Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 16, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, March 16, 1942
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Tf -' : ' - y w_ it A«h muit b« hi office day before pubh'eaHon You can talk to only one man Want Ads talk to Thousands $IU, MNT, BUY OR SWAF . cash 1.0 advance. Not taken over the Phone ftn. ttmt—3c w»M, minimum 30« Three Hm«s—SVie wort, minimum JOe SIX »tm««—Sc ward, minimum 75* One month— 18e word, minimum $2.70 > Rotw ore tor continuous Inscdora oni> 'THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Salt "—-! NICE HEQEStERED COCKER Jfiftd pointer puppies. Padgitts Ken •*s, 3 miles South on 29. 18-30tp DN SEED, D &PL 12, STONE- 2-B, first year from breeder Alfalfe, Lespedza, and oJhn- F son, grass, See T,. S, McDayitt, 2-18-tf mORSES & MULES. PART DOWN ^ balance in fall. All s~n.es and ages. f.See Dorsey McRae, Jr., at McRae Implement Co. 23-14*c ^NORTH DAKOTA CERTIFIED TM- te^umphs. Cotton Seed. Stoneville 2-B IfM, TV«,DT and ROWDEN 41. See me KL •, • .-.. >^w%, i tl sbefore buying. J. W. Strickland. YOUNG MULES, ONE 4 AND * J" 6 5 years old - Wt - 110 ° Its. each. ( tt interested, see R. A. Johnson late afternoon or Sundays at Spring U1 - 1.4-12tp For Rent E BEDROOM THREE BLOCKS 1?from _down town. Private entrance ano\ private conveniences to couple ?, without children, business women or en. Men preferred. 116 West Ave. - 24-3tdh HQB BEDROOM. CONVENIENT >ath. For men or. women. 520 3?|£lorth Washington. ( 7-6tp 3 ?, BEDROOiyi, INNER-SPRING ess, two large closets. Private |entrance. Phone G57--W, 801 S. Main ll-3tc IEURNISHED 4-ROOM APARTMENT. •"•"iTSTewly decorated. Private bath. ;21ectric-refrigerator and garage. No S| cHildren or pets. Mrs. Anna Judson ,220 North. Elm. Phone 925-J. 10-3tc |OJp:-HALF OF MODERN HOUSE ' '"nfurnished. Close in. Private front i^ back entrance. Also small furn- *ed apartment. Mrs Tom CarreL j.qne 164. 10-tf DOM HOUSE OFF OLD FULTON :ghway just out of city limits. . > Per month. Mrs. Susie Price *fe.'"-''./-.. - • 14-3tp , 3: ROOM HOUSE. FOUR MILES ^^i Sho y er Springs road. See: Roy " . Hope, Route 2, 16-3tp •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 CHANCl! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone. 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS^ 1-23-lmp 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. Perrv Business School, Hope, Arkansas, " 10-12tc Hope Star Sfor of Hop*,. 18*$; Pr«n 192*> Contoll- etot«d;.ibnup.ry 18, 1929. VD ™ D " Publlihid jivify WgBlwfcw off« noon, bv, * * SMr Publishing Co. inc. -. E v. PaliHw and XT«x H. Wbshburn) of the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut . __ »tre«t, Hbp«, Ark. PuMMMr °! ?f con< : f class matter at th« /KICA < ' A . p >—Me?"* Associated. Press (NEAK-Meons Newspaper Enterprise Ass 1 Subscription Rate (Always Payable. I Advance): By city carrier, per week l5c i o235S»?° d ' N ^f oda ', Howard, Miller ana where jl SO ' "" V *° r; 8l5e A Mem ? e i S' Tl »? Assoelofed Press: The Associated. Press Is exclusively entitled t< rhf tor . r *P" w '«itlon of all news, dls eed to " or not °»wwis Notional Advertlsfna fteDretentaHva— rirli B, a?