Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 6, 1946 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 6, 1946
Page 5
Start Free Trial

Wfidnesdoy, March 6, 1946 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS By Chick Young I'VE 6OT SOME! TO TAKE UP WITH YOU S^vabbod It's i^uri and pul it in " i i 11 .1 i * • *.i_ i nw pocket. Ho threw his weight ijhe door opened cautiously. Out came Louse's arm. CAUGHT IN A DOOR, CHUM. against the door. SINCE THE WAR.THEIR SERVICE I IS AWFULLY GOOD/ tK^Vfi!53»'n2 I JUST PHONED HE CLEANERS AND TOLD THEM TO CALL FOR VOUR TROUSERS I'LL BREAK \ f WANT TO \ EVERY BONK I GET OUT, DO IN VOUR— J YOU? ALL RIGHT, COME AHEAD-WAIT/ WAIT/ YOU'LL W5VBR LIVE NO... \VB J PEOPLE HAVE ALMOST FOKuOTTGN THE TOO GOOD TO \ KIDNAPER. OF EVA SA«O. AMD A SCAR BE TRUE! WE \ LIKE MINE \$ NOT £O CONSPICUOUS. SAVE UP HOPE I NOW— THANKS TO THC WftK! THIS WILL V LEAVING!... AFTER \e YEARS \ BREAK YOLJE \ OF TERRORIZING US. YOU MEAN I HEART, MRS. W—, YOU'RE ACTUAULV.. By Galbroith Side Glances MODEST MA1IIKNS Tnultnurk*Ci.\f*'rbl U. S. IMIsnl Otlke .ILLJfKt: ^//T&r? ME WITH T BL'NlOE/ THAT HUNK OP ICE ? ..IT'S COLP/ wr^r^fVJLl ALL RIGHT : GETTIN A HABIT, VVHESfE I CHUM ...1 THINK THE rfEAT 15 HELPING, ON A DAY LIKE THIS _, .,_ SHOULD - GSji*?HAVE SOMETHING •TV, 'C, r\M WMID LJCTAn / HENRY/ ON YOUR MEAD cfi/Aw x "This is'sure~'a~ swell myste^-They never rfo find out who committed the murder!" Freckles and His Friends By Blosser "Look what those-boys did to this ham-bone—sometimes I think I'd rathftr have u sandwich than such a popular *• ' - daughter!" By Hershberger 7unny Business I UET JUNIOR. TEY TO HYPNOTIZE" \THANKL9.PAL--PRESS fe AND HE GAVEf ME THIS —- BUT , J THE FLESH / NOW lTv\ FCKA BUCK IT WAS ^^^^^^^\^^ ^~^^^^L-_ , tAOUTH SHUT/ r- SUPER Ouioo MAGAZINE ••- * EBW1TOK OKAY , HEAVY-HEART—1 MY MOTHER. THROUGH .' J TOLD ME YOU ONLY PAID 1I'D HAVE FOR.ONE I VDAVS LIK.E THIS HE.Y FAT-STUFF, SHOW YOU HOW I LICKED ' THIS LITTLE NO, SON). OF COURSE WELL, WELL: \ OH, NO/ I'M IN pot? SQUARIM& AMOTHER \ ACCOUNTS WITH A BARBER!/ TH < 5< j^c.o GAVE ME FOOR VICTIM I CHUNKED A BRICK -rfj'sucH A 6OIN'-OVER OF-SOME / THROUGH HIS JZ.7 \-\ TOOK ME THREE MONTHS T'6ROW BACK MV WHISKERS. CAM'T AROUMD THPOWIM3 fHERE WERE WOMEN IN THE WOODPILE , YOU'D NOT-MORE'S TM PITYJ • eojuLri«'»YNCAseitvict,IHC.T.M.»tc.'u. 'i'.V£*on^\'-',!••ft"'/-''-',!.',"'.': .. .'• ^ "One's a carbon copy!" Thimble Theater Popeye GRASSHOPPERS// THE NOON WHISTLE* \ STAND BACK !k PONT CJET I WAY WHILE CUTTING GIANT'S HAIR ~rr5 LUCKY HE'S GOT COWLICK- AAAKI SHAPy —^f^kii By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople Qiit Our Way I'LL GET EVE^/THISTIME REALLY GOIWG TO SMASH BOTTLE X\WD EUD EVERfTHINS/ VOU SPUD TM& OLD TUB \% EG/X^VES, SPORT /THM BOAT WAS SlMKlN' OFFPs ' CAPE, AfVW 6WLOR<3 ,,,. . . . _ ' '"^ 8R.\t4e-—fvW ROPES RIPPED ASUNDER. WE'RE \ f LOOK AEOUMP PALM A.-LOOIOM' 1 \ SPR.IMGS EE. TH A V WALDOR.F.' NMLLIONAIRE \ COME PULL IW ME OUT EAKJCHER, I OF A CHICKtU CRAFE--y . AM' A S YOU'LL GIT BOTH ^/ ti MILLIONAIRE 1 BAR'LLS K1EXT , , COOK.' A TIME.' ; —T^ G^" 1 ^ MUTIWIED—VOL) TIE:TD CARCA9& TO TUB MFVST Al^ ( HOLLERED ST1CKC TO Trf SHIP TILLYER. FLOATED/ A "OOZEKi fWEhi RUSHED AT M£ VO\TB KKi \\jes CAESAR'S GHOST/ /NO.'LHTLE BEAMER WILL I 1AKE ^OU 10 TH 1 FOOT OF TH'GLACIER —I'LL FIND' V W SHERIFF Ah)D f\EET THERE.' A5 LOKG AS G'J5 15 LOOSE IT ISN'T 5AFE FOI? TOL) OS5 TH / i rL'LJND KLJEil, 'J^p^ 1 ' 1 i FOUND so/At THINS, TOO — CAN'T FI&GER „* iTOuT BlG &AM& HUKHERS a** '»" "'"" *"j|"-y ' March 6, 1946 CLASSIFIED HOPE STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS THE QUICKER YOU SELL" Jones. 