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ip-Pro Football Game "f*.? *' BY PATRICK M6NULTY fi«,9 -tfji T v .?,'*, \LOS ANC-ELfiS (AP) — Billy ,t,4 ^ya.de, .who .missed the most val- I"? liable .player award by a fourth ''' c '"quarter pass Interception, today ,,r ;tG6k, the.blame for the West's 21-28 \*' t ^loSs-Jn the annual Pro Bowl foot' '?. ''bill "game. ".'; ' v'tlut West Coach -Weeb Ewbank Y' , and his fellow-players don't con' ri> 'sideK the lanky Los Angeles Ram >.?- ', tjuarterba'ck the goat of Sunday's "••, rough' and tumble battle before *,V, ,72.250 Memorial Coliseum fans. '"Vi > •"' We 'beat oUrSelVeS through <• * irdstakes," said Ewbank. coach o£ ',' *thV world champion Baltimore J ; . Colt . s .' ,' It' .was my .fault,' 1 insisted '', IW.ade alter the (East turned the '' ' interception into a field goal and ! later ^scored a game-winning touch , down.' , „. ~rl • >',kiyew it was risky to pass ' , from I my own 13, bitt I wanted to , ' > pick iup some yardage and then V l ' stay o'rf.the ground'," said dejected I i. Billy.' ' ... . V • ftl" threw that pass right where ,f ^~I»,jwanted- it," Wade said in the "Sv-ii dj-essihgi"'room. ..'But ^alt Mich. ": a!els'i(Qf Cleyelqn"d)[ backed into '-,- 'it rand stole it." • .; , '' >', ""^Moments before, - Wade had ' I 'marched the West 80. yards for a 'V -toYichdown-and.a 21-16.lead in the *"Sde-saw~ struggle among the elite -•"I oiH.itj"ei"'Natibhal.".Football League .^. ,! ;;;Eorget. it,.'Blil'.»You ,did every'"', "-"tllinfe"; -I-asked you'to do," said /. ^''CEjvb'ankr "You 'moved the ball «•• —oh them." '<>• , • tt'tAfter 'the interception, the East P.'^settled for a 25-yard Held goal by J, _, Cleveland's Lou Groza. ,'. ,7wThen, with less than three mln \i tites to go, Philadelphia's Norm J- *, yan Brocklin rallied the EaKt for ', "l"aI" 70-yard touchdown drive. .' - • V-Frank Gifford of the New York "' ' giants, who beat out Wade for T' . fhpst valuable^, player, said, 1 - • -i kne%v we had the plays. I was •^'^ just worried about gettint; posses >I~',!:,'_ sjonjOf that-ball tqward the finish .; v w- But pur defense took it away from !'^" them- and that's all we needed.' '.",'''^nLenny Moore of the-Colt's set up ?i CilSufirst-West touchdown by rac i,. „ ^ing 37-yards to the one. Two plays '•'.*• later,- Colt fullback Alan Awieche '••"., iplunged over. :' ' V ' " ijLater dri the opening quarter "•:-«- Giffbrd's -22-yard pass to Gen« *•<! Schnelker of the Giants put tht '^ v ^"Bail f " t in position for 'Groza's firs - '"^ '25-yard field "goal. " i ., • ^fJu^t'before -the,v first quarte '•-/* endedr Gifford "passed 'to* 1 Gian .«t -. 'Alex Webster, who grabbed th ;,. I \ball on^fhe Westis ,17 arid, racei ''',.", .oytn^f or "the-score.' . *• ""\'''JSlThe lead 'changed again,,whe: - , li 3^ade directed the West 77 j-ard , ' - -inV .12- plays: The playoff was '" "* "' to Hugh McElhenny' of th Francisco 49ers., who wiggle "rds .to-'the j erid->».zone. The first cloth-flag was the invention of the Romans. It was thu vexilHim, or cavalry Hag, and consisted of a square banner attached to a crossbar at the end of n spear, Probably because of the resemblance of the shaft to a,cross, it/was used by the early,Chrls r tian missionaries, When St, Augustine and his. mon ( ks marched from Dover,to Canterbury to convert the-^Eng- ttsh they carried such bannej*. O