Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 6, 1946 · Page 5
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Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Fli.v- CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication ; Number of One Three^Six _ One; Words Day tfp to 15 ... .43 Iff to 20 . - .GO 21 to 25 .». .75 26 to 30. .. .90 31 to 33..-.. 1.05 36 to 40..... 1.20 41 to 45 ...... 1.35 46 to 50..... 1.50 Hates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone Days Days Month .90 1.50 4.50 1.20 2.00 6.00 2.50 3.00 3.30 4.00 4.50 5.00 1.50 l.SO 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 . 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Lost AN ARCH SCREEN DOOR BE- tween Hope & Waldo via Rosston. If found, call 256 or Cecil Dennis. • o-3t Lost or Stolen POINTER MALE BIRD JDOG, white with brown head. Root of tail back. Tag ?;9-t49G. Return to 311 East 5th St. Hope. Reward. 5-3t Taken Up For Rent FRONT BEDROOM. ADJOINING bath, working tsirl or man preferred. Mrs. Gco. Saiulefur. Phone 122-W. 4-3t Wanted to Rent UNFURNISHED APARTMENT OR house for couple. Mrs. G. C. Clark. Phone 705-R or Miss Butler at 328. 5-3t For Sale Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Feature* Syndicate. Flying High ALL WHITE SLIGHTLY USED table top Florence oil range, five Jesse I. Payne. Patmos, 6-3t burner. Ark. 1935 PLYMOUTH AND MODEL A Ford. See Herbert v/hitten, 705 West Division, Hope. New York, Scpl. G—I am confident ,1 hope, mat the operators of our hotels, not only in New York but elsewhere, will appreciate a lew constructive remarks tor many guest apropos the strike ot Jimmy Petrillo s musicians here and the extension of that strike to averns in other cities which are owned by the big ctinm. \Vu who rent the rooms and are the backbone or perhaps, by nosv, only the backlog of to hotel'industry have been imposed upon grievously. I hope the hotels and the musi- ] cians' ONE OIL CIRCULATING HEATER good as new. Phone 24-W-3. Joe D. Brown, 4-3t union never come perman lwu .ently to terms and that my inn will 4-3U'become again a home away from — I home and cease to be a combination dance-hall, aucleville house, TAKEN UP. BLUE MULE, weight about 750, 11 miles south on highway 29. Ownor pay for ad and upkeep. B. A. Clark. 4-31 Help Wanted THREE ROOM HOUSE WITH bath, on South Washington near Basket Co. Price $2.250. Floyd Porterfield. 5-61 TWO~STNGER MACHINES. C. W. Yancey, Singer, Distributor, 513 'South Walnut, Phone 578-W. G-3t FOR QUICK SALE. WELL ESTAB- STEADY RELIABLE^ WAITRESS, to work in cafe. Experience unnecessary. Inquire at Loe's Cafe or Phone 222. a-3t .S"ECRETARY AND RECEPTION- .1st. for doctor's office. Must be able to take shorthand and type well. Write A c/o Hope Star, Box 98. Hope, Ark. 6-3t Real Estate for Sale FOSTER-ELLIS FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, NEWLY painted, papered, insulated, landscaped, 75-foot frontage, 121 East 14th street. Can be bought' on GI loan, 15 years'to pay at four percent interest. No down payment required. Possession now. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, GOOD CON- dition. West 13th street. FOUR-ROOM .HOUSE NEWLY papered, 807 Foster Avenue. MONEY-MAKER: THREE-UNIT apartment, bringing $90 'per month. (Price slashed, 404 West Aye G.'Three extra lots. barn. "SOUTH WALNUT STREET DUX- plex. two .blocks from business area. Price reduced. .NEW TWO-ROOMS AND BATH, 60 by 210 foot lot, small but nice. .Possession in 30 d^ys. THREE ROOMS AND BATH, 75x 150 foot lot, modern throughout. DUPLEX APARTMENT, BRING- ing $60 per month, can be bought on GI loan. -FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON OLD Fulton road near Paisley school. ~*" Newly painted. Make us an offer. FOR FARM PROPERTY, 40 acres and up, see Mr. Charley Baker at our office. We have numerous listings in Hempstead and Nevada counties, a wide selection to meet your desire. sugar it to night-club and rat-race for disorderly element:,, mroughout the war aim lor some time