Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 23, 1954 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 23, 1954
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^ u P £ STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday; September 23, UN , » Cotttthtted tt-eftt PAge 6fti l>aos ahd Cambodia. , it al&j voted ?-3, with 5 atfeffrv titfns, to ptit on the agenda I-.- dotiesia's request for Assembly action oft Western New Guinea, held by 111* Netherlands and- claimed Australia, which holds Eastern New Guinea, Britain and France voted agiSlttsl the ite.-h. Chihfc, do- lombia, Iceland, tlie United Statfes and the Dttteh Assembly president. lCd N. Van Rlgf/ens, abstained Vart fclejtens heads tthe eommit- ' - • ' • No Date oft Continued from Page One" dayS fhay , be required a decision is reached in matter." he ' hud indicated earlier that expecting irifitrtictibns fri6- frlStti Knowtand and Sen. Johnson of Texas, the Democratic leader-, to issue n formal call for the Senate to convene. He waited in, his office 'ifttil late last nicthtj to ,hear from" Knowland. i Trice's announcement appeared' to eliminate the possibility that' the Senate will be tailed back orij Se£t.29, a date that had b&en Damages o Brick Building LITTLE .ROCK (ff) — A bolt of lightning tore a huge chunk out of a brick WrirehouSi wall early today, ruining an estimated 15,000 bushes! 61 ffa'ts and causing some $25.000 damage. The damage^ was estimated by C. C.' Ealy, sales manager of the W. B. Coaer Co.. owner.of the warehouse. A chunk 00 feet by 15 feet whs torn out of the warehouse, which houSed dbch.it 80,000 bushels of widely mentioned at the Capital ear l!er. Senate leader? must give five tlays advance notice in calling a session. finest fryers at the LOWEST PRICE! Lb. Tender Whole Birds. GEDBOLOGNA Vpfr", , t u T r -T Swift Premium or ' Arkansas Maid. Lb. Capital Pride or Morning Glory Lb. Roll Center • First Cuts Lb. Q^ O/C '. I,! Pah ReadiS- Cuts Lb. Lb. 17c H SHRIMP Medium size Florida Pirik Shrimp. 11 Copyrighi 1949. Th? Krotjei Co. Lb. Box , Jiirnbo Heads Perect for Salads or Sandwiches. Heads •T*,js * *"• $®1 m.wf>i DELICIOUS JUMBO 3$ SIZE PASCAL TOusSSc CELEfcY 2 F o r 25c FLORIDA DUNCANS ..^ . \9c GRAPEFRUIT2 for 25c > 2 ^ 25c Pf 59c SUGAR BROOMS Each 2 Rol PURE CANE 89c KROGER BRAND 1,19 BUNDED JUICE 46 Oz. ^ No. 300 GOOD QUALITY. STANDARD «. 2lc TOMATOES ^. cans MADE WITH 100% PURE CANE SUGAR ' mi -..».. 30c KROGER BREAD 2^ DILL, KOSHER DILL or CRISP SOUR PICKLES 3 £.89c LIBBY PICKLES Jar JN'lACH BA5- SAVE 10? CHICKEN OF THE SEA. 8"%S9o TUNA FISH No. i Can Brand, , Creamy, 190*. Jar 46 Oz, Can 29 23 Lbs. w^'^^V-;, REPHAN'S Come in and see the new Fall and Winter me'r- chaHdise" we Haye for the entire family, and more arriving daily. You'll like the money saving prices at Rephan^. Use Our Ldy-Awdy Plan LADIES NEW FALL SUITS We have a complete stock of these new fall aricl,.winter suits in ihe smartest styles and newest colors in all sizes. $16.98fo Ladies New Fall Just the .styles you will want for fall and winten Newest fall materials. New fall colors. Complete range of sizes. $4.98 to $14.98 Ladies New Fall These new coats and toppers are in gabar-, dine, all wool and part wool; Smart styles and rieWest fall colors. All sizes. $32,50 • Ladies NeW FALL HATS Smartest fall styles arid new colors to select from. All sizes. $2.98,o $4.< • Ladies Plaid BLOUSES These are in beautiful plaid cdlors. For Western wear. $1.98 Girls 8 to 14 ... 1.79 Ladles Fall SKIRTS New fall .skirts in all colors. Sizes 24 - 30. $3L9J3 -and $4.98 Other Skirts . . . 