Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 14, 1952 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
Page 7
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NOtTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMB, O^ o? 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 WEEK - END SPECIALS OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK $2.98 SKIP DENT DRESS SHIRTS $1.97 Sizes 14 W to 17. White and Asst. Colors. $1.98 SKIP DENT DRESS SHIRTS $1.27 . 1414 to 17, White and Assorted Colors. $1.98 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRT .97 Sizes Small, Med., Large. Asst. Colors and Materials. $2.98 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRT $1.97 Sizes Small, Medium, Large. Assorted Colors and Materials. $3.98 DRESS SHIRTS Anthony Eden Weds Niece Of British Premier Sizes H\4 to 17, Assorted Colors. Acetate Rayon Woven with Nylon. .98 MEN'S TIES Larg- Assortment of Summer Patterns. $4.44 MEN'S MATCHED KHAKI OUTFITS One Pant and One Shirt. $1.49 BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Sizes mall. Medium, Large. Assorted Patterns and Materials. $1.39 BOYS' KNIT "T" SHIRTS $1.97 .17 $3.97 .97 .97 Cavalcade Members Plan Ride To Tulsa Rroup of Northwest Arkansas Cajvacade members headed by President Raymond Ash of Kaveltcville spent Monday in Tulsa, Okla., discussing plans lor the Calvacade's partid- palinn in the Tulsa State Fair the first week in October. Included in . ind Slate Kair fur the list were Lawrence Harris. I luncheon at the Tulsi v ' l t i i i :i,l- Calvacade treasurer; Ray Henry,', lu ' vi "« the buMnc.'a inci'imif. publicity director; Roy Walker o f ! "~ Eureka Springs, trail boss; Mrs. I The walcnnclon crows In num- ! Viola Deathridfe of Huntsville, crous varieties and when mature ( board member; Miss Joyce Perry ·. may wciijh as l i t t l e as 8 nr more I Sprinedale Riding Club queen; j than 80 pounds. I Miss Patricia Parsons of Spring-! * ~'~r . ! dale, and Miss Jean Hargis of ·· In old Turkish court. 1 ., v/nit' Huntsville. r tesses often \scre women who rn- Thc Arkansans were guests o f . tertamert the aucMs v.-Hh v.-i.-.e- the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce i cracks. t#*e/. GO BY You'ii find Crown'i ficqucnt schedules ire mide 10 ordci for convenient tnvtl. And it'i » rt*i convenience to uttivc jujt jtcpj nwiy fiom shopping «nttn tnd busintii duttjcts ... thinks to Crown'i hfirl.of.tlie city dtpols. You'll be tm««d t the low flics, too. Qll lor schedules ind fuel. UNION BUS DEPOT 109 N. Coll^. Phen. «S C R O W N 3 A C H -- I U t f / t REAL-KILL BUG KILUR WITH REAL-KILL msecT tottt CARRY A KMI IN YOUR CAR FOt ALL 1 VACATIONS . FICNICS · FISHING · OUTINGS Sizes Small, Medium, Large. Assorted Colors and Patterns. .49 INFANTS'SHIRTS 27 3 to 12 Months. .79 INFANTS'KNIT GOWN .47 .98 BOYS' AND GIRLS' KNIT "T" SHIRTS .77 Sizes 7 to 14. Assorted Colors and Stripes. .89 MEN'S CRINKLE CREPE SHORTS .47 Sizes 30 to 36. $1.98 KIDDIES CRINKLE CREPE PAJAMAS Sizes 4 to 16. Assorted Colors. $1.38 KIDDIES' CRINKLE CREPE SLEEPERS Size 1 to 6. Assorted Colors. .39 BOYS' AND MISSES' SOCKS Sizes 6M ot 11. Assorted Colors. $5.98 NYLON SLIPS AND GOWNS Sizes 34 to 40. Assorted Colors. $3.98 NYLON SLIPS Nylon Embroid Sizes 32 to 40. Nylon ^Embroidery Trim. Color Whit- Only. $1.98 TAILORED SLIPS Sizes 32 to 