Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 6, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 6, 1934
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A Terpsichorean to I'revloiis I'uwle ... dancer ij« In it* picture? ^3f¥|i Jfoskal in. fK^r'ii'itlfttMjint. gllt&fc&y. 15 To <iucnch. 5> iiietrlcal. IS Southeast S* Negative word MM ISHH is SIMMS s i-ina o ass! @ ROW [3 ss! H E S5 Ocean, ti To drink 32 She 8p«cl*t> f i»ed in — * dances. f 23 Sheltered ; place. \ 24 The serow. 2« Wing part of « seed. 2? To observe. 23 Ruffian. 29 She 1* considered • ire*t 1 In her profession, j. |r IPlOlNtTI I 3* Afternoon &::;., liieal. 30 Roman em* j||War vessels w'x under one ' ;J- command, f ;84 To scorch. ' ji 3S Demise.' _», 'ijlfjfonkey. ' ejaculate, in 47 Like. •IS New (prefix). 50 To feign. 51 Social insect. 52 No. 64 Decorative material laid on. 55 Before. 34 Tribal grou p, 56 With her hus- sc , ogc 3 Row of a series. 4 Women's «uar- instrument. ters in a Mo 38 Brought up. hammedan . 40 Fteble-minded residence. person. 5 Broken tooth. 41 To contradict. 6 Toward. 43 Open cotton 7 Brilliant show fabric. trail. •#» 42 Bye. : 44 Pertaining to ..^ v, a type of %# : --::H.-'"hammer. band she is —• of a « school for . dancing. 57 Her husband is Ted . VERTICAL 2 Above. 45 To deliver. 9 Writing fluid. 46 Fruit 10 Pace. 47 Afresh. 13 To fail to hit. 49 Simpleton. 15 To spill liquid. 51 Constellation. 17 Part of a sail, 53 . heave. 18 One. hot 21 Species of 55 Exclamation animal. of inquiry. Sweet Home ;. Margaret Grimes of-Deany- visited home folks Sunday, r. and Mrs. Sylvester Carman and SK ,,,,,v....,dren. were Sunday visitors of his ffrf;parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Carman. .' "••'""""'"r,'.and, Mrs. Hugh Nolen and chil- , visited their daughter and family, race Pye Sunday. •Joe -Spears spent Sunday Letha McDougald. p.; arid Mrs. Al Thompson and chil- |fi;ft idren of BZlevins were here Sunday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. arid Mrs. Sam Yarberry were I'lKJ Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Osborn of Oklahoma has 7,;returhed home after an extended vis- •git here with her parents, Mr. and ? ;Mrs. Will Carman. : : . Charlie Smith and Miss Mattie Cash were: united in marriage last week. The ceremony being preformed in ^Prescott. ' i: f ? Mrs. Hix Loe and children were .Saturday afternoon visitors in the f)hont,of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. , -Mrs. M. H. Montgomery and Mrs. Clifford Huskey were shopping in -Sell It! Find Itl Rent Itl Buy,ltl , in the Hope Star iMarket Place Beajember, the more you tell, flw .' quicker you sell. i* 1 time, lOc line, mln. 3»o Vcr consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, Sifcc line, min. p.1» (Average 5V4 words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill la payable on presentation of statement, before th« first publication Phone 768 Screen doors—Hope BIdg. Mat Co. FOR RENT FOR RENT: South bed room, 'with jr without bath, phone 321. FOR RENT — 3 room furnished apartment, adjoining bath, outside entrance both front and rear. Phone 315. Mrs. D. T. Chamberlain, 717 South Main. 6-3tc FOR RENT—Bedrooms convenient to bath, close in. Mrs. Bob Chamberlain, 418 East Second Street. 5-3tp FOR SALE Beat Paint Sold—Hope BIdg. Mat Co. BARGAINS IN USED CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. Wall Paper—Hope BIdg. Mat. Co. USED PARTS FOR ALL CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. FOR SALE—Pears 75c bushel or 40c half bushel delivered. Phon 166. 