Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 10, 1952 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 10, 1952
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·r HAL Cincinnati-W)-\Mien you register «t · hotel, the deik clerk bann a btll importantly and call] out: "Boy! Show thli f«nteman to R room." Th« next f«w leconds are al- wayi full ef tremendous suspenie. Getting a hotel room it one of the great dramas of everyday American life. Each person must play hi» role exactly right er the whole thing is ruined. The desk clerk has acted hte part perfectly. He looked at you with icy suspicion when you first stepped meekly up to him, like a prisoner at the bar of justice. Then a slow smile spread ovc' his stern countenance like a froze' river breaking up in spring. Yes sir! Prefer a tub or shower? Ayou sign your name a small sen lation of self-respect creeps back* , UNDER THE MARINES' WING-An American Marine protec- | lively places his arms about two homeless Korean cnildren as he ; ; reads a plaque of dedication at the U. Si Marine Orphanage near.' Pohang. Kokea. Officers and enlisted men of the Tir«t Marine Air ! Wing in Korea contributed over JS500 to pay for the orphanage, ' and the land on which it stands Column BOVI.F. into you. "Boy! Show" this gentleman to his room! 1 ' \ Who will step forv.-ard? Whoever he is, he will make or break the whole performance. There are some bellhops whu pick up your bags, stare at them disdainfully and m a k e you foe! like a dime store thief as you t r a i l Ihem through the lobby to the elevator. Others can do it with po'np .-ind sremony, as if they worn Clen- iBtra's nervnnts unrolling-the wcl- nme rug for the great Caefar. ^ther Ruesls Ibok up impressed, ·nd you secretly hops they think ··ou ere a mighty elephant hunter ist In from Africa. Some day a perrtv. hotel will i built. One of the first things · -ey will do is hire midgets to strew rose petali In y o i r path. I have always thought that would make an impressive entrance. Thcro are all sorts of bellhops. Veteran travelers will recall at least some of these types: 1. The elrlcily retainer bellhop he is ivhitc-haired and tlme- j b o m and has been with the hotel I pver since it put in Its tint Gideon | Bible. Up usually picks up your i briefcase in d i R n l f U M silence, and i y o n carry the heavy bags your- i s c l f , cratcful tn be of any assistant; you can. 1, The pal»y-wal«y btllhop--M itarts whispering In your car In the eltvater. gives you the lowdown on the town, and waltf until you open your bag in the room to see if It contain! an open bottl* he can share. 3. Trie chambfr-of-rommerc! bellhop--"We've a little city here, lir," he says, and beglni unreeling statistic! on bank clearings, employment figures and tht prospect of new Induitriei. This boy lets you know he expects to own the hotel himself soon. 4. The buiy bee bellhop--ht nutter* about the room opmlng wlndowi that ought to be clostd and closing windows that oughi to he left open. Whtn he finally says, "will that be ill, sir?" You feel as If the very Hast you can do l« offer to send him through college. ' 5. The Hamlet bellhop--he never titters a v.'ord. just puts down your liag and looks at you like a mei- ancholy hound dog. On his tn't i is an exprexcion that asks silent- j ly, "how could life 1)0 thU to i me?" You have * wild p«flw o f ! ) fear that inn wiHtMfi* «* roll down his cheek*. 