Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 18, 1952 · Page 15
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 18, 1952
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,-rfrflM^'sr* '-" ** 1 * -A , September It, 19S2 MOM STAR, MOM , ARKANSAS ByRayGoHft OZARK mi •y CMefc Young a turns ne UP TH' SCORE OH OtAftrVS I BACK I AND THE FANS TOU'RE V/ANTEP >< , ON TMf PM0NS, NOW ITS , ANYBODYS PENNANT: By Michael O'Molley and Ralph Lane tf) By j. R. Williams OUT OUR WAY Sitti AL IChoklitibU •. way WAIT PC* l>6, TMI5 15 PEACHES 1 WAS WONt7g*KJ<3 IP • HAVE SOU He**!7 PKOM MAVE- VOfJ MO roe TH' vmev uvvjo or OWM FELLOW <".rri/J..'H&? VJ)IO KMOA/& BU I VOU I ""PCWT «rHIMK*Ol.J HAVB ANY RK5HTT fO TRAP WOKKEP— • _ AUTOMOBILE TO TAKK OP t>RUMI«5. BACK TD TH' JAIL/ OUT A F IMH SOME! PAY/ ifteil woman JOKomnn d«t« llW.x Nomln«t« .) nan* of Fr«tK«'« L 2ICIroU (J«p. J00r»nulw 4»Th«U*hlnf ltmwt , tnow • Towtr of w«ott« I! Ported! of Uonll - Mmo > ,, 4IW««ry iilnthoweit aSLIohon «• Wor iod -of 84 Alder (v«r.) Bpothoclum A , 35 Parli li tho 3« NegaUvt voK 50 lUitini pl*coa — of th* 4lfib«thMym ft S Hlvor Elffol Tovytr 4a Whlnu 04 Kneountorod WASH TUBES VOU CWO OVERTAKE POP NT THE THUGS- HXVE WVUMP BILLV! LQOKZ LIKE TUKNW'TH'COKNEf? 1 . f VOU CUT THRU THE WAREH'VSE DISTRICT LIKE HE BOBM THimv VCARSTOO With Major Hoopla OUR BOARDING HOUSE PA6G V CAM rceucju > CLEARER Al^ % T - ^OM(M6 Ofs* LIKE- ^ UP i>Q (Sooo OR y<r>i VD w) A ^E^ERC OF c V4RUL, \P IT Albi'T By Edgar Martin BOOTS AND HER BUDDIt'S 6H-V\YV. ,8 \ \\OVi', \ I. VI INU'J I J •;' - t".Sr--~ a •y Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY THERE AIN'T A TERMITE JOINT.' WHAT6 HAPPENING"? PIP YOU FINP ANYTHING? I THINK THERE \ G'WAN ARE TERNVTE'S ) AN' KELAS, [7OC IN /WV CX IP "/A GOT v SAWAfle/ RNI6HEP INSPECTION, ' YA C'N STOP FUNNY BUSINESS •'^P ' H^m By Her$hbcrgor By V. T. Hqmlin ALLEY OOP ;r#; !^©?:;/ ; S^ "We're wpeoting bill collectors this afternoon*" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blos$«r By Russ Winterbotham CHRIS WELKIN, Planeteer 5 I'LL CALL POAJT INTER!!.UF>T,CHR&~- JHAVENT T//ME, WE'RE A'& AAV INTERPLANETARY RADIO FROM - NOW IP A IAOV ewoes SOMETHING, A 'ALLOW MB, MISS/ iy Carl Anderson "fHATS COOt POUSH HOPt STAR. HOPf, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Adi Must Be In Ottlc* Dijr Before Publication WANT AD RATES An Wom Ata Ar» Payable In Advor>c* But Ads Will B« Accepted Over The Telephone And Aeeomo- dotion Accounts Allowed With Th« Understanding Th« Account Is Payable When Statement Is Rendered. Number of Words Up to 15 lli to 20 21 lo 25 26 tu 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 4G to 30 One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three Six One Days Days Month 90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 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 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY One Time ........ .... 75c per Inch Times .................... 60c per Inch 6 Times ............... 50c per Inch Rate* quoted above are foi con- scculivo insertions. Irregular or ikip- Ooto ads will toko the one-day rote. All doily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p.m. for Publication Hie following day. The publishers reserve the right to revi-,o or edit all advertisements of. fermg tor publication and to reject any objectionable advertising sub^in^d Initials of one or more letters, groups 01 figures such at houMt or telephone numbers count ai one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Wont Ads unlesi errors ore called to our attention cfter FIRST Insertion of ad and then tor ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. Phone 7-3431 HOPE STAR S»or of Hop* 1899; Consolidated