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Pa§e Feuf HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Hope Girls Are Beaten; Bobcats Play Saturday Conrh Gordon Beasley's Senior girls entered 1he Nashville Innrna- Jrient las! nk'ltf nml were iuiorkct] off bv Tcxmhnna ri-4 Io -IB .Indy Hiitcliff was high srorrr for Hope with 27 and T< xarkana's Arlprbury was the games' (op Inlly iiinker with 34. Saturday ninht the Hope Bobrnls play a return malcli with the Tex- nrkana Timers who defeated Diem 57 to SI a! TVxarUana Tuesday night. This will be the first home game of the season for the Oils. This first £ame has been design nalcd "Booster Club Nifihl" and every member of the org:mi7.ati<>n is expected It) be present io cheer on the Bobcats, reports President Jack King. Baskethc,!! In 182-1 Congress granted $lfl,000 for a military road from Memphis to Little Rock National §fcskfetball AsSH, SI Louis 136, New York 122 Bnclon 102, belnrii &3 Thursday Boston at (" Detroit ;it Minnci.pollS College 6<isUci;iall By THE ASSOCIAtEt) PRESS N.C. SI ale 82. LaS.ille ftO Fordham 80 Syracuse 75 Armv 7!i. Amherst 50 Villnnnvn 01. Temple fifl fonnerlir-ut 72 tj>lf?nte !V? Delaware RO. Lafnyette 58 LehiRh On. Albright sn Onston Unlv fll. Mas. Sfl Holy Cross 77. SI An?elms ^0 North Carolina 70. Srmlh Carolina ">7 NMVV "i. 1 ?. Maryland f>1 WM Mary 72, nnvidson BO Anbiini fl5. Florifla Stale 74 Miami iFlai 32. Kl'irida 82 Vnndcrbilt 70, W.vnminR 05 Tt.nuisvillf .id. Vh.'tenbei'" 4f) LSU "!!. New Orleans Loyola VM Rl. T?(innoke 03 Mieh State 74. Notre Dame rineinnnti 112. Cnl of Pacific SMU r>n. Oklahoma 31 Arizonp St Unlv. 7Ii. Ariz Stale Cnllesc 04. Southern Calif 72. Huwal 42 Colo Slate Univ. G7, F Aeaclo- fid 00 Porkers Lose to Oilers in an Overtime FAYKTTEVfLLE, Ark. CAP) — Thr MisrUosvilJp, (O.cii. Collt'RO basketball I fa hi turned on the slfifiin in nn ovcrtlmo period In si night io nudyo AiUiiruMs' Ra/cir- backs 02-54. The Porkers snlnod the overtime period after pulling up from a 35-27 deficit nt halflime. Sopho- moi'e Pi\( Foster sank a rtnir of free throws to tiv; Arkansas a 2-poinl edge \villi throe minutes of regulation play remaining. A set shot by Bnrtlesvillo's ftary Thompson kiioted the score at 8050 and time ran out. Once Arkansas' big Clyde! rthoelen fouled mil in the nvertinte period the forks- were unnblc to keep up. PHILLIPS Short Mtirrel G F P T i> 0-0 0 1ft 10-01 2 my f>7 "Ml j!. 1*1 m^ \ "H >*}•,' MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing Quart' BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIX Yellow, White, Spice & Cho. B °* 25c MRS. IUCKER 3 Lb. Can FOR ALL YOUR CANDY SEE US ,,ORANGE SLICES LB. LIGHT CRUST — PILLOW CASE FLOUR 25 °°9 1.89 OLIVES SALAD OLIVES FULL QUART , 55c CARNATION & PET 3 Large Cans POWDERED & BROWN Fruit Cocktail 2 c 3 ^ 49c FOLGERS INSTANT 2 OZ, JAR FOLGERS & MAXWELL HOUSE L. CAN FROZEN FOODS MELLORINE (REAM Gal, CLOVER LEAF PICTSWEET Orange Juice 6 Oz, Can 25c Nice and Crisp STAIK PRODUCE DEPT, EXTRA FANCY, DELICIOUS WINESAP APPLES 2 - 29c LARGE SIZE —FULL OF JUICE Poz, EXTRA LARGE HEAPS 15c nyi i i -..i ,,i-f j.^ GQLDgN BANANAS 2 RUBY-RED Grapefruit . 