Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 1, 1937 · Page 4
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*• "ftsil $to» You ftell, the Quicker RATES tfeB*-2« wort, minimum Me tte word, mlfl. 5te wont, mlftlmutt 90t (26 times)— 1& wotd, J2.J0 Bites Me lot continuous Insertion only. tULtttikitti wotd count, disregard daSslfltaUoa name such as "¥ot ttfflt," "Tor Sale," etc.-thls is Mti, nn esch IttJiM or name, of eoto- $tete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT— Three-room modem furnished apartment, with garage, dose In. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 wards, at 2c word, 3Je lot one time; at 3Hc word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE; Ail vfdcrs placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation at bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience fit. R. Segnat 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf Don't sleep on knots. Let us build you a new mattress or rebuild the old one. HEMPSTEAD COUNTY MATTRESS SHOP, 712 West Fourth, Phone 853-J. Paul Cobb. 23-6tc For Rent FOR RENT—Close in, desirable furnished or unfurnished apartments, private baths, continuous hot water, utilities paid. 413 South Main. 29-3tp WANTED—Four or five-room house to rent Apply to Mr. Hill at county agents office. 28-6tp FOR RENT—One four room house, one-three room apartment, Magnolia Addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Telephone 1638-11. 28-6tc FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, with private bath. Mrs. W. R. Chandler. Phone 906. l-3tc Abvuzzt Rye, Onts, Barley, May Wheat, Vetch,' Winter Peas, Winter Rye, Grass and Pall Bulbs. MONf S SEED STORE l-26tc Found FOUND—Purse, Call nt Hope Star. contains money. FOUND—Key ring with eight keys Owner may claim by paying for this notice, 27-3tdh. \ HOPE STA| L HOI>^ARgANgAj8 OURBOARDIpfffii^USlET'^'f , '' with ,' ",'", Notice NOTICE—Red Lake four mites South East of Fulton, Arkansas, is closed to the use of Seines, Trammel and Gill Nets. Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. 30-3tc Wanted WANTEI>—New or renewal of Subscriptions to any magazine. Special clubs for schools. See Chas. Reynerson at city hall. l-6tc Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page 1 1. Benjamin Harrison was the grandson, not the grandfather of William Henry Harrison. The others are correct. 2. Sailors know stern means rear, port means left, starboard means right and bow means front. 3. Oil is lighter than water. 4. Dray reverses to yard. 5. First part 1000; second part •100, third part 90, fourth part 2. That was easy.. A 10,000-Mile Troxy Bride' For Sale FOR SALE—Stoves, heaters, bedsteads, all kind used Furniture. Used Furniture Co. 3rd and Hazel, Hope, Ark. 15-26tc FOR SALE: Residential property, 92x225 feet, Southeast Corner Hervey and Avenue C. Box 1503, Shreveport, La. 22-14tp. FOR SALE—New sorghum molasses in new buckets, high grade. 55 cents per gallon. Call at office of Hope Star. 27-15-dh. FOR SALE—1936 1%-Ton Truck in good condition. See F. J. Gordon, 912 East Third street. 30-3tp. FOR SALE—Bermuda and Johnson grass, this week only at 12 and 15 cents, at Tom Carrel Mule Barn. 29-3tp FOR SALE—Now is the time to sow oats. We have the best seed you can buy, Ferguson No. 922. Re-cleaned, tested, 50 cents per bushel. Sow one and a half bushels per acre—it's plenty. Hope Brick Works. 29-6tc FOR SALE — One master Edison Phonograph, with Victor attachment First class condition, best assortment of records both Edison and Victor. Price reasonable. Mrs. D. T. Chamberlain, 717 South Main, Phone 315. 30-3tc A "proxy" ceremony was selected by Joan A. Kingma, above, 24-year-old Grand Rapids, Mich., piano teacher, for her marriage to Herman A. Voogel, Dutch ship's officer at Batavia, Java, in the Dutch East Indies. While she sat at home the wife of one of Voogel's friends stood by tq say "I do" for Miss Kingma in Batavia, 10,000 miles away, scene of the wedding rites. A church ceremony will be held when she Joins Vsogel later r Fabulous Tale HOBI2ONTAL 1 The story of the • who said "sour grapes." 4 This story is 3 i uii._ 9 It is by . 14 Irish tribal society title. 