Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 31, 1946 · Page 7
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P»JWHIlWI'»bl**lW»''»»*«»MM**H^ *t*J*IHf*te*>*<fV**tianemri v,« i j^G^^svj.,,*, A ^ sl j r; „ . ., ,,"5£xsr- ,. IV >" f .*• six HOPR STA*, HO PR, ARKANSAS 31, , Oclotjpr 11, "•" •• '' '""• __ H 0 PIT S f A R, MOFfi, ARKANSAS SS/F/ED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Kiimber of One Three Six One® •— Words Day Days Days Month Up to 15 45 16 to;20 60 21 to 25 75 26 to 30 90 31 to 35...... 1.05 36 to *0 1.20 41 to 4y ..... 1.35 46 to 50 L50 .90 1 20 1.50 1.80 2.10 3.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Casn in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone Lost MALE 1RTS1T SETTER BIRD DOG 7 months old. Reward. Merlin Coop, Telephone 480 or 215-J. 29-31 BROWN JERSEY COW, SALES tag 784 in ear. Reward. Ivy Mnt- time chell. Community Ice Co. Plu.ne save Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 19-16 By King Features Syndicate. New York. Oct. 31 — Resuming his role of .kihnny Appleseed, this ORTS ROUNDUP! '^ ^_ i^^__i M *^ ^ - -* ^M _ . j ant'; ntercpe :ve o •-••••-- ------- _- uin's passes last Sunday, it tells it, but the best Fordlu.m u- he first time in Sid's big '.cents still come from the Pcnnsyl- New York. Oct. :il — (A 1 )— When • Ilio Giant'; intercepted :!ive of Hid way t.uckn' was the . loague "ootball career an opposing I vanin coal l».im Mad snatched more vhan throe of his tosses . . . And io show how the New York defense was working, ten different players Dmmbeater Bill AleCiiloiigh 44. as a man without a that the Communists party alone For Sale THREE BEAUTIFUL CHINESE Chows, 1 eleven months old, 1 2'/> yr old. male. 1 2M> year old female bred. Well sell cheap, See Wade Warren. 25-6t SIX NEW INNERSPRING MAT- tresses. Martin Mattress Co. Phone 119-_ 30-3t GOOD PAIR GENTLE MULES, weight 1100. age 5 years. New chain harness. 7 miles out on Rosston road, H. E. Patterson, Emmet. Rt. 1. 29-31 ALMOST NEW GOO: 10 CENTURY tire between Gib Lewis garage 29-31 I find him almost good enough i'or them. Henry Wallace told a gathering of Negroes in Los Angeles that "big manufacturers" oppose , »i •* .r r~\ T-» t HlHl ul ti ltitlllHl*lljlllI*-lO UIJI./M.tv and Archer Motor Co. Reward F .E.P.C. and "strictly /rom dol Phone E. L. Archer at 833. 31-3t |lar motives , the most ignoble mo- PAIR OF BLACK HORSE MULES. live of all.' smooth mouth. Weight 800 and! 1000 pounds. Reward for infor-' ns Speculation on New Year's Bowl Games Los Angeles, Oct. 30 —Of}— Football observers here, generally taking it for granted a Pacific Coast- F.E.P.C. is a device, disguised iui niui- ' a proposal to forbid racial clis- M^Vun'^'Fi.'i'hon"' cl ' m ' nat ' on '" employment, vvhero- ' ' 31-3t|ky an employer might be forced " to hire and retain a la/.y, incompe- ilent, dishonest and generally pesli- jfeious Negro, because he was a Negro, and in spite of that individual's faults, to the exclusion of a competent and virtuous while \yorkcr. On .the precedents established under the Wagner act, all such faults might be acknowledged and Ihe employer still would be forbidden to reject or .