Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 6, 1958 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 6, 1958
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ThimtJay, Notembep A, 19S§ HOM. STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS DEL MONTE F RIDAYond SATURDAY Don't Pail to Shop Our Big Del Monte Sale Thj§ Week End, Jf's a BigjOne HOME CENTER VALUES 2 — 69c IPANA TOOTHPASTE 1299* RUB ALCOHOL Buy One at Reg Price Get Another for 1e MRS, TUCKERS SHORTENING 8 EGGS 3 D " 1.17 PUFFIN — BISQUICK BISCUITS Can GODCHAUX SUGAR 10 Lbs. FOLGERS Lb. FULL CREAM or WHITE GOOSE FLOUR 25 Lbs. Bordens Mellbrine SUN VALLEY OLEO Solids Lb. . Sticks Lb. FARM FRESH PRODUCE NICE N'CRISP LETTUCE Lb. CABBAGE Lb. TEXAS ORANGES 5 Lb. Bag FROZEN FOODS STRAWBERRIES lOOz. Pkg. FROSTY ACRES POT PIES TURKEY ^- BEEF CHICKEN — TUNA 8 Gpod -N- Lean "ib, Lb. U, S, D,;A, HEAVY GRADf ' H.*rx»'" -'• No limir I RATH'S GIDAR FARM THICK SUCEP S3,",* ARMED FORCES OVERSEAS'; MAIL ORDINARY PARCi.lS BETWEEN NOV.1 & NOV. 20 BEFORE oecEfvmeR 10 C.I. CHRISTMAS—To make sure that servicemen overseas rccelv.e their packages from home in time for the holidays, now is the time to get them in the mail, advises the Post Oflko DC- partirtent. Postefabove will be in local stations as a reminder. Prescott Hews Prescott Council of Garden Clubs Meets Prescolt Council of Garden Clubs met on Friday morning at 10 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Watson White Jr., a member" of the Prescott Garden .Club. Mrs. Jesse 'Porter, president, presided at the meeting. It was announced that Mrs. R. D, Sanford state chairman of landscaping design is being sponsored by the council and will give lectures on Nov. 14, the place to be announced later. Mrs. .Porter asked that all the Garden Clulbs cooperate with civic organizations. Coffee and donuts were served by the hostess. WSCS Observes Week of Prayer and Self Denial WSCS of First Methodist Church met on Friday afternoon at the church to observe Week of Prayer and Self Denial for Home and Foreign Missions. Mrs, Alfred De Black had charge of the program on the theme "To Tell To All The World That God Is Light" thaC was opened with the, song f^O^ Zion Haste." M'rs, DSBlack 1 gave the' worship and meditation. Mrs. Wayne Eley told of "The Bolivia Project" Mrs, •W. 'R. Hambright "The Cuba Project" and Mrs. J, B. Hesterly "The Mexico Project." Mrs. P. A. Es- c'arre spoke on "Our Deacons Pension." after which an offering was received. The meeting closed with the song "We'v6 A Story To Tell To The Nations." Mrs, De Black olferecl the closing prayer. Mrs, Hambright was pianist. Marita Jane B e mis Celebrates Birthday Mtirita Jane Bcmis celebrated her ninth birthday with a supper and bunking party .given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Bemis at their home on Friday night, 'Mania and the guests, Pam Robertson, Glonda Roe, Phoebe Johnson, Mary Jane Erskine and Susan Ward, participated in the "Trick or Treat for UNIOEF" after which they went to the Bemis home ior supper, The living room was covered with skeltons and 9 witches house was placed at the fire placp. In the dining room witches and owls hung in the windows, The supper table was spread with an orange cloth decorated with witches, a jacko' lantern formed the centerpiece, After supper the girls enjoyed going out for trick or treat. WMU Has B,yssiness Meeting The WMU of the First Baptist Church met IVfotiday afternoon at tjio church for a business rqeeting. 