Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 2, 1943 · Page 2
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SIDE GLANCES CARRIER BOYS FOR THE AR- kdnsas Gazette. Jack's News Stand. 2-3tpd. ***ry w««k-doy orttrnoon bf Mr Publfshlno r tf\\n f~wt*9tnilQ CO* InC* E, Poltntt and Atox. H. Woshbum) Star butkttrw. 212-214 South Wotrnrf street, Hop* Ark. MOM STAR, HO PI, ARKANSAS Wednesday, C L CALMER. Pmt««nt if*. H» WAiHiURN, MIHr and Pukll.h.r *;'EhtBfed at second class matter at the " fcfffce at Hope, Arkansas, under the ; ot March 3. 1897. If? *> (AP)—Means Associated Pres* sj£A>-—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass h. crvi.ro Rot* (Always Payable.In ce>: By city carrier, perweed I5e? smusfeod, Nevada, Howard, Mtiler fl«tt gtafOY"!** counties, 13.50 p«r-fEc«;.««*• MM* $6.50. •'' • • te. • • •« Tr» AMotfcrted fMBi: ^Trw oe Press is exclusively entitled to he use for republication of all news dis- potehes credited to ft or not otherwise != credited In this paper and also the local ffhews published herein. BOYS' BROWN LEATHER pocketbook. Lost Saturday, May 29, near Saenger theater. Contains four dollars and identification papers. If found please re- j turn to Hope Star. 1-tf : By Galbraith Wash Tubbj When the Cot's Away .'-1 I'M SURE THAT ""( BUT IT 15 „. -^THE TRUNK THE \ EISA. HOW CAM WE 6BNERAL 6UARP5IN nFlMD OUT? HI6 ROOfA CONTAINS P*~r —-•— \nf¥?3Ejt SECRETS OP IMtW /*;;. * , * ' IJJ.^ffiS TANCE.FATHER. By Roy Crone i PRETENDED TO DUST THE ^t^A^KIS.fp ^tW E ««S|§| GENERAL INSPECTS HIS TROOPS , „ National Adt«rHsIn« R»pr««»oJaHv«— 4'*>kanso» Oolites, Inc.: Memphis, Term BSterick BuitcH/iQ; Chicago, 400 North Mich- >teon Avenue; New York City, 292 Modison Mve; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma C.tv. 414 Terminal IBda.; New | Orleans, 722 Union St.. « Charges on Tributes, Ste.: Charges will be FrtwSde for all tributes, cards of thanks, reso- ^fcrtions, or memorials, concerning the de- Bioarted. Commercial newspapers hold to this ficollcy in the news columns to Protect their Uteocters from a deluge ot space-taking me- l?mwiaU. The Star ^claims responsibility I *|5 (he safe-keeping or ietum of any (.'unsolicited manscripts. Classified Ads mu*t be In office day before publication. \ All Wont Ads cosh in odvonce. Not token over the Phone. ' One tlm«—2c word, minimum 30c Six times—Se word, minimum 7J« SK< Three times—3 Vie word, minimum 50c V , One month—1 «c word, minmium $1.70 ! Rotes ore for continuous insertions only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." For Sale I MOTHERS LOOK: SAND BOXES for the children, delivered complete with clean washed Hempstead County Lbr. Phone 89. sand. Co.. 3tf "• RED CHOW AND COCKER Spaniel puppies. Dogs boarded by day, week or month. Padgitts Kennels. 20-lmpd tHAVE RECEIVED NEW STOCK of first line Atlas Tires. Bring EF-, your purchase certificate. Stand feir/ 'ard Service Station. Washington, 'Arkansas. 28-6tpd ^COHNET, PERFECT CONDITION. 'J. S. Gibson, III, Phone 898. 