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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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--KOtTMWtST MKAHtU TIMH. tav*N.«M.. AriwMW Ttiurtd«y, Jim* S, 1M1 LOOK! THE BEST FOR LESS Cain Coffee Lb 65c PET or CARNATION MILK 2 for . . 23c JELLO All Flavor! 5c DEL MONTE YELLOW C.S. CORN No. 303 2 for . . 33c BROOKS Pork Beans No. 2/i Can 16c CHARMING Dinner Napkins 9c DEL MONTE PEACHES No. 2/i Can 28C REYNOLDS Foil Wrap 25* SURE JELL For Jelliei lOc Krispy Crackers Lb 25c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 10 Ibs 89c Slb.s 49? 25 Ibs $1.89 FRESH PINEAPPLE Large, each 25c CELLO CARROTS 2 pkgs 25 LEMONS Doz. . . 32c WE WILL HAVE PLENTY OF POTATOES FRESH GROUND BEEF 7 lb.59c CORN KING BACON Lb 39c FRYERS Lb 49c We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities MISSION STREET GROCERY S2S MISSION FHONI 117 ] General Whose Diary Was Found By Soviet Agents To Face Army Court Martial WnihinRl'in-f/lVMaj. Gen. Rob-» W. Gro\i-. u hose diary was stolen hv Russian aseni.n while he was visiting in Germany, will he tried by courl martial, the Army announced tndav. Grow was a military a t t a c h e at the American Embassy at Moscow. Th* announcement said the Army had completed the investigation of the charges against Grow and that trial by court martial is warranted The Russians propaganda tiie of the diary, pub- h=hinc excerpts In which Grow wa depicted as advocating war now against Hussia. The trial will be held at Fort Mi-uric. Md., with the sessions closed to the public. The date for the trial was not announcrd. On April 28 the Army announced thai it was investigating charges against Grosv which included: Improperly reporting .lonesbnio, were gucsis nf Mr. Pallv's parent*, the ricv. anrl Mr S. C). PaMv n\rr the Memorial -venkend. Mirs U'onrls returned Saturday hut Mr. Pally vemained fnr a longer vlsil at home. I fioherl I., fiidwell, principal of i 'IVx-Mex School fnr boys at · Kingsville, Texas, and Inree of his 'students, l.nui.i Ally cf Chicago. made i '"·· ( -'" rlris Marrnquin nf Tampirn. vrar ' s i Men., and Hubcn /.cller of Mexico Citv. arrived Friday fnr a visit wilh Mr. Ridwell's pp :ents, Ihc Itcv. and Mrs. G. C. Bir.well. While : here the boys were |[llests at a . fish supper Saturday n.ifht. Al the I supper, also, were Mr. and Mrs. · Bill Lasitcr, Miss Carolvn Nelson : of I.illle Rock, nnd Miss Barbara ; Palrick. Monday Mr. and Mrs. i I.asiler were co-hosts al a picnic ! dinner and swim at Devil's Den. lassl- i L n lh1 l' ar 'J' "·' C1 '° Ally, Marroq : - Doubtful Farm Issues To Play Election Role nection with the editors' annuil national conference. In 1948, President Truman won a victory over Guv. Thomas E. Dowry largely on Ihc basis of vntp5 nf Miriwcstorri ' fanners who were conrerned I about nVclinins grain prices and ; Democratic charces 1h;it the Kc- 1 |inl)lic.in-c''inlroll(il With Congress Folklore Society To Stage Fourth Folk Festival; Ashmore And Wolf To Appear o' the Prairie Drove tchoel are scheduled to be on the pro|rim. The Prairie Grove youngsters, who are directed by J. David McCartney, have made- numerous public appearances during the singers and square , ing of the society will be held at,' ' Mcmb( ! rs of , h , Mcjety , viu dancers will highlight the folk 111:30 a.m. the following n.orning have a picnic supper at the home B a l l a d j had weakened federal farm price f ( - ! ' v a l al lne fourth a n n u a l ^ in the Student Uninn game ronm, : "' Mr. and Mrs. Jark Cirlisle, Other Questions To Be Considered First By Most Voters Washinnl'in-l/I'i-Farm i.