1 ' IJ' j^t §«i>me4 Jp- Blevins Cagers Win 3 Over Guarnsey Conch Hobby Daniels' SleVins cage teams won a Ifipleheadt'f Tuesday night from Guernsey in the Blevins Gym. •Monty Harris hit 20 points 16 pace the Slovin junior boys in a 42-20 triumph. Leslie Stephens had 0 for Guernsey. Blevins senior girls eased out a 50-45 victory with Fern Stone get* tirvg 25 points. Linda 'Bristow was high for Guernsey with 31. Led by Ronald Micks With 17 points. Blevins senior boys romped to a 79-38 win. William Foster led Guernsey with 28. Officials were John WatSbh and Jimmy Ben Ion. Reported by Nova 'Lynn Wilson of Blevins. Schedule of Blevins Cagers Is Annunced Blevins 'basketball coaph Bobby Daniels announces his team; rosters and the remainder of this season's schedule: Junior girls squad (Brelida Wilson Ava Noll Hicks, Ru;.i Arm Rogers, Tommie Phillips, Sue Clark', Janice Lloyd. Knren Wolfolk, Carolyn Willis. Earli.no "' Jester, Mary 'Ann Honea. Jean White, Irma Avcry, Margaret Fulton, Foslene'(Hill and Sherry Mouse r. Blevins Senior girls are; Fern SVone. /Barbara White, Bnmonn Stephens, Fern Parks, Shirley Willis. Brenda Jester, Jayme Scwell, Jamie Bonds, Mary Lynn Moses, Linda Coopwood, Phyllis Gorham, Lucy Copeland and Deautiaum Stone. J'anie (Lou Wilson is,.manager for both girl teams. Junior boys squad: Monty Harris, Victor Phillips, Ken.ne.th York Johnny Shapley, Harold .^Bmith, James iHoncycutt, Galen Crtrmen, Danny Wolfolk, Sammy White and Bil) Shaploy. Blevins Senior boys are: Bob Hicks, Joe Harris, Ronalds-Hicks, •Bobby Steed, John Allen, Ross, (Benny Phillips, Glynn Steed, Donald Gilbert, and Gerald; vBarber. Wendell Avcry is ma no get:; for.the boys' teams, > ., Jan. 2, ''Blevins goes to Saratoga and then will enter tooth ^Junior teams in the Bmrnet Junipr tournament, Jan. 5-10. J-aii'. B^-tMuivfreostooro. at -'Blevins Jan. 9 — Blevins at Emmet Jan, 13 Blevins at Guernsey Jan, ID — Nashville at .Blevins Jan. 20 — Emmet at Blevins. The iBlevins Senior tearffs will ejUer the annual Saratoga Invitational Tournament Jan. 21-24 and the County Tournament Jan. 28-31. Blevins cagers end'their season by playing host to Nashville again on Feb. 3 and journey to Okolcr.a on Feb. 13. Blevins sports reported by Nova Lynn Wilson. National Hockey National Hockey League By THE SSOCIATED PRESS Wednesday Results Chicago 5, .Boston 2 Thursday Games TSronto at Montreal New York at Detroit Fights Lost Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington — Eddie Perkins, 133>-i>, Chicago, stopped Baby Vas- o.ucz, 133, Mexico, 7, t DonChandler Has the Best Giant Record Py JACK, A§?opiated Press Spprts Writer NEW YORK 'CAP)—Who',is th? New York Giants' best runner? Best passer? pest punter? It is one 'and the same nian"— Don Chancier, Chandjer parried, once ihjs year ofi a fake punt against Pajtimore and, gained 15 yards, That^tands as Vu's average for tho seaspn. Ho passed oncp ancj completed it for a gain of g? yards and. a l.QDO percentage. The, average for his pupts is 44 yayds, sosQU$, only Hope Star Classified Ads ADS MUST IE IN OWCI DAY IttORt PUBU6ATION — PHONI 74431 FOR AD TAKER ^^r €F ^^^^^P ^^^9 ^^^^^^^^^r ' The schedule of SoltUiar Periods, as prinled below, has beeil takea from John Aldett Knlghl's Solunaf Tables. Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during these limes, if you w'sh to find the best sport that each day has to offer. The Major Periods are shown In boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours there* after. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Ma.ior Minor Major Wcdines 10:55 4!4Q 11:23 5:10 Thursday 11:40 5:25 —- 5i50 Friday 12:05 6:10 12:25 6i35 Saturday 12:50 6:55 1:10 7120 Sunday 1:35 7:40 1:55 8105 Court Opens Way for Nativity Scene WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. (AP) — A court opened the way today for a community-sponsored Christmas Nativity scene to bo displayed on a public school lawn in the center of Ossining. State Supreme Court Justice Elbert T. Gallagher dismissed a complaint brought by a group-of citizens that such a display would violate traditional separation of church and state. The complainants contended also that display of the creche would have a harmful effect on non-Christian pupils. Defenders of