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Hope, Arkansas
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•*f'»«^**ittJ<*«V«»ftemp*o f . HiN ^,M l j t WrtwWB w O Page Sk CLASSIFIED *** • . Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication ; " • All Want Ads Cash In Advance' • Not Taken Over the Phone H 0 P « S T A R, HOPt, ARKANSAS . 2e word, minimum 30e Six tlm«t . 31/jC word, minimum SOc On* month . Se word, minimum Tic 1I« word, minimum $1,70 . , R at?s are for Continuous Insertions Only "THE MOfife-YOU TELL THE > QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale - - N PLANTING SEED.. -._-. year from Breeder. Germi- ;nati,0n 90 per cent. See T. S* Mc- *U,J>aVUt* . • 18-U ON?E STALK CUTTER, ONE CUL« |ivator with scratcher, one plan• one disc, one section har- . one 12-inch buster, 2 break- tusffi Plows. All in first class con- ^qtuon. Lots of other handtools. ****r Mouser. Rt. 4. Hope. 21-6t A HALF TON PICK-UP, •^•wf* Bicycle, one cylinder, motor .'-.suitable for lawn mover. See --^.iloneR-Maytag Sales & Service. "a Phone 209. 2l-6t ^SHETLAND PONY, SADDLE AND /''"bridle, 4 years old. See Finis ^S^h^son, Washington, Phone • 2. -<f 27-Gt .TWO « PIECE . LIVING ROOM , suite, upholstered with springs. «• Good condition. Phone ,671-J. Edgewoocl & 6th Streets, 27-3t ROUGH ' LUMBER 'ALL SIZES and lengths. Moore Bros. Mkt. Frosted Oak dining room suite and two Radiant s*as heaters. Can be seen Saturday or Sunday at 409 East Second Street. 28-31 TWO LATE MODEL SINGER machines, One Vendix B. Guaranteed. C. W. Yancey, Singer Dist. 513 South Walnut, Phone 578-R. 28-Gt Real Estate for Sale 5 ROOM HOUSE. STORE BUILD- ing, warehouse, electricity. Butane gas. Small stock groceries. Two acres land on highway at Ozan, Price $2750; See C B Tyler, 119 Cotton Row, Hope, Ark., or M. G. Crane, Ozan. 21-6t Wanted to Rent THREE ROOM FURNISHED Apartment for light housekeeping. Apply Schooley's Store. Phone 38-t.ll. Mrs. J.E. Schooley. 2-tf Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Stores-Franchise and merchandise •availaoie now for new Associate Stores. Write or wire. Kenyon Auto Stores, Dallas 1. Texas. ig. 2m Services Offered EXPERIENCED STAFF OF bookkeepers will keep your books for only $1 per week. Mail card today for information on this nationwide new service. Dollar- A-Week Bookkeeping Service. 304 P & M Building, Texarkana. 19-1m Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and better bargains. Phone 476. 14-1 m ALL NEW, CORNER PLACE ON Third Street, Broadway of America. 28 x 75 ft. Store Building. Modern living quarters in rear. New modern servants quarters in back yard. Priced to sell at once. C. B. Tyler, Exclusive Agent. 23-6t Phone 767. 27-6t FOUR-WHEEL TRAILER. FOR farm or highway. Good' tires. . S60. Fred Hartsfield, 1008 B. . Ave. 27-3t 3937 CHEVROLET AUTOMOBILE good condition. Bargain. Phone «10ai-J. J. G. Randle.,805 South * Main. 27-3t NEW -BRUNSWICK VICTROLA, i records. Two wheel trailer, both ' good condition. Phone 709 Shields Food Store. . 26-3t BICYCLE, IN GOOD CONDITION, John Price, 408 East Third St. 26-3t ,SJX FOOT TRACTOR CASE DISC. . In good shape. Jakie Reyenga. i ;Emmet, Ark. ' 26-3t FORD TWO DOOR SEDAN^ . clean condition. 320 West- 5th Street. _ 26-3t '350- ACRES OF LAND LOCATED highway 67. l'/j miles, west of , Hope. Qver half of land in oats and wheat. Phone 373 Hope. Mrs. , Chas. A. Haynes or write or phone,' Aubrey Enoch. Prescott , i RFD 4. Phone 8-23-F-13. 2G-3t < 194i.!;tHEVROLET TWO DOOR\ • radio and underseat heater. Clean 1 inside and .out. Good tires Can ' be seen at 109 North Washington. "-'"*^ " . . '26-3t ' FIRST $365 CASH GETS BEST '31 Model A and trailer. •, Tu'n , , left at end of South Main Street, first house on Shover Sprinps ftrtt 'off. H. B. Morelock, Rt. 2, 26-3t NICE FIVE ROOM HOME ON West 7th Street. NICE NEW FIVE ROOM HOME near Paisley school. 96 ACRES, MODERN FIVE ROOM home, gas, water, lights, extra good barn and orchard. Close in Priced right. Almost immediate possession. See Riley Lewallen 26-3t Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 873. 11-lm I WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, IOC South Walnut Street Phone GOO. i_ Lost RED BONE HOUND, HAS VAC- cination collar on. 4 year old Answers to name "Red" Reward for return to Monroe Kent Patmos, Rt. 1. 