Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 21, 1968 · Page 8
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March 21, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

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Thursday, March 21, 1968
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?omous Nlcolo Morinonette* to Pftrform Her* ^f Students Like McCarthy By — University of Arkansas stu dents prefer Sen, Eugene McCarthy, D-Minn., to Sen. Robert Kennedy, D-N.Y., in the Democratic presidential race, according to a poll taken by the Fayetteville Northwest Arkansas Times, Fifty-two per cent of those polled said they preferred McCarthy, 40 per cent Kennedy and eight per cent had no opinion. The poll was taken of one-half of one per cent of the campus' 10,000 students. One of the Most appealing stories known to generations of children will be unfolded with the world-famous NICOLO MARIONETTES performs In HANSEL AND GRETEL at Hope on Wednesday, March 27th. This program Is sponsored by Junior Auxiliary. lefojtkjjrjng charm of Grimm's^F^y^Tale comes^igr- ly ajivePTmh the antics of theawlnsorhe puppets enacfi ing a story: of action, magic, and suspense. The well- known melodies of the Humperdlnck Opera are woven throughout this beloved tale of the two children lost In the woods. The bright costumes and the three dimensional fair- tale settings are Inspired by Bavarian Folk Art. The audience will share the exciting adventures of HANSEL and GRETEL from the time they leave their humble cottage to take their perilous journey through the Black Forest to the moment when they conquer the Witch who lives in a wonderous Gingerbread House. The Junior Auxiliary is very proud to present this fine program for children of all ages. Performances will be given at Hope High School &Hopewell Auditorium on Wednesday, March 27th. Curtain will rise promptly at Hope High at 9:00 and 10:30 and at Hopewell at 2:00 p.m. Admission 25 cents. ' ____ We Deliver Phone 7-3361 -Mont GROCERY _ AND — MARKET 223 South Main St. Hope, Ark. "FRESH e ut-HH _ * GROUND BEEF 3 J. &AUSAGE MCCED 5^.1.00 Ifl OLEO 7 «1.00 CATFISH STEAKS ..m 2^950 PORK CHOPS u,.59(S LARGE GRADE A HOLSUM Bread 4 200Z, 00> LOAVES. OO* LET US PROCESS YOUR MEAT IT MAKES A "DIFFERENCE" WHEN IT is QUICK FROZEN AHQWK Iff Us Cure onrf Smoke Your Horn* I Middlings LIBBY'S Corn and Butter 2 m oz. CAN Cutrite 185 r ROLL VALuTTclpURE VEGETABLE Shortening 3 -69C FOLGERS Coffee 79d GREEN AND WHITE Lima Beans 2 i& DOLE sr Pineapple Sliced Q 15^ OZ. M CANS HUNTS Peaches 3 &» SI .00 FIRE SIDE Fig Bars FRANCO AMERICAN Spaghetti 3 15'JC" — CANS Biscuits 12 CANS $1,00 Fab GIANT Arkansan Held by Reds Writes toHitrWh DANVILLE, Ark. (AP)-Mrs.\ Barbara Karnes of Havana ' (Yell County) said Wednesday • that she received a letter Tuesday from her husband who was on the Intelligence ship USS Pueblo when it was captured by North Korea. Mrs. Karnes said the letter, addressed to "Mom, Dan and Barbara," appeared to be in handwriting of Navy Communications Technician 3c. Sidney Jerry Karnes, 22, and contained a picture of Karnes "along with two other men." She said the letter reported that he "was being treated w»ll, fed three meals a day and ns feeling fine and for us no', to worry." But she said it sounded like her husband had been told "how lo word the letter" because of Its optimistic nature. Mrs. Karnes, 20, and her husband, have been irarried about eight nv.nths, "But we've only spent about 20 days and on? week together," ad-ling, "I've never even cooked a complete meal for him." The letter received Tuesday was the first direct communication by Karnes with his family since the ship's capture Jan. 22, she slid. The Negro Community By Ester Hicks Phone PR7-4678 or 4474 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY A good face is a letter of recommendation, as a good heart Is a letter of credit. - Bulwer said It. CALENDAR OF EVENTS All members of the Young People's Department of Bethel A.M.E. Church are asked to be present at the church today at 4:30 p.m., to nuke plans for the annual Easter program. Hem:stead County Barracks 558, World War I Veterans are asked to be present at a meet- in! Saturday March 23rd, at 1:30 p.m. at the Community Center on East 3rd street. Refreshments will be served. C. H. Armstrong, C C. Men's Day will be obsem-d at the Mt. ZionC.M.E. Church Sunday March 24th, at 3 p.m. Rev. Earl Watson, Jr., oITex- arkwia will be guest speaks for the occasion. Th? public is invited, to attend. Rev, John W. Dawson, Pastor, _ '•*; CAIFISH ^^|^^^|^^^^^^|^^^||^^^f^^^|^^^||^^^|^^g||^^M^^g||^^gH B^^^^I^^^^WIi^^^lil^^^^B^^^^Bi^^^^i^^^^B^^^^^^^^l^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ StEffi & Lb, FRESH LEAN BRISKET Stew Meat FRESH CUT OUT Neck Bones 3 u* 1.49 Fryers . SUMMER 3 89C Sausage C AC A COTtON0oWL 5 LBS, 95P Bologna FRESH DRESSED STICK BY THE PIECE O LB& $ I 1 CHOICE (Sirloin Steak , i LB 79tf DECKER QUALITY Bacon TRMY BMbY BEEF Chuck Roast L6 49d GOOD LEAN V Pork Chops , ) .69(1 Spring BARGAINS in I J» 1 t f A« 1 <L «te§i31 NICE CRISP LETTUCE VINE RIPE TOMATOES FRESH .Green Onions f'jSEBLO 8A0»j» *$*>*» Carrots SUNK1ST NAVEL Oranges HEAD lm BUNCHES 1 •.; rt • '(>"• i ' '• Ityj- BAG LB. SUNK 1ST Lemons DOZ, CHUCKWAGON UHUCrvvw^J" • Bar-B-Q Sauce; ,33C 10 COUNT PILLSBURY OR BALLARD BiSCUitS SCAN DAK 12 oz. CAN Lunch Meat HORMEL Vienna . „. Sausage 4 890 HUNTS SOLID PACK i Tomatoes 4 89C Upton Tea Lb. 16 Count OCj4 Tea Bags £ J V 4-oz. jar Instant SHORTENING Crisco ShOWBO«T Pork & Beans $1 5 2/ 2 Size Cans DOLE Pineapple SLICED-CHUNK.CRUSHED 3 iy HUNT'S SALAD DRESSING Miracle Whip LARGE WHITE Eggs PARKAY Oleo DDCIE WHITE Flcur MIDWEST Mellorine or. DOZ. LB, 20 LB. SACK 3 '/ 2 GAL, CTNS, Kounty Kist String D63DS 4 303 CaNS 'EACHES LARGE $ Size Cans 00 CLIP "N" SAVE • CLIP "N" SAVE DOLE»P!NK PINEAPPLE GREAPFRUIT JUICE OR [Pineapple Juicel 46 ox. Cons This offer expires on March 23, ^1 1 1 J^J?L^ll. 1 ^!.' I CLIP "N" SAVE • CLIP SAVE PILLSBURY Cake Mixes ALL FLAVORS 'BOXES ^ I MEYERS Bread I LARGE LOnvES iviaxwell House Coffee A D D V H i& HI iB^ H WI DIUVIR PHONE 7,4404 111 5-MAIN ST.

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