the creche argued that it would bo displayed only while the pupils were on Christmas vacation from school. The-fallacy of the plaintiffs argument is apparent in view of the act that the school was not in session when the creche as displayed in previous year, the judg'e said. The complaining group, consisting of Jewish and non-Jewish citizens, lajst year tried to obtain a temporary injunction. The petition as denied and the case went to trial last September. The school, the Ossining Junior and Senior High School is located on the main street in the center of the'village.' Wanted Hope §taf route open for boys 12 ^eafs afid" over. Apply at Hope Star- Stfide, f-^j--.__., •-_. -..-. —_.Funeral Directors Per SaU Ambulance Service Burial Association PtffrEftAL HOMfi t)(al PS ?*2l23 20-lm-c ALUMINUM screens, doers, storm- windows, weather * stripping! ift* stilatioh, roofing, awhihgs, gut' tering, ornamental failing. Fred estimates. Andy Andrews, PhbHe 5 ?-58(57. §41 Strviett Off«r«d LET Ut refioVAtt Jolit did mat' tf*i». We ipeclaliit In pfei»uri> t«d Umers^ritig, COSB MATTRESS KttOP 711 Wtfi 4th, Pbbne 7-3WJ RALPH Montfomerr Market, cu»- tdni ilnughtertng. We have meat »»r your deep freeze, See ui before, buying. 17'tf SIPfGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales arid Service, 513 East 3rd, L. E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695, 5-14-tf POWER Saw available for removal of trees, stumps and etc. For free estimate, call 7-4052. 2B-1 mo. c I AM 'taking orders for cakes for Christmas. Also have limited amount of 2 Ib. fruit cakes. .Mrs. Milton Eason. 7-4622. 4-tf Wonted to Rent WANT to 'rent a modern house with some pasture land in Hope School District. A. G. Mariner, Rosslon Road, Rl. 2, Hope, Ark. 16-3lp Robertson Is Held Under 40 Points By SHELDON SAKOWITZ Associated Press Spors Writer Future opponents of the Cincinnati Bearcats, the nation's No, 1 college basketball team, can relax a bit. All America Oscar ROD- orison doesn't concentrate op scoring all the time. For the first time in four games this season, Robertson's scoring output went below W points Wednesday night. Ho netted only 39 as the undefeated Bearcats thrashed College of Die PaciCic J12-G6. Robby, hampered by a jammed finger, played about 36 minutes, 'his scoring average jnqw Is 41,8. If he can maintain his average, he will break the all-time season record of 41.7, sot by Frank Selvy of Furroan' in 1953-54, Fourth-ranked North Carolina Slate and North Carolina, No. 10, were the only other membors of the top 10 loams in this week's Associated Press poll to see ac- tipn. N.C. state' whipped La Salle 82-66 Jor its fifth straight victory, The' Tai' Heels made it three in a vow with a 70-57 lacing of South Wonted to Buy 'HIGHEST prices paid for mink and coon hides. After 7 p.m. call Bob Ratejiff, 500 S. Hamilton. 7-2782. •• 15-Olc 3 SMALL tracts of land neal- town suitable for chicken farms', 80 acres timber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark. See Ral-ph Saunders or Phone WANT AD RATil All Want Ads ire paydb'B !h advance but ids will be accepted 6v4f the telephone and ar.-omoila- tlort accbunh allowed with the understanding: the account is payable wti§ri stotefiieht is rendered. Number 5f Words Up to IS 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 fd 30 3! td 35 ,36 ta 40 I 41 to 45 One Day .45 .60. .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1 35 three Days .90 1 20 1 56 1 pd 2.10 2.40 270 3,00 Six Days t 50 200 2 50 300 3.50 4.00 450 5.00 Month 450 603 7 sa 9O 1050 1200 1350 1500 '51 OLbS four door, A>1 Condition. New tires, radio and heater, $498 Will arrange financing. Call 7* 2487. 