-'ire this in- caught Rear passes. When a team is clicking through Ihe air, one or I wo men usually ;lo most of \he receiving Word "rom Georgia 1 is thai C, Trippi and Co. may be knocked off by Alabama Saturday but only if they're overconfident. Pardon My Accent Jack McCrane of Teancck, N. J., and Lou Viau of New Orleans, stars of the Kings Point :.'oolball veam, are pals bul Jacn apparently hasn'i caught Lou's southern drawl . . . '•' last week's Fo'-dham game, Me- Crane downed a Ram back with a » u.:i ' s i-'i-ie . . . -"•'-' ,'^e ••ilnigglod to his feet, the Forhomite re One-Minute Sports Page Honey Russell, coach of the Boston basketball Celtics, is called "profesor' by his players be- dividual who would sealed in time for the next New Year's Day, or wifi the honeymoon battle have to wait until 1948? F.IVE ROOM HOUSE. GOOD condition. Big corner lot. Plenty of outlet. C. W. Yancey, 513 South Walnut. Phone 573-W. 29-6t 80 ACRE FARM, 3 ROOM HOUSE, outbuildings. Team and all farming implements. Polly Moody, Emmet, Rt. 1. $1,700 cash. 29-6t wut .lui-uuii jusisieu n uuuiu, HIK^O,,^ iu«i ,..,,j~. ,1 « -u? ~ • «, the Big Nine accelerated its ma-'- board> llal under ho Wagner act TWO'ROW JOHN DEERE TRAC-1 chinery for'ganing approval of ihe j an em P lo >' ec could nol be clis- fnotinn in«i«toH it ™nir! :5 iu?|tion in favor of Ihe Negro gainst the white person. The Labor Relations Board held, thc federal courts upheld the marked: "You cause he has a J:!. S. degree iVrim Setoh Hall and a master's degree from N, Y. U. — and probably a third degree from the original Celtics . . . Lice Bee Wright, -..'ormer high ranking welterweight, Js making Harrisburg, Pa. ,his headquarters since he left thc army and is due to fight Henry Jordan there xo- night. Wright had to send clear vo Baltimore for a fresh supply of «:navrin? partners after stiffening five while training for this tilt . . . When Bill J-Jrenzel wound up vhc spison Vis manrigpr of 'the Pocatello. Idaho, Cardinals, the fans gave him a testimonial dinner and "You all?" Jack replied. "I'm the only guy who Uic- tackle prettvla check for $300 to pay xhe hotel " bill he Incurred whcm Me couldn't kled you." Well, thats the _ _ incur find a hiiuse or apartment i'or his family. Rated Week's Top Player tor, middle burster, breaking plow, mower, disc and cultivators. J. O. Johnson, Jr. Columbus, •_ 30-3t 12' CYPRESS BOAT WITH 5 H.P. outboard motor. May be seen at ' Hempstead County Lbr. Co. 30-3t FALL CABBAGE PLANTS. SEE Monts Seed Store. 31-6t ONE PAIR COMPUTING SCALES, good condition. One cold drink box, size 7 case. Apply Little Food Palace, Main at 12th. 31-3t NICE FIVE ROOM HOUSE. proposal— which apparently origi- J nated members in the conference. The proposal must then be to among ^ certamj^ " t hc prime reason for dismiV- I sal was the emoloyce's unionism. By TED MEIER New York, Oct. 30 (/P) —Windell Williams, end on the Rice Uni- vei sity :-.'cotball team, injured his the record O n me lecorq, one board could go into the cm- ankle in practice a week ago. It ' " ' valid reasons i didn't look like he would play mind, normally cial high In both conference and in- Uustifv- diiehnr- of tpr-pnlipsintp rirflpis m-pdintprl -np ljusiuy Cliscnaige OI uttyTeaSs 0 woul^c^on'u In gen-! f" dt ,™ u ^pme em are sufficient lo worthless ulty eral. aeUon owa be taken byjhe second or tn.rd '""" "««""-•""•••- -.iTiployee. and cle- ** jtermine that the employer sccret- , r desired to punish the subject for " : -~ a union man or for exhorting against Texas. Yerger Tigers Play Nashville Here Tonight Final preparation is complete for the gridiron match between Nashville and Yerger Tigers, lo- night at Ihe Hope High School stadium." The kickoff is 8 p.m. The west booth and west side of the-stadium will be reserved "But he staved with the team's I for white visitors and the easl Irish, Notre Dame Expect Little Trouble This Week New York, Oct. :!1 —(/I 1 )— Anny mid Noire Untno. marking lime vin- til their bit; name here .Nov. 0, u>- day wprf' established .'is overwhelming favorites lo howl over VVest Virginia and Nnvy by .lopsided margins tills iHalurd.iy. In the point lino ijivcn out today, the Cartels