Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 30, 1954 · Page 13
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 13

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 30, 1954
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HOP! STAR, H6M, A K It A N S AI f himday, September B&B CELEBRATING OU R 17th ANNIVERSARY DEL MONTE ROUND-UP • Come and help us celebrate our 17th Birthday. We're featuring heaps of values in all departments during this Del Monte Round-Up and 17th Birthday Celebration. Shop early while the gottin/s good! You'll want to shop every department in our store for more money saving values/You'll save by shopping B&B every day. Shop B&B Every Day and Save on Quality Foods, Meat and Produce FRESH CUCUMBER PICKLES 4 '5.?- 98c CRUSHED or SLICED PINEAPPLE Flat Cans SLICED PINEAPPLE 29c No. 2 Can DEL MONTE PRUNE JUICE 3 Bottles TOMATO CATSUP 14 Oz. Bottles <DEL MONTE PEACHES 2 No. 21 Cans •y j'.' • DEL MONTE PEARS 2 No. 303 Cans DEL MONTE TOMATO SAUCE 3 Cans BLUE LAKE — WHOLE GREEN BEANS 4 No. 303 Cans PEAS 5 No. 303 Cans PINEAPPLE JUICE 3 46 Oz. Cans CALIFORNIA 5 No. 303 Cans FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 No. 303 Cans TOMATO JUICE 46 Oz. Can • 1 WHITE or YELLOW No. 303 Cons Folgers Maxwell House and Admiration GODCHAUX PET and CARNATION DEL MONTE UNAS 2 No. 303 Cans Lard . Carton Lb. Bucket 83e 1.79 3 M orme ZERT FRE- Gal. FLOUR LIGHT CRUST 5 Lbs. TO Lbs. 25 Lbs. 45c 85c 1.90 IN OUR MARKET GROUND BEEF 3 • BACON ENDS 2 - 35c iSCUITS ALL BRANDS CHUCK — IT'S GOOD TEW ME AT MAKE A BIG STIW TODAY 3 *- 29c 9c 19c TEAKS THI BIST MONEY CAN BUY SIRLOIN, T-BONE and CLUB Lb. 45c WHOLESUN ORANGE JUICE JL C l a ™ L i HONOR BRAND PEAS 2 100*. Boxes SWEET FROST — IN SYRUP ^TTbbl ri\V«'> """••(^ «f»t»Wi ^^ ^_ PEACHES 2 » 35c IN HEAVY SYRUP STRAWBERRIES 2 » 45c PRODUCE DEPARTMENT CABBAGE :•••- 2 ONIONS Yellow 3 Lb. Lbs. APPLES FANCY RED and YELLOW DELICIOUS GRAPES RED TOKAY 2 LETTUCE LARGE 2 He ° ds 25c BANANAS GOLDEN YiLLOW 2 Lbs 27c WiDELIVIR 7-4501 4HawI B&B SUPERMARKET '' ••--;• ., , ; |Afe RFEn THE PARKIIHG METER FOR iifU s ' - ' v ' ' /• ' _,; , '' ;, .^ , / R , ^y y . > . u, ,. . .i^ffrA.rv-4. ^,-v-»> '^'^^^^^™jj!!|™^ffj^ Prices (t * Friday & Saturday October 1 - 2 Thursday, September 30, 1954 H d l> 6 S T A » *. M 0 ft*. A ft K A M I A • QUITE A ROUfE BRETTON WOODS, N. H. lUP) — JDelegates tb the National Tax Association conference were told about a federal income tax'collee- I tor who asked a businessman ! where he got $15,000 not entered 1 on his tax return. The businessman raplied: "My ' son has a paper route." Sleepless? —because ol Acid Stomach? Eat 1 of 2 Turns at bedtime—to neutralize acid fast! . SHU only TUMS FOR THI TUMMY _ir • ~ -i •• • • PRESCOTT as. Mrs. Black and Bemis remained for a weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Gray Honor Son Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gray entertained with a western party at their home on Monday evening for the pleasure of their son, John, on his seventh birthday. The guests were seated around a Camp fire on the back lawn and enjoyed a wiener roast and all the trimmings. The birthday cake topped with a miniature covered wagon and cowboys on the trail carried out the western theme. The guests Larry Pcnnington, Freddie Moscley, Douglas Hincs, Wally Pillman, Bill Eaves, Budd yGrifford, Duane Vandivcr, Alec Gordon, Mike Erskine, Mack Ro- berts, Dwight McBrayer a/id Cyril Stewart, all wore their "six shooters" and were given pistol caps and bubble gum as favors. Jerald Wayne McLelland Celebrates Birthday Jerald Wayne McLelland, son of Mr, and MrS; Maurice McLei- land celebrated his twelveth birthday with a dinner al his home on Sunday. His guests were Tommy and Sue Beth Bonds.. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gee, Mary Ethel and Bobby of Hot Springs spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. imon Gee. Mr. and Mrs. Brozie Haynie had as their guests Sunday Mr, and Mrs. Jewell Roberts of Beirfle. , Mrs. S. O. Logan was the ic«—1« Moore and famliy it Miss Mickey Loumis of Arkadcl- phia was the weekend eucst of Miss Nancy Lewis. From where I sit... fy Joe Marsh Good Turn at the End of the line Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tu-mincllo and Johnny of Shreveport spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gist. They were accompanied home by .Mrs. Gist who underwent major surgery in a Shrcvcporl hospital on- Wednesday. Mnybe you don't, hut yon should know Shorty, the n^w driver of the bus that goes out to the hospital near Parkersville. The hospital couldn't rightfully put up a bench at the bus stop, so Shorty's passengers often had a "standing wait." But they didn't stand lo?ig. Second day on the job Shorty brought along some old lumber for a bench. Next trip out he put it together. That was fine, but the next day it rained. You guessed it —in a few days Shorty built a snug little shelter. From where I ait, Shorty's thoughtf ulncss is a good example of a good citizen. Another fellow who deserves recognition for hit thinking of his customers is Andy, who owns the Garden Tavern. Andy voluntarily co-operates with the Brewing Industry by following their Self-Regulation Program, for instance. He knows that the whole community appreciates a clean, wholesome place to "stop" in. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buchanan were the guests Sunday of Mrs. Gil Buchanan and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logan and Judy returned to Memphis after spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Logan. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. McKenii* and Jim spent the weekend in Gallas with "Mr. and Mrs. Sammlo Beard Jr.. and wcro joined there by Miss Evelyn McKenzie of Abilene, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hamby had as their gcusts Sunday, Mrs. J. J. Battle and Miss Maltie Royston ol Fulton. Miss Ethelle Reeves has returned to Liftle Rock after a visit with Mr. ,and Mrs. W. C. Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. -L. L. Buchanan and family were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. V. I. Wortham in Gurdon. Mr .and Mrs. Ned Duncan ahd children of Little Rock visited Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Wliito ovbr the weekend Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradley hacJ as their weekend guests. Mr. ahd Mrs. Emerson Bradley and Suzanne of Shrevcport, La. Miss Winnifred Duke of El Dorado has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. M. Duke, and other relatives. save A&P BEANS SAIL COOKIES *M o-en-o "KITCHIN KIT Gil Buchanan of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Case Chappcllp