Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 20, 1952 · Page 15
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"•-•• - i >i im^T/a ,, .„.. .„ t '' - 38Slroni ortrd 40 Native ot 81 Written form «2mi*«igod • Sltu-la of MIMrew ^ With Major Hooplo OUR BOARDING HOUSE ffiSS^ToW^ Ji *sr-'4^Kf«£ . . .,.. l «^T» rr ^ 5f2Sv^' A * E TT LB ^R F«ILO« -WP.S I y:! 1 ^, Ol-'r rH-'O 6'LL DR A. -DUCK: ly Dick Turner By Horshborgor FUNNY BUSINESS N J r ^ijsn L Whom »h&H I tay you callod to talk ^.S^r , tbdut?" ByGalbrolth Vftudevlll« balancing artltt do«»n't bother with \tra wh«n h« «ata In n cafeteria!" tray PRICKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blower . —weU. l THIS »s eor OZARK IKI By Ray Getfe HOP! STA». MOH. ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Ada Miut B« In Office D»» Before Publication VIC FLINT By Michoel O'Malley and Rnlph Lane > TV*- PKOC&SSCX* CATCHES THE- PL vTOM H<& PEST,., I ..AMP HURLS HM SACK OJTtJ A BALE OP OM A WHSSLEC7 COLLV/ VOUfcB SMART, YOU'LL REMAIN MGWNG TARGET/ WASH TUBES By Leslie 'I TWt» PEIMC5 KA4.MIS / r.MLOON'. AW EXOELLEMT THAT ML THE RUBIES f MITMIOM. ACCORDING "C BUT FAKE OR NOT- \THERE'5 ONE CHAMCEl THE RUBIES' AM1&T )1'M\ GAkABLIWS THAT BE IM WASHIM6TOM / THE THIEVES WILL WITHIW TWO DAV51 ./ RETUEW FOR TUB ST0WE THEY MISSEPl A.80UT THE JEWEL-5./THE PAPERS MUSTN'T HEAR, OF THIS! WANT AD RATES An warn *<n Ar» Payable m Advanc* Bui Ada Will 8* Accepted Ov*f Th« Telephone And Accomo- dotlon Accounts Allowed With Th» Understanding The Account It Payable When Statement It Rendered, Number One Three Six Ofae of Word* Day Dayi Day§ Month Up to 15 45 .80 1.50 4.50 16 to 20 .60 1.20 2.00 fl.OO 21 to 26 .73 1.60 2.50 7.50 tt to 30 .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 II to 35 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 JO to 40 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 „ to 49 1.35 2.70 '4.50 13.50 *fl to 60 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY One Time 75c per Inch 3 Time* 60c per inch 8 Times 50c per inch Rate* quoted above are for consecutive Insertion*. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All dally classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication me following cloy. The publishers reserve tne right to revive or «dn all advertisement) of. ftring 101 publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials ot one or moi« letters, groups 01 figures such as houses or telephone numbers count as one WOf rl. The Hope Mar will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then ror ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. Phone 7-3431 HOPE STAR Star of Hop* 1199; Pr«u 1*27 *Coniolidot«d January 1>, 192t ror Sola ANY type of gravel, including pea gravel, sand, top soil, and fill dirt. Call Jesse Sinclair 7-2559. O-28-lm Bobcats Make Final Road Trip Friday Society Continued from Pnpe Three the business conducted at the Southwest Zone district meeting in Arkndelphin on Nov. 14 was reviewed. Reports were Riven from the following cliyirmen: Vjirrt of the month, Mrs. Forrest Hoirr. Junior School Landscnping, Mrs. u « .K Mrs. Hnlbtrt. M "-i"« ! f K-e Ruests. members «nd Mrs. Henry Hnynes Hostess to Catherine Hattcn Circle of Catherine llntton Circle "f thc First Biiptlst Mondn.v in the home i Maynes with Mrs. H, A. \'l co-hostess. 