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July 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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u*u»y OF AHY PUTY wo T* POUNP W f- -\ H F T L L O - \ HELLO J;r--- ./m^ --I//-V--HJ 'i ·/// v i i ---//'/-/-yyxU Chicago-(Special)-A new clement at the convention was discovered today when a donkey from a border s t a l e declared t h a t . | even thouzh he w?s a party sym- '· hoi in good s t a n d i n g , he d i d ' not ] w a n t a place on the ticket. All he i wanted was a place lo sleep. The donkey, Capulet by name I registered at the Furbelow Arms | and was assigned a bath, but no room. At first he was a l i t t l e of- I fended, said he dirln't need a b a t h ' but was f i n a l l y persuaded t h a t the '· b a t h t u b was the only thing in the house which was never in we Turned nut a l i t t l e d i f i e r e n t l y than that, however, for Capulet com- and upon hat the tub was lumpy j investigation it was seen i'"' daufhter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morrison and child of Tulsa. Sulphur City Mr. and Mrs. Kaymond Leach ate the official opening ol the new auditorium. A basket dinner was served at the noon hour. The new a u d i t o r i u m has a seating capacity of 450. The construction project has been under way since J a n - uary. The former auditorium will be used for class rooms. The S u n - , .-. _.._ ...... ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ^ ica day morning services inclu-ied an i of San Antonio, Texas visited Mr official greeting from Mayor H. R. [ and Mrs. W. B. Netherland last i Sharp. j week. g Mrs. Marion Leak of Tulfa, | Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bachelor of Ok!a., has returned home after a | Oklahoma City are visiting their ! week's visit with her son and I son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Clifford Vaught and family. O. J. Pierson, who has been visiting his wife and baby at the home of Mr. anrt Mrs. Charles Ramsey has returned to Plain View, Texas to enter the second semester of summer school at Wayn Baptist College. Charles Ottis Price and the Moncrief brothers of De Soto, Mrs. rtaushler-jn-la'. 1 :, Mr. and John Leak of Springriale. Lois Slaughter of Oxnard, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul rtoberts and children, Kenneth and Jerry, of Torrancc, Calif., arrived in Springriale last v/eek and spent the week visiting their mother, Mrs. Paul Sherry, who h:s been .. · ..... -·-.·....HIM i t v.rt.i JiCI t h a t somebody had been keeping ,, rather large organization of t u r t l e s in there. The turtles t u r n e d out | n |,i cm- P oyes of a Midwestern newspaper all copy hoys, who had cl.osen this means of keeping out of sight o t h a t they would no', he pressed ' i n t o service as candidates fof the ', i Joe McKim, manager of the ! L-P Gas and Kqltipm it Company md backs i n t o an electric fan he ! in Springdale, is the campaign has, but otherwise he is good company and quiet. Springdale manager for the a n n u a l Salvation Army Fund Drive lo be held in Kan. visited relatives here Sun-' llay. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Frost. Billy and Hubert, went to Ozark las't week to see their son-in-law and n r m y r u n a unve 10 oe neid in i »'TMK 10 see tneir son-in-law and Sprinjrtale d u r i n g August. Capt. I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chester K . K A l n c c nf t h o ^ a l i . - D l i / m 4 r f n i - ShennprH ^tn^ f i m l l . . ··- -,"i -· . i nc UdfJ "° · TM pressed ,' Lodges v.-l ·- "^ l a ' i u i u d i r s lor t h e ; t r . s t a l l T l i n n ii o i L I - L " " u i t . i i \ _ r i u u d lU'dn. ^ i n i n e v a n u presidency They were chased out I ,,* (£d Fcl^o"/Hall * ln TMon, Jr.. of Spokane, Wash., are and wh»n i,., ,,,,,, u _ , . "= "°a r u i o . . s Hall. guests in the home of Mrs Offi- Jonn Tyson of West. Emma Ave- j cer's parents, Mr. and Mrs G 0 nue and Gere George of Meadow I Gilbert on Christian Street. The Avenue have gone !o San Fran- ! Officer's were formerly residents Cisco, Calif., to attend a conven- | of Springdale. 