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April 10, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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-NORTHWUI MOMMAS THMB, Mmmm. fhunfey, April 10, 1*12 I HIS GiRL WHATS THE i( FlflEND DOESNT MATTER WITH YS LOvE HIM ALEXANDER?!' (ANYMORE w HOW SHE OMLY CONSIDERS ME AS C A COLLAR AMDTF.NJ CENTS' WOK'TH OP l SALT. NITPOGEN.IRON CALCIUM. HVCWOGEN' AND POTASSIUM LALWETTA USED TO THINK 1 WAS THE GREATEST GUV IN THE WORLD THEN VJE BOTH GOT IM THE SAME BlOCHEMlSTRV CLASS THIS TERM I WANT \OU TO DESCRIBE HIM IN DETAIL-TO JUNIOP TOR A SKETCH. YEAH-DWSON.'YOU WIN A POINT. THIS 'JftCENT" SOU DESCRIBE CCXJLD BE QUITE A'sey/ DO A THOROUGH JOB. KID, AND BRING IT TTD HEADQUARTER? A5 SOON AS "IRE THROUGH. MEANWMILE- OOSH.THATS BEAUTIFUL. "TONSILS! SING Fu|HERE G IT AGAIN. - »,· Egg Hunt Given By Young Mothers Club Ton members attended 'the meeting o( the Young Mother's Club held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Nettie Courtney. The mecling was opened with the devotional Riven by Mrs. Verna Mae Keener. Roll call was answered with "my favorite flower." Mrs. Mildred King received the mystery package, During the afternoon an Easter- K hunt was given /or the children. The next meeting will be at Ihc home of Mrs. Nellie Bivens. Bridge Entertains £ Law Wives Club Mrs. Robert Lcflar, Mrs. Ralph Barnhart and Mrs. E. J. Ball were hostesses to the Law Wives Club, Wednesday evening in the game room of the Student Union. Bridge was played with prizes going to Mrs. Bob Henry, Mrs. Jcp Evans and Mrs. Bill Putman. Announcements e Lincoln Revival Meetinc Evangelist A. L. Leake invites the public to attend revival services being conducted by him at the First Baptist Church in Lincoln. The meeting; will continue Ihrough this Sunday. Country Club Euiter-E(( Hunt An Easter-egg hi:nt for the pre- st-hool children of the Country I Club, will DC given Saturday a't MO p.m., at the club. No reservations are necessary. Personals Mr. and v Mrs. Ward'Rosen oi Beaumont, Texas, announce the birth of a daughter, Apri) 7. Mr Rosen is the son of Mr. and Mrs H. R. Jloscn of Fayetteville, ', Mr. :and Mrs. Vaulx Kisser am children, Jimmy and Charlotte left to return to their home in Lincoln. Neb., after viisting hen this week with Miss Julia Vaulx Rita Brewer and Nan Findt returned 1 Monday from Tulsa, Okla. where they attended a course sponsored by the John H. Bre'ck Company covering proper massage and corrective treatments of common hair and scalp disorders, Leslie Hickman, fireman, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hick- niFtn, and husband of the foriiier Miss Thelma M. Patterson, all of Farmington, is serving aboard the destroyer USS Stephen Potter, which has been ordered to duties in the Mediterranean area. Lt. Lawrence A. .Lewis, USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Lewis of Farmington, is-among those aboard the Navy Patrol Craft 848 and 874 that left New Orleans Monday for a two- week cruise, taking them · to Kingston, Jamaica. .Tamos C. Seals, hospital corpsman ; third class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie C. Scab of Springdalc, has received the Navy Unit Commendation for meritorious service in the treatment and hospitallzation of casualties of the Korean campaign r.t the U.S. Naval Hospital, Vokosuka, Japan. Dr. Stephen Stephan, Dr. Franz Adler of the department of sociology, Dr. Donald Stewart and Mrs. Leta Adler of the Institute of Washington Lodge One Washington Lodge One will meet tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock for work rih the Masters Degree. Refreshments will be served. By J. R. Williams KV - !'!£ MV OWN / 1 FIRST TRY TO BUTTER A CRACKER WITH A CHOP OF ICE COLO BLTrER.--rn-!AT PREPARES TH' CRACKER- THEM 1 JI CRACKER. TH' BUTTER.' OM TELEVISION, MAY I ? HE'S JUST A SACK POPCORN YOAI-I BUT ME GOT IT UN-POPPED/ OUT MfW.WMN MMONC f THiW III. (UK VUElPtOMS.lSMr MME -- I HIM TO TOWN N3S HOW DID k MO« I «IT f OHrV. J06E WON'T BE BACK FOR ttVERAL DAYS, AND I HAVE NO K6YS TO'THI TBUCK. I'M AFRAID YOU'U HAVI TO MAKE THE BEST OF MY HOSPITALITY wr DOW T AM QUI»TIO»tt v * r - THE WORRV wAirr vI i-,A7.rJ. ;:.T J ME. AREN'T YOU OOINB TO ASK UOW I GOT SHOT OR WHY I'M HANOCOFttO? A HUNDRED HERRMC \ ACTUftLLY ARE IU FISH MIX , ' ENOUSHHCBRMGreAPC fc OHO (ItNWLdrMeAIBAJIW HALL m«i*HDn somxtndad t*v R3« 102 YEARS W«5 A SALUTE Tb TAKING OF ENGLANP.' (I'LL PAV DOUBLE! CCNee/u. IXRKTKIH OF THE tuomiKH TO #HK£H/S ANHUAL CCSTUK IS IMMUNE To MALARIA/ ysr THCR HUSSKHOS e susccpr/Bi To THE DISEASE WHATCHA MEAN, HE'* IM A TAD FK? HK'6 GOT OUB MUi3GI-r;i, OUR OUN3 A.N' I'lCNO, AM' WITNCVURF.Vr.NGOT N ANY I.ICKO ...HOW'D YOU LIKE IO Bt Oil TIN DOWN THt'RE ON AU.THOT fiOLR WITH A COUPLE OF CNKAGBJ CAVEMEN WAIDN' FOR OII TO MAKE ONE WRONG MOVE? MO, NOT YET WE HAVF.NT, ^iur,^v.v^^,^ivii.