Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 25, 1958 · Page 2
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September 25, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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Page Two HdM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS , 19S§ PRICES GOOD PRI DAY and SATURDAY 68DGHAUX UGAR 10" 99c LB, STICKS LEO Lb, 18c 3 °°-1.00 KRAFT STRAWBERRY SERVES MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING 49c BLACKBURNS — ALL FLAVORS 49c BELLE MEADE [ACKERS Lb. 19c NABISCO CRACKERS !TZ 12 Or. Box 19c MRS.^TUCKERS — CRUSTENE ORTFNING 8 ^ 199 FARM FRESH PRODUCE .PPLES' COOKING "• 8c RED or GOLDEN UCIOUS Lb. 15c RED 25 89c REENS 2 >*>. 25c UALITY MEATS U,,S, D, A, HEAVY BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. 79c ^PURE MEAT FRESH GROUND 1R6UND BEEF 2 Lbs, U. S, D 4 , A, HEAVY BEEF 6HUCK OR' ROUND BONE Courtesy - Quality - Price We Sfrive For Thf§g Thr§e Things. U, 5, D, A, HIAYY BliF Prescott News, tea Hfafiocs 6ussls Mnticl Mor^.ltt mtrl Mrs FVanc-t's 7,imm nr Dnnvrr. CnJo., house- guests of Mrs Kenneth Ren- vcs, were honored with aij inior- inal ten given by Mrs. Arthur TW- ner ami Mrs. ,1 A. Vagi? on FH- tiny iiftornoon In thr homo of (ho formal'. Ai i rtngprnonts of golden rod wore phict'd tit points of inlrn.'St mid DIP ten table was centered with a bowl of yellow roses. Guests included Mrs. John SfeW- nrt, Mrs. Hobby Whllmnrsh, Mrs. ,f. B. Franks. Mrs. Tlieo Elgin, Mrs. .1. T. MfRao, Mrs. Johnnie Hobks, Miss Maroia 'Heaves nnd M'rs- Ronvos. and Virginia turtle. Mr. and Mrs. <± O Wflfilquist were the weekend guests of their sons, Woody and Clyde Wahlquist Jr. ond tfteif (drhilits ifl Rock. Mr. and Mrs, John Chills? and their Quests, M'r, ond iMrs. EweU Gullcy Jr. of Chidister and Mr, and Mrs. Bob Kerf of Cleveland, Ohio attended the Arkansas-Baylor football game in Little Rock Saturday. Weather Buchanan nnd Jones Complimented Miss Mnrion tiuchannn nnd Miss ,)oilfwo Jones, who wc-re celobral- ing their birthday anniversaries, were complimented with nn afternoon party given on Saturday by Miss Neldn McBrayer in the home of Miss Buchanan. The den was festive with ar- I'anges' of fall flowers. The nonorees wore showered with lovely gifts after which refreshments were served from a table covered with a white linen cloth with a central arrangement of mixed flowers. Guests included /Misses Betty Hendvix, Betty Ligon, Norma Ctfif- ford, Amelia Harrell, Nancy Lewis, Bonila McKelvcy, Judy Men- dors, Polly Sherman, Sii/nnnc Lee Mr. and JVtr's. Frank Gilbert spent the weekend in Little Rock and were met there by their son, Martin, U of A student and their daughter, Mrs. Bob Slonn arid [Me* lissa of Jonesboro, They attended the Arkansas-Baylor game, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Ingram and sons and 'Mr. nnd Mrs. N, A/ Pe- tors and sons visited in Hot Springs Sunday. HIYIP UIAIL THEATRE FRI - SAT - SUN Battle of the Rock'N Roll — Kings — WCHARDlGAM OEBRA PAGET ud nutducmi PRESLEY ' CINEMASCOPE PLUS — SEE THESE TWO BIG ROCK 'N ROLL STARS AT REGULAR PRICES LAST NITE — 6;30 - 8;00 PROUD WUHG REBELS HITS IHCOI.OR .Mrs. Joesphine Carringtoti and •Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carrington of M'alvern were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C, Beaver Itt Hot Springs and attended the Ark'- Baylor game in Little R'ock;.Salu& clay. .Mrs. W. B. Short and Jimmy, of Emerson were the weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J", W, Bradley. Continued Sostoft, clotidy 80 (f(T fettfffiio, cloudy 77 72 Chicago, aioaf fifi ' 75 Clevdnhd, cloudy 84 73 Denver, cloudy 77 43 Aa Dos Moihes, cloudy 87 S3 •Deli-oil, cloudy 80 73 .01 Fort Worth, clear 91 74 Helena, cloudy 4n 41 Indianapolis, cloudy 82 73 Kansas City, cloudy 31 fid Los Ailgeles. clcaf 81 63 Louisville, cloudy 84 7J Memphis, cloudy 83 73 Miami, clcaf .tU 79 Milwaukee, cleat- 85 74 .50 New Orleans, clear 89 ?S NPVV Yofk, cleaj" 73 81 Oklahoma dity, deaf 92 ?3 Omahft, cloudy 8!? 