Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 3, 1952 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 3, 1952
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Springdale fie. Jamc« Norman Crowd* has sailed for Europe aboard th On. ft. M. Blalchiprd /or dul with the 28th'General HonpiU lie Is one of three men in th unit in charge of froiip informa tlon and education. Privat Crowdcr Is the son of Mr. an Mrs. Marion Crowdor of Spring dale, former residents of Kay (ittovllle. His wife, the forme Huth Marie Simonds of Spring dale, w i l l reside in Sprlngdal his absence. He is » grad uate of Faycttevillc High Schoo ·nd flic University and durin. he past two years was a membe )f the . Gravette High Schoo ',-icult.v. He was inducted into the A r m y in May, 1951, and received Mr. and Mrs Claude Bust- and n, Michuul, of Backus Avenue the weekend with Mr. and 1rs. .John A. Rust and family a! ould. Mrs. Rust's parents dr. and Mrs. E. J. Dobrinski of iprin(,'d:ilc. B*v. I. J. Kerrlck. Ht will b'rin ·pedal message: leading up Easter. A visitation program \ be conducted by members of th church, and Sunday, April t, wi be Decision Day. A week of spc cial preaching services will en with Easter Sunday. Mrs. George Helton of Republic Mo., visited her daughter, Mr Ellis Stafford and family and he mother, Mrs. Hcttie Cloer, her last week. She returned horn Sunday. Sgt. and Mrs. George Wright formerly of Springdale, are resid ng at 812 39th Street in For Smith. Mrs. Wright is the/orme Hiss Lucille Fields of Spring-dale Sergeant Wright has been signed to Headquarters Battery division artillery, at Camp Chaf ec. The new cadreman of the i f t h Armored Division rcccnt- y returned from service in the East command. Mrs. E. D. Thigpen of Spring- lale attended the Fuyetteville dis- rict conference of the Methodist Vomen's Society of Christian ervice at Bcrryville. Wednesday! T/Sgt. C. W. West of the First /Tarine Air Wing has notified his arenls, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil West p Springdale, that he has arrived afely in Korea. The Women's Society of Chrisan' Service and the Wcslcyan uild of the JVIethodist Church ict Tuesday for the last session ' their spring study. A cobpcra- ve luncheon was served.' Mrs. harles Byers reviewed "The pbstle" by Scholen Ascli. St. Raphael's Altar Society met in the home of been anm unced by the pastor, the, M TM! R- E- Hodges on South Shiloh By J. R. Williqmt ^/THERE'S MO KIUS OUT~ % THERE-HE'S JUST TRY- IMG TO GET OUT OF SWEEPING THE CEL- \' LAR BY HUM1LIATIW3 ] ^V US' WITH THE 60RS.' lu-- NUW Llhl THE OTHER FOOM WfcAM LIKE THAT WWATDOSQU IMEAN, A CROONERS AGENT? I (REMEMBER DOWSON HE USEDTO BE IN OKAY.' TWATS ENOUGH.' E ON. TONSIL RE BEATING A OUV NAMED OVrVSON THAT RUNS "CLUB BLUE" GOT SHOT BV A CROONER'S AGENT. THE CHIEF W.NTS US TO INVESTIGATE./; t r a i n i n g at Fort Sam Houston md Han Antonio, Texas. Miss L i l l i a n Hart returned Monay night from New Orleans, 'here she had been with the cnior class of Bentonvillc. Leon Luker of Sprin^dale was lectcd president of the reccntly- "rfovinj; Rebels of nrthwest Arkansas." Member- ip in the club is open to all nors of motorcycles in North- Arkansas. Members from Silonm Springs. Kayettevillc and attended a field meet in Kurt Smith last month and held a .sec:ond meeting Sunday in Fay- cllevillc. FREE '/MENDING The pro-Easter program for the local First Christian Church has OUT OUR WAY NO, WOT HOMEWORK-HOUSEWORK.' I GOTTA DO MY HOUSEWORK FIRST. SO DON'T WAIT ON ME.' LOWLY ITAU COMES BACK TO HIM-HIS FIGHT WITH THE HAWKS BOYS/ BtlNS HANDCUFFED/WOUNDEPi WHV MOTHER.?. GET'GRAY -.,,,. 5TUMBUNS A1.0N6 A WAGON TRAIL, BUT HOW'D I GET HERE? »**--iBelieve R or Not! I NKD VDUA HCM) IN mv BUSINESS Oft NISHT. A ROSE-COLORED *L»MP LIGHTS A BEDROOM CLUTTERED WITH OLD-FASHIONED FURNITURE. STARTLED, HE 51T5 UP, AND A RftM STABS HIS LEG. ANP I HOPE I NEVER HEAR OUR VOICE j-'IOKAVJ AGAIN? VEK' WELL. IF THAT'S THE WAY YOU PEEL, GOODBVE. DONALD DUCK./ rUnMSSMEPSVAIMTwlMHTlMM THE TOMB Of HERON -ivm«mt«n.»oi v ORDERED DEMOLISHED BV HANNIBAL TO PROVIDE MATERIAL FOR BREASTWORKS-WAS HIT BV LIQHTNINGIN 10»BC HAS STOOD OW«WH fOf 3Ht YSVK SOOrH AmERKAN TREE FROG (K CARRIES ITS EGOS M A POUCH OH ITS BACK of Tichmarsh. England MEMORIZED THE ENTIRE BIBLE/ r KM i- 10 *«JWn-1 COLOR MUST Mewsi YEP/ rr'9 HEAVIER'N GOLD /GRA,VEL...aiNKS TO TH'BOTTOM WHILE TH' TRASH SLOPS OUT OVER TWKIM TINYSPECK! SHUCKS. I /£* THOUGH T I TIMES, BUrV.EE.S A. GOLD CAMEV MOSTLY IN CHUNKS! f IT5.JIOT/ 01 OW \ DLJ5T,' /BLBINE35 V ^ IF YOU // ( AC-K ME! (n - c-^ i · · -.« tf ^ \.- i w i itnr-vi |i) i lac ( nii? ;3t.tAjr1tM A 6HOWGOOD:) HECK'S Tllie-yGRAVEL AKOUNP IW WLOK! ./ ALL ABOUT ?/IN OUR FKYIN' PAN! PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK THIS IS TW P MAPPIESr MOMEWT O' M»H UFE.'/ -AH KIN AUREADV EEC VO' IS GONNA BE A THOUGHTFUL MUSBIN.'.' A MHtACLC IS BOUND I SAVE ME --AFDRE WE GIT5 ONTO TH' - OW off- \-\{ - NIC5HTTPAIN.'