Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 18, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 18, 1934
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PAGE FOUR -f Grand Old Yachtsman* | HORMtONTAI, 1 Who «M tbe famoM merchant in the fcleturet 13 To entice. 14 War flyer. 15 Frame of mind 16 Quantity ot yarn. II To bow. IS Bear-like mammal. 20 Sea skeleton. 22 Flyer. St Balloon basket. 32 Looking-glass. 34 Calling In life. 3$ Scraped the lawn. 36 Twice. 33 Semidlatneters. 39 Garden tools. 4 41 Pussy. 1 44 Aurora. 4S Tiny vegetable. 47 Primitive Siamese. 4S fleam (abbr.). 4) College official. tt Sun god. Answer to Previous Puule - J5looT EHH SHHHIIBH aaa aa tuns HJ HWII SB H HWffi oaa BHES s H nan, HHffi] 21 EM GSH SIHCIAILICIOIMIEIDIIIEI 51 Saucy. 52 Rowing device. 53 To sink as a ship. 56 He was born in , Scotland. 57 He made his in India and Ceylon. VERTICAL 2 Kind. a To regret exceedingly. 4 Three. 5 Female fowl. 6 Geld house. 7 Stomach acidity. 8 Auto body. 9 Little devil. 10 Genus ot grasses. 11 2000 pounds. 12 Opposite ot even. 16 He called his five racing yachts . 19 Pertaining to this continent. , 20 The heart. 21 Varnish Ingredient. 23 By way of. 24 To anno/. 25 Form of 26 Thick shrub. 23 Anxieties. 29 Ages. 3D Guided. 31 Rumania/i coins. 33 3.1416. 37 Chief officer ot a county. 40 Uncle. 42 Pertaining t» the ear. 43 Hair ornament. 45 Lost to view. 46 Devoured, 49 Toothlike notch. 51 To murmur as 1 a cat. 52 Giant king ot Bash an. 54 Yellow Hawaiian bird. 55 Second note. Shover Springs Crops are beginning to need rain badly in this comunity. Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Byers and daughter Miss Marjorie have returned to their home after visiting their mother Mrs. Mary Gilbert near Fulton last week. Mrs. C. A. Darwin of Hope called on Mrs. J. W. McWilliams last Tuesday afternoon. J. S. Reed called on O. J. Phillips Saturday. The singing school is-, progressing -. nicely under the direction of Professor Davis, and 60 pupils are in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and family spent Sunday fith Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Reed. Early McWilliams, Mrs. Charles Rog r ers, Mrs. J. W. McWililams all were trading in Hope Saturday. Mrs. J. S. Reed was in Hope Saturday. Rev. W- J- Burgess is holding a meet ,,-|ng at this place this week. Everyone come and be with us. Miss Eleanor McWilliams spent Sunday -with Miss Bonnie Crews. Miss Marjorie McWilliams was th< Sell It! Find Itl Rent Itl Buy IU in the Hope Star Market Place Remember, the more you tell, UM quicker you selL 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o Jfat consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 linea in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, SVfcc line, min. $2.78 (Average 5V4 words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication, Phone 768 ANDINGS Southeirn Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet. .611 Memphis 11 Nashville 9 Orleans _ 9 6 .600 Atlanta 9 8 .529 Jirmingham 7 7 Chattanoga 5 7 Little Rock 6 .600 .500 .417 .400 KnoxvUle 4 10 .286 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 53 31 .631 Chicago 51 33 .607 St. Louis 46 35 .568 Pittsburgh 41 37 .i Boston 41 42 .