Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 4, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 4, 1952
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SAFEWAY 0 1 OUR PRICING POLICY [ MCM EfbcttmTodi. Hn WtdttUir 42* Armour's Conned Meat Cen Domino Pure Cane M * iva« Crackers Sunshine Krispy or Busk-Baker Jello Six Delicious Flovors Morning Stor Large Size. Fresh Bentonville Mrs. J. O. Kumpe returned Sa urday from Little Rock where she »l»lted relatives and friends. Sh »aa accompanied by Miss Nanc Btogham who visited her slste Mlaa Bobble Blngham. Dan Pickens of Eureka Spring sp»nt the weekend here with rela Uves and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Amicl Riloy an nounce the birth of a son, Richard Shawn, Sunday, July 27. Master Sit. and Mrs. Elme Cochran of fayettcville visited Sunday with Mr. snd Mrs. Donald Holloway. Sergeant Cochran is In recruiting. The Rev. and Mrs. James A Overton and daughter, Helen, left Sunday /or Glorlctta, N M where they will spend two weeks and attend the Glorictta Bapllat Assembly. J. C. Brown, who is employed by Braniff Airways In Dallas, Texas, is home on a two-week vacation. Mr. and Mrj. w. J. Rogers and children of Little Rock are here for a two-week visit with Mrs . Rogers' mother, Mrs. J B Cox and her brother-in-law and'sister' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gigcr. Bob Picrson, son of Frank Pierson of Boutc 3, Bentonville, was In Long Beach, Calif., during the recent earthquake. Bob Is traveling with the John Brown University quartet in California. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swift of Edmond, Okla., were Sunday gueats ol Mr. and Mrs. Jim Scott and daughter, Jin, on UM Btlla V1*U Road,' Mr. and Mrs. BaJph Dunc»n r« turned Monday from a month'i vacation trip to polnti of intcret* in the SouthwMt. Th«y vliitad Grand Canyon National Park In Arizona, Bouder Dam/Las Veus Nev., and Los Anf«J«i, Calif. En' route home they viiited their ton Rex Duncan and family In AW- I ene, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Jr.; of Dallas, Texas, jpetu , nl weekend her* visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. B«k, and Xw « -- J »». « · . . . ,, * TM'"* ·P*nt laat wMk visiting frind. PUlnview '»ih! · ··w f ma, oiiu jnri, A \f JMCN Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Koons. Mrs. Donna Kisillchak and and relatives In Matador, Tcxu. Tht Her. and Mra. Richard G«i. «*r and daughters, Margaret and Nancy, will spend a two-week va- !"! k)n ,. lt ^ jk * w « dln ««»i Aufust 4 to IS. Mr. Gelfer will lead revival services at the old ~ Presbyterian Church at August 24 to J». --,..,_ »i*tiii.iijja^ BUG wo children of San Francisco, -allf., are visiting at the hom« ol ler parents, Mr. and Mn. Keet iravelte of Cent.rton. Mr. Kisilit- hak was called to the bedside ol Is seriously ill mother In Penn- ylvanla. He will join his lamily this week. rs. Paige E. Mulhollan and son, Jimmy, of Fort Smith, spent ·» --» * «»* k».in in, vpeni e weekend here visiting her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott H. Ber- Potter Mena Beck c Mr !.' H " rl Pritcn "-l in-Ived t the ** turd » r '"»" Alva, Okla., where 1 Ine she attended Northwestern State Teachers- College thla summer. She received a bachelor of science degree in education, and will teach home economics in a Kansas high school this fall. Warrant Officer J. A. Hampton aon of tin. HUH Banks of Hi- T 1 S*:. hlf » rrtv «l »' Camp Drake in Tokyo, Japan. He has been in the service since mt, and served five and one-half years in the South Pacific during World War H. His family is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Banks while he is over- .