Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 3, 1942 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 3, 1942
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HOP I STAR, HOPE, Alt KANSAS Classified You can talk to only one man Wont Ads talk to Thousands SELL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP \\\ Wdnt Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone 1-Oht time—Jc word, minimum 30c Three timet—3Vie word, minimum 50e > $1* Hm«i—5e word, minimum 7Sc On* month—18c word, minimum $2.70 K01M or* (Of continuou* lr>Mr*kins ixity "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sola 'SOME NICE REGISTERED COCKER j- and pointer puppies. Padgitts Kennels, 3 miles South on 29. lS-30tp PJOTTON SEED, D &PL 12, STONE- l' 4 -Ville 2-B, first year from breeder. ** Hfcy, Alfalfa, Lespedza, and oJhn- ^son grass. See T. S. McDavitt. 2-18-tf IfiORSES & MULES. PART DOWN ^balance in fall. All sizes and ages. •See Dorsey McRae, Jr., at McRae Implement Co. 23-14tc ,4939 TUDOR PONTIAC, GOOD CON- dition. Good tires. Apply Jess Webb at Webb's Grocery. 25-4tp 6 YEAR OLD 1.000 LB. MAMOUTH ..." grey jack, and 1500 Ib. black Per- w chant horse. Also mares. Phone 967- t W r 410 West 6th street, Lee H. Gar- t'land. 27-3tp SJOHN DEERE MODEL B TRACTOR c on. rubber, busters, cultivator, mow[ er.^-roll Jnule planter. John Deere Solid deck hay loader. Excellent condition. Phone 967-W, 410 West 6th street Lee H. Garland. 27-3tp BUSHELS CORN. MONDAY AND J. Tuesday only. $1 per bushel. A. N. .-.Stroud, Washington, Ark. 28-3tc FOR HEATING. PHONE 50. 28-6tp M 'NORTH DAKOTA CERTIFIED TRI- jj«? L uraphs. Cotton Seed, Stoneville 2-B, >" D&PL and ROWDEN 41. See me * b'efore buying. J. W. Strickland. 26-12tp 60 ACRE FARM. 4 HOUSES ON highway 29, 1 mile from Hope. Mrs. [V Isabelle Brown. 3400 Hearne, Shreveport, La. 2-3tp For Rent , ONE-HALF OF MODERN FURNISH- f ed house. Close in. Private front ..and back entrances. Automatic hot For Rent 15'xlS 1 FURNISHED CABIN. APPLY, 1012 Foster Ave. 2-3tp 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 Found Hope Star Star of Hop* 1899; Pr«M 1927, ConMlt- <fat«d January 18, 1929. :«r noon by Inc. Published every week-day aft Star Publishing Co. li... C. 6. Polmw and Alex H. Washbum) at the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut itreet, Hope, Afk. . „ C. I. PALMIR, PrmkUnt ALtX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Entered as jecoricf class matter at the Postofflce at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Meons Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscrlptlex Rate (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller ana Lafayette counties, $3.SO per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republlcation 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 Dailies. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., Sterick Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avnue- New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W, Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Bldg. Charqei on Tributes, Itc.: Chorqe 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- taklritj memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility for the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. BAY MARE. SPLIT RIGHT EAR. Wt. 600 Ibs. B Z on rght fore shoulder. 5 or 6 years. F. L. Douglas. Hope Rt. 1. Box 10. 