Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 22, 1954 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 22, 1954
Page 12
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" '* * " ^ ,1 (ft W" ^P^^FgJkm '*' i ^"Yf ^ «?if v- *i ?v* <> • HOPE STAR;, HQFE, ARKANSAS Thursday, July 22, 1954 Thursday, July 22, 1954 HOPE STAR, HOFt, ARKANSAS f SCOTT NEWS infot-rtiallty tnafkcd the are breakfast tender' motftiftg, rftM • * their home on Notth Madison Avenue, El Dorado, honoring a trio of propective brides and a bride «* Ifite'sjjrfttg; Aittthf^Hfr hofi6re6s, W&sfMlsiT 1 'Fringes' Oarrett, the bride-elect of Carroll Wynn of Think About . - r jgw? • "•' , * , l C6unty^?fax^ay6rs"6eQr the Entire cost of the 'ft ( County Treasury Office — required fay the County i&iutef't' idlftefe Is* a • Bobkkeepi ng fJ e>b. LESS 6XTRA help-needed -~ The Lest the Cost . , an 'Experienced in Bookkeeping and * ••'•':• • • • '' • years experience in Bookkeeping, Accounting Hd -Sene^VOf f Ice Work. ¥' '/"<>' H--V* « I • « TTUASlJgfR HEMPSTEAD COUNTY for by Dwight Hldgdlll Prescott. The entertainment was in the nature of a surprise. Guests Were called for and-brought to the breakfast as the hostesses and several, of their friends found them — garbed in negligees, pajamas and other Informal attire. Some came with.' tneir hair in furling pins' ^hd 'others, with crearri on their faces. The breakfast tables, covered with green cldths, held arrangements of zinnias, caladium leaves iahd other summer flowers and foliage in containers of wicker, pottery and Wood. The honorees .were presented with gifts. Assisting the hostesses were Mrs. Carey E. Clark, Mrs. Shelton Goodwin, Mrs, George Morgan,.. Mrs. Drew Kcndrix and .rs. Clark .fiarlprt^' Guests included' Miss Barbara Barton, Mrs. Harold Iloblrds, Mrs. Windsor Giles, Miss Jo Ann Dumas, Mrs. Earl Underwood, Mrs. Roland Wilson, Miss Carol Anne McWilHams, Mrs. Jack Burns, Mrs. Vance Smith, Mrs. Bob- Mti- ckcy, (New Orleans), Miss Shir- Icy Shechan, Miss Po«Ry Sullivan. Mrs. Don Alspaitsh, Mrs. Bob Gil- linm, Mrs. J.urncs E. Clark, Mrs. E. B. • Garrelt, 'Mrs. Lyane Goodwin, Mrs. Frank Spawr, Mrs. E. Atkinson and Mrs. W. B. Towlcr. Sarah Janet Bryson . Celebrates Birthday Sarah Janet Bryson, daughter.of; Mr. and Mrs. L. .T. Bryson, cele-i bfate"d her ninth birthday with a' matinee party at the Nevada theatre on Saturday afternoon. 'Following the'''show . the .guests Linda Scott. Mary Beth Bryson. Sandra f<ay . Ridgdell. llelendale' Ledbetter. , jean Buchanan;..peg' gy -Warren, Nancy Bratton, IVJ^jf-il* jlyn White, and Betsy Jane McMfj hen, went to the Bryson' home where they played games Served .a picnic supper on ; Alter.-the guests sang • "Hajipjr Birthday." Sarah Janet blew out the candles on her white cake decorated in pink and green. ""' '-_'• Mr. : atid Mrs. Bernard AndrcVy* Complimented . ..'.'.-•'?( Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Andrews who left Saturday for San Diciio, Calif., to tnaki; th'-ii homo, were cnmplimonlr.'d with a picnic supper given by Mr. and Mrs. Dclmci* Daniel at their huiiR 1 on Fridtiy evening. LoiiK tables iadi.-n with delicious food were armnjuid «in llie lawn. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews received jjoinR-away-Kifls. There were -H) prcsc-nt King Jr. served as secretary pro- tern. Routine business was transacted and it was voted to purchase a sno-cone machine for the concession stand. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. to spend the remainder of the summer. BIG VALUES! frmri^m Uf" ^Sh^i*/ *JSL««» J5B- "" i '\L.'m&$';„' '' ,,*•' ;J-' SAVE PLENTY CtOSEOUT! BIG GROUP , . WOMEN'S BETTER DRESSES f >f ^"9 .Sheer Cottons! Seersuckers! WAf^B'e^ribergs! Better Dresses! p,:t* -;M*dst All Sizes! Try Them on! SSfr^Ni . ^. i^lhitGroup - 5. BIG GROUP BOY'S t Summer SLACKS • Nylon Cords! . • Gabardines! -•, Buy Now & Save! • Sizes 1 to 18! ' $2 And s.'*r ONE BIG TABLE WOMEN'S BETTER BLOUSES ottons! Rayons! Nylons! Real Values! , '? , ? . . $2 - $3 j ^^M ^^^ ENTIRE STOCK GIRL'S SWIM SUITS » Lastex! Chrpm Knits! Novelties! • Most All Sizes! Hurry for Choige! $1 -$2-$3 ONE BIG Gloseout TABLE • Skirts! "Shirts'!, • Boys Trousers! • Lots of Itern^!'.- • Real Savings! 1.00 ; £HECK THESE vtftl JEWELRY -r - - 50c 'S SUITS - 19.00 5 ONLY PACRON SUITS - 39.00 |/| $MWr. WOMEN'S SUITS - 10.00 OHJLY WOMEN'S SUITS - 15.00 'S SUMMER HATS , - 1,00 SANDALS - 2,00 CLOSEOUT Summer Handbags • Leathers! • Straws! Nylons! • Plastics! • Real Savings! 1 #' Plus- Tax . i' V* mWPRICEj 4|" WIDTH DRAPERY {J^rk Oojhs? New Print?! -"•jieCidih! Yajue!' NfW Fatternsi 1J9 Yd, ONE Closeaut TABLE Kiddies Swim Suits! Girl's HatsJ . , Toddler'$ presses! Infant's Items! Lots of Items! 50c [election! SUMMER SLACKS t Rayons! Nylons! 9 to 42! " • Band Mothers Club Meets The Prescolt Band Mothers Club mel on Friday evening in tile home of Mrs. B. A. Warren for a call mooting. The president, Mrs. Doug Eas- lei-ling, presided nnd Mrs. Karl Dr and Mrs. G. D. Royston of Hope .were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hamby and Mrs. John Wathen; S. D. Dickinson of Little Rock spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Sam Dickinson. Lackland Air F6r£e Base, Antonio, Texas, v \ Mr. and Mrs. Brice Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cummings and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Cummings of Brinkley spent Sunday at Murfreesboro. Miss Mary Lynn Steed has returned to her horric in Greenville, Miss., after a visil with Mi', and Mrs. Ralph Gordon. • ••' . •• Mrs. Mcllic Robinson has had as her guests, Mr and Mrs. Elwootl Kobinson, Jennie -and Belly Lynn of El Dorado Miss Jfinle Mildred McGuire of Lillli! Hock has arrived to spend several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McGuire. Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Rosson, who have been the guests of .Mr .and Mrs. A. E. McGuire, have return ed to their home in Columbia. Tex as. Mrs. J. A. Eagle has been the guest of her daughter. Miss Nona Catherine Eagle, at North Texas State College, Denton, Texas. Miss Eagle accompanied her home : Mrs. T. C. McRae Jr. has had as her guests S/Sgt, and Mrs. Jack Odom and son, John, Sage, of San ! Mr. and Mrs. Chester Davis haVe returned to Houston -after a visit \vHh their parents, Mr arid/Mrs Ira Davis and Mrs. Gcnie v Cummings. •: Mrs. H. E. Dorris is Ihe. guest of her mother,- -Mrs Amrf^l.a Cox and blher telaiiv.es, in Ldn'f&lcw, :; -- •-.