Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 10, 1952 · Page 5
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January 10, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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B) HAL BOYLF. ftow York-W-Bought your car-| lo death, talking about something m u f f s yet'.' You'd belter buy 'em I they don't know." now before the mad rush starts. I · · No ears are likely to bear up under | Here are a few quick lips on the political din between now and i how you yourself can live witnout ·November without the protection,a black eye unlil balloting time: of plugs or muffs. ; 1. I f you musl wear campaign The verbal Niagara Falls of "I j l.uttons, wear two-one saying View With Alarm" and -We Point -Bryan Or Bust" and the other With Pride" is already flooding -Ua.-li To McKinley." lhal will fro t h Pride" i s already o o n g "Ha.-; o c n e y . ,m the nation's 115,000,000 radio! show vou arc non-partisan and in- and television sets. ! dependent. Many statesmen haven't warmed j ., 1( you f cc i yo u simply have up their vocal chords for I the political situation 1 Ihe order Former Nun Sues Church For Breach Of Contract Newark, N. J.-l/Pl-A w o m a n ; who served nine years as a Do-1 minican nun seeks lifetime support from Roman Catholic authorities in a breach of contract! suit. I In her suit, filed yesterday in j chancery division "f Superior' Court, Miss Mary GilliRan of Plainsficld claims she was promised life support when .she entered a Summit convent in 1920. Miss GilliRan said the diocese. New Studeboker Goes On Display the archbishop r vocal cnorcis 101 m i - L I U . - i l u -ij.. CU ss the poiiucai SHU.H.UM , uu: .".»- . ' paign. They're still taking banjo; t a tar put ,, tou ple of ice cubes j broke the agreement m IJJJ andI tap dance lessons, hoping that j j n YOU1 . mnull. first. Vou will | "without cause and ended er it they win a spot on Arthur God- ' kno ; v w h a l you're saying, but no- j residence' in the «";"'· J? 1 ' t frey's talent scout program they'll | M clso w ,,,_ so i hc y can't ob- il, ; ,t lime aid from Catholic tha, i ." '.. . _ .,.·_ .. r,,,., , . i n o « . . " J j ties has been inadequate, she s.ud. i . 'j. Avoid dry martinis altogether. . ,,- - m is lh j s concoction liiat caused handy liltlc guide on _, . ,, to U|n] illto Mr . Hyde, Survive In An Election | ^j jt ' ma} , tln . n you from a Re- . . T1nrnin-r:i t f i r VH'P. be able lo slip over a few for their favorite candidate. What Ihc average man already needs is a handy little guide "How to S Year." Some bartenders already are de manding sabbatical leaves, dcclar- | ing the political tempests among j their tosspols at the rail will make , life unbearable for the next nine j month;. Others arc simply l a y i n g ' in a new supply or baseball bats. "The average customer is a mouse," said one veteran highball jrtckey. "He is worried about his rising taxes and his falling hair, and he come.-: here only to complain about his wife or boss, or maybe--after a few drinks--to praise his dear old mother. "But in election year what hap- j p u l i c a n into a Democrat, or vice The convent, the diocese and archbishop deny cnlerim: i n t o ] any cotracl with Miss Gilligan or | that they are under any oblifia- ; lion to pay her. They said he L1U1I H' I'.'