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June 27, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NORTHWEST AffKANSAS TIMES, Foyttttviflft, Arkmioi. f'idcy, Jum T, 19S2 Mrs. Curry Honored Af Afternoon Shower A pink and blue shower in honor of Mrs. Eddy Curry ./as htld at the home of her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Eads. by Miss Colcen Wilson and Mrs. Robert Cann yesterday afternoon. Those attending were Mrs. .lake O'Dell, Mrs. Ed Fay, Mrs. Max Traphagan, Mrs. Melvin Ferjju- scm, Mrs. Herbert Ponri. Mrs. Jnmcs Ramey. Mrs. Harry Binv.-n. Mss. I.indsey Pearce. Mrs. Charles Rinkimere. Mrs. Moid Wilson. Mrs. Bob Shelley, Miss ,Van Carroll and Miss Mary Lo-4 Pearce. Those unable lo a t t e n d but who sent gifts were: Miss Bernice Newport, Miss Betty .Foyce Clark, Mfs. Clcon Gentry. Mrs. Van Earl ' Felucr. Mrs. A. W. Brown and '. Mrs. George Steele. I Prizes were won by Mrs. Mel: vin Ferguson and Miss C o l e e n : AV.ilson. Refreshments, consisting' of punch, cake and ice cream, ; were served. Boergs Back Home After.' Nine Months In Jamaica' Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Baerg and son, William, have returned from nine months at Half-Wav-Tree. St. Andrew, Jamaica. British West Indies. Dr. Baerg while there was affiliated with the University! College of the West Indies, work- ' ing on an assignment under the Fulbright act. Mrs. Acheson Apology Todoy $ Morker Stirs Comment In Congress | SI. Louis Livestock I N a t i o n a l Stnrky.-ircls. I!!. - i/J' | ( U S D A l - llnf. (u(l(). ;;rl:'.e: h . i r 1 rows and ;:h~ rin to r.u h i j r h T t t n n j Thursday'.-, a v f n i n e ; inn-.t a f h nnrr. j nn w e i g h t s u n d e r 2:1" U K ; MUVX ·steady to stnm:;.; h o u r - .Vns 1. J ' a n d 3 IRO-L'.IO His 2 l.7S-2.'.2i; largely 22.00 un ". n h ('···. liia-v.- , choice Nns. 1 a n r l j irt(l-:2'i l l u 22.35: highest since May 22: 21(1270 Ibs f u l l w i d t h of chnirp f r a H r; few 28o-3on :b? in.v.'i- 20.25; 150-170 Ihs ]3.nn-7r !20. I ' H O Ibs 16.75-18.50; f rm-. H:n IK I Washington - I/Pi - Secretary nf dcwn 1750-111 no- heavier .,,ws j State Acheson Is soing to have to stags IS (ll-n 00: do some explaining to Congress boars i n 00-13 UO : about his reported annlngy to Cattle ' 5511,' r a l v c v ?,;,n lull-, · Britain for not telling t h a t coun- sl(ady a , l h c w o n k . = a r l v ; i ,; r r . . try in advance of the American d i v i r l u a l h e a d a n d ,,,,,.,,, ,,,,, :. r ,,, d bombing of North Korean oowcr ; a n r t choice b u t c h e r sieers, and h f ' f . stations. Senator Bridges ( R - N H l | crs 25 00-33.00; uli'.iu and .-nm: told the Senate yesterday Ihe a p o l - I m o r d a | k j n r ) , n n n . , 7 s n . j , . Reds Soy U. S. Again To Blame For Potato Bugs William Ellis Patrick HH'. c i i'\'U'("l f r » | - rinnthi'r !:umnifr ihr- rh:ii-^ :h;.t r h » I ' l i i J c - l S : i : » - runn;tl STvir»»: f . , r HOW.VW7 AV-Aluminum / i W N I H C r tf. In 1'l.iim- fnr '.hi 1 annual nppou n'ifi- "f iint.ilii bugs in C'zc Secretary Reported To Have Gone Before Parliament Meeting -Till- CnlniMilii |i"ctlc. v l ' l r h brillf; h r n u ^ h t i n l n nin c n u n U v thf \T. r | r|-n impci'i i ! i i ' . Irir \z' H p F i c . i t c f l in t h e K - n l n v v \'.ir\ r t h n Pr;;^u jl o f f i c i a l - M a r i i ·' n C-iur 1 ;- pi',:w .vh" t i n - I M n - r l r . ·.