Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 23, 1942 · Page 2
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Classified You 6<3r1 talk fo only one man Want Ads talk to Thousands SELL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP »Sfii2if^ c ' n<;e ' Nof faken over fhe Phone Sfct »tme»--Sc wotrf, mlnlmom /Se One rtonfh— 18e w«d, rmmmum SJ 70 Rates ore for continuous lnser»ioa« cw,i> "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale StiMB NICE REGISTERED COCKER arid pointer puppies Padgitts Ken •MS, 3 miles South on 29 18-30tp 'COTTON SEED, D &PL 12, STONE- ville 2-B. first year from breeder ;Hay, Alfalfa, Lespedza, and oJhn- son grass. See T. S. McDavitt. 2-18-tf For Rent FROfiT BED ROOM, ADJOINING bath. 1201 South Elm St. Phone 653 20-3tp LARGE -BEDROOM. FOR TWO three, of four gentlemen. Apply 523, South Elm. 20-3tp S ROOM HOUSE REDECORATED Inquire at Snack Shop. 3rd & Shov- er - 20-3tc 3 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT 804 South Grady 20-ltp' TWO OR THREE ROOM FURNISH- ed or partly furnished apartment 104 West Ave. E. Mrs. Irvin Huck- abe - 20-3tp ;BOOMS, FURNISHED OR TJNFUR- mshed 606 N Elm 20-3tp TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- inent. Private entrance. 704 East ^Division Street. 21-3tp LARGE FRONT BEDROOM AD- 'joinning bath. Beauty rest mat- ress. Quiet neighborhood and very close to town Also garage Phone 664-R for apoomtment 21-3tc Noric< DONT TAKl A CHANC1! BRING o INGTON. ARKANSAS l-zmp 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" 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 $18 made payable to A N. Stroud. Mrs. W. I. Stroud. Wash- Hp£e p St0r PublljfWd *y«rj> Wttk-day after noon' by .f _ B5 '°' r uo "* n liO Co. lrt& r,, . -. v Palmer and Alex H. Wajhburn) of the Star building, 312-214 SoUthVValnir street. Hope, Ark. Entered as second" class matter at /MCAv (A f,'~~ Ms '?. ns A «°ciated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n SubtcrlpHoP Rate (Always , dtyJ carrior '' | e .Y Qda ' Mow where S650° Un ' * ' 5 ° .Member of The Asioclated Prett! The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to ' se for .r?B"bll«itton of all news dls- fo " or no WASH TUBBS ARENT VOO terf|M6 'EM SHOOT rftf THRU MIME ? Payable week '; Miller and Veor; else ' R J n — n ft,""' fc"' M ^phls, Tenn., Building; Chicago. 400 NortK A Avnue; New Y ork City 507 nrt Hl' e J Ue A^ D 5 trOit ' Mich - 2 8« W ,d Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Termina - ae wl'l be cards of thanks eoncernJrio. ths 6ld ,m«« -f H -oepn unsolicited manuscripts. or return ington 18 . 4(c SMALL, MODERN FURNISHED Apartment Also 2 modern unfurnished rooms; Private front and back entrance. Close in. Mrs. Tom Cartel. 2i-tf ;TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment with kitchenette. Phone 679. 23-3tp 'TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. Near Paisley School. On old Hiehway 67. Clifton Whitten. Phone : 567 - R - 23-3tp Lost 1 ELGIN WRIST - WATCH WITH black band. Reward. Johnny Hamilton, 422 East 2nd St., phone 647. 20-3tc BAY HORSE, 9 YEARS. WT. 950; DIM brand on Left Jaw; One Light J«r- . sey Muley Cow, 3 yrs , carrying bell John D Langston, Emmet, RL 1 . 1 21/3(p Refrigeration ^REFRIGERATION SERVICE - WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring motors Kelly Refrigeration Service' 112 Main. Phone 144. ' 10-lm-c' Found BAY MARE SPLIT RIGHT EAR Wt. 600 Ibs. B Z on rght fore shoulder 5 or 6 years F L Douglas Hope # EL 1. Box 10. 23-]fltp Furniture For Sole "•>,* .IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture see va - 21-30tc FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO 117 South Elm Street. We are selling out and all furniture must go. Many outstanding buys. Come in today. All sales final. 20-tf Help Wanted V, MIDDLE-AGE WOMAN TO CARE p> for small children. Small amount • ^ - of work. Will have other help. Must A be capable of supervising home during parent's absence. Work per. per manent 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. Stephen Foster suggested "we will sing one song for my old Kentucky home." 2. Kentucky's largest city is Louisville. Frankfort is the capital. 3. Kentucky governors are famous for appointing colonels to their staffs. 4. Lexington, Ky., has the same name as Lexington, Mass., where an early battle of the Revolution- was fought. 