-_--7- -- ---· Mr. «nd Mrs. ·/. O. Bingham. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Co» were in K»«aa City last week visiting Mr Co* s two sisters, Mrs. Murray Ptyser and Mn. Mell Feiier Mr and Mrs. Terry Holt and ·on, Terry, of Snyder, Texas ar her. visiting with Mr. Holt's 'par enta, Mr. and Mri. Bud Holt, an other friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mcllrab) weda, Calif., announce th --.-- °* · aon, Norman Duncan July U. Mn. Mcllraby will be remembered in Bentonville as Miss Ruth Ann Duncan. Cpl. Bill W. Cooper, whose wife *"··» v « 1" P«a Ridge, is serv ing with the Seventh Infantry Division on the west-central front in North Korea. Corporal Cooper has been assigned as a driver in Bat- Artillery Automatic Weapons'fi'a't- talion. His parents, Mr. and Mrs John Cooper, live in Powell Mo c, in - E - Htlnlz ' )02 « N °rlh C Street, Rogers, recently promoted to private first class ,is now serving with the 2Sth Infantry Division in Eastern Korea. A rifle- man in Company I, 15th Regiment, he entered the Army list November and arrived in Korea June! Beef did not become Important in the American diet until after the Civil War, says the National Geographic Society. St.Joseph ASPIRIN IVY OAK* SUMAC Si* ^/ ^r "·** t^f^fmtm «ilhfMllt,gAR -HVY-DRY YOUR VOTE TO RE-NOMINATE RALPH TAYLOR AS YOUR TAX COLLECTOR WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED "T*ere Is Mo Substitute for Experience" DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY AUGUST It, lltl Politkal ad paid for by Ralph Taylor, Fayettevilla. Peter Pan Fine Peanut Butftr. 12-««. Select from 2 Grinds. OOM Heird About H! Yti've Reatf About II! "«w, you can hove · port in it . . . . I JUDGE FRANCIS CHERRY WAREHOIKESALE Be)-Air Frozen Orange Giant Tide or Dreft. 4-01. Gin Juice v/rangc », 69' "^---Margarine 19 Coffee ·*"· Candy Asparagus 22 Dolewood Colored enriched QocNters, (fc. House ... Sno-Cloud Marsh . mallows ICO. SSfe£ iHW - Mr mumium AK n mims WML* nw* comm tKAuuss v now wfff **t ov-Momm, Homsr-njoouKB S*U HKtS! m*Y fAJJIUI tt KSHAm Am HMY MAmo so m cur m not rmsar JKHT 41007 rOV SAW mY IOU CO umir Honm wmtmw m row M nmt WAUHHI twtiMtim AT INOf MfCKflar LOWHtKBA* SAW/- IW1£ UAXY fSIMUtT MHT MAHT MU YWU. *». eorr wAn-FKsrcoiu-msT CHOKII *· 79* C.n * * Veri-Fin* New Pock, All Green Fl*^*^^ Van-Zee wnecsc^ 1 ^ 005 ^ Spread Franks Armour Skinless Ib. Slab Bacon 39 Coffee y«£u£ 77 Pock IL * f 12* Cold Coin c»nt,r Cot 6-inch Mild Cure B JC^ En ^ Cut TALKATHON T lie 12 Continuous Hour Question and Answer Forum That Upset The Political Applecart in Arkansas now comes NORTHWEST ARKANSAS «nd Fayetteville's KGRH ONE DAY ONLY MONDAY, AUG. 4th ON THE RADIO You;il Be Thrilled! You I Be Excited! You B. Informed! You'll Be Amazgd! You'll Be Entertained! Only FRANCIS CHERRY of all the candidates DARED Jo answer any and ALL Questions from any and A ."·individuals FEARLESSLY, FORCEFULLY end EMPHATCIALLY. TUNE IN Follow This Schedule KGRH CHOOSE ROM OF COLORFUL JUJTY Ml MmMt Tl m A MU OUT my GO! 17t n TH MTHNS COME CtT THESE REAL JKKT/ SONfAST-WATCTfAST WHILf my LAST/ SUNFAST-WATBtfAST sm wen ·c TI He Mnass SUNFAST-WATBFAST r* 6«*fih Kerr M ° Ja r Lids Lettuci Crisp, Large Heads JbJ5 SAFEWAY - » -^rmmm m »:30-IO:00 d.m. '0:30-11:00 p. m . 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CRACK, FADE OR WARPlJ 14 EXCITING COLOtS "EASy-TO-WSTAU fOf MAI ON ANY trtQAl SMOOTH WAUI PABCOWALL WALL COVERING · EASY-TMPPLY · EASY-KMIEAH · CHOKE COLORS · H-W. WIDE SAU \ FlOOtmi UYINO KITI IMMT'OM to A OMTOHlW MaUMS AU TMC TOOUYOONnO TOMfTAUVOUR OWN PlOO«T.ll AMTKO PUmX LUBBER TILE I OKOMOU COIOM -w- 1 * COOK'S PAMT Your Credit at Cook's 526

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