23-6t NO 4 RATION BOOK. REWARD for return to Lester Orr, Hope Rt. 1. 25-3 IF YOU NEED GRAVEL. SAND or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivery. 15-lmo. FOR ESTIMATES ON AWNINGS and Venetian blinds write Rilev Cooper, 1909 West 17th Street, Texarkana, Texas. 15-2m Wonted 50,000 RATS TO KILL WITH GILLS rat killer. Harmless to anything but rats and mice. Gunran- teed. Feeders Supply Co. 28-3w BY CENTURY^BLlTcLASs"oF First Methodist Church, 201) men Sunday, March 31, 1940. 20-IH Substitute Rule Is Abolished BIRD DOG, WHITE AND BLACK spotted. $5 reward. Phone 9-F-3 J. B. Rowe. 27-3 Lost or Strayed /1933, V-8 FORD COACH, MOTOR i i overhauled, fair tires. . See at - .Earlie McWilliams, 3 mtles out *•' on P,atmos road. 28-3t SHOWER CABINET, COMPLETE. * Phone 1125 between 8 a.m." and , .8 Pjn. 28-3t 'TlSREE ROOM HOUSE, FIVE * 3S r £ s land on highway. 67 west, j near overp.ass. Owner will be < here few days. See C. G. Cooper, j next door to Old Melrose church *• on Spring Hill road or write •f .same Gen. Del. Camden, Ark 1 28-3t 'SIX ROOM HOUSE ACROSS -street from the Court House. ' See Floyd Porterfield. 28-6t 'FRIERS FOR SALE, WEIGHT 2 ... Ibs. Price $1 each. See Mrs. Joe ,., Mayo, West Ave. B. 28-3t LOT AND WAREHOUSE 50 ft. front by 175 ft. back. ' $30 month income. Would like to sell at once. $1100 cash. L. C. Turner,. Phone 222 from 6 a.m. to 12 noon. 28-3t 'BEAUTIFUL LOTS, 50x145 FEET . in.new colored Shover Village , Addition just east Yerger High < , bchool. Buy now, choice lots >•• available,: Cash or terms. Foster' ; ^S 1S 'P 08 l¥' Second. Ehpne - 221. B- . ^ij 28-3t ONE LARGE ELECTRIC RE." irigerator. one pre-war 9 piece For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service iJ4E. Third 8t Hope, Ark ONE BLACK MARE, ONE SOU rel blaze face mare and one black horse mule. Last seen Thursday, March 21. Notify Jer rel Suttles or Isaac Lowmack Box 56, Ozan. 26-3 BLACK MARE, BLAZE FACE two white front feet, coming ( year old. Reward for return to Andrew Button, Rt. 3, Hope Box 38. 27-31 Help Wanted MIDDLE AGED 'LADY TO MO ther and children keep house of, working for two mother . ~- " «»Jl..llfc. IllUUJCI Three m family, small apartment, laundry sent out. Salarj plus room and board, if desired Apply Mrs. Virginia Cannon business office. Josephine hospi tel - 26-3t TWO EXPERIENCED COOKS two experienced waitresses' must have health certificate. Telephone 1125 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. 28-31 YOUR MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY MEANS GOOD PAY IN THE REGULAR ARMY! JOB MOS Translator 247 Accountant 268 Administration Specialist 502 Information Center Operator. S10 Basic 521 Guard Patrolman . ." , 522 Duty NCO 566 Finance Technical Clerk . 622 rinance Tvolst Clerk . , , 623 Finance Clerk .... 624 Grades S,4,3,2 4,3,2 4.3,2 6 6 5 4,3,2 S.4 5.4 These ore but a few of the specialists needed in the post-war Regular Army. If you held an Army military occupational speciality (MOS), then here's good news. The War Department has lust announced that men who were honorably discharged from the Army on or after May 12, 1945, may now enlist m the Regular Army in their qualified specialties. You will receive a grade depending upon the length of time that you held your MOS You must act before June 30, 1945 if you wish to take advantage of this opportunity. It means excellent training and experience in a skilled trade which will prepare you for a future career It means security and good pay as well as the finest in food, clothing, education and travel. You will be given the complete details witnout any obligation pt the U. S. Army Recruiting Station, 215 Post Office Bldg., Texarkana, Ark. Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES AH Dimensions 16 to 7Q Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOSMRK, , New York, March 27 — (/P)— The basketball rule prohibiting re-entry of any player in the last four minutes of a game — a coach's headache during its one season in the j ~ went out tne window today and a more liberalized version was ready to take its place. The modification of the four-minute rule was one of four minor changes made in the cage sport's legislation by the National Basketball Committee of the United States and Canada which closed its annual two-day rules-makine session here yesterday. Under the new rules, one reentry per player will be allowed during the last four minutes of u game and the clock will be stopped automatically throughout that pe- whenever the ball .is dead. ,e committee also decided to: 1. Make the use of transparent backboards optional and submit recommendations for markings on such backboards at a later elate . l. Make it mandatory to call a _jump ball" six feet -in from the boundary whenever the ball Roes out after having been touched by two opposing players simultaneously, or if tho official can't agree who touched it last, or if thoir vision was blocked and they don't know who touched it last. ,, 3 ; Amend the running rule so tnat a player how comes to a lepal stop with feet parallel can use either foot as his pivot foot. All recommendations for new rules to place a further chec on extra tall players, such as adding two feet to the height of the goals and widening the free throw lanes, were turned down. The commitee voted to, negotiate with representatives of the Amateur Athletic Union with a view to its possible return to the organization. The AAU has not been represented on the committee for the past ten years. Father Stabs His Family and Then Commits Suicide New York, March 27 — (UP)— A 40-year-old father went berserk with a hatchet and a knife in his Brooklyn home today, slashed and stabbed his wife and seven of their "' ne children in their beds and then inflicted serious wounds on Baldwin Is Showing Up for Hogs Fnyetteville, March 27. — W) — Individuals have had little onport- unily to shine in the Arkansas Uazorbiicks' spring football drills, but so far lettermen and newcomers have shared the spotlight. Alton Balwin, of Hot Springs, big and fast Iriple-threnter who disappointed last season after a brilliant start, has been showing good form in running in dummy scrimmage and in passing, punting and pass receiving. Other lettermen showing up well are Fullback John Hoffman, the Southwest conference's leading ground-gainer last season; Jake Baldwin, halfback, and Earl Wheeler, the iron-man center. Among the newcomers catching the sideliners' eyes are Aubrey Fowler, fleet triple-threat halfback who transferred to the university from Arkansas Tech, mid Ross Pritchard, a back from New Jersey who has looked good in snagging passes. Head Coach John Barnhill and his staff expect to get a better lino on individual performers when scrimmage work begins later this week. o Billion-Dollar River and Harbor Plan Washington, March 27 — (/P) — Members of Congress began shaping loday the largest program of its kind over proposed, virtually a billion dollar plan for improving America's rivers and harbors. Projects scattered throughout the nation will be included in a bill to be considered at hearings of the House Rivers and Harbors Committee, Chairman Mansfield (D-Tex) said. Other rivers and harbors bills may have included a greater number of individual projects but none contained proposed appropriations approaching the total in this postwar plan, a check of records showed. The largest heretofore was SG(>0,000.000 in legislation intro ducecl before the war. The cost was indicated in ; schedule announced by the chair man, who told a reporter the hearings would require nearly two weeks beginning April 9. One giant project alone would take about $450,000,000 and include flood control, irrigation and hydro-, electric power development in the Arkansas river valley in Arkansas ' and Oklahoma. This big program also will be considered by the House Flood Control Committee during April. Once authorized, projects are in line for construction- by the army engineers. A War Department civil functions appropriation bill will provide funds, if Congress approves. Among projects ready for Apri hearings and the dates set for theii consideration are: ; April 29 and 30, Arkansas River Ark. and Okla. CARN8VAL Bv Dick Turner COPR. 1946 BY NEX SCftvTcE. INC. I, M. REG. U. S. P»T. OFF 'I wish to report to the committee Unit Prof. Schmaltz will speak nflcr dinner for 50 hucks ])lus a guarantee the coiVec will be boiled extra slron« to kcei> Hie audience awake I" This Curious World Bv Wil!i nm IS THE ONLY FLESH-EATIN6 MAMMAL WHEREIN THE IS LAR&ER THAN THE /M AJLE.' COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. JOUN05 FAMILIAR/ SEE US FOR ... Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING.MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-Wesf Lumber Co. Hazel and Division U i — Blacksmiths Force Trainer Out of Job at Wolf Stables Miami, Fla., March 27.—(UP)— A blacksmiths' boycot forced Stan ley Lipiec, who saddled 127 winners in 1945 to become the leading train er ot the year, to resign his pos today as head trainer of Mrs Lottie Wolf's statles. The trouble developed during the latter part of the Gulfstream Park melting. When the blacksmiths went on stride, Lipiec shod the Wolf horses himself, in violation of the union demands. When the strike was settled, the blacksmiths refused to shoe horses in Lipiec's care, forcing him to continue the job himself. That was putting the shoe too much on the other foot and Lipiec quit. He said he would leave the United States and either try his luck in Mexico or South America. Although no successor has been named, it was understood that Tommy Root, former jockey was under consideration for the job. himself, police reported. "I am sorry I have done it," Arthur Crehan gasped to police be- lore losing consciousness. Three-months-old Robert Crehan died at Cumberland hospital of his wounds. Crehan, his wife, Theresa 35, and the other eight children, ranging in age from four to 18 years, were in serious condition. Wanted to Buy USED FURNITURE of all kinds COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 SERVICE — QUALITY — VARIETY Now Is the time to get ready for your Spring planting. We have a most complete line of Field and Garden Seeds, Insecticides Inoculations. and AGENTS FOR Wlllhlte Melon Seed Dodge Onion Plants Funks G Hybrid Corn Sinkers Delinted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid Sweet "corn, T°riple IP Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedeza, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE The Leading Seed Store TROPICAL. IVOMANS TONGUE TREE WAS SO NAMED FOR THE fiAm/A/6 /vo/ser IT MAKES IN EVERY PASSING BREEZE. WHAT \s MEANT er "AN ACE " ANSWER: A hole in one. SPORTS ROUNDUP -Bv Hunk I Folbrtat Jr. New York, March 28 Aider,in his four years in college and waicmng me UKlanoma Aggies Iho's rhanRod the whole game of take their second straight national basketball." collegiate A. A. basketball title, you find it hard to write about anything or anyone but Bob Kurland... You remember Bob when he first played in New York four years ago—a lanky, awkward seven-footer who galloped around the court with his shoulders bowed in an obvious effort to minimize his great height...he was only 17 then, lack- in co-ordination and skill and painfully embarrassed because of the publicity tfivon his size...you remember him the next year as a ••goal-tender", heavier, stronger, straighter, planting himself under his team's basket and leaping up to baf away the other team's shots ....you remember him in last year' playoff game againt Do Paul when he was guarded by six-foot, nine-inch George Mikan, a polished piayei-. i'ou remember iiow Bob Eaked^ and feinted until Mikan fouled out of the game after only twelve; minutes and how Kurland went on to direct and lead his team to victory. Something To Remember Last Tuesday's performance is something you won't forget soon... at 21, -Kin-land still isn't a finished player but he's a.good all-around nan on the basketball court...it wasn't just his height that made inn a standout, for Bob's best baskets came on difficult hook shots ind he also played the roles of feeder and defensive star. Of the Aggies' 10 baskets, Bob scored nine »nd pa,ssed for three more...Kur- and is slated to play in the garden again Saturday in the all-star oast- vest game and he may turn pro He's hud offers up to-.$750 a season and he's telling the bidders hat he 11 wait until he's through college before he decides...but it was a grand farewell to ihe i'ans who have watched him clevulon. . f anyone tries to talk about xhc 'evils" of basketball, you can tell lim what a good game and a good coach have dune for this boy who might have gone through life Ihink- ng of himself as a freuk. The Aggies, first team to win two N.C.A.A. cage titles, were the fourth Oklahoma loam lo win a national basketball crown this year. ...the Phillips "6G" club of Bartlesville won its fourth straight A.A.U. chammonship...T,aneston University look Ihe Negro National Col- H'ue Inle unci (Jutming. Okla. .beat Tampa, Fla., for the National Negro high school championship. 