Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 14, 1952 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
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Springdale The South Thompson Street Church of Christ is conducting a Vicition Bible School for all ·ges. It began Monday morning . ind will run through Friday, Au- pist 22. The sessions are being held from 6 to 8 p. m. Mri. L. J. Car and children. Lee, - John, and Chandra, of West End Street, hive gone to Moline, 111., where they are spending the month visiting Mrs. Car's parents, . Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Odel. Thr Wesley Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service and the Methodist Men's organization -held a pot-luck supper Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rankin of Springdale. After the meal the women and the men met in separate places and had their regular monthly pro. grams. .Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Neal, and Mrs. Mildred Ncal and son, Orlen, of Gentry, were dinner guests .in the home of Mr .and Mrs. Marlon Cotrell Tuesday. Mrs. Neal is Mrs. Cotrell's sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Grant and children of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting Mrs. Grant's parents, Mr. . Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Eta falae teeth drop, nip or wobbie when you talk. eat. laugh or inr*zc' Don't be annoyed and embarrassed by ·uch handicap*. FASTEETH. an afca- ··e (non-acid) powder to sprinkle on your plates, keepe falM teeth more firmly let. Gives confident feeling of Mcurity and added comfort No *uip- my, fooey. paity tail* or feelin* Get fASTKSTH today at any druK aim. and H'lJ. C. R. Brelsford. About 40 younj people attended a meeting at the Springdale Youth Center Tuesday night and took part in square dancing and ballroom dancing lessons. Another meeting will be Tuesday night, August 19 at 7:30. All young people of Springdale are invited. The Springdale Memorial Hospital Auxiliary met Monday afternoon at the Civic Club rooms at the public library. Miss Eva Atwood presided over the meeting. Membership cards were filled out. The two circles of Presbyterian Women met in the civic club rooms Tuesday morning and finished sewing for church hospitals. Each member brought a school girl lunch and ate at the noon hour. The Lutheran Woman's Missionary League met Tuesday evening at the church on South Thompson Street. Mrs. Melvin C. Kenn was in charge of the program for the evening. Mrs. Harlan Bird and Mrs. Alden Streubing were the hostesses for the evening. Refreshments were served. The Chalafant Bible Class of the First ITpthodist Church will lead a drive for funds for the Ozarks Playgrounds Association, with Mrs. Kennedy Deaver in charge of the drive. A meeting was held Wednesday morning at the Hitchin' Post. Tom Ayers. field director, helped make plans for the drive. A quota has been set and the members of the class will continue to make contacts until the quota is raised. Mrs. E. C. Fanar and Miss Maude Blake entertained with a picnic dinner at Willola Sunday evening. The guests for the occasion' were Mrs. Krec MacChest- ney, Mrs. H. T. Henry, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Clack, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Farrar, and Mrs. W. P. Hail. The remainder of the evening was spent in the home of the Farrars on West Emma Avenue. DOROTHY DIX - CONTINUED FROM PAC-E FOUV If, · on the whole, a friend's virtues outweigh her faults, if her compatibility as a companion is offset by minor vagaries, the lesser flaws must be ignored in favor of the greater merits. Your friend definitely is not in a class by herself; her number is legion. Everyone at one time or another has experienced similar reconstruction from a pal. We all know the friend who conies to the house, then proceeds to redecorate it for you. Or the one who corrects your system of bringing up children, or suggests methods of improving your cooking. Now, on the whole, each criticism is good. At the moment we may not like it, but on reviewing the lecture we often can find points of justification that can be used for self-improvement. No one is perfect enough to be beyond the pale of criticism or correction. However, when the passion for reform becomes almost a crusade, as it has with your particular friend, none but the most patient soul can bear up under it. Sometimes the incessant reproofs can be stopped with a quiet, "Well, I like to wear my hat this way, so I think I'll continue to do so." Or, "My hair style suits me, I j won't bother to change it right now." A change of subject might , also be in order as at least a tern- | porary cure. i If, however, th* critic simply will not b* stayed in her campaign of improvement, and her unwarranted suggestions become too great a strain on your patience, the only cure is to see less of her. Cultivate, instead, friends who are more tolerant of your individuality. An