Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 24, 1942 · Page 2
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f^f ?A<5", "M';*, '' FAGltrVO Classified You con talk to only or* > man Wont Ads talk to ThoL.xinds SELL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP Want "Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone On* tint*—2e word, minimum JOc She HIM**—Je ward, minimum 73c Thwe tlm«»—3Vie word, minimum SOe One month—>!tc ward, minimum $2.70 Rates are for continuous lnser»'on» only THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL' For Sole SAVE BY BUYING USED FURNI- ture from us! Chairs, Tables, Stoves, Beds, and many other items all in StKxl condition with reasonable d rices. Also highest prices paid for .ised 'furniture. FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO., South Elm Street. 9-lmc. MULES, ;PLOW 'TOOLS OF ALL kinds. Plow gear. See A. N. Stroud, Washington, Arkansas. 10-lrap 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. 6 ROOM BRICK RESIDENCE'TWO blocks from Business Section. Apply 523 South Elm "Street. 23-3tp MODERN 5-ROOM HOUSE. 'PRAC- tically new. With 12.acres land. End of East 13th'Street. Call G51. 2<S-3tp ,1937 .De SOTA 4 DOOR SEDAN. ..Overdrive, new battery. Bargain. 802 E. 3rd. -Phone 255-W. 23-6tp "2 MARES AND 2 YOUNG MULES. 5 jersey cows. B. C. Lewis, Phone 31-J-12. 23-3tp. J939 NASH. GOOD TIRES. IN EX- cellerit condition. 320 South Pine. 24-3tp Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE — WE repair anything Eiectriml, Wiring, motors. Keliy Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone M4. 10-lm-c Notice DON'T TAKE A CHANC1! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp PARTY IS KNOWN WHO PICKED up pocket book Friday afternoon. Kindly bring to 919 So. Elm Street. No questions asked or will notify police if not returned. 24-ltp Hope Star Star of H6pe, 1899; Press 192/, Consoll- dated January 18, 1929. Published every week-day after noon by Star Publishing Co. Inc. (C. E. Palmer and Alex H. Washburn) at the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. ..„ • C. E. PALMER, President AUX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter at the Postoffice at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1397. (AP)—Means Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscription Rote ^Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 1 Sc; Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled tc the use for republlcoHon of all news dispatches credited to it or no* otherwise credited in .this paper and also the local news published herein. Notional Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dallle* Inc.; Memphis, Term Sterlck Building; Chicago. 400 North Michigan Avnue; New 'York City, 507 Fifth Avenue' Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Bldg. Charqcs on Tributes, Etc.: Chorae will be made ^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- takitta memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility for thin safe-keeping or return if any unsolicited manuscripts. Viscount Goi-t. British soldier, is a distant cousin of King George. Harrison in Hollywood By PAUL HARRISON, NEA.- Service Correspondent Drubbing Drama in Washing Machine Notice 'HOME COOKED MEALS. ROOM and board. Mrs. G. A. Leonard Black Hotel, Washington, Arkansas. 21-6tc. Furniture For Sole IDEAL :FURNITURE STORE HAS Amoved next door-to Saenger Theater •for :.better .prices on furniture see us. 21-30tc For Sc!e Miscl. •REGISTERED ^POINTER PUPPIES, best bloodlines. Cockers, -Bostons. •Boarding. '.Stud Service. Padgitt's ;Kennels. 2 Miles So. G-lmo-p c For Rent 3 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT cottages for light housekeeping on old 67 just outside city limitsiMrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 38-F-l-l. 19-3tc. 'BEDROOM WITH KITCHEN privilege. Close in. 518 W. Division 'street. 24-3tp "FRONT BEDROOM, PRIVATE EN- rtrance to bath. 619 West 3 st. 24-3tp. Salesman Wonted •WANT PLEASANT OUTDOOR WORK i in a-business of'your own? Good ^profits selling over' 200 widely advertised Rawleigh home/farm necessities. Pays better than most occupations. Hundreds in business 5 to 20 years or more! Products— •- equipment on credit. No experience to start—we teach you how. Write today for full particulars. Rawleigh's Dept AKA-118-145, Memphis, •Term. Strayed "I 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. 19-6tp. HOLLYWOOD—Any dissimilarity^ between the original "Rio Rita" and the version now being filmed is wholly i. intentional on the part of-Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. All the studio seems toj have retained of the musical romance 1 , are the title and three or four songs. : The additions include Abbott and Costello, a flock of Nazi agents, a fiesta in a Texas hotel and a plot involving code messages sung on thei radio. Also a monster washing mach- i ine in which Lou Costello has been i taking an awful beating the past week. After discovering these things I began composing a couple of mean cracks about the ruthless manner \ in which Hollywood mutilates good shows. "Rio Rita," as adapted to the; screen by RKO in 1929, was a swell) picture in rny recollection—but hazy i as to detail. So I looked up the story and am shocked