Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 7, 1952 · Page 20
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 7, 1952
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V .. './ i •* Number of Word* to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 o to 30 81 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Star of Hep* 1199; Consolidated January Member HOFtfTAR,, MO , ARKANSAS If Ctilck Y«nn| OZARK IKE "''•% THEWORST THING -6 wu u9E0ioFry«w MV SUPPERS AND .... My _ MQMtNf I SOT M0M6 ...WAMTAUfTOOWN- \j TOWN .ririTWjeST > MO tATBStToUR - V „ - ^ JT MACt MEFEEU-rr W6 HAD UK6 A MIUtONAlRE U STOP ft, POP f OON'T (SET it, ZIP,. V BONUS AWN6Y. JERRY/,.. AND ALL HOW CAN A ROOKIE A SlXfEEN BlG-LeAGUE CLUBS ARE WONDERING MOW THEY CAN DERAIL Trf RUNAWAY GRAVY TRAIN m THE WE B6EM ^STOKINS WITH CASH/ CWIUOWEN CAN DO A BIGGER CAR THAN MOST > Of TH6 STARS CAN AFFORD? 1 > Aniwar to Pr«vlou't Puitl* lv J. R. WHIIcmi •y MteH<ral O'Maltor and Ralph L«M OUT OUR WAY ' OH, IT'iS '/Oil \ TWCKINdi TMti J cuxx •so i y WDUL^M' T BK PBW MUKPireC' P6ET AWAV... IT f I'M IT--BUT VOU'Kli "THAT LATE 1 • " ' A>>JP 'THAT ALISON/ i* THAT 'YOU VOLI SMOUUP BH y. •p.' IT JUST \ t| ,38 Poker «i«kt 86 Unf*i(«ni 3D Cow'i low room* ' , ftW« , (ail -i 21 Mttody cnich«r r 4l Hobo (il«n«) 4Ve«irtt«i 28 ^ T t < Cook In in 20 Polynwlnn ' . Polynwlnn ' / 43 J3«c«h*i»U* cheitnut V W * cry Mfnnwr * 44 Ch«l)en« v . HI Leslie Turner WASH TUBBS t -.,. money 37 M^fanaw " 44 Challenje . f Of Account' -2flUMd to catch 46 Horn'i f alt -7Mockeryjr r fl»h ••r' <t70riftad (her.) *8Rol«to»<. 29 pn tho ,48M«fliurBo( udonym of »h«!ltered-ild« *. nnptr Lamb 30 Pauio • 01 New , 32 Ocean v«|i«!i r- port f VBAH...TH 1 POKEY! YOU WEAN SPIKE KEGfi£.,,HIS OL.' I'M MRBrVDY 1 SURBl YOU JU5T COMCEMTRATEl FEEUM' ftJWFUL ION GETTING WELL, AMP LET WE 8r\P ABOUT HOW\WORRV ABOUT HIM'. WELL, GOT IVE NEGLECTED BILLY! PROMISE We. YOU'LL STICK BY 1M TILL I'M HOTEL. ? J I HEARP SOME OF CM.L£ MM BILLY 1 . BUT HE MN'T m& PICKED UP FOR QUESTIONIM W?OUMP W& HrXNGOUT TONIGHT. WHV OONCHrXTRV TH'CRO$5BNR5 HOTEL? MATE — ..l.'.^.rj.'.-;:^^ 6 ' 7 yur BILLY ISW'T BACK VETiMMPGIG STARTS LOOK: IMG FOR HIM OUR WARDING MOUSE Malor Heopl* $m HORSE VOO >)%%$%, -/ VACATION \\ THE > < ' By Edgar Martin BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES AWOUMOIMS TOA\V L/X&T CUPP 'f) :s.V COUMTR.V MILE -UGS SUNNY NO LOAFING/ YOU'VE GOT FOUR MORE KBrriiTUCKY BLOOD FUNNY BUSINESS By V. T. Homlin ALLEY OOP ON TH' HAND! IT'S M-L OF 80Gsy..,HAH! I'LL FIX THAT/ fioiti you .frrtrvw* ago I wMn't mtklrur t mftrrlid? W(jll, I wtnt ahtad antj provtd Itr ^ " •»««lV«IHi "What prlwt do you glv« for correct »n«w«r»?" «ICKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Michoel O'Molley and Ralph Lone CHRIS WELKIN, Ploneteer U E 607TA FINP / IT'S IWR4H TMAN s-.^- „ * -s i^:^"* 1 ^ By Carl Anderson f hiiriday, Au§u$r ?, 19S? HOP! STAR, H«M, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Ads Mutt Be In Office Day Before Publication WANT AD RATES All Wont Ad* Are Poyabi* In Advonct But Ad> Will B« Accepted Over Th« Tel«phon« And Aeeomo- dation Account! Allowed With The Understanding The Account Is Payable When Statement Is Rendered. Three Six One Days Days Month .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.SO 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY One Time 750 per inch 3 Times 60c per Inch 6 Times 50c per inch Rotcj quoted above ore for con- tecutive insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rote. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements of. fering tor publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house* or telephone numbers count as on* word. The Hope Star will siot be re«pon- slble for errors In Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect intertlon. Phone 7-3431 HOPE STAR PriM 1*27 II, 192* Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmar, PraiMtnl Alex H. Woihburn, Sacy-Tn*. At The Star BuUding 212.214 South Walnut Stf««t, Hop*, Arkanias Alox H Woshburn, Editor It FublllhM Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmef, Moch. Supt. Jess M. Davis, Advertising Managtr > .