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August 1, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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MOttMWBT AtKANSAt TIMB, FrM. y , Avfutt 1, 1»5J Showing Next Week At fayetteville Theatres IN ALASKA" Northern Llghli SM Funny liihtil · Hmd onto your hats, here we go again. Abbott and Costello will be (·u(ht wllh their parkas down at the 02ARK Theatre next Sunday When they open thcii new picture, "LOST IN ALASKA." · Th« unicst of the zaneis were never ?.anler. From the time they Ittch onln « sad sack who happens lo have two-million dollars worth ·f fold hidden in Alaska until they find the gold, there Isn't moment. dull . The boys, beginning with the Kan Francisco Fire Department in Ihe K y 901, end up with a dos kled in the white fastnes;. of the Arctic. _ ' utlng surh unconventional weapons as Ihe boomrrang and by melting igloos they mannte to foil a Rang nf killers and make a dangerous Ice floe luuk like a baby's pool in the backyard. Assisting the two comic.'; are Mit/.l Green who, as a dance hall queen, brings plenty of beaut.v, lauulis, touch and dancer. And Tom Ewcll, as Nugent Joe. with his deadpan humor is the best foil t h e two comics hive ever had. "LOST IN ALASKA" ripens at the OZARK Sunday'. The kids and the g i o w n u p s will enjoy it because they are back at their best type of comedy. IN FAYETTEVILLE AND ftffltrWHERE ILSII · Now ... 10 e«y, 10 feNtptuuvt to enjriy clair. comlnrlable b o r i n g «t h o m t , church, work, «ov Wimlow Springdale ·KINO KONG" Anaainf Cl.uk "KING KONG" now returns to the M reen after a retirement of several years to thrill the public again, as vigorously and awe-inspiring as ever. All the technical skill and resources which motion pictures can command.were called into play In create the many imaginative scenes in this production featuring Kay Wray, Robert Armstrong and Rmcc Cabot. "KING KONG" and the other pre-historic animals, marie to perform in m a m - 1 Mrs. Steve Miller of Estes Park moth t.i//? by t h e clever technical j Colo., formerly of Springdale, re- methods of tlie producers and i turnerl to hcr home Monday after their staffs amazed all beholders ,, v i s i t w i l h hcr brother-in-law h i g h l y popular picture. Not The annual Clifty picnic will be held Sunday at Lake Atulanla, near Rogers. All residents of Clifty. former residents and their friends are invited tri attend. A basket picnic lunch will be served at 12:30 p. m. Fred Goddard of ccrs will have charge of the activities for the day. nf thi: only was the apn shown in fifty foot M a t u r f . but also, in corre- This -lory (if a Riant fifty-foot ago brought from a tropic isle and wages an epic b a t t l e wilh civili/.nlinn i; one lh;it v/ill be t h r i l l i n g or every age group. "KING KONG" ripens at the OZARK Theatre Thursday and plays th/ough Saluiday. Gay Smith and Barbara Smith are visiting their grandmother a t , _ Gentry this week. 1 Comedy, romance, excitement Mr. and Mrs. George Tomlinson, ' jyijLh^Jian iv" 'scroTM""^ "n '"'" who hay been viMling in Kansas "YOUNG MAN "\VITH IDEAa" 'YOUNG MAN WITH IDEAS" *"J? Sucl Id*"' Comedy, romance, City, Mo., plan lo \isit Mr. and i Mrs. Louis Ciaytnr nf Bcllville, I I I , before reluming home. Members of the Lions Club and filler volunteer workers will begin w m k Thursday evening, fay- ins brick for Ihe fire station being constructed south of W'inslow on H i g h w a y 71. When completed Ihe station will house the Ml. Gnylor Kire Department. MK» HtHr «T OMIT »73 . *··*·* tot l«u CWwIiM p.,** «i'tHitli ·( Midi UN 1,1,, c«f I DIXIE RADIO I 4M DicnoM mom 1241 pio.DAY RirutN Mivtuai starring Glenn Ford. Ruth Roman and Dcnisc Dared which opens at the UARK Theatre next S a t u r d a y . "YOUNG MAN WITH IDEAS" brings you a gay, rollicking :;tury about a young man in a hurry to achieve success