Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 23, 1942 · Page 2
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;*. ' ",...' 3 ^ ' ' Atls must be in office day before publication You can talk to only one man Want Ads talk to Thousands SELL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP |p Want Ads easfi in advance. Not tokeh over the Phone On* tlmt—2e word, minimum 30e Three time*—3Vic word, minimum 30c Six flMCt—Se word, minimum 7it One month—1 Sc word, minimum $2.70 Rote! ore tor continuous lns*r"<vu two "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Salt NICS REGISTERED COCKER „ pointer puppies. Padgitts Ken- Inels, 3 miles South on 29. 18-30tp DN SEED, D &PL 12, STONE- 2-B. first year from breed*!-. j ; Hay, Alfalfa, Lespetka, aad > son, grass. Se« V, S. MeDftvitt. 2-18-tf |A SEAL CASH BARGAIN. 1934 MO- if^-Me Chevorlei pick-up. 2 new tires. 3§ Cleatt job $85.00. Apply Huston Mid f-t* Son. E 6th St. 17-$tp SG-JJI, . -..- •>- _ —^ ,._ .._ ,. PAIR OF GOOD WORK Wt. about 2200 Ib. In good , shape. See W. A. Austin, Hope, ''Route 2. 23-3tp 3MATO PLANTS. OPEN FIELD ''grdwn. Monts Seed Store. .21, 6t For Rent ICLOSE IN THREE LARGE MOD\ em, unfurnished rooms. Front and •back entrances. Also small modern $f«partment. Furnished with every- g new Private entrance and $ utilities paid Mrs. Tom Carrel. Call 17-tf JROOM FOR RENT WITH BOARD. ">Mrs. S R Young. 403 W. Division. iJ'JPhone 71. 21-3tp FURNISHEO ROOM WITH •£ excellent meals. Adults only. Phone 19-Btc F§2 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT 1^ On Spring Hill and 16th st. A. R.- §£j# Newberry 21-3tp FURNISHED GARAGE A, partment Bills paid. Phone 67. Mrs. •jB, L. Rettig 23-3tc ^FURNISHED 4-ROOM APARTMENT. " Newly decorated. Private bath and electric refrigerator. Private en^.trance and garage. 220 North Elm. Phone 925-J 23-3tc Piono Tuning ASK YOUR MUSIC TEACHER about B< B. Haven. Piaiio tuning and rebuilding. Now at Hotel Snyker. 23-6tp Furniture For Sale IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater For better prices on furniture S*C us. 4«lmp& Strayed BROWN HORSE MULE, WEIGHT 700. Wearing halter. O. F. Byers. Phone 343. 21-2tp Services Offered Hope Star Star of Hop*. 1899; Pf*M 1927, CeMOll dotrt Jariuofy 111. 1929. Published ttVtrV wwk-doy afttr rMM by Star Publishing Co. Inc. (C. E. Palmar and Alex H. Washbum) at th« itar building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope. Ark. AUX. M. 'tditoV Vnd Entered as weohflf claw matter at th« Postoffiee at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press Newspaper Enterprise AsS'ft Subscription Hat* fAlways Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week iSc; Hempsteod, Nevada, Howord, Mlllef and Lafayette counties. $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member <sf The Atsodated Prets: Thi Associated Press Is exclusively entitle*/ to the use for republlcotlon of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Notional Advertising Representative—* Arkansas faille:, ln«.; Memphis, tertn., Sferick Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avftue- New York City. 507 Fifth Avenue; Detroit, Mich.. 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Termlnol Blag. Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Chords will be made for oil tributes, cords of Ihanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. • Commercial newsbofters hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of spoce- takirtj memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility for the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. REVILLE'S RADIO SE1VICE. CALL for and deliver. Work guaranteed. Located at Western Auto Store. Phone 747. 