Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 5, 1954 · Page 21
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 21

Publication:
Location:
Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, November 5, 1954
Page:
Page 21
Start Free Trial
Cancel

MOM STAR, HOM, f Hday, November §, IWtWf •«*««•' T •*5£* L */1- , t 'towSuM . >..., CLASSIFIED Ms Must Be Ifl Office Day Before Public&ttoa AD p and oceemodo- «MUnHollowed with ft* OrtB 4.50 6.00 7.50 ,9.00 35 I 05 2.JO S.so 10.50 111 K.B IS U , a^iis^srtfx-, l iiSI* •:::;:::- - «* %< %* 5 Hmw ..i....< 50C P er ln ducted oboVe ore for ctm- nve ,hs«tl6M. IrrtjJUlar or skip- ore ads will t«k« the one-day rote. All dally closslfled advertlsmfl copy Will b« accepted unt I 5 p. m. for • the following day. For Sole Teams Go Out of State Layawdy Open on TRIKES - BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY, ••»• f « ERINQ ed fan de*p eep Freeze bmeryMkt. 2gj^^^^«fe«^«««in^ mm* .treet Al*t*ii. Iplfe'd/pcome'Fund llltus",aV«ilable.fi'om UjWQJilBI ^^ ^^ • ^ i ^V/ 3*^?^" *%^A***i' I HA 14* tA/M«fr Tha published reserve the right to nvltt or edit oil advet-tlseniBnts offered for publication and to re|*ct «iy objecftonabl* odvertlslnq -tub- • mltted Initial* of one or more letteri, « fiiUpi or figures such os house or ilephone numbers count as one word. The Hopo Star will not be respon- •tlble for wror* in Want Ads unleM Irrort ore colled to our crtrtntton after FIRST Insertion 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONEt PROSPECT 7-3431 PANSY Plants, large flowering, best plants, Monts Seed Store. 1*31 30-30 LEAfcER Action Rifle, $30. Youth Bdd, $12.SO. All wool size Ox coat hat and snow pahts, $5. 38,000 to See Porkers, Rice Battle It Out By RAY STEPHENS LITTLE ROCK Iff) The undefeated Arkansas Rnzorbacks, working for a spot in the Cotton Bowl, meet the favored Rice Owls hero tomorrow afternoon in a game and Tennessee. • • • • that will go a Ion? way toward de• El Dorado, whose only blemish ciding the football champion of the is a 21»7 loss'to Little Rock, tackles] Southwest Conference. •' By tOM DYGARD &f Th* Associated Press Big Seven leaders go out of the state this week end for their football and, except for District FAA, .he important games arc inter-con- fercnce. „ Little Rock, unbeaten in the Big Seven goes to Paducah, K.y., tomorrow night to try to improve its record against oul-of-state teams The Tigers, stomping merrily over Arkansas teairs, have done no better than 2-2 in their confpetiUon with teams from Louisiana, Texas and Tennessee. Underdog Role 'Cats Entertain Magnolia in District Game Natchez, Miss. The Wildcats are looking for their seventh victory of the season. 7-2622. THREE redbone Hounds, one, two and three years old. Treeing, M. J. Copeland, Nashville, Ark. 2>6t 5 ROOM modern home. Floor fiir. nace, attic fan. 1305 South Hervey. Small down 'payment, balance like rent. Phone 7-45C8. 3-3t 6 ROOM house at 1019 West Fourth. 2 nice lots with shade trees. Phone 7-4472. 1C Arkansas, winner of six straight games this year can whip Rice, the Ra/.orbacks will nee'-l —————• nothing more than a tie with South- Evidence that heart disease, can- crn Methodist to clinch their first cer. diabetes and mental disease tit]e sincc ]g4G tend to run in families has been reported by statisticians o fthe Me ( l- ropolitan Life Insurance Co. Hope Star SEVERAL colorful cushion mums blooming in containers. Also budding chrysanthemums . Bring containers. