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NOtTHWEST ARKANSAS flMR, faystttvilU, ArfcantM, Tu«J«y, January IS, 1ISJ. NEW GOP LEADER CONGRATULATED KGRH TUESDAV P. M. 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Hcattcr--M 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Official Detective 8:30 Mysterious Traveler 9:00 News 0:05 Story of Dr. K i l d a r e 9:30 Just Music 10:00 News--M 10:15 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off WEDNESDAY A. M. 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise M' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapen 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade I Merced. Calif.; five grandchildren and two groat grandchildren. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m.. at the Presbyterian Church in West Fork by the Rev. Douglas Brewer, assisted by the Rev. John Aabcll. Burial will be in the West Fork cemetery under the direction of Watson's Mortuary. Mrs. Olin* Winn Funeral services lor Mrs. Oline Winn who died Friday in the City Hospital, were conducted yesterday afternoon at Blackburn by the Rev, Oscar Johnson. Burial was in the Blackburn cemetery under 'the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Edgar Jones, Law/ence Redfcrn, Burl Brewer, j Frank Poor, Alvin Gabbard, and I Bill Redfcrn. Styled Right For Juniors SENATOR STYLES BRIDGES ( R ) , New Hampshire, is congratulated oy Vice President Alben Barklcy'(riht.) in the Capitol after Bridges was elected Senate minority leader of the 82nd Congress, succeeding the late Senator Kenneth Wherry (R), Nebraska. {International) 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take A Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith Sings 11:30 Church of C h i i h t 11:45 Musical Roundup !1:55 Market Peports Parent-Teachers Club Has Supper Meeting The Peabody Parent-Teachers Club held its regular monthly ! meeting last night following a covered-dish supper in the faculty clubrooms. Dr. Jennie Lou Millon led a discussion on "mental health" a f t e r showing of a sound f i l m on llic subject. Mrs. Harold Hantz, president, was in charge of the meeting and Mrs. Ralph Barnhart was chairman of the supper committee. i Personals WEDNESDAY P. M. 12:00 Hymns f All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage. 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties Outlook C l u b The Outlook Club will m e e t Wednesday at 3 p. m., in the home of Mrs. Harry Shullz, 340 North College Avenue. Mis. Vir;jil Fielder and Mrs. George ll'.insbergcr will be in charge of the program. 2:00 Ladies Fair 2:25 News 2:30 Poolcs Paradise 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 Green Hornet 5:30 Wild Bill Hickok 5:55 Cecil Brown Mrs. E. W. Brooks, 534 North Willow Avenue, returned home, yesterday from the Elizabeth *lo.- pital at Prairie Grove. She has been seriously ill for the past 11 days. In r'aycllcville for the weekend were Mrs. John Gould Fletcher, Mrs. D. D. Terry, Mary Terry, and Mrs. J. n. Vinson, all of Little Rock. They were here lo attend the opening of "A Sparrow Falls," written by thp late Mr. Fletcher and presented for the first time by drama students of the Univcr- Public Library Board The a n n u a l meeting of the Public Library Board w i l l be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock in the City Library. This will be an open meeting to the public, it is announced by W. E. McWhortcr, chairman of the board. l.rvnctt School P.T.A. Preceding the regular meeting of the Lovcrrtt School P.T.A. which will be held Thursday evening, a nickel supper will be held in the cafeteria, from 5:30 to 6:45 o'clock, Ihc proceeds from which will go toward balancing the budget. H a n d i c r a f t and hobbies of both children and parents will be on display in the Assembly Hall at 6:3(1 o'clock. The meeting 'will begin at 7:30 o'clock with Dr. R.' K. Bent, hobbyist, as main speaker. A nursery will ho open and there w i l l be a reading room open for older children who do not wish In attend the meeting. Jim Hay, Windell McCrauken, and Tommy Terry l e f t yesterday for Little Rock, from whore they w i l l BO lo Fort Sill, Okla., for six weeks recruit 1 ruining. QUICKER DM* t* · Cflf u'itfj, the Sensational A-C Factor m the Ntiv Intensified cm cvc H ""' * Tar HILL! O Cough C.mlKMHH AMAZINGLY QUICKM ACTING INCIIDIiLY MOM [FFECTIVI ·ut thi« iciBritific way 1 * i *·*· may avoid showing monthly "n«rvtt" All