40. Assorted Colors. $1.98 RAYON PETTICOAT Nylon Lace Trim. Extra Large Size Only. .79 NYLON HOSE 51 Gauge, 15 Denier. Sizes 8',2 to J i . Assorted Shades, Dark Scams. .69 RAYON CREPE 41" Wide, Assorted Patterns. .69 RAYON PETALDOWN PRINT 39" Wide, Assorted Patterns. $1.47 .97 :i7 $3.47 $2.47 $1.27 $1.27 .57 .37 .37 London - (.4=) - Britisli Foreign : Secretary Anthony Eden, 55. mar- ; ried his boss's niece, Clarissa i Churchill, 32, today in a brief ceremony. Prime Minister Winston Churchill was a witness as the j daughter of his dead brother and his political heir apparent were united in London's Caxton Hall. It was Eden's second marriage and his bride's first. Because of his divorce two years ago from the former Beatrice Beckett -- now living in New York City -- today's ceremony could not be performed in the Church of England. , Eden drove to the hall with his I elder brother. Sir Timothy Eden. '. through a cheering crowd. Ten I minutes later the bride arrived with her brother, John. She were ' a lilac taffeta dress with a dark. ' close-fitting hat and veiling. The ; 77-year-old prime minister arriv- i td with his wife and walked slow- . ly up the steps of the hall. ' I None of the royal f a m i l y ' w a s present. British royalty doesn't st- | end the weddings of divorced per- Fons. .69 WAFFLE PIQUE, EMBOSSED COTTON AND CHAMBRAY .37 36" Wide, Plain and Floral Patterns. .98 DRAPERY MATERIAL .37 Color Brown, Floral Design. $4.98 CHENILLE BEDSPREAD $3.98 Full Size, Assorted Colors. $30.50 METAL WALL CABINET $14.97 Size 24". S2S.95 METAL WALL CABINET $12.97 '·' ' Size 18". $31.95 METAL WALL CABINET $14.97 Size '30". $61.95 STEEL BASE CABINET COMPLETE WITH TOP $39.97 Size 18". , $59.95 STEEL BASE $39 97 -.- · Size.24". $59.95 STEEL BASE CABINET $39 97 Size 30", Vinyl Top. $81.95 CAST IRON BATH TUB $64.97 Less iFttings, Size 5'. $94.50 FLOOR FURNACE $7491 35,000 B.T.U. Natural Gas with Automatic Control. $111.50 FLOOR FURNACE $8497 50,000 B.T.U. Natural Gas with Automatic Control. $121.78 SINK CABINET 54", Complete with iFtlngs. Plans Complete For October Horseback Cavalcade To Tulsa Rogers - (Special) - Final plans for the Northwest Arkansas Cavalcade's 151-mile horseback ride from Lake Atalanta near here to the Tulsa, Okla., State Fair in October were revealed today by Ray Henry, cavalcade publicity chairman. | , Cavalcade officials met Monday { i n Tulsa with representatives of j Tulsa groups to plan the ride, which will be held the first week in October. i The first night's stop will bp in the City Park at Decatur, where Fire Chief Paul Billbie will-have charge of arrangements and entertainment. The second night will be spent at the Rodeo, Grounds at Jay, Okla., and the third night the group will stop at the Oliver Neal farm home east of Adair, Okla. The fourth night will . be spent at the Rodeo Grounds st Claremorc, Okla. Members of the Rogers County sheriff's office will meet the. cavalcade at the county line and escort the riders into Tulsa. Arkansans present at the meeting Monday were Raymond Ash, Fayetteville, president of the cavalcade; Lawrence Harris, treasurer, and Ray Henry, publicity, Rogers; Roy Walker, Eureka ! Springs, trail boss; Mrs. Viola JDeatherage, Huntsville; M i s s Joyce Pcrr.