Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 9, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 9, 1952
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--- MQKTHWEST ARKANSAS HMIS, Foy«tt»vlllt, Arkan rriday, May 9, 1952 County Hospital To Hold Open House Monday; Tours Slated Th" Wa: !iin:t"n ("'iimtv Ho*:-| ihe twoi!:,! I'.i" admi'ied about pi'al will holt] open li'iii"' Vonday | s .°0" patient. There h;ivn been from 1 i,, 1 ,,. m.. w,!, ,!,,, p,, h !ie i ! " lfi l " ilhi " h "' rn "·"y i " H '" lirl : " ' !|IK:- ,,nd :eninr hmh school y t i on's. Gcor-c P.err'.'inan, admin- iMratnr. sairi firln- ' | t r e a t e d in t:ic o'U-patient depart- Since oppiiin,^ -\ii2ij':t 23. Ul.iO. ' mcin ' I County Medical Society Aii.vih-'ry will cinidrc' visitor; t'lro!^ 1 ! the ! hosfiitnl. T' 1 " 21'onn -.''ill in'-ludf- Mr?. Ma.x McAllister. Mrs. Fred Ocden. ?!i". .Inff Basset'. Mrs. Spencer Brown. Mr". Ric'^-'ud . Mil!»r. Mr=. Alfred Hat'icock. Mr". Harriron Bu'ler. Mr'-. V/ .lam^s Stocker and Mr c . Fount Ri"h-irri- son. Thoirsinrh of Hospitals all over Ihe country will hold nnen house Monday, which is National Hospital liny. By J. R. Williamsj --' Today's Market-- i a sparkling smile is important £S!£Jiv^" DEACONS BEEN WllKMl FT ssw.iWT PT. is SOWNA TELL 'EM N '/H4/t'- / A GET UP I SAY.' ( YOU LAZVBONES, GET UP/ Chewing helps keep teeth bright. Freshens taste, sweetens breath. Pleasant aid to popularity. OUT OUR WAY 5UDW£nJLV, [JOT VIEW 15 WMO ARE VOtJ GUVS? . THE MOST ARID PUCC IN DIE HORLO .' THE ANCIENT TOWN OF CHUN CHAN · - , II y WLESc? CUIMS WENT 525 VEAR5 WITHOUT « DROP OF RAW/ 0£0:jJitr IMS ftdOSt. // / v /?75 B / ft \ 'KM I.-VERV C«v '/ r, · ? H cv -" ii-t t v, ' £' -T! HOLDIN( i? 5WAlu *'J.' s*: ftN FOO SHELL /·' ,-' ·,SS A GREAT-OBFATC-PAMDFATHEP, Gril.1. WORKS rMLV AS A HOTEL bai BOM THANK YOU SO MUCM FOR X CALLING, WRS. IAILANTINE. I 5HOUIDNT 1 COM OUT^/ OU.NO. HE'S IN EXCELLENT HANDS. THEN AGAIN LET ME THANK VOU TOR HELPlNS CARE POI? HIW, WRS. BAILAWTINE. I'M A LONELY WIDOW... AND I V-:E THE WAY HE PLAYS A GUITAR IF YOU SHOULD EVER WANT TO TRADE HIM OFF, AIRS. SAWYER, JU5T LET ME KNOW. YES I'M CALLING FRO'A THE HOSPITAL, MRS. SAWYER. VOW HUSBAND JUST WANTED ME TO ASSURE YOU ME'5 ALL SV3KT. fiO5M.RTO.TY, \YT.H, PUT ALL THIflTOtrrMStJ MAVIN'Tn WHMAONt y w t P A IMOII'W DAMI. Y'KNOCKtD OKAY, MAN KtOV A Mtf MAD.JftOVTk' AN' DONU, [ FOOZY...C'MON aACf: nCLEAN, 'i ' i | \ r,[ I GONE 1 , RIGHT NOW, 1 MT AN! \ SAFE NOW. ~ / vuH 1 aioc LIT. n: I MACION JtlftTlWI;:"- I LIMP WITH TFFCOC /Jllf)! CAW1 winN Oil AM'R LOVE T'COM.V Y*T "l i-.'W w " YD! AM'MI-'I'.r v~.r- % t. ^1O^·Mrp. wt-ur AM I.'KI r , p.t ·,:· APour Mr.I H!'[? r -, IS I'Mf T L'OST or 't.M nAr inpV" Tiv-re h ; i'.'c hecn 2.0flt ' s'irc .-.oeralion^ and 2.500 St. Louis Lirsloch Niiiinml Slo-kyard:i, !!l.-i?i- (USnAi-'!n-;s 12.hnn; fnirl- ar- live; ···eights ISO Ihs up IS to ?.i ; lo'ver than Thursday's s - e r a r c : olf; hulk il'oir.e N'i).-. 1, 2 and S i '· 130-:30 Ibs 20.00-23; about 70 h=iu ; ' .hoice No:. 1 and 2 around 210- · ' 2 0 Ibs 20..IS: packer '.op ?0.00: ] . 210-270 Ins full width of choice ] !7.oll; mostly 17.00 up: hea\'ier s. ws l.'i.r.n-ie.T.i; itags 12.30-14.50; boar;- IT.00-1-1.00. CaMle ?."-n. c a l ' e s )00; generally steady and moderately acti\'e on all classes in cleanup sp-sion: sm.-'!l lois r,nd indi\'i'!ual sood and choic" sirci and hci.'e; (?srlinus "ii.on-.",4.nO; utility and commercial cows 22..10-26.00; canners and nilte.-s I 1 ).00-32.00; utility and cornmrrcia! bulls 2:; 00-2H.OO; very 1C".' bulh offered: c u t t e r bulls :oon-21.00: vcalcrs a c t i v e a n d steady: co^vi ,, n o rhiiice ai'iicly 3I.00-nii.00; sortcrl prime to 3R.OO. u!iiit\' ;,nd commercial vralers 22.00-3000. Sheep ] 0 f i ; dull, weak l"ade on fe-v spi'in". Inmhs: one lo' ^ood and choice sprinn.ers 29 Oil tn hutcher; '!iier'.'