Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 11, 1952 · Page 15
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 15

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 11, 1952
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IT s^ * v • » 4 » ,'.•;> ',, ',, Vl ,-K ' ' x '- 1 * * !; HOMITA ft , MO f I, A R KANSAS Thimdoy, September 11, 1952 HOPE'S NEWEST LARGEST NEW LOCATION 119-121 W. 3rd STREET STARTING FRIDAY SEPT. 12th 3 FULL DAYS — FRI., SAT., MON. ^^ k c,Mg£i:i JPivJu'? r ', ''i..'^*"**^" 3 BIG DAYS F m feA ecial... 60 Gauge -15 Denier NYLON HOSE > $6'Vk seams, first duality hose, fuy several pairs at this low price. All sizes. $1.00 pr. Irregulars of /tQf Same Nylon Hose Uw V Bell Ringers THE WORD IS OUT ... THE TRUTH IS CLEAR . . . OWEN'S CAN SAVE YOU MORE. Definotely Hope's Finest Shopping Center "AHome Owned . . . Home Operated Store." SHEETS Fieldcrest Special ...,., -" . ' '* ' $2.95 81 x99 SHEETS These oro typo 128, snow white, and a real buy, $1.97 81 x 99 SHEETS • Type 112. Special $1.59 (Limit 2 to customer) WHILE 50 LAST END TABLES A real red hot value. Limit 2 to a customer. $1.00 BOYS SCHOOL SHIRTS These are long sleeve shirts in-assorted plaid colors. $1.98 MENS BLUE JEANS | These are made by Red Kap. 8 Oz. Sanforized. All sizes. $2.00 CHILDREN'S RODEO HATS Several colors to choose from. $1.98 CHILDREN'S COWBOY BOOTS Get yours now for the rodeo. $5.95 to $7.95 s^Wf 3 ' || Our Home Furnishing Department Sunbeam and Other Appliances ; v '^1,00 hold* any item In eu£taty JiAY-AWAY DEPARTMENT K^ EXTRA SPECIALS $$ 9 x 1 » FELT BASE LIKOLEUM RUSG rus that Rugs*.. *li97 $2.39 1000 Remnants See these now. Special only 25c Ideal for School - Close Out Boys SCHOOL SHIRTS These are short sleeve, but ideal for now. Buy a supply and save. $1.39 Men's 100% Wool MEN S SUITS Smart styles by Hampton- Heath and Sewell. Just the colors you'll want for fall and winter. Select yours now. Short, slim, regular. $24.95 to $44.50 TIES ft 9™"~ rfiF^'^^T^ ;>%•_?* •, U' t«re. ¥ 17 POINT NNWAU CORDUROY Very special for Three days * Only, First quality. $1.37 yd. $60 the other new arrivals, in fcur Piece Goods department. KIM TRAINING PANTS Special ....,,$*». T SIITHIS!! SUITS Qobprdirm swits and coat* that - f"! J»W*»* $H 95 \S'"~ h-faw* iw*» *H*W i Ladies take a look! Hope's finest Ready to wear department. Famous Brands. DRESSES We have regular, junior and half size dresses. Smartest fall and winter, styles, materials and colors. Priced from . . . $4.95 TO $22.50 Puts any dress in our easy Lay-Away department. SHOP NOW — USE OUR EASY LAY-AWAY PLA DOL See our Toy Department. Toys now on display, and you'll want to select yours for Christmas. Only a small deposit will hold your selection in our LA YAW AY DEPARTMENT. IOYS ARMY PANTS Type 4 ponti in si«e» 6 ro U. SO Q^ Real values for only **MmtW mi *£& Bradford Norton HATS The newest in millinery Smart styles and colors. $2.95 to $6,95 BOYS SCHOOL JEANS $1.77 These jeans are made by Red Cap. Sixes 6 to 17. Special HO Ft StA*, MOM, ARKANSAS AP&L Shows Neat Increase LITTLE ROCK 1*1 - The Arkan 80S Power and Light Co., largest [private utility in Arkansas, yester- reported that its n< up 34 per cent. Vnd, in New York, the 15 million dollars worth of [first mortgage bonds to a 14-mem- [bcr underwriting syndicate. R. B. Ritchie, vice-president of |AP&L, told a stockholders meet ling here that the company's net in[come for the period ended July 31, 1952, was $4,803,!>43, an increase Of $1,473,498 — or 34 per cent — over the last fiscal year. Ritchie said operating expenses § eluding taxes, showed on 11 per- nt increase, totaling $13,202.327. AP&L's tax outlay for the period was $3,198,045, .Ritchie said. The vice president said the com pany expects to invest some $30,316,000 in new construction this year. This was the reason for the PRESCOTT NEWS Thursday, September 11 The choir of the Presbyterian meet on Thursday evening at 7 p.m. for rehearsal. Friday, September 12 The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Elders and Deacons of the First Christian Church will meet on Friday evening at 7:30. Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away Nagging Imrkttclie, IOHR of pop nnd energy, headaches BI»<| dizzim'SK niny be due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors say KOOI! kidney function is very important to good health. When sonic everyday condition, such as stress and strain, causes this important function tosiow down,many folksstilTcrnaK- 5 ing: backache—Teel miserable. Minor blatl- • cr irritations duc.to cold or wrong diet may Cause Retting up n ights or freqftent passages. « Don't neglect your kidneys if these comli- ons bother you. Try Doan's Pills—a mild diu/ctic. Used successfully by millions for over 60 years. It's amazing how many times Doan'a give happy relief from these discomforts— help the IB milcaof kidney tubes nnd filters flush out waste. (Jet Doan's Pills today! Mrs. Louis Garrett Hostess To W M U Circle No. 1 Mrs. Louis Garrett was hostess to Circle 1 of the WMU of the First Baptist Church at her home on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Garrett presided in tho absence of the chairman, Mrs. J. T. McKae, at the conclusion of tho business session Mrs. Wesley Lindsey led in prayer. The study on "Stewardship Applied in Home Missions" was led by Mrs. Harrell Hines. Mrs. Hiries closed the study with prayer During the social hour the hostess served delectable refreshments Mrs. White Entertain* WMU Circle No. 3 Circle 3 of the WMU of the First Baptist Church was entertained on Monday afternoon by Mrs. Fi ed White at her home with eight members present. Mrs. A. E. Smith brought the devotional reading from Psalms and Proverbs. The business was •conducted by the chairman, Mrs. J. M. Ingram Mrs. Jack Cooper tauRht the third chapter of the Mission book "Stewardship Applied in Home Missions." Mrs. W. L. Britt closed the meeting with prayer. The hostess served a delicious salud course with coffee during ic social hour. The next meeting will be on Sep ember 22nd in the home of Mrs. iritt. bond sale. The underwriting syndicate headed by White, Weld & Co. — outbid five other investment bank ing groups for the AP&L bonds. The high bid was 100.209 for 3'/a per cent obligations. Pending ap proval by the Securities and Ex change Commission, the under wi iters expect to reoffer the 30 year bonds to private investors to morrow at 100.929 to yield 3.45 per cent interest. £"*\Visiting Around Arkansas^ fetei BY JOE MARSH I It sure was a surprise to me to find All those furniture manufacturers up here in Fort Smith. They just aboiibstcal (he show in ' this part of the country. Fact is they Icinda refer to themselves as tho *Grand Rapids of Arkansas." : Those folks make every kind of chair, dresser, bureau, sofa and table •old in America. They are mighty proud of the great industry they've built here in Fort Smith. : ORT SMITH...! the "Grand Rapids" of Arkansas ;l Course we're kind a proud of ; Arkansas' own beer industry. Bccr'g i sold legally here in Arkansas and it's '; big business, too, for a simple reason — the taverns and dealers run clean, business-like establishments and I that's wholesome in any industry — 5 whether it's furniture or beer, tbt beverage of moderation. /' Copyright 1352, United States Brewers Foundation, Inc., Arkansa» Division, Pyramid Building, Liitle Rock. Arkansat \ H-Bomb Test May Be Set Off This Fall By HERBERT FOSTER WASHINGTON. (UP) — The United States may explode its lirsl hydrogen bomb this (all, qualifier observers said today. The defense department and the atomic energy commission nounccii Hint joint task force 13i will conduct secret tests this fal on lonely Eniwetok atoll in the Pi cific. The announcement said only tha the tests will be "looking towiiri the development of atomic weap ons." It did not give the reason fo: switching U. S. atomic tests iron the Nevada proving grounds a Frenchman's Flnt biicl; to the bn tercel, isolated coral strand of En WMU Circle 4 Meets In Home of Mrs. Roy Stainton Nine members of Circle 4 of he First Baptitst Church met on Monday afternoon at 2:30 in the ionic of Mrs. Hoy Stainlon tor he monthly meeting. Mrs. Kd Hastily opened the meet ng with