Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 22, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 22, 1938
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~\ CLASSIFIED RATES On* tiine-Sc ward, minimum 30c Th*** times—3Hc word, min. 50c ft* times—6c word, minimum 90c On* month (26 times)—18c word, minimum __ f 2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only. la making word count, disregard classification name such as "For lUaC "For Sale," etc.-thls is free. thrt each initial or nanus.'or complete telephone number, counts as • full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modfsrn furnished apartment, with garage, clo£e 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 HOPE STAR, HOPE,-AfcEANSAS Saturday, October 22,1938 A RULER OF FRANCE A Standing Invitation Hal— It must be awful to be a debt collector. You must be unwelcome wherever you go. Joe—Not at all. Practically everybody asks me to call again. In Nepal, a country on the southern slopes of the Himalayas, only members of the royal family are permitted to own automobiles. HORIZONTAL I Most famous i ruler of ' France, i 8 He was nick* named "—— Corporal." 13 Dyeing apparatus. [li Scandinavian coin. .16 Water falling from clouds. "17 Assyrian god. 18 Weird. 19 Wayside '.ft hotel. 20 Customary. 22 Stoves. 24 Ell. 26 Contrivances for raising - nap. , 30 Bed slat. 33 Unit of work. 34 Dove's call. 35 Driving .command. 36 Choking coil. 38 Knitting stitch. 39 Stop! 40 Harness part. Answer to Previous Puttie .41 Basketry rods 46 Nut covering 47 Horse's food. 48 To analyze. 51 Species of pier. 54 To obtain. 55 To make n t beginning. ,«' 56 To plant. •?' 57 He was born a commoner , in . B 58 He proclaimed himself of France. VERTICAL 1 North America. 2 Money changing. SHoney •'buzzard. 4 Makes a speech. . 5 Pieced out. 6 Rock con- tO Strong taste. 11 How. 12 Half an em. 15 Nickel e 20 He was defeated at . 21 One who elects. 23 He died in exile at 25 Scabies. 27 Sooner than. 28 Chief officer in Turkey. 29 Card game. 31 Largest toaJ. 32 Word. 37 Money boxes. 38 Pithy ex- pressfon. 42Starch. 43' Passage. 44 Speculation. 45 Work of skill. taining metal. 46 Bench 7 Giantess of fate. 8 To ogle. 9 Threefold. 49 Collection of facts. 50 To look. 52 Neither. 53 One plus one. Government COTTON LOANS Quick Service Classed and paid immc- ditely in our office. TOMK! Bring or send your scaled samples to me. Licensed to classify and certificate cotton for 1938 government cotton loan. HH Hope, Ark. GAS RANGES—HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Automatic Water Heaters Butane Gas Systems EASY TERMS . Harry W, Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 WE ARE PREPASED To Do All Kinds of Cold Storage and Meat Curing COMMUNITY ICE & PRODUCE CO. Phone 350 for Particulars City Meat Market CHOICE K. C. MEATS, HOT - TAMALES and OYSTERS. PROMPT FREE DELIVERY. PHONE 767 SEE JETT WILLIAMS For Quick Service when making your Government Cotton Loans. Classed by a Government Licensed Classttt. 