Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 28, 1952 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, January 28, 1952
Page 6
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

/ MOtTII*«T MKANIAI TMMI, Mwiiiiy, Jonnary M,, IM1 Jbituory ·it:, Actress, Dies New Yorfe-ifl'J-Aclrcrt Fannie Ward, who sought "eternal youth ' and looked like a flnppcr even in old BBC, died .yesterday ot Lcnlx lllll Hospital. She ndmlltcd to bo- liiR 70 but friends said she waa in her 805. One said H3. The "Eternal SoubrctUi" made a glamorous career of sccklne the fountain of youth, and .-:ald she found it In » secret farlnl trcat- incnt Icnrn'cd from French Stage Star Gaby Oc»ly». Her efforts to slay young--they pcrmltlcd her to play a 14-year old when-'Mic was at least 40-- ·maile her an International celeb rlty for more than. h»K » century Miss Ward began her career Ii 16!)0. She played In inoi;c than 5 singe plays and «!«" appeared ii vaudeville and in movies. . In recent ycar.i, the St. Louis lio'rn flapper lived alone in a I'arl Avenue apartment. A friend foum her unconscious (here last Mon day. She n|;p.".rmll.v had iiecn Ii a coma since the day before an did not recover consciousness be fore her death. . ; TUc actress first was niarric to Joe'Lewi.?, a South African mil llonulrc. from whom she was til vorcctl. She then married her lead Inn man, Jack Dean, who died i 1950. Wcdncsdijr ·* I p. m. In the .rsl Baptist Church In tiprlng- ilc by the Rev. Sidnlcy Jordan, urial will be in Bluff cemetery, ith arrangement* in charge of clson's Funeral. I Ionic. ,a-B .Uabyl . Archb Hobtrt Puff Archie Itnbcrt P u f f . 74. retired anla Fe flallrond conductor, died aturday morning In Ills home lit Vest Fork, lie was born In Dcn- cr, Colo., May 17, 18711, and was niployed by the Santa Fc lines for 1 years until his' retirement .In 1 942. lie came to Washington County about two years ago from Denver. Ho Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Margie P u f f : one daughter, Mrs. Myrna Little, San Frnelsco; . a tcpdaiighter, Mrs. Mildred Fronk, West Fork; and two stepsons, Joyd Drysdale ol Faycttevllle md Vlrd Turner of Denver. The body w i l l bo. returned by ho Walsnn Mortuary to Denver r or funeral service and burial [here. Donald Walker, pastor of that church, liurial wit! be In the Evergreen cemetery, under the Evansvlllc, and Mrs. Hazel Francis, Kansas City, Mo.; one' con, llaskcll Young of Salt Lake City, direction ' of Moore's Chapel. Bobby Bert Cog* Funeral | Utah; one sister, Rachel White of Cecelia, Ky.; live other children by a former marriage; 11 grand- L-hildrcn and two great grandchildren. Funeral service for Bobby Bert j Inkst'or, Midi., was to' be conduct- , Mr »- ludnta t\\*n Moy« cd this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the ; Llncoln-lKjiefiaO-Mrb. Luclnda Ml. Olive Church near Elkins by ] Ellen Maycs, 70, of the Harmon the Ilcv. Basil Lt'dford.. B u r i a l ' was to bo In Ml. Ollvo cemetery ' Glla Mosler Stokes. 77, rtl") yesterday morning a t . h e r home In Springdale following a long Illness, Sho was born near Lowell In Bcnton County, March 15, 1874' the daughter of Marion and Mary Adeline Swanson Mosicr of Tennessee. She was the wife of the late William L. Stokes. Surviving her arc three daughters, Ruth, Bertha, and Lucille Stokes, all of the home; one foster Mri. Matilda Jam McClmkey Funeral srrvlcd for Mrs. M a t i l d a Innc McChiskcy, 03, Fayetlcvillc resident for H5 years who tiled Friday, w i l l be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. in. In the First Assembly of God Church by the Rev. under thi 1 'direction of Nelson's of J. II. Maycs of Harmon. Funeral Home. · | Survivors other than h c r - n u s - Pallui-arers were Oren Thomas,, band arc, one daughter, Mrs. Max- Jiimes Logue, Lynn Ealon, Sam ' Bio Washburn of Springdalc; two former, Hugh Dill, and Ford Bell, i sons, Arch Mayes, Springdalc, and . i Sam Maycs of Harmon; one sister, Mrs. Dona Stccle of Elm Springs; ! four brothers, Craig Brown of Harmon, Kph Brown of Kansas City, Mo., Bill Drown. Coquillc, Ore., and II. L. of Pomona, Calif.; six grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Funeral service will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the White Oak Church by the Rev. Woodrow Wood, pastor of the Harmon Methodist Church, with burial in the White Oak cemetery under the I j lull J t l u v u s , u , Ul I'l^ 11CUI..UII · , . , Community, died at her home yes- »«, Billy StoKes of the home; one icrclay morning. She was the wife ?