Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 1, 1954 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, March 1, 1954
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HOPE STAR, MOPS, ARKANSAS Monday, Marcfi 1, 1954 1,000 miles long has ifefoss Australia in an rabbits. Lapplanders milk half-wild reindeer and keep the milk all winter in frozen chunks. Laplanders milk half-wild rein deer and keep the milk all winter in frozen chunks. "WELCOME ARKANSAS HEREFORD ASSN.' UESDAY IS VALUE DAY IN OWEN'S, HOPE'S LARGEST STORE IS BRINGING YOU HOPE'S BIGGEST VALUES Restwefl Sheets First duality 81x99 Restwell Sheets, „ , Type A. Regular $2.59 value. Limit 2 fo o customer Tuesday only Ladies Nylon Hose ,' Tuesday Only. 66 gauge, first quality . 12 denier, ladies nylon host. Beautiful •-', new spring shades $1.75 value Spring Dresses r „ Extra special. One rack ladies new '*j spring dresses. Value to $8.95. Tues- J.'1'day only ',-« Colored Sheets S'^Tuesday Only. ^81x99 Springmaid V'Colored Sheets. K3.50 value Nylon Shirts big table men's beautiful Nylon ts. Getting r^eady for spring. Valto $3.95. Tuesday only Sport Coats Close out. One rack Ladies Sport Coats, Jackets and Stoles. Values to $14.95. Tuesday only Fall Dresses Close Out. One big rack ladies fall dresses. Values to $13.95. Don't miss it. Tuesday only. Tuesday Only. Big 89c Cannon Towels, beautiful colors. Puckered Special. $1.50 Puckered Nylon, 42 inches wide. Men's Slacks A Real Value. Men's new spring Slacks values to $8.95. Tuesday only. Your pick of the table. PRESCOTT NEWS Wednesday, March 3 Mrs. Dallis Atkins will be hostess to members of the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Friday, March 5 World Day of Prayer will be observed for all the people of Prescott on Friday at 2:30 p. m. at tho First Methodist Church. Mrs. Charles Dews Hostess to '47 Bridge Club The home of Mrs. Charles Dews was beautifully decorated with arrangements of spirca, jonquils and japonic a on Wednesday afternoon when she was hostess to the '47 Bridge Cluy. There were four tables of play crs. The high score club prize wa won by Mrs. E. R. Ward the higl score guest prize by Mrs. Guss Me Uaskill and the cut prizo by Mrs Jim Iloke of Arkadelphia. A delectable salad course was served from the tables ccntcrec vllh crystal vases filled with jon quils. Bridge guests were Mrs. D. L Vtcllac Jr., Mrs. Harold Lewis Mrs. Allen Gee Sr., Mrs. O. G lirst Mrs. Bob Robrlson, Mrs Hokc and Mrs. McCaskill. Tea guests included Mrs. J. B. Franks Vlrs. Edward Bryson and Mrs Jim Hamilton. ants are suffering there. We all agreed with her this is the only place to call home. She showed Bachelor Getting Re-acquainted KRMIT, Tex. (*) —A i>ldiet and the home town and he once forsook for comrtiinism were quietly getting reacqtuinted today. different articles made in Ireland! CpK claudc Batchelor, by her family and friends. scribed former leader or 2 other During the social hour the hos- American prisoners who CHose to tess served a delicious saiad plate! sltj y witl \ the Red f in No <f h Kd- wilh coffee. ' ' ' ' Mrs. Davidson of Gurclon was also a guest of the club. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gray children have returned from points of interest in Florida and Brimingham, Ala., where they accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lancaster of Newport. rea, got home yesterday. He was welcomed by his family at El Paso, where he arrired by commercial airliner. How the appoxlmately 6,9t2 citr and izens of Kemit will ultimately rt June White Chosen Good Citizen Miss June White daughter o; Mr. and Mrs. Carl White, will be sponsored by Benjamin Cul| hapter of the Daughters of tho American Revolution as the goot citizen of Prescott High Schoo n a statewide DAR contest. Miss White was chosen by her senior class and by the faculty She is an honor student and vice ^resident of the senior class anc vas a member of Arkansas Girl* tate in 1953. >uatity and Price go hand in hand at Owen's, Always more for your money, Always Best in Qualify. DEPARTMENT STORED Af, Rainbow Garden Club Has February Meeting Rainbow Garden Club met Wed nesday evening in the home of Mrs 3ert Wingfield which was artist cally decorated in St. Patrick do jorstations. Tho pres. opened the meeting •vith the Lords Prayer repeatec in unison. Roll call and the minutes, w<;r.p by the Secretary MrsvyWingfieid, It was voted to have a bake sale in Stewarts; Electric Store Saturday March 13. The presiden asked that all donations of books be brought to her by Friday Fob 26. She will then mail them to the Sanatorium at BoonevHle. The President and Mrs. Dawson Henry are to look after the shrub; the club planted at the Jr. High School last year. Mrs. Jake Underwood, program -.hairman, introduced Mrs. Sterling pt'Gu-rdon who is a native of Ire' land and has made , a ...recent visil to'her 'homeland .after ( being .ov,- or here forty years. Ske, discussec the Irish ways arid , customs,, v ?ijso the difference in laws and'religions and the persecution the \ -',- WELCOME ARKANSAS '-HEREFORD ASSN. DAY WE GIVE AND REDEEM A GROUP OF MENS ., * These shirts are made of fine White foadcloth £>y one of the finest shirt Irrigkers, They are real values at the low of $1.39 each. AN ASSORTMENT OF YARD LIMITED QUANTITY Lad^s Tailored Rayon ^^^^F ' -mm 'iWp ^W ^^^| IM > .