•"•-•: -A ,^- . Gene Word of '1,1 tile , ed Prcscoll friends'" Saturday/ Wells Itamby Jr. lias from New York. returned Mr. oiul Mrs. Ernest Domar Jr. and Mrs. Wayne Klcy had as their weekend cucsts Mr and Mrs. H. A. Sehr'ocder of Fayctleville. Mr .and Mrs. J. A. Eagle had as Boyle Continued from Page One thai it's no safer than its door. If you've fiver put en rr screen door you Icnow it's a tricky operation. And when you visualize a 50-ton , door that must fit to a hundred-thousandth ot an inch and saving 'Si the pressure of a finger you can imagine the rngnly exacting nature ot Costigan s vvoik. "It is," he says, "ail a matter of balance " WhiW'}-.!^; talked, his crew was jackingv\t(H' the iJp-lon door and cribbing 1 H; preparatory to the big moment .\viicn they'd swlns •!• across lilt opening, and Coslifinn would delicately biit.il in "plane. .finally,I'.put the .big t|lieslion to Cosligan. '''This vault would withstand an .LI to m i c bombini} — woiiicin't it'" "Why, ""•' yss." said Costigan tliougliltully. "Yes, 1 'think it would." Then, I told Costignn tioout my frivolous tln'iiyht, my Fifth Avenue fantasy. He listened politely, but gradually he took on the expression of u man. who feared .inolhuy was pulling words in his mouth. Slowly ho backed away. "Weil." he said, "I've got to gel icicle to Top Radio Programs NEW YORK l/P) — Solociccl programs tonight: NBC - 6 Roy Rogers estern; 7:35 Senior Bens Records; 8:35 Jane 1'ickcns Show . CBS —5:15 Peter Linci Have.-;; 0-30 That's Rich Sketch; 7:30 Jack Carson Shc;w.-. . ABC — 7 Sammy Kaye .Serenade; 7:30 Lancaster 'ark Concort. Makers o£ Photograph mater- als estimate that Americans are aking pictures with their earner as at the rate of more than five million a day their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Loycc" Starncs of 'DermoU, b ,, Mr and, Mrs. .Thomas. Starncs of! H(j ^ hn l() Rot ,, ls h . Ilu ,«. Oklahoma City, Okla., Mr. ant* } somct , ling solld JiUo „ 3 0-lr.n Mrs. Bill Grissom of Bossier City, I door thal haf , to m lf) a . La., Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellis Texarkana. of Mr. and Mrs. Hody Butler and ^WEEK-END SPECIALS SPECIAL OF THE DAY MY WIFE DIDN'T LEAVE ME AFTER ALL. SHE COULDN'T STAV A WAV OUR GROCER r\AS >QUAL1TV FOODS/ Good to bake for sandwiches. Extra Special NO LIMIT COLGATE Tooth Paste Reg. 27c size. 2 For 39C RITZ Grockers" Pet Milk ADMIRATION COFFEE Lb. Can FREESTONE . PEACHES No. 2! Can 29c RED SEAL 'v POTTED MEAT 5 Cans 39C GRAPETTE DRINK MIX 5c Only NICE FRESH SPECIALS LETTUCE Large Heads Lb. Yellow,>.Ripe., BANANAS 2 u».25c Fre^h., " Lb. 10c Nice Cantaloupes Each lOc New Crop APPLES Lb. 19c ARKET SPECIALS FAT DRESSED HENS Pound 37c BRISKET OR RIB " STEW MEAT 19c Lb. FREE! FREE! Get one 6 oz. jar Krafts Mustard with each pound of WEINERS Ib: 37c Good Grade • Sirloin or.T-Bot Ghuck Roast I Steaks Pound 29c I Pound 39c Extra Specjal Rib Steaks Pound RRY'S GROCERY and MARKET 111 South Moin ; Wt Oeliv«r Phow 7-4404 i i - . - i _, f! f , \. -? . thousandth of an inch. Ward Upsets Pompey at Chicago