and who. along the way, learns about women from his w i f e -- R u t h Roman; f i o m a showgirl--Demse Darcel; and from a career girl--Nina Foch. Set in a humorous background Mr. nncl Mrs. Carl Smith have I °f family life, the picture shows Coming Soon! returned home alter spending two-week \acalion with relatives at Battle deck, Mich. Mrs. Smith's son, Hugh Stnnesifcr of California, is visiting them. Mr. and Mrs. Don Pcnsc and daughter nf Illinois have been guests nf Mr. Pensc's parents, Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Pcnsc, for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Center of Oklahoma 'City,. Okla., spent the last week here wllh their parents. Mr, and Mrs. H. 1... Rosscn, and' Vlr. and Mrs. Lilhurn Center. Decoration services will be con rlucted Friday, August I, at 3idvl!!e cemetery. udge and Mrs, Frank Warren, anrt Mrs. Farnsworth, all of Hold- cnville, Okla., arc spending n few days at their cottage west of Winslow. what happens lo a shy. retiring fellow who has an ambitious wife. Bogged down in a small commu- n i t y , they t a k e Ihe gamble of their lives in the big city. Jl's happened to million's of young couples. I t may have happened lo you. Glenn Ford enacts the shy f a m - ily man who goes to the big c i l y lo win fame and fortune, and winds up in jail The comedy lole is in sharp contrast lo (he star's rujjicd outdoor role. He handles II like it had been made for him Everyone of you will enjoy it. "YOUNG MAN WITH IDEAS" starts at the UARK Theatre next Saturd the! EVERYTHING M PIUMIINO mri SlimiB FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVUHMtHT AVL CHICK SPECIAL 8c ·tch MCA1T MIXED ARKANSAS Iroiltr Hotchtry P. ft. mum m v "THE SELLOUT" Pollical Hoodlums in Oftict - A straight forward story of racketeers in public office in a typical American county, and t h e e f f o r t on the part of a newspaper editor, a special prosecutor and a police officer to eradicate them, this makes for some-able, en- qrossing entcrlainmenl. Much strength lies in the story's timeliness, since it m i E h t well have come from yesterday's or today's headlines, and in good east names, notably Waller Pidgcon and John Hodiak. As editor nf the local daily Pidgeon comes upon , a situation in the county, beyond the city line, where Thomas Gomez, as s h e r i f f , rules by strong-arm t a c tics, and carries on a lucrative ^hakodown racket through arrest, fines and imprisonment for trivial or non-existent offenses. You'll f i n d engrossing entertainment when "THE SELLOUT" be| sins its run at the U A R K Theatre next Wednesday and runs through ! | Friday. aod sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ( i i ^ _ Spencer, and other friends in s'ters or" p a s t ' eons as a tryanno-' Pvl - W a v n c E - Smilh of Fort Taurus, g i a n t sea serpents, huge Riley, Kan., has returned to his f l y i n g reptiles. i post a f t e r spending a few days in Springdale visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Iks Smith. A pie suoper to raise money for the Salvation Army was held at t h e community house at Monte Ne Friday night at 7:30. Mike Hummel! served as auctioneer together with Haves Miller of Springdale. Mrs. Charles E. Jones and son, Kennev, of San Diego. Calif., arrived Wednesday night to visit Mrs. Jones' parents. Mr. and Mrs. j M. C. Shccl, and Mr. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jones. Mr. Jones will join his wife and son in about two weeks. Jimmie L. Ames, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ames of West End Street, is taking basic training at Fort Sill. Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Tripo and son, Montie, of Lowell road, have returned home after an extended visit- in Washington, Idaho and on the West Coast. On (heir way home they visited Yellowstone National Park. Mrs. Elsie Richaros of Fort Smith is a guest in the home of her granddaughter. Mrs. Ronald Gardner of North Mill Street. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Green and Ear] Ware of Jacksonville, Fla., are guests in the home of Mr. Ware's mother, Mrs. H. E. Ware of West Huntsvillc Slrcet. ! Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Letch of ! West Emma Avenue returned recently from Scott Field, III., where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glen ! Jones, the former Loretta Letch, received neck injuries recently while swimming, but is reported to be in a satisfactory condition. Mr. and Mrs. Larry DcWcse and daughter, Diane, of Maple Avenue, are spending n two-week vacation in Colorado Springs and Denver, Colo. Mrs. O. W. Lively has gone to McAlestcr. Okla.. to visit her sister, Mrs. Ward Jones. From there she will go to Tulsa, wheic she will be joined by hcr husband. They will visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hays Richardson, and baby daughter, of Tulsa. I Sgt. Richard Martin has made i his first visit hoi his sisters. Miss Marie Martin and Miss Bcrnice Martin, and on to Henrietta and Oustin, Okla., to visit relatives there. He will be stationed at Sandia Air Force Base at Albuquerque, N. M.. where he w i l l be w i t h the Special Weapons Command on the Air Force. Members of riding clubs from all towns in Northwest Arkansas will be special guests at a barbecue dinner and amateur rodeo sponsored by the Springdale Hiding Club at the rodeo grounds in Springdale Monday night at 8 o'clock. A second amateur rodeo will be held here on Labor Day. it has been announced by the club president, Everett Head. BOWL FOR PLEASUM . . flm Benton Bowline LinM--Advl St.Joseph ASPIRIN A P O L L O S M I N G D A I E Two Showi Daily Sun-Mon-Tu«i 2:30-7:30 n in two years of duty in the Air Force. He spent Abraham Lincoln was 21 when 20 days with his parents, Mr. and he crossed the V/abash River and Mrs. Wilson M a r t i n . From here lie saw level land for the first time went lo Tulsa where he visited I -the fcrtils plains of Illinois. TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED Buy Yours From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP CfMt "A" Bfliry B*«H Print--It3»ft--ftt|»in NO WONKY DOWN CM* MMrtfchr Payments DYKE LUMBER CO. Ml «L Chtrltt TONITE SATURDAY Here's A Picture You Will Long Remember! Added Fun * SEA SICK SMLOR · · · · ""*"" I Ull CHIDING THE SURF Miniature )f- Pony Golf Rides Kiddies Playground 110RIVEW7 · · "T-, /,.,- XA_ No Advance In Prkn Adulti 4Sc; Kids 20c Chicago Dairy Firm To Operate In Conway L i t t l e Rock - (Pi - The Dean Dairy Company of Chicago plans to Ofien a dairy at Conway "some time in the early f a l l " to supply j at Conway now used as a recciv- Ihc Little Rock market. The a n - ! ing depot for milk shipped to me yesterday from ' Louisian Park Livingstone of Chicago, vice presidofit nnrl general counsel of tho enmpany, which now operates in I l l i n o i s , Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana and Michigan. Livinp.stono said his company would lake o v e r and remodel a former bultr-r and cheese plant N01W1W/4Mr Mil f II MUM M LAST NIGHT FLAMING FEATHERS In Ttchnicolor FAMILY M A N . . . . .. but suddenly life crowds you and you t u r n into a roaring lion . . . You walk out on the boii! You talk bock fo the judge! . . . B U T W H E N you get mixed up with two gorgeous b l o n d e s . . . O h Brother! '· M M 'V ·' ,IWfUlMC*ttM · NOW SHOWING 1:20 - 3:20 - 5:15 7:2i . 1:25 News Cartoon "Casper Takes A Bow" A GUN PUT HIM IN PRISON... A GUN GOT HIM OUT! The TRUE ilory ol a convicl who mod* a gun in phton! It won freedom and notional acclaim! CABBOilWIUUMS JEAN HAGEN · WENDELL COREY Tonight it s.iurdiy · 2 Action Hits · Plus! Anything con happen whin Iht Navy go« aihonl "SAILORS ON LEAVE" with WM. 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