Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 13, 1952 · Page 11
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June 13, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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MOHTHWBT *«KANSA5 T1MH, Fgyctttvlllt, Arkoiww. Friday, 1 J, I«SI Ozark Playgrounds Entice Vacationist While you're hrrp for the Ar- ! kansas Press Association conven- · tion, Mr. Newspaper Man, stay · while and take a look at the Play- , grounds of the Ozark*, where the i latch string to gracious livinj is i always out and inviting you. j Embracing some 2fi,000 square, miles nf the nation's most p i r - : turesque mountains, lakes and . streams, this "land of a million smiles" welcomes you. The Play- ' grounds are an excellent plaro tft jUFi "soak up" the peace and beauty of the country, hut there's always something interesting to do and plenty of elbow room to en- ] joy it. Here's your information on this vacation area in the center of the nation, embracing adjoining sections of three friendly states--Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri-In "the words of the O.ark Playgrounds Association: , The Playgrounds of the Ozarks are a delightful mixture of an historic past and a progressive present. Modern resort accomoda- tions and excellent facilities blend happily with the charm of a by- gope day and the ever-present friendliness of the people. When you first set foot in the Playgrounds, put down your cares and look about you. Look out over the rolling hills to the. mountains that dominate the distance. Watch for a moment the cloud-shadows race across their mottled slopes. These are not towering heights to challenge the power of your automobile but rather a backdrop to the scenery, colored in greens that melt into rich riot of color in the fall. These tree-covered hills, threaded with cool streams, highlighted with placid lakes and softened with a blue , haze that falls at dusk--may well be one of your fondest Ozark vacation memories. .These Ozarks rise from the western lowland in a succession of increasingly rugged' ridges that pain altitude until finally across the entire southern section of the Playgrounds. the- gain distinction as a range known as the Boston Mountains--highest in the Ozarks. ·Unless you're content to laze in your quarters, enjoying every comfort at your elbow (a rather tempting idea, at t h a t ) you'll want 1o-do a bit of exploring. Famous views are marked with roadside signs and drive-outs are provided. A few of the better known are Inspiration Point on the Ozark Skyway leading into F.ureka Springs; the overhanging bluffs on the Prize drive into Noel, Mo.; Lookout Point on Lake Tnneycomo: Grand Lake from atop Sailboat Bridge; vistas from atop White Rock Mountain, atop Mt. Gayler. overlooking Buffalo River, or the blue wat*r of I^ake Norfolk. You'll discover many, many more. Tf it's boats you want and sparkling water on which to enioy them, the Playgrounds are the place for you. For a real thrill try boating along the curving slashes of 'the Playgrounds lake shores. Whether you like leisurely row- j ing, rooming speedboats, sails. cracking in the fresh breezt or J running a fart stream, you'll find j boating at its best. Fast cruisers j churn the waters of the lakes, j outboard motorboats race arro- i gantly by while the tips of white j sails dot the blue waters. If you are a fisherman, we're sure you have heard about our flnat trips on the big streams. Or you can sit lazily on the bank and | just "pole fish." and if you like i to fly-fish, there's fast water for small mouth bass or trout. You can cast or troll from a boat for | large mouth bass or giant channel \ catfish; or just "park" your boat ; over a crappie hole. The best of . facilities and accomodations are made available. ; "Few places are so free from restrictions. Here in this vast sun( ny land you can relax and enjoy | the fine climate, the wealth of scenery and the variety of interests. It is a carefree country of "do ns you please, go as you please." , So plan to stay awhile, and when you leave us it will be a case of "au revoir" for the Playgrounds have a way of calling you back, j * St. George is believed to be the j development of the ancient Per- | seus mylh. . , Prices Up Some On Chickens j thrnrd p.irarnle, frrsh corn ; crlery prirrs. i W;itprmplon \va«, hprnnnnjr im plentiful. nd It IP nHipved that Lh« tarthV Wh^n a rubic foot of natural gas rontjnpots a(i». in pffprt. inlands nf hurns rompMHv, Jt produces i t r l n t i v f i v hyht rork flnaM* on ruhir rnnt nf rarhon dlrxJde and ho/nirr suhst.