Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 31, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 31, 1935
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|r % rfH'KV' ',^^.vv r ,^ ^<-.. • • *, ^ ,A •- • ^w; tl ' '- ,/s ABKAMIAS , Official Answer to Previous HHEIB BH RIHil HHH tarn 0HBW H@I:IH rams 4? Tissue. 48 Angry. 49 Consumer. DO Old wagon ;0 track. ,.„_.. 61 Valued. > drive back. 52 Born. 53 She specializes In educating tlffbotttoclt. —-• 54 Guided. 55 Upper parta of frutnan, bodies. VERTICAL 2 Large toad. 3 Sme'l cow. 4 "Writing fluids. 5 To cuddle. 6 Punitive. 7 Seed covering. S 3worJ. 9 Poon tree seeds, 12 She is of Bryn !tfa*f. 16 To change. 18 Sphere. 20 Stir. 2t Noise. 23 Female deer. 23 To soak. 25 Bugle plant. 28 Heart. ,27 Prophet. -'S She has a 's degree, 30 Tobacco. 31 Too late. 37 Turkish title. 38 Sleigh 40 Pertaining to air. 41 Fruit. 42 To surfeit. 44 Melody. 45 Toward sea. 46 Long grass. rsrj\S5l' r are'having 1 a siege of snow and »ifiy .weather and there are mumps, flu , ami bad colds among the people in , thjsfjpart of the country. . -Mf-' and Mrs. Sam Huddleston re- tUrned home Thursday night from an , It! Find It! Rent It! Buy Itf in the Hope Star IARKE1 PLACE •?? !!%*,"' - > jjleniember, the more you tell, the tur^yff^ < quicker you selL H^ vs ;! time, lOc line, min. 30c • >?'''* ?£ " ' ~ • •' "" • sffiJPpt consecutive insertions, minim- i'j- <_ mum of 3 lines hi one ad ,Jt 3'times, 6c line, iniru 50c '•y 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c '{v2S times, 3%c line, min. J2.70 >j. {Average 5Va words to the line) ads will be accepted wjth. the understanding that the Bill is payable on presentation of > statement, before the first publication. j ••• - ' ir Phone 768 extended visit with relatives at Prescott. Mr. and Mrs. Huddleston are both about down with colds. Miss Dee Holt returned to McCaskill Sunday afternoon to resume her duties as teacher in the school there. Olin P. Holt of Memphis, Tenn., arrived Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Holt. Miss Ruby Youngblood o£ this plar;e and Thaddeus Ballard of Marietta, Oklahoma were married at the home of the bride on December 26. The bride's father, Rev. A. N. Youngblood, performed the ceremony in the presence of a fe wfriends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ballard left Friday for Marietta where they will make their home, Tom Thompson is real ill at this writing. S. S. Sanfrrd of Bingen visited his mother Mrs. J. A. Sanford Sundav night. Miss Nona Youngblood of Marietta, Oklahoma, visited her parents, Rev.i and Mrs. A. N. Youngblood Christmas. Alonzo Sanford visited Mr;;and Mrs. A. M. McLarty at Nashville Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McLarty of Nashville visited Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. McLarty Friday. Mr. Coker of Amity is visiting his son Hardy Coker at this place. R. A. Cooley and Dildy Porterfield were in Hope Friday on business. LOST I: Li, ;^' STRAYED OR sroLEN-one horse mule,* 900 pounds, black-mouse color, about 12 years old, scar on front knee, scars on right hip, sore on neck. Sups Jefferson, Box 224, Fulton, Ark. 28-3tp NOTICE ' TAKEN UP—One red sorrel horse muje, one bay horse mule about nine years old. Weight about 1000 pounds each. Owner may claim mules by paying for this notice and feed. R. L. Jones. 30-3tp WANTED Doyle WANTED—Good saddle and harness. WflJ trade for good mule or horse. Bring them in. Tom Carrel. 27-3tp FOR SALE FOR SALE—Horses and mules, See <?. H, Button at Sutton and Hale Service Station, Hope, Ark. 12-26tp We are having some snowy weather at this writing, hoping to sec some sunshine soon. The party given at Mack Still's Christmas Eve night was enjoyed very much and several enjoyed nice Christ- mps gifts off the Christmas tree. The party given last Wednesday night at the home of George Webb was enjoyed very much. Mrs. Dora Balch is recovering from a spell of typhoid fever very nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde HuUson have moved up here from Blcvins, which we arc very glad to have them in our community. Mrs. Ira Brant and son Eugene have rottirncd home from a visit with relatives and friends at Blevins. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Strawn and children of Garysonia are visiting their folks at this place. Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call pn you, and you'll have an eco-: jymi^lli bi£h (jualily job. What-' ever yoijr needs, we can serve Star Publishing COMPANY That Wakes an Ozan Miss Jeanette Nelson of Magnolia 1 school spent the Christmas holidays I with her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. ] Haselman. | Mrs. Ben Goodlett had as holiday j guests, Miss Mollic Hatch of Hope. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Citty of Ash- • clown are spending the holidays with ! their daughters, Mrs. Bill Gist and 1 Mrs. Floyd Matthews. Mrs. Johnnie Carrigun was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary Smisson and Mi. and Mrs. Will Matthews of Ash-1 down during the holidays. ; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Locke were shopping in Hope Tucwluy morning, i Sloinan Goorllctt went to Nashville | Monday morning. ! Mi.^s Alma Hanna worked at Scott'* store in Nashville during the holid.-jys. Miss Ruby Robins of Edna, Texas, visited homefolks through the holi-! days. j Mr. and Mrs. Howurd fVrrin and j JiHle daughter Peggy Sui.- of Benton , !.|H;nt the holidays here with home! folks. i Mr. and Mrs. Ray Utley and daugh- j tor Betty of Nashville wtru vi.sitin^' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stuart Tuesday. ; Mrs. Chas. Reed and son, Chas. Jr^. i of Hope spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Robins. i Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Locke entertain- i ed the St. Paul League last Thursday night with a Christmas program. Af- l ter the program Mrs. Locke heard a ' knock at the door and Santa Clause;' had come to present the gifts to each one, from the beautiful tree she had prepared. After Santa C'.aus left and all had shown their gifts, Mrs, Locke i served a delicious salad plate with j dainty cakes and hot chocolate. OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHEftN OUT OUR WAY HABfc d«ANKlN f MAWMIM5 ?^ JESS HAS SAVfc 1 WOULt5 t)l6CljOSE THk O1= NNY \JWT£«t INVENTION YOU lAt>S TOt)/^. ^O uet*& \T NOW, fAV W/xNt) \S UGHT ^UUB—— WHEN THE OUT, IT \<S USErUESS IS TO LIGHT "BULBS IN THE SHAPE OF Jx T>P^\NK\NG GL^SS 1-v.WHEN ONE "BURNS OUT.UN-SCI^EW THE YOU ^Or dP USEFUL, / SELF-STARTER U SPEECHLESS! By MARTIN All Together ! ! ! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES O\O — 60T TO vou HERE. , AU_ Booooore! 600O TO ME so ALLEY OOP A Busy Day By HAMLIN HOLLERIM' FER'EM TTHPOW ME IMTO TH' PIT FDR? I DIDKJ'T DO . WOTW/W/ VOU DIDNJ'T DO WOTHIkJ'? OH ,NO -YUUS' TRIED TO GET ME KILLED, IS ALL - AWR1GHT, GUARDS DO YER STUFF/ 'CAUSE Y'GOT TM' HEY, >u —x IDEA THAT IF WAIT, USTEM ,\ I WAS OUTA ' YAP/WHAT'D ) TH' WAY, YCv> I WAWTA GIT /COULD HAV£ VOU KILLED J MY THROMP-* I KNOW YOU, YOU -// T AW -YER OUTA YER HEAD •' IF,I WANTED YER THRONE, I'D KICK Y'CiGHT OUT FROM UNDER THAT IROWW AN' _/. TAU1E IT- /i W *£r SEE/ X^V* >T <X^ WHY, YOU-! ORAB'IM, MEN/ : Uf \a -^> U- \^ I'M GOWNA PUTCHA T.B.ED WHERE Y'BELOKJG/ Y'GOr A BAD BUMP-BUT YOU'LL BE ALL RIGHT AGAIN, © 1935 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. '-~~fr~ ? T. M. REa U. 8. PAT. OFF. ~ 'WASH TUBES Right to the Point By COWAN WHAT/ VOL) CAUGHT 1 EM A YES SUM- WE COULDM'f LOCATE 1BOV5, K'S A \ AT LAST WE'RE 6irnw STEAL IW6 OLD MAkl RIVERS7THE SHERIFF, SO WE ARRESTED/$6W5ATlON . WETS THE ARREST IM 6 MOWTH5 OEIEMTAL RUGS? E YOU THE PUPE THAT 6OT/I'M OME THEM ROBBERS?C ~ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OM /WAL,JUST w CASE' MISTER, THIS- IS TO PROVE YOU A Little Late By CRANE BOSS, I RAW ACROSS AW ITEM IN THIS PAPER THAT MIGHT INTEREST VOU / —^3X LET'S HAVE A LOOK AT IT SMOKEY/ (''A GROUP OF SHACYSIDE BOYS, HEADED BY FRECKLES M C GOOSEYANP NLJTTY COOK, HAVE JUST ACCOMPLISHED WHAT SOME CHARITY ORGANIZATIONS HAVE FAILED TO DO'" DUE TO THE EFFORTS OF THESE BOYS, EVERY POOR FAMILY IN THIS TOWN FOUND HAPPINESS ON CHRISTMAS.... THIS NEWSPAPER WISHES TO COMMEND THEM FOR AN UNDERTAKING WHICH IT CONSIDERS MOST PRAISEWORTHY' 1 ' ?==?'--==:—' ^^ THATS JUST LIKE •EM, SMOKEY... THINK ING OF THE OTHER FELLOW FIRST/' BUT, JUMPING JUPITER, I'M AFRAID IT DOESNT RUN IN THE FAMILY....I COMPLETELY R3RGOT TO GET THOSE KIPS SOMETHING FOR CHRISTMAS // T. M SEC. U. S. THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Any Old Highway in a Storm WORRIED &BOUT MISS \Y YEP.' THE POISE ,TWE TIGHT ROP£ A DRIFTS EB UP TO WALKER .'IT'S BEEN SNOWING THE. WINDOWS- SCMETUING TERRIBLE SINCE/ L AINT SEEN ANY SUE LEFT TWS N\ORN\NG ^\ BUSSES LATELV; ElTUER ! OU,DeAt?.'l'l_L\/ NOW, NOW/ NO NEED S BET SHE CAN'T I VWORRY, PET-I'LL PUT GET TMROU&W ) ON fAY BOOTS AND GO •f —— (DOWN TNSAIN STREET\ ^_ VSO^E BUSSED I^UST Be IT'S NO USE- I CANT GO ANY FARTUER-THESE ER TOO HIGH MISS POISE'U. NEVER BE ABLE TOET THROUGH rmwwm!!/; C'TfcV-^rir, * ' '*/ / UEf?E I YOU THE N\E DOV/N WALKED STREET, AND OVER £

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