Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 1, 1954 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 1, 1954
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.i HOPfc STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS thursday, April 1, 1954 , v '•• 'iday r Saturday, Monday lies $8.95 Dresses $3.00 Adam Hats ft <•'*• • ' Shirts , tfiese,short sleeve sport shirts. >afid jdacfon. Get your sport shirts . New .Spring "' i fisr'^ Rr& ^ ^*J 9s* r- 'Js*" 5 -**»^/ * "^ ^mf^'mml mmt • Mlffelf;;;..^,,,^-,', ftob. 27.00 few to 27.25 270-310 Ib 26.75 2fl25 150-180 lb 6.2-27.25 sa^s 400 lb down v24.25-25.00 heavier dows boars 17.00-20.50. Crtttle 1,700-, calves 800 relatively little done on steers small lot steers and butcher- yearlings about steady at 18.50-21.00, with good quality around 000-lb steers' on ro- placementaccount s at 10.75 opening slow on cows and under pressure from big packers few deals near steady on utility and commercial cows at 11.50-13.50 canners and cutters largely 9.00-11.50 bulls. 50 lower utility and commercial 12.50-14.50 cutter bulls 11.00-12.50 vealers steady few piime 27.00 good and choice mostly 21.00-25.00 commercial and low good 15.00-20.00. $heep 800 market not fully established early stiles lamBs about steady smalU lots choice and prime wdoled lambs 26.00-50 deck mostly choice lambs with No. 1 and fall shorn pelts 24.75 few bull and utility wooled lambs 18.00-20.00. MARKETS r, 10016 LIVESTOCK Icents lower U. S. large 35-36 NATIONAL SfOCKYAnDS, 111.)U.S. mediums 34 U. S. standards \ffl — ttogS 7,500 active barrows ,33 currentreceipts 32 checks' aiid and gilts 180 lb up Steady to 10. dirties 30.5. higher than yesteftlay's average liKhterwelght s. and sows steady to 25 higher bulk choice 180-230 Ita 27,25-35 few 27.40 around 400 heart NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK, April 1 iff! — Cot- .ton futures were irregular today. |trading on mill and commission house buying, With gains ranging up to 50 cents a bale. The market encountered increased liquidation and heding which caused prices to work irregularly lower. Switching from old crop to new crop months Was extensive. I/ate afternoon prices Were 30 cents a bale lower to 15 cents higher than the previous close. May 34.24, J uly34.42 and Oct 34.14. NEW YORK STOCKS EASTER PARADE WEST BROS. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO, April 1 Wl — Wheat and rye surged upward on the Board of Trade today while corn eased and soybeansha d a mixed trend. Old crop soybean futures sold lower most of the session, Wheat was aided by apprehension over the winter wheat crop, withblowin g dust forecast . for parts of Kansas tomorrow, anj news West Germany will soon os in the market for six million bus/J^ els o£ hard and red wheat. Rye responded to news President Eisenhower had placed import re- etrintions on this grain. Corn eased because of a lower price for Com- today but the remainder of the] Stock Market managed to make' some progress. Alrcrafts were 1 the only major division to lose ground, and some issues fyerp down around 2 points at times' after 'gains of that magnitude, w,er<^ shown in early trading when the group was ahead. Chemicals i did Wulte well with gains running to between 1 and 2 points at times. Also higher'wera steels, rails, motors, oils, coppers, electrical e'quipmentc, and the ra- dlo-telcvision issues. POULTIY AND PROPUCE ' prHCACJO, April 1 I/PI — Live poultry steady 'to firm receipts '" coop^fl hmomb. paying prices u _, t ,,nised heavy,, hens 2y-wig light hens ixlmov, ffy'qts or broilers 22-26 ok} roo/rters '1048' ducklings 26-27. gutter,' \jinsjgitJ4d ' receipts -1,541,428 wholesale .buying prices un- chan.gecl • tp i',4 certts lower 93 ^coro -AA 5,0 82 ' A 58.75-59 90 B 58 80'C"."^''^^ 30 B 58 S .5'89 C " wisa]^'- receipts 15,671 tr 1 buying prices 1 to 2 Atlantic seaboard. Wheatclose d 2g-27 e higher, Mpy J2.19%-$2.20'/8, corn o-l'4 lower, May$j.52'/2- , oatsi '/ 2 - higher, May 75pP)-%, : rye 4V(! to 5 cents higher, May $].07'!'i-$1.08, and soy- beansS %• lower to 1 higher, May Petroleum engineers say the ideal for auto fuel economy is 98 octane gasoline qnd. 10 to. 1 .compression ratius in the engines; present tops being about 96. octane and 8.7 to 1. a criminal, but a distortion which sometimes appears in cooling : a casting. ! CATARRH SUFFERERS FIND CURB FOR MISERY DUE TO NASAL CONGESTION. SUPPLY RUSHED HIRE! Relief nt ln«t from torture of »)nm, catarrh, and hay lever due to rmeal congtc tlon U seen today In reports of Bucceit with ,B formula which boa the powtr .to redi)c« .nasal conEestlon. Men and womtn with aconlzlne tinus headachei, cloggea noatrUi. earache, hawklne and BueezlnK mleerr Ull o£ blessed relief after uslAE It. fiLQRONOL. costa $3.00, but considering reaulufrtHU tl , not expensive, amounts to only pennies ffljl doa«. KLORONOL- (caution, use only'm directed) »old with money-back guarantee ty Cpx Prug Store—Mail Orders Filled MERRY WHIRL Our -Box Stitched Beauty In In for a long and flattering season.of wear . , . for a round of compliments wherever you go ** our wmrl-sKirted dress in fine prima cotton. Shirrmg from the yoke on bodice front and bock, detachable white pique collar, box stitched W ., skirt for a Binart, new fashion loolt. In,black, nivjfr HALL-McNEILL VOUN6 A&K. Here is the shoe" event that you have waited for at West Bros. It starts Friday Morning ar 8:30. You'll want to visit our enlarged shoe department and take advantage of these big savings on shoes for the entire family. Buy now for Spring and Easter wear. Remember the values you awlays find at West Bros. SALE STARTS FRIDAY, APRIL 2nd, 8:30 A. M. CHILDRENS SANDALS SizesOtoS /and 3 to 12 Others $1.98 CHILDRENS OXFORDS Sizes 2 to 3 and 3 to 3 Others $2.98 and $3.95 Use Our LAY-A-WAY For Your SHOES! EXTRA! TWO BIG COUNTERS! SHOES EXTRA! These ore Spring Shoes Values to $4.95 '» Assorted • Sizes A SMALL DEPOSIT Will hold the shods you select. Select them now, • yy[hi(.e we .have .„- 'ifyour size IdHS^^ :fj A: :the style yp,u,, ; want. Children? Dress SHOES • Patents • Leathers • Sizes 3 to 3 o OTHERS $3.95 & $4.95 Ladies Dress SHOES • Sandals • Hi Heels • Wedgies N OTHERS $3.95 to $6.95 MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS . Sizes '6 to 12 OTHIRS BOYS DRESS OXFORDS Sizes 3 to 6 OTHERS $4.95 to $6.95 . t Ut us help yeii get that new Eoster Word robe, On» thot will ' fit ypyr bwdget- ; 'hf r^ YOM €01 Better Quality For Less Monty! Second and M*|ii* ^'^11^; Rpn't b? to ttk<? try ^m ^j^2^ : ^~

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