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Friday, February 15, 1952
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MMTHWfST AMANSAS TIMB. Mmim, hMy, Mnwry II, 19» . Final Tribute Paid By Britain To King; Burial At Windsor , -Windsor, Eng.-(/P)-Britain said farewell to George VI today in a great .outpouring of sorrowful grandeur and buried him at Windsor with a hymn of triumphant faith. Elizabeth II, a queen al 25, led the nation's final homage to her father. For two and a half hours she rode in a horse-drawn carriage behind the coffin to the dirge of 10 bands while ..more than a million Britons, packed tightly along the chill streets of London, bowed in reverence. Then she entrained for Windsor with the body and saw it laid to rest in a crypt of royalty already holding George III and nine other 1 sovereigns. The king's mother, Mary, stayed in London with the weight of her 84 years and waved her farewell from a window of Alarlborough House. But the widowed Queen Mother Elizabeth was here with the Princess Margaret to hoar the choir sing the hymn she and the new queen had chosen--a hymn of victory, often sung at faster: "The strife is o'er, the battle done; now' is the victor's triump won." The Archbishop of Canlcrbu voiced the commital the Churc of England assigns to king commoner alike: "Earth to earth, ashes to ashe dust to dust, in sure 3nd cerlai hope of the resurrection to eterna life." A slab of stone had been lai aside in the floor and the oa coffin was lowered slowly to th side ot the body of the kinj brother, the first Duke of Ken killed in a wartime plane eras! [Nations Send Representatives Representatives of n a t i o n around the globe joined royalty nobles and l o r d s ' i n the funera at St. George's chapel of Wind sor Palace. There was'lhe Duke o Windsor, who was a King himscl when he Jaid George V iu res here 16 years ago. There wer Winston Churchill, the servant four sovereigns; seven sovereign from other countries; Seurotary o State Dean Acheson represcntini President Truman; the ambassa dor of the Soviet Union; Gen In cordovan -- in scotch grain «-- and in ft/ucfc or brotcn calfskin. For Men as Smart as They Look. Designed for men who know distinctive styling when they sec it, -- and also know that their feet require that day-long comfort which results from the four built-in features exclusive with Wright Arch Preserver Shoes. "»·' · '" ·· WE dlVE Skft GREEN STAMPS LANER BROS. SHOES SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Dwiglit O. Eisenhower, who Jed Britons as well as Americans agains. the Nazis while George VI stood unflinching beside his people in this island Hitler covet ed. The dignitaries invited to thi f u n e r a l . included the chancellti of a new Germany. Britain and all the Commonwealth fell silent for two minute.-, at 2' p. m., the hour of the funeral. Then thousands turneu to then radios to hear the service. Earlier, the street processions had -been seen on 'television. . Million Sen Procession In London, more than a million people from all walks 01 life, had watched in reverent silence as 150 white-gaitered British sailors drew tile king's coffin mounted on a gun .-rarriage from V/estminstcr Hall to Paddington Station. As Queen Mary waved her farewell from Marlborough House, the Duke of Windsor turned in the line of march and-saluted his mother.! Salutes came. also f roir. her tw other sons, the Dukes of Edin burgh and Gloucester, and from the duke of Kent, the 16-year-o! nephew of George VI. Elizabeth II and the queen moth 1 bowed toward the windo\ where Queen Mary watched an checked each contingent in th ine of inarch from the funera program. The king's body had rested i state. in Westminster Hall fo three days. An eight-year-nld bo was the last of 305,806 persons t ass the bier. The king died February 6 of :oronary thrombosis. Elizabeth I. n East Africa · on a royal tour lurried home to receive the horn ige of her subjects as Britain' irst queen since Queen Victoria' leath 51 years ago. As the royal funeral train chug;ed. into the black-draped station t Windsor, an escort of guard nd naval ratings snapped to at- ention. Elizabeth I! sat in thi ion) seat of the royal coach in ie 10-car train, the place near- st the hearse car ahead. The bearer party of Guardsmer ited the coffin, stili draped ir oyal standard, from-, the train. It 'as placed on a gun carriage. The ewelled crown orb and sceptre ·ere put back on the casket. To ie accompaniment of slowly beat- ig drums and a funeral dirge , procession moved toward /indsor Castle and St. George's ' apel. Thousands of flowers, including wreath of red tulips from Presi- ent Truman, brought color to the cene. Thus did England bury its king nd forego austerity for a day. Announcements rder of Rainbow Pur Glrli The Order of Rainbow for Girls ill have formal initiation and cgular meeting tomorrow night t 7 o'clock in the Masonic Hall. 11 Eastern Stars and Masons are iviled. 