Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 15, 1952 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
July 15, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, July 15, 1952
Page:
Page 3
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 3 article text (OCR)

wOtTHWBT AIKANSAS T1MB, fay»W»vi!l», Ark , July T5, 1MJ , About two out of thre* adult I American* wear eye HELP WANTED Stenographer and Office Worker 44 hour minimum vteL C. A. SWANSON AND SONS SPRING AND WEST STS. FOR GOVERNOR Qualified by HONESTY * MATURITY ABILITY* EXPERIENCE L (Pottflol Ml ptM for by Jtck Holt. Jr., LJtm Rod) NOTICE Due to the drought the Producers selling milk to our plant have been forced to feed their dairy herds in order to produce milk which normally is produced on grass, therefore, the price paid to them for milk will be increased, effective July 16, 1952. Our selling price will be increased one cent per quart on all Pasteurized and Homogenized Milk. Cream, Cottage Cheese and other products will be increased accordingly. No change in price on skim milk. College Club Dairy 207 Weir Dickton Phone 530 This Beautiful DIAMOND SET! Fit foraqueen! Engagement wtddlng ring duo. 10 sparkling diamondt. UK gold. Up to 2 Years to Pay No Your Railway Labor Journal Gives McMath Support Goes All Out For Governor, Urges Senate Post I Little Rock - WP) - A national i railroad labor journal reported today that 19 rail unions endorse Gov. Sid McMath for a third term and urge his eventual election as 1J. S. senator. The weekly newspaper. Labor, published in Wash- I . ington. attributed this statement j ' t o A. E. Lyon, chairman of R a i l - | i way Labor's Political League snd I executive secretary of the Railway Executive Association: "The 19 unions composing our League are unanimous in their support of Governor McMath. "Always he has been on the side of the people -- honest business, agriculture, labor. The voters of Arkansas should give him another term in the governor's office and , then send him to Ihe Senate of the , United States. Progressive Demo- j , crats, like McMath. are needed in | Washington, as well as in Little ! Rock. I am sure the railroad | workers will do their part in the coming primary." McMath generally is regarded as a likely candidate against Sen.: John McClellan in 1954 if he gets ' his third term as governor--per- j hans even if he doesn't. j Labor gave the choice position ! on its first page to two columns j about McMath. A banner headline across top of the page said that "Sid McMath runs on his record; t rail unions urge his election." /.* ! two-column photograph of Me- j Math also was on the first page. PLANS ALTARED Gianfs, Cards Win In Midget League Play Thr Ci;m !r ; and Cards wnn Boy? Cluh MtHsct I.rftgu'- CHmr*-- \;\ c t : to thpir victory, assisted by jfwvj ; baiting and rtrffnsiv play on *he i p.irt of f'hars ' Sh'-" Htighr* Jnhn Strrip was t h * I n k i n g pitch- Lock. Titd For L««d Pans-i;pi.Bobby Locke. Swj'.h A f r i r n . shot a fll-fl7--135 (or a tie w i t h AlfreHo Casfra. Italy, mid- ·.vay t h r o u g h the French Open. r e m d i l f i r t h KI "' - P -'"' weekend, the Giants Innr-inc Ihe t',ur|f' ·.vm. P'lgirc Oorgp l.*".ns Yankees, 6-1. and the Card.'; prom ., ,, sht pllrllmc ,|ucl .inhn IM-v.iilmi: ovi-r the Induns. 4-3. nladl . , u . n ,,,,,. m , hrp , trlp ,. lo [n( . Horsey Jones hurled the Gianls p |, llr (r , r ,,,,, | nv . r ... FOR DELICIOUS SALADS * »CLIB DRESSING ENTIRELY DIFFERENT from Kif/Dmitnq You HsK far Tttfc.il Otfon - - WONDERFULLY DELICIOUS HOW OH SALE AfYOUR ItD-HAItfD ACTIESS Rhonda FlemlnK »nd Dr. Uwin V. Morrlll arc | _^ ahown in auto in Hollywood before their scheduled marriage in Karinh, Ut.. where she il on location for a film. llntr.ninlwnnl .Soi BARTON for Attorney General R HM m»ri tifwrltnc* th«n all i ·ppentnti e»mbln*d. HOGS' HEAVEN W A T E R M E L O N G A R D E N S40 Garland A v e n u e Serving Ice cold m*loni ilic*d or whol* diily from 4 to 10:30 p.m. (Operated b? 4 Univeriity Enginitering Sludtnli) S I N G With Arltaniai'Mott Colorful Candidate In Singing Hii U n u i u a I Campaign Songi. KBRS Springdale Tuwdoy 3.-3S P.M. Wednesday . . 