<•. Philadelphia 36 48 .< Brooklyn 35 49 .< Cincinnati 26 54 .1 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Detroit » 52 31 J New York 49 31 Boston 46 38 Cleveland 43 38 Washington 41 43 St. Louis 35 41 Philadelphia 32 49 Chicago 28 55 RESULTS TUESDAY Southern Association Little Rock 2, New Orleans 3. Memphis 3, Birginham 7. Atlanta 9, Knoxville 5. Nashville 3, Chattanoga 5. National League Chicago 3-2, New York 5-1. St. Louis 6, Brooklyn 7. Cincinnati 0, Philadelphia 7. (Only games) American League Boston 6, Chicago 2. Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 7. Washington 3, Detroit 4. New York 5, Cleveland 13. Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co NOTICE. Oil Royalties & Leases bought ant sold in the vicinity of the three wells being drilled in Hempstead county. BRIDEWELL & TYLER Ark. Bank Bldg. ll-6tc Sunday guest of Miss Ruth Aaron. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Lee England, Mr. and Mrs. B Swerigen and daughter Oma and granddaughter Earline, Misses Marjorie Byers, Rose Eengland, Cathline Ross, Lillie Aaron, caled on Mrs. J. W. McWilliams Sunday. WANTED Ride to Chicago. Write Wilson Hall, Hope, Arkansas. 17-3tp. WANTED: Small Diamond. About % carat. Must be cheap for cash. Apply this office. 18-3t FOR RENT FOB RENT—Moders five room house with 7 acres adjoining, 1523 South Main. Phone 423. 14- 3tc Sbc room house furnished, So. Spruce street Also five room house Gateway Park. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone J638r4rings. 3t FOR SALE parts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t_ Igest Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. Used cars bought and sold. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. Used Ice Boxes. Everyone a bargain. Hempstead County Lumber Co- Phone 89. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. LOST LOST—Flea-bit gray mule, weight J100 pounds. D. B. Russell, Shover St., phone 408. 16- 3t P Holly Grove The farmers are beginning to haul their watermelons to market. Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson and Mrs. J. C. Atkins and Miss Mozelle spent Thursday with Miss Rena Clark of DeAnn. Mrs. Carl Evans and son Norman spent a few days with Mrs. Evans of Hope. Mrs. M. V. Derrybery and children spent Monday with friends in Lewis- vine. Mrs. Maude Elliott and Mrs. Martha Hembree spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Tollie Maness. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Payne and Miss lona and Ercille Teaser attended the singing at New Hope Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Arnold, Mrs. Claud O'Steen and Mrs. Willis visited the cemetery here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. T Hembree andi children attnded the singing at New! Hope Sunday night. j M. V. Derryberry and R. T. Hembree were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Lige Bearden and daughter of Hope were visitors here Sunday. HOPE BTAK, HOPE, ARKANSAS OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY Wednesday. July 18,1934 By WILLIAMS HE 3UST CAME LOOK ABOUND, YET -^ AN" THIS \S A, WILL "D\<3N\TV AND