··!···*· V/ealherproof and Tlriprcof · * l!l · ' · : "* Beautiful Colors fio,·-,,,-,.. iv PHONE 3031 .r.rk H ' j n M ,OR FREE ESTIMATE v.f".ir,".rT. CLARK VENETIAN , ; ,, , nri BLIND AWNING CO. pm-'.co today by U.S. novmmenl Cinti'. flknri. .in-i l n v I',.,c, Jnu ,, .-_,.,_ mnnilnrs ' ,-,,,,| p,, n !|.,t.' lr ... ' " wl """ 1 » /hi ogy -- if made -- was "a shocking ! thing." And Senator Knowland (R-CaliO. who brought t h r matter to the Senate's a t t e n t i o n bv ; and commercial rnwr, lfi.()fi-2n 00; : canntrs and r u i t e r r 13.00-17 , i n - i u t i l i t y and commrrriai h u l h ?0.-| loday-find out why it is the ler 10 me «ena,e s a u e n n n n ov o(!-24.00.- c u t t e r bulls I f i O O - i n n n ahnuTft d^maTdeTtharrfullTe'x!!' 100 ' 1 a n d Ch ° ir1 Wlllr " -~- nn -TM-'of Acheson's remarks he made ! 3n ,i ,,,.-.,,..,-,,·,-," ,' n nn ,,-' f he h?"*- sp?nt ! ''"hn Stamps, right, and Jerry Stamps, left, 11 -year-old 'twin sons of ^r'e n and : M r ' ""5 1 ""· C ' E ' *TM^ TM" '*« «* th "« P^- ·"" Ernest Bor- William attended school. During , " cn - l2 - c e n l e r - son °' Mr - a n d Mrs. .1. C. Borden. won second prize in the n i n e months they made a brief l h e a n n u a l bicycle safety parade sponsored by Montgomery-Ward, the - - - -- Chamber of Commerce and the TIMES. The parade was held yester- cay iporninp. available To Congress. Knnwlanri said if Britain wants a bigsrr voice in the conduct of the Korean war. hp would have no objection orovided the British assumed a larcer share of the burden The London account said Ac-lip- son made the apology In aboul 200 members representing both House? ( of Parliamenf during a 20-minute meeting vesterriay. Acheson was reported o hav and commercial vealcrs 10 00-°(i- 100. j · Sheen 300; f u l l y steady; d e a n lip t r a d e mostly choice and prime spring lambs 27.00-28.00; one lo! I 28.25; scattered sales mixed m i l - · l i l y l o choice 2.i.00-2(i.50: r : i l ! , ' t h r o w n u l s 1.100-17.00; scattered j s m a l l lots ffood In choice old crop j lambs 1H.OO; few yearlings I S . O O j l a n d occasionally below: cull Hear! HEARINO AID! "ROYAL" and "SUPER-ROYAL" ^^«h \ Bone Condufttin De ^et oi-ati- abiaal n-.oderoJt extra cott. 2 Colon! EtONY FINISH GOLDIN FINISH -DAr ffTUIN fftVILlGf DIXIE RADIO 421 DICKSON PHONE 1242 ' LIBfKAL ALLOWANCE For Ywr Prtstnt Refrigirotw · visit to H a i t i and were in Trinidad j for two weeks. · Baptist Ford Club ! Has All-Day Meeting The Baptist Ford Home Demon. s l r a t i n n Club met at the B a p t i s t , Ford Church Wednesday for an ! a l l - d a y mcctinc. Ten members, i o n r visitor and four c h i l d r e n were present. Mrs. L. S. Tcrhiine Ird a dis- j c u p s i t i t i on a p l a n n e d housc-krep- .'ing schedule. Mrs. Ora Lancy. : president, ;ra\ c an example, proven to hp p r a c t i c a l in her home. , The poem of the montli, "Knee ( Deep in June." by James W h i t comb Rilcy, was rend by Elsie Chnse. Mrs. Sam M i l l e r prepared two games for recrealion, one being "popular proverbF,* 1 and the . o t h e r "names nf trees." The mys: tory package was v.-on by Mrs. 1 D. i, Burnett. A Fair Committee : was appointed by the president · as Mrs. Terhune and Mr-.. Cora I They stopped in Shreveport, Cor! pus Christi, Houston and Dallas. Rood s l a u g h t e r cv.