Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 22, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 22, 1952
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'.". ,/ ,,: Bowling ' Rlckelt's" fyrufs, forced Into; the lead trimming the · Rltter Agency. 4-0. Mcllroy Bank took three jrom Fairway Store To hold the runner-up position, while Harm Construction Co. alao took three points from-Dr. Pepper. Kelley Bros. Lumber Co;-fell out of the lead'position'after, belni trounced 3-'!"' by · Crelfhton's, C. -A= Swanson's took all from. Palace. Drug and Cy Carney Appllancea defeated Modern Motors 3-1. Stump Furniture Co.. and' .Proctor Potato ; Chips look Coca-Cola and Mason'a cafe, respectively, for three points. Ferguson's Cafeteria trimmed Whltfleld for all. four points and the Rogers five took three from Bohe's Grocery, . · nlckett's not only took the Jeague lead, but also. captured all team high scores with their. 914-2,719, while Otto Gage of that team exceeded all other Individual efforts' with his'235-613. LeaffHt · StaHslifif · Rlcketrs Drugs ., It Mcllroy Bank 15 Kahn Construction Co. "___ 14 Kelley .Bros.' Lumber'Co. · 14 C.' A. Swanson and Son .- : 1.1 Modern Motors. , ,--13 Htlin. Ark. --.;.... Cv- Camiy Appllanctf -.; Cnffhton's Drive-In ... Fairway Store · · . Ferftuon'i Cafeteria flitter Afency ·,,-- IP Furniture Co. J_TM Pepper : ...',, * Maion'i Cafe".: L Palace "Drug : ,, _ Proctor Potato Chipi . Bphe'i Grocery Coca-Cola _ Whltfieid Motor Co; '. Today's Market-- St. Louis Liretlock '·- · National Stockyards, \\\,-(!f)- Hogs 4,500; market active, uneven; weights 280 : 330 Ibs 25-3S higher; heavier weights and sows sisady to 25 .higher with spots up 50 on sows; 170 Ibs' down 25 to 75 higher; bulk choice 100-220 Ibs 18.00-15; later practical top; part load 18.25; 230-250 Ibs 17.00-75; 250-300 Ibs mostly 16.00-17.00; 150-175 Ibs 15.75-17.50; 120-140 Ibs 13.50-15.25; 100-110.Ibs 12.0012.00; sows 400 : Ibs 'down-15.60-16.00; heavier spwi.^l3.00il'j.5"p;- stags 11.50-13.50; boars 9.00-11.00.' Cattle 400, calve.- 250; moderate- . ly active selling at -prices fully i steady with Thursday; smaller lots steers ^nd heifers, mostly lightweight butcher type 'including commercial .and good at 27.5032.00; odd head choice slaughter steers 33.50; few choice quality steers cl.'ves to replacement in- leresls 34.00;, utility yearlings around 24.00-26.00; butter b u l l s 20.00-26.00; sorted prime vealers 0.00-41.00; most good and choice' Hop le think what will happen whtn your wife can «w (engtr work?!" BUT. SHES CPAZV ABOUT *i SHOPT, PUMPV HOMELV BLONDE KID- NAMED OSCAS WHAT'S THE TROUBL SON? VOU'VE SEEN, _ . MOOMINS AROUND ' ·*-· THE HOUSE FOR A 'WEEK WEU.VOU'BE ) TALL. DAW, ITS IMOCENE, POP I'M CPAZV HANDSOME ji · -- *-- "-- 4.; HCWCAN I THX.TRACY I WAS RUNNING AWAY TO GET MARRIED? HE1.L LAUGH AT ME.TOO. BttX AT HEADQUAI7TEPS. HES GOING ^ TO DESCRIBE THE KILLER, WHILE JUNIOP MAKES A ' SKETCH. JUNIORS BEEN CONE SINCE VESTERDAY. V I DOIT KNOW WHAT TO THINK. SAM. ! JUST A SQUIRT? THATfe WHAT MOOS. CALLED MEf SAID MARRYING A KID LIKE ME VKXUP BE aUY* THE MILk DBIVEPLWHO WAS EVEWrTNESSTbTWE