Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 9, 1942 · Page 2
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H 0 M 9 T A R, MOM, ARKANSAS lassified You Can talk to only one man Wdnt Ads talk to Thousands SELL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP II Want Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone : Oto tlnw—J* weld, minimum JOc Thrt* tints —3y»e word, minimum SOc ' Six »lm«—Se wofd, minimum 7Se One month—18e word, minimum $2,70 Hates ore for continuous Insertions onh. "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sal* NICE KEGIST^RBD COCKER •fed-,pointer puppies. Padgltts Ken- miles South on 29. 18-30tp _ SEED, D &PL 12, STONE- ita 2'B, first year from breeder. Alfalfa, Lespedza, and oJhn- ee T. S. McDavitt. '' DON'T TAKK A CHANC1! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp & MtJLES. PART DOWN imbalance in fall. All sizes and ages. Dotscy McRae, Jr., at McRae Omplement Co. 23-14tc 3RTH DAKOTA CERTIFIED TRI- Ptonphs; Cotton Seed. Stoneville 2-B, PL and ROWDEN 41. See me I before buying. J.W.Strickland. 26-12tp )j« #ORD COUPE, EXCELLENT CON- ttlijtion, four new tires and tubes, igoodt spare, price reasonable. See I'or write, Autrel Ursery,. Box 157, ott, .Arkansas. .'. : : STALLION, 6 YEARS OLD, 1500 Ibs. J. W. Harper, 2 miles McCaskill. 4-6tp ES. & TUBES. SIZES 600-16. 1001 ;W. 7th Street. 7-3tp „„„ POTATO SEED — STATE ^certified. Red velvet, Nancy Hall Coin, Porto Rico, Bunch Porto .., S1.25 bu. Commercial pack B"arm. D. M. Samuel, Rt. 3 7-3tp For Rent Notice Furniture For Sale FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO. 117 South Elm Street. We are selling out and all furniture must go, Many outstanding buys. Come in today. All sales final. 20-tf IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater For better prices on furniture see xis. 4-lmpd. Found Hope Star Stew of Hop*, 189$; Prm* 192?, Conwll- dat«d January 18, 1929. PublbMd evary wMk-day aft«f noon by Star Publishing Co. Inc. (C. 6. Palmer and Alex H. Washbum) at the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. C. I. PALMER, Pr«tM«nt All*. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Entered as second class matter at th« Postofflce at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscription Rofe ^Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; Hempstead, Nevadd, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; els& where $6.50. Member of The Associated fnn: 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 Dallle- Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., S»ertck Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avnue; New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W, Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Bldg. Charges on Tribute*, Ere.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the deported. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the n«ws columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space- taklrilj 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 to Rent 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment, or small unfurnished house. Call 532-W. 7-tf-dh Wonted NEW OR RENEWED SUBSCRIPTION to any magazine published. Charles Reynerson, City Hall. 7-12tc ICE BEDROOM THREE BLOCKS down town. Private entrance private conveniences to couple fj without children, business women or %trnen. Men preferred. 116 West Ave. It'D. 24-3tdh :ONT BEDROOM, ADJOINING Shbath, with or without board. 606 N. f Elm. 6-3tp (TO OR THREE ROOM APART- it. Also bedroom with kitchen fHpriveleges. Close in. Mrs. M. E. "V Edgington, 505 S. Walnut St 6-3tp |ONE ROOM FURNISHED APT. C Private bath. Adults. Mile east of ij Hope on Highway 67. Near over- ij-'pass. C. G. Cooper! . 6-3tp |'4-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT. K * Private bath. 203 East Avenue C. 6-3tc t or 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART- I'tinent. Apply McDowell's Dept Store. After 7 p. m. apply 821 S. Walnut. 