Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 14, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 14, 1938
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PAGE POUt? EtoPfi STAR, HOPE, "The More You Tell the Quicker You S*U" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30a Three times—3Hc word, mln. 50e ' Six times—<c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum ,-_„-.......... 13.70 Bates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucn as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. Qul each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT— Three-room mod»jn furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 30c for one time; at 3Vic word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-J. l-26tc Notice 9 I i . i i ' i, n . „ _ NOTICE—S^e Frisby, Weal Furniture Store 'to buy, Sell or Trade Furniture, Homes or Farms. Some bargains, act quick. 20-26tp. 'NOTICE—Local money to loan on improved farm lands and city property; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope Arkansas. IM-Oct. 20c STORIES IN STAMPS Wanted WANTED—New or renewal of subscription of any magaine in U. S. Cash or easy payment plan See Chas Reynerson at City Hall . g-Stc WANTED 50 MEN AND WOMEN to try SYNNOTTS Pile preparation. Guaranteed satisfaction and relief or your money refunded. Ask your druggist for SYNNOTTS pile preparation today at Ward & Sons. Hope, Arkansas- 1 Oct 7, 14, 21 Found FQUND-Warranty deed, H. O. Carson and wife to James T. Smith, lots in blocks nine and ten Hempsteacl Heights Addition to Hope, dated April 16, 1917. Apply Star office. U-3dh How rhe Boy Scour Movement Began T ORD BADEN-POWELL conceived the Boy Scout idea as colonel in the SoutJi African war of 1899-1902. One of his ofl\- cers. Lord Cecil, organized the boys of Mafeking as a scout corps, (t was proved that boys properly trained and trusted could assume much responsibility. By 1901 the South African Constabulary had been organized, and scouts adopt* ^d a uniform for field work con- iisting of a cowboy hat, shirt, ",rcen tie, and shorts. Badges wore awarded for good work. In 1907 Colonel Powell set up s first trial camp in England at 3ro\vnsca Island. So began a novcment that swept around the vorld. But meantime Daniel Cur- 01- Beard, then editor of "Recrea- ion," had conceived the Scout dca in America and had organ- zed a society for the teaching of patriotism and service, known as he Sons of Daniel Boone. Based n early pioneering history, it held natural appeal for youth. In 1910 Dan Beard's Scouts, eton's Indians, and a society nown as the Boys' Brigade were combined to become the Boy Scouts of America. But there was no union with the British Scouts at Hie lime as urged by many. The official costume was designed by Beard, the same? as had been used by the Daniel Boone boys. Today Boy Scouts cover the earth. Scouting is organized in almost 80 countries, is governed by im international committee."There are more than 2,000,000 Scouts. World Scout Jamborees are held. The 1937' Jamboree in the N e t h e rlands is c o m m emorated here by a stamp showing the Boy Scout insignia, one of an issue of three values. I'JM. NKA Survici-. Inc.) OUR BOARDING HOUSE with .... MAJOR HOOPLE HM-M THE POSSIBILITY OF BUILDIMQ A PRIVATE BATH FOR VOU, IF YOU'LL BUT WA.IT UNTIL TM X AM AM - M - U M ^ MY WORD / WHAT SEfHMS TO BE THE TROUBLE ? WAVE YOU LOST TMAT CRACK OLD SPOOK WILL. PALL. FOR THIS LIKE A KJUT APTER MY MY c3l_A£Js EYE/ X'VE LOST MY* <3l-ASS EYE / X COULDKJ'T GST LIKE IT FOR DOM'T •STEP ON IT / IT'S KIcSHT HERE SOMEWHERE IT HAVE ROLLED UNDER THAT r*--:. 'Tr"? C. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFFj OUT OUR WAY By J, R, WILLIAMS Today's Answer tp CRANIUM CRACKER FOR RENT FOR RENT—2 room furnished apartment. Bills paid. See Hazel Abram, at Mary's Beauty Shop. , 12-3tq FOR RENT—Three room apartment, modern, including glassed in sleeping porch. South exposure furnished or unfurnished, reasonable. Mrs. J. H. Bennett, 110 N. Washington. Phone 669--J. , i 4 _ 3tc FOR RENT—Apartment with private bath and entrance and garage. Mrs. S. G. Norton, 520 N. Hervey. Phone *27-J. 14-3tc ..FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, 'Hjtchen sink, continuous hot water, Tourist Rooms on Hi-way 67. Mrs Tom Carrel. 14.3 tp For Safe~ FOR SALE—SORGHUM SYRUP AT STAR OFFICE. 