Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 17, 1943 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, May 17, 1943
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WEN'S'AND feOYS' SPRING SUITS pahts and shoes. Ladles' and children's Spring dresses and low heel shoes. Bedspreads and sheets. R. M. Patterson, East Second St. 31-tf ' 6n**rtd as Urtnd etas* rtidmr at the pMtafffcft-af Hope, Arttonsoi, under th» Ac? « Worth 3, 1897. '4 (API—Mean* Associated Press , ^ (NEA>_i.M«<xis Newspaper Enterprise Au'n. fc**e (Always Payable In By «Ht» torrter, p«f w*ek I5«; » Hetntmead, N*»oda,,Ho«iofd, Miller afta 1 Lafayette counties, J3.50 per year; ebe- wh«r* $6.50. e* Yfce Aa««M*4 Pretti Tht Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the us* for rcpublkatlon of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local hews published herein. NattoiMl *epreee«»«hre— Afkansat D«lll««, ,l«.: M«rnqht», Term, Steritk Buildlna; Chledflo, 400 North Michigan Avenue; New York City, 292 Modiaon Jwe; Detroit, Mich, 2842 W. Gtflhd Blvd., Oktohonia CI»Y, 4U Terminal IBdo; New Orleans, 722, Union St.. Charges en Tribute*, ttc.: Charges will be niade for all tributes, cafds of thanks, resolution.^ or memorials, concernirtj the de- carted. Commercial newspapers hold to th s policy In «h* news columns to Protect thelf readers from a dttust* of space-taking me- mor-als. The Stor disclaims responsibility fot the safe-keeping or leturn ol any unsolicited monscripts. Classified -Ada must be,In office day before publication. AH Wont Ads cash In advance. Mot takeri over the Phone. One time—2c wort, minimum lOc Six tiMes—3c' ward, minimum 7Sc Three thne»—JV4« were", minimum »c One month—Ikweri, mlnmlum $2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." For Sal* Wanted to Buy I- MMEDIAf ELY. ELECTRIC IRON in good condition. Phone 768. 12-tf Lost BROWN. HORSE AND RED SAD- dle at Blevins, May 7. Branded M. H. on left hip and 20 on left front shoulder. If found please notify Jewell Bruce/or Harold Campbell, Hope, Rt 3. 12-6tp UGMA NU FRATERNITY PIN between City Hall and Methodist church Sunday. Liberal reward for return to Hope Star. 14-3tpd Notice SEND ME YOUR NEW OR RE- newal subscriptions for any magazine published. Charles Reynerson. City Hall. 1-lmcli NO HUNTING FOR THE BEST place to sell cream. Try Thompson's Cream Market. Top prices. 10 years in Hope. J. T. Thompson Bartons Store 14-3tpd Personal SEED PEANUTS. GET CERTIFI- cate from A. A. A. office and buy them for 6&c per pound. Pedigreed Stoneville and Rowden 41A cotton ;seed. Dortch's 340 hybridVseed corn $7.50 bu. Rutgers; tomato plants, also garden and field seeds. E. M. McWilliams Se«d Store. 24-lmch MOTHERS LOOK: SAND BOXES for. the children, delivered complete with-clean washed sand. •Hempstead County Lbr. Co. Phone 89. 3tf EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR OUTSTANDING WOMEN Long established firm of Personalized Merchandising & Advertising has openings in HOPE and TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS far resident woman of refinement and education who can furnish excellent social arid .business refCT-- ences. Work dignified, interesting and semi-civic in nature, entails sales and service and affords opportunity to contribute to war effort. Also very remunerative. \ Bonus and percentage basis. Car most helpful but not definitely essential if other means of transportation available in 'your city. -Also openings for Bookkeepers in Memphis, and women with same excellent references for traveling position in sales and selection of personnel. Salary basis. Apply by letter giving age, qualifications, past business experience, recent photograph (not returnable) to The Welcome Wagon Service Company, 2509 Sterick Building, Memphis, Tennessee.- 15-3tc WHIPPOOR-WILL PEAS, $3.50 per bushel . Stroud & Co Washington, Arkansas. 12-12tch FRESH-COUNTRY,BUTTER. 45c per pound. MuWlebrooks Grocery H-3tpd GIRLS BICYCLE. PRACTICALLY new, Call 412 ' 14-3tpd MAN'S FULL-SIZE B I C Y C L E. Hea.vy basket. In excellent condition. Phone 32 or 596-J. 15-3tp Deaths Last Night New York, May 17 (#).