Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 18, 1952 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 18, 1952
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* r HOM ITAt, HOM, ARKANSAS Thuridey, December 18/1932 Thursday, December. 1ft, 1952 NMMMMMM Whltt El.phonf Pr.-Chrlitmot DOLLAR Red Folev W«<h Sollv Sweet NA»HVIt.LK. Tenn. * — Clyde (Hert) Foley. hillbilly singing Mnr. ha* wnrrl<*(l Sally ?i;«ct, Uic prat- ty liUmdp tclfvUlon nnd radio en- ior Who«" forrnr-r hutbnnd Foley last uprlnn for $100,000. The pnlr announced ta»l night UK-.V wi.'M- mftrri'-d Oct. 28 by aj JliR'irr '/( the IIOIK.I.' In lukn, Ml««. ; i Thr-y tnM ttu'y tU-laycd . the (in-j ! noutipcmfht bi'c«'.i*o her mother: ! wau in poor health at thn tlnip. I Miss Sweet's former husband, Nn«livlll<» rnuilc publisher Frank B. Kdton, «ui«l 1'olpy for nlii!n,n- lion of nffi'ftfon.i )a*t April. ONLY 5 MORE SHOPPING DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS 'VWn &V« by thoopina at ihe *WhlW Elephant during Dollar PwJslUy now for everyone on $frpf ik tt>lll DRESS GLOVES $1.00 LAblES ftmSIS to,$2,98 „...,, . NYLON H05I tea. $1,-19 (hi 1 Vaititfl ;..; ,'„ 1 peirt qH •' LADIfeSfttb JEANS ( '' '4 4C^3r* f^|C!fc ; ISJ^Vaiutf',* ,,,.,,, yA. yO xA/kllf^ til MINI Tr ni I R SrllBK I <9 8ix9* : $2.00 BROADCLOTH BRAS " Ltt « $1 fifi 39.Cotton .,.,.„.,..., ^pl.Vw diei Built Up Shoulder Sli| vaiuvi ,,.,. v e aon Panties , blufe and |»l f\\ vol. 3 pA. I.UU lli Royon Panties tXX and XXX ,.,, .,2 palri Chlldrons Training Pants Cotton. Pink, yellow, blue | and whito. Special 7 pn. I . MENS UNDERSHIRTS Medium Weight. Reg. 49c values, Now 3 for MENS DRESS PANTS Values to $11,95 All in 3 price QroUpS |4 $5 MENS BEITS . For Christmas. All sizes <fcT| f\f\ Regular $1 ,50 values ^> I .UU MENS HANDKERCHIEFS Largo whito. Extra d»! f\f\ special ..... Only 12 for y I. UU MENS CHRISTMAS TIES Fancy, Valued to $1,50 fr-t In gift box ., . ........ ^>l Mons Fancy Sweaters AM wool, Long Sleeves, Reg, 6,95 values. Now only Mons Wool Jackets Heavy. These are reg. 8.95 values, Speclcl! Mons Sledge Overalls Regular <(h* $3,95 values ..... Cp MENS ARMY PANTS Type 4, Regular $3.50 values ..... , <|*C «|>3. EXTRA SPECIAL BUYS MEN S SUIfS •election to choose from. $3449S. Buy now $15.00 .! for .00 Towtls . , .,.., ..... An J. for ' Wlal - Waih Cloths pil'my A ' la for $1.00 i , 4 H»l« $1»QO * —!.mr,- >t „" v , ».4P**1,0Q FEATHER PILLOWS , Fancy Tick, Slue and Pink. Special DOMESTIC Medium weight. Buy Special ,.., 5 yank Ladies Rayon Lonq Coats Reg. $19.95 values. Grey brown, green & red. Oriily BOYS SWEATERS Wool and cotton *»' Extra special only ^ Meits Smart Adam Hats Values to $10.Op ^C f\f\ Now $4,OOond4>3.V/U Men s Chanibroy Shirts these are regular $1.59 j*1j AA values. Now only ^1 *wV Mf ns Colored Dress Shirts $2.98 values. Uiulerthlrtt Ladles Smart Royon Suits Regular $19.95 volues .„; SOLID COLOR OUTING 'Ikkrowldi Yellow, blue, i f\f\ white, pink. 39c vat, 9 yd. I .UU LADIIS HOUSE COATS Volui^up to $5.95 Now $ioO, $3,00 Ladies New Nylon Hose Navy and black ' \ 113 Eoit SECOND STREET there's nothing so warm as flannelette and no itaepwear half to cute and comfortable at these classic, floral strips pa|arnas ... jo trimly "Tailored by Kelt" for good sleeping, easy laundering, extra long wear! 'Your choice of Pink, Blu» or Malza Floral Stripe on While, In tlx«» 33 lo 40. 2.95 ,» 3.95 Lewis-Mctarty Hope's Leading Department Store Warm and Winsome! Juit at tofl»ty-worm at lr*i frtih ond pratty . . tW» twMt Vic- twlaa*tri{M gown "ToJtort^ by Kate" in f*o*«f-wft ftann«l«tt« with d**p» circular yok«, high clvb cellar, long ttaw ami fult flowing tkkt. Floral »»ri|»« In oj» mitt. Wv« «r ftm* U t» 40. 