were : igured '10 point choices to demolish ihe Mountaineers while Notre Dame wiis iitted Uli 1-1! points boiler II i an Navy. Jn the South, unbeaten and mi- lied Georgia, wus given a seven point cclye over onee-botitcn Ala- Uania but Ihe inter •• conference clash between Georgia Tech of ihe Southeastern and Duke of die Southern was considered a xoss-up. Jn the Midwest, Indiana was given a 20 point edge over Pittsburgh in a non-league joust; Illinois was 6 1-2 over Iowa; Wisconsin 10 over Purdue; Michigan 1(! over Minnesota; Northwestern 7 over Ohio State; Detroit 7 over M;ir- quette;. Missouri 1- 2 over Nebraska, and Oklahoma A. & M. 13 1-2 over Kansas. Uice. .surprise conqueror of Texas, was listed I ;il-2 points choice over Texas Tech, one of ihe top Southwestern clubs, in other Southwestern tilts Texas A. & M. rated i-iym points over Arkansas, Texas 14 1-2 over Southern Methodist, Oklahoma 1-1 over Texas Christian and Tulsa 19 over Cincinnati. SPONSORED SHOW George Washington sponsored t America's first aeronautical show ' Jean Pierre Btanchaid, French bal- | loonist, under the patronage of the President, made an ascent in Philadelphia on Jan. 0, 1703. although the flight was a success, the show was a dismal failure, due to poor ticket sales. BLONDIE tfy Chk-t roun<i 1 MADE IT TO -HUIff J. THOUGHT KEEP THE LIGHT p-VOL) WERE OUT OF MV *r"\ .A LADV EVES WHEN ) , <f BURGLAR VOL) READ MIND MVST6RV SIDE GLANCES Bv Gaibraith CARNIVAL By Dick Turner ESSENTIALS JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. Phono 616-617 week in Novembe else Oie , lor the point of reason had D Coast Conference might find itself I? ° >e out on a limb in signing an out- be ! ng , standing team from other regions \ °' lly t» become an active nuisance '" LUli £LV£, itSJUm riUUbJl,. |-"""-""& >••-...... ^uni umci i<_-t;iuu;> i a im i on -Hrif-itnr In nriilopl him close in. Excellent neighborhood. l"ot already snapped up by rival i^,. a uni °" <'K u ' lt ° l lo PK.lotl ll1 " 1 immediate possession. A. H. Eversmeyer. 31-K bowls. BABY BUGGY, - PRE-WAR, IN good condition: See W : C. Johnson, 606 South Hamilton. 31-3t ihe Big Nine Dec. H. And if • • • 1 things out hero continue according : ONE 7 WEEK OLD REGISTERED to' form, the far west's Rose Bowl • Black male cocker spaniel. Call 114-J or 493. 31-3t 120 ACRES LAND IN SEC. 24, Twp. 14. range 25, about 12 miles south of Hope joining Buck Martin on the North. Write John W. Turner, Kilgore, Texas. 31-12t BABY STROLLER AND BUGGY for sale at 803 East Division. Phone 239. 31-3t Notice MATERIALS ARE GOING HIGH- er every day. Have your mat- tress'made'over now. Write or ohone Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Pick-up aacl deliver anywhere. Phone 34-J'-2, Hope, Ark. 7-lm Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- netian Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds and awnings. Write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17th St. Texarkana, Texas. 15-lmo For Sale or Trade contender should be decided when undefeated University of California at Los Angeles and Southern Cali- Negroes who know that inass- uction employers arc absolutely color-blind, and second, ventures close to blasphemy against a motive sanctified by his" late chief. Mr. Big, who borrowed ihe morals fornia, beaten twice, once in con- ' vn 'j ° lg ; llw A 10 unrrowctl the morals ference ulav. meet Nov. 23 ? nd mc . ll ?