Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 28, 1952 · Page 5
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July 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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R.F.D. Seven ·y JACK CARUSII When I began my vacation I never Intended to be iw«y to long. But after loafing for a few days it becomes increasingly hard to think of going back to work. Right now (if nothing happened) 1 am cither at Bull Shoals or on It Is Your Duty to Vote! FOR TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS CALL 2400 · Baby Sitters Supply · Political Ad paid for by Jack Burge, Faycttcville Lake Norfork somewhere. I left Fayetteville this morning, headed [in that direction, but I .haven't fully decided where we will spend the next thr« day*. Don Jones hai lived on RFD Seven for several years, but in the time I have been on the route I have never met him--or hadn't picked up a few little bits of ewi: He *ald that the Vernon Tuttlei were home again. We had been leavin(,all of Vernon's mall up at his father'! home. 'Vernen hai been working in · defense plant --at Wichita, I think. There Is an order to hold mail for the D. F. Brooks family. Bob --- ·" i n v v nun--·\ri nauii i ··»· "«· **· f · fiiuu^m Jflniliy, AQO one ;!av last week. He works | didn't know whether Mr. Brooks ~ " ' had icld out or wai just aw.y on a vacation. The Walter Honomlchl family has moved to Springdale. Mr. Honomlchl lived just off of the Hunt Lane, up near the end. In all the time I carried Walter's mall. I never did get to meet him out there. And the Roy Daughertvs have moved from the Sulphur City Community to Granby, Mo. The people who bought the Daugherty place are moving in, but Bob hasn't met them yet. Bee Blakely was telling me last week about the big get-together that was held at Mount Salem ·-terd.lv. It is an annual affair, at Lewis Brothers. Don told me that he moved over here from Oklahoma City about seven years ago. According to him, there was entirely too much bustle and confusion around there to suit him. Mr. Jones lives just a mile or so this side of Sulphur City on a small stock farm. The farm doesn't take up too much of his time, so Don holds down a regular job' In town. His cattle have had a hard time finding enough water this summer so two more ponds have been dug. Next year Mr. Jones hopes to be able to add to his herd. My puncture-proof tubes arrived while I was away on vacation, and last Friday I had them put in. I am hoping that most of my flats where plans are made for the wcl- are a thing of the past now. , The rural route carriers are sort of mixed up this week. Bob Liery, who has been carrying HFD Seven, is now subbing for Grover Couch who has left for a vacation rin to California. Keith Weir, the okl rclinhlf. is on RFD Seven until return, and Mrs. Bruce Maxwell s carrying Bruce's route. Ike "ook has returned from an ex- ended trip through several western states, and Keith worked his oute while he was away. I talked to Bob last week and local folks than the main election next November. This is a "one- party" tection «o. actually, about the only chance we have to pick our man is in the primaries . . . So let'i all vote--I have to cast my vote absentee, but it will be there. If nothing happens, I will be back Thursday. I have enjoyed beinf off the job for t while, but I'll be glad to b« back and see the folks--and I sure hope that we have a good rain between now and Thursday. .Ml MVHtt West fork kPLAN A DECORATING SPREE DURING YOUR VACATION-AT-HOME! ' Renew Your Porch and Steps with COOK'S SCUFF-PROOF FLOOR ENAMEL For Deep-Toned, Servbbob/e Walls and Trim, COOK'S FLAT E N A M E L ] 16 BEAUTIFUL, CURE-FREE COLORS · READY-TO-USE, NO MCSST MIXING · EASr-TO-APPlY-ROLL IT M BRUSH II ON Most Colors . '1.45 » USE IT ON ANY FLOOR INSIDE OR OUT-WOOD, CONCRETE OR LINOLEUM t IT'S TOUGH, ELASTIC, EXTREMELY DURABLE · DRIES SCUFF-rHOOf JUST OVERNIGHT 8 PRACTICAL COLORS '1.74 QT. Civ* Lovely, Scrubbabf. Color la Furnifur*, Woodwork with COOK'S Rap/dry ENAMEL Ready-to-uM , . . juit open, ttir, and apply. Qukkly dries to a durable, luitroui sheen, free of brushmarks. LUSTROUS COLORS '2.25 QT. GIVE YOUR HOME THE KST MIHT PROTECTION with COOK'S HOUSE PAINT H*r«'t WHY It's Your BEST BUY! · IT GOES ON EASIER . . . HIDES BETTER . . . WEARS LONGER/ · IT'S GAS-AND-FUME-PROOF . . . and MILDEW-RESISTANT! · IT'S