51! Sou.., L^urd St'.'l^e' -..J -------------- 1-(H 1038 STUDEBAKER, NEwTTrTR good condition, See at DO? Soufh J-ullon, on Spring Hill Koad __ _ 27-01 rn GAS RANGlTAPAirF. ONE PORTABLE UNDERWOOn IlE typewriter. Phone 0 2i. - ' ''feed* r feed. C.W. Yancey, f)13 JViilnut, phone 578-R. South 4.3" I HAVE A FEW GOOD REBUILT pinnos which 'I will transfer to good responsible families, if you tun u s single 1 tic mi VITIPM t v \n »«i <.» t~* ir*' »• *•' * v. |^«.*JiiH,IIl;i t .\V I] 1(3 Credit Manager, Little Rock Little 4 -'')t MARTHA WASHINGTON CO/\L OR wood healer. $25. Sandy land 12 Inch breaking, plow. Section har- i^row and Ua^d hay and oats. See Sam B. Hartsfield. 1008 West Ave _£l_____ ._ 4-3t PURE ALFALFA HAY. $1 5()~PFR __bnrejlelivercd. Moore Bros. ,V3t 1034 c H E v R o LET" COUPE """FAJR coiulition, also Good Fly Rod. uenlry Printing Company. Phone _-"LJ23^W.j?roul street. U-3t attic fan,' Humphics'Garage Old Community Ice Company Bu"n. SMALL FARM. GOOD HOUSE electricity. Bus and Rural route. Good road. B. C. Lewis, Hope _. i OUt -l. 2 - G-3t BABY BED, PERFECT~~CONni- tion. Boys bicycle. Phone (ifiO-W 1012 Foster Ave. g.3t Wanted to Buy V"WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 oR-42 _>model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams,.100 South Walnut Street Phone 000. i7. t f Services Offered 1 HAVE MY EQUIPMENT TO Plqw your gardens and do haul- Jng Joe Smith, phone 350. 28-01 MRS. THAMES MAKES SUlfi" coats, dresses and altoralions' Quick service. Phono 712-.T. 402 ,'^Noiih Hervoy. r,. 3 j ONE BLACK SADDLE STALLION, one Missouri Jack, bhick with white nose. For service. E. D 'Downs, Bodcaw, Ark. G-2w Rec! Estate Wanted HAVE CASH CUSTOMER FOR home in good neighborhood. Must have .all modern conveniences. Two bedrooms, Gargage ^, and Garden spot. R. O. Brido• well 2-31 JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd ROGERS RADIO SERVICE .We specialize In all . kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J ; We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark ™ CLOSE SEE 100 ACRES NEAR SIIOVER springs. Two G room homes and two good barns. Lights available. Extra good farm. $4500. 22 ACRES, MODERN G ROOM home. 4',{. miles out on hiwav $5000. See Riley Lewallen. D-3t VOUNG BUSINESS WOMAN TO Joom and serve breakfast and evening rneal. Mrs. W. G. A I Son. Phone 33. " ' )t SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE jor better furniture and better Jj»rgnins L Phone 470. 14-ini INCOME .TAX SERVICE. "iF YOU nave income lax troubles. I will he glad to help you. Do it now nvoid the rush in the last days' Charges reasonable. J. W. Strickl land - l-24-7w .1 US REMAKE YOUR OLD .naltress and make them like new. Will pick up and deliver in mid out of town. Write or call us- I'hono 34-J-2. Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Hope, Ark. in 2 . . 2-Gl •'OR SALE O'R RENT, COMPLETE furnishings for a 3 room apartment. See Tom Carrel. ]-6t For Rent THREE ROOM FURNISHED A- partmont for light housekeeping P Soolc ' Sote - Ph - Schoolcy. 2-lf _ IN, SMALL NICELY~Furu nished apartment. Utilities paid See lorn Carrel. Ill West 3rd St' __ _ 0-61 _ _ _ Real Estate for ~_ C, B. TYLER, "FOR F H A Loans to purchase or repair your home. Office 110 Cotton Row 2-'it MODERN FOUR ROOM HOUSE near grade school. Shown by appointment only. Phone 452. MOB South Main. 2-3t NICE FOUR ROOM HOUSE WITH bath, on Oak and Foster Ave rM »"-" in. Immediate possession Lost BROWN STRIPE SITAEFFER lifetime fountain pen wilh initial O.J.L. on gold band. Lost in clown town business section Return to Davis Studio for reward, r r jt For Lease MC'S CAMP, HIGHWAY 67 WEST of Hope. ]8 . 