Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 16, 1943 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 16, 1943
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HOPE STAR, HOPE,ARKANSAS e Star „ IWNMY WMR-KtoV _, ,„. .- * I*** Publlshlns Co. Int ite. £. folttw ond Ate*. H. Woshburn) *>»» Sttt buildtfKj. 212-2 H South Walnut Street, Hope Ark. <• *• . rwi « WASMBURN, tdttor and Publl$h«r Entered as second class matter at the Posfoffiee at Hope, Arkansas, under the Art of March 3, 1897. (APV—Means Associated Press {NEA}—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. Sutoerlptlon 'Rale (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; Mempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller ana Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to >be use for republication of all news dispatches credited to tt or not otherwise 'credited in this paper and also the local 'Mws published herein. National Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dollies, Inc.; Memphis. Term., Sttrkk Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich- loon Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison 'Xve.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal IBdg.; New Orleans. 722 Union St.. Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charges will be made for all tributes, cords of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed Commercial newspapers hold to this "policy In the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space-taking rne- - mortals. The Star disclaims responsibility for the safe-i'-.eeping or seturn of any unsolicited manscripts. Classified Ads must be in office day before publication. All Wont Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone. On* time—2c word, minimum 30e Six times—Se word, minimum 75c Three times—-3 Vic word, minimum SOe One month—! 8c word, minmlum S2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." Wanted to Rent THREE OR 4-ROOM FURNISHED apartment, with 2 bedrooms, good reference. Call Hope Star. 22-3tdh For Rent SIDE GLANCES MY HOME (NOT JUST A HOUSED the last of April. 3i-> miles north i on highway 4. Five rooms, lights, water, gas, Three acres nnd 100 shade trees. Se Mrs. Garland Darwin, phone 22-F-U. 10-Gtp THREE ROOM NICELY FUR- nished apartment. Close in. No children. Mrs. M. E. Edginglon. 505 South Walnut. Phone 1040. 15-3tpl THREE HOUSES WITH VICTORY garden, also poultry place. See Warren Nesbitt. Blcvins. On S. G. G. road and bus line. 15-Gtp Wanted to Buy 100 COUNTRY CURED HAMS. Highest price paid. Moore's City Market. 2-tf CHILD'S PLAY PEN. APPLY Hope Star office. Telephone 708. I ___ 10 TONS OF GOOD LESPEDEZA hay. Glynn C. Bailey, Guernsey Depot. 10-Gtp 40 TO 120 ACRE FARM TN HEMP- stead County. See Jesse Prince at E. W. Powell's, 12 miles south of Hope on Highway 29, before Saturday. March 20. 15 Gtp I For Sale or Trade 15 HEAD OF YOUNG MULES AND mares. 2 jersey milk cows. Saddles. Two and half miles south of Spring Hill on the King Place. See Raymond Martin. 4-15tp ! For Sale LESPEEjEZA AND JOHNSON grass 'hay. Also cottonseed, D P & L, Stonewell 2-B, Rowden 41-A and Cookers long staple, 'first year from breeder. See T. S. McDavitt. 30-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE: HORSES and mules, at Garrett's Gin Lot. 16-26tp ONE GOOD SADDLE HORSE AND 17 mules, from 3 to 4 years old. See C. F. Baker on the J. L. Goodbar farm, 6 miles from Hope on Columbus highway. ll-6tp PULP WOOD AND SAW LOGS. See W. E. Robins, Ozan, Ark. Route One. 15-3tp D. & P. L. COTTON SEED, FIRST year from breeder. Also baled hay. See A. C. Monts. 16-6tc A 1% TON 1936 DODGE TRUCK j with good tires. In service now. j Will be reasonable. Jesse J. Samuel. ll-6tp Today in Congress 1937 FORD PICK-UP. GOOD ONE. Best cash offer takes it.- Mr. Wilson, Victory Pool Room. 16-6tp Notice SEWING MACHINES, BOUGHT, sold and repaired. One new Sing- 1 inguez, now with U. S. forces on one er Vacuum Cleaner and Button- 1 of the world's battlefronts. is wear- hole attachments for sale. See j ing the same overseas hat that his James E. Allen, 621 South Fulton I father, Tom Dominguez, Sr. wore St., Phone 322-J. 16-lmpd | ; n World War No. 1. picked up the hat while he be- Tax Reports. Married persons come) of report even thought no tax is due. ' Single men must file with gross income of ?500.00 Paul Simms will be at my office on week-ends. Will be there myself at all times. Bring records of Receipt and Expenditures to my office. We will do the rest. J. W. Strickland. 