Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 21, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 21, 1942
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A Saturday, March 21, J»|| Adi iriiiit to in office day before publication You eon talk to only one man Want Ads talk to Thousands SIU, RINT, IUY OR SWAP ! Ads Cash In advance. Not taken over the Phone ,,' diw Urn*—*« wsrt, Mlntmym Jo« thue tlm«—JVi« word, minimum $0c *,' lit tlm*»—S* w«W. Minimum tit On« m<m«h—• tie wofd, minimum $1.70 ,, Ro1M of* tor continuous ins«f*'6»w nriiv £, "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sol* ym NICE REGISTERED COCKER pointer puppies, Pndgttts Ken* riels, 3 miles South on 29, 18-30tp BROWN HORSE MULE. WEIGHT 700. Wearing hnlter. O. F. Byers. Phone 343. 21-2tp 3TTON SEED, D «iPL 12, STONE- le 2-B, first year from breeder. "Hay, Alfalfa, Lespcdza, and oJhn- ?i-893. See T. 3. McDavltt. 2-18-tf REAL CASH BARGAIN. 1034 MO- Chevorlet pick-tip. 2 nevv tires. Glenn job. $85.00. Apply Huston tind ffifcm. E, Bth St. 17-6tp SEVILLE'S RADIO SEIVICE. CALL for nhd deliver. Work guaranteed. Located at Western Auto Store. Phone 747. 2Mmp. BE AT BUNDY'S SERVICE all day Thursday with a cdllectton of rose bushes and shrubs. s. Alstdn. 17-3tp POTATO SEED — STATE Certified. Red velvet, Nancy Hall, Coin, Porto Rico, Bunch Porto Rico. $1.25 bu. Commercial pack. Farm. D. M. Samuel, Rt. 3, e. l9-3tp |*pMATO PLANTS. OPEN FIELD Bg£own. Monts Seed Store, 21, 6t For Rent , SE IN. THREE LARGE MOD- P ern, Unfurnished rooms. Front nnd j? f hack entrances. Also small modern %'*|?m-tmerit. Furnished with evcry- ^ftvlhing new. Private entrance and &* Utilities paid. Mrs. Tom Carrel. Call *"• .' 17-tf : ME ROOM FURNISHED APART- ppnent 710 N, Elm. Phone 78G-J. ' 18-3tp fcftOOM FOR RENT WITH BOARD. "MrS. S. R. Young. 403 W. Division. lil Phone 71. 21-3tp fWELL FURNISHED ROOM WITH -.ij excellent meals. Adults only. Phone 1 238. 19-6tc BEDROOM. PRIVATE BATH. Twin beds. Suitable for one or two gentlemen. Garage space. Phone 946. 19-3tp !«f/2 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT n Spring Hill and 16th st. A. R. it< Newberry. 21-3tp Furniture For Sale i l»EAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater S}',, For better prices on furniture see '"* US* 4-lmpd. Notice Strayed Services Offered We,theWomen Do Your BH As Needed—Not As You Like It By Ktmr M1LLETT Too mnny women nrc still running around in circles, trying to find n l)lnce for themselves in the war ef- tort. The reason for nil their wasted energy is their inability to odmit thnt maybe they could be of more renl service to their country if they would learn to do their own jobs better, instead of trying to take on a lot of new nctivities. Every womnn who cnn read knows it is important to conserve' tires. Yet count the cars outside the club rooms where women are doing war work. Every woman knows that it is important to conserve sugar. Yet in home after home there is an orgy of cake baking, pic baking, and candy making going on as women try to use up all the sugar they hnve on hand before rationing goes into effect in their communities. Waste Must Be Eliminated Every woman has been told that women's number one job is to improve the health of the nation by seeing that their families get the proper amount of essential foods every day—yet lots of housewives still can't STORIES IN STAMPS Hope Star » feiflg JJ& PubHWmrtvtty-.WMk.day afrtr noon by Stor Publishing Co. Inc. (C, E. Palmer end Alex H. Woshburn) at ih« Star building, 212-214 South Walnut ttrftvt, Hope. Ark. *.>> , PtMM*ftt . N. WASMBURN, fdlt<Jf «INl WMMMr EnU'ftd as j«cond* clasj matter at the Po»tofflc» a) Hope, Arkomai under the Act of March 3/1897. (API—Moans Associated Press (NEA)—Mcahs Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subxrlptlor* Rate (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; Hempjteod, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Auoetoted Prats: Thtf Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republlcotlon of oil news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. National Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dalllet. Inc.) Memphis, Tenn., SJerlck Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avnue' New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue- Detroit, Mich.. 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Cha»e< on Tributes, Ife.s Chorge will be mode for all tributes, cordi of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the deported. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy In the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space- taklrm 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 Hcmpstend County Democratic primary election: WASH TUBBS Is He Sold? PLEASE TO STOP IMFERMAL STOP IT I -\ IT WAS BteHU AND THE \ YOU HAve \C0MMAfJOEH WHO PERMIT- ) AlO ESCAPE OF \ TED THE ESCAPE 7 AMERICAN ANP ' — ' YOU PAY PENALTV/ BISHU HAS INFORM ME WHAT HAPPEN, HE WAS THERE. HE SAW I,TOO, WAS THERE AND SAW. ITELLydU IT WAS BISHU! I HADM06UN... 1 COULD CO NOTHING . 