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H0f»t STAft, HOPI, ARKANSAS Tuesday, July 13, 1954 - IESCOTT NEWS Feud Mcltehry, the tot- 6*6 fceHle Ltie Davis whose ah event ot Suri- 'tettiebh, was feted with a partir fciveh ott Friday by 1 Ifginla Johnson and her Sjgiiest, Miss Julia Ann Marks . Summer flowers in grace- fahgerhents decorated tho fobrh. The dining table was served by the hostess. County Wide 4-rf Talent Contest to Be Held July 15 Thursday, July 15, at 8:40 p. m. is the date set for the County Wide 4-H Talent and benefit on the Nevada County Court house lawn according to County Agricultural Extension Agents. The pur- Court Docket* enter HD Club Meets 16 iuly meeting of the Center rife ' Demonstration Club was Municipal Court of Hope, Arkansas July 12, 1954. City Docket Johnnie Phillips, Follosving too close to another vehicle, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Jessie Brock Disturbing peace, ForfeUed $10.00 cash bond. George Dunn. Assault & Battery, Forfeited S10.00 cash bond. Nathaniel Jefferson, S L. Kent Failure lo yield right-of-way Forfeited S3.00 cash bond. Minus Hill, Jewell Slocton, No State car license, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Evelyn Glover, Running "Stop" sign, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Sid Lewis, Drunkenness, Served A portion of the program will bc} 10 / Jays in J ail devoted to free entertainment-with' Jess Atk >ns, Norman Coleman, talent numbers by 4-H club incMN-!; Tcssie Morris, Melvin Stuart, Drun- bers represcnlnig clubs all over the! hcnncss - Forfeited $10.00 cash bond, county. The right will be reserved!. J - s - Conway, Selling intoxicat- lo limit the talent numbers to twel-' 1 "'' Iu 3 uor in a ^'V county, Plea vc with encores if necessary, but KU) "" y finec1 $'00.00 it is hoped that each 4-H club in! L - C. Dean, Ernest Jackson, Dock the county will enter one or more ji*f flcy ' Driving while intoxicated, '"' -•" "-- ' -30.00 and 1 day t*vii«4 *4.*t;uiiiiii | Ei.au.ivvvaci A . t • • > -_ Vlth a while damask cloth P° se ,°j, lhls event »s to raise fjnds ield a central arrangement of J» J^. 6 ™ transportation to state I Iftyftte 4 ' H Club Weck at tne University of ~i MeHenry was presented two Arkansa *. Fayetteville August 2-0. =6f milk glass. -tfnty refreshments were ser!$6 15 guests. Miss Martha Ed- W Houston was an out of town it,. V on Friday afternoon in the numbers of their choice. The num- * ht MrV SnrHld a,.«o,. ,,,Hh bers will be judged and a 1st, 2nd of. Mrs. Sardis Greet- with it 4 , members, a visitor, Mrs. °*1fd Andrew?, and. Cpunty a- Lorctta McClennahan at- L. Klng £r£i Grecj* gave the devotional (fifed With the group repeating rd's Pcayer. iilg the, business session con- by the president, Mrs. Olin ss .*'*pUuis H wcrd discussed ' for ffdubs booth at the fair .and, for *->Coilnty«.Wlde 4-H Club-talent st and 'benefit to be held. f ^McClennahan gave'an in- Stive talk on "The Prescnla- ihd^Treatment of Cancer." liectable, refreshments were isurance lews MAN SAYS! Chouse established by v cannot enjoy '%• protect yoyr large in- •'es'trnents in 'stock and hiiigery.' Check your lolues'^against your in- JCprice'. • * " ' Anderson & Co. Agents• $To" Pf Sure - Insure" t 8.* MMn St.- -*- Hope,-Xrk. "*- -(b. 7;3481, 7-3482 judged and 3rd place winner will be selected. .Another part of the program will consist of a benefit and Helen Easter, Disturbing peace, Pica gtiilly. fined $10.00. The Negro Community • 6y Helen Turrtef Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mist Turner at Hicka Funeral Home Mrs. Nannie Smith of Hope died at her home Sunday, July 11. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. les, and San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Walking and Roosevelt (Tonk) Neal left Sunday where they will spend their vacation in Mexico City and points in California Carhegie Group Protest 'Slurs 1 NEW YORK (IP) — The Carnegie Corp. says witnesses in a congressional investigation have attacked ^ I Simmie Munn and Mrs. Pearl I KHchean have returned to their home in Los Angeles, Calif., after spending two weeks visiting their parents and other relatives. They were accompanied by Miss Shirfcy Munn daughter of Mr. Munn. Shirley will enter Los Angeles City College this fall. House committee to investigate tax-exempt foundations, Corporation President Charles Dollard said yesterday: "The question has been raised; in these hearings as to whether several tax-exempt foundations [foundations have supported — an "through a shocking combination Amercan 1 projects and, through ai INJURIES FATAL FOTT SMITH, Ark. - I/PI — Ed Wciburg, '!!. Chester stave-mill operator, died yesterday of injuries suffcred July 6 w hen he jumped from a runaway truck. He is survived by his widow and two daughters. Vacation Bible School will begin at BeeBee Memorial CME Church July 19-24. asking all young people to attend. Time 4 to 8 p. m. There will be classes for adults. Mrs. G. H. Martin and two children have returned to their home in Detroit, Mich., after spending :wo weeks visiting their parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Nelson, in Was- linglon. refreshments. Each local adult 4-HiP ut club leader and member is urged to James Stuart Operating car with- bond. Forfeited $5.00 cash invite and see that all 4-H-members and people in their community attend. Those clubs entering talent contestants should notify the Agricultural Extension office us soon as po$sible. 4-H:club girls, parents of 4-H club members, Home Demon- slt'ation Club members'and others. The pufclic ' : is ' especially invited lo attend this program'-and ' help make this" event a; success Mrs C. A. Wynn spent a part, of Jast' week'in Little Rock as "the ,of relatives. Hollis Johnson, Disturbing peace, Forfeited S10.00 cash bond.: ' Clem Howard,- Johnnie Stinsoii, No driver's license, Forfeited .$5.00' cash bond. Dock Heflcy, Dan Stevenson, David Epperson, No driver's-.license-, Plea guilty,-fined $5.00. V-'/y, Ivy Banks./.Failure to yleld.'^ght of-way, Dismissed. " -A, State Docket Carrol Ybcum, Failure -to yield right-of-way, Tried, fined $25.00; fine suspended Notice of appeal: .Walter Hoslip, Driving an.' automobile while' intoxicated, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond and 1 day in jail. Waller Hoslip, Operating a motor Mr, and Mrs. F. A. CulpcppeV of Keffer, Okla were '• the Thursday | ~ ~ ~T~~ gucsls ofrMrs. D. L/McRae Sr."und Mrs. Allen Gee Jr. in Hope;' •Wore accompanied home by, Susan - . . and Van Gulpepper who have been Mr. and .Mrs. P. D. Whitaker; "Su•Spending .the past several weeks san and Bill have returned to Cor- Mrs. Eugene Ward of Muskcgon Mich., is visiting her father, John Hall, and sister, Mrs. C. A. Nelson and family in Washington. Miss Mabel Young of Stamps; Mrs. Rebecca Wilson and Miss Jiranita C Wilson of Lewisville were the house guests of Mr. and Mfs. Frank Flcnory on July 9. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flcnory also had as dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest McDonald .and.family and Mrs. Pearl Bradshaw .and Mary A. Phillips of Spring Hill. Louisiana. V Mrs. ; Ester M. Stuart and son and Miss Joe A. Wright left Saturday for El Dorado where they will spend two weeks visiting Mrs. Stuart's parents and other rclativ- The Yerger Band Mothers will have a call meeting Thursday night July 15 in the Music Room of Yerger High School. Asking all members to please be present and on time. 7:30 p. m. There will be a baseball game at the city park Tuesday night, July 1.3, All Stars will play the Hope Bears, Game time 8 p. m.. There will also b6 a party at the picnic ground. Everything free. Miss Eddie M. Muldrow has. returned home after spending several days visiting relatives in Phoenix, Ariz., and friends in Los Ange- Amcrican imports of milk fur have doubled in the past-seven years. of innuendo and implication' In a statement sent to the special shocking combination of innuendo'been left that perhap they and implication, the impression has'failed in this respect" have C. W. LOOKADOO Candidate For YOU'LL-WANT TO SEE AND HEAR G. W. LOOKADOO OVER KCMC-TV TONIGHT TUES, JULY 13 From 9:00 to 9:30 Pol. Adv. Paid For By G, W. Lookadoo 'with Mrs. McRac. Mr. and- Mrs. T. M. Bcmis returned Friday from Fort Smith pus Christ! after a visit with rela-! bond, tivcs. vehicle without driver's license, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. ' Luther Hickson, Drunkenness Forfeited'$10.00 cash bond. ' Johnnie Lee Stinson, Drumpirtg trash, etc., on property of another. Plea gulty, fined $10.00. ' P. E. Turner, .Failure to yield right-of-way, Forfeited' $25.00 ' cash Mr .and Mrs. Milford Daniel and where they were the guests of!sons of Magnolia were the guests Mr. and Mrs, Fadjo Cravens 'Jr.'Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Da- Tommy and Thad Cravens accom- niel. pnnied them home for a two weeks visit/ Wm. M. Kissack, Giving an overdraft, Dismissed on payment costs Check paid. Civil Docket The Toggery Shop vs. Robert Ellis, Southern Plaswood Co., Gar- inishee, Action on account for $39.00, Mrs. Cleo Hnies left Thursday for)Judgment for Planitiff by default Fort Worth to join Mr. and Mrs! for $39.00. Little Miss Gail Gee of Hope ;s M. D. Evans. They went via plane spending the week with her grand- :pju'ents,.Mivand Mrs. Allen Gee. Mrs. John W. Davis returned to Los Angeles for a vacation the Cocoanut Grove Hotel. Mrs. Hugh McDaniel, Mrs. Bill Thursday from a visit with Mr. and j McNeil and Nancey of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Scott Smith in Little Rock. have returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swafford in Wichita, The Toggery Shop vs. J. D. Wil- atjliams, Action on account for $103.11 Judgment by default for Plaintiff for $103.11. - . . -.-•"• .The Toggery Shop vs: Jeff Holt, Mrs. Jewell Roberts of Gur.don was a Thursday visitor in Prescojij Mrs. J. .A. Yancey and Mrs.''Wy- Kansas. lie Bird were the Friday guests of (and Mrs. Jim Yancey. Action on account'for $27.00, Judgment by default for .Plaintiff for $27.00.- . - . ; The Toggery Shop vs. Marvin Warden,'Hope Bric,k-Works,,GarnisX; Bill Gee of Hope is spending the hee, "Action on account fpi'"-$i9i2l; v week with his grand parents, Mr; I Judgment by default for Plaintiff Here's Plesee to Oo for $19.21. •for you r i-i.OL.1DAY- ! v ,,*,*-« * - MO l/o/i'Jjy Coupi, A Gitatal Motor* Value. „.. Jn ? gay, holiday mood? 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SfXft, ARKANSAS i: HirnilMjt Hoow, Inc eiilritunil tf NEA $««!« By PHILLIPS ROGERS XX foul, which I didn't want, as that chancery was applied so it would To make a long story short for stay applied. Lopez didn't want it. the next half hour Lopex treated i either, anri kept appealing to tho me to about every hold t here is in | crowd, which booed louder than the Frank Gotch wrestling book I i ever. He slipped under the ropes have at home, and some that] just ahead of me, looking at e very- Big League Players in Organization aren't in it. I stuck lo the. defen- was body as if lie hated them as much as they did him. but when we got sive, mainly because there nothing else I could do. back to the dressing room, he was '!I kept being a sucker fcr thei as friendly as before. 1 tried to 'Walf-nelson-and-crolch combination,! apologize for the referee sayin and it made me mad, until I sud-i he nad fouled when he hadn' denly realized it was because : but he >nid. "Think nothing of n By JACK HAND CLEVELAND league baseball The major Fights Last Night By The Associated Press NEW YORK Floyct Patterson. 163^. New York, stopped Jacques Royer. 1 06 France !i BROOKLYN Willie Troy 161, Washington D. C. stopped . Tony Arfthony. 1.">7>2. New York. 4 BOSTON Tony D'eMarco, 141''. playors have or-'B° ston stopped George Araujo 130 ganized formally into an associationjProvidence, R. I.. 5 with by-laws and a constitution but' no dues, J. Norman Lewi? their lawyer goes out of his way to insist this is no union; •' Baseball Lopez was cross-eyed and when;Benny threw _the high sign when I protected where I thought Lewis will receive a reported) $30,000 fee I'o^-'sefv.lMS: 'l-fertdered in helping the ;playei,'3; rt6gotlat6 ; *i l : new pension C qhtrael • Wlth'V^th.o owners. His • fee covers W,o'rk his I watched was looking, he was going foi somewhere else. .instead of watching which had fooled me. his feet, so when he went in',n what was ic be another half nelson and crotch, with a body slam, t tjol in what had been my stretegy from the beginning. I applied a forward chancery, which after trying to put one on Milo all those months, only to have it slip off, worked like a dream against those he saw you had me." 