w w r^ ^ w m^ w ^F liolism Is Question 8AHTB rfc. N, M,, S*n. A. Taft of Ohio told a cheering crowd l**t night that the nation dteldcm In juit three wc«ki wwher It want* «<x>l«ll«m or « tree AmoHean way of llf», tfnrlfar In the dny h* told «n AlburquerqUo ludUncenll tb* pro*out trouble* ot the VnU«d flint*! ate trietBblo, w "mUtokf* in fot- ttolky," and he binned cor- ptlftn Jn |tovrrfim«nt, Jfn Htm told n«wim«n In a con« tet h* „„,„-, ,„..._.. Mftitfft tn the HolW Rwth iff In VirKlnl*, Florldn, Ttrtiu»*< mwrt in hi* tt in M ta , lk it «»w«>rr|u*, ho lathed at "f«Ul mi* f, ifTxnn nim >w>ui*ianH, niricd in i'irfi(fn*nt" in tha tdrTJln- fit (pent tftc n!*hl In 8*ti(* Fr| duration, T»Ft Mid II wa* in itiu- •ml WB* to mw» on lortajr to S.iit «inn I>*fc» City ttnd U»*mi, Utah, j "In tfi« lust two year*," he tald, fcefnri* oft overflow crowd of 2,- j "!hw h»* Iwi-n a gm)«.rnl dir- 000 In A Simla ff high «chofi! n«xll ' tnrluMi, he declared th<? cAfinpnlKn iwiwi thl» full If Uftt; "It I* the romiirfipllon nnd »:<>n- llnuetlon of proftre** under n American way of !lf«, fl* r>tH to the alleged ndvnnetn (<> be Uilnod by nurrenderlnij our and our freedom (» th« 4 IQJ In the tilttndartl ol living, &nd .(iilct n deficit in most family t»ti<lK«,'t» Millions of famillfS living -,n thfir stivlritfn or fixed allow- .irj''fl* arc much wortr off llian wer<' two yearn ngo." Mnya Indian* who once pro„..- ,. . duecd H hi«h civilization In what rr,crcl«» df An all-power ftil and »r- JH now Mexico aro still the most bllrery H<jvttfnfTK'nl. jlmportnnl rlpmi?nl in the I* imp n1 don of Yucatan. 4 4 OLD IVORY Come Get Dozens of Exceptional Values! the WEST BROS. FRIDAY SATURDAY _. . gr«at mor»*y toying «V«nt or Wtst Bros. Friday and Saturday are Dollar Dayi, and you'll iay« on th« thing* you n«ed now dnd will need later. Be here early both days, »«*. iOYS FLANNEL SHIRTS These are in prints or flannel. Sizes . 2 to* 16. ForDollarDoys $1.00 M. 81x99 CANNON )yer'l'30 threads to square inch, light irregujaps, For Dofcja/ Days H8S Aaeal valua for Irregylafs, p, . 42x36 ^B^n^^fmf*^ Another r«oI value buy for ' *"* Dollar Dqys.. ; ^ 80 SQUARE DOMESTIC 40 inches Wide. Special for •Dollar Days only 4 yds. $1.00 * ** 20 it x 40 CANNOK TOWELS First quality tpy^iels. Special for 3 CHUDRENS COTTON TRAIN a suppli^f thes^^Special for .Dollar Days,,* LADIES PANTIES These are in S^all, medium and Iq^lge, For Dollar Days 4prs $100 MINS — Another real (Dollar pays' Buy plenty, 7pr$$!,00 SOX UCE PANELS A reol vatae for Dollar Days, Special "* ** aoo Hopt, 4 * •K^ -t -, - SPICED PEACHES •fc. 11 29c JANE PARKER APPLE PIES Each 39c SPARKLE PUDDINGS "ASSORTED" 20c ANN PAGE SALAD DRESSING r 25c A&P's Big 93rd^SBH^Hga Anniversary Our appearance has changed ... but not our policy — to keep prices as low as possible! PORK & BEANS ANN 16 Ox. PAGE Con lOc BLACK PEPPER 2 Oz. Can 43c PRESERVES ANN PAGE STRAWBERRY 12 Oz. Glass 27c -9— KETCHUP r ANN PAGE 14 Oz. Bottle 19c Anniversary Meat Values! SUPER RIGHT GROUND A A MEAT ib.47 SUPER RIGHT HEAVY CALF SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. 8k SUPER.RIGHT HEAVT CALF CHUCK ROAST Lb. 5k SUPER RIGHT SMOKED HAMS WHOLE or HALF Lb. 63c SUPER RIGHT SMOKED PICNICS Lb. 39c BACON SQUARES - 25c SUPER RIGHT CCWKED PICNfcS Lb. NUTLEY OLEO 2k MORRELL'S ' SNACKS Can 35C ANN PAGE — TOMATO SOUP 3 29< SANDWICH ROLLS-JANE.PARKER 1 5C DAILY Dog Food DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE JUICE DEL MONTE CRUSHED PINEAPPLE N c°J25c "'•.'