2l'-lmp. 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 WE TRAIN YOU, SET YOU UP IN your own business, send check for a large part of your profit on each order before we even start manufacturing it. Customer makes no advance payment Biggest season now stating, Winona Monument Co., Winona, Minn. 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 SJ1Z-ACKE PASTURE, PLENTY OF *• water. Adjoins city limits. Phone 651. 23-3tc ?QNE 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART^ ment, two 1 room furnished apart•* OTents, one 5 room unfurnished i" house, on old 67 north of Hop». ' * Just out of city limits. Mrs. J. C. \ -<• Schooly, Phone 38-F-ll. 16-3tc ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE, EX- cellent shape, good neighborhood. Owner leaving. Hope. . Write Hope Box 98-W. 16-3tc Notice •"DON'T TAKE A CHANC1! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE W, ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASH^ 1NGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp DO YOU WANT A BETTER JOB? Then why wait? See Miss Mary Loggins in charge of our Hope Fchool located in the Carrigan |J v 3uilding and ask about our Special >'- v Civil Serrice Course that will prepare you quickly for-1 Civil Service „ examination The government needs ^thousands of stenographers. Perry '? '•* Business School, Hope, Arkansas. "' 10-12tc ; SPECIAL ' ' ' !—CURTAILED CON- ^^struction will make it worth your jy Awhile to see this piece of property. 5 6 room house, double garage, corner ' i __ location, close in on South Pine St. " Low price, easy terms. , t C. B TYLER, Agent. 120 South 1 Mam St. THIS IS TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC | v ', that I will not be responsible for A any debts contracted by R. W. New- TJ ton or by anyone in the name of ff * the Roosevelt Hotel and Coffee Shop, " , after this date, March 21, 1942. f Signed, W. H. Davis March 23-27, April 1-3-6-10-13-17 We, HieWomen Smile When You Call American Women "Dumpy," Uncle Sam! By RUTH M1LLETT Mrs. America was thinking recently how tough sugar rationing was going to be on her and the family—liking pie and cake as much as they do. And thinking of not having a car, and that walking to the market, to bridge club, and to the beauty salon wasn't going to be much fun. Then she picked up her newspaper and read an item that gave her quite a jolt. American women—the article said— oould best be described as "dumpy." And the authority for the article was not some woman-hating feminine detractor. Rude Awakening Caused by Survey It seems that recent research done by the Bureau of Home Economics in Washington showed that the average American woman over 18 years of age is five feet, three inches and weighs 133 ind one-half pounds. Her bust measurements are 35.62, waist 29.15, and hips (shame on her) are 38.62. Compare that with the measurements of the slim young things we want to look like and often kid ourselves we do—and you see why Mrs. America got such a rude shock. For the woman who looks the way we think a woman ought to look today is a stream-lined five feet, six inches tall weighs only 122 pounds, has a 34-inch bust, a 25-inch waist and (what's a girdle shortage to her?) is only 35 inches around the hips. No wonder Mrs. America put down her paper, and got out her tape measure to read on it some discouraging figures. So she could best be described as dumpy, could she? Well, she would see about that. And right away she had something more to worry about