Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 30, 1941 · Page 2
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r^SlrV* '^ *-''A /- M *'''"* "" ' V ; -.'"' '' ;v ' ' " V Aft*AM»Af f WASH f«IWS On Hit Own Frsm New On I wu nu tHt You con talk to «nly Yftttt ««*». m^atHmm »> <** BtmNo EKED Omiw, TUW«* , and many o4h^ Item* «& tool*, off ktocft* See A. N. Stwuk AIJC. TUOSCKKJO« Ser M»«. thse- P Wttt, Answer to Cronium Crt»<fc*r« for Sole Miscf. OOHAtO DUCK PEUHGREED war if a«»iml. Cwfwrt, C3wws and Furniture For Sole HAS Mart door to Saengcr Tb««te* price* on fumitur* «•»» Troif«rs For Sole ROYAL. permanent bed, air Afaa wrw American Sto«« Roy Craft used on two years, aa low 'denen. OaH of see. Thebna Stephs-a* Ctop, Highway 4 North. Sept. f, ami t«*iJsiUv, w»fl* i Otet. », •*«»•» t* *. •tONDtf UN« Calf we hafe several models* from. Luck's Tourist Court WAHTEO C*$T ItOH .1 Sc^wra-t t?. St-*r*»n<««t undSurr afew fUu wf in For Rent BEDROOM WTTH PRTVAtE bath. Men preferred'. Mrs. Etuftin phone •Ofr OF M4-W* ARKANSAS MACHlMf ca McCaskill J«yjlrw!i! **i±;..jf*» £:,.**•* WANT A CHRISTMAS PIANO? 0OOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Merlin -,».,. r t-Y-f* | Drop us at estrrf fi« Ca««tf.)i«ji full tnlnt?n»»(irn by CABLE, WURl.lTZKH, W 200 K. Btontl Texurkana, Ark RED RYDER He Hopes By Fred Harmon ALLEY OOP So Far, So . IK)/ NOW IF TH GUMTH OH,OH.' NOW HOWM 1 GOMKJA GET BY THOSE WHEW/ THAT WAS see ANYTHIMG OUTTHCRE? SUMPIN GUARDS WlTH- CASTL-E? A Heart of Granite By Merrill Bio f€?, 4 HOOM HOUSES, SW.Oft EACH month, on Clyde H>B Farm. iles from Hope. See-,, or write W. , Burfte, rt 3, Sop*, Ark. 29-3rp ROOM HOUSE, HEATER in Blevma, Arfe., nearr : s G*oun«l 5!500 per month, Write Nolens Gro, Route 442-C, Texarfcana, Texas. 29-5tp« vV, '. % Notice • Vil£CANKB TIRES AND TUBES ,E*w Service Station. 3rd and Pfeone 32*. 3ft-Stp Serviees Offered 5UATE NtTHSE DE- Specializes in O B canes care of elderly people. Ref- gerences. Mrs. Delia Galbreath, 34-W-3. 24-6tp B^.' Wonted fo Buy CLEAN COTTON RAGS. DO bring work clothes or overalls. tar. 13-tfe IQRSEPOWER, 220 VOLT MOTOR, two, % horsepower 32 volt v;Delco* Plant motors fo sell. M. S. Refrigeration ERATION SERVICE — WE anythine Electrical, Wiring, Kelly Refrigeration Service. Phone 144. 10-lm-c Miss Ev*tyn RhmJ*-! ot school facviltjr spent tht» va".'»{|4«t huh* | day* with h«w pttrroSn, 3Kif arnt J, D. Rb«*J*s. Mrs. AJvw St«H«m of Dwti«h« «)wnit Wednesday ni«ht with h«r pnc- *nto, Mr. unti JkTw, K Miss Jean Shaffiet rfof A. ami M college, Mujfnolui. ^pcnl *h« post With bw parentsi Mr. w\d Mrs, R. Shu^iekt. HaroM Corfiam of Longvirw. spent this week with his mother. OIlie Gorhant. Miss Maxine S*v«IiJ* of Aiwston. Texas and Miss Dorothy S«v*tlge of Fort Smith, spent ChrMtmo.i with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. S»'V- eJge. Mrs. I^e Smith ami son J. D. Darwin of Uttte Hock, Mrs. A. B Cox and little daughter Carylon Ann spent Christmas with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shuffiek! of Fort Knox, Ky., psent the past with his parents. Mr, and Mrs. R. G. Snuff ield. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hamilton. Van Hamilton, Misses Velma and Virginia Hamilton and Mrs. Dora Wortham were visiting in Blevins and Prescolt Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reese and children of El Dorado spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Stephens and Miss Fern Stephens of Blevins were OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . .. Mojor Hooplc TO PP5y VOUTH 1 YOU LOAK lv\H PEAST V0 l OH THE MARVESTOL' A^SEMBUBD UP E FPRTUWe 60 NNIF MSjMlSTAH M ACTOR, X OOf^T X COUt-P TOSS CAESAR, 1<S THAT MONiEY OR A BUNDLE:' OF LAUNDRV f^^A DOLLAR- SiKTY? FORGET IT/-*~6UT you MUST co^y\E. AL-ONG AW VALET TO N^NN DEAR'S AT THE OWLS CLUB/ * WE CAN TALK OVER. ONE r, M. BEG. U. 8 PAT. Off. / FRECKLES AND HIS 1-KltNDS I DONT KWOW WHOfe POSINQ AS WHO AROUND HEPE-, sur IF THAT CHECK ISN'T PAID, I KWOW WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO SOMEBODY '/ BUT THAT CHECK IS TeN BUCKS OVER OUR HFADS, MISTER / THEN YOU'LL. HAVE TO LEAVE SOMETHW3 AS SECURITY UNT/L. VOU CAN COME BACK WITH THE ! HAVe Ves, BUT IP* VDU TAKE THAT; WE'LL HAVE NO WAV or? GETTING HOWE—AND ITS |Z MILES TO AND HOW ABOUT" THE GIRLS? HOWCANTHEy WALK Iz MILES ) AFTER WITH HIGH HEELS? _^COUPtE _.,.„„„, THE HEELS iVVONt BE so HlfH/ "wnr .„ y it&. E^A^&iiSL^/k^^v^.: i^..-^t^.i •. ... >._. -,. ,

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