Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 1, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 1, 1952
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**·*¥, AMI. mi SiSS^***^'* MEtL NEVER MAKE A COOP SINGER, OUK. HE CANT REMEMBER THS AW, DUDE. WHV 1 TONSIL'S. CONCHA HAVE tM ABOUT L'IRWIN WRITE A NEW TUNH FOR 6, SINC WTTH TH/JT I "~?JNC TILL VOUVE ·'.. S;" ; orAW/ Baton RcugMa. AOEM ISTHEMOTHEROf 9CHIIMCN g IN HISTORV THA.T . APtt. FOOL'S OAV PROVED A BOON SENTENCED TO DEATH flTNANc/.FRMiCE IN 1634 -SWAM TO SAFETY ONXMtt 7^' BECAUSE GUARDS THOUGHT THE SHOUTS OF ALARM «S»£ JUST ANOTHER WIL FOOL'S JOKE! PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK "He'i from my insurance company. -.. just in cat* there or* my miitalcet made!" GOTTA KCtPMMMl flOTTA KWCH THAT WHEN MI TOES TORUS, HIS te« is STIFF W AND TUC RAIM EKCBliriiTiu/l MTO THE MIM IXCRUCIATIN3. WHATUIT8E? MENUS THERE CJNTH'WALL,' Today Y Market-- SI. Louis Llveilock National Stockyards, Ill.-(/P)- USDA-Hbgs 12,500; fairly active; barrows \and gilts steady to 15 higher than 1 Monday's average; sows steady to. 25 higher; bulk choice. 180-230 Ibs 16.05-17.00; latter paid freely, by shippers and butchers, mostly for choice Nos.'l and 2 190-220. Ibs; packers, lop 16.85; choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 240270 Ibs 'mostly 15.85-16.65; 280310 Ibs 15.50-75; 150-170 Ibs 15.00-16.50; 120-140 Ibs 12.7514.50; 100-110 Ibs 11.25-12.25; sows. 400 Ibs down 14.75-15.50; heavier sows 13.00-14.50; stags 11.50-13.50; boars. 9.50-12.00. Cattle '2,500, calves, 1,000; trading moderately active and fully steady on all classes; few loads rood and choice steers and mixed lutcher yearlings 32.00-33.75; util- ty and commercial cows 21.5024.00; individual head 25.00; canners and cutters 17.00-21.00; util- ty and commercial bulls 23.0026.00; v i r t u a l l y ' a t 'standstill on few weighty fat bulls; most ;ood and choice vealers 30.0018.00: sorted 'prime vealers 40.00 o.'all. interests;-utility and' com-, mercial vealers 20.00-28.00. . Sheep* 800; lambs active, mostly !5 higher than.. Monday; spots more; top at new peak since early February at 28.75, paid by packer or one shipment of'choice and rime desirable weight' wooled ambs;- other . choice and prime fferings, which mostly heavyweights 28.25-50; slaughter ewes teady, mostly 12.00-14.00; culls ,00-10.00. · from an infection of. the throat. Benny Baker has gone to California where he has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buckner and baby of Fayetteville spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs Toibert Malonc. There are about 75,000 people in Cork, Ireland? and its suburbs. Alice'sBeautyShop NOW OP TOWN IVi E. MT. ST. Pum. Latut Stylei Reasonable Pricsi Phont 620 or 2331 Evening! IN NOO IHiWKr AH ftIN 4*VIN'TMI« PITCHB* Or IT, FO - f 7 ^^-W3 7£4*o4aO. mJT,HOW-tT'SA*JIGHn*tAIH:'* Z. ·? jaoMArmea^wo O*IACE nora.