14th Volunteer Air Reserve ralninr Squadron The 984th Volunteer Air Reserve Training Squadron ; ;ieets at 7:30 p.m. each Wednesday at the Military Arts Department of th3 University. Bernard "Pat" Ryan has been reelected for a two-year term as superintendent of the Lincoln Consolidated School district. He hps been with the .Lincoln system for the past two years. Dessert-Canasta Compliments Miss Paddock A dessert-canasta party, given last night by Mrs. Arthur Brown at' her home on West Maple Street, complimented Miss Alice Paddock bride elect of Tom Pearson, Jr. The Valentine motif was used w\Jh red carnations and white hyacinths arranged for the table centerpiece. Guests for the occasion were rs. Russell Paddock, mother "of he honoree, Miss Carolyn Sue iathcock, Mrs. Robert McKinney, Mrs. Charles Clifton, Mrs. Robert Rhodes, Mrs. Walls Trimble, , Miss Ada Lee Smith, Miss Virginia , Miss Ann Wiggans, Vliss Ann Jean Pappas, and Miss tobin Dale Wilson. Canasta prizes were won by fliss Wiggans, Miss Hathcock and Mrs. Paddock. The honoree received an Arrow:raft, handmade linen cloth as a gift from the hostess. Births Ir. and Mi*. Thurman Brannon Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Branno f Winslow announce the birth daughter, February 15, at th City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kile Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kile o 'ayettcville announce the birth son, February 15, at the Cit [ospital. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Eli Thomas pringdalc announce the birth daughter, February 15, at th ounty Hospital. Used by thousands In reducin ets--Junge's Roman Meal breat 11-18-t 41 I. CENTER PHONE 21 A Brand New Riverside 6.70-25 Plot Fed Tax old tin FULL NON-SKID DEPTH, FULL TREAD WIDTH, FULL SIZE SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY SAlE-Every ounce of material in thii newest member of th« Rivenid* family is strictly 1st quality. Save--buy a s«t now at low introductory sale price. NEW RIVERSIDE AIR CUSHIONS 111! SIZt 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 8.00-15 6.70-16 HIE rim ..13.25* . .13.45* . .15.45* ..·17.25* ..18.95* mil nici ..2.60** . .3.00** ' ..3.10** ..3.35'* ..3.90** . . 1 3 . 7 5 * 3.05** RIVERSIDES FOR OLDER CARS 6.50-15 15.75* 3.00** 6.00-16 11.95* 2.65** 6.50-16 16.25* 3.05** *r1vt Ftd. Tax and your old lln. '*flvt Ftd. Tex DELUXE TUBES REDUCED Ntw lubts htlp tlrts wtar longtr 0 AA wirh addtd safety. Plus Ftd. Tax. 4.70-IJ 10% DOWN ON MONTHLY TERMS TIKES MOUNTED WITHOUT CHAROf Savoy Club Meets At Community House 7'he members of the q u i l t i n g .oup of the Savoy Home Dcm- nstratlon Unit worked on their lird quilt for 1952 at their mcet- ig Wednesday morning at the ommunity House in Savoy. It as pieced by M(s. Ben Hulct in c modern snowball pattern, de- :lopcd in red and white. This ac- .'ity Is the money raisinc project ·r the club. At the regular monthly meeting .' the Home Demonstration Club hich followed, Mrs. Margaret ruwmlcld discussed the tcrml ilofjy used in classifying nylo ockings, giving pointers on ho\ select hose for various require cuts. Mrs. Fay Suther gave a brie -'view of the Book of Deuterono iy, during the devotional service ..Irs. Virgil C. Swopes was winnc of the mystery package. Bereon Class Has Valentine Party The Berean Class of the Con tra'j Christian Church held a meet ing and social hour at the horn of Gertrude Roderick, last night with the i Valentine motif carriei throughout the house. A Valentin' exchange was held, usir.g a large decorated box. Refreshments, consisting of red fruit salad, red and white hear shaped cookies and coffee, wen served to the 19 members and two guests. During the business session, i was agreed to assist in-completing lounge at the church. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. L. E. Cunningham, March 13. Personals Ji.cob Sharp, University co ·- (roller, attended a meeting of stale agents for surplus property Wednesday and Thursday in Kansas City, Mo. Lt. Vance 0. Cook arrived home last night after a year's service In Korea. He Is the son of Mr, and Mrs. W. 1. Cook, Highway 71, north. ommcridatlon of a board of officers that screened all cadets who were considered. Sanders will f i l l tho vacancy loft by Cadet Adolph Towns, who was commissioned .a second l i e u t e n a n t - i n the Signal Corps Ilescrve, February 2. Obituary During 1952 a total of 10,350,000 proof gallons of Scotch whisky will be exported overseas, accord- ng to the Scottish Whisky Association. Oslo, capital of Norway, has a population of about 435,000. Gas Is OK In Balloons, Bui Not In Your Stomach Some people feel like a swollen balloon after every meal. They bloat full of gas and rift up acid- ous liquids for hours after eating. CERTA-VIN Is helping such gas "victims" all over Fayctlc- ville. This new medicine helps you digest food faster and better. Taken before meals it works with your food. Gas pains go; Inches of bloat vanish! Contains herbs and Vitamin B-l with Iro.i to enrich the blood tr.d make nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering. Get CERTA-VIN--Cllnehcn's Fayctte- ville Drug Store. --adv. Three Faycllevlllc men are among the Naval Reservists who left Nusv Orleans, La., Monday for San J u a n , Puerto Rico, aboard the destroyer ncnrts USS Wlllctt and USS Haas. They are Randall E. nalley, David A. G r i f f i t h , seaman apprentice, husband of the former Miss Billic J. Dixon, unri Mnx C. Gabbard, seaman apprentice, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gabbard. Mri. J. W. Murphy Funeial service for-Mrs. J. W. Murphy, 77, who died Wednesday night In Kansas City, was | conducted this morning In Kansas i City, K a n . The body Is to arrive i here this afternoon, and gravo- Isidcr services w i l l be conducted tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock al the Ml. Comfort cemetery by the Rev. Walter Johnson..The funeral cortege will leave the Watson Mortuary at 10.30 for the cemetery. Miss Iva Slockburgcr returned to Little Hock yesterday after attending the funeral here of Mrs. E. Z. Woodruff. Mrs. Giles Pcnnlck is expected to return tonight from Tulsn, Okla., where she has visited this week with her son, G. A. Pennick, Jr., and friends. Drcxcl E. Sanders of A i k a d e l - phla, was selected to command the Army ROTC Regiment for the ensuing year. Col. Henry Nellson made the selection upon the rco rodoy's Market- si. Loulg Unsiock .- - '" National Slockynrds, 111 --(/Pi USDA-Hogs 11,900; weights 180 Ibs up weak to 10 lower than Thursday's average; 170 Ibs down 25 lower; sows 25 to 50 lower, with some heavies off more; bulk choice No. 1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ibs 18.2950;'top 18.50 paid by shippers and butchers, mostly for. choke Nos. i and 2 215 Ibs down; choices Nos. I 2 and 3 230-240 Ibs 18.00-25- packer top 18.25; 250-270 Ibs 17.25-B5; 280-325 Ibs 18.25-17.00' 150-170 .Ibs , 18.0Q-I7.75; 120-140 lb« 13.75-r. ,'5; 100-ilO :lb pi£ 12.25-13.50; sows 400 Ibs down 19.00-18.00; heavier sow* 13.001173; stags 11.50-13.50; boars ».50- 11.50:Cattle 500; calves 300; steers and heifers, mainly commercial and good, 28.00-32.00 -- about steady;' cows slow, barely steady with commercial and utility largely 21.50-23.50; canncrs and cutterj 17.00-21,00; bulls and , vealers . steady; utility and 'commercial bulls 23.50-27.00; cutterj 19.0022.00; cutters 19.00-22.00; · bulk ftood and choice vcalers 33.0030.00; individual prime vcaters ·11.00; utility and commercial vcalm 22.00-30.00. Sheep 150; market nominally steady; several lots good to choice woolcd lambs 25.75-27.00; nothing . over 27.00; although choice and prime lambs not over 100 Ibs quot- iible to 28.00; odd head slaughter ewes steady at 14.00 down; culls 3.00-11.00. 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SHOP RED CROII DRUG FIRST RED CROSS DRUG STORE PHONE 490 N. S4« 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 NOW GREATLY REDUCED-WELL CONSTRUCTED MATTRESSES 252 co 'Hi 38. Tumi, 10X Dotr Btg. 29.95 0 Fomotrt moktrs nationally advartise iam« quality al 59.50, Thickly padded with n«w whitt felled cotton and sisal. V»rt!col-slilch«d pr«-buill bordtr gives sag-r«sislant, right- to-th«.*dgt wpport, Covered wirh n luttrous rayon danaih tick--coral on lilviry gray ground--«xlra hta»y wtav«, ST, Monnii, Matching aO-Coil lox Spring , ; j |§ IMRWn-1-I.UI-NriMI-MAIUitiV- 24.88 r.r«,, 10% Dow* W for comfortable and refreshing sl*«p al o low Salt pfh% this is the maHren. 180 rttiUtnt coils art will poddtd and inswlal«d with all-ntw ftlltd cotton and sisal, h Is constrwchMj wirh a firm outtr-roll tdgt that rtslsls tagging. Ltnf. wtaring wavtn strip.d ticlio, ,),,, wtlsfattory Mtvkfc KGUUI 29.9J rtcrtfcfn **»· W Coi N« M.M

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