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Hope, Arkansas
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ANP ABOUT A MILE SMITH / YOU TWIN' TO -< ANP A HALF OF CO-OOL/ LIQUIP MAKE ME LOCK AWAY WITH WHV DON'T y GOOD IDEA! \ v' PUT y Hf/Li- CHA.SE BOL.IVAR OUTSIDE? OHL-IM AvPRAID THAT S11RPCV CATT'Ll- TIP OVER OUR CAISTAGAIN T'NIGHT! - . "Look at that hat!—^nd^ith^qlljhe^food Itr tPliave biie vacmur;y: iiv;a" bcaiaiCurfapartnient liniu /o7,™-Mc^e tnnt" ik Uiat is. itsjou^lik^ ''••• ^/wiOT«.fiw,. ««/., •>•' COrtl. \t*t BY NEA SERVICEi.'ilNe, T. Freckles and His Friends By Blosser Hershbergcr I IRIS 6K SERIOUS, MR. SMITH, AMD GET DOWN Tb CASES / ^™.I^.Py-.-L A M MR, KING 15 ^OU/ I WANT YOU KEEP IF i-f RO^ER PUBLIC NOTICE/ 3OOO NEW BOOKS JUST ARRIVED at Me PREE LIBRARY ALSO,I WANT YOU TO UNJDERSrAND -jE DIFFERENCE-BETWEEN A PAYIN© CUSTOMER AND AM EMPLOYEE/ ANYTHING YOH.' YOU'RE\ / THAT STOME, not/ YTHIRTY-SEVEN iw ALL , gu-'X/VsoBABiY NOT, '.•&&"' "' S f i\jLit. S R " YOU 7 ^.°. U .T. W_ E , ? _< .SAID AF8A,D HE'LLXUG AIN'T lueAiu vi/= LJAV^. -- / "= WVJ ' Tier i SAID I AF«A1D HE'LL/LUG AIN'T ^rAMD=D B ^ E Tf / VOU-WBRE/ WAT < MAKE WITH/PART'CUUAR t C u A ^ E ,5.^.^. TO H MUG WITH TH'BLACK\ ROMANCE,/ WHO HE' ( MANY CARTRIDGES ) ' I DOUBT ALL OP THEM / BUT ! DON'T THINK \ DO '.VE HAVE / TOGETHER WOULD HAVH I'LL NHSD MORE BSTWEENUST^-f MUCH EFFECT ON ANY X THAN ONE TO STOP THE TWENTIETH ' CENTURY? '3 MAS MAOr k EH ? /3RA&9-- NOW SPECIMEN OF MOOVIAN LIFE I'VE SEEN HEREABOUTS/ ,, ^ ANY SPECIMEN i WANT TO DISCOURAGE .' MOO NO PLA'Cs f 05 YOU / I ^p^^JP ; gat ine^nickens^ t^getTvyhat. we^a^l in the if| ^lioM^i(fef" : ,;.: : v.-. '•',-'^'J i -':\-•••''- .•'•> •-••*••••-.'' . • Thimbe Theater AHOV, vvwpy/.yA ' : AEE ALL ?A$OARD—-WIMPY, OSCAR SWEE'PEA ARE —- 'f ALONQ By J, R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople YUM/ 5MELL5 LIKE LET'S - I'M GOWWA SCOUR THESE WAIT/- FIUD OUT WHAT IT IS- I'M 5TARVEP/ WOOD5, AND WHEW 1 FIND tjl SMFF ' : '%2*%1 THE WITCH WHO SHRUUK jf SNIFF- WHAT'S 'IVAT WONDERFUL H 31 *?—,*— ODOI? ? oro w& SUSPECT THE SWEEPSTAKES tomorrow Midnight/ AWD MAr X AI^T KO MKTURAU B6AR EWOUGH \ SHAKESVEARE WHEM YOU 6ASHEO SAWCJ AND HOW ,MUCH BRICKLAYINJ', ; TILL I'M A ~ " J -'--" < CONSULTANT BEAR LAST MK=HT AMD FEROCIOUS W OUR BREAt) I»«»«OLTKP WITH OKJ AUTOMOBILE eRICKL-AVIW'/ / WASHIM 1 AM 1 6TRUCK A WE^ CHORD jfx-ussrtj IF Kif If vou ousi-n AhP KEPT 1 THE' SECR'ET.- 'j'Rl'EA'OT TO PAT HIS-' CLASSIFIED to 20 ,. to 26 .. to 30 .. to 30 .. to 40 .. to 45 ., to 60 .. Kates Insertions O'liy All Want Ads Cash in Advance Not Taken Over the Phone 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.60 1.SO 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 U. 3.00 3.60 4.00 4.80 5,00 e.,. 7.§0 ,9.0C JO.GO 12.00 13.60 16.00 For Sole BABY CH1CJKS, IP WE, DON'T l^e. them we will order them for. you. Feeders Supply Co. , 17-lm CORN, CORN CHOPS, WHEAT, -, plentv growing and . Feeders Suppfy Co. .• '••.- 17-lm MY HOME AND 30-'ACRES OF j/and. On road between Evonlng STiade and Spring Hill, o miles out on highway 29. Mr. Thomas S. Font - 3-Ot JOHN DEERE TRACTOR, MOD- el H and equipment. W. E. Rear- don'c/o-Ola Lloyd, DeAnn high- 5-Ot 90 ACRES, 80 ACRES IN HICK- ory Creek bottom, 10 near McCaskill, running water, good growth of; young, timber, 3'/. miles north of. McCaskill. See or Edgar Keaton, ' McCaskill,' • BABY BUGGY WITH "PAD, CAN be seen at 219 South Laurel St. .. :_ '.•'- o-3t NEW HOME,: 5 .ROOMS .AND bath. Built in garage, hardwood floors, all built-iris,' modern throughout. ...Owner .leaving ..town. Sell for cost. Phone 113-J., 6-31 1942 INTERNATIONAL, CAB-OVER truck, ne\v motor, with'• a 24 fool ,,Fruchatif trailer. -New?tires on ? ."both. M. R. Bledsbe,:!Box 188 Nashville, Ark. Phone, Id.