Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 22, 1943 · Page 2
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 22, 1943
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W f ''' ' ' •?.?'• ar Help Wonted k-<tay armrwon .S« A*. I SOMEONE TO WASH AND IRON nurses' uniforms. Privileged to wash and iron at hospital. Apply at Julia Chester hospital. 19-3tch. SIDE GLANCES For Rent , rALMtd. P«**l««nt *d tri second etass matter at the Hope, Arkansas, under »h* 3.1897. ' MM*****; I CLOSE IN, REDECORATED north side, modern, furnished duplex: two beds. Bills paid. Tom Carrel, Phone 164. 16-tf. xstsit&^i^Es**^™^ floors, two bedrooms. Mrs. P. k. Cook, 908 West Ayenue B. 18-6tpd. 3??Br effy carrier, per week 15c; »k Nsvodo, Howard, Milter arW I ^ J3.SO per year; "" published herein. and also , local sHot onol A*rerthh»9 Mprej.ntatl Mania* Dollies, Int.: Memphis. Term.. Itctick Building; Chicago, 400 North Mlch- *Cit, S92 Modlson FURNISHED HOUSES FOR lc ..i. No meter deposit. All bills paid. Middlebrooks Grocer y Phone U07. 19-3tch TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR rent. Apply 804 South Grady. 21-3tpd. »l«ons. 722 >,t Nucn .«« .,.- -TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE Oty, 4t'i Terminal IBda.: New near high school. Immediate pos- 22 Union St.. | sess i on . Phone 568-J. 22-3tpd. ,ra« on Tributes. Ett.:'Chorges will be ] for all tributes, cords of thanks, reso- Notice manscripts. Classified ',Ads must be tn office day before publication. 'All Wont Ads cash in advance. , Not taken over the Phone. pF/One time—2e word, minimum 30e W\ Six times—Se word, minimum 7Se I 1 ' three times—3y,c word, minimum SOe \ ^ One month—18c word, minmlum 52.70 f Rates are for continuous insertions only MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." For Sale e'I SEWING MACHINES. BOUGHT, sold, rented, repaired. Parts and accessories. Adding machine. See James Allen, 621 South Fulton Street. Phone 322-J. 11-lmpd. | TIRE AND TUBE VULCANIZING, passenger and truck. All work guaranteed. Experience . counts. °. . n . _ *\/\/\ tTl.. r, t TM-» t t-fl . . Ted's Tire Shop, 300 East Third Street. 22-2\vkpd. Municipal Court City Docket Alberta Rasberry, disturbing peace, forfeited $10 cash bond. j Maurice L. Malone, driving a car MOTHERS LOOK: SAND BOXES without owner's consent, plea o£ ' for the children, delivered com- - --- ••« ,- plete with clean washed sand. Hempstead - Phone 89. County Lbr. Co.. m HED CHOW AND COCKER ' Spaniel puppies. Dogs Boarded by day, week or month. Padgitts '" Kennels. 20-lrnpd ¥ PIANO — COME AND SEE IT. ' .Priced at $125. See Tom Ellis. 804 West Fourth. 14-2wks pd. SMY FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, LARGE barn, c h i c k e.n houses, smoke house, 10 acres of land with 5% in cotton, farm implements. Just 'outside city limits City water and lights. Phone 33-F-12 Mrs R. M. Bunkley 16-6tpd I USED LAWN MOWERS. WILL buy your old ones. L. C. Mays !"*• Hope Water and Light Plant 19-3tpc SLIGHTL.X uoiuu -*i" * Tnr, -Whirlwind ; ceiling fan. No. 437, Model G: Guaranteed- in good uilty, fine $10. P. B. Camp, double parking, for- eited $1 cash bond. The following forfeited a $10 cash bond on a charge of drunkenness: Villie Garland, C. Williams, Earl Smith, Dave Reed, J. T. Hatch. The following entered a plea of guilty to a charge of drunkenness and were assessed a penalty of $10 fine: Winston Nelson, Hugh Hodge. Maurice L. Malone. State Docket James Simpson, speeding, plea of guilty, fine $5. Robert Lindsey, grand larceny, examination waived, held to grand jury, bond fixed at ?250. Thelma Dunn, embezzlement, tried, fined $25 and one day in jail. Louis O. Synagogue, petit larceny, plea of guilty, fine $25 and »ne day in jail. , Arthur Chism, drunkenness, plea of guilty, fine $10. C .shape. McRae's phone 921-J. Hardware or 21 - 6t P d " WHTPPOORWTLL PEAS, 2.50 PER