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MOPE STAR, MOP I, ARKANSAS Tuesday, March 26, By Chick Young / iHIS WAY ( FLINT. I DAME STAYS X MDU'f?E GO!N£ TO START ACTING LIKE PEOPLE, NOBODY WILL NOD 1 DOG, ME 1 BUWSTEAD, AND 1 WANT HIM TO MEET } -s wm^:,i BUT WHAT IF X LISTEN. TONI...WHOEVER KEPT KIDNAPERS, EVA WOULDN'T PARE ADWlT OR W PERSON JULKIE IS SIZZLIN& AT HER FOR LEADING HIM INTO TH' TRAP THAT CAUGHT HIM. THEV WON'T LOSE ANV SLEEP OV£E TH' KID 86IN5SVPPEP/ KNOW BUT KEEP THAT BIS MOUTH SHUT WHILE I WORK OUT TH' DETAILS ...AN 1 WE'LL SOOH BE SITTIN 1 PRETTY! Side Glances By Galbraith MODEST MAIDENS Trademark Rtglitered U.. S. PKcnt Office SUM'S EIFUE is FAVAYBE SHE'LL IN THE PLANE / GIVE UP AND — IP SHE SS25 /c3O IF HEE Cl'B US, WE'RE OUT /I5NT HARMED OF LOCK, MX g ...LOOK./ SHE'S TURNING' SHE SEES — ANYTHING GO&, FROM HEt!E ON /sroKcn>;sET CLT OF / HEEE...THAT POLAE I BEAP WILL CATCH YOUI? \5CENT... SHE'S A\AP/ RUN IN HERE QUICKLY — HENRY / •' ——// '_-/i_, .'••. Mother, ivtere arejhe funny sayings for. under the pictures?" ' - , Every time I go to the movies it takes me asday or two , to get used to these gawky boys our own age — then I go * ' to the movies again!" Freckles and His Friends By Blosser £unnv Business By Hershberger r -AND THE BOYS ARE \Fop> A WHOLE WEEK } GOSM/ THAT OB5ANIZINS WHAT THE/ THEY'RE COINS TO J MEANS NO DATES CALL *WOMAW-HATERS,, L. IGNORE US ' ,-/-- MO WOO INCORPORATED." r"'^--— ' J I PITCHING* HEX LJMCA DOMA.LDMAV WE C30 NEXT DOOR AMD PLA.V ViPPEEE! AMD DOM'T LET ME CATCH v PLAYIN' WITH '£M AGAIN! IT'S DAMGEROUS! P^LJ^P^^ A F1ME INTELLECtUAL GAAAE! THEY GOT THS IDEA FROM PHI KAPR4 TAU OVER AT THE UNIVERSITY / ! ITS TIME IMPORTANCE AROUMD \ 'P THEM UONGHAIRS _ WITH THEIR TIME-RESEARCH IF IT WASM'T FOR. ME 2 ROOSTER? S^^^?*^Z^- =2?55-,-J- ~ , CPU. H46 BY NEA it»VICi. IMC T. M REG. U. V PAT. OTj " ''If you're looking for a tie, here's onejhat will match 'your, suit, sir!? : Thimble Theater SHALL WE GIVE 00 VA WANNA SEE'IM WIN AN' MARRY 'AT/ WIN, IF HE HAP< > POP6YE SCW\E GOOD HEAVENS// HE IS BEATING POPEYE TO A PULP'/ SPINACH V OV OO66 We. v\V5 OVO Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople DID 1 SAV STRIKE ? Ul*/ W klQ ' A/n / HT A THIRD I ' V * IM POSINJG FOR MO CAR.TOOM-- MOBODY COULD DRAW ANYTHING BUT A COMIC.' I'LL BE COMIC WHEN I GE7 SOU RAISED, BUT I WANT wo PICTURE JUST LEFT CAMELOT OHHSW/If TOHWDLAEY LOELHDA,THE MISSING DAUGHTER OF THE DUCHESS OF HUBBA-HOBBA... viqv4 THKT voo CALL >T TO AV ATTENTIOKS, HErt-HeH, T NAUST WP.NJE BEHtO BIXLL/ -^-v-VA6/ f< Bf^LL WORE POPULAR THAM AMD THPCV BIS DO\Mt^\ WHISKERS "DCMNi THE ^AlDDLE TO ITS AS PUFMNi - LETT'S 6O A<=.youa TK&SEt)W/S DOKi'1 TAKE AMI . - • . w W MOTHERS eST '^OMtt^SWUUfMtta, HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS For Sole CO IT ON « fi l yo £ r rr * om reeder. Gen 1 n ° pcl ' c< ? nt - 9c ° .T. S. tar. PLANTING SKED Davltt. ' n' itou.s~c6ivi"- Plele with balh. Lot 71 x 150 ft _ FOUR YOUNG JBHSBY-, ..-Wn^ S m fl '?? b hc ? y 1. • cst "ros-. Hope. Rt. 3. DELTA PINK AND Cotton .Seed. First year from ONE LATE K One Rotary white, one Vcndex' fiuaraiiteed. C. W. Yancey Sini . Her Distributor, S13 South W-i ' STALK~CUTTKR, - tlvator with scratchor, one plnn- ;lcr, one disc, one section harrow, one 12-inch buster. 2 broak- j . n « Plows. All in first class con#"»"• Lois or other handlools. R. N. Mouscr. Rt. 4,' Hope. 21-61 MODEL A HALF TOr71nCK-UP~ ' ' Wanted nO.OOO RATS TO KILL WITH GILLS rat .killer. Harmless to .er. armess to any- IhlnK but r:\ts and mice. Gunraii- Jeed. I-oodnrs Sii|)ply Co. 2{i-3w Melhodisl. Church, 1200 men Sunday, March 31, l!M(i. Real EstWe for Sale ROOM HOUSK7 STbr^rBUlIF- ins, warohoiifc, electricity Butane K«S. Small stock firo'cories. I wo acres land on highway at Own. Price $2750; Sec C. B . Tyler, 11!) Ark., or M. _ ONE HORSE BUGGY, IN ATi condition 8 miles out on Route f Hope, See L. C, Rovis. 