Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 28, 1955 · Page 30
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*; ™ i?e t^s -* 1 •'> *" •-' I * Hit -M- StAt, MOPE, ARKANSAS 1955 StAt, HOft, ARKANSAS " '"' - tir ^' f "< « ' 4 ^-, rtetoes used b WattsT Arfcfcnsas toft mfefltr—seutee <? i Mas otilone On arid iMsftfleJ- to <*d««t»'v*6up or powaer HftUfS. StlrHhff tn cooking is com ••KC-. ,TT.-*'— separately ,&ery$ tapped with 'grated , Ann Holley rteak onfofc of toijmto juiee U3% oz.) thin ejg£ , and pepper -to tast* c fiJOJUle .ihorteninK In a Jlet»,4tJd, brown meat, wnion and ,5*(tl>et *eal <weil.' (Chop the onion i j»nd jjej)#e.r,.and '.break ground meat ltt' f Mftall r piec«- and stir while :) /Virh'ien all the red has of the meat, add one can »"<• sa" and i>epper to ! ««.«' GRAIN FRD STEER BEEF Chuck Roast doing this cook a of egg noodles. in until tender. When is'finished, drain poodles and add to "" i veil together I Blace in 'casserole dish. Place H JoV" oven'until-a little bubbling Js Seeh-iemove >nd serve. ' FRESH LEAN ungs Js But His OLIVER 'W-^-Bob Cuwmlngs evislonV'flblest t:ome- |ns/a>Nj;'one B 'day may have a ->w to npBtch his talents. }is_present Sunday night show _ - . jjnpj-pygpjent r —,_,..,„ ,_^ , ...Jture jrt whi'ch j. l.playdTttae'fble' of Mr, Beah- /blpssoni, a ;*ca|ter-breined real es- Hate ^alexniaii.' -But that .still Us ; fa; ftt'pralser- "" ' ' ^f-fThe. current Cpmmings show has *- 1 '- f ents when it's .hilarious and _- w ^^|, i> bu| v 'the pace i$ tmeven *^;a't^t|mes"lf.sags ba^lly. Suqh 'fwas , the most .recent episode • in i;whlch-fCn"n1mingg. as'Bob Collins, ;ej^ciar,|ih'otb£rapher and lady _!.»__.j'^-jc.. p etg Qut tp •win hi$ girl rivaj: le^sc^i ididn't even waft to " "" punches—jt sent them )£il, Special delivery ayii attached. YOU knew ^tt^tu^pe^ ending would —'""---pjremlfie-ha4 £een • ft ; ms» ,rival, for re" a telephone direc Don't Fail to Redeem Your • • : •• 'pit, " : ' - f | " , . /: Anniversary $ale Coupons This Week! Ground Beef Lb, FIRST IN QUALITY—FIRST IN PERFORMANCE—FIRST IN PREFERENCE D&W ALL MEAT SKINLESS Weiners 6 Oz. Jar Mustard FREE With Each Lb. Pkg. fROSTY SEAS I PINT BOTTLE 1/2 JUG 1 GAL, JUG Fi BREADED — READY TO FRY Shrimp HEAT and EAT Pkg. EASY MEAL HILLS OF HOME CANDIED FROZEN FOODS ACE HIGH FROZEN ORANGE 14 Oz. P*,. c JUICE2 25c /;t,»»jm8(Blf/He kept laiej; ,at his studio as »ta,; secretary, watched .<?Ypii K«*ew long before „ ^ ; that Schultzy finally f'lb'*^tehr j 'jiatience, take the Cummings and rip W»» ,;tbe iflgme when Cummings of his slic(c phick nretend io make a i> for ijChwclt>,rival to take him jfc ^r^e'ftWow Aerself a,nd( Bpb Wd UD loiin*, his own g}rl "-'-- ^' * 6! - 3 ^ 'Qhyck keep |sn'^ that, the Bob Cummings i^4tf*4M-' T f«'* JWt that it 1 *-- one of the best jf the quld^inetch Bob's mas- dQub'le take, his tim- genuine «ct»ng ability. Around tht Nation ft Bv YflA ^^^^MAlA4iUl OlM^A ™i» '_ ^"'WpWr f ™H"^ T'WB'* ?ejrnard^K#b|i, I*/Who devoted a Ime-Hf 1l>»> fervic* fit Jewish Reef and at his' death •• *,/<* the joJnt — House Born in Dr. « S3.' associate MOAomiei; at and president <p>!i*«* for IVomen «t ' PICNIC THERMIC HOME CENTER VALUES HORMEL'S LUNCHEON MEAT STEEL CASE WITH BAKED GLOSS ENAMEL 314 INCH OPENING LIGHTWEIGHT 1 Gal Size With Pour Spout 2. 