METER KILLING IS HERE, TRACV. ' HEM'S NBVER A tUCKYlAP..v' TS 'TAKE A TRIP THE WEBLD 1 . SEE ALL \H COiJMTPiES AN POirJTt Of- IMTEPU9 ! OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams THERE IT GOGS ASIM.' EVERY TIME ITURM OW THIS MACHINE, 'A PIECE OF TIN, CARPBCWRP OR FALL?. DOW'T LOSE 1 AN/ O THEM 1HIKJSS: THEM'S HOW OL' DAN KEERS THIS PLANER KUMNIN' SCOP. THAT'S WHY I ALWAYS HATED TO BE PUT OM SOME OL' BOY'S MACHINE , WHEM HE WAS" OFF.' -YES, YOU MIHT A WELL BE OFF; TOO, FDR ALL YOU 6PT DONE LEARMIN' HIS. SECRETS OF 3iXcess: GOBN6Y.' ITS CALLING FROM CAMP AMD HE WAMT6 TO TAU' TO you TWENTV DOLLARS? --.WELL.;. OKAY I1L SEND YEAR BEETLES A THOUSAND /HUES AWAY AMD HE CAM STILL TOUCH MUWWUIK, IUZ SX4MINES»**Av/. TLirDnrt'i j* ·? PUD! W 0MIIR OF MWVM MVM' \ A «i(N, «· .Hi'o.of tmm IATX/ tm UIK TMEY COMI TO tier MI. IUT HI HOT IF CA/JSHTUKf A SITTIWS ouoe. iBelieve K orAW/ fit HOME OF MS.C.WMHNGTON « Mt.Ufrnon, Washington WAS DESTROVED BY A LANDSLIDE ON m.12,1948 DONT SPARE )( OKAV, THE HOStSES... IM LATE; (*** War of McW4%«a BNO TVIEIR SON WALTER JR. MEItCMLBOANON FEB. 11.' GEOfiGE (SN.LY SLEPT HERE/ CAMP COT USED BV WASHINGTON VOU HAVE POCAHONTA3 FROM WOLF SO POWHATAN 6AVI5 /THAT'S ENGLISHMEN PROM 3TM?VEj MIGHfV f-SIVE-UMMUCHCORNI ." J ' YOU, CHIEF; il RAISE-IYEH/TALK-UM LOUDOC UM VDICB, ( PCHVHAVAN NO CUT-UM TALK LOUD \ FINGER! SWOKD HOC TO CHIEF ) DANGEROUS F( AGAIN? RED BROTHER! WOKO TOO DANGEROUS?/ UG! YOU \ AMERICAN REVOLUTION PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK ** -Hate's A DOLLYQ . .rr-THEM DCK-LIES (ACH HEP.RE-SE MOOHIN ktAM- ANVTH1NQ VO' DOES r ' ( GOSVfT*** , H \ FiAPMaum--"·. JHEBOVhWS \TrXJUT»KEA {JgSajSSKf I SIH-MONTHS V««l*« 33.00-SB.OO; utility » n d cprnmercial vei«r«- found lest active demand th»n earlier in week, clearing largely -from 23.0030.00; culls J7.00-20.00. Sheep 100; undertone weak on lambs but not enough to test market; few good to low choice w'ool- cd lambs 25.00-27.00; part deck gqpd yearling wethers 21.00; daughter, ewes quotable; cul's down to 9.00. Graham Sees Mac Arthur Washington-Wj-Evangelist Billy Graham had a conference with Gen Dpuglas MacArthur in New York yesterday. Graham quoted the general as saying When their session ended: " 'Billy, keep giving j it to them.' " . Keep M wiU'tlu U»ea--reld ·h« TiMKS dill/ Cwrt PARTl r ' EVEN1NU 6:00 pinner Music ·.15 Starlight "Time 5:30 Newt ' 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King .Show 7;1S Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASKETBALL Sprindale nt Fayetteville 0:30 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off SATUKDAT MOEMNQ .1:30 Rise 'N Snmt 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 ; Lock Talk Time 7 00 Minutes ny Miif 7:15 Jordanaires . 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Organ Reveries 8:00 After Breakfast 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 9:00 Kiddies Hit Parade 9:30 News 9:45 Cancer Show 10:00 N,ew Record Release! 