-; 0-3t ROUGH LUMBER, 0;,lVIIIjES EAST oT Hope on Highway^j'Phone 450. C, B. Waddle. '^-g^ : . 6-Ot 1910 FORD CONVERTIBLE coupe, with, radio and heater Motor, in. A-l condition. Good tires. See R.- N.' Putman, 815 South Main St. or phone 404-W after 0 p.m. ...... a-Gt . honh of; McCaskifl on highway 24, Parth equlpmeht and live•&S& Vf 0 * 01 )*, Poetically new. 'Paif mules, p enter, 2 breaking plows/ l,740oth scratchier, cross SHL "A*! fei'ch. fork, fertilizer, cultivator, John Deere Go Devil h XS ' c h°ng axes. 7.3? other ems. Help Wanted TWO WAITRESSES. MUST HAVE experleiice,"phone 973 or gee Hugo Elklris at Hlllafd's Caf^ ..'•;':•:: "/•'- : --- . •-••:.•• •.; /s-ot Mortrest Rcnovoting FOR^THfc BEST IN GUARAN- teed Work call Cobb's Malttrefc Gor »t W2 W. 4tll. We ,call for and deliver. Phone 229-J. 2Mm Lost MAN'S;BROWN BILLFOLD CON- talnlne $55, identification papers and pictures. Lost Sunday afternoon on; Little rlyer, close lo Allen's. Ferry, i Reward.! for- relurn iS R -N-iPulman, 815 South Main St., Hope, or to' the; Hope Star Office. ; '< , , g . ot BROWN BILLFOLD, SATURDAY near ^Mqore Bros. Market. Ration-book. Return to Mrs.'L' 'C ^Martin • Or. Hope Star. •> '5.31 i Strayed or Stolen SABLE;.-AND -WHITE FEMALE Collie pub, 7& months old. Left Monday from East 13th St. Reward, for jinformation and return. .Phone 440. '•" 2-6 HOH ST A»,.J<P><S, AKKAMIAI 93 AdftB PAfcM, 2V4 MtLES PROM City lifplts, one dwelling, one Aenant house, two large bai-ns, All fenced nnd cross fehced, else* Molly. A bargain. Floyd Porterfield. i 88 ACRES, ONE DWELLING, ONE tehant house, 25 acres Creek bot> totfi, balance good ufo land, onp mil* rg«i City iirtiiu. 1 A rea bar..gain, Ployd Pofterfield, NfCE SIX ROOM HOUSE, 414 M. Hcfvey. Can give possession, PJoyd Porterfleld. 7.31 FOSTER-ELLIS TWO PtVE-ROOM J!6tlSE9 ON West 13th street, take -both $61500. Or will sell separately. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FOS- ter Avenue, newly papered, floors reflnished, price reduced for quick sale. Can be bought on Ql.lpati.. ; „ FIVE-RObM:. HOUSE ON EAST 15th. : House less than year.old hardwood floors, floor furnace, modern throughout.-Owner'leav- ing town. , FIVE-ROOM'.. HOUSE ON SOUTH Walker, newly painted, landscaped,-modern throughdui. SEVEN-ROOM; HOUSE ^ON EAST Division, reduced. good, condition, price Wanted to Rent THREE OR FOUR ROOM UNFUR nished apartmenl or furnished or unfurnished House. Permanent 5SS idenc e.. References. Phone •.PP7- i*,. •••••• : '•-," -8-3 Notice PLAIN AND FANCY SEWING Reasonable prices. Mrs, Esther MeLain, 224 North Hamillon, Phone 1108-W. 6-6t Arkansas Approved BUTANE GAS SYSTEMS and APPLIANCES We can guarantee immediate delivery high class Butane Range with each system installed by us. W. S. Chance Company Texarkana, Texas 1729 New Boston Road Phone 231 Real Estate for Sale oT «P USE FOUR LOTS 602 Norlh Hervey. Recenlly dec • orated on inside. $4,750. Flovd Porterfield. :• 5 : c BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY ESTATE half mile from cily limils, 18( acres, well improved, Fine seven room brick. 2 story. 2 balhs hardwood floors, venelum blinds floor furnace, large allic fan ihree brooder houses, large pond. Ten -. acre pecan orchard Waler, -lighls, Nalural gas, five tenant houses, large green house A lovely place to live. If inler esled see Floyd Porterfield. 