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"**^v" - v " ^ y HOP! STAR, M0fi, ARKANSAS ,t. H > Pray Work of Your Church VII thy work, O Lord," li a prayer ^ MfUnfa to answer, I noed a revival. l *P*$f> needs a revival, My commu- tyfttf* 1 a r«VlVal,.. W whole world *; revival, Revivals come in the 'f of poop/0, not in the evangelist's ;Jeius said, "All power is given •go yt; win disciples," R&vivtta in and th« ctevi 1 / out. They are r tha blues, a tonic for the soul, te tor sin. We noed a world intldpt TK«ChurcMnYou, • (•munition fof t . w« thoula MteM :hlf *"$W KI ,. int r>. CHURCH. Jta * Cl>OT<hm«nl £WMuM, **•««*,, »,•!„«. 1 This Page 1$ Mode Po»sibl« Through The Generosity Of Firms Listed On This Page Auto Co, ytodtrt Supply Co, !$ YiHto PurbMTbti.!.* ij^ i 1 Anthony Lumber Co. , fftMM M«1 mo Nevada Transit Go, Hope Furniture Co. SlhOi 18M i Yound Chevrolet Co. -. .•; ^ '-l»>um» ' lne - . Norrnon Moore Olit, OlilMv8*rvle« Product* Crescent Phoii* Drug * 744H Store rCo, Qto Citiieni National Bank Phon* 74313 Rettig Nosh Motors Ph«t% 74M1 The Snack Shop •Mt S«» tt Hope Sign ei Neon Service Phont T-WM OHgf Decorators Supply ** Wiw F4WI rr Fo*rer«EHif Insurance Agency l^RpPW w*^WW William M* Ducket* •' Ncwi of th« CHURCHES ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL The Rev. Charles Chamber* Jr., Prleit -In -Charge First Sunday In Advent 0:45 a.m. Sunday School II a.m. Litany, Ante-Communion iind (sermon. Tueiday 7:;«) a.m. Holy Communion Wednesday H p.m. The Woman's Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Haynos In Proscott. CHURCH OF CHRIST Walnut Street A. T. Oliver, MlnUter IK-1V Bible Study I()::j7 1'niachlm! 11:30 Communion (I |t.in. Young Peoples Bible Study. 7 p.m. Evening Worship Tuesday (»::{(( a.m. Ludlos Bible Study. Wednendny 7 p.m. Bible Study A wi.'lcome awalta you at all services. CATHOLIC Third and Walker 8t». Father A. G. Dunleavy, Pastor Sunday First Sunday In Advent ihla a.m. Catechism Classes for nil the griimnfliir. grade and High School students. Hi:DO a.m. Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, followed by Benediction of The Most Blessed Sacrament. convene at BlevSn*. 7:30 p.m. Regular .weekly adult choir practice at the church, 7:30 Board of Education will meet In the church office. Thursday 3 p.m. Circle 1 will meet at the Country Club Mrs. E. J. Whitman and Mrs. R. T. White, co-hostcssts. QARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST North Fergu«on Street Eld. Elbert O'Steen, Pastor 9-9:30 Rock of Ages Broadcast 'rom Church Auditorium over radio station KXAR. 10 a.m. 'Sunday School, Grady Hoirston, Supt. 11 a.m. Morning Worship 0:30 p.m. BTS, Classes for all ages, Travis Purtle, Pres. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship Monday 2 p.m. ,Sr. Auxiliary Meeting Mrs. Ted Purtle, Pros. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Little Brotherhood meet Ing, C. C. Bootti, rres Wednesday 7 p.m. Teacher's meeting In char «e of Mrs. Otha Roberts 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting conducted by Lylc Allen Thursday 7:30 p.m. Jr. Auxiliary, Miss Verla Allen, Pres. We welcome! you to all of our services. Arkansas Per Capita Income Is Up FAYETTEVILLE, UB—Per capita Income increased some more In ArKsnsbs than in the nation as p whole from 1929-the beginning of the dfepression-to 1951. This v/as announced by the University of Arkansas Bureau of Business and Economics Research following an analysis of reports re leased by the U. S. Department of Coir.rnerce. Arkansas' per capita income cronsed from $305 to $920-a climb of 204 per cent. The per capita increase- for the nation was 133 per conl.. Still, the per capita Income in Arkansas remains far behind thai of the nation, being only 58.4 per cent of the national average last year. The research bureau also reported that the general tone of business conditions in Arkansas improved during the third quarter of tins yoar. The dollar volume of bonk creeks increased about 11 per cenl over that of the corresponding period of 1951. Retail sales wero PS timaled to be three per