Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 25, 1952 · Page 14
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 14

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 25, 1952
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Men EST BROS. 4th ANNIVERSARY AND ANNUAL FALL EVENT!! V ' FALL OPENING SPECIAL 37" PINWALE CORDUROY Blue,,, green, red, navy, tangerine, gold,'purple, aqua, brown, yellow, and grey. Hundreds of yards bought for this great event. te A West .Fall , Opening * Price C Yd. i ,1** t** FALL OPENING SPECIAL Special Purchase PILLOW CASES You( opportunity to save on these 42x36, 80 square pillow cases. You'll want to stock up when you Seatbe'vO. Special for Fall open- iHg*ari'd our anniversary ' Pr. Special rico FALL OPENING SPECIAL Household Bargain TOWELS »>*r v ' " * J " Don't -miss this opportunity to iqw on towels. These are , fluffy Cannon towels and > ** specially priced for this great event, ixtro * Sptcial ,? **« 3 $1 «<* FALL OPENING SPECIAL MEN'S WHITE «"•* A tt V ANDKERCHIEFS n don't miss this value buy! : «re 17x18 handkerchiefs Ipeciol low price o for 99 < atin and Crepe IPS **' viy now and Sovt, loae tr im cut to FALL OPENING SPECIAL CHILDREN'S DRESSES A big fall savings in these child rens printed broadcloth dresses. Buy several now and you'll save. Special only *|.00 I STARTING FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26th Again we bring you two great events in one. Our 4th Anniversary and Foil opening event. We bought many outstanding values for this event and are passing tht savings on to you. Be sure and be here early and shop the entire store for every member of the family. You'll same at WEST BROS. FAIL, O?i"NJNG SPECIAL FAST COLOR PRINT This 36 hv!i f ist color print in a -vide range of new fall patterns. You'll want lo Ixiv n supply now. Very Special Yd. Men's Dress SHOES A complete selection of these shoes fashioned for comfort, Plain, cap, wing tip, and moccasin styles. * to $10.95 BIG SPECIAL BUY LADIES NEW FALL DRESSES Adorable styled for all occasions . . . All sizes in new fall materials. BOUGHT For THIS EVENT ONLY. You'd expect to pay $6.95. $2 .99 EACH FALL OPENING SPECIAL 26" Rainbow OUTING FLANNEL A big hit for fall. Extra warm, washable, in light stripes. Big super saving at this low price. .00 $51 NYLON HOSE 'Beautiful sheer nylons in all the newest fall shades and a complete range of sizes. First Quality- Si GAUGE . . . GAUGE . . . 60 79c c Ladies' New Fall COATS Grand assortment of woods and gabardines. Bought by our buyers from the ashion centers of America. 11.95 to 39.95 FALL OPENING SPECIAL MEN S SHIRTS and SHORTS These are fast color broadcloth shorts and fine ribbed athletic shirts. Complete range of sizes. 75 Per Suit Ladies 7 Neatly Tailored New Fall SUITS No wardrobe is complete without one or two good suits. This is your chance. Wide selection. New styles. 8.95 to 2495 NYLON PANTIES Lace inserts, elastic legs, and 100% nylon. Your opportunity to get real quality at this low price. AIR - CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT WEST BROS SECOND and MAIN HOPE, ARK. Form Fitting BRASSIERS Extra special in white and pink. Complete range of sizes, and at this special fall opening price. 2 for $1.00 'V- i " "4 -J^ i X ^*u i MOM ITAlt, HOM, A1KANIAS SMirkits : Grains held about steady in early trading today but soybeans moved 'toward a bit. Hogs are steady to 1 13 cents lower. Cattle are steady "hnd wholes-ale meats are mostly steady to a little lower. If Cotton futures opened 25 cents "ft bale lower to five cents higher '.