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July 31, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

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, Jirfy II, IMt Ait Maryliri Clut COFFEE ·rw Frisco, 3-lb. tin fw ,75' ..69c )LD MEDAL lour, 25-lb. bag. $1.69 slide, giant box... 69c CERIUM RED AND FANCY PINK Salmon, tall can.. 45c HTK pi to fee COAST -- 46-01. CAN Tomato Juice.... 25c citj HEINZ OR iEMIR' i Baby Foods, can.. 7?c -- Apricot, Oranfti A Prune, Oranf* Juices for Babies, can I2c ill)*, ;trei T1J1C 'line j)loo, Parkay, Ib. . 25c DiHcrtHt Irandi includinf mn4 Americ.n lady r t v mn merc.n a y atsup, 14-oz. bottle 15c Kiip ·MlUrrS VELVEETA ho, mil; ·Foi 4 Choose, Mb. box.. 49c f ' ICHELIEU -- Segments in Syrup Jrapefruit, No. 2 can 25c i i tope Juice uTM£«. 15c palled Milk,Mb. jar 39c t o e vht tak the] now STPt Ll 'uddings, 3 boxes. 19c iaisin Bran *^.. ISc ettuce S;;, eachlOc Doz. 35c I Eisenhower To Attend Event At Gallup, N. M. Speech Scheduled, With Politics As Port Of Theme Denver - Iffi - G«n. Dwi(ht D, KUenhowcr, the Rtpubllctn prmi- dcnlial nomlnet, will attend the SOth innuil Inter-tribal Indlin c«remonl»l it Cillup, New Mexico, AugUft 10. The f«i«r»l w i l l fly from Dtn- ver to G a l l u p the day of the ceremony and return here by plane thlt night. He will be met «l Gallup Airport by Gov. E, L. Mechem of New Mexico, Gov. Hownrd Pyle of Arizona, and a delegation of officers of the Indian tribes taking part in the colorful a f f a i r . After lunch at the El Randin Hotel, Kisenhower w i l l jo to the ceremonial stadium on the outskirts of G a l l u p to watch the pa- reant put on by 37 Indian tribes, mostly from the Southwest. The general then will make a brief speech greeting the tribes, and--on the political side -- probably will put in a plug for election of Republican senators and House members this f a l l in the Mew Mexico and Arizona contests The U. S. Senate seats at stake ·re held now by Dfmorrats, Sen Ernest W. McFarlend of Arizona the majority leader, and Sen. Dennis Chavez of New Mexico. Chavcr is opposed by Republican Patrick J. Hurley, former secrelary of war and ambassador to China. Biddlnj for the GOP nomination in Arizona are Barry Goldwiter of Phoenix and Lester Kahl of Tucson. Neutrality In Own Party As' the Republican standard bearer, Elsenhower has said he wants as much emphasis put on capturing control of Congress from the Democrats as on his own campaign for the White House. He announced late yesterday, lowever, l h a t he will follow a Mllcy of strict neutrality in cases where two or more Republicans in Ihe various states are seeking nomination for the same office. The position he took means he vlll line up neither for or axalnst Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy of Wisconsin, for example. McCarthy, whose Communists - in - government charges have m»o him a highly controversial figure, faces OOP opposition in the forthcom- ng state primary. Elsenhower held a long conference yesterday with Sen. Henry Cibot Lodge of Massachusetts, who managed the general's successful campaign for the presidential nomination. On Elsenhower's schedule today were conferences with Gov. Va'l Peterson of Nebraska, Paul G. Hoffman, chairman of «n advisory group to the national Citizens for Eisenhower Committee; and .lack Porter, GOP national committeeman from Texas. Lodge, here for a weekend conference of party leaders who w i l l chart campaign strategy, said the Democrats made it plain in nominating Sen. John J. Sparkman of Alabama for vice president t h a t Ihey have "no Intention of doing a n y t h i n g a f f i r m a t i v e or constructive" about civil rights. He added that the Republicans, on the other hand, will cnrry out a constructive program if they win the White House anct control of Confress. j Lodge also Indicated that Eisenhower soon may a m p l i f y his views regarding civil rights. The general has said civil rights matters should be handled mainly by the rtates -- a view shared by Southern Democrats and by Stevenson. FEAR SUDDEN MASSACHUSETTS STORM TOLL MAY BE 8 rtOt» to* DM! which overturned. Bod; of rtctlw, nnvtred from the wtter, I. li towed tat D1ATH TOU In th« mdden 15-mlnute itorm off MuMchuietU' north ihore may reich eight it li feared Hundred! of lining boati were «wimped in the Kjuall, witfc wind* mcNn* near hurricmne force Rei- cuu. braved u* wtva In .mill bo.U to r»cut fen erne* (MmittoulSnndfUot,*, in» her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs/ Harry Dutton. They left /or their home Sunday rpornini;. Mary Lynn and