January Prtll 1927 II, l»2f Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, Pr«ild«nl Alex H. Wanhburn, Secy-Trw. Al The Star Building 212.214 South Walnut Str««t. Hope, Arkamai Alex H Waihburn, Editor & Publiihcr Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. cbs M. Davis, Advertising Manager . '^t. av vecouU class matter at ut Hope, Arkoniot, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member at the Audit Circulation! Bureau of Subscription Rates (payable In advance) By carrier In Hope and neighbor- Ing towns — Per Week 25 Per Year 13.00 By mail in Hempstead, Nevada, Latayetie, Howard, and Miller coun- Ono Month I'liree Months Six Months One year All other mall Ona Month Three Months oix Months Cno Year .. .85 1.60 2.60 4.50 1.10 3.25 6.50 13.00 For Sole Real Estate for Sale '.20 ACRE stock farm fine resi dent. Electricity, gas. fine bnrn' and tenant house with eloctrici-i ty. All fenced and cross fenced.; Kino water, 6 miles from Hope,! Ark., On highway — School bus nnd Rural Route. White neighbor hood. \Vill give AT reasonable prices. Registered. Hereford Bulls, 12 to 18 months: 100 ACRE stock farm. Three good old. New location 4 miles ni ' on Proving Ground Road. A. Biorseth, Phone 7-4982. S PEA gra'vci; soil, nnd fill dirt. Call Jesse Sliv c'''ir. Phone 7-2559. S-3-1MJ houses nnd bnrns, electricity,; «as, spring water. 300 acres open, 100 timber all fenced. This is good. 11 'miles from Hope. FLOYD POHTKUFIKLD & SON MEADOW of mixed Rrnss. 1,000 bales. Dial 7-M08, Sta^Ks, First National Building. About ]'. T. Hank NEW home on North Ferguson Street. Bis lot near church and school. Good location. Owner Juavins town. Phono 7-GG18. in-fit CHILD'S highchair, bod and mattress. A real bargain. Phone 7- ROOM MODERN HOME ~ -Extra nice, attic fan, Venetian blinds, garage, sun porch, a fine lots, beautiful yard, paved street. Located at 200 East 13th street. Shown only by appoint- C!1 " 7 - 2501 ' | Wanted to Rent "i IiOOM house and jjarage with t opti 0 n to buy. Call Klmer May, Texas Kastern Transmission Corp. L,. 1). from 7 to 3 p.m. lG-:it Salesman Wanted $150 UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITY Representing old line Insurance Company in this area. For interview write. J. Williams, l:!04 Chanipn.unello. El Dorado. ArU. Top Radio Programs FLOYD PORTERFIELO - Listening to 2 BEDROOM house _ floors. Carport. Fenced backyard. Close to high school. Phone' jM51G. 17-61, 1 WHITE face heifer calf; .'i black and tan male hounds. Dial 7-!)%l YORK SON ini^it: Ifi-Gli NBC — 7 Roy .Rogers, "Black — ;- ,1 Gold" 7:30 Father Knows Host Hardwood q -r. ,,.i f /-• t> truth of Consequences. CBS — 7 Mr. Keen 7:30 FBI In Peace and War, "Opportunity M:<n' ( ' i! Romance Drama. MBS — 7 .la// Nocturne 7:30 Hardy Family H:05 Hod and Gun Bobcats Ready for DeQueen Friday Night An ancient Hope rival,, the Do- Queen Leopards. \vill meet the Bobcats here Friday nmht in a non conference but an importnnt foot| ball game. *! Rivalry Is koon between the two | teams and t! u - locals are. out to I avenue losses for the past two- i years. \\ord from DoQuoon indiea : lex Coaches Hob Burton ami Do' i win lloss ;u-o very 1 well pleased I w;th the loam's oftensc iind is ' ready fijr the HolK'ats. i More ;it home Kn.sminger has . won working all week on ttefense. i the weakest department in the i opening gamo with Stamps. Spirit i continues high nnd the boys are : in good shape with the exception i "f Tom Kd Hays, quarterback. ; who probably will no see aciotn. | Hope holus an OUKC over the i Leopards in the weight department ! hut that usually means little when the two squads moot. The Bobcats averaged Hifi per man to HeQueen's 1;V7; the lines are 101! t" Kill and the baekfields