*•! vt;f SCOT TISSUE 2 Roiis 21 c NORTHERN TISSUE 3 R oi ls 23c SCOT TOWELS 2 Pkgs 35c* ARMOURS TREET KRAFTS VELVEETA 2 et 99c SUNNYFIELD FLOUR 10s L o bck 73c DIAL SOAP 2 Bath OO SizcOOG TQIjtiT SOAP WOODBURY D TOILET SOAP WOODBURY . Bath Bar IK BLUING FLAKES BLU-WHITE 9* LliBY'S MEAT No. % Can WHWr* ^ LOAF .7-oz. Can 39' LIUY'S LUNCH TONGUE Np. . Can 35' UUY'S DEVILED HAM No. V4 19* LliiY'S VIENNA SAUSAGE No. .:..:. Con 21* Nil SALADS AND PINE COOKING WESSON OIL Pint Bol SHORHNINO SNOWDRIFT LOTS OF SUDS WITH SUPER SUDS , . lorg« Pkg. 27* lUUNOHY SOAP CRYSTAL WHITE . Bart 13* <A»HMiRB vouourr ^P^WWIWil^BniliUPlVti •OVQUIT 2 45c A&P's Big 93rd SWEETHHART SOAP ,....: 2 Reg. Bars SWEETHEART SOAP......... 2 Bath. Bars MARCAL SANPWICH mn. BAGS . P kg0 f4olQ< STAR KIST _ Vll-u M Green No. V TUNA Label Can Anniversary VI • WASHINGTON JONATHAN APPLES Lb 15c FRESH BANANAS .if': Lbs. LARGE 4 DOZEN SIZE LETTUCE * i Heads 25c IpAHQ RUSSETT POTATOES 5 Lbs 33c FRIGIOETTE BABY LIMAS FRIGIQETTg "FROZEN*" CUT CORN as. 10 Oz. |*| Pkg. I! 10 Oz. Pkg. T7c B&W FROZEN ORANGE JUICE SOCIETY 744*1 B«tv»««n I A. M. «nd 4 P. M. p. D. -Booth. Calendar Thursday, October 16 = (^Jope Chnptcr 328 Order of tho Eastern Star will meet Thursday night, October 16, nt 7:3(1. Al! meitt- bers.jire asked to be present. rs.are aski "'.. ? .~-.y::~~ RIALTO 4 FINAL SHOWING' • Friday, October 17 The UeAnn Lilac Garden Club has postponed the Halloween Party which was scheduled for Friday night, October 10. until Friday night, October 17. All members are to meet Wednesday eveninj:, October 15, to clean the club room. Saturday, October- 18 The Christian Women's Fellowship ol tno First Christian thtireh will hold u rurnmtiKG st»IC itt front nf the New Theatre buftditlfc, Saturday. October U1. Anyone having rum ma go please bring tt>: to, the church around 4 p.m. ashlonct! with a lui skirt, the fitted bodice had « stand tip collar, bracelet length sleeves was buttoned to the wfltst HILLS O' HOME FROZEN : WHOLE OKRA HILLS Q'HOMf FROIEN : ™ BLACKEYED PEAS The Dahlia Garden Club will; meet for their first regular nieet-i ing of the year Friday afternoon, October 17, at 2:30 nt the home of Mrs. Dewey Baber with Mrs. Hoss Bright as co-hostess. All members are ^irged to be present to make plans for the Fall Flower Show. nnd with sell covered buttons. Her bridal hat of mink feathered satin was snnped in the form of a heart. A nose length veil fastened to the back of th,> hat. She wort- mink gioves and brown suede opera pumps, and carried a bouquet Ol The ladies of St. Mark's Episco-| orotu.e chrys.inthemums. pal Church wil have n bake sale, Mrs. Earue Foster, sister of the Saturday morning. October 18, at, bride, sorveit as matron of honor. 10 o'clock at the Parish Hall, 30.V Her dress ( ,r black coral taltetr, South Kim. was fashioned after that of lh<\ . . u. I bride's. Her accessories were pinR Monday, October .20 The Annie Hoover Qirele of the. First Baptist Church WMS with Mrs. S. A. Whitlow us leader, will meet in the home of Mrs. J. V. Moore. Jr. H'Jil East 7th. at 2:'M p.m. Monday. October 'JO. Mrs. Pat Casey wai Lilac Garden C1lf% when to « 0' of met Wedntsdny afternoon nt do**, Mrs. Herbert Stephens nievlnS nnd Miss Mable were associate hostesses. The meeting was opened with the president, Mrs. A. E. Slusacr. reading the Club were read bv the Tuesday, October 21 There will be a District PTA Conference meeting at the Methodist Hope Country Club will have; Church at Stumps Tuesday, Oct. "Open-' House" after the football j 1 "- Rc.mslration will be held from ga-me Friday night for members; 0:3 ° to 1« o'clock. and their families.