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v <- Basketball No g tanks scheduled AIIN, PfltSS . Stmaay RtWrti 4 - WoiiiS in, Philadelphia S5 Syrahise 118, ..Dclrott 94 Boston ill, "Chieinnili 108. . , Now York 124, St. Lottte HI SatucdSy RfekOltfc New York -106, DcU'olt tflfc St Loiiis 116, Boston 110 ' tstoHSTC .. _JfHrrfct r s hnmial Junior iboys and .TigMS "Basketball loUrHamcnt start- •»e3 this afternbdn with three Junior J iibbys games, Nashville vs. Chides"' r |,er at 2 p.m., 'Emmet vs. Cale at t'S,l3.m. hnd Arkndelphia Vs Jeffer- ,">s6rt Avcmie of Texarkana at 4 p.m. ?*"' ''Monday night's session pa If §j. Lou j s 73, NYU 62 ' 'itHese iboys gamdS; Fouke vs Guorn' ', key ,at 6 p.m. JSodcaw vs. Willis- f t',Viilc'-at 7 p.m. and Lartetmrg vs. _,,jtBleVins at 9 £.>m. 'Bodcaw and "/iEmrriet Junior 'girls play tonight '/.at 8 p.m. •'• ti- 'The tournameht will be played '''ton Monday, Wednesday, Thursday \ f <arid Saturday nights with the finals r-'on Saturday nigh't.aC? and. 8 p.m. ;' 'The Hope Junior iboys drew a bye ;-an the first round and will glay '. d .the winner of the Chidester-Nash- game, Wednesday riight at College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 78, Maiihatan 71 ~ ,t v _ Wednesday sessions start at 2 ! y.rn. \vith lwo Junior girls games ';Cale vs. Willisvile at 2 p.m. and - ,Elevens' vs. Guernsey at 3 p.m. ,^There -will toe a game at 4 p.m. "Wednesday night at 6 p.m. Nash- "jville and f ouke Junior girls tangle. ,' THree ,mdre games will be played " JWednesday night at 7, 8 and 9 p.m. „ There, wil Ibe four sanies Thursday night starting at 6 p.m., two "jjBoys and two girls games. Pres- '"/'cott Junior boys also^ drew a bye "in the Irfst round and will play ", >the winner of the Guernsey-Fouke 23gam'ejat 7 p.m. Wednesday. «'vc,"!Bmmet Coach," Malcolm Burnet- ,.~'ite»has requested that all partici- <4patihg,.teams bring only 10 Junior •J 'boys -players and 12 Junior girls, t r bnie storekeeper and one manager. ^"The jTSmmet PTA will operate the , Concession stand in the lobby dur- '" u ing all sessions and serve cold 1 ' drinks, coffee, sandwiches, pop, corn and candy. : Fobtbdll College Football t >"- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ^ *t. Hula Bowl H',Hawaiian All Stars 47, College '>All-Stars -27 DePaul 70, Dtlo.ite?ne 50 St. Bonaventut'e 82, Boston College 70 Conn 74, Fc-rdham 63 St. Johh's (NY) 81, Temple 7ft Brown 72, Providchce 64 Holy Cross 83, Dartmouth 63 . Bowling Green 86, Gahtsius 76 Villatiova 83, Pdnn 63 Siena 72, St. Francis (NY) 05 (3 ot Term 65, Vanderbilt 60 t Wake Forest 57, Clemson 47 N. Carolina 69, Notre Dame 5'4 Kentucky 72, Georgia Tech 62 •AubUrn 97, Mis State 66 Tulane 08, Florida 62 Furman 78, William & Mary 71 George Washn 56, Washn Lee 37 LSU 70, Georgia 66 Illinois 81, Ohi6 State 80 Mich Stale 79, Indiana'77 Min 79, Wisconsin 6fi Northwestern $0, Iowa ¥7 Bradley '91,. Drake 57 < Xavier ,(Ohid 98, liouifeviilc ttR Marciuefte 75, Detroit 66 ..' Brigham Young 70,. Dayton ,62 .; Toledo 69, Utah Statt^ 61 . Michigan 82, Purdue 75 TeXas 61, Rice 53 TCU 72.' Baylor 62 Houston 76, Wichita 75 Arkansas, 61, Texas Tech 57 Arizona St. Univ. 62, San Joso St. 58 New Mexico A&M 96. New Mexico 59 Idaho 36, Stanford 31 .Southern .Cal 49, Oregon State 41 Santa Clara 79. Arizona 38 Oregon 59, Calif 57 Wash State 71, UCLA 54 Utah 95, Miami (Ohio 78 Air Force 63, Valparaiso 4P San Francisco 73, San 'Francisco State 64 Fresno State 63, Nevada 50 Spring in Trijife Win v 'v Over Cole Coach 'Billy 1 Mitchell's S>rlrlg Hill eagers