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Monday, January 14, 1952
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Obituary Smith; a brother, Jerome Ncy of Fnrt Smith; two sisters. Mrs. Leo M. RoclKCrs of Fort Smith and Mrs. Sidney Grccnbaum o£ Chi- Ust«r E. Ney caR0 . Lester E. Ncy, 55, a stockholder Funeral services arc to be con*in the Boston Store Company, a n d ! ducted tomorrow at^ 2:30 p.jn.^al a lifelons resident of Fort Smith, died in a Fort Smith hospital yesterday after a short illness. He is survived by his wife. Kathleen; two sons, Robert and Bill oj Fort! three sisters, Mrs. Esther Kchn o f ' 28, the Putman Funeral Home by the Kev. Wallace ft. Bacon, with burial in Forest Park cemetery. ASTHMA! H E L P F R O M A R I Z O N A From A r i z o n a c o m e t a menace of hope and promite for asthma s u f f e r e r s . No m a t t e r how hopeless you think your case ma; be--no matter how discouraged you may be with remedies you have tried -- K N O W THE FACTS! C o m p l e t e F R E E information is yours for tie asking. No risk! No obligation! Write today! M IES£»«CH UH'ITMIES, IK. Dipt. A-16 « 377 N. 3rd AT.. PHOEHU. AIIZUflA Richorrf Sedwick Graveside funeral service (or Kichard Sedwick, 59, former Fay- clteville resident who died J a n u - ary 9 in Oklahoma City, were conducted Saturday afternoon in Evergreen cemetery by the ftcv. Farmincton. Mrs. Bessie Tcauue of San Jose, and Mrs. Butli West of Fayetteville; five brothers. Calvin and James Hall, both of Stihvcll, Okla , Dillard of A t l a n t a . Ga., Ohie of Africa, and Alvie nf Fayetteville; and seven grandchildren. I rjkl'ii "'aiid' a Mslei" M The body w i l l be returned here for b u r i a l . Funeral arrangements, in charge of Moore's Funeral Chapel, are incomplete. 18711. and moved to Kinpston I 12 years apn from Sprinc'l.ile. He is survived by a d a u g h t e r . Mrs. Tmn Dnrscy. K i n g s t o n , w i t h wliom he inarli 1 his homo: a hon. Tom Mead. McAlesU-r. Okla ; a brother. H i l l m a n Mead, Mu:k'ii;(.o. rs. Sus: Jam«» Albirt Gray Funeral service for James Al- ; ship cemetery, bert Gray, 80, retired foreman o f ' the University animal industry ric- I Kinmons, Oakland, C a l i f . ! Funeral service was t'onduclcd | this afternoon at 2 o'clni k in thn j Callinin-Siscu F u n c i a l Chapel liy · ' the Rev. Amos Howard, Mrthorli..t ' minister. Burial was in F r i e n d - National School Day Observed By March Of Dimes Today i.-- N a l i u n . i l Sc!u/il DH.V ['·T the- M r i i d i uf Dime*., and nil M-hunl i-hiltiicn in th.o counly wilt c h;indcd a M a r v l i »f l')nnor« card ll ,7 111 ' l h r ' ; "' l c 'n l v 'Clinic On OPS Rulei i i f f u o a f t t h e I - a y e H r - More t h a n two-thirds of t h e partmcnt who died Wednesday, ' , r o.(K)li population of C a m i u u i n : was held Friday altcrnoon in the j \ f ] am \ j n the P h i l i p p i n e Islands D L Dykes Jr pastor of the j Watson M o r t u a r y by the Rev. j | )ar i ,,, |, n evacuated when the Central Methodist Church. Burial John Asbcll. B u r i a l was in Mt. · volcano r,n H i b n k h i b e k M o u n t a i n was in Evergreen cemetery, under ! Comfort, cemetery, with arrange- , erupted in 1!H8. C r e d i t Women's Ilrrakf:i;t j C l u l i foi h e l p i i i K t" p r c p n i e a n d send out ll',:ij(l M r u r - h ot Dnniv. Irltrr.--. l i e ' a i d the H K A allowed r t i u i n r n e n t at it.*- o f f i c e ' , lo be U:.''d. .ind t h a t Bill 1 ' u t i n a n « i u l , M m a n y hourr. Hdrirc.':Mn^ tun ^c'..'i of March of Dnnr.: en, elojies. t ' l i c a - C'nlrt Company ; . i i c M i i c n h r i p r d t l i M r i h u l c coin ctillei-lnri o v e r the count v. .Jack Joyce is K.i.vclle'. i l c h a n - Scheduled January 22 ilh slots for (r. e dimes. Knrnk j man of I he t i m e , and StiUii 1 IT- ! I u t i l r , rnur.ty chainmm for t h r j m i m l o d thiil r n n i i i i j u l i m i s fan bo f chainmm Dimes f.imp.iicn an- srnl anv the direction of the Watson Mortuary. Mri. Josephine Cox Mrs. Josephine Cox, ,'i5, died Saturday in San Jose. C a l i f . She was boni in 1395 in Madison County. Ark., the d a u g h t e r ! Emmit and Frances H a l l . I Survivors are one son, W i l l i a m | Harris, Fayetteville: two rtaugh- · ters, Mrs. Ruby Hushes of Spring\ dale and Mrs. Jennie Klctschcr of i San Jose, Calif.; her mother, Mrs. 