Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 14, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 14, 1942
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j,Wf ?,Vf' ^ 1 '' S '"' I ified J* «ffie« ddy before publication You tan talk to only one man Wcihf Ads talk to Thousands SIU, RtNTVIUY Oft SWAF J Wont Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone F*M (MM** «rt, minimum JO. f h«« !im. J _3t/ je word, minimum SOc Hm«*~Je wofd, minimum tit One mor.»h—18e word, minimum 52.70 * „*. " *°** 1 ul * "" «>n»'nuous insw-.o'w onn "tHE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL For Sale &Mfi fclCE REGISTERED COCKER {jointer puppies. P&dgitts Ken, 3 miles South on 29. 13-3(hp SEED, D &PL 12, STONE- 2-B. first year from breeder. Alfalfa, Lespedza, and oJhn- grass. See T. S. McDavitt. ; . 2-18-tf & MULES. PART DOWN |Lbalancfr in fall. All sites and ages. ^See Etorsey McRae, Jr., at McRae ilrnpleinerit Co. 23-14tc .ORTH DAKOTA CERTIFIED TRI- tfittttphs. Cotton Seed, Stoneville 2-B, JD&PL and ROWDEN 41. See me u.'before buying. J. W. Strickland. 26-12tp P*AIR YOUNG MULES, ONE 4 AND oae 5 years old. Wt. 1100 Ibs. each. lf interested see R. A. Johnson late afternoon or Sundays at Spring . l4-12tp For Rent BEDROOM THREE BLOCKS down town. Private entrance private conveniences to couple ut children, business women or Men preferred. 116 West Ave. • 24-3tdh RGB BEDROOM. CONVENIENT bath. For men or women. 520 m North Washington. 7-6tp —_. BEDROOM, INNER-SPRING w^nattress, two large closets. Private entrance. Phone 657-W. 801 S. Main. • ll-3tc 1 " ""• mi i !• 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 CTANC1! BRING f^m 111 " abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp DO YOU WANT A BETTER JOB? Then why 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 of stenographers. Perry Business School, Hope, Arkansas. 10-12tc Hope Star Ho IBW, Prta * S«W of Hop* r«9»j dot«d January i(. «v« Stw oft.r noon by .„ t. Stw Publishing Co. Inc. (G-. 6-. Palmer and AT«x H. Wo»hburn) t the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut _______ Jtrtet, H6p«, Afk. Entered as second class matter at the Poitoffice at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. /KicA> (A1P , ) ~ Me ? ns Associated Press (NEA1—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscription Rare {Alwoys Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; Nempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and -afayette counties, $3.50 per year; else- Member of The Associated ,Pr«M: The Associoted Press is exclusively entitled to he use for republicotion of all news dis- Dat 5 h . e !> fediled to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Notional Advertising Rpnro«-n»o«tv,v_ Arkpnsos Dollies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn Sterkk Building; Chicago. 400' North ™u 9a , n Avnue- New York City, 507 J' th . 6X e . nue A, Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. .rand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal ' ttc ' ! ' ! Cnwae will be cards of thanks, 1 ^-3 VJI ILIUMK5, "i memorrais, concerning the "hllf"^S™ > -? m Tu r<:t01 new spopers hold to his policy in the news coluhins to pro- ect their readers from o deluge of space- to memorlo Is. The Star disclaims res- ....olbility for the safe-keeping or return f any unsolicited 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. Hope Rt. 1. Box 10. 