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June 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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On The Radio Siloam Springs Plans Re-Creation Of "Good Old Days" «w York-f/Pi-TnniKht: * . * NORTHWHT ARKANSAI TIMIS, FayottovllU, Arkamo*, 5-rl.jrHay, Jun« 7, (951 N«w York-lVP)-Tnnij[ht: .NBC - 7 .lane Are record!., 7::in Ralph Edwarr*; s t u n t s ; R , l u d \ Canova; 8:30 Grand Ole O j ' i y ; i) V a u g h n Monroe miri' 1 . CBS - 6:311 G u n s m n k e WCMITII; 7 Gene A u l r y w e s t e r n : 7::m Tarzan a d v e n t u r e ; 3 Gan^iuMc;.-. ABC - 7 Dancing P a r t y ; 9 H n u r of Music. MBS - 7 Twenty Question-.. 7 : so Tht-iter of the A i r ; 8:3ti (juy i.nrn- hardo music; 9 Chicago Theater summer concert. ; Thf diameter of thp rim of Chubb Crater in N o r t h e r n Quebec averages 11.51m fret. The circumference is 6.8 miles. flavor--Junfe'l l l - l » - t f KGRH f / F.VKNI.IQ f!:00 Lombard.! on the Air 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 20 Questions 7:30 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals vs. P h i l a d e l p h i a Phill 10:00 News 10:15 Dance Orch. 10:30 Dance Orch. 10:55 News 11:00 Dance Orch. 11:30 Sign Off OUT OUR WAY THATS MO BANDIT-- YE GODS. DO TMFY WRITE i WHAT FOR? -\ND WHAT ASOU"* W6UMFER f OVOTHS.' REMFMBER LVOc. LF- EP SAV , HCKDERS OFTt-M WFC OLIT \t.'. TH' RCW ''Od..^. FOC? U'.J...... BORW THIRTY YEARS TOO SOOK F a . v f i t e v i l l c as p r i n c i p a l I n t h e a f i c r n n n barh(*rnp, t h e P i l - P payroll r' cnt u - i l l com* r - f f . m n r p " M a r dances." b.is-e!,,'ill and f i r e w o r k s . SUNDAY MOtNING 7:00 Freedom Story 7:30 Music for Sunday 1:00 Church ot Chrlit 8:30 Fayetteville Baptist Assn. 8:45 Central Baptist Church 900 Nazarene Chute'- 9:1S Central C h r i s t i a n Church 9:30 Voice of Prophecy 10:»0 Sicred Heart Prof i am 10:1,1 TIMES Morning News Edition 10:30 Tabernacle Choir 10:45 Harding Hymns 11:00 First Baptist Church SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12;00 News with Vandevente: 1 12:1! Piano Portraits 12:30 Show Tips end Show Tuuet 1:00 BASEBALL Brooklyn Dodgers Vs. Cincinnati Eerts 3:00 Under Arrest 3:30 Private Files ot Matthew Bril 3:5ft Bobby Benson 4:00 4:30 The Shadow True Detective Mysteries 5:00 5:30 . 5:55 Sunday Down South Nick Carter Cecil Brown SUNDAY NIGHT 8:00 Meet Your Congress 6:30 News 6:45 Christian Science Program 7:00 The Great Bay Show 7:30 Methodist Church 8:30 Favorite Stories 9:00 Top Ten 9:15 Top Ten 9:30 Top Ten 9:45 University Hour 10:00 News · 10:13 Political Picture 10:30 Sign, Off MONDAT MOKNING 5:30 Rise N' Shine 5.50 RFD 1450 B:00 Rise N" Hhine 6:30 Market Report and Weather 6:35 Rise K' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Korfee Kup Kapen 7:30 Otaico Newi 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapprs 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns Sunn- of the m a l e citizens of Piloam Springs .