Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 24, 1936 · Page 4
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Air Explorer tfc fr -i? *K • 1 J"afrtous twt- loonlst, Capt. 1) Black haw. 1252 <v9eks. 13 Native metal. 16 Peak. 1$ Spur. . if Large. IS Sun god. 19 Refuges. Answer to Previous 1'imU- HI bag 22 He established an -—- record. aa Roman day. 24 His balloon pilot. 25 Hot drink. 2? To twist. 28 Pofcms. 29TJitck slice. 31 Tort. 32 Needy. 33 Lava, 34 Pair. 35 Male deer. 36 Energy. 37 Intertwined AJNDRttwi-JClARNEGl into fabric. (pi.) 38 Fairy. VKHTH'AI. 39 Exultant. 1 Herb. 41 Shaped like an 2 Unsymmetrical 3 To exist. 4 Indian peasants. 5 Afternoon meals. arrowhead. 46 Uncommon. 47 Mongrefs. 4S Instrument. 49 The name of his balloon, II. 50 He Is an American Armv Sorrowful. Transpose, Speech. Unit of work. Northeast. UHls flight was i Into the . 14 To caution. 16 Color. 17 Proffered. 15 Stream. 20 Unequal things. 21 Intended slight 32 Like. 24 Axillary 26 Smell. 27 Coin slit. 29 Ulcer. 30 Statebotise. 32 To lay a street. 33 Pertaining to air. .15 Large Inn. 36 Wooden pins. 37 Opposite of woof. 38 Young palnion. 40 Slaok. 41 To woo. 42 Three. 43 Era. 44 Sailor. 45 Being. 47 Credit. rlCenterville Mr. a^d |Mtrs. Ivy Mitchell and; chili dren visiteii itheir parents. Mr.~"ancl Mrs. Warren Pickarcl of Rocky Mound. Mrs. ft. N. Wells called on Mrs. Earl NOTICE AUC'ftON SALE—January 25, at GurdorijJ Ark. Big sale of 'hvules; horses, r c'ows hogs, and hay. Sale starts. at 1 o'clock sharp. H. L. Coon, Mgr Tom C||Tety Auctioneer. - ' 22-3tp FOR SALE We buy an3"seirpiro'clucc' at"Holly's Curb Market. FOR ST^U!—i^ood, well-cured Johnson's grass hay. Cheap. See E. S. Greening. 14-10t-c. • • - SOE'S HATCHERY Baby:chicks for sale. Custom hatching a Specialty. Call or write Mrs. Fred L; Gordon, Prescott, Ark. ll-I2tc FOR^S'AtE—Bois tl'Arc posts at eight cents per; post. F. O. B, at .the farm. Hay'at 25 cents per--bale, and good corn. See A. N. Stroud 21-6tc FOR SALE—Good values in men's reblockefl hats. When you buy a hat use your head. Stack's Hot Shop. ...•; \ ' 21-5tp FOR SALE—Young cow7~$25/ Call at 517 West Fourth Street. 23-3t-c FOR : SALE—Ten mules and mare. Just arrived. Tom Carrel. 22-3tp FOR SALE—1002^ South FultorTiT— two story house with >4 block of ground, J750.00 cash. 2 lots with house op 13th St.—5500.00. 1 house anci lot on 3rd St.—$650. 1 house newly repaired on Oak St.—§1000.00. 1 house 609 S. Main (brick) just repaired— $2500.00. 1 .stucco house, 5 lots, negro community—$600.00. These prices arc for cash only. Floyd Porterfield. 