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Hope, Arkansas
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y, November 21, 1951 H.OM ITAt, IIOM, iDpipNHpiMMMffvw" "• " ^ SIFIED P^— 'P»*'iF ^^^^** iin^^^^ (MAW* horwi for gOfllllt *flrf.*£*'* »••""•• *£.""'*"' d«ICr)plKii. Write Vox W, care Of »U Jt»W top 7'WM, 0-M-Jm MBW R, C. Al!<m JTttt rrmehlncij •,—- - —-ji-i — Rental - ptffchnim »1«". When Cental paid «<!««'« °» T »" 1 * yo» Iho machlnn, no C. C. Bryant, 3W Smith Pint »t 15-' Wanttd to in? Hurt R to | Eitot* for Salt Ueven room home, three bedroom* Bttlc fan, floor furnace, Venetian Wind*, «nr»B<i nnd »torn*o room, Will »»H for pqully nnd monthly pnymcnm of *M.9D. Four per cent Interest cm Joan, 217 Eiut 13th telephone 7.2801. VNH "lhi»~~week only, „„„„„ paint »4,7« fisllon.• »M. inunction or your money buck. By«r» Swap Shop, HW 8, wni- ut, CORNKLIU8 Height*. 302 B"t Hth, % taBdrOom home. Financed. Lot JOO x 17(1. Priced to Mil. WHY pny rent? You can buy thin » room hou«« uptown for I«M than rt>nt, 123 South Wn»hln«ton. Sldnwnlkn, paved «tr«trt. Lot M X 220, Ywi pay #»0 nnd move In, Balance *W P^ month, HOME «n<l Income. Duplex, 6th nnd Pine. We hnve n price on (hi* thai will mirprlit'i you. 1!. n. FRANKLIN COMPANY A. P. Dfllony. Manager 10-flt H^ipWanted" Bobcats Go to Smackoverfor District Tilt Wisconsin Waiting Until Next Year MADISON. Win., tfl —The cnnv, mm whtre the "Walt 'Til Next! Yc-.ir" tune probably originated wait rocking tcxiny to an unaccustomed rhythm. L , 0 Wisconsin itudent* and fans. uajr »hruB8ln« off 40 years of Big Tcnj PRESCOTT NEWS Nov«mber 23 .turned to her home In Van Huron uUi Fellowship of the after a visit with her daughter Church will meet on Sun Mrs. J. W. Teeter and Mr. Teeter i.m. >orks to End Disastrous Grid Season By ChlekVourtf OZARK IKI football frustration*, arc booming! for the Roue Bowl with a heavy! The Hope BobcaU clo*« not their iwa'.. All thal'H needed is n wlndup - - •• • • ton or row over Minnesota to i.t lonst n share o( the Conference championship The Youth Choir of the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and children of Loekesburg have beer road trip* tonight wh«n they Jour- noy to Smnckovor for a final dU- trlct contest agalnut th« cv«r.p»- t«)t Buckaroo*. and an alrooa certain bW to the . « Uarrto U ratwl a ton up with pa.Mica»on tlU nt llU both t«nm« completely out of nny| Coach Ivy WillU.mson » traditionn. ,oe 'outh unoir 01 me oapusi «-«-«.«....« -,-.— - „ .„ rt nnrt will meet on Sunday fit 5! the guests ot Mrs. C. D. Ward and [•raining Union will meet Hill Ward. ^ Mr. and Mrs, Tom Bemis am Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bemis spon Monday nt their cabbin on Grnss L.ak(>. ansas Razorbaeks iCir disappointing at 0:.'»0 p.m. Classes for Young People of the Church of Christ will be held Sunday nt 6:40 p.m. IXl'EIUKNCKD Lndios rcndy-to-wear. Very Rood opportunity. Writ* full particular* nnd pUfVloua cxperlcnec to Box "A" In core of Hope Star. IB-Ill ^•M^aMii*****'""*" 1 *'''"'* 1 ""''" ^™ '• ' >ANRV plant*, 8 doxen $1. Arbnr vitne budhod, nandlnn bu»ha«. tjnrni'.lco bushai, hydrftiiffofl*. 