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January 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NOtTMWKT AMCANSAS fIMB, tayrtttvllU, ArfcmtM, Tiratday, Jimrary t, Iff] WARNING! TO ALL MERCHANTS Stverol checks ore being forged on the Northern Bag Co. Do not accept any checks on this company until further notice. Check series 9921 to 9950 are those that are being forged. A n y o n e receiving checks with these numbers please notify the local sheriff. NORTHERN BAG CO. Store Buyers, Heading For New York And | The Major Markets, Expected To Prove Cautious After Overloading In 1951 By SAM DAWSON Vork-f/Pj-Tnoufanris store buyers are on the march to- riay w i t h money (hey can spend-if they sec ;i buy. The Rrcat- chants' |)urse strings will be looser now than last f a l l , since many store* 1 ha\ c worked inventories down to normal size. And so far the average store lias ordered only about 50 per cent ul its spring needs, m a n u f a c t u r e r s estimate, They arc expected (n In. 1 price!and u i l l be ordering the real now. conscious and cautious, after hav- j The garment district here ex- ing burned their finders w i t h over- j peels all records to be broken this huying at this lime last year. But I week in attendance at seven shows cst numbers arc headed for New York and Chicago. Engagement Announced m a n u f a c t u r e r s t h i n k that mrr- Get Welt QUICKER TM"^ u-ith tbf Seruathnai A-C Factor m the New InltmtfifJ AMADNBLT OUKKII ACIINO INCMMHT MOM IFriCTIVI SO ARE WE! Won? 587 We Know We Know Cleaning gettinr, u n d e r , way. More than 6,000 merchants arc expected at the convention here of the N a t i o n a l Retail Dry Goods AsAjeifltion. In Los Angeles, more than 3,000 buyers tronl all over the country are a t t e n d i n g the spring market week of the California fashion creator?. Buyers Expected In Chicago, 2j,00.0 buyers are expected to attend more f u r n - ishing.-: shows this week and next. Furniture buyers arc expected 1o lie price conscious, but manu fauturcrs say t h a t store inventorie have now been worked down t normal, ro t h a t merchants ar once n'.orc in a position lo buy. In the garment "istrict hen m a n u f a c t u r e r s are counting on th recent pickup in retail sales women's and children's apparel t spur buyers to fill out sprin; slocks. Shjws opening include: The Nc\ York Dress Institute, the N a t i o n s Association of House Dress .Manu faclurrrs, the House Dress Insti l u t e and the Wash Dress Markc week. In addition the curtain drapery show and the linen and domestics show are under way and the Boys' Apparel Buyers Associations opens its conventior Wednesday. While the m a n u f a c t u r e r s t h i n k business will perk up, they don' expect selling to be easy. Retailer: are demanding fast deliveries. Thi: ine with the nation-wide policy of merchants to shorten thi period of inventory-holding. Tl-sj want soods to come in fast, and only in q u a n t i t y for quick sales Thursday «t 7:30 p. m., »t the NurnfR Home on the hospital grounds. Kilntow r«r Glrli Th* Order of Rainbow For CJirls will have It! rriular meeting to- nijht in the Masonic H a l l at 6 o'clock. UnlTfnitj L»w Wlvn Cluh The University Law Wives Club w i l l meet Wednesday »t 7:30 p. m. In the Student Union. Ra» K.UPI Gunmi Alomnae The, Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae will m«t Thursday at 8 p. m. it the chapter house. W»hH(t» Krhwl Studr Ornup Mrs. Mearl McKlnncy, rhair- man of the Wsshinjlon School Study Group, announces a juries of four discussions to be held In conjunction w i t h th regular monthly P.T.A. mtviinz- in the school a u d i t o r i u m . The theme of this series w i l l be " R u i l d t n ; Healthy Personalities." The first of these discussions which will center aiounrl the school n^rr, for children throush t h r .