Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1952 · Page 8
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February 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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?« ft. ^-..u*lMW«T AKAMAI llm... ' iiuo.y -*, ""Obituary T i r.n. Uufhlin · ' v jo'fii"Rayrnond Laughlin, 46, of rayettcvillt, died yesterday morn- jng.Jn a Little Rock hospital. Ho ·as born in 1000, and was a cnr- mtcr. ' : g. He it survived by his wife, Mrs. ·Myrtlo"' : Ireixe Lnughlln, of Fay-' etteVillci'8 son, Johnny liny, and a daughter,..)unla Fay, botlrof the home; tils mother, Mrs, v Ellen Laughlin, Locust Grove, Okln.; ·four .brothers, Everett nnd Ar- .mond,vbbth of Locus',.Grove, imd Harvoy arid Lonnie, both of Los Angdcs, Calif.; nnd one sister, ·Mrs, Lora Garrison, Los Anseles. The body will arrive here tonight, anrl funeral service will be conducted Saturday nl 2 p. in. In Moore's Funeral Chnpcl. Other arrangements are incomplete, Mrs. Julia Elian Atha · Mrs. Jullu Ellen 'Athn, 72, died "at' the nomc of her son, Forest Atha, at.Elkina, yesterday at 3:45 p. m. Shc'iy/as born in the Slrnln CommuniiyV* November 1, 1880 Jand wait theVwidow.of John Atha, who dfel.almost a year ago, Mrs, Atha "*is a 'lifelong resident of Kl.klns. Surviving her are one iwn, For- c»\, of Eiklns; two sisters, .'Mm. Annie Williams of Bcnton and Mre, Lcnnle Lewis of Scagovlllc. Texas; 'three Brothers,' B a b e Strain of Seagovlllc, Jim of Sacramento, Calif., and Paul of Dodge City, Kan.";gne grandson, Tommy Atha. ' * Funeral arrnnRcmcnts In charge of Watson's Mortuary arc incomplete. G*org* Woihlngton Scranton Funeral service , for George Washington Scranlon, 83, ,who died Tuesday afternoon- at his home at Thorney, wns to be conducted this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in ihc Ml. Olive Church by the Rev, Noah Bobbins. Burial was to bo In Ml. Olive cemetery under the direction of Moore's Funeral Chnpcl. Pallbearers were C. F. Klrkscy, D, II. Homeslcy, .1. S. Dill, Sam Faulkner, Lee Bowman, nnd Al Short.. Survivor* are his wife, Mrs. Daisy'Scranton; .five sons, Noble, Earl, Harvey, and Vernon, all of Thorney, and William of'Fuller- ton, Calif.; four daughters, Mrs, Esther Robbin, Cannon Creek, Mrs. Mary Sherry and Mrs. Annie McFee, Thorney" and Mrs. Delia Paschal, Lo Port, Texas; .two sisters, Mrs. C. O, Finical, Parsons, Kan., nnd Mrs, Jennie Holloman, Carthage, Mo.; one brother, Ed Scranton, Cartilage. Mo.; 22 grandchildren and 25 grcnt-grand- chlldrcn. Mn. Minnl* Smith Rogers-(Special)- Funeral services w»re conducted yesterday afternoon at C a 1 1 1 s o n-Porter Chapel for Mrs. Minnie Smith, 72, who died last Saturday at Iloifcrs Memorial Hospital. The Rev. Rel Gray,' pastor of the First Baptist Church, was in charge of the services. Burial was in Forest cemetery near SprinKdalc. Mrs. Smith wns n native of Willow Springs, Mo., and n member of the Baptist Church, Surviving are three sons, Everett Smith of Clovis, N. M., Wilbur Smith of Pincvlllc, Mo., and Lcm Smith' of Rogers; two daughters, Mrs. Vldu' I'ctree of Farwell, Texas, and Mrs! Dollle Bell of Indio, C a l i f . j nnd two brothers, Walter Pcrrin of Shiimrock, Texas, and Lee E. Perrln'bf Ada, Okla. I i 1 I We Are Giving a Choice Of WORTH 5 to the lady with our number in Treasure Hunt WE GIVE AND