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May 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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|C KiORYHWEST ARKANSAS TiMtS. FayeMsvilU, Arkonun. Wednesday, May 28, 1952 1J/55 Scudder Speaker At Meeting Of Business Women Mi^. Jennotle Smarter, rl'.in ef women .M t h e U n l v e i M t v . .· p:.kc *»n "Oppnrtilnilif-5. K"r Wnmrn," '^t the in;;',riH:itinn d i n n e r n - i - f - i i n c , Monday nljlht of thf T i n - i n r v : :md Prnff-p:ion;.l Wr-n-.m"--- C l t i h . hr-ld nt FcrjriiM.n' 1 ; C",ifoteM;i. Mi:r. Scudder nirt Ihr-rc- 1:1 mi incrr;ne.-l nw*d for K'urhr-r,*;, rini:r.s, M»cj,-,l :rfrnc f . Stir ;ib-, f x i M r - n. ling t h M , chemistr fu WHO F5XES RADIOS? We've Been Serving Yon Since 1929 SMITH RADIO SHOP GOP Committee Members Chosen At State Session L i t t l e Rock-f/I'i-Twcnty A r k a n :-..is Il(.|iulilie;in Slate Committee inembors-at-lai £e were named yesterday at ,-i GOP Committee m e e t i n g here. Included are eight l i v i n g former g u b e r n a t o r i a l candidate... They a r e : O:;ro Cobb, . , - , , , , , , V/.-illaco Tov/nsend ;md Drew p;.st p r c M d e n l s g u a r d for the r l u b . Bou-crs ,,, ,. jn | c . rint . k; w i m i l m T pin, which she reeeiverl l a s t ye-,r,: M r || s nf M a r s h a l l ; Harley S t u m p a l t e r ,-f.rving her f i r s t year a? ' ,,, K U H t ^ r f Charles F. Cole of ITcsirlenl. i Balcsvillc j Corning; school teachers. The guest speaker war. introduced by Dr. Vera McNair. Olllccr.s (t the club were installed by Mrs, Jane Robert.". past , district president. They a r e ; ' l '' 1 " Mrs. Pn.-.rl- TrnwI.r.'lHc. |.re. i- man.v !,)enl: Mrs. Jerry S m i t h , fin.t vi'-r. 'f en- . p r e s i d e n t ; Mi.-s . l u a n i t . i J'rat'-r, '. ;mtl 'second vice president; Mir;. Kvalce ,::. ; Campbell. r e c o r d i n g l e n e l a r y ; Snidder e..pcclallv s l n « - Mrs. M y r t l e I l a n n a . corrc.':pnndme i - i l l i c . i l shoil.jjn o| ele- : secretary; Mr-,. Marguerite. Wheel-; .· teachers and the ap- , "'· t r e a s u r e r. more h i g h ' Miss "a'/el Kelh'. r e t i r i n g prer ; ·. . . .. -. i ident. was presented w i t h the Mrs. Tom Fields, Friendly Neigh-' Commerce; E. L. Green, chairman hors Club; Mrs. Herman Callico, n i q r n ut Troon nv r,iorn» r Washington School PTA; Mrs! ° U Lr °° p 135 ' OeorKe C ' Robert 11. Fidsoi. City Council PTA; Jci Ellen Watson, Rainbow i for Girls; Mrs. Harvey Barber, li. and 1'. W Club; Nelson Dotld, Rotary Club; Nelson Harris, V. Ward, Roy Scouts; J. O. Kelly, Springdale public schools; Mrs. R. M. .Ternifian, Ladies Country Club, Mrs. J. A. Davidson, Mrs. Ernest Holcomh. and Mrs. R. L. Ma» Sample, Klwanis Club. Not white, not wheat, not rje, Mrs. Bill Sloan of the Joyce out » flavor blent! of all three- community Vas taken to the j Junge's Roman Meal Hreao. County Hospital in a Callison-Siscol 11-19-tf ambulance Monday afternoon. . . . . i F. W.; Jirn B. B r y j j r n t , Kiwanis : Arthurs, O;ik drove Home Dcm- j C l u b ; J. M. Jieis, Chamber of ', onstnitinn Club; Bob Siinders and EVEN THE CAMERAMAN GASPED Srush