prayer. Mrs. W'ilburn-VVil is presided during the busings period. Reports were heard. The study on "Stewardship Applied in Home Missions" was conducted by Mrs. L. L. Buchanan. Thu meeting adjoruned wilU prayer after which the hostess served refreshing drinks and cook But all signs pointed to SOITV tiling big in the trade winds whicl who have been visiting his pin cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Yiuiee and other relatives the past week- have returned to their 'home in Long view. weep the flat atoll. AEG Chairman Gordon Bean nd Dr. J. Robert Oppenhelmer, Chairman of AEC's general ndvls •»y committee, personally gave 'resident Truman in Juno a too ccret report on what they de «cribed as "great developments In atomic energy." Two weeks laeforp that. In his nst important public utterance, the Into Sen. Brien McMahon, ntomio energy committee, called chninium of the confiresslona' atomic energy committee, called on the United States to produce H-Bonibs by the thousands to de tor Russian aggression. "Wo are crossing tho throshhold into the hydrogen era — the age of Hbombs," McMnhoit snid, Mr. Tniniim on .Tan. 31, 1050, oi'iUinl development of tho hydro pen superbomb, which Is oxpocted lo produce the most devastating blast ever touched off by man — one that will dwarf the fury of an "ordinary" atomic bomb. Tho United States has Sot oft 30 atomic explosions, including the A-bi'iublnt! of Hiroshima ;md Na- gtiMiki, which drew tho curtain on World War IT. Fifteen hnvi: boon Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huymc and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dewoody motored to Little Rock Sunday tor the day. David White Assumes Associate Pastor Duties David White o£ Texarkana assumed his duties as associate pastor of the First Baptist Church on Sunday, September 7. Mr. White, who is studying for the ministry at Ouachita College, Arkadelphia, will serve primarily as director o£ the choir ol the church, but will serve when need ed in the pulpit. He will be in Prcscolt on Wednesday's and week ends. Norwood Smith oC Magnolia was the guest last week of Jim Uemis. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hooks have returned from Omaha, Neb., where they were the guests of Mr. Hook's sister, Mrs. Kay Terry and family. They were accompanied by Mrs. Orville Kelly' and Johnny of Waldron. set o(f at the Nevada Proving Grounds, some of them labeled tactical weapons or "baby" A-bombs, and others billed as more powerful than the "Model T" Plutonium bomb which devastated Nagasaki. Some of tho Nevada tests last fall and last April and May were staged as part of troop mnneu VXTS, to demonstrate that tactical atomic weapons can be used In idatively close support — wilhii Extensive ptcss coverage, nnd one was televised. In contrast, tho new Eniwetok tests will be seen only by official U. S. observers and member's of the task force. Th* tests will be under full security provisions of the atomic energy act, which provide honvy penalties for anyone leaking information. Tho fact thftt the AKC Is again retiring to Us mid-Pacific proving grounds and Increasing security precautions could moan that tho forthcoming blast will be to powerful for the Nevada trsllnjt ground, where some explosions hove been felt for 300 miles. Or it could mean the AKC, work Ing full speed to stay nhrad o Hussia's growing A-bomb stock pile, has at last come up with tin super-bomb President Truman en dercd two years ago. That ooul mean a blast up to 1,000 times a powerful ns present A-bombs, But expert observers boliove America's first H-bomb will b only two to 10 times as poworfi r,s an atomic bomb. The first tost will bo not for size, they speculated but to see If scientists have perfected the technlquo of touch- four five miles of ground troops. Some of the Nevada tests Mrs. Tod Smiley and son, Jimmy, returned to their home in Aurora, Mo., Sunday utter a weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Yanccy. Miss Loyce Stewart has returned to her home in Little Rock alter a weeks visit with her mother, Mrs. Bob Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Carpenter