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UNAS TIMB, l*i«*vmt, ArfMMM, frWoy, March II, 1*32 MIMIIII HNimHIHHttlHlllHIHHIINIHIIIHIIMIIIinilllllUIIIIIIIII Daily Calendar .of Evirnts JUy. Anthony Concert, UA Field Hou»«, .7 ...... . . BtU ; Sigmi Phi Benefit Bridir-Canatla,. Legion Hut,.- 7:30 Upivtrilty of Miuourl String Quartet, Arts Center Concert Hall, 8 ' ry Ball, UA Field' House, 8 "Saturday . . . ..Family Night. Country' Club, 7 Qib Scouts 'Display Bird Houses ·Membtri of . Cub Scout ' P a c k Seven m«t list night -at Wtsley H»U to receive' »wardf for »d- vairicement .and 'tiiiie-'part ·)" a Jjij-dhouif building ..cohttiV Par- Wi^ol' many of;;the;, Cjibi »««' jjJWinl .for both evenUj x '; ^ fcubf advancing In rank'or receiving .other awards wirr: .'''·Ch,irle» Johnnon, Lion; frink Blen, Bear; Wiyne II) den, Jr., ChirlN JohnMn fhd David Slein- brugg*, sold arrows;'; Mlkt Davis ||M Larry Henbeit, stiver arrows; -Wiyn* ^Hydtn;'JtvChaVlei JoKn- :·», fftpk ,Bl«n, Bobby Boiton Lllti, Mllet Jonei, Jlm- l)y McCIfHand, George Faucet!*, Jr., Tommy Hilli Micha.USnlpei ind Dick GafeyrBob .fc»tv-' ; ·".-" , r i Forty-three boya entered the I .house contest. Winner? werei Don McGoodwIn; ,. ·· Ptrry Henbeit; plact, Lyle Cloud; fourth e», Cham Saiga); ..fifth place, ' Ofd*n; ilxth place, Larry _antft| honorable mentions, Mike |vi«, Bobby ' KcKlnnty,.' David , Char)** Johhaon, and Wcs- IU*' wW« awarded "b"y"'FlrV-i "Garden Gimmicks" Given At Meeting Of Iris Club Mri. Charles Cllnrtitmi entcr- lalnfd the Irli Garden Club at her rhohie' 'Wedneidtjf afternoon with' a deiiert luncheon, . serv at 1 :JO o'clock. Co-ho«ese · w Mri. '.Urban Holland, The Gait motif wij tued for lable.decor lloni. Guests were Mrs. A; H. Ma field of Minneapolis, Kan., Mr Robert Fly and daughter, Ann, Memnhli, Tenn., and Mri. Pea Cllneheni, Roll call wai answered by "ga dfen .gimmicks;" The poem' oMh month, "April Ii Coming Up," wn read by Mrs, Robert Pfcnte, Jr and .Mm. M. 0. Doollttle spoke o thf «ubjfct- "rocks and .flnwc make good partner*." T h i s w i followed by a r'oundtable dlicui "Wat. · ' " - " ' judg Joe ilon- on tch Your Steps," 1 i , Company..- Hall. T(r* , Campbell-Bell, Cy CM- Appliance, Cook 'I'alnt Coni- «*«iy, R*d Crpti Drug Store, Wag- ir'i Bikery, FayftteVlll* Print-: Company and Ltokwa.v Hard' ' . ^*«rt, ind by Dick BUf'.kc, .'Scjut ·ommlHloner. . WnhlDf boxa^wilfb* rtliplay- . 'W. ,*t :y«ij«per'»: tfakery. Five 1 boxea Will b« given to City Hoc pltal for uie on the grounds. Mri.' : L. M,, McGiopdwIn's den »a» awarded a special cake for 'having wen- more ; houae building than:«ny other 'den in the ' ' kite building contest and di»pl«yi wjll b* featured at ' rs -To Speak""'' .At,HigKland Church. Hr. ind Mr?: Jim Ki)k«r, mli- ·idniriti frtrn. th. Sudan Interior MMon in Africa, \yijj 8 W ak.at 6»th morning and evening jerv- ICM gunda;- at the Highland Community Church, This will bt «n . ·11-d.iy ° rneetlng w i t-h « .llinplir ·frvfd at noon. ..*""·'-·''-'; ;"-.v-'i. Th« Sudan Interior Mli«T6h : 'is »h» outgrowth of-rthSj.".llfiVnil.. ·lonary fKpedliiefr.ft:.".!Hi;-intb Inttrior Mgirla Under"th* ].'.a,, - ·hip ; .of·; Rowl«fia-;V.7BingHam. The miailpn/haKmprt/ mUiionlrles, 5 - rn - L which approaches. to homes an gardens were (tressed, During the nhnrt bushiest mcc ing '.Mrs,, M. .Bi' Williamson an Mri Lcroy BUrris wi-re named to rnpr«Ktnt4ho club nn the Safet 'Cou'ncll "meeting. The comln flower.-»how was- discussed, a were plan; for the mooting at th hom» of Mrs. Williamson, April 0 when favors for the trays at th Veterans Hospital will be mad to be' used on Easter Sunday. Siloam Springs To Have Show By Garden Glub 'Siloam 5prlh(s-(Sp«:iai)-The Si loam; Spring! Garden Club an nouiVces- ill Spring Daffodil Show "Snrlng'a. Awakening," tomorrow from 2 to 9 p.m., and Sunday from U.Jioon. to.5.p,ni., at the Craln l Wo}pr.