Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 5, 1932 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, February 5, 1932
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on this E ir; m»sfct\ , ' S..iM^&£^ WAR ADS , SOc >\<l»'inwraonst St yxe line, k ""^,,'ffl^te.uta ftOO • ' iSH words to the line) *te^telephone may'be 'the understanding _^ j«m ftres^n- It, the, day ot tot »hone768 ! H«l4lr.i l^rfrf 1W*' *Ann and M**. Viv- M Tuesday . • , ; Heftty WBfWK *$»ht Sunday 'af tef- n«5h With «fii«ASin» and family. H. L. SlMeft t»fti Suppe? ,g\Ks»t of Saw Atkins T?u,*sd6y night of last Washington Rt 1 is wefcotne . orie with ft M*V and Mrtt. J. C. At* Sufiday Jafttriiry $1, a son, moth* and, baby are doing fine. . «kf Mr* T, A. Foster of Hope ' btather, Eddie Sutton, and Mri. Mattie jStenlbre*, Hessie Beard-. en irtd Settle Atkltts and Mrs. W. J. Hartsfield and, Mr* Churchwell Went to the uitqting at Mr* Salisbury's Saturday afternoon, all had "a jolly gotfdtime. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson spent Saturday night and Sunday 1 with her parents, A. P f Clark at this Jplace. There was a party at the 1 home of Will Bain Saturday night, with a large Crowd, everybody reported a fine time. •.Allle Oglan, Nell Weams and Annie Bell Meejes spent Sunday with Curley Lost Prairie i. H, Atktns purekased him a new ear Thursday. Mr* Jim RAtellft and children Thursday with 'Mrs. Loh El j Miss Afinnie Elllnteurg spent day. night with Mfi&Mildred Swanger. Mr. and M>s. Void Wormlngton spent ft while Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Vickers. Mrs. Jennie Wormlftgton of this place' Is visiting her son and daughter, of near Washington. Mrs. Slffldn McCurry spent Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. J. H. Atkins. Mrs. Willie Ellinburg and daughter, Minnie. Mrs. Annie Vickers and daughter* Mrs, Stella Wlrmlngton spent Saturday afternoon 'with Mrs. E. E. West of here. rknnft, h«V» mftvW IfttO tl y toft®* they wi uf* B«HJ*. Mrs. Berth* M<jKft«il* aiftf Uteti spnt toofitte? *nd iighf With theft" brblhw, I n«af Hfnten. t ••• • Mrs.' Robbie Horston and lltfe' gtlrl Helen,* stxmt MAtoWy wltft . ttflgh Smith 4Bd family, > Sid Le>is and children, Ouftha, spent Monday night Mrs. A. C. Bills. audu Oowfi* spent w night aftd Thursday with §ylvln Helta. T. J. B«be« and C. C.'f9 business' trip to Buckncr. Miss Odetl McMillan Nichols, sfeent Wednesday Wttn Mai-ie Jbwrts. Mrs. John StWaft and children gjent Tuesday nifthtr Wednesday and>wed» nesday night with Mrs. Clinton. filils, Vernls Brown of falcon spent Wed- ifisday night With Parrls tails, ? Mr. and Mrs.- Hugh Smith sjjent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .Hoover Cassady. Phone 380 The Electric Number BACON ELECTRIC ' COMPANY SALE u, uua vicinity fr'PiJintf an'rf would be rup steall balance which ,J is unable to continue f (imusual - ; circumstances. ;• terms. 1 Piano-is in fine "Iffirite, or wife'at we send truck i Co. f 1005 East 4-3tc „ i>w ..^-*furnished e'Street. Excellent tfodern, : '. convenient, fey; Phone 1638-4v . Sto couple, extra " liath. 413 South - -2-3tp aparlment, rvu« »«v.»», eonnectihg bath. S*enJBr|ince. Mrs. R. M. Jones, ith^Shover. TNOTICE WCE*1 Men's s«4st, cleaned and delivered SOc, 'Cash and car- i ily finish laundry service 1 Steam Laundry. Tele- v i • 26-6tc Fibre tool kit. Return a Bell Telephone Co., ' 3-Stp 8 WAITED Nationally ^r seeking man, 30 to 55 -^fo* n«nnanent employ- ;flocalbr. H»4-w»k offering ex- opportunity for ordinary aje. Business experience references. Write J. H. Allen Donaghey Bldg., Little ' Rock, 2-6tp. NOTICE PBPSO-GINOER WILL or your druwdst your money. Confining indoor lul work with hands that does f include plenty of ft* the body, olten results in the bad f§elinf and un- signs of bowel wove- W, S. Sonant, a iaddler and harnesa i» Somerset, says; W I nad to something lor eostiveness, as I would get m t|?ed, or have a dull 'feeling. After I heard of mack' Draught and began taking it I avoided thla trouble. I tajte it in doses and it aatiafaetory." »«»•* BLACK- DRAUGHT B*g ?*rdon^TK«r«/Wa» a'TypograpKical Error Ye»t*rday in the Price of CREST Moslem Full-Fashioned! Pure Silk! *4 Chiffon and Semite '^Permanent Dull FinishT| Very few $1.95 Hose have all the features 'of' "Golden Crest." Fashionably sheer, permanently dull PURE SILK hose— i -with curved French f heel,'genuine cra- ' die, sole; .reinforced '' toes and neels, and picot tops. Comes in 3 lengths! Closing Out Price Arllia gills spent friday with ter aunt, Mrs. Joe Anna CftWnbn^of Bodcaw. r » The party given at the home of Clinton Ellis' Wednesday night was well attended and enjoyed by all. , i John Downs and N. J. Cassady* made a business trip to Hope Friday. Explains. Mystery TORONTO.