Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 11, 1936 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 11, 1936
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Saturday, January 11, 1930 ,- I H.I il I HH I T..|'| •!,!.• I. II X, .Ml I _ '*•"•-•'>'"••"•'—-": .Bard From Erin HORIZONTAL 1, 1, 8 Founder of modern Irish literature. 33 OHre shrub. 14 Intertwined. 15 On the lee. 17 Species of pepper. 39 Old garment. 20 Small island. 22 Respiratory sound. 24 In. 26 Monetary unit of Japan. ,28 To recollect. '31 ire. 33 To vex. S5 Den. 36 Right. 37 Interior. 39 Pedal digit. 40 Exclamation. 41 Profit 43 Therefore. 45 12 inches. 4S Measure of Answer to I'ri'vhttis 1'iix/lf area. •19 Uoa.I. t 51 Wreath. -' 5!t Scoria. 3 55 Iletniirc';. •( 5$ Destiny. 5 59 Signal systems. 6 61 Wine vessel. 7 €2 Waits for. 9 63 He is a great 10 64 He was 11 of the Abbey 12 theater. 13 VKUTK'.U, Grief. Kind. Knowledge. Molten rock. Dye. Insane. Cot. Orient. Mixture of metal-!. Golf device. Southeast. Pillow. IS Vestment. 20 Writing fluid. 21 Mis early • are his best. 21? Snaky fish. 24 Within. 25 He Is also 27 Epoch. 29 To make lace. .10 Wrath. 32 Native metal, 31 Plant part. 3S Disturbance. 42 Midday. •II Ship's deck. 4S To step. •17 Tree. 48 To change. 50 Tart of pedestal. r.2 Half. r>3 South Carolina. 01 Driving command. r.6 Appropriate. r.7 Stir. 58 Corpse. 60 Street. 62 Before Christ. 21 33 59 17 34 45 18 60 14 35 55 19 ii 04- SO 10 II 57 3.? To" 48 -I) .25 Spring Hill Rev. Dickerson and wife filled their appointment at Bethlehem Sunday and received a nice pounding while there. Mrs. T. A. Turner and children were down from Hope Sunday, visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. . Foley.. Aunt Dcra Asberry had as her guest, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner and some of their friends from 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, lOc line, mill. 30c For consecutive insertions, minim• mum of 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c • 26 times, 3 ] ,->c line, min. 52.70 (Average 5'i; words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will bu accepteti with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 Texarkana also Rev. Dickerson and wife. H. T. Foster was over from Prescott Monday looking after his interests here. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Briant and children spent the week end with homo folks and friends here, before moving to Rodessa, Monday. Miss Aleen Easterling was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Monroe Martin last week. A family reunion and big dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brown last Sunday. There were thirty people there for dinner and more arrived in the afternoon. All enjoyed the day very much. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Collins spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Prescott. Returning home Monday from Hope accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Aikens, who is spending awhile with her mother, before moving to the river. B. J. Caldwcll and children were here from Rosston, Sunday. Miss Virginia Brent was a guest of Miss Inez Yocom Saturday night. Attend the Auction in Hope Saturday. NOTICE The ladies of the Methodist and Baptist churches of Spring Hill met at 3:30 Wednesday, January 8 at the home of Mrs. Dickinson. The purpose of the meeting was to organize a Missionary society for the two churches. The 1 following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Dickinson; vice president, Octavia Bullard; secretary, Mrs. Alvin Robertson; treasurer Mrs. Lucy Huckabce; reporter. Hazel Putman. The members decided to meet the seccrid and fourth Wednesdays of each month. The next meeting will be held January 15 at the parsonage. Mrs. Mamie Smith will lead the devotional. Attend the Auction in Hope Saturday. WANTED TO TRADE — A 35 Horsepower Boiler for a HO or 2.) horsepower boiler. Mary E. Austin. Blevins, Ark. 10-3tp Attend the Auction in Hope Saturday. To take testimony in a mine disaster at Johannesburg, South Africa, a police court session was held on the 27th TRADE j i'-'vel of a gold mine, more than 7000 feet underground. WANTED TO BUY "WANTED TO BUY: An oil stove- cheap. Must be in good condition. Mrs. Ella Gold, Washington. Ark. 10-3tp. FOR RENT ; Sun helmets lined with aluminum ' foil are 20 degrees cooler than or| dinary ones, according to Dr. G. P Crowden, of London. Speakers are heard better by mail. listeners than by women, because men's heavy clothing absorbs sounr waves, instead of reflecting them, as does the liyht clothing of women. FOE RENT—Comfortable bed room. with adjoining bath and clo.se in. Phone 505-W. 9-3tc FOB ..RENT—Furnished apartment with private bath. Phone 14B-W Attend the Auction in Hope Saturday FOR RENT—Two ni'.