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August 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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··· K 7, IfSt THE BEST FOR LESS WE DELIVER Minimum Orders $2.00 Under 15c Delivery Chargt A Few of Our Good Buys CHERRIES Morgan Brand No.2conl9c Trellis Peas 2 cons . 27c JACK SPRAT PEAS Con . . 17c VAN CAMP'S Pork-Beans No.2conl6c Fdger'j Coffee Lb. 79c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25 Ibs. $1.79 STARKOT TUNA Chunk Style 32c CRISCO 3 Ibs. . 79c Giant TMe Ace High Frozen ORANGE JUKE 2 6-oz, cms 29 N i I - i V Pitta Iced Hilk Desert, ql 29 NKE BANANAS Ib. WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPES, Ib 23 SUNKIST fa ORANGES Ib. RED POTATOES WHERE DEATH STALKED HVE PERSONS IN CORNrTElD Mitt: UMIWinNO TNI run at · itrlng of oncomlni trucks nenr Bethlehem, Pi., an automobile hurtlei Into the awond ind, ripped ipirt, It tossed Into i cornfield it the roadside. The five perioni In the c«r wer« killed Th. driver wai Identified i John Ciotti, of Abcrnc. N.Y. Among thi oth«ri wen Steven M»y- ernlck, at Newark, NJ, and hij wilt and lister. Verna. of Wilburton. Pa. (Intemationtl Smndphoto) Weil German authorities FOAM TO QUELL RIOTS--Members of the Frank/urt, Germany, police riot ·""-- of stinking foam" in a test of a new anti-riot weapon being perfected by Rioters will suffer from running eyes, choking and an "evil" smell. New Zealand, U. S., Australia Form Staff Peacetime System Of Cooperation In Military Way Okayed Honolulu-WVForeign ministers of the U.S.. Australia and New Zealand today launched the first ormai peacetime system of mili- tary co-operation tmonc the three nations. However, they adopted a "fo slow" policy on brinfinf other non-Communist Pacific nations into the security organization. That would be premature, said a communique issued after they adjourned their three-day conference last night. But they promised that other countries would be consulted closely through regular diplomatic channels. The foreign minister of one interested nation not present, Joa- quln Elizalde of The Philippines, said in Manila his country and Japan may join the Anzus powers soon in a five-power conference to co-ordinate Pacific d e f e n s e against Communism. He did not ·ay who would take the initiative. U. S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson told reporters the Anzus meetings had been "very intimate, very informal," and "we are all very happy." Richard G. Casey, Australian minister for external affairs, laid the sessions were without argument or maneuvering for position. T. Clifton Webb, New Zealand'! foreign minister, declared: : 'We are very appreciative to the United States and we have been taken completely into their confidence and thinking." Key step taken to implement last year's three-power treaty signed in San Francisco was the creation of a joint military staff to meet periodically at Pearl Har- bor, Melbourne and Wellington, N. Z. Adm. Arthur W. Radford, U. S. Pacific Fleet commander, was designated American repreienta- I live to the military ataff. Australia and New Zealand will name their representativei later. On the question or dealings with other Pacific nationi, the com- munique stated this was a goal set forth in the treaty itself. Recognizing that the council is just beginning to evolve its own tripartite organization and pro- · gram, it came to the conclusion that it would be premature at tbii early stage in its own development to attenmpt to establish re-- lationships with other itatn or regional organizations." LLOYD McCONNELL Will Appreciate Your Vote For Tax Collector Political Ad Paid for by Lloyd McConnell, Fayetteville Springdale CHUCK ROAST U.S.GoodJb 59 CORN KING BACON, Ib. 49 SWIR DRY BEEF -lb. pkg 39 SWANSON CHICKEN BACKS Mb. box 35 BALLARD'S BISCUITS 2 for. . 25c We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities MISSION STREET GROCERY S25 MISSION PHONI 117 Dr. Steward Schempf of John Jrown University will deliver the 1 o'clock sermon at the First 'reshytcrian Church in Springdale. Dr. Schmpf is a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary et Princeton, N. J., and is an ordained minister of the Prcsby- erian Church. The services of the hurch are being held in the Civic Club rooms of the Public Library until the completion of the new church on Quant Street. Dr. Schcmph will speak in the ab- ·ence of the pastor, the Rev. Douglas Brewer, Three hostesses entertained with a stork shower Monday night for Mrs. Ernest Walden. The shower was held in the home of Mrs. Edward Berner west of Springdale. Cohostcsses were Mrs. Ernest Walker and Mrs. Elmo Samuel. Decorations were carried out