-i UU3I ALUUKLl; ; MhLLtiL/UiN / A PAIR OF '^TuVii^^n^ \° FSAWGE5 y RESRET HE /SIX-SHOOIEUa NOTHING TO US! ,-\ ^JUMPED .AMCA^:TOUS· VOU'NME! PRIVATE'LIFE OF BUCK I KIM TTLL r RUT-THFSE 15 LEAVE DAT CRUMB, I THANK NC AW'HlTTH'ROAtJ ' 'I At ^ / MAJE6TV. KIN« O'TMK V BUT, AH VOOSE 1 ALREADY KIN BE MV _, HIV QuccN.r / (QUEEN.'? DOKM-TAMOLI 'HIM, KID.'.' ·S A FAST ] ,M WIT'A I VOUSE ARE A HOBO. LOOM DC CLOTHES VOUSE ARE WEAWKT- TH'Ot-'FISHUL VOKUM UOKJF.YMOON Cl-OTHCS- VER FACT. WILL . IjOOK LIKE MAMMMMf.' "Abovt thfovfh with Sdenc* and Technology will it- tend meeting! in Dallas of the Southwestern Sociological Society, Friday and Saturday, Mrs. Adler will give a paper on m rrlage and mental illness. Dr. Stephan ii president of the society. Obituary Prof. Kyle Engler, head of the department of agricultural engineering at the University College of Agriculture, and associate professor Xzin McNeal are on 'the program for the annual meeting of the southwest section of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers being held in Texarkana Friday and Saturday. Other members of the University who will he present are George W. Steingrucgge, R. H. Benedict, T. E. Hazen, and H. S. Stanton. Accidents Fatal To Two In Crawford County Little Rock-WY-The deaths of two Crawford County farmers Wednesday boosted Arkansas' violent fatality toll for the week, to five. Everett Goines, 55, a farmer, died in a Van Buren hospital from injuries suffered when the tractor he was driving overturned and pinned him beneath it Monday, foines and another man were attempting to free the tractor from a mudholc on a farm north of "Van Buren when it overturned. A. C. Mullins. 53, was shot to death accidentally near his home n the Dean's -Springs community of Crawford County. Mrs. Daisy Ocker, county coroner, said his icath was accidental. Deputy Sheriff Frank Ncal said Mullin's apparently slipped and fell on his 12-gauge shotgun. Communist Newsman Says He Visited General Dean Panmunjom, Korea-OT-A Communist newsman said today he .''sited Maj. Gen. William F. Dean in a North Korean prisoner of var camp two days ago and found I he former U.S. 24th Division i commander healthy and in good spirits. Alan Winnington, London Daily Worker, correspondent with he Communist forces in Korea, aid he talked with Dean for hree hours nt a prison camp at Pyongyang. He said Dean spent most of the time talking about his amily at Berkeley, Calif. Phone Exchange Workers Hi! By Rocks And Eggs Fairmont, W. Va. - (yP) - Fairmont's telephone service was shut down today after a barrage of ocks and eggs showered a group of besieged workers at the city's exchange. One supervisory em- ploye was cut on the head. The trouble grew out of a strike in Northenr.West Virginia that apparently, has little to do with the nationwide walkout of telephone workers. It was called Tuesday by a local of the CIO Communications Workers of America in a dispute over the firing of an operator at Morgantown, W. Va. Three Albanians Killed Ffome-(/t')-Three Albanians fleeing from their Communist-run country were killed in a skirmish with police on the Albanian- Yugoslav border. · the National Committee for Free Albania reported here todav. G**rf* W. CtnWri ·., · Rogers - (Special). Ceorge W, Calbert, 88, retired Roffert farmer, died Tuesday morninr in Rogers Memorial Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sarah Calbert; and one step-daughter, Mrs. L«la Stroop of Sherman Oaks, Calif.'" Funeral arrangements under the direction of Callison-Porter Funeral Home are incomplete. Cherry ll:iab»th Wahen Cherry Elizabeth Watson, four, daughter of Mr. a(W Mrs. Edmond P. Watwn of 125 West Lafayette, died this morning at 8:45'o'clock, in the City Hospital. Sh'e v/»s born" in Fayetteville January 22, 1948. She is survived by her parents; one sister, Janet, of the home; and her maternal grandmother, Mrsr G: W. Hayes, of Fayetteville. Funeral service will be conducted tomorrow at 3:30 p. in., in the Central Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Edward Brubaker, pastor of the