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July 17, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Showing Next Week At Fayetteville Theatres "SHE'S WORKING HER WAY THROUGH COLLEGE." Wowl Look Howl . A big campus musical comedy, complete with new songs, dances, gorgeous ro-eds and six of Warner Bros, (op star.;, marks the entry of "SHE'S WORKING HER 'WAY THROUGH COLLEGE" into the OZARK theatre n«xt Sunday. Virginia Mayo, Ronald Reagan, Gene Nelson. Don Dcfore, Phyllis Thaxter and Patrice Wymore comprise the stellar cast of the new Tcchnirolor production. Virginia Mayo has ihe central role of a burlesque queen bent .on a college education. Reagan, Nelson and Miss Thaxter are on hand to further this end, while Patrice Wymore is seen as a jealous -classmate who vies with Miss Mayo for the "most popular' 1 rating at the school. In addition, the Blackburn Twins. Ramon and Royce, famous night-rlub per"formers, highlight the spectacular college play sequence in the film. It all adds up to a Ray musical that is filled with f u n , songs, romance i$nri b e a u t i f u l scenes, in ·rolor by Technicolor that everyone of vou will enjoy. "SHE'S WORKING HER WAV THROUGH COLLEGE" opens at the OZARK , thdfi'.re next Sunday. Shakedown Cry Is Heard In Governor's Race State Employes Said Solicited; Cherry Hits At Opponents Little Rock-yPl-The charge of "phikeriny/n" which oMcn crops u n in Arkansas gubernatorial rnnteFts has been raised in the current one. A t t y . Gen. Ike Murry sairl at Forrest City last night that "it had been definitely and reliably rp- I ported In m?" t h a i state employe? were being solicited to dive one per cent of a year's salary to Governor McMath's third term campaign. Honry Woods, Governor Me- j Math's campaign manager, wasn't j available for comment on t h e ; Murry charge. Chancellor Francis Cherry, an- ' other one of Mcfviatn s lour opponents for the Democratic nomination, hit at what he termed the lack of i n i t i a t i v e on the part of the other candidates. He sairt ·' none have offered a constructive . program of his own to remedy 'LOSE BATTLE OF TAXES N TEXAS I Guests were Mr. and Mrs. C a r 1 When Aztfr corn cropi w e r e T-er» ir. hand, -. ---. | win Del.p of K.nsas C i t y . Mr,. ,rn«-m,. h u m a n hem*, u. r . »r a |'- s «-h"h ar" ,n Uch TM k j , n c k , r . s hrnlhen Dale I ,,trh,nson ; sacrifice* periods!;- in th, he- rinjs, dark handi nd^.l n. nf Farmmgton. Mr. and Mr,. Law- ; hef t h a t t h e M m f , r e . .t.-nulated ten. when food i S ; l o n r r llehp of Kansas C i l v . Mr. the development nf t h e crop and M i s C i v i l e Delap. Mrs Ixnl- -- - - j ivp Thnrn^njmd jklary He!]. · sVit,erl»,»l v rucl, h** r.* oresn | " port hat a g r o w i n K f!e" of nv-r- : H';.l sriieralcrl v hen steel U rn.-m- -hips p l y l n j r i h e se.ls nf ihe I disMihed m acid 1= s i i j h ' l y great- world. j or w h e n a coiled spring is dis- - · ! solved t h a n when ,nne w i t h o u ! "Gaol." Die old E n j l i s h term fnr I tension is used. . prison is pronounced - j a i l " F0« ATMIETI'J FOOT A KMATOIYTIC IS A MOST h«'. u I k e r a t n l v l i c i An .. ,, _ ... tint ·Hi-Hni ih« mfrrrt.d ikln It th«n p»«li off fxpoiinf mnr. f.rmj to Itj ki.lini ir'inn Gft T-4-L. . k«.toiytle nNl^HW- 1 'X Vh.?k'"rl,i? at R*rt Crou Druf Store SfVEN Of trli FAMOUS 12 housewives of M.r.h.ll, I'M., who went to court to test constitutionality of the federal government', law forcing them to collect withholding Income, taxe. from servants, are shown in Federal court, Dallas, after loalng thoir niiL They are (from led. seated) Mrs. Carolyn