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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 29, 1952
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NO*T»!WBT ARKANSAS TIMIS. Thuredgy, /May 2f, 1951 lentoriville Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Curnc.s will -;u to Conwtiy this weekend to st- .tcnd Graduation exercises of their daughter, Miss Jo Carries. Miss Carries has received a journalistic award, ami plans to attend the University to study for her master's degree in journalism. Mrs. Frances Brock arrived Tuesday from Whitlier, Calif., to spend the next two weeks here visiting her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs, Marion Brock and f a m i l y . Mr. and Mrs. A. t B. Bayse left Tuesday morning to visit friends and relatives in Missouri and Iowa. Miss Barbara Peel, daughter nf Mr. o?id Mrs. Terry Peel, arrived Friday from Tuls.i, where she attended school the pnst term. W. T. Olcr of Tulsn spent last weekend in Bcntonville on business. Miss Elizabeth Matkin.s, who attended school at John Brown University, Siloam Springs, the pnst year, has relumed home to spend the summer vacation. Mrs. Oliver Looney and daughter, J i m m i e Gale, and Miss Margaret Spencer were in Little Hock Inst weekend to attend the gradu- ation of Tommy Spencer from the Little Rock High School. Tommy was elected to the National Honor Society and received a scholarship to the Little Rock Junior College. Miss Spencer returned by way of j Harrison, where she visited her I niece, Mrs. Joe K r a u s and family. ! Mrs. Looncy and Jimmie Gale remained for a longer visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Spencer. Carl Max Burger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Car' Burger, has returned home from Springfield, Mo.. where lie was a student at Drury j College. He plans to attend the , University at Fayetteville during i the summer months. ! Bob Pierson is spending a week ! at t h e home of his parents, Mr. I and Mrs. Frank Pierson on Route 3. before beginning the summer tour as a member of the John Brown University male quartet. The Rev. and Mrs. Hubert K. i Prarce went to Clinton, Mo.. Wednesday, where Mr. Pearce was guest speaker at the Methodist Church loyalty dinner. Mr. and Mrs. George Flager of Tulsa spent the weekend in Benj lonville visiting friends. | The Rev. James A. Overton j went to /.rkadelphia Friday, and was accompanied home by his daughter, Helen, who had attend- WHAT A WONDERFUL WAY TO _ fffU IV · Usefirt No Caloric Counting! No Exercised No Diets! fcnunis too food lo ht truf, but it IS mnv t Thanks to a Rroup f l N f « In** puunilx of uglj: flit every tpr-cinl diet, without ny sp c i a l , 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 . Thne New York dcclnn dircovcrH a food adjunct ealLM W»f«. Wnfu don remmrVuhle things. It mnkw yo-jr «D- prtitc demaini Iws you tai less -- IOSB n » l u m l 1 y - y e t yo ffrrl hunury. Before W»(ex wm to you it TL-U proved clin- Iriillj hy the ilnctnn fin · Urr« croup of non-cUndu- r.hpckfd reeults and WO ThiT "doctors «n her* is what thry 1. Weight Io9ff.s of 8 to 20 poundi without any ill effects what soever. 2. All menibrrs of the group Paid ihpy never felt belter »nd nerer had a hungry momrnl. Waf« u ABSOLUTELY SAIL It i. t food ·djunrt, not n drug. So f U r t today to »r.ed tboie umrtntrt How Wafex SttitfiM Your Hunger Acmrdinr to *denufic ctlcu- litipns ] Witfcx Wafer han the yet it contnins onlr ft mcs?Iy calorien. Ynit can cet R full m n n t h supply of Your tcitln must fhow you have Injt yeieht. have an improrrd fiRiirr, ymi nuiFt look, fw) bcttrr or you pot YOUR MONEY BACK WITHOUT QUESTION. Thf sooner you j'art thtvironer TOU may hsvt the low of wefjhtTOu j-eirn (or. Only $3 for 30 day supply. Econom.v size 50 day £upply, $ri. You save $1. A\ - ailable at Fayetteville Drug Store on money hack guarantee. cri Ouachita Collt?e during' the past year. Mr. and MIT. H. -H. Bair and f a m i l y spent Sunday in Mt Ida visiting relallvcF. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davidson of Tulpa left Monday a/tcr spending the weekend in Bcntonville with Mr. and Mrs. George Davidson and daughter. M.vrna Sue. Julius Priest is leaving Monday for St. Louis on a business Irip. Mr?. G. C. Tinnin. Bontonville school supcrinfenrlcnt, spent the first of the week in Tahlequah at Northeastern State Teachers College. Miss Gertrude G r i f f i n of Washington. D. C., arrived Wednesday lo visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.Claude Walk or and family, and her brothei and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Tom G r i f f i n and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buford lef Tuesday for Tampa. F!a.. where they were called by the serious ill ness of her niece. They expect to be Rone a week. Mr. and Mrs. Corbett Holt o Albuquerque. N. M.. left Wednesday a H e r visiting here with hi, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Holt his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Donald Hoi o way i family, and in Rogers with an- 1 other sister, Mrs. Richard Martin and family. Mrs. E. H. Kouth has returned from Springfield. Mo., after visiting w i t h her brother anrl sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Likins Mrs. Ray Pryor returned home Thursday from Foft Smith, when she had been a patient in thi Camp Chaffee Hospital. Mrs. J. A. Overlon left Thursday for Little Rock to visit her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Overton and f a m i ) Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fuarce and sons, Hubert and Warren, , ijohn Hcnbest of Fayclleville, visited relatives at Cassville. Mo., Sunday, and attended Decoration Day services at the Corinth Cemetery. J. V. Carnes, 612 East Central, returned to his home Friday after being confined in the Veterans Hospital at Fayetteville for the past 18 days. Lark Cloc has received word of the death of his brother, Loyd W. Cloe of lone. Wash. Mr. Cloc. a former resident of this community, died Sunday at the age of 67. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Morris of Kansas City, and Mrs- J. Abner Sagu of Tulsa, visited last week with Mr. Morris' sister, Mrs. Frances Brock. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kimbrough of San Francisco, Calif., w i l l arrive the first of the week to visit her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Wagner and daughter. Carol Ann. I Pete Duncan of Siloam Springs left Monday after spending a week in Bcntonville on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lark Cloe went to Vinila, Okla., to visit her brother, j George E. McCumber, who is ill. j Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Walker and two daughters, Nila and Nettie, Mrs. Coy Libran, and Florence Bowdy, all of Wichita, Kan., were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Follett. They were honor guests at a dinner Sunday, with 21 guests attending. Mr. and Mrs. Tom R. Crawford and her mother, Mrs. E. N. Plank of Kansas City, Mo., will spend the Memorial Day weekend visiting with relatives in Dccatur: and with Mr. and Mrs. Orla Mitchcl in Siloam Springs: Mr. and Mrs. severe heart attaek the last of the Ed Haas and /amity in Sprincdalr. w eek and with the Plank family and \ Mr*- Claud Wakefiflrl i.f O/ark. Mrs. Jessamine Smith in Bonton-' "'"' Mrs - rl:i Crni K of Henlonville villo. All arc former residents of j entertnineil the im-mbeis uf the Dctalur. En route hnme thev will I Tuesday Club this week in hono 1 visit Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Craw- j " f "'eii ford in Aurora. MCI. ' j HP C'urt Mrs. Ethel Buchanan was rail- j Mr. n rd to Oklahoma Cilv Sunday hy nn, W; -.iHimned at a naval trnininj ramp | at Stephens Collejje. | Mr. and Mrs. !.