Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 8, 1937 · Page 4
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STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, November 8,19|7 m •*ftie Mow You Tell, the Quicker RATES Oiw Hm*-Zc wprd, tolahanttJ Me this* ttoes-3He word, fflla. 5te St* tiMw-fic wotd, minimum Me DM tnonlh (2$ times)— 18e word. mlnltnnm J2.TO Bates art fox continuous Insertions only. tit making wotd count, disregard daMtHeaUoti name such as "Foe Beftt,* "POT Sale," etc.— this is tee, Bat cash toitial of name, ot complete telephone number, counts as i (all word. For example: FOB flENT— Three- room modern furnished apartment, with carafe* dose in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, ilbone 9999. total, 15 words, at 2c word, Me tot »ne time; at 3%c word, 53c tor Uuceei times, etc. MOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon jiresentaUnn at bill. PHONE 768 Service* Of feted Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience fl. R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-U SERVICES OFFERED-New or renewal subscriptions to any magazines. Special for Christmas gifts. See Charles Revrierscn at ihe City Hall, Hope. 4-6tc Hempsteaci County .Mattress Shop buikis new cotton matlre&>es and rebuilds c-ld ones. Work and material guaranteed. 712 West Fourth street. Phone Paul Cobb, 853-J. 2-tfc Tadty't AftfWtrft »o CRANIUM Questions on Pag* Thw* 1. The state of Texas tins been under the flags of Spain, Frnnce, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the Southern Confederacy, and the United States. 2. British army privates are called "Tommy Atkins." The name was used ns a specimen name in army service record books. 3. The earth has four poles. In addition to the North and South Poles there are also the north and south magnetic poles. 4. The portrait of Alexander Hamilton appears on the U. S. $10 bill. 5. The boy made the sign rend, "What do you think? I'll shave you for nothing." "Jimmie, are you enting candy chewing gum?" she asked. "No." replied Jimmie. "I'm soaking a prune to ent nt recess." SI WEATHEREP AT VAL Male Help Wanted Can place an ambitious man or woman in steady, profitable, independent sales business with bright future, in Hope. Write J. R WATKJKS CO., 70-72 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis. Term. It WANTED—Tenant to farm on crop sharing basis. See George at George's Hamburger Place. 9-3tp For Sale FOR SALE—B. D. Mosley farm 1% mile from city limits on old Fulton road. Farm consists of 160 acres high state of cultivitation suitable for farming or stock farm. Has deep well water and running water year round on farm. Buildings consist of one large 5-room house, one tenant house and necessary out buildings. Price 54,000.00, with '?500.00 down and long term balance. Write or see Mrs. B. D. Mosley at above address.. 27-12tp Lost FOR RENT—Three-room apartment, unfurnished; one 4-room house, 510 each, Magnolia Addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 138-11. 8-6tc LOST—Gold bar Pin on streets of Hope. If found return to Hope Star. A reward is offered. 