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Thursday, June 19, 1952
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a - MOttHMdiT AtKAWAi TIMK. Arkww- , , Jon. 19, 1952 4* oae MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER lllllllllllllllllllimillllllllllllimilllliliiiiiiilliliilliiiiillllllllllllllllllllllMlllllll Krancisco del Oro, C h i h u a h u a . Mc«i-u a f t r r a t t i - n d i i i K t h e i r ron' . J a c k ' s ur.-itlti.-itinn at i h i - 1.,'nlversi: ly. Thc-y have be-on (JIII-M.; at tin; home nl Ur. and Mi... M. (_; |ik. ' m n t i son. by Mrs. Clark and their M l l r h e l l , A ~ -Announcements M, ,,, Mr, a^ii ,«,,, ! ETlmTw^ 'nd''eho^ i Mr. and Mrs. Krmald Medlry o f . v e a l c r s 28.00-32.00; sorted primr : K a y p t l e v i l l c annuunc-c the birth o f - t o 34-UO; utility and commercial. · l;iNi:hii-r. J u n e 1'j, at the Coun- veslers HO.00-27.00. ' I lj' lIO.',|Jlt!il. · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . I ' a m i i v Supper, C ' d u n l r y d u l l , 7 jialdwin Co.-iimandcry Kour, Masonic- H u l l , 7:.-!o Amor.con Lecion Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7:30 Friday . . . Conl.-i.-t Cluh. Washington Hotel, 7:3n a. m. l - a y i - t t c v i l l p Board Ke.'illor.s, Ferguson's. J2 H n r m c n I ' l i i y h c J d J'roili.'im. 2::i(j W,i:d!iniilon Lodge One, Masonic H u l l , 7 \ i s i r i n . one .,f ||, 0 f n ; i U. to f i g h t on the i,c-nin:-u|a. y ; , Mn , All K. A F. C., are invited. . "" mn.'inijv arc in 1 / ( c f r c c h m e n t s will he served. Teams Meet In Loop (By The Associated Pressl First division aristocrats of the Southern Association fin s t r i c t l y uxdusive tonight in games with the best meeting only the best. c h o i c e 25.00-26.00; sprinkling Divisional lines aren't crossed, u t i l i t y and c o o c l ' 20.00-24 OD-' S c c n n r t P' ac e Mobile and third N a t i o n a l Stockyards, lll.-t/P,- ' J^TM'"";. mainly one Ilrice I7 ' 00 -'' w!"-f.!" 8 " 00 ?" ,"' ay .? Eai "J" Today's Market-- Sheep 1.000; spring lamb trade ' n n i d e r a l e l y active-; steady to SO lower t h a n Wednesday; bulk i choice and prime lots 26.50-27.00; ' t o p 2700 numerous lots good and Five Die In Bint Turin, , lialy-WVFive persons were killed today in an explosion ot the Nobel d y n a m i t e plant. T, lr . victims--four women and a man I --were working on dynamite cans ·inside a small isolated building. In only a Cow bird species do the females sin;;. Livestock (L'SDA)-Hog, 85do" "mod!MWv' W ! yeseroay; Tri t)clt Alliance Plans To Help fn Children's Clinic The Trl Delia Alliance- met yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the- home of .Mrs. L. K. Hart. Jan- ici.' and Dean streets. Included in the. business of the oftcrnonn. plans were made to help in the Crippled Children's clinic, and for the a n n u a l picnic at which members entertain their hu.'bands. Tins w i l l be held In J u l y the date to be nnnounccci later. Guests for the afternoon were Miss Carolyn D u l y of the active chapter, Mrs. W i l l i a m Dobhs, Jr., nnd Mrs, Jamrs Hubert of Vermilion. South Dakota. After the mcotlnir, refreshment of ice punch and sandwiches were served by the hostess. Hi Si Summer Cam( I Held At Wcdington i HI Si Camp, hrld June 9 through