Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 1, 1932 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 1, 1932
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fcwfc THsss * ' -i fee'en oft iAe ?o& as long as 1 have and th& bpssis just trying to bluff you" T. Battle and Mrs. Earnest Visitors to Washing- here parents Cornelias in Hope &« • \'V ' JtefiuOrton, entertained at %£hir home last, Tuesday, g^ four-table* of,-players. ' £ Cox and Miss Ina Logan .u^b, score prizes. Mrs. Orton I tempting salad course. "" "" Claude Wilson and -^1t!' ;it! I-It! Self It! ft STAR NT ADS a? "*^ tfttell/; more -; : < ine quicker you Mil insertion, IDc per Iin% minimum 306 ' S insertions, 7c per linft ' f insertions,, Cc per line, , iff."''', miyfayaFn J1.00 ^9| inaertions, v5c per line, - ' l^erag^ SMt words to, the line) >TE—Want over the with the t ; -the bfli is payable on preson- i'of,statement, the day of first Phone 768 Winsome Dance Star FOR RENT —Five room house. New- 'Modern. Convenient See Saver. Phonem l-3t RENT—One furnished house, in. One five room house, mod- Qne six room house, modern. L BgNT—Modern six room house, or unfurnished, See E. G. 3'3tc jr|y!t JIBNT—Furnished house and e "—'-^Krapartmept, Strictly modern, 3. A, SuWvan. Phone 147. 27r3t F—five room house, v modern, close in. A. H. Xers, 420 SQuth Pine. 27-3tp. LOST bar pin between theater and 308 South Elm. Finder please return to Ha- Hollajnon Pool. 27-<6tc A winsome miss, Phyllis Jacklin, who features in song and dance routines with the Band Box Revue, the new musical comedy presentation that comes to the Saenger theatre com mencing Thursday. Rutht Royal, radio artist, and her Ensigns, and a company of 18, mostly girls, comprise the cast of this highly entertaining and diversified musical revue. NQTICB 'Mr. I and Mrs. Chas Rowland visited in Washington Sunday. Mrs. T.'J.'Logan, Mrs. Lester Shaver and Miss Ina Logan were recent Texarkana visitors. ' Mrs. C. C. Lester and son Edward of Hope were visitors here last week. Mrs. J. J. Battle, Mrs. Otis Park, Mrs W E Cox, Jr, Mrs. Monroe Cox and Mrs. T. H. Seymour were Thursday visitors to Hope ' W. E. Cox, Mr. and Mrs; W. E Cox 'r, and Mrs. R. S. Wood were recent Texarkana visitors Miss Laverne Wilson of Texarkana pent the week end with her parents here. pn painting, paperhanging, of building. Phone 567J or » Harrington, U3r30tc WILL your indigestion or your druggist wft»4 your money, 5'30t of February Uth 4er. W^ will- pay 10 Star. FOR SALE —Cowq with young feifld* of hay. See L. l-3tp. Blood tested l*gh«m chicks, Sattafaction Guar- ie* a H riBUw, and Corn for »1«. John»on grass. f6.80 Com SSc Columbus Rev. Wiles of Arkadelphia filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church here Sunday morning and evening. Mi. and Mrs. J. S. Wilson, Sr,, are spending some time in Hot Springs W Q. Warren of Hope was 9 vi itor here Friday Mrs. T. C. Wilson and Mrs. Fred Walker were visitors to Hope Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E, Jackson, J O. Johnson and E. J. Shepperson were visitors to Hope Saturday Miss Mabel Sipes of Saratoga spen' the week end with homefolks here. Mrs. S. H. Smith and children °l Washington were wee kend guests o! Mrs. T. T. Clendenin. Charles Holt of Nashville was business visitor here Friday. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Autrey had as guests over the week end Mr. anc Mrs. P. R. Booker of Texarkana ant Mis Glen Ellis and boys, Glen anc Paul of Saratoga. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson, Jr., a Miss Mildred Johnson spent Saturday in Hot Springs. Mrs. S. W. Mulkey and daughter getty Jane of Little River Country Cfefe and Mrs, J. R. Oodson and Q fj$by |*ray of Texarlrana spent *"*•- A with Mrs. J. C. Hill. BLACK MAGrlC FFRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Old House! By BLOSSER OKI TH6IR. VACAtJT House, \jjwepe iv<e TICkST ASSMT. HASTweury SIX THOUSAWD DOLLARS Hiooeu seuEAiw THS FLOOR., OSCAR REMBSS. LIST6VJ' VJHy DO ». >jj6 WAlJTA SO STICK OUR TV*> CEUTS IUTC TW1S 80SIUESS? DR.XEMP TZ5LP MRS. R6DFIELD HE'D CDM6 OVER HER6 IN THE AAORKMsKS At- SET THAT MOWEy.... U6TS LET HINS I .6ET IT FOR. •V.W 1 VNHEV4 THS OOCm , eoT THeRC/THE A^O(j£y VffDOUD Otf ^S/^t.tp ^ ' "ftjtflhl C^CA fc^**i ••• • infci^ V^HAT VM30LO /ARS. REDPELO cx>? I •AT see ,Oot4T wy IT IE SAW '? UISTEMIMS RUS6 KK AHOOTIT j ATMRS . REPP) ELDS TMATS RISHT... J HUSTLE UP, i FORSOT'ALL, ^ THEM- ABOUT ITS BEE)J FOR MOMTHS IOJOVM THERE- IStJ'T SOME- Bopy AT THE DOOR., UNLOOED... © WASH TUBES Frieda Is Hurt! By CRANE 1P SLAMS THE 90OR—BUT NOT IN TIME TO KEEP THE LEOPARD FROM WRIG6UNG THRO. . , MUE lEOPAftp fcUNS— FRIEPA \S »M THE WW4 •THE BEAST. SLASHES AT HER wrm u\s PAW AS U£ LEAPS PAST. HCO.U.B. PAT. Off. O 1932 BY NCA SCRVICE. INC. •if ASH AND R.\P, F^GHTENED STffp, WopEN UP THE. Pm-EWORKS, A.WD THE OMV 6OSH! SUE'S O«AP'. ] OUGHT OF BOOTS HER BUDDIES ^ & For Goodness Sake ! By MARTIN Trouble Ahead ! SALESMAN SAM OH I Vft OOM'T KMOVJ ABOUT TH' HUSKY SAMOVJICK CAftM ~THf=Ts ' CMMWY O^MK^ DOUG-HMUT DUWKERV, E.H? BY L.QOKIN oTne.R opposiTioM R.I&HT OUTps BUSIMESS YET ITS Too MG-VetLft! ^EP, ^"esr Too BAD! 's WAFFLE VJKS Economy! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) ME NOT ECONOMICAur THIS vs THE: DRES'S HAD VJITH TH\S - C.HOES AND \ SO THAT'S WHERE A A PAIR OF QF IT WENT. VJEUU, VOU % GLOVES /CftN ayST BE A MTTLE MORE ECONOMICAL. ON • THINGS YOU WEAR VNELU— % JUST HAD TO SOME MEW THINGS THIS WEEK rr COSTS A LOT TO SUV FPQP ANP UCHTS

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