26-3c Cabbage Plants, Onioa Sets, Vetch, Winter Grass, Bulbs. Monts Seed Store. 3-6tc WANTED FOR TRADE—Good work horse to- good cow or second hand car. L. J- Hubbard, Spi-udeil, Afk. ll-6-3tp Prescott Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Huskey of Blevins spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Huskey, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Carman called on Mrs. thel Stone Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Star Mason and children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grimes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Huskey and children were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Huskey. . Jadie McDougald left last week to be with his sister, Gladys McDougald and brother C. H. McDougald, of Washington, D. C., he contemplates entering school there. Hinton Mr. and Mrs. Losson Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Elledge were callers at T. R. Gibson's home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Gibson spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith. The women of this community have organized a quilting club. They met and quilted at Mrs. Andrew Camp's last Thursday. The next quilting will be at Mrs. Rogers, next Thursday. The women have a special invitation. T. Z. Gibson and sons, Arthur and J. C., attended the association at Corrinth Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Smith called on Mrs. Roscoe Ellidge Wednesday. The women of this community honored Mrs. Gladinc Tatom, a recent bride, with a shower at the home of Mrs. Mandy Camp, Wednesday afternoon. After games were played the hjridc received .a largo selection of girths, then they went to the dining room where refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Camp and Mrs. Morrison. Laneburg Arl Daniell of Van Burcn spent the week end here and in Prescott, visiting his parents and relatives. Miss Isolyne Bolls left Friday for Conway, where she will enter Arkansas State Teachers college. Mr and Mrs. C. B. Weathcrington spent Saturday in Arkadelphia. Gradon Anthony of Murfrecsboro recently visited friends here. Miss Coral McCune has arrived from Fort Smith to teach home economics in tHc school here. Miss Blyn Bright visited friends in Texarkana Sunday. Miss Daisy Stephens of Blevins, member of the high school faculty, arrived Saturday. Edgar Daniell of Little Rock spent the week end with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. E. McLarty of Magnolia were Sunday guests of Mrs. C. M. Gann. RosstonRt.2 Farmers are very proud of the good rain received Friday and Saturday. Quite a few will sow fall grains for grazing and feed. A wonderful meeting is is session at Old Union church. Rc-v. Chris Barham of Pruscott baptized 14 Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Butler and baby visited relatives in Mindcn, La., the past week. Tilton Butler has gone to Blythevillc Ark., to pick cotton. Quite a number of our people were business visitors in Hope Saturday. We ;ire cautioned to be certain that our sins will find us out, but somehow or other they always find us in. —Pittsburg Gazette. li^I'lilllidiplliltANSAS 1 gaturcl&, OctBei' OUR BOARDING HOUSE fly AHERN PUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS A WEEK TO 6O #20 ;tH*4 iu c^wii'''*"' IN iH«o . •.TtVSAMt AS YOU ATES/ -*-T GOT TO TrA"BWrAfcO< TIRST, AN' I MNft SWITCHING ) CLAIM _.. TO A SITDlNe TO LHT TW / TU'Q '—B3 OUT LIMITED HAVETVV'WGVT O^ WAY-*—VFTHA.TS ,j — ;-- •*-"--•-. YOU GUY6 rAEASi/j> AsINT * VOUNTA\M