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Mflitfi 7, I b it it i i d c i i i IIIIIMimilllHIHItMWMilliitiilHHmilciiliilMillll/M.iiilMllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllllll u«e Its Judgment on what would be suitable. The club mot with Mn,. Kmll Knackslertl In Green Acred Wednesday afternoon with 17 present, four of them visitors. The visitors were Mrs. Irene Stiirnes,. Mrs. Art Cooper, Mrs, Duncan unrt Mrs. E. 0. Helms. The group rend Mrs, Knacksfedf Is Hostess To Petunia Club The Peluni* Gardeji-'Clbb.yol'. · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight .. . · Fayollevllle-Assoclatiftn of Ufe Underwriters, Ferguson's (, Ozark Mudhens, Mrs, Ora Clirk, 7:30, ' ' Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30, Leverclt School Program, School Auditorium, 7:30. , Saturday . . . Family Nlrjhl, Country' Club, 7. Airforce at Elgin; Fla., having been .transferred from Koros, wl.cre he served 12 months. He I had previously served with th or-upallon farces in Japan. all Garden Clubs in'Fayettcvllle! favorite vegetable." . meet together lo hear » Inlk by] A poem wns mid lor March Dr. H, H. Rosen on roses, It was j "'"' " nc (or Hiring by Mrs. Clnra voted alto to spend $25 lor shrubs ' "^'".V "'"' Mr , s ' G TM e ' I ° 1h "·?'," at the Washington County Hos-i i!"' %* ]f *° rl °", bL J '' l r l c k pllal wllh the Crider Nurnorv In , J ' A ""' Wltl . . c " rlcr "inductc ! Mrs. H.H. Howe ; Complimented With Coffee Mrs. M? K. Wllliiimson enter- Johnson P.T.A. Elects Officers CALL M. P/l to Beautify Your Home D e p e n d on o Mailer Plumber f o r economical plant that give new comfort and luxury to homo living,. Phone 59. Phene Jf ·M.P;- Maiter Plumber the man with the amwer A«lt About Our Bu4|tiBurln|Pl.n D UGGAN' PLUMBING (0. a lesson on wild flowers In Pa .cstlne and near the Sea of rial lee, and referred lo Jesus as cnl Ing; m o s t - n i l flowers lilies. Mrs, Stnrnes gave n demon stratioh with on arrangement spring flowers, Refreshments -were served b the hostess nnd the co-hostcs Mrs. Johnson, with St. 1'ntrlc colors used. i All-Day Meeting |HeldBy$8,voyClub · Mrs. Virgil Swopcs, head of the Savoy group for the American Red Cross Fund Drive, distributed envelopes And material -to the members of the Home Demonstrn. lion Club, Wednesday at their regular meeting In the.Communlty House. After a morning spent In quill- Ing and « covered rih' luncheon ·t · noon, the. regular business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Ewlng Jackson, ·nd the following program pre- neritcd. The devo'.lonals,.taken from tho Book nf David, were -given by Mrs..Charles O. Wnllcr, .and the poom of the month, "Planting the Tree,", by. Grace I. Driver,'wns rend by Mrs, Vcstn Luther. "The Blue Boy," picture of the month by Galnosborouuh, wns discussed by .Mrs. J-ickson. Questionnaires in Iteiillh, from the U.S. P.H.S., wns Riven by Mrs. May Luther. Mrs. Homer Luther was welcomed as a new member 0^ the club, and Mrs. Itnlnnd Luther won the mystery package. iHined members of the Goldcnrucl Club yesterday morning with a The Johnson School P. T. A. me coffee In honor of Mrs. H. H yesterday, afternoon, with Mn Howe, who will leave soon for Texas. Centering the lea table' was a large sombrero filled with spring flowers and the buffet was arranged wllh a m i n i a t u r e corral scene, nbovc which hurifi n map of Texas. Presiding nt the toffee service was Mrs. F. F. Nonamakor. As a going away gift from the club, Mrs. Howe received an ornamental plate, featuring (he slate of Arkansas. This was presented :rr. behalf of the club' members by Mrs. Harry York, president. , T^iere were IB members present and guests, Mrs. Buster Dimlap, Mrs. Robert T'ent?., Mrs. F. C. Suton, Mrs. Thnycr'Shelton and Mrs. '. A. Joiner. 'rogram And Tea 5iven For !hi Omega Club The Chi Omega /Mothers Club net Thursday at the home of Mrs. . B. Wlggans. Co-hostesses were Vtrs, Ella Hurst and Mrs. Powell W. Rhea, There were 20 members one new member. The regular business KCssion was Hoy. Carnes in charge of the pro 'gram;which consisted of a novelt; song number given by u group o her pupils; .two p i a n o - n u m b e r by Boyd Tlllotnon a piano numbc by Charlotte Sohl who also gavi a duel with Mrs.