Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 20, 1952 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1952
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'-'I'" • HOfl iTA*, MOM, ARKANSAS thurtddy, November 20,19S1 i HBBBBBBP^BII^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^•M^ajri 1 ' Moore DIAL 7-4431 Serving You Slnct 1896 WILSON CORN KINO BACON Ib. 44c NO, 1 LIAN DRY SALT MEAT Ib. 27c RED DELICIOUS APPLES doz. 49c FRESH DRESSID HENS Ib. 44c Fraitt Cutt Perk Shoulder ROAST Ib, 43c No, 303 S(*« Can Delicious PEACHES 6caml.OO Doctors Not Volunteering for Service »y PWANK CAREY AP 8elt n ee Reporter WASHINGTON, i* - The presl <l«nt of tb" American MfdU;«l As »oelnlion »»y* rnnny doctor* are »•»•• taxing tc volunteer for military icrvlew bcmusf they feel too much of thHr time I* waited trenllni; wlvo* find children of Bfnetl fore«n member*. Dr. liouk H. Bauer of Hemp- 'lend, N.Y., collwl upon thr »*rv- iei'i to find out how much time itiilllary doctor* upend faring for Start Stocking Up for Thanksgiving with traditional A & Thursday, November 20, 1952 0 P Q S 7 A RY H 0,,P 8 , A tt tt A M S A 8 Dox, URD 119 •%^ML4p M^MV * * il8.25c ;«c. S Lb. SACK JUICY ORANGES 29e 1 Lb. box Chocolate Covered CHERRIES 49c DIAMOND TISSUE 12 rolls 1.00 U, S. NO. 1 IRISH POTATOES sack 49c 4 Pound Carton Wilton PURE LARD 59c Groon Lobol Star-Kiit i Ri-iil ID medical mm on Iwnvln*! tho m-rvicps olto this fr«C|iicntly n« n oaum* o( r«5- fulfilment— namely Hint tliey hnvc Ijfen dm tied from civilian life lo taho cnri- of other civilians. In urging iirt Irw'stltfntlon by thu n n nod force*, the AMA lender laid 1 yOHtcrdiiy In un ndtlrcfis prcpnreil f.ir lh« BOth nnnuul rncotlnK of tin? AftHoclnllrm of Military HurKOons of t:ic Un'url Htntc-5: "The ncfott»Hy for cxtonslon of the doctor Unifl law will depend in pint on thi» answer to this question." Dr. Molvln A. Cnsbcrg, chnlr- innn of the Armed Forces Medl- c.il Poiicy Council, unit! yesterday doctor* up to 51 yenrs of nge without votcron.i' atnUis may bo drnfl- i;«l onrly next yenr unless the present outlook In doctor .supply Improves. At Another point In his tnlk, Dr. Ilm'cr (inserted: "The medical services of the f.riiiod forces nre still HiiffeririH from vmfnvurnble renctlons, th result ol the Itist war. Markets OPENING COTTON New York — Cotton Future!) opened 40 fonts to $1.40 II bole lower. Dec. 3-J.50.S3; March 35.28; M«y 35.011-73; July 35.79-80; Oct. 34.71; Dec. 34.07: March 34.74; and Mny unquoted. "PILES Stole My Pep -But Now Tin 'HEPT Dacter-D*v<lop»d, Clinic-Proved Remedy Irlngt Pail Relief llore'i iu«r«nU»U r»ll-if from ml»rr of pllni. Thornlun Minor'* ointment dtv»l- at>«it throuith •xp*rl*n» of tr««tlng 71,000 u>tl>nl> fur *» ounturr lit worlil'D UndlAI noctal hoiplUl hut h«lp»J tnlllloni. Ri* )l«v*« p»ln uf plloi—promatM hetllnr*- hvlpH rptluca •wolllnff. Ulioover wonder* <ul r»llof ur mnnax back) In tab«« m •OHM *t nil druit itan*. SEND FOR THIS LOVELY BIO MADE BY Martex Lora« 16 In. by 30ln. Slx«l Ixtr^-FInt Quolltyl Hlflhly Abtorbtnt! long-Wiring I Waih-Foit Colortl H«mmtd Endil S«lvaa« Edgtil Buu Blue Bonnet TUNA PEAS low prices CORN IONA Cream Style 25< No. 303 Cans CORN Green Giant Cream Sfylt 2 No. 303 Cans SOCIETY Phone 7-2431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar ; Friday, Novemoer 21 I The Dahlia Garden Club will kneel Friday at 2:30 at the home tot .Mrs. C. A. Greenlce, 208 East 10th, with Mrs. H. D. Bullock and Mrs. Y. C. Coleman as co-hostess- Chicken of Sta No. Vi Bite She Can Oil Monte Early No. 303 Garden Can Del Monte Creamy Gold... O. 303 Cans 19< COCONUT^ 2 PEACHES PINEAPPLE •* ^O«r DEL MONTE No. 2 JT $ M*B SLICED Can J» *SAENGER • LAST TIMES TODAY • LIBBY'S Slices or Halves No. 2'/ 2 Can ^'^•'i'^'-m-'."