Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1954 · Page 15
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-tjMWB^^^^-r^it---. iffiljgfr-yf-&'*,*, ''f U f ^W^VS^ fsrw&.3~ : s- fj Thursday, Oecember 2, t954 STAR, HOPt, At KANSAS -;/:;; M:'-"/"' FKS-v-^-i STAft, HOE6, A* KAN* A* up CLASSIFIED 1 Ads Must fee la Office Day Before f ubilcatloft kit APPLIANCES i»f?fe- > -•, ' JM f rtgfleeds., . tLECTRIC CO. d, >hofts 7*2166 *"'"' ' ' i ~, ,~ a^^ MaaMJI ^a t ^^ M ai»fc*aaaM^MMj« inn n " ilAt DISPLAY "" " ' FabrJca B Jn Sweet Toiler Shop ' tefy* '"•** - WANT.AD RAT&5 .AH -Want Ad* of* fc&unS .allowed wlth^Hw «M*Nwrt h'SSUd* Six Day* u»- <lumb«f Ort« 5f wSfdt Day MIS :2o 5 Doyt !:i°o l: 5 o°o l W 45 1.35 16 to 50 1.50 2,70 3.00 4.50 5.00 On« Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 'CLASSIFIED DISPLAY For Sole _ - -- - m r - - • • —^- Liayaway Open on TRIKES - BIKES - DOLLS and Many Other Items OKLAHOMA TIRE & 'SUPPLY COMPANY. 256 YOUNG laying hens in production. White rock and Rhode Island reds. C. E. Spring, Rt._ 1,. Fm'rnet." 1& miles east Highway A 27-Gt fcULLDOZER WORK - Wi*, Movln " DUCKEtT Phone 7-3794 ^fet'the heart of ' y; little-8}""I —' . 7 __rERNCAUTO ^ASSOCIATE STORE ^MATTRESSES. - u tor Made Into «nner»»r!Bi .Work Guaranteed „ , On* -TDaV Servlo* *•*«• imlhir. & Maftreti C*. eim »treet * Phon» 7-«?H WESTERN SHARE* , Income Fund from . Rates quoted obove are tof cotv •eeu*iv« iruaftlons. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rat*. All 'dally classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the •following day. The publisher! reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisement! of- ifered for publication and to relect ony objeeilonobli advertising tub- mltted Initial* of one or more letter*, croup's or figures 'such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors Irt Want Ads unlest •rrort are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Wanted Cards to Complete Transfer Deal HOUSTON UP, The St. Louis RIDE to Red River Arsenal, day shift Phone 81BFI18, ^^^^^ expt , :ted t ,day to Collect - complete negotiations 'with the Western Lengue for the transfer CLEAN COTTON" RAGS. _KO overalls, curtains, or silks. Hope Star. Wonted to Buy of their Columbus American Asso ciation franchise to Omaha. The Cards received permission from the A.A.. yesterdayMo do bus- jness with the Western League. Tho FOUR room . modern house toi nl thjng that stands in the way move. Send description and i js a ma tter of some 530,000 or $40,price to Box R, Hope Star. 2-3t 00 The Western has reluctantly greed to part with Omaha but has arked the Cardinals for $100.00 damages. The Cardinals fed he price is much too high but have agreed to negotiate. A meeting was BSiu-lly stro-1" Wildcats in every d^oailinent. and it locked liko a rod eh season for the SWC lusms hoping to down the- Christians. At Beaumont, it took a last-: riinutc field coal by Gerry Thom- zis for the O\.ls to come Ihrr.-u^n against the Cardinals, but the 0- foot. 2-inch U.bbcck f r c s h m a n picked up a loose boll and laid in ithe winning goal after the Owls Basketball By The Associated Press 3EAUTIFUL new home, 5 rooms, large lot,, Margaret Street, $200 cash. Monthly payments. T. N. Belew, Phone 7-4308. 29-3t 1947 JEEP, 4 wheel drive, heater, good top,. Phone 7-5858. 30-3t LIONEL electric train, track mounted on - plywood. 20 inch Schwinn Bicycle. Several gas Contact Norman heating stoves. Moore. 