Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 4, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 4, 1952
Page 10
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AMKAMSAi liMii, Ar Mcnday, f«b!imiy 4, 195J R.F.D. Seven JACK CARDS! E Even though w§ arc having one of Ihc mildest winters vie have ever hod, there ii a great deal of Illness along the route; more than 1 ever remember. It is the Sc:me thinp, that has caused so many of the schools to clo_c; a sort _o' virus infection. A. J. Miller, who runs the small liruccry :icar the Hazel Viillcy Church, i::n't feeling at ail well these day. He told me the other tiny he thought he would slop buying any groceries for the :;lore ana just sort of gradually sell-out. He wants to keep the building as lie hac sleeping quarters in the back. Seveial nights ago the Showal- te.. bovs bagged one of the largest bobcat.-, ever seen, in thc.e parts. They were hunting up that draw jutt beyond Kicks when the doss treed They thought il was coon 1 until they shot it out of the tree. That might have been what was mailing those queer sounds around Hicks that 1 wrote about several months back. This bobcat had one foot missing; probably been in a trap spme lirre . . , Mr. Carson, who manages the King Ranch, Killed another timber wolf recently. I thin!; that mukes two for him this winter. I vviis glad to see thn grader on Stout Mountain last v/eck. It surely wan slippery, Uiough, after that rain fell on Kriria;, and Sat- uri^y. And while the grader was out tliere, ihey. cleaned out that ford at the Clark Jarnigan place. That is going lo be a bit help and will allow me .to cross sometimes when 1 might otherwise have had -.0 t u r n around and leave the mail undelivered for the people on the side of the crce!:. The Hogensons, who ' recently incved here'frcm Montana, have purchased a tractor. I saw the ilailcy. truck out there delivering LETS sre. WH0PE CAN I HIDE S THESE SIX DOLLAR^ ] HAD LEFT WER ON MV ALLOWANCE? AH-7MIS WILL BE SATE-HOBOO'/ V/ILL THINK OF LOOKING IN OUR OLD BROKEN COO-COO CLOCK NICKELS? f KEEP VDUR A WHOLE I MITTS OFF 'tM, BAG OF IPOP. BEFORE I' 'NICKELS? \ BREAK SOUR "SSS AMD AT THE FOOT OF THE STAIRS, MODEL MEETS HER BROTHER. SOU DIDNT ANSWER MV QUESTION WHERE DID VOU GET THOSE NICKELS? AW, CO ON TO WDRK AND MIND ·tOURCWN BUSINESS/ IM GONNA LEER ''. VOU'D THINK SHE COULD FIX BREAKFAST FOR HER SCENTS BEFORE GOING TO WORK.' SUES SO · INCONSIDERATEf WHETHER irtfW*"** OR WHETHER rfSSNAPPY- eOOP CHEWING HElM TO KEE? WU HAPPY... Y^ttErt SPEARMINT 1 5O.NOW-IVE PAID SOU BACK- ALL IN NICKELS. HENRX! LOOK AT THIS DUST ! r OUR WAY WELL, HE HOLLERS \ HIS MECK REP ABOUT \ EXTRAVAGUMCE IF I i AST HIM FOR A PUNY \ TVJO BIT- SO I JUST I WANT "TO SHOW HIM I WHAT SIS COSTS J HIM AN 1 WHAT I \ COST HIM.' ME- \ A BAR. OF SOAP I AW ATUBE Or ( TCOTH PASTE/ MOW SOOM CAW "T HONEST BEETLE, I FAINT AY THEBHT BLOOD SOMEDO.Y IF WE GETJN BATTLE. VOUlL 66 GLAfr SOU DONA A PINT I COME BKK TO DOWATE" AWOTHEI? PIWT ? Believe It orNjt! IN A SOVIET CONCENTRATION CAMP IS ALLOWED ONLY 716 CALORIES A DAY [WELL. LOOK AT THAT; OUT TO SHOVEL THE WALKS w -WITHOUT SHINS ASKED.'r-s~ rHtDOGSONGUMDDUTV AT THESE SIKKADfS ABE FED 1508 CtLOKIESAW r /i^Wr / x-? 5-t*~ MLiBf ALL IN ) WORK? DO VOLI MEAN A DAY'S/ A. BI.'.OrRAI'PING, , WORK!/HANDSOME BUOC LIKE YOU...WORK3? 3F COUR6E.MYGOSH [....WELL.THWIS SORTA! RELUCTANT TO COOPERATE ON ONE OF PR.WONMUG'S PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK PROJECT6.A.LLEVOORC5OT BUTYOUMADE IT JUST RIGHT/ HIS BU. FOOZY TO PULL A COUPLU OF SWITCHES DONT SIT 0,4 TABUS! JOES POOL PALAC oH-»oi. r . r -ir- THI» KEEPS UP-THE SOUTM MAV V«T WIN THE WAR.7- HILL-BILLIES HAVE · 04CKEO THEIR PRICK ^ OP SO HIOH THAT A 1 CONFKMLRATK / IX3I.LAR.ISWOW LL WORTH CUE IN 5; RCALMONCY.7 MONP* TO MAKE THAT PERFUME' "Why lU grin, Bwck? ... G«l laid off aown at work, it last week. The Hogensons live about halfway betweqn Sulphur City and Hicks. As you know, Saturday was Groundhog Day. It i* doubtful if he could have seen his shadow unless He had awfully good cyc a and happened to come out at just the rijht lime ... . According lo an o!4 rural saying, "February, second day, have half your- corn and half your hay," winter is supposed to be half gone now. 1 looliut up Groundhog Day in my big .icl of books and found out that the sround'.iug just sort of wandered in there accidentally. Actually, it li Candlemas, t.'