-;^., •.*..;'•'?* fresh fruits & vegetables PASCAL IDAHO RED ROMES APPLES Lb. COLORADO YELLOW FRESH HONDURAS Lb. lOc 2 A 9-oz. Monte . No. 294 Pkgi. 314 394 Can A&P Mince Meat Spiced Peaches De> Candy Features Worthmore Cream Drops (12-oz.)/ Coconut Cream Drops (12-oz.), Choc. Cov'd Peanuts (8-ox.), Bridge Mix (8-oz.), 3-Cornered P'nut Butter Chips (8-oz.), P'nut Butter Dainties (8-oz.),Hershey's Kisses (5%-oz.) or Kershey's Miniatures (5-oz). Mrs. Royce Weisriibergyr us eo- hostcsses. "You Have e Talent for Thanksgiving" will be the theme of the program which Mrs. Dexter Bailey will present assisted by 12 members of the circle. Mrs. W. K. Cassidy will bring the devotional. A fiill attendance i,s urged and each member is asked lo bring their Christian Social Rein- 1 lion Cni'd report. Saturday, November 22 The women of St. Mark's Episcopal Church will have a Bazaar and Bake Sale Saturday, November 22, from 10 a.m. to 0 p.m. at the Parish House, 305 South Elm, next door to the church. There will be cakes, pies, cookies, candy, and hand made gifts such as American Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday, November i!4, at the home of Mrs. M. M. McClolig- nan with Mrs. C, hostess. M. Agee as co- and Mrs. VFhitworth concluded the program with an article on "How to Start Bulbs for Christmas Blooms." The flower arrangements \\ere|is>. at s) : 30 Ore-sham. SOS South Main, when the City Fed,nation of Hope Gar-, den Clubs met for their regular i meeting, Wednesday, November 1 Won by Mrs. Mike Kelly and Mrs. Kenneth Ambrose. The Kinser home was decorated with blooming pot plants. A dessert plate with coffee was served to the twenty members present repre.- ten federated A snlnd plnte wltli hot coffee er;ition offii-ors. ,'nlin.i! each i>f the clubs and the fed- was served to those present. City Federation of Garden Clubs Meet The Wisteria Garden Club was hostess at the home of Mrs. Fred Mrs. K. O. Wingfield. president, presided over the business session and i4ave the treasurer's report. Mrs. .Hid Mavtiiulale. Mvretary. rend the minutes. A summary of Continued on l\u;e Seven aprons, .c. place mats, baby things, FRI. & SAT. YOUR CHOICE — Ea. iVis*****!.*- v •"• "• "-"• j 'BLUE CANADIAN ROCKIES') IONA 46-oz. Can A&P BRAND No. 21/2 Can Cracker Jack 6 P k a ,.25<f BUrnairi Innant . Sandwlth Pkg. of 40 Fruit Cake p^er 3 .ib, 2.49 3 -.b, 3.69 Spanish Bar Cake Rog . 33< ..*.:...•.. 294 SlUf llUfl BreaCI Jane Parker 24-oi. 204 Shredded Wheat Z b s^ 0 12 . 0 ,184 Mayonnaise Annp atJO Qu ar, 494 Sultana Stuffed, largo or Small In 10'/j-o«. Refrigerator jar Seasoning, Fronth'i Slie IwT Baby, 1-lb. 394 large, 1-lb. 4/4 Silverbrook Butter i.i b . 834 GUARANTEED! Fancy/ Broad-Breasted Marguerite Chapman John Archer "SEA TIGER" Hey Kids! Look! Free color, photographs of Gene Autry and champion to all children attending the SAENGER FRIDAY or SATURDAY TOMS 53< COOKED HAMS HALF Ib 69<\ DRESSED & DRAWN, MA, DRESSED & DRAWN pijfc, DUCKS 3 : 5 ;' b 5i, 59* GEESE 4 : 4 :"":, b . 