Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 30, 1938 · Page 4
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c- PAGE FOUR MKAKSAS "The More You TeU the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times—3 Vac word, mih. 506 Six times—6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—ISc word, minimum $2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions onls. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 30c for one time; at 3^c word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Ideal Furniture Store has just received Big Lot of Living Room Suites, Rugs, etc. Remember we sell cheaper. 5-26tp f uesday, Augsut.30, 1938 STORIES IN STAMPS pUR^gOARDlNG HOUSE ..... with...,. . . MAJOR HOPPLE OUT OUR WAY For Sale FOR SALE—Baby buggy and inner spring mattress. Practically new. '203 East Ave. C. 29-3tc FOR SALE—Ice-Cold Melons. Last Crop. 10-15 and 20 cents. Community Ice & Produce Co. 29-3tc FOR SALE—Good used Piano- Bargain for cash. Mrs. John Wellborn, 603 West Third. Phone 467. 29-3tp No'tice NOTICE—Ideal Furniture Store has moved to corner of Walnut and 2nd Street where we can serve our customers better. We appreciate and solicit your business. Remember, we buy, sell and trade. Buy here and save mon- I ey. 23-12tp. I NOTICE — 32.50 Permanent. SI.50: I S3.50 Permanents, S2.00. Eugene Per- \ manents 33.00. All work qunranteed. 1 White Way Beauty Shop. Phone 119. ! 119 West Front street. 29-3tc NOTICE—Local money to loan on improved farm lands ar.d city property; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lercley. Hope. Arkansas. 2S-6tc Sep 5, 3-c NOTICH—Frances Barhair. Graham announces the re-oper.ing of her i Dance Studio at the Hotel Bar'.ov,-. Special courses given on Tap. Ballet,! ri^ilrcorr:- CTasse-s begir t ning September Ithh. Fcr aprcir.tn-.ent call 3T4J. Wanted WANTED—T-A-O 550 gallon Gas Tanks, also two puir.rs. Must be in first class condition. No junk wanted. And above all a bargain. Jim Reed, Hope, Ark. 29-3tp Norway—the Home Of Reindeer fpHE great forests and the high •*• plateaux of Norway abound in bear, lynx, and the wolf. Bears are chiefly restricted to the uplands north of Trondjhem, and the cutting of forests lias steadily limited their range. The wolves have •decreased, but in Finmark they are still abundant and the worst enemy of the reindeer. Almost a symbol of Norway is the reindeer. The red deer is confined almost chiefly to the west coast districts, and is usually regarded as a survival of the oak age. But on the high fjelds the wild reindeer run with the slut- ton, lemming, and fox. In Finmark the wild reindeer has markedly decreased, but the nomadic Lapps maintain large herds, liv- ng a pastoral life built almost entirely around this animal. The lemming is a curious animal, famous for its non-periodic migrations. At such times vast bodies of these animals sweep the country, even swimming lakes and the deep, cold fjords. They are pursued by predatory animals and even the reindeer kill them to obtain the vegetable matter in their bodies. Such is the survival of the fittest up towards the Arctic Circle. A reindeer is shown here on a current Norwegian stamp portraying the natural beauties of the 'country. fCopyrigrht, 193S. NEA Service. Inc.) Stamps to Go CHORLEY WOOD. England-//PV-A stamp collection, valued at 52.450.000 and kept for 25 years uninsured on the bookshelves of the late T. W. Hall's home is being sold. He collected 2.000.000 stamps in GO years. Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER FOR RENT FOR RENT—Three room furnished apartment with private bath. 203 East Ave. C. 30-3tp FOR SALE—Copies of Hope Star's fl.TOO Centennial edition giving complete authentic history of 20 Southwest Arkansas towns. Buy now. Supply is limited. Bound copies, 50 cents ~add 12 cents if desired to be mailed. Unbound copies, 25 cents—add 6 cents of you want it mailed. 3-tf-dh Questions on Page One As we have 'the Brown family" we can assume a husband and wife and probably a child. Looking over the problem we see mention or a niece and granddaughter, so we can assume that the Browns have one child—a daughter—and also assume that it is her grandmother and aunt who have come to visit. As we have sisters-in-law and a daughter-in-law and mother-in- law, we see that the visitors must be the mother and sister of Mr. Brown. Now, writing out these five relationships, we have: Mr. J. L. Brown, Jr.—son, brother, husband, father; Mrs. J. L. Brown—daughter-in-law sister-in-law, wife, mother; ViVolet Brown—daughter, niece, granddaughter; and the visitors, Mrs. John Brown, Sr., who is a grandmother, mother, and bother-in- law, and her daughter, Laura Brown who is a daughter, sister, sister-in-law, and aunt. These relationships combined produce all those named in the problem. MUSICAL GENIUS HORIZONTAL 1, 6 Late jazz composer, Answer to Previous Puzzle 13 To declaim. 14 Opposite of dead. .16 Wild buffalo. 11 Matching : group. 18 Rends asunder. : 19 Monkey. 20 Female fowl. 21 Barren dry regions. 23 Moccasin, 25 Tablet. 28 Bone. 28 Royal. 31 To acquire knowledge. 34 Average. 35 Style. 36 Comman^. 38 Theater platform. 39 Sheltered place. 41 Like. 42 To bark. 45 Moment. 50 Baseball club. 52 Pistol. 54 Ingenuous. 55 Eternity. 56 Liver fluid. 57 Illegality. 58 Garden door. 60 He was composer of musical . 61 He wrote fine orchestral VERTICAL 1 Grain. 2 Comfort. 3 Kiln. 4 To soak flax. 5 Auricula te. 6 To donate, 7 Always. 8 Residue. 9 Owns. 10 Outer garment. 11 Genus of cetaceans. 12 North America. 15 Circular wall 20 He studied piano and 21 Split pea. 22 Sun. 24 He was honored by a memorial —- in July. 25 Part of a switchboard. 27 Believers in particular creeds, 29 Ever. 30 To wander about. 32 Exclamation. 33 Equipage. 37 Portuguese coin. 38 Perched. 40 Boredom. 43 Money Changing. 44 Part of hand. 46 Wise. 47 Sesame (pi.) 48 Kava. 49 Current tidings. 50 Male guinea pig. 51 Poker stake. 53 Golf device. 55 Self. 56 Before Christ. 