WMi WMU - • ... ... ... ng Pack Pamphlets, Booklets «•••&! First Baptist WMU members are packing 500,000 pamphlets and booklets in both Spanish and English and "Good News for Modern Man" (New Testaments). This material was sent by the Southern Baptist Home Mission Board for migrants who stop at the Employment Security Divisions' rest camp on Highway 67 West. Mrs. W. C. Bramlett is chairman of the committee which spearheaded the job of packaging Court Pocket Thomas B,Pate, Grady Ran- Graham^^ Disturbing peace, For- HIO Herbet Tvree Drunken- felted $46.15 cash bond, ' J II* it-icr?r ^w!^ James A. Hartline, Glen Jackness, Forfeited $16,50 cash bond. j Failure to answer sum . Yancy Cardgar. .Carson ^ • Forfeted $2 6.15 cash Green, Jr., Robert Hickman, ^ QA ' Gerald Lindsey, Barney Ward, Ra ' nd L Br No crash bar Driving while intoxicated, P ea d h[ w Fo ' r f e ited $26.15 guilty; fined $106.50 and 1 day ^ tond> in jail. Central Brick Co., Corbett L. D. Brown, Charles E. Pri- Bro H & j company, Carlton mus, Charles Sheppard, Speeding Hensle southwestern Trans- Forfeited $16.50 cash bond. po rt ation Company, Overweight, Douglas W. Williams, Failure Forfeited 46<15 cash ^nd. ., Forfeited $46.15 cash to answer summons, Plea gull- Flay Gardner, Disturbing ty, fined $26.50. a Dismissed. Bobby J. Palmer, Aggravated ' Marriage Licenses Issued assault, Plea guilty, fined$56.50. Bobby J. Palmer, Bobby J. Palmer, Melvin Reliford, Assault and battery, Plea guilty, fined Bobley a calhoun, Hope to $31.50. Miss j u dy Fern Wake, Hope, Lavert Thomas, Resisting ar- Arkansas, rest, Plea guilty, fined $56.50. John w> Harris, McCaskill Thomas C. McRoy, Transpor- to mss ^ ry Beth 3ondSj Ble . tin over legal amount of beer, vins> Arkansas. Plea guilty, fined $56.50. John T§ Meredith, Texarkana Odis Crane, Disturbing peace, to Mrs> SusanSteele, Texarkana, Dismissed. Ark-Tex. Odis Crane, Drunkenness, Dis- A Uen Wis^, Jexarkana to Mrs. missed. ""• Ma r y McKamie',"texarkana,"Ark- Tex STATE DOCKET Michael Lee Lester, Hope to , . Miss Rebecca LynnStiffler, Gur- Rubin P. Puckett, Driving don< Arkansas, while intoxicated, Plea guilty, William M. Lee, Hope to Mrs. fined $136.15 and 1 day in jail, p^ y Ferguso n Hope, Arkan- Jimmie A. Carlton, Roy M. ' Hockett, Speeding Forfeited $26.15, cash bond. Elbert Patterson, Driving across center line on highway, Forfeited $26.15 cash bond. Burma Death Toll 2,OOO T --'-: T RANGOON. Burma (AP) — Clara Acrey, Dale Acrey, Joe Reported fro ' m me Arakan area the material. The Girl|s Auxiliary and the Men's Brotherhood of the Church are also helping. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Foster were sent by the Home Mission Board to begin this work. They are now in another field. Cases filed in Chancery Court Joy LaBarge vs. Lloyd LaBarge O.B. Chance vs. Martin A, Sewell, et ux Helen Hatch Boyd vs. Curtis Vernon Boyd Cora Mae Norton Day vs. Joseph T. Day First National Bank of Hope, Ark., vs. Herbert L. Smith, etux Firemen's Fund American Insurance Co., vs. Bettye Anne Richards. Henry Baker, Jr., vs. Elston Willis Paul D. Oiler, d-b-a Oiler's Fish Farm vs. Margaret H. Walston L. A. Anderson vs. American Insurance Co., of Texas First National Bank of Burkburnett, Texas vs. Paul R. Williams. Revenue Dept. Gets «• Grant LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The state Revenue Department has received a $50,000 federal grant to help computerize and update the state's motor vehicle registration system. Y. W. Whelchel, state coordinator of public safety, said that an additional $50,000 grant would be made • later when funds become available. - Hope Star photo Left to right: Mrs, Cecil Clark, Mrs. Lester Sitzes, Mrs. W. C 4 Bramlett, Mrs, Douglas Drake, Mrs. Roy Chatham, Mrs. Pod Rogers and seated, Mrs. Henry Haynes and Mrs. P. L. Perkins. said Tuesday night the death toll in the May 10 cyclone has passed 1,000 and that 2,000 other persons were missing. ornery We Deliver Phone 7-3361 GROCERY -AND — MARKET 223 South Main St. Hope, Ark. MIXED Sausage PICNICS Delsey BAR-B-QUE Seven Bone Steak RUMP OR Round Bone Roast LB. 65C Brisket Stew Meat 3 L3.1.00 FRESH Ground Beef 3 LB. FRESH DRESSED D LB. 1.39 Large Hens FRESH DRESSED 1.00 Fryers WHOLE LB. 39(1 SLICED LB. 430 LET US PROCESS YOUR