Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 20, 1943 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 20, 1943
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,,TOmw ( .,-i. ,i,.r .T!,, «. M.i'juj- f *.*'*' 'Vi ope Star , r January 18, 1 «v*fy w»«k-dqy afternoon bf ublishlna w- Inc. ohd Alex. H. Woshbum) buHdino. 212-214.South Walnut ifr«t. Hope Ark. THREE OR 4-ROOM FURNISHED apartment, with 2 bedrooms, good reference. Call Hope Stafi 22-3tdh ^ Ait*. NMM- £r\ttred as second class matter at the 'T.'Poitoi'flce at Hope, Arkansas, under the .Act of ( Mareh 3, 1897. (AP>—Means Associated Press ' ' -1 Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. S*t»l«ffprl»n Kate (Always Payable In 'Advante): By e»y carrier, per week !5c; -HWrWStead, Nevada, Hbword, MNIer ana Ldioyethj eourities, $3.50 pef year; else*K*re $6,50. Membef of The Auottoted Presi: Th* , Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to R or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the loco news published herein. . Notional Atfrertfsins Representative Arkansas Dallies, Int.: Memphis Term., Stenck Building: Chicogo, 400 North Micn- , toon Avenue; l4w York City, 292 Modtsoh Ave; 0*»foit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd. Oklahoma Cirv. 4U Terminal IBda..; Nev Orleans, 722 Union St., Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charges will b made for all tributes, cards of thanks, reso Hrtions, of memorials, concerning the de Sorted Commercial newspapers hold to th policy in the news Columns to protect thcl readers from a deluge, of space-taking me trials. Th} Star .disclaim* responsib,bt for the safe-keeping or I eturn Of on unsolicited manscripts. Classified Ads must be In office day before publication. All Wont Ads cosh in advance. Not token over the Phone. One time—-2c word, minimum 30c Six times—-Se word, minimum 75c Three times—3 Vic word, minimum SOc One montti—18t word, minmium SS.70 Rotes are for continuous insertions only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." ™ \ \ 1 f- 1 , I 1 - .^ <• ' ~* , : . .* l *• i Wanted to Rent SIDE GLANCES HOPE STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS Wanted to Buy .00 COUNTRY CURED HAMS. Highest price paid. Moore's City Market. 2-tf 40 TO 120 ACRE FARM IN HEMP- stead County. See Jesse Prince at E. W. Powell's, 12 miles south of Hope on Highway 29, before- Saturday, March 20. 15 dtp Notice SEND ME YOUK NEW OR RE- newal subscriptions for any magazine published. Charles Reynerson. City Hall. 1-lmch Help Wanted ELDERLY MAN AND WIFK, white or colored, to milk five cows and attend truck garden. W. M. Ramsey. 20-3tc Deaths Last Night By the Associated Press William Thomas Boult Mount Vernon. N. Y., March 20 _(#>)— The Rey. William Thomas Boult. 