-irrii'l jjrowinj; Ijeartls fnr K r n n l i e r Days, but most of these are nhoul t h e ,-i^e of Slevie C ' r a w f n r d . six. : on of Mr. and M i s . Ren Crawford, shown at l e f t above g e t t i n g a h a i r c u t at the h a n d s nf be-whiskereri HIM her H a r r y S m i t h w h i t e Mrs. Crawford slanris hy. R i g h t , above, G r a n t I.aynr w a i l s in i h e Frontier nays j a i l w h i l e his partner, .1. C. M u r p h y I l e f t I pays his fine lo R u f u s Hrou-rt. m a n a g e r of the Chamber of Commerce, l . a v n e was charged \vilh i einj; clean s h a v e n . L e f t -- T h e man w i t h the town's most h a n r t - :.imv heard. K d w a r d "Heel" Hafrcdorn, displays the whiskers which may win him heard prowinR honors. (Carl TIMESKOTOS) event w i l l come on J u n e 24 when were issued p e n n i l s for ,«!i plus n ' 1 industries pay off t h e i r em- , onrt ro . ls , 1n ,,,,. s h a v ,, 1 B ni . Two-Day Celebration On June 23 And U Siafed; Barbecues And Parades Parts Of Program ployis in s l i v e r r i n ] l a v s -- n Ion nf ihe in ·worth a p p r o x i m a t e l y ?'!(),- (ift(). Other e v e n t s ranee f r o m a --block-long s q u a r e dance in the yrand p d r a d e fn;iUunig 25 h n r ^ f ii-awn \chiclef; I h p l i k e of w h i c h haven't been ?eon nnre g r a n d - f a t h e r WHF r d i i r t i n ' HRP. The city's M roots w i l l he h.irri- cadod at mirinisrht. J u n e 22. anrl the tnwn will move bark 71") odd years for 4R hour?. Aulomnhilep will he banned d u r i n g t h e hi£ pnrarlp t h e n m r n i n g nf the 2 4 l h , hut there will he plenty of wheels rolling--the iron tired variety. In- cludert in the parade w i l l be horse- drawn fire engines, hearse?, stase roaches, surreys, hugfrys and almost every other type of horsepower vehicle. Frontier DHVS crew out of Si loam Spi in^' a n n u a l p i r n i f , n f e a t u r e of l i f e here fnr 72 ye;irs. I"!ut )!^is year's cplobration w i l l l*e t h e Inrp^pt nnd most pnuriy on record. H IIHS a two-fold purpose -- fun for everyonr and to demon- slratt? w h a t i n d u s t r i a l payroll? mean fo the tov.-n. That's where the silver dol';ir payrl-ay eomes in. W i t h i h e p n \ - ro][p met in silver dollfirs, everyone in t o w n w i l l be a b l r to ?ce just wherr i h e money rome? fmni and whfi'r it Rnes. F i r m s w h i c h · : w i t ! shovel out !he s i l v e r dollars are the Pet M i l k T ' n m p n n y p l a n t , Plus? P o u l t r y p l a n t . F-Vittrrsnn . M a n i i f a f H i r i n s ("nrn.iany. A l i e n hnsiery pl.nnt. PntiTivm m.-uri- f r j c t u c e s wni'X PIV\ J I I H V c ' n t h n F . A l l r n I n d u s ' n i ' s c;it^ n n d processes f r u i t s and, '- f% 2 fl !-'!i;ec. | ! Bi!;'-inessTjcn of t h e tn\vn ,s';ir1- , ed s p i o u i i n n )f^:irds I H \veo!:; nan I anrl rome nf thfm h a v e prnduced ' t r u l v nn^.-rni" brsvrrc. W i t h t!ir exempt f r o m t h n w h i s k r - r rule i n thc-ory. B u t in p n i c t i r p t h e y are l i a b l e t i ) ho L'r;i!-l)rrl. loosed in i h r F r o n t i n r Days ".jail." a cajjp on M a i n s t r e e t , and doused In a Mork tank of water. The celebration suh-f i t 1 * d i "Sti 1 , er S t r i k e J u h f u l ! Mvm« Mnnda b u i n ( ' roped off ' p k n t y of mnm. R i, m a i i f i K r r nf t h e C h a m b e r 1 nf Cntr.mer'-e and nne of the mrn j who di earned up Frontier Day?, estimates i h n t l-'i.fnin or mnrp people w i l l a t t e n d the t w o - d a y cele- b r a t i o n . M o n d a y afternoon the N n r t h ' A r k a n s a s O a v a l m d e , ni«o up of horsemen frrtm all paris of t h e area, and v a n m n r i d i n p rlnhs, w i l l ride i n t o town lo jnm in ihf fun. Beginning nt. 4:30 p. m. t h e r e w i l l be A king-nixed b j r b e - cue nl the Pluss P o u l t r y plant. |! The "Silver Strike n q u a r e dance.' 