cent great- Friday, November 28, 19S2 Ex-Governor's . Widow Dies • LITTLE HOCK (UP) — bio Er\vln Martlneau — wid former Arkansas Governor Ellis Martlneau, who ala6 as federal judge for East Ar! — died last night.in Li$e She wst 81. i Mrs. Martlneau Is also art of LlttU- Rock Mayor Pratt Ri mo) $ Her late husband, Judge Mat tine.iu, was governor of Arkan«lL frou> 1026 through 1928. He gaVe UJI the governorship to accept the judge rest until he died in-193V During his tenure as goVewor, the now famous Martineau Road Law was passed. It was a $1(1 000.000 project for consolidation Arkansas' highway districts. Mrs. Martineau was fatal stricken at her home about 7 p.* last nizht. 42 CASUALTIES WASHINGTON, W—Tho Defense Department today identified 4^Bas- ualt'es of the Korean War. The new list included nine killed, 25 wounded, three injured in accidents, and five missing. PRESCOTT NEWS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN East Second Street Rov. L. T. Lawrence, Pastor !>:30 a.m. The Men's Bible Class will moot in the Parish House for doughnuts and coffee, followed by the lesson ot 10 a.m. taught by J, I. Liublong. hi .MuKiiij vichuul. James H. Mil- •er. Supt 10:55 Morning Worship, Sermon by Pastor. 5 p.m. Vesper Service with sermon by pastpr. li p.m. 1'YK. Meet in Parish lloii.se. Supper will be served. The Executive Board of Women of the Church will meet for their monthly meeting Monday morn| ing at 11 Lunch will be served at noon. Monday: 7 p.m. Choir Practice. 7:30 The Session will meet. Wednesday 7:3!) Midweek Services HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE North Main Street O. M. Montgomery, Pastor 0:4!> Sunday School Ciuy D7. Basye, Supt. 10 Radio Bible Class. Broadcast over KXAR, O. M. Montgomery, teacher. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sermon by the pastor 0:1") p.m. Junior and Senior Christ Ambassador Service, Bill Morton, president. •J:MU !"\ jiineiistic Service, Sermon by pastor Tuesday 7:15 p.m. Christian Service Brigade. S. Z. Burwick and Dcnton Bush, leaders, Wednesday 7:30 Mid week Worship service Thursday Z p.m. Ladies Prayer Service A welcome awaits you at all services. Mr. Walter Block, aged 78, died at his homo in McNab, Tuesday, Nov. 25. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-4474 Or bring items to Miss Turner at Hick* Funeral Home Miss Lizzie Walker of Richmond, Calif.. Miss Helena Coleman and Cashus McCullen were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davis Sunday, Nov. 23. Sunday, November 30 The Youth Fellowship of the Methodist Church will meet on Sunday at 6 p.m. i The Youth choir with David White, associate postor, in charge will meet Sunday at 5 p.m at the First Baptist Church. The training union will meet at 6:30. Classes for Young People of the Church of Christ will be held Sunday at 6:40 p.m. The BTS of the Central Missionary Baptist Church will meet Sunday evening at 7 p.m. There will bo a young people's service ot the Church of Nazarene Sunday at 7 p.m. Mrs. Annie M. Davis is spending Thanksgiving with relatives and friends in Hughes, Ark. The young people of the Assembly of God Church will meet Sunday at G:30 p.m. Pvt. George Spearman of Fort Braggs, N. C. spent a few days with his mother, Mrs. Edna Spears man and grandparents. Re,v. and Mrs. G. L. Tyus. Pvt. Spftarman is reporting to Fort Lawton, Washington. CHURCH OF CHRIST Fifth And Grady Robert G. Cook, Evangelist. Sunday 8:43 a.m. Biblo Study 10:45 u.m. Sermon 11:40 a.m. Lord's Supper 8:30 p.m. Young peoples class. 7:30 Evening Worship Wednesday 2:30 p.m. Ladies Bible Class 7:30 Midweek Services, Comu study the Bible with us. You are always welcome here. FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Fourth and Ferguson Street Rov. H. C, Hudspoth Pastor 8:45 Sunday School C. J. Rowe, Supt. 11 Moraing Worship Sermon by Pastor 0:30 p.m. Young Peoples' Church Mrs. Joe Lively in charge. 8:30 Chlldrens Church Wrs. Lawrence Key in Charge. 