Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 12, 1954 · Page 18
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r "^ ,-_ * "' ' V * _'- " * ' • ^ 1 "*"*-i 1 * l "srv FUNERAL HOME . . AMBULANCE A HA2teL . . . PHONE ?-2l23 AD-1 Mo. TP MOM STAR, MOPt, ARKANSAS , AH^IIS* 15, OA/V TtVV 3.50 . 10.50 4.00 12.00 4.50 13.50 5.00 15.00 DISPLAY . SOt ftet Iflch Of* for &«« hs, IfrOJUIflf W *W&»' th* one-day rot*. jdyjirtliinfl eojiy e(>te.un 5 0. nt. for ths falio*mg day. the ,,o - tion dnd to r«|ttt • odvertlslnfl • sub- , or «>un» « k en* word, Stor, Will not ttt rMborc Want Ad* unleu b oUr aHenHfin od ind Jh»n InuHldn. 7-343 1 8ft6WJi'S ddwhldWft 'Bfown fie*'newly r*decoi-ated seating capacity, fully stocked, good living for man and wife team. See Bfown at Brown's 62 frlidk stop, Stamps, Ark, 5-Bt ONfi Mfeidalre, One Ofi Washer, One Singer Sewing Machine, tone fchlffofbbe, one lawn maw- 6t, one young J-ersey mtlch cow With cflli and other odds and erttjs. Contact Mf. Ervin Whell- ingtoh, FoUt miles east of Pat fnds. , 10-3t CORNiELltJS fctffttAL ASSOCTATIOJI Largest and Oldest in South Arkafisas 1 . Call ?-5505 for out agents J16--1 Mo. Rial Estate lor Sob dOOt) thi-ee bedroom house, attic fdri, detached garage, lot 87 , * 160 ft. All in good condition. — Monthly payments $45.00 includes Instirahce] and Taxes. Located at- 1410 S. Pine. . CALL • FOSTER REALTY CO. PR 7.-4091 10-3t Exceptional values in 2 USED DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGES Fully guaranteed Oklahoma Tire & Supply !m * ^i. "^ ^%*1- ' Hap* 1l»*i fini 4 Junuiry' II, dttarrtcdn by vi B«»f •<*n c 'f^ PMSIHflV , ** |Hf|w««hbur(i, •—'-- J "lt«r r >l Hop*,' ;-Arkon«o« ' liWothbUfit, Utfor I •;'Jon»i,' Managing louor . , Dorli, Advertlilni M"n«f«f ili**,.. •» i'Jtrtii — ^t ^ «Ji».4i BlfliJ" 11 " r Acf - c • •! r/ej.tht Audit Bureau a( " "' •acres ' of timber land, Columbia County. For Information, Write," Jewell Mfints, 0380 Tl'umbull, Detroit 2. Mich. 7-6t BEAOLE pUps, 7 weeks old. Make good deer or rabbit dogs. Joe Warren,, ' Phone 7-2547. Hope Feed Company. ' ' 11-Ot THREE-.QOARTER, ton Carrier r window air condition' unit/ Phone 7-2424. * ' 12-3t CLOSING out my flock of large .Toulouse geese ~ at just $39.00. Arthur Gray, Oza'n. , 12-31 $*rVltfl« Offered MATTRES3 renovation and Inner- Spring work- Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2822, Mar. 4-tf BAR-B-CJUE chickens, ready to eat.' Bar-B-Que meats sliced for sandwiches. Burl's Bar-B-Que, Cahdy'Avenue. 12-31 For Rent 6: ROOM, house, 810 West 4lh. Phone 7-3152. . Good location. 6-t£ FURNISHED 4 rooms and bath, 'Second St., private entrance. Cal^ Mrs. W. M. Ramsey, Phone 7-3329. • 10'3t FURNISHED apartment, 3 rooms and bath. Available Aug. 11. 420 EdgeWood. Mrs. Ed McCork'le Phone * 7-3845 from 8 to 5 or 727751 after 6.- 10-3t Wonted to Buy TO -BUY Men's Used Shoes.' ReaVes , Bargain. Shop.,V,^ ,31-TF Rotes (poyobla In dd- vonc«)i ifrltr In Hope and, neighboring - K ; ,, towns— • ' mV,....