and their guests, Mrs. Carl Black and Bemis of Columbus, Ohio spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bemis Chappelle in Marshall, Tex- Jack Johnson of Little Rock was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy McHenry of Fordyce visited relatives over the weekend. ' Huey Garner has returned to El Dorado after a weekend visit with his mother, Mrs. Roy Garner. j'.i.J.;l- POPCORN SPONGES ANN PAGE SPAGHETTI 2 OLD IVORY SPICED PEACHES EIGHT O'CLOCK Oz 25c COFFEE Cans No. 2i Can ARMOURS I \\ >l T **m* »*• 1 •»»«» 25c CHOPPED BEEF Frtsh Fruits and Vegetables TOKAY \ i i r$% The Colorado highway department is reported able to predict within eight hours the time •&{ mountain avalanches in that state!* SUN : SWEET Prune Juice Extra Special Quart 29c Fresh Pullet EGGS Doz. 29c ALL BRANDS COFFEE Pound 1.10 Extra Special POP CORN GODCHAUX SUGAR Extra Special lOLbs. LIPTON . TEA Extra Special !/4 Lb. CRUSTENE LARD 3 Lbs. SILVER MIST FLOUR With 25c coupon in each sack. SPECIAL VINE RIPENED TOMATOES 4 Ibs. 49c PASCAL Xn A nrc wlN "'in CALIFORNIA ' ! ; ,'v^>V\ GRAPES Lb lOc FRESH TOMAJOJS LEMONS u 15c FR E$ H cABBA^f? BANANAS: 2 L , 25c ^TATO'ES^ : , GRAPEFRUIT 2 L, 15c c f|^° 0 W A&P's Famous "Super-Right" Meat*. Purina Fed Cage EGGS... .doz. 396 NEW CROP CANNING or EATING APPLES PLENTY BUTTER BEANS RUSSELL & SON 901 West 3rd Street HEAVY CALF CHUCK ROAST HEAVY CALF — PLATE STEW MEAT HEAVY CALF ROUND STEAK SUPER RIGHT ' , PORK CHOPS Center Cuts ALL GOOD BRAND SLICED BACON SUPER RIGHT SMOKED PICNICS 59c DONUTS 69c JANI MMIIMNIICHW; $H*^ S White Bread Lb. 36c gel NOT6 KOOfl) iiiywr ttometelllt Built- Ins EXTRA SPECIAL — FRESH SPECIAL— FRESH DRESSED HENS u 39c GOOD AND TENDER CHUCK ROAST Lb 29c ALL MEAT — MIXED SAUSAGE Lb 25c Z ubs. /jC IFRESH TURNIP GREENS 2 GOOD GRADE SIRLOIN or T-BONE STEAKS Lb 39c IEXTRA SPECIAL EXTRA SPECIAL PORK CHOPS Lb 43c SPECIAL BOLOGNA DELICIOUS DOUBLE RED APPLES - 15C 'MAVI GRAPES Lb. IEXTRA SPECIAL 29c POTATOES 10-39c fj^ijiiJiiSijti^^ BARRY'S GROCERY and MARKET 1J1 South Main Wt Pelinwr Nwiii 7-M04 ii tS " f f> "•>'«. i " NEW PLANS . See us today—for ««*• I nomical, quality-tested . fir plywood and «a»y« to-foUew plans for 8 nMldem fir plywood built-in*. : REPAIR LOANS available for all types of Homt Improvements and repair*. BILL WRAY SUPPLY CO. Phone 7,2348 S. Walnut S SMOKED HAMS SHANK; PORTION Lb 39c BUTT PORTION u 45c WHOLE , 10 to 16 Lb, Avg. i i v ,, ; 50cj -r i i* * •'u, PINTO; - f BEANS . t I POPULAk B.RAN . HCIGARE v Make the Diamond Your Headquarters while in Hope Plqn to gtfren4 the 3d Biitffct . UYiSTOGK SHOW f Sept. 27 fdru Oct. 2 Meet your frlgnds «Jt the DIAMOND TOILIT SOAP CAMAY W Regular Bar*..., AftP's Dairy Favorites ;»n '$?$$» , ,m$M^ < /, TOILIT SOAP CAMAY lath iar»~. 34' SOAP LAVA WJSCONSIN CREAM CHEESE ^ 49c BORDEN'S or MIDWEST SWEET MlLK po TS1,n 39c 5ILVERBROOK BUTTER 71c f|M Medium Bar. CLiANMR Spic&Span U-o'l. Pkg. 23* IHQRTINiNO CRISCO J'lt>- Can 95* ANN PAC.f- Sparkle iHirANr ,.„,. MHINCS ' MACARONI 0n4 CH«M Kraft Dinner Pfeff. 27* NIWI HANBYI Morton's Salters ANN PAGI SWEET SALE! ANN FAOI Blackborry Jolly ANN PfOf Blackberry Jim cfiirry torn : ™ ** * * Prwirv'oi yaw ^pJpBTPP^B^W C/to/ct " »-„-' ' ' ^ ^"4,/ V. i^ >: '.•>-.*• .Wii'gl P5i*» t "* » 1,1 Aj t f Vi&to &*rfr ?>£!* fc'llfel

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