Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 13, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, March 13, 1942
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SS -> ' fcfa Mfi fflliif be in office day before publication' You COrt tdlk to only one man ' Wdfit Ads tdlk to Thousands StU, HINT, IUY OR SWA* int Ads cash in ddvance. Not tdken over the Phone tW-Je wort, minimum"Jde"" three tlm»j--Svit *ohi, mlnlmunt SOt ' times—3c word, minimum 73c One month— 18c word, minimum J2.>0 Rote* or» fof continuous lns«r»ton« oniv PHE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" for Sol* lCE REdlSTEREB COCKER "painter puppies. Padgitts -Ren, 3 miles South on 29. 18-30tp m, DN SEED, D &PL 12, STONE._ 2-B, first year from, breeder. y, Alfalfa, Lesjedia, and oJhn- gtass." See T. S. McDavitt. 2-18-tf' J&SSES & MULES. PART DOWN jpalance in Tall. All sizes and ages. fSee Dorsey McHae, Jr., at McRae " aplement Co. ' 23-14tc DAKOTA CERTIFIED TRI- Cotton Seed. Stoneville 2-B, PL and ^OWDEN 41. See me |before buying. J. W. Strickland. 26-12tp yOUNG MULES, ONE 4 AND lone 5 years old. fat. 1100 Ibs. each, interested see R. A. Johnson late afternoon or Sundays. l'l-12tp For Rent ICE BEDROOM THREE BLOCKS '^onj down town. Private entrance I,'private conveniences to couple Without children, business women or ti. v Men preferred. 116 West Ave. 24-3tdh ,RGE BEDROOM. CONVENIENT ?;.bath. For men or women.' 520 11 Washington. ' Y-6tp ^GE BEDROOM, INNER-SPRING kttress, two large closets. Private foance. Phone 657-W, 801 S. Main. "*« ll-3tc Room and Board EXTRA WELL BALANCED HOME- cooked meals, also room for one or two men. 723 S. Elm. Phone 238. •• 10-6tc Notice DON'T TAKE A CHANC1! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT C o. Phone 10, WASHINGTON. ARKANSAS. l-234mp DO YOU WANT A BETTER JOB? Then why -wait? See Miss Mary Loggms 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 of stenographers. Perry Business School, Hope, Arkansas. 10-12tc Hone Star of Hop*. »4W; Pftet 1M?, C dot>d J*iua»y 18, J92f. noon by -ISk 6 -*/ 01 ?^*" 1 •"• A I (W i H - Woshbum) at »h« Star building, 212-2)4 South Walnut _ stf««t, Hbpt, Ark. „ E . nt . e i*<l o' secondf class matt«r. ot th« Postofficy ot Hope Arkansas, under th« Aet of March 3,' 1897. /HicA,< A f,'— Me ?n» Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscription Rate {Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c: Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller one h $!so ou " ' J3-?0 per year; el Membtr of Thy Associated Pren: The sociated Press .Is exclusively entitled to the use for republlcotlon of all newi dii- t'°»J. 1 jes credited to it or not otherwise National Advertising Renrp«<ntfl»lvi>— Arkansas Dollle-. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., Sterlck Building; Chicago, 400 North KStfa 0 "-' Avnue; New York City, '507 -wnrf oi"!r ue Ai.i i? trolt ' Mich - 2842 w - jrand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 4M Terminal slug. £ or ? e * ""{.T'lbufei, It*.: Chorqe will be dp 'or of tributes, cords of thanks, ?n U IiS 1s V or r " e T°. rlQl ?' concerning the £$• C S mm ,?'' eltl1 newspofjers hold to 8? ^ h j th ', "* w5 c ° ll *™s to pro- U heir reati , er , s f £L m 2 Deluge of space»n<l&i!H, en ? 0 ! a .fe- Th ! y° r discl °lms responsibility for the safe-keeping or return any unsollc ted manuscripts •• I WILL SELL MY HERD OF MILK cows at the Sutton Livestock Commission Co., Tuesday/March 17. Zan Bateman. i 3 . 