Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 27, 1952 · Page 6
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March 27, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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AftKANMt TIMM, MMch 27, IHJ Visiting Around Arkansas · Y JOi M A R S H MIMW Folks (Hi tte Xitiii's 5 , -* I · ? : i '-'I-' - I jurt found out the othfr d»y that I'm fl"* to livt nino.J'eiri · longer h*r« In Arkansas than my kinfeJIti «att*red out over Ihtw United SUUiJ -,·: · · ' : . : , Arkntuai l6nt«»iU,' i «t«tlet!cB ·how, In liln'e yitrt longer than the national averaft. Rt(l«tUn» ovir thoii ft (tarn, I'm rot really surprised. We've (rot «n Ideal, mild climate. Our «ute ·hound* with hundreds and hundreds of n u t u r a l and m»n-rti»d« flshlnj.and hunting preserves. And anothtr thlnt... we'»« |ot «on»thlui: to take the itlng out of t hardo'ay'a work. We live In t land where whoUwmt m»lt hev-. ·r»t«« are told Uglily in clean, modern b u » i n » p tataBlishments. My old hunting and l)ihl»( partner, Ejih Smith, rho'i gelng in belt the nlne-xtir Arhaniaimirk, layl the beit part of · day'i work or i hunt ii the *nd, when you tin net dewn for » foeit hottle or un of beer. H« aaya it make" the working and hunting really worthwhile. From The People* To the Editor: Thank you first for the column MUSH Briutlful Colon. A*k Mr Dttillk CLARK VENETIAN BUND «V AWNING CO. II Wllliuin ·*. Mil After I p. m. Hi Fans! ME AND AL ARE BROADCASTING rALSTAfF BASEBALL ALL THROUGH 1952 DIZZY DEAN AL HELPER MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL brought to you by FALSTAFF ·:'· .;%$;!.-.. . . . ' , Drink · tout with iipaoth :pHlM :«*lJow ·-. FaldUff to the great game of MwMU And the return of Ditty D*M, Amairica'a nioat colorful commtnUtorl Y«i--'tingaut tor Premium Quality FalaUlT, la Uvwni and yiui favorite atora. Sing out for t caa* or f*t aeveral handy packa todayl 0* .THI IMOOTH 'M MINN MIUCW IIIWI ».. «·· Orl««. t*. From The People. I would like to write an an»wer to W. H. H., and aak If he Is ashamed to sign hli name. I feel if the editor will de- voti space to your letter, perhapl my unlearned pen can find a place, too! I think you (W.H.R.) are very wrong in calling this accomplishment (Sunday doting of grocery stores) trifling. I doubt if the grocers appreciate being used as a guinea pig, but this is a beginning and it would be fine if more busi- ncsiiei would keep the Lord's day holy, even If their closing did inconvenience the citizens. Mr. W.'H. n., if all you read in th« Bible are Ihe words written by teachers and preachers, then you need to study It. It's not ill? · , -i. but the truth and love in what li taught that is important. If humans could have found a better way than Christianity to learn to be more brotherly and loving, Ihon Jesus Christ would not have needed to die on the cross. have never heard a preacher tell us to astemtale and make a collection to pay him. I think you will find most Sunday collection* do much more than "pay the preacher." If you will investigate, T -think'you will find/most ministers put a good portion of their own .salary back into the church or-use It to further the wbrk of Christianity. ... , ' You raised the question of your soul; Personally, I think It is connected very, closely ^with one's mind and intelligence and the mark his Hi* and character leave upon the world.. ' . Your latter would liot merit an answer If it had not bceiVrtad by so many good people, for it is obvious, you have closed your mind to the Bible's great teachings. Mrs. Cltort W. Gentry Marriages Napier and Mrs. Myrtle Ma« Biggins, both of Fayetteville, Were married March 24 by R. F. Jacks6n, justice of the peace. Joel Cifforrt, Ros6 Bud, Ark., and Miss Saralou K. Raymond, MabeH'alf, Ark., were married March 24 by the R*v. J. Robert Mofletl. Donald L. Jones and Miss Vera Faye Bell, both of 'Yatcs Center, Kan., were married March 22 by County Judge Witt Carter. Thomas ,1. Schell and Miss Norma Jean Whitebread, both of Topeka, Kan., were m a r r i e d March 22 by the Rev. Edward R, Maloy. Robert Collis Davis, Jr., and Miss Marilyn Jean Westell, both of Fayetteville, were married March 21 by the Rev. Marius J. Llndloff. Charles Phillips, fientonville, and Mrs. Marvine Sheppard, Rogers, were married March 21 by the Rev. R«l Gray. . Ejwopd Rhoads an'd.Mrs. Mary C. Rhoads, both of Stilwell, Okla., were m»rrl«d March 20 by 'the Rev. Noel Dodd. Leopold C. Sage artd Mrs. Margaret Hoyt Ma'az, both of Fayetteville, v were married Mai'Ch 15 by the Rev. D. I,. Dykes, Jr. Gene Keeney and Miss Margaret Louise Plummer, both of Fayetteville, were married March 14 by the Hev. 0. L. L'erly.' Tomey Holiiday, Farmington, and Miss Thelina Sue Austin, Fayetteville, were married March 13 by Ihe Rev. J. Robert Moffett. 'john Yates and MissNDorothy Stufflebeam, both of Fayetteville, were married March 14 by the Rev. E. M. Logue. An outstanding flavor--Junge'a Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-ti Advertid* In the TIMES--I; oaya. (1 IT COULD HAPPEN HERE! i NIARAZED, MARCH 21, 1952 Are You Protected? See NORTHWEST ARKANSAS FARMERS MUTUAL TORNADO INSURANCE COMPANY . AtKANiAS ' ' f -- '-- ft--'--' *"" C-B'S MEN'S STORE BRINGS YOU BIG SAVINGS FOR OUR MONTH-END SALE ·89 FAMOUS NAME Spring-Summer SUITS GROUP 1 Vals. to $50 GROUP 2 Vals. to $60 Selected from our regular stock 89 of eur well-known brand suits grouped in two groups as a Month-End feature. All suits in the two lots are reduced from 33'/3% to 50%. If you need one f6r Spring, for Easter or fof Summer, you'll find a suit suitable for all. You know the brands we handle, you know the type of tailoring you always get, you know the careful fit. Here's an opportunity that not a single ont of you should pass up. 360 Novelty Stripes and Patterns Our Best Brand $3.95 $4.50 DRESS SHIRTS ·Taken right out of our stock. We dare not mention name . Too many.. . . that's the reason. We simply want to reduce our stock. For three days only wou can have your unrestricted choice of any novelty shirt, $3.95 to $4.50, with the exception of solid color madrases and solid color broadcloths. We dare not mention the name of this shirt but we know most of you will know what it is. You save at least $1.50 on every shirt and $1.95 on some of them. That's pretty good interest ou your money. Buy half dozen at least. 4 for $9.50 V - '1M3 76 Only Men's Broadcloth Pajamas They were made by Ely Walker, from Ely Walker's famous Quadrigo cloth. Patterns are attractive, they are full cut, they are sanforized and needleized and you save $1.50. 3 00 1 GROUP SPORT COATS A selected group of sport caats from eur regular stock re-marked at $27,50. They were $35.00 ond $39.50. At this new low price they art.thi kind of values you like to see. May wt show you tomorrow? so

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