in the four traditional baby colors, pink, blue, green nhd yellow. The reception room was decorated with summer flowers. The hostesses presented Mrs. Walden with a yellow mum corsage. The guest list Included: Mrs. Paul Brogdon, Mrs. Earle Jlnes, Mi's. Harry ] Howell, Mrs. Margery Hull, .Mrs. i Harlan Phillips, Mrs. J. W. Scams- !er, Mrs. Carl Carmack, Mrs. John I Late Jr., Mrs. Dec Jackson, Mrs. I Lois White, Mrs. Stanley Jordan, I Mrs. Hiram Test, Jr., Mrs. Audrey :heny, Mrs. Marilyn Chcny. Mrs. Frank Sharp, Mrs. Joe Claypool, Mrs. N n d i n c Eldridge, Mrs. Charles Eastburn, Mrs. Myrl Fanning, Mrs. Espen Walters. Mrs, Ncta Mlthison. Mrs. Virginia Jampbell, Mrs. Fern Markham, rtrs. Ho"bert Harris. Mrs. Evea Dean Terry, Mrs. Christine Flt7- eralri, Mrs. June Earl Weathers, Mrs Fred Hinds. Mrs. Dee Jones, nd Mrs. Calvin Little. Mrs. E. Ft. Stafford entertained the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home on Maple Drive Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. A dessert course was served. The Springdale Riding Club was host to members of riding clubs ! from all towns in Northwest Arkansas Monday evening at a barbecue dinner at the rodeo grounds east of Springdale. An amateur rodeo will be held on Labor Day. Gregg Phillips, who attended Lamar Junior College at I.amar. Colo., during the last scholastic year, has enrolled at Arkansas Tecii at Russellville for t h e coming year. He has been transferred | from the Colorado N a t i o n a l Guard to the National G u a r d u n i t at Russellville. He will nlso he a mcm- | bcr of Arkansas Tech ROTC. I M a u r i c e E. Owen of the Fort i Smith o f f i c e of Soc-ial Security j A d m i n i s t r a t i o n , Bureau of Olii i Age and Survivors Insurance, will' i be in the Springdale post office ' August 11 at i n a. m. Ted Sanders, who recently \vrnt to Rochester, N. Y., to visit his son-in-law and daughter, has returned home. He was accompanied j by his daughter, Mrs. Lennan, and i her two children. : Elder C. A. Hall of Holland, who ' accompanied Elder Fred Bach, a I missionary to Holland, on his re- ! turn home from t h a t country, was ; ruc.'.t speaker at a special meeting Tuesday night at th« Gospel of Pr-air Taliernacle on Park Av- I cnuc. Elder Bach served as an Interpreter for F.lder Hall. The largest living kangaroos are annul ft teet lull and have heads "Bout the size of a sheep. OH? Get Pep, Vim ·Wfc NtAf CwWNHy VMMMM V* UPL WOUtN *'*' Ml *°' ***** M ^5j*wi«l T»k» Oiirw. CAnleJn'i'tMt!? ··MM «ner ·fr-h* 1-odmi Wkf- 31 -- --·· MUM, \IUmt*) hi. TkMiMriclt) Snider's Catsup 14-oz. bottle 18c Trend giant box39c Rich Suds Jello 3 boxes 25c 8-01. Bottle Indian Grill Salad Dressing 35c Fresh Produce Large Persian Limes each 2c Sunkist Lemons doz. 40c Sunkist Oranges doz. 25c Calif. Long Bunch Carrots 2 for 15c Calif. White Seedless Grapes Ib. 19c U. S. Grade 1, Red or White Potatoes Ib. 8c For Slaw Cabbage Ib. 6c California Jumbo Cantaloupes each 19c The Aristocrat of Melons Honeydew Melons, ea.49c Fresh Corn 6ears29c Dog Food, Vigo.. .can lOc Trellis, New Crop Peas 2cans25c Kuner's Tomatoes can 18c Hawaiian--for the best summer drink. Punch Base .. canlSc Horsey, 46-oz. Can Grapefruit Juice 18c Hillcreit Oleo . Ib.l9c 200 size lie 300 size 21c Kleenex Crisco 3-lb. can75c Allen, Sweet Peas, 303 c a n . . . . 3 for25c Swift's Pard Dog Food.2 cons29c Duncan Hines, a new product Cake Mix box39c Swansdown Cake Mix box29c Patton's, Froz Ice Cream full qt. 29c Campfire, No. 2}/i can Pork Beans 15c Frozen Bunny Pot Pie pkg.25c A new sensation. Reg. 39c Maryland Club Coffee Ib. 83 Bollard or Borden Biscuits canlOc Snow Crop Frozen Orange Juice.. .2 cans 39c Parkay Oleo lb.25c Made by Kraft Tamales Ib. tin 25c Derby -- An economical meat buy. Large Box Trend 20c Rich Suds Morton S a l t . . . 2 boxes 20c "If it rains it pours" Cake Mix 3 boxes $1 Pillsbury -- white, yellow, chocolate Rand, New Park Tomatoes canlSc MM's 2pkgs.39c The best summer candy. , Green Beans can 15c Rand Cut, New Pack Napkins 2 boxes 25c Hudson, 80 count Admiration Coffee ifA l l f l *j tery Al 4nu itort lb.78c Pillsbury Angel Food Cake Mix . 55c Makes complete 13-egg cake Lemon Pie Filling KreMel box 5c Welch's, 24-oz bottle Grape Juice 36c Sta Flo, Liquid Starch qt.!9c Snowdrift .. 3-lb. can 75c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25 Ibs $1.98 5 Ibs. ..49s 10Ibs. ..95c Meats Cudahy Gold Coin Bacon lb.49c lb.53c Fryers Sold Whole Fresh U.S. Choice Beef Ground Beef lb.57c Brisket or Short Rib Beef lb.39c Fine for baking or stew Chuck Roast lb.63c Swift's U.S. Choice Beef. Open f Dip wh.-r.-ln r.y. . ·fid H«d Crow ' 7 i,m, · 10 p.m.

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