Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 21, 1952 · Page 7
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July 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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SAFEWAY NOtTMWm ARKANSAS TIMS, | I They Won't Let Stevenson Alone OUR PRICING POLICY S«f«woy will m*tt tht lowest advertised prict of tvery competitor, item-by-irtm, day-May, town-by-town, quolity and condition of merchandise considered. Prices Effective Today Thru Wednesday Store Hour$-8:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. KAillc £ etor ' 9 T °» OT ITIIIIV Carnation A Cant ^i Peaches ssr^ffi 25* Marg Dalewood Colored And Enriched Quarters arme Ib18 Napk Pears · MC 1 Northern 80 ch 1119 Brand Pkg. Highway 2'/z Brand Can 15 32 Soft Drinks 19' All Popular Brands in Carton;, Carton of Six Business System Sound; Truman Tells Nation Economic Health Very Good, Says The President Wishlngtin-ljPi-Pretldent Truman siyi thit dtteltt tht httvy He'ense burden "our business syi- tem his been doing better ind our people have been livi»t bttttr ' an ever before." He painted a flowing picture of th« nition's economic health in hit mid-yeir economic meuige to Congress, reletstd during the weekend. These ire some of the highlights: Nitionil output cm be Jfled in- olher 100 billion dollirs by 1MB-- Tresent rite 340 billion, four nil- lion civiliin worteri cin get jobi in addition to the «2H millon now employed. A depresson is avoidable during a defense buildup. Despite higher taxes and inflation, real income, living ittndtrdi and savings have risen during tht two years of Korein wtrttre. Further inflation "can and should be avoided;" a (airly ittble price level is in prospect. Hindsville Mrs. Linnet Llnebarger hat received word of the detth of her cousin, Mrs. Jim Mc'Ginnis of Walsh. Colorado. Guests of Mn. Stella E. Mason on Thursday were her fitter. Mrt H. A. Cirter of west Fork. Lt. and Cherry was born September S, Mrs. Jack B. Cirter of Oklihomi .... ..- . i "OS. at Fort Worth, Texit, t h e j C l t y , Mrt. Bill Cirter of getoft 12th district nf Northeast Arkan- youngest of five children. Later | Rouge. L» . snd Tommy Threl- sas was elected governor. This! the family moved to El Reno, keld ef Detroit. ' Connie Ballin places a sigh on a portrait of Illinois Gov. AdlaTE Stevenson at the office of the "Draft Stevenson for President" movement in Chicaco. Stevenson has stated that he doesn't want the Democratic nominatinn. Illinois delegates reportedly are marshalling for a draft-Stevenson drive when the Democratic National Convention opens Monday in Chicago. Cherry's Race For Governor Recalls Election Of Futrell Little Rock - - Exacliy 20 years ago a chancellor from the year another chancellor from that same district is after the job. The successful chancellor-can- ] laying fans and didate was J. M. Futrell, now l l v - ! wheat harvest for . .., _._ ing in retirement at his ParagoulH I worked his way through the Uni- Okla. During his younger years, Cherry worked with i rail track followed the three years. He Coffee Cheese Folgers, Maxwell Ib. House .. . . Can Van-Zee 2-lb. Wisconsin. .Locf 79* 69 Cane Sugar 89 Domino or Godchaux in Factory Bags 10-lb. Bag home. The 1952 candidate Francis Cherry of Jonesboro. If Cherry succeeds, it'll he the first time since the Futrell administration that an Eastern Ar- j s | versity of Arkansas and wis grad- u a t e d from its Law School In 1931 He started the practice of law Little Rock, where he met hU kansas mar. has been elected the ', P res( ' nt campaign