Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 26, 1952 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 26, 1952
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14-- NOtmWttT ARKANSAS IMMS, ArkMMM. TiMtrfay. A»nn« M, I Ml ILL SUPPPlSE BLONDIE ) IAIIT*I_I A I 1TTI r f A ! I .-^ ( 1 CAN'T TALK 1O YOU NOW. ni-.i-. ; V I'AGWOOO- DEAP y /--, THE PADIO ·- -" VrWol (TFPAIRMAN v IS WEPE WITH A LITTLE CALL Wives LIKE TO KNOv/ THElP hlJSBAMfti AP£ THINKING Of THEM r f V.WlE THEY KE AWAY ' * T THE WHILE RIFLE RUBV curs THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS ON HER WAV TO GET A DOCTOR. PEOPLE AROUND HERE WOULD SM I SHOT HIM. BECAUSE TMEV KNCW fM QUICK ON THE TRIGGER BUT DOC WATERS WILL BELIEVE ME. HE BROUGHT ME INTO THE WORLD, AWD HE TENDED MV LATE HUSBAND. HE'LL GET ME OUT OF THIS MESS. I-CONSOOUS AND V£RV WEAK. DICK TtllCV UES IN THE SHACK OP RIFLE RUBV. Pre-School Enrollment Dates Set Elementary Grades To Report Week Of September 1-5 Pre-schnol enrollment of stu- dcnls in F'aycUeviUe J u n i o r High School w i l l be held .Wednesday t h r o u g h Friday of this week, and prc-schnol enrollment of clemcn- l.iry grades one through six w i l l I he hold Monday through f'ri;iy, j September 1-5. In Junior High School, n i n t h firmler's v/i!l enroll Wednesday, August 27 from 9:30 a. m. to noon. 1'Jignth graders will enroll Thursday from B:30 a. m. to.noon. The seventh irrade w i l l enroll Friday from 8:.'U) a. m. to noon. Enrollment will be on the t h i r d floor of the .Junior High School Building, School and Center Streets. In the elementary grades, enrollment of beginning first-grade p u p i l s and those entering grades one through six who were not in Kayettevifle public schools at the close of last term will be held in the respective elementary buildings, during the week September 1-5. Any pupil who will be six years old on or before December 31 is eligible to enroll. Elementary school attendance r.rcas arc: Washington School--north side of Center Street and cast of Frisco R a i l r o a d . Jefferson School--south side of Center Street, cast of Frisco Railroad a n d ' cast of South Gregg Street. Lcverett School--north side of Center Street and west of Frisco Railroad. Bates School--south side of Corr Icr Street, west of Frisco Railroad and west side of South Grc'-c Street. obituary I THAT MIKT£ DIWfT DO MY FEET AMV GOOt) I THINK I'LL WEAP MV MOJSE SUPPERS THIS AFTEPWCON V YOU CALL LOOK AT TWM...MW WO PUNBS ARE RYIH6, WHILE AIL THREE OF OURS ARE CfACKED UP. , TAKE WS \ I YES, THEYW WINS BJSTEO WING Of F. I i. TO STOW US UP. THAT'S OUST IT. THE COMMUNISTS DON'T WANT VOW HELP. THEY PONT WANT A SETTLEMENT OF ANY OF IRAN'S PROBLEMS. THEY WANT CONFUSIOU, DISORDER Hil) M OPKHTUNITY TO TAKE OVER. / COM? ONI L-T'I / CEI AT LEAST ONI Of OuU CRATES HI I TNEAIRIFWE W? \TO TIE IT T06trHER H HAY. JUT WHY: ALL WE'RE TCVIKG' TO 00 IS HILP THESE FARMERS KILL GRASS- I / I JUST ) ' GOT \ ESJ5ASED.') 8O YOU GOf A PROBLtM FOR ME.EM? BY GOSH,/ ^ OCX:. 1 ALREADY GOT [SENI6 A PROBLEM. MK AN' TO'GENIE HfcRLI YEP.' MAGIC CARPET Atf ALL...ONLY NOW ME HA.SN1 GOT HIS CARPEVAN'TIIATS OUR PROBLEM... WHAT'S YOURS r ...WONMUa VIME-M»OI YOUR SILLY OLD,G INTO THE SOTH CEMTURY AND IT ~, GOT AWAY ( FROM U6! WF: I.IKF.S PO'K CHOPS, PIE AN'AIGC, ' ' THr.r, cuzziw r»i?v.'. r IT'LL SAVF.IO' m' TftotlBLE O'AXIN' US BV'RV M«WHIM'.'.' VOU. HACTA GlTA BIGGtR BLD. |:T VO' s US HERE ^ rx/iT "· .«£ I asAST-TfP* iAi S« £· «1 /OCC- nr n'HISlLF. COfJS MADfT-J *. ^"^jjRh rJjs^ Mrs. Nancy Ali» Garrison Kuncnil services for Mrs. Nancy Alice Garrison, 8-1, resident of . H i g h w a y 16 west, \vho died Sun- j day, were conducted this a f t c r | noon at 2 o'clock in the chapel of j Nelson's Funeral Home by Dr. j Walter L. Johnson, asuisied bv the : Rev. W i l l Sharp. Burial was in [ Fairvicw Memorial Park. Pallbearers were John and Ku- Kene Garrison; Harry, Edward, anrl Hcrschcl Skclton; and Archie Nickcll. home southwest of Rogers. H« was a veteran of World War I, and a member of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church of Rogers. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Delia Umholtz; one son. Donald Umholtbof Rogers; one daughter. Mrs. Vcra Lou Barron of Houston, Texas; Ihrce brothers, Amos and Klrncr Umholtx. of Elm Sjirings, and Alfie Umholtz of Clarendon; one sister. Mrs. Lillie Mascy of j Uzark. and three grandchildren, j Funeral arrangements under di- i rcclion of Callison-Porlcr Funeral . Home arc incomplete. | Gtorg* Walker Frtz George Walker Frit/., 72. a retired employe of the Phipps Lumber Company, died this morning at a convalescent home where he has j hccn a patient. Ho was a longtime resident of Fayetteville, and was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Fritz. He married Miss Elizabeth Wages, who died several years ago. two brothers Hugh Puckctt Rogers - (Special) - H u n h Puc- I kctt, 82, retired salesmnn and member of a pioneer ficnion Coun\y family, died Saturday at his home in the Prairie Creek comm u n i t y east of Roscrs v/hcre he had Invert for the past 20 years. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and of the Kirst Baptist Church of JiOgers. iSurviving are his wife, Mrs. Ks- tella Puckett; one daughter, Mrs. Marian Albright of Rogers; one grandchild, and one ercat grandchild. Funeral services were conducted at 2 o'clock this afternoon nt the First Baptist Church by the Rev. Rcl Gray. Burial was in Rogers cemetery under direction ; of the Callison-Portcr F u n e r a l ' Home. LEGAL NOTICES ., · NtfJi~Ticr«UltT TITtt NOTICE U hereby liven thai there ha* been /iled in my offict as clerk of the Chancery Courl of Waihinq- lon County. Arknniai. A petition for qulcttnjr and confirming of the litir to the following described real citate situated In Washington County. Ar- kansai. to-wi:; The East half of the Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of section seven 17) in Township thirteen H3i North ranee 29 coniaininj 20 acres more or leu. , and a part or the Southeast quarter of the Northeaxt qunrlcr of «ec!lon xevon (7) in township thirteen il.1t North. Range 29 Wcxt and being more particularly de- rribcd a.i follows: Beginning at ihc Southeast corner of said forty acrr tract «nri running thcnre North 700 frel: thence West 315 feet; Jhencc South 700 feel: thence East 315 feet to the place of bp- giniiing, containing five (5) acres, more or Icra, and the quieting of the line to the xame in Roy C. Andtraon, petit loner (herein. All persons claiming said lands or a n y interest therein, a r e h e r e b y ·vvarnid to appear in this court within six weeks after the date of publication of this notice and show * cause why said title to said landx chould not be confirmed in petitioner. Witness my hand its Clerk of the Washington Chancery Court ant! I he *pal thereof on th'ts iBth day of AU-* gust, 193?. Richard H Grfer Chancery Clerk By Win field Bronson. P. C. 19-26 Scot. 2-9-1«-2.1-r FKATKRNAL NOTICE Hurry T. Umholtz Rogers - (Special) - Harry T. Unihollz, B.I, died Sunday at his OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams I'M TELLIM' OU RI3»HT WOW YOU'LL LA^T ABOUT OWE BATTER.* THEV RULES fW BASEBALL. AMP UNLESS THE UMPIRE IS BLIWR HE'S GONNA TOSS ^OLKXITATHE CJAME FORTHRCM/IM' A Mrs. Elixabtth Denver Barrack Springdalc-(Special)-Mrs. Maud Elizabeth Dcavcr Barrack, 71, died at her home here yesterday. She had been in ill h e a l t h for several years. She was born at Elm Springs February 16, 1881, t h e daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dcavcr. She was a member of the First Methodist Church of Springdale and was an active church worker u n t i l she became- i l l . She came here 25 years ago from Elm Springs. Surviving are her husband, F. H. Barrack of Springdalc; four sons, Leslie W. Sherman of San Antonio, Texas, T. J. Sherman of Bisbee, Ariz.. H. B. Sherman, and Dallas Banack o t f Springdalc; three brothers, H u n t e r Dcavcr of Visalia. Calif., Frank Deaver of Tulsa, Okla. and Elmer Dravcr of Artcsia, N. M.; five sisters, Mrs. M i n n i e Webster of Pleasanton, Texas, Mrs. May Young of I n dependence, Mo., Mrs. Sally Baker of Elm Springs, Mrs. Lillian Scars of Bcntonvillc, and Mrs. Ethel Clotfclton of Visalia, and 17 grandchildren. Funeral arrangements under direction of Callison-SLsco Funeral Home are incomplete. FAR WEST CHAPTER NO. 1 Meets Thursday Night August 28, 7:30 Mark Master's Degree ' NOTICE. We wish to acknowledge pub- · licly our appreciation to Newlin Really Company West, Fork, Arkansas, for the efficient and courteous , manner in which they handled the sale of our property The Alamoe Court We highly recommend them to anyone wishing to sell or buy, in Northwest Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill W. Jordan' Today's Market-- ·BclicTO/torA'bt/ ChicaqoWnteSox first baseman PLAVEO -INNING- GAME WITHOUT MAKING AN ASSIST i. OKA X. PUT-OUT! * Apt-il zy.iW ·jf Kenya. Af r-ica 7 J» !