Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 25, 1941 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 25, 1941
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, ? > -S Star of Hop«, 1899; Pr«W 1927, 9. V f f Hd?l Sf Aft, HOtff', ^< MORE YOU tELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" You can talk to only 6n« man Want Ads talk to Thousands SELL, RENT, BUY OR Ml Want Ads cash !n advance. Not taken over the Phone HiM~2c »«fd, minimum 30e | Id tin**— -te word, minimum 7Se ThM* HIM*—J Vie ward, minimum SOe Oni month—1lc word, minimum $2.70 Rates are for continuous Indian* only For Sole ,AVE SY BUYING USED FURNI. fentfte from us! Chairs, Tables, Stoves, eds/attd many other items all In condition with reasonable . Also highest prices paid for fulled furniture. FRANKLIN FUR. |N|TORE CO., South Elm Street. 9-lmc. ________ CORN, 75c PER BUSHEL it'crib. Plow tools, all kinds. Plow pear. See "A. N. Stroud, Washington, • 13-lmp J31GH FIDELITY CONSOLE i 11 «• tubes. Excellent condi- , ;S. McDavitt. 13-tf saa DELUXE TUDOR ff - ,. Excellent motor, upholstery, theater:., "Privately owned. A good *"-'- *' i-5365. f Phone 531-J. CHEVORLET. GOOD 'djticiij. Bargain price. Leo Comp- '''Service Station, 24-3tc |GO<JDG. SADDLE HORSE, 3 YEARS \oSt.ttyeignt 850 pounds. W. G. Wad- fdle, Sutton, Ark. 25-6tp Real Estate For Sale -. v, |MY;80 ACRE FARM. NEW HOUSE, ' five rooms and bath, running water, |Bufane gas, septic tank, electric ights, built in features. 1 mile west of Prescott Blevins highway. Cash ffiHorace McCain. iSSO-ACRE FARM. 63 ACRES IN CUL- i||Jtivation. Balance pasture and tim- |Ber..On Highway 73, ten miles from EHope- Improvements. JSOO cash. |Electric line. Union Central Life Kins, Co. Marc J. Watson, Jonesboro, flArk. P. O. Box 47. 20-6tp WO,ACRE TRACT, THREE MILES glrom Hope, on highway, school bus jJ'jBnd electric lines, good house, good ^wafer," good pasture, price $30 per | v acre.- - 5'ACRES,'ONE MILE FROM CITY ^ limits, on high\vay, rural route and J>.bus >3ine, two houses, good water, §?B>9st of the land creek bottom. i?Price $5500. iVACRES, THREE MILES FROM |;town, good five room house, good Ipvater, electric line, rural route and fschbol bus line, 50 acres open, ba- *lance in young timber and pasture. ffiA-'real bargain, price, 530 per acre. *<— — PORTERFIELD. 22-3tc TV;'ACRE FARM FIVE MILIES jnorlhwest Prescott. Two houses, ggobd well, spring water in pasture. J$l,000. Trosie Formby, Prescott i^ute Four. 20-6tp ifAdiRES FORMERLY CLAUD Vanh fpjacffi, now owned by H. E. Bemis. |price;\$600. See FLOYD PORTER' 24-6tp Trailers For Sale ^_ MY; NEW & USED HOUSE IjTrailersi; American Stage Coaches r |*and Ro^ Crafts. Prices from $200 up, SgEasy terms. See Thelma Stevens, in's Trailer Camp, Highway 4 h, Hope, Phone 22F-2. 6-30tp 3W' ONI DISPLAY — FULL LINE |Levers' Bros. Trailer Coaches. Call e, WB have several models to froip. Luck's Tourist Court. ) 21-tfc For Sole Miscl. W VK, POINTER PUPS from ytusc^e Shoals Jake breeding. Also o^'ljalf grown setter pups. Bostons J!Cockers. Padgitts Kennels. 20-rlmp Furniture For Sole IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better .prices on furniture see us. ' 21-30tc Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE — WE repair, anything Electrical, Wiring, motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c NEW SHOOTING GALLERY. NEW guns, Targets, Fine Sport 215 S. Elm St. . 19-6tp For Rent LARGE BED-ROOM WITH 2 BEDS. Can care for 21 or more men. Adjoining bath. Phone 112-W. Mrs. Thelma Elkins, Park Drive. 22-3tp FRONT ROOM. NEWLY, DECORAT- ed, private entrance. "A mile south of city limits. Old Highway 29. M. H. Moody'. 