oel'ore, mine hosts deprived me of my own man portions of btilter, bacon, and scraggly meat to sell casuals on tne streets who came to dance, drink and marvel in alcoholic stupor at the dexterith of the magician in the honeymoon room or the Lunar rottoas he made tne ten of hearts hop out of a goblet, lo mess up food with their I ashes and butts while they sat en- 'cnanted by the tough blonde grip- i counted get babbling Three-Way Battle for Fourth Place in Southern modern working ecruioment. For. further details Write Box 98 Hope i jng ho . u . se " ly into a 7_ in can col ,nted Ark - _|oti a pipe "and to I drunk. Mine Hosts never reduced the prices ol their food but ,on the contrary, raised them either subtly by cnarging outrageously ior ersatz and garbage or. iramcly, by revis- Bv the Associated Pre's ! ng "P*'? ra the figures '" tne right oy tnt «i»t»ui*ici LLU r~ i c-.o h*mri rnliirnn nr nnth The battle for fourth pU.ce in the ha "^ column, 01 ooth. Southern Association today "ound i They were and are diluting the New Orleans, Mobile and Nashville I rations of iheir registered guests separated by only three percentage I m order to accommodate the clubs --=-•- ;which make pretexts to hold lunching parties, with oratory, and the dnnKing and dancing trade which comes at night and pays cover M£ GOOD TH£ FLAG FLI5HT AT league pitchers — whose (as.1 inul was clocked at Utl.ti miles per" hour ,-,,., ,„.,. .. --had his speedball Knocked ri«ht I'" 1 "" U)C|K '' back at him by the Timers wJui scored nine runs in Ihe louvth in- iiing, They tallied eitfht of them off of Feller on seven hits — the worst treatment the bly rinhthaiul- ».>r has ever received in a single inning. Hank Greenborjj wilh -thro,.' run.s butted irt nnd iJirk xVakofic'ld with thiee hits were the bii! Ut- trnii stK'l.inon. The Red Sox Durocher Seems Confident Bums Will Catch Up Newark, lopl." (! — fUPi — st'' ! " Kli "« lo 1n *" ol > l)ilsl - > - wo " " ^.™rdS "f,d ! 'ho C DoS! Tlfe V'Ee^Vcm^oif'.wu Umo* o\,nd U L& L^IJu"och h or -^nn ^"' <'[..»<• [™>! <'''<< '9J'* »? 11 ul Jclf [I.Mth's l-Uh homer, the Sox drove Nelson 1-otter from Ihe box with three runs in ihjp •leventh to (jive CSnnlon Miill/.uei|» r cr. just dischari'.nd i'roni Jie army, his rirsl victoi-y. . The last-olnce Piralcs knocked Johnny Vuucieinu-er mii ot the ;;ame with a Iwo-run until iininj! io defeat the Cmeinnali Iti-dsi. - \o .1 "ivinj; reliefer .Hip Si.'Wcll In.-, nioved to within | SL , v[ ', n t), victory and Vandermeer * ' games of the American pcniiiint when .lim The by found Lippy of Iron lungs and steel nerves— supremely confident today Ihnt his rinvdv Brooklyn boys luul the National League pennant ;.o\vod up i from second place. I Durocher said it was simple: the Cardinals will crack. Probably next week, he said. For tnrce '.lays, as his D()dners won throe yames in the friendly east, Durocher has been wailing for the Cardinals to lose. But for three days. St. Louis New . has won along with Brooklyn to maintain its two-game lead. "Give 'em time, give 'em time." he said, clipping his words off last. "We'll be back up there. It Actually in a fourth spot tie were the Pels and the Bears, while the Vols trailed both by half a game. - . . Mobile moved up last night by I charges tor entertainmet'f by blanking the newly-crowned Atlanta Crackers, 2-0. At Ihe same time New .Orleans slipped a notch by losing a G-7 decision to the Birmingham Barons. Meanwhile, the Chattanooga FOSTER-ELLIS 108 East Second Phone 221 5-3t STOP AND CHAT with MOLLY and BILL Famous for STEAKS and CHOPS Overstuffed Cheeseburgers and Yum-Yum FOOT LONG HOT DOGS with Chilli "CURB SERVICE" v —720 West Third — DE LUXE CAFE Lookouts clinched the third place berth in trouncing Little Rock 11-2, and Nashville knocked over the Memphis Chicks, 6-3. In the latter same ' the Vols smacked Wimpy Willis for 13 hits, including Ted Pavelek's 15th homer of the season which gave him the league lead. Shortstop Angel leitas was the star of the Lookout-Traveler tilt. He