1804 3, Kim. CAMPBISM- FLOW SHOP. Phono 7-4420 18-0 00 BAUSS 7-878J. hny, Phono JtM ROOM ho««e. Hardwood floor throughout. Vonulltm blind*, at tic fnn. 021 South Wnlnut, IP"? HxPKmE'NCK.O waitress. Top sal »ry. Apply Mnnngcr, Diamond Cnfo. N - |0 - tf rat<: , „ boyg nrc In «(iod nittipc nnd would like to bolster their win column, imd are rot- Me ' l ' r The BTS of the Central Mission- i ary Church will meet on Sunday «2 at 7 p.m. „<„„,..,• There will IIP a Young People's victory service nt the Church of Naznrcnc for Mrs. Homer Ward is ill in a Tex arkana hospital following majo sunjery. , a fl)ntt< , f th " " ° tin- Sunday at 7 first i p.m. pd by many on «ll«lnly favored ini tllI!C! S!fn tonlihfi tilt. i '«"» s " f The Rome will be broadcast by Station KXAH. It olenn pln«t lumbor; 3 cents foot! doom, W up; win down, frame*, left over lllen, )«*» than H price; (tlnk*. $ft up; ««» heatori. *0.7B; B«» plate*, W^tt; btitane tank. »30, Muo'u Camp. G. IB. »owln« machine. Both In good condition, Roanonnble. Phono 7.3700. ^^^Jfjl 1 i^loT'onk, «urn nnd Ainu S^-S Oak and Cum for Karm u»o. Oak mid HHdKti llniborn. Company. ^l-l pout The Negro Community •y Helen Turner Phone 7-M74 Or bring Itemi to Mlee Turner *t Hlcke Funeral Home BBRBBR MKMORIAU 0. M Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pwtor 0:45 n.rn. Sunday Mchoot. U o.m. morning wornhlp. 6:00 p. m Kpworth Longn 7 p. m. Evening worship B. MT. 2ION OME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Paitor 0;48 a,m. Sunday School Jl a.rn. Mornlnu Worship 0 p.m. Kpworth Lottgiio. 7 p.m. Kvcnlnn worship Defense Is Factor for Top Teams NKW YORK UPI — Footbnll faun who hnve been Rrlevlng nbout tht- iiviT-rmphnithi on offense in football cnn take hnnrt today by comparing the list of four unbcntvn U'aim end the best tenmn on do- tonne, j Here! 1 * whfit they'll find: j Michigan Stntu, top ranked team 1,1 the country, has the best do- Vine against running defense witli on nvormje of 1)7.3 yards per Riimo. 1 Georgia Tech, No, 2, has tin- be?l t<>tnl defense nsalnst both niBhlnK and pnmilng with a figure of 10(111 yards per game. UCLA und .Southern California, rnnttcd third mid fourth respectively, fire tops, with Oklahoma, In pus* Interceptions and also hnvs yltldud the fewest points pot' game, •and-buggy! The Pioneer meeting of the Pres- j byterinn Church will meet Sunday ws no difference wh.it; at 4:30 p.m. The Youth Fellowship happ'-ns in other key names in' will meet at (1 p.m. Supper will I tic conference tomorrow—Wlscon-'bt- served by Mrs. T. F. Grayson ...in can't lose if It wins. Michigan.) a nd Mrs. Max Kitchens, with lt "-' name '1-1 record, can' Ohio State arid still do no than tie the Badgers. If that happens the Bin Ten athletic cluv nt (j.;)o p.m dlri.'cto! i, will decide which team lire's Wtst this winter nnd Wisconsin, sir-'-'' it's never been there 'iiiifore, rates the nod. The Young People of tho Assembly of God Church will meet Sun- Mrs. J. W. Bradley has bee ill at her home. Sauer Named Most Valuable Player Mrs. Carl Dalrymple Hostess to Woman's Association Uy RALPH RODEN YORK, Hank Sauer, tne rags to riches outfielder of the ChlcaKO Cubs today was named the most Valuable Player in the National League for the 1952 by the Baseball Writers Association of America. The selection of the 33-year-old ChlcnKo slugger came as a surprise to many as Sauer slumpec barily during the last month of the Tho Woman's Association of the Presbyterian Church met Monday afternoon in the home of the president, Mrs. Curl Dalrymple, with ten members present. Mrs. Dalrymple opened the meet- itiH with the; devotional and led in prayer. She also conducted the business and the minutes were read by the secretary, Mrs. Wallace Pemberton. Mrs. Wiiron Cummings conducted a program of praise and Thanks jiviriH und the annual praise and Thanksgiving offering was receiv- Willie Pep Willing to Fight Anyone KT. LOUIS ffl — A confiden crafty Willie Pep. his latest "com b.ick" opponent listed as a v lim, says he'll fight anyone, at time to sain another crack at w ning biu-k his featherweight cro f-o-n S;mdy Saddler. The bobbing veteran put on usual show last .Anight to win a unanimous, 10-round decision from Fabolln Chavez, a youngster from FAYETTEVILLE Ml — The AMI close oiif IP YOU'LL STAY AND FINISH SOME PAPERS WITH ME TONIGHT; 'LL BUY YOUR \j DINNER will 1952 football oason .