Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 7, 1946 · Page 6
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** i tiws6»fHwm k «*sw'^**w»*«^^ """"" " "" IV- 1 ' f t Six HOP* STAR, H Off, ARKANSAS Tfnimby, Mov«mti/»r 7, CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication NumWrof One Three SLx . One © W6"rd3 Day Days Days Month. Up,to 15 .45 .90 1.50 OO'] ~- — 1.20 1.50 16 fa 2Q ...... 60 21 gbs ...... 75 K ttf,&L .90 1.80 W to 35 ... 1.03 3.10 38. to «0.... 1.20 2.40 4J to 4J .. . 1.35 2.70 <8 fo 50 . 1.50 3.00 Elates are for • Continuous *" Insertions Only • AU Want Ads Casn m Advance • Not Taken Over th» Phone _ 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 . 8.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Sale 120 "ACRES LAND IN SEC. 24, Twp. 14. range 25, about 12 miles south of Hope, joining. Buck Mar- tin oa the North. Write John W. Turner, Kilgore, Texas. 3M2t RE-CONDITIONED WOODSTOCK typewriter. Hope Coca-Cola Bottr ling Co. Phone 992. 5-3t NEW 5 ROOM-HOUSE WITH bath, just outside city limits on Proving Ground road. Clyde 1 Smith, 715 West 5th'St. Telephone USED 1 AUTOMOBILE RADIO. SEE E. E. Rogers, Hope Auto Co. .5-3t BABY BED .AND MATTRESS . baby buggy, Also battery char ger (1 to '12 at-same time). See at 7-15 West k -r>ivision. 5-3 Notice ALL KINDS OF SEWING ALTER-1 ations and children clothes included. The Better Made Shop where prices are reasonable. Next door to the Barlow Hotel. Mrs. John Clark and Mrs. Pink Taylor. , G-3t Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- netian Blinds, wood or metal, ------ an d awnings. Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Feature* Syndicate. The Catches of the Season New York, Nov. 7 Among the reasons why the voters turned against the New Deal, even ignoring idolatrous invocations of the Hyde Park h:int, was a dawning realization that, from Roosevelt himself down to the honorary bleeding-hearts of the night-side in New v ° , - . the cham- Wonted to Buy country, at Newport of old or at .Palm Beach in the spectacular ini 6 ..is of the prohibition era. were WE BUY. HOUSEHOLD FURNI-1 more extravagant scenes of indiil- ture, one piece or more. Anyigence and luxury enacted than in amount. What have you? Phone'Harry Hopkins' wedding party or 61. . 23-2mo (Marshal Field's debut at the Slal- —— ~ 'ler in Washington, whereby the little man who isn't there introduced himself to the ink-st-iined wretches of the .fourth estate. These were not exceptional, but typical, as Elliott Roosevelt reveals in his memoirs, which bear a certain resemblance to "Ten Nights in a Barroom." Merriman Smith, the While House Rent ••»«••• FOUR ROOM HOUSE, ELECTRI- city and gas, close in. On Lewisville Ill-way. Immediate posses- -sion. Phone 5fi9-.I. 5-3t 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- j correspondent of the United Press, ment, 2 miles out on highway 4. (in "Thank You. Mr. President," 'Phone 29-J-21. ' 6-3t Ithc frankest and most informative 1946 LONG -WHEEL BASE DODGE ' truck, low mileage, Five 800:25 tires'; new. "Phone 5G9-J. . 5-3 BEAUTIFUL 4' .ROOM HOME. Priced fo sell. Fletcher Easterling, Phillips' addition,::; 6-6t SEVEN ROOM. H O U S E, 402 North Hervev. newly papered and painted, lot .70, ,X,150, you can move in. .Priced to sell. Floyd Porterfield. 6-6t 33%-ACRES, WOOD LAND OFF of See L. A. Stanley, 'Highway 4, 2 miles highway 29. 8 miles south Hope.^ Some good 1 timber, University Cage Schedule Is Announced Fayetteville, Nov. 1946-baseball schedule including •;iof the memory-books to date, tells us Hint Roosevelt was a regal bellow and gives us a view of revolt- .-'ing-drunkenness among the inourn- 'iing members of his official houso- . ihold on the train returning irom his funeral. These were the scl£- j-less anonymities of the palace. Here are selected quotations from Elliott's story of the travels which tore him away from the war ,to attend his father at his great G^— WP)— A conference among the potentates: :»,-. i, uJ :» >-f Oft' i.