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"V-r •«• H6PE SfAR, HdPlV ARKVM^AS TiiJTroSimf Tlnamiii'ifiMiim-"*«-**"• lnfrMtfn-ariTi7B1tttta^ltiHiilTf t "™ a ^ tefeajfiaaMfafaffl ^ Ma ^"^^^ CLASSIFIED Jv« ^^^TLi-M.*. _. .*».* _A^*^*i»^.^ «i«i—. fei*-fc*<«» fyi«Wft*a}fnft Strviecs Offered • ' ' ' •• ttftUBitilfii'i fl- ' r J ' -••- •-- •-•---•-•- ••-•-- • • • ItAWKfeSS tenpvatlott and ftsFifti Work _Cobb Mattress Co. alt South Washington. Phone 9-S821 Mar, 4-tf i*~>'i3f *i96" - 130' 7xx k:f-!:irii§ f - J90 1.60 - 3.00 ""9.00 *-*«BLS38r»8 i.03%<**& L«0*.*tf, e above ore »or ew»» tlon*.. Irreflyldf or skip- fl tak« Mhe dhft-day wt*. classified advertising copy until 5 p. m. for . , .. t- tlflht V advcrlltementt of' ,M]*et CAUTION^ ovetkwk tHs Pre-tab<*r Cay f IRE SALE Get a new tire A; tube for less thatt the regular east ot a hew t!re« Okbh&ma Tire & Supply BAR-6-Q beans. Chickens and tneats slicect. Sandwiches—3 for $1. Bert's B.nr-B-Q. Candy Ave. 26-31 OAKCftEST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE 2ND & HAZEL ..; FOR SALE PQrVTERNELD GROCERY AND MARKET sfdCk & fixtures, Other Business 723 W. 3rd — Phone 7-2723 - Ad»,unl«i . eur trttentlon of od ahd th«n ineofiect4nsertjon. 1 MILK cow. Call or see T. W. Ridling. Phone 7-2957. 20-31 5 PLATE Glass mirrors. Size 20 x 70. $4.06 each. Herbert Burns. Phone 7-3351. 28-3t Funeral Directors AMBULANCE PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. Wonted TWO Waitresses September 1. Ap ply in person. Diamond Cafe. 26-IK Inexperienced Porks Start* Practice Wed. By RAY STEPHENS FAYETTEVILLE (/I*) — The Uni ersity of Arkansas ftnzor'iacks open football praclic-2 Wednesday, and there's liltla in Coach Bowen Wyatl'.s material to inspire opti- misrn among the faithful. : Last season, Wyatt installed his single-wing system at Arkansas, and the Southwest Conference team floundered with a three won. eight lost record. But most ot the time Arkansas managed to look good even when it lost, T\vo men mainly were responsible for this phenomenon -*-Lamar McHan and Floyd Sagely. Tail back McHan and end Sagely, both of whom won All-Southwest Conference honors, gave Arkansas one 1540 FORD,'radio, heater, airfoani cushions, undercoat, new tires, Phone I-MW. 28-6t £fopeStar Johuory U, afternoon .by ,&lf\v\ f*ww»ii*f«*i^4> *•!** <j.< tj Palmer, Presldenf , -Hs Woihburn, S*ey-TrM. .- ot Th«>Stor Building 112-14 South Walnut Strart Hope, ArkonioJ '< ' ldl»or,& PubllilHir ' H,, Jope» (J Manoalija "jtof >5«u M. Dovli, Advertltlng Mona 9 « W. H«mcr, Mech I'M dividing rny bearded iris. Choice rhizbrries froni ten cents to $1. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 28-Ot PIANO -tuning repairs, regulating. Free estimates. Factory experience. " RECONDITIONED piano. $425. $50. down and $11 per month payment. Phone 7-3170 before 12 noon. 30-3t For Rent UNFURNISHED 4 rdom duplex. Private bath and entrances, Garage. 801 S, Main. Phone 7-5837. 2G-8t IT6FBQ AHl M(fc>i/m»"-rt*»w"« UtOlTBrvOT Post Office ot Hope/~,Arkaniai, »h« Act ot March 3, 1897. ef' 4 ROOM • house and bath, water, lights and natural gas. Experiment Station Road. Phone 7-2253 26-3i i ^Subscription Rates (payable In ad- |j£rt{W «... ». • vante): , t By carrier In Hope ond neighboring irspV , ' * tOWnB— ^fir/iwwk ..—.».« •• •*§ • ir^ year ........*.*........................ lo.ou isrlBy -rnall In • Hempstead, Nevada, «liiFay«tt«/ Howord, and Miller coun- Itlw-i.-S • £On* month LARGE bedroom, private bath private entrance. Close-In. 31;£ N. Elm. Phone 7-3391. 