Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 16, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, December 16, 1935
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ffllcal Leader god'of before. rana Hipaa 0ciHa'Hii ran agsa afflatus ltd*, d Sports. 40 Me Is —. 13 ft* fnvor* low 15 Lava. 16 Corpse. 19 Pertaining to A league. 20 Twisted cord. 23 Packer. 25 UlRlit-l)an<l *\' IfSfmtt. 40Co)Kenied L SiJfote 1ft scale. The fecetti ctcctton — — him to power. s&sr ^4< Cruder. « §oltook of maps. 62 Herb. S«Sun god. 53 Meadow. SfTo accomplish, f.4 Spike. §8 to dip. 55 His party. 1 Lilac color, i On the lee. 3 Fish. 4 Ulver nymph. s Gusto. 6 Small island. T Writing fluid." f In what way. »Churn. 31 Small stones. S3 Fortified work. 38 Face of a clock 3d A daub. •41 Exclamation. 42 Money drawer. •13 To piece out. 44 Close. 45 Credit. 46 Prevaricator 47 Measures ct cloth. 49 To observe. 51 Antelope. 31 & 49 19 . 4 i 41 30 43 44 56 45 35 37 17 54- 46 13 47 -Ib Hope, Arkansas. ^;, .Dear Santa Claus: I am a little, girl 'i ''S' years old and I want you to bring me some fire crackers and a big sleepy doll and a doll bed, some fruit nuts and candy. Glyndell Calhoon. \ Hope, Akansas. .hDear Santa Claus: I am a little girl ."5 years old. I want you to bring me a little train and some little tin dishes and a big rubber doll and a liitle iron, some nuts, fruits and candy. I help bring in the;wood and stay with little Delores while mother and dady milk. Perrie Lee Petre NOTICE OF REVISION OF ASSESSaiENT 'Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa: I am a little girl 10 months old and I don't cry much. I •want you to bring me a rubber doll and a roller chair. Delores Fay Petre 15|'-Notice is hereby given that the 5" Board of Assessors o£ Street Irniproye- i ' ^rnerit District No. One of the City of w'Hope, Arkansas, will meet in'the City - ..Hall in said City of Hope, Arkansas, i^af 18 o'clock a. m. on Tuesday, Jan\ ,"nary 14, 1936, for the purpose of re- V*vising and readjusting the assessments It of benefits against the real 'property •*'>in. said district. 'Any person desiring any revision >' , or any re-adjustment of his assess\ , ment or any change in value for improvements erected or removed, or any , changes what so ever, may appear bei 1 fore the board and make .application therefore and same will be considered. \This the 9th day of December 1933. N. W. Denty N. T. Jewell \ , , J. R- Henry. - 1 ; Dec. 9, 16 Hope, Ark., Route 4. j Dear Saiita Claus: I am a little girt just 20 months old. Will you please i bring me a little : doll for Christmas and a little doll -Iwjggy to ride it in. I would also like for you to bring me a little-red rocking chair and some apples, oranges and candy. Please don't forget to bring mother and sister something. Bonnie Jean Henson. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy U! in the Hope Star- MARKET PLACE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, IQc line, min. 30c For consecutive insertions, minim- mum of 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c t 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c -' 26 times, S'-bc line, min. $2,70 'CAverage 5'z words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of Statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 Rosston, Arkansas i Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 6 years old. I go to school at Rosston.; I am in the second grade. My mother and daddy thinks I am kinda smart. 1 am on the honor roll every week and make A's and B's on report card. So I am asking you to bring me a doll, rain-coat and cap, boots, a play watch, dishes, story books, and fire I crackers, fruits, nuts and candy. Don't forget my mother, daddy and my arandma. mamma Tye, pappa Tye and my teacher Miss Paula, and all my playmates. Betty Jo Jarvis. Patmos, Ark. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 5 years old and have blue eyes. bETA 5 years old and have blound hair and blue eyes. 1 am a good little girl. I help my mother do her work and I want you to bring me a doll and a set of dishes and a little lamp, candy apples, oranges, and nuts. 1 will be a good little girl. Bobbie Jean Landes Patroos, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 3 years old, I want you to bring me a little tub and rub board, a little doll. 1 will be good. I have two brothers and don't forget them, bring them something nice. Beatrice McCullom. NOTICE NOTICE—We are now Duying peas. Monts Seed Store. 