23-31 NEW BRUNSWICK V1CTROLA records. Two whnel trailer, bolh good condition. Phone 70!) Shield's Food Store. 26-31 BICYCLE, IN GOOD colmmoTT John Price, 408 East Third St' ______ 20-31 SIX FOOT TRACTOR CASE Discf Jn Kood shape. Jakie Rcyeni'a t-rnmot, Ark. 20-31 Cotton Row, liopel _'G. Crane, Oxan. :il-fl( ALL NKW, COHNKR PLACFToN I'liii-d Street. Bi-oiitlway of America. 2,'i x 7.'i ft. Store Buildlnu. Modern living t|iiartcrs in rrar New moclrrn servants quarters in back yard. Priced to .sell at once. C. B. Tyler, Exclusive ^;»^ l j £ 2M-Ot NICK .FIVE ROOM HOME ~ON West 7th SI reel. NICE NEW FIVE ROOM HOME near-Paisley school. !)G ACRK.S, MODERN FIVE ROOM hoiiK.-. gas, wiitov,'-Tighlt-, extra good barn and orchard. Close in Priced right. Almost immediate possession. See Riley Lcwallen Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- 1937 FORD TWO DOOR SEDAN clean condition. 320 West flll'i b "' ct; ^ 26-31 350 ACRES OF LAND LOCATFO hiKhway 67, Hi- miles west of Hope. Over half of land in oat- and wheat. Phone 373 Hope Mrs Uias. A. Hayncs or write or ?iV?r\°, Al ri? ri:y Enoc1 '. Proscott RFD 4. Phone 8-23-F-13. 2(1-31 1941 CHEVROLET TWO DOOR' radio and undersell healer Clean inside and out. Good tires Can be seen at 109 North Washinp.lon 20-31 BEST Tir.n FIRST $365 CASH GETS 3! Model A and trailer left at end of South Main Street iirst house on Shover Sprin'-'s cult off. H. B. Morelock, Rt. 2 lure. one piece more. Anv . . amount. What have you? Phone ^. 8/3 _- ___ 11 • 1 m t WANT TO BUY A 1040-41 OR 7 ^ model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, IOC South Walnut Street Phono OGO. 17-tf Notice for better furniture and bargains. Phone 47(i. SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE boiler 14-lm IF YOU NEED GRAVEU~SAND or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivc-ry. 15- 1 mo. Aggies vs. N. Carolina for Title Now York, March 20 — f/p) _ Seven-fool Bob Kurland, who developed from an awkward player four years ago into one of the Hume's most polished performers, wir.ds up his college basketball career lonisht as the Oklahoma Att- K os bailie North Carolina for Ihc NCAA championship. Principally because of Kurland Hie nation's .lending scorer al 020 points, the Agfiies have hoen installed eitfht-poinl fnvorllcs over he lai-heuls jn mis miing climax lo the (irst post-war campaign. Another sellout crowd of 18,400 is "•Mam to pack Madison Square iirdon. ' The Cowboys, winner of 30 of 'J2 games and with most of last year's championship quintet back, seem confident about their chances of bi-coiniiif' tin- first team to win the national crown two straight years incir current winning slrer.k has reached 14. Phils Accused of Tampering With Dodger By United Press Miami. Fla.. March 25—(UP) — Albert B (Happy) Chandler holds nis iirst hearing as baseball commissioner today when Manager Ben Chapman ot the Philadelphia Phils appears before him to answer ^nargos 0 [ tampering with Eddie Sasmski, 23-year'old Broklyn Chandler, Hearing the end of his iii-si year as commissioner, scheduled the hearing after President Branch Rickey of the Dodgers ac- f-IISfrl th,. Dliilli»..- .; b .. V at- ESTIMATES ON AWNINGS, write Hiiey and Venetian blinds Cooper, Iflon West Texarknnn, Texas. 17th Street. Lost Services Offered EXPERIENCED S~T A F F OF bookkeepers will keep your books for only $1 per week. Mail card today for information on this - nationwide new service. Dollar- A-Week Bookkeeping Service. 304 P & M Building, Texarkana 10-1 m RED BONE TIOUNIJ, HAS VAc" cinalion collar on. -I year old Answers to name "Red". Reward for return to Monroe Kent Patmos, Rt. 1. 