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faga Pout HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Mdrtd.y, June U,194t CHECK TODAY'S WANT ADS For Used Cars, Furniture cKcl - TL ^ Spotlight Bargains, Food Treats and Houses For Sale WANT AD RATES All Wont Ads art poyob!» In odvance but ad will be occspfed over the telephone ond occsmodo- tlon accounts allowed with the understanding the account Is payabl* when statement l> rendered. :5 - Furniture & Appliances Number of Word* Up to 15 16 to 20 2) to 25 26 to 30 3) to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One Thrm Six On* Day Days Dayi Mo. .65 1.50 2.25 fi.50 .85 1.80 220 2.40 2.70 3.20 3.40 .00 1.10 1.30 1.50 1.60 Initials of one or more letters, group of figures as house or telephone numbers count as one word. 2.75 1.00 3.20 9.50 3.60 11.00 4.10 12.50 5.00 ,4.00 5.50 15.50 6.00 17.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY J Time .... 90c per Inch per doy 3 Times .... 75c-pcr Inch per day * Times .. . 65c per Inch per day STANDING CARD ADS $15.00 per inch per month Rates quoted above are for corv -ecutive insertions. Irregular or »klp Aite ads will take the one-day rote. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following doy. The publisher reserves the right to revise or edit all advertisements of fered for publication ond to reject any obiectionable advertising iub- mltted. The Hope Star will not be respon- llble for errors in Want Ads unless trrors ore called to our attention ofter FIRST insertion of ad ond then for ONLY the ONF Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 5 - Funeral Directors AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FU NERAL HOME, Dial 7-«771. M-tf Used And Repossessed Merchandise Celvinator Electric Range Ised only as emonsfraror 149.95 rand New 1960 model ton 115 V. Admiral k |R CONDITIONERS Only 2 left! 5 year varranty $174.50 ea. •jE Automatic Ironer, ike new $35.00 Piece DINETTE $32.00 One 3-Pc. French Provincial BEDROOM SUITE -ike new $97.50 2 Piece Living Room ">UITE ; $79.50 Plyhide *ECL!NER. '. $29.50 BAKER'S EASY PAY STORE 214 E. 2nd Dial 7-2723 5-20-tf 6 - Insurance OUTBOARD MOTOR & BOAT INSURANCE No Deductible Upto20h.p. .... 4Yz% 21 toSOh.p 5% Over 50 h.p 5Vz% With $25 Deductible Deduct 1% from figures listed above Rov Anderson Insurance Aaency Hope — Ph. 7-3481 5-2-tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and service, repairs on any make machine. Dial 7-6713. 11-30-tf ROACH INSURANCE AGENCY 108 East Third, Phone 7-4581 Insurance at a savings to policy holders. 1-25-tf |""*"« 1QCK-BOTTO*/ RATES Call: Bob Lewis MIlMIOTIIiWM* farm JSStfL--' 7-4335 \ m ll,ll^..,ijj. , Jt ->5f — <g 6-2-1-mo 24A - Fur Storage LADIES Specialty Shop 5-8-lmo 34 - Slaughtering Processing RALPH Montgomery Market, cu. tom slaughtering. Meat for you deep freeze. We buy cattle an hogs. 1 CUSTOM Slaughtering, Beef pork cut and wrapped for you deep freeze. Contact Barry Grocery, 7-4404. 7-29- WE ARE dressing poultry, proc essing beef and pork, for every one. Call MOORE BROS. 7-443 8-19- 47 - Repair Service FOR ROOF'repair, sheet rock work 01- general repair by tho job or hour dial 7-;>07l. N. R. Whittcn. 6-12-3tp 53 - Gardening NOTICE Top prices paid for persimmon awl gum timber. Contact Saylors, 2 miles north of Hope on Highway 29. 8-9-tf HEADQUARTERS FOR more and belter Daylilies. See thorn blooming. The Arthur Gray Flower Gnrdi'iis, Oxan. 54A - Tractor Work TRACTOR WORK: Plowing, disc ing, mowing, pasture clipping and general work. Sec Mike Snykcr, Hotel Snykcr, Dial 7- 372t. 5-29-lmop 58A - Pest Control 29 - Sewing Machines TERMITES? 73 - Wonted To Buy 93-Houses/ Unfurnished G Room house on Old Highway 67, north of Hope. Phone 7-3577 Mrs. .1. E. Schooley. 