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September 2, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Dodged by ill luck from the beginning, the program of Army, Navy and Air Force demonstrations came to an abrupt halt in a cudden storm with driving rain, hail and winds upwardi.of 50 miles an hour. The crowd, estimated at 75,000 was drenched before it could find ihelter. The field was turned into mud. And many of the planes in the stationary exhibit were buffeted and damaged. Harry Withers, 32, a spectator at the show, was killed by lightning. Before the storm struck, Steve Wlttman; 48, operator of the Wiri- nebago County Airport near Oshkosh, WIs., flew to victory in the sixth Continental MoWrs Trophy Race for Midget Planes. Tragedy hit quickly after the (how's opening on Saturday. An TV) Scorpion jet burst apart during a climbing demonstrationv killing the pilot and his radar observer. Although bobcats can grow to weigh 40 pounds, their usual weight is IS to 25 pounds. Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Pea Ridge, Miss Peggy Patterson has been elected to represent that community in the contest for queen of the Benton Couty Fair. Miss Patterson, 17, jvill be a senior in Pea Ridge High School this year. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holt and children, Martha, Linda and Eu gene, who have'lived at 504 East Oak Street for the past eight years, left Saturday for Monette, Mo., where they, will make their home, and where Mr. Holt is cm- ployed by the Arkansas Motor Freight Lines, Inc. Gene Thrasher, chairman of the Special Events Committee of the Rogers Kiwanis Club, had charge of arrangements when the Ki- wanians entertained their wives at a Ladies Night dinner meeting" Friday. Dinner was served to 25 members and their wives on the terrace of the Lakeside Cafe, and background music was provided by Viv Jorgenson's six-piece orchestra. Sunday night marked the close of a series of revival ineetings at the P»s Ridge Baptist Church. The meetings were conducted by the Rev. Roy Galyean, pastor" of the Sunnyside Baptist Church in Rogers, with Buster Horton as song leader. Second Lt. Murray Lancaster of Camp Polk* La., spent the weekend in Rogers. He is a former resident of Rogers. The' Rev. William B. Malotte, pastor of the First Christian Church in Rogers, Mrs. Malotte and daughters, Sherry Lynn and Ann Elizabeth, have returned from a month's vacation in Missouri OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williomi M-M-M-T WE BEEN V PKESH/HOMEMHAD 1 reft \ou« SOPPEX SUPPER,] AN 1 SOT TIME HUH, /TPLAYFEJ EUfr/AMHOURERV SO, BUT WE ( DtDWT HAVE NO NICE FISH SUPPER LIKE EITS60MMA, HAVE.' BETIOJtMA. w»sAWFUL IHEACTEQ *HJ FELLERS- TICKLEP.US \ GIVIW' ME ALLTHESE FELLERS aMKM MICE FISH.' YES, MY VCU ALL OUR IMA WAS VERY TICK LED RSH-AAAKES /--VEIP/MUCH--AND QUITE A NICE f MB, WELL, I MYSELF MESS, ALL OF I AWVERySTUPIP--8UT ·CM TSETHER, / tM LEARKIIM 1 FAST/ HUH, ELT7 J BOUT TAKE THAT WHICH IS SIVEHTOO TREELY?- WTS ONEI LEARNEP l£WAttg.» THE CHEERFUL GIVERS' abd "Oklahoma. Mrs. Oliver Somcrville of Ponca City, Okla., and Mrs. Beth Ksnnerly of El Dorado, Ark., have been'guests in the home of Mr. tnd'Mrs. Stanley Somerville and Mrs. Alice Somerville. Mr. and Mrs. Joe G. Hudgens and little daughter, Joletta, of Des Moines, Jowa, were "guests Friday night^of Mr. anct TWrs. E. AV. Pate, foster. parents of Mr. Hudgens. They were accompanied. by .