of Mexia, Texas, have been the guests of Miss Florence Gousley and Miss Ellen Gousley. Mr. and Mrs. Skippy White of Arkadelphia were the week end guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Woosley spent Sunday in Hot Springs with her father, Mr. Jim Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. George Henry Ing ram of Los Angeles, Mrs. W. O. Hay's and Miss Carolina Hays spent the weekend at Lake Hamilton with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maxwell. William Cole left Sunday for Magnolia where he is enrolled at Southern State College. Bill Yancey and daughter, Carla, Mr. and Mrs. George Pakis, Jr., who were enroute to their home in Little Rock after a visit in New Orleans and points of interest on the Gulf Coast, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Coleman. Friends of T. C. McKae, Jr. will regret that he remains seriously ill 'in the Pino Street Hospital, Texarkana. • STUEARTS SPECIALS 1 Lb. Premium Crackers 2 Cans Campbells Tomato or Vegetable Soup ALL FOR WESTERN GOLD 2 For A m BLACK EYE PEAS / I c WESTERN GOLD 2 For A M RANCH STYLE BEANS /I ____. bag 79 ADMIRATION COFFEE c RIO GRANDE 3 For A A EARLY JUNE PEAS /9 FULL \ \ POUND J J SALERNO FIG BARS c WE FEATURE FULL CREAM M JfcA FLOUR 25M.89 School Supplies BLUE HORSE 5c Pkg 3 for io c Ell I fK* 10e Pk 9 4 for 29c FILLtKd 25e Pkg 5 for 98c TOP FLIGHT PASTE lOc CARTERS MUCILAGE lOc NOTE BOOK COVERS 25c DERBYS SPAGHETTI 1 Lb. Jar With MEAT 29 c DERBYS CHILI 15V4 Ox. With BEANS 32 LEAN — TENDER m A PORK (HOPS lb. 49 FRESH — TENDER — ECONOMICAL 4fe mjj PIG LIVER lb. 35 c DERBYS TAMALES Jar With SAUCE 25 c DERBYS CHILI 15'/ 4 Ox. Without BEANS 39 C MCAITrUKK. m mm HECK BONES M7 85 SIRLOIN or T-BONE STEAKS Fridoy and Saturday, 12th — 13th TRADING WITH US IS LIKI A RAISE IN FAY No Credit — No Deliveries We Rei*rve tbe Right to Umlt Quantities PRICES GOOD AT HOP! ©NVY go Building Bet Has Sod Ending DUTCH FLAT, Cattf. («-EWcr1y less Hughes didn't g*t'much time o enjoy the house neighbors built or him Sunday In ntt all-day conv wmity building bee. Less than 24 hours otter It wns erected, the house burned to tho it round when n fife hit tho community. Hut there's n hftppy ending. An insurance agent who wns unable to contribute time or material to tho house donated an Insurance policy bnmhs must Walt for oomplotlor of the huge $1,250,000.000 Savannnl river AttC plant in South Cam linn, which will turn out tritium ii quantity. Meteorite, Largest, Studied AKIMOttfi, OkU, 70-yonr-old Bob Dot horoa Park Service beRRed scientists to hard, black object whlcK ^ad ing out of tha ground frt • oak patch at Lake ttufraf Park, But nobody paid any ftttoff Then, at lost, scientist* decidi hnvo a look. Todnyi guards maintain t _. vlglt whtlo investigators prot object. Dr. Lincoln La. Pa*, _.._, T ,. of Now Mexico sciential, said-Hi n nickcl-lrOh meteorite, prob'afc tho largest recovered in this ing oft n thermonuclear reaction in tritium triple-heavy hydrogen atoms. The reaction would create helium and the world's most awesome explosion, unleashing vast amounts of energy as In tho burning of the sun. To sot off the hydrogen bomb, it Is believed, would require atomic bomb as a "trigger" to produce tho multi-million degree hca tnccded to start the thermonuclear reaction, Even If the test Is successful, large-scale production of hydroger /«'» the cream in Croamo Brand Margarine that make* U best of alt. Be Holsum Hungry little scholars have BIG appetites I So load up the lunchboxes of those you love with generous Holsum • sandwiches. They get "A" for flavor, health and especially good eating. While you're at it, try some yourself—Holsum's good for you too! $ *^ ^ t J>n J » Look Holsum flolsum""puts 4 plenty~of^ep 1 and energy into those sarTdwichw? ^W ' 'And your children will need every ounce of it to study to work, fo play. Be sure you give them enough; Be smart—give them Holsumi? PLASTIC PROTICTIO Helium b proi«rt«d 1" *• coated *ropp»f-r» «•»/ WO* to rub off—U«p> HoUum Arar fitthtf, wtt» «P no* «• liiiys

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