MEAT IT MAKES A "DIFFERENCE" WHEN IT is QUICK FROZEN ANOTHER SERVICE OFFERED Let Us Cure and Smoke Your Hams & Middlings TWIN PAC Grape Jelly 0 i8oz.i nn 0 JARS I.UU LIBBY'S Mixed Vegetables 2 160Z. CANS CATTLEMAN'S BarBeQue Sauce Smoky or O L FOB Lettuce HEAD 19|* QUART Zestee 45(5 MARKET BASKET Jilk 6 CANS I.UU ROGERS Tomatoes S lcoz.QKfj CANS MVV MRS. TUCKER'S Shortening 55C Bananas 2 Super Suds GIANT SIZE 490 Biscuits 12 CANS 1.00 FOLGER'S Coffee LB CAN T WELL Jack Mackerel A is oz. i fin T CANS I .UU Lemons DOZ. MARGUERITE SMITH JOHNSON Mrs. Marguerite Smith Johnson, a long time teacher in local schools, is retiring after 44 years of teaching. She began her career as a teacher when in her "teens". Her first school was" known as "Brown's School" a one-room building with grades 1-8. The next year the school was replaced by a two-room Rosenwald building, where St. Mark Church now stands. This building was later moved to Upchurch School and was used as a shop which was destroyed by fire. She was therefore responsible for the second Rosenwald building in the county. She graduated from Shorter College High School and began her teaching career. She received her college training during the summer months and received a B,S. Degree, graduating with honors at A.M.& N. College in 1954. She taught many years in the rural areas. Two years in Independence County, Batesville, Ark., the home of her husband, Reuben Johnson. The remainder of the time, she lias taught at McRae Elementary School in Prescott. During the strenuous years, when more class rooms were needed she worked ardently with the P.T.A. in helping to raise $2,000 which was to be matched by the school board. Later a gymnasium was built and the two class rooms were added, She was a conscientious and dedicated teacher. One who has inspired many boys and girls to pursue a higher education. Many of whom have made good citizens and are now holding prominent positions. She has longed to see the boys and girls of McRae housed in a modern, well*equipped building. This dream was fully reai« ized, for now a modern well- equipped Elementary building now stands as a beacon light guiding the foot»steps of those who wish to follow the paths to knowledge which is mankind's greatest asset, I Mrs, Johnson offered these ; words of poetry as a parting thought: Do not live to make a living, Rather live to make a life, or the measure of succeeding All you ever leave behind you. When your soul has crossed the bay, Is the good you've done for others As you tarried by the way. Flame Guts a Fire Station NEW YORK (AP) - A gasoline explosion sent flames through all three floors of the Bronx building but firemen reacted quickly and kept dam* age to a minimum. It was the home of Engine Co. 94. at low budget prices PICNICS Deckers Quality Lb. FRESH LEAN Ground Beef HEAVY Smoked Jowl BABY BEEF Short Ribs BRISKET 2 , 990 Stew Meat COUNTRY STYLE 4 IBS 1.00 Mix Sausage VELVEETA 3 us 1.29 Cheese Fryers Pork Chops 591 Chuck Roast 49C Sirlion Steak 154 Lettuce FRESH CORN VINE RIPE Tomatoes Apples LB. FRESH GREEN Onions BOH GOLDEN DEL - EACH . _ , SUNKBT 100 Lemi SHOW BOAT fork & Beans 4 LARGE nnX IL SIZE 890 PET Milk 6 TALL C 1 CANS 4) I • FOLGER'S COFFEE DEL MONTE Catsup 5 140Z.C1 BTL. 4> I ns 10CJ 390* NABISCO WAFFLE CREAM Cookies 3 LARGE If 4 10% 02. \ I PKGS. *** " WITH COUPON AND $5.00 OR MORE PURCHASE LB. CAN 494 FOLGERS INSTANT Coffee HUNTS LARGE 2 % CANS Peaches SHORTENING Crisco AJAX LAUNDRY Detergent QUART SIZE Purex DEL MONTE CUT freen Beans FOLGER'S INSTANT 6 OZ. JAR 890 Coffee LARGE W: 3 CANS $1 EggS 3 &790 Jelly i KivAr 1 Lr «-i MW«-*-* 790 Tomatoe Juice MIDWEST 190 Mellorine MEYERS 3 890 Bread 1002. JAR GIANT SIZE QT. LARGE WHITE KRAFT GRAPE KRAFT DELUXE 0 Relishes Sweet Relish, Hot Dog Relish, Hamburger Relish, PicicUlly Relish, Hot Pepper Relish, Bar-B-Que Relish, Green Tom Relish, MIX OR MATCH T JARS ^) I «UU * COOLRISE * CAREFREE* CON V EN I ENT*COQLRISE* CAREFREE* Robin 10 Tnis coupon good tmough SATURDAY, MAY 85, 1968 ONLY AT BARRY'S STORE COUPON Ib. flour WITH THIS COUPON 99C WITHOUT COUPON $1.09 (COPE) *CQQLRISE*CAREFREE*GONVENIENT*COQLRISE*CAREFREE* ^•r mi^^tk Y' W| DIUVIR PHONi 7.4404 Md/tt' 111S. MAIN ST, HOPE, ARK, w !
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