Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 9, 1958 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 9, 1958
Page 8
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Moore Bros. Serving You Since 1896 DIAL 7-4431 WE DELIVER OUR SPECIALTY FRESH ers FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER 100% PURE PORK SUN VALLEY HEAVY SMOKED aeon FRESH DRESSED GOOD and FRESH SWIFT PREMIUM Sliced Bacon NO LIMIT BY THE PIECE ALL MEAT MIXED DELICIOUS SKINLESS HALF OR WHOLE Cured Hams NO CENTER CUT REMOVED GOOD LEAN DRY 10 POUND SACK NO, OiD FASHION CHEPDAR HOM STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS School Leaders C~onllfiued froffi Page OfiS cnnnol bo held in public School buildings. Pupils of Clinton's bombed high FChool woi-o tokl to lesumd full- scale, racially integrated classes today ill a vncant grade school building. Throe dynnmile hirsts Sunday ciiusod nh estimated 4300,000 darrl* ago to the building. Four Anderson Cmuity School Bonrd officials conferred with two While House aides ntid If. S. Ldu> cntion Commissioner LnwrettM Dei-thick on the posibility pi ob< lainitig direct federal aid ifi rebuilding the Clinton school /• Dot-thick sidestepped the Isstia by snytng a survey will be madi* to dctecrinlne whether new rurtflfl can be provided under a federal aid plnn. The liUcgrntinn struggle was brought up Wednesday in two resolutions at the Episcopal Church's Irlonnlnt general convention ia Miami. One defends segregation, as being within the realm o£ Christian beliefs. Action on the rusolu- lions will come liilur. American colleges and universities are in process of building 172 new physics buildings at a cost of more than 240 million dollars. Cotton Queen fo j<2 Named Tonight BLYTttEVlLLE, Ark. Queen of the 19th anhual National CJolloh Picking Conlest will be Hafticd here tonight. Eighteen giils rcpiesentlhg cities in Arkansas, Missouri and ferities- see are trying fo rlhe title. They will be judged in balhing suits and evening gowns. The winner, succeeding Ann Lip- gey of Whilehaveh, Tom., last year's queen, will reign over tito picking contest tomorrow morning ntid the grand cotton ball tomorrow night. She also will receive a $500 cotton wardrobe. The contestants include Glcildn McWilliams of Manila, Naney Coward of Little Hock, Sarah Kay Burns of CaruthersviUc, Mo., Sara Blanche Wyall of West Memphis, Qunnita Wright of Earle, Joyce Oorham of joncsboro, Sandra Brown of Fort Smith, Bert Chapman of Memphis, Sonja Bailey ot Memphis, Marion Lavcrnc Beck' ham of Osccola, Margaret Ferris of Blylheville, Anita Wilks of Ca- rulhersville, Patricia Lea Roy- buck of CaruthersviUc, Kathleen Kobbs of Batesville, Bonnie Bunkley of Whitchavcn, Tcnn., Kay c- Mllliin of Kcnnctt, Mo., Alice Faye Stephens of Blylheville and Judy Felts of Joiner. Freshmen to Play SMU at Tcxarkana TtcXAitRANA fAP) — Ai-katisas Talont-ladcn fj-eslifnon meet th<2ir fhst game test here tohight a)g.a mat Southern Mjpfihodisl's Colts. the Shoals, With half fl dozlcfi' high school All-Americahs in the lineup, are favored to make it tW6 in a row over the SMU fresh. Coach Steed White can field a starling lino averaging 200 pounds per man—eight pounds hlghei' than the line average of the Rti' zorback varsity. The backlicld talent is such that While will choose between two Brookhaveh. Miss., and Bfltcd flit* lerton of Little Rock—tor a left halfback. Sonny Holmes, the hifihljMottlad Forrest City running and passing star, will open at ssuarterback. Ronnie Sards, Toxarkuna's triple- threat tailback, at right half and Norman Rcvis of Santa Barbara, Calif., rodnd out Ihc backficld, Line starters will be Brent Sin* all of Pine Bluff nl left end, Ear) McPike of Washakie, Wyo,, at Jol't tackle, Kenneth Saylc of Memphis at left guard, Jerry Lineberger of Tcxarkana at center. ALL FLAVORS Cream MAXWELL HOUSE FOLGERS and MARYLAND CLUB COFFEE Lb. Con 79c MAYFIELD CORN 2 25'- Lbs. CHILI CON CARNEY',, 3 - 1.00 PREMIUM (RACEKRS 25c 1 Lb. Box BREAST-0-CHICKEN TUNA FISH 3 — 89c PET & CARNATION MILK 3 - 44c FAB WASHING POWDER Large Box 25c ASSORTED JELLO 3 E " 25c SNOWDRIFT 3 Frosty Acres Meat PIES Chicken & Turkey PIES hicken & Turk 2 F - 45c PRODUCE DEPT, EXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS GOLDEN • 3 Ibs, 29c NEW CROP RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT each lOc GOLDEN YELLOW GOOD & TENDER ear Sc REP NO. 1 POTATOES 10 ft 33c CABBA6E 2 - 9' GREEN 0 BOY ... POOD STEAKS to 6 POUND AVERAGE BABY PiiF STEAK' Ib. 69c CAGE 9 t 195S ^ LADIES SUITS All Wool $1,00 will put in Lay Away Shop Today at,., Owen's Big New Selection SPECIAL! LADIES NYLONIZED PANTIES Reg. 49c Value 4 Pr. I. SPECIAL! WHITE QUILTING COTTON 2 Lb. — 1.39 value c CHILDREN'S TRAINING PANTS Reg. 2Sc Value SPECIAL! DARK QUILTING COTTON 2 Lb. — 98c Value C SEE THE BIG NEW SELECTION fo Ladies Fall & Winter • Regular — Juniors and Half Sizes. 7.95 to 13.95 $1.00 Puts in Lay Away NEW SHIPMENT — 80 SQUARE COTTONS- FANCY GOODS ' Regular 59c Value 3 Yards 1.00 » ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT! COTTONS and POLISHED GOODS .98c to 1.29 value 2 Yards 1.00 CH1LDRENS COATS Good Selections — ShorJ & Long 5.95 TO 21:95 $1.00 Puts in Lay, Away LADIES 98c CANNON NYLON HOSE Light and Dark Shades 2 Mr 1.00 SPECIAL! TYPE 4 MEN'S ARMY Reg, 3,95 value MEN'S AND BOYS SKWT SHIRTS Hundreds Jusr Unpacked 1.98 to 3:98 UST ARRIVED — MEN'S Al-L WOOL Then •m Gcmpete the-fried] Are Free! ,

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