Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 8, 1952 · Page 15
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 8, 1952
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Be Opened Near Booneville Construction Of Building Started · South Of Fort Smith A representative of Dr. Braxton B. Sawyer, who conducts "The Radio Pulpit" over Radio Station KWHN at Fort Smith, today in. Fayetteville told/of plans to build »'Boyi Ranch 35 miles scuth of Fort Smith just off Highway 10, Bear Booneville. Construction of a $20,000 native stone 'administration building has started,' and cottages · Vubmai, Pttuniai, Scarlet Sag* and Macy Othtr Flowering Plants ·JTomalo, Pfpptr and Egg Planti · Summer Blooming Bulbs and Flower Beads 7 . A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phone 120 ' IS N. Block' for tke boys will b* built tana, U WM said. . . . '· Ground breaking eeremoniM for the project were Held last March with Mr. and Mrs. U. C. May of Booneville, who donated the land, turning the first ground. Talks were made byCirc ;t Judge J. Sam Woods; Sheriff /reniiss Maddux; J. Clib Barton, a Fort Smith attorney, and others,' .at. the groundbreaking ceremonier. · The project, is being .built ... the side of Washburri cretk, which will he.used for shimming and water sports. The farm which will make up the- Boys Ranch Is in a valley between Backbone rnoun- tains and Washburn- .mountains, and Dr. Sawyer has announced other. . land has been donated nearby where a Girls Ranch will be established Idler on. . The ranch will be' incorporated as a benevolent corporation, and will be foi 1 the use of boys who will be sent there rather' : thaVi to the state boys industrial : schools in Arkansas and Oklahoma. "I believe we can do the boys more gnod," Dr. Sawyer has s:id, -"by giving them proper moral guidance than any institution ca'n do:" A chapel will be part of thf ranch. Three middle-aged families have RADIO t TV SiRVICI latest TV T»«l . Equipment 24-Hour Service TRI-STATE SALIS JO. «20 W. Dickion Phoai 111 . . th»y will ntvt to th* rim* and tah* MipMUIblHty tor several of the boys, art It U »Ui»- ned to hive in avcnttr for each of the cottage, occupied..'. retired minister has agreed to supervise the spiritual life of the y.ungsteri, according to the founder. Dr. Sawytr has announced thai "This is not a one-man show:" and has said that tht Ranch will be turned over "to othsr. people te run. If some cHurch wants to take it over, that will be fine." Those paroled to the Hahch will "have all the advantages of home and none of the disadvantages of the environment from which they come:" It is planned to open the Ranch by September 1, so that the young boys can enter school this fall. Warren Strikes Out Al Democratic Ruli Albany. Ore.-f/t 1 ) - Gdv. B*rl Warren of California, cah)paigBt ing in Oregon for the' Republican presidential nomination, tilA las) niiht that if voters retain the Democratic ptrty if) ,power it mean? Shty "condonjj ipfiilciency arid finartcial irresponsibilily in government." . "Instead, of solving problems, the administration is standing them on' end for someone elt^ to solve, which means they arf leaving them for .our children," W ren -told * meeting sponsored civic groups jind the Linn Cpun fy Republican central Commute Restaurant Business finds Customers Outside Its Doors, And. Learns Profit Can Be Earned By Sideline Activities By SAM DAWSON New York-Grj-Tfhe restaurant business-^hard hit recently by television, risirif 'easts and prices, and the big baby crop--is looking far and finding businesj beyond its floors. At the annual meeting of the National Restaurant Association in Chicago this week members are reported trading tips on two profitable fields' some are exploiting: CraunHtm Formed The National Restaunnt Association is setting up a committee to study what foods are best for the service. Most restaurant men s«y it's best to concentrate on entrees, salads and desserts. They say beverages and.vegetables can be supplied easily at home anrt the patron balks at paying restaurant prices for them. It's a high margin of profit bus- Take-home food service arid thel"mess for Ihe restaurant because FREE HAWAIIAN