2(,-fit NO 4 RATION ROOK. REWARD for return to Lester Orr, Hope, tempting to steal one of his Te .',''™ n # the charges as "ridicul- said that Basinski . , move, asking him or a job with the Phils. Rickey, in filing formal charges said Basinski, a holdout until last week, had claimed the Phils would :>ay him 310,000. The Phillies gave their manager 'U SC AI , olt y es lerday by nosing out .he Athletics 3 to 2 behind tho sev- Jii-hil pitching of Charley Schariz inci Al Jurisieh. The latter, purchased from the St. Louis Cardin- ils. pitches the last four innings yielding both of the A's runs Meanwhile, the Brooklyn Travelers Lose to Rochester By United Press IJUlo Rock and Birmingham „ »„„.,.,. LI II VI J./J l< I 1 | 1 U £1 I tl I 1 1 wore to mecl. Tuesday in an eXhi- hilion game in Biloxi, Miss. The Travelers lost to Rochester of the American Association, 0 to .! Monday. All three Peb runs came In the eighth ining when Dnve Short tripled to drive in two runs. ;.• ' Two unheralded ncwcorriers to the Atlnntn camp in Gnfhesville, I'In., have just bout cinched positions on the Cracker squad. They are First Bnsemnn Pat Petrino and Catcher Sal Fcrrara.- Outfielder Ben Cani-etIl-)1aS been playing at the number one sack, but Manager Ki Ki Cuy-ler may shift him back to the outer garden. More defensive work was on tap for the Bears i* Mobile,-Tuesday. Ragged fielding cost Mobilr Monday's game with Minneapolis. In Mncon. candidates for the Nashville club awaited the first'roster slash. Only HO of some 70 squad- men on hand will be retained Others will go to Chicago cub farms of lower grades. : CARNIVAL By Dick Turner world champion Detroit Tigers, 4, to 3. .-:<:• 'Red Win Pair Tampa, Fla., March 25—T,hc Cincinnati Reds, combining unexpected hitting power with their usual good pitching, held a 4 lo 0 lead today in their all-Ohio series with the Cleveland Indians. The series will end al Clearwator tomorrow with a double header. The Reds came from behind twice yesterday to sweep a twin- bill from the Indians, 7-3, 7-6, before 4,078 fans. COPR 1946 BY NEA SERVICE IHC T. M. REG. II. S. PAT. Off •JM( llll'lfcl* _ - Southpaws Lok Good . St. Petersburg, Fla., —Manager Joe McCarthy's desperate search for southpaw pitchers was partially rewarded today as Joe Page to reach , oe- ers took advantage of Sid Hudson's wilclness in the sixth and seventh innings to score all of their runs and gam a 5 to 3 victory over the Washington Senators yesterday at Rt. 1. 25-31 Lost or Strayed ONE Wanted to Rent 'THREE ROOM FURNISHED A- partmcnt for light housekeeping Apply Schooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll, Mrs. J.E. Schooley. 2-U Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Stores-Franchise and merchandise available now for new Associate Stores. Write or wire Kenyon Auto Stores, Dallas ]' Texas. 19.2m Help Wanted ::MIDDLE AGED LADY TO MO• ther .and keep house for two children of working mother. Three in family, small apartment, laundry sent out. Salary plus room and board, if desired Apply Mrs. Virginia Cannon, •business office. Josephine hospi- tal - 26-31 BLACK MARE. ONE SOR- ivl blaze face mare and one black horse mule. Las! seen Thursday, March 21. Notify JPI- rel Suttles or Isaac Low'mack Box SCI, O/.nn. 2fl-3t Fights last Night By The Associated Press Cincinnati — E/.x.anl Charles, 173, Cincinnati, outpointed Tee Hu- , , bert, 170, New York, (10). New York — Charley (Cabey) Cards Get Hot St. Petersburg, Fin., — The St Louis Cardinals, last-place team in the Citrus-circuit .standings two weeks ago, were riding the holes winning streak in Florida toda with eight victories in their las' rung starts. Superlative southpaw pitching b\ Max Lamer and Howie Polio marked their latest conquest yes lei-day when they squeezed by the major league form. Page hurled seven innings against the Boston Red Sox yesterday, yoilding only one run', and Wade relieved Al Lyons in the ninth inning to chill a Red Sox rally; and give the Bombers a C to 4 victory, snaping their five-game losing streak. Cubs Get Jurges Fort Laudcrdalo, Fla., •Bill" of 15 Lewis, 130, Brooklyn, stopped Patsy Giovanelli. 