Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 29, 1952 · Page 2
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 29, 1952
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NEW JEEP PUT THROUGH PACES MM. KATHUM DOZM '' INMIMMMMulUlllmilllllllMMMIIMIINIHimilllMII Daily Calendar of Events ... L«jg f Qn«, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Dance, Country Club, 7:30 ; Fellowship Supper To Be Given For JuAmic Griggs *. fellowship lumper will be * iv *» In tht Education Biilldin'c * lh S finrt Baptist Church this evenly lt 7 ovjocic, honor | nf Mr ·nd Jfo. Jimmle.Grlgfs, who will « iv « Monday for Houston, Texas Tne «ieat, bread «nd drinks will I"' Mnlshed by the church and «"» attending ire requested to "*« ^ covered dlih vegetable, drink. Member, and their ar* invited. Oriai bM been educational of tht rlrst B «P"« '« the put two yean, iccepted a similar poit Bpt " t . 'h O'Bough Reported '^proving After Attock O'Baugh has received her ton, Capl. Fred In Germany, that he l« I following a heart earlelr this month. on fore 1 "-nuii"! Guard, has been and fa "" du ' y for "oro* time many; now ln * "ovltal in Ger Pi Phi Rush Party Includes Swimming And Buffet Supper A ruih party, which began with (Wimming at Willoli In Rogeri, wa| given Saturday evening by PI Beta Phi, Thi» was followed with a buffet nupper on the lawn at the home of Mri. Jack Hyland, The individual tables were covered with red checked cloths and hurricane lamps lighted the scene. After supper, the group sang songs and a skit, depicting a rushee in the North, South, East and West, was given by active members. Guests for the evening were Inn Bennett, Lois Jean Smith, 'atsy Thompson, Sue Wade, Jean Ann Stewart, Monte Roberts Susanna Handy, Barbara Wester Sylvia Fitzgerald, all of Fayette Nancy Jo Steele and Marv Ileanor Stafford, both 'of Spring- lie; Margaret Ann Lawerence Shreveport, If, Ing ng · * , ' , he WM who hft" I r 2 ds , in *M"MivlHe ·' W" ' Utam Up ° n word Board Of Women's Voters League Meets of the provl o Women fat Nurses Picnic Al City Hospital Park newly-restored City , were chi-Meried ],,·, night at a picnic of l« practical nurses and aides at the hospital. Wlenera were roasted and coffee made, using the outdoor park oven for the first time. Watermelon was served for deiiert. The group will have a ham- bu ';f,*' 1 barbecue and Invite the public Thursday evening, Septem- fr .4. y Practical nursei and aides present at the plcnfc were: Alene Hall, K A1 Vi in r ' %'» M «m'»on Th« Baldwin Horn. Demonstration Club met Wcdnnday at the horn* of Mrs. C. W. Gentry, with 12 members and two guests present. The guests were Mrs. Margaret Brownfleld, County Hotni Demonstration agent, and Mrs W. F.. Roberts, · former member Mrs. Roberta, who was a charter member, worked with the club for about 15 yurs, holding offices which included that of president and treasurer, The meeting was opened with the Lord'a Prayer. Mrs. Keith Shofner gave a thumbnail sketch of tht Book of Joshua and Mrs. H. C. Baum read · r*port on the lilt :ounty Council meeting. Mrs Brownfleld told of plans for a white elephant sale, which is to ie held at the State Livestock ihow in Little Hock. This will be icld to help pay for the Girls' 4-H House at the University. The club greed to donate articles for this ·ale. Mrs, Brownfield also gave a demonstration of the use of gelatin for starching dark cottons and rayons. She discussed the new exhibit building- at the Fairgrounds and distributed the Fair catalogues. She answered questions concerning Fair booths and Individual exhibits and urged everyone to support the Fair with their exhibits. Mrs. Marvin Sexson, recreation loader, had an impromptu aklt on the topic, "Is family recreation a waste of time?' Mrs. Shofner played the part of the father: Mrs Sexson, the mother; Mrs. Ed Roberts, the teen age daughter and Mrs. A. R. Fls,her, the younger son. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Rufu* Hicks and will include » covered dish luncheon. Miss tforma Sue Ritchie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Ritchie of Fayetteville will enter nurses' training Tuesday at the St. Ed'?"i?k *"?