59* 3 *° iis 23' FRESH HENS OYSTERS 89* SK. 53c . 99* "Super-Right" Smoked • Butt or Shank Portion .................. ">• PORK ROAST CHUCK ROAST LOIN END BLU-WHITE FLAKES 3-o*. Pkg. 9* JERGEN'S IOIION T B L 13* TOILET SOAP SWEETHEART 2.15 TREET TOILET SOAP SWEETHEART YEL large Pkg, 29* CHILI FAB largo Pkg, SAUSAGE PEANUTS PLANTER'S Cocktail . 8-ox. 35* HASH I lmC.|vl^ • Olant Pkg, 49* CHff Ml CHOY MEATLESS */ Tuesday, November 25 The Catholic Altar Society is sponsoring a benefit "Koffee Klutch" Tuesday, November 25, at the Parish Hall which begins at 7:30 p.m. Coffee and cake will be served and names will be played, The The Melody Maids will meet aturday morning at 10 o'clock the home of Carolyn Story. Sunday, Nov/ember 23 There will be a special mbeting £ the Evening Shade Baptist 3hut.ch Sunday, November 23, at t a.m. All members are urged lo ttcnd. ' public tend. is cordially invited to at- Monday, November 24 WSCS Circle No. 5 of the First Methodist Church will moot Monday, November 24, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Kennie Mc- Cec with Mrs. Homer Jones and R1ALTO * • LAST TIMES TODAY • IVORY HUNTtR Color by TECHNICOLOR '•3m *%a FILMED IN AFRICA^ FRI. & SAT. ALLAN "Rocky" LANE in "DESPERADOES OUTPOST" BOB CROSBY and His BOBCATS "ROOKIES ON PARADE" Chapter AF. of PKO will meet Tuesdn\, November 2fi, ;it 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Mack Stuart on Spring Hill Hoad. Wednesday, November 26 Thu Ladies Auxiliary of the Shover Sprints Baptist Church Will hold a home bnked' pie and cake sale Wednesday, November 26, in the vacant building formerly oe- cupied by thu Hope Transfer Co on Front St. Anyone desiring >£ special kind of cake or pie, pleas* phone your order to Mrs. Fred Hunt, 7-31)81, by November 22. The proceeds ol this sale will BO toward buikliiiK Sunday Schoo" rooms. The Bodcaw PTA will sponsoi Amateur Night Wednesday, No vember 26, at 7 p.m. at the school - SPECIALS - FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BUCK WILLIAMS BUSY BEE GROCERY & MARKET 111 East Division Street PET MILK 25c 4 Ian" 25c (Limit 8 cans) 2 Large Cans (Limit 4 cans ) POTATOES R°ED 10 (Limit 20 Pounds) 49c CLABBER GIRL BAKING POWDER 25 Oz. Can HILL CREST Ws OLEOMARGARINE 2 For 39C BUSH'S BEST 'FINTO BEANS 25c ib. 55c . b . 55* RUSH'S BEST GREAT NORTHERN BEANS No. 2 Cans 25c AUNT JEMIMA MEAL 10 p Z d 73c 5 p Bag d 39c (Limit 10 Lbs.) (Limit 10 Lbs.) 12-oz. ARMOUR'S Con IN MY MARKET Call "ME" Butch ARMOUR'S 12-oz, CHOPPED Can U. S. Inspected — U. S. Graded Chuck, Shoulder OO^> Round or Rib. Lb. *97C . . D/'NACT" KUAjl, STEAK T-Bone, Sirloin or Porterhouse Lb. 59c ^ArHO EVER HEARD OF THIS ? ? ? ROUND STEAK Lb. 69c DECKER'S OR D & W SLAB BACON Lb. 41 c ARMOUR'S CORNED •EEF 16-ox. Con Can I Sell This Good Beef So Cheap? IBuy, Kill, and Cut My OWN MEAT. ? You Hove Not Eot«n Fish at it's best r l unless you hgve eaten BUFFALO and CATFISH from BUCK'S MARKET, 111 EASTDlVISIONSTMIT Lilac Garden Club Meets with Mrs. Kinser The Lihic Garden Club met a I the home oC Mrs. Thomas Kinser on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Funzie Moses and Mrs. Dewey Camp as associate hostesses. Mrs. A. E. Slusser, president open ed the meeting. The club creed was read after which the secretary' read the minutes. The meeting was then turned over to the program chairman, Mrs. II. C. \Vhitworth, who presented Mrs. J. M. Harbin who nave an article on "What Is My State Doing in Conservation'. 