Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 30, 1954 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 30, 1954
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> ; A K i H 0 P t , ARKANSAS Thursday, September 30, 1954 H^ 3&t_lJh- <. M r{ J>i *insdme blonde to get ready for *'a Mnderful Christmas" today. A pafty is planned arotind the family's gaily decotnlcd Christmas , Neighbors ihave been hiding sifts for, Linda at a nearby food store. Anderson, n neighbor, vnll fis Santa's stand-in and carry Jhe pack. fftfe Mory, of Linda'? illness has spread afai. Toy-3 and cards from all parts at the nation are arriving at her home. School children fiom thjs ImmeHiate arej also at" doing their bit. Children from the Mc.n- i>oe school ki nearby Davenport glan to visit Lttida tottay. A Brownle troop presented her With a doll tittd several sets of doll clothes. b taking- It all "just won derfully well," say her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert CarRill. "She turns on a sniflc. says she's fine *nd gives thanks to all." * Linda's brothers, Robert 5, Tony fi, also lilw this ChHFtinas in September. BUt they don't know their sister expires. B You Since 1896 %MlE DBLIVgRY — DIAL 7-4431 "^ ... . tl ".**-.. i -L-£^L t*—~-j~^^***^*mmm^m*tft***^***^ i *£ fmiim lOCLb rp from Tidwell's Irrigated Gardens i a v; * i is1< iirnip Greens 2 Bun. 19c h ~* *>•*» '. -• - ft 2 ^ lye totatoes **"'' ^ ' ___ ^. Ba iiqnqs _ ^^ ^^ 2 i bs 2pc HOME FURNISHED Your home furnished with your choice of $2,000.00 worth of ^ fine furnishings. W , 16 Foot ^ THOMPSON THOMBOY and pUTBOARD MOTOR Beautifully upholstered; lightweight, fully equipped. , COLLEGE EDUCATION For your son or daughter':] What you've always'wanted—what you've always wanted to do ... the answer to your heart's desire can be yours from Kroger. All you have to do is write your name and'address on ,an official entry blank (or reasonable facsimile) .and mall it to "HEARTS DESIRE" box 64, Little Ropk* Ark. The winner in each of the bin four prize groups will have their choice of a widely variety of "Heart's Desire" prizes ranging up to $2.000 cash value for the first prize. THIS IS.NOT A NATIONAL CONTEST.. IT APPLIES ONLY TO THE LITTLE ROCK BRANCH AREA IN ARKANSAS. r " ' So enter today, and enter often during Kroger's big sale— Last entry must be postmarked no later than midnight, Saturday, Nov. 6, 1954. • , .• . CHARGE ACCOUNT in | Any Little Hock Store $2,000.00 to spend any way you desire at the department store of your choice. All EXPENSE TRIP for TWO to HAWAII Spend two glorious weeks in the "Land of golden sunshine"! Stay at one of Hawaii's finest hotels! See beautiful Waikiki Beach! Travel ; by luxurions airline! 5^1.00 1.79 s«ck 1954 NASH METROPOLITAN Sparkling beauty, dashing performance combined in this wonderful car of ypur heart's desire! DON'T FORGET . . . YOUR KROGER COUPONS EXPIRE OCT. 2^ REDEEM THEM NOW KROGER BRAND odGradeBeef KROGER SLICED umdBeef 4 L*. 1,00 i yAc-PAc-iv^-iv..^ YELLOW PEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN 46 Oz. Cans No. 21 Cans 120z. Can? EATMQRE BRAND MARGARINE ockBgcon PUSH'S CHOPPED GOLDEN HOMINY CLING PEACHES . -" No. 303 $^ Cans Yl No. 303 Cans No,2i Cans 1 4 SPICY RICH 1 KROGER CATSUP 1 1 NORTH BAY GRATED TUNE FISH ARMOUR STAIl CHOPPED HAM SUNSWEET BRAND PRUNE JUICE PACKERS LABEL GREEN PEAS . . . . BETTY CROCKER 4 VARIETIES CAKE MIXES . . . . Lbs. 14 Oz. Bottles No.! Cans 12 Oz. Cans Quart Bottles No. 303 Cans Pkgs. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U. S, GOVERNMENT ORAPED BAPY BEEF ROAST Also RIB ROAST A b§Wer jjgff yplwe because all excess bone and fat is trimmed off before your roost is weighed Bat?y Beef Rib Roast 3 to 5 Lb. 43c Baking Hfns Frying Sjz§. Shoulder |oqst u 49c Select Oysters Lean and Fre$h Pyritan pirst Cuts, Hamburger ' u, 29c Slab Bacon Puritan Center CMt Le ° n Streaked. Slab Bacon u, 59c Salt Meat Pork Loin Roast u b 45c Skinkm Franks u b 47c BABY BEEF ROUND OR SIRLOIN Lb, fiQ C u, 39c pt 89c L b 49c ub 25c ljijijijiiijfiipfiQifpq^ Hears YOUR HEARTS DESIRE ENTRY BLANK , Mail to: "HEART'S DESIRE" I Little Roek, Ark. | Gentlemen: Here is my "Heart's Desire" entry. I understand this is valid only when i postmarked no later than midnight, Sat. Nov. 6, 1954. ' NAME.... : :.'..... ADDRESS '. CJTY , STATE I . (Please print) (,ara.e, fancy Louisiana sweet potatoes . .. fine , fried, or candied Lb 10( BANANAS GRAPiS ' IT'^pF ( 1 ^P^| m ^J^IBI^ Golden Ripe U. I. H9.1 ^^^ 10 . -2.fl? /rfjMr^-v^i! ^A Viw.^i^- f\ >.<,< Thursday, September-30, 1954 HOPt SfA*, HOM, ARKANSAS CIET:Y Phottft f-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. hostesses. Attractive arrangements I as president. She introduced Mrs. •of garden flowers decorated the^arold Brents, the incoming prcst- !spacious reception rooms. 'dent. Ai this time. Mrs. Ed .Ogran ! Mrs. Claude . Tflllery. chairman.' sang ''Thanks ,fie To God." She 'opened the meeting with the group \Vas accompanied by Mr. Hollaj singing "Trust ' and Obey" and rnbii. Mrs. Btents introducefl ttiC •Help Somebody Today" followed other new officers, who are as fol- Friday October 1 Hope Country - CKib open house vill be held for members and their bhildren immediately following the ght. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Helms, Jr., and Mrs. Thompson will be hosts . Evans, Jr., Sunday October 3 Sunday, October 3. the Primary by prayer. Following roll call and Mrs. Clifton Ellis, secretary, read the names of 18 members having a perfect circle attendance record lor the past qxiarter. These members were- asked to stand. Then members having had birthdays during the first quarter and September contributed their birthday and ope - Fordyce game on Friday ni-; and Junior Children of the Melho- weignl pennies to the Life dist Church will entertain their bership Fund. Cherry Invited fa Discussion BY REFRIGERATION * LAST DAY * — FEATURE TIMES — 2:00 - 3:36 - 5:31 - 7:26 - 9:21 OUTLAW STALLION OR RECKLESS BEAUTY? parents with a family party. At 5:30 families working together will Mem- :lows: 1st vice-president, Mrs. Lahroy Spates; 2nd vice-president, Mrs. Arch Moore; 3rd vice-president, Mrs. Eldridge Formby; slkretafyi Mrs. William Routon; treasurer! Mrs. Joe Reese; historian) Mrs. Early Archer; parliamentarian,' Mrs. Bert Retlig; . publicity, Mrs'.Haskell Jones. Then' the new presidents of the various clubs were introduced. During the business'session re-, ports were 'heard frorn Mesdames enjoy a treasure hunt followed by|* hn yo Jamcs Meyers , Fred supper on the church lawn and „._.„_ „„. ,„,,„ n.