Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 12, 1954 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, November 12, 1954
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* 2^* s tfKssvr r ' f ££""• i[4 "p. '(, * f ' -* /*\ f fc * 3 ., ? S T A * , . S AS 1954 ORK MoVlna " Ca " CLASSIFIED ' Ads Must Be In Office fesy; Before Publication WANT AD RATES I Wortf Ad« ore poyoble W te* bu* odi will b« accepted the telephone and accomoda- twn etcourtis jallowM with the urV dtlWohdWS fhfr .account l« payable *h« itotemertt W rendered. W6rd« Up to 15 16 to 20 11 to 25 !6 to 30 JT M 33 36 to 40 II W 45 •6 to 50 On* .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Thfee Day* .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 a,. One bays Month 1.50 4.50 2.00 6.00 2.50 7.50 3.00 9.00 3.50 10.50 . 4.00 4.50 5.00 . 12.00 13.50 is;oo ior M»de Into lnnertt)rln| k-Guaranteed Day Service) *«• DAVIS .IM * MattraM C«. ;lm Street phone 7-8218 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 tfrrie 7Se per neh 3 times 60c per neh 6 times 50c per Inch Rates Quoted above are tor eon- •eeulive insertfons. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All dolly classified advertising copy wtll be accepted until 5 p. m. for , publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication ond to relect any objectionable' advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless 'errors ore called to our attention after FIRST insertion 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Sold . Loyaway Open on ; TRIKES - BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. FIVE room modern home, floor furnace, attic fan. 1305 S. Hervey. Small clown payment, balance like rent. Phone 7-45G8. 10-3t BEDROOM suite, Springs, mat- Iress, $40. Channel six Aerial, $10. Phone 7-3223. SHARES bSvervlfle'd Income fund •rospectus available from " 7-4464 Hope Star Win Over SMU Means Crown for Porkers By WAY STEPHENS FAYETTEVILLE (/P) The South- West Cohf&rnnce football championship P.nd a berth in the Cotton Bcwl ai'o tip for grabs tomorrow afternoon when undefeated Arkansas clashes with Southerr. Methodist here. Arkansas winner o'f seven straight games this year will en ter the game as a slight favorite 1 ever the J once-beaten once-tied ll-3t Mustangs. The Razorbacks will need only a tic with.SMU to clinch the conference title while SMU Garland Wins Grade School Grid Crown Mike Galloway scored three times on pass interceptions to lead Garland to a 24 to 14 win over Brookwood and give the boys in blue the 1954 Grade School Football Championship. The fourth touchdown came when Louis Anderson passed to David Moore in the end zone. Ford Ware scored twice for Brookwood while Tommy Griffin stopped Garland behind their own goal line for a safety and two points. In another game joe Duke and Jimmy Lloyd were racking up TJ's as Oglesbzy swamped Paisley 8 to 0 to end league play only a elf game behind Q'arland. 'DuRe cored twice and Lloyd.once. The two top teams, Garland and Oglesby, will meet at Hammohs Stadium tonight (Fridayi as a cur- ain raiser to the Hope-Arkadelphia game The game will begin must win to remain in the WIZARD washing machine. Old fashioned chin a cabinet, chrome ]nugt win to remam , n lne dinette suite, antique coffee ta- \ tof lhe c i )arn pi ons hip and the bles, other household items. Mrs. tomalic Cotto n Eowl bid Frank Philpot, Highway 73 about 1{ Arkansas wins it Will take Vt. mile off highway 4 north. 