Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 27, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 27, 1938
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PAGE, FOUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED RATES One time— Ic word, minimum 30c Three times—3Vic word, min. 50c Six times—6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum 12.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucn as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free, But each initial or namo, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with gara|^, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, IS words, at 2c word, 30c for one time; at 3Vie word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill PHONE 768 I National Washer and Ironer Week Every House Needs WEST1NGHOUSE •Special This Week 6 Pound Washer Sold On Easy Terms. Hope Hardware COMPANY C 1-SNAPSHOT CUIL AUTUMN PICTURES Thursday. October 27,1938 * Iore YouTell the Quicker You Sell" Services Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 We*t Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb. 658-J. l-2Gtc For Sftltt FOR SALE—Choap. Sandy top soil, ideal for filling low lots. Call 230. Hope Brick Works. 25-310 Silhouette snaps of work on the farm are but one type of autumn picture opportunity. Note the effectiveness of the low viewpoint. A WE ARE PREPARED To Do All KJmls of Cold Storage and Meat'Curing COMMUNITY ICE & PRODUCE CO. Phone 350 for Particulars FEW years back, most folks stopped taking pictures at the close of the summer season. Now, however, autumn lias become one of the best and busiest snapshot seasons. Better cameras, faster films, and the natural charm of fall outdoors, make eiid-of-sumnier one long picture-whirl for the camera fan. Stay-at-homes don't know what they're missing. There's a picture- subject at every fence-corner in this changing season. Fields are busy —crops are being harvested and late fruit gathered in. The weather is grand for hiking, with a camera slung over your shoulder and a pocket full of film. There ie warm color and atmosphere in the landscape, richness in the cloud-massed skies, and grandeur in the autumn sunsets—a challenge to any camera. Record autumn fully in pictures, and you will have a snapshot collection Worthy of an album all its •own. Tell the complete story—the season's change, the harvest, all the .details that make autumn different. GAS RANGES—HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Automatic Water Heaters Butane Gas Systems EASY TERMS Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 Emphasize the transition, showing the decline of the year, the promise of cold weather to come. Falling leaves, wind-tossed corn silhouetted against a cloudy sky, plump pumpkins lying among the shocks of corn already cut, and horses or machtii' ery pictures against the background of a riotous sunset... all are good. There are literally thousands of opportunities, everywhere. On an autumn hike or outing, let one of the girls in your party stand on a ridge, with the wind blowing her scarf and hair—and picture her with the blue sky as background. There's appeal in such snapshots. When there are magnificent clouds, slip a color filter over the camera lens to make them stand out against the blue sky. Use the filter, too, In picturing distant scenes, and faraway objects will show up more clearly in your pictures. Depend on autumn for interesting pictures—keep your camera busy—and you won't be disappointed. Nowadays the -picture year has four seasons, and this Is one ot the best. Tolm van Guilder Re-roof NOW before Cold weather and rains begins. No down payment, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 20-6tc FOR SAI.,E-Onc Bedroom, dining room suiti 1 , with stove niul eloc'tticnl ri-friKcrntor. 