25-3tp ONE-ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. Utilities -furnished. No children. Mrs. M. L. Howard. Washington, Ark. 25-3tc Lost COIN PURSE CONTAINING $6.55. Lost between Briants and Scotts, 2 p. m. Friday. For reward return to Milree Jones at Scott Store, or write Fulton, Arkansas.,Box 105. 22-3tp by Published every wwlfSay afttr r«son Star Publlshlno Co. Inc. (C. E. Pqlmsr and Alex H. WOJhbufh) at the Star building, 212-214 South Wolnuf street, H6pe, Ark. _ Entered as sworid class matter ot th« Postofflce at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897, ,.,-., Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subserlptlon Rate fAlways Payable In Advance)! By city carrier/per week 15c; Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 D er year . e | se . where $6,50. Member of The Associated Presss The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dii- patches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and dlso the local news published herein. Notional Advert sing representative— Arkansas Dollies. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., £. te rKk Building; Chicago, ^00 Nortri Michigan Avnue; New York City, 507 F'''h Avenue; Detroit, Mich., 28« W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal B'Ofl. , . mn* °1, T ^," fcs ' "«•' Charge will be mpde for all tributes, cards of thanks resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to t^'s-Policy In..the news columns to pro- eheir re " d , ef . s f "?m ° deluge of spoce- j orlal 2- The 5 tar disclaims res- for th» safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. BIRD DOG. FEMALE, LEMON and -white. Fred Lewis name on collar. 'Reward. Return to C. J. Duhon. CCC camp. . 25-3tp A BULL YEARLING. COLOR—DEEP red. Motley white face. Wt. about 300 Ibs. Reward. See Sid Houston. 25-3tp Lost-or Strayed DARAK BAY MARE, WEIGHT 1000 pounds. One Brown blaze faced horse, wt. 1000 pounds. Tom Morton, Prescott, Route 3. 21-3tp Wonted to Buy 32 VOLT DELCO GENERATOR. Must bp in good working q^der aiyl Cheap. * W: ;'A. Austin, Hope' Route £ 24-3tp Salesman Wonted WILL PAY STRAIGHT SALARY $35.00 per week, man or woman with auto sell Eureka Poultry Mixture to Farmers, Eureka Mfg. Co. East St. Louis, HI. Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. First U. S. destroyer sunk in World War II was the Reuben James, named for hero who saved life of Comm. Stephen Decatur off. Tripoli in early 1800s. 2. U. S. S. Greer was attacked, but not hit, and U. S. S. Kearny was torpedoed off Iceland in incidents preceeding sinking of the Reuben James. 3. One U. S. destroyer, the Jacob Jones, was lost in World War I. It was sunk by U-boat in English .Channel in December, 1917, after U. S. had entered war. 4. .Yes. German U-boats crossed thq Atlantic in 1918, sowed mines on the U. S. coast, sinking several vessels, includnig a U. S. cruiser, the San Diego. 5. The U. S. flagships Steel Seafarer (Red Sea, Sept. 5) and City of Rayville (Pacific, off Australia, Nov. 9, 1940), were no stunk in Atlantic. We, theWomen Soldier Date Is Problem for Modem College Girl By UUTK MILLETT The life of a college girl isn't as carefree as it is often portrayed in the movies. College girls have problems. Right now the thing that is bothering them is to decide whether or not to "waste their time" by dancing with soldiers—when they might be spending their evenings with young men whq are better matrimonial prospects. The question was discussed at length nt a recent Wellesley college conference, attended by students from a number of eastern women's colleges. To be fair to the college girls, it should be pointed out that the conference wasn't held just to decide whether a college girl should or should not date soldiers. It was held for the purpose of discussing -"the role of the liberal arts institution in