^^^_i_i_?i —i -iiT-i i i A. : Outstanding 4-H Club • Youngster Jack Grayson, of BUiCf City, has been nniTicd outstanding 4 • H club boy of the 20 counties which comprise the southwestern district of the state, D. S. Lnntrip, stntc Young Mofher Held on Charge of Slaying Army Discharges Out of Line as Early at 1943 Fnirfield, 111., Nov. 7—MV-Mrs. I Washington, Nov. 7 —</IV Lols Wilson, iitlracliv.c, iM-yoar-old' Ooii. klUoU D. Cooke said mother of two small children, WHS (/I')~ Di la club agent, announced November 2. Saturday, Records of 4- H boys throughout the district, sent in by county agents, were compared by state staff members of the Extension Service of the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture. The roc- oid of the Nevada county boy, sent in by County Agent G. E. Tanner, showed achievements which won for him first place in the district. "Cocktail glasses clinked and the games and participating in ihe ; air buzzed with heavy talk"; "Fa Kansas' City Big Six tournament ther remarked that there had Was announced today by the Uni- j seemed to be 365 toasts — "• "At edst of''Hope; 6-61 '•WESTERN' 1 ' 'SADDLE, PRACTI- cally new. Phone (day) 58. Night 215-W. Newt Pentecost. - 6-3t ONE PRACTICALLy NEW 1946 ton and halt" Studebaker truck. Stake body,> 8:25 tires,-See Buck Williams,..--— •-- 6-tf COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FURNI- tnre -for 3 rooms, H. P. Page, versity of Arkansas. The Razorbacks, who At I the prime ministers birthday din- began ner, once more tne Russian cus- practice this week, will tana-le with I torn, everyone toasting everyone New- York University in Madison J else, was observed and .1 am afraid Squ-are Gatden Dec. 17 and haveUhat accurate count was lost. I do their- usual Southwest Conference j remember Stalin's cheeful habit oi Phone 29-J-21. 6-3t EEGISTERED SADDLE FILLY, 3 years old, partially trained, very gentle. Also several registered Jersey cows and 3 star bull and Registered Jersy bull "calves. E. C. Atkins, Chidester, Ark. 6-3t card of 12 games. touching the glass of everyone in The schedule released today by \ whose name we were drinking. And Head Coach Gene Lambert: ! Father paid tribute to the huge Dec. 4—Tulsa University at Fay-.| Red Army that was . . . rolling * — •••"-•• ' ' l the Nazi war machine steadily at|back"; "There was :io conversation without a drink. The only way Dec. 12-14—Big SLx tournament we talked was through the medium at Kansas Citv. ;of Droposing -a toast. If your stay- Dec. 17—NYU at New York City .'ling* power is good it develops into Dec. 21—St. Joseph's College at;quite a lot of fun"; "Stalin stuck etteyille*. Dec. 7—Springfield Teachers Joplin, Mo. Real Estate for Sale NICE LOT 90 FT. FRONT WITH . five room" house 'needing repair. '»--'-«- —'- 'pi-ice "$2,500,;.'Floyd }uick sale Jdrterfield. .SIX ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, Hardwood floors, walking distance. Price $5,500. $3,000 cash, balance like rent. Floyd Porter- Philadelphia. Jan. 4—Pittsburg Teachers Pittsbur*- Kans John McQuinn, left, takes 13-yard pass from Nick Scarinty in end zone for Wake Forest's'second and. winning touchdown in smashing 19-6 upset of Tennessee. WincleU Williams takes 10-yard pass from Virgil F.ikenberg in end zone, out of reach oC defender Jim Canacly, for Rice's second touchdown in Texas' spill from rank* of unbeaten and .untied. SPORTS ROUNDUP -It iMh S. ft&Mtan, A. © held in the Aync county jail without bond on n charge of murdering In the shooting of her husband after, authorities suid, her -three year nkl son told them "Mommy shoot him." Coroner Walter A. Young said authorities hnd questioned vhe boy, Linden Wilson, about the shooting iftor his mother said her husband '..eon, 29. was wounded Mitaily yes- .erdiiy when :i sliotuun uncharged uccidcntully \vhile one of vheir children was playing with it. State's Attorney Virgil K. Mills, who filed the murder warrant, said Wilson, mi oil xiolct worker, apparently was killed by a shotgun blast as lie lay asleep in, bed. book