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March 4, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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AGREE ON 50-DIVISION ARMY 0. S. SEC«PA«Y OF STATE D«an Acheson makes an announcement Into microphone, at th. NATO meeting In Lisbon. N«r him (TM m ,e£ ° A r r?t hoa nv Kd A%n!f,ST' Fra " M ' ! R ° bc!rt Schuman ""» B »S Anthony Men. A 50-division army with 4,000 operational aircraft WM » e r«d upon f o r 1952. HWenMito^rt a " Personals Mrs. Leland S. Tcrhune, who is a patient in the City Hospital, is We've Makin's for Baby's Formula If your Baby needs a special formula you can depend on us to have all the ingredients needed-from goat's milk to lac- tie acid. In short, no matter your drug need, for anyone in your family you can depend on usl Golltei. Retail 100 W. Dickwr.. Phone 3000 reported improving. Mrs. Retha Rothrum of Fort Smith, is the guest of Mrs. Ella B. Hurst this week. ; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Peck have returned to their home in Little Rock, after spending last night here. end guests Mrs. Keek's t.-othcr-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lively of Oklahoma City, Okla., who are returning home from St. Petersburg, Fla., where they have spent the winter. ' Loren R.. Heiple and J. H. Bissctt, .professors of civil engineering at the. University, and L. M. McGoodwin, Fayetteville consulting engineer, will attend the mid-year meeting of the American Society of Civil Engineers in New Orleans March 5-7. David Dui;st, chairman of th University department-of art, wi speak at the annual career con fercnce at the University i Oklahoma T h u r s d a y mornin That afternoon and the followin day h§ will consult with student concerning their art careers. Th conference is held under spon sorship of the Office of Studcn Affairs, Forty Years Of Progress Miss 'Lura Jewett has moved from her home at SOB North Washington Avenue to 415 H Mock Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Head and daughter, Margaret, have returned from Pollard, Ark., where they were called by the illness of Mrs. Head's father, G. R. Watson. Mrs. Henry Mccner. is expected to return this evening'from Wichita, Kan., where she attended the funeral of' her grandfather, Gifford Booth. Mr. and Mrs. Z. E. Keck and Tamora Keck had as their week- Free Book On Arthritis And Rheumatism HOW TO AVOID CRIPPLING DEFORMITIES An amazing newly enlarged 44- p.gc book entitled ''Rheumatism" will be sent, free to anyone who wil: write for it. It rcveais why drugs and medl- 1 ·jines give only temporary relief a.^d fail to remove the MUSPS of the trouble; exi.ilt.ins a proven spcrialized non-surgical, non-medical treatment which has proven successful for the past.33 incur no obligation in years. You sending for this instructive book. It may be the means of saving you years of untold misery. Write ' " to The Ball Clinic, Kept. Seaman Bob Renner, son of Mr and Mrs. Maurice Renner, of 42 North College, was expected arrive this afternoon or early to morrow morning on leave follow ing completion of recruit training at Great' Lakes Naval Trainini Station.. He "joined his wife, whf has been making her home in Tul sa, Okla., last night, at Tulsa. Dr. Edwin R. Walker, de.an o he College, of 'Arts and Sciences at Florida State University, ar ·ivcd yesterday and will leave to morrow after visiting at the University in connection with the teacher training proposal, as consultant on the basic four-year program in arts and sciences. He is speaking today on general education at 4 p.m., at a meeting of the College of Arts and Sciences faculty. Announcements · Practical Nurses The Fayetteville practical nurses will meet Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock, in the Nurses' Home at the City Hospital./ . Chi Omega Mothers Club The Chi Qmega Mothers Club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. C. B. Wiggins, 205 Ozar!. Mrs. Powell Khea and Mrs. Ella B. Hurst will be assistant hostesses. Dtmtitr G«d«i Club The Demeter Garden Club will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. O. Ware at her home. 302 fla Street.' Central'Methoaiat Church Supper The adult division of Central Methodist Church will have a potluck supper at the church tomorrow evening at 0:30 o'clock. All members of the adult classes and adult workers in the church school are invited. Dei Gee Club The Dee Gee Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, with Barbara Marlin. · .- · Mildred LM Chapter. U.D.C. The Mildred Lee Chapter of U.D.C. will.meet with Mrs. W. B. Revealing aviation's stride In four decades arc these two planes an Air Force F-86 Sabr'c jet' and a 1912 model pusher plane. Th Sabre holds the official speed record of 670 miles an hour and i lowered by turbo jet engines with a horsepower rating of 9,000 a compared to 80 horsepower and a cruising speed of 60 miles an hou 'or the biplane built and flown by Billy Parker. JEEP: CLASS OF '52--The lamed jeep of World War II has hid its face lifted--to make room for a 20 per cent more powerful engine--and has undergone other improvements that should endear it to the "new Army." More padding (a-a-ah!) has been built into its upholstery, and side-curtains seal the new Jeep up tight.' The twin "schnorkel" tubes, for air Intake and exhaust, tofether with ·waterproofed engine and electrical system, enable some model! to run completely submerged in salt or fresh water. 