Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1952 · Page 5
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April 17, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Springdale The Winsome Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met .Tuesday night at the home of Miss Betty Morris on Hokomb Street. The class voted to continue to sponsor a needy family. Officers were elected as follows: Mrs. W. A. Hardister. president; Mrs. W. T. Pitts, membership; 1 Mrs. Claude Rust, personal ministries chairman; Mrs. Don Hatfield, stewardship chairman; Mrs. Stanley Jordan, fellowship chairman; Mrs. Cordelia Foe, secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Pauline Tripp, assistant secretary; and Mrs. Espen Walters and Miss Morris, group captains. The devotional WF.S given by" Mrs. Claude Rust. At the close bl the meeting refreshments were served. The Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church met MAN Says He Stopped Taking BAKING SODA One nun told tit he took bakinc ·oda for ytirt. Claims lie used It for STOMACH GAS. Says he wu a regular victim of gas bloat, heartburn and dyspepsia. But now he has quit the soda hahit and Is *rais!nf Certa-Vln to the sky! Thr New Medicine, CERTA- VIN, ii now bringing., real relief to many ras victims here In Fay- .etterille. It acts to relieve the gas caused by food laying UNdigested in the stomach. CERTA-VIN also supplies vlta- ' mln B-l when nteded to help pre- i-ent Indigestion miseries from mining back That's now This New Medicine gets at a REAL · CAUSE of gas and indigestion he- cause it helps AVOID a RETURN of the suffering. . Many have waited years for a medicine like this, because it gives Real L A S T I N G Relief (when taken as directed) and it supplies Iron, too, when your system needs this important mineral. Certa-Vin does even more! It will rJirich the nlood (increase Ted blood corpuscles) to overcome that tiled, worn-out feeling. . So don't go on suffering! If you j ·veil with gas or feel weak and rundown, due to the above conditions, get CERTA-VIN--Fa.vette- .ville Drug Store. ~Largf Bottle $1.65. Tuesday night In the lounge of the church. Mr«. Charles Sharum brought the devotional thoughts. Mrs. James Toopes, assisted by Mrs. Max Cox, Mrs. Pat Henry, and Mrs. Kenneth Morris, presented the program on "Brotherhood in L a b o r Labor and Humanizing Relations." Mrs. Lee Womack, guild president, conducted the business meeting. Refreshments were served to the members present by Mrs. Wilbur Watson and Mrs. E. J. Guise, who were hostesses. Dr. David Harner left Tuesday night for Little Hock to attend the 46th annual 'convention of the Arkansas Optometric Association. evening. Dr. and Mrs. S^ E. Williams left Wednesday for a two-week vacation trip. They will visit iheir son. Dale Williams, and fam- .ily in Blackwell.'Okla.; their son, 1 . i.-i Albuquerque, N. M.; relatives and friends at Carnegie ...'J Hydro, Okia.; and another son, Cecil Williams, and family at Enid, Okla. Mrs. B. Huckaby, who lives southeast of Springdale, was taken to the'City Hospital Tuesday afternoon in a Callison-Sisco ambulance. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKim of the L. and P. Gas Company are spending the week in Mississippi on a business trip. Miss Betty Ruth Kelly, a sophomore at the William Wood College at Fulton, Mo., spent Easter with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kelly, on Pleasant Street. The Rev. J. Ivey Miller, .a returned missionary from Chile, conducted.a simultaneous .revival meeting "in the First Baptist Church last week. He left early Monday mornine to join his family in Dallas, Texas. The Rev. Stanley Jordan accompanied him as far as Greenville, Texas, where he is conducing a revival meeting this week. Revival services bfcean at the Brush Creek Baptist Church Sunday and will continue through April 20. The Hev. Jessie Coleman is doing the preaching. A/3C Howard R. Wilson, son of i Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wilson of ! DOROTHY DIX -- CONTINUED FROM PACE FOUR is a wild, .untethered emotion, to others just a warm, comfortable feeling of security with the beloved. Love absolutely evades a positive definition. You Are Unitable You are probably a vacillating person, and so cannot be stable even in love. I think also that you expect too much from your young lady. Being more experienced in ] the ways of the world than she is, you find, perhaps, that some of I her actions arc a trifle gauche and become Impatient with her inexperience. Having known her only a year, you have exhausted the depths of her intelligence rathor quickly it you become bored with her already. , I doubt if marriage