Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 29, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 29, 1935
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( ^, { :<# f , t i, Musician of Note t« l*nzztp rannara siaa m of ^ etotb. i* Ahtitent. ; 13 Soft food. , It Ndte In scale '-25 Chaos. ~S4"W&gOtt track. ' i« Mountain. erwise. INjOTTfl 1C I HTSliRiulNlTi: • fflllBIMf--! HHFi rjHW SOU IdyM CpQE 1AJCITIQ1 K.llD iRlAMrAlTI I la IT! perch. 26 Extreme ': Strain. "45 Aye. 4» Enigma. 'it Cry ot pleasure. •JS Ran away 49 Last word ot a prayer. 51 Assumed 5:< Hearty. 55 ('"•KV'. a, 'I't«e. 5S Affirms. 60 Idle chatter. 61 He was a French • of fame. 62 He wrote comic . VRiittrAr, 2 Capable. 3 Embryo flower. 4 Street. 5 Junior. 6 Hawaiian bird 7 French. S Musical note. 9 Deity. 10 To exist. It High mountain 12 Tribal group. 16 He was also an leader 17 Spouso. IS fo waftaer. 20 "Tales of Hoffmann" were —— after bis dead 22 To meditate. 24 To spill. 26 Corrosion. •IS Booty. 30 Hodgepodge. 32 Uegldn. 36 Pedal digits 37 Finish. :ts Chaos. 39 One who snipes. 40 Structural unit. 41 English coin, 42 Benumbed. 45 Holding device. 46 To mingle. 48 Haze. 50 Close. • 6£ t* Ir >n. 53 Hail! 54 Transposed. 56 Striped fabric. 68 Like. 59 Therefore. | Sell Itt Find It' Rent It! Buy It! />. in the Hope Star 'MARKETPLACE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you selL 1 time, lOc line, min. 30t iFor consecutive insertions, mini• - mum of 3 lines in one arf 3 times, 6c line, min. 509 j " 6 times, Sc line, min. 90c , 26 times, 3Vic line, min. $2.76 1 (Average 5Vi words to the line) if NOTE—Want ads will be accepted With the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication : Phone 76ft ANNOUNCEMENTS Called Meeting J. M. Degree j^ucsdr.y Night Oct. 29 at 7:30 R. U. Morris, W. MA. Albrltton, Secy. NOTICE NOTICE—Hallo'ween dance at Rose Wood Camp near Prescott. The public is invited. Thursday night October 31, From 8 until ? 28-4tp. ""TAKEN UP —Iron-colored racing hound. Owner may get dog by paying for this ad. 29-3tc LOST LOST—Medium sized pink cameo, gold mounting. Reward. Mrs. Jewell Moore. Lost at football game. 26-3tc WANTED WANTED —River Bottom Pecans. A. B. Spraggins, Southern Ice Company, Hope, Arkansas. 2!5-3tp WANTED—Highest prices paid for Pecans, Metals, Chickens, Eggs, Old Batteries and Radiators. Hope Produce House 106 S. Walnut Street, Hope, Ark. WANTED—To buy, trade or sell. Mwles and horses. I am ready. Also wont 3 saddles. Tom Carrel. 29-3tdh Sweet Home Mrs. J. R. Huskey is spending a pleasant visit with her daughter, Mrs. James Black and Mr. Black of Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Newton and little son, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Huskey. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Biggers were shopping in Prescott, Saturday. ! Mrs. J. J. Delaney spent a short! visit with her daughter, Mrs. Hix Lee, Friday. Mr. Horace Pye left Thursday for Fayetteville where he entered a government hospital for treatment. Mrs. M. H. Montgomery, Miss Clif- _ ford Huskey and Mrs. L. Reese Me- j Dougald were shopping in Prescott I Saturday afternoon. I Miss Ruth Huskey who is teaching. school near Richmond, spent the week i end here with her parents, Mr. and I Mrs. .H. H. Huskey. ) ' Misses Inez Huskey and Hazel • Spears spent a pleasant visit Tues-! clay afternoon with Miss Virginia! Woodson. j Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Campbell and son, Billie, of Blevns spent the week end here with his father, Will Campbell. Miss Bettie Conner who has spent i several weeks in the home of Will| Campbell is now spending a few days with a sick relative near Washington. Bro. J. D. Griffin, a well known gospel preacher of Delight, will preach at Sweet Home church Saturday night jand Sunday morning and afternoon. A Failure A new novel is described by the critics as being sincere, refreshing and clean. The author is in despair.— Punch (London). FOR SALE | FOR SALE—One piano and gunshop , • tools. In good condition and cheap. | See Mrs. B. L. Taylor 815 West Sixth j • Street. 23-6tp j FOR SALE — Acetylene lighting, i system In good condition. T. N. Taylor | i Hope, Arkansas. 28-3tp ; WANTED—To buy, trade or sell. Mules and horses. I am ready. Also Want three saddles. Tom Carrel. 29-3tp MALE HELP'WANTlEP Man or woman to supply customers with famous Watkins Products in Prescott. No investment. Business r-i- tablished. earnings average $25 v.c-f-U- ly* pay starts immediately. Write J. B. Watkins Comoany, 70-S2 W. Iowa Ave,. Memphis, Tenn. 28-ltp til UL FOR RENT FOR RENT~Two bedrooms, adjoining bath, private entrance. Mrs. W. R. Chandler, 402 South Pine. Phone 906, 28-12tc FOR RENT—My .six room furnished home in Brookwood addition. Mrs. J. B. Schooley, Phone 1638-4 ring. 28-3tc ~J?b~R~ RENT—Well arranged two room furnished apartment. Phone 39. 28-3tc FOR RENT—32 acres blacklar.d a 89 acres of sandland. Two good houses. well watered. F. E. Pinegji'- Washington, Aikansa-s. 28-3tp FOR RENT-Furnishcd Private Bath and Gar; Mrs. A.r>&» Judwn. apartment. ;e. Phone 291, Want It Printed We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an cco- noiuicul, high quality job. Whatever your needs, \VL can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY "I'rinUng That .Makes an Impression" Otlft 60ARD1NG HOUSE >' out 6tm WAV By AHERN i, NYPETy LOOK THE. BOXEK ,VVHO W/X«S WITH US SONAE VEM=i,S kGO] '/rt. / •RfeMENABER r ?-^-VAt. USEt) TO TIGHT UNDER THE t>t2,OU_T\T\JE; at=- '"BAB NtWS •BURKE"— "- -t-^i CHANCED IJPOM I^O£.COE. ENTER\NCb ^ LliNCW WAGOH - -*-v-E.Cb/\D-^-WOLiV»DNT TVA\N\< OT= L-ETTlNCi A "FORbAfR PATRON OF HOOPLE TDINE AM\O tX)C , . HOOPLE) E ,PUT TVT CO^EOVE^ N^'SHACTCH A BlStUVT W\TH XOU 1FOLKS, J -^HONEST, AT IPIRST SLAHT,tTVAOLi<bVAT VOU WAS TH' HELLO ,TAOSCOt]- \VELL > THE 1 ftE'S A POT OF BEANS ANt> HA^A bHANK IN THE K\TCHEN - —CTVAtTWO OF YOU CAN WOLF THATf BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ATTRACT ATTeMTlON TILL 1 KlW 'i BYMZA EERVICC. INC. T. M. «tC. U. S. PAT. Of F. Poor Spence! MADE-SJOT GORKI by MART! 5TN4O OE\A_ I KNOW ,. © 193S BY NEA SERVICE. ^C. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT Off.' ALLEY OOP COMES VER KING.TLEAD 7' VICTORY' Umpa Takes a Hand By HAML1 M SAY-' WHATER YOU I AW, DRY UP OOIKJ' HERE? DIDN'T A BEFORE 1 1 TELL YOU J CLOUTCHA TO GO WASH TUBES Suspense HMO DOME SPEAK UP, YOU FLAP-EARED WUMPS, OR I'LL WADE IN AM 1 KMOCK TH 1 STUFFIN' OUTA TH WHOLE PACK OF YUH/ ini935 BY NEA SERVICE, /^w^K , INC. T. M, REG. U. S. PAT. Off. N , By CRANE .._ BOOV OF AMOS BIGGER BURIED BESIDE THE SEA. OOO i WE'RE BESET BVA FIEND, A MADMAM. ,-^u,, •—- . I HE'S MURDERED TWO OF US, EACH TIME t\pt )%?$£,< AFTER DARU. I—I WONDER WHOSE/ UK'/CAkl'TVOU TURN IT'LL BE TONIGHT/ .-^gdlferfSSSwSw ELSE To SAV? FRECKLES ANT HIS FRIENDS crPwe W;IWD HOWLS MOURNFULLV U THRU THE ROCKS, AND PEAR -) VGRIP5 THOSE ON CALAMITV rSLE. , I WIGHT THEY HUDDLE BESIDE! A BONFIRE. A Pledge EASV AKJC? _ HAVE Th)£ COURAee TO GO TO BE By BLOSSER MOM, IT'S NO / V/HY...ER.,.. USE TRYING \ THERE'S TO FOOL ME j NOTHING ANY LONGER ! \ v/RONG WITH WHAT'S WRONG JTHEM SON.... WITH YOUR / NO >i|NQ EYES?/V ATAI-L.' s% W* I WONT FORGET....NOT EVEN IF I HAVE TO MY LEFT HAND REMEMBER / IS OVER / / YOU'RE GONNA ^~^7 f THE NEWFANGLES (IVIom'n Pop; MOM, I NEVER HAVE THE BEST ill FIBBED ID YOU. / I DIDN'T YEAR EVER IN FOOTBALL.AND I EYES UKTTIL CAUGHT ME IN \ YOU TO KNEW "[OU COULDN'T, THE SEASON THE PRESERVE / KKJOW / CLOSET, WITH JAM ON MY FACE .'/ IF mi WORRIED ABOUT ME / GET FIXED UP,'/ HOW TO I'LAY KND I TfE ieJeal end must be rugged enough to smash interference, and agile enough to' dart through a mass of Mockers. In addition, lie must have speed to get him down the field on the outside of the runner under punts, and get into the open to receive passes. On pass plays, lie must be able to disguise the play by assuming his ordinary stance q£ braced legs, coiled, with the knees well bent, ,ind with the tail low. He must fake at boxing the tackle, and then duck and get away from the halfback covering him. In receiving a pass, the end must spread his fingers without tensing them or the wrist. The ball should be caught like a baseball—with the ands, only. On defense, the end concentrates on the mun with the ball. ? ? ffe 5f ^ V- 3* 1 * r?( p n (,: fONE THIMQ... 1 HAVE XllL SAV/IP THEV'^ MO REGRETS, UEAVlM 1 \ BRIMQ BACK THIS PLACE. IT'LL &e THE STUFF WE'VE <3OO D, G C I Ki' AWAV /LENT TH E M, FROM NEIGHBORS /WE'D SJEE C? WHO BORROW MA LFA ANOTHER VAM THEIR MEALS X V T'MOVE' IT. By COWAN Two Souls With a Single Thought IT'LL SUKE BE LONESOME, NOT H AVIM ' ANJ VSODY COM IN ' ^= OVER TO BORROW SOMETH/MG EVERY C?AS/' YOU'LL NEVER "\/ I'LL MISS KWOlV HOW I'LL}( y 0 u. TOO, M/SS you i J\ eMMV-1 VEAH / THIS IS THE LAST LOAD, AMD WE'RE UP TW OLD HOUSE. (500V BYE,LILLIE/ YOU DOM'T KNOWj HOW I FEEL ABOUT LEAVINJS ALL. ! MY LOVELY NEIGHBORS/

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