5. Centre College, Danville, Ky., became famous by defeating Harvard. The team was called the "Praying Colonels." - — - •• T ^B _ Fresh Air Doesn't Taste Fresh By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE Wide World Science Editor NEW YORK-When you say th fresh air tastes good, its probably no the air. Fresh air tastes bad, if it has anj taste This has been discovered b British scientists while making com pressed air experiments with appn ratus for saving men from sunken submarines. The discovery is reported in Nature Britafnls 'Afficial science journal. The taste is described as harsh metallic and indefinable. It shows up when air is compressed to 8 to times normal density. The flavor is ascribed to nitrogen the gas which forms 79 per cent o air. Oxygen, 20 per cent of the air and the only other component whistfi seems large enough to have a taste probably does not account for the aii flavor. When oxygen in pure form is compressed, it too has a taste. Some people say it is sweet, others acid. It is described as like dilute ginger ale and like dilute ink with a Ibittle sugar. This oxygen taste shows up at 6 to 7 times air density. Gases like oxygen and nitrogen had been supposed to be tasteless. Debunked The liquid found inside a coconut is not the milk, but rather a wather that can be used for drinking. Coconut milk is obtained from crushing the pulp and extracting the milky substance. STORIES IN STAMPS ^«»»»««»H»»»« >t « Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD • CHANCERY COURT HATTIE DePRJEST, Plaintiff vs. ' ED DePRIEST Defendant. WARNING ORDER The Defendant, Ed DePriest, is hereby warned 'to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein. WITNESS my hand and seal as Clerk of said Court on this the 31st day of January, 1942 (SEAL) Feb 2, 9, 16, 23 . j. p. BYERS Russian Women Replace Men in War Industries „ TS7AR, which touches the life of " every man, woman, and child m each country it ravages, found the women of Soviet Russia well prepared to take conflict in their sturdy, indomitable strides. .The stamp above, issued in 1941, pictures an infantryman of the Red. Army and his mother admonishing him to "Be a hero." Russian women have taken places beside men in factories, in the building trades, on the collective farms, and even in the army. Women pilots, gunners and bombardiers are found in the air force although they do little actual fighting. Their work is to train the young men for those posts. In contrast to czarist days in Russia, when the woman was considered much in the same class as a pack animal, the Soviet revolution brought wholesale suffrage to the feminine population. Russian women are insulted if called members of the weaker sex They draw the same wages as men and in some cases equal men in strength and endurance. The proportion of women engineers, women technicians, women research workers is higher in the Soviet Union than hi .any other nation. y } > > i > i WANTED CAST IRON SCRAP 75 Cents per Hundred Pounds Paid ARKANSAS MACHINE SPECIALTY CO. Hope, Arkansas OUT OUR WAY By J.R.Williams CLOSE UP, THERE / QUIT FL.APPIN' DEM WINGS/DIS \<5 HORSE EXERCISE, NOT SETTINJ UP DRILL /T SAID TROT, NOT GALLOP/ FOUR FEET FROM MEAD TO CROUP/ WELL, THIS \S GOLDCOAST . VICE. IMC, M BEC. U. $.PA-t. Off, "* BORN THIRTY YEARS TOO SOON J DAI?M. , AMVUJAV- v . ,.-».^, . ^,, i_ j\_ / (—iixi-i UJr*TT' HE'S GOT MB ALL WlXEC) UP- FlteST, HE* TELLS MB TO JUMP IMTO ~"~ OCEAN. THEM CALLS -^ l _5 le ^L A il er ° Blackout " ^ DONALD DUCK .... IDOW'TKNOuJ _^ AT^VET-I HAVEM'T FDR?X MADt U'PMV MIMO; Thimble Theater *' The Ground Hog Sees a Shadow ni-o^N'l t56 POPE'-/e ' IT SM'T POSSIBLE TO 6ET RIO OF A BLACK eve IM TEW -.ECOMDS, evEM IF SOU TRW PAlMTISJti IT OUT ' By Walt Disney BLONDIE Kitchen Pool! By Chic Young it t CAUGHT YOU / VOU KNOW ^11H ^-7 VOU SMQULPNT EAT THOSE MEAT-BALLS UNTIL A &\G BOV LIKE YOU.' YOU OUGHT ) TO BE ASMAMEP- OF YOURSELF/ J^T/?. PAGWOOC?/ V BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Ten-Shun! By Edgar Martin RED RYDER frffj, REP RYPERTJ He's Well Named Diablo By Fred Harmon ALLEY OOP UNABLE >|SLOT>GE CILLER fi TriEOE--,^^.. > THROW BA.GK/ THE LOOSE-ROFE : SURCiMG LE, TJlABld FDWERFUL FORM RbCKE-tS UP / I COMMITTED TO AID IM MEDIEVAL EMGLISH- MEKJ'S FIGHT TO THEOW OFF THE TVeAKJKlVCAl- VOKE OF K.IKK3 JDHM. A'. ,LHV OOP HAS AGAIM EK>USTEp THE TIME- MACHIME'S FOVMERTO TEAMSMIT HIM THROUGH COOK5TLESS CEMTL>raES...THIS TIME BACK. TO PEEHISTORIO MOO TO COLLECT MATEEIEL FOE THE COMIMG CAK/IPAJGW BUY DEFENSE BONDS FRECKLES ANCTHISTRlENDS Going Up ByV.T. Hamlin WATER IS FIVE FEET DEE 1 * IM . ITLL TAKE PLENT/ OP FILLING-IN ITJ.L MAKE A LAMOING- FIELD / \ • _ An Abyssinian in the Cordwood 30,000 FOR. THIS LAND / AND THAT AIN'T MAY / I WONDER. HOW MUCH IT WAS REALLV WORTH ( ' fc9f«. ,m; Bf NCA SERVICE. INC. T?M. REofu.'s. TJt'&%ti%M^ By Merrill Blosser I'LL Lcx>K UP ] BETTER. NOT THE TAX RECORDS/ LET MAYOR. AND GALL you/ /FLEECEKNOW WE LL SEE HOW WHAT YOU'RE MUCH IT WAS , ) TALKIM& ASSESSED AT/ ABOUT/ BUT 30000 CAME IN/ I UNCli FLEECE INVITSD AMTS P ^ooo HER CHILDREN /

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