'TM' E. R. Ritter, manager of the Mr.--. Dec Jones of West Emma Springdale Chamber of Commerce. . and when last seen had fone in'o the express delivery business. One was learning to fly and a b r i l l i a n t f u t u r e for them all is positively conjecturable. Capulet finally rented the lower section of this correspondent's room, under the bed. There he ha' SIT LP HERE WITH CVER HEPE-WELL TAKE AWAY \ MILES THE BRACVS CVER TO · · ~~ "'_'...'·"^ ··^^wCT^rrw CDRRKT NUMBER OF OUT OUR WAY FOR FIZICAL KULTURE /M GIT BIG MUSSELS BY OUR OF nor THE I f" - J I SAME NO. BECAUSE HE'S TOO BUSY SOAKIW UP TH' RICHER SMELLS FROM THAT (SAEBASE TRUCk JUST SOME STOP.' \ / rut VOU DOMT ( WE KNOW WHAT/V V O U ' C G , ^ / --7 S*J.:»*K WE^/VETTR: VOU'CE 7'/ ^ 7 . -^fl't ^ ^ i»iN6."j;' -MfXV/ /- '« ^ (;$ -\r^'-i--'"l m *-? ~ n^Pit"" ''t M f : SlMi^ri:^ -Believe K or AW/ WPUUt5liN'»SO»TllPt0, TOOC^AKST BUT now oo M3U KMOW THEY WERE WILLED 5V AiRIAL SPSAYiNS' WILL ; BI All WILLJJIE. Y"--^'AHO Ou« *5 \\Eii. HEAR THBOUGH HIS WOUTH' Of Midmi Butler) Fi^ HEARS THSOU5H ftE FttSSAGE / lR»"4v" NKINeHi S'n«urH »T 'l\reHi3miDOLeEAi:/ \ i · 1 $Qi in ft/uic o i f^-i,r- SOLID SONS BLOCKS foe MDITOM CHNHL FKWim'OUTER EA% ' \, " sSftfre u rH--JL" ; ^:. ^' u ^ f j l H H ; - ^ ,-r.flbJL -\7 "ERE LIB Us BOW OF IV1ARV SEXTOW WHO PLEASED fMNVfl MAN NO NEVER VEND ONE U'lLIKS TVE UNDER THE Mixf STONE rHiSANCTWRVCAtWON fiUY WN'l , I TELL YUH \VHOS 6o^l^l^ :e £·Aus^G! OOP AN' MEJ D-DCWT WOBRV -BOUT CXJ« I'LL FlMANCn ·lDU,COBNCOri~\ BUT MV HEART ISN'T IM rr' l ~ _ - - - -v SO WHAT 1C JS f 7 BEAUTYjrHls DOU DOOM NDAOOV rf A FEW HAND ror.EvCR.VOUH CRESCENT. MACHINE WILL JCUTTECCiTO DFSTROV ALL ySTAr?VATION ? - . EVEH REPtACE A HAND A MACHINE: THAT CUTS O»CSCCNTS CWtAPtR AMD ' CASTITK THAN THE OLD HAHk METHOD "Like fee w.y we K. K. Moss of the Salvation Army headquarters was in Springdale over the weekend and will be here in August to aid the ririve. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Officer and L .^ . , :-- -»"· 'inn ivirs. r.ioon uiticer and hold a p u b l i c j o i n t children, Gloria Jean. Shirley and The Odd Follows and ncbekah , Avenue has returned borne with ' anri baby daughter, born at week in Dallas, Texas, where Mr, sages t h r u s t through the aperture Street j Church. The Rev West Fork Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fergson and children have returned to Hous. e[ , ^..,,,,,.. , ,,c n c \ . r,. j. Heaves, me i Ion, Texas after spending several i r _ j conference evangelist, is conduct-1 days with relatives. Mrs. Oilshow- Shcpperd and family. Charles Ramsey and daughter, Anne, returned Sunday from a visit to Seminuie, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Harris of Fayttteville are taking their vacation this week at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Harris and. Mr. and Mrs. E W Price. Jr. Dean leaves Thursday for an induction center to enter the service. Adult and Intermediate members of the Training Union of the Baptist Church visited several homes Sunday afternoon snd held devotional services. = | in? the services which beain each I evening at 8 o'clock. The Rev. the er anri Mrs. Housewater. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Helsby visited Helsby's brother and s'ister- Woorlrov.- Woods, pastor of church, has announced t h a t the i in-law. Mr. and Mrs. w'V'poor public is i n v i t e d lo attend. in Westville, Okla.. Sunday The Iris Garden Club met Mon- L. O. Fergerson flew from Cuba da.v m o r n i n g at Ihe home of Mrs. I to Norfork. Virginia where he I Perry Braun on North Main Street. I will take a ship, the U S S New I Mrs. Lillian Holt served as co- I Jersey, for France hostess. The meeting was called ! Mr. and Mrs. John's have had lo order by Ihe president, Mrs. as their guest for several davs i Percy Braun, and a short business I Mr. John's brother. Grant Johns' ! S 1 ^' 1 "? "' as ""dueled. Mrs. S. j and son. Fred. 2nd. Luke Drinnon I t \\ M l i a m s was in charge of the , all of White Spur. Tenn. The Johns ! dpvo.ional. Roll call was .