Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 17, 1937 · Page 4
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FOtft HOPE STAfl, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, December 17, 1937 _ "The More ¥ou Tell, the Quicke* You Sell" KATES One thn«—2c word, mtnlnmiM Me Wu*«. tfctte»-3We word, mln. 5*c Six ttec*—6c word, mlnhnUB 90c One month (28 times)—18c word. minimum' $231 ftatea are for continuous tosei' Udns only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Heat," "For Sale," etc.—this is tree. But each Initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a toll word. For example: FOB BENT—Three-room modern tarnished apartment, with garage Close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, photic S993. Total, IS words, at 2e word, 3*c tot one time; at 3&c word, 53c toe three times, etc. NOTE: All Mtders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill. PHONE 768 Personals Wanted, names, MEN under 26 who are willing to work for $75.00 a month while training to become aviators or ground mechanics. One year's training given by U. S. Air Corps. Costs absolutely nothing. Flying Intelligence Service. Box 522, Milwaukee, \Vis. 17-ltp Services Offered HOLD EVERYTHING — Old Beds, New Beds. For Christmas can you beat it 54.50 to 59.50. Come- and see Kempstead Mattress Shop, West Fourth St. Call Paul Cobb, G58-M. 12-2-26tc COBB'S RADIO SERVICE 208 South Elm, Phone 383 Radio's, Balteries, Tubes Repair work guaranteed, be ready for Christmas. 29-26tp Wanted HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. o04 East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE « . 18-tfc LOANS Money to Loan on New Buildings. Repairing Homes in City Limits. Easy monthly payments. Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association. 10-26tc For Sale FOR SALE—Ladies fur coats. Latest styles. Full length and swagger. Priced reasonable. Apply Travelers' Camp, North State Line, Texarkana. 14-6tp FOR SALE—Fat turkeys for Christmas. Place orders now. Lee Garland Hope. Ark. Rt. 4. Phone 1609 F3. 16,3tp FOR SALE—Girls Lalonia Bicycle, large size. Can be seen at 302 East 2nd. Street, Phone 861. 16-6tc Lost LOST—Mouse colored horse mule, frosty face, about 6 years old, weight 900 Ibs. Notify George Kidd, Hope Rt. 1 16-3tp For Rent FOR RENT—Furuished Middlebrooks Grocery. home. See 16-3tc OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . . < Major Hoofklj OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS W"W'*«W*m<WW? AUTHOR AT FOURTEEN literary ambitions of Vic tor Marie Hugo sprouted early. he began writing at 14. At that age he had already exhausted the tragedies of Voltaire and contemporary French dramatists and had decided "I wish to be a writer or nothing." At 15 Hugo won his first recognition, for poetry, and encouraged he promptly started his first novel, "Bug-Jargal," portrayal ol a blood-curdling episode in the Negro revtolt of San Domingo. The novel wasn't especially notable, but it did start this fiery young Frenchman on a long and brilliant career. That career, in the succeeding 65 years, proved one of the most tempestuous, brilliant, dramatic that France had ever known. Success crowned success as he turned out an amazing volume of work, and he was feted on every hand. And for Hugo, it proved too much. He slipped into a period of indulgence that provoked frequent scandals, his work deteriorated simultaneously. H i s daughter was drowned in the Seine to bring added tragedy. Bitter, Hugo temporarily turned 1.0 politics and failed again. He was exiled nearly 20 years for his part in the revolution. In 1870, however, he returned to Paris in triumph with the establishment of the Republic. He died in 1885, a igure of the ages. He is shown lere on a 1936 French stamp. {Copyright. 1937. NEA Service. Inc.) I- BEEN! TO SAID THEV WAS THIM' WITH A FUTURE/AM' tMAT OUST WHESJ THEY'D O£T TO L.OVB A TH' SANTA CLAUS 3OB, IT'D PO A CIRCUS TLJMBL MY WORO / WHAT ' A STROKE OF POKTUN & '. WE'LL. START ^,./ A WEW FAC> |M SAW73S/ HOOPLES TU/V\BLIM<3 ; MICKS,' WE'LL. -^ HOLT? THEM AT A /^ PREMIUM AMP THEY'LL BE A FEATURE OF OUR d ALA OPENING / BUT, SAY, HlKjKY'S FOUR ' XSNNX, V COUSINS, WHO ARS TUMBLERS WITH A £lRCLrS/AKB Ol^l TH' 1 ' ~£\:*-^ f '^v _•;— -.- _r=Sj«-.-..-[' . T LOOKS IF COUSIWS ARE INJ = / 6OOP NIGHT.' WHAT'Rfe YOU L/WINT THER.E CR.YIM' PER'? i / CLIZ 1 WOULPN / NEEP TO BE CICVIXV IF I ,~- -' x l WAS r-TANPiN' ) / ^^ UP/ ,y .ftSV-- ?