published today the livestock shows during his club career. This year he'won second place in competition with 70 exhibits in the Nevada county hybrid corn show. His coin exhibit was a comparison of hybrid and open • pollinated cm. Jack has served as piusiclcnt of the Nevada County 4-H Council. He attended five county rallies during the last five years and attended state camp at Fayet leville this year. He has been ac live through his club in scrap and War Bond Drives. . The winner will be among the approximately 200 outstanding 4- H club boys and girls who will be honored at the Arkansas' first slate i Achievement. Banquet to be held in I Little Rock November 20. The Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation. Aikansas Chain Stores Council and the Arkansas Council of Home Dem onslration Clubs are sponsors of the event. learned early in 1!)4H ih.'it nearly as many men were being charged for real or feigned abilities ns wore boini; :'nductpd. Most of th<; dischprHes wen.' 'or neurotic and psychotic ;itiloetions and i an "well up Into six ilipiires," Coolcc aid in .his book ontitlcd "All But Me And Tlio," published'! by the Infantry Journal press, <a Cooke suid ho roporlud xo Gch.''*'•" George C. Marshall, chief of staff, ' " that among those 1 discharged psychonourotics, some were Coring irom omolional disturb ances caused by combat, but to 90 percent wore "just deadbests—men who learned to teigh symptoms arid cal discharges :'nr physical abilities." "Current calculations iniiiciiu;,.,, •; that not less than *10 perc.ont " of" all men tlrnwini! pensions physical disability are NP he wrote. "Certainly not more than 10 of that -10 per cont could 'oossibly, have scon combat. Right more than 100,000 men are drawing compensation because of being nervous in the service,' and the cnst of our people is well up into millions." Jack Grayson i.to vodka; once he tilled my glass; attjf it was anything less than 100 proof I do not wish to be offered Jan. 10-11— Rice at Fayetteville the real thing"; "By _and large, I jstuck to champagne, Reeling .that . Jan. 17-18—Texas Christian Fort-Worth- (.C). at jAmerictfh honor was 1 "Thanksgiving dinner at stake"; coulb not Jan. 22— Oklahoma A. & M. at have-been more pleasant; Tarawa title Pock. and Makin, with terrible cost, were Jan. - .24—Oklahoma A. & M. at behind us ;over Europe, our air Oklahoma City. Feb. -1—Arkansas State Teachers at Fayetteville'. Feb.. 7-8—Baylor at Fayetteville armadas were daily growing in West Point, N. Y., Nov. 7 ~-(/P) Although you can't pen it down vo any definite words, you get the idea up here that Earl (Red). Blaik, the Army coach, is more than a trifle annoyed at the bearish tactics adopted by his rival. Frank Leahy, in leading up to Saturday's tussle at Yankee Stadium . . . Leahy flatly predicted an Army victory the other day, but no matter how often he's asked. Red won'_t give out a forecast . . . Red isn't a guy to weep unnecessarily, nor is he given to over-enthusiasm. In fact, you might think he'.s a cold fish until you realize that he's a man who t:\Kes :-'ootba)l -T= a senoijs business and who calculates the possibilities of victory and defeat just as a business man might calculate profit and losses ... But when it comes to predicting. Blaik indicated rather -plainly yesterday that his Army squad wouldn't take Washington By W. JOYNES FcaLARNA • (For Jane Ends) Washington — Uncle Sam is iin- ishing up the job of returning binoculars to the people wno "vented" them to the navy during me Oi will Ships ; lever might, as Berlin was discovering"; kindly t o tears shed for publicity "Father always brought ^nis own purp oses. "It's a team of great (C). Feb. 14-15—Southern Methodist field.--- 2-6t 295 ACRES RED RIVER MIXED land farm. 260 ; acres cultivation, " 35 acres alfalfa meadow, 6 tenant-houses,- 2 barns, toolhouse; blacksmith shop, deep well, electricity available. Located on gra- . vel road, mail routes and school bus route. Also 1/3 interest in modern 4.80 gin stand, 120 h.p. ' diesel, 3 powered gin,, Modern djiec. .