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 'Star of H6*«'18991 Cortiolldtttfld JflBUorf 18, C. E. Palmer, Preildenl Alex. H. Wo«hburn, S*ey-T«»* at The Star Building 112-1* South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansai PANSY plants. Large flowering. Monts Seed Store. Real Estate for Sale The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mlsa Turner at Hicks Funeral Homo Rice must win if it is to stay Is Familiar Role to Porkers By The Assoc'ated Press Arkansas, in the familiar role of underdog although unbeaten a lift untied through FIX straight games, seeks to repel the. rugged chal- enee of Rice while Southern Moth- rtdisl and Baylor fight to s=tay in the race in a crucial Saturday of Southwest Conference football. The Razorbacks have been favored in only two games this season the opener against weak Tulsa and Vast week against lowly Texas A&M. It hasnt mace any difference; Arkansas has played as well against one as the other.' And now comes Rice, with its hiffh powered offense and Dicky Mocglc ready to make his greatest bid for All-America. The Owls must win to stay in the race ard there'll The Hope Bobcats go into a dis trict affair against a strong Magnolia Panther team here Friday night at 8 o'clock in Hammons Stadium. Again the Bobcats will be heavily outweighed but that's nothing unusual as they have in practically " Bowl Picture . Depends on Weekend Play • By RIP WATSON OF The As&ocia T ed Press College football turns the corner tomorrow into November, Ihe ..ra- dilional month for determining the this who game teams, and in whacky season the teams can't fio to the bowls will be stool ing the. headlines Irom those who UCLA, for example, finds itself in a painfift position. The nation s UllUSUiiJ HS LIlcj nave *»» j^i «*\*i.»*•«**»? jj-j ;t jjciuu u i jj^^t u«-. •. every game this year. The "hot |top . ran kcd tenrn cnrt acVl to its and cold" Panthers have come tip prestige by whacking Oregon, oui J\.1\-T I I ' Hi3 fc >••«* •• - - - \Vlll iO SI 1 J *** tilv; ItlV-V. II'. .^l . m . —- •" - in the running for the champion-, be nQ ho] " ding hack. A lot-of things ship, and the Cot^n Bowl bid that| B] . e du(? to nappen a t Lilllo Rock witH a pretty fair record this year winning four while losing only two and tying one. pr if it does, it will go' a long way toward boosting Southern Calijoi- UCLA's bitter' cross-town rival ~ 1« lying line. Till'., u».u.-i o w.^vvv-. . ..... •- . The played Haynesville, La., but j n tc the Rose Bowl. UCLA is occompanics it. Despite thcii 4-2 record, which includes defeats by SMU and Wis consin. tho Owls are favored by three points among the men who make their living of the fat of tho as Rice goes after its rtr.iight victory over tho back?. With one eighth Razor- odds. Tills is no novelty to Arkansas, wh-ch has been the underdog m The Friendship Club will Friday night, November 5, at C *J4 1 J * uillt> °' 6 at 7 o'clock. Wll.Wll 11UO 'J*- •*- •• — 11, • four of its six previous games this yeor. Rice hold? a 22-5-2 edge ovnr Arkansas in the schools' 29-gamo series, pnd has whipped the Ra- years in a row. in eye cocked on' tho Ozarks, Baylor' and Southern Methodist battle Texas and Texas A&M respectively, and they have to win, too, to keep their hopes plive. In fact, a certain combination of