1843 BY MCA SERVICE. INC* *T. M. BEC. U. 9. PAT. Off By Roy Cron* J W6WT WITH THB AMERICAN AfTfeft HIS ESCAPE, VES. BUT VyMVf ONLY BECAUSE 1 THINK IT 16 OPPORTUNITY T0<5ET MESSA6E. PUWISH ME BECAUSE J FAIL, BUT NOT BECAUSE OTHBR'S PERMITTED HIS POPEYE DOMT _ -WA KNJOU;^.! tUOOOEM LOOK! AT NO OTHER DAME 6SCEPT «-/OU KNEU) VOU ^UJERE THE DEPENDABLE Just Rubber-Necking Thimble Theater /'THATHU'S'SV. 1 THE"' NERVE OF= HER-UJHV ? I THIMK "SHE'S WOU? (l^AlO —--) Cupr. mi. Kln» Fn'lrit. S,il,c«'. DONALD DUCK Just Leave it to Uncle Donald! / N f WEH, < 5Hfc= SU (>eu_,FOR-)S ^ t OLIVE— ^— - -^ By Walt Disney Sheriff & Collector FRANK J. HILL CLARENCE E. BAKER County & Probate Clerk LEO RAY Tax Assessor JOHN RIDGDILL TAKE A CHANC1! BRING Us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp s,DO YOU WANT A BETTER JOB? Then why wait? See Miss Mary Loggins in charge of our Hope School located in the Carrigan 3uilding and ask about our Special Civil Serrice'Course that will prepare you quickly for L Civil Service examination. The government needs ; thousands of stenographers, Pen-y ^ Business School, Hope, Arkansas. 10-J2lc 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-U8-213B, Memphis, Tenn., or see Lee H. Boyett, Stamps, Ark. Feb. 19-26, Mar. 5-12 Wonted to Buy J, T, BEARD PRODUCE CO. BUYS poultry and eggs; copper, brass, zinv, ' aluminum, and all kinds of junk. * Best prices. 19-3tp Great Wall of China Conquered by Arrplane r JPHE Great Wall of China, knownj sis man's most colossal work; winds over mountains and valleys for almost 1200 miles, from thtj seacoast city of Shankaikwan to, the Gobi desert . j The stamp above, issued in 1933, contrasts the modern with the old; an airplane over the Great Wall •The airplane has destroyed the lvalue of the once impregnable iwall. I Partly of hewn stone, partly o£ brick, the wall follows the contour of the-country. In a direct line, the •wall extends 1145 miles Including cross barriers, stubs, and three vast loops, there is approximately 2550 miles of the former symbol of China's strength. The wall is from nine to 15 feet thick^ and 15 to 30 feet high Astronomers say the wall is the only work of man on earth that would be visible to the human eye from the moon. If superimposed on, United States, the wall would reach from New York to Topeka, Kans. The wall was erected about 200 B. C., during the reign of Shih. Huang Ti who pressed into service every third man in the empire. Countless thousands who died in :he slow, tedious labor were buried within the wall. quote the government yardstick for a well-balanced diet. Every woman knows thiit she ^hould not ask any store to deliver anything she can carry herself—yet many women are still having groceries delivered every day, instead of organiz- ng the job of menu making so that they can get hy on one delivery a week plus walking to the grocery and carrying home small items. Women want to help win the war— ml too many of them want to decide low they arc going to help, instead of doing what they are asked to do. And that is often nothing more than •eorganizing the job of housekeeping o as to do away with waste and promote the family's welfare. OUT OUR WAY N \-/n> T^—'U vc^ <SOT nirv* i 11 UP/ GOSH, I WAMTED TO SEE THAT/ MOW I KKJOW V\)HV THERE HA.SMT BEEM MUCH WR\TTEM ABOUT REAL. COWBOVIMG — H SOUR OMV-.V SEORET/ wMMlV W#4t*Sr'W- WlMiMJa£m&iF''e,. ~t, n. NEVER DO THE HARP VV/XY, 'S! WAvTCH' A Nag of Another Color . IIIV ' 'jii i i—i • BLONDIE By Chic Young (YES, BUT THIS • TIME IT'S WORSE-RAPISH; SAV, PIDNT I JUST TELL YOU AT THE BACK POOR, THAT I PIPNT KJEEP ACAKI-- OPENER ? •"• 1~>H, C3UL.L.X NUW - 1 THERE'S SOMEBODy •> ATTLJC'-c:»/-»klT , . ( IHfcK&SSOMEBO V0SK- > AT THE PROMT ( v i- -^ >- DOOR DUDLEY Flour & Feed Co. BOOTS AND HtR BUDDIES Silence. Etc By Edgar Martin I'LV. WPsVt to SEE. SEE US FOR Seed Potatoes Fertilizer RED RYDER Some Specifications By V. T. Hamlin By J.R.Williams OOB)E THEV F>UMO-\ \ t A HOLE IKi TH' BRESH IT CLOSES UP 'ENA AM' SO DOES THE\R MOOTH.' ALLEY OOP Come in, King By Fred Harmon HM>.' WHAT A \HVEN THOUGH THE REBELS DOPE/BUT THEM,) HA.VE BROKEN My MIU- NEPJO FIDDLED (ITARV POWER, THEY DARE WHILE ROME /NOT LAV A HAND ON 6URMED,TOO''ME...MOT WHILE I HOLD THE FAIR ME, WITH VEAJ2S OF EXIN POWER AND \MTRj&uE... BAH; SHOW THOSE DULLARPS WHO'S MASTEE OF FRECKLES AND H4S FRIENDS Favorite Pastime By Merrill Blosser WHAT HAPPENED To THE SOLDIERS you iwviTeo FOR. DIMMER ? j. (HEY SAIDTHEV WERE HEARD OF HEAUTHY YOUWG SOLDIERS PASSIMG UP HOME-COOKED e> THE TiSADE SECR.ET

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