-es 4.^0-650- ac- rtfiiesun wrt i trijiu it-'u MI IIH \ i' j j, i , _ ' ^ told them American officials had Cd bucks one nrlre S...fl. Most of ihe p r i m a t e s fso-c«llcd l h j|;!!f st " E r TM P " r ?niTMJs which ' ^ ' " d e s n a n ) hve .n trees. Mrs. Ward A. Coleman of San i Antonio, Texas, arrived Isst night lo \-isit in the home nf her mother. Mrs. Blanche Joyner, and j t o be with her sister. Miss M a r - j garet Joyner, who has undergone j major surgery at the City Hos- I pita I. Miss Joyners condition is reported improved today. intended to notify t h p British defense minister. Field Marshal Lord Alexander, ^nd Selwyn ! Uoyd. British minister of state for j foreign affairs, who arrived n ' Washington last Saturday. But. he [ is reported to have explained, be! cause of a mixup over whether a j S'ntf or Defense Department of' firial was to m a k e the notification neither was informed. Not white, not wneat. not ry«, nut a flavor blend of all thr Junfe's Roman Meal HI 11-lMf Births Announcements Mr. md Mm. Vlrfll .fames Mr. and Mrs. Virgil .lames Bew| ley of Springriale announce t h e I birth of a snn. .Tune 2fi, at the County Hospital. "Get Acquainted" Dinnrr, Mt. Scquoyah The Rev. Klmer H. Hook will give a "get acquainted" dinner Wednesday on Mt. Sequoyah for n i l Civic Club members, members of the Chamber of Commerce and | other businessmen. Except [or j club members, all should c a l l him | for reservations. There will be a ' cover charge. Mr. inri Mrs. Gibrifl Pianaltn Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel P i a n a l t t of "on tit own announce the birth : of a daughter, June 26, at th County Hospital. CHICK SPECIAL 8c HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery o. «·» iA RGESfc KE NTUCKYWHlSK Ey OLD Su ok BRAND T H E O L D S U N N Y B R O O K C O M P A N Y . L O U I S V I L L E . K E N T U C K Y Jones. ! i A picnic to be held July 23, will | t a k e the place of the r e g u l a r | i m e e t i n g and will be held in the j I evening for the families, j Higher Minimum Wage Personals Mrs. A r t h u r Cooper has return! ed from a visit with her brother. ' C'. H. M r M a h a n and family in Oklahoma City. BE F R E E . . . w i t h a Wjstirighouse Mrs. H. C. Mobloy of Houston. · Texas, is here for a week's visit ; with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Sisson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Booth and d a u g h t e r . Carline, have relurned from a t t e n d i n g the supreme session of the United Travelers of America in Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City-(/Pf-Labor will probably press for a platform plank of a $1.25 hourly national m i n i m u m wage from both major parties, a u n i o n leader believe?, j Walter .Reuther, president of the CIO United A u t o Workers, said yesterday t h a t such a demand is likely. "I don't so? how a fellow ran live nn less t h a n $2 an hour," he | declared, ''but our recommends- ; j lion will probably not »« t h a t j hi^h." The present hourly wage ! floor is 75 cents. NO DEFROSTING TO D O . E V E R Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Phillips, 413 N o r t n Willow Avenue, have ret u r n