Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 2, 1954 · Page 10
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^u-jp" 2 ^ $* " * l _ j *• .as. ~m$»&&*'&*•&$ c-s-'t "• ^ . ' #X^-.' H0M STAR, HOFI» ARKANSAS fuesctoy, November 2, Strife - MbVlnfl Call ' CUSTO J^HTE fM , iihd- wr»j)ped for dfttp itMsffdr Deep " Free*e ,,7:4861,,, CLASSIFIED MUSt"Se 1ft Office fray Before fublicatiofl «rt '.poyirt,)* to will fat e»#*d MB. )t> foJS \i to 20 ll.W 28 On. ssr .60 ,78 .90 1,05 thrM Day* WHH ttt* un- payobtt • ., bqvi Month , t,20 1.50 1.35 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 270 3.00 1,50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 , o?lnrier«|»flni iGUirirtteed' • '• • * 7-8811 Si -IS 8 J6 to 40 <! V W 45 1 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 fjmft , 7|= per Inch f timS ;:::±::::::::;::± soe {£ m* - fUftM qUoted dbova Ore tor cott- •eetftlv* Iniertloril, Irregular or skip- data ad« will take the one-day rate. • All daily classified advertising copy Will be bcefe(Jt«d until S p. m. for publication the following day. Th* publishers reserve the right to 'r»vlm or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject ony/objectionable advertising submitted Initlali of one or more letter!, grJup* or figures such at house or telephone number* edunt ostone word. The Hope Star will not be resp&n- slble for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion 'of pa and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 . Ldyaway Open oh TRIKES - BIKES ANO - -, DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. 000 SACKS Lion Brand Ammonium Nitrate 33.5% Nitrogen Pellett Form easy to put out $3.20 per sdck", now is the time to put it on your oats. MCWILLIAMS SEED STORE 26-Ot PANSY Plants, large flowering, best plants, Monts Seed Store, Can't Outgain Opponents By ELD6N CORK ILL DALLAS, Tex. fUP) Tho amazing . Arkansas Razotback ranked fourth best lean in the nation; con't outgain thfcir opponents, yet are unbeaten and seetin headed for the Southwest Conference title. At winning football games, they're perfect. The Rnzorbacks, in six games, have outrushed only one opponent; and have the lowest per game offensive averegc, 244,8 yards, in the Southwest Conference. But the Hogs can score touchdowns when they count, and tbility to come through l-3t 30-30 LEAKER Action Rifle, $30. Youth Bed, $12.50. All wool size 6x coat hat and snow pants,' $5. , 7-2622. 2-3t Hope Star THREE redbone Hounds, one, two and three years old. Treeing. M. J. Copeland, Nashville, Ark. 2-6t For Rent clutch has carried them in to the six HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bargain House and Pawn Shop, 205 S. Walnut, Phone 7-2471. 18-1 Mo. Star of Hoi* 1W»> Pr««i 1M7 Contollrfated January 1*> 1*2* FERN SHARES , from". 1 Publtohed every Weekday afternoon by , ITAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Weshburn, S.cy-Trw. at The Star Building 212-14 South "Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor ft Publisher Paul H. Jenes, Managing Editor Ms M. Owls, Advertising Manager George W. Hosmer, Meeh. Supt. NICELY furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrances 7-3497. 23-t£ NICE duplex! apartment - three rooms and- bath. Located at 404 West Fifth 'street. Call. FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 South Main Phone PR 7-4691 ' Entered as second class matter at the Pest Office at Hope, Arkansas, •nder the Act of March 3, 1897. RNITURE CO. and Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations . Subscription Rotes (payable In advance): By carrier In Hope and neighboring < towns— i mmr wank , . ............ .25 , rwf w*«" ............................................. fer year 13.00 ' By matt In Hempstead, Nevada, '.Lafayette, Howard, and Miller coun- Wan fed To Rent A THREE bedroom house. Phone 7-2821. 29-3t Notice POSTED. No hunting or trespassing oh my stock farm. 2 miles south of Hop. Thanks. Elbert May. , 26-6t r ,0p* finonth "...... .MM.*.**..,.*.**.**.* •» Thr*f monthi.......'. - 1.60 .Six monthi 2.60 On* year - 4-50 ^.All oth«r mall— 1 'On« month rf,S.',,,: l.i" •Thru-moivttu 3.25 Six monttw* , 6 -5° Orw y»arv. 13 -°° M«n A*r«rt|flni Mprinntatlvoi: Arkpruas, Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Ida., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas •toft Bldg,; Dalloi 2, Texas; 360 N. Mlchliian Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E 42d St., hiew York 17, N. Y.; J763 Ptnobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg.. Oklahoma - City 2, Okla.' _ Member ef The Associated Press: p The> -Associated Pits* Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcatlon of all -the- local news printed In this * newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches, Help Wanted WHITE or .colored, Male or female to solicit house to house with item used in every home. Apply 107 South Main street. No Phone calls. 27-3t Male Help Wanted Funeral Directors NP'USED PARTS ars, isee us befor* buy. ', ->-•-, ) PORTER jllond Balers _ _ OAKCKEST 'FUNERAL HOME * ' BE EL HAZEL OVERSEAS 'Jobs. High pay. So. America, Alaska, Europe. Travel paid. Self-addressed, stamped envelope brings details. Dept. 44-A EASTLAND CO., Box 1406. Los Angeles 28, Calif. . 1-H 67 YEAR .old company has excul- sive territories open in this and surrounding counties for full or part time representatives ages 25-55. No investment. Home nights, car necessary. Good chance for advancement. Write Box Z %, Hope Star. 1-lt straight victories and a 4-0 conference mark. Saturday, the Razorbncks clasl with potent Bice Institute at Little Rock before a capacity cruwc of about 38,000 fanp. They can virtually clinch the litle and a Cotton Bowl berth with a victory. The azility of the Razorback to score when needed was first evi denced in thd opener agains Coach Bowden Wyatt's PorV ors crushed the Hurricane, 41 to U, yet were outgained on the ground 256 yards to 247. Arkansas did collect 144 yards in the air while Holding' Tulsa to 54. Then Wyatf* team defeated Tex-: as Christian 20 to 13. although the P.orkers made only 97 yards on the ground to 229 for the losors. Baylor rolled for 232 yards on the ground'and'97 in the 'aid but Arkansas, with only 164 rushing yards and 55 in the air won 21 to 20. Then came an exception. Arkaiv sas outgained Texas. 284-160 on tHe ground and won, 20-7. But in the next game, Arkansas returned to its plan of losing tho battles and winning the wars. Against Mississippi, the Razor-' backs sputtered for 125 yards rushing snd 98 passing. Mississippi rocked Little Rock's War Memorial Stadium with 221 on the ground and 31 in the air, yet lost by a touchy down. Against Texas A&M last Saturday, the Porkers made 161 on the ground, 47 in the air,, while giving up 273 and 38, but came out ; qn top on the Scoreboard, where^it counts, 14 to 7. Part of ; the answer -to Arkan-> sas' winning ways can be found ,'ih the fumble department. The team is highly-trained, 'superbly-conditioned" band .of opportunists. Opponents have fumbled 22 times and on J7 of those occasions, 'Arkansas'! recovered. . j ' The Razorbacks also are adapt at catching opposition passed; George Walker has grabbed--fatir end returnee; them 42.yards. That mark makes him the only Arkansas player to lead the conference in any department. As a team, Wyatt's squad from Arkansas, "The Land of Opportunity," has stolen 13 passes in six games. Razorbacks