i — ----- ^«*.* 'Su'^ on ' rt J" a ! ce me>tel1 » /«>> Mr. Burks. Can't I ?*<*'. **" fem 7 d(m * '*>ce 1/oit around, anivhere ?" . " Henr\ Chapel Mrs. Carol Turner and children spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Jim Cumbie arid family. , l, .Joe Taulbee spent, Saturday and ... Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl findh- i> .61'. ' ; ..'• '•' : ;' • ••-, i - Mrs. Sanders of Suttdh spent Thun, day with her daughter Mrs. Arjdy \ Jordon,' • 1 Faye Turner Is spending Uie w«ek )• with Pauline Simmons of Providence \ Mrs. Woodell of Hope is visiting h«r / niece Mrs. Jim Cumbie and family, I Dick Erwin passed through our com- 1 munity Sunday morning, ' i,' Several of the young people of this h place and Green 1/asater spent a while | Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Earl !' WARNING OKDER 1 In (he Hempstcad Chnacery Court i J - H. Haynes ...Plaintiff I vs. j Robert T. Svmftord, et al... Defendants | The defendants, Robert T. Swoffbrd ! and Lulu V. Swofford. his wife; arid I A. C. Cavender and Lillian L. Cavender, his wife;, are hereby warned to , »appear"in this" court '-within thlfty j days and answer the complaint of J. I H. Haynes, plaintiff herein. ; i Witness my hand and seal as cltrk fc of this court on this 9th day of F«b -i ruary, . T (Seal) WILtlE HARRIS, Clerk. Feb. 10-17-26-Mar. 2. Rent It! Find It! Buy It! Sell It! With HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, The quicker you cell. . 1 Insertion, lOc per minimum 30c 3 insertions, 7c per line* minimum SOc t Insertion*, fie per liiw, minimum $1.00 26 Insertions, 5c per line, minimum $4.00 (Average SMi words to the line) NOTE— Want advertisements accepted over the telephone may be charged with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, the day of first publication. Phone 768 LOST—Saturday night, small brpwn coin purse, containing over $13. Reward'. Phone 364. , 23-ltc FOR RENT | They'll Tackle I Matrimony The lineup for that match at Chi:ago on February 3 will be: Bride, fliss Rosemary Killen; Groom, Tommy Yarr. And here you see two ecent portraits of Notre Dame's 1931 ootball captain and the Chicago society girl whom he'll wed. Two rooms for rent cheap. Apply 1120 South.Main street. 22-3tp NOTICE GENERAL CONTRACTING - Free estimates on painting, paperhanging, all kinds of building. Phone 967J or 518W. Collins -fe Harrington. (13-30tc A LITTLE end your indigestion or your druggist will refund your money, 5-30t WANTED—Issues of February Uth Truckland 'Courier. We will pay J.O cents per copy. Hope Star. ft WANTED—Issues of February Uth Truckland Courier. We will pay 10 cents per copy. Hope Star. FOR SALE BIG HUSKY BLOOD TESTED CHICKS GUARANTEED to live and lay more eggs. Customers report 100% alive at four weeks. We elw do custom Hatching. S»tiefactt6n guaranteed. Braemar Hatch*ry 601 Dudley Ave., Texafkana, Ark- 2-17-tf. 1. "Murders in the Rue Morgue" will play at the Saenger THURSDAY and FRIDAY- WANTED—Settled strong whit* woman to do house work. Must be good cook with good health. Telephone 239-J. 22-3tp Anchor nncl played dominoes and checkers. Paruh Fincher and Nolen Lewallen vare callers to see Misses Faye and Alice Purtle of Rocky Mound last Wednesday night. Mrs, A. B. Turner and children spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Ethel Fincher. Pernice Cumbie and Faye Turner spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fincher. Little Clydellia Dobson has improved some since last writing. J. T. Turner visited in Rocky Mound community Sunday afternoon. Bernice Cumbie spent Monday after* noon with Louise Robertson. Nolen and Cornelia Lewallen spent Seturday night and Sunday withFaye and Jessie Pickard of Rocky Mound. Mr, and Mrs. Ruffe Fincher and son R. M. and Jim Cumbie spent Sunday afternoon with Mv. and Mrs, Earl Fincher. Mr. wid Mrs. Andy Jordon visited Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jordon visited Mr. and Mi's. Fox Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Perkins of Lewisville ispent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dobson. Glen Fiuqher spent Saturday with Mrs. Jim Cumbie and children. J. T. CmjiWe Jr., was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fincher Sunday. 4. Sundays picture at the Sanger is "DANCE TEAM" starring James Dunn and Sally filers. A headline says "U. S. to New J»p ?!«»." Well, turn about's fair play. V^Santff'dtfW* 1 O . oO* A^o Sv s FFRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS III if^^o I tfA*,&/K; ,, NweLL,<vc peei oeo it> SAM iY AT Sena, sawis 'MIL^S DISTANT,.,. IT WAS > TRAMP OP MAM/ MILES, BUf WS MAP A OOT A V/AYS oUB BOpfto FSUL AM' BROKE HIS. L6£...V»/£ MAP 1» SMp6T IT..., STOP? WAS TOO CARRy= A LOT OF WASH TUBBS S6£ fP H^CdOL.0 flay 1 /: A EfORRO' SOAAfi WHCRfr, A P*itewiM' CAMP 8V A ' ^ •SfpEAwu.60 c HE'D B£' BACK <SOLO WAS USPT Lidn Hunters! yllUP6\J6R HtS HOUWD SOOTS AND HER BUDDIES 1932 BY^NtA sERyiei:, nc. HM. u.«. MfTorf SALESMAN SAM How About It? /• ^ Any Old Time ! sft MiMUTe.nR. copl -'kAR G-UVt I WfxUMft eeta. H^MOIM Of "WE irtPucwso f _O 1032 »Y MM. Weuu, CfMj coppeR. e-iviM 1 PIMCH WAV MO 1 ft G THE NEWFANGLES (Moro'n Pop) A Big Order! COUP \ ..r V_J?T* KINP OF THERMOMETER PQ VOU WNP THAT THt ' AT *TW«T THB TOWN SUGAR?
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