Kncyot"i>«H» lirttatlfilca TCU Heads the SWt;Pbrker$ Are in Second By DON WEISS ky Associated Pr^ss Sports Writer Except /or the NCAA, ho one is stopping Aubttrn these days as I is football nncl ibttskclbal Heams -con* tlhue rolling up concurrent streaks unmatched in collegiate history. Plenty of footbnll loams have had longer unbeaten streaks,thnn Auburn's 24. A bundle oC basket- bailers have won more than 21 i(i a row, the current st»tus of 'Auburn's winning streak. But no one hnS ever dominated both major sports at the same time the way the Timers are now. The basketball Tigers, who bagged their 10th straight of the season 63-54 over Florida Saturday night, and St. Bonaventure (8-0) of Olean, N.Y.. are the only major unbertens in college basketball today. The Tigers haven''. lost since Alabam tripped them 83-G5 bout a year ago. ' The football Timers had a tin with Georgia Tech last fall but have whipped>nll 23 others they've met .since losing to Florida in their sixth game of the 1956 season. ' • Both, however,"have been shooting only for poll 'and conference recognition because the NCAA has tagged 'Auburn with probation through 1961 for football recruit- SHELL CAME-SHrevefHug." gins .-gets 'some sun at Cypress Gardens, Fla., whiling away'the, •balmy hours with-a new"typ« of shell jgapiiei . J _[ : _..'lj..l_,J But the East, led by Ittle Eddie LeBaron of Washington, bounced baclc for a touchdo\vn and-a 16-14, halftime lead. The East went'.74 yards with LeBaron passing the last seven to Gern Nagler of''the Chicago"" Cardinals. It was the fourth victory in the nine meetings for the East. ' , ( East led bjr,.litt)e Eddi " ' ~ ' ' - — Banker George Craig, 70, -,of Wadesb'oro, N. C., retired and started-growing pine-tree's. Says >the pine trees are'paying-off better than,,a-'bank. ' • *.. M ins irregularities. Swinging into another week of conference activity, here's the wav the. major races look: ( SEC — Auburn (3-0) on -top, with surprising Georgia (3-1) second after an 80-79 upset of Aln- bama last Saturday, Kentuckv, top-ranked nationally, is 2-1 with Mississippi State. Southwest — Texas Christian (30) the leader, with Arkansas and tied at 2-1. Atlantic Coast — National powr ers North Carolina State (5-0) and North Carolina (4-0) running one- two. Missouri Valley — Cincinnati '(30) leads second-place Bradley (21). Big Ten — Minnesota leading at 1-0 With five others, including co-favorites Northwestern and Michigan State, 'tied : at 2-1. Southern — West-Virginia (5-OV threatened by Virginia Tech (3-0) and William & Mary .(5-1). Big' Eight — Savored Kansas State tied with Kansas and Olahoma at 2-0. •ilvy League — 'Darthmouth and Skylne — Utah f2-0), challenged by Brgham Young (1-0). Rocky Mountan "— 'Perennial leader Idaho State ' locked .with Colorado State College at 2-0. Pacific Coast — California and Southern California both -3-1, Sta.