<;,.., ...... „...;...;;........., .25 :... ..... vi 3.00 YOUNG growth''of 'cut over timber land. Anywhere in Southwest Arkansas. Will pay top - prices. Phone 7-2228 or see Halph Saunders. J12-1 Mo. ill-ftln/v'Hwnpstead, Nevada; ,;,Ho*ard, ond s Miller ''coun- ' n&^&iir.^.........^.......*.......'.. .85 i ,::*;,-.'. ;...-.... i.«o 'J....J '„... 2.60 ' fi;1i,."..»»i :» 4.50 ..*..*.^,**,*,.*. ..... 1.10 ,n.,,.,,;.;..... ,3,25 ....,» w -' < ^ f ' k«pr«i*nt«tlv«i: .'.Infe.; )602;'Sterltk i; S05' -"rt , $60 !»,.; - ,j?/ ''Ml*.; qT City 2, Is entitled ex- for republlcgtlon , news .'printed' In this CATTLE Frame for 1951 Ford Pick-up. L., C. Kennedy, Phone 7-8950, Hope, Arkansas., 10-3t Notice UNFURNISHED 3 room apart meht. Private bath, rent rea- sonale. 1311 West Avenue B. 10-Gt FURNISHED home and apart ment. Apply Middlebrooks Gro eery, Phone 7-3791. 10-3t THREE unfurnished rooms, pri vate bath $30.00. Utilities paid 222 North Louisiana, Phone *7 5583. 11-31 Help Wonted Pony Stars in Lead, Rain Halts Game The Hope All-Stars of the Pony loop had .1 10 to 8 lead over the Kern-Limerick boys when tain inlted play in the final inning in the stale playoffs at Little Rock last night The gamp will be continued today and if the local lads win they will play again tonight. Making- the trip were Branhan, Hairr, Eubanks. Turtle, Polk, Graves, Lauterbaclt, Watkihs. Hollis, Martin, Monts, Gilbert, Duke and Thurman. On the loebl scene last night Iluddleslon hurled the loop-lea'd- ing Legionnaires to n 8-1 decision over the Skyliners of Texarkaha to give Hope a four game league load. Monday Hope plays Ashdown here. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit Washington Boston Baltimore Philadelphia W 1. Pet. .GB 77 33' .700 75 3V ,fi70 3 72 42 .632 7 50 GO .".55 27 47 62 .451 29', •16 (M .-132 30' 39 73 .348 39 37 73 .336 40 Yesterday's Results • ' New Yoi-k 3, Philadelphia l.i Cleveland 2, Detroit. 0 , '.- Chicago 1, Baltimore 0. -,«' Boston 10-4, Washington"; 1-5 Today's Games Philadelphia at New. York ;;.C2 Washington, at Boston IS) 1 *-"' Cleveland at Detroit (Only Games Scheduled) •-' NATIONAL LEAGUE TO t LEASE/ 80 acre farm, good pasture for 25 Brpod cows, 2 broiler houses;, 5','OOQ to 6.000 ca- ppclty. ' Home, with all conve- niert'cps'. To responsible cpuple or small^family.' Sterling Cook. Old , Highway ' 07,' near,. Experi- Tn'ent'station.'Phone 7-4075. 10-3t Salesman Wonted OPPORTUNITY' for you. iBoth Ru- v 'ral and City. Localities available now for Rawlclgh Dealers, Buy on credit, Write Rawlelgh's, AKH - Q4i " WAITRESS wanted; apply 'in person only. Mac's Restaurant 40U E. Third St. 28-tt Found TWO,Chairs, which fell from.pick up truck at end of S. .Main last week. See Jones at Hope' Star. ; ... 11-3? New York j Brooklyn Milwaukee- Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh. W L 70 41 GB For Sale or Trade 2-lt |^JFairLini" ; ' t ^Arrived , |e New^t In Mem )Ve«r reerTailtfr Shop '. /*«.