the make-up In t lie world nervous look out olyour eyes · tnodrrn way that bus hri[ Kltt* whri fluflfT from ralciidi ·tirt li.i slens. It's Cnr.iiil. .1 helps Imild atrtngili and res rritnn* »i »H- Also helps f[ffp better. Look fc*l n Aafc your dcai« tor Canliil. (S*y: CARDUI ttery nerves .il. tiapiiy *Hf. eard-tnu-fyt-) MONTHLY CRAMPS I CHANCE OF LIFE Drr. Ore Club The Dec Gee Club will meet tomorrow at 4 p. m., in the home of Valerie York. Marion Chapter, D. A. R. The Marion Chapter of D. A. R. w i l l meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Russell Paddock. Mrs. F. W. Picket and Mrs. Frank Blew will be assistant hostesses. Sub Deb Mothers Club Meeting place for the Suh Deb Mothers. Club tonight has been changed from the homo of Mrs. R. K. Bent lo the home of Mrs. W. G. Chamblce, 123 East Dick;on Street. Time for the meeting is 7 o'clock. Mrs. Arii* Bridcnrhal Maguir* Mrs. Artie Bridcntal Moguire, 83, 324 St. Charles Avenue, died at 10:30 p. m. yesterday at City Hospital following a long illness. She was born in Richmond, Va., August 24, 1868, the daughter of A. B. and Nancy .lane Andcr- ion Couch, and moved to Faycttc- ville in 1873. Mrs. Maguirc was the widow of the late G. H. Ma- (juirc who died in 1927. She was a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons, Ewcll A. Bridenthal of Fayelteville and Harry L. Bridenthal of Salisbury, K. C.; one siiter, Mrs. Mag- tjie Keen of Fayctteville; one brother, Ralph Couch of Blackwell Okla.; seven grandchildren and nine great jirandchildrcn. Funeral services will be conducted at Watson's Mortuary Wednesday by Dr. Walter L. Johnson, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery with arrangements in charge of Watson's Mortuary. One of the few mail-boat trips in the nation which ascends a white-water stream is the trip by pleasure craft from Gold Bcaell lo Agncss, Ore., up the Rogue Kivcr. The G u l f of Mexico is approxi- m a t e l y inches higher t h a n the level of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida. Viewed from Jupiter, the earth would never get far enough from the direction of the sun to be visible with eyes such as ours. Clayton Rand Says: llcl ween the t u r n of the year and M a r c h 15 there comes a period of despondency -vliich is not | marked r.n the calendars, It comes ' when one befiins to wonder w h a t he can keep, if a n y t h i n g out of what lie has earned. If you are inclined to h a v e the pip in J a n u a r y .von may find consolation in p a r a g r a p h s I plucked from a f u l l mail d u r i n g the holiday sc:i.-.on. "Life is easier to t a k e than you'd t h i n k , said K a t h l o e n Norris. "all t h a t is necessary is tu accept the impos.-iblc, do w i t h o u t ihc inciis- pen.sible, and bear the i n t o l e r able." Rcinhold NVihur philosophized, "God c r n n t me the Serenity lo accept the thiiif?.-* I cannot chnnRo; the Courage lo rhim^e the tilings I can and thr Wisdom to K n o w the difference." Then a f r i e n d who ha:; a kn/u-1: of picking p i t h y pieces for m? sontls (hi.-: p a r a g r a p h from the 1 monthly l e t t e r of the Royal Hank of Canada. mliHed "On Straight Thinking." "T h c y nrc lucky persons In whom the scnsf? of wonder nnd delight are kept f o r e v e r fresh, and v/ho have 1 friend* w i t h whom to .-.hare spiritual thoughts. They ran never be poor in the the things' t h a t m a t t e r most. They arc people in whom the art of thinking is always making the world to be born again." . I wish somebody would compose ,\ poetic piece about the federal income t a x . sufferers who wont \ RELIEF and HELP \ Send today for this new SINUS BOOK rWt /lore No Wed/cine or Anything f/se to Sell YouJ 186141 IjHlJ By Sue Burnett Tops in charm for a j u n i o r nii;;s! A stunning frock for special dates that has lots of clever d e t a i l -s t a n d - u p collar, row of tiny b u t tons, twin pockets accenting the f u l l skirl. Pattern No. 8614 is a Kcw-rilc perforated pattern in sixes 11, 12, 13, 14, 10, IB. Size 12, cap sleeve, 4V6 yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, slit desired, and the PATTERN N U M BER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Avc. Americas, New York IB. N. Y. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will he ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. Advertise In the TIMES--It pays- No M»lt»r how long you have; suffered, or what you h»vc trltd. this Instructive Health Book, written In easily undtrstood . words, will enable you to fully i understand your own cue nnd ; may save you years of suffcnnK. This book contains Information , ncncrally known only to Spt-, clill.its. H explains the d i f f e r e n t types of Sinus Disrajir*. The Anatomj »nd PhyslolOEX of the Sinuses -- Lists the causes and ; symptoms of Sinus Disease--Describes complicating Secondary ; Diseases, und how operatloas; m»y often be avoided. Few rea-1 lize how serious Sinus trouble j can become II long neglected. I Techniques of treatment ir» described. You art told where to look for Help and Relief war at home, without traveling to some far distant, city. Tills book is sent only to Sufferers who want and need hel». i The edition is limited. Notice j may not appear anain. Write at once--today for your copy SEND I 3 (Threi: Cent) Stamps (Jet to ; help cover distribution cost. You] Incur no obligation. We f^ve no medicine or anything else to iell.1 You will not be »»k«! to «nd III a penny of money. ADDRESS N. NeUon (Rninc.l Dept. XW1 Boi I0t, Albuquertue, N. M. Who Set With all ihc talk about new engines, which car is proved America's finest performer? The record books of the National Association of Stock Car A u t o Racing show the official record of 102.465 miles per hour was set by the Nash Ambassador nt F.I Mirage Dry Lake, Calif. Come drive a Jcilirc-powcrcd Nash Ambassador for an eye-opening thrill. Cict the ama/.ing news about price, too--and hear our great proposition. MODERN MOTORS The 102465 M.PH. Stock Car Record ? 125 W. Mountain 51., FayeMIe * Molnn, DMltoi Hoiti-KthlMIM Caff.. Dnrotl 93, M*4V Shamrock Club Thu Shamrock Club w i l l meet Thursday at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. Doyle Morrison. Fayettcvillc Hich School P.T.A. The current year's program of meetings and study courses will be determined at a meeting of the Faycttcville High School P.T.A. to be held in the Activity Room of the school tomorrow at 3 p. in. Dr. R. K. Bent, president of the organization, states that a subject of vital concern to parents of high school students will be on the agenda. Dr. Orville Hall and Mrs. Blake will be in charge of the program. Child Study Group The scheduled meeting of the Child Study Group to have been held tonight has been canceled.' There will be no January meet- j ing of the group. Make Your Yard the Most Beautiful for Miles Around! Crowt up tn SO ft. high Early Blooming TULIP TREE Nothing you e n u i r| plant will Rive you A* · «a much satisfaction ns on* of these tall, mw^ * **t\ brttevably lovely Ttitip\3 for 2] Trees. And it wilt Incrrnsc the Tjtup of ymir property hundreds of doll.irs in J u s t n f (! w years Blooms rnrly nnrt lon« with 'dc-nse «Missri of fi-polfil t u t i p fioxvcrs Leaves nrr n dorp rich sn-pn. Wtin- rttrfnl shndo. Will innkc your ynnl · ihow plnco for years to cnmr Grows fasl. Vory hurdy. We «rnd n HfrnnR trco n to !i fnct for RUCCCSS- ful irflnspt.inttnR. M m l t c d supply! S«nrl |1 (or t. S2 for H. poMpnld C O T ) X wplconip. K n t i f t f n c t f o n «i«r«nlopfl nr your monfy hack KXTHA GUT. n c o l o r f u l Red Twig Kftlftl NUBS ^'J C .^ ^S"' IHH University City Chapter 495. O. E. S. The University City Chapter of i o . F;. S. will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the Masonic Hall. Chapter K. I'. B. O. Chapter K, P. E. O., will meet Thursday at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. R. H. Huntington, 2 Ml. Nord. Mrs. Paul Rhodes'will be assistant hostess. Chapter S, I'. K. O. Chapter S, P. E. O. w i l l meet at 1:30 p. in.. Thursday with Mrs. i;.l Tatum. Mrs. Ed Tatum and Mrs. Leonard Grcenhaw will be assistant hostesses and the a n n u a l founder's day proRram will be in charge of Mrs. Loyce Hathcock and Mrs. Cicorcc firaiiiuan. Obituary Mrs. Flora Gitbreath Smith Mrs. Flora Gilbrcath Smith, 811, i of West Fork, died at the City Hoa-pita! last night after a b r i e f ! illness. She was born at Woolsey, · Ark., June 10, 1371, the daughter of Walker and Sarah Ca Id well Gilbrcath. She was the widow of the late A. P. Smith, West Fork merchant, who died in 1948. Mrs. Smith hud spent most of her l i f e lime in West Fork, ;tnd was i member of the Christian Church. Sui vivoi.s arc one daughter, Miss n;ic Smith of West Fork; one son, I\lurat Smith of West Fork; one sister, Miv. A. G. Smith, OUT OUR WAY Bv J. R. 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