Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 21, 1942 · Page 2
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-»,„ ,*v,'-' r lossified You eon talk to only om . man Wdnt Ads folk to Thot.wnds jjf SELL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP Ml Want Ads cosh in advance. Not taken over the Phone SIM tlSM—Je wort. Minimum J(X "«* Mi««»-ae wort, minimum 7Je MOM StAft, MOM. AfcKAMSA* WASH TUBBS w—Jfte word, minimum SOc One month—tic word, minimum $2.70 Rates ar« tor continuous lnsef»ion« j, , 'THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL' For Safe ;SAVE BY BUYING USED FURN1- tare from us! Chairs, Tables, Stoves, Beds, and many other items all in ' good condition with reasonable prices. Also highest prices paid for " used furniture. FRANKLIN FUR- NTTDRE CO., South EUn Street > f i 9-lme. MJJLES, PLOW TOOLS OF ALL ^ kinds. Plow gear. See A. N. Stroud, i Washington, Arkansas. 10-lmp FOR SALE COMPLETE RESTURANT equipment. Apply 556 Service Stn- 17-6tp. SEE A N STROUD ABOUT 2,500 ' bushels of corn at 90c there. Will start on January 26 selling all that week If you want corn, come to Ozan. 19-6tp. 80 ACRE FARM, 50 IN CULTIVATION, other in timber. 5-room house and barns 16 mfles east of Arkadelphia Will sell stock and tools. See or write Joe Urrey, Maning .Ark., Route 1 19 r 6 EOOM BRICK RESIDENCE TWO blocks from Business Section. An- tily 523 South Elm Street. 20-3tp ONE CAR AND HOUSE TRAILER. Will sell together or separately Priced reasonably. Last block on W. 4th. This week only. 21-3tp Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE - WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service' 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c Strayed 7 HEAD 2-YEAR OLD HEIFERS marked with smooth crop off right under sloped at left. Strayed from farm on Columbus - Washington road. See A. N. Stroud. Washington, for reward. 19 . 6lp Wanted .^. L |L —— Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 192/, Consol dotad Jonuory.18, 1929. Published «v«ry week-day after noon b .. St°r Publishing Co. Inc. . £. Palmer and Alex H. Washbum) a» the Star building, 212-214 SouthWahi street, Hope, Ark. AIM. ,„„„.„. eloss matter at tho wr«. (A E'~ MeQns Associated Press NEA)—Means Newspaper Srterprlse Ass'n AH^O p Dn ? ote Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c iempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller Member of The Atioelated Pr«i- The A »°' <**? P'CES h exclusively entitled to for ffPublication of oil news dn- "°?u'- ed to '' or no! otherwise n.*« , M- i5lf E apef and also th news published herein. Advertising Representa 3s. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn. - j; Chicogo, 400 North Avnue- New York City 507 _ Avenue; Detroit, Mich 3842 W Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma'City, ft4 Terminal art*?nr ^), T t*u fc *' Efe - : Chorqe will be «oi r tributes, cards of thanks £™"«iT*b?mm™r S c r !ai rialS ' concerning the •" K"'!cy 'n the news columns to nro- L-~L readers from a deluge of space- nn'<7£irT en ? 0ri °.£ Tho Sfar disclaims r«- onsibihty for thu safe-keeping or return t any unsolicited manuscripts GIRL FOR AFTERNOON WORK Must be honest and clean. Apply! Mrs. Ted Jones. 1102 South Main. I Phone 766-J. lg . 3tp j SHARE-CROPPER GOOD FORCE I 7 miles Rosston Road. D. M. Collier . F. D. No. 2 2i. 3tp ; s SIMMONS BEDS COMPLETE, LIV|^ mg room suite. Norge refrigerator chests of drawers, commerical re- frigator >i horsepower motor 706 West 4th. 21-3tch. 26 FORD, RADIO, HEATER .GOOD condition. Telephone 7-M 21 3-tp. Furniture For Sale MEN AND WOMEN, 18-45 VITALLY needed by aircraft factories." You must be trained and in good physical ??,,'•?,"• See our representative, Mr. Mills at Barlow Hotel, Thursday ° ! : o ^ id ay ^r full information. AIRCRAFT TRAINING SCHOOLS ' Business Opportunities IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater tor better prices on fu^iture see ,"•'•.•'.'. 21-30te For Sc!e Miscl. KEGISTERED POINTER PUPPIES best bloodlines. Cockers, Bostons' Boarding. Stud Service. Padgitt's Kennels. 2 Miles So. 6-lmo-p For Rent , FURNISHED TWO ROOM APART- ment. Mrs. Ruby Wilson, Washington, Arkansas. 19-3tc 'ONE BEDROOM FOR TWO MEN IN quite neighborhood. Convient to bath. 1101 W. 7th st. or phone 71 3 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT R? 3 - *f "?? hou ^eeping on " JW* ogtode city limitsJVIrs. schooley. Phone 38-F-l-l. 19-3tc. I LARGE 16x14 HOUSE TENT. REAS' 6 * •TWO BEDROOMS FOR MEN ONLY Convient to bath. Phone 423-J - ' 20-3tp. ROOM FURNISHED APART" 1 * Private bath. Adults only «"* of Hope on Highway S: On Jeft b y over pass. C. G. Cooper. 