- ford and UOLA' a half igame behind. Ohio Valley — East Tennessee (2-0); ••-••• , Mid-Am,ericari ' Kent State f2- ft^ ''A* -a,' ' I Illf , >Spring Hill at Henderson ' Coach Billy Mitchell's ''Spring, Mill senior boys lost to Caddo.dap 46*20 In the c|Uarlel-flnnlS f of the Henderson State Teachers'.Cojiege 'Invitational tournament Friday night, ftodney ThompkinS was high for the locals with 10 points.,'-,, < Saturday night, the Spring Hill baskateers journeyed to Stamps for Ihreo games, Terrell Towhsend hit for 16 and Bobby Thompklns.14 to pace the Spring Hill senior boys to a 82-61 victory, Vines ma'dTj 2C and Rogers 16 for Stamps,'* "'"" , Burke looped 25 points to lead the Stamps Senior gfrls In a'SO-SB'win. Llndu Galloway was high,, lor Spring Hill with 19. StampS; 5 'Htnidr boys Won their contest 30-ll. w " Emmet Girls,^ ArkadelphicL Win Tourney , . f r In the Emmet Junior tournament finals Saturday night ^the Arkadel- iphla boys decisioned 1 * the JBleVins boys 24 to 19 in a fairly close'c'cin- test. The Arkndelphla team;Mad Scored" more than,'"4(Hpomts.'|p'er game until they ' hit'g'the hustling Blevins-boys.jn the-finals. ^I_', THe ' Emmet's:girls''• had'•; little •trouble in* capturing' .the-' 1 title "with a 32 to 18 victory'over the'Fouke girls. ' . „•.' AOS MUST SI IN 0»ICI 6AY BtfORi PUBLICATION — PHQNI 7-343VFOR'-AD TAKER The Negro Community Either Htokt , Phon« 7-4678 or 7-4474 Funeral Directors For SaU Thought for the tlay , A'lie'always has n cdrtain a- •moiirtt Of ; iweight with .those who Wish to believe it — E. W. Rice. Calendar''of'*Events Thc/NMh'j&ihilal 4-H Club A. chievefrrlent BnriciUet will toe held tonight (Monday 1 ) Jan. 12 in the Yergei- High School lunchroom at 7!30 p.m. County winners, the outstanding leaders and honor clu'bs swill receive awards for their Work in the county, Guest speaker will toe M'rs. Janever Grigsby, Instructor in Hope Well Elementary School of Hope. The Homemakers and Farm organizations ot Hempstend'are'Spon- soring the banquet, according to County 'Agents, Miss Ford and C. •B. Smith. Saratoga • Ambulance Service Burial Association OARCREST FUNEfcAL HOME Dial Pft 7-2123 20-lm-c Female Help Wanted 2 WAITRESSES. Apply at fita- mond Cafe.. PR 74420. 30-tf OPPORTUNITY to procure Sallye Warmer Individualized Cosmetics Agency. No investment; no experience necessary for intelligent nnrbitious [Woman. Top commissions ,iWc 'train you. For further information contact Mrs. iBert MacCulloch, 5908 Mawthornc 'Road, Little Rock, Arkansas. 12-lie Male Help Wanted ALtJMlIWM screens, doors, storm Windows, weather • stripping, lrt» sulation, roofing, awning's, gut* tering, ornamental railing, Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone 7'5867. 9'tf- 3 SMALL tracts of land near town suitaible (or chicken farms. 80 acres timber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark.. See Ralph Saunders or Phone 7-4001. ifj-tt '51 OLDS four door. A-l Condition, New tires, radio and heater, $495 Will arrange financing. Call 7- 24B7. 2-tf 2 FRAME store buildings, 30x100. See Roy Foster nt Blevins. 7-Gtp BA|UE|3|M!AiNi to establish route. Car necessary, experienced man preferred.. See Mr. Nosacka at Toffgery Shop, 107 S. Main, Hope 12-3tp Hbpe Teams) At Saratoga Friday nightSthe Hope Senior boys went down^n,defeat to the Saratoga boys by a. 44 to 34 tally. James F. Stantorf-was high point for Saratoga wifh 16 arid David Watki'ns tallied 15 fotjthe Bobcats. J-y In the opening contest the Saratoga Junior varsity edgedjHe'Hope Jr. varsity 25-26 in, a close' one, Calhoun was high point;'for Hope with 9 while Web'b tossed''iri'7 for^Saratoga. The Saratoga girls also 'beat the Hope girls 52. to 46, / • Friday night-the'local.