Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 29, 1952 · Page 7
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MOP! iTAft, \ + \ °' afiihut Monddy, December 29,1952 •t&f 'Kjgt'' i Atomic Its Out Vison ELD, En<1.nd, (UP) - flfit cenvletwJ Comma* I ftlWI »f»f f Dr. Allun Nutin, IliUo «v« i W Jttuiifft Mr ' (he wsr, dswn t«*' mm M* from Uif pflnon in tho pr«« tH* govttpment in London refuted to (tttcla* toll, It w«« rtporUd vtrlouily that the rdori, OPO operfltlvft at Hervtoc, ihni ho had aortn a frne man td , prUoH tfti M»y on a oonvlct)6n of Irt thl* hnil »ay« H« hn» found ftflOfeMMhvi,',,'' DoubH Mtit Would WASHWOTCN W ~ Sen. Ful* I'Arfc.), »Bjri he p doubt* Jfi| tfihT*rt«!£ ; %«wi$ ftuiila'* «Mui** r* *«d iitMtkiMl ***t "" ""•• aijTT W 10 P01WRT OHO We«. But we "mart not t«k« th« MM* ttrfe flint ttwt« \t no how and rt* fuio to irtiW with tnenV r Fulbrl«nt Mid, Th« poMltoflUy of « p*r»onal conference between iht ,ttu»»lan Premier And th« U, 8.. PN»W«m- ol*ct w«* raWwl itf • wwlm com munJcatlort trt ih« Nfew York Tlmoi Chrtttrnn* Eve, crat on tho Ranate Porif&fHeia' tfflBi^C*flimHtfl«(, rea«r>«3B T5K ' ' jlrtm. *• M»tir Iri EwrQW,, ...... (am tol«v)*lon Interviewer* yetttfr- Jt Volco of Amodca J;ro*dc«»tJ ihoiild be k«pt going to thft ron CuHntrt ommtrien iboeau** that' t« tho only mean* of dlroctly reach- infl; ^njmunUt wpple», but U, 8. I* w«* k»pt f to tH* Iro5 «on Northern i^ti are not in gflfloud 'at many people believe and ,C8(v b« JfOnea Out In tho near future,"" '' ;''*< '; ''•* . and ftouthorjj ' in Bed Wifh Cold y,«..V«*L^«-..« doctor , but her "She i» In «6od ihapo and com- 4«ft/«l<»ft flno,!' Dr. Howard Snydor iintd ymisrdny, Mm. BUenHowor caught cold phrUtmM night and went to bod Saturday at ttje EUonhower Crtlunv Uln Unlvornity residence on Morn* InftKldo JicJiiht* ave $ Various delicious flavors BLACKEYE bo\V much yoVj« »nd 1,-ntok, throat look when you u»o Helena Rublmtein ££tii!&i> ! v£&. i. j»u.^ j • " v? 7 Prices In this od effective through Saturday, January' 3rd DO) DRESSING Sugared GINGERALE Toasted Pecan Canada Dry No. 303 Cans Embassy 16 OK. Brand Bot. Doz. Each 28 Ox. Bot. Avondale, Sliced or halved 37c PEACHES 25c KROGER 21c ORANGE JUICE LIMA BEANS Kernel, Yellow Kroger Frozen Del Monte Early Garden No. 21 Can 12 Ox. Cans 6Oz. Cans No. 303 Can TOMATO CATSUP Del Monte 4-(»8.lb. P* V • ' Fresh and Meaty er, Flavory Freshly Ground 2-3 Ibs. First Cuts First Cuts FOR NSW YEARS Sand vein removed FRESH Ib. 17: «>22c Ixtro $f Itet Fwih Rtd Triumphs *>:: Firm . CAULIFLOWER Mild, Yfl low. ONIONS «*eyt- i Q^o f t-» ORANGES Head Lb. 6c 29c lOc Monday, December 29, 1952 HOPI STAR, HOP!, AtKANIAI SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P, M. became the bride of Martin Joseph Filogamo, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Calendar Tuesday, January 6 VFW Auxiliary will meet at the Hut Tuesday night, Janunry 6, at 7:30 with Mrs. Hays Mimn and Mrs. Henry Femvick ns hostesses. Wednesday, December 31 The Entertiiinirient Committee of the Hope Country Club will have a formal dunce New Year's eve *SAENGER * LAST DAY * in the hands of a real fighting man! from 10 until 2 o'clock. Thursday, January 8 Pat Cleburne Chapter UDC will have their luncheon at Barlow Hotel January 8. Mrs. B. H. Sawyer. Arkansas State President, will be guest speaker. She will use as her topic "Phases of UDC Work." Please note the