circumstances could end the the score is not available. They hold wins over Fail-view, Arkadelphia, Smackover, Crossett and have lost to Texarkana and El Dorado but tied Fordyco. Hbpe has a couple of wins and a tie while losing the rest of the way. The Bobcats continue to be plagued with bruises which will see at least two'-'regulars failing to start this week, Mullins and Chambless, J\l)HtJ I_»u*v i. w*--*j* • -•this year, but the No. 10 leu.... Southern Col will be almost certain'of tho spot if. the TrojahJ velt Stanford temm row. Similarly, Oklahoma, the No. 3 team, is bnrred fiom another trip to Miami for the Orange Bowl this year, but the Soonrcs aro the rle- termln* factor in the EiR Seven conference. Oklahoma meets Iovu» Sta1«\ which doesn't figure to both- team. 7-0 at The Community Club will meet'^ crence Rock to share championship . tho with Aim. H. Wiwhburn, Editor «, Publliber. Piul M. Jonei, Monoglnfl Editor Jtt* M. Oovlt, AdvortitlrtB Mona B « Georje W. Hotmer, Meeh. Supt< Entered 01 tecond claci matter at HitT"oit Olfleo ot Hope, Arkon.oi, under the Act of March 3, 1897. • m^MM P i^«»w ^v ™ ^ — •—' — — — I J,11C ^^v^iiiiiivt".*'"^ — —= —«— . , , ' a t the regular meeting place Mon- IN Frisco Addition, priced for November', at 7:30 p. m. quick Sale, we offer three beaut- •" , iful building lots, 50 ft. .wide by| The Usher Board of H aynes Cha- Only Arkansas and SMU are undefeated in conference piny, and the-Mustang have been lied by SMU meets Texas A& Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation!. Subscription Rotes (payable In advance): |y carrier In Hope and neighboring towns— ••r week i 'I'Vnn Per year '. 13 -°° ( By moll In Hempsteod, Nevada, LoFayette, Howard, and Miller coun- ...:.._ 1.60 1 2.60 4.50 140 ft. deep, for only $800.00. ^ ^ m . t ,.«. AT 916 South Elm we have reduc-1 rally" Sund'ayT November^ 14 at •iss^.u^.r^'gsl^e^^ge^siia huge master bedroom, large liv- Sd r °bedVS ng lSn ^^|a cSv'tagt™ w ? l be hew Saturday, l^—^^^^7 Clear skies 1-0 Nice November 6, at 1 p. m. at wnue _,_.,,„ KR^oovnp M A lie \J ait v-* **»*•-- -" - iTPXtlS O 'VI VJ jjn-v.i.1.' — pel Baptist Church will sponsor a^ omorroWi all d the Mustangs must that one to slay in the ruiv for title. A capacity crowd of 38,000 assured' for . the_ Rice-Arkansas HUH Ui UJI UtlJJlJl-t.'.v.^" • ; - - - ' conference race Saturday. Should Arkansas beat Rice and Southern Methodist lose, Arkansas would bo champion although still having to play "SMU. • There are ether combinations. Foi instance, if Arkansas and Baylor won nnd SMU loses, Arkansas will be in the COtloh Bowl although it might end up in a tie with Baylor for the championship. Arkansas beat Baylor in regular season play, to furnish ths slua- °And there's the possbility that Southern Methodist might take over the conference leadership. The Their places will be filled by Me- or the Soonei s. tomorrow * ., I, t ...»«J 1\ T t e E« rti 11* I l M I Dowell and Fmcher. The kickoff has been set for o'clock. The lineups: Hope LE 168 141 147 156 176 151 155 162 152 162 Crawford Fincher J. Keck Herndon — Honeycutt RT T. Ozmer Huddlest'n RE Grumpier McDowell HB McKamie Marlar HB Woodard Johnson Q3 Andrews B. Duke F3 Cassidy ,bra«ka and Missouri, the leadinR 8 contenders at the moment, follow m the Oklahoma schcdulo. And the University of Miami. Magnoia barrcd rrom bowl activity by nn Setliff 165 s r CAA . ruling, can add to ' l * No ' „ £• LT Thomas LG Dodson C D. Lewis 245 173 185 RG Kirkpatr'k 140 175 145 155 150 175 190 off-beaten following Funeral service for the Rev. J. ^L ing at Little Rock's War Me:. Covington will be held Saturday, | ^ staclilirn . clear skies and AME Church with Bishop __,,__-„^Supply Co. feofelJ381-.. _ One month Three monthj (Ix months » One year All other mall— . . .