Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 21, 1934 · Page 4
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£,< Red tiross Founder OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN Answer to Previous Pnwle I Whose efforts resulted in the founding of the American Red Cross? 10 Little devil. 13 Ventilated. 14 Female deer. 15 Aqua. 17 Deposited. IS Local positions 20 Bare. 2t Conjunction. 22 Killer in a bullnght. 24 Three-toed sloths. 25 Mother. •2$ Therefor. 27 Measure of area. 29 Seventh not*. 30 Cavity. 31 Small 'hM-i. 33 To cross- ciuestion. S5To entertain. 37 Portrait statue. 38 Common laborer. 39 And. 40 All right fTIWIC HUH! fflnasi 3IIMIEI iPJAINIKI •42 Fourth note. 43 Street. 44 Genuine. 46 Rail (bird). 48 Stint. 49 Fashion. 61 Pace. 53 To devour. 54 Unrestrained. 57 To regret. 59 She started the systematic search for Civil War soldiers. GO She headed the relief work in the • lean 11 Worth. 12 She was —— o£ the Red Cross until 1904 (pi.). 16 Form of "be." IS South America 19 Therefor. 22 A speck. 23 Polynesian chestnut. 26 Kalian titles. 2S Bulwark. 30-— and con. 32 Owed. 3 4 To perform, for help. VERTICAL 1 Due to her, the 36 Cry Red Cross now 41 Curved saiie, gives relief in 42 Pit. 44Mak«a lace. 45 Lump ot butter. 47 Pertaining- to air. 48 Japanese fish. 2 Climbing plant. 3 Dry. 4 Scarlet. 5 Paid pullicity. 49 Haze C Entrance. 50 Dower projy ? Instrument 8 Set up golf ball. _ 9 Northwest. Amer-10 Virginia •war. willow. arty. 52 Matter. 53 Type standard. 55 Within. 5G Above. GS Exclamation of inquiry. A bill introduced in the New York *tate legislature proposed construction of a toll highway from Buffalo to Albany for exclusive use of buses and trucks. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy 1U in the Hope Star Market Place Remember, the more you teU, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30s for consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3-times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3«>c line, min. $2.70 (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 ULTRA LIFE contains the best ingredients known to poultry raisers. Southern Grain Produce Company. 21-3tc. 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. DINGS Two States League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Atlanta _. 14 10 -583 Hope _ - - 12 U Goodyear 12 11 Southwestern 8 14 .364 Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Nashville Atlanta New Orleans Memphis Knoxville Chattanooga Birmingham . Little Rock ... 39 33 33 31 31 28 28 20 26 27 30 32 34 36 23 41 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York ............... - ....... 34 Detroit ............ • ................... 34 Washington ....................... 32 Boston ........ .- ......................... 30 Cleveland ............................ 28 Gt. Louis .......................... 26 Philadelphia .................... 22 Chicago .............................. 20 22 23 28 27 26 29 34 37 Clubs— National League Won Lost New York St. Louis hicago ..... ' oston ... ittsburgh rooklyn hiladelphia Cincinnati Ask Southern Grain for a book on ULTRA LIFE. 21-3tc. FOR RENT 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 Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co Feed ULTRA MASH Growing Mash for pullets. Southern Grain Company Feed ULTRA LIFE Yaying Mash to laying hens. Southern Grain Company 21-3tc. FOR SALE Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. The Southern Grain Company ha secured formulas for making all kind of poultry feeds from one &f the bes poultry feed laboratories. Come and ask us about ULTRA LIFE. 21-3U:. LOST White and brown spotted fox ter rier wearing harness. Phone 95. 2011 39 33 33 29 28 26 21 . 