Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 25, 1943 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 25, 1943
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lint HOPE STAR, ff©?i, pe Star ,-, Mop*, , _ £__j_ef*MWdt«d January 18,1929. isWng C&, Inc. j Atex H WoshburAJ tar bulWlrta. 212-2U South Walnut sfrft*t. H6p« Ark. . SEND ME YOUR NEW newal subscriptions magazine published. Reynersoh. City Hall. C. I. PALMER, Preslavnt WASHBURN, tdltof and as second class matter at the ot Hope, Arkansas, urtdet the 6* March 3, 1897. eans Associated Press Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. - jUlerlptlon Rote (Always Payable In Ad»<Sr1e«): By city ctirriw, per week 1S<S; H«rn&*tead, Nevada, Howard, Miller ana Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; else' - $6.50. , Mtatwt of Th« As-eclated Preii: The |A»so*fcted Press is exclusively entitled to Ith« ttse for republicatlofi of all news dts- -Sfcotefifa credited to ft or not otherwise •>Stfedited In this paper ° nd olso the |OCQ i*>'rtwr» published herein. Advertising Repr«entat!v< >«nmiMS Dames, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., iStefieK Building; Chicago, 400 North; Mich- Haan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison ,\Ave.{ Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd., V. 'Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal IBdd.; New <., Orleans. 722 Union St.j « . Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charges will be > 'mode for all tributes, cards of thanks, reso- »', hjtions, er memorials, concerning the de< 'carted. Commercial newspapers hold to this "policy In the news columns to Protect their "•'reodWs from a deluge of space-taking me 'mortals. The Star disclaims responsibility "mortals. — — •ifor the safe-keeping or -unsolicited manscripts. leturn of any Classified •v Ad* must be In office day before publication. All Want Ads cash in advance. Not taken;over the Phone. -Oft* time—2e""werd, minimum 30e *i.jj« times—Se word, minimum 75c ""*"> Tfcfee times—3Vie word, minimum 50e £iOj* month—18e word, mlnmlum SJ.70 *; Rates are for continuous insertions' only JST&fe MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER & 1' YOU SELL." _ Notice OR RE- for any Charles 1-lmch Wanted to Buy SIDE GLANCIS 100 COUNTRY CURED HAMS. Highest price paid. Moore's City i Market. 2-tf ELECTRIC REFRIGER A T O R. Must be in good'condition. Ciill 27-W-22. 25-6tpd Wanted TWO PASSENGERS TO SHARE expenses on trip to San Diego. California. Leaving Thursday or Friday. See Howard Lamb. 23-3tp Wanted to Rent THREE OR 4-ROOM FURNISHED apartment, with 2 bedrooms, good reference. Call Hope Star. 22-3tdh Lost YOUNG BLACK MULE, WEIGHT 950, scar on right hind leg. Reward. B. F. Green, Rosston Rt. Four. 22-3tp RED HORSE, WEIGHING 1250 pounds. 7 years old. Last seen north of Emmet. Jim White, route 2, Emmet, Ark. 25-6tp Washington By JACK STINNETT Wide World Features Writer the not For Sale I^ESPEDEZA -grass hay. AN D Also Washington — • According to lumber industry, no termites even the white ants of Australia, one colony of which can take a two- room house apart overnight —are i _^- j as voracious for wood as the Army, ' { Navy and War Production Board. | The lumberman quote the Army j : j in saying that in actual tonnage, JOHNSON i food is the only product in greater cottonseed, D P & L, Stonewell 2-B, Rowden 4A-A and Cookers long staple, first year from breeder. See T. S. McDavitt. 30-tf 100 BUSHELS OF ROWDEN 41-A "cotton seed. One year from breeder. Also 4 year old mule, S50 Ibs. West Brothers, Hope, Route 3. Old 67 highway. 19-6tp SIX ROOM HOUSE WITH GAR- den. Apply 912 EastThird Street. 23-3tp •36 COWS, 7 CALVES, AND 2 HEIF- "' erk See W. T. Dillard and Sons, 'ISaratoga, Ark. " 25-6tp 39-MODEL CHEVROLET COUPE '/"Good tires. Clean in every way ''" gibject to any mechanic inspec . Call 27-W-22. 25-6tpd demand than wood. This year's call on the industry is 120,000,000 tons, while the peak estimates of wartime needs for steel run in the neighborhood of 100,000,000 tons. Where does it all go? When we were only preparing for war, lumber was needed for barracks, mess-halls, hospitals, and housing. Other vast quantities were demanded for scaffolds on the ship ways. Wood is also one of the chief materials in our now-famous PT boats, in mine trawlers, patrol boats, barges, and training planes. One of Britain's well-known bombers, the "Mosquito," is made mostly of wood. Aside from this, much of our domestic and foreign shipping of war suppleis moves in wooden crates I and boxes. , 110 N. Washington. * .door" west. 25-3tp The principal ''ingredient of nt-v tro-cellulose explosives is cellulose, For Rent American trees. It's used in "block-buster" bombs, in depth charges, and even in small arms ammunition. The list of other war OR THREE'FURNISHED j uses for wood is almost endless t v»,«.j onoi-tmnnto Tn<:t Lumberman say, however, that ^_Hff!