-'" 0 '- &,"• Memphis, Tenn. M Bui ' d ' n °: Chicago, 400 Nort u' 9 A" Avnue i New York City, 507 ni Hi' e r ue Ai.,' > f trelt ' Mich - 2842 VV. Jldg 8lvd>; 0klQh °™ City, 414 Termlna i 2T 1, T t'^ tOT ' tte ' : Chorae will be f., f ° r al ' tributes, cords of thanks r/'TV 01 ' mer "°i-'ols, concernlnV the £r' Com "?erclol newspapers hold to 8? ^ "I the news columns to pro? ri e m reac h s f £> m ° deluoe of spo lliK "}%' a fc Th ? l tar d i«lalms R res- onv ,,nJ?i •• f safe - kB ?P"i<J, or return rany unsolicited manuscripts. I WILL SELL MY HERD OF MILK cows at the Sutton Livestock Commission Co., Tuesday, March 17. Zan Bateman. 13 . 3t Found BAY MARE. SPLIT RIGHT EAR Wt. GOO Ibs. B Z on rght fore shoulder. 5. or 6 years. F. L. Douglas. Hope Rt. L Box 10. 23-10tp Wanted to Rent ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- Wonted NEW OR RENEWED SUBSCRIPTION to any magazine published. Charles Reynerson, City Hall. 7_i2tc WILL BUY OR RENT TYEEWRIT- ers from individual owners. See Mrs. Eugene Boyce, instructor, Perry Business Schools, Carrigan Building, S. Elm, Hope. ifl-6tc TWO-ROOM APART- including refrigerator. All aid: 705 West. Aye, B. 14-3tp ROOM APARTMENT; UN- ishecl. Couple only. 401 South ' S»5 ..ROOM, ALSO ONE ROOM |apartment, apply 500 W. Division. 12-3tp OM HOUSE. NEWLY DECORAT- feed. Will rent all or part. 3rd and a g;Shover. Snack Shop. |EEpvROQM FOR TWO. GIRLS NO <?aK. Close in 310 S. Walnut. 13 r 3tp ||WO 'ROOM FURNISHED APART- |f!i-Tfent. Water, Lights and Garden fJ;.Qn, Highway 4, on Rosston Road, '"""*$ miles. Mrs. G. L. Johnson. 9-Gtp Lost GERMAN POLICE DOG BROWN with white tip on tail. Finder please call 634. ' . Salesmen Wonted MEN OR WOMEN FOR. RAWLEIGH Route in Hempstead County. Line includes over 20fl, 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 Help Wonted TWO LADIES FOR LOCAL WORK and tw.o ladies free to travel. No selling. Apply Mr. Clayton at Roosevelt Hotel. 13 . 3tp .JJ$KEE-'.ROQM FURNISHED APART- ;ment. Electric refrigerator. Utilities aid. Also nice bedroom, innerspring Ill-mattress. Phone 7I2^J. 402 N. Hervey t ^ 10-3tp le, FUHN1,TURE CO. 117 ... j?u» Street. W$ are selling .9v*v"i- and all furniture must go. H'Maiiy- outstanding buys. Come in |;|_foday. All sales final. 20-tf ^"-.^'. '. TT- • ' FURNPURE STORE HAS |f|«lovedj next door to Saenger Theater better prices on furniture see 4-lmpd. For Rent 2 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT Mrs. O. C. Cook. End of West Gth street. 1G . 3tp ; THREE ROOM FURNISHED MOD- ern Apartment, including private bath, glassed in sleeping porch South exposure. 110 N. Washington or see C. B. Tyler, or call Jas. H. I Bennett, Arkadelphia, Ark. ' 16-3tp A remarkable collection of water colors and sketches showing America at work since Pearl Harbor were produced in. America's first wartime art competition. Within 30 days, 2582 entires were submitted by 1129 artists. A fine arts jury purchased 109 of the pictures and an additional 350 prints will be used in a series of traveling exhibits. 