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Hope, Arkansas
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*f" 'f r HOP I IT At, MOFt, ARKANSAS Friday, October 24, - — .-".-^^-^— ^.. - ' ^Wf^fp^ m By Chlek Young OZARK IKI tab* October 24/ HOPt STAR, HOPi, A t K ANS AS S? Ray Gott« 'S fiOT F-A',0 ) A wOMf.u TO Co THAT /* f/AM r *' ^T*> f " /--,/ HUNH, COACH?,,, VOY REQUEST OF'.j ' ') I Y .UM SAX. THIS IS A TH' CLUB OWNER, ' AW.tOTIN TH' \ •* ,,,BUT THATS MY \ .,-V / AW. TOTl N TH FATE UNLESS YOU / -\&\- 1 BAWL AIHT NO V A YD'FAREWELL y V WO,,,AND I ' V--~<-. Vl_ GAME? .A / SURE HATE < r -BUT " PICKIN THESE BIG, FAT SHOES W AN'LAYIH'W LESS THAN A MINUTE TO PLAY, WHAT A BUST/,, ,j! «1 OZARK IKE'S BEEM PS? BEEN RIGHT, TH' H TH' FINAL , STOPPED COLO, fy\ WILDCATS COULD IL. GUN/ S ALL DAY LONG/ ^A. HAVE WON IN ^^ AN UPSET/ By J. R. Williams By Michoel O'Mollev onH Ralph OUT OUR WAY I TAK.6C7 TM£ THR66 CCWSJ . DOWN YE'?. V/l ; . I'll'' s -' Vfrft, CAR-", APF FA^-TAM' f r^MO'TP-A-nOf)/ 'MPT AMI If ,1" I < AM U-*. 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HE SURE WENT THRU EVERYTHING-,., BUT i NOTH1MG $EEfA$ TO 5 BE HOLY 5MOKE, IAV WALLfT! GONE WITH MV IDEMTIFIC^ION P^PERS, EXPEM5& MOD THNT NOTE OF REQUESTING THE MWIQKTOR. TO GWB •"" THEDK^ I NEED TO LOCATE With Major Hooplc OUR BOARDING HOUSE MA3OR.X SMADOvOSD J/i'f £(3AD, JA5ONJ/ BULLY *& OOVMM MI5TAW OAKC/ — MB "~4i FOR YOU/ MOW We -2 OvOM Osi '( MY COMMWIMG AV.ED ME- VOU -H- VJWIL6T VOO B COURSE /-~TMfiRE-;\ |tvJ Ki'3 LAlR-< I BCUMG VOO TH' ,/ MB C^si'T < BOvTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edaor Martin PL GAS6 MOTE ) ' 5SA.T, VMHICM X I \ \TKOOSeRS-- . J V. HCH-HtM/ :eM,' x / i? r-y " cnov , Of??"CM-W. •y Dick Turnai =^KaG^^| BUGS BUNNY GiVACiOUS.' ^\ HOW COULP WHAT A SMART ) ME C7OG-, SUC'5/n. V I TRAINEP HIM MYSELF.' FUNNY BUSINESS By HerJdbcrger CAUTION Bv V. T. Hamlin ALLEY OOP MENJ^ flOT^y* WORKING IF VAOk MEJHUY'P VE3..-IOU C/\N BEE TVIEIR THAT'S VVH\T \ NEED OF A. STRONG I'M klNC-J OK-', > LKADBR BECAUSE OT THOC-C njNWN / T HE TENDENCY THEY J-OK LOSING •VHEIK HEADS. BE liF.TTl-R OI-F IF THEN' PID . I-OSE'EM! •ttl Y'Know, In tho lltrt par mint" ly GolbroUh M l know what I'm doing—I looked!" AND HIS FRIENDS By Blo.i.r By Russ Winrerborham CHRIS WELKIN, Planetee, WHO INVIT8P Mff It) TMtS SOCK MILDA/ KeK» NVB OtrtSSINO, PlH-HEPIN AtK? PKOPPEP THE &>C> F£ LI A'. By Corl Anderson OUR SON6,OR6AM CLASSIFIED Ad» Mutt Be to Office Day Before Publication RATES ^.i. Aorx MJ» Art PoyObO tn Advance 6m Ad» Will 8e Accepted Over The T»l«phon» Arid Aceorno- dunun Accounts Allowed With The Understanding The Account I* Payable WtHun Srof»m*nt U Renderea Numue> Of Word f Up lu 15 16 lo 20 21 lo 26 26 to 3U Si to 3S> 36.to 40 1 to 43 to 50 4A <j||l . fl« One ThfM Six On« Day Day* Days Month 48 .80 1.50 4.SO 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 Home Study Course COMPLETE your high school at; n ',',y e home In spare time. Diploma, i Good Time Ties Record in Farewell i | YONKERS. N. Y.. 1*1 — Good , i'fitne, king of the nation's pneers. jsnid farewell to competitive racinR j like a true champion as he ) matched his own Yonkers Race- Sway record last night with a 2:01 Bill 75 .00 1.05 1.20 1.3S 1.50 2.00 2.50 8.00 8.50 4.00 4.50" 5.00 6,00 7.50 0.00 s.oo CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 10.50 12.00 13.60 15.00 ... 79c per Inch 60c per Inch SOc per Inob above <jr« roi consecutive insertion* Irlcc One Ttmp 3. Times Rate* . IrHgulor or tklp- •lu'e ads will take the one-day rot*. Aii Juiiy classified advertising copy «>l. un or.cepted until S p.m. for pub.i ahori the following day. Ti-e publisher* reserve the right to rev--.- K ed.i all advertJsementi of. fern.', lor publication and to releet any objectionable advertising submitted. M.I a,i. ui on« 01 more letters, jrr,.,ps 01 'iguret such as houecs i- telephone numberi count as on* School, 2905 Smith, Ark. Alabama Fort ' Tigers to Play Homecoming Game Tonight The Yerpor Hish Tigers will . 