-,17 miles to nearest gin. Located in Miller county. Call 1C. L. D: Hutt, Fouke, Ark. Priced td selly$25,000." 'Father always brought his own turkeys from home"; "So that night I went to a Cairo night club"; "When Madame Chiang ie£t rne to go on to another guest, I got myself a long, stiff drink." Hitler was an ascetic, but in this enormous joviality of gods at niay these other masters of men 'disposed the world, mankind and xhe future, and who knows 'how good their "staying power" was? To this young roisterer, who earlier in the book had'criticized Winston Churchill as a hard-drinker, the president confided the secret information that Stalin had agreed to attack Japan. From Elliott. General Dwight Eisenhower first Paris, Ark., Nov. .7 —(/P)— The learned of the final decision, to in- Foster barber snop Viere was de-ivade Europe through Normandy, at Dallas (O. Feb. 21-22— Texas A. & M. at Fayetteville (C). Feb. 28-Mar. 1—Texas at Austin (C).. (C) — S o u t hwest Conference game. Gas Explosion Demolishes Barber Shop character and considerable pride, he added, 'they wouldn't like it if 1 said they'd fose." The Navy's Bureau hopes .such a program again be nccrssary. The bureau chief, Vice Admiral E. L. Cochrane, says it believes our warborn capacity to manufacture ;o!"_"Msion glasses in quantity will be preserved. The 18 - year - old 4-H club member of Nevada county has completed 22 demonstrations in poultry, swine, corn, cotton, dairy beef, watermelons and Feed - a - fighter program during his 0 years of club work. In 1945 he was awarded a registered Jersey heifer as county winner in the Feed-a-Fightcr program. He has been acti"c in fairs and the Math Lesson Since all Army men must be mathematics experts, the Cadets shouldn't have too much trouble figuring out defenses Saturday . . . 'Our team probably has seen more defenses than any school in the country," says Blaik. "We have ;aced the four-four, and five, six and seven-man lines." . . . The system, apparently, is :!irst count them and then knock 'em down. molished today by two explosions which Fire Chief Leonard Carpen- For Sale or Rent "' ter attributed to natural gas which had accumulated under vhe 3oor FARM, 5- MILES NORTH ON Ann road; Good houses barns, H. 231-W. ' QE- and C. Houston, Phone 5-3t Lost or Stolen from a leaking pipe. The .first blast occurred when Bud Foster, the shop proprietor, attempted- to lieht a stove about although Eisenhower was to be the commandor-in-chief. Indeed, Elliott insinuates that Eisenhower wheedled with him, who had been a civilian only three years before, to wangle that command when Ike was apprehensive that instead he might be sent back to a desk job 7:30 a. m. Eldon Thompson andiin Washington. Elliott personally Negro porter ;-:led irom xhe shop with slight scratches. The second blast followed lobbied the legion of merit tor Ei- ,senhower from his iather, ar- im- ranged delivery of the medal to West Point and Point West Army already is looking ahead to next season when the last remnants of the 1944 and 1945 cham pionship teams will have departed. . . . Bobby Stuiirt, probably the best running bacK alter Glenn Davis, won't be used this season because of the eligibility .question The same goes for other promis ing newcomers, including Tack If Russ Dobelstein, whose brothe Europe. and especially many, always heretofore itn iield'. About 0,500 binoculars were "rented" to the :-iavy during 'the second World War at a price of $1. Some 50,000 sets were offered.! but only those which met strict standards were accepted. I More than 5,500 pairs viewed between 1942 and 1944 nave al- j •eacly been reprocessed at the \'ava.l Observatory and returned vo owners. Word lias gone out vo ihe h;et to get all remaining rented glasses to Washington- as : ast as jossible. Many of the glasses have not seen accounted ior. The Navy expect it will be unable vo return perhaps 2,400 pair. Some 400 sets were :"ound to be beyond repair. One large shipment was lost