Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 12, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 12, 1935
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V Italian Explorer .\nswei* to Previous f tizzle fr ID Chain of rocks 1 ttt Water, ll 646 Who hirss. Version his name. liBmgreett 1 tree. I? Structural wn j t> 38 To scold. IS "fo tace toward 41 Musical note. 20 Sorrowful. 42 To make lace. „ 31 Narrow 32 Heady. i4 To rescue. 2S Carbon in 47 Fold of thread siftoKe. 49 Locket ornament. 51 Network. T.IA1SIT.JY valley .,., Cry for i lc]p . 45 Mesh ot lace. 29— backed his journeys. ;ll Prevaricator. 33 Before. 34 Platform. X» 53 Quantity. 54 Pronoun. 53 Branch. 36 Form of "be." r>7 Devoured. 37 Go on (music) 5S He landed at 3S Pussy. . VERTICAL 1 Crinkled fabric 2 One who inherits. 3 Scarlet. 4 Provided. 5 Pricker. G Lubricant. 7 Vessel's bow. S Skirt's edge. 9 Erbium powder. 13 Plant shoot. 14 Unequal tilings. 16 To harass. 18 Floating ice sheet. 19 Bugle signal. 20 Bustle. 21 Hottentot instrument. 23 Sentinel duty. 25 Dye. 26 By way of. 27 Peer. 2S He is burted at the Cathedral of —— 29 Drunkard. 30 Convent worker. 32 Extended. 34 Rodent. 35 Male. 38 Beret. 40 Jewel. 42 Children. 43 Koran chapter 41 Slovak. 4C'E.ve fluid. 4S Bird. 4D Public auto. 50 Constellation. 52 Street 54 Upon. 5fi Doctor ot medicine. '• r &* gi- ir 5r sr Rocky Mound Mrs. Fletcher Easterling and children spent Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jordan. «i'., ,. _ ~ 7" . c . , Mrs. E. O. Rogers and daughter, ; Miss Fay Pickard spent^ Saturda> Dorjs Mrs Leonard Higgason, called ]V nidit with Mrs. Cloe Stroud of Hope on Mrs Elston Messer> Monday . ^ and attended singing at Prescott Sun- Mrs Harold H iggason called on Mrs. k''«day*" ' Deward Silvey a while Sunday after- fl s Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Steed of Prescott nocn S ca4ed on Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hunt and Mr ' and Mrs Alfred Bearden and s? /baby awhile Friday of last week. f u t Wednesday with Mr . and J i.,^Miss Dorothy Henry of New Hope Mrs / B J to Bearden. I 'spent Friday and Saturday with her Mrs Henry Fickard called on Mrs . ^sister, Mrs. and Mrs. Cecil Rogers^ Jeans Wednesday afternoon. i> and baby. They accompamed her ^ purtle ^ u Monday and /..back home Sunday and spent-the day.^^.j WJth their sister Mr and t, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bearden and Mj . s Nolgn Lcwallen o f Green Laseter. " family spent Sunday with Mr. and Misf . Fgy Pickard called on Mrs . ^ Mrs. E. O. Rogers. Barto Bearden Theursday afternoon, i -. Mrs. Andy Jordan spent Saturday E body rem cmber Sunday school' <•{ afternoon with Mrs. Cecil Rogers and • 'baby. Mrs. John Bill Jordan and little son -. HarDld Weaver spent Saturday with 'her mother, Mrs. Luther Mitchell. Miss Francis Monts spent last Wednesday with Miss Fay Pickard. > Mrs. E. O. Rogers, Mrs. Henry , Fickard and Miss Doris Yerbrough , called on Mrs. Andy Jordan last Thursday. at this place every ! o'clcck. Come and i \vith you. Sunday at 10, bring someone. U Sell IU Find It! Bent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star MARKET PUCE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell i time, lOc line, min. 30c For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one a<? 