108 South Walnut Street FOOTBALL SCORES' I'M REST AND RELAX Enjoy a good game of Billiards with your friends. CRINER'S BILLABD and DOMINO PARLOR Next door to New Theater College University of Arkansas Frosh 0, Tulsa U. Frosh 0 (tie). Monticello, Ark., Aggies 0; Louisiana College 14. High School Little Rock 19, Fort Smith 0. North Little Rock 57, Searcy 0. School of Deaf 25, Rison 12. Fine Bluff 7. El Dorado 7 (tie). Lonoke 21, Con way 0. Brinkley 33 West Helena 0. Jonesboro 33, Augusta 6. Batesville 19, Morrilton 7. Monticello 7, Eudora 3. Malvern 25, Camden 7. Marianna 39, Wynne 6. Paris 39, Hartford 0. Hot Springs 14, Fordyce 13. Helena 27, Earle 0. Walnut Ridge 53, Harrison 0. Blytheville 78, Clarksville 0. Benton 26, Russellville 7. Hope 12, Nashville 0. Forrest City 31, Paragould 6. Gurdon 21. Prescott 0. Cassvilie (Mo.) 33, Huntsville 6. Fayetteville 39, Springdale 0. Magnolia 26, Ashdown 6. Newport 33. Hoxie 25. England 18, Cabot 0. Glenwood 12, Amity 0. Texarakana Catholic High 12, Foreman 6. Bsarden 39, El Dorado Juniors 0. Ozark 12, Greenwood 6. Dumas 0, Lake Village 0 (tie). Parkin 25, Cotton Plant 12. McGesee 19, Stuttgart 7. "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" Services Offered See Hernpstead Waitress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb. 658-J. l-26tc Permanent Oil Wave $1.50. All work Guaranteed. White Way Beauty Shop. Phone 119. 20-3tc Lost LOSi'—Brown leather purse, containing white pearl compact. Return to Abbey Hutchens. 707 East Division, Phone 79. 2l)-3te LOST -Thursday at Henderson football KiiliVe ladles yellow gold Elgin wrisi watch. Liberal reward for return to Hope SU\r. 21-Gt-dh. Wanted WANTED SO MEN AND WOMEN to try SYNNOTTS Pile preparation. GiUuaiiU-ed satisfaction and relief or your money refunded. Ask your druggist for SYNNOTT'S pile preparation tods\y at Ward & Sons, Hope, Arkansas! . Oct 7, 14, 21 Take advantage of oitf special offer . . . repair, repaint, or re-roof now and bo prepared for winter. No down payment, small monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co.' 20-Btc FOR SALE—A rent stock farm. 3St acres. 90 acres cultivated. Three houses, two barns, deep well, fanning tools, woll fenced, will sell cheap. A. C. Erwin. , 19-3tp Save Money by making repairs and save your home. Let us furnish lumber, paint and roofing. No down payment, pay by month. See us for information concerning repairing. No obligation. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 20-Gtc A new device has been invented for airplanes which warms pilots whenever they are approaching mountains. It is an altimeter which registers height above land. Fa* Site FOR SALE-SORGHUM SYRUP AT STAR OFFICE. 13-20tdh FOR SALE—80-acvo farm, 7 miles west of Hope on Highway 67. Terms. Phone B. C. Hollis. 21-3tp Re-roof NOW before cold weather and rains begins. No down payment, easy monthly terms. Hcmpstend County Lumber Co. 20-6tc FOR RENT FOR RENT—3 room apartment, garage, utilities paid. 100 E. Avc. B. Phone 908W. Mrs. B. M. Jones. 18-3lc FOR SALE—Broilers each week, Brown the sanitary way. pen G. Southward, phone 119 or 113W. 22-3tp FOR RENT—3 room furnished apart* mont, garage, utilities paid. 100 E, Avc. B. Phono 908W. Mrs. B. M, Jones. 21-3tc FOR RENT—Room with or 'without , board. Reasonable. Mrs. T. E. Urrey, ? 315 West Division street, phone 634. "} . 20-3tc • J FOR RENT—One bedroom, dining; room with stove and electrical refrigerator. 614 South Main. Phone 463. 22-3tc. Today'* Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Pngc One The man's numc was William Mnktfpeacc Thackcry. He was born in 1811 and died in 1863. You Owe It to Yourself TO TRY OUR Superior Dry Cleaning Methods and .sec the difference it makes in the appciirunct of your clothes. C White Star LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Female rabbits, like deer, also are crlled does. See What You Bake Use Pyrex OVEN WARE 30 to 50% Reduction Bed Room Suites Just Received a Full Assortment. Hope Hardware COMPANY Government Cotton Loans Quick Service—Immediate Payment Cotton classed