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August 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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-- H? iss Clark .tonored With Dessert Bridge Miss Carl.vn Clark, bride cirri 100 Attend Coffee Given At Home Of Mrs. Dulan z, iw Mrs. Harold Dulan and Mrs. Lawrence Browne were hostesses yesterday morning at a coffee, h evening.'and oilier summer flowers were and at. the table, Mrs. E. Lcighlon lludoiph poured and Mrs. Joe Fleming served. They were as* ' n t l c an- them, hut I think 1 can jet through one bad year; I got through 1334 without askinj thr sn. eminent for money. . . I've had to buy hay and lay it in, and I think I'll be here ! . next spring. . . Some fellows are I ^ 8nn Alliien Seaman ilways wanting help. Some o f ] John Allison Jbituory · V( "'»*'»··'"· Sin. Memori.l Methndlxt Church. Uak«, ale_s»tiird« nwnrt,*. I Ho ,s .survived I,', Uv,, daugh- justed by the Itev. Fr,d Hurtle- | Cook'., Paint Store. UnJmTlr | t = M . . . Mr, I. K Tucker ,,f Kayetle-, berry. Buna! will l,e ,n Tack 1 , j group. Km Christian Church Chapel reincter;/ near lingers. | l-21-x - TM (-· .-.~...». ,,, UUIIM rini.-iuii OLrtlllilll, them don t do well In ,, rood year. tilcd tYl ,, n ,, :lj]l ,,. 1(l l . . . II I han tn w o l f tn arA fin*. f*f ' sisted by Mrs. Thomas Smith and j lh was gurst of honor last it a dessert bridge and gadget' used as decorations throughout j Mrs. Darrcll Spriggs. Mrs. Glenn ·-howe-r. given at Ferguson's by the home and »s the centerpiece Hose and Mrs Walter Cole assist .Mrs. iicx S.nilli. Mrs. Billy H-J- ' or the table. land anil Miss Karolyn KarnenJ Durinc thr first hour, from 9:30 Mrs. Troy Clark, mother of the '" 10:3 ° "'clock, Mrs. lUisscll hc/noree was a special guest. If I had to wail tn grt one of those government loans In feed catllr. I'm afraid they'd ed in the living room. About I DO guests called during the morning. Wcslmeyrr received at the door. The gift table, covered in"a ml M !J' Vircil . Ficl(lcr Presided at the Checked do,,,. wa .entered wilh ^ TM ^ «» ,, "^ large watenr.g po-, fnl ,,, which in the dining room were Mrs. streamers led w i t h gagdets a i - j (j cr , r= i. BUWCII. Mrs. Haskell Ut-i ~ lached. A lazy Susan was the gif|i lev. Mrs. Thad Rowden. Jr.. and Amtricnn Ltfien Auxiliary Announcements . Lewis Callison of Rogers, in thn living room wrrc from the hostesfrs. ' Mr: Etta Huberts and Mrs. Lee nob- Mrs - W. N. Pittman and Mrs. Gar. ?rts. Game prix" w;n ,0 n i.,. ^*... ! land Melton. i BE fec£ i , h ," w *° in * w .^j^r" rccoiwl atl The American Legion Auxiliarv will have its regular business meeting tonight at 7:30 p .m., in the Legion Hul. to death Lester Elliott, Route fi: "At the time uf ihc merlins (July 18) ] thought the c'lumy could eel along without it (disaster relief), and I slill feel that way. Frankly, it looks like a political move, to get as many on- lisaletl in the government as they cnn." ' | Joe S. Reed, Route 4: : "I don't think v.r need il 1 don't think anybody will be turned down at lhe banks, if they are in business enough lo need to buy - I ' d like to see Wasl a Fajpttciillc resident fur the l 12 vc,n«, died ia.'t ii;;hl in home al Hl(i Wen Second blr after., Mav son of Spaikl ncd ii died i Scamri Bcntnn Ions illnr s. He uas bnr Ififil, ill Swirl.i. Temi, |i: HUM In KMa Uaiiirl', tt hn Kayelic'. ille in l'J.|7. Mi. i moved (ruin Tcniic.«..ci: lo t.'ounly. A i k , when ;t See the Newest Styles in- DIAMOND BANDS No Carrying Chorg* , r Credit ot DROUTH BROKEN .. hington MM Fork rre.by*rt.n Church uZ"ca,e'""itselfTM '" '"' """ James A. Burris chaplain at the One farmer who asked M,,I h. Veterans Hospital, w.ll be guest not he ,den i ied hv «»,,,, , fn speaker at the West Fork Prcs- I cd the T M F S tL I byterian Church, for the II o'clock j tives of , "f R vern^'nt^TM · worship service Sunday mornin S ., agencies ha/ a^Sed hinT seeking his help i,, g c t tj n g t h ^ county declared a disaster area Clyde Carnes of Karmington said he believes "a lot of ncopl( , don ', realize the seriousness of t h i s thmg^lhe drouth and the future results." While not wanting to be abrupt about it in any w a y " he declared he felt Ih.