Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 2, 1958 · Page 11
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October 2, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 11

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MOM STAR, MOM, AIIAN1AI Meat Specials May Bring Lower Prices §y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A bewildering vnrioly of mini Specials nwnils \vookrnd fhnpprrs ih Ihn hnlinn'f siijjfrmnrUcts ami JiCighborhonrt E f o r f r y sfnrcs HoUSC\Vivt'S cnn t.nkr cnmliui. however, frum n slill lencUiy list of fresh truitp nnrl vpRotnblns. (f lamb arid frying chukin^ ni- rompatativel.V fafe. Snusagfe ineai is on Hie bargain list in some trending expected lower purrr, lot beef and pork, ft'ntun -.•• thus Week includo such I'lntstinl items as rabbits. rock Cornish gamp lietis, Long Ishitul ducklings and the like A tow stores rffor smnkr'd tinm or turkey, but old stahril.ys surh (is sirloin sfenk. e-lim-k roust, li'U Tlu- I' S. bureau of Commercial Fisheries looks for a generally Incii lincl of supplies of fresh ami frozen fish nfid shellfish this iniinlh Shell fish should be in good supply. Sfvci.il varieties of rheese are in jjonrl supply tlfW Many of Hie fnmous foreign types of cheese now aie rnnfiufncfured in this count i y under fcientifically con- tinlU-d eunclitions. KgB prices are off 2 tA 10 cent.*' i' ilnzrn in ninny places. Best bets in v< gelnble bins iire enbbiiRe. potatoes, endive, esca- pile. peppers, spinnch. totnntoes 'especially the plum type), bnis- | scls spioiils. radishes, chord rind ! the su-citlli'd cookinp, greens such I as ciillard and kale. Celery, ice i l>er« letli'ce. sweet potatoes, snap M&re Conveys Have Reached Quemoy TAfr'Ef, Formosa (Aft — "two more Nationalist supply convoys have reached Quemoy despite the. heaviest Communist bombardment ih more than a week, the Defense Ministry said today, j In addition to the sea convoys I both Monday snd Tuesday, sup- I plies were parachuted to the bc- ; sieged offshore island both days, I UIP ministry announced, j The ministry did not discloso I Hie amount of cargo deposited on the Quemoy beach or the number of ships and planes involved. bean S, eRgplant, cucumbers. squash and onions also are good buys. Bjirtletl pears join apples on tlvl i best buy list among fruits. Prunes I and Concord grapes are also good buys. l Magazines Key Part of the BarberShops By HUGH A. MULLIGAN NEW YOftK (AP)—While men dally in barber chairs over main magazine! articles on fly-lieing, rhinoceros hunting and love nlon;! the lower Zambeze, their wives are at the beauty parlor digesting the insidious innards ol Ilia women's fnagax.ines. In the never-cold wat- betweert the sexes, this is like pitting iht Golden Books for children against the latest training manuals of thf Army War College. The men's periodicals are (IT escape and relaxation ths women's for deadly serious strategy and ultimate conquest. What chance doos a full-pago picture puiiout 6f ABitiS have against a whole fchalahif of morally indignant cierfyrhefi, W* chiatrists and ffiafrHagg cbofts'e* lors armed lo lie t£fefh With handy hints 6ft ho'\fr to keep Ihe male animal al bay, bring him to heel and keep' him frofri scateh* ing the furniture? "Are women behind politicals ly?" "How to talk to husband*." "Faced \vilh infidelity, what esrt the \\ise wife do?" "Handling at coholic husbands.' "Cart this fhar- rl'ise be saved?" "84 ways' to make your fhafriaiic rttofe tng." Those are just a few article titles culled from recent issltds of arsenals of fefnintne aggfesstdri. By comparison, the man's magazine is as toothless as a lion on the library laWH, The inflamalory fodder fed female readers almost invariably starts with the premise that her husband is at heart a harmless, oaf, liveti 16 sfied'dlrif air and barking too loud, who can fo£ gUfftedl find frWhbed", taufht a few tflfikS, bill hlVer will emerge Jiirt- !6f ffihd ehampioft. The *hol* idea Is lot lh§ JUffefifif S]p6us6 