-Carries. Officers elected to serve fof the coming year were: Mrs. Clifford Neal, president Mrs, Bill Williams, vice-president; Mrs. Alvln Terry, secretary; Mrs. Art Jorden treasurer. Personals ACCURATE I0SABE MMMCN urmm Individually : Tailored ollowcrl by n prngr.'in, the first art of which WHS in charge of [nyor rthen. He gave an informal ilk on city administration and ontluclcd a questionnaire, with discussion of various phases of work. - · · Miss Hetty Hcnricl of T u 1 s a, Okla., who Is a Chi Omega here fit the University, completed the program w i t h a number of accordion selections. This was followed by. a ten given In the din- Ing room. Mrs. Rhcn presided at the table, Pvt. Johh L. Gibson, «on of Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn Gibson of Fay- cttcvllle, has staHed basic training with Company L, Third Ordnance training Battalion, Ordnance Replacement Training Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. Miss Yvonne Charleswofth was recent visitor of her mother and ulster, Mrs. C. A. Charlesworth and Miss Myrl Chartesworth. She !« supervisor of menu planning at Sky Chef,. Stapleton Air Field, DenVer, Colo. ' ' Mrs. E, A. Bridenthal left yes' . , . a e yesterday 'tor Dallas, Texas to visit her son, Courtney. 'Bridenthal and family. Frpm there she will go to Fort Worth nnd San Antonio, Texas for a few days with fither relatives, and room* at Ml*. Sprouse tat Mrf.' Duncan 'will otttr "HanM *ii4 Cretel." There will be a inwl. admjsjion charge. · fiyetterllle MhiMerial Alliance The Fayettevllle Ministerial Alliance will meet Monday at t a m., at the Central Methodist Church. Zet Tan Alpha . .The Zeta Tim Alpha, active chapter, extends an invitation to all Fayettevllle alumnae to attend the Initiation Sunday evening nt (i o'clock, and to the banquet, immediately following Births Mr. ind MM. Dale W. Carmleal Mr. and Mre. Dale \V. Carmical of Independence, Mo., announce the birth of a daughter, March 6, at the City Hospital. - Mr. and Mr«. Albert I,..Stewart V Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Stewart of Faycttevlllc announce the birth "f a son, March 6, at the City Hospital. ' Mr: and/Mrs. J»ckle L«n«r. . ' M r . and Mrs. Jackie^LUper o Prairie Grove announce the birt of a son, March ff, at the Count Hospital. Qbituory A. SuHlnm · John A. Sullivan, 82, o' Rout five, F«y«tteville, died at his horn last night at 6 o'clock, after a Ion illness. He was born it V»n Winkl Mills in Madison County April 2' 1868, and taught school in thi same county for several years. H served .as post master at' Wesle and Harris,. Ark.,'and served a county examiner of Madison Coun y for a number of years. Mr Sullivan was a member of thi Church 1 of''Christ. ' ' · . He is.survived.by his wife, th brmer Mattle Smith; one son, Dr Roy n. Suljlvan of Cloquet, Minn. ~nc daughter, Mrs. F. S. Bcwen 0 he 'home; one sister. Mrs. Cora Davis, Cave Springs; two grand- hildrcn, .lolrn Frederick Sullivan nd David Parker Sullivan. · Funeral arrangements in charge .(-.Watson's Mortuary are Incom- letc. Today's Marker-- Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Gregson Brown of Midgewood, N. J., a n - ' nouncc the birth of a daughter MellsEO Gregson Brown, Fcbruar 2(1. Dr. Brown Is the son of Mr and Mrs. Randolph B. Bro\vn am' grandson of the Hev. William S. Tiregson. He it R( the present . Army doctor in Tokyo, Japan. Word has been received here !..·». »,,«,.,,, c ..u^-.. r,. .,, «,.,..., , y Mr a n d Mrs GeotKe M c K | n n c v which was decorated In colors of i i h a t C n p l Gllberl Smilh , r j . green and white, using a center-. hospitalized, at the Tra'vis'/Ur' piece or green carnations, and j Force Base Hospital In California, ""' l ""- t -- ·" l4 rn "'''" following a serious back Injury re- ccivert in a plane crash. Captain Gilbert Is a graduate of the University where he was a member of Sigma Chi. colored sandwiches and cookies Engagement Of Rogers Girl Announced fingers, Ark.,-(Speclsl)-Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kalilc of this city, announces the engagement and npproachlng marriage of their daughter, Shirley Jean, lo S-Sgt. W i l l i a m R. Black, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Black, also of Rogers. Dale of Ihe ninrrbge' ceremony has been tentatively set for Mny 25.' :_ 7 Tho wodriing .will be in the First Presbyterian Church in Rogers willi Ihe Rev. Alfred J. Gcrdcl, the pastor, officiating, Miss Black will be trnduatcri from Rogers high school early.in Mny. S/Sgt. Black Is a graduate of Roger.