-Junior-, and Senior boys journey to Ci-ossctt where they^open conference'play with - the Eagles h in-game's; both Friday and Saturday. , ; > . i Quarterly Conference In Session The "First Quarterly Conference o£ the (Bethel AME Church opened Sunday; Jan 111 at 11 a.m. with the Rev. J. C. Crier, presiding elder of the Prescolt District, West 'Arkansas Conference ot the African (Methodist Episcopal Church delivering the sermon. (In the afternoon -at 3 p.rn. the district union service was held with the members of the District Union, Rev. Isiah Lewis, pastor of the Fulton Circuit Guest preacher for the service was Rev. Crier Jr., pastor of Whelen Springs and •son. of the. ipresidirig elder. The ibusiness session of the Quarter, will be held tonight at 7 o'clock with the presiding elder presiding, Wanted to Buy SEVERAL ideal building sites at Rocky Mound. J. H. Pickard. Phone 7-2950. 8-6tp WANT AD RATES -V- Ail Wont Ad's ire poyab'e''in''; 1 ' advance but ads will be accepted , over fhe telephone dnd arxomodd-. (Ion accounts allowed-with the un* ( . defstandihrj the account is payobl*. . when statement 14 rendered. Number 6f Words Up to 15 14 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 fo 35 36 to ,40 6ne Ddy .45 .60. ,75 .90 't.6<i 1.70 41 to 45 I 35 46 to 50 1.50 . Three Ddvs .90 1.20 1.60 l.fO 2,10 2 40 270 300 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2,50 300 3.50 4.00 4.50 5,00 MoWh 4.50 , 6.00 u, 7.50 V 12,00' 13,50 15,00' YOUNG 'Parakeets. Mi's.. Roy Mullins, Shovor Springs Koad.' 12-3tp 'DRY peas of all kinds. Hare's Church Conference Rev. J. S. Morgan, pastor of •Bethel AME Church is asking all members o'f the church to be present Thursday, Jan 15 at 7 p.rn MAIirlN Gl^SSIFIED AD ORDER The Quick and Inexpensive Way To Do Business INSTRUCTIONS: RMt'your Classified Ad.y/ords in Squares Below ' , , . one word;to.the square.. Put the number of days you want .' '' your'Ad't'o run in square at bottom.- Then figure your cost, EXAMPLE; 15 words runs 3 days .. 90c — 6 days .. 1.50 ! :ft; -NAME *<«*** i\- ADPRE55 fKar*' *'•• NQ PHONE Ad U To Run ti Moil Cash Money Qr^er Porkers Tcingle Coming and Going •Mrs. Fern Breacey and daughter, Wanda of Chicago nave' returned home after spending .the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Clyde Johnson, Mrs. Alice Furne of Chicago has returned home .a'ftcr visiting hei uncles, Luke IMuidrow and Clyde Johnson. With Aggies tonight at 8 Basketball .By WJHITEY Associated" Press .Staff" Writer Texas, Christian,/ dese.*p in 'talentf emerged undefeated frorn. v last week's Southwest Conference',play but faces a coujilp.'. of tough ones in>ttjis week's basketball. ' f "." The Christians.must-tackle Rico at 'Houston i tomorrow apd Texas Tech at Lubbock ,'Snturday ' -( nnd eith ( er could take the measure of the hisih-ttvine Horned, Frogs, TCU leads the confe'rence "standings with n 3,0 mark and the' sen- son with 10 arid, 2, "Texas AfoM is second in season standings with a 9-3 recoid. The Apcifis lost"~twn p^mos lost we'hfc. • .Aj-Unn'sfis ?and SMU ar n s^ond'in the oonfbrpnc^ race with 2-1 records. All the-rest ar« .1-2., • . Texas Phristinn Flammed Art kansas' 52-42 last ive^k to t n ke t)ii> league lond ns the pnlv undefoatpcj thf-n stovprj ihpfe will) pn R-78 victorv over Texsjs, • Southern Methodist tripped ' s 73-'i.'5, thnn crushed ft polrl s Terh 73-5 1 ) ArHnn^as In4 to "MI. thnn waHnned Rif-n 72-01. Pipe bent Tf^qs A*M 7fl-fi5. pfl'Bav]or P"-fln and Pnv« tho ^«<{ips 5(1^49 in other a Jpt of " sopOnH rjoints ^ Seed Store. 