Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 6, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 6, 1937
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?t?AK«^-, ?;?« Wr •#• STAR, More You tell, the Quicker You Sell" RATES t&afr->c mini, minimum Mo » l ttH*»-3H« word, Mitt. 59C /Sfat tfMe*-«c word, minimum 90c month (26 tunes)— iSc word, i^-f (t, 1 - i art lot continuous lnMt» Only. fi toaklng word count, disregard {IkssHicaUon nurUe such as "F°r jbayfot SttJe," etc.—this Is fsec. Sat each initial or name, or com§3*16"'telephone number, counts aJ ; * full word. For esuiuple: ' '• WOK JRENT— Three- room modern " " apartment, with garagot to, Batgain. J. V'. 9939. Total, J5 words, at Zc word, Me j$t oae tlmci at 3k« word, 53c tor initt* times, etc. «UT£: All -tilers placed by telephone are due and payable upon a* bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered '?'• Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing "•. • 'thirty years experience f fl. R. Segnar 12U S. Hervey fnone 171W '« 5-4-U Tddfty'4 Aniw«fl »* CRANIUM CRACKIUS Questions on Page One 1. The battle of Gettysburg was fought in the summer, not in the spring; the other statements afe true. 2. 24 multiplied by 24, plus 24 and divided by 24 will equal 25. 3. The circumference of a silver quarter cioilar is three inches. 4. The letters of "cheat" are rearranged to spell "teach." 5. The daughter is four years of age now. Traffic Study Required RACINE. Wis.—I/P)—High school students of Bacine have a new required subject—traffic safety. One period a week is devoted to the studies of physical and mental characteristics of the driver; driver and pedestrian responsibilities; sound driving practices; social and economic value of the automobile, and how to drive. COTTON LOANS QUICK SERVICE IMMEDIATE PAYMENT TOM KINSER Hope, Arkansas SERVICES OFFERED—New or re•• newal subscriptions to any magazines. ' Special for Christmas gifts, bee (Jharles 'Keynerson at the City Hall, Hope. 4-litc Hempstead County Mattress Shop builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Worn and material guaranteed. 'UH \VeSt fourth street. Vijone ^aiil Cobb, 853-J. ^-tlc t-or Saie FOR SALE—B. D. Mosley farm 1V:> mile from city limits on old Fulton road. Farm consists of 160 acres high state of cultivation suitable for farming or stock farm. Has deep well water and running water year round on farm, guiidings consist of one large 5-room house, one tenant house and necessary out buildings. Price ?4,000.00, with ?5UO.OO down and long term balance. Write or see Mrs. B. D. Mosley af above address. 