'Frances Gabbard of Fayetteville; m e n t s in charge Mortuary. ol the Watson ih n( the r h . i i n n c n . 1n : Mr ' mat I ceil t h e c \ c n l in a I n t e r to \Sulllc, nr In .1. M. J.ickman ;il t h e ; l h r y an- p a i l i n i l . n t v His drive c h a i r m e n in the Mr l i m y R a n k or Mini U n w e l l a I ; ·': si'-tini: inert h a u l - , ty. ; the First N a t i o n a l B a n k , expressed a p i i r c c i a i i o r In t h e ! * " lanes nf thr V c t c i a n s A r i i n i n - A d v r r l i n r In thr TIMKS--II l"».v». I -hint". Public Lecture Slated A t U. A. By Margo Jones -irsn .Jfitrr.. m a n a g i n g director T h c M r r '.)- in Djlla^, Texas, r * public lecture on ;inri t h e American Tho- .1'. 3 p. m.. Thursday in the · m i v .\r\- Center Theater. t h i r c l o r . a u t h o r and ic r I"* l i r n u c n t to the Uni- i i v the riisLinguishrd Lf- miiliov Thcrr w i l . be no n ice fnr her lecture. hitc, not wheat, not rye. .i.or blend of all three-Roman Meal Bread. 11-13-tf Krrn np with Ih* Ihf 1IMKS d»llj. limn -rnt Mri. Oline Winn ! Funeral service for Mrs. Oiine · Winn. 73, who died Friday in the ' City Hospital, was conducted this of afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Black- ; burn School House. Burial was in Ihe Blackburn cemetery wish a r - i rancemcnls in charfic nf Nelson's ! Funeral Home. j ·ISN'T IT?" WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES LYLE BRYAN MOTOR CO, Hobson H. Hughei ! Funeral service for Hobson H. j Hughes. 53, who died Thursday in ; tile B r c n 1 w o o ri Community . Church by t h e Rev. Floyd W. j Parker. Burial was in the Brent- I wood cemetery. j Pallbearers were Clint Shook, I Kennev Webb.' M i l l a r r i Walking, Alvose W a t k i n s , Ted Tallc.v. Hay Clark, Sol M c N u t l , and Bill Watkins. 208 No. Block George Walter Niccum Gcorse W a l t e r Niccum, 39, was killed in accidental explosion January 8 in Boulder. Colo., where he had lived for about five months. ' Uciails of the accident were not j learned here. Thfi body arrived | here this morninp, accompanied j by his brother, Lawrencn Niccum, \ Mr. N i c f u m was born April 18. , I f l l l , at Greenland, the son of | Clifford and Alien Niccum. HP i wns fin employe of the city of j Boulder. ; He is survived by his parents, of i Faycttevillr: one brother. Law- j retire, of Seymour. Mo.; his pa- , lernal grandmother. MIT-. Ethel j Niccum, Fayetlrvillc; and hi? maternal grandmother, Mrs. Lydia Putnam, Madison. 111. Funeral service was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Baptist Ford church, conducted by the Rev. Donald Walker. Burial was in the Baptist Ford cemetery, under the direction of Moore's Fu- ! neral Chapel. Charles W. Mead SnriiiKdalc - (Special) -Funeral service was held this afternoon for Charles W. Mead. 80, former resident of Springdctlc who died Wednesday night in the home n[ j a daughter at Kingston. Mr. Mead, j a retired carpenter, WHS born July Listen to the NEWS, *och weekday, at 7:30 AM, evtr station KGRH i OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. Completely Automatic Washer Do Your Laundry! Washes, Rinses, Dries. . . Quickly, Thoroughly, Gently all Automatically! 99 $299 W i t h A B C - 0 * M a t i c y o u ' l l w h i s k through big family Vashmgs in record time. Juit LOAD ... bET ... FORGET. All of your ashing, tiniing, und damp drying is done AUTOMATICALLY. So simple snd safe a child can do a finiihcd wash that looks clean, smells clean and tt clean! 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