w i l l i strengthen your love. More likely i it will increase the boredom. The temporary separations thnt now mark your courtship are no solution to the problem. A separation makes you anxious to sen the girl after a brief absence, but marriage will permit.no such luxury as frequent vacations from each other. If a fairly constant association of a few weeks brings on an attack of tedium now, what will the constant companionship of marriage do? Your ultimate difficulty is that you are not willing to accept the responsibility of marriage in the first place, and secondly you are loath to make an effort to change your moody disposition, to a - m o r e cheery one. You ire disinclined to make any effort to meet your problem h a l f w a y »nd provide your own answers, though I'm sure you know what they «re. If you feel that you and your girl friend arc incompatible, tell her so now; don't prolong her hopes. If you sincerely look forward to marriage with her, tackle your own disposition and I'm sure vour outlook on love and life will'im- prove. Members Of Cabinet Hard To Keep Up With Washinglon-W)-Srhool teachers should not be too harsh with students who are unable to name the president's cabinet. Representative Scrivner (R-Kan) suggested today. "Changes lake place so rapidly, that even we here in Washington are unable to keep up with them." the Kansan said in his weekly 'rtlcr to constituents. BARGAIN BASEMENT ·Hove YQU You Shopped The Basement Lately? There's A Treat-A Bargain Treat- In Store For You Each Time You Do. I Springdale route, reported to Reese Air Force Base. Texas, for assignment with the headquarters section of the 3500the Pilot Training Wing. Cadets receive their last six months of training there and unon nraduation receive commissions as second lieutenants in the Air Force reserve. A revival meeting began Sunday at the Zion Methodist Church under the direction of the Rev. J. \V. Workman, pastor of the Wesley Methodist Church in Spring- ctelc. The Rev. Eric J. Reaves, evangelist of the North Arkansas Conference o f t h e M e t h o d i s t | Church, will be the speaker each Men's Store · By Holiday SPORT SHIRT? · SEERSUCKERS · SKIP-DENTS · PRINTED COTTONS $TI5 2 3 for $6 Made by Holiday which, means they are tailored perfectly and fit well. These sanforized sport shirts are made of summerVmost popular materials and sharply priced to bring you savings, We have all sizes in a wide range of patterns and suggest you buy your summer's supply. (Sjibell -T3« ^^^^ · *·*·* «·***··* *·" Face Size. . Cannon Bath Towels 65* 40* A good range of colon in this good qualify Cannon turkish towel al these low prices. Cig Group Chi's COTTON DRESSES Sizes 7 to 14 Truly a tremendou* value Children'i »iiei 7 to !X. Beautiful dreitei ert · price that toundt lik* 1930. 36" Printed Floral Sheen Cottons 39c yd, A good curtain fabric, ·About 89c value usually. 36" Striped and Solid Chambray 25cyd. · Precious Nylon Briefs , Sizes 6-7. White Precious nylon'~ tailored Into a hl«ly made, perfectly fitting brief. White only in S!ZM 8 and 7. ·3 Good Values! 82x105 Crinkled Bed Spreads..... 34x105 Rayon Bed Spreads.,,,,,. 84x107 Jacquard Cofron Spreads.. $J98 $2*« ·Not Skimped Anywrere-Made Right! 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They are full iiz« and ·Overed with good duit-proof, zipper closure tlcki. · Campbell-Bell Bedding, 1st Floor ( Ladies' Rayon Crepe Gowns $|19 Ron, Blue and Pink In this nice quality rayon crepe good for «ummer wear. Eaiy to laundry at a bargain price. Ladies' Nylon Crepe Gowns Just a few of tht»« but they art trf~ mendoui voluei at only $2.00. Boxer Jeans for Children $1.19 Faded Denim, Sizes 1 to 6 Children's Rayon Panties ....". 29c Sizes 6 to 12 only -«». *' Pr *~ Women's-Girls' Tee Shirts 95 Smartee Tee ihirti in a wld» range of «tyl«i and colon. Only $1.95. A Beauiiful Selection Blouses $| 93 We don't believe you can find pr»t- lier blouiei anywhere. Beth cotton* and crepei in a big anortment. They are genuine Bembergs which means they will tailor into the loveliest of cool summer dresses one could want. The patterns are" good, the width is 39" and priced at 60c yard which means that you save from 40c to 59c per yard. If you sew, have a friend that sews or have a dressmaker, this is, indeed, your opporaunity to get the summer dresses you wont at a savings of large magnitude. Campbell-Bell Yard Goods, 1st Floor First Choice 36" Brown Domestic . 29c 36" Fast Color Prints . . . 39c -IM3 ·After Easter Clearance Women's All Wool Short Coats $ 14 Your choice of our all wool $18.95 and $19.98 spring coats in solid and novelties for only $14.00

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