Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 20, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 20, 1952
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Association Of Reserve Officers Will Meet Thi Reserve Officers Association will meet tomorrow nifht al the 'National Guard Armory to discuss universal military traln- ng, and to nominate officers lor the new-'year. -Starting time I 7:30 o'clock. Baron Steubcn was a German drillmasler whose leadership and organizing ability contributed to American victory in the Revolution. "Hot flashes" of change of life stopped or strikingly relieved to 6MO%*of th« eaits in doctors'ttttt I .·Those suffocating "heat waves" -- alternating with nervous, clammy feelings -- and accom- P'Sif? oftcn b y restless irritability and nervousness -- are well-known to women suffering the functionally-caused distress Of middle life "change"! You want relief from such suffering. And-- chances are--you can get it. Thrilling relief! Thanks to two famous LvtHa rinkham medicines! ·» */nlocforj'«fj,LydiaPinkham's Compound and Tablets brought relief from such distress In 63 and .'"'L. '"spwtlvely) of the cases tested. Complete or striking relief! Amazing, you say? Not to the many thousands of women who i %? £TM «P«iHice what these Lydi« Pinkham medicines can do! ·»£? »L tlon -«tualJy-Is very WHWIST AIKANSAS TUMIS. tayMMvlfe, ArlianM*, WWiWMfey, hWiwry JO, t*fl '- " -j Nearly One-Third Of Campus Chest Goal Raised At U. A. Obituary . Try Lydia Plnkham's on the basis * ° o .rH . S^S re lef from 'hose terrible not flashes" and weakness ·o common In "change of life." (too lydia Pinkhom'i.workl It a:ls through o woman's sympathetic nervous system to give relief from the "hot flashes" and other functionally-roused distresses of "change of life." Don't put it off! oet Lydla Pinkham s Vegetable Compound or new improved Tablets with added iron (trial size only Sit). Wonder/ill -- too -- for the functional pains, cramps, "dragged-out" reelings and other discomfort of monthly menstrual periods 1 Final Cleaance of Early Fall Merchandise Dresses . . . . $5-$10 Cottons - Crepes - Wools Blouses . . . . $3.00 Skirts $3.00 Formols . $17.50-$25.00 3 Coots . $17.50-$25.00 10 E. Ctntti Phone 1330 Mrs. Maud Rutherford Mrs. Mauc' Kutherford, 05, lifelong resident of Wesl Fork, tiled unexpectedly yesterday afternoon about 2:30 In her hiunc. She was i born near Woplsey April 29, 1880, ! the daughter of John and Kllen ! Clark. She was married lo Claude j Rutherford September 25, 1905, al I West Fork. She was a member of ' Ihe West Fork Assembly of God Church. She is survived by her husband, of the home; two sons, Bills TUilh- erford of Eugene, Ore., and Burl Rutherford of Midland, Texas: her mother, Mrs. Ellen Clark of Wesl Fork; two brothers. Bert Clark of Tcxarkana, Texas, and Newel Clark of West Fork; and four granddaughlers. Funeral arranfiemcnls, under! the direction of Nelson's Funeral I I Home, are incomplete. died In December of lOtO. Survivors lire one son, James Nichols of New Mexico; five daughters, Mrs. Desslc Cawthon.' "" -' » » u u i unu mm . _ _ Kernold, Town; Mrs. Nora While,'"""-I o( Bcnlonvillc. He spent his liurial will he In the Benlonvlllo cemetery. He W,IK born October 27, 1879 farm one and one-half miles r e r n a i u , iowa; Mrs. Nora While,' L '" lt UI jjyiuutiMiir:. uc spent nts DCS Mnlnrs. Iowa; Mrs. Ira While, I entire life In Bcnton County. He Sprinsdale; Mrs. Martha Sturdy.) n ' as married to Virginia Davis Lincoln, and Mrs. Laura Nicrum -'"'y '8, 1008. Mr. Jefferson had ··f Cover City, Calif.; 21 grand- DWM retired for several years. hildrcn and 20 creul-grandchll- He Is survived by his wife; thrc ren. . · daughters, Mrs; George Black ani I - u i v r i ! -icrviiTK v/ill he held *'«· Glenn McQuecii. both of Sea I the Callison-Slsco Funeral ? dc ' L " l l f - " llcl Mrs - A - v - w i l i : . . ,vitn burial in Ihc Wilson I' 1 "" 50 ' 1 "' """" I Lowell; thrc nm..