manager. Let- Vinegar Flour Sun Full Brand Gallon Gold Medal 10-lb. Kitchen Craft Bag 45 89 state's governor. Physically there are some superficial parallels between the Futrell of 1932 and the Cherry of 1852, Futrell'was rudrty-faced and of comparatively short stature. So is Cherry. Futrell, in his early 60's, was gray-haired. The 43- year-old Cherry also is (tray, but in his case It's premature. j Cherry Never Defeated Like three of his four oppon- ] ents for the governorship, the | quiet-spoken Cherry has never I heen defeated in a political race. j Admittedly, however, he hasn't ' been put to the test as often as j the others. i .Cherry was elected chancellor in 1942 over two opponents including the then incumbent. He fel Gentrv. Later he moved to Joneshoro. Cherry is married to the former Margaret Frlerson of Jonesboro, whom he met while both were students at the University. They have three children--Scotty, 11; Charlotte, nine, and Francis Jr., four. Cherry Is a Presbyterian, a m c m b P. r of several Masonic croups and a non-drinker. H says there'll ho no in the Governor's Mansion if. he occupies it. Cherry's chief contribution tn the pattern of Arkansas political Carol Ann Davi§ of Wichita is visiting her grin'dparents, Mr. ind Mrs. Dan Davis and' other relatives. Mr. anJ MM. Arthur Mitchell and family of Dt'.roit viiitei Mrs, Mitchell'? fither, Claude Linebarger and M's. Llnebirger tne i.jst w»:« Commencement exercises were held at the Preibyterian Churcii Friday night for'chllcken who attended th* vacation fiiblt school. Twenty-five children took pirt in plays, readings and tongi. Members of this girls quartet, Patsy Phillips, Patsy Sharrpck, Paula Flannagan ind Linda Kly : Berry, gave Mverl numbers. Cet- i tificates for attendance were g i v - 1 en. After the tervices visitors were invited tn view the wooden ' , flower boxes the children had , liquor served . made. The Her. Tom Wilson, pas-' '--'-- " ·-- tor, was superintendent of t h e ' school. I Mr. and Mrs. John R. Nichols and daughter, Patsy, of Sprinj- . was reelected in 1948 a f t e r time i ers. out for a wartime hitch in the Navy. Cherry says he sought to campaigning is the now wifely ! dale visited friends in 'Huhttville, publicized talkathon in which he | and Hindsville Friday. ' | Jimmy Stone is recovering from I a recent illness of several weeks. The Hindsville Valley Boys string band announce that the does a marathon stint of answer- | ing questions put to him hy t h e ; studio audience and radio listen- ' The custom of taking will-he at the P. J. Smith theater . . . ., . - . .- - . · · -- - * .=^,.,5. scalps i in Hindsville ' " ' ' - waive his judicial immunity and '· from victims in war was original- I for practice i enter the military forces through ; ly practiced by only a few tribes I their friends to come foi Giant Tide 69 New Giont Size Tide Giant Pkg. Selective Service, hut that when of American "Indians but was this offer was refused he accept-' spread to others by the practice cd a commission as a lieutenant; of white governments which of- ( 3 E - · fered bounties for tcalpj. or an eve- nin» of entertainment. There will be ho admission charge. Mrs. Fred E. Rted visited her sUten, Mrt. Willit Brofdoii tnd Tea Crisco Canterbury V^-lb. Fine Quality Pkg. Fine Short- 3-lb. enfng Tin Cold Cuts Ib49 Good Assortmer«^ Reody Sliced Slab S/x Inch |b. EndCuts ··*· Cabbage Colorado Green 7 Watemelons Ib 2 1 /! Guaranteed Ripe Medium Size SAFEWAY (P HM way t« Mt thtw Go Sioti Fe--the comfonible wiy to we the jreit Southwell ladiin Country ind Cilifornit. Erery StBtt Fe. trtia (serving Fred Hirvey metli of courte) it plioned, equipped ind ttiffed to mike your trip I memory you'U treuure forever. 