Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 7, 1952 · Page 8
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April 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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.·;». MOJTMMH AMAMU1 TIMB. FewMvMe. fefcm* Meefey, April 7, Iff! SIVE OR THESE SPECIALS Foiling Plane Smashes Homes In Queens All-Vegetable Shortening CRISCO «79c Con TIDE No Rinse Soap Powder Urge Box *»= WESSON OIL Pint . . . 25c Ql....49c Muawuuows 10-ox. Package Most of the debris in this picture represents the wreckage of one hoim smashed by the crash of a cargo plane Saturday in Queens, New York Shell of the house standing at the right hclongs to the owner of the parking lot. A picrc of the plane is visible to the left of the house I'ircmcn and other rescue workers stand amid wreckage. At leas five persons were killed in the crash. (AP Wirephoto). Skin Dry? Itchy? Oil-rich* Reiinol loftent and soothe*. Relief laitt 'Contain "-ono/in : RESINOL 0 """" Boullful Colon Atk F«t IMUIh. CLARK VENETIAN BLIND AWNING CO. li WIIIIMI r*. mi »n«r I a. m. Choirman Named For Agri Day At U. A. Preparations for the 37th an nual Aftri Day at the University to be held April 26, have begun with the appointment of committee chairmen to handle details o: the celebration. Jim McGehce, Piggott, manager of the Agri Students Association, which sponsors Agri Day named the following committee chairmen: H. A. Turney, Higden foods; Wayne Lemons, Gravelly exhibit; Richard Hudson, Harrison, rodeo; Gene Kerr, Gravette and Nancy Williams, North Little Rock, convocation; Loyd Ford Cotton Plant, program; James Atkinson, Morrillon, transportation Werner Essig, Paragould, invitation, and Bill Hestir, Wattensaw, publicity. Gold Nugget FLOUR 25-lb.Bog *1.59 HOMINY No. 2 Cons *1.00 IGA Tender PorkBeans 1O 16-0z. ·* Con, 5 1.00 Cut Green BEANS No. 1 Can JUST A SLIVER! Consumers Market STORE No. 1 $,SIM fQUARE PHONf f4 STORE No. 2 Cost of electric service takes only a little over one cent out of each dollar spent for living by the average family. SAFEWAY OUR PRICING POLICY . Sofewoy will meet the lowest advertised price of every competitor, item-by-item, day-by-day, quality and condition of merchandise considered. Prkes Effective Today Thru Thursday Highway Brand Sliced or Halves Peaches ^ 25 c Dolewood Colored in Quarters Margarine 18 C Armour's Star Fresh Pure Lard * 39 C Fine Quality Shortening -- Crisco or Snowdrift ^ 79' Gerbers or Heinz Baby Food ^ T Medium Size Graded in Cartons Fresh Eggs D 35 C All Large Site Soap Flakes r 25 Pet or Carnation Canned Milk 3 39 Small-Size -- Swifts or Armours -- 10 to 12 Ibs Easter Hams *· 59 Finest Quality -- At a Savings Fresh Fryers -49 Full-o-Gold Florida Orange Juice 19 Taste Tells Quality TomatoJuice 23 C Lolani Fresh-Tasting P'apple Juice 25 C Crisp, Solid Heads Green Cabbage 5 C Crisp, Green, Sweet-Flavored Pascal Celery 10 Busy Baker or Sunshine Krispy Fresh Cr'ckfe23 Town House Fancy Gr'fruit Juice 17 SAFEWAY DYES!. DIVISION MANAGE* A1S240

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