1 he nu'etliiR wns cpened prnyor by Mrs. P. J. Holt. with NEW R. C. Allen typewriters, adding machines, cash registers. Rental — purchase plan. When rental paid equals our sale price, we give you the machine. See C. C. Bryant, 320 South Pine St. 15^'. ce.pt prestige. However, rivalry be- Seven room house, three bedrooms' h \° l ' M thc Uvo f'ews is keen and attic fan, floor -furnace, Venetian 1 , n thoy mcot il ' s usually a fioud Coming and Going Dl ' s ' nilllll ' (i ftntl Vivlnn Blnnken- 8hlp of SlM'Insdeld, Mo., will nr- r|v,- Friday to be the guc.t, of Mr -' nnrt Mrs. Pmil Klipsch. Dr. V. ninnkenslilp wns Vivlnn Hnsoorl who wns the snfoty director nt Southwestern ProvlnK Ground dvir- ing tho \vnr, blinds, garage and storage room. Will sell for equity and monthly payments of $44.59. Four per cent interest on loan. 217 East 13th st. Telephone 7-2601. PAINT SALE, this week only. House paint $2.75 gallon. Sat- Istfaction or your money back. football game. This year's Smackover ?(]iintl is a high scoring outfit thai has won few games but has been able to 17-6t' S ' carc al)out everyone tlu-.v played I Ar > example is the 3-1 points they tallied against El Dorado but lost Byers nut. ' Swap Shop, 105 S. Wnl- 42 to 34. The Bobcats only scored six points agamst the Oilers. Next week will end the season for Hope, when they entertain tho POINTER bird dog, tr^^d^c! backs T Than^Mni"^,;^; Alva Dorman, Rt. 1, Emrnet.j oral reserve st-nts are available and can be purchased at the High School office. Hundreds of Te.x- arkana fans will follow their team and seats are likely to be premium. Admission to the game is $1 and a reserve se at is 50 cents. Ark. PANSY plants, 3 dozen $1. Arbar- vitae bushes, nandina bushes, paradice bushes, hydrangeas. 1H04 S. Elm. CAMPBELL FLOWER & GIFT SHOP. Phone 7-4426. 18-6t 150 BALES 7-3721. grass hay. Phone 19-3t 5 ROOM house. Hardwood floors throughout. Venetian blinds, attic fan. 921 South Walnut. 19-31 Publunea every weekday. afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. k Polmflr Pr'MMww* AIM H. Woihburn, Secy-Trad At Tho Mar Building 212.214^ iuurn wauiui ^ir««t. H«p«, Arkanioi A|*» H watijburn, editor & Publllhtr Paul H. Jonui, Managing Editor . />uw VT. Ho&mtr, Mdch. Supt. i ,-A ua«.^, Advertising Manogir lOulS AND HER BUDDIES Kv Edgar Martin \<b OVO r ~~[ C" „ ^.f:^^, \ COOWS^. ; ; . ^ <^^^3 \ *<*'. ^ y<V'^r Ccpr 195S by HEA S.rv.ct Inc. T. M. Bug. U. S. Put . mo tlo&s matter at iu,iv. Arkonsak, llpder thi Act ut March 3, 1197. Mombtr at th« Audit Circulation! Bureau ol BUGS BUNNY Subscription Rate* (payabla in ad ' <ance) By earner in Hope arid neighbor* ng towns — I'ei Week 25 o«r Year 13.00 By mail in Hempstead, Nevada, ^luyefiu, rtoward, and Miller coun- Jne Month 65 nreb Monrhs 1.60 ilx Months 2.60 Onu Yeai 4.50 AH other mall — ;ne Month 1.10 hruu Months .... 3.25 v n,, 6.50 • •••a- .. 13.00 H;II > *\dvertismQ Representatives: Arkansas Dailies Inc.; 1602 Sterick Jldg., Memphis 2, Tenn., 505 Texas JanK blag Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago l,.lll.; 60 E. «2nd it., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 I'enobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of the Associated Press; r he Associated Press Is entitled ex- .luslvely to the use for republication ir all the local news printed In thii «w*iX)per, us well as all AP n«wl Wanted to Buy SAVE half. Some 3% cents foot clean pine lumber; wallboard, 2 cents foot; doors, $4 up; windows, frames, left over tiles, less than 1 A price; sinks, $5 up; gas heaters, $6.75; gas plates, $3.75; butane tank, $25. Mac's Camp. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-4474 Or bring items to Mls» Turner at Hicks Funeral Home \\ ill Ktl Waller. Flower Show, Mrs. Henry Fenwick. The meeting was adjourned with! the announcement thut the Garden-! la Club uould be hostess nt the next meeting. Girl Scout Troop 8 Hns' Meeting Tuesday Girl Scout Troop H met nt the home of Carolyn lluett on November t« at 7 oVIoek. In absence of the president. Barbara Polk, vice-president, took chni'KC of the meeting. Committees were chosen for the Christmas party which will be held December Zl at the Girl Scout Hut. He.foshmeiils of chocolate sun- dues and cookies were served by the hostess assisted by Gloria Hoth- wo.ll to 11 members and a prospective leader. Miss Imo.uene Arnold. The next meeting will be held at the home of Frances Barrentlno on December 2. Cake and coffee was The first U, S. building specially huilt for astronomical observation's w.1* constructed near Phllndelphin i.i 17(!D. Wisterln Garden Meets November Club 19 C. E. Boley. 19-31 WESTINGHOUSE radio, Singer sewing machine. Both in good condition. Reasonable. Phone 7-3798. 19-3t Services Offered YEARS ol experience in floor sanding and finishing. Dale Rogers, 912 W. 7th. Phone 7-2234. O-21-lm LOCAL and long distance Hauling. Also local moving. See Dannie Hamilton or call 7-3611. O-23-lm For Rent Bcasley died at his home in Fulton, Wednesday. Nov. 19. Funeral arrangements tire incomplete. The senior choir of BeeBec Memorial CME church will rehearse Thursday night. Nov. '20. AH members are urued to be present. Hopewell Elementary School will present its Thanksgiving play, a musical comedy entitled "How Thanksgivings Have Changed" on Nov. 20, 8 p.m. Admission is 10 cents for students and 15 cents for high school students and 25 cents for adults. Thc Wisteria Garden Club met Wednesday, NovembA 1 1!>, in the home of Mrs. W. K. Waller with Mrs. Clyde Coffee as en-hostess. The meeting was called to order by the president. Mrs. Waller. Mrs. Coffee read the elub creed find Mr:;. Sue Perkins brought an interesting report on the Junior liar- den Club at Paisley School. Mrs. Lahroy Spates and Mrs. A. A. Hal- 'oert brought the program on basic designs and a demonstration on arranging flowers Refreshments were served to 17 Without Sour Stomach TUMS FOR THE TUMMY 3 ROOM unfurnished duplex apartment. Screened in sleeping porch. Phone 7-6691 after G p.m. 13-6t 3 BEDROOM house. 815 W. E. Phone 7-2(163. Ave. 17-3t FURNISHED 3 room apartment with bath. Electric refrigerator. Private front and back entrance. 3 blocks MOP Depot. $18 month to suitable tenant. R. D. FRANK LIN COMPANY. A. P. Delony, Manager. 19-3t KS BEST! 5 ROOM house near hieh school. Call 7-3535 after 3 o'clock. 20-3t .'SMALL horse for child. Must b gentle and well broken give full Notice description. Write Box 98, • o£ Hope Star. care tf ALLEY OOP By V. T. Homlin r «r 32° Real Estate for Sale • NICE or OOOLA. \ AW, cur iri.n.ii... \ ALU K.IUI-U, au TO OO GUNNlMQ I '1 HATS NO CAV IT'S A WITCH. 1 YK , TOR TH-VTCAT / C-HE G GUNNING / i;oi-Ti,i-XW, WHAT'S ivr VOL. jb^yn? t -rl \VMO- ; i" MEOW \ K-MA AN'NOD »' COME OVER UC)? TMIO n.v:-an NOU K KNOW IT.' .'\ u.> m : TWENTIETH • THu YEAR OF THE WITCHCRAFT HYSTERIA, NEW and renewal subscriptions to any magazine published. Christmas rates. Charles Reynerson, City Hall. Day Phone, 7-2328; Night 7-2788. . O-30-lrn CHRIS WELKIN, Plonereet By Russ Winrerbotham COLONBL- EL^ON. XOT AU"CH ON THE vcvtee - IN T HI? UNIT, -< CONVEETING \ l£~>. BUT IN ANOTHER. WE INTO ?TEAAt CONVEPT BETA PADlATlON DlRECTLV/NTO ELECTKlClTV! PKECAUTlONApy CONCEPN- 320 ACRE Stock farm, 5 miles out • on No. 4 Black Top. A large stock and hay barn. One large B room house. All fenced and cross fenced. 