-iwo iih »ccond class matter ot rho Posh Otlicc at Hope, Arkanioi, under the Act of March 3. 1897. of the Audit Circulations Bureau of Subscription Rates (payable In advance) By carrier In Hope and nelflhbor- Ing towns — Per Week 25 Per ,Year 13.00 By mail in Hcmpsleacl, Nevada, Latuvetta, Howard, ana Miller coun- One Month Three Months . c .lx Months One Year All other mail — One Month ..... Three Months . Six Months ........ One "Year .;...... 85 1.60 , 2.60 4.50 1.10 3.25 . 6.50 13.00 Nat'l Advertising Representntlviw Arkansas Doilies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick Bldg., Memphis 2, Tenn., bU5 Texas Sank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas;'360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscat Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of the Associated Prest: The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republicotion of all the local news printed in this Twspaper, as wtll as all AP newt Services Offered For Rent HREE room apartment. Nicely furnished. Electric box. Bills paid. 204 Bonner. Mrs. A. R. Babb. 22-« JNFURNtSHED 3 room apartment Private bnth. Private entrances. Attic fan. Pecan Grove Apart ments. Dial 7-3471. 30-Gt Political Announcements The Star li tuthorlted to •nnounce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For Tax Atieuor CHIT STUART 'O couple. Furnished cottage n- partment. 2 rooms and bath. Newly redecorated. Electric rc- rigerator. Bills paid. 017 \V. Oth. Phone 7-4345. 5-3t tARAGE apartment. Furnished. All utilities paid. Rent reasonable. Telephone 7-2201 or 7-6057. !)-3t ROOM housi duplex. 1002 Carl Brunei-, >. Can be used as East Second. Call 7-4343. 5-31 ROOM house with bath and garage. 1 block west ot High School. Phone 7-4420. 5-3t FURNISHED apartment. 3 rooms and bath. Private front and back entrance. 404 North Main Street. Will make attractive price for desirable tennant. R. D. FRANKLIN* CO. See A P. Delonev. 0-3t For Circuit Clerk OARRETT WILLIS S. A. (Speedy) HUTSON For Representative TALBOT FEILD JR. A common tern, banded on July 3, 1913 at Eastern Egg Rock, Me., was found dead in August, 9117. at the mouth Of the Niger River,! A 10 story steel sfcelUm bxilldlnrt West Africa, establishing the fneti erected In Chicago In 188.1, was the it hnd crossed the Atlantic, tn»t "skyscraper." For County Judge CLAUD H. SUTTON U. G. GARRETT For Sheriff C. COOK For Alderman Ward 1 R. C. (Bob) DANIELS JOE JONES For Alderman Ward I FRED JOHNSON DWIGHT RIDGDILL Notice HAUL and spread sand $1.25 yard Gravel available. Foy Hammona Phone 7-2650. J9-1M For Alderman Ward B.- L. RETT1G State Senate TOM J. SILVF.Y DR. F. C. CROW 'Chancellor (First Division, bth District) WESLEY HOWARD A. P. STEEL ' For Congress OREN HARRIS For Sale BEAUTIFUL quality Holstein Heifers, $75 up. Mutation Mink, $35 up. Voight Farms. Lomira, Wis —Atlanta, Texas. 9-15t The white House was the first building eroctcd by the government in Wushinglcm. D. C. nhtl was mod-j clod after the'Irish palace of the' Duke of Loinstor. > „>. UJLllfll • TREE ripeni'd Elberta peaches. Fresh from orchard each duy. 'A mile west on 07. 28-Gt 12 ft. Norge deepfreeze, studio couch, sink, second hand bricks. Phone 7-2520. 902 S. Elm. 31-Gt 1000 bales common' grass hay now being cut. GOc balu at press at Ozan. Friday and Saturday. John H. Barrow. 7-4404. 31-2t BEAUTIFUL, blooming pot plants. House vines and air forns. Bledsoe's Flower Shop, 1819 South Main. Phone 7-4640. 2-31 FISHING worms, H. W. Powell, Hope. 55 cents dozen. 700 S. Hazel, 2-3t For Sale or Rent 2 BEDROOM air conditioned, fireproof house. FHA specifications. Reasonable price. Sam Hartst'ield, 1008 W. Ave. B. 2-tf : FOR all kinds of high quali mimeograph work contact Clarice Cannon. Phone 7-2614 or 7-3650. J-29-lm Wanted more experienced waitress. We have five of the finest girls in the state, but need one more. We pay the best salaries in the south and furnish meals too. Apply Mrs. Carroll, Diamond Cafe. 23-tf TWO good steady dishwashers and one cook's helper. Apply Mrs. Carroll, Diamond Cafe. 23tf • NOTICE • Auto repairs, body and fender work and auto painting. 