Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 21, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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xi, mi THE BEST FOR LESS W« Deliver Phone 117 DEL MONTE CATSUP 2 Bottles 35c DEL MONTE Tomato Sauce 2 for . . 15c HI-C ORANGEADE 46-01. CM 25 MAXWELL INSTANT COFFEE 2-oz. jar 49c OAK HILL PeachHalves 21/2 can 26c JACK WT PEAS 2 for 29 SUGAR, 10Ibs. ...89 SURE JELL 10 Tomatoes N«. 2Cen 2 for . . 29c AU1MNUM FOftWRAP 25 STA.RO STARCH FOLGER'S COFFEE Lb 79c POST TENS 29* Cililoraia ORAN6ES 2doz.45 LEMONS, doz 35 GRAPES White SMdltM 2 Ibs. . 29c GRAPEFRUITS LirgOfor 25 BAUARD'S BISCUITS SWIFT WIENERS, Ib 53t CORN KING BACON Lb 49c Showing Next, Week At Fayetteville Theatres i "CLAIH 1Y NIGHT" ! EsMibmel Brcmi SwHfllll Coming to the OZARK next Sunday for a four-day run is "CLASH BY NIGHT," the sweeping emotional drama that unfolds on the screen as candid, sympt- thitlc, unflinching handling of a marital problem, superbly acted by a four-star cast. Told with a compassion w l t h Ihose caught up in emotional' drives (tronger than their own (lowers of restraint. "CLASH BY NIGHT" presents the story of a woman whose single misstep threatens not only herself, her husband and child, but those whose lives touch upon her own, however briefly. The star-studded cast brackets four distinguished screen personalities: Barbara Stanwyck, as the harrassed heroine; Paul Douglas, as the naive and unsuspecting husband; Robert Ryan, a the bltlei malcontent; and sparkling Marilyn Monroe, as the pertly indepcnden fiance of Ihe heroine's brother. Introduced in the rnlr- opposite the lovely Marilyn Is Keith Andes, handsome young recruit from the Broadway stage. And featured in two brilliant character porlrayals arc J. Cnrrol Nilsh nri Silvio Mln- ciottl. "CLASH BY NIGHT" is adult entertainment and it opens at the OZARK Theatre next Sunday. "THE STORY OF WILL ROGERS" A Long Awaited Screen Offering For Every Man, Woman ane^Child One of the most popular Ameri r.anp of this .Century, perhaps, is that Immortal homespun philosopher, cowboy, Zeigfeld star humorist, politician and world traveler, friend of great and small Will Rogers. And it Is the story of this amazingly versatile man the Warner Bros. Is bringing to the screen on Thursday at the OZARK Theatre In "THE STORY Of WILL ROGERS." Starring 'he man's own son, Will; Jr., who plays hlj Dad in the title role, with Jane Wyman is Mrs. Rogers, the Technicolor film 'takes tne beloved sage from his early rip-roaring and colorful days as a. cowpuncher on the Oklahoma range through a career that found him riding broncpe, twirling a rope In the Zeigfeld Follies, and addressing national political conventions as a presidential contender. Such was the career of Will Rogers. It was while appearing In the Zeigfeld Follies with Eddie Cantor that Will Rogers became known as a man who could tell the American people what ailed thtm, but in a humorous kind of a way they loved. Later he started writing and his everyday column bits became regular household phrases all over America. "THE 8TORY OF WILL ROGERS" Is the slory of a great Ameri can who left his mark on the life and times of America In the gloriou period In which he lived. Here is a picture every person should see for its v a l u e of enter talnment ind a sample of a great man and American. It (tarts at thi OZARK Theatre next Thursday. -WHEN IN ROME* Yeull Have A Ofe4 Tlmel Van Johnson and Paul Douglas, two of Hollywood's foremost stars, each with a string of recent successes to his credit, team for the flrtt time in "WHEN IN ROME," e warmly human different comedy drama, which will dhow next Saturday at the UARK Theatre. Story of a young priest and a ·ackcteer who becomes enmeshed nn unusual adventure after they find themselves cabinmales on i boat taking them to Rome, the new (Urn was filmed on locution amldat the beautiful and historic edifices of the Eternal City, with additional' scenes filmed at the seeport ol Genoa. Thet rip to Rome for thew two people is for strikingly different reasons, For the young priest from « Pennsylvania coal-mining district, it Is tht culmination of · life-long dream. For the wily Joe Srewster (Paul Douglas), It Is an avenue of escape from a life sentence at Leavenworth. The adventures that follow their meeting will give you fun and entertainment to make a pleasant evening for vou. WHEN IN ROME" starts at the U A R K next Saturday. "TALK ABOUT A BTHAHGEtV A Spine Tingling MyiUrr The holreo: of t ten-year-old boj for a man whom he believe* to have poisoned his dog forms the underlying .motive of "TALK ABOUT A STRANGER," the mov ing and unusual drama, which starts at the UARK Theatre nex Wednesday, with George Murphy Nancy Davis, Lewis Stone and Billy Gray head a fine cast, "TALK ABOUT A STRANGER 1 Is a melodrama with overtones o: mystery and suspense, simply tolc and effectively acted. The boy thinking that a certain man has poisoned hia dog .sets about to getting clues to prove his guilt. The clues he finds seem to point the man out as the guilty ' ' ' ibout a series of Dinner For Eisenhower Will Be Nothing Too Special, Says Minnesota Farmwife Kufon - Dodge Center, Mlnn.