Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 27, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 27, 1942
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ff^' fc'« , '$ $ You can talk to only or* man . Want Ads talk to SILL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP ;A» Want Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phon* 9n« ««*—2e weW, mlnlmam JOe Sta Hnn>»-.3e wanl. minimum 71* Th«« Hn»»—3Vi« word, minimum SOc One month—ISe word, minimum $2.70 Rates or* tot continuous Insertion* only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL' For Sole SAVE BY BUYING USED FURNI- ture from us. f Chairs, Tables, Stoves, Beds, and many other items all in good condition with reasonable prices. Abo bluest prices paid for Used furniture. FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO., South Elm Street. 9-lmc. MULES, PLOW TOOLS OF ALL kinds. Plow gear. See A. N. Stroud, _ Washington, Arkansas. 10-lmp SEE A. N. STROUD ABOUT 2,500 bushels of corn at SOc there. Will start on January 26 selling all that week. If you want corn, come to Ozan. !9_ 6tp > ROOM BRICK RESIDENCE TWO blocks from Business Section. Apply 523 South Elm Street. 23-3tp 1937 De SOTA 4 DOOR SEDAN Overdrive, new battery. Bargain. 802 E. 3rd. Phone 255-W. 23-Gtp Notice DON'T TAKE A CHANC1! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-imp 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 MEN AND WOMEN, 18-45 VITALLY needed by aircraft factories. You must be trained and in good physical condition. See our representative Mr. Mills at Barlow Hotel, Thursday Hope Star Star of Hop*. T8W; f>r«s» 1M7, detad Jonuoty.is, 1929. f>ublh»wd every wjrt-doy ofWf noon by ,- - Star Publishing Co. Inc. J c ,\. E. Palm«r and Alex H. Woshbum) ot the StQf buiwtno 212-2M South Walr.it street, Hop«, Ark. utx. H. matter at the MCA, (A Pi ) ~ Meo , ns Associated Press NEA)—Means Newspaper Bnterpriso Ass'n HOP Rate (Always Payable In By city carrier, per weok I5c- empstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and h«r« , c ° untl « s - ".50 cer year; else- Member of Th« Associated Presi- The" Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to me use for republication of all news dis- £SrfiJ e 3 f ro< &'- ed to i( or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. n A .. dv «"*lrfn g Representative— i Dal "e?. Inc.; Memphis Tenn terick Building;' Chicago 400' NoTtK M .lch,gan Avnue; New 'York City, 507 A,., 6 ? troit ' Mich " 28 « W. Jldg ' 0klanomQ ci( V. 4'4 Terminal made ?nr made for ^'P' Ete " Chorae Will be tributes, cards of thankT memori °l5. eoheernlnV the las. 27-3 tc Strayed 2 MARES AND 2 YOUNG MULES 5 jersey cows. B. C. Lewis, Phone 31-J-12. ' 23-3tp. 1939 NASH. GOOD TIRES. IN EX- cellent condition. 320 South Pine. 24-3tp PORTABLE CABIN, 8 by 16 FEET Will sell furnished or unfurnished. Located at Darwin's Camp. R. R. Hagen. 27-3tp 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 . 6tp Found Furniture For Sale IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture see "*• 21-30tc For Sole Miscl. REGISTERED POINTER PUPPIES, best bloodlines. Cockers, Bostons! Boarding, Stud Service. Padgitt's Kennels. 2 Miles So. 6-lmo-p For Rent 3 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT cottages for light housekeeping on old 67 just outside city limits.Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 38-F-l-l. 19-3tc. FRONT BEDROOM WITH KITCHEN privilege. Close in. 518 W. Division , 24-3tp FRONT BEDROOM, PRIVATE EN trance to bath. 619 West 3 st. 24-3tp. 5-ROOM HOUSE ON MAIN STREET 801 South Main. Phone 657-W. .. ^27-3tp ONE LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING room. Bills Paid. 1002 West Ave. B 26-3tp 3 ROOM APARTMENT WITH WATER and lights, furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. G. L. Johnson on Highway 4 East Hope. 27-ltp ON JANUARY 24, 1942, SOMEONE lost or turned loose some fine hens at my house, on Highway 73, Rt 1, Washington, Ark. Owner can have by calling on me and paying for ad. Mrs. O. Van Riper. 26-3tc New Wine Shades ST. LOUIS- OT -Wine is going to milady s feet instead of to her head. St. Louis shoe manufacturers, eyeing the increasing output of domestic wineries, decided they had an idea for new footwear shades. So now it's burgundy, port, sherry, muscatel, malaga and claret, attached to pairs instead of pints. Wanted FURNISHED APARTMENT or ROOM with kilchen privileges. For couple only. Phone 782-J. 2G-3tc Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Man has 20 primary teeth later replaced bmy 32 adult or permanent teeth. 2. Three calcified tissues forming a tooth are the enamel covering over the crown of the tooth; the dentine that forms its essential substance; the cementum investing the root. 3. No. Teeth are attached to the skeleton, but do not form a part of it. 4. Incisors, or cutting teeth, are at the front of the mouth; canines (so called from their prominence in the dog) are next to the incisors; bicuspids or premolars are next back from the canines. Multi- cuspids or true molars are farthest back. 5. Eye teeth are the upper canines. Their roots extend in the direction of the eye. There are two, one on each side of the upper jaw. Wisdom teeth are the posterior molars. There are four, two on each side of each jaw. STORIES IN STAMPS *•»»••««•»• »tr»g» FRONT BEDROOM, ADJOINING bath. 321 North Hamilton. 27-3tp Room and Board ROOMS AND BOARD. APPLY AT- 202 South Fulton. 26-3tp For Sale or Lease MODERN 5-ROOM HOUSE. PRAC- tically new. With 12 acres land. End of East 13th Street. Call 651. _. 24-3tp Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE - WE repair anything Electricril, Wiring, motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c One Little Nip Nipped His Freedom JACKSONVILLE, N. C.—(£>)—A fellow broke into the Alcoholic Beverage ConU-ol store, took a bottle of tile finest liquor and left a note that he'd sample it and if he found it too his taste he'd be back with the cash to pay for it. The officials didn't find the joke funny and had him jailed. A WANT-AD WML FIND IT / German Army Raids Denmark's Storehouse [j^ITTLE Denmark, whose peaceful cities and fields were over•run by Nazi hordes, in April, 194ft 1 is near the economic and agricultural cracking point because ol .'German confiscation of supplie; I and foodstuffs. '• ' King Christian X, pictured in jthe equestrian statue in front oj ^Amalienborg palace on the stamp '.above, and his government, accepted the occupation under protest. [ Because of the difficult strategic and geographical position of Denmark, the Danes could offer little : resistance to the overwhelming German forces. Germany, however, is