} Commodity report, furnished by Husbands! Wives! Want new Pep and Vim? TtKrowmln ot wiiplfti »rt WM». worn-out, n- | fcft&MM Rolriy htcnuM bmlr Iflrk-f Imo. For 1101* ' t vlultiy. try Ojitret Tonic Tublftti. BupplIM rmi, loo. m»y nf»«l for p«p: wpplemTOinrr Tltlmln Bi. Trial site ro^U IIIIK Or 8AVR KY—«t rexular $1.10 ?lie o-a» 9Sr. For mil Mvton '" moaey-mvmi "Lcunouij" Hi*. ' At alt drup, stores everywhere—in Hope, at Cox Drug. the USDA: Hogs arc selling steady to most ly 25 cents lower in the east half of the corrtbelt. Bulk sales of 19 to 270 pmimi butchers have been from $19.5J to $20.50 with weights around 25C pounds or less generally up lu $20.50. Tops range from 520.50 ti/ $20.65. , Sows are steady to weak at Chi cago but steady to 2.~> cents higher at East St. Louis Most sows are bringing $16 to $10 but choice lightweights have sold up to $19.50 at Chicago. New York: Noon October Cotton 39.04. December Cotton 39.10. Presbyterians Revamp Synod in Convention The surface of the Gulf of Mex- icc is roughly 6 Inches higher than the Atlantic Ocean, says the National Geographic Society. J Jap War Prisoners Cast Ballots ^^^£ cd by the Synod. Opposition' to the plan was by the Rev. John T. Barr, who was re-elcctod stated secretary, ni job he has held (or 30 ynrs. ' i TOKYO. 1,V - Three- hundred Mr. Barr charged the new plon, ,, Jip! , ne ;, c wm . criminals n Sunnmo woxnJ do • great clHma K e" to Ihe' ,,,.„„„ , od;>y cas , ,,, pil , ,, nllots for FAIR WEEK SPECIALS While you are at the Stock Show and Fair this week be sure you visit our store for all of your grocery needs. We will save you money. Mrs. Tucker SHORTENING 3 , Pound Carton COFFEE Folgers, Maxwell House, Admiration Chase & Sanborn 84c JELLY BAMA PURE APPLE 120z. Glasses PILLSBURY CAKE MIX DEAL 2 54c TISSUE Softex 3 Rolls 23c MILK Carnation & Pet 7 Lg or 14 Sm. cans 98c SALMON Sea Feast Flat Pink 2 - 7 3 /4 oz. cans 53c WAX PAPER Kitchen Charm 125 Foot Roll NAPKINS WHITE 80 PACK iBoxes 23c KETCHUP DEL MONTE -I Q 14 Oz. Bottle IVC Libbys and Del Monte No. Can PEARS 2i . 39c LIMA BEANS OZARK VALLEY ALL GREEN 2 No. 2 Cans 29c PEAS Purple Hull and Blackeyes 2 No. 2 Cans 29c Hominy White and Yellow 3 No. 2 Cans 25c BEEF and Gravy LiSTO 303 Can 47c Be Sure to Visit the Third District Livestock Show This Week FROZEN FOODS Orange Juice WHOLESUN 2 Cans 29C PEACHES Winter Garden in Syrup 2 ' 19c KITTLE ROCK, OJV-A 15-mem- biv Synod Council designed to streamline administration of the Synod of Arkansas of the Prcsby U>riaii Church in the United States was organized yesterday. The Synod, governing body of tht church in Arkansas, approved I'stablishment of the Council, which will act ns an executive commit t<n\ at the opening session of its annual convention here. There was little opposition to the I administration plan, sponsored by| the Central Office Committee, headed by the Rev. W. E. Me- C'ul.uaiuof Pine Bluff. But the 120 ministers and ciders who make up the Synod approved a now system of distributing mon- ty to the church's various charities only after u bitter floor Unlit. Glenn A. Railsback of Pine Bluff, head of the Stewardship Committee, offered the new system to replace what he called the present "inequitable and obsolete" method of distribution. In general, Railback's proposal requires that all special "causes" participating in the church's benevolent program report all gifts. These gifts then will be charged against their operating budgets. All gifts would be distributed in accord with the percentages adopt- pift program aiiil would result If I icwcr donation. Mr. Rollback's plai> \vns approved by an almost 2-to-l margin. The Rev. A. F. Pogartie of Jonesboro, retiring moderator, preached the openinji sermon- pf the 2-day session. : * He wns succeded as moderator by Rev. George McK.ee ol Mountain Home. The Rev. George :Wltv gard of Snowball was elected lilit first national election since .In' p.u\ became independent April 98. I Thir voles will be tabulated when tlu rest of the country votes Oct. 1 They had been disenfranchised ilurinji the Allied occupation. permanrnl clerk. The Synod represents ' 136. Ar k.nistts churelu-s with n member' »hip 0$. 