-Hosts and host-; esses will be Mr. and Mrs. Walter The Most Spectacular' Fight Ever Filmed! • "VALLEY OF THE EAGLES" Filmed in the Icy Wilderness •of the Perilous Arctic! • FRIDAY & SATURDAY • Weaver Bros. & Elviry "DOWN IN ARKANSAS" REX ALLEN 'SILVER CITY BONANZA" *SAENGER • LAST TIMES TODAY • Yvonne De Carlo • Rock Hudson SHORTS Musical, Randy Brooks Orch. "SNOW FROLICS" Friday & Saturday — 2 BIG HITS — ROY ROGERS & TRIGGER "SPRINGTIME IN THE SIERRAS MARIA MANTEZ JOHN HALL SABU "White Savage" Miss Beryl Henry .Honored With Birthday Dinner Members of the Fidelis Class of the First Methodist Church honored their teacher, Miss Beryl Henry with a birthday dinner Wednesday night. October 15, at the church. The tables held arrangements of roses. A chicken dinner was served to forty members present. Miss Henry was presented a copy of thi! new revised standard version ol the Bible. The presentation was made by the class president. Mrs. Ham Strong. Mrs. I.awvence Martin gave u review on the book "Sudden "Glory." and blai:k. -She carried H bouquet ol pink astns wnn leaves of pea COCK blue satin. Chester Hunt ,,f Little Hock, brother-in-law ot the sroom. served as best man. Mrs. la.vlor chose for her daugh lei's weddins a dross of navy crepe wnn |,,ak ami navy acceh sories. Her corsaye was of pink carnations. The couple received fluv guests in tne vestibule ol' the church, For travel, .Mrs. Collins chose a j «lso ftunmeiul snk sii.iimmn suit. Her accessories were red and navy. She pinned a corsage of red carnations at her shoulder. After a weddm» trip, Mr. and Mrs. Collins will he at home in Sprint; Hill. Out of town quests were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shipp ; im | son, Mark ol Fort Worth. Texas. Mr', and Mrs. Bob McDowell and son, \Vallace. ol Fort \Vorili. Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jlunt, and duutfli' ter, Twila, ol Little Koek, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Souter and son, Mike, of Sprmghill. La.. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Burns and family of Strong, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Messer of Washington, and Mrs. Earlie Foster, Sr.. nf I.ewisville. B. t.. Hettlg. Plans were mado for the fall flower show to be held October 2D. Mrs. Oraydon Anthony, program chairman, presented Mrs. Foiuie Moses who save an original talk on "How to Grow Dahlias." Mrs Dewey Camp read the by-laws and constitution of the Garden Clubs. The hostesses served u refreshment plate, decorated In the Hall I oween motif, with hot coffee, to! twenty-three members and one Huest, Mrs. Carrie Sullivan ot Wichita. Kansas. The Halloween motif was carried out in the decorations throuuhout the entertaining rooms. AITJIMKU ments of red radiance roses we IT used. 6! t.to th« * wero n««r ctrthJJIft of (he rhcettng, Mrs. Otvllle Stehdmnn, Mrs. Bnker, Mrs. Mcrllrt Cox, nnd Mr* A. A, Andrews will meet In the home of Mrs. Andrews Friday to complete the trays. After ft short talk by Mrs. Stead- Creed. Minutes' man. Pood Preservation leader, on secretary, Mrs.' Judging canned food, everyone view I'd tin- display of canned goods to be donnted to the Arknnsns Crippl ed Children's Home. Mrs. Merlin Co^ won the surprise package. Refreshments ofi cake and cold drlflks cnrryinR out' the Halloween motif were served, r*. Mr*, aincl^^dd'tbW -,- .