Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 27, 1952 · Page 2
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 27, 1952
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.·*«* iy, j ». ChiJdren'* Author 40 Club Ha* To Lecture At I."A Informal Dance - - - . - * v , - -·...,.-«.- At Uark Bowl Fidkr-Hale Vcm-f Said In California JtT i/lit Hal 50 Women Work During Ped Cros; Blood Collection ·" *' *' ·.(.- »-'../.r-.." if.- ?'-/-"«'--To Wed J. D, Hatcher .'./.*,*.·. .'/» ^ f-. '.ft I Mr! "»;/,..4-' - , t'.tfir.'* K,V- Vt ', r ?.·;.;, '·- l.i ,**.·: £«H?£/*U£;'" Farrar-McKinney -It; US. DENNIS THE MENACE by vim.nm; r'"i MIII. I r-ll ·! I" lir hflff? If lh«f pf-rion nnly Itnm: how M.lly 1.^ .,1 .l,r rnnU hf«r i|(«)n! (.lion- i nil W ||| »!,,,,([· a inK rlirt k - with- il . ntt of o MM i IIMUI mni nm mMM. - SONOTONI ~' Hcoring Center Monday, Jun« 30, 19S2 Washington Hotel 10,00 AM I* 7 JO PM l« « MM « IHH y*?/yr friendly Home Town Jcirclc "W« Sfwiclli* In Time -- Diamond*, Too" JOHN I ANDRIWI, M.n«tM Ronntoni ol Forl Imllh 100 Nailh ll»lh Rloil TtUnhM* IM' I-O-N-Y rf Eeirrvj .r*.-. j- -...* '.' I ../ .. ..-. '.·-. li.v.".,l.v ··'. '.V. T,-\- ·?.,y.i- '.: ,·--. «. !; Tt-f f. «.- V.-Y..·:*-, »cr. ,~t?..vtti :'. '·· 'V.f. f.-t'..f,-i ·.in ,,'. r'.in\ K.f- V.-.-v.' T'ir» vr/!«- ' ' M y fk.r,.'.»" 7r,» - ; j:, » f / . / ( ^ T V !,*?.**»* w»t v/'/r. i./ M/i V?»f y.iltrtfl, cat- rtll,ir,f/*i r j - i l , I,,!; r.iv* I pl« woiv; · v,v,»t . Prlwi W» Hivt ic Jet-it " r'r.f tr-.-'i't'inil v/ll ii /: v ill i.r ,,· n.i. h'/rnr r,f M "..r.-i- 11.,,,., .I';./ |(! Tired of SHOUTING? LADIES' EXPANSION WATCHIANO lopj llolriloii Iji.ct H/lll only on a llmlioii ·Ufiply. Grnuloil wolcll- borul vnlu* ol Iht y*0fl nowl '^.'··"^ ACCIDINT M^ SKIfNESS r^l* INSUIANCI "SEE GEORGE MeKinncy Agency Or»r Melltaj B«k- Pkoot KUTUAL 0' M«» Yor. Ai bMl Ub lii»»ii C4. if In T~t STIA16HT tOUIION WHISKIT i MIUB* amnfi. mr- · rum, u. MUTUAL INSURANCE American Institution ENDURANCE IS A MATTER OF SAFE MANAGEMENT IN ANY INSTITUTION ENDURANCE: The oldest insurance company in the United States, the Philadelphia Contributionship, is 200 years old; organized March, 1752, bv Benjamin Franklin, one of our nation's FOUNDING FATHERS. THE CENTURY CLUB has a membership of 105 MUTUAL companies over 100 years old. OUR OWN COMPANIES, originating in June, 1922, have successfully operated for 30 years. There are over 2,000 MUTUAL companies in the United States with over 16 billion dollars worth of insurance at risk. Had our own policyholder members carried Stock Company insurance in the same amounts each of our 30 years, they would have, by conservative figures paid out more than $1,705,101.73. Whereas, they actually paid into their companies $586,471.23. The tidy sum of $1,118,630.50 was their net savings. This savings, no doubt, contributed to the modernization of so many homes, building better barns, producing better farm machinery, in fact, made for better living. This tidy sum has remained in this area, spent as shown above or put into savings: not sent East, North, South, West, to swell the coffers of out of state institutions IT HAS ENABLED FARMERS TO PAY INCOME TAXES. OUR OWN COMPANIES have paid all losses and expenses and now each has a net worth of over $100,000.00. They arc REINSURED. WE ARE NEIGHBORLY and invite you to join the march of MUTUAL INSURANCE and experience SAFETY with SAVINGS. WASHINGTON COUNTY FARMERS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY -1922 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS FARMERS MUTUAL TORNADO INSURANCE COMPANY -1924 Directors Directors A. R.'Ruppel W. E. Robtrts J. G. Buchanan Thurman Parsons H. 0. Davis Roe Stokenbury I. R. Rothrock A. D. Buell Walter Tennant R. R. Carson Earl Weir Lloyd Cote Telephone 180 P. O. Box 545 209 North Block Street

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