Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 16, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 16, 1937
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fff. AB» mn> n.n l ---nB.-a>. m n- n *mr-.. Tuesday, Mbi* f 6u fell, th« Quicket You Sell" RATES H*e— 2c word, minimum Me ¥h*ee ttocs— 3!ic word, mln. 5*c Sis UttfciMie word, minimum 90c Ode month (26 Umes)— 18c word, minimum $2.19 are tot continuous duet* only. fit making word count, disregard classification name such as "Foe gent," "For Sale," ete.-thls Is toec. But each initial or name, or com- ]Uete telephone , number, counts at a full word. For example: FOR RENT— Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage* close In. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, IS words, at 2c word, 3te fot one time; at 3iic word, 53c tot three times, etc. NOTE: All -tders placed by telephone are doe and payable upou prtsenJatinn of bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience S. R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf Today'! Aftftw«r»,fo CRANIUM CftACKIRS By WILLIAMS Questions on Pnjre One . 1. fhei* are 10 members of tho President'.'! cabinet: Secretaries of state, treasury, war, navy, interior/ agriculture, commerce, labor; the attorney general an<l the posttnns- ter general. 2. The yuan is monetary unit of China; diner, Yugoslavia; zloty, Poland: lira, Italy; drachma. Greece, and rupee, India. 3. "The Star Spangled Banner" was adopted by U. S. as the national anthem by act of Congress on March 3. 1931. The words were written by Francis Scott Key in 1814; the music is the air of "Anacreon in Heaven." 4. The family name of the Windsors, now the ruling family of England, originally was Saxe- Coburg. 5. The President's salary is $75.000 a year. A a Day By Bruce Catton Trick or Two Still Up Windsor's Sleeve Hempstead County Mattress Shop builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material guaranteed. 712 West Fourth street. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-M. 2-tfc Wanted to Trade Will trade Sorghum for Corn. See Earl Schooley. Hope Route Four. 15-3tp 1 For Rent FOR RENT—Front bedroom connected with bath and continuous hot water. Phone 664-W. 16-3tp FOR RENT—Blacksmith shop at Shover Springs. See Gordon Beckworth at the Star Barber shop or at Shover Springs. 16-3tp FOR RENT — These unfurnished rooms. Reasonable. Mrs. Julia All- tiright. 109 North Washington. 16-3tp FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Private bath, garage, entrance. Vacant Sunday. Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 N. Elm, Phone 291. 13-3tp FOR RENT—Three-room apartment, unfurnished; one 4-room house, $10 each, Magnolia Addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 1638-11. 15-6tc Lost LOST—Black and white setter, mostly black. Answers to "Mac." Reward. Jim Wilson, Columbus, Ark. 13-3tc LOST—6 weeks old pig, last seen on Walnut Street. ?1.00 reward. Sutton & Collier. 15-3tc LOST—One 32x8 Goodyear Truck Tire and Wheel. Return to Archer Motor Co., for liberal reward. lG-3tp For Sale PIANOS FOR SALE—Two car loads used Pianos, good condition. Some cannot be told from new. Priced $47.50 up. $5.00 down 51.00 weekly. Will accept Victrolas, Radios, Live Stock and Farm Produce. Part or Full Payment. Pay Half Now Balance Next Fall. Special Low Price NEW Studio and GRAND PIANOS. Write and will bring one on Approval. BENSBERG'S MUSIC STORE. Camclen, Arkansas. ' 16-6tp If you're one of that group which feels that the Duke of Windsor passed up his one great opportunity for service and straytl instead into easy, aimless living, you'll do well to read Stanton B. Leeds' timely little book. "Cards the Windsors Hold" (Lippincott, S2.00). The story of the Duke is not yet ended, by any mans. Mr. Leeds contends. Now that the honeymooning days are over and the British Empire has settled down once more to enjoy and scrutinize a new king, he says Edward intends to take up the task where he left off. The distinct implication is that Edward will turn once more to his old interest in housing and the problems of the poor. How all this will affect Britain is still another matter. Mr. Leeds makes much of the statement Edward made after his wedding; that he was still at the service