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamilton, parents of Mrs. Hudgens, also of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hawkins and family of Houston, Texas, arrived. Saturday morning for a two-week, vacation in Rogers and Bentonvilje. While in Rogers they will be guests of Mr. Hawkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hawkins; 322 South Second Street.' In Bentonville they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haxton, parents of Mrs. Hawkins. (·^ENGLISH WORD B CONIPOSED OF 3 DIFFERENT MEANS OP TRANSPORTATION? Answer: HORK-MAM-SHIP "oflahort.tnda ABANDONED AT THE AGE OF 5 OUTSIDE THE MOSQUE OF VtGlfcKHAN UV80 MLMSUFEONVcSTEK AND FMMiy MED THERE 2. YEARS UOCR/ MADE FROM 75,000 CANCELLED US. STAMPS BV FREPMMILLER ~ PINEAPPLE GROWN IN HONOLULU .WEIGHT On. POUNDS HEK-KT lift INCHES LAFF-A-DAY Two new faculty members of the Garfield. School, Clyde R. Bradley, principal, and Mrs. Ethel May Worrall, third and fourth grade'teacher, were welcomed by the other members of the faculty at a reception Friday evening in the home of Mrs. Rose Nea! Stewart, 615 North Fourth Street, Rogers. Hosts were Mrs. Agnes Bruce, Mrs. Margaret Truehart, L. A. Wert and Mrs. Stewart. Today Tomorrow -- CONTINUED FROM PAGE TOUR on 4 political fantacy -- namely that Eisenhower can do what Xaft would have tried to do, and that he can still carry with him all the Republicans, independents, and those loosely attached Demo-' ent who wen for Ei*enhowei and against Taft Unless Geneiy) Eisenhower thinks'that there is in the making a landslide like 1920 and 1932, he should recognize that it is virtually impossible in American politics to change the party situation in both branches of the government in one election; As Eisenhower Republican majority in both house of Congress could be formed, only with everything favorable, in 2 or 3 elections. An Eisenhower Republican majority, even if the Senate were nominally Republican, is impossible in 1953. General Eisenhower should, therefore be running for presiednt as a national leader, not sharply partisan and indeed above parti-" sanship -- as a man who lias' worked faithfully and efficiently: with Democrts and mugwumps, and is now rallying them to join..; the regular Republicans in the' face of great national peril. That is the only kind of political line' which Eisenhower can follow sin-' · cerely, and when he canot be sincere, he flinches and fumbles and is not effective. , · ' Bobcats are so secretive in their movements that they are seldom seen by men, even in places where" there are many of them. · Use For Color Contrast "Welt kwkOi intfl K'§ good ud eokL" By Sue Burnett A busy school year calls for a variety of frocks that are easy to care for. This exciting yoked style is ideal for the new colorful cottons that can be worn around the calendar. · Pattern No. 8489 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 years. Size'8, 2Vfe yards of 39-inch; % yard contrast. For this patten, send SOc "for" EACH, in-COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave, Americas, New York 36, 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; gift pattern printed Inside the book. 25c. KGRH TUESDAY r. *L 0:00 The Starmacki 6:15 Starlight Time 5:30 News 6:45 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lornbardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8305 Official Detective 8:30 Mysterious Traveler 9:00 News 9:05 Jimmy Carroll Show 9:35 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 10:30 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Oft WEDNESDAY A. M. 5:50 Rise 'h Shin* 9:90 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 8:30 Markets and Weathtr 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:00 Koffee Kup ' Kapen 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapen 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 1:30 Timei Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 News^r-M 11 :*T Church of Christ ' 11:45 Musical. Roundup 11:55 Market Reports ·WEDNESDAY P. M. 12:00 Jordainaires 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL ·. Xujsa Oilers Vs. ... Oklahoma City 3:30 Tune Pick 'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick*n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00*The .Merry Mailman 5:30 Songs of The B Bar B 5:50 Cecil Brown CONSOLES, fORTAILE ELECTRKS, TREADLE MODELS Machines taken in trade, floor models, demonstrators. Fully reconditioned and guaranteed to be in good running order. 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