Still in 4th Place in Grid Poll By HUGH FULLER-TON JR. Of The Associated Press The growing idea 'that a football :eam has to "win big" every Saturday-to maintain a high national ranking will come in for a serious test next weekend. > Although the educators deplore the though of running up big scores to impress the voters, the success of high-scoring teams as UCLA and Miami has been reflected consistently in the baJlnfing of the sports writers and broadcasters participating in the .weekly Associated Press ranking poll. It's UCLA on top this week, the third leader in as many weeks. Led by flashy Priino Villapeu- va, UCLA rolled over California 27-6 after beating Stanford 72-Oand Oregon Cl-0. on the two previous Sat urdays. Those three straight displays of brutal pcwcr, combined with Ohio State's 14-7 squeaker over Northwestern, put Bed Sanders' Uclans ahead by the narrow margin o( 2G points. Ohio State had taken the. lead from Oklahoma the week before when Bud Wilkinson's unbeaten Oklohcmans wen by a small margin. When.thes same thing happened again, Oklahonr winning by oly 13-6 from stubborn Colorado, the Sooners dropped lower in tho point scoring although they managed to hold third place by a com fortable margin over Arkansas. Scoring is on, the basis of If points for each first-place vote, £ for second, etc.. UCLA carraling 72 of the 281 .first-place-vote piled up 1,931 points. Ohio State had 69 firsts and 1.903 points, Oklahoma 42 and 1,666 and Arkansas 16 and 1,494. Completing the first 10 wev'e Notre Dame. Miami (Fla.l. Arn-y, Purdue, Mississippi and' Southern California. Miami, another high-scoring team,'moved into the top 10 a week ago'after a 0-7. upset over Maryland.' Then it whizzed past Fordham 75-7 last Friday and. jumped to 'rixt.h in the rankings. Virtually 'all the top .10 teams figure to win from this Saturday's opponents, so it comes down to the question of whether just winning is enough. Army won from Virglia, 21-20, last Saturday but-dropped two notches in the rankings. Norcn Should Stick to the Outfield MEXICO' CITY UP) Irv Nt:ren of the New York Yankees, tried his hand at pitching yesterday and everyone concerned agreed he's a very good oitfielder. .Noren is a member of .a team of U. S. baseball players playing a barnstorming series with Bobby Avila's sll-slnrs. The U.S. team was ahead 7-3 "going into the eighth inning when. Noren, • who earlier had hit a home run, took over the rnound. ' In t\vo thirds of an inning he The loading teams, v/ith first- place votes in parentheses: 1. UCLA (73) 1,931 2. Ohio Slate (68) 1,903 . 3. Oklahoma (42) 1,068 4. Arkansas (16) 1,494 5. Notre Dame (4) f)o7 6. Miami (Fla.) (14 870 7. Army (1) 755 8. Pin-clue 685 .!). Mississippi (2) ' 529 '10. USC ' ' ' . 347 Second 10: . • • • 11. Duke " 174 12. Iowa , . 13. Cincinnati ' 14. Minnesota 15. Rice * 1C. Wisconsin 17. West Virginia (1) 10. Virginia Tech ;I9. Navy 30. (lie) Nebraska Pittsburgh Baylor 36 in a typical steel plant, one man four works on maintenance. ' HERNDON' CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION •Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 lor our agents A23-1 Mo. Instructions CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe, Katharine Windsor, 104 EJ, 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo. For Sale or Rent Legal Notice NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTYi ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF C. W. BARNES, DECEASED NO. 965 TWO .Business buildings, on Front Street, next to Pool hall. H interested, contact A. S. Williams. •300 E. 7th.' Texarkana, Ark. Phone 7-5860 or 22-6606. 