27-12tp FOR SALE—Nice country home, modern; one acre land, 5 blocks from corporation lint near highway 67. S>ee W. £. Bruner, Hope, Ark. 3-3tc For Rent FOR RENT—3 room apartment. Private entrance, garage, 215 South Washington. Phone 241-J. 4-3tp INSURE NOW With ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance Call Harry Phone 148 Call Harry I'll pick up your laundry. HARRY PHIPPS Lost LOST—Gold bar Pin on streets of Hope. If found return to Hope Star. A reward is offered. 4-3tp Wanted WANTED—Tractor work. See me about your fall plowing. E. L. Padgett Route 1, Hope, Ark. 5-3tp Salesman Wanted WANTED—Farmers or farmers sons over 21 years of age with good car to travel in the country. Steady work Write for particulars. G. C. HEBERLING CO. Dept. 43 Bloomington, 111 4-3tc Help Wanted ADDRESS ENVELOPES HOME FOR US. GOOD PAY. Experience unnec essary. Wonderful opportunity. Every thing Supplied. Nationwide Distribu tors, 401 Broadway, N. Y. 6-11 Logs, Blocks and Bolts We are in the market for White Oak, Overcup, Burr Oak, Red Oak and Sweet Gum Logs. Round Sweet Gum and Black Gum Blocks, Oak, Aph and Pine Bolts. For Prices and Specifications Apply to Hope Heading Company PHONE 245 0Ufc BOARDING HOUSE» Major Hoatii* Out OUR WAY By WILLIAMS MY WOWtf, -SJA^OKJ / Y6U SAY MY SlSTErft LI2.2.I6 PACK6D HER GRIPS AMD LBPT "POSTHASTE BEFORE AMYOUS WAS AST) ft? MAW/ THi&M PREPAKE ME A BASlW <3£ MOT WATER/ UMF-F-^ KJOW THAT THEY HAVE 6£RVEC» TMElR PURPOSE, 1 WILL ttGMOVS THE SYMPTOM^ OP SPCTTTEP PEVER PROM MY •FACE~~KAFF-KAFP-F/ HM-M~~-THE WIMBLE Ml WO OF A HOOPLE CAKJ BRSW A SCHEME TO cSET P.1O OP AWY.SCOURGE/ 'X v'X'"'x:'> •<>y/^4. '%%2>% mi PUT eeM ftet? s'pTaT^ oM YO fSAcse T<3 £>CAR£= Yt3 £MSTAH ,£JUT OB t>E HOUSE? M ^•B, SAH/ T/SH"T(SH- AH'LL BET vo WIPE WOULD GIB PLEWTY fO KWOW HOW TO A HOOPLE LIKE PAT/ I \v N OP HIS tPEAS' "^y ^ - WOP.KED=- V- j! J 7=Jy r 8YNEA / iE»V 1 ci; 1 NC: / T. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES i. PAT. OF?,. ALL AMP' HOSPITAL. BILLS PAIP -^ WMUT PWRi SHOP FOOTBALL TWO OFF K-VERV PAY TO PRACTICE / "Opal Is the Goat Orville W. Erringer Hope. Ark* Representing u Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositors Corp. ROPER ^^^^^^^TlUO[iM*»"^^^^^^^^^^ rauviurr. § (VQJHOMMK "America's Finest Gas Range" EASY TERMS Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 VOO 1'V.X. TO covX-tcT ALLEY OOP feLL, CAN'TGHA DO SUMPIN"? x K/6 CANT HAVE NO BI6 L1ZARPS j ^OMPIN' AROUND KERE WITH, TH' BLOO 6OOFU5.' WE'LL ALL BE .. KETOM 1 IT.' y\THiNKlN'f Is the Wizer Really Wise? By MARTIN ' WHHN I RAP 6U1 GET RIP OF OOP N 1 FOOZY, BV TELLIN 1 HIM THEIR QUEER SOUNPIN' TALK WAS A SYMPTOM iQFTH 1 BLOO GOOFLJS/T NEVER. PREAMEP THAT WNNV'P 6OT .A5NIFF QFTH S-MOKE.T . MOW r HAVE GOT MV HANPS FULL! LEMME5EE-J X GOTTA : l66Ee OUT SUMPIN 1 / mj^f > / SAV » COME T 1 THINK OF \T, / THIS IS A PERFECT SET-UP! \ NOW, WHY'NT I THiNKA. ^ THIS SOONER-? ^ NEVER f-AIMP . ., -. , ^ 7 x v , „ . N A LOTTA QUESTIONS-^ ARE V 1 PRAG6IM\WE'KE (3ONNA PUT NAE WAY OUT JTH' KIBOSH ON MERE? WHERE/THE BLOO ARE WE 1\ C3OOFUS OOlN'2 ) VBUSINJES?