2.95 te 3.95 Uwis-Mdarty Calendar Friday, December 19 The Nandina Garden Club will have their annual Christmas party Friday night, December 19. at 7:30 at the home of Mrs, Thomas KROGER OVEN-READY Delicious broad-breasted Fox Deluxe oven-ready turkeys. The finest turkey money can buy for your Christmas Feast. Get Yours TODAY at these low prices! These prices effective through Saturday, December 20th. PURE LARD For light flaky pastries. ST'D OYSTERS Small, just right for dressing. » SLICED BOLOGNA Swift Premium, all meat SPICED LUNCHEON Sliced HAMS 63 Lb. Pt. Lb. Lb. 15c 75c 43c 55c * SAENGER • LAST TIMES TODAY • BROUGHT BACK First Films of EISENHOWER IN KOREA! ALSO: COLOR CARTOON Friday & Saturday PIECE BACON Lb. 35c FRANKFURTERS Armour Star, 2 to 3 Ib. first cuts. Lb. Armour Star or Swift Premium ARMOUR3 STAR lOro 14 Lb. Avg. Half or Whole Lb. C SPARE RIBS With lots of meat. PORK ROAST Rib Cut — Full 7 Rib. Lb. Lb. SLICED BACON Cudahy Tray Packed 43c 35c PORK SAUSAGE Lb. SALT MEAT Fine for Cooking CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 No. 303 Cans Ocean Spray, delicious with turkey. CHERRIES 2 N c^ 2 49c Kroger. Red, sour, pitted*. PEAS Avondale. CSreetj, §Weet peas. MOPB STAR. HOPS, Afct^ANSAS .1.1.1 ... i.—aj^-^^mi. . - - 11 n^muJajfa-^-Jj^u-i-fci^—^--.p.. . ff , ._._ .1 ._..^ . Phone /-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. by Mrs. Grandison Royston. A social hour followed with the hostesses serving refreshments carrying out the Christmas mottf to the 19 members and two B. Fenwick, Jr., 217 East 14th St. Mrs. Henry Fenwick and Mrs. Paul Bain will be co-hostesses. Gifts will be exchanged The Dahlia Garden Club will Sunday, December 21 A Cantata "The Music of Beth- lohoin" will be presented by tho i choir of die Presbyterian Chutch Mrs. I,. B. Tooley, and Mrs. Joy Meyers of Dallas, present. Lou Demle Mein Junior GA's Meet The Lou Dcmio Mein Junior Girl's Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Charles F. Reyaerson on Monday afternoon for their Christ I Sunday afternoon, December 2l,' mas at 5 o'clock. The public is cordially invited. have their Christmas luncheon at! 12:30 nt the home of Mrs. B. F. Johnson, 409 East 2nd, Friday, December 19. Mrs. J. C. Carlton, Miss Lulie Allen, and Mrs. Bev- eriy Johnson, Jr., will be co-host- ,. ,,.,-. ., ,, j esses. Members are asked to bring M''«u>cUM Church Sunday night, Oi-comber 21, nt i o clock. The Dm', nnd Mrs. K. D. Galloway will show the picturos of their in Europe at Spring Hill a gift for the. tree. Friendship Cass of the First Baptist Church will meet Friday night, December 19, at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ray Allen, 200 East Hlh, instead of Tuesday night as originally scheduled public is invited. Christmas program and tree at Oak Grove Methodist Church. Spring Hill Charge, will be held Friday night, December 19, 7:30. The public is invited. Mrs. Olin Purtell Hostess to Wisteria Garden Club The Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Olin Purtell with Mrs. Pud Rogers as co-host- 1 less. Throughout the house were various Christmas decorations nntl Christinas music was heard in the biu-k.uround. After several games were played, the girls exchanged gifts and refreshments were Served to tho twnety-nine members present. Miss Shirley Ann Pearson to Wed Lowell Robertson Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Pearson of Fort Smith