^^Mi'sss±s^^TS.r T>" 11 i. f, oo n 1 10 10 R+T^ t tic back tnem up. T *BunKleV onone oo-r *i^ iy-uip * . , . "" "' , v . . ! Forest industry representaives -THREE UNFURNISHED .ROOMS'here give you these figures: In 1941 and bath. 1501 South Elm St. 23-3tp 2 ROOM FURNISHED APART• ment, also front bed room. 203 E. Ave. C. (anticipating defense needs) jumped production from 29 billion board feet to 35.7 billions. In 1942, the output dropped to 34 billion. The decline they lay to losses in r <• THREE ROOM ,and electricity. Mile east on Highway 67, near overpass. See W. H. Bryant on Spring Hill Road near Mellrose church. 23-3tpd 23-3tpd j manpower, shortages in equipment HOUSE BATH | and unfavorable weather THREE ROOM NICELY FUR nished apartment. Close in. Mrs. M. E. Edgington. 505 South Walnut. Phone 1040. 24-ltdh Hold Everything THREE ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. Bath, hardwood floors, built-in-features. Garage. 406 South Spruce, Mrs. J. E. Schooley, plone 38-F-ll. 24-3tch FIVE ROOM UNFURNISHED „• house on S. P. G. road. Gas and ™ lights. Inside city limits. Mrs. J. E. Schooley, phone 38-F-ll. 24-3tch FOUH ROOM HOUSE. THREE room apartment. Furnished or unfurnished, on highway 29, north of town. Mrs. J. E. Schooley, j ' phone 38-F-ll. 24-3tch THREE ROOM MODERN FUR' nished apartment. South ex- posure. Good shades. J. H. Bennett. - See Tom Beltz, 110 N. Washington. One house west. 25-3tp "Auxiliary Smith couldn't come —she didn't have anything to OUT OUR WAY By J. R.Willioms GET THEM \l VUH'P BE FAIR, CLOSE T06ETHER., \ WES,IFYUH ADDED STIFFV" I WANT \ A CAPTION: "THIS TO SHOW THE I OLD COW RUSTLED VAST IMPROVEMENT/HER OWM LIVIM' IN CATTLE IN A /ALL HER LIFE, AN' FEW VEARS/f THIS'N WOULDN'T __ \=r:—-—^SXUVE THEOUSHONE Ti^"-..?5^__ J^S^s?-^ TOUSH WINTER f^> NJO, 'TAINJT FAIfS, THIS COMPABIN 1 - THEV DIG A HOLE UMDER THE OL' ONES TO SHOW THEV WAS ALL. LAISS AN NO MEAT- AN' THEM OTHERS THEY STAND IN ATOM O 1 HAV TO SHOW THEV'RE ALL MEAT AN' , . NO LAI6S/J /^J ivTvniLv*-o v • a * I?. S^TLT" ^U^ r^v *d r— ; ()•'.' 6* WJf#* TO THE OLD GIRL AfcK AN SAO By Roy Crane By Galbraith And Thumbs Up Wash Tubbs ITS NICE TO THINK THfeftg ARE THIM6S THAT CAN HAPPEN), 1...1WASW0N6WNG SOLtJIEf? 61RU600PSYB AS 60E* OFF TO WAR WHILE HC STAYS BEHIND I'M AFRAID I'LL CHOKE UP AMD Thimble Theater ! -THE SEA fA6 the Minnow!' QUO CAM I CONCENTRATE. <WENJH6RE ER'LL HAFTA-STEP Ol)TSID6 COPR. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEG. ". S. PAT. OFF. "Goodness sake! According to this map","we arc only that much bombing distance from Japan 1" By Walt Disney Waddya Mean Turn the Other Cheek? Donald Duck FUNNY BUSINESS HEV/ STOP THAT "ITS BETTER/ -GIVE THA,N- By Chic Young She's Got His Number! BLONPIE, IT'S FOR YOU "it's i\ sai'cty foot rest—he HJIVC Junior a toy carpenter set for his birthday!" THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson Careful, Boots! Boots and Her Buddies THE CUSTOM I ECONOMICAL SOLUTION By Fred Harmon Something He Doesn't Have .' WE PASS THROUGH THE r^AVA-SO COUMTR.Y/ HERE'^ A PICTURE of OGA^ LIKE' THE ONE TOU USED TO LIVE IS).' SUE, BUT I'LL BE. GIAD TO GET BACK TO PAINTED VA-LE1' R^"' DUCHESS AND KT HO^E PEPPER, IN ANCIENT TIMES, SOLD FOR. ITS AND ONfY THE WEALTHIEST NOBIUTY COUUD AFFORD ITS USE. HOW MANY SIGHTS DOES A DOUBLE-BARREL. Q By V. T. Hamlirt What a Prophet! 5HOTGUN HAVE WHEU I SAID THEY'D VAK^SH, I WAS JUST BE1M' FUWMV... X KiEVER THEV'DO IT/ VEH.I KMOW... 2E (3OIK VAM1&H ANSWER: Just one, a front sight, between the two barrels. . JJEXT: The dark of Jfehe moon,., SO VOL) FORETELL TROUBLE. FOR US, EHfOKAV, WKEB.. MOW WE'LL. SHOW VOL) OtOE THAT'LL CURL VOUB WHISKEteS.' OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople HE KtsiOW THAT? . Cf^KE.' I'D SO FETCH A. FOOT-RULE AND PROVE MSJ \<b CLOSER.TO THe LOOK MOW, GOT BUT TVAB EMEOM UP ANOTHER. SPOONl- FUL- O 1 TVAfcCT A ew COUL-D <SE=e 15 AvPULU TENiTU By Merrill Blosser Must Be Something Freckles and His Friends THATS NOT THE WAY TO PLANT . BEETS/ SAW A GUY SCATTERINGr L PREFER. NORTH AND SOUTH TO SIV/E THE SEEDS AN EQUAL- AWOUWT OF SUN J i'fA PLANTIH0- FAST AMD WEST TO TAKE" pVANTAGe OF PRAIMAGe, JUrJE /— i READ THAT IN A BOOK / tei^y WELL,THEN WHAT ' IT THE WAY TO PLANT? S5EOS THIS WAY IN COPR. 1M» BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. 8. PAT. OFF.

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