4t » . } — . * i f*». * *».-,.. * .^v. . ..• -,-- mor «' appearance but the stopl tl ,nsle with the Washington Lions For Sola i.ll-lm |Vvatch wi!1 bc hls only rival - Noxti "f Toxarkima in a conference con Thursday he'll attempt to break, test here Friday night starting at the world pacing record of 1:59 3-5 IB o'clock. Tonight's contest will be .vlUST sell quickly. Piano, refrigerator, man's Bulova watch. Bargain for cash. 815 W. Ave. E. 4-tf for a half-mile track set by Sam-j ployed in Hnmmons stadium, pson Hanover at Dealware Ohio, u year HKO. But from a competitive standpoint the six-year old son of Hal Dale closed out his career wit'i a 30,000 to See Porkers and Ole Miss By CARL BELL. LITTLR ROCK ij SPORTS ROUNDUP •y AAVUR TALBOT, Ole Miss , Rebels, who'll constitute the oppo- 1 sition for the Arkansas Razorbacks' final 1952 appearance In \V;.r Memorial Stadium here tomorrow afternoon, ore heralded fur a searing offense which has chewed up 389 yards a game. It will, be homecoming for the j But they can support their at- Tigers and festivities have been j tnck with an adequate defense underway for (he past two days t ), nt hns been virtually airtight on raid will be elimaxed by the game! j),,. B ,.(iund. If a litt'le leaky mi tonight. Tliis aftembon a bit;!:., .i. 0 nil . NEW Pump Shot Gun, 2 Boxes of three-quarter length victory f.^or, Hompcomin!- parnde will b? shells. $90 value. Make us an of- 1Jrir >ce Adios Inst niglit. Frank F.r- by students and supporters in clow f ev ! vln brought the little side who ;>Vr-town Hope. , ;from off the pace to win the purse Washington Hijjh nnd Verger are : 5 USED 700 x 15 Tires. Good con- j of $6,7;iO nnd ••••••- dition. 4 used 760 x 15 Tires. Good ; for the year condition, make us an olter. j i coord of harness , „ _ . . _. , , I Good Time 1-3 Compartment Sink, complete, ih c Castleton with trap and connections. Make; w uh to t' al w i nn [ n gV us an offer. We want to sell. i tj y f nr the largest amount evtrj Kccumuluted by n or trotter. 1 In prc-Kamo eerimonies the home in the air. i)\Vr(-i Whlo they have one of i Smith's finest passers in Qunrtcr- Jimmy I.oiiry nnd nearly NKW YOHK (^) — Having Rlvenj llu- matter long and serlo»i« lliiuif'ht, the only conclusion wo have been able to arrive nt con- ccrnlnH tonliiht's ht-nvywclKht tight! er, lo u»e one of the trnde'a mdftf (U'llcntc terrrts. this mcnns, broad-, ly spcnltlng, n specimen \vho canH much, himself nnd who ro< at Madison Square Garden Is that' f " Se8 lo Ict ««yone el«« flam Alphons" Welll, the manager of) "Taking on •« guy like thftt,' 1 Hoeky Mnrclnno, still does n little matrhmaking on the side for tho Ii.ternallonal Boxing Club. well-known manager once told us, "is like trying to fight n (wither- bed, A manager has any br«lns, 1'rrhaps It woUM be better to lll> rtoonn't fool with thorn."' b.-.ck up nnd start AKnln. The' Th<? ti l| e*tion which nrlma, thott. fiKht, n 10-rounder, will be between '* wh - v lho mc jp who P |lnt Chorlcd E/./nrd Clirtrtes, one of many llvlnn llV «' r lct th " Clnclhnfttl Negro RCt ox-henvywelsht chnmplons, and l ' r «wn Into such H match, nnd Cesar Urlon a bl H , musclc-boutnl nWL> especlnlly when It Is to bl' character from the Argentine who, televised nationally tnp has been kicking around this coun-i One l""ory. perhaps the md»t -era, years without The reason we feel the bout me-' T^e noc« Stai will not M 'etporv \M\V tor errorv in Want Ad* unlew «rr.,>> are called to our attention FIRbT insertion of ad and rot ONLY the ONE Incorrect ion.' Phone 7-343> aft* R. D. FRANKLIN COMPANY, A. P. Delony Manager. 21-3t CASH registers and adding machines, new and used, sold at reasonable prices for cash or on rental plan. Bryant's Office Supply, 123 South Walnut St. 23-01 PIECE bedroom suite with springs' and iiine'rilprlng- mattress. Mrs. G. 