Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 22, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 22, 1952
Page 6
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, - BLONDIE I'M "*""""* f -"BRINGING THE BOSS HOME BECAUSE HIS WIPES MAO AT HIM 'l AND WEVE HAD SUCH A TOUGH , DAV.-V\ BEEN WRWNC LIKE GALLEY SLAVES Dr. Horlacher Dean Of Colorado Graduate School Fort Collins, CoIo.-(SpeciaI)-Dr Walter R. Horlaeher, associate dean of the School of Agriculture at Colorado A. and M. Coll-ge since 1948, has been appointed dean of the Graduate School at that institution. President W. E. Morgan said the appointment is effective September 1. Horlacher succeeds Dr. D. H. Morgan, who resigned as dean of tne Graduate School to accept a position as dean at Texas A. and M. Dr. Horlacher came to Colorado A. and M. in 1947 as director of branch stations for the Colorado A. and M. exeperlmnit itation and wan named associate dean of agriculture in September of 1948. He ha« been serving as aclinj dean of agriculture et A. and M since the resignation of Dean i r» mer J- Henney in September, IB51, who is on assignment in Peru for the Point Four program Dr. Horlacher in 1936 was appointed head of the animal industry department at the University. He was named dean of agriculture, director of the experiment station and director of the Extension Service at Arkansas in 1939. He held this position until his appointment at Colorado A and M. GETS $250,000 IF HE CHANGES NAME Ozark Singers To Meet At Westville High R o g e r s , A r k.-(Sp?cial)-T li e Ozark Singers Association, a fou state association including A kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma an Kansas will meet August 23 and 2 at the Westville, pkla., Hig School. The association was o ganized in Fayetteville, in Jul 1942, and has grown to approx' mately 6,000 members. The open ing session will be at 2 o'cloc Saturday afetrnoon. There will b an evening session and an all-da singing on Sunday. Although n,ew minerals a found, all major precious stone and almost all precious metal have been known and valued fo centuries. THERE HE W»£ GOING RIFLE RIB/, SCu'vE LIVED .TOR 7!* TWIRO TIME. ALONE FOR 15 VEARS AND ONE-, THATS HALF DROWNED? refreshed Chew Wrigley', Spetrmint Gum. Lively flavor cools your mouth. Freshens Uste- moistens throat OUT OUR WAY IT VvOULP BEi A SOOPi3A3 TD TAKE HIM UP AW 1 GIVE THEM BRIGHT BOYS A LOOK AT TH'BIRD WHO ,,.TM^ SUGGESTEP SUCH\ THERE A SOOD IDEA. JUST A MINUTE, MAPPER-- ;-::.- IPEA is SOUND--YOUR 3AS ISM'T.' THEY'LL SAX 'WELL/THERE'S OME OOD MAW DOWN YEH, I'VE ALLLJS SAID Et?UCATIOM SRASRS r BUT IMTELLIGEWCI GITS 'EM.' DlbMT YOuf WWO WAS AFT£I? Our WSNDJ FIWM THE MOUTH m.1. HOT FML U! YEAH. YOU CAM BET YOUR N LIFE IT WASM'T JUST A lET'S LOOK\ COIKCIDEHCC TH»T IOTH "" ------ NONESUCH ROAD ' 13 A STREET Dal las, Texas ENGINE5 FA11EO TOE INSTANT WEWU.EP THE SPRAY UVERi · CAMELLIA BLOOM PLACED IN A BOWL OF1WERIMI947 W STILL PERFECT SWKMTBl! Style-Right - Suit Dress FARWUC A»E IMPRESSED WEM7KE FOUR REP MttEPlATElV START SWEW'BS TOiSWIfO Wll a cnminal caste of the Deccan.India ARE FORBIDDEN ftNV PROFESSION near the village of Tjft, Persia CARVED BV HUMAN HANDS INTO THE LIKENESS OF A SLEEPING MAN./ 6YGOSH.AMO5, A MIGHTY . TVERE I TNOUGHT THKOUGH THIS rE8,WK.;.BACK THERE IN TIME WE HAD SGML DEGREE OF CONTROL OVEK THftT ARABIAN NIGHTMARE... WE'VB EEN.IYGOT A, PROBLEM ON OUR HANDS. 