nro 101 l"r_ Hope ;,,K| ],-,() for DoQuoen. . Tonight Coach .John Pierce, will lake his Junior BobUittens to Do-i Queen for a batik- with the Leopard Cubs — the first for both Tigers Meet Louisiana Team Here The Tigers of Verger Hl«h School open their lunre season Friday night with the Lincoln Hii-h of Huston, Ln. The Tigers have been working on their passing an diunnini; same lor .the past week and Coach Hritto feels they will Rive a Rood account of themselves. Starling lino up for Friday's Kamc will be: Phillips and Chambers at Tin). MeFadden and Smith at Tackle, J. MeFadon and Martin at Guard. J. Nelson, Co-Capt. nt Center, Davis and Green at Halfback, Stuart at Fullback, S. Williams, Co-Capt. nt Quarterback. Kiekoff will be nt 8 o'clock lit City Hark. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press CHICAGO — Chuck Davoy. ISO Heli-oil, outpointed Rocky Gra- xiimo, ir>H, New York It). Jcrsty Joe Calmly P re parts for Fight ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. -R e . turn bout contract or no. Jersey .Toe Wnlcott calmly goes about the work of prcpnrlnR fr his heavyweight title defense Tuesday nt Philadelphia, ngnlnst rugged flocky Mnrclono. "I leave those business details outfits. Althoui;h much ll«lilcr than usunl tho UnblUltoMs, liko tlioir older hrotlioi'S, have plenty "f spirit iind should Rive 11 j;oocl l!l-:it Club. i Nat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick .Slag., Memphis 2, Tenn., 505 Texas Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E *2nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.- Terminal BldQ., Oklahoma City 2, ° kla ' _** Member of the Associated Pr«ss: The Associated Press is entitled ex- :lusively to the use for republication •it all the local news printed In thi» •Rwspaper, 05 wtll as all AP news Wanted TWO dishwashers. Apply Manager Diamond Cafe. A-26-tf USED 20 square tin roofing. Phone 7-4942. . 17 . 3t Notice ALI, PERSONS interested in aro dance lessons contact Andy Andrews at 7-3301. New cl;iss bi-yins October 2, 1&52. , ]G-ti Home Study Course COMPLETE your high school at Inane in spare time. Diploma. No classes. Texts furnished. Write fur free booklet. American School, auon Alabama, Fort Smith, Arkansas. S-ll-lm For Rent 4 ROOM furnished apartment. Private bath. Electric box. No children. Mrs. Judson. 220 North 29-tf Elm. DESIRABLE 4 room unfurnished I apartment. Hardwood floors. Built-ins. Private bath and entrance. Close in. 207 Shover St Phone 7-4486. j2-t( 2 ROOM apartment. Private front and back entrances. Electric re- £ri;;i'rator ami washing machine Plume 7-.'ilU3. j 6 . 3t 4 ROOM apartment In dtajle^ Within walking distance of town Phone 7-3183. jg.g| 6 ROOM house, 29 acres pasture KU'ctricily. well water. IV. miles am Phone 7-3759. i 6 . 6l FARM. Good land, good pasture 5 room house on paved highway Keith's Jewelry. J7_3 t 2 ROOM furnished apartment Private front and back entrances Couple or working girls. Dial __ .• 17-3t 3 ROOM furnished apartmlnT^ith bath. 315 W. 6th. See Velma Cos* Dad s Hamburger Stand. 17.31 FURNISHED rooTirho^sI~Fe"nc"- ed backyard. West 7th Street Good location. Bills not paid Phone 7-6750. ^"t UNFURNISHEDlooms. ClosT^ 500 W. Division. Phone 7-2S86. 