10:15 New Record Releases 10 30 Here's To Vets 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 Proudly We Hail 11:30 Church of Cnriif 11:45 News at Noon SATURDAY AFfERNOO* 12:00 Man on The Farm 12:30 Symphonies for Youth · 1:00 Symphonies for Youth 1:25 News--M- 1:30 McAllister Singers 2:00 Banstand U.S.A. 2:25 News-2:30 Sports Review 3:00 Saturday Swing Session 3:30 Hawaii Calls 4:00 Lan Lan Ensemble 4:30 Bands for Bonds 4:45 Musical Interlude 5:00 Harmony Rangers 5:30 Heart Program 5:45. Preston Sellers 5:55 Bauckage Commentary NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS Rate: 3 centa per~ word aindt in- --·rtion Three consecutive intTrtloni 7 cents per word. Minimum order «c Cliuified adi ca«h in advance--not taken over the telephone. Deadline for classified -ads: 1D'30 m daily: 9:30 a. m. Saturday. Corrections and rerun cheerfully made after first insertion No corrections or rerun made after ad has expired. NOTE: Advertising copy for other pages is due at 12 noon the day pre- ceedtni publication: 12 noon Saturday for publication on Monday LEGAL NOTICES WARNING osiDIiT In The Chrneery Caurt or Wa.hlnalanC.unty, Arkansas Arlie W. Langford Plaintiff vs. ^ Goldie Lanfford Defendant The Defendant Goldie Lanaford is warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of t h j Plflntiff in the above entitled cause. Witness my hand and seal of this Court thh «lh day of February. 19S2. ISEAD Richard' B. Greer Chancery Clerk I-1S-22-2* c AUTO WORK; . . . . kr rtlUbl* m«chlnlc«. All work GUARANTEED. BROUGHER pnd KOBB Onat Wklttlf *'s (*nUa ttMlM i im WALT BEACH Wlt» *ATITT«VILi.l. 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c CrMer Bros. Nursery ORRNLAND, AMK. iUtM ALONZO HARVEY EX PAR NotiM ii herrby given that' tt^ hat bten filed in tne office of the cJArfcof the Chancery Court of W«h- iaflon County. Arkaniu, a. petition to quiet and confirm in A.onza Htr- v-y, being the i»me person at L: A. Harvey, Ind-or Lonzo Harvey, the title to the following landi In Washington County, Arkaniai, to wit; The Southeast Quarter of the Souiheait Quarter Sectio . Sixteen 1161. Township Thirteen (13) North. ·Range .Thirty (30j West; and the North 1,2 of the Northwe«t Quarter the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter Section Fifteen (15). Township Thirteen (13) North. Range Thirty (30) West of the loth) P. M.; in all 160 acres. All persons claiming said lands, or any interest therein, are hereby notified and warned to appear in siid court within .six weeks after date .of lint publicallon had, and ihow came why the title to taid lands should not be eitablished, quieted and confirmed In this petitioner. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have hereunto »et my hand and affixed the se.-l of this court on this the 14th day of January, 1952. (SEAL ) Richard B Greer Clerk. Chancery. Court 18-25 Feb. 1-8-15-22 c ANNOUNCEMENTS aUMMAGE sale at Edlin'i Shoe Store South Block. 7;30. Benefit of Boy's Ciub. by Junior Civic L e a g u e . ^ VSTRIJCTION , JOMPLETE your high school at home in spare time. Texts furnished. Diploma. No classes. Send for 47 page booklet and" 'sample lesson' free Am rican School, write P. O. Box fERSONAL DON'T forget to get your SH Green stamps ai Castling and Russell EIIO Service Station. 