1 covering two city blocks. \vili come off »t fli.in p. m.. eom- plete w i t h coverage hy U n i v e r s a l I n t e r n a t l n n a l NVwsreel crews a n d . television cameramen. Square dance rlubs f r o m towns t h r o u j t h n u l iho ar^a w i l l p a r t i c i p a t e . L a t e r . in (he the e v e n i n g I n d i a n s from O k l a h o m a w i l t whonp it up in a "war dance." The f o l l o w i n g Hay w i l l see Inn hie p a r a d e plus dedication of t h e : Pluss plant w i t h L. L. B a x t e r of i R t i M U n * "Alanruvrr" K u s h i r n , J a p a n ·-,?· - R u ^ i a n w a r s h i p s and plane?; are reported conducting war maneuver* off 'he eastern tip of HokkfiioVi. n n r t h c m most Japanese i s l a n d , Kyodo News Agency naid today. To Call tA-lVAr-OM* ; L i t t l e Rock - i/l'i-Twenty-ypar- nlrt A r k a n s a * men w i l l b»- f i i l - j p f t lo call In the Auiru.*t d r a f t . M H ). Carl E. Wells, chief of manpower d i v i s i o n , Selective Service, said today. j By Sue Burnett Designed to m a k e you look more slender bv jnrh-3-- .« chjrm- Inp afte.rnnnn frock t h a t «llm$ and t r i m s th« slighMy larger fiugre. Add n f l n - v f r houque* or your f a v o r i t e jr-u-Mry P a t t e r n No flfi2fl 1« a se.'v-rltit r*rforatpd p a t t e r n in sizes 3D, 38 40. 42, -(4. 46. 48, SO. 52. Siz* 3P/ short sleeves, 5 yards ot 33 -Inch! Some IriheK nf M e x i c a n I n d f n n s oner believer) they were descended from frees. The discovery n f - o t i R r t ; . snld at Sutler Creek. C a l i f "led to the bo- nanxa which made m a n y great fortunes in the West. AlvertU* !· the TWKS-- It pirn. f ! For this pattern, »e.nd 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, id* , Hr«-M. sir*s desirerl, and the PAT, T K R N N t J M B E K to Sue Burnttt. NorthwMt Arkansas Tim«$, 1150 Avp. Am^riras, New York 38, N. Y. Bnsfp FASHION for '52 In filled with idrap to make your clothe* budget no further -- tlme-Mving and economical deigns thtt irt *«sy lo sew. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 ce.nia. Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMIEKS CITY HOSPITAL. Phan. 1200 CAS. Phon. 2160 ACCOUNTINO-MODtRN (UIINIII COUKHI · CITY WATM PUNT. Ph*n. 771 LIGHT AND POWER. Phcni 2200. ·UTUAL Fill. Ph«n« 71 POLICE. Phon* II TRAIN FOR CIVIL SERVICE JOM SECRETARIAL -- STANDARD COUBBEI FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS PHONE (9 R O. DAVli. PftEB. AUTO G L A I 5 ' AUTO GLASS t MIRROR SHOP Automobile Gl»si Initilltd GI«»i Tablet -- Plat* Glaii -- Mlrron Mirror Rsjilvering, GlaKi Furnliuri Topi ALL WORK G U A R A N T E E D 1 1 9 West Meadow. Phon* 27ZO AUTO KUPPLJM '" " " M^^--··^·^ FAYETTEVILLE AUTO SUPPLY II EAST MOUNTAIN FAVETTEVILLE. ARK. FHONE tit Crankihaft Grinding Motor Rsbulldlni Parh For All Can and Trucla Washington County Firmen Mutual Fire Insunnco Organized 1922 1952 will be 200th Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Phon* 180 209 North Slock Strut KIWI ITANO · CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Fomurlr Fowl»r'« Frull ind N«wi Slind) "THE BIG LITTLE STORE" In FAYETTEVILLE t 41] WEST DICKBON PHONE 114 ·ODY IHOP- ·' rinn' l5o':l,nV,-o n n ' i h o 'v^'h^!'''"', r ''T" ti "";;"' ilC ''' n .' in "''"·' ' h f l r '' y 1im ' t!! ^""'"K *TMW I w n (lavs -i lc-i-1 ' " | . ' ^ n r l . K v n r y other m a i r ri!l?rn !hnMhP "whiskers arr [or Frnr.nrr i - . . . . . . - . . ,, f s h - u i n u a K c spnrts a wnnlly Ur.vs." visitors K«t a 5h"-' Iho · r r n n l i r r Dn.v.