2fl-6t .j:^tsy»~^":;::z;:: 2,60 ^Ontjyeor .,,-J. 4.50 N B A*l'^>ther moil--» < ''On« month <^K.,,i<..i...>. '•!« jThre* ,vinonths ....r. ,...»•' 3-Z5 •-' monthtjt', , v J.30 Notice C. E. Boley "all ns\v court." Trailer, $1.00. References, Citizens And National Bank. A-14-'m L. "Roller, 423 kana, Tex. Main, Texar 26-3t DOGS caught molesting ducks on our farm will be killed. Ben Owens. 28-31 Female Help Wanted I CARHOP,^ free to work 6 nights 'a week. Must be at least 18 years of-age. Apply in person to King's Drive-in. 30-61 5 ROOM unfurnished apartment. Available September 10. Close-in. Phone 7-3329, 28-3t TWO bedrobm furnished apartment, close-in. Phone 7-3329. 28-3t of the best passing attacks in the nation, • This year, both of these outstanding performers are gone and Wy- 4 PEOPLE. $5.00; all refrigerated ott must find replacements foi air, innersprings, foam pillov/o. them from a group of green soph -- • •• omorcs and squadmen from las years varsity. There's not n single Ictterman returning at end, iail- oack or center. The nut of the Ra/.nrback problem for 1955 is much the same as restaurant soup — not enough sea soning. In Wyatt's single-winn. the offense is • built around tho tailback; who, theoretically is. a man who can pass, run,- punt, and, play a strong defensive , safety.: Almost equally important'is th'o wcaksidc end, who is: supposed to be the tailback's main target for passes Without competent workmen at these two positions, there's little doubt that he single-wing offenso will be, a its best, inadequate. ' Thus, Wyatt must uncover at east two men who have ability )lus cool heads, qualities which arely accompany inexperience. At 'tailback, the coach can call in four sophomores.-Who have dis- slayed flashes of unusual talent Currently rated as the number one prospect is Rison's George Walker; vho led the Arkansas freshman at- ,ack last year. Waifccr is rated as a fine passer, a good runcr and -a fair kicker. - ! ? Behind Walker, is B'udd-y Bob Benson, the former nnerman of- ONE front bedroom 502 S. Hervey.' P,hone 7-3710. «?-3t The Negro Community .By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at HIckB Funeral Home _,.,. , T .... Repr«entotlv«i: jnsos»Dallies, |nc,f*1602 Steriek • L "—iphis 2,'Tenn.,v,S05 Texa* F - '• 'i -2, Tsxas; 36Q N. ilcago 1, III,; 60 E. .,.„, .-.k 17, N. Y.; 1763 „,—,-jfe.Bfdg., > Detroit 2,, Mich.; w/Srmlrlal Bld^., Oklahoma, City 2, ? Oklo ' -, " •• ' of. The A««oe!ofcd ,Pre«: local /iews^ printed m this « well oi^all AP, news UNFURNISHED 3a - oom apartment Private bath. Rent reasonable. 4311 West Avenue B. Phone . 73690. . 3°- ot si^ii \ifnmmvmw ui. in* *™«...-. •- ( ..«.-. Til'- Thel'Associated Press is entitled ex- |,^elu*fvely to^N use for f_eput>licatjon |>dlspa,ticheh Male Help Wanted ),- n ><>",',•>(> FOR SCHOOL BUS PAINTING ORDON'S BODY.SHOP 8| ' OVERSEAS Jobs High pay. South America, Alaska, Europe, Travel paid. Self-addressed envelope brings details. Dept, 44-A, EASTLAND COMPANY BOX 1400. Los Angeles 28, Calif. 