Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 19, 1942 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 19, 1942
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HOPI STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, February 19, Classified You can talk to only one man Want Ads talk to Thousands SELL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP All Want Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone On* tlm»—2e word, minimum 30e Three times—3t/jc word, minimum 50c Si* lime*—Se ward, minimum 75e One month —18e word, minimum $2.70 Kates or* tor continuous lns4K*<oru only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale 2-YEAR-OLD ROSES, ALL KINDS, Itic. Thursday only. Also have shrubs. Mrs. Alston at Bundy & Son Station. Third and Shover. 18-2tp SOME NICE REGISTERED COCKER and pointer puppies. Padgitts Kennels, 3 miles South on 29. 18-30tp GOOD EAR CORN. STORED IN Hope. 74 pounds per bushel. Cotton seed, D & PL 12, StonevUle 2-B, first year from breeder. Hay, Alfalfa, Lespedza, and Johnson grass. See T. S. McDavitt or C. E. Boyce 2-18-tf 1931 MODEL A FORD COUPE. Good mechanical condition. May be seen at Lafayette's rooming house on East 3rd St. 18-3tp FOUR WHITE WALLED TIRES. Practically new. Size 600-16. 1001 West. 7th street 19-3tp ONE SIX FOOT ELECTRIC MEAT display case. See W. I. Stroud. Washington, Arkansas. 19-3tp OLD STYLE MARBLE TOP DRES- ser and wood bed. 222 North Lousiana Street or see T. E. Spragins. 19-3tp Trailers For Sale HOUSE-TRAILERS NEW, 1942 AND used. Buy like rent. On Texarkano Highway 67. Two miles. 14-6tp Wanted to Trade FOUR-DOOR SEDAN IN EXCEL- lent condition, five good tires; trade for good pickup truck. City Market, 112 E. Tthird, Hope ll-6tc. For Rent Furniture For Sale IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture see u§. 21-30tc Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE — WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring, motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c Notice DON'T TAKE A CHANC1! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp WE SAVE YOU MONEY IN BUYING, Selling, and Trading. New and second hand furniture. We carry NEW BEDROOM SUITES, Studio Couches, Occasional Rockers and Mattresses. "WE SELL FOR LESS" Located by Saenger Theatre. IDEAL FURNITURE STORE. 4-lmp TO THE PARTY FINDING OR holding ladies large brown woolen nurse belonging- to Mrs. W. I. Stroud Washington. Will be rewarded all of the currency this bag contains. If you will return this bag to Hope Star or call 15 Washington, Ark. You will not be questioned. This bag contains several papers that business transactions can not be completed with out them. Valuable keys, fountain pen, bank book. 1 check for 518 made payable to A. N. Stroud. Mrs. W. I. Stroud. Washington. 18-4tc Hope Star Star of Hope, 1899; Prssi 1927, Con»oll- dated January 18, 1929. Published every weak-day after noon by Star Publishing Co. Inc. (C. E. Palmer and AT*x H. Washbum) at the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, -Ark. C. E. PALMER, President ALFX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and PuWither Entered as second class matter at the Postoffleo at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Bntcrprlso Ass'n Subscription Rate {Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week ISc; Hcmpstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Pren: Thi 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. Notional Advertising Representative— Arkansas Doiliei. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn. S»erlck Building; Chicogo, 400 North Michigan Avnue: New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue: Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Bldg. Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Chorae will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspopers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of spoce- takrrfb memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility for the safe-keeping or return of any Unsolicited manuscripts. Wanted to Rent 3 OR 4 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. Close in. Phone 149-J. 17-3tp TWO LARGE ROOMS FOR RENT, with board. Connecting bath. 4 men or 4 women. 