13-20tdh A Munich doctor who collects transport tickets now has a collection of more than 40,000 from a hundred different countries. Question on Page One A tornado struck Charleston, South Carolina, on the day that District Attorney Thomas E." Dewey of New York City was nominated governor of New York, known as "The Empire State." BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES LOOK IT THAT OLD FOSSIL GOIM' OUT TO TRV FEPVTH' SHOP FOOTBALL TEAM/ HE'S. SIXTY IF HE'S SIX--WHY, HE'LL CilT KILLED OUT THERE, EK NEARLY.' WELL, WOT'.S TH' D1FF A WO MAM HAS TO MS-ARLY KILL HERSELF TO KEEP LOOKIM 1 YOUM<3 TO H(_».D A MAM, AMD A AAAK) MAS TO KEEP ACTIM' YOUKJG TO HOLD A JOB TO HOLD A WOMAN) WHO'S LOOKJM' YOUMG. TO HOLD A WHO'S ACTIM' YOUKJG TO OH, I COULD 00 OW, BUT THAT'LL SHOW VOU' JOB IWSUCJAKOCE OOSiT AU, TO .;>.:* Another Dollar Saved! By Shopping the Grocery Ads in The Hope Star Every Thursday. ALLEY OOP Ferdy's Not Dumb TO .-.—- ....-,..._. ,- i . rr^^t.f * »-••• • '--- *•-?..' An Unexpected Diversion tf. <& 6OOO VsiORW KOR.T TV\* f By EDGAR MARTIN TO TVA,' • VltEP VW» , TW. ! Ht'VV HK^t To \TV\ YOO -T\\' . U GONERS E NO L W.' f^-EVER LISTEN TO VOU AND VOUR FOOL IDEAS? WHY . DIDN'T I STICK WITH MV LITTLE KAKKV 1 NOTED RELIGIOUS LEADER HORIZONTAL 1,5,10 Leader of Christian Scientists. 13 Field. 14 Copal. 15 To regret. 16 Seaweed. 17 Loves excessively. io tfody of land, 20 Mends. -82 Adult males. 23 To go in. 24 Pronoun, 25 Scolded. 41 Guided. J8 In such a way 43 To be jll. 'Answer to frevlou Puxzle that. 59 Water \vheej. »1 Magi. J2 Applauder. H Musical note. J5 Settled an income upon. ;7. Measure. 18 Compass point 19 Nasal medicine.. 44 Remarked. 46 Men's suiting. 48 Driving command. 49 Favoring both sides. 50 To nod. 53 She was the . of Chris*- tian Science. 54 She was a —— of her faith. VERTICAL 2 Classification for seaweeds. 3 Back. 4 Sea tale. 5 Evil. 6 Order of mollusks. 7 Soared. 8 Reclines. 9 Thin«, 10 Ireland. 11 Fine dirt. 12 Erases. 16 She gained —•— rapidly. 19 God of love. 21 Twisted. 23 Machines. 26 Employer, 27 Dined, 29 A, nap, 30 Indian. 33 Unit symbol. 36 Dresser tray, 37 Taciturn. 40 Runs. 41 Stead. 42 Paradise. 45 Since, 46 Ore launder, 47 Female fop buck. 50 Before Christ, 51 Sound of surprise. 52 Plural pronoun. WASH TUBES OF APOLFO OE LA CUCARACHA. OICTATOROF" -. :- i REG.g.s.PAT.OFF/- By V. T. HAMLlN 6^«EO/^ IF WE JUST MAD MORE TIME — BUT AT LEAST WE HAVE THIS CONSOLATION >= IT WON'T LAST S\ WONDER IF IT REALLV HURTS MUCH ,, TO GET ET? J EXCELLEWCV, THE BROTHER OF f >-/>\.buucNb7, i nc DKU)MfcX (lt~ """toA ( JUllO GARZA, VOUR POLITICAL EWEVOV 1 \MWO DKAPPEARED LA^,T WEEK, IS \ AGA.U4/DEMAVIDMG TO KMO\W VWHAT V^'eecowe OF ws BROTHER. HERE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OH-OH! V/fcr ~ft< E OLD MAM TIPPED OFF COACH BAQLEY THAT FRECKLES WAS Safety First r ALsoTvou WILL "HAVE A WIUITARV ESCORT MEET THE STEAMER FROW AkA£R\CA. V\V VER' DEAR — BOYHOOD FRIEWD, SEWOR M<:KEE AWO HIS PAU6HTER ARE ARCIVIW6 TO BE QUEST'S OF THE PALACE. f NEA SERvrcE; iHc. T."iii. Bgo. V.gVirtif.'-^ — ~*\a'-tffij Uy Ray Thompson and Charles G6JV OF THE SEA HAS RISEN UP FROM THE WATERS TO PERCH ON SOMEBODY'S SHOULDER I Bagley Croons His Decision MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE I THINK we HAVE A GUEST .' SWING INTO OUR SCHOOL. SONS-— AND I'LL. SINS IT I •-.N O THE UWREST, I-AH- I , PARE MOT MEET THEM IN PERSON. EXPLAIN THAT AVA DETAIUEP BY AF- FAiRS OF 5TATE. By #6 l& FI<SHT FOR. DEAR, * OLD SHADYSIDE^ t WAVE HER. BANNERS WE'LL NEVER. BOW *. TO ANYOME WHIUE VICTORY IS OUR. CRY - t-ADSBS.' IT PLEASES PETRX3 TO HAVE YOU JPIM A CELEBEATIOU WHIte WE AWAIT WHITEY'S 3X?M'T MIMD WE'LL BE <3l_AC> TO JOIM VOUC2. PACTTY- IM A "~? MO^AE^)T • I " ^ - —I {, The Eavesdropper L^Ai NEVER loo BAD Y< THAT FATE'S AND THAT is WHY YOU'LL HAVE TcD PLAY YOUR. FOOTBALL . BENCH , / ^ tOF-R 19'Jfc fct N[ A if PviC! iNC T M CUT MBMT, LOVIE »„. VOU 1 RE GOIMC7 TO THIS"CELEBEATIOW" AMD peeve YOU'RE AM ACTRESS.' If OOM'T VOU SEE 7 ;7' S CHAMCE TO DIVERT THE SPIDER'S ATTEMTIOM UM- 7IL MY FRIEMDS PJLAM A METHOD OF ATTACK/ MOW GET BUSY WITH THIS MAKEUP BOX AMD PUT ,— ^ OM SOME r —— >\ GLANAOUR/ ' -*«- ' 5AY/ I PLAYED A PART LIKE THIS OMCE "STOLEKJ MOMEWTS'. I' IM /I By MERRILLBLOSSER HO, MO r SO HER. FREMS PLAM AM ATTACK, EH? <r <r c.

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