30-11 The president, is asking all mem bers of the Usher board of Mt. Zion CME Church to meet Monday night August 30, at 7:30 p. m. : Mrs. - Margaret N. Williams and Deborah Ann have returned home after spending a few days visiting Mr. .and Mrs, Louis B. Dockery in Little Rock. They were accompan led home by James .Authur ant Margaret Lorranie who spent thei summer vacation with them. !P *"M '^^ Diol 7-27*7 M*pe, Aik. "New Fall Line" Just Arrived See The Newest In Mens Wear .' As Low as $54.60 Tom Wardlows Main Street Tailor Shop SPORTS ROUNDUP ly *AVUK TALBOT. NEW YOttK -f/P) — It doesn't ook as though the members of the Baseball Writers' Assn. will be ble to steam up an argument ven among themselves when they it down to vote for the major eagufis' two outstanding rookies no current season. This is units al for the boys like to argue. tinless all signs fail, the ballot ng will produce an almost urtani mous agreement that Waliy Moon. he slugging young outfield sensa ion of the St. f-Ouls Cardinals, and Bob Grim, the part time bar enclor who has racked up 17 vj(T ories for . the Yankees, are the cream of an exceptionally fine crop of freshmen. The only American Leaguer who might give Grim a smell rassle or the honor -appears to be Jim Finigan, the crack young third baseman whom the Philadelphia Athletics obtained from the Yan «>s in their big winter trade. Fin lean promises to be a solid .300 hitter and is a slick fielder, but his play with the bedraggled A's scarcely has been is eve-catching as that of Grim in heaping the Yanks in the pennant race. Moon, the pneenom who smoto ,t home run his first time up in the majors 'and who had a good Legion Meets Nashville in Playoff Series The Hope Legionnaires will starl the final round of the playoffs ol the Little River Valley League as they take on the Nashville Cubs to night, in Legion Park at 8 o'clock , Bob White led the locals : in hit' ting thfs year in league .play With a clip of .450 followed by BoyiHt .with .438. Nix .415. Beasley .390. Hudclleston .370, Johnson .309 and W. H. Gunter with .285. Fights Last Night By THE. ASSOCIATED ,BbSS SYRACUSE. M. V. - P« (kl Young, HiS. New ^ ork. Joey Taylor, 1GO, Binc,"^--- _ HOLLYWOOD - Freddy Bab, Merman. 140, 'Lo? AnRelcs, _ou pointed Graham Hobr.cM "ord. Conn.. 10. HAVANA — Featherweight DaV Jallardo. Los Angeles, stopped 1 laquito Lopez, C.iban 1 9. Weight unavailable. 2d>000 See Eagles Edge Out Browns By ,&A\f STEPHENS -LITTLE-' HOCK Wl — A sre passing atlack is nn absolute w c'ssily' ' " in football n-i played 1' chance League of leading all batters in total National hits, has l_jC«fiW*- !^v. tw>-. - - no real'rival in-sight. It has boon some time since such a pehnome nal clouter shewed up in either league. He's a deer in the field toom. ' ... One of the most interesting features about the emergence of Grim arid Moon as outright slurs is that neither was even on the TOUT 'EM TOTEM—Poiiticdl candidates for a Kansas election have made use o£ most ot. the available space on utility poles in •• Leavenworth, Kans. The political "totem poles" appeared despite an ordinance prohibiting political placards on the poles. Mrs. Stella Smith left Friday night for South Bend, Ind., where she will visit hor chldren and friends. Byers Watermelon Stand S-CURVE 3rd & Shovel Mrs. Grace Palmer and son have returned to their home in j Little Rock after spending a few •days visiting their mother-in-law 'and grandmother* Mrs. Frances j Phillips, and other relatives. Mrs. Louise Graham left Friday where she, will enter Philandei Smith College -next month. UVTllOVU, ttn— j.