Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 2, 1952 · Page 5
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June 2, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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NORTHWEST ARKANfM TIMES, feytttovflU, Arfccntc*. Won Joy, June J, 1«J 5 Summer Staff To Include Arkansans · State Teachers . Will Be On U. A. Campus For Term will be Miss Eunice R. Brubaker,' a teacher in the Denver. Colo., public .Thuds;. Miss Selma I.ip- p'-alt, rii-lrir-l supervisor of home economics odurntion. State DC-. ixirtmcm of F,dt;c.'ition; C F. Mc- C'nimick. principal nf .hirrelt Juni ior Hic'n School. Sprincrtieki, Mn ; I Dr. Rnhert Sutlnn of ihe Ohio iStMr lanilly, ant! Dr. A. M. ricic- j tor. professor of education at Duke University. Overseas Jobs In 20 Nations Four teachers from Arkansas .^ I * public schools will he on tnr visit- DonAflOn 1111011 Ing faculty of the Univorrity thi= Kv|JWI IGU V|ICII summer, it was announced t o d a y ' Arkansil5 nu , n .,,,,, w ,,, m , wi5h Candidates For Governor Make Campaign Plans Footsie Britt Will Help Tockett; Murry Aided By Committee Little- Hnck-f/P)-Four of thf five | candidates for the Democratic! nomination for governor of Ar- kan5as announced definite cam Dr. Fletcher To Open Chiropractic Clinic Dr. Donald Fletcher today announced he will open a chiroprac- j lie clinic at 9(17 North CollpRc Av- jenue tomorrow. He will move his offices from the Cravens Ruildinq lo the new clinir. The clinic will hsve an X-ray lahnratorv and di- a«nostie laboratory j n addition to j other featurrs. P.irkinE fni- | M | tients will he provided in front of 1 ihf building. tfru-e the charge to the members. Mrs. flilstrap cave a short memorial in hnrmr rf the ]atp Mrs. H. M. Mi'Korn, ;i rncmbrr for over 28 yr.'ii's whn rlu»(l th:? sprins. Mr- I.ulhrr IMIT W.T \vr!cowrd hark · is n mrmhrr, ; nd Mrs. R. f ' Wnrthmei'm \\ ;K also prr-^nt fiUtv.r "f :hr- mrnihfrs \0orr Mrs Willhinv:. M r - . C. W. Hrsiwond. nnrl Mr*. T.itr. TI, O ,.| Uri artjnurn- prl unn! ihr i ^i Monday in September for thr summpr vacation. ThP w h i f f pi if-i to plant is rf- lalpr! to nightshade and be!!;mun- j p;i. : Free Book On Arthritis And Rheumatism ROW TO A V O I D CHIPIM.IXO OKFOJIMITIKS An amazing newly enlaced 44- p fei book cn'iilled "Hhoumatism" will- be si' n frrs t,i anyone who v.'jl: wnl? for it. It reveai;, why druR.-: and mcdl- '-·ines Rivfi nnj-, toniiuirHry relief a..d fail to r-f-nuve trie I-JH^P.- of .Ihe trouhlr; rxp!;.m: a poci;ili7nii nnn-Mircir';il. nini-mr'lirril tro.it- mr-nt which li:is proven smrcsi-ful for the pa. 1 -'! .T.'i vo;n. You incur no oblir'nlinn In sending fi- this ins'ructivo book H may he the means nf snvinf. vnil ycai.s n r untolrl iniseiy. Write today to Thi; Ball Cli.iir-. Dept. i208, Kxeelsi(.r Springs, Hissuuri 'Lanee. iirofepsor of educalinn at hand re-port?!'. 1 ;. NPW York State Teachers Colleirc,, Other Buffalo, and Charles R. S w a n ' a r o npe frirmer supervisor of elementary I Au.str.ilia, Hawaii, Okinawa, Ala; education at El Dorado, who i s ' k a . Bermuria. Turkey, French now elementary principal nt Morocco, Tripoli, Saudi Arabia, Springfield. Mo. Greerr. Guam, Newfoundland, Harm Harms, head nf the rio-' Greenland, Labrador, France and partment of business education at Capitol University, Columbus, Ohio, will teaeh commercial orin- ''"'(her infoi-malion on any of the cation. An authority in the field of overseas jobs may contact the Em business education, he is the Payment Service