33 years experience All work Guaranteed. FRANK YARBROUGH Phone 7-3557 707 Margaret St. FOR SALE ICE COLD WATERMELON The Coolest Spot in Town with the most attractive setting under THE OAKS Hiway 67 West at City Limit*. FOR SALE Top Soil — rill Clay — Road Gravel — W«ih Gravel BULLDOZER WORK RALPH SAUNDfRS Phono Day 7-4683 Night 74174 Loyne Favored to Best Charles By RAY CARPENTER (i OGDEN. Utah (ffl— Rex Laync, Utah's hope for the world's heavyweight championship, ruled a 6-?> 'favorite today to whip Efczard Charles in their 10-round fight tomorrow night in Municipal Stadium. Promoter Kenny Laync said the fight will be Utah's own version of the championship. He will present a championship belt to the winner on the ground that Charles is "the uncrowned champion of the world." Many boxing writers thought Charles beat Champion Jersey Joe Walcott at Philadelphia in June. A possible shot at the winner of the Rocky Marciano-Walcott title go in September may be the prizi for Friday night's winner. Best guess on the gate is ai attendance of 25,000 and a gate of possibly $200,000. Layne's cash box already is stuffed with $100,000 in advance ticket.^sales. SPECIAL! Limited number of SINGER* vacuum cleaners—floor samples and demonstrators—World-. famous for dual suction efficiency and modern design—available at 20'o below regular price. Good as new! Liberal trade-in allowance. Easy terms. 'A real value, sp__come early—get yours while they last! •A Trade Mark of THE SINfiF.n MFG. CO, SINGER SEWING CENTER 108 S. Elm St. Hope, Ark. No phone orders, please. MATTRESSES OP mud* Into lnn«r*»rtn| Work GutronUtd Ono Day 8«rvlo« — DAVIS A M«ttr*ts C*. Elm Strool Phono 74219 ANNOUNCEMENT Dr. Emmett Thompson and, Dr. Harold M. Brents Announce the association ot — Dr. David Lloyd Guerin 10 toe pr»ctto« TOM GENTRY U Still the Candidate Who Fought for Your PHONE CO. I REFUND Check and Lower Phone Bills. (Have you received your refund check yet? It U in the mails). TOM SENTRY THANKS YOU AGAIN FOR THE 32,000 VOTE PLURALITY JULY 29! TOM GENTRY IS STILL THE ONLY Candidate for Attorney General who hjs qualified h^nself and has been admitted to practice before the Supreme Court •f the United States, P/ice WHN 4ff ViMl«f IH.MI MOW!-A viftwy Ftr the Wit* MOVED ABILITY! TQM GENTRY What you Can Buy FOR LESS UTM, Sru. FASHIONS FOR ALU THE FAMILY. era, Wntning " Television Sets. AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS Jewelry, FARM EQUIPMENT FAST SERVICE on every item ordered through Sears Catalog Soles OfHce Buy on Sears Easy Payment Plan You con now open an Account right here in Hope Take advantage of our First Anniversary Sale . . . Open your account now — today! It's convenient. See Mrs. Mary Jo Bearden, our Credit Manager — she will give you complete information. Save more during our First Anniversary Sale! COME IN to Sears mall order office. Our courteous salespeople will gladly help you open a Sears Easy Payment Account. PHONE 7-3492 for Information on Soar* Easy Payment Plan. ROEBUCK AND CO. 2164 MAIN STREET • HOPE, ARKANSAS SPICIALTRADE OFFER If- *t SMARTS SWCIAI FULL CREAM FLOUR 25Lb. Bag THAtdOODPILLSBURY CAKE MIX 17 Pkg. DEL-MONTE PEACHES 2iSize 2 For (Limit 2 Cans) ALL BRANDS CIGARETTES Carton 2 ..ij *W ** QUART SIZE PUREX Bleaches Clothes Whiter PET MILK 2 Tali or'Y' 4Srn<?ll,,, All You Want POTTED MEAT Magnifico Can SUNKIST LEMONS Dozen P&G SOAP 3 For CHEWING GUM 7/re of f/ie Century! U.S.ROYRI MSTER NOW EASIER TO OWN THAN EVER! For a limited time— during this unusual event only—you erjoy the BIGGEST saving* In year* on the one tire In thf world with Royaltex Tread, Everlmiing Whitewolls, Renewable Safety! BROOK'S CATSUP 120z. Siie Each (Limit 2 Bottles) SLICED ENDS AND PIECES ^ . Lb. •If <F» ^1^ ^klr H IPf t ARMOMftJTAR \ PMRIPOIlfc •i^ji^w iiBp ^f.a^^^Hf BH ^p%fcl .CpP^MMlj FANCY NO,

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