Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 11, 1952 · Page 5
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August 11, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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' '...II COOK'S FIVE SALE Linoleum Wallpaper Paints Mirrors LINOLEUM . 9 yard goods. Heavyweight Gold Seal and Sloans' Closeout of Disicontinued 'Patterns. Special. ..., Inlaid Linoleum !!· Special Standard Gauge Patterns 1.59 sq. yd. *q. yd. -^WALLPAPER Fancy Imported Papers Suitable for any home. While Supply Lasts. . . 1C s.«. Wallpaper Q Closeout Patterns , X * Up S R Odds Ends S. R. 6c PAINTS Discontinued Colors. Large assortment of enamels, wall finishes, etc '/2 price Velvay -- LATEX -- Finish We now have a large assortment of colon in this very popular wall finish. MIRRORS Triple Vanity Mirrors Special^ OO Door Mirrors 14"x54' Special 3.99 VARIETY SPECIALS Some Closeout, odd lots, discon- BARGA^S 6 " 5 ° nd JUSf P ' ain Linoleum Metol lie ft. Plastic Wall Tile. .. 32e sq. ft. Asphalt Tile 9"x9" from 4c to 8c each Light Gauge Linoleum $1.09 sq. yd. Rubber Tile 3/32" 9'x9" I 3 c e a e h Congowall, 1 pattern, 9e sq. ft. Congowall Pabcowall Remnants 8e each Large Red Wagons $7.29 SUPER SPECIAL 18"x36" Linoleum RUG MATS 2 for 15 COOK'S PAINT UM Your CrtoVf at Cook's EAST SIDE SQUARE PHONE 526 ! MOtTHWKT l| Georgian Wins Soap Box Derby Deep South Gains First Champion | Akron, Ohio - (IP) . The deep j South boasted its first Soap Box Dtrby champion today, wide-eyed . J.lrW. r °'d J°« Lunn of Tbomas- [ ville, Gl. i The 87-pound fourth grader won the 15th annual classic yesterday, defeating 153 other aspirants from the IJnitod States, Canada, Alaska and Germany. '. Tb« bashful kid who wants to be a doctor when he "grows up," received a $5,000 four-year college scholarship as Jirst prize. The little fellow won it the hard way : too for his sleek little homemade racer was almost wrecked when he lost control and hit a guard rail after finishing on top in his first j heat. A heavy cross wind made driv- , ing precarious down the 975-foot | concrete Derby Downs, several of the youngsters having troubl during the heats which were run off every 105 seconds for two hours and- 35 minutes. The officials had to give Joe a bit of extra time to patch up his soap box after the crash. Hn usec a flock of adhesive tape to fix the nose and to hold trie front axle in place and then came back to win four more heats. The finale was a classic as the Southern kid flashed, across the finish line in 27.77 seconds, fastest time of the day. He nosed out James Thomas of Danville, Pa., (lie second placer, and Victor C. Shepherd of Flint, Mich., who wound up third. Back of the three leaders, in this order, were Englebert J. Oechsle of Rochester, N. Y., Raymond M. Gotko of Washington, b. C.. Dick Miner of San Diego, Calif., .lames Moonoy of Charlotte, N. C , Ed D. Malloy of Durham, N. C., Sam Steiner of Lima, Ohio, and David Grubbs of Pittsburgh. Would Curb Minnow I Taking In County Petitions were being circulated here today In be taken to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Friday, asking that Washington County be closed to commercial minnow dealers. Game Warden Paul Baxter said today that j licenses have been granted to , dealers from many counties, and , that they arc depleting the streams 1 in this county of minnows. The pe- lions will ask the commission to close this county to commercial minnow-takers. So many minnows have been taken by the commercial operators that "fishermen are not able to trap enough for their own personal use," the petition reads. "We feel that this is not fair to the sportsman and 17 also detrimenta to our fish life.* To Speak Here, Births Mr. in* Mrs. Jsmts Irwln Mr. and Mrs. James Irwin nf Clyde, announce the birth of a son August 9, at the City Hospital. Mr. ind Mrs. L«o H'rlifcl iMr. and Mrs. Leo Wright of Kaycttevillc, announce the b i r t h of a son, August 10, at the City Hospital. ; wveril Ibadi and lots food and high choice iteen and neiferj j 28.50-33.2.1; few hiih choke »nd I prime mixed yearlings 33.50;, ! prime yearling iteen 35.00; utility ' and commercial cowi 17.00-20.00;; canners und cutt«r« 12.00-18.50;! i u t i l i t y and commercial bulli 17.50-.' ,-'3.00: canner and cutler bulls 13100-17.00; good and choice veiileri ! 