52 Philadelphia, cloudy 75 58 Phoenljt, deaf 85 ti2 ,27 Pittsburgh, cloudy Si d8 Portland, Me., clear 80 S5 Portland, Ore., dfiudy 61 54 Rapid dity, cleat 1 SU 30 Rlcttmottd, clotidy 70 58 St. Lolite, cloudy 90 74 Salt Lake City, dent 1 5f>' 31 San' Diego, clear 73 59 San> Ffaftolsco,, cleaf 77 S3 Seattle, cloudy Tampa, cloudy 5f 5S DO 94 SAMI DAY SERVICE REASONABLE RATES Qualified gevlee at LOWSP Prlcss. mek Heggapdt TaoH« rticlah, guarantees y6u quaU ity service at budget pfiees. Save 10% on any secvlee W6rk With this ad UtttH oetobep 4, 1958, EASY PAY TIRE STORE 214 £, 2nd, 'Hope, Ark, Johnny Hines, student at pita- chita College, spent' the weekend with his • parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Hines. (Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McRae Jr. Dr. and Mrs. 0. C. Hirst and Jim McKenxie . spent the weekend In Little Rock and saw the' Ark-Baylor game. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Hubbard were the weekend guests of her parents, M'r. and Mrs. Carlton' Webb of Camderi, Miss Louise .Martin of Shreveport visited her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Martin, over the week end. Dr. and .Mrs. N. R, Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill'Gordon, Jim Nelson, Russell Moberg, Jack Robey, Ellis Stewart, Vucl Chamberlain and Jeff Livingston attended the 8th annual, district convention of the Ark-Mo. Kiwanis International at- the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs on Sunday. Mr. and.Mrs, B, A, D'eLamar and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Payne of Richland, M'o. attended the Ark-Baylor .game, Saturday, s < —: •- ' , Mrs, Fannie Wewth returned Sunday from two weeks stay in Little Rock. She was accompanied by Mr, and Mrs.. M, R', Whitaker, who spent the day. •Mr. and Mrs, Allen Gee, 'Mrs.; I B. C, Stivers and Mrs, Mildred j Dawson spent Sunday in Hot' Springs. Howard Harrell of Little Rock was the weekend, guest of his sis- tors, Mrs. J, C, Stegar and Mrs. R. S. Hamilton and Mr, Hamilton, Friends of J. D'. Hines \vill <be glad to know he h,as returned home after being" a patient in Cora Don* nell Hospital. HOME OF BETTER VALUES - PIECE GOODS SALE - "Fruit of the Loom" FABRICS • Reg. 49c value • Sanforized • Assorted Colors and Fabrics • Li'mited Supply Yds. 1.00 DAN RIVER FABRICS • Wash 'N Wear • Pampered Cottons • Sanforized • Reg. 79c Value 3 Y* 2.00 BOYS' 100Z. DENfM JEANS • Sanforized • Sizes 2 to 12 Reg | 1.79 Value Children's Cotton . PANTIES Sizes 2 to 8 For 1.00 BIRDSEYE, DIAPERS 27x27 — 2.29'Val. * lv/7 Doz, LADIES BAN-LON SWEATERS • 1'00% ORLON • Asst. Styles 5,98-6.98 Values gviofi Luife Box, beowl...' for -Dips,. •-^^j-.« >-' - ^ -j^'fj ^r« ?vV '^, Moore Bro Serving You Since 1896 DIAL 7-4431 — WE DELIVER SWIFT'S FRESH Fryers MOORE BROS. Fat Hens MOORE BROS HALF or WHOLE Cured Hams No Center Removed SKINLESS TRAY-PACKED SLICED GOOD LEAN DRY ALL MEAT SUN VALLEY 100% PURE GROUND GENUINE tall Liver FRESH !b BY THE PIECE -i Ji' PURE LARD 3 Lb. Crt. 4 Lb, Crt. 8 Lb, Pail « A* 1 '•.'i' },£ ' I It 139 LARGE 2V SIZE CAN' ' u •, i • * j A-.,' ** WORTZ DELICIOUS .C:., ^ : ^ C '10* l ?l fld£

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