„ One month ......,i...........i '•"« Three monthi »•"• gx monthi ,*'gg Q^g yftar * •• IO(UW AdveftUIng Representotlvei: m Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick Wemphls 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas lonV Bldg.,Dall« 2, .Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, !».; 60 E. 42d St., NeW York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, of built-ins and storage. K St." a tnd G UO «:|WV-£ Wilkes officiating. deep. All for only 11,000.00.. FHA, | G.'I.'or L O IfclLUVI 1 1 •« v- "- chilly 55-degree weather have been forecast for the game, which stai-.s at 2 P- m ^SonrSaSl Funeral-service for Mrs. Pauline ^^ J K ^ . *e S "' M-^A nf^if nn^Pssion Ellis will be held Friday, Novem- ,. t DJ kv M ocgle aeamst an aleii available. Quick possession. . ^ ^ ^ ^^ Chapel Baptist ^^Vdefense which has _ al- . _. AMrnT -,n V^TTI A T rn-O- r*/*i I f-ii i- TT:_I-™ 17" i n-.i-i.'nl WnnriP TQin - , n V(?l*T rt 6 Of OTlly *7.0 pOlfltS ^^S!'leader of the Southwest CALL FOSTER REALTY CO, Church. Hicks Funeral Home is in 217 S. Main St. Phone 7-4691 | charge. ' 0*ut Mrs. Mary Jackson of Hope died in rus hing and scoring, win ' —• „. , Mrs. mary jacubuu ui ^^ ^»^ in rusmng anu -V "-• ' . u m ,i=in.i NICE two bedroom home. iiara - Thursday, November £. Funeral, pitted against Arkansas Diuibi«». wood floors, plenty closets. At-L rran gements are incomplete. '' - ,-,,i—., w=«rv Mooro; tic fan, flopr furnace, Venetian . —_, . « bh'nds. Small down payment, bal- .-j-here will be a musical recital' ance like rent. , • presented, by Class No. 8 of Be- .T 606 South Hamilton '«'«-•Kavilthel AME qo-nound fullback, Henry moor, ; Mome "s second to'the Owls' All- candidate in both rushing Methodists have only s tie to mar their record. Defeat for Arkansas and victory for SMU'would .put the latter in the lead by a half- Ba'ylor and Texas clash at Waco in the nationally telcvissd game of the week, with possibly 40,000 c n ue to iam into' Baylor Stadium to watch the old battlers have it. Southern Methodist and Texas A&M arc due to draw about 35,000 into the Cotton Bowl at Dallas and the Arkansas-Rice game is expected to attract 38,000.. Texas Christian, seventh member of the conference, is taking the week off. out. the Church, Novem- emer «» Th. A.soeloted Prefit fhe Associated Press is entitled ex- eluslvely to the Use for republ cation of all the local news pr.n ed In this newspaper, o« well as all AP newt d!spatc.he*. ' rooms, nice shrubbery.- Garage and shop building. Streets paved, j Close to Fair Park. HERE we! have a nice large three room cottage on 75' x .150' lot. also will have Arnca candidates in, PILGRIM REST AND TURNER 'CHAPEL. UNION CHURCH .Corner Stone Laying by St. An-'j Anchor of the Bud Brooks, gu'ard, while All- Arkansas speedh 100-pound Guarl' Kenny Paul Owl line.on-both defenso and offense. • ; r. '•;-. Arkansas will hold a Funeral Directors Tho Razorbccks use twi near cheap. Station. Will DO you want a small business? We erintendent •esiding November 21, 1954. had troub le in lincimg aa^ ,-^ 10 a. m. Sunday School By Sup- laceme nts for his first_ stung line. ,:«t««^««t ' r T,, nri^ition to preservmc "s im I'AND' USED -OUAS8 ?