Monday at Lake Wellington, was attended by 16 members nnd three Rilests, Kay Thompson,. Barbara Wetter, and Hclsy .loner. I · A party for parents was held Wednesday evcninc; a dance was Riven Friday n i g h t ; and a weiner roast given Sunday before riMurn- iriR home. Hccrcntion cnnsi;:!crl of dancing, i.wimrt)ing and boating. The Kirls -were accompanied by Miss Margaret Wilson, Mrs. Dethul Jones, Mis. rturscll Gibson and Mrs. Carl Morclock. Friendly Bible Class ; Has Monthly Party rr-ch^ii'c NTM*! 2 " I I'ln 2 5 - " 9 Mine Blown ' sions with A t l a n t a and Memphis ^2o l 't^;;r£-7 Sa ^i Up Near N °p |es Horbor 'SnS!r ^~ "·-! place New Or; ' rival a f a m - i y reunion ....-as h e l d ' ' . . ,n',rl"h 'IT 1 "? l """° "" M l S °- A " r " h11 :l " l ««TMma K . Sale iuoj,,h, .Sunday. -,-,,,. A | 1 ,. u ,. 1 c|llh v . i n |)old . {i _ ]'-l',\"]\"'' l 'gi" 0 " ^ '." ~" l! ''"" ; 'I'"' i,"""^ ' Nap "-' s narbm " toda y- I n | 'or. changes of station. . . rurmiKim sale of summer c l o t h i n r ' l llj, i s f j n ]' no-' 'iin-fTM H ^wS? TMnir.?i ?'ff 2TM " ] " rge ccn " nooga took 4 ' 3 decision from Mo- · Limit, and M,,, Kdv.-ard P.,ul K.-'lmclay i n n r n i n , bc»inni, 1 R nl B -nn 2 r iSn ?h » J n ,, ?" T U ' 1S ' warsh " ls ' ""e 1" 'he first same of a dou- . Clark or Denver. Colo., a n n o u n c e ·*!·«* "t Edlln's Shoe Shop ' ,'TM ',,,,,? h '?,,,' b , ,,," 0 -. I7 " (): - p /' 1C n01se ° ' l h ? «p!«i°n cans- ble-header and Mobile took the ; * the b i r t h Df a v ,,, Mn r - A I , ' i Mnv - s *"" lris clown li.t)0-7j; hcav- TM panic in Naples, nearbv Sn^-l'i-cnn- 1 -- ,,. s i " ' ' c '"' : Mer_snws ]r,.nn-l(i.75; stass 13.50- rcnto and on the Isle of Capri, i 14.00. 11.50-13.50; Jew across the bav Cherry Coke Parry Given At Home Of Mrs. Smothers Mrs. W, J. Smothers was hostess ycstcrdny morning it her home, 51 1 ? Arlam* Street, for * Cherry Coke party, the second in scries to be siven here in connection with the Krancls Cherry campaign for governor. The serving table was decorated with the cherry m o t i f , having a contcrpicce of cherry branches and cherries. Cherry candy also carried out the m o t i f . The 12 suests heard n t a l k by Alderman Jack Rur/jo. Mr, and Mrs. Norman Kennan ·nd f a m i l y hnve just returned from vlslling in Magnolia and In Little Hock with friends. ; The Friendly Bible Class of ; Central Methodist Church had Its , regular m o n t h l y party w i t h Mrs. ;T. A. Marshall Wednesday morn, i n E from fl to 11 o'clock. i Miss Bess Oliver gave the de| votional. a f t e r which a social hour ;'A'«s held. The 16 members who! : were present were served refresh 1 menls by the hostess. Ssn - J - W. Fulbrlght who vlslt- | r d lhls week with his mother. j Mrs - J a . v Kulbrlght, and Mr. and I Mrs, Hal Douglas, left yosterdav ' to return to Washington, D. C. ' ! Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Polk and daughter Llnd», of Kclsicr. Ark.. : returned home today a f t e r vi::ilinq ' here wilh Mrs. J. o. Polk and : family. new FABRICS new COLORS' new DESIGNS and the moit comprehensive itocks of drapery, slipcover and upholstery material! in Northwest Arkansas from which to make your draperies, bedsproadi and furniture slipcovers (or we'll be glad to make them for you) B A R R E T T ' S 522 WEST DICKSON ST. PHONE 1094 j Mr. and Mrs. Waller Slorkhur- KCT and Mr. and Mrs. Edwnrd Stockhurger from Tennessee have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Woodruff and other relatives in Fnycttcvlllc.. MM. Allen Dowell returned Tuesday from Tnmpa, l-'la., where she attended the wedding of her j brother, James Warlen. She was i accompanied home by her mother , Mrs. L, M. Wartcn. j Second Lt. and Mrs. Jack Tay: lor plan to leave tomorrow for ! Camp Monmouth, N. J., where he : is to be stationed. Mrs. Taylor is the daiifhter of Dr. nnd Mrs. M. Mrs. Hardy Wllcoxon nnd son Hardy, Jr, of Pensacola, Fin., a r e ' Kuests of her mother, Mrs. Philo- -' rtene Gray on West M a p l e . M r s . ' Wlli-oxcm Ii Gray. the forme Beta The Fiev. nnd Mrs. F. A. C u m / , arc expected (o return t o n i p h l ! from St. Louis, where they have attended the District Conference 1 of L u t h e r a n . C h u r c h e s , held t h i s ! week. ! Mr. and Mrs, Denny Schafer of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, a n - 1 nnuncc the birth of twin sons, i Kicky and Randy, May 21. Mrs. Schafer is the former Helen Kim; : of Fayctloville. / While I.-nlhiT ind Multicolor $^95 Such wonjtrful yeunq ityles--, »uch happy companioni for ·Ii your casual fashion! -- lh«y're a light and carefree ft a br»ie. BASEMENT STORE Adv«rlitid in CHARM ind SEVENTEEN *Mu -lime M. at the W a s h i n g t o n -- (.ounl.v Hr,:.-pit,,]. TI, ( , ,,,,.,,(,,.,,.,, Ujj.f-1,,. a r a n d p a r c - n t s arc Mr. and .Mr-: L " l l l l s ·-'PC K. H a m p t o n r,l F n y c t t o v i l l c . P a t P I T i f i l y r ' t l l H i i ' i rr n i f - i i ti n« * i ""* ··"··· ·""« , u v u u i ML'tiny on and M,' r,iw- ', M ,,,.; r-l t : V I !;', a n d M r *- c -R-Boh ! ,nnan | slccrs. heifers and cows; few g nr ,d. of Shrevc,,,', i e ,le · ,u r - h / i f ,. M ''" ! "" 1 M r s ' C ri ' ""^nnan o f , and choice steers and hcifors 28 - -·:----- : :....- - ' " ' V ; ^ ' ^ ^.^^'"^""nnunre t h e b i r t h of 00-3I.SO; u t i l i t y and commercial Some of the craters of the moon are as much as 140 miles across. l«l«MoJr 1 ,]r^._^^ AMT-^SSSloii Ask about ANN DELTM k AT YOUR DRUG STORE NOW! You ton eat your cake [ and have l i W IT , too. RED CROSS DRUG North Side Square. Phone 490 Thursday, thru' Monday! J BIG TRADE-IN SALE! For Your 0/£/#0s?tf MOWER i Vf t» $35 hr Your Old POWfK MOWCK o n a n y P O W E R M O W E R SHAKESPEARE GLASS ROD Gold color glass rod rtiar »on't wirp, rat. rot Of take a set. Stainless »cel guidei. Offm hudle widi corlt gnp. Locking reel xu. 5 foot, 2 inch. dp * ! _.f III "i J'l'l lj t n ii SHAKESrCAKE NYLON SI Alt CASTING REEL Pcver Mowen it low » »IH ·!· miwtr ^ A U T O M A T I C D R I V E Like fhe New Cars! One Control . . . Give it gas, and off it foul Tliis big, 18-inch red-type mower ii powfrtd by a powerful 1.1 l,.p. Bribes and Straiten or Clinton r-as cnrjinc. Talcs all the back-breaking t ff o l t out of mnwiiif; ilic lawn. Trade in your JO^ 95 h.".nd mower or old power mower now! *^' »nii .u *«.« List Price $12.00 J 10'. 5 Eura quitcrunning nylon |etn outwear othen by yean! Smooth, level-wind action. Adjultable drag. Plajuc irbor. 100 jrird aptcicy. 