Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 27, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 27, 1937
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w*i^wff^<^'w^^i^T^V^-^ V" n t1p^ ifOlffi HOPE 9TAK, HOPE, Saturday. feS: Mow You Tell, the Qukk« Sell" BAflS tfaSS-4e wwi mlnlmaitt Me l -4tfe Wrfrf, tftto. Me ttM»~«« *orf, minimum Me 1 0§« ftoatfe (28 tim«)-18c w«d, tnlhlmuffl 12.71 axe ft* continuous In**only. making *ofcl tount, disregard lfltoUott tfante such as "f« j* "Tot Said," elc.-ihls Is tote. «aeh initial «* awnc, of coffl- telephone aumbet, counts «i Wdni. For«ampte: fOS lffiNT-thte«-toom modem fa&biied aportnrtfot, with *feM in. Bargain J. V. ' ft* ' ' JRtal, IS words, 4t 2c wotd, 3* i«f toe time; at 3%c word, 53e (or Uofee times, etc. , NOTE! All wfdew placed by telephone are due and payable updo gitesentatinn of bilL >' PHONE 768 Services Offered Humbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience ti^K. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf {-"Hempstead County Mattress Shop * builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material 'guaranteed. 712 West Fourth street p£one>aul Cobb, 658-M. 2-tfc .Opportunities Offered f % , HIGHEST PRICES PAID for .PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. '"' P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. ^04 East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 18-tfc For Rent ' : FOR RENT—Furnished apartment with private bath. Mrs. W. R. Chandler; 402 South Pine street. 27-3tc CRANIUM C*ACK1M Questions Off Page One 1. No, nothing can be wider than it is long for length is the term applied to the greatest dimension. 2. Descending planes have the right-of-way at an airport. 3. Te'a IS the world's most pop- plar beverage. 4. Water is the greatest solvent. 5. The American flag has had 48 stars since July 4, 1912, following the admission of New Mexico and Arizona. Wanted We are in the market for 2000 bushels of Heavy Corn. Southern Grain. 27-3tc Will pay the highest market prices for pecans. Southern Grain. 27-3tc Legal Notice WARNING ORDER. In the Hempstead Chancery Court. Myrtle Parrish Plaintiff vs. George Parrish Defendant The defendant, George Parrish, is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaijnt of the plaintiff herein. Witness my hand and seal as clerk of said court on this 20th day of November, 1937. (Seal) RALPH BAILEY, Clerk. Nov. 20-27, Dec. 4-11. Opposition to emphasis on football arises again, as colleages find there are too many letters of credit on the campus. s /FOR RENT—Seven-room house, un- M furnished, on Pond street. See Eula f Janes at Mary's Beauty Shop. 24-3tc , l FOR RENT—Rooms with board. '•> Reasonable. 315 West Division. Phone 634..Mrs. T. E.Urrey. 26-3tc FOR RENT—Farm 12 Miles east of Hope. 2 houses. Good water and pasture. See Claude Waddle. 26-3tp For Sale FOR SALE—Easy terms,' small sub- burbian Grocery, doing good business Apply 208 East 6th St., after 4 p. m. 23-6tc. ; FOR SALE—Two trained country raised bird dogs, one setter, one pointer; W. B. Butler, Emmet, Ark., R. 2, Box 164. 26-3tp FOR SALE—1937 Delco Radio. Cheap or cash. See A. C. Monts. 2$-3tc Don't forget that we manufacture the highest grade dairy feed for your milk cows. Southern Grain. 27-3tc Lost STRAYED—Black mare mule, age 12 to 15, weight 1,000 pounds. Reward. Jakie Reyenga. Emmet Route One. 26-6tp LOST OR STRAYED—Three head oi cattle. On right hip there is a piece of paper with the numbers 864, 866, 759 Two white faced and other is solid red If .found notify Doctor Zimmerly or Henry Watkiiw- 27-3tc >vSan Francisco headline says the :movies are here to say, but they said that about- democracy, too. Logs, Blocks and Bolts We are In the market for White Oak, Overcup, Burr Oak, Red Oak and Sweet Gum Logs. Round Sweei Gum and Black Gum Blocks^ Oak, Ash and Pine Bolts. For Prices and Specifications Apply 10 Hope Heading Company PHONE 245 OUR BOARDING HOUSE with JACK and SECK SHORT ORDERS Chili Mac—Hot Pork Sandwiches 216 South Walnut PHONE 385 HALL BROS. Cleaners & Hatters The Best in Motor Oils Gold Seal 100% Penn., q.t..... 25c The New Sterling Oil, qt 30c Tol-E-Tex Oil Co. East 3rd, Hose-Open Day & Kite Biblical Patriarch HORIZONTAL 1 First of the Biblical patriarchs, ' 7 He was the —— of the Hebrew race. J3 Implement, 14 Part of a wainscot. 