Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 3, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 3, 1952
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1 THEN NCU WOtfT TI SAID TEUL ME WHERE GET VOUR BROTHER IS? V OUT.' MODEUNOJ KNOW I LOVE MX). AND SOU LOVE MEf. «oS(T VOU HELP US CATCH VOURBOOTWER? DO VOU THIWk MV DAUGHTERS A STOOL PICKJN? WANT ME TO SOCK 'IM, MODEL? Last week I ,iost another Stout family. Elmer and lib folks have moved near Harris, not. fnr from Elkins. The family from Texas that nought him out was named Wood, and nut Davis as errcneoi-'sly reported in this column a couple of .vecks ago'. I have met Mr.. Wood and he Eoerns like n very fine ijentlcman. . t I think H u n t Lane is rougher than I liavs ever seen '.I. I thought surely the graders would be out thore last v/cek, hut ihy failed to shov, up. There Is an awful lot of tr.-iflic on that short strulch, too: BUTTBH AND Mil WHEN THE ~ THATS EVEEVTMIWG OWTIIE LIST.. WOW WHAT THE HECK DID I WANT?/ R.F.D. Seven By JACK CARLISLE T- DOKl ' r LIKE STRANS5R5 SNOOPIN' AROUNP BUT I WASN'T SHOOPINS.V TALKATIVE, I WAS ONLY-- A AIN'T VOU? TIE 'I/A U?, JOE. OH, BOX? MAPLE SUSAR MAPLE syRUP...yuM/ Tl DON'T LIKE T 1 DISAPPOINT you, BUT you ONT- GET PHOO1E. 1 l'«A DOING IT EXACTL LIKT THE 6OOIC I'M_SOUNO T' A1APL6 SA OKAV.' GIVE A\E VOUR , REASONS WHY I WON'T J GET MAPLE SVRLIP.' ..IT'S AN '-N OA.K TREE?) teCAUSE OF CIBCUM9TANCE6 ARIBMS FROM OOre REFUSAL TO ACT AS A. TIME-! GUIDE FOR OR.HOLLI6,THE ETHNOLOGIST UPAN'GO BACK TO f BRIfiHT/LEBBE WASHINGTON I SMART AN 1 DO THI6RIGHT7 I DONT THINK HOLLI5 13 BEING QUITE FAIR, . BUT NEITHER 15 OOf NVHO'S RUN OFF I TO THERE; fAS A GUIDE POR \BUT,FOOZY! I HIM, OOPS REFUBED) MY STAR6, I TO BE, BUT DON'T/TIME-TRAVEL I FORGET, YOUVE /IS DANGEROUS! 1 STILL GOT ME! I IT TAKES 'EXPERIENCE: BUT,OOC,MYGO3H,WE GOT NO CHOICE! HE'S HOLLERED ·FAKE" A-TOPPA HIS VOICE, · HE'6 GOTTA BE SHOWED AN' OOP IS OUT, SO I'M THE \ ONE TO TAKE TH' I.OUT.' THAT'S THE MOME AT AU.Ir-rCX A FEW CENTS, AKN I1MJPER CAN NOW SMCU. RICH AND SOTHEV HAVE AS MUCH R»J AS Wt ESPKCIAUUV WITH OUR GIRLS. 1 WE'RE MAKING rOA OUT OF TABOODI.E -BUT-*«».'- AM'LU STOP A'MAKIM TA BOODLE.'.' -AH IS SORPW IT HAIN'T BIN A 4UCC169.'. root.'.'- IT'S BEEN TOO / MINE OUST LEFT ME. FORA VOUKX3 MCMMMMIR.' HI«H ICNOOL ·mrr ANP-ASIII A6NCR GOK HOME- SCMCIVHme INTHtHIU.S,HltUNCt.t FUTURE mKKUP IN A COLD SWIAT. 1 ! IT OtST COMS T MS.'.'- ' , THAR'? (3ONNA BE A WCBMN* ] IN TH'VtfW NCAM FUrUBt-, OR MAH NAME HAIN'T ,. FUTURE VOWUM.'.'"., The graders are in that neighborhood and rnayb*' they'll fc«t on it this \veek. · Albert Pihson waited -at the mail box for me every 'day' last \;, but those baby chicks he had ordered never did show up. In fact,, I haven't had any chickens for anyone all year. · ' \V. A. Thompson and his son-in- law, frank Skcllon, of Arnctt, were cringing in a truckload' of hogs to the market Saturday. Hog's are pretty cheap now, compared to cattle, but Frank says that hogs ere" like broilers; when they are ready for market, they have to go, regardless of price. Nearly evc-ry Saturday I meet quit*; a few farmers who are bringing in truckloads o f . j u n k to sell. Nowadays, the junkyards are buying practically anything made of metal; even old fencing that is no longer serviceable brings a good price. And it is worth a lot to a farm to have that' s t u f f out of the way. LiHic Kathy Children ;-nd her lHJr brother, Mike, wore standing ou'. in the yard when I stopped at Ihei; box last Tue»day. When I spoke. Kathy said: "Did you know that 1 an four years old today?" She snid that her mother had baked he; a cake that they were going to cal later. Mike said that it had a goose LIVED 25 YEARS AND LAID EGGS REGULARLY , FOR 23 YEARS 6t. Nicholas Yar mouth, England E.G.MOLT Gre;rti/i1le,Tcn'i. of Cal£ut, India SACRIFICED THE USE OF HIS OOOOLEPTLE6 FOR 72 YEARS Tb COLLECT A. PENSION OF CAROL FAVE \\ of White Beat-Lake '\\ Minn. THE 3'J 1 DAUGHTER OF A 3'J DAUGHTER WAS BORN CN TP.E SPEC/PIED mitr MWHAM HVSTSe PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK Men a lonf time sine; hi- fourth birthday/ He wasn't exactly sure Juit how old,he it, but thinks it is abou: five. i thin* there were several days bet week that would/ have been ideal fur fishing; but 1 didn't see a tingle fisherman. Last Saturday, I set some sort of record; I picked up only one lettei that wasn't stamped. Al- U uuah patrons are supposed, to stump their own. letters, there are always a few that "like to see you Jig the pennies out of the box and wouldn't use a stamp, if they had one. I even heard of one lady that tried to trade her mall carrier a .hree-cent stamp for three pennies--so she could mail -a lijtter. Arid the worst part about the folks who leave money instead of stamps is that you often find phoney or mutilated coins. Of course, we usually notice it, but as I can always work them off on the blind · musicians who patrol the square, I doi ", ever