-, high school with Ihe 11)47 class. He Is with the 11. S. St. Louis Livestock ::.- J '-"ial Stockyards, Jll.-(/i) (USDA)-Hogs 9,000; fairly ac ive; uneven; barrows and gilt 80-220 Ibs 25 higher than Thurs day's average; spots up 35; heav er weights strong lo 15 higher 70 Ibs down steady to .10 higher nost c|--lce Nos. 1 and 2 17.405; few loads to shippers and utchcrs 17.75; few 200 Ibs down 7.25;. bulk choice Nos. 1, 2 and ; 30-250 Ibs 16.75-17.25; 260-320 bs J5.75-16.50; 150-170 Ibs 16.007.50; 120-140 Ibs I3.75-IS.50; few 5.75; 100-110 Ibs '12.25-13.50; ows 400 Ibs down 15.00-75: few 1.00; heavier weights 13.00-14.75; ags 11.50-13.50; hoars 9.001.00. Cattle 500; cajvcs 300; generally steady In cleanup trade; odd lot's commercial and good steers and heifers 28.00-31.00; utility nnd commercial cows 22.00-24.00; can- lers and cutters 18.0p-21.50; light .hln dinners 17.00 down; utility ind commercial bulls 24.00-27.50; ew 27.75; cutter bulls 20.00-22.00; nilk good and choice vealers 32.10-30.00; sorted prime vealers 40."0; utility and commercial 23.0030.00; culls 15.00-20.00. Sheep 800; choice and prime l i f t Ib lambs 25.75; deck good to choice lighter iambs but very burry at 15:75; small lots-light Iambs none nf which top in quality held upward to 26.00 and above; slaughter ewes steady; scattered Individuals 12.00-14.00; c u l l s quotable Jt.OII-ll.OO. Mn. Rebecca Patterion Mrs. Rebeccs Colcleasure Patterson,. 82, died at her home in Jay, Okla., February 22. She was .born October 13, 1869 at Elkins, 'and was married April 23, 1804 to A. A. Patterson. She and her husband moved to Indian Territory in 3902, where they have since made their home.. Mrs, Patterson was an active member of the Methodist Church in Jay.. Surviving her are her husband of the home; one son, Marvin R.. Patterson, Castle Rock, Wash,; one brother, M. B.. Coicltust'.re, Kansas City, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Elsie Worley of Elkins and Mrs. Sarah Rader of Springdalc; a niece, Mrs. Nettie Hutchirson of Springdal"; one grandson. Funeral services' were held at Jay, with burial at t h e . Duffield | cemetery at Jay, February 24. Mn.MdrtfMj.jiM M«rtti«) Nil ·.'Spririfdalt -(SptcUl). Funeral Mtvlttf 'for Mrs, Mirtha J a n c CKattit) Nix, who died yesterday rooming it the home of her daughter,'Mrs. Harold'Ar.drcws in rayetteville,.wJ]I be'held Monday at 2:30 p. m., in the Cailisoh-Ssico Funeral Chapel with' Charlie Head officiating. Burial will b' in the Friendship cemetery under theji- rectlon of Ctlllson-Sisco Funeral Home. Mn. T*xi« lew* Clonton Pea Ridge - (Special) - Funeral services for -Mrs. . Texie Lowe j Canton, 76, who died yesterday at j the home of her son, John Clanton )f Pea Ridge, will be conducted it 2:30 p. m. tomorrow at the Wethodist. Church by the Hcv. Jeorge Kleeb, pastor. Burial will be in Tuck's Chapel cemetery under direction of the Miller Funeral lomc. Mrs. Clanton was a native of 'ennessee but had spent the past 0 years of her life in this com- nunily. She was a member of the Methodist Church. I Surviving in addition to her son re two daughters, Mrs. Bessie ohnson of Ontario, Calif., and VIrs. JSf fie Johnson of Rogers; two istern, Mr.q. S. I. Rlchey of Bogcrs, nd Mrs. Dee Keith of Gravette; wo brothers, Sani Lowe of Kiowa, Can., and Henry Lowe of San Digo, Calif.; seven grandchildren nd three great-grandchildren. Keep op wltn Ik* tunra--read he TiMES dally. tbouuadf Ik MM! bml '11-II-t! Norma's Eewfy Shop SALE 50% OFF Cold WIT* fc Mtchuu ill Mr It-Ill tor »TJ» |M H, III ···MM CIK n etnm 111 W. Cough Is Your Danger Signal 7 SHOPS I IN ONE · Apothttory I hep · Tolfttrit* Shop · Candy Star* · Stationery Start · Tobacco Shop · Soda Fountain · Gift Shop Creomulsion relieves promptly because it foes right to the seat of the trouble lo help loosen and expel jtrm laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed to please you or money refunded. Creomulsion hn Hood the test of millions of usen. . Out CiMt, Arlill Mn. Mary Ann Lagan Springdale-(Special)-Mrs. Mary Ann Logan, 79, djr.d at her home n Sprlngdale last night. She was nr« C A n 4 n ~ h A 1 1 16-71 I 117- »WJWU IBO ICSl Ot mllllOHS OI USCn. orn beptember 11, 1872 at Wjs- f* f+r~r» ··· ··· j-i · ji. ·_· on, Miss., the daughter of George ' CREUlVIUkSION nd Frances Pritchard Fryer. She «iu--. r_t. «--i j._i^_ A.,..vas a member of the Missionary aplist Church at Rtirlisnn, Texas. Mrs. Logan is survived by two aujhters, Mrs. Flora Wallace of pringdale and Mrs. Buelah Campell of San Antonio, Texas; seven randchlldren and 15 grea'. grand- "lildren. The Rev. Stanley Jordan will fficiate at the funeral services, rrangements in charge'of Callion-Sisco Funeral Home, are in- miplete. *? . . . . for «Sft» of quality hop hlr* iviry timt. Need a nice gift for some special occasion? That's where, we shine. Check this list of Nationally Known gifts. Cosmetics, perfumes, fountain pen and pencil sets, candies, packaged tobaccos, stationery. Gifts reflect the good taste of the-giyer . . . so shop here every time. SHOP RED CROSS DRUG FIRST RED CROSS DRUGSTORE PHONE 490 N. Sid* Square Painful cramps of "Monthly Periods" stopped or amazingly relieved \ L J / In 3 out of 4 cniei in doclort' own t«itil Alice's Beauty Shop NOW UP TOWN 7W E. MT. ST. P«m. Liltil atylti Rtuontblt Prictt Wione 620 or J331 Eveningi · Womtn and girls who »unr from those functionally-caused cramps, back- ·ches and headaches of menstruation -- who feel upset and irri'table on certain "particular, days" -- m a y o f ^ e n b e s u f f e r i n g quite unnecessarily! Such is the conclusion from tests by doctors In which Lydla E. Pinkham'a vegetable Compound gave complete or striking relict from such distress In 3 out of 4 of the cases tested! Yesl MMIcal evidence thowi Lytlla Plnkham's thoroughly Modern la ·ctloo. it exertit cflact on the uteriiB -- wi(/lot;( the vse of puin-dcadenfna drugs! The encctlvencfw of l,yd!a Plnkhfcm'B n«ds no proof to the millions of women BDd BlrlB whom It his benefited. But how About you? Do you know whnt it may dn for you? Take L)-dl« P l n k h i m ' t throilRh the month. See if you don't get the Sftme relief from the pitlni nnd wenkneM of "those days"! See If jou don t ffel better be/ore and during your period' Get either Lydla Plnkham'i Compound, or new, improved Tablet*, with added Iron! If you're troubled with "hot flashes" and other functional distress of "change of Itf*"-- you'll find Lydla PlnknAm'l wonderful for that, tool Announcements l-evereti School I'rorrain Home rooms of Miss Bortha Lewis, Mrs. Juanlta Duncan and Mrs. Gerald Sprouse .will be presented In a program at Lcvel-ctt School auditorium, tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Lewis' room will give a program of rhythm and songs ^ GALLON Vanilli Ice Creim 64c Holland Iroi. Lock*r Plant YOU A NEW 17-JEWEL ELGIN fMl$TA£l DIZZY DEAN NOffR 1 ^fvg tydt* h«» *//*«* «« utrrlrtf coftt (ions (tte ch u/ilcho/t0ne«tiM MUMtrwi BRUCE CRIDER CARPENHIRE'S JEWELRY II N. MOCK PHONI 139 BROADCASTING Major League Baseball TOAST THE OPENING Of THE SEASON WITH Smooth h GoUen Mellow Bre^ LISTEN EVERY DAY, TO THE MUTUAL NETWORK KGRH 1450 ANNOUNCING MY CANDIDACY for RE-ELECTION FOR SHERIFF OF WASHINGTON COUNTY« At the age of thirty six I have been your Sheriff for six years. I trust that both my age and past experience will make of me an even better law enforcement officer. Not only have I enjoyed the responsibility of being your elected Sheriff but I have enjoyed and gained much in my work with church and civic activities. I am always glad to talk with any citizen of my county regarding your ideas of my service as your Sheriff. The better law enforcement men of the state and nation are those who because of good service have been continued in office -- EXPERIENCE IS A GREAT HELP TO ANY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. I shall appreciate your continued support. BRUCE CRIDER FOR SHERIFF Subject to the Democratic Primary Political Advertisement Paid far by Bruc* Cridtr *

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