Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1952 · Page 14
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February 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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14- YEARS OLD AND IT'S THEIR FIRST BIRTHDAY ' '' ' fIVt CHICAGO LEAP T(At SAHiS, born Feb. 20, 111*8. extmlne tticlr birthday cake, marking them.ont y»r "6l'd,.'cili:ndar-*i8c, on Kcb. 20, 1952, a dale that cornea (round only once In four yeara. From left: Loull DeLuco, Sandra Shiner, Carol Pcdlgo, twins Kariem and Kenneth Januszyk. I International/ · (7 , 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 Friday and Saturday SPECIALS 39e RAYON BRIEFS , · Eliillc iriil Band Lig Slylti. Colon Pink and Whil«. llm Small, Medium, Largt. 3.91 MULTIFILAMENT CREPE SLIPS L«ct Trim, Aiiorttd Colon. Sliti 32 to 40 3.98 MULTIFILAM'T CREPE GOWNS ..Lac* Trim, Colon Blu and Pink. Blatt 31 lo 44 $1.79 RAYON KNIT SLIPS $1 Tillond ilrl*. Colon Pink and Whlli. Ilin 11to 41. I · $1.69 COTTON PETTICOATS Eytltt Embroldiry Rufllti. SUM Bmtll, Mtdium, Lirgt. ·9c NYLON HOSE SI CUU|t, IS Dinltr. It*« ·»rlnfl Bhtdti, Slut IM la 11, $1.49 MEN'S T SHIRTS Color WhUt, Blt.i Bmdl, Mtdium and Lirgt. $1.98 (ONI GROUP) GIRL'S COTTON DRESSES Slitt T le 14, AMorltd Peittrni · · / ; '--: ". . .'. ' .' $2.98 (ONE GROUP) GIRLS COTTON DRESSES Bliti 7 Jo 14. AitorMd Pitterni. 29c GIRL'S COTTON PANTIES Colon' WhIU, Blu. k Y«llow, tliM I I*' II $1.49 BOY'S GIRL'S BLUE JEANS Wllh Suipend.n, Sim 1 lo IX. 2.59 INFANTS' ROBE AN BOOTEE SET Aiiorltd Colon. 12c CANNON WASHJ CLOTHS Anorttd Colon, Site 11x11". 97? l' »147 22( '133 147 46c PILLOW CASES "LoniWHr" Quillly, Hit 41x11". $2.23 LONGWEAR SHEETS Typt Ul, Bin IU10I". $1.19 LACE NET PANELS Color Ecru, Bin 54x11". '. $1.98 PLASTIC VALANCE DRAPERIES Aiiorltd Pulltrhi. $1.39 CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS Colon Blut knd Grey, Sliei UVi to 17 98c MEN'S SPORT CAPS Aisorled Colon and Sixus. $1.59 BOYS'BLUE JEANS siifs e 10 IE. 98c MEN'S TIES One Croup, 45 Only, Aiiorltd Pilltrni, $1.00 WILLOW CLOTHES BASKETS 10c CLOTHESPINS Spring Typ«. 10e WHITE TEA CUPS H»§«l«r Slit. 8c WHITE SAUCERS 89c QUAL: WARDOLEUM REMNANTS 'Threw Hug »!M, Aiiorltd Pilltrni. 37? '1.97 97* 47? '1-17 77« '1,37 37? 5« M9.95 DIN CHAIRS DMW, PlHlh C*rtrln», Color Irory. VALUES SOFA BEDS , S 1488 '44.88 TRAFFIC VICTIM-immonucl Lutheran · Church n[ Agncw, Mich;, becomes a victim of highway progress as it Is moved to fnnkc way for widening and relocation of hlghwoj U.S.-31. A total of nine buildings must be moved so that the project can be completed. IT'S A PLEASURE-Steve Laccy forms a · self-appomtcd committee in Seattle, Wash., to welcome nil WACs returning {torn duly In Japan, He sets hit personal cbcer-up program un- ·' dcrwoy by saluting Cpl. Lynn McDonald, of Minneapolis; who has completed 22 months of duty In Tokyo. Lac'ty felt that tht WACs were being neglected. . after seeing the welcoming com- ' mittces of pretty girls who meel troop ships from the Orient. Bentonville The Sesian: County Fair Board will r.ltct ofticen for the year tomorrow night. Flint for this ytar'j J«h will *lio be laid. Carl Burger is the present chairman of the board. Mr». F. N. Craver, owner of the 5*1 Nui-te farm east o' here, is n Havana, Cuba, as one of the rdgcs in the International Livestock Exposition now In progress !ier!, Mrj, Craver is nationally inown as a breeder of registered French Alpine goats. Mrs. Lou Ella McGaa arrived in prma.