* ""'P" 81 in Fort ^ ,;,Sh * lf * *r«iuate of Fay- ««« v «l« High School with the class Of 1»82--Green's Photo Personals Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Button, their daughter, Peggy, and sort, Larry, of Long- Beach, Calif., are visiting relatives and friends here during their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Eoff and their two sons James W.. and Dannie Joe, of Corcoran, Calif., are visiting Mrs. Eoff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Eoff, of 720 Douglas Street. - r . u Cr '««r. pP«l Oxford Maud Hannah, and Jane Brashtars. Guests were: Mrs. Nora Strain, Miss Carri. Al.xander Mrs. Bertha ' rp *E; Ml " ""'« J«ckson, Smith, tole Moreloek - ami tee Smith. I Miss Crowder To Wed Sgt. Gary L. Nance Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Crowder mnouncc the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Palsy Sue, to Sgt. Gary U Nance, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Nance, Ardmorc, Okla. The wedding will be an event of Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, In the First Baptist Church In Springdalc. Miss Crowder Is » graduate of Sprlngdale.HIgh School with the class of 1952. Sgt. Nance is a graduate of the Ardmore High School and has Just returned from 12 months duty in Korea with the Air Force. Missionary Society Honors Miss Smith · The West Fork Assembly of qod Missionary Society met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Lillian Stftekburger. Fourteen members were present and five guests, Mrs. Ruby Smith and daughter, Pauline, Miss Joyce Cantrell, Miss Mary Sue Stockburger, and Miss Barbara Hose. Mrs. Lillian Webb gave the devotion, and Mrs. Gertrude Stockburger read «. letter from Mrs. Lillian Thrasher, head of an orphanage in Egypt. The local organization Is sponsoring a child at the orphanage. After'the meeting Miss Louise Smith, who is leaving for Springfield, Mo., to attend Bible School, was honored with a handkerchief shower. Later, the members attended a revival. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Virginia Bumgarner, September ». Mr.- and Mrs. .Bob Bowcn and son, Bruce, of Texas City, Texas, are here for a few days visit with Mr. Bowen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bowen. A fnen door with * lion's heed (Downing St., ha knocker to the entrance to No. It | prime minister. ·* Mtaln'i Mrs. ,W. H. Stubblefield and Mrs. J. A. Williams are back from Little Rock. Mrs. Stubblefield was the -guest of Mrs. Johnny Porter and Mrs. Williams visited her daughter, Mrs. Howard Hughes. Mrs. George McKinney has returned from Little Rock, where she attended a luncheon meeting of the State Tuberculosis Association Board at the Hotel Sam Peck, Wednesday. At this time a report I was. given on the national meet-1 Ing In Boston, given by Dr. Max Levlne of Pine Bluff. Cp · M per CM! grade. FREE Ice Cream With purchase of one pint of WARD'S Vanilla Ice Cream we will give you one free Sot. Only, Aug. 30, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Limit 4 pints Palace Drug Store 422 W. DickiM 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 The Courts Circuit Court I C ;? k,1 Announcements · -4- Farelt«Tlll« District Nurses Fayetteville District Nurses will meet at the Veterans' Hospital Nurses Home Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Rosebud Sav- fcge, social worker at the VA Hospital, will be guest speaker. Elklns Cmuniinltr Church Ba»tMng. There will be a baptizing this evening at 7 o'clock beneath the bridge, located about two blocks north of Elkins. Evangelist A. L. Leake will be in charge of the baptismal service and will also preach at the Sunday morning service at Elkins Community Church. He will be assisted by Mrs. Leake. A $3,540 damage suit growing ouf of a truck accident last July 24 was filed against - AIva Sparks of Lincoln this morning by W. H. Peterson of Farmlngton. The accident involved a semi-trailer truck owned by Peterson and a passenger car driven by Sparks. The plaintiff alleges the truck, driven, by Bobby Moulder. 