18-3t ROOM house, fitectrwity, run, THE GOLDEN, RULE FOR "BACK-TO-SCHOOL" MIDWEST DAIRY PRODUCTS CORPORATION .J SPECIAL DAIRY CO SALE Tuesday, Sept. 23-12 Noon 20 HEAD SUTTON LIVESTOCK COMMISSION HOPE, ARK. (1 Mile West on Highway 67) 20 HEAD ALL HOLSTEIN To be sold at Tuesclay Auction the first thing. All 1st and 2nd calf cows. These are high bred good quality Hoi- stein cows. Po Boy Morris, Auctioneer 0. D. Chandler, Owner Forf Worth, - Ladiei THIRD ANNIVERSARY SALE -- We fhonk each and every one of our customers for Hie nice business you have given us in the past 3 years, in our new location. We have done our best to please everyone. Visit our store this week and every week for those low prices. WHEN YOU BUY $5.00 OR MORE OTHER GROCERIES SUGAR GODCHAUX TO'Lbs. 85c CRiSCO and SNOWDROFT 3 Lbs 81 c HUNTS PEACHES No. 303 Cons MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING Quart 47c CHERRIES Red Sour Pitied For Pies 5 No. 2 /%"7 Cans 9/C SCOT TISSUE 2 rolls 21c kAll V IVtiL-iX DONALD DUCK ORANGE CARNATION 7 Large Cans or QO 14 Small Cans !7OC JUICE 46 oz. can 27c WASHING POWDER | arg e box 28c PIMIENTOS Dromedary. 2 - 4 oz. cans 25c A B YELLOW CORN Cream Style 2 No 303 cans 29c TEA Lipton's 14 Ib. box 29c ICE CREAM ] /2 gallon 63c FLOUR GOLD MEDAL lOlbs. !_._.. 49c 93c 1.98 GOLD MEDAL 5 Ibs. lOlbs. 25 Ibs. .TUNA FISH SOUTHERN STAR Fancy Solid Pack Bonita Can 24C ORANGE JUICE Whole Sun 2 - 6 Or. Cons 29c Strawberries Ready to Eat. in Heavy Syrup 2 Cans 55c SHRIMP Green 11 Oz. Box 59c PRODUCE DEPT. GRAPES FRESH RED TOKAY /» Pounds 2.1 C FRESH COCONUTS Pound lUC Home Grown — White Butter Beans 4» Pounds 25C r>ALiAk.iA«« BANANAS JL Pounds 2*)C EXTRA LARGE LETTUCE Head 1 5C MEAT DEPT. HOME GROWN FRYERS Pound D/G THE BEST SIRLOIN — T-BONE CLUB STEAKS TO- Pound / VC SUN VALLEY OLEO 2 Pounds qfQ for U7C PURE Ground Beef . w •* Pound Z/I3C Beef Roast Pound 59C PRICK FOR IRIDAY 5ATURD4V GBR Super Markf Hlffl to my rnanojtcr^' »aid tho old champ. "If he Fells Bocehi. ehlo says 'Fight' 6k«y. H he snyi •No' then we don't. 1 do think we're entitled-to •• return ns con*j stderatlon for belrtf cHampion," • I Despite report* that Jersey Joo' has made disparaging remarks about the young challenger, Wnl-l eotl labeled Mftrciano "A good roxtgh puncher with a rough and tumble "I f««j(ht that kind lot of times," he saift Hke Tommy Oofn**,'] Curtis shc^pard and-; ramonle. "Any tight la fl It's over, I'm In rounds. Ahd 1 know f CS far. I jtttt went IS in understand Why be able to go 4 * «(fc ™ls HERE $ YOUR OPPORTUNI . TO GET IN ON A (ASH CROP QUICKLY!!! ,We offer 6 MONTH OLD PULLETS AT OUFt iH COST ready to house November 1st for only '4 $2.25 per PULLET, and per MALE BIRD heededtT 10% deposit with your order will hold these" i birds for you until November 1st. ' Birds will be tested, vaccinated, and ready put into your laying house . . . OR.... We will have available some 5 WEEK < PULLETS (and MALES to go with them) at 70c each. 10% deposit required. These will be ready to del i ver to you on October 16th. If you want to see these birds, and we think yen! should (you don't want to buy a "Pig in a Poke."] ~ We will arrange a tour to our breedin farm at Blevins on Tuesday, Oct. 7t leaving from the Feeder's Supply herl;- ' in Hope* at 3:30 P. M.- Please leave your name with Lynn Franks tKere we can make arrangements. These birds on our restricted feed program's should come into production the middfe of March and be ready to supply us hatching eggs- by April 1st. ' WE GUARANTEE to buy all Hatching Eggs the Year 'Round o< Not Less Than 75c Per Dozen. 7 |, •' '" '• ".•. • » I A V *&$£ You don't need fancy houses, and equipment&l . . . just art ordinary one . . . plus go'od a I!'mar™** feeding . . . good water supply, and good-car mon sense management. '- .* . * ' / * * Lynn Franks of Feeders Supply and C8rn'Belf''I Hatcjneries will help'you get the most odt oi' * these birds. > ***'** \ V* "i t' Farm records all over the, country showed Nl PROFIT PER BIRD QF $2.00, pnd ^ANY OUR FLOCK OWNERS MAKE UP T«6 $3 and $3.50 per bird, . ~ * l We do require no less than 500 pullet? per* CORN BELT HATCHE East Third Street OF ARKANSAS Htrt'» «ll yew Bring c|«t* yeur

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