2 ^ Wanfed 50,000 RATS TO KILL WITH GILLS rat killer. Harmless to anv- thnifi but rats and mice. Guarah- teed. Feeders Supply Co. 28-3w Wonted to Rent FIVE OK SIX ROOM UNFURN- ishcd house, Phone 012-J. M N Yocom. •. THREE OR FOUR ROOM DOWN- stairs furnished apartment in walking distance of business district. One Gilbert, Box 123, Em- mct, Arkansas. j.gt Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No. 0420 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark JAMES D. RATECLIFF' vs Plaintiff SELMA MAE RATECLIFF „,, _. . Defendant The Defendant Sclma Mae Rate- chff is warned lo appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, James D. Ratecliff. Wil'v-ss mv hand and the seal ol said court this 26 day of February ]!)40. C. E. WEAVER, Clerk By Omera Evans, D. C (SEAL) Feb. 27, March fi, 13, 20 BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. NOTICE — WF. HAVE MOVED to 613 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hemstitching and make button holes. Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines. C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R Wonted! TELEPHONE POLES AM Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK, Fair Enough By Westbrook Pcgler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. An oyo-witncss (o lhe booms In Florida, 1 should he ublu to w- ofini/.i! one wilh the nuked eye and nar. On the basis of Dial experience. I should say lhal the present congestion and enterprise in Arizona constitute • a development rather than, a boom. Like Florida, Arizona does a big business in the DempseyGoes Back Into Fight Game By SID FEDER New York, March !> — (ff) — Jock Dempsey caine back to the fight game's big-lime today with n job mat boxing promoters he'll work with described as making him some sort of a Judge Landis of the Beak-buslini! business — ou^ido of New York. His salary is estimated as beiin; between .VxJ.UuO lu !»iiiu.- 000 yearly. OC course, none of the promoters stood up in meeting to say that a stew was cooking against Promoter Mike Jacobs in connection with the old Mannssu Mauler's new combin- . ... - eel spol as president of Boxing people will be reduced to the job | Promoters of America, Inc., and a ot taking in on another s washing, director of Adams Hat company in whieh is just what many conservative souls were saying of Miami in the early twenties. At first sight, the desert country is forbidding and ominous and , „., ,„„„ „„„„,. ,,. service men who traveled through i As a matter of fact. Jack, him- on their way lo and from the Pa- self, came closer than anyone to sale ot warm and there are weather in -.v inter those who believe (hat the time will' come when the company of public relations, sports activilies and possibly snapping brims. But reading the script,you didn't need a blueprint to gel some- wnal of tin idea about it. mid-town Manhattan to stand Yet, in the last few years before against Madison Square Garden, the war and this winter, the tourist ;md thai lhe members of Boxing Population grew rapid- Promoters of America, Inc., now organi/ed in 11 cities, as well as Adams Hats, which has broadcast rights lo all fights pul on by -Promoters. Inc.. probably wuld ;be behind him n it. ',,,• ly and it is as certain as anything can be thai Ihis increase will continue, accompanied by a growth in facilities for somewhat less norvc- wracking pleasures than those of the Florida gold coast and for the care of invalids suffering from tuberculosis, arthritis, some heart troubls and asthma. At present the accommodations for such patients arc far short of the minimum requirements and here, I suggest, is an opportunity for doctors, nurses and promoters who arc willing to invest money in quiet retreats or sanitaria .The hotels, too, and tourist 'camps for motorists, called motels, are over-crowded and most