-Cotnpsnyf-'rhdre. will b no admission. The phow, which is the fourth annual flower show by the club Is the fIrit' to be otnged by mem bers only. Mri. George Hcndcrion prtaident, has Announced that i will be onterccl with the slate pr»«|rifn,t for o try at the Natlona Council State Flower S h o w Award.. . ; ..There. In, to be four sections in .this .«ho\v; · hp'rtlcullure, arrange mcntr, junior gpdtmcrs, and:»ne 'eU!':«xhlllts, .Thlf.Wter will'In elude. · dltpiay 'Tl-'rift the Cub Scouts of bird f.ederc, and an other of unusual varieties by.Mlsi EJcanor Hill of Tulsa,. ' . Mn/L. M. Groene snd JWrs Clint. Thomson are co-chairmen for the show. Others heading com- Th.-Hllkfti havt nt*n in th» i Sudan for 22 year't. They will II. ; luttrate their talk's with sound i color, films, showing the mission | work'ln.thli country. ' : . · I Dotes Annopnced For I ^A/rit*rs ; Workshop . -. J The third annui.1 Writers' Works ahop'at the University v/111 be :' hfld from Jun.'D to July 'IB, H was announced toda'y by p'r. A. H. Carter,' chairman of the deparl- ;. n)«nt of English. The workshop prpgran includes : * wrjterj' conferencf, .with dli- tinjtuiih.d lecturers, a workshop in :which authors prodtiie, criti- ciz«, and r.vlsc their maniiscrlplt . under direction, and iouras In j. creatlv. writing for which f u l l , tcademic credit Ii given. The i worJuhop .will be dlrectel by Dr. Xobtrt Lte Morris, assisted by | Charlie May Simon and'Dr. Car. ter. - · · J. Th." courses «r« open to iippcr- '. elanmtr and graduate students. ;·' Information regarding registration ! - may be'ontained frn m the registrar , at th. University, ;. L.'O.A. Class'Votes .. To Aid Needy Family The L.O.A. Claw of 'th. Flrtl Baptlit Church mn Tuesday night , in tht Praytr Boom for Its month- j ly builneit meeting with \)r'i. | Jack. Stewart, preildent, pruid- irif. - , ' . Kf9«rf« wer. given by tht class [I pffltfti ind Mri. John Olus was ·· tl«etf4 claw mlnlattr. Mn. Vlr- '.. flnla Aphlotk' gay. thf devotional | on "Joyful Llvin|," !Mtrnb«re i voM U .Mlit · rwedy family. A rcpfft from thf membtnhlp vlce- itr^VMlcdthat Mn;pavld IB'I froup ii iMdidf In !tt« mciltancy eontftt ky 10 wai ^5econci..[n Series., ... '.".-An -organ;,'.recital; 'by Kenneth jr_j)8borne,.!;hjirmnn oi_thc U. yer{iijy»divlsi9ii''pi fine and..1. ;jiyed" artfK will' b? p'r«a«nted Sunday at 4 ' f , m. In the Arts-Center Concert Hall. The public is invited lo th* concert. ' Works of Buxtchudc, J. S. Bach, Hlndemllh, and Oliver Messaicn will be played. The recital Is the second of a series of three given this semester by Mr, Osbornc. The last", recital, scheduled for May 4, will feature three sonatas by Mai.ort for organ and strings. Reserve Officers Plan Annual Banquet Th« Reserve Officers' Association of Northwest Arkansas will hold Its annual banquet nhd ejection Monday night at 7 o'clock nt Ferguson's Cafeteria. Reserve affairs will be discussed and resolutions prepared for presentation at the Stnle Convention in Miiy. A varied program of entertainment will follow the bnh- quet and busincts niccllng. All resorvo officers are ursed to attend this meeting. The uniform, will be worn If possible. Wlv« arc Invited 'as guoitj of Ihc chapter. neservBllons must he miido with Col. James T. Phillips not later than Saturday afternoon. Jack Tidball Post Elects Off icers Election of officeri"' wai held last night at the V.f.W. Post Hall by the Vctoran» oj Foreign, Wars, Jack Tidboll Post 2722. 