Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 11, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 11, 1935
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Unhappy Queen l*r*frions Puitte 42 J Neuter pronoun. 59 And was heir to the British handle. ed. watoe from 46 Butter lump •IS Tango 50 Soon. 51 Sorceress. 53 One who inherits. Boggy land. 55 Absence o£ noise. 57 Hastened 58 She was a .queen of 1 Damages. 2 Some. • 3 Musical note. •\ French coin. s S'osing bear: 6 English coin. 7 Sailor. S Advertisement n Nothing lt> Profound 11 She belonged . Mistake. i t<>perforatc espouse De*tdr Southeast Pofnt. South America ''vy> .*/Y ?,*",•*• TJ {^ i •> to the —» family 12 Mountain bass. 14 Arid tfnet 16 Liberates. 17 She was —-. 20Si>eech detect. 22 rat. 24 BalHer 26 to let fall. 28 One who or* dains. 30 Eyeglas* preecrlbei: 32Meah of lace. 37 Stick. 38 Tumor. 39 I ot Ens land was her son. 41 Hurrah) 43 To coat with tin 45 Portuguese lady. 46 Chutn •17 Baking dish 49 Roman king, 51 Falsehood. 52'To perform. 55 South-Carolina 56 Exclamation. Rocky Mound , " "The S, I. A. will meet Friday after- nofrn-at 2:30 p. m. all mothers are '*---- J to be present to discuss plans v Christmas tree. Clifford Messer and little son •Charles of New Hope visited Mr. and Mrs. Warren a few days last week. VaitdjJMrs. Dewey Bearden anij T spent Sunday with Mr. and .VE.-O, Rogers. Mrs. Tommy Buttler anc - _L <,vuij—.« all It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! ^ "» intheHopeSter iftRKET PLACE "Remember, tlie more you tell, the 5 " quicker you sell. ,'/, 1 time, We line, min. 30c FJir consecutive insertions, minim- t_ inum of 3 lines in one ad l ,*J 3 tunes, 6c line, min. 50c J- <i 5"Unles, 5c line, min. 90c •*? 28 ,times, 3%c line, min. $2.70 . 5% words to the line) anf ads will be accepted ithe understanding that the it' is payable on presentation of Wepwnt, before the first publi- Ofrtion. S '' Phone 768 visited relatives in Nevada county Sunday. • , Mrs. Deward Silvey and baby daughter Joyce Marie spent Thursday with Mrs. John Bill Jordan. Miss Helen Jeans spent Sunday with Miss Elva Pickard. . Miss Susie Ervin and brother Winston of Hope visited friends here Sunday. Mrs. Fletcher Sasterling and children spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jordan. The $7,000,000 fortune of Johns Hop- ( vided between the university and hos- pital'which bear his name. The Juangs, literally "leaf-wearers," a jungle tribe of OrLssa, India, take their most sacred oaths on an ant-hill or tiger skin. iMOTlCE NOTICE— We are now buying peas Mpnts Seed Store. _ 5-12tc WANTED WANTED. Reliable man to succeed 3, E. Young in North LaFayette County, An opportunity to step into a well established business as Mr. Young has jvs/t completed his llth year. Surety Contract required. Everything furnished but the car. Write J. A. Laws, c/P The W. T. Rawleigh Company, Memphis, Tenn. 6-5tc 61 FT SUGGESTIONS Billfolds, Bibles, Testaments, Toilet Sets, Electrical Gifts, Candy and Many Others JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Phone 63 Hope, Ark. Established 1885 :— Women's coats, Dresses, Evening Dresses, Men's Suits. Overcoats. Joyce and Floyd McDowell Store, Third Street. 10-6tc GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Waffle &£ AC Irons ®ll.'TU Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical Phone 259 Money to Loan — • ^ MORTGAGES Sorrow ISO ^ to $250 from us at 6% on you.? furniture, automobile, or other personal property. Pay it back in snjall monthly payments. For full information see GREENING INSURANCE AGENCY. 