Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 6, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 6, 1935
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X I < HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS Bridegrppm OUR BOARDir-. HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY . November 6.1936 By WILLIAMS ..to. Previous HOIlSHI EJkHSHH BSM ransraiaa Se fa. r backsthta SJ grade, artgdish . fg final 1 ETS 5-1 Rcgrioli, 66 Me Is also flood pump. raited Prince harshly 67 witticism. itt 6t mouth.Bstte fs the Eng" raft having Hsh king's son ^| e VERTICAL •• in ITo accomplish 2 Layer of the , Jris. 3 Recognizes ns heir. •I Formerly ii Narrow valley 6 To yearn. 7 Opposite of in S Consumer, 0 Part of a bird's bill. 10 Portico. 11 Tarpaiilii). 12 Ages 13 Right. 20 He belongs to the Mouse of 21 To examine. 23 Dressed hides 24 Chosen. 28 Native metnl 2? Male child. 25 Aurora. 30 Drone. 31 Wing. 32 Title ot courtesy .IS Otherwise. 39 Legal claim. 40 Armadillo 41 Sprite. 42 To opine. 43 Delivered. •14 To sob. 45 Oriental nurse. 46 Fairy 47 Pitcher • SO Golf teacher, 52. (fry otplsasure r>5 Advertisement. ;SweetHome and Mrs. Bud Smith and, daugh- ,,- of near Prescott were here * Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. ^' Paul Lamb of Delight has re' home after spending a week ii?ith her parents Mr. and Mrs. fDelaney and other relatives. *M. H. Montgomery and son ' of this place, and Mrs. Carl »and daughter Mildred of Prest the week end with Mr. and Britt in Kilgore v Texas. ,, adie McDougaJd jfcas, t&e week of Mr. and Mrs. E. Reese Mr. and Mrs. J. J. IJelaney, Mrs. Hix Loe and sons Herchel and Carrol spent the week end in Delight visiting relatives. . • : Mr. Will Campbell and daughter Mrs. Lewis Salmon. were visiting in Prescott Thursday. ' Mrs. Tom McMasters of Okalona is lere visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Huskey. •-,--.'•• Mr. and Mrs. Roy Biggers and little daughter Mina Sue were Sunday af- lernoon visitors^of Mr. and Mrs.yBert larman, ':•••"'': *.•„:$ -'.•/ ., Mr. and Mrs.'Philip Ward wer4;here Sunday ^afternoon visiting ber .(sister, MM;" Horace ;Ey'^and Mr.gjfs^jvv ' ?and Mrs. Arthur Newth of was calling on relatives here y. ^Vanita Delaney and Travis De- attended Sunday School here y, '. old Huakey, a student of A. and college at Magnolia, spent the week here with his parents Mr. and J. R. Huskey. "Sell It! find It! Rent It! Buy It! f| in the Hope Star MARKET PLACE Remember, the more you tell, the M, quicker you sell, V' 1 tune, lOc line, min. 30e Vf * ... For consecutive insertions, raini- ^ 1' mum of 3 lines in one arf ' i 3 times, 6c line, min. 504 • •' 6 'times, EC line, min. 90c , X times, 3%c line, min. $2.76 • - (Average 5V4 words to the line) ant ads. will be accepted ltha vnderstanding that the is payable on; presentation of Btatement, before the first publication. Phone 76S FOR SALE Good wagon mules, cows, syrup, po- and peanuts. We sell or will for mares. J. L. Anderson, Hope 1. 4-3tp WANTED Legal ORDINANCE No. An Ordinance to'be an Ordinance Entitled "An Ordinance Amending : Section 6, of Ordinance NO. 469 of the Ordinances of the City of Hope, Arkansas, Passed arid Approved on September 7, 1933, and Amended on July 2, 1935, and for O'her purposes. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS; SECTION 1: That Section 6 of Ordinance No. 469 of the ordinances of the City of Hope, Arkansas, as amended by Ordinance No. 495 of the ordinances of the City of Hope, Arkansas, be, and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: Section 6; It shall be unlawful for wholesale or retail beer dealers to sell or deliver beer within the corporate limits of Hope, Arkansas, on Sunday before 8 o'clock A. M. and/or after 10 o'clock P. M. SECTION 2: That all ordinances and/or parts of ordinances in conflicl herewith are hereby repealed; anc this ordinance being necessary for the public health, safety and general welfare of the inhabitants of the City of Hope an emergency is hereby declared, and this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. Passed and approved on this 5th day of November, 1935. Published in the Hope Star on this 6th day of November, 1935. Albert Graves Attest Mayor T. R. Billingsley