Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 25, 1952 · Page 10
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February 25, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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Huntsville The Hcv. A. L. Leaie, mlsslori- ary of (he Washington-Madison Baptist Association, showed * re- !U:ou» film at the P. J. Snilth Theater in Hindsville Thursday night, Mrs. Alva Dennis of the Buckeye community is i n . t h e hospital for observation. Fred E. R c c d attended the Southwest Missouri Strawberry Growers meeting at Butlcrficld, Mo., February 22. Mrs. I.oy Lewis hns returned frjrn Los Angeles, Calif., where she was called two weeks ago to l« with her sister, Miss Cathy (Jlaze. Miss Glaze collapsed after being in a factory where a gas explosion took place. She is a former resident of .Fayetteville. Her condition is reported improved/Mrs. Lewli »a» ·ccompinled by her brother, Gene Glaze of Indiani. They, also visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Glaze of Phot- nix, Ariz. .. j Mrs. M; L. Austin of Sulphur Springs, \*. visiting her brother-in* law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perkins, and her brother and »is- tcr-in-Jaw, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fahrcnwald. The Baptist W. M. U. met at the home of Mrs. Will Holland Friday. The day was spent' sewing, for under privileged people in the community. Plans were made for the Week 'of Prayer program to be held at the church in March. 'Mr. and Mrs. Sherman McGinnis have sold their store 1 at Harmony and are now living at Ihe old Wal- if ' Starnes farm. School was dismissed Friday for the teachers to attend the county teachers' meeting at Huntsville. Nolen Chappell and children, Mary, Ann and Jimmy, were in Springdale Friday on business. Among Israels'. exports are marble, citrus fruits and cut and polished diamonds. · · In Madrid, shops and business places are closed between 1 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Agriculture in Britain uses some 18 million of Britain's 60-miliion- acre land area. IT WAS MPS.VCO0LE/-TM SHE WANTS ME TO COME PI5HT.OVE? ' AND SEE HE5 NEW HAT W/CDN5CIE IS BOTHER! MC-IM COMING ALL I KNCW IS I WAS - ILKING.WHEN HE SUDDENLY QOT UP AND RAN OUTON THE RPE ESCAPE. NOV WHAT SHALL I DO? SHALL I TELL THEM IT% THE BROTHER OF THE GIRL I LOVE? r MUST BE SURE FIRST.' i MUST H/VE PROOF? IU. GO AND ASK MODEL.' S.THE EVEwrrwess JUNIOR SKETCHES, THEN SUDDENLY REAUZES HE HAS SKETCHED MODEL'S PEUCIOUS TO GMEW Keep np with tne lima--read he TIMES diilr OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William 1 THOUGHT TH House \JOCKSD RARE--WHAT?,E THEOWIM' AWAV ALL THAT GOOD STUFF FOK.T I'M JslOT--I'M NOT GOIWG TO SIT ALOME ALL WINTER WHILE I YOU WORK ON THAT { THING.' WE'RE GDINlG TD HAVE COMPAMY J AND YOU'LL HELP ' ENTEfCTAIN THEMJ AFTEP y FINISH MOPPM; TAKE THIS BAG 0' ,,,, . OUTSIDE AND -*'- '' PEEL'EM AFTER VOU PINISH (MOPPING/ OK, WO! THI TAtlf» AWTWWSW PUCK, YOU MURDERING RATS'. BORW THIRTY YEARS TOO SOON tA DIVIDING THI PHdoucr * OF THE EVEN NUMBERS BVTKE T. PRODUCT OF THE ooo Nimes SWALLOWED ATEMPLt WRAPPED ITS ROOTS AROUND* HOUSE Of WORSHIP BJKIIOUPHANT crfKeiii^jrHO^ WOH HIS LETTER 4fiHMK tr eon NO,DK.WONMIJG, IT DOES BEAT I HAVEN'T8EEN ,/ ALL \VHEKE ALLEY FOR A /HE CAN GET LONSTIME. X TO WHEN VOU WANT HIM! VMEAN VMERF OOP NOWI9AT?GO5H DO VtX) KNOWN SAKE6,OOOLA,I