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August 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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NMTHWIST AMCANSAS TIMCS, feyttttvilb. Mmmrn. Tkutvtor, AvfvM 7, ItM Democratic Ticket May Pull Solid Support Of Party In All Sections Of Country (By The Auoclittd Prrts} There were new signs today the Democratic party is uniting far more solidly behind Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson than it did behind Pres- ident Truman. Sen. Richard B. Russell of Georgia, one of the losers in the race for the nomination prize won by Stevenson, said the Illinois IT'S HERB NOW! Reducing Plan Fimous ditticiin, teacher and beautician who has helped more women reduct successfully than any other person in the U.S. START TODAY! GoUie* feadt 100 W. Dickson Street State telephone 3000 governor will be elected president "by one of the largest majorities any man ever had." Russell, after a t a l k with Stevenson yesterday, predicted the governor will carry the entire South. He said he saw no indication of a Dixie revolt like the one that split the party in 1948. South Carolina joined the growing list of Southern states backing Stevenson yesterday. Earlier in the week Georgia's Democratic Executive Committee pledged its electors to the governor, and Mississippi States Right Democrats failed to win control of the party machinery--a good sign for Stevenson. Only Texas remains a question mark in the solid South. Gov Allan Shivers said Texas could fjo either Democratic or Republican. He said much depends on how Stevenson feels about the tidelands oil issue. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Republican presidential nominee, booked conferences today with two more pre-convention Tail supporters. Gov. Len B. Jordan of Idaho and George T. Hanson; the party's national committeeman from Utah. The general's headquarters was reportedly cheered by developments pointing to party unity-particularly by signs that bitterness in Ohio was fading. Eisenhower also mapped campaign strategy. He confers with top parly leaders today and tomorrow on plans for the campaign. Vote In Tennessee Tennessee today holds a state primary--the fourth of the week but the first in Dixie. A record turnout is expected to decide the fate of Sen. K. D. McKellar, 83, dean of the Senate who is seeking an unprecedented seventh term, and Gov. Gordon Browning, out for a third term. Tennessee voters probably will determine, perhaps finally, what power Memphis Political Leader E. H. Crump still wields. Crump, whose grip on state politics wis broken four years ago by Browning and Sen. Estes Kefauvtr. is backing McKellar, among others. Invention of the Bessemer con- \erter in 1856 made cheap steel possible. Bake sale--Saturday morning, 8-it-x Prairie Grove The Wesleyan Service G u i l d met in the Educational Building of the f.Uihod:;'. Church Monday Miss Juanila Beaty led the devotional that opened the meetlns. Mrs. Vclma Okes, dls'.rict secretary, Siloani Springs, was the speaker. Miss Stuart of Siloam Sprinics and Mrs. Porter Pittman of the local W. S. C. S. were guests. Mrs. Paul Jones and Miss Melda Moore were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Carl and children of Gorcc, Texas, are spending their vacation with Mr. Carl's mother, Mrs. E. C. Carl. Mr. and Mrs. Jack H a r l a n and baby have returned to Okmulpce, Okla., after a visit with Mr. Har- l»n'« parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. llarlsn. Mrs. K. 11. Cook has returned from a feme-week visit with Lt. Col. and Mrs. C. R. Mobley in Washington, and with relatives in the Shcnandoah Valley of Virginia. The Lion's Club met at Vinson's Cafe Tuesday. Ray Cornwall, president, announced all the chairmen of committees for t h e . commit year. Bill Ilcinrick of Fay- | eiteville showed a picture, ' ' R