Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 15, 1936 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 15, 1936
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, January By AHERN By WILLIA OUT OUR WAY THINK! THINK/ WHERE DID you PUT IT? we WAVE TWtS EVERV TIME YOU &OOUT/ AWP-HELP/ COME HERE,QUICK/ I'VE •-: GOT MY HEAD CAUGMTi DRAT YOUR ONE Cfr NOUR COUSIN TVAt SUSSEX HOOPLtS / VOLJP. PAsTmEP. KV-VD WE'R'E: TW\RO SOUND MO TO THE VAOOPLES-^/X CLAN ANTD WHO t THE HONOU ADORBS-S \ NCb S? ^fc'nfc; BORN THiRTV VEAR5 TOO SOOM BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By MARTIN Watta Life A. 9W\NCE. , WO. V\Vb 00\Ki(b , V V-iOKi V\\M WT\ OV\\\,\ MO^TKi'T Wt W\6'TO ALLEY OOP This IS a Surprise HUH/ A RWE SURPRISE YOU'D- BRIMG AWY - x-^'ATS WHECE ONE/ VOU CAKIT r GOTCHA -THIS B/EW REMEMBER TO BRING BACK WHAT YOU GO AFTER LEAVE ME ALONE ALL DAY IN A STRANGE JUNGLE, WILL YOU/ FORGET ALL ABOUT ME, EH ? I'LL GIVE YOU. SOMETHING YOU' (I GOTTA SWELL WONT FORGET IKI-^ SURPRISE A YEZZUM-I FOUND / VEH-F HE HAONT FOUND DIDNT I ME, t FEAR, ALACk, BRJN&f ROUWD-HEADED BOY- HERE SURPRISE HAS EVERY"THING -JUS' WATCH -YOU'LL SEE - NCW, WHAT KIND OF A DIZZY STUNT IS THIS GOING SUMPIM NJEITHER. ..... BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. WASH TUBES This Guy Needs a Lesson By COWAN WESTERN HOT FOOT. HAW, HAl-X HAW.' El_ HOVO—BUTLODk/WHO IS THIS VVADDLIWcj DOWM THE STREET? THE 0WLV 'BL HOVO MOT TWE COMIM6 SHERIFF DAPPER. DICK THE 7OWU VVHV, IT'S LULU BELLE AS USUAL, (5 ENTEETAJWIWS HIMSELF BV SHOOTIM6: PISTOL MEAE ST(?AM<5ERS,AWD WAT<THiM6 'EM JUMP. 1 T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Off FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Names Galore By CRANE WEVE GOTTA GET A i H OV/ABOUT CALLING ^J^,^ T1 AT . COLT V HIM "COMAMCHE'LOR HE'S AM \ How ABOUT I THINk WE OUGHTA HEY; YOUR COLT BUSTED IMDIAM PONY...CALUWQ HIM CALL HIM SOMETHING LOOSE AGAIN AN' ATE BOTHER U5,S POPADOPULOUS FROM THE /"SKYROCKET' SHORT AMD SNAPPY... J "'' — WE CAW'T GO ON CALLING HIM AN " IT".'/ MEBBE: "SUSQUEHANWA? A LOT OF VEGETABLES KJOW-WE'RE> AN SOWS.YOU'D WILD HORSE OR ''TEE - LIKE "FLIP' OR OUTTA TH' BOXES AT HAVE HAP SEVERAL HERE COMES "PEPPY" OR GETAMAME^TP.f'CKFegM. POPADOPULOUS AND PERHAPS.... lHOSE NAMES OR MAYBE THEY CALLEP , SOWS MARKET/' J**+ ^*~'~ • * ''BOMBARDIER"? THE /HIM EVEP2VTHINQ Young Spaniard/ j t» S Prince • • | tUfcd here. |li Hodgepodge, Answor to Previous ;13 French * measure. 14 Most excellent 15 You. U Weight allow, ance. 1? Striped fab'ric. ;l9To tike no» ttce of. '84 Pulpit block. .27 Organ of f hearing. $8 Chief minis' ters of a f country, i32 Stir. !3S To'place by I itself, !35The meantime. !37 To recom- ,' ihence. i34 To consecrate. / 40 Myself. ?41 Grain, s 43 Musical note. 144 Upright shaft. 47 Sways suddenly. 50 Onager. 53 Fetid. 55 Orchid tufiprs. f"6 On the lee. 57 Toward seii. 58 Oleoresin. 59 Title. 60 His father is the —— Kinp: of Spain. u 61 He recently married his VERTICAL 1 Position. -' Rubber tree. " :! Sloths. 4 Famous. 5 Reddish-brown. t! Olive shrub. 7 Assessment amount. S I'Hckly covering of a nut. !> I/nit. in Tennis fence. IS Shutters. lit He is • -presumptive to the throne;' 20 To relieve 21 God of love. 22 Hlack bird, 24 Rootstock. 25 Entrance. ' 26 Italian city. ^ 28 Desert animal. 29 Supped. 30 To exist. 31 Finale. 34 Soft spot In a coal seam. 36 Night before. 38 Twin crystals, 41 Verbal. •12 Form nf "they." 44 Mass of brend 45.Too. 4li Row nf .1 series. 45 Consumer. •19 Narrative poem. 50 Exi'lnmation. 51 Half. r>2 Observed. 51 Stream obstruction. 56 God. M 19 ?7 33 37 •44 57 6O 20 si; 46" S8 34 54 WL 39 30 r —5 38 15 35 -43 17 39 49 61 18 16 59 5O i 3 25 51 ' (5. DeAnn DeANN , .... .... .... :. .... Bro. N. L. Eady filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church here Saturday" night, Sunday and Sunday night. He delivered . three splendid sermons. Mrs. Sam Breeding and Curtis. Russell, and Verriell. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Claude O'Steen and family: Ross Boljerts spent the *w?ek end with relatives in'.Texas. '•; Mr. and MrsI Aldin Willis arid baby was visiting relatives in this community. , Bro. Noel O'Steen will preach next Sunday at 11 o'clock and Bro. Leroy Samuel will preach Siunday night. Everyone is invited to attend. E. M. Boyett called on his father J. W. Boyett Sunday afternono. Bro. Eddy preached -at Beard's Chapel Sunday afternoon at 2:30: 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, Iflc line, min. 30c For consecutive insertions, minim- mum of 3 lines in one ad 3 Unites, 6c line, min. 50c 6 tiroes, 5c line, snin. 90c 26 times, 3',4 C line, min. |2.70 (Average 5',^ 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 I Steve Lloyd called on Miss Udell Samuel Sunday night. The farmers of this community are busy farming these pretty days. Hallar McCorkle and David McKee and Misses Nina, Anna and Vesta Boyett attended preaching at DeAnn Sunday night. Bro. Eddy was the Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Clark. Misses Anna, Nina and Vesta Boyett and Hallar and Claude McCorkle and j David McKee called on Miss Mary Joj McCorkle and Olice, Jessie. Cecil and' Charles '. Wiflie," McCorkle Thursday night. Mrs. John Lloyd called on Mrs. E. M. Boye Saturday afternoon. The friends of Mrs. George McCorkle can sympathize with her in the passing of her mother, Mrs. Ster- geous who passed away Saturday morning at 8 o'clock at the home of one"of her sons John Stergcous near Fulton, burial was to be at Mineral Springs, Sunday afternoon. Misses Arlene and Belua June Burke and Miss Francis Hartsfield spent the week end with home folks and returned to Blevins to School Sunday afternoon. Legal Notice NOTICE OF SALE OF LANDS FOR BENEFIT OF STATE FOR SALE Fresh vegetables at Holly's Curb Market. FOR SALE—Good, well-cured Johnson's grass hay. Cheap. See E. S. Greening. 14-10t-c. Notice is hereby given that, as executor of the estate of T. F. Hughes St., Estate, deceased, I will between the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon and three o'clock in the afternoon on the 8th day of February, 1936, i at the Post Office in the city of Emmet, Arkansas, offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidcled. upon a credit of three months the following described lands, to-wit: Fractional part of South East '.4 of North West V.'i of Section 4 Twp. 12 S. Range 23 W, 16 acres more or less in Hempstead. Purchaser at such sale will be required to give note with security to be approved by me. and lien upon said lands will be retained for the payment of the purchase money. Dated this 13 clay of Jan. 1936. F. A. Hughes (Executor i E. A. Watson Jan. 13. 20. 27. FOR SALE—5 acres with 7-ro-jm house and garage. On pavement in city. No paving tax. Call 412 or Harry Hawthorne. 15-3t-p. LOST LOST—Small black purse containing door key, small amount of money, near Gibson's. Reward. Phone 308. 15-lt-p. LOST: Linoleum rug between Hope and Sutton. Dimensions are 9x12 1-2. Herman May, Phone 850. 14-3tp. Garden plants at Holly's Curb Market. WANTED WANTED: I am buying fat hogs, any size. J. V. Moore at Moore's Market. 13-3tp. FOR RENT Fresh Fruits at Holly's Curb Market. FOB RENT—Nict front bedroom, garage, in desirable home. Close in, no other roomers. 505 South Walnut. 13-.'itc ROE'S HATCHERY Baby chicks for sale. Custom hatching a specialty. Call or write Mra. L. Gordon, Prescott, Ark. ll-12tc J?OR RENT— Four room furnished apartment. Private bath, garage. ectric refrigerator. Phone 132. Mrs. G. McRae. 15-3t-c. 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" OUR BOARDING HOUSE THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) WELL,IP IT \SNT TUE OLD PHONOGRA.PW WINDY GAVE N\E, NWE FIRST WENT TO ' LOOK WHAT I ^. / OUR OLD FOUND// OBAEtABER WUAT N/ PUONOCPAPM (! A TUPtLL WE GOT OUT OF THIS J TUAT SEETAS UKE A V^UEN WE WERE ^/(UONDRED VEARS AGO. WILL IT PLAY ? , Love Somes High By BLOSSER HA / WA^ AND WERE ^v WE A COUPLE OF LOVE ) BIRDS, IM TUEhA DAYS '^•^ OH /WINDY AINT LOVE JUST TOO GRA.ND .' *«• #, / ,*• */ o^ ^ * ^ / 4--' . v ^£ ^ ^\ N ,^ ^X 7 *&- TWO GRAND// THE WAY I FIGURE IT; IT'S COST ^AE: EVERY CENT I EVE.R !V\ADE / OoiUAMj ' '"^1 Y N fi!!S^T^ •"•'". Sec 1 ;;'!- p^ o Fr f

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