3 times, 6c line, min. 50« 6 times, Sc line, min, 9Qc 26 times, 3«sc line, min. J2.76 (Average 5Vi words to the line) N0TEr-Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bift is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication Phone 76& Holly Grove Mrs. M. E. Atkins of Battlefield is, visiting in this community. j Ralph Jones, grandson of Mrs.' Shapley of near Blevins, passed away Tuesday, October 8, and funeral and burial services were held at Marlbrook Wednesday. The many friends this community extends deepest sympathy to Mrs. Shapley and family. Misses Euna Mae, Helen and Dorothy Garrett spent Sunday with Miss Beatrice Hembree. Mrs. Maude Elliott spent Sunday with Mrs. R. T. Hembree. Mig'ot Be Worse "What do you think of our two candidates for mayor??" "Well. I'm glad only one can be elected."—Toronto Globe. Legal Notice COMMISSIONER'S SALE MALE HELP WANTED "^P^.^ ,:^L^ e ; <™!? s ^^^^r^''^i^^: th NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decreta <v Jer of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, made and entered on the 3rd day of October, A. D. 1935 in a certain cause (No. 2953) then pending therein between The Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, Missouri, A corporation, complainant, and T. J. , names, addresses for distributors, good p0y, experience unnecessary, .write ' stamped addressed envelope .Mutual ^dvtrtking Service, 370 Lexington Avenue N. Y. C. 12- FOR RENT 1 FOB RENT—Bedroom, adjoining ' bath, private entrance. Mrs. W. R. Chandler, 402 South Pine. Phone 906. U-6tc FOR RENT—Three or four room furnished apartment. Private hath and garage. Phone 291. 220 North Elm stret-t. ll-3tc NOTICE $50.00 REWARD Stolen from our pasture, milt East of Hope, near John Cornelius. home, the last week in September 1$35. One big Jersey cow. Brandcc X On left hip. $50.00 reward for arrest and conviction of theft. Brian & Company. _ 8-titp NOTICE— $5-00 Reward for on'. 1 clar!< hx>rse mule weight 10UO Ibs. 6 year:old. Long leg:;. Strayed from my farm 6 miles last of Hope, October 1. 1935 R, M. Briant. llJ - 3l ! J FOR SALE ' FOR SALE—Have your Christina Photos made- now while the October Special is on. This offer closer ot October 30th. THE SHIPLEY STUDIO HOPE. Ark KJ-liU: undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public •endue to the highest bidder, at the rant door or entrance of the Court House in the town of Washington, Arkansas, in the County of Hemp- btead. within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, the flth day of November, A. D. 1935, the following described real estate, to-wit: The East Half (E'-j) of the Southeast Quarter i'ES',j) of Section Five 15), the North two-thirds (N 23) of the Northwest Quarter (NWVi) of the Northwest Quarter (NW|) of Section Nine (9i, the East one-third (E 1 3> of the Southeast Quarter (SEVil of the Northwest Quarter (NW,i) of Section Nine (9); all in Township Fourteen 04) South, of Range Twenty-four OA) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing in all one- hundred and twenty '120) acres, more or lei.s, in Hernpstead County. Arkansas. TERMS OF SALIr. On a credit of three month.s. the. purchaser being icquired to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of ;aid Court in said cause, with approved security, boarinfe interest i;t the nite of 8 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a Hen being retained on the premises .sold 10 secure the payment of the.