200 acres open in pasture. Balance in fine young limber. Electricity, telephone line, mail route and school bus line. If interested see FLOYD PORTERFIELD. 18-3t CORNELIUS Heights. 302 East 14th, 2 bedroom home. Financed. Lot 100 x 175. Priced to sell. ftJJY pay rent? You can buy this 5 room house uptown for less •than rent. 123 South .Washington. Sidewalks, paved street. Lot 50 x 220. You pay $800 and move in. Balance $39 per month. HOME and income. Duplex, 5th and Pine. We have a price on this that will surprise you. D. FRANKLIN COMPANY P. Delony, Manager 19-3t IF YOU want to drink, that's your lusiness. If you want to quit, that's our business. Alco- liolics Anonymous. ' P. 0. Box 285. N-18-lm To Save Money, Time And Effort Use Quick-And-Easy Riceland Rice For Tender, Fluffy, White Perfect Rice Every Time! JOLEY'S new fire resistant court Help Wanted EXPERIENCED evening cook. Ap ply Drake's Cafe. 18-31 HENRY By Carl Anderson t to w* • HAVE M3U SEEM MV BOWLING BALL? *"* EXPERIENCED sales lady on Ladies ready-to-wear. Very good opportunity. Write full particulars and previous experience to Box "A" in care of Hope Star. ^ 19-3t y Wonted IglPERIENCED waitress. Top sal- Hry. Apply Manager, Diamond Cafe. N-19-u Position Wonted service station op c-rator. Also route man for Hope and Vicinity. Box "B" in care o Star. 18-3 For Sole or Rent bedroom house. Modern .closets and cabinets. la good neighborhood near Paisley School. Sam Hartsfield. Telephone Your grocer now has a wonderful rice which is quick and easy to cook! It's the famous perfect-cooking RICELAND RICE which requires no washing, no rinsing, no draining, no re-steaming! Cooks In Few Minutes! Use RICELAND RICE and with no effort—in just a few minutes — you'll have white, finished soon, with copper piping fluffy, perfectly-cooked rice Steel windows, tile gables and every time! walls throughout. T. G. McBay, contractor; Lee Calhoun, plumber; City Electric, Hope Tile . . Works, City Lumber Co.; Frank the quick and easy, perfect- Booth Concrete, Tol-E-Tex Bu- cooking quality of RICELAND tane. (Mac's Camp), C. E. j RICE. It costs less than two Thrifty! No Extra Cost! You pay nothing extra for Boley. l9-3t AM now taking orders for jam and fresh coconut cakes for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Order early. Lenna Dial 7-6633. Porterfield. 20-3t Lost 1 DARK brown hound dog. Answers to name. Buck. I£ found please notify Roy C. Fry, Rt. 1, Fatmos. 15-6t ON SPRING Hill road, Plymouth ingate off % ton pickup. Call T. O. Porter's Garage. 18-3t EARSCREW, Rhinestone and pearl. Lost at High School Tuesday night. Return to Hope Star. Home Study Course COMPLETE your high school at home in spare time. Diploma. No classes. Texts furnished. Write for free booklet. American School, 2905 Alabama, Fort Smith, Arkansas. N-19-lm cents a serving! Get Big FREE Cook Book! A new, big 28-page recipe book, beautifully illustrated in full color, with easy, wonderfully delicious recipes for thrifty RICELAND RICE main dishes, casseroles, soups, salads and desserts will be mailed you FREE on request. Just write the Arkansas Rice Growers Cooperative Assn., Stuttgart, Arkansas for free cook book. Here's The Quick And Easy Way To Cook Riceland Rice Put 1 cup RICELAND RICE, 2 cups water and 1 teaspoon salt in a 2-quart saucepan. Bring to a