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Us KKMAKE YOUroLD inafi i-i-sH and make them like Vrill pick ,, p anc i { | e n ver in •'""I out of town. Write or call Phone :M-.I-2. Bright Bros. Co. Hope, Ark. Rl 2 OR KPJNT, COMPLETE .is for a ,'i room aparl- bee Tom Carrel. ]-()(. THKKK ROOM FURNrSFIED A- iwrtmcnt for light housekeeping --<"»'•• Store. Phone Schooley. 2-(f Real Estate for Sale C!. n. TYLER, FOR F.H.A~ Loans to purchase or repair vour home. Office II!) Cotton How." 2-Ht MODKHN POUR ROOM "~HOUSE near grade school. Shown by appointment only. Phone 452.' 1408 South main. 2-31 . OM HOUSE WITH Oak and Foster Ave. Immediate possession. 100 ACRFS NEAR SHOVER .Springs. Two (i room homes and two good barns. Lights available. F.xira good farm. $4500. MODERN ti ROOM miles out on hiway. Hi ley Lewallen. , r )-;u t t !i&M3& *' t ' * '" i 1 . " -' i '- 1 s MOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Tuesday, March ;5 By Chick Young ftia*Xf*i*™-**~*. ^ r -f-f1^---«gter;-i HC-RANOUTO>XZ THE ROOM.COUI.D) BE GOING AFTER C WATER TO PUT THE FIRE OUT, AND HE COULD BE COMING OUT THE DOOR. Shorty was out C6ld. I !:iiU NOW, WEMEMBE!? ITS ALWAYS POLITE TO TAKE THE SMALLEST PIECE RDC? VOUS?SELF . flattened myself against the house and waited. the big g to come through the window, but he I THINK ITS MORE IMPORTANT FOR A LAD) TO BE POLITE.' P«lcc Day Before Publication Over the < St. word, minimum 75e 18c word, minimum $1.70 , THE QUICKER YOU SELL" scjuandeied a couple of seconds sawing at ihe rope around niy wrist. nusiNKSswOMAN TO l nd servo breakfast and ; inoal. Mrs. W. G. Alii- NOW i MUST \ IN A MOMENT, EVA. 6L\P BA^iV THSOUOKWOU SAV ME KCEP5 THE .WINDOW I MRS.BLEEKEL^KEP UN10CKEP. BEFORE / IN A BOOM ON THE HE MISSES ME. ^ THIED FLOOE ? J *fts OR - - m VV^THILE- IMSIDE VV ves.rve HIM TF.U iViK, H£'P KILL HEB IP ANYONE TO CAPTURE HIM! 'l'IA AFRAIP I HAVE 5(5MB I VERV PAP NEWS, MY WE WO.VT HI.Vi A CHMCI5 IF YOU FOLLOW AW IlJKAL FURNITURE STOKE I VCfXI l-"^V I IV- » I *"* t I *» I PEARMRS. SLEEKE! "^^ , i— ' Hlllll .STUDKMAKKiV; IJ(I furniture and 476. TO LAST MlNUfE PfcTAIL* ttC GETriNG AWAY Side Glances HE'D NEVT:R LEAV"= HER HERE- ALIVS IF Hr'5 ALLOWED By Galbraith JNCOMK TAX SERVICE, IF YOU have income tax troubles. I will J'' I! ad to help you. Do it now, 'void (he rush in the last days Uiarges reasonable. J. W. Strick- J ;u!tl - 1-24-7W u:.'i. MODKL SINGKJ motor and QUESTIONS THE FRIGHTENED GiEL.. LEftENS JULSI2 PUNS TONI5HT *$z&^j^^-.^.^ HAVE pianos f4«od <"m as Credit £ GOT TO VO SOMETHING FOR BLINKIE, ...HE'5 HURT/ YEAH, NASTV BL'\\n BUT HE'LL PULL "HSOL'fiH WE PO\"T FLY OUT o- HERE, ...THAT'S THE E,MP / BE5ISNIN& TO OP OUR PLAN!:/ I'iano Co. l!!(i Ark. MAHTIIA WASHINGTON COAI. O!{ wood hoaloi-. S2-.. Sandy h, n( l ll' breaking plov :>nd baled hay ;U1I | „,.,,. <•„;, 11. Mansfield. 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OSCAR AND' WIMPy ARE CUTTINO THE GIANT'S HAIR I'ISi.N.ilif. Jr.'? _ Kt L r - " *• P*T : o7r7~s / t' 1 IT'S GETTING A LITTLE r THICK/ ON TOP, v. SIC >t'?Wt, ^J OKAY I WILL FORGET HOW FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. j i ' "~"^-"=-' Mw STRONG VOL.) (B\Q HE is ^"^v-^ ^ 7~T-7*<~Tsz?T For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J Out Our Way By J. R.Willia ms ( MS?LIW ; THIS IS SOME OF YOUR ^ ' I VII F ri-llr/5llFPV/ II IC-r cnra S Our Boarding House With Major Hoople BEW if, CHICAWERY/ JUST We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING CO/.HEAD, MORG4KM/>—' COMPLETE REAP THAT "" Dll CTIOI-IS IF NOBODY V war's TH' COMES TO MV \ PIFF ? THEIV, RELIEF WHILE WOT POM'T I'M LOADIN; / COME A-TALU THEM ALL I \ K1MOCK. VOL) WAWT 'EM TO \ DOWM WIT' DO IS OPEM TH' k TH' POOR-.' CAR. WHY M T YOU HOLLERS LEMNAE RELIEVE VOU OF SOME OF IT THAT I'LL-// LOOK , SPORT, V-lE 1 Re FAMILIAR. V-HTH TrA£ FORMULA AW SEE IF YOU KIM ATOMIC ENERGY/ BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark W MOSTR.ILS. N} THIS SPECIES OP WILD VOU CAGE ? ^ > EA.SY, SO &0 / / M/Myci. FACES ••'•>' { SOMEPLftCE TO A CHEESS EMBEZZLER! ':l> : ;\ L -L, /'^N " #^l°V-£r\-fc'J il^NQSt TWO,ij<)^ M^ALF LJ'-i-BARREL LENGTHS — ILL TO TriOoe RNS5 LEFTf / ', ^M^^Xt&i* LEFTT WAS IRfirt' tO FIND OUT HOW FAol M ICE b .' \s)E CA^ NEVJ COOK'S PET MOOSE HOPfe StA R, H 0 P E, ARKANSAS Fair Enough By Westbrook Peglcr Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. I 1 or some time I have wondered idly whether it is true thai all cowboys, or, anyway, must of them sing sad songs through their noses and play Ihe guitar as the radio programs would have us believe and if so why. Factory workers do not sing, except occasionally and on their own time, newspaper people almost never sing over Iheir work about their 1 dear departed mothers or gals who went down Io the tavern and drank numerous, cans of beer wilh ornate strangers j here la: I plunk a trable and a lawyer who should lew bars of Heel River valley .-ind start howling plaintively to the jury would be severely reprimanded ny the .nidge, Early in my sport-writing days we had a quartette of baseball writers' with the big Yankee club tinder Miller Huggins who often sand "Down by the Old Mill Stream Mother, Four Distance Races on Card atOaklawn IIol Springs, March "i —</Tl— Fnur sj>:-HirioiiH sprinls and four distance i aces, all exfopi two clasnes lor rriiiidcMi Uiree-year-okls under allowance conditions, made up (.no p.ijjiram at OaRiiiwii ) J am luduy. Jiio mile-aiHi-Yii-yaiil sevfiun 1 race, in winch nix seasoned .sprinter.'; wcri; Hi c:nmpoir> ior a $1,2UO purse, «ot top billing. liMieiiii'il bv.- a conditioning nice .jvtr i IK.- spijnt disianci; lasi WI-OK and oriiciTd lij'hl at 105 pounds, JF. and H. Mavifihano'.s IfncKwood L.UU w.is ex pot-leu 10 no postward a stniny Javoritc. .S. i. Crow's seven-yofir;old Dia- •olunian. winer ol four races Ia;-.i hill and third to impene- in his first 1!MU cf- CARNSVAL Seven By Dick Turner toi-!, Kharcrl lop wc.'iKht of fill pounds with U. C. Wilhelm's Gourmet, who indicated his iitnoss by Sfoi-irif; in his first ouliiijj iiere last \voek. Umers in the .small field were iJonna ay Stable's Letter V, Knie.'^' and Kail's Curyclon cm'd H. --•' — — ».n,J. Lai.o:;i.e'.s tirenoille, all of whom i?" n» " l Sodc Your I have had Iho benefit of one race it s Mean, with comical during Ihe cm-rent meeting. took place on the trains and in -was to' make hi's'season debut 'in Hotel rooms, after work and siiif-Uhc sixth race, a mile and a six- nig was not identified with the ' tec-nth tc.st in which six horses we're trade, borne of the best didn't sing j to rnalch strides. Brown Male and al ""'• Barnacle also were expected to bo among the contenders. Siekieloy, C). Kiee : .s five-year-old . . Gem W. third. Sicklcloy, ridden by , Paul Kepc-r, was- imuHi in'iruH ; ami jvani ;^:i 20 svaignt But cowboys, by tradition arr- singers and 1 believe lhat in actual practice they do sins and carry i campa, finer, won "The" featured fifth on sentimentally and reveal a i race yesterday, nis second slraiplit strangely mournful nature that ! ti ium)>l).' T(,piiard \va.s see—rl ' seems to be an occupational trait."" A young'cowhand who was injured quite badly in a rodeo near'Tuc- Ihe other afternoon .-.aid a mutual "fiend said he was practicing hard because he had applied fur a'job on a dude ranch which offered supei io Jay and social opportunities but had been turned down because, although he could sing well enough, play his own accom- jj»6 BY HEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. Dec. U. S. PAT. n nltondnnco wa mulucls '""die 4,000 lotal- BT'OWN STRIPE SIIAEFFEf! Lifetime fountain pen with initial (j.A.i... on gold uarid. Lost in down town business section •Return to Davis Studio for reward. 5.31 Bids Sent Top Quintets for NCAA Meet . -.