Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 17, 1952 · Page 3
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March 17, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NMTHWBT ARKANSAS TIMI5. f»»etteville, A.kante* Monday, March 17, 1VS3 High School P.t.A. , To Elect Officers The Fayetteville High School P.T.A. will have a dinner-meeting Wednesday night at 6 o'clock in the Khbol cafeteria, Reservations should be mide through the home robrri motherB or .'with Mrs. Norman Kennan, chairman of the home room mothers. All rcserva tions should be made by noon to morrow. Following the dinner there will be two types of activities. There Revival Meeting Starting Tuesday, March 18 GOSHEN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE NIGHTLY AT 7:45 REV. BOB (A WOLl, Evangelist KEITH A. PAGAN, Musician and Singer Everyone Welcome! Fred Stevenson, which will be the third stu'dy course meeting. , Films will be shown entitlec "Dating; Do's and ' Donl's" "Choosing for Happiness." Thcs films'are designed for adolescent to be viewed by parents and con sidered for showing to high schoo students. Officers for the next year wl be elected at this meeting. 1 Teen-Agers Entertained By Phillips Personals Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Sargeant o Memphis, Tenn., announce the 1 '-th of a daughter, Judy Lyn March 10," at the Baptist-Mcmoria Hospital. Mrs. Sargeant is the former Virginia Sly "of Fayetteville. Miss 1 Beverly Stone Jcft this weekend for her homc"in Philadelphia,'Pa., after visiting here with Mica Jeannette Scuddcr. Miss Scudder accompanied her as far as Springfield, Mo. Mr.- and Mrs. \V. F. Thomas re- urned Friday from visiting in Little Rock with the .Rev. and i.'James I. Paisley, a n d ' i n El % GALLON Vanilla Ice (ream 64c Holland Bros, lacker Plant 16 P I E C E S T A R T E R S E T S MONDAY, MARCH 17, through SATURDAY, 29th FRANCISCAN APPLE Reg. 13.90, Now Only $1ft95 Now you can select the Franciscan Ware service you have always wanted . . . starter sets in four patterns . . . colorful, durable, hand-painted under the glaze, richly embossed. Resistant to chipping, cracking, breakage. Choose your pattern · today of Desert Rose, Apple, Ivy or Poppy. FRANCISCAN DESERT ROSE 25 N. BLOCK bhown above are a group of ti-rn-agors around the refreshment table at a rinncc ami open house given Saturday night at t h e . Phillips Motor Company on. North Collcse Avenue Hosts for the eve' ling were Mr. and Mrs. .1. T. Phillips and'daughter, Janice. (Puska THVTESTOTO) dorado with Mr. and Mrs. \WE, oodwin and Mrs. J. N. Smith. Mrs. Patricia Yeager and son, arfy, are visiting here with her TMther, Mrs. M. S. Grigsby, whjlc icr husband, Staff Sgt. Roy Meager, is attending school at ~untor Air Force Base, Montgomery, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Thompson pent the weekend in Little Rock vith Mr. -anti Mrs. Bill Allsopp, nd are now in Hot Springs, where hey will be guests of her brother- i-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. lerbert Spencer. --1 » Winchell Too III o Make Broadcast New Ynrk-fyPj'-Walter Winchell ccame ill just before air time last night and did not make his usual ABC weekly broadcast. Winchell's remarks, as he had prepared them, were read by Richard Stark, who usually announces the program. The 54-year-old columnist's office said later that Winchell "against the advice of his doctors and the protest of Mrs. Winchcll, prematurely returned to his work following a serious attack of virus infection." l . College basketball was introduced to Madison Square Garden when Noire Dame played NYU on December 29, 1934. This was also the first game of the Violet- Irish series. Used by thousands'in reducirm diets--Junge's Roman Meal bread. 11-19-tf All Patients Saved In Fire At Hospital Hocky Mount, N. C.-W'J-AII 48 patients were moved safely today in a fire at the A t l a n t i c Coast Line hospital here. The flames, confined to the atlic of the IvVo- story 31-year -old brick and concrete 50-bed hospital, were controlled in 45 minutes. Craighead Farmer Killed In Collision Joncsburo, Ark.