— Prof. John of the University of Toronto, the following explanation of trlclty will flow along a wire: an electron enters a wire it changes into an atom, drives out one of its electrons, and takes the tatter's pjac6. Then expelled electron jostles another aonv in the same way, with the result that when one electron enters a wire, one electron, but not the same one, comes out at the other end'. Clear, isn't it? tOAOS MtKATtD Alt tttt «OM COWMIWK3N -MOMS AND SAft tOt rniSiwL « 5/cro AWrt iccxi woww uro*t wwa IAOC *OADI -•on curt AS mt UNUSUALLY HMW »AWJ HAVC noooco MANY »OADJ. ifcwo. __^__ * HUTO fUVACCO lOAtH THUI: "•—^ 'iTio'«h"nooo W7ttlff ON CMWlfO IOW WOWLfHW: iiiiuiiiin, ,«MSHD HOOO KfOW ON WVAn SHOWN THUJ-.SR x^v QD* ® IN wo i ItMWAYi THUS: ~..S=1... AMMGf IHAiof^^f^O W» will o* ouf teafihem , ' » one of our teaohm, Notts GofieW; . ' • Eddie Hart of Rodky M6u Wedn««day night with J. f . and fatrtlly. » Mr. a'nd Mrs. Henry Martin nfe, proud parents of a daughter, Wednetday. ' Gartand Fot? of day with his paronU I»tr. and George Pore. Mr». Nona Cofleld visited her _ Mrs. Henry M«rtin Thursday nl H, B. Almand and family, J< x, zard and son, Powell, motored to . -, colt Sunday and heard an Interestifi sermon by Rev.-W. M. Webb of T«i argana at the Central Baptist churel A. J. Purtle and family visited h 1 daughter, Mrs. Blakfcley of T)ltoma vtlle Sunday and attended church Prescott Sunday morning and night John Moore and son and his Wif were guests of Jird Fore and Wlfl Saturday nlghl and Sunday. Olin Bennett of Shnmrock, Texa arrived here last week and -Is goir to stay ond make a crop with h aunt and uncle, Mr. ond Mrs. Georfl Fore. , Dr. C. F. Nelms was colled to J. Hazzard's Saturday to little Norn Jean, who wa real sick, but Is mud better at this writing. I The juniors will present a play j can't be done" at the Central schw auditorium Friday night, February 5t Our regulnr P. T. A. meeting w be held at the school house FridJ evening. 1 Miss Duke spent the week end wi| home folks in Prescott. His Mistake MIAMI. Fla.—Policc arrested Mitcfl ell Solitaire. 50, for vagrancy. Aft they took him to jail, he was free He walked out of jail, but appeared In a short lime to clnim an a\itomobll<f But he didn't walk out so soon agai During the interval police had lear cd he was wanted in New York face charges of embezzling 53800. oosey leop lelik e MONTGOMERY WARD & TASTE SPOTLIGHTS QUALITY FOODS—PRICES DOWN! Oranges California 'Red Ball Nice Size—Dozen 15c Best Full Cream Pound 15c Pork-Beans Campbell's Regular Size Two Cans Cherries Paragon Red Pitted. For :hat cherry pie. No. 2 can Pineapple Holly Brand, No. 2 can. Sliced or Crushed 12jc Rice „ .. Whole Grain Three Pounds We Flour High Patent. i 24 lb. sack 45c—48 Ib. sack 85c POTTED Meat LIBBV'S—The Best Six Cans 19c I T'S just what you'd expect. People who enjoy the good things of life...are constantly looking for something belter to eat and drink... and smoke. Something that's out of the ordinary. In cigarettes this better taste can come only from finer ingredients. Chesterfields arc more satisfying to the cultivated palate... because there's never any attempt to skimp on Turkish leaf. ' These more expensive... more richly flavored Turkish tobaccos are added with a generous hand...and 'choosey* people... everywhere... like the result. In fact Chesterfield's new way of min- gling tobacco flavors and aromas is really equivalent to creating an entirely new land of tobacco . .. one that combines the best qualities of Turkish and fine Domestic, leaf. Perhaps you've noticed that the paper'in Chesterfields is whiter...pnrer. Thousands of dollars were spent on research to perfect this paper. It burns without any tagtc or odor of its own. A detail, of course. But it adds immeasurably to your enjoyment. Smoke Chesterfields whenever you like... They're mild and pure. They'll never tire you as an over-sweetened cigarette might easily do. Day in... day out,.. Chesterfields taste right. Light' up and see for yourself. They satisfy! • Lislmi in... Hear the niir.slrrlinld liudio 1'rograiii. ISal Sliilkrnt'x lirilliant orcliculni u'nd Alex Cray, popular baritone. Kvcry niglit, except Sunday . . . Columbia Uroadcauliiig Syotciu . . . 10:30 £, S. T. Rosins Desert Brand. Seedless—Lb. We PICNIC Hams Circle S—Swifts Premium Cure. 5 lb. average—Lb. S0c Coffee Peaberry Blfnd — Good Quality—Lb. We—7 Lbs. 98c R. L Patterson's Free Dellvsry MUOiR ;<• ^ THSY'RI PMRI • THiY TA8TI IITfIR *//£$& "H; sii^ ' "» i^ i^-j!»»iMfei*"^ i -~* i -~~

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