'What did he do that tor?" through October 1954. "There is no definite arrari'gc- jment for the future after Ob'tober' "Buildup, kid, h e says. "Win-: said Lewj s . "We didn't discuss it. ning on a foul aint decisive, so Ihe fans will b e arguing whether you could really throw me or not. Next time we wrestle. Benny is sure of a packed house." That is something that probably will be decided later.' -.'-.' Lewis .fee will come out of the central fund into which All-Star Game gate receipls and., All-Star I explained that this was strictly ! anc | World Series radio-television my last match. "It will make ary," he said. "You should easy and a quarter out cash is placed. According to Lev/Benny very an- 'is the owners committee already Atlanta took a pair from Mobile, 9-2 and 5-2, to- remain half a game Snake bites kill from 30,000 to! ahead ot iho on-charginu Pels 40,000 people a year, most of them who have won seven straight and flowered cais that wouldn't let anything past them. He couldn't get out and h^ couldn't get to the edge of the mat. c liner, as I was keening him on his feet and only twisting his « ad so that if I kept up his spinal lumn would have to come apart. Once and a while you get a real good, if you know what I mean, good, if y ou know what J -mean, and I had it; Figure for yourself, the only hold I had really been able to put on in the whole match, this was >ne that I could really apply and f did. I felt a tc.p. on the shouldciv but if you think f was going to let « at hold go you are more nuts an the referee, who began trying 'to pry mo loose. I couldn't understand what had h appencd, and all those people yelling themselves coarse didn't help either. At .first I thought that Lopez had conceded, but when f did leave KO, ha- started to go around the ring, pleading with the referee, w ho kept shaking his head, and w ith the audience, who just booed h im. He looked so earnest I wondered if I had done like putting on a strangle hold w hich is strictly not good sportsmanship, although it has been gotten away with on numerable occasions. . of him for a return bout. He'll feature it ns a grudge match, with has agreed to the ' payment and Ihe players followed •'.._ -suit y'esler- day. Pension payments also are paid out of Ihe same c entral fund. me out to tear you to pieces." ! The 16 current player reprcsenla- Milo came in and bust out, the' tivcs onc from cach big league way he always did, "Lopez, you, why you no away?" "Being Anyway, it came out that the refere gave me the bout on a th'ow Fed right strictly club per- Beware of Strangers DEMAND NON CANCELLABLE HOSPITAL INSURANCE Home Security Life Ins. Co. Little Rcjck. Ark., issue this type policy—Premium never increases. Buy From Local Agent, He will be here during the months to come. Your Doctor and Hospital know.this company. Call or. Write ... CECIL WEAVER Phone 7-3141 P. 0. Box 104 former I like to give tho cash customers a show. Besides, I underestimated your kid," ^Lopez said, not i n a bragging way or anything. The fellows for the rasslc royal came in.. They all seemed to k now Lopez and like him, but they c ailed him Fran!: and I realized that Pancho war an alias. One o f them said, "I don't see why Benny decided on molasses." and Miln <i,:id, "I know, is to keep from slipping" which made the other fellows laugh and establish Milo as a kind of a card. I left to take Milos seat by Dawn O'Day. Benny Lefkoc was already in it, but the guy next lo him made his seat suddenly empty and I realized that snaybe there was mor paper unpaid-for seats than I had thought I no more than sat down before Benny says, "I nevr:r thought you could do it. Pancho's flowered ears have been inviting gronn-and-grunters for a long time. It's his stock in trade, you might say and that off eye of his'n" "I Would of preferred to win on a fall to a foul,' I said