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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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IT ARKANSAS TIMH. tayMMvUb, ArfNMMt Murray, Aufutl J, I9S1 hg- Making Started As A Hobby Nofitable Source Of Income For Has Become A Mrs. Hight By KATHLEEN DOZIER which f l a n k the hearth. The mellowed tones, created to blend with the furnishings of lre early New England styled home, was accomplished not only through dyeing but by rarryin* one neutral strand of i-.vccd throughout the entire ru^. The method used in (hi., type , , , ;ol braiding differs from that used What .'as slarlcd an a hobby ,· by must ctalumea. for on com- lias, through a chance rcmaik | pjcllon lhere is a tush | 0 ned effect made at a bridge table, become , lc( , u | nnB no p a d ding nor mats a profitable source of im-r.rne lor a n d l h e rugs are revcrsab i e K , v . Mrs. Clarence IliijIU of 500 East ,.,,,, longc . r wcar tna| . , nosl The Maple Strcel. I rainbow effect may be had if dc- Mrs. Hlfiht began her hobby , sircd| of , or lhose ,, ho fcr ly hooking rugs. She hi.s one in lhc b r l g h l ban()s of L . olor _ woolcns the dinin:; room of her home, are i c f t j n , hcjr lrue £nadcs 10 by 11 feel. This was Hindsville The Hindsville Bapliit Church will begin a two-week revival Sunday witn the Rev. Herman Uighfill, assnciational missionary of Howe, Okla., as the evangelist. The pastor, the Rev. Charles Day, will be in charge of the services. ! She Can Claim I It, But L i k e l y ' . Won't Want To Pittsburch - W) - A phone call from police informed anxious Mrs. Ross Starnes will play'th'c! Barbara w. Ford today that her piano and Miss Mary Chappcll will! stolen auto had been recovered lead the song worship period. TheL..J u , . , . . _ . , . · public is invited to attend r.'achi a n d sho could clalm "· B u t J u b l - · ies.sion beginning at 8 p.m. cach|' a tion turned into djspair for Miss day. Ford when she. saw the car. Gone from the auto were the motor, i Japan To Have TV transmission, dutch, drive s h a f t , ] Tokyo -(IP)- Japan's first tele- radiator, ail four wheels and tires, | v j s j on s t 3 tj O T is scheduled to br- brakc drums, battery, two l a i l | « j n opeiating next February, Kv- ii;hl.;, tire tools and cisarct lishl- O do News Agency saitl today, cr. ' Keep up with (he Uma--rfu A4«eHise hi Uw TIMES--II PIT*. ' Uie TIMES dailr. hooked into a t onvcntional block pattern, designed and drawn by the maker. Later she found t h a t by dyeing and f a d i n g the wool- cns, floral patterns could be delicately shaded, giving an embossed effect. As n result, friends began requesting that she hook ' : their selected pattern!-, which she ' had done at leisure. Mrs. Hr-isl.t says it was little more t h a n a year aqo, while at bridge club, that Mrs. Herbert Thomas asked about finding someone to braid a rug large ! Rue Goes To Iowa Completed this week, is a round ' rug measuring 14 feet in dismeler j and featuring £. variety of color, · as ordered by Mrs. G. W. Fisher j of Danbury. Iowa, who has also i ordered another to measure H by . -: feet. These arc to be used in ; the Kishers f a r m home near Dan- j bury, as will lhe hooked rug, also ' being made by Mrs. Hight, in a ! conventional leaf design, using i shades of green and brown. This has not only become an . ,, . i industry, but from 1. has devel- enough for the living room of her | oped ^^ f()r |hnse w h o home Thus the rug induslry began, for Mrs. Might accepted orders for two oval rug?, measuring to try t h e i r hand with the braids several of whom have now completed rugs. One of the more re- 15 by J8 f«l and seven by eight -- "^ ?^ ^Tu n «V feet. Both .re n,w m the Thorn** j .^^ this p a r U c u U r method o( TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED luy Yourt From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP home harmonizing with the room anrl its furnishings. Colors in shades of blue green, sold and yellow and rose and wine arc carried mil in the pat- lorn; aquas in pastel shades flow nlo winter green, picking up the same tones as in the antique velvet upholstery of the sofa; urcams ar.u yellows burst into gold, thus bringing out the light of the copper and brass pieces and the matched pine chairs; soft shades nf rose deepen to royal wine to match the lv;o winged-back chairs qtr«*i "A" Dufry NO MONEY DOWN DrKlT^MBE'lTcO. MS St