2-3tpd. For Rent 0 ACRES, GOOD HOUSE AND out buildings. Five miles on Hope- DeAnn road. See John C. Allen: " 27-6tpd CLOSE IN: NORTH SIDE OF FUR- nished duplex apartment, two beds. Decorators just finished redecorating. Phone 164. Mrs. Tom Can-el, 29-tf I' TWO-ROOM APARTMENT, FUR- nished or unfurnished. 218 West Ave. C. l-3tpd. . NICE BIG BEDROOM WITH TWIN " -beds. Private bath and private " entrance. Apply 420 West Ave. B or call 854 after 6 p. m. 2-3tch. Help Wanted ~ • WHITE OR COLORED WOMAN Jor light housework and assist with children. Apply ~" *"" i | t ' Sixth after 6:30 p. m. 315 West 25-tdh VTWO FURNISHED OR UNFUR- mshed rooms. Near Hopewell school house. Rent reasonable. Mrs. L. C. Godwin. 2-3tpd. Oil and Gas Lafayette County, Arkansas Oil and Gas Lease: 5 year term: dated February 17, 1943; filed May 25. 1843—J. B. Burton and wife and P ,D. Burton and wife to R. L Shaddock: SWV4, and WM- of S7>4 of Seo. 2. Twp. .18 S., Rge. 24 West. Oil and Gas Lease: 5 year term; dated February 11, 1943: filed May 25. 1943—J. B. and P. D. Burton and wives to R. L. Shaddock; SE^ of Sec. 11, Twp. 18 S., Rge. 24 West; and W>/2 of SWVi of Sec. 12; and SWV 4 of Sec. 7, Twp. 18 S., Rge. 24 West. Oil and Gas Lease: 5 year term; dated February 11, 1943; filed May 25 1943—P. D. Burton and wife to R. L. Shaddock; SE% of SW'/4 of Sec. 14, Twp. 18 S.. Rge. 24 West. Oil and Gas Lease: 5 year term; dated February 25, 1943; filed May 25, 1943—K. D. Crosno to R. L Shaddock; SWVi of SEVi of Sec. 14 Twp. 18 S., Rge. 24 West. Oil and Gas Lease: 5 year term dated February 11, 1943; filed May 2S, 1943—J. B. Burton and wife tc R L. Shaddock; SWVi of NE'A and NWVi of SEtfi of Sec. 14, Twp. 18 S. Rge. 24 West. Oil and Gas Lease: 5 year term; dated February 11, 1943; filed May 25 1943—J. B. Borton, et al., to R. L. Shaddock; SEV 4 of NWV 4 and NEV4 of SWV4 of Sec. 14, and. SWV4 of NEV4 of Sec. 15, all in Twp. 18 S., Rge. 24 West. Oil and Gas Lease: 5 year term; dated February 18. 1943; filed May 25 1943—Rhoda Crosno Bransford to R. L. Shaddock; SW% of SE'4 of Sec. 14, and N% of NEV.i of Sec. 23; all in Twp. 18 S., Rge. 24 West. Oil and Gas Lease: 5 year term; dated February 18, 1943; filed May 25, 1943—Ann White Floyd and husband to R. L. Shaddock; SWVi of SEVt of Sec. 14, and NM> of NE'A of Sec. 23; all in Twp. 18 S., Rge. 24 West. Oil and Gas Lease: 5 year term; dated February 11, 1943; filed May 24, 1943—J. B. Burton, et al., to R. L. Shaddock; the West 35 acres of the NWV4 of NEV 4 and the South 35 acres of the SEV 4 of NEV-i of Sec. 15; and the NWy 4 of NEV4 and NEMi of NWVi of Sec. 14; and NW% and W% of NEV 4 of Sec. 11; all in Twp. 18 S., Rge. 24 West. Oil and Gas Lease: 5 year term; dated February 17, 1943; filed May 25 1943—J. B. Burton, et al., to R. L. Shaddock; SE>A of NEV 4 of Sec. 23; and SWV4 of NW>/ 4 of Sec. 24; all in Twp. 18 S., Rge. 24 West, Mineral Deed: Dated May 17, 1943; filed May 24, 1943—Sumner A. Walker to Janet Robie Myers; l/16th interest under the W'A of NEV 4 of SWV4 and 15/128ths interest under the EVi of NEV 4 of SWA; all in Sec. 7, Twp. 16 S., Rge. 22 West. Mineral Deed: 15/128th interest; dated May 17, 1943; filed May 24, 1943^-Mary L. Walker to Janet Robie Myers; a part of the NEV 4 of NEV 4 of Sec. 13, Twp. 16 S., Rge. 23 