4-3tp LOST — Four H Club Pin, somewhere in Hope. Return to 507 South Pine St. Josephine Simmons. 8-3tp Wanted WANTED—Tractor work. See me about your fall plowing. E. L. Padgett, Route 1, Hope, Ark. 5-3tp Dried Fruit The teacher had forbidden the eating of candy and chewing of gum during school time. One day she became suspicious of a lump in Jimmie's cheek. OUR BOARDING MOUSE with «... Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY WHAT WA-5 TH' gie tHQUcSHT WAVE BACK CT TH' MAJOR'S t?oe>Biw<3 Ret? PAINT ALL OVER HIS FACE 2 H6 HAS COOKED UP ASAWY A S^UIRRELLV STEW IM HIS PAW, BUT THAT t>ISH OF PAIMT SPOTS WAS A CUCKOO FROM AMOTHER CLOCK / IF HE HAD A MIMD TO LOSE, I'D SAY,OFFHAND, THAT HE OUC3HT TO RUM AM AD IM TH' LOST AMD FOUND COLUMN f X YOU CAM LAY SEVEN DOLLARS YOU'LL }_^ HAVE LEFT WEEK'S. FAY CHECK,AFTER ''%% PAYING ME YOUR WEEKS •POCK CHARGES HERE, THAT IT'S SOMETHIMG ABOLJT MONEY-<•*-<-HE OWED ME SOMUCH/OMCE, THAT HE CAME TO HIS MEAL'S IN A t?lsaUISE/ SJWCE THEN, X DON'T PAY AMY MORE ATTENTION TO HI6 TRICK MASQUERATPES THAM 1 T7O TO — ^ A -PREVIEW MOVIE By WILLIAMS iKas 0 '^ sr.. Q •'2&%\ .'.'•• -^.-,.1 /C\ '^ /MLY WHEM HE DISGUISES .THE FACTS- , WQR.EY WAltT-— 1 IF YOU MAKE AS MUCH COMIN' BACK I TH' SOUTH SEA | li ISL^MDS ^5 YOU PO GOIN 1 , X WON'T GET/I MUCH SLEEP / TONIGHT. M - ^m^w^im^ ^^M^fel^. Q"^ gg^ s ; BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES 6EE .THAT CAN'T BE «*6HT f( )*' i" / 'i-; V V r-1 '> V A Pleasant Way to Look at It By MARTIN ''PHE success tlu.it hnd marked •*• George Weislv.riKlon's yoncral.- ship through most of the Revolution turned to gnni ck-fVai in 1777. That year was marked by the British capture of Philadelphia. and intrigues to remove Washington of his command. On Sept. 11. leading some 11.000 men. "badly armed nncl worst- clothed." Washington risked » pitched battle with superior British forces at the fords of Bnmdy- \vine creek, near Wilmington and was fortunate only to extricate his arm> in fairly good order. On Sept. 20 the British triumphantly matched into Philadelphia Congress, meanwhile, v fled to the interior of Pennsylvania and Washington WHS left to a tragic winter at Valley Forge. Defeated. ill-housed, ill-fed, "barefoot and otherwise naked," thousands of his men were at the point of exhaustion/ Harsh public opinion embittered the picture and the colonial Congress was loo weak to help. Yet Washington persevered, inspired his men, survived the winter to bring subsequent victory for tlir colonists. This was to prove 1he most critical period of his life. He is shown on a 1928 U. S. commemorative stamp, praying in the woods at Valley Forge that winter of 1777-78. irn|i.vriulil. IS'S'i. M-'..\ Si-rili-i.. .lin-.i -.$> U. S.-JS2S Valley Forge :V red U. S. Federal Judge HORIZONTAL 1,5 Recently appointed U.S. judge. 10 Pertaining to wings. 11 Made of oatmeal. 12 Greek letter. 13 Oat grass. 15 Sudden fright 17 Ready. 19 Bone. 21 Cover. 23 Therefore. 24 To say. 26 Eye tu;r.n r . 28 Docv.",r;-. 33 Pec, 1 i\\_;'.lx. 34 L.GV/ st,ir;w. 3G W:,;hr:i-ed. 37 Possessed. 38 Ceidar trees. 40 Dutch. . measure. 41 MonV;ey. 43 By- 4.4 Sailor. 46 Road. 48 Corded cloth. 