.' - - . ·left tlie convent and separated j ""'"'' "~;i , ,, ,,,,,. i herself from the religious ,). No m a t t e r how swell a gu TM7 H ;,, vMMaa of its vou think Harry Truman is, don I TM u ""i ' h c a l l o n s " t-aeh your children to go around | and churui cdnu_s ._ chanting, "Taft On A Raft." Do' you want your liids lo come home with black eyes? 5. Other remarks to avoid in public yourself: A. "Why doesn't Harry take up the accordion--then he '·' squeeze his way out'.'" Assistant Professor Of Social Welfare Named A p p o i n t m e n t of Mrs. Dorothy , Myers m assistant professor of. Uncial w e l f a r e in Ihc University! Collide '.f A r t s nnd .Sciences wns announced today b.v Pr. G. D. Nichols, clean of the collcRe. Mrs. Myers has been n social worker at the Oswitt'iitomlc Slate Hospital in Kansas since 1MO. She has done field work nt Ihc Men- Dinner Koundntirm in Topcko, and has worked with the Florida Relief Adminlslralion and Klorlclaj State Welfare Hoard. l-'rom 1MB 1 lo 1950 she Uu«ht at TuHrw U«i- vcrsity. WAIT'S GIIIN MOUNTAIN COUOrl fTIUP · rr iw ·II. 'to stc Eu Springdale --! ---- .rr ci ;^diM^ %sr^\ i hardtop convertible. It is offered 11 both "'£ includes Iwo d i f f e r e n t nylon options as slauu- bran^r^herttior^»;^o S l5±s: yA ,«« ^^, ^ ,,,,« ^«^ Wester Motor Company, 441 West Dickson. The Pen Point Club met Tucs- "could day night in the home o.' M^TM!cial hour followed B. "Eisenhower's an old soldier --why doesn't he just fade away?" 'Well, 1 was passing General .VH'6. t , u l l ^ J l l l C S w - - Street al 7:3(1 o'clock. Mrs. Billy Jines reported a sale f a feature article to the Arkansas Democrat, Mrs Irene Carlisle reported the sale of a poem to the Saturday and children. A light supper was ·rved at 7:30 o'clock and a so- in which they throwing drinks and trying lo gnaw each olher lo dealh. Either that or they bore everybody clic Wwn You Buy Aspirin, Here's ONE NAME TO REMEMBER St.Joseph A S P I R I N Almtiiano v*".~'- ~ read by Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Patrick Miss Eva Howard. Mrs. Lynn Bickford and Miss Mable Harrison Jack Carlisle, president o the club had charge of the shorl be a real Kitchen Cabinet- -Ha, Ha, Ha!" A remark like this can cost you your happy hom°. K. But the best lip of all is this: Write down your own presidential choice in a little black diary, and i.u.- -- - - - - - - b ,. lock it away. Then shut up. And business meeting. Membcis open up your diary the day after election--and see how wrong you arc. Right or wrong, you'll slay oul of Irouhlc. never suspcclcd. Mechanical drying reduces the Just wishing to be talented will I danger ot tire (nun spontaneous get you nowhere; just reading combustion in hay. ,,. oted » sail" and played games. Approximately GO uuesls attended. The Rev. Jack Wright, an evangelist Irom Brownwood, Texas, is holdiiiB :. revival meeting at Ihc Pentecostal Church of God on South Thompson Street. Services begin al 7:15 every evening and Bible classes are held every Thursday and Friday morning at 10 o'clock. The J u n i o r choir of the first Baplist Church w i l l not meet Saturday morning because of the ab-| scnce of the Rev. John Morcland attending a Southwidc School clinic in Miami, about other people's achievements will accomplish nothing; .vou must do! Forget the unsuccessful attempt and begin right way with another try. Not white, not wheat, not rye. flavor blend of all three-- Juncc's Roman Meal Dread !1-10-«| FH THE KRfKT COLOR SCHEME . . . THE PERFECT PAINTS ENAMELS Two Sheens ... Glorefree and Satin It's ever so easy to decorate with Cook'i Shadotone Enamels, for you can choose from 144 rich, deep-toned colors to provide the perfect background for your furniture, drapes, and floors. Both beautiful sheens arc scrubbable, and are priced amazingly low. See them today. -ASK ton rout nttf COLOR HAN found COOK'S PAINTS EAST SIDE SQUARE--PHONE 526 Springdale joined Ihc Marines and left Tuesday for San Dicco, Calif., where he will receive his training. The Berry Slrecl Baptist Church had a get acquainted social for their new pastor and his family, the Rev. and Mrs. Bill Jackson ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^····^^pgm^ij^^mHHii^HMiiHi^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"*'** ' [Shoe