Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 15, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 15, 1938
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PAGE FOUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS "The More You Tell the Quicker You SelT RATES One time—8c word, minimum 30c Three times—SHc word, min. 50c Six times—€c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum |2.70 Rates axe for continuous insertions only, 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 STORIES IN STAMPS. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . , , , MAJOR HOOPLE Thursday, September 16, 1938 Services Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-J. l-26tc You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bldg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-2Gtp NOTICE—Re-paint and re-paper now; No money down, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 13-6tc For isaie NOTICE—Re-roof now. no down payment, easy terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 13-6tc FOR SALE-Copies of Hcpe Star's $1,700 Centennial edition giving com. plete authentic history of 20 South« west 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 FOR SALE—Simmons enamel front wood burning range. Remington portable typewriter. Both good as new. Vernon A. Hammond, Phone 94. 15-3tp FOR RENT Once Called World's Loftiest Peak A VOLCANIC peak, towering •^ 20,500 feet high in the Ectia- dorean Andes, Mt. Chimborazo awed the primitive Indian peoples, loomed in their eyes as the highest peak on earth. Likewise, were early geographers misin formed, long regarding the moun tain as the world's loftiest. Then in. 1820 Edwnrd Whymper successfully attained Chimborazo's summit after many other attempts to scale it had failed. Whymper was convinced that Chimborazo was not the world's highest, but only the highest in the Ecuadorean Andes. Subsequently' it was established that other peaks were higher, such as Mt. Aconcaugua in Chile, Bahama in Bolivia, and Huascnn in Peru. At the same time new light was shed on the massive Ecuadorean summits of Cotopaxi, Cayambe, and Antisana. The Indians named Chimborazo from the designation, "Chimpu- raza," or the "mountain of snow." It has no crater and rises 11,000 feet above its own table land of Quito, perpetually capped with heavy snows. From almost any point of view it is imposing, its base being covered with forest up to the snowline, above which the pure white dome rises for a further 5000 feet. Some geologists have deduced that it is hollow. There are beds of lava and hot springs at its base, confirming the belief that the peak is an extinct volcano. Explorer Andre Roosevelt flew over Chimborazo in December, 1936. The mountain is shown here on an Ecuador stamp of 1908. (Coi.yright. 193S. NBA Service. Inc.> Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER FOR RENT — Three unfurnished rooms. Apply at McDowell's Department Store. 12-3tp FOR RENT—Furnished apartment continuous hot water. Close in. Convenient for working girl. Tourist Rooms. Hi-Way 67 12-3tp FOR RENT—Two,up£ittnished rooms ajoining bath. Very reasonable. 109 North Washington. 14-3fp Lost LOST—One White Female. Pointer bird puppy with lemon spots on ears. Has collar on. ^Reward; Vernie Coynes Hope, Ark., West 9th St 13-3tp Wanted Now is the time to repair, before winter comes. See us for roofing and paints. No down payment, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. . 13-6tc Question on Page One He was James Buchanan. He was born in 1791 and eight years before he died he had reached the age of 70. Just a Few of the Thrifty Women who Shop the Grocery Ads in The Star Every Thursday AND SAVE! Don't Forget the Grocery Ads Appear Every Thursday 1 OUST HEARD A v,<<,) REPORT OVER THE 71 AIR WAVES THAT YOU '•"' HAD BAGGED A A\OOSE~~ HA1-M -« BEFORE YOU TAKE ANOTHER WJP OUT OF THAT BOTTLE- AMD START SHOOTIWG AT PIUK ELEPHANTS THAT ARE HOPPlW<3 IM AMD OUT OF THE WINDOWS, YOU'D BETTER CWE ME THAT GUM/ OUT OUR WAY HERE'S? A BETTER TURN HIM LOOSE IM .A ROOM 'PULL OF MIRRORS AMD LET HIM BAKkS AWAY AT TH' HEREOF HIPPOS HE SEES REFLECTED "THERE / *iff5/ c By J. R, WILLIAMS Z J£^ ^ THIS WlUL. c3ROW IWTO A STORY ABOUT A MOOS E ME STALKEO THROUGH TH' WORTH WoOP/p "FOR S PAYS, ANJP RAW H/M SO FAR THAT BV TM' Tl/V\6 MIM BACK^TO CAMP THE OWLY THI\J<3 LEFT OF TH 1 CARCASS WAS HIS HEAD/ COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE: INC. TTNUREgl^P^^F. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ,. UHEY'LL MAJOR, FOR uy OT r YOU •••W-.iVH.'.,,.. t ! I THEY'LL HAVE TO w/lTo^ 1 •»HA\I Xr ^' '.7W I( ^JL^^-^ N VL>£ j ,• -^ . :- ^ -.~H T : ;v;. u i-,,--t-r\r:, r ,x^ THIRTY VEAP.S TOO ^. ALLEY OOP By EDGAR MARTIN ALLEV HEAR ANV WELL .'! WHERE No Time for Detailed Explanations HEV, DON'T TELL ME VOU FELL DOWN I \ I THOUGHT I WUZ. TH' GUV THAT'5 6ALW/ ^f— iii JCOPR. 1938 BYNEASERVIcriNC^TrTBo^S U>f By v. T. HAMLIN" AMERICAN BARD* HORIZONTAL 1,6.10-Shoi-t story writer and poet. IS Those who sacrifice life for a cause. 15 Vociferous. 16 Note in scale. 17 Babylonian 1 deity. 18 Tone B. 19 To whimper. 21 Tiny particle. 23 Year. 24 Part of a ' drama"; 26 France. 27 Chaos. 23 Timber tree. 29 Hops kiln. Answer to Previous Puzzle 40 Climbing plant. ' '• 49 Back of foot. 50 Italian political faction. .*•• 52 Unit. ;4 31 Extreme fear, 53 He ranks < S& 33 Seraglio. - among the *P ->V better Amer•""" jean s. .54 Expert flyer. 55 Bone. 57 Parent. 19 He was a master of tales. 20 Dens. 21 Accented parts of metric feet. 22 His poetry ha* a sound. 25 Harvest. 2C Pit. 28 Mister. 30 Transposed. 32 To utter. 34 Pertaining to VERTICAL a rosin acid. 1 Type standard 37 Three united. 35 Half an em. 36 To expectorate. 38 Free theater i ticket. 40 Before Christ. 58 Force. 41 Fabulous biri 60 His work 43 Fleshy tumor. reveals his 45 Inlet. -^~ nature, 46 Light movable 61 Rfeli g i °ws 1 tent. faction. 38 Johnnycake. 39 Wine vessel 42 Angiert basket. 44 Highest vocal part. 45 Female ruff, 47 Treasurer. 49 Stop! 2 One who dares. 3 Thrived. 4 Preposition. 5 Grain, 6 Like. 7 Pound. SMorindin dye. 51 llec'trlned 9 To scold. particle. & 10 Time gone by. 53 Father. "*' 11 Strong 54 Form of "be." vegetable. 56 South 12 And. .. Carolina. v ' 14 Living on 57 Form of "me. 1 prey. v 59 Street. WASH TUBES ! A MOMTH AFTER THE, AMWOUWCEMEWT OF ^.*. •' -&( ym^ fe^te,. «^ ••.,;';'•/VA J ^'Cs" ^: NHB^T ^i^-f '"-''y. ••&. 'fa<(%* ft'Ah-' i' x f; v ^ •'-'^ •*.' m JUST THIWK, PARUMGi BOTHER WEEK WE'LL FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS IT WASN'T so BAD .' i JUST r AND STOOD UP THERE / YOU'RE AMD WAVED A / QC.'MQ To BATON—AMD / GET PAID 1VJE SEWT OUT A THOUSAWD ) \WV\TAT10WS, \T'll BE THE BIGGEST WEDDING THIS TOWW EVER SAW. But Easy's Missing "ft-C? -*V-T. H<—^-A. BUT MV GOSH, OOP-HOW O'VA FlGGER IT'S AAV FAULT V'FELL DOWN AN' " BU5TEO VER5ELF? -r ^;< c _, s «; 3 COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. ;-c^ AW 1 1-1$ AVJ 1 STEAWER TICKETS TO ^ V A WEDDIW6 BIW6, Ray Thompson and Charles Coll AWO,t)A«LIK!G,YOU SIVAPW WUST i: THAT'S ALL X MAD To DO THAT? % |^JL l r pB -'-"'-~TF'-''-*^' J -='*'-"m h r YEP , AMD ^ THE ORCHESTRA , IS SONNA BE CALLED "FRECKLCS' SHADYSIDE HOTSHOTS"/ I'M TO ACT AS LEADER AND MANAGER, AND GET ALL THE Sweet and Hot CHOOSE A 6E5T MAM. MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE I'VE ALREADY LINED UP A JOfe AT TME PHEBIA CLUB DANCE.' V FOR IT TOCW By ROY CRANE / No , Pop, WE PLAY* SWEET STUFF ! SOFT" AND MELLOW .' ?*i How DID ir SOUND, TA<3? THEY PLAYED SOFT > ALL. RIGHT" IT WAS , SO SOFT YA COULDA ALMOST HEAP.D A BOMB EXPLODE / -'&*7,l \' ^S o iO.O %7 HOW DARE YOU IMSULT LOVIE LAVERE.' I SHALL HAVB THE CAPTAikj THCOW you.. IH The Black Menace ^: HA- HA/JU5T = LIKE A SCEKJE 6 FROAAVOUR PICTURE, "PIRATE - BUT VOL) OVO SKIP THE PEAMATICS-THIS IS BEAJ-f VOUE. CAPTAIKl AKJD STEWACD" ESS ARE, EE-"IMlC£3MS"-AklD w/BOSS, "THE SPIDEE.'; is- DEAD SET OKJ HAVIKJG VC FAMOUS SPARK- By MERRILL BLOSSER W-VS/HO IS THIS LADV, BESIDE "THE SPIDEC! 1 THERE SHE \S GOTTA STICK JES5E JAMES WOULDVE LOOKED LIKE A CHEAP SUBWAY DIP/ HE'LL BE PEOPPINJ' IM MOW. MOST AWV MIMUTE 1 TUJ2KJ OKJ THE COPH. 1MB By NEA SERVICE. IMC.~TrM, REO. U. 8. PAr Off. q-IS

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