19-.1 Mo. Call Jr. Night PNwit Wonted WANTED TO BUY Qnq Inch rough greeh Oak Lumber — regular lengths and tie siding. Fpr prices gnd specifications write — GURDON LUMBER COMPANY BE1RNE,. ARKANSAS Stryiett Offcrtd Last known address of decedent: Hope, Arkansas Date of death of decedent: October 10. 1954 An instrument dated October 9, 3954, was on the 27th day of October, J954, admitted to Probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned have been appointed executors thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be. effected only ,: by the filing, of a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published the 2nd day of November, 1954. L. H. Parris, Executor Robert Cassels, Executor Mail Address: c/o John P. Vesey First National Bank Building Hope, Arkansas Nov. 2, 9 McLeod Takes Over Insurance Job LITTLE ROCK W) John A. McLeod Jr., formerly of Pine Bluff has been appointed acting . state insurance commisioner to replace Harvey G. Combs, who resigned Friday to campaign for Orval Fan- bus, the Democratic nominee for governor. .... ' \ McLeod "has' been assistant conYr missioner since Jan. 1. s A nautical mile is one-sixieth ,bf a degree on a great circle of the earth. Prune Layer CAKE With fruit icing Applesauce CAKE Blueberry PIE Brown 'N' Serve Rolls fresh Daily JOE'S CITY BAKERY 216 S. Main Pole-frame construction cuts farm building costs APPLES • ' Wholesale or Retail • ARKANSAS BLACKS • ROME BEAUTY • GOLDEN DELICIOUS • RED DELICIOUS > STAYMEN WINESAP <CAGE EGGS RUSSELLS CURB MARKET 901 West 3rd Phone 7-9933 fpr psrt time sales Wfu^t have car. :$xperienoe Write A can save up to half the cost of ^" - ' p ' ' your barn?, «hed8.«te STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds,' Farm Buildings, and Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be con^ structed at low cost, CALL .„ .PR 7*4683 for complete information.. DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. |r^|. Ml •! Ip I ^i ' ELECTRIC CO. No Carrying ANNOUNCI5 A N|W POUCYl Npw ypu can have your H«me R«wlred to mes 4 ! mgcjern conveniences ond new fixtures. AH Qn ••; 12 Easy Payments PewB Paynwnl StWOtHERLOVE YORK, England, (UP) Dr. Ce- Hdric C. Harvey reversed the trend toward plenty, of mother 'love as advocated by rnany child experts be warning that too 'much ot it is : smothcrlove." Harvey, a pediatrician and lather of three boys and two girls, said such "guardian angel" mother, 1 ? produce "bored, frustrated, dependent, helpless children." TWO GOOD GCPS CEDAR RAPIDS. la.. (U P) Fire Chief Kick Kennlson and Fire Capt. Dale Holmes'helped a motor- st fix a flat tire and learned tha driver was Democratic Sen. Guy M. Gillette. He offered tt pay for ;hc job but the firemen refused. "Who can I say helped me?' Gillette asked. •Just two good .he firemen replied. v/alked five rrten, uncorked a wild pitch and gave up . twn hit and six. runs. The inning was- so • long the game was called because of darkness with the Avila all-stars winning 9-7. 103'94 80 75 07 53 55 23 26 26 The Heating Season Is Here Let Us Estimate Your Needs • .Forced Air Systems • Recessed Heating Unites • Suspended Unit Heaters • Floor Furnaces HARRY W. SHIVER PLUMBING-HEATING Phone — 7-2811 • OWEN'S — Hope's largest and best store brings you Hope's Biggest Values all day Wednesday. Get Double U. S. Green Stamps All Day Wednesday! CHENILLE BEDSPREADS $6.95 Full Size Chenille Bedspreads Wednesday Only COLORED SHEETS .' ' • ' ' ' * Colored Sheets. 81x99. 1st quality. Beautiful! Pepperell and Spring Night ; Plastic ' wrapped.. ...,,',..^.....••.•.