Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 18, 1952 · Page 10
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 18, 1952
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H0M STAR, MOH, ARKANSAS Thuttrfoy, ll/IHt , rt »f the ww!8'« pwp« Wl HbcKtl Wl^gntfc Of Jn 1931 Ot« average per (•onmimpUbn of l«iU«r WB* |JWjnd» In Th* gold fiHHTitry mank o( King Tut-Aiikli-Amrfi it in the Egyptian Museum at C*lrn A-Yf> f'lfi S T Q U A I I I Y ' SPECIAL VALUES! BIRTHDAY PARTY IRA SPECIAL! PANTIES U><j Briefs! eHect Quoliiy! S - M - I. ! 66c 51 GAUGE lor fool Quo Hiy! «lcw Shades! |SSies'8l'lo M! 79c SNOW WHITE HEET sajpkNKETS 70"x90" 9 TERRIFIC COLORS! 1J7 Sport Coats of Fine Pinwale * Corduroy Look! Fine conlttroy mats of milxtntuling ({ttality nl (i liiml-tiHuiitcli I'cnucy prire! Tlioy'rc neatly lnt|o'ro<|l-uf ijiinwulc cofiluroy, fully liupilmthl htxiii'iourt• riiyoti. Styli'd in the popular 2-I)iitton di HJ>»« inixlol with throt> (iiilcli pocki'ts. Tln>y come ill rltiri'l, grooii, cocoa, •tilucdtoiio, Irutlirr, init- . ni«l, royal blue and gold. Regular and loii£ ^ to 'Id, Chouse your favorite shndc at Penney** now IRTHDAY SPECIAL! 1ST QUALITY! FULL PIECES! REAL VALUE RAYON TAFFETA • 39" Wide! • Lois of Colors' • Perfect Quality 59c Yd. ALLERGY FREE! Foam Rubber PILLOWS • San tor i zed Covers! • Zipper Closure! • White and Colors! 4.98 Advwice 58811 BIO SHIPMENT! Rayon Crepe BLOUSES * Whites' Pastels! * t • •Of* 198 Copyright 1949, Th« Krogw C*. Prices in this ad good through Saturday, September 20th 419 SOUTH MAIN STREET HOPE, ARKANSAS MANY NEW FEATURES Many New Departments To Make Your Shopping Easier. * A Additional Center Aisle Shelf Space. ^ More Brands, Wider Varieties. Enlarged Candy Dcpt. Gives You A Wider Variety To Select From. A Household Supplies Dept. Enlarged For Your Convenience. 250 Angus All Purpose Cloths to the first 250 customers to visit our store Fri. Sept. 19th. 250 Angus All Purpose Cloths to the first 250 customers to visit our store Sat. Sept. 20. GER FLOUR Lbs. TOMATOES FINE QUALITY VALUE PRICE Lb. Pail SHORTENING Mrs. Tuckers Brand. AVONDALEPEAS Q Tender, sweet, delicious. *f IfiQ HKORANEGADE • |^^ Jr A delicious, refreshing drink. HUNTS PEACHES Can 46 Oz. Can C PORK & BEANS 1 Q Kroger Brand. | ^^ LIMA BEANS 1 Q Griffin Brand, with bacon. • \J BLACKEYEPEAS 1A Griffin Brand, with bacon I \J No. 303 16 Ox. Cons No. 300 Cans No. 300 Cans No. 2V Cans Halves in heavy syrup. SI SALAD OLIVES | Embassy Brand, chopped, stuffed. $ 1 SPOTLIGHT COFFEE I 2 Ib. bag . . . 1.51 3 Ib. bag . . . 2.25 $1 COFFEE CAKE | Kroger's Dutch Apple Variety. Jar Lb. Each CHUCK ROAST KROGER CUT FOR GREATER VALUE. Lb. U, S. GOOD HEAVY CALVES GROUND FRESH DAILY. LEAN PURE BEEF GROUND BEEF PORK SAUSAGE 3 51 BEEF PLATES Arkanios Moid Lb. , , . 35« if | Kroger C«t — Baby Beef RED POTATOES Lb. Lb. U. S. No. 1 IN KRAFT BAG Lbs. * * , September 18, 1952 HOM STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS iociety Continued from Page Three gts to the Queen. Queen-wlth-scep- My Pep -Biif Now l r m 'HEP f ••niMly Irtngi rait Relief •*«««'• tutrintmd relief from tnteerr of BBCn. Thornton Minor'* ointment drvel- W «i) through experience of treatlnK 71.000 |l itlenti for »» century at world'i leading JJ»«t«! honpltal ha* holped million*. IU- II i»e« pain of pllei— promotes heallnv— ft lp» reduce iwelllng. Discover wonder- fi I relief or money l»ckl In label •• «*T>e« at all drut •torts. ter, and