Control Keeling ~':Sel For Thursday Night Frank Nnyes, f i r l r l r o p r c s r n t n - t i v p of the Thmnpcon C'hrmicfil Company, w i l l spo;ik on t h e IJKC of chPinirfils f o r lrur-h ronlro!. Charles R. Black of and J e f f Speck nt frenchman's Rayon. Speck is the IOS2 OOP candidate. Others chosen as mcrnhcrs-at- larce wen:: A. L. Rarber. the Rev. G. Wyman rilakcly, ,lnhn A. l l i b l e r , George L. Mallory and Miss M a r i a n Smith, all of L i t t l e Rock; l,on?.o R o s s . Conway; George W. .Johnson, Greenwood; C. R, Watson. Arkadelphi.v E C ; Thursday nlcllt at ll o'clock at t h C j O l l a r . Tarry; 1,. J, C h u r c h i l l Hus- I o f f i c e of the Soil Com-erva! ion His- : sellville; W. N'. M i t t c r , Kayctle- Irict M 37 Knst M n i i n l a i n Street, i villc. and W. V. Luker of Kow- Noyes w i l l e x p l a i n the m e t h o d s ' pm-i, of spraying by a i r p l a n e and by! other equipment on t h e ;;roun4, j and w i l l describe t h e arrangements \ necessary to gel the spraying done.' There has been a groat deal o f ; Mrs. Marvin Carter e n t e r t a i n e d interest in the use of hormone; w i t h a b i r t h d a y p a r t y Tu?rdav i sprays lor Ihe eradication of brush morning from S:3!l to 11 :.;fl in and undesirable trees, and several '".'""' " ! lK r d a u g h t e r . Amelia, men from here have made trips to Hranson, Mo., to observe, the demonstrations nf the Thompson Company. Ihe S. C. S. reports.; A 'f l( ," r i'hehnnorpp'opcnocl her'fiifts j This company will he spraying by i refreshments were served to the airplane d u r i n g the week of J u n o ! following: J u d y Harp, Suzie Steph-1 2-7 at Branson. Several farmers: enson, Linda Cloer. Hcbecca Dodd, j i n Washington C o u n t y have c o n - j R a n d y Smith, Janet J o r d a n , traded In get some brush Innrt I Margyl Lane, Connie Cooper; sprayed hex! month. i t j£' il , I ? n1 ''""'· Pnm "a Ba -kus and 1 * ,, j Melissa Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Clark. ,, , .. . , . . . who have been visiting Mrs. H. R. Yankees pitched 45 complete, A l k , n h ., vp rclurnorl ,,, l h d r Earnes in 1804. . home in Vallejo, C a l i f . Mrs. Clark ADD A ROOM No Money Down E«r Monlhly Payments DYKE LUMBER CO. Ml Si.' CharlM PALACE "FRONTIER GAL" 5-6:30--Entire Family 75e M-G-M's drimi ol ptlmltivi !««,.. tilmtd In EXCITING COLOR! PRICES ARE BORN HERE AND RAISED ELSEWHERE Open Each Evening Til 9 Cam* «ut and browu irciind. ··ty t*rmi, easy parking, ft It H Ort*n Stampt. HILTON BROS. DRIVE-IN FURNITURE lgotConoco'sNEWl23 50000 Miles iKinoi of her d a u g h t e r . , who was six years oht The parly was held at their home on North Mill Street. Favors for the guests were plastic purses and whistles, j Tonite lursday 8:00 10:26 He really photographed some thrills in this one! You'll grip the side of your c a r . . . you'll want to scream a warning . . . and in the end you'll say it's wonderful. x , BLOOD.RID TRAILS STREAK THE SKY! .... DON TAYLOR · JANIS CARTER JAY C. FUPPEN · WILLIAM HARRIGAN Also: Porky Pig + Comedy Miniature ** Ph ' nc 3103 ** Golf Course News Playground * Monkey Village AIR-Conditioned