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March 3, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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f|d--*IOWHWI$T AXKANS At TUMI, favtMvM*. Ark*-- M.mi. r , March 3, 193J * % 3 Sf: u c . I c ounty Grange Elects r*~ · · :» . Kenneth Jones Of Garfield Named · Pomona Master .The .Benton County Pomona fGr«nge No. ]5 met at Oak Hill Community Building Friday, with ^Overseer Wayne Lawrence of .'Gentry, serving a: .mister pro . ' 'l«m. Craig Ruscboruugh, Benton jCounly jell conservationist, show- ; 'jet «'» new film on 'agricultural ,-. ilevelopmenls. 'Kenno'.h Jones, . jOarfieidi was elentcd to Pomona '[Master · to succeed Fred Chase 'pi Gentry. Jimmy Don "ones, Garfield, was elected Slcv;aVd, with Miss Carol Callagha:), Rogers, Wcctcd Flora. Mrs, Chloa Sumn'cr, rGentry,. stale lecturer' .a,id; stale "Grange.-deputy, installed, the 'hew officers, assisted by, Richard -Law- Vence ( Gentry, ..'MqrEJial. 1 '-, Miss Helen .May,, rcgolfji ^bearer, Rftn- ' aid' Mickclj '--emblern.^ bearer, .and Mrs. Dele N, Dqkjjjjpighist, . : ' Lecturer Mar; the Traveling , Prpgrani,wlirbegln'MSrpK.7, \vrt6n Oak ,HIII.-';.Grang8PtJ6«;-8p9 takes jhe.Bib'lc to BayTeiVrCriihgc No. BIO.Yeast of Oarficld.* Upon con- clusipn · o f . the . tour (if Bcnton- rTVashlrigion County Granges In June, the traveling Bible will be presented to the Berton County Pomona' Grange, a s ' a sift of the entire membership, j The Grange. voted, to. sponsor a pancokc supper; at the M.-»onlc Youth Ccntcr^n Rogers,, the night of March 22. All subordinate home economics chairmen will be In charge of ^ollint "lickeis. This supper Is open to the public. A committee to report 'on the pro; posed Bonlon County Grange marketing project xVas appointed by Master Jones, with . -y MIckcl, Rogers, is .chairman,, and Mrs. Goldle .Griffin, , Sp'ringtown,' end Waller Berry, Lowell, HEAD STUFFY 666 symptomatic RELIEF , _ CHILDREN ·for eatfta and broncliilii due'to coldi YOU un now get Cfeomulsion upeclSlly' attwrtd for Children in · new pink · MM blue packnicnnii he«ur«: j (1) .Your child will like iti f 1 (2) It connlns only ufe, proven p^railoitii. . :' t: ' · . t. (}) It contain! no narcotics lo dii- ll»rb niture's prbctssM. ' a-- ") It will ld nalufe to soothe and ikdl nw, tender; Inflamed iliront «nd *lonchlll mcmbtnnci, thus relieving jbe-C(iu(h «nd prnmotinft rut nnd ; · Jtee. Att for Crcomiihion for CHI- Srtn In the pink ind blue pnckhge. CREOMULSION FOR CHILDRIN i taab, (tnl ((Mi. »nti Building In Jonesboro Goes Up In Flames Businesses Burned Out As Flames Go Out Of Control Jonosboro, Arl»-(/P)-A f i r e , fdrincd by a strong breeze, dam- iged. a 1'tworstory bride , structure lord 'late yesterday. Twelve busl- iioss'firms were quartered In- the Jliildii.g, /· ' The blaze, believed to have started I n , a restaurant, threatened the cnlirc business section of the city Tor two hours. Insurance agents estimated..; the .. loss at between ;$230,000 ;aii(].'SMO.OOO. · . .These' business .firms Vcre ttifcctcd: ' : -., ' Security.Insurance Company, the Commerce Finance Corrpany, the General.; Adjustment r, reau, the law offices of. Jim McDanlel and City A) tK Homer McEwcn, Fcd- "Streetcar Named Desire" Winner Of First Place In Associated Press Poll- Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh Honored PLAN TO IUILD Iw Out Material. . G.I Our PtkM. Try Our tntte*., DfKE LUMBlR CO. ' Ml St. Charlaa 'Land .Bank office, Fisher Pugh'-: Appliance Company, eral and f . . . / crs.iln'd.'Sqn! InsuraHro Cpmparjy.S Halph I'atton cotton offlcei Vocational Rehabilitation Scrvidc of- flce^ Ertdlcotl-Johnson 'shoe samp- lir.g office, and the . Jonesboro Business. College, In Arctic rescue work, the air Force has successfully parachuted dog« In tests lo al(l "stranded" men. Keep IP wltk lfe« lime*--tea* fcf ;TJM«*dmilj. : ' , . . . CHOKED,^ GAS? THANK HKAVKNStMo«UU»cki»reJuit»cld mJl|*i.ttfm. When it ilrlkct,' tiko Brll-ani Ublet*.. They cotiUIn thi fiite*,t*»otini medicine* known, to doctor* Inr th*.Vf|ler o( Mtrtburn. ·«· ttid ilmllxr dJktrru. 2^. EVERYTHING IN PIUMB4NO and FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVMNMINt AVI. WHO FIXES RADIOS? Been Serving You 20 SMITH RADIO SHOP TUE8DAY ·Irtfl . IllO . 