- - -•• • -(/T")— Basketball turned to the post season Uiurnamenls today after crowninE* but two of the conference cluurf- pions. Bids already have been ex- lendt'd to many of the top quintets for appearances in Ihe national invitational and NCAA champion- Mm;s. ' Ten schools have accepted invitations, six to the invitational louinimient at Madison Square Garden, starting March 21 and one to the western NCAA at Kansas City March 22. Kentucky, Munlcnb e r g, St John's of Brooklyn, Bowling Green West Virginia and Syracuse have accepted bids to the invitational I with two teams still to be named 'It was expected that Arizona, border conlerencc champions, will become Iho .seventh entry wilh the other choice probably comim; from the south. For some unexplained reason. Do Paul, last year's invitational champs, has been bypassed despite this season's 17-5 record against tough competition. New York's University once beaten aggregation, generally rated the top team in the nation, will represent district two in the eastern half of the NCAA. Harvard has accepted the bid to contend for district one and Ohio State will compete for district four. No district three selection has been made as yet. with Duke, southern con- lerence champs, North Carolina and Louisiana Stale regarded as Ihe leading contenders. Only Baylor of district six has been named for the western half oi the NCAA championships. My inquiries led to general discussion of occupational singing hi the course of which it was recalled that sailors used to sing chanteys for unison at certain duties and that the Negro roustabouts on the Mississippi and boa (men on the Volga also sing, or did. Parenthetically, 1 may say. that our communists have taken a .sly advantage of this peculiarity ami. in a very nice rendition of an old song called "The Santa Fe Trail " released for the .Hike trade, of which cowboys form a consider- lable part in the southwest, have needled in a stanx.e in which Ihe downtrodden cowhand is exhorted to tell the foreman to go to hell and to strike for higher wages, vacations with pay, course dierr, in stead of chuck ad nice cottages around the ranch-house for their wives and children. This hen-sav for the original lyrics, in any of Ihe many versions, gave no thought to such refinements which obviously would rob the calling of its old, picturesque ruggcdncss. My authorities, who had never By JOE REICHLER i New York. March 5 — M 1 )— Big league baseball bosses were being j besieged today by the biggest hold- lout b.-igaclc that ever clamored for more, money. i With every major league training camp officially launched and the deadline reached for all hands to be picsem and accounted i'or, an i Associated Press poll revealed to- iday lhat at least -15 players were jslill outside Ihe fold. And thai docs jiiot include those who bolted to the i Mexican professional league. ! Wilh the exception of the Boston | Red Sox and the Cincinnati Reds, every club is represented in the , "we want more dough" club, with I Ihe Brooklyn Dodgers "boasting" ul players- in the select circle. j riic most prominent of the unsigned group include the Dodgers' i Dixie Walker and Pete Reiser, the (Si. Louis Cardinals' Marty Marion and Whitey Kurowski. the Browns' Slephcn.s and Dick Sicbert, Frank Hayes and the - Yankees' Ernie Bonham. . Oilier of perhaps lesser quality include the following: National League — Boston, out- lieklers Chuck Workman and 1-Julch Nienian, infieldcr Ted Ceis- lak and pitchers Jim Trexler and Charlie Co/art; Brooklyn, pitchers Ralph Branca, Cy Buker, Art Herring, Choi Kehn and Jo eHntten ;md infielders boiling, Ed ... , ; Basiiiski and Leiiihton Kim. S? V w,, U rt 'IV 10 '"' 1 C '' y Ol ' lhc era I ball: Chicago', outfielder Ha TV of wonderful nonsense now ideuli- |Lowrey; New York, pitcher Adrian lied wilh social life in the expen- l"-i-,i : , and outfielders Clu rlie swe salons rather than with the Mead and Jesse Pike- Philadel- lougn drinking halls ol the Arizona pnia, pitcher Johnny Humnhries frontier. •>.>.! ;.,r;,. 1.1.... ^.... ,, ,''..!;."- Sl "Now here's whal I like to see! A ffood, conservative, old- line party member! All he wants is nasturtium seeds!" This Curious World By William Ferguson studied the subject called on examination, along and hi-yipncc motives ,,, ,,„.cowboy song-books are more or less . re-IVein that the git-[Cleveland's itivcs in the 'New York formalized versions of the wurus and sounds lhat the cowboy dresses to the kine as M" rli-i--"- them over the desert, raising his voice in a high sing-song which has been set to music. It seems probable thai some cattleman coin m New York to tear up money after good year during prohibition, let J.ly a genuine whoopee in the late Texas Guinan's spvakeasv FIRST , CULTIVATED •APPL€ OF THE NEW WORLD WERE IM A/OVA &COT/A / ALTHOU&H VARIOUS WILD CRAB-APPLES HAD BEEN USED BY THE INDIANS, THE FIRST DOMESTIC. PLANTINGS CAME FROM STOCK BROUGHT TO AC ADI A FROM My authorities, thinking upon and inl'ielder Kov BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hem- stilchinj; and make button holes,. Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines. C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R Wonted! POLES All Dimensions — 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week MARTIN PATMOS, ARK. are inclined to believe, to,' thai i catcher the sad songs about cowboys'" 1 ' -'• mothers and faithless little wantons who promised trues and over- -- ...... Hughes: "Pilts- Pilcher Max Butcher riill Salkcld and infieklors Pete Co.scarart. ALL HOOFED AN/MALS" WALK OM THEIR T. M. RCG. U. S. PAT. OFF 3-5 U/HERE'S ELMER ANSWER :-Emporia, Kansas. ROUNDUP Ntnv vou'vc lasting live ajid -then ran off with various gamblers, actors and traveling salesmen, were composed informally in Ihe lonely hours as the cowboys sain; to the slock to soothe them against myseri'-ms alarms of the night. They probably were lonesome and expressing their melancholy regrets al having drunk fiery potions contrary io their mothers' earnest teachings or their longing Io be back courting with mandolin music. It would be false (o deny that cowboys are picurcsque, even in their own country and among themselves. They do sirut. whether in faded levis, their overalls of peculiar cut and tight, skinny fit which are practically the regulation working uniform of their trade, so-called because they are manufactured by the firm of Lovi Strauss, and very hard to get these last Jew years of shortage, or in their garish dress effects worn in the rodeos and on high social evenings. Most of them are good riders, proud of a specialty that awes others and of their daring which lays up many a one and lays some of them low every year in competitions for prize-money. For thai matter, the circus of rodoe phase ol cowboy horsemanship has become a serious embarrassment to the rancher because, with the dude- ranch business, it draws so many of the best hands away I'.om the cattle business. My friend who was thrown, stomped and injured w;:s not an unusual case and there generally a dozen patients in Tucson hospitals injured in horse accidents, although most of them are dudes, including women, who March .---... ^. . vn. v «».-n. tu cu i. • ^"-< * *- i-«v:u-ii reading reports from American League— Chicago out-I the south, you probably think that tie dei- (..one Nance; Cleveland, jn- 1 baseball prep school the Dodgers fielder Mickey Hocco, pitcher Am- ' ' . _ . . By Buck S. FoQertra. Jr. —(/P)— If'Spike probably some hit them Argentina is bro.-:p Paiica and outfielder Slan . Detroit, infielders Ed-! '.lie Lake and Bobby Maier New , \ork. outfielder Tuck Slainback i and infieldcr Joe Buzas; Philadelphia, outfielders Frank Demarce Hal Peck and Gene Hanclley; and pitcher Phil Marchildon; Washington, outiielder Stan Spenco. BonihiH Postpones Coaching Clinic Unfril August 15-17 Fnye.ttoville, March 4 — (IK— John Isainhill, University of Arkansas football mentor, announced today that the coaching clinic scheduled here for March H-1G would be held instead August lfi-17. Barnhill announced the change have been running at Sanford, Fla., is the biggest thing of its kind thai ever took place. .. II ain't so. . . The biggest training camp, says Ernie Lanigan, was run by the Cards at Danville, 111., in 1929 when 21,'! aspiring ball players were gathered at one lime. . . It was at Dan- .villo that Roy Seahlk played six games on one day when he dropped in for a tryout and was given the heave-ho that same night. . In 1923 when Syracuse, Ihe first international league club to train in Florida, hooked up wilh lhc Cardinals and a few other clubs at Bradcn- ton. Fla., there wasn't room in the hotels for all the players. . . A lol of them were "farmed out" around town and