Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 24, 1952 · Page 3
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March 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NORTNWIST ARKANSAS TIMB, hr*ette*Me. MMfey, Merck 14, IfMj, Springdale MaJ. and Mrs. William E. Boyd, ·who' have, been visiting Mrs. Boyd's mother, tyrs. -Eva Bale- min, on Grove Street left' for Fort Campbell, Ky., over the weekend. Major Boyd will again bt stationed with Army paratroopers after receiving his training in'New : York. The ( Rev. I. J; Kerrick has .announced the prc-Eastcr program for the First Christian Church. Hi will bring special messages leading up -to Easter. They 'will deal with the last days of Christ. A visitation will be conducted by both men'and the women of the church and April C will be decision day.- :A week of special preaching services will follow, ending Easter Sunday. Cottage prayer. meetings are being held each week. Meetings will be at the following places Wednesday evening:.Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Samuel, east-district, 'Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Oaks, leader; Mr. and Mrs. «Al MOISTVftl OUT 7of CONOUTI HOCK WITH j BONDEXZV \ m IJ.'ATWACTIVS COIOM" en YOW nu IONBH COIOR CAW NOM I Ktllcy Brot, Lumber Co. I J24W. Dickion | GJenn -Wrrott,' central district, Joe McKIm, leader'; Mr. and Mrs. L. S. 'Pugh, west .district, Ralph Mjller, leader. Bobby W. Kcndrick recently received a' promotion to sergeant at Wolters Air Force Base in.Texas. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kendrick o f . Route 3, Springdalq,. Sergeant Kendrick is assigned as a radio mechanic with the Aviation Engineer Force at Wolters. He is a graduate of Springdale' High School and enlisted 'in the Air Force Iri 1950. : Mrs! Ilia McAllister 'Newborn was guest speaker at the meeting o£ the District Democratic Women's Club Saturday. Mrs. Newborn is state president of the organization, and is now serving as librarian of the Marianna Consolidated School. The meeting was held at the Chicken House. Mrs. J.. E.. Martin and her sister, Miss Byrte Smyer, who lives on West Emma Avenue, had as their guests over the weekend Mrs. Martin's son and 'daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr., and Mrs. Charles E. Hall, all of Dallas, Texas,'and Mrs. Holand . Clark' of .Osatomie, Kan,, a sister:. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson and children, Larry and Ann, of Texas, were guests, over the'week- cnd of Mr. Johnson's uncle and aunt', Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson on North. Mill Street. While here they also visited Mr. Johnson's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Rust and son, Michael, of Backus Avenue. They spent Saturday with Mr.'and -Mrs. Robert Harms and children, Carol and Robert,' of near Springdale. Pete Teeters of Springdale en- tered the County 'Hospital Friday morning. He will receive medical treatment. .' ·Mrs..- E. 3. Jones of east Highway 68 left Saturday morning for Oklahoma City to be with 'her sister, Mrs. H. R. Taylor, who :s undergoing an operation Tues'dsy morning at an Oklahoma City hospital. . . . Members of : the Springdale High School band and junior band went to Fort Smith Saturday arid participated in the Bl-State Band Festival. They brought home sev eral honors. .. Harold Tabor, son of Mr. .and Mrs. Henry Tabor, is .in San Diego, -Calif., wliere he . will re ceive his basic training in - the Navy. He volunteered 'for service. The. Rev. H. G. Markey, supervisor of-the Northwest Arkansas Salvation Army'service units, ahs resigned because of ill health. · .Cpl: Molly Belle Cook of Springdale has' been assigned to Headquarters, 30th Air-Division at Selfridge Air Force' Base, Mich. Her job is. in the-Air Defense'Com- mand's" aircraft warning system. Cpl. Cook is the daughter of Mrs. Helen S. Cook of 210 Center Street. · · ". ' , Mrs. Noel Bouleware of Rogers was-a'guest in the home .of Mrs. Ruth B.-Allison on West Center Street Saturday. The Apple. Blossom Club met Friday^ afternoon.at 2 'o'clock at the home ot Mrs. E. L. Pierce south of Springdale; Refrehsments were -servedi to : the members at the close of the. meeting. The Springdale High School Peppers Club held its largest annual banquet honoring school athletes Friday night at the -Spririgadle High School cafeteria. ALL THIS WEEK COOK'S ARE GIVING CEILING PAPER Y»i, we will give you Ceiling Paper FREE with the purchase of each complete room of wallpaper priced from onl) Joe, or more, a roll. You save $1.32 on an average-size room! £t . . . . - K«fl.2lc PATTERNS NOHFUIM coion ft«0.54c DESIGNS OIL SUNFUT WATUFAST VALUES NON-fUINt cnois fte«.74c PATTERNS Fdill WtniFUT SUNFUT ft*g.44c DESIGNS 29! SUNFUT MOT WATEtfUT VALUES SUNFUT WATEIFAST OUR LEADER PAPERS Regular 12c Valves ONLY All NON-FADING ! COLORS (Frn Ciifinf Nit tocMW WHk Tklt tmp.) ·*· We RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES * FLOOR COVERING HEAVYWEIGHT - FELT BASE YARD GOODS FULL9-FT. WIDE I 5 CHOICE FLORALS, GEOMETRIC ANDTEXTUKD DESIGNS- RlG.79c SPECIAL COOK'S SCUFF PHOOf FLOOR ENAMEL FN ANT FLOWI- llNWSt M OUT-WKD. IJCINCIKTEM UINHEWM '« MANO MW CC4ORS UncondMonalf/ Guaranteed! 