23-10tp Wanted 7c EACH PAID FOR GOOD USED feed sacks, sugar sacks, etc., delivered at our plant. BRUNER- IVORY HANDLE CO. 25-6tc Furniture For Sale 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 Wanted to Rent NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT with electric refrigerator. Aoply R. F. Simon, Citizens Bank. Bids. a 26-3tp Political Announcement The Star is authorized to announce tlie following as candidates subject to the action of the Hempstead County Democratic primary election: • Sheriff & Collector FRANK J. HILL County & Probate Clerk LEO RAY Lost water heater. Phone 164.. Mrs. Tom Carrel. 26-tf BLACK MARE MULE. WT. ABOUT 1100 Ibs. and black horse colt, 300 Ibs. Please notify Will Muldrow, Hope Rt. 3. 3-3tp FIVE ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE, ,,.,„., close in to reliable party. Rent rea- fl? sonable. C. B. Tyler. 26-3tp i l /-2 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT. i 16th and Springhill road. A. R. New•V berry. 26-3tp •# t TWO ROOM APARTMENT. UN>' - furnished. Upstairs. Also bedroom I,,-'for rent. Phone 857. Mrs. Ross. 26-3tc ^MODERN 5 ROOM HOUSE, GAS, Lights, Water. Complete bathroom. Unfurnished $20., furnished 540. per month. See E. W. Beaty, Emmet, Arkansas or Phone 784 Hope. 3-3tp TWO HOUSES, ONE 8 ROOM AND , one 5 room, mile from High School. See C. F. Baker, Phone 30-J-ll 26-6tp t -j^NICE BEDROOM THREE BLOCKS .9M|, ff 0m down town. Private entrance ''and private conveniences to couple T "Without children, business women or men. Men preferred. 116 West Ave HEFER LOST BY RAY WARD HOPK Rt. 1. 10 month old, light red solid, mully head. Please notify owner. 2-3tp 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. 3-3tp D. 24-3tdh " FURNISHED APARTMENT WITH - private bath. Electric refrigerator. Garage. Private entrance. Available Tuesday. Mrs. Anna Judson. 220 North Elm. Phone 925-J. . 28-3tp BEDROOMS. 3 BLOCKS FROM town. Innerspring mattress, reasonable price. 401 South Shover. Phone 423-J. 28-3tc '• FURNISHED GARAGE APARTMENT f[ 2 miles out on Highway 4. Gas, water, lights. Doyle Bailey. Phone 31J13. TWO-ROOM APARTMENT, UN;. furnished. 401 South Elm St. 27-3tp CFRONT BED ROOM WITH USE OF | khchen. Close In. 518 West Division f Street, Hope, Ark. i i . 27-3tp Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. The big clock in the Parliament Building in London is called Big Ben. 2. So-called "hourglasses" may be of any size to denote passage fo any length of time. 3. When it's 1 p. m. in New York, it is 11 a. m. in Denver, 6 p. m. in London, 10 a. m. in Los Angeles, noon in St. Louis, and 1 p. m. in Atlanta and Boston. 4. "Time and tide wait for no man." "There is a time and place for all things." "Time is of the essence." 5. Swiss watches get their name from the movement of their mechanism, not from whether they were made in Switzerland or by Swiss watchmakers . We,theWomen Army Wife Must Work Out Own Problems By RUTH MILLETT problems. Her husband is going into the army and she faces the problem of arrang- ing her life without him—for no one knows how many months or years. If there are no children the problem is comparatively simple. She can get a job and live the life of a single working girl— even teaming up with -some other working girl if she finds living alone too dreary. Probably she can go home to her family if she wants to, though that isn't as good a solution as becoming indepenpent. But if she has children, the problem isn't quite so simple. She has to consider them when choosing a place to live. A one-room apartment won't do. In fact even a large apartment isn't too good a place to live with healthy, lively youngsters who are used to having their own back yard to play in. So she may have to take a house If she does, there is the question ol safety, and the problem of keeping the house up without ;a man's help And very likely there will be finiucia problems, too. There is no perfect