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Hope, Arkansas
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MOM STAR, HOPt, AftRANSAS Thursday, Match 31, 19SS. thimday, March 31, 1955 ftiarriage rate reached! per LOOT ' .ft** ^Jts» ' •»• •£D OATS fcftfjijAijL ll i. It RcyBtone c Funk seed rtplfet* tine tfce Fa ritofte Seed Corn tmk seed corn , plete tine of Fertilizer" 212 East (Kg street MOMfe MMOD|. P, H. A. TITLE 1 LOANS »> GftlGG'S d 10t Ma|n St Dial 7-3446 CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication „ REAVES, L; BARGAIN HOUSE — .. SHOP and , : FURNITURE STORE . Walnut X ._ PICE CAR OWNERS t Stalled 'Auto-Float Truing ilartclng Machine. Guar,»d- t» take all 'bumps, fitlont out of your car. C*W TIRE SHOP "801 West Third r* ~ -WANT AD RATES . All Wont Ads ore poyobla In advance but ods will be accepted over the telephone and occomoda- tlon ..accounts allowed with the un- derstondifig fhe account Is payable when statement Is' rendered. I Nurnber Of "Word* U6"fo'.l3 16^ 'to 20 ?.I fo 25 26 "fif 30 ' JT> to "35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One " .60 .75 .90. 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 One MorUh 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.08 13.50 15.00 TUBELESS TIRES r~ at popular prices | WHEEL BALANCING while you wait "• 10MA/EIRE & SUPPLY ?H *** ""* w ** i •UitDOZER WORK '' r k«rlna.!— Dirt Movlni •nd Pond DlaolnQ. Call. TOM DUCXETT iv -./.**_¥* **"«^ _*• ' 7-sm Made Into InnarMTlll "W«rk Guaranteed "~ "*> *pm 'Day Servlo* MM • . CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 75c per, inch 3 time* ; 60t per inch 6 times 50c per inch Rates quoted above are for consecutive 'nsertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All dolly classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for * publication the following day. The-publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or . telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention ofter FIRST Insertion "of ad and than for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Sate SAND, Gravel, tbpsofl, Jill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. March 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Danny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. March 15-1 Mo. YOUR OATS need nitrate now We have plenty ammonia and nitrate soda, also all kinds fertilizers. J. W. Strickland. MARCH 19-1 Mo. QUICK sale—10 used TV sets. All popular makes. Priced from $75 to $125. See. Pod Rogers or Doyle Rogers. Phone 7-2759. 24-tf BABY CHICKS best grade laying and broiler type. Hope Feed Company. Phone 7-2547. Mr. 24-lmo. Funeral Director! OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance, 2nd & Hazel ... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt , -Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505, 23-1 Mo. Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring work- Cobb Mattress Co. 310 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf WESTERN SHARES Dlver»lfle<J'1nccwte J Firnd' MpactiM available frbn» M.S. BATES V-, -AGENT Ark. , ,-, Phone 7-«4M Luck Highway «7 Wast LUCK'S USID FURNITURE CO. ;|;iWB« of City Llmlta Wait } Oallon Water jBarrela for 6ala iPhona 7-4381 Hope, Ark. RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. FOR jyater well service, any size or depth, see or write O. T. Clark, •••Gale,:'Ark. 19-tf SEPTIC tanks pumped out. Go any where, any time. Phone Prospect 7-9989. March 6-1 Mo. INCOME tax services, 30 years experience. Frank C. DuShane. Office at Oaks Court. Phone 7-5883. 25-1 Mo. BARGAIN —BARGAIN- BARGAIN— Six room home, vacant now. three blocks from uptown. 75 x 140' shady Jot: Priced for quick sale, $4500. FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 So. Main 'Street Pr. 7-4G91 FRESH WHITE RIVER FISH 1^- Miles out on Washington Hy • FULLER & SON FISH MARKET 30-6t BARGAIN — 2 bedroom home located % mile from Laneburg on 2 acres. Butane and electricity. Fenced chicken yard. School bus and mail route by door. Good garden spot. Contact Sid Jones. Route 6, Prescolt, Arkansas. 