Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 19, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 19, 1934
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f&GE FOim Good Queen Bess HORtZONTAt/ 1,5 One of England's most powerful raters. id Coffee pot. 14 Referred, it Color. Answer to 1'rcvtous JP IE ifec lYlBISlHlE IL. it- IE. IYL 3 B0® rasa was a fflHHEl HHMSI1 SHUSH IHS9I TRIIifi^WlSl fflEia 18 Inlet. l»Not bright. JITo subsist. 22 Ceremonies. S4 Mineral spring. 2« Carried. 28 To prepare for publicity. 89 A species ot Olea. 31 Merchandise. 32 Perched. S3 A favorite of her time. Sir Walter 34 Cover. 35 Prophet. 3t Stow SS2000 pounds, 40 Being. 42 Vandal. 44 Road. 46 Chaos. MBOfffl JBHESHH! HHHB gjsteiLiria-lnCTHff 47 Type standard. •IS Myself. 49 Cage for hawks 51 To murmur as a cat. 52 Things bought. 54 To lift up. 56 Challenger 57 Yellowhammers. 55 Her mother was . 5? . Queen of Scots, was be- headed during her reign. YKimCAT. 1 Measures of paper. 2 Family of bears. " Half an em. 4 River nymph. 5 Deity. G Choppier 7 Hypothetical structural unit, S Letter "z." 9 Entrance. 10 Exclamation. 11 Globulin. 12 Took notice of 15 Minor note. IS To soak flax. 20 To cut grass. 23 Name. 24 Large room. 25 Dry. 27 Bird's claw. 29 Door rug. 30 Self. 36 Wayside hotel. 3S To card wool. 39 Her fleet defeated the Spanish ——. 41 Magnificent. 42 VIII was9 her father. 43 Unorthodox opinion in religion. 45 Zodiac ruler. 4S One who muses. 50 To caution. 51 Century plant fiber. 53 Golf device. 55 Intention. ] " S 55" 5O 4b .9 19 et, 3O 54 31 55 59 Laneburg Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Wren and children have returned to Little Rock following a week end visit with Mrs. C. F. Nelms. Miss Ruth Gann has gone to Camden for an extended visit with Mrs. J. W. Scott. Miss Carl McCune, Home Economics Instructor here, left FriJay to spend the summer with her parents in Fort Smith. Miss Margaret Moore of Emmett s a guest of Miss Joyce Bright. DINGS Two States League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Atlanta -. 13 10 .565 Hope 12 11 .545 Goodyear 12 11 .545 Southwestern 8 13 .381 SeO It! Find It! Rent It! Buy tti in the Hope Star Market Place Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o I"or consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 tunes, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3%c line, min. J2.70 (Average 5% words to the line) NOTE—Want ads may be charged with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Students wishing to take up school work Phone 213 W Miss Mina Mae Milbum. 19-3t. A toy orchestra for children three and four years of age will be organized Thursday 4 p. m. at 206 W. 13th. Street Mothers interested, call Mrs. Wellborn 405-W. 18-3t .Get Wise and Save Your Money Eat up town, where it's Cool It's Safe to Be Hungry at the CHECKERED CAFE Dinner and Supper for 2 J30.00 a month. (Tues.) Screen doors—Hope Blclg. Mat. Co. Nashville 39 Atlanta 33 New Orleans -.... 31 Memphis 'L 29 Knoxville 30 Chattanooga 27 Birmingham 26 Little Rock 22 .684 .579 .534 .500 .500 .450 .419 .355 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 32 22 .! Detroit 33 23 .1 Washington 31 26 .! Cleveland 27 23 .! Boston 29 27 .1 St. Louis 25 29 Philadelphia 22 33 Chicago 20 36 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet New York 37 19 St. Louis 33 21 Chicago - 33 24 . Pittsburgh 27 24 . Boston 28 25 Brooklyn 25 31 Philadelphia 19 33 . Cincinnati 13 38 MONDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Nashville 8, Birmingham 7. Little Rock 8, Chattanooga 3. Memphis at Knoxville postponed rain. (Only games.) American League Cleveland at Washington rain. Chicago 3-5, Philadelphia 2-0, (second game called in sixth, rain). Detroit 6, New York 5. 