0. Th» dodo bellhop--this U th« old-fashioned bellhop who t»U» you briskly and cheerfully to your room, putt down your bag, hand' you your key, and «*yi "thank you" if you five him an old- fashioned Ivvc^-blt tip. Most bellhop co'lectort I know insist this type is now extinct in America, and has 'bten tot yean. They say that if you offer a bellhop only a quarter today h* will Inok at" it and ask in honest *ur- orise, ."what Is it?" ' Don't Miss GRAND OPENING TAYLOR TIRE CO. Highway 71 North FREE SOFT DRINKS FOR ALL ALL THIS WEEK i DOGGY PLAYGROUND-A little German girl readies her pet : [ for a treadmill -solo" at a playground especially designed for ' j. canine amusement in Frankfurt, Germany. Question 1 fs: ! Which I rider "is most amused? The park project is aimed at keeping doga off the city's streets. - * Dairy Month Event Planned In State Emil W. Weiss of El Dorado will serve as Arkansas chairman of the 1952 June Dairy Month campaign. The merchandising and public relations drive celebrates the time of year when cow's milk is the richest anrt-most p l e n t i f u l . Weiss is general manager of El Dorado's Dixie Creamery Company. The American Dairy Association, the American Butter Institute, Dairy Indostries Supply Association, Evaporated Milk Association, International Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers, Milk Ind u s t r y Foundation, National Cheese .Institute, National Creameries Association, National Milk Prsducers Federation, and the National Dairy Council are sponsors. Richest of all coffees gives you 10-15 more cups per pound yet costs only 2 cents more AT LOW PRICES TOO * '. ! Miracle Whip Dressing, qt 4Sc Donald Duck Orange Juice, 46 oz.. 19c Griffin Coffee, Ib. . . . . . . 83c Sunshine Crackers, Ib. 22c Wolf Premium Meol,5lbs32clOlbs59c All Carton Pop 19c Kleenex, 300 size 24c Curtis Marshmallows, 10-oz pkgs, 2/35c Wesson Oil, Qt. 55c, Pt 29c C R f S C O .. .. 3lbs. 78* 23* FROZEN STRAWBERRIES We Will Have Plenty 12 oz. Frozen Orange Juice, 6 oz. 2 for 29c Florida Juice Oranges, doz. White Grape Fruits, 6 for 23c 29c Large Hershey Bars. . . 19c Lettuce, 2 Large Heads . . . . 27c Fancy Celery, Stalk 10c Chief Oleo, Ib. . Can Biscuits, 2 for PICNIC HAMS Ib. 17c 25c 38 Corn King Bacon, Ib. 33 HENS lb.46c Fancy FRYERS, Ib. 48c MISSION STREET GROCERY Prices Ge«4 Thurt., Frl., cnrf Set. 525 MISSION We Will Close One Hour, From 1 to 2 P.M. Friday Afternoon for the Good Friday Services at the Baptist . Church. Stop by after the Services for Coffee and Cookies served from 2 to 6 P.M. HAM STEAKS Ib. 89c Cut an inch Thick. Something Special for your Easter Garnish with your Swift's Premium Ham FREE -- Get your Bunny Rabbit Cut-Outs To Garnish the Hdm Plotter Also instructions on how to carve a ham HAM Short Shank Portion From in to It Ib. 55c Our Annual Swift's Premium Red Label Fully Cooked HAM SALE Why spend all day Saturday cooking a Ham? Or wor*B.. .. why have to worry with it on Sunday morning? Serve a Swift's Premium Fully Cooked Ham. No shrinkage from cooking. Just warm it to serve it hot. ^riday Only Trout. Rainbow Butt Portion From 16 to IV Ib. Each 49c 69c Swift's Premium Red Label,.Fully Cooked HAMS 10 to 12 Ib. Whole Ib. 63c center slices. Swift's Premium Cured IO-12-lb. Whole Swift's Premium Cured Hams, Blue Label. . Ib. 59c TT O V V - 0 shankPortion Swift's Premium Cured rldTTlS 4 to 6 lbs ' Hams^lue Label Mb. 59c e "tL "sWf Ib: Half hams cut from 12-14 Ib. hams with all the . ' Visit Our Cheese Bar Food Sol©' Muenster--Year Old New York Cheese--Mello T r * 1.1" * ii m i Cured Cheddar--Beer Brick Cheese--Black Rind-i o Compliment t o e Meal _ . . . . . . . . r Gouda--Wisconsin Aged. , Dulany Frozen Dulany Frozen Com 2!tf Pea$ 2l£ Packed In Syrup No. 2 Can Sweet P o t a t o e s . . . . 23c Dulany Frozen Dulany Frozen Baby Green Limas 21 ( Mixed Vegetables. 21* p, ire I nrr | Q Ik io-oz. Pkg. io-ot. Pkg. rUic LUiCJ, O"IU. Now Is A Good Time To Stock Your Freezer Sitroux Johnson Ft. Howard Toilet Tussue 4 Rolls 25 Coca-Cola Dr. Pepper Nesbitt Orange Seven-Up All Soft Drinks 6Btl.Ctn. 19c Dinner Napkins Large Size Pkg. GLOGOAT - Sale Both Vi Gal. With Applicator . for Large, Fresh COUNTRY EGGS Doz. 29c We Will Also Have Large All White Eggs 'Specially for Coloring. Firm Red Ripe TOMATOES, Tube . 25c Little Cherry Red RADISHES, 3 Bchs.. . lOc Fresh Strawberry RHUBARB, Ib 19c Easter Eatirt' ORANGES California's Finest 2 Doz. 39c Just in Time for Easter Fresh Asparagus Ib. 29c Remember Someone With An Easter Fruit Basket $5.00 Up

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