«ds_ ot J. Rufus Walling- Legol Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Iford to bilk John Hartford of :;;l9fi- . IQOO and Jesse Jones of :J4,OOf) in i the historic case of Elliott Roose] veil's S200.0QO bite. Not only in his , son's case but in all 'iis own financial dealings. President Roose- Notice is hereby given that I will'^ 1 ' revealed a high _respect sell 'at public auction to the highest and best bidders, at the home place of the late Fred W. Bell, at 10:30 a. m. on Thursday, November 7, 1946, the following described personal property: Farm implements, carpenter tools, household goods, jersey cow, two heifers, chickens, hogs, and all household goods and personal effects owned by the late Fred W. Bell and located on said farm. This sale will be conducted near the Tom Landees Store, which is j located on Highway 29 about ten miles south of Hope. The terms of s'ale are cash. Frank J. Hill Public Administrator Oct. 24 and 31. the dollar motive, and his personal and political household reverently restrained any impulse to 'flout the master's teachings. So Mr. Wallace] here propounds a heresy 'that :TUV ' damn well wreck 'the cult, him anathemati/ed tav and . r ;ot Elliott, Ickes. The prejudice Jimmy and Harold T,.. of white against ONE TON AND V>. INTERNATION- al KSo truck. 26,000 miles. What•ley Service Station, East Div. & Hazel. - " 29-3t SAWMILL FOR SALE OR TRADE in first class condition. A. G. Martin, 404 West Ave. G. 29-3t Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI. ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61. 23-2mo ".-'.• 'REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) It No Answer Phone 3158-R R. Herndon Photographer First National Bank Bldg. Second Floor PHONE 493 or 114-J PORTRAITS ' Commercial and Advertising PHOTO COPIES Discharges - Legal Documents 24 Hour Service Good hearing at low cost! Radionie Hearing Aid You owe it to yourself and your family to improve poor hearing now ... it costs so little. Super-Powered Model With new Neutral Color Earphone and Cord. Model A-3-A, complete Model B-3-A Bone Conduction for those requiring it. Standard Model A-2-A for average hearing loss. Accepted by American Medical Associ- 'tUion Council on Physical Aletlicins John P. Cox Drug Co. We Give Eagle Stamps black, and vice versa, c-crlainly :io localized and artificial plague of General Motors, Ford or ;my other industrial empire, is no less a nuisance to these soulless corporations than it is the black man's woe. It was hare long before ;Hucle- baker wrought his :'irst buggy wheel and it is the sin .not of om ployers as such, whether .r!reat or small, but of Mr. Wallace's own protege, the common man. It is he, the common man, and ihe j common black man .-is v/oll as the faceless anonymity of the pitiK and sallow breeds, wno .'<eepii a brick behind the clock and provocations on the tip of his tongue c.nri, if Mr. Wallace h-'d the virtue of .iinccr- ity, he might do some good and leave a footprint in the .sands In- telling the muckers so to their faeces on his travels. The Detroit riots and oilier occasional terrors always arc attribut- Irainer for hours on Wednesday, Thursday and .Friday determined to play. He achieved his objective in such startling' :*ashion that iO- day he was selected as ihe "lineman of the week" in this fourth Associated Press poll of the season. Able to play only on the offense i his ankle wasn't strong enough to stand battering on defense) Williams caught two touchdown passes. On the nvst touchdown he ran into a fence and hurt his wrist so badly he had to leave. But later he came back to snare ihe pigskin for his second TD, a ;'eat ihat tumbled Texas out of vhe unbeaten and untied ranks in a major grid upset. Williams thus joined Walter "Piggy" Barnes. of Louisiana Slate; Burr Baldwin, UCLA; nnd Scrnie Gallagher, of Pennsylvania, who gained the lineman award in previous weeks. Another end, Dick Hagcn, of ihe University of Washington, gained high praise from Calil'orni's coach, /rank Wickhorst. All afternoon he ivas iho j'it'th jnan :n California's '.lackiicld. spilling thc Bears' backs tor huge losses. Boh Leonetti and Ed Hoyston, Wake Forest guards, sparked the Deacon line in Wake Forest's upset win over Tennessee while Bryant Meeks, South Carolina center,, again played his usual fine gamo.'