Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 18, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 18, 1952
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'Increased Consumer Buying Reported For Many Products By 8AM DAWSON New York -I/ft - An upturn In consumer buying Is bringing joy . to » number of businessmen and . manufacturers. Mun.v temper their and ttf first h«lf of the year mar fin. Furniture Sale* I P At Ihe jummc-r furnishings mar| ket in Chicain, officials of the farlur.n Association report! thit i A%mlr ' i:an f'urnllur. Market and shipments n( TV sets picked up I hc M « rchjnil »« Market predict Annul Purebred Consignment Sheep Sale Set For Friday Al U. Of A. Farm : !i|ure i Glint Not Senmtlanal i None of (his IK sensational --and ' K^Jr,ni*i : '*""'" ! ^"» »- it, 0 ? "^ i: tas come for them. , |he stM , Mr|k( . , 8 hringin(! on Bu( -Furniture stores, report l h a l I n ' f h e consumer Industries affected . the last few weeks bueineitfi has ' ·f picked up. Apparel luios ire hichcr. Fa- · ·ther'a Day promotions gave men';: wcac shops much better businc;;;. than a year ago in mnrt sections of the country. Textile merchants here am selling more yardage now t h a n at any time In the last 15 months. The larger food stores report June sales r u n n i n g aiviut nine per In April and topped the year no '· * '"" ytir may matcn l a f l venlory positions arr much heal tn ' v More new homes were P a r t e d ! ' I h i s May than In the s i m i l a r ' month in 1951, the Bureau of La- j hor Statistics reports. And Arneri- cent higher t h a n a yenr afin , dicatlng greater unit volume .' , prices on most items are 1 than a year ago. The R a d i o - Television M rate. New homes means business for : a number of Induitrles. A survey by the Upholstery and Drapery in- ] Fabric- Manufacturers Association incc shows most of its members expsct wer iiirrcasrri sale volume In the nexl ' few week.?. They expect «alei iiiu- · Ihe next six months to top the r Getting .MORE Earnings, Training, Savings and Fun from His Spare Time! Ihier in most stores, thev say. Consumer buying started to pick , up about a month ago. | Retail sales in May rose by 10 to IS per cent, according io the International Home Furnishings I by the p i c k u p arc taking wh'aViov I M " rk ? 1 ' A ."'' r * H-"TM" 1 " «««-i I t h e y ran from II. I l i l o n ' ' u r n "ufc bookings have ris- I en 2Ti per cent above a year ago in 1 many Southern plants. The t e x t i l e hoomlel which I s . _ i moviiiR millions of yards of print! ·an business continues to expand cloth, broadcloth and f i l a m e n t yarn ' p b n t and equipment at a record '» a ' ;io traced back to better consumer buying. Dropping Credit Curhs Helped .Some stornt lhat report improved sales of apparel and other textiles think parl of the credit should go to Ihe recent relaxation of curbs on installment buying. The easier terms have taken some, of the pressure off consumer budgets, the stores say. and make it j possible for customers to buy j clothing. ! The New York Collon Exchange j says the consumption of cotton I rose in May, averaging 37,4001 biles a day. compared with 33.900 dally consumption in April. Demand for cotton sale yarn started Io pick up In the last half of May. The textile information service s»ys unfilled orders at the mills now amount to almost nine weeks' output, following- a gain since the first of May. A number of larse rayon and acetale weaving mills report their lutput Is sold through .July, and n some cases, through August. Illinois Club Holds Annual June Picnic Rogers-(Speciall-Morc than 200 members of the Northwest Ar- knnsas Illinois Club attended midsummer picnic Sunday at Lake Atalanta. The annual election was held, with L. E. Perry of Rogers elected president. Winn Spousta of Prairie Creek was elected vice president, and H. R. Smith was reelected secretary. A similar gathering will be helil at the Eime place In September and in January, VOUR newspaper bay has the right idea * about uelncf spare time to make money get ahead and have fun--especially in the coming summer months! To him, school va- .calion will bring no problem of what to do or where to earn-extra dollars. On his growing newspaper route, his income is limited only by hu ability to serve customers and sell new arrivals. Steady profits from his route q i v e ' h i m cash.for sports, hobbier, Irips and other summer joys for livo-wiro buy*. Hls-roule wort also helps him prepare for fu-tu's °uc cess-gam practical business experience, U ' TMr' y habils ' OTri Mwnion- gf *d"calion. No wonder teen- rate a newspaper route "TOPS" in spare-time activity! See About a Route for YOUR Son NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES DOROTHY DIX -CONTINUED FROM PAGE roim more than natural for ynu to want to see h i m , don't carry this belated devotion to the extent of shutting your mother from your life and home. The causes of Ihe separation are of no concern in this particular situation. The resultant facts are simple. Your mother worked to support and care for you; your father willingly rclrga'ted his parental obligations Io her. He has no right to claim them at this late date. A few gifts to you and your children cannot compare with the struggles your mother had Io raise you. She is entitled to first place in your heart, your life, your home. Don't cheat her! If necessary, see your father al his home, hut leave yours open to your mother. Complications such «s this are difficult for younp people to cope with, but they are a natural aftermath of divorce ind muGl be handled with as much grace as possible. Just he sure that first thing's come first -- the. 