(|NSTAUtED n ^ a QfANO, USED PARTS sn "^ IB beforo PORTER have complete grocery store, 10:45 building and fixtures. Small fleers, stock, going business. Will sellj 11:00 HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. building and ground separately. Located in Spring Hill, Arkansas. •GREENING REALTY CO. G. I. Loans, Insurance Real,Estate pointees. Prayer Service By the Of- Sermon By Pastor or ap- Phone 7j46Gl 5-3t Instructions For Rent and tofd^Troctbrs JpM^^to. lra^r £o CLASSES In tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo. HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bargain House and Pawn Shop, 205 S Walnut, Phone 7-2471.' 18-1 Mo For Sole or Rent NICELY furnished 4 room apart ment and bath'. Private entrances TWO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool hall. If interested, contact A. S. Williams, 300 E. 7th. Texarkana, Ark. Phone 7-5860 or 22-6600. 19-1 Mo, 7-3497. ' 23-t NICE duplex apartment - thre rooms and bath. Located at 40 West Fifth street. Call. FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 South Main Phone PR 7-469 Wanted lite Control Co, _ t INSURED jfU&IANTfEP |fffJ««p««H9n.C?1| WANTED TO BUY One inch rough green Oak Lumber — regular lengths and tie siding. For prices and specifications write — GURDON LUMBER COMPANY -, ARKANSAS Help Wanted WANTED AT ONCE - Rawleig Dealer in Hope. For particular see A. L. McBeth, 355 Pine stree Stamps, Ark., or write Rawleigh's mut-iiidii-o **•" — • ^ in addition, to preservmc ST-sa^B Service By Bro. Sel. ]ast Saturday. The ?^ak started will Dept. Tenn. AKJC-641-IR, Memphis, 3-lt Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE PROBATE COURT NOTICES Offering Afternoon service 2:00 Prayer Serv ...... Easter, Sis. Allena Henry, Sis. Ro-,with the ie Brown. Tulsa in Sermon Rev. J, D. Kempsy Offering Song The Eastern Stars Prayer Rev. C. B. Jackson )lor. Texas, Corner Stone Laying St. Andrew's " °'™ Lodge W. M. McFadden WW. • Offering All guest churches and pastors are invited: Common Hill, Mt. O'Lay, New Bethey, Haynes Chapel, Mt. Pleasant, Calvery Hill, Gallilee. Rev. A. Legans, Pastor Sis. Louise Easter, Mistress of Ceremonies. BEEBEE MEMORIAL C. 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. Mannlna, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning \Vorship 6 p. m. Epworth League 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship BETHEL A. M. t. CHUpCH Rev. G. Paschal, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday scnooi. 11 a.m. Morning Worsnip 0 p.m. A. C. E. L, 8:00 p. m, Evening Worship. Baker Has Weigh* Over Jimmy Slade PHILADELPHIA'. UP) Jimmy Slade New York's pocket-size heavyweight. will ' eiye .a w a / height" "reach' *nd • about 30 'pounds 'to big Bob Baker of Pittsburgh toni«ht in their nationally-televised and broadcast 10-rounder at the arena. „ The pesky lade, who usually beams 180 pounds, is undaunted by the physical advantages the heavy-hitting Baker will carry into their battle to pick a possible future opponent for champion Rocky Marciano. Baker is an 8- favorite. AAA to Relax Stiff Penalties HOT SPRINGS OT — The Arkansas Athletic Association is going to relax the