*» *i. >~i ,1 u^ 1 j^t^33«»' __: Inpujh to,Serye ,Y9Ul CO, " Water' fpr Sale Ark." 'For Repairs, Genuine Singer .Parts, and rental machines SINGER Sewing Center , free Estimates WUA Hope Builder's Supply Co. , Phone 7-2381 f»r Montgomery MM* ' ^ * Mflttrof» Ct. THE BEAUTY BOX ' "Air-conditioned" Open 6 days each, week . . , Operators .. . . Ruth Hoelscher, Mo^el-James and Evelyn Moore 112 .South Main PRISCOTT ROLLER RINK ,Open — 7M5 • 10 p. m, "6k*te for Health & Fun — OJd" Fair Park Preieort, Ark, REGISTERED Angus Bulls. See R. F. Butler, Route 4, Box 255, one mile old 87 highway West. ,^ri. „-, . .-I,'::';;,'-,, :;12-3t For Rent or Sole • TWO bedroom F. H. A. homo, Empty, tile floors, attic fan. $1'15. cash. Balance like rent. Sam JIartsfiekl, 1008 West Avenue B. • i'2-3t 07 • G2 4.1 -47 55 f)3 54 58 52 59 44 67 Pet. .031 .5!>8 3V. .509 13V; .482 1G',< .468 J18 3J6 20 39 73 .34^31' Yesterday's Results! Brooklyn 3, Philadelphia ^ Cincinnati B, Chicago 1 Milwaukee n, St. Loin 51 5 (Only Games Scheduled) The Negro Community "By H«len Turnar , Phone 7-6830 Or brlna Item* to Miss Turner •t Hick* Funeral Home •. - - . ly •.: Today's -Games Milwaukee at St. Louis f night i Chicago at Cincinnati ^' Only GnWcs"~Schechi1ed) COTTON STATES LEAGUE . W L Pet. GI 71 32 .039 06 SfJ .C35 5'.. 56 47 .544 15 45 fi9 .43C 26 44 5<J .427 27 El Dorado Greenville Meridian Monroe Pine Bluff Hot Springs 28 70 .26943!, Yesterday's Results Greenville 0. Hot Springs Q , Monroe 1, Pine Bluff 0 El Dorado 0, Meridian 4 (13 inr ings) (i 6 Today's Games Hot Springs at- Greenville Pine Bluff at Monroe El Dorado at Meridian The Annual Revival is in session at the Church of God In Christ an Bell St. Evangelist A. Moses of Camden, Arkansas will speak each night. The public is invited. Elder O, N. Dennis, pastor, The Texnrkana Spiritual Har- monizers will give a musical program at Rising Star Baptist Church Sunday night, July 15. sponsored by the, junior choir. The public is invited. 5HARIS TOP'S Glass Cut and Installed- Complete Repair?. New and Used Parts. Highway 67 West ONI 74767 Hope, Ark. Mrs. " Emma J. Neeley of Los Angeles, California and Mrs. Virginia Johnson and children of Linpoln, Nebr., have returned to their home after spending two Y«w'M Noy Eoting At WwiWto'oh 'Pj? 8*n$it try * f ft^ m«!rt» " %.\ifi »i !«#%' V^ TOE OAKS SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Mew Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis Little Rock Mobile Nashville W 74 50 :!397 72 52 *5G1;;2 09 54 .501 • 4>A 03 60 .S1210'/2 62 60 ,50811 52 72 .41922 52 73 ,416 49 72 I f t 1 1 J 1 / B / u, I] ''J • Trucks Needs Three to Win 20 Games By BEN PHLEGAR Associated Prftss Sportswrlter At an a^a when most fast ball itchers are relaxing with their ress clippings, Virgil <F i t e> rucks of the Chicago White Sox s blazing his way to his best sea* oh in the majors. The 35-year-old speed merchant eecls only three fnors victories td qual his previous high, of 20. in is present form this looks like a inch. /'•',?. Truck.