Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 6, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, March 6, 1942
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H> , Ybu eon talk to ohly one man . ' Want Ads talk to Thousands SILL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP |AH Want Ads cash In advance. Not taken over the Phone On* tint*—It wwd, minimum 30c Thtet tlmej—3 y 2 c word, minimum SOe Wx Um«—5t word, minimum 73e One month—18c ward, minimum $2.70 Kat« are tor continuous lns«r*iona cmiv "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale g'SQME NICE REGISTERED COCKER » and pointer puppies. Padgitts Kennels, 3 miles South on 29; 18-30tp SEED, D &PL 12, STONE£*• */ villc 2-B, first year from breeder. ' Hay, Alfalfa, Lespedza, and <»Jhnson grass, See T. S. McDavitt. 2-18-tf •^'HORSES & MULES. PART DOWN i balance in fall. All sizes and ages. '«, See Dorsey McRae, Jr., at McRae ^ Implement Co. 23-14tc NORTH DAKOTA CERTIFIED TRU i ' ft « * umphs. Cotton Seed, Stoneville 2-B, ,.; * D&PL and ROWDEN 41. See me 6 ' before buying. J. W. Strickland. 26-12tp «£$ FORD COUPE, EXCELLENT CON- *dition, four new tires and tubes, good spare, price reasonable. See or write, Autrel Ursery, Box 157, ii f Prescott, Arkansas. BAY STALLION, 6 YEARS OLD, 1500 Ibs. J. W. Harper, 2 miles McCaskiU. , ' 4-6tp &. TUBES. SIZES 600-16. 1001 W. 7th Street. 7-3tp tSWEET POTATO SEED — STATE f y, tf certified. Red velvet, Nancy Hall, '•fUGpld Coin, Porto Rico, Bunch Porto j: Rico, SI 25 bu Commercial pack. f At Farm. D. M. Samuel, Rt. ' 3, Hope. 7-3tp For Rent Notice DONT TAK^l A CHANCl! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp Furniture For Sole 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 IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater For better prices on furniture see us. 4-lmpd. Found Hope Star Star of Ho(b*, s 1«99; PrtM !«/, ary 18, 192*. datti January Published ««v«ry wtek-day after noon by Sh» Publishing Co. Inc. (C. E. Palrnef and Alex H. WewhUurn) at the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hops, Ark. C I. PALMER, Pr«ld«nt AL«. H. WASHBURN, Vdlfor ,*4 Entered as secomT class matter at tht Postoffle* at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. v.- ' Ap '— M ean» Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscription Rate (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week I5c; Hempsteod, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Auoclated Preit! The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republlcation of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. National Advertising Repraientatlvo— Arksntot palll«t.' Inc.;' Memphis/ Tenn., SJerlck Building; Chicogo, 400 Norttf Michigan Avrtue; New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W, Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Blag. Charaes on Tributes, Etc.: Chorqe will be mode for all tributes, cards of thanks resolutions, or. memorials, concornina the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy In the news colurnns to protect their readers from a deluge of space- takirto memorials. The Star disclaims. responsibility for the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. BAY MARE. SPLIT RIGHT EAR. Wt. 600 Ibs. B Z on rght fore shoulder. 5 or 6 years. F. L. Douglas. Hope Rt 1. Box 10. 23-10tp e$ vi ^' 5 Xv ' -VT~\: NICE BEDROOM THREE BLOCKS Vfrom down town. Private entrance and private conveniences to couple without children, business women or " men. Men preferred. 116 West Ave. , D. 24-3tdh FURNISHED APARTMENT. TWO roomc, kitchenette. Large closet. Phone 679. 5-3tp Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Ford, Chrysler and General Motors are known as the Big Three. • 2. The Comet, Moon and Star once were manufactured in the United States but not the Meteor. 