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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 10, 1952
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-tKMTHWtST AJKANIAS IHMH, M*ndoy, March 10, 1*52 Fayetfeville Native Has Big Evening; Famed Nightclub Dedicates tune To Him # Fayclfovillo Native 2 24 INSIDE .'' (This IE one of a series Ed Vati/ devcntcr Is v/ritln^ about his trip '' . through South America.) ; .By ED VANDKVKNTKR Buenos Aires--1 km do you suppose It feels to stand In n crowded nightclub of global fame, In one '· at the world's great cities, M the · leader of the orchestra. dedicates ; · piece of music lo you? Thnt was " Thy experience at the Cadno de Paris.. My host at pur table WHS'one ' "' o'f Argentina's richest men, a mom- ·,-- her of H great family. His Brand- father was a president and. was 'i GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland trot, locker Mont visited by Teddy Hoosovclt while this gay cnbcllcro was 12 years old. Two uncles also we're highly rated presidents o' Argentina and friends of the U. S. A. He gives you prestige when he has you as a guest. Ik had told the owner of the casino that l:hnd been a Hearst editor 12 years und knew Louella Parsons, This man had met the doctor husband i f Louella in Paris, so this Impressed him. As the leader raised the bow of his violin in the air, my ranch- owning friend from the Pampas whispered: "The leader Is going to dedicate this music to you. When he calls your name you must stand." Imagine my embarrassment when he stepped up, bowed and called my name and signaled for the orchestra lo start plnying in rr.y honor. The room was packed with people from variojs countries as I arose and bowed to the leader. Henry Cotton, great British golf ** TAHITI 9Sc 100 TA1UTS 4ft i/rinaf/fsBestf m AT TM NMUI NIK TK M1MB MY St.Joseph ASPIRIN W O R L D S L A R G f S T S F L L E R A T 10 champion."and party were seated at an adjoining table. A llun.iariun girl who slum her name "Uliane Tlonu Parocxi," was at our table. She docs a very sensuous Egyptian dance In the floor show. My host did me the Itroat honor of suggesting that I have Ihe first dance with her on a revolving circular floor. The orchestra played a United Slates tune as a favor. Believe me, it was some thrill lo dance with that boiiuly. . The owner of Iho casino aulo- graphcd a menu card lo remind me of Hucnos Aires and the Casino de Paris. My friend from the Pampas drew the picture of a nude woman on the card and wrote: "You talk too much." For It was Ibis crack he made early one morning in the breakfast room which formed the basis of our friendship. I laughed so heartily he made me join him and two women at his table ind, palling me on Ihc shoulder, said to them: "This is a good guy." He was born in Paris, educated there, then went to Oxford. So he rattles off English French, Italian, Hungarian and of course, Spanish. When I try lo .buy drinks in the iiiail lounge he tears up the stubs and pays for the drinks somehow, Ihough I never sec any money. Just how Ihe wallers know what I owe I cannot imagine. J suppose lie pays his hota; bill once month and a general average struck. Ihe assistant manager of the casino gave me a Mickey Moiue bearing the legend '.'Casino de Paris." The Hungarian girl and the woman In charge of the bar autographed my Mickey Mouse. It was a great night for the native of Faycttcville. Easier Sunrise Service Planned Al West Fork West Fork-(Spcclal)-The Religious Council has announced preliminary plans for the union Easter sunrise service. The following committees have been selected. Mrs. Lillian Woods,'pageant director; script, Mrs. Lillian Garnett, Margaret Simpson, Mrs; Pauline Stecle, Miss Mary Ruth Branham, and the