|i^-NOITHWIST ARKANSAS TUMI. fÂ«vÂ«INÂ»HU, WtedriMday, Juno It, 1952 The Courts Shelton. Wheeler alleged his car struck a horse owned by Shelton. Circuit Court Ed Dillard of Drentwnod filed I a $59,000 damage s u i t against nay- C. O. Pardue of Sprinailale. ! montl C M _ a n l 1 y " Kansas City, finer! .51 and costs in M u n i c i p a l ' ^Â°.- alleging t h a t he was struck Court on a charge of f a i l u r e tn and injured hy Mauley's car as he reckless d r i v i n g . The police re- yield the right-of-way, appealed; crossed Highway 71 at Rrontivood : port, filed w i t h the court, showed the decision to Circuit C o u r t . ' D b ,, ' . .,,,,,:,,,, 1h ,, , t h a t a patrol car chased Calico at where hearing opened t h i s morn- "Â·'"Â·"iber 11, 13.il. Alleging t h a t ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ing without jury. Pardur. was , Ihc d e f e n d a n t was operating "^ found guilty in connection with a | car at "excessive speed." D i l l a r d March 18, 1!)52. accident in which his truck collided w i t h a car driven by Mrs. Harlan Stephens of Fayetleville. seeks $3,000 for medical and hos- p i t a l expenses; $6,000 for loss of earning power; and $50,0110 for permanent i n j u r y . In a second suit filed in Circuit Morrison. The j u d g m e n t s a r e a s k - c o m b S t r e e t . ed in the sale of. and alleged non- avment for chirkTM fenrf rtairv n, f M H h hog feed and other supplies. Â£^3Â£Â£Â£Â» l ' ^ v TM *Â»Â»**^ Â·- ANOLPHeAer OP 'i\ n ! O-i.vtl.COO.-if v"" A WOI-TTP'X LA'^T VÂ£EK SHE BAKED * ME The Jury yesterday afternoon awarded Eugene W. Wheeler ment for $25 against T. PAPAS TpviN'.; I Jjffi, TVWTfe THE WIRE ED AND I PUT ABOUND IT. SCENE; A RUBBER WECLAIMIWG raCTORY. ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE A help on the job Don't 1ft hours drag. OUT OUR WAY THEY MUST SENSE WORK.' IF THAT WAS SOMETHIM6 I DIDN'T WAKIT ALL MASHEP UP, EVERVBODV THAT WEWT I BV WOULP PEOR PROBE AK1P SLLISH ARD1IMTP IW IT. BUT THIS I WANT BEAT UP. * MAYBE THAT SFCOM IS TOO MUCH LIKE A SHOVEL-MAYBE A TEASPOON) -- WELL. THAT \= SETTLES TOAT ARGUMENT J ITS FUWMV HOW SOU CAW WOBK THINGS our BV A DISCUSSION! Â£dfeve ft or Nat I WOMfN, fOR IXMPLf... IIKE TUAT MB. IMltNTlNI. THtY ALWAYS WORPY ABOUT VOU..,YOUR 008... THE DANGER. MEANT NOTHING TO ME, CHRIS. CAN DRAW PICTUPES WHILE HOLDING OVER HIS HEAD fin-is. MR KLL/ 13Efep?vfe4 OFDHARKANATH Bdroda. India ^. \-\ ISO-FEET HI6H VISITED ANNUALLY BVW.OOO PILGPIMS WHO BELIEVE If WAS BUILT IN A SINGLE NIGHT THIS GUV DON'T RVGMJFRY. I ACT RIGHT... /Â· WAIT I I OUGHT*, \ WHAT WE / TRV SPECIAL KICK TH SLATS I DO NOWPJ BARGAIN tÂ» OUTATH' LOT /--^_ ofi 3CARE ON OF YUH.' J/ ^AKffK. HIM.' (-OR JUMP1N' INDIAN PREFACE L05E-UM RIGHT WHAT SAY WE TRY THAT A6AIN ? WITH MORE WOOF IN TH' WAUGH; (- ivf anvf HKrin i n .IfSTRLM Al.OMG, AN' J BCtrER RETURkJ FIND *V mc lo^s, AN voucc.rir ^ OIT HIM A APl.AVMATCj 1 SHAV'M'KIT.'. ment for services and supplies. to return home Sunday. Mr. and Mrr. -lack D^nforth aid M..Â«;/Â·:Â»Â«! fVtur* son, Timmy, of Sunset Drive, have Municipal VÂ»OUrr Knne to .Spokane. Wasn., wnn-e Art C. Calico of Drakes Creek, j they are spending the month of arresled a f t e r a two-mile chase I June visiting Mrs. Danforth's par- last n i p h t bv citv oolice. forfeited ! *'iits and other relatives. a .1-2. cash bond when he failed lo ' . appear in answer lo a charge of c TM b c i Auxiliary of Ihe Episcopal Church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Louie Heerwanen on Highway 08 west. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served. Jim Bro.