2(1.500. Produce Dept. LETTUCE Large 4 Doz. Size 2 Heads 27 C FRESH GREEN CABBAGE Pound ^C GOLDEN YELLOW BANANAS 2 Lbs 25c IRISH POTATOES 1f\ Pound CQ_ IV Mesh Bag DOC 'HOME GROWN SWEET POTATOES Jm Pounds IVC RED TOKAY GRAPES 2 Pounds |9C Meat Dept. SUN VALLEY OLEO 2 p r rds 39c t TALL KORN BACON Pound 48C HOME GROWN FRYERS Pound D/C FRANKS 1 Pound ^Q- Package *»yC OYSTERS K. C. STEAKS ROAST for Fri<|qy 26th and Saturday 27th B6*B Super Market B/rdeye Frozen Food Dealer D t L i / c h i jfc k : ^,y; .a c ^ __ „&* OPEN ALL NITE 98c BEFtifcE OR AFTER THE RODEO SPECIALS !/2 CHICKEN — FRENCH FRIES HOT ROLLS HAM STEAK (8 Oz.) FRENCH FRIES QQ- HOT ROLLS :7OC THE OAKS HIWAY 67 WEST — CITY LIMITS HERE S YOUR TO GET IN ON A (ASH (ROP QUICKLY 111 We offer 6 MONTH OLD PULLETS AT OUR COST ready to house November 1st for only $2.25 per PULLET, and per.MALE BIRD needed 10% deposit with your order will hold these birds for you until November 1st. Birds will be tested, vaccinated, and ready to put into your laying house ... OR.... We will have available some 5 WEEK OLD PULLETS (and MALES to go with them) at 70c each. 10% deposit required. These will be ready to deliver to you on October 16th. If you want to see these birds, and we think you should (you don't want to buy a "Pig in a Poke.") We will arrange a tour to our breeding farm at Blevins on Tuesday, Oct. 7th, leaving from the Feeder's Supply here in Hope at 3:30 P. M. Please leave your name with Lynn Franks there so we can make arrangements. »These birds on our restricted feed program should come into production the middle of March and be ready to supply us hatching eggs by April 1st. WE GUARANTEE to buy all Hatching Eggs the Year 'Round at Not Less Than 75c Per Dozen. You don't need fancy houses, and -equipment . . . just an ordinary one . . . plus good all mash feeding . . . good water supply, and good common sense management. Lynn Franks of Feeders Supply? and Corn Belt Hatcheries will help you get the most out of these birds. Farm records all over the country show a NET PROFIT PER BIRD OF $2.00, and MANY OF OUR FLOCK OWNER^ MAKE UP TO $3.00 and $3.50 per bird, <* We do require no less than 500 pullets per farm. CORN BELT HATCHERIES OF ARKANSAS East Third Street Hope, Arkansas 'sif&^'sm-^', ^-w.*, "^4' "• J*.dTlk&Jiy Famous Super-Right U, S. CHOICI HEAVY CALF CHUCK ROAST Lb. ? U. S. CHOICE HIAVY CALF STEW HEP Lb. FRESH FROZEN CELLO CODFISH FILLETS Lb. FRESH FROZEN OCEAN PERCH CELLO PKG. Lb. il SUPER RIGHT COOKED PICNICS 45c SUPER RIGHT Butt or Shank Portion SMOKED HAM * 57c SUPER RIGHT SMOKED PICNICS , CURED — SMOKED BACON SQURES> 2 NUTLET OLEO 1 Lb, Pkg. BALLARD BISCUITS 2 Cam' SULTANA FRUIT COCKTAIL 3 $1. IONA PEACHES SLICED or No. 2\ HALVES Can Mild & Mellow EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE l-lb.Pkg. A&P WHOLE GREEN BEANS WHITE HOUSE MILK PURE LARD Armour's O Lb. At ^ O Crt 4 1C 3 " Tall !«| •Cans ''4ri« GRAPES 3 Lbs25e FRESH ITALIAN PRUNES Lb. lOc ".'- CALIFORNIA LEMONS Lb. 15c FRESH ' GREEN CABBAGE ; ', M (' 5c FRESH TOMATOES 15c LARGE HEAD — 4 DOZ. SIZE LETTUCE Heads 25c IDAHO RUSSETTS POTATOES Lbs. 29c NATIONAL DOG WEt-K c!5H OF •••*••'!• • svifl REGULAR URIL] 3Mii/13li DOG 3 1 W>. Co DOO rooo PARD DOG MlAi DAILY e 9 Id. III. ' i' 'iB DASH Doaroop 2 Lib. Cam AUfTIX .-- i rulll WITH N..9M CHIll HANI i, tat SWIFT'S HAMBURGERS 47* 10-or. Can Swift'ning Mb, Can 77* Jewel Oil Pint Bottle SWIFTS CLEANSER 14-oz. Pkg. 12-oz. Can 47* •Win** MEAT WaPpm ^Rl^W^Wm^^^^ Lux Flakes arge Pkg. 27* Lux Soap Reg. Ban. 1$< Lifebuoy Reg. Ban ,'.., , ,;.( Bath Ion .,„.,..,...,.„»,. * r "\ lux Soap Bath Ban. Swan Soap 2 Mtd.Bon , SwanSoaf >, A ^«r 71 2 mjm W iPF • - l *...,-/-. „» •* .

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