change of date. «iih PHYLLIS THAXTER • DAVID BRIAN TUESDAY w.;h Marjorie REYNOLDS COLOR CARTOON 'OUR GANG" Comedy Plan now to attend our NEW YEAR'S EVE MIDNIGHT SHOW Wednesday, December 31 11" P. M. The Big Funny of the Year! Peter LAfORD-Jane MER-Gig • Miss Vestla Jean Saunders Weds in Washington Church Miss Vestia Jean Saunrters, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Tandy Saundcrs, of Washington, RIALTO * • TODAY & TOMORROW • JEFF CHANDUR SCOn BRADY SUZAN BALL MUSICAL & CARTOON with b ,« k «. Be"vi-« of lft\f g ° •ived the Kuestft in the V^»t- the church. , ( ; n« ;\ wedclfng trip to,'|J|ii nupli- will, be at hoitjt ith .•Ipliia whore Mr. ~ 'lied at Henderson Stnto I'ulloge. taffeta and wristlet of pink and - • ..---- white sweetheart roses, lighted the Peter Filogamo of Hampton, NPW tapers iMnrnpahlre at 3:30 at the Kust Slf|n Pnrk(!r nav , f , SSL, 2S±«. *" ta "-!ssr' w ar 1I ~- - 'BK BS Reverend Marvin K. Tale of mid James Robert CJraves of Maa- Southern Baptist Theological Sent-i net Cove Jnary. Louisvtlle. Kentucky, per- ' Tho b ,'. j(io . s formed the impressive double rin*; (lf o ,, ou Kabnrdinc ceremony in the presence of n j fo^nncs Her cors large asspmWnso of relatives urul; (Mub ,. c .;, nl; , lion ,friends. Vows were exchnnsert be • '•• ., .. * ';;< fore the altar decorated with ca- !, ( , ' " n ' wll >fi the ceremony the coUIJi thedral topers nnd baskets of Cal-i iij,,';',' 1 lia lillies' ;nul white gladioli. Smith-; y\\\ oru snnlax was used to bank iho j , "., altar. I (', ' Arkai Preceding the cercniony ;t pro- | is v\\\ firam of nuptial niusie was played j chers l>y Mrs. Moss Howo, <iri;anist | — Miss Dana Lou Cunningham of Hope, sanji "Ave Maria" by Schubert, iincl "Because." Tho traditional wedding marches were play cd. Given in marriage 1 by her fath er. the bride wore a ballerina sown of white lace over slipper sntm with lilted bodice, full skirt, and long sleeves. Her fingertip veil of white maline fell from a satin bandeau outlined in pearls. She' carried a while Bible topped with i a lavendar orchid and streamer:;! of white satin entwined with step-1 hanolis. i Miss Betty Huth Sanndcrs, sis-| ter of the bride, was maid of lion-1 or. She wore a ballerina dress of; green net over taffeta and carried ! a nosegay of pink and white rosoc. Miss Junnitii liillings, wearing! a ballerina frock of pink net over | For travel Mrs. Jllognmo chose n srey orlon suit and black accessories Irimmrd with Rrcy, Shf pinned the orchid from her bouquftt nt her shoulder. Mr. and Mr». A. J. Thornton Celebrate 53rd Anniversary Mr. nnd Mrs. A. .1, Thornton celebrated their 53rd wedding mini- vcrsnry at the home uf n dnught- er, Mrs. Ernest Andrews, Sunday. Those present were M& And Mr». w. B. Tlvoi nton and family, Mr and Mrs. Roy Thornton and f«m ily, Mr. nnd Mrs, Otis Fajtnn. Mr., «nd Mrs. Cec.ll Cox, Mn and Mrs. Ernest Andrews, Mrs. Mnr.v V»URh of Caddo Oflp, Joe wilibn, Mr. nndjMrs. Rny West nnd daugh- ter, Carolyn, -of Cttdto dip, tnd Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B, Oolllkm and datighter, Sharon. Coming and Going Mr. nnd Mrs. Bln-1 Ross and Vivian and Mrs. Recce Jones have returned from Columbia, South Carolina, where they spent the holidays with Sfc. and Mrs, Not Impson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schreek and daughter, Pnuln, of Dallas returned to their home yesterday after spending