**'· Mrs. W. fi. Bird of Lonoke, Dr. E. T. Young Lincoln - ( S p t r l a l ) - Dr. E. T. Young, III, former resident of the Evansvillc Community, now of Hlchgrove, Calif., died in a hospital at Porlerville, Calif., following an automobile accident. The body was returned hern for funeral services, Saturday ;ifturnuon at 2 o'clock at the E v a n s v i l l c Church by tin: Ilcv. Waller Fennel i wilh b u r i a l in H a l l cemetery near N a t u r a l Dam, unrlor the direction fo I.uginbucl Funeral Home. Survivors are his w i f e , Mary Young of Richgrovc; three daughters, Mrs. Maude Ncff of Sapulpa, Okla., Mrs. Lucille Glenn of direction of Home, Luginbucl Funeral Texas. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock in the chapel of Calllson-' Sisco Funeral Home, with burial In Bluff cemetery under the direction ot Callisori-Sisco Funeral Home. William Alexander Gibson Prairie Grove- (Spfclul) -William Alexander Gibson, 90, fanner and resident of Farmington most of his life, died Saturday afternoon in his home at Farmington. He was born in Scdalia, Mo. He Is survived by one brother, n. M. Gibson of Farmington. ?IK a number of nephews and nieces. Funeral service was to be conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Ml. Comfort Church by the Mr«. Rose Ella Motif/ Stokts Rev. Jesse Colcman of Lincoln, Springdal^-tSpcciaD-Mi-B. Hose I assisted by the Rev. O. L. Llerly of F»yett«*i11e. Burial was to be In Ml. Comforl cemetery under the direction of the Liiginbue! Funeral Home. Mrs. Josjphine Moshcr BwUor.ville- (Special) -Funeral jervlces for Mrs. Josephine Agnes VIosher, 50, who died at her home in the Vaughn community Saturday morning, wore conducted al 2:30 p. m. loday al Ihe Mason Valley Church. Burial was in the [3arron cemetery under the diroc- lion of the Callison-McKinney. Fu- lieral Homo. Mrs. Moshcr was born in Rockford, ill., in 1902, and came to Benton County in 1940. She was a member r,'i the Mason Valley Baptist Church. - She is survived by her husband, Norman E. Moshcr; four daughters', Mrs. Marjorin Lillard of Siloam Springs, Mrs. Madeline Cherry of Bcntonville, Mrs. Virginia Coonliold of Vaughn, and Elaine Moshcr of the home; two sons, Lynn and Larry of the home; one sister, Mrs. Neva Mosher of Pueblo, Colo.; and three grandchildren. Leslie Stephen Rogers Prairie Grove-lSpecial)-Funer- al services for Leslie Stephen Rogers, i n f a n t son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Rogers of Tulsa, Okla., who died in Tulsa, Wednesday, were conducted Friday at 2 p. in., ! in the Cane Hill Presbyterian Church by Ihc Rev. Paul Walson o! Siringdalc. Burial was in the Prairie Grove cemetery under the d,r;:-::on of Luginbuel Funeral Home. ·' Survivors include his parents; maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pitts of Cane Hill; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rogers of Prairie Grove. of Wayclteville »nnouncc 1h»' birth of a daughter, January 27, at the County Hospital. In many cities of India the individual's rationed diet is only 12 ounces of grain i day. Births Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cochran of Sprincdale announce tlic birth of a dausnter, January 26, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gwallney Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gwallncy . - · - j-- Plan now to cat a real spaghetti inner at St. Joseph's Cathofic Church. Tuesday, January 29. Serving starts at 5:30 p. m. Bring your friends. __ 25-25-28-c WALT BEACH Guarantied Watch RcpaMna Wit* (mMf! Blium II i. ewHt Mmt MTrnrtviLLl. ARK. OH Mr MnrlM Wollaci C. . . Wallace C. Py.cnll, .