Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 13, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 13, 1934
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* V ..,'%~ *" * * ' OUR BOARDING HOUSE HO^JB StAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS U..S. Army Chief JtOIUXOimtj An»wtr to PreTlou* 't}.' 8. ottcNtr )a the - picture? ? pronoun. iSTUbaUr plant " IS SUtehed. I* to employ. . 21 fcpttads as ' »n »TCh. tenons 23 Big noisy • storms. 2l Cupol*. 2tB*l&g, in the '* *bttr«ct sense, Carolina **»(d publicity. ««wit nt far* 37 Folding bed. 38 Afternoon. 39 To drink jovially. 43 2000 pound*. 4* To deposit. 45 Firearm. )i Stated •» wrdftgly. J* Rudely con- 35 Frosty. 3* Stiff breeze. paste. 48 He Is chief of of the V. S. army. 49 He has received many tor brav cry in action. VERTICAL 1 Puppet*. 2S«a. 3 Nettle rash. 4 To «ecur«. 6 Note in scale. 6 Daubs. 7'War flyer*. »To wander « about. 9 Either. 10 To glitter, 11 To wound painfully. 12 Befor*. 15 Barley 16 Essay. IS To squander. 21 To rob. 22 Explanation of a problem. 24 Payment demands. 25 tie Is a graduate of U. S. Military 27 To slumber. 28 To obsem. 30 Mud. 31 Ey* tumor. ' S2 Be««t of burden. 33 To perform. 34 Box. 35 Partially landlocked n*a. 37 Profound insensibility. 38 Ache. 40 Work of skill. 41 Inlet. 42 Away. 43 To make a. lace. 4« Card g»mt. 46 Musical note. 47 3.1416. Negro Missionary Conference Here ,Hpme and Foreign Society ', Draws District Representatives The" Home and Foreign Missionay Society of the West Arkansas confer, ence branch .convened in Hope Thurs- dajr with many negro representatives lere from all over the district The. wife-of C. V. Stinson of Mal- "vern, conference president, presided over-the meeting Thursday. A splendid session was held during the opening.'day. Among those attending were The wife of M. Hearne, president of the Hot Springs district; the wife of A. Runyon, president of the Magnolia "district; the wife of L. demons, acting; president of the Texarkana district. The wife of G. A. Smith, secretary the-wife of G. W. Blakely, organist the;Avife of S. P. Perry, the wife of L D. iec,-of the 'conference branch. Rev. J. W. Stinson, D. D., presiding elder'of the Hot Springs district; Rev 3. M.' Turner, D. D., presiding elder of ,the Magnolia district; Rev. S. P "Perry, pastor of Magnolia station. Rev. E. F. Davis, pastor of Waldo station; Revs. J. W. Beard and A. J. Rooks, evangelist. After the forma? opening and the jresident's address was delivered, the eports for the year were taken, with the following results: Hot Springs district, $114.25; Magnolia district, ?51.5G; and Texarkana [istrict, $20,30. . Each person present paid personal dues. A neat sum was | ealized for the opening day of the I conference. The local program and response was by the wife of C. V, Stinson. A sermon was delivered by Rev. 3. M. Turner, presiding elder of the Magnolia district. The wife of Gus Graves will lecture at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. TEACHER'S INSTITUTE Saturday, October 27th The institute for white teachers will be held at City Hall, Hope, Saturday, October 27th beginning at 10 o'clock. The institute for colored teachers is to be held at Verger High School building Saturday afternoon from 1 to 3 o'clock. ; This is to be a business meetinj; for each group. All teachers are expected to attend, directors and friends of education are invited. E. E. AUSTIN Co. Examiner Oct. 13-20 Sell ill Find Itl Rent Itl Buy BI , - ia the Hope Star Pl ace >, tie more yon ten. <k* quicker you *elL 1 time, lOc line, min. Me consecutive Insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad - 3 times, 6c line, min. SOc 6 times, 5c line, min. Me 36 times, 3V4e line, min, |2.1V (Average 5Mi words to the line) ads will be accepted with the understanding that tix» Bill ia payable on presentation of •fatemeat, before the firrt publi- citio* Phone 768 LOST LOST Key ring containing about 15 keys/between Christian church and South Main and Ninth street. Guy D. Holt. NOTICE WAKNJNG ORDER Spreen doors-Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas. F. H. Philbrick Plaintiff vs. Annabel S. Philbrick Defendant The defendant, Annabel S. Philbrick, is warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, F. H. I Philbrick. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 29th day of September, 1934. (Seal) DALE JONES, Clerk of the Chancery Court. W. S. Atkins, Ally, for Pltff. Sept. 29-Oct 6-13-20. FOB HENT: South bed room, with or without bath, phone 321. ' FOR H E N T—Three-room niccly- fumished apartment, private bath, private entrance. Garage if desired. Phone 66 or 284. ll-Stc FOR SALE Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co BARGAINS IN USED CARS. P. A, Lewis Motor Co. WaH Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. USED PARTS FOB ALL CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. FOR SALE: Nice home with 5880.00 Home Owners Loan payable $9.41 per rnonth. Equity $220.00 cash. See Floyd Portcrfield. 9-6tc WANTED WANTED TO RENT—From one to live years. Six room house with bath, garage, and place for cow. Leon Bundy, Call 21I-W. After 7 p. in. ~FOR TRADE -Good work horse for good cow or second hand car. L. J Hubbard, Sprudell, Ark. ll-6-3tp WARNING OlfbER In the Hempstead Chancery Court. Bessie M. Crocket Plaintiff vs. Millie Ayers, ft al Defendants The defendants Miliic Ayers, Arthur Brown and Gracy Brown, his wife, James T. Ryan and Cecilia Ryan, his wife, I. S. Pinkett and Phcnnclla Pinkett, his wife, Jack Bradley and Bradley, his wife, are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintif herein. Witness my hand and seal as clerk of said court on this 29th day of September, 1934. (Seal) DALE JONES, Clerk. Sept. 29-Oct. 6-13-20. WARNING ORDER In the Hempstead Chancery Court. Roy Pennington PUiintitf vs. Octavia Brewer Pc-nnington Defendant The defendant, Oct;.via Brewer Pennington, is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty daysj and answer the complaint of the; plaintiff herein. Witness my hand and seal un clerk of said court on this 29th day of September, 1934. (Seal) DALE JONES, Clerk. Sept. 29-Oct. 6-13-20. ; OctoBer 13 t 193 By WILLIAMS By AHERN OUT OUR WAY NO-TH' LITTLE 6UV GOT HURT, NOW TH/XT % TELL / ^ ^ v£ kNl "Ol/XlWDNI &BOUT TrV GOLD BUS sl 6UYGIT HURT AS I THOU6HT 1NMTAT1OM A. -RA.NK GPtADE OF.A.Y OH,SAY, A^OUT THE. ABOUT HURT? HE SAW IT. "RING? -DOESNJ'T EXPERTS. WOUUD CL/XSS^FY rr/ ^ BEFORE YOU COMNNtRCI^L. TYPE;, USED TOR CUTT\N\Cb I ^ "PIECE OF . OR -DRILLING /—"BUT /^ S ALT SHAKER J NOT WOPfTN rr LOOK A WATER, TAUCET BRASS TO YOU f THE INNOCENTT BYSTANDER r.». no. w,». wr. orr. 1 0-1 By MARTIN Kinda Low! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES >^mk>-is£= —Aii-V ,," -fe. •D 133« BY HCA SERVICE. IMC. T, M. ntO. U. S. PAT. PF_F By HAMLIN On With the Dance! ALLEY OOP ALLEY CAN WEAR MY UMPATEEDLE THIrJK GOTTA IDEA- 'LL SAY THEY GOT KINDA TORE UP, KNEWSUMPIN GO WRONG/ OHHHW -THIS IS AWPUL / THIS IS A FINE HOWDEEDO/ / THEY YOU IRRESPONSIBLE, &IG-M$UTHEO HERE I'VE GOT EVSCYTHIfdCr ALL I KINPA TORE CXTftA XTMAS H RI'&HT. NITWIT/ YOU CANT MAKBY TH' PRINCESS WOOTIETOOT, LOOKING LIKE THAT MIXKO FOR TH' W£D0(NG ( AM' YOU (fOTTA GO AN' &ITCHER WEDDIMO DUOS AL.U MES5gP UP/ SUIT? 4 GUZZY.' YOU'VE SAVED NE* SERVICE. T M. REG. U. S. PAT Off. Enough Is Enough! WASH TUBES AFTERMOOKJ, A DkjMIFlEP RAILROAD AM \ ^ECKOM HE'S HAD EMOUQH HARD KNOCKS, DON'T VOU. , OlSTURBINGiTMe PEftCC ; THE } AND BATTERY, RESIST/MG AKJ OFFICER, AMD AMA2IM6 WIRE. BOflRDMAM IN BOTTSVILLH HQOSE60W. RUSH PRIVATE CAR AMD WILFUL DESTRUCTION! OF PROPERTY. CHARGE, ED? WE OU6HTA POSUMPIW, t.:-^' V/A\ 0 ft ^ ICE. INC. T. M. BEG. U. 8. P*T. OFTj By COWAN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS UOOkT AT OUR MOTHER! THAT'S THE THIRD ITDOE5WT \ WELL, DID YOU SEEM FAIR , ) EVER HEAR FIFTY DOES IT J THOUSAND PEOPLE CHEERING A RECITATION IN CHEMISTRY, MOM ? „ MORE MONEY IN / NICE GOISJG, ( FRECKLES!! COACHING. 1 WHY, SOME TO TAKE BUMPS, /I'D RAWER L i/Mi/ I orreinrre? / COACHES GET AS MUCH AS $ 15,000 A YEAR ! MOST PROFESSORS PONT GET OVER $ 5000.... . WOW. 1 BESIDES, HE'S MADE ! HE'S BuT 2 M HE WANTS TO HIMSEU-- ALL-STATE HONORS THIS YEAR! MADYSIDE IS AN EASY, VICTOR OVER M1LFORD...I scope 2."? TO O !! ByBLOSSER Her Mind Is Made Up! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) '- -AND i AM SURE"i IT'S THE BC3T LIKENESS I EVER H^D TAKEN- I'LL SEND THIS ONC MOW T'PICK OUT A I'LL DO IT 1 , I'LL ANSWEO THIS MX.IF IDOM'T LIKE HIS \N\UU CLOSE NEXT _r-r- -••< T \ TT"^ i - .. •.. ~ ~ L_t- I O WIFE--' THERE! THAT OUGHT VDO THE TWCK . LOOKS, I WONT GO THROUGH , WITH IT- BUT I'D TAKE MIY GOOD MAN, IN ORPER TO v SETTLE DOWH IN HEC CIRCUS WN30N LIU, PAWxCHUTE OUtlPER, LfXST LEAt? BUT HOT IN

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