Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 20, 1934 · Page 4
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•f. f AGE FOUR Contract Bridge, HORIZONTAL 1 Outstanding Contract bridge player . Tfyfo of forcing bid. It Hastened. 13 la so far as. 14 incited. 15 Northeast. KType standard. 11 Matter. 18 Portion of a rubber. 19 Opposite of on. 20 To woo. Jl Nothing more than. 3* Elm. 43 Affectation, 3< To gain knowledge. 27 Golf teacher. JS Relish. 29 To cure. 30 Memoranda pads. SI Froth. 32 Southeast. $3 Temper of mind. 84 All right. 85 Go on (music). 37 Strategic play. Answer to Previous Piuexte (BEGS HHBfflt nw einra an EHHKOI EHBISH ss mm, szara ral EKKB 2 Oia 51 BUS 38 Spades Is the highest rank- Ing : 40 Deity. *;\ 41 To sin. •" 42 Morsel. 43 To accomplish. 44 Grain. 45 Third note. 46 Pronoun. 47 The play forces a lead to a tenace. 4S Varnish ingredient. 49 His famous principle of bidding. 60 Position. VERTICAL 1 bids show long solid trump suits. 2 Meat. 3 Variant of • "a." 4 The play forces opponent to discard valuable cards. 5 Right. 6 Mother. 7 Duration. 8 Tiny. 9 Alleged force. 10 To deduce. 11 Act of defending. 14 Injury. 17 Play on words. 18 An exploit. 19 Verbal. 20 One who snubs. 21 Failure to hit. 22 Players play- Ing as a unit. 24 Constellation. 28 To rot flax. 26 Opening play. 29 Barrel band. 31 hands are dealt each deal. 32 Snowshoe. 33 Finch. 34 Opposite of in. 36 Pertaining to the Alps. 37 Tree. 38 To perch. 39 Grand slam In thirteen, —— (sing.). 42 Evil. 44 Unit. 45 Male. 46 Stop! 47 Half an em. 48 Minor note. •<, «,* * b ! I nji •A tal "* cli set The Peri coif I boc ' JP* f Rocky Mound Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Mitchell of Ccn- terville spent Thursday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pickard and family. Mrs. Jim Bearden of Washington spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter Mrs. Ralph Hunt.. ;Mrs. John Bill Jordan and Miss Helen Fincher called on Mrs. L. H. Mitchell Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Rogers and Miss Doris Yarbrough called on Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bearden Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hunt and Mrs. Jim Bearden visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hunt "Saturday afternoon. Miss Frances Monts spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Fay Pickard. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fincher spent Sunday with her father and family. Mrs. A. C. Monts spent Sunday aft- SeU It! Find It! Rent It! Buy Itl in the Hope Star Market Place •emember, the more you tell, th* quicker you scli. 1 time, IDc line, min, 30o fear consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad, 3 times, 6c line, min. SOc 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3%C line, min. J2.70 (Average 5Vt 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 Students wishing to make up school work Phone 213 W Miss Mina Mae Milburn. 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 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT FOB 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 H. F. Hunt, Rosston road. 16-3t-p Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. FOR SALE Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. LOST White and brown spotted fox terrier wearing harness. Phone 95. 201tc IANDINGS Two States League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Atlanta - 14 10 .583 Hope .„ 12 11 .545 Goodyear 12 11 .545 Southwestern 8 14 .36< Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Nashville 39 19 .672 Atlanta ...~ 33 25 .569 New Orleans 32 27 .542 Memphis.... 31 29 .5)7 Knoxville Chattanooga Birmingham Little Rock ... 30 27 27 36 32 .484 34 .443 .429 23 40 .385 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York ._ - 32 22 .593 Detroit 33 23 .580 Washington 32 27 .542 Cleveland - 28 24 .538 Boston 29 27 .518 St. Louis 25 29 .463 Philadelphia „ 22 33 .400 Chicago 20 36 .357 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York .._. 38 St. Louis 33 Chicago 33 Boston -.