Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 19, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 19, 1935
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,-.^ ;-<* v " VA * V.'^T*?.,^; . -:• 'y'^lf i JI ; Fme Artist SENATOR GERALD S& do«. pri aaa a ana siaa &JHH ramnan mmw ilNIAlTIQ[P T | IP IRIOI.FI t JT(. note. i South Mb (teflart- Hteiwets. ' | Doctor. |¥5rst woman. VEttftCAtl;. IMeat. 2 To as«nd. 3 Bird's home. 4 Perched, eotls. BLafge inn. 0 Pound. ^ Marsh. 5 Epochs. 9 To bury. 43 Affirmative vtrte. 49 Yea*. 50 Caftotee. SI.Wanderer. 53 Male sheep. 55 Heathen &t Meadow. J»S Slowly (music). 60 drain. 61 He was one of 10 Born, the greatest 15 Verbal. ' —. painters.19 Disturbance. 62 He was 21 He Avns nick by birth, named <; The 24 Scam. 26 His pictures are character 27 Pine tre«. 25 Southeast. 29 Non-cointnls- sloned officer 31 Data. ,13 Card game. 34 Beverage. 37 To pe«p. 3SEye tumor. 41 Molding. 43 Organ, ot hearing. •14 Silkworm. 45 River mouth deposit. 4t Always. 50 To rove 52 To dine. 53 Portugu<*te i money. 54 Mountain. 56 Drone bee. 58 Musical note. 59 King of Bashan. SS 36 52 48 15 30 12 55 ^ 16 24 1~ Oak Grove '. and Mrs. Walter Lee Allen and son, spent Sunday with Mr. and . Bennie Jones. 5 JMiss Rema Nell Mullins and Delora rks spent Sunday with Miss Gearl. Collier. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Camp spent Sun- taor.-with Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Jones. !?!• Ernest Ross and son, Denvill called aoixMr. and Mrs. Lee England Sunday r Sell It! Fin3 It! Rent It! Buy It! J ' .in the Hope S'ar MARKET PLACE Remember, the more you tell, the •, • quicker you sell. 1 time; lOc line, min. 30c ^or consecutive insertions, minim- mum of 3 lines in one ad 3 tjmes, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3^4c line, min. $2.70 (Average 5% words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the ,\8li is payable on presentation o£ •statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 IVOTICE FARMERS „ We will rade McCormick-Deering J implements for corn. South Arkansas Implement Ca, Hope, Ark. 17-3tc TAKEN UP — Bay horse mule. Smooth mouth. Weighs about 700 Ibs. •'f'Owner may claim same by paying for 'this notice and feed bill. Tom Carrel. 17-3tp LOST LOST—Square, yellow gold wrist watch. "Betty AuU" engraved on back. Reward for return to Hope Star office. 3t-dh WANTED ' WANTE0r-Bring in your mules. I 1 will trade mares and pay cash to boot. \ Carrel. 17-3tp morning. : ' ! Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Jones spent Sunday night with? Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones. . ' The party given by Delora Sparks Saturday night was well attended and all reported a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Ross and daughter, spent Saturday"' night with her parents, Mr. • and". Mrs. Sid Skinner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Barnes and family of Hope spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gorden Allen and family. Miss Catherine Ross and Miss Azlean Wilson spent Saturday night with Miss Lois Purtell. Mis Jewell Ross spent Saturday night with Miss Delora Sparks. , Mr. and Mrs. Euel Mobley and family called on Mr. and Mrs, Bennie Jones Sunday evening. Miss Catherine Ross spent Friday night with her sister Mrs. Lee England of Shover Springs. Miss Geraldean Collier spent Saturday night with Miss Rema Nell Mullins. ; Mike purtell arid daughter Lois, spent Sunday with his son, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Purtell of Green. Laseter. Miss Catherine Ross spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Bennie Jones. Elmer and Elton Purtell spent Saturday night with their Grandfather Mike Purtell. ...... Mrs. Lee England spent Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ross and family. Miss Azlean Wilson spent Sunday with Miss Catherine and Jewell Ross. Mr. and