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COFFEE Crisco, 3-lb. tin.. 69c GOLD MEDAL Flour, 25-lb. bag. $1.69 Tide, giant box... 69c MtfilUM RED AND FANCY PINK Salmon, tall can.. 45c SUNNY COAST -- 44-OZ. CAN Tomato Juice.... 25c Eisenhower To Attend Event Af Gallup, N.M. Speech Scheduled, With Politics Ai Port Of Theme Denver - l/f) - Gen. Dwlght D, Elienhower, the Republican presidential nominee, will attend 'the ,10th annual inter-tribal Indian! ceremonial at Gallup, New Mexl- co, Aiiffuit 10. The general will fly from Den- 'er to G a l l u p the day of the ceremony and return here by plane hat nlf ht. Me will be met at Gallup Air- tort by Oov. E. I,. Mechem of New fexlco, Gov. Howard Pyle of FEAR SUDDEN MASSACHUSETTS STORM TOU MAY BE 8 HEINZ OR GERBER'S Foods, can.. 7?c BIBS -- Apricot, Oranf* Prtint, Orang* Juices for Babies, can 12c KRAFT'S Oleo, Parkay, Ib.. 25c 10 Difftrtnt Brandt including Richtlitu and American Lady Catsup, 14-oz. bottle 15c KRAFT'S VILVEETA Â· Â»rÂ»Â«r-Â»Â» Â· mr Â» Â·*Â·Â· T Â»Â·Â· Â· *r* Cheese, Mb. box.. 49c RICHELIEU -- Segments in Syrup Grapefruit, No. 2 can 25c Grape Juice ^-"^. 15c KRAFT'S i!k,Mb.jar39c ROYAL Puddings, 3 boxes. 19c Raisin Bran ^rv:. 15c Lettuce as eachlOc Lemons ^:. Doz. 35c Arizona, and a delegation of offl- erÂ« of the I n d i a n tribes taking art ir. the. colorful a f f a i r . A f l e r lunch at the F.i Ranchn Hotel, F.isenhower will nn to the ceremonial stadium on the outskirts of G a l l u p to watch the pageant put on by 37 Indian tribes, mostly from the Southwest. The general then will make a brief speech jrreetinj! the tribes, and--on the political side --probably will put in a pluR for elec- | tlon of R e p u b l i c a n senators and House members t h i s f a l l in the New Mexico and Arizona contests The U. S. Senate seats at Hake nre held now by Democrats, Sen Ernest W. McFarland of Arizona, the majority leader, and Sen. Dennis Chavez of New Mexico. Chavcj is opposed by Republican Patrick J. Hurley, former secretary of war and ambassador lo China. Bidding for Ins GOP nomination in Arizona are Barry Goldwaler of Phoenix nnd Lester ! Kahl of Tucson. | Neutrality In Own Party As the Republican standard hearer, Eisenhower has said he want* as much emphasis put on cnpturlnjs control of Congress from the Democrats as on his own campaipn for the W h i t e Mouse. He announced late yesterday, however, Ih.nt he will follow a policy of strict neutrality in cases where two or more Republicans In the various statea are aeeklnir nomination for the same office. The position he took means he will line up neither for or a gamut Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy of Wisconsin, for example. McCarthy, whose Communist! - In - government charges have made him a highly controversial figure, facei OOP opposition In the forthcoming state primary. Eisenhower held a Ion? conference yesterday with Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts, who managed the general's successful canipalftn for the presidential nomination. On Elsenhower's nchedule to! Axy \vere conference* with Gnv. | Val Peterson of Nebranka, Paul G. Hoffman, chairman