·. f.n CT HIOH IN THE SHAPE OF A HEART Submitted by W£VKTOfi STRABELE-Monroeutlfo.Ind. *- "· IAFF-A-DAY ! St. l.ouis I.IVMlwk National Stockyard. III. - OT (USDA) - Hogs 9,000; f a i r l y active; barrows and K i l t s Klcady to weak w i t h Monday's average; little chance on wcishts over 230 Ibs; sows steady to 25 higher: b u l k choirc 190-230 Ibs unsorted | for grade 21.25-40; w i t h 2I.3S most popular price; few loads choice nos. 1 and 2 200-220 Ibs 21.50; 240-270 Ibs lai-ftely -20.25-21.15; 280-300 Ibs lfl.50-S3; 170-1SO Itas ! 19.7S-20.75; 150-170 Ibs 18.25-20.00: 120-140 Ibs IS.25-17.50; sows 400 Ibs flown 16.75-17.50: heavier sows H.75-16.25; boars 11.50-15.00. Cattle 4.500. calves 1.800; l i t t l e done on steers and heifers; two loads commercial Kansas prass steers 2G.OO; Kencraliy bid-dine unevenly lower; cows opened about steady at Monday's decline; u t i l - ity and commercial cows opened about stcaoy at Monday's decline; utility and commercial cows 17.5020.50; canncrs and cutters 13.0017.50; b u l l s and vealcrs steady; utility and commercial bulls 19.0023.50; good anrt choice vealcrs 28.00-33.00; sorted prime, to 35.00; u t i l i t y and commercial vcalcrs j i 22.00-27.00. Sheep 2,500; spring lambs opcn- ! j cd steady to weak; ewes steady; choice anci prime spring lambs I! 28.00-29.50; Rood and choice iots i! 24.50-28.00; utility and Rood lots j i 20.00-24.00 according lo proportion of each grade: few n a t i v e fecdinK lambs J8.00-20.00: few j cull lambs down lo 12.00; cull to good ewes 4.50-6.50. The grave of Nancy Hanks Lincoln, mother of Abraham Lincoln, is at Lincoln City, Ind. On The Radio New york-(/P)-Li5tening to-* night: NBC--7 Cavalcade of America; 7:30 Barric Craig, Investigator; 8:30 Truth or Consequences. CBS--6 Beulah; 7 People are* Funny; 8 Life w i t h Luijii. ARC--6:30 Silver Eajjlc; R America's Town Meeting; 9:15 Dream Harbor. MBS--7 Jimmy Carroll show; 7:30 Story of Dr. Kildarc; 8:05 Official Detective. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D AD.S I'-il*. 3 rtnt? n«r worf iingl* !·· fertion. Three consecutive InsertioM I 7 ccnls per word. Minimum order 42c. CUisified *di cash in Advanc*--»oi taken over the lelcphon*. Deadline for classiltetl fldi. W:M \. m daily; 9:ao «. m. Saturday "1 don't know, .myself, where I put it Ml. I'm just clad it goes there." LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE lit Tht Pvrahlc C*urt Of WMltinfl*n Ctunty, Arkania* In The Mailer Of t h e E.v,«lc Ol C. C. Stot-kburger, cfrceased. No. llIfi-A. Ijtal known «f1r1re,« or decedent: West Pork. Arkansas. Date nf 1cntn: July 2ft. 19.*2. The underslincd WHS appointed ad- ministratrix oi the estate or the above named decedent on the 20th day of iiftiist, 19*2. AH persons hnving rial inn a the fsia',p mint exhibit t h r m . duly verified, to the undersigned . \ tux months from tht dnte nt the lirs'i publication ot this notice, or they flhnll he forrvcr burred «nri precluded from any b e n e f i t in I he r.ttiitr. ThlA notice published Ufilh d*y nt Aupuxt, 19S2. M n r t h n S.orkburscr Mnyre South 9th Street, Roger* Ark 2fi Scpi. 2-c W^ MM I NO ·"·Bin In Th* Ctianctry Cturl or WMhiftfttn Ctynir. Arhanui I.uther n. bmllh PUlntlf( v*. I Rrrnlce G. Smith Defcndunt The Deftndunt Bcrnlec G. Smith lit H-nrned In uppcur In this Court wlthtn thirty rl«y» «nd Mn/wcr thf complulnl of the PUlnllff In tht Above entitled CMHf WllntM my hsnrt Knd nenl of ihl.t Court this 41 h d«y nf Autiut. 1»M. iSEAI.) Rirhflrd B Oreer ^:h*neery Clem KGRH TUESDAY P. M. fi:00 The Starmack.l 6:IT. 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