Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 24, 1954 · Page 12
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; ^ v > *, •: f- • I* 1 ' ' ;^^^« ,5?^ ^W?K-j-r^ flv,v*,f \ / HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ^ .1 WWsdayj Atfgwtf H IS §4 -ry v^r^fr w; 1 ^j *" s ^ """ , 3 ». ' * ^ * 1 f •*> *^*?* H6f»t STAR, HiPI* § rfifdrri ; house, gar- afe, : .vacant Aug. 24th. .Convenient to grocery, churches, and school. Phone Pr. 7-3578. 18-6t bttf irtcft ' per Inch «..;;... 50t p*f Inch, K>V» orft tot ton- Irliflutof or Day copy -uwil S p. m. for rtW»;ih« followlna day. blith*«, l fBsetvd Ihe MQW rt ertlsemenu of- <Srtd to fe|ect CAUTION Don't overlook the Pro-Labor TIRE SALE Get o new .lire & tube for less than the regular cost of a new tire r.t ' Oklahoma Tire & Supply SX-OT, one vt IHWIW l«t*fi| SK figures iUiH M house or 6' nurnbers count as one word. ' aft Star will «*>t ba r«fX>rv. SrW* m Wont ,'Adt .unlesi .Ff tolled to 'our attention KS'TJlrttSrtipiii Of ad ond th«n '7-3431 eStar rttt „,„.„,, <tt6ekday afternoon by T/R PUDLISHING CO. .,..,,j,v e, 'Miner/ 5f«*ld*rtt klM. >M. ,WoshburnV Socy-Trt*. Star BUtldlrtfl »; Walnut Str«rt ' Publlilwr Jone»,^Monoglna Editor y»ovl«;-'Ailv«rtl»lnfl MOBOBW Supt. , < , ^ rterfldKai «eond; elasi„ matter at S6ffie*!*ar, 1 Hope,- Arkantai, March 3, 1897. berVof 'the Audit 1 Bureau of , ' i Rates-, (payable In ad. ' Vance):, ir'iin.Hopo and neighboring 'ek' 1 ' V/A OWS ~ , 25 sSnall <',ln* Hempstead, Nevada, ifte, Howard, and Miller coun- ^ :..... rtthls..,.! ,. .65 1.60 2.60 4.50 £»*u* J «^' ' T fith. ..,.v..........',-.»" " hs 'i 1.10 3.25 ...„ ' 6.50 .„•„;. 13.00 Rtpresantativci: ... inQ,r 1602 Sterlck ...-,,— '2, 'TennJ; 505 Texai art Dallas, 2, Texas; 360 N. r ,.,Ave;; Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. ;KNew,-Yor|< 17, N. Y,; 1763 •rt, -,B|dg,, ' Detroit 2, ' Mich.; ij7Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, L , Tho Auoclated ._. ^xl.Bress V'entltled ex- 8yelyJ'tol>ihe,use for republcation >l|-the/local-news printed m : this St>aper,v as' well as all AP news 1'Repairs, Genuine Singer rental machines 44 ACRE farm, 1 room modern ottse. Afnisle water supply. Stocked br trhstocked. Total price $11.000. $3.006 down, balance In payments of $800 per year at 5% interest. Oren L. Harris, Hope, 23-3t NOW vacant, remodeled five room house with bath, adjacent to up»towrt district For particulars, call Foster Itealty Co. Pr-7-4691. 23-31 ilAGlC Chef table-top gas range, divided top. Excellent condition. $36.. Garage Apartment, Experi ment Station. 24-3t Notice PEOPLE. $100; all refrigerated nir, innersprings, foam pillov/s, C. E, Boley "all new court." Trailer, $1.00. References, Citi- "zcns .And 'National Bank. A-14-'m for UNFWttNISMETJ 3 room apartment, private bath. Convenient to churches, school, Phone Pr. 7-3578. 18-61 UNFUftNISHED 3 ; room apart- rrteht. Private bath, rent reasonable. 1311 West Avenue B. Phone 7-3090. 20-01 FtfRNISHED apartment. Apply Middiebrooks 7-3701. Grocery. Phone 21-3t 4 ROOM cottage, bath, water, lights, good condition, on high- Way close in. Phone 7-2071. 21-3t FURNISHED home apply Middlebrooks Grocery. Phone 7-3791. 23-31 FURNISHED 2 room apartment, private entrance, electric refrigerator, and washing machine. Utilities'paid. Phone 7-3193. 23-31 3 UNFURNISHED rooms 1 . Private bath. $30.00, utilities paid. 222 N. La. St. Phone 7-3583 23-31 LARGE 7 room Unfurnished house. Conveniently located near school and churches. Two blocks from town. Call 7-2450. 24-tf Braves Have 8Dayst6<3et Into Title Pix By BEN PHLEGAR Associated Press Sports Writer The Milwaukee Braves have eight days left to get back into the National League, pennant fight. After that it will be too late. The big tests start tonight when Philadelphia moves into County Stadium in Milwaukee for the first of thre games. Then comes New York for two games and Brooklyn for 'our. A sweep would make the Br'aVes 1 dangerous contenders, A misstep anywhere along the path couM be the end. Last week should be edged in black on Milwaukee calendars Only sevan day« ngo the Braves were a more 314 games out of the lead and owned a nine-game winning streak. Then came four losses in six games and now they're 7',2 behind. Although faced 1 with a rea' V" to stay in first division the Phillies Philadelphia have had a lot to say already about' 3 ROOM unfurnished apartment. Mrs. R. L. ' Taylor, 815 W. Oth. 24-3t UNFURNISHED house near high UNITED • FARM AGENCY . Local Office Moved to THE OAKS TOURIST COURT Effective August 19 WE NEED FARMS TO SELL Frank. C, DuShane or R. C. May INSURANCE.. 