of an advisory croup to the national Citizen* for ! F.isenhower Committee; and .Tack i Pofter. GOP national committee- : man from Texas. | LociRC. here fur a weekend con- j fcrencc of party leaders who will ; chart campaign strategy, said the ! Democrats made it plain in nomi- j natlng Sen. John J. Sparkman of I Alabama for vice president that j they have "no Intention of doinc j anrihini a f f i r m a t i v e or construe- j live" about civil riEhls. He added t h a t the Republicans. , on the other hand, will carry out ! a constructive program if they win i the White House anrt control o f | Congress. I I.odee also indicated that Kisen- hnwer soon may amplify his views rerardlnj civil rights. The seneral has said civil riKhl* matte" j should be handled mainly by the I states -- a view shared bv South- j ern Democrats anrt by Stevenson. t^*j.,f""'r *'" (rna^z-^iia.-:L..*"Â·Â·"*- -Â»Â·Â» ~' * ' Â·^S^MstR-fflitsi^crr^si: 1 :;:: . _ rÂ«*Â» l*w hÂ»l wklek Â·rerturaed. Body .1 rietlra, meowed from Hw water, la Im towed txmi. "wdf'o'f 'SahhVtaliM 15 ' mlnutt " orm ott MMiMHuaetu 1 north ahore may reach eight. It la tear Ing her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dutton. They loft for their home Sunday morning. Mary Lynn and Eugenia Maxcy have returned from a visit I their srandparents, Mr. and with Mrs. R. M. Maxey of Fort Smith. Prairie Grove's new store, "Kuykendall and Kramer," opened Saturday. Mrs. Clyde Borders li manager. The store is in tiie old post office building. The interior has been re-decorated. Nancy Garrett will work during the m yon, Tex with Mr. and Mn. L. E. It is believed that the Phoenit ians Invented wan candles. " Garrctt will work dur- It is thought that the Chin t nonlh of August at Can- | first used natural gjs, nlnini :as. She drove to Texas I from Its lource in bamboo hjbl" ' Pltin or iodize J / Aluminum Foil 25-ft. rolls in cutter boxes Box 25c Swift's '/ 2 Gal Ion Ice Cream 69c College Club or Potton's MILK ^ 21 c SOFT DRINKS Dr. Pepper, Coca-Cola Ctn. 19c Plus Drpnsit Try Mary Maesrri's Spaghetti and Meat Sauce for that hot summer meal. Generous serving for four adults. HENSLEY'S Super Market Springdole, Ark. ^Â·MM lit Prairie Grove . Friends of Dr. and Mrs. .lon-.s ! Duck Rathorod M Ihrir home Sat: urday niRht (or a farewell party Dnrtor r\:rk, who hiis bwo on the 1 t t a f f of Ihc Elir.aboth Hospital for thf past two years, is leaving. ! Guciti wtrÂ« Dr. and Mrs. DouÂ«lÂ«s ' Manning. Dr. and Mrs. Willard 1 Brooks, Dr. and Mrs. Ken Porter. : Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Bain, Dr. and : Mrs. Donald Rigsall, Mr. and Mrs. ! Donald Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Jnp ' Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Marvin, Mr. Â«nd Mrs. Chnrles McNair. Mr. and ! Mrs. Lcn Knowlcs, Mr. and Mrs. i fiobert BoRarl of Fayetteville. Mr. ! and Mrs. Jessr. Prewitt of Tillar. : Barry Parks, Tom Yost, M. J. Sharp and Rodney Riegall. ; Mrs. .1. Frank Holmes Rave n rtinnfr for visiting relative* at her ; homf Saturday night. Present ; were Mrs. l.lford Ciihson of New , Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Coir of Telliiride, Colo.. Mr. nnd Mrs. , John Oyler of Oklahoma City. Mrs. Nora Rollnns and MrÂ». Johnnie MaRnidcr. Mrs. Jim Porks drove to Tlilsa Airport Saturday to meet her frnndrtaiiKhlfr, M i s s Michael Parks, who flew from North ' Hollywood. Calif. Michael will ipenrl the rest of the summer with the Parks. I.