-tsris^~ -- ·-' I'M tBJMNVr MY DOG CAN'T STAN IT HEREff THE COACHES IS TOO FIERCE PGM HIM,? MineralSpfings A meeting o( citizens of the community will be held Saturday night at the Community building to complete'plans for the Rural Improvement Program. A program of entertainment will follow the business meeting. « The- Home Demonstration Club will meet Friday at 1 p. m., in the Community Building. Mrs. Elizabeth Woolton will have the program which will be on'cancer and tuberculosis. Mrs. Woolson will conduct « Home Nursing Course in her home starting April 7. Time ot the mcct- ,ngs will be announced later. Everett Carl ^Buckner has received his discharge from the Navy and hai returned to hie home here. - · ; . - . . Mr. and Mri. Loyd Swongcr of Tulsa, spent the weekend with relatives here. ' Thomas Spencer hat returned to ils home in Inglawood, Calif., following « visit hero with Mr. ind Mrs. Charles May. ;· Mr, and Mrs. Charles Dlxon re- urned home from TuLa, Okla., undiy nlfht after vliUinf friends nd relatives there. I A series of forest fires caused considerable damam and loss of roperty 'In th* nmmunlty the past wnkmd. Mrs. J, C. Mac« H 111, rcsultlnf Treat the Whole Family To A Drive-In if Movie Tonight if , ANN BIYIH-MARK STEVENS Andy Panda b World N*wi Starts Wednesday 2 Days Only The limple Christian story . . . portrayed w i t h Reverence, Beauty and Great Power! CECIL B. DEAMLLC'S KING o* KINGS A Picture the Entire Family Should SM| 71 ^ Drivt-ln Theatre m \ OUT OUR WAY YBH. iUT 1OU AAAKE EVERVTMN , LOOK WWOBST 4iDi»eAiKiABrr PER Aye/ to sou ' ' ' \ BEFORE WRKOaiN' 1 HAVE T3 MAKE IT . "^ ~ LOOKLItCeiCU Four Killed In Fire At Hotel San Francisco ·Structure Bii/ns .San Francisco-OT-Flames roared through a four-story residential hdtel in one of San Francisco's older districts early today Four persons died. Upwards of a dozen, mostly old age pensioners, were injured. The desd: Mrs. .Mildred Sutherland, about 48; her son, Melyin Sutherland; nine; Mrs. Margaret Hambly, 70 and Mrs. Lena Schift, about 60. , Firemen answering the alarm found flames coming from the roof of the old building. Many residents, including a 10-month old baby, were carried down ladders. .Minutes after several were rescued, flames lashed through a room, the end of the ladder which 'was still in place. The blaze was under control in Benronville Antique 'Display Remains Open Bentonville - (Special) - Mayor Alvin . Seamster announced this morning a display of some 1,500 antiques will . remain o p e n throughout next Sunday. The collection is on display in the VFW hall above the 'Horseshoe Gate: The public is invited to attend and leave whatever contribution may be desired. .. '·; · All the contributions will be turned over to the Benton County Red Cross drive. ' * .'· T» Run Again . · Bentonville-(SpecIal)-Guy F. 3iggs/ the incumbent justice of he peace from Washington town- ihip (Lowell),.filed his loyalty ledge ' with County Clerk Mrs. h Wharton yesterday announcing, that he will leek the jost again. '· An outstanding flavor--Junie'i Roman Meal Bread. 11-ll-tf -but, you cUn't g* fookd if y*u attend a ga*d movie at a MALCO THEATRE! . (St« feature* below) WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS! LEIGH BRANDO f\T A D I / U/.AKIV · FEATURES: 1:30 - 4:00 - 1:30 - 1:00 "»awi RM! Shoti Tornada Anal UARK LAST TIMES "THE TREASURE OF LOST CANYON" Starts Wednesday · Doors Open 6:45 P^ ROMANCE AND SONG . . . MOM THE KIVIHA TO A MLM SPRINGS PARADISE SIR CEDRIC HARDWJCKE Plus! Tornado News Shots! NOW SHOWING A Monster and a GirJ Alone in a Savage Juno,le! PAIAU Shocking! "BRIDES GORILLA" STABBING IARBARA LON TOM PAYIOM * CHANEY * CONWAY PLUSl MUM- w (MM CartM.

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