Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 18, 1935 · Page 4
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HOPB STAR, MOM ARKANSAS ' Wedhescm By WILLtAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE OUT OUR WAY By AHERN lira III jjmirhatlilji emy of War RKSHt HERE'S A 7)MS TO HOW ^ V£>U'/\RE—FIRST; YOU'RE CUTtIN' OK) A WAIL, AM' DOW'T FEEL IT YOU DO/gT HEAR IT AWD YOJ FDAJT SGE IT/ OPYOJR SEMSES THAT ABSOLUTELY US-eLESS-THR6£ ,, , opvoup?MAikiseNses DEAD//' PUSH ANJ PULL/ An/met to Privio«« f»ui*itf 16 Seed \1 Broftte. 19 Mftlr cut YE^.I OWD t>fcy& OF V£H, BUT I STILL GOT 21 sttu. •22 Setter. 23 AfttflSdlllO. 24 Peak. 1 ALWAYS WH£N YOU ANJ' 'AT/ST WMUT'S C50KJMA <3lT THIS BOARD CUT 26 To s<)nk flux. 27 He toftteifly — • — a Wp«r. 23 PfftaU. 32 felue clycatUff NOW »TS AAY PINING YOUtt X-D-^HE THfe iB 1 KNEW BUT HE'S /vNAKtNCa rr, &s \* HE YN/EF.E $>2S "FOR OP- OJT PINE IN HAA-F 3ft 3? Ballot cnolce. 38 Enthusiasm. 39 Ice cream drink, 10 Ozone. 41 Musical symbol. 42 Pertaining to air 43 Market. 46 Neither. the nature of. centers. 29 Aurora. 30 Attitudinized. 31 Instigating. 33 Rabbit. 3-J Conjunction. 36 Auto. 36 Nights before. 49BrtHT. 11 Arrived. 2 Sea ea«1e. Memorized 43 Pertaining to Jnlon. 47 To guide. 48 Small boy 49 Juniper 50 To sin. 51 His till*. 52 His aim is to take the out of war TANDEM WERE 4 Maple sl)i-ul>, 5 Uesou ruled. 6 Tidy. 7 To yelp. , 8 Court excuse 11 Action. 12 He — disarmament. HE KNOWS NOD NOW, , MA.3OR! Oi", H? ,VJ tV_O f\ »JN 5b ..1 1«I BY NtA MRVICC. K1ECK DOWK1 if) 1?35 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. B. CAT By MARTIN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ViVOOO . OOK)\ \v x f ootoo A ONLY voo'v\- WE. _ 5 VOO 09 AVC)' KOO^ t'ife'c'O 6 VOO'R voo — o'a ^v^v J MOO\V\ .voo 6^^_ ff I5T) " '. V^ CNKi'T \K5 BOTH OF 1935 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. 3. By HAMLIN Watching and Waiting Washington '' ,' Mump and Christmas seem to be the ; general topic of our town at present. Mrs. W. I. Stroud, Mrs. Eugene Knegar, Mrs. J., B. Card, W. H. Weir y and several others are confined to . their home with mumps. .' ' Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Trimble and children of El Dorado were visiting Mr. ' 'and Mrs. W. H. Etter and little daughter, Sarah June, the past week end. ( * Mrk-.W. B. Pruitt spent Monday and '' Monday night with her sister, Mrs. I. r HT ( Garner in Nashville, Ark. .. ". Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Timberlake spent Saturday afternoon in Hope. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. McKnight o! 'Gloss Boads spent Sunday afternoon in the Elmore home, ..Mrs. W. E. Elmore and daughter, 'Fannie Jane, have . purchased the Cruzen property in the edge of Wash- •§cll It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star MARKET PLACE Retnembcr, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. .1. time, lOc line, min. 30c For consecutive insertions, minim- mum of 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, S^c line, min. §2.70 (Average 5% words to the line) NOTE-r-Want ads will be accepted \vltlj--the understanding that the bfll is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 ngton, on the Columbus road and the Eamily Nvill move into it as soon as it :s vacated by J. S. Conway and family. ' Paul Dudney attended the sale at Dr. Darnall's in Columbus Monday the 16th. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rowe are the proud parents of a son who arrived December 13. Lee Holt of Rodessa, La., spent the week end with his family here. Jesse Bearden went to Columbus Monday to the sale. There will be a Christmas program at the local Methodist church the night of the 19th. i Friends of Regnald Bearden and wife regret they have moved to Hope. Mrs. J. Martin of Route 2 sp6nt Monday with her granddaughter Mrs. Paul Rowe. ; The Baptist W. M. S. met Tuesday evening December 17 in the home of Mrs. R. O. Robins for their monthly missionary program. Subject of the program being China. Miss Fannie Jane Elmore who is attending Ouachita college, is expected home the latter part of the week to spend the holidays with her parents. ALLEY OOP i NOTICE NOTICE—We are now buying peas. Moots Seed Store. 5-12tc "FARMERS We will rade McCormick-Decring implements for corn. South Arkansas Implement Co., Hope, Ark. 17-3tc TAKEN UP — Bay horse mule. Smooth mouth. Weighs about 700 Ibs. Owner may claim same by paying for this notice and feed bill. Tom Carrel. 