WA7VER TRONT HE SPINS YARNS TVW HE JUST CAMt •BACK CIGAR STORE/ ELGOME rAOME, About 10,000 tons of kapok fiber are used annually in manufacture of American mattresses. ,**- 1 FROM A SNAKE, ^A WELL, AIN'T IT WNDA VELLOW,TO RUN AWAY AN' LEAVE VOUR BABY BROTHER? COULDN 1 VOU FEEL TH 1 WAGON GIT LI6HT WHEN HE FELL OUT? COULt?N'YOU PEEL IT SUDPENLV PULL EASIER? COULDN'YOU FEEL— NO! MV FE6L1NS WAS ^A-u-roo UP WITH TH' SNAKE; r^ THING AT ATIMB BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES It Must Be Important! By HAMLIN 1 WANT TO SPEAK TO ALLEY OOP The Party's Called Off! By MARTIN YEP, BUT THAT'S TROUBLE ENOUGH.' WELL,BOVS. MV TROUBLES ARE AU. OVER,NOW -EXCEPT HOVJ I'M GONNA G(T OUT OF MARRYING K\NG GUZZLE'S LOOWN DAUGHTER/ GO FISHIN AN 1 FORGET. THAT STUFF/ F002V, YA SURE GOT \VEAH, THAT'S A HEAD ON VER SHOULOERS.M A PRETTV VJE WNT HAD A MESS OF FISH FOR A LONG GOOD HEAD I GOT-EVEN IF IT DON'T SIR - TH PRINCESS VJOOTIETOOT SENDS HER LOVE - AN 1 SHE EXPECTS YOU FOR NOW VJHASSA tAPCTTER ? WHAT DO YOU VJANT P AFTERNOON i COC'OANUT MILUJ ^m^^^^ BOV, THAT'S REMARKABLE, EVEN ENCHANTING f NEUER BEFORE HAVE HEARD SUCH RANTING " £ w*/& . ,.,*&. I ^-^ '.'// -'^r, ^T^i^^fm^ »A*.W -'-r t .;-.:-V--/ /^'V-^CV'-. ^' ^^'L^W'-v-v, r-^M^'G^ . 111. O 1034 BY NC» SERVICE. INC. IT, M. RCO. U. 8 PAT OPT. WASH TUBES Still Explaining! By CRANE /BUT, EASV, DIDN'T THE POUCE THINK IT WAS THE CASHIER WHO KILLED DADDY? SURE, HIS PISTOL FIRED THE FATAL SHOT, AMD THEY WERE ENEMIES. ^EE'THATYOF COURSE, BUT I FIGURED THAT LOOKED NO80DV BUT A FOOL WOULD TAKS SUSPICIOUS' / HIS OWM PISTOL.SHOOT HIS EMEMV/ AM ADJOINING ROOM, AND THEM THE PISTOL IN HIS OWM FILING CABINET. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS LEAR MED THAT) BABE, FOR SOME REASOM, MAILED THE PISTOL AWAY FROM THE BANK. HENCE, SHE MUST O 1 BEEN THE ONE WHO PLANTED IT. SPLENDID/BUT HOW DID VOU 6UESS THAT BABE DIAMOND PIO IT ? AND THE CASHIER'S NO FOOL. THEREFORE SOMEBODY ELSE MUST HAVE BORROWED THAT PISTOL, kiLLED UANE / A*JD PURPOSEI.V REPLACED IT IN THE CASHIERS OFFICE WHERE IT WOULD BE FOUND. What's in a Name! DOES YOUR NLAST NAME SHONTA5SE.. NAME HAPPEM ) MY FATHER HIM TO BE /FRENCH, MY MOTHER HIM SHOMTASSE /INJUN....SHONTASSE HIM TOO LOMG NAME... SHONTASSE FIRST NAME BELLEFONTAINE ! WE'LL. CALL MSU BELLEFONTAINE IF You LIKE, BUT IF WE EVER NEED YOU IN A HURRY, WE'RE GONNA CALL YoU SHONTASSE / SHONTASSE BAD NAME.... MEAN OLD CROW IN INJUN... SHONTASSE NOT OLD CROW.. HIM . LIKE HAWK? HAWK Too MUCH Like WOLF ONLY WHY NOT JUST LET US CALL YOU HAWK THEN? WOLF R SHONTASSE LlkUM CALL HAWK By BLQSSER SHONTASSE MEBBE LIXUM YOL) CALLUM CHARLIE l( OKAY, CHUCK,OLD OY..M CHARLIE By \ / - "-iMia*^*!**!*^^^**^^' •* '•'*""••'» *^^* '-f^ --• _r :-->-.- --.•; j^^/!-'£=?::-• t ' THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Not So Dumb! By COWAN NO GOTTA DA WON, ] VA, MEAN XOU WONT NO GWE-A. PA, / G\VE ME ANY MORE CPED»T?XOU UVTTLE SHC\MPJ COME OUT HEttC,AJNt> MOP THE STREET WVTH YOU HAVE-A VOU GOTTA DE. tlON' TO PAY-A DA. CPsSH? ON TWE JOB HERE., WTTH THE CURLEY. 1 YOU HEf\RO COME OUT HKP.E,, ^'LL TA.U YOUD 1934 B» NLA StHVICC, INC.T. M. R£G. U. S. PAT

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