7:30 Evening Worship Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and prayer meeting. Thursday 2 p.m. Ladies Prayer Meeting The public is invited to attend «lf services at this church. Stevenson Plans No Future Addresses SPRINGFIELD, UP)—Gov. Adla! Stevenson says he plans to spend no money for future radio or toio viE'nn acidi-esses until "subtantial ' campaign deficit are paid oft. 'Die defeated Democratic presidential candidate said yesterday he has received some 70.000 letters and telegrams since the Nov. 4 election. He said in a statement: '•Many have urged that I make future radio and television addresses. Some have sent contributions to pay for such appearances, and I understand several local groups have already been organized to pur-hase radio and television time. "I am gratified by these expressions of continued interest in what I have to say, but I cannot make precise plans for the future at thi.; time. Further, the Stevenson campaign headquarters in Springfield and the Democratic National Committee both have substantial defi; cits which I feel should be paid off tefore funds are raised for any future activities by me. This is my first concern." Stevenson did not say the amount of the deficit incurred by the campaign. The Pioneer meeting of the Presbyterian Church will meet Sunday at 4:30 p.m. The Youth Fellowship will meet at 6 p.m. Supper will be served by Mrs. W. G. Bensbcrg and Mrs. Frank Anderson. WMU Circle 1 Meets In Home of Mrs. J. O. Coleman Circle 1 of WMU of the First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. J. O. Coleman with nine members present for the regular meeting. The chairman, Mrs. Watson White Jr., presided and opened the meeting with a devotional thought. Mrs. L. L. Buchanan led In prayer. Mrs. Jack Cooper completed the study on "Scattered Abroad." After the business the meeting was closed by -prayer by Miss Lillie Butcher. Coffee and lake were served dining the social hour. WMU Circle 3 Entertained^. . By Mrs. Edward Bryson ^ Eight members of Circle 3 of the WMU of the First Baptist Church met on Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Edward Bryson. Mrs. Ed Hasley, chairman, open ed the meeting with prayer and conducted the business. The minutes ' were read by the secretary, Mrs. Hody Butler, and approved. The devotional based on; the 96th Psalm was given by Mrs. iike Underwood. f 9 Mrs. Bryson completed {he study on "Scattered Abroad.'/- j The hostess served aViqele'ctable dessert course. - j 'The next meeting will! fee in the home ot Mrs. Dutchie -Bright. i Mrs. W. L. Brltt Hostess to W M U Circle No. 4 Mrs. W. L. Britt was hostess to Circle 4 of the V/Mt of the First Baptist Church at Her r^frne on Monday afternoon. Tljpre were twelve members present' Mrs. A. S. F. Ridgell opened the meeting with prayer and gave the devotional talk. The business was cdrMucted by the chairman, M: .1, Clifford Ferguson. The study book on "Scattered Abroad" was concluded iby Mrs. Harrell Hines and she f v6iced the. closing prayer. •-'* I j* \ A delectable salad course was*served. s Mrs. Clifford Johnson Hostess to WMU Circle 2 Mrs. Clifford Johnson was hostess to Circle 2 of the WMU of the First Baptist Church at her home on Monday afternoon. The meeting was opened with prayed by the chairman, Mrs. Thomas Buchanan._ Mrs. Clifton Yancey gave the afternoon's devotional talk and led in prayer. There was a brief business meet ing conducted by the chairman. The interesting mission study on "Scottered Abroad" was given by Mrs. Fred White. Mrs. Loyce Anderson voiced the closing prayed. During the social hour the hos- j less served a dainty dessert course to nine members. Miss Rita McCaskill, sfudent at the U of A, Fayetteville, is spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr, and Mrsj Gus Me Casklll. : Miss Loyce Stewart >of Little Rock is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Bob SteWart. Mr. and Mrs. George Green have had as their guests their daughters Mrs. John Jackson of Ddllas arid Mrs. Henry Hittman of: Wichita Falls, Texas. ! Ed I. Rephan of Hot Spcings was a Monday business visitor in Pres cott. Mrs. Bob Pledger has had as her guest, Miss Billie WeatheralUjbt Dallas. '• Mrs. C. A. Haynes is the guest of, her daughter, Mrs. Ray Rome and family in Hbuston, -Texa?. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Landers .of Dallas announce the birth of ; » son, David Edward on iljovember 22. Mr. and Mrs. Henry ;Bratchep of Prescott are the maternal g parents and are guests in) the ders home. METHODIST CHURCH Wttt end at Plna V, ; O, Keeley. Patter 8:^5 a.w Church School / O, A, G.raves will t«?uch the Ceiv tUry Bihjc Class. 10:35 a.m. Morning Worship. Sermon "We Want Hope." Sermon by Pastor. 5:80 j).m. Intermediate MYF 5:30 p.m. Swjtor MVF 7 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon by Rev. Claude Clark. Monday 1 Psttv. Circle 9 will hove a pot lucte luncheon u\ the home of Mr*, Garrelt Story 3 P.IM. Circle 3 will HMfct at tfe* Church ia the J«tt B. <Jr»ve« Ct*|» of 7:30 £.rn. MoatWy Friday, November 28, 1952 • HOP! STAR, SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Friday, November 28 The Junior Auxiliary of Garrett Sokolsky Continued from Page One as six jobs. Around 1930, however. ! a nationalistic spirit seemed to be i developing in China and there was less opportunity — which was as it should bo, George says — fOi' a foreigner to spenk his mind or influence government. Back in this country, George be- Ran a series of lectures and writ- on China and Japan — but ing the club for the contribution to the Halloween Carnival at Ft. Koots was road. The group derided to bring gifts wrapped and marked to the next | when labor came to the fore «» meeting to be sent to the State 1 1« national problem, he steered his Hospital chairman for Christmas j Rims towards the Communists in parties in the veterans hospital. j the ranks of the working people. Mrs. Fcnwick introduced Mrs. ( "My experience," he says, "had , Crandcll, past district president i proved to me that some things that of Mrs. Ralph Rmiton s , from Jeffurson IndinnBi who gave j human beings like to try, do not regular meeting time is Thursday night of each week. f, Sunday, November 30 f School Class don't forget to 'bring your Christmas packages for • State Hospital to class Sunday •• 'morning. November 30. Box will be packed the following Tuesday. an interesting talk on the work ot the VFW Auxiliary. The meeting was closed with the retiring of the colors. After the meeting the hostesses, work. Today, with his second wife, the former Dorothy Fiske, and his young children, George E. Jr., and Dorothy R., George' lives in mitt- Tuesday, December 2 Ladies Auxiliary to the Mrs. Otis Burns and Mrs. W. T. I town Manhattan in a handsomoly- VFW will meet Tuesday, December 2, 7:30 p.m. at the Hut. Hostesses ill be Mrs. J. A. Davis and Mrs. Thomas Feiuvick, Sr. i Woodul, served cookies and coffee | to 19 members and one guest present. Mrs. Crandell Speaks to VFW Auxiliary Ladies Auxiliary to Ramsey Cargile Post 511 Veterans of Foreign College Notes Dick Brunei', son of Mrs. R. M. i Brunei- and the late Mr. Brunei- i of Hope, has been awarded a major letter in recognition of his service this season in intercollegiate Wars met November 25 at the Hut. | foolball as a guard al wheaton The"meeting was called to order i Co ,, ego wheaton, nl . - by the president. Mrs. Thomas • Fenwick, Jr., at 8 p.m. nnd opened i ^cording to ritual. Four new mem-, Coming Qnd Going bers, Mrs. Kathleen Deloney. Mrs. j Aubrey Collier, Jr., Mrs. Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Van W. Derryberry Collier, and Mrs. Harry Phillips, i and family and Mrs. Lizzie Derry- were initiated and welcomed into i berry have returned to their home the club. ] in Lima, Ohio, after a short visit The minutes of the previous j with friends and relatives, meeting were read and approved. furnished apartment, in which hr also maintains his office. In the summer, the family', together with George's incomparably efficient and attractive secretary, Mcleu Patt, withdraws to a farm in Massachusetts, there, as Sokolsky says "to recapture in our own lives something of the glories of an earlier America when the family was the soul of society," One Injured in Houston Blost HOUSTON, Tex.. (UP1 — Fire hroke nit in a large chemical tank '»t the Eastern States-Refinery early today and gasoline ox* ploc'ed when the tire reached a lenk'MR gasoline line. One fireman WHS injured, not sc riously. Firemen said the leaking Rftso line lint exploded twice, throwing flnmiiiF liquid around the refinery. They S'lirt they now had the five alarm fire under control after 100 nun loiight it for two hours. ^Uai)T.ges were negligible. R.B. Kalile, Kaslern States president, said the entire fire probably did little ir.oro than ''maybe $100" in dcmages. He said most of the damage was in !hr- loss of I wo lengths of gaso line pii.e which broke thus touch ing off the seeond bla/.o. When the unexplained fire started Tt a causlii' sod;\ tank, refinery woiv:er.< ((uickly shut down the en lire plant. Skeleton Found, Death Cause Sought Baby Dies In Texarkana Wreck TEXARKANA. I/PI—A baby bov was injured fatally near here yes' teniay when the car in which he A letter from Dr. Sterling thank- Mr, and Mrs.. Charles Coby of * SAENGER JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD'S TODAY and SATURDAY , BLAZING ''VENGEANCE ! ON THE NORTH GOLD TRAIL! KIRBY CRANT GLORIA SAUNDEHS Top-Notch Thrills . . . Top-Notch Tunes . . . Roy's Top Adventure! Roy Rogers & TRIGGER "Under California Stars" IN TRUCOLOR! DETROIT, i.-Vi Authorities to Trooper Charles Boyd said the victim, seven-months-old Thorn as Springer, died in a hospital shortly after the accident a mile north of here on Highway £7. The driver of the car. W. C. Gritza, 33, of ncai Texarkana, and the child's mother, Mrs. Catherine Spr'ngcr, were injured, neither critically, said Boyd. Boyd said the driver ot the truck. Jamef W. Combs of Washington, was jailed here on a charge of involuntary manslaughter. day sought to determine the cause of death of an H7-ycar-old woman wlmsc body was kept for two years by her two sons in an upstairs rao-n of her home in Detroit's east ern market district. Police made the macabre clis covery oi the skeleton of Mrs. Emily Lemorsal yesterday during an investigation of reports that all was not well at the l.emcrsal home When police attempted to enter one ot the shot him the rundown hous two sons, Stanley, self. He was found mortally wound ed on a bed in another room. Rushed to Receiving Hospital, Stanley, before he died, said he and hia brother, Russell, TiO, kept the boay of their mother because they did not have funds to bury CHINOOK Ih*WgndtrD»i j ftAM PICIUR( ' Chap. 8 of Serial "BLACK HAWK" COLOR CARTOON Missing Flier's Body Is Found MARTINSBURG, W. V.a, The body of T. F. Scholes, 38, of Former Queen Elena of Italy, Succumbs MONTPELL1EH, France, (UP) — Former Queen Elena, the beloved "Madre" first mother of the land— of pre-war Haly, died Rea.ling, Pa., was found yesterday ; here today following lingering SUNDAY & MONDAY in (lie burned wreckage of a small plane near the top of a 3,340-foot Backbone Mountain not far from the Mtryland-West Virginia line, 'fiie plane had been missing since Sunday on a flight to Camden, Ark. The search party which found the wreckage said the plane apparently flew into the mountain in a fog. Scholts was flying alone from Reading to Camden. He was pros ident of T. F. Scholes, Inc., a Reading construction firm. The frail widow of the late King Victor Emmanuel had been sut- fcrmy from cancer Cor several South Bend, Indiana, were the Monday and Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hartsfield enroute to Dallas, Texas. Death came, according to an announcement by her attending physician, Dr. Paul Lomarque, at 11:30 a.m. (4:30 a.m. EST) as she attempted to arise from.her bed at her Villa Mas Roucl. The only member of her family present at the death of the 79-year- old .forrior queen was her sister. the Piincess of BaUenburK, the aunt ot Britain's Duke ot Edinburgh. Shopping Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas Copeland and sons, Tom and Jim, of Arkadelphia were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. Copeland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Copeland. NEWS & COLOR CARTOON RIALTO * TODAY