Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 7, 1952 · Page 9
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February 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Retail Butter Prices Show Gain As Demand Picks Up Retail butter prices" were higher in most stores this week. were a few cents cheaper and there were only scattered changes In meats and poultry. Rains in some important winter vegetable (trowing areas of. · the South, particularly Florida, slowed ere raid the butter market was swintrs In the demand level be- "OtTHWtiT A«KANSAS TIMIi, .y«*«yrn., both the ' rate book "The Newell Post." The author Is * member of P.E.O. Mr.-.' Jack Danfbrlh, chapter prpsidcn' presided over the short business meeting. A .dessert course wa: served to the 17 mdmbprs present. The next mooting will be held Chesney February 10. Mrs Pros- ThufHay, f«bru«ry 7, IMJ Eggs were oft as much as si: cents a dozen in some places early shipments of-several tender vege- this -vcck. brincim! prices to the tables and prices climbed slightly | lowest scneral levels since mid- In distant markets. Food shoppers! 1850. Hut by mid-week whole- were likely In find snap beans, ] sale quotations had bc'Rim In rally celery, cucumbers and peppers up j Retail prices were expected to the most compared with last week-: average only 2 or 3 cents below · n °- - ! lust weekend's levels by tomorrow .Butter rose one to five cunts a! and Saturday. :a '-.c/niiiid. ijoal- K«BS, incidentally, are featured by the Agriculture Department as one of the three most plcntifu fonds for thrifty buying this week The Agriculture Dcpartmem also asks consumers to give special attention., to lettuce during the next few \vceks because ol current liberal supplies. Prices of citrus fruits from Florida were reported 25 lo 40 per cent lower than a year ago by the big New York f r u i t Auction Corp. UNION BUS DEPOT N; Colltg. Phoni CS Springdale Frank Sharp, who has been a patient at the County Hospital for treatment for virus pneumonia. was returned to his home on Maple Drive "Wednesday afternoon. . Billy Paul May, manager of the shipping department'of the Welch Mrs. William Hunt of Johnson Street was returned to her homo Tuesday afternoon f r o m t h e County Hospital, where she had undergone an operation la s t Thursday. The Ministerial Alliance of Springdale has voted to purchase new Bibles to be used in. the | Sprinfiriale High School. The gift is being made to the FTA organization of the -high school. The "Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met Tuesday a/ternoon 'at 2:15 for a short btrsuiess meeting and program. The thrmc of the program was, "Let us therefore follow a f t e r the t h i n g s that make for peace." The day was set aside for the observance of "Human TCights Day." A shod skit was put on and a film ^entitled "To Serve All Mankind" was presented. The Wcslcyan W.S.C.S. were special guests. W. L. Wilson of Habbcrlon comm u n i t y was taken to the County Hospital Tuesday. He will receive medical treatment. He was laken by a Callison-Sisco ambulance. The Women's Christian Fellow- i _ _ ship of the First Christian Church | _--..-- -" ' ; ty'4 j Their I ready grand weekly mcclins. ' I with his parents Sunday. . »nd Mrs. Ktigpne nioyerl | · ._, _.. the weekend in Fiiycr.cvillc J°* Grubtvki of the Indianlp: "j . IB Mrs. Bloycd's parents, j »s Olympians in the NBA waj('l"lt(* son, Billy Dean, had ,il-|' u a l 1 l«y with the Chicago SW 4 spent scvcial rliiys with h i s ' w n c n * nc league wu formed £ :.parents and returned hmnc years a£o. . . rC V' A STUDY IN ACCEPTANCE OF THE I N E V I T A B L E -- Oflicials at the new Alice N Uirney School in Kivera, Calif., ngurcd they might as well get it over w i t h all at once, so they incd up the school's 300 scholars and let each make his h a n d p r i n t s and initials in the wet cement f a nrw _«idewallc. The soul-satisfying event, seen here in f u l l swing, marked students' dedication t ley. There were 10 members prc.s- cnt. T. E. Perkins of (he A l v i n H»- lel was taken In the County Hosp i t a l Tuesday afternoon in a Cal- ison-Sisro ambulance. The Rev. W i l l i a m II. Ludwii:. wstr.r of the Salem Lutheran .".'hurch, is Ihi! speaker this week ·vnr i-arlin station KBI1S mi the Mini:.lm::l Alliance nt. \ft 'i'ni! II. U. IA i. . . iier 'if Huviil A--hii::iciui. nf Hip First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock tor the rcu- GENUINE BOCK b». ..!,:..-; I ». Ui.4.«W.--l mct Tuesday o'clock at the afternoon at 2 ·hurch instead o[ at the home of Mrs. S. E. Williams. · But for Group Tripi Grape 'Juice Company, returned to work "Wednesday morning after an illness. Chanter G. P." 7 O -- ft T,.,,...'.,.. night at 7 o'clock at the home.of parts on the program were Mrs. Mrs. Paul bi-o;,...., .. 1. J. Kerrick, Mrs. Jake Cook, »'d Gardner.serving as i-o- 1 nvi-sy. | Airs. G. E. Umbaugh, Mrs. .Ino. Mrs. Dan Ingrum reviewed the ' P. Stafford, and Mrs. Claud Kel- who is ill. No business meeting . was held but the program was in ' charge of Mrs. O. O. Green, the i study chairman. Those having Maryland Club Coffee guarantees to taste better, at less cost per cup, than ..or to give you one dollar!* of Maryland Club labora.ori«, MARYUNDCLUB (astes tetter si less tost per cup!" r Here's why we know you'll prefer Maryland Club Coffee! Maryland Club Widely Advertised BramiJ_ 60.5 39.5 63.8 36.2 / ?^ ,-l. Maryland Club Widtly Advertiicdjtrorid L 54.5 45.5 62.1 37.9 Marylond Club Widely Advertise) Binnd D__ "Morylond~Club Widely Advertiie° Brand t ·All co»ei 52.4 47,6 63.8 36.2 60.0 40.0 52.6 47.4 ) WEST b, m.n and .om.r, ,u,l lit. . ,»orn 10 ond nolarutdl N COFFEE i 7 f Don't Take jmillltw word for ft.. 1 Taste-Test Maryland Club Yourself! 'Discover for yourself why Maryland Club is the choice of celebrated hostesses and distinguished hotels, clubs and restaurants throughout the Southwest. Taste-test Maryland Club in your own home against any other coffee on the market. Then, if you don't agree.that Maryland Club tastes better, at less cost per cup--just return to us, by March 1, 1952, the can-strip with your own twenty-five word statement telling us why you don't agree, and we'll send you a Money Order for one dollar in cash! The coffee you'd drink if you owned all the toffee in the world! Coffe '5-oi. Con Cocktail Prune Ptaws Tamales Crackers S\\ccd Bacon jet Tissue . Admiration Coffeejb. Maryland Club Coffeejb. Walker's Autex Spaghetti and Meat Balls 25c n *m '$: «»«;; ^( m We Will Serve Chili, Tamales, and Ritx Saturday Wrigley's GUM Spearmint -- Doublemint -Juicy Fruit pkgs. 65c Family Size M M'$ Candy 2 pkgs. 39 Th« Chocolate Treat Thal'i N»ol 16 ta[ ^·V f It's National Krauf Frankfurter Week Swift's Premium Franks. 59c 1 Ib. Cello Del Monte Kraut 2 25c No. 300 Com We Give SH Green Stamps i

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