Eugenia Maxey have returned from a visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Maxey of Fort Smith. Prairie Grove's new store, "Kuykendall ind Kramer," opened Saturday. Mrs. Clyde Borders Is manager. The store is in the old post office building. The interior has been re-decorated. Nancy Garrett will work d u r - ing the month of August at Canyon, Texas. She drove to Texas with Mr. and Mn. L. E. Oum, who hid spent tlM w**k«ld with the Ginttts. It is believed that tht Phoenicians invented wax cindlai. It is thought that the Chinese first used natural {is, piping it from its source In bamboo tubes. Aluminum Foil 25-ft. rolls in cutter boxes Box 25c emons Sunkist 306 Sii« J'ry Mary Maestri's Spaghetti ,nd Meat Sauce for that hot dimmer meal. Generous serving or four adults. HENSLEY'S Super Market Springdolt, Ark. w9^^R iFt H^Ni^lnv^rn Prairie Grove Friends of Dr. and Mrs. .Irrry Duck cathcrcri at their home Saturday niRht for a farewell party. Dwlor Duck, who has hwn on thr s t a f f of the F.lizaheth Hospital for the past two years, is Icavinu. Guests w»re Dr. and Mrs. Douglas M a n n i n n , Dr. and Mrs. Willard Brooks, Dr. and Mrs. Ken Porter. Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Bain. Dr. and Mrs. Donald nig«all, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Parks, Mr. and Mrs. .lop Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Marvin, Mr. dnri Mrs. Charles McNair, Mr. and Mrs. I,rn Knowles. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bocart of Fayottcville. Mr. and Mrs. .Icsse Pmvilt of Tillar, Barry Parks, Tom Yost, M. .1. Sharp and Rodney Riegall. Mrs. J. Frank Holmes Rave a dinner for visiting relatives «t her home Saturday niehl. Present were Mrs. l.lfnrd Oihson of N*w Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Cole of TelUtridr. Colo., Mr. and Mrs. John Oyl*r of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Nora Rollans and Mrs. Johnnie Majsruder. Mrs. Jim Parks drove to Tillsa Airport Saturday to meet her granddaughter, M i s s Mirhael Parks, who f l r w from North Hollywood, Calif. Michael will upend the rest of the summer with the Parks. Ijiwrenee C.lles has heen el»et- K\ to teach physical education and serve as assistant coach at Moun- lain Crove High School in Missouri. He and his family are moving there thin week. Mrs. I.. U Gibson of New Or- ItanK and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Col* of Tfllurld*. Colo., »r» iu««t» of th*lr mothfr, Mm. Rob M««rii- «»r. ,lrss» Prewl!! drove up Sdtur- d«y from Tillar, for Mrs. Prewltl i ·Ml eMIdrw, whn h*vt b««n vWt- Swift's '/z Gal Ion lceCream69c College Club or Patton's MILK *- 21 c SOFT DRINKS Dr. Pepper, Coca-Cola Ctn. 19c Plus Deposit Wortz Ten-der-ist CRACKERS Ib. . . . 25c Ib. . . . 18c Swift's Premium Bologno AH Meat Ib. 59c Swift's Premium Ole' Fashion Ring Bologna, Ib. 63c Swift's Premium Spice Luncheon Meat, Ib. Swift's Premium Specialty Ham Loaf. . Ib. American or Pimento Cheese, Sliced . . . . Ib. Skinless FRANKS Ib. 49* Swift's Sweet Rasher Bacon, sliced, Ib. 49c Nancy Jo GREEN BEANS 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 Ib. 63c GROUND BEEF Fresh lean beef Ib. 57c Krisp, Koo! Vegetables from the Slopes of the Colorado Rockies GOLDEN BANTAM CORN, Dozen Ears 49c Large, well-filled CABBAGE . . lb.7!4c For cole slaw GREEN ONIONS Little spring onions for the relish dish 3 Bchs. 25c California Sunkist Lemons doz. 39c The Shopping Center's RECIPE OF THE WEEK i., ir Fruit Custard Cak« 1 pkf. whiu r»k« l C "P J uki A f f - · e., r ,f,ifi iru No. 2 . din( p .ur nill. puj. dtr 1 tut i «kl«I Put «le« mtr into 2-quart bowl. AJJ hllf of « mixtur« of ! /j cup milk unit wntcr. Br«t h.rd 1 minute. Stir in rest of milk mirturc, then beat hard 1 minutfi. Put into two urtaitd 9-in. round rate pans. R.lUa in mod- rfftta oven (375) until cake pulls from ·id« of p«n$ or about 25 minutes. While laytrl cool, put puddinR powder into laucrpan. Stir in 1 cup milk and juice. Bring 'to a boil over medium M«t, Itirring oil the time. Cook ·nd »tir 30 tecondt. Remov* from ht«t. Cover «nd cool. Fold in veil- drained fruit coc'ntlil. Spread fruit mixture between laveri and on top of cate. Sprinkle coconut ever top. Chill 3 hours, or longer. Note: Use writ known brands calling for milk on tht package. New Pack Peas Are In!! TRELLIS P E A S . . . 2 cans 25* Your old favorite ot last year's price LINDY PEAS A small pea -- another of your favorites 2 cans 35c Ripe, Juicy California Hale \ Peaches Ib. 19c These ore extra large for slicing

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