Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 3, 1936 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, January 3, 1936
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HOPE STAB, HOPE/AfcKANSAS —" '''"'" '^'"•tyaai^iiimii .'ftiiMinimtB-Krint-iniinnHililnlillliailill..! Friday, January 3, 1980. Modern Soldier OUR BOARDING HOUSE OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS k -'1i»-A Uadet of Answet to Previous I'uizle frftt* choose •y*t **Mot. 16 to liberate A* ri &;* .SbWteta. ;; |l|«ttM f»tms. by 21 tte Is i birth. S3 Born. 34 Structural unit. 25 Wine vessel. 26 Form of "a." 28 Preposition. 29 Whistling. 30 Pedal digit. 32 Conscious. 34 Higher In pldce. 36 Table linen. 38 Showers. 39 To perish. <0 Dye. 41 Native metal. 43 Pertaining to the side. 48 Dove's cry 50 Robin. 52 Wandered. 53 Rail (bird). 54 Interior. 56 To free. 57 He was Italian commander-in 55 His military title. 59 Inclination. VERTICAL 1 Sinned. 2 To encounter. 3 Frozen water. 4 Musical note. 5 Olive shrub. 6 Half. 7 To exist. 8 Ancient. 9 Gaseous element. .10 Tubular sheath. 11 He in the campaign. 13 snaky flsh. 15 Seesaws. 17 To remain. IS South America 21 To endanger n Innate. 26 Ventilated 27 Prickly pear 29 Soft food. 81 Root point pnverl*- 33 Fighting. !15 Called for another performance. 37 52 weeks. 41 Sash. 42 Sea eagle. 44 Precept. 45 Bad. 46 Scarlet. 47 Advertisement 48 Dime. 49 Elf's child. 51 Lair. 53 Pronoun. 55 Note In scale 57 Credit. Henry's Chapel Kelly Gray of Seminole, Okla., is visiting home folks during the holi- j days. ' | Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Wiggins are visiting relatives at Huston, Texas, until after New Year's. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hamilton spent Thursday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ellis. ' Winston Cobb of the Alton CCC camp visited his parents during the •week end. Carl Ellis attended the funeral of hi£,U»cle,.Willie Thornton, of Prescott. who, was buried at Harmony, near Sittton. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cobb visited Mr. Fox a while Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Perkins visited with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dobson and daughter, Margaret! Tuesday night - | Mr. and Mrs. Earl r incher and dauhter, Patsy, Mr. and Mrs. Nolen j Lewallen, Emmett Lewallen. Parrish I I Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope SUir MARKET PLACE Remember, the more you toll, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30c For consecutive insertions, minim- muzn of 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c line, aiin. 50c 1 . 6 times, 3o line, a\in. 9flc 26 times, 3Hc line, min. J2.70 (Average 5 \i words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 FOUND FOUND—Black shoe, newly half- I sold, and rubber heeled. Owner may claim by paying for this ad. 3-3tdh j WANTED i WANTED TO TRADE—My Chevro- { let truck for any sue acreage on highway near Hope at once. Tom Carrel 3-3tp 'WANTED—Four foot cord wood.! Dry. Hope Steaw Laundry- 3-:!tp i Kellcgg's Higher Le.sson.s. Wu buy ! oW books, Religi'ju.-i uiul Historical, i J3§. H. Bennett, 110 N. Washington. I Phone 669 J. 3-3tc I — NOTICE ! Fincher, spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Purtle and family of Rocky Mound. Clara Ellis spent Monday night with Ora Fairchild of Hope. Emmet and Russel Lcwallen spent the week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Lewallen. Mrs. M. E. Perkins little niece of Walnut Ridge spent the week end with her and Mr. Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hunt and little son spent Christmas day with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hunt and son ByrelL Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hunt, Mrs. Dale Hunt and son, Mrs. Bud Hunt visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hunt at the home ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bearden of Washington. i Alice and Willie Purtell of Rockyj Mound visited with their sister Mrs.. Nolen Lewallen this week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fincher and daughter, Patsy, and Misses Clara Ellis and Alice Purtell spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. John Purtele of Guernsey. Mable Ellis and Ora Purtle and Billie Ellis of Bluff Springs were the supper guest of Clara Ellis Tuesday night. Mrs. Maggie Dail Lee and son, Ivy of near Bodcow spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. Ethel Fincher and family. They all visited with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fincher and daughter a while Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie West of Hope moved into our community Tuesday, we are glad to have them. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hunt Friday a son. He has been named James Frederic. Parrish Fincher spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Finch- ei. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson Rothwell and son Ellis spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Buster Rothwell and called to see his parents in the afternoon. Carolyn Robinson is on the sick list with pheumonia. We wish for her a speedy recovery. Jim Cumbie, Leslie Purtle, Earl Ross unrl Lon Wise called on Carl Ellis Sunday afternoon. Bernice Cumbie spent Sunday afternoon with Glenn Fincher. Mr. Matthews called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sunday afternoon. TAKEN UP— One red JJOITC! horsy mule, one bay horM; muif iihout nine years old. Weight about 1000 pounds j each. Owner may claim mules by pay- ! ing for this notice and feed. J!. L. I Jones. :;o-:;tp , FOR SALE FOR SALE— Horsts and mules, Sec C. H. Sultan at Sutton and Hnlo Service Station, Hope, Ark. 12-2Gtp , 'FOR SALE— Team of mules, partly broke, 5300. Would r,,.,- sider older team in trade. A. W. Biprseth. Hope Route Three, Box ,! On old 67 highway between HOMJ and Emmet. 1-St-i., FOR SALE— 3 good mules, wagon and harness. Reasonable-. Apply at . Grocery. S. Main 3-2t;: S"ALJE~OR RENT — e room bouse. Call 834. 3-3tc j WANTED- -Five topic-* R«ed & i Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, high quality job. What* ever your need*, we can serve (hem. Star Publishing COMPANY "Printing That Makes an MOD SEE, MDEA'P.THtS \S KNY • \DEA MAKE ELEGTFUC L\GHT "BULB'S IN THE SHAPE OF GLASSES ---THEN,WHEN THEV "BURN OUT, UNSCREW THE F\LKMENT AND NOU HAVE A TABLt (bLASS SO/Y\ETH\NUb USEFUL,'——I'LL E\THE"R MANUFACTURE: THEVA /Y\VSELF- OR SEL.L. THE; \~DEA TO THE ELECTFUC L\GHT PEOPLE FOR A NA\L\JON)-—-AND "BY NOAHS BEARD, NOT A OF (bL/XS'S * AE 01= * SOIAETHING X WANTED TO "POUND ON THE. AMV\L W\TH. VOU )-<GOING OVER rAY GRCKJERY "BILLS,I NOT>CEli S\PHOV4S OFSELT2.E.R