2^0 Men's Fall Crease resistant rayons, gabardines, wools, and tweeds. Solids ond $tripes in q eornplete range of sizes. $498 to Men's New Fatt SPORT SHIRTS These pre jn Wings and Guymont. Charhbrqy^ Gabardine, Rayons and wasqable cottons. Solids, piaids and figures, $1.98 ,o $4.98 Boys' Cowboy BOOTS Th'ese are BRONCO Brand boots in ton with brown and black with white. Sizes up to 3. .98 ,a $6.98 Men's Wrangler Jeans and Shirts The original Wrangler jeqns and shirts that are worn by top Rodeo stars.. AH si?es. SHIRTS .... $2.98 . $3.49 Men's New These new fdjl felts hciye just arrived. : ; The Ipteit sty^s; arid smartest colors for fall. $1.98 o^ $4.98 Lee Hats .. $7.50 to $10.00 Boy's BLUE JEANS Plain or Western style jeans in all sizes, Icjeal for school, and the rodeo. $149 to Men'* Western Thes«! W^tern hots, pre n? sye^e; felt, Sijes 6V* tg 7%. Just the hpts for the Rodeo. $2.9'8 and $4^8 Boys ...... 'l.49 ^^^P T§F' ' -BMi^^^^P ' ' SBHB -^^BP tjplPK HPJP ?P^ff flIPIP ^ j^Py\ * ^^BBJP^ HOPE'S FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STORE ' ~~ <-. 'i • r * v * i IT "" , »rt "i'.'<- M *n» v£ty\A\ ' •- ,.','. ' : A ,-x'' W •; f?- f rrifrs ddy, -Serjtefrtbor-53, 1954- MOM STAR ARKANSAS ' Calendar Thursday September 23 Mope Country Club Ladies Bridge luncheon for Thursday, September 23 will be invitational. Those planning to bring guests call Mrs. Terrell Cornelius at 7-2227 or Mrs. Fred at 7-2456 by Monday after- Bee-T~ Mite Bettle and Termite Control Service Owned and Operated by *" Guy Grigg Hope, Arkansas Phone 7-3445 109 S. Main All Customers are Insured Home," and silver tea in the home Study Courso will be held at 10 a. | ers, will present Mesdamcs John n Thursday at the Home EC. Cot-' Pierce, W. M. Reinhardt,' Sam Hue- age Mrs. George Peck is in charge ;kabee, and Fred Glanton m-n -"~ Ahe program. The theme of the i ed dscussion entitled •-'t»»'"»"=« \|AIN ^COUNTRY CLUB RDS. 'Men . . . Love . . .and War — She Took Theiri In Stride! Joan LESLIE Forrest TUCKER "FLIGHT Always A Color Cartoon SUN.&MQN. • SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. 29, at Hotel Barlow at 12:30. Oldest Baptist Agencies Merge &nd ovet Hoping personnel. The plan must bo approved by Baptist Convention oon September 20. Saturday Sfcptember 25 , ... _. The Music Makers will meet With I - _ ;the Amei.can Sandra Hobbs ori Saturday morning i NEW YORK 'ft —Two of Amen-j next May. 'ca's oldest Baptist mission agen-i The two agencies employ more cies the is2-yenr-oW Homo Mis-j than 1.000 missionaries in the 77-yoar-old I United States, Alaskti. Cuba, Haiti, ut 10 o'clock. Senior Ladies Auxiliary Meets » ' |sion Society and the | Woman's Home Mission" Society arc merging. I present. Plans cull for a single missions to eliminate duplication c s circle 5 ot the First f Mrs. George Bowers, 216 Sharp i.Methodist Clv.ii'ch will meet Mon- tvenue, imd Mrs. Walter Tale, Ta-, clay| September 27, at 7:30 p. m. in c Street, Fairview, Thursday, Sep-itho home Of Mrs. d. T. Cannon, ember 23, from 2:30 p. in. until 9fl322 South Main, with Mesdames J. a. m. Jr. - Sr. High School P. T. A. W. Franks, Wilson. Jr., Jones and co-hostesses. Fourteen members of the Senior [Ladies Auxiliary of the Unity Bap- agency ! tist Church met at the church at 2 ; , lp. m. Monday to ; continue their slu-j dy on. the "Ministry of Visilation." |Bctty Faris. Nettie Rolhwell and Mrs. John Bill Jordan led the:Mrs. Thomas. group in the singing of several son-! The circle presented Mrs. West- gs. She was accompanied by Mrs. jerman with a golng-away gift. the piano. Fol- j Mrs. Tittle served refreshments Elder Howard to 13 members. Puerto