Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 8, 1954 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 8, 1954
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.'/"y>Y-v -"j ,'?"<">- ' -,;,;'- ^ Ads Must Se In Offloe fcaf fiefore t*ublieatlea V Sy*_.. ^^a^tu rf i, \ nlta openBOrf " — - youf GUNS rto'W, itf »h« aeeouf « " r " 1.20 1.35 1.50 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 2.00 2,50 3.00 3,50 4.00 6.00 7.SO 9,00 10.30 2.00 3.SO 15.00 ,^ S fl e a n to 35 16 to 40 II fo « (6 to, 60 — CLASSIFIED DISPLAY IS==S5B Rows quoted obov« ore tor eon- HcirtlTa mseftlon*. Irreoulor or skip- dote ads will taks the one-day rat*. All dally <=l« s » i « dt S dv | rt ' sin g, coi g{ Will b« oecepted until 5 p. m. ,for publlcottort the following day. the publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisement* offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising sub- mltted of on* or. more letters, Strviet i Offered MATTRESS teftovatlon and Inner- IWiiitf WOrk. Cobb Mattre*8 Co, ll«> Struth Wadhlflgton. HOPE STAR, HOfrE, ARKANSAS Gurdon Go-Devils Get Past Freseott ATTENTION Cattlemen. We Can soli you Range meal, Range cu* bes, dairy feed, corn, oats and nil gtaln on your drough erneis acrtcy feed certificate. Our pric' es arc tight. Phone 7-2547. Hope Four Games Highlight Play Saturday 8y HUGH FULLfcRTON JR. By The Assbciatecl Press Southern California, which may be one of the nation's best college oolball tenms, risk its unbeaten ecord against a youthful and tin- redictablc Texas Christian tonm, .- ,, --. . - miiRht (Friday); but whatever the and gave Conway its second touch aiented Trojans do 5s likely to be'clown. A fumble .set -up Ihe linn - . * . „ f, . t *lf u «~.i>« r""*r»* 4 »-il*rtl^rI .-\\JTt1 . . Feed Co. 7-6t ICE Cream twelve flavors for yoilr selection, open seven days and nights each week. Coles Double Dip Ice Cream Store. 8-Ot For Sole '^[W* f Y»»*««» ^1*W J ^0Wf fe'k*h s 6n«-7.tt1i 4Bha.'f;)^»" < ''.•'. ESTCRN SHARES "fGi wl Hope Ul s{o i r rS will not" be" resport •lble n for «rors In Want Ads un \M errors ore colled to our °K«ntton qfter FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star . LdyaWay Open on TRIKES - BIKES AND DOLLS I OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. TAGGERT seed, oats, germination 96%. $1.25 per bushel Phone 4831'. Mr. A. B. Enoch. By The Associated Press Conway's Wampus Cats used three different lotitos to the gotil to defeat Catholic High of Little Rock 19-7 in one of the high schcol football games pliyetl in Arkansas last night.- I In the first quarter the District 3AA Wampus Cats marched 73 yards to score on a sustained drive A pitchout followed by a running pass by Baylord Murdaugh to Tommy Williams covered 73 4-6 brgotten once the rush of Satur lay's big games ;;cts Underway. So far this season, Southern California has crushed Washington Stale and Pittsburgh and • barely squeaked past Norlhweclern a hree-game record th^t hasn't impressed the expevts onouiili to earn he Trojans a lop rating. The TCU youngsters were fast and fiery enough to throw n scare into Okla- lotna, now the No. 1 team in the weekly Associated Press poll, but they followed .that, by flopping a close decision to Arkansas. This game tops a slender Friclny night card that also includes Mi- nm i' (Fin.) vs. Holy Cross, Denver vs. Monuina and Davidson vs. Presbyterian. Then on Saturday come such games as Oklahoma vs. Texas at Dallas, Wisconsin vs.' Rice (the Vlcvised Game of ihe WeelO Pur Wampus Cat touchdown,Other sec-res lasr, night include Harding Academy of Soarcy over DcValls Bluff 28-0. Clarendon over ITazen 32-0, Marvell over the Helena team 20-G, — Gurdon over Prescott 23-12, and a scoicloss tic betwen Mineral Springs and Ashdown. Hope Journeys loCrossett Juniors Win Hope's Junior Bobkittens . poured it on the North Heights Bears of Texarkana here last night by a lopsided 26 to 7 score. The Kittens started in the opening 'period- and really went to town in the third. , Tommy Polk passed 25 yards--to Larry Bruce for the first marker but the extra point try failed. In the third period J. B. Henry ran..,.,,.