1 Those elected , were · Marvoy Ward, commantlcr;- Max Powell, senior vice-commander; Raymond Slape, junior -vice commander; John Hnrrcll, 1 . chaplain; Hubert Burch, quartermaster; J. C, Smith, 1 ' ;c advocate; Charles' Davis, Anderson, Oran Whltehouie, Iruiteee; J««s Ledford. itirgcon; 12 delegates elected to the district encampment, . · Installation of officers will, be held In April, The Post voted last night to send $55 to th. Tornado Relief Fund. Mrs. Hardy Honored On 76th Birthday Mr«. W. C. Hardy of Southwest City, · Mo.,_ was complimented Wednesday with a dinner, in ob- servanc. of her 78th birthday, given by her (laughter, Mri. Glenn Rlcketts, nt the iiicketts horr.e on ·Vandevcnlor. " Guests Included Mends o f ' t h e honorcc, nil from Southwell City, Mrs, -Floyd Rice, Mri,. · C. B. Slankcnshlp, Mrs. Charlie Queen, Mrs. Smith, Mrs, Maggie Evans and daughter, Fern, Mrs. ?»!ary Houck, "rs. Josle Walker, MI-5. Ada Fields, Mrs. A n n a ' P a u l and Mrs. : Ima Watson, W, C. Hardy, n n c r ' h e r granddaughter, Mrs. Dorothy Maples and children from Sweelwater, Texai. Rainbow Girls Have Formal Initiation the Order of Rainbow for Glrli held formal initiation Tuesday night tor Mnrilyn Ambrose in th? Mannnic Temple: Several Masoni and Eastern Star members were present, nnd Miss Judy Bnss, past Personals L. B. Smith h»3 Just returned from · BBilneM trip to New York, Washington, D. C., and Miami, Fla, ·' · · · Staff Sft. Louie 8. Jirnlgan. son pf Mr. and Mrs,' Clirk M. Jarnigan of Fayetttvllle, has been assigned to the 1912th Airways and Air Communication! Squadron, Middleton, Pa., from Landi- btrg, Germany. · · · worthy advisor from Magnolia, was a special guest, A regular business meeting pre- ced«l the initiatory work. Final [jlans .were made for the grand if fleers' night to be held April 12 including a banquet at 8:30 p. m n Ferguson's Dining Room and . meeting at 8 p. m. In the Mas'onii Temple. The Fnyeltevllle Assembly o he order will observe Its 2Sth nlversary April fl, by attcndin; he Central Presbyterian Churcl n'a/body: The Arkansas Grand Assmbly o'be held June 15-1B at the XJnl- 'crslty, WHS discussed. Refreshments were served in the lounge Word wan received here, at noon yesterday by N(rs.. I, .C. Huff, ol the'death of-her brother,'Allen CY Aler, following » heart attack at his home . in .' Gulveston, Texas. Funeral services and burial will be tomorrow at Waco, Texas.. J'vt. Theo Hall, Jr., son of Mr. and'Mri. Theo Hall, 105V4 Willow Avenue, is now taking '.iis. Army basic training with the '10th In- 'antry Diviiibn at Fort Rile'y, Kan; ils wife is'the former Miss Clara Jean Parkt of Foy.tt.ville. . Lloyd 0. Warren, son of f/r. and ,,,,,,,.,,...,.,,,,..,, UJ , .v,rs. E. L. Wsrren of the Otkland ind his grandfather. Solo community, former University in also been featured by Announcements · Mineral gprlnga Community improvement Aa«clallon There will he a meeting of the illncral Springs Community Im- rdvcrnent- Program . Association ijs. evening (ft 7:30 o'clock/In th ommunlty Hall. 'Committees wil e appointed to carry .out each f tho four phases jf the program doptpd aC th,e " last meeting; cupdary , lines .established a n c thqr ' business pertaining' to the rosram discussed. ' mtnn.Mountain . .esort Association The next meeting oMhe Boston lountnln Resort Aisociitioh will o held Tuesday at 8 p..in,, In the edgVwood·: Court .Bluff Cafe, here will be nomination of otfi- ers. '·· . huroh of the Naiarrne, Goihen There will be all-day services 1 thr Goshcn Nazarene Church unday with Sunday Schcml at i.m. and evangelistic services t 11 a.m. The Rev. Bob Carrol ·ill be special speaker. Lunch '111 be served at noon and dedi- ition services for the new par- Be'wll] be held in the aftcr- non with Ihe Rev. W. H. John- district superintendent, as special speaker. unior Art Center Classes The Junior Art Center Classes ·111 not meet this Saturday as ;heduled. AUW Meeting Prof. Edwin E. Dunaway, pro- s.sor of law at the University id former Justice of the Arkans Supreme Court, will speak tp e Faycttevlllc Branch of tlie merlcnn