- 29 Pittsburgh 27 Brooklyn 25 Philadelphia 20 Cincinnati 14 19 22 25 25 25 32 33 38 .667 .600 .569 .537 .519 .439 .377 .269 RESULTS TUESDAY Southern Association Atlanta 0, New Orleans 4. Memphis 2-3, Knoxville 1-1. Little Rock 3, Chattanooga 2. Nashville 5, Birmingham 6. American League Cleveland 2-3, Washington 6-0. Chicago at Philadelphia rain. Detroit at New York rain. Only games scheduled. National League New York 5, Pittsburgh 3. Brooklyn 7, Cincinnati 11. Boston 2, Chicago 1. Philadelphia 10, St. Louis 8. ernoon with Mrs. Hammett. Mr. Jesse Pickard accompanied the Byers boys Saturday on their trip to Houston, Texas, and came back Tuesday morning. Mr .and Mrs. Waters of Waterloo spent the week end with her sister Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Purtle. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Easterling of Patmos spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jordan, and they all visited with relatives in Nevada county Sunday. Mrs. Jim Bearden Sr., spent a few days last week with her granddaught- ed, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hunt. Luck's Tourist Court See us for Rates for Your Bridge Parties and Dancing Ray Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck elson-Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered...! SOc PHONE 8 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY Wednesday, June 20,1034 By WILLIAMS NUP, GENTS—YER A NEAREST TO \S A HUNNERT-NMLE TUNNEL/ NOW btE TH\S -ROCK OLJT/\ VER WNt W&UL,\T TELVS THERE NN.T HO SK5N OF GOLD IN TUT MINE THNN TrAEPE. IS \N ^ CLKY ' COMMON ONLY GOOD "FOR \T, MAN WE DID "FIND A SPECK SOLD' IN IT, ONLY GOLD . STRIKE WILL BE BACK, ,WHEN : rv\\ssus MAKE'S A PASS AT YOU WITVA / PUTTIST UP / ROOT BEER. HAH? FINE? BUT TH 1 TROUBLE WITH VOL) IS, ' THAT YOU DRINK IT ALL UP BEFORE IT GITS ANYWHERE NEAR RIPE. OH,lVe TOOK CARE OP THAT/ 1 PUT A LOT OF PEPPER IN IT, so i COULDN' PO THAT. MOTHER EXPERT- THE FUTURIST. l9]4BYNt«5CRVICt.l*C BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By MARTIN So What? TOO 1 . VOR A VEW 'V <=jY\E<b A<b S>\C\< Or A6ATHA A* ' Tv\\<j>& WAV OF '-? 110 MV COre^EW. ! <&%£ , tt VAO6T A MOTWEV2 ...... VVc M\SWViE A6V1EO ME VX OK> ,50 TW&> A •SVOtLV. CHANCE Oft Vv\AME A CHAT U'GtT ACQOA\NKtO ' 6VRY. We VOA<=> "L'O CHECW OP "3EEKI ..... VOEV.V . By HAMLIN ALLEY OOP Walk Into My Parlor! TlEV. BIG FELLA, LOOKS .LIKE GOT US TWO SAV, 6U2 - VOU'VJE ALVJAYS VJANTED DINOSAUR, SO VJHV OON'TCHA 6LOM ONTO TH1SUN ? S AVJRI&HT, ( VER V, HOP SAY, V'A\NT TRVIN 1 T'GIT ME , «,<*- ,.~., .. RUBBED OUT. / "HURTCHA / OR NUTH\N. GITCHER HEAD DOWN HERE/ VOU'RE 6ONNA BE H\S PVAJESTV'S ROVAL. , HE'S AS TAME AS OH DINNV — C'MON, I'LL SHOW ' VA THERE'S NOTHUfl WASH TUBES Complications! By CRANE /"BOYS, I'VE FOUND CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIPEMCE GALORE. "\HUM! LCOKS\ /'you BET IT POES/ BUT" ^ l AM POSITIVE, 6ENTLEMEN, \( I HATE TO, COLO ^N "HAt THE BULLET WHICH KIUED / WATER VOU,<3RADY, / BUT WE'VE PEEN I LOOklNCb ARDUNRTOO. / AND WE FOUND AN EMPTY .2i^ '5 CUSPIDOR. THE LAKJE& GARDENER WAS MOTONLV AT THE MURDER / SUSPICIOUS. HERE'S THE GREATEST PINO . LANE CAME FROM THIS YERV SHELL. SCENE, BUT WAS IN AM U<3I-V MOOO/' WHATS MORE, OF ALL— £14 .Z2 SMEUFOUKIOIM By BLOSSER Headway! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS YEAH, BUT I'LL TRY AND FIND A COUPLE OF SOFT NO,YOU DUMMY! A VAMP...ONE OF THOSE SLINKY GALS WHO SIT AROUND OKI ?EAP RUGS AN' MAKE COO-flOO EYES...THERE SHE IS, OVER THERE J Mia HAS ON A RED MASK,AMD 'SHE'S DRESSED ' AS A SIREN... / AW,C'MOM..,TELL ME WHAT KIND OF A COSTUME MIQ IS WEARING II V/I7H ALL THESE MASKED GIRLS .AROUND HERE, ITS HARD FOR ME TO Pick HER OUT...AND I'M NOT VERY QUICK AT FIGURES.' YOU MEAN ONE OF THOSE THINGS THEY HAVE ON A FIRE ENGINE •2 THAKIKS, SATAM, OLD TOP 11 HAVING YOU SHOW ME SOME OF VOUC. NEW STEPS! ARE THEV HARD ONES? , _>,- . ._ Bv COWAN NEWFANGLES (Mom^n Fop) HERE'S HOW, CHICK 1 , ' MRS THE I'LL \ BEAT TAKE \ \WlNl! BEEQ! VLU UNSCREW THIS VAIVE.OUST ENOUGH TGIVE \T A SLOW LEAK T'LL TM<E THE DEACON HOU&S,SO VJE CASl f\ SODA. A\ID i'U- STILL HAVE TIME CATCH TW3 IS MV CHA.HCEI OLD DEACON \S HIS YOU,BOYSiAMD PEMEMBEB THAT BET WE'VE GOT, WINDY IT'S A WHEEL V/ITH1N f\ WHEE1L-DA XAGIT VT^ UVCK \NVITES THE GANG TO ON H\M/ HE STARTS THE ONE FIGURE, UOWEYEC,'' HAWGS EACV<-AND FOQ NO GOOD SEASON WHfTTEMOQE- VW4DY OCHUS THE. CPOWD

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