23-lOtp Wonted to Rent &URNISHED 4-ROOM APARTMENT. j»*Newly decorated. Private bath. f*jf£Iectric refrigerator and garage. No f, children or pets. Mrs. Anna Judson |>220 North Elm. Phone 925-J. 10-3tc |fONE-HALF OF MODERN HOUSE. i Unftmiished Close in. Private front .and back entranced Also small furn- - ished apartment. Mrs Tom Carrel. Stf. 1 ' Phone 164. 10-tf ^_ HOUSE OFF OLD FULTON & Highway just out of city limits. .10 per month. Mrs. Susie Price 14-3tp gPURNISHED TWO-ROOM APART- t, including refrigerator. All i paid. 705 West. Ave. B. 14-3tp ROOM APARTMENT, UN- urnished. Couple only. 401 South 12-itp BED ROOM, ALSO ONE ROOM ^apartment, apply 500 W. Division. 12-3tp ^5 ROOM HOUSE. NEWLY DECORAT- \, £ ed^ WiU rent aU or part 3rd and yiShover. Snack Shop. ( ROOM FOR TWO GIRLS NO Close in 310-S. Walnut. 13-3tp ROOM FURNISHED APART- t Water, Lights and' Garden. Highway 4, on Rosston Road, 3Vfe- miles. Mrs. G. L. Johnson. ..9-6tp STHREE ROOM FURNISHED APART- f.^ ,ment. Electric refrigerator. Utilities °**~' , paid. Also nice bedroom, innerspring •r.jijattress. Phone 712-J. 402 N, Hervey •US! 10 .3t p I 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-l2tc WILL BUY OR RENT TYPEWRIT- ers from individual owners. See Mrs. Eugene Boyce, instructor, Perry Business Schools, Carrigan Building, S. Elm, Hope. 10-Gtc Lost GERMAN POLICE DOG. BROWN with white tip on tail. Finder please call 634. 12 . 3tp Salesman Wonted MEN OR WOMEN FOR RAWLEIGH Route in Hempstead County Line includes over 200 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 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 STORIES IN STAMPS Help Wanted TWO LADIES FOR LOCAL WORK and two ladies free to travel No selline. Apply Mr. Clayton at Roosevelt Hotel. 13 . 3tp FURNISHED APARTMENT. PRI- . ,'«vate bath. Utilities paid. Available March 16. 603 West 4th. Can be I&.J- seen anytime before 5 p. m. ll-3tp Furniture For Sole f^FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO. 117 South Elm Street. We are selling ' out and all furniture must go. Many outstanding buys. Come in " today. AU sales final 20-tf FURNITURE STORE HAS * , moved next door to Saenger Theater IK, For better prices on furniture see ' 4-lmpd. Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. French horn is a brass instrument and English horn is a reed instrument. 2. "Three B's" of classical music are Beethoven, Bach and Brahms. 3. Benny Goodman is known as king of swing." 4. "Anchors Aweigh" usually is associated with Navy and "Form the Halls of Montezuma" with the Marines. 5. Best selling popular piece of Jast 20 years is "St. Louis Blues." ^» m — Less color in the literature you read will be the result of a 25 per cent restriction on color inks, to save both chemicals and metals. Retain, 85, Served France for 66 Years pEW men in the world today, have served their country with' the devotion and loyalty for as long a period as Marshal Henri Philippe Petain, chief of state of France. The stamp above, issued by Algeria in 1941, bears a portrait of Petain, who will become 86 years old in April, 1942. Sixty- six of those years have been spent in the service of France, either in the army