. HOPt >f AK» MOFt, ARKANSAS Thumtoy, August 26, 1954 YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES ECONOMY PACK 2-RING 98c Value 430 Sheets PAPER Reg. $3.49 •Value '' zit I 'Thursday, August 26, 19S4 H0f»f STAft, HOPt, AftKAMSAS REPHAN'S WESK END SPECIAL VALUI Ladies Summer DRESSES One big rack. Values to 10.98 Give "S&H" Oreen Stamps * DOUBLE "S&H" GREEN STAMPS .EVERY WEDNESDAY WITH PURS' CHASES OF $2.50 OR MORE. Reg.2;49 Value 'JEMIMA'S WHITE •V 25 Lb. Bag iH l -H » AQUR'S VEGETOLE '" - ' - ' t ***' Kft^";;.-'', v •; &PEACH 3 Lb. Ctn. ia •\/* 12Oz. Jar FROZEN PA SCO * * if \ H**<? <; !,»H«irf™». , J. No. 300 Can 1 Lb. Cans C PICTSWEET FORDHOOK ^ EM M tm jn ^M ..... < • < PICTSWEET 6 Oz. Can lOOz. Chi. 100*. Ctn. VVOODEN-AND-PLASTIC -12 Inch Length RULERS ,5 - lOc GEM CLIPS 9c SISSORS 15c PRANG. • - . ' r WATER COLORS 8's 59c PENCILS : 2 for 5c & 5c PRQ-TRACTOR lOc MAP PENCILS 8's 15s THUMB TAG KS 1 Oc MOVIE-SIAR - ' -: i • TABLETS 10-15 -25c BEGINNERS • . ; •',.'. GUM . ' REINFORCEMENTS 5c INK AND PENCIL ERASERS 5c 8PEOER MUCELAGE lOc BINDERS From 98c to $2.98 2- RING NOTE BOOK "' ' m BINDERS 25c-35c-49c NOTE PAPER _ __ PAPER 5-10-25-49 &98c •MASTER . «,FILLER PAD 25c COIL BOUND ' "•''•-._-«•. Composition Books 10-15-25c SPIRAL in IK' *%C Composition Books 1Q-15-25C MA S NfLA PAPER 10 - 20c TYPEWRITER « «i- PAPER 10-15 &25c CONSTRUCTION ' • •' PAPER 10- 15c NOTE BOOK DRAWING PAPER 10-25c UNRULED FILLER PAPER 10 - 25c ^WEAREVER ' ' FOUNTAIN PENS 50c VARITUBE PASTE lOc CRAYALOS 10-15-25-59C HOME GENTEH VALJJES - Plus 59c Tek DeLuxc Tooth Brush LILT WOODBURYS $1.50 Size C ' Plus Tax $1.00 Value Ti^ $1.23 Size Tax GARDEN FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES I CALIFORNIA FANCY \*'6et-i Carrots 2 Bags IDRflQN ITT PORTION IOICE CENTERS SUNKIST Lb. WHITE ROSE Lb. Lb. We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities ROUND BEEF ivy MEAT T / > ' A* .*• 4.98 summer D alues to 5 ' 2.98 Other summer Dresses Values to 5 98 Children's Dresses Summer fcotlon dresses to close out Men's Fall Suits New suits in smart styles for fall. Now only 24.50 Boys Sport Shfrfs Short sleeves. Sizes 6 to 16. Values to 1.49. Now only . Rocks Again Win, Cling to Sixth Spot i j| By The Associated Press I 88c 1.49 Children's School DRESSES In sizes 3 lo H. 139 to 3.98 MEN'S SLACKS A wonderful valur. 1 . Values to 6.98 now 3 QQ .00 on sixth by stopping Chnttnnoogn Henley's homer, No. 0 for the 24-year-old Pel, wiped out a 5-3 Atlanta load and enabled New Ot- Jerias to even the four game series at one-all. The two pennant contenders finish their New Orleans series tomorrow night rncl : mec, for the final time in a sot at . -, 'Atlanta next week. g i Ccnlcrficlder Gail Henley of New! A two . run homer by Hal Simp Orleans is having his poorest sea,son in six years