announce tho engage ment and approaching marriage- of their daughter. Shirley Arm of Hope, to Lowell Robertson also Wisteria Garden Club met < )f Hope, sun of Mr. ;uul Mrs. Neil Aged Man Robbed of Life Savings ATKINS (UPi — An aged Arkan snn who lost money wher, banks folded during the depression of the early HWO's ami since has kept his roll on his person ox plained tod.iy why he didn't report it when hi-jnrkrrs took. $:i,tiOO from him Monday. "1 didn't think it would do any good to report it," Wndo Maxwell. fur a routine checkup nt Kmory College Hospital. TO, told Cinmty Snci-iti Mabry. "t didn't have any clue to give you." Maxwell told Mabry he was returning from worship service 1 ) Monday night when two men stopped him to ask directions to Russollville, Ark. But after he gave them directions, he said, they forced him from his car and relieved him of two $1,000 bills and sixteen $100 bills 1 . He had carried one of the $1.000 bills for five years, and the other HI months. Hospital Notes UM»- in which hoarded his *no«ey nc«r the Site Ot the holdup. Maxwell tied thfe bog around his middle with n string. The sheriff thinks the hijacker* were locnl men who heard of Max- Well's weentricity »nd planned the hoU'up, The robbers overlooked $883 In n pocket of MnxwelVa cnr and didn't inko his almost empty billfold. Brartch Discharged; Mrs. Willie Bock- worth, Hope, Ht, 1>. Tho The Builders Sunday School Class of the Carrett Memorial Baptist Church meeting Mrs. Street, at mocting was opened with the cubcrccd by Mr " vicm- ru fl . ; Victor C obb. A short business meet Sitter for Christmas." Mrs. Rogers displayed various Christmas arrangements and explaine'd how lo make them. Gifts were exchanged from a Christmas tree. Mrs. Will Saturday, December 20 The Cosmopolitan Club will have their Christmas dinner meeting at Hotel Barlow Saturday evening., December 20, at 7 o'clock. All i ^^ Wal l»- > r won the prize for tho members are urged to attend. RIALTO .* • LAST TIMES TODAY • ESTELITA - JKSBS • FRIDAY & SATURDAY « JERRY COLONA VERA VAGUE "MUSIC in the MOONLIGHT" ROY ROGERS and TRIGGER 4'HELDORADO^ most unique wrapped Christmas package. Tho door prize was won Hobortsnii of Cnbut. The will bo tin event of Jnmmr.v ill. 11153. Miss Pearson Is n graduate of Fort Siiiith lliuli School nnrl Spnrks Moniorinl llnspit.il School for Technicians. She is a member o£ Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Mr. nnbi'i'tson is a graduate of Bntosville High School and Arkansas State College at Jonesboro. He is a member of Tail Kappa Epsilon fraternity . Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Butler nnd daughters, Joan and Judy, have just returned to Texas City, Texas, after u 10 day visit with relatives) and friends in Hope. Miss Lucille Rugglcs loft via plane yesterday for Atlanta, Ga., HOPE DRIVE-IN THEATRE THURSUAY - FRIDAY-. "Rock Island Trail" IN TRUCOLOR! Starring Forresfr Adclc TUCKER MARA SATURDAY "The Last Outpost" With Ronald Reagan Rhonda Fleming FREE Delivery Moore Bros. Scrying You Since 1896 DIAL 7-4431 The Following Prices Good Fri - Sat - Mon - Tues - Wed —19-20-22-23-24 MOORE BROS. FRESH DRESSED YOUNG Lb. TURKEYS 59< MOORE BROS. FRESH DRESSED HENS Lb. Armour Star or Morning Glory Give them a sensible gift by... PUMPKIN Kroger brand, specially, •. prepared for pumpkin pie Cons V Kroger Sw. Potatoes Rich flavor, golden color. CREAM CORN Avond«le, yellow MIXED GREENS 2 Alm» brand, chopped. LIMAS & BACON Griffin Brand No 6 a3n03 C3 ? n 15c 19 f lOc Peter Pan P'Nut Butter 35c Smooth or crunch, 12 oz. jar. CINNAMON ROLLS 21 c Package of four. EVAP. APRICOTS 'Sg' 53c Large Pliofilm Bag PRUNES 2 Pukb - 49c Medium »lied Each 59C 21 c 8 Oz. Pkg. 12 Oz. Pkg. 35c ORANGES POTATOES PECANS TOMATOES Florida oranges, tree-ripened just full of juice and vitamins. EGGNOGG GAKE For the holidays. EVAP. APPLES In pliofilm baa IVAP* CACHES Large pliofilm bag TOMATO JUICE 46e °? 