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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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*.-« l«.»M4,-(H,r f~Tl M " r ' °ONT I! n / new HOT IT is. j ' ( v.'EVE GOT TO KEEP I '·· ^, THf, FITONT DOW ----- ic. *'·'·--r CLOSE Mew York CM* Ms Thif (it** Out Piper DoHs b Ng Profitable Buiness «Kc over the pap~ and then J U / |J U nrn pr e folding it). In leis than Jive min-j "OUIQ naiTieSS utes she had t girl's head--the 1 \ / I Li pink was her face, the yellow her j VOICQDO N GO t curly hair, the purple her hat, the · '·» j IIEACS STAPLED TO WAXED AWIBESTEMH [SAM, BTING IN ! I THAT SMALL. I NCVtP ASkT /WV TO DO AM/THING For Electricity red her lips, the blue her eyes. . "This is really an old Polish |art," said Mrs. Esan, looking a r t y : Mexico City-(/P)-A Texas chem- paper to empty eg* shells a n d ' fr " m Mtxlco ' ! active nine-year- use them for ornaments on Christ- I o l c t volcano, Paricutin, to produce mas trees" !cheap electricity for the country's . . . I West Coast. F.. H. Digmowity of Donnteon, Texas, said he had submitted plans to the Mexican government Aiake Life-Sized Flidren I She learned the knack while i r^^ 0 rrjr;,;£ · «*«»-' TM: intrigued her, and she practiced : ?,,_, u ,, . ' rannsco Oarcla ai ^n _ :.junto, me umversitv of Mexico's at nome. i . . , L . · .«CAH.US ,,,. ,, . chief chemist, was working with For a year," she says, "my, him I poor father ate scrambled etn=\ TM- ·. ^ ,. . . h.v. ..« I Digmowity said this is his plan: n a ( * « K , H o t lava from " every rlay, so I could shells to practice on." Gradually, she abandoned the ejr;fc and li?r designs b«;ame more intrica the volcano miles west of Mexico City would be channeled into a big pit to heat coils of cobalt pope. Water circ- _,!,,,.,,,, , . .--- -- i ulating in the pipes would be con- flarleNew York P Te r ,/T,ore nea nd! Verted inln S ' Pam ' which would waf i'mm^atTcommistned 3 "o ""T ^ *TM^°"- do some for the window. p^^I,^ ^^Three' "You can do I'aper doll cutters Erica and Harold Ecan at work. just as well on the kitchen table," they admit. BT RICHARD KLEIVF.R I r» sh ion paper productions that are New York -(NEA I -Erica Ejrsn | startling. They ran make a 15- is a little old to be making with : foot slalm? for a store window. Only she had to lie a little to get the job--she sairt the picture showed a life-size figure (which it didn't) and that she had made many life-size figures (which she hadn't) and that she'd make the store life-size ones (which she did). per cent of the cost of ordinary power. Deilh Toll For Mar Highest On Record Business Mushroom* j ChiC3go-«P)-The nation's death All they use are paper, scissors,' toll for May shot up to 3.ISO- scoring instrument (they use a . t h e highest May figure on record, National Safety Council an- paper dollies, so she rails it paper Or a 60-foot eagle for a bond i savved " off in J p ctor razor blade.ithe National Safety sculpture. But it's still paper dol-1 drive. Or a °inv inm-alin* 1 ' b u t you can do il with a spoon) jnounced today, lies, only grown-up and refined | Christmas lr oe ornament I a n d somethin * ° f "ten the so it's almost a fine art. Mr:, Esan took a sheet'of pink'S,TM- "'""""'· I"* E "" S "'' Using ordinary craft paper and j and yellow and purple paper a n d 1 - y ' sn ' cy Use ' tmv an ordinary pair of scissors--plus isiime little pieces of red and'blue extraordinary imagination-- ] She snipped and curled an and , . . , . - · 1 ~ . . . t , j . i i » a i m \ , u i ICU a i l U shejindjier husband, Harold, camsrnrcd (which is running a sharp OUT OUR WAY By j. R. Williams ,,,..,, ,J CLOUD HOT* OUT TMt «UN. TMt J OOINOUS yiKIN» »W«VLt TO »TKBir;iNi HOAf. ^ _~i Tt* cioup-- MILLIONS , 9WW MOllOIti Of FtVINO I lecUSTj--It ALL MOUND ilg. Sf Wl WOCi LIKE A MONSTROUS, KRITHIN6 BLANKET OS THE LUSH GBEEtl T5-;? ··") PlSlC 1 NEVER CAN (SET THESE HOODS BACK. OW A DISH WITHOUT SLIPPISTAN'SPLASHIM' TH' STUFF /(ROUND--BUT MY IDEA HERE DOES AWAY WITH ALL THAT.' YOU STRETCH TH' TH1WS OVEE TH' STOOL FEET. SLIP TH' DISH UNDER AN' LET feR. GO/ WELL, IF VOU'RE A'S LA-ZV ABOUT WASHING THE STOOL FEET A.S VOU ARE VOUK OWN, I THINJK YOU'LL DROP THE I15EA.' GSM ^. mn ... . stapler and gummed paper tape. The t h i n g has mushroomed FO fast since they first started that I it's spilling over into many fields.' They've made paper caricatures Truth or Consequences. On The Radio New York-Wj-Tuesday night: NBC--7:30. Barrie Craig; 8:30, Are Funny; North; 8 The for a television network, paper CBS-- 7. People wall decorations for modern ! 