Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 20, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, March 20, 1942
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^"il-.v, • - SSsri-'U-. ^ HOP! If Aft, HOPE, ARKANSAS "'' 'Ads must be in office day before publication You can talk to only one man Want Ads talk to Thousands SILL, RINT, BUY OR SWAP tit Want Ads cash in advance. Not token over the Phone Oite lime—2e word, minimum 30e Thfee Hm«s—-3Vi« word, minimum SOe Sh» tlrnM—3e wofd, mlnlmam 73c One month—l»c word, minimum SJ.?0 Rotas at* fof continuous lns«f*»o'ui oniv "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For SaU i S6M8 NICE REGISTERED COCKER |n Vriid poihfer puppies. Padgitts Ken, 3 miles South on 29. 18-30tp I COTTON SEED, D &PL 12, STONES' '*Ville 2-B, first year from breeder. ''Hay, Alfalfa, Lespedza, and oJhn- i son grass. See T. S. McDavitt. it* 2-18-tf , A REAL CASH BARGAIN. 1934 MOD die Chevorlet pick-up. 2 new tires. k ' Clean job. $85 00. Apply Huston and ii'Sbn. E. 6th St. 17-6tp 1 WHJL BE AT BUNDY'S SERVICE ->, Station all day Thursday with a collection of rose bushes and shrubs. Mrs. Alston. 17-3tp POTATO SEED — STATE ( > certified. Red velvet, Nancy Hall, |j'r,'Gold Coin, Porto Rico, Bunch Porto {^'Rico SI 25 bu. Commercial pack. * • At Farm. D, M. Samuel, Rt. 3, i, t Hope. 19-3tp For Rent |,CLOSE IN. THREE LARGE MOD- "ern, unfurnished rooms. Front and back entrances. Also small modern t 'Apartment. Furnished with every££* thing new. Private entrance and '%/ utilities paid. Mrs. Tom Carrel. Call *. 17-tf fi FRONT BEDROOM. ..Phone 448 CLOSE IN. 18-3tc 'ONE ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment 710 N. Elm. Phone 786-J. 18-3tp 2,. ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT •' 'Private Bath. 506 N. Washington. 18-3tp WELL FURNISHED; ROOM WITH excellent meals. Adults only. Phone 238. 19-6tc I LARGE BEDROOM. PRIVATE BATH j~-m~^**f***ttmp,ii*i.um*mm*^*, i ___• Hope Star of Hop*,, 1899; Pr««* 1927, Conwtl- doted Jortuory 18, 1929. Published «v*rv WMk-day after noon by Star Publishing Co. Inc. 1C. E. Palmer and ATex H. Woshbum) at the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. C. t. PALMER, Pr«ld«nf AllX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and PuMMMf Ehtered di second cldss matt*' ot the Postofflce ot Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Meons Associated Press (NEA)-—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n gf" Twin beds. Suitable for one or two Particular job. We, theWom'en Mother Has a War Job — Keeping Home Cheerful By ROTH MILLETT American women are falling down on one home defense job that they— and only they—can do, the job of protecting family life from depression, strain and fear. Instead of working hard to keep their homes quite, restful places where the whole family can relax, enjoy each other's company and spend happy hours—they have let family life become geared to the tempo of radio news broadcasts. In too many families this is a typical evening. The kids come homo from school and Papa comes home from work tired and, often these days, depressed. Tiike Gloomy Delight in Bail News They sit down to the dinner table— but there isn't much conversation. A news broadcast is on and the whole family is listening. The most cheerful remark made at the table is "Things sure look bad." Then Papa comments on all the bad news and he and Mama both seem to take a glomy delight in loking at a dark future. After dinner the family doesn't settle down to anything because every little while there is another news broadcast to listen to—mostly the same news