" ' SMSESzsassisssssfflitasfesai r^vvgw^ HO ft *f At, HOP f , -A * HA N I A S AERATOR SHOP aiel ,8t, CLASSIFIED ' '• Ada Must fee In Office && Before Putilicatioa Jt * . r _ A. ~ . I* J, . — •- t-*-*MMJ>. J ...^- - ...*-.-.--i'-Tj-'- — ^ For Rent thrM •sr 1.20 1.50 t.SO 2,10 2,40 2,70 3.00 II 16 to 40 it td 45, SIX Day* 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 * CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 4.50 6.00 7.50 9100 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Service! Offered FURNISHED 4 room apartment, Electric refrigerator. Garage. No children. Mrs. Anna Judson. 220 N. Elm. 1-tf MATTRESS renovation aftd. Inflef- spring work- Cobfo Mattte»a Co, S16 South Washington. Phone FOR PLUMBING Repairs,, Call Theo Long, 7-3407. 15-1 Mo. iUJi^y^IfcMMld atttti For Sole fifeS* . r:::::: :::.:: ....... soc per in* Rotes quoted obove ore tor con- «eoi»!ve Insertions. Irregular or skip- data ads will lake the oneway rate. All dolly classified advertising copy Will ba. accepted until 5 p. m. for publication th« following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication ond to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more . letters, B*.jps or figures aueh as house or telephone numbers count os one word. The Hope Star Will not be responsible for errors in Want Ad» unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion 'of ad an* then for. ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Loyaway Open on> TRIKES - BIKES AND . DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. LOVELY air-conditioned one and two bedroom apartments redecorated inside and out! A nice place to live for reasonable rent. J. I. LlEBLONG HEALTH CO. Phone 7- 2228. '. 5-tf THRFE room apartment, nicely furnished. Bills paid. 204 Bonner. 11-TF Homecoming for Bobcats on Hope The -Hope Bobcats will entertain Fairview- Cardinals of Camden Good Fishing Spots in Arkansas Areas LITTLE ROCK <!?> The State Game and Fish Commission reports fishing should bj good in the following sports over the weekend listed by county: Baxter County White and Norfork Rivers bream. Franklin Arkansas River rough fishing. NICELY furnished 4, room apartment and bath. Private entrance.- Available loth. 7-3497. : 12-6t 1947 JEEP Station Wagon, over drive, radio. Good condition. $310 or Best offer. Phone 7-4597. ll-6t UNFURNISHED duplex, 4 room^, private entrance and bath. Garage. $30.00 per month. Phone 7-5557. . 14-3t Notice 26 FOOT Nabors single axle float trailer, 5 bud wheels, no tires vacuum brake's: $425. Gdod Shape. Tol-E-Tex Co. Hope, Ark. 12-Gt COX'S Station at Fulton will serve Turkey dinners Sunday, .October 17. $1 00 per plate. Drinks extra. 14-3t here .tonight -jitfij o'clock in Ham- Quachita mons Stadium in a cdfitest that is perry rated a to.os-up.. . Saline It will be homecoming for the Hope lads with coronation festivities scheduled 'for 2; 15 • in the School auditorium and pre-game ceremonies at 7:45. shortly before the .kickoff. Co-queens this, year are Judy May .and Margaret Archer. Neither Hope nor Fairview have beeh- very impressive this year with both teams being beaten frequently. The only two mutual opponents were Smackover and De- Queen. Both teams lost to Smackover by two touchdowns. The Fair- view-DeQueen score couldn't be Garland .Lake and black bass Hamilton crappio; white Lake bass crappio bream. Nimrod Lake crappio. Hurricane LAKE BREAM. NOTICE Hope Star ONE 26 inch Boys Bicycle. Good condition. Call Harry Hawthorne, phone 7-2241 or 7-3153. 13-31 GREEN or snap beans, bush type. Phone 7-4458. ' '14-3t STERN irURES fenc'Mfund "itor of HOP* 1i»»J Con»lldot«d January 1M7 1*2f * SEVERAL 'pieces of plate glass. Used doors and 1 used comode. C. D.' Lauderbach. Phone 7-5551! • ;:..-.•: i ...... • • 14-et Will we continue to hold to party ties and ignore the welfare of the state of Arkansas? • VOTE FOR REMMEL Pol.