Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1952 · Page 22
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February 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 22

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£- " . . . · · , ' · \ ^--·*C*THWHT AKKANSAS TIMIS.'.teycltovMb, Arlumm, Thursday, hbriwry 21, 1»5J * VOU 5*117 YOU WERE Tl WOOF DATES MO PCOttAWPPAPTIES" YOU SAID -iOU VfrWNEP roc PEACE AND COMFORT »U PROPPED TO ME? ·· VDU SAIP VOU WEBS WINS JO/SETTLE DOWN LARRV.WHVDONTMXI TWO BUCKS? ISTW4TALL SOLfVEC Si^l. lOUGHTTO SMACK NOU. MODEL. I'ASKED VOU TO BRING ME DOUGH. AND WU BRING ME A LBTTUREf WHV.V3U LITTLE-, MEANWHILE, JUNOO KNOCKS ON TWE OOOP OF MOC3BS PHRBMTB APARTMENT. Church Women To Observe World Day Of Prayer - -»-» r,-~..v ,,,, " ---·"*·· , VPI «r --^,, TM,» ,,,,,,,,.,,,, .,^^« . . n , . ^ , ^ ^ , , ,, . , , . WORLD DAY OF PRAYER v, ^ »«.V«vW.»««.'.':.:«.'-y-a : : :':.: .; : ----;----r- -,=.:·."»··.v:-.-: J . i -...-..-.;K;^?iz.7^7r..,;. vii,...,',..,.,i,i ··ii/?-'/ *:· ·;'' ":.··: - . . - ' . . , ' · - , ' ./:'···' ' ··:'·-' ··..····'·:;··-·.·. · * · .··"' V-;-..;! /··?? s ?/r · '*OSTER:FOR PRAYER--Patterned after Millet's famous paintmf, "The Angelus," u the poster C°2r^ l? i!!'_l ri i 13r ;. reb - ?*· " the 65lh annu »' "World Day of Prayer" The poster was designed 5L-.?'. .v ,V;.^ ontou / °' DrooW 3' n . New York City, a native of Canada and an Inxjuols Indian. Tneme tor the 1152 da} of prayer, which will be observed m 18,000 communities of the United States : , ' «nd in 104 other countries, is "Christ Our Hope." **"tj*H .'*y "· fr*' *?*** **M1* NH*V» I KWOW, BUT TIC COOK IS MAKING CHQ5CV PIE THIS AFTECWCQM The Fayetteville Council of :hurch Women conduct a service in observance W the World Day. of Prayer tomorrow Afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock in the Central Methodist Church. There ined by the Christ Our Hope," based on prayers of migratory, workers, share croppers, and American Indians. Nursery fa- for the service, as outli National Council, is "" c-ilities' will be provided at the Thompson House. ., Other observances of the day will be a program of prayer hymns from the carillonic bells at the University by Francis Medaris and in advertising by local merchants. National broadcasts will be heard over networks at the following times: NBC, opening and closing broad- OUT OUR WAY If ONLY I COULD :SWT A TOWN ' iUT.THBRE'S NOT AK6AD, NOT A 'WAGON TRAIL, NO! 'HEV! A FLASH Of IWtlT/ f *WII THE KFLKTWI _0r A WINDOW OR A WINPSHIELD! JV SOERf BUT HE HAP TO STAV I IOOK.HOU.I9,1 WISH YOU'? 1 NOT REFER TO AUEY OOP i Aft A MI66ING LINK!/ IN XTH'FHWTPtACEHE J.J8 -llrW^ MKUTI AffPUCATMN Of MJ1B1 *** b^ taJU IBB. JTMfl P^yOtB Wfl Be use YOUR NOOOLI- , BurTABOODLE By J. R. Williams casts, "The Prayer"; Mutual; 1:45 to 2 p. rh., "Faith In Our Time," Mrs. J. C. Penney and Mrs. Roy G.. Ross;; ABC, from 2 to 3 p.,m., Mary Margaret McBride, "Salute to World Day of Prayer."; CBS, 5 to 5:15 p. .m.,-special program by Fisk University Choir; overseas broadcast, Voice of America and Radio Free Europe and Mrs. James D. Wyker, national president of. the Women. Council of Church Prairie Grove R"**--!Bdicvc H ·The Women's Society of Christian Service met Tuesday with Mrs, S. O. Patty for lunch at the Methodist parsonage. After lunch reports were made out. Society' officers attending were Mrs. Porter Pittman, Mrs. Knowles, Mrs. D. N. McCormick, Mrs. Will Mattison, Mrs. Walter Lark, Mrs. R. A. Barnes, Mrs. .1. A. Geiger, Mrs. Frank Garrett, Mrs. Eula Bell, Mrs. T. P. Harrison, Mrs. Nathan Brooks and Miss Kettle. Smith. Mrs. D. B. Catorlin of Tulsa, Okla., a former Prairie · Grove resident,"spent Tuesday.here visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carlisle and children spent Sunday at Muskogee, Okla, with Mr. Carlisle's brother and sister-in-law, M- and .Mrs. Bill Carlisle. Mrs. R. C. · Lane entertained Tuesday in honor of the seventh birthday of her son, James Roltan. Refreshments were served to 19 children. Lt. and Mrs. J.'R. Blakemore and' : son' have /returned to Okla : homa City, Okla., after visiting Lieutenant Blakemnre's parents, Mr. .and Mrs. J. H. Blakemore. Mr. Blakemore, -who has been a patient at the Elizabeth Hospital, was able to return home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hutchens and daughter, Joan, have returned to their : home at Hawley, Texas, after spending the past week with Mr. and Mrs: Joe Davis and Mrs. Hutchens. Alvin B e l l , son of Mrs. Eu|a Bell, has been transferred from Hugo, to Ardmore, - Okla., where he will be division manager of the Reynolds Tobacco Comi ^pany for Southeast Oklahoma. Galloway To Be Heard On National Program The Boston Avenue Methodist Cnurch in Tulsa will conduct the Columbia Broadcasting System. "Ch-jrch of the'Air" program Sunday morning from 9:30 to 10 o'clock. Dr. Paul'V. Galloway, formerly of Fayetteville, and now pastor 61 the Boston Avenue Church, will have charge of the presentation. Mothballs are said to keep tools from rusting. The mothballs absorb the moisture that produce the oxidation. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS Rate: 3 centi per. word tingle insertion Three consecutive, insertion!, 7 cents per word Minimum order 42c. Classified adi cash in advance--not taken over the telephone. Deadline for classified ads: 10:30 m daily; 9:30 a. m. Saturday Corrections ' and .rerun cheerfully made after first insertion. No corrections or rerun. mi.de after ad has expired . NOTE: Advertising copy for other pages is due at 12 noon the · day proceeding publication; 12 noon Saturday for publication on Monday HELP WANTED--MALE SALESMAN WANTED Experienced in selling furniture and rugs. Permanent position. 3ood opportunity ,for advancement for the right man. Apply in person. T. H. CHAFFIN Montgomery-Ward Y UNG man in xhop. Dixie Radio 428 Dlckson. DELIVERY boy. · Appir In person, Quaker Drug Store. YOUNG men wanted to fet ready to accept positions in drafting, accounting, electricity and dieiel engineering. We teach you at home In spare tims and help place you. American School. Write P. O. Box 320 Fayetteville. SALESMAN WANTED Experienced In selling auto accessories. Permanent position. Good opportunity for advancement for the right man. Apply in person. T. H. 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