«sMPs as Mirh will play a lr«pr rnlc in this rr-slrir-ntifd rlnrtinn than they Hid four ypfirs ago, in the ! support procrarns. The editors generally aurced ; that if there h a farm issue, it i will be largely one of government j price controls rather than nf env- i eminent price supports. The Farm j Bureau, it should be pointed out. has opposed price controls and near the University, following the folk program. An address at 8 p.m. in the Student Union ballroom by ,lnhn Quincy Wolf, /olldon'st . The folk program v.ill or held nf Southwestern University in The meeting will open Friday. from 2:3(1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Satur- Memphis will close the proiram evening, wilh an address on Ar- day in Ihe Student Union ball- ·-- kansas folklore by Harry Ash- rnr-m. Among the performers will more, editor of the Arkansas · · - - meeting of the Arkansas Folklore to be fouled by a lunchenn in Snciety on the campus of Ihe Uni- the summer garden nf the Ma- versity next week. The public is je.itio Cafe on Dickwm Street, invited. ports than docs the Truman ad- mini.'tratkm. The farm organisa- tion has been at odds for nearly opinion of stale editors of t h e , four years wilh most farm poli- A m e i i r - a n Farm Bureau Fodera-. ( '' PS advocated by Truman and lion. Instead, fanners will he in- j Secretary of Agriculture Rrannar,. - - hi- Booth Campbell of Cane Hill, Pig SuDDCf /.Ivors a lower level of price sup- i Go/etle, in the ballroom of the j Fred Woodruff of Lincoln, Fred "»t»(/ti Student Uninn. A business meet-; High of High, Bill, Tobe and June At Mt. Comfort CHufch ·"· Baker of St. Paul. Doney Ilam- fnr loss governmental interference ""'"tree of Karmington, Mary .In A pie supper will be held at the in farming. .Davis of Fayetteville, O l i v a Mt. Comfort Church tomorrow Several Midwestern editors re- ' Ha "-' it ' r " ; Spring Valley anrl John night starting at 8 o'clock, for the ported isolationism was regaining Tenninglon of Fayetteville. purpose of raising funds to buy a fluenred more by such issues as j Several of the editors--particu- ! a strong foothold there, because of Several nf the performers have power mower to be used at the the Korean war, foreign aid, gov- j Isrly from livestock and potato \ dissatisfaction with the Korean | appeared in previous festivals, hut. Ml, Comfort cemetery, prn'iucing regions--said price ceil-| war and foreign aid programs in , this will be the first appearance ' ings on potatoes, last year's roll-i Europe. , fcr a number of them. . Full brothers finished one-two Ivick nri cattle prices and the pos- j The editors predicted a larger I A square dance team of adults in a recent California harness race, sihility of price ceilings on hogs i percentage of the farmers will from Pettigrev.' and a square Robert Morris, six, beat his three- have stirred up farmer demands vote this year than in 194B. I dance group from the first grade year old brother Voting Trust. eminent spending, economic con- i Irols and charges of corruption in government, the publicists agreed. These political forecasts w e r e ' voiced at a luncheon held in con- ' in lied m i l i t a r y information privafe jecords. 2. Failing nropcrlv to safeguard classified military information. In March of iri.1l Ornw was in Frankfurt, Germany, for a medical checkup. The Army has said Hint .vnineonr believed to be a Soviet f-pv slipped into hjx room I her" and photographed portions of the diar.