collected three doubles for three times at bat and drove in three runs. It was no lack of hitting power that beat the Crackers. They pounded Pat McGlothin for ten hits but failed to produce r -core. Bill Ayefs, seeking his 21st victory for the third time this year, was.thwarted again as the Bears made their six hits count. A three-run splurge in the ninth enabled the Barons to turn back New Orleans. After they had tied the score at 6-all, Pell Shortstop Mel Rue missed a grounded that allowed the winning tally to come | "n. Tonight's games: Mobile at Atlanta (2) New Orleans at Birmingham Little Rock at Chattanooga Memphis at Nashville. o Baseball Scores By The Associated Press American League Detroit 10; Cleveland 0. New York 6; Philadelphia 2 . Chicago 4; St. Louis 3 (11 innings). Boston 1; Washington 0. National League Brooklyn 1; Boston 0. New York 6; Philadelphia 5. Pittsburgh 2; Cincinnati 1. St. Louis 10: Chicago 1. Southern Association Mobile 2; Atlanta 0. Nashville 6; Memphis 3. 1 Birmingham 7 New Orleans 6. Chattanooga 11; Little Rock 2. crooners, comedians, prestidigitators ana pretty little tnrips who sing mischievously about adultery ana can put a streetwalker to blusn in free-style repartee. Room-service, once a pleasant and efficient convenience, is neglected almost to abandonment io that the waiters may be available to shove drinks and snap the caps off sparkling water in tne carousing halls. Tne old, expert waiters have sunk into surly despair serving noisy inferiors in the intervals SPORTS ROUNDUP •It tuft L Wkrtm Jr.- NEW York, Sept. G—(/P)—If the advance drumbeating means anything, Georgia's Charlie Trippi should be a cinch for all America this fall...about a dozen national magazines plan to run pieces about him during the football season and drumbeater Jimmy Jones «dded: "So much publicity would worry me if thp sub.iect were anyone but Trippi. The guy has a wonderful habit of making good on anything one writes about him."..Bob Fitch, the world discuss throw record holder, as enrolled at Michigan Stale to study veterinary medicine but isn't eligible Cor football between indecencies on the dance or track. Come to think of it, floors and the new heard of napkins. talent never \ that's about the first time this sea son we've seen the word "ineligi For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 10150 We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark; These demonstrations of the dance have now reached a depth ot' dirty vulgarity that would have brought the bouncers running in buxbaum's on the old Chicago line or the historic Ansonia on the west side, more than thirty years ago. I would add that tne more disgusting perfirmances are not discoursed by young men wearing the brass duck and their ladies, but by unsightly hulks, male and female, of considerably greater age, whose expulsion from any brothel would improve its moral and social tone. Many of the males are dressed as though for bed in obacco road effects copied from Hollywood and they scratch their heads with their forks. Why hotel men, wlio are worldly, practical men with an eye to the Xiture of their houses, permit low exhibitions in places of old and respectable renown nominally dedicated to decent and comfortable accommodations of genteel guests, I am afraid I know quite well. The house-guest is in no position to go elsewhere not only because he probably can't get a room but because, even if he could, the management there is running the same sort of junk or dump. The house-guest, putting up for a place in which to sleep and have his meals, finds the management preoccupied with amusement business, casual saloon trade, the so- called cocktail traffic for which he provides a gloomy tomb called thq "lounge" adorned by stained and ' ' ' drolliers from the FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Smart • ANDERSON BROS. • ble."