2ND & HAZEL . Licensed & Bonded to give a Square Deal to All. 17-Gt Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inner spring work- Cobb Mattress Co. 816 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf BELT and Button Shop moved to 118 E. Avenue C. For your sewing needs call-7-4450. Mrs. Othe' Lively. 24-3t BRING me your sewing. Price reasonable. Mrs. Fred Camp, 1002 West Ave. B. Phone 7-2119. 24-3 Tru-Tone CAR RADIO 5 Tube Radio $44.95 Western Auto Associate Store AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit Boston Washington Philadelphia Baltimore 3S 83 30 54 o:3 51 40 39 34 40 •43 OS G7 09 81 84 .721 .07:5 5 .040 9'i, .443 34 .442 34 .425 30 .331 47' .317 49'', rain) Only Game Scheduler.!) Today's Games New York at Chicago Brooklyn at Cincinnati (night) Philadelphia at Milwaukee might Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Yesteraay's Results Washington 840, Philadelphia 5-2 Games Scheduled) New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Memphis Chattanooga Nashville Little Rock Mobile W 1)5 03 7.'5 f>9 1C L 53 01 00 09 7!) Legion Swamps Visitors From Arkadelphia The Hope Legionnaires swamped the Arkadelphia Red Sox 15-0 be- Pct. GB hinc ' tlle brilliant pitching of Joe fjjg Barrenline last night in Legion .5117 2'i Park. !r>4!i in Jofi Barrentine who gave up but !o04 15V-. ono hit, it being with two outs in .4(i9 171^'the last inning, walked only one man in the game and hud .419 27 !i7 f!0 .410 27';, 57 81 .413 2(1 Today's Games Cleveland at Philadelphia (night) Baltimore at New York (night) Chicago tit Washington (night) Detroit at Boston (night) Brooklyn Milwauke NATIONAL LEAGUE W -L Pet. GB 70 44 .033 73 49 .!i95 4 63 fit .571 7(-j New York the positions of the first two teams ;n the pennant rase. In the lost week for example they personally added three gamas to the Giants' edge over Brooklyn by beating th Dodgers three games and losing three to the Giants. Milwaukee holds a fl-fl edge over bulge I 1 ! J. \J iHf iU-L J. J^J-i_/ * l\J Wiy\-> in,, tn i i.»£}it C h E'we1±'%h A 7S? ^'^^'-s so ^ But °^ Si the C. E. Weavei, Ph. 7-314.3. 24-31 phn|jes thc Bravcs on i y i lrve been Wanted To Rent HOUSE, contact Jess Pendegraft from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Telephone 7-3711. 17-t£ Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh r>8 59 58 48 44 01 04 03 74 713 .487 17«,2 .480 la'i .478 Ifl'/i .393 29 .301 33 Yesterday's Results Nashville ?., Little Kock 4 Atlanta 3. Mobile 2 New Orleans ?.-4, Birmingham 3-3 (second game called end of sixth) Memphis 0, Chattanooga 4 Today's Games Chattanooga at Little Rock Mobile at Birmingham Atlanta at New Orleans (Only Games Scheduled') (2) Yesterday's Results Cincinnati at Milwaukee ppd. COTTON rcenville Sreenville Meridian VIonroe Pine Bluff Sot Springs HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION ' Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-550,5 for our agents •r- A23-1 Mo. able to break ev:n at 8-8. The Giants and Dodgers both open 10-game swings through the West today. Thc- Giants stop off first in Chicago, Brooklyn begins in Cincinnati. . As soon as the town clubs come home they collide in a three-game serie.5 at the Polo Grounds, Sept.. 3-4-5. : The forthcoming week in l.l>c American . League includes'an ex- ended tour, of the Eastern seaboard by. the fast-moving Clcve- and Indians,. prior to their filial Salesman Wanted PINE Bluff Merct. Company wants salesman and collector for established route. Car necessary. Good Commission. If interested see T. G. Anderson* at The