Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 9, 1937 · Page 4
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§F>< $:. m FOtm STAR, so, -ARKANSAS. - Mow You Tell, the Quicker Sell" OtHS Brie— Ze wo*d, minimum 30« IrturW times— 3M>« word, nlu. 50c SIS tttn»"-$c word, minimum Me Otie Month (28 times) —Ite word, minimum $2.71 Ue fot continuous toiet- wily. tft making word count, disregard tlassiilcatlon name such as "For ftent," "For Sale," ete.-this U toee. But each Initial or name, or com- $fet6 telephone number* counts as a full word. Fot example: POB BENT— Three- room modern ftUtaished apartment, with fattjft cKtse in. Bargain. 1. V. Blank, phofle 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, Me tot one time; at 3&e word, S3e for three times, etc. NOTE: Ail ^rden placed by telephone are due and payable upon itreseutattou at bill. PHONE 76S Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience £L R Segnar 120 5. Hervey Phone 171VV 5-4-tf Tuesday, November 0,1937 Today'* Aitiwi n I* (JftACKtftS QuosHijns ion Pnje Otic 1. T*vo Presitteftts were elected to Congress after completing their term of office—John Quincy Adams to the House and Andrew Johnson to the Se«nte. 2. Hirohito is emperor of Japan and Prince Fumimaro Konoye is premier. » 3. Some of the national pnrks are Bryce Canyon, Carlsbad Caverns, Crater Lake, Glacier, Grand Canyon, Hot Springs, Ark., Mesa Verde, Sequoia, Yellowstone, and Zion. 4. Two-dollar bills are supposed to be unlucky, a belief probably based on the fact that they are often passed for $1, costing the owner a dollar. 5. The daughter of my mother's brother is my cousin. a By Bruce Cation A New Picture of Thaddeus Stevens. SERVICES OFFEKED—New or renewal subscriptions to any magazines. Special for Christmas gifts. See Charles Reynerson at the City Hall, Hope. 4-6tc • Hempstead County Mattress Shop builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material guaranteed. 712 West Fourth street. Phone Paul Cobb, S53-J. 2-tfc Male Help Wanted Can place an ambitious nian or woman in steady, profitable, independent sales business with bright future, in Hope. Write J. R. WATKJNS CO.. 70-72 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 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 orstock 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 ?4,000.00, with $500.00 down and long term balance. Write or see Mrs. B. D. Mosley at above address. 27-12tp For Rent , FOR RENT—Three-room apartment, unfurnished; one 4-room house, $10 each, Magnolia Addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 138-11. 8-6tc If you've believed all of these years :hat Thaddeus Stevens was about the most despicable character in American istory, you're due for a startling bit of biography in Thomas Frederick Wootlley's "Great Leveler" (Stackpole Sons: S3.50). For here, for the first itme, the club-foot commoner is revealed as a generaly human sort of being. Stevens was the whip of Congress in his hey-day. It was he. it is siad, who eel Lincon to emancipation, fathered the 14th and 15th amendments and who finally brought about the impeachment of President Andrew Johnj son. Untiring, ironic, uncompromis- ; ing. he became in time n target of | hr ; ;red on Capitol Hill. And history ; has pegged him thu5. | But :Vtr. Wocdley chooses to differ with the verdict. He pictures- Stevens, instead, as a man of exquisite humor, ; charitable, intensely human. ' "The club-foot with which Thad- j deus Stevens was born offers a clue to the pattern of his life," says Mr. Wood ley. "Had he been able to accept it merely for what it showed, hisj life would have been fuller. But lacking experience and a background with which to judge it, its detrimental effect became enormously exaggerated, and before Stevens was old enough to view this deformity reasonably, it had eaten into the vtals of his ego, upset a normal emotional balance, and done irreparable damage." £o we have a Stevens of bitterness a man cursing fate. But withal a most active, dominant individual. And Mr. Woodley has brought the full force of his vigor into this book. It is not too much to place it among the most searching of the Civil War biographies—P. G. F. OUR BOARDING HOUSE; wfeu.,i ~ ^ <s HAD with « « v • Major Hoople He AD/ MlMf Y0U, POM'T US6 *AV B6sT UMeM T<DWfeUS fO WIPE THE SPOTS VOU WANT TO "RID Crt= A RELATIVE -~1 CURIOUS SPOT'S AklP LIZZIE iwa AT THE SA^XG TIME < WILL, OUT = BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES HEV^ OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS WHAT, MO COCONUTS c? THE RUBBER DUCK. 37 BY Nt'A SERVICE. INC. T. M. RCC. U, 8. PAT. OFF. OH. Lost STRAYED—From my place One Bi-own horse, star on face, weight 1000 pounds, 8 years old, festula on right shoulder. Rewafft if returned to O. L. Jeanes, Columbus, Ark., or call 371 Hope. 9-3tc. LOST — Four H Club Pin, somewhere in Hope. Return to 507 South Pine St. Josephine Simmons. 