Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 29, 1954 · Page 11
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•'- *"«•« ^-t -rre-i t '--'s^iVef STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ttnirtdoy, July 29,. 1954 ^ ASSIFIED i Hurt B* ta OffiM bty Before Public*li<* M& i- -% ¥H $ Mfi-wfcwV' 1 * NiilrM:! i,ii50'ia.oo s.u ( SllfltD tl^PiiAY r * „ ' ' f f i •&&.,_ * *_ii ti> ..00 4.50 5.00 J ar tt~ai,t**,*tff Hip* n«»f; ; i»rtw itar -The , . r , t oliiuf Str««» I Arfcanlai.M.. i Edftor ft Publlitor For Sole HMO ipwer lily feulbs. $1 per , <je»ltaJd. U'lthlh Arkansas. Chea- pet here, Arthuf (3ray, Ozan, • - ' , Jfuljr 8-1 Month ttdat afld tfailer at 1S ee at 1014 West 5th St. .'.- - 28-31 USED values In REFRIGERATORS i Piilly guarahteed Okldhomd Tire & Supply IB AJND 100 pound melons, See A. '&,« Goodwin, RoBston, Route 3, *~»t%. miles -"West Willisvllle, 29-6t cow^, four years old. See J. L, Laihb oh old 67 west, ohe mile oil*. , 20-31 Wanted to Buy tO Men's Used $hoes. Re&ves ' ' 31-TF gr6wth of cut' over timber 'Anywhere In Southwest Arkansas, Will pay top prices. Phone 7-2228 or see Ralph Saunders. . J12-1 Mo. Real Estate for Sole n' Rakes (0dydbf« In ad- J #>v&rte$)r >ir 'i* * In Hope arid neighbori " -- ~ n " *Jt.^,7 ,25 ' .«... M.l.t.,,^,,!^ ,13,00 In Hempstea^,., Nevada, ! )WQrd,; and Miller • coun- i»......„.„.......,.„..,..... 1.60 ", ,' i •* * * ^ Vsfk.t'vs 1 »n Jin W'r:» ry WW*) 1'iS :-, . • 650 ' THE UNITED FARM AGENCY Office at Boley's Court 2 Miles West Hope on U. S. 67 WE^NEED FARMS TO SELL . . • COAST-TO-COAST ADVER* TISING ON EVERY FARM r Wp,LIST. -"i "Our sales'recjords prove that WE" GET RESULTS. FRANK C. DuSHANE v/, Broker " R. C. MAY ?" v Salesman *r* r ^ ^ i t -rvwst i • Neither of us have any business connection y,'ith any other 'office in Hope, " and -.no one else has any authority to claim any connection with "UNITED FARM AGENCY". W&SEL15REAL ESTATE ONLY -•**• 1 23-6t , Inc.; 1602 Sterlck hlcra, .Term.;, ^505, .Texas pal!c£Jf2/ I«xgsj t ^60 N. Tt"W ffflV ^MWftlVIVH PffOT* related Press is -entitled ex'&to",the/use for republicatlon ..^ w *..P^j ed .Jn_tbi», Announcements fill n*f i* atrthoHttd to ta- fcttffiefe ihit ib« following **i ewsdlditei far subtle office *ub* Jeet to the tetlott of the Demo- WMtlc utitn*«r «lectloM. l»df Cbunty Clerk AttWOLO JT. MiODLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONEOTE) BYERS AfttHUR ANDERSON Services MATTRfiSS i-fenovation aftd Spring work Cobb Mattress Co. 818 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tt iheflff and Collector JIMMY COOK CLAUD H. BUTTON Alderman Ward Thr«« ». L. Rfif tlO A. P, DELONEY for Prosecuting Attorney HOYCE WE1SENBERGER tRAVis MATHIS Aldermen Ward Four CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY Alderman Ward Two • JOHN S. GREENE T, O. (TOP) PORTER Alderman Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State 8rnat« 7th District OENE LEE Dn..F. C, CROW For City Attorney C. V; NUNN, JR. Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE 2ND & HAZEL AMBULANCE PHONE 7-2123 J7-1MO. HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansds. Call 7-5505 for our , agents J15-1 Mo. Help Wanted ONE or two waitresses. Apply • in person at Diamond Cafe. 27-3t WAITRESS wanted, apply in person only. Mac's Restaurant 409 HEREwIS the best house-buy that has-been offered in Hope this year^'l large bedrooms roomy closet's, beautifully'finished in- ••tei'ior, nearly new, garage, breezeway, attic fan, floor fur- nace'landscaped 180 foot front. Large oak trees, close Junior- Senior, High. If you really want, ,, one *of Hope's nicest homes at a ' HVt feal savings — see us quick. Will finance FHA pr GI. LIEBLONG REALTY CO. Phone PR 7-2228 29-3t E., Third St. 28-tf BAR B k Q order Chicken ready to eat $i..15. Sandwiches made to order 3 for SI.00. Hot Dogs with chili, 2(lc Burl's Bar B Q Candy Avenue. 