Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 20, 1942 · Page 2
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^£ 5-1 ;';.* Y,^ can talk to only one man I*' Wdnt Ads-talk to thousands $tll, RtNt, §UY OR SWA> AH Want Ads cdsh in advance. Not taken over the Phone dn* »tm«—J< w*rt, mfnfmttm JOe Three times—31/jc word, minimum SOe SJ* tlmt»—5c wcM, minimum 7Se One monJh—18c word, minimum $2.70 Kat«5 an tor continuous Insertions onl> "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Salt SOME NICE REGISTERED COCKER and pointer puppies. Padgitts Ken neis, S miles South on 29. 18-3<Xp GOOD EAR CORN, STORED IN Hope. 74 pounds per 'bushel. Cotton seed, D & PL 12, Stoneville 2-3. 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. Eradtically new. Size 600-16. 1001 West. 7th street 19-3tp SIX EOOT 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 Texarkana Highway 67. Two miles. 14-6tp For Rent Sr" FRONT BED ROOM, ADJOINING bath. 1201 South Elm St. Phone 653. 20-3tp LARGE BEDROOM. FOR TWO. thiee. or four gentlemen. Apply 523, South Elm. 20-3tp 5 ROOM HOUSE. REDECORATED. Inquire at Snack Shop. 3rd .& .Shover. : 20-3tc 3 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT. 804 South Grady. 20-ltp TWO OR THREE ROOM FURNISH- pd or .partly furnished aoartment. 104 West Ave. E. Mrs. Irvin Huckabe. 20-3tp ROOMS, FURNISHED OR UNFUR- ' rushed. 606 N. Elm. 20-3tp ,;w2 OR.3 ROOM FURNISHED APART^' ment, private entrance, adjoining ^ bath. 10-10 West Avenue B. 18-3tp FRONT BEDROOM WITH ADJOIN- ina bath in private home. For- one or two.men. Phone 892. 18-3tc 3 BEDROOMS. INNER SPRING mattresses. Hot running water. Con. venienj to bath. 815 South Main. Phone 404-W. ' 18-3tc " TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTS for rent. All 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. ]9-3tp FRONT BED ROOM IN PRIVATE home of young couple, also 1-house tiailer, moderately furnished, call 574JS. 19-6tp Lost ELGIN WRIST - WATCH WITH black band. Reward. Johnny Hamilton, 422 East 2nd St., phone 647. 20-3tc NFAR ROCKY MOUND, FEMALE Fox hound, white and tan head, two black spots on side. Please notify H. H. Higgerson. Bowdens Store, Hope, Ark. - . 18-3tp Wonted 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. Furniture For Sale :tDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next uoor to S^enger Theater for better prices on furniture see «•• 21-30tc Refrigeration EIEFRIGERATION SERVICE — WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring, motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c Notice DONT 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 purse 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 SIS made payable to A. N. Stroud. Mrs. W. I. Stroud. Washington. i8-4tc 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 $10,000 yearly in your spare time. Will not interfere with your other work. Others are doing it. why not. you? Equipment and leads . furnished. S25 deposit required which is returned with your first sale. Write United States Sales Company, Jackson, Mississippi. Help Wanted MIDDLE-AGE WOMAN TO CARE for small children. Small amount of work. Will have other help. Must be capable of supervising home during parent's absence. Work permanent and possibly housing quarters furnished. Pay attractive. See me after 6 or write 208 North Bonner St. Hope, Ark. 19-tf Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Light travels 186,300 miles a second. Sound in the air moves 1807 feet a second. 