6-3i • ypUR CREDIT IS 6bbD* '• ; " ' Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices^Old beds made new and new beds made too — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere One day. service in town — '. . ' , Bargain! In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Howl "Complete service.for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Dally 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner PIANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like new • Sounds like new • New guarantee . If you are interested in buying a piano call or write One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO. r,. „ "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co," 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkona, U. S. A. WARNING.... All Dogs not Licensed and Vaccinated against Rabies will be Destroyed When Found Running at Large, Hope Police Department DUPLEX APARTMENT, 'THREE rooms plus bath on'.ehch side. rcn yrtB'.for $80.per month, gooci condition. Paying 13' percent interest on cost. ..'.'• APPROVED ;FOR GI.LOAN THIS 10-room duplex aparlmcnl on pavement three blocks from town r°u ? al ? be bought .for $2,000 Cash, balance in five .years. , SIX-ROOM HOUSES AT FIFTH 1 dnd Greening, 75x150 lot, :$4j250. Owner leaving town.. LXvf;. '• FOUR-ROOM' HOUSE ON FULTON' street, newly,painted, IdOxlfiOi-lot. Price 'slashed for quick'sale.'j, SEVERAL 'NICE ' RESIDENTIAL lots,' two'.on South Main, ' .one 85x160 on North .Washington; others in various parts of, town. SEVERAL COLORED HOUSES in Belts Quarters. ; Now vacant. Large lot. Going fast. NOTE TO VETERANS: your application with for purchase of homes in Hope We handle entire procedure. SEE CHARLEY BAKER the farms listed below: FILE us now FOR THE McIVER FARM BETWEEN new Highway 07 and old Highway 67 west of Hope. 600 acres of rich bottom land and upland. Two good five room houses. Three good tenant houses. Six barns. 200 acres in cultivation. 150 acres In merchantlble timber and growing young timber. Remainder in pasture and meadow. Two over flowing wells. Fine water Three other deep wells. All fenced with barbwire and partly fenced with net wire. Dipping vat lor c-allle. And many other improvements loo numerous to mention. A fine cottori• and slock larm that needs a first class farmer. ONE MILE SOUTHWEST OF THE i .,. new Barhsdall Oil tesl -well' near - aodcaw in Nevada County I have two hundred acres with a part of the minerals included and all under oil and gas lease. Worth Ihe Money. Buy mighl gel rich. JUST SOUTH OF HOPE ON THE Palmos road ah excellent loca lion for a nice country home on 140 acres of land. There is elec tncity and gas available and the road is .to be blacktopped. The larm will more than pay for il —" 100 acres in cullivalion and pasture. Pricec »• • iV • Fair p Enough ly Weitbrook Peglcr _ .„ CopyMoht, 1946 ' ' •y King Feature* Syndicate., New York, Aug. 7 —Ropresenta' live John T, Coffee Of Washing ton, who took $2,500 from a war contractor for swinging a jbb fdr him, has been conspicuous 'for years'as one of those noisy mdunl- ebanks who bowled their Selfless devotion to the common man and th6lr. furious nnd corrupt ; ex' plotters of the drolling masses. Franklin- D. RooseVelt; since' his death, has been exposed 'beyond challenge as the greediest, Stingiest: and most hypocritical ot-th'em all and no member of his; family nor his political following ,• has dared deny the uncontrovertlble proofs of his'iivarlce in exploiting the presidentiali office- to :bllk: his son's creditors and his mcartrie'sSfitt bis dealings, with workers ed at hls ; estate. The revelations of the li are so/ depressing ' Americans who 'Opposed would drop the subject i— f ..,„..., the presentation of furtherUHM'a'ils of the disgusting 'scramule'tfoi' graft that went on during the,, new deal, lest the people lose ydovifid- ence in popular government.''"; To take that course, however.,' WStild to protect fakers who in aclioh and lo fail iri' the'Jauties which are assumed by-a'frcj^aji' ' self. Fine water to sell, AND A LARGE NUMBER OF other farms of all kinds of land in various parts of the •'county .Don t buy unlil you see them ' '..