'A. McMurrjv Dial 75821. '23-31 HOPE STAR Star of Hepe U99) Prew 1*27 Consolidated January It, ' Published every weekday afternoon bv STAR PUBLISHING CO. . , falmer, PresUeiH «n.« H. Wathburn, Secy-Tre» n i the Star Building /•/ 2)1 South Walnut Street ,_ Hope, Arkon*o« vfj „___—————————— '•^ A , .. ..-.nburn, tdilor & PublUhef l ju- n Jonoj, Managing Editor Ho>m..T, Meeh. Supt. . .,-. Aiivcrtismg Monegei • j ..lo^t motter et i Arkonset, under the Act ol March I. 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau el Circulation* Subscription Rate* (payable In od «unce) By carrier in Hope and neighbor- ;ng towns — Pet Week £> Pet v ea , 13.00 By mail in riempstead, Nevada, -.otc..etie. Howard, and Miller courv 85 1.60 2.60 4.50 Many Hitters Like to Play Night Baseball By SHEllDON SAKOWITZ t comiiia tnieen will be escorted to a reserved section and the Verger b;.nd will perform at halftimc. this season. Top Radio Programs NEW YORK l.l't -- Listening tonight: The starting bnckfield has done even better than that. Halfbacks Wilson Dillard and Dick Westeri\.an have averaged 5.7 and 5 yards, respectively: Fullback Mar- olci Soften has a mean of 3.4 yards, and Lenr. rated as the niftiest A'EW YOKK tAV-From a batting, sit> b V Mantovani; il Best Plays. „_. .... •• •. viewpoint Boston's Sid Gordon 1 CB S — 7 Mr. Keen's Tenth An- ROUQH, air dried oak, gum and ( wouldiv't mind if the Braves played niversary; 7::«1 Gun Smoke; 3:45 running tjiiarterback In the South- oastern Conference, has averaged , 4 yards. . NBC T. 7 Hil Pt »'««i', 7:30 Mu- 1 With all the Revel brill messen cypress. Alsp S-2-S Oak and Gum, all thei ,. gn , nes at .hight. suitable for Farm use. Oak Fence The llusky outf i elduri who post nnd Bridge timbers. Hope Basket Company. Jimmy Carroll. 'S doing so well, It's obvious thai Olo Miss' big and speedy lino is ripping apart the opposing forwards -- a fact that promises seiifd's stock Is nl a low ebb *l|1oo he dropped successive disputed-de clulons to Jersey Jod Wnlcott «ttt "_ Hex I.nyne. If ho U to Huh! his w,»y buck nnd ever get n shot ft Mnvclnno, he must do somethlnR ronlly spcctncutnr. A knockout, of Brian would ill Uie bill admirably.. Nobody hn knocked out the lumbering v««[ue ro, and Joe Louis had two tries II dui'lnu hlS so-cnllc.d comobnc ilkely to be n great denl of pu/.7.1e- rnont when the home nudlonee sees Brlnn spring Into action. The South American Is, by common consent, one of the most un- -^.tnimo HIO «wu««, B «««»«»«,„». «, ¥ entertaining fighters yet. lie Isj "mpnlijn. During trnlnlnR, Ees»rd ^^^^,4, eaught tne i^ qp , what the trade knows ns n spoil- h;is sold quite seriously, that •$* rit. r « off bolnriac nnd upset them by 4 liit.enrtu lo stop Ce,8n.r abf>nJMy, ^{ ft , lr ,hrint*A. " ' "" K "" i*M; < * Follow Bobcal We nrd Co\wtyt><ti«Stl for nn anhunljtiU cohtes\ Jil aihville wrteWf tho fib*jj " rf tttitn way back W The ancient foes will bc ....-,.,K,, ln« tho book nt each other ftOffi, stnrt to finish In a football cantosf that hn»- «lwny«-been--ln ftp I'lVnlry l« perhnus keener, with'W ' otKel- U M V ,firf c schedule, And the series JH Avpp . 1 JP, ,W " 3d grtme* ' with erien tti tho holding II victories and one ending ln,n tie. The Boborts^n anccd 1he peHes last yea^ 1 With rousing 92 Vo'fl victory. ,.,,- Tonight'a contest lit rated a ut> with the' Bobcats holdlhg slight pn0or edge that U..«¥ by the fact that tho Scrappers playtnR at home.' Dope went tttvtch anyway In. IJfte. While the Bobcats bent Stnmpa hili ABC — 0:30 I..(iiu> Ranger; 7:30| Ol , sy j,ft,. rm) ,,,, for an Arkansas pluve Arkansas \\ wln'\ tjvor Okln- lipmu.,, A!- &;'-M., 'would ,'rc'pinvc Jferry 'Board, at' led end. Also, availability ol Mcllan nl Fullback 'will u'ermlt luindy maiv Lewis Carpenter, the'-team's No; 1 receiver, to go to right end, where he'll be in botttr position to work into the clear. " only .289 during the entire National This Is FBI; 8 O/zie and Harriot. 