-it' -the dis- good ,-I.T can't ' " ' " ' * a - v l i f y 'or it." He as- Cracked, Dry Skin Seotht--tefltn--htlp heal ·nd rtlitvi fliry itch with ' Oil-rich' Resinoi OINTM£NT-*Con««i,i Lanolin ·ml Mrs. ("In.t ton lienliev ... i !.»:.. An;:rlc", oilf ; me brnt'her, _ ' l l ('. Se-iman. fort .Smith; three " · iriaiufhi'rlren and Ihree grcnt- 1 . grandchildren. t | KiiiH-r.il .-·.·I-. 1,-c^ «ill be con', di.rtfd tivn.irrnw ,-,l ? n. m. in Oie I WHIM.n Mraf.Kirv by thr Or.. Ari nnld -.imir:in, |i.iMnr of the U'IR. ATHLETES FOOT GERM. ; · HOW TO KILL IT. ] IN ONE HOUR, | If nn* iltritti yiur *V duck Thli ! (none luniicfdc (LOUGHS' or* '*« ·».'"· 'M" · «»»« brim f. n ,i. Kill. ,1 rn etr-ttt. ot at,»,,,,,. ntl«n -drrlmf T-4-L al eny ifrtii ; ilerf. T«I,IT it KM Cm »ru( Itari. ; iVisiting Around Arkansas [ B Y J O E M A t S H CONTINUtD FROM PAGE ONE a 'disaster status for the county. R. M. Wilson of Prjirie Grove, | who acted as chairman ot the I meeting held July 18 when the farmers decided to stand on their own, said this afternoon that "an- -"""^u ne icn in.it ·· other mectin- of the Drouth Com- " tcr «l"cf help ran aid rp.ittoc probably is in order." He rna "y people, v.-hile o!he sairt thai he thought action of the '" an . v w ».v qualify for committee ralher than personal K p rle d that this area is "in a Icr- comment would be advisable. nblc Predicament, rcallv " a n d However, he stated that "the situ- i said h « wished there were some ation has gradually been growing j TMJ' the ;icople could ciualifv for worse, ,md I have been wonder- ' c nc| P without having lhe Vims, myself, what we should do." | ma ° r terming this arca ,, ·· [ jis' 1 s" He expressed, the thought that ii! tcr "lief area." the community could get lower! ~-* freight rates for hay shipped in by McMath Anrf becoming a disaster relief area, CONTli-Mirn t., ' perhaps that step should be tak- every eounl" PAGE ° f " ! ! en, especially since counties on | McMatlr "The rhsn n ' each side of Washington County | to recognize fraud " " ° URht ^ have become relief areas. | Chert TO Cherrr i Some members of the cnuntv | A Chcrrv 'im n i Drouth Committee, contacted this up to t hc broadcast^be" nd ^ ' morning, voiced dissatisfaction! ed the iudce a ,'l,U , 1.'? , with the action ,,t the state Mo-I whirl, he ,aid Wr,£ 7 ' : bili»tion Committee and the A g - | "Dollars fo^ DeceUcy ' ^"ibu! I Vi GALLON Vanilia Ice Cream 63c Matlond tr«. l«ktr CHICK SPECIAL 8r HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hotchtry HOT SMII national Park--AmeriM's Oldest! Folks rtmtn cl Hot Sprint* it:st crlt- t h f i r nne hundrfdlli innncr- ur »* x n.^tinnnl p a r k ! No! minj lrnfler*nr rfsidrnM in thi. hi\ln;:r f s r l xhonl Hot Sprin?', It* Irnditi'in rt · heilth ifoit hcjt-in w i t h IlfSo« whn fnjojtd llir rurf.i'-r v.iticrit of I his spa. Karl ii thai folk* have hetti mjfly- hz, a lemjicrate jia^s »f h«tr Inhftr. rhrn th.-.f. Ii'i » miidniil tnrfilion,- Int. Ti.'Iry I'vurUti id Hit Sprifft fin'l I'^r a nndttals ht^erite ftr rrfushmrnl on .1 hot summ*r'» rfij. riculture Dcpartnrnt. Some of their comments were: R. B. Crouch, Route «: "We've had seven pond years up h'cre. . . I'm as hard up as any of ARTHRITIS? I have been wonderfully blessed In being restored to active life after being crippled In nearly every joint in my body and with i muscular soreness from head to 'oot. I had Rheumatoid Arthritis, ,-, and other forms of Rheumatism. ,,, '"'^ '"' matl ' 11 what ' M hands deformed and my ,,,,,,,., K^^TM^ ^^ "Of courn you carried Garland snare prohibits telline | County (Hot Springs) because you lions.' Cherry: "Sui, ihai's thc way 7 get my money. Where clo vou 'get yours?" · ' * McMslh: "I received anprnxl- malely $l,5nn in small. eontribu- ! lions from the people in your I n°? 