21-4tp. Male Help Wanted ers. Eureka Mfg. Co. East S?. ACCOUNT OF OTHER BUSINESS : will sacrifice Miniature Golf Course , m Hope. See Floyd Porter/ield W ' Front St. Phone 101. i 5 .g tp ' Mind Your Manners Test your knowledge o/ correct socjaJ usage by answering the fallowing questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. If you lose a bet and the person who wins seems reluctant to take your money, should you insist on paying? 2. Should a bridge player pick up his cards before the dealer has finished dealing?? 3. When playing a card game should a player try to play as fast as those who are playing with him? 4. Is it good manners to show your disappointedment in your bridge hand when you pick it up? 5. If you do not feel you can afford to play cards for money is it all right to say so? What would you do if— You sit down to play cards with people you believe are used to playing for more than you can afford to, and they give you a chance to name the stakes— (a) S'ay what you're used to playing for? (b) Say, "Anything you say is all right with me"? Answers 1 Yes. 2. No. 3. Yes It is annoying to fast players to play with a person who takes all the time in the world 4. No. You shouldn't indicate what kind of hand you hold as it might make a difference in your partner's bidding. 5. Certianly. Better "What Would You Do"solution—(a). Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Pngc One. 1. A group of U. S. Nnvy flyers made tho first trans-Atlantic hop in the NC-I, n flying boat, from Newfoundland to Portugal, via the Azores, May 16-17, 1919. 2. John Alcock and A. W. Brown made the first non-stop trans-At- lantic flight, from Newfoundland to Ireland, in 16 hours, 12 minutes June, 14 919. 3. Trans-Atlantic crossing in 8 hours, 20 minutes, wiis recently reported as a record for a Liberator bomber being ferried to England. 4. No. Besides being the first solo non-stop trans-Atlantic flyer, Lindberg was the first to fly from a point in the U. S. (New York) to a point in Europe (Paris) without stopping. This was May 2021, 1927, a 33Vj-hour flight. 5. Corrigan flew a nino-year- "fliver" plane from New York to Dublin in a surprise, "wrong- way hop July 17-18. 1938, to become one of the few solo Atlantic flyers up to that time. STORIES IN STAMPS RENT WANT-ADS I 'British and Germans Keep Eyes on Dakar AS the war action in Africa Increases, it becomes apparent that Dakar, gateway to Senegal on the west French African coast, will become a focal point for the British and German armies. Certain to figure in fighting will be the Faidherbe bridge, pictured on the stamp above, issued late in 1939. The bridge was named for General Louis Faidherbe. Dakar is vital to Germany as a point of embarkation for possible action against South America or shipping in the South Atlantic. Moreover, the Germans are building a railroad from Libya across the Sahara to Dakar. This rail- i way is the only route the Axis can move troops from North Africa, with ocean lanes blocked. The British are concerned with Dakar because if it is turned over to the Axis by the French, English dominions would be threatened by attack. There have been unconfirmed reports that Die British are moving bombers and ground personnel into the Sierra Leone port of Freetown, south of Dakar. with . . . Major Hoople PER A PIECE o 1 _EN /-**«- OKAV/ LA>/ * 25 ON TH'LINE, AN 1 NO V/ Z QUESTIONS ASKED/ «~ I'LL Uf APPOINT VOU TRMNER, GOTTA GET AROUND „._. ,' AIN «> MAKE SOME R££A TO GET FIGHTS ' THAT TAKES CABBAGE/ JAKE/VOU ^IWELJPTO _ _ MANE A HEART Ip THE MATTRESS \ COMPARABLE. W OUT FROM UNDER TO A LBMOM <#\ NOU C OUT THE TWE ROOM NEEDS =• , January 31, te |<are of a Sneak Punch, Easy " ~ --------- — — By Roy Crone 7~00LT.' CLUrV v VsOUT OF MV i ^" \ ~ J-..A I j^ v <?H,VES. VERY SIMPLE. PRETTy " " PANCIW6 6IRL WHO SNdLE Fc5f5 YOU THE AMECAM FROM HAVE MAKE HIM MORE ALERT THAN HONOR-eD fiUESTf MEET J pESPEfJAODES HAVE WAPJV AW1IR6PS. SHEIK ABED EU HOOSAC BECAME 1 AM PUEASE ID REPORr HE WOW IU JAIL. MV HOTEL VEBV FINE... VERY SAFE..:THERE WILL BE ,\JROUBLE6 WO MORE,I ASSURE ! Strongman With a Weakness! Thimble Theater VBS, IKJDEED, OUK. SSWB5- V ' DOMT MACHINE UJILL BUILD US THE -STeOUkE EAT5TH THE TUBE WHAT I5^'T?1 A EAT MOUTH AM'PULL THE ./ i^, uJORTH DONALD DUCK Ship, Ahoy! By Walt Disney PIPE DOWN! DON'T Y' KNOW, SINS BEFORE BEEAKFA.ST, CCY BEFORE PINNER' BLONDIE Dial Information, Lady! 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