Kcv. Raymond Reed; make-up, Jaunita Hallon arid Rac Smith; construction, Paul Curtis, Henry Johns, W. 11. Horton, Paul Smith, Lon Thomas, George Freeze, Nick Johnson, and Bue: Woods. Lighting, Jonah Cantrell, Roge Smith, and Ed Garnett; back ground scenery, Mrs. Norcne Reed Mrs. George Hill, Mrs. Ed Garnett Paul Curtis, Buell Woods, and Lon Thomas; music, Mrs. Margare Simpson; publicity. Mrs. .George Freeze; costume, Mrs. Gus Clifton and Mrs. L. A. Garnctt; properties Mrs. Mary Rose, and Mrs. Lilian Webb; sound effects, Floyd Cantrell. Meeting times will be March 31, April 7, and April 10, at 7 p.'m in the school gym. by Miss Tanta Lizer COOKS CLOSE-OUT WALLPAPER! L * FLORALS * SCENICS * PLAIDS c PATTERNS c PATTERNS CHOOSE FROM A SELECTION OF 120 PATTERNS ALL FIRST QUALITY MOST WATiRFAST AND SUNFAST ALl54 cPATTERNS ALL c PATTERNS * OTHER LOVfLY WALLPAPCKS Uf TO $6.00 Lowtst Price Wi KMW fir Huvywtlflit YARD GOODS FELT BASE CHOOSE FROM LOVELY FLORAL GEOMETRIC AND TEXTURED DESIGNS MOOT WIDTH COOK'S CostSidtSquara Adds Beauty to Your Floors) COOK'S! SCUFF PR OO ; FLOOR ENAMEL SCUFF PROOF 'lOOR ENRMfl RENEWS AND PROTECTS ANY FLOOR--INSIDE OR OUT-WOOD, CONCRETE OR LINOLEUM! 8 BRAND NEW COLORS PAINT Synthetic Rubber Prices Down; Production Up Washlngton-OT-The price 0 general purpose synthetic rubber drops from 26 to 23 cents a pount today. The Reconstruction Finance Corporation announced the cut as a result of production going up from 700,000 to 860,000 long tons a year, and a decrease in the required use of h i g h - c o s t alcohol butadiene. Window The regular P.T.A. meeting was held Wednesday »t Ihe school dilorium. Approximately 35 persons were present. Plans for community night, March 14, were discussed. Mrs. Verne Carter and Mrs. Ed Lnrscn were hostesses Tuesday for a ' uecting of the Boston Mountain Luncheon Club at the home of Mrs. Carter. Guests were Mrs. ,1. H. Stinson, Mrs. C. Rawlins, Mrs. George Kerstcn, Mrs. N. Aimer, Mrs. Loyd Parks, Mrs. E. A. Hobbs, Mrs. La Vada Burns, Miss Mary Lou Burns, Mrs. Ernest Krause, Mrs. Floyd Pothast of Fayetteville, Mrs. CJail Lobdill, Mrs. Tony Hiatt, Mrs. C. A. Riddle, Mrs. J. R. Page, Mrs. E. H. Works, Mrs. Bobbie Barnes, Mrs. E. Forrow and Mrs. S. E. Smith. Mrs. La Vada Burns and daughter. Miss Mary'Lou Burns, have returned from a three-day visit with relatives at Waggoner, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ganger have had as guests, Mrs. Nellie Osvaldo of New York City, and Mrs. Vito Faumino of San- Francisco, Calif. Mrs. Newton Land enlertained Thursday afternoon with a birthday party for her son, Bud, who was seven years old. Refreshments were served to 20 children. Games were played outdoors. Mrs. Ed Larsen was hostess Thursday at a luncheon honoring Mrs. Lloyd Parks, who will leave soon to make her home at Faycttcville. Guest$. were Mrs Gail Lobdcll, Mrs. E. A. Hobbs and Mrs. J. R. Page. West Fork A collection taken at the World Day of Prayer program amounted to $20, not $200 as reported. N e w wallpaper is .t coming in almost daily " at Johnson's, H N. Block St. The lovel; shades of Chocolat Brown, Hickory anc Sandlewood have correlating colo tones of Mogul Yellow, Mexican Red, Vista Green and Ashes o Roses. Each of these have com panions that may be used with them if so desired. Grape wine, Candy Pink, Opera Pink and Amethyst are more very favored decorator colors this year Johnson's new rubberized satin finish for the wood work may b obtained in nearly all these colors This may be used on walls ant woxl-work alike. And at , only $4.98 per gal. This spring we find excitemen a-foot with big news in fabrics a n d interesting changes in thi look of the silhouette. At Long's Slyl. Shop you are sure to find all th very