3tp Found BAY MARE. SPLIT RIGHT EAR Wt. 600 Ibs. B Z on rght fore shoulder. 5 or 6 years. F. L. Douglas. Hone Rt. 1. Box 10. 23-10tp Wanted to Rent _ ISHED 4-ROOM APARTMENT. |Nfewly decorated. Private bath. -aJfectrie refrigerator and garage. No 'lbmldren or pets. Mrs. Anna Judson ^220 North Ehn. Phone 925-J. : 10-3tc :pNB^HALF OF MODERN HOUSE., ''Unfurnished. Close in. Private front >ah"d back entrance. Also small furn- w^ed apartment. Mrs Tom Carrel. iPnorie 164. 10-tf rgOOM FURNISHED APARTMENT, L " rivate 'entrance. Mrs. Raymond gSmith, 606 S. Hamilton. 10-3tp EE ROOM FURNISHED MOD- apartment and also five room ijrfurnished apartment Jas. H. Bent- HO N. Washington St. 9-3tp |TJirq ROOM APARTMENT, UN- "Ifurnished. Couple only. 401 South *•" ' 12-ltp ROOM, ALSO ONE ROOM ent, apply 500 W. Division. 12-3tp 5ROOM HOUSE. NEWLY DECQRAT- *>d,' Will rent all or part 3rd and ver. Snack Shop. |p; ROOM FOR TWO GIRLS. NO Heals. Close in 310 S. Walnut: 13-3tp ROOM FURNISHED APART- t, Water, Lights and Garden. ,On Highway 4, on Rosston Road, 'jrules. Mrs. G. L. Johnson. !.9-6tp ! ROOM-FURNISHED APART- groenf. Electric refrigerator. "Utilities "". Also'nice be4room, innerspring ress. Phone 712-J. 402 N. Hervey 10-3tp 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment, or smaU unfurnished house Call 532-W. 7-tf-dh Wonted NEW OR RENEWED SUBSCRIPTION to any magazine published. Charles Reynerson, City Hall. 7-12tc WILL BUY OR RENT TYPEWRIT- ers from individual owners. See Mrs. Eugene Boyce, instructor, Perry Business Schools, Carrigan Building, S. Elm, Hope. 10-6tc Lost GERMAN POLICE DOG. BROWN 'with white tip on tail. Finder please call 634. 12-stp 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 Salesman Wonted MEN OR WOMEN FOR RAWLEIGH Route in Hempstead County.'Line includes over 20Q daily necessities. Employment situation best in many years. Exceptional opportunity for hustler. Write at once. Rawleigh's Dept. AKB-118-213B, Memphis, Tenn., or see Lee H. Boyett, Stamps, Ark. Feb. 19-26,'Mar. 5-12 ajFUR.NJSHED APARTMENT. PRI- ji'vate bath. Utilities paid. Available March 16, 603 West 4th. Can be p anytime before 5 p. m. ll-3tp Furniture For Sole , „, FURNITURE CO. 117 |C*|5outh Elm Street. We are selling «?£* copt and all furniture must go. || Many outstanding buys. Come in ***-*— AU sales final. 20-tf FURNITURE STORE HAS d next door to Saenger Theater gj|or better prices on furniture see 4-lmpd,. Help Wanted TWO LADIES FOR LOCAL WOPK and two ladies free to travel. No sellins. Anply Mr. Clayton at Roosevelt Hotel. 13-3tp Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. The Kentucky river flows through Kentucky, the Colorado through Colorado but the Mississippi does not enter Mississippi, as it forms one of the state's boundaries. 2, The Hudson river valley was the scene of many Washington 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 Counfy & Probate Clerk 'LEO RAY Tax Assessor JOHN RIDGDILL Irving stories. 3. The Connecticut river forms the boundary between Vermont and New Hampshire. 4. Tennessee Valley Authority is famous New Deal aency on Tennessee river. 