Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 4, 1936 · Page 12
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 12

Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 4, 1936
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FGtm V 'J, '•w*' , $ , -Cudd Benefactor of Mankind [•*•— *--•- MOttlZONTAli i, 7 Maft who .helped take t>aln out of operations. i2 Ascended. 1.1 Bay window. 14 1*o hkng down 15 Midshipman. Is Devoured. If to exist. IS Stream obstruction. ,!! Alleged power IS Constellation. {6 Prepares for publication. ?7 Boy. j'JClah symbol. j 3 Short letter. M Slavic jelly. >5 Intertwined into fabric. SR Ringlets. ;s One that wakens. !0 Part of the foot. Answer to Previous Pnzzlc 42 Horse fennel. 43 Provided with cilia. 46 Layer of tiles. 50 Poem. 51 Witch. 55 Baseball team, 56 By. 57 Sleigh. 58 He demonstrated the use of . 59 Afresh. VERTtCAl 1 Possessed. 2 Native metal. 3 To tear stitches. 4 Toward sea. 5 Patchwork maps. 6 Finished. 7 Burrowing animal. S '. reat lake. 9 Cover. 10 Guided, n Sneaky. 18 He was & 19 To decorate. 20 Ticks. 22 To make. Amends. 23 Noisy Jollity. 24 He was born In • . 26 Examination. 27 Circular fortification. 23 Like. 29 Moisture. 31 la indebted. 33 Military cap. 34 To endure. 37 Clandestine. 39 Turns orer. 41 Animal skins. 4 4 To canter. 45 Pertainlnjc to air. 47 Wayside hotel, 48 Falsehood. 49 BelriK. 52 Wing. 53 Males. 54 Fish. 12 14- !8 5" 36 40" |S8 37 38 17 I 52 59 54 Rocky Mound There seems to be quite a lot of moving in this community at this time. Mrs. Dewey Bearden and children spent last Friday with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Rogers. We are sorry Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jordan moved away, but wish them success in their new home. Carl Goldwater of Shallow Water, Texas, is visiting relatives of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Deward Silvey and family spent the Christmas holidays with home folks of Nevada county. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Huddleston j and family of Hope were calling on Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Rogers, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Porter Power and little son of Seminole, Okla., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barto Bearden. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rogers and baby Friday with Mr. and Mrs..Joe Hicks. Hollis Stulks of Patmos is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shearer. Mrs. L. K. Boyce called on Mrs. Oscar Vanriper Sunday night. George Griffin and Howard Thompson were the bed side visitors of T. F. Hicks Monday night. Miss Ruth Winchester spent last week visiting relatives of Mineral Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson called on relatives of this place Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Pett Downs called on Mr. and Mrs. Allen Downs Tuesday! night. 1 Hollis' Stulks is home after visiting relatives of Locksburg. MLss Kathleen Downs called Miss Isabella Boyce Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Downs spent j last week with relatives in Oklahoma.! Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hicks called, on . Mrs. Edna Hicks Sunday night. Sorry to report that Mr. and Mrs. called on her home folks of New Hope . Geor 8 e 'Shearer are on the sick list. Sunday afternoon. j We h °P c for thcm a s P ecd y recovery. We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Smith and family move into our com- ' nuinity. ! Raymond Jordan spent Tuesday Miss Gladys Golden of Shade Sheppard night with Raymond Johnston. Arl Pickard of Hope spent Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pickard. Old Liberty Health is not so good in this community at present. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harrison spent Sell It! Find It! Rent U! Buy It! in the Hope S';ir MARKET PLACE Remember, the more you tell, thi: quicker you .sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. ,'iOc For consecutive insertions, minim- muni (rf 3 lines in one ;.id 3 times, 6c line, min. 50e 6 times, 5c line?, min. flflc 36 times, 3!sc line, min. $2.70 CAverage 51-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 spent Christmas with Christ'ecn Cornelius. Mrs. Alice Finley was shopping in Hope Saturday. Walter and Roy Cornelius were shopping in Hope Saturday. Olen Hubbard stopped by a while I with Walter Cornelius Saturday cn- route home from Hope. Mi. Gentry was in Hope Monday. Mrs. Alice Finley was in Hope Monday on business. Mrs. Lura Hacker's Christmas tree ! and party was well attended and was I enjoyed by all. ! Miss- Christeen Cornelius returned ' home Monday from spending the ' week end with Misses Gladys and I : Onia Golden of Evening Shade. She ; wa.s accompanied home by Miss Onia who is spending a few days with ChrLsteen Cornelius. • We am glad Mr. and Mrs. Tomia | ?<IcBay of Battle Field have moved in i our community also Mr. and Mrs. j Jordan McBay. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ' There have i bank failures i since 1920. been more than in the United FOUND • FOUNO-B!ack shoe, newly half- ! sold, and rubber heeled. Osvnor may | claim by paying for this ad. 3-Stdh j WANTED I WANTED — Furniihed apartment j with private bath. Phone 120. -l-^K' j WANTED TO TRADE— My Chevrolet truck for any size acreage on highway near Hope at once. Tom Cttrr-jl :J-:;IP WANTED — Four foot cord v/M.d. Dry. Hope Steaw Laundry. 3-.';t>; WANTED— Five copies Kellogg's Higher old books. Religious Jas. H. Bennett, 110 Phone 669 J. Reed & | We buy i and Historical. N. Washington, i 3-3tc FOR SALE— Hoists and rnules, See C. H. Sultan at Sutton and Hale Service Station, Hope, Ark. 12-26tp FOR SALE— 3 good mule.',, wagon am\ harness. Reasonable. Apply at Mi'Jdlebrook.s Grocery. S. Miiiji 3-2m FOB SALE hou.sc, Cftll 8.'M. OR RENT— (5 room -'i-.'iti: Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an cco- uumkiil, high-qualify jui>. What' ever your need*, «e can serve Star Publishing COMPANY "J'jinlhj^ Thai Makes an By AHERN OUR BOARDING HOUSE OUT OUR WAY f WMV TW \ HfA-/W"-tA.L CONSERVE \VELY ON ^ NMLUON LIGHTS BURNING OUT IN TWt NKT\ON-^-/\Ht3 TWP.U OF IN THE SH/XPt. OF *YOUR PAV DIRTY— WHY TW' OTHER MAS BEEN DIDNJ'T WE PATHETIC, GARNISHES D. f COME TO SOME G-UV ME P TMATO YOU owe TO, A LOW- DOWN FORWARD TRICK- IT'S TO IT PER TO IT FEP. SsAMOLDUP// WAD VOOR A COUPLE CHECK MELD UP/ YgAPS~THAPS\SOM DOKJ'TGET ON TWO CENTS P.OYALTY "PEPS T3UL"B — ./\ NMLLKDN TWO CENTS \S HOW NAUCH rvMLL\ON Ee TWO S QUITE A BORROWER © 1»M »V OTA StXYICt By MARTI? BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Mum's the Word GEJE. , \T VU6V\T DATOc. TEU, . (D1936 «Y NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. By HAMLl ALLEY OOP Sticking His Neck_J[nto More Trouble r. WHOA,0!KJNYf -OOOLA, WHAD'YA SAY TO A LITTLE CHOW, HUH? AS ANXIOUS AS I AM T'FIMD FOOZY, I DOM'T IMTENJD T5TACVE - I SHOULD OUGHTA BE ABLE TFIKID MOST ANYTHING, AROUND IN LI5SEM, OOOLA -YOU GET A FIRE T'GOIMi WHILE I SEE IF I < LITTLE SUM PIN OKAY r 4 3 1»36 BY NEA SERVICE. INc T. W WASH TUBES The Lowdown On Easy ; YOU'RE THE \HOLO OM.' KJO TIME TO TALk'. JUSf> V£RY'MAM WE'RE LOOk'iW KEACD A COUPLE OP BOV6' S WHUT THE MICE BOV, AH COU'T 6IV£ \WOMPEKPUL SHOT. WOMDERFUL. ME POEiN'f KKJOWALL. WE W A HOOT IF HE'S ISOLPIEREP ALL OVER TME \\ORLP. COBBERV AT W PLACE. 6OT COMMITTEE' IV4WT USED — KIM we aooD RIDER, TOO. SMART SHOOT TMI5 HE AH CAPTAlkl M£. THE ROBBERS? 'm?fr±-0 b*g^»yxft»y//xT jv By CRAN| FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Heavenly Days ( YEAH, ALL 1 GOT TO WORRY ABOUT IS '' CRATING IT/ THAT'S LIKE TELLIN CLIMB ONTO A GALLOWS AN' TA> COUPLE OF PRACTICE SWINGS // MOM, A WIRE CAME FOR BECAUSE I ALET ME WORRY POKi'T THINK YOU JABOUT THAT! COULD KEEP IT ) ALL YOU CRATED...AW'NO WVE. TO WORRY RAILROAD / ABOUT IS IT SAYS: AM TAG AWD ME...IT'S FROM UNCLE SENDIWG VOL) OME HUKIDRED HARRY, BUT I ™ POUNDS OF ( CAWT FIGURE / ME DYWAMrTH.... ITHINK "YOU CAN J -2 / WOULD TAKE: \ CRATINS rr.' WHAT IT MEANS / WILL ARRIVE: SHIP 'X 1 TO MEPHEW/ IW SEVERAL DAYS.y /. •5>>—?•--, ' ' Windy Ices Up By BLOSS THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) TSU ' TSW I AM UEARD YO GOWN' IN AT UANlYO ALL WvUSmu SOhAE PARTY AT DE LODGE LAS' MIGHT' DEY AINT NO ICE AND IT'S GOIW ALWAYS KNOWED DEY WAS t^ORE DAN ONE . USE FO 1 DEfA JCE CU0E TRAYS .'.' € .' TSM.' OLD CATFISH GOT UlSSELF" A E - - VEOWSAH .' TSPL\T WIDE OPEN, \l BAG IM DE WOUSE-- IF I DONT GET -- JES WAIT A. AN ICE BAG ON IT . IT INSiDE THE YALE

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