23-6tc. LOST ~~~ LOST—Liver and whit*: spotted dog wearing a green collar and answers to the name of "Rex." Reward Phone 9_ 22-3tc LOST — Ladies purse-, containing $15.00. Reward to finder. Mrs. J. W. Davis, Emmet, Rt. i. 2-l-.';tp WANTED i T.T was a strange three-masted ; A schooner, with a smoking funnel in the center, and paddle wheels at the sides, that plowed her .way without sails from Quebec to ithe Isle of Wight. That was in August, 1833, and the ship was the Canadlan.bui.lt. '(Royal William," first to cross the Atlantic from west to east entirely by steam. The 2500-mile voyage took 17 days. But that wasn't the only distinction that this vessel gained in history. Hardly had she finished her yo'yage, when Spain bought her, renamed' her the "Ysabel Secunda" and sent her to help stifle a rebellion.. In that capacity, the former Royal William was the first steamship to fire a gun in action. Shortly after, the ship was wrecKed on the rocks off the harbor of Santander, Spain. On the centenary of her pa.s.=a;je across the Atlantic, Canada issued a stamp commemorating this event and Illustrating the vessel. (Oopyriffht, 19»C. NBA Service, Iiic.1 WANTED—Man over '.',<> to service local vending machine route. Spare time work about 10 hours weekly. Not selling. No experience required, for interview write "Artix- Co" Upper Darby, JRa. Resident Manager. Permanent connection, income $6500 yearly, §1500 cash required, secured, returnable. Address Box 98 Hope Star. £i"_3u. Garden plants at Holly's Cub Market WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO SUV-Ten Thoils~,n7i pounds of-pecans. Southern Ice Co., Inc. 22-3i</ Edwin Monday afternoon. Tlie cake walk and sock supper giver, here Friday night was well attencl- I cd. the proceeds will be used for the benefit of the school. t Mrs. Haney and Mrs. John Altoni < railed on Mrs. Millican one evening j last week. Mrs. Guy Linaker called on Mrs. R. N. Well* last Thursday afternoon. Mr. ijtid Mrs. Fred Buie of Prescott spent tin; week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Y. Gle^horn. Mrs. Gordon Mairner called on Mrs. Andy McElroy Friday afternoon. Mrs. Eurti.s Keltic visited' her sister Mrs. R. N. Wells Monday. Providence SERVICES OFFERED We clean, block, .shrink, stretch, band or'bind hats, put in new sweat bands and cut brirns. Stack's Hat Shop. 21-5tp FOR RENT Fresh Fruits at Holly's Curb Market. FOB JJENT—Four rcom furnished apirtmerit with private bath and garage. J. A. Sullivan, Phone 147. 2i-6tc fOR SENT—Room, private garage, private en trance, convenient bath. Close in. Phone 185, 23-3tp Mr. .'ind Mrs. Brown of ffope called n Mr. and Mrc. Clayd Anderson Suri- Evelyn Murphy spent Friday | nifeht with Miss La Vc-rn Purtle. i Mi.-.s Bobbie Bateman called on Miss Kulh Riiy Friday afternoon. I Mi.,f Htlen Hazzartl anci Mrs. B. M. j H.j>:/.;rci spent Tuesday afternoon with j Mrs. Floyce Browning. | Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Ca/npbell and children called on Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Purtle of -Reston spent Sunday afternoon with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Purtle. Rev. Hollis Purtl^ pastor of the Garrett