12-3t j ts fj rs t conference crown sinco —:*-" — ~ ~~lOisf and tie the longest winning ' ' ' For K6nt ' etreak over run up by. a Raznr- — back team nine straight in 100!). HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post The game likely will match Ar- hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bar- karisas' improved passing 'attack gain House and Pawn Shop, 205 capably manned by sophomore S. Walnut, Phone 7-2471. 18-1 Mo. tailback Geo rg e Walker against -— hh.cr aerial wizaidy ot SMf's Duaii2 NICELY furnished 4 room apart- N .,H Star of MOD* 1199) Pr«" J»J7 Consolidated January 18, 192* ; Hlflhway 67 WiTett BLOCK'S IED FURNITURE CO. • -" Limits Wert paorater Barrel* for Sale |p1iW7-4381 -Hope, Ark. .d,%:@ravel/ Fill Dirt 'and v -Hduling. Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C'E. Palmer, President Atax. H. Waihburn, Secy-Trot, at The Star Building XI2-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansai ment and bath. Private entrances Eoth teams boast tight defenses 7-34B7. ' 2 • with SMU holding an edge in con- Alex. H. Waihburn, Editor & Publlifcer Paul H. Jonei, Managing Editor Jeff M. Davis, Advertising ManaQW George W. Hosmer, Meeli. Supt. u private bath. 514 East Third. xv!hlch hasn - t -allowed single _ ' touchdown aerial all year. FOUR room furnished apartment. Arkansas' ground attack centers Electric refrigerator, Garage. No around 190-pound 'Henry Moore th Mrs Ann a ' Judson, 228 Southwest Conference's socom 10-tf leading rusher and -scorer Moore who is noted for his diving plunges •at 6:45 and the public is invited to come out a little early and see some rough and tough football. Final Standings: Team Garland FIVE room house, 1% mile west on into the - line has averaged -moro 16th Street. Inquire across'road, than five yards a carry this year. Howard Livingston. 10-3t The Mustangs claim their back- 'lield is their best since Doa;c ind Missouri. Comparative scores show tha Arkansas whipped Texas by 3 joints while the Longhorns tioc SMU; Arkansas beat Texan A&TM .iy seven points but SMU's margin of victory over .the Aggies was only ,hree points. SMU defeated Rice jy 14 points; Arkansas whipped the Owls by 13. In the 20 previous meetings between the two teams SMU has won 18 games to only nine for Arkansas. There have been two ties. The U. S. Weather Bureau at Little Rock forecast clear skies, and balmy 70-degree weather for 1he game which starts at 2 p'.rn. Arkansas probably will start this line up: Ted Souter and Jerry M Fa-dden at ends; Eddie Bradford and Jim Roth at tackles: Bud Brcofcs and Wayland .-Roberts, at guards; 'Jerry Fol-d at center; Preston Carpent or a t block ing back; Joe Thomason at wingback Walker at tailback and Moore at fullback. W .. 4 t, 1 T 1 Oglesby ........................ * Brookwood ................ Paisley ........................ 1 Visible light rays are from one 40,000th to one 70,000th of an inch tlong. , __ PROOF that Dodge truck's _ 145-hp. Power-Dome __ V-8 is the world's most economical engine for pick-ups, panels, and low- tonnage stakes, as well as the world's most powerful! It's a better deal for the man at the wheel! See us today! &EB001 021710. LI.to11.5NL PD— VAN NUYS CALIF 13 ... L. J. PURDY, VICE-PRESIDENT AND 6ENERAL MANAGER TRUCKS-CHRYSLER CORP.-DODG* TRUCK PLANT—21500 MOUND ROAD- DETROIT— CONGRATULATIONS ON PERFORMANCE OP DODGE POWER-DOME V-8 PICK-UP TRUCK. TWO TRUCKS WERE SELECTED AT RANDOM BV CONTEST BOARD AAA OFFICIALS FROM GROUP OF NEW TRUCKS AT THE FACTORY. AN ECONOMY RUN WAS MADE FROM BONNEVILLE SALT BED, UTAH, TO PIKES PEAK, COLORADO, A DISTANCE OF 714.5 MILES IN 10 MILES OP SNOW, 34 MILES OF FOG, 93 MILES OF RAIN, CARRYING TWO PASSENGERS AND PAYLOAD OF 500 POUNDS, USING REGULAR MOBILGAS. DODGE PICK-UP AVERAGED 22.21 MILES PER GALLON WITH AVERAGE SPEED OF 40.44 MILES PER HOUR. THIS RUN WAS UNDER OUR COMPLETE SUPERVISION. A. C. PILLSBURY, MEMBER AND REGIONAL DIRECTOR, CONTEST BOARD AAA «; i 'Entered os second clow matter et the Post Office at Hope, Arkantot, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Rates (payable In advance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring, towni— Per week •• -25 Per year 13.