«(· Anderson, »nd } near Ventura. j Mr and Mrs ( . w 1lfftv .,^ : Mr. and Mm. Glenn Wriscr ipenl Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clift d r r j u h o live e,rt of notilnnvlllr-. will ;' Saturday evening at Cavcrna, Mo. ravins Saturday for Columbia, · have a house party of right guest* Ci'mr^c Downey of FaycttevlHe the serious illness of her brother,.' for Vei M. R. Thomas, suffered a ntiier . ster find (Mini. Mrs. Cer- j . en Riini/or nf the club. [ I Mrs. Dale Of Ml and I n air lr;tvinf,' Sunday I MIL. to attend the Knidu.ition e x - : over the holiday'weekend eii-ise'. of their daughter. Ixiu Ann. I Mr. and Mrs.' Marion Kirli; in Rcr.tonville on business ur. sit YOU CANT FOOL A BANANA CAKE! i.vuc CHICK SPECIAL 8c each HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery r. o. «.» in mr Ti»|ikiw im Faytttnllto, ArkMUt .Bring Spring into Your Home with COOK'S Beautiful WALLPAPER HERE ARE THIS WEEK'S SFECIAl BUYS 35 LOVELY PATTERNS-ALL PRICED TO SAVE YOU MONEY! PATTtRHS fOK LIVING ffOO/N5*DMMffi ROOMS* BEDROOMS* KIKMHS+Um NONE PRICED OVER 39 5 PATTERNS REG. 21 c ROLL !« THIS WliK 13* · «Tlltli Ml NON-FADINC COICX1 10 PATTERNS REC. 44c ROLL THIS WEIK 29* ** I KiH SUNFAit · WATHFAIT 10 PATTERNS REC. 29c ROLL THIf WHK 6*1* IUMFAIT . KJW WAIMfttl 10 PATTERNS REG. 59e ROLL THIS WKK 39! IUNFAIT · WATNFAIT COMf IMin MfMC rOW MOM MfASWKMfNTf « OTN» IXOUIIIH WAIUAN«I UP TO M.M HOll * COOK'S PAINT U» Your Credif of Gooff IAST SIDE SQUARE--PHONE 526 At The 71 Drive-In Theatre TONITF.: Marine Air Devils in hut purMiit . . . w i t h John Wayne and HotjtM-t Ryan in "FLYING I.EATIIKRKEL'KS " FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: llr tanwl a win- in -SAIJDI.F.- ' TRAMP" slHl-riim .lori MrC'rc-a antl W;iml.i llcndrix. ALSO "HAL.! LOON SHOWER" with 500 Balloons being thrown (iff the Smirk Bar ' loaded with prizes. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TIIF.SDAY: A funny stury ,,r :i i-nt that inh.-i itcd a baseball team "nHUBAlin" slarring P.iiy Milliind anil Jan Sl CREAMIEST IWO-MIX SHOHTININO IN THI WOMDI FOR CAKfS THAT AKf We Will Open Friday Meats °; Fairway's Week-End Buys Frankfurters Ib. 53 Swld Pramium . Ctllo Wrapped Ground Beef Purt -- Ground Freth Daily Pork Liver Litil. Pig Sirloin Steak U. S. Choict -- F«y t -ii l 'Till v 'i Fintfl Cheese Ag*d Wiicontin Cheddar from Mammoth 633-lb. ChMl. Admiration COFFEE Ib. Maryland Club COFFEE Ib. 73 Prices Good Fri. Sat. Produce each Ib. I9 Lemons Sunkiit -- L*rgf Slxt Tomatoes Fidl.r Quiliiy -- R»d Rip Box«« Avocados 3 for 29 C Green Beans ib. 15* Bright ind T.nd«r Iceberg Lettuce 2 for 25* Giini H»«di Ib. 1(K Toilet Soap 4bars15c Honeysuckle \Mimni nvauB Ik Lit There's No Substitute for SHOW Croh At Any Price i ti u ID, to? r A , . ' n , * A Leaf Lettuce Frozen Orange Juice 2for29c Flour 25-lb.bag $ 1 89 Duz-Cheer-Drift tr 25c Joy Instant Sudf Proctor Gamble bottle 20c Northern Tissue roll 5c Purex Kleenex Mode With "Fluff". ... quart 15o 200 Sheets, 3 for 47c 300 Sheets, 3 for 69c Wax Paper 12c5u ;; R ^ oll 25c Baby Food ... 3 cans 20c Gerben Coca-Cola 6 ££. 19e Dr. Pepper - 7-Up - R-C Cola Prune Juice F U H Quart 25c Lady Berry Tomato Juice 2 for 25c Richelieu, No. 300 can Pineapple Juice . . . 32c Del Monre, 46-oz. can Tomato Juice 29c Del Monte, 46-oz. can Grapefruit Juice. . . . 18c Donald Duck, 46-oz. can We Give S H Green Slimps The Original -- Frozen Bunny Pot Pie 33c Made From All White Meat. Planters Cocktail Peanuts canSOc Good With Lemonade. MM'sCandy2pkgs.37c The Chocolate Treat That's Neat to Eat. Potato Salad Made From Real Potatoes. FVV 12-oz. Glass 18c Tavern Appetizers box 30c The Bleu Cheese Crackers. Assorted Juices 3 s : 25c Tomato, Pineapple, Orange, Grapefruit, Grape. Plymouth--Featherweight--Plastic Garden Hose 50ft. $ 6" 10-Yeor Guarantee. Look Kids! Assorted Sizes and Colon Baseball Caps each 50c Gold Medal or Pilltbury By Kraft Full Quart Dressing '±r fpt.35c Miracle Whip Velveeta Cheese 2 ^ 75c Heinz Ketsup bottle 22c Borden Biscuits 2 cans 19c French Dressing bottle 19c Or Kraft Miracle Kri'spy Crackers Ib. 25c Sunchine Peanut Butter pP r {S 50c Confection Roll 50c Baker Boy Each Peaches No. 2 !/2 can 30c Del Monte, Sliced or Halves Fruit Cocktail . . . . 23c Jack Sprat, Tall Can Corn and Green Beans 25c Baby Shug, No. 1 Can 3 For Open 6 7 i,m.-9 p.m. Closed Sundays J. I/ IROOKS P. I.

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