Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 26, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 26, 1952
Page 10
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PO*$ mnenct THM* Of Wt HAKAMCP Ozark Students To Make Trip Through East 1st to be sure he ri F f hrl f tV7 ' T" I t ?.« ,, Ar. Sch °° l Teacher Wins fight "·- With Board, Keeps Her Job Corning, N. Y.-W)-A 64-year- SOMETIMES P 23 ^ I THINK BUMSTffADJ IS HALF-WITTED-J HE'LL LAUGH AT r^ . .,S3- extra $50--just doesn't run shi The graduates will stop lington. Va., Washington, New York City (for a chat with Mrs. Roosevelt), St. Catherine's, Ontario, Dearborn, Mich., Indianapolis, St. Louis and hack home, old rural"school-mistress has'wnn I Ozark, Ark.-OT-During the | · her fight to continue teaching 20 ' next 18 days, 52 members of the \ »-,, r. A11 |- T A f.,,.,, il youngsters and plans to join them Ozark High School graduating!'"'" JCOUFJ 10 lalTlp HI '°day on their annual student- j^sTC mS 1 TM T r; I Devil's Den Slate Park S'SSiH,r^t t; L 0 und1or tW W°ashron bU N e e S w^rk y : Boy St ,ut troop, from the 10 c^tenT' She^nu^ 'to Canada-and an informal t a l k i counties in the Westark Area ' S o n t h e school steps M. M h"' E 'rT Rooscvclt ' i £TM ncil w !" cam P at Devil ' s D m i But Supt. Calvin U. Smith yes- Members of the group have I Slate Park near Winslow next, tcrdav informed Miss Johnson been working for two years at month. The first week of camp j that the padlock had been re?_",? £??..'" ral . se mon( ! v f o r t h r «"'_°P cn ·""«· 8.»ml close June moved from the door of the one- THE B*G NEWS AT HEAD- RTERS IS THE FINDING OP ONE OF THE MASKS MADE FROM COAT LINING. TWE LABEL'S BEEN TORN OUT, BUT AS SOU KNOW, SAM. TAILORS USUALLV WRITE THE OWNERS NAME ON THAT NOW, MV IDEA IS-BODV PERSPIRATION COULD HAVE TRANSFERRED SOME OF TUAT INDELIBLE INTO THE -AMD THE [THENAME, , ULTRAVIOLET WOULD : | LIGHT WILL PICK BE IN IT UP. VREVEPSE,, trip. They saved more than $2,400 and each student stuck away an open j 14. The next period June 15 and close June 21. A c t i v i t i e s will include archery, Indian lore, swimming, and other ns will nstruc- ming, r camp e camp will camper. room school and that the white- haired teacher would be allowed to finish out the school year. "I really thought I was licked for a time there, but I wasn't going to give up," Miss Johnson said. "I only have three more years to go for my pension." rr Beat boredom Chew Wrijley's Spearmint Gum. Good chewing relieves monotony. ,,. . m« Vftle li [t PBICB MA!«OJT WILL K INCREASED OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams 1 KNEW THAT LAZY BUM WOULD PIND AM WAY FO? US i j|:|||i/ r GIVE ME THOSE HANDS, II .HESE--WITH VOUR FIW- GE-P AMP TOE TECHNIQUE THE COORS L.OOK. LIKE THE COAL BIN PPIC'EES HAVE TOUMT U.VIGRE TO SET iSJ AMP OUT.' WHY EON'T . toU C^RRYARAS ( WHEH -CtJ WORK V O N THAT BIKE? I PONT VIST TO EVEN P.*X UP A KA IN THIS HOME--"YAWP, THAT'S MY BEST APEOM --YAWR THAT'S PX5 £iHIRT- YAWR Yif? Veep' EVERYWHERE I TUI^N AROOMP Is "Too Low Says Official Assistant Secretary Addresses Union Session At Capital Little Rock-MVOovernor McMath and Ralph Wright, assistant secretary -if labor from Washington, D. C., were the featured speakers at the Arkansas State | Federation of Labor' 46th annual convention here .today. In an interview last night. Wright said "the trade union movement in America has had a tremendous part in keeping Communism from Europe. If the working people of any nation are Guernsey Field Day Planned At Jack Hall Farm Progrom Thursday To Start At 9:30 In The Morning An all-day Guernsey field day T Washington County farmers vill be held Thursday at the Jack Hail farm near Fa.'ptteville. The program will begin at 9:30 a. m. with registration, and dairy judging contests for adults, 4-H Club members and F.F.A. members will be held at 10 a. m. under the direction of County Agent Carl E. Rose. Also on the morning program will he a type discussion by Tim Mains, of the Guernsey Cattle Breeders Association; and talks by Dr. O. T. Stallcup of the University animal industry department and J. Austin Parish, manager of the Arkansas Artificial Breeders Association. Lunch will be served by the Buckner Home Demonstration Club. In the afternoon talks will be made by N. I. Hogan, president oi e featured ttle Arkansas Guernsey Cattle msas State | Club; stal ' cu P; and Mains. J. D. ·'·Ford, assistant county agent, will direct a 4-H dairy demonstration, and awards furnished by the Guernsey Breeders Association will be presented. happy, they will never turn to Communism." Wright praised Arkansas trade The Courts -- ......J Chancery Court unions for their step 10 years ago j Donna Evans vs ,, M ,_ bcrsh'in" 18 Um ° n mm ' ans: Decrra of di TM r - e «« Pontiff. 