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and. Miller coun- f .85 „ 1.60 ! 2.60 _ 4.50 DODGE P TRUCKS B. R. HAMM MOTOR CO. 207 East Second Street Hope, Arkansas Edgewood. Phone 7-2432. 12-3t On* month Thrw months... fix months ...... On* year All other mal — One month Three months Six months .... Ope year Mefl e;Buil<ler'i Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 JOHNSON iNt»NG CO. ^'f printing H»f Off ice- Supplies ||e, 7-25,41 W Front St. . -i " -s Service -|™ ,..,„. , 4f<c3 ..6.50 13,00 „„.. „_,-...—. Representatives: Arkarwtt Dallies, Inc.; 1602 \Sterick •Ida., Memphis? 2, Tertn.; SOSiJTexas" •ank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; •360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60IE. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.;, Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City .2, Okla. Member ef The Aiioclated Press! The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republ cation of all the local news printed In. this newspaper, a» well as all AP news dispatches. Lost IRISH .setter, bird dog. H found notify C. P. Jones in Patmos, Ark., Phone 7-2925. 3-6t Help Wonted Funeral Directors ANP USED PART8 most pars, see us before ; 't you buy. ! (TOP) PORTER OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Ark'ansas. Call 7-5505 for our ' agents A23-1 Mo: : —— iiieici is their best since, uua.- THREE room unfurnished apart- Walker held sway at SMU in. 1043. ment,' private bath and private £ u t SMU will be forced to play entrances. 408 E. 3rd. Phone 7- without the services . of halfbac'c 3530. ' H-3t Don Mcllhenny who is thn team's : ——i — : — second best ball carrier. Mcllhen FIVE room modern'house. Inquire I js hospitalized with a bruised at Atkins Grocery. 11 ' 3t kidney which may prevent him *rom playing u rMcne 300^^111 replace Mcllhenny with and bath. Mrs. K. G._McRae,_ 300 John Marshall who played we n against Texas A&M. Running with Marshall and Nutt will ..be Frank Eidom and Hal 'O'Brien. Arkansas Coach -Bcwden Wya'tt said his Rax.orbacks will be at full strength for the geme. Se'cond unit fullback Joe Bill Wilson who has been slowed down by, a recurrence o fan old .back injuring will be ready for SMU said Wyatt. The Arkansas coach said 'his team is beginning to show the effects of taking on six major opponents on .consecutive Saturdays and commented: "The conference alone was enough to wear out a good team but we've had Ole Miss wedged in between." SMU Coach Woody Woodarw, noting that his team is the underdog told a reporter "We won't be beaten by Arkansas' press clippings." Arkansas' record this year is far more impressive than that of the Ponies. The -Razorbapks have whinoed Tulsa Texas, Christian Baylor, Texas Ole Miss - Texas A&M and Rice in- that order. SMU dropped a 10-7 decision to Georgia Tech's in its opening game and was tied by Texas 1333; The Mustangs hold victories over Rice Texas A& M Kansas $2.00 HOURLY Possible doing n,\j\j A j.v»ffc*--»-——. — , light assembly work at home. No experience necessary. Write SAN-, CO Mfg. Co., 7159 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles 36, Calif. ll-2t Instructions pr Cprnplete Parti and .