Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 18, 1942 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 18, 1942
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HOPI STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS ' Ads tniist be in office day before publication You can talk to only one man * ' Wont Ads talk to Thousands SILL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP Want Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone -.' On* time—2e word, minimum 30c Three times—3>/ic word, minimum SOe IK it* times—Se word, minimum 75c One month—lie word, minimum $2.70 notes ore tor continuous ins»r*>wu nn»v 'THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sol* OWE "NICE REGISTERED COCKER pointer puppies. Padgitts Ken- fhels, 3 miles South on 29. 18-30tp iN SEED, D &PU 12, STONE- 2-B. iirst year from breeder. , Alfalfa, Lespedza, and oJhn- grass. See T. S. McDavitt. 2-18-tf 'HEAL CASH BARGAIN. 1934 MO, Chevorlet pick-up. 2 new tires, if Clean job. ?S5.00. Apply Huston and *Son. E. 6th St. 17-6tp j WlLI. BE AT BUNDVS SERVICE ^Station all day Thursday \vith a ^Collection of rose bushes and shrubs. fifes, Alston. 17-3tp For Rent „ GE BEDROOM. CONVENIENT |to bath. For men or women. 520 Kbrth Washington. 7-6tp tenS HOUSE OFF OLD FULTON ghway just out of city limits. |10 per month. Mrs. Susie Price 14-3tp ITHREEROOM HOUSE. FOUR MILES |bn Shover Springs road. See: Roy j^Kogers, Hope, Route 2. 16-3tp ED TWO-ROOM APART- fnjent, including refrigerator. All paid. 705 West Ave. B. 14-3tp I2&OOM FURNISHED APARTMENT. rs. O. C. Cook. End of West 6th street 16-3tp pHHEE ROOM FURNISHED MOD- f'-ern Apartment, including private ''bath, glassed in sleeping porch. iu'|,South exposure. 110 N. Washington °".fOr see C. B. Tyler, or call Jas. H. ^Bennett, Arkadelphia, Ark. 16-3tp ICLOSE IN. THREE LARGE MOD, unfurnished rooms. Front and f back entrances. Also small modern ^apartment Furnished with every- •thlng new. Private entrance and Intilities paid. Mrs. Tom Carrel. Call 1164.' 17-tf Wonted NEW OR RENEWED SUBSCRIPTION to any magazine published. Charles Reynerson, City Hall. 7-12tc 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-H8-213B, Memphis, Tenn., or see Lee H. Boyett, .Stamps, Ark. Feb. 19-26, Mar. 5-12 WOMEN AND MEN (MIDDLE-AGED preferred) to sell Rawleigh Products. You may earn more in other temporary occupations; but if you have to leave home and pay excessive sums for rent, food, etc., your net income may not be as much as Rawleigh Dealers make. Mr. M. B. Goose (Arkansas County) secured Cash Receipts of ?839 the first nine weeks of 1942. Our line has been sold in Arkansas for over 35 years. Write for particulars. Rawleigh's, Dept. AKC-11S-228, Memphis, Tenn. 17-3tp Wednesday, March 18, 1941 Hope Star $Wf of Hop*, 1899; Press I92/, Consoll- doted January 18, 1929. WASH TUBBS That Explains Everything By Roy Crane Published «v«ry wMk-ddy after noon by Star Publishing Co. Inc. (C. E. Palmer and Alex H. Woshbum) at the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. . C I. PALMER, PreiMent ALIX. H. WASHBUKN, tdltor and PaMhh*t CERTAINLY, SUM! YOU SEE, WHEW I RECEIVES THE MES5A&: IM WASHIN6TOM t HAD A TOOTHACHE. IT GAVE MEAN lt>EA. I WEMT TO A OEWTIST, HAD HIM HIDE THE MB6SA6E AMD FILL fAY TOOTH AT THE SAME TIME. FORTUNATELY THE JAPS WE6LECTED TO REMOVE THE FIU.IU6S FROM MY TEETH... AMD THE ME-SSA6E WAS SAVED/' Entered as seconcf class matter at the Postoftlce at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. , . ( A P>—Means Associated Press (NEAV—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscription Rote (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week ISc: Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Pratt: Th* Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for rcpublicotlon of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper ond also the local news published herein. Notional Advertising ftepanvv—. Arkansas Dallto.