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July 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Section Of Body's Largest Blood Vessel Transplanted To Save Life Of Patient Philadelphia -W,. The Pennsyl»»-- vania Hospital distioseu ioi.ay, what It termed the "successful i J," h n m t over the w «el:end by a completion" of a rare operation- 1 ' so "' Slsco ambulance. in which i section of the body's] Mr - and Mrs. Virgil Dee Jones large blood vessels were t a k e n : announce the birth of a daughter, I iw.vicioo BUMSTEAO !K YOU CALL THAT . . A GOOn-RVE I ^T.Y-1 KISS t ,- HEWT'3 THE WAV THE M/irj Arpos'; THE STPEFT KISSES HIS WlFf GOOO-RVi; IN THE MOPf.'IN V4 'sfoiNri from a dead man and transplanted into a living person. The vessel, I the aorta, supplies blood to the body below the heart. It is about one and one-half inches in diameter with walls an eighth of an inch thick. The patient. John Chatman, 46, July 4 at t.'ic Elizabeth Hospital in PrairV Grove. Several people from Springdale Mn. LoMtr'i parents »nd broth- «r-in-lsw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McWhorter and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Speejlt. Mrs. Geofge Pults and daush- camp at Roberts Cr«k. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Couch spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bird Ritchie of Crosses. Milton Boyd of Wichita, Kan., ters, Wanda and Be'.ty Jo, have Ispent the weekend with his wife been at the Warm Springs, Ga., and children here. Foundation where V.'anda com-1 Mrs. Kula Osborne is remod^l- pleted her 11th treatment. On | ing her home, adding a bathroom their way they visited friends and relatives at Birmingham. Ala. The Arkansas State Board of Heallh X-ray unit will be available free of charge for chest X- rays Wednesday. This service is attended the singing held at the offered to oTM"* P"sTM over 14 New Calvary Baptist Church in i y e a r s of a S e - Fayetlcville Sunday afternoon. I , M r s - cdl1 Elkirs a.,d The United Victory Sin'ers were I Nancy, of Holcomb Street, have present. A number of other sing- of Philadelphia, was admitted to I "rs and quartets were present, the hospital suffering from a ! St. Raphael's A l t a r Society met weakening of the wall of the Monday night at 7:30. It was the aorta. At one place his aorta had {swollen to the size of p man's fist and was tissue thin. The hospital first meeting held at St. Raphael's Cenacle on Shiloh Street sipce it was re-modclcd. The society was said a break would have caused to have met w i t h Mrs. Garvin immediate death. On June 25, d u r i n g an opera- had as guests for the last several days, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Thomp- j son of DeQneen. Mr. and Mrs. Tolbfrt Lane of Pcoria. 111., are in Springdale visiting relatives and friends. The Rev. and Mrs. Ben Nicholas of Ottawa'. Kan., spent the week- tion of more than seven hours p]a j duration, surgeons removed the! ^ weakened section of Chatman's M a r t i n i , but div to the serious illness of her father the meeting and porch. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sell have returned home a f t e r spending two weeks at San Francisco, Calif. The Rev. Mrs. Ray Hunt, of Hiram, Ohio, have moved here to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Pierce and children have returned home after visiting at Westwood, Calif. New Residents To Open Ice Cream Place Two new residents of Faystto- ville will formally open the new Dari-Dclite drive-in ice cream TO TME eorrOM OF THE SWIMMING POOUTHE \MamB3S DEUGWTED.' CO SIT DOWN? MAKE VOURSELF Springdale lo Now Orleans, I.a., lo spend two-'.veek vacation with her son- i n - l a w and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Max \Voorls and children, Warren, Mcrribeth, and Elizabeth Mrs. Austin uwnbcy and ' h i l - j A n n . dren, Francis and Jamie, of Tulsa. | Special .services were held Sun- jkla., were guests last \vee!t of j day morning at the Caudle Ave- Urs. Ownbey's p.lrents, Mr. and '. niie Baptist Church. The Rc|. Roe Wrs. Jim Wilson and c h i l d r e n , j M a t t h e w s announced t h a t this was ·Cave and Jimmic, on Holcomb I lo t a k e care of .the overflow Street. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson re- crowds t h a t have been attending urned to Tulsa w i t h them for the -- ' - · Fourth of July. Mrs. Herman iMjIchell, who lives on Highway 71 north, was returned from the C n u n t y ITosirital to aorta and replaced it with a three- inch section taken from the body of a Ifl-ycar-old youth who had seen killed in an accident 10 days before. Chatman, now well U U I U 1 i:. V ^ M d u l l r i l l , M U W \ S U I 1 (HI (- 'npH :he way lo recovery, w i l l shortly | M" S ce yas changed. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles n. M a t - thews and daughters, Violet and Tcrri, of Wilmington, Dei., are spending a two-wee); vacation v.'ith Mr. Matthews' parer.ts. Mr. and Mrs. Minor Matthews of at-sari-a sZTM£TM is ale. ae released from the hospital. ·s. Bealrice Banks has gone Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jasinski and children. 'Pamela, Michael, a n d Janice, of Galveston, Texas spent the past week with Mrs. Jasinski's parents, Mr. and Wl. Lawrence Beckham. They formerly lived in Springdale. The first session of the Arts and Craffs Workshop for children. , sponsored by the pzarit Council of Flottman will hand out free ice cream cones from 6:30 to 7:30 Wednesday evening. The Flottman's came to Fayetteville two weeks ago from Pittsburg. Kan., where Mr. Flnttman was a salesman and buyer for the Deury Hardware Company. The new business is housed in a new concrete block building and is surrounded ny a chat-covered Artists a n d Craftsmen for children University e ave a lecture on free hand drawing and design. *.i i/.-. vi.1 uirti. i i d \ v utrt n a i lending --S. has """"* ' Mm air Buckner Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lollar and children of Mitchell, Ore., are spending a month's vacation w i t h OUT OUR WAY Mr. and Mrs. Parker Rushing n w i t h i "it the Fourth of Julv with Mr. ·---"-= i ^. Mrs. Perry Rushing of Cass- L By J. R. Williomi THIS? WHY, JUSI" A WHIFF OK TWO AMP 1 CAN ALWAV TELL- BEFORE 1 O IW KIKJP OF MES5FG THEY'VE BEEN COOKIMG UP WHILE J'M CUT, AS THEY GET MOST OF IT ON TH' FLOOR.' M-M-M-- CAEAMCL AMD -- ,L",;;:».,.~. - WHY MOTHERS' GET GRAY villc, Mo. Guests of Mrs. Rhoda Mhoon re Mrs. Vclma Mhoon of Texar- tana, and Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Laudermilk of Akron, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. nay Lonjjstreet Regional Developments In Art To Be Discussed Recent regional developments in art will be discussed at the University Arts Center tomorrow at 8 p. m., hy a group of distinguished a r t i s t s ' o f this region ind also a visiting artist from New York. The panel discussion will be held outdoors, in the sculpture ourt. Jerry Bywatcrs, director of the Dallas, Texas, Museum of Arts; were Fourth of July guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Von Erdmanns- dorff. Stephen remained for a longer visit. and son, Stephen, of Joplin, Mo., An 'on Refregier, visiting artist on t! ?e University faculty, and Louis Weinbcrg nf the University of Tulsa w i l l take part in the discussion. David Durst, chairman Mr. and Mrs. Charlie H o f f o r t h j n f the University's are dcpart- and children of Harrison spent.ment, will serve as moderator. Ihe weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes. Sunday euesls of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McBroom were Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Walton and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rogers and sons of Shawnee. Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Darril M e r r i d i t h and son of W.vman; Mr. and Mrs. Homer McBroom and son of Dead Horse H i l l ; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fitzgerald of Cotton Plant, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hinkle of Buckner. Olen Hal] attended funeral On The Radio New York-(/P)-Tuesday n i g h t : NBC--7. S c a r l e t Pimpernel; 7:30, Rarrie Craig; 8, Meet Your Match. CBS--7, People Are Funny; 7:30, Mr. and Mrs. North; 8, Lineup Drama. ABC--7, John Daley; 7:30, Kathi Norris Drama. THAT ClOUO OF lOCUSTf BKPPW THtN MU AfSCMUI THIM! UNLtt! WE KaiN SPRAYING BY WNUP, THOSE LOCUSTS WILL STRI EVEKY FRUIT THEE, PEvOuR 6VSRY VEGETABLE SARDEN, EVERY PIELD OF GRAIN . THEY'LL LEAVE NOTHING BUT BARE EARTH, WOULD FATHER SlEEP TiHN 5AVE ZOO riUA\AN BEINS5 F FAMINE, TO HKK WITH YOU! All «,NB I'LL 50 TK£_j03, OURSELVES. Keep up with the times--read the TIMES drnllj. WHAT TIME 15 INPICftTED BV T* POSITIONS OF THE HANDS ON THE FACE OF THIS WftTCH? . (Answer Tomorrow) 'ESJ£Ef£ ri V2V ¥ EK A OUEEN HERE ' N KMXX3XUT, \3HEBAWHEKE *\VOMAW is WHERE IS THE ) HARW.Y EVEN CON^DFBCn L OUEEN? ^KJM*N.lEMSS3E^gSw v^^-.\\OF BEING GIVEN A VOICE ^TE^-V V W GOVEKNMENT? * ! » ·»·· ·OB6ERVL 1HAT HOLE IN 1«: WALL! IT COULD JU5T ^S WFI.L B= IN YOUR SKULL.' ftRMY SERIAL NUMBER OF A/3C EDWARD W. GRIFFIN U.S.A.R Burtanuood, England ^ORIGINAL v . IRON HORSE X A LOCOWOTIVE USED ON THE STREETS OF BOSTON IN 1875 WITH THE LIKENESS OF A HORSE ON ITS FRONT so ir WOULD Mtrmwfft own MINUS LAUGH TIME iT'oiTTH'MONnYour; WTH' ' NAT-CHERLV. TH 1 I/FIRST I FIBST r*VYMUNir ·· PAYWUN' | i»Due;,Now/.' ^^ osj CM OUR »UMM S4-.OO A WEEK Ft!' -AW THEN-IT'S 0 services for Clarence Barron at ^ orns D r a m a Hindsville Sunday MBS--7. Jimmy Carroll Pfc. J. W. Graham was home Dr ' Kilctare Stor 'on leave from Camp Carson, Colo., during the illness and death of his father, Orville Graham. Miss Dorothy Odene Parkinson l' K -n the weekend at Nevada. Mo. .·Irs. A. Sanders of Cass was he weekend guest of Mrs. Nora 'arkir'nn. Giicsi speakers at Buckner Bap- ist Church Sunday were the Hev. Jake Drake of Fayetteville, the Rev. Frank Taff of Mulbery, and | he Rev. Tale Lane of Hindsville. Midweek prayer service will be ··nnducted at 7:30 p. m. Wednes lay at t h e home of Mr. and Mrs. Slbert Heath. David Rushing has returned 7:30, lome from a three-day Scout Trim VFith Bright Color IRSDAV P. AL 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tim* 0:30 Newj 6:45 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne KiruJ Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 .lack Holt 9:00 Herbert Hoover 10:00 Republican Convention 11:00 Republican Convention 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off WEDNESDAY A. M. 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 12-42 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N" Shine 7:00 Koffe* Kup Ktpert 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffec Kup Kapers 1-K fwt iwi ii*« rtin'i "Frankly, I think you do mon for hint than I do." KT Sue Burnett Here is t h ? popular wrap-about rock t h a t is so simple to sew. And it's * joy to care for because it opens out flat to bunder. A vivid color makes a pretty trim. Pattern No. 8809.is a scw-rite performed pattern in sizes 12, M, 16, 18, 20; 0, 42. Size M. 4-t* yards of 39-Inch; Vt yards contrast. For this pittern, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your n»me, address, sizes desired, and the PAT- TKDN NiJMHEll Jo Sue Burnett. Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave. Amerloas, New York .16, N. Y Basic FASHION for '.« is filled »itn ldf»»--te m«l(e your clothim budget «o further -- tlme-savlni ind economic*! d«l(ns th«t are 8:00 Robert Hurleigh-- M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Mornine Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Queen for Day 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Republican Convention 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Convention Round-up 11:25 News--M 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Reports WE11NESDAV P. M. 12:00 .lorrialnaires 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 ChtickwnRon Jamboree 12:45 Riders nf the Purple Sage 1:00 Republican Convention 2:00 Republican Convention V30 Afternoon Varieties 3:00 Swlnu Session J:30 Republican Convention 4:00 Tune Plck'n Time 4'30 Tune Plck'n Tlm« .VOO The Great Dny Show ·V.Vl Sonfs nf the B-Bw-B 4:43 Cecil Brow»

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