Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1952 · Page 10
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April 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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jj.,'1 21, Chandler had showed me whit soon «s he gets ou BLONDIB, WILL WUSITON THIS CHAIP SO 1 CAN STAND UP ON THE BACK IT ? good posts they were and how long of that hospital he is comin straight home. It was nothing sen ous, though, and he bought 200 of them, I never pass By JACK CARLISLE up any good merchandise. Lacy Green has moved to th It was another slick day of driv- Dickenson place in the M Salem ing on the 'route today. Seems we Mrs. Cunn'ngham community. I had some maf. fo are having lots of wet weekends told me that it was just as chilly him that I had to .hold for two o three days becauj* I didn't knov where he had landed . . . and the Malcom Shofner is having a lot Surctts have gone. I think thej of bulldozer work done in h i s The Elkins School closed last sold out to someone from Texas or yard. They are workin£ just east week, and some of '.he kids on of his house and are cutting several feet -- all the way ou RFD Seven arc going to set an Turner, family just in. from Kobbs long vacation this year N. M., who are Iivin3 on .the Bil the road.. I didn't ask what was be- They were all ganged up out there Schader place. That is the old Bil Friday, getting ready to go on Schader place. Bill has owned two I think it was the Last Friday I stopped where nr three places around there, anc juniors and seniors. Dcss Chandler and Us men were it is sort of confusing. working up some locust posts. They were in pole lengths, and they One man's loss is another man's gain: John Tuttle has a bunch of Mr. Dudley is {till trying to were cutting them down to six- AND SO, THIS IS DOT VIEW SIGNING OFF TILL TOMORROW MORNING pullets just coming into produc- find some tobacco that is fit to smoke. · Last Saturday order went to some woman in should he placed on the market. Tennesjee who sells tobacco by So he gave me a nice bunch of mail. I wouldn't think them last week. And another ap- ' would . know anything about' cur- creciated.'litlle gill was t:.e pretty violets that Mrs. Coy Fraley packed up in moss and gave to me It is no trouble to buy. a.'Cpca- in Hong Kong; you see that They stayed f-esh for days, in fact, r amiliar sign in the newsreels that the moss is .still as are made in Timbuctoo, Borneo, The one-legged chicken that I or in the far reaches of Africa and mentioned in last week's column South America. -But in Sulphur belonged to. Mrs. J. E. Smith instead of Lillian Wood. Sorry. The W. W. Richesons didn't get to make the trip to Niagara Falls after all. Mr. Richeson decided City it is different; they just don't get the "Coke" wagon out there ·cry often. Every day I loil- hope- ully through th* cheese, lunch meat and bologna that Austin Reed kssps in his ice box. Most oC the time there are 30 or 40 other flavors of soda pop, but no Colics. Ease that tension Chew Wrigley', Spearmint Gum. Pleasant chewing reduces strain: Helps you feel relaxed. Enjoy it anytime, anywhere. Beginning the first of May, there are two additions to RFD Seven. We are taking in that section that j is due west ol Sulphur City, about three-fourths of a mile, and instead of turning around at ' the Hlnkle-McBroom-T a y 1 o r mailboxes, I am going on up to Mrs. to make my turn. The old Hazel Valley postoffice OUT OUR WAY ByJ. R..Williams has been sold. Everythin stock and harre'. I understand the I'VE WAITED A LOUS TIME FOR THAT TO COLLAPSE BEFORH S4.YING ANYTHING, BUT THAT'S A HANPV THING TO KNOW--IF WEi EVER HAVE TO LIVE IN A GARAGE SHOW ME HC'-V THEY GTAY UP. sale includes the old store and postoffice building, the farmstead, and about 300 acres of land. It was owned by Wayne Le'.vis and Hubert Bobbins, and was sold to a brother of Mr.. Wood;, v.-ho just recently bought the Elmer Stout DABNf r LEFT THE GOOD BACK THERE I COULD KICK MVSELF FDR DONG SUCH DUMB; THINGS.' farm, across Stout mountain. Saturday morning Glenn Reed was doing the . postmastering at Hicks. Mrs. Reed rather suddenly Friday night and was brought in to the City Hos' New- York-WVListening tonight: NBC-- 7. Macrae Show; 8 Voorhees Concert; 8:30 Paul Lavelle; 9 Al Goodman. CBS -- 7 . Suspense; Taylor in "Crisis:" 9 Boh Hawk. ABC-- 7 Henry Taylor; 1:30 Big Hand; 8 Faul Whitcman; 0:30 Time MBS-- 7 Woman of the Year, WHY MOTHER'S GET SFW NONSENSE...I'll HANDLE .THEM. COME, SIT DOWN. WAIT'lL OAIKNtSS. WAITIL TOMORROW. WAITU JOSE RETURNS wmUUE \W60N. BETTER THAN WAIT INC FOR THEM TO RETURN HERE SEARCHING RK ME. Bette Davis; 7:30 Cri Pay; 8:05 Crime Fighters; 8:30 Believe It or AW/ HANDCUPK, / SIT DOWN. MUUC. SOON Ml HARM TO USE THESE TWMiS, I'D BE1TCR START FOR THAT OIL WELL. NIGHT 8:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 O/ark Sports Review (OOPS?) 