Queen regent. Flower girls were Cathy Thrash, Mary Caston, Diane Ellis. Kay Hervey. and Dorn Ann King. Lnr- ry Thrash, Buddy Luck. James Tollett, John Tollctt. and Roniv Uankins were page boys. Ushers wore Misses Sue O'Steen and Cal- He Caston. Paisley PTA Honors Teachers at Meeting The Paisley PTA held their first meeting in the auditorium on Wednesday, September 17. at 3 o'clock. | Mrs. Jim McKen?.ie. president . of City PTA Council, presided ' while a new president, Mrs. C5eo. F*tt SHOWIHC! O! c VV. Peck, was elected and install- J cd. Mrs. Verna Freeman was j 1-iectoil historian, and Installed by | pn.xy. Oiuer officers nre: Mrs. J. »-. .-Homey, vice-president, score' luiy, i\i,s. Jim LaGrossa, treasur*. ei, .HIS. Caul Church. j mo I'uiunving committee chair i I men wi/re appointed. j j Alt-mbership, Mrs. , James Bra- I UVn. program, Mrs. Denver Dick- j HiMm. piioiK-uy, Mrs. Olin Whitley ! uos|>ii.iiiiy. Mrs. FranK yarbrougli j iiiKtm-c, »lrs. Grovcr Ward, pub! iitiiy, Mrs. Oliu Lewis, health and ! b.uViy, Mrs. M. B. Hatch, parent j luiiiMiicm, Mrs. Ed Aslin, lunch I room.' 1 Airs. Ciyde ClurK, library, j Ai.ss Mamie bell Holt, Founder's lJ;iy, Mrs. i-'.A Purcoll, exception ,U children. Mrs. \v.(K. HmKle. Mrs. Thomas Purvis read the president's message. Miss Mamie Bell Holt, principal, was introduced iincl presented the other teachers. Miss Holt gave a talk on ••(.iuiding i" Elementary School." The group was invited to the km eli mum by Mrs. Yarbrough, hos- pilality chairman, lor a reception in honor of the teachers. PRESCOTT NEWS Nevada County Pair To Have Negro School Day Program 1:30 p.m. Drawing tor merchandise premiums. 2 Greased piR contest for Negro children. Carnival on grounds until Saturday midnight, Sept. 20. 3 p.m. Official closing of the tflth annual Nevada County Fair. and Mr. Parker. "The SEDGEFIELDS STORY' featuring CLYDE MORTON and PALADIN AMERICA'S TOP BIRD DOG TRAINER 1952 NATIONAL CHAMPION Come see our big, new Purina Movie, at its free showing 8 P. M. City Hall, Tuesday, Sept. 30 It's a full-length, full-color movie about bird dogs. Shows how big-going quail dogs are trained, here and in Canada. Full of action, thrills, with a smash finish actually filmed at the National Championship Stake as Morton wins his 9th National Championship with Paladin. Don't miss it—it's free, courtesy of Purina Dog Chow, •Feeders Supply Co. ! 3rd & Louisiana Phone 7-2175 ana Mr. and Mrs. Den \\ilSon return cd Tuusu;iy iTiurning (ruin Mem- pnis, whurc Mr. Wilson underwent ;> nuijor operation in u Memphis A-Lt- William L. (Bill) Cook is visitiiiLj his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Cook at 316 East loth lor inree weeks. He has recently finished radar school at Biloxi, Miss., ana is now an operator at a Radar aUtiuu in Cambria, Calif. James Fuller JUisscll left this week for Dallas where he .will enter Southern Methodist University. He was accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Lois Hussell, who visited her son, D. B. Russell, Jr., and Mrs. Russell. She returned yes- Wake Up To More Comfort Without Nagging Backache NnKBinB luickache. Ions of pep nmlenergy, ncniliiclica nnd diziincm may b« due tu slowdown of kidiiry function. Doctors say Rood kidnc'y function ia very important to Rood rritatlumi dm- to cold or wrong diet mn oBL'ttinKiipniKhtanrfroqucntiiasiiaKc. Don t ncRlc-ct your kidneys if theae condi. . a ; • i-uiii niuiiujr lUIJtmiinQ 111- tera flush out