Office, ffuthor of se\-eral popular and leading textbooks in the field. Other leading staff members than I : , Korea, the jobs j his second try for governor. : ·n in KnEland. Germany,! Ally. Gen. Ike Murry said he i new officers in all the societies. would not name a campaign man- j The adult home economics aRcr. but would place his cam- classes now bein 5 concluded were paign in the hand Co of -= - Cili?.ens given a demonslration on Ihe prn- ^.imrnittep., headed by Harold A. rearing and free^inc of vecrinbles Young, president of the National I and fruits last Mnndav night al r 0 Hon Council. The cornmiltM if | the home economies cottajre. Tue«- Persons interested in obtaining ! hwded by IB Arkansas rivie, ag- day afternoon, another in a scries rieulture and business leaders. of lessons on home nursing was West Fork EVERYTHING M PlUMKiNO and SUPPUH FAYETTEVILLE IKON and METAL CO. OOVRNMENT AVI. ' Cherry also opened campaign Mr. and Mrs. Gils Clifton and headquarters in Little Rock. fiaur.hter, Cnra LOP, and Kuzanna ^ Williams were Memorial Day! quests of Mr. Clifton's hrnlher-in-i , law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Troy ; I Shaddox of Western Grove. The! Chancellor Francis Cherry of · given. On Monday night June 2 .Innpsboro announced that he, an actual demonstration on cutting would formally open his campaign and packaging a beef was In he in Paragould July 7, preceded by' given by Russell Fields 'it was - 45-mimite hill-billy concert, announced lhat Ihe home econ-! · Vcrbtnai, Petunlai, Scarltl Sage and Many Other Flowering Plants · Tomato, Pepper and Egg Planli · Summer Blooming Bulbi and Flower Seed« A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phone 320 33 N. Block omics collage will be open to the public every Tuesday for Ihe next four weeks, with all cooking and sewing facilities available for me. The members of the nenlnmiilc; WitftOVt Add New Way to Sleep- "'»; -- Ball and Mi, Boris F. Butt. HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery f. a. B*I in «r JIM , -- ..t the home of Mrs. I.. j.I. Ely. In the absence of the pros-i w - · -- · irient, Mrs. William Flrnwn, Mrs ' Dale Eldridge. Fayettcvllle. and ; Anne Walker, vice president pre-· iss Louise Clark. Sprlngdalp,; sidert. She made the closing t a l k ' May 28 by the Rev.. of the club year, and the newly elected officers were voted in to serve through the 1SS2-53 club 1 year as follows: Mrs. Jessie Gil-i strap, president; Mrs. Waller Fie- ' ^ S a t u r d a y to attend the funeral of jher aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Collins of M o p l i n . j Mr. and Mrs. Lnn Thomas harl ; as puests Saturday. Mrs. Otto j R a r l h and Mrs. OlfTa Lucius, both ,' of Los Antreles, Calif., and Mrs. A | W. Ways of Kaycttoville. Mrs. Charles Hay. who has been; -. ,,,,,. !.,,,, j ,-.,, , ,, - , .- , , a patient at the Citv Hospital f o r ! ^ ' ^ ' ' ' '' lM ° k ' V "" e P resiri - n t; Mrs. J. B. the past three months, was re-' , . P S ,, , , ... _ . - nman - secretary; Miss Anne turned to her home Fridav. I ,, =· K ih"". r* "T. -ii' S Walker ' "'Msurer; Miss Ad i !-n- Mr. and Mf-s. Terl Spcrduto and! y Slmon - both of Fayetteville,, ton. parliamenlai-ian ; and Mrs. · ; Walker «a-.-p Ui'. 