Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 11, 1942 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 11, 1942
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MOM STAId HOM, ARKANSAS Adi mutt be in office day before publication ^ You cdrl talk to only one mah Want Ads talk to Thousands ' SELL, KtNT, BUY OR SWA* ill Wdnt Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone On* time—Ic W»K», mlnliHUm 30e ThfA Hrtits—JVit W»rd, mlnimiMn SOe $l» llm«—!e word, minimum 75e One month—lie word, minimum $2.70 ^ «Gtw\ utfc *<jr continuous (ns*r*«im om* "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For S«l« P3M* NICE REGISTERED COCKER ttid pointer puppies. Padgitts Ken, 3 miles South on 29. 18-30tp SEED,-".D &PL 12, STONE- 2.-B, first year from breeder. Alfalfa) Les»edza, and oJhn* See T, S. McDaVttt. . • - 2-18-tf |;vH0«SES it MULES. PART DOWN in fall. All sizes and ages. McRae, Jr,, at McRae Co. 23-14tc * ?HORtH DAKOTA CERTIFIED TRI- Cotton Se^d, Stoneville 2*B, arid ROWDEN 41. See me buying. J. W. Strickland. ' ; .- , . 26-12tp 'PAIR YOUNG MULES, .ONE 4 AND :S years old. Wt. 1100 Tbs. each. ' interested See-R. A. Johnson late ^Afternoon of Sundays. ll-12tp nfeg.A»-. _—..t • . .^ _ - '_ For Rent BEDROOM THREE .BLOCKS down town. Private ' entrance vate conveniences to couple ut children, business women or ; -'met). Men preferred. 116 West Aye. • _ _ If liAHdE BEDROOM. CONVENIENT *" '$> I bath. For men or women. 520 Vi "North Washington. 7-6tp i ' • ' l>liA!tbE BEDROOM, INNER-SPRING „ »' mattress, two laJge closets. Private if- entrance Phone 657-W, 801 S. Main. ll-3tc Notice DONT TAKE A CHANC1! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp DO tfOU WANT A BETTER JOB? Then xvhy wait? See Miss Mary Loggins in charge of our Hope School located in the Carrigan Building and ask about our Special Civil Service Course that will prepare you quickly for a Civil Service examination. The government needs thousands pf stenographers. Perry Business School, Hope, Arkansas. 10-12te Found 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 Wonted to Rent 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- meht, 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 f } fUKNISHED 4-ROOM APARTMENT, ?:T'j k Nelwiy decorated. Private bath. ; '^ Electric refrigerator and garage. No » ^ ^children or pets. Mrs. Anna Judsofl /I SO North Elm. Phone 925-J. 10-3tc WILL BUY OR RENT TYPEWRIT- ers from individual owners. See Mrs. Eugene Boyce, instructor, Perry Business Schools, Carrigan Building, S. Elm, Hope. 10-6tc OF MODERN HOUSE. ' Unfurnished. Close in. Private front and back entrance. Also small furn- apartment. Mrs Tom Carrel. Phone 164 10-tf • Lost Hope Star Star of Hop*. 1899; Prrni 192/, Conwll dotad Jonuoiy 18, 1929. Published every week-day oftef neon by Star Publishing Co, Inc. (C. E. Palmer and Alex H. WashbUfn) Qt the Stor building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hop*. Ark. .._ ..*•'• PALMM, Prwld.nt AIM. M. WASHBURN, Editor and P«W(t»l.t Entered as secincf elass matter at th« Postofflca at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act Of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Suburiptlon Rote ('Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. National Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dollies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., Shriek Building; Chicago, -100 North Michigan Avnue- New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W, Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Bldo* Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Choroe will be mode for oil tributes, cords 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- takirfti memorials. The Stor disclaims responsibility for the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. 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 JtOOM FURNISHED APARTMENT, private entrance. Mrs. Raymond Smith, 606 S. Hamilton. 10-3tp BLACK PATTEN LEATHER PURSE, containing important papers, SPG Badge, federal auto sticker. Finder may keep §10 for return of Bap. to Mrs. Alma Campbell. Chief SPG Clerk, Phone, SPG Extension 48 or 830. iQ.lt STORIES IN STAMPS ROOM FURNISHED MOD- Sf ern apartment and also five room , if- furnished apartment Jas. H. Ben- L\S nett. 110 N. Washington St. 9-3tp fl*K} V - - • - - c : *W6 FURNISHED ROOMS OR 3 1L furnished rooms. Refrigerator bills ^-aid. 219 Gee St., Prescott. Mrs. R. Anderson. 9-ltp, f^Vsj ROOM HOUSE. NEWLY DECORAT- fed. Will rent all or part 3rd and *g Shover. Snack Shop. WHEEL CHAIR. PHONE 212 Mrs. E. J. Baker, 9-3tc • ROOM FURNISHED APART- t, Water, Lights and Garden. Highway 4, on Rosston Road, miles, Mrs. G. L. Johnson.. ..9-6tp ROOM FURNISHED APART- i Electric refrigerator; Utilities . Also nice bedroom, innerspring mattress Phone 712-J. 402 N. Hervey St 10-3tp « ROOM HOUSE FURNISHED AND ?A' y double garage. Reasonable, 421 N. •*, Hervey. lllStp Room and Board EXTRA WELL BALANCED HOME- cooked meals, also room for one or "^ two men. 723 S. Elm. Phone 238. 