Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 18, 1958 · Page 6
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December 18, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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Thursday, December 18, 1958
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Pa§6 Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS , December IS* 19SS I Prices Good Friday and Saturday at Barry's Grocery and Barry's Quick Sak "f 1 Cans !• COCK OF THE WALK >HING POWDER s r 29e TOWELS GIANT SIZE ZEE SAUCE EAT MORE 303 Can BISCUITS Scans 25C OLEO VALLEY Lb. Lb. Bucket la BAKER'S ANGEL FLAKE 2 *» 37c CANDIED FOR BAKING FRUIT CAKES Lb. OLD FASHION Lb. FOLGERS or MAXWELL HOUSE GRADE A Lb. 79C EGGS LARGE Doz. 59c ORANGE SLICES OLD FASHION Lb. 25c 'ENGLISH WALNUTS LARGE 39c PECANS 35c FRESH PRODUCE DELICIOUS & WINESAP EXTRA FANCY Lb. I PTTI [(PET Head lfk Lt I 1 UVxL Fresh Crisp IUC ORANGESTexas DO ,39C COCONUTS Lb lOc TANGERINES D OZ 49c FANCY CALIFORNIA i STALK QUALITY MEATS FRESH DRESSED Lb; 33c ROAST GOOP LEAN Lb, COUNTRY STYLE LOTS OF MEAT BABY BEEF WNB 5TAR — TRAY Society Continued from Pag6 Three of the gift 'bunk. Several gifts were sent by Bursts unable to attend. Refreshments were served to It present. Loyal Ladies Class Has a Christmas Party j The Chiislrrifis party ctf (lie Lay- 1 nl Lndios Cliiss of the Hope Gospel Tabernacle was hultl Monday night in the Fellowship Hall of the' church with a turkey dinner and all the trimmings served bullet style. j The hall was decorated throughout in the Christmas rriotu featuring cirrmi'gcmuiiis of rod rn>rricd holly at vantage points ,.nd tlie tables were lovely with (.outer pieces of poinsettas, Chinese hoJcy | and red candles. ) iMi's. Homer Cubb voiced the • opening prayer and led the yroup ' in singing, "Silent Night". Miss Hazel Abram, teacher of the cliiss i presented a beautiful Christinas story entitled, "Why the Bells' Chinned . Gifis were exchanged at the conclusion of the meal by the class members a IK! a gift was presented to Miss' Abram from the class. Thirty-eight members and six visitors, Airs. Olene Spears, Mrs. Charles 'Woxlcy, Miss Beatrice Abram, Vcster iMc Hoy, Miss Lou •Sealon and .Mrs. Hennai) Sachs from iBerlcn, N. M. enjoyed the' occasion. Coming and Going Mrs. Frank Robins 111 and daughter, Lauru Ann, of Comvay are spending a lew days with Mr. and Mrs. Karl O'Neal. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luck and ! Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Hoi-ton were I among those attending the per' fortnanec of "The Messiah" at ; Oiiuchila Baptist College in Arkadelphia, Tuesday night. Mrs. Joel T. Wingficld of Antoine is visiting her daughter-in-law, Mrs, Paul Ward, this week. •Mr. and Mrs. Hinton Davis and 'Mrs. H. E. Thornton attended the '•(Evening of Christmas Music" at (Henderson: State Teachers College on 'Monday night. The program was presented toy the Madrigol Singers, and Miss Susan Davis 'is a memiber of that group. Mrs. Charles Brian! has as guests C»pt. and Mrs. A. R. Peterson of Uie Cool Waters Court in Grand Lake, Col., and Mrs. Charles Briant Who are en route to Georgia after three years in Japan. Hospital Notes i Branch Hospital Admitted: Mr, Cecil Kidd, Rt. { ]. Hope, Ark.; Mrs. A. Dougan, i Hope, Ark. I Discharged; Mr. Mike Dedick, | Steele, N. Dokalo. Memorial Hospital Admitted: Mr. Carl Gilbert, Rt. 3, Hope, Ark.; Mrs. Billie Dougan, •Washington, Ark.; Joe Daniels, Bodciiw, Ark.; Mrs. Mildred Trotter, Blevins, Ark. Discharged: Baby Kicky Rcose, Rt. 1, Hope, Ark. I Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Dougan of Washington, Ark., announce the nr- | rival of a baby boy December 18, j 1058, Stereo-Phonic Phonograph Automatic 4 speed record changer, portable Hi-Fi, Equipped to play Sterep records, $89,95 Matching Speaker , , 16.95 MONTGOMERY WARD CHRISTMAS SPECIALS You can't afford to miss. Come by and make your sp» pointment early. JANELL'S BEAUTY SHOP West Ave, B and Margaret St, Why Be , , With Less Than The Best? — » Buy A POUUN POWER SAW W, D, HUUEY Try These and YQH Went Own Any Other Opeiilvtry Diy 1.1,^ j -, -I « v l"i>B D I ~h iTa^J^afil sVl 3 j£^!if* ARE YOU ATE? WPfc STIL LOAM Owen's is your lost minute Shopping Guide Store. Gifts for Her, for Him, for the Kiddies and for the Home. Fine, useable gifts, wearable gifts at your Christmas Money-Saving Store. We Gift Wrap FREE. SHE WANTS NYLONS Cannon 60-15 CANNON SEAMLESS NYLONS 99c Give Hose and Please Her! LADIES SHORT COATS Values to 16.95 9.66 to 15. USE OUR LAY-AWAY DAN RIVER COLORED SHEETS 5 Beautiful Pastel Colors $2,95 ea. or 2 for 5.00 ORES Newest Styles Just Arrived in Time For Christmas • Junior • Regular • Half Sizes VALUES to $19.95 4.66 to TO 12 CANNON TOWELS Big 49c Value for $1.00 SCARF FASHIONS Of Pure Wool in Choice of Exciting Plaids and Plains to 1.95 CHENILLE BED SPREADS 9 Full Size • $5.95 Value L95 LADIES and MISSES PANTIES Plain or Trimmed , to 1. LADIES SLIPS and GQVy'NS Nylons — Cottoifs $1.98to$S.95 Imported Swiss WATCHES For Men & Women 2 Yr. Guarantee $14.95 For Men & Boys The Right Gift! Value? to 4,49 ' 1.98',,2.98 PIECE GOODS 69c to 98c Values Christmas Special 2yds. Little Care Blouses All the Latest Styles in Easy Care Fabrics — 99c to 'Si. *° <? $ HOUSE SHOES — FOR EVERYONE — Men — Women — Children $1.39 to Children's Coats ? Regular Values to $25.00 5 to TOWEL SETS and PILLOW C^SE SETS to $3.95 ARESURiTO PUA5EJ, FOR MIN AND SJ»|CJAUY X" '• Men's Robes As5prmi?nt pf Cplor? 8,95 Men's locks . Reg, Men's Reg,, Yfl ox I MfK'S FAU ANP WINTSH AT 5PICIAU PRJCIS!

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