Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 1, 1942 · Page 1
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 1, 1942
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lassified 'fTHE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" j • • You can talk to only one man Want Ads talk to Thousands 14 SILL, RENT, BUY OR SWA* Want Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone On« flmt—3c word, minimum JOe r~: Sh Hm.»— Se word, minimum 75e Thro.rlmM—3 Reword, minimum lOc On« month—lie word, minimum $2.70 Rates are for continuous Insertion! only For Sale [.'SAVE BY BUYING USED FURN1- ^'' fiwe from us! Chairs, Tables, Stoves, Ij'^Beds, and many other items all in "good condition with reasonable j. prices. Also highest prices paid for f/ used furniture. FRANKLIN FUR- ••»f NTTURE CO., South Elm Street ^ 9-lmc. ,"MULES, CORN, 75c PER BUSHEL f / at crib. Plow tools, all kinds. Plow * gear. See A. N. Stroud, Washington, 13-lmp CHEVROLET, GOOD CONDITION. See jt at 709 W. 7th, after 6 p. m. 24-6tp CAR. ALL TIRES GOOD AND new tubes. See Mrs. Theo P. Witt, Phone 114-W. 29-3tp For Safe Miscl. ^PADGITTS PEDIGREED PUPPIES ;'/, for Presents. Will hold for Christ- >mas delivery if desired.. Cockers, , Bostons, Chows and Pointers. Padgitts Kennels. 20-lmp Furniture For Sale if 'IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS [p Amoved next door to Saenger Theater | »for better prices on furniture sec {!*-*&. 21-30tc Trailers For Sale FOR SALE—NEW ROYAL, HOT floors, permanent bed, air conditioned. Also new American Stage Coaches. Roy Craft used trailers. Buy on two years, as low as 10% 'down. Call or see, Thelma Stephens • Darwins Camp, Highway 4, North. 24-'til Jan 6p NOW ON DISPLAY — FULL LINE Levers' Bros. Trailer Coaches. Call ' while we have several models to ' select from. Luck's Tourist Court. 21-tfc For Rent FRONT BEDROOM WITH PRIVATE bath. Men preferred. Mrs. Ruffin White. Phone 416 or 114-W. 27-3tc J, TWO, 4 ROOM HOUSES, $10.00 EACH {<-) t per month, on Clyde Hill Farm, 3% miles from Hope. See or write W. ;,% H. Burke, R. 3. Hope, .Ark." 29-3tp FIVE ROOM HOUSE. HEATER ' furnished, in Blevins, Ark., near 'Proving Ground. $15.00 per month, f advance. Write Nolens Gro., Route t 2, Box 442-C, Texarkana, Texas. •* 29-5tp Lost LIVER SPOT POINTER, 1% YEARS old. Jip. Between Hope and Emmet. $10 Reward. Clifford Russell, Route 2, Hope. 27-6tp BEFORE XMAS IN GLOVE DE- partment of one of the stores in Hope, a ladies white gold dinner ring set with 3 small diamonds, sentimental value, reward. Phone 364. 27-3tp BLACK MARE WITH WHITE SPOT in forehead. Weight 1000 Ibs. Wearing black leather halter with 10 ft. rope. Charlie Grew, Phone 889-J. 29-3tc Notice WE VULCANIZE TIRES AND TUBES Ted's Esso Service Station. 3rd and Hazel. Phone 324. 30-Btp IF THE OWNER OF PURSE FOUND in Hope Tuesday with Bank book of Mr. and Mrs. C. G.Liggett and other items will see Mrs. Lee Quillin at Patmos, Arkansas, and identify purse and contents and pay for this ad they may have it. 31-3tp Salesman Wonted Hope Star c Published ev«ry week?Say af«f noon by Star Publishing Co. Inc. (C. E. Palmer and Alex H. Woshbum) ot the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. C. E. PALMER, President ALfX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publllhcr Entered as second class matter at the Postoffice ot Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Brterprlse Ass'n Subscription Rate CAIways Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; Hempsfcod, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3;50 per year; else, where $6.