403 W. Division, Phone 71. 17-3tp Services Offered ROOMS & COTTAGES. FURNISHED for light housekeeping. North of Hope on Old 67. Just outside city limits. Mrs. J. E. Schoolev. Phone 38-F-ll. ' ' 17-3tc 2 OR 3 ROpM FURNISHED APART- ment, private entrance, adjoining bath. 10-10 West Avenue B. 18-3tp FRONT BEDROOM WITH ADJOIN- ing bath in private home. For one or two men. Phone 892. 18-3tc 3 V BEDROOMS. INNER SPRING mattresses. Hot running water. Convenient to bath. 815 South Main. Phone 404-W. 18-3tc TWO • FURNISHED APARTMENTS for rent. AH modern conveniences. Mrs,- W. I. Stroud, Washington, Arkansas. 19-3tp ONE ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment with private bath. Adults. 1 mile East of Hope on Highway 67, near overpass. C. L. Cooper. 19-3tp FRONT BED ROOM IN PRIVATE home of young couple, also 1-house trailer, moderately hirnished, call 574-R. 19-6tp Lost 'WIDE TAN CAMEL-HAIR BELT to coat. Please return to Mrs. Doyle Reaves at Cox Drug Co. 17-3tp NEAR ROCKY MOUND, FEMALE Fox hound, white and Jan head, two black spots on side. Please notify H. H. Higgerson. Bowdens Store, ' Hope, Ark. 18-3tp Wanted SMALL FURNISHED APARTMENT for couple. No children. Phone 249-R. 19-3tp The United States Army has become the largest single exhibitor of movies in the country. 556 SERVICE STATION. CARS Washed nad greased SI. Called for and delivered. All business appreciated. ll-6tp. Air School 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 or Friday for full information. AIRCRAFT TRAINING SCHOOLS, Dallas. 18-3tp Salesman Wonted MILLIONS AND MILLIONS ARE being spent. Millions are paid out on commissions, buying and selling real estate. You want to get in on this. We need a contact man in every county to take listings and show property when we have a buyer. 51,000 to 510,000 yearly in your spare time. Will not interfere with your other work. Others are doing it, why not you? Equipment and leads furnished. ?25 deposit required which is returned with your first sale. Write United States Sales Company, Jackson, Mississippi. Help Wanted MIDDLE-AGE WOMAN TO CARE for small children. Small amount of work. Will have other help. Must be capable of supervising home during parent's absence. Work permanent and possibly housing quarters furnished. Pay attractive. See me after 6 or write 208 North Bonner St. Hope, Ark. 19-tf MEN OR WOMEN FOR RAWLEIGH Route in Hempstead County. Line includes over 200 daily necessities Employment situation best in many years. Exceptional opportunity for hustler. Write at once. Rawleigh's Dept. AKB-118-213B, Memphis, Tenn. or see Lee H. Boyett, Stamps, Ark. Feb. 19-26, Mar. 5-12 Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Duke of Wellington was the British general who led troops to victory over Napoleon at Waterloo. 2. Arizona, last state admitted to the Union, entered Feb. 14, 1912. 3. Nicholas II was last czar of Russia, Wilhelm II was last German emperor and Alphonse was last king of Spain. 4. "The Last Time I Saw Paris" is a popular song based on the final glimpse of that city by the composer. 5. Charles Curtis of Kansas was vice president under Herbert Hoover and the last Republican vice president. Barbs News from the baseball training camps won't seem so hot this year, with the Japs trying to steal our baso.i. At least we have the answer to that old one about why does a chicken cross the the road. Because thurc are no cars coming either way. Lots of girls are very particular about whom they'll marry unti! samebody asks them. The way all the girls are helping in the war effort, maybe we ought to call them defense blonds. Pertaining to careless conversation let's remember that even though a face might launch a thousand ships a loose tongue can sink them. So They Say She brought great joy to all who knew her and to the millions who knew her only as a .great artist. She gave unselfishly of her time and talent to serve her government in peace and war. She loved her country, —President Rossvelt's