27, of Fayetteville, was traveling south on North College Avenue when Sparks entered the avenue from the east a block north of the Trenton Street intersection. The truck driver, the suit says, was (prccd to swerve the truck off the highway, causing it to wreck and catch fire. Peterson asks $1,040 damages for the cargo of oats carried in the truck, a,nd $2,500 for damage to the truck itself. SATURDAY SPECIALS OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK Main Floor Specials Keep op with the Umei--ral the TIMK8 Arkansas Low School OPENS SEPTEMBER 8 Registration Begins September 2nd · THIS IS A NIGHT SCHOOL · For enrollment, coll or write: Mr and Mrs. Bill E. Steele of Manila, Ark., announce the birth of a ?on, Tom Buck, August J7. Mr. Steele, who until recently, was associated with Watson's Mortuary 1 , Is the son.of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Steele of Elm Springs, formerly of Fayetteville. Mrs. Steels was formerly Miss George Ann Pile of Ratcliff. Stephen Foster, the composer who won fame for his songs about the South, was « Northerner. He was born in Lawrcncevllle, Pa. In the early 18th Century, the bulk of the world's paper was made wholly or partially from rags. In the glassware business, 'handblown" is an expression meaning by human lungs. St.Josepn 1.98 1.98 1.98 .47 1.49 1.37 1.79 1.98 1.39 1198 LADIES'RAYON 8RIEFS .27 Band IE Elastic leg. Assorted Colors. Sizes S-M-L COTTON SLIPS 1.66 Gored. Embroidered trim. White only. Sites JZ to 42 CORRECTION U.S. Choice »«^ Heavy Calves Ib. 0Z' Crown 3-oz. Slicks Ea. SORRY FOLKS but i n order to prepare your food r '9nt, we are compelled to be CLOSED for one day FRIDAY, AUGUST 29 to re-arrange our kitchen Will Re-open Saturday, August 30 OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 5 P.M. TO 11 P.M. Come One -- Come All Nt rthwest Arkansas' Newest and Most Modern Steak House Duvall's Steak House . HIGHWAY 71 NORTH FAYETTIVILLE Mft, AND MM. T, D. McKINNA YOU ARE WELCOME Gospel Meeting CHURCH OF CHRIST GREENLAND, ARK. AUGUST 3.BC-SEPTEMBER 7th SERVICES Each Evtning, 7:45 P. M. Evangelist Tommy Kelton COME NMT flu NIIf-lR MlMSS-lR Simplkify "Wt nfKiflly iivite HM ptopte "for The Gospel Is The Power of God Unto Salvation."... Rom. 1:16. I Chuck Roast Liver Sausage SAFEWAY GOOD BREAD is a GOOD BUY FRESH BREAD BETTER BUY Wait for "Hot Holsum" Each Evening by 4:00 P.M. At Your Favorite Grocery 29.91 3.98 9.95 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Assorted colors. Assorted sizes. Short sleeves MIN'S KNITTED 'T" SHIRTS Terry Cloth. Assorted colors. Sites S-M-L IOYS' "T" SHIRTS Sizes 4 to 1( IOYS' CRINKLE CREPE SHIRTS Sizes « to II ROYS' ILUE JEANS Double knee Sizes 4 to II ·AIY SHOES Pink-White leather Sizes I to 4 GIRLS' PAJAMAS Crinkle crepe. Assorted colors. Size 4 to II CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS Sizes I to I. One and two piece styles. Crinkle erepe GIRLS'COATS 497 Ked Green Wool*. Sizes 2 to «X v RAYON ft COTTON DRESSES 3.00 to 9.00 Sizes»to 24V4. Select from over 100. Valuta 4 N to 12 M LADIES' COATS 15 00 100% Wool. Sizes 12 to 18. Only one dozen left WOMEN'S CASUALS AND FLATS 2.97 Colors black, brown, white, green GROUP OF MEN'S OXFORDS «.97 Broken siza .97 \97 .47 1.17 1.17 1.27 1.27 .97 Botenwit Specials 11.50 32 pc. SET OF DISHES Tea Rose design. Semi-porcelain r }M ^ R E S DUST * OIL MOP I · White. Medium thickness .89 9 pc. WHITE BOWL COVER For protection of food in ice bor 39 n 7.81 .77 .47 MIXSR 3.59 ENAMEL "BABY TUBS" Black white trim 17.95 SOCKET SET, 18 pe. Sockets from 7/16 to ll/u HACK 2.77 - 1447 2.39 1 LT. SEMI-CEILING FIXTURE 2.98 2 LT. FIXTURE MODERNIZER Basket weave design 2.35 LONG NOSE PLIERS 112.50 SHOWER STALL Heavy duty with tarrazo bottom 121.77 SINK CABINET . Complete with fittings. Cast Iron top 13.50 MICARATA BOARD 2"x8" sheets. Red-blue green-ray 1.77 1.77 1 97 | 98 | 99 g| 988 25.95 STEEL WALL CABINET . ll"»30". One door type 12.97 Fumihirt Floor Spaciols 1S9.M 3 pe. IEDROOM GROUP Cheat, vanity, panel ' ' bed. Off white finish Sf.M SOFA 110 Slightly damag* 1W.M 3 pc BiDROOM SUITE M... H*"TM il0nd " nUh MM* 2 pc. LIVING ROOM SUITI «1.W PLATFORM ROCKER ·9.M 129.M Jf.M 1S9.97 179.11 44.11 1

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