- Adv. pd. for by E. C. Martin Texas Rules a 2-Touchdown Edge Over Hogs AUSTIN, Tex. learned but the Cardinals were not able to score whhile Hope'was edged' 13 to 7 in a well played ball game. Besides homecoming the Bobcats will have something else in their favor. -Last -year at Fairview the Cardinals poured it on tho Bobcats 34 to 0 and its not likely the .Hope lads have forgotten that astounding Razorbacks Wanted • C,' E. Pointer, President Alex. H. Waihburn, Secy-TfM. ah The Star Building • 111-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkanioi MBt AltK. H. Woihburn, Editor «. Publlikw Paul H. Jonei, Managing Editor Jctt M. Dovl», Advertising ManagM . Qeorge W. Hosmer, Mech, Suph Entered ot second clou matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkanioi, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation! . - , K> , PARTS" ,•" ^' 13 ^' P) PORTER &JPPSrator.," • Hope ' ! 'Hy67T West Jomplefe.Pa^t 1 Service for Subscription Rotes (payable In ai}- vance): By carrier Irv Hope and neighboring town* — l-ordjrjietors «h uf. ' ' • .or. Write, ' , Tractor Co. ttr year By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, '•Wayette, Howard, ond Miller coun- *'•*— os On* month ............................... ""Vis Three months .............................. 1.60 Six months .................................. 2.60 One year .................................... - 4.50 ," All other mall— On. month ... ......................... - ...... 1-10 Three months ............................ 3-« ,llx months ................................ 6-50 , Ont year ..................... . .............. I 3 - 00 "IvNvfl A4vertlsln« Representotlvesi 1 Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick •Ida., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; oC IE. 42d St., Ne* York 17, N. . Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; TermloaL Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla Member of The Aisoelated Press: The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the uSe for republicatlpn of all 'the local news printed in this newspaper, os well as all AP news ..dispatches. Funeral Directors WANTED '.TOBUY' One inch rough green Oak. Lumber — regular lengths pnd tie siding. / For prices' and specifications write.— GUR'DON LUMBER " '"COMPANY • .BEIRNE, ARKANSAS The Negro Community By Helen Turner • Phone 7-5830 ." Or bring Items to Miss Turnir at Hicks Funeral H6m» humiliating night. Last night, on .. Arkansas' put their . the local field Bethel AME Church will conduct an appreciation service beginning Sunday, October 17, in' observance of the sixth year pastorate of the Rev. G. Paschal. Rev. Anthony Jones will be guest speaker. The public 'is invite'd. A very urgent meeting of the Ycrger P. T. A. is being called by the president, Mrs. Sarah Jones,, Friday night, October IS, at 7:30. All members and interested persons are requested to: be present. Yerger 'High School-"Auditorium. ' • ' '"}: The Nelson-Hill Post No.%27 will- have a program Sunday, -October 17, at the American Legion Hut, Dedicating it's Colors. .Free bar-b- que will be served after the program. Time, 4 p. m.. The piiblic is invited. , • ... .•$$ Hope's "B" boys licked the Camden second team by- a' '13-0 tally. Charles Tittle fan over from five yards out to. climax a 50 yard drive which featured Tittle's running. Don Roberts kicked the extra point. Hope racked up another touchdown in the final period with Perry Purtle intercepting a Camden pa,ss and racing do yards for the score. Outstanding for Hope were Roberts, Johnson, Lingo, Purtle and Tittle. In grade school play Thursday noon Paisley defeated Oglesby by a 6-2 score while Garland downed rating and an .unbeaten ,^~.- on the line here tomorrow afteroon when they mee; 1 the University of Texas, pro-season favorites to win the Southwest Conference championship. Despite thefact tUat they have lost two games this year, Texas rules .as a two touchdown favorite to hand lha Razorbacks their first defeat of 1054. Texas' losses were to Oklahoma L R, Run Over Rqzorbacksof Texarkana By The AtsocTated Press The Little Rock Tigers have 1-ammered out their third straight Big Seven football .victory, provid ing pretty reliable evidence that they don't put much stock in a pair of early-season losses to out of-state teams. Last night's victim was Tcxar Kana. The scoro was 