and chastened by the discovery that it was terrible. At least, according to today's standards, it was pure corn. Much of the action took place on a big boat supposed to be plying the Rio Grande. Such a miracle of navigation would make Costello's current adventures in a wahsing machine seem commonplace. House Dick Cleaned Actually, the sequence is great fun to watch after one gets used to the anguish of the fat comedian. The set looks like something designed by| Joe Cook with the aid of Major Hoop- j le. Abbott and Costello, a couple of j hotel detectives, are being shased by the spies. Costello hides in a large; sack of laundry and a moment later) a workman gies it the old heave-hoi down a steep chute into a glass-sided! washing machine which is about eight feet square and 10 feet high. Abbott sees him there and, jumping up and down with excitment, steps on various control buttons set in a floor plate. Water flows into the tank and a massive, rubber-bladed agitator rises on a vertical shaft and begins to churn it. The comic is whirled and battered around mercilessly, manages to escape and climb part way up the chute then slips and goes back into the machine, this time straddling the agitator. It carries him to the top of the tank where he's alternately doused by a stream of soap and a powerful spray of water. This sort of thing goes on and on. I do know that this is the first time I ever saw a star showing a double how to do his stunts. Some of the faster action is dangerous enough to break a rib or arm, or at least bruise a man's face, so Costello is required by the studio to have a stunt double for those shots. He brought out his brother Pat, who's older but looks amazingly like Lou. Trouble is that Pat hasn't much knack for physical feats, while Lou— who once was a professional stunt man at Metro—is good at them. Horse Worse ' I asked if this is the toughest job the team ever had and they said no, not half as hard as "Ride 'Em Cowboy." "I like to got killed every day in that one," said Costello. "I'd never been on a horse before. "The worst ever, though, was when I was stunt man out here years ago and doubling for nn actor in a football sequence. When I went down, all 21 of the other players, great big guys, were to jump on me at once:. I had a depression just my size made in the ground and I was gonta fall into that. Only I missed it. And before I could yell, those bums were on me. I was squashed as flat as a paper doll; really busted up." Answer to Cranium Crackers Boy Kings Being King isn't a job to be relished at any age these days, but there are; several youths 21 or under who rule nations involved in World War II. For each of the following boy kings, ' give the country ho rule?, his approximate age and tell whether or not he has been ousted by the axis. 1. King Ananda Mahidol. 2. King Peter II. 3. King Faruk. 4. King Michael. 5. King Faisal II. Answers on Comic Page The Amazon river is navigable for ocean steamers for 2,300 miles. WANTED CAST IRON SCRAP 75 Cents per Hundred Pounds Paid ARKANSAS MACHINE SPECIALTY CO. Hope, Arkansas 1£H£JL OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . . . Major Hoople WORD, ROUNDHOUSE.' PUFF-PUFF/ SHOULD PUNCTUATE OUR PUFF\NITH A MOMENT OF IN YONDER IT'S POSSIBLE TO OVERDO THIS I DRE/XD THE THOUGHT DON\ 1 T MIND f ULL O N RUN AN ITALIAN 3O& A COUPLE MORE- MILES — I WEAR LltfEr A WAFFLE IRON/ OFVOU 60IM& M2 B'< NE» SEffVlCE. IWC T. M. REC. u S PAT OFF HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS WASH TUBBS Saturday, January 24, 1942 Friend or Foe? WHAT V USTEM, SOW, I'VE ^OT TO REACH WOULO \CHUM6KIM<&! NO MATTER WHAT HAPPEUS,! MUSTN'T <SEr£AU6HTJ IF THOSE JAPANESE SPIES CAU6HT YOU? WHAT A T3EUCEOLV AWKWARD SPOT.' DO HX> REALIZE WE'RE VIRTUALLY IM OUR OWN BOOMf THEN "SUPPOSE WE TURN OUT TWO WE'VE 6OJE TO BED, AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS POPEYE By Roy Crone r AH HA! 'PEBBUES A6AINST THE WIN- POW... AND B6L0W OUR. LlTTliE FRIEND, ADMIRAL POPEV6 IS BUSV tUITH "SOME RECRUITS. U)E MUST LUAITj —> — ^ THIS MACHIME •2 - SPINACHr • FORCIN6 MACHINE Handwriting on the Wall Thimble Theater Cope IWI, King Folum SytKltou. Inc., WoiU riiku'racntd DONALD DUCK Those of the Dangerous Curves! By Walt Disney WOMEN' DRIVERS' CLUB "E5IVATE BLONDIE The Bliss of Ignorance GO TO SLEEP ALEXANDER I, I WEAR )^7 ITS JUSTTWE WINP NOISES < L, OS! SOMETHING POWMSTAIRS WIMP-I TELL YOU ITS A BURGLAR.' OH'NONSENSE IT'S JUST YOUR IMAGINATION m.', Kinj Feature b>i JK m Inc., World rights rt'crved. j BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Chic Young VEW, BUT WHAT IF J\\\ IT REALLY IS A .BURGLAR .. Not Very Optimistic By Edgar Martin 6OOO \"=> CbONiNiPs C.OVA'E. r-T7 ^J < RED RYDER Proving Col. Julip Is Smart ,cop«.'m;ay ME< SERVICE, INC. T HI. REC. u s. PAT OFF. /''M ? I By Fred Horman VJHOA,T)UCHE.SS •'1 RECKON Y LET lAE'HANE. JUST Ot^E THE SHERIFF C/M^ dvJHACrs A,T HI(A,RET3 .' PUNISH COLOXEL OULEP )V -" V ANT5 HIS CROCKED PAL / ^x^TAKei ^\E fo JAIL „ IAISTUH' RYDER-' I'D PREFER YOU OLD PE.LICAN/ GONNA SWEEP .•YOU CLEAN)/ ALLEY OOP (T Even Foozy's Surprised ByV.T.Hamlin OKAV. PAJ_,X'LY- PUUU VOU A STUMT... JUST WATCH THAT SPACE R1SHT < A MAGICIAM, PERHAPS, BUT MOT CUEVEK, XFEAT2.... SOMETIMES. 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