15 19 23 26 26 25 32 34 39 RESULTS WEDNESDAY Atlanta 0, New Orleans 5. Nashville 0, Birmingham 3. Memphis 5, Knoxville G. Little Rock 3, Chattanoga G. American League Detroit 13, Washington 10. St. Louis 11, Philadelphia 3. Cleveland 2 : 0, New Vork 3-3. Chicago 9, Boston 14. National League New York 12. Chicago 7. Brooklyn 9, St. Louis 5. Boston 5, Pittsburgh G. Philadelphia 4-15, Cincinnati G-10. In a lette rto a friend in France in 1774 George Washington predicted that' some day men would fly from Paris to America instead of sailing tho ocean. A gainTa^pU^Tis being constructed in Russia for the purpose of dis r.bu- ting Communistic literature to the more isolated sections of that country. ac ot, recently made a and was greatly surprised to find that he had selected the front yard of a relative to come down on • _ 3 Luck's Tourist Court Special rates for private dances. Music furnished. ^ T . Phone 222 H. E. Luck MAYBE MY OPINION A\N I\L LET YOU HAVE \T T< \ A NICKEL,ON TIME / ANT \TS TU l-S~—rD SAY YOLTR THAN AN ELEPHANT ON YOU CAN t>\G UNTIL YOU STR\V<£ ,.,. CHINAMEN'S HEEL-^, AN ~ J» ONLY <SOLTD\OLf LLTAKE OUT \s YC>LJR IN iET WATCH / n»f\r wi 1 ""*" • .... \N"THE UTTLE o'P _ r .. vACE A-o A c=>EOLOC=A€>T ^ WILL NOT FA\L Nte, NOW7~-I UA>VE: ^ EXAMINED THE STRATA; J AND TH\S TERRITORY GOLD > "DEPOSITS, C C ^ <\ . ^->^ \ K-& ^u w» ^{^/ •:> * •fflt ^rf £ A. ./?* vOv< S *<•&'• fa ^\\\, ^^ l\^ M\\ ^ >i ^+*** m T. M. REO. U, S. PAT. Of »34 DY NCA SCRVICC. INC ^ ,1JHE 'OLO VAOOPLE CHIN-UP «-2/- WHAT IN WOPUP TH' ^gP / I'M PUTTIN' HIM IN THIS BOOT, TO GIVE HIM HIS MEDICINE? I POMT WANT NO PRESSEP UP WIMMIN HOXDIN' A DOG PER MH. IT'S TOO MUCH LIKE WRAPPIN'A WET FISH sj TISSUE PAPER/ ^ •h I i <?^ StfRfl-. fe*d Q ^« H/J HP .^M^_^ -v^ K ijL. \-<l! 'H 1 - vV/r- K:?tf 'I/ Jto -CY, A : V^5 && ;^ •**,/&&"• 'msfed' -fij. .^,. =9 U;, •*^,. i T. M ««. U 8. C.T. Orf. HEROES ARE MAPS- NOT SQRN. OLMBYNCAStRVICE..^ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Meet the Missus! By MARTIN rr ^< T \T VEEN' NrtCfc OF VOO TO . VOO TH\NV4 *>0 '. \N Kf^<t»^ 't^ ^?M^ —«i . WOVYE. H WS?" «Ll T. M. PCG U S I O 10-4 BY HE* 5 • l ^- 60 00 1 \ e,fttfCV-60ANOr-/WER aOVCT \T\ ' THE FAIA\\-V WAS SfESi UVNW& IW W,tS)E« -aUOCE 'A FtWt LOT I 1 OM\.V HOPE TWLY ~y J W * >,S^ ALLEY OOP Behold! The King! By HAMLIN ME G\T ON THKT J AVJ.KING, THIS IS VOOR BIG TWNG? SCWOW/J CHANCE TO BE TH 1 GREATEST ONE TOSS OF ITS V MONARCH THAT EVER LWED/ HEAD, AN' BLOOIE/ ) TH\NK OF TH 1 VJHERE'D \ BE?' A PRESTIGE tTU. ANVHOW, ^/, \ G»ME VAI GOTTA •r AWFUL , f < SORE TOE: elson-Huckins LAUNDRY SuiU Properly Laundered : 5Uc PHONE 8 XnABOV.WNG// VAAH, BUT^l JH^K ON TH' OTHER HAND, IF VA DON' * VA HAD J I'M RIDE TH' BRONTOSWJROS.TH'ftRMV \.lll 1 TLA1NUJ UCTD OCX \ ^— J -^——^ ^« VJILL THWU. VER VELLA THEN WHEREV.-.- --I I I t_l t vy>i^ir>fc— — — -.- i VA BEf GUZ, / YOU'RE TELLIN 1 \ VOU'RE IN A ( ME? -AVJR\GHT, V. TOU6H ; }> VLL RIDE '1N\, BUT , SPOT' ff IF ANVTHING H^PPENS THERt .--.. . •-• •.--, VARE.^eNf-r WHAU'VA TH\N\< ( OF VER I m WNG. HUH. -^'.;:^'?V v Easy Keeps at It! WASH TUBES ou TELL THE \ IT'S NO WE OF TAKE A WALK, WILL YA^ I POLICE A80UT BHM6 -• /"NOTHING, \USTEM , wise HEAR ANV SHOTS. T POM'T KNOIAJ _ vou REMEMBER. THE NIGHT, MISS WANOND SHAOOWED WHEN VOU KNOW , QUESTIONH AN-/THIMG ABOUT THE MURDER . THAT WSSH AND I PICKED VOU AND J,J, LAMEUP IN OUT WITH J.J. UAME? I WASM'T EVEN IN WHEN IT By BLOSSER Foul Play! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS , , , r- x ) THAT AIN'T MIC You SAP) YOU WERE A \'" A , lr -.^ ^',' A .jM/cr rJuMP co "u TO \HAHA ...HE'S COMNA HAVi= CHUMP, CRASH,TO nAkirP LISTEM,I'LL GIVE You TWO-BITS, FOR TWO-BITS I'LL r A ^ E ) H^js PLEASE EXCUSE ME, FOR JUST MINUTE.... IF YOU'LL PLAY AH EXTRA LONG L^^Ss" AM AWFUL. LONG DANCE UAW/A rtAMrB 7 W ™ TWE W ° RST • H «™ rr rf — ER » ERE -- PLAY SO LONG I'LL SATAH IS CRASH' PAVIS !.' WELL, HE PICKED TWE RIGHT COSTUME/ DANCE NUMBER ....I'VE GOT OP THIS < RICKERT:., HAVE YOUR SHOES VVORKI DOWM "K> A PAIR OF SANDALS. ^ LEAVE IT TO THE NEXT DANCE WITH TH6 ^ ' '" " / WAITING, I'LL BE RIGHT rf COE/-IX. c' ORCHESTRA ™ E GUY FRECKLES II BEST. LOOKING GIRL, INI SMADYSIDE .' News From the Front! YOU'LL HAVE THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) THE POSTMASTER ] AHEAD OF HUH , HE ISN'T IN ^ KT TH\S RATE,! OUGHT TO CATCH SIGHT OF WHVTTEMOOE AINT NUTHIN UKE1 THE OLD WHEN K BOULEVARD WAS AWPTROAt) (S^^ /-^r—3=r-J OUST PHONED AMP ( WELL. TM .., OVERTAKE r\CON THAT OL-O BU2Z.AQD LUGGING ALONG L\KE THC. THE DEACON OVEC SAIt) THE DEACON \ NOT OH HIS WAY BfCK TURTLE, THt , OU HIS VUGH- , \S ON HIS BE.FOPE. CHICK GETS GO\NG ^ /'^-^ . u.».p»r.OfT. I»M •» if- unvice. INC

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