7-tf ROOE'RY store or service station or combination. Either in city or neighborhood location. Write Box K, c/b Hope Star. Hope, Ark. 12-6tp ONE counter and one floor show dasc, scale and cash register. Cheap Call 7-2847, 710 West 4th Street. 12-3tc Notice CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ' 1 time , SOd tier Inch •• 3 times «5c P«f Inch 6 times 5Sc pef Inch 1 Kates quoted abdve ore lot con secutlve .Inseftlons. [rregulor or,ski|; dote ads will-take the otic-day <fat«. All dally classified advertising copy Will be" accepted 'until' 5 'p.m. ' fjt puhflcation Ihe' (olldwinq day. • V^ ' The publisher reserves the'right to' revise or edit.pl 1 odvestlsemonts* of, fered, for publlration and to'reisct' •ony objectionable advertising " sub- rnlttet). • " , •'-'• ' Initials 'of one or mere •• letters, | groups df fiaurns, surh as house, or, telephone numbers cpunt as One w6ra,'' The 'H°P« Sfgr vyllLQPt bo jrespom , slble for errors in \Vant Ads unless errors . arc cnllnd to-' our- ottention after FIRST in^Ttion of od and then"" for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion; PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3,4^ Instruction DENTAL ASSISTANTS NEEDED We train women, ages 18-59, as Dental Assistants. Full or., sparertime training. High School Education not necessary. Enroll now for short, inexpensive -course. FREE employment service. EARN UP TO $12.00 A DAY For full information, without obligation,, write . . . SCHOOLS OF DENTAL NURSING .Box's c/o'Hope Star, Hope, Ark. '.'.'- ' ' ' 12-3tc WE Buy - W« Sell - W« RMt REAL ESTATE R, D. FRANKLIN COMPAWT A. P. Deloney, Manager, Howard Collier, 8»leiman .. IT-tt MOVING? Long Distance Call Collect 5M. Free EiUmatef. tx>w«r Rates. Have Vani — wm Travil PRESCOTT TRANSfEB Hope Star Star of Hope 1S9«; Prcsi If27 Consolidated January 18, 192» STORAGE-. CO. PRESCOTT. ARKANSAS U-tt BARHAM Brothers House Movers. Insured and free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Cale, Arkansas. 21-1 Mo. •I, Oscar Lee Criner, will not be responsible for debts made 'by anyone other than myself. 9-3tp Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. ~ Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Seey-Tret, at The Star Building •%' 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas , Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publish*! Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Oonal Parker, Advertising, Mgr. George W.' Hos'mcr, Mech. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office" at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of Mqrch 3, 1B97. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations 1,1 Here's How You Figure Your Total Cost.,. 6 Tim§ § 1-5Q ©nt Month 4.19 Tbo Foi-nprl FrpTS lpnt «'ifh tf Tl, ^I n vsnn sporfne Rnpnjo Stpvprison third firo>r>f> qpnrino '"ith 50, 'b'lt hpic} Tfirrhner to five "Ints pprri >}jp' > f"'t, Kfinnpth combined College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRES3 Majqr C°nferences Big 10 Mich State 97, Illinois 96 Indiana 76, Northwestern 69 Michigan 78, Ohio Stotp 74,' Purdue 84, Wisconsin 6^ Pacific Coast Southern Ca} 73. Wash Stntc 6 (otl UCLA 73, Oregon State 62 Stanford 51, Wnshingtan 49 California 64, Idpho 39 Big Eight Kansas, State 89, Colorado 58- Dklahomn 