Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 25, 1932 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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Thursday, February 25, 1932
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OUR BORDIN6 HOlftfi 'Wo, 7 rfow'f fteKewe 7'rf have had the baby, if I didn't live near a park." Sweet Home Items Rev. Arnold of Prescott filled his regular monthly appointment here Sunday and Sunday evening. The young peoples program at 6:30 gunday night was highly enjoyed by all" present. Mr. and Mrs. Al Thompson and I'amily of Blevins were visiting relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Hbriea of Blevins attended morning services here Sunday and" Visited with Mr. and Mrs, Ed Loe. Miss Florence Husky, a student of Blevins high school, who underwent an operation for appendicitis four weeks ago, is convalesing and her friends are anxious for her recovery, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Spears spent the week end with the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Spears. Mrs. J. A. Copeland and mother of Delight are visiting Mrs. J.'J. Delaney and family, Mrs. Copeland is a sister of Mrs. Delaney. Rent !tt Find It7 Buy It! Sell It! With HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, The quicker you tell. 1 Insertion, lOc per lln» minimum 30c ' 3 Insertions, 7c per Unfit minimum 50c 6 insertions, 6c per line,. minimum $1.00 26 insertions, 5c per line, . minimum HOO (Average 5Vi words to the line) NOT E—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 brown coin purse, containing over $13. Reward. Phone 364, 23-ltc FOR RENT APARTMENT FOR RENT-Nice unfurnished 4 rooms with bath. Apply to Mrs. Barbar Weber, 211 East Second Street. 25-3tp. 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 567J or Y 518W. Collins * Harrington. (13-30tc ~ A LITTLE PEPSO-GINGER WILL end your indigestion or your druggist will refund your money. 5-30t WANTED-Issues of February llth Truckland Courier. We will pay 10 cents per copy, Hope Star. "WANTED—Issues of February Uth Truckland Courier. We will pey 10 cents per copy. Hope Star, FOR SALE " BABY CHICKS-From accredited flocks, now on display at Monts Seed Store. 25-2tc ~BliG HUSKY BLOOD~TESTED CHICKS GUARANTEED to live an4 lay more eggs. Customers report .100% alive at four weeks. We al«o do custom hatching. Satisfaction guaranteed. Braemar Hatchery 601 Dudley Ave., Texarkany, Ark. 2-17-tf. 1. "Murders in the Rue Morgue" will play at the Saenger THURSDAY and FRIDAY. • WANTED-Settled strong white woman to do house work. Must-be good cook with good health. Telephone 839-J. 22-3tp BABY CHICKS-From accredited flQckjt now on display at Moots Seed # Store, 25-2tc Short, But They're Long on Style No matter how long skirts may become, shorts are still short. Miss Kay Wickham of Philadelphia wears them on the courts at Miami Beach, Fla. Mrs. Ed Loe and Mrs. Allen Moore were shopping in Prescott Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Cloud Freyburger passed through this burg en route to Prescott, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Mont Harris and children were visiting Mrs. Harris' parents:, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McDougald Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Yarberry were pleasant callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Yarberry Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McCain were trading in Prescott, Saturday. Harold Huskey spent Saturday night with his toother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Clifford' Huskey. Mr, and Mrs. Brad Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Watson Ward spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hcndrix called on Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Huskey Friday afternoon. Little Margerie Huskey returned home with them to spend the night. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Yarberry spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Yarberry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sewell Mrs. Clarence Tidwell and little son Bennie have returned to their home near Prescott after spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Anthony Morris. J. R. Huskey was a business visitor In Prescott Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Yancey of Prescott motored out Sunday after- neon and visited Mrs. Yancey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Spears. Mr. and Mrs. John House were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell. Mrs, Mount Montgomery spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. J. J. Delaney. Mrs. Bert Carmin and daughter Anna Mae visited with Mrs. Sylvester Carmin Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Robt. Peacley of Prescott visited her mobther, Mrs. J. A. Huskey Friday afternoon. Worn, She Knows There are thi« kinds of mules, the old gray, the write, and the kind your wile married.—Cincinnati Enquirer. HAESHLY \NlTM MB/MOW S>AD IT IS W" UB8B to OO ANVTHIN& *•***» "foAT, AT TMEJNStyffli; 1 fctf MOT ji IP YOU BlB HAVB ANfiOT B®£, HAVE: A LnitE N£$T 6S@ UlD (fL ALL .VOt/D HATCH WOUID B6 A LOT OP T»OUSLE—«*6U1 SOMETHING TBU§ MB YOU/ ABE 6-ONNA VOua f^OQD NWIPE WANT® TO ^OtO THE 1 STORE/ TPAVEL AND EX-PLOPS, FOft THE BENEPIT -OP SCIENCE, v UPON m!" FFRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS rn VY66I4 rr HO-HO wwao j*\ An Eavesdropper! ti ALIAS AA6LLIW6ER, -me richer ASElJT AT IS MAXIMA A CL6AM 0BEAST OF HIS ASSOCIATION, OP PIFTEfiM VEARS ASO, MJITV ED 1 DOMT KfJovJ MJMAT TEMPTED AA£, BUT VfJUEM A PART/ CAWiE AI-OWS KliSjCT t3AV/MEAOISJ' FOR CALIFORUIA, 1 JOIMED TVEAA, AS THEY HAD AM EXTRA HORse.... LATER 1 VW6MT TO SAW PRAWciscb AiJO opeuED Uf»A LITTLC • ST&Bg.... W0THIW6 PRSTBNTIOUS.™) JUST A HOLg IK) TWE V/AU. \N6LL, I PROSpfieetJ. IM THAT LITTI-6 J y--J pit? "WAT ^ITH BOSIM6SS UMTIL 1 HAP TO SEf A € MV HUSSARS BISGER PLACE.... ALL 1 SOLD WS f AMD MOVM THAT V?U >R6 SOUV/EWIHS AM' KNICKKMAOKS..- ORISMTAL STOPF THAT TdORiaTS - CLAKAORED FOR..... VASES, IMCEMSI BURhJBRS, MAWOftRltJ COATS AU' AL THAT SORT OF SOOC3S... AM', WOULD J eeuieve IT, i MADS LOTS THE OF K ? Mr Jtox, its A^TZ> iyon vwn^y ,,,, IM TWO VEARS 1 HAD UED-TME.'/^^.^^ 1 MIT FOR^'AMODUS v/efir AM' LAMOeD'WERe:....lWAS DETER- MWBD.toVf-iwp /isy OLD PARTMSfe; BES^Rg Ml's, v MOtJ6y 10 DOLLARS TACWSD "R> IT/ FOR. "" ' ' >//' I/'/ WASH TUBES The Loose Stone! 'JUST, I6LU 'f* OLD MAM'S NO UONS »M HERE. ) *IP - . CO/ME DOESN'T •miKlU. I'M CrUlMMER. / BACK. H£R& — -(WAT C«\\ie ALL DAN To W& OP HOPES IOOK f OR THE LOO^E STONE WHILE < UTAH'S.jftUMl ^OOTS AND HER BUDDIES Oh, Oh!! OtOYi X Fouwt> IT! BUT FOR 60SH TrtKT HOLE, t PUWT UJONTK , -SM6T, tHWS Wfe IN' %O YOU "VWZfct TOOW THE "aov TO THE V\0&P\TWL, ' . OW **JO NOTtCE TWO WOE. ~ 00. T0 COUttMc Mir By MAI 1 0! SALESMAN SAM rTV^VS <3-UV WAS TOVOM VJl*^ *XUl^ , ,-^., v SIG-M — AM 1 HE DIDN'T HftVE , USSEM,3UDG£ G-O The Judge Remembers ! .,! &06,ss tteBBe "tUe. owcep, ftcTeo P» UY— i see No RSASOM oF Ycufc. UfcCK OP F-uc.es — VS/HAT .. FOP.? NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) CHUCK G-UJCKS, YOUR- COME ON. WE'LL JUST CO BUMMING ABOUND. YOU CAN DUST UP WHEN YOU GET BACK rp uove TO GO MOM, BUT J RCALLY OUQHT TO «TAY HOME ANP CLEAN THC HOUSE LET'S 6O IN AND HWC A LOOK AT THEM Shopping! !O PiNE I THERE ONCE.! HOW MUCH IS vou,

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