Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 26, 1941 · Page 2
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, December 26, 1941
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GeN t« G«t Cor ARKANSAS . ..... ... i IIIIKIir ^.^^^^..amnaMi Tamara 'Sugar Plum fatty* ** It's o Habit ihe Battel Rusde 0* Mont* C*tk> j M the bathst and start talking about uw i i t «-» -. Hut they ought to an* Twm • i ( ,f „ ^ t fc. . B.I.H YEAR NEW ostcar £--« CHAPPED SKIN essage This Is One of the Local Postcards Photographed and Printed in Hope POSTCARD SUBJECTS Dick Powell and the 195-Pound champion watermelon. Hope City Hall. Fire Station. Recreation Center at Experiment Station, Ice-skating in the sunny South. A fine local residence. Comic card of negroes and a watermelon. Western stage-coach and local girls. PHOTOGRAPHED IN HOPE- PRINTED IN HOPE " . precision picture reproduction. cison pcure repro. Stock is Voters BristoMhe finest postcard paper available anywhere. HOPE STAR Job Printing Department ,t I Howson in Hollywood ^ »,«,(, 4«*»*W»«>*, «** »—'-» «*"*«•*«** O v t Nnk W C * ti« 4 < W MntMl** 1 H <* *'H , i •.*•«, <# » f ! *to»t I >. I .« VI VMIUTT IS |>H01IH*RAPHV ..f ••>"*• I.-;,.,-.,, s.-.HIV ,.t*H •'•.,IM.i >.f:X ! «!• *1'^ -f ;*<. (-.'•«;''«« i 1 "'" ,F 8' !i"f S 1 "•,'>, :-,.'.' jv,- i> ;« WANT PIANO? ALLEN ELECTRICAL SERVICE H, : ft-- •.-'••***••' tXi> «» Sljhl SffiK* Liccmcd and Bonded Electrician — Phone 806 — (^-rV"— *^*\s~r\^~*~s\s~'*' <'{/ Get One of These Soon SAVE •Wmm^K^^^HH^B 1 *>tt.^' ** >^»Mp^^^^^"-^5g=^^=j^»»i-"i ii i" i Hi^ —-T r „„. {e ||ow who'll like it. Have you Winter'., on the wa^n-Mr.;^ fg"«w. w^ ea8y way Qf .,„,„, tried D in It pver occur to you that you may be In a rut-photographl- 'ally? That's an unpleasant thought. I know, but as f;ir as many of us are concerned It's an oil too real possibility. The trouble Is, WB don't practice variety in our picture mak- U For Instance, what have you been doing recently-just making pictures ot the family? That's what I thought. Well, why not turn your hand to a few landscapes and see how many successful scenlcs you can produce this week. Have you * . . ii.t« r * luii- Hina.ll new setting see If y°« ( ' 8in>tl m "|? it pay additional dividends In picture-making enjoyment. And say-how have you been spending your lunch hour recently . Many ainaipur photographers who have to work these weok ends duo to tho rush of defense work, keep in trim by doing their snapshoot- ng during the noon hour It's great lun. they report. The subjects they mid range from pattern pictures ol automobiles in parking lots to candid snapshots ot men and women on the street, or at work In shops or stores, ... There's nothing which will Call V 1 uuuvo !.»«••* ..----- TnCl'O 3 Iiuinn's „...~.. been making nothing but small ur plc t ura sense more . ._„ „., if ,„„! want a new simil"-" i '..,,.!.,„ „«,,,, II'H a een prints? Then, If you want a new thrill from photography, make some enlargem.nts-a t«w really big ones, or have your photolinishur do the lob if you lack an eularger. Variety in photography, you see, doesn't have any^ius to do with the bi/.arre or tan-ideally unusual. It comes down to a mutter of working for a IHllo while at least, on some type of picture making that is new and interesting to you-or a lype which you haven't tried for iome time. sharpen youi v ^-*-~ than trying something new. It a a constant stimulus because you can t ]ust rely on the old familiar angles and methods. You can read about picture making until your eye, won't focus, but if you really want lo have fun wllh your came, a, you've got to try things Cor your. self Have you ever explored the pos sibillties of documentary photugra ni'y? Have you ever tried to make a picture which might hang lu a National Salon? Have you done any us o . , ture making during our leisure time, but if you want a pleasant change, try taking your camera to change, r W0 rk. Take it right Into the ofllce, ' iiue time. National oiuu«' *»»•»• j-- Most, of us. of course, do our pic- L fl trla , Bciel uiuc, or natural his- .1.1 ,1....ttlCS 0111' lt>lHUre _ I.I..,. t.unnttllv? I inusra. a, lory picture making recently If you haven't, why not try picture making along one of those lluw today? introduce variety in youi photography, and you'll discover that there's lun ahead. W0 . or factory, or on the job. Don't let or , it interfere with your work-of course that would be putting pleas- UUU lac: vu«v i, « — . -T . uve before business—but Hi tUe UNCLE SAM NEEDS IT Your cooperation will help to provide containers for packing munitions and food Bluffs. The Boy Scouts of America lius been united by the Oflico Emergency Management to collect wastepaper. Please save your old newspapers, books, ma^in'mes, cardboard boxes, cartons, etc. A Hcout will call regularly at your convenience. Pgpar will bo collected rogularly by Troop ( ). Ship ( ). Pack ( ) No Addreu '" ' PLEDGE OF COOPERATION In Ihe Interest of national defense and conservation I will tave our houiehald wastepoper and give II to Troop ( 1. r.hir> ( ). Putk ( } No ,, of the Boy Scouts of America, A.M. A.M. C' Best day to collect U regularly will be from P.M. to..., .P.M. DONOR'S NAME , Apt. No. or Floor ADDRESS Waslepaper has become cm Important national defense item and the Boy ,-. Scouts are going to try and collect It for the government. Notices like the one ' above will be distributed and householders will be asked to co-operate. .1 • ..'

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