3-Piece, ttletted CANE POLE Plus t complete Furnished LINE · 15 ft. line -· Cork float and sinker · Bvbed Hook / Everything you need for Ion of filhinj' All you need ii bait! Hwrock$-lbW$o»i GLASS FLY ROD and REEL Everything for the Fly Fisherman. Sensitive HI rod and HI Fly Reel. Buy now and SAVE! $ 8'.' ® SOFtet Se«mlp:i rubber tube, reinforced w i l h strong oircl ply and tovcrfd w i t h tough corrugated rubber. 4Vt(Ni . Quality-Builf GENERAL ELECTRIC O S C I L L A T I N G F A N Deluxe LAWN SPRINKLER Jtiit the fan for »ny room in your home. V e r s a t i l e . ' E c o n o m i c a i ! Quiet! Osriliatm^ mechanism is complerely enclosed, which means there arc nn exposed oily levers. duks or cranks to c a t t h dust and lint Handsomely styled in modern frost grey w i t h chrome trim. 10- indi size. Only ~i - ·" fl6'. 5 Vv/^i Goggle SPORT CAP* .98^ Other Electric Fans is low as $4.44 Ventilated side crown. Visor with removable, snap-down polatoid joggles. Ideal for all outdoor wear. MINNOW BUCKET 10 Qiutt 33 J 2 3 . Floating type. 2-piecc. Galvanized, rustproof finish. . . . to a hejvy Hrm-npoiir. Giccn if! h.\ic and ihromc amis. Fully adjustable lo jive thorough { ff Ofl · overage . . . liom a jpnilc mist » iW w' J« Other sprinklers as low it {1.39 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii L O N G - L A S T I N G H O M E B E A U T Y The One and Only House Pamt Containing "Flow Acceleulor" Ice-Cream FREEZER jft 4 -'?7'. 8 '.,.«; 10.98 M'les tlur mouth-w.,,tri, dedciou, ice cieam in , ;,' Closed. e U) .., urnin ^ '."«. Folding CAMP COT $549 S"-rdy. h» f dwood frame ,,-,,, BSrTM""'"- Folds com. P'dly for easy tarrying. " I M P E R I A L " H O U S E P A I N T Gal. A f;ood. economy houw paint /or all general piinnn^ "Presto" Pressure CANNER The quick, fa way to c*n! Low, Ijiy Prewrvei vitamins and ticli looil flavotl. ItolJi 7 |uari jars ot 16 liquid i|uaris. · Pei A top-quality house paint that ^ provides m a x i m u m coverage nnd protection lor your home. Flows «j t | 4 on smoothly in a professional£, lonf;.|ilc finish. "MIRRO-LUX" ENAMEL · Ideal for Woodwork, Furniture "·erfect finish for Automobiles 20-lb. T«tt NYLON CASTING LINE 89* Assorted Si M( NYLON FLY LINE 44 25 Ft. FURNISHED TROT LINE 98* 10x4 FURNISHED MINNOW SEINE $2.33 Eaglt Claw SNELLED HOOKS, Card of 6 33 6-foot CORD STRINGER 12 Floating SNELLED HOOK HOLDER 98* Plut · Complete Stock of Fish-Getting Lures . . . Lazy Ike, Heddons, Johnson, Arbogast, etc. ~,FW, ""-i ",r -' -i^'n, -, Ii 1 "REAL-KILL" I INSECTICIDE One cojt covers, leaving a hard, brilliant finish n-iih no brush niatks. A wide choice of color). C O L D - P A C K C A N N E R Specie* ijjj Kills ann, routes, flics jiji and oilier pests. "KWIK-MIST" Insect BOMB 79 Just aim and push buiton to kill insecta. Oklahoma 11^ SUPPLY co. QUALITY __ ra __^ 10 ·''* Host way (or home canning. tJsy 10 ilean lllurnone Unamel. 7 PRICE W. Side Squan Phon« 161 BRUNSWICK Bff TIRES · Made with COLD RUBBER for Entrt Mileage! · Made with RAYON CORDS for Greater Sifery! 6.00 x 16 12 Plus Tax with old nr« 6.70 x 15 $U,95 Plus Ta with old tin Don't flirt with danger by driving on smooth, worn litesl Replace them now with i set of BRUNSWICKS and SAVE while you tide! Scientific tfeae! design giwt maximum road itKtlon, better non-skid protection. ·mass« 10 A WEEK! 25 "HOME OF BETTER VAtiiii

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