Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 11, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 11, 1952
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, I'LL BLOW .YOU TO A r LUNCH TOOAV. DASWOOQ PROVIDING VOU TAKE ; THE ElCHTr-CENT SPECIAL S ·Mi'* 1 WHICH SOUNDS BEST- «l ' RAGOUT A LA MAISONETTE, DICED MEATS EN CPEME. MYSTECY CASSEROLE ORVEALRUINEAUFEVEi WHATS THE i.' ( RESTAURANTS MATTER? DO ) (ARE JUST LIKE' - -- -- · - · · · ' " W , VES NAMES GET ' ' YOU? 1 Tiiiira V THEVUSAV . ANYTHING TO GET YOU TO EAT OH, LARPV, I WISH "YOU D BE MORE CAREFUL? WHAT WILL MODEL SAY? xxi KNOW HOW DftD YES, JUNIOR.ILL GO WITH XXJ ANVWHERE-AMYWHEBE Y3UMEAN XXI HAD TOSMOOT SOMEONE SOU HEARD ME NCW.CET MV GRIP, RACKED. IVE OOTTO DISAPPEAR. I CHECKED UP ON THE DIFFERENT STATES. THIS PLACE iVE'RET GOING TO 15 ONLY AN OVERNIGHT BUS RIDE. WELL GET MARRIED TOMORROW. R.F.D. Seven ly JACK CARIISLI Another Stout family is leaving HFD Seven. Elmer Stout has sold Out to a family from Texas by the name of Davis, I understand that when Elmer sold out, he did ex kiUy that. In the deal went his livestock, farming tools, feed, f u r n - iture, and I think even his fox hounds. 1 hear that Elmer has bought a 57-acre place in the vicinity of Elkins. Mr. Stout was an old timer in that neighborhood, living just about a mile beyond the Whitehouse Church, near the old Tatum cannery. Dave Dudley, as well as being a 1 VOU SHOULD WALK IW QUIETLY ASK MV THE CAPTAtofe DOOP, /SEE THE GO IW^SALUTE; AND( CAPTAIU |WT6VDUP X^k-.WOWP SIP. I HAVE TOE SEIEAMTS PERMISSION / I'M COIN* TO ftV'TO M»KI if Y I 'TO THII MIM, MWYIR, 1UT I V IT'! COINS TO ir ciosr... - "i- u o o . Nf OUR OWN WAiSOM... TWECt'S ONE OC THOSE NEW SPRAV-OM CA.NS OP. PAINT ON THE SHELP IN.THE KITCHEN/ ' _ 'ELLITHANKS, UNCA DONALD/ IVELL.ITS OONE...8UT IT DOESN'T SEE.A\ T' DRV LRIGHJ OR SOMETHING.' SGAD.SIR.YOUR FRIENDSHIP/ Y'MEAN I COULD WITH CHIEF POWHATAN'S HELP WU TALK 1M DAUSHT6R COULD MEAN VlMTO TRADING YOU THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 1 ! ENOUGH FOOD TO LIFE AND DEA1H HOC. A HOLD VOU THRU YEH.CAP'N SMITH, I'LL TRY TO HELP YOU...BUT IT'LL HAVE TO BE DONE MV WAV.., THE-JAMESTOWN -OMf. : AYE.SO BE IT..,I'M IN NO POSITION TO QUIBBLE... f I'M TOUGH ' BUT I WARN YOU/THESE/ TOO...MEBBE } INDIANS ARE ,/gi A MITE TOUGH JASPERS. 1 -WO THE Mtt-MNT HTHIWQ WAS, THAT AFTW I'D I'lHMMK THE PATIENTS HEAD KIAU^-DO MMCTNIIMS'.' IT'S HEARTLESS TO LET THIS , IAD WASTE ) HIS TIME, * CAUSE Of HIS TBOU6O. .'JM A BOIL 01 HIS ElAOWr WHCM HECOUU) BE MAKING , MOUEV MK.'.' irsASIMPLECASCOr TnAKIMQ VOO»OO/'/'-SOMEOWES ] THE BOILING THE HEAD OF /REQUEST HI6 HEXED IMAGE. BY I'LL ASK THEM _X I'M-TOM TO STOP.'.' S£ EH, /We HESSAGC ARRIVES-BUT NIGHTMARE ALICE /S GOfJ£- THK CHIL D IS TOO VOUHG TO WHIU tOWK WOWWMOWH6- prctiy successful hunter an/3 trapper, also flnd.s time to IOOK up' an occasional bee tree. Last Thurs : day he (rave me a sample of one of his finds. Wild honey has * langy, delightful taste and musl be aten to be appreciated as it tastes a lot different from the way it looks. You see, wild bees are not quite as neat as their'domestic cousins. Wild honey' also tends to CO to sugar pretty easily but it is a simple metier to to its original goodness; just place it in a small container and put. this container in a larger one filled with hot water. I notice that Mr. Bauin Is having a large pond dug there on his place. The site is a little too wet fo- a bulldozer so Glenn Will, who is doing the work, has substituted a machine which he calls "dragline." This looks something like the "diggers" you see around carnivals; you put in a nickel and a clam-like bucket swings around and you try to pick up a gold watch, but instead end up with nothing . . . Mr. Will has the business end of this afag-line resting on some large m.ils which prevent its sinking in the mud. The slccl boom v.'hlch suspends the ine and bucket swing out over the d i r t I? le moved, picks it up and loista' it around out of the way. ·T OUR WAY Bv J. R. Williami : MO.OUBTEP WASN'T SI IN THE BUNCH --THAWK H HEVINS,CUZ THAT GUY Si THEY THREW AT CAW RUN/QUICK..TDTH' rll BACK.