- purchase money. Given under my hand this llth day '.! October. A. D. 1935. DALE JONES Commissioner in Chancery Oct. 12. 19. 26. &v;' " t CARDING M6USE t, ^j ' H ^ fS HGJ>& ARKANSAS fiy AHERN OUT OUR WAV Saturday. October 12, By WILLIAMS TAKING TV\W I CsAVB YOU, TO CVA\U Ot'S LUNCH WAGON TOR ^ tAEAV. OY- TRIED _ A BUCKET ,TO ^ riTr _ r ,, rr.-DOYOU KNOW WHAT VOL) t)\t> c ?-^E<bAt5,YOU ATE T^RCXb WOULTD HAVfe WON \N TV-V TO "DO BUT FROG $500 A GULP (?) 1935 Bt Nl» SIWCE. INC. I. M. RIG. U. S. PAT. Off, /WHATDO YCXJ i / CARS WMATHS ./SAMS,. MAk6'HIM / GET OUT AkID , ,1 HBLP — ITS A i \ MAW<3 OR BQVS JOS, AWV LOOK AT SUCH A. __. .,_, [INJ'TM'LADIES . PER owce/ UP TM6CE / I 60T A APPOIMTM6WT , AM MSKJ IS EQUAL TILL 10-12 <3eT<3RAy. T. M. WO. U. S. PAT. Off. IP) 1»3S BY NEA SERVICE. INO. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES What Chance Has Steve WE , ^'SO^ '. wkfc . SEX. by MARTIN •«_ T. ALLEY OOP Unpleasant Bathing Companions By HAMLIN WHEW OH, DIMNV MOW, WHERE IS THAT BIG, DUMB BRUTE 7 PLES10SAURS. jjkfe^Ft' Tfrr MEANWHILE, THE HUGE FLVlMG- REPTILE CARRIES ALLEY FARTHER AMD FARTHER AWAV - WASH TUBBS Pandemonium By BLOSSER BOO/STOue OUR TREASUREJ76UA.RDIU IT, AW'HE PELL ASLEEP/ CHEST'S EMPTY' FRECKLES ANP HIS FRIENDS CRASH, V^fT' DID TELL ME THOSE THIMGS /ABOUT FRECKLES ? I'D RATHER MOT HAVE HEARD THEM !•' 1'LLBREAKYkEELA DA BUMf DA TOO! / \ The Big Pain By CRANE WELL, AS COACH OF TWE TEAM, I THOUGHT lOU SHOULD I DOMT KWOvV WHAT YOU 1DLD THE COACH, BUT WHATEVER IT WAS, IT'S A LIE ' FRECK HAS ABSOLUTELY WO7H- ING ID BE ASHAMED OF /.' SAYS ) SOME DAY YOUR v^ii i I NOSE IS GOWWA Y<-"-' I • ,-f /BE PUSHED ALL j' " ( / CVER ^rOUR FACE, '"f'v FROM POKING (T ,.._ INJTO PEOPLE'S 1 -- AFFAIRS // IS ON THE UP- ' AND-UP, WHY DOESN'T HE TELL PEOPLE WHERE HE GOES EVERY AFTERNOON BECAUSE IT'S NONE OF THEIR BUSINESS I! 2X i AND, IF YOU ASK ME, CRASH, YOU'RE SUCH A BIG PAIN,THAT IF YOU WORE A GOLD CROWN AND CLIMBED ON A POGO STICK,YOU'D BE A PERFECT IMITATION • OF A JUMPING TOOTHACHE // .3*' 12. l.M,Rt(J. U. 6. PAI. OFf. THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop} Emmy Knows Her Freaks By COWAN YOU MEAN THET YER GOINI 1 T'BUY THIS TOURIST HOME ^NO RUN A I 1 UOUSE. FER A WHOLE BU OF CIRCUS FRE/XK5? "VOU HAVE A NERVE, T'TALK— HQW A.3OUT THAT IVNIDOET MIND OF YOORS? AsNDWt4ATA SWORD SWALUOWE.R you ARE, AT TH'DIMMER - -^. -TABLE! WELL, 1 A\NT GOT A DOG FACE, ANYWAY f \ f ^A^YBE NOT BUT.WITM TUAT THRE&( DAY <^V?T14'a= STUBSUE ON ^J I NNAP, YOU'RE AS NMJCW OF A FREAK THE BEARDED LADY-- 'ep L.ONG AS I WAVE T BOARD A FREAK, I NMGVVT AS WELL. BE DOIN IT AT A PROFIT / wooo ¥ NE * SE " VKI; - '• T on.

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