-,. 7-31 The Standings Southern Club Atlanla Association W. 74 Cha'nooga 64 Memphis 64 Nashville 60 N. Orleans 59 Mobile 55 B'mingham 51 L. Rock ,.. 42 American League Club W Boston i'.,. 73 New York 59 Delroil 53 Wash'ton 53 Cleveland 49 St. Louis 46 Chicago 45 Phila'phia 30 National League Club w Brooklyn 62 St, Louis 60 Chicago 53 Boston- 49 Cincinnati '.'.' 48 New York 47 Phila'phia 42 Pitlsburgh 38 LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. FOR—Local Flights and CHARTERED FLIGHTS also-. Flight Instructions APPLY AT THE HOPE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT in compensation ifoir Us priWJe'ges Soi even 'if the Dempcralsls|ifipuld sep control jot' :.congress • tli ' ^ ' and ;manipulate the official gatfon so as to spare- all 'tKW;•-n tew of their wretched .„_,. "expendables,-" such-as Cofffefand Andrew May, .initiative ret>6rtirtg in the papers will continue ro*heap up material for historians.(^ K . Thus, when the story of the*Nt!W Deal comes to be written Americans may know what;*fjfikers imposed on the faith and fejjrs. of ;heir ancestors. Coffee, with a reputation for brutality in the abuse of all'who disagreed with his evil -gang,,.has whined and resorted to IheVrno'st -ransparent explanations ot.-.-. the' $2,500 check from Eivind "A'rider- son, the Tacoma contractor, in payment for his help In ."getting Anderson a contract to build a tospital for $1,000,000. Me ^,-loved .hat chimerical political monstros- ty, the common man, so'fondly, that lie dickered for a kick-backi on a project to accommodafeinien! wounded in a war for . "D.emoc- acy." -—'.I. 1 , The sequence of events has been established beyond even Coffee's- own power t o deny. Anderson 1 asked Coffee to help him get the" contract and Coffee did and Anderson got it'and his bid included: the $2,500 for Coffee in the" guise of Washington representation, so that the common .man, through lis income taxes, eventually supplied the money for Coffee. Anderson sent his check to Coffee's secretary and Coffe.e got the money and\banked it to his own' account. N.OAV. ;he says the $2,500 was a campaign contribution, 'and :rom 'a Republican who was a politician as well as a contractor, nind you, although there Was no now and you campaign running at the time,;.but; he admits that he failed to .report it as a campaign contribution. And, in a final, desperate eff.ort to clear himself, Coffee reve41s"'his contempt for the common 'man's intelligence, with his explanation, that he owed himself $3,000. Jfrom his 1938 campaign and appli.£<J''"the $2,500 to reduce his own d'e'bt" to himself. Nor did he even.pay income tax on the rake off, holding it to be a tax-exempt gift. :. -,.; So what is this Coffee's political. record as a constant fighter for the non-existent All-American slob and one of the most savagely righteous enemies of corrupt exploiters? The late Dies' committee sootted Coffee early in its ramifications in the Roosevelt government and the new deal follow found .Coffee naturally was one of thosb"..,who tried to disband it and put 'a'stop to the compilation on a permanent and detailed record involving himself. . - .. • ,,, Coffee was a sponsor of American youth foundation of -which the Dies Committee reporteid, that this was a new name for;. the young communist league whoso old name ' had become a political handicap. He sponsored a lunch in Washington given by.