A WHITER WHITEl · IT'S SELF-CLEANSING! SS $1569 VALUE i* Per Gallon In FIVES IT'S THE BEST COOK'S HOUSE PAINT EVER MADE! WALLPAPER SELECT THE PATTERNS FOR YOUR HOME FROM THESE VALUESI JUG. 2lc PATTIKNS NON-FADIN3 COLORS MO. 44c PATTtKNS THIS Wlf* /^»Ki ftEG. 26c KATTUNS SUNFAST-Soro Wittrllil MO. 89c PATJtKNS THIS 351- JUNFASt-WATWfAIT ma UHRITI MTnm.n tut A MU Pabcowall WALL COVERING Ideal lor Kitchens, lofrit, Nurserieif RIVALS THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF CERAMIC TILE, YET COSTS FAR LESS! DWMIUI 54 Inches Wid* CHOICE COLORS $ 12 COOK'S Ml Yow Crtdfl of Coott EAST SIDE SQUARE PHONE 526 fare of the church and cemetery for the coming year. Last year they did a lot of work, heard a lot of preaching, and raised a substantial sum of money. I think that Bee was looking for a ride out there, as he always likes to take in those gatherings and meet his old cronies. ' I hope that none of you folks forget that tomorrow Is Erection Day. It Is the one time we have a chance to get rid of what we don't like and try to get someone else in. The primary which we hold tomorrow is even more important to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill had as their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Berney Hill of DeQucen, Loyd Hill and Mrs. Nannie Price ol Springdale. Hud Carter, who has been In training in New Mexico, is spending several ilays visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Carter. Miss Joan Hill spent the weekend in Fort Smith with Dclt; Gamma sisters, attending rush parties. . Mrs. J. C. Grove and children have returned (roin Slanberry, Mo., where they have been visiting relatives. They are now visiting Mr. and Mrs. Allan Keith before returning to their home in Texas. Mrs. Bill Carter of Elton liougf. s visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Necly Fine and her father and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Carter. Mrs. Carter planned her vacation so she could attend the recent shower of Lieut, and Mrs. Jack Carter. Mnrttot In ·» TTMW-lt To the VOTERS of WASHINGTON COUNTY I On next Tuesday, July 29th, you wffl go to the Ipolls »o moke known your choice for the very I important office of County Judge. I hope that Imy service has merited your support. I am deeply grateful to the many friends who havt I been working in my behalf. In the campaign that comes to a close with your balloting I hove p ... , . 'sought to present my claim for promotion in Publ.c Service solely upon my qualifications and my training and experience in Public Office. ^ It is my ambition to moke you a good County Judge and to bring about' an effective administration of all the County affairs. I hope that all my friends w,ll cast the.r ballots early and urge their friends and tances to do the same. When this has been done we will win a ton Count" thankful to you the cititzens of With sincere appreciation to you all Richard B.Greer Candidate for COUNTY JUDGE «fd B. VOTE Tomorrow If you participate in the Democratic Primary then you'll surely want to vote tomorrow. That's the one great duty and privilege we all hove . .. that way we stond up and have ourselves counted. -IM3 -- ~ «^p and after you 've Voted Come Straight to Mvw/ Arkan$a$' Ston 46" Pucker Nylon 46" Nylon Stripe 46" Nylon Prints for this great Special Purchase Sale 51 Full Bolts Beautiful Nylon Fabrics SAVE MORE THAN 50% ,, I E J»u tWalker , Off 1 red us this 9 re °t group of truly fine nylons at this tremendous bargain price. With months of summer ahead of us here--here, for sure--is the value you've been waiting for. Every piece first quality and one that sold readily at more than twice these prices. Group 2 70' Group 1 usual $2.49 usual $2.49 usual $1.9S We ye have about six or seven shipments of these beautiful 45 inch nylons . . . and all have sold at $2.49 and $1.98 until a few days ogo when our last shipment was $1.49. Now this huge group (twice as many as ever) is only $1.00 yard. -T3B Fabrics, IB* Floor ,,. 36" Nylon Prints usual $1.49 36" Nylon GoW Print usual $1.69 Yes, 70c is the price. Think what you lavt! dainty florals in a rich group of colorings and gold tracings on a wide assortment of cetera. Our third group of thest... and ntvtr btfort ot anything like this low price. For bkxnts, hxxnt- coats, gowns, lingerie ot 70c. It's a borgoin!

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