- nunl fcstivnl Get 14 "«\ t o'«t86Sf. The demonstration \vfl* "jttdiiftg Canned Goods" given bjC Mt*. Weft therford. The cnnftcd (Jirods vvere given to the orphanage. Refreshments were served nnd the meeting adjourned to meet at A«a III America's fivot te, af* 1/4 adult <t<m«, nr*n<e flavored. Buy it today, 390, 1 Evening Shade The Kvening Shade HD Club met! October 2 at the home of Mrs. Smith, with Mrs. Lem Porterfleld as eo-hostess, The group read the HD Creed j sang "Count Your Ulesslntjs." "THE BIGGEST LITTLE STOKI IN TOWN" NOW M STAR BRAND WORK SHOES Mrs. Porterfleld rend the al followed by n prayer " devotion | oy Mrs, I Collins — Taylor Wedding Solemnized The wecidiriK of Miss Marion Taylor and Brooks Collins was solemnized at the Rocky Mound Baptist Church, Sunday afternoon, October 12, at 4 o'clock. The bride is the j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Taylor of Hocky Mound and the groom is the son of Mrs. Roy Collins and the late Mr. Collins uf Spring Hill. -The Klder Coy Zumwalt officiated at the double riny ceremony before an arch of salal leaves and floor baskets of white stocks and emerald leaves. Preceding the ceremony, a program of mf;.Ual music was given by Mrs. A. W. Martin, pianist. Billy Mitchell sang "Because" and "Always." The bride, who entered on thp arm of her father, was attired in Intermediate Has Meeting Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Foster returned Tuesday night from Little Rock where they' attended the Arkansas-Haylor football game Saturday nlaht and the Convention of the Arkansas Heal ICstnte Association Sunday. Monday, and Tuesday at the Marion Hotel. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. H. K. Mohon, of Hope, Master Jack Martin, nt. 1 Hope. Discharged. Mrs. J. B. Caldwell, Hope. fe Girls Auxiliary October 14 The Intermediate Girls Auxiliary met Tuesday, October 14, at the home of Mary Lou and Ituby Sue Cornelius. The new president, Wanzell Nix, called the meeting to order and had the group repeat the G. A. watchword and aim. Judy Moses Jed in prayer after which the program was turned over to Ruby Sue. "What Freedom Moans to Me" was used as the topic of the program. Those taking part were Judy Moses, Janette Karr. Jane Burroughs, and Frances Nash. Refreshments were served to 12 members present. The next meeting will be held at the First Baptist Church on Tuesday, October 21. nt 4 p.m. Julia Chester Admitted: A. J. Mhor Bill Bridgers. Hope. Mr ( R. Pnnkey, 1'reseott. Hopo, Clubs Baker Mrs. Joe B. IlarRis was hostess to the Baker Home Demonstration Cluh Thursday evening in the home ofMrs. W. M. Harris on West Ave nue B. Kleven members and one visitor, Miss Charlotte Wilson, were present for an interesting diseuss- ion and demonstration on etching of alumium into attractive.serving RESISTS PERSPIRATION PILES Stole My Pep -But NowJIm/HEPT D«<t*r-D*v»l«p*<l, CUnlt-f r*y*4 fture'i fum««l«»d relief from miitr? ot I>ll«n. Thorntnn Minor'* olntmrnt Hcvol- iipttl thruufh «ip<trl«uc4 of tro»lln» 