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HOPE STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS WeJnefidoy, March 20, 1941 |»>I I*' Diivitt. Edgewoud. By Chick Young jfe'the mysterious stranger who had just paid me HORRIBLE, YOU IOOK WORRIED - . -_, _.,_ .,,j^^ t , wv- .tvtnngci miu fiau JU51 '500 u > retainer, was dead, t stored tibbv La I WONDER WHAT _ GROWL WOULD THINK T?< —* IF HE KNEW THAT. /?? BLONDIE, THERE'S - NO SOAP-WILL MDU RUN DOWNSTAIRS AND GET ME A BAR? SO, WHEN EMMV TOOK OFFENSE AT MY REMARK I EXPLAINED I WASJUSf JOKING, , , SEEN THOSE f RJSHED-IN HATS ~i THEY'RE \SHOWING ~^" OH, SHE TAKES OFFENSE AT EVERYTHING. HONESTLY, I THINK-ETC--ETC HOW NICE, MRS. BLEEKE! AND I'LL NEVER F0RSET ALL THE OTHER THINGS YOU DID HEARD BLEEKE TELL EVERVTHINS AND KNOWING JULKIE, TCAW HOW HE TERRIFIED VOU INTO KEEPING <?UIET; m*)- BETTE6 HURRV.EVA! NEWSPAPER WEN TOOAV, EVA. YOU Musr LOOK YCUS BE$r. r TRIEP ;TO WORK OVER "THESE THINGS LAST NIGHT ARE ee rriNs IMPATIENT: FOR MB IN SPITE OF JULK/E! Side Glances By Galbraith MODEST MAIDENS TriJtmark ReBlilcrid 0. 3. ?»ttnt Office BU5V ANSWERIWS THE < TELEPHONE ALL fET.. ^,/ O.K. FELLA, SOESS ; idSr / FEW HOURS WON'T .U> "^n / MUCH DIFFERENCE, od FRIENPS C4TCH-UM T VEAH,CHIEF,.. NOTE WU DTOP,... 1 WE'LL GET 'EM YOU A\AKE TALItf / OUT OF THAT STOMACHS CAN'T WHAT R?CD is ANYWAY" "Mommy, what happens upjwrth while all the] people ^are down here?? COPR. rut BY NF« SFOvirE.Tm:. T. M. Rtc. u; s. PAT Guess I'll have to reduce now, Ed—the only shirts and .underwear I've got are a few I've grown out of!? RESTAU Freckles and His Friends By Biosser RESTAUR»T RESTAU RESTAUR ?unny Business By Hershberger AREMT YOU COMMA \ MEM LOOK OKAY / -BUT JUST TELL wr GIVE ME A LITTLE DEFINITELY WHY SHOULD A GUY WALK OF TMAT LIGHTNING- 1 SILLY UNDER, ROD, SUGAR ? THE REASON FOR IT? LARD SMITH ; BESIDES, YOU'Re NO GENTLEMAN; A GENTLEMAN ALWAYS WALK? THE OUTSIDE, NEAR.THE CURB/ WELL, WELL, PRETTY CLEVER J SEAT CANES ENJOVTHE <OH, I M 60 6LAP YOU ALL COULD COMB TO MV I PARTY... AMP MISTER [OOP// I'LL BET you • RPM'T THINK WE'P MEET AGAIN SO SOON' AMP VOU THE OOOLA I'VE HEARD so MUCH ABOUT. ... •"* /? P T/V ;> •""• .' ,•'•• .1',,. COP«. I9«'BY NEA Hiviit. INC.'!.'**. BEG. U. V. t'i.T. Of I i'He likes to look tilings .overJbefore ; _hc_ Thimble Theater HAd' BETTER TAkE MV ', MVLt FRIENP. OSCAR IS QUITE CORRECT II \ WOULD A YOUNG -NO- MATTER WHAT MAPPINGS, IT WILL HAPPING FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ME LIPE.'/ VOOOVO \ HPWt F\ V^AVt VtVVOVO R COOVO AO <DOG il COOUD Bt III SYM.I1-.1TE !.>_ «OHI H HH.HT5 IH.SEIIVtn ^ IHt- T M OtC U 3 PAT. OrR. fe Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople WOOPS/ OKIE WORE JUMP IN THIS DIRECTION, (f MR. MERLIM, i U/p -f AMD THATyBETTrL 4 ""^ & "gJS WE HAIN'T FOUND WES VET AMD WE CAME OVER TO SEE IF YOU'D HEAR.D FEOM SUG~-I MEAN YORE HUSBAND.' /?•" MO.' AND I HIRED SEVEW PRIVATE DETECTIVES AMD THEY'VE ALL DISAPPEARED-' 50 \!// I'M GOIMG TO FIND HIM MYSELF.' ROLLS SO TOUGH STOOD PO^ER. P5TE,T\MO GUMS REftOV TO SPIT 1 TR.YIM& ROOEO ~ EX-TIMCTlOKi— I DfiW &O FAST A TO C/VTC A HORSE FLV O% AAY .3S (f OP 5fm YOO DID^ 6ET OPP YOOR. 88*1 5KKON K .SHERIFFS/hJOT A CHANCE, _ , YOU SAW Hltt HIDE \ f VEAH/1 WAS TH 1 LEF1Y E tHAT f\OMEY IO YEARS W DEPUTY THAT GU5- NOT BSLFORE CASi'T 6ET / V THAT ICE LP AGO, LUKE, AND YOU /ARRESTED LEFTY KILT HIM WHEN HE J^ AFTER TH 1 CA'-NE TO GET IT/ I 1RO&BERY. HOW DO I KNOW YOU AlrtT Wpdnesdoy, March JO, 1946 HOP! STAR, HOPS, ARKANSAS Page Fi'v CLASSIFIED A „ », e ln ° ffice Dny Bcfore Publication All Want Ads Cash In Advance . Not Taken Over the Phon. Rates nre for Continuous Insertions Only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER. YOU SELL" For Sale MOD1CL A KAIWALL- TRACTOR, all equipment. A. O. Bright. Fullon, I J ho|io 1700. 