30-4! 1954 FORD Crestline, 4 door, Ford- omatic Drive, While side walls, low mileage, 'will sell reasonale. Call Mrs. Donal Parker, 7-2363. 30-3t Help Wonted TAILOR MADE mTIOVERS .. •trf< St?aw Seat Covers * $23.00 Forrest tars Plastic Seat Covers $32.50 ^rtar Most Cars £ ^GbASS inst^e^lb^any make ^af, traick,, aJso cut . -. ,« * WYLIE IOM& Salvage Co. W«t» 3rd Street ,OPCN 7 DAYS A WEEK WASHING MACHINE repairs. We 'repair all makes. Appliance Re, pair. 210 East 3rd. Phone .7-2809. .•; March 2-1 Mo COMPETENT INCOME TAX service — Horace Samuels. 101 E. Division. Phone 7-3766. March 15-1 Mo. For Rent UNFURNISHED, newly , decorat- , ed, six room house. Garage. Gar, den. 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tl THREE room unfurnished apartment, private bath, reasonable rent. 1311 West Avenue B. Phone ,:7-3895. ' 18-tf UNFURNISHED 4 room duplex, close in, hardwood floors, reasonable rent, 505 So. Walnut phone 7-3813 Elmer Neighbors 29-3t Newly decorated 5 room house. Venetian blinds. 821 East Division, Phone 7-435G. Leo Robins. -___—___ ' 29 " 3t THREE ROOM turnished apart- '.irient, with ,bills paid. Phone 7•-. •'• 30-3t WE WILL put three men to work in this surrounding territory. Clean work and . above average pay. Men check into this as there's quick promotions for you. Interview begins at 7:30 p. m., room 1 in the Cain's Courts, March 30. Must have car. No phone calls, please. Ask for E. J. Luker. 30-lt Notice INCOME TAX SERVICE. Competent and reasonable. J. W. Strickland. 18-tf For Sale or Rent FOUR ROOM HOUSE on 3 lots, large garden. All utilities, near Schooley Store, old Highway 67 East. See Bob White, 7-2121. 29-3t The U. S. match industry produced 12Vi billion books of matches a year. ••:... Political Announcement The Staf is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor B. L. RETTIG The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Home Jack Trotter of Washington died at his home Monday, March 28. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Friends of Mrs. Anna Coleman will be filed to know that she is doing fine after undergoing sur- Kery at a local hospital. Mr .and Mrs. Joe Vaughn announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Dclois to Anthony Jones. Jr., son of the Rev. and Mrs. Anthony Jones, ST., on Friday. March 25 No Comment Is Continued from Page One of North Little Rock and Rep. Clayton Little of Bentonville. Washburn said the meeting started about 10 a. m. and did not close until about 5 p. m. He said the meeting was "friendly and cordial, but my position is unchanged." Although neither side would say so the purpose of the poultry mcns visit apparently was to ask Washburn to withdraw his peti- ions. If ..that is true, their mission failed. Emmet Baseballers Beat Willfsville Emmet baseball team defeated Willisville 7 to 6 in the season's opening game yesterday, behind ;he four hit hurling of Otwell. V. Simpson, the losing hurler gave up four hits, whiffed 13 but walked eight. VA to Modernize Old Hospitals WASHINGTON (UP) — The House has voted $30,000,000 to bsgin a program of modernizing old veterans hospitals, some of which have been described as "fire traps" by the Veterans Administration. The funds were included in a $5,845,595,375 money bill jassed toy the House and sent o the senate late yesterday. SPECIALS Friday & Saturday April 1 and 2 Hope Star FURNISHED 2 room apartment. Electric refrigerator. Garage. Mrs. Judson. 220 N. Elm. 30-3t UPSTAIRS Furnished apartment,. two rooms with large closet. Private bath. Utilities paid. Phone 7-3B8fi.' ' 30-3t LARGE south bedroom, inner spring mattress, private bath and ••• iprivate entrance. 801 South Main, 31-6t PET MILK Large Can 10c GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS '.:•• «%! .