...Last year Maine Harness racing tracks held $9,045.80 worth of encashed mutuel tickets. Summer folks, no doubt. Labor-Management When the Florida State baseball league's all-Star team was chosen, Ed Levy, Sanforci pilot, was named manager...Ed still is thanking his lucky stars that the team didn't play a game as four other managers would have been in tht lineup...Skipper Bill Good of Leesburg was no goat calamit ywhcn they tonk over. They'll come back to us." Actually, Durocher — who Jikcs to play baseball as if it were a draw poker game — is more confident today, returning Io Brooklyn from Boston, than when ho brought his patchwork gang back from the west eiuhl clnvs ago. two- and-a-half games behind. His pitchers are going the distance now, like Vic Lombardi — Ihe little s.top-gap lefty —did yesterday in beating the Boston Braves on three hits. llo 0, Io scorehis 12th victory of the year. The day before, Southpaw Jo cHat- | ten set the Braves down on uiuht hits and now lias been ordered to be ready to pitch ever four days. . The only other Dodger htirler to be given thai accolade is Righthander Kirby Higbe. Lombardi should have almost earned it yesterday as he yielded i only three singles and not a Bos- I ton runner reached second base, j Ausic Galan's single, plus a stolen base, a sacrifice and Johnny Sain's wild pitch scored the lone r'-n. In a night game at St. !,ouis. the Cardinals hammered an old hex, Johnny Schmitx, knocking the slender lefty out in the third inning and going on to defeat the Cubs. 10 to 1. Schmitz had beaten the Cards three straight times but '.hey .. treated him like a cousin last nis matches the other day, lugging j night handing the defending i big program around because he j champs their second straight de- .vantecl to keep a picture of seven-1 feat and dropping them P U but time champion Richard Sears all |out of the pennant race, 10 games Boston by defeating the Athletics in a day garnr:, 0 to 2. wilh Handy Gumperl gaining his 10th victory. Scoring ul'i Iheir runs on homers, two by Jack Graham, and one each by Willard Marshall and Krnie Lombardi, the Giants wanned up for Brooklyn by defeating the Phil-! n ^",' lies, (i lo 5. Woody Abernathy. IUKk third Giant pitcher, received credit for Ihe victory when Graham cracked his second homer in the ninth inning with two men on. j Singles by Bob Kennedy and Cass Michaels plus Don Kolloway's sacrifice gave the White Sox an 11-inning" -1 lo . Svictory his lUlli setback, Fights Las* Night By the Associated Press Brooklyn—.ifioy Dolan, 129 Spokane," \Vnsh., outpointed J Webb, 121) 1-1! .Montreal. <»>. f-. 1-2, York—Willie Bellrnm. 13. r > •k, outpointed Ruby i. llii"). Puerto Rico, (8*. II, , .1 ll I\Ul IV IblilflU, 111.. WU L I IWIII vv.1.1 1 ^L,.*!^* !Ji: Kdrfy. '»" '- 1-1^1, Mich. w. mwas All-Star Hoag .Palatka. shortstop; Myril right field: Bill Steinecke. St. Augustine, catcher, and Bi Fuchs, Deland, utility... just imagine the second-guessing. NEW-MINUTE SPORTS PAGE Al Vanderbilt, the horseman, turned up at the Forest Hills ten decked out in a striped blazer and a cap to match....Hawaii's entry :n the National Amateur golf is James Ukauka (pronounced Yuka- Yuka) and the U. S. G. A. already behind. Harry (The CaU Brcch- een. backed by a 13-hit attack — including Enos Slaughter's two-run homer — brccxed to his 12lh vic- . tory. has ruled out all gags about his i With the Dodgers idle today, the playing that native musical inslru-1 Cards have a chance, to go two- ment on the iirst tee. land-a-half games ahead in a night game against Pittsburgh when Murry Dickson throws against Ken Heintelman. Bobby Feller's fond >ope that 1940 would be his greatest season ribbon to keep his long locks out'was wiped out ,nt Detroit yester- of his eyes, finally weakened and terday when the Tigers handed Locks Of Luck Lennard Bergelin, the Swedish Davis cupper who has perturbed tennis officials by wearing a hair got a haircut...he saved a lip by having his teammate, Torsten Johansson, an ex-barber, do the job...and likely ' he finisned wilh the comment: "I only need a shave and a haircut to beat them bums." Miss Arkansas Looks Best in Bathing