20-26tc FOR RENT RENT — Bedroom adjoining bath; Phone 906. Mrs, W. R. Chandler ^ 7-6tc FOR SALE and mules, See H. Svitton at Button and Hale Ser- ylce StaUon, Hope, Ark. 12-^6tp SALE^-Girls bicycle, in excul- condition. Can be seen at 1106 South Main Street.^ U-3tp SALE — Fine Brood Mare. fold .2 Easy kept, good work- tf interested see L. <S. Sommerville SALE—1500 bales of hay. Set Floyd Porterfield. 9-3tp ~ LOST LOST—Nine months old pointer pup. \yhite with light -brown ears. For reward phone 833, Fred Childers. 901 : Sth St. H-3tp Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, higli (fuality job. Whatever your needs, we tan serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY "Printing That Makes an \ HOPE SffAi, IKAHSAS ; #wl ', ^V ,, _.. ^ „„'%;_, '^f^l Wednesday! tjecemjbtr 11, BOAftDINC HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS fe<3At>, m NKY — NN^R .TOT^lH COKNEE DEPARTMENT ME /\ POSITION , THE NEXT TWO CHRIST KA AS T s &CK/\C»fcS -v- HUT L MUST t3ECUN&,OW\NCb TO A> TOUCH O£ /XRTWRYT\<S \N N\\ WH\CH MUST BE NIMBLE fOR PACKAGE. TELL MR .TOPP1N I SENT HE'LL BE GLA.DTO <3IVE: \DU THE JOB f IT WOULt) ONLY TOR TWO "FOR P00\_ T 1935 8» NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Off. THE AW' DOMT VOU 1 OlO'N GrtV'6 V41M MO CAW pT IM rA D 1 *—*"M WW If 1 OMG TMIMG-- VtJU'Rfe WNO-WEART6D MUT! I' '£M OFF INJ LUXURV- k^ri^^-^ ALL --•• .UV TOO A BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Smart Work By MARTIN ALLEY OOP VOO VVtWO '£M OFF LOT OF . OOT . DO io OF VOO'O UVLt . TO VArXM'c \T ® 1935 BY NEA SERVICETNCTT. M. REO. U. 5. PAT.| Poor Yoriks!—They Knew 'Em Well By HAMLIN DOOTSY BOBO AKJ' KIMG TUMK HAVE DOME BEEN t ET 'UP BY A / WOTTA DINOSAUR./ NAWFUL OH,WELL,WEA / YEAH, I CANT DO MO J (RECKON WE'D X BETTER. Jr\ «i' :? ii% «\?*M2Wf!»' ^'r,»'KL J*. ,V ."^ -"-i ^» j< l li?'**' ^# A^rt. .''^ Sff'sJ '"•'• i' A ; . ,_ ' 'MA/' ! I>». °>%{^) iylJ5°BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF., WASH TUBES Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here! By CRANE BELLE/ ANP THE WHOLE COME ROWIM6 ASHORE. MAPPV' SAVE P. ', YOU LOP-EACEP SO-Y gETCHA , PIP VE= 6IT THE 1 LIFE, MURDERER? r^X PlDf lRE EMOU6M, \T>6 THE 6OOP SHIP, HE'S V WOT/ \ DIP HEY WELL, Y AW, I B166ER ALIVE? ABOUT / 'CA TAM. THAT? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS "0UICK, BUPPIE. TAKE ME THE SHIP. I dor T«5 SEWP A 1 RAPID c ^"^ Number One By BLOSbER IF A GUY STARVES WHESJ HE HAS GOLD BURIED IKJ HIS YARD, HE MUST BE A BIT BALMY.' BUT LET'S HELP HIM, IF WE CAW /.' "'CHECK.' tffl IF WE GIVE HIM FOOD, IT WONT DO HIM MUCH GOOD, IF HE BURIES IT.... BUT, CHAK1CES ARE HE WONT... HE LOOKS TOO HUNGRY FOR THAT.'/ OUR ORIGINAL FLAW WAS TO MAKE EVERYONE IN SHACYSIDE. HAPPY ON CHRISTMAS,.. OKAY, WE'LL START WITH HIM... HE'S OUR TOUGHEST PROBLEM •'.' CLOTHES WE COLLECTED WERE SOLD AN'TURNED /OF GF2OCERIES INTO GROCERIES., AIM7D AW OLD A LOT OF QV3T-OFF / ^LL RIGHT, OW LET'S TURN A LOT HERE THEy ARE.' MAN .'/• GUV HAS EATEN THE CORNERS OFF A SQUARE MEAL .'.' I BET ITS BEEKI AGES / HE MAY LEAD A HAWD-TO- SINCE THAT POOR OLD 1 MOUTH EXISTEWCE:, BUT FROM THE LOOkS OF HIM, I THINK HIS HAND HAS LOST IT5 WAY, THE NEWFANGLES (Moni'n fop) !f"Ws IS A &DEKT\/ THE OVERN\GHT ^ i IDEE,PET - OUR V GUESTS ER THE. J'PL/VCE WIUL BE \ ONES TV4ET RW , " FAMOUS ALL THE DIVIDENDS, AN OVER THE COUNTRY/THESE. SIGNS W' ^ &RIN& 'ENV IN ? Just Like a Moyie By COWAN WHAT WAS THET WHISTLE -3 SHOULD I KNOW? HURRY, AND TACK UP THET SIGN I ITS A COP ' \^& _^^F^ «i=«ii HURRY UP ' WEXU BEAT IT BEFORE HE KNOWS WHO WE ARE.' x,

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