•;; Dor. 29c Real Estate Wanted fpoyoble in ad-" K wrrlff In Hops 'and neighboring — * 25 w .......... .^ 1300 In , -swd Millar coun- 85 1.60 2.60 mail-, 1 10 R Srf !• / •* ".» 'ttttw .jfc WE have- buyers for Ranches, Farms, Timberland. List with us today. Salesmen, Bill Routon, Floyd Fuller, Chas. F. Baker. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 217 So. Main St. PR 7-4G91 23-6t PINTO BEANS 4 - 4* MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING 3 67< SUN VALLEY — IN QUARTERS MARGARINE 2 • 37c NEW LOW PRICE — owner says sell it; three bedroom house newly papered and painted. Hardwood floors. Plenty closets, built- .ins. Two corner lots. Within IVa block of Brookwood school. Small 'down payment, balance like rent. GREENING INSURANCE COMPANY Real Estatn Insurance Loans Phone 7-4661 30-3t SPECIAL — for $500 you can move in 6 room home, 3 lots for lawn .and garden, no repairs needed payments $35 month. Total Price $2750. ••••••. ; FRANKLIN COMPANY • 106 South Main 80-3t WANT TO SE'LL? Have Clients desiring these properties-— 1. Vacant Hwy. business location 1 v »r established Service StaUpn. 2. Good 3-4 room house-leasie or 33uy-i,n Chy ,."j. Ranch : opflsistlng of gQQO acre? 9f more. 4. Suburban hpmes, small farms. SJRWT RBAJttTY AGPNPV Leonard Q. Wright, groke* West 3r4 IN OUR MARKET D&W PRIDE CHILI BRICKS Lb. 29c D&W PRIDE — HALF OR WHOLE STICKS BOLOGNA Lb. 21c SWIFT'S OXFORD DRY SALT MEAT - 2* SWIFT'S TRAY PACK BACON 2-7* PRES8EO WHOLE BUFFALO FISH - 37c Wi RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES^ G 5 D WILLIAMS FLOUR & FEED Yanks Have a Sweet Spring Racket Too By ED WILK Of The Associated Press The New York Yankees may bf> best known for their success in the fall World Series, but they have a pretty sweet racket going for them in the springtime to. It's something of a sleight of hand operation. First they have some excess players on hand and then suddenly they have some big lumps of cash from clubs scrambling after any players they can get their hands on. In the past, for instance, the Yanks have cornered somewhere around $100,000, give or take a grand or two, by ".reluctantly" parting with such former stars as Vic Raschi, Johnny Lindell and Billy Johnson. All three went to the St. Louis Cardinals of the National League. The Cards shelled out a $10,000 waiver price for Lindell in May 1950; about $15,000 and Don Boil- weg for Johnson in May 1951; and $75,000 for Raschi in February 1954. None of the three really paid off for the Cards. It was simply a matter of the Yankees getting rid of some established stars with dubious futures. Now the Yanks appear to have done themselves one better. They've picked "in excesse of $50,000" for three players —two of whom not only have dubious futures, but dubious pasts as well. The deal sent veteran Ewell Blackwcll, reliefer Tom Groman and first baseman Dick Kryhoski to the kansas City Athletics. 'Blackwell, now 33, established himself as the right-handed "whip" in 1950-51 with Cincinnati. But he's New Record Likely for Bills Vetoed LITTLE ROCK (UP) — Gov. Orval E. Faubus is believed to have set a new record for Arkansas governors in the number of legislative bills he has vetoed. Faubus vetoed 42 bills yesterday alone, bringing the total Jiumber of measures he has rejected, to 52. Additional vetoes were expected to be added to the number late today — the last day in which the governor can take action on bills. State law provides that any bill not signed or vetoed within 20 days after adjournment of the legislature automatically becomes law. Most of the bills Faubus has rejected are appropriations measures. A good share of them were earmarked for'new construction. The governor probably will veto at least $2,000,000 worth had his trouble since. The Yank just put him back on the activ list _ he voluntarily retired las spring with a sore