-uln'ru-mec. will be held Thursday f n m 1:3f) to 2:30 p. m. llr. ,1. n. H a l l w i l l he KUcst speak- on t h h flp.t program. Mis subject w i l l be "How Children A c r j u i r r Morale." .Furt h e r rhanse.r in Mine and I|,T.T o f 1 the discussions w i l l h? announced on thr radio and in t h e TIMES. ! Wanhlniton School r.T.A. j The Washington School r.T.A. I w i l l hold it's f o u r t h meeting o f ! thf school year. Thursday at 2 45 ! p. m., in thr a u d i t o r i u m of t h r ' school. This meclmc w i l l i r a u r e j a panel discussion by two parent.' I and two teachers on "Wh.it Can | The Teacher Kxpcrt of t h n Parent and What the Parent Can F.xpccl i of thr Te-ieher, A Great Uhlp--The r.rcnt'«nd the Te»ch«; ! rr." Mr. J. R. Boston wil act ai j moderator and also represent the ' j p a i r u l . assisted by Mr». WillUm iCoolcy. Mrs. Bonner. first grade I tcrtchcr, and Mrs. Ambrose, «fxth I criide. will represent the teachers. · A cr'.'iip discussion of problems ' a n d riiiMtiors by parents will fol- ; lov/ the f o r u m . Uml by thousandii In reducinf diets--Junr.c's Roman Meal bread. 11-U.tf MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Births Mr. and Mrs. Vance I'aachil Mr. and Mrt\ Vance Paschal o: Fayctlovilic announce the birth o riaushter, January 8, at the C n u n t y Hospital. \ · THE FREE DODGE "SHOW DOW1V" BOOK ON CAR VALUE tilt's vnoor . .'. free proof . . . Iwt llie exciting new '52 Dodge makes your money worth more. We call it llic "Show Down" Way to judge car value. You gel straight facts, not fancy claims. Tlif! "Show Down" Way lets yon compare Iho '32 Dodge with cars costing hundreds of dollars more . . . for roon'iiocss, and Equipmtnl Subje visibility, riding comfort, safety. It's (.he. ,-, scnsilik w.iv, the inonev-savuif! way " . · o 1' lo choose your next new car, Come in the first chance you gel. See, drive the new '52 Dodge. Sen . . . compare . . . discover . . . you could still pay hundreds of dollars more fur a car anil not get all this great new Dodge gives yon. ct to Chuno* Without Notict F 'BODOE-TINT SAFETT OIASS Atmlnhlr tinw in the new '32 Dodge . . . ut uihtfritituilhj htrrr cm/ than olilcr IIJIK tint »tat. Anli.t;larr Jm | iiMli-lic.il, nr\v I)od«r-Tim Sjlrty CU« nildi lo drivini; comfort, safely. Ciil.i ilown jjliirc til sun, snnw am] lia'iilligltlj -icdllirs lira! from stm r.lyi 21%. HOUSTON TAYLOR MOTORS «14-22 N. College Ave. Miss Reba Lee Stockburjrer's e n - j sasemcnt to Eugene F. Little, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Floyd Little, Springdale, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stock-] burger of West Fork. Miss Stock-! burger is a graduate of West Fork [ High School and the Fayctleville Business College, and is at the present t i m e employed by Utley and Company. Inc. Little has been U. S. necruiter in Fayetteville since November, 1950. The wedding will be an event nf Sunday, January 13. (Bob's Photo). Personals Mrs. C. C. Yarrinjton has recently returned from visiting her son Charles Yarringlon, Jr., and /amity in Tulsa, Okla Mrs. Harry F. Wilson returned last nipht from Little Rock, where she visited her mother, Mrs. J. L. Atkins, and friends. Mrs. H. II. Higmowcr of Panama City, Fla., is visiting her ton-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathews. Mrs A n n a Mashburn returned liomc Sunday from a two-week visit wtih her son and daughter- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Shar- penstcen, in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Rex A l a n Smith lave