'husrday at 2:30 p.m. Miss Cath- rinn Oliver, program leader, will ell of the Constitution of the Con* ederacy. 'hapter 3, P.E.O. Sisterhood Chapter S, P.E.O. · Sisterhood i vill meet Thursday at 1:30 p. m Compare Packard For Value! SO -JMO:* Buys This New 1952 mU 10 Packard Delivered In Fayetteville W Model i l l u i t r a t e d is'a full'iize, 6*pis9en|f.er, 4-door itdan. Optional equipment, Kceimrici, line ind local' t»es, if any, additional. Price) '·ay vary ilijhlly in id joining ··mmunitiei due to ihippin4 ·llrKei. All pricei tubject to dunft without notice. E JK AGAIN at that amazingly. low price tag! Did you ever dream that you could buy a car of Packard's famous quality for so little money? What's morc.ovcr the.ycars Packard is one of the most economical cars you can own-became "Built like · Packard" means huilt to last! And Packard value means fine-car per- formance and comfort at medium- car cost and economy! So--whatever you plan to spend for a car-look at one more. Enjoy one hour driving the magnificent new Packard. That hour may be the most profitable of your life. You will discover thai, by any comparison, Packard costs less for what you get than any other carl A S K T H E M A N W H O O W N S O N E LYLE BRYAN MOTOR CO 208 N, Block, Fiyetleville, Ark. in the home of Mrs. Emll Sonneman. Co-hostess will be Mrs, Oliver Phillips. There will be election and installation of officers at this meeting. Chicago Reaches 115th Birthday As A City "i Chicago - (/T) - Chicago observed its 115th year as a city today-without fanfare. On March 4, 1837, the dale it was Incorporated. Chicago had a population of 4,170, and 10.8 square miles of territory. Now the city covers 212 square miles and is the nation's second largest city with a population of about 3,700,000. To Discutt Strike Vote El Dorado-W)-OfficiaIs of Lion Oil Company and the CIO Oil Workers International Union will meet March 6 for a discussion of a strike vote taken by the union last month. Some rabbits have a disease mich results in horn growth on their bodies which, if they are properly placed, may appear to be horns. Concert Association Meets For Dinner At Uark Bowl A dinner meeting of the Community Concert Association was held last nijht at 6:30 o'clock in the Uark Bowl. Fifty people attended. Harry E. Shultz, president, presided at the meeting and the invocation was srlven by the Rev. Marius J. Llndlotf. Dan Poolc, representative of the Association who is here for the week's drive, was introduced, as was Prof. Hoy .Simpson, drive chairman, who explained the procedure of selling memberships. Mrs. Simpson is cochairman of the drive. Also Introduced at this time were MVs. Jerome McRoy, head- quarters chnlriniin' stationed at GuisltiRCr's Music .House, Mrs. Jay Kulbrijjht, and four new officers, Clint Waldcn, second vice president, Paul Barrett, third vice president, ;md Mr. mid Mrs. Fred Stevcnsoii, new board members. Obituary 'Death Claims Howard Chandler Christy New York-l/ll-Howiircl Chand- ler Christy, 73, magazine illustrj- tor and portrait painter, diGcVyes- Icrday of a heart ailment after, a two-month Illness. He had spent much of a lifetime portraying the?.. American eirl. Hi? canvas beau; " tic* wero famous 'as illustrations for magazines! and books. Wflshiiiatim-MI-The Avriculture,. Department announced today all"'- Tcxns L-ounUc.1 have been designated t 'is disaster areas under its emergency farm loan program. Alice's Beaufy Shop NOW OP TOWN 7'/i E. MT. ST. Farm. Laleit Slylal Reasonable' Pflcei Phone 620 or 2331 Ivtnlngs Make Your Yard the Most Beautiful for Miles Around! Early Blooming TULIP TREE SptcUl-br-Mail! £4 Nothlnit you could ^V · plnnt will five you I. 40, AI much Mtlifiic- · tlon m one of / n * _ _ «*\ theto lull, unbe- \J "Or +) Hcvably lovely Tulip Treei. And It will Increnie the value of your property hundred! 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Its Ihe sensational new scientifically coated lining that keepi you as cool in summer as it does warm in winter. Four attractive full-length flared styles in choice of nude/ blue, pink, gold. Sizes 10 to 18. . - COATS-MAIN FLOOR REAR First Time In 10 Years! Nationally I Known Corette Slips 'at the unheard of low price $198 Cortell* offeri (lies* beautiful multl filament rayon ilips at the sensationally low price of [uil $1.98-Touches typical of ·xpensive, one--of a kind custom mad* lingerie. Theit beautiful slips In white ar pink- trimmed with nylon n«t, Sites 32-41 LINGMIE-MAIN FIDO* FRONT

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