Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 9, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 9, 1952
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SCENES FROM INDO-CHINA WAR TROUBLE AIL OVER THE vjoen.o--n.ooDs. FIRES, FAMINES, WARS DISASTER!; OF EVECV KINO-I'M A LUCkV MAM BELIEVE Mf, I'M NEVER GOING TO COMPLAIN AGAIW ABOUT TRIFLING LITTLE THINGS PAWGONNIT- UW! THAT'S THE LAST ST*?AW/ A MAN CAM STAND r' JUST SO MUCH/ ^ POT STARCH INMYSHIBTS ASAIN.' WAITED POO SOU LARRV.' SOU , KILLED HIM.' STKX EM UP. BOYBf RNALLY, I'VE CAUGHT MOU PARKING METER IHISI PHOTOS, taken by a British ncwsreel company, show Kronen troopa In their bloody campaign against Communist supported Viet Mmh rebels In Indb-Chlna. Fnp: Smoke ol hattle rises as a supply parachute seltlta to earlh. nut a native and his oxen go about t h d i work aa usual. I/nwer^-.French troops make most of covrr provided oy heavy vegetation which hangs over sunken roadway, ilntcmalwnal} 'IT OUR WAY J. R. Williams WHO CAPES. EXCEPT RPEBALL? HEX FIPTCBALL.' IHEVAINT \'O PRIZES IU 11HS OJIi AND I IE KNOWS '\SHOW.' THE ANSWEF? ,,, . 0(? HE WOULDI-/T/// IP A MUVVJB? TWO CIIAPQE WftS UGtD AMD THE BARPEL ELQVATED FIVE DtCBEt ,). WHAT UOULD THE :'iTKAJEaORY SE? QUIET/QUIET.' SO EVS?/ONE CftN HEAP THE AWSWEf?.' JUST WHEW ITS TIME POP A BREAK, HE ALWAYS AS A STUPID .OUESTIOM "·.-'MAYNf TKI FUtl UNI'l fTOHfP. ' MAYIC... LOOK/ IAWYK,1 DONT . WANT 10 ALAKVI VOIi,IUTTMK , ' r * PAUCUUTf »ACK THin-YNV / T H A T IS WHAT I HOP! TO 00, ( FEUA, CUT IT'S DOING 1C (I CLOSE, \ S S T READY TO JUMf! '""'THANKS, CHUM, BUT I'LL STICK. STOP COW.'TINS, AND ea M i TIUYOU!/ CAN'T VOU MAKE IT TO ONI OP THOSE ·#»Ifere/f or#0i7 TRIPLE ILLUSION dra«.n ELLIS SH«i'iP-Cldifton.Pa. A DIAMOND LOST BY MRS. P.UTH CHASE TURNED UP 8 MONTHS LATER IN HER OWN MOUTH.' SHEFOUHO SHE BIT IH10 A PiCHSHE HAD UNNED ...SEE IT'S PULL O= you WASH.'vou'SE ' O THE GLJ' WHO ,-r-r O:-\V 5O TURNED ON f*(TEMPTATION THE U/VTE!?.'') i OVECCA.UE MS UH «Avr TO TO- IT...AND « E , UOVT HAVE T' UASH THE v -Ed f-'OZ AW3S A .-;A",5 UO£~M iT/ -ETS GST i- A ^dOl5^ monK of Cdnton. China SEALED HIMSELF IN ATlWCftGE PIERCED BV SPIKES FOR 11YEAR5 \ To BEG ALMSTb BUILD A TEMPLE/ IISIA PKMirrED CflOIDOHOK I CAN 5EE -rDLCCG NO OH, DO YOU I WELL, NO, \ KNOWTHE/CAP'N.BUT \ CHIEF? /-^IVE K-STHI5 ) DAU6HTER7/ MY ANKLK... I'M ALL THAT '3 LEFfOI : AN t=XPBI3ITION OUT OF JAMESTOWN...WH'D HOPED TO DBftL FOR FOOD/, I-'ROM THE INDIA.N FA1ROP6KIN...HOW'D ·OU KNOW I WAS A CAPTAIN? PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK OB. LIVINGSTONE, I POESUME/r- I'VE HEARD ·OMUCH [MMJ5 T «TO» MEOKAM AMU5IMQ /KHMN INCIBBNT.WHJN I WAS AN INTERNE H YOU'RE IN A YAM-YAM JINTEHHUPTINO TREE- ^---f*- THE THIS CASE IS RIGHT UP VOUR ALLEV, DOCTOR, THE fftTlENf INSISTS HIS HEAD IS BEING aOiktD/T-- OBVIOUSLV A SIMPLE CASE r\c \l^*tiFr ""·of. · na nk* coemliJn cap, Buck, but a j n 'i Prairie Grove The Order of Rainbow for Girls mel at the Masonic Hall Monday night. The following officers wore installed: Worthy advisor, Bobbie Curtsinger; worthy associate advisor, Barbara Patrick; Charity Camilla Bidwell: Hope, La Vonne Phillips; Faitn, Kathcyne Bidwcll recorder, Sue Vinson; treasurer, Katie Sue Helm; chaplain, Ellen Marie Clark; drill leader, Charlene Brewer; love, Sue McKcnzie; religion, Nadine