Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 12, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 12, 1952
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r, JNM IS, IM2 BEST LESS | CommitleeOfNineToMeet In Arkansas For Study Of Prospective Research Projects MRS. TUCKER'S Shortening 3 Ib. tin 59c TIDE )ge. box 25c Morton Soft Box . . . 9c Griffin '/4 Ib. Ted With Glott FREE 29c DEL MONTE PEAS 2 --103 Cans 37c Nine experiment station dlrec-' tori -- the "Committee of Nine" which approves regional research projects under the reiearch and marketing act of 1*48--will ipend threa days in Arkanui next week to vlilt th« Unlverilty agricultural experimant stations. Dean Llppert S. Ellis of the Unlvtrilty College of Agriculture, director of the Arkaniai agrlcul- tunr! experiment station and a member of the Committee of Nine, today announced that the director! will arrive In Fayettevllle Tuesday evening. It will .be the first time the committee hit met Arkansas. On Wednesday and Thursday Room Located Beneath The Floor Of Church Basilica JACK SPRAT WHOLE CRAIN CORN 103 Can, 2 for 35c VAN CAMP'S Pork-Beans 15c IN*. 2 Can. GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25 Ibs. $1.79 StarkU TUN GfMnUM 29c FANCY TOMATOES Lb. . . . 19c FRESH CABBAGE Lb 6c , * LETTUCE 2 3 25* LEMONS Do.... 35c - CORN KING BACON Lb 39c SWIFT PREMIUM FRANKS Lb. . . . 53c ·ALLARD'S BISCUITS lOc We Reserve the Right to JJmit Quantities MISSION " STREET GROCERY I2S MISSION PHONE 117 they will make field trips to the Main Experiment Station, the new headquarters for beef cattle research In the .Lake Wedington area, and a broiler production plant; and will meet at the University to decide on research projects to be carried on during (he 1852-53 fiscal ytar. They will hear reports on the regional reiearch being conducted at the Arkansas station. They will visit the rice branch experiment itatlon in Arkansas county and the cotton branch Ita- tlon in Lee County on Friday. Members of the committee and their families will be guests of the agricultural experiment nation at dinner Tuesday evening at the Mountain Inn In Fayettevilte. Project reports will be heard Wedn«*day afternoon on Improvement of beef eattle for the Southern region through breeding; breeding better deiry cattle for the South; breeding Improvement of chickens; Masonality of milk prices and supplies; marketing poultry and eggs: and. marketing livestock In.the South. Thursday afternoon, project reports will be made on functional requirements and plans for Southern rural homei; regional cotton marketing research; mechanization of cotton production, harvesting, ginning, and cleaning; research and plant science for Improvement of cotton; breeding, culture, fertilisation and storage of small grains in the South; introduction, multiplication, preservation, and determination of po- tentlal value of new plants; pro- ductltn and utilization at pasture* and .{orate crj»* in. ^ir.SoutM, and Influence of soil properties Wr forage crop production and composition In the South. The committee Is made up of two representatives from each of the four geographic regions of the country, plus one woman who represents home economics. Members are: Dr. .P. E. Sharp, chairman, Unl- verslty of California; Dr. M. H. iCampltU, University of Rhode iilandF'V-pr. H. W. Cummlnga, North Carolina State College; Dr. A. S. 'Curry, New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts; Dr. M. A. Farrell, Pennsylvania State College; Dr. W. E. Krauss, Ohio State University; Dr. Floyd Andre and Dr. Peart P. Swanson, both of Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts; and Dr. Ellis of the University of Arkansas. Dr. Fred D. Fromme, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Is secretary of the committee. Window The Lions Club will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday for a business session at the basement of the Methodist Church. Dinner will be served by members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. Mrs. Lydia Pace has been named president of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church. Other officers are Mrs. Tony Hlatt, vice president; Mrs. Emily Denton, secretary; Mrs. Stella Osborne, treasurer; Mrs. Callle Stockburger, church activities chairman; Mrs. Peggy Shaffer, secretary of supplies; Miss Nell Naylor, secretary of literature and publications; and Mrs. Zula Williams, secretary of spiritual life. Mrs. Sybil Howard, a former Wlnslow resident who has been living »t Sewanee, Tenn.. Is visiting here en route to her home at Port Orchard, Wash. Mrs. Lee Pens* of Kansas City, Mo., is spending her vacation here with her husband, mother and brothers. Mrs. Carl Batea was to be hostess to the Thursday Club at her home on Highway 71 south Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Caudle and son have returned here after spending a year at Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Callle Stockburger Is visit- Ing her sister, Mrs. Bell Lynch, of Paris, Texas. She was accompanied to Paris by her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stockburger. The couple toured parts of Oklahoma and Texas before returning home. The Rev. Father Joseph Costa, priest at Our Lady of the Oiarki Catholic mission here, has returned