24f CHRISTMAS trees. Beautiful Arkansas Cedar. NJce full, class A trees. Fresh cut, no fir, pine or skdlton. Hundreds Io choose from at Stuart's Texaco Service, 3rd and Pine St. PR 7*9065. 12 Stc MEAT display box and gas refri* gerator. Phone 7-2049. 17*3tp ARTIFICIAL bouquets and wreaths for cemetery decorations. Campbell Florist. 17 miles East on Rosslon Highway. 16-6tc The better informed student of today is the successful Business or pi'ofesional leader of tomorrow. Here is the modern way, To answer your childs questions To make school work easier . To make belter grades To develop leadership The completely Wp to-date WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA Buy now and save $20.00 over January 1st prices. Call or write Representative MRS. J. M. JOHNSON Emmet — Phone Tuxedo Y-3058 17-3tp VERY Ornate antique 'bed and dresser, Marble top dresser. Mrs. died Hall. 'Phone 7-2267. 17-3tc Lost MALE, Collie and hound dog. White ring around nock and white chest, black back. Rest tan. Collie ears; Short hair, $10 reward for information leading to return. Phone 7-4810. 13-Glp (CHRISTMAS Trees. Fresh cut Cedars and Firs. Good shapes. $1 and uip. C. B. Russell and Son, 90),-W. 3rd. PR 7-9933, . 17-4lc The Negro Community , Either Hlcki Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 to Washington's 5am Baker jn the ationfll Football ^engiic, Although Yoa.pl) JJIJT pee HoweJJ doesn't count' on Chandler to do much running qr throwing Sunday #§ajnslj Cleveland in the playoff the pastern ciivisjon iilje, he dops count hcpyjly op hjs punting. Chandler is an OKlqhomq boy ho went to Floridg Io , play coif ege fpotbaU, JJe was a qua b'^pH ji\ high scjioo; OIK] iun'op lege 'anc( a halfback, at Woodruffj < a pro, Chandler soldon) , Hiek. But he, alsvays the optjcui froin liwoll to ryji own j| thprg |s K ,run Thought for Vie day 'Circumstances are the rulers o£ the weak; they arc 'but the instruments of: the wise — Samuel Lover Calendar of Events Thursday, Dec, 18 The members of all choirs of the city are asked to meet at "Lonoko Baptist Church, Thursday, Dec, If at 7:30 p.m. lor the purpose of rehearsing music for the Christ, mas 'service to bo held at Lonoke n't 11 a.m. Christmas Day, iAUVIOST new John. Deere M-T Tractor, 1951 model. See W. D. Hulsey, Washington, Ark. . 17-3tp ALMOST new; Roper .gas., range, dining sot and other furniture. Own price, See W. D. Hulsey, Washington, Ark, 17-3tp USED Power-Saws-to-get-'em out of the way. Brands such as Homelight and McCollough taken in on new 'Poulap as low as $40 each. See W. D, Hulsey, Washington, Ark. 17-3lp For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955, 8-lmoe Cub' Scout, Pack 162 will sponsor a basketball game Thursday, Dec, 18 nt Wgrris Gym with Men Teachers playing the boys team; Women -patrons vs, girls' team, Admission; A toy or 25c, All proceeds will go to help under privil- edged children at Christinas time, Frjday, Dec, 19 Family Night Services will be iheld . at BeBee Memorial OMB Church on Friday at 7:30. Rev. W. IS l ,Riley,, pastor of Rising Star Baptist wiU be guest speaker. After services, relrosbrnepts wiU 'be served in the ibasement of the church. The public is invited, Sunday, Dee, ?1 ,4 special service will be held at Benson Nursing Home in Nash- yille Peg, 2} at 3 p.m, The Garrett Chapel .Baptist PJwph will bq in charge of (he service, Rev. F. R, Williams, pastor, will deliver the serroon. The public is invited, to attend. ., Th,e IntPl'denominal Ministerial Alliance will sponsor the Annual ' ' Cin'istmps service Pep. 2§, a.ni, 'at Jjonolje fiaiptist ;, Bey. J- E . Pep)'* ppstpy, • 4 Charjgs English; pianist .,rs, $• '3^, Hi°H s ! sermon, Rev. ",' g, iMoj'gan, pastor of Bethel HM'B church! Alternate, EWer" 0. ,j, pennis, pastgr of Cliurcli o( Qo4 in Christ, Hey. J. F. Coby, ; Rev. fj. ]S T . Plover, sees hp £op,<|,- Ciy^eiishjp" jpJWP of ylPJ 1 §to1H 'glementary School roet at 2!3ft p,ou -Nov. 26 \yjth, the jng, ©pPiitn,g "I 1 ;«» 4 !