Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 9, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 9, 1952
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', Jury », 1*12 IS. hi Adjudmenf Period, CaMweH TeHs BUTNU Little Rock-OP)-Dr John Tyler*- CtMwell, new president of tw ,, pablljt , nould h new kind of trouble ands of '.'omen with far less money than i ou ran do It. There is no reason why your 111., and Barbara Watson of Mom- phli, Tenn., who arf working with the Rural Home Missionary As:;o- daughters, Mr. and Mn. Ear! Fltigerald, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mills tpent th* laat of tat we*k at Rock Haven on th- James River. n*ar Cap* Fair, Mo. Mr. and MB. B. C. Capron and children of Shreveport, La., ipent , t h « weekend with Mr«. Capron's nation, spent the weekend In Ihc: uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. home of Miss Watson's a u n t and ! If. Slngletary and son, Pat of uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Luna. Springdale. Hli 41* Of a period nf adjustment." jSt^^^'A^nSjSSl, -'!, ^J--'* ^^^^^r^^l^Wc^nd. visitors in the home »ppolntment. told «ome 50 (tele- gales to the Southern farm Bureau Kegional Training School that: "In our world today we «ra witnessing ' the colored race protest . ualnsl inferior status and oppor- : a « constantly brought up as a re- Uunlty. Who can deny them , h |» I llection on your husbands lack of j maintained, bul It is ynu who will ihav* te do m»it of the r*(ofmla| |-- not your husband. I It's a fin* thing. ind**d, for a woman to b* as gifted as you, {but when your accomplishments MTM 77.-. i .1. Vu i i · i.' wceKena visitors in the Mrs. Luna took the girls to St. ,,/ M r , i O i a nri nran.r ,,,, Paul Monday mornlns. Th«y a r e , ' w a y M w « - were h*r son holding a vacation Bible School at i^Jf daughter Mr and Mrs" Pettierew this week and will he-, Burt and son Terrv «f gin one at St. Paul when it Kan. Miss Gloria Graves, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huntly of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Graves of I and Mrs. Stanley Cate have rt- rlHahftma fiti. AUn VI..P Kn«« ... -- ..J /---_~ -. -.;_ii :_ n-t,t ! Oklahoma City. Okla., has been Tight of protest or deny (hit it Is I n, n , ,,, H , u , ra -.. - u they become « grr * hm- rounded In the most fundamental prance rath.r than a. h*lp to urttt of human nature." ^"!" 1 ^\ n ?,'!' rl '!*- ""«"·« yo ur He then railed for and warned ' husband isn t ton handy or capable tp* d*l*fat*a aiainit of " , ., in Springdale for the past few days visiting her grandmother, turned from a visit in California "" ~ " Mrs. Cate visited her mother, Mrs p. B. Minor at Pasadena, Calif. of -· - - »,. . JT -- · · - · · -- · · · v . t v « , »*· *-· i-nu-Ji H I t asm\j^nm, ^ Mrs. W. A. Graves on Wett Emma I Mrs. Huntly ij th* d»ught«r Avenue. | Mrs. Cate. The Sprinsdalr Assembly of t h e ' A watermelon feast was Z7. The next meeting here will be held July 27. Twenty-four businets men and larmers from Jacksonville, Texas, visited Sprinedale Tue«day to Inspect the faciliti** of thi Sprinf- dale Central Market. After in- spectlng the market they also vh- ited the Welch Grape Juice Company. Heekin Can Company and : :he Fox Deluxe Food Company I !·· The visitors were shown through ' WUB th*vanoua places by Fred IU*d, j · 4* manafer of th* Central Market, George Pultz and Vol L«*t*r. b«comin« i "round th« house, Let him do the j Order o( n a i n u n w for Girls met a t ! added attraction when the First hv *3vino I things he wants to do, shut your Masonic Hall at 6:30 Monday ove-: Methodist Church board members »frt7ne'"TVA h%oci S lisUc by i V" ° "«ir imperfections and "!"