Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 2, 1936 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 2, 1936
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Irish ft*!. 19 Drets. 20 Coal pit. 21 Hurried. 22To challenge., 23 Native. 24 Klin. 516 To observe. 86 This h*ro became & knight 28 Heathen god. 29 Minute sfcin opening. 32 By nature. 33 To ratify. 35 Climbing plant 36 To thaw. 38 Slovak. 39 Moves swiftly, 40 Pertaining to air. 41 By. 42 Lawyer's charge. 43 Inlet. 44 To exist. 45 Street. 46 Spain. ~s Battlefield Friends are sorry to know that Mrs. Cason passed away December the State Hospital. Her body laid to rest at the Anderson Cemetery. Jr , Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Rogers and ^children from El Dorado are spend- the holidays with Mrs. Rogers' ^parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Beard. Miss Swan Garner of Spring Hill and alph Smith of this place were mar- December 22. M .D. Folley Sr., ^officiating. ;1 " Mr. and -Mrs. Foley ST., Mr. and Joe Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Smith fronv. Spring Hill spent y with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ith. K. T. Hembree and family and Jess 'Atkins and family from near Washington spent Christmas day with Ben fiison and family. i- Married December 24 Miss Lorene Votentine and Eddy Byrom, Rev. Rister from'Lewisville officiating. Mrs. W. T. Vickers and son, spent the, holidays with her brother, Ben Wilson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Collins from Spring Hill and Mrs. Jas. Martin and _ little daughter from Houston, Texas, i was the Christmas guest of Mr. and r sMrs. Elbert Tarpley and family. f J. BL Townsend and family from '• near Garland. City spent the holi- * { day with relatives at this place. *t ' Captain David and wife from Tex- ^arkana visited Phil Harwell- and j,* family Wednesday afternoon. ' t l Mrs. Rufus Anderson and children 7,'from Evening Shade spent Thurs 'Cday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith •I and family. „ "fbk 'C«lun(al i-Tree; near Charlevoix, i'Mich,, were planted 100 years ago by ^"Indian chiefs,,as a pledge of peace "so r long as the trees bear leaves." So •, 'that the white man might not cut the ; trees for lumber, they were bent into ', curious shapes. Nine of the trees are alive today. SeH It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star MARKET PLACE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30c far coMCcutive insertions, minim- miuq of 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 tunes, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3V4c line, min. J2.70 (Average 5'/2 words to the line) ads will be accepted the understanding that the bjlj is payable on presentation of sKrtement, before the first publication, Phone 768 NOTICE V TAI5EM UP—One red sorrel horse '- i»«J*, one b^y horse mule about nine yean old. Weight about 1000 pounds * each. Owner may claim mules by pay- "f for this notice and feed. R. L. FOR SALE ' fOB SALE—Horses and mules, See C, JBL Suttan at Button and Hale Ser vie* Station, Hoj*», Ark. 12-26tp FOB SAI/B—Team of three-year-old pa»4s», partly broke, J300. Would PQH- si4#r older team in trade. A. W. Biojrseth, Hx>pe Route Three, Box 71. 