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 Crime Fighters 8:30 .War Front--Home Front WfWTE -PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED 9:00 News ' 9:05 Crime Does Not Pay 9:30 Just Music. SlfKU-HWKD FOR 65 YEARS' 10:00 News--M 10:15 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off TUESDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N' Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 A.STATUE TO PASQUINO a witty barber OH THE SfiSE OF WHICH CONTRIBUTORS Msreo annual COMHBOS/ BETWEEN MINING AND / THEY MUST 6:00 Rise 'N-' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine C'MON.OOP, 1 OON'l WANTA SCOLD. BU WE'D BET1ER GET BACK TO MINING COU.KTIN6 REWARDS /HAVE ABOU1 . FOB CAPTURING BAN »3O.OOO BAD fOR N HANG ON PITS I'D SAY ALLEY AND FOOZY ARE DOING AU. RIGHT 7:0(1 Koffee Kup Ksper» 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kuy Kapers 8:30 Bob Hurleigh 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take » Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queer, for a Diy 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hinds 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report SUITE MOT T' TIP MCJK) TUESDAY AFTERNOON 11:00 Hymns of All Churdici 12:15 New* lit Noon 12:30 Chuckwigon Jamboree IJ:4R Riders ot the Purple S*ge 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:2,1 BASEBALL Game of the Day 4:00 Tun» Plck'n Tlmt 4:30 Tunt Plck'n Tlmt I w»s driving down Howwrd Street, with ray huibind at the whetl..." - (1:00 Sit. Preston ,V,10 Sky King «:5S Cecil Brown Piper Workers Seek : Union Stop Afrwmenf Mobile, Ala. r (P)-A "substantial wage increase" and a union'-shop are the leading 1952 goals of the AFL Southern Association of Pulp and Paper Industry Unions. The Association . recommended these two claims at a meeting here Saturday. The union has more than 40,000 members and at least two big. locals in Arkansas. · First negotiations .will be with :he Southern Kraft Division of the International Paper Company. The division operates a plarft at Cullendale, Ark., just outside · of Camden. Southern . Kraft's agrcsnient with the union usually sets-, .the pattern for the industry. The union -said it-was not recommerid- ng a specific wage increase, because it didn't want to-bind its ne- jotiators. · Both Arkansas 1 locals of the 'ulp and Paper Workers have icen involved in disputes with management this year. The Ullen- ale plant was shut down in a hort walkout earlier this year, nd members of the local at Fort mith are on strike' against the ' ixie Cup Company. 3uckuer Mrs.- William Earls entertained : a birthday party lor. the. seventh irthday of her daughter, Linda nn," Thursday afternoon in the arls home. The dining table was entered with a tiered cake which is a fascimilie of a red and white rum. The ' candles were- t i . n y batons tied. with red ribbons leading to each guest's place. Individ* ua! birthday.cakes, pink ice cream and strawberry pop were served by Mrs. Earls. Each child received a top airplane as a favor. Guests were Julene Cloud, Mrs. N.. Sizemore and . children, Phyllis and Randy, Mrs. Jluby Hunter and children, Sherrill and Tiptoii, of Fayettevills, Mrs. Jackie. Robbins and son, Larry, Beverly and Bar-. bara Napier, Brenda, Linda and Sondra Lariamore, Carolyn Hall, Dewey Boyd, Kathy · Earls and Mrs. Ada.Drake. The Buckner Home Demonstrs- - - tion ''Club met- Friday aftefnbon in the Community House with 14 members present. Mrs. Eula Osborne read the devotional.' Two pdei.is were read, "Idleness^ 1 by Mrs. Louise Sell and .."Psalm of the Week", by Mrs. Nell'Hughes. Miss Mary Jane Baker'spoke on material.and clothing buying and demonstrated how'to' starch 'dark- colored 'cotton material... G.jt m e prizes were won by Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Viola Berry. Plans were made to entertain the wcmen of the community who . re not club members at. a -"friendship gel- acquainted tea." Plans v:ere also made to attend the Counfy H. D. Council meeting at Springdale. Flower seed packets were distributed to the members by Mrs. Lucretia Mhoon. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Stacy Phelan and Mrs: Gladys Spillars. Mrs. Maxine Elzie is reported '.o be recovering from pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Henry- Toller, and daughter, of.'. Fayetteville have moved to the. Roy Keene property. Midweek prayer services will be leld Wednesday at 7;30 p. m. in the. E. J, Counts home.. Gene Goff has erected two slock barns and a siln at 'his farm on Dead Horse Hill: Janice Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Clark, who has been ill with a virus infection, is reported to be improving. Two-In-One For Summer By Sue Burnett You sew two attractive outfits with just one pattern when you make this sundress and jacket Ef.' r ' Wear the dre " « lone for sun filled hours; brief bolero turns into becoming street costume. Pattern No. 8459 la * scw-rtte performed pattern in ilze* 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18. Slr.e-12, dress, ,1'/« yurdu of 39-Inch; bolero, 1 yard. For this pattern, nend SOo for BACH, In COINS, your name, address, sliej dMlrol, and UN PATTERN NUMBER!· Su» Burnett, Northwnt ArkanM Times, 11.10 Ave, Americas, New York 38, N, Y. Basic FASHION for 'SJ U tilled with Idcn tc mik« your etothei budget go further -- tlme-snvlng ind economical deiigns thit are **iy to i«w. Gift putcrn printed (wide. 35 ctnu.

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