1 ' Mrs. S. G. Norton gave a talk on "The Origin of Chrysanthemums" rm FRENCH CUFF SHIRT SET Includes Bow Tie and Cuff Links 'The shirt's a honey - high lustre Sanforized broadcloth, tailored with real French cuffs, the quality. Big Top way. With it you get a clip-on bow tie and smart cuff links covered with identical tie fabric. 1 A great combination, a grand gift idea — hand- ( somely boxed! Sizes 2-3-4-5-6-7 in White, JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS DIAL 7-4616 or 7-4617 ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Pack COMBS With this coupon I PAN A TOOTH PASTE Eco " s r 63c MILK MAGNESIA Quart 59c ! 3-oz. Camphorated' Oil PALMOLIVE I? ZINC OXIDE OINTMENT 1-OZ. TUBE (Limit 1) . . . 'KOLYNOS 1 CHLOROPHYLL TOOTH PASTE Ic 2 l E*cii« To* oo ToU«tii«i, L HOUSEHOLD HELPS ••-•i;- i/r»»x Thltlil Fluffy Soft I WASH CLOTHS rti&V-U F0 Soli plaidi on whit* to go wilh all youi low.li. METAL DUST (PAN In kitchen colors. Regular Me Iron Board Fasteners Set of 5 regularly at 59e! . . . STEAK KNIVES No Wfi/tM//'ier' j ' 'hNWAE HOME WAVE Sef «n</ 4 2J ' it cvr'i I No-kink curl. K,c. 88r vilu* IT Tea Strainer R u s. I - p i oo t ' Reg 25c Plastic Rule I 2-metier flu,; 12c SHOP EARLY! tunei A«t'd colon. $t/««m/in«<y "Cowitw for" BATHROOM SCALES ^•^... Whit, or color,. ?£?. Box Stotlon«rf • • • 5- TOIACCO POUCHES 150 1 loil. Laiaa Salaction I ELECTRIC HEAT PAD P«W 498 low ^""~ Thres-speeds. IILLFOLDS 2-«t. TYSON SYRINGE Rtgulv 139 «t|1.W- I 1 *" Inrafonbag. JC>J BACK PLASTER iortncss Pint MINOYL Mineral Oil Our bcit quality I 63 C KREML 1 KREME HAIR TONIC No whit* fl»k«i «/k 60c (4-01. Lkterlnt Antiseptic Th* Urg* COUPON •'V wii-mri Ho ftp 4M t» (»««••• I k,* »9* JWfWi Witb thff cpiijMs !2i REPHAN'S MONEY SAVING VALUE Shop now for cold weather ahead. Wt haVe a complete stock of things you'll need for the entire family at pricti that will save you money. Shop for these specials below and many others this week end. Boys Plaid Flannel SHIRTS Ideal for school wear during cold weather. Assorted color plaids. .49 to 2.49 Men'* Heavy. Plaid Flannel SHIRTS ,Don't, Byy a sUftply 1 of thesei at(hiss^ci6l;\o Sizes 14 to '17. "Now 1 !• Ladies Flannel GOWNS Warm * flannel gowns in floral and polka dot. Sizes 16 and 17, Special now only Boys All Wool JACKETS Here is another real buy in these jackets. Sizes 6 to 18. Priced from 3.98 lo $4.98 Boys & Girls JEANS Jeans that are fully lined in plaid flannel, and they are sanfor- ized. 1.98 to $2.9Q 5% Wool BLANKETS Warm, double bed size blankets with satin binding, Regular 4.98 values. Special 4.39 Mtft'i Coots Ideal for cold wearhter wear. Sizes 36 to 42, : and reajj vdlues for Ladles tuffy • chenille^! robes IrV, pretty, pdst«l! tplors. Our eMlfe,,.sto<%;J has been reduced. * - «vc" • 2.99 and $3.99 .Ab Mens & Womens House Shoes These are made for comfort. Felts with suede leather sole. LADIES This smart shoe as shown is Dressy Comfort with foam rubber cushion 'in the heel. $4.98 Other house shoes in leather, satin and other materials.. Many other smart Oxfords. Priced from 2.98 tp,7, r i|S| Kb I* H AW HOPE'S FRIENDLY DIPAR FRID ROBWTJON, v ISw/tM' „ f Bl MIJiHi^VPJIi' ' WIZ On OUpftylil Frl

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