7-6tp SHED APARTMENT. FOUrj 5 'rooms and private bath. 3 blocks .'from postoffice. Available March 15. I' Phone 17. 7-3tc ,*LARGE BEDROOM. to bath. For men North. Washington. CONVENIENT or women. 520 7-6tp BEDROOMS. INNER SPRING rfjnattresses. Hot running water. Con- 'nient to bath, 815 South Main. ? Phone 404-W. 7-3tc. "WELL EQUIPPED THREE-ROOM f furnished apartment. Utilities paid. See Hazel Abrarn at Mary's Beauty ;• Shop. 9-3tc Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Psge One 1. Tlie president pro tem, elected by tile Senate, or any senator designated by him or the vice president presides during the vice president's absence. 2. The House and Senate Naval Affairs Committee pass on bills affecting the Navy, but do not direct the fleet in action. 3. Adolph J. Sabath of Chicago, born in 1866, is oldest member of the House in point of service, having served 34 years. He heads Rules Committee. 4. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., of Massachusetts, is grandson of the Senator Henry Cabot Lodge who opposed the League of Nations. 5. Austin is from Vermont, Barkley from Kentucky, Byrd from Virginia, Capper from Kansas and O'Mahoney from Wyoming. Political Announcement The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to the action of the Hempstead County Democratic primary election: Sheriff & Collector FRANK J. HILL County & Probate Clerk LEO RAY Tax Assessor JOHN RIDGDILL Legal Notice ANNUAL SCHOOL ELEC11ON March 21, 1942 ROOM FURNISHED MOD- fl 'i ern apartment and also five room apartment Jas.- H. Ben- HO N. Washington St 9-3tp FURNISHED ROOMS OR 3 .furnished rooms. Refrigerator bills paid. 219 Gee St., Prescott. Mrs. R. '. Anderson. 9-ltp £ROOM HOUSE. NEWLY DECORAT- Will rent all or part 3rd and iver. Snack Shop. ULT WHEEL CHAIR. PHONE 212 E, J. Baber. 9.3tc O ROOM.FURNISHED APART" Water, Lights and Garden. Highway 4, on Rosston. Road, miles. Mrs. G. L. Johnson. ..9-Ctp Notice i.| nereby given that the Annual School Election will be held the third Saturday, Ma i-ch 21, 1942 between the hours of 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. at the voting places designated by the County Board of Education and used for sa;d elections for the pnst 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 they may vote on any other question that may c.e submitted which is in accord with ihu school laws 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, Stephenson, Shiloh, Oak Grove Fair Star, Centerville, Chestnut Hill Nazarene, Wesley Grove, Temple. Hope School District will elect school directors for term of three years. One member of County Board o Education for Zone No. 1, and on member representing the County a a whole rae to be elected. E. E. Austin County Supervisor March 7 Library Notes The Columbus branch Library is low open for the renewal of the membership of the patrons of this ibrary. This is a public library and everybody is envited to join it and visit the library and see what it is doing for the community. Many new Books have been added lately, some of which have are: Adult: "The Sweeping Tide" by Anne Duffield, "Priscilla Won't" by Jean Randall, "Inconstant Star" by Adelaide Humphries; "Europe in the Spring" by Claire Booth, "The Beloved Traitor" by Frank L. Packard, and other interesting books by well known authors. Juvenile: "Grasshopper Gold" by Barnett, "The Cat Who Went to Heaven" by Coatsworth, "Lassie Come Home" by Eric Knight and "Son of the Apple Valley" by Heyliger. The library board, Mrs. J. S. Wilson, chairman; Mrs. C. R. White, secretary; R. F. Caldwell and R. C tuart, met last week and discussec le rules and regulations of the li- rary. Legal Notice Notice of Sale—Notice is hereby given hat the undersigned mortgagee in a mortgage executed by Clovis Chism 0 the United States on the 28 day of January. 