-*,- -'Who broke into organ- led ball 'in 1038 ahd reached the ig limcKih l!)4l has been the sen- ation of' the American League the ast two"' Seasons. After a miser- ble- 5-19 record with Dclroil in 952, he posted 'a brilliant 20-10 nark last year, dividing Ms serv- :es between Ihe old. £t. Louis Jrowns (5-4) and tho White Sox 15-C). His work won him top hpnor? i the Associated Presi! ftofi for he "Comeback of th.; Year." Except for 1052 Trucks has been sonsistent winner. From in his ad year wo of his victorias were o-hitters. Last season, when ho cached 20 for the -first time, lie /on his 17tn game on Aug. »23. He >itched five shutout's over last year. P Now he's 12 days ahead of that k pafie. He whipped the Baltimore si Orioles 1-0 yesterday for his 17f.li si triumph and his fifth shutout C against five setbacks. r. Trucks gives full credit for his T improvement to Manager Paul r Richards of the Sox. )' "It's a real pleasure tr. work > for him" Trucks said. "I feel I'm '•- nothing better than to win 20 agaih." Trucks' performances 36 far this season include two one-hitters, against Boston May 1 nhd -Detroit July C. The Orioles reached him for nine but their most serious . •threat fizzled, in the eighth when Minnie Minofio mads a fine running : catch of Jim BHrteweser's lohfe foiit liy> with the bases loaded and two out. Bob Kuzava, making his first ap fiearahee for Baltimore since leaving .the Now York Yankees. Was charged with the Idss. - The White Sex failed to gain in the pennant race since Cleveland and the Yankees alsi won. The Indians edsed Detroit 2-0. Now York beat Philadelphia 3-1. Boston pounded Washington 101 in an afternoon game but lost to Ihe Sen- ptors at night 5-4. Cleveland leads the Yfinkoea by three games ahd the White Sox hjr seven. " In the National League the Brooklyn Dodgers clipped the id'.e New York Giants' lead to 3'/2 games with a 3-2 squeaker over 1 wish -to thank my many friends for the fine vote and support in the August 10th election. CLAUD H. SUTTON •-••'.. Pol. Adv. Paid for by Claud H. Button •*, ' £ *• B O •% SUPER W mm MARKET •:'.0|. D DIAL 7-4501 l . • .-.''••'.' ' • ' " '•:-.', . Shop in Comfort, where it is nice and cool. We Feed the Parking Meter for You. ...;.,„ ; MAYFI ELD Corn and Tomatoes 303 Can IOC Mellorine 'FRE-ZERT •.•' CREAM • 1/2 Gallon ,49C UPTON'S MRS. LIBBY'S TEA TUCKER Peaches Vi L s<* • Sliced ,& Halves 1/4 Lb. 3Lb.Can 2 - 2 J2 Cans 27c 85c 55c SARDINES 2 \&. 15c lift |,<r -,*,•*' ' --.. h^f'i*-,s* ,•;/,; •*•>.