™.. „,- -• -. ..55 yards for a touchdown and Steve played at ArkndelDhin. • T _ , . , i i ml. _ t1Tr...«ln» Tl,•.(?;»• 1* Teeli Looks LikelBest in the AIC By The Associated Press Arkansas. Tech. which overcame o big barrier to I ho Arkansas In tercollegiate Conference champion ship in downing Southern State las week, continues its title c|ues against injury-weakened Oil n chit College in the AIC football head liner tomorrow night. On paper. Tech appears to be •prohibitive favorite to down th Baptists, who lost three firs stringers on injuries before the 'season opened. The game will be f its first three contests takes on Central Oklahoma at Conway. At* Kansas State journeys to AlabsWa tate; and the Arkansas. * reshmeft pen their season against Little Rock Junior College in otner u-clay night contests. About 55 per cent of fatal traf. fie accidents in the United States occur at night. • . P OR BULLDOZER WORR Land crearlYifc — Dirt Moylhg and Pond Digging Call TOM&UCKETT 717 W. 6th' St.: Phone i , I due vs. Duke and Sanford HOSPITAL bed. See B. W.. Ed-, c , ie vs Dukc an a Stanford 1 wards. Phone 7-3148. «- st '-- "»af «•» HOB* Ooniolldated January II, 1f2f b, , C. £ Pointer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Secy* ' at The Star Building < 912-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas "Alex. H. Washburn, Editor C. Publlitaf Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Jess M. Davis, Advertising Manage! George W. Hosmer, Much. Supt. Entered as second class matter «t Ihe Post Office at Hope, Arkaniai, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit lureau of Circulations Subscription Rates (payable In advance): fy carrier In Hope and neighboring towns— Per week '• Per V«ar - By fnall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and filler coun- EAR CORN Good -quality $1.40 per bushel -at crib. Phone 837-F-31, Henry Morton, Prescot^ Route 5. 8-3t SPINET Piano Bargain. Wo have Oklahoma moved -to the front in Moegle and Ameche Meet at Madison Grain made the extra .point. Also in the third period Tommy Polk went over from eight yends out before the quarter ended passed a 15-yardcr to Bruce for a score. Polk made one extra point to put Hope out front 20 to 7. .North Heights scored its single touchdown in the. final period. :The Bobcats journey to Crossett this afternoon for a game with the Eagles who are coached by Henry Denson. The Eaglosjjgve a 2-2 record for the season, some better MADISON, \Vis. -/P)_— The inter- t hon the Bobcats. Ordinarily the Bobcats would be favored but s-svcral ailing players could and probably does offset any advantage. Hope has lost to De- Queen, Smackover and Fordyce IVl/ViJJ.OWl^ , YV 1». ill •>- " - *..i, —.sectional imlionally' (olevised loot- ball game here tomorrow afternoon boils down to :i dual attraction: Rice vs. Wisconsin and Mne- j;le vs. Ameche. ' TheOwls from Houston rind the Badgers, both unbeaten will clash before n sellout crowd of 52,819 at UKianoma iiiuvtMi KJ m*- iiuuv -• jjuiwi i. «> ^wi.uk.. ,...-..,. Ihe nalionl ratings last week Camp Randall Stadium, while refraining from competition - i - J 'in anticipation of tho Texas game while olher leaders were being engulfed in a wave of upsets. With Gefee Calame, their star, uuarlcr- baik, still out of action., and sophomore Jim Harris taUimj his place the Sooners irtay.be. in for a bad lime this week.. Oklahoma coach. Bud Wilkinson admits he has a better than fan- while beating Stamps. Crossett holds victories over Ark The Wonder Boys; boasting the biggest squad in the AIC, are unbeaten 'this season, holding triumphs over Memphis. Naval Air Station and Southern.