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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Programs on Air car:;. rT .,,. St. Jo«p h 's CatnoHe Church. Tuesday, May 20. from 5 to 10 | Barric Craig; 8 Bob Hope. p. ra. 17-3t-c ; 7:30 Sttopjul by Miss Tanta Lizer CBS--7 People are Funny; 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. North; 8 Life With Lulgi. ! ABC--7 Recording of President I Truman; 7:30 Kathl N o r r i s ! Drama; 8 Town Meeting, i MBS--7 Blaek Museum; 7:30 Dr. Kildare; 8:05 Detective Drama. weekend with his sister, Mrs. Vndu Gibblen of Springdale. The Rev. and Mrs. Nolan f Elkins were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robbiru Sunday. So m a n y n e w fabrics are comin out this season ; person becomes confused keeping uj with all of them . . . a n d n a t u r a l l y enough, most of u; aren't trying . . . the old "tried anu true" fabrics a r u still very much i; demand s u c h Buckner Howard Baggett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Baggett, is reported recovering from illness. Both Mr. and Mrs. Fry Davis are suffering from cuts and bruises suffered in separate falls. Mr. Davis was injured May 10, and Mrs. Davis fell Sunday. Their daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Waggoner is ill at their home. Mrs. Betty Counts was a guest Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hicks of Baldwin Sunday. The University agriculture field The Courts TUESDAY 8:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time l):30 News 6:45 Ozarkt Sports Review 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 Wayne King Show Gabriel Heatter--M Rthymlc Rendezvous Lombardo on the Air pure silk, shantung, _____ , - '."... day at the Hack Hall farm will , , _____ , - . chambray and pique. By the sa May 29. Originally it was . . token Fayetteville women have ' scheduled for May 23. The Home Demonstration Club will serve lunch. Mrs. John Kelly and daughters of Anderson, Mo., were guests Mr. and Mrs. Fry Davis Sun- come to know and respect Long's Slylt Shop'! judgment in fashionable styling and smart ready-to- wear. Long'j have the dresses . that have the shape., that sum up the "Summer Story," . Ready to choose your swim suiP I ,.' Rose Marie Reed has fashioned I ,, . ----... -- THE swim suit made to H a t t e r ' Harrison were weekend guests of you, with soft, lovely styling that \ Mr - antt Mrs - Clifton Baggett and is feminine and delicate . . . ob-i Mr - a "d Mrs - Otto Drake, tainable only at Long's, 10 East Center. Mr. and Mrs. Chester House 4 Earl Longstreet of Joplin, Mo., spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank What with all the Longstreet and Mr. and Mrs. Ernst new f a s h i o n s in j Von Erdmannsdorff. S u n-dresses, o f f - Sgt. Troy Brown, who recently the - shoulder a n d I returned from Germany, spent the backless styles i n ; weekend with his grandparents, iresses this s u m- Mr . and Mrs . Ed counts. He expects to receive his discharge at Camp Chaffer this week. mcr, extra thought must be given to basic lingerie . . . and it really isn't to just go into a store and 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. New York Giants 10:15 10:45 Platter Party Platter Party 11:00 11:30 Platter Party Sign Off 5:30 6:50 WEDNESDAY A. M. Rise 'n Shine R.F.D. 1450 6:00 6:30 6:35 Rise N' Shine Markets and Weather Rise N' Shine 7:00 7:30 7:45 Koffee Kup Kipen Otasco News Koffee Kup Kapers 3:00 8:19 8:30 8:45 Robert Hurleigh--M Morning Devotions Times Morning Edition Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies , 9:25 News--M Mrs. Parker Rushing attended | 9:30 Takc A Number Baptismal services at the Farm- j . Circuit Court The jury yesterdty returned * directed--by agreement--verdict for a judgment of $250 for the defendant, Sam Napier, in a damage suit against Willie Dobhs. It was ipecified that the judgment is to be credited against a $750 judgment previously awarded Dobbs in a suit against Napier. Dobbs sued Napier, charging Napier killed several of his hogs. Napier then sued Dobbs, charging the hogs damaged his tombines. HMTHWKT AIKANSAS