- The '.'ompU'tu Jist of )ineinen ; iiomintfd: i Ends •- Williams, Rice. Wilson, Southern Mothotlis 1 ;. McClurkin,. Auburn, Fellers, Georgia, Poole, Army Steckroth, William and Mary. Zat!;off, Illinois. Hagen, Washington. Edwards, Georgia. Tackles — Connor, Notre Dame. Davis, Georgia Tech, Stautzenber- 3cr, Texas Aggies. Ferrero, ijoulh- si'de and north booth will be used by the negro spectators. The local Tigers have been put through a tough drill. All reserves have been bidding for a chance to play in the homecoming match Thusday night. Christian. Frb.zcll, Tulsa. Hilkene, Michigan. Boensch. Stanford. CJreenc, Tulsa. Guards—Wright, Southern Melh- idist. ; Leonetti. Wake Forest. Cooke, Virginia Tech. Royston, vVakc Forest. Centers — Bedmarik. Pennsylvania. Duke. Georgia Tech. Meeks. South Carolina. .'rn California, icuisiana State. Ed Champagne, Edwards , Texas QOSCK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising f ram STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID FreeBookTellsofKomeTreatmentthat Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing Over (wo million bottlos of theWILLARD TI{ K ATM BNThavo been sola for reliefer ed to some elusive dark force, .sug-' symntomsorilSstreasarisIngfrfaiuSlontach gested by Communist cartoonists ! S?.I lD ni«r?i nl » <Jl c <irs duo to E «««A«i<i— with thc pot-bellied figure under a V ^S^^L^ n ^A^l^. Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christinas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space" Cleaners HALL'S Hatters HUGH i. HALL, Owner 308 N. Ferguvon Phon« 7* plug hat or a cloud of swastikas. Actually they are always touched I off by angry ignoranti. the vnan in the street, the malevolent brute below the social and spiritual plane of the American opelvins who mobbed Ihe Spclvins, dumped their cars at. the factory sales and vandalized their homes <n vhe organizing days of Ihe C. I. O. These are distinctly Henry Wallace','; own people, Ihe element who makes .it (necessary .to maintain armed police in every American village, and it is they who tell the "bis manufacturers" not -;o put Negros alongside them at work, to segregate thorn in separate -washrooms and Jim-Crow them Jn \he cafeterias and neighborhoods. To a manufacturer in a big way of business, a hand is a hand, without distinction except as to efficiency. He deals in Iho'nsanc''; and he deals, not with the individuals ,but with the great padrones of Ihe I CIO unions who send him whom 1 they will, not whom he might want. Actually, the employers !'ike H so, or would like it if Ihe unions were honest and efficient in -iher own work, for then the employers would he relieved of the problems of friction that slioulrJ be settled in the halls and councils of ihe unions. They don't want to both-1 er with personnel relations and! would gladly deal with the help as they do with machinery and. vo vhe extent that conditions permit thorn to. they do. This nviy be horridly piaelical and impersonal, but Henry Wallace was one of vhoso | who would have il so in upholding Wagner's law and the bloodless j unionism whereby the employer js i forbidden io get personal with -.he •people and Ihe union jealously jl-'ikes responsibility :'or ;heir hiring i and regards their social and politi- ! cal life as exclusive union business. If Negroes were perceptibly .superior or more desirable in ,a::.y way, the "big mar.iil'rictiirer" v.nnir.l iv glad to discriminate in favor .of Netjioos and again:! wnitc men, for all he wants is results lor his money. If he shows anv vjreferenro at a!!, if he indicates' ihat a .'ily -white personnel- is preferable In a clioeker-board staff, that is because he )-,.