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also'the local news published herein. National Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dallies. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn.. S'erick Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avnue- New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue- Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Blag. Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charge will be mode for all tributes, cards of thanks resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space- fakfrib memorials. The Stor disclaims responsibility for th» safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. AVAILABLE AT ONCE NEARBY Rawleigh Route. Good opportunity for man over 25 with car. Trade well established. Route experience helpful but not necessary to start. I Write at once. Rawleigh's, Dept AKA-118-192, Memphis, Tenn. Services Offered UNDERGRADUATE NURSE DE; ' sires worif. Specializes in O B cases and care of elderly people, Refi" erences. . Mrs. Delia Galbreath, ,' Phone 34-W-3. . 24-6tp Wanted to Buy • LARGE CL.EAN COTTON RAGS. DO i not bring work clothes or overalls. f Kppe Star. 13-tfc 15 HORSEPOWER, 220 VOLT MOTOR. Have two, % horsepower 32 volt - Delco Plant motors to sell. M, S. , Bates 29-3tp Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE — WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring, motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. * J12 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c f 'Growing Americans [ People in the United States are get- f ting taller, and the standard bed .'length eventually will have to be in- r creased, according to scientists. Mind Your Manners Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. If an acquaintance tells you he is quitting his job should you ask why? 2. If you hear from someone else that a friend of yours is going to be divorced should you ask the friend if it is true, or wait for him to confide in you? 3. When you know a woman either is divorced or is a widow and you wonder which is true, is it all right to ask her? 4. Is it a good idea to tell " newly made friends a great deal about your personal life? 5. If you tell a friend some information and ask him not to tell, and later you find out others know the information, should you automatically blame the friend? What would you do if— You find yourself with a crowd whose conversation turns to gossip to which you do not care to listen — (a) Get up and walk away? (b) Try to change the subject? Answers 1. No. It isn't good manners to ask personal questions. 2. Wait for him to confide in you. 3. No. This is another personal question. 4. No. 5. No. He may be entirely blameless. Better "What Would You Do" solution—(b). It's Nature GENEVA, N. Y. -(/P)- No need for alarm if your evergreens are turning brown, according to Dr. F. L Gambrell of the state experiment station. He points out that it is simply nature's way of pruning the trees Particularly affected are arborvitae and pine. Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Louis kayoed Red Burman in the fifth round Jan. 31, floored Abe Simon for a TKO in the 13th, March 21; won over Toni Musto in the ninth, April 8; knocked out . Billy Conn in the 13th, June 18, and downed Lou Nova for a technical k. o. in the sixth, Sept. 29. 2. Whirlaway won Kentucky Derby and Preakness; Porter's Cap won Santa Anita Derby. Whirlaway's winnings total more than $349,000. 3. Vic Ghezzi won P. G. A. tournament, Mauri Rose was co- winner of Indianapolis Speedway race, Frank Kovacs won National tennis singles. 