6-7-Btc 5 Room house on corner of Hazel and Hickory. Phone 7-3577, Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 6-7-6tc The Negro Community •athcr Hlofct PIMM 7-M7t «r 74474 Thought For the Day A patient, humble temper gathers blessings that are marrod by the peevish, and overlooked by Die aspiring, said it. — E. H. Chapin 94 - Apartments, Furnished Calendar of Events Nelson Hill Post No. 427 and . Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, Juno 13, at 8 p. m. at Hicks Funeral Home. C. G. Carmicheal, Post Commander; Mrs. Alice Holbert, Reporter. Call BRUCE TERMINIX Complete Pest Control Service HOPE BUILDERS SUPPLY Dial 7-2381 8-30-tf 67. — Barber Service NEW AND MODERN, Perry's Bnrher Shop at Perry's Truck Stop, Highway 67 East is now open. Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. every clay except Sunday. Delmer Pipkin, barber. 5-26-tf 34A-Locker Rentals Rent a FROZEN FOOD LOCKER • Low Rates • Convenient Location Hope Locker Plant 417 S. Main St. Dial 7-4281 6-6-lmoc IENT a new truck for moving furniture, etc. Local or long distance. All furniture pads, dollies and loading equipment furnished. AVIS Rent-A-Truck, at PERRY'S TRUCK STOP, Hwy. 67 East, Dial 7-9974. 3-2-tf 36A - Food FEATURING Toasted Hamburger Buns / with all the trimmings . . . ONLY 25c No extra charge f ycu desire MEAT. KING'S (Formerly King's Drive In) . 5-5-tf 40 - Livestock FOR SALE: Breeding bulls, stock cows, milch cows. We buy and sell all kinds livestock, Clauc Sutton, Ray Lawrence. Trading lot at residence on Rosston Rd 3-13-tf For Sale or Trade. 2 mules. Wil work anywhere. Call Marvin Powell, 7-3081, 6-9-3tp 44 - Dogs FOR SALE: Registered bird do pups, five months old. Tele phone 7-4510. 6-10-3tc 46-Services Of fered FOR PASTURE clipping call Lar ry Moore, 7-3853. Good tractor new bush hog and want to work 5-25-tf FURNISHED Apartment, also bedroom, with private entrances and private baths. 818 South Walnut St. Phone 75837. G-10-3tc FOR RENT: To couple. Throe room furnished cotlngc apart- went. All nswly donoralcd. 017 West Oth. Dial 7-4345. 6-12-3tc 99 - Real Estate 69 - Truck Rentals 81 - Female Help LADIES OF SHOVER SPRINGS Avon Cosmetics needs an attractive mature woman with car to handle our well known, guaranteed pro- duels in your community. Write Mrs. C. Johnson • District Manager P. 0. Box 944 Texsrkana G-12-3tc 90 - For Sale HOBBY and craft supplies — instruction — Make your own foam rubber purse, mosaics, plastic plants, flowers, Mrs. J. M. Walker, ¥2 mile from Blevins on the McCaskill Highway. 5-31-lmoc 320 acres of land. 80 acres open. 240 young pines. All in Lafayette County 5 miles north of Lewisville on Patmos Road. With or without mineral rights. Call MOhawk 4-1305, Little Rock or write H. H. Barlow, 7212 Apache Road, Little Rock. 6-7-6tp Gallon of Coke, Root Beer or Dr. Pepper, 75c. Container furnished Enough for 16 large glasses Ideal for picnic or large gath ering. KING'S West Third. 5-16-tf 47 - Repair Service Let us make your refrigerator, deep freeze and metal cabinets look like new with our modern spray paint process. Appliances need not be moved from home. Call Jim Cook, 7-3554, 6-6-etc 21 - Used Cars 21 - Used Cart USHKIIRVAIW 1957 FORD 4-door Country Sedan 8 cylinder, Fordomatic, radio, heater, air conditioned, city owned, can talk to previous owner $1195 1958 FORD 2-door Customline 300 6 cylinder, radio and beater, good solid car — 1956 FORD 4-door Fairlane 8 cylinder, radio and heater $595 1960 FALCON 4-door, radio, heater, air conditioned $1595 HOPE AUTO CO. W. Stcpnd Dial 7-2371 There's no "horseplay" going on here. Our mechanics are busy giving every customer personal specialized auto service. WYLIt GLASSi, SALVAGE iW< Modern five-room home, large rooms, garage, 1014 West Sixth. Only $750 cash, assume balance. Must sell. Three bedroom home, carport, only two years old, $700 cash needed, assume balance. Excellent condition. Priced slashed $1000.00 on modern seven room home, six lots, two baths, wall to wall carpeting. Excellent condition. Owner leaving Hope. Gotta go! LEONARD ELLIS Real Estate - Insurance - Loans 108 East Second Phone 7-2221 6-0-6tc Wednesday night,. June 14, is opening Park Night at City Park. Time, 7:30. The progrprn consists of Little League Baseball, Boxing, Games, a dance at the Youth Cwitcr. Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy themselves. IJoscoc Smith, Supervisor of Rec- roalion. The Miles Chapel Chorus of Marshall, Texas, will sing at the Church Hill C. M. E. Church Friday, June 16, at 7:30 p. m. The public is invited to attend. Rev. J. W. HtHchinson, Pastor; Mrs. Chat-lean Moore, Sponsor. 01 -Houses for Sole OR SALE: 6 room frame house to be moved off lot by buyer. Located at 220 North Ferguson Street. Sealed bids must be in by June 15. Will allow sixty days to move. Garrett Memorial Baptist Church, Hope, Ark. G-5-8tc 02 - Real Estate for Sale 'ewly painted 2 bedroom modern home. Can move. Call Grady Grain, 22G9 Rosston. G-6-6tp FRADE - TRADE . TRADE 1. If your present home is too large or too small — TRADE FOR ONE MORE SUITED TO YOUR NEEDS. 2. If you have a property bringing in annual income, like, a farm, and prefer monthly income — TRADE. 3. If you have timbered land that is harvested only once in 5 years or more and desire monthly income — TRADE. 4. What ever of value you have can be put up for trade — home, car, boat, furniture, et cetera — SO TRADE. WHY TRADE ? 1. You may need no cash to get what suits you better in another property. 2. You do not have to pay income taxes on trades if handled properly, where you may have to pay capital gains taxes on outright sales. 3. Trading in many cases permits you to own the kind of property you desire where otherwise you could not. CALL US FOR INFORMATION ON TRADING, AS MEMBERS OF INTERNATIONAL TRADING INSTITUTE FACILITIES ARE AVAILABLE TO MAKE TRADES THROUGH OUR FIRM ANYWHERE IN THE, UNITED STATES. FOSTER LAND & REALTY COMPANY 422 West Third Street Hope, Arkansas Phone PRosnect 7-4691 'HOPE'S ONLY REALTOR" 8-7-6tc Phillips-Johnson Marriage Solemnized in Evening Rite Miss Darlene Phillips of Hope, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lilton Phillips became the bride of Floyd Johnson of Wichita, Kaasas, son of Mrs. Ocie Johnson of Hope, on Wednesday, June 7, at 8. p. m. at Ihe home of the bridegroom's parents with the Rev, L. A. Laucl- ermilk officiating. The bride is a 1901 graduate of Yerger High School, and the groom is a 19GO graduate of 'the same school. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a beautiful street-length dress of white lace and taffeta. Her finger-tip veil of white net fell from a crown of seed pearls and her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls and small pearl earrings. She had the traditional, something old, new, borrowed and blue. On Thursday, June 8 at 8 p. m., a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table was laid with a handmade lace cloth with matching napkins. She wore a beautiful lilac dress with lilac accessories. Among the guests were sisters of the bride, Mrs. Helen Roland and daughter Beverly Ann, Mrs. Mildred Caldwell and Herbert Jones all of Hot Springs, Arkansas, and Author Taylor of Los Angeles, California. The couple will be at horpe in Wichita, Kansas, where Mr. Johnson is employed. in Racing By JOHN CHANDLER Associated Press Sports Writer Bowl of Flowers blew the $87,375 Mother Goose Stakes, duplicating .Carry Back's loss in the Belmont Stakes a week earlier, so the spotlight is smack on Kclso next Saturday in the $50,000- added Whitney Stakes at Belmont Park. Kclso is the 1060 "Horse of the Year"' and those who watched him come from out of the clouds on Memorial Day to win the $100,000 Metropolitan Handicap at Aqueduct by a last minute jet- job could never forget it. He boat the Cain Hoy Stable's All Hands by a whisker at the wire. Kelso must pack 130 pounds in the Whitney, same as for the Met mile, his eighth straight victory. Bowl of Flowers, I960 champion 2-year-old filly from the Brok- roeade Stable, was the 4-5 favorite in the Mother Goose Stakes, but Ogden