Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 24, 1943 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 24, 1943
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rAf 1 , " r 'm lope Star week-dav arternoon by F — Stof PubHshino Co. Inc. fef;P<lIm*r dnd Atex. H. Washbum) 1h* Star bufldlrw. 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope Ark. Notice SENT) ME YOUR NEW OR newal subscriptions for any magazine published. Charles Reynerson. City Hall. 1-lmch Wanted to Buy &lter«> os «OMid class matter ^t the vojtoffice at H< £ Art of Morth 3, — _, U,VI» unanci wi ,.'*• at H*P«, Arkansas, under the irth 3, 1897. -mewia Associated Press ins Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. lr SubJcrttlto* Bate (Always. Payable in s-AaVmc*): By city'carrier, per week 15c \Memosteod, Nevada, Howard, Miller ana Lof^tteeou.rtie*, $3.50 per YW else$«.50. 100 COUNTRY CURED HAMS. Highest price paid. Moore's City Market. Wonted iv .. r .M«nb*f 0«Th. AMB.tat.Kl i*« A&ociated Press Is exclusively entitled to ^ thTuse fof ^publication of all news d;s. Sxrtthes credited to ft or not otherwise -tfedited in this paper and also the local published herein. TWO PASSENGERS TO SHARE expenses on trip to San Diego. California. Leaving Thursday or Friday Sec Howard Lamb. 23-3tp National AdvertbtoS R B pres«Bt<it!ve— poltUs^.^ Memphis, jenn.. Avenue; , Ave.; Detroit, ..^ Oklahoma Citv. & Orleans. 722 Un New Ch •s, Ete.: Charges will be Clubs n < unsolicited mansenpts. _ _ Classified Ads'mtist be in office day before publication. \ AH Wont Ads cash in advance. The Union Grove Home Demonstration Club met March 19 at the Church. The meeting was called to order by the President. Mrs. Carl Evans. Six members and Uyo vistors were present. Song his- torv was read by Mrs. Porterfield, "The Son of God Goes Forth to War". Mrs. McKinnon made a talk on sport and work clothes, the care of work clothing, also making button holes and patching. Letter from the Club president was read by Mrs. Evans. Plans were made for the Council Meeting Tuesday 2,Vd. Everyone is invited to attend. Mrs. F. V. Porterfield. Reporter. Route 1. Blevins, Arkansas. ,11 n MIIV *-»u-« ..—~• - . Not token over the Phone. One trme—2c ward, minimum 30e Six times—Se word, minimum 75c Three tim«—3VjC word, minimum SOc One month—He word, mmmium 52.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only ' "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." For Sale LESPEDEZA grass hay. AND Also . ... D P & L. Stonewell 2-B, Rowden 41-A and Cookers long- staple. first year from breeder. See T. S McDavitt. VERY CHOICE HOLSTEIN DAIRY heifers S20 each. Non-related bull free with five head. Best of breeding. Homestead Farms, Route Two, McGraw, N. Y. 18-6tp Marlbrook Home Demonstration Club met Friday 19, 2 p. m. at Marlbrook Church. There were 6 members present. We sang "America" after which Mrs. Bailey, our clothing leader, discussed the many ways of helping to preserve our clothes—also ways of making over clothes most people would discard. I 1 We are looking forward to hav- \ ' | ing a grand time at our Council JOHNSON i Meeting which is to be held at cottonseed, { Union Grove March 23. Don't any of you club members forget. Come \ prepared to have a grand time.— ' And please remember our next club day. We would like to see a few more faces. Mrs. Lonnie Brooks, Reporter. Route 1, Blevins. 30-tf i ' 100'BUSHELS OF ROWDEN 41-A cotton seed. One year from breeder. Also 4 year old mule, 950 Ibs. West Brothers, Hope, Route- 3. Old 67 highway. 19-6tp SIX-ROOM HOUSE WITH GAR- den. Apply 912 East Third Street. 23-3tp For; Rent TWO OR THREE FURNISHED or unfurnished-apartments. Just outside city limits-with. city .lights and water, garden. Mrs. R. M. Bunkley, phone 38-F-12 19-6tp Pooling of Road Machinery Vetoed Little Rock, March 23 (/P) — Highway Director W. W. Mitchell reported today that the Highway Commission had vetoed aWar Production Board suggestion for pooling all rond machinery-and equipment in the state. j He said the group had taken the action oecause the highway department already is maintaining all strategic highways, war access roads and continuations of state THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS and bath. 1501 South Elm St. 23-3tp highways through cities and towns. Deaths Las* Night "2 ROOM FURNISHED APART- 'ment, also front bed room 203 E j from Ave. C. 2li " litp Icellor of McGill University By The Associated Press Montreal, March 24 —(IP) — Sir Edward Beatty, 65, president of the Canadian Pacific Railway Corn- to 1942 and chan- since c , THREE ROOM HOUSE. BATH j 1921 died lost night. He was a na- and electricity. Mile east on j two of Thorolcl, Ont. Highway 67, near overpass. See, - --• W H Bryant on Spring Hill Road I The expectation of life for a near Mellrose church. 