Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 23, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 23, 1952
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NOITHWIfT AMUNSAS TWMI. J*ly J», Iff! Personals A Jgruup nf young people from Christ's Church l e f t Monday .or Jht Christian Service Camp In If'la, Kan. Fred Huckclbury is one of the evening evangelical ppeak- m of the camp. They expect, to return Saturday. Mrs. Henry Walker a n d Hrand- snn, Bryan V.'alker, I I I , left today "f'r Pakersfield, (Jalif,, where they will spend a m o n t h with Mrs- Walker's brother-in-law and sis- Jer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stark. Miss Nancy W i l l i a m s of N m t h Little Rock, arrived Monday night to visit with friends mid is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Campbell. She will remain for the weri- _ding Sunday of Miss J carmine "Campbell. 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bik*r a n d 1 ! daughters, Carolyn and Jane, h a \ e returned In their horn* at Mack's' : Creek, Mo., after spending s i x ' weeks h r r e with his mother. M r ? . Eslclle Baker, while he a t t e n d e d : the University. .lames J. Mr Roy, son 'jf Mr. and Mrs. Jerome McRoy, \vill be "arrong the musicians from the Illinois Summer Ynuth Mu5k- r a m p to be at the University of Illinois, from Friday through August f). t T h e musicians will participate as members of the Illinois Summer Youth Band. Mrs. Grace Reese Adkins is 'spending a few day? in Dallas, Texas, as the xuest O r the Rev. and Mrs. Roy C. Moore. Mr, Moore is minister of t h e Hi land Christian Church in Dallas, where Mrs. A d k i n s is a t t e n d i n g a conference on matters pertaining to "Christian v.*ork. She expects to return Thursday. j Mr. and Mi*. H. C. Knight nf i Hi! South Hall Street, had as their i quests over the weekend *heir son, j R a l p h E. K n i g h t , his wife and two i children. K n i g h t is the assistant i general manager of the Kaisei ! A l u m i n u m and Chemical C'orpora- I lion and vice president of the ! Kaiser B a u x i t e and Magnesium ; Company. They left from Tulsa. : O'rJa.. Monday m o r n i n g by p l a n e ! for their home in Berkley, Calif. · Mr. and M^s. Hoyle Philbeck ! nnd daughters, Jane and Susan, of A r l i n g t o n , Va., have left t h e i r home, a f t e r visiting his mother. Mrs. John W. Philbeck. Mr. Phil: bpck is in charge of the Bureau o' Agriculture in Washington. · D. C; En route home they will I stop in St. Louis, lo visit his sis' ter, Mrs. Faus Gary, and family. Two N a v a l Academy midshipmen from Kayettcville, are t a k i n g j part in the first of the Navy's three summer training cruises. They arc James R. Holder, son of IV!r. and Mrs. James W. Holder, 70?, North College Avenue, and J.:mes H. Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Stewart, 341 St. Charles Street. The Task Force departed from Norfolk. June 9, and will return August 5. LARGEST SOLER AT 1Q( St. Joseph Announcements ASPIRIN 'SAVE MORE-BUY 100 TABUTS.49C 1 Community Chert The Community Chest will meet at 3:30 p. m. tomorrow in iiio L-uuncii room of the City Administration buildiiiR. Hallowe'en celebrations are belie* cd to have been derived from TO THE VOTERS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY In announcing my candidacy for re-*l«rion for th» effic* of tax collector, I with to firtl ·xprnt my humbl* and prattful thanki far tht privilcgt of lerving you and working with you ai tax collector. I have triad ta do tht job in an tfficitnt and courteout way and I ft*l certain that tht txp*. rience I hare had in thii effict will enable m* to render further lervice. It i with the pramiie of my continued very belt effort! that I atk to be retained ai your collector for another term and I respectfully ·olieit your vote and support in tha DEMO- CRATIC PRIMARY ON AUGUST 12. Ralph L. Taylor Political Adv. Paid For by Ralph L. Taylor DEMOCRACY Won't Work IF THE ELECTORS DON'T VOTE! Are You Going To Be Away July 29? VOTE ABSENTEE^()\yi Get your ibsenlee ballot it the County Clerk's Office First in fayetteville OIK BOOKS ARE CLOSED! Charge Purchases Made Now ill Not Appear On Your Statement Until September! Coats of Magnificent Couturier Woo ens Utterly Fabulous Finds r .at This Rare Low Price ./ FROM ITALY · Superb Tweeds FROM HOLLAND · Iridescent Poodlei FROM SCOTLAND · Famous Highland Tweed* FROM FRANCE · Yarn-dyed Zibalines · Dresimiker Diagonal* FROM ENGLAND · Luxurious Solid Poodlei t Down-Soft Checks 49 Fall Fashion Favorite KNITTED DRESSES By Bobbie Brooks Exciting new styles and colors (1? in the season's finest zephyrl)) wools. Flattering one and two piece styles. Sizes 10 to 16. 25% Discount Sale BRYAN HOSE Clearance of discontinued colors Regularly $1 4C A SMALL DEPOSIT RESERVES YOUR CHOICE IN LAYAWAY $1.95 1 Regularly SI Ql $2.50 " All of our summer shades in beautiful, first quality 60 and 66 gauge Bryans at special prices for the first time! Sizes 8'/2 to 11. A. ^ Group Include* Milium-lined and U. S. A. Zibaline Fleece* Just like finding buried treasure! Beciute here ire fikrtc* thai ire pure luxury in looki, texture, and wearability... UM kind, incidentally, prized by famous designers . , . translated by us into new-season coals of supreme elegance, at a M premely wonderful price. Famous domestic fleeces ineludeclt too, with every coat 100% lamb's wool interlined. They're* EXCLUSIVELY OURS, and we urge you to get here early ft* this Golden Opportunity! Just Right For School! Corduroy Suits Fine pinwale corduroy two-piece suits in sizes 3 to 6x. Flared skirts · with shoulder strops . . . smartly tailored jackets . . . in colors red and blue. Reserve your choice in layawoy. · /·-·'"' Vi ' $1150 11 Moved-ro-Basement Specials! Entire Remaining Stock SUMMER SPORTSWEAR Skirts, shorts, blouses, slacks, swimsuits moved from our mam floor and priced for quick clearance. ALL REDUCED 33'/4\ to 5W

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