^cJon, who is on furlough throush the city streets u n t i l C a l l - ^ from the Army, has Rone to Den- co's a u t o m o b i l e was wrecked at ; ver. Colo., where he will visit his Ihe i n t e r s e c t i o n nf Spring nnd brother^ Hulcn Brosdon. He was Willow Streets. Lane, bpth of Springdale. Mrs. Lane will visit her sister, Mrs. Ralph Howard of Enjlewood. Colo. The Fidelis Sunday School Edwin McClain of Minneapolis. : Class of Ihe First Baptist Church Springdale apainst T Fu/int, . . r w i . - - " ' _ 2 Court, Fox Deluxe Foods. Inc., of Minn., is in Sprinqdale v i s i t i n g his i' m(1 t Monday niar.t a! Ihe home of ^____.___ Sprtngdale, seeks j u d g m e n t s of ; mother. Mrs. E f f i e Snell, and his .'Mrs. Auliry Thompson on High- ^Â·^^Â·^Â·"Â·Mj S7R8.!)2 and $ 1 1 1 . 7 1 against A n d y iister, Mrs. Cordelia Poo, on Hoi: wn . v 71 north. A Bible discussion ... , was hyjd instead of the regular Rov and Ray Turner, t w i n sons ' devotional. Mrs. R. L. Gosnel! is of Mrs. Frances Turner, l e f t Sun- i I"* 1 'TMcher nf t h e class. At the day morning hy motorcycle f n r , clwe of the evening refreshments i K i n d e r , La., in visit Mrs. Turner's! wcre 5C ^ ^ 1 _ 1 ^ V t h e Ilos les5. ' hrnthf^r i n - l a w nnrt sister, Mr. and j * ' Mrs Hubert W. Lambert. On t h e i r : way they slopprrt a( Shrrveport , 1 to visit Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Carlson. ' | The Winsome Sunday School j 'Class nf DIP First Baptist Church i mot Tnosdnv niiiht at the homo of The F.ny Seoul Executive Board Mrs. W. A. Hnrdister. Mrs. Har- Â· M the Westark Area Council will Boy Scout Executive Board Scrs Meeting Walker Brothers, Int-.. of ; Sprincdale filer! suit for $519.48 against K. L. Paap, in a move to j collect for Cervices and gmirix. Another suit was filed agniiiFt Harrison, L. E. Harrison, and W i l l i a m C. Harrison. Hoinc business ns Oznrk Dniry s jned'o'ver the meeting and a]?o Park near Window. J. Clib'Bartoni Supply Company of Rentonville. j brought the devotional. At the , council president, announced today The p l a i n t i f f s seek a $540.43 judg- ! close of the evening refreshments j in Fort Smith. Â·^^=^=^z-^=z.--^=-. Â· \vere served hy the ho.'tess. Five j Board members will tour the members of the class were pres- | Scouts' camp in the park begin- rltster, president of the class, sided over the meeting t Mnndnv at Devil's Den State La".TPnt:G Simond? of Emma Avenue, who lias been a pins at 5 p.m. and will have supper in the dining hall at 6:15 p.m. A short business meeting will follow student at the University and also j the supper. an employe of the Springdale i Pharmacv, has gone to Tulsa. i _ r . j |Ok1a.. where he will be employed. mCrCOSS KepOrted Will Ingrum of the Rarmon community was taken to the County Hospital Tuesday morning. He will receive medical t r e a t m e n t . In Prices Of Food Npw York-(jT)- Wholesale food The t r i p was made in a Callison- j prices turned upward slightly Sisro a m b u l a n c e . . I this week, according to the Dun The June mecJine of the St.! arrd Bradstreet food index after : Raphael's A l t a r Society was held registering small declines in the J R William! Â£ rl:5 - v , nigh ' a t t n e h ? m ? Tn [ u previous two weeks. j . i\. W i l l i a m s Raymond Keeper of "1 u Street. Mrs. Conrad Â« Holcomb H a m m a n d compared presided over the business meeting. ;md Mrs. Bruce Vaughnn. Jr., read t h ? treasurer's report. Mrs. Garvin M a r t i n i was awarded the door prize. Refreshments were served to 23 members of 'he socip'y. New members wrre: ATis. Paul Kunce, ! | Mrs. Dwight Phillips. Mrs. Lrn ' i Sullivan and Mrs. Lcr Thole. The : ncxl meeting will he held J u l y 7 j at the home of Mrp. Marvin Mart i n i on Holcomb Street. with 5R.