Suit By JAMES K HACKETT Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. G—W— Janey Miller of Atlanta, Ga., whose operatic voice thrilled 10,000 spectators, had a commanding lead over 48 other beauty competitors today in the 19'16 Miss America pageant. Tallest of the entrants—five feet, nine inches—Miss Miller became a double winner last night in preliminary contests designed to eliminate all but 15 girls for final selection as "Miss America." Dressed in an off the shoulders, blue marquisette evening gown, the 18-vear-old "Miss Atlanta" NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NEW. MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE B GROCERY ' be inferior to the one he could buy at the counter of Joe's lunch for .half the price with no trumpet or clarinet to alitate his nerves. Again, the house-guest, dining belatedly after a day's work, finds that the business men's grill and the coffee shop, awful as they are, have been closed since seven o clock and so, if he takes a chance sang "Vice Doce" from the opera, REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS end CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-K peeling old obsessio°n V^risr V'blicitT Tosca, .to win first prize in the tal- The house-guest may get a lino-1 ent division of the second prehmi- leum sandwich in the cocktail " ar y, of '. ne ^H eant - Tt ^ 0 d / lrl ! lounge if he is naive enough to blonde Miss Miller was the first erooe his way in there but it will | contestant in he pageant to re• - • - - • - - - ' ceive such sustained applause that she was called into the spotlight a second time. Miss Miller's victory last night followed her selection Wednesday night when she shared bathing suit honors with Eileen Henrv of Brooklyn, "Miss New York City." Rebecca Jane McCall, 18-year- old "Miss Arkansas" from Blytheville, Ark., took top honors last night in the bathing suit division. Miss McCall is to compete tonight in the talent dvision and is scheduled to sing a popular song. She appeared Wednesday night in the evening gown division. The 48 entries, representing 3' states and 11 cities, were dividec into groups of 16 to vie for honors in the talent, bathing suit anc evening gown divisions. The groups rotate during three nights of preliminaries with the finals scheduled for Saturday night. Yesterday's Stars By the Associated Press Jack Graham. Giants — hit two home runs, his second coming with j iwo on in the ninth, to beat the | Phils C-5. Augie Galan and Vic Lombard!, odgers — Lombardi blanked the raves 1-0 with three hits and jalan scored lone rune on seventh ining single, steal of second and ild pitch. Fred Hutchinson, Tigers — out- itched Bob Feller with 10-0, shut- ut victory over the Indians. Cass Michaels, White Sox—sin- led in Bob Kennedy with the run iat beat the Browns 4-3 in 11 in- ings. Jim Bagby, Red Sox—scattered ine hits effectively to blank the enators, 1-0. Clevelands speedball .king ihe worst beating of his major league career, 10 to 0. Currently fighting his worst slump, Feller yielded nine earned runs and 11 hits in the three and a third innings he survived before going down io hir. third defeat in a row and his sixth setback in his last seven starts. The proud king of the American on the pink elephant finds that he is not a room, he guest but a Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space" Cleaners HALL'S Hatter* 208 N. Ferguson Phone 7$ disciplined inmate, paying extra for certain restraints and responsibilities. He may not receve service, even so much as the salt, while Ollie Twitch and is Reefer boys are tearing the atmosphere to bleeding tatters from the plntform and some agile mugger with greased hair is twining a boneless female around his neck and exhibiting an impersonal patch of leg meat, hers. Having endured this for fifteen minutes, he is bv custom obliged to smack his "palms and risk an encore. Or he may find himself selected by a mind- reader or jovial pickpocket to leave his tasteless vittles and submit