-e sleeping rooms, reasonable and close in -\'£-'i South Main street. 10-3tp FOR SALE FOR SALE — A Bargain in a five- foot bath tub, with tank and heaU-r. £ee Vincent Foster. 10-2tp FOR SALE— At bargains, six good ' young mules, broke and work double. H. W. Timberlake, Washington. Ark.. Route 1. U-3tp ~FOR SALE— One Thouisintl Youn;; Berry Plans for immediate delivery. World's finest flavored berry crossed between the Logan bc-'Ty anil Dew berry. Average 36 select berries to the quart. Also 500 October CJing Stone Peach Seedlings from old tini;: trees. H. D. Coffman. Ediiewood and j Sixth itreet, Hr<|X.-, Ark. j Attend the Auction in Hope .Saturday. ' Buby chic-k. for .sale. Cuitein h.-iteh- : ir.g a specialty. Call or write Mrs. j Fied L Gordon. Presc-jtt. Ark. ll-2tci Want It Printed VV>-'II have a iirinliii^ expert call KM >»u. and you'll have an ecu- inimical, high ijuality joli. What- fviT .vMir ni-fils. ne can strvt lliejn. Star Publishing COMPANY "Printing That Makes an Impression" OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS HERE IS TH' BEST GOLF PLAYER IM TH' SHOP, AM 1 KIGHT HERE, kMOW W'MLIT VOU MEAN, BUT THERE'S MO GLORY IM BElN'AGReAT MECHANIC, £R. EKkSlMSERf VOU'D RARELV GlT VOUR TO HIM, IS TH' B&5T _ " "" PICTURE- IN TH' PAPER;— , RIC3HT NOW, t CfXJLDW' AROUND TM 1 PINE / TeLL yoJ WHO 3UILTTH' •" BROOKLVM B(ZID6£, ER TH' HOOVER DAM, GRTH' FIRST AUTOMOBILE— BUT I CAN NAME YOU A COZEN GOOD OOLF PLAYERS- YOU WANT TO aiT A STIFF POSE GOINOj TO NNY "BANK ASK\NG "FOR TO PERFECT VOUP> NUTTY - IN WHAN! WAW TVAt TO SEE' DRIVES-YOU 6OTTA POWER BEHIND YOUR SWIN<5 — LlkH THI-S — NOW, SEE MECHANIC IN TH SHOP - MO CROWD CAM NOW, WHY YOU \NS\STED ON TH&T MOP -FOP, TWO TBtTTEP, LET HER T3AMT- ONI QUIET STRtET, NOW,YVYTV\ MECHANIC <1 ONLOOKERS/ 'RAVIKJ6 WIOM'T HURT VOQ. THE KOADTOGLORV BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES The Same Man of Mystery By MARTIN 60 L WfXNTC TO Tr\W_ , \JtT'e> TO TWE. \_OOV<i KT YOU YOG "5OT, OV\V\ VOO EXCEPT > YOU y) 1936 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. By HAMLIN ALLEY OOP HERE'S VER WHY QUICK, YOUNG FELLA, WE; GOTTA MOVE FAST- THIS CHANJCE TO ESCAPE'LL BE /" THIS YOUR LA5T - / 5URE \S MIGHTY T r-*—" FELLA, -DOWT LET THAT GITCHA DOWW - f JGOTCHER J m MOT " -^ 1 1 1 —--VV^-l—•«— I VI ^ \OP vou// ^ A ^ ^r'lJ :?-., • ^^^HW^'^v*^^ fo 1936 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. HEO. U. S. PAT. OFF. WASH TUBES Two Factions By COWAN r M!<5rnV<3LAD, WES/SIRSE. \OLt7MAURiVER5AMC? SON THAT you WE'LL MAKE THE OIL DBCiDBD TO / EL HOS'O S AR £V, VOU FELLERS WILL MEPTA LIVE SOME HOW MAMV CASES OF MAKE IT 6, QAMBLECS AWP PLACE EL-5E. WE'RE EXPECTr.M' TO USE OUR JAIL A6'lM.j AMMUMlTIOM OU6HT dUD6E. \T f S I ORPER FOR W30IM' TO lAVvVORRIEP. VVE BETTER CALL A MEETIW,' 8OVS, TO PROTECT OUR xc^-^iixci.^ |L/ / CL. n^7^ A AMS^CT ^~— RUM PUM rffA FlTTeMPlAce JSEWINP/ YOU SMERIPP.y V To LIVE - ^-XYOU, / LOSe-YOU'RE ^ ^X^ >^ _ —-^^^ ^^ i,- r( TLJf— y^V 111/ THE MEW SHERIFF ? ,/TAkE A HEAP •UVC? ^ ^ ' TO CLEANUP HEAH THE OMLY WTAMD/PATE. \r: ffl 1936 BY NEA SCRVICC. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT*. OFF FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Dynamite By CRANE JUMPIN JIMINV/ A COLT.... AMD A WILD ONE,AT THAT.' LOOK AT IT SUSJFISH AND BUCK .'/ 3 WONDER THEY HEY FELLAS I DID TOO HE KICKED THE SIDES DID THE NOPE,.. I WAS WHERE I SWEAKED WAIT'LL YOU GET A LOOK AT IT// OUT OF HIS CRATE AN' OWBOYS THROWN ON IS IT A LOOK 2/1 IN THE ' BEAT TH' STUFFIW OUTA GUS...I NEVER HOW TO , RESOURCES BAGGAGE CAR, AND THERE IT WAS/ GLAD TO GET RID OF RIDE HIM ' THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Force of Habit By BLOSSER OOK! 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