they read in the paper and heard earlier in'the evening, but there is always the chance something big may have happened since the last broadcast. And so the gloomy evening goes—> and the next night there is another one just about like it, only the folks next door drop in and add their own predictions of dire things to come. Needed: A Cherful, Serene Wife It really is Mama's fault that home isn't a more cheerful place these days —for controlling the atmosphere of the home has always been woman's Subscription Rate {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 Th« Associated Prest! Thi Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republlcatlon of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Notional ' Advertising Representative— Arkansoi Dalllei. Inc.; Memphis, T*nn., Sferick Buijding; Chicago, 400 Nqrtti New Michigan Avnue Fifth" Avenue; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 4M Terminal Bldg. =, ,-.c,r "York City, 507 Detroit, Mich., 2842 Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charge will be made for all tributes, card* of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news colutnns to protect their readers from a deluge of spacc- taklntj memorials. The Star 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 CLARENCE E. BAKER County & Probate Clerk LEO RAY Tax Assessor JOHN RIDGDILL can make the atmosphere of a home appy and secure. Being that kind of person is Mama's: ib. A tough job today—but not too iugh for Mama if she will put her lind to it. gentlemen. Garage space. Phone 946. 19-3tp Furniture For Sale -IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater ' For better prices on furniture see us. 4-lmpd. Notice DON'T TAKE A CHANC1! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp Mama can't do much to help aolve the world's problems, but she co ..id if she tried, improve conditions in her own little world. Just one serene, cheerful person • )X PO 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 Serrice Course that will prepare you quickly for £. Civil Service examination. The government needs thousands of stenographers. Perry Business School, Hope, Arkansas. 10-12lc 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 Wanted to Buy J. T. BEARD PRODUCE CO. BUYS ) poultry and eggs; copper, brass, zinv, .aluminum, and all kinds of junk. Best prices. 19-3tp , Only 30 per cent of athelete's foot is caused by fungus infections, re- ti search reveals. Nervous exhaustion ;/ and inability to relax cause other cases. Mind Your Manners Test your- knowledge -of correct social usaoe by answering the following questions; then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. Should a houseguest complain that the food his hostess serves is top rich for him? 2. Should a houseguest let a hostess know when he starts his visit what day he intends to leave? 3. Is it all right for a houseguest, who has planned to stay four days, to decide suddenly on the second day that he is going home? 4. Is it necessary to write a bread-and-butter note after visiting one's relatives? 5. Should a houseguest who happens to be from a large city make fun of the small town in which his hostess lives, if she also lived in a city previously? What would you do if— You have spent a week-end with a friend— (a) Wait until you have time to write a long, newsy letter and tell her how much you enjoyed the week-end? (b) Write her as soon as you return home, whether you have time for a long letter or not? Answers 1. No. 2. Yes. 3. No. Not unless he receives a message making it necessary to return home. 4. Certainly. 