Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 1, 1943 · Page 4
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rar« MOPE STAR, H 6.P i, A K X A H 5 A 3 Hope Star •«?*«* « H*#t, 18, 1929. . avttfy week-day afternoon bf Stti? PuoliifwrtQ Co* inc* Palmer end Atex. H. Woshbum) lor building. 2I2-2M South Walnut street, Hope Ark. , C. t. PALMSR, P«»lo«nt AttX. H. WASHBURN, EJHor and Publisher 'i !; "tWered os second class matter at the :p«»0ffiee at Hope, Arkansas, under the t Art of March 3. 1897. -(AP)—Meons Associated Press Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. ' Subscription Rate (Always Payable in A«vanc«): By city carrier, per week t5c; Hempsteod, Nevada, Howard, Miller ana Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; else' where 56.50. Member ol The Associated Pre»: The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited 'to rt or not otherwise credited In this < paper and also the loco news published herein. Notional .Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dollies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn Sterick Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avenue;'New York City, 292 Madison Ave.; 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, cards of thanks, reso " lutions. or memorials, concerning the de carted. Commercial newspapers hold to th| . policy in the news columns to protect thei readers from a deluge of space-takmgi me mortals. The Star disclaims responsible for the safe-keeping or leturn of an , unsolicited manscripts. Lost "iGHT BAY HORSE. DARK TAIL and mane. Coming two years old. Heavy built and weight about 500 Ibs. Notify D. Austin, Saratoga, Arkansas. S10 reward. ' 31-6tpd HAMPSHIRE GILT HOG. AGE 6 months. Wt. 125 pounds. White belt behind shoulders. Liberal Reward. Railway E x p r e s s Agency, Hope, or see Tom Evans". t-6tch SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith Wanted to Buy rROW PICKLES (CUCUMBERS for processing) will be received, sorted and paid tor at Hope and | Fulton. Get contract and seed from White & Co. at Hope or Fulton. See your county agent or \V. H. Allison. V. A. Teacher at Pntmos, or James Harris, V. A. Teacher in Hope, or write Standard Brnnds Incorporated, 112 South Lelia St. Texarkana. Ark- Tex. 29-lwkp CUT-OVER OR ..CHEAP LAND. StatQ price and location. Boswell & May, Bodcaw, Ark 29-lmp YOUTH BED. MRS. YEAGER. 118 West Ave. D. Phone IHG-J. 31-3tpd I Classified ,-Ads.must be In office day befpre •publication. All Want Ads cash in advance. Not token over the Phone. One time—2c word, minimum 30c Six times—^5e word, minimum 75c Three times—31/jcword, minimum SOc One month—18c word, minmium 52.70 i Rates are for continuous insertions only "THE -MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." For Sale LESPEDEZA AND JOHNSON grass hay. Also cottonseed, D P & L, Stonewell 2-B, Rowden 41-A and Cookers long staple. v first year .from breeder. See T. S. McTJavitt. 30-tf MEN'S AND BOYS' SPRING SUITS ] pants and shoes. Ladies" and' children's spring dresses and low heel shoes. Bedspreads and sheets. R. M. Patterson, East Second St. 31-tf Wanted to Rent THREE OR 4-ROOM FURNISHED apartment, with 2 bedrooms, good reference. Call Hope Star. 22-3tdh FIVE OR SIX ROOM HOUSE. UN- furnished. Call 768. 