^**., si^no supper singing in the Sanctuary. Monday October 4 W. S. C. S. Circle 3 of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, October 4, at 3 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Garretl Story with Mrs. Stilh Davenport and Mrs. J. W. Henderson as co-hostesses. Hope Band Auxiliary will meet in Cannon Hall on Monday, October Glanton, and John Since four of the regular members are sponsors of the intermediate MYF and their sub-district meetings are on the same night each month that circle 5 has been meeting, it was voted to cooperate with them by changing the circle night to the third Monday In each month. New year books were given to those who had not already received one. Mrs. Jud Martindale, dressed in native costume and representing LITTLE R<*CK (UP) — Oklahoma agricxiitural officials have invited Gov. Francis Cherry of Arkansas to attend a regional meeting oh the drought relief program n .Oklahoma City at 10 a. in. Wednesday. Cherry 'received a telegram to- Sj'jf from Harold Hutton, president rf the Oklahoma state board of igficiilture. ken Francis, Cherry's pjcecutlve secretary, said State Sen. Marvin Melton of Jonesboro would represent the governor. . • • They were: Mrs. Cecil Eittle-;- Rose Gai'den Club; Mrs. J. 1. Lieblong '» Azalea Garden Club; Mrs. Crit Stuart, Jr. - Daffodil Garden Club; Mrs. B. L. Rettig - Lilac Garden Club;, Mrs. A. W. Martin - iris Gar* den Club; Mrs. Beverly Johnson Dahlia Garden Club; Mi's. Sam Strong - Gardenia Garden Clubl The following committee chairmen were announced: Junior Garden Club, Mrs. Carl Greenlee; Yard of the Month, Mrs. A, D. Middlebrooks, Jr.; Fair Park Bowie.-, 1 vard, Mrs. Steve Carrigan, Jr.;. Junior High Project, /Mrs. Lloyd Hospital Notes Julia Chester , Discharged: Mrs. S. L. Matt!sort, J Hosston, Mrs. O\ven .P. Neal. Rt. 5, Hope, Mrs. Hugh Laseter, Hope Chas. W. Key, Jr., Rt. 4, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. James D. McCorkle of Hope, Rt. 1, have a daughtei born at 2:05 p. m. Tuesday. Branch i Admitted: Mrs. Eldridge Cassidy, Hope. Discharged: Ezekiel Hunter, San Pedro, Calif. 4, at 7:30 p. m. The executive meet-1 Helen Bailey, a missionary in In-j.Kinard; Arkansas Fourth Commun-.' ing will be held at 7 o'clock. j^ia, announced that the study en- ity Accomplishment Contest, Mrs. Tuesday October 5 Popular Grove 190 Woodman CANYON Circle, will have its regular monthly meeting at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, October 5, at the W. O .W. Hall. | titled "Under Three Flags" would begin October 7, at 2 p. m. at the church. All circles will participate in this study which will be led .toning JOEL MeCREA MARI BLANCHARD 1. Late News 2. "Film Antics" 3. "Touchdown Highlights' FRI. & SAT. Big Triple Program W. S. C. S. Circle 5 Has Meeting ' W. S. C. S. Circle 5 of the First Methodist Church met Monday, September 27, at 7:30 p. m in the home of Mrs. G. T. Cannon with Mesdames Carl Jones. J. W. Franks, and John Wilson Jr., as co- Beverly Johnson. Mrs. Rettig presented Mrs. Hoi- lis Luck with a gift from the Federation for her work for the past- by Mrs. John Gardner, Jr. It was,two years. ?Tex Hits the High Rood to Action and Melody! TEX HITTER in "BULLETS FOR BANDITS" • ALSO • MAIN & COUNTRY CLUB RDS. ® Double Feature • • Tonight & Friday • BARGAIN NITES A Whole Carload for only 50c e ALSO « Chapter 4 of Serial, "MANHUNT IN'THE 1 AFRICAN JUNGLE" & COLOR CARTOON A tempest of furry, excitement & savage love! VERA RALSTON FRED MacMURRAY "FAIR WIND TO JAVA" TRUCOLOR Plus A Good Color Cartoon WELCOME TEX RITTER! SAVINGS! SAVINGS! SAVINGS! Up to 25% Discount on New SINGER SEWING MACHINES Walnut, mahogany/ and blonde console models. Plenty Portables. Priced to suit everyones needs. Small down \ payment, easy*Budget terms. Liberal trade-in \_ allowance. SINGER SEWING CENTER 108 S. Elm Hope, Ark. Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society, Omaha, Nebraska Needs two men to service our many policy holders, and to solicit new business in the Hope area. These men should have high school or higher education, and be willing to work. Experience not necessary. We are willing to train these men. Age 25 to 45, married, and bondabje. If you are this man and have to make a living, write your qualifications to Pistrict Manager, K. O. Burrow, P. O. Box 341, Arkadelphia, Arkansas ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. also announced that the joint meeting of the Woman's Society, October 11, would be at 3 p.m . The membership, visitation, absentee, and telephone committees were commended for the excellent work they are doing. A true missionary spirit was displayed at this meeting by all members bringing a generous amount of canned goods as an expression of love for one of the .members who nas had prolonged illness in her home. Mrs. Sam Strong, vice-chairman gave an interesting explanation o£ the circle programs we are to have this year after which Mrs. Howard Byers led a most informative and impressive panel discus sion entitled "Because Jesus C»red." Speakers on the panel were Mesdames John Pierce, Fred Glanton, Sam Huckabee, and W. M. Rcinhardt. A most inspirational devotional was given .by Miss Mary Louise Copeland. Her theme, "Ex cept the Lord Keep the City, and Build the House" was taken from the 127th. Psalm. The meeting closed with all repeating the circle benediction. The hostesses served a d.elicious dessert plate and coffee to; the 33 present, including one new member, Mrs. Dick Johnson, and one visitor, Miss Elena Fitzroy. There were 75 members present.' P. E. O. Sisterhood Meets In Kyler Home The P. E. O. Sisterhood Tuesday, September 28, in met the Relieve Suffering Fast-Effectiyfily with The Library of Congress has a| Farm fire's eath $$&t Papahese collection which totals lives and destrojr 80000 volums. dollars in properly. TURN UP 6URL for that, growing out stage.; jfcome Irt today . . . at MARV-E5NA 6EAUTY"sHOt> 115 S. Kim Ph. 7-2615 produced M i>i" • . Sff,i For Quality ond Beauty in Finest of WALLPAPER see us, Gunter Retail Lumber Co. Phone 7-3495 422 E. Div. ARMY SURPLUS Folding Cots • New G. I. Field Shoes • New Navy Hip Boots • New B-29 Army Field Coats • New & Used Combat Boots • Guns • Short and. .-'Long • Gas Can • Jeep, Tops , • Cool Buckets., • • '• REAVES BARGAIN HOUSE and , PAWN SHOP Across From Post Office home of Mrs. H. O. Kyler, Sr., Arrangements of fall flowers were used throughout the , entertaining' rooms. . Mrs. Jim McKcnzie, president, opened the meeting, and presided during the business session. Mrs/ Claude Nunn gave the devotional.. Mrs. Earl O'Neal had charge of the program, and also conducted a constitutional quiz. The hostess served a dessert plate to 13 members. Births Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. -Green, announce the birth of a son, Richard, Jr., on September 26, in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mrs. Green is the 'ormer Maureen Honea of Hope. Weddi,ns The marriage of Mrs. Berniece Clingan of this city, and Robert Edward Hays, Jr., of PrescoU, was solemnized on Saturday, September 25, at 3:30 p. m; with the Reverend Woodrow Smith, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Mineral Springs, officiating. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chaney of Dodge City, Kansas, will arrive today lor a visit with'Mrs,..Chaney's mother, :Mrs. W. F. Hutchens and their daughter, Norma Jo -'."Walker.* and little son, Ricky. , , Confederation Of Garden Clubs Luncheon Held Wednesday, September 29, the annual fall luncheon of. the Hope Federation of Garden Clubs was held at the Barlo\v Hotel. Luther Hollamon played organ music throughout the luncheon. The decorations on the tables were provided by the various garden clubs. The door prizes were won by Mrs. William Tolleson and W. B. Mason. The Dahlia' Garden club won first prize for the best decorations. Second prize for the best decorations was won by the Lilac Garden Club. The prizes of two and three dollars were presented by Mrs. Kelly Bryant. The outgoing ^president, Mrs. Hollis Luck, thanked the group for their cooperation during her term Butter Pecan Devil Food CAKE Fresh Frozen Coconut CAKE Sweet Potato and H Mince Meat PIES JOE'S CITYBAKiRY 21 «S. ANNOUNCES A NEW PQUCY? * Now you can have your Home Rewired to nrjeef modern convenience? and new fixtures. AH on 12 Easy Payments i <• inf Ch«ri«'- ( lO% Down Payment Keep warm and snug, keep fashionable' and smart with P-JACKETS for school, those fun times in the cold weather and good looks,. Sizes 7-14. 4 Dress Up In SHORT COATS the favprite anytime, anyplace. Smart • REVERSIBLES of wool with red corduroy mode to turn qnd wear. Have two coats in one. Other neat ityle$ in Iqn color. Come in and try th?m at , , , HALL-MCNEILL TOT 'N* TUN Here's famous Maytag washing performanct at a low, low price. Low down paymtnl liberal tradt-ln , \ SE£/T AT Only Authorized Sales & Service dealer In Hope and HempsteVd County for Maytag LEHMAN AUTO SUPPLY PH9NE, 7-2731 215 S. MAIN HOPE SPEC Scott's Rodeo Week ?>*?* --*-•* TRAINING Panties Children's Cotton gaining l?antfes, Siies 1, 2, 4 artd 6. - 15c LADIES Ponties Extra large. 3 For $1.00 Regular Fridoy and •' Aprons Plastic cinch belt aprons. LADIES RAYON Gowns Imported from T"[6Uat\i In Pink, Blue, and 'Maize. ' ' Piece Gooi In Yds. 87d 16 Staffer Set T *•' W «. ] You can't beat success in an automobile for'' , - • r « ^,,« proof of value. So take~a look at the national saleS?, ; l"^» figures and you find this fact: Buick today is t \-}.'*•* * '"' B > ^ outselling all other cars in^America-r^flrrf/ess^ ^ ^^ ofprice class -except two of the so-called* lp^-pri|ej ^ V three." And when you look.at the y^Qjfo^'w^&rS styling of this glamorous'beauty-*->vhen<you "try H for V8 po$tr, for roorhf for cdmfort/for ridfe,.C 4 f^1 - and when you ch^^k h| ^ ^"elivered^Vice^ » - * you have all the reasons for- Buick's soaring succ The more cars we sell, the better deal we can make with you. So with our tremendous volume right now, we can" offer you more money as an allowance on your present car 'when you trade it in for a new Buick. That means we're passing our success on to you where it counts-in the fewer dollars you pay for this dazzling new Buick. ii to be sure of a Resale You pen see . with modern beauty-yew«|J?es^ sfrifa bound to §tay tosh .«$ itf w»lopk(nji for pome. It's what th? otbf r future-even tp tbatJ?tps that's on every new Bwiek today that y6u'H, resell the Buiek you very week"-a You'U find time w«U U» *»

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