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January 16, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NORTHWKT ARKANSAS flMIS, FoyttttvilU, Arkantoi, Wtdnwdar, January 1«, I9S2 3 Methodist Men To Convene At Prayer Meeting Four men's classes of the Central Methodist Church will hold a prayer meeting Friday night in connection with the United Evangelistic Mission hcing held in most Methodist churches in Arkansas next week. Dr. C. G. Melton is prayer leader for the meeting Friday night in the church. An organ prelude will begin at 6:15 p. m., and the 30-minute program will start at ._ 6:30. Others taking part include aood and choice No. 1 skins 29.- Fred Kerr, Raymond Staten, Clint i 25; no yearlings sold; slaughter Walden, Dr. Joe Hall, and Howard | ewes steady, mostly 12.00-14.00; higher; few low good to fholce I steers 31.00-34.00; high choice, yearling steers 35.00; few heifers 34.25; utility and commercial cows 21.00-23.00; canncrs and cutters I 16.50-20.50; utility and commcr- , ciai hulls 24.50-28.50; good and j choice vcalcrs 31.00-38.00; odd head prime ranging up to 42.00; utility and commercial vealcrs; 22.00-30.00. Sheep 900; lambs active, sharply and unevenly higher t h a n Tuesday; some sales 50 to 75 higher; very limited supply strengthening influence; Jew lots good and choice woolskins 29.50-30.50; best still unsold; part deck merely good grade 29.00; others with liberal percentage utility grade 2500; cull to utility throwouts down 22.00 and occasionally below; load POLICE PUTTING DOWN RIOT IN JERUSALEM EDEN PREDICTS 'NO MAJOR WAR' Waggoner. The mission will be^in in Central Methodist Church Saturday at 7:30 p. rn., with a youth rally. The Rev. J. E. Dtmlap, pastor of the Mena, Ark., First Methodist Church, will be leading speaker j at the rally. Dr. Virgil Morris, pastor of the First Methodist Church in Alexandria, La., will be the speaker in evangelistic preaching services Monday through Friday at 7:30 p. m. The mission will close with a district mass rally at 3 p. m., Sunday, January 27, in Central Methodist Church. Dr. George F. Ivey, vice president of Centenary College, Shrevepurt, La., will be speaker at that rally. few cull to utility'ewes 9.00-12.00. Obituary Today's Market-- St. Louis Livestock National S t o c k (USDA)-Hogs barrows and ' a i d s . Mary Jeanne Carlitl* Mary Joanne Carlisle, i n f a n t twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlisle, died ii/County Hospital shortly after birth last night. She is survived by her parents, of 218 East Maple; her twin sister, Cynthia Victoria; another sister, Cathleen; the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Eva Jean Jnngfer- man, of Florida; and tile maternal. grandmother, Mrs. Myrtle Jack-| man, of Fayctteville. Graveside services were to bc conducted this afternoon at 4 o'clock at-the Fairvicw cemetery. Burial was to be in Fairvicw cemetery under the direction of the Watson Mortuary. ,j guests from over this section of the i state. Guests were present from Lloplin, Mo., and Fort Smith. The meeting war, conducted hy the '-nt. Freeman Schuster of 1 llunt.-ville. I r v l n Kills of Sprins- w.i:; I he principal speaker, i Miss Myrtilla Dorman sane ac- j cornpani/jil by Mrs. Robert.Cun- ' n i n n h a m . The next meeting of the will he with the Fayettcvillc . chapter. : The Women's Society of Chri;: linn Service w i l l hegin a new M ' l r l v roui-^ on Latin America at n.m Thursday at the home of Mrs. I). 