1942 and duly filed in the office of the Recorder in and for -lempstead County, Arkansas; the said Clovis Chism having waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the state of Arcansas; pursuant to the powers granted under the terms of the aforemen- :ioned mortgage, and by the laws of the State of Arkansas, will on the 11 day of March, 1942 at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon of said date,' at Clovis Chism, in the County of Hempstead, State of Arkansas, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property, towit: 1 yellow Jersey cow, Pearl, 800 lb., 11; 1 bay mare, Tillie, 1000 lb., 5; 1 sorrel mare, Bubbles, 1050 lb., 5; 1 brown Jersey cow, 700 lb., 6; 1 Dixie cooker; 1 break plow; 1 Ga. Stock; 2 sets of harness; 1 Oliver Cultivator; 1 Cotton and corn planter No. 59. Witness my hand this the 9 day of March, 1942, United States of America, By John V. Ferguson County Supervisor, OUT OUR WAY By J.R.Williams OH,SHE'LL BE HERE TODAY, tUZ SHE KNOWS THE IRON1N' VS 'BOUT <30 I'M Jl$ PUTTIN' THIS UNIRONEP ON TO GIVE VOUR A HINT OF HOW WE HAVE TO GO LOOKIN' WHILE YOU PO HER LAUNDRY-- eive HER HINT/ X CAM RUM THIS HOME WITHOUT YOUR PANICS- Av DEPRESSION IS BAD ENOUGH.' _*«.««fvMUMn««.i«P. T/ *t «C. W.«/fAT.Off. S^*^***"*- 15 MOTHERS <3ET GRfcY g-y Monday, March $, 194 A Happy Meeting WASH TUBBS By Roy Cra THEM WE'LL 60 TO tWE AARWRT, AMD I'LL CONTACT HEAP . QUARTERS 1 SAY HERE'S IP WU'RE WE CAN. LEAVE HMEJ6REATJ SOOWEft THE CAPTAIM SMYTHE- JONES HERE.,. BEEW LOOKING FOR US...' HE HAS lfJSTROCTIdN!5 TO TA<E YOU AS FAR CALCUTTA SHOULU YOU BE FOUND YOU STILL HAVE. « MESSAGE? PR. 194? BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. 8. PAT. OFF. Practice Makes Perfect Thimble Theater ftT WAS ME! ME -50J, FERCdOT Hl<=. EXTER -SUIT SO I HOV=PED OV6R TO "5PIWACHOVA AM ^TOIUED AWAV OM YA SEZ VA ARE K./ HE'S, I CAME ON BOARD HAMMOCK BONES?) DrSfcUtSED A-=> FOPE4e THE We<5, AND BOTH OF 4OU FAKERS, MADE LOVE TO ME / I SHOULD HAVE- KNOWN THEW WEREN'T J \_THE REAL POPEME .Y. ADMIRAL. OF OUR NSvu SPINACH- OVA NAW, TO SEE HOUD 4OUR MEM REACTED TO COMMAND CHIEF'OF THE SPIMACHOVA SSCRIK •SERVICE? DISGUISED AS MOLJRSELF? DONALD DUCK Come Early and Avoid the Rush! By Walt Disney THERE! NOW S ^86-2,043.50 BLONDIE Off the Beam! By Chic Young 'hljTwHAT 'T DID i DID you 41 i' EMJOV VOUR ) BREAKFAST < PEAR? BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Just Too Bad By Edgar Martin .COPR. 1942 BY NEA SERVICE^NC. T. M. RED. U. S. PAt. OFF RED RYDER On His Way By Fred Harmon WONDER WHAt VJIUL DO VOiTrt REWARD FOR. CATCH IN DIABLO KMOVJ,0UT \f HE COULD STICK TO HIS MONEY LIKE HE CAN TO A BRDMC^Be DON'T TE.UL YOU'RE OPE.NING ACCOUNT, RYDER MOPE.' CLOSING ONE.' THE DUCHESS SOME ON HE CATTLE LAST WINTER..' TEAR UP THE NOTE. A.ND HER. THE PIECES ,' BUT 1 GET OUTA TOWN— HEADIN" fOR NEW MEXICO ALLEY OOP Direct Hit V. i. Hamhn OH, OH/ THERE GOES OOO1.A ,„ MEBBE SHE'U. HAVE BETTER LUCK.' DAKI6ED IF THAT KINJO JOHN HASN'T A CHARMED LIFE/ 1 PONT KNOW HOW MISSED; ENGLAND, rzisA.p.,..TAKING A LEAP FROM THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF MOPERN WARFARE, OUR. PREHIS- TOR4C T/ME-TRAVELERS TOOK TO THE AIR. TO EFFECT THE DESTRUCTION OF KIN6 JOHN'S ARMY. WE NOW FINP OOP AMP OOOLA (mew's NO st/cw WORD A5 COConuTTlNG") THE TEEEIFIEP MONARCH'S HEAPQUARTERS. DEFENSE BONDS —^= STAMPS By Merrill Blosser In Black and White FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS DID YOU GET IT JUNE ? I BOUGHT THAT PROPERTY FOR. AND SOLD tT FOR. $3O,OOO/ THAT'S NOT A PROFIT OF $ZS,OOO, COOK SO GET THAT STRAIGHT .' —AND I WANT YOU TO PRINT A RETRACTION / 1 WANT YOU TO ADMIT THAT YOU WROTE THOSE THINSS ONLY BECAUSE YOU WANTED TO BE A NEWSPAPER. ACCORDING TO KAY FIGURES. YOU BOUK5HT SOME LAND AND SOLD IT ~K> THE I GOT IT ALL RIGHT/ OTV AT A NET , PROFIT OF *2S,OOO/ COPA. 1M2 BY MEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF

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