*,^... — - - - --. fense at Be Queen High School Benson transferred to Arkansas 1st year from the University'.; of Okla homa, where he played '^freshman football. He is probably the best ball carrier of the quartet, and was a competent passer 'in high schol. The others .'fre Tommy Lockhart of McGehee ahd Dpn Christian,, a sini;le;Wins ' tailback ut Searcy High School. ' At Ihe weakside end jpositidn, wo squadmen and two sophomores n-e competing for the starting oerth Walter Matthews of Ash- lown. who saw limited action last year ' and Bo Baker, of Searcy, a •eturnec from military r.crvice, probably will get tho first shot at aking over for the departed Sage- y 'wyatt has three squadmen cind one soph with Jerry MeFadden-'of Philco Air-Conditionert One of 'ArkanBat' Moit i Cpmplet* TV Repair Shopi AUEN/1I.ECTRIC CO. phone 7-g6?9 114 8. Elm H, E. UMCk Highway 67 West LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Edae of City Limits West 60 Gallon Water Barrels for Sale Phone 7-4381 Hope, Ark. AMERICAN LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Clifton Heights, Pa., and ,- : - L. Cileveland Chicago Detroit Joston Vajshington Philadelphia Baltimore CUSTOM SIAUOHTERING Beef put and wrsipped for derp frsew. Beef for De*P Freeze l to 35 cents. Ralph Montgomery Mkt. r Phon* 7«3361 -.^UJJlffiM't' I ^ MATTRESSES or Made. Into Innertprlng Work QM»r»nUt(i On* Pay §prvl«» SOAKS *«;i, * W L 93 S6 89 40 85 47 57 72 56 71 52 75 42 87 42 88 B Pet. .721 .690 4% .844 9Va .442 36 441 3G .409 40 .325 51 .323 51V2 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. 88 55 87 57 New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Memphis Chattanooga Little Rock Nashville Nashville Mobile 77 74 68 61 61 61 07 63 (71 74 83 03 85 87 B .615 .604 1>,2 .550 9'Xj .510 15 .479 19V 2 .424 27% .424 27'^. .424 27'", .396 31'-i Billy Lyons a converted guard from North Little Rock, listed as tne ,op candidates. Another position jacking in experience is center, where only four saphomores are in the running They care Jerry Ford of Lake Village, Billy Reid of Pine Bluff, Jim Tell ot Montecello Oren Cull pepper of Malvern and .Jimmy Brooks of Springdale. • Arkansas' prospects are consifl- erably brighter at guard and tackle, where .players of experience and proven ability hold forth Four lettermen are returning- at each position, Eddie Bradford of Little Rock and Jim Roth of Stuttgait prob ably will get the nod at tackle, with Bud Brooks of Wayne and Wayland Roberts of Little Rock playing guard on the starting team. Also available are tackle. Bob Duncan of Little Rock and Bill Fuller of. El Dorado 5.nrt guards Bobby Gilliam of Monticello Earl Warren of Smackovcr. With the exception of tailbacK-, the Arkansas backfidld stacks up as considorably stronger than In 1953. Leading the rcturnint? lettermen are fullback Henry Moore of Little Rock and blocking bocks Preston Carpenter of Muskogee Okla., and Bobby Proctor of parent club's roster when he re ported down South the past spring. Modn Still was the pioperty of the Cards' Rochester farm club, while Grim, after a two-year hitch with the Marines, was ticketed .to re port to Binghamton of the Eastern cnvy (lf League when he showed up at the' Yankees' tryout camp in February. Milwaukee's . Pennant Hopes Shattered By FRED DOWN United Press Sports Writer The Milwaukee Braves' dream of a. "miracle pennant" was shattered today in the wake of a thun derous attack which served notice on the faltering New York Giants that the Brooklyn Dodgers: pcnnan 1 express is in high , gear. ; ; The end for the . Braves came after seven nightmarish hours a 10:30 (EBT) last night when thi eDodgers completed a 12-4 and 11-4 out that 'turned Milwauke's Coun ty Stadium- into a morgue. Tin double defeat knocked the Brave 71/2 games out of first place and eft them in a position whereeithe the Dodgers 'or New York Giant can eliminate