1C ,,' own nt Jonesborn ' last Cherry: "You didn't gel -enough votes in .Jtmcsboro to get that much money." "That was in the last election. We'jl see what happens August Cherry: "I'll match what I did were set. Limited vou more Mere but if you will | got lhe supporfof'ainh^a^lers write me 1 will reply at once and tell you how 1 received this wonderful relief. Mrs. Lela S. Wier 2105 Arbor Hilli Drive P. O. tax 3122 Jackten 7, Miitiitippi New Arrivals for FALL Faded Blue SUEDE JACKETS Y«s, they'rs the newest thing in fall sports- weor the» faded blue suede jackets by CALIFORNIAN. Mode of top grod* quality tuedes . . . collar, cuffs and waistband of durable knit . . . zipper closing . . . rayon lined throughout. Similar to illustration at right. I've been fighting down there Cherry: "It's amazing, there must be 90.000 ramblers in thc stal» of Arkansas." McMath barged in at 12 noon unannounced and sat down in the I chair which Cherry had reserved I for him at previous talkathons I Neither man lost his temper throughout the debate, but it was frank, heated and at times obviously bitter. Hottest words of (he day came when Cherry accused. McMath of quoting him (Cherry), as sa.yin; he would build no more farm to : market roads if he is elected. "That's a lie." Cherry retorted. ! "Anyone who says it knows it is a lie." The debate broke off at 12:50 when McMath dashed off to catch a plane for Little Rock. 2 BIG DAYS SENSATIONAL JUBILEE SAVIKQSI Hurry for Best Selection -- Sensorionol Savings --Shop Early MEN'S NEW 100% ALL Wool Suits Superior quolily wool gobordinc with lhe new Sheen finish. Hand tailored at the points of greatest strain. All these were made lo sell for many dollars more. SHOP. COMPAREI · Singlt--Double Breasted Stylet · Choott Regular or Long Model* · Colors, predominantly Tans Browns "YES C Y A° NU PUT THEM ON LAYAWAY!" The capital Montevideo. of Urupiav Is RED CROSS DRUG TOPCOATS SLACKS . . . latest styles in jpot- rtnistonl gabardine, wools, wool- rayons. SPORT COATS . . . hy fnmous Style- mart in light blue checks, midnight blue iclidj, jtripei . . . oil wilh neclc- tOflt) tailoring. Be smorll Be practical! Gel the coal thol looks best ond serves best in any weather . . . get on Alligator, GOLD LABEl-woter repellem clay colored gabardine which sold last year for $45.75, now on 'y $39.73 FLANGAB CHECKS in grey, blue ond brown with orlon $25 7S Use Our Convenient Layaway Only Exclusive Men'a Store OH the Square SHEAFFER\S C R A F T S M A N PEN Uw«it prk« eir offtnd for o pen ef Hm quoNfyl Hn UK gold point, Touchdown ftDtr ttnd ortitf ·Kcliniv* ftatvrn found only in Unfftr's PM. t n. ilie 15' SHEAFFIR3.fiU.VE Mah.s ony pen writ, belter. In .ncluiive Tep.Weii uotde. BARGAIN TABLE "in our Infants Department" YOUR CHOICE Cotton Knit P.J. 2-pe. Suits, Whit* Twill. T«rry Jtfkin S«ti, Pinaforct, Crctptri, Bloutet, Shortt. MANY ITIMS FROM OTHER DEPTS. NOT LISTED BETTER DRESSES R«duc*d to itartlinq prices -- out thty go got to mak* way for Fall fashions. HURRY FOR IEST SELECTiOM Group I 3 GROUP II "Th«»t v/on'l last long" Women's Rayon t'rrp S L I P S Tint quftlliy rnyon crept ilipi wilh fancy trimi. Sittt K-3G-3I. While, Pink. Blue. ':fl« her. when lhe dooti open" Women's Rayon Knit GOWNS Special pur-hin of women's JUvon Knit 3ov/ni wilh elsilic "*Ulbind for comfort. Sim M, L .nd XL. "Hurry tor then" Womtn'i Summer Vtlun hen Ihit inlrl lor 3 limei thii price ·II reduced lo tell till. While nd colors. "Juit whit you wanted" Men't Straw H A T S fc«SS; Btltir quilltr hill It (his givt-nwriy p r j ct Hurry -- 50 Onlr »'/i lo 71i. k«l pewH. Red Cross Drug North Sldn tuvHt Phone |0 RAYON PETTICOATS They need Unit or no iron-. in|, wish ai eaiily as ycur httleryl lace-lrim- mitt rnyon knlrs in white, ·ink, blue, or mail*. Medium, lar§o ond txtra h»t*. MEN'S SPUN SLACK SOCKS N Y L O N Hurry In! Scoop up thiM terrific loditl You |*t all the long wear and luxury »f pure nylon-and they're prieeH lower than tjotd ·juaiity toMen tetkil U|hl artrf dark ihadn. 10-11. SI GAUGE 15 DENIES NYLON HOSE 67c full folfcltMMtl, snuf filtlni ·nikt, Hmil lint M«mi. SitMf W 1 1 . MlW AU IHAMS Men's Chombroy WORK SHIRTS Husky blue c h o m k r a y ihirh. Sanforiied r«f |ml ing fit. luiit far leng w*«f. Solid »n-the-|e» Sim IS M 17. I

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