~.... t-\.i.- _ . . Sons. Dal( Jfir». an/I Rftv nil t\ sons. Dale, Joe, and Ray. oil of Bcnlonvillc; three sisters, Mrs. w, T. Robertson of Houston, Texas Mrs. Klla Mills of Tulsa, Okla., ;mrt Mlts Lizzie Jefferson of Bcn- tonville; and three grandchildren. cemetery. Other arrangements in '·barge of Callison-Sisco Funeral | Home, arc incomplete, James Harvey Jefferson Bcntonville -(Spccinl) -funeral 1 · --·-- crviiTs for Jii.ncs Harvey Joftcr- j Georg* R. Gwinn f«n. 7.1. will be conducted at 2:30 i I . I t i l e Kock-l/I'i-GcorKc R P. m. tomorrow al Ihc Cnlllsnn- j C'winn. 57, for the past three years n . r y f,-T ri ! " om . c . hcrc h - v » '»="'ber of the advertising staff is', h v . 11" ?· A 10 "' 0 ''' "'- nf lhc Arkansas nemocrat here, · - ^ ' ' 1 1 0 Iiev ' '- A - J ""»8on.' tiled uncajicctcdly today. A native ol Great,Bend, Kan., Gwiiiii al'* one time was advertising dl'recbr of newspapers at flutrhinson, Kan. fie also had worked on ne'wa- papsrs in Wichita, Oklahoma City. Korlf Worth, Baton Houge, Shreve- porl and Jackson, Miss- H,.. worked tor a lime for the, Northv/es. Arkansas Times In Fayctteville. Survivors include his widow an3 , three daughters. W»rd Medalist With 87 St. Augustine, Fla.-WVHarvk Ward, Tarboro, N. C., shot a five under par 67 to take medalist honors In Ihe Tournamcnl ot Golf Jlub Champions, NIT A.iks Three New York-MVDuquosne, St. John's ol ."Brooklyn and St. Bona- vcnture accepted bids to play In the Natioi.ul fnvltallon Basketball Tournament al Madison Square Garden next rnonlh. Billic Gamma from Hot Springs, stops .motorist on Ihe University cross- campus drive for a contribution to the Campus Chest. A tolal of $972.1!) was collected during the first two days of the University Campus Chest drive. The drive closes tonight wilh a singfest in the Student Union ballroom. The women's houses are competing to raise the $3,000 goal set for the drive. Late last night Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority was leading wilh $204 collected, followed by Delta Deltu Delta sorority with $236. Choral groups from seven men's houses will compete tonight in (he singfest, which begins at 7:J5 The public is invited, and tickets are being sold at Collier's and the Red Cross Drug store. All proceeds from the singfesl will be turned over to "Dough for Polio," one .of Ihe -recipients of Campus Chest funds. Music the program will include semi- the newest of the new .. . Mrs. Lawrence Wins Second Olympic Event mademoiselle* They're here! A new series of MADEMOISELLE'S own wonderful pumps . .. more detailed, more delicate and more feminine than women's footwear has ever been. See them today. navy . . . fashion's' first choice for the season . . ica's 19-year-old siding housewife, Mrs. Andrea Mead Lawrence of Hutlnnd, VI., sailed lo her second gold medal of the winter Olympic Games lo- day when she recovered from a bad spill and staged a spectacular comeback to win the women's slalom ski race. The Mew Englandcr captured the i women's giant slalom lo send the ! United Slates off in front on the | opening day of the carnival last ; Thursday. Today's test was short- I or but more d i f f i c u l t with more I control gates. Mrs. Lawrence look loo daring a chance as she cul through one of Ihe '29 gales on her opening run down the steep course. She skidded and fell bul bounced back to her feet to finish the run in one mintilc, 7.2 seconds. On ' Ihe second Iry, she swcpl flawlessly and recklessly down Ihc 508-yard course which drops 190 yards from Us peak. She was timed in an amazing one minute '1.4 seconds. It was fin effort no one else ! could malch and gave her a clock- ping of 2:10.6. Sow Nothing Wrong, Says Coach Askew "That lakes away all Ihc pride and joy of getting wilhin four points of Kentucky." was the