them by playin .500 ball .for the remainder of th campaign. The Dodgers —who clinched th pennant in Milwaukee on Sept. 1 last year — hammered out 29 hil in the doublcheader, including foil homers, two triples am,! six doub! to increase their winning streak J six games. Duke Snidei ' "" Longhorns Again Loaded/ Favorites By LEONARD SAFFIR AUSTIN, Tex. (INS) —If" never safe or sane to forecast a South west Conference champion early in .he campaign, but tho situation al the University of Texas this go around looks like the Longhorns will wind up atop the league again In fact, (he Ed Price coached Steers, defending SWC co-chan pions, ar.e in a good spot to 'bt come national football- champion with such titans as Noire: Dami and Oklahoma on ihcir schedule Price's 1C54 aggregation, a mil familiar with 22" rciUrninR lelte men, appear, on paper at least, t have the best all-around squad i the razzlc-dazzlcd loep. The main reasons for rnnkin the Longhorns so hi;{h are a wo drously powerful nine and a trio of returning leather-luggers — the cssy day, but fne.Chica.yo Corrs stnr as prime examples of the fai that passing alone isn't cnougli. Chicago's George Blanda pnssq rings around the agios hn'ro Saturday night. Philadelphia backed up an uate air game with r ' c round assault to cdgo the bcai. 4-21 About 20,000 fans turned out weltering summer neat to wau he kickoff of Arkansso 1.).^ f-..(. sail season - the sixth annual pr season professional - • nt L,i it-U.SU 11 jji\ij.i_u •-"••••••- _ Rock's War Memorial Stadium. Five Arkansans saw duty for U osing Bears, but only ™° » f 4JK, end John Hoffman ot Ultie Roc distinguished himself. There are Radio Lead four times as ma j. lit;i t: cii- *radio as television sets in use the U S., and about twice as ma radio receivers arc manuiactur annually as television, receivers Mcnan Schricwer. C4 and ,& Jones, 63. Coach Price goes along wJ league -mentors. SWC standard pro;ecl:u'fi of a U conference race with Hie expc lions of the unheralded learns ing up to knock the powers ofl The backficld starters — field cneral Charlie Brewer. Halfback Delano Womack and Fullbr.ck Billy .uinn, give Texas a highly expo ienccd trio of ball carriors. Quinn, who was the- conference's op scorer in 1952. was sidelined lost of last season with an in ury." Fleet-footed. 170-pound Wonack is back at his old left half ->ack slot and classy Brewer, who lecamo a regular in the middle of ast season, will' be the regular 'rom the start this year. A pair of: bone-crushing tackles Buck Lansi'ord and Herbert Gray, likely .be the most rugged men n the line. Two more forewall mainstays are guard Kir.by 'Miller and center Johnny Tatum. Besides the heap of returning brain and brawn, tho'more promi nent newcomers from tho Ircsh man ranks are Guard Ben Wood-, son, the only soph likely to be in the starting lineup. Ends Mort Mo rjarity and Mike Trent and Full, back Dan Muroney. Price .lost his starting ends All American Carleton Massey and Gilmer Spring last year but comes up with two good winmen in CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 %: Large Enough to Serve X Small Enough to Know BATTERIES as low as $9.45 Exchange Western Auto Associate Store Watch Repair Guaranteed Pre- Schpol Special. Bring your watch in Keith's Jewelry Hodges were executioners, 'MISS SEAMS'—Jean Stuart, 'of Miami, shows the .latest f,ad along Florida beaches — it's opera length hose worn with a bathing suit. The girls claim they smooth out the curves. _ the chief Brooklyn ^ r -Snidor hitting his 32nd '^ind 33rd homers to drive in six runs and Hodges blasting homer No. 35 and driving in four runs. A horrified crowd of 45,022 saw the Dodgers tie a record by scoring eight runs in the llth inning to turn the opener into a debacle and then club four Milwaukee pitches for 1G hits in the nightcap. Relief Pitcher Clem Labiric gained credit for his seventh victory in the first game while Billy Loes pitched a nine hitter for his eighth straight win and his llth triumph Collins homered for •• the Yankees. .,Ted Kl.uizewski homered -in each game to raise his season to tal to 39 and tie him with Mays Hi-can, v for the major 'league lead as and Gill the Cincinnati Relegs beat the Phil- 'For Complete Parts and Service for New Holland Balers; and Ford Tractore Phone or Write Tallin Tractor Co. Magnolia, Ark. Pho. 882, 689 & 1140,-R adelphia Phillies. 3-2-and 3-4. Art Fowler bested Robin Roberts in the first ^arhe and Fred Braczewski won the nightcap for the .Red- legs. The Chicago Cubs downed -the Pittsburgh Pirates, 7-4 and 4-1, in the other N. L. games. Bob Wilson drove, in six runs \fcilh two .homers and a doublw and Ned Garver pitched a six- hitter to lead the Detroit Tigers to 14-3 and 2-1 wins ever the Philadelphia A's and the Baltimore Ori oles defeated the Washington Sena tors, 8-4 and 5-0, in other A. L. games, Yesterday's Kesults Atlanta 1, Birmingham 0 Memphis 4-12, Little Rock 2-: New Orleans 13, Mobile 3 Chattanooga 4-7, Nashville 1-8 "ft CM>WNWi$TIHN5HAEfS frtv M, S. IATM, Afl«M Arfe ARMY SURPLUS 6pok§ • New ond n9 * &™ * f Gas Con? t Bunk' Peds t ond Today's Birmingham at Atlanta Little Rock at Memphis Nsw .Orleans at Mobile Chattanooga at Naahville CQTTPN STATES LEAGUE Play-Offs Greenville Meridian El Dorado Monroe 0 1,000 .500 .500 .000 Yesterday'8 10; Munrou 4 game scheduled) Games at Meridian at . More stood second only to M Han as the Porker's chief ground threat last season, and was a defensive mainstay. Carpcnuey ranked second among the team's i>as,h receivers, catching VA throws foi 185 yards and lour touchrtr.vns. Proctor, pound-tar-pound, is n holy terror. Unfortunutoly he packs only 162 winds o'.i his 5 foot 7 inch frame. By virtue of his up- inhibited style of play, Proctor aUi is inclined to get himsolf injured quite frequently. Playing behind Moore at full back will be Joe Bill Wilson of Harrison -j relatively inactive mem ber of the squad last year, and two sophomores. Junior Joe Thomason returns i'« wingback, a- position th^t is expected to bo streviethened by the addition of four talented sophomores Thomason probably will gee most of his competition from L«U« Rock's Ronald. Underwood Also in the running are Churlla Rerry of Stuttgart, Tommy MeeK of Fort Smith and Charlie Colo of Mag- IU Louisville 7, Toledo 3 Westen League Des Momes 2. Omaha 0 ;. Wichita'5-4, Pueblo M 2o4 call cd, 13 innings; " Ljneoln 3, Sioux -City 4 , w yow real close, you'll see that CarQl GArVjf , you'll Singleton }s hpldin.g a m u&l to her ear as she lQU<u#M>»t' Miaisni Begph, Fla. Stie ww i testing the olcj legend qf $&$[« the ocean's roar in the sheU, pow sh,e's a firm believer. of the campaign in the second game. The Giants, meanwhile, saw their first-place lead cut to a mere game and a half when they split a doubleheader with the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cardinals won the opener on n pop-fly single by' Alex Grammas, 5-4, in 11 inings but the Giants salvaged the nightcap, 7-4, thanks to two homers by Dusty