wart *t iHplehpacler lift Friday night from Cale. Jirnm^ ,Tolnpkins hit 12 points to pace Spring Hill Junior boys to a 32-22 w,ln. Con Munn was lilfch for Cale with 16. Spring (Hill Senior girls picket! up a 28-20 victory with Linda Gallowaiy and 'Betty Harvcll each getting 13 points, 'M'ary Cummings scored 16 for Cale. Jimttny Shnrman hit foi 1 H, B6b- by Totiupklns 18 'and James Hitch* abee 112 to lead Spring Hill Senior boys , ih a 4744 Win. Sampsori scoreid 25 points for Cale. Oflfleials were ©elton and Terrell fcalhoun. Spring Hill will enter the , Meriderson Invitational Tournament nigjht. and will play Ttfosday Tech in S WC Cage Play By WH1TEY SAWVEft * Associated Press STAPF Wflteh a deliberate^ancl goes after Mice Texfls A&M, winning—learn. _ Tuesday and Baylor Friday Id an effort to maintain its favorite's role in the Southwest Conference •basketball race, ,, ;} The Aggies, Winners ot the SolTth West Conference pre-scasoli toitrh'a< merit, knocked off Southern Me'thii- dtst at Dallas 65-63 last! weok^as championship play opened. ' Texas toppled Rice 61-58' and kansas upset Texas .Tel-h . Texas Christian bea.1 Baylor .72M32; lor .72M32; exas/ 'AT-' Hillsdale to Efcrn Money for Owner ACS MUST BE IN DAY HtfOftl PUSLfdATION — >HON£ 7-3431 fOfc AD fAKIft 2 WAl'fRBSSES, Abpty at mond Cafe. PR 7-3420, Birds' of paradise are found in a. wild state only in New Guinea and on an islet near Tobago, in the West Indies. • '« r^ v n*^ ?>*»«^ HS^i ft*' ALL 6 VOLT STARTERS AND GENERATORS - REBUILT - $4.95 EXC. _,_LM T -- _. ~ -' - ' I—'"- ' * ' '*' ., , • All Ports For Con And Trucks • All Size Full Cop Tires," Also New And Used Tirei! r TT yiie Glass & Salvage Gd |^ Hwy. 67-Wes* - Hope; Ark. Phone 7-2786 By JOHN CHANDLER Associated Press Sports Writer As long as the conditions ave "weather clear, track fast," Hill'sr 'dale probably, will .earn nionny for his. owner, C. W. _gmith, former, Georgia Tech' and "Chicago Boars football player. . Hillsdale, now a 4-year-old, beat the famous Round Table Saturday by the slim margin of a head in the $56,400 San Carlos Handicap at Santa' Anita. Sm'itty, a 240-pounder who played from 1936-39 for Tech and later was with the Bears three years, paid Mrs. Helen Kellogg $25,000 for Hillsdale v> December of 1957. The new owner owns and runs an engineering company with offices in Detroit and Los Angeles which furnishes designs for automobiles, missiles and jet engines. Last week he wos presented fo Hollywood Park where he won the Will Rogers Stakes and the El Dorado Handicap. Strong Bay nosed him out in tho $100,000 Westerner. Smith tried to get some of the big purse in the American Derby at Chicago. But "Nadie won and Hillsdale finished sixth. Then before the hpmefolk in Detroit, Hillsdale copped the Michigan Derby, went to Atlantic City and won the Boardwalk Handicap, arid wound up. the year Dec. 27 by e'ssily taking the Malibu Stakes at Santa •Anita. •. : V Round Table, owned by the Kerr Stables, had an excuse — weight. The world's leading money winning horse, making his initial start since he won the $100,000 Hawthorne Gold Cup at Chicago Oct. 11, packed 132 pounds to only 115 for Hillsdale. * as expected. That left Texas/... kansas, TCU and the Aggies tlc'd for the lead at 1-0. '" Six other conference games are scheduled this Week, Bnylor ahd Texas Tech play at Lubbock-Tuesday night while SMU fakes on Texas nt Ausiin. TCU hosts, Arkansas Wednesday night. Saturday SMiU >nnd Tech play at Dalla's, Texas and TCU met at Fdrt Worth and Rice and Arkansas tangle tit