reaction from Porker Basketball Coach Presley Askew to the report lhal cerlain Kentucky play- j ers were paid to keep it close in |ii game w I Rocl; Jan. 2, 1850. |ii game w i t h Arkansas clos at Little ·Iso In grey and black ehantung , . . new decor for ihoes you'll love $14.95 black patent . , , perfect foil for spring's soft wools Kentucky won, 57-53. Arkansas fans were excited .vhen the Razorbacks managed to ·;lny so close lo the Wildcats. "And I thought it was just because we played a good game," said Askew, adding: ( 'i didn'l recall any move by j any player lo make me suspect ·' that Ihc Kentucky game was i rigged. We honestly thoughl we ! had fooled them." I . iaskelball Scores St. Bonavenlurc (19, Siena 44. Princeton SB, Yale~44. St. Johns 87, Kings Point 45. Alnbama 74, Georgia 5li. Kansas 66, Oklahoma A. nntl M. Chicago Loyola 63, Valparaiso Kansas Weslcynn 80, Washhtini 75. Southwestern Kan 70 Central Okl.i .V7. ^ William Jewell 64, Missouri Valley 03. Texas Christian 58, Texas A. and M, 44. Baylor 44, Arkansas .11). / Hire 72, Southern Methodist 57. Arkansas Tech 6B, Southern Slnlc ( I I . Hendrlx 75, Ou.ichllh 57. Arkansas Stale Tchrs 7S, Henderson fll, Horace A. Cameron The body of-Horace A. Cameron 85, resident of Houle 4, Rogers, who died Monday in City Hos- Hospitnl, will be'sent to Om.Tlia, Neb., this afternoon by Nelson's Funeral Home for funeral .service and burial. Funeral service tentatively planned ' for Friday afternoon in Omaha, wilh burial in Forest Lawn cemolery Iherc un- dc- 'he direction of Ihe Burkelt and Son Funeral Home in Omaha Mrs. Martha Ann Nichols Springdalc-(Special)-Mrs. Martha Ann Nichols, 78, died las nighl al a Fayeltevillc convalescent home. She was horn February. 8; 1874 and was a mcmbci of the Assembly of God Church Spring-date. She was the widow of the late James Nichols, who .songs. Gil Stacy's combo will play a half-hour interlude of music. Girls in shorts have been riding around the campus on the front of a public .address car selling tickets lo the sinrrfcst. The girls hoppcil from the car at intervals lo sell lickets (o passcrsby. In three hours yesterday they sold 60 -tickets. Sales ot lickels to the singfcst are not included in Ihc total ot $972.10 of donations announced. Don'l Suiter Another Mljule No manor how many remedies you Mve tried for Itching reaaiin. nsorlnilt. Inlcctlnns. athlete's foot or whatever your ikln trouble may be--anyrtiln* Iron]I head to foot-- WONDER SALVE · net Wonder Mcdlnlnl Soip can hcln you Ocvclowd for the Imvs | n the Army-' now fur j-oi- folks .1 home WONDER SALVE I, while, ereasele,,. antiseptic. No iir-l, nppaarance. Safe for children. Get WONDER SAI VE and WONDER ANTISEPTIC SOAP- resulls or money refunded. Trulj wonderful prnparallorui. Try them. Sold in Fayelteville by Quaker, Rickotli, and Fayollovill« Drug Stores; or your hometown druggttt. Ours' Aione Tiny lumper Shell... Play up the patrician prettiness of your face . . . flatter it with our \ rhinestone sparkled shell .''i of setara braid straw. Other leciei . ..12.95 to 18.50 Royce Straws .. 3.95 to 12.50 this week ONLY ONCE-A-YEAR SALE Belle-Sharmeer l\ylOnS~ from our regular stock Regular $1.95 Rtgul.rll.7S R*gul« Sl.ll Reguler S1.3S $-169 $|.49 $·! 43 $|.u I "· I P'- : : | pr.- I pr . 3 Pair, $4.97 3 Pain $4.37 3 Pairs $4.1» 3 Pairt $3.47 To introduce fabulous-fitting Belle-Shormeer Leg-size Hocking, lo more leg-wise women, and as a "thank you" lo all our regular Belle-Shormeer customers, we offer these special price, this week' only. All the smartest new shades, in all sues, in all weights . . . every, pair of flawless quality. slock up on fln« Belle-Sharmttr Nylons during this Ont-W.ik SALEI FIRST FLOOR Mail and Phone Orders 1iltel Promptly ·*ll« U*h Mt · · W . l t m l e r (or ·»«»»« f or ul | ei im«U lti ' ·

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