of lhe dude ranches, which are, generally speaking, an cdaboration of the New England farm-homes where summer boarders are off ered a refuge from it all, arc booked up. It is not my business to sell Ari- x.ona to anyone but, to my taste, which is not unique or peculiar in such matters as the population figures show, the dry, warm summers and the dazzling beauty of (lie sunsets ' - spcculiiioi\s"'buying"''aiid""swapp'ing !ha " a wil1 t;lcl<1 ° Be'ebe, district Page Fivs CARN8VAL By Dick Turner Bracketfor State Class A Games Ready Joncsboro, March 5 —(/P)— The bracket for the stale class A high school basketball tournament to be run oCf here this weekend was completed, today after four teams had been invited to compete against the 12 district champions. Invited lo participate were Van Burcn. Paragould, El Dorado and Texarkana. Van Burcn will play Camden, ninth district champion; Paragould I He . re S a number 1 think would look nice on him, Mad- ami Would you care to slip your hand in the pocket for size?" This Curious World By William Ferguson tanplc. Russellville, dis- ---_, „........ t ,,_, w v, t* i« i ( i w i (in.. tin i t- . r-t i' •»-» i • i i -n els arc an irresistible combrna-l tnct n = E1 Dorado will meet Fayon. I was one of those who, seeing .etteville, district one; and Texar- oplions and lilies to land, swamp and sea bottom in Miami twenty years ago. believed that when the craze was over most of the real estate would go back to Palmetl and rattle-snakes, alligators and mosquitoes. When last I saw Miami and the beach, they had grown into a metropolis 'whose principal business wns lh» sale of climate and luxury al prices beyond belief, but wilh a solid foundation of air and sea commerce and some manufacturing and a background of agriculture. A few boom communities actually did decay but only a few and even some of those failures were reclaimed aflcr a few years as restless Americans shifted from old surroundings lo new, which is slill our way. Arizona's basic business is mining and contrary to a general impression among those who think of the desert as a waste fit for ;io good use, the desert has been made to boom in some areas with an agriculture of formidable importance. Who of Ihose in lhe drifts and sleet of the east today would imagine, that in the outskirts of the south cirtus and swcelpcas, daisies and violets in bloom on small tracts of utter desert some of them subdivisions of claims pioneered by vet erans of the First World War? These are the attractions, the lux- three. Average Spaniard Puzzled By RALPH FORTE Madrid, March 5 —(UP)— The average man in Madrid was pux.ied today about how he could help depose General Francisco Franco, as the three-power declaration proposed, without risking execution by a firing squad for his efforts. Men versed in Spanish politics were skeptical that the Franco regime could be ousted and an interim government established without th eSpanish people being exposed to the "horrors and bitler- ness of civil slrife" which lhe Ihree Allied powers want to avoid. Franco appeared as determined as ever to remain in power. He said recently lhal Spain will live alone in the world if necessary. The first impression in well " informed Spanish quarters was thai the note by Britain, France and the Unilod Slates was weaker than had been anticipated. There had lines, which draw the winter vaca-! been some fears among Spanish ion trade with money to spend on | officials that Britain and the their pleasure and this class of [United Slates might recall the Americans seems to be of a relia-1 heads of their diplomatic missions bio permanence, though tho indivi-! simultaneously with its publica- duals do change, for southern