-13 last week and was 8.8 per rent below the year-ago level of S7.07. On The Radio New York-Wl-Tonighi: NBC - 7 Halls of Ivy; 7:30 Great GiUler?lec\ e: a Groucho Marx The Tholma Raghy Cird- nf the Quiz' 8:30 Bip Slory Wnmpn's Missionary Sociotv of l h c | C BS - 7 BiR Town; 7:30 Dr. First Baptist C h u r c h mrt Tuesday ; C h r i r t j a n . 8 Rcri skcl(on Comedv ' " Â· - Â· Strer-t. There were 11 present including the guests. At the close of the program refreshments were served by the hostess. The C h r i s t i a n Mrn's Fellowship . of the Northwest District of Ar- | kansas met for the q u a r t e r l y meeting at the First C h r i s t i a n Church Monday night. The Kev. Floyd Iieggett, former minister of the Rogers Christian Church, was the \ guest, speaker. Mr. Leggett i? now j the minister at the First Christian I Church at Wealhcrford. Texas, and | also teaches at Texas Christian J University. Charles Decker of , Rogers, president of the orgam'7a- . tion, was in charge of the program for the evening. Mrs. Claude Rust and son. Â· Michael, of Backus Avenue, has cone to Texas for the week, lo visit i friends and relatives. They plan : It's ColorfuF Versatile i "' y ' j A BC - 7 Mystery Theater; 7:30 j Tn P Guy Drama; 8 Mr. President. MBS - 7 Musical Comedy Hour; ! 8:05 Out of the Thunder, Science; 8:30 Family Theater. WEDN 6:00 Dinner Music 8:19 -Starlight 7imÂ» 6:30 f^ows 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Way ns King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:05 Dwight Eisenhower 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Brooklyn Dodgers 10:15 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY MORNING 5:30 RJse N'Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 0:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:00 Koffee K u p Kapert 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurlcieh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition B:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Take a N .mb-- Â· 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for n Day 8838 32-Â«6 By Sue Burnett The type of frock you depend on i all summer for a crisp, unwilled ! look. This hrief-sleovcd sty's j eomes in a wide range of ri7.es,. will Ix 1 ideal in colorful cottons, ! that l a u n d e r with a minimum of ; care. . Paltern No. pn.ift is a sow-rile Â· perforated p ^ i l e r n in si7es 32, 3 4 . ' 36, 3R 40, 42, 44, 46. Si/e 34, 5Is yards M Hfl-inch. , Knr this pattern, send 30c for | EACH, in COINS, your name, ad- i dress, sines desired, nnd the PATTERN NUMREK to Sue Burnett,] Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 ; Ave. Americas, New York 3Â«, N. Y I Basic FASHION for '52 Is filled ' w i t h Ideas te make your clothes budget EO f u r t h e r -- tlme-savlnR j and economical dttiRns that arc easy to sew. Olft pattern printed inside. 85 cnnt.1. 'Thank (oodiMM! At lut he't becinnini to ihow tlgni of generMity.' 11:00 R h y t h m Raneh Hancis 11:15 BauckaRe Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Chvrch of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Mr.rkcts THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL Chicago White Sox Vs. Philadelphia Athletics 2:30 Afternoon Varieties 3:00 SwinK Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Tim* 5:00 SRI. Preston ol tho Yukon .V30 Sky King 5:55 Cecil Hrown EVERYTHING M nUMIINO ami SUfPlin FAYETTEVILLE IRON .nd METAL CO. Â·OVttMMiNT AVI. SUPER!
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