Rico, Mexico, ftibar'agua and El Salvador. Bombay tenements average more than seven persons to a room, a ! United Nations survey reveals 'On si normal school day, more than eight, million U. S. children ride buses. John , The "White, pastor, led m prayer program leader, Mrs, Howard By- "Because Jes. program will deal with teen agers. '; us Cared," The devotional' will be All mothers are urged to come and | given by Miss Mary Louise Cope- ake part in the program. Friday September 24 The annual Music Club luncheon vill be held at the Barlow Hotel on Friday, September 24, at 7 p. m. A Western Dance for members of .the fifth and sixth grades will je held at the Country Club on Frilay night from.7:30 until 9:30. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Bryant and Mr. and James Pilkinton will be hosts. Saturday September 25 The Junior Woodman Circle will neet Saturday morning at 10 o'clock in the W. O. W. Hall. All of- 'ic'ers and members are urged to be The devotional was given by Mrs. Tom Anderson, who Used as her subject the 23rd Psalm. Mrs. Riley Lewallen gave the special. Elder White then conducted another in a series of discussions from the booklet, "The Ministry of Visitation." A short business session was held. | scott on Wednesday. land. A full attendance is urged for this meeting, and all members having a birthday in September are re- Mrs. Jesse' Sinclair gave the trea- minded to bring your birthday and surer's report, and read the mmu- wcight pennies for the Life Mem-ites of the last meeting. The group bership Fund. decided to send cards to members who were ill or who had had a Coming and Going Mrs. C. J. Rowe,. Mrs. J. B. Rowe, Mrs. J. B. Rowe, Jr., and children, Mrs. Lacy Rowe and son, James, Mrs. Loys Hampton and son, Donald, attended the opening of the Nevada County Fair in Pje- The Junior G. A.'s of the First Baptist Church will meet at the church Monday, September 27, at 4 p. m. for,a study of the manual. This is Promotion Day and all Sunbeams to be promoted to the G. A.'s are asked to be present. Monday September 27 The Unity Baptist Senior Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 2 p. m. Monday at the church. . Make the Diamond Your Headquarters while in Hope The Senior Ladies Auxiliary of the Garrett Memorial Baptist Church will have a meeting at 2 p. m. Monday, -September 27, at the church. At 7:30 Monday night, the Willing Workers Auxiliary of the Unity Baptist Church will have a meeting. Tuesday September 28 Kathleen Mallory Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday, September 28, at 7:30 p.. m. in the home of Mrs. Ed O'Gran, West Sixteenth street. Plan to attend the 3d District LIVESTOCK SHOW Sept' 27 thru Ocfr. 2 Meet'your friends at the DIAMOND CAFE & CAFETERIA The "Tinkle Belles,"' Intermediates G. A., will meet Tuesday, Sep tember 28, at 4 p. in. death in their family. Mrs. Howard White dir-niissed the group with prayer. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Bessie Mae Brooks, Hope, Miss Betty Allwhitc, Emmet, ilr. C. A. Williams, Hope. Wednesday September 29 The Junior R. A.'s will meet at the church Wednesday, September 29, at 6:30 p. in.: with' their counselor, Mrs. Roy Taylor. W. M. .8. To Have Meeting Monday The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church will meet at the churcn on Monday, September 27, tor a day of Instruction for new officers and leaders and members. Mrs. Roy Snyder- of Camden will teach this class which will begin at 10 a. m. At noort a potluck luncheon will be served. The afternoon session which will include an Installation service for new officers will begin at 1:15. • . • Every member of. the Woman's Missionary Society is urged to ati tend. Poplar Grove 196 ; Has Social On Tuesday nighfc September 21, members , of the local Woodman Circle, Poplar Grove 196, met in tHe home of •• Mrs. Clovid Tittle for a social meeting. Several games were played by the group, with prizes being won by Nettie Wiggins, Charlene Wiggins Tuesday September 28 The Cosmopolitan Club will meet Tuesday, September 28, at 7:45 in the home of Mrs.. Jim Case. Mrs. Royce Smith will be co-hostess. 