Ncal; nature, Shirley Curtsinger; immortality Jeplialint Henson; fidelity, Sue Wilson; patriotism, Julia Fcltncr; service, D.oris Jean Smith; confidential observer, Shirley Ramsey; outer observer, Mary Nell Gciger; musician, Mary Bell Thornton; choir director, Kay Lynn Cates; mother advisor,'Mrs. R. C. Lane; and rainbow dad, W. E. Lark. Members of he Advisory Board are Miss Ethel Speedlin, Glen Curtsinger, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parks, Mrs. W. N. Phil- 'ips, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brovlcs. rhcrc was a short program pro- KGRH XATUEUAI BVKNI.X1 6:00 Lombards on the Air 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:0n ;o Questions 7:30 Adventures of Mazie 8:00 BASKETBALL Arkansas Vs. Rice 9:45 Musical Interlude 10:00 News 10:15 Dance Orch. 10:30 Dance Orch. 10:55 News 11:00 Banco Orch. 11:30 Sign Off SUNDAY MORNING 7:00 Freedom Story 7.15 Music for Sunrlij 7:30 Music for Sunday 6:00 Church of Christ 8:30 Fayetteville Baptist Assn. 8:45 Sundny Serenade 9:00 Sunday Serenade 9:15 The Story Behind the Song 9:30 Voice of Prophecy 10:60 Sacred Hurt Profi am 10:15 TIMES Morning Newi Edition 10:30 Tabernacle Choir 10:45 Harding Hymns 11:00 First Baptist Church SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News with Vandeventer 12:15 Melodies for you 12:30 Show Tips and Show TUIIM 1:00 Top Tunes with Trendler 1:30 Bill Cunningham 1:45 Piano Portraits 2:00 Bandstand U.S.A. 2:30 Air Force Hour 3:00 Oklahoma City Symphony 3:30 Oklahoma City Symphony 4:00 Univ. of Ark. Concert Hall 4:30 True Detective Mysteries 5:00 Sunday Down South 5:30 Nick Carter ' 5:55 Cecil Drown SUNDAY NIGHT 0:00 A f f a i r s of Peter Salem 6:30 News 6:45 Christian Science Program 7:00 Gabby Hayes Show 7:30 Methodist Church ' 8:30 Favorite Stories 9:00 Top Ten 9:15 Top Ten 9:30 Top Ten 9:45 University Hour 10:00 Dance Orch. 10:30 Sign Oft MONDAY MOBMNO 5:30 Rise N 1 Shine 5.50 RFD 1450 6:00 Hise N' Shine ~ 6:30 Market Report «nd Weather 6:35 Rise i." Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time ceding the installation. Frances Garrett and Camilla Bidwell sang as a duct. "Over the Rainbow," and Betty Fayc Lane gave two' Piano numbers. The Rev. G. C. Bidwell spoke on the "Origin of the Rainbow." Installing officers were Miss Ethel Speedlin, Mrs. Mary Woolvcrton, chaplain; Mrs. Irene Delap, marshal; Mrs. Mildred Broyles, musician; and Mrs. Jerry Parks, recorder. The Lions Club met Tuesday night at Colonial Courts. It was reported that 595 had been received from the sale of "Seals for the Blind." Through this fund the Lions Club buys glasses f o r . the underprivileged and helps maintain the Sight Center for the blind in Little Rock. The Fire Ball Drive has about $1,800 dollars toward a new fire truck to be used in the rural areas. The proceeds from the "ladies night" supper were applied to the time clock and score board given by the Lions to the new gym. Members of the P.T.A. met in he auditorium Wednesday to observe Founders Day. Mrs. Clyde Jelap gave a brief history of ""ounders Day and Mrs. E. H. Cook explained the emblem of the ., the oak tree. Mrs. D. E. Rieff, the program chairman, told I of the local organization from the time is began as the School Improvement Association to 1922 when it became the