.' AH KIN I ,V OEST FEEL ONE ZCX3MIN' ' - - ^ ALONG.'/ "H*yl Com* bock hwtl" Teachers To Get Close Look At Various Fayelteville Businesses Teachers in the Fayctteville schools will get a close look a local business firms April 23. Tha is the date of "Business-Education Day," being sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and schoo officials. About 97 teachers and schoo! administrators and 23 businesses will take part in the special clay Its purpose is to build better business-teacher relationships and in- rrease teachers' understanding of .he American economic system. The teachers will represent Fay- ctteville public schools, University Itreet. Refreshments were served. The Christian Women's Fellow- hip held their April missionary tudy Tuesday afternoon .at the Church. Mrs. S. E. Williams con- ucted the business meeting. Mrs. 3. O. Green led the program, and ·Irs. Claude Kelley brought the evotional. Mrs. J. R. Loftis of Pocahantas s visiting her son-in-law and aughter, Mr. and Mrs. Courtney rouch, and sons Corky and Mike, ittle Mike is confined to his home ith an attack of rheumatic/fever nd Mrs. Loftis will assist in car- ,g for him. ·"Everyday Costumes Our Mis- onarics Ncqd" was the topic of c program given Tuesday after- oon at a meeting of the WFMS the Nazarerie Church, Mrs. Roy ilbert and Mrs. George Coffman presented missionaries from five atin American countries and told of their work. *· M/Sgt. John Franklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Franklin of, near Springdale, has arrived in Okinawa; where he js stationed His family will probably join him in a few months. Training S c h o o l , St. Joseph's Catholic School, and Fayettcville Business College. Each teacher'*ilL spend the day at one of the businesses. The teachers win tour the business firms d u r i n g the morning and will take part in discsusions with executives in the afternoon. Com" pany policies and practices w;ll be taken up in the discussions. The observance is patterned after similar events held in other, cities. The Chamber of Commerce's American Opportunity Committee, headed by W. J. Heinrichs, has charge of making plans. The occasion will be welcomed by the students--they get a holiday. April 23. .- 4 Little Rock'Banks Said 'o Be Practicing Law Little Rock - (/P) - Two Little iock banks ore accused of prac- icing law illegally. The Arkansas Bar. Association yesterday asked Pulaski Chancery Court to enjoin' the banks--Union National and Commercial National--from performing directly or Indirectly any, legal service. · The complaint specifically asked that the banks .be prohibited from appearing through employes- in»Pulaski Probate Court or other courts "for the purpose of prosecuting probate proceedings or for the appointment of themselves as"* executor, administrator or guardian of the estates of other per- Thc Rev. Stanley Jordan, pastor of the First Baptist Church, was guest speaker at the Fayettcville Kiwanis Club Tuesday. On The Radio N c w Y o r k - (If) - Presidential candidates tonight: MBS--8:30 Reporters' Roundup, Sen. Kstcs Kcfauver . . . CBS-9:30, Presidential Profiles, Sen. Robert- A. Taft. *Topics tonight: . NBC--7, Father Knows Best; 7:30, Mr. Keen; 8, Dragnet; 8:30, Counter Spy; 9, Hit Parade. CBS--7, FBI in Peace and War; 7:30, James Hilton Playhouse; 8, Mr. Chameleon; 8:30, Stars in the Air; !), Screen Guild. ABC--7, Kathie Morris; 7:30, Hardy Family; 8:05, Rod and Gun Club. KQRH THURSDAY EVENING 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tm» 6:30 Newi 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 Bill Henry 8:05 Rod and Gun Club of the Air 8:30 Reporters Roundup 9:00 News 9:05 Hardy Family 9:35 Just Musi': 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Tarty 11:30 Sign Oft FRIDAY MORN1NU 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 Ota; co News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers No other drink 8:00 Robert llurleigh News--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8::in Times Morning Kditi'in 8:45 llolsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News 9:30 Take a Nllmhpr 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 :25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report FBIDAY AFTEUNOON Hymns of All Churches News ^t Noon Chuck Wagon Jamboree Riders of Purple Sage Dixieland Matinee News -4- BASEBALL Browns Vs. White Sox Tun.. Plck'n Tutu- The Green Hornet Wild nil! Illckok Cecil Drown Dr Pepper ANWSTARTAJ 10, J AND 4 O'CLOCK! H e r e ' s a d e l i - cious s p a r k l i n g drink, different rom any you've asled, t h a t LIFTS your energy within 2 to 8 minutes. .-. gives yon new LIFE fast. Picks you up when you're low. Nothing like it-- everyone loves it. Keep a carton or a case at h a n d , for a real "lift for life." At soda, fountains, too! __ Look for handy gr««n OIK! whrtt carry-horn* carton

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