*».*. H« "mnijwMO""*"""" 4 " *'" Services Offered YKAi.Jr ot experience In floor Banding nnU finishing. Bnlo Rog or», Dl» W. 7th. Phono 7-2884. o-awm LOCAL nnd lon« (Ustnnco limiting, I Also local n\ovi««. 800 Dannie | Hamilton or call 7-30U. "« For Rent BETHEL A. M. ft. CHURCH Rev. Q. Pauchnl, Pnitor 11:45 a. m. Sunday school. j] n.tn. Mornlnu Worship 0 p.m. A, C, K. L. 7 p.m. Evcnlnu worship UONOKB BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Pgwell, Pa»tor I): <IS ii.rn. Sunday School ll'tt.m. Movnlng Worship. 0 p.m. BTU 7 p.m. Kvi-tilna worship of course, .but It's more than coincidence that Iho only four mnlor unbeaten teams happen tu be iimontt the best in rustrnlninil tlui olhei club from nmvlni! that ball. I he fans crowding Los Angeles CoU.ioum and watching over tlu-ir U'lovlftlon sets will see two crack JKISH defenses In Saturday'n UCLA- Sov.thorn California duel. UCLA has picked off 35 opposition passes top* in the country, and USC's iitlilwnrl defensive platoon lias grabbed U"> (or a tie with Oklahoma fur second. Southern Callfpr- nh, Inciiientully, hast s<:orc-d suven „ _„„ 8 room wW> bnlh. Kloutrle Private front and bnck antrnnco. 3 block* MOP nopot. »1» month to »uUttl»tB t«ni\nt, K. ». FttANK COMPANY. A. P.-. D»lony, CHURCH OF QOD In CHRIST Bid. 0. N. Dannls, Pnitor JO: 15 n.m, Sunday School )!I:JO p,m, Morning Worship 0 p.m. Y. I*. \V, W. Q p;m Evening worship , , of Its 8Si touchdowns on pass III- ed. Cake and coffee were served by the hostess during the social hour. The big four also do well scorin;'. scnson following a brilliant start S-iucr won his circuit's highos lionnr by a narrow margin ovei lUuiiii Roberts, the graceful right hnnder of tho Phlladolphin Phil lit" 1 anci Joe Black, the rookie re lid'expert of the pennant-winning Brooklyn Dodgers. The Chicago star, whose climb to major league star d om was a tortuous path, collected l!2li points out of a possible 330. Roberts, who mere games than any other second with svho inadv. pitcher, 2U, 211 points. finished Bl a c k, 5 ROOM howso lunir high school. Call 7-3585 uftov 3 o'clock;. 20-31 Sole or Rent TWO "bedroom house. Modern closet* nnd cabinet*. In good iwlghbortKKwl nc«r P«I»loy Scho- oj. 8»m Hartstiuld, Telephone QAHRBTT OHAPiU BAPTIST R«v. F. R. Wllllami, P««or »:45 «. m. Sunday aohool U o. m. Morninit worship 0 p.m. UTU 7 p.m. Ifivwninji Wowhlp RI8INQ STAR BAPTWT R«v. W. M. Brby, Patter 0:43 a.m. Sunday «chool. 11 a.m. mornluB worship. 0:00 p. m. B. T, U. 7 p.m. Evening Worship VirRiuiii leads tho pass defenders In yarc'HCc, however, with a yield ot only fiO.O yards per gnme. When it comes to scorlni;, Southern C«l has given up 3,3 polijts per «ame, nnd UCLA 5.1. Georgia i'ci-h, the only tt-nm which has yet o yield a touchdown on ti pass >s n 'l.l! average. Although Dos Koch of Southern Cnlitormn has the best individual Hinting average in the country, th team average per game u r.rooklyn's entry into the World Series possible, was third with 20«. Sauer, u G-foot-4, 200 pound brul- serai ran into a terrible slump in September. He hit only throe