Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 18, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE FOtilt HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Tuesday, October 18,103 RATES One time—5c word, minimum 30c Three tim»-3%e Word, min. 50c Bix tinw»-6c word, minimum 90c OtM month (26 times)—18c word, minimum 12.71 Bates are for continuous inter- tJonaonly. 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 u a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9399. Total, 15 words, at 2e 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 CLUB NOTES Allen The Allen Home Demonstration club met with Miss Isabel Schooley on October 1, 1938. Ten club women answered the roll call by telling what annoyed them most while at church. We sang "Long, Long, Ago." and repeated the Lords Prayer. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Our community won first place on our booth at the fair September 20-24 We voted to use the 540 prize money to paint the community Sunday school building. Mrs. T, B. Femvick read for us "An Old Maid." Isabel Schooley gave a demonstra tion on making chicken pie. We discussed other Ways of preparing chicken. We also had a demonstration on leveling a dress. The hostess served a delightfu 1 plate with a generous helping of chicken pie. Several interesting games were directed by our recreational leader. Our next meeting will be November 4 in the home of Mrs. Owen Nix. 666 Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops relieves COLDS first day, HEADACHES and FEVER due to Colds, in 30 minutes Try "Rub-My-Tism"— i Liniment Wonderful [Government Cotton Loans Quick Service— Immediate Payment Cotton Classed by E. C.Brown, Licensed Government Classer in Our Office. E. C. BROWN & CO. Hope, Arkansas Each'mem'ber of the President's cabinet receives $15,000 a year,-the same as received by VIce-President Garner. Legal Notice ELECTION PROCLAMATION The undersigned, as Sheriff of Hempstead County, Arkansas, pursuant to the provisions of the stntutes in such cases made and provided, does hereby proclaim that the General Election for State, County and Township officers and Congressmen and United States Senators- and for the voting upon such Amendments to the Constitution and Initiated Acts as may be presented on the ballot and in addition thereto on the proposal for construction of a county court house and jail and for building tax, will be held at the various precincts in said county on Tuesday, November S, 1938, between the hours prescribed by law. All persons will take notice of the time and places of election. Given under my hand as such Sheriff on this the 17th day of October, 1938. J. E. BEARDEN Sheriff of Hempstead County, Arkansas. Service* Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-J. ! l-26tc Help Wanted—Female The Arkansas State Employment Service has openings for two Women General Office Clerks, must be neat, accurate and diligent workers. Must be experienced. IM'/a South Main street, 15-3t-dh Lost LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN- Grey-striped kitten, about two montlis old. Reward of $1. Return to B. J. Ogburn, 517 South Main, phone 855. 18-3tp Notice NOTICE-See Frisby, Ideal Furniture Store to buy, Sell or Trade Furniture, Homes or Farms. Some bargains, act quick. 