Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 18, 1943 · Page 2
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MOPE S T A R MOMI , Hope Star St» of_!!<*•» -,W9i t?*?^?' Star PtibllshfngTfo. lneT <f. (C. E. pSSU cmd A&t. H. WashbjJfn) [ , of th* Star bulldino. 212-214 South Walnu^ street. Hop* Arh. ft I *AkMiil», I*»ste.nt ALIX. H.-WASH»U«N, Editor ami fnHlilw Wanted to Buy MEN'S ANti 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 Lost , Entered as second class matter at ifw Posrofflee at Hope, Arkansas, under trw 'i Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means A*soclated Press ( (NEA>—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass n. J.bttrtp»ion Mate tAtwoyi Poyoble In AdVa^e™ By crtyjrorrier, per week IK; Hemosteact^ Nevada, Howard, Miller ana Llfo?e««%)untie* r $3.50 pee *«or; else *here J4.50. ._ Member of The A«««tated Pres.-. The Associated Press is w'«" v . e| V |1e " t '"? adi ' 0 the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise Credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. . 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 SIGMA NU FRATERNITY PIN between City Hall and Methodist church Sunday. Liberal reward for return to Hope Star. 18-2tpd SlPiiiLANCES National A*»trtjjlng Oklahoma Citv, 414 Te Orleans. 722 Union St.. New Charaes »n Tribirtw, Ke.t Charges will be mode & a" tributes, cords of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the de, carted: Commercial "««P a P ersnh ° l f l ,, tot fi J SMALL BLACK DOG. WHITE ring on neck and feet. Left hind leg broken. Reward for return to Bill Briant. Phone 463 or 748. l8-6tpd Persona! rr. The Star tor the safe-Seeping or .eturn unsolicited manscripts of any Classified Adi must be In office day before publication. All Want Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone. One thne—2c word, minimum 30e Six times—Se word, minimum lie Three time*—3V 2 e word, minimum Ste One month—18« word, minimum $2.70 Rjjtes are for continuous insertions only •THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." For Sale SEED PEANUTS. GET CERTIFI- cate from A. A. A. office and buy ' them for 6M>c per pound. Pedigreed Stoneville and Rowden 41A cotton seed. Dortch's 340 'hybrid seed corn $7.50 bu. Rut- gers tomato plants, also garden • and field seeds. E. M. McWil- ' Hams Seed Store. 24-lmch. EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR OUTSTANDING WOMEN Long established firm of Personalized Merchandising & Advertising has openings in HOPE and TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS for resident woman of refinement and education who can furnish excellent social and business references. 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. Calmest 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 o 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 MOTHERS LOOK: SAND BOXES , for the children, delivered com• plete with clean washed sand. • Hempstead County Lbr. Co.. Phone 89. 3tf WHIPPOOR-WILL PEAS, $3.50 per bushel . Stroud & Co. Washington, Arkansas. 12-12tch i MAN'S FULL-SIZE BICYCLE. Heavy basket. In excellent condition. Phone 32 or 596-J. 15-3tp Flashes of Life By The Associated Press And No Onions! Tulsa, Okla. — Mrs. H. Blain Lacy went out to pick a few onions. Her feet started sinking in the muddy soil. She screamed for help. When a neighbor finally heard her, Mrs. Lacy was in knee- deep in her garden — and still sinking. Mr. Lacy was summoned' and succeeded in pulling her out. SHOUMAN PLAYER PIANO, $600 • value, will sell for $150. Can m- • spect at 904 West 4th. 18-12tpd For Rent FOUR-ROOM NEWLY FUR- nished garage apartment. Automatic water heater, Frigidaire, and inferspring mattresses. 410 West 6th St. Call 755-W. H-3tp EDf.cmSNISH One Slice of Pie — $70 Richmond, Cal. — The cost of food has really skyrocketed for William Ashe. He ate a piece of pie, strolled over to the cashier's counter and pulled out a $71 roll of bills. Peel- nig off one dollar, he tossed the rest away and carefully put his paper napkin into his pocket. The money still is missing. He discovered the error when he tried to deposit the napkin at his bank. FRONT BEDROOM TO ONE OR two girls. Phone 1050. 