Oaks, Cabin No 6'between -Monday and Thursday after 7 p. m. 25-3t LOANS y<rAotife''*7*2381 IHHi. A.U. .'y "* "New Foil Line" Just Arrived See The Newest In Mens Wear As Low as $54.50 Tom Word laws Main Street Tailor Shop Rain Delays Semipro Play three-game visit to New York. The Yankees, meanwhile, will be nursing their wounds at home with two games against Baltimore, three against,Detroit and a single date with Chicago. Yesterday the Washington Sena tors whipped. Philadelphia twice, 8-5 and 10-3. • Eddie Yost and Jim Busby combined to driv,e in six runs in the double-header. Chuck Stobbs stayed all the way in the: first game for his .eighth victory. Gus Keriazakos pitched his first complete g;imc in the. majors in the nightcap. < Cincinnati's, game in .Milwaukee was rained out. . STATES W 77 77 61 LEAGUE 34 , n ,n 54 G3 CO £2 Pet. GB .070 .GB4 % .530 10 .444 2fi .400 31 .21)3 43 Vi retired 19 straight men before he gave up the single. He struck out 12. M. Strother was tagged 'with the loss. Singles by Thomas and Beasley plus a double by Huddleston gave Hope two runs in the first. Doubles by Barrentinc, and singles Jby-W. Gunter and Thomas produced three more runs in the second. Hope picked up single runs in the third and fifth and then iced the game in the sixth with 4 runs on three errors -and hits by Thomas White. Beasley, and Johnson. Gordon Beasley's bases loadec triple in the 7lh gave Hope three more insurance runs and then picked uo their final run in the eighth Yesterday's Results Hot Springs 10, Meridian 7 El'Dorado 14, Pine Bluff 0 Greenville 1-1, Monroe 0 Today's Games Hot Springs at Meridian Pine Bluff at El Dorado Mpnroe at Greenville By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Texas Leagu'a Oklahoma City 1-2, Dallas 0-1 Fort Worth 2, Tulsa 1 Houston 4, San Antonio 2 Beaumont 5, Khreveport 4-14 innings Hope Gunter, W. . Thomas Beasley White Huddleston Johnson Gunter. B. . Barrcntine . Nix AB ... .5 .....5 G 5 5 5 5 4 4 Totals 44 Arkadelphia AB Helms, H 4 Thomas, J 3 Freeman 3 Steed 3 Strother ........3 Helms, J 3 •Steam 3 Cash 3 Thoinason 2 Totals 27 R 3 '4 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 15 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H 1 4 4 2 2 •3 0 1 19 H 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lennon Sets New Record in Southern By flue Associated Press Blond, barrel-chestrjci Bob Lonon, a Brooklyn polieemgn'E boy, • ad the Southern Association home un record in hi? custody too ay fter a 380-foot drive at Little Jock wrote No. S3 'on the record After his record-breakinq wallop lelped Nashville bent Little Rock -4 and hoisted the Vols from the ellar to sixth place in the stand- ngs. the 20-year-old Lennon said ic aimed to hit .-even more and flake it GO. 'But I'll still take those plain base hits," the lefthanded slugger said with a grin, "and try to keep ip my average." The big fellow almost got No. 4 in the ninth inning, but his 390- oot drive to center rocketed of£ he boards and went for a don- In the pennant fight New Or- eans and Atlanta matched victories. The pace-setting Pelicans opped Birmingham 8-3 in the irst game of a doublehcnder and led 4-3 after six innings of the lightcap. The second game was suspended to allow Birmingham to catch a train. The last three in- lings will be phiycil when New Orleans goes to Birmingham Sept. 4 to close out the season. Atlanta defeated Mobile 8-2 with Leo Cristante annexing his 22nd victory, and Memphis drove Chattanooga deeper into the second division willi a fi-4 victory over the Lookouts. Felipe Montomayor and Gene Frecse clubbed honors to help New Orleans stay 2'/ a games ;hcad of Atlanta. The U.S. auto industry uses 80 percent of the total domestic rubber output. CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 Large Enough to Serve Youl Small Enough to Know Youl WICHITA, Kan., (IP) — Six teams will try again tonight to resume play in the national non-pro base ball tournament. Their games scheduled ijjr last night were past poned by r£.in. The 52-veam double- elimination meet, which started last Friday, usually runs about three weeks Tonight schedule: 5:45 Milwaukee, Mis, Highway Beers vs. Vancebtirg, Ky., Merchants, 8 Richmond, Va. Clendales vs. Columbia, tenn., Monsanlos. 