>the conference for constitutional liberties, which was described by Francis Biddle, when he was attorney general, as "part of ' what''Lenin called the solar system on organi zations, ostensibly having no con- called the solar sh tm on organizations, ostensibly having np con nection with the communisU : party by which Communists attempt to create sympathizers and supporters who were told never affiliate tnemselves openly with the party." Coffee was sponsor of a celebra- .ion of the 7bth anniversary^ of Mother Bloor, whom the report dentifies as "one of the'-'most notorious leaders of the Communist p-arty in the United Stales :or many years," adding, that to "do her honor was to honb'r••the only cause she represents.' s 1 .-,-., Uarelully, accurately, always with documentary proof or credi- )le testimony, the Dies Committee .raced the reptilian course of.the Communist treachery in hundreds of organizations, many of them ictitious and many duplicates of others and in its report it in- ormed Congress that John M. Coffee, of Washington, had been dentified with more than twenty of them. f Coffee's $2,500 touch is contcmp- ible in amount by comparison with the wads of money tfnjt the jresidenl squeezed out of his office n philatelic treasures and his get- -ich-quick Wallingford swindling ohn Hartford and David G.'Baird or the benefit of his son Elliott. I is petty compared to the ,rake- noff grabbed by other members of he household for lectures, radio programs and ghosted trash for nagazines, but its significance is he same both in ethics and in its evelation of the character of a vhole gang of professional blcccl- n^-hearts who had the towering effrontery to smear and abuse heir betters throughout the great :arnival of cynicism and greed •onducted in the mocking guise of 'liberalism" and "reform." Mary Pickford's real maiden iamg was Gladys Mary Smith;' Tschaikowsky was 'a lawyer be,ore he took up music seriously. L 44 51 56 57 60 60 66 74 L 31 43 44 51 55 67 59 72 L 40 41 46 50 51 . 55 56 60 Pet. .627 ',557 .533 .513 .492 .478 .436 .362 Pet. .702 .578 .569. .505 .471 .447 .433 .294 Pet. .608 .594 .535 .495 .485 .461 .429 .388 GARN5VAL By Dick Turner COPR. 19<3 BY HEA SRlVICEi IMC. T. M. REO. U.S. PAT. OFF. "Well, well, Milo Pqi)^irler,!'What' brings YOU around lliis part o£ town?", ' Houston, Tex , Aug. 7 — Mickey Owen, fed Up'with "a broken contract, bad playing cond'lions and Mexican food," letuined today from foui months with the Mexican League. He is on his way to Cincinnati .o jtry to straighten •••out his 1 'status in organized baseball with Commis- 3ioner Chandlci lip says he hits not .alkcd to Chandlei or to his old boss, Branch Rickey. "The way I figure it I never jolted American baseball because I was nevei icinstated after I left the navy," he said ,'' The y broke my contiacl three different ways," Owen said. "They signed me to manage' and catch foi the.'Torreon club. But look what lappened Fust of all, they didn't el me be manager Then they .ransferred me to the Vera Ciu? club. I 'Signed foi the Tori eon outfit and I wanted to play with Toi- •Qon. Finally they put me on fn-sl )ase. I never playud first' base be ; fore." When asked \vhal he did with a r i!2,500 bonus he received for sign- ng up, Owen said "I have it" Critical of Parks Owen described the condition of he playing fields this way: "The first time I saw the Nuevo Laredo park, I had a feeling I'd seen it somewheie befoie Do you