Association of Univcr- ty Women,' Tuesday at 3:30 p. rn. c Game Room of the Student lion. His. topic will be "Election tws nnri Practices in Arkansas." ils in'ogrum will be prcsentgd by c Social Studies Group - with rs. Franz Adlcr as chairman. »ni Mn F. B, C GRADUATES OBTAIN GOOD POSITIONS Fer 11 yein thl« colUga hat r.nd.r* aallifacloiy "rvlc. In both Initructlon and In In. plactmtnl el ilud.nla In saflifaclory jotn. Writ, (or Information. ENROLL APRIL 1, 1952 F A Y E T T E V I L L E BUSINESS COLLEGE 'Tfct School rov'ff Llfto" Form.r FIC ilud.nla, conlacl ui al ·net U rou art ml ol mplarni«*t Mm ulli ·« r*»lT*4 *·« Ihti «· slructor In the department of en tomology, now a graduate studen at Kansai State' College, Msnhat tan, had been initiated i n t o . f h Eta Chapter of Gamma Sisma Del la, a national .honor-society for th recognition of outstanding achieve ment in agriculture ar.d relatcc science!. P.T.A, Council Names New Officers The Fayeltevllle Council-of the Parent-Teachers Awoclation me Tuesday evening at the Schoo Administration Building, at which time officers were elected for the next ichool year. Those electet to nerve are: Mrs. A. W. Blake, president Mrs. F. N. Stuckey, vice-president Mrs. W. P. Jenkins, secretary Mr«. Wallace Wilson, treasurer. A committee composed of representatives from the local-P.T.A Unite elected Mrs. O.-H. Gamble as president of the Junior High P.T.A., which will be organized 'in the fall. Mrs. Gamble and Mr» Blake will attend the State Convention In Little Hock, April 14 IS and 16th. California Is Site For Scout Jamboree Word has just been received that the National Jamboree of the Boy Scouts of America will probably be held on the Irvine Ranch, near Santa Ana in Southern California, July 10th to 16th, 1953. The last National Jamboree was held In I960 at Valley J'orge. Pa., w'ith'fiprn't 47,000-boys and leaders In Mtendane*.-' v- '/ · . the National Jamboree /or IMS will be limited to 90,000 Scouts and leaders. This will ik the third National Jamboree. Westark Council will have Scouts going. Army, Air Force Staff Hosts Tonight At Dinner the. off leers of the Army and Air Force «taff.of th. University will entertain .with a buffet din- icr .this .vcnlng, at 7 o'clock at .lie Mountain Inn. The dinner will precede the'annual military ball given by th. Army and Air Force R. O. T. C. units in. the University House from 9 lo 12 o'clock. Following the dinner, the guests will attend the military ball '.'here Ray Anthony and his orchestra will play. jolem Club Collects : or Tornado Victims , · The Salem Home Demonstration Club met' Wednesday at ttie Com- ninlty House during which time ix quilts were tacked, A number of articles of cloth- ng were brought 'by members for he tornado relief collection. St. Joseph Mrs. Frcy Hostess To Commerce Wives Mn. Harold Fiey «ntertainid the Commerce Wives Club yesterday at her home .on Ranch Drive. She was assisted by Mri, Paul McWhorter an'd Mrs. Robert Hay. The afternoon was spent sewing and playing bridge. Prizes were won by Mrs. John Kane, Mrs. George Hunsberger and Mrs. Russell Westmcyer. Soloduhin Featured With Don Cossack Group Gabriel Soloduhin, whose'hair- nliing dagger dance it one /t the moit exciting : Interlude! in the program of the Platoff Don Cossack lingers and dancen to be presented at. the'University Field House at 8 p.m. Wednesday,,is probably the most photographed' Cossack In the world..He hai made dozens of motion picturei and. is summoned to Hollywood whenever there is a call for.a colorful Cossack in a movie..,A' daring horseman, trained by; his father Soloduhin has , Ringllng Brothers and Barnum and Bailey's Circus to riding spectacles; performing the famous Cossack tricks of riding. · ; . . ' · -' ' i I n ' t h e current program of the Cossacks, SolodUhin is featured j In the Lezginka, a. v barbaric Caucasian, dance which begins on the sad lilt of a peasant song and concludes in a wild dance of jubilation. With the entire chorus providing the vocal background. Solo duhin pcrrforms the traditiona darice with daggers which never fails to stir his audience. Tickets to the performance wil! be available at the door. University students will be admitted with their activities tickets. Ciliforriii's Sallon Sea Damages U.S. Base Indio, Calif.