Â«wrenee Ollen has been Â»lÂ»rt- ! Â»d to teach physical education and ! aerve as assistant cnocli Â«t Mountain Grove High School In Mis- nouri. He and hit f a m i l y are mov- Inn there thin week. Mrs. I.. I.. Gibson of New Or- lemis, and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Cole of Tfllurlde, Colo., are Â«uestj of their mother, MrÂ». Rob Mafru- er. JÂ«wÂ» Prtwltl drov*. up itatur- (tay from Tillar. for Mrs. Prewitt MM thiMfW. WIN Â·**Â· MM Â»Â·*- Wortz Ten-der-ist CRACKERS Ib. . . . 25c V2\b. . . . 18c l^ff Swift's Premium 1 Bobgno AN Meat Jb. 59c :-. Â·: Â· '.'! f'-''-:.^ Swift's Premium . l-ri-;! Ole' Fashion II Ring Bologna, Ib. 63c V-' :: i Swift's Premium ^1 Spice Luncheon Meat, Ib. 49 ; Swift's Premium Â· ^ Specialty Ham Loaf. . Ib. 89 Â·-.'Â« American or Pimento Cheese, Sliced . . . . Ib. 65? Skinless FRANKS Ib. 49 Swift's Sweet Rasher Bacon, sliced, Ib. 49c ;-.;.:.. :. Â· ?Â¥-yv "':?Â·Â·;v.y.'ff.\.Â·.Â·.-Â·...-.-..Â·Â»Â·..Â·..Â·.. .: t :'. Â· " ' .. ; .'' -..: Â·'Â·'.Â·'.Â·.-''Â· f }:-'-'y '-'/. :Â· ','j 'Â·Â·' '' ' ' ' '.'-.Â·'Â· Â·'.-:*: Â·$'$'Â· -':--Â·';/'Â·Â·- "'V^' Nancy Jo GREEN B E A N S . . . 2 cans 25* Extra Standard Swift's Premium Genuine Spring Lamb Shoulder Chops A grand hot weather meat Ib. 79c LAMB PATTIES To broil or fry Ib. 69c CALF TONGUES ' | Small and fresh i Ib. 63c GROUND BEEF Fresh lean beef Ib. 57c J4fe GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLES Krisp, Kool Vegetables from the Slopes of the Colorado Rockies GOLDEN BANTAM' CORN, Dozen Ears 49c Large, well-filled CABBAGE , . Ib. 7Vic For cole slaw GREEN ONIONS Little spring onions for the relish dish 3 Bchs. 25c California Sunkist Lemons doz. 39c I he Shopping Center's RECIPE OF TlfE WEEK Fruit Custard CokÂ« Broadest; July 26,195* 1 f*f. *hii* rife* 1 cup juice of mix fir* nntr) fruit r*ctutil 1 Vi cutÂ» Pit Milk No. 2 '/i Â«Â« frufe i ufi wÂ«ter cockitil d'tmt povJcr *KPmut Put rtle mi* into 2-qu*ft bavl. Add htlf of a mixture of J /j cup milk nnd water. Beit hard 1 minute. Stir in rÂ«c of milk mixture, then beit hard 2 minutes. Put into two Rrtwed : 9-in. round cake pnni. B*lcÂ» in mod- f tntÂ« oven (373) until cake pulli from tides of pÂ«nj or about 2) minutei. While layrrs cool, put pudding powder into iKucrpun. Stir in 1 cup milk and juif*. Brinjt to A hoil ftver medium hfÂ«r, ititrinft all the time. Cook Â·nd *tir 30 seconds. Rfmove from heat. Covtr and cool. Fold in vtlU drained fruit cocktail. Spread fruit mixrurf b*?twÂ«tn Itytfi And on top of etkt. Sprinkle coccr.;;: over ;cp. Chill 3 noun, or longer. Note: UÂ» well known brandi calling for milk on the package. Neiv Pack Peas Are In!! TRELLIS P E A S . . . 2 cans 25? Your old favorite at last year's price LINDY PEAS A small pea -- another of your favorites 2 cans 35c Ripe, Juicy California Hale Peaches Ib. 19c These are extra large for slicing'