(15, retire construction eiiRlnccr and res dent of Foyetleville for the pas two years, illetl Saturday nl about B o'clock In Ills home, i 'North OHvc. utter an illness several months.. He was bora near Prairie Grov October 25, 1888, the son of Job .Cunningham J'ycalt and Julia West Pycutt, early Arkansas sct- · tiers. 'He was married In 1D30 In Hong Koiis, China, to Francenca ,Von Plontkowskl. Before Ms i;e- .llrem'ent ..two years afto, Mr. Pyeatt was 'a construction .cn: . trlnccr for the California-Texas Oil Company for about- 35 ycnrs, most of that time In the Near and For East,'chiefly China and Africa. He wus a IMiid degree Mason wilh membership In the Albert Pike Lodge of Porfccllon in Mc- Alcstcr, Ohln. He was a mcmlier of the Masonic Blue Lodge in Tul- sn and of the Akdar Shrine In Tul-' tn. ' -, . Ho'Is survived by his wife; two slstors, Mrs.'J. H. Zcllncr and Mr«. D. N, McCormick, both of Prairie Grovel "and two brothers, Ttobcrt K. Pyeatt "t Prairie Grove and Eirinicl Pyeatt of Fresno, Calif. Funeral service wll be conducted Wednesday at 3 p. in. In 1 the Mcthodlnt Church In Pralvlc.Crovc by,the Uov, D. L. Dykes. Jn, pastor of : thc,,.' Central Methodist Church in Fayottevllle, assisted by tlic rtcv. S. 0.'Potty, pastor of the Prairie Grove Methodist Church. Burial will bt In the Prairie Grove cemetery under the direction of the Watson Mortuary. Thomat Eltwarth Sptotman Thomas Kls\Vorth Spearman, 71, retired salesman, tiled Saturday afternoon. about 4:15 o'clock In his home on "Route 1, West Fork, after a short Illness. He was born in Delaware County, Ohio, on December 25, 18BO. His survivors Include one brother, John Spearman. Funeral arrangements. In charge of Nclmn Funeral Home, arc in- · complete. louli Sam Bargilty Louis Sam DnrRslcy, 07. retiret farmer, died early this morning in !I!E home on F.ast Emma Avenue in SprlnKdalc. lie was born ir Austin, Texas, and was. married December 4, 1007, to Miss Ella liozctnnn in Stephens 'County Texas. He moved with bis f a m i l j to the Sprlngdalo community in 1037 from Antlers, Okla, He was a past member of the Woodmoi of the W o r l d and was a member of the First Christian Church in Austin, Texas. , He Is survived by his wife, of the home; two daughters, Miss Mdn'Barjjslcy of Springdalc and Mrs. J. T. Alshman of Lawton Okla.; one son. C. M. Bargsley, tjikcvlcw. Ark.; five sisters, Mrs, Viola Smith of Colonial), Texas Mrs. W. H. Grerr of Tahoka Texas, Mrs. Callle Drelth of Sacramento, Calif., Mrs. TC. E. Colebank of Portland, Ore., and Mrs . C. A. Pevis ot Clovis, N. M.; two brothers, Charley Bargsley of Dallas, Toxac, and Henry D. ISargsley of Austin, Texas; and four grandchildren. Funeral service will be conduct- GelFacis About Fistula - FREE NEW BOOK-ExploIni Cauiti and lattsl Treatment [OTSAJ ' '.Yf'PIOMS] Illustrated, in-page hoolc on "·'Istulu, Piles (Hemorrhoids), re- lnl«d ullincnls as shown in din* 'train «nd colon disorders .s yours ·/REE. Wrilf today to Thornton : Minor lloullnl, Suite ITO, D l ·£, Llnwood," Kunsas City 3, Mo, BAKE A CAKE IMEOF 150 mm GIVE* TO THE 10 BEST HUMES All Proceeds Will Go To March Of Dimes Here Is An Easy Way To Help The March Of Dimes Reach Their Quota For 1952 -Bake A Cake And Enter It Today In The CAKE BAKING CONTEST And CAKE AUCTION With One of the March of Dimes Just Follow These Simple Rules!!! 1. Bake Your Favorite Cake Recipe 2. Bring Your Entry to Carl Gray's Shopping Center and Enter It Clerks Before 6 p. m. January 31st. 3. Agree to Donate the Cake You Bake to the Cake Auction for Fund. Cakes Will Be Judges By: Miss Lorraine Williams, Home Economist or Southwestern Gas and Electric Company, Miss Mary Evelyn Box, Home Economist at Arkansas Western Gas Company, Miss Mary Watts, member of the Home Economic Department of U. of A. Cakes will be judged on Texture, Flavor and Appearance. Auction Will Be Held At GRAY'S SHOPPING CENTER February 1st 7:00 Friday Remember Ladies: You do not have to be a cake artist to win a prize. Regardless