5. No. Better "What Would You Do" solution—(b). Orange ImUisrty Florida's orange industry was found- d accidentally. Spjmish explorers, munching on the golden fruit they rought with them from Spain, spit ut the seeds which grew into the first J. S. orange trees. About three-fourths of Venezuela's irude oil is -refined on the Nether- ands' West Indian Islands of Curacao nd Aruba. DUDLEY Flour & Feed Co. ON COTTON ROW SEE US FOR Seed Potatoes Fertilizer RENT WANT-ADS r<'> 'ifjr |4 5 OUT OUR WAY By J.R. Williams WHAT'S THATT MAM HOt-PlM' THAT HAMMER OKA WAR, WORK FDR. A RAJ TO COME OUT OF ITS HOLE.? COME OW, WE'LL UOOK. IMTO THIS/ TO SPEEP THIMGS UP THEY GAVE THE BULL OF THE VvOODS A STAFF- BUT 1MSTEAD OF SEMPIKJ' 'EM HE TAKES 'EM/ CAM'T KEEP THESB CIVILIAN OUT OF THE PROMT LIME/ THEY DoH'T SEEM TO KMOW HOW TO USE A STAFF, BUT BOY, HOW QUICK THEY LEARN! WHEM TH' FIRST BOMB DROPS CLOSE/ J-2.0 COPB. 1942 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. DEC. U. 6. PAT. OFF. THE LEG MEKJ WASH TUBBS One Last Chance Friday, Martlj.20, 1942 By Roy Crane (LEt'S SfE U WHAT HAS BECOME OF LISKA WIU MOT LEAVE—THEN WE 6O OUT REAR 6OOR IN ESCAPE OF AMERICAN." *UT WHO 16TO Alt) IN MY ESCAPE? MO ONE I HE MIL. TAKE ME 0EWNP TH6 P0CKS WHEftE THE 6REAT SHARKS LURK— AND... U6HJ I AM 50 LONELY, 50 teSPERATE 1— 1 COULO Cfctt . IS A 6000 IDEA I HE IS MOT TOU6H, THIS JAP. HEI6AK6EPER OF HOTELS WITH THE HEART OF A CHICKEN . COPB. 1942 BY MEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REd. U. 5. PAT. OFP POPEYE All Dressed Up and No Place to Go Thimble Theater IF HE EV9M LOOKS AT HER I'LL. CREASE HIS «5KULL (JOITH AW ANCHOR BUT MAWBE- PoPEWB \ !<=> TRUE TO MB — HE ) HA-BM'T SPOK&M TO J HER «SlrJCB HE ~S HER.) I'LL FIND POPEVe AND 66 R6AL. MICE TO HIM BEFORB 6HE UUORKS OKU HIM HAIR COMBED, WELU 'SUIT. SHOE'S «SHIW£D, CLEAN AMD COLOCdNEVJ BUVA BOUD TODA.V- FOR TOMORROW Copr. 194), Kins Peituru SyndfcMe, Inc., DONALD DUCK Thanks for the Piggy-Back Ride! By Walt Disney WINK. WE CAN MAKE (T, *~*S NOT A CHANCE UNCA DONALD?) BOYS'...MUST gE FOUR FEET DEEP! WHY ARE Y' TURNING AROUND AND PARKIMS UNCA DONALD? 5URE...EASY! I JuST J 5T "S. MADE IT IN THI KLUNK AMP PULLEP ) r- THE TRAILER I j—^ THINK. I CAN MAKE IT PUDPY? PIPE DOWN, HERE COMES A CAR Copr 1941. W*ft'Dmey W«!J Right. Rtwrvtd /« >, j&«« BLONDIE The Anvil Chorus! Q'M SO SLEEPV J11; 111( WELL,CLOSE THEM, )l 11 . ' i 11111111 • I CAN'T KEEP t"' « 'V PEAR, ANP TAKE </ ' x^ X By Chic Young L DO YOU WAVE TO MAKE SO )||l|,~ < MUCH NOISE WITH THOSE* KNITTING NEEDLES ? Kin< Kjrurgj SynJiciii;. Inc.. World ri B h» H«TVB|. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES What's the Use? By Edgar Martin RED RYDER Click! 3-20 _ POPR. 1842 BY r NCA SERVICE WELL, OLP TIMER THE CROVNP TO MY SPEECH 'BOUT AS LOUS AS A TUMBUEWEED IN3 A AS LOW<3 AS THERE'S COWHANDS MAKIM' FOFt &UCViS A^3P ' THERE'LL BE BILLY TO TAKE IT FROM 'EM.' By Fred Harmon * ALLEY OOP He Thinks He's Safe ANP IF YOU RAISE MOIOEY FOR A SCHOOL, YOU GOTTA no LIKE BILLY BOSTON! uoes ANP OFFER THEhA -PUNCHERS SOME THE\R tiy V. T. Hamlin ' 4EM1 t?. L T H ^L H 0^5^ A >--'^^~H HM ' >A '' THOUSH " THEY OVE^PUJM ^,r V^HIP^' TELL M^v^AT^XS^EUSSDERAPO^A 1 ". THE REBELS WIU^WEVER OF^HE HOSTAGE^^/L-OCKAWDKE^ \PAREATTACKME..., ^~^ Wt- IMt HOSTAGES / KIKJQ JOHN... \NOTWHILEIHOLT> ( §°W=- COMFORTABl-E L /^if^ HER! > / Vw H e ER / ^ ^ r J:j::" PAV HER. A LITTLE VISIT/ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Good Intentions WE'LL SET EM OPEN FOR. BUSINESS YET / YWaoJ By Merrill Blosser WE THOUGHT WE COULD HELP You.' We DIDN'T THINK YOU'D i. HAVE TO HELP OS.'

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