Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 26, 1938 · Page 4
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••^AGfi FOUR HOPE CLASSIFIED RATES ,ijbfA time—2c -word, minimum SOc 'H»«e tones—3%c -word, min. SOc ' Six times—6c word, minimum 90c WM 'month (26 Umes)—18c vword, minimum ________ $2.70 -Rates «n lor continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard .•eUsilfication -name such as "For Rent,""For Sale," etc.—this is free. <But,eadi initial or name, or com- t^lete .telephone number, counts aa 4 -full word. F.OT example: TOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total. 15 words, at 2c word, SOc '•for one time; at 344c word, 53c for -three times, etc. •NOTE: All orders placed by tele- 'jhone are due and payable upon presentation of bill. PHONE 768 With the County Agent Oliver L. Adams Achievement Day Hempstead county 4-H Club members will eagerly listen to the annual state .radio program on Saturday, No- .vember 5—which is -4-H club achievement day—especially anxious to learn just who, through their sustained interest, will be named the Champion 4-H Club boy and girl for Arkansas for 1938. says Melva Bullington and Oliver L. Adams, county extension agents. Hempstead county 4-H club members will listen to the program as a part of their own county program which will be held that day in Hope at the city hall. The state program will be broadcast over station KARK, Little Rock, from 11:45 a. m. to 12:15 p. m. The-state program will be cut-in on the national program, broadcast during the National Farm and Home program, .which starts at 11:30 a. m. In addition to the state champion, the second state champions and the district champion boys and girls will also be •named on the program, which will be ,'an charge of W. J. Jernigan, state club .agent, University of Arkansas Col- 'lege of Agriculture. The State Champion girl and boy WE ARE PREPARED Do "£fi ~kin£ of Cold Storage and Meat Curing COMMUNITY ICE & PRO•••.•;;,;V ; pucE cp. • • • _ : 'Phone 3501 for Particulars GAS RANGES—HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES .1..., Automatic Water Heaters -^Butane Gas Systems EASY TERMS llarry W. Shiver 'iPIumbing—Electrical Phone 259 ••V.V.W.V.V.V.W.V.V. Try Us For Your Meat Curing jj! and Smoking. We Do It Right. «J Home Ice Company I* 916 East Third Street ;. Hope, Ark. I" REST AND RELAX -(Enjoy a good game of Billiards with your friends. CRINER'S BILLARD and DOMINO PARLOR : Next door to New Theater e: ail OJ 1 I fe- I |i *i ti si '! '] ,'t You Owe It to Yourself TO TRY OUR Superior Dry Cleaning Methods and see the difference it makes in the appearance of your clothes. Phone 148 COOK'S White Star Wednesday, October 26, 193 What's 'Wetter' Than Water?—Oil' I ED Oil is "wetter" than water as far as movie cameras are concerned, so Movie Star Fredric March "oils .down" a cute member of the cast for his new picture, "Trade Winds," now in production in Hollywood. On the screen, oil drops look more like water drops than do water drops. A property man stands by to give aid should oil get in the young lovely's eye POWERFUL DICTATOR HORIZONTAL 1 Dictator of Italy. 9 He has been premier 1922. 14 Surface measure. 15 To love. 17 Tumultuous disturbance. 18 Ruby. 19 At no time. 20 Sick. 21 Calm. 22 Inlays. 26 To consume. 27 Behold. 29 Electrified particle. 31 Maker of bread. 35 Musical note. 36 Plateau. 37 To dwell. 38 Mountain. 39 Before. 40 Thin metal plate. 41 Dyewood tree. 43 To splash in water Answer to Previous Puzzle 49 Vote of ; assent. ; 53 Silkworm. 54 Lively dance. 57 Wood under plaster. 58 Food container. 59 To classify. 60 God of sky. 61 He heads the party. 62 His country has a censorship law. VERTICAL 1 Parent.. 