arm — but h appeared destined for a release Gorman, 29, has been up am down in the Yanks' system sine 1946. Ho had a 10-7 record in threi tries with' the Bombers. Kryhosk: 30, has been known to swat a bai out of the park, but at other time he's hit around .260. While the deal was being set tied, the Yankees were' involve in their final Florida game of the spring. It was an atrocious thing finally ending in a 10-10 tie wit! the Philadelghia Phillies after 12 innings. Johnny Kucks, the Yan kees' bright rookie pitcher, an Jim Owens, the Phils' promising young hurler, were slapped arounc for the first time in the exhibition trials. , LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect your eyesight and enhance the beauty of your home with correct lighting fixtures. Allen Electric Co. 114 South Elm Phone 7-2629 ARE OUR BUSINESS We specialize in effective termite control. If termites are the .problem, we have the answer. There's no charge for an inspection so call on our long experience now. ARKADELPHIA TERMITE CO. 1032 Main Street Phone 1057 ARKADELPHIA ARKANSAS AlcoRanchMocs Hand Laced for Women and Children Unconditionally Guaranteed WOMEN'S SIZES 4 to 9 CHILDREN'S SIZES II to 3 COLORS IN: SAND • WHITE • IQYAL BLUE TURF BROWN • COLO • BLACK f KELLY GREEN RED • CHARCOAL • PINK ANCHORED WITH For Longer Durability and Woshobility of such bills before the deadline tonight. Secretary of State C. G. Hall said he is sure Faubus already had set a record with the 52 vetoes through last night. "I don't recall any such number of vetoes in any pre- number of ve t oe s in any previous administration,'" Hall said. \Visiting Around Arkansas 1 BY JOE MARSH INDUSTRIAL SEBASTIAN Once Gafeway fo Indian Territory In 1817 Col. Thomas Smith organized an Army outpost known as Fort Smith — five years after the fir.st white man, Capt. John Rogers, came to the area. He founded a town there in 1838. Sebastain was the first Arkansas county to have natural gas — following its discovery at Mansfield in 1901. The county has become highly industrialized in the north around Fort Smith. Fort Smith and Greenwood are the county seats. Tradition is a part of Sebas- tian, but progress is today's keynote. That's jlike the American brewing industry — rich in tradition, but gijowing and improv- ^ ing. Like Sebjastian, which man- *' ufactures all .kinds of fine goods, the brewing 'Industry makes fine beer and alej which through its self regulation program are sold in clean, wholesome cafes, taverns and foort markets. n CoiniriuM, nr,-,. United State* Brewer* Faawlatioa, : Jnr.. Arkn,,aae Division. Moore Bros. Serving You Since 1896 FRESH TUBE TOMATOES 18c Tube GRADE A LARGE EGGS Dz. RED POTATOES 10 - 33c Decker lowano No. 1 Grade SLICED BACON Lbs. SWIFT SHORTENING No. 1 Lean DRY SALT MEAT Lbs. STEW MEAT 5 u* 1.00 FRESH PORK NECK BONES ADMIRATION COFFEE 88c Lb. HALF or WHOLE M f ~ CURED HAMS 45 C •' • ** Lb. i GALLON ICE CREAM 49c Crt. FRESH DRESSED FAT HENS ALL SIZES 39< ALL MEAT SAUSAGE 4' 1.00 SKINLESS A WIENERSj Lbs. FRESH FRYERS 49c Lb. PURE GROUND Lbs, 89< C ' J'"V' > '**' Zw m*ZM^wJuduuuJ¥v^«&Aii«' i? *L*l'" l 'ti»&,' r '' ''<* OPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ARKANSAN HONORED JACKSON, Miss. Iff) — A Little Rock man, the Rev. E. T. Burgess of Little Rock, has been rtamed one of three recording secretaries of the North American Baptist Association. .j/The group held its convention W Jackson, Miss. PRESCOTT NEWS NEW & USED LAWN MOWERS Sharpening, Repairs and Gas Engine Repairs Johnson & Rettig^Electric Co. 319 W. 2nd Ph. 7-2155 Now Is the time to buy that SPECIAL GIFT for Easter or Anniversary Mhoon's Jewelry Store David Anderson Celebrates Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Loyce Anderson honored their soil, David Paul, with a 'picture show party at the Nevada Theatre on Saturday afternoon in celebration of his eighth birthday. After the show the guests Glenn Willis. WaUy Pittman, Freddie, Moseley, Alec Gordon, and Gregg Buchanan returned to the Anderson home where they played aames. The prize was won by Gregg. Ice cream and cake were also enjoyed. 