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February 14, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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4 NMTHWtST MEANS** TIMU, TtivrW«y, Nbruwy 14, 1»$J WEEKEND SPECIAL · 1 Pinwpplc (ike · 1 toil French Brcid · vi Doz. Doughnuts ° Reg. $1.14 " OQ 0 ^BF f .. ALL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PdHics Picks Up In Benlon County Bcntonvll]c-(Special)-Action In the Benlon County political arena began to take on life when two more prospective candidates filid for county offices yesterday. County Collector George W, Hdrcd filed - for the office of county judge and Deputy Assessor Rollans "Rollle 1 B. Maxwell filed for the office of county aseecior to succeed R. 0. "Bob" Cook who will not seek reelection. Eldred. 37, has served as' county tuilector for the past six years. He w»6 deputy collector f6r four years before he entered the armed forces where b* served in the I n f a n t r y In -the European theater. He is married and has four children. . Eldred'B announcement his brought out the first race oh th* Bentori County political scene. All other candidates - are ' unop- po«ed t o date. . . . Maxwell, 55,.ls'now iervlntj-as deputy assessor. He is a veteran of World War I and a charter member of .the lUddlc-Hutcheson American Legion post here, A unlive of Benton Cognly, Maxwell has served In the capacity of deputy collector and deputy assessor continuously since 1020 except -for l period during World Wa,r n when He was employed in defense work. Mennonltc farmers from Kuropc and Canada have followed a mass migration patK since the war, going to the swampy wilderness of the. Paraguayan Chaco. Only about t.lftf) meteorites so far have been found on the earth. Some People Wash Anywhere! use the WASN-A-MATIC SM HM AIMX WASH-A-MATK b«m«Mtr«t«d Ah JOHNSON PLUMBING AHFATlNrfO. COKNIR SCHOOL AND SPRING PHONE 1O40 Springdale Mrs. Waller Croft anjl sons of Spiillid.ilu were gucf.lt of the Charlie Bequelte f a m i l y of the Sprint Cretk community Saturday, Mr. and Mrs.' Ernest Walden and son, Gaylen, of Watson Avenue were RUeits In the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Glen Townzcn of Roters Sunday; Mrs. Walden'f. mother, Mrs. A, G. Vanscoy, and her brother »nd his wife wcru also guesls In the Townzen home. Mr. and Mre. Foster Hanmiford of Mundelein, 111,, announce the birth' of a dguzhier January 30. Mrs, Hannafora Is the former Mary Eva,Gay of SprinjdaJe and is Uie ilsttr of Edward.Gay. The Jcwtl Abernathy Circle of lh» Women's · Missionary Society o f - t h e First Baptist .Church jnet Tuesday afternoon In the home, of Mrs! W. ' G 1 . Ha'den on Maple Drive. Mrs. Thurmond Moody taught the book, ''Crusade in Home "Missions/* Refreshments were served to eight . rncmbers and one new member, Mrs. Joe Bycrs. . ° Mrs. Wallace Norman of Route 3, Bpringdalc, was returned from a Prairie Grove hospital Monday In a Calllson-Sisco ambulance. noon at the.horn* of Mrs. A. E. "John 11 Allen al her hobic on Allen Avenue, Refreshments were i sclTcd al lh clMC ol ll « The Rotary Club hiet Monday afternoon in the basement of the First Methodist Church. A film, "God of the Atom," was shown by the R*v. John Moreland, Jr., i educational and music director of the First Baptist Church. Severnl ! out-qf-lown visitors were present. j The fiev. Stanley Jordan, pastor of the First Baptist Church, i brought the devotional thoughts. France Johnton of Highway 63 E a s t ' w a s taken to the County Hospital Tuesday night in a Cal- lison-Sificn ambulance. ' , The. Ann Jtidson Circle of the Firsl Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon at the church for a mission program. The. tillc of the program -Was "God Is Love." Those having parts on the program were:'Mrs. Ella Fletcher, Mrs. Nnnnle Price,. Mrs. Watts and Mrs. Harry Croft. Mr. ?nd Mrs. Bob Cooper and itithleV, Connie, of Highway'71 North were guests over the week- old of Mrs, Cooper's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Overslr^et of Fort Smith. Sunday dinner ,guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ervln Phillips