2 To impel. 3 Prophet. 4 Identical. 5 Narrow path. 6 Fish. 7 New star. 8 Fury. 10 Part of eye. 11 Egyptian river. 12 Young horse. 13.And. 16Goddess of dissension. 21;Hc ; isa man. 23 Pointed end. 24 He is a man of tremendo" 25 Adjusted .4 watch. 26 To undo .the setting. 28 Grain. 30 Over. 32 Wing. 33 Knapsack. 34 First woman. 40Chum. 42 Opposite of lower. 44 Alms box. 45 Prejudice. 46 Judge's bench. 47 Breakfast food. 48 Fan palm. 50 Sound of distress. 51 Jargon. 52 Toilet box 55 Work of genius.' 56 Queer. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS will discuss "What I Value Most in My 4-H Club Work." James Morclic of Monroe county, 1937 state champion boy and now president of the state 4-H club council, will tell "How Club Members May Contribute to the Development of Their One Organization." Mrs. W. E. Berry of Pulaski county, president of the State Leaders Council, will discuss "The Local Leader in 4-H Club Work." Travis Grubbs of Drew county, president of the junior Adult 4-H club state council, will speak on ' What the Junior Adult club May Mean to Older fiural Youth." . ^ jn f will be led by Inew Graham, 4-H club member in Saline county Music will be furnished by the Pulas- k, county 4-H club orchestra, and the 4-H club quartet from Lawrence coun- GovernmeiitCottonloans Quick Service—Immediate Payment Cotton classed by a Licensed Government classer in our office. T. S. McDAVITT & COMPANY Hope, Arkansas The Library "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" Service* Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 •We«t Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb. 658-J. l-26tc For Sale •FOR SALE—Cheap. Sandy top soil, ideal for filling low lots. Cnll 230. Hope :Brick Works. 25-3tc Re-roof NOW before cold wenther and rnins begins. No down pnynient, easy monthly terms. Hempstend County Lumber Co. 20*6tc FOR SALE-One 'Bedroom, dining room suite, with stove and electrical refrigerator, 614 South Mnin. Phone 4C3. 24-3tc FOR SALE—SORGHUM.SYRUP AT STAR OFFICE. 13-20tdh Notice NOTICE—Local money to loan on improved farm lands nnd city property; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope, Arkansas. IM-Nov 24-c Tnkc advantage.of our gpeclnl offer ... . repair, repaint, or ro-rpof now nnd be prepared for winter. .No.down payment, smiill monthly terms. Hemp, stcnd .County .Lumber Co. 20-6lc —_ Wanted LOST-Thursdny nt Henderson foot- bnll giirrip Indies yellow gold Elgin wrist watch. Liberal reward for return to Hope Star. 21-Gt-dh LIST—Light red Jersey cow with tip off of horns. Reward. Fletcher Etist- erlying, Hope Rt. 2, Pl, ono 343. ,2fi-3tp LOST— uonn speckled cow with horns. 600 pounds. Cnll O L Wvntt 888 or 841-VV-. .™ LOST— Brown and white liver-spotted pointer dog. Both cars brown. About 15 months old. Reward, Tommy Brumfteltl. a r >-3lc ' WANTED—100 bushels of enr corn. Mrs. B. C. Lewis, Hope Route Two. ,25-3tc WANTED-Four unfurnished houses nnd three unfurnished npnrtments. Cnll .Hope Chamber of Commerce. Phone 940. : 26-3'tc Today'* Answ*r« to CRANIUM CRACKIUS Questions on -Page^Onc 1. False. Lindbergh was born in Detroit. 2. False. An oppiUnn is,an English student who lives in a town away from hisiuollege. 3. True. 4. False. New Orlenns.ls 90 miles in: .the Mississippi river from the fiutf. | 3. True. Legal Notice N O T I C U. Notice is hereby given that n pell* tion, .purporting to be signed by fl mnjorjty of ithe .qualified electorate! 'Providence School District Number 1 14 of Hempstend vCoimly, will come tUp <!or 'hearing, consideration nnd jud(t* merit by the County Court of Hemp* stem! County nt City Hall, Hope, Ark* imsas, on .Wednesday, November §jth» between the hours of 2 p. 