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June 12, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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14 MORTMWHT ARKANSAS TWMS, teyHtovillt, Arfnm«. Thursday, JUM 12, l»51 CiNMEU. UPOSONEEP5 9OM6 Doe,sjx.' Wr PINT KNOW Y J HAVE A RELATIVE i« ffOM wipe \CAMWWN PICTURES LIKE net TO SHOW Hf 4Uff POGS. HEARTH, PoS, INWIPIINTf Of WllTlUL n K«N j*. . , , COUNTRY. BOSS. BABIES IS with the Committee on Scholarships, University of Arkansas, Student Union Building. Fayetteville. The Courts Chancery Court Frances Jacquelyn Webb vs. ' t t c v i l l e residents a'nd Kiwaiiis A l l n u r Edward Webb: Decree of families today were invited by ' divorce granted to pla - _ ' the Lincoln Kiwanis Club to at- Kiwanians In Lincoln Sponsor Chicken Barbecue Ark. - (Special I - Fay- In "Fatal Weakness'" Cost . storing maiden name to ''Byrne " ' tend a chicken barbecue to be j i, n ,., n r ,,,,.,,,, ,, j ! held Thursday, .lune 19, at 6 p. m., i ' , G e r l r u d e °" a '' d vs. at the Lincoln High School gym- i vri r '" arri ' Decree of divorce! nasii/m. President J. F. Yatcs of the Lincoln c l u b said a speaker w i l l be oblaincd, and the Lincoln High School Band will play. An i n v i l a l i n n is extended all Northwest Arkansas residents to attend the barbecue. Pat Ryan, Lincoln superintendent of schools. Tittle, Lincoln mer- c h a n t , attended the Tuesday noon session of the Fayettcville Ki- w a n i s Club to extend the invitation. Proceeds w i l l go to civic anr: y o u t h projects under direction of the Lincoln Kiwanis Club. grantcd to plaintiff. Marriages Horrace Raymond Christian, Snyder, Texas, and Miss Barbara Ann Colbert. Tulsa. were married J u n e 11 by Chancellor Thomas F Butt. Sloan Million, Pocahontas, and Miss Mary Lou Barry. Clarcmorc. Okla., were married J u n e 10 by the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. Thomcs R. O'Meara, Urbana, 111., Thncl Miss Carol Davidson. Fayettcville, were married June 9 by the Rev. Charles E. Brubakcr. F.dmond A. Bollcn, Hector, and Miss Nancy Howard, Fayettcville, were married J u n e 7 by the Rev. Waller L. Johnson. Carle C. Linddcll and Miss lanchc Marie Radcr, of Faycttc- , were married May 31 by the ficv. D. L. Dykes. Jr. Jacob C. Agce, Pine B l u f f , and Miss M a r t h a Jeanne McCrackcn, J u n e 1 *,. 10 by the Rev. Harold Esgensper- i .^ and Dallas. I Leading members of Ihe cast of "Fatal Weakness", a play which will I be presented by t h e University Summer Theater Workshop next week, ;.re Mrs. J u a n i t a Fail-child, left, Mrs. Karlo Smith, and Fred Kerr, all of Fayettcville. The play w i l l bcKin at 8 p. m. in the Arts^Center Theater on June 10, 17, 19, 20, and 21 and is open to the pufflic. . (Pnska TIMESFOTO) Today's Marker-- SI. Louii Lirttiock i National Stockvards. III.