5C. Iowa Stnte 43 Kansas 69, Missouri 63 Nebraska 47, Okla State- 44 Ivy Dartmouth 77, Cornell 58 Penn 59, Yale 53 Princeton 66, Brown 44 Harvard 68, Columbia fi5 Missouri Valley Braflley 79, Nm-th Texas 58 St, Louis 75. Wichita 78 Tulsa' 59, Drako 49 Cincinnati 62, Houston 54 Atlantic coast N, C, State 67. iDuke 60 Olemson 55. Mnrvland ffl South Carolina 69. Virginia & Southeastern Kentucky 78, LSU PI Auburn 63, Florida 54 Vanderbtlt 7R. Mississippi 74 f Miss State 75, Georgia Tech 67 Ooorpin 80, Alabama 7!) Tulane 64, Tfinpssee 4? Skyllnp Utah 82, Utah Stnte 71 Erigham Youn? 'R?, Montana. 53 Mexico 59, Wyomcng se MOTEL • MANAGERS NEEDED Men, women, couples urgently heeded. High earnings. High School education not necessary. Short, inexpensive course. Spare time training. Free booklet. WRITE • . •MILLER INSTITUTE Giving address, occupation and telephone number Box S, c/o Hope Star, 1 Hope,. Ark. 12-3tc Wanted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office. AIRLINE YOUNG MEN AND BE SELECTED iLOOAiL a'gent to sell the famous White Cross plan issued by Bank', ers Life .and Casualty Co. Leads- furnished. Write P.O. Box 5550 Oil- Phone TE C-9343, Camcten, Ark, l-mo-a Services Offered SEVERAL, WOMEN IMMEDIATELY FOR TRAINING yOR- ATTRACTIVE, HIGH-SALARIED -POSITIONS AS AIRLINE ECRETARY, HOSTESS, RESER- VATIONIST; COMMUNICATION- ST, STATION AGENT, PASSEN- ER AGENT, TICKET AGENT, RECORDS. SHORT LOW-COST TRAINING CAN QUALIFY. Must be between 17^39, have a high school education and pleasing personality, Includes special train- ng in personal development for vornen, All inquiries confidential. Write, giving address and phone number "to; TRAINING DIVISION, NATIONAL SCHOOL OF AERONAUTICS. ACCREDITED BY NHSC, POX A, c/o HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARK, LET ui renovate your old mit. tress. We specialize In preasurl- zed Innerspring, . ' COBB MATTRESS SHOP JW West ith, Phone 7 : ! tVip «if)r|t. Tnm thp pi] h»r of lising str'r-nk rrshlwl the pnnference scorip? ad. wjtH ?fi, The s only thrpp, gannes nld. A {jrmhomorfl nswdl Clvde den lumped, out |S the man pf'tho ) trailed bv Miami o/ Ohio, the Yankee — Defending champ Sonnecticut (3-0)^ SQuthwest THg ' TCU . . Arkansas S.MU Conference WL Pet ptsOP • a o i.nno sin Texas Baylor 17R 170 1 .BB7 208 170 2 ,a^ ]04 gi' 2 .833 m 1ft 1 2 .333 W IS 1 189 jna 1 2 ,333 184 199 AH Qarnes . -Arkansas i Smoke? §ii$ti Te.J$as Hlce n 3 ,R«t fiin 7-i R 7 .417 743 75 a R ,R15 afl2 843 3 S .250 7NJ 777 9 3 .7^0 <7Rft fiq 5 7 ,417 724 72' 7 Q .S'8 PS8 7R 8 5 ,615 8JB8 81 fn rthe ppints ?»ninst pi"«. He in season scoring ylth 11 nrovirlnd r>n Q d (} I Pice RALPH Montgomery- Market, cut- torn slaughtering. We have meat tor your deep freeze, 8e« ui be- lore buying, • 17-tt Subscription kotos (poyable In odvan:a) By carrier In Hope and neighboring towns — ' • Per week , S .30 Per year |i«0 By mall In HempMead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month ,.., $ ••' Three moritht , ,,, l t 8S Six months ,•• 3.50 One year ,....,,,.„„* •.•"JL • All other mall — One month Thrt* monthi ............ Six* months ..... j.»: __._ T „....,'.',, ' 7M' On* year ,.