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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 28, 1952
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WAIT.' ' APEPSON CAN'T WAKE ·UP AND GO PIGHT TO J WOPK OUCH, MY EAR.' SO WMJT? RIFLB fllFtE CXXlLEV- (Bill HEMS h* T* (AH. HI'S SO ft»P HE COESNT NOTICE ONE . THtm W tillNI WAT OMM VMNO AMBKtal TV' lOf HlWliLF. WH« * COOL t VMS! AIL THE RtD n(*l$ UNTIL IT IS ALMOST OH HIS WINS. «K Sill WIWM JUST TO uin MI MMY now w FLASH SO HKCMIlKtt WOULD K LtFT M.ONF 'TO 00 HIS OUTYWOHK. ROM OET A HAMMER VEH,H60ID...MTt OM.CEARA SWEAR TH'CORNER HE TURNED) ME TURNED WAG AWAY/ V COMPLETELY SQUARE. atPtTING 11*60OF THIS!/ 90 BDJI IM I.T*XJS«T WHEN OR. 1 6OHUNGKYT -IHHOUiH.THe TIME 0*5^- HERE'S U'L INSULF HE C-CAIWr 'ftituory Mm. ID. WUtr Antow* v Mrs. 'Ella Miller Andrews died 01 her home, South Sin Gabriel. Calif., August'18. A nilive ' o f Roan. Jnd... Mrs, Andrews «iia. her husband , tyere former': residents of Fayelteville. »nd for Iherpast- two years have lived in the H San:Gi- brbl vicinity, . 1 Besides .her' husband, Arthur Andrews, the'is one daughter.. Mrs. Ruth Darnell' at Selijtman, Mo.; one son, Cuyler W. Andrews of Long Beach,, Calif.: one sister, Mrs. F. 3. CJark of .Grand ; Rapids, Mich.; two on* thcrs, 'Martin'Mitler of Traverse City.- Mich., and Amos Miller of Fife Lake, Mich. Funeral and burial services w«rq held August 20. at South San Gabriel, Jam** C. Siiemere James C. Sisomorc, 9fi, resident of Johnson' for the past four.years, died this morning at 9 o'clock at the home of his daughter,, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Pig,, following an illness nt 21 months. . . Mr. Sisemore'was-bor-n January 9,^1856, in Nebraska,, the son,of' Polly and Jini'Sisemore. He moved, to-'-.Washington County four years ago from Wesley,,where he spent most of his life. He was a member of the Johnson Church' of Christ. , . , . . " . ' . ! Survivors are his five "sons. Albert and James ·Sisc.morc of Fay- cltcville, "Robert' C. Siseniore.' al of Johnson. .Walter..of, Wesley, anrt George Siscmorc : of ,Placcryilie, Calif.; four .daughters, Mrs. Tilda Parker, Stillwaler, Okla., Mrs: Delia .Tcaguo, Yakima, Wash., Mrs. Bertha Tcague, Salines, Calif., and Mrs. Piit of Johnson; 58 grand children;, 62-urea!-grandchildren and six Brest c'fca't grandchildren. Funeral scRyicos, with arrnhge- menu iii riune o( Neivin'i Funeral Home; are incomplete. Mn. Tlwlm« Thcl- rna Graham Phillips, 44, died yes- home in .Sprinfdale. She was-a. native of, Sprlngdale, and a '"(iicmtier of thef)nt ,B«p- tiit Church. -- - ' , · ; : - , · , : . Mr«...Phlllipf i«!»urviv*d:t)y,hcr huiband," Silas;-Phillips, : -of the home; one .son,_ Bpbby Leop, ol the home';,her.mother, Mrj! Milu'o Ryan', of the home; her father and foster mother, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Graham of Oklahoma City; one brother, Howard Graham White race, Texas. · ' " ; Funeral" cervices will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o^clock at the First.Baptist Church, by" the Rev. Stanley Jordan. Burial will be in the .Wilson cemetery, .under the direction of Callison-Sisco Funeral Home. George Lafoyetl* phillipi . Springdalc.- (Special) - Geoqze Lafayette Phillips, 90, died yesterday; afternoon at hlK home in tho Accident Community. He was born in Bcnton County and had lived jn this section during his entire life. He was a member of the Lowell Bantist Church. Mr. Phillips is survived by four sons, Guy,Phillips of Phoenix Ariz., Wallace. G: Phillips of the home, ' Walter . M. Phillips of Welch, ,'Okla.;. four daughters Lowell, and Silas A. Phillips ol Mrs. Stella Nail of Tulsa, Mrs Leonora Cuppy .of Oklahoma City Mrs. Pearl Neil of Lowell, and Mrs. Cynthia Green of Spring dale; , One brother, C. M. Phillins of Soringdale; one sister, Mrs. Snceti Graham of Stroud, Okla.; 10 grandchildren and nine great- grandchildren. . Funeral services will be hold tomorrow, at 2'p.-m.. in (he Callison-Slsco Funeral Chapel by the Rev.' Herbert Markley. Burial will be in.the Bluff cemclcry under the direction of the Callison- Siseo Funiral Home. '. , ,, . 