— Dr. James' Ewing, 76, noted pathologist, who received many honors for his work in the field of.cancer, and for 33 years professor of pathology at Cornell University, . died last night. He was a native of Pittsburgh. Help Wonted WHITE HOUSEKEEPER TO LI V E with couple. Apply personally -tl8 New.Canaan, Conn., May 17—WP) —Francesco Quattrone, 68, became an. American -citizen mediately after his retirement as Italian High Commissioner .to the United States, died last night. W.'2nd, Phone 241-J. 15-.Up Wonted CLEAN RAGS. NO WOOL OR :silk.•; Bring to Hope Star. 8-tf FURNISHED HOUSE OR APART- 'imenf in Hope, Must have an electric refrigerator, private bath, at least 3 rooms. Write Joe Perry, c/o Barnsdall Oil Co. Patnjos, Arkansas. - ll-6tpd .Chicago, May 17 (/?}.— Harry Arthur Henderson, C5, assistant superintendent of the Carnegie - Illinois Steel Company and an em- ploye of the company, 50 years, died last night. <• e • There.are nine government-owned herds of buffalo in the United States. • e • The Douglas fir, largest tree in Canada, often reaches of 300 feet. For Rent Hold Everything TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- "meht. South side of house adjoining bath. Would rent to working • girls.'Bills paid.. 622 South Fulton St. Phone 391 14-3tpd CLOSE IN. MODERN DUPLEX. North side furnished and south side unfijrpished. Paper hangers and painter just finished re- decoratirjg both sides. See Tom Carrel' 14-3tch FOUR-ROOM NEWLY FUR- rushed gatage apartment. Automatic water heater, Fngidaire, and jnterspring mattresses. 410 West 6th St. Call 755-W. 17-3tp Epf.cmSNISH Wonted to Rent THREE OR FOUR ROOM UN- furnished apartment. Conveniently located. Duplex preferred. Phpjie 768 before 1 p. m. Saturday. . . " * . }2-3tdh ovenwne roust fee affecting my mlnd-^there's th*t lucination OUT OUR WAY Monday, Moy 1.7,_VMS By Roy Crane HOPE S T A R, H6 p I, Aft K A N S A 3 SIDE GLANCES Wash tubbs By Galbraith PROPELLER SOUNDS WO LOKI6ER HEARD, DESTROYER! •BOAT... POSITIVE THE WE ATTACKED TOO SADLY fAUFFLED EXPLOSIONS OCCW FAR WIDER WATSfi MWUTE6 PASS,, THEN Oil BUBBLES Thimble Theater POPEH6 THINKS I CAKi'T FIMO A, f I'LL VOTH.E PARK. «3HOUl-D BE ALL ME "SWEETIE THIMK-S ABOUT 6STTIM 1 MARRIED/ CPU 1»43 «Y NC* StRVICE, INC T M BEG. U S PAT OFF ''Well, there's one good thing about this rationing business—it takes your mind off the war!" By Walt Disney No Grass Grows Under His Feet! Donald Duck FUNNY BUSINESS SPORTING GOODS A Lot For The Money! By Chic Young I'M JUST PVlWS TO SEE WHAT KIWP OP A HAT A MAW WOULD PICK OUT FOR HIS Y^ M GONG TO &uy you CHOOSE SUCM ONJES PEAR MAT THIS TIME "Can I help it if I'm lucky at bingo?" THIS CURIOUS WORLD By Wiliam Ferguson s- -—- /> ^_ Boots and Her Buddies By Edgar Martin ORANGUTANS AND CHIMPANZEES CAN BE WEN, GET r\ U.«b. ^ C3? VVKO^O'b Of By Fred Harmon When Thieves Fqll Out E HEIGHTEN CAKES WITH SHORTENING NAHUM DICKER^ RUBBER PRODUCING YOU CHEAT / DOUDLE-CROS5-UM CHIEF FOR. YOU/ M7 15 NOT A RECENT DISCOVERY/ IT WAS IDENTIFIED , BY DR.BIGELOW, NEAR E5CONDIDO, TEXAS, AND IS A RELATIVE OF By V. T. Hamlin — Far. Far Away I'M 60ES.V, BUT VOU'UE WELL, \ TOO LATE GET'EM }...l C^N'T BACK... / DO AND ] UNTIL CXJICKV THE'V'EE y BEADV COME. BACK.' THEYVE JUST BEEN 6HO IN TIME 60ME TVJOTHOU6AND The luckv nolar bear father. G. OSCA.B BOOM, ESCAPED CONVICTJ HAS JU5T FAST- TAL.KED DOCTOR TO THOSE TWO MEN WHO JU6T VANISHED FOC6IOLV...I HOPE THEY MADE IT/ ' OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople E6AD, NOTACRIMSOM TOUPEE/ NOD <=>OME MEI6H6ORHOOD DOG, W=TER NOD BALD AS A CROQUET «BALL, BITE I ALVJAVS LIKED IMDIAM FEATHERS ITSELF, POP.' BUT ^OUR COTIE ISAM DECORATOR, SO SHE'D 6OFOR WALL9> WITHOUT DRAPES/ WHPsT'S REACTION TO MM AUBURN I Rep SV<yUL- FUftTO KEEP ME WARM IN SOU THINK MISS \NOUUD PREFER Tt4(S OME 1 WONMUG INTO SENDING HIM OUT OF THE 2O TH CENTUC.V ON KN OF KT IMPOCTA.NCE FOR PAU--BEAR1MG By Merrill Blosser Freckles and His Friends Psychic Solution SHALL I PUT THESE BACK WHERE I FOUND HOSE OOKIFOUNDED KIDS/ DONT WASTE" VOUE OUT ANV OF HEIR. SUGGESTIONS.' THE POLICE WILL BE? MAO AT US FOP- PRINTlNG THAT/ WRJTEr- BELIEVES THAT THE VEILED LADY CARRIED A PAIR OF MEM'S SHOES WITH VVHICH TO MAKE FCOTPRIMTS To DECEIVE POLICE INTO THINKING SHE HAD AN ACCOMPLICE. —IF THEY SEARCH HER. ROOMS, THEY MIGHT EVEN FIND A SIZE -i4 -i PAIR. • T'6 ARTIFICIAL. VICTORS By J, R, Williams

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