CHICAGO (UP) — Moses- Ward a 22-year-oid middleweight lodaj had Ihe usual target ot a youn boxer after a good victory — a match with champion Cfrl "Bobo 1 Olsen. But Ward, who upset Trinidad'f Yolandu Pompey in his Americ.':i dogut. lasl night, didn't ,yjnt to triki anything away from his foe ranked fourth among the worl light heavyu-eights. "He's a good fighter," Ward said. "And he can box, too." Pompey, who suffered his soc ond loss in 31 pro fights, com plained tha the injured both hi> bands in the second roun-.l. but hi didn'l want to offer that as ai alibi. Hody Ji'. left Sunday for a moto trip tp Eureka Springs and southeri Missouri. SEE AND HEAR UNITED STATES SENATOR JOHN L ON 8:45 P. M. !s KARK-TV 10:15 PM Little Rock KATV 10:15 PM Little' Rotl^ KNOE-TV 6M5 PM Monroe ' KCMC-TV 8:45 PM Texarkana WHBQ-TV 6:15 PM Memphis KFSA-TV 6:00 PM Ft. Smith Pol. -Adv. Paid By . ; Pat Henderson, Chin.- \«6 Tk^e lon^ 4-lof Sajmer *#« HAMj , i *! W-" I HAM WILSON'S CERTSFIED SMOKED Get out of that hot kitchen this weekend . . . It'll be easy to enjoy the day with your family if you'll pop a tender Wilson's Certified Ham from Piggly Wiggly into the oven on Saturday, whip up a delicious potato salad and with a few trimmins' you'll be all set for a wonderful day of eatin' and relaxation . . . and remember, you "save as you spend" with valuable "S&H" Green Stamps on every dime you spend at Piggly Wiggly. ^ Prices Effective Friday & Saturday — July 23 & 24 HALF or WHOLE Lb. Save as You Spend^Wiithi t > *• * * Green Stamps at Piggly rtrj YOUSAVEE1RY SHOP AT PI! Reg. Can BABO 13c Wesson Oil Pint- Boll le SUGARIPE Dried Apples 12Oz. Cello LIFEBUOY SOAP Size LUX SOAP Reg. Bars 25c Large Pkg. SURF 30c LIQUID Large Bottle Large Pkg. RINSO 29c 3 Lb. Can SPRY SHORTINING 89c Giant Can 17c SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING LIFEBUOY SOAP 3 £s 25c SOAP Reg. Bars CLOSE OUT SPECIALS LAWN CHAIRS 3 POSITION (2.99 VALUE) $1.99 REYNOLDS BARBQUE (2.99 VALUE) $1.99 Yacht Chqir, Jr. .V.ifP.A-, '-i!iif?'-r~'«':<!•:;'':•' (T.49 Value) Each CHARCOAL CHARCOAL IQUETS Pkg. ARMOUR BANNER SLICED EACO ARMOUR STAR SLICED CELLO PKG. SKINLESS ARMOURtSTAR SLICED BACON Lb.. Lb. 2Lb. Cello Pkg. 59c WEINERS CALF 67c LIVER 1.29 STEW •a , *{^^ FRESH Ground 1 ..^ v c'"7^!a 1 \'1&.T%^ FROZEN FOODS DRISCOLL FROZEN Strawberries SILVER ; DUST !; 30c, Large Pkg. FLAKES Large Pkg. Large Pkg. For YOUR firs} 2 Qt, BOTTLES end labels • Name . Address Stole >'' 8 ' IMPERIAL OR DOMINO PURE CANE MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT 25c Off 6 Oz. Regular • Price Jar SNO.W BOY i ,'•* '\ :i ; :; f ,. > ,' i ^ 4?•>*".«# ^ , • FARM FRESH-PR^y|| " lj .' " ""• fdjt'^'^fy EVERBEST STRAWBERRY PRESERVES DR BUTTON'S HORSE MEAT . DOG FOOD MAYFIELD CREAM STYLE GOLDEN CORN EVERBEST HAMBURGER SLICED DILL 29c PICKLES i«o,.j w ' 21c DR. SUTTON'S HORSE MEAT & LIVER 29c DOG FOOD 2cZ29c POWDERED 2 c 3a °n 3s 25c MILK 300 Cans 1 Lb. Pkg. 37c WE'RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES! Picr-iY tjgfr-. t^j CELLO BAG HOME GROWN »—? . . r'rtxm*; .-^^^ : v- _ -'.•^ 5UNKIST * ' , . ICEBURG r f j J V "j v ?=•"(-*•

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