given a $2;"> a week subsistence allowance. . . They did so well on that that some refused to return to Ihe holds later, even when they were cut to $17.50. One-Minute Sports Page Spike Dixon. Marquette U. Irani- college ' bas- and record of his best free-thrower . . . When he analyzes the figures, can't ride well or get careless. V\e had our rodeo festival in Tucson recently w ilh the first nig street parade since Pearl Harbor and it was a beautiful sight 1 he little, strutting school girsl in Iheir high while boots and shorts • , ,. flourishing batons, the floats (lie ln l jlllns before he left on a state amateur bands, and the c-aiviriso- ' lul "' w ' licl1 wi " lillu - llim to .lones- ned cowboys combined in a snec-!, " n , 1 l ," 1 ', 1llL ' el;lss A hi '" h sdmol . V .• basketball tournament beginning Thursday .Gene Lambert, univer- will prove that and some don't. . . the 20th nation to become affiliated wilh the "globall" program of the national baseball congress, including seven Central and South American republics. . . Army and Navy will combine their outdoor dual track meet with the 1. C. 4-A champions at Annapolis in May. Like to have headache concession for scorers?. . . Race Secretary Hank Thompson of the Delaware, O., trotting track reports he already has orders from all over the country for seats for the "Little Brown Jug." In September. . . What does he put in that jug, anyway? Cleaning the Cuff Biff Jones, Army Athletic director, is planning an Oklahoma reunion next fall when the Sooners play football at West Point. Biff, an old Oklahoma!!, figures the world series-football combination will bring plenty of them here. . . . Expense item: To arrange a working agreement with the Chanute, Kans., club of the Class "D" Kom League, _Boss Fido Murphy of the , . ..,_,.. u as- uv-u£i-n_-, jjv.is;> i- juu ivjiu^jii.y \n me ketbal! coach to senri in the name Topoka Owls had to pay $1,000. buy i-cr the Chanute uniforms and supply 13 lade pic-ceding the contes't of champions for the prize money may mil have excelled the beauty D| some fiestas of other kinds but was the pure American scene. war was over and hern was America again. Ird by a band playing that strange, graceful little dance of the southwest, "Put Your Little Fool." sily basketball coach and other members of the Arkansas athletic staff also .plan to attend the cage tourney. Barnhill said the revised dates for the coaching clinic would give -. all scholastic mentors an opporlun- j ity to attend. 1 players and a manager — whom ho pays. . . The deal may be a good one, at that, because Topcka controls all the players. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co. Phone 370 Hope, Ark. MON Easy Terms..... Home Institution See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association Service - Quality Variety We have a most complete line of Field & Garden Seeds, Insecticides and Inoculations. AGENTS FOR Funks G Hybrid Corns Dodge Famous Onion Plant? Willhire Melon Seeds Germaco Hot Caps Sinker's Delinred Cotton Seeds Triple Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedeza, Alfalfa Soy Beans and field grown Cabbage Plants! We Appreciate Your Business MONTS SEED STORE The Leading Seed Store Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEAHDEN J. W. (SON) JONES For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCOHKLE SWELL A. BURKE High Scores in Most Al! AAA Games Little Rock, March 5 — (/P)— Thus 'ar an orgy of high-scores and ridi-' culously lop-sided games, thff Arkansas Amateur Athletic Union nen's basketball tournament goes nto the second round here tonight, villi most ,of the favored quintets still in the swim. Sixteen teams will pitch at the noshes tonight for berths in tomorrow night's quarterfinals. With forward Johnny Logan dropping in 23 points, the Crimp Robinson all-stars fully lived up to ore-tourney expectations as lop itle choices by overwhelming the Ouachita Independents, 72 to 27. But it was another service team, the Camp Chaffee Personnel .Cener, which piled up the largest joint total in the first round. Tlie ^haffemcn rolled over England, an independent entry, 91 to 37 in the final game on last night's card. .