1-eligue season, .' managed to belli MBS — 7 Adventures of Malslu: Real Estate for Sale HOME WITH INCOME 24-31 n u , ball at .331 clip, "at .night to I 7:30 Oracle pace his league in arc' light baiting. D;>.y Show. Statistits compiled by the Associated Press show that Gordon collected EG hits' in 169 trips in 4fl DUPLEX 5th and Pine, 7'rooms, 2 ; after-dark contests, approximately baths, 2 car garage, .Side walks I one-third of his total games. •Jne \\onth " r«u Vvontris -;ix Months One Yeof All other moll — Jnc Month Three Months .,« Monttn 1.10 3.25 6.50 13.00 paved street, at u price you can pay. . UP TOWN home, 5 rooms and bath, Venetian blinds, ready to-move- in. You can own this for less than rent. 40 ACRES near Hope, all fenc«i, running water, large barn, modern 6 room house, Butane and eltictrieiy. You ca,n buy f9r less than cost of house. 4 ACRES, 3 room house. City water and lights, make us an offer. . If you want to Buy or Sell Real Estate, See R. D. FRANKLIN COMPANY A. P. Delony, Manager. 21-31 games. It didn't matter whether Ferris Fain of the Philadelphia A's did hi.s playing at night or during the day. The fiery first sacker, who topped the American League in batting with a .327 mark, also wos his circuit's leading night une hitler wilh a .369 average. Fain, appearing in 48 arc light frays, connected for 05 safeties in J76 times at bat. A, pair of Philadelphia Phillies, Richie Ashburn and Eddie Waitkus, <NOI'I Advertising Representatives;. Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick r 8ldg., Memphis 2, Term., 505 Tewn Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.: Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma Crty 2, Okla. Fields; (i:t(l Gj.-eal Saturday Schedulings: NBS — 7:I'D a. m. Howdy Dondy. CBS line that gave up Mil yards lasl week's Texas garni;. in Conch Johnny Vaught of the fit vtwed • Mlssis'slpplans says "Ar , threat ha» brqu(iht W tluo-Uy imfpha from Brltm, M Ws ,.* -a large who art- wise aboiU the r«o» hold We win nri! wuc nooui tne 'ing. * HB »,>-' an i,-k »«„ v lntr , inner .to not bellevc-thnt Chdrlc^'^ach , oo En^ Desjute the fact 'thai they have Kansas'' personnel may be the best four attacking formations to ' con- we'll face'all ; yc-ar." . • • fuse the defense, the Razorbacksj pougla.s said the PorRors "will ;i],parenUy will have to use the really have to play football" to airplanes frequently to move again- 11:30 a. m. Stars over Holly- s t Ole Miss' defensive platoon. i od ABC- School Todav. I! a. m. No MF1S — 10 a. m. Coast Guard Cadets ed the 1 in rosular -season's pressed Gordon for National Lergiif nigh( game batting supro j macy. Ashburn hit .324, 42 points btitfer than his overall average, wnile Waitkus. batted .320. Enos Slaughter of the Cards finished fourth with .314. followed by Brooklyn's Jackie Robinson in filth at .308. Robinson's night .game mark was the same as his season's Member of the Associated Prwsr. r he Associated Press is entitled ex- :iusively to the use tor republlcatlon u all the kxol news printed in thh •*».v^'Mii:-er. 01 well as all AP For Rent 3 ROOMS and bath, Furnished apartment. Private entrance. 3 blocks Depot. See A. P. Delony, at R. D. FRANKLIN COMPANY. 21-3t NOTICE TO WORLD WAR'II AND KOREAN YKTJERANS WHO HAVE NOT USED ANY PART OF THEIR G.I. LOAN FOR only $200 cash down we can sell you this new five room homu at 1405 South PJne Street; Let us show you this property now and explain the loan requirements and payments., Other veterans are. . . TO the many prospects who called] on homes at' 718 West 6th Street, 600 .North Elm and 1412 South Pine, these homes have been sold. FOSTER—ELLIS REALTY CO. 108 East 2nd Street, Hope ',,•'. 