28-4t SOMEONE to cut pasture, $1.50 per acre, $2:50 per hour or 5c a bale. P. G. Lewis, P. O. Box 47. Emmet, Ark. 27-Gt For Rent 2 BEDROOM, unfurnished apartment, nice neighborhood, 008 S. main. Phone 7-3205. 28-3t FURNISHED 4-room jjarnge'apart- mcnt. Telephone 7-2205. 29-tf NATIONAL LEAGUE New Yoi-k G3 36 .G36 :• Philadelphia 47 48 . .495 14 Cincinnati ' ' 49 51 • .490 St. Louis 47 .1.1 ' .4GO 14',i Chicago 40 3(5 ,,418 21'i Pittsburgh ?,1 07 . »316 31 \' 3 Baltimore; 2, Washington 1 Cleveland 2, Boston 1 COfTON ISTATES LEAGUE W I, Pet. G3 El Dorado Greenville Meridian Monroe Fine BluCf Hot Springs 59 56 50 40 37 26 30 33 39 51 52 03 .603 .629 3 .562 9 .440 20 410 22 .292 33 Yesterday's Results Meridian 7, Hot Springs 1 Pine Bluff G, El Dorado 4 Greenvil'.-j 1, Monroe 6 By The Associated Prtfes AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Charleston 7-3. St. Paul 5-4 1st Came 10 ihnings Toledo 3, Indianapolis 0 Columbia 11, Minneapolis 0 Louisville at Kansas City .postponed TEXAS LEAGUE Tulsa 9-2, San Antonio 4-4 Yesterday's Results New York 10, Si. Loui.?' 0 Philadelphia 3, Cincinnati'; 2 Brooklyn 3, Chicago 1 . \ Milwaukee 6, Pittsburgh 4 'V SOUTHERN New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga. Memphis Little .Rock Mobile Nashville ASSOCIATION W L P,ct. GB •04.. 45 .587:, 63 45 ' .553 '<, 62 46 .574 I',;. 58 5 .537 5'/> 52 5.o .486 11 48 62 .436 16 Va 44 66 .400 20V' 2 41 63 .394 2Qi/j "Yesterday's '.Results ' '. " . ,.',. Atlanta 8, Memphis 3 Birmingham 15, Little Rock 3 Chattanooga 4, Mobile 3 _ Nashville at New -Orleans (2) Postponed, wet grounds; AMERICAN LEAGUE ' *• W L Pct)<,pB Notici VOTE Boley!s,all rieiy, "All air con- .djtioned," court. When guests or vjourists if(%iiir'e. 4 people $5.00. - • i. July 3-1 Mo, C. B.<ppCKER y Y, Hobby Shop, bar- .gain' ' jri hand made furniture, porch swings, porch and lawn furflitj-tre, Boat building and repairing- 222 East Third St.. Hope, ' X ,' , ,27-St WILL turn to responsible party, Spinet Piano, . Famous make, .' -excellent ^condition. $40,00 will bandies de"nl, then assume small monthly payments. Contact CREDIT MANAGEU,' JOPLIN PIANO COMPANY, 3)2 MAIN ( JOPLIN, MISSOURI. ' 28-4t Lost RED whlte-faced.qow. Muley head. 5 years old, yellow tag in ear #391. Lost July 13. Liberal re' ward "for information, i Quy -Martin, Patmbs, Phone 7-2035. " . 29-Gt Cleveland New York Chicago Washington Detroit Boston Philadelphia Baltimore . 29 .689' .667 .620 .441 241,'a .438 25 ,400 28V. .368,31'/: .^57 '33 Yesterday's Results .... Detroit 10, Philadelphia 2 diNew York 7, Chicago' 5 equipment, rent cheap, chests, tables, trays, ice water keg, electric sfve, lights, Boley's Court. > .«, i- , 28-Ot BOX , ' Open ;6 days each week '',"•"• OpfeVjators . . » Ruth Hoelscher, piodel James and Evelyn Moore 112 South Main REPHAN'S E, O. M. See the many money saving buys in summer merchandise we have. Come in and shop the entire store fop all.the famliy. DRESSES Ladies sunback dresses that are cool for this hot weather. , VALUES TO $2.93 PRESCOTT ROLLER RINK Open — 7:45 • 10 p. ITU ''Skate for Health & Fun — Young. 