5. Lewis' and Clark followed Missouri river on much of their expedition. Merit Test for Four Jobs Closing Dote for Applications Here/Uarch31 John I. Hogur, supervisor, Arkansas JV^erit System Council, Rector Building, Little Rock, Arkansas, has announced the following competitive merit examinations for positions with the United States Employment Service: Manager I, Manager II, Supervising Interviewer, Interviewer. Minimum qualifications are set forth in the announcement on file with the Department of Public Welfare, County Health Department, or United States Employment Service, Hope, Arkansas. Application blanks may be obtained from United States Employment Service, 201 East Second Street, Hope. The closing date for filing applications is March 31, 1942. A person in good health can lose one-thir uof. his blood without fatal result. RELINERS 600 x 16 BOB ELMORE'S AUTO SUPPLY Bob Elmore, Owner OUT OUR WAY By J.R. Williams NOW THAT'S A BEARING FPR A COAST eUSj >, CARRIAGE AND THIS IS A GEAR FOR A TANK-NOW WE'LL GO IMTO THE BRASS PEPARTMENT/ ONE O 1 THEM NEITHER'LL. LEARV4 A THING — EVEN A\ . . , GUY WORKIM' HERT= AND THE OTHER ) CAN'T/ THEY SHOW LOOKS LIKE PROFESSOR LOOKS LIKE A spy/ BRIGHT LOOKING' GUVS/ JrlO - YOU A BOLT/THEM A TTHOUSANSP OTHER THINGS,THEM TH' NUT THEN) A THOUSAND ' OTHER THINGS, THEM TH 1 WASHER FORTH* NUT AKJ' BOLT— % l&t fe, HEROES ARE MADE, NOT BPRKJ MOM .ItAiii'Hdi WASH TO6OJ PLEASE TO RAISE . HANDS, L1SKA.1 AND DC5 NOT M PERHAPS V6U THINK TO jAlp EMEMV IS FINE 6TDFF.EH? AH.NO.MYLimE LOTUS ( IS ynder-£ressur$ By Roy Cran* y?u WILL PAY THAT PEMAUTV, LITHE TELL HIIVM PLEASE " tx3 SKJT 50rHER TO WA\T, MR. 0LIUES, EUtRV' THIW6'IS ALL POPEYE This Little Piggy Went to Market — _(SLoee p peA LOOKS OEOECTIPATED! HE yz AlM'THAVIM'WOFUM! OH i UUOE.NOTHIN' TO DO Thimble Theater A BABV-BOV <ID HASTA LALKJH AM 1 ' BE HAPPV TO BE HEALTH 1 -/ m \ ^BUT THEV AIKJ'T MOTHIN'TOAMOCCZE, A BABW LUIT' OKI A «=>HIP \(t VA BLASTIO IDJIT. 1 DOKJ'T MHVER\ i ME IKIGdROUJIM' TbEMAlU. )• -OUJ METXXUM r w7<iiKjAT^\ xVj^Wou.'SIRy m -D. DONALD DUCK Daisy Gets Down to Earth YOU'RE GOING \ DOWN.TO GET ~ ...... ---YOUR WFFND UNIFORMS WHAT'S • THE VVFFND ~ STAND POR? I DON'T' KNOW EXACTLY! SOME KIND Of f\ WOMEN'S DEFENSE . ORGANIZATION! OH, I DO HOPE THE UNIFORM'S SMART? '.<3?X By Walt Disney I HOPE IT'S NAVY BLUE , ' WITH A. DOUBLE-BREASTED COAT, BRASS BUTTONS AND A TRIM, LITTLE CAP | ...OR GREEN WITH GOLD BRMD AsND K PLEATED SKIRT. 1 # NOTl ij i S >'< '* i | -. - ; ted V>Y Kin BLONDIE -Woolgathering! By Chic Young PARLJ^WlLLVOU RUM UPSTAIRS ANP6ET ME THATBALLOF VARN ^i^^I ON MVDRESSER? I t 3 ^ HE ill L 2TK OW^OLLV-^ . .. WWAT WAS ( THAT. SHE WANTEP?' 13-13 PICKOUT WHAT YOU WAMT,. \ x ^ PEAR BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES At Last RED RYDER By Edgar Martin Look Around You, Red RVICE. INC. T. M. L|-ZAR3??HA HA/ WAT'S ^UFL" BUSIMESS HER.E ? IT? >A 3-13 ALLEY OOP SAVE YOUR. 6RBATH To OOOL "TbUR. (SOUP/ HA HA •' GET OUT.' . I "DON'T AU.OVO By Fred Harmon f 1 f | h* l_ (1^,1 UJ V r OUT OR. DO 1 £EING ^ >N5 OUT; i IVS CURIOUS t> SEE V>3HO'S GOKt^K 26- KE.EP TONGUE—: L3-/5 WAS RIDIMG OhOE OF THE FLVIMG ' HMW BEMJTV STUFF, £ H ? . WE SIRE? FRECJaisANP HISj yTlENPS EXECUTE HER • BARBARIC POLT.' KIOOW YOU K1OT THAT A THIMG OF BEAUTX | ISA Joy FOREVER.? ae FOR. . WHILE, '>* Orders From the King S JTRCO. V. T. Hamlin I'D FORGOTTEN) THE QUARTERS RESE.RVEP FOR, HOSTAGES.' •- SEEMS KIMDA GOOD TO BE BACK AT THE- Hejo Worship ••••••— • —i ._ * 3-13 A STORY HIGH Mow BEINS k ABOLtr GUI?ST3 AT OUR, SORORT TEA? BIRD FOR. j woieps— r SPFAK TO HIM/ /^£: THAT OUR- 9TUplgS Tp- DAV, AFTER. OUR. -B.RI.fF* EXPERIENCE IN ' ly MerrjU Blosser (.V PRESENT, WE NOW ewjpy, FOLLOWING

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