of the Burkshed community w?re Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Joyner of Springdale. The- Lutheran Womehs Missionary League met Tuesday night In the dining, room of the church. Miss Edna Hlckcn was program leader. Refreshments were nerved by Mrs. Msurice Boyer and Mrs. Walter Blru 1 . Mrs. Russell Seay was hostess Tuesday night to the Presbyterian Wompn's Evening Missionary Circle al her horn? on Pleasant Street. After the program refreshments wer« served. The Dorcas W e l f a r e Society o( the AdvenllM. Church held an all- rtay federation meeting Tuesday. A covered-dish luncheon was | served at noon. Eld..Henry Bron I from the general conference wah I the principal speaker. Other I speakers were Kldcr Harwell from Iht Union conference and Elder Westtrmyv from the local conference. The local Association ot Presbyterian Women met Tuesday a f l Special famous all-purpose crystal NOW SALE PRICED! A Regular-lint) Coostroy ... The Ideal oshtroy, bon-bon dish or nut dith. Ptrftct (or iced drinks, codloils, lc. Was $2.$0 NOW $1.20 ft All-purposfl Coaslroy . . . Mo!ds any size glass now made. Idtal for bottles, decanters, elc. Was $4.00 ' NOW $J.OO C Enlra largi Codslray .. . Makes a handsome, mcn-iiztd ashtray and a roomy candy dish. Holds any lilt boril* or dtcanter. Was $6.00 NOW $S.OO D Sterling cigarette.urn ... A btou- tifully styled and useful smoker's ac* cessory for every home. Was $5.00 NOW $1.00 E Sterling Cigarette lighter . . . The perfect moto to the Cigarette urn. Handsomely finished and gracefully ityled. Lights every time. Wai $4,00 NOW $100 Mm InduCi JOS r t ««(o! Tn 2«16 Phi and Xi Beta Sigma Phi chapters met together in a joint meet I UK Tuesday night at the horne of Mrs. Joe Steel on West Emma Avenue. Mrs. Verhon Malhis was co-hostess.' Mrs. MaUils, president of the Phi chapter, presided over the nice-tins. Plans were made for the state convention to ''be · held in Little Rock In May. The hodesMi refreshments to the 25 members present. Th* Valentine motif was carried out. in decorations and in Ihe' refreshments. , Creighron's Drive-In Bought By L. F. Bromley Louis F. Bromley, formerly of Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Colo., has purchnsed Crelgtilon'E Drive-In on Highway 71 Worlh from Milan S. Creighton,_whe has opuralcd the drive-in lot levtral years. Hrnmlcy has operated restaurants in Colorado Springs and Pueblo. He will remodel the drive- in here. Creighton did not announce his plans. . The American glass-blowint industry is centered in a dozen plants, located in the eastern states. YOU CANT FOOL A VITAMIN! 4$gfc SiyiuminAh" *** irilMt??^'" thit better bre»d- fVf JtriODr HAS A MIGHT TO MEAD01AKE ENERGY MAKES IT BETTER: AND DELIVERS IT CREAMIEST - Hf ViOKlLi' Morton Salt %!?' Pkg. IQc Fab, Vel, Super Suds, Surf Washing Powder Pkg. 25c Northern Tissue, 3 rolls.25c Northern Napkins, 2 pkg. 25c Orange Juice E SJ?k d 4^ Pineapple Juice N^can REDIIM ALISWEET COUPONS HIM Vfm J Swifts Prera Can wjlfc 45 with Swans Down CakeFlour Pkg. 35c Swans Down Cake Mix Instant White or Devils Food Pkg. 35c CHOICE MEATS Ground Beef Fr td yLG ean und . Ib. 59c Slab Bacon, Armour Star, Ib. 43c ^ni icnno Swift's Brookfield, |l_ QRr- oausage ceiioRoii · · D. JDC Lamb Chops, U.S. Choice, Ib. 95c Leg 0' Lamb, Ib 89c Fresh Country Eggs Doz. 31c CW0MiMNMt CttfrtNy WP T ··· Gray Shopping Center RECIPE OF THE WEEK Pork Chaps with t Oravy HroWculi ('· ,l*f.(t'lk.) Vt ewe in.tr t\ Mim V, cut ««·; i'i «r r« Mirk Roll chops In mlitun of flour, Mtlt ·nd ntpp«r. Brown on hoth itdu in fat. Push meat to aid* of iklllci; add onion. Sprinkli HIT flour thlt ll left ovir onion. Cook ttowty until onion U llfht brown. Drain off «ny fat Itlt in ikill«t. AdJ MU «ni w«i«r. Covft ind conk onr low'htti 36 minutw, er until chffi an undtr. R«m*v« chftpi to van* plMwr. Stir »llk im* Mup miitur*. H«tt until muiink hot, hut do not boil. «Wr« wttk lU eiopi. rvinai. r« wm rv«w Stqymqn Winesap Apples 5 Ibs. 49c SNO-WHITE Zaul if lower Heads ' Ib. lOc A Real B*rgti* Metal Waste Basakcts ' Floral Designs each 39c i

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