penalty against high schools which unwittingly play ineligible athletes. A new rule adopted at sester- day's meetihg of the AAA permits schools to use ineligible athletes who transfer from other schools if ^the athlete's transcript doesn't detail his 1 previous athetic experi ence. An earlier rule called for for feiture of all games in which an ineligible player took part.' The rule change was proposec by District 3 and backed by Clarence Geis, principal of Jones ranking by whacking •Uiburu tomorrow and that up with victories over Alabama and Florida. Both of the latter are in the running for the Southeastern Conference WJc. with designs on the Sugar or Cotton b °Arkansas. the surprise team ot 1954 will be going after _ its seventh consecutive victory against Rice, and another win by th.. fourth-ranked Porkers would just, about wrap up the Southwest Con- fercnce title and an automatic berth in the Cotton Bowl. They'll e in the bowl for sure if Texo. A&M should end its victory famme vith an upset of Southern Metho- boro High'School. Last year Jones boi-o forfeited eight games after i was discovered that a reserve line man on its football team was in eligible. Arkansas has de- . . Slade, aiming to protect Ins No ranking in the division, plans t give Baker, No. 7, a dose of th ••-lippery tactics he employed t upset previously-unbeaten Tomm Hurricane) Jackson in New " in his la?t outing. It ; s almost unheard of, however, or the Southewest Conference raw o be decided so early and nobody would be surprised if Rice supend ed Arkansas, thereby throwing the •ace in to the usual mad scramble I Purdue. No. 8, is ths only otacr team in-Iho top 10 with c game thaf has bowl significance. The Boilermakers have only an put- ride chance of overhauling.high- flying Ohio State in the Big Ten -aV They won't have any chance [it all if pa^er Len Damson and runner Bill Murakowski don t subdue Iowa, which is currently ranic- ed 12th and anxious to get bacK in the select-group. At the time, Ge.is said the bo ransferrcdi to Jonesboro from Rus sellville, and his transcript didn show he had played football previously. The AAA also voted to increase the assessment for its members 'ro'm 10 cents to 15 cents for each pupils above the seventh grade. FighlsLostTiight By The Associated Press PROVIDENCE, R. I. Charley Slaughter, l»2\' 2 , Westfield, N. J. stopped Peter Aguirre, 130, Los Angeles, 6. Philadelphia Joe Rov/an, Phoenixville, Pa., outpointed Roberts, 170, Philadelphia, 8. the select "group. . . , . ,.<»•, Ohio Stale, ranked just DehmJ-5 UCLA in the poll, can't afford to let "down against Pittsburgh, which olroadv has bounced two teams. Navy and West Virginia right out of the. top 10. 175, Pat Top Radio Programs NEW YORK (/PI Selected radio programs tonight: • NBC 7:15 Frank Sinatra; 7:30?,, Dave Garroway. CBS 6 Tennessee Ernie; 7 Crime Photog, "Showdown"; 7:30 Godfrey Digest. . ABC 8 Serenade Room; 9 Football rally at Pf>rn. MBS 7:30 Take A Number; 9:30 Army Program. start this line-up Sie: V ^ F SSK ^ So'uter at ends; Eddie Tod Brndfor.1 Brooks tailback;, and Moore at full PINK SS^SSSleBa^m at Tackles; Don I ®» -t cSi thf^e^ New shipment of these new PINK SHIRTS just arrived. Regular and button down collars. The perfect shirt for your new Charcoals and blacks. MAN or woman for part time sales work. Mast have car. Experience not'necessary .Commission. Writ* to