P.T.A. Mrs. Rieff introduced a number of past presidents who told of some of their accomplishments while in office. Mrs. Clyde Sone read a poem, after which Mrs. J. Frank Holmes lighted a candle is recognition of the .national founders. Mrs. E. H. Cook lighted her candle and paid tribute to departed local members. A silver tea was served in the first grade room. Mrs. N. L. Brooks entertained the Joy Bearers Class Thursday. Mrs. L. E. Maupin, the president, was in charge of the program. Sandwiches and tea were served to the 21 members present. The General Circle of the Pres- byaerian Church met at the manse Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. B. Fenimore presided. Discussions were led by Mrs. J. C. Parks. Mrs. Dolph Helm and Mrs. J. W. Webb. The Business Womens Circle met at the manse at-7:30 p.m. Thursday with Mrs. Joe Parks presiding. Mrs. Cook led the Bible study. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Caswcll Wilson and Mrs. Lilbum Geigcr, served a Valentine plate. E. F. Norwood, Jr., with the "-"-. at .'Battle. Wash., is on leave. He taught in the Prairie Grove ....iOui.' ucforc enlisting. Camilla Bidwell entertained with a bunking party Wednesday night in honor of the birthday of her sister, Kathryne. Guests were Katie Sue Helm, Mary Noll Gciger, Coretta and Sue Wilson. Barbara . Patrick, Charlene Brewer, Bobbie Curtsinger, Sue Vinson, Nadine Ncal, Anetia Tunnel]. M. H. McKissack, student from John Brown University, will Fpeak at the Christian Church Sunday morning. Mrs. Clyde Delap, Mrs. D. E. Rieff,. Mrs. J. Frank Holmes and Mrs. C. A . . McCormick will be hostesses for the Study Club meeting Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Clyde Delap. Mrs. J. B. Stephen, wife of the Baptist minister, is ill with flu. Rev. S. O. Patty returned Friday from Dallas. Texas, where he attended a meeting of Methodist ministers. Used by thousands In reducing" diets--Junge's Roman Meal bread. 11-19-tf So Versatile, Charming 7:00 Korfee Kup Kapcn 7:30 Olasco Newt 7:45 Sunrise Serenade · , 1_ 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion 0:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 tiolsum 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 Bauckagc Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report MONDAY AFTERNOON 2:00 Hymns of All Churchei 2:15 News at Noon ' 2:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Lndies Fair 2:25 News 2:30 Pools 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Plck'r. Time 4:00 Tune Plck'n 'nmu 4:30 Tune Plck'n Time By Sue Burnett This carefully tailored daytime frock is so flattering to a woman's figure, so new in line and detail. And perfectly suited to your busy daytime schedule. Try · unusual novelty buttons for a trim. Pattern No. 8622 is a sow-rite perforated pattern in sizes 14 16 18, 20; 40, 42, 44. Size 16, short sleeve, 44* yards of 39-inch; Vi yard contrast. For this pattern, lend 30c In COINS, your name, address, sire desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 115.Ave. Amer- teas. New .York IS, N. Y. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now tor your copy. .VOO Robby Benson Wild Bill Hlckock 5:55 Cecil Brown AUTO WORK kr itllikU mtchtnln. All w.rk QUAKANTEED. IROUGHIR

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