5 to 7 p. m. Specials Only each Mon.-Wed.-f hurs.-Frl. • HOT DOGS 14c • HAMBURGERS . . 18c • BAR-B-Q ..... 26e Order a Sack for a TV Snack KING'S DRIVE-IN The Stock Market is Down ... Our Prices are too! CREAM OIL PERMANENT 8.50 Only HAZEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 7-2878 Southern Pine Garden Club Meets In Gilbert Home The Southern Pine Garden Club rriet on Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Frank Gilbert with Mrs. Rucker Murry co-hostess for the March meeting. The rooms were beautifully decorated with arrangements of jonquils, iris and camellis. Mrs. Archie Johnson presided in the absence of the president and conducted the business. Mrs. D. L. McRae ,Jr., program chairman for the afternoon, gave an interesting talk on "Plant Propagation." A dainty 'dessert course was served to 16 members. Lions Plan Fish Fry At the weekly meeting of thn Prescott Lions Club held at the Broadway Hotel on Thursday plans were discussed for a fish fry to be held May 31st honoring the men of Prescott 70 years old and over. A quartette composed of David Hanning, Kenneth Bradshaw. Misses Margaret Phillips and Martha Ligon sang several selections accompanied by Miss Judy Gilbert at the piano. There were 30 present fgr the meeting. dainty arrangement of white pom pom mums and pansies. A white linen cloth covered the serving table centered with pom pom mum.; and pansies in a crystal | bowl flanked by white tapers in matching holders. After supper bridge was enjoy- j ed with prizes being won by Mrs. j Glenn Hairston, C. R. Gray and I Jim Nelson. I Others present included Dr. Hairston. Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Scott, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ward, Mrs. and Mrs. R. F. Yarbrough, Mr. Watkins and Mr. De- La mar. '47 Club Has Slipper Members of the '47 Bridge Club entertained their husbands with a Duffet supper at the home of Mrs. 3. A. DeLamar on Friday evening. VIrs. O. W. Watson was co-hostess. The living room mantel held a George Jr. Stegar Celebrates Birthday Mrs. J. C. Stegar honored her granddaughter, George Slegar, with a party at her home on Saturday afternoon in Celebration of her ninth birthday. Games were played %vith prizes being won by Jane Nelson and Sandra Ward. Ice cream and cake were served from the dining table spread with a white linen cloth. Red verbena encircled- the white birthday cakp decorated in pink and flanked by pink tapers. Favors were prize packages. The guest list included Kay Cox, Wanda Ruth and Bobbie Ann Taylor, Karen Anne Rouse, Andy BP- mis, Caroline Daniel, Cynthia Arnold, Jane Nelson and Sandra Ward. Mrs. Stegar was • assisted by Mrs. W. . R. Brice and Mrs. R. S Hamilton, maternal grandmother and aunt of the horioree. Everett Stuart and Gordon Danner were the guests Sunday of W.-O. and Mrs. Horace Green In Booneville. Mr. and Mrs. Brozie Haynie had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gallar of Texarkana. LET DUCKETT DO IT... THE BEST IN STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds — Farm Buildings — Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost! . DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. Mr. and Mrs. Herman- Herring of Gushing, Okla., were the Saturday guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Scott, Jane and Monty of Little Rock spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wren Scott. North Main Street ••&, Easter Sunday is April 10th beautifully express love and friendship in the joyous Easter spirit. See our lovely selections MISS SAYLOR'S EASTER CANDY We have just the right size box of Easter Candy for Her. JACK'S NEWS STAND 100 S. MAIN PHONE 7-2110 Watson Yancey of Helena was the weekend guest of relatives 'and was accompanied home by Mrs. Yancey who has been the guest Of her mother, Mrs. W. F. Spears. E. W. Prewitt of Tillar spent the weekend with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gutensonn have returned to. .Little .Bock aftqv.a visit with relatives and friends. 