C e n t r a l Prcsbyteriar* Church, and the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr., pastor of the Central Method-' 1st Church. Burial will be in the Evergreen cemetery. Births Mr. and Mm. William F. Hatfield Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hatfield of Fayetteville announce the birth of a daughter, April 9, at. the. County Hospital.. OPS Roises Ceilings · For Apple Processors · Washington-W)-The OffiO o' Price Stabilization has approved " higher ceilings for apple processors. That means, an OPS spokesman said, that retail prices* of canned and bottlcd^apple products will go up from one to five cents. Markets To Close New York-(/P)-Major securities and commodity futures exchanges throughout the nation will close tomorrow--Good Friday. Principal livestock markets will remain open. Ridnva.vs Leave Embis-r Tokyo -yP). Gen. Matthew B. Ridsway and his family moved today from the American Embassy in Tokyo to make room for the new U. S. ambassador. The new occupants of the Embassy has not been nominated. Today's Marker-- St. Louis Livestock National Stockvards, III. -(/pi(USDA)-Hogs 8,000, active, generally 25 to 40 higher than Wednesday's average; sows mostly 25 up; bulk choice 180-230 Ins."full width of grade 17.00-15; several loads mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2 190-220 Ibs. 17.20-2;-,; packer top 17.00: 240-270 IBS. 16.00-85; 280.150 Ibs. mostly choice Nos. " and 3 15.50-85; 150-170 Ibs. 152516.50;; 120-HO Ibs. 13.00-14.73100-110 Ibs. 11.50-12.SO: sows 400 Ibs. down 15.00-50; heavier sows 13.50-14.50; . s t a g s 11.50-1350' boars 10.00-12.00. Cattle 700. calves 500; active and steady to strong on steers, heifers and cows; bulls steady; vealers 1.00 lower and slow; 'few loads and small lots of good and choice steers ,10.00-33.00; individual head to 3-1.50; u t i l i t y and commercial hulls 21.50-24.50; fanners and cutters 17.00-21.00: u t i l i t y and commercial bulls 23.00-26.25; cutter bulls 10.00-22.00; limited, number high choice and prime vcalcrs 17.00-39.00; most good and choice 10.00-36,00;; utility and commercial vcalcrs 21.00-28.00 Sheep 200; not enough lambs to fully test prices; undertone strong on old crop lambs; few Ints good and choice mostly carrying considerable weight 27.75-28.50, including part deck 123-lb. lumhs at 28.00; few lots spring lambs 30.0034.00, including ten htad choice nnct prime ,14.00; slaughter ewe* steady, 12.00-14.00; culls 0.0011,00, Candidate For Justice Bciitonville - (Special) - Gilbert H. Ralston filed a loyalty pledge with the county clerk yesterday announcing that he is a candidate for justice of the peace from- Appleglen township (north of Maysville), On The Radio New York-yP)-Topici tonight: NSC--7 Father Knows Best;^ 7:30 : Mr. Keen; 8 Dragnet; 8:30 Counter Spy;, 9 Hit Parade; 9:35 Hollywood Music Box. CBS- 7 FBI In Peace and War;" 7:30 Playhouse Drama; -8 Mr. Chameleon; 8:30 Stars In Air; 9 Waxworks. ABC--7 M a r l e n e Dietrich drama; 7:30 District Attorney; 8' Amateur Show;.9:30 Dance Music. MBS~7 Modern Casanova; 7:30 Hardy Family; 8:30 Rod and Gun Club; 8:30 Reporters Roundup,' Newbold Morris. KGRH TBUKSDAT CVBNINQ 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlifht Tin* «:30 Mtwi 6:45 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne KinJ 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 Houndup 9:00 News 9:05 Hardy Family (^ 9:35 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Otf FRIDAY MOKNINQ 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD. 1450 6:00 Rise N 1 Shine 6:30 Markets and weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapen 7:30 Otatco News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapcrs 8:00 Robert Hurleigh News--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning EdiH'w 8:45 Holsum Gospel · Hymns 9:00 Morninf Mclodiei 9:25 News 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought . 10:15 Linda's First Lov* 10:30 Queen for a Day ' An outstandlni navotWunit* Roman M«il Bread. ll-ll-tf 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ m 11:45 Musical Houncrup w" 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Ctturchef 12:15 News "t Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Saga- 1:00 Dixieland Matine* 1:25 BASEBALL Chicago Cubf. . Vs. . 4:00 Tune Plck'n Timt 4:30 Tun* Plik'n TitM .1:00 The Green Hornet S:,V) Wild Bill Htckok S:55 Cecil Brew*

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