135, Broklyn, . (7) New Orleans — Sammv Adrac- na, MO 3-4, Pittsburgh, knocked out Louis Rou.ssue, 147 l-'2, New Orleans. ((i). Holyoke, Mass. — Bert Lytcll, 1.54, Bresno, Calif., outpointed Ihe Cocoa Kid, IfiO, Now York, (10) Miami, Fla. — Juan Serrano, ul, Havana. outpointed Eddie Meclc, 101, Macon, Ga., (10). St. Louis — Art Cooper, 130 St -oiiis outpointed Paul Jackson! 131, New York ,(8) iP n Vvl" n , fl ~ Sammy Socrect, '50, Pittsburgh, outpointed Irish Billy Walcr, 154, Portland, Ore. Chicago — Johnny O'Brien 1G1 Calumet •City. 111., stopped Jimmy Crow, ICO, Danville, 111., (0). By United Press Boston — Willy Joyce, 138 1-2 tinry, Ind., outpointed Bobby Zollo, 14, r > M, Providence, R. I (10) Newark, N. 'J. — Charlie Fusari,' J., outpoint- 21-2, Tama, ... I. —Vince De Salva, 146, New York, outpointed Ralph Zanelli, 145, Providence H !.,< 101. cd 3-4, Irvington, N oe.y Poralla, 14 qua, Pa, (10). Providence, R. For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service «14E. Third St. Hope, Ark Doug pJT'V Carl Bacon \*\ I | j ones ELECTRIC CO. — for — "' House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 101 ™--,"' ~~ Frankic Carlo, 1J1, Philadelphia, knocked out Willie Weasel, 120, Philadelphia (9) Borgpnfield, N. J .— Jimmy Callura, 124, Hamilton, Out., outpoint- ed Benny May, 121, Montreal, (8) Lewiston, Me. — Bobby Pooler' 138, Portland, Me., outpointed 1'lash Dutil, 137, Lewiston, Me., mn^'cl Francis co — Tony Bosnich, ,,' ?,'?" x< rai '"-'isco, outpointed Harold Blackshear, 214, San Francisco, (10). Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J Wanted! TELEPHON All Dimensions •. — 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS PATMOS, ARK. SEE US FOR -... Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-West Hazel and Division Jurgos, 37-ycar-olcl veteran . seasons in the major leagues, mi nounccd today that ho had been o£ tercel the choice of three...jobs — conch, player or scout—by the Chi cago Cubs but had decided to take "one more fling" at ploying before hanging up his glove for good. Ho added he had not decided when he would report to the Cubs. Hank Borowy Injured Los Angeles, — Pitcher Hank Borowy, the Cubs' big winer last season and their big hope this season, was ordered 'to take it easy today after X-rays revealed that his right kidney has been' pullec out of place and is causing the periodic" pains in his right side. Doctors advised Manager Charley Grimm, however, that an opera lion would be necessary. •'.. • Tlie National League champions suffered their third defeat-In five games with the St. Louis .Browns yesterday, .as the American leaguers scored five runs, off of Johnny Schmitz in the s'cTcond inning for a 5 to 2 victory .-. Bonham Still Holds Out'-'.,. Sacramento, Calif., — Holdout Ernie Bonham, big righthanded pitcher of the New York Yankees said today that he was still a long "1 wan't lo apologize for (lie appearance of Ihe rumpus room — Elmo and 1 -were busy down here the other night thrashing out a few household .problems!" This Curious World By William Ferguson IS NOT ON THE END OF ITS FOR THE SCORPION HAS THE CREATURE'S ALIMENTARY CAUAL CONTINUES THROUSHOUT THE JOINTED SE6A\ENTS TO THE ^POISON-INJECTING way from reaching a •salary n.jiri'ir " -• — •• »*.».» N-««n i ^3 *j -ptiitt 1 v agreement wilh President ''Larry WacPhail and until the fc Yankee boss makes a belter offer "I'll stand pat right here." T Lyons Still Cold i San Diego, Calif., — Ted Lyons, 45-year-old prewar licro of [the Chicago White Sox pitching staff, acl- nilted today that at his. age it akes a littler longer to warm up n the spring. Hoping to become a."Sunday etcher for the sox this ?