11-tf SEND ME YOUR NEW OR RE,, newal subscriptions for any ^ magazine published. Charles Reynerson. City Hall. 1-lmch FOR SALE: TWO YEAR OLD roses, lOc each. Shrubs of all kinds. Priced reasonably. Apple trees, 25c; Pecan trees, $1.00. All otlier fruits trees. Will be at " Bundy's Service Station, 3rd and 'Shover, all day Thursday, March 18. Mrs. T. L. Alston, the Rose Woman from Amity, Arkansas. 15-3lch Lost BLACK AND-GREY POLICE DOG. Answers to name "Rover". Return to M. S. Bates or call 924 or 24. 16-3tch PARKER LIFE-TIME GENTLE- men's fountain pen. Finder please phone 19-J. 16-3tp Tuesday, March 16, 19431^ By Roy Grant Woih Tubbt By Gdlbraith LOSS OF BLOOP... INTERNAL, HEMORRHA&E.»WE WMlfJ TIME. WE WERE ABLE TO tfO A flOOD SOB OH YOUR, LE6...?yj...eUT THAT t>OESNT MEAM WE CM PERFORM MIRACLES, you KWOW WSLL, THERE " WASAFELUA NAMED HITLER... MAX HITLER... WE WERE MAYBE I SHOULDN'T. TELL VOU EITHER... HE DIED SOOW AFTER REACH ING THE HOSPITAL HOBBLE ABOUT AUTTUE , 'OM THE SAME SHOW. HE SAVED MY LIFE. BUT THE NURSES WON'T TELL ME HOW HEfe 6ETTIM6 ALOW6 Thimble Theater Handle" Without Care!" LgASE PASS THE UlQRDAROLlM' AT I UJILL rJIVE HEAV6MS1 BOV5 -SHOULD HAVG NAMES-I'LLGWE ,<VOUOt4e POPEVS. THAT'S A LOT OF CASH BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. nee. U. a, PAT; of f. "Since you quit serving meals .out of cans, I'm reminded of our early married days—I'm finding out all over again what a good cook you are!" By Walt Disney An Eye for An Eye! Donald Duck rue iniLY BLOW EDITORIAL OFFICES ' FUNNY BUSINESS By Chic Young Star Boarder! SEE FOP SOMETIMES VOU ACT LIKE YOUR JOB \5 MORE IMPORTANT THAWMV6ETTIMS TO SCHOOL OW TIME.' y - x f HIM TO BE LATE FOR SCHOOL, 1OL1L.D VOU PEAR? rnpft. 1943 RY NEASERVICE. INC. T. M. RIG. U.S. PAT. OFf. I think he's heard about power conservation I'" THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson 3-16 i Most Mysterious By Edgar Martin Boots and Her Buddies INVENTOR OF THE NOW FAMOUS DIESEL ENGINE, DID NOT LIVE TO SEE FULL EXPLOITATION OF THIS INVENTION/ ONE NIGHT, IN 1913, HE STRANGELY FROM A MAIL STEAMER., WHILE CROSSING THE ENGLISH CHANNE1 AND THE MYSTERY OF HIS DEATH IS UNSOLVED TO THIS DAY. "VVAKY IS War No. 1 hat. Hold Everything By V. T. Hamlln Still Unaccounted For SO THE. HERE WANI-UfA YOU TO PRISONERS RACK ID PINE. GULCH, RED R.TDE.R? RADISH GETS ITS NAME FROM THE LATIN By Fred Harmon COPR. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. V. S. PAT. PFF. See For Yourself, Dootsy By The Associated Press Senate Resumes debate on farm deferment bill. Small business committee investigates operations of Army post-exchanges. Finance committee considers debt limit bill. House Considers farm labor appropriation. Ways and Means committee drives for vote on new income-tax collection plan. Naval committee seeks vote on absenteeism bill. Rules committee studies bill lr> include farm labor'.costs in determining prices for farm products. Soldier Fills His Dad's Hat Raton, N. M. UP)— Tommy assigned to overseas duty nnd "Six weeks from now you'll be the toughest bunch ever to go out of this camp!" 3-lfe ANSWER: Fairbanks, Alaska. NEXT; Growing Mt. Everest. PER PETE SAKE! TH' POOR DOPE ACTS LIKE HE'D BEEN HALF SCARED TO DEATH//? NAOKE THAN HALF, I SHOULD S THAT RAT RIGHT NOW, REGARDLESS OF OOOLA'S ORDER TO HOLP OFF FOR. A SPEUL.' By J.R.Williams OUT OUR WAY OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople THAT ARTIST DIDN'T Y THERE I WAS, \f OH,THE OL DOG v KMOW HIS SUBJECT-) REARED BACK ] SKJOOZES, AW'TH' THEY CARRIED MO J EMJOYIK1' THEM I BUTTERFLY FLITS, SABERS IM THAT \ FLASHIM' BLOOD- \ AMD TH' BEES FAMOUS BATTLE.' /SPATTERED SABEES ) THEY HUNAVSJHILE I'VE READ MANY \--AN 1 HERE COMES /TH' FROG J\S ACCOUNTS OF THAT\ THIS WELL READ /SITS/ a LITTLE ENGAGEMENT, AND 1 GUY AX)' RUINS \SAMDPIPERS WADIM THEY ALL IMSIST < THE ARTIST. RUINS VLOMG TH' BROOKS, EVEN THE OFFICERS \ IT FER. ME AM'ALL I AM' THEY'LL ALL HAD MO SABER.S.' ^f^=i WHO AIM'T ^A HE HAPPY TILL TELL9 SOU'RE THE OVO!<>ER- NOU eA LOGGER. IP SOU OF THE C\TM I'LL TE-LU NOO CO\Ai IS P\ PUBLIC HEALTH, AND X VOU rA/Xv BUCKET All Is Not Gold That Glitters By Merrill Blosser Freckles and His Friends THATS, JUST WHAT I'M COMPLAINING ABOUT// I'M SUBJECT TO EMERGENCY CALLS AS LON& AS I HAVE IT---AND THIS TOWN SEEMS f MY BO/: WHAT DO YOU WANNA DO THAT FOR.? CAPTAIN ID UKS TO . TURN IN MV HONORARY BADGE TO BE FULL OP EMERGENCIES.' —TECHNICALLY, I'M ON DUTY AT ALL TIME?!! THE DAMPER

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