23-3tpd cn ild born in England today is 13 child I THREE ROOM NICELY FUR- nished apartment. Close in.. Mrs. M ' E. Edgington. 505 South Wai-1 nut Phone 1040. 24-ltdhj years longer than that of born in 1901. THREE ROOM UNFURNISHED I apartment. Bath, h a r d w o o d j floors, built-in-features. Garage. 406 South Spruce. Mrs. J. E. Schooley, plone 38-F-ll. 24-3tch FIVE R O O M UNFURNISHED house on S. P. G. road. Gas and lights. Inside city limits. Mrs. J E. Schooley, phone 38-F-ll. 24-3tch Hold Everything FOUR ROOM HOUSE. THREE room apartment. Furnished or ; unfurnished, on highway 29, north of town. Mrs, J. E. Schooley, < phone 38-F-ll. 24-3tch , Wanted to Rent 3-IV COPS. 19+3 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. HEC. U. 9. PAT. CfF THHEE OR 4-ROOM FURNISHED apartment, with 2 bedrooms, good reference. Call Hope Star. 6 22-3tdhj y Lost YOUNG BLACK MULE, WEIGHT j, "I have, a sweet tooth-under 950- scar on right hind leg. Re-1 the circumstances you'd better ward B. F. Green, Rosston Rt. pull it! Pour. 22-3tpl : OUT OUR WAY By J. R, HE SAID HE'D US- WSOEE AS WE SOT BETTER AT THE -, FEEDIW& THE STOCK AMD OTTHER CHOKES— WD VJE'LL BE OO1M6 OUR PAJ3T IMTHE WAE AFTES SCHOOL. HOOES OH.VES.THEC.E \W\LV- BEOKlTHiS FACKA ,wrm vou A^D KAE.' IT KEEPS OME , BUSV KEEPIKJ'TVJO PATEIOTIC—ABOUTT EVEGTV UOAD OF HAV - HE CANS COME 'ROUW WITH FOLDERS, POSTERS AM'SPEECHES, AWD HIS GUITAK-- TH&K) WE'RE PATRI OTIC EKJOLXSH FOG Wednesday* A *KANsAS By Roy Crane Wash Tubbi ByGolbrolth SIDE GLANCES SEEM* TO THINK I'M MORE VALUABLE HERE IM EM6LANO FOR THE BEIW6 AVID THE SOONER VOUReALIiETHEAlft FORCE ISN'T TRANSFERRING MEW AROUNP 60 THEV CAN BE WITH SOME CuTlE.THEBETfER WHAT DID HE SAV, PEAR? HOMPHJI CAM R6At> YOUK MIND HOW'STHAT FOR A BROKEN LE6f I'LL TALK Td THE C0L0NEL RI6HTNOW Thimble Theater Don't Call My Momma Popeye Q SEE — I "SEE UDILL. <5OMGOM6 T6LLMB_ IT POP6Ve<6 I <5E6—AVISIOKJ PIPE DOUJN? e. INC. T.'M. REC. u. s. PAT, off By Walt Disney "Oh, George, you needn't carry on so-because I trumped vour old ace—suppose you were in Africa bcm» bombed all tbe time!" Slim Pickings! Donald Duck FUNNY BUSINESS A GOOD IDEA, BOVS, THAT'LL KEEP THE DOS OUT OF By Chic Young Never Grow a Mustache! "He insists on getting his music practice every day at 3 n. m., regardless of where he is!" By William Ferguson THIS CURIOUS WORLD By Edgar Martin That Guy Again Boors and Her Buddies A SINGLE STALK. OF 1 CORN ' WILL LIFT ABOUT By Fred Harmon Answer That One THEN DO THEY COV-SofF TV?ACK.S EVERT OUST TO KEEPUI-N RIGHT V)HY,OF . COURSE- THAT'S THE. LRO*D?S TIME T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. COPB. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. PAPER PRINT LANGUAGE ON,RED .RYDER ? T/\e>LE,lTL. 6EANE.R-' VT SHOVES VIHAT TE.RRVTORT VOE.GO THROUGH ELEPHANTS ARE CLEVER. ENOUGH TO BREAK OFF TREE BRANCHES AND U5E THEM TO 5CRATCH RARTS OF THE ANATOMY OTHERWISE OUT OF REACH. At Your Own Risk STATIONERY MAIL STATIONARY BUT THERE'S NOTHINO SUPERNATURAL ABOUT THE MOOM'S COLOR... TS REP BECAUSE OF SMOKE AMD DUST I TH5 ATMOSPHERE BECAUSE VOU ABOUT TO LAUNCH ON AN ILL-ADVISEP VENTURE AT A TIME WHEN SENSIBLE FOLK SIT TIGHT.' TH' MOON"? BAH; IT LOOKS REP TO ME , IT'S JD TO EVERYONE ELSE, SO WHY SHOULD THAT AFFECT SO ESPECIALLY? fW-^ %,?f* W> (irasshouners for pets. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople ESAD.'VJHATDOES IT SAN ABOUT IF THE 60\L TOO SOURCE MI&H.T REAP A \)ER>j« RESPECTABLE CROP OF MOSCATEL/ MUCH VOE OUSKT/X <oTAKC VJICTOE.S COB-M FOR. ACCOUNT t GOT LOOKIM COCKTAIL HOUR. The Funny Farmer Freckles and His Friends AND HOW/ MAVENT YOU EVER. HEARD OF THE GRAPES OF -, WRATH? WHY DON'T YOU PLANT SOME OF YOUSJ JOKES, LARD, AND SPECIALIZE IN ' r IF 1 HAD EXPERT ADVICE, I'D PUT GRAPES / I/ DOES WISH MR. WRATH LIVED J HAVE HERE IN f A TOWN I ( VINEYARD? &UT I DOMT ANY- THIN© ABOUT FARMING/ IS YOUF< SECTION OF fjBOUSJD, SO GET IT READV KOR. PLAMTIMQ/

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