0» pld 67 hi^iway between Hope and j&nmet HH» HE seven-cent stamp ot the 1935 U. S. National Parks series illustrates a" scene that really is'not part of the national park for which the stamp was designed. It shows' Great Head, at Bar Harbor, Me., highest rocky promontory on the U. S. Atlantic coast, overlooking Acadla National Park on Mount Desert Island. The island. Great Head, and other Jagged slopes on the Maine coast line are what is left of ancient geologic erosions and upheavals that, culminated with the glacial sweep of the Ice Age. Until the glacier came, the Maine coast was .still about 200 feet beneath the surface of the sea. But as the ice melted, the region slowly rose and the sea crept in among the numerous channels that had been cut by previous earth movements. Thus the numerous islands along the coast arose. Ope of these is picturesque Mount Desert, which Is now Aciidia National Park and which is remembered by tlie seven-cent stamp of the National Parks series. D. S.—J.M.7 •~ National Parks Great Jle.ail ic—black 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" iw,!V ^', -'' ,," 'j'S? t_ i 1;, '» >, TI ", i*^^ , -t. ,"-[,"*', ,' i , b03?B..8WftJ?0|S OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY / r WAS A (BLACKMAIL JtS GOMNJAM AMD SIMPLE WAVE SOME\\ WORKING ~ FUW WtTU * WER.I5 ALL/yWALQABLE PIC ' \gORJ5ALe~ ELECTttiC UGHl SULBe THAT Aftfc -^ HKE TjiRlNKINCi GLASSES, y > AN' WMEN THEV BURN 3UT YOU USE 'EM ON rw v TABLE,' TH\NK, ARE SO IN THfe NATION tWW AVEPACafc OT- TfeN ELECT^C UGHTS BUf^N OUT k WOULT) >AEAN A, HALF- TAKE A tJOZEN NOW» 3 B\LL\ON BULBS THAT CQLJLO "DOWN TO ONE ' *- "^ u ^&^ TOR TJR\NK\NCi ^N^\ »vS^V*8K\\, (Sr* •/'/N-/;^v/! //^//V-/->^y- ^~..^i^--" t ^ f ^. -=ss. =rs -s. .»'V -==r- /*<— "==• r-v ^,V"\~-i^r\ M'-\ n €>M!M$ •• .Ms^MMfiH^M -' WILL BE ON HIS SECOND BILLION APTER "DINNER y,.ftffll0Mf0W*. MOTHERS 6GT BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES All Curiosity NU5S BOO OOOTS .. \T\ MMM I HtW P09PEO GOT .KteWE -bOR-KN 6 VT • VO COO 0-1936 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. ALLEY OOP Paging Foozy I'M 6OINJ' TLOOK FOR FOOZY- OH, ALLEY- \ \ HE'S DISAPPEARED -YEH, WMERE ARE rXvOU CAW COME ALONG, GOIM&? } />K, IF Y'WANTA — CAM I G DANGED IF I BUTTH'WAYTH % STARTED WHERE THEY / GIT THERE $ GdW? X QUICK/ J\ \A/ELL, I'LL i NOW, WHAD'YA MADE OU FOOZY BY WHO05KV I CAW'T LET 1M DO THAT-SUMPIW • MIGHT HAPPEM TO 'IM - ©19M BY NEA SCRV1CE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF._ WASH TUBBS It's a Knockout! : ( (PARPOM ME IF IM A TRIFLE /MUST BE SOME" MlSTHkE. \<jLORV BE/ SURELY tHIS OLDTOMATO ^HAMMER- ISM'f THE TERROf? OFTHfyHEAD'S OUT/ fi6HT/jRUM tf HO HO/THIMK YEKA BOX£R,HEVf\ SOCK HIM/ J LOO& BO/S, rrONLVTAkES OME PUUCH—^ , BUDPIE- I DUCKED. 2.VI 193t BY NEA SEHVICE. INC. T. M. REC. ILS. PAT. OFF, ByCRA FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Reserve • IT'S COME OW,SMOKEY...'IHINK OF SOMETHING f I JUST GOT TO SEND BOSS, I'M A V x ? WHAT ARE I'M BLACK /,N' BLUE/ TAKE A LOOK f IT WAS "X* THAT MARKED THE BOPY WHERE! SPOT WAS FOUND // SOMEONE S ABOUT/ BET >tXJ'D A HIGH- I GIVE A PATIENT MAN! TALKING ' ? WHAT'S I PONT COMMY WEPHEWS A POWERED BABY RAZOR CHRISTMAS GIFT, EVEW THO IT WILL BE LATE .'/ RIFLE "2 > BLADES TO DID -.OU GET "2™-™? <THAT NAME I PLAY N WITH ' ABUSE I CAN FROM"X"// SOMETHIN'.' »36 BY NEA SERVICE. IMC. T. M. BEC.u. S. PATTOF THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Towed by Parcel Post By BLOSSER WHEW.' WHAT THOSE NMDGETS WERE ( THE A i MIDGETS/// ^*-, i i i imt*^^ YOAJ BEAT THAT THE ISAA\LMAN .' MOW DOE'S IT &O? ABOUT THOSE TWO! CUCKOO, COIN' OUT MOTORING THEVLL GET NOR RAIN, NOR SLEET, MOR IN A BLIZZARD LIKE. TWS / SNOW, MOR. BLACK OP NIOVTT, CAN STAY THOSE SWIFT . COURIERS" / (B1W Bt Hit UHVICt. INa T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFC. J

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