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An rw rtc* fo Ummtrt 6«r "U The annual purebred consignment sal* sponsored by the Northwest Arkansas Sheep Breeders Association will be held at the livestock pavilion of the University Farm Friday, June 20. One of tht futures of the day will be tht sheep show, to begin at « a. m. The judging will be done to determine sale order of the animals entered. Judges of the show will be C. J. Brown of the. University, and Fred Ileep, N a t i o n a l Livestock Commission Company, Oklahoma City, Okla. Eighteen registered yearling Hampshire rams and three aged rams and three ram lambs will he offered In the sale. In a d d i t i o n to this, one two-year-old Suffolk ram and two yearling rams will be offered. Sixteen registered Hampshire ewes are listed in the sale. A special consignment from Beau Geste Farms are nationally known for producing outstanding sheep. A special feature of the sheep show and sale this year will be the showing and sale of 4-H Club and FFA lambs. This is open to any 4-H Club member or F.F.A. member carrying sheep as a project. The fat lambs can be either purebred or cross bred lambs. AH entries are to be in place by 9 a. m. June 20. Dale Reed o'f Springdale will serve as auctioneer, with the sale getting underway at 1 p. m. Polk Bookout is serving as president of the Northwest Arkansas Sheep Breeders Association and is helping to make plans for the sale. J. C. Gilbreath, Fayetteville. is manager. Consignors in the sale in addition to Beau Geste Farms a r e : Polk Bookout, Route 4, Springdale: Jim Button, Route 1, Hlnds- vllle; J. C. Gilbreath, Route 4, Fayettevilie; Claud Lower, Route 1. Fayettevilie; Ben Clark, Elkini; Eugtne Eddie, Springdale; Dick Johnston 4 Son's, Fayettevllle- Garland Ivey, Route 1, Fayette- vilie; N. P. Shiploy, Farmlng- | ton; University of Arkansas, Fayletteville: H. L. Thomas. Fayette! ville; I. s. Whitely, Summers; and C. W. Phillips, Elkins. Butler ford Mr. and Mry. Harvey Tillman and cons of Tulsa, Okla., spent the ; weekend w i t h Wash Younjman as ! did Parncll Pool, also of Tulsa. : Mr. anrl Mrs. Roscoe Miller and : son, Robby. and Darrell Joe . Voungman of Fresno, Calif., are ' visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claude J Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Youngman. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Anderson, Jr., and children of Fort Smith spent the weekend w i t h Mr. Ander.-.on's parents, Mr. and . Mrs. Everette Anderson, Jr. | Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ! Claude J. Graham were Mr. and I Mrs. Bruce Graham, Ben Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Youngman and ! children, and Mr. and Mrs. John I Youngman and children, all of i Southern Grove; Mr. and Mrs I Howard Haney of Hickory Creek' i Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Graham | and children, Miss Pauline Todd, and Mrs. McGinnis and grandson, ' all of Springdale; Mr. and Mrs. i Henry Tabor of Southern Grove, ! and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe and Miss RiMtv .loe Yoiip"mrTn of F a .-«tf«j ZOE CRACEFUI Regardless of how you look at it, Mr*. Zoe Ann plsen Jenien shows fine form at Washington'i Ambassador Hotel bool. In a swan, top. or half gainer, Mrs. Jensen is a sure shot to ??j · Iy " 1 S! c «"»n*n« diving team, the trials for which are to be «»«,'? I ,?. dn1 !' ia P? Ils - i" 1 ?, 4 - 6 - Competent critics say the.blonde wife Of the Senators' outfielder should have won off the boards in ·- Londsai J ville. Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Hoscoe Miller Mrs. Herbert Hamby of Springdale Saturday Earl Dean and Gary Lee Dorsey of Kansas City, Mo., are spending the summer with relatives here. Marvin Anderson has returned home a f t e r spending two weeks 1 with relatives at Fort Smith. toy Mb Mffcr Wild CiiH Wir Musktt ' K«n«M City-(/r-A nlne-f Pa old boy accidentally killed mother ynttrday with 4 Civil w muiktt. The inoUnt fun had be purchased tht previous day by I father 16 sUrt an antique jir arms collection. Mrs. Ellen Sandman, 40. shot as she stood ne«r the ba ·teps of her home. Her son, Mar had placed a paper cap used toy pistols beneath the' rtarsmi of the muske' before firing. Joseph II. Sandman, the fatht old police lit had no idea the p. w«5 !G«U*U. Officers said xp cntly a spark from the cap nited a charge of pellets whir could have been In the barrel % GALLON Vinilii Ice (ream 63e H*U.n4 IIM. Nan* Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Gang*, Chicken HOUM or Milk Barm, ttc. Clifton Lumber Co, V. We* Fork, Ark. NOTHINO to Us field IT Compare GMC'i new gasoline-powered Series 450-30 with any other truck-tractor rated 19,500 Ibs. GVW to 35,000 Ibs. 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