Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1948 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 2, 1948
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Thursday, December 2, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS 'W Paae five towe DAY RED FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 4th and 6th These Prices Positively Good For These Three Days Only, So Be on Time Make OWEN'S Your Christmas Shopping Headquarters of Packages Gift Wrapped FREE! During These Three Days of Red Hot Prices, These $1 3.95 Values, going for each ,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 B' • ' 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 — ; 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 clays event rB<i Ladies .One lot of Ladies, Short Sleeve Sweaters, values to; $5.00. . 100% all Wool Come and get 'em for only '/-*&f^P^** / Jv ^^M^ 35'only, L,adies';'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 —• 38 New Fall Crepes, Wools, and Gabardines. Values to $19.95 These three days at 8 81x99 Cannon Sheets, first quality, Type 128. Now — hreri . Men's .Red' Ball Qv- • • eralls," 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 See these! They're Steals! BOYS' HEAVY $2.39 14 only, Boys' Heavy Raincoats in black and yellow. $4.95 value now — only Quilt Bundles Quilt Bundles, all Print, 2 pound rolls now — LADIES 4 only Slack Suits, values to $17.95, during these three days, only Pjfc! Thousands of yards ... 27 inches wide, in solids and stripes, now at cyd. 4 yards for - - - - 51 guage Nylon Hose, all sizes. New colors . . . very sheer — Scpr. CONNON WASH CLOTHS Regular 15c values, in this event only] Extra heavy, 5% Woo! ... A real $5.00 value ... in this big event for — la©© HEAVY BROWN LARGE USE OUR EASY LAY-AWAY PLAN for Ladies Panties, Hollywood style Briefs. An ideal Christmas gift'. In white, rnaize and pink. Regular 59c pair values, these three days at — pair for CHILDREN* Regular $2.49 value, while 100 pairs last, for only — HOPE, ARKANSAS WE CLOTHE THE FAMILY FOR LESS a ftzgr Ji We save you money on all Rubber Goods! ffi T p 1 f A i i § Forrestd Says U. S. Must—: Supply Europe Now York Doc. 2 —IT)— Secfe- jlary of Defense Forrcstal says the United Staios.must supply Western Europe with "a generous, measure of equipment" to suppoit the common de-fens? plans of five nations. Such . nid -is necessary to JRive meaning to the Brussels'" treaty— signcci by Britain France >Bcl- Kitim Holland anci Luxembourg— I-orrcstal said last, nicht at the annual dinner ot the Enghsh-spcak- ing union. .Forrcstal presumably .hvsant military equipment but he did not say so specifically. Recalling that objectives of the Brussels treaty are beiivt; developed under direction of Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery into plans for concerted action for th<> common defense of the five . nations i orrestal declared: •• "To make these plans m«aning- lul however a generous measure of equipment will have' t& ' be givn to Western Europe for these people cannot prosper whjlc thy live in fear of their lives. "Just as the United Stales Avas .he arsenal of democracy so ,must t become a rcpositor of hope and .iy its strength banish ,from the learts of its friends anxiety and fear of the future. For the people of Western Europe are yet in need of the brightness of this new -world to help guide thorn out ' of 'the darkness.' CARL HENDRIX HONORED' Detroit. Dee. 2 — <7P) State Hep. Carl Hcndrix of Arkansas has been elected second vice-president oE the Council of Stale Governments. He was named here yesterday oh'the eve of the council's general assembly meeting. A kangaroo without a tali; which acts as a balancing pole, overbalances easily and turns somci'saults. ff* 3k &fl tf* Lim Serve QH'A /~-s CH1U&KW' 1 Dice '-• £ 5" uUUUl-t-a. ro'wtK ci COHH Add V ^ i LOOK F9R S( S| PEOHOeMTfHEUbEL ffft i ' •••;,*" •*f^v.-J^ ;?V|ip&^35 '••M^V.T.Tr T - S&<2nV " ^^^^^^^^^s^i^v^^t^^^^^^^^^^^^-^^^^^^a^^^^^^

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