71,000 !i«ll»»u for K ren^nry »t worlil'i l»*illm I Ktctikl. hu>plt'»l h«i h«lit«t million^. He- I lltv«« |)km «( plli-i—prunmttn licallnv— hvlp'i rvnucv •welmif, . T)l«cover wumlnf* ful r»lltf vr moner buck I In tiibei or «o«n kt nil drur >tnr«i. In Hope nt Gibson Drug. HOPE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 8. Main 4 Country Club rd. Tberr'i a Slut, Brand that ' far lutry jobl $5.45 FOSTER'S FAMILY SHOE STORE "Wh.rt Good SheM art F!»l«d Corr«etlv" 101 E. 2nd St. Corbln Foster Phono 7-6700 , ? *; Filling prescriptions is the most important- part of our business. We have filled over one third million of them. *Vou _. curt bring j yours" "prescription to Cfiix's with confidence, i Carton of 50 BOOK MATCHES '• '. (Limit 2) 1 3-oz. [Camphorated] Oil 27 C (Limit 1) Regularly 12c Flashlight Batteries New,.. Leak pi oof 2-l Tc 4-oz. BORIC ACID Powder, Ciystals IPANA 'Ammonlated Chlorophyll TOOTHPASTE! s'..59 cl JOHN P. COX DRUG (0, DIAL 7-4616 or 7-4617 WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Agency DRUG STORE ^g^ HOUSECLEANING f ~~. K'. Handy <5'/ 2 " Sizt! 100 White Envelopes Cello box. QOc (Limit 2) . UU Smooth quajity. Jutt Prea. .Air'i Fresh I Amoray Room Deodorizer Pine, ipice or flower icent , i 09 Johnson's PASTE WAX u 75c S *'/•'• No Ink-Stained f Hands or Clothes with PAPER-MATE PEN D t, «._rf i JA ^A f^_^^ Ktt:tc\able ^ p3 bali.fxlitii ..... b JL "^ Approved (or checks, j ' wills and other im- / porlant documents. GUARANTEED not to leak. • Reg. 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VI Active Chlorophyll that Won't Stain Walgreen Clean Groen CHLOROPHYLL TOOTH PASTE Cleans hreaih. KceJ« gums healthier, too. Getyour >LQC Giant Tubt .. *V9 BEAUTY Goes !o Your HEAD! T^SsT pl/Q SAI>*i. •iw"'*™^**^ 1 ^^ PRY HAIR? Try Formula 20 Ttlted 40-tu. ^ [geod ht»lth |tArroiI with eaiy. OUfien BAYTOL 'vf^:v Just one capsule 9 tijy supplies cssenl- Ul B factors needed. \ New 89 C Foaming Oil SHAMPOO O i 129 a-oz. Bottles.. ci • I Lanolin-rich lather cleans hair with deodorant action. Lanolin Enriched " LUSTRE- CREME Sh*mp««. $ 4 4-oi. jtr . Jk Makes hair shine. tfo* in 3 Hair Ty0«» I TONI WAVE ' REFILL KIT* Very yentle, 4 SO [ rtg., iuftr. *~~ Choose your type. ,!,•»»• Bthavei Ntturallyl LILT With Natumlizer Refill | 251 Kit,i*Hi:. . *^^| No kink or frizz Richard Hu<fnut ^ Home Waver Refill Kit \c Natural 450 looking . *"""" Coieiiee cuds. ?^ *•$- $|Uf "Dvk Eyet" lumiflowi A < ALARM CLOCK 2 . Waltrevn's i;ujraiiKetl Chronmiste Non-buokaUA crvctaL "**r" •"^"WWwmip Tfrqy IJMJ • " HEAVfPOME r For,-Value Days ^< f 25c yd.,; MEN'S RED HAWK OVERALLS For Value Days $2.98 ^ i f .)>. Medium Weight DOMESTIC For Value Days 15c yd. DIAPERS These are 27x27 $1.98 CANNON NYLON HOSE llNew'fall shades, medium and /,! long lengths. Irregular, • Sizes 81 to ,11. 2pr$1.00 (Limit 2 pairs) - , Red Hawk OVERALLS For Value Days $1.98 Beyi Corduroy SHORTS Regular $2.95 values $1.00 RED HAWK BLUE JEANS All Sizes. $1.98 •OYS SIOR.T , ' W^, \f? *VK?tmJ*x ^^^ : SRORf SHIRTS Sanfori^ fonqy bropdclotb.,AII sizes, 'Xf '*X' *a^k. Winch ALL RAYON PLAIDS Crease resists nt. The, cloth for dresses, spomweor, and Childrens wear. RfguJ0r $J »95, $W»I* M,<, 4 f^rW.i0.F * Ik ••, ^k. ,.L . .. 1 ,L . ..^fc—..**^«.t ' All ^^^W^^^WIM t +i, n •-.' f.- %' W f J • '. * -^'/"l k- •*'.
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