Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 2, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 2, 1952
Page 10
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y, My 1, IfSl Etakowen Observe Nfli Amfversiry Of Their Wedding; Go To Chicago This Week Drnvor-f/Pi-The Eisenhowers-- Dwifht «nd Mamie--took time off from the political merry-go-round yesterday to celebrate their 36lh wedding anniversary. A quiet dinner at the home of Mrs. Eisenhower's mother, Mrs. John S. Doud, highlighted the celebration. it was the home in which they were married on the day that Eisenhower first tot his first lieutenant's bars. There is little on the general's schedule today. Meanwhile, his headquarters at the Brown Palace Hotel was in the throes of mov- ing-day problems as his staff prepared to the move to the frontline political battle zone in Chicago. Eisenhower and his wife, the general's staff, some convention delegates and other supporters will board a "Victory Special" train at the Denver Union Station at 8:30 a. m. tomorrow for the journey to the Windy City and the GOP National Convention. The special Burlington train will make at least 10 stops along the way with the general making rear-platform appearances and ] brief talks. A speech is scheduled tomorrow night at Lincoln, Neb., on the steps of the Capitol, and a nationwide television show Friday night from Ames, Iowa. The train is scheduled to arrive at Chicago about noon Saturday. Thp most games won in a single i season by a Cincinnati Red pitch-! er is k7. Adolf Luque l u r n r d t h e ' trick in 1S23 and Bucky Walters in 1839. i I I ( I JUST HAVE TWO I |V ^-^ S MANDS- I 0'!T _J ! N T»« OBUQUt LIGHT, -LOOKf j AND AT THE CHEENI-IOUSE-- THEV\/E GONE TO TH6 GBECNHOUSE. THEY EXPECT TO BRING TONSILS THERES A TRUCK. MUST WftNTTO BUV SOME OP TVMfTOLDMUMUS. feM A HAND, W1U.VOU? Iceland is one nf the most volcanic regions of the wVirld. Keep teeth bright OKW Wriglty', Spe.rmint Cum. Shewing htlpi keep teeth bright. Freshens taste, sweetens breith. Plt»s«nl«id to popularity. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William HEY. WHAT ' ON BACK THERE? TH 1 COG JUST WENT OUT TH' FRONT DOOR LIKE A, SHOT.' IT'S A GOOD THING TH' SCREEM WA-3 I MUST HAVE WMOMNUkf , N THESUMM OFflTIM IOCUSTS IS APDCD TO THE HOW* OF CRMMMW LOCUSTS, THE DESPWR. /" ft* «K on jniM» tm oogp or ' ' '.' · w n»»M ·;.'".'.. » HIDfOUf (WIN ONTO AND FIHPJ 0- T^E VIllAOt WW1 OF FMMION , Af i*i Sl?3 C33ZT W»N BV EVERV W*N IN THE VlLL/WE ARE PATTERNED AFTER AND ON UNTIL EVEN THE DATE WLM WTTM THf« V«I«MT... UNTIL HA«Ot.Y A LEAF OR HADE Of WE AT 1$ WITHOUT A LOCU»T. ALL THE COnsOES WERE BUILT N mo M T«E FORM OF CHURCHES BECAUSE TH£ CWIK Of of B«bor-ough, England WHO WAS STONE BLIND COULD TAKE A WATCH APART- REPAIR IT AND PUT IT TtXiETHER AC-AIM WMDlOf I.M.A.SAILQR \ -IS A SAILOR U.S.Nsva! Amphibious ·OH,DEAR, r THE 6LJNSD8 SET TMWSATE CLOSED. I1L Ltl WELL,HOW ABOUT IT BOYS...DO VOU WANT TO MAKE SOMETHING OF IT? NEVER GET IM... IVE GOT an m. in, mt.w *» fot Ik. -X-tu.00,, .t hon,, with .y wif, tht woown next door. FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH--This unusual view, lakeo from the top o£ the UN Secretariat Building in New York, shows the Central Fountain at United Nations headquarters as it appeared d u r i n g dedication ceremonies. The fountain was presented to the UN by the children oMhe United States and its territories. Congressmen In Oklahoma Win Re-Nominations Run-Off Necessary in Sixth District As Result Of Vote Oklahoma City-ifl'i-Four Ok!