Faycttcvllle. A&M, playing with the deliberate style taught by Coach Bob Rogers, ran its season record to 9-1, the best in the conference. : Wayne Lawrence, did the 'damage with a field goal in the last thrqe seconds Lawrence had waited until , the.iie, AvasnH .enough .times left 'for SMU to -catch up ibefor's he 'fired. SMUs 6-7 sophomore Steve Strange was a bright spot for the Milstangs, however, bagging 20 points. Lawrence was tops with '•21. Albert Almanza. a 6-8 soph "at Texas, fired for 30 points .against Rice, 22 of them in the final 4.1 minutes. Arkansas and Tech swapped the lead five times in the last half/and Arkansas was ahead by only, two points with three minutes,left. ,Byt Tommy Rankin, Jay Carpenter' and Jerry Thompson pushed the Razorbacks ahead. V^i H. -E. Kirchner led TCU withlo: points as the tall Horned iTrqgV grabbed the lead early and held; it most of the giame. The Bears ,who started whittling away in the last 12 minutes ahd pulled to within Tlie schedule of Solunar Periods, as printed below, has been taken from John Alden Knight's Solunar .Tables. Plan your days so that ,yoti will be fishing in good territory o> huritlng t in good cover during the'se times, 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 thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major 1:40 7:55 2:40 8:55 3:40 9:55 Monday. Tuesday Wednes Thursday 4:40.10:55 Friday 5:40 11:50 Saturday 0:35 12:20 Sunday 7:30 1:15 2:05 8:25 3:05 9:25 4:05 10!25 5:05 11:25 0:05 6:55 12:45 7:45 1:35 The Negro Community Esther Hicks Phbrrt 7-4678 or 7-4474 thought for the day Of all ci-easte comforts God is the leader; you are the borrower, not the owner. — Rutherford. Female Help Wonted 30-tf MA'lDS, A-i New York Homes. Live in. TO $220 monthly, Free rbom, boardj fare advanced. Writo to G-em Agency, 33 Lincoln, Roalyn Heights, N. Y. 5-ltp HOUSEWIVES need money to bol* ster the budget? 5 hours a day will, bring you a good income, Excellent territory open in Hope. Car necessary. Write Avon, Box: 377 Hot Springs, Ark. 5-Qtc Wonted to Rent 5 ROOM unfurnished house. Phone 7-9974. 3-Gtf Instruction For SaU ALUMINUM "screens", ddofg, st6fm' Windows, weather, i stripping), 'insulation, rooming, awnings, gub toring, ornamental railing, Free estimates. Aridy Andrews^ Phone 7-5807. 9-tf 3 SMALL tracts of land near town suitable for chicken farms, 80 acres timber land two miles out Ralph 19-tf of Foreman, Ark, See Saunders or Phone 7-4001. WANT AD RATES j| All Wdnr Ads ate ^.poyob'e Irt' advance but 'ads will be icc6<stia,> ovef the telophbhe ohd ar/.omoaa-f fldn aecSunfs ollbwed with the tin- r , d^stondirtf) the account Is payobls- . when. statement Is fe'nder^d. ' Number ' Oho' three '§1 OLDS four door. A-l Condition. New tires, radio and heater, $495 Will arrange financing. Call 72487, 2-tf ONE 14 foot platform scale. W. I. Stroud, Washington, Ark. 1-litp AIRLINE SEVERAL YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN WILL BE SELECTED IMMEDIATELY FOR TRAINING FOR .ATTRACTIVE, HIGH-SALARIED POSITIONS AS AIRLINE SECRETARY, HOSTESS, RESER- VATIC-NIST, COMMUNICATION- IST, STATION AGENT, PASSENGER AGENT, TICKET AGENT, RECORDS. SHORT LOW-COST TRAINING CAN QUALIFY. Must, be between 17-39, have a high school education and plcashng personality. Includes special training in personal development for Women. 'All inquiries confidential. Write, giving address and phone number to: TRAINING DIVISION, NATIONAL SCHOOL OF AERO- •IS?,AUTICS. ACCREDITED BY NHSC, Box A, c/o HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARK. GAR-DEN tractor and equipment. One pig, three do/o'i hens and ten ibanlams. Ray Dedinger, Rt> •J. Box 320, 16ill St. 2-3tp D/' Words Up'to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25. 