1 Gal. Size With Faucet ^ DELUXE POP-UP |ASY FOLDING YATCH CHAIRS Reg. 1695 Value HARDWOOD FRAMES CANVAS SEAT AND BACK DERBY WHOLE ^^jj^^^^r ^^^^Ml. r -^^^^^P ^^|^^^ ^^HPI^^^. ^^^^^ ^^^^w .-^^^^^^^^^^^^* _^^^^f -^^^^^ 3 LB. CAN 4. 7.95 2. ***. . .19 12Ozl CANS DERBY CHICKEN AND Can 303 27c 8 Oz. WIM5WVITHIWCHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES STOKELY'S FINEST FOODS CUT WAX BEANS CREAM STYLE WHITE CORN 2c« ELBERTA SLICED PEACHES IS 29c CUT WAX BEANS 2 80z SMALL WHQLE WAX BEANS CREAM STYLE . !' WHITE CORN FORDHOOK LIMA BEANS HALVES PEARS HALVES PEARS HALVES PEARS Cans Can 31C Can |7C 29c 802 19c 47c 3° 3 Q^ r (^an itJI^Iv THESE ARE GRADE A By 454 SAY MOM . I ^ give 'cm a Sunday Dinner to remember . * . .of delicious, melt in your mouth, golden brown, fried chicken . . . something your whole family will enjoy . . . And; it's so economical too . ^ . costing only a few cents per serving. You'JI also save on the many other values in every .department this weekend, tat your friendly Piggly Wig^ly Store.. WILSON CHOPPED ItsPanfc *y MMflf Ai*eeitte4;» WASHIHOTON this slott"--*i»d piled the ipWIfciju. watching*. j, •••iri'u The Bepartfflehi ertag fforti atlorts partment of th> ntfcf "/ ttients of 'l4SSf 1 ^ taty peace. *< Isehhovvcr hot SeHretat Dulles Vat in ' .^,. w-. f or-a ,-cease-f Ire .With ' m ntsts tarlo. , Herbert Hoower Jr,, . retary of state, > talked with Eisenhower?,^ "fto would 'seem thai" dn • an important. >as :Hcd ' al, the' department would* to consider all'^" Bat It -promptly said the United" coming peaceful, ,\t would like to know' of- what 'Red { That would 1 move to,,Red lW .« vn tu A ,— ^ .The .CommunisU t hadVI wanted to talk sion in ; the qould me.Hn,.,^,^ ,. lire in -the,area., fi, sarily mean the < talk, about getting,,'. They " claim."'Forn United States ic >" with' Chiang *Kat-i hat Jslantf. Instead ipd »out Jvec ha,d in mind. " This couottx .wou n -"any disciisnon' Formosa-area ;unl st.?. sat^jir,: i;hj»t J there, could -jiot,, even .be,, fire talk without Chiang. The statement ''jot a ;ta ^' We Give "S&H"Green Stamps.... Double"S&H Green Stamps Wednesday & THE WESSON Ol L SHORTEN ING NOWDRIFT 3 Lb. Can' MRS. PARKERS NORTHERN PAPER ARGARIN NORTHERN TOILET Lb. [BEST TABLE GLASS VARIETIES SOUTH AMERICAN BANANAS 2 CALIFORNIA SUNKIST MACARONI or SPAGHETTI LEMONS U. S. NO. 1 FLORIDA PASCAL CELERY HOME GROWN GREEN ONIONS 2 FANCY REP had/ been most Chin*, George $eem», *. He said m«ro. ,I.TJ fire talks with Red v were known, rest, told a tap the . statement 'off the; r ~ .,,•!>•-.>£LT»<i.i'v~i'"i'=3, # U}?';?PS?KSii; ; ^-r- fef^"-* , , -t I * '& '"

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