8-3tp Wanted 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. High Finance CE SiVb , AVV - OVS "• WtVN GOT Slick on Skates, Too MINNEAPOLIS — John Mariucci, Minnesota sophomore end, is destined to become one of the country's outstanding collegiate hockey players, according to Larry Armstrong, Gopher ice coach. Already he has turned down a contract from a big league club. Legal Notice It is against the Jaw to leave logs, etc., on the right-of-ways of State Highways. I am asking for your cooperation to rid the State Highways of dangerous and unsightly logs. CHAS. O. THOMAS, District Engineer, State Highway Dept. District No. 3, Hope, Arkansas. 9-3t National Insignia HORIZONTAL I Coat of arms Of , pictured here. 6 It was a highly country centuries ago. '14 To revolve. : 16 Dolphin. 17 Corded cloth. 18 Cost. 21 Finish. 22 Battering machine. 23 Bordering a coast. 25 Sweet potato, 27131. 28 Membranous bag. 29 To scatter. 31 Musical note. 32 Power of seeing. 34 Harkened.. 36 To combine. 38 Stream. 40 Harem. 42 Wagers. 43 Fetters. H To droop. 45 Sheltered plafe. Answer to Previous Puzzle 46 To devour. 47 Tiny vegetable. 48 Seasoning. 50 Postscript. 51 Company. 53 To appor! 55 Aiftrmativc vote. 56 Lodger. 58 Capuchin monkey. 60 This country's capital. 61 Important industry in this country. VERTICAL 1 Credit. 2 Hourly. 3 Newspaper paragraph. 4 To dose. 5 Preposition. T Native to Ireland. 8 To conceive. 'J Bc.hold 10 Wrath. 11 Buffoon. 12 Collections of Norse mythology. 13 To accomplish. 15 Age, 19 Sun god. 20 Court 22 It has been a . since 1911. 23 Bird's prison. 24 Meadows, 26 leaders in this country war against each other. 28 Perches. 30 Sketched. 32 Local positioni- 33 To jog. 34 Mortar tray. 35 Leaks. 37 Born. 39 Within. 41 Beer. 43 To thrive. 46 Oleoresin. 49 Nervous frenzy. 5u JTreo theater tk'k(:t. 5:; English coin. 54 Unit of work. 55 To be sick. 57 Upon. 59 Sloth. BUT , LOO\i \ 1O UKt TO TWwiE XOO TO A MOV)\E «»-ON>\_ I Cfc^'T DO THrXT. AKi' <?AV FOR TW TOO By MARTIN .- \_-vxx ALLEY OOP VOO ?A,V FOR YO V\A_ TAWc YOU COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, IMC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. HAW." DO I GET TH' Ll - BREAKS.'.'TH'Ol.' BOOB IS SLEEPIM'LIKEA &ABV.' NOW TOO My STOf-F- ^ m ,•<*»' WELL,GUZ-IT'S TOO PARIA THUMT FDR TH' STUFF TGEl RID OF DIKJNY - SO WE'LL f HAFTA BED DOWM FORTH 3T/ffi?&^i, The Diabolical Fiend ^^!!p^^;^p^ :; *" " ' • -'..- ^.''Ct ••-. f •vly WASH TUBES THESE NICE BLUE BERRIES- HCTTZlGOV.' By MARTIN COPR. 1937 BY NEA SEIWICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT, OFF. Stopped in His Tracks By CRANE LOOKEP IN EVERY ROOM?] KEEP LOOK.IN6, VOU BLIND JOQ\f>. SR££2e 19 AROUMC7 /^V ON, \ VOU TAKE ONE 5TEP TOWW2.O ME/ JESSE] WATT/AND I'LL BLOW VOUR, HEAD OFF? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS One Sock Did It ISAV/ CRASH DAVIS GO BEHIWD THE TRVIWG MIGHTY CRASH \HAROTD! HE'D MAKIWQ LlkE7DGET TROUBLE BACK OM THE TEAM AGAIW, HE'LL STOP AT NOTHJKIG DO IT! By BLOSSER HK FIGURES TO J HE PLAY.' YOU'RE j EM7ER . FIRST STRIMC5 J TAIWS QUAF2TERBACK, ) IDEAS AMD HE CAU'T / ABOUT PLAY UNLESS ) HAVIMC3 •^toU'RE TAKEW PUT FRECK JUST TOOK HIM OFF THE EKTTERTAIW MEWT COMMITTEE .' MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE A Long Gamble (T REALLY-HAPPENED IN TOOTBAU! ATTEnEp by Navy's powerful attack, Great Lakes Naval Train-> J»g Station was pushed back to its own goal line in that f-imoiK game of 1018. Will, only a yard to «„, Navy's Hill l!w, ' ,, ( o be , Midshipman coach, smashed through center a,vl fumbled! tVon , e on * pile of players emerged "Dizzy" Eileson, Great Lakes l»i,.k. the ball in I h' hands as |,o dashed toward Navy's goal, 100 yards away. Not a man stood between him and a toucJiilown. Suildcnly.as he r«u-h«J midliold an pxcited Navy substitute \m\\vA from the benrli. ran onto the field and brought fcilcson down with a (lying tackle. Navy's coach, Gil Dobio • latohdowD £hould bt ' "»•»«•• l, winning 7-(j. By THOMPSON AND COLL XS> HEAKT BEATS WILDLV AS jffe P«EPS OVE^ THE PAE- J AMD SEES TUB GAWG IM THE HALL. THEV'RE COMIKJ& HERE.' WO-.-lHEVRE HEAOIMO K>& HUEEV UB &OVS' BUU- DISCOVEEED SOME' 7HIKJG WIZOWG UP CELL BLOCK.' '5AV.' IT LOOKS AS IF EVEEV L\;vr OWE OF THEM is FOLLOWING VOM BODEM UP THE STAIRS/ THAT OWES ME AW IDEA.' T /THERE'S JUST AM OUTSIDE CHAMCF. \ \ THIS WILL WOIZH/ BUT \f- IT'DOESKVT, \ _J IT LL TAKE MORE THAW JACK AMD I THE WHOLE POLICE FOKCE TO SAVE J *+ \\' A % f s ft- 1

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