from a two-week visit at Glen Rock, N. J. H* will serve as priest of at. Boniface Church at Fort Smith for a week. New York-(fl»j-The Rev. Joseph* Lynch, Fordham University seismologist, says at least one room has been located beneath the marble floor of the basilica of St. Peter's in Vatican City. Lynch, who returned here this week from Rome, said he made tests In attempts to locate Nero's Circus, where St. Paul was crucified, and the tomb of Palestrlna, an early musician. He said no positive evidence was obtained of Nero's Circus under the Belgian cobblestone and concrete surface outside the basilica. But in a try to locate Palesrina's tomb, he said. It was determined that there was a room beneath the floor of'the basilica, which he said was built on the site of a pagan cemetery dating back to Nero's, time. tests were of Vatican The "climoirraphic made at the request authorities. Cattle fattening operations near Unlonvllle, Pa. Involve cowboys who ride the range In traditional costume. Harp Trio Will Give Conceit At University A rarely heard combination of musical Instruments sity Arts Center Concert Hall at 8 p. m. on June 18. The Harp Trio, comprised of the harpist, Cynthl Otis; the flutist, Thomas Benton and the cellist, Edward Bisha, wll give a diversified program whlc! will be open to the public. Unlver sity students will be admitted with identification cards, and a small admission fee will be charg ed for others. Miss Otis was a pupil of the noted harpist, Luclle Lawrence, a. Mannes Music School. By the time she had graduated from high school with honors, she had also appeared In many recitals, on New .York City radio station programs and was selected by Rudolph Gam to be soloist with the New York Philharmonic Young P e o p l e s Series in Carnegie Hall. After this, despite her youthful age, she served on the faculty of the Hartt Musical Foundation 'and' was a member of the Hartford Symphony in addition to regular concert activities. Benton is the son of the famous painter, Thomas Benton, A successful solo appearance with the National Orchestra Association when he was only 14 led to extensive concertlzing throughout the East and New England. He studied has participated in the Berkshire Festival, has been first flutist with th.e Florida Central Symphony, and has concertlzed in France. Bisha studied at the Louisville, Ky., School of Music, the Cincinnati Conservatory and the Juil- llard School of Music. During the summer of 1949 he was soloist in the Boccherinl Concerto with the Tanglewood Orchestra at the Berkshire Music Festival. He recently joined the faculty of the University of Tennessee, and is a member of the quartet in residence there. Hew Scholarships To Be Offered By L. B. Smith New scholarship! for scientific study at the University will be offered by L. B. Smith of Fayetteville, it was announced today. The scholarships, available only to students who plan to major in chemical engineering or geology, pay |500 per year and are renewable for three additional years provided the scholarship winners meet scholastic and other requirements. Any 1952 high school graduate elow the age of 22, who is elig- ble for admission to the Uni verity, is also eligible to apply for in L. B. Smith Scholarship for Scientific Study. The winners will be selected on the bases of scholastic and scientific aptitudes, health, personality, moral char acter, school achievement, economic need. and sidered are required to file a n j The red color al California'! application with Dr. Glenn A. i redwoods If caused by chemicals Cole of the Student Counseling j which are not believed to exist in Service at the University in Fay-1 that combination any other plan Students who wish to be con- etteville not later than July 1. lin nature. YOU CANT FOOL A MIX-MASTER! W THE ONLY SHORTENING THAT GIVES YOU GUARANTEED CAKE INSURANCE at the Kansas City Conservatory, tured In a concert at the Univer- Save SH Green Stomps Meats Fairway's Week-End Buys Morrel's Pride Sausage.. lb.33c Swift Premium Frankf' rters, Ib. 55c U.S. Choice and Good Club Steak, Ib. 9fc Admiration COFFEE. Ib. Maryland Club COFFEE . Ib. 73 79 Prices Good Fri. Sat. Produce Hushpuppy Mix Potato Salad French Dressing U.S. No. 1 Whit* or Yellow Onions . Firm Grain Heads Cabbage Giant Heath Lettuce . Calif. Valencia Oranges . doz. lOc Honey Flavored Cantaloupes, ea. 25c Ib. 8c lb.3'/2C 2 for 29c The Original Thompson's Fireside "The Finest Tasting Home-made Ever" KRAFT or MIRACLE . . . 25c 15-oz. 43c CALIF. NO Potatoes TER "- 10 Ibs. 65c \ Sweet Corn, Golden Ears . 5 for 19c bottle 15c Persian Limes fits Lemons · · · · eachZc Miracle Whipwis 43c Frozen Orange Juice, Sne Crop, can 15c %.",;;· Cake Mixes Crackers Trend Jello Olives Black Pepper Soup SOAP POWDER ALL FLAVORS Pimiento Stuffed Campbell's All Varieties Giant Size 39c . . 3for25c 2 bottles 29c . 29c Scans 49c McCormick Pure I'/i-oi. Can 3 boxes $1 Prune Juice Ib. box 25c Tomato Ketchup, Heinz . .bottle 25c Wax Paper ,j u 'A 25c Aluminum Foil w . . . 29c Purex . . . . . full quart IDc Flour Pillsbury's lest 5lb. 10 Ib. 45 (with your FAI coupon) Biscuits. Borden's ... can 8c W. Gift S4N Gram Simps Opti f Dip 7 MI.-10 p.m. UvSffl JMMyi J. I. 1ROOKS ·». i. IROOKS ^* L ~- -

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