Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 19, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 19, 1952
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W«dneiociy, Mcinii 17, 1?52 Marriages Marl Jacob B o w h a n ' a n d Mrs, Betty Lee Brunt; both of Pawhuska, Okla., were married March 15 by Chancellor Thomas F. Butt. Roy'Earl Wood/Springdale, and Mrs. Dorothy Barker, Newton, Iowa, were married March 15 by Chancellor Thomas F. Butt. Jack II. Fields, Springdale, and Miss Naomi Wisner, Angola, Ind., were married March 14 by the Hev. H. M. Lewis. Arlie William Langford and Mr*. Lena Henry Roberts, both o[ Kayctlevillr, were married March 12 by the Rev. J. P. .Mnwm. Beryl Moore and Miss Beulah Richardson, both of Prairie Grove, married March if by the Rev. G. C. Bidwell. Today's Market-- St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, 111. -lif)- (USDA)-Hogs 0,000: fairly active; weights steady to 25 higher;.sows steady lo mostly 25 higher; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs. 17.50-60; several lots mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2 100-195 Ibs. to shippers and butchers 15.65; 240-270 Ibs. full width of choice grade 16.50-17.35; 280-325 Ibs. 1B.OO-25; top 150-170 Ibs. 15.50-17.00; few to 17.25; 120130 Ibs. 13.J5-15.00; 100-110 Ibs, U.7S-33.00; sows up 400 Ibs '15.2510.00; heavier sows 13.50-15.00; stags 11.50-13.50; boars 9.50-11.50; few to 12.00.' C'Bttle 1,000; calves 250; moder r atcly iictive demand by shipper interesl.vfor steers; few loads and lots of good and choice steers steady at 2fl.00-34.00; other classes generally steady in slow trading; co-nmcrcia! to choice heifers, m i x e d yearlings 27.50-32.50; utility and commer.cial cows 21.5024.00; canners and cutlers 17.0021.00; utility and commercial bulls 23.00-26.50; cutter bulls 19.0022.00; good and choice vcalers 30.00-H8.00; limited number prime sorted vcalers 40.00; utility and conimercial vcalers largely 21.0028'00. Sheep SOO; nothing sold except few slaughter ewes at 12.0014.00; and one sizable ' lot cull ewes 9.00. I'VE BEEN MAKING DOUGHNUTS CO MX) THINK WE'LL EVER BE ABLE TO EAT ALL OF THEM? WAimvOU.SEE WHAT I'VE BEEN 0OING.ALL AFTEP?- NOON VJE WAVENTHAO DOUGHNUTS TOR A LONG TIME" I. THINK I'LL TAKE HOME A COUPLE OF DOZEN SKIN'S STILL 7 BETTER BRING THE PARENTS . LARWV? ^iV HURTS.,, HUBBY WANTS TO W St SOME WEI6MT- WIFE BUYS TREAT HE'U APPRECIATE... EAWMMT! By J. R~ Williams OUT OUR WAY WELL, LOOK AT 'EM--WITH SUCH MATERIAL I'M LUCKY IP I CAW GET 'EM EVEM UP IM TH' 1OLY SMOKE/ AIN'T YOU RUSH1N 1 TH' SEASOM, STAE.TIW YOUR SPEIWS TRAINIM' THIS EARLY? BEFOJE THE SEASON.- WHEW. IB THE DINING CAP OPEN? BOY, AM i STARVED! f THE OWNIRS WKE HEBE, I'M SURE THEY'D INVITE MS TO STM FO? . BUT SINCE THEY'RE HOr.-vvEll, IT WOULD BE RUDE GO AWAf HUHORV JR.WILL1AM ., 3-11 THE WORRY WART fidfare h or Not I .OHIOWESLEYANUNll'ERSiry 26 YEARS LATE BY WARREN KAHLE of DeKaib.lll. SOHOfTHCSTtlKHT WI10 BORROWED IT --*--TM-y 'Ot IM WAITING WIFE PUPIL WHO SPENT 77 VEARS IN THE SAME SCHOOL/ A HOLLOW STONE STATUE-JO FEETHKJH- BUILT, BV A HUSBAND AS A CASKET FOR HIS FAITHFUL WIFE SHCHADALW/S WATCHED FKOM THC MOUNTAIN mPFOR HIS RE1URH ENTERED BLOXlfeM SCHOOL, ENGLAND ASABOVOFI2 AND LEFT IT AT THE AGE OF 89 / OPTICAL IIUJ5IOH Drawn bv HE WAS SUCCESSIVELY A STUDEHT- TEACHER' nno A secRcraw OF ITS ALUniM KEEO'3 NICKELS WERE SOLIPSOLD...WORTH THIRTY- FIVE CL AM5 AN OUNCE, I'M TOLD. 1 REMEMBER TH' C'MON,V DOUGH WE HAD /1 THINK WHM6A.Y \ IN ROME? WE /WU'D HAVE WE GIVE IT ICOULDA EASILY FOUND NERO'S ANOTHER /BKOUSHTSOnEI MICKEL9 N'OT HOME.' A MUCH GOOD ,, IN 1952 ISN'T THERE · I tiNNO SOME WAY ' WE CAN MAKE DOUGH WITH ^ LUCK UP TH'^TIME- «TONO*V MACHINE?. DOOM SURE KNEW HIS ^MAYBE I'D KOCKET6, BUT WHEN HE'D I BE BETTER SPOT A LOOSE BUCK;HE'D OFF IF IWA5 TEAR YOUR ARM Off/ .at MORE LIKE THAT MY- k ^^^·=3,?^"^TM» SELF/ PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK .?-iT s/cvs/r BOTHCBeD ME, WHEN 1 Mf fifty COURTS* Hfft. IN A DIM i IGHT; IT o/otfr DETECTIVES WILL M».FOSWCK, MCAPUT MATTER.'.' KUT; me foospecr --THAT'S TH NEW ECONOMY H 1 ORPKAXT "Plcate, Madim, I've Kikcd you before not to weir that hit when you thop hercl" NORMALLY THESE 3 WOULD BE DEAD IHIIIS TOUNGSTERS who got big neadlinpi wnen' : they plunged (rum winduw'a to what normally would nave brtn a imuhlng death cavort u hale and hearty guests at banquet given ui their .honor by cmployea ot a Brooklyn. N. V , department atore. From left: Roberta Renny. 