Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 9, 1954 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 9, 1954
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HOPE STAR, HOPf, ARKANSAS thutitiay, OOL'S IN - * And Iff Time Fbr '' f it f, Copyright 1949, T ho Krogor Co> NflGKjlQW TRAY PACK Stl CED • • • '•''' '' " '/if Lb. 1ST, CUTS JftER'CUTS ^/ LTI0RK Lb. Lb. OCEAN 23c PERCH 33c WHITING 5 . Lb. Lb. Box 45c DRESSED AND DRAWN SPOTLIGHT NEW LOW PRICE AVONDALE KROGER f TASTE BETTER J TOAST BETTER KROGER & PUDDINGS .Big regal beauties . . . bursting with nectar sweet juice! Crisp . . . fresh . ... firm ... a money saving buy! . LBs. ^'Washington Colorado Red Jumbo 48 size H£S 2 ubs 39c Potatoes 10 L bs53c LETTUCE 2 ' ' ' " • |A$$Y PEACH AND PLUM RESERVES * rf"Wr • .' - 4 24 Oz. Jar PlMM^P 4P% •' MR r f" f / - f r Only 25c 59c Free Whistle With Every Jar Kroger PEANUT BUTTER Packed in Special Glass Refrigerator Jar. Oz. Jar 20 PRESCOTT NEWS Barnes family Reunion Suckler Lake was the scene.Sun- ay September . 5, of the annual Barnes family reunion. Those eh- oying the fellowship were: Mr. and Ars. Vf. H. 'flai-nes; Mr. and Mts. talph Barnes; James Barnes; Mr. hd Mrs. Foy Box; Mf; and Mrs. >. S. Carmatif Larry and Sharon; VIr, J .B. darmah; . Mr. J. W.. Gfimcs, Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones hdHarold; Mrs. Sam Jones and s hcnea; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth jedbcttcr; Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Montgomery; Mr. and Mrtfv Dick jtewart. Bill, Gary and Mary <atc. Mrs. Juanita Taylor, Wanda, Bobbie, William and Nancy! Mr. nd Mrs. Watson Travilloli. Benie and Jay;" Mr. and Mrs;-Arnold Iteele, Jerry, Ray, ' Linda, and lob'ert; Mr. and Mrs. Kverctte Varcl, Sandra and Susan; Mrs. Iluth Ward all of Prescott; Mr. and /Irs. Ralph Montgomery of Hope; ilr. and Mrs. Ben Grimes, Barara and Mclba ot Magnolia; Mr. nd Mrs. S. R. Ward of Willisville; Vliss Margaret Ward, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Sanders, Kay and Jimmy; Vtr .and Mrs. J. L. Ward of Little lock. Jim McKcnzle Entertains " • Jim McKcnzio entertained with a party at his home on Saturday vening. During the evening games and dancing were enjoyed. Refreshments were served from a table on the patio. The guest list included F,d Bry- spn, Marion Buchanan, Carl Dalrymple, Virginia Ann Hays, Martin ilbert, Amelia Harrell, Jim Wdrthington, Ginger Cruse, Rita Warren and Johnny Langley. ' Class Reunion A reunion.of the 1953 graduating class of Pfescott High School was held on.Saturday night in the home of Clyde Watson Buchanan. Those attending were: Paul 6eck Tommy Cox, Jo Carrington, Sue Clark;, Joah Gilbert, ;Jamcs Haynie, inia- ! Johnson, Wayne Kirk, had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and|Nancy and Frances of El Dorado Mrs. W. D. Hulsey, Sue and Tom- were the weekend guests of Mr. my Hulsey of Washington. Mr. and ,Mrs .R. A. Schroldcr of Fayetteville were the weekend guests of Mrs. Wayne Eley and Mr. 'and Mrs. E. E. Bomar Jr. and Mrs. Bob Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jones of Camden, were the guests Sunday of Mr. arid Mrs. J. W. Grimes. Mr. Minto McGill and Miss Sarah Jane McGill of Chidester were the Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs: J. A. Cole. Friends of Mrs. J. V. Fore will be glad to know she has returned o her home after being a patient n St. Michael's Hospital, Texar- ?,,r5r »ilf n ttnKhv ' TrT M Hn C " d ****** ° f June Hilton, Bobby Joe Martin, !j 0 hn<;nn .Mrs. Clarence Gordon Jr.