latest styles and fabrics including a wide collection of denim dresses and sundresses; co-ordinates that can be mixed .. matched, dressy dresses, formals suits and coats . . . and too, when you buy at Long's you will find such famous names as "Hobbies' by Lorch of Dallas, that shines under the stars arid under the sun the country over, exclusive styling by Paul Sachs, Franklin C. H. D. Robbins, Helen of California, Irene Karol, Kay Saks, Jack Harmel, Betty Rose and many others. Visit Long's, 10 E. Center. Do you realize that E a s t e r ' is just around the corner? But at h e r e already! They have just what it takes to make you the prettiest, l i t t l e faster Bunny of all . . . let Easter go to your head with the prettiest and- most feminine Easter Bonnets you've seen in a long time, that ire the very essence ot Spring tself . . . and in all, of Northwest Arkansas you won't find as beau- iful and distinctive coats and suits . . . whether you want a 29.50 Topper or a $100 suit . . Ve don't want to mention their louses and other "successories," ecause we don't want to "drool." We'll just let you do the "drooling" it SU»«m«n'l, · For the forward buyer who. shops while shopping's good well in advance of the reason the Boston Start has unpacked a stun- ing spring and summer version of the "Vers tiler." A favori of many wome this style wi urcly emerge as the all-roun lassie for the seasons to com rfade of lovely Antique Shantun his dress will take its place any where . . . the fine silky textur risp, crackling feel and rust ntique look will appeal to an voman, so much so, that we ar ure you will want several of th lany colors offered. In sizes 10 t 0 and 12W to 22V4 and priced a nly $10.98. Choose from dream lue, aqua, lily, orchid blooir ropic gold, Regatta navy, Ha 'aiian turquoise, French lili emp beige, chiquita rose. Sc hem at the Boston Store, mai I floor, rear. JMutu*/buunuxt 200 YEARS 20,000,000 PEOPLE 20% ARE YOU CURIOUS ABOUT THESE FIGURES? THEY ARE IMPORTANT FIGURES TO YOU AS AN INSURANCE BUYER FOR THEY TELL THE STORY OF MUTUAL INSURANCE. 200 YEARS AGO, MARCH 25, 1752, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN STARTED THE FIRST M U T U A L INSURANCE. COMPANY, THE PHILADELPHIA CONTRIBUTORSHIP, WHICH 15 FLOURISH ING TODAY. , 20,000,000 PEOPLE CAN'T BE WRONG. THAT IS THE NUMBER OF POLICYHOLDERS OF MUTUAL FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANIES. IN ADDITION 70% OF ALL LIFE INSURANCE IS IN MUTUAL COMPANIES. 20% IS THE AMOUNT THAT YOU CAN SAVE ON YOUR FIRE INSURANCE IF YOU J O I N T H E S E 20,000,000 INTELLIGENT AMERICAN BUYERS OF MUTUAL INSURANCE. THIS SAVING IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE PRINCIPLES OF MUTUAL INSURANCE. GET ALL THE FACTS WHEN MAKING COMPARISONS OF COMPANIES AND COV- ERAGES. The Ritter Agency 16 E. CENTER PHONE 1938 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. These Prices Effective Monday-Thru Thursday ald Cove Alaska 16.oz. Tall Can Salmon Butcher Shop Brand Dog Food 3 Choice Graded Red McClure Potatoes 10 Arkansas Standard Pack Tomatoes 2 Sunshine or Busy Baker Fresh Crackers Dalewood Colored in Quarters Margarine 16-oz. Cans Pound Box Ib. For Fine Baking Results Armour's Star Fresh Pure lard Florida Marsh Seedless Grapefruit 5 Medium A Grade in Cartons Fresh Eggs Mrs. Tucker's Fine Quality Shortening ^» _ . . . · · M -, : ^^^ 3-lb. Carton Dozen 3-lb: Carton Town House Grape- Fruit Juice Pet or Carnation Cann'd Milk 2 27 Full-o-Gold Florida Orange Juice 19 C Honor Brand Fresh Froien · wiiwi ·TIWIIH ···»·· rrvAfcn Strawberries 25 Swiff's Mild Smoked wts i moked Wi» Bacon Squares 22 c A »_ ft. 4 ·· M *» Armour's Mild-Cure ChecTr Cheese 49 SAFEWAY

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