in transit during the war. Others were lost in combat. Some ;:ew evidently were appropriated by those entrusted with them. President Truman has signed legislation to permit vhe secretary to present surplus :iavy glasses of similar quality vo vhosc \vnose glases were lot. Offering of glasses ranged :.rom a gold-plated set owned by Josephus Daniols, a iormer secretary of the navy, to opera glasses and lorgnettes. Daniels' glasses were ing the number of passports to Germany, Austria and Japan. These countries are still under the control of the military government, and applications have to yb to the joint chiefs of staff. Prospective travelers may get instruction booklets irom vhe State Department on money requirements of various countries and oilier data. For instance, many countries require the vise of travelers' checks rather than cash. In Mexico Americans ;:ro irofiuosttxl to trade with $2 bills. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope. Ark. Doug f |TY Bacon V*l I I ELECTRIC — for — House industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main Street Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection 'or Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ASSO. Omaha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 952-J 1013 W. Oth St. ONE MULEY JERSEY COW AND oo^-red cow and calf with horns. Reword, J.V. Mooid. 5-3t mediately and Foster was against Cairo for presentation by the pres- the west wall of the building which Ident and flew away with "Ike" orotec-ted him from the flying de- Cor a sightseeing tour in Africa, aris. He suffered shock and minor Yet, of course, his own promotions aruises. iup to the rank of brigadier were Heber Thompson, owner of the all deserved, building, ""—*" J u: " '— ~ $4,000. 3 | moved from Tennessee to the pro •- Giants . . . "Dobelstein didn't make REMOVED FREE „ Withjn 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS ' and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) IfNo Answer Phone 3158-R I William R. Herndon I - Photographer First National Bank Bldg. Second Floor PHONE 493 or 114-J PORTRAITS Commercial and Advertising PHOTO COPIES Qlscharges - Legal Documents _ 24 Hour Service estimated; his loss at | L ater , during an evening of bridge in London, Eisenhower had to ask Elliott for chatty information on the Russians. "What was their army like?" he inquired. "How were their 'Hers? How was their discipline? What did they think of us?" I The pesident, Eisenhower's •Tientsin, Nov. 7 —(/P)— Govern-' commandcr-in-chief, had reduced ment forces entered raoling Monday noon, vhe newspaper Ta"Kung Sino Nationalists Given Welcome in Occupied Town Pao reported today. The troops wer,e given a rousing welcome by the inhabitants, who had been isolated by a six weeks Communist siege. (Since the dispatch made no mention ol fighting, it was pie- ..__ sumed the Communist forces had' American working staff that him to the gossip of pop's precocious pet for his military intelligence. Merriman Smith's description of drunken behavior at the Teamsters' dinner at the Statler in the presidential campaign of 1944 was not the first intimation to withdrawn.) Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. the the unions have tricir"regal class. The luxuries, privileges and perquisites of the big brass of the Teamsters, (including the winter palace of the I high caste on Miami Beach, were revealed long ago. And only a :.ew sincere old union fighters, of the type of Victor Olunder of Chicago remember the practical humilitj and devotion of the late Andy Fu ruseth, of the Sailors' union, who always flopped in Sailors' crimps on the waterfronts when he went to the great conventions and ate slum and chili mac at Pittsburgh Joe's, only to be disowned and reduced to the job of porter in a Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space" he first team so we didn't want o take up a year's eligibility as a sub," Blaik explains . . . Latest ^CAA iigures show Notre Dame s first in total offense and in