of professional i baseball, but the hit he got last , .light may have been the deciding iblow of the 1954 Southern Association pennant battle. Houlcy, who is oalting only 227, had jionc hillcss 12 straight times i Alien ho stopped into a fifth in- inini; pilch by Atlanta's Virgil Jes- itiu-r The result was a three-run ! homer which lifted the Pels to an U;-j victory and boosted their lead |o\cr the second place Crackers to 12'-.. Barnes. ; Third - place Birmingham re- !m,:Jiii:-.l nine games off the pace by i downing Mobile <3-3. Nashville 'clii.ibL-d to two games out of the fdlar by blanking Memphis 4-0 il.tlU'j Hock took a firmer grasp Ladfcs Cotton PLISSE SLIPS Nylon Irim. T.29 BOYS 7 JEANS These are;8 oz., zipper fly, brass rivets, heavy pockets. very; low price. MEN'S PANTS Cotton cord and seersucker Values lo $4.00. Now 2.98 Boys' Sport Short sleeves, for early school wear. Values to 1.98 v,, and triples by Harry Brigh and Jacks Crawford along with some wildness on the part of Chat tanooga pitchers gave Little ROCK its third straight victory over the Lookouts. Chattanooga used iou pitchers, Little Rock two. Slubb Ovcrmire was the winner. MiKe Dzingelowski was charged With tne ss The Travs were outhit 13 10 but aided by eight bases on ballt.. "SUPW.RISHt" HEAVY CAW loss. were Each team made two errors and 21 runners were left stranded, a of them from Little Rock. ROUND STEAK "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY Count on A&P_ MONEY-SAVINGBUYS IN EKRY OffMflBNT „.. Super-Right MEAT Money-$«v«if!i : • wMO»m".'w!£ff»i" : M ROAST Most Cars California leads the states with about 0.5 million motor vehicles. 1. Attenistmnt From where I sit ...^ Joe Marsh Men'sSpos-i Shirts Regular 2.98 values .50 LADIES'SHOES One big table. Values to $5.00. Now How'to "Curry in a Hurry" Wliitey Fisher wins this week's From where I sit, if you really prize for in B enuily - drop by hi 8 want to be «Bhown how, just fine farm ami catch him in his cow take a Up from Whitey. He s a b ; ,rn and vou'H see what I mean. good farmer and a successful one. , .,. . „, „, Seom* Wutoy's W .£e got . new vacuum cleaner, so Whitey ....„„„ . Another fellow around here who can show you how to be a success in business is Andy, over at the 1. i YOUR FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STORE comb" for his cows. . Regulation .Program sppnsored He put a hose where the dust ^ y the Brewing Industry. And bus was and that's his sprayer. th ere'3 no cleaner place in town For currying, WHtey uses the 0 , an u, e Garden Tavern 1 brush attachment ynd vacuums his cows. "They're cleaner, they IcoU lu-iter ami I set the job done fa: icr," said Whitey. 63 I SIRLOIN STIAK ._,,,,«. 