Abney; Mr.. L. P. Martin: Mrs. Charles Spanglrr; Mrs. Celeste demons, and Mrs. Fred Pelz; (standing, from I p f t i Mrs! Edward Lathrop and Mra. W. K. Furrh. I International i , "THE WINNING TEAM." Th. | Baiibal! Great -- Gtov.r Cl.Tt- ! "our educational problem ! land Alexander. . take care of those who nn · j At the time Alexander, ihe pend on welfare to live." P i v o t i n g Nebraska farmboy with a n . The charge came in Cherry's |early penchant for h u r l i n g rocks I f i f t h radio talkathon divided be. tin can targets, reported to h i s ! (ween Hope and Texarkana. I first major league training c a m p - He said that Candidate Jack ' with the Phillies of 1910 little did j Holt had become th? second op j the sports world, realize Ihen thai I ponent to adopt his highway pro- j this was the beginning of a new gram . era in baseball; the breaking of "It seems a little strange to me." i old records, the setting of new. i Cherry said, "that Mr. Holt should For h?re was the debut of a man adopt my views on creating a rie- { soon to be hailed as Alex the j cent highway system." j Great. One of the most sensa-1 Tacketl SMI Victory i tional pitching mights in the his- Rep. Royd Tackelt, who made tory of baseball. 110 speeches yesterday, claimed he i Alexander's fame has grown w i l l head the ticket in Ihe first into legend and now for the first i p r i m a r y July 29, with Covrnor time, baseball and movie f a n s ! M c M a t n second by 9,000 votes, alike will have a chance to see the : Tackett's headquarters in Little i the drama and background sur- Hock released the results of a poll \ rounding his fabulous career in ; /aken by the air-borne congress- ' "THE WINNING TEAM," the new i man's county organizations. Cam- ' lilm which opens at the OZARK theatre next Thursdav. I p a i e n Manager Ert Lightle said the I Ronald Rnt;an. nn ardent baseball en'husiast. appears as Alex, " ' ' ~ ' " Doris Day is reen in the d r a m a t i c role of his devoted wife, and Frank Lovejoy plays Rogers Hornsby, dynamic manager of the St. Louis 1 Cardinals in Alexander's day. The e n t i r e f a m i l y will rnioy this story of this "Hall of Fame" pitcher. Grover Cleveland Alexander. "THE WINNING TEAM" plays at the OZARK Theatre next Thursday through Saturday. Monday night. hosts at an ice cream lawn party Mr. and Mrs. Bill TMap were ' at their" home Monday night. Yon are cordially invited to see the ', NEW FALL FASHIONS / ARRIVING DAILY at the , · Choose from these FIRST ARRIVALS. A small deposit reserves your choice in our layaway! * "DENVER AND RIO GRANDE." Rail-Blazers Fighting Way Jo Weit An explosive c h a p t e r in t h n history of pioneer railroading which hss been revamped in the interest; of drama, filmed in vivid Technicolor and performed by a h i g h l y competent cast, will be on · vic\v at Ihe UARK Theatre next Saturday when "DENVER AND | BIO GRANDE" begins its run. J With Edmund O'Brien, Sterling Harden. Dean .Tagger, Laura " Elliott and Lyle Bet'tger starred, this fast-rolling thriller mixes sweeping spectacle and violent action as it spotlights the desperate struggle between two railroads f i g h t i n g for the single right of way from Denver to the West. The time is the iBTO's and the two competing companies are the DRG and the Canyon C i t v and San Juan line. The bitter conflict, the resulting train wrecks and the showed Tackett would gel j n2.nnn votes to 73.000 for McMath. He predicted Murry would finish ' third with 68,000 votes, followed I by Holt w i t h 53,000 and Cherry with 4D.OOO. Audit Question Halted Governor