WATER OHARCbED TO fATE}-^ THE. NEXT ONE. CO/V\ES I'LL USE TO MAKE NOU THINK YOU'RE A FOUNTAIN STATUE AAAvSOR, WE'RE LISTEN \N<b ' YOOR RATWeR-S JUST AS SILLY AS VOO ARE/ MORE SO~UE*3 OLD£R AMD SWOULD HAVE MORE OW/C3OSH/ I'M ALL RIGHT MAY IS SWELL AW SOFT TO SLEEP SENSE/ BUVIMQ YOU A PDWV IN- AN 1 I'M WARM /VFOR CHRISTMAS, AMD ~ ' warwiNCr BUT A COM AKJ' &EE WMIZ/A I TO Keep/rn, v FELLER CAWT M.'GET IM m II" ^ DO MOTHIM' LOJSG BED/ BORM THIRTY YEARS TOO SOOM 1-3 BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES How Come, Boots? By MARTIN ALLEY OOP C3E5.' EEEE ^fi&& E6 6 :W»l^ - A Trail of Logic <r) 1936 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M, REC. U. 9. PAT. OFF. _. By HAMLIN ALLEY OOP AMD OOOLA SET OUT IN SEARCH OF FOOZY • v^iyH^T feSssS.s WHY DO YOU V HE ALMOST HAD TO, OOOLA -IT'S A C/NCH TH/WK FOOZY HE DIDN'T HEAD TWARD LEM-NJOR IN TH' CAME THIS J\ DIRECTION OF TH' BIG SWAMP -AM' I'M WAY ^ J \ SURE HE WOULDMT TRY TCROS5 TH' GIVEC, NJOC2 GO BY TH' LAMD OF TH' LITTLE PEOPLE - & ^ •#&& tm _ ALL VERY WELL-BUT DOM'T YOU THIMK IT QUEER. THAT WE HAVEN'T FOUND SOME EVIDENCE OF I DON'T HIS PASSING ) THIS \S AM THIS WAY? i AWFUL BIG COUNTRY - AM' AMOTHER THING - FOOZY WAS ALWAYS WOWDERIN' WHAT WAS OVER IN THIS NECK OF TH' WOODS - . """' I/ ; -S;ib ('- 1-'' T. '-'Vv'V, ^•^'^ *•*':••-- WASH TUBES Easy Passes the Test --tfTHo—C" CO 1936 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. WHA-^CTHAT PUDE MAMED EASV TME TAR OUTA YOU/ THAT'S M/HUT. By COWAN LlkiE A dOTA PUWCM) WELL/ HERE'S YOf?E SEE HEAH, AB W|LSOM,AI(2 VtoU ]AM BlM PAVlM 1 H/MTO \A5 HAID OF THE L AW AMD ORDER\ 'AVIM' THAT LOlV-DOWM BULLY TO/SEE IF SUTT/M LIKELY^ fcOMMITTEE/ LEM, IT'S MAH DUTY aO 'POUWD WHUPPIW' LAW- ^XLOOklM' PELLEKS ^IW /TO LOCATT ATWD-PISTEPFiaHT/M' ABlDW'aTIZeW5?/======= ! f^^^-__ T Pl6HT. /rTOOL ; WHO'LL MAkE ELHOYOA F[ £/= "TfOUL£TTe ll © FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDb HAD REFERENCE TO? \B THAT I THAT'S IT! WE THE "X" ) DIDNT KhJOW WHAT ELSE TO CALL IT, SO WE DUBBED IT JUST PLAIM "X"' WHEN I STUDIE'D /.LGEBRA ' IW SCHOOL, X" M.FAWT 'THE uw- KMOV/M".' /AMP THAT'S JUST EXACTLY VvWT THIS"X''AMOUMTS P! IF ^GU DON'T THIMK So, GET UP CUDSETO IT AW' SEE IF you CAKJ FIGGER IT OUT.' The Mysterious JUST >V?RIVEP HERE THREE O J WHEM I FIRST AT ITj I DIDN'T SEE! UNUSUAL ABOUT WASN'T TOLD ABOUT SHERIFF—AMD I FOUMD NC. T. M. BEG. U. S. PAT. OFF. ByCRAN TWEW I SMUCK UP CLOSE TO IT, AH' FDR TH' FIRST TIME IW MY LIFE, I XHEW WHAT FT MUST FEEU. LIKE ~P PICK UP A QALLOM O' ,<3AS WITH A ^ BLPW-TDRCH / HMM,LOTS OF SPIRIT EH? THAT'S WHAT I \ DON'T LIKE.' BUDGE, I /-Ytxi LIKE WAKfT ^tXJ TO CRATE ) YOUR IT...- I'M GOIKJQ TO J MEPHEWS, SEND ITTCi MY Jf{ BOSS. WEPHEWS// ,4:!7( NEWF ANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Light Housekeeping y31^Bffl935'BY NEA ^^BVICg. INC. T.'jfr y'ffl'l/. Si F/tT.'oFF. v By BLOSSER CHECKS WELL, SOMETHING'S 1 UP OKAY- THE fAETER XvWONCi SO^.tWHERE, REfc,D AND THEY \ OR THERE CUECKED THEIR BOOKSJ \/vOULDN'T BE THAT MUCH DIFFERENCE IN OUR BILL THIS \ CATFISH PROB'LV LEFT ONE OF THE CELLAR LIGHTS BURNING .' I WOULDNF BE SURPRISED- HE SHOULD WORRY ABOUT LIGHT BILLS' ' NO SAH , MISTAH WINDY! AH AINT LEF'NO LIGHT BURN\N' I BUT AU'S GOT A NOTION Y/HAR DE TROUBLE SO THOSE WIDGETS ER USIN'AN ELECTRIC Ll&UT FER A BEP WARtAER, EH !

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