- ») - Mrs. Henry Snow hopes! General Eisenhower will like her chicken dinner. But the friendly farmwlfe Isn't likely to have an attack of nerves over the prospect of entertaining the Republican candidate for president during the National Plowing Contest September S. "I don't know what they expect," said Mrs. Snow as she treated a group of visitors -among the first of many -- to applet from the Snow orchard. "I'm just going to fix a dinner like I do for the menfolks. And I hope they like II." The Snow farm in Soulh Central Minnesota is a neat and pleasant layout, but no gentleman farmer's showpiace. It felt the glare of national publicity this week when Elsenhower accepted an invitation to addrea the plowing contest. Upwards of 100,000 visitors are expected both for the contest and to hear the GOP candidate maTe his first major farrh tddresa of the campaign. Local sponsors of the affair want the outside world to get a few points straight. In the first place, it's not just a plowing contest. The main billing is "National Soil Conservation Day," and farmers are most concerned with soil conservation. Second, there's a good deal of local and understandable concern about which of the three tiny towns almost equidistant from the Snow farm gets its name Into the national headlines. If the show is described by outsiders as "near Kasson," the folk* in Dodge Cen- ter and Mantorville aren't gdnf to like It. And vice vena. The three towns together don't I total 1,000 person*, and this point i they're sure of: You won't be able to see the towns for the visitors on the big weekend. Is.the Elsenhower visit going to Influence any votes in the Snow family? Henry Snow, a tanned and wiry dirt firmer, every bit as calm as his wife, lays with a laugh: "Just say we're Independents." Two Indian guides named Peter and Mark were baptized in Georgia's Ocmulgee River in 1340 --the first recorded baptisms in the country. The Delaware River forms a natural boundary /or parts of tour eastern states--New York. Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Two counties in West Virginia, McDowell and Logan, each produced more than 18 million tons of coal in 1949. lYIRYTHING N FAYITTIVILU IRON aiMi METAL CO. AVI What's a tomato MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Morton's? When it ft pours party and bring , suspense-packed situation. The outcome is revealed against a lig-hly dramatic climax in which a rovengful act upon the part of be boy brings about * serious crisis in the community. How this rtels is resolved makes for a drama that kecpn the spectator on his oes every minute. "TALK ABOUT A STRANGER" starts at the UARK Theatre next Wcrtnsrday. MOSSADEGH AND CHIEFS SWIFT VEAL Drum Sticks B-o*. Pkg. 49^ We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities MISSION STREET GROCERY 52S MISSION r*NONI 117 Delicious Apple Cider T« *,*.,, *. 33c Northern Napkins 2 pk ^25c Stuffed Manzonillo OLIVES Campfire Pork Beans TUNA FIShK- Miracle Whip Quart 4/C Folgers Coffee Ib. 79c Try It Iced for a Delicious Summertime Drink Juicy California Sunkist ORANGES 3 doz. 59c Fancy Bartlett P P A P Q Golden R 'P* and Mell ° f°r Ik 1 EX /- r L A A l X j Tasty Fruit Salads ID. IJC Fancy U.S. No. 1 Idaho Baking POTATOES 10 Ibs. 79c Swift's V 2 Gallon Ice Cream 79c Why buy any other when you can buy the best? Bake 'Em -- Boil 'Em -- Mosh 'Em They Are the Finest Grown CUD IN AN "AIA," traditional rob* of a Mullah, an Islamic i^llgtoui juadcr. Iranian Premier Mohiinmnl Mnisadtgn meet* with a group of jtellcioua uhlefUlna in i'lhru *A» btlng tir.uutd dltt.lornJ power, (to mct the nations financial f/nfcnmtioiMf .fwrntinofe; California Cantaloupes Ib. lOc They are so sweet and good Swift's Sweet Rasher BACON, Sliced . Ib. 49c U.S. Choice ROUND STEAK . . . Ib. 98c Swift's Premium Beef. Aged Heavy Beef U.S. Choice BEEF ROAST . . . . Ib. 78c Swift's Premium Heavy Beef Qiucks Gray Shopping CenUi .RECIPE OF THE WEEK Ttu-M-Way CookiM l 1 cup t I******* c I Tajjif pap aj n Sift flour, b*Ju*ng powder and salt onto piece of piptr. Put »horttninf and vanilla into bowl. Mix iit 1 cup ·ufar craduallr. Add ·«« and b*«t hard. Stir in abouc '/J of flour mix- turt. Stir in about 1 Vi tablup. mill:. Stir in about '/t of reit of flour mil- twit. T(wn tuir in 1 '/£ tabUip. milk. Add tht flour mixture that is left and mix wtll. Dtridi batter in 3 portion*. Drop on« portion br »aspooni onto frtaMd cooky pan* Bakt in moderate ovtm (175) 12 minute*, or until brown. Mix cinnamon into second portion *f batter and bake M dirtcud abovt. Mis cocoa, 2 tabUip. tuxar, and 1 tabUip, milk into nut of b«t t«r, then bake M directed above. MaWi 4 down. Swift's Premium V E A L Genuine Milk Fed VEAL CHOPS Ib 79c VEAL PATTIES Ib. . . . . . . 69c Freshly Ground BEEF, Ib. . 57c For Delicious Hamburgers Fresh Potato Salad Ib. . . . . . 49c Spicy and Delicious

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