McMath spoke last night in El Dorado, and charged t h a t his four opponents have no ' program "except to defeat me." In a radio interview at Little! Rock, the governor said he favored a continuation of the highway a u d i t on an a n n u a l basis, "but T think the auditing should be done by the state auditor." i In Conway. Holt (old a crowd ftf supporters t h a t if he is elected he will a u d i t the operations of each state department annually. Prairie Grove Prairie Grove was host to the ' Northwest Arkansas Scottish Rite ' Club Tuesday night at the Educa- \i tional Building of the Methodist i Church. A chicken dinner, pre- j j pared by the Eastern Star ladies, i surprising outcome are played against the i n d i v i d u a d drama of cour- i was served by the Rainbow Girls! flfiTRorldcs wnm?n rl - tk ing their lives to forge a railroad across The Rev. S. 6. Patty, gave the in- j The tremendous wreck scenes are the coslli=st. in historv and are ! on th; screen for 40 seconds. They will be remembered bv the chM- ' dron and grown-ups alike. "THE DENVER AND THE RIO GRANDE" opens at the U A R K Theatre next Saturday. "NO ROOM FOR THE GROOM.' A Bridt and Groom Liugh Hill of ; Huntsville and Secretary Grey of ' Springdale conducted a short business session. Roll call was an- ; swerod by officers and members · from Fort Smith, H u n t s v i l l e , : Springdale, Rogers, Kayetteville, lUARK Theatre next Wednesday. The popular starring team goes [modern in the new comedy film fter having previously appeared ogether in "The Prince Who Was i Thief," a Technicolor adventure jfilm. Tony plays a G.I. whose honey- 'moon with Piper is interrupted one hour after the marriage ceremony when he is stricken with chicken pox. The young soldier is .quarantined until the final day of his draft call and when he .finally returns from overseas duty he discovers t h a t Piper has [not told her mother that thev are The supporting cast is headed by Spring Bvington who fi??- r -.- mo . th ? r . wh . n . ge i? dizzy spells when Piper trys to tel lays diicrd Miss M y r t r i l l a Dorman who sane "Into the Night." She followed by Anita Tunnel who' sang "Danny Boy", Rodney gall closed the musical program ' with "Trees". David McCartney's j 1 I-ittle Razorbacks gave t h e i r ! J square dance. Judge Maupin Cum- :1 mines of Fayrtteville gave the principal t a l k of the evening. The trio (Dorman, Tunnel and Big- sall) sane 'Till the end of Time" , n f t p r which Rev. G. C. Bidwell Rave the benediction. There were 125 served at the supper. The Linns Club held its regular ; bi-monthly supper meeting at the j Vinson cafe Tuesday night. Ray ided over , . Jets dizzy spells when Piper trvs to teli her shes married. And by Don Defore as a "heavy" t h a t ' o n , ' laughs at simultaneously- "NO ROOM FOR THE GROOJ the UARK Theatre ncxt_Wednesda- : "·" tie Razornacks square dance team, '~--· " - '-- under the direction of David Me- | Asiatic elephants usually h a v e ' There are two kinds of ele Clirln( '- v - m'crtainod the Lions. ! five toenails on the front feet and ; phant, the Asiatic and the Afri i Mr ' a l l f l M r s Ta " i(1 W i l h u r n and four on the rear. l e a n . i daughter, of Fleclra, Tex., spent = rT = = =^= -_ = --. .Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Nor- HOGS' HEAVEN W A T E R M E L O N G A R D E N 540 Girlind Annut Serring ic« cold miloni iliccd of wholt daily from 4 to 10:30 p.m. (Op«ril»d by 4 UnirMtity Englnwrinj Sludtnli) ris Dunn. The W i l h u r n s arc touring Northwest Arkansas. 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