25.00-30.00; sorted prime to .12.00; · utility ind commercial VMbn 1 00-24.00. ' Sheep 2,500; iprldf ]mb« ed strong to 50 higher to nutaMtrt; choice and prime lirgtly If.M- 30.00; others not established; lr» ewes steady; mostly 4.30-g.SO. ·"·» ·» WIB ·· MB1--MB Mirrttte hi MM TMU--ft pan Louis E. Throgmorton, vice president and director of public relations of the Republic National Life Insurance Company of Dallas, Texas, will arrive her tomorrow morning to address two Fayetteville civic clubs this week. He will speak Tuesday, noon to the Lion Club and Wednesday noon to the Exchange Club. A native of Piggott, he hns been active in civic affairs at Shrcveport, where he lived formerly, and also In Dallas. Tuesday he will speak on "Laughter Vs. Slaughter," and Wednesday on "Of Thee I Sing.' Winslow Mr. ind Mn. William C. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. William C. Stewart of Kayetteville, announce the birth of a daughter, August in, at the County Hospital. Mr. nd Mr«. Gr.ydon L. B«vrr Mr. and Mrs. Graydon L. Be«v- er of Kayelteville, announce the birth of a daughter. August 9 at the County Hospital. Jere Ann Ledgerwood of Seminole, Okla., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. George Kirsten ire spending August with Mr. {irsten's brother-in-law and sls- er, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Aimer of Muskegon, Wis., and at Aurora, Handall Nickell and his sisters, Miss Pauline Nickell arid Mrs. Alleen Sprague, have returned to their home at San Diego, Calif., after being called here by the death of their mother, Mrs. R H Nickell. Dick Chapman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Chapman, is vacationing at the summer home of his sister near Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ruble and daughters have returned to thoir home in Nebraska after spending two weeks visiting relatives in Winslow, Springdale and Fort Smith. While in Winslow they were guests of Mrs. Ruble's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Duncan. Mrs. Ralph Forsylhc arrived nomc Friday after spending six weeks in Chicago with her son-in- ' law and daughter A community sing will be held Sunday, August 17, at Cove City Lee's Creek. The sing will last all day with lunch served at noon Bruce McCoy will serve as master of ceremonies. v' Harry Reed and nephews, Earn- i cst and Bob Reed, visited Mr and ' Mrs. Hugh Reed of Dallas, Texas ·· last week. Mr. ind Mn. Theodore Wsdley Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wadlcy of Fayetteville, announce the birth "" Au * ult '· al lh c ° un Mr .ind Mrs. Cirlton Phillip Guilty Mr. and Mrs. Carllon Phillip Gulley of Fayetteville, announce the birth of a son, August B, at the County Hospital. Today's Market-- Si. Louli Llveitotk National Stockyards III - (If, (USDA) - Hogs 12,500: fa'irlv active; weights 230 Ibs down 25 to 60 lower than Friday; heavier weights ind sows steady to 25 lower; choice 200-230 Ibs unsorted for grade 23.25-35; top to packers 23.25; 240-270 Ibs 22.25-23 10' 270300 Ibs 21.50-22.25: around 360 Ibs 19.75; 1BO-190 Ibs 2250-'325- 150 -170 Ibs 20.00-21.75; 120-140 Ibs 17.75-1J.50; sows 400 Ibs down 19.00-75; heavier sows 17.0(1-1850; stags 13.50-15.50; boars 125015.00 Cattle fl.OOO, calves 900; moderately active opening demand for all classes with prices generally Tiltpfew CMvtrsitiNs t«nr IkM m, .M ft. Mw "f (MM MVM- fHMtW to ft. "M4MMT' NIAIINCAIft IIMTMIEMMIIMMim! DIXIE RADIO 421 DICKSON Hion« fllAKES* / v v: : vSvv.*.« ,, ,, , SPRINGS , SUMMM »ATK AKfCONOAMCAl RATIS Look Who's Here! GEORGIA Will VOTi Republican I for tho first time in history Is the i prediction of Robert Tyre Jones, ; the Bobby Jones of grand slam 1 gulling fajne, AS he Inspects cim- | paign literature in AUantl GOP headquarters. With him Is Mrs. James W. Hcmdon, headquarters worker. (International! \ More Electric Power for Progress COTHAM'S CHOICE-Eight- «n-ycar-o:d .loan Kayne wears thp crown ihat marks her is "Mi« New Yoik City nf Ifl.M" ill»r «he w«« selected to repr«. wnt the city In the «nnu»l "Ml« Amenrs" rnntfjt si AtUntic .tL'.YiJ'i Jj.Jicxt. mniiih. 35,000 kilowatt, (47,000 hor.epower) more electric power w.i .ddod to our power lupply |«e n June. The third 35,000 kilowatt generating «n,t at the modem Knox L« plant began putting electric power into our line, June 23. Thii bring, total capacity of thii one plant to 105,000 kilowatts . . . enough electric power to tupply t h« normal need, of an average d , y ^ 250000 population. And we're rtill building ... tuning another new power plant...building new line, and othw fi.cilit.ei. Shortage of iteel and other materials hai slowed down our building and maintenance work coniiderably . . . but we're moving .hemd with the mattriali available. We're building not ju« for today or this year or next... we're planning and building for yean to come... striving alwayi to keep plenty of power on the UIM to *rve farm, home and industry B. ). DTCM. OIVIIION MANAOKM

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