Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1952 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 17, 1952
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MM1HWW MKANMS 1WM. , April 17. I*S1 \VHAT A JOB UP THAT WOW, MY BACK IS KILLING 'MB FROM I', AND I'M DEAD POOR PEAI?" HE'S HAVINS A TCRWBLt CWFAM- -I'LL WAKE OUT OF IT -THANK GOODMBSS AND AT THE TV STATION INCIDENTALLY, / VE/W? THERE'S AN AND DUDE OLD SAVING- AINTNO MO6ODV EVER \DCEFT1ON GETS OUT OF THEN.IT5A DEAL, DOT VIEW? VE5.ITS A DEAL; THWK GOODNESS WE'RE THIS BOY TONSILS MIGHT BE A SENSATION ONfcfV BACK IN BUSINESS AGAIN U5SNGER- MIM- wo KIDWMG/ THEY'LL TAKE J06T SO AUJCM AND THEN REBEL -- PBAMtAX SAfiGE, ! THINK WU'RE DCIVING THE /WEM TOO HARD LATELY On The Radio -. New YorM/I'l-TopIcs tonight: NBC--7, Father' Knows Best: 7:30, Mr. Keen; «. Dragnet; 8:30, Counter Spy; 9, Hit Parade.- CBS--7, FBI in Peace and War; 7:30, Playhouse; 8, Mr. C h a - meleon; 8:30, Stars-in Air; 9, Wax- v/orks. ABC--7, Marlenc Dietrich Drama; 7:30; Defense Attorney; 8, Amateur Show; 9:30, Dance'Music. MBS--7, M o d e r n Casanova; 7:30, Hardy Family; 8:05, Rod and Gun Club; I(:30, Reporters' Roundup; Nathan J'. Fcinsingcr. Prairie Grove The I.ions. Club met at Vinson's Cafe Tuesday night for a supper and program. The meeting was a discussion of the history of Prairie Grove, one of the oldest towns in Northwest Arkansas. Superintendent Ray Cornwcll discussed "The History of Prairie Grove," Post- mastcr Henry Carnnhan told of OUT OUR WAY the post office from the lime It "·;· located just hclow the Battlefield Park to the present, G. E. Wiswcll, editor o f . t h e Enterprise, gave an account of the newspaper from its beginning. The "Battlefield Park" is being Beautified and made ready for summer visitors. Mrs. Frank Riggall.'Mrs. Cecil [HiRgall and Mrs. Willard Brooks [ entertained the Federated Club on ' Wednesday afternoon ai the home THUKSDAT EVENING 0:00 Dinner Music . 6:15 Starlight Ttm« 6:30 Newi 6.(5 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 Jlod and Gun Club of the Air 8:30 Reporters Roundup !):00 News !):OS Hardy Family 9:35 Just Music 10:00 News 1U:15 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off FBIDAT MOKNINU 9:30 Rise 'n Shin* 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N 1 Shine 8:30 Marketi and weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine C:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 7:30 7:45 Koffee K u p Kapni Ots-co News Koffee Kup Kapers 8:0n Robert Hurleigh News--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Editi-« 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns fl:00 fi:25 !):30 Morning Melodies News Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen lor 3 Day 1 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report S i IT WA9 MAMDMA4. YvOU NSVM CLtAHiD UP Wit (UN CUAMMC *·«··» nw cwroi V UP TMI ATTIC. V row T«W MAN vou »»w POIH' ««.-,JX'TT- »^V *»LK iV, IIMPIH'? -^ MAW, HAW! Y 11U SM IT rr AIN'T LIKE 7 AIN'TI JMWCf VUMA TO LIT V.SRAHEO 'IM. A MM WLK BV. .U o i FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churchei 12:15 News'"! Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Sage '1:00 BASEBALL Js'ew York. Giants Vs. Brooklyn Dodgers 3:00 Swing Session :t:l!0 Tune Pick'n Time ·1:00 Tune Pick'n Time' 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 The Green Hornet 5:30 Wild Bill Hicko* 5:55 Cecil Brown YEH, FOOL 6M.I JONS/NO WONDER IS A BAD ItOMBKE... /THEY'LL PAY WANTED FOR CLAIM/ TEN GKMgD JUMPN',RO6Bl£KY. ^TO HAVE 'IM FKA,UO,A56MJLT... , CUTAWAY' A GUY LIKE \RIGHT, SO TURN HIM'S GOT NO) 'IM OVER TO MI BUSINESS J AN' I'LL TAKE 'IMTDJAILI 'AN' COLLECT TH' /TELL TOU WMAT...WE'LLV' rEZZIE .OHEKIFP.THAf REWARD FOR ALL TAKir 'IM IN AN'/ OH,WOLL.\VOU KNOW, WHEN WHAT WE DONE?