2. Diogenes, the Greek philosopher who lived in a tub, when asked by the conquering Alexander if he lacked anything, replied: "Yea, that you stand out of my sun a little." 3. The hymn, "Lead, Kindly Light," was written by John Henry Newman, a Church of England clergyman who later became a Roman Catholic cardinal. 4. Eye specialists say we should read with an artificial light com- Chttrqes on Tributes, Etc.: Chorae will be mode for all tributes, cards of thanks resolutions, or memorials, concerning the oeDorted. Commercial newspapers hold to » * Pi?, cy in the "*** colurnns »o protect their readers from a deluge of space- tak "7?.,. nienTO rials. Th o Star disclaims responsibility for the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts The color red is the symbol of passion, power and riches. RKANSAS Hope Star Stor of Hope. 1899; Pf«$» 1927, Conjoll- dotad January 18, 1929. februafV 20; Published »v«ry week-day after noon by „ Star Publishing Co. Inc. :fC. t. ftfllmtr and Alex H. Washburn) «t the 3tor bulldlns, 212-214 South Walnut Jtrtet, Hope. Ark. ...... .. *• *• PALMtR, Pr«ld«nt AktX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and PuMlther Entered os second class matter at the Postofflce at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1697. (AP)—Means Associated Press (NEAl—Means Newspaper Bntcrpriso Ass'n Subscription Rate {Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c: Hempstead, Nevada, Howara, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; else where J6.SO. Member of The Associated Pren: The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republicotlon 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 Dollies. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn S'encfc Building; Chicogo, 400 North Michigan Avnue- New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue; Detroit, Mich., 2842 VV Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Blag. ing over (ho left shoulder. 5. A light year is the distance over which light can travel in a year, and is used as a unit in expressing stellar distances. STORIES IN STAMPS 'Fortifications Guard Seas Bering Discovered '"THICKLY interspersed in ters discovered and named for Vitus Johanssen Bering, are defenses and fortifications that bar Japanese threats to Soviet bases on the Siberian or Kamchatka coast and to Alaskan outposts in the Aleutian or Diomede islands. The stamp above, issued in 1941, commemorates the bi-centenary of the death of Bering, Danish expatriate who served with the Russian navy in extensive explorations of the long Russian north-: eastern coast. The stamp pictures an 18th century sailing vessel. Bering was born at Horsens, Jutland, in 1681 and joined the Danish navy as a youth. In 1704 he entered the Russian navy and' served in the war against Sweden. Peter the Great, czar of Russia, appointed Bering in 1724 to conduct an expedition to Siberia to determine whether Asia and America were divided. The navigator termed his first expedition a failure. In 1740 he" set out again, this time with the backing of the Empress Catharipe. He "discovered" America when he landed on an island in the Aleutian group. On the return voyage to Russia, Bering became ill, and died on an uninhabited