.e church' festival, celebrated on February 2 in commc.Tioiatlon of the presentation of Christ in the temple. Then people began saying thai a sunny Candlcmass meant a cold spring . . . And in Scotland .Inure i s , a. saying: "If Candlema; is fail and clear, thnre'll be two winters fn.thc year." But it seems li!;c lhat over here ir America that wasn't exciting enough, so we ren Iht groundhog in on the deal. But as 1 say, Saturday was Groundhog Day. Uborer Charged With Beating Son To Death Scvlcrvlllc, Tenn.-(/P)-A Scvier County laborer has been charged with murder for allegedly beating his six-year-old son to death in a drunken rage Saturday night. Sheriff Roy Whaley said the father w?.s unable to answer questions coherently until yesterday. "I sire as God didn't kill him-honest to Cod I didn't," Thomas Ball, 33, repeatedly told the sheriff. "1 was drinking," he said. Whaley said the child, Eu- famous, was beaten with a broom handle and then with the arm from a .rocking chair. Ball's wife died, a little more than a year ago. Indonesia Trims Currency Value I don't kno'.v t h a t bit o.' difference to any of you, but thii i . National Peanut Week. I looked "peanuts" up, -too, and t h a t 50 pe,' cent of the crop is used in peanut butler,. 25 per cent in candy, '20 per cent are sold as shelled nuts, and the other five per cent are sold in the "hull." So far as I know, the peanut crop on RFD Seven is negligible. Thursday night two of Luke Stout's hound.i- failed to 'come in from the chase. Luke 'was pretty worried about them and did quite a bit of phoning around to different places. Bui he found tha; they had taken up in the neighborhood of Miller's- Grocery, a couple of miles up fie road. Mr. Mil'.cr's grocery store is a f a v - orite | lace, for dogs lo loaf, .especially on Saturday. They all seem to know when that day come; and they all get together over there and have a good time. I counted in over there last Saturday and Luke's weren't even in lh = bunch. His hounds don't even take Saturday off from the hunt, and they were off somewhere chasing something or other. Working on a pretty close schedule as I do, I mc:t a lot of people on the read every day v.'ho also have a certain time to be at a certain place; hence we generally meet about the same place. 1 li ink that .beginning next week, I will tell you a little about some of thcje folks; what they do, where they work, and so on. An eager French fisherman hauled up the first submarine cable across t : ie .English Channel the day after it was laid in August, 1850. He thought it was an eel. Choose your j;wclcr before' choosing jewelry-- Bccbc's 30 r 6t Jakarta - M') - Indonesia today trimmed the official value of its currency by just over two-thirds in a move planned to stimulate ', .' foreign trade. The value of the t maKes a i | ndoncsian r u p j a h u . as set at u 40 to the U.. S. dollar-8.7 cents. The official rate, set in March, 1950, when the currency was ck:valued 50 per cent, was about 26 cents to the rupiah. The rupiah on' the free or black market has been worth only about six cents. Burglar, Nine, Robs March Of Dimes Well New York-M'J-A Brooklyn patrolman, spotting a broken store window yesterday, followed a trail of coins until he came upon a nine-year-old burglar. The boy was carrying a bag full of coins, which were dropping out one by one. Police said ttte boy, whose identity they withheld, had taken $150, mostly in-small change, from a Match of Dimes "wishing well" in the store window. He used « hammer to break the window. M3NDA1 NIGHT 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:1.1 Gabriel Healter--M 7:3U Rhythmic ^onde?.vous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASKETBALL S.M.U. at Arkansas 9:30 Just Music 10:00 News--M 10:15 Platter Parly 11:00 Platter Party 11:31) Sign Off TUESDAT MORNING 5:30 Rise N' Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise 'N"' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock T=lk Time 7:0u Koffec Kup Kapert 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Bob Hurlcigh 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 0:00 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 :00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckagc Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 llymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Clntckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladles Fair 2:25 News 2:30 Bob Poolc 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Plck'n Tim* 4:00 Tune Plck'n 4:30 Tune Plck'n Time S:00 Sut. 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