REDEEM K and K STAMPS BODE GROCERY 116 West Center. Phone 566 J H. Georg* Lincoln -, ( S p e c i a l ) - J. II. George, father of Mrs. . Lowell Carter of Lincoln, died at his home this morning. Funeral arrangements are incomplete 1 but will probably be held Sunday 'near Kansas City, Mo. The body will be returned to Kansas City, by Luginbucl Funeral Home of Lincoln. i for LL Comndr. Mack Hency, son or Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Hency of Lincoln, who wai killed .last Friday' in the crash of · a Navy plane on King Ranch In Texas, will be cpnducted tomorrow afternoon 1 at 2 o'clock at the Lugln- )ucl .Funeral 'Home In Lincoln. ' Burial will be In the National cemetery in Fayettevllle, with ar- ·,-nEcmcnts in charge of the Lugln- )ucl Funeral home. Ed Slaughter Prairie Grove - (Special) - Ed Slaughter of .Prairie Grove died In Little Hock hospital yesterday. The body is being returned to Prairie Grove by Luginbucl Funeral Home of Prairie Grove. Arrangements are incomplete. Mrt. Cera Anibuti McKatn Bentonville - (Special)-- Mrs. Cora Ansbutz McKcen, 73, wife of the Rev. Harry R. McKcen, D. D., died at her home at 712 East A Street yesterday afternoon following a Jong illnejs. Mrs. McKcen was active in the Garden. Club and Study Club here. For 10 years she was responsible for raising funds that made it possible to maintain the city library. Sh'e is survived by her husband; two sons, Harold L. of Tulsa; Ronald A. of Independence, Kan.; three daughters, Mrs. L!oyd Mc- Klnlcy of Wichita, Mrs. Fccrd Morris of Fort Smith, and Capt. Helen F. McKcen of Fitzsimmons Army Hospital In Denver; one sister, Mrs. Clara Ausbutz of Bcl- lalrc, Ohio, and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 p. m., Saturday at the Calllson - McKinncy FuneraJ Home here by the Hcv. Richaro! A. Gclgcr, pastor of the First Prcf- fayterlan Church. It. Comdr. Mack Hency Llncoln-(Spccial)-Funeral serv- L.'. ·r !-8 t f We now have a small line of Hardware for the home and yard, and also carpenter tools. We have in stock the APEX WASHING MACHINE and DRYER, APEX DISHWASHER, also Disposals. See our display of Ornamental Furniture j . . Anything in the Better Line of Plumbing and Heating We will give the lucky winner in the Treasure Hunt a $25.00 piece of " Ornamental Iron Furniture JOHNSON PUIMBINGHEATINGCO. Comer Spring and School. Phone 1060 Basketball Scores (Br The Associated Pren) Penn Slate 84 West Virginia 65 Syracusu 57 Cornell 50. Bradley 54 Houston 50 Chicago 85 Illinois Tech 61 North Arkansas Hot In Early Rounds Of State Junior Cage Tournament Magnolia, Ark.-yP)-Throe North Arkansas quintets--Fort Smith, Van Buren and Bald Knob--have scored impressive victories in the opening round of the Arkansas Athletic Association Junior Basketball Tournament here. Fort Smith's "youngster ousted Delight 34-18 in the first game of the opening stanza last night. Bald Knob brushed off Rector, 40-29 and Van Burcn took a 33-27 victory over Forrest City. Eight games are on tap for to- day. The Kcond round begini t*. liifht. ll.S.S.m. Charm "Silly" Zurich, Switzcrland-Wl-Russlan charges that Canada and the United States purposely played a tie game so the U.S. could take second place in the Olympic hockey competition were termed "silly." . Especially For the Women! 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