sternly, "especially as that was my last mat engagement.' "But you are already booked" he practically screamed, and I had to explain ugain about my promise to Betty Jane Blane. While I was telling him, some fellows lugged a barrel through the r opes and opened tha bung. You can't imagine how much molasses ran out of it. All around, people were •snickering while they thought o i how a lot of big guys would look trying to wrestle in it. club will continue in office until July 1955 when a general election will be held. The term of office will be two years. In the past there has been no formal term. Two cague player representatives also will be elected for two years 1855. ' The first guy in Ihe ring slipped Outfielders Are Best at the Bat By The Associated Prens AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 1 0. Kansas City 0 Indianapolis 7, Minneapolis (i Louisville 5. Charleston 4 Only games scheduled TEXAS LEAGUE Oklahoma City 5, Dallas 4 Tulsa 4. Fort Worth 1 San Antonio 8. .Houston 0 Beaumont 3, Shreveporl '2 Montemayor Paces Pels Over Barons By The Associated Press Felipe Montemayor the Mexican mauler from Monterey, measured himself for a niche in the Southern Association record books today anrl decided he would fit m just fine. The towering New Orleans right- fielder walloped three home' runs in the first game l=ut night as the Pels whipped the faltering Birmingham Barons 12-1 and 5-1: His thre? homers in a single beating Memphis ti-8. Little Rock skidded into last place when the Travs bowed to Chattanooga 8-7. Montemayor was not the only batting star of the night Nashville's Dunham. accounted for five runs with a homer, two singles and a walk as the Vols scored their third straight triumph — arid unusual feat for Nashville this year Chattanooga, which has won 12 of its last 15 games, opened a 14 game stand in the Lookouts' friendly home park with last inning rally to down Little Rock. Two errors helped the Looks score the tying and winning run. Atlanta's two victories went to pitchers who hadn't been a ble to win a game since May. Bob Giggle got his first since May 23 in the game equal the record set 33 years ago and matched numerous times since. Lenny , Yochim muzzled Birmingham on four hits in the nine- inning second game, losing hi« shutout whon Harry Minor knocked and Virgil Jeser his first and Vrgil Jeser his first opener oper since May 26 in the afterpiece. Bus manufacturers estimate that the United Stale will need 25,000 i Houston Lad Golf Leader at Denver DENVER Wl Rex Baxter. 18- year-old University of Houston sop- liomore', carded a 2-undCr-par t( yesterday t o take the lead in the first i ound of qualifying piny in the 51st Trans-Mississippi Oo\t Tourna-' ) j n g''|Jn at Mat-eos, ¥&.,> 1 course In a prftetififi proved h'J itoS f lidri He Is *fl, auiomaiic ,_.,._ Only .1 moke off flSslI were Or JtM Foiist of 6h" thd Jim J«uki07i, Kll'kWi with 7ts*. • 'f Jackson one of UlSv favorites <?hd a tortiier ,wl ment. Ba.\lor was ahead of a field f >* 204 gclters who loured Cnerry Hills Country Club's 0.888-yard com ' sc ' \yftehita 2 on No. holed his sat'crttt shot 9 Ifdn ffrtii lift The nmtierup W one out o fthc park in the second [new school buses each year for the next three years. A 55-year-old man needs twice as much light to see objects at night in Asia, according to esttimatcs of 22 of their last 28 games. Nash- as he required when he was a teen- th§ World Health Oorganization 'ville climbed out of the cellar by ager. Fire Hazard for Forests Serious LITTLE HOCK iffi The Slate Forestry Department said today that Arkansas' entremely dry fbr,- ests are nearing the critical stage although lack of winds is keeping kansas had trouble three holes, where .._ cr golfers also had d Trailing Foust SntJ Fteyd Addington ot 37-35-72. . In the field of 74 rner chpmpions, Jim _-_. Topok-1, Kan., and .Tptlh Dl Palm Springs, Call!.' " The 03 frualifidirs iorest fires to a minimum in the rad Will detefmirfe ftt itate. of 36 holes of quality tfl Yes'tei'day, 11 forest fires burned ' 'A score 160 might NEW YORK (#•)"— Outfielder hogged the spotlight in the ma.ior league batting races today with Duke Snider of Brooklyn and trv Norcn of the New York Yankees showing the way and several others in contention. Snider slumped seven points to .367 last week with 11 hits in, 85 at bats. Meanwhile outfielders.Dan Mueller of the Giants and Gits Bell of Cincinnati .closed -in, 'Mueller with a three-point-increase.