solution Her mother and father huvc invitee her to live with them— and she may have to. But that isn't the perfect solution. She'll feel she has to keep the children quiter than if the-c weren't older people around. Slia'll have tn keep eternally at them 1o pvotoc other people's possessions from them And there's quite a pnss,b : Utv tha the children will be badly spoiled by doting grandparents. All those problems are running through her mind as she tries to decidi how to manage her life without ; husband. The truth of the matter i she won't find any perfect answe no matter how hard she tries. Ther isn't any perfect solution to a broken home— even when it is broken only temporarly. All that she can do is to choose the way that seems to have the fewest drawbacks and then make the best of he situation. After all, about all she can do to help win this war is look after herself and her family without grumbling, and do it so competenty that her husband can do his tougher job without worring about her. Argentine Wool The United States imported more than 181,000,000 pounds of the 219,000,000 pounds of wool exported by Argentina between Oct. 1, 1940 and March 31, 1941. OUT OUR WAY By J.R.Williams 6RAB SUMP'N QUICK, MA/ I'M 'ZAWSTID OUT / HE GOT TIRED AM WOULPWT WALK. AKi' 3 HATTA CARRY 'IM ALL TH 1 WAV HOME / k ^-fcw» WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY WASH TUBBS The Blitz Is On TuesJcy, March 3, 1042 By Roy Crane POPEYE Too Many Romeos! Thimble Theater dor ewes) LIKE — "^ NOBODY'S BIZM6-5S < POPEVB AMD OJHA-5A HIS POPPA.' I UJOMOER IF TU)0 INI HERE HAV& <Juut. 1V41, Km(> Ptilurn Symlintt. Irwr , WotU DONALD DUCK Some Smeller! By Walt Disney YEF? I GUARANTEE HE ) FOLLOW TRACKS THAT E MOMTH9 OLD! AS »»©@@||/ir KENNELS" OKAY! BUT IF ME CANT, I SET MY MONEY PACK! rv-rr »«! \\',<, D.«-.cy Pr.-Ju.-liorj t o »..rMll....l,. n.-vntJ O~6 iSf-M !K|ff?M ( & K* r*i *! v [ I/ > ( f,- D-Tr.V'!t,-,! K- !.',• .- I ^ BLONDIE A Fool There Was! By Chic Young ( IS THAT YOU, V DAC3WOOP •II EVERY EASING WHEN I COME WOME BLONPIEASKS ME THAT SAME QUESTION- TONIGHT I'LL FOOL HER / 3-3 Copr I9«. >^.., .-multi SynJiciVf. Inc., World righli GO UPSTAIRS, ;||i' CHILDREN--! WANT TO SPEAK TO VOUR FATHER ALONE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Tsk, Tsk! By Edgar Martin RED RYDER Bragg s Bragging Now By Fred Harman ECK.OM YOU'VE CALLED & HAND , BUT "(OU StlUU HA,VEN'T GO- H1TLE BEAVER. SI^Vs.R.t, t)0 -•E SHOW-DM SOMETHING \<=> D\A0LO , RYDER .' AND *iooo REWARD.' I'LL <5£t it, coweo- OARD ©RACSG' PLENTY SMART? ALLEY OOP He'll See NOW LISTEN, OOOLA...VOU STEER/I KNOW, ALLEY. 1 KIMS JOHN'S HEAPQUARTERS HERE,AT THIS \THE BREAK-THROUGH POINT, WE'RE IS DUE ANY MOMENT/- 7 EXCELLENT/ POURING IN /NOW...THEM WEIL/THERE'LL BE A FLOOD OF/TURN THE PUANKS/ MOTHINJ& TO RESERVES/ANP CUT 'EM TO ( STOP US PIECES A NOW NOTHING, EH? THESE CRITTERS WITH THAT / BUT LET'S GET SKULL COUNTERBALANCE,.. I STARTED... KINO AN' DON'T TRV T 1 CARRV > JOHN'S FORCES TOO MUCH AMMUNITION i ARE ALREADY ATTACKING? GOES THE BATTLE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS "THE" MAYOR'S BROTHER, SOUNDS SUPER..SO ED6AR. FLEECE. BOUGHT THE LAND FOR. $2.£OO, LJNOeR. THE NAME OF "HEDGES.* FAR., NUTTY / Red-Hot Copy By Merrill Blosse7 * IN SELLING JT ary FOR AM AIRPORT, HE ONLY NETTED A PROFIT OF f 27, gOO. AND THE MAYOR. NETTED A NBW AUTOMOBILE .* ^QUESTIONED Asour THIS WHOLE AFFAIR.. THE MAYOR. FAILED To MENTION WHETHER, OR. NOT IT WAS A FIFTY-FIFTV SPLIT* WOPF YOU THAT on AgBESTDS. NUTTy' MAYOR. FLEECE SAID, *I KNOW NOTHING KNOW NOTHING ABOUT IT • My BROTHER. AND 1 SPLIT UP SEVER- t»

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