bushel. F.O.B. Washington. A. N. Straud, Washington, Ark. 22-6tch. MARE, S YEAR OLD, WEIGHT , 1,050. Work good or ride. A. G 'Zimmerly, Phone 26-J-3. ". Haynie Waller, drunkenness, plea of guilty, fine $10. Elmer Spence, gaming, plea of guilty, fine $10. Buddie Jones, gaming, plea of guilty, fine $10. Perry Ware, gaming, plea guilty, fine $10. The following forfeited a $10 cash bond on a charge of gaming: Pete Arnold, Roy M c K i 11 a n, Willie Cheatham, Nathaniel Hamilton, Alfonso Hunter, Savannah Jenkins, Wanted to Buy •. iunau ,HM.IVI_», ^« 21-3tpd. j George Cheptham. Arthur „ Chism, disturbing the peace, dismissed on motion prosecuting attorney. — "'.^m:. ^AWH/T. rnnn Arthur Chism, unlawfully pos- 2o OR 40 ACRE FARM; GOOD gessjilg intoxica u ng liquor, dis- ;house and pasture; close m - ^ a " missed on motion prosecuting at- 768. 15 ' U ' I torney. B"ROWN BEER BOTTLES. WILL not buy on Saturdays. Bully s v Bar. 21-6tpd. ""BABY BUGGY. MRS. ROBERT McCreary, Phone 1000 Extension 21. 22-3tpd. GOOD USED WASHING MA- chine Dewey w or 801. Baber, Phone Lost GOLD RIMMED GLASSES. AT .hydrant' at Wade Warren store corner Sunday evening. Finder .return to Barton's Cash Store. Reward. C. A. Hipp, SUNDAY — TWO-MONTH OLD English setter puppy— V Marking on head. Call No. 9. Reward.^ Wonted THREE SHARE-EXPENSE PAS- aengers to Little Rock and -return on Wednesday, June 23. Phone U3-W aft er 6 P- m - 22-itpd. OUT OUR WAY 6-22 SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG, u. 8 PAT. Off "No matter how disgusted you get, don't ever again throw up your hands in despair!" By J, R. WilUoms [^ THIS ts> A BIT O V^E. EEUEv/E PEOPLE F52OM LJMIMPOCTAiKJT JOBS SO THEY CAM 'DOIMPOETAKiT STUFF.' WHEBEVS TH' WIMMIKJ Tij' GJEU-e PER THIS V UWIMPOS2TKS5CE? OH,TH\S \e> TOO MUCH OKi THEIR SIDE. PF , .TH' FEbOCE.' THEV'GE PASTURES r ,.^ .--- OJ THE MEM'S ) A COGS SIDE/ J UFE/ VES, AW'THEV'LLTAKc WHUT THEV LIKE OSi TH' MEKi'S SIDE OF TH' FEWCE- AM' KEEP WHUT THEV LAKE ONi TH' VJOMEKl'S SIDE, ANJ' DUMP TH' REST IN OUR LAPS- ASS' YJE GOT , •&»'z < t'r**} MOPE STAR, M6M, ARKANSAS This,Time It's Different Walk tubbt By Galbraith * . - -»—•-*" I'M EXPECTINS A NAtl PATROL S$0N TO ARREST M?U, CAPTAIN AMD YOU'LL SET A REWARD.EH, Thimble Theater "The Green-Backed Monster" VOL) CUR! IF C /OU ^ HANID IM M 1 -/ UUAV, . «3UALL BREAK 4OU, ACROSS M-/ KMEEj LIKE A ——-il •STICK) POPEWE, NAH FRIEND, WU "SHALL. BE - JWEAH, AM 1 IF WA THIMK6 I'LL U/M . AOC AETCHA MARRV 'ER FO«. VOU ARE AfflJiAuJrPO \ H£R WONE4 flCQUAINTbU ],,.,_,..,,).,i UUITH THE KMlSTAKIN . MTIMIOATE HAS By Walt Disney A Drop in the Bucket! trade that prte of a ran of baked tons lor a Donald Duck FUNNY BUSINESS By Chic Young Cookie and the Five Little Pigs! I'll bcl lie keeps his chickens from poaching through those knotholes now'." ___^_ THIS CURIOUS WORLD William Ferguson By Edgar Martin Good Old Rosie 1 Boots and Her Buddies ,0V COO'SSt VtVStSZV NAME "RAVON," FOE. ARTIFICIAL £UK, WAS COINED AND ADOPTED IN 192.4 / PREVIOUSLY, THE NAME *' HAD BEEN USED,' BUT THE PUBLIC NEVER ACCEPTED IT. By Fred Harmon The Leveler hE NOT SCARED/ UTTL.E BEWER GOT RED UP, PAPOOSE / VOE CAM'T LOSE. TRAIL OR. B^t^ ^\^^>s TO GO OUTL^S^J LARGEST PART OF A AAESQUITE TREE IS By V. T. Hamlin Get in There and Pitch OH OH.' L.OOK.SLlke ITS ) £>URE/ BUT THERE'S OF TH' RIGHT KIND LAVIKJ AROUMDTO DO TH' JOB.' COPB. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. Off. ANSWER: Kodiak Island, ofT south coast of Alaska. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople r.J. I'M, ASHAMED of- MOO W SOUR FOOTPNO£>,WA,\TIMS TILL T. SHUFFLED OFF- TO BED TO & F^TvABR. li^TO " PETTN I GOT OFF THE: BUS STOP/ COULD By Merrill Blojser Ain't It the Truth? Freckles ond His Friends LEFTY THE PHONE-HE'S THERE j TIED UP IN A fj .-.^.- - ._- ^j^- r\i>tt^iTj-* •**.-• -^&~-~~-^. • •: •;,^>; "^ Kfe COM60 PDMl^DES - ^S&ttiSzi

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