by a Licensed Government classer in our office. T. S. McDAVITT & COMPANY Hope, Arkansas Washington Mrs. Tom Rirdgill and infant daughter, Rosemary of Atlanta, Ga., arrived Saturday for a visit with "grandma" Pink Horton and other relatives. Jett Martin of Hayworth, Okla., brother in law of Melson Frazier, visited the Frazier family here on Monday. ' , Guy Simmons has enlisted in the CCC camp and was stationed Monday at Camp Alton, south of Hope. Mrs. Ella Gold was a Hope visitor Friday. W. V. Frazier and Fred Norwood made a trip to Shreveport Tuesday where Mr. Frazier went to medical treatment. A. F. Simmons was a business visitor in Hope Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Page, Misses Mary and Sarah Page spent Sunday in Fulton, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Davidson, parents of Mrs. Page. Foster Citty of Hope, visited his sister, Mrs. Tom Ridgdill here Sunday. Luther Spears of England, Ark., is spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Spears on Route One. The many friends of Mrs. J. A. Wilson regret to know of her illness and wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Thrash of Texarkana, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Thrash's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Oscar Gold. Mrs. Luther Smith had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Latimer and twin daughters, Betty and Linda, and Mrs. Latimer, Sr., of Nashville. Mrs. Smith and guests visited Mrs. Herbzert LewaUen in Hope Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Finis Johnson was shopping in Hope Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. Barnett of Texarkana visited relatives here on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Booker and Mrs. J. L. Booker spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Taylor in Little Rock. Bill Ramsay of Hope visited Mack Parsons here Monday. Mrs .Pearl Purtle of ElDorado visited E. D. Velvin and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace and little daughter of Willisville spent the week end with Mrs. L. V. Beck. Mrs. John James and little daughter,-Martha, of Hope, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Levins. Mrs. Gertrude Bailey spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. S. E, McPherson in Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Brewer and family of Gum Springs were Sunday guests of Mayor and Mrs. A. P. De- Ion y. Guy Card of Hope visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Card Sunday. ' Mrs. John Velvin and little daughter and Mrs. Daphne Lacy were Hope visitors Saturday. Mrs. E. H. Ainonnuttc of Yancy spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Byers and family. Mr.a nd Mrs. Lorenza Tate of Hope weer Sunday guests of Mrs. Emma Stewart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Allison Shields and family of Hope spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Simmons. Mrs. Lee Watkins was a Hope visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Watkins and Mr. and Mrs. Reece Arrington of Hope were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Watkins and family. Dodson Leonard, former local boy, son of Rev. arid Mrs. J. L. Leonard, who preceded the present minister as pastor of the Washington Methoidst church, was shaking hands with his friends here Wednesday. Dodson is working for the state highway department in Little Rock. Mrs. Earl Bruce spent Sunday and Monday viisting in Hope. OUR BOARDING.HOUSE ...with... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY MB TAKE c£ b'O "THIS C3LA.SS E5YE? MUP/ VOL) CAKj'T* "POOL ME ONJ GLASS EVES~-TWIS OWE HAS tH' COLORlMGi OF A' WORK OP ART-~- I'LL TELL. YOU WMA.T I'LL. DO, AMOS-~ BE CAUSE YOU'RE < OWkl BROTHER, X'LL LET VOU HAVE IT POR A HUWDRED DOLLARS HE'LL. THIMK THERE'S • PROPiT FOR HIM OM TH' $20O REWARD Bye.' By J. R. WILLIAMS VOU PARK DEM AMD \* \OO 1-OR THE RETUR'J OP Ml OB3KCT THAT DOt-.-:..M T BELONG TO V'O',! .' V ; u v > ; ' VOU KMAWE, BLACKAAAIL/ I.MPH': BUT R. TMANO THAT OOP PRlEKlD r3 WIS C3LA-3S I'LL FAY THE SOM TO C3AINJ H*M?r. L -' MY L0 '/ BEFORE THAT 1 * too WEIGHS AK1CMOR T=OR AWOTHER FORT;' '' I 1 KWOW WHERB .,, \ THERE'S SOME S SECOMP-HAMD ( GOLD BRICKS > THAT YOU CAM BUY CHEAP/ v_, UX/ WHEN T HANDED HIM THE MONEY THAT T. BORROWED V MEAN MY FROM VOU FELLERS AND \ LIFE'S SAVIM'S DEMANDED MY STUFF, WHY, HE HANDED IT ALL RIGHT TO ME -- HE SAID THE POLICE RECOVERED THEM s \NHUTl VOU IS GONE THAT VOU SAID NOU'D GIVE ME BACK OUST AS SOOM AS YOU MADE HIM PAY PER v YOUR STUFF ? OO-OOH1NOW HE'S GOT HIS STUFF AND GOLDIE'S GOT OUR DOUGH! THIS IS A GOOD LESSON TO ME TO KEEP OUTA OTHER . PEOPLE'S TROUBLES! •AAORE TIMES THAW '.MEDPIWG DRES5- -2.2. BV NCA tfBVICr. INC T. MHtS. V. t. f*T. Of ' BOOTS AND HER By EDGAR MARTIN The Center of Attraction ALLEY OOP She's Sorry By V. T. HAMLIN OH, FOOZ.' 1 KNEW VOU WOULDN'T DECEIVE ME.' , HOPE \1 THINK OUR LITTLE /"XMON, OH, ALLEV-1 WAS ONLV TRVINO TO PROTECT ZEL-I'M 50 SORRV/ BOOHOOO AW, FORGET IT KID — SHUX, THERE'S WORSE THINGS THAN BGIN' A GORILLA' VOO MEAN TO TELL ME THAT UTTLE THINe ATTACKED ALLEY KNOW IT NOW.'/ AND TO THINK 1 CALLED VOU--A GORILLA.' AND DROVE OFF TTELL VUH HE DID.' ZEl -SHTS TAkfe A WALK.' KAKKV 15 JUST DARLING WASH TUBES CsartE (AOST UNSCRUPULOUS E06UE OVJ THE SEVEN SEA'S U HA<, FOUWO WS CALDMG. OVJLV A SMALL TlkAE PIRATE A>NO RUW RUNWER.THE VICIOUS BULL ORISON TERROE IWTO THE BEAMEST HEART'S \M PAWAZUELA. A Man to Be Feared By ROY CRANE gs7 LOOKOUT! J| HE'5 HEAt> OF SHAEP AS MAIL'S AMD T\W\CE AS HIXRD, ' THA'S ^AE. , ALOME, KNOW5 WHAT HAPPEMS TO CLKARACHA'S POLITICAL HMEUiES.WO 0«A9PEA,R ALMOST M16WTLY. THE FEAR OF PAVJSON HAS REVOLUTION! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS „ ^ HA.tEOjEMEU.ES \N^H AND ErViV, ^gT AW I BKM ORDEBEO TO KEEP THEM I' SVWA.BS All's Well With the World WE8LEV HAS COME FROM BEHIND — THE PICTURE LOOKS DIFFEREMT NOW ' WHAT PLAvY WOULD YOU CALL IF YOU WEP.6 IN THERE ? By MERRILL BLOSSER THATS A PASS PLAY--WITH YOU THROWING tT/ SURE,sur LOOK WHERE THOSE DE PENSIVE BACKS ARE PLAYINS/ THEY'D BE SUCKERS FOR 'A LONG PASS/ MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE BUT IF YOU CALLED A PASS PLAY, IT WOULDN'T GIVE YOU A CHANCE- TO CARRY THE BALL PERSONALLY — AND REMGkABER- ^OUR. YARDAGE peuo WITH DUD f THE WAN6LE.' /MAIN IDEA IS T£J TRY AND WIN THE SAME/ The Trick Fails THATS THE SPIRIT . NOW <3ET IN THERE AND SEE WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH OUR SIDE OF THE SCOREBOARD / NEVER. MIND ABOUT MY YARPAQE' 1933 BY KF* SERVICE. IhC P.3ST.' HERE COME 'THE SPIDER" AUD BEW- SCU OUT VII. LA KJOW f ...AMP THEY'RE BRIKJGIWcj TUB G>IRUS WITH 'EM U-PEATT THE ~~[ 1.UCK.' THERE'S THE PLAklE...] BUT I OMLVSEE TWO OF OUE BOYS WAIT/ SOMETHIW 1 FEESHV 'BOUT r- THEES, BEWSOKJ.' l.v>'_ •^2^ LJlLl By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll ALL RIGHT, PUT 'EM VOL) TWO - THE GAME'S BACK/ KEEP TH' T5AME IM FRONT OF vou/ vwxs AFRAID op THAT/ THEY'RE GOIUG TO TRy AMP REACH THEIR PLAME BACK OP THE VILLA AWOI POW'TJ

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