A n' f\ I I f\ CLEAN - COMFORTABLE M T W L L W PREMIER SHOWING-NOW NIGHTS thru SAT. 7-9 · MATINEE SAT. 2:30 WATCH THIS SPACE For Daily Bargains THOR GAS CLOTHES DRIER Regular Price, $279.95 THURSDAY'S VALUE $239.95 SMITH RADIO APPLIANCE ONOCO'S great new "50,000 Miles--No Wear'' Service will help your engine perform better, lost longer, use less gasoline and oil! And here's proof: Thin Is exactly the same service that kept test cars new in Conoco's spectacular "50,000 Miles --No Wrar" road test! In thai famous 60,000-milo test, with 1,000- mile, drains and proper filter wirvico, test car engines showed no wear of any consequence; in fact, an average of less than one one-thousandth inch on cylinders and crankshafts. Gasoline- mileage for the last 5,000 miles wan actually 99.77% as good as for the first fi.OOO. Now you ran pot this same 1-2-3 "50,000 Miles--No Wear" Service, nt your Conoco Mileage Merchant's, today! d a u g h t e r of Mrs. Allen. j Russell Seay's mother, Mrs. J. | J. Seay of Cane H i l l , entered the ! County Hospital Monday She will I receive medical treatment. i Two hostesses entertained with a p i n k and blue shower Tuesdav . altemoon in honor of Mrs. Virgil ' Lee Jones. The hostesses were i Mrs. Guy Warm and Mrs. W. A. l l a r d i s t e r . One yame was played. Mrs. llobert Harris won the prize. . After the honoree had opened her ! sifts refreshments were served to: ! Mrs. Robert Harris, Mrs. Robert ; Harms, Mrs. Goorgo llarncr. Mrs. ; Lymon Houston, Mrs. Richard Harris, Mrs. Lucille Howell. Mrs. Dale fieed, Mrs. Stanley Jordan, . Mrs. W. T. Pitts. Jr., Mrs. Virgil Dee Jones. Mrs. Frank Sharp, Mrs. ' Aubrey Thompson, Mrs. Delia j .Inner, Mrs. Earl Mason, Mrs. ; Myr! Fannine, Mrs. Carl Carmaek, Mrs Herbert Jones of Prairie ; Grove, Mrs. C l i f f o r d Samuel, Mi-s. '· Claude Rust, Mrs. A. B. Jones, ! Mrs. F.arl Jmcs, Mrs. Russell Scay, ' Mrs. Fay Luiher, of Prairie Grove, Miss Karliene Matthews of Lincoln, Mrs. N. T. G r i f f e t h . Mrs. Huch C^arney of Prairie Grove, Mrs. Alice Stcphcnson and Mrs. R. f.. Gosnell. All organisations in SprinRdale and vicinity u h o \vore interested in the "Ballot Battalion" sent representatives- to the meeting Tuesday nii;ht in the lounge of Ihe First N a t i o n a l Bank. General c h a i r m a n for the B a t t a l i o n is Max Sample. His executive c o m m i t t e e ) is composed of Jim Chancy, Dr. David Harner, Hob Sanders, J. O. Kelley, Dim Peterson, Jim Reis and Nelson Dorid. They voted to hold a mass meeting in the near future. The purpose of this or- gani/.iiion is to get people to go lo Ihe polls at eleclions. Names of Ihe representatives ami the eluhs t h e y represented are as follows: Mrs. .1. F. Denver and Mrs. J. E. M a r t i n . Booklovers Club; Mis. Karl Voss, City Council Beta Sifiina P h i ; Mrs. D. E. Eicher, Hooklovers C l u b ; Mrs. Dan In- Rrum, Beta Sigma Phi; Mrs. Park Phillips. Country Club; Mrs. Lillian Holt, Country Club; Mrs. Dell Kendall, Order of Eastern Star: Mrs. Byron IV Hrogdon. American I Legion A u x i l i a r y ; Charles Elmer, V. F. W.; Joe Shaekleford. Lions Club: A. V. Rhea, Springdale