'nV. nJftd C,p. m. The snid petition asks that ProvJ* idenoe.School District be dissolved and all the territory thereof be annexed to nndimade.port of.Hope School District* Number 1-A of Hempstead County, i Arkansas. Done. nnd signed by order of lh(S' County Court, of Hetnpsteatl County in .session Mon'diiy, October 24, 1938. , 'H. -P. RIDER, County Judge, fly EVE.-AUST1N, County Examiner"! Oct. 2&-Nov. 2. OUR BOARDING HOUSE ...with... MAJOR HOOPLE OME MUMTPRED BUCKS "FOR A G LASS EYE/ IT'S A WILD SWING IN 1H' DARK, BUT IT'S THAT SOAAEOME PULLED TH' WOOL OVER TH' MADORfe EYES AND HE PAID FOR SILK f YEM ' TH' MAJOR MAY HAVE TH' WRONG M UMBER BUT THEY SURE GOT : AWK HAVE THE WROAJ6 f J UTTINC5 TWO AMP TWO TO6ETHER MAKES OAKE = OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS f THEY DIPN^ GET ANY, I CAN TELL ! NOW GIVE IT AWAY -' WE'LL COME IN 1H' FRONT DOOR WITH THESE THAT MY BEAU STOPPED IN AND GAVE US, AND WE'LL LET ON WE' GOT THEM OVER IN THE VACANT LOT AN' WE GOT 'EM WITH A ROLLING PIN ITLL NOT BE FUNNY TO ME -THEY'LL BE TIRED AN',A TACK i AND CRANKY. AS. w-T-.a^H^or. .x^; WHY 'MOTHERS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES TO 6O OR Stt AUV- WV\r\OOT SOME Such Is Fame By EDGAR MARTIN ALLEY OOP The library takes great pleasure in announcing the following new books for boys and girls: "The Cottage at Bantry Bay," by Hilda Ctockum. "Five Proud Riders," by Ann Stafford. "The Cautious and Other Fables in Pictures," by Nicholas Radlous. "Safety First and last," by C. E. Dull. "Andy arid the Lion," by James Daugherty. "The Hobbit," by J. R. R. Tolkein. The library also announces a new schedule for the week. Open from 8 through the noon hour until 5 o'clock On Saturday from 8 to 12. Modern scientific researchindicates that long life is principally hereditary, through factors of environment and habits also are important. A WANT AD FIND IT / i. AND AS SOON A c COMES TO, VOU'LL BE "TRY1N' IT AGAIN — THERE NOW, V'BOOB/ I TOLDJUH 7H' CRITTER WAS TOO SMALL FOR VOU T'TRV TO RIDE .' AW,WELL,SHUX.'HE AJN'T HURT NONE'.' CMON.WE GOTTA GIT HIM BACK HOME er-^ o , • SEE ? A HE5 ALL RIGHT' 1 WONT GIVE UP/ That Should Make Him Grow At THV VJS.RV SO-l.6 By V. T. HAMLIN \VASHTUBBS •--IF VOUD ONLV WAIT AWHILE, HE'D BE PLENTV BIG ENOUGH.' AT MOST IT SHOULDNT BE LONG NOW. OW! \1VETOOK EWOU6H DIRT FROtA VOl^ YOU'RE \we HEARTIE. AN EVE FOR AW EVE BBEAXW |AW A TOOTH FER A TOOTH, THA'S .£ Y ., yK:7~T-i—^sai w/MOTTO. Ai*^A * , Tough Going, Wash UOBOBY Kit) CALL BULL DAWSOM A J \~ T. M. R[Q. U, s'. PAT. Off.' By ROY CRANE AW VWOT5 <MORE, VER EK-$VJEETIE UEUER WANTS TO SEE YOU . SHE'S AST ME TO RUW OOTATH'COOMTRV. tuwrS A LIE; CAROL VJOUU3 WEUERDO SUCH A TH\N6. •V THUNDER! COMF \SCATE \T. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS No Half-Way Measures By MERRILL KNOW I GUESS HE'U. BE A BK5 SHOT AROUND HERE / i HEAR. THEY'RE GONNA INITIATE HIM INTO THE 23 CLUB' TOMORROW NIGHT.' THE GUYS ALL WEAR. ROBES AND MASKS — IT SURE IS A I'LL, SAY HE is / SOMETHING'S (50TTA BE PONE / ABOUT IT/ M HOW DO THEY INITIATE MYRA NORTH. SPECIAL NURSE UW THE COCKPIT OF THE "BLACK. BULLET," THE SPIDER. AMD BEMSOM FIGHT TO SHAKE OFF V/HrtEVs FURIOUS KTtA.CH. / PETROf POW'T VOU t RUM FOR THE t CAM'T/THE -DEVILS PLANE IS tlGMT- WIMG.'HE FORCES US FARTHER. AWAY ALL THE TIME.' KBCP Can Whitey Last ^ MEAW- WHILfc, HELPS THE CblPZLSTO THEIR FEET... SPELL- BOUWD, THEX WATCH THE FURIOUS AIR. TXJEL/ By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll THIS BLOOD IS •LIMPING ME > ITS NOW OR i NEVER;/ B-BUT CAKJ'1 DO AKiVTHIN* TO HELP HIM? 'FBAID -NOT, MV12A- rrs WHITEVS FIGHT WOW/1 TOLD THE ARMV SQUADROK1 TO LAY OFF TILL f 'EM THE

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