Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 14, 1968 · Page 13
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 13

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 14, 1968
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f, Mirth U, 1966 Itht Negro By fester Hicks or 4474 FOR THE DAY fo have Ideas is to gather lowers; to think, Is to weave Tiern Into garlands, * Mad* Swet« titrie said It* IALENOAR OF EVENTS the staple Singers of Chlea* ill,, wUl appear at Harris inasium Monday night March |s, This program is being spots* ared by Mrs, Mattle Sanders nd Mrs, Georgia Collins, Ad« tickets * $UO; $2,00 at ar, You may purchase your fcckets from the sponsors, The Mighty Clouds of Joy of Mineral Springs will sing at Shor* er Chapel A.M.E* Church, Ble[ins, Sunday night March 17th at , The public Is Invited to at* nd, ;AL PTA PRESIDENT ATTENDS STATE CONGRESS Mr. C. G. Carmlchael, presi- lent of the Verger Shover PTA has returned from Lakevlew, Ar- i *;~;7 *""' J h6 atlet >ded the 40Ui Annual Session of ihe Arkansas congress of Colored Parents and Tetcnefs at Lakevlew Hlfih School March tth through 9th, Theme of the meeting was, Unity, our Challenge*'} ConveS Hon Focus, "Living together" Si!,^!?^. al 8 P^'Congtess . heflhan , ntial Unlty ' Ouf the 2 » d session, the future PTA r ers *efe presented in a panel, sn the subject, Challenge", On Frf- day evening, the keynote address was delivered by the National President, Mrs, E, R, Gay, According to President Car* mlchael, the congress In Informative and Inspirational, COMING AND GOING •Mrs. Mary Flenory has gone to St, Louis, Mo,, to be with her daughter, Mrs, Mamie Ootsey. who Is 111, Mr. Dan Hamilton and his nephew, Mr. Pike Wilson of Detroit, Mich,, have returned to Hope from Florida, where they spent several days with Mr, Hamilton's son Mr. John Hamll* ton and family. FUNERALS Funeral services for Mrs, Rosie Conway will be held at Brown Chapel Church of Christ, Star Route, Washington, Thursday March 14th at 2 p.m. Burial In Moss Cemetery under the direction of Hicks Funeral Home, Inc. Funeral service for Mrs. Levester White will be held at the Garrett Chapel Baptist Church Thursday March 14th, at 2 p.m. Burial In Cave Hill Cemetery under the direction of Smith Funeral Home of Stamps. Pitti Palace The Pitti Palace is in Florence, Italy. It houses one of the finest collections of paintings in the world. This collection includes works by Raphael, Titian, Rubens and Rembrandt. One of the world's most famous fashion columnists, Eugenia Sheppard, tells Senior Scouts of the pleasures nnd pitfall* of n journalism career. Kxplorlng new career worlds Is just one Way Girl Scouting helps develop mnlurc, Competent women. Since Juliette Gordon Low founded the Girl Scouts on March 12, 1912, more than 20 million girls have learned new skills nnd discovered life-long interests through Girl Scout activities. pra D r WIN AT BRIDGE KOA pros Get B 0$wdd on(j JflmM Jocob Tour- Firsts POMPANO BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Touring PGA pros swept the first four places in the $5,000 putting classic with putt- putt pros Monday at Crystal Lake Country Club and the Lighthouse Point putt-putt course. The touring pros, led by Randy Glover, won 73G-749. Glover was low with a 76 for the 36 holes on grass and 67 on the 36 holes of the hard surface putt- putt layout. He was followed by Don Massengale, Rex Baxter and Dave Hill. SUPEft M4tff£7 DM 7-4591 i-FOLGERS LB. 79(5 Snowdrift 691 LOW-SPECIAL-PRICE SIMPLE SIMON Si •EGG CUSTEEU>iG«EAM **& LARGE 9 IN. PIE 3 LB. CAN PREMIUM Crackers 35(5 1 LB. BOX Pie 59 mm^mm MIDWEST PURE Ice Cream 59' Bread 4 MID WEST SAVE 30c : Bananas Matches CARTON 0 BOXES £3 y DEL MONTE Catchup '/ 2 GAL. wm DEL MONTE Fruit Cocktail 4 303 1 OO CANS • Buttermilk <& GAL. 45C Milk 6^1.00 9 £ Fig Bars IB PACKAGE 4 14. OZ. BOTTLES Cheer LG. BOX Mellorine J'/a GAL. 1.00 BETTY CROCKER Cake Mix 0 BOXES I ,UU LB. 10 Potatoes 10 LB. 39' FULL - JUICE