8:10 - 7,25 - 1:2! "OPERATION HAYUFT" i.nd "APACHE DRUMS'.' TUESDAY ONLY · On Our Stage · DIRECT FltOM NASHVKU, TENN " IN HRSON rMIUKINd: _^ s~i-r\ GEORGE MORGAN COLUMIIA RECORDING ARTIST AND STAR OF THE 8KA99 QLS WITH HIS CANDY KIDS 3 Pcrfermancn 3:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 Sla|« Slory of Four P*«p* at D«llny'» CrMr*adil Kf«i « C«4M MHn AMh »H KM4ki IK Hollywood - f/Pj - "A Streetcar | Named Desire" and three of its players are winners in an Associated Press nationwide poll of movie' critics^ Reviewers on member newspapers and radio stations selected the Tennessee Williams tragcdy'as tho best film of 1051. They voted Its stars, Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh, top' honors among starring actors and actresses. . ' .Karl Malden t who played Miss Leigh's suitpr In the powerful | drama, v/on tops among supporting actors. Ijcc Grant, the Beared shoplifter hauled into a New York police station in "Detective.; Story," was first in the supporting-actress field. "Streetcar" collected 61) voles, followed by "A Place in the Sun," 61, and "Detective Story," 21%. A few reviewers divided their preferences between two pictures. "A'n American In Paris" had 17, "Quo Vadls" I). ' | "Detective Story" found more favor among critics than It did among members of the Academy of Motion. Picture Arts and Sciences. It was not nominated for an Oscar. Brando's winning total was 07'A votes. Next came Arthur Kennedy "Bright Victory"- 38; Kirk Douglas "Detective Story" 2G14: Frcd- pric'March'"Dealh of a Salesman 22;.Montgomery Clift "A Place In tho Sun" 20. Miss Lcisli, with 1)9 Vz votes, had the biggest total in any category. Following wore Jane Wyman 'TbQ Blue Veil" 47; Sh'ellcy Wln- Lers.';'A. IJlace in the Sun" .46; Judy Hoiliday "Born -Yesterday" 10V4 and Eleanor Parker ."Detective Story" I).' ,, Miss Winters picked up another 42 votes in tho supporting-actress 'Icld 'for. her siune role in "Sun." Miss.Grant's winning tally was 48. i m ' H u n t e r "Strflotcar" had 43; Thelma Hitter "The Mating Season" 27; Mildred Dunnock 'Death of n Salesman" 10. Sixty-four performances were -ncritloncd · among supporting ac- :orSj more than"in any other con- .cit.' ·Maiden's winning 28 '/4 votes were followed by:'Peter Ustinov 'Quo Vadls".23Vi; Leo Gcnn "Quo Vadls" 16; Kevin McCarthy ;! Dcath of a .''Salesman" ' 13; and O»kar Werner- ^'Decision Before Dawn" .The'poll; rcprefieflls a.-cross-sec- llon pi critical opinion. It brought ballots from 241 reviewers on. AP member newspapers and radio stations in 44 states and Alaska. Pope Grciiory XIII In 1582 ordered that October 4 be followed by October 15 in order to adjust the Inaccuracy of the Julian calendar. SPRING CLEARANCE .40 Gallon Table fop Electric Water Heater, Rheem, C1AO ' 10 Year Guarantee. . - . . . ' VlVtla 20 Gallon Rheem Warrior Gas * J J 44 Hot Water Heater, 1 Year Guarantee. 50,000 B.T.U. Rheem Floor Furnace with c o n t r o l s . ' . . ' . . . S81. 75 1--50,000 B.T.U. Rheem Gas Circulator $50. 00 40 Gallon, 10 Year Rheem Gas Water Heater '. . $107" Fayetleville Plumbing Heating Co, 310 N. West Phone 730 Tonight and Tuesday 7:00 - 9:15 Jlis millions brought him misery!...TM amazing story directed by FRANK CAPRA/ coopr \OWIFEEL SOMVFOR HOMM tt'UO HO\THAVEHY CHRYSLER POWER S1WWG! Come /)i'.w:o!Tr fotrfr Strcrinf Tmhy , , . and These Great Chrysler Frnfiirw, tnol 180 V-8 Horwpowpr, even on non-prfimlttm funl. Tim Security of Pow«r llrnkca mnlic Fluid TrAtuntiMJnn . . . Th« Ronch-lloBii Sin. hlllly of Orinnw Hide . . . The prfttrction of Fully Wnlrrpronf Ipiitlon. You'll never know what she means till you try Chrysler's Fvli-Time Power Steering yourself! Even otter nirs with so- enlied -power steering don't offer as much new safely and case as s/it. gels! On erery turn, hydraulic power does 4/5 of her work, her hand does only 1/5! On ercry turn,- she turns her wheel '1/3 lets rii's/nncc'than other cars! At crcry instant, turning or not. her hands have S times her former power to hold and control her car's''front wheels! · ~ She cases into parking places yrfv wouldn't even try. She slips throuRh traffic with the prcoision of a watch. She breezes over bad roads with never a feel of wheel fight, car under control as never before! She nan start in tho morning and drive into th» night with never a hint of shoulder strain . . .with (he same wonderful "wheel feel" nnd safety in every mile! Come try this amazing now steering yourself. We jromt« you. ncrcr felt anything like ill TK- ftHHt Stf*i*o IhtMinrrf on Onvn /mfwHflt, ItHitlnMt, latra. A* 4Vt n Phillips Motor Co., Inc., 620-628 H. College A"., Fayetieville, Ark. SAFEWAY OUR PRICING POLICY Safeway will,meet the lowest advertised price of every competitor, item-by-item, day-by-day, quality and condition of merchandise considered. 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