-THEY WEMT fiORTHE ALLEV. * f e » ^ ^ : ? ^ C BOEM THIOTV VEAES TOO SOOM .R WILLIAM^ Believe fl or JVbt/ MOTHERS , mine AmbaTnbe,Mnai MUST SEAL THEIR LIPS WITH PINS EACH TIME THEY LFT Iff THtKBAiY JONS.' York City RCMtMBCRKATH IS THE COOED INSCRIPTION /fun S£ OKODCD SY JHS »5Si~. 7 /e-ii^ nuns CKWINCN t« 6TKTUE TKW KILLED ITS SCULPTOR/ Rone AGttMTKnoultEOFMOSES CARVED IN A HORIZONTAL POSITION BV PROSPERO BRESCIANO PROVED SO FAR OUT OF PROPORTION WHEN IT UBS ERECTED THAT SPECTATORS ROARED WITH LAUGHTER SRCSCl/INODEDOfGRKFA FEW'HOURSLATER--BUI'HIS STATUE HAS ENDU/XS 361 VSARS PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK "Young man, if you donl Hop fmtng rtwt dog I'm going to tall ttw hwl" Mr. Baum's »7 ducks are soinj to enjoy this addition to the place and are already standing around v/atchlhg with anticipation. Ruby Lollar has returned from St. Louis, where she had a four- week's visit with her son, Sherman, and his family. Sherman's son, John Sherman III, now 10 months old, (iocs by the name of 'Pelie" to keep him 'rom getting mixed - up with his dad. As you know, 'Sherman is with the White Sox. He is due here today-for a three-day visit before -going on to El Centro, Calif., where the White Sox are going to do their spring training. I have a hunch that Sherman is going to have the best season of his careei this year . . Ruby's other son, Jerry, is in officer's training school at Fort Benning, Ga. It seenis that I missed some of he bobcats that have been killed near the King Ranch. I found out ast week that they have killed .hree up there this winter. Mr.- Larson told me that they have also tilled five wolves. p This warm weather has been cry nice, but if we have a lot of cold weather later the frui' is going to be in a bad way. The peach buds are all swelling, and Leonard Stanbcrry tells me t h r t some of his strawberries ha'e begun to bloom. Almost every day I see where some new REA line L- going in. I noticed last week that they are running an extension on the west en.'. o£ the Ed Edwards road. It isn't soini; 1 to be very long until all the farms and houses on RFD Seven are served by th^ REA. We are glad to see Charley we are giao. tu at.-u -.iinni^ OC f Davis home from a Prairie' Grove, i c onan t said last night the pro- hospital, where he underwent some Krarn ca i ls f o r "revitalizing" the surgery. He seems to be getting Harvard Divinity School under along fine. We are very sorry that didn't get the name ol the f i r m that owned the ambulance that brought him home. , As I leave town every morning to go out on the route, I meet Man Haines. I think Mr. Haines has been around here longer than most ol you folks can remember. He is retired now bJt in the old days he used to be trader--especially of 'ivcslock. H was natural t h a t in those days he spent a lot o! time around the wagon-yard. And now that he has retired, it is just as n a t u r a l that he seeks out his old haunts to spend his leisure moments. Of course the wagon yard, as we used to know it, doesn't exist any more; 1-ut Mr. goes back there anyway, and 1 suppose he meets and talks [o others who have the same in- erest. Mr. Haines, although get- tins along irv year*, maxes these trips on foot, not once, bui twice each day. He comes home for unch, and as 1 come in off the route, I generally pass Mr. Haines again making his leisurely way up that steep hill that is East Rock Street.,. Bottles In Iron Fatal v:;: '' To 55 Tehran, Iran-MPJ-Two "· newspapers reported today that 55 persons were killed and more than 300 injured in six hours of fierce street fighting Saturday