^dPp ite and Teg Rose In this group of fine cottons you will find — Sport Denims — Combed Ginghams — Birdseye and Regular Pique — Chambrays — Values to $1.15. LIMITED QUANTITY Non Skid Cotton THROW RUGS Regular Price $3.95 $1.69 EACH Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dalrymple and Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Arnold Jr. Spent Wednesday afternoon at Oaklawn Park, Hot Springs. Mrs. Norvelle Parker of Texarkana was the guest Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Watson Whitn Jr. and other relatives. Mrs. R. P. Hamby visited relatives in Fulton on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Cox motored to Texarkana Wednesday for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Foster and children have returned from Corpus Christ!, Texas where they were the fiucsts of relatives. Misses Nina and Helen Scott of Houston, Texas have been the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Scott. Mrs. Neil Mocks and Mrs. Johnny Hulan of Redland Community Mrs. Albert Rcdfern and Mrs. Ed Coltlnghnm of the New Hope Community, Mrs. Elmer May, Mrs. E. N. Grisham and Mrs. Tom Silvey of the Bocicaw Community. Mrs. Madge Burgess and Mr. G. E. Tanner attended the Rural Community Improvement State meeting in Little Rock last week. The Bocicaw community recently entered the Community Improvement program and placed second in the district. : Lt. and Mrs. C. R. Gordon, who arc visiting relatives In MapNjlia were the Wednesday guests of his grandfather, Mr. A. A. Gordon and other relatives. Lt. Gordon has just returned from active duty: in. Korea and will be stationed in Victoria, Texas. Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Hairston were Wednesday afternoon visitors at Oaklawn Park, Hot Springs. Legal Notice No. 7000 In the Chancery Court of Hcm'pstcad County, Ark. Betty Applcgatc Et Al Plaintiff vs. . Win. I. Belcher Et Al .... Defendant WARNING ORDER The Defendant, Wm. I. Belcher Et Al are warned to appear'in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Betty Applegate Et Al. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 26 day of February 1954. Garrctt Willis, Clerk (SEAL) John P. Vesey, Attorney for.Plaintiff C. V- Nunn Jr., Attorney Ad Litem. March 1, 8, 15, 22 Wtn touidn't be determined right off. Tb town was Sunday quiet when he dfo'W the family car up to his parents' frame house that stands fttofie in its block. : 'This oil and cattle town on the Wftst-Texas plains is where Claude, now 23, grew up, here he play« cornet in the high school band. The population ol the United States has increased about a fifth since 1940, but the number ot chuldren under 5 has increased about two-thirds. Believe W* |i«W 0) central the dignity and sacredness of every human per- Mnollly. Man ti made in the spiritual imago of Gad end partakes of Mil character and fellowship. He is greater than the world ilirough which Oflid produces and sustains His life. The Scriptures remind VI tt«f man li e sinner and has fallen short of the glory of Cod. He M«y, however, through grace, rise above his sin and tho circumstancei 'which lurround him. Hit glory is in his humanity and not his race or : color. Endowed with freedom of choice, he may descend to the lowest hell or rise to the highest heaven. In him as a person all the moral ends of the universe and all the movement of God's eternal purpose find meaning and value. Tweet! ' T^eetl " • p. It's the Value of Hi« < Town .... Hope's Value Day See Our Spring Collection 8 ONLY .98 -if x''-'"' '•'—'•"^ [•'•'* v'-?'--"'.;-'- '• ".-'^0! y-jj.v/'.JfcH*' ^||l|^|;||.f^ •» ±'!\?C2~^~ i^H^aO. fe-H* it ',*?V''*i?<*i''' : ''::K fc'i'v? gSHtlLM * Cool and Pretty .... You'll t-ove This Dress By Betty Barclay Becoming to every Junior with its white bands of bird'seye pique fagoted on the bodice . . . pearl buckles with spaghetti bows. Flared skirt adds to its graceful lines. Of Mercerized and pre-shrunk silky cotton broadcloth. Navy, Carcoal, Brown. Sizes 7 to 15. HOPE VALUE DAY Whether You "Go" or ''Stay You II Feel Crisply Gay In Stripes By Betfy Barclay Vacationing away or at home? No master* this is the dress for you . . . crisply cool Qnd lalways fresh for it's made of Dart River Wrinkl-shed striped cottori. A buttqn-frontjsr with mandarin neckline and tie Qmbje stripes of blue, brpwn or grey. Sizes 7 to 15. ue and Main St "WEICQME . . . ARKANSAS HEREFORD ASSN." 1 5 c

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