Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 1, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 1, 1952
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1, 1*53 HANP- i MMUT. WHERE DID TlTS MPS MARPLES-OU GET r\ I'M TAKING CARE OF TWF ·^·*f£r HER'WHILE SHE'S BABV? TKTirA AT THE DENTISTS · / "N (WHA-A ) /7) it-' Paris Styles Ceff Ike frasskopper And Ike ftfc Tkat Live hi Depths Of Sea Paris - (p) . El*a Schlaparelli pepped up the Paris fashion scene last nlfht with a lay "trauhop- per" collection full of the first real fashion new. this season. Taking the frasshopper as · "design of near perfection." she borrowed the wings and put them on suit lapels, eoat tails, under the arms and on the shoulders Her motif, pinned on or embroidered. hopped about from the arm to the middle of the back, to just n--yhere. The grasshopper silhouette fea- MAKE WORK EASIER tured a-"smoothly round, sleek and slender body, swelling back, bouffant skirt and jut-out wings." Some short jackets had a pointed and split tail. There was a hornet sting hat and hornet coat tail with a jutting point. Other fanciful headgear imlta ed crickets -- feathered or en broldered, singing and courtin Then there was a stocking ca affect made by pulling the end o a tubular stole collar on the hea This versatile trapping had sti another use -- a hand warmc There also was a morning glor hat in blue satin and a burst o blue feathers which looked lik New Year's fun. Schiaparelli had a dramati setting for her new creations. Sh showed for the first time in th gardens of her Paris home just of the Champs Elysee. Carven, in ncr collection, shown n the afternoon took inspiration from the depths of the sea ant came up with a sea siren line She described it as "following the ody without corsetting with ef- ects floating towards the back to finish in a fish tail, scaly sur- Abelpontheiob Don't let hours dr.*- OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williomi TH' BULL ONCE fT'S LIKE AWV fll P ""PTKBULLISOUT SAIR 'IF -lOU GUVS DONT GET A IDEA OF'OJROWN SOMERAy I'LL BUKKJ UP THEM BOOKS AMP VDU'LL HAFTA THINK.' OTHER DOPE-YOU LEAN ON IT TOO MUCH.' i HE'SAWAPPICT.' SOME PAV ·iOU WON'T USE BOOKS- THEV'LL HAVE SHOTS FOR TO SNEAK IN \ HERE TO FIND I OUT SOMETHIN' VTHAT HAS HIM VEAH. GET V AMD A »?*--Bdkve H orAW/ -- -- llJv5,5?, *****. H« WIFt. fltTIH, AUHTANP FIVE WlKSHfERS A6EP 7 TO li. f GAZE W«f AND THE SLED APPEARS 16 TILT E, 00«, (MVU MD BONNM fUlCK TO Mt TW MMMD MNf. THE STATUE M WHICH LIVED/ . WANTED A GRANDCHILD SO DESPCRflTEL V THftT SHE REMAINED INSIDE AN IMAGE OF THE GODDESS OFCHILDREM England IT RISES AND FALL! HfRAVtKS UXKFINALLV RNSUERED UHEHASOM-UKBORN HOW WHERE'D HE GO, TO LIKE I WINK I SHALL CONTINUE TO REATHE THIS EARTHLV AIR DE6PITE THE INTENTIONS OF YOUR FAST-MOVING FRIEND TO KBEPON LIVING faces, fluid waists and flowing hips." Evening clothes, in th« designer's words, "fit like a second skin." Sleeves are loose below the elbow for the fin effect and one dress had gill-like flutes on the hip. Backs were bare right down to the waist. Dutch WouM Build Freighters For Russia The Hague, The Netherlands (IP} - T*e Netherlands government has asked its western allies if Dutch shipyards can build two 9,000-ton freighters for Russia. The Russian offer is to pay for the ships in Russian currency with which The Netherlands can auy Soviet timber and wheat, , commodities the Dutrh cannot get --~^^^^i^^*mm Hopes Soucerites Are Peace-Loving DalIas-(*)-Th« president of the Texas Astronomical Society, E M. Brewer, said today he believed the flying saucers "may be some sort of space ships from another planet." But, the Dallas man added "if there is life on some other planet and if it is that far adv.nced scientifically, then surely there're far enough advanved to have learned to live peaceably." PireRts Of Marine To Receive High Honor Little Rock - (fit . The nation's highest military decoration Another Billion For Security Considered - J -- . » . v l l * v l u l l W i l l be presented posthumously August 4 to the parents of Pfc Whitt L. Moreland, 21, a Marine who won it for extraordinary heroism Mt. elsewhere because of a lack "of dollar currency. The United States this month lrotest ! d L'° 1Denm f rk for d "i v «-- « u ,, ,, ,ur «iraorainary he, ng a 13,000-ton oil tanker to Rus- | Moreland formerly lived at Ida, Ark. The u. S. Marine Corps recruiting office here said yesterday that the Medal of Honor will be presented to Mr. and Mrs. Loyd W Moreland, 513 E. Monroe Street Austin, Texas, by the chief justice of the Texas Supreme Court. Moreland won the medal for 1 grenade with 29, 1951. He is t 0 win th t , ' wn t h e n e d a U n Korea. Washington - (/P) - Social Se- urity officials say it would cost "n'ber billion dollars a year to ive everyone covered by old age .u survivors insurance a pension t age 65. That, in effect, is what f Democratic platform advo- j itcs in its proposal to remove T, A L i I he limitation on the amount of! ' UlTl ANDOUt IS irnings a person may receive af- i r 65 and still get Social Sccur-i P n i r For A l l r benefits. The present limit is | l U I I TO I /Ml 5 a month. Franklin, Ind. - (ff) - Carl W .