Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 19, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 19, 1935
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*'->'• i,. ' \",«s«--ff-i', 1 "-. '.STY- Vi'A* i •• ^|- :;V" • '>'.*«$ - ffja.v^ im rotm HOPEJ STAR, HOP& Al Saturday, ..Qctober 19, 1986. Foreign Novelist I OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY "By WILLIAMS •" Answer to I»rcUc«j. l\ ' 1,6 Author of the "Four MofseKnen of the Apocalypse." MCeftter of * amphitheater. 14 God of love. 16 Thought. 9'? ' w. •18 Wild ox. 19 To tax. 2ft Mitten. 21 To lease. 22; Possesses. 23Tip. 25 Harmony. 25 To discharge. 30 Wanderer. 31 Flying mammal. 32 Originated. 34 You and me. 33 Limb. 36 Ready. 3T ?nake. 40 Sea, bird. 41 Mentioned. of tin es IT. il His novel.-! were ni.n'c Into fine — 13 To dine. 15 Perched. 22 Hourly. 20 Insect's egg. 21 Brute. 26 N'ame. 07 Piigle plant. 2S Measure 45 Mass of flouting ice. 46 To coat with tin, 4S Fairy. 49 Organs of hearing. 50 Growing out. 51 Flatboats. 52 This was popular in America (pl.t. 53 He was by birth. VKKTK'.-YI, 1 Proffered. 2 falsehoods. ;\ Sound r-t S.'-HTO '.'.-. 4 Tax! driver. :"> Iris rnoU'.Eoek. 6 \Vaysiile hotel. aninini. X C!<ve. !> Ka r:». U< An:rv.;il !!1 To implore. ,';! Seesaw .'.4 Maintenance. .!6 Yonr m sisters. 37 Axillary. "S Fern peed:!. ,'!!> Nuisance. 40 Constellation. 11 Spread of an iirch. 42 Pertain inj to air. •I.'I Annoy?. 44 Platter. 45 Not many. 47 Heing. Harmony We welcome Mr. Martin of Colorado ! back in our community. and Mrs. Clint Springs. Colo., r ?U &< ••, p' t"u " , r ,,/ & 5. . ;'.' Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ellis have mov- j ed from, this community. I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Britt and chil- : dren have moved into the house with ; Mrs. Ella Hodnett, recently vacated by Mr, and Mrs. Ellis. ^TMra. Nellie Leach spent a few days fa. Hope last week. Bernard Barbree and family have , moved into the new house recently *liuat by Ralph Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McMillen and i family, Willie Gray and Devaughn I McMillen -were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWilliams. Thad Vines and family and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rogers spent Saturday! night with Mrs. Ella Hodnett. Grandmother Mitchell spent a pleasant day Sunday with Merrial Hiickabee and wife. Mrs. Ray McWilliams and little son, mother, Mrs. George McMillen and sons spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Ella Hodnett, Mrs. Edwin Britt and Mrs. Thad Vines. Herman and Lloyd McMillen spent Sunday afternoon with the Gray boys. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Barbaree and children were Monday night guests of Ralph Rogers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWilliams and baby spent Sunday night with Mrs. Ella Hodnett, also Mr. and Mrs. Britt. Ozan $50 to $500 AUTOLOAD On Cars and Trucks Highest Prices Paid for C' O T T O N TOM KINSER OLD SHOES ;\IADE NEW Expert Shoe Repairing and Rebuilding Whiie-U-Wah or Delivery Service. Keen & Bailey 103 VV. Front St. Phone 388 Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star M&RKET PUCE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30c For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one arf 3 times, 6c line, min. 50< 6 times, 6c line, min. 90c Z& times, 3Vzc line, min. J2.76 (Average 5Vz words to the line) ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of Statement, before the first publication Phone 768 Mr. and Mrs. Warner Citty of Ash- dawn visited Mrs. Bill Gist in Julia Chester hospital last Tuesday. ?.'Iiss Eugenia Goodlett returned to El Dorado