3V{rs- A. R .Underwood, president, presided. The meeting was opened \vi\h the song "Near The Cross." Mrs, J, T. McRje gave IJje devotional based on "I Give Thanks," Mrs, Roy 'staintori followed with prayer, The secretary und treasurers report was given and approved. Other ,, committee chairmen reports wore .given. JMrs. Underwood gaye the aims and. the advancement and how the goals should fljo reaghed, Mrs, C. E. Wfl- rnoro dismissed with prayer, RJf. and MA'S. Rpland Gulp of Dos Arc spent the .weekend with her parents, MJ-, anqi tytys. Frep- rnan Ljgyj, r. and, Mrs, Gerald Goff and chikU'en of Tex?r;ka,n.a spent Sun> day with his mother/ Mrs, yjvJ QoJt ancj M»'«- U It- Mitql^U spent (.he \vepKond in Mt, Ple^nt with Ml'- qpcl Mrs. p,- 4. sqn w)d, nUpnjJeiJ. th§' > wad-, ing ef ihieii 1 n\$wl j&j'sk ^Javy fcyy ,U> Chai'les Sumn^gr/ the Texarkana Wholesale Florist in Texarkana Sunday. Mrs, J. R. Shipp also attended the open houses.' Johnny nines, Ouachita College student, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr .and Mrs, Harrcll Hlnes. Miss Berva Hitt, M'rs. Norvelle Wren, Mrs. J. W. Barham and Mrs. George Cox Jr. motored to Little Rock Sunday and saw the show "South Pacific." Decision in Nebraska Is Undecided WAsHlNdfON tAP) - Unless Ihoif shnkj' iilhr-fttrt in ftebrnskn comes unstuck in nH nbsentec bwl* lot count, fiismoci'flls will hold 34 of the coiihlt-y's 48 governorships. Even if boitiact-at Ralph Ot. tirooks loses in Nebraska's official cnnvass, liis parts' has seized pos* session ol more stnie houses than it has held in 20 years, tn 1U38 Demoei'nts held 3d. Brooks, a BU-year-old schoolman, iiifiy have to wait until the slate's Nov. 14 deadline for the Uilly which tells whether he unseated Hcpublienn Clov. Victor E. Anderson in Tuesday's election. Mis unofficial margin of 3,202 votes, less than I per cent of the otal, could be wiped out by the check of around 10,0(10 moil bnl- lots. If it holds up, Tuesday's Democratic sweep capltifcd nine llcpub- niblican - held governorships. The Jemocrals lost four states to He* nibJicnfis and stand to show a not tain of five. In most other slates where the otlhg was close, Democratic margins Widened as tho late reports •oiled In. Oregon went the other, way, ousting Democratic Gov, tobcrl D. Holmes in favor of Ho? nibllcan Mark Hnlliuld. But in Wyoming, New Mexico uicl South Dakota the Democrats Inishctl strong. 'Democratic upsets ,'ave Joseph J. Mickey thu nod over Wyoming's Republican Gov, Milward L. Simpson. John Bur- •oughs won over Now Mexico',* Republican Gov. Edwin L, Meeh- cm, and Ralph Herseth defeated Republican Phil Saunclers in South .Dakota. Summing up, the Democrats elected .25 governors (counting Jrooks), the Republicans 8. The Democrats had 9 holdover govcr- lors, the Republicans 0, Totals, democrats 34, Republicans 14. 