ever have nightmaies'' Well, when have bad diearns I dieam about slaying ball in places like that That is why it looked so familial The grounds were often so nuddy or over-grown that anv Maor League team in the United Ma.les could cancel a game rather than,play on them Almosl eveiy game somebody limped off tho field. The altitude 8,000 feet at Mexico City, mms pitchcis ,too " 'I like the jnen I played with " Owen slaled "There aic some prel- ty good boys on those teams Several would-make good prospects for the minors and might go higher Most of them are imported from .?' , p «erto .Rico or farther south." Mrs. Owen said living conditions had been far fiom ideal foi hei. I <5{ Arkansas Sportettes *• i " , "• By CARC^BELL Associated Press Sports Writer The right fist with which Ragan Kmnoy has earned more than a little pocket change is costing the Arkansas heavyweight plenty of dough these days Kinney knocked loose a cartilage on the hand in his scrap with Tony Musto early last month and rehurt at a week later in his fight with Chjng Johnson Now the Hartmah hammeier's doctor has advised him to stay out of the ling at least 60 more days in order to allow the injury lo heal -properly. "It's costing me money but there's nothing I can do about il," Ragon moaned yesterday as he displayed a knot aboul Ihe size of a pecan on Ihe back of his right hand I've tinned down more than half a dozen offers to fipht and they're gelling belter all Ihe lime " Kagon disclosed lhat he had'ie- ceived a feeler as lo whether he would consider thi owing punches in Ihe secondary featuie on the Joe Louis-Tami Mauriello fight program in September. Recognizing tnis as his "big chance", Ihe 28-year-old Harlman heavy gunned- "Nairn-ally I'll consider such an offer if my hand is okay " The undefeated pio puncher, listed by Ring magazine as the "prospect of the month," is in Hoi Springs loday looking over some bul she didn'l say anylhmg aboul il "unlil Mickev, broke down and said he didn'l like il eilher ' ' y;"' 11 ! J " 1 i '?' *r* ."' ,V,.,'. .W& Two Games Are s Softball Card SptsfTwo games . ... A practice game designed to ral8<S funds with which to send the tournament team to the stale soflball playoff netted little money out plenty of scores with the all- Stan aggregation losing 23-5 Despite the hurling and catching of Feigitson and White, tourney team slaiters, the all-stars made too m&ny errors to give out much competition. Tonrghl will wind Up this Week's regular league play with Wylie and Stewart's meeting at 7:30 and Hefnei-Nash taking on the Hope Light at 9 o'clock. \, Spa fighters for his promoter- brother, Bitrlcigh Kinney, and visiting an old friend, former middle* weight champ Tommy Freeman. Kinney said he also would have a Hot Springs physician look'at his hand and piobataly would take some hot water baths during the Week, tlniversily of Arkansas' grid master John BarnhiH has been booming a 25,00ff-sea'l stadium for Little Rock to "hold" the crowds at the Ra7oi backs' games there. We wonder if Barney shouldn't lake time out to think a Jitlle about the ball field in his backyard at Fay- etleville RaZorback stadium's capacity now is 12,500. With 100 ducats going out each day to members of the Razorbacluclub alone, public sales to begin next montti and more than 4,000 seats to be re- sowvpd for students, the present stands may be unable to fill the fc 11 J!" s fal1 • • The capacity of the Fayetteville stadium, however can be increased without too much difficulty by closing the open end of the horseshoe bowl Another seating problem is proving a headache to Oklahoma A and M. officials They said they