vigorous boil. Turn down heat as low as possible. Cover saucepan with a lid and leave over low heat for 14 minutes. Serve. You'll have 3 heaping cups of white, fluffy, perfectly-cooked RICELAND RICE. FOR Plumbing & Repairs Phone 7-4837 flxt«re« and floor furn»ee», 8h»llow 4 Deep Well Pump,. F.H.A. Title 1 Loan*. ROY WAUMN PLUMBING »«^^" « MASSmGILL RiST HOME W31. e&rf«te» phone 7.4320 for GOBI EXTRA SPECIAL !!! PRESTONE While it lasts only $3.15 Per Gallon Newf We have a Lorge Stock of « Used Parts for Trucks & Cars WYLIi Glass & Salvaqe Co, NOTICE' I have purchased Bob Turner's Grocery on West Third Street and will appreciate continued patronage of old customers as well as new ones. MALCOLM PORTERFIELD' GROCERY AND MARKET 723 West Third Street Phone 7-6720 Those super blue jeans are styled by me for cowboys and girls! They are real Western Style., the way you like them! Gone Aufry /cans are made of superior qualify donfm . . . finished with double orange stitching and non-scrafcn copper rfvefs. Real wesfern sfy/e, with long, light logs, and plonly of fabric for rorn-up cuffs. The jeans are labeled with Gene Aufry's name, and a coupon on the paper label entitles you to a colored aurographed photograph of Gene Aufry and Champion. Genuine Gone Aufry jeans are only ... Regular $2.29 JEANS This week only. .. $1.98 (Jackets to Match $1.V8) WEST BROS. HOME OF GOOD VALUES 2nd & Main Hope, Ark. HOLIDAY FUN! VIA MO-PAC BUSES Thanksqiving Holiday highways are b*« when yw travel on a MO-PAC buslForyou,., there are no crowded road condition* to cope with. • • nor driving fatigue, to fight. Jus; lean back in cushioned comfort.., relax... and enjoy the pleasing panorama ol icenic, direct routes. r. f, jw» MM? *w*n pitjpi y|| flp ™^" ^ PACIFIC *U$ LINE* TICK§T» ' WFQIMATIPN Ml«*BMrl IS YOUR LAUNDR COST TOO HIGH!!! «• M Why not save by sending your laurtdry to us, W« '1 will give you the kind of ifetyitfe you wanf, and'I we pick up and deliver. "t< • * ••r ' V 1 Our prices are about the"*BrVie as they have been. for years, and prices that wfll lave you money, " ,' y ' MENS SHIRTS o* 15c (Other items priced accordingly for Hops) Get your laundry ready and call us today PHONE ll 7-2681. We will pick it up and return H to you-| beautifully finished like you wanMt. . * , ~~ TRY OUR LOW PRICK AND SAV* f "*""'* COOKS (j^uf/UA WHITE STAR LAUNDRY & CLEA Phono 7-2681 ' ; , Owned and operated by Fred and Ruth Cook and , wo will greatly appreciate your butinesi, - "•,«* .. : , •' . ' ..... \ i.. < ,.r'iih»S BE SURE TO PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR FAT TURKEYS, HENS, DUCKS AND FRYERS FOR THANKSGIVING. Crisco & Snowdrift 3 Ib. can 83c Miracle Whip SALAD DRESSING Quart 49c Pure Cahe SUGAR 10t te 93c When yoV] bu v 2 .,-.,<,.,., give you ona.f small .loaf;. ROUNDUP Cans 2/C PET and CARNATION MILK 98r FRUIT CAKE INGREDIENTS Candied Cherries & Pineapple Pound Candled - Diced, Mixed Fruit Pound WOODBURY and SWEETHEART ' TOILET SOAP 41* 4 Regular \< Bars' 1000 SHEETS SCOTTISSUE CHICKEN OF THE SEA TUNA FISH s!T Rolls* 23c ;, jjjV . ^^IT'OB^ 1 $i Oz Can- £&( PUREX IVORY 3 Medium or 2 Large Ban 25c AMERICAN BEAUTY Hominy 3 No. 2 Cam 25c KRAFT CARAMEL! Bottle FROZEN FOOD WHOLE SUN Orange Juice 2 cans 29c <7 IpiOz. 4m ,Con6»-.i PRODUCE DEPT. BANANAS Pounds FRESH CALIFORNIA- CARROTS 2 Pkgs. 2/C WHITE BAKING ' POTATOES 5 Pounds 35c Bell Peppers i 21e;^ ORAN MEAT pirr: " TAffi BAG 1 Pound . Pockc "" 2 " T SUN 01

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