1... mcs. Mr*. M. E. i . .,... w i n n-acti the course. I Keep up with Ine time*--rtti Ihf TIMES tltlj. Jesse Hutchinson Funeral services for J e s s e WEARING GAS MASKS and handkerchiefs to keep out tear gas, hchnelcd police (lop) charge demonstrators who rioted outside the Israeli Parliament in Jerusalem, Palestine. At bottom, ollicers are silhouetted against the flames of burning gasoline spilled from overturned cars. Some 10.00U persons took part In the demonstration made in protest of the government's decision to open negotiations with the West German government for reparations for the death of Jews and confiscation of property durint Hitler's regime. A CAPE IS PLACED on the shoulders ot t l)ritihh Foirlr.il Sccretniy Anlhony Kden at Columbia University, New York, by Profe-jcor John B. Brebncr, during n ceremony in which the former received an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws. In an address thai followed, Kden said Ihcre would be "no major war" as long as the we.';lorn world is "plainly capable of punishing acfjression." (iiitmtaticmalj Farmington Births 3s 13,500; uneven; Hutchinson^ 71, who died Friday j I gilts 180 Ibs up 35 i i v n ' i l in Bcggs, Okla., were held to 40 lower than Tuesday's aver-i yesterday .morning at Beggs, b y ] age: spots more: light weights un- i.ie pastor of .the Methodist! 3 CZECHS HELD AS GOLD SMUGGLING RING SUSPECTS I Mr. and Mrs. l-lnm-h HtmTriiKin Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Howcrman of Fiiyettcville- announce Ihe b i r t h of a d a u g h t e r , J a n u a r y 15, at the City Hospital. The Northwest Aritamas Scott i s h Rites C'lul) mot here at 7 p.m. j yesterday w i t h 120 members and j ! I evenly lower; 150-170 Ibs 50 to 1.00 lower: 140 Ibs down 1.00 to 1.75 lower; sows mostly 253 low-. cr; choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 180-240] j f Hood Ibs 18.25-50; latter paid for mod- ',, ' , erate numbers mostly u n i f o r m pas Church. Burial was in the City cemetery at Sapulpa, Okla. choice Nos. I and 2 210 Ibs down; 7ackcrs buying at 18.25 down: most 250-300 Ibs f u l l width of choice grade 17.25-18.00: 150-170 Ibs 16.00-17.75; 120-140 Ills 13.75- | ,, a '"!'": 16.00; 100-110 Ibs 12.25-14.25;' sows 400 Ibs down 15.50-16.00; heavier sows 13.50-15.00; stags 12.00-14.00: boars 10.50-13.00. Cattle 2,000, calves 500; trading active and prices strong on steers and heifers; cows .slow and barely steady with Tuesday's close; bulls steady; vealcrs Funeral services for J. Ernest Hood. 50. of Pnmpa, Texas, were conducted Friday in Pampa, at the First Methodist Church with b u r i a l in the Fairvicw cemetery I Cooked Fine Dinner; Threw if TO DOG! One lady used tt. throw her ov. r n dinner to the dog most of the time. It made her sick just to look at food. She was swollen with gas, full of bloat, felt worn-onl. Finally she got CERTA-V1N and says she now eats everything ir, sight and digests it perfectly. This is the new medicine that is helping so many stomach "victims" here in Fayctteville. Tt helps you digest food faster and better. Taken before meals, it works with your food. Ga.s pains go! Inches of bloat vanish. Contains herbs and vitamin B-l with Iron to enrich the blood and make nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon feel d i f f e r e n t all over. So don't go on suffering. Get CERTA-VIN--Clinchcn's Fayelte- villc Drug Store. Mr. Hood died from a heart at- ! tack suffered w h i l e on his way . home from Amarillo, Texas. He : was born in Elkins, Ark., and ' moved to Pampa from Shamrock, Texas, in 111-13. where he was cm- ployed as a teller in the First National Bank. He later accepted the ']' 00 I " ost of city socl ' clm '- v an(1 resigned because of ill health in 1947. Survivors include his wife, Lena Lea; one daughter, "Robin; one sister, Mrs. Earl K. Harris, of Helena, Mont., and his father, Thomas C. Hood of Fayettevillc. He was a member of the First Methodist Church at Shamrock. Mrs. Armando Emiline Knight Bcntonvillc -(Special)- Graveside services for Mrs. Armcnda Erniline Knight, 31, will lie con-' dueled here by the Rev. Carl] Chism, pastor of the Kinmannal ] Baptist Church in Rogers, at Z\ p. in. Thursday. THREE CZECHS suspected of hcing members of an international gold smuggling ring arc hooked for Secret . Service agents in a New York police station a f t e r being found with Ml.