Monday after a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Goodlett. Mrs. P.' E. Citty is visiting in Hope and with her daughter. Mrs. T. L.) Hockensrr.ith who was operated on i Monday at Julia Chester hospital. Mrs. Ben Goodlett, Mrs. Floyd Matthews, Mrs. Chas. Bryant, Mrs. F. P.I Citty and Mrs. George Smith attended | the missionary conference at Prescott! hursday. Mrs. Wilbur Jones made a business trip to Little Rock Tuesday. For All Kinds of $S& INSU £^CE *•»•*«* Roy Anderson and Company TRY THE Sea Food Market at Home Ice Company Fresh Sea Foods direct from the original French Market at New Orleans. Let us mako an estimate on your PRINTING Johnson Printing Co. Cecil Johnson Phone 31 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Bedroom, adjoining bath, private entrance. Mrs. W. R. Chandler, 402 South Pine. Phone 906. ll-6tc FOR SALE BASKETBALLS aWW To Tlie Quality Is Right BRIANT'S Drug Store Get the World on n CROSLEY All-Wave RADIO Tubes Tested free —^-1-4^ ^ Houston Electric Shop SALE OR TRADE — Chevy (ruck. Long wheel base. A-l shape. Will trade for anything. Tom Carrel #3 S. Main. 17-3tp NOTICE $2.250.00 Can you make 5 three letter words U*ins! the letters in the word "PAR- j AMOUNT'? Rush your answer tr> O. F- Stay ton, Dept. E-l. DesMoinc-i. Iowa, and you will get opportunity to j win I2.250.oo. ia-itp COMMON OLD ITCH Is Still With Us Prescription No. iOu.Omj v,-iil cure it. It kills the |,;,r;i..:|i.s in tin; sku,. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store' Phone to Hope, Ark. Esliibli.shed 1885 WHAT MAVE QUEST/CM LlkS THAT/ t>Q YOU KNOW *• -"- s THAT -B\6 WATtP, DlD^-^-TOOK TH' "PLU<3 OUT OP TVA" TUB SO WE GOULDNT USE \T "BEFORE you Dowe? YOU "PUT A ON TH" TU^ WHEN OUT O 1 ? H\S I'LL WMUT HAVE yOU &OME? OKIE OF TM CAR" 76LL ME — TELL ME/ OH, WHAT HAVE you DOME? .s I'LL 'REG \STER IKJ THIS FAMILV- WOT ME / OH, WHUT HAVE VOJ DOME—HIT HALF NELSON ON T INDIGNMlON OVER THtfR ACCUSATIOM HIM ANfSEATACH HIS TiATH'ROBE POCKETS TH S TUJG f WEEKLY 'BATH'ROOfA BATTLE VMM 1 / MOTHERS 6ET V S i»S »v NtA acnyitt. INC. T. M. mo. u. t. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Yeah, Team! by MARTIN \-iViO CU OOT iu 1935 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT ALLEY OOP The Long Non-Stop Flight Cracks Up By HAMLIN KA7AMBA! JUS WHEW f HAD THIS FLYING WELL-THATS THAT MOW ALL [ GOTTA LIZARD 'BOUT ALL PLAYED OUT - MOW GOTTA DROP THIS BALLAST WASH TUBES Not a Clew By CRANE r rSTRAkJQEf MO POOTPRIMTS TEWT EXCEPT HIS KflW HAW/ ListEk MO BULLET HOLES / EITHER. ~S *~ KJOONJ THE OTHERS RETURM, , FEARFUL, SPEAKIWQ IM EASV, HE AIKJ'T OM THE ISLAWD. HE'S PLUMB V/AMISHEP, COCMELIUS BlSGER VANISHES PURIM6 MIGHT, LE AVI UQ CLOTHES BLOOD-STAIWEP BED. FOUL PLAV PEAR5R ULV OWE PGRSOU, THE M/SSIWG BROTHER, SEEMS UHAFFECTEP BV THE TRAGIC ASM AkJP EASV MAKE A CAREFUL EXAMINATION! OF BIQQER'S By BLOSSER ^ FRECKLES ANT HIS FRIENDS Just Half the Story YOU'VE PROBABLY NUTTY, I'VE JUST WELL, I'M GOING TO LET VOU IN ONJ WMAT5 BEEN BOTHERING ME...LOOKAT ' LETTER/IHAT I RPUMD IN MY MOTHER'S WASTEBASKET.'/ GOTTA TALK TO WONDERED [ T'LL SAV SOMEONE/ I HAVE PLENTY OM MY MIWD .' ALWAYS LEAN ON MY SHOULDER, FPECK.' ve WHY I'VE / T HAVE/ ACTED SO ^ FELUA> KINDA FUNNY LATELY / THE NEWFANGLES (Mom^n Pop) No High Spots for Emmy By COWAN GET ON YEB M£T'I WAS JUST ' T'LEW S^ITU,£sMD WE TUW WE CUGUTA TA.LK T'UIS LAVJYER.iM TUE TOWER BULD1MG, BEFORE WE BUY THAT TOURIST COME ON,Y/"INDY-IF IT COSTS PIFTY CENTS TO LOOK OUT OF THE WINDOW, IMA&INE WVIAT TUAT LAWYER WOULD SEE THE CITY FROM O.U. ASUCAN - L/WVYER" VI WE'S ONJ THE TOP C ' ATOP THE TOWER BUILDING, ONUY CENTS.'/

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