telegram o sympathy to Clark Gable on the death of Carole Lombard. Go ahead and buy food supplies as usual, and tell any merchatn who urges you to stock up on foods for the emergency that he is doing our country a serious injury. —Joint statement of OPM and Agri Council, We have helped the states with their relief, roads and a lot of projects in the past and now they mihgt turn around and help us. —Chairman Doughton, House Ways and Means Committee, urging state economy. The public must be protected from exploitation. —Leon Henderson, price administrator. I do not subscribe to or support, directly or indeirectly, any agitation which would promote antag- insim agaUnst my Jiewish fellow- citizens. —Henry Ford. OUT OUR WAY By J.R.Williams COME ON, WE'LL GO DOWNJ TO THE LIBRARY AMD LOOK IT UP/ I'D L»KE TO KNOW, AMYWAV, EVEIsi THOUGH I MIGHT LOSE THE ARGUMENT/ SEVEN) BLOCKS JIST TO LOOK UP .SUMPINJ/ IS IT CLEAR. TO VOU THAT fT'-S SEVEKl LOS1G BLOCKS TO TH' L1BURY? YOU CANTT HELP HIM,GOLDIE, HE'S HOPELESS/THE GUY WHO COUNTS TH 1 THORNS ONi TH 1 PATH TO PARADISE- NEVER. GITS THERE- VOU CAM HELP A BLIMP HOR.SE, BUT KJOT ONJE WHO SEES TOO "**" THE HURDLE COPO. ixa at ME« ttmici. INC. T. M. Inc.' u. 8. PAT. OFF. cT-R.WILUAMS z-i<j WASH TUBBS Grim Tidings By Roy Crane* WE HAVE SIFTED THC5AWR.W6 HAVE LOOKED EVERYWHERE.. THEN 1 WILL SEARCH A6AIM THE AMERICAN'S BOD/ \& USELESS: IN HUMBLE OPINION Of THtt PBR60M, THE MESSA6C HB CARRV 16 IN THE MIND AND NOT ON PAPER , , THEN WHAT MORE <TAM WE tJO? WE WILL PREPARE (S SINCE WE ARE UNABLE MES5A6E OUR SELF, THEM AT LEAST WE MAKE CERTAIN IT NEVER REACH CHINA f SV V 1 ^ w&nY&n'^'Jua* 4.' i l> > .. COPW, 1942 BV NEA SERVICE, t! POPEYE First and Last Course! UJHA'SA BlU ItUELL, MAKE" IDEfAR — J UP SOUR THRoujiM' A ^MIMD! FIRST, 40U CUANT SOUP AMD Thimble Theater IDOWT KNOLU LUHATCHER TALKIM' ABOUT, BUT VA MADE / WOU'O ME HUMciiRV- FUNJ l<5 RJrsJ, BUT I'M WOT IN TH& MOOD TO CHA<SE BACK AMD FORTH EVERVTIME- HE CHAW&ES THIS A/IWD I JUS WANTED^ TO CATCH WA AW'TGLLVA i UJANT5 A j CREAM PIE WSTEADO'SOUPy HOUJ DID GET UP HERETO BETTER MOT CHANJ&E MOUR MIWO THIS VA kIN BRIM6I ME SOME SOUF? SIMCET LUE'RE OM THE •SUBUECK AW RUSH IT, AS I VAM EXTER HUMCdRV (JUHAT TH' T IT'S OUR. X HECKIZZAT/CIOMBIWATION > PIE SOUR '"TfCAW UM-5CRAMBLE UUHBM WOU MAKE UP 0-dUR DONALD DUCK PERHAPS ADMIRAL POPEVE'S _ _ BEHAVIOR IS DUB TO OVERlUORK IN) BUILDIM6) UP A MAW FOR "SPlMACHOVA C»ft. !««. tan forun. i,ul^u. !«, WgcU rijhl A Permanent Resident AWGEEJ/TAKE ARE v J* "™ E GONNA; OKAY! QUIT BAWLIN'! ILL. LEAVE IT UP ANOTHER WEEK ! By Walt Disney* /^DOGGONE IT, / QUIT HOWLING ! V WHAT PO Y' m WANT IT TO DO, JR TAKE R... M ^~^_ BLONDIE Bloodhound on the Scent By Chic Young ARE YOU *lllli MAKIM6 A SANDWICH. DAC-DV ? NO-I'M SETTING A TRAP-MAMA SAVS SHE SAW A MOUSE TODAY ' 11 r OM, GOLUy I FOR60T)I| > HOW ELMER ( LIKES CHEESE/ ALREADY? Spt lutf torn Inluiu BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES No Doubt About It By Edgar Martin RED RYDER THE. LAST TlrAE. VOE! PLAYED TUG-O-WAR, DIABLO •> YOU RA.N OFF VJITH/AYROPE/; He Won't Get Far r II VOONT BE SO I SIDE.T> THIS TirAE,.' VJE/Lt SEE HOW FAR YOU GO WITH THIS LOG • By Fred Harmon ALLEY OOP - BEFORE. YOU GET HUMS OP IN) THE BRUSH— THEN) YOU'RE GOING To KNOW WHATJt'S LIKE TO BE HERES A LIKELY-LOOK.IKJ' ROOST ) RIGHT BELOW US,<SUZ... A GOOD PLACE T'TRV OUT YOUR PLAKJ TO SMARE AM' CAGE A PTERODACTYL. ALL IN OME OPEEATIOM It Works! ByV.T. Hamlin . . r, MEM..." GET THW CAGE BAITEP AM' LOVJER. IT IMTO PLACE! lvV~.' MEBBE SO, BUT STILL FEEL THERE'S NOW, MY BOY YOU'LL SEE WHY I'M KlrOG OF MOO... FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Is THIS OFFICIAL BUSINESS. Under Suspicion He GETS 44-.000 A SAL».fcY AND BUYS A 43,500 CAR / - JUST . DOESN'T SOUMD RIGHT ' PRfTTY NICE JOINT/ BUT I SAW/ YOU JUST 1 MATHEMATICS, AKID 1 ALSO KNOW HOW TO RUN A HOUSEHOLD .' 1 JUST TRIED rr RECENTLY By Merrill Blosser WELL, FROM WHV NTHE DAY i AI4EYOJ MET TME DOING- MA.YOE. , i THIS DIDN'r SUPER.- LIKE SLEUTHIMG, Hlrv\ / N< FRECKLES?/I'M TR/I» •^To FIND . OUT WHY/ 1

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