-to ;356 and Bell with a fpur-poini, gain to •344. ' •'. . '>?-,'>•{£ v : ^' -., ; • Wally Moon 'ft'.-. Louis outfielder is fourth at .333 followed by'team- mates Red Schpendienst.and Stan Musial with .331.' ".';.'::-.'., .,-. ; In the American,' League, • Noreri took over the top spot'-from ^Cleveland's Bobby Avila. .Irv gained; 15 points to ,344 whil^.^yila^ trailed off nine to' '.341. ."•*••* •":: v :' r *i:" a f'V>' Mickey Manlel of the -Yankees, is t hird with .316, followed by Nellie Fox of Chicago, .315, and Minnie Minoso of the White Sox and Al Rosen of Cleveland with .318 apiece. ' HOPE WATERMELONS TOMATOES SWEET CORN Fresh Plenty Plenry of Peas RUSSELL'S CURB MARKET 901 WEST THIRD and fell, disproving what Dawn O'Day had said, and as Milo was tagging along in the rear a nd saw it a 11, I could have crawled under my chair, the way we had deceived him out of well meaning, of course. As each wrestler cjimbcd through the ropes and sloshed around, the crowd would laugh, but when Milo climbed through, they really split their sides. Even the other wrestlers couldn't help laughing as he stood there, looking so sad. Dawn O'Day and I ware the only ones in the whole place thai weren't practically hysterical. (To Be Continued) CLOSEOUT! WOMEN'S SUMMER MILLINERY • From Highest Prices! • Buy Now And Save! and TREMENDOUS ASSORTMENT! SUMMER SLACKS • Real Bargains! • From Higher Prices! • Holds Sharp Crease! • Sizeg 29 to 42! 4.00 t CLOSEQUT! ON! QR0UP MEN S JACKETS Od<J LfOts! Broken Sizes! V 3.00 THE SHERIFF'S JOB Now, this Sheriff's job is a curious one; Like the housewife's work, it's never done. Calls come by night and come by day; They may be near, or miles away. Do hurry up, says the voice of the caller You're badly needed in Possum Holler. Paw's on a rampage; he's got a gun; Been looking for Maw since half-past one. So we jump in our flivver, hit the trail; And drive like a streamliner carrying the mail. Our only hope and all we can figger, Is to be on hand before paw pulls the trigger. We finally arrive and amid confusion — We Icar the affair was simple delusion. Paw with his gun was just hunting squirrels; Maw had gone to school with the two oldest girls. Next day we're hunting a mottle-faced cow; That night we referee a nice family row. Now, that's just a sample of what we do; And endless variety of the old and the new. It may be a prowler, a burglar, a drunk; He may steal your billfold, your watch or. your trunk. We set out to catch him, and we do our best; We catch our percentage and lose the rest. We can't catch them all, for some leave no clue — They don't leave their cards, like the candidates do. •Sometimes they plead guilty, and the judge will scold, Then half the country .will want them paroled. They blame the depression, the New Deal, the tariff — But most of the folks put the blame on the Sheriff. So it's quite a game if you stay right in -— You'll get a pat on the back, and a sock on the chin, But, I like it, and I'm shedding no tears, And I'd like to be your sheriff for the next two years. VOTE FOR AND ELECT TOM MIDDLEBROOKS YOUR NEXT SHERIFF Pol, fdy. Pals) fpr by Staji§ </ / /'v// Yes 7 you sove TWO ways at Piggly Wiggly ... You "save as you spend" with voluble "S&H _ t ^^ on every dime you -spehd,and you'll save with Piggly Wiggly low, low prices every day on top qualifr ; nationally advertised fqpds . . . Your "S&H" Green Stamps are good every where ..; all over '' , you should move. So st'qrt today to "save as you spend" the "S&H" Green Stamps way at gly Wiggly store. BAKE RITE 303 Can pEm 46 Oz. Can KRAFT ACLE WHIP Pint Jar GREEN 12 Oz,' Can ',« »ST® , ARMOUR'S PINTO t •, POTTED M 2V 2 Size Can STEAKS Lb, WINESAP P PLES ^^^^ A'{ ^^^m^^^^w ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^WBpBH^v Lb,

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