30-34 BOIS 'D ARC -posts. Soe or write J. M. -Walker, Blevins, Ark. l-8t Urn cf.Hop* n99i ConMjUottd . Jonuory II 1W H2f Published every weekday afternoon br STAR .I-UBLISHINU CO. C E. Palpior, Preildent Aim. H. ^oshburn, S«y-T«* ' ot The Star Building 112-14 South Walnut StrMl Hope, Ackoniat 'tliok ',*«. ^'Highway 67 UCK'S" JRNITURECO. AI.x. H. Wo.hburn, Editor ft PuMlibw Paul H. Janet, Managing Editor Itit M. Pavl«, Advertising Mono** George W. Hosmer, Mcch. Supt. Entered as second clots matter et Hie Post Office at Hope, Arkaniai, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau et Circulations BWBV ,'••«• i i i sEWA&iArtM . » to <U» Co, JOHNSON L O. Ipffice,Supplies- iW Front St. Subscription Rotes (payobl* In advance): •r carrier In Hope and neighboring . towns— P«r w»ek _ •• •« Per year , - I 3 - 0 ? By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, and Miller coun- Thret jnonth'i'""""!"',"™" '«•- !•«> Six rnontha _ , 2-«> Qne year i..,.. < - 4>au All other mall— , One month »~ '•"? Three months — 3-25 Six monthi , One year ~ Nefl Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick ilda., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas •arik Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicaoo \. III.; 60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N., Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, ^Member of The Assorted Press: The Associated Press is f^Med exclusively to the use tor republ cation of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news • dispatches. • SEE THESE GOOD USED • 'CARS 1939 CHEVROLET Four door sedan, good -tires, runs the best it can 1947 CHRYSLER New Yorker four door sed?n, radio, heater and runs good 1952 PLYMOUTH Club coupe, good tires, heater.. Runs and looks good 1947 CHRYSLER Windsor with radio, heater, fan- tires, good finish. rh r\ r- f~\ Runs and looks n / )l J good s^Z-^W 1952 CHEVROLET )e Luxe four door sedan, iadio, heater and lean 'new seat overs .... NUNN .- MCDOWELL MOTOR COMPANY Your Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer • East 3rd and Walnut 2-3t Porks Make It Close in Game Against Stars FAYETTEV1LLE W Looking like a vastly improved'ball club Ihe University of- Arkansas Razor Lacks dropped a 72-6. r > decision to the high-powoicd Phillips 66 Oil ers of Bartlesville, Okla., last night The Porkers, although the trail ed all the way, managed to keep pace'up to the- finish. The Oiler grabbed a quick 10-3 lead, an: that was the difference most o Ihe game. Monday the Razorbacks lost 74-R9 to Northwest Louisiana College in thuir season's opener. Sophomore Terry Day scored 14 points to lead the Arkansas attack. Chuck Darling, former Iowa University star, led the Oilers 14 points! ' scheduled for today. If Omaha becomes a member of he Association it will become the •.econd city to shift to that league from the Western this week. Den keibairseason Wednesday night, | The Methodists looked gcod andi homores dotting the "nferencc but the Arkansas Razciback, were bad againsljhe Kangaroo Jrom thls seascm.. rnade^an^auspicioiis Porkers Ldok Better Against Phillips Team By The Associated Press Ithe winning goai tuitu u.e ^w.o secon( j largest worm i—"-— Tex3s Christian, {southern Metii-i nad - tlailct i aF much as 10 points tem _ Russ i a 's 76,600 miles, sdist anc Rico wpn victories 1o ! c i,, r j ng .the game. ' • ' 96 J»t 91: Philadelphia 88* m Boston "101: Milwaukee 90 The Unlte~d~Sta'l« has 223.400 mi- es of railroad compared with the second largest world railroad sy TO SEEK RENOMINATION CHICAGO (f. Mayor Mnrtin H. Kennclly. has announced he will seek renomination in Ihc February Democratic primary. Ho is 67. Legal Notice odist anc Rico wpn victories 1o ! c i,, r i n <, , t he yamc. open the Southwest Conference has-1 - „__„'.