TIMB. FwwHcvilfe. Art* y, May 20, 195! She's Sure Not Even Reds Could Attack Boston Municipal Court Two men, arrested by sheriff's deputies, were fined this morning on charges of diunken driving. L. R. Burns of Fayetteville was fined $25 and costs, a total of $45, and Charles Franklin of Lowell was fined $25 and costs, a total of $46. Both men were sentenced to one day in jail. 14, 1947. lo Porter C. Goforth. She is survived by her husband, two sisters, MIT. Bcs? HfKlson and Mrs. Pearl McCoy, both of Prairie Grove; and three brothers, Ed Rich of Prairie Grove, M. B. Rich of Miami. Fla.. and D I, Rich of New York-OPi - In Boston, a PiUsbursh. Kan. dowager attending the "Alert Funeral sen-ices will be con- America" exhibit demanded to; ducted tomnrrnv. . . . know what all the fuss was about, the Watson Mortunr.v i \ :· .- iv. "We're trying to stimulate in- S. O. Pally of Prairie r'rnvr. tercsl in civil defense." an official Burial will be in the Prairie Grove explained. "We might be bombed, cemetery. you know." : "Nonsense," the lady said. "God Mn. Mary Elizabeth Wheat wouldn't allow Boston to be\omb-1 The body of Mr.s. .Mary .. «l." j belh Wheat, 86, resident of. West With that, she stomped out, Fork Route 2, fnr the part five turning her back on a vivid dis- years, who died Sunday ;it her play of what a single atom bomb [ home, was sent yesterday by the could do to an American city. I Wal.ion Mortuary to Nocona, Texas, for funeral services and burial. Mn. imma Maxwtll Lincoln. Ark. - (Special! - Mrs. Emma Maxwell, 82. of Lincoln, dli-d in the City Hospital at Fay- .'·ttevillr this morning. She is survived by two sons. Brur" of Fay' ettcvillc and Roy of Sjlnnm Springs: three dHughtcrs, .Mrv Marie Hcaily of Lincoln, Miss . Lena Maxwell of Miami. Okla., and Mrs. Maude Ddner o( Hul- I bort, Ok!a.-. 12 crandchildren nnd : six jtrpnt-Kramlchlltlrcn; and hy j two sisters, Mrs. Mnrcarpt Ritp- i'man nf California and Mrs. Mary ', Dlxon of Wyoming. Funernl scr\lrr will bo rondm-t- i , ed tomorrow at 2 p. m., at thif i Lincoln Methodijt Church by th« Rev. Thomas R. Whlddon with burial in the Prairie Grove ctme- I tery under direction of Vat Luginbuel Funeral Home. ' Not white, not wheat, not 17*. tut i flavor blend of all thru*-- Junje'j Roman Meal RnML '· 11-lt-tf EVERYTHING M nUMMNO ·ne) SUPFUB FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVWNMfNT AVI Obituary C. J. Thomas, also arrested by the sheriff's department, was fined $3 and costs, a total of $9, on a charge of speeding. NATIONATCUARD -- CONTINUED FROM PAGE O«l duct and possession of fireworks. Close to 1,500 Colorado University students at Boulder erupted from fraternity houses and dormi- , :ories in sorties upon sorority j houses and girls' rooming houses. t ort ,, Elwood Smith One student suffered a broken hip Flinera , services for Forest El . 70. who Hospital. Andrew Clarence Ueker Funeral services for Andrew Clarence (Jack) ticker, 77, who died Saturday in his home here, were conducted this morning in the Catholic Church by the Rev. Father Maloy. Burial was in Fairview Memorial Park under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Jack Heed, John Jensen, Sam E. Gearhart, Jack Armstrong, George Stockcr. Ed Conncll, Larry Bird, and J. E. Edlin. UI:UU^M LU IUM go into a sioie ana ' JL -I J -~ ··-- -"~~ -- -buy any kind of strapless bra A t ' inglon Baptist Church Sunday. 10:00 Food for Thought _ ' . · ' . . _ . . _ " . . · · « ' · .. _ . . . . . . . _ ,,.__,,_ ,,_,,__, L 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day Campbell-Bell Corset' department Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hofforth only name lines of foundation gar-1 and children of Harrison were ments are carried. Such names as j guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Warner and Hclene of Hollywood, Jack Hughes, to mention two, assure the buyer Memorial services will be con- and an undetermined number of others were hurt. Four male students were arrested. They were released after midnight under lerms of an agreement made by President Robert L. Stearns and he student leaders that the dis- .urbance would end.' H did, about three hours after it had begun. The feminine flimsy fad al wood (Shorty) Smith, died Sunday in City were to be conducted this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home by Fred McClung, ministeV of the Church of Christ. Burial was to be in Fairview Memorial !Park. Active pallbearers were Richard Fox, George Elam, Dcloy Baker. --.