returned from Hot Springs, where they attended A meeting and banquet Saturday jilKht at the Arlington Hotel, given in honor o f , he state's 10 leading represents-' ivcs of the New York Life Insurance Company. Lt. and Mrs. Bill Sonncman, 11. will leave tonight after a visit here with his f a m i l y since New Year's Day. He will go to Fort Bcnning. Ga.. where he is uta- [ioned and Mrs. Sonneman and ·laughter. Anne, will remain in Little Rock, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe P. Smith. Lt. Col. Ray W. Altord, PAST at the University, is attending * conference on State Selective Service Program at Headquarters 4th Air Force, Robins Air Force Rase. Georgia. Problems pertain- ng to the new student d r a f t de- .'o.rment will be among the matters discussed at this meeting, Colonel Alford advised. Announcements · Iniversitj Women's Club The University Women's Club v i l l meet Friday at 3 p. m., in he Faculty Cluh Rooms. Hostesses vill be of the administrative staff nd the graduate school, with Mr.--. T. C. Carlson and Mrs. W. !, Adkisson as co-chairman. The rogram will consist of * talk on The Psychologic Interpretation f Don Quixote," by Dr. Phillip 'rapp. 'erennlal Garden Club The Perennial Garden Club will ncet for a 1 o'clock luncheon 'hursday afternoon at the home of Irs. Jack Hyland. Mrs. O. L. Jravens will be assistant hostess. efferson School I'. T. A. "What a Good School Can Do or Your Children," w i l l be the uhject for discussion by M i s s tianila Prater, Jefferson School rmcipal, at a meeting Thursday cnlng at 7.30 o'clock in the chool. She w i l l be assisted in the iscussion by a panel of parents nd a group of children. An excc- tive meeting will precede the cgular meeting beginning at 7 'clock. Following the program the ospitalily committee will serve efreshmcnls. A Dislaffers The VA Dislaffers will m e e t GAS is FINE in he Furnace--not n Your Stomach I f your nloiiwh burns "likt re" it means your footl lurm to ts instead of fliRCstin^ Ko you re in misery with bloat n n d cnn arcily breathe. KaycHcvillc people say they nrc rcc if stomach j,iis since they got EHTA-VI.N. This new medicine Igeils food faster and better, aken before me.ih It works with our food. Gss pains j)! Blolt unlshes! Contain* V i t a m i n B-l t» nrlc!: t h e blond, give you p«p nd m»kf nerves stronger. MlMr- ble people soon feel .llfrmnt nil vtr. So dnn't go on j n f f c r l n i . Get C.'KflTA - VIM. -.. Cllnchcn's F«y etlcvllle Drui Store. --«dv. Charge Or Use Our Lay a way! Fresh New VALUES In Our Annual White Sale newly arrived first quality Cannon Percale Sheets rcg. $4.98 values -size 81x108 $029 Matching Percale P. Cases, 79c Cannon 81x108 Muslin Sheets, $2.59 Regular $3.98 Values --Also Includes SPRINGMAID Brand Spring Maid 72x108 Musi in Sheets, 2.39 Regular $3.19 Values -- Matching Muslin Pillow Cases, 59c Regular $5.98 to $7.98 Qualities HOB NAIL SPREADS · Doubles · Singles · Close Tufted QQ ·Beautiful · Long Lasting · 7 Lush Colors Miscellaneous White Specials! CHENILLE BATH SETS, Multicolor Trim SALE $1.19 CANNON BATH TOWELS In Lovely Colors . . . SALE $1.00 IRISH LINEN TABLE CLOTHS Slight Irregulars SALE Vz PRICE SATIN COMFORTERS With Fluffy Wool Filling . SALE $9.45 COLORED PERCALE PILLOW CASES, $1.00 Values SALE 59c ORGANDY RUFFLED CURTAINS, Decorator Colors SALE $5.98 MARQUISETTE RUFFLED CURTAINS, Rcg. $5.98 SALE $3.98 ASSORTED LINEN LOT, Napkins, Vanities, Scarfs, Etc. SALE $1.00 ea. QUILTED COTTON PADS, Size 39x76 SALE $2.99 COTTON PLAID BLANKETS, Size 70x80 SALE $1.98 STRIPED TICK PILLOWS, Crushed Chicken Feather Filling SALE $1.00 Many Other Wonderful White Values!

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