„..,. Sherman. Tex., but Jim Krcsbs A & M entertains the Unl-|SMU- 6-ftK.l, 8-inch center versity of Houston Cougars tonight in College Station, while Baylor hosts the Hordin-Simmons Cowboys in Waco. While the star-spangled Phillips 66 Oilers ot Bartlesville. Okla.. were blasting the Porkers 72-65. TCU whipped Abilene Christian 'J2- SMU drubbed Austin College just about the difference against the fighting Austin College Quint. KreV-s. another of the tms seatuu, i-i«v«<- "*- -- -> varsity debut, too. He dropped 19 points through the hcops and K was his tip-in that put the Ponie<| f. ahead for good after seven mm- nd 20 seconds of. play. AJ wiu i..~ -. ^^ oiVj U ClluOOvJU r\naiiii i_.u*i^-fc, _ ver already has becMi drafted W| • • an(J R , cc edged Lamar state <n!,-rt r\\rnr ihf» KnnT.nS CltV 11*311- '•__' take over the Kansas City ""••-;„ cliise. A five-man board \vill dc- lo termine damages due the Western in the Denver case. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Cleveland Charlie Norkus. 193 1 '?, Port Washington, N. Y. out pointed Roland LaStarza, 190, New York; 10.-Rocky Castollani, 150. Cleveland, stopped Moses Ward, ;PO, Detroit, 8.- Honolulu Stan Harrington, 143, Honolulu, knocked out Chuck Curetdri, 146>/2, Los An'geies, 7. The Oilrcs jumped to a 10-3 Isad in the opening minutes at Fayette- \ille and held .the Porkers just about that fur back for the rest of the game. Former Iowa star Chuck Darling led the Phillips attack with 14 pdnts. the same total racked up . by soph Terry Day of the Porkers. Texas Christian's stellar sophomore center, Richard O'Neal, made Ms varsity debut impressive "against the ACC Wildcats "- '" J Frogs with 31 points on goals and nine free throws. TCU's pun*, ^real sUck 11 field for the 39. $250 $795 We are going to Cook Cake and p ure pork Sausage All Day Saturday, December 4th. Be Sure and Come in and try samples of this fine Sausage & Cake. ~~~* " " ~FRUIT CAKE INGREDIENTS No. 7682 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County. Ark. QUEEN ESTHER HAMILTON Plaintiff vs. MARVELL HAMILTON Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, Marvell Hamilton is warned to appear in this court \vithin thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Queen Esther Hamilton. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 26th day of October 1954. Garrott Willis. Clerk By L. C. Byers, D. C. (SEAL) L. E. Grain,. Attorney for Plaintiff John P. Vesey. Attorney Ad Litem Der 2. 9, 1C. 23' "Spiritual Ills'Said to Spreading By ALTON L. BLAKESLEE AP Science Reporter MIAMI, Fla. An ominous "spiritual disease" seems to be spreading, a prominent physician declared tociaj', nnd a change of heart is needed to fight it. "The physical and mental health of our people is relatively good, but there is evidence of spiritual disease." Dr. Julian P. Price, pediatrician of Florence, S. C., tok' the American Medical Assn. He said the signs include "lax- noss of 'ncrals in our nationa government in recent years the hold which organized vice has upon legislative and social life di; honesty anc 1 . corruption in various itate and local governments. "The increase in crime in our teen-age population the evidence] f bribery and unethical conduct j n amateur athletics the effort; made by many to cheat on their ncoma tax. 