undor a spot-light to a quarter- hour of degrading embarrassment and bright banality, memorized from a script bought from the boy who runs the gents' room. At any rate, he must sit through I such violations of the peace and the dignified repose that the tavern normally owes him or go out foraging on the town, wait an hour I'or room service to bring him cold left-overs in his sleep-room ,or go Clyde Scott Put in 1-A by Union Draft Board Fayetteville, Si;pt. 6 — l/fi— Clyd Scott, former navy grid star nov with the University of Arkunsa Razorbacks, has been reclassifiei 1-a by his Union county clral board. He may appeal on grounds tha two years at the U. S. Naval oca demy should be considered a Lo bed hungry. " military service. The last is the best way. But The former Smackover, Ark even then he will turn on the dim high school athlete resigned iron little bed-light with the cockeyed the naval academy this sumrnc shade that clouds even that little light—the war, you know — and read the papers and smoke cigarettes until the degenerate howls of the hot jive from the Reefer boys and the braying of the baritone finally die away lunatic prattle of the amid the convention trado, at two in the morning. There was a time, not long ago, when the American notel was the proud abode of courtesy, comfort and quiet for the weary wayfarer. By delicate hints I have here tried to intimate that what was ain't. Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of ' printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W, SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner LAWNMOWERS Kepaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So, Main St. Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new and new beds made too — ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargain* In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 4115. Hotel and was married to the forme Miss Leslie Hampton of Lake Vi lage. Ark. He enrolled this monl at the University of Arkansas to continue his studies and athletic career. An appeal from the 1-a draft classification might delay possible induction until the 1940 football season ends. Scott is nursing a bone injury in one of his feet, received while playing with navy last season, Arkansas Head Coach John Barnhill said. Sewing Machines Call us for guaranteed Repair work on all makes machines. 23 Years Experience We cover buttons, make button holes and do hemstitching. We buy, sell and exchange machines. C. W, YANCEY Singer Dlst. 513 8. Walnut Phone 578-W Doug /"MTV Carl Bacon N^l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO, ^-for — House Industrial Wiring ' Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 Hove Your Discharge Copied for Furlough etc. 24 HOUR SERVICE Shipley Studio 220 So. Walnut Hope, Ark. GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop Equipment is no better than the man that uses it. For Your Repair Work, sec HOMER COBB Highway 67 Phone 57 NOTICE Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas WE • CLEAN 'EM • REPAIR 'EM • PAINT 'EM • ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM • RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New Custom- Made Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING AllGI's Interested in TRAINING Contact Vet Office or B. L. Rcttig at the airport • Fl'ght Instructions e Rides « Charter Trips HOPE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT Agent for SCAT Airline is for against every type of loss at 20% Less Our Companies Encli Year Return to Policyhplders Millions of Dollars in Savings! . Foster-Ellis MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Non-Assessable Legal Reserve 1ns Enct 2nd Phone 221 PIANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like new o Sounds like new • New guarantee If you are interested in buying a piano call or write One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO. "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." SIS Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. Bring