Memorial church of Hope, will preach at this place Sunday afternoon at ? o'clock, ~~~" '""" f>£ StAR, .vcjr.w....... .. ,....!. *y, January 24, 1030 • OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS NOW, WA\T A t A\M'T GONNA BBN6 SHOVED THAT WAV .f-^- = HOOt'LE OL! wiLts WESTT DAVS KE: WASN'T HAN<2sE:t> TOT=», A IN TH/Vt/-^- PATCH-tVt HOOlPLE WENT »N TO^ ST\CK\r^ UP STAGE COA.CHES,'-—EVEN THT _ SA»D HE WAS A GENT/ .YVOULt)N'T "ROB TW X LAt)«E^ WITH H\^ HAT ON ( THAT AND Y^SIMT THEWE ^ BUCKLE- A HOOPLE ON 51t5E^-A TREA . , vS/XKE, ONETHEV /cbN^E. h?Z*f* L HEREfj (51936 IVNEAi '(/'/A THE 'MA3OR GREAT. 1BUILT3- up>/ . M. MO. u. ;. P<T. i»r. y fiti ASTIM 1 A LOTO'CRAZy W WELL, 1 . . . _ . ABOUT THAT f WOTIC£D MOVIE , -SHOWS VOLI f HE AIW'T DOW'T THIWK. YOU GOT WO JIS LOOK/ IS ALL. Wer£ £R *5..^ M 1™ E S A S I EARS TO YOU'VE SEEM THAT §sss?£S&?£3?: BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES (T. 1«3C BY NEA SEftVICE, INC. T. V. REG. U> 9 PAT OFr 'I I . ~_: .. l-T_l_r— , - ' — - ' '___ — _T1 THE LUCkV STIFF/ ALLEY OOP Opal's a Big Help By MARTIN WHAT A VOWL, JUMPIN YEE.' WHAT OM ;, EACTPTCAN IT BE? GONKiA ; 1 • • • * • "* '" -*" , - r •*-- ^T~*• — Just the Usual Inevitable Consequence I CAM'T HELP IT, IF I AM AFRIGHT.' I:-MEUER DID LIKE PROWLIW AROJWD AT ^^SHUPDUP-' NIGHT- "^Mr GIMME WASH TUBES Ten to One on Lulu Belle GREAT WIGGUM' WUMPVDUMV LOOK WHERE J AS'LONG'AS THAT NOISE' r \VEVE COME IS COMIW ' : FROM / By HAMLIN rHE ELECTfOM CAMPAISM SETS' REPHOf. IP ELECTED, LIW<S OOIMT IM EL HOVO. DOWT WAMT OLD OPP/CE. IP I'M ELECTED, L6OTTA fiOOD MlMDTO A CICCUS. CAK1DIPATE, NJOM-COMMlTTAL By CRANE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS PASS. THE BETTWS ODPS OGMP^ PROM EtfEkl MONIEV'Tolrt TOl OW LULU BELLE. * w J, HEAR SOUKiDS COM1WG FROM < ^ -TOE BACKYARD...),;^ ^^^ ^WHAT ,T I'VE BEEW DO/W 1 THIS EVERY Night Work MOT. DON'T THEM GAMBLERS BELLE MEAM ARE JUSTTKVIM A PELLER LOCK/CHANCE. BAD. LAWI 15 BEHIND SIDES PSEDICf A GLORIOUS VICTORY. . we*. THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) PUTTIN' TUE NOSE ^N/YEP, N\EL AND TUE VJIPE WH/ COULDWT LEARM TO RIDE HIM IN THE DAYTIME THE OTHER KIDS SAID I WAS TDO SMALL .AN' I W/AWTED TO FIND OUT IF THEY WERE RIGHT... BUT I DIDWT W/AKIT THEM ID FIND OUT // By BLOSSER Amateurs ^^TJ^^SrS WHoiS V LUMP ° FSUGAR 7^ QH ^ E -]AWD SKIEAk OKI C^LD^T /HIS BACK WHILE ,. , J HE'S EATING IT.... HEPE ' J THATSKOWHE LEARWED TO GET USED TO ME.' ED WHILE I WAS GETTING USED HIM .'.' By COWiAN BAG OM DOWN TOWN A UTTLE UNFINISHED TNIGMT, EU WINDY ? j ARGUNNENT, A>ND 6-WIN' UEO A . JUST ' T'COOL OPF/ WHILE SUE'S TOASTlN v UEI2 UEELS, LET'S GO DOWN TTME AND SEE TUE BOXIN' , THAT OUGHT T'BE- SOhAE BATTLE/ W&Zijjjj YOU SAID IT / YOU'LL SEE I DOUBT IT.' THAT'S I PAID FEP rAY LICENSE? FIGUTIN' TMAN YOU EVER SAW IN YOUR LIFE TWO BUCKS/ ml

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