say anythirfg. Joe Pearman has bought a place out there on the Ed Edward's Road. It has 4C acres and an old log h^use on it that Joe says he' is gtf- irp. to fix up. Last Wednesday as I camo by. Joe and his buddy, Homer Brown, wore, out there with axes and grubbing hoes, dearing out th undergrowth thM has accumulated since the place has bpcn acsnt. Mr. Pearman told me he is very thankful to the good neighbor., who saved his house from the woods fire they had several days ago. It buVned- pretty close, but was put out before quite reaching the house. That was a fine batch of hickory nuts ihai I finally hinted Mrs. Glenn Reed out of. They arc mostly scaiy barks, which I, personally, wouldn't give to any loafer who was too lazy to pick them up himself. Thanks anyway, Mrs. Heed. If yo have any old bicycles, tricycles,- kiddie cars, or anything Hie that cluttering up your attic, I know a family wiilh several boys (of all axes up to 13) tha 1 . 1 would like to tfive them to. They just ic n'l. seem to have any toys at all, and I am sure that their folks can't afford to buy any. So they have to play with rocks, tin cans, oil horse collars, etc. I can't imagine what their reaction would be if someday I would stop and unload something that really had wheel., on it. Does your mail box have that tired, worn-out look? Is it afflicted with t h a t ailment known aB "mailbox sag?" I have a lev; boxes that sort of lean away from the road, and it is pretty hard to get the car close enough so they can be reached. While the ground is nice and soft, it would be a" good time to sort of straighten them up and put a rock behind the post so they wovld "stay rut." Brannan Opposes Higher Supports For Cotton Washington - (/P) - Secretary of Agriculture Brannan opposes raising government price supports on the 1952 cotton crop above ''ie current 90 per cent of. parity. That's about 31 colits a pound. He said corn, wheat and other major crops are under 90 per r.;nt support and that, if cotton supports are lifted, the same demand would be made on.other major crops, "as well as some classes of livestock." Parity is a coi,.put- ing price based on what the farmer pays ' for his purchases. It is designed to give a farm product the s a m e ' relative purchasing power it had in a past base period. Russell Assures Work In Senate "Comes First' Washinglon-yP)-Senalor Russell of Georgia, a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, says he has been verbally vaccinated against "preoider.titis" and won't let it hurt his senatorial work. "When I first came here, a wise old senator took me aside and told me that more good senators had been ruined by 'presidentitis' than any other, cause," he said. "I decided then my main efforts would be in the Senate and- that still holds." 26 Lives Lost In Luzon Outbreaks Manila-(/P)-Huk vtotaMB claimed 26'lives in Ccntnl Luzon last week Twenty members of a Huk band and Jour soldiers died in a. battl* between 2,000 Philippines and 150 Huks in Pampanga Province. Two. Huks were killed- and several civilians were wounded in another clash in Pampanga. Used by thousands In reducing diets--Junge's Roman Weal bread. 11-19-tf "I'm warning you, Buck, just in case you're getting ready to make any cracks about who he resembles!" . M3NDA1 NIGHT 6:00 Dinner Music « 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review. 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Crime Fighters 8:30 War Front--Home Front 9:00 News 9:05 Crime Does Not Pay 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 Markets and .Weather (1:35 Rise N' Shine 7:01) Koffee Kup Kapera 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koflee Kuy Kapera 8:00 Bob Hurleigh 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 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 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladies Fair 2:25 News 2:30 Bob Poole 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 Sgt. Preston 5:30 Sky King 5:55 Cecil Brown MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Rotterdam, Holland, like much of the rest oi the country, is at or below sea . level, protected by dikes. 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c (rider Bros. Nursery GREENLAND. ARK. WALT BEACH ! Ouoranlcad Watch R«JMlrinfl | WitK Brtwcfi CltiiMn ! IS I. c«ittr tlrMt ! ,r*TCTTCVIt.LI, ARK. PIMM 11M ; em D«y 1 l«rvk« ; Deliverance and Healing God Sends the Chaneys to CALVARY TABERNACLE 1130 S. HILL STREET ' * Services 10:30 a. m. Daily Except Saturday Teaching 7:15 p. m. Nightly Evangelistic Service 8 p. m. Each Evening Special Service 2:30 Each Sunday Afternoon TUNE IN KBRS 1 p. m. Each Sunday "D.,1, Chan., 1340 On Your Dial --Thelm. Nkk.l Ch« n .y SUFFERING FRIENDS COME. THE BLIND SEE, THE LAME WALK, ALL DISEASES GO BY THE POWER OF GOD. SEE GOD ANSWER PRAYER BEFORE YOUR EYES. ALL PEOPLE AND ALL CHURCHES WELCOME! HIV. MM I. MTM, NtMr

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