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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 8, 1959
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|(^f||||||p »^i'€?Sw*w®«"w^^f*?^"^'fr«i r ^»* ;2 4*':.^''^^''HV^^^"'''^^^^^-''^'''^^??"; s*'iV« i *-"?, >,'**-V' ! lr't'"'"'« *'-.""•<"• > *,.*"' / ' •• " liiigii^ '.;:•• .• ,; '<"' ''/jflblendai* ' January 8 '' .' ','-. The' Baker tto'tofe, Demonstration Club will meet In ' the , hdme , of 'Mrs. Orville Steadman,' Thursday, Jan. 8,<at 7:30 p.m. 'Bach member is Urged to attend. \\ Friday, January 9 '• 1 Rose Garden Club of Mope will \\mjft ai 2130 Friday, Jan. 9 at the / Ticflne of'Mrs. S. L. Murphy with I Mrs. J, C. Carlton as co-hostess. x , Tuesday,-January 13 The Friendship Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the tihurdh •day, Jan.' 13 at fp.tn, ' Ho'stesses" ., are' Mfs./Jack. Arhett/. SVa , Well iM'oxiey and tLola Wopdul, All mem ' " bers assbclate"memibers at'e Utiged to , be present, Chapter AS of "I?EO, •will" meet Tuesday,-Jari. is at 3 .p.'m/fn' the home >,of-Mrs. R.' B. Moore'With Mrs.'lL. D.'SpMnger as. co-hostess. 'i The Builders .Bible Class of the First Baptist Church ->ill - have •their monthly "business meeting and Social, Tuesday, ''Jan.' i!3 at '7;30 p,m. at the home o'f iMVs. 0. iP. , mp&egfa. -itxyffyv* - >^ SfAlSerfteSck as 1MIWJU <$ TV * VII ,-» JTA A O i\* •*"•» ^ U , -VVUUVill MO 8^HUiltfStAllntt6fiflJ6fSrill i r'Utgcd W||i«|M t ^^^^M%5y^' ./ '!-, 'It**' ' Jt * ' .a ''Garden *d«b had meeting of the' year ort ft,,, 7' ifl >,the horric , of Mfs." Jim eg>ilh Mi-srM.'tt,' •«ollln'gs- \v6rth as co'hoste'ss. The club' president,: iMfs: 1/3-le M'c^lahen, coh^ dltcted ' the Routine " (business seS* ' • -".During' the interesting; prograrrij' "The . Mrs^-Fl'ank Ward told about Care and Planting.' of Moses," and Mrs. P. -W, -Webb demonstrated v Design of 'Flower- Arrange- ls.V'-'i,, - t -""1" >-' >'" * ' " fia'ch of "the 'members . brought >a t'llne/arrarigernent, Iri', 'judging thehvtHe/first'_place went to Mrs., James 'for nn .arrangement of pine rosettes'ahd 'pine cones;-Nandinas| arid'plne.cohes -Were used by Mrs, Ross Moore' in? her' second^ place arrangement,;; and 'Mrs. C. W. Ev- 'HHs 4vttS 'third 'with' aft^BMaft'ge wStti-bf', pdiflsettia- tot its tfocal , , __ ; s%e.fO;jrnMb8fs-' hnd offd 'gitest, iMrs. Vtfrtde". Srodin, \ver6 ' serv'ed German chocolate cnkc, nltts «nd doffee'Toy'-'tlie hostesses. I I * t. Cbming'qnd Goihg - ; Miss Char'lene Wiggins, local 'manager of the Montgomery Ward Catalogue office, 'attended aHhi'ee- day 'tndetlng of iMonlgomery Ward (Managers in this district, held in IFt. Worth, Week, Tex, the first of tho pfMifi, r^'-iV j'iV,-;•',"., ,V i X Aftt aai JHK w^k - 1 * ^ ="" ' •=" Marry Seago of Little Rock \vtis a business Visitor Jn Hope TAICS* day. • •'. IMVs, (Lucille Spaugh has return- ed'to her home in Bnhvbrldgc, Gn. after spending the holidays with (Mr; nnd Mrs. -W. J3. 'Ruggles nnd 01- John P. Cox Drug Co. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS;: PHONE7.4616 HOPE, ARK. ON YOUR FRIENDLY ®, 1: ? ; FAST ACTING 1 ' 1 PEPSODENT fiNTISEPTIC ' Refreshing THOREX1N , COUGH Medicine am- tussive,.., • >>'*••• COLD-FIGHTER COMBINATION ,.;•• .89c SNEFRIN A-P-C - - For sm'flles, aches.vpains 65c Keller LOZENGES Antibioiic and anesthetic SOCIAL —BOTH; ana anesni 98 11ILETSOAP " Woodbury" Beauty Bar (Limit; ,3,) V. \0fr '* \Q% on OLAFSEN VITAMINS '.--. . during Our JANUARY { I Of Hydrogen !l6-oz. j'(Limijc 1) Mi • Durable Latex wm y / f ^ ^. E%ggi5: :*.* «> ^ GERIATRIC GERIATRIC AYTINAL VITAMINS »«< ' _ AYTINAL 4 50 FREE with 100 GERIATRIC Over 50 FREE with 100.,, AYTINAL Vitamins & Minerals Quality Made TEST RITE Rubber Gloves Small, • 'medium .,& large..,......;/ v>: RegMlflf I$1Q,58, Regular \ Jj^-S Total of factors, $6,27 20 facto , in all! •Mak<?