25-7. And again it was the Tiger formula o hard running backs able to go al the way from anywhere that pro vided the difference. For the second .straight week th Tigers had to come from behind t win, too. Texarkana led 7-0 bcfor the referee had the whistle bac in his pocket. Two Little Roc touchdowns followed in the firs quarter and settled the issua fo all purposes of the won-lost recor Against Fort Smi'.h the Tiger ** ... . . •!! •„ But they turned on the steam and ie Grizzlies vfell. , Both teams open the confer* nee season with a 52-0 rout ot lot Spring, Little Book lost 2-U ! Texarkana, 'Tex.. an:l collapse 6-20 in front of Istrouma Hig Baton .Rouge. . The two touchdowns that gave ,ittle Rock the lead at Texarkana vere scored on a 34-yanl pass* rom Hammond Sntterfield to Scott woodnvmsee and a seven-yard end run by Ralph Goldman. In the third qua rim- Darryl Herbert and Jimmy Martin wrapped up the game. Herbert scotted 42 yards with a lateral to score and Martin returned n Texarkana pu^ 05 yards for a touchdown. The loss was Texarkana'S first in. the conferenco and third of the Benson. Tho Razorbacks walloped Hot Springs 38-0 in their opening game. ' . Little Rock's triumph leaves the Tigers tied for the Bis Seven lead with El Dorado each with three wins. That knot will bs untied next week at El Dorado when tnc Tigers and Wildcats meet. ' the infant stages of. the More pedestrains are killed dur- m s imuic hours of dusk and darkness game.'than during the hours o£ daylight. and Nctre Dame, two of hold State Brookwood 12 to 6. The lineups: .Hope 175 Howe LE 168 Crawford .. LT .160 Chambless LG 147 J. Keck C '. 156 Herndon .... RG 180 Moran RT 151 Huddleston RE 152 Johnson .... QB 162 Marlar HB 140'Mullins ...... HB 162 B. Duke .... FB Real Estate for Sale Fairview : Little John 157 .... Cramer 172 Belk 136 Busby 137 ..Alexander 161 .:...'... Carrol 190 .... Williams 160 .. Gillespie.,150 Walker 140 McKissack 135 nation's top 10. The Steers decisions over Washington ;nd Louisiana Stale. Arkansas was moved up to No. 12 in the Associated Press' weekly poll of • tho country's top football teams after last Saturday's 21-20 conquest of Baylor. The Razorbacks also are enjoying the novelty of sitting atop the Southwest Conference standings with a 2-0 league mark. In addition to Baylor, tho Hogs have whipped Texas Christian 20-13 arid the University of Tills a 41-0. An iron defense has been, the backbone of Arkansas' success this season, and that defense will get its sternest test against Texas Texans boast a Liif team with plenty of depth and a devastating ground attack. To date, the passing game of the Steers lias left much to be desired. Arkansas' offense?, from -overpowering. whi'e far, has demonstrated that can move in OAKCREST' FUNERAL HOME! ' INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND 1 & HAZEL , . . 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. FOtJR acres with Hope water, electricity, gas. G. I. Approved 4- room home. $3900. $1,000 down, balance like rent. SIXTEEN acres-opened Hope edge, 5-room home with city conveniences. $3200, % down, balance like rent. GOING Cafe fully equipped including-lot, good building with 4-room living quarters, $2300. Only $800 down. Samuels Real Estate and Insurance. 101 E. Front St, Hope, Phone 7-3766; ' 12-6t cr-« io'nd Be<*uty in •^ l^»/ l | * f ~* ff f tt.«>ir Fine** °* P, ( '^ALLPAPER ,-7'?* M bj£; we us, . •; Co. Male Help Wanted OVERSEAS Jobs. High Pay. South America, Alaska, Europe. Travel paid. Seljj-addressed, stamped envelope brings details. Dept, 44A, EASTLAND COMPANY, Box 1400, Los Angeles 28, Calif. 11-lt Stolen 'CURRY'S ermite Control Co. (5UARANTJEIP Cell DEEP red or maroon Schwinn bicycles from Koe Mason at 1301 South Elm. Black leather seat, black grips on handlebars, arid basket when stolen tike new. Contact'Frank Mason. Phone 72581 or 7-3508. H-3t Help Wonted FOEEIGN-U. S. JOBS SO. AM. Alaska, Spain. Fare paid. 1000's U, S. Jobs to $18,000. Trades, Of, fices, Factories. Stamped self addressed env. brings reply. Job Opportunities, Waseca, 44B, Minn. U-lt Strayed BLACK and white spotted hound. Reward. Howell Baker, Route 1, Emmet. • '.',''. V&-1A 'Instructions IOAN5 iY SURPLUS CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th. Phone 7-3337., 22-1 mo. Lost Hope Builder's Supply Co. Phone Your Car PAINTED NOW! $35.00 yow ore having yoyr-ear point^ql we cqn ^Q thot wprM on your ryiptpr, brakes or body vvprk. ' ' Expert mechanics elwoys oyaUable- _ BQY'S yellow gold Hampden wristwatch with tan leather band. Mrs. Forest Hairr, Phone 7-2204. ' ' •. , . 