3. Self-starters were standard equipment before balloon tires and four-wheel brakes. 4. Studebaker started as a buggy manufacturer. 5. In addition to Detroit, cars are made in Flint, Pontiac, and Laqsing, Mich. 6 ROOM HOUSE, FURNISHED. Dorsey McRae Phone 118 or 75. 5-3tp NICE FRONT BEDROOM. PRIVATE entrance. Adjoining bath. -Will ,, share kitchen Adults only. 623 N. Elm. Phone 889-W. 6-3tp CFRONT BEDROOM, ADJOINING . bath, with or without board. 606 N. V Elm. 6-3tp TWO OR THREE ROOM APART- p-v^ nsant. Also bedroom with kitchen -n priveleges Close in. Mrs. M. E. t ' Edgington, 505 S. Walnut St. • •tif^viHjc- ROOM FURNISHED APT. ^ | Private bath. Adults. Mile east 'of t ^ Hope on Highway 67. Near ove'r- i"jf- pass. C. G. Cooper. 6-3tp « ' < J,4-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT. I * Private bath. 203 East Avenue C. • -.-.••'..• 6-3tc or 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART>4<"5; v ment. Apply McDowell's Dept. ?!.fr Store. After 7 p. m. apply 821 S. i-^f Walnut. , 7-6tp ^•''^UNFURNISHED APARTMENT. FOUR ^ lf I' rooms and private bath. 3 blocks \t~ from postoffice. Available March 15. ( *• Phone 17. 7-3tc LAPGE BEDROOM. CONVENIENT to bath. For men or women. 520 '' Noith Washington. 7-6tp 3 BEDROOMS. INNER SPRING mattresses. Hot running water. Convenient to bath. 815 South Main , Phone 404-W. . 7-3tc Wanted to Rent <? (ill <>i |f ,V A .3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment, or small u).ifurnished house. Call 53i-W. 7-tf-dh Wanted Injun Fighters Ready for Japs They Are the 'Siuslaw Rifles' of Civilian Defense By NEA Service EUGENE, Ore.— Who says the spirit of the old West is dead? You can be sure it's very much alive along the Pacific coast region of Lane. County, Oregon. That's where several hundred men recently "mobil- Political Announcement The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to the action of the Hempstead Coxinty Democratic primary election: ;' Sheriff & Collector FRANK.J. HILL County & Probate Clerk LEO RAY Legal Notice NEW OR RENEWED SUBSCRIPTION to any magtizine published. Charles Reyner&-.-\, City Hall. 7-12tc ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION March 21, 1942 Notice is nereby' given that the Annual School Election will be held the third Saturday, Mat'ch 21, 1D42 between the hours of 2 p. in. and 6:30 p. m. at the voting places designated by the County Board of Education and used for said elections for the past five years or longer. The electors will vote for or against school tax, fixing the millage for general school purposes and that for debt service. Also Ihey may vote on any other question that may bt submitted which is in accord with tho school losses of the state of Arkansas. The-following school districts having less than 150 persons of scholastic age will elect one school director for term of three years: Rocky Mound, DeAnn, Iron Springs, Nolen, Summon Island, S'tephenson, Shiloh, Oak Grove, Fair Star, Centerville, Chestnut Hill, Nazarene, Wesley Grove, Temple. Hope School District will elect 2 school directors for term of three years. ' One member of County Board of Education for Zone No. 1, and one member representing the County as a whole rae to bu elected. E. E. Austin County Supervisor March 7 ized" to give any possible invading Japanese a taste of good old American "Injun fightin.' " Organized After War Declaration Armed with a variety of weapons ranging from squirrel guns to old 40-82's (which will knock over a 900- pound elk), they call themselves the "Siuslaw Rifles." The organization sprang into action the second night of the war, when a Coast Guard warning advised civilian defense leaders to be on the alert for a possible Japa- anese parachute attack. Some 200 armed