island near Kamchatka. The island was later named Bering in| his hnnor. WANTED CAST IRON SCRAP 75 Cents per Hundred Pounds Paid ARKANSAS MACHINE SPECIALTY CO. Hope, Arkansas OUT OUR WAY By J.R.Williams OM,BC*y--BRlN)G ME ORDER. NUMBER 665" AMD REQUISITION NUMBER 77(0(0 AMP SPECIFICATION NJUM- » BER4480^/ HURRY IT/ ^f * —«%S- lir THAT STARTLES THE OLD BULL OF TH' WOODS--HE KEPT EVERYTHING INI HIS MIKJP PER VEARS AND DOM'T TH1MK MUCH OF A GUY WHO HAS TO LOOK UP TH1KJGS/ n THAT'S WHY THIS MODERNS EDUCATION) IS SO FAST—THEY JDOM'T TEACH YOU TO MEMORIZE Oil SHAKESPEARE, » THEY TEACH YOU WHERETO LOOKL FER, IT WHEN MEED- ED/ A POG SLEEPS HEAVIEST WHEN HE'S TOO FULL/ k CINCINNATI T M. BEC, U. S. CAT. OFF. COPR. i»42 ev us* sjavict. me. MODERN KNOWLEDGE WASH TUBBS tVVJASWWS- f WTOM.ttC. I Never .Give Up By Roy Craft* BAH J AMP WU SAID ~Y HE*..HE CM I HB MAY HE fiOUUD BE TRUSTED BE DOWN WTH A COUNT^ TO DELIVER THE /OF NlrJE,«3ENEftAL. l Bin* aooos! _s HE'S NOT ooT...TJbmls VMHEM EASY REALUV BEGINS TO FIGHT.' •• EH? WHAT'S WttONS, GENERAL THttT CAPTAIN EA&y! VT ,WAS RKOMMKN&ATItfk THAT HE WAS if f W MApBf D JAWNtSE SPIES!! AND ENTRUSTED WITH AW , CONFIOfiMTIAt AND IMPORTANT "MCSSA6E TO CHUNfiKIKkSf 3U6T RECEIVfeO A BRITISH fcEpORT..* THE V£RY WORST HAS HAPPENED— ) / 5 » NEEDED MOST, BUV T3EFEN6E BONDS STAMPS ! COPR. 194? BY NEA SEBVICE. INC. T. M. REC. Anybody Got a Daisy? Thimble Theater ^ OLIVE 0/L, HAV6 &OME 1 Me UUITH , <-/ou Bitj PIECE CHEESEJ YOU'RE THE OME THATS KA-RA-ZV— HOU DOKJ'T KMOUJ UUHAT 4OU IOAWT FROM OME MIWUT6 TO THB MEXT.' UJHV, WOU- AUU, 6O JUMP IM THE HOW'S - TURKLE OCEAM - VA LOOKS. LIKE «SUMPIM' THE DOR6i5 f UIHV. «PRU6l IKJ DC5HES AM' PAMS ? ^ AHOV, OLIVE-- ^TAWU AR8,TOO / I VAM NOT KA-R-A2V ^^r^T^w^^ DONALD DUCK Battle Wagon! By Walt Disney UY GOODNESS.' rr HERE THAT, BECAUSE OF THE WAR,THE SALE OF YOU'D SETTER GET. THAT OLD KLUNK OF YOURS 1 PAINTED WHILE YOU STILL CAN,F YOU EXPECT ME TO RIPE NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT! BLONDIE Be Firm Dogwood! By Chic Young PACSWOOC? I HEAR STRANGE NOISES DOWNSTAIRS DONT &E AFRAID} DEAR, IT MIGHT JUST .BE TME PUPPIES PLAVlrJ6 WITU A BONE I|P* VEM, ( &UT WHAT > IF IT IS A \ &URSLAR —'- \ ? ^^-^ -'WELL, IT'S VOUR MOUSE-VOU HAVE AS MUCH RIGHT DOWN THERE AS HE DOES/ ••, "^v:\ Ct> P r I9<?, Ku.fi faiiiM SynJfciit, Inc'. V/orlJ nSiiw BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin POOR. &\t2.^<5 . m; BY NEA SEPVICE. me. T. M . REO. u. s. PAT RED RYDER Captured at Last By Fred Harmon HE' LU CHOKE IKSJEVO THA»T - BE.E.M HlrA7 _;^fc HlrA.PLENTY VJH.D ANDVJHEfJ HE COMEtS UP— I' S/TT/ff> QN TOP,' /Z^™k*jr~^M 7*#j •" ALLEY OOP ByV.T. Hamlin THEEE WOW, OOP V'SEE? I TOLOJUH MV PV-AM WIOU1-D NWOF2.K...WE. CAPTURED A PTEF2.O- DA.CTVL., AM' AUU CAGED T'BOOT/ PEETTV ALL RIGHT, MEW...HAJJU. X ITUR..PUTVOUE BACVC3 . IWTO IT HEAVE.' HE BIT TH' HOISTIM'-UIME RU3HT PUUMB ItO TWO, HE DID' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Queen Goings On •.}.'.. •TJ'txfrr.O.-ii'.^7fL$L^'^ P l »" l '«''*l»'M*tCOPR.'lM; BY NEA SEBVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S.'^T. OFF. By Merrill Blosser WELL, MAYOR. WHAT \Tne city BOUGHT A PIECE Hey. MAYOR, BAir A TRAP FDR Me.' I'M HUN6RY AND I'VE SOT SOMETHING TO TfeLL YOU ( HAPPENED AT CITY HALL TODAY ? OF (.AND FOR AN AIRPORT, WITHOUT COWSULTINS ME '

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