- Inc.,- Memphis, Tenn,| Sterlck Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avnue- New York City. 507 Fifth Avenue; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 4M Terminal Bldg. Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this Po'icy in the news colurnns to protect their readers from a deluge of space- taklrih memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility for the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Lost BILLFOLD CONTAINING MONEY and Valuable Papers, Tuesday. Return Billfold and papers to Hope Star or First National Bank. Nice reward to finder, R. A. Johnson. 3-17-3tp McCaskil! 70 FURNISHED ROOMS. PRI- • vate entrance. Adjoining bath. Near f'Paisley School. 1010 West. Ave. B. 17-3tp IFRONT BEDROOM. [Phone 448. CLOSE IN. 18-3tc ROOM FURNISHED .APART- ff'ment. 710 N. Elm. Phone 786- J, 18-3tp FURNISHED APARTMENT :? Private Bath. 50G N. Washington. 18-3tp Furniture For Sale UN FURNITURE CO. 117 outh Elm Street. We are selling '; and all furniture must go. ny outstanding buys. Come in ftpday. All sales final. 20-tf fvJDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS t! moved next door to Saenger Theater -jTor better prices on furniture see (•us. 4-lmpd. Notice 'DON'T TAKE A CHANC1! BRING s your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASH- g^JTNGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp YOU WANT A BETTER JOB? 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 lusands of stenographers. Perry •{Business School, Hope, Arkansas. 10-12tc 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' His Big Day Miss Lets Rhodes of Magnolia A. & M. College spent the week-end with her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rhodes. Miss Fredda Harper of Reeder school faculty spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harper. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Eley visited relatives at Delight Sunday. Mrs. G. W. Anthony and Mrs. Dora Wortham spent Thursday visiting in Nashville arid Murfreesboro. Mr. Oruind Hampton of Hope visited his mother Mrs. May Hampton Sunday. Miss Evelyn Rhodes of Caddo Gap visited her parents, Mr. i •:! Mrs. J. ,1). Rhodes Sunday. f 1 Mr; Graydon Anthony^maile a business trip to Memphis this week. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Gentry visited his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Gentry this week. Mr. Eugene Setter and litlle sister, Sara Elizabeth, of Greenville, Miss. visited their grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sligh Sr., this week-end. Mr. eKnneth Harris visited relatives in Nashville this week-end. Mr. D. B. McCaskil made a business trip to Prescott Monday morning. Mrs. W. D. Hood and children, Nell and Ruby spent Saturday in Hope. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Harris were visitors to Nashville and Fulton Sunday. Misses Lula Wardlow, Myrtle Watts, Iris Hampton and Mrs. May Hampton were shopping in Nashville Saturday. A Bridal Shower was given for Mrs. Dudley Woolfolk (formerly Miss Charlotte Rhodes) at the home of Mrs. Eunice Long Saturday afternoon. Those attending were Mrs. Bill Hill, Mrs. Alex McDougald, Mrs. Melvin Askew, Mrs. Minuard Ball, Mrs. Bill Ball, Mrs. Leslie Honeycutt, Mrs. Horace Montgomery, Mrs. Luther Young, Mrs. Herman Rhodes, Mrs. Dora Wortham, Misses Ruth Rowland and Lillian Ball. Mi-. Coy Rodger returned this week from Dauas where he has completed his Air Craft training. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sligh Jr. and children of Prescott spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bil Sligh Sr. GOLDEN, Colo.—W 5 )—Hal Rogers, all-Rocky Mountain Conference football halfback at Colorado Mines, was named an R.O.T.C. battalion commander and became engaged to Miss Faye Van Tuyl, daughter of a Mines professor, all on the same day. He's from Jonesboro, Ark. Coat 150 Years Old HAMILTON, Mo.-W-O. J- Burnett has a coat more than 150 years old. It was tailored for his great- grandfather and is of homemade flax cloth, with flax thread and buttons of poplar wood. DUDLEY Flour & Feed Co. ON COTTON ROW SEE US FOR Seed Potatoes Fertilizer RENT/ WANT-ADS OUT OUR WAY By J.R.Williams / WEU-, IF VOL) / CAM REMEMBER ( WHERE YOU'VE. I BEENi AU_ V YOU'VE GOT \ THAT, TOO/ F=OUNiD A COUPL.A OU.O TIRES TODAY— THIKJKA HOW MUCH WE. COUUD MAKE VF WE HAD eOME WAY IV TO RETREAD 'EM/ COAT1NO CAM IT BE THAT HH ATTEMPTING TO EXTRACT H\S OWN) TOOTH? fAERELY A TEMPORARY FIUIN6, OUCH.' THE FILLISle COMES OUT HERE'S YOUR MESSAGE.;. NMCftOFILM.AWD ITWA6 IN YOUR TOOTH Company Comes First Thimble Theater (- LET SOME OTHER BOAT SAVE MV GOR-oH! I'LL HAFTA Rescue OUR GUESK FIRST GIRL FOUND ADRIFT ESCUSB ME, THE BOAT MUS' BE CdONIER "SAVE BOTH ' DO <SOMeTHIN6i OLIVEl * I I i^ti tl^r* i it t r— _ - _ _ •• IM THE OCBAM OIELL, 'LL 8E- U)ElL, I'LL— ON A RAFT— i UJOM'T LIKE I TvJOT LIKE THE IDEA OF POPEVE DONALD DUCK Came the Dawn! By Walt Disney SMR GO DONMD DROVE UNTIL MIDNIGHT LAST NI6HTAND. HUH...WHW? P^RK.'OH- > OKI SOMETHING ANVFUL'S H/VPPENED! THE SUN MUST'VE ITS TEN O'CLOCK, IN THE MORNING AND IT'S STILL DARK OUTSIDE OURTCAILERl I KNOW IT'S ALLOVB5! DONALD, IT'S JUST... ) J I KNOW.' IT'S THE ENP OF THE WORLD! LET ME MONE GET OUT OF HERE! SCRAM! BLONDIE A Seat on the Aisle By Chic Young NOW, MURRV UF? PEAR, OR YOU'LL BE LATE FOR SCHOOL E WASMEC THAT EAR REALGOOP, MAMA 'CAUSE MOBODV SITS OM THAT SIPEOFME BOO H» AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin RED RYDER ' Red Doesn't Scare By Fred Harman WAIT A Ml MUTE, SON/ I SAW THAT FRACAS IM SALOON WHEN YOU TRIED TO T?AISE MOMEV/ MAYBE YOU MAVE.BUT BILLY BOSTON) AIN'T/ HE NEVER. FOR&ET5 —-YOU BETTER PULL UP STAKES AND LEAVE PRONTO/ Suit YOURSELF E WAY KWFOUKS A FIFTH COUSIM OH, I'VE OR&OTTEM IT AUREAPY/ LEAVE? THE K(PS IM THIS VALLEY HEED A SCHOOL MISTER , ANP I'M STAYIM' / ALLEY OOP Forward. Men ByV.T. Hamlin OOOLA A PCiSlT.'MEE...AKJD OOP OFF TO FIGHT... WELL, REGARDLESS OF ORDERS, I'LL MOT SIT TIGHT.. MOT WHILE I'M ALLIED WITH ROBIM HOOD'S MIGHT/ VEZZIR, ROBlM, AM' THEXRE UP ~ r ° THEIR EARS..AFOUL THIS KIWG GUY P^f-F F/i? B?E" WAITIM'MAMV A WEEK EMGLAKlP.'/'powivj WITH WHETHER OR MOT MY PAL. MEEDS AIP,THERE'S MO HOLDIM' BACK THIS FOR EST BRIGADE-.' YOU'VE BEEN) X THIS FI6HTIKV /^J-t" 5 ? AMD •T/UP WITH HIS SHERIFFS., BV THEIR NECICS/ BUILDING STONES OF DEFENSE BONDS fr STAMPS -=• ,v*< „ jiAM fe ^••4,".-./V"."7 3 . lfl ^1 t -• ^.THiaj ^^r !P£..3jyLA6^U.',S. PAT. OFFS/Jt FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A New Song By Merrill Blosser O<AV NOW- —HERE'S THE VERSE-AND . WE'LL SPLIT UP THE CHORUS BETWEEM US/ * OLD AMD YOUNG, POOR. AMD RICH EVERYBODY GET IN AMD PIJCH BUY A BlDND, SEW A STITCH, EVERYBODY SET IN AND PITCH'" VV SEND THE MESSAGE OUR. BOYS OM THE" FIRING LIME So BUILD THOSE- PIAMES — BUY THOSE BONDS-THERE'S NO MOR.E SLEEPIMG AT THE SWITCH- WE'LL MAKE NEW MAPS WITHOUT AMY JAPS IF EVERYBODY WILL. ONLY PITCH.'" ' THAT ALL-OUT EFFORT BACK AT HOME- IS AMERICA'S MODERN DESI&M &<

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