> W/UGREEN3 Your Vitamin Headquarters OLA-UITOL MUtTIPti VITAMIN DROPS *>\ Regulqrly ^7 OLAVITE Therapeutic Vitamins SAVE 3O C ^Essaa «'t»i" i, rii»i» CUc^u-* •WtlM** , . FQRMUM 39 CREAM RINSE Hair Conditioner I Wake* Mir t« Alwgy; C«ll For Yeyr S&H Green Stamps <n»»> o*** I At $!,50(plus tip)every ten days, a man oflcn pays his barber more {han his doctor. The i»v- ersge doctor bill for American families is pnly ?66 a year,., thunks to nxKJcrn drugs and UJliess.gyrcyreiiquigJily, COX'S HAS FILLED QViR ONE HAtf MILLION PR6SCRIPTIONS Alpine B**$WEW »»: Enamel finish in',a choice, of, *> pastels'. 1 ' Mist'Green *!«» KAZ Vaporizer Ilii)/ t .11 'ai. Hc.i\ \ $3,OOYqlyeR§y|gn Si|icar§ with di§p§nser Helena Ultra gin $5-§Q gold Tablets Anahist QpLg| Tgblets Aspirin ]Q,Qs with 59e t tpp,th pg$.te pnd $1,00 hgjr brush both . . " >cy* ''w-K'-'fw *r*'f--. r •'• 6 Concessions of Legislature LttTLS .ftOCK (Afj-The Ar- liihsns',Municipal Leu^uo \I\AM to ask the 1959 General Assembly /or six ^concdsslon for cllies ahd towns In their continuing baltlb lo, free themselves from state control, Three o{ the measure's lnvolv.< reventle'— either stale turnback funds 01- (hat collected by the mtihlcipalltlos IhemsolvnSi Glenn n\ Zimmerman, t h n league's oxpciitivc Olrecler, sold a,ll the !3ro|josals Were now, ex- Copt a 1 rociuepf, Unv the lure' pei-mii some form of 'home rule, Tho battle for hqjno rulo h.is been a recurring one (but has not been fought recently. Zlmmuumaii sale! rll thp rr- quests hnil been rormalizi,'.! ex- c^pt'ths onn involvln;! homo vnli. "We still have lo decide exactly What we will ask for on that," he said. "But we need some sort of legislation to enable residents ot municipalities' to havo the Ihlnus they are willing to pay for." Tax collecting powers of munici- tuiWIcS presently is controlled at the state level, ,either' conslilu- other relatives here nnd In Shrevo- port, 1 (Mr, flnd Mrs. Martin Pox Jr., nnd son ot Toxarknna were guests of Mr. i and Mrs. Martin 'Pox Sr.. on Tuesday. Mrs, \V, B. Hugglos accompanied J, C, Hothwoll when he returned to his Air Bnse in San Antonio Tex., following the Christmas holi- 'days', While in Snn Antonio, Mrs. Ruggles will visit 1st iLt. nnd Mrs. 'Don Ruggles. Births 1st 'LI. nnd Mrs. Don '-Ruggles •of San Antonio, Texas announce tho arrival oC a balby girl born Jan. G. Paternal grandparents lire Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ruggles and maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. L. C. Honcycutt, Clarksville, Ark. Air Force Plans ' <dAPt^&WAVfihAVW. r U- .. —The Ah- Force Is pushing-ohctu) with plans, to fire the '.tUttn,, the 1 nation's tteWest' ahtl most > povVtsi-"" ful war rocket. The -flO • foot Inlerennllnentnl range ballistic missile gushed, fire and smoW Wednesday during a' ground lost of tho. 'g'-gi-^^-' --ty,^-'. fy.f-^^^tft^^ij^Kfi^ef^ t--<A&?;»*.',,>A ^.fst^-j^jsEt* first singe engine. If nil went \votl lit the static test, a launching wris expected to- follo\V in the nonr future, Although the tost Instcd only seconds, It svns loomed thut the attempt Was surcesstul, of a 11)37 Inw Hospital Notes Memorial Admitted: IMa'Uic K. Jackson, Hope; Miss iLyla Brown, Hope. Discharged: Arthur Holland, Saratoga; 'Sonja iPowell, tRl. 1 Ein- mct. FAT OVERWEIGHT Now available to you for first tinio without a doctor's .prescription, our iew drug 'called! ODRINEX. You must lose ugly fat in 7 dayn or your money back. No more starvation diets, strenuous exercise, laxatives, massage or taking of so-called reducing candles, crackers or cookies, or chewing gum. ODRINEX Is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. Absolutely harmless. When you take ODRINEX, you still enjoy your meals, still eat the foods you like, but you simply don't have the urge for. extrq portions because ODRINEX depresses your appetite and decreases .your desire for food. Automatically your weight must come down, because as your own doctor will tell you, when you eat less, you weigh less. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. ODRINEX is sold on this GUARANTEE: YOU must lose weight within 7 days or your money back. Just return the package to your druggist and get your full money back. ODRINEX costs $3,00 and is sold with this strict money back guarantee by: John P. Cox Drug Store — Hope — Mail Orders Filled. tlonnlly or by legislative nets. The revenue proposals' deal wllli broadening ot the municipalities' lax-gathering power Within Iho framework of slaty control. These are: t, Hopeal of a 1027 act selling the bond limit lor cities at five million dollars. A larger share of general re- veiuio funds colliSulwl by ihe This involves roijj.il of a UK scUng the amount of .turnback nt $2,810,000 annually. \ 8. Either an increase in turn- from highway funds or reinstatement of cily licenses which were eliminated last year. Zimmerman Mid the ID27 bond act hampered larger cities which could collect more than five million dollars tuvbr a I0.''7 oonslilu- lional amcnilmcnt limiting tr.xos lor capital improvement!! lo live mills. Ho saici tho 1937 LosislaU.I'e, which asked Iho oitlos to forego thp right lo co)!r;t cily licens-.' had yromh;o'.l a lurfle increase In itirnbtick kinds but that monies had not retichod expotta- tions. "We either wan: the larger lui'n- back of tin 1 pdviliRj ol oullecllng •city license Joes 'again," Zimmerman said. MuniclpalltUss foel strongly thai they are enU'-lo'd to n ijirgur' sh.-ii'o of the goimral i'untl, JJImmormnn said, ackliMi; that munielpnlllies once received 7 por cent of all general funds and 12.n por cent of all collections over 33 million dollars.- "Last year the tu r n b a ck amounled only to about two per cent oT the total because in 1959 'the turnback was pegged at $2,310,000 annually," Zimmerman said. "That* was all right In 1940, but stnlo revenues hnvu been greatly increased withrxil a ctfr- rcsponding Incron^q in lurnbacks." The league also will sock Jeg/fja- llon moderni/,in.{ city purchasing laws and repeal of a KIM acl requiring newspaper publication of semi-annual financial reports "City purchnb'nj; now Is done through an independent 'Board of Public Affairs," Zimmerman said. "We want a sy.-ilum wlv-reby city officials could set up a purchasing department within tho framework of the city government," SPECIAL. (loverleaf ANNUAL SALE 3 DOROTHY GRAY BEAUTY CREAMS for .cleaner, skin mm i ClfANSlR BBY mm SlriANiiR J^'Cp cleans without drying, kubncuies us it liquflic i »..,lloats away eycvy iinimrity, tciivcs tkin rcffC5lK'il...|iioist. 1^ S4.00) } 6 w.~ft,?5 (rcg. 13.35) y! Ads like a mag. IQ lift out hidJcu jjri.iii.e...l)riug out hidden slow. (}. HOO) i 6 M.-*$\.%§ (re s . §?.^5) M88M9Ni CBfftlM contains 10,000 Iioi> yjiils J , ls JUT tniiuc to lidji sinooih tiny linej.,.jm.>- JuoJ>-)Lnu)s'' JwJv. <| w.^rfg^.gQ (,jtjj. $5.0.0; John P. Cox Drug Co. WE GIVE S4H SRiiW STAMP^ ^f!^llJIp31i s - - t v <- ->'* »>•:?,$ Vv, -^rf-H'fr »»vs ) '-. iJ /* - Vf,/»!-,,-, ;, t - r s t <• •< t ? V' s /s/' Gontmues - 'Savings tb 60% LADIES $75,00 MoUtON COATS $1,00 PUTS IN LA YAW AY 39.95 HEAVY OUTING FLANNEL 3 yds. $1 DARK AND LIGHT STRIPES t * i-t ' CHILDREN'S COATS REG. VALUES TO $22150 * $5.00 to $12.66 BIG $4.95 — 5% WOOL * . ,-.,v. ,,,. BLANKETS $3.95 r .... -— 1n M—I ^ '* ' *• REAL SPECIAL ~ WHITE SHEET! ~" BLANKETS $1;! REGULAR $1.98 VALUE 2 BIG,RACKS — LADIES DRESSES $4 to VALUES TO $19.95 BIG S1.69 FEATHFR PILLOWS . $1. CHILDREN'S DRESSES VALUES TO $4.95 - $2 ~ $3 MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS , HEAVY FLEECE LINED LADIES 49c RAYON PANTIES 4 pr. 99c Ladies and Childrens Shoes VALUES TO $8.95 MEN'S SHOES $3 _ $4 _ $5 _ VALUES TO $13,95 LINEN DISH TOWELS 8 for 97c REGULAR 29c VALUE Ladies Suits & Short Goats Values to $34,95 — $1,00 PHtS in LRyflWflLy $8.00 to $i5.eia MEN'S FLANNEL WESTERN 5,95 VALUED FIRST QUAMTY — 9g c VAlUi HOSE . 2 pr. STRIT€H SOCKS 3 pr. 5§c QNi gi€ TASiif PIECE GOODS

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