the national defense program." The girl-meets^oldier-and-then- what? question was just one phase of the problem discussed. College Girls Must Calculate On first thought you might call the coldly calculating college girls selfish fo rworrying about whether or not they are wasting their precious youth when they spend their evenings with soldiers. But look at it from their standpoint. College girls as a group marry later in life than other women—even in years when they aren't temple to-waste' their time on poor matrimonial risks. Not only that, a smaller percentage of girls who go to college marry than of girls who don't have so much schooling. So the college girls really can't afford to handicap themselves 1 much further. And as for their patriotism, isn't it as much a girl's duty to get herself a husband and rear a family as it is a young man's duty to go to the defense of his country in time of danger? If so, college girls'aren't being hard and selfish when they wonder whether or not they should waste their time on soldiers. On the contrary, they are just being practical patriots. WASH TUBBS Barbs Most youngsters think cake is made merely to provide some place to put frosting. Lots of writers dwell in atics because few of them can live on first stories. Isn't it remarkable how sales-girls can smell a piece of ribbon and tell how long it is? The world is so full o fa number of things—and this Christmas wives are going to want them all, Some men tell where they've been —and take home a box of candy besides. A German commissioner has banned strikes in the Netherlands, but not the three the Hollanders already have on them. W OUR BOARDING HOUSE with ... Major Hoople TOLD ^T'M V4B'D RETURN) PDTS THH FROST ON DEAL TMAT „ WOUUP NET US BOTH A MICE /-/ ,OUT MIS OWIONS CABBAGE. 6O WMAT'S GO UEANOER.' OUT 6BE A DUNCHA OLt? BUSY-BODiES ' ARts TA.LKIN', sUfS^uy you t _ CONT^EXPCCT MS TO Q|\JE V 'AT ALL,' (Jpi < Y(^i^^)^*^|-^^ft^TA/ii*=' i---rA. T\trAQ -^iv'OR^i I'M': Maybe You'll.Be Sorry, Wash Tuesdayi November 25 Cr 1$41 By Roy Crane JUT AT 1^A5I V3U CAM LEAVB .OFFICE LWT PURWIW6 WHEN VOU'RE TE, AMC» MOT BE SfcBM OM THE fetREETS WITH «SAV J SHERIDAN) HOW SILLV, UAPLIN6/ THEM DO MfiU MIND IP 1 (SO AUOMP? I'M n^-wn wit* wi j^rAT* bM^s AMD BY TH6 WAV, THERE'LL BE 50ME ONE IVHO CAM BRIW& ME JAWEIWUITEDU5R3R 13INMER TOM6HT AMO TURN HER DOW yoy JEALOUS OF HER! ». 19M BV tjF.A SCftVICe. IMC. T. M. BCD. U. S. PAT. Off Pancake Landing! Thimble Theater J MO, --Ob DOM'T A BOUKlCE-MOLU I < CUILL HAVE TO ] TRV THE ONE- J RUMTT ALLI-S CLEAR OMTHE LAMDIW6J- FIEL.D DONALD DUCK Beef in the Bud By Walt Disney BLONDIE Out in Center Field By Chic Young OKAV, COME AHEAP CAN C BRUSH MV HAIR IW MIRROR ?S''^>. PEAR PIT LOOKS TERRIBLE O)pr 1941 king Features Syndicate In World n ) ta rrwrvnt BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Pug Has Enough Careful, Sister . e-UTJ,HONEY" VOE .\_Er\ViNG '. RED RYDER ALLEY OOP C-':/CTO opposeN /^INFANITRV . f,' / -^v . r» »'i . ! i v . I _^, —J -r*r\ T-LJCT i er 'S PAUL REVERE ACT \& HALTED BV THE COMING" <PP PAVLK&HT AMPSH5 TAK65 A NAP ;$\ TyRANNY-J—vro THE LEFT; RE\/OLUTlONARy FORCES • By Edgar Martin 5WUC\<5\. tAO&T OF WOT VGWc. By Fred Harmon Succor AND •:, PAPOOSE C)Ut,BlLU LET'S BEAUTIFUL.'. HOLSTER >"KbllR5.- AND 16.Ug.8WW.fi; Hoy) YOU AMD RYDER. GOT OUTA THE OLTi By V.T. Namiin AND DO GO RIGHT BADUV FOR. THE FORCES OP THE CKOVVM .... „ WHICH IS EXPLANATION EMOU&H ,=OR. ~ ARRIVAL, OF A ~ COURIER AT THE RESIDENCE OP THE KING FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS //•ZS ~" - T. M, REO. U. S. PAT. OFF Surprise! Surprise ^y Merrill Blosser MILUE , VOU'fSB LOOKINS VOUM6ER FACE- 5 OL -D YOU WERE, r £r: TV < run YOU ? 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