West, described as follows: Beginning the NE cor. of said NE»A of NEV 4 , run W 11.70 chs., thence S 6 chs., thence W, 1.60 chs., thence S 4 chs., thence E 13.30 chs., thence N 10 chs., to the place of beginning, containing 12.34 acres. Wanted to Rent THREE OR FOUR ROOM UN- furnished apartment. Conveniently located. Duplex preferred. Phone 768 before 1 p. m. Saturday, 12 - 3tdh I WILL HAVE CLASSES AT Brookwooa school tor students desiring credits in elementary work. For informatien call Miss Miriam Porter. Phone 780. ; 29 -t FUENISHED APARTMENT OR house with two bedrooms. Cal 654-W any time between now anc ' July 1st. No children. Referenc furnished. 2-3tpd Wonted to Buy Hold Everything GOOD CLEAN TWO-SEATED CAR Plymouth or Chevrolet. Will con swjer pick-up truck. Rufus An derson. Hope, Route 1. 28-6tp OUT OUR WAY R£ 6-2 I rom. 1..J »T ... ....^. OX. T M. IHC. U- t. MT. Off , "Hurry up with that vegetable plate!" By J. R. Williams FCOM MY BACK? TH' FIB6T 6H1FT, IT 16 JUST MV 6PE.ED-- THE 5WINi3 SHIFT, OH, I LOVE AK NEED.' i'GBrXVE.YAB.D6HIFT 16 HEP>WEN'€> CA.LU, <bO I'M ON A FA.G.M TO GET 'EM THKT NSCE6TUFF ABOUT OU6KJ A SUV THATT PUTS IN AM HONE6T Of*d AJNT GONNA, 6E.E NOTH1N' NICE ABOUT TH£ HOUE THE <3ixx OF PANT6 IN ONE nfji.'oi.irf"?" Thimble Theater "No Man's Land" HEAVENS!. HANDKERCHIEF' >r I'LL TAKE ALL A 6IRL UJITH COPfi! 1843 BY NEA SERVICE. IHC. T. M. REC._U._S._f AT^OfF. By Walt Disney "Whatever you do. don't say 'What do von know?' to him— he's just been investigated by a Senate committee !" A Copper Accommodates^ Donald Duck HOW ABOUT A LITTLE TOW TO A FILLING STATION, OFFICEF7? OUT O'GAS! FUNNY BUSINESS By Chic Young That Ain't Whiskers! C5UESS I WEV/ERWILL RMPOUTWUAT UAPPEKJED TO ,T WOLD MV BRrTAP 'M JAM,) T COOKIE WHILE I RNJP y ^ ELMER •' .'"//,•'•'/•• •"''•'/' "Surprised? So am II THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguion By Edgar Martin hat Love Bug Boots and Her Buddies ji PrtrXT '. <=>Wt ISLANDS, EXTENDING OUT FROM THE ALASKAN COAST, REACH FARTHER. I/HSX/* OF SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, THAN THE EASTERNMOST POINT OF MAINE REACHES £Ar OF .SEATTLE. it IX>UT Ml r.f»itt i' I i.Lt_IQ_!i By Fred Harmon O*^l 9 ' ?S.' PRi fsWHD Tfie Warning . 194"J BY NE* SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. CALIFORNIA 'PRODUCES THE BIR.THSTONES POR EVERY MONTH EXCEPT MAY AND JULY. A.VD SHUT UP' You . E.OTHER SIPE_f .SOME DETECTIVES USE PlRTY METHODS TO MAKE SUSPECTS COME CLEAN, Say* RICHARD PHELPS, By V. T. Hamlin He Has Chilly Knees ALU FIXED.' LETS GKOFB.V.' V HEY, WAIT } l\ MINUTE. I * NEXT: A bat that catches fisb OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople f AP/J <oO(V\E PAS UOM \NILL, TURM OM SOU If CSUDS& REMCHV IS \Ni HI?) MOOD, MA30R.NOU AU6U<ST DO NOD THINV< SOU'LU BE GOT IKl CAESAR CLASSIFIED ITEM. TH& HOOPLE ESCROW WHS HOT MOUR. PLU6 TO A SOUR TREE THE FOOT- BKLL FIELD? By Merrill Blosser Should Make for Interest Freckles and His Friends THE POLICE T WELL. T«E- RUftAOR WARNED US HAPPENED OsJ THE WOT TO .' / SO LETS JUST PRINT THE HAPPEN CM THE SCHOOL CAMPUS /

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