Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 14, 1954 · Page 6
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$a&, '#:•%** t*'tn ?v X'V- ;" HOPfi «TAR, MOM, ARKANSAS Thursday, January 14, 19S4 I' -a < :?. ' Kv - -,< |t\ • More Savings From Front to Back t Continuing Our Big January CLEARANCE I * t " • |iy r We dre continuing our Fall Clearance and have added t , many more Winter specials that you'll need for now and ,*' '. and later. -Hurry and Save at Owen's. HEAVY BROWN SHEETING IX'V'^I .Inch. This is a regular 29c [5'"r r >'\, value. Special 4 yds. $1.00 I; WHITE COTTON BAITS t^y This is,a regular $1.39 value. C'V 1 ' •] • 4 Special Ladies $14.95 STOLES Still a fair selection of colors. Special $7.90 I u ^ Ik'. $1.25 Ladies Gabardine LONG COATS These are regular $21.50 values Special now $15.00 One Table LADIES SHOES it > ' These are values to $7.95. ..f,~, 'f f ; '&' - «s Special now $4.00 LADIES ALL WOOL COATS Short or long coats that are $34.95 Values. Special $15.00 r '' Dress end Casual LADIES SHOES I v lV;pne ( J3ig < table,of values to $5.95. |,,V !,>><•* >- vli Special'now »<"'•' ' These' J are values to $8.95. faScA^IHWA, "f'VnV'V'-C" •" I • ' ' Lai,';« J.I . "™ uSnorinl nrtvj now fLocjies $2.49 Outing Gowns |V, «>,! jJsi,These "are in all sizes. ^»'"|L w "\. Special now only Bf $ ':" '$1.97 ' SHEETS -inst'^Quality"Spring Knight sheets ' tHat are 81x99. Special only ;*? $2.49 ea. 1 ' ,!-, 1, ' . LADIES $10.95 DRESSES Each dress taged with sale tag. Reduced to $5.66 and $7.33 LADIES $7.95 .DRESSES One rack ofvthe'se reduced'to $4.87 and $5.33 H. f '' '_ I' FJRSf-QUALITY SHEETS These ate Sprjng Knight Sheets. Size 81x99." New low price $1.98 ea. "Adam or Wright" MENS FELT HATS Values to $8.50 ..... ,..,.:...: Values to $7.00 ... ....... . ..... Now Values to <O OTT .7/ $5.50 . Now CORDUROY SHIRTS , ? Vi Re^ulqr-$5,95, values. All colors Iv, •.tri-H, -4. t t 1 tp chpose from. $4.66 HAYNES TOWELS Regular 98c Values. Theyiare heavy and fast color. Special only 64c |fS CORPUROY SHIRTS I^ 1 Y Regular $4,95 .values, Reduced I [ V; n • to only $3.50 , SWEAT SHIRTS Heavy fle.ece' lined sweat shirts. Grey 1 . ?cr>hite. ^Reg, $1.59 values. Special HAYNES BATH TOWELS These are 20x40 towels. Extra special only ,. 3for$l.QQ MENS RUBBER BOOTS Heavy weight. Ideal for cold wet weather. Regular $5,50 values $4.95 MEN? WINTER UNIONS |r Hones fltid jRussell brands. Regular $^,39 values, Special now MENS HEAVY OVERSHOES These are 4 buckle overshoes,.- Regular $5.50 values. Special $1.94 $4.95 MENS TIES f l.QO^ond $1.50 values. These sell fast. Special only Ladies and Children; SWING BOOTS Entire stock of these- in brown, white or red. Regular $3-95 values.. Only $2.95 Your Other Sovjncjs , ,, U. S. Gr$en Stomps T M I. N Dayton Has Lost Role of Giant Killer By BEN PHLEOAR NEW YORK tat— The University of Dayton basketball team prob ably will hive lo pivc up its lease on the tille of "giant killers" after what happened last night. The Ohio Flyers blew a six-point lead m 80 seconds and bowed to Western Kentucky 79-75 in a triple overtime battle. The victory was No. 15 for Western, longest unbeaten streak in the nation. Just a year ago Dayton wrecked Scion Afill's string of 27 triumphs, longest ever compiled by a major college in a single season. The FJyers led the fifth-ranking Hilltoppcrs until the final three minutes of regulation time. In the first overtime they built a 64-58 advantage with 80 seconds to play. But Western fought back and tied the score on Jack Sallce's driving jump shot with two seconds left. Tom Marshall collected a field goal and two foul shots early in the third overtime and the Flyers never again caught up. Oklahoma City University, No. 8. whipped Houston 70-02 in the only other action involving ranking teams. Arnold Short scored 18 points in the first quarter and ended the night with 41 for the Oklahomans Bradley, coming fast after three early season setbacks, scored a surprisingly cany 76-59 decision over St. Louis for its eighth straight triumph. Both the Navy and the Army won. The Middies beat Rutgers 7.361 after trailing at halftime and points. the Cadets