Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 16, 1958 · Page 4
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October 16, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

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Fdttf Bros Serving You Since 1896 DIAL 7-4431 WE DELIVER THEY SAID IT COULDN'T BE DONE U.S.D.A. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED CHOICE CUTS Rib Steaks SWIFT'S PREMIUM EXTRA GOOD PRICE FRESH DRESSED GOOD and FAT 100% PURE PORK S K\adc In Our Store v GOOD LEAN DRY HALF or WHOLE SMOKED No Confer Removed SUN VALLEY COLORED HEAVY'SMOKED SLAB By The Piece OLD FASHION HOOP Cheddar Cheese GLADIOLA CAN T>1 ! ^' EXTRA SPECIAL SCOTT'S WALDORF Vitif £*Bif* TISSUE Rolls FULL 1 POUND BOX Wortz Crackers $•$ "?-«v-t m m .CANS CUPAHY Into Beans ib HOP I lfA-R,---N6-Mt A«imil£l Prescott News PfA Ha* Meeting The October fitrc*"llng of the t-dtt Klemenlary PTA was held on Thursday afternoon in the now school building. Mrs. 1?. D. House, president, nnd I'll arse of the meeting. Rev. J. It. Hobfrlson voiced the opening (truy* i-r. The mihulcs were read by the src'iTt.'iry, Mrs. Wnlsrm Buchanan nnd Mrs. Aubry Anderson gave the treasurers report The presidents message was read by Mrs. I 5 . A. Escarrc. The executive board minutes were read bv Mrs. Buchanan after which the following committee chairman reports were given: Mrs. Bill Oales reported Mrs. Dildys' 7tli grade and Mrs. Oreer's 2nd grade won the room pri/.es in the membership drive; Mrs. Alfred DeUlnck reported on the PTA nuu'azine and Mrs. J. R- Bcrnis gave a report from the legislation committee asking everyone to attend the meeting of the committee when il is called. Upon recommendation, it was voted to divide the biilldinK Into the south and north wins and give room pri/.os for each wing and incorporate the recommendation into the constitution. Mrs Escarre announced thu PTA dinner to be given Thursday. Oct. It) by the Jr.-Sr. PTA at the high school cafeteria. Mrs. Floyd Hubbard announced American Education Week would be Nov. 0-15. Mrs. Rouse thanked the float committee and especially Al Daniel and n.'ilph Gordon. M'rs. D, L. MoRae Jr., program chairman, intrduced the students . from the 7th grade who sang sev- ! ei'nl songs. She also introduced Miss Amy Jean Green, associate professor of education fit HSTC, who spoke on Act JO, the, 3'i sales tax. In the room count winners were the south wing, Mrs. Hart's -Hli ; made and in the north wing. Mrs. I Gann's 7th grade- Mifito McC.il! of Tales Bluff xvorc the weekend HiieslS of Or. and Mrs. ttarland Milton and John MeOill in Kayetteville and attend* cd the Ark-Hlce football gamo. Mr. and M'rs. Coy Dcwoody were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. karl Haynie in Cainden. MM. H. fi. fi<*»s 3ufc<Jay.*ef,* Mf thd MH. Johfi GfflfiK arch, MM. Mfl CfM*. V. MM. Alfred Marian MM. _ Cox and MM. Helen Stuart of Ufig View, Texas ahd iMfs. Karl Kiteh' en of Nacadoches, La. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jinrl spent Sunday in TcJtai'knha. Mr and Mrs. Bill Yahcty attd Carla ot Tyler, Texas spent the weekend with Mr, and Mrs. Jim Yanccy and Mrs, F*ayd ihgfatn. Mr and Mrs. Albert ttedfern visited Mrs. Ashley Dcmoody who) is a patient in a Camden hospital Sunday. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. h. P. t)avis and Mrs. Clarke White were Mr. and Mrs. Wliit Davis of Jacksonville. Mrs. Dawson Henry and Mrs. Ernest Wynn visited in Camden on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bemis had as their weekend guests, Jimmy Bemis and Miss Nadra Ray of Little ttock. Mrs. Fred Bolls and Debbie accompanied Charles Bolls and Dcr- roll Andrews, students nl Draughon's College, to Little Rock Sunday where they will spend the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Bolls. Mrs. C. H. Tomhpkins accompanied Mrs. Dick Watkins of Hope Mrs. J. J. Battle of 'Fulton and Mrs. C. A. Haynes of Washington to Arkadelphia Friday where they attended the fall luncheon meeting of the Daughters of the American Colonists in the home of Mrs. R. C. Huic Jr. Guests in the home of Mr. and N«w MCCULLOCH D36 Here's a prof ess!onal-qu»htjr chain saw you can depend on, The new McCttUoch t D36 t tough, powerful, Weighs only 17 pounds with power to CHECH OUR LOW PRICE, $179.95 • Automatic tiling I, • Easy terms • High tridi-int Come in for a demonstration) Leo's Garage HOPE, ARKANSAS Mrs. Homer Ward Entertains Canasta Club 1 Members of the 1050 Canastn I Club were entertained Friday afternoon by Mrs. Homer Ward at | hi-r home. A lovely arrangement ' of hydrangeas adorned the living mom mantel and a toowl of Guernsey lilies graced the coffee table. The dining table was centered with an arrangement of mangolds. High score honore were won by Mrs. .Tim Yanccy. A tasteful salad and dessert course was served to .guests Mrs. Clyde Marsh. Mrs. Fred Powell, Mrs. Wrcnn Scott and members Mrs. C. G Gordon. Mrs, A. W. Hudson, Mrs. J. V. Fore and Mrs. Imon Gee. PTA Study Course"- < The Cirst study course of the year of the Junior - Senior PTA was hold Thursday afternoon at the Home Economics Cottage. j MVs. Edward Bryson had charge of thu study, on '"Knowing Our Youth" and introduced Miss Frances Thrasher, vocational guidance director, who gave a report on a poll taken on how well the Pros- colt youth had adjusted to family school and social life. The next meeting wil be held on Out, 23 at the J-Iomo EC Cotta'ge. Cookies and cold drinks were served to the 13 present. Mrs, Frank Anderson, journalism instructor at Pcescolt High School and 13 of her pupils attended the district meeting of the Arkansas Hihg School Press Assn, in Magnolia Friday. Attended were Murray Sullivan, John Ed Moore, Betty ilendrix, Norma GrU'forcl, Kay Young, Glcnda Bullock, Marion' Buchanan, Lpra Jiaynic, Jane Kitchen, Susie Hooks, Pat HaUom, Brencia Wilson and Ncldu 'Me- Brayer. Mr. nnd Mrs. J, A' Cole and An Important Message From Governor Orval E. Faubus "WHY WE MUST RETAIN THE 3% SALES TAX" TONIGHT -7:00 P.M. KARK-TV - KATV - KTHV KNAC-TV (Ft. Smith) KRBB-TV (El Dorado) KCMC-TV (Texarkana) WHBQ (Memphis) 86TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 5 PC. Maple Pinett?, Sprvio? for 6 dlsh?§, Plage less st??l MQNTGQMIRY.WARB '_- ' ^^_ \ ^^, ~^m^£ ^^ H _^.' 'B^^M 'AT THE 2ND & MAIN ST. OPEN F_RI,V SAT. ONLY NON- RUN SEAMLESS Hosiery , , , - fa . siaWJMeirl.fifl.itf " 'brand! 1 B te . lJy In ,' Ist' . 40Q Needle--15 0 Psnier LQS§Micr9'M§§h. 8j FLANNEL GOWN: 34 to 44 §Q 'YARP PETTICOAT FALL MILLINERY BALANCED Bit I Hi GIHL IF/ 1 ' •, _'ff',**5m r(*^*W'\T/l ST^*"* ' ': « ' J -£i-»OC ^9 .»^fi%r ," 3, J H {i ' „, t alZSi £&.*1MB£ .°. ' V' ^.Je. Prices Good Friday and Saturday at Barry's Grocery and Barry's Quick Sak ~~~^ DON'T FORGET OUR BIG LIBBYSCAN FOOD SALE THIS WEEK END! QUALITY MEATS AT BARRY'S PICNICS SHANKLESS NEWHOFFS TOP GRADE SLICED TRAY PACKED BACON BABY BEEF RIB 59c - SIRLOIN 69 Lb. PORK CHOPS PORK ROAST GOOD LEAN NICE LEAN Lb. Lb. 59c 55c ALL MEAT MIX SAUSAGE 4u».1.00 CELLO BAG WEINERS 3 Bag 89C FRYERS FRESH DRESSED GRADE A Lb. 29c FARM FRESH PRODUCE CRISP — FRESH — GOOD FOR STUFFING BELL PEPPERS ^ FRESH AND GREEN-^ EXTRA SPECIAL CABBAGE U. S. NO. 1 RED Lb. Lb 3c CELLO BAG Only FRESH TURNIP GREENS Bchs. 25c FRESH OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES I 25c IN OUR GROCERY DEPT, MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Lb, 79c SUN VALLEY 15c 1 Gal, JLI For MRS, TUCKERS .»'&?? '-^jf*,:,-,c(: mm»F:-?$^&mB£8m f mw

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