16 Part of a shaft, 17 Poem, J8 Inclination, 19 Enormous. gq Cupidity,' 22 Carmine.. ?3 Titles. 84 Female sheep 8l«SeW. Answer to Previous Puzzle 33 Evergreen shrub. 35 Romantic. ' fQ CJibbon, 42 Piejces. 46 Sash. 48 His wife was named *-—. 53 Color. 54 Robbed. 56 Solitary. 57 Mud in rivers 58 Heaps. 59 To surfeit. 60 His son,——. 61 Fish. 6? Ethical. VERTICAL J Preposition. 2Eude person. 3 Drove. 4 On the lee, 5 Ready. 6 Damaged. 7 Auto guard part. 8 Ancient. 9 New star. 10 Eighth ounce. 11 Otherwise. 12 Decay.'. 15 Born. 20 His story is in 21 Items. 23 Little lumps. 25 You and I. 27 To depart, 29 Before. 30 Cotton machine, 31 To perform, 34 Upon. 36 Mother. 37 Amatory. 38 Having a tail 39 Preposition. 43 Pronoun. 44 Large room. 45 Genus of beets. 47 Single-edged knife, 49 Too. 50 To bellow. 51 Species of pier 52 Part of foot. 54 Spain. 55 Electrical unit 57 Tone B. Major Hoopl* " 81 ' ; you 1 UP SWJTT- tHAY 1 WASTED TWO PAVS O*= MV VALUABLE T/ME JSeTTlMO 1=OATW REMARKABLE QUALITIES OP TME REVOL-VIUG POWER COORTO THE IPOWeR iMTEReSTS, OMUY TO BE TURkiet? t?OWW THROUaM AFTER R6PUCIM(3 MV 'PRICE TO MAL-P A STUPID OAPS/ I WILL* ASS kSKI HALT* IM MV POOR IT=^ YOU WILL OBTAIM THE CAPITAL. TO FIWAKJCE MY REMARKABLE ^ OM AKI TIC5M OWLV X'M YOU't? Give, VVHAT SAY YOU LAPS? OUT OUR WAY OQIW' SOUTH \ pea tw 1 wiMtee v e>o$n',HOwo0 VOU DO IT.' WHV, I HAPTA B.UV A. pbSTA<36 STAMP CM TIME.' WELL, VOU KNOW 1 HAVEN'T ANV CAR, KAPIO, CANAfcV, POLICE 006, TUXEDO, POLO PONIES, KIDS ER WIFE, NO MDE M6 CAN TAKE LON6 RESTS/ HEAIMT GOT MOTMINf By WILLIAMS .. *., , -*• If: TMAT'5 f M 1 WAV H£ UK61 rT, THEM Hfe'S GOT 6VERVTHIN6/ A BIR.O OOW'T HAW& MUCVA BUT W0&MS, A.M' SIM6 MOR6 THAM WE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Huh ! By MARTIN ALLEY OOP The Way 'of, the Transgressor \_OOVi, VAOPE 6OVAE OOOGVX , By HAMLtN fWHATPYA /5WUXJ \\HY FEET ABOUT 1 RB^KON'P V,THAT? THERE WONT-BE TH'^ALS't? V THIS TIME OP NI6HT!, KETCH WASH TUBES Jesse' Makes a Deal THAT .WU1 A FINE. IPEA VOU HAOl NOW WE'RE WORSE OFF'M KING 6U2 .' AT LEAST HE AIN'T 9USTIN 1 ROCKS/ C'MON/BOVS! &.ITBU5V! KEEP THOSt HAMMERS GOING! IV. COPR. 1937 BY.NEA SERVICE it 1 By CRANE [FOR PETE'5 SAKE, JESSE A LEAVE IT TO ME/BOVS.l'LL GIVE IDONT GET THE INDIANS 'EM SOME PHOMEV JEWELRV..., ANOTH&R WARPATHUTWAT'LL SMOOTH LOOK! PRESENTS) NO WA.NTLMJ .. FOfZ VOU! GIVUM Bl6 CHIEF CI6N2 LIGHTEK/THEN INPIANS 5TICK.UM TILL VOD FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS VCOPP- 1 ?^ .P^"EA8EJ Heart to Heart ARE YOU ALL PIQWT* < YoU SHOULDN'T HAVE ', JUWE*? GEE, I WAS I CARRIED ME UP HERE"„ > ABOUT YOU.') FRECKLES.' YOUR AWKLE. '....ANC? TWAT C5UY A IS ALL PUFFEC? SOME ^r^L^ UP ! ^ •»> AM& YOUR CHEST SHOULD , BE ,TDO^ AFTER WIMWIWQ THE GAME AS V&U DID ,' MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE wow BUT TbUB DAD FAIRLV I V/AMTED TO WIM ^ WD [THAT GAME ABOVE SQUAReiX J ALL OTHERS.,. IT WHAT'S j N * /AS IWPOFTTANT TO HIM....AWD ABOUT ^ I CHEXTED .HIM TWAt?JL OUT OF VICTORY? IT WAS KIWD OF A HOLLOV/ VICTORY, By BLQSSER WW^\l, bout Old Pals FRECKLES^ I COULP KISS YOU FOR FEELIWC3 V/, LIKE THAT ,'/ ENOUGH TO LET By THOMPSON AND HOW PID WOU GET IN HER£? J DIDM'T RIKK3 MV PRIVATE - WHO AKB VOU? y—Y ; w x. V ^ * m AKJ OLD, OLP PRIEKJP OP VOUR.S, WILLIE -DOM'T ^/OLI REMEMBER? VOU USED TO IM& ME &EFORE VOU BECAME SUCH A GBEAT MD WEALTHY MAN " IQW'VOU'RE LITTLE LV».. I USED TO PULL VOUR PI6-TAILS... VpU RAW HOME VES, BUT I \ DON'T CBV ANV MORE COME ALONCv NOW - I'LL TAKE VOU TO &PEAKFAST- -TAILED .SALLV - WHAT fc^ FUM WE HAD / ICI INC T X RCC U t. >AT Of f.

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