•' season Lyons made his debut'; on the riound yesterday only to have lookie Ralph Kiner wallop t lomer off of him to pace the Pitts >urgh Pirates to a '4 to 2 Victory t was the Sues' sixth victory ir even games with the Sox. FORCE OF HABrr^ ' Sealle, March 26 —(/P)- — j oo hoo, a bus driver, got. n-traffic icket when he parked his car on a owntown street. He left it in a bus loading zone. \S BELIEVED TO BE A MUTATION .OR CHANCE HYBRIDIZATION BETWEEN THE- THE V. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. WHERE'S ELMER ? ANSWER: Albuquerque, New Mexico. Wanted to Buy USED FURNITURE of all kinds COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 New York, March 26 — ,„ ig task of the basketball ' rule- nakers, according to the concen- us of a dozen or so coaches ac- ostcd here, is not to make any I new rules for a while but to arrive at uniform interpretations of the old ones . . . The "act of shot- ing" definition is just one of many things that puzzle the pilots who take their loams into various sectors . . . .Doc Carlson of Witt- Elmer Riplcy, who returns to Georgetown from Notre Dame next season; Harry Rabenhorst of Louisiana Slate and John Bun, former Stanford coach now at Springfield college, were among those who agreed that tho thing to do was to gather officials from all sections, stage demonstrations and then, by a give-and-take process, arrive at uniform interpretations • ... . "When I first went west the officiating was bad," Bunn explained. "So we got the coaches and officials around a table at a early-season game — before they iad lime to get mad about any- •hing — and talked over the de- ails. The improvement was remarkable." 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. AGENTS FOR Willhite Melon Seed Dodge Onion Plants Funks G Hybrid Corn Sinkers Delinted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid , „„.„ Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedeza. Alfa"lfa,7oy'BVanrand fleW grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE The Leading Seed Store -..^., 're a little small." ... So Lou manfully downed his sixth and sevenih. Fine Food The Cleveland Indians' Lou Bondreau, recognized as a champ for us sixe in the knife and fork league, took a Hying start on the ihrimp cocktails when Proxy Will larridge of the American League pssed a party in Clearwator, Fla ho other day ... On his fifth, -on shouted to the boss: •• Mr. larridge, I'm taking out that $50 me you handed me three years igo in shrimp tonight. Okay?" iarridge beckoned a waiter and ;aid: "Boy, bring Mr. Boudrcau wo more shrimp cocktails. > Sports Before Your Eyes The National Baseball Congrss has spent ijioro than $10,000 preparing for its nation-wide registration day for sandlot ball players next Saturday . . . Contrary to reports hereabouts, Coach Ben Carnevale hasn't officially left the North Carolina U., basketball team. Ben has had offers from several Ivy League colleges, but as long as he's in the navy he can't say yes or no ... Barney Bellinger, the former-decathlon chain pion, is the No. 1 bait castor 01 the Pennsylvania Fish and Game Association team . . . The all-Ohio class "A" high school baskolbal team averaged six feet, 1 1-: BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing Phone 259 Heating Hope, Ark. rage five Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject lo the aclion of the Democrallc primary elcclions this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES. W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINTON Hempsfead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEA'RDEN J. W. (SON)-JONES CLAUDE «. BUTTON 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 here last fall, and 1. C. Mishler'B eaby Gold were expected to be in the thick of competition. Others in the short field were Norwalk stable's Question Miss, lightly- Weighted under 302 pounds; Old Orchard Farm's Doodle Bug, and J. Stuarl's The Sheriff. • 4v, Tht V? h u ief su PP or t'ng feature was • l/ ll i,u race s P r 'nt with 