«, Springdale Riding Club queen; Miss Patricia Parsons, | Springdale; and Miss .lean Hargis, i 'Arkansas Riding Club . queen, j Huntsville. | The group was entertained at breakfast by "Shorty" Parsons,'. Springdale, at a Springdale c.ifej | before going to Tulsa. In Tulsa they were guests of the Chamber of Commerce and the Fair Associ- ] i ation at a luncheon. A Van Camp Representative serving ,,, to 2V SERVINGS in the Van Camp'* Vee Ceo size can QUICK MEALS by Van Camp's jvanCamp'f NkBeans IM jVanCamp't Kidney Beans ^ j ! Van Camp's Red Beans CM* ivan Camp'* Mexican Beans Camp'* Baked Beans jvanCamp'* Spaghetti ^ I Van Camp's Beanie Weenie ..jvan Camp'* Chili Beans Us 10 ZTn 10 will be at Fairway Friday and Saturday; Van Camp Foods. · Van Camp 300 CM 13 PorkBeans fo.iu* 17 Mo. 2'/iciii....2J Von Camp Kidney Beans 300 cm 1J Van Camp W BMW 3^cnJX Van Camp Butler Beans 300 can Van Camp Spanish Rics 300 tin 19 ;;·,, 2k $99.88 $1.17 $12.97 $1.44 ROCK WOOL 40 Lb. Bag, Granulated. $22.95 FLOOR LAMPS Single and 6-Way. $7.98 MAPLE FLOOR LAMPS $4.97 $229.75 2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE $187.88 On* Rote, One Green. $19995 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITS $159.97 Vinlty, Chat, Full Sl« Piml Bed. $169.95 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE Wilnut Finish. $12.00 DOUBLE DRISSER ( Urf* DHWCTI with Full Slzt Mirror $61 95 PLATFORM ROCKER Etty Tilt Spring. Color Green. I129.M $59.97 $47.M When men dij? into the earth they find t h a t temperatures rite about one degree Fahrenheit for every 60 or 70 feet of depth. The loco-weeds of "Western i United States, which poison a n i - · mals eating them, belong to the pea family. Maybe the movie stars don't i have an influence in tho namniR of horses, hut two harness horscr. , at RooGovelt Raceway are nntnert | Gable Hanover nnd Tyrone Hanover. ivar; Camp's Chili, No Beans ';; 2 Van Camp's TaiMleS JAN --{Van r^mnv Corntd Beef §- . ^jVan Camp* Ha$h ew( ;Van Camp's Spanish RJCC «L ! Van Camp's Vienna Sausage \: H Van Camp While Hominy 300 can No. 2 can No,2'/2can 1(K 13 .15 Van Camp Golden Hominy Ho. 2 CM 13 Van Camp Chili 6 Beans 300 can 3k Van Camp Corned Beef Hash 300 can 39 Van Camp females 300 can 25 Maryland Club A ^ Coffee . . . lb.83 Admiration Coffee . . . .b79 Make A CHERRY PIE Cherries, 2 cans 35c KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS WASTE 4own*f kidnty fuMCttvn. Dnctora wr pom j kfrtfwf iMnctton k v»ry t*pnrl«nt u fowl I , r o f f u lmi Md ilr.ipi. CIIHO thli Imr. f ufietkw tailnw dnvn.lMfiy f n l k l i i i l . tl» tMkcl»-ftl nlMnbli. Minor kU4- hrr IrrlUttoftt tlilr loroMorwrnnf dirt miy ii^nA.iiif* r rmir kMnw If ld»ii» rnnill. tlm t«lm rmi. Trr lmli p rilli-» n i M l«njlt. IIHO mtxfiillr kr mllllmi Inr ' - » n « « n i i i r i r l , i t a « r , H f i l . un liuli mi »·«·, (,,(. iHHm-, r.iu u,,i.,i CriscO; 3-lb, can 69c Cfllce KXlYAC PiHsbury Yellow, % O V-OKC IVllXeS white, Chocolate Box 29C Peas, Allen, No. 303 can ... 8c TrctnrJ Rich Large Box is c i rena Su d,in 9 ciont . . . . . . . : ; : 39' Napkins, Hudsons, 2 boxes . 19c Bunny Pot Pie, Frozen, each 25c Comb Honey Sff Pickles a Porkay, Krafts . Cheese 25c 15c Ib. 25c 15-ox. . J a r Velveeta or 2-Lb. Sold Crest Loaf Fre*h Cut-Up Ground Beef Ib. 49c Fryers Ib. 49 Cudohy'j Gold Coin r '" h Dr««cd Bacon lb.49 HeiU H).49 Fresh Sliced p,^ UvCf Ib, 29

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