AND SATURDAY EVANGELIST WHO PREACHED TO CROWDS OF 5,000 AT TEXARKANA COMING TO HOPE'S FIRST BAPTIST • Gene Autry • Gail Davis • Pat Buttram "Texans Never Cry' Phil Reagan Frances Longford "I'll Reach for a Star" Shap. 4 of Serial "KING OF CONGO" & COLOR CARTOON HEY KIDS! LOOK! Free Autographed Color Photos of Gene Aulry & Champion to all children attending this show. Gordon Beasley of Henderson State Teachers College is spending the Thanksgiving holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Beasley of Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Shields motored to Conway, ThursdSy, and attended the Henderson-Arkansas State Teachers football game. They were accompanied to the game by Misses Jo Ann Shields and Wilma Coleman of Little Rock. Better Cough Relief When new drugs or old fail to help your cough or chest cold don't dela}. Creomulsjon contains only safe, helpful, proven ingredients and no narcotics to disturb nature's process. It goes into the bronchial system to aid nature soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed to please or your druggist refunds money. Creornulsion has stood the test of many millions of users. CREOMULSION ••lltvtt Coughs, Chest Coldi, Acute BionchitU Miss Margaret Oliver of Harding College, Searcy, is visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Oliver. Hospital Notes SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY Branch Admitted: Mrs. Charlie McClendon, Lewisville, Mrs. B. J. Patton, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. C. V. Flowers, Hope, Mrs. Neal Cornelius and' baby boy, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Patton of Hope announce the arrival c: i baby boy on November 27. HOPE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 8. Main & Country Club rd. LAST DAY BRONCO BUSTER, MR lUHO-Scott BRADY loyceHOlDEN -Cliffl WILLS SATURDAY ONLY "LITTLE EGYPT" Second Feature "HAVANA ROSE" Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. James O. Miller, Rt. 3, Hope, Kathy Sue BosweU, Rosston, Roland Pearson, Hope, Frank O'Rorke, Rt 4 Hope. Discharged: Joe T. Rhodes, Ross ton, Tommy Doyle, Hope, Mrs E. D. Galloway, Hope, Mrs. Thel ma Carruthers, Hope, Joyce Stock ton, Texarkana, Tommy Purvis, Jr., Hope. Mrs. J. S. Matthews, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. James O. Miller, Rt. 3, Hope, announce the arrival of a son, James Thomas. »t tb* KIDDIES! see Santa at Sears Santa is returning to Sears. On his last visit a short time ago sorpe of^the children did not get a chance to talk with him. So as to give everyone a chance he'll be bocjfr for two days. There'll be a gift for the kiddies too. TUE. and WED. Dec. 2-3 Roebuck and MILLINERY SPECIAL 60 HATS Reg. $2.98 now 1,49 Reg. $3.98 now 1,99 Reg. $5.00 now 2.50 Only 60 so Hurry I Eagle Stamps savings are more important now than ever! With living costs and taxes at the highest level , . . with Fqll.shoR^ing ro be done , . . with Christrnas JM^ around the corner . . . there will be less than usual left. of the family's income. So make it a point to buy your daily personal, family and home requirements at stores and stations where you receive the ex;tra savings of Eagle Stamps, Filled booklets, exchangeable for $2.50 in merchandise of your own selection or for $2.25 in cash (food stores and gasoline stations permitted to give only $2,25 in cash or trade) will prove mighty handy in meeting the added expense of the Christmas Season. (Small Eagle Stamp booklets when filled with 695 Eagle Stamps may be exchanged for $1,25 in merchandise or cash). Buy where you get Eagle Stamps and save as you spend! These progressive Hope, Arkansas retailers GIVE AND REDEEM STAMPS HAYNES BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE 116 South Elm Street JOHN P. COX DRUG COMPANY Second ond Elm Streets WILLIS MEN'S STORE 101 South Main Street HOPE HARDWARE COMPANY Second ond Elm Streetf CASSIDY & WILLIAMS North Haul Street LEWIS GROCERY & MARKET Third Street COX & BREEDLOVE SERVICE STA' - ''r? ALLEN'S SERVIC1 4 \ £ :.•&

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