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 .60. '-!5 .90 1.05 1,?0 1.35 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 i.eo 210 240 2,70 3.00 Six Doy« 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4 50 500 One Month 4.50 6.00' 7.50 9.00 10.50 12. 13.51 15.00 'BY Owner, new 5 room home with tile bath. Central heat on shady lot-. Call 'PR 7-3485. 3-Stc 20 'ACRES with 4 room house. 'Near Prescott. $2,500. 1-/-3 down, balance like rent, STROUT 'BBA1LTY. Phone 7-3766. 3-3tp Calendar Of Events The Yerger - ShovCr PTA will meet Monday (tonight) nt 7 p.m. •in the High School study hall. All :i members and friends are rskecl to be present. C. G. Carmicheal, president; Mrs. G. Williamson, reporter. six 'points With less than two .mjnv ues left. But Baylor..-, fouled'"t'pb : much and the Frogs used the free; shots to ice the gam^e. ,', : Tom Robitaille of-, Rice is the top season scorer wnth 232 points, followed by Kirchner's 191 .1^' MAIL-IN CLASSIFIED AD ORDER The Quick ond Inexpensive Way To Do Business INSTRUGTIONS: Put your Classified Ad Words in. Squares Below . . . one. word to the square. Put the number of days you want your Ad to run in square at bottom. Then figure your cost, EXAMPLE: 15 words runs 3 days .. 90c L- 6 days ,, 1.50 NAME ADDRESS BOX NO. PHQNg No, «f AdljToRun Clip gnd Mail — ChecH ^ Q5 ' n /^ oney <aam wsssr ^==r =—. .^ar ««- =— «-,,. «„.„ ^^s, ^^3. ^^ . =gfa . „,., ,,_„, WBaw s-., Here's How You Figure Your Total Cost... t8 30 words 9Q 3i wonte l.QS South Takes ^ Victory in Senior Bowl MTBBLE, Ala. CAP) — Two of the finest passers in the land were on the field. But two hard' ~ruh- : ning fullbacks toolc \the laurels in Saturday s ioth annual Senior Bowl game, won .by the South 2112. .; Coach Paul Brown of the Cleyf!' land Browns had Baylor's Biidcly Humphrey at the South controls in the nationally televised game, Lee Grosscup of Utah was the starter at quarterback for North Coach Joe Kuharich of Notre Dame. , Humphrey was the nation's leading passer this season Grossciip was No. I a year ago. But 'it was Theron Sapp ,of Georgia and Norm Odyniec !of Notre Dame who won honor*!. They both scored TDs and tied Jn the poll of sports writers for mdst valuable player, i ' Bro\vn found his ground ganie working so well that Humphrey tried only 11 passes, completfivg _four for 97 yards and a touch- 'down, Grosscvip connected on l<l of 26 passes for 168 yards. The biggest'.yardage was amassed by the workhorse fiiHbacks, The 543, J80«pour)a QdyriJec ran up 192 yards on 25 carries"foj;«a 7,7 average, Sapp, a 5,\ i, I 2pb- pounder, got 158 on 23 cracks % 6,9 yards per carry Most of tlie yardage came the hard way %- tween tackle, The other s.eqre came in' the first swai'ter, when 'Bud Humphrey passed 20 yards to end Bob Pgjje of North, Carplina State in the end 2.orie tq pap a 67Tyard drive after the —*--••-•- - '-•'-••"• White Rose Chapter No. 416 OES will meet at Davis Chapel M'etho- dist' : ^Church Tuesday, Jan. Gth at T p.m. All members are asked to be present. U. S. OIVilL service tests! Men- women, 18-52. Start high as $95 a week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. Free information on jobs, salaries requirements. Write Pekin 67, llli nois. 5-3tp For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc Federated Club Elects Officers The -Anna P. Strong 'Federated Garden Club held its first meeting of the ye>ar in the home of (Mrs. W.' V. Rutherford on Friday, JanA2, with the out going president;^ Mrs. ! E. L. Hicks, presiding. .i.New officers were elected a? follows: -President, Mrs. Wv V; Rutherford; Vice (president, Mrs; R. Metcalf; Secretary, Mrs. C. G. Carmicheal; .Corresponding secretary, Mrs. C. W. Hicks; Treasurer, Mrs. -W. L. Bazzelle. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess to 13 memibers Coaches Talk OverBaseball Problems By JIM KENSIL Assoclated Press Sports Writer CINCINNATI (AP) — College baseball conches today expressed optimism that a summit meeting may be held sometime in the future with representatives of the major leagues. LeRpy Timm, conch at Iowa State College and president of the American Assn, of Baseball Coaches, stressed that" the organization feels its relationship with iprofessional baseball has improved and that s uch a meeting is not fi necessity, VWe are not seeking a hassle with the pros," fimm said, "but we do, gs always, object to usdis* criminate signing of college play* ers. "If a boy is an excellent pros- pept and deserves a chance to play pro baseball, wo are glad to see him gel, that opportunity, but we are never happy when prci 5 ROOM house. 301 N. Ferguson Street. Call 7-3578. 17-lmo. 3 ROOM! apartment. PR 7-2247. 30-tf IPUBJN'ISHED apartment. Dial 73791. iMiddlbbrooks Grocery. , 3-3tp Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Burial Association OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME Dial PR 7-2123 20-lm-c Tapan gas range, automatic washer, deep freeze. Farmall C tractor with plow, Disc and'mow- er and all sorts of tools. Roasting chickens and large fryers. Selling all. Come and see or call George F. Burkiri. Just' o'ff of Shover Springs Road. Phone 74038. 5-6tc LOW equity on 'modern two bedroom hbuse. 403, East i!4th St. 'Shown by appointment. Call 721:45. 5-3tp CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 80c per Inch 3 times 65c per Inch 6 times , 55c per inch Rates qiJoted ,obove are for con secutlve Insertions. Irregular or skip dote 'ads will take the One-day rate. -All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following day. ' The publisher reserves the right to L revise or etiit fall advestisements of II fered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials of one or mere letters, groups of fioUrcs, such os house or . telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not bo responsible foi errors in Want Ads unless errors arc called to our attention • after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY'tho ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE; PROSPECT 7-3431 N of ice HTC Buy -' -YrV-Sell - W« Kin! REAU ESTATE R. D. FRAWKLIN COMPAITT A. P. Deloney, Mantger Howard Collier, Saleiznaa MOVING? Long Distance Call Collect 502. Free Eittrnatei, Lower Rates. Have Van* — Will Travtl BRESCOTT TBANSFEB STORAQE CO. PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS Ittf BARHAM Brothers House Mov- *ers. Insured and free estimate. Write Barharri Brothers' Cale, Arkansas, 21-1 Mo. WE Buy 'and Bell Antique Furniture and bric-a-brac.,. BYERS ANTIQUE SHOP, Pa'tmos - Shover Springs Boad, Phone 7-2057,, 14-1-mo c NO HUNTING without permission on .1. G. Prescott's farm in the old Proving Ground. This land is posted, 30-6tp after which the meeting adjourned until the first Friday in February, when Mrs, Edna Spearman will toe hostess. Basketball §y Th? Texas TCU Arkansas Texas .. exas Tech SMU Rice Baylor Tessas TCU Arkansas Texas Texas SMU Qonferins? W Press Pot, Ptsop 0 1.000 65 \ 0 1.000 1 0 1.POQ 61 }, 0 J.OGO 62 72 6? 