Lodge 31(i. F. and A. M.; Wilbur Watson. Washington County Farm Bureau; Mrs. 11. R. Sharp, Rainbow for Girls; Mrs. R. C. Lane, First Baptist Church; Mrs. W. A. llardistcr. Springdale Iris Garden Club, Arch Mayes. Springdale Real Estate Board; Bill Giten- sohn, American Legion; Mrs. C. I.. Reed. Friendly Neighbors Club; Here's the Famous "50,000 Miles-No Wear" Service! ^ ^ Y o u r C o n o c o M i l e a g e M r r r h i » n t Will Drain Out C r i t mnd Sludge, jircfrnibly while r n p i n n in l i n t ! *'Hot-oil" drnin» every 1,000 milca fluuli nut frit, dirt, ni'id nni) CMM- tflitumlion--lojivt; ynur o apnrkling clennl viio'l! Kocondition Air and O i l I-'iHtirs! Jlr'll clonn filtvr old- nn-nls, r p p l n - o d i r t y f-irtridRCfi, roconl mili?- «Hf p - Kvrry litnc hnorl is h f ( p ( i , ' h e ' l l check mUi'iiU(totMHuri'ftl Lent havi* neon Mrrviccd at proper inUTvjitfl. Ho'll rrfill with pront (moro Suncr Motor Oil! Conoco Sujwr i" fortified with ndrFitive.1 thnt. curb dnnfU'roiif* nccumulntinn of d i t - . n n d cnntnnun;ition -- |rr»Uvt met;il niirfiicM from corrosive combustion ncidfi---fight rust-- On.-PLATB ngnin.st wcnr. OW32--CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY 1-2-3 Service Available At F. 0. "BUD" PAGE CONOCO SERVICE STATION College .At Center Glen Ludwkk Conoco JlatkMi Dickton At Locust Best in Lubrication Every mellow drop... TOP KENTUCKY BOURBON Get "50,000 Miles No Wear" Service At FOSTER CONOCO STATION 124 W. Mountain Franks Conoco Station Mill St. At Huntiville Rd. Motor md Chassis Sleam Cleaning niiim HMMM mum. 4 TIUI tun II NUM. (Hi II»C DltlllllM (0, IHHIOtl, II. NOTORIOUS AS THE RANCH SHE RUNS! ...a hidden hideout for hunted men! Bargains At Norge trade-in $ 99.95 FRIGIDAIRE trade-in 129.95 Norge trade-in 89.95 FRIGIDAIRE, all porcelain 29.95 NEED A NEW SINK? Closing out on FRIGIDAIRE Sinks. 54-inch double drain with cabinet and hardware, including sprayer. Regular $179.75. $10075 · ** * NOW 48-inch double tub with sliding drain board with cabinet and hardware, including sprayer. Regular $168.75. $QQ95 W * NOW SEE THESE BEFORE YOU BUY Brass PLANTERS--$3.15 Up WE HAVE A FEW LEFT Dinette Suites, Regular $119.95 Only $39.95 Yellow, Green, Linen, and Red Buy and Pay the Easy Way 41 E. CENTER ST. RHONE 21 OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK Holiday Sale SAVE NOW-SAVE WITH SAFETY BUY WARDS RIVERSIDE TIRES I o . 1 0 sssnr** SSSSF Plut Fed. Tax and yur old tira, Full-width, full non-skid depth tread made with cold rubber for longer, safer mileage. Guaranteed first quality materials throughout, full-size "predipped cord" body. Full non-skid depth tread for longer anti-skid protection, Full-width flat treod for longer mileage, safer control. Full-size, rugged cord body protects against blowouts. RIVERSIDE AIR CUSHIONS 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 8.00-15 6.70-16 Tire Price* ...12.90 ...13.15 ...15.05 ...16.80 ...18.45 ...13.55 Tube Price** 2.35 2.70 2.80 2.95 3.50 2.75 RIVERSIDES FOR OLDER CARS «.50-15 15.35 2.70 6.00-16 11,55 2.40 6.50-16 15.85 2.7i V/Jl fed. 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