can t possibly seat everybody who wants to see Clyde Scot and ,Au- biey Fowler pit their speed and skill againsj; Bob Fcmmore when the Razoi backs visit the Aggies stomping grounds at Slillwatei Sept 28 ... That game "shape::, up as one of the season's classics and from Ihis distance t it would seem that Arkansas' best chance of winning would be to score more than 19 points The Razorback-Aggie rivalry was revived in 1943 the Cowpokes winning, 19-12 S S n.Ji ll \, The o gs won a e Qln ' , at Oklahoma City in '44 and vifle fastball Fans of a certain city whose Jun i°r team was a disappointment in the Arkansas Amencan Legion baseball tournament at Little Rock last weekend might be interested to know their boys, didn't exactly follow a model training routine while in the capital city —which paitly accounted for their poor showing . . . District Softball tourneys gel under way this week Announcement *, The Star is authorized &, 55 ft 2HT ee the following a* 5 candidates subject io th* , action of the Demoerdtf* „. {>Mmary elections this Sum* 4 Circuit Judge LYLE BROWN DEXTER BUSH Hempsteod County *•* For County Clerk ROBERT C. For County MRS. ISABEL! McCORKLE SWELL A. BURKE ' I~ For County Judge j FRED A, LUCK FRANK RIDER For Representative Post 1 •• GLEN WALKER ARTHUR C. ANDERSON For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEILD, JR. Nevada County >or Sheriff and Collee .' OTIS LANGSTON ADMIRAL• RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination » Bob Elmore Auto SUE / NOTICE , f ^ Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind 'Cof ; 1123 County Ave. Tcxarkana, Arkansas WE • CLEAN 'EM • REPAIR 'EM • PAINT 'EM • ADJUST 'EM - • RE-CORD l ) • RE-TAPE Manufacturers of New" Custom-^ Made Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING, *$ sjj" "' i*U»ji FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Smart • ANDERSON BROS. • BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 2S9 > Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVBCE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. .Main Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs • Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R COMPLETE LINE PF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 • Hope, Ark, Doug /"'I "TV Bacon VI I f Jones ELECTRIC CO, — for *, House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 r Night Phone ) 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark. * •** •%/* ^ ^ - v ci w DIVIDENDS i* •»/= ^* on your fire-insurahcel^ We cait a'ive"you completft ^ protection, and save you at a* least 20% on your insurance "^ * cos-t. Your life insuranoe^r^ pays dividends, why notv^* your fire insurance? ' ,1.'^, if » MUTUALJINSURANCE AGENCY^ j| Non-Assessable Legal Reserveti s 108'East 3nd - Phone'221'~"'~t? It's Plenty COOL PINE AT PINE GARDENS Half Mile East of Hope GOOD FOOD STEAKS • CHICKEN Every THURSDAY Night Dance to Music of ' HUGH BERRY and his Soufrhernaires Closed—Sunday Monday Tuesday is Ladies Night Lqdjes Admitted Free Time to Pack Away t v Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver Put them in .'•:''.• • - jji Moth Proof Bags • Plenty :!of Parking Space Cleaners HALL'S Hatters HUGH B. HALL; Owner ' 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76 ' i ,Tf'* (ASH---.in 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on yogr cqr, or qlmost thing of value. We'll lend you all you need if *9 possibly cgn, regardless of where you lire, The mure' you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets ypg the cash. * f A?k'for Mr. M^Urty, ot Hppe

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