'The mad search for pleasure| which causes our people to spen.1l four times os much for alcoholic! beverages as they do for religious and welfare activities the inroads which the .loctrine of atheistic communism is making upon the thinking of some of our citizens. ' • Dr. Price, a member of the AMA's Board of Trustees, declared 1he only remedy "lies in a change of heart.'' "It is my rincere belief that the greatest need of our country today and of o-.ir profession is a fpiritual rebirth, a return to God and His eternal principles. And the rebirth must come in the heart of the average citizen and in the average doctor of medicine.'' VENEZUELA VISIT • CARACAS, Venezuela Iff! U.S.' Secretary of Treasury George M. Humphrey arrived yesterday arid met with Venezuela's President Col. Marcos Perez Jimenez sifter nt- tending the Jnter-Amcriran Economic Conference in Brazil. • COOKED MONEY NEVADA CITY, Calif., <UP> John , , a tavern operator, had cost of about $87.50 tteh. Mrs. Hnse hid $175 in fhfe £tove. Her husband Hghtfcd iftfr J Ol'II TiUttif et It* V VI il *f£fti G iwft. « itRUjin. 1 **;* .1 LV * iih>»r vciiivi **£,*•> *.u «»<.« two fried £ggs for breakfast, at a Uto-se the following rhorninjr to^etkik Scientists, in a recent study, found, that camels do not have any special facilities for storing water in their bodies. Serving You Since 1896 FREE DELIVERY — DIAL 7-4431 GRADE A LARGE COUNTRY EGGS Doz 25 POUNDS LIGHTGRUST With Coupon 8 Lb. Pail Funeral Directors FUNERAL ItwiAND USED GLA?8 i5"s*aWv(' i i hi et* Alien' 1 S&ty^* ^EV f^ y °r uy ';' > IgpP) PORTER & - Operator. OAKCREST INSURANCE 2ND & HAZEL i and r^,V|«yl^for . Wv,Hi>l!9,l>4 Balers id Ford Tractors HOME . . AMBULANCE , . PHONE 7-212 AD-1 Mo. TF BETTY CROCKER — WHITE, MARBLE CAKE MIX SPICE, YELLOW and DEVILS FOOD 3 boxes 95c CANDIED PINEAPPLE CANDIED CHERRIES Natural Green and Red Lb. Lb. 65c 69c 2 Limit I f When can I see the new long, low car of the year? N a. $895 THREE Walker Deep hounds guaranteed' to hunt, jump and run a deer. See Cyril Orren at Orren Service station, 3rd and Elm Streets/Hope. 2-3t GUARANTEED electric Singer sewing machine. Take over small payments on $24;50 balance. To see machine Write Box D. % Hope Star. ' 2-3t Mrs. Tuckers 1 Lb'.'CanjFree When you Buy 3 Can 8/C . BAKERS COCONUT 2 Long Shred 4 Oz., Boxes MARSHMALLOW CREAM FINE FOR MAKING CANDY Shoulder Round STEAK KLEENEX 2 boxes 25c HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 1 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. For lUnt ., Tractor Co. FOUR room furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator, Garage. No children, JVLrs. Ann a Judson, 220 Help Wanted GODCHAUX SKILLED CRAFT training job open due to expansion Hope, business. Permanent job. Requirements: Male, in 20's, with military service, behind him, high school graduate or better. Tell about yourself in letter in own handwriting. Write: Opportunity X, P. O. Box 98,'Hope. Ark. 27-tf N. Elm. 10 ' tf BURNISHED apartment. 4 rooms and bath, $35, >A block from City I Hall. Adults only. Phone 7-2153. 