Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 31, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 31, 1952
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··'ini'-if. Springdale « i . » n d Hie r « e r r » . - mtnts were WITM! *t llir refold-in. , " .Mrs. William Iliml, 40.1 Johnv.n , piUI Wednesday illrrn.oon. She w i l l uudiMfu at' appendectomy. Dr. and Mrs. David Harner returned Wednesday afternoon from j Little Rork, where they had been ! .ttfnriini: * n t f f t t n g of the op- l^niftrijls txteneion t r a 1 n i n I croup, j Mr. an'l Mi*. L. W. Sparry have r ' t u r m t l from Si, -J/iiilh, Mo., wherr Mi 1 . Searey rn-riveti treatment .'it Barnes Ht5pilal. Cpl. David C. While, son of Mr.! 1952 Model Ford Con Introduced On* Coat Really Cev.eri! Thii new wondfr-worldug, ei»aat,-oll-b'sc Vt'.ll. hide cm he applied on my iurfi« ivith liwniihinr weed and ease. 1; givci i high, uniform, rich thecn that c«n be wiihed rcpeitcdly without marring or ttroklnr. :omei In Flit, Semi-Clou, ,nd Glon fmiihes. . We Give SH Green Stamps J O H N S O N ' S WALLPAPERS -- MIRRORS -- GLASS 25 N. Block Phone 106 Tnrcc ncv lint-, CM r m , , i,iiutniiti.;fc.s i.rc imiuun.c., tuna;. 1 , f e a t u r i n g Coarhcraft bodies and more powerful iMigjncs They RII on .display al Ihc AWiier-Bryan Motor Company lomorrow, There are ciiiht models in the M a i n l i n e scries, seven in Ihc Customhne scries ami three in the Crestline scries. The new cars h a v r nirvcd i,nc-nlore ivilidsliielcls and rear windows. The company is introducing a new 10l-hoi.',ci'0\vcr Turd Mileage .Maker six, and the eight has been stepped up to 110-horscpower. j Above is pictured Hie l»iir-:inur L'nstoiiiline series. and Mrs. Ernest While, who live north of S|irln«dulp. is irt-ovorins In a M a n h a l l a n lie is assigned to Operations Snowfall in Manchester, N. II. Mr. and Mrs. rtcme Clarkson | led Monday mornliiK for Dc.s Mdincs. Iowa. In be prt'srnt ill the g r a d u a t i o n piano recital their .-.on, Morris Clarli(.on. prrsrnlcd. l l n is a ['itiulld.itc l»r a inaslcr's drRrcc In music al Drake University. A "wonianlcsr, wcddlnn" w i l l be prcFPiilcd at the /.ion School Friday nlRhl al II ri'ddd',. The nionry w i l l hi; used to rr-inmlcl "no of the rnnnii, into a motlern hilchen, s" Ihat hot InnchPs will h' 1 a v a i U i b l n tor children. Kvpryonc Is Inviled. The regular' monthly teachers m e r t l n c was hPl'l WcthiPS'lay n i g h l i" ""· d i n i i i K room of the First Haplii.t Chin-'-!!. Plans were made for the Sundny School next mnntll. Pra.vpr mt-etint; fnllnwed the niPCthiR "f the teachers. Farmington Jhe permanent so liin cream compared to tdvrrtlm 4n tne TIMES--llnajt you love iest o Mrs. Kehn, Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Porter, .lohn Morris, Jr,, and Edith Husher. The Farmington Lions C l u b met Sunday School attendance was In a reeular session last week with j ?° f ^" «' 'he "TM"TM$ £ * . · ,, ,, , I tendance at 11 a. m. was 60 per guesl speaker, .the Rev. E. J.| CC1U of lhc membership and at Reaves, onferenee e v a n g e l i s t j ^ : yQ p. m . : 30 per cent, who helped In the visitation campaign. lie told of his experience wllh the Navaho Indians In New Mexico. '"he United Evangelistic Mission wa" successful with 20 addi- lions to the church, four on profession of f a i t h and five by transfer. There were seven visiting Icams. Troy Toney and W. 1,. Scott, Fred Kehn and .lohn Morris, Sr.. L. Lewis and n. Broyles, Mrs. Toney and Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Rusher and West Fork New officers of Hie Order ol the Eastern Slar were Installed Tuesday night at a chapter meet- ins, Mrs. Lula Stockburcer was instilled as worthy matron, while Charles fioljinson took office Worthy