Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 1, 1936 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 1, 1936
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HOPE S1!A& HOPE. New Year's Puzzle MOBlZONTAl ot Jan- Answw to l^rctious & Obese. Stte was a \ ' '"•• •' god. is tfoetns. , OR. MARION PARK 20 Tidiest. 21 To make torpid. 22 He is represented with l£ Garment. (liDU iOiTMC.IAigBQ|V|O|i|Q| It Soufrfln shark- mW GSBS jKitTT^J^IIiMlOiR lAJL BBTIA1R iQl , 20 Nullifies. ?1M1EINI 25 Domesticated, S3 Sateil. 30 Mettle rash. 53 pern seeds, 31 frit. 53 Fishhook line. S3 Tiny vegetable 54 Contest of S3 To rub out. &5 Ttt come in. 37 Auctions. 3SQoes nunicry 39 Three units treated as one 45 Snakes. 48 To annoint 49 Turkish title. day speed. 55 The first of the was sacred to him. r>5 Loans. VERTICAL, 1 lota. 2 Worshiper Iftl^l^lPI' 3 Fiber Ktiots. 4 Custom ' 5 To *hip 6 Epilepsy symptom. T Examination. V Eye. 10 Ratito bird. 11 Dwelled. 12 Mesh of lace. 14 Pronoun. 15 To observe., 23 Braided quirt. 24 To divert. 26 Center ot ampitheater. 27 Steaks. 28 He was god ot gates and 34 Payment for release. 36 Treatise ot> morals. 40 Headstrong. 41 Wayside hotel 42 To require. 43 Sick. 44 To relate. 45 Like. 46 Golf teacher 47 Iniquity. 49 Eagle. 50 Insane. 51 Musical not*. I H" W 45 55 31 47 7 . IS 40 S 19 38 26 10 DeAnn Mr. and Mrs .Milton Samuel and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spears and-family from Oklahoma spent the Christmas holidays with friends and relatives here and returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. -Eugene Clapp and baby from Oklahoma spent the Christmas holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Roberts. We are sorry to report that Mrs. E. M. Boyett has blood poison in her arm. We wish for her a speedy re, co very. Mrs. A. M. Clark and Mr. Bryan Clark, Misses Mary Jo and Bettie Sue and Mrs. George McCorkle and Mr. JfeUer McCorkle were the Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E M. Boyett and the Misses Boyetts. Glad to know that Mrs, Carlton Samuel is able to be back home after Undergoing an operation at the Josephine hospital. Mr. Charlie Roberts spent last weekend with his son Mr. and Mrs. Ross Roberts and baby of this community. Mr. and Mrs. John Lloyd spent this week with her mother Mrs. Birdie Greeninghaw of Spring Hill. Mrs. Edna Cheese from Oklahoma returned home last week after attending the funeral of her father Mr. Jim Hendrix. We are sorry to have Mr. and Mrs. Sam Breeding move from our com- mifnity. Misses Mary Jo and Bettie Sue McCorkle called on Misses Anna and Vesta Boyett Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Clark and family have moved to our community. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Honeycutt spent 'Sunday with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Samuel. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Shirley and baby spent last week-end with his mother Mrs. Grady Moore. Thirty new meteorological stations have been established at strategic points throughout Mexico to increase safety facilities for aviators. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star MARKET PLACE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, We line, min. 30c For consecutive insertions, minim- mum pf 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, sntn. 90c 26 times, S'/L-c line, mlin. J2.70 (Average 5'i words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding th;jt the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 f~\r the 5,000,000 new trans-Pa- " rilic airmail stamps printed by the L*. S:. fewer tlmn 2,000,000 arc said to to or collectible value, and nuif;! of Hif^e are ?ot<l cut. Collectors have turned to 1ho . pom-eV .remainders for v° sl ' icm [ blocks, i.n the belief that no more j of UriH •'particular type ot stamp will be piiflt&J y.»4 (hit i; lit UMu<l to go' up in value, whatever its condition. ». • * * Another valuable set of stamps, in connection with the first transPncifir: airmail flight of the China Clipper, is'that which the Philippine government overprinted in gold for this particular occasion. * ' * • Tlin return of tho China Clipper disappointed many collectors who expected return covers which llify liacl dispatched on the Clipper's westward flight. This mail coulil not be handled by tho Manila postal authorities in time to catoh Ihe plane on its way hack so it hail to tin Iield up for tlic return of the second .ship, tlie Philippine Clipper. * * • Revenue'collectors should watch for the potato tax stamp- Uncle Sam's latest Innovation. Thorr arc two classes of these fUainji*, one for tax paid, the other for tax exempt. Upturn nf King Oorge 11 to the throne of f!recce has brought out the lirsi stamps under the new monarchy. These are two values of the 1!W. series. (miThai'Ked with the date of Nov. 3. l&3;j. when the king was recalled, by popular vote, a crown and new value?.. Two postage dues also are .surcharged. iMOTICE TAKEN UP—One red iorrtl horse mule 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. 3 °- 3tp FOR SALE FOR SALE—Horses and mules, Sc C. H. Sutton at Sutton and Halt Ser vice Station, Hope, Ark. 12-26tp FOR SALE—Team ot three-ye;.r-o!il mules, partly broke, $300. Would consider older team in trade. A. W. Biorscth, Hope Houte Three, Box 71. On old HI highway between Hope and Emmet. l-3t-p ~FOR SALE—3 good mules, wagon »nd harness. Reasonable. Apply »t i Grocery. S. Maw 1-3'c OUR BOARDING HOUSE ByAHERN OUT OUR WAY » Wednesday, January, 1^ By WILLL Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing cxpttt 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" (DEN OF H\S>,A."BOUT WNO* ELECT we UCbHT 01= ON A. sNVNj . .„ S^NCiTK W VY\TH cxCO UMT\L TH* OOPS ANCHOR \N TH - "^""^ r/, - • -<" ZOG/IL: ^'^^'-^"r ^Z" ' T. M. REC,' li. »' PAT.' OFF. "THE ' ' \,j \n» BY HtK StBVICC, INC. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ^i Worse and More of It By MARTI ALLEY OOP r A Discovery "OH, HE WILL:,'WILL HE? HUH.',, JE.S HIM Rt.OHT, TH' OL FOC _ r vpu WP'i iSv PRETTV WELL BUNJ&EDV M( =B>8>E, MOW|. HE'LL KEEP WS ^OKAY-YA I UP, BUT HE'S SUFFERlW \J^\ OM T^' GBOUWD^ [CAMT KILL'IM-) KAOSTLV FROM 1^R?-^^ OCk ^^™^ S7! ~^ T?? kTDlE - U .** -X. POOR OL' GUZ -SAY, I WOWDER IF OL FOOZY HA5 GOT BACK YET? BY WHOOSKEGS -IF HE AIWT, 1 BETTER BE LOOKlW ^r,. ^^ HIM UP- „ -...-~.^< 41 . MiPE-^^HUH- , [HE'fMOT W WH AT'S "SOME ^ WRITIM' 1 ONJ ^^J WASH TUBES Easy ys.Jjammerhead & By COW rMOWfe THAT PER A M/ALLOR) PO,IT A^IM, HAMMERHEAD^OO|AV\ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS W PM/' A Suprise in the Making By CRANE PIMP MUTT 1 /... He ALWAVS '"* THlMti OF DON'T Ml KJUTT//HOW £ ,T i m i Y -• ^ So'Uu C5CP FOR U |g A^MCH ALL ~™ IS m^H OP IMAGIKIE ME FOFiGETTIWQ ABOUT THOSE KIPS OW CHRISTMAS.' I'LL HAVE TO MAKE UP FOR IT IN SOME WAY .'/ ':'/'HAPR r V'.|S.PRl. '; ...PARING .^a HAKE' I.-' : .)936 . _... )lt «Y NE* SIBVICC. IHC. T. M. BEG. U. S. F*T OFf. H'lll ' iHatif i ^.s_ " '^ ^- , _ THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Shylock Catfish By HUM- WHAT'S TMAT ? AM SAiD AW'D COME T'Gtt A TWO DO\_LA,VAS B&CV\, r YO DONE BORROWED FROM N\E TWO BOCK'S? Y NO, SOW-YOU DONE YOU'RE CUCKOO UsAY IP'N AWD SUlP ^YOU A BOCK,YOUD &l A NUDDAH DOLLAH/ FO A BONOS.' I TCX.D YOU I'D Pfr.Y^ YOU ONE HUNDRED PERCENT A YEAR / YEOWSAH - ElAT5 RIGUT, I/. . WINDY, AN' DIS AT^ ANUDDAH* YEAH.AINT IT ? T ... JAN 1 Lj^-4 1PJ6 SY NEA StBViCC, INC. T. M. REC. U. S, PAT. OFF.

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