Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 24, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 24, 1952
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*6tHHWBT ARKANSAS TIMIS. f«v«H»»Hte, Arkmwi Thurify, J«nu, ieMille, Producer-Director Of Epics, Vanls Time To Contemplate The World j By SAUL I'KTT :iNew York-M'l-Cccil Blount Do- i'rfiiowle-dKC it flkl. it every day. Science proves me the most," DeMllle »ltt. "He uiird lo read lo at, every night, « In Average Vocabulary." A dessert course was served lo t h e ' chapter from I h c ' l l l b l c ' a m i one] following guests nI the beginning! from .American history. KathefM" 'he meeting:' Mr*. H o w a r d ; studied lor tin- ministry but mo-! Hackus, Mm. Call Brown, Mr».| Iher ucmiadnl him he w o u l l i j " » Brynnl. Mrs. Gene George,; have a lariccr congregation by' Mrs. Bale Gilmore, Mrs. Lorraine ·.vriling for. Ihc theater. , MroTM. Mrs Robert Spencer. Mrs. "So he became a p l a y w r i g h t : W a l l e r Walkins, all of hprmgdale ; Very inicrufliiip, I sultl. When, 'asked, docs the picture open? '·'· ncMlllc's secretary, a woman' '(·do Mi horn' with him 30 .vc.m.| "'»·'' nrnr llollywnoit. iecame rlKid, as ihnu^h .1 mortal! ''It's only fi.'j m i n u t e s f r t ime. D e M l l l c said he would like lo have lime to consider these ( b i n e s a t "Paradise," h i s l.Uflll-ricre had ju.-l entered the loom. j studio." he siilij, "When I drive in audit couldn't have wild deer come bouncing over an JlB. press «B' . jmkcri more iiuinod if he hail been | line u p ·tabbed. iii" the movies, I've been alIH The Pcnn Point C l u b met Tucs- 10 reach audiences all around t b c i d a y night at 7:30 o'clock al the world w i t h the same mfs.sauc. As; home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas : 11 m a t t e r of fad, I have the U K - ! Kothrock, southwest of Springdalc,; lii'es from Paramount accountants.I w i t h Miss Mable Harrison as Imsl-' Court Order Holds Up Work On Highway Discrimination Is Charged By Firm At Malyern ioi a h a n d o u l . j have :;mall stone collate far from the HT Knun ini.'l In 1IHII, my pictures '. playrd to n total of :i,2M,OI)0.000 d admissions, almost one and » hfllf " l i m e s the population of the cnrth." . Only ncMlllc wc.ithcrcd the mix pas with poise. - For the tinicM fraction of n ecund, hlB eyes reflected pBln and '·lewlldcrmcm. But tlicy riulckly .-vnrmed as the sensitive artist ro- rentrd , n n d tlic realist citizen of lie world look over, lie iiulctly i'xplainert the picture already had ipcncd and had received, as a natter of fact, Rood notices. . Surviving Hint near miss, tbi: ntcrvlew proceeded serenely. ; DcMIIIc Is a short, bald man nf 70. with senile eyes, a sol! Unlnn ,,, Ul( . , met Tuesday the gods and goddesses, and you have I b c slory of 11152. The same situation. Asia and evil arc preparing to overrun Kurope. "Europe needs lo be solidified today ac.ainst the l l n e a t . Kor this. it needs nn Incident. For the separate sillies of Greece. Helen of CnVT couTlciUK''m'ai!nerr Bdni;'T»'.v supplied the Incident. And hat win', he mnkrji bi;.; Ideas I when you've not the most beautl- b'lRRor when hi- 'discusses! l"l wninnn In the world -- "" , ( ,l._, lml.,,,.t,rt.l H ,!..., hem. I ·. He said he would like In take ;«ore timp to contemplate the. ·Hysterics of the world,- ·'. "Take astronomy," ho snld. "It ;ias progressed so much in the last 'IS years, there's enough there to inak« a man t h i n k for the next iKlO. .Also, 1 always wonder how ihe : Book of Genesis hail the ·the (nee that launched a thousand ships'--you've i;ol a good niovlo story." DcMillc probably Is best known foi- sweeping epics among the 70 pictures he has made. What ac- lotmls for