f M LEAVE TV\" TWXNSON. . OPEN, SO WE CAN TOSS IN SOME WSH YOU ST/Wr § THE 0 ol T. «. PCG. U 3. PAT. on O 193* B/ NtA SCRVICC. IN • ' V PC THERtS'S TIME _J_/ A GUY O6N'f GIT \ NO FEATHER IN HIS 4 BONNET* PER BElN' WIDE AWAU6—THE LITTLE BOSS NOTICED THAT <3UV WASTIN' ELECTRIC . L16HT IM DAYTIME. I AN 1 TH' 816 BOSS WON'T. / 11/1 NOW, IF TH' 8«5 BOSS \ IS REALLY A BIS Guy, > HE'D APPRECIATE HIS OVERSIGHT B6»N'CALLED TO HIS ATTENTION, BUT, IF TH' LITTLE BOSS HAS GOT ANV Bl<3 STUPF IN HIM, HE WONT DO IT. FIGGER. THAT OUT. -01 . off. SILENCE IS GOLDEN Y'NWunvicc.-iiic.tO~b BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Good Morning to You! By MARTIN AHEM —-»^ 'A-? VOOR ANV- VOOR WOOVO VOO \.\Vt "WE. \\A\V?. CW^ OO ^Op VOLi , iO4>\ ^ iTWt WORD, VOtVX. «» VOV\ COO\-O » ALLEY OOP Trouble Brewing! By HAMLIN SO, OL. 1 CrUZ WANTS TSEE ME, DOES WE? BY WWIZZEEOOSKY, HE POM'T . WANT TO SEE ME ANY WORSE'N I WANTA SEB MlW-TH' WAP2T-WOSEP OL'CLUBFOOT// ^^ST. MAKE A MONKEY OUTA ME, WILL ME? VVHEM I OET TO TH' PALACE,// VLL I'M GONNA TAKE THESE FUNNY LOOKINT DUPS AN 1 WRAP 'EM AROUND HIS NECK HEY, &AN6 ' LOOK AT OOP/, v.\c r MISS 'OOPS, t a 3 '© I93< BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. WASHTUBBS He'll Show 'Em! OH, MS STARS! THREE O'CLOCK -THE MORNING, ANP IT STARTS •^••RAIM-, K / ISM'T IT BAP swouan TO LIVE OKI TURWIPS, ANJD V\ WEAR RAGS, AND SLEEP IN A BARREL, WITHOUT X ,\\J THIS CDMFOWDEP_RfilM? J?^~ l Z3r \ A-V I .TELL VDU, I'VE SUFFEREC>\ TILL IT HURTS. THIS IS V THE LAST STRAW. 1 WON'T *>UT UP WtTH THIS MISERY AMY LOKJGER WOTTA > V'<3UNMA PO ABOUT IT? WRITE A LETTER TO TH' WEATHER \'\ L <HOW YOU' JUST WAIT/YIF wu CAN/ VL CA?? A CHECK'. VLLRAJSB J CASH ,—, SOME MOMEV. _..,._ . CLOTHEs,::-i B WAIT. J( BUDDIE, YOU:( MONEY.i Ml«f FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Disturbing Element! ! (-1 1934 BY HCA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Off,Jft,^'i By BLOSSERfl HEY, HOW ABOUT TH<3SE HORSESHOES f 'vVHERE ARE YA GOING •2 WHV, 1-ER... I'M SORRY! i ALMOST FORGOT 1 WAS SUPPOSED TO BE. WORK- IMG .V y V/HAT'S THE r -«^ MATTER, SONWM1?.CAMEROW / YOU'RE SHAKING LIKE A PLATE OF JELLY ! BIFF,I MEAIU HAVE You... HAVE YoU EVER HEARD OF LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT 2 ''/«G£gZ .:(">, --':!*,.. ^ /• THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) SWELL... BUT A SECOK1D LOOK IS A GOOD IDEA... AND SOMETIMES A CURE.' S, I THREW A HORSESHOE OVER MY SHOULDER,FOR LUCK...IT BUSTED A WINDOW, AND THERE SHE WAS! SHE WAS...THE GIRL,! MEAN! I DON'T KNOW WHO SHE IS...NEVER SAW HER BEFORE...THAT'S WHY I WAS RUSHING OUT.... TO FIND HER ! s SHE'LL KEEP, SON! BUT ROCKWELL^ MORTIMER STILL WAKITS HIS WAQS SHOD,,.AND You've GOT TO SET THEM! so,FOR THE TIME saiws, LET'S STICK A FEW POTATOES ON CUPID'S DARTS! THAT PESKY LITTLE RUNT HAS UPSET ENOUGH APPLE CARTS.' Av.-VA/s. %ct S^P / ^•^r.^atUygiaF Beware a Woman Cheated! By COWAN GANG DECIDES TO USE EAPIH' LIU, THE OKUE-- DE.VIL. PAPACHUTE JUMPER, IN THE SCHEME. TO NAB LONG'S MONEY I DOM'T SUPPOSE THAT NtQK FIGUQES THE JOB MIGHT BE. TOO TWCKV TOR UIH TO HANDLE, CHANCE 7 THtBOSS 1 OH, DOCS HE? WELL.MOW, WA^fTS T'SEE/ ISN'T THAT OUST TOO YO"J,UL /LOVELYI t SUPPOSE HE'S SUDDENLY THKT I'VE <=,Q«tTH\N& COMIHG AW.FEPGIT IT, UL_THIS JOB HE'S GOT LIMED UP FEQ YEZ, WILL FIX YA FEQ LIFE. WELL.,I'M GIVING HIM SOME.TWMG STPp-\GHT FROM THE SVOULDER-VOU CAN TELL TWATf DCXjgLE-CPOSSlHG YEGG THW IM THROUGH WITH AMD MIS SHADY SCHEMCS , / -AMD THAT GOES FO& YOU,TOO, WEASEL. 1 ,

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