waste. Get Doan'a Pills today! FREE •%. s Delivery Moore Bros. Serving You Since 1896 DIAL 7-4431 The WMU of the First Baptist Church will meet In the home of Mrs. Edwnril Bryson nt 10:30 Friday morning In place of the church ns previously planned to observe the season of prayer for .UiUe missions. Larry Jameson Honored on Third Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jameson entertained with n party on the lawn of their home on Saturday afternoon for the pleasure of their son, Larry, who was cclebrr.ting his third birthday anniversary. The gifts were opened and the twenty guests played games and with toys. The refreshment table was covered with a lace cloth and centered with a white birthday cake decorated in pink and blue and encircled with summer flowers. White individual cakes embossed with Larry in blue were served with cups of ice cream. Favors were balloons and wind mills. Miss Carol Scott Fetes Miss Ann Scott Ann Scott, who left Sunday with her parents for England, Ark. to make their home, was feted on Saturday afternoon with a picture show party given by Miss Caro.' Scott. After the show refreshments were served at Gutheries Drug Store. Other guests included Peggy Warren, Ruth Hairston, Jean Buch anan, Sally Jo Welkins and Sammy Scott. Mike Daniel Has Party Mike Daniel was host to a few friends at his home on Saturday afternoon to observe his Oth birthday anniversary. A variety of games and contests were enjoyed. The lawn table was covered with a white cloth and held the while cake topped with yellow candles and was served with ice cream. The yellow and white color scheme was carried out in the napkins and other decorations. Skull caps were given as favors to Gil Buchanan, Daniel Baker, Wally Pittman, Jane Nelson and Carolyn Daniel. ilemrated the flout. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Scott and daughters, Helen Kvith and Mary Aj;nrs of Little lUn-k, were the week end guests uf Mr, nnd Mrs. Hunter Scott and Mr. Kd Gordon, (filbert Buchanan who attends! the University of Arkansas. Kayet- teville, was the week end v.nes'.] of his aunt. Mrs. Harold Parker,' Mrs. Hobcrt Pledger of Dnll«» is the guest of her parents, Mr, nml Mrs. Hervey Ilemis. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Hays nnd M.tc of Okolonn were the 'guests over the week end of Mrs. \\. o. H»ys and Miss Caroline Hnys. Miss Helen Scott has returned to her home In Little Itnck after n visit with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hunter Scott. his parents, Mr, and Mrs Haynlc. Bro*lo Miss Nona Eagle Texarhann nfter a visit parents, Mr. nnd Mr/, i, Miss H«*<>1 Mdtlnck attended th»j —" Arkansas H«lr Dressers nnd Cos- Mrs. Hobble Wilson h metlc Associailon ftt the Hotel her finest her daughter, J Marlon In Little Rock Sundny. I othy Wilson of Llttlo 1-Sgt. nnd Mrs. Hoyt Hnynle of Memphis spent the week end with FRESH DRESSED FRYERS Lb. FAT CHOICE HENS Lb. 57' 39' 303 SIZE CAN YELLOW CORN 5 Cans FREE BOTTLE MUSTARD With 1 Lb. 8 LB. PAIL PURE LARD WILSON CORN KING BACON Lb. 98' ING 47' SURE GOOD COLORED OLEO Lb. TOKAY GRAPES u. NO. 1 LEAN SALT 303 SIZE CAN DEL MONTE PEAS 4 Cans 303 SIZE CAN TOMATOES 5 Cans 303 SIZE CAN CHERRIES 4 Cans 303 SIZE CAN HUNTS PEACHES 5 Cans LARGE SIZE CAN MILK PET 5 Cans 79< EL MONTE 79< 79' 79< lUNTS 79' I MILK 79' Lb 77( A I NO. 2 CAN ALL GREEN BABY _ ^ DMAS 7Q( 5 Cons t m American Legion Auxiliary Thp Arrxcrican Lcfc'ioa. Auxiliary^ net on Monday