men hastily gathered and patrolled highways, tunnels and sections of the beach. The Siuslaw Rifles can now muster about 500 men, who can assemble from every valley and inlet along the coast in less than an hour, and the group is the only authorized armed civilian defense outfit in the country. These modern "Minute Men" aren't fooling. Trained in the ways of the woods, crack shots with their own favorite guns, they stand ready to harrass and hinder any invading force, until regular army troops arrive. The Siuslaw Rifles have chosen officers, organized loosely along military lines, and mapped plans for defence of their part of the Pacific coastline. Lumberjacks, woodcutters, fishermen, resort owners and farmers make up the group. They are almost all familiar with the rough terrain, the dense pine forests and the back-woods roads used for logging and hunting, and manv of them are descendants of pioneers who were "mustered in" every so often back in the 1850's to fight Indiana in southern Oregon. Rehearsing for Enemy Invasion While they await possible developments, plans for mobilization are being perfected, problems of supplying ammunition to the many types of guns are being studied, and members of the force are practicing up on handling themselves in the woods. Headquarters of the Rifles is in Florence. An oil dealer, husky Roy Bowman, is head of the organization. Each of his lieutenants is responsible for a group of men in their own vicinity . Like their hardy frontiersman forr bears, who plowed with one hand and held their guns ready in the other they are ready to drop their axes, grab the family rifle and defend theii homes. OUT OUR WAY By J.R. Williams DOMT YOU TAKE THET SET ONJES I. TOOK. OFF= MV BLJLJE. —THE 0^slES THET HAlNiT RUSTED V>T IS NWNiE.— 1'\_\_ 'EM/ I'M vjEST ABOUT AFOOT IM MV ' T-'U- BE- DANK3E.D IF X. WAKTT TO BH AFOOT OM HOSSBACK I DIS AU_. DE. HAVJSMOES DEV HXXD |»J TOWVJ-- OME SET OB KJUMBAH FOUR, SHOES— C>EV <SAV DE WAR. AM TAK\K1' MOS' OB t. W.fttC. W,». I'AT. Oft HOM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS Saturday, March WASH TUBBS Afoot and A-Carnel By Roy C 15AV.OU)' CHAPJ WMfiftsW YOU BEEN? i COrAE PRETTY TIREP- .. TO BE A CINCH \ TO OUTRUN 'EM TO MA.H00T? -v j. -^r^T|Wuu> wrvv* wnBKBVC yuw DCCN? j. HI VA, >THOUGHT THEy WEftE <*jOINa To BLCOMIW6 FELLA! WssfcwaBL WELL EXECUTE YOU/ PRECIOUS LITTLE TIME TO ' LOSE? , Just Call Me Dick! SO VER GiOMBR. ^V& V ?REST HAH? ' HOUU KIN VA? THERE AIN'T NO PQLEECEMEM OR / . i AM- HAMMOCK IZZAT-SO? PROVE BONESI AM A DETECTIVE. 1 DISGUISE? urcffl&n DONALD DUCK Victory in De-Feet! By Walt Disne f-: •"• i-ij C DnmbiinJ ly The Informer! BLONDIE By Chic Youn C?AGWOOP> WILL YOU HELP ME WITM THE PISHES ? CSE5* PIPY 6OO-GOO BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Mart RED RYDER The Long, Long Trai By Fred Harm YOU \MIS1,RYDER./ YDU'LU \ ./ I WONn,HUH.' IF YOU KNEVO • •— "•• I-WII-^ •)* ^. I *-"^| >. • |WM l_ l_ SS.-T THE *|000 RE-VOARO „ ..._ .. RDR CApfuR.irtG DIABLO , 0nfJ[ VOEUL ENOUGH YOU VdOM't LEAVE ME . '\ THEM , YOU AfOOt OS5 UlS T65ERT/ fa»i«- \ ALL RIGHT BRASS—AMD "DON'T SHOW UP IN PAlrtTEP VJATER. HOUE.S WILD STALLIOSl Ground Versus Air ALLEY OOP ByV.T. Hamlj DADGUM IT.' KING IS CASTl VWHEM HI COOK KIMG KEEP MOVIN.,. HEEE COMES FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS It Works! I Guess iw THE euy TMF . w- MAYOR'S BROTHER, is MOST ) So lOUR House , PAINT AND CALL ME R LOOK IN THE LAST PiACE THINK MAYOR-'S ANXIOUS NOT To see, go— J WOULD BE THE LAST FIRST, WE'LL GEf NOWHERE PARKEP "^ BELONGS PLACE HED C3O/ FASTER., IF YOU KNOW WHAT i MEAN / IM THF I TO A MAN DRIVEWAY, 1 WHO MOM ? J WANTS TO 1 HAVE A TALK WITH YOU, . SYLVESTER/ COPR. 1942 GV NEA SERVICE. IMC. T. M. REO.

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