9x12-Fl RUGS HEAVYWEIGHT · Resilient Felt Base · Colorful, Baked-on Enamel Print Designs REGULARLY $8.95 $795 · ' IACH runt CiiMsf!, WsUr, fl«fs WITH A COOK'S-KOTER .RHHr AstlUr Sit I · 7*M. nMM 1 MMslTrir hntnctlds COMPLETE *2 5 ' COOK'S RAMMT NON-YELLOWING 'KITE ENAMEL m SMWIAIU IWAUS t WMwont COOK'S PAINT Wtitkt" · · . . EastSidt Square Phon«526 Wnlly Iniallv c former, member of the Carnegie Tech football team, KGR11 radio spoi * broadcaster, was (uest s/eu.cr. He spoke on "Full Spe«d Ahead." The Kcv. James Workman, pastor of the Wesley Methodist Church, presented, the invocation. Doris Jackson, president of .-the club, was in charge of the arrangements. Lou Etta Smith was in charge of the decorations. Pat Curry was in charge of entertainment. Springdale' H!;h School basketball let- termcn honored were Jimmie Roberts of the boys team and Betty Matthews of the girls team, the only three-year lettcrmcn on the two" teams. Boys .who have lettered ·. for two years' arc: Ed Berry, Dewey Johnson, Paul Shaffer and Philip Steele. On!-year lettermeri are: Yoyo Newman, Wayne Johnson, Louis Wcer- wagon and Bobby Phillips. Girls who have lettered for two years are. Ginger Hembrce, Marilyn Smith, and Bettty Fritts. One year letermen for girls are: Margaret Lockhart, Marilyn Emerson, Honey Heerwagen, Donna Hem- brcy, Pansy Baker and Daisy Laury Other'girls' were Louise Ford, Joan Parker, Joy Hinds, Patsy Main, Joyce Perry,- Virginia Ford. Lynn Hitter and Helen Eigher. There were 30 football athlete* honored. Athletic managers arc Robert Perry and Bill Gccnaway for football, Red Rogers, boys basketball, and Billy Arthur and Vcrna Wcstbrook for girls Today's Market- si. LMb Llvnteck Natlt.ial Stockyards, Ill.-W)(USDA)Hogs 13,000; very active trade; barrows and gilts generally 35 to SO higher; sows 25 to 50 higher than Friday; no change on stags or boars; bulk 180-220' Ibs 17.35-50; full width of choice grade included; top 17.50 for con p sidci able sprinkling choice Nos. and 2 and occasional lots No.. 3; top 17.35 to packers, mostly for 230 Ibs or somewhat over; bulk 240-270 Ibs 16.25-17.10; 280-350 Ibs 'i5.50-16.25; choice 150-170 Ibs 15.75-17.25; 120-140 Ibs 13.50-15.25; sows under 400 Ibs 15.00-75; heavier saws 13.50-14.50; itag: 11.50ri3!50; boars 0.30-ll.OB. . Cattle 3,700; calves 500; trading rpening rather slow; early tales steers and heifers fully steady to strong; cows and bulls mostly steady, largely to outsiders; vealeri unchanged; early sales good and choice steers and heifers 30.0033.25; small ; lots choice to 34.00; utility and commercial cows mostly 21.00-23.00; few 23.50; canncrs and cutters mostly 17.00-20.60; shelly canncrs 18.00 down; utility and commercial bulls 23.00-26.00; cutter bulls down to 111.00; bulk good and choice vcaicrs 30.00-38.00; sorted prime mostly odd head to 40.00; utility and commercial vealcrs 20.00-28.00. Sheep 800; market opening fully steady at preceding week's' .late sharp advance; few lots choice and prime woolcd lambs 27.00-50. EAT GENUINE ITALIAN SPAGHETTI, handmade, meat balls, salad, garlic bread, dessert and coffee. All you can cat, $1.25, children 65c. St. Joieph's Catholic Church basement. Tuesday, March 25th. Starting at 6:80 p. m. 21-31-c Twin Sons Arrive On Mother's Birthday Twin ions, Thomas Michael and John Patrick, were born t'rl- irSRIGNT FOX CHILDREN INttEWW- day to Mr. and Mn. William C-. Mack of FayeltevllH, tttivti*,* their mother's birthday, March 11 Mri. Mack and sonj ire at the County Hospital. : Charter Service Wt now offer Charter Bui Service to any point within the State of Arkansas at reasonable prices. ' . ' Northwest Ark. Transportation Co., Inc. Phone 4433, Springdale PURCHASE FAVORITE MAKERS Take advantage of our lucky buy and Save! Save! Save! This Event Only \ Every one designed to make a you lovelier in exciting unidure. A wrinkle-resistant fabric of Riq-Sheen... wrinkles just bang out. This fabric is processed for permanent wrinkle- resistant at added cost to the manufacturer. No need to iron to restore freshness. Just let it hang overnight and it's ready for added wear. Come in early tomorrow morning while selection is complete. All colors^ Regular Sizes: 8 to 20. Half Sizes: 14!/ 2 to 24V 2 . Ready-to-Wear Dept.

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