20-26tp. NOTICE—Local money to loon on Improved farm lands and city property; low Interest rates; quick action, Harry J. Lemley, Hope Arkansas. IM-Oct. 20e FOR RENT FOR RENT—Three room apartment, modern, including glassed in sleeping porch. South exposure furnished or unfurnished, reasonable. Mrs. J. II. Bennett, UO N. Washington. Phone 669-J. H-atc FOR RENT—Apartment with private bath and entrance and garage. Mrs. S. G. Norton, 520 N. Hcrvoy. Phone 42T-J. M-ic FOR RENT—Six-room house near Oglcsby school, food condition. Also furnished apartment, private bath. Close in. Middlebrooks Grocery Co., Phone G07. , 17-3tc FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, kitchen sink, continuous hot water, Tourist Rooms on Hi-way 07. Mrs. Tom Carrel, I4«3tp For Sale FOR SALE—Books in sets, "World Books," "The South in the Building of the Nation," "The Self Interpreting Bible," and other books. Wash kettle, wash boiler, sewing machine motor. Mrs. W. W. Duckett, 522 S. Elm. 17-3U FOR SALE-SORGHUM SYRUP AT STAR OFFICE. 13-ZOldh PIANO CLOSE OUT—We have a few more days to move the slock of pianos we have stored in Hope. We are going to sell this stock nl some PRICE, make us «n offer, make your terms, we will deliver it to your home. Stored at Holly Used Furniture Store, E. 3rd St. Hope, Arkansas. Collins Piano Company 17-3lp A Munich doctor who colle sport tickets now hns a collei more than 40,000 from a different countries. tfvX! : -> It! Wanted WANTED TO BUY-Throe . iron bedstead, springs, maUrci wool rug. Mrs. Tom Carrol, Rooms. Today's Answer |i CRANIUM CRACK Question on Page One The electricians were gloomy; rather dull. They were in Q They arrived at the wultagi ^ multiplying the volts by the «' pores. » ii? $ OUR BOARDING HOUSE ... with... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY 1938 PENNEY'S YEAR Semi-Annual Penney Days will S-T-R-E-T-C-H Your Dollars! A twice a year saving spr,ee! Planned months in advance for your economy. These listed bargains and plenty more await you at Penneys. COMPARE! ARRIVING DAILY L LADIES DRESSES 100 New Glen-Row 12 to 46 S2.98 JEAN NEDRA FROCKS 12 to 40 $3.98 Growing Girls All OXFORDS 36-inch Fast Color RONDO PRINTS 15c 70x80 Part Wool Double BLANKETS $166 36-inch Heavy Weight OUTING 10c 54-inch All Wool DRESS or Coat Woolen yd $1.49 22x44 Novelty Color Bath Towels 39c ea Ladies Novelty Slipover SWEATERS . 98c 36-inch NoveltjTColor Print OUTING 15c MEN ; S SANFORIZED SlfRUNK HERRINGBONE Khaki PANTS 98c, Close Out MEN'S Dress SHIRTS Broken Sizes 75c ea. Leather . • Men's Army Cloth PANT and $1981 SHIRT ea $1.98 pr Special Purchase 100 New Fast Color WASH FROCKS 14 to 50 A Value You Cait't Afford to Miss Boy's Novelty Sleeveless SWEATERS ~ 49c LADIES FALL SPORT • Men's No. 2615 Cord Sole COATS 9'"'I WORK SHOES I 1 • COMPARE! ANYWHERE! Penney's Super Quality All Wool MEN'S SUITS Single or L Double Breasted 34 to 42 85c ea. Close Out MEN'S WINTER PANTS Not All Sizes But a Value to Those They Fit 98c pr. Men's Novelty All Wool SWEATERS J2.98 MEN'S 14 Lb. Weight UNIONS 69c Men's Novelty Broadcloth PAJAMAS $149 CHILDREN'S 2 to 8 PLAYSUITS 49c BOY'S KHAKI SCHOOL PANTS 98c Shirts to Match—ea. 59c Close Out—25 MEN'S Fur Felt HATS 98c $14-75 Penney's Townclad SUITS 34 to 42 $19-75 ACROSS STREET FROM POSTOFFICE (WHERE HOPE 3HOP5 AND SAVES! 