4 Old" fair Pork Preseprf, Ark. W£$TWN SHARES '^ TOP'S Glass Cut an Installed. Complete Repairs. New and Used Parts. Highway 67 West Dial 74767 Hope, A"*, BOYS SHIRTS i^ i •, These are Tom Sawyer T Shirts ' in knit and Terry cloth. White, solids and stripes. Sizes 2 to 6. 1 Regular 98c values You'll Enjoy ioting At ation LADIES SHOES One big group of ladies summer shoes including flats, wedge heels, and casuals, Values to 4.98 Men's Straws Cool summer dress straws that are real values. Finish the summer with one of these, Values to 3.95 A few $5.00 Straws Only 3.59 ,- UPIES BITTER DRESSES Ladles don't,_ miss the?e value?. Nationally advertised Besses in reguiqr ond hglf sizes/ Values to 10.93 . , , Now Waldo Comes to Hope for Game Tonight Hope Legionnaires will again play tha strong Waldo Giants at Fair park tonight starling at 8 o'clock. Earlier this week the local Pony loop All-Stars bested Prescott's team 8 to 6. Scores last night: Hope Builders 8. Hope Basket 7. First Nat'l Bank 0, Hope Auto 4 Tdp Radio Programs NEW YORK I/PI— Selected po- gams tonight Radio: NBC G ~ Rov Roeers Show; 7 Adventures New York Madison Sqvare Gar- |o{ ^g^ p impene i ; 7..^ Eddie den George Johnson. 154, Tren-1 Cantor show. CBS — G Meit Milton, N. J. outpointed Bobby Jones, i lie; 6:30 That's Rich; 7:30 ^'-- 1 « c*\ A t~*f"*_- ^ • '<{} Fights Last Night By the Associated Press Thursday, July 29, 1954 HO PI STAR:, HOPE, ARKANSAS BLONDie By Ctilek YMMf OtARK mi 157, Oakland, Calif., 10. Rome, Italy—Tiberio Mitri, 161. [aly, stopped Gordon tlj.zell, 133, ingland, 5. Las Vegas, Nev — Neal Rivers, Nocturnal birds and animals and fish living in dark sea depth often have large eyes to better catch the faint light. Beaumont 0, Dallas :"; Shreveport 4, Fort Worth 1 Houston 8, Oklahoma City 1 TO THE VOTERS OF HOPE AND HEMPSTEAD COUNTY I want to take this opportunity to sincerely ';. thank each of you for the nice vote and splendid support that you gave^me in Tuesday's election. • I would like at this time to ask each of you for your continued support and vote in the run off on August 10th. I know that with .your help I will be your next Sheriff and Collector. . Again let me say Thank You, and I will try to see each of you before August 10. JIMMIE COOK CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF & COLLECTOR Pol. Adv. Paid for by Jimmy Cook Moore Bros. Serving You Since 1896. FREE DELIVERY — DIAL 7-4431 Pure Gr. Beef Lbs. Sliced Bacon TRAY PACK Veal Cutlets ( Mix Sausage Lbs. Pork Chops Rib Steaks c 25 Ibs. HELIOTROPE FLOUR 4 Ib. Carton PURE LARD 4 Rplls SOFT TISSUE Half Gallon ICE CREAM 303 Can TOMATOES 303 Can ENGLISH PEAS ^ 303 Can BLACKEYE PEAS larg02}C«nPEACHiS Frozen ORANGE JUICE No. 2 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 10!b, Sock SUGAR 3»39c 3-79c Carson Show AGC — 5:30 Silver Eagle; 7 Sammy Kay's Serenade. MBS — 6 Official Detective! 6:30 Crime Fighters; . 7:or> Edward Arnold Story. 57'i, Las Vegas, stopped Cordell The blink of a human eye ,,h P ; inn. ncno. 4. 