*.. "• •, *> >-• -- - "* -•• -;~ '* *<.' g* Thursday, August 12, 6LON6II title} Slim's ''Gassing" Game Nobody's running out of gas around town these days T- not since' Slim Thomas started his "Guess how much it. takes and your tank full free" contest. "Used to be a guy would come in and ask for a dollar's worth," Slim says. "But that doesn't tut his gas bill any. He just has to fill up again sooner—and maybe not here. "Now everybody takes a guess," explains Slim," "and fills up. You'd be surprised how many people guess right, but it pays off anyway in new business." j' Frotti ifrhere I sit, guessing is all right ; — sometimes. But most businessmen can't afford to fruess —- they've got to be as right aa they can be. That's why our beer retailers go all out to co-operate •.. voluntarily in the Self-Regulation Program the Brewing Industry sponsors by keeping their ' places clean and orderly. They know it's right because of the full measure of good will they get from you and me. .... ,t (Copyright/Arkansas Division, .United States Brewers Foundation, 1954V . ; Yesterday's Results Little Rock 6, Birmingham 3 Mobile 4, Chattanooga 3 UC innings) -.. .. . : . New Orleans 3-4. Nashville 0-9 Memphis 11-4, Atlanta 7-'3 ' v FOR SCHOOL BUS PAINTING SEE JORDQN'S BODY SHOP 600 S. Walnut Today's Games Birmingham at Uttla Rook- Mobile at Chattanooga New Orleans at Nashville i2) Atlanta at Memphis (2) Coff it Service Sfption TIRMITIS Termit* Control Co " -"fyji'I." A, O.MIOPLtl KS Jr. Byers Woterrnclon Stond S,CURVE 3rd Watch Repair Gtjqrqnteed Pre- School ,Sp^cial, Bring-yoyr wptch in Keith's Jewelry For Cemtjlete Parts and and Ford Tractors JW)4b'8KWjrW» ii Tr««tr Co, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American Association Charleston 6, Kansas City 1 Columbu.3 6, Indianapolis 3 St. Paul 7, Toledo 4 Only games scheduled Texas League Houston 3, Dallas 0 ; Oklahoma City -1, Beaumont 2 Tulsa 3, Shreveport 2 Fort Worth 3, San Antonio 0 For.t Worth 3, San Antonio . 12 innings A man who would we^igh 19i pounds flt the north pole wouli weigh only 189 pounds if he stooc on the .equator because the centr fugal force, of the turning eartr would counter-act gravity. weeks visiting their sistej-.. Mrs Effie G. George, und other rela twes. Mr. and Mrs. Pan Hamiltoi and family left Thursday wher they will visit relatives in St Loul Mo., Chicago, JU., Omaha, Nebr petroit, Mich., ami New yor City . Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson Mrs. Frances Carter o,nd grand$o spent the week-eud visiting Mi find Mrs. O. B. Qwtw la Kousjon RITZ CRACKERS i Lb. ; 31c Hominy BUSH BEST-. 3 - 303 Cans 25c Chicken of the Sea TUNA FISH Can 33c FLOUR Light Crust ' 5 Lbs- 47c 10 Lbs. 89C 25 Lbs. 1.95 SWEET FROST FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 2^ z 45c APPLES For Baking and Cooking 3 U. 25c GREENS HOME GROWN IOC Btihch TALL KORN BACON DDC Pognd STEAK T-8QNi ( RIB & SIRLOIN Paynd, Stew Meat |9C BISCUITS CAN <3 For A,VC LETTUCE 2;u» 25C SUNKIST •LEMONS DO? •••'•' 29c 100% PURE Ground Beef 33C Pound CHUCK ROAST 35c llth Shop Barry's and SAVE!!! KMOW I'M "SUPPOSED TO BE PLAVIN6 OBRVTWINS- IS SO GOOD AT