17-3tp Antioch Mr. and Mrs. Ehnore Dougan and children, Albert Hickey and Connie Dougan, motored to Rising Star, Tex., and a spent a few days the guests of Bynum Dougan. Brady and Misses Irene and Fern Cook spent last week end with home folks. . Harvey, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Butlar Dougan who had his tonsils removed more than a week ago is Doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore of Emmet spent Sunday night with Mr, and Mrs. Butler Dougan. Misses Cleo Dougan, Marie and Bertha Mae Hickey were dinner guests of Misses Audrey and Francine Hohon Sunday. • Everyone seemed to enjoy the singing at Lee Cook's Saturday night. Miss Athel Tomkins spent Saturday night and Sunday in Piney Grove community. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Coffee of Hope spent a few hours with Mr. and Mrs, W. E. McFarland Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Mohon of Waterloo wus in our community Sunday. Mrs. Belle Jones, Mr. and Mrs Frank Campbell and daughter Made a business trip to Prescott Friday. MAVIMG COWCEIVED'THE IDEA OF USING- THE WIWGS AMD BODY OF A -FLYIMG LIZARD, " SO AS TO fWVADE THE REALM OF THE BISDS, ALLEVOOR WITH SOME DIFFICULTY, SUCCEEDS IW SELLIMO THE IDEA TO HIS MAJEST/, KING GUZZLE, MONARCH OF » MOO I GOT THE VINES Y'WANTED - SAY IF WERE GONNA CATCH A PTERODACTYL, WE GOTTA WHAT'ER Y'SPEACIN'JHAVE SUMPikl T'BAtT TH 1 FISH FOR? I THOUGHT- IB WITH WHAT THEY MOSTLY OH, T GET IT -IP IT /* THA'S RIGHT- EATS TH 1 FISH,IT /AN TKEEP TH' GETS STUCK ON / BAIT FROM SIMK TH' HOOK THAT'S I ING, WELL HAVE TIED TTHIS, A -IT LAY/M'OW THIS HUKJKA WOOD/ IS THERE WE ARE.' NOW WERE ALL SET FOR MISTER. PTERODACTYL.' _ .. LOST LOST—Square, yellow gold wrist watch, "Betty Aull" engraved on back. Reward for return to Hope Star office. 3t-dh WANTED WANTED—Bring in your mules. I will trade mares and pay cash to boot. Tom Carrel. 17-3tp FOR RENT FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. All bills paid. Phone 39. 16-3lc Money to Loan— MORTGAGES Borrow $50 to ?250 from us at 6% on your furniture, automobile, or other personal property. Pay it back in small monthly payments. For full in- formstipn see GREENING INSURANCE AGENCY. '<!0'26tc SALE FOB SALK— Horses and mules, See C. H- Sutton ui Sutton and Hale Service Station, Hope, Ark. 12-26tp FOB SALE—One girl's bicycle. In good condition. Mary Wilson 405 South £lm street. Phone 663. 17-itc ~FOK SALE OB TRADE—Buick sue Automobile. Will trade for horses, cattle or what have you. W. H. Atkinson Hope, Route 2. 17-3tp Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call i oil you, and you'll have au eco- j nomicul, lii^li quality job. Whatever jour iHTiK we can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY That Makes an Impression" WASH TUBES And That's That! CKANE X r NOVV, LlSSEM^OH, THA'S O,*., / BUT .WE QOTfA PUT WHEELS OM THIS ( COMTffAPTIOM. WE POM'T kMOH' WMEM SOWM 1 /, 1 AIM'T UULU BEU.E. PERTlkALER. EVEM WOW /AMV OL' DUMPS WHERE WE'RE/HOME, SWEET HOME T£R ME*. HERE", VOU BUMMV-MQSEP PERTATSR, ARE H.WT.M' THAT 1 A.M'T WOT, OKILY- FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A New Experience Sl:'"-'(01935 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M SHUT UP/ Y7WG SETTLE!?. JI9 By BLOSSER CERTAIMLY..... REALLY ) THAT OLD MEAM N.FELLCNV HAS (HAT CHECK ) HAD AW SIGNED BY \ ACCOUNT WITH US CLAUSES / FOR GOOD? /(MONTHS XIV, NO WONDER HE GETS LETTERS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD/ WHEN THEY'RE ADDRESSED TO 'SANDY GLAUS,* A LOT OF THEM 'ARE DELIVERED TO 1 WUTTY, WITH FIVE HUNDRED BUCKS TO WORK WITH, JUST THINK HOW MANY PEOPLE WE CAN MAKE HAPPY ON CHRISTMAS // r~ THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Sam Has a Permanent WHAT'S THE C GEE "'^NT ASK ME / MY BEST WAY FDR \ B ' GGE ^" INVESTMENT PROBLEM spENp j SO FAR, HAS BEEN ID DECIDE BETWEEN PEPPERMINT AMD WINTERGREEKUN A PENNY GUM MACHINE .'/ THIS « 500 V-; — r, By COWAN USTEN, VOU WORM, WHAT TUST $A-O I LOANED YOU TUREE YEARS /\&O, AND YOU PROMISED T'SENO TO// TUE NEXT DAY ? -AND I CAN USE TU/XT FORTY SUCKS BEFORE CHRISTMAS GET Mg.' I'LU -DO \Y BEST, SAN\ -YOU KNOW TUET .' WMAT'S SArA\/OW,UE'S JUST LOOK!N' I _

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