1 'my~ TE.KJ BERRIES/ SAY, I'D RUM THIS ROOM THROUGH A, WRIMGER FOR. BUCKS EGAD, I'M AMGWT AS WELL TS A WEALTHY CLII LOST A VALUABLE AMD AS MUCH AS, AH-A-^-*| FOR ITS KE.TURKJ / 1 HAVE COVERED THIS ROOM LIKE AM IWCH WORM WITHOUT AVAIL. 1 CAM WOT OF ME THE HOQ WOTED FOR A I HQAD, DURING WAR T WAS CH( LOOKOUT BE( MY UMCAMMY T6M BUCKS FOR A <3LASS EYE/WHAT WAS IT, A SPECIAU BRAMD WITH A DIAMOMD SETTIMQ,TO GIVE IT A TWIMKLE UWDE.RSTA.WC> * WOULDM'T HOLDING ANYTHING By J. R. WILLIAMi^pp, ^fiSlI QUICK.' QUICK/ GIMME. MY .SWITCH-SHE HEARD THAT SHOT AW .SHE'S BUMMIW' OVER./ I'LL HIDE IT IN / BUFFALO BILL DOKJ'T USE THAT KIMDA OUM — HIS TJOWT KICK,,.. 1 KWOW, CUZ. I'VE WATCHED HIM SMOOTiKJ' &LASS BALLS OUTA THE AIR. " *^'tmw**~^ s~\ "•- % ^flN^^u..! ^//.--•^^r : cr;r/..'/.-:iV..-•: „.;--.- ,,'< ,..> x ,•* V^^S^P^-^rfi:^^'^;.. V-T-^? 1 .?^'»' iV^^^^-I^i;^ MI t M HEC u b P»T o»« ;. , - >• / a.-\r»i. i Tia^-rw wr^ \ r> ^ T-,.-* c -,-*. i *~^ vgiUU^tA^ SOC.KJ THiCTV VEAQ5 TOO BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES The Man in a Million i oow wtvx, 9\CTO^ VM oo POOTQfsVV By EDGAR MARTIN ALLEY OOP The Set of Her Jaw Spells—? ICE AS HE IS, YOU D NEVER KNOW HE WAS MASTERFUL, WOULD MV F002 HAS A DINOSAUR TOO-JUS LIKE VOUR ALLEY OOP HAS/ WON'T ALL MV GIRL FRIENDS BE BURNED UP WHEN THEY LEARN WHAT A MARVELOUS CATCH I'VE MADE ? , EXCUSE ME.ZEL- 1VE JU5T TMOUOHT OF SOMETHING I MUST TAKE CARE OF RIGHT AVJAV By V. T. HAMLIN I'VE HEARD ABOUT, ALL OF FOOiV'S DINOSAUR I CAN STAND .*- . . e BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. RCC. u. B. PAT. <l WASH TUBBS Adolfo Admits He's Good OH, DADDY. I'M 50 ASHAMED. IT WAS ME AM OF US TO LET THOSE ARREST WASH. HOMEY. WE'RE AT THE PAX ACE. By ROY CRANE , uE! AH, WAT A At>0\.FOl ) PLEASURE TO SEE YOU VWAMCE MORE ^>IWCE THE GOOD OU) -DAV6 OF COLLEGE; ASK WAT YOU WEEL, fOK. I 'OLD THE REPUBLIC EEM THE PALM W\S MY 'AND, AND THERE EES V FlUER HOST EEM ALL SOUTH AtAERtCA THAW I, ADOLFO )E LA CUCAEACHA. 'C ,1938 BY NL'A SERVICED FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Bagley Confesses By MERRILL BLOSSER YES, AND IF YOU ONLY KNEW WHAT IT'S DONE TO MY FIGHTING SPIRIT, YOU WOULDNT KEEP ME OM THE BENCH ' DID WANQLE SEND YOU PILLOW 1 DONT KNOW WHY YOU FEEL OFFENDED .' AFTER ALL, DUD WANGLE WAS ONLY THINKING OF YOUR. . COMFORT/ Me SURE J. KNOW DID \ SHOULD BE HE \ PUNISHED FOR. SUCCEED) STAYIN6 OUr LATE THE OTHER NIGHr, UT IF YOU'LL. GIVE ME ANOTHER. MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Dangerous Business THAT APE You GONNA BE TOU6H ON THE ' AND IF 3 TOUQH , WOULD KNOW HOW By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll \ VKS, MYBA - I THIMK I KEEP VOU RI&HT HERE Us) THE VILLA. I AM VEE 1 LOKlESOME - AU' SOOM 1 BE VEB.' RICH/ VESf V-VES/ BUT DOO'T VOO HEAR A PLAME OVERHEAD) PET.RO? 5URE- BUT DOM' WORCV- MV BOYS SHOOT IT DOWKJ- UWLESS IS WHITEV. VOU BE VER.' HAPPy HERE, j ! f ' COMCEAl." HIMSELF IM THE COCKPIT, ISSUES FINJAL. 1MSTC.UC- 10 AS THE PLAklE. LAMDS C.o KJOW REMEMBER, .PRETEMD VOU'VE COMC. WITH 7HB MOMEY-BUT IM5IST THAT THE SPlDEE. COME POWM TO THE FEtOCE AWD 6ET IT HIMSELF/ r THEY'VE tOT MC LCOVERED LIKE. A l &LAKJKET Of FOO I\'£LL, H-Qb: OC>BS ' 1 \ ,yw*%HL

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