50 Mire, 51 Musical note. :53 Insect's egg. Answer to Previous Puzzle IICIHIARIDWIAIGINIEIR AiRLslOlN SBAlLlMIAN AlC 54 Grc-.v teeth. ?,': :'•.•.:;, Arnorica C! i.-,i.;. 6i -•-•. 63 :i<; 64 President Uoos'ivclt appointed him to the Court. VERTICAL 1 Laughter sound. 2 Rubber tree. 3 Pistols. 4 Those who reveal God's utterances. 5 Pl.-inl:. fi To bathe. 7 IX-voured. 8 [-"rincipal meal of the day. 9 Hill crests. 14 He comes from U.S. 1G Ozone. 18 Peak. 20 Portico. 22 He is a keen of political economy, 25 Scatters. 26 To spill. 27 12 months. 29 Like. 30 Fruit 31 Age. 32 To stay. 34 To exist 35 Senior. 38 To eat sparingly, 39 Collection of breeding horses. 42 Measure 9t area. 4 r , Paid publicity. 47 Dreadful. •:-:> M.,-xk-an ''.oll-ir. 50 Hill of fare. 51 Word. 53 Light brown. 55 Organ of hearing. fifi Male pronoun 57 Colt device, 5!) Mother. 62 Pair. ALLEY OOP The Bad Bloo Goofus'll Gitcha Y.OOW 1 . AW-SOT, I'M HWO\K L. . 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. By MARTIN PAGGOW& IF OL' OIMMVS f.TURWIW' UP WITH SYMPTOMS OF BLOO GOOFUS AIWT COT ME WORRIED/ 1 551. WELL, V'NEEDW'T WORRY LOMG- 1 JUST WMEM VTHA'S WHV I'VE BROUGHT THOUGHT WE'D GOT \ OUT HERE T'HELP ME Fi STAMPED OUT BY SUMPlNJ WITH WHICH TO OITTlM'RlDOFOOP OET RIO C LIZAR.D ^/^n.'^: •^^'•"k ^-j -i D'YA THIMK WE'LL ( OH, WELL. WHAT IF IT DOES? ' I HAVE A HARD TIME \ A NIGHT OUT HERE - ... f FlUDlW'THIS STUFF?\ WOW'T HURTCHA • -\ IT'S GOMWA BE GITT'M DARK, PRETTV .V SQOM— LIKE. LIKE THEM BIG, UGLY BLUE , BLOTCHES V'GIT ALL OVER VUH WHEM V'GOT BlOO GOOFU5? ) WASH TUBES Alone—and in Danger By [YOU AINT G,OIW<S)ANP WHY AIMTI? IF IT WASWT FORTIW SHOOT EASY/GUY, WE'D BE THE OWNERS OF THE YOU? ^k^BONITA LUMBER .COMPANY TH •RY MINUTE BUT/ LISSEM^ IP BOTH WASH AWp EASV p| ARE OUTA CAMP, THERE'S • r OME PERSON U6FT! ^ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Reliable Nutty COME ON/BOYS. AT LAST WE GOT KELTON DAME WHE^E WE WANT HEK By BLOSSER BY A SIMPLE PROCESS ELIM; NATIOW , YOU MUST BE THE GUY WHO PC' LIBERATEUV TRIEP Tp BREAK MY MKLE^ ; wow WE'LL WOBODY SAW IT HAPPEW, CRASH j SO [.,'% YOU CAW SAY YOU l>;v/ WALKEP IWTO A DOOR .' NUTTY! i PI KWOW YOU WERE UP THERE / WHAT AF4E YOU DOJWG V/ITH THAT SAWP BAG? GOoH.YoU WEREKlV / FOFTTUWATELY I DIDN'T HAVE "S GOWWA DROP THAT J TO ! YOU WERE THE OUNCE OF /, ON HIM J WERE r/PREVEKTriONjELrr JUST IN CASE., YOU ? r-S 1 TWIS WAS TO BE THE. POUND OF CURE ,' COPR. 1837 Bt MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Action in All Quarters By THOMPSON AND COLL TO HER. CELL, AMD SJ^AK. IWTO THE - £UK.6EI2S( WHERE SHE. IS ^ALLIWG JACK LAWE AT POLfCE HEAO- THAT'S RIGHT, JACK- J'M CALLIMG FCOM VOW &OPEN)'5/ BI2IWO PLENTy OF MEM --THIS IS A PESPEEATE BLJ /dA/£? HUKIZV .'i LOOK DOC/ THAT SIGNAL LIGHT JUST WEMT OFF/ SOMEBODY HAS BEEM PHOMIWG FRJpM THE SURGERY UPSTAIRS, IN THE CELL BLOCK / SO / VA COULD FOOL ME / WITH THAI REVOLVES 1 GAG, EH K WELL,TH' \ BOYS'LL TAKE CARE ' VOU,' COME OM, BOYS -THERE'S 50WETHIMG FUWMV'iOlMG OW HBRE.LE'T'S 71 GATE.' I LISTEW. 1 THERE'S BLILL,veLLlM£> FOC U5 "|O COME UPSTAIRS/ V 1 3 '\ ft «?t t . *> if tt \ 1 t

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