10-01 .1 1038 FORD, 2-DOOR, GO HORsE Jjower, Sedan. Sec ill Hickcy Bros. Service Station, Emmet. 14-Cl 38r. ACRES, HIGH CLASS RTOCtf farm, four miles from Hope on highway, new house, big barn, large pond, water and lights In house, about 250 acres open pasture well sodded, nice bunch timber, can give possession. See _J;Moyd Porlerfield. 14-(H » ,; R EG IST E R IS D J ERSEY MALE f cnlves. 1 week to 4 months old. See Lncic Howe. Hope Rl. 3. ITi-Gt PEACH TREES, T FOOT JUNE Buds or one year olds. George Ann Orchards, Prcscotl, Ark. _ . ' 15-01 COTTON PLANTING SEED, first year from breeder. Germination 00 per cent. See T. S. Mc- Wanted •)0,000 RATS TO KILL WITH GILLS rut;';killer. .'Harmless lo anything but rats and mice. Guaranteed, Feeders Supply Co. 28-3w OLD RAGS, MUST BE CLEAN, free of buttons, snaps and pins. No woolens nor overalls. 5c pound. Hope Star office. 14-tf Real Estate for Sale , r i ROOM HOUSE, BATH. 709 So. Pine. Phone 1044-W. lii-31 Holdout f> ROOMS, BATH, GLASSED IN porch, gas. water, lights, sewer- ago. Lot 210 x 210, just outside corporate limits. Price $4000. R. O. Bridewell. 20-31 18-tf OIL BURNER REFRIGERATOR, used only 2 months. Many other things. See Harry'Wortman, r>07 10-31 ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR, sewing machine, .washer, and sweeper. Kcrosense stove, maple dinini; room suite, living room furniture. Also. IVi ton Ford Truck. M. L. Rogers at .Patmos Garage. v 19-Gt TABLE TOP GAS RANGE AND clay back heater. 704 East Division. _ -^ 19-31 LARGE fi ROOM HOUSE, COM~- plete with bath Lot 71 x ISO ft. See J. L. Brown, South Walnut Cafe, Hope, Ar!>. 20-Gt YOUNG JERSEY MILCH c o w s, fresh heavy milkers. West Bros., Hope, Rt. 3. 20-Gl DF.LTA PINE AND STONEVI',LK Cotton Soerl. First year breeder. ,T. W. Strickland, from 20-Gl . FOSTER - ELLIS 4 ROOM HOUSE ON 50 x 142 foot lot. Occupancy in 30 days. Near grade school. One block off pavement. $2,500. Terms. G ROOM HOUSE, THREE BED- rooms, 75x150 feet corner lot. Across from Courthouse. 402 South Fulton. 280 ACRES UNIMPROVED PAS- turc and timberhind. Near Hope, on gravel road. Will make fine stock farm. Price £i5 per acre. Terms. ^ 280 ACRES PASTURE AND blackland, on gravel road near .Columbus. Will cut 4000 bales hay annually. Cultivato|l land will raise three-fourths bale cotton per acre. Not rented for 1940. Foster-Ellis, 108 East See- By United Press St. Petersburg, Fla., March in —(UP)— Two major trades were Brewing today with the Boston 3raves alempling to lure George (Whitey) Kurowskl, holdout third baseman, away from the SI. Louis Cardinals and the Yankees dickering for another starting pitcher. President Louis Perini of the Braves conferred with owner Sam Breadon of St. Louis for two hours yesterday. Meanwhile, President Larry Macphail ot the Yanks, farm boss George Weiss and Chief Scout Paul Krichcll conferred on the approaching breakup of the Yankees' big squad and it was learned thai some of the surplus players woulc be offered for a lirst. siring pitcher. Manager Joe McCarthy fools tha' his Yanks are set, except in the hurling department The Bronx Bombers' game will he Cleveland Indians was rnincc nit yesterday while the Cardinals napped a seven - game losing Ireak by whipping a group of Bos oncl Street. Phono 221. 19-31 FOUR ROOM HOUSE, 8Vi LOTS, city water, lights and gas, '/ mile north of Brick yard. Henry Gray. 19-31 ONE LATE MODEL STNGKR. One Rolary whilo. onc^ Vendex E BUILDmG NEW HOME, 5 ROOMS AND bath, near Paisley school, water, lights and gas. 100 ft. front age, immediate possession. $3750 40 ACRES, 2 MILES SOUTHEAST. Hope, 4 room house and lights and gas. Immediate possession $3000. See Riley Lcwallen. 