e d froi.i an 18-day trip in Louisiana and Texas, where they visited relatives of Mr. Phillips. In m a n y of the lower groups of animals, organs of smei! are distributed widely over the body. ! St. Joseph Ask u« how much your present refrigerator is worth in trade «Q the one r^friperator that ' measures frost build-up, auto- m a t i c a l l y defrost it MO font frozen foods ntjiy fro?,en, rfw- pnsrs of the frost water automatically, too! ' Your trnde-in may cover *.hft full down pnyment! you CAN ti SURE .r. ir irk Smell Monthly Paymtntt Wi Carry Our Own Centrum LINK WAY STORES CO. Come! Hear! Or TUNE-1N And Listen! BIG OPENING RALLY /it* lar t«| In lit A«I4. (Ctitt*u* O*d trrm rf/uiHttW it Get them all... and save! yours w /owest-priced fine, in / fie/cff EXTRA WIDE CHOICE of Styling end Colors FIcctlinc or S l \ l d i n e , . . 2f cnlnrs and comh:n;';i; . . . I h c uMcvt choice in t h e Inv. -price fi-.-M . . . v, i t h DC Lu.v; tuloi-malchcil inlcnms. EXTRA BEAUTY AND QUAUTY of Body by Fi*h*r 71ic ernccful. flowing lines of Body bv Pisher styling . , . with extra qmtltiy and ifincr workmanship ia c\cry (Jctuil and appointment, PINE BLUFF TAYLOR FIELD Saturday, June 28 8:00 P.M 'til 9:00 P.M. ,. Every word will pack a punch. Hear the TRUE story of Arkansas' remarkable record of progress during the WcMath administration. The FACTUAL issues of this campaign will be stripped of their political trappings. McMath has the answers . . . the TRUTH WILL RE TOLD. · · · Thpusands will pom Into Pine Bluff by soccia' tram, biisw and private curs. If you cannot be there, DON'T FAIL TO TUNE-IN, ANYWHERE (fas PRICED so um! EXTRA SMOOTH PERFORMANCE of Crnterpoiie Power P.n^inc ritifs flcxiHv v:,-pciK!cd centered, pcn-il. cnslnnnrtl in n,h- K r r - l o ".\tiffi; D.ti' 1 Mh.'.itiun .ind power irnpulic\. EXTRA R I D I N G COMFORT of Improved Kn«**Action ChevroletX famed Knee-Action ride i-, -.mooihcr. softer lhan ever. New shiKit .i^orher net ion levels the road, unooihs the bumps. NwMt Local Radio Stations: KGRH -- Fayiftevillc KBRS -- Springdolc IXTKA STKENCTH AND COMFORT of Fiihtr Uniitttl Conitruction EXTRA STOPPING POWER of Jumbo-Drum Orakci Steel welded lo \ i c r l ~ a h n v e vnu. C h e v r o l e t J u m b o - D r u m hral.cs beneath you, it round vnu-to form f u l l d r u m s -S M in « one-piece unit of massive strength ihr. low-pricr field. Bonded linings and riftidity. . up lo twice as long. EXTRA STEERING EASE of Center-Point Steering Siccrinp coniinl i\ cr tile red /··;« rn the fmnt uhcr!\. You vicer. p.irk I'inil niiinri!\cr with uondcrful Cit'iC, liMle wheel effnrt. EXTRA PRESTIGE of Arnvrica't Most Popular Car \IHII t'micr A t n r r i c . i \ cti'Mtc. ! njnv the "^f l e t ; o n nf o'Aii.nij ihe t . i r ih 'i lojii^ in poruljnty, yc;u .iftci c j ( . EXTRA SMOOTHNI5I of U tOMlM t ?*£?·* ·ftnt**' POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT P A I D FOR BY .JIM WALLACE. LITTLE ROCK C H A I R M A N OF THE MrMATH FOR RE-ELECTION COMMITTEE MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR! Aultmatic Tranimlnitn A complete team »ilh extra* p o w e r f u l Valvc-in-Hcad vniinc ind Autom.ilic Choke. Optional cm D* 1 uac midoli al exui co* Green Chevrolet Co. 17 E. Meadow Phont 2SS

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