.':-c nn sales except sc.'i'.tered ·nil lo miod shorn slaughter from 7.00-12.00. Five Cars Of Mo. Pac. Train Are Derailed Five Passengers Injured, None Believed Badly Snri'a. Tcxn?-f/P)-Five cars nf thr MiFrouri Pacific's fast night p.iFsensrr train 10 the lower Rio Granr^ Vallry, derailed parly today. Fiv pa-~oncrs were irjured, non* 1 srnou^h*. Thf 1 train wrrrkerl in front of thp rirpnt at thi« South Texas rnimty «pgt at about 5:17 a. m. CST. Thr jnjurH: .la pirn Naumarm, Harlingen, Trxas. Mr?. I,. .1. Hile. Murfreep- linrn. Ark., Andrea Saenz. Browns- villr, TPXP... Dclorc? Busn. Sedalia. Mn.. Mn=. Curti? Turner, Mur- ii-ppjbnrn. A r k . N'nnp nf |hp rlnrqjlprl rar? nvpr- lurnrrl. It IV,T= believed the arci- drnt rn ny have resulted from a hmknn rai'. Pn?~"ngpr? u-pre transferred to hu?^ fnr the ro?t of their trip to the vailpy. Thp derailment plowed up 200 or more yards of '--ac.k and left fnur passenger cars off *he track at a 45-depree angle. 40 Attend Court Of Honor; Hill Presides Approximately 40 persons attended a Boy Scout Court of Honor last r.izh*. The court w a j made up of Scout Ivan Lee Hill, who was master of ceremonies; Frank Lewis, chairman; MF. Sfit. A. A. William?. Orrin Henbest. William C. Adair, Frank Chamber.". Fred D. Hunt and Scout Bill Adair, clerk. On The Radio There aho'it twice P" many kinds of fishes as there are of birds, mamma's and amphibians put together. New York-l/Pi-Tonight: . NBC--7. Koy Rogers: 7:30. Bob and Ray; 8. Mario Lanza. CBS--7. Musiclanri USA: 7'30. Bis Time Varietv: fi. Doris Day. ABC--7. Dirk Powell; 7:30. This Is FBI; 8. Ozzie and Harriet. MBS--7. Adventures of Maisie: 7:30, Gracie Fields; 8.05, Magazine Theater. aly hn c a million licensed automobile drivers of which only 40,000 are women. So Classic And Smart FRIDAY EVENING 6:tn Dinner Music fi:!Ti Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:1!) Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthvmic Rendezvous 7:4") Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Cincinnati Reds 10:30 Platter Party 10:4.1 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off SATUBDAT MORNING S:30 Rise 'N Shine 6:00 Rise N" Shine fi:30 Markets and Weather 6-.15 Rise '.!' Shine 7-00 Minutes hy Music 7:l.s Jordanr.ires. 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Organ Reveries 8:00 A f t e r Breakfast R:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 8480 34-52 By Sue Burnett Here i- a handsomely styled * a i c t frock in the popular button-front vei-sion. And it's a wide size range to f l a t t e r t h e , slightly l.ircer ficure. Brief sleeves are buttoned, too. Pattern No. R480 is a sew-rite p e r f m a t e d pattern in sizes 34. 36 3fi, 40, 42. 44. 4fi. 48. ,iO. 52. Size 4 ] r yards of 30-inch. Fnr this pattern, send 30c (or KACH. ill COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the p.\T- TKRX NUMBKR lo Sue Burnett. Nnitlnvrst Arkansas Times. I1.SO Avc. Americas. New Y o i k 3fi .V Y ; ic FASHION' for '52 Is filled . with ideas tc make your clothe* budget po further --- time-saving and economical designs that are. "asy to sew. Gift pattern printed j inside. T..i cents. I 9:00 Kiddies Hit Parade 9:30 News 9:45 Serenade in Blue 10:00 \ew Record Releases 10:1.1 New Record Releases 10:30 Here's To Vets 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 Proudly We Hail 11:30 Church of Christ 11:4!) News at Noon SATURDAY AFfERNOON 12.00 Man on The Farm 12:30 Dunn on Discs ' :25 BASKRAI.I, C.nme of Ihe Day t:ful Su 'ing Session 4.30 Rands for Rond.i -1. 45 Musical Interludft . ' r ' :( ' fl Smiley Whitley 5:15 Know Your University f):45 Poe-.vre Reese Stiow

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