liom- ers dro\e in several runs and col- celed 10 hits In 75 times at bat. WSCS Has Fall Study The Woman's Society of Christian Service met Monday afternoon at the church for the second study on Home Missions and Human Kifihls, under the general direction of Mrs. Kverett Ward. The meeting was opened with the SOUK "0 Mother Let Me Walk with Thee" an inspiring devotional was given by Mrs. Dan Pittman Sr., Mrs. Glenn Hairston told a story on the study theme. The interesting study was led by Mrs. L. C. Galling. The meeting closed with the pray er hymn "Blessed Be The Tie That Binds." Hollywood, Calif. Both weighed 129 pounds. It was just a matter of Pep craftincs-£. — with some nice help from a jabbing left and a head- snapping right — that gave the Hartford, Conn., ex-champ the clci-r-cut victory. Judges Howard IlfS-s and Fred Connell, and Ref- "iee Ray Palmer saw the fight the saint way. Each gave it to the 30-year-old Pep, 58-42. But while Pep considered the tough less fight n success against "a kid ', the promoters were enthused with the outcome at the gate. A crowd of 2,491, just a drop 15,000-seat areana bucket, bare $5,593.50 to see the locally televised at Tulsa tomorrow in a eU ! ng almost like that of last ear, when they upset a hlgniy avorcd Hurricane team 247. Al- noht, that is. Once more Tulsa goes into this raditional rivalry boasting the ation's leading offense. And once u-re Arkansas is a definite under- But 'here the similarity stoP**^ A year ago the Razorbaeks had S | le that was double tough on rush r| a rood job ot breaking up The 1952 Razorback defense ha9» been extremely porous, having yielded an average of four touch- losvns per game. Last year Arkansas started a thrte-gume winning streaking- m War Memorial. Stadium at Little Rock by making the Tulsans vicf; tinis of its first major victory m tint uicna. This time Tulsa has the home field a field on which the Rimn-backs haven't won smco 19 Therc*s a bare possibility that Lewis Carpenter, the fullback who wrecked the Hurricane last season, will return to the Porker lineup He's been sidelined for the oa-l 'two games with a knee in- juvv. Coach Otis Douglas said Carpenter would make the inland would play if there appears to bo no danger of his remjurmg tne knee. . . Unlesb Carpenter is m top form, Arkansas' chief offensive weapons will be the running of Larry Hogue, Buddy Button, Murray Elton and Jack Tioxell and the pass com- bimtior. of Quarterback Lamar McHan and End Floyd Sagely. Key men in the Tulsa ground game are Howard Waugh, a tank- like fullback, and Ronnie Mornsif a clever quarterback Morris arm is quite dangerous, .,YOU'LL PAY C_ FOR IT ? r LOBSTER AND PEAS AND SALAD AND ASFWPAGUS AND SHERBET AND SHORTCAKE AND A PARFAlT AND TVvO CHOCOLATE "Ij ( I GET SO > SLEEPV ( AFTER A \ BIG MEAL ? 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P««tor W8W ftnd wn»w«r7ub»(5r»ption» to j »;48 a.m. Sunday School uny m»««*li\8 published, tihrtat- \\ a.m. Momlw worship mm VRtes. Chttrt«»' Roynwion, 0 p.m. V, P. \V. W. City mU. Day Phone/.T : a38»t| 7 p.m. Kvenii\g Worship ontfR to Colorado with 42.8. That's, esnetly a yard better than South ern Cat's 41-H, lloustdu is sixth In the country In total defense aaaiust both rush inn und passing with an averay of .204.9 yards per game. In rush injj delcnse, Houston ranks fit'I with an nvernge of 101.it yards pc name. ,,„ 1UU. Ni«iit ? awa, The Oospcl Tornadoes of Wichita at new tin re»lsttmt court «oot\, with copper Sieol wludowi, tllo HRUl v?ftU« thsoujihoiut .,, , contt»«torj