* for , ua '·" m P«TMtive picnic ! met Monday night at the church. that the TV A is socialistic . . . oy | acknowled«* his a^int dinner. The members honored i Th; wives of board members wer* , n , doctrine." He Mld_ that In j f TM . "ilT.!.I 1 , 0 M. ?*..!! ""'I'l I the Rev. William Sexson, founder i also invited. of the order. . | Dr. John Tyler, president of the Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Smith of i University, was the guest speaker Mapb Avenue, anrl Mr. and Mrs. I ·' 'he Springdale Rotary Club Autrey DaV/ese of "Allen Avenue : Monday. Dr. Tyler was introduced j have returnfrl from a vacation I by Provost Joe Covlngton. The [ trip to the West Cnast. They also! program v/as in charge of Uylles j visited Carlsbad Cavern, the j Lovell. A number of out-of-town · gue_sts were present. ,.. ' Business and Professional nla they visited j Women's Club held its regular ... , . , . . ,....a. ^^-.i and Mr. Smith's monthly meeting Monday night the household, render | brother and slfter-in-law, Mr. and at the lounge of the First National JPJ ClOCirillr. nt' riaui umi. in j -- - - - - - - - - -- - | HuiiU "Capitalism" is a labfI that i'"«· A "' r «"· he wants to b e ; rnatM hon*st thlnkinc and under- j m o r e 'n a " · P»' che;k in his own rtindlng an mpo»slhllity. h °m« »nd yqu w o n t give him "L»t uj b«w«re. l«l our own | c "' n "' ifllnda art rul«d by prejudices and ! st °P reminding him constantly j fun which ar* »*clted by labels i o ( ' our superiority and learn to j huu 'Ant*. ld*as to clour! a n d i c x ' ° H his virtues. H* must have i i,""' fc r *"·"·'»-» ^ . , \ L , , , , ,i, t -| ··· · S35y w «MnVVl, B be added. '-TM«. good point,, , n d If, , nice Gr . an » Canyon and many o t h e r ; sues'.s w CaMw«f tlM .aid that the '«« to show appreciation of th.m j R?il s "L 1 ^**TM*TM^,^ , u,TiL? American farrow has contributed occasionally. Recoani/e him to th* wealth and prosperity of the nation, tocjut* th« ivtrtie per capita ewuumption el food in this ceurtrr Is now the highest In history. Mf old ht coneldcred this a 'Irlbut* tu the efficiency nf th* American farmer." 9*ltfat*« from 13 Southern itaM anJ Puerto Rico are attending the lour-day achool, which c|o*M t o d a y . - i mem PAOI rou» aland It! It'i about tim« h« had a «*rv»us breakdown, toe, and when it romes It should be « beauty. Your plethora of talent has made you 10 overbearingly conceited and MltVsufflclcnt t h a t only a parafon ef angels could live up to your expectation*. You have thwarted your hunbnntl in every masculln* prerogative, then you expect him to aft down me«kly whll* you pro. c«* to run everything and erltl- (-|r« his shnrtcomlnti, ft** H*a4 Of Hww* Vnii usurped hit right, as h»«d of th* house, in run its ftnanos. Trie excut* you |lv« t*r doing *· la flimsy. You nfua* t* kav* 4 ehlW Mcaute of financial coni1l tlKia--though you nuK aff*rt to buy a heus*. H your parahti wirf willing to offer aaslstanee In that purchase, surely they wouldn't ' hiv* been less g|ner«US In the c«a* ot a bahy.'A woman of your more respect and admiration, and I Mrs. Jim Smith and Mr.Vnd'Mrs watch th* war clouds disappear. "" " ~ ' " " ' EVIRYTHIWJ W PAYimvlLLE IRON «M| METAL CO. AVI Springdale Thurman Matfl«ld of Dumas, T*xas, sp«nt the past week in Sprlnidal* visiting his mother. Mrs. Vim Hatfl«ld on Highway M east. Mr. and Mn. Hubert Grain and children went to Tulia Monday to visit frlmds and relatives anrl also attend to business therr. They will return to their home Thursday, Mrs. Charles Elmer of Spring- dslt sp*nt th* w**kend with her daughter, Betty .In Elmer, who if a student at the University of Kansas City General Hospital in Kansas City. After returning to Sprlngdai* snt talked to her son. Cp|. Dick Eim»r, who is with the S hyslell therapy department of i* Sand** Bate Hospital at Albuquerque, N. M. Dick rec*nlly re- celvtd his degree. fr«m th* Ur\i- and Mrs. Al*x Hamilton and dsughtfr, faith, of Runtll- v|tl», ir* vtsl^ng Mn. Hamilton's parwti, Mr. and Mr», H. «. Clark m North Thofiipson 8tr«*t for two w**ks. Whllf fh«y ar* h*r? Mr. Hamilten is st'.wdlng th* two- w**k bagd COUTH Mint given at the Unlvorstly. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark and children, Linda, John, and Bob, «f Clmland, Ohio, arrived Monday to visit Mr. Clark's mother, Mn. R. C. Clark and his brother ind aliter-ln-law, Mr. 11)4 Mrs. H K Clark. They vlclttd other rl*nd* and r*latjv*« tn route to Springdale. M». Bruce Luna nf ChrlftU Street underwent in «m»rgenc appendectomy at the. County Hos pltal Monday. H»r condition is re ported satisfactory. Miss Jackie Sutler of Morton of RUBMASTER ettrHIMWAlCOHOl C i n l i l m : UNA- MINI ),, $m M tV MII - WINTII. OMEN fi F«H rim ltrH« Sunburn · Polton Ivy Mi · IriMff littt KAL-O-MIN Summer It itill ahead of you. Now it th* limn to buy · eemtro. In erd*r to oequqint you with our quality Jumke Album Prints, w» will develop one) print your first r*ll of film absolutely Hll wh«n accompanied with ··upon enclosed with *ath n*w e*m*ra. ?tDfiDr''K SECOND) u FOE TOPE SOME! Vontinei' Horn* Dndoriztr Spray ii foil ai o conjuror') (rick) No time-wailing wickl Juil a few o.ue«i of th* plastic bottle and o room it effectively dtodoriitd, pleoionlly icenled, and all in a matter of lecondil Overcome ilol* and unpleotont odori in bathroom, kitchen, nun- fry, tlciroem, llvlr)| room, Irtif room--th* modtrp wayl · ArTtl IIOSSOM · suet · FOtlST PINf _ Bank. Miss Maudlne Farris was in Whittier, j f h a r R e of the meeting and heard ; reports of the officers and corn- Mrs. John McLrmore: mjttee chairmen. Mrs. Nora all of i I.lneelback, chairman of the Northwest District of Business Professional Woman's Club, announced that the state BPWC Executive* Board meeting will be held in Little Rock July 26 and Allen Dean Smith Calif. Mr. and and Mrs. Dora Tulsa, spent the weekend in Springriale in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E. Dodrl and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones and THEATRE WORKSHOP'S The Whiteheaded OPENS TONIGHT SEATS STILL AVAILABLE JULY 9,10,11,12 UNIVERSITY THEATRE CURTAIN AT 1:00 CITY-WIDE JULY BARGAIN DAYS CLADRITE SPORTS WEAR TRUVAL ASSORTED COLORS ARENA T-SHIRT ASSORTED COLORS $129 $179 79* S. SIDE SQUARE PHONE 275 JULY BARGAIN IIG 81"x99" NATION-WIDE SHEETS · PERFECT! · YOU SAVE! · HURRY! SPECIAL PURCHASE! MEN'S DRESS STRAW HATS · PERFECT QUALITY! · SIZES «3/4 TO 7%! · BETTER HURRY! · REAL BARGAINS! 1.00 BARGAIN DAYS FEATURE! Boys' 8-Ounce BLUE DENIM JEANS 1.00,, · EVERY PAIR PERFECT! SANFORIZED! · ONLY 150 PAIRS AT THIS RIDICULOUS PRICE! · SIZES 4 TO 12! COME EARLY! ONE BIG GROUP BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS · PRINTED PATTERNS! · SOLID COLORS! · SIZES 4 TO 16! HURRY! HERE THEY ARE! 150 PAIR MEN'S DRESS TROUSERS · NOT ALL SIZES! SAVE! · NOT ALL PATTERNS! HURRY! · TAKEN FROM HIGHEST PRICES! ONE BIQ GROUP MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS ·COOL SKIP-PINTS! ·OUTSTANDING VALUES! 1.49 · lACi ONE GROUP BRASSIERES ·ope IOTSI ONE LOT MEN'S SHORTS · SANFOKIZID · RIAL VAIUII INQUIRE ABOUT PENNEY'S BLANKETS AT NEW LOW PRICK! DOORS OPEN AT 9 A.M RAYON KNIT HAIF JIIPS 5QQ AM niMutm ^rvr^p MEN'S RIBBED NYLON SOCKS . Cflft i MAI Ulllici TM W W UNHEARD OF VALUI! MEN'S SANFORIZED DRESS SHIRTS · FROM HIGHER PRICES! MOST ALL SIZES! · JViKY SHUT PUPBCT! UTTM HURRY! 1.66

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