1-tf COPR. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. EEC. 0. 9. PAT. OFF. "Well, yesterday was the iirst sunny spring day we've had —nature looked swell—-and yoxi know what a great outdoors man I am!" FUNNY BUSINESS Wash Tubbs SIX ROOM HOUSE WITH GAR- den. Apply 912 East Third Street. 23-3tp A COMPLETE DINING ROOM suite. Also well made dog house. Phone 177. 31-3tpd Today in Congress By. The Associated Pi-ess j Senate j In recess until Friday. i Agriculture committee inquires 1 into curtailment of Guayule rubber j program, I Banking committee continues | study of Civilian Supply bill. Small business subcommittee hears witnesses on mining and minerals program. House ! Debates War Department Civil Functions Supply bill. Military committee hears steel industry spokesmen on labor bills. Naval committee inquires into war contractors' profits. SIMMONS BABY BED. PERFECT condition. 116 W. Ave. D. 31-3tpd For Rent FOUR ROOM HOUSE. 5 ACRES, plenty water and shade. Just out of town, off old Fulton highway. Apply Mrs. W. A. Price.' 30-3tp THREE ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. Bath, hardwood News Story Begins At Home Nyack, N. Y. W)—Actress Helen Hayes, as chairman of Nyack's Red Cross War Fund drive, suggested a local newspaper story describing how the Red Cross keeps people in touch with relatives in enemy or occupied countries. One letter in the Red Cross files a Nyack reporter discovered, had apartment. odt.ii, ite»i^*»»uwM. n .....«*,.. -~ t floors, built-in-features. Garage, been undelvered. Written in Berlin * 406 South Spruce. Mrs. J. E. | last October, it bore the address ' Schooley, phone 38-F-ll. 30-3tc("North Broadway, Nyack, N. Y.," . . • I but the name was undecipherable. FIVE R-OOM UNFURNISHED So the reporter h a d the letter trans- house on S. -P. G. road. Gas and ]ated and it appeared in The Nyack lights. Inside city limits. Mrs. j ourna l-News. J. E. Schooley, phone 38-F-ll. j N ex t day the addressee came in 30-3-tc | to claim the letter. She was Helen BEDROOM, LARGE CLOSET. PRI- Ha y es ' cook vate half bath. Kitchen shared. Three blocks from town. 116 W. Ave. D. 31-3tp Natives on the eastern bulge of Brazil have light hair and blue eyes —a heritage from Dutchmen who TWO-ROOM FURNISHED APART- seized that section in the 17th cen- ment. New furniture. Inner-1 tury. spring mattress. Utilities paid. Prefer couple Mrs. Frank Hutchens, 712 E. Div. St. 31-3tp THREE -UNFURNISHED ROOMS with small garden. 406 S. Fulton St. Phone 168-J. 31-3tp CLOSE-IN. ONE-HALF MODERN furnished duplex. 2 beds with beauty rest mattress. Continuous hot water. Private entrances. Util' ities paid. See Tom Carrel. 31-tf I CLOSE IN. MODERN DUPLEX. North apartment furnished. South apartment unfurnished. Automatic hot water heater. Private entrances. See Tom Carrel. 1-tf JDESIRABLE FRONT BEDROOM. For one or two girls. 