Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 2, 1958 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 2, 1958
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BARGAINS PRICES GOODFRIDAY and SATURDAY 60DCHAUX 10 u.. 99 C !4 LB, STICKS — SUN VALLEY ^^vl E?<*%k H/LEO Lb, ^^B^^^ MwK BPB ^33?^ 3 Do *' 1* BELLE MEADE THIN Lb. I CItfB 2 f V 25 us 1.69 LI, 13c Lbs. MOP and BROOM SALE £3,1.35 FOLGERS 10 Cons Market Basket Pinlo Beans 89c Great Northern .. . 89c Beans 89c FARM FRESH PRODUCE RED , Lbs. GREEN AGE Lb. ;,NICEN' CRISP ARKANSAS MAID MEATS 'All Meat Lb. Pkg, RIB or BRISKET 3 *' 1 .SO «NE_UHOFF'S PRFFERRED CURED J HALF or i WHOLE Lb, FRYERS P : il <fe' <3#&DE - Ne limit CUPAHY PURITAN PICNICS 4 te$ Ib, A*g. BRY SALT j^'**?;' , 0d6Lcf 2,1958 Ike, Nixon Differ on Election Prosi- Pl-l'.il- ith'rts n Cnii- By JACK BEL L WASHINGTON (.APi tlcnl Kist-m own i'.nd Vice ''('ill Nixon have til nn ho\v to elect a fir; lilf'SK. I'.i.senhowcr tnlci his Mews conference Wednesday ii .-ill the teu- i.«lered Hepublicons went out it) Vote there would be do troubl': nljoui electing GUI' candidates He mentioned Maine, a normally xtiu is ram-paining in Call- roinin, where piirty registrations the Democrats a V-.j advan- Me hiis been calling on Dem* to forget piirty lines nn.l support Republic i\i\s in order '.o continue what lie call;-, the bent six , :'.irs ,n the country's history, j 1'olitical slr-.itegists Said Nixon's ' tactics ol trying ti. enlist Uemo-1 ciatic support appears more real-I istic in view of pm-ty r.^Kislratlnn' .stienfjlh in California and sevcrnJ otln r vital slates. HeRisleretl .Democrats outnitin- hfi-ecl Hepublican.*; by iibmil 01)11.000 in Californld in mMi and havi- been topping Hejuiljlk-ans .)-/ in new rnKistrntions since then. iiomslratii'iiK are seldom a de- cirhni; faclnr in eleetions. as Cnli- lornians proved by rolling Lip n OOD.'OOO margin far Elsonluiwor two -—- a<!0 In last rtionlli's Plains eipcfioh. Which Eisenhower filed as a 5pr» cific fxample Democratic Gov. | Edmund S. Muskie pulled 172.704 j votes tn 1! 1.522 fillri led by GOt* I Sen l-'rednrick fi F'ayne in iho i senntonal IT'OC . Since Hi.jfi fi};iii,. s showed 250.73-4 Republicans nt.d 103.410 Democrat 5. the snppoKiiK/n was that J. Mie:it many Hi loiblicnns nlvi : went to the polls in Maine didn't Vole that party's Lrkrt when tlu\v (Jo there. Jf the balloting ticrid should follow registration lines in next .month's cleel.ons. Republicans might be In Irophlo in slatc-s such as New York, Arixmin. Pelawai'•. New Mexico. Nevada. Maryland and West Virginia All of Uie.-f have Senate se;its at sliiUe and in Democratic refjistrn- it ripped that of the Most of the Notion Has Cold Air !| WASHINGTON (APt ~ the 11 Weather Bureau forecast lodny j below normal lernjjerntifres for most of (he imtioh ensl of the ! j C'ontinehtiil Divide during the next) :«) days. It sp.id exceptions would be rioi-' mal tctnpefaUiros in New iStig. 