-, arid Jack of Little Rock were the we'ek- Louise Martin, Charlie Milam, Jack Robcy, William Roy Stovall, Jop O'Stecn, Ernest. Howard Pcachey, Jackie and Caroline Tippctt; Viola Webb and Gary Barharh of Smackover who moved before graduation. Among those from out of town who attended the funeral services for Sidney T. GCG on Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones ot Camden;" Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Scott of Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Will Ed Wallcs and children, Mr and Mrs. Ben Walles and children and Mr. Cereal Munn of Hope, Mr. and Mrs. L. Pledger, Mrs. Bess Walles iot Fordycc, Mr. and Mrs. T. Home of Magnolia, Mr. and Mrs. William Hays .and son of Okolona and Rev. Joe Magce of Fordyce. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Purcell and daughter of Benton were the guests | Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hale. MfS - Cpl. and Mrs. Clarence III and Deborah Ann have returned . to Fort Hood after a visit with 'i:Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gordon. : Mrs. Gordon Danner, Betty and- Pvt. Joe Don Dariner were . the weekend guests of W/O and Horace Greeii at BoonGville. Top Ra«pd Programs NEW YORK (M — Delected programs tonight: WBC -H- 6 Roy Rogers' Western; 7 Searhsl Pimpor- nal drarta; fl:30 jack Pickcns 3\*i :r -<|BjS 5 Tennessee Ernie; 6:£0 ifhjttfs Rich;! 7:30 Jack Carson. Mr 0 Jack'Grct'son Hour; 7:30 Park Concert. MBS 6 tective Drama: ; '0:30 Crime, i, Slate's Attorney. 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Will Ed. Davis visited Mr. nnd Mrs. K. E. Davis during the weekend. Mrs. F. O. Gunlher; ^Misses Marilyn and Judith Gunther and Joe P. Pcavler have returned to Ok- mulgce, Okla. after a weeks visit with Mi-, and Mrs. Fred Write. Mr. and Mrs. Gene ; Halc, Pat and Gene Jr., were the Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hankins at barren. Mr. and Mrs. Harold' Rix and Cynthia Ann of Arkadelphia have been the guests of Mrs. Cleo Hines. BK5UUR CAMAY ' ' ' O 1 * •Bars- '*M TIP! Pkg. 30c CHEER Pkq. 30c Jars PATH CAMAY ' ''"Bars 25C 30c SPICANPSPAN Pka. ^ '.^Z5C SMAtt JOY Special ' OUC P&GSOAP 3 For 27C WAX PAPER 29c Cut Rite Pkg. SPRY 3 Lbs. 95c LUX FtAKES Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hamilton COFFEE FOLGERS AND MAXWELL HOUSE .'eS- 1.07 CORN MAYFIELD Yellow Cream Style Cut Green BEANS HARTEX 303 Car, PURE LARD WILSONS 8 Bucket L83 4 Carton 89C FRE ZERT Gallon TUNA FISH SOUTHERN STAR; 21e Can CHERRIES Crystal Red Sour Pitted 45c MILK PET and CARNATION 4 Large AtLf* Cans *+3C Camp Fire Pork & Beans 6 49c AUSTEX BEEF STEW No. 300 Can 25c BEANS K. W. Small and Tender Lb. 21c GRAPES RED TOKEY 2Lbs. 25c Tomatoes Vine Ripened 2 Lbs. 29t Bananas 2 1 l Lbs. 25t TERRYLAND SWEET MILK PUTTER MILK G«. 25c GROUND Ib. 33c T-Bpne, Siloin STEAK Ib, 45c PICNIC L b 39c WHOLE CURED HAM tb59c CHUCK ROAST Ib. 33c Mrs. L. L. Buchanan -and Mrs. Matthews were the Friday uests of 'Mr. and Mrs. -V. T Vortham in Gurdon. Mrs. Roy Duke has returned from 'ayetteville where she attended Home Demonstration meeting. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Woosley, Mr nd Mrs. Jim Worthington were he guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Quay Worthington in Hot Springs. cana. Legal Notice No. 2638 In the Circuit Court b£ Hcmpstead County, Ark. J. O. Luck ............. ... ...... Plaintiff vs. Universal Realty and Investment Company ...... Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant. Universal Realty ; and Investment Company warned to appear in this court within thirty days and ; :answcr the complaint of • thc;Plainti.ff,."j: O. Luck. ; Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 1 1 day of September '1954. (SEAJJ) Garrett Willis Clerk. W: S. Atkins, Attorney for Plaintiff John P. Vesey, Attorney ad Litem Sept. 2, 9, 10, 23 Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Embrey, ED JUSTUS STUDIO I have moved my studio .to 109 S. Elm Street (Formerly Keith Jewelry Location) Phone 7-3890 HOTEL BARLOW Welcome To Our Air Conditioned COFFEE SHOP Hours are ... 6:30 a. m. to 2 p. m. 5:30 p. m. to 8 p. m. Open 7 days a week Comfortable rooms for permanent guests. Rates you can afford. Make your borne at tHe BARLOW. Shop and S<av§ dfePiggly Wiggly With These,Eyery Day Lc^y Prices! STEW MEAT Ib, 19c W| DELIVER SUPER MARKET DIAL 7-4501 CHICKEN OF THE SEA TUNA 39c Can SALAD BOWL SALAD DRESSING 16 Oz. Jar 9 Oz. Pkg. AUNT ELLEN'S Pi DO 17c SUNSHINE HYDROX COOKIES 38c 12 Oz. Pkg. MAHATMA MILLED RICE 15c 1 Ib. Pkg. PALMOLIVE SOAP Bath Size 23e CASHMERE BOQUET SOAP Bath Size 23c WASHING POWDER FAB Large Pkg. 30c SUPERSUDS 30c Large Pkg. SALAD BOWL SALAD DRESSING 49c 32 Oz; Jar SALAD BOWL SALAD DRESSING 18c 8 ; Oz; : Jar SUNSHINE HI-HO CRACKERS 33c 1 Lb. Pkg. 1 Lb. Pkg,, WATERMAID RICE 17c PAI^MOLIVE SOAP Reg. Bars 17c CASHMERE BOQUET SOAP 2 ./'• Bqrt I/ C • .{ . : \:'H'' , CRY§T|L WHITE Large Bars T7c WASHING POWDER VEL Large! Pkg. 30c Pint Bottle PUREX IQc ThurstJay, , 1954 HOP! ifAt* HOfl, ARKANSAS SHOP AND SAVE AT PIGGLY WIGGLY....DURING fHIS GIGANtlC . WEGIVES&H GREEN STAMPS UBLE STAMPS EVERY WEDNESDAY! Nickles and Dimes are big money at your friendly Piggly Wiggly Store during this big budget boostin' Nicklc and Dime Sale/You'll want to stock your pantry shelves with these fine-foods at these all time low prices. LOOK WHAT A tylCKLE; AND DIME WILL BUY! LOOK WHAT A NICKLE WILL BUY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AND REFUSE SALES TO DEALERS, DEL DIXI WHITE HOMINY KRAFT SALAD • MUSTARD HEADSTART '. '•'"'.' DOG FOOD WALDORF TOILET TISSUE PETER PAN T.OILET SOAP 300 Can 6 Ozi Jar 300 Can Reg. Roll Reg. Bar YOUR CHOICE BEST MEAT IN TOWN ,-, i ,;j|.*-:< ur V GROUND BEEF SMOKED HAMS FRANKS ,v WHOLE OR HALF Swifts Premium Cello Pkg. Lb. LOOK WHAT A DIME *<t.i ri'i^l ** •* "^TO j/J |«»,| * ft,Y^T I Lit* 1 CELERY BEANS HI-C 4 ', ORANGEADE CAMPBELL'S TOMATO JUICE ,. MAYrtl ELD YELLOW P 12 pz. &"' 13 6z. Can '303 Can YOUR CH<f 303 Can DELCO ALASKA PEAS SA)<ET t BLACKEYE, CREAM OR CROWDER PEAS 300 * Con LITTLE MILL TURNIP, MUSTARD or KALE , 303" • Can "APCO'CUT GREEN BEANS VIENNA SAUSAGE 303 Can Reg. Can BEST PRODUCE IN TOWN COLORADO BELL PEPPER 9c 15c TOKAY GRAPES SUNKIST FROZENFOODS LMONS w^i&t !>< Is* 1 1* KITCHEN PRIDE FLOUR ARMOUR'S SHORTENING -^ • STRAWBERRIES *.*• 27 'c 3 Lb. Ctn. WELCH FROZEN GRAPE JUICE oW» *WWL"r «^« ^ ^ u '<i K > " CCKEAL BOWL BUD V

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