« P.» w, case. · Washington -(£·)- New cases of , .antils paralysis - 1,666 - last week hit a peak for this year. Despite this, however, the total for the "disease year" dropped below the record set in 1949. West fork Mr. and Mrs. Gus Clifton and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clifton have as their guests, Gus and Bob's bro, ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hawk of Urbana, Ohio they plan on visiting two weeks. Miss Cora Auston has as her | guest, her bother, O. O. Austin, of California. The Assembly of God Church will have a plate supper Friday night at the Legion Hut. The supper will start at 5 o'clock. The proceeds from the supper will go to the Rose family, whose house burned Sunday. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill have returned from a four-day business trip to Houston, Texas. Miss Jeanette Walker has returned from Flint, Mich., where she has been visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Stearns, for the past two weeks. The Rev. Pauline Steele, Assembly of God minister at West Fork, underwent an operation Monday at the City Hospital. j Club baking contest Wednesday at the Johnson County Fair, and won the first place. Charlene Wheeler, Union Township, went out to retrieve the girls' prestige. She took a dare by a group of 4-H Club boys and entered the livestock judging contest. Charlene won the title over 32 boys. Killed In Wreck Kountze, Texas-(P)-Mrs. Eleanor Gee, 57. an older sister of Rep Albert Thomas D-Tex) was killed in a traffic accident near thh South Texas town yesterday. The accident occurred about noon when the vehicle hit a wet spot In the road ind overturned. OnllieMo New York - (P) - Tonight: NBC - 7 Bob and Ray; 8 Mario Lanza Show; 8:30 Music by Mantovani; 8:15 Poetry in the Night. CBS - 6 Robert Q's Waxworks; 7 Musicland USA; 8 Big Time Variety; 8:30 Steve Allen Show. ABC - 7 Top Guy; 7:30 This is Your FBI; 8 Newstand Theater. MBS - 7 Symphonic Strings; 7:30 Gracie Fields Show; 8:05 Magazine Theater; 8:30 Armed Forces Review. Wonderfully Simple KGRH *00 Dinntt Music «:15 SUrlifht Tim. I:SO Ntwi 8:45 Ourk Sparta Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:11 Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Philadelphia Phillies By Sue Burnett Suitable for all your daytime activities is this yoked dress that is youthfully styled. Few pattern icces and a clearly illustrated sew chart enable you to turn it out n no time at all. Pattern No. 8744 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 3M yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, tend 30c tor EACH, in COINS, your name, »d- dresi, sizes drsired, tnd the PAT- TERhf NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave. Americas, New York SB, N. Y. Ready for you now -- Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new Issue Is filled with ( or smart, practical Mwing ideas for a new season; gift pattern printed inside the book, 35c. 8:30 Sid McMath 9:00 Baseball (Continued) 10:30 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off ·ATORDAt MOININO I:M His* Ti SUM 6:00 Rise N' Shine «:30 Markets and Weather «-35 Rite :l Shine 7 -.00 Minute* hy Music 7:15 Jordanaiftt 7:30 Momln u News 7:45 Organ Reveries 1:00 After Breakfast 8:15 Morning Devotion 1:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary :00 Kiddies Hit Parad* 9:30 News :45 Serenade In Blut 10:00 New Record Releases, 10:30 Here's To Vets 10:45 Guest Star BUILDM6 AND CAMNIT AND Mill WORK ·f AN Kin*. rM IOY KM2M W« «. 101 11:00 Proudly We Hail 11:10 Church of Christ 1^45 Newi at Noon \ATUUAT APRKNOON 11:00 Man on the Farm 11:30 Georgia Crackeri 1J:45 BASEBALL New York Yankeei Vs. St. Louis Browns 1:30 Swing Session 4:00 Dancing by tht Set 4:10 Dancing by the S* 4:41 Musical Fill 1:00 Smllty Whitely 5:10 Johnny DalUm

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