10-6tc I '; Furniture For Sale it?- FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO. 117 " - - $ pouth Elm Street. We are selling 'f out and all furniture must go. » Many outstanding buys. Come in -t today. All sales final. 20-tf IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS I" Amoved next door to Saenger Theater jgy c <• For better prices on furniture see t VMJ, 4-lmpd. Air School MEN AND WOMEN, 18-4S VITALLY needed by aircraft factories. You must be trained and in good physical condition. See our representative, Mr. Mills at Barlbw Hotel, Thursday or Friday for full information. AIRCRAFT TRAINING SCHOOLS, Dallas. 3-3tp Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Helena is capital of Montana. 2. Senator Burton K. Wheeler is the state's famous senior senator. 3. Jack Detnpsey defended his heavyweight title at Shelby, Mont, against Tommy Gibbons, July 4, 1923. 4. Montana is bounded on the north by Canada. 5. Indians undet- Sitting Bull massacred Gen. George Custer and 276 of his men near the Little Big Horn river. Barbs Gross Indebtedness often is due to gross neglect. It used to be "tramp, tramp, tramp the boys are marching." Now it's stamp, stamp, stamp, to keep 'em flying. Buy all you can! JuSt as a friendly warning—ten inches of skin were grafted on an Oklahoma man who smoked a cigaret in bed. Only a great state would own un to its faults. Texas admits she leads in producing spinach. Chewing gum costs Americans $50000,000 annually—which is a lot of money to stick under chairs and tables. Costa Rica, U. S. Have Been Friends 80 Years RICA'S decision to join the United States in declaring war on the axis was not merely in the interest of hemispheric solidarity. Rather was it an outgrowth of 80 years' friendship between the two nations. The stamp above, issued in 1901, shows a view of Costa Rica's National Theater. This structure is outstanding for its architectural beauty, sculpture, gold and bronze decorations, and murals by European artists. Harmony between the U. K. and Costa Rica dates to 1861 when President Lincoln instructed the American Minister Charles N. Riotte ". . . to let Costa Rica rely, on the sympathy and support of the United States if at any time she shall need them." Prior to that time diplomatic relations between the two nations were strained by the-actions of an| American filibustering force led by William Walker. Walker seized; power in Lower California and later in Nicaragua. They attempted to dominate other Central American states but were defeated by Costa Rican troops in 1856. In 1936 the U. S. and Costa Rica :oncluded a reciprocal trade agreement with benefits for both Countries. In 1940 the U. S. loaned her southern neighbor f.4,600,000 to complete her section oJ 1!'e Pan-American highway OUT OUR WAY By J.R. Williams WE AIN'T GOT NO SHAPE NOT FOR YOU IT ISN'T.' AROUND OUR HOUSE, SO X PULLED YOUNG TREES UP DOWN BV TH' CREEK-THEY SAV THIS IS THE TIME TO PLANT STUFF YOU SHOULD WAIT TILL THEY LEAVE OUT , SO VOU CAN TELL WHICH END TO LEAVE OUT/ WASH TUBBS , Mawh 11, 1942 The Goal By Roy Crdni 60M8AY....TO CALCUTTA AND , EASY FLIES WI6WT OVER A MOUNTAIN Blackout on Portside! Thimble Theater VEH, I '-/AM UJlTMME t-K<. I'LL F-IWD OUT LUHAT MAKES THEWS «aO DUMB MEM, I HADDA BUACKEM OWS'«£, LE-FT ewe «50"=, COULD TfrLU THE-V DON'T KMQU) t>IFF|CULT N THEIR LEFT PROM SH6UJIW 'EM UUHlGH & J 9 WHICH DO YA NO Tt TO HANDLE THEIR RI6HT- DONALD OIKJK Not the Only Pebble on the Beach ( \\HWS THE ) ^DON'T 7 BE-SILLY! \ BUCKET < / OF SKND \ '<* FOR, roorstr ) : KRE Y 1 ENTERING/ * YOUR SECOND S CHILDHOOD 1 ? IT'S FOR PUTTING OUT By Walt Disney INCENDIARY ...B-BO-. (-BOMBS!/ Jji.ifiMiifi^t^Kmj K-itu(TifitiiJi.Jlf. ln> > if ~~^\, BLONDIE The Horsy Set! By Chic Young GEE, THAT WAS A < LOT OF FUN ASJV RUB3IMG ALCOHOL? BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Wotta Y'Know By Edgar Martin RED RYDER Worth Thinking About By Fred Harmon VJHO IS |f,M? WHY— .VJHY— OH, GEE >VJH|SKERS,ITS RED RYDER/ VJHEEEE ,' UK.E A V3EE.T5.' \C SCHOOL? 1 DONTI GO ^ SROWM THOUC3HT YOLVD BE SCHOOL— OR. ARE >ou PLAYING HDOKEY ? ib SCHOOL,' ALLEY OOP THE VALLEY, R£t>.' THE POPULATION' \S hAOSTLY "' ^ CDweoVS, Al^D OUST Prisoner of War OUfZ PREHISTOKMC FEIEMD3 WERE H/>V,M<3 A HIGH OLD TIME DIVE-BOMBIMG KIN1S JOHN'S > IE ADGJU ARTEKS UNTTIL A BOWN/\AN SHOT OOOl-A'S PTERODACTYL OUT OF THE. SKY..... SHE MOW EtOOOVfe A PREGAJ2IOUS Z CAM'T HOLD ON MUCH LONGER...I'VE SOT TO TO THROW MVSELF OVE OWTO THE WALL/ ROOF OF TOWER FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ByV.T, Hamlin r L Razzberries! 1842 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. BEC. U. S. P*T. OFF By Merrill Blosser YOU ANYTHIN© TO SAY FOR, I I PRESS, BEFORE YOU GO INTO YouVr PRATED LOOK WELL IM MY OPINION. RETIREMENT, MR.. MAYOR.? THIN6S I NEVER. TeHMiTes. I'LL SAID> NOW 1LU GIVE YOU SOMETHING To PUT IM YOUR. PAPER.-?- AND I'LL GIVE YOU |IO Or tLI— li • / 9 t

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