patron. Other officers are Mrs. Beulah Bayless, associate matron; Ernest Stockburjer, associate p a t r o n ; Mrs. Myrtle Leo, secretary; Miss Bernice Karncs, treasurer; Mrs. Emma Keith, conductress; Mrs. Rebecca Williams, organist; Mrs. Edna Stockburjcr, Adah; Mrs. Lela Carlcr. R u t h ; Mrs. Jewclle Caudle, Esther; Mrs. Christine Houston, M a r I ha: Mrs. Pearl Robinton, Elecla; and Mrs. Hulli Willing, warder. Advertise In Hie TIMES-- It_p»q Czech Official Arreitei Vienna -OP}- Rudolf Margolftis, acting chief of Cxechoslovakia's foreign trade minisiry, was ar- i-pslccl Ihree weeks ago on ehnrseis of treason', a, Vienna newspaper reported today. YOU CANT FOOL A BAKED POTATO! EVf RY FOOD HAS A RIGHT TO MEADOIAKE FLAVOR MAKES IT AND DELIVERS IT CREAMIEST IN THE WORLD! CHUTIS UNRIVUtD SOFT NHUMLNESS THAT US1S .WOVES S»FtlY, GENTLY, IN LITHE AS 10 HIHUUS . APPLIES IUIH. CLINGS TO HAIR WHILE PROCESSING IT'S SALON-FAMOUS with t/icunlculcd nil creme bass lUtr MOTHUII Nultl.TonU ll |tond let Hull ghll, Ion. Wov.i ginlly y»l lo quietly Ihty don't lltl nut. If y o u havs platlic c u r l - «rl. buy lit* K t H l L , . , O t l U X I stl vlih!,,,«i W H I I I V H T*I1ITIII1»«I lOli, tt'ilh mlentcd OIL Creme bast Till (he bottle. Compare. You'll see Nutri-Tonic's lavish richness in- slanlly ... t h e richness llial gives loueltttcss t i c u e r be/ore possible. Almost ! 3' is iinlniilcrfoil creme base. Waves safely in little as 10 minutes. Applies easier. Clings to h a i r while processing. Has much more pleasant odor. Hair rarely needs setting between shampoos. Nutri-Tonic's richness makes the ric/icji, lotelicnf o/ oil p e r i n n t i c n t j's iwlf'ilftl. Mllllnni of ptimon TonFr lioJt.mofl lio lalant, piltod to ^2 nli t. ! btin i n j l/it Hulil- iirm in b t o u f y Our 8th Birthday Anniversary on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 The generous patronageof the people of Northwest Arkansas has enabled us to be so successful in our business. We arc happy to invite these many friends t o - o u r BIG'BIRTHDAY PARTY on Saturday, Feb. 2. We will serve cake and coffee from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 2. Plan to be with us. With the rapid expansion of our business we have ceased to be merely a plumbing service, and now f u r n i s h all the materials for complete installation. We now have attractive displays of many standard supplies, and the customer can easily select whatever is required. Johnson Plumbing Heating Co. C*nwr Sclwol It Spring Fayttttrillt, Ark. Phon* 1060 Keep a Sharp Lookout for these New Sailing Blues by 4 Tomboy' A. THERE'S A NAUTICAL LOOK TO SUMMER-And you will want to take a -. second look at this button fronter in Sailing Blue, tough but not rough denim in faded blue, done hece with a smart touch of white braid and a big embroidered eagle emblem. Matching Tie Belt. Sizes 10 to 22, $9.95 B. JUST AS PRETTY AS IT'S PRACTICAL All the girls who'll love this button front sailor dress could not possibly spend all their days at the beach or aboard the boats. Many must have discovered that this frock is also gay and young to wear at home, or in the country. You, too, will love the rows of white braid and double anchors on the pocket, plus o white tie belt. Faded Blue, Sizes 10 to 18, $10.95 c. MADE FOR SUMMER Very flattering, as well as very practical, this trim neat version of a sailor dress, so smartly tailored in tough but not rough Sailing Blues in all colo'rs. Notice the man size hip pocket and the right accent of white braid trimming. Sizes 10 to 22, $8.95 LAY-A-WAY SEVERAL OF THESE' "SAILORS" NOW - PAY A LITTLE DOWN AND THEN REGULAR TIME PAYMENTS - BE READY EOR SPRING WITH A NEW WARDROBE. Rtady-fo-Weor, Main Floor

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