-inrp* hclnw. two ruhir (c?i of watpr v*rxr. Fishin' is popular at Ozark Playgrounds resorts, and two young ladies display 1h tn show the sport is not only popular, but successful. H«it Hlt« India New Delhi, India-f/iP)-The temperature. In India's capital shot up to 110.6 degrees Fahrenheit yesterday. Hot winds and dust blown in from the Rajasthan Desert added on land. to the discomfort. Foisilj of animals which died in the sea are much more often preserved than those which died MORE THAN LIKELY Your Newspaperman Uses A Royal Typewriter A pencil and a typewriter are two things any newspaper man finds indispensable and you can bet that hit typewriter is a Royal whether he carries a portable or has in his office a standard sice machine. Royal hat the newest features of any typewriter. Ask about Royal when you buy. Welcome To Tayetteville Arknsas Press Association ALEXANDER TYPEWRITER CO. 9 N. BLOCK PHONE 365 Giraffes mammals. (By Tlir AttMirlatfd Press) Krying chickens and eiii"-; cov( a ! little more in most fnnd Mores this wppk. Potatoes, though niurh morp plentiful, held rinse In thr higher pricp levpk reached IaM wcpk end aflpr thPir price ceiling wore suspended. j Many frpsh vegrliihles WIMP : Inwpr in markets receiving sharply increased supplies from nearhv truck gardens enjoying f a v o r a b l y warm prow ing weather. Citrus I fruits, plums and cherries \vprp ; mostly higher. j Fryinq rhicken* u-i;h .-lanberry Ciller --ere adn'iied this year as the "official main dish" for Kai .irr's i );iy Hinnri Sunday by thp t National Father's Pay commitlpr. | Hu4 frypr pi JCPS in most sort ion? i wprp up Iwn ID ax much as PPVPII i rents H poiiiuj o\ pp Inpt wpokond j Poultry buyprs for Iradin:; store chains said dnmanrt for the licht- wciyht chickens has hppn f^nnd and lhat supplies h a v e bppn lur- Ihnr reduced because rfrent low prices have led producers to trim production. Bepf. pork and lamb prices ! showed littlp n\-erall chanqn. The one lo (wo cents a do?pn advance in larce PCBS was attributed to warmer weather, whirh in- rreases the difficulty of maintaining top egg quality and results in seasonally lower production, I'ntito Friers Soar Potato prices soared as much as 50 per cent in ninny retail markets after the ceilings were lifted and wholesale quotations were at 29-yi-ar hijrhs in some eituis. The situation was spoHy, however. A few stores even held the. retail price line at (he old i-eil- inirs and said they would try to cnr.tjnup rkiinp sn until wholpsalp prices drop, as a feature lo attract . customers. Others said they \\ould hold their potato buying In a min-' |%num undl prices returned to what their customers consider I reasonable levels -- and advised , consumers to do likewise. ! I .Snap beans, beets, broccoli r.ih- e ralch they have made . ha S P and cauliflower led the list' I of lower-priced- veRclables this | I week. Rest tomatoes were higher! . hut there was a wide rang of i prices varying with quality and I [condition. Livelier demand streng- i We Welcome the Arkansas Press Association to Fayerteville, Famous As An Educational Center. No story of the educational institutions of Arkansas is complete without mention of the FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. 0. H. Davis had already attained wide prominence as a college and business leader when he assumed ownership and control of this college. For 33 years, under his presidency, the Fayerrcville Business College has been training many thousands of ambitious young men and women for responsible Civil Service positions or places of leadership in the business world. Fayetteville Business College 309 W. Dickson "The School You'll Like" Fayetteville Arkansas Phone 63 are the tallest of Welcome, Arkansas Press Association May your delegates enjoy the visit to Fayetteville, center of one of the leading agricultural, industrial and educational areas in Arkansas. Our firm, one of the oldest and largest in Northwest Arkansas, has grown.with the progress of this rich territory. ( Ozark Grocer Co: 509 W. DICKSON PHONE 4 Welcome to Arkansas Press Association Fayetteville, center of a rich industrial and agricultural area, is an ideal city for your convention. You'll find numerous fine modern business and residential buildings in this area. We furnished material for many of the buildings. Kelley Bros! Lumber Co: 324 W. Diekson, Fayetteville, Phone 9 E. Emma Ave., Springdole, Phont 2173 City Lumber Co. 103 N. Ettt St., Ptyetteville, Phone 2931 ~ NATURAL GAS LIKE YOUR NEWSPAPER a vital part of everyday living - IT'S NATURAL GAS FOR BETTER · COOKING · REFRIGERATION · · WATER HEATING · CLOTHES DRYING · · HOME HEATING · AIR CONDITIONING · Members of the Press to Northwest Arkansas WELCOME! ARKANSAS WESTERN (JAS COMPANY "Helping Build North and West Arkansas"

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