57 38 000 57 61 .000 63 '65 .000 56 61 .000 08 72 AH W 9 8 Pet. .900 655 572 .800 572 62? 4 6 .400 3 7 7 4 .300 575, Q18 6 5 .545756 7.29 6 5 .5« 707 617 .. 4 6 .400603 JpO? Fights Uit Night sign a boy and merely siic-. in disrupting his education." But Tlrnrr) said he believes lha ^yhole subject • of college-pro vela- tlonsjijp Jn basebnlj has gotten put of perspective, He said a surnrrUt meeting between the cql{ege §roiip and a major league delegation made up of Commissioner Forrl Frick and the owners would, help clear DP the situation, The coaches took no formal aci tioi) along these Jines, but day. Jong cqrnrnUtee meetings wcri? held Sunday as the AABC opened its-J4th annual convention, one of several preliminary and allierj meetings to be held here this wee,J? in conjunction with the 53rd Annual convention of the Nationnl Collegiate Athletic Assn. The majoiity of 2.20Q delegatur, were on hand today as the NCAA ?nd the American Football Coaches Assn. began to lay the groundwork for other meetings later in the week. . Meanwhile, the executive and television committees of th," NC4A met in closed session to.- day. The rules committee of the football Coaches Assn did likewise and is expected Tuesday tq make known it§ recomrnendatiojis to the NCAA football rules committee which meets next week in Los Angeles. Joint Meeting Held By Clubs Mr. and Mrs. Henry entertained Prosperity Craft No. 301 and White Rose Chapter No, 416 with a luncheon Sunday, Dec, 28, The dining room was beautifully decorated with holly, .pine cones and nandina Ibenies, The table was laid with a red cloth centered with a silver star, Christmas carols were sung, led Iby Mrs. ^erna Wyatt: prayer was offered by Issac Muldrow, a guest from Texarkana, Refreshments were served toy the hosts, assisted by 'M'rs, Joella Evans, Visiting guests were Mrs. Essie BranUey and (Lawrence Harris, Corning and Going James Uoyd, (Assistant Field Scout Director of Washington, D. C., was a holiday visitor of his brother, Vander Lloyd and family. HVIrs, Persie Turner of Hope and daughter, Miss Helen Turner of SLittle Rock visited her daughter, POSITIVELY, no hunting, on the B. J; Drake estate, Patmos. This land is 'posted. . • 31-"6tp Wonted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over, Apply at Hope Star Office, Stor .of. Hope 1899; Presi 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. 'H.- Woshburn, Scey-Trcj, at. The Star Building S12-14 South Walnut Street Hope,' Arkansas q Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Mcch. Supt. Entered as. second class matter at the Post Office ot Hope, Arkonsoi, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of ; ' ' ' Circulations Subscription .Fiotss (payable In , advanc'j) * By carrier in Hope and neighboring .;. ' ... towns — fer week S .30 Per'year JSIiO. • By rnali In l-lornpsfead, Nevada, LaFayette,' Howard and' Miller Counties — One month. f ••* Three,,monthi V.8S Six months 3.50 Ont year 6-SO '' All "other mall.'*— '•' " '' ' "'** " One month , Three months S.'O Six months 7.«0 One year > 15.60 WUUL pay $1.15 per toushel for ear corn delivered to Hope Feed Co, •PR 7-2547. 