in Zabol, a town along the Afghan frontier. Official '.sources 'admitted that a mob had beheaded the provincial jovernor and.three other officials )Ut there was no confirmation of :he larger casualty toll, which the anti-government papers Allash and Dad published. They quoted 'informed Tehran sources in touch with the situation." Rival tribesmen battled in the city's streets, the papers said, after an election dispute burst into varfare with firearms, knives and clubs. A wave of looting and burn- nc spread through the town. Troop einforcements rushed from ncar- )y Kcrman province to help re- tore order. Official sources said martial law is being enforced in Zabol. Religious Training Al Harvard To Be Expanded Cambridge, Mass. -()- A five- million-dollar plan for creation of a religious training center at Harvard University has been announced by President James B. Conant. A committee has been named to raise funds for the prdj- Harvard Divinity ~. new leadership .with an enlarged faculty chosen by an interdenominational board, ot clergymen. Elkins Mrs. Clyde West has been returned home from Fayetteville City Hospital, where she had been a patient for a week. The high school senior class will sponsor a chili supper at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the school lunch room. A basketball game will follow the supper. R. E. King lias been returned home from Fayetteville City Hospital, where he was a' patient. Mr. and Mrs. Davis C. Spears, Jr., of Fort Smith were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Howell Ferris. Jimmy Spears, who has been visiting here, returned to Fort Smith with them. Most of the students who have been ill with flu for the past two weeks have returned to school. Used by thousands In reducing diets--Junge's Roman Meal bread. 11-19-tf ' K«» up witk Un tlmet-- reid ihe TIMES dtllT. _ Six MONDAY NIGHT 6:00 Dinner Music ' 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sporls Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatler--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASKETBALL Arkansas Vs Texas A. . M. 9:30 Just Music 10:00'News--M 10:15 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off TUESDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N' Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise 'N- 1 Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N 1 Shine 6:45 Stock T--lk Time 7:0u Koffce Kup K.iperi i 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Bob Hurlelgh 8:15 Morning Devotion " 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 8:00 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 % 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwiigon Jamboree ' 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Mntlnce 1:25 News " 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladies Fair 2:25 News 2:30 Bob Poolc 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Plck'n Tlm« ViOO Tun« PIciT'n Tlm« 4:30 Tune Plck'n Timt ,1:00 Sgt. Preston 5:M Sky King 5:55 Cecil Brown By Sue Burnett Just about the cutest (undress and jacket pair you'll see for a young miss of one to six years. Colorful ric rac finishes jacket nnri bare-arm dress -- note the dainty shaped pockets. Pattern No. 8795 is a sewirite perforated pattern in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 years. Size 2, dress, !'/ yards of 39-inch; jacket, $4 yard.- For this pattern, tend 3Uc In COINS, jour name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest 'Arkansas, Times, 1150 Ave. Americas. New York 19. N. Y. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. A R I S E ! "Why ait T 8U th«a and die?" TUNE IN KBRS Monday thru Saturday, I:1S a. m. Sunday, 1 p. m. HEV. BEHYL E. BETH AUTO WORK by itUakl* machanlci. All work GUARANTEED. ·ROUGHER and ROII wwtti* · MM M MMIM - I

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