Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 6, 1952 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 6, 1952
Page 18
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NOtTHW«T AIKANSA* IIMiS, foyMlivlllt, Arltamoi, Tnundvy, March 6, 1952 ITS VERV IMPORTANT J THAT VOU LEAPN ALL ' ABOUT THE WORLD YOU LIVE IN-SOME CW/ ,, ·CUll. WANT TO TCAVELJ l( WHAT IF 'KDU TOOK A A TRIP APOUND THE! 1 WOULD- HCWVAXIlOY KNOW WHERE VOU V/ECE, IF YOU DIDNT KNO// YOut? GEOGRAPHY? I o S SCENE.- BOOMING MOUSE IN AN OLD fWTOFTOWN-- NOT A BD HIDEOUT, BUT If? THAT STUPID SISTER OF MINE DOESN'T BRING ME SOME DOUGH AND CLEAN CLOTHES, ILL- -ILL CO BACK AND CLEAN qyT_TME_O!_p_MAN AND THE OLD LADY AND" HER," MEANWMILE- GET /IMSORRV NOUR OLD JOB / I HIT VOU, BACK WONT SOU. MODEL. MODEL? PLEASEi ~ 3AV VOU WILL? I FEEL 'ERRIBLE. WELL GO OUT TO HER HOUSE AND START FROM THERE. Butter Price Down After Hitting Peak By The AsuodaUd Press Fast-falling bultcr prices took the load news spotlight this week Since last Thursday, butler has dropped. cigln lo as much as 12 cents n pound in the big-volume retail stores of many cities, reflecting I he sharpest reduction years at the wholesale level. Declines were smaller in the Far West and in ihe South. Reductions w e r e attributed largely to consumer price resistance. Butter was at a four-year high in many sections at the peak last week, seling at around 97 cenls a pound in major chains and independents and well over $1 in other slores. Bui there also were other factors. High bulter prices attracted more f l u i d milk into butler channels and produclion increased. O u t p u t for the nation last week was up nine per cent from the previous week, although it still lagged behind Ihe ycar-ago level. The bigger production trend .should continue seasonally now with milk cutout rising. Also, movement of butter.into storage was virtually al a standstill, butler men said, because no body was inclined lo lay in stocks with prices at their peak. Few Other Changes over-supply conditions in a handful of markets. · . ·' Egg prices were a little firmer at wholesale as military buying increased and more eggs moved inlo storage, but retail prices were moslly steady. On the fresh produce, counters; lettuce, onions, carrots, slrawber- ries and tangerines were a little higher .while fresh corn, celery and radishes eased slightly on heavier supplies. MET SINGERS TO WED IN SUMMER Springdale J. A. Jackson, who is associated with the Lowell Fruit Company, is attending a frozen food convention being held in the Stevens Hotel in Chicago this week. The motion picture, "Mr. Texas," was shown nt the Caudle Avenue Baptist Church Monday night and the Washington School Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday night it wjs shown at the Friendship Baptist Church and at the Berry Street Baptist Church Wednesday night. The Women's Fellowship of the Church of the Na?.arcnc met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Claud Mills in charge of th business meeting. Mrs. Harvey Grccnlcc was Jn charge of the devotional. All members of the society brought d i f f e r e n t articles to put in a box that will be sent to a Nazarenc missionary hospital in India. Mrs. Hoy Gilbert presented lesson from the book, "And M a n y Believed." Larry Pi'.ls, son of Mr. and Mrs. W T. Pitts. Jr., underwent a tonsil cctpmy at the County Hospital ~ I c was returned to his Maple Drive Tuesday s reported to be improving. HAfPY ANTICIPATION is shown by Metropolitan Opera company sing-, ers Roberta Peters, 21, and Hobcrt Merrill. 32. in Her home in New/ York BS they announce they will wed in summer. llntornationall. WN'T IT BftlGMT AND "^ - HENRV ? Prices of other important foods showed little overs retail this week. A few modern tcly-sharp declines in beef cuts, p a r t i c u l a r l y roasts, were too The Springdale Business and Professional Women's Club met scattered to indicate a trend and) Monday night at the Lounge of _.i.. : , ...... . ! . . _ . . _ _ . . . _ . OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams COWBOYS DCN'T 6MJOV FAUCETS RUM OVER 1st I EVEP/OME OUT " foe A CHECK OF PASSES I it I CANT UMMEPSTTAMD IT/ OcAV, VOU CAM ALLGGT BACK ON WOW VOU WEBE ALL ON AT FIRST " »Tr~J.,., *., THEY SOT OUT OF IT WITH GUNS TO HUNT | /BET YDUS N OR HAW, HAW LEFT ME DOWU. I frMPLY CIBCLEP AROUND^ / LIFE 1 LEFT \ TH' viwKS BOYS IGOTINIIIEPIANS -~BeIieve /t or AW/ AND TOOK OFF / AN'LEFT'EM THERE , \THBWTHEReV AFOOT IN TH-0 ESERT ; "* ° ' ' W TH' DESERT... HFOOF? ) ^ · ITCH. ,YOU/,atom SENT ME.TW. OWWRSOfTlWT JOE, COOK THIS FELLA SLWPIN TO EAT. BACKWARDS ? (flnsuff Tbmortvui) 1 STILL PON'T V- 7 HLJSH-^ PEEL so GOOCJYOU'LL SPOIL PAISX WELL, -, HO\V DO \ 'OH FEEL NOW? WE'RE COINS TO WVT PART TMKT HAS MEN EMPTY FOR 302 YEARS / BUILT IN 1650 8V FENG-CHOU of Ftoutou.Chitvi FDR THE FIRST MEMBER OF HIS FftMILV : To FATHER QUINTUPLETS! PITCHING HORSESHOES SCORED S58 RINGERS IN 400 CONSECUTIVE THROWS Ogden Park.Chicago PRIVAlt LIFE OF BUCK VOUWOWT ^wg 1 LIVE ON"A COME BACK TO) DIET OF CORN JAME5TDWN J NO.THANKO WITH US" WELL. THERE YOU HAVE /MIGHT A3 WELL IV, DOCTOR N\ONMUG....