City Clerk MAN OR WOMAN Help Wanted: to supply customers With famous Watkins products in Prescptt. No investment. Business es- , (ablished, earnings average $25 weekly, Vpgy starts immediately. Write J. R. Watkins and Co., 70-84 W, Iowa Ave., " " Term. 8-ltp 6-3tc TO BUY— Old Batteries Wf pay top prices. Automotive Supply Co., Hope Ark. ^ANTED>r~Men's suits, coats, ladies dresses and coats, and all kinds of * usedclothing. Joyce and Floyd Mc- WAfFFJ2D i -~We pay five cents pound to clean cotton rags. We do not ac' §trjnga, overalls, or any sort of flope Star. / RANTED, Christian Woman or man to child welfare, income and . Also local work, $3-50 daily. t c/o this paper, give address and 4-ltp &•• FOR KENT , ,. . RENT—Two bedrooms, adjom- bath, private entrance. Mrs. W. 49? South Pine. Phone 28-12tc RENT—Four-room hwse in addiion. $10 per month. 4-3tc LOST and white Persian 562, Mrs. Berndop • ttc Want It Printed RIGHT? ^ We'll have a printing expert call 011 yo», and you'll have an economical, high quality job. What, ever your needs, we can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY Wrtattof That Makes an T>LAY\N6 TOR YOU 6UYS WITH A TANGLE wmTHlVA \ TU1=?K!~-HE | A^TERT^ A TANCbLE VgTH H^, ~\ ^ ULLED -^ ^pES ^ p^^ -p ALL , 1 U*lttW /»»Ci «/ v . . • TH BIN<3 AN HOUSED ) T\ED TH^TUBK \M \ ^J^' ' ^ A -B^LL AN SYVUNC3 j^.^E^,^ A HAhAAAER-THTOW, UP TO GALLERY ! ^ ^ A B\6 LOAt) SAW OLSON WRESTLE ON NIGHTS HE WAS IN QOOTD HU^NOR- YOU GAM GET A KtM&A lOeg 6t= MOW KHCfe Tl- LOOK,IF TW6V WM3 f MtXJMTGP' AM' WMOT WG DIDW' KEEP FGR DCiCORATlM' OUR OWW MOUSE, I'D SELL/ I'D WUWT 'EM.MV5' AM' MOUWT 'EM, MYSELF — AN' , LOOK At TM' MOMEY WE'D MAKE' _. ABSOLUTE TAKIMO WO T . TAKE.J OF AMD'WHITE wee.-»' BUT i DRAW tH6 UME OKI BURVIIsKS? OSAO WORSES, QQA.TS AMD COWS/ , I KNOW YOU/ i BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Wotta Life WHY MOTHERS._ GET G«AV T.M.MO.U.S.I'AT.OH'. by MARTIN I'M OF Vtl T\A' • V. 1 . 1 . 1 TW006HT *IM \K5 VXH2E, © 1935 BY NEA SERVICE, INC, T, M, REO. U. S. PAT. OFF ALLEY OOP Fragile—Handle With Care! By HAMLIN WITH ALLEY OOP AN OL DISJNY OM THEIR TGAIL, •TUNK WHY, OOOLA - LOOK/ ALLEY IS TYING UP HIS DIWOSAtie/ I THOUGHT HE WAS GOIN' T'HELP CATCH TUMK s ^ ^ .AW DOOTSV AWRIGHT DINNV HOLD STILL 5AY, ALLEY-IF Y SURE I'LL TELL YOU ARE GOIMG ) VUH -YA SEE, TO HELP CATCH, UA/HERE I'M GOIM ' TUNK AND BOBQ,Y THERE5 LIKELY WlLL-YOU PLEAS^ TELL ME WHV YOU ARE TYING UP OL DINNY? T'BE A LOTTA FIGHT/NJ'- Wffl»»4<»» WASH TUBES Found! PAT. OFF. By CRANE OH, DEAR ME/ EVERyBOCV, 1 TELL VE X EASV. TH' FELLER WOT KILT THE BI66ER BROTHERS (-5 TH' FELLER WOT STOLE TH' TREASURE. FIWD OME, AW VE'VE FOUUC? TH'OTHER. WELL, SIR, FOLKS, IT SUDDENLY T0 ME THAT HE Y° urw7D )Bfc TREASURE f V^RBED TO ME THAT MO ONE FOUND C^^fS E TS^^ /HALLELUJAHf SXOam JTHO^H?-gPiSS! ",.1 IniiiHiTlnil STOLEM TREASURE.^ wjuncje? IAAJCDC?/ iikincc? ^noilei me iabs/cin-0/c WHERE? VVHEREJ/ UMDER (TORMELIUS TEMT-SOI TOOK A PICKAXE, AMD THERE/ WELL, I'M. IT WAS. (A PADBURWED ,H AM-HOCK' FRECKLES ANP HIS FRIENDS The Coach Has Hopes 1(Q 1935 BYNEA SERVICE,INC. T. M. REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. j By BLOSSER _J°> '-. mr,:B^:v jn~.jLA-.«,,- . f/?-'JB^ 5M.-i,—^^ UHE BIG GAME / KIMGSTOW VS SHADYSIDE ! THE AWNUAL FOOTBALL ( STRUGGLE... ROADS ARE = BLOCKED m WfTH CARS..f vsa fl^Uj.' I'LL MAKE YOU A BET/ IF KINGSTON BEATS SHADYSIDE,I'LL PUSH A PEANUT DOWN MAN STREET WITH MY NOSE/ ^ K (^ -^a IF SHADYSIDE WINS, YOU HAVE TO DO THE SAME THING / OW WOT )>t>UR LIFE.. IN A BET 'LIKE THAT ; 'I'D BE GIVING YOU ODDS / YOUR NOSE HAS A LONGER THE NEWFANGLES (Mom v n Pop} Traveling On a Trunk Line I SEE YOU GOT FRECKLES ON THE LIST, HERE, COACH. IS HE SURE GONMA PLAY? WELL IF I HAVE MY WAY, HE" \<B? THE BANDAGES ARE OFF ^rtXJR MOTHER'S EYES, BUT IT WILL TAKE SOME TIME BEFORE WE PARE EXPOSE THEM ID THE LIGHT // By COWAN I'* ^| ^ BUESS NV SOUL.IF Ff \SNJT THE BA&QAGE NVAN UNLOADIN 1 A TRUNK / RUN OUT AND SEE F SONJg OF TWE ORCUS PEOPLE / IV\AN-WHO EBSER OWNS DIS TRUNK DONE B&.CK, IT FULL. OB BRICKS, FEELS . uwe. ' AN,AH'D MATE T'Hfl/E T'TOTE _ . fW LAW'S LUOGAGE// SAY! WHATS TWE IDEA ? YOU READ ? L « «« M ttMM»vi«. INB.-T.M, B$«. y. s. MJE,

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