TEXAS Oranges NICE & LEAN Pork Chops END CENTER CUTS CUTS * **L 59 69 Pit Liver SPEC. • LOW - PRICE Carrots LB. BAG. 15 FRESH. LEAN Ground Beef 2,95* GOOD « TENDER T. BONE Steaks Stew Meat 3- 1°° ^^P • mmt NORTH 14 A J 10 fl * A 54 * 2 + K.QJ943 WEST EAST 4872 4k A K 9 3 VQ1083 VK2 4KJ97 > J043 487 4 10652 SOUTH (D) «»Q54 ¥ J978 *AQ86S *A Neither Vulnerable West North East South 1 • 2 $ 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass 24 3 4 Pass Opening Pass Pass Pass --*V 3 Thlrty-flve years ago when there weren't many expert bridge players, everyone knew everyone else quite well. In those days Waldemar von Zedtwitz was the slowest play- Ing expert. His partner*, never minded. They were sure that after Waldy finished thinking, he would come up with the right play. There are plenty of slow players today and when most of them go into a trance their partners shudder. Somehow or other they don't always find that right play when they get through thinking. East was one of those slow player?, •}{ didn't take hjm long to p|«y hi* Mng o( hearts after a |ow card was. played from dummy at {rick qne, Th§n East commenced to think while West shuddered, West couldn't see that singleton ace of clubs. In the South hand, but West could see that East was thinking of leading a spade and West wanted no part of a spade lead. East could not see that singleton ace of clubs either but he might have. East was looking at 10 of clubs. His partner's three of hearts had been fourth best, so South was marked with four hearts. South had bid and rebid diamonds to show a five card suit. This left him with, qnhr four b|a,efc gard§ and three W§r§ likely tQ be the queen and two other gpa.d§s, Anyway, Easf thought and finally played hii Wng g( spade?, South dropped the qu§en and had established a sure spade entry to dummy, if Ejast had returned a heart at trick two and used his top spades properly, declarer would have been set several tricks, Even after the king of spades play, East could have defeated the contract by shifting to the 10 of diamonds. But East did not make that play. Instead he led the heart back one play too late. South led a club to his ace, played a spade and wound UP with six clubs and one trick in each other suit. H \Ve*t 1 f bidding hai been: Moil)) ga»t South Dble Paw 2 V , hpjd; What dp yen partner b9* Mild yo^ t« pick sylt 9114 you wo sffor4 t« J"«P If parser coptlnye» to flve ». pa**- Vou have done hand In»t«?id of biding rtve spade*. your partner bidj rtye diamond«. What do yp« do Jn this ca*e? ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^I^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^I^^^^^MP^^^B CmfflfmlL BACON WILSON QUICK CRISP LBS. 1 19 BRISKET Stew Meat FRESH LF.AN Ground Beef DRY SALT Fat Back LBS, fj LBS. I/HJ 3 LBS. U3v Round Steak u.. 89C FRESH DRESSED Fryers DECKER QUALITY Picnics OLD FASHION Hoop Cheese LB, LB. LB. 290 43* 79* Sirloin Steak Rib Steak 690 Good Lean Pork Chops , 690 ^'^/^^^^•-^^^ If® ifco,'**-t -* Bananas TOMATOES I-RESH OKRA FRESH Green Onions Green Cabbage LB . 10(i Oranges BUNCHES 3 TEXAS SWEET LBS. DOZ. 25(i 49( Godchaux Sugar 10- 9 1.19 Hunts Peaches Midwest Pure Ice Cream 59C Gal. Del Monte WHOLE KERNEL FAMILY STYLE Corn JUMBO Scot Towels SWKEPSTEAK Mackeral WILSON PLAIN 3 ROLLS $1 Chili M i\f\A WILSON 4 s 89C Tamales LARGE 24 02, CAN 3 02. CANS 59C 89C Washing Powder Breeze King 1 1Q Size I • I J7 Morton Salt 26 Oz, Box HOLLYWOOD Candy LARGE V Eggs 6 LARGE WHITE Purex SOLID BLOCK Oleo MEYERS Bread MIDWEST Buttermilk BAR PACK DOZ, GAL, 7 1 LB, BLOCKS 5 LARGE LOAVES 19C 39C 35C $1 $1 Del Monte Sugar Peas 4 Flavors Jackson Vanilla Wafers 3 l50z. Bog MRS, TUCKER *•****«•« » ww• *#"•"* | Shortening 3 CAV ON 49P 39C IUK Lunch Meat &?• BAKERS ANGKL FLAKE . Coconut -/ 33(5 KRAFT ASSOIITKH FLAVORS GLASSES FQLGEKS Inst. Coffee "<< 89(i I LB . 2 LB. . 3 LB. . FOLGERS Coffee ,„, 69(i PHONE 7,4404 111 5. MAINST, HOPE, ARK, '--£

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