Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 17, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 17, 1952
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. AikntM, Ihurtcoy, July 17..1JS2 DUiws (otfeiio Free Of Haritol Ties Lot Angeles- If). Dolores Cos- | lello, onetime wife of the late i John Barryrnore and a leading . actress in the silent filrrt era, is j free of marital ties today. Her I second husband. Dr. John Vni- v/ink, 61, obtained the entrv of I cago where they attended the He- publican convention. They were accompanied by Ltster Keck of Huntsville. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Whitfield and snn. Micky, of Fayetteville were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. noss Stamps on Sunday. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Martin were Mr. and Mrs. Walrlcn Whittemnre of I,eHabra. c v h « ». H ydec?« of't'orc 'a* year ago on testimony that Dr Vruwink gave her "the monastic treatment." She testified he would not speak to her for days at a time. ' i son and anri Mrs - E TM« Tool- "l"«P n, Mountain F 5 ' TGert ,' e Har P " rs : Loy Lewls and and Mr. family of Mrs. Gortrllrle Crumley and Mrs. Ruby Presley of Bell, Calif.. Mr. 'and Mrs. Virgil Stafford and family of Wichita, Kan., have been guests of Mrs. Linnet Linebarger and Mr. and Mrs. TJoyd I Ur.ebarger. They returned to Sgt. and Mrs. Elgin E, Sloan of j l n i ? i r homes Sunday. Madera, Calif., are visiting Mr. Mrs. Martha Clark nf Snring- and Mrs. W. R. Ledbetter and oth- dale spent the weekend with her er relatives. Mrs. Sloan was Miss sister, Mrs. Will Jones at her Jeanie Ledbetter before her mar- I home in Hindsville riage in June. | The Blackiack 4 . H C|ub me , ,, Mrs. Lloyd Linebargpr and sons. ' 3:30 p. m. Thursday The corn- Charles and Eddie, spent Thurs- , miltc-e on improvement of mail- day in Fort Smith with their fa- I boxes in the communitv reported (her and grandfather, Mr. C. L. j they had sold 32 nameplates and """"· j two new boxes. In the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker and I t n e President the vice-president family of Jerico Springs, Mo., and j appointed Fred Archer, Lester their daughter, Mrs. rfazel Schin- i Puryear and John Archer as a H.I. , n j -, ,* ,,.,,, committee to paint the mailboxes and place the name plates. All members are uraed to attend the next meeting. There will be games for the group and refreshments will be served by Max Pur- -- and Mrs. J. Joe Reed and Mrs. Ollie Beaver of Springdale isited in the home of their bro- ,*· CM-CM--- I ( MEFJE COMES ) V, TWAT PEST ·r' C NUTLEV J 11 ''^ - J COULD I BOPPOv A TEN-SPOT UNTIL, FPiDAY, CWGWOOD BRAIDS UTWES IT AND BACK IN THE CITV-- SOU'S BOAT. ME I TAKE WAD THEM IT cxrr JUST THE NORTH WOODS vEs.Twiais.rrs A 50-30 RIRJE WTTW SPECIAL AMMUNITION. THE) TELESCOPE; SIGHT MAKES IT A CINCH TO KILL AT TWO were Sunday guests of Mrs. Johr A. Phillips and her daughter, Mrs Mable Bevers. HUNDREO VARDS. Mrs. Linnet Linebarger returned home from Fort Smith Saturday where she had been the cuest of her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brown. She accompanied by the Browns who returned to their home Sun day. Tom Earl Smith and Dalto.. , Dotson have rpturnpri from rhi- (her, Fred E. Resd. OUT OUR WAY By J. R, William THE FLASH TAKES. BETTER PICTURES BUT HAS ID BE TIMEP WITH THE CAMERA" SVfJCHROMIZ- MOD BETTER. OJAP IT QUICK. 'CAUSF^l GOT TO SYUCHCOMIZE TOO' " THIS P6ETTY RARlN HOSS IS COMIM' BACK. CM ME AN 1 SOT -TO GIT OUTA HERE.' Bdiovo jt orftotf ROOSTER LIKES TO RlOE On THE HANDLEBARS OF A TRICYCLE Ouined tv WNNIE PERRV ·Bloomfield.Mo. TO THE FLYEBS vwo OUR FIELDS. _ BV RlCHftRO ElTEL Santa Barbara, calif of Bradninch. Enjland TAUGHT W THE SAWE SCHOOL FOR 70 YEARS / ABE sou SURE ? IT'S M3T MARKED ARE JOu SUCE "OU'UL. KuOiV THE TO THE/ ?0»StTA«CAB f CLUSr* --* IVE _[Y DOCS LANDED Al HANDUN'MIS '. \VHEN HE 6HOIVED VOU TO BE A MERE MORTAL HAD HOPED YOU WERE THE AGEN1 OF THE GODS WE'D PRAYED "'·'"·- FOR TH' MIDDLE OF I GET TIN' RIGHT TH' QUEEN'S THRONE KEEN...UOOK THEKE T' MY FRIEND...IT'S ' . ALUEY OOP 4 -IFOOZV ON mi; ANCIENT SCliNE. SELL HIM U HBaJKI.'.l-AH'LL. SOMETH V / SELL HIM SOMETMIk »MC f THET'LL. MOON HIM W*NrS.',' A AN' SHE'LL - It's A Date Special j Describes Slavery Ky Sue Burnett Get ready for a round of applause when you w°ar 'his handsome date charmer; So rww and smart with soft draping on the skirt, off center closing. Add your favorite jewelry for accent. · Pattern No. 8850 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 14 16 18. 20; 40. 42, 44, 48. Size 16. short sleeve, 414'yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, cend 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBEU to Sue Burnett. Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave. Americas, New York 38, N Y Basic FASHION for '82 is filled' witn ideaa to makt your clothea budget go further -- time-iaving and economical daaigru that are easy to aew. Gift patttrn printed inside.. 25 renta. On The Radio New York-W)-Topics tonight: NBC--7 A IJfe in Your Hands; 7:30 The Chase; 8 Dragnet; 8:30 Counter Spy; 9 Night Beat. CBS--7 Mr. Keen; 7:30 FBI in Peace and War;' 3 Mr. Charneleon; 8:30 Steve Allen; 9:05 Dance Variety. ABC--7:30 Defense Attorney: 8 Amateur Show; 9:30 Dance Music. · MBS--7 Jazz Nocturne: 7:30 Hardy Family; 8:05 Rod and Gun Club. OOCUMINTART proof that Russia had impritoned tome 10 million. ptraoni and practiced slavery I n ' iti most shocking form Is given to the United Nations by the Unitf; .' Statej. Sole American testimony : Is that of Dr. Michael M. Dcvtnis, 61-year-old aurgeon of Watertown, : Conn., who was held by the Rui; alana for nearly two years In what I n« describes aa nlghtmarlth slave : labor camp*. He said no formal i chargt tver waa made against : him. f/nfsritntional; Cwmnlttw Chairman Named Rogers. Ark.- (Special (-Richard E. Williams has been appointed chairman of the local citizens committee for o b s e r v a n c e ol United Nations day October 24 Mayor R. L. Vogt. announced Wednesday. ROYALTIES* FROM 44 PRODUCING TEXAS Oil WELLS "AUFTfyrUF£ H Not white, not wheat, not rya, cut a flavor blend of all thrw-- Jimge's Roman Meal rtraao, 11-ll-tf KG-RN BTENINQ 6:00 Dinner Music «:15 Starlight Ti-r» 8:30 News 6:f5 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7: IS Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvoui 7:45 Lombards on tlw Air 8:00 BASEBALL New York Giants vs. . 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