trees.; Fresh cut, no fir, pine or skelton. Hundreds t/i choose from at Stuart's Texac^ Service, 3rd and Pine St. PR 7-^OGS. | 5-6tc L CHOICE business location. Third and Walnut. Opositcj corner of new .bank at Second And Walnut Will consider installing penrtan- enl partition creating two separ ate store spices. Conlaot Talbot Feilct Jr._ j ^3-6tp d condit- 9-3tp WANT AD RATtS All Want but Ads ods lie poyob'fi In _ lll b^ accSpfed m- 6VSf th6 telepKbrid 3«d ar^bfnodo^ floft accounts allowed With the UH' fht dccourt! is pdyobld is 5f WSftts Up to 15 16 (6 26 i\ te S5 n to 36 31 to 35 §6 to 46 41 .to 4S 44 fo se 1.65 l.fcO 1.35 1.50' ffifee Days .96 i.io . 110 2.40 5.^6 3.06 Six fJdys 1.SO 2.00 25.Q 3.66 iSfl 4.66 4.56 S.OO 4.50 6.00 16.50 12.66 15.56 15. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY „ 1 tiffi* ..;..'• .............. SQt t>ef Inch 3 tlw^s ........................ 65c pcf Inch- 6 tirties ... ..... .... ...... ..i... 55c per irtch obive of« fof con e' Irtsettiorts. ll-^quldf of skit) t)dfe-6ds Will tike the ohe-ddy fdle, All daily classified advertising copy Will .be accepted until 5 p.m. for pubftcdtidri f^e fblloWihg day. The publisher re?crves- the tight to fevlse of edit all odvestiserhents of fifed fof publication and to releet .tfriy objectionable advertising sub- Mltfed. Initials 6f oho of more letters, gfbups ot ftdures, 'such as house or telbohbrie numbers count as ohe word. . .The. Hope Star will not be responsible f6f errors jfi v Want Ads untesE ' errofs are called to our attention after fIRST Insertion of ad and then Ifor ONLY the ONE Incorrect Inserrlon. ; 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-Tres, > at The Star Building J12-14 South Walnut Street) ' ,, , Hope, Arkansas s , GIRIL'S 26" bicycle, ion. Phone 7-2637. For Rent or Sale 3 BE'DROQMihome. 416 S.' Grady. Contact or call-Mrs. W. I. Stroud. YUkon 3-2362 Washington. 14-1-mo c Real Estate for Sale PAPER SHE'LL pecan's. 35c,pound. Russell White, Spriilg Hill/ Road. PR 7-3909. 9-3tc ONE iBood saddle anfl work horse Gentle with children. T^ree big work horses. P. /H. Stephens, Blevins, Ark. / • 10-3tp New three bedroom homo, car port, 100 foot frontage, attic fan, floor furnace, Venetian blinds, near school, Owner said: "Sell It!" For sale or rent, two bedrooms, 'den,"double carport, bath and half, good neighborhood, vacant/' 1514 Pecan. Five room home, lot and half, on pavement at 210 North Ferguson, clean, comfortable, immediate possession, $3,000, Modern six room home in excellent condition, built-in garage, floor furnace, fenced backyard, plenty of storage, 412 East 14th. We have other Selections In Good Locations, LEONARD ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 108 East Second Phone 7-2221 4-fjtc ' SPEND XMAS IN •YOUR OWN HOME On West Avenue C this lovely home is vacant now. 2 average si?e bedroom? and one extra large bedroom, two baths, double carport. FHA aoprovecl, No loan closing costs, Down payment $1,200, WiJLaxccept your present home in 'trade, , FHA, CONTENTION & C-I LOANS REALTY COMPANY g!7 South Main, Hope,. Ark, PJjone PRospect 7-4691 ' •' . , '8-3te Opportunities Offered SPINET JPFANO OPPORTUNITY We 'have a lovely Spjno't 'piano >we will U'Bnsfe'r 'to reliable locnl party cm.srnalj, monthly payments. Write before we se.ncj itmpk. BOOI-^ JEPBR " JOP-LIN PIANO CO,, 312 MAIN,- JCXPL<JN, MO. • p-4tc fltwl w))ite' female Setter. Wpjght ^o ib§, st jjao Hazel* St., sj, Tex. on coljar. AmoW, PR 7*3iaa, 80 ACRES of atoovs average pine timber land witH one-half minerals, good road, /good homesite. Contact T. F. Giayspn, 1423 Jefferson 'Street, 32-9779, Texarkana. ' 10-Gtc | LOCAL trailers. |Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night, 7-9955,! I ' 8-lmbc NICELY Furnisliefl 4 room apart ment, Adults only, No drinking 801 East 3rd./ 3-tf UPSTAIRS apartmept. 3 large rooms and private bath, 203 High Street. '' 15-tf 5 ROOM hou^e, 301 N. Ferguson Street, Call ,7-3378. 2 OLEAN 5 rppm houses, Close in, Vacant now. T, N, Belew. 7-4308, ' i... . ./. Mtc MODERN 4!room house/602 W, Division. Slrout Realty/.--,7-3766, , _ . J 9-3tp EVERSMEYER housq/on , South Wain, Seel Mr, or ,Mrs, Laha at Laha Cleaners, / ' 9-fitp 5 ROOM 'tfriek house,-. See. at J09 N. Waslilngton. Write Frances James, fcmmet. ', 10-3to 4 ROOM house, $ao month with bills pajcl, PR 7/247, ' 10-tf N of ice WE r> A, p, . Howard O>Uler, T. T/)np lect ,§9?. /r«? Fstlmstftf // ' ' ' ' Rave f».n». PBEJCQTT . CO, .Col- Home Style Hgt Biscuit! q >^n 3 A. M. M P, M, "! MATTRE5SI5 9r-MM« IntP innr* r f MfBrtur* * MefffM* " • WE &.iy and sell bric-n-brap, For Sale or Trade Herndon-Cprnelm^ A/QN posj-ngtips h,a§ jjn^ipdigte openings fpr- mature , wqmn not eipployp4 to terrjtofjpp. "7f' s ^«,,r4;7^,fiv"»5''l < ^i . v> £ f iijv.' AlcK, H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher foul H. Jones, Managing Editor <». Dona I Parker, Advertising Mgr. •„_• George W. Hosmcr, Mech. Supt. ' . Entered as second doss matter at. the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas,-,' under the Act of March 3, 1897. / ••• Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription kotss, (payable In advan='j) By carrier in Hope and neighbjring towns — Per week •„,..'. -.... S .30 Per year 1i60 By mall in ^empstead, Nevada, LaFoyette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month , S -85 Three months 1-85 Shi months! 3.30 Ont year.,.., ,-••• 6,50. All other mail — One month , 1,30 , Three months :,., ' 3.90 Six months 7.80 One year 15,60 < Not'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterlrk Bldg, Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 "'was : Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; ?60 N Mlchipan Ave., Chlrago 1, III; 60 E, ' 42nd "St./New York (7, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., D«,lroit 2, Mich.;,. Terminal Bldg,, Oklqhorno City 2, Okla. • Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press Is entitled ex- i clusively to the use for republlcatlon of qll.the i local news printed in this rieVvspaonr,' as well as all AP news dispatches, * ' ' "' Tavlor ,& Jordan ^, USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS -p. ( , ?16 S, Hazel Phone 7-402?-,-' Orvllle Taylor • John Bill Jordan WANTED TO BUY , Pine Pulpwooo by Truck Cut In Woods of otherwise, HAROLD HENDRIX Phone, PR 7-4321' Louisiana, Hope, Ark, IRIAKFAST

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