1 awarding custody of minor child of parties to plaintiff during school year and to defendant during Declaring that the present federal m i n i m u m wage of 75 cents was "much too low,' 1 Wright said the wase minimum ought to be at : least SI to SI.25 per hour, and I "should he increased according to rising living costs." He said it "would be well for individual states to set their minimum wages in conformation with federal wage laws. Arkansas workers should be entitled to the same decent living as vorkers in other states." The assistant secretary of labor said he favored trade unions for school teachers because "teachers are workers too, even though they are in a profession." The three-day convention will end Wednesday. -Believe 7t or Mrt/ ·bx SAINING SPUD, lui sin (UNNINS FOR IT. HE'S SETTING AWAY.' I'VE COT TO HOT IT, TOO! 'H.v CONFOUND THESE CRUTCHES? 4L1 , / UP IN Tug w'v^/ATTIC MSEUI ^/VOU LEt=T IT /7t U'HEM VOL) (.LOST INTEREST' -^ § ~CJ ·' GOODNESS.' WElS GO'NG TO START PRACTICING ^LV _»., THM9THR MOSTDis- /BLrT.OOOLA.HE AND ^\C.USTINS THING I EVER\ FOOZY ARE DIGGING =*s\6Aw/1 w^N^ vou TO \ GOLD TO FINANCE . ??JK§ A LLEY BACK I THE OPERATION : RIGHT NOW.' V OP OUR TIME v MACHINE; *i 1 HAS RIGHT...SO "-·WH...,^ f-ll- HIT A HOME RUN AND CAUGHT MBALL HIMSELF/ On The Radio New York-(/P)-Mbnday night: NBC - 7 MarRae Show; 7:30 Barlov: Concert; B Voorhees Con- ;rt; 8:30 Band of America. CBS - 7 Suspense; 7:30 Godfrev Talent Scouts; 8 Radio Theater." ABC - 7 Henry Taylor; 7:30 Big Hand Drama; 8 Whiteman Teen Club. MBS - 7 Woman of the Year; 7:30 Crime Does Not Pay; 8:05 Crime Fighters; 8:30 Korean Report. vacations. Harvey Buchanan vs Ruby Buchanan: Decree of divorce to plaintiff. True Olen Meeler vj Wanda Jean Meeler: Decree of divorce to p l a i n t i f f . Geneva Irene Overman vs Carthel A. Overman: Decree of divorce to plaintiff. Frances Trice vs Amos Jewell Trice: Decree of divorce to plaintiff, awarding custody of minor child of parties to plaintiff. In recent months the Great Lakes have risen to more than four feet above normal. 6:00 i 0:15 | 6:30 6:45 LOVE'O LOVE IN TTHNIS 15 THE CSENCH L'OtUP -rftNIHC, HH E(X HWR CURLERS USED FOR15VEAR5 6V ROSE DKNMA ClMCigo.IlL IAUGH TIME A M P S THAT'D BE MICE. 6X.CEP AH ALREAtry K HAPPlLV MARRIED.'.' WIF OWLV OWF } WE CAM GETjl SLIGHT FLMI-I HIM OUT OF MAH HUSBIW THE PICTURE DESERTED ME J EASILV .'.'- 'iff^^^^' i.i ; "Don't K* much of you »ny more, Mr. Homing, now th»t your children »r« home from coU«fc.'* .. . Latest In Date Wear MONDAl NIGHT Dinner Music Starlight Time News Ozark Sports Review 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 Wayne King Show Gabriel Heatter--M Rhythmic Rendezvous Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Crime Fighters 8:30 War Front-Home Front 9:00 9:05 9:30 News Women of the Year Just Music 10:00 10:15 News--M Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off 8835 13-42 Ky Sue Burnett Here's your favorite for dates 1 summer long--a handsome, simply styled frock that goes together like a charm. And for a s t r i k i n g effect, use a colorful stripe going this way and that. Pattern No. 8835 is a scw-rite perforated pattern In sizes 12, 14 , 18, 20, 40, 42. Sire 14, 4V4 rds of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c for EACH, In COINS, your name, ad- dross, sizes dpslred, unrt the PATS E1 } N N y M , BER I" Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Tlmw, 1150 Ave. Americas, New Ynrk 3d N V .?»»!« FASHION for '52 is'filled' with Irtess lc tn»k« your clothe* budget «o further -- tlme-uvlni rxl economic*! d*l ( ni thit an TUESDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N' Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise 'N-' Shine B:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N 1 Shine 7:00 7:30 7:45 Kuffee Kup Kapers Otasco News Koffee Kuy Kapers 8:00 Bob Hurleigh 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 9:25 9:30 Mr-ning Melodies News--M Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckagc Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News «t Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of tlie Purple SaRo 1:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cnrrilnali Vs. Chicago Cubs 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Plck'n Tlmd 4:00 Tune Plck'n TlmV 4:30 Tune Plck'n Tim* IS:00 5ft. Prentnn 5:33 Sky Kin* 8:5! Cecil Brow*

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