Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 1, 1954 · Page 18
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'" ' •£•-••,, .*^t7«5«f*j HOP* sTAft, HOM, Aft KANSAS Wednesday, December 1, 1934 HOPE RETAIL MERCHANTS CHRISTMAS Open 1 House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. Ladies 2.95 and 3.95 FUNNEL GOWNS and PAJAMAS Novelty patterns $1.99 Lewis McLarty OPEN Thursday Dec. 2nd - 6 to 8 P.M. OPENING OF OUR BIGGEST AND BEST CHRISTAMS SEASON! It's that merry, magical time of the year .... the Christmas season! The whole ready with a bright welcome in colorful lights . . . .... glittering tinsel ---- and gift-til stores. Come, catch the Christmas spirit, see the dazzling windows and the exciting values. Bring the whole family to the gayest jamboree that ever opened a holiday season in Hope. '- . . . REMEMBER THURSDAY NIGHT-DECEMBER 2ND-6 TO 8 P. M SHOP THE STORES ON THIS PAGE FOR THESE OUTSTANDING 2 HOUR VALUES 6 TO 8 P. M. use ifS ,' se will make KJ|»>Y i ".',!"* • ','' |deai, gifts. - . . -• & . «,., 55. Main ' (Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. First Quality NYLON HOSE - 54 gauge, 15 denier Regular 98c values 2prs 98c REPHAN'S Department Store Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. Emerson Radios AC-DC Table Model No. 811. Ebony, Ivory/ Green and Grey 15.95 Emerson Television 17 Inch table model No. 1062 139.95 TV Lamps.. 1.95 COLLIER Tire & Battery 116 E. 3rd ATTEND OPEN HOUSE Thursday Night From 6 to 8 P. M. OPENING OF THE CHRISTMAS SEASON BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. 8 Piece SNACK SET : S **"• *>-;!• . . • •-.--'.•.. : j '. • 5 An ideal gift for the home $1.29 / J. C. Atchley &Co, Open House Specials jThurs. <-.-h> 8 P. M. .VEAL CUTLETS • ''''.•'-. |L Afl^ ID. 49c MOORE BROS. We Deliver Dial . . . 7-4431 Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. . $1.00 Box of Christmas CARDS i 25 cords in box. /*$*&* HOC SCOTT'S Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. TV CANDY By Pangburn. Box Only $1.25 Ward & Son The Leading Druggist „ louse Specials 8 P. M. values. i^v-^.,, 1«.00 Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. Fablined PLAYTEX GIRDLES $3.00 Panty and girdle" styles, Originally to 5.95 Styles 725 - 727 Ladies Specialty Shop Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. SWEATERS Slip over and Cardigan Styles. Regular $5,95 values $4.50 The Fashion Shoppe 112 S. Main Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. Dromedary Pitted DATES Pound Package 35c L, B. Delaney Grocery & Feed 202 East 2nd Street Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. SWEATERS Lights and darks. Sizes 2 to 14. Nice selection. Nylons and wools. $1,00 Hall-McNeill ATTEND OPEN HOUSE Thursday Night From 6 to 8 P. M. OPENING OF THE CHRISTMAS SEASON . BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P.-M.- CHRISTMAS TREE' LIGHTS 8 light string. Series type. Special 67c Oklahoma Tire & Supply Co. 110 E. 2nd Street ATTEND OPEN HOUSE Thursday Night From 6 to 8 P. M. OPENING OF THE CHRISTMAS SEASON BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY lowse Specials IFFEE ^™ Open House Specials Thurs, 6 to 8 P. M. First Quality Full size Latex MOULDED Foam Rubber PILLOWS (Not Shreddeej) Removable cover and regglqr 4.95 values. HAYNES BROS, ii^Uftf* rf-f" ?**•* *••*•? ^_^^_A_'_i Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. Specials for the FAMILY One 619 Table of Shoe* Special discontinued styles and patterns. $3.00 and $5.00 BURKE'S Shoe Store Open House Specials Thurs, 6 to 8 P. M. Garbardine SPORT SHIRTS Nationally advertised at $6.50. Special $4.50 HERBERT BURNS Open House Specials; Thurs, 6 to 8 P. M. SPECIAL REDUCTIONS On All Mirrors and Pictures HOPE Furniture Co, Open House Specials Thurs. 6 to 8 P. M. MEN'S DRESS SHOES One group, values to 10.95. Now only $5.00 FOSTER'S Family Shoe Store * Open House Specials Thurs, 6 to 8 P. M. 35 WOMEN'S COTTON DRESSES • Misses! Half-Sizes! t Real Bargains! • Be Here at 6 for Choice! t Save! Save! «"^W ATTEND OPEN HOUSE Thursday Night From 6 to 8 P, M, OPENING OF THE CHRISTMAS SEASON BRINQ THE ENTIRE FAMILY * Wednesday, Decefwljer 1, 19S4 MO>>"Sf A'r» H6Pt, ARKANSAS BLONDII I LOSTMYWALLfef.) -r IT'S GONE.' ^\! ft I FOUND IT OM i'j, YOUC? DRESSER-Of THANKS FOR IT HAD EIGHT r-^? ^HONING DOLLARS I-' S ME DEAR T INT , f f" i%g < Wfe *^( AND THANK VOU I" FOR THE PREtfy NEW HAT Traveling Around v 3 Upon 4 Excavations 5 Uncooked e Expunger : ACROSS 61 Soap-making ] 1 Thailand's lrame I former name DOWN ! 5 City in'Nevada l Girdle j flOvsrthe < 2 Preposition ,12 Opposed i13 Seed-vessel j 14 Writing tool ! 15 General ; Jackson ! 17 Age 118 Wished 1 19 Ship ; movements i 21 Lateral part j 23 Knight's title j 24 Ate : 27 They travel j by ship i 29 Discard 132 Ascended 34 Hinder 36 Harangue 137 Horse's pose 38 City in Oklahoma • 39 Cut i 41 Barrier 42 Cive (Scot.) , 44 Paradise 46 Recently divided between Italy and Yugoslavia 149 Wanders : 53 Boston's i nickname .54 British i sidewalk edge 158 Every one 1 57 Toward the sheltered side 158 Famous I English school j 59 Golf mound i CO Counsel CARNIVAL Answer to B E S T S L. A P A K E S E U U A T A N A R E N T PC 1 O T E N 1 t? M A T E T A T T L* E \y Oft '?•:• T A f e. K. 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