6 doily trains from Kaniai City '(I (otttw llnnfflllim 1:15 in 'Vf' CMrt Sttttmdtm !;4! M dou 1 Pullmtn in r tiM «*t«i »:jq r n) lOHftnnt LlMIM . , . , |;00 fltn tin CraH CMCM (rlt li Jtnti).. fiw tm Tin (rtirf Cmrn (rli Amtrilttl. , t,H M ·Tht OM »r»tmlm« ifu C*U,' Sinu ft Ticl/l Otfici Ttlifltrme: Vlatr W) IItli «r WjVnJ.tt,. K,«,« t,iv f. C. I. Ml. Cm. A^t.Piu. bcii. MM. Ruby Greiter in Springdale Friday. Mr. ind Mrs. Harry Maerichell htve moved te their new homt | which they recently purchaied' from Mr. tnd Mn. Gene Shipley: In Hmdsvjllt. The Shipley f a m i l y ! hive moved to the plice formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. A l l e n ! MeGlnnis where they will reside 1 until thtir ntw homt en Highway ' 61 north of Hintlsville it complet- \ ed. Mr. ind Mrs. Allen MeGlnnis of Cilifornii hive been visiting, their pirents, Mr. ind Mrs. Or! ville McGlanis of Hindsvillt i n d ! Mr. and Mrs. Plnilto of Tonti-' towi. Buckner Keep my wttk tht ttmm-mi tkt The Buckntr Horn* Demonitri- tlon Clun mtt Fridiy iftemoon it tht Community HOUM. A short sketch of th« Book of Acti wis read ai the devotional* by Mrs. Eula Oiborne. Tht po*m of the month, "Love's Early Dreams," wai rtad by Mrt. Mamlt Atklison. Tht group dlscuistd plans for operating a booth at tht county fair and for attending the county council mttting at Morrow July 14. Game prim went to Mrs. At- kiuon and Mri. Nora Pierce. Mrs. Dor!* Drakt wai acting aecrttary in the absence of Mrs. Stacy Phtlan. Refreshment were terv- eii hy Mra. Allle Ltwson. Jr. and it, mi =·· i Mrt. Atkluon. j Ley WUbun Bwd. ten at Mn. j Clo« Boyd returned home from ! Ktniii Wednesday where he had , i been employed in the wheel her-'*" ! vert. · Mr. and Mrt. C. f. Jorieiuen of · Fiyetteville were gueiU of Mr. · and Mrt. John Wilton Friday. ! Waiter Longttreet of Piwhuski, . Okli., who hti been e futtt of Mr. ind Mri. Emett Van Erd' mionidorff, returned name Thuri- diy. Ht wis aceompinled by hii ftthtr ind mother, Mr. Mid Mn. f r a n k Longstreet, wha pita to mike i two week! vitit. Guesti of Mr. ind Mn. Keith Robint Friday were Mitt Betty Jo Ledford of Elklni ind Miss Beverly Drake of Okmulgee. Okla. PAY DAY SHOP CAPS 69 PEMNEY'J FAMOUS BIG MAC"" OVERALLS ° Hly 2.79 lli, Thick blu« etaim ram-tmckvel wHti fWurwl PuN cut ftw free d*m ·» tMtlwi; einthered metal fntenen thtrt ton'l p*9 *ff; exclusive Porvo buckle* t* k**p tuttwnd- tn tniif; bar-tacked for licttt, ef Mwne. luy n*wl The/re, tow priced, even f«f PMiwy't. M-4*. tShrlnkage won't excwd I % TOM rot VALUil BIG MAC JEANS ·THICK ILUI DINIM FOR EXTRA LONG WIAR! ·SANPORIZID! CANT SHRINK OUT OF FIT! · FIVE ROOMY POCKETS! 1 COTTON WORK SOCKS · HICL AND TOE ARE REINFORCED FOR LONGER WEAR! · CHOOSE FROM WHITE, GREY OR RANDOM! MEN'S MATCH ED SETS ·YOUR CHOICE OF KHAKI OR GREY! ·GRADUATED PATTERNS FOR PROPER FIT! · HEAVY DUTY ZIPPER FLY! PANTS 2 98 · TWO FLAP POCKETS! · DRESS SHIRTS TYPE COLLAR! · FORM FIT STYLING! SHIRTS 2 49 FLEXIILI. VULCORK SOLI WORK SHOES 6.90 T«V|h knf-wMri ih««t with (wnfcrt bulk rl|M Inl lufftjtlly bwiN Wtrtt MTtOVTff MM V u 1 1 · r k Itinlltttd for (taMf, M- t»r wwr. Pcnncy't h«t ytur ill*. 4 f* It. IXTRA HIAVY OINIMI PENNEY'! RUGttD PAY DAY' R) OVERALLS -3.29 fet extra but weeirl · S i n f e r l i e d t l Cwrt thrinti Mif ·! IM ATriolt tHMHtel fw MNVJ Mr-feckeel ert · ·4 ifralnt i *4fl SlMttl. 4ShrlnkMe won't eiceetl 1%

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