3,: who fell «ix sloriei and lisped that iht "felt like a bird"; Albert Mo Gee, 7. who dived out a fifth itory window yelling "G«ronuTio!";i Tommy Paiva, 3. who fell 14 stories onto soft earth. IIntemntiaxal' Steer's Owner Not There To Receive Prize Oklahoma City-W-Unfamiliar hands groomed Larry Lambert's prize winning fat Angus steer last night. The animal munched Contentedly in its stall, apparently unaware that the skillful hands brushing its coat were not the same ones that had brushed and qarcssed him for so long. He was led to the prize ring at the Oklahoma City Junior Lix-e- stock Show and all the hopes of a 16-year-old boy and the tears of his parents walked into that ring with him. Larry Lambert had died of Bright's disease in a Hardtner, Kan., hospital the night before. The animal won second place. Iwo Golfers'Killed By Plane In Florida Jacksonville, Fla.-(/P)-Twb women golfers were killed today by a Navy plane which crash-landed on Tirnuquana Golf Course. The identities were not immediately known. A. C. Wetler, who lives on Tim- uquana Road and was playing on the course, witnessed the accident. I T O -.^\ f \ t^ e engine was dead and he hadn't heard the plane coming iiu\.n. He said a caddy, standing about 10 yards from'the two women was unhurt. The plane . cut iown both golfers. More TV In Moscow Moscow-(/P)-Moscow's television receivers are increasing--at the rate of about 50,000 sets a year, Pravda indicated today. One Killed, Two Hurt In Illinois Crash ·j Morris, lll.-(/P)-The wife of a minister was killdd and her husband and another minister were injured yesterday when their automobile and a truck collided near Gardner. Killed in the crash on Route 66 was. Mrs. Mergery Rednour, 51, Calumet City, 111. The injured are the Rev. Austin G. Rednour, an official of the Illinois Baptist State Association,/ and The Rev. I. Huston Lanier, Hammond. Ind., pastor of the First Southern Baptist Church of Hammond. Van Fleet Sees Son In Korea Seoul-W)-Gen. James A. Van Fleet today got an unexpected present for'his 60th birthday The Eighth Army commander saw his nly son for the first time in 15 lonths. "You're'looking fine, Dad," ex- lainied the tall, handsome pilot. "You're looking great yourself, im," beamed the Infantry genii. · ' ' , 'I tried like the devil to bring im up with the doughboys," the general said. "I wanted him to be combat infantryman but Jim aid the Army is too slow for him. The youth of America loves the air." Boy Drowns In Pond Pine B l u f f , Ark.-lfl'l-A seven- 'ear-old -boy drowned yesterday in about nine loot of water when le attempted to retrieve a fishing pole from a pond near here. An outstanding flavor--Junge'i Roman Meal Bread. li-19-tl Easy To Sew And Wear 8625 2-6 yn. H)i S«? Burnett As cute as a button, and it simple to sew. An adorable ichoo or party, dress'for two-to:«ixer that features a trio of buttons on each shoulder and nt the waist line A delight for the beginner Pattern No'. 8625 ,is' a sew-rlt perforated pattern for sizes 2, 3, 4 5, 6 years. Size 3, IM yards o 30-Inch; V\ yard contrast, For this pattern, tend 30c 1 COINS, your name, addmi. ilte desired, and the PATTERN NUM BER to Sue Burnett, Northweit Arkanua, Time*, 1150 Ave. America!., New York It, rt. T. Unslc FASHION for '52 Ij filled with Ideas, to make your clothe* budget Ro further -- time-nvln and pconomlcil dMlins that ir e»»y to new. Gift pittera prlntM WtDNBBDAI IV1N1NJ 6:00 Dinner.Music 6:15 Stirlifht 71m* 6:30 No*i 6:45 Ozark Sportu Revltw 7:00 Wayne King.Show 7:15 Gabriel' Heatter--M 7:30 Rythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Out'of The Thunder 8:30 Family Theatre 9:00 M.G.M. Musical Theatre of the Air 9:30 M.G.M. Musical Theatre of ·the Air 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY HOIKING 5:30 Rile N'Shiiw .,5:50 R.F.D. 1450. 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapert 7:30 Otasco N«w§ 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurlcigh-M 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morninif Edition 6:45 Holsum Gospel. Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 8:S5 News--M 9:30 Take a Njmbf- 10:00 Food for Thought 10;15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hinds 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:53-Markets THttflDAT 12:00 Hymns of All Churches' 12:15 News at Noon · 12:30 Chuck .Wanon Jamboree 12:45' Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL · Game of the Day . 1:30 Tune Plck'n Time 4:00 Tune Plck'n Time 4:15 Tune Plck'n Time 4:M Tune Plck'n Tim* 8:00 Sit, Preston ol the Yukon 5:10 Sky King IM Cecil lrm

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