Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 24, 1941 · Page 2
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 24, 1941
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t f ' I **H ft At* tttft, AlKAMSAt On. * ******* ****«»* * taft Wwr, Mi, she 'Modification' olU.S.Pianes (, <n* virgin* ft**** te acenwtl K.ii Umew Heroine of the Movies 0* «*. i t»i*f «w fw« ***« * •>« as ** M**t <«»«(!)« 'J <*l! V > i H ' Vv)^ H- t^l-lil »*• Tit M,~ I | „....»» P * STOH I* -in HI**!) 1 CHRISTMAS >. n *( « H' ,v / i* ' .. t I if n « i .< ' ' '• * v o pau«« on wilt be th* spenf. May t-h« oburvdanc* whom you #*#* Young Chevrolet Co, '••frit ^(ft <-..{*! V fcst -mm AND THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE NEW YEAR Temple Cotton Oil Co. ^ITWff • '' ' Jf* 1 .. «*,<( *, naftvt WHwi ?>•« BC 4. t'rt l)r< t Wt by fisw»»,~ , t It utiifstortf, Ms (hire) tev'm wits w«il I had to tin to get thv uthor sif an arKUitivrtt was to cult thw ponitkm. N«w. tlw only to th* Axis jxn»*r», TH i { had I'tntfii willi a rmUt. j bltarvi oil msm: * Mgh offa-ia! erf I Chirww jjovwrnnwTiS, onip of th« |i4afvp> unit V* Once A Year.. HERE COMES AT LEAST one time during the year when we pause to consider the past events and courtesies for which we are thankful, To us, that time is Christmas. And those things for which we give thanks are the many opportunities we have had to serve the fine people of this area. These associations have meant a warmer and friendlier season—they have made possible a most successful year and we trust that these fine associations will be influential in making possible the continued increase ol friends and the further growth of our business. In our own way, let us any, "Thank you" and wish you a sincere ( Greeting. May the blessings aj ihe Chrittmat Season be yours and may the New Year bring you ever so much happiness and prosperity. TALBOT'S .in g<iotl. •»n wwAnhurM wivpwf* »n tlw j 1 ihat h«- find.1 (r««rr« at Mfth atti' tudett | Tht'fp arp »lh«r rtrma t«o niwi, an*- 5 Army Air t'oxtv pv«r h«r« rsct'ntljf. it i alt witi* uv to I3M itum hours tvf ! work beftMTp un Anwrtcon pUno H i rcji<iy fur th*' air—once it %vte tt> Ensc- ; British mochitctic! ^Uu> ui.^ist on M'f- viciniil Am«ruiin rhgrnt-s in the manner l hey do th« M«rha KulLs Kuyve motor They tear Arnerlcnn enKttle, • clown after 5(M houm und pritcticilly . itrbuild them, much to thi* tli&trfKv of th»- U. S. factory fugim-trs who i tell the British that American en. K'ni* iire ilt'sitinod to run longer without such frequent overhauls. Suppressod Krirtimi Rffhi* , To Fin re ffi TV» impact of all this has been the beneath-the-surface friction between ; Lf. S. Army officials and American manufacturers on one side and British Air Ministry chiefs on the other. Nothing happened, however, until suddenly some of this friction began to appear in the press with many , Britishers being quoted as saying I American planes were no good. ; Alarmed, the Ministry of Informa- . lion here suddenly started a counter bit of propaganda; a program telling America that their planes were fine. The result has been a series of recent trips by correspondents to different airfields where U. S. ships are being used. The most recent was a junket to an airdrome where a squadron of Bell Airacobras was on display. English and American correspondents were told by the pilots, in rather a Democratic leaders in the senate; a Democratic congressman from Texas; a dollar-a-year-man from big business; wid two cabinet members. Out nt the whoie batch, you couldn't even get a difference of opinion on the weather. A year ago, Washington learned of war from foreign correspondents on a holiday; from Harry Hopkins, Averell Harriman, Col. "Bill" Donovan, and the scoe of others who had been across and suffered through the "blitzes" on London, Chungking, Athens, Crete and Cairo. Tonight, air raid wardens are attending grim schools in Alexandria, Chevy Chase, Anacostia and Washing- tOP proper. W,« ,^, „,„, , ,„ 4, t*» irff M* V "•»* ',* r; t ,r ''K^H "!„,,.' s., r t .,*** , ^ f •& • , y*St-> '* '* -i 1 ' »' .^* 1. . i". HV- WANT A CMt»VT*AA$ PIANO? HAPPY IIO LIII AY KASO^ ml**, *r*-'i- ^ ; ^M«^"i« Ladies Specialty Shop TO SAENGER and RIALTO Young, Mgr To Our Multitude of Friends And Patrons We Send A Multitude Of p 0 BUT IE ]p cr ^ ••••1 V 3 Ml S p(nl M T is OliK \\isn ll.at n.-w joys nut k.unvn M,, n; may tome lo you ;jmJ almk- » v j|Jj )()U ail llirougli llu> cuinlii" year. Il is Localise of your fine loyally thai we send lliis word ,,f Clu-islinas chwr. We thank you siiu-cn-ly f,,r your fiieinUhJ,* and patronage and we seek ||,e ojjjjorlunily of cn.ilinuin-. ;„ ,i lis association in the future. May the Holiday Season, with its fine senlinu-nt, remain with you Ihiougliout ihe days of ihe New Year. *

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