55* "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CALF *H%Jl RIB STEAK ".39* Lb. CHUCK iLAOl "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CALF HAMBURGER •Ml ACT "su« R - RIOHT " HEAVY CAU KUA* I SHOUlOtR "»• BACOM JOWLS PERCH (Copyrisht Arkansas Division, United States Brewers Foundation, 195-n SUPER RIGHT FRYERS RE5SED 47c FRESH DRESSED LB. JUtl IIICIO T.'Tr.r tb. CALIFORNIA RIO OSO PEACHES WE DELIVER & SUPER MARSCE" DIAL 7-4501 LOOK! WE WILL SAVE YOU MONE THIS WEEK AND EVERY WEEK FOLGERS and MAXWELL HOUSE SLICK LINE OF FRUITS THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES SUNKIST 300 SIZE LEMONS Lbs. Lb. 4* on CALIFORNIA BARTLET 25C PEARS • n 4'DOZ. SIZE " 1§C LETTUCE Lb. WHITE ONIONS 1 LC. CAN DIAMOND NAPKINS 'SO in Box SUC Del Monte and Libby's Fruit Cocktail 303 Cans Pel and Carnation MILK 45c FRF. - ZERT MELLOR '/2 Gal (on LOOK! NEW LOW PRICE -FOLGER'S F ee EC Lb. Can 1.12 SILVER MIST — IN PILLOW CASE Star Kist and Chicken of the Sixi EXTRA •Special CAMP FIRE Pork & Beans A 1 Lb O Cuns FROZEN FOODS Orange Juice 27c Cans Strawberries 10 Oz. 1 Boxes CORN MAYFIELD. Yellow Cream Style Lb. Sack (25c COUPON IN EACH SACK) 1. EXTRA SPECIAL MILK 2 25c MAX3NE (MADE BY SWIFT & CO) 10 Bars OKRA « 2 Lbs. Count on A&P's Money- SPARKLE SHERBET MIX SPARKLE ICE CREAM MIX ANN PAGiir''" 5 " i; : . ..' "•'•'•BLACK PEPPER ANN PAGE SALAD MUSTARD ANN PAGE GARDEN RELISH ANN PAGE SALAD DRESSING ANN PAGE SANDWICH SPREAD ANN PAGE MAYONNAISE CARROTS FRESR '." ' "--'- '< PRUNES Lb. Lb, HEAD- Lb. Pkg. Lb. •M v 25* DOG 3 '•"'•' nrt DOLE OR DEL MONTE Pkg,. 25' PINEAPPLE JUICE LISBY'S 2-ox. Con 2-lb. ....Jar W.'X 29< TOMATO JUICE 25* 23' 49< 35< . Jor Quart .....Jar "2 AAA Qua 29* .. rt ..* FOLGER'S ADMIRATION MARYLAND CLUB .Can SWEET POTATOES Ib. FRESH IblOc COOKIES CRISPO MACAROON WAFERS WILSON'S CERTIFIED VIENNA CHUCK Fresh Peaches Elberta 2 Lbs, Lemons Sunkist Lb, 14c Tomaioes Nice and Firm 2 Lbs. C TERRYLAND Sweet Milk Gallon '2 Gallon 25c DECKERS You Save 25c on this Buy Bacon Esi Fine lor Boiling Lbl GROUND rl fe£? Lb. FRESH Lb. CHOICE GRADE. SIRLOIN or T-BONE Lb, DIAL SOAP JL Regular Bar*.., Palmolive Soap Regular Ban 234 MIXED ALL MEAT 2 Stew Meat Ub. 19c Ground Beef 3 Lbs. 89c Chuck Roast Lb. 29c T-Bone, Rib and Sirloin Lb. Prices far FrWey, 37th 0n4 , August 2?th ' J& ^^15 AGE Lb. FRESH DRESSED Lb. GROCERY & MARKET 111 South Mgin Phone Cashmere Bouquet Regular Bar* , Giant Size A-JAX DIAL SOAP 2 Both lor» < 334 Jqne Parker. ANGiL . fOOMpt Palmolive Soap 3 Bath Bart... 344 MNI PARK« > , ' H " WHITE BREAD —' . M ,| JANI PABKW Cashmere Bouquet) UYERCAKE PIVU'I F09P „,. Bath Swr» . Giant SUe 14rQ(. Cqrton. Woodbury Soap It^vlar »«" ** TREND CINNAMON ROLLS JANJ PARKER PEACH PIE ., f mfjmjfm l| f 9J •*i-v'wvM«t«,> ( " ^ANI PA8KW VIENNA Olant »U« 't l , Woodbury Soar flTf , /*•*!* lothlw : J I l »4x. ^mmiiiiiu i i .
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