Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 10, 1952 · Page 3
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January 10, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NOtTHWtST ARKANSAS flMlf, f.r**»*»«, M»mm. Wit'. Free Beans On Way To Washington For Lawmakers Representative Tom Steed Washington--One Ion of liancl- pickcd Michigan beans is on the way to the ilouse restaurant lo make bean soup for congressmen. The Michigan Bean Shippers As- pociatiu:i of SaBimuv, Mien., telegraphed Rep. Tom Steed (U-Ok!,i) today Hint the free beans are being dispatched immediately. When Congrcr.s opened Tues- day, Steed noted m o u r n f u l l y that while the lawmakers were away tin; restaurant had replaced its generous old soup plates with little ones. Th= bean men expressed the hope that Steed . nd his colleagues may again enjoy big bowls of "delicious, n o u r i s h i p bean soup, made from the best navy beans on earth.'' Obituary ! roster. D i l l Smith, Taiilberl Counts, John Richardson and John Bailey. Ellis Joe Fricks Funeral services for Ellis Joe Fricks. 80. resident of Scliaburs who died Tuesday afternoon at the City Hospital, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the C o m m u n i t y Church at Chester by the Hcv. L. M. Francis. Burial will be in the Chester ccomtcry under the direction of. Nelson's Funeral Home. James Albert Gray James Albert Gray, 30. resident ot Fayellcville fcir ni a n y years, (.lied at his home on Highway 10, west, yesterday afternoon. Hc"w:is born in Virp.inin June 23, 187) and was married to Lulu Mac Thomas in 1900. lie was employed by the University for a n u m b e r of years, and at the time of his retirement in 19 c i7, he was foreman of Lhu animal industry i d e p a r t m e n t . I Survivinc him are his w i r e ; two I son;, Howard anil Thcodor F. Oriiv of KaycUcville; two daughters," Mrs. C. W. BrowninR of liarl, Ark., and Mrs. E. a. Dell of Arlington, Vn.; (jnc brother, Tryor T. Gray of Kayettevillc; two grandchildren; one son, W a d e Gray, died in 1P37. funeral services wilt be held tomorrow at 3 p. m. ol Watson's Mortuary by the Rev. John Asncll. Burial will be in the Ml. Comfort cemetery under the direction of WaUon's M o r t u a r y . Charles W. Mead Si-vimidalc-tSpccialt-Charlcs W. Mead. ( I I , "f Kingston, died List n l E h t at the home of his daushtcr. Mrs. Tom Dorscy. lie moved s to Kingston 12 years ago from Sprinpdaic. He was born J u l y 28, ,1370, and was a retired carprnlcr. ' Oilier than his daushlcr with whom ho lived, lie is survived by one son, Tom Mead of Mc.Al- ·listcr, Okla.; one brother. Hilmcn Mead of Muskojwc, Okla.: one sister, Mrs. Susan Emmnns of Oakland, Calif. Funeral scrvriccs with arranr.r- mcnts in charge of Callison-Sisco funeral Home arc incomplete. Hobson H. Hughes | Richard C. Sedwick llobson H. Hm:hcs. 53, H retired Richard C. Scdwicl;, 60, clcc- Wacksmilh. died this morning in t r j c j a n i ^icd at a hospital in Okla- Cily Hospital after an illncra of h o m a C j l y ol . ]n ycs tcrday. He two weeks. Hr was born at Brent- ^..^ U)c SQn o[ (hc ,.,,,, Mr all( j Hsh^Survivo'irur^h'is wife; m n i c U e v i l l e for a number of years son, Virsil of Brcntwood: one | before soins to Oklahoma, daughter Mrs. Lucille Hoover of I Survivors arc two brothers, 1 '-"' Herbert Scdwick of ChicaRO, 111., and Thomas Scdwick of Kvanston, III. Graveside services will be conducted Saturrlav al 2 p. m., al Evergreen cemetery by Ihc Rev. D. I.. Dykes, Jr.. paslor of Central Methodist Church. Burial will be under direction of. Watson'* Brenlwood: f i v e Rrandchildrni; two brothers, Bill Hushes of Wild Cherry, Ark., and Joe of H u n l i n s ton iVcacli, Calif.; one sister, Mrs. Sarah Sloul of Shclton, Wash. Home, arc incomplete. Mrs. Grace Blakley Funeral services for Mrs. Grace Mortuary. Blakley, resident of West Fork I who died Tuesday morning in a | Eoonevillc hospital, were con- i ducted yesterday at ":30. p. in. by the Rev. Donald Walker in the f chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Burial was in the Stucky cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Pallbearers were I.yman For- Vi GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Bros, locker Plant New Felts add tiny ' touches o white Fashion decrees I hat mid-season darks have a bright spark of while pique or grosgrain . , , and our new group is Ihe prettiest you've seen. Choose in navy, black, brown or grey! S5.00-S8.95 HANDMACHERS are here! In All Their Spring Glory Exclusive WEATHERVANES $ 25 Our new Weathervones are full of surprises like nubby textures and dressmaker styles. All in that remarkable acetate fabric that Celanese weaves for Handmachcr with a crispness that never cleans out. All dipped in the sunshine colors of Spring. Theyre the most beautiful suili you can get for the money. Sizes 9 to 15, 10 lo 18. 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