'SMELLY DEAL' ^' > DETROIT (UP) — William J. Abel, 24, who complained of getting a "smelly deal" on a drunk driving conviction earlier, released a live skunk yesteray in the suburban Roseville .Police Station. "I understand tfiat if you get bit by an animal you have' to bring it in," he explained with a grin. MEAT BUYS THAT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY HOGS FATTW FASTER .CORN FED CHUCK ROAST «> 3* CORN FED ROUND STEAK n> 6& PURE GROUND BEEF Ib. 29c LEAN CUT PORK CHOPS Ib. 49c HOG SUPPLEMENT 'PICNIC HAMS Ib, 39c HATH'S BACON Ib. 45c It's fortified with Vital] DARCO FARM STORE 212 E. SECOND HOPE LOCKER ond PROCESSING CO. Inc. 4I» SOUTH MAIN Paul Howard Former Grand Ole Opry Star Miss Nita Lynn Hollywood Singing Stor With The Arkansas Cotton Pickers, and Eddie Turner TV Hoyride Star. Plus Amateur Contest and Talent Hunt 1 Amateur* contact Mr. Howard night of show. Two rloMrs of Fun and Music Hope City Hall SAT. APRIL 2 . 5pe .hd $1.00 4hl VFW 4* -rrjt- H •« 4 ^A«-^ . !f, ,i REPHM'S SALE "If "Look your best this Easter for less" Shop ot Rephon'l for the latest fashions at lower prices, You'll find Jut* what you want for the entire family. ""• [ Reduced For Easter Ladies < Junior, misses, and half sizes' , in 'these beautiful spring-and Easter dresses in Dan River fabrics. Sleeveless, and dressy styles. A Wide assortment of these. Sizes 9 to 52 tind 14X2 to 32,1/2 Ladies Easter BONNETS Newest arrivals-. . . Rephan's feature the most popular styles, ,' M You tart always find four faVoffjte Easter bonnet at Rephan's. Com-". plete range of head sizes. All new *•colors. . ' * '* ' 2.98 & 3.98 Beautiful Easter BLOUSES You'lf Welcome the sun in these delightfully fiminihe blouses, delicately shaded in pastels atid white ... so easy to wash arid dry. 1.19 to 198 Coster Special- Boys Pink Dress Shirts French cuffs with cuff links, and bow tie to match . .A regular 3.00 'value. Sale Price 1.98 Childrens Easter BONNETS Boys Dress Slocks For Easter and on through the summer. Sale priced for this special promotion sale. Sizes 2 to 16. 1.98 td 3.98 You must see these pretty little bonnets, at these spec- L ial sale prices. . T Ladies Nylon -';r ; 4 .?.,t Gloves,:; :; rl; These hylon gloves are in all the, new L colors and styles for spring eind~'*T Easter. ' i ' fl 98c 1.49 fo 1.98 , Ladies Suits NdtioriQlly .advertised* styles for you. in mlnd<*for f ' * • 10.98 to 19198 Children; Easter TOPPERS Pretty spring toppers in styles and colors that the kiddies admire. Sale Price 4.98 to 9.98 Ladies Easrer TOPPERS Newest spring syles and colors are the high- lite of these pretty new toppers. Fashioned to star on Easter day. Sale priced 7.98 fo 19.98 Boy§ and Girls Easter SHOES Nationally advertised brands, oxfords, sandals, and black parents. A wide selection of .styles and colors. Save on your shoes tit Rephan's. 1.69 f o3.98 Childrens Easter FROCKS Pretty little frocks in nylons, rayons, taffetas, arid dressy cbrtons. Best selection we*have ever had, and lower prices. 1.49 fo 3.98 SHOP and SAVE NOW FOR EASTEH * Easter Special Mens Dress PANTS These dress slacks 'pre in till the popular colors. Complete range of sizes. Black, Charcoal, grey ond tan. > 3.98 and 4.98 Boyi Spo*» SHIRTS These sport shirts are styled, by Tom Sawyer, Sizes $ to 20, 98c •oyi Drtn SHIRTS These dress shirts arf s,tyled by Tom Sawyer. They are r^ulor 1,99' values, While they lq$t. 2 for $1 M«n» These hcjve full srtiortly HPW f $ FRIINDLY M ' j r > 5 7i rr ~\""f "'jHSfSI PS "lfy'SM r '# r f ' 5* .,. ' .ui\

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