( BRING 'IM WHAT DO YOU THINK? V HOME.' LOTS O' POLW5 THOUGHT AH WAS GONNA GIT MARRIED, LOTS O' TIMES -Bur AM-ctai SENDTH' SUIT BACt{, OR SO'LU BETH' LAWN' STOCK O' TH'HILLS- WONT HE, MAMMV? NO,HEV.OMT,SON UNCLE FU1TJRE Kl FORESEE TM' FUTURE. IT HAINJ V MUCH OFA TALENT IS GITTINJ MARRIED- NO DOUBT BOUr THETJ WHV.'. r -BETTEP? GIT INTO ACOLD SHOWER. THIS IS GONNA BE 0"..».'- SMOCKIN'.?' BUT ME SHORE %'iTsr- "If you're Hill umfecidcd, young man, tike out the liccnx, .nyw.y You can tlwty* chtngt your mind between now and the wedding) Mary Scllars presided over the ousiness meeting. Miss Laura Lowe was named chairman of a nominating committee which wiil report at the next meeting. Installation of officei-s will be held in April. The next meeting will be held March 17 with the Radio, Television and News Service Committee in charge. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served. The Council of Ozark Artists and Craftsmen of Springdale were guests of the Artist of Hunlsvill Monday night at 7:30. Artists of the council displayed their paintings during the meeting. The Women's Fellowship of Ihe First Christian Church met Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the church for their missionary meeting. Mrs. S. E. Williams was in charge of the business meeting and Mrs. O. O. Green was in charge of the program. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardister and son Eddie of Theodore Drive Tuesday evening were Mrs. Hardister's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Hart, and daughter, Lillian, of Bentonville. The Women's Society of Christian Service and the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Meth- odisl Church began spring study Tuesday. The meeting began with a cooperative luncheon held at the noon hour in the dining room of the church. Mrs. Earl Brown of Fayctteville and Mrs. H. M. Lewis of Springdale presented the first program from '"The Book of Acts." Mrs. Lynn Smith presented the special music. The Bluff Cemetery Association held its March meeting Monday afternoon at 3:30 in the public library building. Mrs. L. M. Riggs had charge of the meeting. The I,ac"ies Aid Society of the Salem Lutheran Church met Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. E. Martin on West Tops In Half-Size Styles By Sue Burnett If your figure is slightly shorter than average, you're sure to be pleased with llu's well mannered classic designed in half sizes lo save you lime and effort in altering your pattern. Pattern No. 8786 is a scw-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 14 1-2, l(i 1-2, 18 1-2, 20 1-2, 22 1-2, 24 1-2. Size 1(1 1-2, short sleeves, 4U yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, siae desired, nnd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1156 Ave. Amcr- lens, New York 19. N. V 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. G i f t pattern printed Inside. 25 cents. 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c (rider Bros, Nursery GREENLAND, AUK. Emma Avenue, At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. The Altar Society of the Saint Raphael's Catholic Mission met Monday night at the home of Miss Genevieve Sanders. There were ] 4 members present and two guests, Mrs. D. K. Knapp of Davenport, Iowa, and Mrs. Frances Gilfoy. Plans were made to sponsor a benefit card party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Highfill on Made Drive on St. Patrick's Day, The proceeds will be used for the parish. A f t e r the business meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. Jerrel D. Mills, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mills, spent a 30-day leave visiting his parents of Springdale recently..He is an aviation electronics petty officer serving aboard PBM Mariners operating from a United State* Navy base in the Bermudas. . Not white, not wheat, not rye, but a flavor blend of all three-Junge's Roman Meal Bread. n-i9-tf AdvertiM !· tto TOCCS--It n*r» 14 SO C' / \ « t tui I / \ EVENING 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:15 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASKETBALL State Tournament Fayetieville Vs. - f \ Texarkana 9:35 Just Music 10:00 News 1U:15 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off FRIDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk_ Time 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapers 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Kotfee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh News--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 BASKETBALL State Tournament 10:30 Food for Thought 10:45 Linda's First Love 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:3*0 Church of Christ ,,,., 11:45 Musical Roundup '?·" 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News «t Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders ot Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News--M 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladies Fair 2:25 New:. 2:30 Bob Poole 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Tims 4:00 Tune Pick'n Tim* 4:30 Tune Pick'n Tims 5:00 The Green Hornet 5:30 Wild Bill Hlckok 5:55 Cecil Brown MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL T

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