Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 1, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 1, 1952
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«U«rHWiST ARKANSAS IIMtS. royeHtvill*, ArKdhK*. inurjflpy, Mfl/ T,"IfWi Fifth Husbandry Degree Given To Grange Youths Garficld-(Special)~'Ihe Benton County Pomona Grange youth degree Learn made its ilrs.t officia appearance Tuesday night at th Apple Spur Community Building when.the fifth degree of patron, of husbandry was conferred upon Miss Joyce Maddocks and Junioi Hall, both of Oak Grove Grange 834. Washington County. ^ Members of the team are Garr; Marsha)! of Bayicss, master; Jimmie Don Jones, Garfield, overseer; Joyce Jones, lecturer, Kus- fiell May, steward, Ronald Michel assistant steward, and Curtis Smith, chaplain, all .of Rogers Lctha Hutton, Lowell, Ceres; Peg- ,£y Patterson; Pea RSdge, Pomona Clara Lou Spares, Springdale Flora; Helen May, Rogers, lady assistant steward; and Mrs. Mary May, pianist. · Mrs. Mary May presided. J. L, Moore acted as overseer, and Mrs Chloe Sumncr \vas lecturer/ The Courts Circuit Court Stale vs Ouster J. Volton, No'r- ma Edwards and Sue FJippin (robbery): Nol prosed. Stale vs Bill Lawrence (grand larceny): Turned over to FBI for Dyer Act charge. State vs John Byers: Bond ($750) forfeited. City vs Walter Beach (drunken driving).- Bond forfeited. .State vs Otto Myers and Otto · Verbenas, Petunias, Scirloi ] S»g« and Many Olher Flow- " ering Plinls · Tomato. Pepper and Egg Plants · Summer Blooming Bulbs and Flower Seeds A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phone 320 33 N. Block Myers, Jr. (selling adulterated and misbrandcd food): Bond forfeited. City vs Howard Pyeatt: Appeal dismissed for want of prosecution. City vs Joe L. Jones (drunken driving): Fined $25 and one day in jail; credit given for jail sentence. State vs H. C. (Fox) Leach (assault and battery): Defendant fined $100 and costs. State vs Claude Ciuther (trespass): Nol pressed. Norma Jean Lichlyter by Carl Lichlyter vs H. P. Williams and Eugene Corlcy: Judgment for plaintiff for $822. A. E. Shipley and Carson B. Taylor vs. Arvel George: Judgment by default against defendant. White Truck Sales vs D. L. Epp: Judgment by default. Chancery Court Suzannah C a m p b e l l vs Jo Campbell, Jr.: Decree of divorc to plaintiff, awarding custody minor child of parties to plaintif Alycne Greer vs .Carl R. Greer Decree of divorce to plaintif awarding custody of minor chil of parties to plaintiff. Ellen Knox Gucnthcr vs Wil liam C. Guenthcr: Decree of di vorce to plaintiff, plaintiff stored to maiden name of "Knox. Persona! To Women With, Nagging Backache Kf.tfpinR backache, lose of pep and energy, hcAtlarhcit nnrl diir.inciu mny be due to tlgn'- down of kidney function. Doctors nay pood kidney function ia very important to jtood ·health. When some everyday condition, such us stress and strain, causes thin important function loalnw down, many falkKBuffr rnag. Bfnfr backache -feel miserable. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wrong diet may cause collinc up nighte or frequent passages. Don't ncslcct your kidnryu if thuse condi. ttons bother you. Try Doan's Pills-a mild diuretic. Usod'micccsBfulIy by millions for ovnr 50 j-para. It's nmaiing how many timca Dnnn'» Rive happy relief from thenc disconi- furtG-helpthelSmilenof kidney lubes and fil- Un flush out waste. Get Doan'i Pilla todayl Municipal Court Clyde Judy, 44, Clifty, w;is finec SI and $21 costs for failure t yield the right of way in a three way collision Friday mornin; nine miles east of Highway 45 Judy's pickup and cars driven by Mary Cress, Huntsville, and Fran: J. Henlpy were involved. Damage was about $600. Today's Market-- St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, 111. ~(/P) (USDA)-Hogs 10,000; active; mar- ct generally 50 to 75 higher than iVcdnesday's average; choice 180230 Ibs. 18.50-75; top 18.75; highest since Feb. 5; paid rather freely XY shippers and butchers, mostly 'or choice Nos. 1 and 2 under 225 bs.; top to packers 18.50; 140-270 bs. choice grade 17.50-18.40; fev o 18.50; 280-350 Ibs. 16.75-18.40 50-170 Ibs. 16.7o-18.UO; 120-140 bs. 15.00-16.50; 100-110 Ibs. 13.5015.00: boars 11.00-13.00. Cattle 1,000, calves 600; trading active and prices showing strength on all clnsscs; few good to choice steers and heifers 31.00-32.75 commercial s t e e r s 27.00-28.40 utility and commercial cows 22.0025.00; canners and cutters 15.5021.50; bulls steady; utility and commercial 23.50-26.50; c u t t e r bulls 20.00-22.00; vcalers firm; big packers aggressive buyers sorted prime vcalers 37.00; good and choice 29.00-35.00; utility and commercial 20.00-28.00. Sheep 250; about steady; part deck choice woolcd lambs 28.50 load clipped lambs and yearlings Nos. 1 and 2 pelts 24.50; yearlings at 22.50; two year old wethers 20.50; add .head woolcd ewes 14.00 down. BEEBE'S RED TAG SPECIALS COSTUME JEWELRY EAR RINGS-PINS-NECKLACES-RINGS Up to $2.50 Value 79 WATCHES Men's Waterproof 17 JEWEL -- HAS EVERYTHING $29.95 Value $1995 DIAMOND RING 7 DIAMOND CLUSTER - CARAT SPREAD $99.95 Value $7995 LUGGAGE TOWNE and ROYAL TOUGH DUPONT FABRILITE 10% OFF BEEBE'S JEWELRY We Specialize in Time --Diamonds Too! 14 E. CENTER PENNEYlS -A LW A-Y S F I R S T Q U A L I T Y ! * IT'S -. .t-«-i'-j K?f£ PV' r ·.·? v to a LJ rack upon rack of excitinj new, just-arrived styles? SFF OHifj dozens of wonderful, cool, easy-to-care-for fabrics! I-J scores of fashion colors, patterns, details... in YOUR size! SfTfT OJ_J ID hundreds of tiny-priced dresses you'll wear now through Summer! i \ *V*r OUTSTANDING VALUES! 't't^iV 4to i^i 1 Sheer and fine and airy . .. definitely dress-up, and washable, too . . . no wonder rayon Bcmbcrq is a summcrrimo perennial! The 1952 news . .. now overprint-s ncross ffcsh floral;:. . . more-money detailing thon ever bnforn. LoK ni thorn at the Carnival, in Summer's best colors . . . 12-20, 141/2-24 '/2. LOTS OF FUN AT THE CARNSVAL! HUNDREDS OF NEW DRESSES! LOW PRICES! FREE DRESSES! "··4 TI ' ' i n -\^-* : imr-m'*mmt' ''***'"'fa ji}is*r- m IfiP !'· V// ·· t *· \ 'm ·!%?% nssvsst shzersS Filmy-bul-tough nylon tvicot jsrisy, gos»»mer« ehccr wovnu nylon ... both treasures for fait-diy- ing, littlc-or-no-iroihnj ways, botli newly tmut in email neat prints! Looks for billowing tkirb of whirls of "bakcd-iu" p;rmanent pleaU . . . fof new glitter b u t t o n s . . . for coft-toncd, expeaiivfft, looking prints. 12-20. f-

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