-(fl)-The Saltbn Sea, 237.3 feet below sea level, has riien two, feet since last October and has forced the relocation of runways and other facilities of the Sandy Beach Atomic Energy Base. The ID-mile long body of water is causing Ihousands of dollars damage to docks, piers and private property, and damage claims of $220,000 have been filed.' Imperial Irrigation District au- .horitics laid yesterday, that the ;ea has gained about 583 million ons of water in the last six months. Storms have contributed only a small portion of this, seepage and ' natural inflow being chiefly responsible. Fatality Toll Reaches 13 In Arkansas Little Rock-yP)-A farming ac- lident and an unexplained injury Phurfday brought to. 13 the Ar- tknsaa' fatality toll' jinct last «Ibhday.' Buford Wilkinson, 29, vas killed when he fell off his ractor and the machine ran over lim. Wilkinson was working on farm near Burdette, Mississipp bounty. Coroner E. M. Holt said Vilkinson apparently suffered a icart attack before he fell. Clyde Bailey, 56, of Big Spring 'exas, died of a head injury suf- cred at the Oaklawn race track Hot Springs, where he was em- loyed as a groom. Police are In- estigating. Dr. Allyn Power, Garand County coroner, said he was nable to determine v/hcther a low or a fall caused the injury Permits To Buy Steel ssued By The NPA Little . Rock-OT-The National 'roduction Authority has issued ermits to buy steel for $118,70,497 for construction in Aransas in the second quarter ol 1)52. One permit was for -Genera' Motors Corporation to buy steel or Jl,458,290 of construction on proposed aluminum casting lant at Malvcrn. --Sunday Strollers- i IfHIIUWJ ^IIV"*" little Girls Love Pretty Coats TUEW YORK--(NEA),i-Fash!on it just as essential to.the happiness of a small girl as it ii to that of her older aister or her mother. Pretty clothes do a great-deal for a girl at any age. Any small girl would be happy to go strolling on a bright spring Sunday wearing a coat that's inspired by Paris. Just such a coat ii ahown here (left) in navy wors- BT.GAILE DUGAS NBA Woman's Editor · tei) gabardine. It has a small, nipped waist and full, flared hem. There's-.a..big,, double detachable cAachman'i cape collar of gabardine and powder blue faille. With this collar off, the coat becomes tailored and clastic. Faille accent it carried out in button trim and repeated in the traditionally Parisian bowler hat. It'a an adaptation of a Pierre Balmain design. Another Paris-inspired e o a t (rliht) is lilac-ahd-yellow all- wool plaid in a pyramid design. Double-breasted, it has yolk back, inset sleeves, slot pockets .and removable , faille revere and cuffs. The matching plaid-faced turn- back hat has a long faille streamer. Alice's Beauty Shop HOW UP TOWM 7W E. MT. »T. Perm. Latest StyUi P-»!on»blt Price* Phone 620 .r 73J1 Eytninai ANNOUNCEMENT To OUR RURAL FRIENDS We offer complete service with installation of our high grade plumbing fixtures. We have Pipe, Pump and all other Plumbing Necessities. We have Steel or Plastic Pipe. Bring all your Plumbing Problems to us. We will help you solve them. Fayetteville Plumbing Htoting Co, 310 North W«it. Phont 730 Quick Stop Puts End to Holdup New York-(/P)-A swift, brake- jamming stop today' saved $23 for Taximah Lawrence Gibson. A hold-up man entered his hack took the money