Cali- lion. "" ' Spanish circles interpreted the Allies' offer of help to an interim MAN1< OF THE ANCIENTS TH006HT. WAS A THE BOWL TURNED AROUND AND AROUND, THEY SAID, •AMDSEEIN6ITFROM DIFFERENT AN6LE5 SAVE THE PHASES WE KNOW TODAY AS NEW MOON, FIRST QUARTER, LAST QUARTER AND . FULL MOON. CHRISTIANA Wrfc of JOHN HAAG O/fO FEB3I 1869 COPR. 1940 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. OKIE CAN PAINT THE INSIDE OF A rxx>R ON THE OUTSIDE " • ROY L.CRAMER, , /Veu/ IN INDIAN CEMETERY UPPER SANDUSKY; OHIO. ~7%>»AS D. M. MERRELL, TIFFIN, OHIO. SPORTS ROUNDUP •lrHukS.FiDwtw.Jr. forma and Florida both banked on their business and prospered as a result. It has seemed to me from the beginning of my experience that Arizona and particularly Tucson, the university cily, are more intel- leclual, more interested in (he arts than either the olfl residents or 1h boomslers and tourists were in Florida. I remember inouiring about Miami for days for a history of Dade county and a biography of Major Dade who explored the Everglades without success until, one nifht, a young woman who was press-agent a big gambling hoifse and floor show, and stranger in .town, at that, loaned me one. In Tucson there are a little theatre, lectures and university •••lasses, and the history of the state and city, wlrtch actually were frontier so short a while ago, is an interest that constantly occurs in books and reminiscent local stories. Men and women who lived the lives of pioneers here are still present loday. This is not said in disparagement ot Florida and her taste in pleasures but in tin ;il- tompt at describing a difference in interests, locale and social activi- I have previously told of the remarkable growth of small homes on the desert land about Tucson. There arc no mansions among them but neither are they shacks and Ihis all indicates to me a de- government as an implied offer to ship generous supplies of heat, coal and petroleum to Spain under a new regime. These supplies either are denied to the Franco government by the three powers, qr are being received in limited quantities. The thinly-veiled threat at the end of the declaration that a break in diplomatic relations might bo forthcoming was quickly noticed and its meaning comprehended. Spanish officials expressed satisfaction a I the tri-power pledge not to interfere in Spanish internal affairs. C. R. Counts, Ozark to Be Candidate for 3rd District Senator Liltle Rock, March 5 —(/Pi- Charles R. Counts, Ozark druggist, filed a corrupt practices pledge today as candidate for third district stale senator. Jim Snodcty 01 Mulberry, is the incumbent. The dis- Iricl includes Crawford, Franklin and Johnson counties. Snoddy has announced he will not seek reelection. New York, March 6 —Of)— Jimmy Proscia and Jesse L. Siren, who head up a new outfit trying to revive six-day bike racing, are toy- |ing with the idea of "streamlining" I lhe grind. . . The plan would call 'for rest periods form 5. a.m. to noon I— when no one is in the joint any- iway — except in the last 48 hours and almost continuous sprinting .!,„ ,.„,,, of ( | ne (j mr! __ Another ambitious plan, provided the "lesl" races in Chicoga and Montreal Ihis spring draw the fans, is to sot up (.