24-3t St. Louis' Stan Musial, who topp- uiay with a .330 finim>. could hit «nly .307 under the ;HTS. This /;ave hi.n sixth phici.' ;imon;i tho night ^iiino butsmon. YoutD! Mickey M:intlo of the- New York Yankees was ruimurup to F-iin in the American Lcatfuu i\ftor- cinrk .sUmdinus wilh a .3"i3 murk, r< -42-point imprcivomeiH over his I'lfuil averauo. Walt Dropo, who divided the season between Uoston and Detroit is r.notber advocate o( night ball. Dropn. in third place, hit .340 un- citr the liyhts as compared to his final season average ol .270. Cleveland's Bob Avila held down fourth place wilh .332 and Sam Mete, who played wilh both Wastv Me.mpnis Slate, Auburn, Kentucky, Vanderbilt and Tulnnc could average only 110 yards rushing ;n;-'iinst (lie Robs. On the other hand, forward p;is:;es have penetrated the Mississippi shield for 144 yards per ;.'.:'me. And Arkansas will have nil three of its passers in there tomorrow. Li.mar Mcllan, sidelined with a Knee injury when the Porkers were trounced by Texas, returns to alternate between quarterback in the ,'Jnht and split T alignments and fullback — or tailback — in the cloop and spread T's. When Mcllan is at full or o'Jt of the jjame, Bob St. Pierre or Halph Troillett will be pitching ficm quarterback. There was an indication that the Ra/orbacks plan to make full use of their ari{;uns when >Conc!i Otis' Doi-filaH announced that ROM The n.ime will bn the first mevt- Ink between the neighbor stale rivals since 1947. Arkansas has won 10 of t|ie 15 past tilts, There hasn't, been a tie In tho scries. A crowd of about 30,000 — Arkansas' lurKiisf of ; tho year — is expected. The klckoff will be tit 2 p. in. Fair and warm wenlht'r is fo.raon.st. I'robabU' offensive slurters:: Ole Miss Slay 'LE Truuth LT Gary LG Bentty C . .Calclwell UG . . Gilbert RT llowell RE . . Lear QB Dlllurd LH Westorman RH ,ofton FB s n us a d nnco ofVcod^ a kliyo 1 Wou »«»J"}".- »« 25^?«Ma£ * Evo,i « clean «ut docU; W S'Sff AS uffiw?^^ s:,,. would no cnhnnco h s p^l- ' prottft ^ y k ^p Him put ot thojfn1»« KoKS^lr^h^Wra fiBW-ltWo^Sft**^ 1 encourages, ,wouli\ bp dlgngtvous, rjur^-'pruotlcnny all senson. •And thut brings us buclt IQ thol<jj.|fn n . (g^rntbd 'u "tttp"'8St! orivjnnl,-or Weill theory,'Al hno ' m u n v t(ni 'pne o£ the '"""' had -two new 1 phones, Installed '-Inlijtisg snugMevs. his ( -- - iille, remnln champions for h long I Nu~sKv~jTle'~j)chool *y«tom." "' '^ le, nnd it would not be a hcal-J 'NusltVllIc Is' proprirln«" '(or*'pc^> Miy slUintlon for such un unprcdlc- hnpg , ltg la ,. KMl crow d 0 ( tnblo fellow-as Chnrlcs to ViccprneJ g,,/j n0 (| n — - • 'ie No. 1 challenger, Loove us on jinnd to DO If he can bury Connr. • , f ;1 two new pnonei, insianoa an pang snuggcrs. , s oftk-c since Marclnno won the . jp ov th'trfh'8ttlm^thl»#?nf i ,1i t Bpt)-«.it le, and the money H.bolng chr- . cn ^ g nrno wm not be nlrQtlftS fiPlO ,^ id In tubs. Al would llkp KOpky broadcasts, ore barred by thofe pi>mllln olutmnlons for 0 long M>iuki»ltl« <inVinr<l awafnm. >• ' "^ *'t. the the DbbchTftJ.',. ' it in^ton and .Chicni;o, fifth ;it .U17. i foi-reslcr, whose pass BEDROOM with private bath and private entrance. Garage. Phone 7-3391. 22-31 Help Wonted WAITRESS. Top-salary' and good 4<AL CODY RIVER Copyright, '»52, by Al C*dy. Dlitribulid by King F»olur«l Syndlcot*.. CHAPTER SIXTEEN ""AN INDIAN'S promise, once given; could be counted on. But a renegade's wortf was a leaky sieve, the balancing equation of honor Ijft out. A lot depended on councils which would have been held since that .talk with McQuestion at'the wood 'lot. They might well ba,ve decided that it would be foolish £9 have only a taste of whiskey fri&rn two boats, when the loot of and deep undertows, the hurtling I tain's big^lmnds closed, twisting, tips. Holidays Cafe; 3 miles East! all three was there for the taking. r* J " • nn *' i *•!„.• ' _ 1 1 ' ; <tT««_ ' *V.\>_. _t *•«.». ^nn ti«^l«i At I- Vi/i ^BEDROOM. Close in. Call 7-5572 after 5 p.m. 23.-?t FIVE acres, four room house, large back porch. Electricity, electric pump, two miles from Hope. Leonard Ellis, at Foster-Ellis Insurance Agency. Phone 7-4801; 24-3t Hope on 67. Apply-in person. .flere the river ran ugly. At the 24-6t | fur. headwaters of a score of feeder —, ~^——^—,—^—— ,- ! etreams the -deep drifts of winter COMMERCIAL, teacher with de-l were : ln the last stages of dlsinte- gree. Salary open. Contact Super- gration, their dissolution being intendent of Schools, Stamps, Ar- hastened by heavy fains. Conse- Kansas. ' . . 