Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 15, 1961 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 15, 1961
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tfcviwfcf, June 1$, 1961 Now Time to Check Out Storage MOPI ITAft,MOM, ARKANSAS Farmers were urged today to check on their available storage, »bc sure ihey have enough to take care of their upcoming crops. H. B. Gilbert, chairman-, 'Cotm- ty Agricultural Stabilization 'and Conservation Committee, reminded growers that a recent modification in t'he farm storage facility loan program of the Commodity Credit Corporation makes it possible for (hem to borrow up 1^95 per cent of the outlay for farm storage facilities costing 40 ceivts per bushel or less to build. Previously, loans in these types of facilities were limited to 80 per cent of the cost. For facilities costing more per bushel, farmers may borrow up to 95 pur cent of 40 cents per bushel or 80 per cent of the cost, whichever is greater, but not more than 50 cents per bushel of capacity. The chairman pointed out that a similar change has been made in the loan program for mobile dryers, which now enables farmers to borrow up lo 95 per cent of; the delivered and assembled cost of equipment to keep grain stored in proper condition. Previously, . these loans were limited to 75 per cent of the cost of equipment. For 1961, corn and grain sorghum producers will 'be eligible for price support on their feed grain crps only if they participate in the 1961 feed grain program. Texas Woman Dies in Wreck LYNN. Ark. (API — A Texas woman, who was traveling alone, was killed when her aulomoile went out of control here today and SIBPENSETTE A Short Short Storv ADVENTURE AT THE CAFE COUNTER By LESTER ARNO Adventure is to be found in many places, high and low. And in between. The Cornet- Cafe is such an in- between place. Here between a peanut butter on toast and a bacon and tomato on rye, there is adventure. The peanut butter on toast is being eaten by Gerald Willoughby, late of Tipton. Iowa, and the bacon and tomato on rye is being consumed by Harriet Maxwell, Hipped over twice. Slate Police identified the victim as Miss Dolores J. Monsivaiz, 30, of Abilene. They said she died instantly of a broken neck. PICNICS 29 s SWIFT'S PREMIUM WHOLE CUT UP FRYERS 55c 65c Each ARKANSAS MAID ALL MEAT .BOLOGNA .... » 39c ARKANSAS MAID Thick or Thin Sliced BACON 2*99 BANANAS • • • • FRESH GREEN PINK or WHITE Lb. TEXAS LABELED CANTALOUPES \ l\l_*JI I XJ I N l_ I—I >< Cabbage • lOc 5c Grapefruit 3 For 25c • 10 c Ib DEL MONTE TUNA PET 98c MILK 6 "££ 93c RED SEAL SPICED LUNCHEON LACE TOILET 120,. Con 39C TISSUE DEL MONTE fMEAT DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 MELLORINE . . 1 2 BISCUITS .... 3 Rolls 25c Cans 98c 39c 25c lOc • Muni jtmiiviM MEAL 25 - 1.00 39c 89c WRIGLEY GUM. 3 I AUNT JEMIMA 1 Gal Cans Pkgs. MRS. PICKFORD'S QUARTERS . . OLEO EGGS ...... 3 Lbs. Pox. DANNIE HAMILTON FOOD CENTER 206 East Second St. - FREE DELIVERY - Phone 7*3611 •Not b*«L tt she'd do some* thioe with her hair." formerly of Reel Wing, Minn. Miss Maxwell is 22, a graduate of the. University of Minnesota, and resides at the Reynolds Club for Women, one block south. Mr. Willoughby is 2!