-.i , nn , , r UA, ueui KV r.iiii'iM, uciu v .UIIKI. sent some 400 students roaming Mac ' k Johng J o h n Du g ,,,,, M RnH·,,«? y , , n " 1 1 0 " " m P" s iW. S. Elam. Honorary pallbearers at Burlington, but the girls dorms ; 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands .... : ,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,-,,.« «... u ^..11:15 Bauckage Commentary perfect fit and you may select | ducted at 10 a m Sunday at the! 11:25 Carl Smith ' '-- '-" - ' · ' · · -i Church of Christ Musical Roundup Market Reports · -- ,, · · -- .. * , uui-iuu Hi. lu rt.m. ounuaj from cotton or nylon, fancy lacy Buckner Baptist cemetery, ones or plain from $2.00. Also if you are interested, and every woman should be, Campbell-Bell is now showing summer weight girdles by Warners, Jantzen, and Prayer services will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stover at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Parksdale. Van Raalte in very comfortable I Robert Phelan, Leroy Phelan !ace elastic or nylon mesh. Re- and Leroy Anderson spent the member all well' dressed women weekend on a fishing trip at Lake start with first things first. That I Norfork. means a good foundation garment.! Tile Rev. E. J. Counts spent the 11:30 11:4fl ; 1:55 WEDNESDAY P. M. 12:00 Hymns r' All Churches 12:15 News nt Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL Game of the Day Boston Red Sox Vs. Cleveland Indians 2:31) Afternoon Varieties 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune- Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 Green Hornet 5:30 Wild Bill Hickok 5:55 Cecil Brown were stout bastions. A dozen students were locked up. A mob of some 1.000 to 1.500 men students scampered into three women's halls at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. It was all in fun, the police said, and there were no incidents. At Newark, Del., some 250 male students stormed eight coed halls on the University of Delaware campus. Girls at one house fovght back with a fire hose. Reassured By Carolina Dirt With 45th Division, Korea-(/p)To the wide variety of good-luck charms carried by American soldiers in Korea, you can add one tablespoon of "good old North Carolina dirt." Chaplain James O. Mattox, N o r - , folk, Va., carries the stateside ' earth in an envelope wherever he ! goes. He took it from a farm near : his father's home at Rocky Mount. N. C. were Bert Sivage, Fate Bell, Lee Bogan, Fenner F. Sticc. Lundy Harvey, and Milford Ballou. Mrs. Ella Karnes Goforth Mrs. Ella Karnes Goforth, 76, died yesterday afternoon in the City Hospital after a week's illness. The former Miss Ella Rich, she was born at Prairie Grove; March 8, 1876. the daughter o f . A. B. and Artema Mayberry Rich, i She had resided at West Fork for i many years, and was married July Make Summertime Shower-time Hot, muggy weather just fades away when you get under a fresh cool shower, Keep yourself relaxed and comfortable all during the "dog days" with frequent showers. Let us install bne In your home. Call ut today. Call 1886 | No Job Too Big No Job Too Small PLUMBING CO. 231 W. Mountain [) amf Q 'They're all next door tnjoying Carrier Air Condrf/on/ng" Enjoy yourself at home with a Carrier Room Air Condrtionflr. It cools the air, lowers sticky humidity, kenps you comfortable. Installation is quick and easy. And there's a fivn-year guarantee on the hermetically sealed refrigerating system. Why suffer when we're so near? Carrier CY CARNEY APPLIANCE CO. South Side Square. Hiora 17M Ours Alone Broadcloth fiesta-bright. Two shades in one lively piece, ball fringe banded on the sleeves, and stripes running round the sash. , St. Louis. Sizes 7 to 15. $24.50 "One of Arkansas' Fine Stores" How to hov« a winning TELEPHONE PERSONALITY by EMILY POST We're often judged by the way UK use telephone service. Good telephone technique and good telephone manners are important to a winning personality .. . and help you get the most from your telephone service. Of all the many questions I'm saked about £ood party line manners, probably the most frequent one Is "How long should my telephone conversations be?