Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 11, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 11, 1952
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Winslow Mr«. I. E. Lumpkin »nd cousin, Frank Woodruff of Meridian, Texas, have opened their home here for the'summer. Mrs. J. H. Gordon of McAlester. Okla., is visiting them for a few days. Robert Adkins of Des Moines, Iowa, is spending a week's vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Atkins of Devil's Den Road. The marriage of Miss Mary ' o n B n j t r l ^ h t of Fayetteville to Herbert Watson, son of Mrs. Lee of Black Oak, was solemnized July 3 at Huntsville. Kol- j lowing the ceremony the couple was honored with a party and shower at the home of the groom's mother. They will make their home at Fayetteville. Master Sgt. and Mr«. O. W. Schiwmeker and ions, Floyd and Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. Noble Bishop, all of Wilkes Barre,-Pa., are spending two weeks with Mr. j and Mrs. Elmer Griffith, parents of Mrs. Schawmeker and Mrs. Bishop. Word has been received here of the accidental death last week of Billy Ray Graddy, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grady of Lees- burir, Mo. The family formerly I lived here. Details of the acci- j dent in which young Graddy s u f - j fered a f a t a l gunshot wound, were j not learned. I The Winslow Lions Club met Thursday night for a business session at the Mclhodist Church. New officers, installed at the last meeting, took over their duties. Dinner was served by members of the Women's Society of Chris- j t i a n Service. Mr. and Mrs. dive Chapman, who leased Green Shadows rest a u r a n t from H. W. Evans, took over management of the business July 4. They will remain open 24 hours a day. Mr. anrt Mrs. Lloyd Reed and daughter, Beverly, have returned home ?ftcr spending the past six months in South Arkansas. Mrs. Gerald Woods of Dodg. City, Kan., is visiting her mother WELL, LET'S GET ) ' i li feQiNG TO BE GOOD TO IWtlSU UV TEETH WITH TOOTH -T TQNlCHT THIS STRAIGHT I'LL SUV THE TOOTH PASTE r MV WAV HOME FBOM TONIGHT NO. I OiDNT IT, BECAUSE YOU SAID YOU WERE GOING TO GET IT NOW, IF THERE WERE NODtCK TPACY. NEITHER OF US WOULD NO-I CANT DOm ICAKY WHEN T ONE DIDVOU / WEEK FEED AGO. THE . ._. .... HAW? AND HE'S AFTER US. Chew Wrifley'i Sp»rmint Gum. Enjoy li OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williami I THIKJK HE BUMPEP HIS KWEECAP AW FAINJTEP.' J ' SEE X AS GOOW AS x fHE GEUEPAL? ./ HE RWISHES HIS - -"~ ,i.*s, L*v r*ji uESR*lt?,\ »Y SUNUP THE AMERICAN PIAN35 Wilt ARRIVE TO SPRAY AND KILL THs ' YOU3 FIELDS. ,, THE , ftUTHOR ROBINSON CRUSOE ORHJINATED SWM6S BANKS NAtTlvf *T NWIT, OF lOCUJT* KKOMMCNCt TJIIW *AVA6E AT PAWN. T. HELP SOU, SIR 7 THC BISON -· ALWAYS FACES OPTICAL ILLUSION drawn by OH, IN TROOBUKNOW ABOUT NOW/ A, THAT... OFFENSIVE TO/WHO CARES HB ROYAL / ABOUT HIGHNESS! I HO ROYAL HK3HNE3S out to pUy--or do w» ^»rt to nCKER TAPE SENDOFF TO OLYMPICS FINEST ATHLETES In the U. S., the nation'i Olympic team, march up Broadway to New Vork'i City nail In a ticker tape «endoft to Hel- linkl. Team Includea 340 athletes, officials. (Intcrmtiongt Stmmlpiioto) Mrs. Roberta Hines, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hiatt are visiting; their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Boh HUd- gcns of Crossctt. The Hudgens have a new daughter, born July 4. DOROTHY DIX -CONTINUED FROM PARE FOUB my relationship with the other man. 1 wish 1 never had! While it life before the masculine superiority of her husband-to-be th-n in being honest for honesty's sake. !£ the fiance had been a theoretically perfect man of compassion, forgiveness and understanding, the matter would have ended there. But where in humanity does one find such a combination in a husband? Occasionally, perhaps, but very, very seldom. These nag- ... - -ith the other! pm '! n m c l £ TM 'he defensive by man. He is keeping Iht thing alive I TM nfK;s ' n S a past sin, srv is open n his mind. I have brought-it out ! }? '" p consequences. Her --arried n the open trying to explain j u s t ' 1 an be as exemplary as an hr,w 1 feel. j angel s but she cannot a n n i h i l a t e I'm not of a "roving nature." i" 16 pas '" All 1 want is to be a good wife . or course, if the past a f f a i r \vas and mother. I've done n o t h i n g , a n °P cn scandal i h a t even-one ince our marriage to make him | fc ncw, it must be told, but a closed distrust me; I never shall, yet he j rioor should cover such a case as has these times v.-hcn he s:cms' ·''net's. to have no faith in me. W h a t can j One can continue to protest un 1 say or do to make him see m y ; dying f i d e l i t y to the d o u b t i n g hus" past for what it is- a dead t h i n g ? i bind, and pray for a return of his 1 am sure he loves me, yet h e ; f a i t h -- t o achieve a basic change seems impelled to hurt himself--, in his nature is possible in no other On The Radio and me---.vit'.i my past. Janet L. Answer: Whenever I express my firm conviction that a wife should withhold informatnn on a past love a f f a i r , I am beseiged with mail from indignant moralists who a s - 1 sen, with fervor, t h a t a man and I New York-W)-For tonight: woman should approach the a l t a r ! N ^ c: -- 7:30 BoD and Ray; 8 rail with ahnsliitely no secrets be- ! M a r i o Lanza, twesn them--each one's past l i f e I CBS -- 7 Musicland USA; 8 Big an open '.ook! The theory would I Time be fine, it F -. O ple were made of i ABC --' Toi, Guy; 8:30 This it theories instead of emotions The I ' 8:03 Ma S a! ^ine Theatre, words of a wife who h. : lived 1 MBS --]_ Concerto Festival; 7:39 Used by thousands in reducing liets--Junge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf through such an experience may 2/" acie Fipld s; 8:05 Magazine carry more conviction than advice ' Theatcr - rom me. · Covers Two Problems Janet's letter, in fact, offers sn- utions to two problems. She is | . iroo' that one can recover q u i t e ! adequately from what is consider-! I ed at the time as mortal h e a r t - ! I break. She also bears witness to the fact that a husband, being completely h u m a n , will not for- 11 give or forget a confessed indis-! I cretion on the part of his wife. | f At the time Janet admitted her 1 1 transgression, she was really more inlent on salving her own conscience and prostrating her past If You Wear A Half Size FRIDAT EVENING S:CI) Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tims «:30 Newt 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:1S Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Republican Convention 8:30 Republican Convention 9:00 Republican Convention 9:30 Republican Convention 10:00 Republican Convention 10:30 Republican Convention :00 Republican Contention 11:30 Sign Off SATURDAY MOBNI.VQ 9:30 Rise 'N Snine 6:00 Rise N 1 Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6-3(5 Rise .1' Shine 7-00 Minutes hy Music 7:15 Jordanaircs 7:30 Mornin 0 News 7:45 Organ Reveries 8;00 After Breakfast 8:l. r Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 9:00 Kiddies Hit Parad* 9:30 News fl:45 Serenade in Blue 8852 liy Sue Burnett You'll he especially pleased with this softly tailored classic created particularly to flatter you. 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