2:00 TODAY ONLY FEATURE TIMES 3:38 - 5:25 - 7:22 • 9:19 BY REFRIGERATION yr^ Wednesday^September 29 All members jjf th.e_ Hpije Feeder. tion o'f^G'ar'de'n^-QiiibsVwni meet for the annual fall luncheon September ARMY SURPLUS Folding Cots •' New G. l.i Field Shoes • New Navy Hip Boots. • New B-29 Army Field Coats • New & Used : Combat Boots • Guns •;'< Short and Lonn . • Gas Can>' • • Jeep Tops , • Cool Buckets.. ':.'•.'.• .'.'• : ; REAVES BARGAIN HOUSE and < ; PAWjKI^SHOP j ? -%cirbss troni^Post Office' r? John HODIAK • Barbara BRIHON • Bruce BENNETT • NEWS ./ • "RAILBIRDS ALBUM" • "MILLION DOLLAR PLAYGROUND" • FRI.&SAT. • TRIPLE PROGRAM • Crackling Thrills Only 0. HENRY Could Write! "BLACK EAGLE" The Story of a Horse! CHAP. 3 OF SERIAL & COLOR CARTOON SUNPAY & MONDAY SPENCER TRACY f RICHARD WIDMARK JEAN " PETERS R01IRT WAGNER Branch Admited: Mrs. O. C. Cook, Texar <ana. Lehman Auto Supply 215 S. Mftlrt Hb|ft 1 'PHtfti/ Call or Writs f*«rry HiflteJ fbr Home OetWmstratleW KV fa HAIR STYLES to hvatch the fashion, personally arranged by * . < • • Mary Mamm ,-, • • Edna Brooks • Diane Beasley at.MARY-EDNA BEAUTY SHOP 116.S. Elm Ph. 7-2615 Relieve Suffering Fast-Effectively with \ 4' i iv/h?n Wl is tne seaspn \ ' ( Gnd fashion's the reason s and you're wearing our luscious ' new spice shades, how could yoy resist the temptation of i * perfume 2.50 to 50, cologne 2. to 10, JOHN P, COX C$UG CO. Agency Phone 7*461$ er 7^<H7 &&.:'' i-. 1 ^-./^'%*. ALLEN ELECTRIC C 9 ANNOUNCES A NEW POLICY! Now you can have your Home Rewired to meet modern conveniences and new fixtures. All on 12 Easy Payments No Carrying Charge-10% Down Payment Balance Monthly We cowboy bobts'foif chi Idren," ; Just colors you will want, ' * * * , "*> Ladies' Bocis Men 8.95toii9 J '• ij ^ , Children's Boots .. 4,95 fc .»Pi *i**l ,uf 4»P>iJ.lj ' W m. «.k« ^WlVVfii.-*' We.hcjvjs' Hats; J women DEPARTMENT STORE -^ T,, B/g/ 16-Inch ZIPPER CARRYALL No sag ^^79 'frame . . ^aT~*~ Choice of color. «*-- l i. JOHN P. (OX DRUG (0. DIAL 7-4616 or 7-4617; WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS, Ak ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & Si Bsf kWA • 16-ounce bottle (Limit i) . Kick-Off Buy FOOTBALL Nail SALE OF SCHOOL -"til Sweetheart MELCALOSE Tablets Constipation teliei 65 ANAHIST Bottle o{ 40 tablets BARBASOL _I ; KQ C Nursematic Complete Shave Cream . ..... • • ** ww 4 or 8-ounce ........ ?AYER ASPIRIN > ic c QMVE OIL For'children- 15s ..... **'* p eg 03g impoiled 6-oz OCTIHE EYE DROPS Soothes, refreshes V4 oz Boys for PICITO .. - ?€„,., . . T.... . ,. ,„.„.,,„.. ,. •.-.„•, cQ£ O R c Dish Cloths-Beg.! 10 Knitted (Limit 2) EX-LAX LAXATIVE " « t Chocolated 48s *"*"' Norwich.' 4 Sz bottle ,7 Flexies Razor Blades M QC Petrggafcr Laxative Poubleedge Po.cHof25.TV A)l nunib^ pint bottle R!(j FOR COUGH3 (Dye to colds) 3-ounces ^ "Your i;jf«" Rhoto A to 16 •v Glycerin & AQc hand lotion 4-PZ 39 1 'M5I • — ^ IjflWlJIH..^ & 7 ^ *A W J5s SOOAMINT TABLETS ooc Peg £96. Bottle pi 1QQ , , d&^ SPRITS y»#tps 35? 49 s VICKS M«W- Ww .^'i*' 1 ' .. NW* t'O? WS

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