Phipps' Funloving got home first in a stirring finish. The Mother Goose was the second of the triple crown for fillies. B.O.F. won the opener, the $50,000 Acorn Stakes May 20. The third in the series for fillies Is the $100,000 Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont June 24. Funloving ($9.90) had won the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes at Pimlico May : 19, skipping a chance and she stood off Bowl of Flowers in the Acorn. Bobby Ussery sent Funloving to the front at once and she stod off Bowl of Flowers' late charge to win by a head. She earned '$56,793. It was the fifth straight score for Funloving and the first loss for Bowl of Flowers after six consecutive victories. It was n big afternon for Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons, 86-year- old dean of American trainers. He sent Broadway, another filly owned by Phipps, to Delaware Park, and this 2-ycar-old half sister to Funloving romped off with the $24,150 Polly Drummond Stakes. Broadway, unbeaten in three starts, won the Polly Drummond by a length and three quarters from C. T. Chenery's Cicada, and paid $G. There,was another major upset on.the West Coast, where the Alberta Ranches' Four-and-Twenty finished seventh and last in the $32,700 Argonaut Stakes at Hollywood Park. Four-and-Twenty, who won the $100,000 Sant Anita Derby but ran out of .the money in the Kentucky Derby, was the heavy A Short Short Storv ALEXANDER WAS A COWBOY g by RUSS WINTER BOTH AM Not even the top bronc peeler of the old Bar 7 could ride Salty, a black mustang which a horse trader wanted to sell that after- non. Salty bfhaved as if he were on a diet of bedsprings whenever a man got on his back. Salty, bucked, twisted, spun, hunted clouds, sunfished and did all the fine tricks an unmanageable hoss can pull. "No sale," said the Bar 7 ramrod, who admired the beautiful critter and who would have given every penny he had to possess an animnl like Sally. "I'll buy him," said a meek voice. The ramrod turned to see the tendcrfol school teacher coming through the corral gate. The young man was dressed in store clothes and a derby hat. Guffaws came from the ranch hands at the thought of this greenhorn riding Salty. "Man, this hoss'll kill you," said the ramrod. Even the horse trader looked worried. He didn't want hospital bills added to his overhead. The horse trader hoped, fruitlessly that it was too late in the afternon for another try at riding Old Salty. But his eyes told him the sun was still high enough above the horizon for the school teacher to try—and to break his neck. It was yet a few hours before famdown. "I'm sure I can ride him," said the teacher. "Let me try." The ramrod decided this dude needed a lesson. "Go ahead," he said reluctantly. "But what makes you think you can fork this critter?" The greenhorn didn't give the ranch foreman an opportunity to change his mind. Before answering, the teacher sprang into the saddle. All hands held their breath am watched Old Salty. The horse didn't move. He was waiting for the right moment, no doubt. "Hold on," said the trader. I'm curious too. Why do you think you can make thai hoss behave when nobody else can?" "He's standing still now, isn't (Ml it KU, tab favorite in the race won by an outsider, Verne H. Winchell, Jr.'s Mr. America. Jack Hogan's Oink ($7.40) won the $27,BOO Citation Handicap at Washington Park by a length over Mrs. V. E. Smith's Bass Clef. Jockey Johnny Sellers, who won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness with Carry Backk.rode Oink and wound up the afternoon with five winners. Miss Lambert won the right to represent the state when she was crowned Arkansas Poultry Princess Saturday night. She defeated IB other finalists for the title Jessie Lynn Galloway, 20, of Pine Bluff was first runnerup and sec ond runnerup was Ann Henr Shaw, 19, of Little Rock. I/ -. ^ behaved as if lie wem f •• a diet of bedspriog* | he?" said the teacher to his crit- | ic. 