16 To depart. 17 To bathe. 18 Dazzling light, 20 Form of "be." 21 Caverns. 22 Province of Ottoman , Empire. 23 One who applauds. 24 Senior. 23 Southeast. 26 Musical note. 27 Seventh musical note. 29 Pry. 30 Stir. ?2 Pitcher. 34 Golf <lacher. 36 To harvest. J8 A bargain. Answer to Previous Puzzle 39 Potato. 41 Dispatched. 43 Strict. 45 Native Egyptians. 48 Sun god. 50 Beverage. 51 Born. 52 You and me. 53 The fox made many s to get the grapes. 56 He met with no . 58 Nothing more than. 59 Classifies. 60 Form of "thou." VERTICAL 1 To drudge 2 Greaser. 3 Roentgen ray. 5 Morindin dye, 6 To throb. 7 Gibbon. 8 Always. 10 Exultant. 11 To rescue. 12 Manifest. 13 Footlikc part, 15 To rub out. 19 To choose by ballot. 21 Sea skeleton. 24 " grapes" is an allusion to the story. 28 Heathen god. 29 Dress fasteners. 31 Uncloses. 33 Thing. 35 Rodent. 37 Leg gaite;. 38 To discover. 40 To opine. 41 Speculation. 42 To stuff. 44 Knocks, 46 Burden.. 47 Actual being. 49 Devoured. 52 Custom. 54 Transpose. 55 Toward. 56 Street. 57 Sound of inquiry. Major HoopIT Friday, October 1, U MAW, LAOS/ MOW WAY By WH THiWK 1 WILL LOOK IS THE UNIFORM 1 W0l2,e WHEW 1 WAS CAPTAIW OF- tH6 "ROYAL DRAGOOWS IW THE. TRAWSVAAL / KA££~«. SISTER ELI2A8STH, THIS OUTFIT? v^m^,*m , , WON'T/ SAY^MDU COLJL/D wiw Awy RACE, BY A NOSE/ VOU M.OHT E^6 t?ERBV A GLASS-fcYEtP •ZEBRA ,11= YOU t?ll?M'T T^LL OFF 7 *•>>. T=OR A HOP?SE = ' JOPIM»17 BY >iej StRVICE, UK; T. M. REG. U. S. HT. OFf. 10-1 MS, «te> .'!.-'/, MTS FIW£ TO SE& SUCH AMBITIOUS Boys eoiwo INTO BUSIWESS feUILDIKJG COCK OAROfeKJS, ROGK GATES AMD THIW<3S~ KJOV\. r HERE ARE THE FLAWS FOE, VOLl TO <3O BV- t BOL)<3Ht 1HEM FI?O^A A BOV THEY CALL GOLD IE -HE'S fM BUSINESS,TOO, HE'LL BE HERE TO SUPERVISE THIS JOB. i \ L-' DM THE WHITE COLLAe.. /o-/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Just Like Ferdy By MARTIN OVS 6tt "••""'.V.V.I'.'.'. - r^v K:te rf- fcX •I W-VOHO \5 \T ? ALLEY OOP ^~~ T' "" ' _. MOW ,<Ft^O -VOO UtviOU) WOT DM\K>Cb I \. TOVO ^00 I <aO\K>6 10 -bPt^O IWt '. "SOT VOO SOO V ' 7y™ f> VOO (ft* 1-Laid Plans Go Haywire /<Lc6PR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFFflfe §l« By HAMLINI WHO WA5 THE Glf?L WE WERE CMASIM' LA5' MIOHT. AW WHO WAS IT /a^GOLLY WE MIGHT J QUIZ. BE MAME.S WILL MUD/ S< «f COM5ULT YER WOO2V/ X THAT'S A 600D WAY / THAT'9 OUR BE5T TO LEAEW.' C'MOM 1 BET-ONLY WE PO^ VV9 Al^rr GOT MUCH/WANT'A LEJ ANYONE TIM& TO BURM; / SEE vou SOIN* INTO MY CAVE . 1 OUT'Ax I'LL 5AV VT AINT? THAT STUFF V'TH^OW IN \ANO WITHOUT IT,. ' SMOKE? MV GOSH/WIZEeV I CAN'T GET TH' 15 NO TIME TO ^WOOZY T'5PEAK JOKE ! ? [ TH' k THIS THIS IS OUR. FINISH•THERE'S WO POUBT OF IT.'" ALREADY I CAN SEE US LYIN 1 IN GUZ'S 0\1 PIT! WASH TUBBS (IT'S A SHOWDOWN, UNDERSTAND! fwE DEMANP OU?) EEF VOU PON' \ GOOD N X^yOUlL PAW OFF MW CONTRACT, ABACK WAGES,' yTAV THE MORTGAGE J HEAVENS! Foiled COPR. i By CRANE OR, ELSE 1 ; S1GNOR\TA, T TP / BUT I-I- EVERYTHING! I\ . KEEK VOU OUTL FRECKLES AND HIS FR1EN0T J l 1 PEI2NEP OLP ROBBERS! \ 5T WAIT! I 6OT A LOTTA } >NEV HIP IN MY MATTRESS,/ T HOLY SMOKE ITS 60NEJ Plotters RE GETTING READY FOR WHAT ARE \ THE ANNUAL POLE RUSH, DODO 7^ YOU GUYS J WE GOTTA PAINT THIS POLE DOING? A, AWDTHEN SPRINKLE WATER UNPER IT.' ifer YEAH .'SENIOR CLASS GONMA IAGAIMSTTHE JUNIORS! MAKE ITHE IDEA is TO CLIMB A MUG?- /THE GREASED POLE HOLE, AND TEAR DOWN EH ? ) THE SENIOR FLAG .' THE SENIORS WILL PROTECT IT AGAIWST THE JUNIORS f HMMM ,' FRECKLES By BLOSSE% ^/E ENTER IT, TOO ? It MAKES Wo YOU'RE STAMDIKIQi DIFFERENCE! I HAVE { R)QHT HEXT -JQ AUi SS YOU'LL , BUT I'LL HEED HELP i ASSISTANCE. NEED, SPRING IT !.' MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE The Mam in the Hall • COPR. 1937 BY HtA SEBV1C OMTEKKUPTEP BV A DISTUKE-AMCE IN THE HALL MVR.A HURRIEPLV LEAVES THE OPERATING RjOOM ^ V ^ By THOMPSON AND COCJ 'A-HAT DO VOU R.APPIM& ON THE CAM'T YOU SEE THE MEAN BV > IMPOW?.' PERATING.? _ J TWEL L! IF IT ISM'T A PAME.' A YHOW DARE YOU? NOW (LETS TAKE A LOOK AT w / / TLL HAVE TO STERILIZE SWEETHEART' ANOTHER. MASK- ^ '4 NO YOU WON'T, 6ABV-THEY'LL SET ALONG IN THERE ALL RI6HT] WITHOUT VOU-SAV—Y6' A/NT HALF 0AP/ ^ -f * M " ^"1 •> f> j

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