24-3t quently, the Missouri was high, r-—••'-•'• : - ,—:—^_'__^._-,._. *odi channeled between rising I OSt ; roCHy banks, • giant In fetters, • ' ' Wanted to Rent 1 YELLOW go)d Ladles, Plgin wrist watch in doVvntown Hope, Monday. Call Roy Fry's .restdeiice. BEDROOM furnished apartment, | Collect. or 2 bedroom furnished house. I Contact Bob Carroll, Diamond Cafe. 22-3t Services Offered REMEMBER If you can't find It In Texarkana or Dallas "Come to see me," I have your size. TOM WARDLAWS Main Street Tailor Shop FOR Plumbing & Repairs Phone 7-4337 Fixtures and floor furnace*, Shallow & Deep Well Pumpt. F.H.A. Title 1 U»n», ROY WARREN PLUMBING YEARS qt experience in floor ers, 912 yf. 7th. Phone rlv^r '.roared In % frenzy and 4d.like an untamed cayuse. Already . the churning paddle and the throb of the en- Were smothered In the angrier,putee of the torrent. Sound woul'd: give no warning of their coining. The shore? seemed to push toward them on either side, like the closing of a mighty hand. It O-21-lm! observed on other occasions, but ____^______^ ,, twice aa realistic and fearsome tn LOCAL and long distance Hauling.! «»e uncertain light. Now the en- glne« on all three boats were Also local moving. See Dannie Hamilton or call 7-3611. O-23-lm Female Help Wonted MASSINGILL REST HOME 803 E. Division Phone 7 4320 For convalescent aged, men and women. State and city approved. Reg. Vocational nurse. Jewell Massing!)! Haul and Spread SANP or CUY $1.25 Pel Gravel. CUy, Gr«veI and Fertiliser Available. RALPH SAUNDIRS Phone 7-4683 or 7-9174 <«*•**« THK demand (or Avon's beautiful Christmas Gift Sets is the greatest in history. Capitalize on this demand by becoming -an Avon Represenative in your own neigh- borhoood. Write LaVeroe Gilbert P. O. Box 330, Hot Springs, Arkansas. 22-61 Fights Last Night By The Associated Preu Fall River, Mass. — Tippy Lar- ui. 144, Gdrfield, N. J. outpoint- ed Maurice Jenkins 148 Newark N. J. 10. New York (Sunjayside Garden)— Ichnny PiGilio, 130. Bayonne, N. J. outpointed Sam Anderson, 130% Pittsburgh 8. •training to deliver full power, the progress of the fleet slowed to a crawl. There could be no burst of speed to sweep them past the danger point, Earnshaw came up, ready to tend a hand In case of need. He shouted Into Rawls' ear: "Something's amiss. The Pride 4a second Ui line, the Astrld behind her." "Nothing we can do now," RawU retorted, which was the literal truth. He was calling on Uwtlnct to aid tils faculties, since Half a good riverman's sHIii is so derived. Normally a pilot could depend on Mr ears, tint nuances oj •ouod «asuring de«p smooth waters or warning of hidden shoals or rock. BDUKS gieaningla** to untrained oars. But in the frothing turbulanoe Qf the channel they were entering, all sound was poured together into solid deafening tbundar* Now tfcey were entering the Devil's ajgrin, one of the moat dreaded rtretcbes ol waur on Uie power of tricky currents, even a river boat could be twisted and slammed against the rocky walls before the thrashing paddle wheel could get a grip and steady them. The Varina was edging past the worst, but now they were coming to that stretch under the nose of the cannon. The river was widening again, the banks not quite so high. Scanning the west shore, Rawls picked out the spot where the cannon was likely to be hidden. That was where he'd place It if he was in charge, the best location available. This time he had to play a hunch, for If he was mistaken, it was the last error he'd ever make. There would be no chance to rectify it. Twisting "he wheel, he swung the Varina sharply closer to the shore. This was tricky business, coming in so close. A slight miscalculation could smash them on the rocky cliff. "Take the wheel," he ordered Earnshaw. "Hold