'and and in xouih Allf.ntic Coaslul I states. Above normal tempera^ ' ttircs on the West Coast were in» 1 nicatcd. The bureau's 30-day outlook: "The Wualhof Bureaus SO-d.iy nilloolt for October calls Tor teni- hold of Pennsylvania where n new senator wil be elected Democrat have shown a recent I'usurgo. Tlio fit)! 3 led by about ADli.fHIO re«i<- trntlons in tlu> slate in 19. r )(! but an estimated an per cent ol new reqistrnnls this year Used thcii- party as Democratic CLOSE PROTECTION KSPANOLA. N. M. .-Pi — The city council is considering moving the police department into the city hall so the city departments will have belter protection. Police are still questioning su- pecls in connection with a recent burglary of the city hall. 'nation east of the Continental Dl. vide except for near to slightly 'above normal In New England | and along the south Allalitlr r Coast. Greatest departures arc ill' nlcuted over the Central Wains. ; Above normal temperatures are predicted for West Coast states i and near normal In the irilcN i mountain area. , "Precipitation is expected id exceed normal over the eastern third of the nation and also in the west Gulf states. Subnormal 'amounts are predicted west ol! the Continental Divide and in the Northern Plains. In unspecified areas near normal prccipitatloi is In prospect," Prices Good Friday and Saturday at Barry's Grocery and Barry's Quick Sak QUALITY MEATS AT BARRY S TRY SOME; OF OUR BEEF THIS WEEKEND — F! WE HAVE 4 TOP GRADE 4-H CLUB CALVES «* It i WEEK-END MRS. TUCKERS 3 cL ° b; 75 C ALL FLAVORS GAL. PREMIUM CRACKERS - 25c FOLGERS INSTANT COFFEE 1.02 SIRLOIN Ib. 79c ROUND ]b, ; 79c RIB.Jb. 65c CHUCK Lb ROUND BONE or RUMP Lb. 6 Oz. Jar ARKANSAS MAID — ASSORTED LUNCH MEAT Lb 59c MIX SAUSAGE 4 L b CELLO BAG WEINERS 3 o L0bg 89c BRISKET Stew Meat 3 fLQUR KRAFT LIGHT. CRUST—PILLOWCASE 25 Bag 1.89 CARMELS Ic Cans iC SPICED FARM FRESH PRODUCE and FRUITS TISSUE NORTHERN COLORED Rolls FROZEN Clover Leaf ROLLS 25c Larye Cans MARKET BASKET L HOMINY GREAT NORTHERN BEANS and PINTO BEANS 5 303 Cans GOOD RED EXTRA SPECIAL Lbs. LARGE CRISP HEADS LETTUCE Lb IQc HOME GROWN . :• OKRA Lb.' 15c FRESH-GREEN ' CABBAGE Lb. 5c YELLOW RIPE BANANAS »2W25c EXTRA NICE FIRM PRODUCE BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25< Extra Fancy Red Delicious GOOD HOME GROWN SWEET POTATOES 4 Ibs, 29c HOME GROWN — FILLIP OUT GOOD BUTTER BEANS 2 Ibs. 35c MEAL QUALITY DIXIE CREAM COFFEE FOLGERS Lb, Can, Doz, iATTHE BEST MEAT IN TOWN — Wl GOT IT DECKERS TRAY-PACK 2 Ibs, 1.09 Ub, SUN YA,U|Y 211)2.39c 5MALI CURED Ib, 53c FAB ING POWDER 3 . Large Box 1 9c CO' ACEKRS u,B«25c RATH'S.PURE LARD MORTON'S SALAD ' ' DRESSING 8 Lb. 1 AQ Bucket I, ^'V .' -Q.. 39c Seedless Qrgpe Jam/ Apple and Grope Jaliy, Pick rfiern land mixiliem, WE FEED THE PARKINS METER EOB YOU URGE 20 OZ. •TUMBLRR5', ,,, ,, , IN-PJUOW CASE §A6 4 NQ 6IAN5 ~ 303 SAN §'.'--

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