59 Electric unit. tHeRfe/S SC3MBTHIWQ ' XM^^^^^^^^^. ^££™%l^ <^^ s^rr-im ,x LOOK AT THE BARMACLS- TRAMP THAT'S LIMPIMQ /AJTO THS OLD PUPkSATORy K ^ THEM / f»LOWGD THROUGH A LOT OP £OAM IN * ITS PAV,TO IT THAT AWOY, MATEY/ T&U'LL FIND TH' HAP.BOR MASTER WAITIUO TO MOP UP YOUR PECKS WHAT ILL IS MY HE6LS THAT TREATS TO -THTS UNWARRANTED HU Ml LI AT/ON SO/ME OF A BLOW AMD LOST HIS SAIL ANJD "TOPPER / ;^-ii By J. R. WILLIAMS ^ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES COPR. 1933 BV"NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG, u. s. PAT. OFF ' '3-30. WHEN 1. GIVE WORP THAT I'LL BE •SACK FOR BREAKFUST, X NEVER. BREAK My WORD/ I HAD TO WALK THUTTEEN MILE'S BUT I'M BACk^HA 1 1 5TIFFV, PIP I EVER NOT COME BACK WHEN I - - BETTUW V THET'S AN V WELL, ONE ] TAKE A \ ACCOMPLISHMENT, \ ACCOMPLISHMENT! NAP, ) HINA GITTIM' BACK \ LIKE THAT FROM TOWN, BUT \TAXE5 ANJV HE WON'T ACCOMPLISH OTHER. ALL ANYTHING ELSE FER /OUT G H1M- THREE PAVS XVUH CAN'T PAINT A BARN AFTER. PAIMTIM' A MASTi5?PlEC£ BOOTHS, TRVb '. VVe/S A.UO XOO TO OO AV\- XOO CANi To ALLEY OOP ATCH OUT X THAT LIMB BUST WASH TUBBS LVSTEN, \F YOU TH\M\<. GO\N6 TO S\T HERE [ SHE'S THE LITTLE ALL W16HT VWHILE YOU CP^PPLED 6\RL DANCE WITH THAT \ I \WAS TELLIWG BABV-FACED B?AT, \ YOU ABOUT. YOU'RE CRAZY 1 . Meet Mr. Boxwood By EDGAR MARTIN VOV\O 6ObT I T<b\< ••• H/E. A'S.^.VVitO ? J CtQ.T A \Vi\-y \S 1 XeA^tV^G 1-\6WC i 1 ¥^4 L^l^l! _r~; ^ V''r^^^f^ ^ i^=- hj)=^i:^& I ^: 6 AX ^ Out and Down By V. T. HAMLIN HOVKAWOWl H' GOLDINGE.D PLATFORM^S BUSTIN' oowtsi! COPR. 1938'BY NEA SERVICE. INC.> ^^T-Hy r . T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. ; , , ^- J ' Okeh With Webbie By ROY CRANE CR\PPLED ? ISSUE'S WOT A CR'IPPLED ? T %gJt p Acg> \WM/^T ARP VOL I TPV. \ ^ w ^» » P*NU W»|fA' /AIS& 7ww I |S Y l i,i-.t^_-I . i,-—• 1NS lT T ^ H S^ ? ' ""WE'RE LEAVIWG! "* 1 G' •ft FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Boiling Point YOU'LL DO AS I SAV, X THAT'S F\V4El SPLEMDlDfl 'DEBBIE NEWHOPE, \ \Wi56\N\A, ARE YOU OP YOU'LL NEVER DATED UP THE PEST HAVE ANOTHER DATE WITH ME I ,^ «w CI * , / « nT ... ', MO. WE6BIE. MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE F Nor,ON YOUR. ^ LIFE I YOU AND PEEWEE WERE IN THAT WATER PRETTY LONQ AND WE DONT WANT YOU GETTING PNEUMONIA FROM EXPOSURE J AND JL HAVE A SURPRISE FOR, YOU / BACK AT THE C 'E.LD, MVGA PIKJDS ME/. HUMPHRIES DESPOKJDEMT OVER THE LATEST SKY- WAV wo OKIE BADW INJJUR&D.DUE TO WHITEV'S SKILLFUL LAKJDItOG - BUT IF OIOLV I HAD LISTENED TO VOUR HUUCH, MISS WORTH/ Myra's Plan By MEKRiLL BLQSSER BETTER JUST TAKE PEEvVEE'S .' FRECKLES' TEMPERATURE AT THIS POINT WOULDNT PROVE A THIN6 / I'M SOIN6 IN TO TAKE THEIR. ,. TEMPERATURES// IT WASU'T A HUWCH, /W2. HUMPHRIES... JUST LISTEM TO *& iss) WHV, THAT'S SPAEBOW VEKJKJEE'5 VOICE/ RIGHT/ VOUVE JUST HEARD A. SPEAK-O-PHOKJE RECOEDIMG OF HIS TELEPHONE COWVEESATIOM EAELV THIS EVEMIMGj,.AWD SPARROW IS DEFIMITELV NO7 AM IZAAK VALTOM/ COPK.'KM BY NE» OEBVICt. INC. T M KEG. U. S. PAT. OFF. JBy Ray Thompson and Charles CoU BUT IF IT'S A. TIP-OFF CODE, HOW CAM WE-- THAT'S WHAT I PROPOSE TO FIMDOLJT TOMORROW/ i ^3 s <r

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