Rhodes and another by Hank Thompson. The first game was a brilliant exhibition in which Stan Musial hit two homers, Willie Mays ex ploded his 39th homer and threw out the potential winning run at Ihe plate in the ninth inning, and Rhodes hit two triples after, eiv tering the game as a pinch-hitter, The second game was a scramble in which the Giants used three pitchers and the Cardinals 'em ployed four. ' .; : Tho Cleveland Indians (swept their llth doublcheader in 14 'tries with 6-2 and 8-1 triumphs ovuv the Boston Red Sox increasing jheir American League lead to' '(four games although the scpond-pjaee New York Yankees scored a'-, 4*t win over the Chicago White Spx. Bob Lemon scored his^ J.lth, straight victory and became ;the major leagues' first ao-game winner ol the season wth an eight hitter in the opener while Art Houttc: man pitched .a sis-hitter for his. 14th win in the nightcap. Larry Doby hit his 28th homer. Al Rosfsn hjs 22nd, MuTVic W^rtz Ws^lflgi Cleveland's attack. .,,.'(' yogi lira's two-run first-ini(ig 4wWe provided Whiter Find with tlj the wns to "ceded to Virgil Trucks §n,d -w>« h»s 15 -: ? nie |or the Va^ees ^"^ u " Bee-T-Mite BeHle and Termite Control Service Owned and Operated by Guy Grigg Hope, Arkansas Phone 7-3445 109 S. Main All Customers are Insured Let Us Install That BROKEN GLASS Have that broken auto glass replaced today. We recog nize insurance claims. If you need good Used Part; for cars or trucks. See us now. WYLI Glass & Salvage Co. West 3rd Street Pick-up and Delivery "DAY SERVICE '• tBe|t>the"heat — have that "fan 'repaired at JOHNSON'S EUEC.TRIC. We Specialize in • and Commercial Wiring JOHNSON ELECTRIC Carl Johnson C. P. Rettig WANTiDTQBUY NICE, FAT YOUNG HENS We need hens now. If you hove q laying flock why not cull them now, gnd sell ys your non layers? We would like to buy severgl hyndreg 1 ot o time, but will take what yp'u hqve.. Hope Locker & Processing '. . . * - *5,', <'.'" / v 'SOUTH 'MA1N.-£1WBB<H>1. >-•&£:* H0M Sf AJl MOJt, ARKANSAS Monday, .August -30, 1 954 024KK IKE 1 MEAN GOOD NlGHt DEAR DAGWOOD, YOU FORGOT t6 KISS I^IE GOOD NIGHT •y J. R. Wllllomt OUT OUR WAY «y MlehMl 0- WASH TUBES ffiRWODFKTH6R SEEDED r HE HNP tO EWJOY H0 CKWB8EW \*t^ HETREAT VERY MUCHfE^V. JNO iPPUW WOKIPER W J^W 1M615T6P /&OOKJ •SBEl, \NOULt?M'T LIKB IV? y ^- ' — /^iBSpHSRB,^ soirejjua aaji\[ 95 qstj pooj B «sdg n jBoS Suno.x. iz sajgBa eag 02 einpJBAioiH psddta uodea/vv B »JM 93131,1 jaiJIEUJ9ABJ£) 1J, : VOII.'OJ" .SpyaUIB S33JEJAI 8£ ueotxajfl; gz sie^siZ 'Sutujng 92 With Mojor HoopU OUR BOARDING HOUSE W. * IM A DIA\& NOVEL A$ A r eoY/g|JTTHS5E-c5f4QSf t COME jasssap »;aui oiqno g JGindod ;u8UUB8aapnn 8ntutm3.f[.i paiquiassy n I.A5TOUMDSDOLD .. ANGUS A6ERDSEM BY FIMDlMS THE BEA6T5- B\6 TOE PRlMTfi A DISCARDED.POTTED I'LL COM'B TWI5 CI?LiMgLlsJ<S PlLS FROM T£>P TO -BOTTOM, "STARTING BOOTb AND HER BUDDIES osiiaoid uuiajog z 4ii|6noi|j[ ;jo|. popj fly Dick Turner CARNIVAL BUGS BUNNY n By Hershbcrqei TUtiNY BUSINESS x vy V y ~' ,v—^\JUST WINS TO flAKE. ME, ^f I'M E&ING AtW^ JHINK YQU ARE/ BUT SENDING OOP I I CAN TO 6ET J £AN'T ROOL M|-..VOl INTO AN ERA V ALLEY BACK / JU5T FUMBLING WITH .; OF RIGOROUS LIVING SEEMS LITTLE EFFECT ON OUR HERO'S t '«Bten pestered all week by a domestic policy lobby—wife,' want« a new wat and Junior wants a boost in allowance!" SIPECUNCES By Galbraith !*No wonder we're off the ,beat-^he'«ikillin' flie«i SWEETIE PJE : By Nadine TH1 STORY OF MARTHA WA¥r*S

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