Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 14, 1952 · Page 9
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August 14, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Boyle's Column KOITKWtST ARKANSAS TIMM, FeivsMtvffl., A:kom« Thwutey, Avgtnt 14, IfSJ BT HAL BOVUE New York -(#)- One of the about his vacation-but he closes! ptrili of American office life these his bis cars like a car door when j lumnwr days i« the returned .,,- citlonlst. He Insists that you hear HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SK BOB HAH AT WHITIIIY'S OARAGE you want to tell him about your vacation. How can you deal with him? You can't get away. He will even trail you into the men's room to relate the strange things that hap. pencrl to him. You would think no j one else hart t a k e n a vacation be- I fore in the history of the human · race. What the average office needs from J u n e u n t i l Labor Day Is a REVIVAL Beginning Sunday, August 17 Uyce S. Estes, Evangelist Poitor and soul winner in nine of our ten synods. Formerly of Longview, Texas, now living in Hampton, Arkansas, will speok each night. YOU have a special invitation to come help us in this Revival and God will help you in return. Come and bring someone with you. Everybody welcome. Bill Barnes, Pastor. Cumberland Presbyterian Church CORNER DOUGLAS AND OAKLAND One Block North of University "vacation hour" each morning.! Marco Polos. The odd thing Is how For the first BO minutes of each i dull their talcs arc. workday Ihe office sla/f could a s - : I just got back from a vacation scmble and listen en matie to the ', myself, and had a really unusual returning pilgrims tell the sad and ! experience. 1 was j u s t - . wonderful story of what befell I when them. Anybody who even men- i Editor's Note: Enough of this ' tioned the word vacation the rcsi, Boyle is a No. 7 vacationist him- : of the day would be automatically ;elf. fired. Dills, Equipment Installers have bejun to put dials on telephones in homes and The office vacationists fall inlo ; pretty standard ty_pes. Here are a ; few you may recognize: DA I MM lnrlnll^J Dw 1. The Postcard Fiend - He Mill j IllSlllltO Df writes you a postcard as he leaves; -- his home, and stops off at every j other filling station along the way I to mail more. Two weeks after h« is back at work you are still get- u , n l a ull n.-n.-^uuiici in nomcs ana · ting postcards about what a swell offices here in preparation for the | time he is having. j switch to a dial system late this I 2. The Calamity Kid--Bee-stung ;'.vear, Clyde Shiblcy. district man- j and covered with poison ivy, he a scr of the Southwestern Bell · returns on crutches, ''just stopped Telephone Company, said today, by on my way to the hospital," he At the same lime, the dial mumbles through his bandages, switchini; equipment is beinj; in"The doc says J got to spend a ! stalled in the recently completed month in bed. Will you handle telephone building at Kact and my work while I'm gone," 3. The Sultry Stenographer- she looks the color of a hand- rubbed walnut bookcase from days of beach sunning, and there are Spring Streets. Shibley urged. however, that customers not attempt to use the dial u n t i l the changeover to a dial system has been made. He r.v- 01 oeacn sunnmKi ana mere are ^^nn ima uucu junm.-. nt i.\- v/edding bells in her eves. But the I plnincrt t h a t Ii operate the dial new boy friend she "met at t h e ! before then may interfere with shore quits calling her up after three days, and for the rest of the summer she snaps at you if you even say "hello." 4. The Camera Nut--He has to be forcibly restrained from pulling down the office window blinds and trying to show everybody the interesting new movies he made of Niagara Falls. 