Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 27, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 27, 1935
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' ' ' ' ? ' ! *T ' _ MggH EKslSH _ E * HEAD 4* »AT — date — of —. 49 Grazed. SI Minute skin, openings. !d 82 Molding, ft'meat. S3 Poem. Hi. 34 Fillet. 1 55 Spendth: ;tt, afly. 66 He is a League o{— *te ft native delegate. HKART I'Ah 3 Inspires reverence. JPajfctn a drlma. 4 Above. 6 Born. 6 Degraded. 7 TO throw. 8 Verbal. 9 In. spokesman. 15 He disagreed with the other . 18 to regret. 20 Roint of pen. 22 ftoof point covering. 23 Edge. >.4 Unit. 25 Read. yt >lea,dovv. 28 Astern. 29.Chi.ld. (31 Golf teacher. 32 To make lace. 35 Conjunction. 3 9 Aye.. 38 Locked, '39 Station. 41 On top of. •12 Type of plum. 43 Narrow valley 45. Slower parts. 46 Shaft surface. 47 Observed. 49 Because. 50 Lair. if' M „>#,., 53 45 ^ 38 m > 3; >35 ^ ^ 49 53 3S 50 12 K 19 2i> 36 >44 7 2O 53 39 51 54 17 37 45 S$^ 46 IO 15 47 •271 er Springs ge,, ^/""i^ j , ( 'Next" Saturday night, Sunday and 'Sunday night will be our regular ^•Jaching. time. Everybody invited, foryetfc Laaeter was dinner guest of flteir-' Rogers and his mother Mrs. " ft^Rogers last Sunday. :/"and Mrs. Merrell Huckabee it^Sunday with their mother, Mrs. id.'-Vines and Mr. Vines. ' V W." McASpWAanis and Mrs. McWil- i, and grandson Ray, and Mrs. Huckabee were business vis- in Wa oVli ngton 'Saturday. , v s. Hoyeix Laseter called to see tts. Lester Day at the home of Mr. Mrs. Rastus Aaron. JfiMrs. Howard Collier was in Hope iSaturday. and Mrs. J. W. McWilliams led on Mrs. Ella Hodnett and Mr. ^—-1 Mrs. Edwin Britt Sunday after- jrioon; also Mr. and Mrs. Merrell Huck- |f SeH IU Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star MARKET PLACE • >. ;Remember, the more you tell, the ,\ " * quicker you sell. ', • 1 time, lOc line, min. 30« ', ' ?For consecutive insertions, roini- '7;' inum of 3 lines in one arf 3 times, 6c line, min, 5Q« 6 times, Sc line, min. 90c ' 26 times, 3V4c line, min, $2.70 (Average 5% words to the line.) t ad? will be accepted . tha understanding that the fa" payable; on presentation of statement, before the first publication, Phone 768 WANTED WANTED: Furnished house or apart- '•jnent. Phone 146-W. 25-3t CANTED: Log trucks to haul logs Hope. See Floyd Porterfield. 22-Btc. Money to Loan— MORTOAGES abee called at the same place. Mrs. J. S. Reedij^as a bu5ii>es? vis- 'itor in Hope Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rogers are moving back to their home from El Dorado. ' Mrs. Howard Collier and Mrs. Mollie Talley attended the club meeting at Mrs. George Crews' Thursday afternoon. Ms. Hugh Laseter and Mrs. Hpyett Laseter was among the Hope visitors Saturday. J[.. \V. England, spent Sunday with. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Caudle. Holly Grove Bro. Rogers'filled his regular appointment here Sunday,. Miss Frances Wiilis spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Gail Evans of Emmet. Harry and Van, Jr. Derrybercy have been visiting their pa.rents, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Derryberry. Friends are. sorry to know that Miss Neomi Derryberry has been quite ill, we hope for her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Maude Elliott and Mrs. Martha Hembree were visitors to Hope Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lige Bearden and daughter., Hila, of Hope, attended church here Sunday. Misses Euna Mae, Helen, and Dorothy Garrett spent Sunday with Miss Beatrice Hembree. '• Mrs. Ida Gorhain, Mrs. Lee Gorham and two daughters of DeAnn attended church here Sunday. Green Laseter Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wolf and Mrs. Frank Bailey visited in Magnolia