his penchant for bigness in movies, for painting on » brand historical canvas? "Father probably liifltiencctl CAREY* SALT Don't Just i bin house. It's a wonderful place lo be alone and t h i n k , " A restless creator, D e M l l l e already Is I b l n k l n g of his next plc- lure. I I may be the btnry of Helen "' ''?J'' V ' M M , · , ,, i night In the cllnhiK room nf the A f t e r all," he .,»,!. "remove '^;", nc l h c l r m o l , U l ,y cooperative supper. Thnsc. prcscnl were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carmack and son Handy, the rtcv. and Mrs, Stanley Jordan, Mr. and Mr.i. Rli'hard Harris nnrl children, I.inda ;m{l Dickie, Mr. and Mrs. Mobert Harms nml c h i l d r e n . Carol anil nolicrl, Mr. and Mrs. Eimciio I.lllle and ilauKhlor, Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Jones and d a u g h t e r , M a r y Francis, .Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ttotlins, and daughter, Connie, nml Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Test, Jr. The IU'v. Stanley Ionian, pastor of the First Bnptlsl Church, Is holdlnc a study course at the Berry Street Baptist Church. The Hci',' Bill Jackson Is the pastor »f tho Berry HI reel Church. Jim Cheync, a representative ot the E. Chester Nelson architectural f i r m of Fort S m i t h has a n n o u n c e d that tlie Memorial Hospital will be ready for use In May If cverylhlni! continues to progress as. it has in the past. Mrs, Joe M u r p h y has been appointed chairman of the SprlnR- dalc lied Cross drive. Those who will assist her are E. It. Ritter, .loc McKIm, Mrs. Norman Haas, nml Mrs Howard Backus Is vice chairman. The drive will licRin the first of March and the coal for Sprinudale to raise Is $^,71)0. Guests In the home of Mr. am Mrs. W. A. l l a r d l s t e r and son Eddie of Theodore Drive Sunday were Mr. Ihmllstcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. l l a r d i s l c r of Ben- tonvllle, and his two sisters, Misses Madeline anjl Thclma l l a r d l s t e r of Fnyettcvlllc. Mrs. llardislcr has been sick with the flu for the past week. The Phi Chapter Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday night «t the home of Mrs. Gene George on Meadow Street. Mrs. Robert Spencer vice president presided over the int'eling In the absence of the president, Mrs. Vcrnon Malhis. Mrs. Howard Backus was in charfic of the program on "Expansion of Voice and Vocabulary." Other topics of discussion were "What Voice Reveals" and "What _ L i t l l e Rock-f/l'l - The Arkansas ess. Mrs. 'J'hoinas' Rotiirocl!, liose-i I l l u h w n y Department temporarily nary Patrick, and Mrs. Irene C a r - j ' · Isc read originals. Mrs. Carlisle; were served lo the f i f t e e n mem- which w,n» a poem will ap- j bers present at the close of the. pear in the Saturday Evening Post i meeting. has been restrained from Imuinf a work order on a half-million dollar road building project in Grant and Saline counties. The order was issued yesterday by Pulaskl Chancellor Guy Williams on petition of the Pioneer Construction Company, Malvcrn, Ark. The company s a i d ' i t had been discriminated against when it had nol been permiltcd to submit a bid on the project. Tile A r k a n s a s Highway Commission awarded the contract to Thco W. D. J e f f r e y Construction Co., Inc., of Fort Smith, Ark., for $512,492. The work involves IS.5 miles of grading, firainage slruc- The Pioneer Company, headed Ity A. C. Kennedy, charged that Chief Highway Department En- :oon. The club presented" Mrs.!'" The Xi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, K'""TM A1( Johnson had refused to l.ealha Hrogdon with a cues! book ' met at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Permit the /irm to study plans and for her lo use when she reopens ' Mrs. Don Peterson on W a y l a n d | specifications on the proposed, job icr cafe. Her cafe was damaged Avenue Tuesday night. Rcfrcsh-l Pioneer also charges that: by firf t» itudy the plans, a bid under! Roy Engrf «t Minnesota set a $512,000 would have been sub- new I3ifi Ten record of 12 kickoft returns and » new mark for kick- mitted. 