614 South Main. Phono W. 24-:!to FOR SALE-SORGHUM SYRUP AT STAR OFFICE. 13-20ldh VOR SALE—One- fine registered Hereford bull, weighs l.filX) |HHIIU|S. Sutton & Collier. 27-4tc Take advantage or nnr special offer . . . repair, repaint, or re-roof now niicl be prepared for winter. No down payment, small monthly terms. Hemp- stfiul County Lumber Co. 20-Gtc •toil LOST—Tluu-sdny nt Henderson foot- bsill tdAifc 'Indies yellow gold Eflgin wrist watch. Liberal reward for return to Hope Star. 21-6l-dh. LlfLT—Light red Jersey cow with tip off of horns. Reward. Fletcher Bnst- i-rlyiiiR, Hope Rt. 2, Phone 343. LOST—Komi speckled cow with horns, COO pounds. Call O. L Wvntt 888 or 841-W. 35.3(0. LOST—Brown and white liver-spot- tcd pointer dog. Botli ears brown. About 15 months old. Reward, Tommy Brumfield. 25-3tc FOR RENT FOR RENT-Nicely funilshccl bedroom. :!08 S. Hervcy. Phone 937. 27-3tc Wanted WANTED—100 bushels of ear corn. Mrs. B. C. Lewis, Hope ftoule Two. 25-3tc WANTED-Fouf unfurnished houses and three furnished apartments. Call Hope Chamber of Cottitnere*. Phone 940. 26-3tc Notice r ~" NOTICE—Local money to loan on improved farm lands and city property; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope, Arkansas, iM-Nov 24-c Divorced lit 15 WABASH, Ind.--(ff)-Mrs. Elij*l*th Fosnoiigh, 15-ypnr-old mother of « nineteen-month-ol^ child was the youngest person k eVer to get. a divorce in the Wnbash' circuit court! She and her husband, Ralph 19, were married in November, 193C. Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page One 1. False. Residents of Washington, D. C., lead the notion in per* capita expenditures. 2. TVtie. 3. False, Highest death rates nrC in the country remote from medical help. 4. Tnie. 5. True, Two Stors Wore Missing SANTA CLARA, Cnlif.— I/I') —Twd ye*rs ngo an Aniei-ican flag was pre* sented to Snnta Clara university artd has been flying on the cnmpus pvef since. This term nn observant student pointed out that it contained only 4H stars, Instead of the regular 48. GIRL ACTRESS = USE MONTS SUGAR CURE = = When, Butcheing Pork and Beef E = This Sugar Cure is a formula thatS Scares meat quickly; costs no more:: Ethan the old salt method and is5 Emuch less trouhle, •£ = Electrically Mixed =j = Prin(ed directions fumished freeE s with each purchase. — = ' For Sale by = = MONTS SEED STORE, Hope. E E Emmet Mercantile Co., Emmet. E E M. L. Nelson, Blevins. E E ROGERS & SONS, McCaskilJ. E = J M. STRIPING & SONS, Prescott = niiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi n REST AND RELAX Enjoy a good game nt Billiards with your friends. CRI.VER'S BILLARD and DOMINO PARLOR Next door to New Theater You Owe It to Yourself TO TRY OUR Superior Dry Cleaning Methods and sec the difference it makes in the uppenrunre of your clothes. Phone 148 r White Star HORIZONTAL Answer to Previous Futile 1, 7 Pictured motion picture star. 12 Ancient. 13 Dispenses. 16 Southern constellation. 17 Little devil. 19 Mongol military division. 20 Single thing. 22 To annoy. 24 Thing. 25 Unit of work. 27 Neither. 29 Apish actions ?.'2 Lion. rM Gaiter. 36 Praying female figure. 37 Fairy. 38 Genus of linden trees. 40 Rubber tree. 41 The is most important in her pictures. 42 Form of "n." 43 Type of plants 45 Early. 47 Compnss point. 48 Mesh of lace. 50 Year. 51 Southwest. 52 Russian emperor. 54 Before Christ. 56 Preposition. 57 To equip. 59 Meat. 62 To move sidewise. 64 Frozen water. 65 She is now in the stage of . VERTICAL 1 First note in scale. 2 Biblical prophet. 3 Navy commander. 4 Northeast. 5 Abaft. 6 Pertaining to the shoulder. 7 Lair. 8 Plural pronoun. 9 Bracelets. 10 Rage. 11 North America. 14 To precede. 15 Deeds to feudal property. 18 Pair. 20 Either. 21 She was an success. 23 Genus of the body. 25 Electrical unit. 26 She won stardom because of her lovely . 