*' Answer: The length of your conversations will vary, of course. But purely for n selfish reason, it's n good idea to avoid long, drawn-out con versa tion*. No incoming calls, however important, can get through to you while your telephone in tied up. And your party line neighbor can't make O R recei ve a call. You're displaying good party line manners when you hold conversations to a reasonably short length--consideration that folks on your party line will appreciate and return. Recently, a friend visiting at my home noticed a small booklet titled "LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE NUMBERS" lying DCSlde my telephone. My guest asked "Is there any advantage in making long distance calls by number?*' Answer: Indeed, therein. Longdistance calls go through faster--often twice an fast--when you call by num^wr. The smart, well-informed telephone uwr takes fullest advantage of today's fast long distance service by placing out- of-town calls hy number whenever possible. Incidentally, if you don't already have one of thoj»e convenient booklets for listing out-of-town telephone numbers, you win get one free at the telephone company business office. That's where I got mine. Here's another test of good telephone technique. When In doubt about a telephone number, should you look in the telephone directory ... or call Information? Answer: You will usually nnve time if you look in the directory firnt, Chnncrs are, you'll find the number there. The telephone company people tell me their records show t b n t 3 out. of 4 calls to Information nre for numbers listed in the telephone hook. Why make two rails when one will do, thro* out of four limes? Thu ii on odrwIiMmtnt of Soulhweiftrn le// T«l*ftaiM Comport? Eighteen Models of Other Makes of ars ore i Official price lists show that there arc eighteen different models of American motor cars, produced by h'vc separate automotive m a n u f a c t u r e r s , which a c t u a l l y cost more than the lowest-priced Cadillac--when similarly equipped. If you find this difficult to believe--then you're in good company! For the record aUo shows t h a t , during the past few years, l i t e r a l l y hundreds of t h o u s a n d s of motorists h a v e t a k e n t i t l e to these costlier models. And there can be little doubt t h a t m a n y of them did vi s i m p l y because they failed to realise how r e l a t i v e l y modest the cost of a Cadillac can be. They simply assumed that rxrlttjicc in r/ua/t/y means exclusive in fried And it is d o u b t f u l if a single misunderstanding ever cost so m a n y motorists so m u c h ! It cost t hem, first of all, the satisfaction nl wninf * Cadillac! l ; or there is no s u b s t i t u t e for the .sense of THE GOI.UKN AfiMf'KHSAKV pride and we!! hcing that conies from owning a motor car t h a t is universally recognized as the "Standard of the World." It cost them, too, the pleasure of Jrking 3 Cadillac! And this, beyond any question, is t h e greatest pcnsl'y of a l l ! Tor in missing out on the m.iny thrills to be found behind its wheel -- they're missing out on motoring's finest rewards. And, of course, it also cost them Cadillac's many InHx-range economics -- i t s almost unbelievable gasoline mileage, its unsurpassed dependability, and its legendary long life. * · * · · \ \ e know that you wouldn't want to make such a costly m i s t a k e in the selection of your njv* tar. But you'd better be careful--because there .ire eighteen di/fmil n-ajs to make it! So when the time mmes--in^eiii'aiiie! And if you pay the price of a Cadillac--be sure that you gel ontl HATFIELD PONTIAC CO. 22-24 EAST MEADOW FAYUTIV1LLI, ARK.

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