11 entered. These included Donna ! Ray stable's Bolo Tie, lopweighled at 118 pounds Amalka, I Lov Bridge, Top Transit, Gomel and Whosydur Two other mile and a sixteenth races and four sprints, one a tfouSv panel affair for two. year'idldfe PROPOSITION to ,,' , March 26 — n.T -p olln .MacKenzie posted 8 " °" (he " "Will marry any farmer's daugh- Au r wh( l owns hor own cow and can churn butler. Signed, Desperate " MATTRESSES Remade -Like New l±A/ to , !Use Same Cot 1 — All Work Guaranteed — Pick Up and 'Deliver Anywhere 11 -Bright Bros. Mattress Co. ' Hope, Rt. 2 Phone 34-j:2 For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER For Representative Post 2 , , TALBOT FEILD,-JR. Long Runners Featured at Oak lawn Hot Brings, March 26 —((IP)) — listance performers held the spot- ighl al Oaklawh Park loday wilh six scheduled lo go postward in. .he mile and sixteenth allowance sixth race which occupied the fea- .ure spot. C. Williamson's Paducah, who las won one and finished second n his last Ihree efforls here, was he most .probable favorite. His backers expected the off-track conditions to help the chances of the cighl year-old gelding. Paducah was lo be ridden by Wendell Eads Mrs. R. .E. Emminger's lucky ireenock, winner of four races nches in height. Allenlion collece coaches who have been looking over Ihe Indiana material . . . Four Df the first -five players were sen-' ors, lo. Cleaning The Cuff • Joseph Morjosetih, who played vith St. Joseph, Mo., and St. Jo- .eph, Mich., is trying for an -outbid spot with the' Toledo -Mud- Hens. Which -means -no more Joeph .. . North Carolina has just 1 unshed what it claims is the : argest basketball tournament mder one roof — 126 teams plav- mg at Winston-Salem, N. C. • Headline in Minneapolis Star-' Journal: "Strunk, Bender impress' Kolp with mound skill." Sounds like the best thing in that line FIRST'LINE BATTERIES Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S.;Maih FOiRSALE * i ! ALL STEEL Incinerators . . $2.00 -Mc'RAE IMPLEMENT CO ; Phone '745 NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED -to 513 S. Walnut" Call us for repairs, parts " a "d supplies. We do hem- ' stitching and make button holes. BU r y> w 11 VAM^?S hange Machines. C. W. -YANCEY, Singer-Dist. 1 Phone 578R JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE F ° r Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd FRED'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE We specialize in REPAIRS ON Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, DeSoto, all General Motors Cars Phone 202 4th and Washington Loe^s Tourist Cafe-Court^ . • Featuring , Steaks • .Fried Chicken j • Barbecue • Fish t • Sandwiches "Soft Drlnki =NOW OPEN 24 HOURS ! Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe < * 'City Limits & Highway 67 Wett' ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wondo Butane Gas Phone 370 Hope, Ark. YTOIE Eusy Terms Home Institution See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Savings & 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 4ll S. Hazel 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 DR. H.T. SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co, 814 East 3rd «t PHONE 613 Repairs—Appliance* Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. Hots Cleaned end Rebuilt the factory-way. • • HALL'S HAT SHOP Hope, Ark. Phone 76 Alteration* Preiied While You Wait t '; : ii ' Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply • Real Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farm land or City Property, call or see Calvin f. Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Ajrk, Arkansas Bank Building See Us Fpi BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from (elected iflocks. Hardy, fast, grower*. Lov P.ric». FEEDERS SUPPLY £Q. 4th and U. 8t» Phone 85

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