• All of the collegiate favorites — Arkansas State Teachers, Arkansas Tech, Ouachita and Hendrix, he later with' a bye — also -advanced to v the second round. Little Rock's American legion, upset 48-40 by the Fort Smith 3oys' Club in the • masterpiece of he first round, was the only favo- •ite which failed to make the ;rade. Tonight's pamos: Arkansas State Teachers vs. Lit:lo HOCK Junior College. University Medical School vs. Arcansas Tech. Henderson College vs. Hondrix. Harding College vs. Ouachita. Fort Smith vs. 78th Regiment, jD v "n Robinson. Little Rock Morgan Insurance r s. Camp Chaffee. Lewisville-Garland Prides vs. El Paso. ' • • . Strawberry vs. Camp Robinson AllrSlars. . First Round Restilts yesterday and last night: El Paso won over Phi Alpha Ka'pna of Fayettevillc by forfeit. Arkansas State Teachers 6(1; Lcnchville 22. Camp Robinson All-Stars 72; Ouachita Independents 27. Lewisville-Garland 55; Plummer- ville 30. Strawberry 54; Hot Springs Army-Navy Hospital 36. Arkansas Tech 38; Judsonia 21. John Bornhrll Speaker at Banquet John Barnhill, new head coach at the University of Arkansas, was guest of honor and principal speaker at the Southwest Arkansas football fans banquet at the Barlow Hotel last night. Coarh Barnhil! pave an interesting talk on the University of Ar- Kansas athlfiuc program (Jhism Reed, president of the Arkansas Uazorbfick Club, Gene Golf, state ^•onsurer of the club, and George Cole assistant coach at the Uni- vers/ty made short talks. The Incnl coaches D'Mv ?""•' f*i. left and (he Hope senior football players were guest. - ujl 01 u,w/i -joachcs attending were; Les Bradey of Nashville, Weldon Turver of Emmet, and Ed Sherman of Gurdon. Henderson 85; Midway 29 H 70 ™ S e ^ ime o n « t ' Car "P 8: McGehce 20. Fort Smith Boys' Club 48; Li{tle Hofck American Legion ' 46. Ouachita College 8G; Clinton 3u. Camp Chaffee 91; England 37. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOB TRY Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new and new beds made too— We Call for and Deliver Anywhere One day service in town— Bargains in Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Hazel A Complete Line of .... CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS Put on by an Expert . . . R. N. Putman Washing & Greasing An Expert Mechanic ANTHONY SERVICE STATION Phone 1106 Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J DR. H.T. SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light FIxturet Hope Appliance Co, I 214 East Srd 8t PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliance* SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 218 8. Main Don't Forget Him Now! V Your Red Cross stayed at the side of your fighting /nan during the war years. V Now he's home again ... in a hospital, or as a veteran, your Red Cross will help him until the need no longer exists. YOUR Red Cross MUST CARRY ON GIVE! Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. Hats Cleaned and Rebuilf tKe factory Way. HALL'S HAT SHOP East 2nd St. , Phone 7« Alterations Prested While You Walt Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Loe 7 s Tourist Cafe-Court —- Featuring • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue «Flsh • Sandwiches «Soft Drinks Open 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight Private Dining Room—Phone 222 Owned and operated-'by- - : Mr. and Mrs. Pi : '<S. £de r ' City Limits & Highway 67 West SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing, Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling. Doug fMTV Carl Bacon V*l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. Phone 784 Hope • Real Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farm land or City Property, call or see Calvin E. Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark. Arkansas Bank Building Sea Us For BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right fiom selected flocks. Haidy, fast- giowers. Low price. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th and La. Sta Phonp 25 W n | I

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