10-3' Bliaivnlporl C W Ynncey Sin- MNiLli; liUibUlNU LUTS. Kcr Distributor. 513 South Wai-1 blocks west, of courthouse nut, Phono 578-R. 20-Gt! Fiflh and Hamilton, Sixth Lost FORD DELUXE MAROON TIRE and wheel. Phone G79. 18-31 PAIR PRESCRIPTION GLASSES, losl in Courthouse vicinity. Friday. Reward for return to 905 West 5th Street. 19-61 LADIES' BROWN POCKETBOOK. near Ozan. Reward. G. L. McCarty, Box 290, Patmos. 20-31 Wanted to Rent FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED house or apartment. Notify H. T. Helton. Fulton, Ark., or phone White & Co. Collect 19-01 Phone Paul Hooten at 78, between the hours, 9:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. 18-Gt THREE ROOM FURNISHED A- parlment for lighl housekeeping. Apply Schooley's Slorc. Phone 38-F-ll, Mrs. J.E. Schooley. 2-tf Female Help Wanted MAID, WHITE OR COLORED. Apply Mrs. Albert Graves, 402 North Washington. 20-3t WOMAN TO STAY WITH 8 YEAR old girl from 3 lo G p.m. including Saturday and Sunday. Colored or while. Call Mrs. Ber- nieee May, at 222 before 5 p.m. or after (hat time at G59-J. 20-31 APPLY LOTS. TWO at and Jefferson, and Jefferson at 7th. All utililies available. C. B. Tylor, 119 Cotton Row. 19-Gt A BARGAIN. MODERN 5 ROOM house with bath, butane gas, eleclricily. Chicken house, smoke house, large barn, all in good condition. Small orchard with apple, plum, and pear trees. 8 acres nlanted in oats. I mile from City Limits. Immediate possession. Foster-Ellis, Phone 221. 108 Ensl Second Street. 20-31 on Red Sox second and Ihirc itringers, 13 lo 3. No Jurisdiction West Palm Beach, Fla., Marcl 9—(UP)— President William Har •idge of the American League cril cizecl loday the manner in whicl jig league clubs are spilling Ihci squads inlo Iwo loams and playing exhibition games at different town without telling the fans whethe .hey will sec the varsity or In scrubs. Harridge emphasiezd lhal he wa speaking as a fan and not a base ball official since the "league ha no jurisdiction over such affairs. Lowrey Ends Holdout Los Angeles, March 19 —(UP) — Harry (Peanuts i Lowrey, regular leflfielder for the Cubs last season when he hit .283, ended his pro- j longed holdout loday and immediately settled down to balling Rookie Marvin Rickcrl for his job. Lowrey. Ihc lasl. major holdout to come to terms, reported in good shape. Rickert. a returning serviceman, who played briefly with the Cubs in 1942, has been a standout during games lo dale. McKechnie Gets Out Axe Sarasola, Fla., March 19 —(UP) — Manager Bill McKechnie, preparing to weed out his oversized pitching corps, named six hurlers to start for Ihe self-styled "speedy" Cincinnati Reds against the Boston Red Sox today in a doubleheader. McKechnie selected Howard Fox, Gene Thompson, John Hetki, Clay Lambert, John Wittig and Leonard Bobeck for Ihe twinbill, which may be Ihe lasl game in a Cincinnati uniform for a couple,o£ them. The Reds acquired their "speedy" label yesterday during a series of GO- yards sprints which the entire squad ran in surprising fast lime. Infielder Jack Cassini turned in Ihe swiflesl clocking. Razorbacks Have Largest Grid Squad By The Associated Presis Arkansas' Razorbacks,<S',who fin- hod in the cellar last season, ave come up with the/(top quality — if uncertain quality — in oulhwosl Conference spring fool- all practice. All of the seven loop members xcopt Rice have taken to the rill field, and so large have been II the squads that all cXttepl pos- Ibly the Owls, who have not do- ided, will have B teams in addi- ion lo their variety oulfils nexl all. A race of B teams will bo dis- ussod at the conference's May neeling. A 'total of 121 candidates warmed