15-3 6' x"20' WIRE mat, betwe'en Hope and Spring Hill. Notify Tol-E-Tex Co. Hope. • 15 ' 3t 2c OFF FOR .... BULLDOZER WORK Land Clearing — Dirt Moving ant) Pond Pigging. Call TOM PUCKITT 717 W. 6th St. Phone 7-3794 HAULING Sand, Gravel, Fill Dirt and Top Soil. Light Hauling. ERNEST JONIS Phone 7-3860 There will be a free Wirier roast at the Douglas farm Friday night, October. 15. The public is itivjited. Sherward Johnson of Yuma,'Arizona, is visiting his brother, 'Roy Johnson who is ill. ' Mr. Edd Thomas, Mrs. R(ibby D. Roberson and Mrs. Elizabe^j Cooper and son, Doyle, of Los Angeles, Calif, attended the funeral of their sister-in-law and aunt Mrs. Dora Cole, and were the house guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. 'Geo. Smith 'Jr., and family, they also visited their brother, Mr.,Willis Thomas and family in Spring Hill, La., and-sister Mrs. Mattie Lue Glover and family in Emerson, Ark. BEEBEE MEMORIAL. 6. M, E. Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pastor ' 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. Epworth League, i 8:00 p, m. Evening Worship MT. ZION CME CHURCrt Rev. I, M. Manning, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship; 6 p. m. Epworth League? 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship BETHEL A. M. t. CHURCH Rev. G. Paschal, Pastor 9:45 a. m- Sunday scnooi. 11 a.m. Morning Worsnip 6 p.m. A. C. E. L. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship. CHURCH OF GOD In CHRIST •Eld. O. N, Dennis, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. morning worsnip, 6 p.m. Y. P. W. W, 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship UONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Powell, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 1) a.m. Morning Worship, 6 p.m. B. T. U. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship Wisconsin to Stoke Record Withi Purdue By WILL GRIMSLEY 'Of The Associated Press The line-splitting rushes of Atlanta (The Horse Ameche will be matched with the deadly pitching arm of -Lenny Dawson tomorrow when Wisconsin•'tiri'd Purdue clash at Lafayette, Ind., in the battle oi second and fifth ranked football powers. Behind Ame'che's powerful running, Wisconsin has swept through its first three ^amos without defeat. Dawson pitched Purdus victory over Missouri and Notre Dame before beint; shackled las week in a '13-13 tie with Duke Wisconsin is a seven-point favorite Duke, also unbeaten and posses sing what may be the stronges' team in all Dixie, will have its >,^^w~*.~ .„„ clutch. The Razorbacfc; were able Honeycutt 1641 to turn their opponents' mi.-takcs n their own advantage against loth TCU r.nd Baylor. And, so far, the defense has ieen able-to provids the "breaks." The trio' of Arkansas foes have umbled 15 times, and 11 .of those niscues have been recavcred he Porkers. Texas' overall team strength, md Arkansas : lack cf it, could be he deciding factor in the tilt The Texans coast three fine .earns, while Arkansas can call on no more, than 25 men when RENT HOUSE JACKS WIRE STRETCHERS POST HOLE DIGGERS TARP5 RIAYIS BVWAIN RISING STAR BAPTIST , Rev. W. M. Erby. Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school; 11 a.m. morning worship. 