Your Car -1 r DONT WAIT TILL VOl-'R CAR FALLS DOWN ON THE JOB/ It can put you in an awful fix. That's why we'd like a chance to get its minor disorders corrected RIGHT NOW! HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner k Phone 442 Friday, S^fcnbcr 6, BLONDIE MOfiE StAR, HOPS, ARKANSAS By Chick Youftq Five I SPILLED A WHOLE BUCKET OF REP PAINT < ^ WELL i ON MRS FUDDLE-)/ SHOULD AND SHE'S . S( THINK SHE HOPPING MAD. 1 MRS FUDDLE LOOKS TERRIBLE IN RED Xou SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith CARNIVAL By Dick Turner ft COPn. 1(HC BY NV, r,EM>ICC. IMC. T. U. RCC. U. S. PAT. OFF. '/-&' COPfi. 194C 0V NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. DEC. U. 5. PAT. OFF. <& S 1 if!? i!!;!^v^\^^Sr^^v!;3,i„ I . l ;!;;;; ^ K " r<1 ^ lo "t r 11 hoimi l<i , <lii ! ni ; r - o!<1 imi "« hi " l slopl hero, hull didn't!" ' SUS 1 JCC| m . v - wlk ' lj " s ^ « l'« rtl <I:1 - V sbviiiy o\'cr ;. FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberaer FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosscr 1C.I ^ k^miim.,.M ?^., "Pa! 1 LARP/YOU WERE SUPER. A MERE MOTH THE WAY YOU HANDLEP CAM see A ESPECIALLY I HAT BIRD -BRAIN/ WITH HIM OUT OF MY LIFE, D/ERY- EACH OTHEE. / SCHOOL TMIMS- FROM NOW OH AGAIN/ /STAKriMS- WILL BE HUNiKV AMD DORY ' WHAT ARE YOU DOING? ] SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY—IM itey/Ne TO COHR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. HAT. OFF. POPEYE Thimble Theater REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL. JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop t Body and Fender Shop t Complete Point Shop CASH ' n ""0 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your car, or almost any. thing of value. We'll lend you all you need if va possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you wanf the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the -cash. Ask for Mr. McLorty, at Hope Auto Co. HIS MAJESTy WILL. SEE YOl ANP I'LL CHOP yoURHOKAX BJB FEET OFF AT VOUR MECK IF YOU CALL ME "BLIB" S , M£Z| BUB , OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople ,A HE'S SORE V LET \ /THAT'S RIGHT-) \B } HIM BJT HE'S •PACKIM' UP ( GO-- (/ ONE OF TH' J \ IF VOL) WANT TH' 1 VERV WORST AP- VICE IM TH' WORLP, HIS TOOLS— 1 NEVER. \ BEST-- I-I'D ) \ CO TO GUYS WHO I BEGGED S BABV Ai OF ~U\-\~-S x \ ARE SUPPOSED AM'PLEAPEP ] "EM/ X v— 7— TH' V --^ TO BE DOIM' WITH HUM / SOU GOT MOT TO QUIT, BULL THINKS \( TH' SAME S.TH' WORLP OF HIM, -—- ARE ' w ,*'<H /^n '^>^ '"\\^ L-^/',-SNt • SUPPOSE X DID HAN e APPENDICITIS, BOTTl-t LOOKS SS OUTA F1R.E PLUGS-— I'D MEED A , MOT 3lS % SHO\^6 KO\\J I6NOR(\NT V ' YOU ARE.' T(\\S HERE'S ., fAEDICAL WATER FRO\V ^^ gULGAR|A,,FULLA RADlUNA AKf VlTANAlMT^-^SO STROMG IT'D MP\KE A RftBBlT PULL. A TIGER'S WHISKERS.?-— AMD OU DR. 3AKE IS SOi E AMURICPiM AGEMT INJ CKlE-F." VOU'RE A I ER DOCTOR, EH, 3AI«ie ? MEED A SA>\N ll^i YOUR. OFFICe. 3UST A . PUX\P/r^ FULL AFTER MEALS = OZARK IKE By RjttyjGotto, THE RES AM INFIELD^ POP-UK.,.£0 IT LOOKS 5 LIKE THE GRAY SOX ARE A CINCH FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP, AS THEY .£, LEAD BY , >>TWO RUNS/ FOUR. ..AND V^ THE BUGS NO HAVE MEN ON \ H-A ,"\ SECOND,"WITH ] %, ONE AWAY /r __2 A <L IN THE 4^ FIRST ANt> < rr" VIC FLINT By Michael O'Mallsy & Ralph JLone ~'"" •*" ~"' " " " - - -~ — - - - - - ••* 8ven in the warm September MARCIA'S CAR V n UP LATER \ CONTAIN SOMETHIUS , YORK/ DOH'T OPEN THAT BAG/ JUST WHERE WE 1 AND BRING IT J VERV PRECIOUS TO YOU, LErT IT, GROWL \ INTO TOWN. SISTER. IT'S NEVER VERY and from a distance, Nuffet Hill curiously evil and forbiddinf. fffitf^f^ r,t~ _ "' illMi'^ri. U 1 * ^ r.-J-ji*'"- •i.' 1 WASH TUBES M<E LOVATO HAS INCITED ~Y CERTWNW, WE TO STW HERE TONIGHT, / EfcSY. v 0 UU WR.M'KEE. HE VJILL BRING FIND US MvETO SAHTAF TOMORROW A DR. WE By Leslie Turner ' NOW, BACK TO VOURX PROBftBLS NOT? STORV...COULD THIS \ BUT FROM SECRET AND THE LAST CHICORRON'WED 'EFENDING ITS. 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