603 South : Pine. . 1.9-3tch CLOSE-IN, MODERN FURNISHED - apartment with 2 beds. Paper : hangers and painters just finished redecorating it. Private en•- trances.'Utilities paid. Phone 164. Tom Carrel. 18-3tch TWO FURNISHED ROOM APART- ment and 2-room unfurnished apartment. 704 East Division. Wonted to Rent THREE OR FOUR ROOM UN- furnished apartment. Conveniently located. Duplex preferred. Phone 768 before 1 p. m. Saturday. *3- 3tdn Notice SEND ME YOUR NEW OR RE- newal subscriptions for any ipagazine published. Charles Reynerson. City Hall. l-lmcl» Customers Satisfy Store St. Louis — One Department store has circumvented the labor shortage problem neatly — it is hiring its customers. Plagued with the problem o help, the store 'inserted in state ments to charge account custo mers a suggestion they could find jobs to fit almost any amount of their spare time. "It worked," said Advertising Manager Maurice Hirsch happily. "We've obtained some really capable spare time sales help." Hold Everything Wanted CLEAN RAGS. NO WOOL silk. Bring to Hope Star. OR 8-tf GIRL TO ANSWER PHONE AT night. See Jesse Brown, Yellow Cab Taxi Co. 18-3tch Help WHITE HOUSEKEEPER TO LIVE with couple. Apply personally -i!8 W. 2nd, Phone 241-J. 15-.ttp OUT OUR WAY WHY, By J, R. Williams Tuesday, May 18, 1943, By Roy Crand What's Up? Wash Tubbs By Galbraith I'M POSITIVE THAT PeSTftCYfiR SANK STRAN6E, IT'6 LEAVING AW OIL SUCK I PUV1MO. BUT THERE'6 THAT f ISWW6 b'; BOAT A6A\N vpP Thimble Theater "Hoarding Is Unpatriotic! OU MEAN-IT'S cM-L. RI6HT FOtt HSR MES. I'VE GOT TWO MEN-UWW' ARE WOU GOIN& TO DO ABOUT IT ? qOU'LL. "PINO OUT , ONLX R6P6R. I TO -me ^~ ' <^/. Copt 1911. Kins Fcttulf* SyoJi<*lf. t"C . WolM lif.MI BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEO. U. S. PAT, (iff By Walt Disney These swell moonlit nights certainly put pep in i man—come on. I'll race you hack to town! Get Along Little Doggies! ~~ Donald Duck FUNNY BUSINESS By Chic Young 'There's One Born Every Minute WE REFUSE IOTA IT BACK. POM'TYOL) LIKE MAT I YOU MEAM VOU'RE MOT SOIMG TO WEAR THIS LOVELY HAT I SOUGHT TMOKIEY BACK AMP LET \ BLOWPIE PICK OUT /- I 1E±O /nVA/kl UAT •<* WEVE BEEN TRYINS TO GET RIP OF THAT HAT, , [**PfiR<S£K > 5-/g' '''''/. i'// <l 'ii/ y ",'ii<«'' l ''/j!'''V.'cW«! i'w BTNt* sUviCE. we. T.'M. «CG. u. v fit, o'ir.li "My ancestors heap happy tribe! THIS CURIOUS WORLD , By William Ferguson By Edgar Martin ^ INDEPENDENT/ THAT'S ME. Excitement Reigns Boots and Her Buddies FATHER. POLAR BEAR GETS TO WHILE MOTHER BEAR IS HOLED UP AT HOME IN A SNOW WALLED DEN... AND A NIGHT IN = - '.-.-.-i THE ARCTIC By Fred Harmon He'll Talk Soon COPR. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. 6. PAT. OFF. ITS NOT THE RUST ON A RUSTY NAIL THAT A SHINY ONE CAN BE JUST AS DANGEROUS IF IT CARRIES .6ERMS. \ By v. T. Homlin •"COMA If "^ STARS;\ KMO WN THAT /WELL,COME ; J A / WARPEN, ^N\ BY THE / AL ON6... SO VOUSENT^—LJ WELU.WONMU6> BOOM BACK/VES.T 1 ^^ ' OOK9 LIKE A COUPLE OF/ SORRY, . „_..„_. , THOUSANP BUT HE'S P OUR | E ^ ult VVEA^PIP OUT OF -TROUBLE THIS VOL)?__\ REACH I- TIME... *|^| ; ' ^ u* 5-18 ANSWER: Midway Islands. j HOPE SO... 1 QUESTION 1 >vr^i^>>"^"'' \»T t i ita» / JA*- w l^***^ * /> HOW WAS 1 TO \CLOTHES HAV£ TO /" NOW HE WA-5N T OUT OF JAIL YOUR MISSION'? NEXT: Which way is Africa from Europe'/ SERIOUS < OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople MISTER. IAOOBL& WOULDN'T KMOW A j& PLEASE 6O AVAV/ SHEET OF MUSIC ^ FOR ^EARS T HAVEf SOUND PROM A POLl<A DOT \ TRieDTO ^TUFP- fe' I WSHT FROM.A ^«,^ \ MOOS)C , M ALFUN) . S F G £T A OM SPANISH Vt DUMB HEAO, UMD /( 3OB—«- rAO\W S , 3JSB, AN)0 WJ| w ^ET i HB > COUUDNi'T^ JHfe FOR. ^ | RIGHT MIKTUR-& OF K_---^ HORN/ AMD By Merrill Blosser This Is the End \N VES----BEHIND , THEIR. BACKS/ Freckle; and His Friends SOUND YOU JUST HEAR.O WAS i«j OUR RON\AMCtT UTTERINS A , DEATH RATTLE f ^/ o^i T v^ E §'t^ »|| T Hb OUR CIRCULATION HAS r^Rgg ^ OUT WHATS BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS/ GOING OM IM THIS

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