-iy February M where she' went to join her huiband, M/Sgt. Denver McGaa, Mr. dn-' Mrs. Dennis Landcastcr of Bei tonvlllc announce the birth of a daughter born February 22. .1r. and Mrs. Elvia Womack of Ccntonville announce the-birth of a son born February 22. Mr. and . Raymond Woodworth of Pea Ridge announce the birth of a son, Thomas Jqctph, February 21. Mr. »nd Mr«. Cleo Dover of Bentoh- vlJle announce the birth of a d.iuKhter February 25. L. ta:. McGoodwin of Fayetteville, ivho serves as Pentonville city engineer, was In town Tues- d,:y inspecting the water supply and pump Nation. Fred Berry has been selected to serve as Bcnton County chairman of the 1852 Easter Seal campaign which opens here March-13 »nd c intinues through April IS. Thirty-four Home Demonstration Club officers attended the all-day leader training meeting In the Women's building at the-'Fair G-minds Tuesday; Miss Sue-Marshall, extension clothing snccfalist, addressed the group. The women look school girl lunches. The 61sl.Homc Demonstration Club in Bcnton County was br- g inized yesterday in the home of Mrs. K. V. Wilmolh in the Glade community cast of Rogers. Mrs. A. T, Chapman was elected president, Mrs. Wilmoth vice president and Mrs. C. E. Selleci; secretary. Ten residents of the Willow Springs community have filed a petition with County Clerk Mrs. Ruth Wharlon asking County Judxe William EnfieJd to close the county road from the abandoned Willow Springs school to the corner of section four, · township Iff, range 28. In their petition the group declares that the road is no longer used since the school has been consolidated. , The Aga Khan, Moslem leader, is reputedly one of the richest men in tht world. ' ' K*e» ip wiu Ik* llmr* ret* inn TIMES AT BEEBE'S HELP YOURSELF LADIES COSTUME JEWELRY-Gorgeous Pins - Earrings · Necklaces · Bracelets 79 PLUS TAX RINGS--Colored Stone . . . . l/- 0ff Dinntr -- Birth -- Odd Fingtr -- Whol* Stock Included /*± Watch Bands GUAKANTKD Mffl'S UPAKSIOK INCLUDES ALL TAX FREE BEAUTIFUL COMMUNITY SILVER TRAY TO LUCKY LADY BEEBE'S JEWELRY DQN'I FORGET FEB. 29th, FROM 2 to 3 P.M.; "WORLD DAY OF PRAYER" AT THE CENTRAL METHODIST. CHURCH FREE! WALLPAPER from our stock FOR ONE ROOM OF YOUR HOME on IF YOU HAVE OUR NUMBER IN CITY-WIDE ' TREASURE HUNT FRIDAY! Regisler at Chamber of Commerce ^ALSO . . . A gift for every woman who comes pin our store on "Women's Day" PLUS .. .This ^·amazing value: SPECIAL WALLPAPER! EVERY ROtll Reg. 21' to 37* P A T T E R N S R e g . 3 7 c t o 4 7 c P A T T E R N S R f c g . 4 7 t o 5 9 c P A T T E R N S R e g . 5 9 t o 7 4 c P A T T E R N S R c g . 7 4 c t o 8 9 : NOW ONE STILL HEAVYWIIOHT, KIT BASE 9x12 Ft. RUGS CHOICE COLORS AND DESIGNS Regularly $8.95 YOUR CHOICE UNCONDITIONAllY GUARANTEED t"f AC 9 / 9 3 gEACH COOK'S PAINt t EAST SIDE SQUARE--PHONE 526 MARYLAND CLUB COFFEE GUARANTEES TO GIVE YOU MORE CUPS PER POUND THAN ANY OTHER BRAND...... ?...or to give you one dollar! .'W C.j»yrl|hl DUNCAN COITEE CO, Don t be fooled by meaningless coffee advertising Prove conclusively to yourself that only Maryland _ Club can give you superlative coffee flavor plus a bonus of 10-15 more cups per pound. Don't tain AWONESword for it... taste-test Maryland Club Coffee yoursejf! v * Taste-test Maryland Club in your own home against " ' the coffee you are now.using, or against any other brand. If you don t agree that Maryland Club tastes better, .at less cost per cup, just return to/us by April 1, 1952, the can-strip with your'own twenty- five word statement telling why you dpn't agree, and we'll send you a Money Order for one dollar in cash! ,Hit Choke of Distinguished Southwestemers. . Maryland Club is the coffee .preferred by hostesses famed for their graciousneu and good taste. And Maryland Club is- thc choice, of celebrated hotels, clubs and restaurants throughout the' Southwest, not only for its distinctive flavor but because of its economy, too! , No other coffee exactly matches it. There is only dn« Maryland Club. The coffee - ou'd drink if you Downed coffee in the world!

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