- Ounchita has yet to win. dropping decisions to Southeast Oklahoma and Li'tlle Rock Junior College. Defending AIC champions Arkansas A&M takes on rugged Hendor- son State Teachers at Arkadolpnia md The College • 6£ -the Ozarks •neels Hendrix' at Conwiiy tonight. A&M undefeated after .two contests, is favored to whip -Henderson, which is having trouble finding good line material. Oznrks. which held Southern to a 7-0 victory, should roll with ease oVcr "Simon-pure" .Hondrix Southern \vill be trying to gc back on the winning trial lomor JOPLlN, MO. 8-4t.the best team'in'the Souhwest. 38 HEREFORD cows 2nd calves, Registered Bull, Heilevs 15-22 mo. ,t\CJt, lOliWi v.*J*^M»»t springing. Winnsbaro, Tex. Lou byiine^s* ?? *"••-««--i. — Myers, S131 McKinney Ave. Dal- The Rice-Wisconsin meeting brings together two of the season's most talented and colorful backs t.n any major teams. It's Rice s Ricky Moetile, a speedy elusive Wisconsin is rated third in this week's AP poll of the nation's teams, Rice IHli. Most promising are two of the nations top backs Rice's hij?h- fly no rvish Dicky Moe«le. whc has exploded for fivu tougndowns on 220 yards in only 10 carries, playing less than half the time, and Wisconsin's mighty Alan Am-che, the slashing, battering "Horse." who has ground out 334 yards m 35 attempts, scoring two touchdowns in the prycoss. Ameche ranks 10th in the nation in rushing. Moegie loth. The Badger fullback is famed for his relentless power while the Owl dependable is remarkably shitty and adelphia and McGhee and lost to Magnolia and Monticello. The Hope'band and many fans vill go to .onight. las, Tex. .^ui. jL.viun.j' A i *.«»->.••.». i — _,--.. 8-6t runner against Wisconsin's Alan Crossett for the game fast. In Grade school play yesterday Garland downed Paisley 8-0 while Oglesby took Brookwood 2-0. Arkansas Football By the Associated Press Conway 19, Catholic High 7 Harding Academy 28, DeValls Bluff Cl Clarendon 33, Ha/.cn 6 Marvell 2G, Helena B (i Gurdon 25, Prseolt 12 Mineral Springs 0, Ashdown 0 (tic) • row night when it entertains Wil liam Carey College of Mississipp at Magnolia. The M-uleriders boast one of th finest first strings in the AIC, bu have been hampered by lack o sufficient icscrvo strength. Noll ing is known about William Carey Arkansas State. Teachers, losers L O. Co vender ' • Heglfitered POLLED HEREFORD SALE October 11 Idabel, Okla, Beginnlnrj at 1 p. m. at the Idabel Sales Barn 3 miles East on Highway 70 60 HEAD 38 BULLS Aaed>l8^o24 Months 22 BRTEP HEIFERS BILL HELDENBRAND, Auct. For Catalog — Write: - . Cavender Courts Box 868. Ph. 667 ', Idabel, Okla. Badger Coach Ivy Williamson cemented: •We have every reason to fear runner against wjM-'jii^i:! o ..***"• vv ^ nuv- ^»^*^ -., "The Horse" Ameche, a mobile Ri ce , The Owls are unusually fast, One month montht Balers ird Tractors ipriWrlt* 'itforCo. llx months' On* year ....'. All other mall- One month • Three months (|x months ;., On« year ... 260 .'.'.'.'.'.'.VI 4.50 1.10 3.25 6.50 13.00 I'M dividing my Daylilies. Clumps moun t a in who crushes opposing ten to 40 cents. Red verbenas )tacklers Wisconsin is tha No. • ,i free. Arthur'Gray, Ozen. 8 - Gt |team in this week's AP poll oehmd I' lyv,_T_l ^,T^1 TTr^T.A Hefl Atlvertlslnf . Representatives; Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; Lost AT Fair Grounds, Black Female Cocker Spaniel, answers to name of Jett, Liberal reward, Phone Mrs. James Cpbb, 7-2622. 4-Ot andBeaufyin 2- .; Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, 0tl iSember of The Associated P'resst The Associated Press ,s entitled exclusively to the use for republ cation ot all the local news printed In thit newspaper, a» well as all AP newi Jlspatches, ELECTRIC. Motor, one sixth Horsepower, 'hundred ten volt. Good condition, price $0.50. Coles Double Dip Ice Cream Store. 8-3t For Rant THREE room apartrrient, private •bath -and' private, entrance. Near school. 80S W. Fourth. Phone 73152. 28-tf FURNISHED 4 room apartment. Electric refrigerator. Garage. No children. Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 N. ,Elm, 1-U Oklahoma and UCI-.A. Purdue, which had its day of glory in beating Noti-3 Dame, runs into a well-balanced, experienced Duke team that has a wealth of good backs. They're fifth .ar/1 sixth, .respectively, in the weekly i g n i tin r *s ""' '* ' ' ' ' ''"'***^'* f '. Stanford, a lightly .regarded team until it whipped Illinois before the TV spectators last wek, can establish itself more strongly by beating a high-scoring Navy team in- the clay's top game on thr> Pacific Coast. Second - ranked UCLA has a comparatively soft one against Washington. deceptive and well coached. The Rice line will outweigh., ours but isn't as dep in reserve:;." The early season score sheet shows Rice victories over Florida The fastest snake in the United States — the western whip snake — crawls at scarcely more than three miles an hour. won the Cotton Bowl show last New Year's Day. Tho Badgars finished third in the Bi« Ten race a LOVELY air-conditioned one and two bedroom apartments redecorated, inside and, out. A nice place | to live for reasonable rent. J. I. and Cornell, while Wisconsin year ago. spanked Mnrquette and Michigan I.. When tho two schools met tate The invaders, Southwestern their only previous encounter, in Conference champions leaf fall, 11952, Wisconsin won .21-7, Funeral Directors ... PHON LIEBLONG Phone 7- 2228. •REALTY CO. 5-tt MODERN 3 room, unfurnished duplex. Conveniently located. For showing, phone 7-3481 .between 9 and 5. 6 ' 3t NICELY furnished rooms, reasonable rates, private bath, private' Erma c. phone, utilities paid. Phone 73474, ask for Gene Smith. "-"t Eastern Star No. 412 will render a program 'Sunday, October 10, at BeeBee Memorial CME Church commemorating Peaks Memqpia and Star Day. The Rev. T. J. Rhone Grand Patron and pastor of Bee Bee Memorial will do the preaching Mr and Mrs. D, K. Carson o Dhllas, Tex., and their friend were the dinner guests of Mr. and McKinley Carson also Mrs. Gamble. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. ANNOUNCES A NEW POLICY! Now you can have your Home Rewired to meet modern conveniences and new fixtures. All on 12 Easy Payments No Carrying Charge-10% Down Payment Balance Monthly YOU CAN EARN MONEY PRODUCING EGGS! Co. Control Co, JN5VRIP HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A234 Mo. 3ETWEEN high school and Garland Grade school, nice two bedroom home, living room, dining room and kitchen. Vacant now. Foster Realty Co. 217 S. Main St. Pr, 7-4091. 7-3t Strayed RED Jersey bull yearling. Phone 7-2445. 7-3t Help Wonted WHITE or Colored — to solid' house to house with fast selling items used in every home, Lib eyal commissions. Apply 107 S Majln, No phpne calls please. C-3 NICE south bedroom,' adjoining bath. Conveniently located. Mrs. j. A. McLarty, 303.S, Pine. !;.• ..'•'•.:. • - •• 7-3t "URNISHEP apartment, 3 rooms and private bath., Bodroom with bath. Dial 7.3184, 1002 E. Third. • 8-3t IQAW prWwPT^™ T» ™ P^T^^^ Hope Builder's Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 kVES HOUSE Vernon Phillips left Thursday night after spending a few days vis iting his mother, Mrs. Ruby Williams, and other relatives. Mrs, Sue Hicks left Thursday where she will join her husband, ATTEND "POULTRY DAYS" October 15th and 16th Demonstration Farm, Blevms, Arkansas (15 miles west of Prescott) SEE —Poultry Houses built for Arkansas and built for less than 35c per square foot —houses that will permit you to get high egg production summer and winter, Qf \vut* c cn*^ " ••- j ._ Roland Hicks, Jr., in Los Angeles, California, Notice COX'S Station at Fulton will serve Turkey dinners, Sunday, October 10, $1 per plate. Drinks extra, MAC'S Restaurant Opens. New hours: weekdays—4 p. m. to 11 p. m. Sundays for lunch--10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Mr. .and Mrs, Mac. Dale. 6-4t Instructions Hove Your Car PAINTED NOW! "„ $35,00 CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 g. Uth. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo. car pglnteo we thsit work on ypur or The Negro Community BEEBEE MEMbniAl, O. M. E. Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. Epworth League. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship MT. ZION CME CHURCH. Rev. I. M. Manning, Pastor 0:45 a. m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Epworth League 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship BETHEU A. M. *• CHURCH Rev. a. Paschal, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11 uiro. Morning Worsnip 6 p.m. A. C. E. L. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship. CHURCH OF GPP In CHRIST Eld. O. N. PennlBi Pa«tqr 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. roorolng vyorsnlp. 8 p.m. V. P. W. iff, 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship J-ONQKE BAPTIST PHMROH Rev. F, K. PpW«Ui P*»t»f 9,-45 «.ro. Sunday gebQO* ;? a.m. Momme Worsbto. 0 p.ip. B.-T.'-V. ,„ ^, 8:00 p. in. Evening Worship RISING STAR BAPTIST Rev. W; M, frby, 8:45 a-m, gundey H a.m- 6:00 p. , , < ,., .. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship SEE —A range rearing program that works the year around — that grows strong, healthy pullets capable of shelling out eggs summer and winter. YOU CAN BUILD AND EQUIP A LAYING HOUSE FOR LESS THAN $I.50_PER HEN YOU CAN BUILD AN EGG ROOM FOR LESS THAN $150.00 YOU CAN BUILD YOUR OWN FEEDERS AND NESTS , We've built our demonstration farm to meet the conditions in Arkansas. The farm has been prodycing results far better than we expected. We would like tp share o M r experiences-share the lessons we've learned, That's why were holding this open house. You are invited to attend on either Friday or Saturday,/ WILL SEE AND NESTS POULTRY HOUSES • kANGE SHELTERS » LAYING CASES • HOME W6P WATER FOUNTS * VARIOUS TYPES OF MANUFACTURED NESTS AND ON ALL EQUIPMENT'BOTH HOME MADE ANP MANUFACTURED ™ RANSE SHELTERS ^COST FIGURES ON K* PROPUCTIOJJ. < a.m U a.m. Morning worship 6 p.m. 8:30 p §" Eastern Star BW » Church 10, compamel'will be^on 9Y» )$1$ II »1 inr P»f 5|»f-* • ^TBTJI f W$ 7- t ' - "sm-r, WwS^jPBF^I P^tmli^Rii^SffiSiMl^ nmn' t 'ARKANSAS MOM STA«, ., , ^.M^tife ;Mi WHAT A &EL1GHIFUL/ RMT ; r ,T, LANGUOROUS NIGHTS-; \,veM--MY WIFE POURED SOME OF weft Best PERFVMEIN MV PIPE'CAUSE IT SWELLED AD HAUMTfNG OOO REMINDS EXOTIC DAMClMG GIRLS ANfD TEMPLE &ELLS WHAT A HORRIBLE DISAPPOINTMENT SKONDANt) BUBBEKBEAN By J. ft, William! OUT OUR WAY r i flPM'T "y A6AIM? WA MARRIEP f AMO THEV PO HAVETIMD J SAY, BUY P WOKAAN / ALL THEIR BATTLIrJ 1 AMOTHER I WORKING \ IM THE STREET.' THE PISHES \ COCONUT / WITH THE ) SHUT UR OVER OR MAKE ] POR. 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WO ACC1PENT, POTT6RIVOU OR YOU'D HWB OE&-VOU LEARM IT,TOOl THEN \TtYOD WEKB PE£' TO SILENCE U!W A.FTER HE HB N\U6T'VE ACCU&EP PERMBTO FINP UEARWEP THRU THI& LETTER YOU MURDERED VOUR SRWJOFiS>— JL LIETTER YOU WITHOUT TELLINS HOW HE FOUND oun 22Possosf2S 24 Festive 20 Soviet city BORM THIRTY YEAR^ TOO SOON) ,32 Legislative body 34 Seal again [ 35 He works in a ' newspaper office Se.Worm .•37BeloVe'd . 39 Heredity unit , • '4'0 Main point '.. .41 Thrflush i : 42 Discredits ! 45. 49 Enter: With Major Hoople OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAMAGSD TO 3AM, t i L 't . \ t I • • V •>,! * «•>"' ^^ "OOTi AND HER BUDDIES , TELL THEM. )a-6HODLD I 60 OUT ANiD " \M& VALES MAI^E V«SX,Wt\W te- oo US&DTO-DRUB 51 Malt leverage 52 Poker stake • H 153 Successful pertormances , [94 Falsehood 65 Blow a horn 56 individuals I 57 Sorry CARNIVAL By Dick Turner 8UGS BUNNY WEUL, THAT* ANOTHER U'l'L JOB PONE -PER T'OAV FUN^Y BUSINESS By Herthbergei ALLEY OOP ...AND WHILE; I HAVEN'T THE BRUNNEHILPE, 'SlEAST DOUBT I OOULP DEAR.WU MU5T\ EASILY BEND YOU T0[ BAH/ UNDERSTANP I AM J MY WILL, THE VERY MAN OF PEACE.THOUGHT OF POINS VIOLENCE TO YOU 15 ABHORRENT TO ME/ PICTISH /I'D ASK iV "You mean this ISN'T the Idlewfld interchange? 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