1 ' 22-tf UNMARRJSP. lady, 30-40, for good •eneral office position in Corpus Christi, Texas. Should be good typist. Give reference and when available. Write Box N, Hope Star. 29 - 6t FURNISHED 3 room apartment, private bath. 419 S. Elm, Phone rmite Control Cp, Fre» Coll Jr, 7-3138. 29-3t NEWLY decorated 3 room furnished apartment at Pecan Grove. See Elmer Murph or phone 73471. 29-6t FIVE room house for rent. Rede corated' and new roof. Phone 7 4368. 30-3t THREE room furnished apart' ment. private bath, Utilities paid ' Phone 7-2205, 1-tf TWO room furnished apartment, Frigidaire, private bath. Bills psid. Couple preferred. 712 E, Piyision. 2-3t UJ^Fui^NlSHED liowse. 7 large rooms and b^th. Located two blocks from town, and 'is near school arid churches. Rent reasonable. Phone 7-2450. 2-3t nffi'' . pie-phonics to re- SUGAR 10 Ibs. 89e GOOD RIB STEAK T-Bones & Sirloins SUGAR FRESH FRYERS PET AND CARNATION MILK 4 Large Cans 45c . PREMIUM CRACKERS DERBY PLAIN CHILI 29c HONOR BRAND Orange Juice 2 Pound _AT YOUR MERCURY DEALER'S NOW* f BEEF ROAST Strayed WHITE face heifer, 250-300 lb., near DeAnn. Notify W. M. Tyree, Route 3, Box 131, Hope. 29-3t FOR GOOD PRODUCE AND LOW PRICE Notict AM now taking orders for fresh . coconut and jam cakes through December 20, for Christmas. Mrs. Milton Eason, Phone 74622. 30 ' 8t FRESH YELLOW SQUASH 2 Pounds 15c HOME GROWN SWEET POTATOES 3 Pounds CARROTS FOR THE BEST MEAT YOU Delicious. Extra Fancy Red. Pound YOU LL SAVE ON THESE We are happy to announce that Mr. Ivan Williams is now with us in our retail market. Mr. Williams has had many years experience, and we invite his many friends and customers to come in and see him at the Hope Locker Plant. Don't miss these money saving meat values. PUREGR. BEEF Lbs. PORK CHOPS Lb. 5 Lb. Bag JUICY YOUR child is in danger when trespassing on the property of others putting Christmas Trees. l-6t TO person who has our floor polisher, please return, no extra charges. B&B Grocery. 2-31 DECKERS PURE PORK SAUSAGE Lost NICELY furnished 3 room cottage apartment. Electric refrigerator, bills paid. 917 W. 6th. Phone 7' 4345 or 7-3406. 2-3t BLACK Engish bull call, 4 months old, weighing about 250 lb. Strayed' from farm near Emmet. U found notify C. D. Ward, Ward's Radiator Shop, Hope. 30-3t Wanted to Rent HOUSE with 5 to 10 acres of land and large hen house. Preferably near town. C. P. Spring. Em met, flt. 1. 1-S DECKERS Bacon Ends 2 " 5 39c S«rvic«* Of Urtd GOLD case pocket watch, 23 jewel, five position, lost in Little Missouri bottoms, South of Highway 67. Liberal reward, 923 Eabt Second St., Phone 7-5a05.- 30-6t SOY'S black rainpoat and matching cap, prapUeally new. Please returp to Stay office. 2-3t| CHUCK ROAST lb. 35c Employment Offered (Malt gt Ftmale) GROUND BEEF EVER ATE - B&B HAS IT TALL KORN BACON.!--We DECKERS PURE PORK The Best Money Can Buy SAUSAGE 2 - 71c STEW FRESH CUT UP NICE YOUNG DRESSED T BONE STEAK • • lb. 44c 3 POUND CARTON SHORTENING 69c SiHLOIN STEAK lb. 44c STEW BEEF lb. 18c Crt. Sunvalley OLEO 2 Lbs 39c 4 1.00 ALL MEAT SAUSAGE MEAT and SIRLOIN THEY ARE GOOD - 49c COUNTRY SAUSAGE lb. 35c PORK RIBS lb. 43c NECK BONES lb. 18c 6 OZ. CAN HONOR BRAND Fro. Orange Juice STEAK }n Classified »nd Display A(Jverti6«ig Pepartments. Thpse with previous Sales e«p^r- Jence or Journalism training WiU i» « lven pseference, High School Mwetion and typing re» Quired. Salary end. Commission WE DEUVER 'ht^iOs SUPER DIAL ET 7-4501 IPT ? i x',.