the Christmas holldnys with Mrs. Schreck's parents, Mr, and Mrs, Hornor Puller, Wtte th* holidiyy frtests of Mrs, MeQ«t»*« (MrettyrUr. and Mrs. It. E, Benson,, Te'«WR Saturday for Fort Smith whefe Mrs, MoQce -wag matron of honor In the wadding pt Mis* Betty Fnlls Und Rouef Joyce which took plac« In thtt Presbytet'lan Church Sunday afternoon. Major and Mrs. H, L. Mooro have returned to their home In Atlanta, On., after a holiday visit with his mother, Mrs. Harry Moore, t,yle Moore, Jr , accompanied thoni home for a short visit before ft>. turning to Wenlworth Mlllldry Acadenty, Lexington, Mo, Mr. nnd Mrs. John McOce of Ar- Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Clifford and fOtUrhed io it^wiJt »omff' after spending. t«e« Me. andWw, 6tttf „. Mr,, and Mrs, Bob Shitl i '.!..„,. .._.. ~$ j. Mp, «nji RHCSW Cht _«„,, Mrs, Oten HarUfl«!d and of Dallas, Mr. and '" Itnrtstield and son. t.....>, B Mr. and Mrs, Sonny Toftsffliffi Kons. aUmeV, M)-, ntid '" ' ren Haro hnd sofl k «nd Mrs. IrVm 1 I pfn4., w , „, Billy Bwrke, LangW/AJI^ Bnsa, Va>, Dutch ~ ' "' JeH Nbrvol, ahfi t »,...„,„„ Paul McCafm«6K; i ,an'd * Hti Mr. artd MH 'Carf W/F 1 Hooo. ' ' Vv 'i* ^ encf of f/ie year i I O price reg. $ 2 size On Saturday many of you didn't get waited on... We apologize and nup you !! come back. The crowd of shoppecs was pore than we had anticipate! Ut course the bargains were truly great. There are plenty remaihinq '$ snap I uesday and Wednesday. " : plus tax Dorothy Perkins supreme Hand Cream CONTAINS LANOLIN We bring you an outstanding bargain ... so you ran save money now by trying this new family size! Dorothy IVrkins supreme Hand Cream is lanolin-rich...soothes, smooths, protects extra-sensitive, dry-skin hands! Hurry...get your .upply no. and „,. Utt ^ ft ^^ ^ Finest Department Store Nylon, wool jersey, cotton, rayon crepe, nylon linen. Over 100 offered. Good selection of colors and sizes. REDUCED 30% - 50% One big rack full. Many can be worn all year 'round. SKSRTS BIG EMNA SALE! HALF PRICE AND LESS ON SALE TUESDAY LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN MANY MONTHS. DcpajfiMMit Her* Rayon gabardine,, wool din^- tweeds, ndvelty fabrJ"cs. O^^|6 offered so hurry,-." You know (3s for ever^;day val'ue and style in skirts, shop now and save Not all sizes but a ijdod selection offere^. JACKETS i Flannel, wool jersey, sued© cloth, Ideal for sportswear or dress up, REDUCED M ft?! f. Good' run of sizes. You*H save Tuesday and Wednesday if you'll shop. :,.•;.'• ; COTTON T-SHIRTS Were $1.98 NOW $1.0| FABRIC GLOVES Were $1.00 ' NOW 50c Others reduced too Were $1.98.. Novy $1,00 Were $3.00. . Npw $1,5,0 - r • t . « , A small group of KID GLOVES now.. Vi Price HANDBAGS Manyot 1 •^Price RED 'i, Flannel Pj's $2.50 Broken'lat, not all size?,. Wfl/e$J5.QO Now 11.79 VY^rell 2.00, Now $3.00 , Now $2,00 . Now 11 IlwPltlm I ••• DRESSES Crepes, gabardines, wool jerseys) miracle fabrics, and novelties',,, Sizes 9 to 15,10 to 20,14* to 24& 38 to 44. About 500 offered, famous brand names. '"' REDUCED \ .jS kA , Many reduced even Tuesdqy and SUITS All wool flannels and novellas* and every one a -reaf [ few of most all sizes,'\ REDUCED 25%-33' Every one f rorn a manufacturer, LafeeJiT suits so you know "vyh^ buying. BELTS Elastic, Uc>ther qnd Mftel 0« Were $200 . ,.. ...... .^. i ' ...... Poodle gnd cpjprs , , ,

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