28 Deems. 30 Italian river. 31 And. 33 Goddess of discord. 35 Twitching. 37 Play on words 39 Like ale. 41 To cut grass. 44 Eye. 46 Hops kiln. 49 Slowly (music). 53 Rivulet. 55 Style. 56 Last word of a prayer. 58 Driver's command. CO Expert flyer. 61 Twisted. 62 South Africa. 63Idant. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Try Us For Your Meat Curing and Smoking. We Do It Right. Home Ice Company 91G East Third Street f Hope, Ark. ... .-.".•.•.•....-.....-.. . Governmmit Cotton Loans Quick Services-Immediate Payment ^ Cotton clashed by a Licensed Government .olasser in our office. T. S. McDAViTT &. COMPANY Hope, Arfcansas j Tests have shown that an average flying altitude of from 5000 to 6000 feet is the most efficient for the operation of a plane. U,eA Hope Star Want Ad OUR BOARDING HOUSE ... with... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS I OUST PUT OVER A LITTLE DEAL THAT NETTED ME A POCKETFUL. OP PLUNDER AND I'M SEEKIUQ NEW FIELDS FOR MY ' PECULIAR TYPE OF 6EMIUS TO BROWSE IM / IP YOU BOYS HAPPEN TO KWOW OP- A GOOD THING KICKING AROUMD LOOSE I AA/aHT CUT YOU IN OK) A. YOU'D CUT IN TH' NUMBERS RACKET, OAKE/ SCWEONE PEDDLED A COMBlNATION OP NUMBERS TO TH' MA3OP, FOR A HUNDRED BUCKS, THAT WOULD OPEM TH 1 SAFE O< PROSPERITY- BUT THEY TURNED OUT TO BE A ROW A\AN, AH PON' NEED NO C-iLASS, EYE TO SEE VVHO DOME PAT TO MISTAH A\ADA,H I ~T^ > PRAT IT / I'VE C TKIEP EVERY OF THOSE TELEFHOWE NUMBERS, BUT TO WO m • "'^ % ,-^r L COPR. HM BY NL* 3EBVICE. INC. T. M BOOTS AND HER UHE A\AOOR MAS BEEN STUCK MORE'TIMES THAW A PIM CUSHION! = BUDDIES" JU ?SJ K TEUL ME TH TRUTH \ NOW ... WAS THAT \ A SCHEME OF YOURS \ OF LETT1N' ON THAT STUFF WAS STOLE, SO MOONFIXER WOULD HURRY AND BORROW TH' MONEY TO MAKE. YOU PAY HIM'FORTH STUFF YOU WAS . HOLDIM' IN HOCK? fC' T*/.'v~ WHY ; NO.^TT AND HOW * WAS 1 TO KNOW HE'D GET THE MONEY FROM YOU? YOU,SHOULD INVESTIGATE. WHERE YOU PUT YOUR MONEY BEFORE, NOT , ^ AFTER: COME ON---DONT ADVERTISE THAT WE ARE SAPS .' I SEE OUR FUTURE. PLAIKI BEFORE US • WE'LL BE IN TH' GREAT MIDDLE. CLA&S THAT HAS , TO KEEP ON MAKIN MORE TO INVESTIGATE WHERE TH'LAST WENT.' h Jt"* aV*L*%m \^~ THE SUCKERS ruuc.ut.MT.orr. IO-E7 Ganagway! By EDGAR MARTIN ALLEY OOP COP*. 1»J» BY NCA SERVICE. INC. T. M. RCC. U. S. PAT. Otf The Other Fellow's Cake Is Sweeter By V. T. HAMLIN C'MO/N /MOW, KAKKV / ( W*-.' NOW I'M GONNA HAFTA EAT THIS NICE FOOD! DIG UP SUMPIN FOR DINNV I GOT FOR VUH, SO V°R HE> 5 GONNA ' MDU CAN GROW UP 7 BE BIG'N STRONG LIKE OINNV/ Tf WASH TUBES MV COSH, KAKKV- RIGHT, \ WHY WOMTCHA OINNY, YOU 1 EAT ? WHASSA MATTER WITH NICEL YOU--TIDBIT f-DON'TCHA WANT THIS GOOD FATTENING) Fall of a Fighting Man '«:,*:&'* "ito etHratvi HAV " i AKJO Tft,KE \NOT'X COMIK1' TO VOU! \ <O' 'M ton. 1»M UY MtA 3tRVICE. INC. T. M. 1EC. U. s' P*T. Off'_J By ROY CRANE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A New Scheme M)' KNOCK UlS BLOCK OK! BEINS A ^. OP TWE 23 CLUB 1$ QUITE AW HONOR , MOM .' YOU HA.VE TO HAVE STRAIGHT *A" ORADES To BE EUSIBLC I By MERRILL BLOSSER ^tf'st.?™%Z3K'4;"'_ WHERE ARE THEY SOINQ TO HOLD THE INITIATION M 1 WAS TbLP ™^m TO BE AT 4-1> AT 7:30! --- ^THERE'S ITS FANCY.' ^\ THE THEY WEAR ROBES ) PHONE AND MASKS , / —I'LL AND _/ANSWBR IT.' (f ,\ i HE DIDNT GIVE HIS NAME i Mr JUST SAID THAT THE MEETING PLACE WAS 71H AMD POVKR AT 7: IS I MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE B.UT WHITEY, HIS FACE A. BI-OOD- STREAKED MA,SK, CifilMLV STEELS Hl^ASELP FOR A LAST DESPERATE ATTEMPT.... HE'S IM A, POWER PIV8 -HEADIKJ& RIGHT FOR US.' WE'RC GOIMG TO COLLIPE IN —»i-,-^T-"—T^-....« 1 -» r . m a npv_ifc & ly lip. ^ja^ r /0-xr. By Ray Thompson and Charles Coif VS 7W£ SPIDER AVO 3E/VSQN/ •&STQUC,C,Le //V 7W£ COCKPIT ' LACK- BULLET /20A«S w A ceAzy s/ WHOOPS! I'VE DONE IT.'

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