1 LOOSE IN OUR OVVN lArF-A-DAY IT'S DONE GONE.'COOLA AND FOOIV WITH IT.' tt Sue Burnett "AE'LU BE MiGMTV PROUD O HER HANDSOMC YOUMG HUSBIN, V,'HtN AH TELLS OH-AH rS HUN try PROUD O' MAH MANPSOME YOUMG HUSBIH. W*NTA GO TO TM' SQUARE. DANCE? T» GIT SOME. LIGHT TREAD THKSE FuwwV BUT- CM ME. AH CAINT READ, NOHOW.?" IN KOREA, Lt. Col. Edward Dalziel McNaughton ponders over news from Kingston, Ontario, that his late aunt, Mrt. James Norman Stuart Leslie, had willed him her t250,000 estate provided that he legally assum=s the surname of Leslie. McNaughton, who is with the Canadian First Commonwealth Division, is the son of Gen. A. G. L. McNaughton, commandcr-in-chief of Canada's overseas forces during World War II. w°l b!I« ING H F °5,T,? E CII "-S-Women in the Armed Services will be honored.with this new three-cent stamp, to go on first-day sa e m Washington on Sept. 11. Portrayed on the stamp are women l'; c u - l i f ? ! : n l s . ot th: . Mai : ines . Army, Navy and Air Force. __, MeRadio New York - (ff) - Listening to- j night: NBC . fl:45 One Man's Family; 8 Mario Lanza Show; 8:30 Music by Mantovani. CBS - 6 Robert Q's Waxworks; 7 Musicland, USA; 8 Big Time. ABC - 0.15 Elmer Davis; 6:30 The Lone Ranger; 7:30 This Is Your FBI. MBS - 7 Symphonic Strings; 7:30 Grade Fields Show; 8:05 Magazine Theater. Keen np with the times--read tin TIMES 4aib. Second Division Troops Take Core Of Orphans With Second Division, Korea W) - Donations by soldiers ot the Second Division have given scores of homeless Korean orphans a new lease on life in the past few weeks. The division-sponsored orphanage near Kapyong, "The Friendship Home,' 1 began operations late in July and the initial fund-raising drive within the division more than 315,000. The orphanage is caring for 07 children anrt plans to raise the number to 100. The winding Yalu River forms the western three-fifths of the boundary between Korea and Manchuria. Most densely populated of the Centra] American republics is Ei Salvador. KGRH FRIDAY EVENING 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tim* 1:30 News 8:45 Ozark Sports Review "Why do they need guard* for thii stuff?" Your closest companion for early lall-tr.rouch-winter wear This neatly tailored suit-dress spells charm In every line, with short or wrist-length sleeves and the popular gored skirt. Pattern No. 8627 is a sow-rile perforated pattern in sizes 12 14 16, 18, 29; 40, 42. Size 14, short sleeve, 41* yards ot 39-inch. For this pattern, send SOc for EACH, in COINS, your name, id- dresj, sizes desired, «nd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Timei, 1150 Avc. Americas, New York 38, N. Y ·'.,f v tor ym now -- Bmlc FASHION for '52, Fall anrt Winor. This new Issue Is filled with dens for smart, practical tewinf ocas for new season; gift pm- ern printed insldt UN book, 2Sc. 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL New York Giants Vs. St. Louis Cardinals 10:30 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign OM IATUKDAT MOKMNQ 0 Rise 'N Shine ff:00 Rise N 1 Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6-35 Rise ;!' Shine 7:00 Minutes by Mu»ie 7:15 Jordansires 7:30 Mornin 0 News ', 7:45 Organ Reveries 8:00 After Breakfast 8:15 Morning Devotion «:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:4! Ozark Diary 9:00 Kiddies Hit Parade 9:30 News 9:45 Serenade In Blue 10:00 New Record Relcasei 10:30 Here's To Vets 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 Proudly We Hail 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 News at Noon ,, * ATU « D « APfKKNOON 12:00 Man on the Farm 12:30 Georgia Crackers 12:55 BASEBALL Phllfdelphia Phillies Vs. Cincinnati Reds 4:00 Danclnc by the Set 4:30 Dancing by the So* 4:45 Miiflral Fill R:00 Smiley Whltely 5:30 Preston S«ll crl i:« Pccwcc Rccs«

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