Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 6, 1952 · Page 3
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March 6, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NOfrmWfiT ARKANSAS TIMIS, feyrtMvilk, ArkanMi. Thuittifiy, Man* t, IM2. Beekeepers Narjie Officers At Rogers Harry Foster Of Gravette Heads Organization Rogers-(Special)-Harry L. Foster of Gravette was elected president of the Northwest Arkansas Beekeepers Association here yesterday. Other officers elected were W. H. Smith, Harrison, vice president; Mrs. Dele Doke, Pea Ridge, secretary-treasurer; Bert Jackson, Huntsville, Pat Clabourne, Alpena, L. A. Carmen, Prairie Grove, Mrs. E. J. Garner, Jasper, and Mrs. George Whitman, Yell- vllle, members of the board. There were 125 registered at the morning session with each of the seven counties represented. T. S. McNeil of Rogers, head of the Benton County soil conservation program, presided at the morning session. The Rev. William Malotte, pastor of the First Christian Church, gave the invocation. E. S. Graham of Lowell made the wel- , coming address and W. H. Smith of Harrison, the response. Speakers at the morning session were Mrs. Bea ]J. Davis, Little Rock, secretary of the State Beekeepers Association; J. H. Davis. Little Rock, state .inspector of apiaries; and Ray M. McLester, Dardanelle, .who substituted for W. C. Daniels, state president of the Beekeepers Association. E. S. Graham of Lowell presided during the opening of the-afternoon session. The sneaker was Phillip F. Allan, Fort Worth, Texas, regional biologist of the Soil Conservation Service. The next meeting will be May 2, at Harrison. At this time the by-laws will be read and a campaign for added membership will be opened. The Nominating Committee was headed by Euel E. Boyd, Huntsville, John Morris, Farmington, Floyd Hight, Garfield, and Harry L. Fister, Gravette. \ Obituary Mn. Martha Jan* (Mottle) Nix Springdale-{Special)-Mrs. Martha Jane (Mattie) Nix, 68, died this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harold Andrews of Fayetteville. She was born April S, 1883 at Compton, ArK., the y daughter of Edward and Isabel' Plumlee Sims, both of Clay County, Tenn. She was the widow of James H. Nix who died in 1942. Mrs. Nix was a member of the Holcomb Street Church of Christ In Springdale, · and had lived in this vicinity most of her lifetime. Surviving arc four daughters, Mrs. Louise Langrell, El Monte, Calif., Mrs. Bernicc Lookinbee, El Monte, Mrs. Madonna Altaian, Richmond, Calif., and Mrs. Elou'ise Andrews of Fayetteville; one son, James Edward of El Monte; five sisters, Mrs. Lavonna Sisco, Delmar, Ark.,'Mrs. Cora Webb, Portersville, Calif., Mrs. Lucy Sisco, Springdale, Mrs. Sarah Jones, Springdale and Mrs. Iva Farish, Richmond, Calif.; two brothers, Tom and Frank Sims, both of Springdale; nine grandchildren. Funeral arrangements in charge of Callison-Sisco Funeral Home are incomplete. I Motor And Young Jon Killed In Explosion Little 3 o c k-(/Pj-An explosion in a Beriton, Ark., home yesterday ! claimed the lives of a young mother and her 18-months-old ion. Mrs. Lindell George, about 25. perished when the blast damaged her home. Her son Danny died last night in a Little Rock hospitdl. The explosion set off a fire that damaged the interior of the George home. .Volunteers who dragged Mrs. George and Danny from the house said they found a five-gallon | kerosene can with its bottom blown | off inside the house. Births Mr and Mrs. Carl George Mr. and Mrs. Carl George of Springdale announce the birth of a daughter, March -5, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Williams Mr. and Mrs. Dean Williams of Springdale announce the birth of a son, March 5, at the County Hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Redwine Mr. and Mrs. Joe Redwine of Fayetteville announce the birth of a daughter, March 5, at the County Hospital. Today's Market- si. Louii Lirctlock National Stockyards, Ill-l/P)USDA-Hogs 15,500; active, uneven, 180 Ibs up 24 to 40 lower than. Wednesday's average; lighter weights 25 to 50 lower; sows.up to 25 off; bulk choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3, 180-230 Ibs 17.10-35; several loads mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2 190-216 Ibs 17.40; one load 17.50240-270 Ibs full width of choice grade 16.10-17.00; 280-320 Ibs '15.75-16.00; 150-170 Ibs 15.7517.25; 120-140 Ibs 13.50-15.25; 100110 Ibs bulk to 13.00; sows 400 Ibs down 15.00-75; heavier sows 13.00-14.50; stags · 11.50-13.50; boars 9.00-11.00. Cattle 1,200; calves 450; few commercial to choice steers and heifers 30.00-34.50; prime 904 Ib mixed steers and heifers 35.50; utility and commercial cows 22.0024.00; wtih canners and cutters 18.00-21.50; bulls firm; utility and commercial 24.00-27.50; cutter bulls 20.00-22.00; vealers steady; limited number of prime 40.00; bulk good and choice 32.00-39.00; utility and commercial 23.00-30.00. Sheep 1,100; trading dull, mostly 50 lower than Wednesday; early sales good to prime wooled and fall shorn lambs 26.00-25; including load of 110 Ibs at 26.00; best .ambs not sold; failed include load 107 Ib shorn lambs No. 2 skins and including few yearlings, 25.50 straight; these similar to . shipments at 26.00 yesterday; few utility to good slaughter ewes-12.0014.00; cull ewes sparingly at 9.0011.00; few aged bucks 11.00. ' F E E L I N G L O W Maybe Yea Need VI-HIHTEX If vou'r* ft.linq low. due to Uck ol nitdtd vlt.miru and mlntnli. VI-MINTEX Tibltti may pep you up likt nobody'i butlntii. They really pack * wallop. You 9.! t ·iltntial viUmlnt ind 5 ttttnhtl mirur*Ii. Th* body n.«di th.m all. Try Vj-MINTEX t*b!el» for · month at our rlilt -- on j poiitivi monty bick 9u*r*nt«. VI-MtNTEX only coin $1.00. 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