27c Kroner brandi 8*49c . Red Triumphs Paper shell, . Mesh bag Cello wrapped Texans 10 3 Lb. Bag Lbs. Tube 59c APPLES Firm, crisp, juicy XMAS TREES Green, western fir Lb. Bag ¥ 59c From $1.09 Braxil Nuts Lb . 59c Mixed Nuts u, 55c Coconut* e » 15c DRIFT ' 29e CRISCO CHEER 29c Camay Soap 2 Bors23C Both Size Bo* BREEZE 32c OXYDOL 29c Large Size Ivory Snow 28c Christmas isn't Christmas without 'em! Say "Merry Christmas" wtth your children's favorite ^•Buster Brown. They just fan't be beat for style, quality, value and proper fit. Bring your youngster! in now during our big Jingle BeQs Jubilee. 1VMI IN 19 Sailio 1 N e»4 kit awning*. Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce 2 C9HS 29c Mo-Kee's, Wilson's Armour. Delicious Cured Half or Whole Lb. HAMS 59' MO-KEE'S Picnic Hams Large Stalks Pascal Celery 17c stalk MOORE BROS. FRESH TENDER FRYERS' 59< WILSON'S CORN KING BACON Lb. 45' Large Heads Firm Lettuce 2heads25c FRESH PORK SHOULDER LARGE YELLOW 2 Lbs, BANANAS •*FE-i - vc H Pillsbury's Cake Mixes Yellow White Chocolate f • 3 boxes 98c Irawa Coag on r*«o or TV atwt*4p«f <9f ti«« oo4 »toll»B, Guaranteed Fresh Country No Limit EGGS Doz. 49< 3 Lb. Carton Shortening Crustene Mrs. Tucker 67< 10 Ib Bag Potatoes 45c 50 Ib. sack 1.89 DEL MONTE SUGAR PEAS 2 Cans 39< 1 Pound Box CHOCOLATE COVERED Box CHERRIES 53< 5 Ib. bag Juicy Florida Oranges Only 29c bag BURKE'S SHOE STORE 1UW. 10 Lbs. GODCHAUX PURE CANE SUGAR 93< FOLGER'S M. HOUSE C.& SAN BORN ADMIRATION 85< QUART SIZE Miracle Whip Sack ENGLISH WALNUTS 39e LARGE SIZE FIT MILK 7 cans Mabry said they found the sivmll'lslmids. Kniwetok, U.S. atomic proving Hi-omul in (he Pncitlc, lies nt'lhtt , . , northwest corner of the Marshal? C6X DruB Store—Mall Ordert f-. ^^^^^^^^^^^g^^tf^is^j ^ RtHef »t B( * MWrtK, »nd hi? fevtf rft» to ntttl tloh I* w»n todity In r*twtt*«( '" * formula which MM th« « ftitlifti coAffvAtloh* Mvfl Aril iftfllllnt iln\i« h«»d*e«e*, e <Jf* »ir«cht, htwKlnn »wl tiMtt nt. of biM««4 ntue *tut whit it K toiti it.it, hut Mft*u*rtnt t" 1 nul *tp«n*lv>, AtnovtAU to om» t>' doit. KLORONOu totfUtttfTi. ntv vr dlr*cU(l) laid Wltfi mdtiw-b*i!ll t"*f*B IV- CATALOG SALES OFFICE . ,(• FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVINIINCE OPEN TIL 9 P.M. THUR - FRI - SAT, DtC. 18 - 19 20 2161 S. Main Hope, Phono 7-3492 ' ' GIFTS SURE TO PLEASE HER On Christmas Morning! IN HOPE AT REPHAN'S BACK TUCKED CASUAL With 20 Gore Skirt! PINE ACETATE and RAYON CREPE For town . . . office , . . after-five activities . . . this back-tucked Rite Fit acetate and rayon crepe casual wltn 20, gore skirt! Tajlored bodice with ft^hlrifl^ewje^dib^ttons on waist, and convertible'tailor, Forest ,Green, Royal .Blue, T,me;Red gnd the evflr.pppular Black $:Navy/Si?es; 12-20;' 1.44-24*, OTHER GIFTS JUST FOR Ladies Nylon Ladie* Chenille SLIPS 2.98 ROBES ,,,,, 2.98 , .. , Ladies New Ladies Smart PllDCCC 1 Ofl UATC 1 OQ rUI\9B9 .... I .TO HA I 9 ...... I .TO pmg tax LADIE 10,98 143 to GIVE HER NEW SHOES Any lady will want and will apprecig^a „, ^ pair of these smart new shoes tor-Christ' mas. Just the styles for those new clothes, All sizes. We have a large and complete; REP

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