'That don't answer the question," replied the trader. "Old Sally's makin' up his mind what to do. When yo u try to turn him around'the corral, like the rest of us did, he'll show you a thing or two;'* The'man on the horse shoolUiis head. w "Old Salty is bothered by the same thing that made Bucephalus unruly," said the teacher. ''Who's Bucc-whatzis?" asked the ramrod. ''That was the name of the horse belonging to Alexander the Great, in case you haven't read Plutarch." "What outfit is Alexander ridin* with?" asked the trader. He fad other horses hard to ride. "Even if you don't know what bothered Bucephalus, which is what bothered Old Salty, you should have been observant enough to figure it out," said the school teacher. After speaking, he turned the horse westward, toward the corral gatq, talking softly to the suspicious mount. Then he kickedgtne stirrups gently and rode theTfni- nial through the gate, out toward the setting sun. "What bothered Old Salty?" asked the ramrod. The schoolmaster turned. "Plutarch," he said, "said that Alexander noted that Bucephalus was frightened by his shadow. By riding into the sun, Alexander managed his horse. I've done the same thing with Old Salty." fi THE END Barons Down Travelers in Southern By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Could it be that Shreveport and Atlanta have adopted the Milwaukee method of hiting home runs and losing ball games? Some evidence gleaned from the Southern Association Sunday program seems to bear it out. Bill Kern, Bob Flynn and Tony Frulio homered for Shreveport and accounted for four runs, but Macon won the game 8-4 without finding the home run range. > Gene Wallace, recalled by Ornaha anl playing his last game for Atlanta, homered twice and in filder Bob Hartsfield hit for the circuit, but Nashville, as homer- less as Macon, won 6-5 and gained 3 split of the doubleheader. Atlanta won the opener 7-5, and in that one home runs by Mike Brumley and Jim Williams made the difference. Cjiattanoga maintained its three-game league lead by blanking Mobile 2-0 behind Jake Striker while second-place Birmingham was -downing the Little Rock Travelers. 6-3. Dick Egan, Birmingham's new left - hander, put down a Little Rock uprising in the eighth inning after reliever Jerry Lock had poured new fuel on the fire by issuing a walk and yeilding a two-run double to Dave Nicholson in a futile effort to rescue Baron starter AI Koch. , Thanks to $g£in's ;:save, Koch posted his sixth victory in 10 decisions. Norm Manning drove in three runs for Birmingham with a double and a single. Situated on larqe shady lot fronting on West 16th Street, 4 blocks from High School and Junior High. For Sale, practically new 3 bedroom home with aluminum siding and twenty year roof. This home features the lowest maintenance cost possible and fully insulated with lowest utility costs. Buy owners' equity with small down payment and pay balance like rent. Many other good buys in homes. Call us before you buy or sell. FOSTER LAND & REALTY COMPANY 422 West Third Street Hope, Arkansas Phone PRospect 7-4691 'HOPE'S ONLY REALTOR" 6-7-6tc El Dorado Girl Is Poultry Queen LITTLE ROCK (AP) -A 20- year-old El Dorado beaty, Mickey Lambert will present Arkansas in the Miss Universe pageant at Miami Beach, Fla., July 7-16. OUBMCISTOIIS KXAR KOLUMN If You Moke Your Living In Timber Then The Timber Report Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 6:10 A. M.. Will Be Helpful to You as Local Wood Users Inform You of Their Needs of Week. POULAN CHAIN SAWS ' .--A v- •• ' ' • • and HAIRR& LINGO SAW CO. Sponsor This Informative Program Little League Highlights With MAC McLARTY Will Be Heard Saturdays 8:30 A. M. KINGS JAMES GAINES USED CARS WINEMILLER'S GROCERY WEST AVENUE "B" Will Be Hosts . . . Special Prizes For Little Leaguers Hole In One Worth $30 In Pro Shop This Week The News Is Local.",, The Events Are Lively,,, The Music Is Lovely On X IV"