n n d . to Progreis." There were 2U members present. | Sft. Mary Cummings of Aber-: deen Chemical Center. Aberdeen,': Md, arrived Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cumininjfs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hall, who have be«n guests of Mr. Hall's mother, Mrs. Grace Hall, have returned to their home in Denver Colo. J. B. Curtsinger, aviation machinist's mate third class, of Jacksonville, Fla.. Naval Base, is spending a 30-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Curt- finger. How'TTHoTdT ^ I FALSE TEETH \ More Firmly in Place! Do your r»ln teeth annoy and em- barrnsi by slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat. laugh or talk? Juit sprinkle « little FASTEETH on vour plater This alfcaliM (non-arid) powder holds falie t«eth more firmly and ninr« comfortably. No lummy, gooey, patty tas;e or feeling. Doei not tour. Checki "l)l*te odor" (denture breath) G«l FASTEETH today at any drug Kort Mr. and Nra. Mrlftrtf Hamper Mr. and Mrs. Melford Hopper of Cannon Creek, announce the birth of a daughter. August «. at the City Hospital. Mr. »4 Mn. Blflr KtWMtt Cra I Mr. and Mn. Billy Ktnntnh Co* Mr. and Mri. Raymond I.inkford : o( Fayetteville, announca) the birth Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L a n k - . 1 " ' * 'laughter, August I, at tin ford of Springdale, announce the ' County Hospital. _ birth of a son. August 7, at the * " ~~ "., County Hospital. . Adifrthv In th* TIMES--II YOU CANT FOOL A FINE ICING. HERE'S BUCK ON WHITE PROOF KROGER LOW PRICES HELP YOU LIVE BETTER FOR LESS flavor, ...................... Box Pineapple Juice Er 46 ;° 0 ' n 2J Tomato Juice B±, Joy Liquid Soap 6b0t ',..9tfl TIDE t 27 Gets clothes cleaner than any soap. Giant Pkg. KROGO Shortening CABBAGE Potatoes Pure, All vegetable Shortening. Jewel, Mrs. Tucker, Swiftning, Humko Firm, new Wisconsin hsads. Smooth, round U.S. No. 1 Reds 3 a 73' 3 h 49* Ib. 7'/2' 10lbs.69 ( MICHIGOLD Ducklings 3 to 5 Ib. avg Ib. 55 Sliced Bacon 55c Sirloin Steak . b 89c Sweet Rasher, tray pack. Kroger Cut Tenderay Beef. IVORY SOAP 2£,.29« OR EFT D U Z VORY SNOW O X Y D O L J O Y 30« What's a tomato IS THE OrVIX SHORTENING THAT OfVfS YOU GUARANTEED CAKE INSURANCE FOK CAKIS THAT AK Morton's? U.S. Graded Idaho White i POTATOES 10 Ibs. . . 69c California Bartlett Pears Ib Golden Ripe. A real taste treat. Golden Crisp CARROTS Green Tops 3 bunches . . 25c . Always fresh. Thompson Seedless Grapes Ib. . . 23c A favorite for salads, snocks, parties . . . a plate of frosted gropes is welcome at any meal. California Cantaloupes Dairy Foods Are Health Foods Cheddar Cheese Year Old Ib. . . . 79c Cut from Big Mammoth Patton's or College Club MILK, quart 21c Borden or Bollarad Biscuits pk g . IQc Philadelohia Cream Cheese 2 Pkgs, . . 35c The basis of many a STORE HOURS summer salad 8:00 AM., to 9:00 P.M. Daily Shop in the evening when It 1 * cool and parking is plentiful Ib. 10 The Shopping Center's \RECIPE OF THE WEf Easy P«ach Dumpling* J cus Irr.li ~.lm, 1 TM p hl.,,,i, mis MMW«lKC '/, cut,P.lM,lk · Boil ilowlr in ktp wuc.p.n 5 min- uus · tninur. e( pf.chti, '/, cup lu««r, H cup wsitr ^J M | L p u l (,,,. cuit mil nd i,,ip. , ufr i n l o - utrt bowl, itir m miiturt of milt ,nd 2", ubl«p. wn«r with fork. Drop dou»h from spoon in » rqu«l ponioni onto hsiiinj hot pftchti, bul not into iuict. Cook 10 minutii uncov««ii. Thsn cover lightlr unit coot ilowlr 10 mln- UIH wthout lifiinj iht IU. ««rm. Mflkfs 4 Mt-vinti. Aluminum Foil 25rof n ot 25c Swanson Chicken Pie Frozen ea. 39c Stuffed Manzanilla A hot meal with no work Olives, Pail . . . 49c Lindy Peas, 2 cans 35c ^^ortz Crackers R b ' 25c Serve em Wlth the chicken p'* . _ Indian Grill Swanson Brand Chicken, can ... 55c Dressing, bottle . 39c Another hot weather favorite . (Tnal Bottle Free)

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