••••-••••:•• ; —'• Plastic Jackets and Goals JUST ARRIVED! Misses and Ladies Plastic Jackets and Coats. Special Price Wednesday Only ....' HANDKERCHIEFS Wednesday Only! Men's 15c White Handkerchiefs CANNON WASH CLOTHS Here's a Red Hot Wednesday Special 15c Cannon Wash Cloths. Wed. Only Ladies New Fall Dresses Wednesday Only! While Only 75 last. Values to $13.95 BROADCLOTH SHORTS Men's 69c Broadcloth Shorts, full-cut, sanforized •....All Wool Flannel Slacks Wed, Only. Men's $13.95 all wool Flannel Slacks in all the new colors ARMY PANTS Men's $3.95 Type Four Army Pants Wednesday Only CORDUROY SHIRTS Here's o real Wednesday -Buy! Men's $5.95 Corduroy Shirts ^^ fiwi^^ '^^PBB^____. w , v .., , r .,^,^v OtAftK It! ISN'T IT *l| 1 /'' BUT NOU SAID IT DARLI NG ? WASSOMET-H NG DA'GWOOD, Vv/ILL YOU PICK UP A PACKAGE FOR ME AT THE IW SHOP? IT'S SOMETHING FOR DINNER By J. R. Willlamt Answer to Previous POP, WILL \ YOU sive ME A GO.OO RUBK5WM? WE'VE <Sid>T GAMES THI&WEEk AM' I GOT TO BUILP UP SOME MUSCLES/ WHY WOT? -me LADIES GOT THE VOTE, TH' PAWtS, AWC? ABOUT ABOUND WITH JIMAW M£ tM© MORSl* Screen Idol VIC AT LA«S6 5B6/V\ TO WJ6W A LOT ABOUT THE RBFFLB ACROSS 57 Bargain events 1 Screen idol, 58 Locks of hair , - DOWN Fairbanks, Jr. 1Australlan pompano 2 Siouan Indian FOR QUALITY and DEPENDABILITY • eateway 5 Burdened 20 Pithier 42 Low sand hills ISFlfiheecs 6 Maple genus 22 Succession 43 Shop 16 Scottish river ' ' Female saint 23 Look over 44Mirie shaft l"7FimfroM' (ab.) 24Ripped huts/ disease of rye & Invisible vapor 25 Sea eagle 45 Palm leaf •iflRpH ravinnv 9 Hot 26 Bed of straw 46 Genuine •.l«2?d canopy _ 10 Ja?on ,g boat 28 A boye 47 Mast • 11 Tumult 29 River in 48 God.,of love . HDUearea l2PereHes Africa 49 Proportion 1 • th£«staee 19 H6 is one of 30 Lampreys 50 Session (ab.) 1 22 Mlf (Prefix) the—-r- -38 Give . 52 Qualified ias pa£ * prei?x ' cinema actors 40 Mimic . 56 Rupees (ab.) •26 Through '.27 Completed Lfet us fill those Vital Prescriptions Registered Druggist on duty at all times. Call PR 7-3424 WASH TUBES for /speedy delivery from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Crescent Diug YB5...IF HER FIN66RPR1MT5 AKE OM THE LETTER.,WE* ruuiur p»»V ' I >n«««iln!Ji i ni,i'r STATION UWO-RUM^w|Pf{A|t . . T?" e tf ^y^Bfty,-iilt T 1 ' visfe wy fifttrMlM * \. «I>P« u/Miliirtiii rn» .K i31 Jieart (Latto) i33 Contend 134 Scottish alder ' With Major Hoopla ;35 Prevaricate '•• [36 Measure of ;"•• .C". cloth;'. " i37Require •39 Celtic Neptune OUR BOARDING HOUSE ACCLAIMED AS AM .Aer COrOMOl<SSSDR-~-T£LL ME, CAPTURED eeAOTtFOLLY THE OF t r40 Greek god of ' • " «Il Poems •V43 Spain (ab.) ' DEIS VouLt> COLOSSUS?— DM.' -fue • ;44 Musical , j"" instrument : 117 Pilots City in New ' i~ - York . Rfl-L iriT&LLSCTUAL •THS SOULFUL EVES „ LISTEMIMS ? ''52 Army post E7. office (ab.) ' ' j.-'pS Scottish' sallyard J Puff uji Talking birds By Dick Turner PUGS BUNNY \. oi IT ne niTrli- •' " y^frj.-^fsft' WHAT 1 * A 6ISN DON' O By Henhbergei FUNNY BUSINESS THE WORUP'S MOSly BOOK HOW TO BE BOSS IN YOUR HOME •AULEY OOP ' 1 ...IF THE i$ BEYOND REPAID . HOW CAN AU-EY /* HAVEN'T ANP I EVER GET (' „.-„._,„_.„.,-,.._-„ BACK TO OLJ(? '. £XlrJ9TlON,^xS%U^ PREHISTORIC -"°^* r -XSJ5- >MOO? ,_ *,? IjOOK...! CHDNT BUILD , THAT SAPGET-DOC SStX, I JUST THEN YOU WOrtT \ DID/ HE'S THE I THOUGHT OF LIFT A HAND TO X ONLY ONE WHO •'• BRING Dfc. WONMUG-A UNDER5TANP3 '^.w ^ BACK FROM TH' / ITS INNARDS yfS^fiBZlSw^'' 1 I, THIRD CJNJURY?/^^ ^..^^^^.T o"lr "i''VVfi$n youf mother gets here, for goodness' sake don't j • ' her .find ;oirt.^e^ T.M.I1««.U.S.F»».OH pr. IJ54 by HfA S.nlc«, ln< By Galbraith SIDE GLANCES i "Ceiitlement it's' agreed then-r-the book's not r Pop says thai every. r one should vote.. That's £p * PF MARTHA WAYNR **l'v« got § date with E«Jdi« tpnight, Mom-^»'i th* fihtf «n TYf J i-i. •£'•" '^ .',:.•; / U<M ™ ** '^KAfssjff^ TT. J tf.ijppii.. -^\^-^

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