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 Rolling Meat Wagon BIRMINGHAM, Eng.-W)_A mobile butcher shop, first in the country, has been put into service by the Birmingham Butchers' Association, so weekly rutions may be delivered if meat shops are destroyed during raids. Boundary Lines Crooked boundary lines are the rule in Europe, but in the United States, espe<<iaUy west of the Mississippi river, straight lines are common. A general rule urged by the Wai- Production Board calls for advancement of war materials schedules so that all orders on the books—some extending into 1943—should be completed in 1942 along with additional orders. DUDLEY Flour & Fsed Co. ON. COTTON ROW SEE US FOR Seed Potatoes Fertilizer RENT/ WANT-ADS %, OUT OUR WAY 32 ir f SURE, I'LL STOP BY AN' ^ UEAVE THAT PIE AN' CAKE , AT SISTER'S , BUT PER GOOD GQSH SAKES DON'T PUT 'EM IN PLATES/ SHE'S GOT TWO @EJTS OF OUR PISHES NOW -LEAVE 'EM IN TH' PANS AN MAVBE TH' PANS LAVIN' UNDER HER NOSE A COUPLE J VEARS'LL OIVE ~'~ A HINT TO BAKE By J. R. Williams . / QH-H-H/ / DON'T / START f THAT / STUFF 1 AT HER HOUSE MOTHERS GET GRAY ^.W^T;'7^f^|ff,^^^*t^^^pS^? l ^^ 1 - \ i ' f ^ w ' " * KQ^I ItA^ MQ»l t ARKANSAS Surrounded by Beauty , ft 8UT HAVE 1 MOT TOLt? THE MAN THERE tS MO HERE r THESE HAS NEVER SEEM A UJ Mondoy, By Roy Cron* . WINDOW* 1 SAW HSR WALK IN THIS HOU6EJ1KMQW., ~ ^TLI*V ktt*M^ i.tt* f MJM> TIJC <3ENTUEMAM IS UNABLE JO FIWD HER YES, IF you m ,„. PIP'^S • I : I ; VEH, IT LOOKJS ^ LITTLE CJIRL Some Kid! it HEAVEMS. 1 THE POOR. CHILD MUST HAVE BEEN Thimble Theater DONALD PUCK IpH, BABY// •*^ a ^»— ^ ____—• * <4t All His Eggs in One Basket THrVTS THE NICE ) THING A.BOUT By Walt Disney f WHEN Y' TRKVEL. 1 WITH 'A TENT- Y' GOTTA CHECK, • UP AT EVERY . CAJMP TO KEEP •< FROM POR6ETTING SOMETHINSI ^ & ,' ;HOW ABOUT STOPPiN' POC LUNCH*! WE'RE ^OKAY, HUNSRY/jBOYS! NO -^ SOONER SAID THKN DONE! BLONDIE JX \fi ti Touching Off the Munitions ay ^ ^tUiU^jLtxJ^"!! F^Uur. t Syti.lK *tc. I.K. WHERE IS MY MAGAZINE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Copr 190. hn B Ramm Sjmlicjit, Inc , World ntlill K By Chic Young i i n r «!' RED RYDER By Edgar Martin IRST TIME: i WAS EVER. ON> VHE • RECEIVING END. OF RUSH/ Doesn't Know When He's Licked ALLEY OOP -AND SINCE IASKED By Fred Harmon ALLEY OOP W NQj SIR, SHE HASN'T RECEIVED A H BEEN BACK HERE JOUT WHEN HE ft. s 'NCf_VPU TWO TO THE BASE ANp. I FOUNJD THAT, CONTRARV TO HIS BELIEF, HAP THINS SURE AS '.. WROMSA HECK ' IS/ ' FlUCKLESANP HIS FRIENPS | GOT T'6IT BACK TO KIMS JOHN'S CASTLE, AN' QUICK.' , Good Eye, Oop DID HE C3ET BACK, IN HERE. ? eppo HONK; x SWEAR T, CAMGHT A GLIMPSE op DINNV POWN THERE .JM THAT BIG PATCH OP TIMBER... f SOW WHERE Tt By V. T. Homlin ^ 'MOPQN.'IGQTTA DELIVER. HILDA At RED CROSS HEADQUARTERS . SHE AND JUNE- ABI? ROLLIMG BAMOAGES; WORKIN© ON.' YOU CAN HELP ME WITM THE WORDS / Use Discretion, Pal By Merrill Blosser I COULDN'T THINK, op A BETTER. PJLACE TO BESUDDEMLY WOUNDED /

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