Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1948 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 2, 1948
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Thursday, December 2, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS w DAYS FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY, DECEMBER 3rd,4*h and 6th These Prices Positively Good For These Three Days Only, So Be on Time Moke OWEN'S Your Christmas Shopping Headquarters-A!! Packages Gift Wrapped FREE! During These Three Days of Red Hot Prices, These $1 3.95 Values, going for each 2,000 yards of 49c fast color Prints, in beautiful new patterns, during this big Three Days' event at - Men's Dress Shirts, slightly soiled, but real values. Worth up to $4.00 each. These three big days for yards for One group of Sweaters for men, women and children, values to $3.95, three days 11 ONLY LADIES' - •- $35.00 values, Three days only 36 inch Heavy Outing in stripes, colors and white. Sells regularly at 39c yard. These three days only — S Values to $19.95, in this event only Men's Men's $5.95 Blanket Robes in small medium and large sizes. In this big three days event Ladies ...One lot of Ladies, Short '.' Sleeve Sweaters, values ' : tp'$5.00. . 100% all Wool Come and get 'em for only 35'only, Lodies'i'new Fall 'Purses, values to $6.00, big 3-day Clean-up — Only Big selection now at CHILDREN'S Buy all you want! Regular 59c value, for three days — 3 for 50c Cannon Sheets 81x99 Cannon Sheets, first quality, Type 128. Now — Ct 4 "! fUO $2.39 38 New Fall Crepes, Wools, and Gabardines. Values to $19.95 These three days at only$! Men's-.Red Ball Qv- - erdlls,' full 8 ounce, vest back and san- forized, the pair — 26 only Boys' Sport Jackets and Suits—• One lot of Piece Goods, values to 59c - Price See these! They're Steals! BOYS' HEAVY 14 only, Boys' Heavy Raincoats in black and yellow. $-4.95 value now — only Quiit Bundles Quilt Bundles, all Print, 2 pound rolls now —- LADIES 4 only Slack Suits, values to $17.95, during these three days, only Thousands of yards ... 27 inches wide, in solids and stripes, now at cyd. 4yardsfor----99c 51 guage Nylon Hose, all sizes. New colors . . . very sheer —pr. CONNON WASH CLOTHS Regular 15c values, in this event only 1 Extra heavy, 5% Wool ... A real $5.00 value ... in this big event for — iy; HEAVY BROWN DOMESTIC 5 yards for LARGE USE OUR EASY LAY-AWAY PLAN for Ladies Panties, Hollywood style Briefs. An ideal Christmas gffr; In white, maize and pink. Regular 59c pair values, these three days at — pair for CHILDRENS Regular $2.49 value, while 100 pairs last, for HOPE, ARKANSAS WE CLOTHE THE FAMILY FOR LESS We save you money on ail Rubber Goods! Pone Ffv« Forrestal Says U.S. Must;...^ Supply! New York Dec, 2 —(/!>)— Secre- jtary of Defense Forrcstal says the United Stalt-s must supply Western Europe with "a gui.ioi.-ou9 measure of equipment" to support, the common defense pinna of .jive nations. Such , aid is necessary to igive meaning to the Brussels" treaty- signed by Britain France 'Belgium Holland and Luxembourg— rorrostnl said inst night at ' the annual dinner oJ the En!?hsh-~speak- ing union. ,", ^ ( Forrestal presumably jimant military equipment but he did- not say so specifically. > Recalling that objectives of the Brussels treaty arc bciivg developed under direction of Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery into plans for concerted action for the com- non defense of the fivo .nations I'orrestal declared: "To make these plans- meaningful however a generous- measure of equipment will have to ' be givn to Western Europe" for these people cannot prosper while thy ivc in fear of their lives - • "Just as the United Stales was he arsenal of'democracy so" .must t become a repositor of hope and iy its strcnsth banish Jrom the learts of its friends anxiety and ear of the future. For the people of Western Europe are yet in need ->£ tho brightness of this newwdrld o help guide them out Of the darkness.' CARL HENDRIX HONORED Detroit. Dee. 2 —(IP) State Rep. Carl Hendrix of Arkansas has been elected second vice-president Of the Council of State Governments.' He was named here yesterday oh'the eve of the council's general assembly meeting. " • » A kangaroo without a tajf;*which acts as a balancing pole, overbalances easily and turns soniel'saults. YES-Yco CANServe a 1 l t\ftU ! PEOHO OMTHF. l&BEL

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