'St. Louis 5-9, Boston 6-14. WANTED WANTED—Small furnished apartment in desirable neighborhood. Call at 1301 South Main. 14 ' 3t P Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. " FOR RENT National League New York at Pittsburgh rain. Brooklyn at Cincinnati rain. (Only games). FOR RENT—5 room house on old 67 highway $10. Phone 1638-F4. 13-3t FOR RENT—Five-room house to right party, South Elm street. Apply R. F. Hunt, Rosston road. 16-3t-p "Pest Paint Sold-Hope Bldg. Mat Co. FOR SALE — My home on North Hsrvey Street, cheap. Mrs. Fred Webb, 13-3tp. Miss Bonnie Nelms of Little Rock spent the week end as guest of her mother, Mrs. C. F. Nelms. Mr. and Mrs. H. McCune of Fort Smith v/ere recent guests of Mrs. C. M. Gann. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Anthony and daughter, Bonnie Marie of Murfreesboro spent the week end with Mrs. Anthony's mother, Mrs. C. F. Nelms. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Moore of Emmett v/ere the Sunday guests at H. C. Bright's . Mrs. C. F. Nelms and son Charles Jr., left Sunday to spend two weeks in Little Rock*. Luck's Tourist Court See us for Rates for Your Bridge Parties and Dancing Ray Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck ^•••••••••••••••'•gjy* 181 * 111111 ^^ elson-Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered PHONE 8 SOc HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS OUR BOARDING HOUSE Bv AHERN OUT OURWAY By WILLIAMS NUP/--lhA N LONt WOU=~VF _ f WE HH n \TD UP "TELL cND AN EXPERT OH <3,OLt> -BUT, ILL 3\NE UP WITH YOU TORTH' HOW WOULD INTEREST <SOLO MINE, "THE LITTLE PHOEBE"? A QUARTER INTEREST IM BRUNGt THET CK.ATE tJ ,_r,,—.MS ALONG FER HIM-r Vi|e r mJMMICK'S W3RN OUT.' TH^DOC HAS ORDERED HIM ONTO I H DIET-— IT'S A GOOD LESSfN TO YEW YAHOOS', WHO GUZZ.L.E AN 1 GULP'LIKE A PACK'OF LION WOLJNPS, AN' THEN HEFTUH, i SUFFER IN LATER LIFE, ON THE SUFFERER"? BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES A Surprise! — '•Vi'^V »'< '^ ~-^E^ _;/$ j> IM« IH MtA 11 fivn^r _^>C_ (j^J By MARTIN voworce ME T'COME KVV TVAKV N>\Ct?WEA\. VvOMfc- RUoHT \_UNCH ALLEY OOP Dinny Solves the Problem! By HAMLIN WASH TUBES A Discovery! By CRANE , BUT I'M AFRAID YOU WON'T ,RND GARDENER'S 1 HE TOOK ALL HIS BELONG- 'AM EMPTY ,2Z CARTRIDGE SHELL! BLESS MY SOULf WHY, IT WAS A .22 THAT KIUED VOUR DAD., ^-— y f ? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Trouble! By BLOSSER GOSM, I WOULD HAVE MY MASK DROP OFF.' NOW EVERYONE HERE KNOWS V/HO I AM ! BUT I S CAN'T FIND MIQ J! ,^ ^""^7 . s^^TW C > HEY, LISTEN, PAL... I ^ DONT KNOW WHO YOU ARE 1 , BUT TELL ME, WHAT KIND OF A COSTUME IS MIG WEARING IMVITE[ ? ! I GOT AN INVITATION ' THREE DAYS AGO, IN THE MAIL.' / THE GATE- / M y WAME | S IF I WASN'T INVITED 1 WELL, IF YoU DID.. TO THIS PARTY HOW '\ YOU SURE CAME DO YOU THINK'r CAME? \OVER A MECK OF OSJ MY FACE J A ROUGH ROAD. 1 .' . .T. M. MEG U. S. PAT. Orr 1934 BY MCA SERVICE. INC.iUlilili [XtffELL, WE CAM see THAT FRECKLES IS GOINa.'TO WAVE A LITTLE TROUBLE WITH SATAN..., AND WHO DOESN'T •2 THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Fop) HC RACE OF A CENTUPY- \S ON— THE OLD MEETS THE NEW— YOUTH A.GWMST AGE-DEKCOT4 DALTON,ON HIS HlGH-WHEELECl, MATCHES PEDALS WITH CHICK, MOUNTED 011 THE LATEST WINKLE rtA BVCYCLE.S &*<.<. CO j-«<«7 THIS RACE. IS TO THE! ... POST-OFFlCe WD BACK!ALLW&HT!ARE YA, PE AOY? GET. SET J GO'. '• The Deacon's Off! THE Bv COWAN SURC\ BUT 1 COULt) OlDE. OVER THERE h BACK WHILE. TIAE. -THAT OLD • COME ON,I'LL TGEKT THE GANG TO X, APENT Cl^A <GOIN'T'D/\CE?

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