Sale ODD LOTS! ! Make it a point to attend this sale early as we do not have many sizes to choose from and our selection of styles is small . . . However you won't find better values anywhere. WARNING! TO ALL MERCHANTS Several checks are being forged on the Northern Bag Co. Do not accept any checks on this company until further notice. Cheek 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. SCOTTIE You'll live in this wonderful shoe . .. you'll find it a comfortable complement for casual clothes. Trim and slim, fashioned of soft polished calf and priced at just $ W TURF T A N CALF Good Shoes Properly Fitted LADIES' SHOES ENTIRE STOCK Suede Shoes . . . . i Off Not All Sixes, So Come Early Broken Sizes 150 Pair ONE GROUP Mostly large sizes. Patents, Ties and \l Qx High Heels. «|II.*F^ ONE GROUP House Shoes . . $1.00 MENS SHOES 72 pairs Work Shoes $4.25 AII i o^fVixr "tnr Brand. S6.65 Value ONE GROUP All Leather Star Brand. $6.65 Men's Oxfords E $8-95 BROKEN SIZES--150 PAIRS Mostly large sices in Q J fiC f A CO AC brown, black, Both high d*|iVV 10 $0»VV shoes ond oxfords. The First National. Bank ot Springdale rcclectcd officers and directors and employes at the an-i nual meeting of the stockholders, ot Ihc bank held Tuesday a f t e r - j noon. Officers reelcctcd were Harvey Jones, president; t.cc Sanders, executive vice president. John L. Stafford, cashier; John K. Rose, Max Sample, and Bonnie Hanks assistant cashiers. Directors rceleclcd arc Harvey Jones, Lee Sanders, John b. Stafford, Bert Lewis, D. D. Deavcr. F. K j Ha'/.el Louis Lichlytcr. Jeff D.. Brown and Luther George. Of; I the 1.1100 shares o( bank stock ollt- I standing, 1.067 were voted at the meeting. Reports were heard by the stockholders before the election of Ihe directors. They named the officers. DOROTHY DIX -- CONTINUED FROM PACiE FOUR j were born with a Kifl for cooking | or sewing, hut allaining pcrfcc-' lion is nol impossible. Be Determined You musl, firsl of all, be absolutely determined to conquer your ehosen field, be it cooking, sewing, decorating, knitting or some allied art. Then, if you can spare the time or money, go lo I school, or lake a course in the i subject. If that is impossible, buy I a book. One of Ihe great blessings ! of mankind is the availablity of | hooks. Books on any subject, hooks providing instruction in any craft. Detailed in their instruction, helpful with their guidance, cn- lighlcnins in Iheir scope! Read, practice and repeat! Over and over unlil you can knil a perfect sweater, make a perfect pair of draperies, bake a perfect pie. grow a perfect flower! Any one of these things you can do with patience. One perfection leads to an- j other, and soon you'll have a most astonishing array of talents you A new 12Ohorsepower Commander V8 A new Champion in the low price field LANER BROS. SHOE STORE SOUTH SIDE SQUARE UNION BUS DEPOT 103 H. Coll.g. Phon. «S Now r«ady lor you ID MI;--now rcaily (or ym to drivr-llic far-ailvnnrcil MOV 1').")^ Sluil«- liakcrs that nil America lina lic.cn w a i l i n g l»r! They're lUtk and l . c a u i i t u l l y |ro|inrlinm:l new Stuilcbakrrs -- w i t h n *wr|i|.liar!t arroily- nmnic prncc of linr you're »urc lu liivn mi sijilil. And b*it of all, (lie d a r i n p l y iliflcn-nl ilc- Bigning of llii:»c newest Stinlebakcr K l y l c Mam corvea to make llicm aiiiaziiiRly saving of gasoline. The »|»irklin|! |Kiwcr llicy pcncrulc i» un- iiiilidkd by unnecessary excess bulk. Stop In right «w«y--tlicnc new clreamHneil l')M Sliidelmkers arc on view right now--lh« *|iri|;lilly .SliuMmker Clianijiion in ihc low |ric» firlil--Ilie lirilliiui|.|HTformiii|; 120-horncpowcf aker CiHiiinander V-tt. WESTER MOTOR CO. 441 W. DICKSON Chirl.-r i Rill for Group Ttip»

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