•user and western circuits with a "final" in New York. . . They're also talking about building a velo- drome on Long Island to develop new riders and new customers and then importing a lot of European talent to race againsl the Americans. . . Came to think of it, iftho riders can pedal as fast as Jimmy and Jesse can talk, they'll probably set a record the first time out. Political- Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to the a.clion of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector T1LMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SWELL A. BURKE So They Soy But when the (atom) bomb goes off under water. I think it is oing to make the Navy very un- lappy. I believe it will prove de- slrucllve to ships over a radius of 10 miles. —Dr J. A. Campbell, Oberlin College Chemistry Department. Russia in self-defense has every moral right to seek atomic bomb secrels Ihrough mili- lary espionage if excluded from such information b yher former fighting allies. •Joseph E. Davis, former Ambassador to Moscow. Giants May Be Rough on Pitchers By LEO H. PETERSEN Miami, Fla., March 5 —(UP)— The Giants are going to be rough on pitchers this season, but whether their batting power will offset the deficiencies of their own hurling corns was the big question in the Spring training camp of the New Yorkers. "We're going to have the power lo rattle the fences this year and if we gel pitching we will be right up in there," Manager Mel Olt said today. "And I think we are going to gel the pitching we need." He hedged a little when pinned down on just who that pitching was coming from but made it plain that he was resuming the program he started mapping out for the Giants and which was interrupted by the: war. And that program calls for power at the plate. Defense is not aeing overlooked, of course, but Dtl is the type of manager who believes that offensive power pays aiggcr dividends than tight f;eld- ng and pitching.. Top men at the plate figure to be Johnny Mize, the hard-hitting first ' Daseman; Baby Young, the center- lielder; Cooper; Ott, himself; third aaseman Mickey Witek and Wjllard Marshall, when he gets out of service next month. Until Marshall' relurns Sid Gordon will take his slot in the balling order. Thai gives Olt six potential .300 or better hiters for the heart of his batting order, with big Ernie Lombard! on the bench ready to swing for the pitcher of the other two men in the balling order. They probably will be Bill Rigney, the highly touted rookie at shortstop and rookie Bob Blattner, at second. ' Knowing the Army for what it really is, I insist that we dare not turn our youth over to such a leadership as it is now constituted without grave danger to our Am- kins 54. Glenville GO; Morris Harvey 45. Alderson-Braddus 63; Salem 45. MIDWEST Findlay 03; Defiance 57. Simpson 7G; Wartburg 33. Iowa Pro-Flight 59; Loras 43. Hastings (NebrJ 01; Peru (Nebr.) 59. Otlawa .(Kas.) 48; McPherson (Kas.) 39. SOUTHWEST < Connors Slale College (Okla.) 43; Bacone College (Okla) 30. FAR WEST Easlern Washinglon College 50; Central Washington 47. (overtime). Peperdino College 58; Carroll Shamrocks 52. erican democracy. —Brig-Gen. H. >C. Holdridge, tired West Pointer. re- Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE Sealed Bids will be received by the City of Hope, Arkansas until 10 o'clock A. M. Central Standard Time March 15, 1946 in the Mayor office at the City Hall for the furnishing of labor and materials and the paying with concrete of a parking strip in front of the Julia Chester Hospital on South Main street Specifications covering this work can be obtained from Chas. O. Thomas, City Engineer in his office at Ihe Water and Lighl Plant. The City of Hope reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to accept Ihe bid which is to the best inlerest of Ihe Cily. Board of Public Affairs. Albert Graves, Mayor, Guy Bayse Chas. C. Spraggins. Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP East 2nd St. Phona 7« Alterations Pressed While You Walt Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. The milk o- bottle was invented vclopment of a new region :;f solid citizenship who will not have to | by Dr. .Harvey D. Thatcher, of Potsdam, N.Y. in 1884. take in one anothers' washing, after all, but like other American communities, will find work and oportunilies and make good use of an area hitherto neglected or unknown which any European people would gladly pioneer as a new "living space." MONEY TO LEND Easy Terms Home Institution See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association Today's Guest Star C. M. Gibbs, Baltimore Sun: "Rogers Hornsby is 'teaching' the Chicago White Sox how to hit. . . Anyone would naturally suopose that ball players who reach the high estate of employment by major league club would have learned how to hit before they got that far. . Aparently the White Sox are somewhat different." One-Minute Sports Page France's Marcel Hansenne says he won't return for another indoor track campaign because he doesn't like running on the boards and prefers to appear when he can be in lop shape. But if he had to do it again, Marcel adds that his only change in training routine would be "not eat so much." ... A counle of llahaca, N. Y., "College town quarterbacks" report that Nick Drahos has just returned to Cornell for graduate work and is more likely to be picked as line coach than Gil Bouley. .. . The athletics' Bobo Newsom wears the biggest uniform shirt in the major leagues, size 52, since Paul Derringer is out. Now who wears the biggest hat? End of the Line Frank Sinatra is around town beating the drums for his new fighter, lightweight Roy Brown of Chicago. Probably he figures that's more effective than trying to raise his voice. Basketball Scores By The Associated Press EAST Mount Union (Ohio) SO) Thiel 44. Washington and Jefferson 4B; Waynesburg (Pal 43. Ellis Island Coast Guard 59; New London Sub Base 51. Panzer 04; Patterson (N.J.) Slate Teachers 36. Manhattan College 45; Brooklyn College 38. Harvard 77; Chelsea Naval Hospital 54. Scranton 50; Ihaca 21. SOUTH West Virginia Tournament (at Buckhannon, W. Va.) (Second Round) West Virginia Wesley an 54; Shepherd 43. Fairmont State 70; Davis .nnd El- YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD 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 41 IS. Hazel COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co. Phone 370 Hope, Ark. Service - Quality Variety We have a most complete line of Field & Garden Seeds, Insecticides and Inoculations. AGENTS FOR Funk* G Hybrid Corns Dodge Famous Onion Plant? Willhite Melon Seed* Germaco Hot Caps Sinker's Delinted 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 A Complete Line of .... CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS Put on by an Expert . . . R. N. Putnian Washing & Greasing An Expert Mechanic ANTHONY SERVICE STATION Phone 1106 Harry Segnar, Sr, PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J DR. H.T.SHUU VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope Appliance Co. 814 East 3rd St, PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 8. Main COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court Featuring • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue »Fish • Sandwiches "Soft Drinks Open 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight Private Dining Room—Phone 222 Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loje- City Limits & Highway ^,\West SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN » The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling. Doug /"MTV 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 Hppe, Ark, Arkansas Bank Building $69 Us Foi BABY CHICKS You'll like our qual. ity chicks, hatched, right from Belecte^ flocks. Hardy, fa«t< growers. Low pric*. FIEDERSSUPPI.YCO, 4th and La. St» Phono 86

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free