5. The Statistician--This boy not only has the figures of how much he paid fc · gai and oil at every stop--he also wants to tell you the air pressure in each tire the day he drove up Pike's Peak. 6. The Everloving Homebody-"Vacations are more fun at home," he begins. And for the next three hours he bores you with the details of how much money he saved and what a grand time he had the service. The manager sajd letters have been sent to Fayetteville customers explaining that all telephone numbers will be changed at the lime of the culover. tie said that customers will be told what their new numbers will be as soon as possible and that the dial numbers will appear in a new directory to | be delivered in conjunction with 'the changeover. Burglar Betrayed By Woman's Skirt London - W) - Burglar James O'Neill was trying on some clothes he hart taken when heard the owners returning. ! He hurriedly grabbed what he - ne na d I thought was a pair of trousers and repainting his little grey nest in I fled out t h e back rionr. A few minutes latpr hr returned sheepishly--wearing a woman's .skirt. He was sentenced yesterday to ! three months in jail on charges of the suburbs. 7. The Funny Fellow--Everything comical happens to him. "1 threw my mother-in-law to the bears in Yellowstone Park," he says, "and guess what--they arrested me. How did I know you aren't allowed to feed the a'ni- inalb?" The Boss--".'j-cn't they cute?" he says, pulling, out some snapshots of his children wearing striped bathing suits. And how can you tell him they look like baby saber-toothed tigers? Well, there they arc--the office VIRYMY tOW PRICES BETTER FOR Kroger Milk Green Peas Tomatoes MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL SB*" 16 * X HERE is a Host of things that endear a ROADMASTF.R to anyone who loves to e. There's the might of its Fireball 8 Engine most powerful ever put in a Buick. There's the thrift of its Airpowcr carburetor --a four-barrel automatic that literally brings increased power right r,ut of thin air. There's its hushed and luxurious silence -- its poised and level ride that cost a million dollars to develop--and the infinite smoothness of its Dynaflow Drive. U ut the thing that has brought the most cheers for this big and obedient beauty is Buick's version of Power Steering.* Gone is the tug of turning, parking, maneuver, ing in small space. Power Steering takes over the effort of turning the front wheels-makes it a one-hand operation. JDo you have to learn to drive all over again if you have this new Buick feature? I HHB.1HIM *«»«ioniii AM iim? WICK win luiii TKISJ __^__, HATLEY BUICK COMPANY JO I. MOUNTAIN ST. FAYITTIVILLE, ARK. \o\i definitely do not. On the open road, you have that same sure sense of command that you've always had. Coming out of a curve, you can loosen your grip, and the front wheels right themselves just as they do on every Bu ick. But you'll notice this: When you suddenly hit loose dirt or sand-or a stretch of rough road- Power Steering smoothly goes into action helps take up the jerk - makes control of the wheel easier and driving safer. Wouldn't you like to try out this newest wonder -on a ROADMASTER or a SUPER? \bu say the word, and we'll do the rest. Equipment, acccnories, trim ami models arc mh-cit lo changt without notice. 'Optional ,t cxirt CM on Ro*tm,;icr and Sufer only. Marshmallows 10-ox. Cello Bag KROGER TRAY-PACKED FRYING CHICKEN Ycur best buy in chicken! They're lender . . . only 10 to 11 weeks oldl They're cleaned . . . no muss, no fuss, save* you world They're cut up ... for speedy preparation! Ready to pop in the skillet. Kroger Chickens are economical, too ... at a Kroger everyday low price SWIFT'S BACON SLAB, Ib. 53c Leon . . . smoke-tweet flavor! Thrift-priced! GROUND BEEF. Ib... . 59c Top grade beef . .. ground fresh hourly RED PODNOES Save with this big stock-up value on fresh, top quality potatoes! Enjoy Ihe fine flavor . . . the extra-low Kroger pricel Be sure la take home plenty! L U X FLAKES Lonv-l«illnj sudil 28c SILVER DUST Ntwl Btlltr thin tvtil 29c LIFEBUOY CanUins PunlUil Ree. 3 for 25c LIFEBUOY !»«w It Frignnl! Bilh for 23c R I N S O Wishdiy htlptrl ?:28c for CASHMERE BOUQUET For * LovcHir Skint lath UNIT STARCH Ptiitct LemdrT Slirchl U-M. 14e

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