6 miles North, highway 71. _ ;,_____ S100.00 REWARD INFORMATION directly leading to the location of Lorene Rogers, daugh- ler of Fred Rogers. 'formerly of Elkins. Ark., now believed to reside in Fort Smith, Ark. Age approximately 28 years old. Write Box K-24. NOTICED ____ 1 __ j OLD Mother Hubbard khowa what to do with a few more, children at the Veteran's Village Nursery. Call 1895 or 201 SR _ STOMACH upset? Foi free sample of W-'"kins Digestive Compound Tablet*. call 2«5R. ._. _ _ _ _ _ ,,_. TKANSPORTATION OFFERED LEAVING for Los Angeles February 27. can take 2 share expense pas- sengers-jPhoneWestrork 25F22.^ HELP WANTED WANT DISTRIBUTOR FOR Fayetteville territor;- on 1,295 items backed by national advertiser, and taking America by storm. Your net should exceed $1,200 per month, requires investment. Don't answer unless 3'ou can take over immediately. Write Box K-22, %Times. HELP WANTED--MALE MAN to make posts and build fence. Phone 788J2. Bill Porter. OPPORTUNITY for right man for sales and service work. Experience unnecessary but sales experience helpful. Age 21 to 45. Car furnished and salary. Apply Singer Sowing Machine Co., 8:30 to 5:30 p. m, or call for^appointment. 2287. RELIABLE farm hand wanted. Write Box K-25. %Times. _ YOUNG men wanted to get ready to accept positions in drafting, accounting, electricity and diesel engineering. We teach you at home in spare Urns and help place you. American School. Write P. O. Box 320 Fay. e tte v i lift. HELP WANTED--FEMALE _ EARN money at home. Full part-time. Write Box K-26. ToTimes. to do sewing by hour or WOMEN ._ _ _ _ _ . .... piece. Call 1867. 402 Arkansas. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY U.S. ROYAL TIRE FRANCHISE United States Rubber Co. First time, offered. $150,000 first year opportunity L E. CANTRELL District Manager No. 3 Ranch Drive, Fayetteville, Ark. MONET TO LOAN FhA HOME- LOANS Low interest, long terms LTLEY AND COMPANY, INC. Phpnejgoa LOST AND FOUND LOST, brown billfold. Phone 2330R. LOST 4 Hudson poultry house ventilators in carton. 62 Highway west on Thursday. Notify Farm Bureau Cooperative. Faycttcville, or Lincoln tor reward. FOUND, several sets of car keys. Owner may have same by identifying at Times office. FOUND T around ' Christmas. Jersey calf. Owner identify. Earl Wise. Prairie Grove. FOR SALE--LIVESTOCK 150 EWES. GOOD, EVEN SOLID mouth Western. Lamb March 10. from good buck. Marian Miller. Phone 3658 Sprinsjdale. 4 miles north of Fayetteville. Highway 71. 2 miles east of Zion Road. I HAVE plenty of good bred Western ewes to lamb In March and April. M. G. Polk Livestock Co.. CassvTlla Missouri, phone 299W1. ONE TO-A ' THOUSAND '37 Olds 6 Tudor .......$ 100 ^l'"Studebqker'Coup*'.". .$ 200 '41 Ford 2-door :..'.$ 300 '41 Olds 76 Sedan $ 40.0 '46 Ford 1 Vi-ton "...'.,..$ 500 46 International K-6 .. .$ 600 47 CMC IW-ton $ 700 46 Ford 2-door:.' $ 800 '46 Oldt 76 Sedan.... .$ 900 46 Olds 78 Sedan.....$1000 WE HAVE ANY PRICE TYPE OR MAKE · WE Will TRADE-SEU-BUY-FINANCE . COME .UP AND TRY US WHITFIELD MOTOR CO. OlDS -- CMC 15 North tait St.

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