„,,„ 15.60 ' Not'l Advcrtiilng teprcsentotiv": Arkansas Dallies, Inc., 1602* Sterick* Bldg. Memphis 2, Tiwi.; 505 Texas 1 ,, Bank Bldg., Dallas 1'. Texas; 360 'N ,r- Michigan Ave., Chlcooo 1, III.; 60 P, 42nd -St., New York IV, N. Y.! .1763 Penobscot Bldg., DeVoit 2, Mlch.bj Terminal Bldg,, Okluliomo City zT- Okla. . SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO, Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd. L. E. Booth, Phone PR J-8695, 5-14-U Mtmber of Th* Awaclotca' The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republicatlon of all the local news printed In, this newspaper, as well as all AP news dlspqtches, GOOD bargains, Buy, sell, trade or refinish your furniture at my shop, Paul Dudney, Washington, Arkansas, 23-1-m-c For Rent trailers, Byers Gulf Sep. vice, £all Day or Night 7'9955, 8-lmoc POWER Saw man for remova} of trees, stumps and etc, Fop free estimate call 7-4052. 30-J»mo-c WILL baby sit in your home or mine, Phone 7-4047. !'-3tq Business Opportunities 3 ROOM furnished apartment. 222 N, St. 9-3tc ^f 'W^^^f ^^r ^^N^^^F Q| pgjunar as printed MQW, h§« feeea John AWen KnighV§ s. Plan y°ur 4§ys so you will be flshjpg in good, territory pr hunting in good, gpyep 4urjng these times, W you, w'sh .to Iin4 the (Jay feas to The iNfgjor P§rio4? «re showij IB type. These begin at the shewn 8?l4 }8§t lor ai} how bill OP two, hours thereafter. The Minor periods, shown in regular Jype, grg of |omj?wh9t needs reliable man or woman to service and collect from new type cigarette disipcnsevs Up to $265.00 .per month possible for part time, $600,00 to $1,975,00 investment required, jf qualified, Write DialrA-Pack, P,O, Box 1052, Oklahoma City, Okla, lor loqal interview, giving phone numtoer and address, 1?H Real Estate for Sale Nice 5-room home on U city lots — close .in — city can* vpnjenpes — $UQ9 down an4 balance lil?e rent. 3-bcdj-Qom home on 2 acres IQ-, cated et the edge nf t«wn » Recently redpcorated — citjr cpnvgniences — good garment wojl fenced, List your property wjth us, UNITEP FARM AGiNCY Sam & Wjlma Medfor4 P. O. Box 394 Ph — PR Hope, tpin two nojnts. This we'-Ji's JVJY the P'*'Js from Jjous- »* fay- trying ft A. M. P-3 MJ&or MlJor l^inor Monday 8:}5 2;Qfl 8:30 g:|!S - " 9:QQ g:46 9:15 3:05 9:4Q 3;g5. 10:00 ?:5J 10:40 4:3_ft Jl:20 5;1Q low if ttn wly Thursday 10:?0 4:Q5 Friday 11:05 4:51? Saturday 11:50 5:3,5 Sunday 1?:05 §*?Q ~TJHTfA|Y"WAY" , Pi'jpy, QJfl?. W — Hsvold i §o}v,cd his gr^s« Jie h^s rigged up. power nspwer to a rope Uiat is tie4 al to Ujia u^risW, jpip.e- The nw\yer «% t fyts in pj.rc)#s ^nd 95 it jrevpjves thn sro.ua,d tos gj^s ttw rope •-'- w)y Smx - Choice of the Country A homo se), apart Ijy it§ pij i¥f apres of shady groyns), § jng rp,om, dining rftom, with pantry ancj buiJt-ln.s, 15' x g7' pjne paneled tjivhed garage, air c,pn,diti.0fl window units. Just abpwi pjjr t f(,ct ijx every way, Seated .04 U. S vw. Call us tox p«rtLc^i«4'S a^d. to, see this Igveiy hp FOSTER BEAUTY SPATES FLORIST 308 So, Spruce ,^ • PROMPT DELIVERY • Phone 7-2426 All Hours I ROACH - HUGHES INSURANCE AHto • Plr« • LIN A C«ivi«|ty , Ird, Hope, Ark. WANT10 TO BUY ' ~ ' * Pine Pulpwpop by TrMck 1,0*0 Cwt In WP<»<»S or HAROLD HENDRIX ' Pheni 'PR 7--4381 16th 4 LouUlana, HPP?, Ark, MATTHISSK «r M«4t Into Riy ltrv|«t Furnltyrt I Mtttrfii Ct ,1 117 f9. Ilm Ptlti 74111 Fum rgl Homt and @ur)al Ambulonct Stryict Air Phoni PR 7*5170 LOCAL MOVING and HAULING , Alia PACKINQ & gRATiNi • • t AfMtfarMAYFLQWU Mflf Diitonf e MflY«n Traiuftr Co,

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