t*ft C*lUau»* P»um P«r«on«llty Despite this poor showing the Morris Feels Ike Can Do Little PITTFDURQH W — Sen. Wayne ot Oregon, eommentinti' on Dwiisht p. Kisetv (iiijli^clwu trip: to Cub cleanup hitter wound up tied or leuRue home run honors with 'itlsburi-h's perennial champion, Ralph Kiner. at 37 each. He also od the loop in runs batted In with IJsl, llu- highest of his major league career, und batted .270. Three writers from each major league city participated in the balloting. Points were awarded on 14 for a first-place vote, nine for second, eight for third and so on cio-vn the line. | Only other players to poll 100 or more votes were Hoyt Wilhelm. the rookie relief specialist of the N.*\v York Giants, and Stan Mus- iai. the six-time batting champion of the St. Louis Cardinals. Wil- iiolm pU.eed fourth with 133 points and the $8f>,000-sv year Musial fifth, with 127. Rounding out the top 10 were. Knos Slrughter, St. Louis. 92 points; Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn. Christian Fellowship Meets in Home of Mrs. Dennis Ledbetter The Christian Fellowship of the Christian Church met in the home of Mrs. Dennis Ledbetter on Mon diiy afternoon. v Mrs. Harry Moore gave the devotional talk based on the 23rd Psalms followed with prayer by Mrs. C. W. Johnson. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Moore, vice president, presided over the business. A report was given on the rummage sale. Plans were discussed for the Thanksgiving market to be held on The Top Radio Programs NEW YORK, W) — Listening tonight: ., NBC— G:45 One Man's Family; 7 Hit Parade; 8 Best Plays. CBS— 6 .Beulah; 7 Mr. Keen; 8 Mr. Chamelon. ABC— 6:30 Lone Ranger; 7:30 This Is FBI, 8 Ozzie and Harriet. MBS— 7 Adventures of Maisie; 7.3(1 Grt-cie Fields; 8:05 Great Day Siturday Scheduling: NBC—7:30 — '-- ,CBS—10:05 loo He' completed 14 of 18 in Tulsa's rout of Detroit last weeK. Arkansas needs to win — or a > least gain a tie - tomorrow to avert equalling its poorest football record in history - the 1950 mails of two wins and eight defeats. The Arkansas-Tulsu rivalry is one o£ high scoring games. The !a«t 10 tilts between these . twfij have produced an average ol « points each. . _ . Overall in the series, the Raz- orbaeks hold 15 victories to nine for Tulsa. Four of their meetings have ended in ties. Two Razorbaeks seniors — not including the questionable Carpenter - will miss the final game of their Pennsylvania I punHK^ P0lnt26 ffOfcriy item 41 Occurrence 15 Musical 9 R a j noow 27 Distorted 42 " syllable \Q Number 28 "Glooniy dean" majesty" 16 Debasing j j Small barrels 29 Compensates .43 Way out 18 Camp 17 Ascended 31 Wooden joint 44 Top (prefix) ; peddlers t g Falsifiers P«i' ts 4G Always 20 Destroys 23 Flower 33 Depart 47 Legend 21 Possessive holders 38 Prosper 48 Seth's son P ro " oun 24 Yawn 40 Secondary (Bib.) *2 .Bad 25 Wolfhound color 50 Pacifier . <4f) 24 Festive 26 Sorrowful cry 27 Poultry disease 30 Warning signals 32 Moon goddess 34 Free tickets 35 Power 36 Abstract being 37 Seines 39 Prayers 40 Teutonic t> barbarian 41 First woman 42 Gain -^v. knowledge .45 Turn back 49 Extreme 51 Shade of brown 52 Father 53 Bake chamber in a stove 54 Self-esteem .^ 55 Famous ** English school 56 Impudent -VTIC' *$ t-iti^ m^ fVj ^^^% SfcS^W'iA 1 ''-^' WASH TUBES THB vvHeauEt? oouuv PC* THfcOPfiM BLfi\«TDR SWAPT.. a9W5!W feWjil JJ^A ' THE TRICK& OF THE >\i"irt\W!.i.TO, *^- ,,.2t \ ~~* CT.