cf the empire, when and if it neded him. Moreover, says Mr. Leeds, one mustn't lose sight of the fact that the Duke retains a vast romantic and political appeal. The very nature of the abdication events has endeared the former prince to a great audience. The result may be that the British sooner or later are going to have to welcome him back. Newspaperman, related by marriage to Mrs. Herman L, Rogers, close friend of the Duchess of Windsor, the author tells his story from the "inside." The case he makes is that a certain British clique was out to get Edward and did. But now Edward may have the last word. An interesting book you should not miss.—P. G. F. IT Nocturnal Bird | HORIZONTAL, i I Pictured bird. i 4 It has a large : 8 It has a short : bill. 13 Falsehoods. 15 Smell. 17 In this place. 18 Making into a drama. 21 Brooch* 22 To prepare for publication, 23 Branching figures. 24 Native of Crete, 28 Song for one Voice. 27 Insurgent. 29 Corded cloth. 30 South Carolina. 32 Cut with a saw. 34 Southeast. 35Tq make lace. 37 Lawful. 39 To soak flax. Answer to Previous Puzzle 41 Assessment amounts. 43 Algerian cavalry corps. 45 Prong. 46 Metric unit of weight. 50 Judicial decrees. 53 Prophet. 54 Note in scale. 56 Inlet. 57 Councils of elders. 59 It eats small and other living things. 60 Muscid flies. VERTICAL 1 Ancient. 2 Wireman. 3 Commander. 5 To dine. 6 Dry. 7 Naps. 8 Touches. 9 Sound of surprise. 10 Retained. 11 Great lake. 12 Lairs. , 14 Strikes. 16 Smaller. 19 Kettledrum. 20 Serranoid fish. 24 Price. 25 More modern. 28 Envoy. 31 To find fault. 33 Marking the date. 36 Afternoon meals. / 38 Small lance. 40 Greater calorie. 42 Ogles. 43 Caterpillar hair. 44 Cetacean. 47 Portuguese coins. 48 Wings. 49 To fail to hit. 51 Palmyra. 52 To bring legal suit. 55 Within. 58 Street. BOARDING HOUSE < * . . CANNOT, MATURE OP MV StiM8MB IT OUT, WHIP A £6vV SHALL 6Wt6«TAIN WITH -THAT NOU MAC* «f<S MSW AID NO-S'-S OW AW WH<3 WAWT TO USM? MY TO WHAT HEKSHTS W6W SHALL WETAISJ MV WITH THE OWL.S ALL W OCTf OUT OF IT vVA-S TH' ST. ViTUfS WALKIM'S PIK1E. By MARTIN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Poor Babe! COO).O VOO o\_o MrXVt voo owe « N\N ,KJOvvi . . COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. RED. U. S. PAT. OFF, By MARTIN ALLEY OOP A Slight Oversight GOOD / 7H' 6J&WD M2ER HOMK. f MOW ID SIT MV5ELF OM TH'THROWE-AHH.'IVE WAJTED A LOMG MYGAWSH,1'D PLUMB POR6OTTEM ALL ABOUT QUEEN UMPATEEDLE.' f AD ^ c V^G/uw-HL MOW/ u ADOE .,r=n,V, ~/ WHAT ^ AW ^ UL THIM6 BLOO COOPUS IS. 1 COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. By CKANfi WASH TUBES A Break for Freedom OLP1M& BRESZE A? A SHIELP, JES9E WATT AMP HIS BAND OF CUT-THROATS REACH THE BOAT, UPDEWLY, BREEZ.E TWISTS HERSELF FKEE AND DIVES SHOOT, VOU'LL HIT ER THE 6AS, (2EP!OH, KO! PIP ) ] OVERBOARP. ( \VE PULL A FAST ONE.' ^ VOU MUGS) (=>ET PUSH OFPJ SCOPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By BLOSSER IT REALLY-HAPPtNET) IN TOOTBAlt! Now What? THE OPEWIMG PLAY, TOM INTERCEPTED A FORWARD PASS AWD 5COREP SIX POINTS. SHAPVSIPE THEM gecElVEP AQAIM.. THAT IMTERCepTIOM OF A SUP- I POSED SURPRISE PASS, LOOKED BAP FOR FRECKLES.' DIP HETJP OUR HAND? J'LL WITHHOLD JUD6-. MEWT UNTIL f SEE WHAT EFORE the "Praying Colonels," of little Centre College, Danville, Ky., gijitad national fame by defeating Harvard in 1921, they met West Virginia at Charleston, West. Vu. "Untie Charley" Moran, better known as a big league baseball umpire, was coach. In the second half, Murphy, a Centre substitute, ran onto the field, claij not in a football uniform, but in a flimsy track suit and track shoes with cleats replacing spikee. One play Avas called and Murphy charged in with his better-protected teammates. On the second play, he whizzed down the field, caught a forty-yard pass from Bo McMillin and galloped across the goal for the touchdown that gave Centre a 14-6 victory. COPB. 1937 av N * SERVICE, INC Queenie Will Tal SPECIAL NURSE 33y THOMPSON AND COLL AkiO JACK BLOCK, SEARCHING FOR. MVRA.' HERE'S A WOMAN OM THE FLOOR. OF CELL; YOU'RE WILLIMG TALK, QUEE WE /V\AY GET ' ,Y,WHEM't6ET THROUGH TALKIKJ! THE. D.A.WILL HAVE HIS CASS ASAIMST THIS MOB OU A C-OLDEW SURE SHE DIDNJ'T COMB OUT WITH THE

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