>, a graduate of the University of Iowa, and )'e livc's til a rooming 'house one block in. the other direction. Ingredients for adventure? Con- icier. Two young people of opposite sexes, residing only two Blocks from each other, and- at ,his moment, sitting opposite each other at the Corner Cafe. Let us watch what happens. To accomplish Ihis we employ he device of radio and television called "stream of consciousness," employed by the late Eugene O'Neill in "Strange Interlude." On elc vision (he soap opera heroines contort their faces and twist their landkcrchiefs while a pro-record- id sound-track plays lo enlighten is as lo their innermost feelings. In our drama, Miss Maxwell daintily munches her bacon and omalo on rye, and Mr. Willough)y manfully masticates his pea- Hit bulcr on toast. Mr. Willoughby's eyes arc on Miss Maxwell. He watches her •novcmcnts, appraising her carefully. Miss Maxwell does not appear .0 be watching him. But she cnows he is there, watching her. She has looked him over without seeming lo do so, as any woman can. She carefully avoids any sign of being awar.e of him. , While their.jaws work, what aro ,hey thinking? Let us-listen for a few moments, via stream of conscious- less, to their innermost thoughts. Miss M: He's rather nice looking. Could have a little more chin. Jaw, that is. Wears his clothes well. Mr. W: Not bad. If she'd do something with her hair. Good table mailers. • • •„ Miss M: 1 wonder if he's married. Mr. W: She can't be married. Miss M: No. He's single. He doesn't have that domesticated look. Mr. W: Not bad. Not real good of course. Should do something with her hair. Miss M: Ills chin is determined. Even if there isn't quite enough of it. Mr. W: Should I wait until she's finished and meet her at the cashier's cage? Miss M: I. really should go Looks like bo's finished. Mr. W: Steady, boy. Wait her out. Remember Ihe last one and that picnic with her Sunday School class. Miss M: Slop being an idiot. You know you wouldn't let yourself be picked up. In the Corner Cafe, of all places. This is the end of our little dia loguc. Miss Maxwell and Mr Willoughby pay their res'pcclivi checks and go their respective ways. Thwarted romance? Adventure thai might have been? Perhaps. Bui this scene has been played at the Corner Cafe. For a happier ending, it is suggested that you go to your local movie house. If you're lucky, ptfr- haps you'll find lhal Marilyn Monroe is appearing. Somehow, real life has not as yet caught up with the movies. THE END Copyright 19«1 by Newspaper Enterprise Assn. May Ask Cities to Help Bonds LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Arkansas Municipal League board will meet with Gov. Orval E. Faubus Thursday to discuss whether i'ities will be asked to help pass a $UO million stale bond issue. But L e a g u e President fkifjh Brewer of Fort Smith .•••aid that at |he moment lie knows of no concerted effort lo gel cities to donate funds to help pass the Faubus-backed bond issue at a special election June 27. Brewer said Thursday's meeting may determine whether such an effort will be made. uck V v. «v X Pork Liver Lb 29c Round Steak Bacon Squares u, 19c Bologna Pork Chops 2 u. 98c Pure Lord Lb 79c 4 Lbs.1.00* O Lb. | QQ Pail 1.37 Armours Gov. Ins. _ ers Vienna Sausage Canned Tomatoes Del Monte Drink Del Monte Peaches Spagh & Meat Balls Blackeye Peas Kleenex Towels Armour Bromj Hotel Pineapple Grapefruit Yellow Clinn Halves or Slices Ausfcx Cream or Purple Mull King Ozark Brand Assorted Colors 4 Ox. Cans 303 Cam 29 Ox. Cans 303 Cans 300 Cans 300 Cans 100 Ft. Rolls Bananas Golden Ripe Fancy Bananas II I Lb. RED POTATOES 10 BL c b9 39c Coffee Midwest MEltORINE Flour Tuna Quaker's Best Carnation Lb. Bag Vi Can 39. NOTICE: MR. K. P. BOCHMAN "v» Ji* P urchased * he Bcn Roteliff Grocery at the end of South Main at the T . Mr. Bochman will continue to offer his customers quality merchandise and courteous service. The store will also remain a member of the Valu-Mar* Stores in Hope. RALPH MONTGOMERY GROCERY & MARKET PHONE 7 3361 L, B. DELANEY & SON GROCERY & MARKET PHONE 7-3701 K. P. BOCHMAN GROCERY & MARKET PHONE 7 9935 (FORMERLY BEN RATEUFF GRQ.)

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