rush- ne but no Irish player is among .he first 20 individuals in either 1st. Clearing The Cuff Election day holdovers: Republican i'inished third at Jamaica but drew a note in the chart that he ran well; Democrat was a standout in jumping events at the :ia- .ionat horse show and Dewey went in at tackle for Harvard, -o- Footbat! Results By The Associated Press Augusta 40; Cotton Plant 13. Helena-West Helen a 33; Holly Grove 0. Conway 34; St. Anne's (Furt Smith) U. these binocul.'irs the United States ol CALL 119 Let us help you with your bedding troubles. We make new or renovate any kind, or size o) mattresses. 1 Day Service in Hope MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We Sell Sleep" 921 W. Sn-j St. Phone 119 MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone G or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT GO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarknna COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main dirty union hall in his last days on earth. His like was not to be ipund anywhere in the new, political unionism, in partnership with the princes who patronized "the com- 1 non man" but shared none of his roblems. The most pretentious and precious devotees of the New ]Jc;il verc men and women who loved Cleaners HALL'S HUGH B. HAUL, Own,r Hatters ALTO 3 Days 9 Begins Sun. Feature ikrJ pSsB(MfCX» the masses" at a distance, hem with a long, long spoon :-ed and never forgot that poverty and 3. O. are concomitants. They dined on J'iiet and plover's eggs :it .he Stork and Twenty-One in .Ne\y York and at Romanoffs and Chasen's in Hollywood and, while those contrasts were not mentioned in the campaign, the forgotten muii surely must ruwe sensed them at last. These were the Roosevelt Jit reaucracy and the hams of social significance. sent to the battleship Pennsylvania, saw service in the Pacific and have been returned. One set of glasses ::rom Jeremiah A. -Denton, Houston, Tex., lad this message in ihe case: hereby lend my country, America, with the hope 'Lhnt vhey may be; instrumental in blowing Germany and Japan to Hell." Thev were sent to Admiral Wil liam F. (Bulli Halscy. One .letter said the owner was. sending .in glasses which he bought in 1918 when he vvas commissioned in the German Army. ' "I shall be'happy," Ihe letter said, "to, know it will be used in the defense of my :iew fatherland." •'•'* The rjfivy bought more than 300,000 pal?'of binoculars 'luring ihe war and- began gathering up ihc loan glagses in 1944, but :'t was a slow job' until late last year. Most.,,?)/ the glasses are accompanied by a letter prepared by vhe officersI'i.who used ihem, 'telling of their service. Each set is accom- panid b$ a certificate of appreciation signed by Admiral Cochrane. '' By JANE EADS Washington — It you are planning a jaunt out of the country you are advised by the State Department to apply for your passport at least three weeks ahead of time because of the ,'ieavy increase in requests in recent months. In July 22,437 passports were issued. In August ihe number dropped to 18.505. Many of ihese applications were from wives planning to join their husbands overseas. A large number were : rom government officials. Howi-ver, the greatest number were filed by those travelling :Cor business reasons. The number of applications .'s expected to decrease until March. The passport division, now fully staffed with 270 employees, .is readying Jur its birigest business ever then. This is based chiefly Spray Painting Buildings • Houses Barns • Vehicles • Etc. Waller & WaJ'ur Phone 710-W or 194-W Hope, Ark. 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 152 411 S. Ho^el REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St.' Mechanics: CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAMP • Complete Repair Shop • Body end Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop,.., See Us For 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 with Us. We have 25 appJJV cants for homes in Hope, Also many calls for farm property. Foster - E Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second' Phone 221 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 OUR SEM1CE MUST BE Of BIST! Cj MUST BE, because that's o tradition with '.',iis company. . . MUST BE, because that's what you expect when you drive in here. MUST BE, because that's a condition on which we have hired every member of our service-with-a-srrile staff. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd, Byron Hefner Phone 442 Tlie fastidious taste of th cConi- munisls in the angry delibunitions on the brave and peaceful worl dof the future, and fragmentary lews of voluptuous life in Moscow, surely brought to mind comparisons with the yuiet, timid living of the last Russian czar. Stalin himself, when he went to war, threw off the masquerade of blouse and peasant's cap and the baggy pants stuffed in his boots to appear in a marshul's costume, with sequins on his collar and stripes tw9 inches wide on his trousers. on reports' from travel agencies and airline companies. Passports are he-ing issued io tourists only :'or South American countries. But Kuropeun countries, especially i'rance, are eager xo resume their tourist business. 'However, an additional Jargc number are going over on personal business, to settle estates, visit i'e'1- ative.s vyho i'areci uadly during ihe war or to get married. Of the latter number, most are Gin return- .Ing to wed the girl Ju-y left behind when they were sent home. The Stale Department js limit- WANTED White Oak Logs and Clear and Cleon Overcup Oak Uogs and Heading Bolts Post Ook Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, CA$H 10 Minutes! Borrow money from MS on your car, or almort any rhing of value. We'll lend you ell you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you want rhe belter we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cosh. A*k for Mr. McUorty. of Hope Auto Co. Tluucdoy, November J, HOPE STAR, HO Ft, ARKANSAS E; Key GoWd WAH OZARK i OZARK IKE «y Chic* roihg AVBATTSARE KICKIN J TO US FATFIELD5... ' (SOBv','0 MAH FOLKS AKE LAYIN OZARK THEY WONT BOOT IT ALWAZ LOSE TH BAWL " ( I'VE CALLED THEM 11 v EACH F£>UR TIMES, AND STILL THEY'RE NOT UP VET.' THERE MUST BE ^"^Illl A MORE PLEASANT IWAV OF GETTING GET UP, OR A FELLOW UP YOU'LL BE LATE FOR WORK/ IN THE MORNING By Mtcnqei O'Mollev A. Raloh Lane NO DOUBT, MR. FUNVf MOTHSR VE HEARD THAT HUSBAND WAS KILLED \ J ^r\\ Vv,X FALLING DOWN A WEI DON'T INTERRUPT, JANET.' I SAW IT ALL. I WAS IN A POSITION TO HELP, YET I NEVER . LIFTED A FINGER'/ CARNIVAL THAT PUTS THE LILTS ONE-UP ON THI? DOUBLES. THEV HAVE ONLV QNt MURDERER IN THE- ' FAMILY. WE . HAVE TWO 1 By Dick Turner Bv GaibraSth SIDE GLANCES Car! Jones CO WAbH TUB6S By 4-<!sl(ie Turner ' WEN i ~ RECN.L I-IAI* ! HOW'STHWTFOR )/^^^ u ^'M^MM. ™&\ ^ FIWT, GETTING OUT Of K // XS*$ t £P& \faffliJL I BLUSH .:U TOUGH SPOTf>//.WU CMl PNSS \ BMHL..,-OVBRJ,. rO.R-cnS" WE'VB V NOW YOU'RE TM.KINS SEN5E, —MKED-IT \ NMD RE^EWBER,.. UNTIL. 1'^SNFEW o\:t<, toOCHO. \ /KWW FRO^A CWCORRO, "ill KEEP D DECIDED TO \ HIW COVERED...50 DON'T THERc THE 1 * GO DOWN THE 1BNL TRJJflNS VOU NC/ HbS OTHER THINGS TO. DO!-; By, Welt Disney „. DONALD DUCK COPH. 19^u UV NUA SERVICE. INC. T. M. RED. U. S. PAT. 0?r. COPB. 1M6 BY NEA SERVICE. IfJC. t. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OrF "No, ma'am, you ain't hit irnylhiiig in this booth yol, but I'll be glad to check up o\\ sonic of the oilier concessions!" "'I'-vc been awny tit school for two whole months niul my Barents still keep sending my allowance two bucks sit a tinie-T-I guess they don't rcalix.e liow I've chanMc<l since I've firowu up!" 5RECKL£3 AND HIS By HersVtberaer FUNNY BUSINESS YOU'RE \IMTH AT CASF, HEY /' L THOUGHT You SAID YOU'D PAY US * 15" FOR. RtEK AMD LARD We CANT WASH PUSHING- YOU OUT OF THAT MUDHOLE// SAID !T /DISHES FOR, YOU _ _X WAS ' T5~n.il/aii-r/ WORTH $ \si HOTEL $10-10 AMD OM THEIR- 'WAY "TO IT OUT " THEY MET THE" HEAD CAP. 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