'Mr. and Mrs..Eugene Reichs.tadt have returned to Inez, Texas after a visit with Mrs. Clarke .While and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred :E. Smith Ifl and children, Irene Royslon and Randolph Hamby of . Baton Rouge, La, were weekend guests o| her parents, Mr. and Mrs. : .R, P. Hamby. On Saturday night-Mr, and Mrs. Smith 'attended the. 20th reunion of the HSTC graduation class of which Mrs. Smith was SNACK SNATCHERS TOLEDO, Ohio (/P)—Between acts of a TV, play, Archie Spnckey and his family made trips to the kitchen for snacks. Between commercials, •a thief sneaked through the back door and took $8 from a purse and a bottle of beer from the refrigerator. I vice president. P. A. Escarc Jr. of Dallas spent the weekend with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. P. A. Escarro. (Miss Frances O'Rourke of Dallas visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill O''Rounke during the weekend. ,, .* For Safety — - For Silence — We Install International Parts Mufflers • All Welded Construction • "Silikofe" Protection • Guaranteed for Life of Car • No Installation Charge —" ^ Wylie Glass & Salvage Co. Hwy. 67 West Hope, Ark. Phone 7-2786 Serving You Since 1896 DIAL 7-4431 WE DELIVER Specials To Go With Our Del-Monte Sale SWIFT'S FRESH GOOD and FRESH FRESH DRESSED Hens EXTRA NIGS HALF <?r WHOU CURID NO CiNTiR Ib §V/1FT§ PRfMJUM NEW tow PRICE C ONLY WMWCU5 I/!) 1 "' '-i^Wfi '" *M«>| A";'-'. '-<••»..";' -. . / DOLLAR DAYS 3 BIG DAYS FRI. - SAT. - MON. Ladles New Collon DRESSES " Values lo 6.95 5.00 'Speciaf—i Ladies CAR COATS -10.95 lo 14.9-5 values 10.00 Men's Nylon Stretch SOCKS Reg. 98c Value 3 P , 1.00 All Sizes Men's VESTS •Reg. 59c Value For v> * - , Heavy Brown , SHEETSNG 40 inches wide Yds. 1 Fir^l Quality Don 5 • • River PillowCases Reg. 79c Value 2 1 I For S.< Speqialf. Dan River SHEETS Reg..2,39 Value 1 99 Men's Chambray Work SHIRTS Heavy Blue —. 1.69 Vol. l.i ,, 1 Group Ladies TOPPERS Values to 12,99 10.00 Uadie§ 100% All Wool COATS Worth up to $29,95, 15.00 . DRESSiS Reg. 7.95 toS.9§VQ)ue 7,00 Ladids Rayon PANTIES Reg, 59c Values 4 *. 1,00 Ladles XXX 98c PANTIES 2 >, 1,00 Boy's 25c-35c Sport SOCKS 100 Pr, 1.69 Feather PILLOWS 1.00 , Cotton Piece GOODS Values to 79c Yard 3 Yard 1.00 " ^- 1.49 Sofa PILLOWS 1.00 Chambrays PRINTS Values to 35c yard 4 Yords 1.00 Fancy Col ton Materials 79c to 98c,Value; 2 Yards 1.00 >59c Big Cqnnon TOWELS 3 For 1.00 , Nylon and Plastic CURTAINS PANELS 1.00 <?n'§ 69<; Broadgloth SHORTS For 1.00 Men's Heqyy Lin^a Sweatshirt? 1,00 _*rt »*v; Beys 1.39 flannel'TIII Sport Shirts f 1.00 f 1,39 Plaid Sheet ".. BLANKETS 2 For 2.50 1.39 White Quilting \ COTTON 1.00 Darlcand Light Striped >, j| OUTING .Reg. 39c Value ' Yard 1,00 M ' YU .„... >-.1 5.95 PlaytexJ^'Vd GIRDLES a * Close Out at'-rr-^* ','41 • s.oO'iiss- 1 »i First Quality. Birdse^l ,^ DIAPERSS Big ^ Reg,-1 9.95 Bath Room;; Throw Rugs 1.00 ir 1.95. Ironing-Board''"j.'^l &C i.oo Men's }5c $AVING$ Ladies Plastic' i\ Rain Coats i| Reg. 3:50 Value 2.00 49c Heavy Cotton Sack Duck 3 Yards Ij Lqdjes 9'8c-Nylon ; HOSE 2 R, 1.00

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