4. Lou Gehrig, who held record of 2130 consecutive games played, died June 2. Joe Di Maggio hit in 56 consecutive games. 5. Stanford beat Nebraska in the 1941 Rose Bowl game at Pasadena. Oregon State invited Duke to play there Jan. 1, 1942. Sun Bowl is at El Paso, Tex. Bread Hid Valuables Loaves of bread packed with pro cious stones were found floating in the English Channel by English and French fishermen after the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588. The Spaniards put their valuable jewels in little cork balls inserted into loaves of bread, and tossed them into the waters, hoping they would be picked up by other Spaniards and thus saved from the enemy. WANT A PIANO? This Modal $365 cash or terms: $36.50 Down $19.38 Monthly. Drop us a card for Catalogs and full information. Quality makes by STEINWAY, HADDORFP, CABLE, WURLITZER. Used Pianos, $75 up. Terms 200 E. Broad Texarkana, Ark. A WANTAD FIND IT/ OUR BOARDING HOUSE 'ZZf HEUUO/ WHO? ™™ KOW'OVOU SET wiHi. .. Major Hoople MIND CALUN1G Ml- CEMENT HEAD I'M NOT THE MA30R/ «+» HOW ' ^7 WA$ i TO KNOW WBBTHERNOU ^( CAME BV Tfc/XlN OR %\ POUCW f ~"~ IS YOUR ^"" /^l IT f f \C' f "XV*^t k-lT 5* fc. l/^ *r* SOT A CAR ^ >^«r .. :T* IF ON I'M HE WORE BURNT- CORK MAJOR'S BROTHER MORE THAN ORCHESTRA^ AND HIS AS A PULLMAN. PORTER ' AKE'S IN TOWN HO^I STAR, HOfi, ARKANSAS WASH TUBSS Thursday, Jotiuory 1 f 1942 Playing Dumb, Maybe By Roy Crane _.. y vsuBBTiAB^uf TOTAXB A5SI6N- / OFF ON A ONE-STOP HOP THESE DAYS,/ TO BATHURST, AFRICA, WITH IM JIKAMIE ^AAD^«&AM.HAI>A fctWTAL WHAt tx> A HE'S S'POSED ra „_ r3U MAKE A A\ TAMK EXPERT OW HIS F MAW6A.N, / WAY TO S&YPT. BUT 1 . _ THIRt? / DUWO..,HEt>OESM'T fASSE(06ER?JL ACT VERY SMART' PA^SBW6SR4, OWE MENT... SORRV NEVER LET6 60 OF LATE. HAPPV NEW PORTFOLIO.. • PROBABLV • YCARJ USED TO 150 CARRIES DIPLOMATIC fftPERS. A BIT OF FLVIM6 THE SECOND WEARS A WEST POIWTRIW6.... PROBABLY A <SEMEPAL THIRD POPEYE Wimpy — a Man of His Word! GOOD MAM, PERMIT ME TO DUKJK 40U IN THE- BRIKW DEEP | lUISH TO >> JOIM ADMIRAL. I POPEVE'S YES- /•"H-M-THAT6 _Cupr. IV4I. V-mK VVjIiirri Syrelifatg. |, IC ^ W<vlJ nt»hii t rttr\ftl Thimble Theate: r OH, NJOUJ- COME, COME. COME, , COME DONALD DUCK CNO, INDEED n ~lrf7^ ^ ^.'l,^r^^ A Pause For a Clause By Walt Disney NOW WHAT WERE YOU ABOUT TO SAY BLONDIE Little Man Who Wasn't There! By Chic Young BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Yes, Indeed! By Edgar Martin Vl'AO ^S\<JE.'O JOPft. 1942 BY NEA SERVICE,' RED RYDER Just a Trifling Amount By Fred Harmon 1 HAD PLANMET) TO BUY . . HOR6E RsvNCH,T>UCHE.55,0UT . YOUR E RANCH ASJD (AY StRlWG OF triOROUC5riBR£D HORSES -- P'ROPO'SE"WE 1 f INTERESTING,' ^Ar:prqc• m IP? l\ frMrMv\ci . MIIC.O/ tRANSPORTlr^G OUR J \ COLOMEL. JULEP ASSETS, fAY / / KEM7LJCKT DE.AH-- YE.S SDH/ ' x ^ MM-M.' KENTUCKY OF PAINTED VALL&.Y BROAD ACR&.S B. 19-1; OV NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. PEC. U. S. PAT. OFF Do Not Disturb r^ ByV.T. Hamlin HERE COMES SOMEBODy/I.. .V^KI., X «^JH, IP HE FINDS THIS y^ MOW WHAT?\ MUG, I'LL BE SUMK. ^m ;* jACCORPINel. —> I &OTTA THINK "7 >» WORTHY TASK,' I'LL. HOLD OPEN THE POORj THE SETTER TO SPEED THE MISCREANT TO HIS WELL DESERVE \ PESTINATIOM \ t FAR CEUt ANO &o OUT QUIETLY ••• 1 GOTTA GET SOME SLEEP FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Lift — Almost By Merrill Blosser WHAT to LIKE TO KNOW is My A Nice TWELVE FORTY- WHY DO THEY ALWAYS E.UILD TOWNS so FAR. APART ? FEET WAY TO HURT . START THE THH ROOSTERS . ALREADY / I MEW -^X

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