- wi)! lip oi.sor-r.,-i .:,,,,:,.,;,, |,.. Hrr |. n n d thp town in f i r s l -imp. they run i n t o a po..lrr an j . l u n r . 23 a n t l 24 in ITJ.I. s l a m - h s n r n r n r r a l has a fnr! of hat-over- -.vMnns m u l t o n chops or a state . S B O s s t y l e c o m p i r t p w i t h ,vr mp-ryohrmv swaccpr. j trooper w j i h a f u l l board, i whiskers, oi.iv.- harnmer rnms.i The lop (pa'llre of Ihp t w o - d a y ' S h a - I n c permit hnlrio.s v h o SINES BODY SHOP Spaclalizing tn Body ·nd Fvndtr Work, Painting. Safety Clan, UpholiUrlnj. Scat CoTiri. 227 W. Dlckion Phon* 196 CLEAHEKt « LAUNDRY 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M fl:30 Take. Number 10:00 Food for Thought )0:15 Linda's First !.nvo 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 R h y t h m Ranch Hands 11:15 R a t i c k a g p Commentary 11:25 Carl S m i t h 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical R o u n d u p 11:55 Market Report MONDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon ]2:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12.45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1 00 Ladies Fair 1:25 Afternoon V a n i t i e s 2:00 SnmHhinc Old J : I S Something N"v 2-30 Somelhine !Vn"'.'-M 2:45 S o m e t h i n g n i n e 3:00 S w i n g Sr'^.!'!!! 3.30 Tune Pickin' Tun" 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Time Pick'n Time 5'00 Rohhy Benson 5:30 Wild R i l l Hickork 5 55 Cecil Brown !i GALLON Vinilia Ice Cream 63c Holkind Irw. l«k*r Plnrrt June 2nd to 8th IS FRIGIDAIRE WEEK Call us for an Appraisal on Your Refrigerator Phone 35 Special Liberal Allowances CITIZENS LAUNDRY j, DRY CLEANERS Quality -- Service 326 N. West Phone 2146 JOHNSON PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACT OX REPAIR Corner Spring and School. Phon* 1040 i IIDVICI ITATIONI- WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL CAR! "··ir" Whnl Allfamtni Who! Balinctaf FRAME AMD AXLE STRAIGHTENING 113 S. COUIOE, FAYETTEVIUt. ARK. PHONE 772 ORUO »TOHt -- · Complete Drug Stor« Service. Free Delivery from 7:30 A. M. to 10:00 f M. Phont 677 . . . PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agenc 422 Dlckion St. Fiynlltylllo, Ark. »M»« rrooi- cuoceitY LAND'S GROCERY WE DELIVER "Right on the Hiway--Right on th» Pr/ce" 900 N. COLLEGE PHONE 111J Also LOANS LICENSED PAWNBROKER ROCHIER'S JEWELRY SOUTH SIDE SQUARE i tquom- 19 NORTH BLOCK ST. PHONE 35 SAM'S LIQUOR STORE 'i Most Up-To-Oot* 1 L Mountain Ul* PEERY SIGN AND ELECTRIC SIGHS -- NEON -- ELECTRICAL WIRING 1 - D A Y SERVICE ON NEON REPAIRS FREE ESTIMATES ON ELECTRICAL WORK 132 SOUTH SCHOOL PHONI 1*01 TAXI H.1VICI- M I L K FAYETTEVILLE MILK CO. PASTEURIZED - HOMOGENIZED 130 North Wort ·*·«· IK 400 W. DICK8ON 0-K TAXI CO. Our Cibl lit now equipped with I-wi* Radio lo (jl«« you iMlltr MIT|C*. Fet Prompt Tlxl ft.r»lc« c«U Th« Ntw ROYAL Fomily c-n h«lp You if H»trt it typing to w. New lletlrn. New Stanrfarol. H«v P»fr»M«x ALEXANDER TYPEWRITER 0. ·ALES PHONt Me ·

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