-. The published excelpls a t t r i b - uted such tiuolalions to Crow as: "War! As soon as possible' Now! ''Our a t t a c k should he directed nt enemy weakness. Although Ihe military services are primarily concerned wilh military \\-oanons and molhods. we mu.M understand Ihnt ilii« war is tolal war and is fought w i t h all weapons. "We must learn (lint in this war it N fair to hit bclou- the bell." Since (he Ornw incidc-nt, the Army b.T, forbidden all of its personnel' overseas to keep diaries or persona] , records involving rnili- t a r v m a l t e t x . ] The maximum penaltv for conviction on the ( b a r g e lodged ' acain.t the Mi-year old fjrow is ' look his wife and babv I eonfincment for five years, rlis- I | ( , visit h missal and forfi allowance";. Hi-ow has been assigned to headquarters of the Second Army rlnce the Army returned him to the Uniled States after discovery . lhat Soviet agents had gotten their hands on bis diary. Zcllcr. nusselene Gibson of Fa.v- elleville. Miss Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Lasiter. Camilla and Kath- rync Bidwell. Rob Ririwell, and Mrs. (;. C. Biriwell. The boys left Tuesday morning for Chicago,, where Ihey win visit i,nul« Ally's' family for the summer. : Mr. and Mrs. Dowlin O. I.an: caster and baby nf Peoria, 111., and IhPir sister. Margaret Burnett ,,f Sparland. III., have returned a f t e r , a visit with Mrs. J. A. Blakemore! and .lane P.lakemore and other friends. The ciris are former resl- ! dents of Prairie Grove. i A t the regular meeting of t h e ' Uons Club at Vinson's Cafe W i l - j lied Thompson was elected secretary-treasurer to succeed Hugh I Neals, who resigned. H u b e r t ' Keenc was elected to succeed Wil- ; fled Thompson as lail-twisler. The I,inns Club is inning residents o f ; Prairie Grove to pelilion Ihe postmaster for t o w n delivery. i Mr. and Mn.. .'i ck llarlan and ' haly of Okinuli: i. Okla.. were, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Harlan over the weekend. Jack Harlan Gillett, i to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs.' lure nf pay and , Collier. 1 Mr. and Mrs. r.lenn Kidler and ; dauiihler of Okmulgce, Okla.,, spent the Memorial weekend wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rov Fid- ' ler. ' j .loe Uelap has returned tn Bartlesville, Okla.. after » visit with '· his father, J. A. Delap. and his i wife and children. Mrs. Delap is i slaying with her mother, Mrs. I Speerilin, who is 111. ; Pack 34 of the Cub Scouts met at Ihc Legion Hut Monday niohi Five enlisled members of Knnlzpri Wectronics ("oillpany S-8. Fayellevllle Na\y Reserve unit, have reported to naval installations for two weeks nf active duty. Knur I and spoke to them on Iheir sum- Local Naval Reservists On Summer "Cruises" Yotir Shopping Center Brings You the First of the Season BING CHERRIES Ib. 49c Apricots-Plums All Your Soft Fruits for o Salad , If your appetite is jaded this hot Or-' with Doward Hart, nihmaster, !n' weat h er v i s it our hnritc. Kormer Scoutmaster G. (.:. w - Q I n e r / vlslr our nf Ihe men will spend their annual summer "cruises" at Great Lakes, III., while Ihe f i f t h wns omVrcd to San Diego, Calif. Ordered lo Hie Recruit Training Center,. Naval Training Cen- l(i at Hi* Great Lakes were Seamen Hecruits Arlie Hutton and Monroe Hutlnn of West Fork, and Seamen Recruits Franklin Martin and Billy Matthews nf Westville Okla. ' ': Seaman Apprentice Theodore Hacr (if Siloam Springs Is on d u t y . at the N'avnl Commissary School, San Diego. Prairie Grove Bidwell presented advancement L I t . awards to members of the pack \JPQP't'nn I P mer work. j Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hill of IV- ! oria, III., visited his mother, Mrs. ! ; Charles Hill, of I'rairie Grove, . Sunday. Mrs. Hill returned w i t h , her son for an extended \ isit. Mr. and Mrs. I .win Hoppe and children of Houston, Texas, spent the weekend visiting friends in Fayetteville and Prairie Grove. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sharp on Monday. A r v a l Sharp and George Derrick of Cle\elamk Ohio, spent several days with Sharp's parents, Mr. nad Mrs. Oscar Sharp, and C-1 ^] D other relalives. Shirley Sharp re- -ChOOl Boy turned wilh her father to spend the summer in Cleveland. The Rainhow Girls are sponsoring a square dance Friday nighl al R o'clock at Phillips Gym to raise money for Grand Assembly. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. George McMahaii and sons, who h.ive been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kred Carlisle, left Monday fnr their home in Krcsnn. Calif. Dean Carlile anrt fnmily of Kl- ler.v.-orth. Kan., and Mr and Mrs. William Carlile of Muskonee, Okla.. v i s i t e d here m cr the weekend with their parenls Mr. and Mrs. H. Ciu-lile, G. F.. Carlile and Mrs. HoVrl Layman .lames L. Patty and Mi.ss C a t h - . More than half a million tons nf erine Wood::, both of ihe music whalr meat arc raught annually in department of Stale Cnllepe at the Antarctic. You can't miss getting hungry. White and Yellow Squash--Green Corn--Fresh Peas--Fresh Greens California Red Babosa ONIONS, Ib . 17c The sweetest onion grown WINESAP APPLES, Ib. 12Vic Just the size the kids like Those Delicious Honey Flavored CALIFORNIA CANTALOUPES each 27c Home-made Limeade -- m-m-m-m-m! PERSIAN LIMES, Doz. . . 29c California Sunkist Valencia ORANGES each It's Time for Lemonade California Sunkist LEMONS, Doz. . 33c "Just Look There! A shopping bag full of fruit for a dollaror less!" We Pack a Stack of Values in Every Sack It takes a big sack of groceries rnost every marketing day to feed a family well--and here's where you get a stack of values in every sack! You'll see plenty of them listed here in our advertised specials --hut remember that weok-enrt nr v.*cek-diy .^hop- pine, you're sure to gel the best buys for your money when you shop here regularly! SNO CROP FROZEN JUICES Stock Your Freezer Now!! SNO CROP ORANGE JUICE 6-oz. can . . . . 15c SNO CROP LEMONADE, can 19c SNO CROP LIMEADE, can . 19c SNO CROP GRAPEJUICEcan 23c FRESH, MEDIUM SIZE Mure Livestock SliiiKhlrmi l.itlle Hock - Wl - I.ivpwpieht sl.-uiKhtcrinK of animals in Arkansas inrip;t::ril lit per ront in April . n\or the lotnl for the same mnnth in 195I, the Forlrral-Statp Crop Reporting Service snid yesterday. EGGS, Doz. Available Now! Peppard's Funk-G Hybrid Seed! Flat kernels «n limited this season, nut ynnr dealer has on hand the tnllnwinR G-Hybnds, subject to prior sale G-2« FLATS lll.»0p., Bu. (i in be rilnnred up fn July 2(1) G-711 LAHGE HOUNDS g 25 ,,,. B ,, G-711 REGULAR BOUNDS ': I" . J.« ^| Bu.' (Can he planted i/p to Jvlv 1) G 9 I FLATS 1 1 9 0 «,, Bu G.fll LAHGE ROUNDS {« ^ S"' G... REGULAR BOUNDS :·:·::··::·::··:: : Xl%',l aa . ( ( o n hr nlnmcrf «p (n .;,,!,, m) 0-SI1 WHITE _ TLATf , 2 . M Bu (Can hf p/nnt»d up jo July Jfl) Nolf: I'e Spanish Penntit Tinnier Plate« f"r me Hi-cnlar Hounds, I'M' Thick Planter Plates with npening S i H inch fnr I.urge Rouniif. MEMCHBER -- ir» BETTEB TO PLANT PUNK'S HOUND KEBNEU THAN All 1NFEMIOH COBNI YOUR CROP WILL BE THE IAME Al IF FLAT KERNEL* WERE M.ANTTD. BE IURr TO UIE THE PROPER PLANTER PLATE. LIMITED . . SBE YOtm JNK O DRAI.KR NOW! '··· Little Ladies Look! A Real Life-Size DOLL HOUSE FREE See the Doll House on display · this week-end. Bring your Mommy and register your :name. Some lucky little girl will win it and it might be you. 'This is for the little girls only. No winner over 12 years old. NOW IN YOUR 3 FAVORITE FLAVORS * WHITE *OOIOEN miow * CHOCOLATE FUDGE Pilllbary CAKE MIXES Lay in a supply for that "Father's Day" Cake Plan your summer meals from our varied and complete selection of cold meats. Potato Salad, Ib. 49c Lamb Patties, Ib. 79c Fresh Pork Spare Ribs, Ib. . 59c Enough meat on them to barbecue Swift's Brookfield Saus'ge Links, Ib. 59c OKOCER/fS Swift's Shortening Swiftning. 3 Ibs. 69* Wortz Pkg. Butter Cookies. 29* Borden 2 Jars Cheese Spreads. 35* Gold Crest Cheese... 2 Ibs. 69* Bonnicelli Salad Dressing Bottle . . . . 39* Rice Krispies.. pkg. Post Toasties.. pkg, Coca-Cola Dr. Pepper All Soft Drinks 6-btl. ctn. 19c Van Camp Pork Beans Mwt DMIiMlhrV vmv tav QvOTty f

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