running 'into trouble in Denmark. Reports from Stockholm, Sweden, say King Christian has threatened to abdicate unless Germany relaxes, idemands for the enactment of •anti-Jewish laws by the Danes. : The Nazi reverses on Russian and African buttlefronts have forced the Germans to dig still deeper into the already depleted Danish stores. Strongly pro- British, Denmark hopes for an allied victory to restore order out of chaos to their land. WANTED CAST IRON SCRAP 75 Cents per Hundred Pounds Paid ARKANSAS MACHINE SPECIALTY CO. Hope, Arkansas OUR BOARDING HOUSE SAY, 60 BUSY TRAINING THAT MAM FIGHTER 3AKE WON \N A POKER. Gf\(v\E THAT SOU'RE NEGLECTINGNOUR PUBLIC/ w ^ •""• ISN V T THERE SOME W. £ SCIENTIFIC BOOM To MAN \f//f HATCHING IN THE OLD /{' COOP COAT HANGER. OR. ^-y OOMETHINa? AN ILLUMINATED )^ // K <r f\ '& DON 1 T FRET J LAD'^xoTHE HOOPLE: BRAtN IS STILL GUSHING/vu^HovJ'S THIS: 60AP CONCEALED IN A. 6PECIAL "BPONGBjELlN^lNiATlN.^ ACCIDEI^TG CAUSED BY STEPPING ON SOA.P |N THB BV ADDING SOME -^/ THE <£>OA»P \MOULD WASKlNiG, ArvJD LfVST A BUT THE-RB X GO, TALKING AWAY ANOTHER " M\LLION3-DOLLPHR, IDEA / '•" -^ NX CHEMICAL FOR INSTANCE f O O MOM •j ''J{j'ii'-- 1 "- n '" S WASH TUBBS , HOM, A R k A N S A $ THEN WAT HORRIBIC SCREAM., LISICAIVA'S 60NEJ JSAV.OLD , ISN'T IT POSSIBLE WE'VE MlSJuS&ED HERf PEBHAPS SHE RKAU.V TRVIM6 TO WARM >OJ OF DAM AMb THOSE JAP SPIES CAUGHT HER IW TH6 ACT SO SORRV FOR PISTUR8. 60 you HEAR CRY FOR nap? Easy Spots a Trap Vi Jonudry 27, 1941 POPEYE W*S CRy FOR HELP BEWeATH WIM- w- DOW? IS FEARED *,OMErHIW6DBEADFa/<INDLV ARE HAPPEN TO LlSICA? POLICE /TELL THE tsOWMSTAIBS. THEVASK FOR VOU / POLICE WE COMB <9UICK ALU AT OMCE ^^^ HETARCs NOTHIN6- WE KNOW WOTHIU6- 8ACK TO BED By Roy Crone «,* I -T'5'A TRAP, BUDDIE, I\IE 1 ,-, BUT- J BEEN WATCHIN6 OUT THP WIN- '•' 'tJOW, AND HO COPS HAVE AWWED. THAT JAP CAN'T 66T INTO OUR ROOM, SO HE'S TRV1M6 TO LURE US OUTSIDE. IINTEMD STAYIM6 WHERE 1 AM UNTIL. DAYLIGHT IP VA (AJAkJMA EMLISK FOR THEl P ' -' MAW, WER't-L- HAFTA LIME UP AM' B& All Aboard forTrainina! DONALD DUCK POPE4E <r-«M -SOME !<=> A BUSVJL OTHER MAM BK 7 I TIME Thimble Theater ,VOU MEAN WE HAVE OKT THfc "FRACAS"f ? Taking No Chances! BLONDIE By Walt Disney \tn. King ftjlmti Syndicalt. Inc., World richl'i BarkingJJp the Wrong Tree! DASWOOC? WILL YOU PLEASE OPEM THE PACK POOR AMP LET THE 1 PUPPIES RUM OUT FOR A FEW MINUTES ? t» BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES YOU'RE NOT A MEM&ER OF THAT GANG/ By Chic Young Wonder What? RED RYDER By Edgar Martin SOPK. 104? BY NEA SEBVICE. INC^f. M. BEO. I), s. >.<% ,^M J .-.^^^& .nOOLUECTIN' THE STOCKMEN'S REWARD ON TK T5IABLO HOSS THESE PAR.TS, BUT 3. "DlWt KNOvJ HIS Quick on the Triger ALLEY OOP By Fred Harmon SORELV MV PAL, OOP, |S NEAR.THOLXbH VET UNSEEN / Friend or Foe? FRECKLK_AND HIS FRIENDS NOW BACK TO OUR HERO...WH^ \<* TRVIN& DESPEKATELV TO GET HIS PRISONEB, KIW& JOHM, BACK TO THE REBEL BARONS' CAMP ByV.T. Hamlin PAO&UM THAT DOUGH-HEADED OIWOSAUR...HE MUST BE AROUND HEARD -me WATER RUN: IMG A Good Trick By Merrill Blosser" YOU DIDNT HAVE TO USE ALL THAT WATER- HALF Op IT WOULDA BEEN PLENTV./ You've GOT ENOUGH WATER =RE10 FLOAT A BATTLESHIP/ NO WONDER OUR WATER. BILL WAS HE SEEMS TO BE TAKING HIS JOB . SERIOUSLY / My GOSM, CAN'T i EVEN TAKE A BATH?

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