57, since 1923 treasurer of the Board of Home Missions of the Congregational and Christian churches, died last night. W. J. Shortreed Pittsburgh, March 20 — OF) — W. J. Shortreed, 66, vice president of and member of the board oC directors of the H. J. Heinz company, food manufacturers died last night. Hollywood .1 For Sale LESPEDEZA AND 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 By BOBBIN COONS Wide World features Writer Hollywood — All but incurable . jitterbugs will doubtless be able to i bear up. but the touring name JOHNSON bands' one-night stands seem to be on ice for the duration. On ice. or in Hollywood, and more frequently the latter. D'. & P. L. COTTON SEED, FIRST year from breeder. Also baled hay. See A. C. Monts. 16-6tc 1937 FORD PICK-UP. GOOD ONE. Best cash offer takes it. Mr. Wilson. -Victory Pool Room. 16-6tp CABBAGE PLANTS, AT BOB 'BKant farm on Spring Hill road. See DK H. G. Heller. 18-3tp LARGE SIZE, PRACTICALLY new bicycle, 815 West 6th St. 18-3tp VERY CHOICE HOLSTEIN DAIRY heifers $20 each. Non-related bul' free with five head. Best of breeding. Homestead Farms Route Two, McGraw, N. Y. 18-6tp Tommy Dorsey and gang. before coming here to make "Girl Jrazy," played to 68,000 fans in 23 one-nighters. during which tour his musicians had one evening off. , They intended to spend it in Salt | Lake City, but passed most of it in Ogden, waiting five hours for a train. Once they traveled 659 miles a 1931 truck, and once the 31 band boys and their instruments were packed into a 14 - passenger bus for a long hop. So Dorsey has ruled out one-night stands. Johnny "Scat" Davis is back — minus his band. He's in "Sarong Girl" with Ann Corio, playing orchestra leader. He found the band business more lucrative than pictures, but he's given up — couldn't keep 15 men together what with the draft, and the transportation problem was too tough. Harry James, in "Best Foot Forward." was playing on a night nave possession m-iu u« JB - — stand in Syracuse, N. Y last year weeks See Mrs. John E. Mulloy, shortly after Pearl Harbor. During phonl 1047-W. 18-3tp the evening the Army took over the pnone wti | ^ ^ y w(jre using together with 100 BUSHELS OF ROWDEN 41-A I other means of transportation, cotton seed. One year from James and his boys had a three- breeder. Also 4 year old mule, | day wait in Syracuse, missing three 950 Ibs. West Brothers, Hope, J other engagements, and they have Route 3. Old 67 highway. 19-6tp j not tried any tours since that experience. I Kay Kyser ("Right About Face"I generally is able to charter a bus to take his gang to service centers to put on shows, and he isn't trying any other tours. MODERN bU N F TJ.R N J S H f D house, 509 South Walker. May have possession in 10 days or two ONE OIL COOK STOVE AND gas range at bargain. See me at home, James H. Bennett, 110 N. Washington Ave. 20-3tc For Rent THREE HOUSES WITH VICTORY garden, also poultry place. See Warren Nesbit, Blevins. On S. P. G. road and bus line. 15-6tp 2 OR 3 ROOM, UNFURNISHED apartment. Will be vacant March 24. Phone 168-J. 18-3tp Hold Everything 6 ' 2 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. Bath. Utilities paid. Prefer a couple. Mrs. Frank Hutchens, 712 E. Division St. 18-3tch TWO OR THREE FURNISHED! ' or unfurnished apartments. Just I * outside city limits with city lights •and water, garden. Mrs. R. M. Bunkley, phone 38-F-12 19-6tp ROOM AND BOARD. 