and ordered Gibson to keep driving. Sighting a police radio car, Gibson, 30, stopped so fast the robber fell ofl the seat. Gibson leaped Irom the cab and yelled to police, who arrested Albert Blanchard, 27. Eisenhower Expected To Submit Resignation Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers In Europe - (fl) - Among Allied officers at SHAPE there is little doubt their boss, General Eisenhower, will submit his resignation shortly after his annual report is published next Wednesday. The general himself has said nothing of the sort. But staff of- "icers believe he would like to ieave here sometime during the ast two weeks of May, after the Oregon presidential primary. To depart, at that time, he likely would write his resignation letter .0 President Truman--probably to )e submitted through Defense Secretary Lovctt.-- at least a month before he leaves. It would take that long for the resignation to be approved by the H nations contributing to his Allied command and get their approval for a successor. Assembly Ratifies Trealy Paris-(/Pj-Thc French National Assembly ratified the Japanese treaty today by a vote of 309 to 101. Restaurant Heal Prices Are Ordered "Frozen" · Washington-W-eslaurar meal prices have been frozen, effective April 7, ·· a t ' thf Ir February 3-8 level. And' operators must post by April 25 the ceilings on their main food and drink iterrj. The Office of Price Stabilization issued the order last night. It said restaurants could change their prices up or down .only on OPS orders. These would be based primarily on signicant changes in the Bureau of Labor statistics' monthly wholesale food price index. Price Stabilizer Ellis Arnail said ic foresaw no general changes in restaurant prices since fooJ costs are "fairly well stabilized." Misprint In Stamp May Mean Honey For Some United Nations, N. Y.-(fl)-Misprinted three-cent stamps showing the U. N. flag at half mast have been retired from circulation and face vjlue purchase, price--are being sold as usual her* tod.ay-. Only a few of the starnpi got out through the stamp window pf the U. S. post office located in the U. N. Building and that may give the misprints a curiosity value to stamp collectors which may mean real money to the few holders some day. It .was the first real misprint f l a w discovered in U. N. stamps out of the printing order of 35 million placed last fall. British Isles Hit By Blizzard; Snow Piles Up London-ffl'j-A blustery spring blizzard hit most of the British Isles today. Snow drifts up to six inches were reported in aorne First Crate Of Bexries In Arkansas Sold .De Queen, Ark.-(/P)-A crate of strawberries, believed to be the 'irst from the 1952 Arkansas crop, las been marketed by F. M. Renfrew of Route 2, De Queen. He sold the crate to L.-6..'Shrill, good stamps--worth only their. Horatio marketing agent, for $10. REVIVAL Second Baptist Church Beginning Sunday, March 30 Each Evening at 7:30 EVANGELIST TOM RICHARDS Pianist Bobby Htndr»x Song Under Gent layman EVERYONE WELCOME TO ATTEND N. V. DRAKE, Pastor Here Is An Opportunity to SAVE on Drug items at the RED GROSS DRUG STORE RIX ALARM CLOCKS $2.39 CHARLES AMTELL Lanolin and Hormone " ow ' 3.95 now 2.00 Buy Pepsodenl Tooth Pnle, 63 lube, Receive 1 bar Lux Soap 1^ Listerene Tooth Paste . . . ... . . . . 2for5# Buy Drene Shampoo, lge, r 57, Receive one 25 size free Pro-Phy-Lac-Tic Tooth Brushes . . . . . .3for69 Suave $ Ii«Egfl Shampoo £ both for , , , . M 00 ^,.., Palm Olive Shave Cream ^Silver Star i^ both 49 Wildrool Liquid Cream Shampoo . 2 for 39 Jeris Hair Tonic and Fore Shave Lotion ££ . . . 74* Filch Shampoo, 58 Value . 2for29 Reg. as" DOUBLE DAHDERINE 2 for 47c BISMAREX For Acid Stomach 69c and $1.69 RED CROSS DRUG NORTH SIDI SQUARI 4fO I

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