Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 29, 1961 · Page 10
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Hope, Arkansas
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fogp I en MOM STAR, H G P F , ARKANSAS v^Y frtJif* Ju«e>0,1961 1 I I 1 I) I, n fi PI ci PI fo AJ at ac th ;ne i : no m< ,fe K* me ; tic }Ca rej ; hoi • arc wa I lor cai |nt< #tt. «r« trai tr 111* B "SERVING YOU SINCE 1896" Prices Good Thru Monday 3rd GOV. INSPECTED FRESH DRESSED 22 Ib HALF or WHOLE NO CENTER REMOVED ! DAILY SHORT , i SHORT f If : %>f!c£# SUSPENSES (f 196! by NEA, Ins. THE FLOWER AMD THE RAIN By LESTER ARNO Joe Talenli, age 10, tagged after the couple. There was an ur- igcncy in his voice. "Please. Mis- Says Boredom Great Sickness NEW YORK <)AP)—A Harvnvfl doctor checking the notion's mental and emotional health today declared: "The great sickness of our iiRe is nimlcssncss, boredom. : and lack of meaning and pur- j pose" in living. I We can be enthralled by tlic j space age, but almost willfully j try to avoid "learning how to understand and control ourselves," said Dr. Dana L. Sarns- worlh. director of Harvard University health services and staff physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. "Medicine has made enormous strides in alleviating pain and prolonging- life," he said. (cr. Please buy Hams DELICIOUS ROUND 69 100% PURE GROUND 39 bountiful Now an expanded task for doe- i- tm""'ladv "onl.v'ji dol- tors is to give "meaning to the JOP liiKKPcl at the man's We," Farnsworth told the Amcri- arm. Harry Travcrs tried to l)rush .Toe off. He was to drunk to aim straight. He might have fallen if hadn't braced Ib POUND BOX THICK SLICED BACON ;Mnry Thompson him as he listed. "Come on, Harry. Don't make a federal case out of it. The kid's just trying to make a buck." "Okay. Okay. Guy comes here for a convention, everybody starts hustlin' him." Mary's temper, flared. "Listen, Mr. Big. "If you didn't like the i introduction we got at Mit/ie's I Lounge, don't feel obligated to escort, mo any further." Harry ami Made, up because Harry bought Joe's last gardenia. Three bars laloivMary lost- the gardenia and Harry lost Mary. Jack, the handy man at the Tip-Top Basement Ba, was no over of flowers.. He swept the gardenia out with the cigarette outs and other debris that clut- Lered the flor after closing hours. The gardenia wound up near a heap of discarded bottles. can Medical Association's annual meeting. To endure their troubles, said Farnsworth. people need "feelings of basic confidence in one's self and others, a sense of compc- .cnce, and a basic faith that the whole human situation is worlh- while." CHOICE CUTS CHUCK 16 Killed in Venezuela Revolt Tho government today placed casualties in Monday's brief revolt by the Barcelona army garrison at Hi killed, 9 wounded. It was reported earlier that, "10 persons died before the 2. r )0-man garrison in t'hc port cit. surrendered under threat of annihilation by forces loyal to President Ro mulo Bctancourt. The government, did .not say. whether the casualties were among loyal troops or rebels. Before dawn next morning Shuffles was making his rounds. Shuffles once had a name. He Western languages stem from a single parent tongue, Indo-European, but no samples of the original ever have been found. SOLID POUND POUND BAG SKINLESS Weiners FULL QUART SIZE BLUE PLATE Mayonnaise HALF GALLON BORDEN'S Carton DELICIOUS Cones FREE Low Calorie Cream The gardenia wound np near a heap of discarded bottles. TOO FOOT ROLL HEAVY Paper2°29 QUART CAN CHARCOAL t,ri«i\v.w«i- ^^^^^ ^^^_ LIGHTER 25 ml forgotten it along with a lot j of other unimportant things. Now, he only important thing in his ife was to collect enough empties to pay for a bottle of muscati$ wine so he could continue to for;et the unimportant things like who he once was. Shuffles was well practiced in his art. He picked up each bottle shook it near his ear, drained the dregs and threw it intohis gunny sack. When he had picked up the last bottle, he was about to throw the sack overhis shoulder, when something arrested his blood-shot eyes. He picked uP the gardenia, held it in his hands, drew it to his face. Then, as though fearful its scent might bring back some small memory, he placed it in l)is tattered hat band and swung the bag full of empty bottles over his shoulder. It had been raining hard foi lours. Patrolmen Rogers and Bayei vere crusing slowly down the street in their prowl car. "Pull : over, Jack. Something unny in that doorway." The car stopped and the police- FRESH LEAN Pork Chops39 nen go out. "A 'wino 1 ,. Jack. Pretty fai ;one. Send for the wagon and et them decide whether he ought o go to the hospital or into the ank." When the wagon arrived, the patrolman decided Shuffles bc- onged in the tank. Only the gardenia remained near the clorway where Shuffles iac.1 drunk himself into forgetful less. It had been one of those summer rains. It slopped as quickly as it had begun. Now the sun svas shining brightly. Patti was three years old, and she had on her best dress and she was with her Mommy, and, they were on the way to the big store: 'Patti was chattering merrily and then she was suddenly silent. She stopped. She ran to the doorway. She picked up the gardenia, freshly washed by the rain. "Lok, Mommy! A .pretty flower! God made it, didn't He?" (THE END) BEFORE THE FIREWORKS Enjoy Blueburgers POUND SACK 5 rvvnw JMV.IN. ^^ GUARANTEED M FLOUR I WHITE CAGED EGGS CALIFORNIA SUNKIST JUICY LEMONS 10 POUND SACK RED Potatoes 3; FULLY COOKED HAMS HALF OR WHOLE u,. 45c IB. 33c SHORT SHANK PICNICS FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF Lb. JPungept American blue cheew mejted o* bee! pottle* transforms plain hamburgers into eleg^at blueburgers in »econds. Blue- burgers can be made quickly on the outdoor grill as welj as in the kitchen. If you want an easy but deliciou* July 4U» supper, feature these bluebureer? with coru on the cob, r«lish«f aad (teak fruit.. PACKED, SLICED BACON ASSORTED LUNCH MEAT ROUND BONE or RUMP ROAST FRESH DRESSED GOOD LEAN U, 39c SALT MEAT 3 CELLO BA.G •,.,, 49c WEINERS 2 CHOICE BABY BEEF SIRLOIN 55c STEAK ' Lb. GRADE-A FRYERS Lb. 39 .* i.oo £, 69c Lb 69«> 23 SUNKIST FRESH GOLDEN BANTAM SWEET Ears CORN GREENS 2 LETTUCE SQUASH RAINBOW HAMBURGER SLICED - 80 CT. WHITE . 2^450 NAPKINS DILLS LAND 0' LAKES LARGE EGGS RANCH STYLE BEANS VAN CAMP Pork'N Beans JUNKET ICE CREAM POWDER ICE CREAM SALT 4 Lb 9 OZ. DIXIE CUPS LIPTON TEA HUMKO COLONIAL PURE CANE 89c SUGAR PURE : 3£° z 33c LARD FOLGER'S 29c COFFEE MISSION CANNED 2 Pkgs 33c DRINKS 2 300 Cans -' Pkg. lOC 10 its 98o 8 L bs 1.09 Lb. Can 63 C 49c» P!<g. Lb. lOc 39c 6 Bottle Carfon 2nd EDCE Carton rl%KE WASH ING POWDER ALL FLAVORS BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIX 3 Boxes 89C tt BRICE APPLE, CHERRY F 1C Large Size / OC SHORTENING 3-79 C vi JEWELL COOKING OIL qt. 49c CANNED BISCUITS 3can$25c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5U».45e PRICES GOOD FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY AT,... WE DELIVER PHONE 7-4404 HIS. MAIN ST. HOPE, ARK.

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