OF'ALLEY'9 I ^WOULDN'T KNOW WHEREABOUT»?1 THAT.' LETS TRY PUTTINS )WELL,THATS ANOTHER IT THIS WAY.... ^QUESTION WHEN PUI' WHAT DO YOU \ THAT WAY KNOW ABOUT WHY HE'S NOT I CHANGE MY SA\ HERE NOW? YE9.SIR, 1 THINK YOU BETTER HAD/ PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK THIS PtRfUME WILL MAKS AMY MAW IRRESISTIBLE TOQIRLS-IT SMtUJS LIKCMOMCV/r TDOCMONSTRATE (TV POWER: IVC ASKKD THESE _ WE'LL SELECT L WE ALL AGREE THAT WORST OF THE TMI« OWE IOT, OOOSE A IS THE HIM WITH V MOST THE PERFUME IREPULSWEf* -AND THEN MATCH ITS HUMAN, FATBACK? ·USW-CHA?S TO SUBMIT TO ...lf you MUST Hist blend* in th' FIND OPIUM, SO ON GO BRACELETS HANDCUFFS AIE PIACED on wrl«t»- o f Boufos H. Stephen. 37, a p M . aenger on. liner Vulcania, In New ifork harbor by Inspector. James O'Malley following neizure of an elgnt-pnund chunk of pure opium with an underworld value of jlou.uoo. The'opium was found In false bottom of a woodTM I r u n k - l i k e box (foreground) which Stephen jaid h« bought in. Lebanon for »IO. N a t u r a l l y he didn't know anythlne! about the fal« botlum or opium. He ·aid he bought the box u I' container for gifti for friends. __ f/nfeniolranaJ SoundphotoJ INTERNMENT CAMPS ABOUT READY i ARROWS'IOCATI five internment camps for saboteurs and apios ^n case of war. They arc nearly ready for use, says Federal Prisons Director Jamei V. Bennett. The two Arizona camps and one in Florida are former U.'S. Air Force installations. The Allen town camp was once used for ordnance work, and the El, Reno site housed Nazi* It's Simply Wonderful «,/ v ~ MONDAT NIGHT 6:00 Dinner Music ' 6:15 Starlight'Time 6:30 News 6:45 Oiark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7i30 Rhytl-.mic Rendezvous . 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASKETBALL Arkansas at . · T.C.U. . 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-' Shine 6;30 Alarkets and Weather 6:35 Rise N 1 Shine. 6:45 Stock T»lk Time 7:0u Koffee Kup Knpera 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade ' 8:30 Bob Hurleigli 8:15 Morning Devotion 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 I/ve 10:30 Queen, for a Day 1 i: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 Chuckwagon Jamboree 11:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00'-Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladies Fair 2:25 Ne\y» 2J30 Bob'Pool* .1:00 Swing Session 3:SO Tune.Pick'n Tim* 4!»6 fun* Pick'n Tlnn 4:30 Tunt Pick'n Tlmt «:0fl S«t. Preilon »;'S8 Sky King 1:5} Cecil Brow* 8804 11-20 By Sue Burnett Here's the type of dress juniors love for general wear all .summer. Simply styled in a bright plaid fabric, it features crisp contrast for the wide rovers, cap sleeves and clever pockets. . Pattern No. 8804 is a'sbw-fite perforated pattern in sizes 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size. 12, 4% yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Tjmes, 1150 Ave. Americas, New York 19. N. Y. Basic FASHION for '52 is' filled with ideas to make your clothes budget go further -- time-saving' and economical designs that are easy to sew. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 .cents. AUTO WORK by nliabli intchtnici. All work GUARANTEED. ·ROUGHER and ROBB WHIUK'I eirNti Mck M »'t t*nl«t MMMm \ 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c (rider Bros. Nursery aRCENLAND. ARK.

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