steady!" Before Earnshaw understood what he had In mind, Rawls raced to the edge ot the deck, poised, and leaped. For that one moment deck and shore were almost on a level. A gap of a dozen feet Intervened, seemed to widen as the Varina suddenly started to sheer away. Then he was tailing, clawing at the bank, legs and body dangling while his fingers grasped a scraggly bush and clung. Drawing himself up, he started to run. Here was sharply broken terrain where the elements had Arkansas Forrester LE Roth LT MurshuH.LG Watkins C Pumas 'RG Grave's RT Purry RE, MqHprj.QB . Troxell.LH Sutton RH , Carpenter F,B> Rizzuto, Ford Going on Diet. NKW YORK (UP) -- Phil Rlr.UltO nnd Wlilt«y • Ford of .the Vimke'es faced a winter of loan r,aljons i to* day nftor the plnt-sl/iid Hlwtklbp was found to b« ,sufferln|{ frprfi ;n ulcer »ntl the 'f? nllcher from an oversl/.ed waistline. • , I Yankee officials, who revealed .Rimito'8 iillmunt, Bold he w,01 >uwe lo remuln at Lenox $111 ho> inl'nl for (ibout 10 more dayK while ii'fclvlnK treatment froni D.r. 'JbC- • K-f Flschl. When he Is rulooscd frorn , the l:ospitnl, the 34-yerir-old shortstop v;ill be placed on u rigid diet, nnd ijc compelled to "cut down greatly on his - outside activities" for the coming winter. Ford.,- nwnlting his from the Army, WBI found Ho be II pounds overweight.and llkewilo,wiU be placed on a diet, although, his Junior, B .„., TedmiBoys Dfop Pair 1"wo Hope football tcnms had ttMi ml*ernb.le time Inst night with 1V "- V « 'B" boys taklngjn ^h,o.JUKJjjn£ he 'hands of Camden nnd the Hutting swamped at tnna. The BobWltens dropped a w?™^ gnnrte to the bnby Porkers whi>p s [he ,Cnmden floconcls downed "" L 2)''to'7. • * ''TO \Vil\ not be as rigid as , 4 'fHo Vqnkccs also snnoundod' Outfielder Oenc WoodHng, h pored, during thg world Seflea ^ l gj-oln "lallmont, ^wlll repQrtfat|' ! t hospital ghortly f or -addltlon^M)? el «».„-» . ? *^ ''•*'« **V(\M the impcMis of his rush In the grasp. It;twisted tho brave\ afldc, hurled him over the brink of a twenty-foot declivity. But, as he went, < Rawls' grasp on hla arm shook the tomahawk loose, Half a dozen men were huddled about the cannon, a gun cf^w outlandish by any army standards but trained for the job. At least four of them were Indians. The other* might be whites or breeds; In their dress-there was a scant difference which to the experienced eyes of Uawls branded them as renegades. Their attention had been caught by the brlet turbulence of the struggle, but they were not sure what was happening. He landed among them in a long jump, the tomahawk swinging. Rawls had a momentary glimpse of a painted face that had gone palo beneath the daub, and then the face was gone, almost decapitated by the swing of the axe. The others were falling back, not certain that this was a creature ot flesh that had appeared 10 suddenly among them, momentary unreasoning terror driving. That was the chance for which Rawls had hoped. The cannon was big, heavy, but It was set almost at the edge of the sharp declivity at the side. He bent and lifted, straining, and though Ma munoles cracked with the effort, something had lo give, Abruptly It was toppling, crashing down upon the rocks CHAPTER SEVENTEEN | WITH the path cleared of hie last enemy and .the river ahead, Bawls poised -for. the leap, new strength surging into htm at an unlooked-for stroke of luck. Like the KftrtHa, the /'ride Ol Kunaoa had swung, in /close to, sliqre, accenting what he, as pilot, had chosen for the best channel. By now.lt was past, but the, Asfrld, third in line And close at the hcc|s of the others, was following the same .'ecu?***, -',"•'• , • , Rawls landed on the dock of the A«lr!