1 0 Council . Grqyi-v Kan., Indians vs. Nellis, Nov., .Air Force Base second round, loser eliminated.: ousands < « BOX P9n6'day9 each week ''"$;,;, Operators , . . •nwelsener; Model Jamep iijdi Evelyn Moore^ STlgfSouth Malp ' ^' •• " * j •RESCOJT W ffi&fl,. »"9 Pres?ott, Ar|t, 10 p, m, ' ' Fgn — Philco Air-Conditioners One of Arkansas' Most Complete TV Repair Shops ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. phone 7-2629 114 S, Elm Fights Last Niqht By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York — Chico Varona, 147, Havana, Cuba, outpointed Frankie Fernadez, 14216, Honolulu, 10. Brooklyn Billy McNeece, 105'Xi Central Islip, N.Y., outpointed Garth Panter, 101. Salt Lake City, 10. TOP'S k yGlass Cut and *' Installed, smplete Re• •, *L Ne ^ ? nd j;^ HittAy vw* Dial 7*2767 Hppe, Ark, H. e, Luck Highway 67 West LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Edge of City Limits We«t 60 Gallon Water Barrel* for Sale Phone 74381 Hppe, Ark, FOR SCHOOL BUS PAINTING SEE JORDON'S BODY SHOP 500 S. Wai (Hit Eating At CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING BeeT cut and wrapped for deep freeze. Beef for DPCP Freeze $9 to 35 cents. Ralph Montgomery Mkt. phpne 7-3961 Byers Watermelon Stand S-CURVE & Shovet fj^. ;,'^«-1 ^•^^ fflJlvStfltiaii MATTRESSES or Made Into Innertprlnf Work Guaranteed Put Osy Servlet »-*• PAVIS Furniture & Mettreii Co. 1}0 |, glm Street PhQnt 7*21? Watch Repair Guaranteed Pre- School Special. Bring your watch in Keith's Jewelry CROWN WESTERN SHARES Hep., suaaus £eok,$ f Mew T<?RS t GQ$ Cons » fwk Beds t of «ther Item?, REAVES "* txm For Complete Parts and Service for New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phone op Write Follin Tractor Co, Mqgnplio, Ark. Pho. 882, 689' & 1140-R Bee -T" Mite Bettle and Termite Control .Service Owned and Operated by Guy Grigg , Arkgnsqj Phpne 7^3445 109 5- Mpin All Cwitpmerj ?re Insured National new-car registration figures* for the first six months of 1954 prove that Ford leads the industry in sales! In fact, ever since car production has been free of restrictions, more and more new-car buyers •have been swinging over to Ford. That's because Ford offers more things for more people than any other car. In today's Ford, for example, you get the matchless benefits of owning the only car in the low-price field with, a ,V-8 engine (the new Ford Y-block V-8) ... the only car in Ford's , ^ 1 • • / field with the smooth ride of Ball- Joint Front Suspension , .. the only * ' i •>&! *" 1 ~> car in Forif sja e .W with truly modern styling . .. the only car in Ford's 'i 1 » i I' 1 ! * SQURCEt R. L. Polk and Company. Registration figures for January field With SUCH nigU reSale ValUe. ;, through June, inclusive, the latest period fpc whjch figures are available. • . u mi L CADH "•" Worth more when y<?u buy it ,, / Coma in 11, fenfff m ™* fwiojii why tVKU is w^hm^^n Y ^^iti HOPE AUTO CO. r.c.A. Phenf 7-2341 YOUR FORD PEAUER FOR OVER 30 YEARS HOPE, ARK, W, Second *rf, $, *>., '& *. > Isfe'&aS; ARKANSAS 02ARK mi I'M SUPPOSED TO D6LIVEP. THESE PAPERS TO AMD AS; FOR VOU, I 1 ! I MUST BE STUPID--J,11" M I GOT FIRED FROM T ' -5 ->r A JOB I DIDN'T r*' | EVEN HAX»E -r^ " ' 1 Bv J. R. William* OUT OUR WAY VIC FLINT I THISTOWW'5 ' ——^ GETTlM' AWFUL.' NO FREEPCM AMY MOEE-WERELy TAKIM' SOME OLD JUWkC AN' CHICKEM LE&S TO TH' PUMP,' AMt> A COP FJUSJ& TH' LIFE OUT OF US.' Answer to Previous PuWle 5AV«jT/I'«CpMDSW| MS 1N£§i " " " 8frft*B NOW/ Screen Performer &E THAT FA&T 6UV WHO AUL ACROSS 1 Screen pferformer, Riciliard —*6 He is a movie 3 Palm leaf 4 Woody fruit 5 German river Greek •war. 7 Century (ab.) 8 Hurls 9 Oleic acid ester 10 Pauses 12 Ages 13 Phases 18 Body of water illttefer ^IS Interstice :*14 Theater usher !'l5 Mental faculties 16 Symbol for , tantalum 17 Grates 19PerChed 44 He is one of the newer——.of iilmdom 46 Personal (ab.) 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