-.ns-er- and their company and Mr and 1 OT nV P l V i n t J i n a n i m A t.r _ t . i . __ «* » i . »» __ _ .... i by giving the name of state or j n a t i o n a l flowers and the program Mrs. Abe Karnes. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Goodin and children spent -------- = ....... * FH-ogram -iyae Ltoofimg and was on p a t r i o t i c arrangements. At I Sunday at Noel Mo ' In? close of the meeting refresh- i Mr. and Mrs. Steve Emerson I ments 1 were served by the host- Window . . 1 visited Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rickman of Chester, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur St'wert had as their Sunday dinner guest Miss Aline Hall. Miss Mary Ruth Bra_. .,, - "am, Mrs. Pauline Steele. Mr. and me R o m a n s Society O f Chris- j Harmon Stewert all of Fayette- tian Service will hold their busi- ' ville. ness and program meeting at th- 1 The Rev. A. Gist from Texas home of Mrs. H. H. Adkins on j was , guest speaker at the As- Wednesdsy. It will be an all day i sembly of God Church Sunday session w:»h a cooperative lunch- ' - ----eon served at noon. . The semi-monthly meeting of j the Winslow Lions Club is set for Thursday nicht at the Methodist Church. A cSinner. prepared by the "'. S. C. S. will precede the business meeting. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Morrison Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. .Jeff Davis and five children of Kansas Ciiv, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and four children of Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis and son of Portland, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Davis and four sons of Fayetteville. and Mr. Morrison's son and High Style For Women 8857 TUB8OAT «:00 Dinner Music 5:1S Starlight Tim* 5:3f News 6:»,Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rthymio Rcndewous . 7:45 Lombsrdo on the Air 8:00 Democratic Convention 8:30 Democratic Convention 9:00 Democratic Convention 9:30 Democratic Convention 10:00 News 10:05 Round Table Discussion 10:30 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off WEDNESDAY A. M. 5:30 Rise 'n Shin* 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 8:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:00 Koffe« Kup Kapen 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kaneri Sue Ilorr's the newest in rasuals for .vntir husy d a y t i m e proRram. Soft wallnps finish t h e front Hosins i t h e r n l l a r is Rracofully shaped and ' narrow lare adds a note of feminine r h a r m . Pattern No. BB57 is a sew-rite prrforatod p a t t e r n in sizes .12 34 | -IB. 3«, 40, 42, 44, 4fi. Sl7.e .14 4-W yards of .ID-inch; 3V1 yards of I r i m m i i i R . For this pattern, send JOc fn. KACI1, In COINS, your namo, ad- drosi sl " ls d«lr«1, »nd the PAT- TF.Rj, NUMHEI! in Sue B, lrn *a Northwest Arkansas Times, I I S O Ave. Amerl.-as, New York ,1(1, N Y Ready for you now -- 'R»IP FASHION for 'S3. Fall , n( | Win? jr. This n"w Issue is filled wth lrt#»» fnr smart, practical jewini dras for · new season; (Ift pittern I printed intldi the book, «c. 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel HjTnns 9:00 Morning Melodiei 9:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Queen for a Day 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Democratic Convention 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:IS Bauckage Commentary II:2S News--M 11:30 Church of Christ IMS Musical Roundup 55 Market Reports WEDNESDAY P. M. 12:00 Jordainairrs 12:15 News .it Noon 12:,10 ChuckwaRon .Tamboree 12:45 Riders of the Piirpte Sage 1:00 BASEBALL 1 Chicago White Sox Vs. Roslon Red Sox Z:30 Afternoon Varieties 3:00 Democratic Convention .1:,10 Tunr Pick 'n Time 4:00 Tune PIcK'n Tlm« 4:30 Tune Pick'n Tirnt «:ftO The Merry Millman 8:30 8on»j of (he B-B«r-B 1:41 Convtntlon

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