521 West 4th St. Phone 823-W after 5:30 p. m. 1-6'p Hold Everything Personal WILL THE YOUNG LADY WHO called 132 fo;- a furnished bedroom please call the Hope Star immediately? l-3tpd "My! My! I didn't know they were drafting men as old as you!" OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams 1 WONDERED WHY THIS ONE , WOULDN'T MOVE f WHEM I CHARGED HtM— BUT WHV , WOULD THEV HAWS \THE HIDE ON THE k FENCE INSTEAD "• HIDING. IT? / I DONJ'T KNOW . WES, /BUT SINCE THIS HEEE , BLACK. MARKET BUSINESS) WE'LL HAVE TO GO TO ' LOOKIN' UNDER ALL THEIR. HIDES TO S£E IF THERE'S Lff'fc} ANY MEAT IN ' """ •^-fFTij- .-••> I'sv-rv N f. T\ .» v > * .'r$- ^vv_ ^ ^%;\ •; '/ r .^-:< /— ^:*$mm& , o o fcam^DM*^™-^^**—**!^^^™*™"^"""™™!"""^^^^^^^^^^^^^™—' ' ' '\Vc put the gloves on .his 1'eel—he's on tiis back most, oi' the time!" THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson pfCT^ j.v^\x* '••'"' /A 3 '.^»>«-/: x% POUSAAA FAMILY; 1423 SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET, DENVER, COljORADO, REJOICED LAST AUTUMN OVER. -A BUMPER HARVEST OF WALNUTS'. SQUIRRELS USUALLY BEAT THEM TO THE JOB. BUT WHEN THE NUT5 WERE OPENED /VO7" OAX-f V/AS GOO/3/ ...YET HUMANS CLASSIFY S*G?UIRRELS AS i OVMBAMMAiS, Chins Up, Girls ?H Thursday, April _1_, 194 By Roy Crane I mESTROYERSAMOCORUETTES ARE i-D LJ 6U5y PROPPING PEPTH CKAR6ES. Popeye 'Mourning Becomes "Momma!'!" M6 MOMMA OR.TA BE ^ HERBSOOM 3UT MUSTA R6ACKED HBR-'ATUUA'S'A SU3ELLIDEAR: VUI/K BEAM ^ i ^^.\^i^^^^ \ ii ARITHMETIC Donald Duck An April Fool! HOT By Walt Disney Blondie It's the Kangaroo in Him! By Chic Young DAGWOOP, VDU MAVE JUSTTt-REE MINUTES TO CATCH VOUR BUS ! .'!!)>— ~~*k\\>. i,,, .._ ' J 1 ' ''I V [VEGCTTANEW HURRV1 .,_> SHORT-CUT-I 1 CAN SET TO THE v . „ >—l BUS-STOP ^- d JV JUS- IN ONE- MINUTE- Ccpr l»n. Ki*| FMIUHI S)n-kilt. In.. PASWOOR COME BACK HERE WITH MV CLOTHES-POLE/ Boots and Her Buddies NOW ! By Edgar Martin M. E. SHOEMAKER IS SUPT. OF A SHOE FACTORY IN OVER., TENNESSEE. DR. CHARLES FOOTLICK IS A CHIROPODIST IN NEWPORT} KENTUCKY. /»#S. t£0 G000W//V. tOPR. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. A .t T. M. REQ. U. S. PAT. OFF. ** • _ _ ANSWER: Polaris, the north star; Castor and Pollux, the heavenly twins; Sirius, the brightest star, etc. OF ALL THE STARS IN THE HEAVENS, CAN YOU 4C~ NAME JUST THREE. WT Red Ryder Evil Eye By Fred Harmon THM'S ENOUGH LovE CHATTER FOR tOOVO,KIDS.' VMHERE'S TH'CHIE-F—RE^ET^BER- 1 COME FOR A POVJ-ViOS-0 " Alley Oop S^ Oh, Yeah? By V. T. Hamlin OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople 4IXT UMOILUTEO &> -USlc-XPlNiS ALL DOMESTIC ANlD ( r? FOR. SOURTFERRVBOM - - ' REIAOX/E AW, UET GO OP'THE - ., PUFP UP L\KE A PEhi60INl, 'GTIO OF, - tAOLLERIlsi' COPPER- 'T MOBODY 7ELL ME 1 CAW' »*<tff HAVE STEAK/ ME., WITH AM1LL1OW W, sl 'A BUCK.S...1HERE AIW'T MOTHIW 1 1 HAVE.' NO SIR, WAR. OK ' '" ~' NAEA7 I'M GONJMA HAVE MEAT.' WELL, WELL, IF IT ISM'T MISTER, ) I WANT A OOP HIMSELF/ HOW ARE VOL), SON / MICE BIG ...AsND WHAT CAM I DO FOR VOL) x\THlCK JUIC^ THIS FINE SPRING) ' MORNING? Freckles and His Friends Repaid in Full "x •4 j By Merrill Blosser Cl ' WHO IS THAT H HE LIVED HERE ABOUT , ..- , T _ OLD BUSLE-- I FIVE YEARS AGO AMD /OVER LARD'S / 1 BET ' i MUSTA JUST JX WHOLE /HED HEAT O^E BACK/ ^Ug^U^g^ - AS A MATTER OF FACT, HE | I WHAT DID YOUR DAD J_^BE MR- WLED ME THAT WAY ] | DO ABOUT IT? y SCUTTLE WHEN I WAS .' SEE

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