'last as long as half a second. The blink of a human eye can FINAL CLEARANCE LADIES SHOES All summer shoes have been regrouped and repriced. Good selection of casuals, pumps, sandals in a variety of colors. $1 $2 $3 $4 CHILDRENS SHOES 'Good selection of sizes, styles and colors. Some styles are suitable for back to school wear. Moccasins and Sandals. $2.00 and $3. Men's and Boys' SHOES Save now on these summer shoes. Can be worn now and for early fall. $4 $6 $8 Little Boys SHOES Leather and mesh trim, solid leather. Loafers and oxfords. $3.00 SHOE 'STORE HO^E tj L I DON'T SEE WI-lV \,, THEY HAVE TO MARE ) ALARM CtOCKS Y SO STURDY -f i * ^ --•-'•-^- OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WllltaM- In the Union ACROSS 3 Telegram 1 "Tall Corn 4 Toughen State" 5 Fish 6 "Sucker «C Native of State" (ab.) Latvia '8 "Beehive • 7 Acquire S{ a t e '' knowledge 12 Twirl 8 Concord 13 Scottish river 9 Trial I .: Z5 W WE DELIVER B&B SUPER MARKET DIAL 7-4501 SPECIALS FOR YOU THIS WEEKEND SHOP-IN COMFORT WHERE IT'S COOL ,' • • v ..- - . • " . ': FRE ZERT MELLORINE 1/2 sou-. JELLO Assorted Boxes SUGAR Pure Cane Lbs. WHITSON PINTO BEANS Zb t .*) e3 I •$> 164 Rip i 65 Mall drink . ! 66 Accomplishes 57 DOWN j 1 Devotees , __2jGem ___ CARNIVAL 50 m . 3& 6 . 10 ;**,--","'•-"" i granaparenis 30 "Buckeyt .49 Writer of 15 Mountain P°°IH,AI this place State". .poetry 16 Greek letter lg p riority 31 Lease' 6<! Italian coins 17 Bavarian river ( pre nx) 32 Concludes '51 Lohengrin's 18 Repose 21 Eyes (Scot.) 35 The dill bride 20 Railroad 23 Snare 41,Expunger , 52 Earth • ; bridge 25 Western state 42 Legal point.-• S4 Stranger. 22Craft ( . lb ) 44 Drunkard (cotvib. form) 24 Beginner 2fi Entrance 45 Pared »5 Poker stake .• 25 Visitors 27 For fear that 47 The Missis- 56 Observes, 29 Noisy sound 2 8 Winter vehicle sippi 59 Golf mound in sleep : 33 Poem 34 Wingllke part 36 Fowl , 37 Fairy fort I 38 Writing tool j 39 "Hoosier j State", (ab.) i 40 Musteline I mammal I 43 Autocrats i 46 Crimson (48 Pedal digit I 49 Gratifies ; 53 Biggest state 1 57 Lubricants , 58 Land parcel i60 Smooth •61 Gaelic •62 Bind ' 63 Grafted (her.) By biek Turner HUNTS PEACHES 2 ^ 49c Mrs. Tucker 3 Can ODC GRAPETTE GE kes Gallo 24c BEVERAGE 1 Pt. Bottle Makes Gallon Pint Bottle Scot Tissue 2 Rons 19c Pet and Carnation Cans EURBYS SPECIAL DRESSING Oz. 35c pt 67c WHOLESUN ORANGE JUICE 2 FRESH PEACHES Lb. BANANAS Lbs. 27e LETTUCE Extra Large Heads 2 Lbs. LEMONS Sunkish Doz. RID HOT MEAT SPECILS Peckers— Fine for Boiling Bacon Ends 2 u 45c Ground Beef Lb. 33c SIRLOIN - CLUB gnd T-Bone St|>¥ Meat Lb 19c Chuck Roast Lb. 35c "Quigley likes to use it on those drivers who don't dim thei,r lights 1 ,". SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith .TALL KORN BACON *ft iW SSSk,^^^ \ ^^BCrrs^ETH,^ i./' HIM AW THROWIM 1 ( HAS TO BE t>DWE WITH // ' \ !•'•'•• ^_ _ . ,._i^ \ . ^ . It I t 1 It i>H * I A i'>•.£*- ,. -' fl,'i\ HIM O wL' I AW h ^ I HIM ' ,-'< V'V---' ^S& "-"^^ OS ^ ^kTAM-^AftTa HIM WITH US'. . . HAMMICK. WITH FIEUP GLASSES/ With Major QUR BOARDING HOUSE FUNNY BUSINESS Vie FLINT tHev./ ^CUBICLB PO« ecrruf*. WE'VE SOT TtfTHlNk HOW P10 TWO U01E6,WHO V OW \ CWAfi HERB 'TO •/ W HAP IHTBRVIEW PKrAKfiV OUWTlOH R6COSNIZEP OME H6R6? OF 'Eli\ PROW, WeW& PHOTOSl THEM IDEU-\CR1IAINMS1 TIR60 BOTH IM Trt& ROOUE5' GN.LEP.Vl '** * ^i BOOTi AND HER BUDDIES so SHE -v\\\K>ys\'L • - »".' A^'&i&/j^WMim BUGS BUNNY , ' fi L 'VT* ! r ' » " ; ' c , t . «t 4 5 ' \ ,' .^* ^ v . , ' A HOW'MANV TIMES DO T'TELUV/^KIOT T' SLIDE DOWN DID sou ^ sues? ) ALLEY OOP back and see if hi •. -• / •'•• •' '.me SWEETIE PIE ° r 1 *' By Nodine SeUer Jti'' THE 5TPRY OF MARTHA WAVNf . .^™ *' * >>. . l'>ji

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