^ R? -•^J *« >.« y^T-i a, W '.'INC.' '. M7REa'u7s7pAT. OFF. WASH TUBES I .Creator of Operas } HORIZONTAL i IWriter of the , "Bing of the Nibelung." 12 Flightless bird *J3 Lions' homes, •|4 Epochs. 16 Public disturbance. 1? Utmost extent rJ8 Mathematical ' ierm. • 19 Maintained. Jii JJa'/ing left a Will. 23 Sun god. f^de crease. •28 Doughy mixture. 3? Local position- '33^0 peruse. 34 Wigwam. 36 52 weeks. 38 Musical note. 40 Ministers. 4S Calendar book 50 Bitter herb. Oleoresin. Answer to Previous Puzzle 53 A PP le center 54 Pedal digit 55 Ba 56 57 He ranks among the world's great -- s 58 He was by birth. VERTICAL 1 To vex. 2 Heathen god. 3 Dove's home, 4 Genus of auks. 5 Sudden- invasion. 6 Not bright. 7 Scripture. 8 Star-shaped flower. 9 Bird's home. 10 Silkworm. 11 To declaim. 12 He was the originator of music ——. 15 Sowed, 20 Driving command. 22 Tree fluid. 25 Morsel. 28 Devoured. 27 X, 29 Form of "be."* 30 Ocean. 31 Sailor. 35 Also. 36 Sweet potato. 37 Mineral spring 38To hurl. 39 Frozen water. 41 Singing voice. 42 Chamber. 43 TO percolate. 44 Tennis fences. 45 Black haw, 46 Wine vessel. 47 Maple tree. 48 Pattern. 49 Region. 52 To sin. BLOODED, FIGHTING MEN, vou/|| UUb Ai VVC. l_.*M<_-M ur »xf > ri •• mi /.V^i iSc txiMOA. TUSBS KID.VOU LETA PACKOF J YOURE. <INRA WE CATCH UP WITH THAT 1 WELL,! NOTICE , AAANGV MID&ET5 RUN VOU RAG.GEPJ Watt Sees a Chance to Get Easy \ By CRANE OUTA BPEATH / JESSE. fRJE"CKLES"Al^D'HlS FRIENDS Crash Slips Up By BLOSSER 'OH,IS THAT SO? WHV,VOU ^HEY, PIPE POWN. S Tl -EYEPSO-ANP-SO/IVL-J SOMEBODY'S COMIN6! ' I BETCHA.) HOLY MO5E5, HERE'S •s THE CHANCE I BEEN WAITING YOUR POOR PLAYIW A BAD ANKLE, THIS 1 YEAR., EH COME CVER BEHIWD THE GRAWDSTAWD A MWUTE,CRASH ! I HAVE A FEW -THIKK3S -[O TALK OVER WDH YOU.'WOTMAMYPDUKS KWEV/ NUTTY, JUME WAYMAN AMD HER DAD KWEW ABOUT IT....AWP "THEV DIDKI'T TAUk J SO THE OWLY OTHER OWE WHO COULD HAVE KKIOWKl ABOUT IT V/AS THE <3UY WHO IT FOR MYRA NORTH, 3PECIAU iNUKSfc THAT'S EI6HT ; BULL.' SHOW -' WHAT'RE YA GOK!MA DO? YOU GOT -THE YELLOW ALL WEOWO --1 WASM'T STUFF VEK OF/ HA-HA... TO FEAMEVA.' PLEASE OOU'T SHOOT .'I'LL GIVE VOU AMVTHIM& YOU HBE^—-—SIP^ * >.w-r-4WwBwM ..HP*- -~L" LUJ "A Rush Call for Jack Lane *f V0U A I W Tt» \fc____ I'M GOWNA SEWD YOU TD THE S BbTCHEIR SHOP FOR A PIECE. / WHAT ARE YOU GOWWA DO? OF STTEAK....SrTEAK IS EX' \ CELLEWT FOR BLACK EYES h WHAT TH T... ?!'. AIMT GOT A GUM THAT POCKET I By THOMPSON AND_COLL > '». I -*4 H , IM 1HE HELLO.' HEADQUARTERS? 1 WAWT SEEcbEAMT LAME- GET HIM QtJ, QU/CKLV,'

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