^^^TCM^ JWISS^ J&;$)iM^m.- f^^»m,; ; imM7i% i^l^vilhS17?f.:Mi«yleldad' UPSTAIRS apartment. 3 large rooms and private bath, 203 High Street. 15-tf 5 ROOM house, 301 N. Ferguson Street, Call 7-3578, 17-lrno, 4 ROOM house, $30 monlh with bills paid, PR 7-2247, 10-tf CHOICE business -location. Third and Walnut, Oposite corner of new bank at Second and Walnut Will consider installing D'ermap* enl partition creating two separate store spaces, Contact Talbot Feild Jr, 8-Qtp Notice Sell , ,W» R«nl ' Buy H, P PHAWKLIN CQMPAJTT A, P. Deloney, ' Howard ColJler, ICOVINGT Lone PJstanoe Cnjl Collect 593, F?f* Kittw»> Rates, Have VBB» =- WtU Tr»v»l ll-ff oo, ers. - Insured, and free Write Barham BrethPF? o§je, :J5 Puy afid selj Antique and tjrio.a.bi'ae, QUK SHQp, Patmos Springs" Road, PJlPfJ? Male Help Wgnfcd to do Retired Box G, c/o Art ! ' - Stay, firm, 9 fast iccds executive jtyp'f fa ostntolishcd- \\\ ' CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 3 t!hi« 6 times 80c t>6f thch 65c per Inch 55e per inch Rates quoted above are fot COM 6«eutlve insertions. Irregular or skit dale dels will take the one-day rats. All dally classified odvertUInq copy will be accepted until 5 p rn. fa{\ publication the following day. The publisher reserves the right to revise or edit all adveslisements of fered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials of one or mere letters, groups of fiqures, such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Wont Ads unlow errors arc colled to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-343^ Hope Star ' Sfor of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 .Published eyprv weekday afternoon by • STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs, C, E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Seey-Tres, » at The Star Building ^ 212-14 Sourh Wqlnur Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H, Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Oanal Parker, 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 rhe Audit Bureau of Circulations '(f Subscription katcs (payable In odvon:'j) By carrier In Hope and neighboring towns — Per week f .30 Per year J s °° By moil In Hompstead, Nevoaa, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month $ -85 Three months '-°' Six montlis f.SO One year ('.st All other moil — ., One month l-3<> Three months 3.*» Six months 7 - 80 One yeor Not'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dallies, Inc., 1602 Sterirk Bldg, Memphis 2, Tenn,; 505 "''exos Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E, 42nd St., Now York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot, Bldg,, Detroit 2, Mich.JW Terminal Bldg., Okluhomo City 2, Okla, ' Member of The Awsctoted fiat: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use "for republication of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. V A WAY YOUR TOYS FOR CHRISTMAS NOW — Hope's Best Selection of • - Christmas Toys at WESTERN AUTO 113 8, Main RR 7-4447 Taylor & Jordan usio CARS -. PQDY SHOP CARS ~ ?16 S, Ha?f| Phsne, 74022 " Tayler • »!9|in pill Pin? Pylpwpso fey Truek -CMt lrrWS9SJs pr HAROLD Ptisn? PR MATTRI55I5 Ittbulit 9r.-:M!»$Ji int«: inner* , Oni Biy lirvlct ", PAYI5 . '" Furnltwrt & Mattffw St• ' Hcmdon-Cprnehw? arid Burial Ambulonce i sn. ?i?5 iper -sveeH iP siart yo,u pss* ^X^'^f^jf^/K'^'! '^^I^^f^^ ^W*-- -r«#, , J Vff -Vf' ",^y -VlfJ IW&W? VteViffiifrtfttofs Euliwv-MfiUafeCaBdf^

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