than a possible sugar shortage and the fact that she would have to start walking whether she wanted to or not. There must be some pretty good psychologists in th We have to thank the Japs for one hing—they certainly have helped us appreciate the Chinese. Being an air raid warden has advantages. You can stay out alte at night and it's a military secret. The Japs have large teeth, but it's possible for anyone to bite off more han they can chew. It's almost time for spring housecleaning. Put on the suit that you want to keep. Too many people get their marriage and drivers' licenses mixed up. Barbs government's Bureau of Home Economics. DUDLEY Flour & Feed Co. ON COTTON ROW SEE US FOR Seed Potatoes Fertilizer RENT/ WANT-ADS OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams SHE CAUGHT ME COM IN' BY / THIS WEEK SHE WANTS "LESSEE—THREE CAKE TINS ...VEH, A THREE - LA^ER CAKE/ AN' THIS 15 THE PAN VOU COOK MEAT UOAP IN...AW ONE P|E, AN' TH' CASSEROLE PER BEANS ER MACARONI/ SHE'S PURTV FOXY- SHE JlS SENDS PACK TH' PANS SHE WANTS 6QME MORE OF/ OH , IF VOU ONLY PUT THAT MUCH THOLJehT INTO VOUR SCHOOL WORK --WHAT A CAREER./ ^ i^ U.S. fKI.Off. WHY MOTHERS GET MOfl STAR, NOM, ARKANSAS WASH TUBES A Woman Is Two-Faced HMV\t P6ft" HAPS rSUJSlC \n WHAT ycu SAY, BISHU T£LL ME... 8ISHU IS R«T! WAS BISHUS DUTY TO |<&UA(at>AMER!CAW...NOTMlWE! BI*H PAIL IM Wry, HE TRY TO BLAME ; ""' AND YOU BELIEvB Mi^A • VDO WOULD THROW Me TO THE SHARKS TO SAVE THE FACE C3F THAf STUPID D«3LT, BftHU! -y THEN BE SUCH APOOCTfESTCdV Stt—PERHAPS AM TOO HASTY AH,SUCCB55! THE COAST S UNTIL, CLe THE BALL * ,*»* (5 WEEO MANY I WILL, PLAV 6\RL LIKE you.. WITH ME! PERHAPS KMOW WHERE FIND MANy OTHER PRETTX SPIES 'SO CLEVER AS LISKA ? POPEYE Having Barrels of Fun! f I've FOUND "IT—AMD ARE SOU LOOKING Thimble Theater QS THAT DONALD DUCK z. !y. Mil. Km t j-iit.iM SnnJk.it. Ifif . World „•,!,„ ,, Mnf l And the Same to You! By Walt Disney S n- out RUB ' I DONT REPE BLONDIE The Great Builder-Upper! By Chic Young WILL you FIX MY BOAT FOR ME, PAPPV? OKAV, 0RIMG ME MV TOOL BOX I LOVE TO ' REPAIR BROKEN THINGS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Elmer in Person By Edgar Martin «i RED RYDER Eye-Appea By V. T. Homlin )ON€ST> T3EAN ST£/M?N> "N X'"TURN\W& THIS &CHOOU INTO A K.E.AONEL / "\ VJA? JU9T KEEPING J ( THIS 15 rtOT friE FIRST -RULE YOU'VE J -IE PUPPY IN /^lYx^'-v-^ > E>ROKEN> Al^S x-^v. ^——^ inu -f.. , t V'>,.,.ul/^£iS,4 / OlXDeOMC/ ViOl I I -- V '.—• —^. , .^—. i ^n M^l^ ,>, VAUUY CENTEfc.,,,,., ^^_" PREFER B-UOr^P'—WO^P^--- .._ IVtGtpUS/ I'LL WRlTt THI5 REP l&NORftAOUS A PIECE" Of me rvi~n irv i n/y^?~ ROOM TiU I fCPUND//^' 30_£_ ALLEY OOP EH? WHAT'S THIS ?? HOW DARE N i, VOU FOLLOW ME I WTO .THIS " \4 HOSTAGE CHAMBrf, ?? I (V . BACK TO YOUR PCJST l-L:s^ KMAVE.-Ofz. I'LL ... THIS IS PERFECTLY fi^l FRECKIES AND HISJRIENDS i- i Share and Share Alike By Fred Harmon AND MOW YOU FAT, V Y^'T} >(^ 1^'nnPSr ^J^ 13 ? Y ^^ GREASY /ALLEY... Y—IS? l THOUGHT YOU WERE J CERTAINLY . I HQLD i ^H . A L L FOR H|S =y AM ./BUT !r ^ -^,tf^~— ^i^ TCRW1NAT| OW//^U'REHbI'^06 ^^^•^Tr-^^ ^^Sf^zfc: h,(llm^- TnEsiP ( V ATHIM.TOO/ BUV DEFENSE T." BONOS t, r— , STAMPS THERE'S ANB <HS CM Dp IT. BUT "WE" MEWS EVERY600X EVEN YOU' THEM'S A WAR.TOBCWOM ANt> WE WIU. WW IT i J(p EVlKRYONe OP US JUSf' RlttOWS THHOU6M / Job Finds Girl u-«i WHV AM i DOIKJ& THIS? I GOT LETTERS 'CLP AMP VOUM&; ' POOH. AMP RICH, gvenveopy eer INI ANt> PITtl^. 6UV A BOMP. Sew A STrtW, BOD PITCH ! /« BUT WHY HAVE ME IN A I SUIT? BY Merrill Blosser SOME P^OPUH ONILY • WOK AT PICTURES /

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