-is the intelligence vo realize 1h:jt mixing causes ir>->- lalion, which in turn, causes inefficiency. But the faull here is not his but the common man's again. o Banana oil is made from potatoes, beets and grains. HONOR HIS NAME John Marshall, former U. S. chief justice, was born in V/est Virginia, on the site of what now is Marshall College, named in his honor. Doug /""ITV Carl Bacon V*l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repair* Phone 784 SIGNS and Spray Painting Buildings • Houses Barns; • Vehicles • Etc. Waller & Waf 38- Phone 710-W or 194-W Hope, Ark. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixture! Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. OUR j- ! MUST BE OF THE BEST/ C MUST BE, because thaj's o „ tradition with this com,- '* pony. MUST BE, because that's what you expect when you drive in here. ; MUST BE, because that's a co'ndition on which we have hired every member of our service-wil-h-a-srrile staff. OUR MOTTO IS ,; "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 corn. IMP ay NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. nco (f COPR. 1916 BY NEA SERVICE! WC. T. M. DEC. U. S. PAT. OFF "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd 4 Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner cluo to Excess Aclil. Sold on 15 clays' trial I Ask tor "Willard's Wastage" whicll fully '.'splalnstUu treat mom— free—at BYER'S DRUG STORE McCaskill: McCASKILL DRUG COMPANY CALL 119 Let us help you with your bed- din'g troubles. We make new or renovate any kind, or size of mattresses. 1 Day Service in Hope MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We Sell Sleep" 921 W. 3r'J St. Phone 119 Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH &. ACCIDENT ASSO. Omaha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 952-J 1013 W. 5th St. OPEN YOUR OWN STORE! "The National Successplan assures independent operators of home and auto stores unusual earnings on minimum investments. Franchise available for several cities in this area. For complete information write or wire: National Home and Auto Stores Southwest Division-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. " Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little... Rock, Shreve'port Taxarkana Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Conlractincj nncl Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main Street COMPLETE RADIO, SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new $3 Down — Balance Weekly ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 41 IS. Hovel GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop equipment is no better than the man that uses it For Your Repair Work, see HOMER COBB 67 Phone 57 CASH V S> , s fi°9 (1 - lo oking, but be careful—she's the ran i who wan s to know if you wouldn't like to sneak to kn parents about your engagement if you so much ts Z^j i her hand I" "Personally I kiiula gol a soft spot i'or the old days when •we used to have a ear in every garage instead ot' a familv!" "--' 11 Minutes! FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberaer JRECKLtj AND HIS By Blosscr Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you wanr the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. ' Ask for Mr. McLarty, at Hope Auto Co. «?', I ,' I 