Mrs. D, M. Collier and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Jones. Holly Springs No. 1 Mr. Otis Butler returned home from Little Rock Tuesday night and his arm is doing fine. Mrs. Donald Yocum of El Dorado and Mr. Lynn Phillips of Kilgore Texas have returned home after spending a few days here to visit their brother Paris Phillips who has lately undergone two operations a' the Julia Chester hospital. We hope for a speedy recovery for him. Mrs. J, S. McDowell spent Sunday with Mrs. Floyd Smith of Spring Hill TRADE ', FQR TRADE—93 acre farm good Jant}, trade for business property and grocery. Write W. I. Haley, Dermott, 19-6tp Money to Loan— MORTGAGES Borrow 550 to $250 from us at 6% on furniture, automobile, or other al property. 'Pay it back in monthly payments. For full in- ion see GREENING INSUR- AGENCY. 20-26tc FOR-SALE SALJ5—Set of World Books, ly used, practically new with Cheap, Phone 321. 10-3tp Sutton Station, prses and mules,. See *nd Hale Ser- Ark. 12-26tp ji SALIJ— One girl's bicycle. Jn taa$ conditipn. , Mary Wilson 405 ^h Elm street. Phone 663. 17-3tc Qft'TR&DE— Buick six tor horses, _ « Vhat h4ye you: W. H. Atikinson top* Route 2. ,, 17-3tp Piano.* ^Spvewent terms to, See o* call Mrs. Evan Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, high quality job. Whatever your needs, we can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY "Printing That Makes an Impression" By AHERN > _> 'TtiAT W4va COUPCT fcN "PUT TH CRUTCH IW: SPfcfctJlHfc WHY tJlO -TA6 YOU MY NQLJ, WE ALWAYS aOKfc£ OH TMATS TIME •BETTER LAV OFf- BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES , OO V HNOE P <JP . Thui'sdayt OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS (3l6Hf HERE BV IT/ ^ AMP DOIK16 \! MOTMIM6 ? Vi'iyi too HOKiesr to "VVHAT DID VDU TELL »6M THAT PER? WHV DID VdU teLL. 'EM ± WA^ , WASHIM' MV FEET? U/HV DID you 76LL 'EM I WAS eUTTik MV CORMS?"AKJ' 1 ALLUS TELL MfeR FELLER TH' WROKK3 THIMG—I MSAW TH' TRUTH. WHV MOTMEISS (5ET HI HH gY HIA MRVICr. IMC. T, M. REO. U. 8. PAT. OFF. >'• Nothing New for Jimmy By MARTIN 111© 1938 BY NEA SEI * VICE ' INC - T - M - REO ' U - 3- PAT ALLEY OOP Hooked By HAMLIN HE TOOK IT, OOP HE TOOK IT, HOOK AM' / NOW, IF ALL/ //THAT LIME WILL OWLV HOLD- i Wl. © 1»38 BY NEA SERVICE, INC.' T. M, REQ. U. a' PAT. OFF. J WASH TUBES A Familiar Spot By CRANE HE THREE MUSKETEERS, WAS M, • EA6V? AMD LULU BELLE, EXOTIMQ EMOU6M PIRKVlOM?' (THE SWALLOWf WARM PLACE OR CALIFORWy FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 19XT PAV. FLYIM6 OVER THE RO.L/M6, WESTERW PLAIMS, •VA-SH AMP EAsy PASS NEAR OLP MAM RIVERS' BB FAR. THERE'SYOBOV/ AW' TH' WATER THE RAILROAP. >(TAUk!.,REMEMBER ItEA9 7-Vur^^- ,. 'W_ ^ -O— A O. C!o The Little Philosopher AH, HA/AMIPEA tVHEM I WE'LL SURPRISE DO WE *EM, AMD PROP 6V THE RAMCH FO LUMCH. By BLOSSER THAT OLD MAN GAVE US HUNDRED DOLLARS TO USE HELPING POOR PEOPLE f V/EVB ECIDE WHAT WE'LL THAT'S \ LOTTA MONEY' WE'RE REALLY OWLY KIDS, AFTER ALL, AMD I'M WOT SURE WE SHOULD HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF SPENDING IT// EXACTLY' MOW WE MUST DECIDE WHETHER TO GET A MAN OR A WOMAN TO ADVISE US.... SOMEONE'S FATHER OR MOTHER, PERHAPS // LET'S DOIT OURSELVES.' I THINK WE KWOWAS MUCH ABOUT IT AS GROWNUP5 DO.' THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) WELL, A MAW'LL GIVE TWO DOLLARS FOR A ONE-COLLAR THING THAT HE WANTS, AM 1 A WOMAN'LL GIVE OME DOLLAR FOR A TWO-DOLLAR THING THAT SHE DOESNt" WANT.V Another Axe to Grind G£JT TVS. PLUES, EW f WELL, ,,„ GIVE YOU YQUQ CURISTTMS PRESENT NOW/ QUEER YOU UP .' RAB&ITS FOOT/ HMAN CONSi ONyUTTLE RABAT'S FOOT jDO YO STUFF-AND BRING POOR QU C^TRSH LOTSA NICE PRESENTS / CATFISH, I'VE -DECIDED THAT AA A. BWVGUT VOU MAY AS WELL HAVE. THE )( NEW AXe,TtUT USE OF YOUP PRESENT BETWEEN NOW AND f GO WAY FROM HEBE, RABBIT'S / I FOOT/YO \SJES 1 A BIG

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