Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 7, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 7, 1935
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HOPE $TAR, H0m .Important Fish t&TAt, ---;--- JwlT]L !n •MARK) & soft* IS Answer to Pwvloas I»u*ite H A WHEY POST KISii SEIB tliiilfrlRIB ; ,.24 Mother. ,,C-~ standard. ^ft Opposite of ,- ^ Higher* |,L3& Iron. ,'$3 Ceremony f > ;S4 Qefcus of "' swans. 1,'SSShort leUers. 33 Note in scale. rSiPlAININIEIPllPM .ILIOIT.r found in the 'North —-. • 49 Varnish ingredient. 61 Virginia willow. 53 Stem joints, 54 Horse'.s rteck hairs, 55 Weird. 57 Witticism. 5S One who tKfiM Circular f.T- ioJ-tlttcation. -*" v '43 These fish are paves. 59 The young are born in • water. : 60 Beer, • 61 Most of these fish but once. VERTICAL 1 Paper roll, 2 Dry. 3 Opposite of win. •I Door rug. ' 5 All right. 6 Long tooth. 7 Gem. S Doctor 9 Distant. 10 Roman d«y. 11 Local position. 12 students' residence. 14 Equipage. 17 Mother. 15 Note of scale. 21 Deformity of mouth. 22 Fiendish, 24 Allots. 26 Cantaloup*. 23 English coin. 29 Humor. 51 Child. 32 Form of "be." :<5 Comfort, 37 To distinguls) 41 Passage. 42 Withered. 44 Form of "a." 45 Insensibility. 46 Heathen god. 47 Festival, 48 Exists. 49 Fluid rock. 50 Afresh, 52 Sloths. 54 Chart. 50 Exclamation. 55 Postscript Iv'" Shover Springs u are killing hogs in this com- liauniiy. . . V. W. J. Burgess filled his reg- appointment here Saturday and jSelllt! Find It! Rent It! Buy-It! t'ji ,' ' in the Hope Star MARKEl PLACE ^Remember, the more you tell, the I*-* quicker you sell. » lfk 1 time, lOc line, Jnin. 30c 'Fot consecutive insertions, minim- 7 mum of J5 lines in one ad j 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c < » 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 28 tunes, 3%c hne, min. §2.70 (Average 5% words to the line) ' t >NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 NOTICE IS 'NOTICE—We are now buying peas, ''Monts Seed Store 5-12tc WANTED WANTED: Reliable man to succeed J, ]B, Young in North LaFayette County, , An opportunity to step into a well established business as Mr. Young has just completed his llth year. Surety Contract required. Everything furnished but the car. Write J. A. Laws, C/o The W. T. Rawleigh Company, Memphis, Tenn. 6-5tc Give Him a Billfold for Christmas. All. kinds at all prices. John S. Gibson Drug Co. 3-6tc Money to Loan— MORTGAGES Borrow $50 to ?250 from us at 6% on ypur furniture, automobile, or other personal property. Pay it back in BmaJl monthly payments. For full in• v |pwnatipn see GREENING 1NSUR- AJfCB AGENCY. 20-26tc Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Homing of Prescott called on Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Reed Sunday and all visited the CCC camp at Alton ih the afternoon. Miss Ada May England a teacher near Lockeburg spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil England. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers of El Dorado spent a few days this week with their mother, Mrs. Charles Rogers! and Brother Parker. Miss Bonnie Crews of Magnola A. & M. college was a week end visitor, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Crews and attended church here Sunday, The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rogers are glad to welcome them back home after a year at El Dorado. Miss Marjoria Byers of Henderson Teachers college, Arkadelphia, attended chdrch here Sunday. Hugh Laseter of Shreveport, La., spent the week end with home folks, he returned home Sunday evening accompanied by Hoyett Laseter who will spend a while in Shreveport. Mr.-and Mrs. J. S. Reed were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Collier were dinner guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Lewallen Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. George Crews took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Dudney Sunday. Mrs. Luther Owens and little son, of Shreveport, La., attended church here Sunday. John Reece and son, Carl of near Hope, called to se their sister and aunt, Mrs. Mary Sewell at Texarkana who is seriously ill at her home there. Miss Mary Ellen Reece and brother, Donald of Hope, spent the week end with their sister, Mrs. Joe Gentry and Mr. Gentry and attended church here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cash and little daughter, Patrician Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Elkins and little son Windell of Hope, spent Sunday tvening with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McWilliam. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pickard o Rocky Mound and Early McWilliams were Monday dinner guests of Mr, anc Mrs. J. W. McWilliams. WILLIAMS OUTPOUR WAY. OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN A&IKJ *~ HE'S t>A t#Lt>ING UP TVf (3 TfOO MOKJEST TO A GOOD 6UV, AW VOU OW OUTV, BUT IS GWOOKBO KWOW WMUT A&OOC) G4JV TO BG LOOKOUT fH" APPLE CKRT OUT MONDAY !— 1'NV SWOVIN' ^, NOftTH WITH TrV#2.£0 1 GOT, •4%\ TO <3O \N SHAKES WVtVA OP MINE, IN TW UUNCVA COUNTED BUSINESS J-^THAT OU WTTH TW HOUR GLASS ON i VIA - IT'S A GUV \MWO ALU M13 TO&MXd MAW FGR TW SO HE CAM'T BE MOMGST AWAV, LOAMS ALL AW BE AW ACCE350RV TO BREAKIM' RULES OOVJM WOBODV, AW f^lWALLV LAUDS IW POORWOUSe -THAT'S A AWFUL TO ! THE MA.5OR THE GOOD GUV ? ® 1935 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. H. RtC. U. S. PAT. OFF. By MARTIN For the Love of Boots BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By HAMLIN A Counter Attack ALLEY OOP &OTTA MOVE I'M GOWMA THEM . . . INC. T.M. RESU.S. PAT. OfF.J- :{-- *e*s Iv- arrived a line of children Classic Books. 25c each. John S. ©ifoson Drug Co. 2-6tc FOR RENT and Testaments. A large line fpj? you to select from. John S. Gib§on, Prug Co. 2-6tc fOR KENT — Five room house in good condition. See Paul Cobb West fourth street. J- 3tc^ "FOR BENT — Bedroom adjoining bath. ?hone 906. Mrs. W. R. Chandler T 7-6tc FOB SALE—Horses and mules, See P,,Ji Sutton at Button and Hale Service Station, Hope, Ark. 12-26tp FQB SALE—Eight desirable rcsi- 4j»Bce lots. Well located. Easy terms. P. 3g. Briant. -Ji-6tc f OR SALE&At a bargain, five room hflruse, at 1508 South Main. Cash or terms. A. C. More-land, Phone 26- 5-3tp T ?OR SALE — Fine Brood Mare. Ifcoyy jrj fold.2 Easy kept, good! worker. If interested see L. C. Sommerville fbone 815-J 3tp Want It Printed | RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, high quality juli. What* ever your needs, we can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY "Frinting Tlu,t Makes an WASH TUBES /BUT, WHV \TOO DAW6SROUS. THE RELATIVE, WHO WAS V PURTMERMORE, IM A . DIPWT MRAtO COLLECT THE LIFE (USURAkJCe,WOULD/ C\TV t \T'S HARD FOR A 8\6GEf? DO BE SUSPECTEP OP TME CRIME, AKJP H MAM ~TO DISAPPEAR,.AND 1 ^ CONVINCE AM IMSURAMCG COMPASJV HE'S DEAR HIS BODY'S Wash Gets the Lowdown By CKAINE klLLIM IM MEW VORk? ON A SMALL ISLAKJD ff'S WOT^O HARD. ESPECIALLY/F ERE'S KJOAPPACEMT'MEAJUS OF ESCAPE, AMP VOU M/HO'VE THREATEWEP TO k/LL r- HAVE you. / L-... i /_J , 7,1; THIS WHV HE CRU/Sfc HE U/AMTEP EMEMIES, AMD AL5O \VITMES5E5 WHO'P 6IVE l( Pl?OOF" HI5 DEATM. r 7\ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS YEAH.... HEY, LOOK! THERE'S OSSIE WITH A , CRUTCH HE MUSTA GOT FROM SOME BODY ! GEE, WE RE CERTAINLY 30ING OVER BK3 WITH OUR HFISAC, AREN'T WET, LE'S CO AN SEE WHO HE'S GONNA GIVE (T 10... HERM STORY, OVER THE TRACKS, COULD USE IT// WHATCHA WANNA S/ IT IN TWO FOR 1 YOU'LL SPOIL IT.' Ambition Realized MOT TKA'S By BLOSSER ALL MY LIFE I'VE BEEN WANTIN' SOMEBODY TO GIVE ME AN OLD CRUTCH.... V/UAV -C^ 'THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Windy Speaks Out of Turn f ~- ..- •--_ ' - ~~ SO T COULD MAKE )2~^- -^—^^I^gg MYSELF A REAL SUNG SHOT/ .Tin V^ '-?Vir| 1935 BV NCA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. By COWAN tAEQE NQrmNGlWHY.WUEN I WAS A PIS CAM OB\ I'OUNGSTF.R GETTING W FIRST STABT, ON A RUBBISH WAaoN, X COULD PlACE SHO / FIVE CAMS IN & CIRCLE ANp/--»PlCK HEA\V !^\ TWEfA UP WITH ONE WWND-. LIKE YOU WOULD FIVE IL ^ l] GLASSES WON A BET, ONCE..WITM EMMY'S OLD NAN, TUAT 1 COULD TUROW A. V CAM OF RUBBISH OVER MIS HOUSE. YOU fAEAN,WUEN YQU\ VVAS DWYIN' DE ASH \ eA)3T,YOU CALUE.O AT 1 ._ EMMV^ HOMe ? S ^—ill, , , , . . ' -^ YEAH- THAT'S WHERE v HER UP ,' '***' -I"/ te«B»h8ejfaii!flatfL. -.ffl

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