on the Ro/orbacks' two micllcc fields Monday to top all jthcr turnouts. Head Coach John 3arnhill is not expected to prune lis forces noliceably until the end of spring workouts. Texas A. and M. is the only loop member which has completed spring practice. The Aggies wound up training March 12 with 1)0 of .he original turnout of 115 still on Ihe roll. Tex-as, 1945 chahipion, will finish ils off-season work April G and still has 70 men in uniform. Baylor has 85 and will wind up drills AprfT 5. .Texas Christian started working wilh 18 players and 85 .arc expected to complete the grind which ends April G. Southern Methodist still has 75 of the 100 gridders who :--•- '--' -•--' -"' '•- — ' sions This Curious World By William Ferguson Political Announcements The Slur is' authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to the action of the Democrntic primary elections this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES I-I. PILKINTON Hcmpstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SYVELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK Tax Assessor C. COOK reported iincl will close ils ses- ! April.) For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER AAU Tourney Now Hearing the Payoff For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEILD, JR. Denver. March 20 Despite strong challenges by a number oC unheralded teanis, all of the original favorites in the national AAU basketball tournament still \yere on hand today as the real payoff battling began. Sixteen entries from the. original G4-tcani field were left - after an exciting second round in , which ome of the "big names" almost "sudden death" blow from , Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount What have you? Phone 873. 11-1 m WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, IOC South Walnut Street Phone 060. 17-tf Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and belter bargains. Phone 470. 14-lm DO YOUR OWN LAUNDRY. RENT a machine by the hour. Phone G4G-J for appointment. Ill South Washington. 7-2w Giant Infield Set Miami, Fla., March 19 —(UP} — If the New York Giants were going lo begin the National League season tomorrow, their infield would be composed of Johnny Mize, first base; Buddy Blallner, second; Bill Rigney, shorlstop, and Mickey Wilek, Ihird, Manager Mel Ol said today. WAITRESSES, IF YOU NEED GRAVEL, SAND or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivery. 15-lmo. FOR ESTIMATES ON AWNINGS, and Venetian blinds write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17th Street, Texarkann, Texas. 15-2rri Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court Hi«h- way G7 west. 19-Gt For Rent FRONT BEDROOM WITH GAR- rage. 203 Easl Avo. C. 20-31 For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third 8t. Hope, Ark Phils Still Hitless Miami Beach, Fla., March 19 — (UP)— Even the Philadelphia Phillies' free-spending renovation program had failed to make the National League tailenders fearsome hitters today. „ In their last two games, the Phils have smacked out a puny total ot four hits. Roger Wolff, Pete Appleton and Mickey Heafner held them to two hits yesterday while theii Washington Senator teammate bashed out a 10 to 1 victory. JBobo Newsom and Luther Knerr o~ the Athletics turned the some two-hit and Gerald Priddy each with two trick the day before. Stan Sponce hits, sparked the senators' 14-hii attack against four Philly hurlers Schoolboy Rowe, Al Hodkey, Char ley Ripple, and George Eyrich. YOUR OLD MATTRESS RE- made like new, guarantee lo use same cotton. All work guaranteed. Put up and deliver anywhere. Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Rt. 2. Phone 34-J-2. 