Charltf braiding. Older pupils who have no need for more instructions, turn for wollens which Mrs. Hight dyes into the shades desired, technique perfected with practice. As for the proper care of the finished product, Mrs. Hight advises the same as is used for any other wool carpeting. She also believes that to increase its durability that sizing is advisable, prolonging the life of the rug and offering protection to the workmanship put intu it. Music Festival Planned At Eureka Springs Kurcka Sprinsfs-Speci;il)-A five- day music festival in the Municipal A u d i t o r i u m here will climax the third annual summer session of the Inspiration Point Fine Arts Colony August 4-8. The festival will feature ths t KAN-ARK-OMA youth opera and i t h e Southwestern Symphony Cen- I tcr Orchestra, the two major music organizations at the colony. These two groups will pressnt a scries of operas and concerts throughout the week. All productions will begin at 8 p.m. except; Friday when the concert will be gin at 7;30 p.m. and the opera '· begins at 8 o'clock. Buckner on Siin-Mon-Tiiei., Aug. 10-11-12 KiNGKONG" MD ±Sr Mrs. Delia Briscoc of Downey, Calif., is the Ruest ot Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunlap. Mrs. Otha Caldwcll of Fayctte- ville spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Van Erd- mannsdorff. Mrs. Evie Drake, who has been ill. is reported improving. The Rev. Jake Drake of Fayetteville will be guest minister at both morning and evening services at the Buckner Baptist Church Sunday. BOWL FOR PLEASUM lim Benton Bowling Lanes--Adv EVERYTHING N PIUMMNO and SUPPUM FAYETTEVILLI IRON and METAL CO. OOVBMMMT AVL Treat the Whole Family to A Drive-In Movie Thii Week-End DRIVE m 7 Pony Rides Miniature Golf ·A-Free Playground Monkey Village -- Come Out Early -Starts Sunday A STORY THAT ROARS FftOM THE TOP OF THE ADVENTURE WORLD! Here's one that will keep you in suspense . . . with an all star cast!!!!! 3 12:30 Condemned to Hang p.m. itirring Franchot Tone -- Ella Rains · Don't Dms-up, Com* At You Are! ·Talk, Smoke When You Like! · Be Your Own laby Sitter! L tConw And Go Ai You Like! MM «MCMU MM mm DOUGLAS MAYO AGARBRENNAN * * * * SUNDAY NITEO NLY Chicken Chose 15 A.Q. Poultry Form trailers to be thrown off the Snoek Nr . . . You cotch 'em. S C H L I C H T M A N ' S BROILER-BRED CHICKS NEW HAMK-VANTRESS CROSS DELAWARE HAMF CROSS EslablitbMl OT« 25 Y««n Truck D.lirtriti te Many Locililiu U.S. APPROVED PULLORUM CLEAN Fat Print And Deli.try Oalii SCHLKHIMAN HATCHERY BOX B. APPI.ETON CITY. MO. 'KING KONG" Returns in Amazing Screen Classic Amazing Film -Returns to Oiork Next Week When the primitive masto- dpnie ape, "King Kong," made his debut in the spectacular imaginative motion picture of that name a few years ago to crash to a spectacular death from the highest building in New York after finally releasing a beautiful girl to her rescuers, audiences all over the world gasped at the daring conception which made a studio "prop" a thing of such realistic animation. "King Kong" now returns to the screen after a retirement of several years to thrill the public again, as vigorous and awe-inspiring as ever. All the technical skill and resourced which motion pictures can command were called into play to create the many imaginative scenes in the epic Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoed- sack production featuring Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong and Bruce Cabot. "King Kong" and the other pre-historic animals, made to pcrfdVm in mammoth size by the clever technical methods of the producers and !:JRIKC CAMT their staffs, amazed all beholders of this highly popular picture. Not only was the ape shown in fifty-foot stature, but also, in corresponding oropor- tions, such monsters of past eons as a tyrannosaurus. giant sea serpents, huge pterodactyls or flying reptiles, and a brontosaurus. P A L A C E TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THUMDA NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN COOL / ROYAL ALL A C - O - O - L C-O-O-l U A R K THREE BEAUTIFUL IDEAS! fUN-HAPWHIT! ...of o Guy Who Couldn't Sty "Ni' to o Lady in Distress! Thiy'n KUdiki g»U Miners niw...and they'll sltigk f » A i A** -- "THE LONGHORN PALACE TON.TE ,, SA|LOR ON SUN. MON. -- Two Features of Fun Action! "CARIINE WILLIAMS" JAMIS STIWAKT.JIAN HAOEN fflLOR DEVUS DOOJWW

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