=- homa congressmen had won re- nominations today as counting of votes from yesterday's primary election neared completion. Two other representatives, Victor Wickersham of Mangum and Toby Morris of Lawton, were in a Democratic run-off contest for nomination in the new 23-countv Sixth district. It was the hottest race of a light election day. W i n n i n g nominations in the primary were Representatives Cai'l Albert, Third district; Tom Steed.] Fourth, and John Jarman. F i f t t i , ' all Democrats, and Page Belcher, Enid, Republican. First. Wickersham held a 7.000-vote lead over Morris, but \v?s not near a majority of all votes cast in the race. In the heated Second district Democratic race, Ed Edmondson, Muskogee County at'-vrney, a n d 1 Dennis Bushyhead, Claremore a t - j lorney, will meet in' t r e Ju;v 22 ' run-off. They were high candi- j dates in the six-man race which ' Rep. w. G. Sticler, of Stigler, had ' lejt open by his retirement. Democratic nomination in the Second. Third. Fourth and S i x t h ! I districts is t a n t a m o u n t to flee- ] tion. The Republican n o m i n a t i o n ; in the First district and Demo-! cratic in the Fifth are almost a s , secure, although landslides could, swing either one away from the usual majority. George Feed Company Formed At Springdale Little Rock-WI-George Fe?d and Supply Company of Springdal? Ark., has filed articles of incorporation here, listing authorized capital of S100.000. Incorporators: C. I,. Georee. Luther George. Gene George and Cathryn George, all of Springdale. On The Radio New York - [f) . Wednesday night: NBC--7. What's My Line; 7:30, Great Gildersleeve; 8. Grourho Marx Quiz; 8:30, Big Story. CBS--7, Hearthstone Mystery; 7:30. Dr. Christian; 8:30," Steve Allen Show. ABC--7, Postmark USA, Quiz; 8, Mr. President; 8:30, Crossfire Interview. MBS--6:45. Newsreel; 8:05. Out of the Thunder, Science; 8:30, Family Theater. W KDNBBUAf 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight llm* 0:30 Nows 6:45 Ozark Spons Revi* High Style For Juniors 7:00 Wayna King Show 7:15 Gabriel Hcatter--M 7:30 Rythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the AJr 8:00 BASEBALL ~ Cincinnati Reds Vs. St. Louis Cardinals 10:15 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off THVKSDAT MORNING 5:30 Rise N'Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:311 Markets and Weathei 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:00 Koffee K u p Kapen 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffi-e Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:4i Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies !:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Take a N .mbr · 10:011 Food for Thought 10:15 Random R h y t h m s 10:30 Prrsiclmt Truman 11:00 R h y t h m Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckase Commentary 11:55 Carl Smith 11:30 Chi-rch of Chnst 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets By Sue Burnett Glamour plus for t h e teen-aRrr who likes lots of pretty summ«r clothes. This handsome date dress combines Uyo fiay colors w i t h charm, features » full skirt and ow neckline. Pattern No. RR48 In it scw-rite »orforated pattern in si7o« I I 12 3. 14. 16. 18. Size 12, 5«4 yards of tfl-inch; 2 yards contrast. For this puttcm, tend ,10c for ACH, In COINS, your hmnr, ad- drrs.i, slies dwlreri, and the PAT. ;ERN NUMBKU to sue Burnett Northwest Ark«ns»s Times, 1150 Av«. Amerlos, New York S«, N. Y B»»tf FASHION lot '»! u flllM wiin UMI to mate jrour cl budf«t (A furthtr -- timnu ·nd tconnnlcal d«urni thtt «·; to mw. Olfl pittata prlnM IP Mttttk THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 .lordanaires 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sago 1:00 BASEBALL New York Giants Vs. Rrnnklyn 2:15 Afternoon Varieties 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Tim* J:30 Tune Pick'n Time .'i.fiO Merry M a i l m a n 5:30 Son** of the B-Ttar-B 5-RS Cecil nrown 'i GALLON VmiHilceCreMi 63c

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