Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 17, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 17, 1952
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I, fiuiliii«i. JliiiiMH. Tfcw***, Jamwry ". '«·* F-51 PLANE CRASHES IN YARD CHARRED WRECKAGE is all that remains of the F-51 plane which crashed into a yard at Superior, Wisconsin, and burst into flames. · The pilot ol the destroyed craft, Capt. David Winn, parachuted to ·afety after he collided with another Air Force plane over the city. Capt. Laudell Haimes, pilot of the other F-51, was able to bring his. plane down on the icy St Louis Bay. No one was hurt, fInternational) Obituary lute and was a former trust o f f i - cer in a Houston, Texas, bank. His wife died in November and they have no immediate surviving relatives. Mrs. Julia Benson Mrs. J u l i a Benson, 81, died Edward Oscar Brown Tuesday night in the Elizabeth ]p| m Springs-lSpei-ia'D-Erlward Hospital at Prairie Grove, follow- Qscar Brawn, 5G, died unoviicetcd- ..ig an illness of two months. She was born at Goshcn, December 5, iy at his home about f o'clock Tuesday evening. Mr. Drown was \ V d b U U J I I d l V J U M I l ^ l l , J ^ l _ - v - i - l l l ' J i . i n, l U C S C l a y C V U M J U 5 J . m l . U l u n i i ..u^ 1871, the clauglitcr o[ Dr. Jesse helping his wife burn grass in the Kelly and Elizabeth Ann Richards | garden plot when he suffered an Kelly, and spent her life time in attack. He was pronouced dead t h a t community. She was the u ptm arrival of the doctor, ·widow of the late William j n e was born October 7, 18315 Harrison Benton who died in l'J37. I j n, Russia, the son of George Survivors include five daugh- ant i Marie Drown. He moved to te'rs, Miss Lynn Bcntnn of the home, Mrs. Lola Sawyer and Mrs. W. F. Buatright, both of Elkins, Mrs. Roy Gla/.e. Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs. Randall Harbison of Los Angeles, C a l i f . ; three sons. Clyde and "Woodrow Benson of Elkins, and Bill Benson of Spiro, Okla.; 14 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and numerous other relatives in the communily. Funeral services will be hrld tomorrow al 2 p. in. by the Rev. Paul Watson \l Springdalc, in the Methodist C Burial \l Spr hurch at Goshcn. be in the Goshcn cemetery under Ihe direction of Brashears F u n e r a l Home a t lluntsvillc. the United States with his parents while very young, and had made his home in Chicago, 111., for many years, where he was a member of the postal force. Mr. Brown retired two years ago, moving to Elm Springs to make his home. Survivors arc his wife, Mrs. Josephine Brown of the home; one sister, Mrs. Marie Koch ol Pasco, Wash. Funeral, service.-: under the direction of the Wasson Funeral liome arc incomplete. Burial services will ho at Elm Springs conducted by the Rev. Woodrow Woods. _. Mrs. Iva Coles Pallbearers will bfi members o f ! Frairie' G r u :-(Bpecial)-Mrs. the Forest Service. Arthur Meitzen Rogers-(Sorcial)-Funeral perv- 1 thur Iva Cates, 50, died at her home in Prairie Grove this morning. She is survived by her husband. Ar- daughter, Mis. - - ice foV A r t h u r Meitzcn, M. opera- Harold Bartholomew of Prairie tor of Hilltop Inn on Highway 02 | Grove; three sons, Gene of the north of here, who was found j home, Billy Cates of I'orl bin, dead yesterday afternoon in his I Okla., and Earl Cates of Prairie place of business, will be conduct- I Grove; two brothers. Jim cd tomorrow at It) a. m.. at the Callison-Porter Funeral Home by lough 'of Labeltc, Kan., and John McCollough, Nobel, 111.; five the Rev. Vernon C h a l f a n t . Burial j grandchildren. will be in the Rogers cemetery. Funeral services w i l l be: held He was found bv Sheriff John j Friday at 2 p. m., al the BilhuRly Black and State Trouper Wallace I Church by,the Rev. Hoycl I Ji,,ei 1'arnell a f t e r neighbors reported of Winslow. Burial will be in the they had not seen him for a day |".«T ^,"! "r ±?« or so. Coroner W. F. Burns said icctior death was the result of natural | Homo. causes. He was a graduate of Rice tnsti- FEEL ACHY? symptomatic RELIEF Spaghetti Supper at Westside School Thursday, Jan. M 5:30 to 7:30 Sponsored by Westside P.T.A. Public Invited !iwP^.«BBi»M««« i NO 1 Stanley Moore beams j w i t h pleasure displaying the first muskrat he ever caught as ' the trapping season opened ! along North Carolina's Dare ' roast. The animal's pelt means about S3 to the ColiiiRton Island, N.C., youth. (NEA) Sale! Women's Hats . . . . including FELTS! VELOURS! VELVETS! FABRICS! Two Value Groupings! Formerly priced up lo $10.95 NOW. . Formerly priced Lip to $5.95 NOW. . Millinery Department The Fashions that BLOOM in the SPRING Uur Pet! Roth moor SUITS $OQ95 Firsl choice for Spring because of their beautiful tailoring and style, these famous rayon suits are perfect, too, for year 'round wear. In Rothmoor's new "Pcltishcm" soiling. Sizes 10-20. Black wilh gc'd, ! ' '. i.n silver. READY-TO-WEAR - MAIN FLOOR New Arrivals! Seersucker for SPRING 5 Crisp, fresh cotton seersuckers--the com- fortable dress that's so easy lo care for. Button down the front with contrasling elastic belt. In red, green, grey, brown or blue. Sizes 1 2 - 2 0 , 16tt-26!i. BUDGET DRESSES-MAIN FLOOR rat* ·! for* end «ft . . . M very lilt Ma J ciNiuin f. n » ·n k«il I* tl.... I luili AH Wnl j Ml. Pink h«i*. milt ····. · ! White Value! Contour Sheets DOUBLE BED SIZE Special Purchase! DISCONTINUED MODELS Of The Famous Nitey Nite SLEEPERS Mtri't your chant* to dr»js your chtrubi for dreamt In th« quality tleeptr Nitty Nil«-at a big taving. LINENS -DOWNSTAIRS Pacific olfors ill f i n e j t muslin in those criip, new w h i l e sheets that hug your inaltioii. Turned and loped corners assure the poifect snug (it which ii bringing thes* fhents so much acclaim. At Last! A reptol ihipmtnt of a thr««-tim« nil-out GOLD SEAL "Snowy" Bleach SAFE FOn PRF.CIOUS NYLONS, RAYONS NOTIONS-MAIN FLOOR Formerly $2.25 to $3 25 2-pc. 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