Iff;f F;;' ^f^ w ^' ''™< t ?fcWf**(; - • . C ; wr-*: * ;' r<v 0AGE FOUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, October 10/1984 I American Novelist OUR BOARDING HOUSE ByAHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS HORIZONTAL 1,1. 14 Author of "A Girl of th» timber- lost ' 13 Mother or father pursue Answer J7 Dried tuber* . of orchid*. SO Virginia willow 1| Poema. 21 Senior SIStcd bag*. 14 Greek letter ttPart of a . - mouth, i? Music drams* "41 Therefor 91 Striped cot' Mon fabric 14 Home of a beast II Hazards H Fro*eti water III Opposite of . * , aweathtfr '.!• Her- books reveal * remark •ble Knowledge of and bird I If* 41 Postscript 42 Passers-by 44 Person seized as a victim. 46 Ill-bred pei HUMS. 6(i BlHdb uf grails 62 Unit 54 Snare u6 She wai< a highly trained VBRTM'AL j Worthier finery 1 Sea eagle 3 Meshes of laces. 4 Half an em. 6 Related 7 To give uullcn 8 Toward 9 Journey 10 Atlar "' 11 A want 12 Her lot 13 MlMctd fly 15 TQ grato harshly upon. IS Win* of a deed. l» Snaky fish 24 Devour*. 26 Johunj>c«k«. 2* Buckets 29 Otherwlto 3U Garden it-riji Ing tool. 33 In indUpoied M Low »and hill 17 Public •mili«- meat building 3».To remunerate 4V Attempt. 42 Fairy 43 Warbled 44 By 45 HMt«o«d. 47 Ttro put*. 48 Call (or hel. at ««a 4$ Manculln* pronoun 51 Italian river 52 ExcUoiatluu uf surprise > <*»» taking natural63 Ue)t>. history -—• 55 Street Oak Grove .There will be a pie supper at this place Friday night October 12, the public is envited to attend. There will also be music. •Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sanders and family of Centerville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Burl Ross and family. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Collier called od Mr. and Mrs. Elbert O'Steen Sun•day afternoon. Miss Kattie Jackson and Ludie Al' len> spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee Allen and little son, David 1 Mrs. Dora Jackson and daughters, Bamma and Audrey Ross and R. L. May spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sparks and family. Miss Catherine Ross was the Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Collier of Shover Springs. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy ttl , la the Hope Star Market Place the more you tell, the quicker you sell • ' 1 time, lOc line, min. 3to Ifar consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 tunes, 3!£e line, min. f2.fl Coverage 5% words to the line) NOTE— Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that tht bill la payable on presentation of statement, before tha first publication Phone 768 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Collier and children spent Sunday with'Mr. and'Mrs. Burl Ross and little daughter, Barbara Ann. Mike Purtell and daughter, Lois, spent Sunday with Mrs. Frank Mullins and family. . . •' Miss Rema Nell Mullins was .the Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Eunice Reece. Miss Catherine Ross spent Friday night with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lee England of Shover Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ross and daughter Jewell, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Collier and family of Centerville r Dinvell Ross spint Sunday with Gilson Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sparks and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Jones an dfamily of Ccnt- erville. Miss Catherine Ross spent Wednesday with Miss Darlecn Sanford of Hope. Mrs. Jim Spinner spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Frank Mullins. : Mrs. Burl Ross called on Miss Catherine Ross Saturday morning. Miss Catherine Ross was the supper guest of Miss Hattie Jackson Thursday. ' , Union Screen doors—HOIKS Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT FOR RENT: South bed room, with or 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 HENT— Bedrooms convenient to bath, close in. Mrs. Bob Chamberlain, 418 East Second Street. 5-3tp FOR SALE Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. BARGAINS IN USED CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. Sunday school was organized at this place Sunday with an enrollment of over 80 pupils. Our Saturday night singing is progressing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Buston and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Copcland, Mr. and Mrs. Chtser Almond spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives near Old Siloam. Miss Christine Butler spent Sunday with Miss Odell Manning. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mattison Sr. spent the week-end with their children at Stephens. Mrs. Birdie Smyth and daughten spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs Charlie Carlton and daughter. The canning kitchen at Bodcaw has been very busy the last few weeks, canning peas and beef. Mrs. Howell Herring is the supervisor. Miss Marie Tye spent the week-end at her fother's C. H. Carlton. Bodcaw High School quartet wil' give a musical program at Blufl Springs Friday night, October 12, admission 10 cents each or 35 cents for a family. Everybody is invited to come. Arlis Spencer, Carrol May, W N. Bailey and Howell Finchcr compose the quartet. Miss Beatrice Carlton spent Sunday with Miss Gladys Smyth. Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Fusion and daughter, and Miss Maggie Carlton were Hope visitors Saturday. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. USED PARTS FOR ALL CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. FOR SALE—Pears 75c bushel or 40c half bushel delivered. Phon 1«6. 26-3t Cabbage Plants, Onion Sets, Vetch, Winter' Grass, Bulbs. Monts Seed Store. 3-6tc^ FOR SALE: Nice home with S880.00 Home Owners Loan payable $9.41 per month. Equity $220.00 cash. Sec Floyd Porterfield. 9-6tc WANTED FOR TRADE—Good work horse for good cow or second hand car. L. J. Hubbard, Sprudell, Ark. U-6-3lp WANTED—Furnished house. H. L. Merrill, New Capital Hotel. 8-3tc LOST LOST—White liver spotted female pointer, eight or nine months. Small, Stoutly built. J. H. or J. C. Porter- iield. 9-3tc Willisvillie P.-T. A. met Thursday at 2:30 p. m. with the body repeating the Lord's prayer. The president asked for rail call and program read for next meeting. First on the program was "The Object of a P.-T. A.— By Ed Holloway. Sccond^Name and give duties of the officers of the association—Mrs. Bryan Warmaek. Third — General suggestions for the meeting.— By Mrs. Paris Atkins, Mi->. Carry WarmL-k, Mrs. Lee Waters and Mrs. Effie Kellogg. Fourth— Was a report from the two ladica that visited the school to see the needs. Reported good order but quite a few need.> such as maps, globes and erasers, which was discussed by the body and a motion with a second for the P.-T. A. to buy these neds WHS voted unanimously by the body, The P.-T. A. is Hiving a pie supper Friday night October 12 in the gymnasium. also a carnival Halloween night October 31, spnsored by the P.-T. A. The public is invited. 1 ALWAYS SATO TH fAA3OR WAS, BATTY, "BUT VAES SO F/VR GONE,NOW, IF YOU HIM AN ACORN, HE'LL CL\MB UP A TREE TO HIDE IT / WANTED ME TO INVEST wrm CA.KE. CANDLE; 'BQSINESS- I'LL BE cbETTlN' OUT OF HERE "BEFORE HE , STAPrtlS SWINGIN'ON f CHANDELIERS/ 7'AT'S FUNNV rPE6PLE-IF-y0U DO A TWlNOt EASY, THEV DQNT LIKE \T? NOW IP I GOT UP AN' MOVED THIS CHAIR, AN'STOOD AROUND IK) MISERY, WHILE VOU SWEPT, THEM WOULD YOU LIKE ME TO TAkB TH6 EASIEST WAY OF GETTING YOU OUT OP HERE? A SWAT ACROSS TH 1 SEAT OF THE PANTS, WITH THIS BROOM— HAH? NO DANGER Or- ANYBODY GtTT\N6 LOOSE TH YOU GOT ON TVAAT ^300,JAK£/ I HEALTH* SILVER _ \N YOUR TEETH HOW HE <9cnr IT / ' ETHER TO <5tT THE $300 "FROhA JAKE THATS DIFFERENT. Quite a Choice! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES 1 . Ttt GAWACit SWtVV--lM SO\N OUT A WC <y? FRt«>n A\^''. YVNO't A CWS RtAOY FOR Nte IM \5 MVNlUTE'b ,VAO\\A.YA> ? ? OH , 1U. at AVX ev ^ 50, V*00\.O YOU CATC. , e>v?oo<bHAM OR ByHAMLIN ALLEY OOP A Lesson in Sportsmanship! NCHA/,LET THIS BE A L655OM AW-WHATER YOU YOU'RE A FINE BUNCH OF SPORTS,AINT6HA? At.LA YOU SI& ' 1 UP ON rweee LITTLE 6-UYS/ I'M GOWN A PO PLENTY 'BOUT TO YA f NEXT TfME^VOU GUYS •* °f iw*£M -/-/I --.-. wjtS-VTS; "r'.-r PICK ON A CROWD YOUR> SIZE// IT/ HOWZIS VO '&OUT IT? FOR A SAMPLE '*. C)-|93« Bt NE» SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Of F '" ''* '—~——.VSSTO Twice in the Same Place! WASH TUBES MV STA RS! AKJD Y SURE. HE GETS VOU GOT AWAY WITH) WWOA SORE,BUf IT, TOO? TT-^/ JUST 6O IMAM' OBOV/ GIMME SOME HAM'M' E66SKl STEAK 'M'CHICKEM HEY, COME OM, V NOT OM VOUR LIPE. . IP EASV I ALREADY TRltD CASHING CAM GET AWAV fv CH ECK<5 IM THR TOWKl. VWTH IT. SO CAM A RACkH? TO WAVE TH' CASH OK) T, MISTER. I'LL HAPTA GIVE YA A r CHECK. •EATALLV'WAMT; I FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Other Way Around! WAIT A MINUTE .' LET ME TALK, FIRST.' DO You KNOW A NAMED DODO BENSON "P VJE.LL, HE y/AS ISI HERE .' I SAW HER. BIFF... I SAW HER. 1 AND HER NAME IS SURE, HE'S MY HISToRr , TEACHEPJ'S SOM...;WEHT OUT FOR FOOTBALL LAST ; YEAR, BUT WAS PUT OFF THE TEAM FOR MORE POWER / HE ALSO ASKED HE SAID IF HE SAW WITH HER A6AIW, HE'D PUNCH YOUR SIOSE X BLACK YOUR EYE. ETCETERA .'.' HE DIDN'T MEAN ETCETERA— HE MEANT VICE VERSA.'/ A HE DIDN'T HESITATE TO SAY TO HIM.' THAT'LL ME To TELL YcO THAT HE HAS Mo USE FOR YOU, AND WANTS YOU TO KEEP AWAY FROM HIS GIRL.... SAID HER NAME V/AS BETTY MORTIMER ! HE'S GOING OUT FOR YOUR POSITION OW THE TEAM By COWAN THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Hard to Choose! US TEN, PUNT'. YOU'LL TAKE CODERS, AND LIKE IT 1 , YOU GO TOTOMPKINS' VER BY CRACKV! HAVE B--ABOUT/ THEY T5E FC WHEN TW<E OUR ADVICE, LOOK WHAT HAPPEt IC.D WF.E DIDN'T BEAT IT T'CLINT WARl> WHEH WITH ANOTHER AMD MAKE YOUR HE MARRIED A BLONOE\ COBNERS AND GET THAT BlflNDC A BWMET TILL AFTER BLEACHED HER HAIR! KNOW WHAT'S HEW-THY IN H\S CHOkCE OF TO 5HA12E. THE JOY OF HIS GOOD FOPTUNE.
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