2. Johnson told Pioneer that it did not have sufficient financial ratine to make the necessary bond lo insure completion of the contract. In granting the temporary injunction. Judge Williams said ''if (he allegations are true, there is a serious question as to the legality of this letting of the contract." Hearing on Pioneer's request to make the restraining order permanent will be held at a later dale. Advertise in UK TIMES--It pays. off return yardage (t }99 yards. /z GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Iroi. locker Plant BETTER NUMBING FOR BEHER HOMES start at\ C and D Plumbing Co. . Fr«t Estimates Ml W Mount** «»»· '··· tAKEA AT THESE VALUES 3 Ibs. Crisco 87c 10 Ibs. Cane Sugar 87c CANNED GOODS Sweet Potatoes' No. 2!/ 2 can Hargis Turnip Greens Sardines, tall can -- 14* Duz or Oxydol .28* Marvel Made Dressing* Qt 39* Yellow Bonnet Coffee 75 Krifl Dinner, 2 pkgs. · - 25* Pinfo Beans- 2 Ibs.... 25 Juice Oranges, d o z . . . . . . 23c Tube Tomatoes 20C Sweet Potatoes, 2 Ibs 25c Turnips, Bunch 101 Grapes, Ib. . 15c Swandown Cake Flour 39* Pillsbury Hot Roll Mix.. 29 Krispr Crackers, Ib.... Pork Liver, Ib 25* Sliced Bacon, Ib 39* Pork Ribs, Ib 39* Pure Pork Sausage, lb..39 Colored Oleo, Ib 19 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES FARMER'S MARKET 120W.Ctnter Phont652 Fab - Vel Washing Powder Pkg. 25c PINTO or WHITE Beans 5 Ibs. 49c American Beauty Macaroni or Spaghetti Ib. 19c Stokeley Co. Gent. Tomatoes Tube 19c / -- - · - / - - - - - - Cauliflower, Ib. lOc 2 for 35c Sweet Sixteen Margarine Ib. 19c FOLGER COFFEE Ib. 85c Fresh Green Jackets Largt Firm Heads Bacon Squares Ib. 21c Ends Pieces Excellent for Seasoning Streak o' Lean Sliced Bacon, 5 Ibbox95c Salt Meat Lettuce, each. 15c Tangerines, doz. 19c Zipper Peelin's Gray Shopping Cinter PORK STEAK Froi// Cant' Vcd Prk Lean and Tender. Swift's Brookfield Sausage \ Lb 0 0 - RollOOC . Ib. 19c ib. 43c PE OF THE WEEK Apple Crumb Pudding 2 1.1)1* Mix c BE , milk, water, npplesnucr, .nlc and VBnilla in bowl. Combine (jraham cMctcr crumbs, sugar «nd biiitrr. rold ! ,i cup c r u m b mixture into tne applrsaucc mixture. Pour into a Rrc.-ucd quart baling dish. Top with of crumb mixture. Bute in a moderately jlow oven (330) 30 min ur unlit nrm. Cool. Mafcei 4 jorvings. IN PRIZES GIGANTIC CAKE-BAKING CONTEST and CAKE AUCTION $150 IN PRIZES HERE'S AN EASY WAY TO HELP THE MARCH OF DIMES PRIZES FOR THE W I N N E R S - FUN FOR ALL Win One of the Ten Prizes to Ee Given jar Ihe Best Cake 1. Bake your favorite cake and enter it in the contest at our store by 6 P. M., Jan. 31st. 2. You agree to donate your cake to the March of Dimes. 3. After the cakes are jucjged Friday, Feb. 1st there will be a big auction of all the cakes starting at 7 P. M. at our store with ALL the proceeds from every cake going to the March of Dimes. Be sure and bake a cake - Then attend the auction - Your cake, whether a prize winner or not, will help the March of Dimes! Look Over \'onr February Issue -of Good Housekeeping for a Tip to a Good Cake Recipe -Watch for further Announcements in the Northwest .Arkansas Times and Over Station KGRH Hershey Dainties Pkg. 29c Fresh Country Eggs, doz. 35c NyMMvlRt'i M«M DMInctlv* QIMM tor 0««llty, ClnnlirMM, C«urHi» «M Valu* Swonsdown Cake Flour *· 39c

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