or in administrative posts. i Petain was born April 24, 1856, the son of a wealthy farm family in the lowlands of Flanders. He attended public schools and St Cyr, the French West Point, from which he was graduated in 1878 as a second lieutenant. > He is credited with stopping the Germans at Verdun and is known to all Frenchmen as the "hero of Verdun." When he took over supreme command of the French forces in 1917 he quieted a revolt that had been brewing in the ranks and threatened disorganization of the French army. Petain saved the day. And since then he has saved the day for his country many times. He was called from retirement in 1940 to head his now-subservient nation. OUT OUR WAY COME HEAH, FELLERS-I WANT WITNESSES/ THIS OL? FOSSIL ISA-HOAR IN' / HE'S GOT A SET O' HORSESHOES HID UNDER A SACK BENEATH HIS SADDLE-I'M A-GO1N' ' TO REPORT HIM/ By J.R.Williams VOU GOT IN THIS RATIONIN* WITH NO' FOOD IN TH' CUPBOARD "SO DON'T EXPECT ME TO WALK ONi AM EMPTY STUMMICK/ v W- 1M2 EX HU SES^ICE. INC. Jfc»»°- U 1 PAT Off. THE RETREADS , H6M, ARKANSAS UtiKttttttM&ttttulbwate 14, 1+42 WASH TUIIS Wrong Address, Mister Bv Rov Cran* H6VJ15AVJ OPEN fHfe tXJOR! HJU CAM*! JET RI&OT ME THIS VW*y.' 3 3UST SAW HER <30 IN. 1 fOM6 i/vc=> me i * r .;S*-V2* 1 *** WTW tivca HCKE 6EWTIEMAI4 J *«| ?UST CALLfiD TO MB FROM «** IM TROUBLE WfcOK/3 HOUSE Popeye Throws in the Sponge Thimble Theater ARE THE- NEU) REO?ljnV LEARNING QUICKLV ? SOU KNOli) MUST tUORK FAST AMD BUILD ME ORDERS MUCH BETTER'N AT MEANS TO THE ANCHOR INTO THE UJAT'ER•••50'S VA KIN XSTOP THE "SHIP/ "AHOV, ADMIRAL- S-SHALL I USE ONE OR TWO PAILS ( OF ' AHOV.' GAL \ SUJIMM1NG OFF) AVAST VA SUUA8, AMCHORJ PORT SIDE-/ s.- . — ^ ANCHOR ? UJHAT DO VOU MEAN DONALD DUCK Catch as Catch Can! By Walt Disney (OH, DEAR'. ^ I'M FRIGHTENED' QUIT WORRYING! NOTWIN' CAN H/XPPEN WHEN WE'RE ROPED TOGETHER LIKE THIS! YOU I CATCH Y'AND PULL Y' UP! IF I FALL, YOU... .. CATCH ME AND.. BLONDIE Just Between Girls By Chic Young BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES It Looks Bad By Edgar Martin RED RYDER Outside Looking In By Fred Harmon WRE CURIOUS T05EE THROW 1M3 BY NEA sffiyicTiiie. T. M. prc. ii « »-^r^~ r ALLEY OOP Sound the Alarm By V. T. Hamlin VOUR QUARTERS,/ BARS ON \NAY.T THINK NOT, NW MISS...THE SEST / THE WINPOW, \PRETTV.' KIMS JOHN IN THE CASTLE.'/THOUGH...HE A MOST THOUGHTFUL AND WHAT A I MUST THINK / HOST...TAKES VIEW... ALL OF \ I MIGHT EN&LAND AT VSTEAL IT/ ME AN WHILE .THINKING OOOLA RETURNEP FOR SUPPLIES, OOP FLYING WARRIOR COMES IN FOR A LANDING AT THE REBEL BASE IN FOR ANOTHER / THAT filRL SUPPLV OF —/ HpvE CARE OF HIS, SPECIAL 6U COCONUTS )/ GIVEN OUf GIVEN OUf-l- / ENEMIES,/BUT "K. A. UIT' /. .,7T™.-i— ' A FIT.' /WHERE'S TH' GIRL 'f FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Doing His Bit IT SEEMS To ME YOU TAKE LIFE PRETTX LIGHTLY THESF DAYS WWAT ARE YOU AND YOUR. CRPVVO DOIN6 "10 HELP THE WAR EF/=QRT? JUNE AND HILDA ARF ROLLINS BANDAGES FOR THE RED CROSS — MUTT/ IS AN ASSISTANT BLOCK, 'WARD£N—TAQ is BUY/NS DEFENSE STAMPS/ By Merrill Blosser -I've SOLD #izoo WORTH OF DEFENSE BONDS / AMD SUE is ASSIST-/WHAT ING AT A CANTEEN/^IS LARD FOR. SOLDIERS/ DOINQ ? HE'S BORROWING MY CAR. AND GOING AROUND CORNERS ON Two WHEELS TO SAVE TIRES/

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