\ SPLIT TH' KEWAKD/ A, THIRD OF\ IT TOTALS THREE OH, NO VCHJ DON'tVvHREE WAYS) U A LOAF ''·) 1OU9ON-.OF- ^X^ ' S BETVER'N I/ FREE Hog Feed Call 2661 C D Hatchery Hway 71 South By J. R. Williams \ ( VOL) AIW'T /iFOOLIM'WOBOD* / TH' POGS ARE ( A PEAD GIVEAWAY" 1 ·J V VOU MIGHT AS WELL YELL IT WIP TH' BAY WINDOWS AMP ALL, I DON'T WAMT TO GET VOU GUYS II-J BAP AT HOME, SO I'M SMILIM' AM' TALKIM' LOW--BUT IF YOU HOOPLUM POM'T QUIT THIS RO'WPY STUFF I'M (SOW TO GET TOUGH: ' B O R M THIRTY YEAES Believe /t or Not/ of Dr. Frank Rlggalt. Mrs. J. S. Ifarlan presided at a business session at whichyibout S20 was given /or ihe cancer fund. Mrs. W. E. N. Phillips, a member of the club, was elected slate president at the state mcc-ing held in Little Hock | last week. Reports of the meeting ! were given'by Mrs.../. S. Harlan, ' Mrs. J. C. Parks, Mrs. Donald Parks, and Mrs. C. Ji. Fonirriors*. Mrs. Phillips expressed her thanks fof the nomination and reported on the meeting. The hostesses served a dessert plalc. Neighbors of Mrs. Lcota HIM gave a surprise dinner in her honor Monday, at the home of Mrs. R u t h Hanna. Mrs. Hill was celebrating her 80th birthday. Guests were Mrs. Henry Carnahan, Mrs. George Wallace, Mrs. Joe Bland, Mrs. M i n n i e ' Nixon, Miss Fayc Nixon, Mrs. A. A. Noel- Icr. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Moore entertained at dinner on Easter. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Cu'rtsfng- cr, Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Curtslng- er and children, Mr. and Mrs. Bill [·lard, Mr. and Mrs. Glen'. Curtsinger and children, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Si'iook, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Curlsingcr, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Hutchinson and Mr. and Mrs. George Franks. The Rev. G. C. Bidwell returned Wednesday night from Fort Smith where he attended the spring meeting of Washburn Presbytery held in the Second Presbyterian Church. . : . · Easter vacation guests of Mrs! . Grace Hall were her son, Rex Hall, his wife and children of Magnolia, Ark., Mr. and .Mrs.- Lowell Sanders and children, of Springdalc, and Mr. and Mrs. William Gills o[ Maywood, Calif. . Mrs. Ruth Hanna has returned- from a visit with friends in Elkins. The American Legion's "Tirie_ of Toys" has sent more than JO million toys overseas. THC HORSES OF SUtTWi All of tllC Kcrtn Cameroons-Afrk-a WEAR SILK BLOWERS DM PARADE RQSEH . of the \ClMW \WiinS HAS BROKEN HIS NOSE PLAYING BASEBALL WflSTHE YOUNGEST SON OF 5 GENERATIONS W YOUNGEST SONS/ TfcN-PIN EGO Submitted by HK. HMtl P£«BOW Elver5on,Pa. PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK "Now, here's one that has that 'lived-in' look!" TOO FAT? Your own doctor will tell you that Wafcx it absolutely Safe for Reducing AND Clinical Evidence proves'Wafcx helps you lose weight without dieting or feeling hungry WE DONE PKARVEDyiru. BE READ TH" BRIDAL SUI7T *» FOR VAIN A rO'ME, AM'MAH / MINUTE,MAC- RftlW- NATCHERLV/, ^, 5W1 TH BUT- THIS IS OUR HOMICV- MOON.'.' A HUSBIN'S DOOTV IST'SAVE A DOLLAH, WHItNEVAH HE KIN/.'-- WHAR'S TH' OTHER COUPLE? PLEASK TMEETCH^. ICC! LL UOVE OUR KIDS.THEV'Rt REAL FRIENDLY. ,_--- Oo I COLLARS A DAI. SOCIARLF.. EG- BUT. IF VKR X PESH'LV WILUM'T'Bt SOCIABLE AN' SHARE IT WIT' ANUDDER CCXJPI.K IT'S OML-* RIGHT HIRE, PAL.'.' Ves, show the Wafex label lo your own doctor.- He will tell you it is absolutely safe for reducing--that, it is a Food Adjunct, not a drug. Wafcx, the discovery of a group ot New York physicians, is more thdii safe; it actually makes you lose weight without dieting or fttling hungry. And we mean, without dialing. HEBE IS THE PBOOF Wafex was lestrcl on a group of really overweight people under the supervision of several medical experts on obesity. Hils group was 'instructed by the rioclors not to go on any special diet, not to cut out any special food, not lo do nny. thing except chew or suck » Wafex Wafer before each meal, Ihen cat u n t i l satisfied. The results were astonishingly successful. Wright losses of fi to 3D Ibj. wore obtained without any ill offpcls nnd ali said Ihey never had a tingle hunjry moment. 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