evening ;H the .awson Hotel with nine present or the monthly meeting. The meeting was opened with he pledge of allegiance to the flan ollowcd with prayer by Mrs. Cubic Anderson. The minutes of the July meeting were read by the secretary. After a discussion on the float or the Nevada County Fair the neeting adjourned and members erday. Hospital Nptes Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Sherwood Askew, McCaskill, Chong Don«, S;m Antonio, Texas. Discharged: William O. Crane, Hope. Branch Admitted: Mrs. D. B. Lively, of, McNab. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Lively ol McNab, announce the arrival ol a baby girl on September 18. FOR SALE » e, Brown recleaned and tested Slngletary Pea Seed at J? e "* r X Implement Company, 510 8. Walnut St., Hope, Arkansa.. PMA ORDERS ACCEPTED. CHESTER McCASKILL Haul and Spread SAND or CLAY $1.25 Yard Pea Gravel, Clay, Gravel and Fertlllier Available. RALPH SAUNDERS Phpne 7-4683 or 7-3174 MATTRESSI) * M«m«t. c* ». Kim ttree* *hen* Something New . . . _ 48 y«»r old company. Good In hofpltali anyvtfiere M. S. IATIS 8. Elm Street Phone 7-4454 Attention Ladies It U time to oet out thow Fall Clpthe» and bring yoyr Alteration* to RUTH'S SHOP For quick guaranteed •«rvtce NOTICE KIDS !fc&SSU9& Which one has that MONTHLY LOOK? EYES SHOW CRAMPS, "NERVES", MISERY You, loo, mny nr.l l>o nhlc to lii<lo tlmt tired, nervous, jittery look each month no ninHor how tmieh"m«ko-tip" you u.«r. Keep your sorrel, snfy during; "those" ilnys—don't l>e the orrfi (rirl in lliree who shows the strain from lell- tnlo nerves nml cramps-had "that monthly look".* Tnke Cnrdui, n upeeinl medicine trusted hy lluuisuml* of women, Rirls to help insure n £ u i n s t crnrnps, "nerves" and monthly misery. A little. Cnrdui ouch day helps build no rcuhtanee mny no Rreator cm-h month, tidrvousnons and nulTerinj: leiit nnd Ions. Look moro nRturnl—f««l nnd sleep better, Ask your denier tor Cnrdui. (Say: "eard-no»-fy»"). •AfnMy nfimlMt etlimal* I/in I at nxmi limn riurinff lift I out a/ curry I tuomtn tuff en /rom monfMy rft'jt<!<mt/orf. C A R D U I MONTHLY CRAMPS • CHANGE OF Lift NOTICE! We are prepared to take cartf of your winter pasture PMA ; orders for seeds and fertilizer! as well as Louisiana white win***,, ter shallots and White Bermuda onion sets Plenty of parking room anti loading space at our new location? where business is appreciated. MONTS SEED STORE 310 E. 2nd iff! AT WEST BROS. FRIDAY & SATURDAY SAVE BOYS LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Flannel or Print Sizes 6 to 16. Special Friday & Saturday $1.00 STRIPED OUTING 36 Inch. Special Friday and Saturday 29cyard 80 SQUARE BROWN SHEETING 39 Inch. Special Friday and Saturday 4 yards $1.00 LADIES BLUE JEANS Regular and Longs. Special Fri. & Sat. $2.49 MEN'S CORDUROY SHIRTS Red, Green, Gold, Blue and" Brown 3.95 & 4.95 RAYON GABARDINE TL Ten New Fall Colors. 45 Inch. Special Friday & Saturday 98cyard 4 J BOYS' CORDUROY SHIRTS Assorted Colors. Sizes 2 to 16 Special Friday & Saturaay $2.98 FAST COLOR CRETONNE .* *- * 36 Inch, Special Friday. and Saturday 39c yard LITTLE BOYS' WESTERN JEANS Red, Black, Grey, and Suntan Khaki Sizes 1 to 6 $1.98 JACKET to Match $1.98 FIRST QUALITY NYLON HO r^^vp 60 Gqgge - 15 Denier.4^|j Friday and Saturdoy^^SSJ 98c AIR - CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING < V J 3 & ')»>S3S 11 SECOND and MAIN

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