outclassed Swarthmorc 74-71 with Bill Hannon scoring 31 Syracuse, the only team to beat Cornell this season, did it for the second time, 71-69, on a 20-foot set shot by Mel Besdin with six seconds to play. Penn State defeated West Virginia 74-66 with a rally in the last five minutes ^ftcr the lead had changed hands 10 times. Bob Schafer, one of the country's most prolific scorers, collected 37 points as Villanova breezed past Kings College of Pennsylvania. Golden Circle Narrows Down to Only One By BOB THOMAS . < •••• HOLLYWOQD (ffi — Whatever happened to the Golden Corrlc? A couple of years ago, Paramount put forth a "big hoopla about a dozen or so young hopefuls who were supposedly, destined for, stardom. The campaign was designed to duplicate a previous Golden Circle, which fostered such names as Susan Ha'yward, William Holden, Ellen Drew and Patricia Morrison. Today only one of the most ro- ccnt Golden Circle remains at Paramount — Joan Taylor. Another, Mary Murphy, had a lead in n Marlon Brando picture. But only Barbara Rush appears to be working regularly in movies. One of the circle alumfti was recently reported working in a gas station. Barbara Rush'. 1 ; fortunes are prospering at Universal-International. She has been doing leads, her latest being opposite Rock Hudson in"Taza, Son of Cochise." 1 had lunch with her and she told me why the circle proved to be something less than golden: "It was doomed from the start As a mntter of fact, I don't t hink it was such a good idea. They spent a lot of money promoting Ihe circle as an institution, even took all of us to New York and around the country. "But it was sold as an institution. Everybody had heard of the Solden Circle, but nobody coul<- iejl you who was in it. "Besides, it isn't practical for studio like Paramount. The studi builds very few players fron scratch, as they were trying lo d with us. Whatever new people the push usually have already bui iheir reputations in other fields Like Rosemary Clooney from rec ords, Audrey Hepburn from th stage or Joanne Gilbert from nigh clubs. "Tho really unknown playe never has a chnnce. We saw tha when we were trying to get gooi roles. Every time a good on would come along, the bosse would try to borrow Elizabetl Taylor. "Paramount isn't geared for do veloping new people. It makes s 'ew pictures on its own; most! hey are made by outside produc ers like Hal Wallis, Perlberg-Sea ,on or Pine-Thomas. They wan he protection of a star name, ant that's understandable. The onij studio? that can build new star ire places like MGM or U-I, wher josse.j like Dove Schary or E.d ward Muhl can, tell producers tha hey have to use contract players.' Two Killed on Icy Bridge NEWPORT W) — Two Amagw •puths died when the pickup truck n which they were riding skiddec a patch, of ice and slammed nto the banister of a Cash Rive e on Highway J4 nf here 1%$ night. TWPPF KILLED BY CAR GOULD W> — A 48-year-old Negro was killed when struck by a car while he was walking along Highway 65 about two miles north of hare Tuesday night. ' State Trooper Haskell identified Gould. him as Sam Kennedy of Gould. Haskell said the car was driven by Bobby Terleton, 22, also of Charles II of England once to suppress coffee houses on tha ground they were centers of poll- ticiai agitation. Stock Your Pantry Today with Values from A&P's OLLAR A&P BRAND FREESTONES SLICES OR HALVES IONA BRAND BARTLETT VARIETY DOLE OR DEL MONTE BRAND FANCY PINEAPPLE SULTANA BRAND FAMOUS FRUIT SUNMAID BRAND FANCY SEEDLESS VAN CAMP BRAND IN TOMATO SAUCE ANN PAGE BRAND IN TOMATO SAUCE IONA BRAND CUT STYLE RANCH STYLE WITH CHILI SPICE DEER BRAND PURPLE HULL THRIFTY FRESH PRODUCE Rutabaga Turnips Ib. 5c FLORIDA ORANGES 8 £ 45c GREEN CABBAGE Lb 3c FLORIDA SEEDLESS LARGE SIZE GRAPEFUIT 4 FRESH CELLO CARROTS 2 Bunches COLORADO YELLOW ONIONS 3 Lbs LARGE SIZE CAULIFLOWER No. 300 Can OTHER GRAND SAVINGS ANN PAGE PEANUT BUTTER IONA GOLDEN CORN SULTANA WHOLE GREEN BEANS SUN SWEET PRUNE JUICE HY POWER TAMALES ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT 35c No. 303 !/%-, Can lUC No. 303 lO^ Can 17C Bottle 28 Oz. 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