<l «pd teetered wildly, while a .tomahawk thudded Into the planking .bes)de him, amid a rain of arrow' and * tew rltlc shbta, Guns, replied sharply from both' the 'A«irW ; l»rid the Pi-(rf« «/ , and with tho lessening pull of 'Me. cwr'enfc all three boats were picking up -tpitA,* • <- , Every 6n« was; crowding around Rawls, exclaiming M they begar] to ' first to take oft, Dudltjf and promising to Doe them at Fort Benton. Thtre wan for the other boats. ln.;gett|n» way—for aroaflon 0f r \»KloflV T Knew nothing at the moment, Astrld, following a c,u«om I when slie was flritt Able ,14 nd continued vb-tu»ll crniptlon slnoej wM r'B cabin lay r cr indulgent "I want.Dejiny roard the Astrid, for the he Journey l" she «ald, j gardcd Mark VVhlrieii, y&, nade a bad rnlatakf, back Louis, lUtenlng to formed her father, But it's not too late "What do,you m take?" Whlrter Ut 'You're n,ot pirttlni ,, •'»«, i d,oh't tlilnk i obnfeased,."Ho's a maja—which Kn '«bclatedly dlaopverlng," Tft ' "" rriparlion Brought^ ...„ .mt'if oh'cok, but W i him, she *wung baclt I understand ' H» had done. T — -"FTT,- FV-— -^r--7,r- -r •.'-•;' . • • -. - - • •- - nand'-and. rwnd. .hiir oj/n palm crimci^n, but ne •4l«re|pi^r<>«d i,h.at and thurrtped hinf pn,the:J)ack with . *. ..^ t^ !».._; ln(J|Cft« y compliments I «ntij* GM to Broad wt 8ad enouj* by the light gt 4«y, tt w§« * cburn- packet played rough games across the ages. But just above, not far back from the shore, he caught the sheen of firelight on a long strip of metal—the cannon. What he could do, or how, waa not clear in his mind, but on one thing he was determined. He had to put the big gun out of action before the Astrid came along. Tonight, McQuestion and Whlrter shouldn't pay the proper price for their treachery. They must be given a freab lease on life because of the others aboard the 4«(rid. A tangle ot brush was in his way, and he scrambled around it. Ahead was the cannon. And ahead also, crouching and alert, nqt quite sure what was going on but with suspicions aroused, was an Indian, tomahawk clutched in bit hand. scarcely slowed. Speed was easentiaj jiere, speed and surprise. Apparently the Indian hadn't actually teen him lump fron> «hip to «bere. or it had been a leap that iett'bim doubting or n« M* trie** below. That had taken only seconds, but It was long enough for the others to recover from their flash of panic, to start back with yowl* of rage and vengeance. Rawls ran, and, now tils old limp had returned to hinder him. A gun discharged, the crack of it muted by the other noise, a* waj tho wild yelling of a full score of painted warriors who had crouched and watched and waited for their moment. Realization that tney ntg been cheated did nothing to improve th,eir temper*. All of them were determined to take out thajr spleen on dim. He twisted and »pun numbers Ipr* UgaiMt then) getting in each other 1 * way, haw perlng themselves. Two men wer« ahead, but twice M many were, clone behind. He threw the tomahawk, and now only one waa la the way. There was a aUok of renegade about him, and be Ud * revolver, an early model Patt'a by the long-barreled look ef mTfor both pbi , but to his « """""a*. '*'• , ihg Yankee ahead ' . "My uiiOcretanding, . Yankee* came from', which »• what «o "1 thought I wai ••--thing when f helped you do now doesn't tne leaat. But I've made a mUtake, «'* love, and th»t'» me Her forthright great *ur p had seen nip* ol bad informed him c«r«d (or ww* didn't greatly care, or anyone el«t tne»l,fl|dea«ns' deetuyr JOT natlQW looked at fUMte M xtey <*«* w Whtrter . him an hi* exploit. "It waa foolhardy—but wonder tul" Kathleen said. Astrld McQuestion wan more eloquent. "You saved the live* of every one of u*," *hf declared. And I'm a* grateful-Hat deeply gratefiU, Dewy—as I've been coro« pletely « fool I" It waa almost a» uncomfortable a moment M when the Indians had seemed to have (Mm surrounded. Reading the Iwk in Aitrld'a eyes nt Knew that he had cttOy^o w> the word to *e on from where they had'been before—wid that tht» time an* m»*n.t il But »ome< where in the running of th» river al) the aavw bad been washed from tint aalt a general otMttef «w nwt morn'•y* ^ own boat e*pjaj8l»

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