O R C H I D For Every Lady Guest Oti MOTHERS DAY, MAY 11 A; Q, Chicken House Highway 71 North of Springdalfe WAREHOUSE SURPLUS OF WALLPAPER TREMENDOUS UVINGS INILLTYKS III STYLES IF WALLPAPERS ,,. LIVINO ROOMS, DINiNfi ROOMS. KOROIMS, KITOHEIS III IATHS WI HAVI MEN SlNT OUt MOMfTIONAW SHAPI Of DRAITICMIY RIOUClD IN OROU TO CU«K OUt WAIIHOUUS BUDGET CROUP Valuit to ISc'Roil 0 ll RiX PATTERNS FOR ANY ROOM Valuei to 37c Roll 25 Roll .LOWPRICE QUALITY GROUP ta 74c Roll EXTRA SPECIAL 10 and 12-ROLL ROOM LOTS WHILE THEY 'LAST $1 Hundreds of Other Lovely Wallpipera Priced up to $£QO (toll C H 6 I G E S E L E C T I O N to MLME toll FWE QUALITY |HtlP to ttf »eH MR 69 FREE WALLPAPER TOOL KIT WITH HOOM WRCHASl OF IncludM all teoli nieded to hang wallpaper. limit On* to a CuDomtf Scrvbbablt WALLPAPfR · mire eixm FM IAJT-TMIIM IMUTY · LOVtlY MITWW FN KITCMM M MTNl COOK'S Ux Your Credit at Cook's PAIN: East Sidf Squart Phont526 fc»i i i coffee break In business offices and factories. A big pick-up in each is report- id. Declining sales and profits live spurred, promotion of'both services. Salts by the nation's eating pltcei last yeir were off y. about one billion dollars from he peak year, of 1848, when'they pped 12 billion dollars. Now sales a r t ' picking up again, members eport. Take-home service Is combat ing the three chief troubles: 1. rv. which k^eps many families home; 2. Rising restaurant costs, which prices-many families out of ·ting places and 3. More babies, which means either hiring / baby-sitt«r. if you eat out, or taking junior and policing his manners. The "pay-roll family" . offers a prime 'market for take-home restaurant st/vice, according to Fen K. Doscher, a Lily-Tulip Cup vice president, who is pretty interested in the idt%, naturally, because his company is a supplier of containers for the 'food being taken home'. tyhe'n both the tiusoand and wife work, ht says, the family is a setup, for salt .of hardMo-prepSre dishes around which th* wife can a .duick and eiisy meal. the take-home food can .be prepared during the slack time between lunch and dinner, and carries ^.vith it no cnsts for linen laundering, dishwashing, or for dishes End silver. ... . At the other end of the line catering to the thousands who Ilk, the break, the morning's work routine with coffee and cakes is fast growing into a big. thing around the nation, according to W. F. Williamson, executive vice president 61 the National Coffee Association. Thousands Served Starting in New York two years ago with service to M u t u a l Life Insurance workers, Schraftt Stores now serve 80,000 workers da.lly in 21 companies. The Brass 1 Rail, which serves eight offices daily, says the desk-side service is a profitable boous and leads to picking up such business, as office parties and buffets. The Texas Company, which started taking coffee-break ser vice 15 months ago .(or its 1,700 office employes here, reports wprk»rs· lisjed to avcrage',30 minutes on a coffee sneak. They now average five minutes of times out in getting their coffee at their desk. The company says It's saved 15,000 man hpurs in f f » 15 months. YOU MHT FOOL AN EXPERIENCED M0tH6«fci Dulles Sets Eisenhower As Next President Shannon, Ireland-(/P)-John Foster Diilles predicted today that General Eisenhower will be elected, the next president of the United Statei, but .raid .he himself doesn't count oh being secretary o( state. He indicated, However, hf considers himself the "obvious" man lor,the j»b. The Republican party foreign affairs expert 'was interviewed here as he flew home after weekend conferences with the general in Paris. He had refused there to say whether he would support Eisenhower's candidacy. . WettJork De'wey Waterfield and Mrs. Bill Waterfield were'!» Durant, Okla.; Sunday on business. .. John Inmao, \ybp has Leen visiting here', Ijft Sunday for Williams, ·Aril. Mr. and Mrs. Clinv r.hook and Mr.' arid Mrs. Earle Shook of fayetevj!le were guests Sunday of Mrs. f Hen Hanihey. Bill'. \yattrfleld is a patient at the Friico Hospital in SI. Louis. . Mr. and Mrs. Lerpy Bucris and children, Naoma Lee and Randall, spent $unday !t Westville. Okla. . Mrs: P»arl Reed of Tulsa, Okla., was thf jiuest