-7WUJAM / I M n. 3 u i r., on. i OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople CARNIVAL Sy Dick Turner a.m. 10 Howdy Doody. . Let's Pretend. . .ABC— No School Today. . MBS— b»r, City «o»o . Ttle Booth tune. «. I* City Lumber Co.; Frank C&ner«t«» toWS-T«x 8u- (Mao ( * C»»u>>» C. IS. itt-3t now 'Uklwi pydew to* Jam fr^ah coeoawt caKwi tor ChxMm«s. Ov »»rly,' Unna .,.„....„ November IS, a ton High School In Taxarknna. .... Kirli were aecompaivled by their «pon*or, Ml^s K. MUehclt. 11>e sonslon openwl at ft a.m. with Flo- i-euce Wilson prosidinji- Opening ceremouiea by tho Toxurkana Chap t«jr. Twenty ehaptm wore represented includlnu Blcvlns, Hope, Ar kadelphlti, Stephens, Stamps, and Magnolia, Utt Nov. 26 beginning at 9 a.m. place will be announced later. The annual Christmas bazaar will be held Dec. 4, 5, and 6. A joint meeting of the two Fellowship will be held on Monday evening Dec. 15th in the home of Mrs. Johnson. After the benediction the eleven members enjoyed a social hour. The hostess served a delectable Thanksgiving plate. am. Coast Guard Cadets. Meteor Sighted in Southwest Skies By The Associate Press A meteor flashed across southwestern sky last night suddenly disintegrated in a blaze of while light turning night into clay at some places. It was seen m at least four states. The Oklahoma City Weathe. Bureau said from the varied reports it had received there was no doutt the fireball was a meteor the and Will Jinan 1.1**- *•••— «-• tneir varsity careers. C o-Capt. Donn Pivor, a defensive halfback, STa bl-okcn jaw, and Tackle Don Smith bos some broken ribs. $ It'll also be the last game for seniors Hogue, George Thomason. luuon! Bill McFarland. Elton and Johnny Cole, all backs, ana Herbert Marshall and Bob Linebarner. guards. 359 MORE CASUAL MES WASHINGTON (ffl-The Defense Denavtraent today identified 359 aaditioral casualties of tho Korean War The list romprised 68 deacL 243 wounded, 37 missing and W Reports o e Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and Colorado. . ;il points; Tee Woo Reese anil UuUe Snider, Brooklyn, a ( .) points i-nch; and Hoy Campanella, Urook- lyn. 'VotVr'e not KOIIIK to .... that Korean War in Korea." Morse, who bolted th« Kepubll can party and withdrew his sup port from Eisehower in the No-' vember election, made that comment ill a speech last night to u Pittsburgh Israel bond drive dinner, Ho added; '"Vou'vo not Koine to perform any mlvucles by any visitation of tmyxmo to Korea. You're going to aiu. Red Sehoendienst. . -> points each. St. Mrs. Bemis Chappclle and little daughter of Newton, Mass., are the Rucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chappellc. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Stutsmani and children, Susan and Stephen' of Joliet, 111., are the guests of , far in thinking that a third work! war is inevitable." He declared: "If you let the military group yo unchecked, World War HI will be- settle the Korean War in the (come inevitable." to wun», Bus*, it ftoUfo Roy C, frjr. Mr. and Mrs. Jaim» Withorspoon Mr*. Ren» Cole, l*M. jfJlci* Troter. Mr*. &Uen Smith and Q. C. Thom»» attended the CUE Conference at Magnolia oh Sunday, November 10. SPORTS ROUNDUP r. rinme»«wi$ w»» jw««« Hiah School Tuesday to HQJW Star, Homt Study Count you? high school at in sjrnw Um». niplomft furnished '8«M*& —r- Smith, Ark»>ua». Mrs. B<ul« Wllliamii has return ed, Iwme after *pendli\» several days in Cwpev, R, L. lic»dd»flt h*« Burned home »ftw spending several day* visiting r«l«Uv«« »nd trknds in By QAYL» TALBOT. NEW YORK 1*1 — Let us all on- Mrs. Betty McCarroll has United Nations -- nowhere else.