723 SOUTH Elm. Phone 1043-W. 20-3tp For Sole or Trade 15 HEAD OF YOUNG MULES AND mares. 2 jersey milk cows. I Saddles. Two and half miles south of Spring Hill on the King Place. See Raymond Martin. 4-15tp COM. 1»J «V NEA «»VICE. INC. T. M. MC. I). ». "I'm afraid to tell anybody how happy I am here—they say if you don't gripe you're not a soldier!" OUT OUR WAY By J.R.Williams *> f I- 1 GIVE ME THAT FLASH LI SHT/ IT RI6HT HERE IN MV HAND/ I DON'T DARE TO TRY GETTlKie UP WITH VOLJ LOOKING FOR JAP PLANES WITH IT --HANDlT HERE/ THIS \S TH 1 ONE THAT GOT YOU, HAH?YEH, IT DOES SA6TOO MUCH- YEH, T HAP TH' FLASH ON TH' WRONG WIRE/ ^-WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY - ly toy (grant What's tn a Name? 7 OfiN'T 0E ANflRV, KATft'lNA , / ' By Galbraltri , MAV86 P6V DlW'T SEE DfeR 0\.t> StAR. t>EY t>1MT KWOW HOW PROUD OUR MAX WAS BE AN AMERICAN oft BRAVE AND HE WA5 Thimble Theater "The Children's Hour." tflNDW FALL, OOUJW.MI'S'S Popeve y MVFe.KNDOoi^Twoy THINK VOUHK ?/: (l)A£ A tflD-'SoMEHOUJ IT •SEEMS OKA<V LIKE ME (•c^r :&* * "-41 By Walt Disney t A Crumby Excuse Donald Duck FUNNY BUSINESS DONT BE ABSURD! jWELL , MV . GOODNESaYGAVE 'E/A 3O , WHAT POSSIBLE -*,< SEE NOVM - -« ™ . WHY DlDNTjX POUNDS! USE COULD VOUJ 1 WAS GOING VOLJ GNE V NOT.JUNW I GOT * TO USE THW SOMETHING! HAVE FOR A THING LIKE THIS? . THAT OUNK /USES FOB By Chic Young j You're Not Twins! Frankly, I think we're calling on a non-essential firml" , THIS CURIOUS WORLD By WiHiom Ferguson By tfdgor Martin Out of Luck Boots and Her Buddies SOUNDS THAT ARE LOW. IN PITCH THA By V. T. Hamlln What's Next? CNEDICII^E r\W^ PO-KO T\.vlO COME. SOON TO OUR HE. \s'OMDER WHO AN' NOW, SHERIFF — HERE'S YOUR. PRISONERS .' LITTLE BEAVER KlPtK-OUn r\"vUt \ / i nc.'.rswtN iwui%- I^'^ 1 -., •ME tH' uXuGHiM' W RE-ELECT ^ou AH RIGHT- DENNV BURS, BIRMINGHAM BASEBALL PITCHER, WON FOVA GA^lfS IN 1932., AND PITCHED ONLY AMD ELEET oup SHERIFF Si°, /*&te?x By Fred Harmon AN INSECT, A SPIDER, AND A BIPED HAVE A TOTAL OF HOW MANY LEGS The Bad Penny HE'LL BE HERE IMA MOMENT... BUT COIN BACK-T'BOBO...>F HE COMES OUTATH/KT PREDICAMEMT WITH A WHOLE: SKIM, HE'LL HAVE EARNED TH 1 RIGHT TKEEPOM LIVING/ WELL, OUR JOB , HERE IS. POME, /AROUND SO I GUESS /SOMEWHERE ' PROPPIMG BOBO OlvJTOTHE BACK OF A DIMOSAUR WAS A UMIQUE " . ANSWER: Sixteen! Insect, six; spider, eight, and biped, two. YV^^=> f* WIVJU-VWI- S~. -TLJOI \r LJ7 WAV OF PISPOS- ( 1 V T !^,9y 6HT GETTING) ALOMG --WHERE'S VOUR Yw *' < — >r isi-=>r*~i~* I , T ../AC. IWf5 OF AM EN- \ 'L^S EMV, 1 MUST OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople . - — ——^____^^^^_^_^_^ AWOS.OLO BOV/TWrXTCOW ^ SUCM SOU SOLD AAEFEfZ.* 100 16 A RESULfXR Nl^-GARA ^t HE'S 0' MOt^EV/ X FEEU GU1LTV AS 1 vou -*- eo "VELL^OU NMHPC^ , , I'LL SELL \ TO ^00 — \NOT \AJHV. SCO, OUR. CH/XRATV N\O\)E6 N\E BUT 60RR.V/ C&ILIN6 PRICE By Merrill Bloiier 100% Approval Freckles and His Friends BOY HAS Losr W(S ARE YOU SURE YOU CAPTAIM , THE TRAFPIC LAWS APPLY JO POLICE OFFICERS PRIVATF CITIZENS CAM'T FIND IT, SMITH ?-HAVE YOU NEXT TIME, NOT T& LOOKED 0 EVERYWHERE?

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