6:00 p. ro. B. T. U. 8; 00 p, m. Evening Worship GARRETT CHAPEU BAPTIST Rev. F. R. Williams, Pastor | ?:<5 a.m. ^unday School ; 11 a.m. Morning worship II 6 p.m. P.T.U. • r 9:30 p. m. Baptist Hour ovei Station KXAR. . • CHURCH OF GOD c, L. grQMloy, Pa 9:45 a. m. Sunday school 11 a. m. Morning worship 6 p. m. V.P.W.W. 8 p t m. Svening worship , own hands full at Durham. N. C., where it meets a swift-hitting Army team which has scored one- sided victories over Michigan and Dartmouth. The televised Game of the Week pits Southern Calif or nia against Oregon at" 4:15 p. rn., EST. Holding prime regional interest are such games as W Rst Virginia ?.t Penn State, pitti-n; -two unheat- on; elevens of the East; Michigan State 'at: Norte Dame Alabama at Tennessee; and Arkansas at Texas. Oklahoma, which catapulted into the No. i'oosition i'. the Associated Press poll on convincing victories over California, Tuxas Christian and Texas, moves into itp on league the Big Seven where the dangers aren't so gravs. The Sppners play Kaunas and they rule a three-touchdown favorite. UCLA, third ranked behind Oklahoma and Wisconsin, has a home date with up-and-down Stanford and the experts figure ih'j Uclans, the last Ro:<d Bowl representative?', have enough single- wing power to win by 13 points. Ohio Sta'.e, also unbeaten, is host to the Iowa team which knocked off Michigan Slate in the first game'of the season. Minnesota, the surprise-of the Bis Tan with three straight triumphs, takes on an Illinois*, team which hasn't gdt moving. Ohio State, is fourth ranked nationally .'while Minnesota is No, 11. .Both,-;at'C! favoved. , .he going is rough. A defensive weakness at -end, which Baylor exploited to much advantage i'n the second half • of last Saturday's game, could provo disastrous to the Hogs "when' they try to stop Texas on the ground. So far this year, Arkansas has tumbled one jinx- after another. an whipping Tulsa, the ' Razorbacks held 'a team scoreless for tho first time in seven years; their triumphs over TCU and Baylor marked the first time they have beaten that pair in on successive Sat-' urday in eight years; and their four-game . winning streak is the longest posted by a Razorback eleven since 1936-37. Against Texas, the Razorbacks face another potent jinx. In 35 previous meeting:!, Texas has whipped Arkansas 29 times. vAnd, Arkansas hasn't beaten Texas in Austin since 1937. Arkansas Coach Bovvden Wyatt's team will enter tho game without serious injuries, a'nd.Wyatt is taking no chances on a key man being hurt in scriramagfli. Only half-speed scrimmages were scheduled for the week because Arkansas can't afford to lose a single player from its lightly-manned awuad. Wyatt probably will stick with opened That to look at ease the starting line-up which the game against Baylor. would put Teddy Souter and Jerry McFadden at ends; Eddie Bradford and Jim Roth at tackles; Dick Hardwick and Bud Brook;; at guards; Jerry Ford at center; Prest on Carpenter at blocking back; Joe Thoinason at wingback; Henry Moore at fullback; and George WaJker at tailback. Retired Lonpke Physician Dies LONOKE Ml Dr. Sam A. >• By- flw AsleclatetJ P ress Boston" ' Don McCray. iei8'/ 4 , Bpstoni knocked out Bob Isler, 173, . : Youngstpwfl, phjp L. C. Morgan, 138, "Youngstown, stopped Elmer kakatQg,, 137. Vaimgfttowjn, 5. '""" v YpvH (SunnysUJo Arenas 'Ray Prake, 160. Brooklyn, ovt- ' Phil Hizw>, 153, Brooklyn, Manias Football ity The Aj ML Southall, 87, retired physician, died at his home here today. He was cne of the founders of the Arkansas Medical Society and was the first president of thu State Boai'd of Health. A native of Bun'.yn, Tenn., Dr. Southall practiced medicine at V/hitehaven, Tenn , before moving 10 Lonoke in 1901. He was Lonoke County health officer for more than 20 years. He retired from active practice after World War Survivors include a son, Sam A. Southall of LiUle Rock; a daughter, Mrs, William Miller of J»ASAT>E,NA, N., J. Gwis.00, 31, a widower and wstoJ^er, jsomplalued to we yesterday ahctut ne- Dallas, a sister, Mrs. Helean Crutcher of North Little Rock; end a brother, Radford R. Sout all of We will f °f_ v ,», Wherever you go ... whatever you do ... you look ar ease when you feel at ease, and that's how you'll feel in Jockey brand Shorts. It's your type of underwear: Tailored from 13 contoured pieces to fit you snug and smooth — other exclusive features give you long wear, full comfort. So be at ease wherever you go — wear our Jockey brand Shorts and matching Contoured Shirts. 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