(her mother, Mrs. Watson Porter. And you're uoiiiK to do it by ne-j jfotlalins. not with Soviet Russia, but with your allies, for unity." .MoiT.o said a "military state of mind in thi.s country has gone too Moore Bros. Fresh Dressed Turkeys Your Name Size You Want Date You Will Call BRING THIS TO OUR STORE TODAY Price Guaranteed and Guaranteed Fresh -mie eoY's RoosteR V/A ciyr£ LOOSE AT j--*?? GOT A.M *A!ITU v - s SAME RISHT f TO CROW A6 A SUPPOSE THS < " Y\ MAM HAS TO V\10l3LD DR1MS A COULDN'T HPME "DOM& LOOK»W - .-,- ... K( , BI ! OLLy.,. BUT NOt STOPPI THBV'RB Om SI©HT HEUCOP FUVIMS U BOulS AND HER BUDDIHS .« T« oo BUGS BUNNY FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberger joy a big hearty laugh at the ex- pwse o( the russlers, those tunny, runny fellows who put on their rib- acts nljsht after night uruund the country and are iit com-fe. taken seriously by«»ny- one who got beyond the fourth grade. quont intervals thereafter. The gitipplers, from all accounts, gave, their big town audience tho works, as fine and conscientious a performance as could be seen in Windblown, Idaho, or anywhere. One ot them sot tangled up in the ropos and was kieked half to death before the referee could rescue nim. A 241-pounder was They had the nerve to take over \ m ..,ed blue by what a knowing critic described as a double frankfurter twist. It was structly big "Pon't give it another thought, Quigley! After all, the store doesn't expect you to mollify everybody 1" NOTICE! NOTICE! ^ before the mistake was discovered. FROM NOW ON PRESTONE WIU BE SOLD FOR $ID| GLANCES By Golbraith UIKE WS'RB OU,KIP.HOW ABOUT OEl-l-V 0EAN6? TWO Cfc-NT-3 ) COMIN WORTH »t ** ALLEY OOP By V, T. YGH,OOOLA. HIT WHAT , ^, , SHE SHOT WALL RIGHT... ) WHW'O OHE A SHE'S COMING IN WITH ) HAPm GO A VERY DEAD CAT,' /-,A SHCXJT IT A VCKY Vtw t/M.^,^ roR? rrin [•'^S5 Mrs. Orscitt 1* Hindman is inf wlatjve* tuxd h-iends in Washington. Fights Last Night Uw gloaming citadel of sport. Madison Square Garden, the other night, ««d you'll hold your sides wut»n Vkt tell you what happened. U was h clneh to happen, because there Ui.'i a more hep crowd of spoi-ts fans in the whole world than here In the nation's greatest time. city. W*U. tltes* groancrs, better than toix ot the graiidest names lit the drt* only 18,351 paid ad lx»ior« It's bten. roushly, 20 years since the noble science enjoyed its last big prosperity here. Back in 1931- S3, y,-hen tha apple sellers stood in eveiy black, Jim Londos, the GoWen Greek," packed them into staud- department 0»e Gaiaen \\-eel? week and »ad barred th« doors. Another 6.000 w*¥« WU out to the str««t, m»d clean through. Tbe receipts Uie police had to lijght off tie overflow Then all ol a sudden something ixappencd. The crowds quit com- M. and Jim and all his colorful eliows disappeared into the shadows. U sou'U mooxent. w« now lopg been taksn tw , woyld mvtx com* PER GALLON WYLIE GLASS & SALVAGE CO. CAMHWlfUi) W«tt ThW S», »•»• '«*'•' "I'm your neighbor—I'll bet you fifty cents you can't fill it " with water and play itl" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser t&i'ti WJ CHRIS WELKIN, Planeteer H£ SENIORS HAVE ACCEPTED fHEJUUIOKS' CHAULEMGE ~K> A HAVING- A TOUGH //•z KAOOSE JOMES IS 1 COOKIE COMBS SAYS WORDS OUT — HE'S 60T J MA<6 HIW NERVOUS/ 4' SASSAFRAS r*^ '^ HOW WORKS DEBATE/ SAV.WMO poe THATUEAVe? 5.,.FPARRU --- • l-l*AC i TAKIN(5 Hl TIME AND I PONT HENRY ^4*wffttof c §^P«iJt , "" ifc"'* 1 " "" -t-«t- V! ^ww*' 5'•,•"• *H \ .

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