Post Office Box, 250, Hope, Ar» }tan$9S. giving name, address and phone number for appointm<>»t. Notice is hereby given that the following Executors and Guardian have filed their'Final and Annual Settlements with the Probate Court of Hempstead County. Arkansas, for approval and -confirmation, to Final Setlement of Mrs. Lela Bell Bruce, Executrix of the Estate of William H. Bruce, deceased, filed October 11, 1954, Final Settlement of Sula Wesson, Executrix of the Estate of Callie Wesson, deceased, filed October 29, 1954 Annual Account of Edna E. Hilliard,, Guardian of the Estate of Milton Flowers, incompetent, fued °And e all 9 pewwis interested in theJR|9|NQ 9TAR_B_APT|ST above named estates are ordered CHURCH OF GOD In CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennis.^ Pastor 8:45 a.m. Sunday School U a.m. morning worsnlp. 6 p.m. V, P. W. W. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship LONQKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Ppwoll, P»8tor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 1J a.m. Morning Worshio. Q p.m. B. T. U. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship Service* Offered rwovatjqn ««i4 to come forward and file exceptions if any they have within Sixty | (60) days from the date sa»d set, tlements were filed, or they will be forever barred from excepting such accounts'or any item thereof. Harry Hawthorne . , Probate Clerk P* Hempstead Ciounty, Arkansas. By Arthur C- Anderson. P. C, «*WPE&. *?*&$£ JOHNSON PRINTING CO. 9 Printing § QftiSf & Rev. W. M. Erby, 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. U a.nv morning worship. 6:00 p. m. B. T. U. 8:00 P- m. Evening Worship iARRETT QHAREW BAPTIST Rey.'F. R. WIHIams, Pastor 8v*5 a,m. Sunday School U a.m. Morning worship j:3Q m p. r m'" 'Baptist Hour ove) Station CHURCH OF GOD C, l», CrPWUy. f^ 5 a, m. Sunday school liafk' MOJ IIS t3uw*»^- vlv ^ ,,, , back! and Mac Taylor at fullback. | Steelers Favored to Defeat Giants P1 TTSBURGH W The Pitts, | burih Steelers are a 5-poh.t favorite far Sunday'r National League fnntlnll same with the New YOJ-K C-TantsVre, but that's no comfort Coach Walt Kiesling. •To heck with the odds," com"merited Kiesling today. "Give me «ve players to replace those m- iurcd and Ihey can make thai Giants 20-point favorites Our team is in .the worst physical shape of lh The "teelers show seven players on the injured list. One of them linebacker Dick Flanagan, is out for the i-est of the season with a riisnlacod caitilage. •'This is a 'miss and out' game for us" says Kiesling. "Wo can't -if ford'to lose this one." 'The Giants, Steelers and the Philadelphia Eagles all share the Klon lead With four victor^! 3 95 of cas IH Tl^e Dltr c * c ^* :> A "" *""" . n^* w t i Sunday against the previously wm- g Chicago Cardinals. 17.14 and the Giants dropped a 24:14 deci-l lion to the Cleveland Browns. Yerger Tig«rs Ploy HereSaturdoy ^^^^^^5^^^^^S^?^^^^f^p5!^wW^p^^^^^^^^^^^^^p MOM SfAti MOMt ARRAMSAS , November S, 1954 you BORROWED THEM FROM ME LAST SPRING OVER six MONTHS THOSE ARE MY HEDGE CLIPPERS YOU'RE USING,AND I WANT THEM BACK s RIGHT NOW THERE ARE MY INITIALS ON THEM. RIGHT THERE VJHEN YOU'VE BORROWED SOMETHING KQK THAT LON§, .<•. IfbHbULP :C BE'LOMG TO you FOR BEING IN TOWN, STORMV-vOUST V -• •• • '-• • -" • * ;" KSH fe- Ufl 11 Ann. j» YW# iilliihlrfi i^^vhfii fctJ i ~ ^s|s*\ &C.:" OUT OUR WA* By J. R. Williomi Vc FLINT Common Quotes Answer to Previous Puzil* ' ' ' . 