11 Now you can have ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHS made of You and Your Loved Ones By ARTIST Photographers The Shipley Studio 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. Kodak Developing Printing Enlarging See Us For . INSURANCE Our Companies Give You Complete Protection Plus 20% Return Dividend on the Cost of Your Insurance. Fire Tornado Casualty Automobile Real Estate List Your Property for Sale with Us. We have 25 applicants for homes In Hope. Also ,rhany calls for farm property, F||ter - Ellis Re^ffEstate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division Si. Mechanics: CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAMI* • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop WANTED White Oak Logs LEAVING- THE SOVSSTRAMD-I ROGER! WE ED AT LARKSPUR OUGHT / HAD TD PCCVE TO BE A LESSOW / OMCE ANP TO THETM ' , -, ' FOR ALL THAT WOiTM CAM OUTSMART MEM ANY AMD SOMETIMES VVOMEM CAN'EVEM OUT-SMART WOMEN/ "It's one of our do luxe credit models—when Hie nay? .nicnls urcn'l kept up, it-walks back lo us!" POPEYE ,_—-" //•:;;///// i ' \\ COPIf 1'J'lfi BV NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. Thimble -theater MUST STALL! \ MUST USE LONG LIVE KING PEPPER SW-fJ FINISHING. THEXSHOULP. e MAW£ THE ^ NEW WELLrjKIREVOLUnOMISTS ff!! r^K. HIM UNTIL FDP£V5 FINISHES THE v ^ANV FURTHER ON THE REVOLUTION, 7 NEW WELL// OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* OUR BOARDING HOUSL With Major Hoople and Clear and Cleon Overeup Oak Logs and Heading Softs Post Oak logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkonsai PARTS OUR BODY SHOP IS FAMOUS • FOR ITS FINE WORK : COMPLETE BODY SERVICE WAMTED VOU V^GOOD GA'AJSH.' WELL, I TO SEE THIS- / X.MOW THAT WOM'T.' THE! VOL) SA1P \ CAM PUT SUGAR AT A MOTHIM' GROWS } IJESK BUT THEY CAN'T ABOVE TIMBER. L MAKE HIM FUMCTIOM— LlrOE/ r--^ 1 THEY DIDN'T KETCH A HIM VOUMe- EMOUOM.'/ •! Best available parts stock to From simple dents and iouch-ups serve you better. to wreck jobs and repainting. PAINT EXPERIENCED MEN ; Carefully matched by expe- Using latest tools and service ricneed craftsmen who give you methods assure the best ji^b-in a finish like new. minimum lime. • • INSURANCE companieii prefer our body and paint shop because we 4o good work at fair prices. IMMEDIATE SERVICE" \Ve are a^ain able t<O;ive you fast, efficient service Free estimates. : Hempstead Motor Co. 319 S. Walnyt Service Dept. 417 : M/VJE HIR.T (>f^,^M<e 3UST AR&VOU DOli^ UP AT r ( O'CLOCK iM THE^-VO VOU O\W 50 CEMTS V^H THREATENED TD CALL TOOAV • HetA, 1H % RIBBER, VOL), MARTH rAOPE,FACT IS X PRON\\SED TO TA A PAR.T^ FRON\.Tl-\6 OLD LADIES* ON A THE UOKJEUV PEAI< OtvlEr FICTION FOF?. OCTOBER- OZARK IKE By Ray GoHft TH' FATPIELD-M C BATT FEUD ENDED WHEN TH' B'ARSKIN DISAPPEARED DINAH...SO NOW Wt NERVES STAND QUIET, MISTUH M'BATT SUMTHINS GOTTA HAPPEN By Michael G'MaHev & Raich Lane Ohey put Janet to bed and I talked to Mrs.'Lilt alone. IT, WHAT'VtAPPENED AT THE WELt'THAT CUP PAID $10,000 TO KEEP QUIET? SECOND, WHO KNEW ENOUGH ABOUT THE WELL INCIDENT TO BLACKMAIL HIM? -, MR. FLINT YOU'LL EXCUSE I'M GOING TO HAVE TO REPORT YOUR SON CLIP'S DISAPPEARANCE POLICE, MRS. LILT. NOW THERE ARE TWO BITS IF INFORMATIOI-1 Tl WOUID BE HELPFUL JUST BS6VH.' CLIPS COME t. FLINT BLACKMAILER'S 5 MONEY WASH TUB3S By -<:s!ie Turner ROM THE r OVJE WICIEOTTRML WMD5 OVER THE LWft INFO A. TURN ASH&RP BEND IN THE-CWK.M, BIWES! LOOlC'fST BUT -WE'VE . GOT TO BE F?EfSDV FOR ' TROUBLE! IF (AOCHO \S !' SPUTS THS MESf, WML SO STIU...SUREL' NO.UW1NS.SOL) By Walt Disney DONALD DUCK hi Kiel H Bv Curl Anderson CAUL, n lOONi Bv V. T. 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