6«wrg« W. rriti'' ' ' ' ' .Funcrzl .'CiTices for.Gcorge W. Fritz, a rcsidep.t of 316 East Prospect who died Tuesday morning: at ; a local conialcscent lionie, were held (his mornin? al in o'clock in the-chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home/by the ficv..Normj.n Drake Burial was .Fairvicw Memorial Park under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. j ' Pallbearers.were Earl Shackelford, Hush Stubblcfield, Alex Lehman, George Alfred BroWn, Charlie Fine, Harve Ward, Claude Fritz and Frank Wilkins. .) J Todoy's Market-- Si. Louli Livestock National Stockyards. 111. '. (/P) (USDA). -. Hogs 7,000;. opening slow, later active; weigh'ts ISO Ibs up 10 to 25 lower; lighter weights strong to 25 hiithe'r; 'sows steady to 25 lower; choice ljfl r 230 Ibs un- sortcd for grade . 20.75-89; few :arly sales at 20.65; about 70 head late choice Nos. 1 and 2 21.00; 240270. Ibs '19.75-20.65; 280-300 Ibs 19.00-25; 320-360. Ibs 17.00-18.23; 170-180 Ibs 19:25-20.20; J50-17.0 Ibs 17.50-19.50; 126-J40 Ibs 14.5016.75; sp\ys,400 Ibs down 16.5017.25; heavier sows 14.00-16.00: boars 11.50-15.00. : . . Cattle. 2,000, cajvcs 1,100; demand poor; very little done .on steers and heifers; few commercial steers 24.00; small,lots of utility and low commercial steers and heifers 18.00-22.00; cows low; opening sales' barely steady;' utility and commercial J~?.50-20.00: canners and cutters 13.00-17.f.O; bulls steady; utility and commercia ,1100-23.50; cutter kulli IS.MJ-18.- 'od; goo'd and choice .'0«ler» steady at 28.00-83.QO; torted prime u S5.00! utility «cd commcrvJI 1.00 or more Iqwcrat 22.00-M.1W. . On The Itadift New York - Listeriihs'ionjjht: NBC/- 6:30 Morgan Beitty; 8 Drajncl; 8:30 .Counter Spy; 9 Night Beat;j - " · ' CBS - 7 Mr. Keen; 7:30 FBI in Peace 'and. War; .8 Mr. Chameleon; 8:30-Steve Allen;-S.30 Ellis Arnall on "Inflation." ABC - 7 Mr. :Broadv/ay; 7:30 Defense Attorney; 8 Amateur Show; 9 John Daly. MBS - '7 Jazr. Noctur*; '7:30 Hardy Family; 8:05 Rod and Gun . Club; 8:30 Reporter's Round-up, Roger Putnam. Era n tke limtt TIDESDAT 8:00 Starmac. Trio «:I5 Starlight Tiao* . «:30 Newi'; . . 6:15 Ozarks "Sports Review 7:00 Wayne -King Show 7:15 Gabriel Meatier--M ·7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo oil the Air Colorful 2-Pc. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams «MJK PICTURE . AUTOGRAPHED. AMP IN A GILT HOP.SE- SHOE, FORGED BY YOUR Q/JN HANDS.' BRIMS UP Af/TWO 7RUMKS OF PHOTOS, -TOO/ BORN THIRTY yEARS TOO SOOM .. K Sue tiurnett tuouc MN USED CDNSTANTLV FW Si YEARS fiKHARP RGHTMttE ofoakland.calif. 4 vwws. uPStoe DOWN. FORWARDS MO l/PS/X DOWN DKWAKOS UITH BTHBt HMU 8iOO BASEBALL St.'Louis Cardinals Vs. ' " Philadelphia Phillies 10:30 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off rtlDAT MOENINO 5:SO Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 «:0fl Rise N' Shine 8:30 Markets'and weather, 6:35 Rise-N' Shine, 0:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 tyoffee Kun Kaptn 7:30 Jilorningj.-News 7:45 Koffee KUD Kapen This adorable twn'pierer is surr lo-rlclight every si; to 'fourteen .vcai^-old 'with it 'perl, 'grown-up I air. Use one nt Ihp new year round cottons in a. brigh't colof trim with a contrasting shade. Pattern No. 8869 is a' sow-rite perforated pattern in sizes 6, S, 10, 12, 14 year. Size 8, 2W yards of 39-inch. . . ; For this pattci n, send 3f)c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBEU to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave/Amcricas, New YorkfSB, N. Y. Ready for you now -- Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. 'This' new issue is filled "with ideas- for smart,, practical sewing ideas for a new -season; girt pat- tcrn printed Inside the book, 25c 8:00 Robert Hiirleigh. .Newt--It 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymn« 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone 9:30 Take.a Number 10:00 Food for Thought j 10:15 Ttandom 'Rhythmi 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands * ! 1:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 News U:30 Church .of Christ ' 11:45 Musical Roundup .' * H:55 Market Report. FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Jordanaires- 12:15 -News »t Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree' 12:45 Riders of Purple-Sage 1:00 Ladies Fair . · · ' 1:25 BASEBALL · · Cleveland Indians" : ·Vs. · · · _.'. . . .;. '. 3:30 Tune Pick')! Time ' 4:00 Tune Pick'n ; Tim« 4:30 Tune Pick'n'Time 5:00 The Merry Mailman 5:30 Songs of the-B-Bar-B 5:50 News TAMALES BUILT BV. KING ALAUNGPAVA IN |755 ' ^^ AFTER A DREAM IN WHICH HE SAW HIMSELF " j/\f! 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