of her daughter, Mrs. Ulys (Celly, Sunday. Mr. «bd Mrs. Albert .Joy of rrtpwood spent Sunday with Mr. i£ 'Mrs. A. A. Keith. The two atnilijf spent the day. visiting it Clnclnattl, Tpntitown and Lin- oln. Mr. and Mrs..Wayne Little and ihlldren of Springdale werf guests of Mr. *nd' Mr*. Calvin Stock- lurger Sunday. ifr. and Mrs. Stirmjn Karnes md Herman $arnes;and daughter 3t Fa'yjtteville spept Sunday with Mrs. Alia Jfjrnjs. Mrs. Blleh" Hfnshew and.Mrs. Woody Fochtman'were Ip Fayette- in business Monday. Lt. Jack Carter of Tinker Air Force Bast, Oklahoma City, Okla., pent thf weekend with his par- hts, Mr, and lilrs. H. A. Carter. Butler Ford Zant J. Graham left Monday or his home ft Halsingtori, Kan., tier spending. a week with his arents: Mr. ^nd Mrs. Claude J. Graharn. Joe Ypimgman spent ti.e week of Mr., and Mrs. Claude. J. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Tom ,F,llls of Sonorjl were afternoon callers. If very small particles are suspended in a liquid, Ihcy can be observed to make small movements, believed to b» caused by molecular motion in 'the liquid, which continue indefinitely. WHAT A WONDERFUL WAY NoCaUrl* Cauintinf! No IxarclMil Ne Diets I I S t . Think* to · rrmjp of w York doc Lori', you cin now las* pound* of ugly t^if-'fry w»*x wlthnut rolnr or. eny ·pecftl dfct, withont riittinr o u t an' i p e e i e l (oode. W I T H O U T H A V I N G A S I N G L E H U N G R Y M O M E N T . Thw*"N«w York flo'-toni . « dam' reffltrktbU .' U nulti your tip- J - loee weiyhl jr -- yet you never IS FMf ONL Y SMOimNfNO JHAf GIVfS YOU QUAHANTtfD CAKI INSUKANCl No befttf rreeb Weflry of render, rieS, 100% (ten Cuttle. Triy-PKki Skinlin Fniki . , ArfcMiaa Mil*. WaJW P*«k. trad*. C«»itr cut* Ib. lie Pure Lift 1 . . . , Capital ftUt, Htm, while. Shrimp . II dellctoui Ihr1n» la Mtk ·«. Livtr Moeoroni Olive Leaf. f«fl htm fry Befoff i off? irwl it wii vro'vcM clin- jetUr br th* Aattor* fin · Urft rroup nf non-fltndu- l«r o v t r w f l i h t men ana . · Thf doctor* e*rffuliy nhsckwl rtiulU Mil tier* IK whit tri(T fnuni!: " . 1. Wright lo*M» of 9 to 20 wiUinut any ill f fffcti whitiMver. 2. All mfrnbrrp of the irmip i*M liiey ncvtr felt hf Her and ttfr^r had « hungry moment. Wafex li AISOLUTILY SAfl. It U * fowl ·rljuncl, K , . «Urt 1od«y to tbrav ltd How Wrfex Sitin6ci Your Hungrr According to (fi^ntifte caleu- latiom 1 V-Vn V/.ff-r h.t Ih. hiinKpr-natisfj-ir.* ^pifitf nf 1 !h. pnUtoM or I ttft or f ilicfi of wh)t« br*td, r«l it conUiifn only S itirwly en!ori«, Ynu CUD fcn « full Tnop»h'« iitpply nf Wafft for only fl nn maner bick (itirmnlM. Your ick!«t muit ihnrr foil h v « {ottVeicbl. htv* an improved fifruf. you mujfl'W.k, frtl Utter nr ybu B-t YOim MONEY BACK WITHOUT QITRTION. Th* .oon-r you itirt the iMtitr you miy htv« the losi of weight you y*»rn fir. ?d at Bullnljoali. Mr». E Ella. Anderson is a patient t the Faye'lteville City HosrV'l. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hamby f Snrihgdale were guests Sunday Only $3 for 30 day supply, $5. You save $1. Available at Fayetleville Drug Store on money back guarantee. -SECOND BIG WEEK ol DOLLAR DAYS- 8 ±$1 Pet Milk Pie Cherries Kroger Gelatins Evaperottd, vitamin ·nrichfd. Packer* Label R«d, iour, Finest queiity, All 7 § 16 tell c*ril Kroner (jliup . . . . iich, h«avy ( real lomalo llavor. 5b"»H$t luncheon Meat n r,r llackeye P e i s . . . 10' Griffin Brand, with bacon. (0. 100 i cans ' Oscar Merer Brand. All pure park. Hi-C Orangeide , , 10 A dellcieui, itfrtihlnj drink. cast $1 lorlhern Tissue .. . 12 rolls $1 leftentd Iwlca. Kroger lei , , . Sptcial Blind lot Ictd U«- U-lk. Miracle Whip , , , , rsfi'i famous salad drasslng. ork B@jns. . , 10 Krogir Brand, flump, landfr, delleieui. 2qls,$1 Butter Cookies , . , , 10 eriip, delicious eooklti by Krofar. 25 Chocolale Ripple Cake, each 5k Ricfc, slark chscolala Uytt caka Carrots Oranges Sweet ' · doz. watt, (liter ill slst Florida'!. Valu» »rl«W. jlavos . . . . ea. V Calara makes fo«d ulal even betlir. reshCorn . . . . 3ears25 turn*, t*l«M MM. ItMi til qualitf. 2 bunches ISe 9tKtr* »'*·«· In Ihit td 9.I., Mr 10. M..I init P food Iknafk lal. Mty '»· ·Mtl

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