^OO worth of V-by-S-by-Vi-lnch j Kan., following a long illness. She gold tars. From left: Eva Joseph, 22, who said she came to the t). S. from Israel in March, 1301; Frank j Joseph, 47, diamond merchant who said he came to the U. S. from Israel List October: his brother Jack j Joseph, 22, Eva's husband, who said lie came to the U. S. in March, 1901. In a l l , an estimated $100,000 i worth of gold and 515,000 in cash was confiscated, all turning up because the Josephs became frightened i when officers went to Investigate their Illegally parked car. Gold bars arc in foreground. (Inlcrnatlonult; Your Child WILL LIKE THIS NEW COUGH HELP For coughs and bionchitis due to colds you can now gctCrcomulsion specially prepared for Children in a new pink and blue package and be sure: (1) Your child will like it. (2) It contains only safe, proven ingredients. (3) It contains no narcotics to disturb nature's processes. (4) It will aid natuic to ioothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed throat and bronchial membranes, thus relieving the cough nnd promoting rest and tleep. Ask for Crcomulsion for Children In the pink and blue package. CREOMULSION FOR CHILDREN «tll«m Ciffkt. CMll Ctldl. Ac.tt Ironthlll/ Mrs. Knight, a resident here f o r 1 33 yean-- 1900-3D-- died M o n d a y ' at a nursiny home in Garnet!. was horn is Waterloo, Tcnn., October 13, 1860. · Surviving are one son, G r a d y j K n i g h t of Kinkadc. Kan.; f o u r j grandsons; nine great c i a n d c h i l - , c^ren and one great-great grand-; child. · Funeral services were at 1 · o'clock this afternoon at Gainctt. The body will be returned hcrel for graveside services and burial. Botli the local services and burial will be in Bentonville cemetery under the direction of the Burns Sir. iinrt Mrs. Itlchard I). Lewis Mr. and M r : . Richard U. I.cwis of l-'ayettevillu a n n o u n c e UK' b i r t h of a ::in. J a n u a r y U, at Ihe City Hospital. Mr. and Airs. Mi-will I'. Siiiid^rass Mr. and Mrs. K r w i n I". SnodIjra.v: (if K a y c t l c v i l l e announce the b i r t h uf a d a u g h t e r , J a n u a r y 15, ,il Ilic County H o s p i t a l . Mr. and .Mrs. lirurco Snydrr Mr. and M i s . .;rori;e Snyder of We.^t i-'nrk, announce the b i r t h of a d i i l l K h l u r . J a n u a r y 13, at file County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hilly I). SmiJcras:! Mr. and Mrs. Hilly D. Snud- Kras.-- ul Tuh'a, Okla., announce the birth of a d a u g h t e r , J a n u a r y IB, at the C n i i n l y Hospital. hnn'i Suffer Annttirr Ml rule No rnnlirr how rmmy rcmedI^ you hnve Irlrd for i t r h l r i R eczema. morlnM*. Infcrlimu. n l h t r l r ' K foot "t wlmtt-vcr your shin Iniulilr mnv he--nnylliltiR f r « n » lir/id to fmit-WONDEIl HALVE n n l U'MI-|T MetlicalnJ Hoop can help you. Developed tot iti« hnyfl In Ilic Army- iww for juir folks »t home WONDEH SALVK l.i white. RriMivlfH, (intlM'nilr. No uiily nppNirniH'C. fiiifr for till Id rtn. Grl WONDEH SALVE and WONDER ANTlfiKPTIC SOA1~ rcsiilts or- money refunded Truly wonderful prripurntions. Try them. Sold in Fayctltville br Quaktr. Rickclls, and F»yelHvlll« Drug Slorei; or your hometown druggtit. Fast Service In Time Ot Need 7 Occasionally, the need for a cerlain prescription or pharmacculical m a y b 6 urgent. At that time you can depend on ui for the rapid service that you re- quire. Call 3010 FREE DELIVERY CONYERS PHARMACY CORNER BLOCK k D1CKBOK Neat nnd Smartly Styled Hair- culs and Good Clean Shavei HAIRCUTS ONI* 50s WHITE'S BARBER SHOP 405 W. D1CKSOH Methodist Men's Prayer Service j for United Evangelistic Missior) FRIDAY, JAN. 18, 6:30 P.M. j Central Methodist Churcll Funeral Home. New Yorkers often have w i n - ters more severe than those in Reykjavik, Iceland's capital. The latter is warmed by the Gulf Stream and the average temperature is 32 degrees in January. Salem, Oregon's capital city, is the only major city in the stale which lies in two counties 1 , namely Marion and Polk?, scparaled by Ihe Williamclte River. Keep up with the times--read the TIMES dilly. 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