30-6tc JLOOA't, agent to sell the famous White Cross plan issued by Bank' ers Life and 'Casualty Co. Leads furnished. Write P,O, Box 55SO oa- Phone TE 6-9343, Ca'mden, Ark. Vmo-c Services Offered LET us renovat* y»ur 'old mattress, We specialize in prejntrl- zed innersprlng. COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4tb, Phone 7-! RALPH Montgomery Market, cue- torn slaughtering, We htye me«t for your deep freeze, Set iu before buyli»if, , s, Cleopjuis Walker and family an pittsbupgh, Pa,, and a son, Carl Turner and family in Ashtabula, Oh.io during the holidays. They were sccpmpnjed home toy Mrs. Turner's grand daughter, Carol Ann Walker, John 'Watson of Chicago was- a recent guest in the home o ( £ Mr. and 'Mrs, Chester Yerger Sr, !V{iss Yvonne Sayjes, Greenboro, N, C- was ft holiday visitor of her grandmother, Mrs, Ella J, Yerger and family. THi >lJywo,o4 Calft, -T Seal Biyers M. Ni«g9r 9 fays, N. Y t pointed, Willie Vaughn, j§o, ISenji moto, UlVz, Japan, JO. Hachiro Tijtsumi, 159, ,. outpointed Tcruo Muraxj&a, »p,an, 10. 1 Tokyo — Hisao Kobayashi, 138, 11?, Japan, outpointed Je 32. Nptic? Fred Qilmore died at his on Sh,over Street Friday, Jan. 2. Funeral services wlif be held at St. Peter QMiE Church, Ozan', Tuesday, Jan. G gt 2 p.rn. with rlicks Funeral iHome in charge. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO, Sales and Service, 513 East >r<>. L, |5. Booth, Phone PR 7-fl695, GOOD bargains. Byy, sel}, trade or refinish your furniture at my shop, Paul Dudney, Washington, Arkansas, 23'l«m-c POWE'R Saw man for removal of trees, stumps and etc, For free estimate call 7-4052. 30-}-mo-e Business Opportunities Opportunity for man ar.Jady, Responsible person from 'fhis area to service and eolject Xrorn cigarette dispensers. Car and $1,000 to $g,OQO investment needed. 7 to '$ hours weekly nets goo4 income, ipos^ible full time work. For locaj Interview write particulars and ph.one number to Post Offipe Bo?j }23), JIot Springs, A.rk. " 3-Up Nancy Howai'd died at lier home in Fulton Saturday night, Jan. 3. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be annouriced by Hjcks Funeral Home 'Inc. J. L. CrossJey died at his tone in Gurdon Saturday night, after a lo,ng illness. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and wJM be announced by Hj.cl?s Funeral Ho/ne {nc. <Eddi,e CBJs) Royal died at his home on South 'Laiu-el St, Sunday, Jan. }. Funeral arrangements are in. '" toe Not'l Advertising Representative!: , Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterlrk Bldg,. Memphis 2, .V*wv; 505, Texas Bank B|dg,, Dallas V,.'»exds; 360 N. Michigan-Ave., Criicarjb 1, III.;-60 E, 42nd St., New York IV, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2,. Mich.Y. Terminal Bldg., Oklcft'omb City 2, Okla. . Member of The Anaetated Preu: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcdtlon • of all the local news printed in this pewspopor, as well as all AP news dispatches, .- . . I ROACH - HUGHES INSURANCE Auto • Fire • Life & 108 E. 3rd. Phone 7-4581 Hope, Ark. Taylor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS — 216 8, Hazel Orville Taylor Phone 7-4022 John Bill Jordan WANTED TO BUY Pine Pulpwooo by Truqk Load Cut In Woods or otherwife, HAROLD HENDRIX -Phone PR 7-4321 19th 4 Louisiana, Hope, Ark, MATTRISSES R f l»uiu or MM* Into mn«r> 9nt Pty ttrvlet DAVIS Furniture § M«ttr«if C«, 117 *>. Ilm Pho, 74111 Help Wonted ibpys, to deliver Gazette. 'Must l>£ J? older. Contact Jagks Jfpvs or 5-tt? fo BUY PS14 feF POOJJ 'ljJ4,es. After 7 p,j»- 5.0fl s. ' Male Help Wanted slate, huu.d,re(ds 'Ij.sted,, Service, to Herndon-Corneliwi Fynt rgl Hom« an^ Surial Ambutanct Strykf ' Air Phone PR 7^5570 LOCAL MOVING and HAULING AUs PACKING ft CRATING • t « Hone Transftr 415 f git Binitejt nor "oar

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