Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 22, 1952 · Page 5
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January 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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wo*IHWt$T ARKANSAS IIMIS, Fav*««*vill«, ArkcnM), , January M, IMS -DISCUSS LEGISLATIVE STRATEGY AT WHITE HOUSr? \Sprillg(lale PRESIDENT TKUMAN gets together with his congressional "Big 4" at the While House, to talh over week's legislative activity. From left: Vice President Albcn Barkley; Senate majority leader Ernest W, Mo- Farland ( D ) . Arizona; Trurnan; House majority leader John W. McCormack (D), Massachusetts; House Breaker Sam Rayburn (D), Texas. (International} Country Storekeeper In Connecticut Says Old Days Provided More Fun At Less Cost By DOROTHY ROE Today's dial system of auto-l matic living, under which we tfet our culture, entertainment and political opinions by pushisg ; TV button, has not improved either the happiness or the wisdom of the human race, in the opinion of Elbert Jones, aged 84. He has been a country store keeper in High Ridge, Stamford, Conn., since the first Saturday in October, 1890. In his Ii2 years of merchandising, Mr. Jones has traveled the f u l l course, from the days of barter and horsc-and- \vaffon delivery to the era of - .. O ir ,--,.j c .n from his vantage point of years! ,, _ i. ,, ne say.s: I "When I first started in business $9 a week was considered good \vagcs--and it was a six-day week and a 10-hour day. Nowadays folks mke 10 times as much for half the work, but I don't think they're much better off. "Now they have cars and wash' ing machines and vacuum cleaners and refrigerators and radios and telephones and television sets --all the things to give them more time to spare. And the more time they have, the more entertainment they hove to have, and the more gadgets they buy to supply that entertaismcnt--and in the end they don't have any more fun than \vc did. / "People used to he easy to pinuse. A haynde or a square dance was all a young fellow used to need to have a whale of a good time with his girl--and it didn't cost anything. Now people seem to measure their good times by 1 what they cost--and buy every- j thing on the installment p l a n . I "The way I see it, they don't have | as much f u n , and they owe morej money." j Business By Barter j When he first bought the 1-lish! I!idgc store, business wns strictly by barter. Mr. Jones explains: ''I used to cct paid in eggs, pi^s, butter, horses and baskets. Lias-, ket-making was one of the principal businesses in these parts then, and at one time 1 had 40 basket-makers working for me. I'd lake the baskets in exchange for groceries and slock feed, and then I'd have to sell them before I could pay my bills." Back in 1890 eggs were 12 cents a dozen, butter 25 cents a pound, round steak cost 10 cents a pound and porterhouse 16 cents. His biggest sales were of flour, sugar and hay and Krain. because most of his customers raised their own meat, eggs, butler and vcge- lahlcs. Tluough the years Mr. Jones has prospered, but still likes to deliver groceries himself and slop to chat with people in friendly kitchens. If you are stretching meat loaf with oalmcal, add a pinch of mono-sodium g l u l a m a t n and mix il in well wilh the ingredients for the loaf. It steps up the meal flavor. NEW STAR FOR DOUGHBOYS-The Army's Combat Infantryman Badge now has a star added, as above, to indicate that the wearer has earned it for the second time--in Korea in this instance. The blue and silver badge is given for satisfactory duty with an infantry regiment, or smaller unit, while that unit is engaged in active combat. New regulations call for adding a star for each badge earned afler the initial - The Christian Men's fellowship held a father and .'·on Banquet ut 7 p. m. Monday at the First Christian Church. The Women's Christian Fellowship served dinner. The president, Halph Miller, and program chairman, Joe McKim, arranged the program. The Rev. L. I.. Rudolph, minister of the First Christian Church of Harrison, was guest speaker. Graydon Comstock of Harrison was special soloist. Mrs. Joe Kinfi- and Mrs. Husscll Charlesworth were honored with stork showers by Mrs. Jute Pie- bcnga and Mrs. Russc'l Scay at the Picbcnga home Friday evening. The Springrlale Iris Garden Club met Monday at 2 p. m., at the home of Mrs. W. C. Hadcn on Maple Drive. Mrs. D. O. Smith was co-hostess. Mrs. Percy Braum presided over the business meeting. Mrs. S. E. Williams was in charge of the devotional. Roll call was answered by telling "My Garden Resolution." Mrs. B. D. Brogdon presented the program on "Winter Bouquets." After the program a round lablc discussion of timely topics was held. At the close of the meeting refreshments was served by the hostess. Cecil Norman of the Norman Furniture Company, Inc.. who has been attending the International Home Furnishings Institute at the America Furniture Mart and the Merchandise M a r t in Chicago, 111., returned home Sunday. II. Clay Carter of Joyce's Drug Store was installed Sunday as district chairman of the Arkansas Pharmaceutical Association at the annual installation ceremonies for new officers at Little Rock. The Baptist Training Union of The First Baptist Church will meet at the church Tuesday at "I p. ,n. for a cooperative supper. All members arc invited to attend and bring their families. Miss Mary Sellers, president of the Business and Professional Women's Club, Miss Maudinc Farish vice president, Bcrnice Thurmand and Mrs. Nora Lingclback, past presidents, attended the state board meeting in Little Rock over the weekend. At the local meeting Monday night they presented a report. The meeting was held at 7:30 in the lounge of the First State Bank. The program was in charge of Miss Nora Lingelback. chairman of the Educational and Vocational Committee. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served. Mrs. Gene Shaw entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon at her home on North M i l l Street. The hostess served a light desert course. The Fidel is Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met Monday night at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Kcrmit Conlcy on Maple Avenue. Miss Alice Jatoon presented the devotional. Mrs. R L. Cosncll, teacher of the class was in charge of Ihe program. Al the close of the meeting refreshments was served by the hostess The First Methodist Church and the Wesley Methodist Church be gan a one-week evangelistic scrv ice Sunday. The Rev. H. M. Lewis, pastor of The First Methodist Church, assisted by the Rev. J. H , Sewell, of Franklin, La. The Rev. j Jim Workman, pastor of the Wes ley Church, is assisted by J. H Scott of Beardcn. Special services I will be conducted each 1 evening this week. 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