18-Gt For Sale or Trade 1941. DODGE FOUR DOOR SE dan, like new. 23.000 miles. Sr-r at Halliburton Sheet & Metal Works. • 20-31 Services Offered and/ college EXPERIMENTS • SHOW THAT INDISCRIMINATE USE OF DDT MAY NOT ONLY KILL OFF THE INSECTS, BOTH GOOD AND BAD, BUT THE AND THAT FEED ON THE POISONED INSECTS. COPH. 1940 BY NEA SERVICE,'1NP T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. ''A WOOD SCREW is ALL METAL" V. L.SASSEE., THE FIRST AMERICAN PATENT WAS GRANTED 3OO AGO, TO JOSEPH JENKES. ON A WATER-POWER. 5AW MILL.. _...-- . . CARNSVAL Bv Dick Turner Thoughts 3-2,0 T.'M. BEG. U.-S.'PAT.'6FF. E? Hagh S. Fnlltrtii. Jr. New York, March 20 — (/P) But rather give alms of such things as ye have; and, behold, all things are clean unto you. — Luke . The gift, to be true, must be the flowing of the giver unto me, correspondent lo my flowing unto him. — Emerson. Derby Field** Will Get Tryout Today Hot Springs, March 20 — (JP)— Six shifty three-year-olds, all but one Arkansas Derby eligibles, were to match strides today in the DeSoto Hotel .Handicap, a six-furlong print that took top place on Oak awn Park's racing program.' The lone non-derby nominee on he list was J. Graham Brown's 3uz7.around and on the basis of nis Vow Orleans showing he'has ; ex- lecled lo give the others a run,for .heir money. Assigned second .highest impost of 116 pounds, he'-Jhad he riding services/""'.^pf^yftiftdoll Topweighled at 119 pounds'Sand with Arthur' Craig up was' f 'Dave rerguson's Ariel Ace, regarded as the probable favorite despite his fourth-place effort in Saturday's Park Hotel handicap. Mrs. A. M. Creech's Cid. Play, assigned 110 pounds, and Reynold Brothers' Wagon Boss, 102, both winners of sprints during the -current meeting, also had supporters. Wagon Boss was piloted by Hafold Ktene, the track's leading rider. Others in Ihe race were Mrs. Robert McGarvey's Over Night, carrying 110 pounds with Tony Skoronski up, and O. W. Burher's Token Reward, 113, ridden by R. Allen, both making their season debuts. ' The supporting card included two $1,200 allowance distance races, one at a mile and 70 ydrds and the other "Si a mile and a sixteenth, and $1,100 allowance."., distance race; and four sprints, one a half- mile dash for two-year-olds. Rosemere Chief .scored his second win in four starts here yester day by capturing 1 the featured mile and 70-yard fifth race. Paducah was second and Tideover third. The winner paid $13 straight and was clocked in 1:42.3. -.-.- -o One-ninth of the mass of an iceberg appears aoove me water. The manufacturp nf n"* :r: -'nl ice became widespread about 1900. ot the ttle known service earns. Three of the faster service out- Is remained and all of them were iven a fighting chance to survive )day's third round shooting. The Fleet Marine force'.of Hono- ilu will be favored to-eliminate ho Phillips Lee Tiros of Barlles- ille, Okla., and the Miramar-Pen- lelon Marines of Ocoanside, Calif., 'ere expecled to oust the Seattle, Vash., Aplinc Dairy. Facing the toughest assignment f the service trio will be- the fasl- reak soldiers of Forl 'Sheridan, 11., who are paired wilh the glassy an Francisco Dardis. Seven of the eight members of he American Basketball^"League till were in the lists. The excep- ion was the Sacramento ^Senators', vho fell lasl • night befo're i Allen- Bradley of Milwaukee, 43-42. Some of the remaining ABL nembers like the National champion Phillips G6 Oilers and Holly- vood 20th-century Fox didn't come hrough, however, without narrow escapes. The Oilers will come up today ngainsl the Western Oil Tollers of Jasper, Wyo., tallest team in the ourViamcnl. The other ABL teams are the 5alt Lake City Simplot-Desorels, sounds slightly confusing, Denver Ambrose Jellymakers, San