If* Icai-fi to live with ffie lout, he's be6ri taufht to 6fay> hit tef, fef «oufse\ J.,, B fHghteniftl thing is that al- rfldst ftli these articles are written by Weft In "84 Ways td make ymif fndi*' Hage rriofS e*e"tUfijf." Medall's this month gives the results of n martitai brain slofrriing session presiding oVef by a ffiafi, Wtiliafn PleUthhef, a vifie president it Bat* ten, Barton, Durstihe & Osborn. Here, as Mirribef itt the article, are some suggestions for husbands: i. Kiss the back of your wife's heck ohco a day, 2. Don't always think, you have to keep your chin up. Cry a little—she'll love mothering you. 18. <3i-oW a beard. 19. LeaVe a party when your wife \vahts to, within an or So. Any guy who goes around with & beard, trying, and kissing his wife's neck is bound to get shut off long before the hour is up at any party I've ever been to. Someday 1 hope McCall's or some other female magazine gels around to asking my old infantry .first sergeant to pen them a thirtk- ptece He always began target Practice sessions with the admoni lien; "Men, treat these rifles as you would your wife. Wipe 'em off with an oily rag every morning. That Sort of wisdom ought lo tilt the odds back in our direction a little. News BHef$ SiRSMERt-tAVEN, \Gcrmniiy (AP) — Five hundred screamint youngsters turned out today to greet Elvis Presley — but the Army kept them well separated. Presley, ah Arrhy pfiVate, wll one of 1,300 Soldiers arriving *>S the troopship General Kancta 11 . U. S. military police and Ggf« man police kept order arhorig the kids - mostly girls about IS of W Presley, 23-year-old rock « roll singer, was about the lOOlti ffiaR off the ship and he was whisked quickly into a wailing trotf Iraih, VATICAN ClfV ican has forbidden Use of graphs, radios and other fcal or automatic musical mehts in services of the RorfiaH Catholic Church. Motion pictures, whether silent or spoken, may hot be shoWH ii»' side churches. Loud-speakers ale permitted. The population of tttah has climber to 858,000, says the MtaH Economic and Business fleWBW. This is a gain of 109,000 since the 1950 census. AA V£ SK( / 9 X/<* * MANY! MANY! FABULOUS DOLLAR DAY BUYS GREEN SAXET PORK & BEANS Perfect for baking No. 300 cans Dog Food Baby Food Dog Food Dollar Days.Special! 3 Dole Pineapple Chunks S' n J Kroger Asparagus G^ No - 300Gan Kroger Peanut Butter }\-o*,j™ Kroger Vac Pac Peanuts 7 cans z Vets 1 !b. cam Gerbers Strained Fruits, Vegetablei Headstart 1 Ib. cam fiH Big DoHar Buy»l 8 f ° r Alma Irish Potatoes Kroger Spinach Avondale Peas AVONDALB PEACHES Sliced or Halves No. 2'/r Can* Fruit Cocktail Pineapple Beefaroni t Dollar Days Valu«l for Alma Black^ye Peas Alma Purple Hull Peas Alma Crowder Peas Alma Creme Peas Kroger 303 Cam Dole Crushed 1 5'/a-oz. Cam COLORADO RED McCLURE Kroger Pork & Beans ^&^^^^^^^^^^^ f 53 *2 ^^4^5^^^^^^^^^^^^^ '^^^ ^tto^w^hfiZ^ ^w v-fcPj-v i?-?™*fe4gaygL, L M 4 » .-•, ^ ^^i^.^ljfX -?^JJ *»\^i^Jv^^ivn<»ri'%>^V''^***"^ *' *'< "'^ T / ~- v "^ *v*-•--*"•»'^- *-v>^^V' > *^ A ^^,'«V'*'^"*^v ->»*•****' • w ^^*^i'•{^ t ^»;^^ ^ .,. r t*-tv u Vt- *> »f»*«r. <,>!*•»*>•* ^'^ »••*•'** ^* f tr r t 25 Ib, Bag, U, S, No. 1 POTATOES Texas Oranges 8 %.* DOLLAR DAYS EXTRA VALUES * * *•} Kroser Small Peas 5 ° rt 'f • Royalty Pineapple 6 Swansof t Tissue ffi 9 Rol!l Instant Coffee 303 Can* v 303 Cans SHOP CHILDS DURING DOLLAR DAYS AND SAVEI SAVE! SAVEI EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON STATE RED DELICIOUS' I* APP'LES;—T- 19c FANCY YELLOW ONIONS 2 N» 15e $ft&£ ',•>•. .•*>. >* ;j K j( U(i ji 1 '^; i l A&ifn, Pillsbury LOAF WHITS CAKE MIXES CHpCOUTI YEUCW «•»» filljbury fronting Mix , , 2 for 29s <$ X-TRA TRIM CHOICE QUALITY HEAVY M^ 1 mf" pP Trim Hwvy Beef Cholse Qyglity Ste^k^ '-.Beef .Choice ^Her$ i$ beef ,« X-Tra Trim Heavy Be«f C* I * Sirtein KJrs Trim H§9Yy .Lbi Foprf DOLLAR DAYS SPECIALS! Yeur C|ioict. t, 4 for f! §ww> Bfpc'poli Spears Ch@@§§ links i@@s@ 21 X«Trg Trim Arm- m*#mi*w-

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