of si/.c 01 uecoca- tion you will be eligible for one of the . . . and besides the cake you bake will go toward helping some victim of I n f a n t i l e Paralysis walk again . . . HELP THE MARCH OF DIMES--BAKE A CAKE TODAY!!! FREE! Coffee and Donuts DURING THE AUCTION Even if you don't take part in the contest or auction, come in anyway for coffee and donuts. SOW rOW DECORATING PftOBtfMS MOTH THESE UW-PfffCED MONTH-END VALUIS! WALLPAPER 2--Thrift Croup Patttrni; for living room art kitchen; ol! non-fodinj colon - --· 3--ludgtl Price Group Pitttrni; fw btdrooms, kilchins and bothroorm. J--Pattwni; suitable for ««ry room of your htmt. Btoutilu! designs and colorings... - 5--Patterm; reolly good quality wnllpopers prited omniinjly low 10--(Muliful Parttrns. This Is the best selection in town »! this low, low price 5--Popular Patterns. Every potiem Is mn-ladln| colored. Some ore even wotertast 5--Smart Porltrni thai will odd distinctive twnty to any room. Non-Coding colors. Some woterfos! 10--Outstanding. Pattifni thot are wnlnt ant 1 wolerfasl and should sell tor at least - 10--Waltrfait and Sunlast Partirni; come see this choice selection 10--Suptfb Pattern!. Every potiem in this group is worth much, much more. Tour choice ~. 10--falttmi. Imojine having your choice «f thesi outstanding papers, oil walerfoit and sunlatt 10--DiitinctiVt PatHrnt thot are the best bargains lor those who want line wollpapers Sal* Ptr I* R»ll 9e r -.lie lit 2I 13C j»c 17e _ « c 19e 14. 23c J7c 2$C .441 29t 5Je 3St si 39c 7« 49c i* 59c FLOOR COVERING Standard Weight Inlaid linoleum; marbleiied ., designs--6 ft. width. Now per running loot - "... $1.32 Standard Weight Inlaid linoleum Remnants; morbkliw 1 designs, J-lt. width, asstd. lengths. Junning ft · .95 Household Weight Inlaid Linoleum; beautiful motbleiin 1 designs, 6-ft. width, osstd. tolors. tunning It Standard Weight Inlcad T«xlloor. Geometric design, 6 ft. widths. Run. ft--'--- Ilj36-lnch Felt lose Utats; beautiful enameled prints. Use on extro-weor spots. Each 9xlJ-Ft. Stratosphere lugs; medium weight. Choke assorted designs. Easy-to-clean. Each... Lancaslrio Burlap Back Inlaid. Solid colors. Run. ft._ kcblierlike Floir Runner; 36 inches wide. Helps prevent slipping, lunning foot - · 9x12-Ft. Studies In Harmony lu|- Unconditionally Cuoranteed. A fine heavy weight rug. E«h Kentlle Asphalt lile; '?«9-inch siie. Full '/|-in. Ihkk. Smart solid colors, fer tile Durable, Plastic Wall Tile; 4i/ 4 x4'/ 4 -in. siie. tsoutiful - mnrbleiied colors. Easy-to-ir.slnll. Each , TruGraln Rug lorder.^Hoturol grained wood effect. 36-in. width, 18c run. ft. 24-in. width, rim. It. only COOK'S PAINTS Shadotone Flat Enaiml-lkh, gtarelree OMuty fer walls and trim. 14 lovely colors. Ql. ot low 01 Shadotone Satin Enamel-Oeep-toned, satiny, soil-resistant finish. For woodwork, walls, flt. as law as ,, Stuff Proof Floor EnameMor ony floor IniUe r out. Extremely tough, resilient, durable. Quart ._ Velvay low lustre--for walls and woodwork; of delkrle, pastil beouty. Washable. Quort Vel»ny Semi-Oloss-Espttially recommenW for kJUheiB ond bathrooms. Woshable. Quart - lopidry Non-Yellowing White Enamel-toes on white .. slays while. Unexcelled for kitchens, baths. Quart -- Ropldry Varnish--For floors, furniture, woodwork. Four beautiful stain colors. Quort siie, only _ Coroc Wall Finlsh-13 exquisite pastel colors. Thins with v/oler. Dries in jail on hour. Washable. Col _ Cook's Self-Pollshinj liquid Wax-Dries to o soft shetn In about 20 minutes. Fer o,uarl, only. _ Cook's Paste Wax--Protects floors, woodwork, furniture. Needs minimum ol polishing. Creaseless. Ib. con Cook's Kle-Nu--Polishes and waxes as II cleom, tetemmendi especially for polnlid woodwork, etc, Pinl Cookleener--For cleaning linoleum nnd asphalt ond ruktor lile. Sole--easy lo use. Non-inflammable. Quart COOK'S PAIN "fi»i for Wear and Wettlktr" EAST SIDE SQUARE--PHONE 524 M $1.64, .... .it .... 4.»5 $1.05 ._ .18 6.95 .05 IS 91.4S 1.M 1.74 1.M 1.77 3.M M M .7f

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page