many things in this spoils busi- 3iego Dons, JCansas City M. and ness arc, but Al Sulphin, Cleveland's round man wilh the red necktie, claims that in many rc- snecls even boomlim osports don't pay their own way . . .Looking at 11 from the arena owner's viewpoint, Al shows where a building with more than 10,000 capacity has a lot of scats that never pay for turned up in the Cardinals training camp this spring and big brother explained he didn't know what position the kid played "bul he was a whiz al football and basketball." . . . .Positions apparently don't mean much to Marty, who was a third baseman .when he first | reported to the Huntginton, W. i Va., club of the Middle Atlantic League but switched to short when he found the team was well equipped wilh third-sackers. End Of The Line Sam Corenswet has been upped to the presidency of the Sugar Bowl Association . . Mrs. Elizabeth Graham is planning a three- horse entry to start in the Kentucky Derby — Knockdown, Lord Boswell and eilher Star Pilot or Colony Boy . . . When two of the busiest guys in boxing, Dewey Fragetta and Chris Dundee, get thcir heads together these days, they aren't discussing fighters but comparing notes on their baby daughters, born ten hours apart; last Saturday morning. Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court Featuring Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue • Sandwiches • Fish • Soft Drink* NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits & Highway 67 West Tt O. and San Francisco Dardis In today's round, Fox is paired with Allen-Bradley, Salt Lake City wilh the powerful Borlo' Athletic Club of San Francisco, Denver wilh the Los Angeles Cliftons and San Diego with Kansas. Cily. Highlighls of last night's firing ._. __ , , were the viclories by Ihe Dardis themselves and al the same lime over Ihe Memphis, Tenn., NATTC, he explains that the American EXPERIENCED STAFF OF bookkeepers will keep your book? for only $1 per week. Mail cart- today for information on this nationwide new service. Dollar A-Week Bookkeeping Service. 304 P & M Building, Texarkana 19- 1m Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Stores-Franchise and merchaiv dise available now for new Associate Slores. Write or wire Kenyon Aulo Slores, Dallas 1 tfexas. 19-2m Wonted! TELEPHONE POLES AM Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet University Grid Team Has Long Way to Go — Barnhill Fnycttovillo, March 20 — (ff>) — Head Coach John Barnhill surveyed his big University of Arkansas spring football squad today and expressed pessimism. "We are a long ways from being either a contender or a pace-setter in the Southwest Conference," he commented. "We may look better next week," he said, "but it is imperative that we supplement our present squad with outstanding high school boys next fall." Barnhill admitted that it was a little early to pass judgment on the squad, since two days of work hasn't given the candidates a fair chance to begin learning his single wingback system. Line Coaches Hobart Hooser and Bill Barnes report that their toughest problem is in finding first string tackles and guards. o Before entering kindergarten 2very child should have a thor- juj;h check-up of his eyes. 55-49; by Borlo over the Camp Le- jeyne Marines of North Carolina, 53-42, and by Kansas City over the surprisingly strong Salt Lake City Eckers, 53-47. .Phillips Lee Tires yesterday beat the Denver Toners 55 to 28. sports (for arena owners) outside of New York — Al claims that in Cleveland, America's second-best boxing city, his rentals arc just peanuts and lhal Ihe real reason "ie Chicago stadium barred lights /as that they weren't bringing in JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP Hppe, Ark. Phona 76 Alteration* Pressed While You Walt was enough dough. No Letter Man Down in New Orleans they've dug up a new lag for Tulane's new football coach The scribes write about Henry "Hnk" Frnka, , , Hockev League remains a minor n nc on iy coach who ever lost a let- ircuit because most of ils arenas ter in ' the athletic business. on't.have the seating capacities to ay big league salaries . . . The xplanalion apparently is lhat Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No. 0420 In the Chancery Court of Hempslead County, Ark. JAMES D. RATECLIFF Plainliff vs. . SELMA MAE RATECLIFF Defendant The Defendant Selma Mae Rate- cliff is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer Ihe complaint of the Plaintiff, James D. Ratecliff. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 26 day of Fob ruary 1945. C. E. WEAVER, Clerk By Omera Evans/ P. C. (SEAL1 Feb. 27. March 0. 13. 20 NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED . to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parls and supplies. We do hemstitching and make button holes. Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R -, Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK. SERVICE — QUALITY — VARIETY Now is the time to get ready for your Spring planting. We have a most complete line of Field and Garden Seeds, Insecticides and Inoculations. ;uy who puts up one of thdso big One-Minute Sports Page Chaloy Marion, 19-year-old U-uct\ires l "cises''nis"ciough"a'i'ia uic brother of the celebrated Slats, no who takes it over at a bar- ain price can operate it profitably Another surprisL- is thai box- SEE US FOR ... Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Hazel and Division FRED'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE We specialize in REPAIRS ON Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, DeSoto, all General Motors Cars Phone 202 4th and Washington ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize in all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. , BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Gas Phone 370 Hope, Ark. AGENTS FOR Wlllhlte Melon Seed, Dodge Onion Plants Funks G Hybrid Corn. Germaco Hot Caps ' Sinkers Delinted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid Sweet Corn, 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 EY TO LEND Eusy Terms Institution See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Sayings & Loan Association 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 Personal Stationery^ Pastel Colors ,. ,• A Complete line: Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto .Supply Fs^a-gtfy A Complete Line of ... CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS PUT ON Washing & Greasing An Expert Mechanic OPEN ON SUNDAY ANTHONY SERVICE STATION Phone 1106 SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen lhat will Revolutionize Writing. • , Guaranteed to write 2 • , years without refilling. Doug /"MTV Car ' Bacon \*\ I T Jones' ELECTRIC CO, Phone 784 Hope ; DR. H.T. SHUUL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope Appliance Co, 214 East 3rd St. PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliance* ' • Real Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farm lancj or City Property, call or see Calvin E. Cossidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark. Arkansas Bank Building SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 8. Main i See Us Foi BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from selected .(locks. Hardy, fast, growers. Low pricf. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th and La. St» Phone 25

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