inferiority complex is usually the dictator behind a personality such as your friend possesses, and if you can do anything to change her own point of view you will be doing both her and yourself a great favor. ID the TIMES--It pa ARTHRITIS? I have been wonderfully blessed in being restored to active life after being crippled in nearly every joint in my body and with muscular soreness from head tc 'oot. I had Rheumatoid Arthritis and other forms of Rheumatism, hands deformed and my ankles were set. Limited space prohibits telling you more here but if you will write me I will reply at once and tell you how I received this wonderful relief. Mrs. Lela S. Wier 2105 Arbor Hilb Drive P. O. Box 3122 Jackson 7, Mississippi EENNEYlS A L W A Y S F I R S T Q U A L I T Y ! 01 Kt I lilt your dollars farther at Penney'sl BACK-T BOYS' BETTER QUALITY COTTON Short Sleeve Shirts Pllsse, broadcloth, rayons, floral ft B*om«tric prints, I d a a I for school woar. Size* 2, 4, 6, I and 12 INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S SUMMERWEAR BARGAIN TABLE Auortod broken liiti and styles in choic* of Sun Suits, Shorti, Midriffs, Polo Srrfrti, B l o u s e s , SMrtt, Drottei, Boyi' Suits. CLOSE OUT ENTIRE LINE OF WOMEN'S SUMMER LINGERIE · BATISTE GOWNS SHORTY PAJAMAS · CRINKLE CREPE SHORTY GOWNS PJs. · COMPLETE STOCK, NOTHING RESERVED · CHOOSE EITHER SOLID OR FLORALS ·SIZE RANGE 32 TO 40. NOT ALL SIZES IN EVERY STYLE. PENNEY'S STURDY 'Shrinkage will not exceed 1%. Pnnty't Jtons a r t precision- cut ever scientifically graduated patterns to fit his e x a c t body size. · Made of long-wearing 8-ounee denim! · Sanforizedt Can't shrink out of fit! ·Triple orange stitched throughout! · Copper rivets at points of strain! · Bar tacked for greater strength! · Heavy duty rust resistant zippers! BIG BOYS'SIZES, 29 to 40 waist 1.79 SHOP NOW! NEW STOCKS, COMPLETE SIZES BOYS' LONG SLEEVE COTTON SHIRTS $1.98 BOYS' CORDUROY SHIRTS. Bright Colors 2.98 BOYS'COTTON KNIT BRIEFS 49 BOYS' RIBBED UNDERSHIRTS 49 BOYS' FANCY SLACK SOCKS 39 SHOES Children's Wear $150 ·Closed heel 4 toe Mndals ·Open toe sandah) · Nat all sites In ell stylet ·Sites 11* 1 BLOUSES Washable Cottons SHOES Womens- Misses · Close out of summer styles. Complete stock ·White* colon ·Choose Now -- S«ve · One big table of choice summer sandals · Broken site ranges ·Values that sold for 3 timat as much. ONE MORE DAY FRIDAY, AUGUST 15 Cutting Prices To Clear Shelves WAREHOUSE SALE i tfruufiiaE 1 KENMORE 2 KENMORE 1 KENMORE 2 KENMORE 2 KENMORE 1 KENMORE 1 KENMORE SAVE ON LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT uii rum ·.,. j . N0 - WAS NOW WASHER, with pump and timer ............ 23240 $134.95 $114.95 $20.00 AUTO DELUXE WASHER w/o Sudssaw . 93532 $254.95 $219.95 $35.00 AUTO. DELUXE WASHER with Sudssiver . . . 93542 $274.95 $239.95 $35.00 AUTO, boll down w/o Sudssiver ........... 8351 1 $199.95 $180.00 $19.95 AUTO, bolt down with Sudssiver ........... 83521 $234.95 $210.00 $24.95 AUTO. CLOTHES DRYER, ElEt ............. 13820 $204.95 $179.95 $25.00 AUTO. ClOTHES DRYER. Nil. Gis ......... 13830 $259.95 $239.95 $20,00 REFRIGERATORS 1COLDSPOT 9 H., DELUXE, Auto. Defrost ........... 5296 $319.00 $297.00 $22,00 FREEZERS 2 COLDSPOT FREEZERS 4 H ......................... 1041 $182.50 $159.50 $23.50 2 COIDSPOT FREEZERS 7 H ......................... 1071 $239,50 $199.50 $30.00 3 COLDSPOT FREEZERS 9 II ......................... 61109 $264,50 $239.50 $25.00 DEHUMIDIFIERS 2 COLDSPOT Dehumidifiers, Mthonginy veneer cabinet . 1501 $119.50 $ 99,50 $20,00 ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS 2 MjRA COLD '2 hp., 110 volts, 5850 BTU ........... 2002 $279.50 $264.50 $15,00 GAS RANGES 1 KENMORE RANGE, with griddK 20" oven, timer ...... 1985 $184,95 $154.95 $30.00 OUTBOARD MOTORS 1 ELGIN 5 hp. twin, with neutril clutch .............. 5856 $139.50 $123.75 $13,75 OTHER ITEMS 1 CRAFTSMAN POWER MOWER, rotary, 18" cut ........ 8196 $ 94,00 $ 75.60 $18.40 1 CRAFTSMAN MOWER, featherweight 16" cut ....... .8171 $ 23.75 $ 21.95 $ 2,40 1 CRAFTSMAN MOWER 16" ........................ 8156 $16.95 $15.25 $1,70 2 J. C. HIGGENS 22 AUTO, rifle, built-in sling ......... 0200 $ 36.95 $ 27.95 $ 9,00 1 KENMORE LIQUIDIZER-BLENDER, 2 speeds ........... 08242 $ 21.95 $ 19.95 $ 2.00 1 WATER SYSTEM, % hp. jet .................. ..... 3056 $123.95 $111,45 $12,40 1 CONSOLE RADIO, 3 speed changer .......... ..... . . 9108 $167,95 $148.95 $19.00 1 CONSOLE RADIO, 3 speed changer ................. 67 $192.95 $161.95 $31.00 YOU DON'T NEED CASH- USE SEARS EASY TERMS Only $5.00 down on appliances costing up to $200.00, $10.00 down on appliances $200.00 or more, 10% down on most any other merchandise. PHONE Your Order In -CALL 1827 If more convenient simply pick up your phone and call Sears. We will be glad to write your order for you. "Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Monty Back" Phone 1127 20 EAST CENTER, FAYETTEVU.U SEARS

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