9:00 A.M. Thuridoy . . .IMS A.M. Friday 12:00 Noon VOTE For NOBLE GILL For D«mecro)lc National CominittMman Political Art Paid for by Nobl« Gill. Obituary Charles W. Raker Rogers. Ark.-(Special) - Charlos W. Baker. 61, a former resident of Eenton County, died Saturday night at Bates Memorial Hospital in Bentonvttle. The body of Mr. Baker, whose homr is nrar Southwest. City, Missouri is at the Callison-Portnr Funeral home in Rogers. Funeral arrangemenrs are incomplete. Ho was bnrn in Kansas but haH lived many years near Rogers. He was engaged in farming near Southwest City, Mo. He visited his sister, Mrs. B. L. Kirksey in Rogers Saturday morning, returned to hip home where he became ill and was rushed to the Bates Memorial Hospiial late Saturday afternoon. Survivors are his wife. Zilpha Baker; two sons. M-Sgt. William Chester Baker, with Scott Air Force Base near St. Louis. Mo., and Charles W. Baker. Southwest City. Mo.; one daughter. Mrs. F. D. Holmes, Sunland. Calif.; three sisters. Mrs. Kirksoy of Rogers, Mrs. Betty Wardlaw of Safford, Ariz., and Mrs. Lewis Calles of Rogers; two brothers, Guy of Springdale, and Grover of Southwest. City. Mo.; and his stepmother, Mrs. Matlie Baker of Rogers. MAKES LIGHT OF KNOWLEDGE-Six-year-old Maria Angela Bergonzoli, of Milan, Italy, can make quiz kid ranks as soon as she gets the hang of her father's electrically-opera ted children's encyclopedia. Invented by Perino Bergonzoli. the volume answers 5000 questions by matching colored lights to painted symbols ai the child reader operates a t*t of dials and switches. Bergonzoli gave the only copy to his daughter when told the book would cost $40 a volume to produce. Above, Maria give* her doll * free lesson. You are cordially invited to see the NEW FALL FASHIONS ARRIVING DAILY at the · Choose from these FIRST ARRIVALS. A small deposit reserves your choice in our layaway! Paul K. Carter Funeral services for Paul K. Carter, a dishing. Okla.. welder | were conducted at the MrCord community house yesterday afternoon by the Rev. Burl Dodd. Burial was in the MrCord cemetery under the direction of Moore's Funeral Chapel. Pallbearers v.ere Raymond Wilford, Elmer Carter, John Smith, Bobhy Smith, and Lynn Turner. Top Agri Students At University Are Named Seven University College of Agriculture student; made perfect grades during the spring semester. Dean Upper! S. Ellis announced today. Five of the students making straight "A" grades w e r e ! seniors: Jesse M. Coker, Wilmar; Paul Ray Daugherty, Hope; Gloria ; June Flowers, Marianna: J. Bryon Grimmett. Jr.. Waldo; and James : Harold White. Havana. Martha i Sue Walker, Clinton, a junior, and ' Marrion Baxter Jones. Booneville, alsn made all "A" grades. Others from this area on t h e , college honor roll were, bv j classes: Seniors: Raymond E. I Evans. Fayelteville; Mary Ann I Stokenhury. Klkins; Gerald Lyn; dell Dill. Fayelteville: Jay E . . Woodhririge, Huntsville; Dorothy N. Mitchell, Green Forest; Patsy' Ann Tennison. Springdale. Juniors: Roy Theo Haydcn, Fay- , etteville; Kenneth Eugene Kerr.' Gravette. | Sophomores: Neha Luers. Fav- I etteville; Darlye Eugene Greene, G a r f i e l d ; Jerry Max Rakes, Ben: tonville. · Freshmen: Paul James Thomp- i · son, Springdale: Morna A n n ' Crawford, Green Forrnt; Mary . Lou Lookinghill. Springdale. I The body temperature of reptiles are warm or cold depending j on Ihe temperature of their e n - ' vironment PRICED AT $19922 an automatic "CP" GAS RANGE ITS A "CP" (certified performance) ROPER GAS RANGE WITH TODAY'S AUTOMATIC FEATURES PLUS THE EASE AND SPEED OF COOKING WITH GAS LIBERAL TRADE-IN ON YOUR OLD RANGE GET RID OF W R I N K L E S W H I L E YOU SLEEP WITH WONDER (lanolin) SALVE .lust t h i n k , smoothing out those ate-telling w r i n k l e s nnd hIMchcs , while you sleep. No fuss. Just apply white, creamy, vanishing »nti- septic Wonder Salve, contalnln- l«nolln inrt other v«lu«hle ingre dientj!. No stuln, no ([reuse, m. U|)y »pp»ar«nc». Apply it night «nd 'i'«tch your skin become toft snd lovely. A«k for Wonder S«1ve I «nrt Soip. (No e.ojmetir t » x V Get Ihern tnd»T »t Qinker Drug Store, fsyettevlPe., ArkinsM. ' ESTERN PANY 'Helping Build North and West Arkansas' 9

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page