^,' Wi...s4»: FRESH FAT HENS v,*w^nfci c >> , ,1* fTfff*'*('iLT w *i ' V i" 1 * '".A '* < ^* * f* ! ?r* '*cV"- ' <*& ' ^ffljfl^ I 1 •• f'-'l ^f%A?>%.;^;<:^ ;Ja PIG EARS lb. 18c CHUCK ROAST lb,27c FRESH INFERTIAL EGGS doi. 49c FRESH GROUND BEEF 2 lb. 49c Hope Locker & Processing Co. Inc. ^t^ \ H.W.PHIVUPS - 415 S. MAIN - J. P. BOSWELl REPHAN'S BIGGEST '• ,.,>* »• a ^"^j ^r-^1 pre Christmas 3 BIG MONEY SAVING DAYS-THURS., FRI^SAT.-DEC 2-3-^ w 8 M II •v'^T^i—'v'i*- "-ijji--Y,J (» -•", -j — t - ^ < %r y f T ug^sSgn*^^ 1 ,, »*T^ F ' *• • v ^ ' f *- * ^ ^ MEN'S SUITS Regular $30.00 values. Navy blue, green, and grey. Styles O I A' you'll like A"T. 1 Here is a savings event you can't afford to.miss. You II wahl to buy ..»,.; _,, gifts for the entire family and the home during this BIG MONEY SAVING PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE at REPHAN'S. Buy now at after Christmas prices. We are bringing this Sale before Christmas because we .appreciate iiLi splendid business you have given us throughout the year. Shop-now save at Rephah's Thursday, Friday and Saturday. MEN'S DRESS SOX These will make ideal gifts for the men on your list. Regular 50c values. Now 3prs 1.00 Men's Winter Unions Another real value buy in these winter unions. Now only 1.98 MEN'S DRESS PANTS One group of these pants that include values to 6.98. Now only 3.88 MEN'S FELT One group of these hats that. ,inclC|i values to 4.98.' Now'only, ,'; 1.98 Men's Sport Shirjs One group of these sport sriirts .t^haWr ' regular $3,00 values.^ , Now'j. '«$$& *U , ^^ i#% ' w ' c. ( ,\^ v^ -i-ii- rfcS^ , 1 O - ^vwl ' I IT l\rf 1 I W T. T '^ v v ?mr *• ^» | v - • T-A. Fancy Western ^spurts at this-specidhk , * f *> l *\ *> ff-w - 1 *- "W- 1 ? H price of, r>ni« < f *. *•-...»• | Men's Sport Shirts | | A gift 'any man will appreciate. Wool plaid « shirts that are regular $.00. values. While they last 3.981 MEN'S CORDUROY SHIRTS Another shirt he will like for Christmas. Assorted colors. Regular 5.00 values. 3.98 BOY'S CORDUROY SHIRTS Sizes 6 to 12 and regular 3.00 values. Ideal for his Christmas. Only 1.98 Boys 8 Oz. Blue Jeans Double pockets, Zipper fly, rivited at points 1 AQ of stress. Sizes'3 to 16. Special now ••^• 7 Cotton Sheet BLANKETS Size ,60x76, 1.00 Ladies Nylonized PANTIES Extra special now 4 For 1.00 First Quality Ladies Nylon HOSE Regular 98c values. 54 gauge. Now 2 Prs 98C 36 Inch Corduroy In beautiful colors, 88c Yd Ladies House SHOES 200 pairs of these to choose from. Men's Pa jamas Nationally advertised pajamas that are regular 4.98 values. Sizes J3.and C 2.98 Flannel Shirts These will make an ideal gift for him. Values to 2.49. Now only 1.79 > , f* rwup. These, are woqi/|i|?ed^oc - cold vyeather f •• - ,",' i^ 'f >^ K Just the iltiing for his Ch; Many stylesi.colorsla 'wiHthi?.''*?."*/« vfU.J Boys Tom Sawyer S DRESS SHIRTS i Just the gift for any boy. Regular 2.98 values. Sizes -12 to Hi.' Get his now 98c 1.98 36 Inch PRINTS In beautiful patterns 4 Yds 1.00 For Her Vanity Sets Ideal Christmas gift. 79c Unbleached Domestic Heavy Grade domestic 6 Yds 1.00 LADIES COATS $10.88 One big rack. Values to 22.98 Special now GIRLS COATS $5.98 One big rack. Beautiful colors. Sizes 3 to 6. Most of these are 100% wool coats LADIES HATS . tt.98 Smart fall and winter dress style hots. Sell regularly for $4.98, Now only • <-n- Dress Pants ! One group of the«e boys p that Include value* up to 4.98. HOPB'S FRIENOLY

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