1 charge In the- !':Thompson ann j rominx president and was res- ' Wood row Woods. Robert D. Austin. Dnwiers Grove, 111., and Mis'; Betty Jean, : Pierce City, Mn., were married of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray. Mrs. Efl ,"'" r f' no^lH Sperduto is the former Muriel Ray. James JJOn " lrt T«k* 1 miMS B*for* R*tiring Try thii limplr, modern wif to nel rid of slerplei«nig|]i§ductoo»er-icid iiomich. Ju»t cat 1 or 2 Turns bcfori bedtime. Thou land* who do this hive discovered they fall asleep faster--ftcl much freiher morninfti. Alwari keep Tumi handy to counteract wwr itocn* ach, j(ti, heanhnrn -- day or Get a roll of Turns rijcht ' Ortr lOc, J-UI Other jruests are Mr. and - Mauiir-e Ray of Urbana. II!., and children, Carolyn and David.. j Mlss ' Ioetta -Tohnson, both of ' ponded to hy ' ' ' - , SprinMdale * were married Ma ' 28 'rhyme. LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY 100% PROFIT Do you know of any business in which you might inveit $900.00 and reap more fhan 100% profit on your fint turnover of merchandise? Let us show you how to turn (par* time and money into a profitable incom*. Writ* for full details to C. D. WIGGINS ENTERPRISES, 508 So. Main St., Carthage Missouri. by the Rev. Bill Jackson. J. Lawrence Toys and bolh of Miss Fort . Smith, were married May 20 by ' the Rev. Charles E. Brubaker. I Richard M. Tucker and Miss , Dolores Hcddinjz, both of Sprine- 1 dale, were married May 18 by the Rev. H. M. Lewis. I I ^ The aneients thought sulfur | . was a symbol nf hell because its · I fumes had a suffncatinc. choking ' effect when it was burned. If is estimated thit 30 million ' students were enrolled in U. S. · schools in the 1950-51 school year. AlTtrttM In ttw TIMES--It pira. IS SAVING for Many of your friends found their homes here. They realized that regular deposits soon added up to real living comfort. Your dreams come true when you save too. F I R S T N A T I O N A L B A N K FAYETTIVILLE, ARKANSAS Reeerre Inturance (teeerve NEW IMPROVED DEARBORN-WOOD BROS. COMBINE FOM FARMING ENGINE. Smooth, dep.ndobl. ·conomicol power. Mitt GRONNI IRIVEN Rill; Ground travel de.or- minei «po.d of reel. RUI1IR IIAPIR R0ll$. Not merely rubber covered. AIR IUIT TNROTTIE CONTROl. Eo.llyadiu.table. ·IITAl FAN ILAIES. Big I m p r o v e m e n t over wooden blodes. CTLINtlR rRONTSNEIT. More durable than ever. With Ihrw Imprnvemenls, and IS alliert. ||,c R f| De.rborn-Wood Bro». Comhine Is now rven Wtlw than ever. Kmilly bundled hy nn.v 2-plow tr»rtor. Gets cropn with «|»fd and cn.sr. KHU « n l»"w/-a«k u« to demnnstrale ill many advantages 'or hl(h-profil harvcslinf. HAILEY SALES CO. Phont 1689 JKOOfL Hwgy 71 N. ·rrntiti 11*0. n*wi ArfN*. Nf 111 ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION SAFEWAY OUR PRICING POLICY Sufewoy will moet the lowest advertised price of every competitor, item-by-item, day-bydoy, town-by-town, quality and condition of merchandise considered. Prices Effective Tuesday-Wednesday Wilson's Corn King Troy-Pack Pound Package For Fine Baking Needs Crisco 3:".: 69 Wilson's Corn King T Bacon 43' Kraft's Fine Cheese Veveeta 2 L i 75 Heinz or Gerber't Baby Food 3 - 20 Franco-American With Sauce Mexican Sugar Loaf Large, App. 4 Ibs. Each Spaghetti 2 25 *29 -- · v i i n i i w w i ^ · W ^ V I I W W J t CaneSugar10 89 Domino or Godchawx Show-boot Medium Fancy Rice 2 ^ g 31 U. S. Choice or Good Beef Rib Steaks 79 Fine Family Flour Gold Medal l' ! Powdered or Brown Cane Sugar v 10* Colored Enriched in Quarters Dale wood Margarine 2 b 35' Tojtc-Tells Tomato Sauce Pork-Beans 3 ^25 C Paramount Brand Potted Meat All Popular Brands Soft Drinks 719 Fancy Fresh Froien . -,.,-^j , ,^t ftt ( ( V W I Strawberries 25 Kraft's Salad Dressing Miracle Whip 45 C SAFEWAY I

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