7:30, Mr. and Mrs. apartments, paper displays for the: Lineup. Metropolitan Opera -- and now i ABC -- 7. Mayor of Times they're producin; a kit for chil- 'Square; 7:,W, Katlii Morris Drama; drcn to play with at home, a n d | 8 , America's Town Meeting. a paper sculpture pattern service. ' MBS-- 7:30. Story of Dr. Kil- The Egans, who made up the d a r ( '; 8: 30, Mysterious Traveler. name for their r.realirm, maintain trim studio near New York's furniture de- Rusty Callow, coach of the Navy crew, has been active in Boy Scout Bowery. There, signed special by Harold Egan, work for 27 years, He holrts the they work with all sorts of tools | Silver Bear award, one of the and all kinds of paper. "Rut." they whispered, , .highest scouting honors. Bdkrc H orMrf d.MUW KITCHENS of Fort Benning.Gd. CAUGHT A FOX! MITHA CKTIM6 KOOf E ME -raiEO AS-.EDHW WHO DISCOVERED AMERICA. AND VOU TOLDVSURE.HFi? OLJK ',;-*' w CTAES, wH«r] .'f. A FApyiou'jov ·:'·· BEAunaiL /NTWIFONLY" CITY! J IT r-oes-j'T TDKNI KKHt.lT'S REAL! THANK GOOONE39..., RESIMNTS OF CASCRNES STRHT Coi^e.Switzerland FROM NOV. 21 st To JAN.26"! NEVER see Hit SUN.' FHE STPEET PfiQ/tLL£LS THE BASE OF A MOUNTAIH NANLNN'S HAT LEFTftT THE CTE PCOCOPE AS SECURITY FOR (V DRINK TAB "you! ,,.. T 7 can do just as well on the kitchen ·' ,. " hcn th(! Detroit Tiger! opened table with a paper bag some l h e 19S2 seafon . one-third of their writing paper and a nail scissors." Points Out Few Women Holding Public Office Boston-WVDistrict .Turtle Surah T. Hughes of Texas said today "women's lack of real influence in Government is demonstrated by j the few women holding public of; fire." She told the l l t h biennial con-! vention of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs that "considering the number of public officials, women can hardly be said to have approached a fair share of public recognition." The Washington Redskins o( | the NFL have played only one | scoreless tie in their history. That Was asainst the New York Giants on Oct. 1, 1939. Keep «p HM ttnn-- rat I Thrifty Sewing For Girls LAUGH TIME AM OU(XSCT»««O« TV wmWEP.'T -- IT'S OOT A T«J1SIC CMABM- BUT, IT'S HOT WlfTXlT MUMOB. IT't *OOTM!N', HJT. AT TM' TIMC ITS FXClT.M'» «or muni*.'. - TWERELl AH -y 1XXUM.7 AH Wl'.l. NEV4H [XJ CHAMCEOTA ^WARN'T \ VORL DB.1WR.WJS JvCirHIKJ' LIFETIME -6UTAM ) ARTISTIC L SVERE TH 1 ^MV PROFESHUM, ENUFF. R CIK.'EST OF NEITHER.? )ALI. . TH'OOBOF CKKCONT "At tvtnfli MUTM Man U proof enoufh that wouwa cu Ukt a jokt" TI1ESDAT F. M. · :0fl Dinner Music IMS Starlijht Tinw «:3I News (1:S Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:4S Lombsrdo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Cincinnati Reds 10:15 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off WEDNESDAY A. M. »:30 Rise 'n Shin* S'50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 8:30 Markets and Weattw 6:35 Rise N" Shine 7:00 KoHee Kup Kapen 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh-- M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hj-mns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Take A Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:1.1 Random Rhythms 10:30 Quec.T for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Nows-- M 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Reports 88151 MO x't. by Sue Burnett Two prctly outfits in one pattern for your two to i?n miss. A simple princess-lin«d s u n t l r e s s with simple bonnet to match. And it's a dainty party frock with the pert I button-on top. Pattern No. M15 is · jew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes J, 4 (I », 10 years. Size 4, dress m yards of 39-Inch; bonnet, ?* yard; top ^n yard. ' Tor this pattern, nend' Me (or RACK, in COINS, your name, ad- itrrw, rties rlrslrwl, and th* PATTERN NUMBEK In fur Burnett Nnrthwwt Arkansas Time*, 1IM Av«. Am«rioaa,New York M, N, Y. Bate fASMtON for »J » fflKtf with MM* tc main your budftl r furthtr - ttew... and **ooomkal ftmtgin that WEDNESDAY P. M. 12:0.0 Jordainaircs 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwaenn .lamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 'l:00 BASEBALL Game of the Day St. Loins Browns Vs. Cleveland Indians 2:30 Afternoon Varieties 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune 1'ick'n Time *M Tune Plck'n Tlm« 4:JO Tune Plck'n Tim* 5:00 The Merry M«i1miin ,VM Sonus of the B-Bnr-B S:,1S Cecil Brown !i GALLON w^^^^^w i%w vl^MHH 63c

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