6v Michel 0-Moli.y ond I / , , V f '' »v •*>*£ ;/-^ ACROSS 1 "Mad as a hen" 4 slaw 3 Means of communication 4 More attractive S^epaud 65 "*?&«,» 1 Superlative H E R O N S c k= N e A R 1 S e & s T A K E R. R i r=> E * 1 T A B O R & P E G T A L. L. E R -^ ,. r •» O T e. & T b; K M e o e. 0 s N E K G S O b T •s u. o & T --.. ';• Yt\ 1 '1 E A A N T 1. O M F= R N t m P A S P 1 a, i. N & T ,1 N T A N G L. E '-K A P E U S s F U 1_ 1= V A C> E 0 9 1 f? 0 N fi S B N A .T B A S & S R A. R. B R 13 Indians 8 ,. down 14 "God's Little the drain" " 9 Agenda 24 Detest 38 Indigenous 15 Be ill performed 25 "Forever and 40 Torch. 16 Child's game iQ'The ever, —— ,"'' 41 "the—— 18 Return to Curtain" 26 Feminine . time"-; ,' office 11 Dregs appellation . 42 Inventory, r'.r." 20 College 17 « Fideles" 27 Artificial' . 43 Zulij war -'^"i officials 19 "Live and water channel band .' . • i;;.' 21 annum 28 "The Emerald 44 Bridge/,' '•'« Ttlo>» • AR r>(e«i<*h•'•• '.'••••' 22 Pitcher 23 "He also Isle" 46Distujfb 24 Exclamation serves who 29 High Cards 47 Mature ; .f ;i .| 26 Ages O nly stands 31 Corridors 48 Let it stand I:- j 27 "The deep an <i •• 33Prank §ODrj»ip ; :',".''' r! --" L : blue 30 Without ethical standards 32 Slanted type 34 Racket game 35 Holding 36 Compass point 37 Misdeeds v 39 Cravats 40 Insect 41" semper : _- tyrannis" • '•* 42 French city ; 45 Inquiries 49 Inflame 51 Humor 52 Mast 53 Eager 54 Mimic 55 Prong 56 Solidifies 57 Nevertheless DOWN . 1" and d tear" 2 , Fenna. , CARNIVAL IZ 30 34 5Z 55 37 zz 3Z 33 10 By Dick Turner ll-S .. T. M. Rig. U. 6. P«. Ot£ v Copr. 1954 by NEA 6«tyic>. Inn. 'We're lucky we're not in the capitalistic U. 8,! H»rt, wives think nothing of it when we come home without Ray checks!^ j_ SIDE GLANCES By Golbroith MEN'S NEW TOPCOATS Smart new topcoats in gabardine and tweeds, new fall colors. See these now. Priced from 39 50 UP HEKEERT The Verger TigevS will play a team from Canfiden In Hammp^s |S^ ,*t #.; «'«*»* .^W^JT M Pr«tty good crossword puwi* In ymr * Cle m «-l only got afaQyt half ef ttl" i> - s \ - t< LOurrt - \.PAKM A^ 1 KeERS.EGGS. ^) %££„ / IKJ HIS. LOCKER, AMP EG&S }f KIPOlW .Jill"** 'eefeS y f AfSEA-TEMF»TATIC)NTO ~\PBOPl li'll / * u*?i '.<. I O3V\ePlAN6.--BUTTH'c:RANe ) WlDA WEMTTOOFAR PlW .YstJLtS iMtHBMC«M-' IWTD HIM AN' RUIKilrP ALL OUR. IN THSRE/ EuotSE^Bur staarmf TAKE Hfe\QWU.vUFl£l'ito BLOMD& IM THE By OWE THEy CHECH FW^ILVl MOR H\$ ALL WHO BOUSHT BMCTUY LIK With Major Hooole OUB iOARPING HOUSE *> lu^eel Twe^f ,, COI?I?A1 - Wl ™ ^^' .-.TO 5UFPKE5S THE & "TArT.AMnrniTiicJp: 11 TACT AMD CULTURE : • eeMTLEMAKi OF TACT AMD FOR THE F1MISHI ••','.• BUGS BUNNY FUNNY BUSINESS By Herthbergai * SPECIAL TOPCOAT SALE ODD SIZES ALLEY OOP BUT rMVTAWNQ NO , M b/w» +ni fjr H>M »-y i,»w ^ftjfv T **i r y | t'frT!\*'Lr THEM CHAINS TViBR MM H^-h, * .M. . «^_ __ .i^v j i *_ A i**S i *.. i*»i*iijt u» ^/ f . i a'. ^ WORKING PERFECTLY.' TO SET ON besides, it guarantees you a sanitary handshakel" By NodiiH) Selrti em ifMnNM«>nlH.to,T,M,iMi.V,«.r>i.im /~*,,.\ WAS SO J IT'S THE ' - \S YOU ANNIVERSARY)/^ CAN-H WAPPV WHEN YOU SAlp^'YES* THAT I OF THE r-_ EXPECT; DAY YOU 4/*~^ ME TO * PROPOSED)/REMEMBER TO ME.Z «/THAT AND YOU THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNI M.L Rl®ff. yi f VOU ASKgO Ml,

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free