-(/Pi-1 ! USDA-Hogs 7,500; 180 Ibs up | . . . . . . · I l i o d - J i a l e l y H C t i v e to 40 to 50 high- I W , wish i J m a n k Jur"noi 0 hhnr .,,, j e r ; lighter kinds slow, steady to : Jrirnd" for th'iJ-kilidneM «51 «»- I 25 lower; sows, staqs and boars I nressions of sympathy during our re- 1 mostly steady: 180230 Ibs 2II.V.i-! ccnt t,1 rcavc ! n 'i'; t - v , ,., ,,. -- ·· · · Mr. and Mrs. Karl Walker C.HE CLAIM f,HE HfAPS GIGGLING "~""~ THAI' VOlJ LI. Rh' I ATI-DAG WOOL? CAN \Oll V/OPK A FEW MINUTES OVERTIME TONIGHT AND HELP WITH THESE Mason Scholarship To Be Available Again WU-WUO W AM, ARE YOU, ·' MAMMA- MAV I A r WILL A5K? .^L. EXPLAIN LEADING ME Aki/-r«/ / INTO AN ANOR /- / UNDEP*ORLD TRAP M4MMA-TMIS IS CX7T VIEW. MBS VIEW. MRS. CDS. r^ Mason scholarship at the University available again this i.'oy or girl resident of Benton or C.nlhoun county, it was announced today. The scholarshi p i o x i m a t c s Ihe a m o u n t of student fees for one vcar. is given bv Mrs. Helen H. Mason in me late hu:,'jand. Dr. R. Coin Ma- noted scientist and a graduate of Miss Barbara Lou Sho Applications for th Texas, were married must be filed not later than July the Rev. D. L. Dvkcs, Jr. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams ISN'T THIS ENOLJ6H? WO/ I'M SMOKING--WHY? WE'RE ALL OOIM BATTY-AT ALL SHOW AMP GAME'S; I MISS HALF OF THEM. WATCHIMG CAEPETEP WITH FLOWERS L COULP REMEMBER A AWP HAMBURGER YEAH' I MADMT WASHED THEM VET.' !Btiie?e J* or Not! YCIJ DO MR. SEKB VCJ Off TO SOW6 riwr UKt TIMBUKTJ. |UT WV, CHIEF, I CLEARED UP THAT UTAH OiU WEUTROUIUF. StlMS TW OWNERS OF THE LAND DISCOVERED COL* AND MCIOED THEY WON'T W«|NT ANY OIL WtLLS. IUT IT'S AtL OVER. JETTLED. /'GOOD WORK SAWVER. HAVE ANY TROUiLE' oo. vou REALIZE MOW UTTlt T1MC W| UAVt OH...NOT MUCH.TW USUAL ROUTINE. DEAR GOODNESS! TWO KILLINGS, ONE PLANE «A$«, fOUR ATTEMPTS ON YOU? LIFE, A DESIGNING WlDOW-AND YOU " L11T ROUTIHE! TO WAKE A REPORT, CHRIS. Vti, CX3350NI IT.' I'M OOIN TO MIL THt OFFICE AND A5K ABOUT A. VACWIOM. nr i 7 ~ ~ W That Wonder Pair SWALLOWED W LIARS/ CWV SCRAPED FROM ITS WILLS 15 mtXED WITH WATER AND A WITNESS' STORY IS BELIEVED ONLY IF HE CAN THE ONLY JUDGE IN ENGLAND'S ENTIRE WSTDfiV WHO WAS TRIED FOt MURDER/ CHIEF MSTKE OF CHESTER. WWTCHA / YOU JUMP-UM AW, VOTRE CRAZY.' I FELL IN H6RE TKY1N' TO GET AWAY FROM A DAME... ...YOU SAVVY ·\UG!WE5AWYV~ -\TWE TURN YOU SOUAW,B4GLJKE^RiiEFACE / S O U A w N LOOSE.YOU /OKAY JUMP ME INDIAN SECRET BEAK...RUN I BROTHER LIKE DEER? l\ W MUCH I Wf; ALL GOT TROUBLE! \ TROUELEI UMGOLD! NUTHIN TO V YOU WE! By Sue Burnett NOT VIT.7-YO SPEI.r -VORi; H»Ml WMON8 OM THF.Sr. ABOPP SHUN PAPERS SPFU MMMT. on wr. t'NATCHESlVTBABI, AN'nit, wirr. CHIIIUK] AWAV YO'.'.'- THA'iS TH' SCAT.V -- FUM NOW ON, WK ' FAMDIX'. 1 ma; 7:30 Defense Attorney; 8 Ted -Mack's Amateurs. MBS - 7 Modern Casanova; 7:3ff Hardy Family; 8:05 Rod and Gun I Club; 8:30 Reporters' Roundup. : 85: li^ht sprinkling No. 2's 20.0021.00; ctirly for weights u n d e r 210 Ibs; 240-270 Ibs 10.75-20.50: few 280-325 Ibs 18.50-19.50: choice 150170 Ibs 18.50-in.75: 120-140 Ibs 16.25-18.00; sows 400 Ih 5 down 17.25-18.00; heavier sows 100017.00; slags 14.00-16.00 Cattle 1.200; calves 1.000; vcal- ers 1.00 lower; few sales commercial to average Rood steers and heifers 20.00-31.50: u i i l i i t y down to 23.00: u t i l i t y and commercial cows 21.00-23.50; odd head 24.00; canncr and cutler sows 1 S O O 21.00; shelly canncrs 15.50 down; u t i l i t y and commercial hulls 2.1.0026.50: good and- choice valors 28.00-34.00; prime 35.0fl-36.nn; u t i l i t y and commercial 21.00-2700 Sheen 400: very d u l l , light sprinkling early sales choice to prime spring lambs 28.00-50; f u l l v 50 lower; no early sales other classes; some bids 1.00 lower on aped sheep: not enough done to fully establish market trend. On The Radio New York-l/Pi-Toniaht: N'BC - 7 Father Knows Rest: 7:30 N a t i o n a l golf t o u r n a m e n t ; R Dragnet /Irama; 8:30 Counter Spy. CBS - 7 Mr. Keen; 7:30 FBI; R Mr. Chameleon. ABC - 7 Marlenc Dietrich rtra- Keep ip wtla Ik* (met--read 'he Tons *»U». BVIN1NQ 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tim* '#|jlt 6:30 Newl 6:15 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous I 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Rod and Gun Club 8:30 Reporters Roundup 9:00 News 0:05 Modern Casanova 9:30 Just Music 10:0(1 News 10:1.-) Plalter Party 10:30 Platter Party - " :3n Si « n FUDAJ MOENINd 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 4:30 Markets and weather 6:35 Rise N 1 Shine 6:45 Slock Talk Time 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapera 7:30 Ota:co News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers B:00 Robert Hurleigh News-- M" 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Editiin 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns !):00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News 9:30 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 . !1:!5 Bauckage Commentary , 11:25 Carl Smith | 11:30 Church of Christ ' 11 M.i Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report FRIDAV AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News -H Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Sage 1:00 Ladies Fair ' A f t e r n o o n Varieties "He'R not M cheap M he uned to b*-I luppoic Iff dufl to inflation!" Sew two a l t r a c t v e n u l t t s one pattern! A simple, appealing sundress t h a t captures r v n y lirew.r. Add Ihe d e f t l y f i n i n g and you've Ihe smartest costume you'll f i n d . Pattern No. 8792 is a sew-rilr perforated p a t t e r n in sizes II p 13. 14. 16. 18. 20. Size 12. di^^' I!1 ! yards of 3!)-inch; jacket! short sleeve, 2 yards. For this pattern, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name. art. dress, sizes desired, and the PAT. TERN NUMBER lo Sue Burnett Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150, Avo; Americas, New York 38 N Y ' Basic FASHION for '52 is flli«ii with Ideas to make your clothe*' budget go further -- limp-savlns' unit economical dNlgns that are I pattern 2 oo Something Old . '·M"' Somelhing New 2.30 Somelhing Borrowed 2:15 Something Blue 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tun.: Piik'n Time 5:00 The Green Hornet Wild Bill HickoK 5:55 Cecil Brown SUPER!

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