0 Metallic Lead Mining Operations Are Discussed Fort Worth, Tex., March 27 — (/!>)— Thorough congressional in vestigation into the methods of pro- "uroment and allocation of metallic lead was urged by directors of tho Western Petroleum Refiners Association in a resolution adopted here today. Today's sessions close the three- day meeting, which opened Mon- One Of aKind __ Before Tuesday's game, Ossie -owles, Dartlimoulh coach, ob- erved that he doesn't think the extra-tall boys will dominate bus- Eetbal! as much in the future as hey did during the war....the •caches, he suid, won't devote us much lime to developing oversize alhleles as Ihey did when those soys were among Ihe few safe rom the draft...Kurland's coach, Henry Iba, amended: "And most or the wg players won't work hard and stick at it long enough to dp- velop themselves...Kurland hasn't done so badly," #ank added, "ne's never been hurt or taken time out BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Gas Phone 370 Hope, Ark. LOOK" The Most Modern REPAIR SHOP IN HOPE Complete Auto Upholstering Washing & Greasing Now Open on SUNDAY ANTHONY'S Service Station Phpne 1106 Political Announcements The Star Is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to Ihe action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: 8»h Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKIOTT JAMES II. PILKINTON Hcmpstead County For Sheriff & Collector T1LMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISAHELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLK SYVELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK Tax Assessor C. COOK For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEILD. JR. day. H. T. Ashton, general manager of the Lubrite division, Socony- Vacuum Corporation, St. Louis, was elected president of the WPRA, succeeding C. L. Henderson, Wichita, Kas., who stopped down after serving five years. Three new directors were addod to the board of 22, the others being re-elected. Added wore W. W. Vaii- dcver, Allied Petroleum Company Cleveland; T. A. Helling, El Dorado Refining Company, El Dorado Kas., and Roland V. Rodman, Bay Petroleum Company, Denver, Colo. Helling also was named a vice- president, succeeding H. K. Zuller Jf Whicita. Other vice-presidents were re-elected. They wore R W McDowell, Tulsa; T. M. Martin El Dorado, Ark., and U. L. Tollctt, Big Spring. John C. Day was re-clcctcd secretary-treasurer. Next year's convention silo will be ^selected later. The re-solution, adopted in the face of tho acute tetraethyl lead shortage, was telegraphed to Senator O'Mahonoy, chairman of the Doug ^IT'V Carl Bacon V*l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — ~~"*~ House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 Thursday, March 28, 1946 spccinl Somite committee investigating iiiititr.il rosouiTt-s; Stnbili- y.;ilioti Uiroetiir I3o\vlcs, IJcconver- sion and Mobili/ittioii Director Snydor, OI'A Director Porter, Civilian Production Administrntor Small and the House Hunklng and Cur, roncy Committee.', currently holiV : HU! lieariiiKs on the extension of tho OPA beyond Juno 30. . "College-bred" sometimes means just a four-yeiii' lonf. Thorn isn't as mucli real danger n a loose wheel ns there is in a ti.ubt driver. Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phono 382-J 28, 1946 JjQj^jrrA^ JTOEE, ARKANSAS By Chick Young Seven MATTRESSES Remade Like New Guarantee to Use Same Cotton — All Work Guaranteed — Pick Up and Deliver Anywhere Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Hope, Rt. 2 Phone 34-J-2 FIRST LINE BATTERIES Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main FOR SALE ALL STEEL Incinerators . . $2,00 McRAE IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 745 NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do lie-in- stitching and make button holes. 13 r V> w' 1 v« M^ x n C. VV. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R ir JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Pnone 209 Loe's Tourist Cofe-Court —' Fenturlno • Steaks . Fried Chicken « Barbecue • bnndwiches NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Uoe City Limits & Highway 67 West FRED'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE We specialize In REPAIRS ON Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, DeSoto, all Genera'l Motors Cars Phone 202 4th and Washington ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 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— We Call for and Deliver Anywhere One day service in town- Bargains in Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 41 IS. Hazel A Complete Line of ... CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS PUT ON Washing & Greasing An Expert Mechanic OPEN ON SUNDAY ANTHONY SERVICE STATION Phone 1106 DR. H.T. SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarknnn TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd 8t PHONE 613 Appll«nc« Repflrs—Appllancot Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. Hots Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP Hope, Ark. Phone 76 Alteration* Presied While You Walt COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply • Reol Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farmland or City Property, call or see Calvin E. Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark, Arkansas Bank Building there's a little Puritan in me,but I CAN LOOK FOR DICE'S MURDERER. POKING VOUR NOSE. IN TO DICE'S DEATH MIGHT PROVE UNHEALTHY. IT MIGHT EVEN PROVE FATAL. IS THAT , . ^LEAR, MR. FLINTT/^^ ONLY CLEA&, MR.IKON. irs TRANSPARENT. HURRY HURRY/ HURRY/ IT. ONE OF MV BUSINESS WAS FOUND IN DICE'S POCKET. THAT IN VOtVES ME, VIRTUOUS, MR. FLINT. BUT HARDLY SENSIBLE. LET ME GIVE YOU A LITTLE ADVICE. NEVER WIND WHAT _._ . VOU THOUGHT! THOUSHT VOu I 1 DON'T Alto TO SPEND IK 1 REST O' MV LIFE IN A CHORUS? /M. Side Glances By Galbraith MODEST Tra,l™.rk RcKltlore,! U. S. PMM Office KEEP THAT CRITTER BUSV 'TILL 1 • CAN GET A VOUR _. G-ET IT...SHE'S' ' GOING TO US/ . BEAP ON HEF?, v —rr scogcHv/ BURNING CLOTH \$ AND ONLY CHANCE'' _ " • copn. we BY NEA SERVICE.' INC. T. M."RCO. u's "O/i, no! We~haven'ranyihing to sell-That^ 'just for in the it,h,H.n™i" -">">-mats , mother, why do we have lo clean the whole house Syerjrjrear? ' Don't you think we're gcllinfi into a nil ^alung ourselves so automatic?" ' Freckles and His Friends By Blosser •runny Business By Hershberger RESOLVED in«i «LL WOMEN APF WOLVES/ THEY ARE TOO DOMINEERING-. TOO T °° DEMANDING ---• TAKE Too MUCH GRANTED/ SO! V WOULDN'T TOUCH ATWENty FOOT POLE, ' r— WE' HUH? i-r—siL WEREN'T i I'VE GOT SOME PIES)J ^UGH > EM 1 ,' COOLtN' IN THE ^ *£i£M EM 1 UMCA DONALD - MEALTIME' VQU MUSTN'T BLAME GET SOMEIf^OtVc^/ T^b 1 ^^;^^ 0 IHt OROOVET! A HIS IMPORTANCE. }— HM~J vou'CEY INTERESTED! I DON'T GUESS IVE SOT «,v,, TMIN& ON THE BALL THST BSc CAN USE , Lll£E OOP AND -v SIXTY HAVE "Here's my rcporl card, Dad—wluil do you think of it?V Popeye wiMpy/.'THATS ."EC. U. S. PAT. OFF. Thimble Theater IF THE GIANT GETS /MARSH/MALLOWS, IT WONT PO POPEYE ANV QOOP ON ACCOUNT WE WILL TAKE ALL THE IRON OUT OF PINACH" PO YOU WISH , REFRESHMENT BETWEEN ROUNDS THEN POPEVE POOS V\<tx9VtSS OOGS ' ?!<£, Our Boofdi "9 torn. i«. m ..EA se«>icr me T . „ R£ £ !„. <£ fljt.' Erfi With Mojor Hoople BUT I'LL GET [EGAD/ FIRST WE *y E ^ / 1 WAS UP SECOMD AMD \ = c .r., M I'M OWLY FAIR.--SO IF MATURE REALLY BALANCES ~ WE'LL BE COMIM 1 YOU BACK IW MUST FIMISH MUST FIMISH YOUR SADDLE, \\ OUR JOU5T/ / THEKJ I GOTTA BE MY WAY/ I REALLY HAVEKI'T TIME FOR THIS, 5IR GAWAINE BUT M AFRAID OF/ BLOOD N / WE BErrER ami DLUUU, /( RFfV-\DF <VMJCTQ/MVJ-] JOVE. AMD I'M \ BACK REVERSED--VOU BEPORE SOMEBODY- GETS HURT/ FEELIMG ) FEELIM' GOOD, ME FEELIM GOOD.' ^ FAIR. AM' GOLDIE FEELIM TUERIBLEi IF YOU AIN'T, IDu'R-E ^ BE ONE/^.—^ 3-26 CT.P.VVILIIAM5. 'BEST OUT, WORST iKi \T.M. RIO.'?. '&*%? Personal Stationery Pastel Colors *• A Complete line r* Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. ! 1 r" < I ,1 I ! t! Sea Us Foi BABY CHICKSC You'll like out quality chicks, hatched right (ram selected (locks. Hardv. Insl- growers Low pnc* FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th anri La. 8t» fit. Phone 26

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