-' l'«Bfe;.^ : :::-'v COME (NATION BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Out of Luck TO cv\c\<\ By MARTIN oo\^t AV.V. . THfXViW. XOO '. SOT, Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page One 1. William B. Bankhead of Alabama is Speaker of the House of Representatives. He -succeeded Joseph W. Byrns of Tennesse, who died June 4, 1936. 2. The standard guagc of railway in United States and many foreign counties in 4 feet S 1 ; inches. 3. There are 72 points in one inch. 4. John Jay was the first chief justice of the United States. 5. Charles Blondin 'Jean Francois Gravelett. a Frenchman crossed Niagara Falls on a tii|ht-wiro on three occasions, in 1855, 1853 and 1860. ALLEY OOP ; f -\ H E .QE HE GOES - TH' 7'\lll WIWD'5 &LGWM HIM Y'l*.,, CLEAR: FAREWELL n;]l'£f -TO OL' OUZT.LE .'.' / $ f« HIS EWD IS ^X^F* POOI2> " A ' ll ' x; A Happy Landing - \v-\' sv f v Vv^^^^^i \\v '••' \ f <?=x^- v x \\>v\\-.- > . •••• '/ ^\\ ; .^\xv ••. - -- • ' - x .Uv4'L // . : \ N -^ \ •^•-^•v> r w-- /i-.-i -v^ By HAMLIN EE/J I MEVE& ANWTHIWO EQUAL THAT COPR71937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. Notice WASH TUBES They Mean Business By CRANE NOTICE—A stockholders moetin" ..f the Hope Federal Savings & Ln;m Association will be held at the pffifj nf Greening Insurance Agency .T "::!•' p. m. January 12lh 19:58. 17-ltv European Author HORIZONTAL I. 6 Feminine writer using a masculine name, 8 Uncommon. 10 Muscular power. 12 Fence door. 14 Heart. 16 Sick. 17 Apish actions. 20 Northeast. 21 Constellation. 22 Myself. 23 Misdemeanor. 24 Bronze, 26 Mineral spring 30 To stream. 32 Tolerated, 34 Auditory. 36 Wrath. 37 Small child, 38 Chum. 40Mooley apple, 41 Sun god, 4? Any feeling. 45 Afternoon. 4fl Skin disease. 47 To scrutinize, 49 Grief. Answer to Previous Puzzle nun? 51 Side bone. 53 Pertaining to birds. 55 Bitter herb. 56 Ever. 57 Girl. 58 She was —~by nationality. 8 NorthwesV period. 18 Parent. 19 Type rilantU'.i' 21 Ozone. 23 To briny K-g. suit. 24 Helpers. 25 Clan unit. 27 Italian i i'.xr. 23 Devoured. 29 Sagacity. 31 English coin, 32 Pest. 33 Platform. 35 Little dtvil. 37 Spiny mamma!. EXPLOSION QUICKLY THE REST, LIGHTS AP WOMEM SCREAM, OFFICERS ANP FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Trifle Mixed Up PACK TO VOUR. SEATS, EVERYBODY.' IT'S A STICKUP.' WE AIMTCRATYANO WEAfNT DROP- 1 MAPMEM; \ PING NO GUN^; OET BACIC! 0!Z - j iy^?§ 1^' L '- SLOW VOUR. BLANKETV BLANKED' CKAZV/. \ upAns DPF PROP THAT' HtArc> OPK GUN, SIR' ' By BLOSSER 3 Verbal. 4 To soak flax. 5 Electrical unit. 3 ^ocality. 6 Made a nose 42 To slum the noise. 7 Pertaining to air. surface of water. 43 Forc-i«nr-r. 44N;iUticol. 59 She was rated 11 Frozen water. 40 Genus oil among the 13 To merit. auks 15 Employs. 16 She the musician, Chopin, better 1 Grain. 2 Bird of prey. 48 Unless. 50 Rowing tool. 51 Mule rji-oncu 52 Golf teacher. during his best 54 Onager. I'M GLAD you IKJVITED ME TO STAY TWIGI-fT, FRECK ! I HAVE. SOMETHINGS I'D LIKE TO TALK OVER ! I JUST GOTTA GET MOWEY SOMEHOW AJJD I HAVE I COULD QUIETLY SHIP our OF PORT STOCKTOM OW A FREIGHTER, AS A CABIKJ BCA/ .' THAT V/OULD MAKE IT EASIER OM MOM,AMD MAYBE I COULD V/ORK UP IW THE; STEAMSHIP Ccjh/tPAWY ! I'M AGAIMST IT, KIUTTY .' YOUR MOM WOULD MISS YOU TOO MUCH, AMD WHAT ARE YOU DOIKJG HERE.TAG ? COULDWT SLEEP....I HAD A FUKJMY (30 BACK TD BED.... YOU TD WUTTY J (HAVE: HALLU- IT SEEMED ) CIKIATIOMS I DFJEAMEP SOMETHIMG STRANGE AWFUL REAL ! '. U f Vou'pE CRAXY ! }/.'• I GARGLED THREE TIMES COI'h 1 j j 1 U i_'• ' ^ ' • * H 'jiSSjl 1 .^. MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE THIS HOTE,LEF7 )K) MV OFFICE FOeVQU,TIM, SEEMS TO &E FEOKA VOUQ, SISTER - SHE SAVS SHE'S COMING TO ViSIT YOU NEXT THUI^ ISM'T THAT NICE? A Hidden Message By THOMPSON AND COLL A MOMEKJT UT£f2, WITH THE MOTE HIDDEN IN HIS SHIRT, TIM APPEARS AT THE iNFIRMAEy, HIS FIMGEE. BLI WHV, TIM.' HOW DID YOU PO THAT? HECE, I LET ME PUT SOME ' IODIK1E OM IT- YEAH CAM I HAVE IT, PLEASE PPOM RETURNING TO HIS ROOM, TIM QUICKLY RUBuS HIS IODINE-SOAKED BAN- His"s)sreB-" , MYRA AMD JACK, IM PUR- "; SUIT OF WILLIE, APPROACH BEAKEia ST. ' / STOP HERE, JACK, ^ I AMD WE'LL HOOK I THIS TRICK RADIO =X UP TO THE CAIi-y GCX5D IDEA.' THEM WE'LL hWOW WHEM WE'RE WEARING J THE EXACT LOCATION'

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