^ ' ,' Service for Jew Holland Balers 51 1J Ford Tractors _,V\ Phone pr Writ* iltih'iTractor Co. W\ Magnolia, Ark, i, 882, 689 & 1140-R CLASSES 1 In tap, acrobatic, ballet arid toe. Katharine Windsor, _ 104 E. 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo For Sale or Rent 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 22-0666. 19-1 MO. ^TERMITES r CURRY'S Iff finite Control Co, IQNDIP - INSURED Wanted fwt InipeeHon Call D. MIDDUEBROOKS Jr. Night Phon« 7-2822 Ab fi «t Your APlMOR? ye r g good stock Md rodiQtors egr§ and WANTED TO BUY One inch rough green Qak Lumber — regular lengths and tie siding. For prices and specifica* tions write — GURDON LUMBER COMPANY , ARKANSAS Arkadelphia Is foe in final 'Cat Home Game The final home game of the season for the Hope Bobcats will take place tonight at 8 o'clock in Hammons stadium when the locals take on the Arkade.lp.hia.Badgers. It's a district game but the outcome will have little bearing on the title race. Neither team has been very successful this season and their records are about even. However, based on competition each eleven.has met, the Bobcats perhaps are rated a very slight edge to take this one. Arkadelphia bested Fail-view in the early season, a team that nosed out,Hope by a single point three weeks ago. Both teams beat the Gurdon GoDe- vils and both have lost to.Magnolia and Fordyce, Hope tied Crossett while the Badgers dropped a close decision to them. Prior to the kickoff the two top teams in the grade school loop, Garland and Brookwood, will put on an exhibition. The'Lineups , j , u- Hope Arkadelphia 175 M. Rowe ,... LE J. Knowlin 138 168 Crawford .... LT .. B. Sowell 171 141 Finchef LG .... O. Estes 156 147 J.'Kcck C J. Irish 146 156 Herndon .... KG .... Lowerye 17U 176 Honcycutt. RT R. Guthrie 174 151 Huddleston RE H^nry 146 152 Johnson .... QB .... Parmley 150 162 Mavlar HB Bratton 133 155 McDowell .. HB Baker 162 162 B. Duke .... FB D. Jones 140 Yerger Drops Game to Stout and lost 135 yards in penalties.. Yerger standouts were Stuart, Wilson, Bishop, McFadden and Champion. For the visitors Grant, Walker, Phillips and Love were best. time to h<3v« fiXgd t>9* pother arrives, '. Spa Eleven DODGE has doneJ it... i better wait! Flair- Fashioned o automatic work- Cofeb Mattrw c«, gou* Yerger went down in -defeat last night »t the hands of the Hot Springs Bulldogs by a 24-13 score in Hammons Stadium. It wes the fifth Ipss for the home team: The Spa boys scored first, blocking a Yei'ger punt on the eight with Walker going over. Yerger scored in the second quarter to tie it up and weat ahead 7-61 when Tyus passed to Bishop for the ejitra point. But in the samjp quarter Hot Springs score.4 again on a 16 yard run by Walker, following reception 7-3*07. #4 of a ?0 yard pas? fro^ Love, The visitors Jed at tolfiime l?-7. Jimmy §tu.art scored Irom the , *>ne for Verger ta the third but it ''was aU ta, vM n - B0 S|pin« rack- [ ^ yp two W ore '|jjpsUd^lft§ t° ^ Mt>1) n A < t& if* . i, coming n B. R. HAMM range keeps oven temperatures even! / * » .» How about your old stove, ma'am? Is your oven heat dependable? •u ' Friday, November 12, 1954 > »li|^,a|Q>w||, •InWv f¥ififlA"10 fiffit let's TRADE 'N 1 SAVE! P9 yo« have to "gyess ol" Ihe heat of your oven when baking? If ypy do, npw'» the time to trade that old-fasKioned range fpr a 1954 AwtomatU 6as Range!! With its fresh air «,v*ns and even temperatures, ypu'll really be P t«vd of yovr beavtiM pies and yp.gr V tvenly browned cakes- §9, why Rpngel "t»y •««." X«V pr. an 3LONDII i> DON T BE RIDICULOUS 5 MP. BUMSTEAD. CAN I MARRV YOUR DAUGHTER COOKIE ? 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