5-12tc WANTED WANTED:^—Women's coats, Dresses, gvoriing Presses, Men's SuiJs, Overcoats. Joyce and Floyd McDowell Clothing Store, Third Street. 10-6tc MAN OB WOMAN Wanted to supply customers with - famous Watkins Products in Prescott. No investment, Business established, earnings average ?25 weekly, pay starts immediately, Write J. R Watkins Co. 70-86 W. Ipwa Ave., Memphis, Tenn. FOR RENT FOR UENT—Two room , furnished apartment. All bills paid. Phone 39. 16-3tc Money to Loan— MORTGAGES Borrow ?5d to |250 from us at 6 C .'» on your furniture, automobile, or other personal property. Pay U back In small monthly payments. For full in- formafion see GREENING INSURANCE AGENCY. 20-26tc FOB SALE—HOJ-SHS and mules. See C, H, Sutton at Button and Hale Scr- VJct- Station, Hope. Ark. l<i-2fi»p Want It Printed RIGHT? have a printing expert call on you. and you'll have an economical, high quality job. Whatever ywur neuUs, \vc can scn'c them. Star Publishing COMPANY •'Printing That Mi.kes an .^@j|[fe^.ik^^^H£i!yMyi ' : '...':llllll..!''"'. .' .*.__ '' '*'"•» Aji&iM®mfaLiMl$ !; ' ^i-ni || iBi> ii| p | ^ 1 '**^^ 5tm 60MD1NG MOUSE * fiy AHfiRN OUT OUR WAY SAY MA&OR, 1 &Ct 10 60 UP IN ON TANOENN WHEELfAEN THE ANt> CNEK Kt tH ONUS rWXYSE YCU CLUB TH* JUt^fe AN CAN ds£T BVtS TAKEN OUrtAtH\StlCKfcT! ' TOMORROW TELL WAUOO t -to THAT TICKET "FOR YOU / WILL WITH \N MY KEY "FAN6-I TH\S HAPPENS TO -BE ANOTHER MAN NAMED STRLVB- By WILLIAMS •• •-* ""-"•'•'•nSm^j AT i<e«/pa YlME VA COMS AFTTE& ME AMD MAKE M6.COM& HOME/ AW' IP I'M W4LKIW' FAULT. HOW DO I WH6M YerC 60MMA REACH 6UT AM' CLIP MOTC0MIW 1 HOME? I'D LOOK <5IT . . • 12-16 ff\tn »T mrtrsiKvwt. INS. T.'M.'«WL u. *. MrTJrr. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES You Cant' Blame Babe By MARTIN VO COOY.O 9OT r «.OT ,00^ r^OU^-b K VAOMOQ.9D A.6O ~ I (5 193S BV NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. 0. S. PAjT. ALLEY OOP This Had Better Be Good By HAMLIN SAY-Y'BIG I 'CAUSE I AIMT TAKIN' WO YAP.'WHASSAX CHANCES WITH YOU-' YEE IDEATAKIW / OFF IN TH'HEAP, AN' SWING AT/ THERE'S NO TELLIW WHAT ME WHEN I ( YOU'RE LIKELY AIMT VTDO.NEXT/ tOOKlN'? OFF IM TH' HEAD? / TALKlW ABOUT 5AY -IF AWYONE'S FLYIM 1 IS CRA1V BUGS, IT'S YOU f I \ TALK, 1 TELL YA- WAS ONLY, TALMW ABOUT AM IDEA I HAD PER FLYIW DAMGEROUS MAWIAC.' WCMJ, LISTEW, GUZ, V BLASTED OU FOOL - I CAW PROVE TO YA THAT WE CAN DO IT/ WE? WHADYA MEAM, WE? HUH —HMMM-" AWRIGHT, I'LL LISTEW, BUT I YUH - WASH TUBES Meet the Wife! g) 1935 RY NgA SERVICE, INC. T. M.J EC. U.S. PAT. OECT1 6 OME FUNNY MOVE OUTA YOU, AM' I'LL BAWG YOU RIGHT BETWEEW TH' EYES/ . By CKA1NC. 1VOTACHAW6E! SACK IM M6W V<3RK—BARBARA AMOS DEAP—SLIPPERY AW PRAKE |M JAIL. MOW ABOUT YOU, SIVOOS/E? Y'SOIW' HOMEi?~ OWCEAMP FOR ALL, LULU BELLE/ I HAVE £AST0FFTHE HUM-DRUM LICE OF CIVILIZATION. I TOW TO KJOSCPDY. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I'LL BE A CAREFREE APV/EWTURERlT', IfJ SOME ROMAKJTlC PLACE LIKE /YnM TAHITI,OK RAR07DW6A. I'LL LIVE /TOM MIPST PAMOM6 HULA 6IRLS / CECIL - AMD THE THROB OF TOM-TOMS^ SWOOSE| ffLT T£ACH YOU TO QUIT A QOOP JOB, YOU WO(^M / _AMP_LE_AVe_MjB.TO.FDar 4 Mr\ ^F^- ffi r-:l A^/ A 1935 BV NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. BEQ- U. S. PAT. Off. "Sandy Clause" YOU'RE THE FIRST OMES I'VE EVER MET, WHO WAWTED TO GIVE ME SOMETTHWG, WfTHOUT FOR A FA\OR )N RETURN ' "P/X?,/? H3fl^:«.' ^ BOYS, YOU'VE MADE ME REALIZE HOW 1 MUCH BETTER IT IS TO GIVE THAN TO RECEIVE.' I THINK NtHJR CHARITY ORGANIZATION IS GREAT .'.' TO SHcW "ifoU MY AP- PRECIATIOW, I WANT ^ba TO TAKE THI5 EWVBUOPE TO THE BAWK AWD SEE WHAT THEY'LL GIVE FOR IT.' YOU'LL BE SURPRISED.' SAf, I WOWDER WHO HE IS? I FDRCOT TO SEE WHO ALL THOSE LETTERS WERE TO/ LOOK IM THE EN' VEUOPE AN'SEE WHAT HE pin- IN IT.' t LOOK, WUTTY / A CHECK < I GUESS TRAT MAKES US FOR $5bO...BUT, GEE, J JUST A COUPLE OF SAPS HE SIGWED IT , / WHO TOOK TOO BIG A THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Solid Ivory . . . a* NCA stance. i By COWAN THAT WAS A TRICKY UUNCU I YOU POLLED,TELUN' TWE JUDGE \ TUKT TUE COP CALLED UWA A V SQU^T-EYEP OLD CWSELER YES/ AND YOU COULDA CLE&QE.B YERSELF WT TUE SAME. TlfAE, IF YOU'DA BEEN ITS BRIGUT tAOCAENTS.TOO. TAKE OFF YER HAT IF AN IDEE EVER THROUGH YER HEAD, IT'D SPUT IT WIDE OPEN-AND I IX5NT SEE f CRACK IN YER SKULU /

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