and Waldo Sunday. ' ] Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cumbie, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Burl Ross spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cumbie, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Purtle were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erie Ross of Shover 'Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Ross and daughter Barbara Ann, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones of Oak Grove. , Borrow ?50 to |25Q from us at 6% on furniture, automobile, or other } property. Pay it back to monthly payments. For full in- f Affmation see GREENING INSUR* AGENCY. 20-38tc FOR RENT FOB RENT—December first, apart- with private bath, furnished, paid. Phon^ 416-W, M/a. Tom " rdlow, 620 South Main. 28-3tp FOIJ SALE—Horses and mules, See If. gutton at Sijtton and Hale Ser- Station, Hope, Ark. 12-26tp FOR:5ALE MEAT CURING Ingredients BLACK PEPPER lb 25c BED PEPPEB lb 40c SALT PETRE lb 25c The Very Best Quality BRIANT'S Drug Store MQNTS SUGAR CURE For 2 FOR 1C—BEEF i | IT'S Better, Safer, 1 | Cheaper and Easier 3 IMQNTS SE.EU STORE! Bargain—1930 Dodge De Coupe.. Excellent Condition. Right. Cash or terms. TOJD , Phone 731. 27-3tc —Setter, Male, White, black- ticked, five years old. Setter, fe- i- Bjale, white and black spots, black-tan ticked, and two years old. No collar jjfl either dog. Liberal reward for JF«tnrn, to Joe JB. Greene. 25-3te Help ^ '*jPosltion open for man with air. Ftenty of work and plenty of nay, Jnquke V. W. £>erryb«ry, 222 a#t 2d street, Phoo« H4-W. 2fi-»P Stop That Cough WITH CHERROSOTE Tte beet M"B*dy 'or simple coughs and y&trlt; ferme)4sUv« we have. 8 09. Bottle 60c JOHN 5. GIBSON "The Hop?, Ark. Store" 63 Established 1885 By MARVIN V OUT OUR WAY By AHERN TELL US YOU rr, IT WAS A AAY EYE- 1 -*.YOU OM \T,HOW-»-vSO t HAVA , , , _TO H\S CHIN,AH SO COLD HVS SECONDS HATD . TO 1^UB HINA WHH NAlTTBN'o' KNEW, EN OLAQN CAME WE HA"D UCKBD f EYE JUST A TRADE W\TH -POSCOE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Not So Dumb By CRANE ALLEY OOP OOP-DID FOOZV GIT LOST? 's My Wandering Foozy Tonight? By HAMLIN WONDER WHERE FOOZV CAN = / I CAMT FIKIO /lAKlYWHERE © 1935 BY NEASERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. QFF.-' AW -1 DQMT GUbf SHOULD UX3RRY BOUT HE'LL BE TMRNIW WASH TUBES On Their Way & By WILLIAMS AFTER SUPPER, WASH AMD r l'LL LEAVE A MOTE FOR LULLJ BELLE. AND THE CURRENT SWEEPS THEM OUT TO SEA?/ FRECKLES ANT HIS FRIENDS Eligible ;EC. U.S. PAT. OFF By BLOSSER IWEW WE'F- QOWMA BRANCH OUT AW' GIVE \ LIKE A OJOTHES-AWD /PEACHY PDOP AWAY, TOO.' BUT WE'LL WEEP HELP .' WE POWT WAWT OUG> CLUB WHO POESSJT /OUTFIT I^SJOW WHAT \ rD '-'^ IT is TO BE J TO HELP; POOR .' r^- TOO/ ''{$?& YA SEE, WE HAVE EVERY KID IN THE CUJB CHECKING UP ON ALL me POOR SHADYSIPE // WE'VE ALL POOLEP OUR OLP TOYS AMP THINGS TOGETHER, AN' WHEN CHRISD/IAS COMES, WE'RE GONNA DIVIDE THEM UP AW GIVE 'EM To KIPS WHO REALLY WILL. EMJq THEM .' PO YOU REALLY KNOW WHAT IT IS ID BE POOR f PO I ? SAY, IF I EVEN FOUHP A NICKEL IN MY POCKET RIGHT NOW, I'P KNOW I HAD SOMEONE ELSE'S PANTS ON .'.' if I ^ T. M. RK, u! '••%$T® ^ ' V& 1 NEWFANGlUES (Mom v n pop) Five Bucks Shot By COWAN m THE BULL5-V HAW-' WHEN I WAS :YE AND W'l^ / WITU T.R.,HUNTINOr Bid GA^AE IN AFRICA, I WAS .TWE SU6,RPSWOOTES VJWO NIPPED TUE EARS OFF IUE LIQN5 ^ so TUEY COULDN'T kR OUR ft,PPROACrtl. HIT, Tug. TZZZZZf » TUET'sYsPUT-T-T-IT'S $5.00 \RXKE.! YOU WORTH/ ILOA.DED THET TUAT TUfTi^EY S LIKE AN OWL APPROACH! N fc TAXIDERlVMbT ME'S AS GOOD AS STUFFED FULL- OF CHESTNUTS AND . RtGUT THE ISWQOTIN TARGET, ffl IMS W N5» SERVICE. INC. T. ^. REC, Q. 5, PAT S' e , - * '.lk^^'.X, . . :

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