-(/ty-A Craighead County fanner died in a Joncsboro hospital today of injuries suffered in a truck col- Your Child WILL LIKE THIS NEW COUCH HELP For coughs nnd bronchitis due to iolds you can now gctCrcomuision specially prepared for ChiloVn in a new pint and blue package and he sure: ( U Your child will like it. . (2) It contains only safe, proven ingredicnls. (3) It contains no narcotics to disturb nature's processes. H) It will aid nature to soothe and heal raw, lender, inflamed throat and bronchial membranes, thus relieving the cough and promoling rest ar?d sleep. Ask for Crcomulsion for Children in the pink and blue package. CREOMULSION FOR CHILDREN xlltm Cnri!, Cint Mfc. Ht.li Irmhlfr Union. The victim, Elmer D. Goodman, 61, o( Bono, was injured when his small truck imr 1 an nil transport truck collided near Bono late Saturday. · ' Manila Rubber Factory Destroyed By Flames Manila-(/l')-A two-hour fire last nicht destroyed »bout 60 buildings including a hrcc rubber far-lory and" left 61X1 pmonj homeless. There were rm reports of casualties, Damajjc was estimated ."it 2\2 Ilinn dollars, nmrruu In in* I I M K H -- i t ncri Five pitchers on the Detroit Tigers roster were born In the uiy til-Detroit. Norma's Beauty Shop SALE 50% Off Cold Wnr* k Mochint (ID for 55--tit tar S7.M Sit tn tit dit C'it Jl Call O) 121 W. ornulUul Colon Aik F«r Delillt. CLARK VENETIAN BLIND AWNING CO. 1 II Wllliimi PH. Mil Afltr t f. m. ' 7"i M'llion Repeat , -uitomen Demanded It! NOW HERE IT IS Charles Antell Formula 9 and Shampoo ~- both codlainlng Unolin and hormonal. Eail Slda of Square "VIVA ZAPATA " A Screen Experience You'll Never Forget! . . . a love that will never die! WHAT ARE K-K THRIFT TRADING STAMPS K-K Thrift Trading Stamps are fhe premium! you receive on each article bought in the stores having the K-K thrift plan. Each dime that you spend tarns on* stamp. You will be given a K-K Thrift Saver Book in which to post* fhe stamps, for redemption or exchange. ' · K-K SAVER BOOKS CAN BE REDEEMED 3 WAYS CASH-MERCHANDISE-PREMIUMS YOU CAN GET K-K THRIFT TRADING STAMPS, AND REDEEM THEM AT THE FOLLOWING FAYETTEVILLE STORES: Shoemaker Grocery , North-side Drug Store Hwy. 62 West 930 N. Colltg. Avt. Pal Malone · Sinclair Ser, SI a, Mix Grocery *Hwy. 71 South Hwy. 71 South Bone's Grocery Ludwick Conoco Ser, Sla, Ball Gro, Mkl. 16 E. Center 223 W. Dlckson 231 Mill SI. Maieulln* dliJractloh . . . on lh« grmn or city tlrceri . . . with its.iwlshy skirt and cool sleevelm top. Delicately toned contrott stitching, color keyed to the belt. Moonbeam finish broadcloth in poslel pink, aqua, Hue, or maize. Sizei 9 to 15. $12.95 :I rcier to eking Just one week in the year you can buy Archer stockings at these Iqw prices! 60 gauge 15 denier ' · ' · · -- ' " · ·'·'· · · " · . · ' " · 51 gang* 15 denier 51 gauge 15 denier brown, blue or black heels · -Sale --1.49-, regularly 1.75 ..Sale --1.29, regularly 1.50 . .Sale --1.39, regularly 1.65 Women who have never worn Archer stockings will find out how wonderful they are. And women who .know Archer Blockings have this opportunity to stock up for tbemielvcs and for gifts. { Ask for your correct foot size-- *nrf for your correct leg proportion, ·a indicated by the exclusive Nclmc ·tripe* «t the top. 4 Nelinca, or TRIM, for petite or slim legs; 5 Nelines, or TWEEN, for typical or model legs; 6 Nelincs, or TAPER, for till or, fuller legs. Once you've worn Archer you'll always wear Arch er.Fincntquality, perfect'fitting, perfectly l.ratitiful ---thfreV a flheenicm for every occasion. A Out Peter Pan "skirt-U ouae ... o tailored compliment to your tultt and tkirU In Boles (Ing Panel sanforized, morcorued broadcloth thai take» to waler lik« a barnyard duck . . , with real ocean poarl buttons. Pearl studs Iwlnkls in th* little cuffed slaevas. Sites 32 to 40. $2.98

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