Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 7, 1952 · Page 5
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April 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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by Misi Tanta LJzer Easter mean new clothes am gay Easter bon nets . . . but to children Easter m e a n s colored eggs, baby chickens a n d especially B u n n R a b b i t s . Wit! y o u r child ii mind the Fay- ·ItiTillt Drug has on display the . c u t e s t l i t t l e Easter Toys you could find anywhere . . . and candy eggs colored in all the colors of the .rainbow, chocolate rabbits etc. Leave your.order for the Easter Bunny to visit your child on one of'the-most important days in his young life. And for the person on your gift list .too old for candy rabbits, . Pangburn's, the maker of fine chocolates, has p a c k a g e d in lovely Easter boxes the most thoughtful of gifts. Chocolates! In any size 'box you prefer and you find these only at F«y«tttTill« · Drug. And to conclude, it still isn't too late to send an Easter Greeting Card. -See their selection of Hallmark cards. "You send the best when you send a Hallmark Greeting Card." Speaking of Eastei confections . . Have you s e e n Silrir- mftn'g new hats and blouses . . . The r 'Easter Bonnets look like bouquets picked right out of your garden . . . and the b l o u s e s are so frothy, feminine and frilly, they are sheer delight . . . truly the prettiest picture frame you ever had. Their Easter gift to you is some marvelous reductions on coats, suits, and dresses, just in time to help, you get that new Easter outfit, and incidentally if you don't have a charge account at Silv*r- man'i why don't you open one? W h a t won't t h e y think of n e x t for t h i s starting generation? It's amazing what you can buy these days .. for the little ones ; | . . . things that ;'·· are very new and '* different. T h e "' Boilon filer* has just received a shipment of Diaper Jeans of blue or yellow denim that should make mom, pop and the negihbors sit up and take notice. We've never seen anything quite so cute and unusual and we ·re, certain you will, agree. The Jems come in small,' medium and large sizes . . . price, $1.39. And to match Diaper Coats of the same material, lined in red or brown . . . AND bootees laced with soft leather ties. The bootees com* in tizo 0 to 2 and are only $2.19. To complete the western outfit are plaid shirts from ( months to 18 months at $1.49. See them soon in the Baby Department at the BeitoB Slot*. * Single Judge Nay Hear Suit On Segregation Attorneys For Two School Districts Win Contentions Little Rock -OP)- Opposing at- orneys have agreed that two pending racial segregation tul may be tried before one feder udge rather than three. Attorneys for two defenda ichool districts contended that hree-judge court was unnece ary. And Saturday, Harold Flow rs. Pine Bluff Negro lawyer, wh epresents the plaintiffs, consente o dissolution of the three-judg ourt. Flowers represents groups egro plaintiffs who are attackin onstitutionality of a state la\ roviding- for separate schools fo legro and white · pupils. At h equest, a three-judge court wa ordered. If the cases were to be trie before a three-judge panel, ap peals could be.taken direct to th U. S. Supreme Court. If the spe cial court is dissolved, the Fordyc suit will be heard by Distric Judge Thomas C. Trimble, an the Hughes suit by District Judg Harry J. Lemley. Third--and pre siding--member of the specia court is Federal Circuit Judgi Walter G. Riddick. ell -T3II ' Texas Company Observes Its 50th Birthday New York-(ip)-The Texas Company which started out with $50,000 in borrowed capital half a century ago,' celebrates its 50th birthday today with assets of 1.14 billion dollars. The history of the huge petroleum company -- now Hie seventh largest manufacturin, corporation in the nation -- wi! be reviewed tonight at a series of family parties in 29 U. S. cities for veteran Texaco employes. Donort Aid Airi Group* The Kroger Company and Chris Finkbeiner, owner of the Little Rock Packing company, have donated money to the Arkansas Animal Industry Association of the U. A. College of Agriculture. Both appropriations will be used for trophies to be awarded in an intra-state 'college, judging contest at the University April'26 in connection with Agri Day. Kee» ·» with tM tone*--read the TIMES daily. Smart styles demand attention and these Easter Crea- tions spell S M A R T in capital letters. The far reaching scope of Carolyn enables her to offer more different fabrics, styles and touches than any other designer. Our racks hold many things you'll want. One Week Only SALE! Barbizon Bryn Fair Regular $3.00 ;··· I White Sizes 9-15, 'J\ 10-20, 38-44, N 14 ]/2-241/2 Pink Sizes 10-20, 141/2-241/2, 38-44 Once a year Sale of this basic, famous brand slip. In Barbizon's washable long wearing crepe that so many women swear by. Save 71 c in this sale. Your wardrobe needs this slip. has Carolyn fashions for Easter /*) t^nt Suits Coats Dresses Short Coats $45.00-$69.50 Dresses $17.98434 50 and Suits $55.00 to $89.50 Select Your Easter Suit From This Sale Group Over thirty-seven pieces for you to choose from. You'll see fine fabrics in all wool, gabardine, novel worsteds and U grey flannels. You can't find a better value. Sizes 10 to 20. Reg. $45.00 Value · Reduced Prices!! Famous Label Brand TOPPERS $ 28 5 37 Hammered Nylon Dress Always right, always ready--the sleeveless dregs, rhinestone buttoned, of hammered nylon that washes like a hanky, dries quickly and requires no ironing. Pink, aqua, navy and black in sizes 10 to 20. Values to $49.50 itI?liMMSiSm^^ "«: '* in .for your Easter W'ardrobe ;1 * / Cinderella GGGauge Hose j Sheer, flawless, nylons, tailored seams, and built in durability. Cinderella nylons you know, so now enjoy these 60 gauge beauties of a new low ^^^ price. We have three lovely m ^^ Maxine spr t in9 shades ' Sizes 81//z to tit . . * . . Polished Call Handbags '.'~'. d y. $ 798 plus tax Navy Black Red Brown Exauisite calf bogs, soft to the touch and »tylt» that look twice....thi« price. Inside fittings you'H«llk«. Navy, Spring's first choice, with thnw othtrjMpukir shades . .. o dozen styles. ^f · . ^ ...,.: I

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