THIS BASEBALL/ I CAM'T / ..V 1 ' MRS. TUCKERS — 1 LB. CAN FREE 9 Rolls Delsey Tissue $1.00 SPECIAL POTTED MEAT Can 5c Lb. Box Nabisco Crackers 25c I FOLGERS Lb. Can 2 Lb. Jar Pure Arkansas Honey 39c NO. 1 WHITE Lb. 5c Cantaloupes large size each lOc FRESH Lb. 10c Corn, Fresh large ears 6c EXTRA SPECIAL 2 •"• 25* Stew Meat, Brisket or Rib Ib. 19c GROUND BEEF Lb. 25t Beef Roast, Chuck Ib. 29c FRESH NECKS AND 1 ;^PP^ ™ 9ljp flflp^RT^pl.lIf^R,-W^P,. (P^- .. '..'- .'.. .. W.. - ^^ •• Mixed Sausage \ Ib. 25c ROUND V P RHJP'^Wi GROClRf & MARKET 111 South Main Cb»ne7>4404 I ?\ K . n 'V" Sea Life ACROSS 54 Termini 1 Marine animal** i£fjL p ^ h 6 New England 56 Not as much food fish DOWN Vft 8 Game fish i Apertures 12 Learning 2Dyestuff 13 Drink made 3 Ascended With malt 4 French plural 14 Individuals ; article "...,, 15 Egyptian 5 Walking stick 20 Harshest' ' 38 Watered goddess e Genus of true 23 Everlasting 40,Sudanesf 16 Born . 0 n V es (poeti)-.' 1 " 1 '•••''.Negroids:.-'' 17 Fail to hit : ; 7 Forest 'SSEmbelHshe^ .'^^Wast^nd. ;: ;i8It is (contr.) • • cren ture ' 7 Bibllcafrnarne -^4 female;hoi'te JlSFruits _ 8Male cat ')kite's end'---'v 45.(Joddes*.Of '"••:. •21 Female saint gXccord •••• • j Black- ;; —'- ,: : '" ; q^o)fd,--.•''• .A- (ab.) loCuddle'' - viwBeprWitii^-fS.dheckis.-Won:)',. «%2Jeer % llOnaeers , 36Hounded 50B&byl,bnian - ; 24-Impleraents 19 Ostentation -37 Daubs ' ' .V-'deity, •;!-: : ;. ; .;-' i26'Penetrate ' - •••••••• v' ..".'- ••'. ,.:•,::"..; •••:••,•-.•.• ! 28 Tin-lead alloy ^Summer (Fr.) ' JSO'Scottish alder isi'&ebel (ab.) ia2Teminine i. appellation. j 3ft Spiritual j nourishment ISSNativesof .,. 38 Companions i 39- Appears ! .4j; \Vorthless ;"•! table 'scrap •42 Social insect 4fr Scottish •"""sheepfold ' :'(•' •, -i I If COME RIGHT. IN AND ?.! Vi : /- v GET DRESSED-THE ES HAVE INVITED NOW t DON'T HAVE TO l put uty i Ht (o>iiUt»t *}• t CLOTHES 1 MAvB.FRO'M J * WORRY ABOUT GETTING . ) - MU£>OH'MY SMOES AND SOAKING NW CLOTHES T/yav I By J. ft, Wllllami VIC FLINT gfgtrgpiiir .-' '.^^w^^lWWVii^-wLM-AW ^^^^^ ^-. - ^AssSSS:-.'--4ii«P_» WASH TUBES y^mtm®Mmmm J5?.(A, POTTeR,ffl; IMOOLEMT &OM OF TH6 MOTEO INOU£ ._ &POTT6P-IM A-'MlfiHTCUllR BV.V-, MOTORIOU5 GNABtBR NICKV ORTH; Wifh Major Hoopla OUR BOARDING HOUSE . BOOTi AND HER BUDDIES ,76$ Endure .51 Skater's >w-' paradise ••' ..... '(comb, fotm) :,53Tb,be.(Fr,) CARNIVAL By Dick Turne V iu"<3S BUNNif .• -^,,u, .',,, FOR YOU, MR. WALL.gg=.»,,. i^t^rSC'S,:^. By Hcr$hberge» FUNNY BUSINESS ^mmm^ T. M. R«». U. S, P«U Off, Copr. 1854 by NEA S«nlci, Inc '."Of course I'm playing cpwboy! What are you" playing — j ' j golfer?" ' ' >, > ! By Galbrolth SJDE GLANCES ^VouMr appreciate the early American atmosphere jVife^ • ••'•'' giving "this place! /-MA;' By Nodine Seller TH* STORY OF MARTHA WAYHi.. wt tejt ' w«»t Nr t» postman with h»r OJ4 love lettfI!!^ , ' --, t ,.,.,,,....^»».«f

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