Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 10, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 10, 1952
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Tasting Product Of New Hampshire NMTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMIS. Art«HMH Atomtoy, March 10, IfSl Obituary Mn. Frida Andrei Hunt Mrs. Frida Andres Hunt, 59, was a member of the Souther Missionary Baptist Church I'amona, Calif. She is survived by Mrs. Ka Icy, two (laughters, Mrs. Dcrnii Drown of Pamona, and Mrs. K\ , Holcomb of Springdalo; one so died yesterday morning in a Lit- J. G. McKeown of Abilene, Tcxa tic Hock hospital. She was a resi- one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Mk-hc dent of Little. Rock, moving there mann, Grand Island. Neb.; tv, from Fort Smith, where she was i brothers, Charles Klcmmc o Brookvlllc, Ind., and llcrniii Klcmmc of Hamilton, Ohio; I grandchildren and 10 great grand children. Funeral service will be conduct born and had lived most of her life. Mrs. H u n t was a member of the Presbyterian Church arid had been active in .church work for many years, She made her home here for several years with her daughter, Mrs. Preston Woodruff. Survivors include a son, Fred Sen. Robert A. Taft, shown in Dublin, N. H, tailing the state's famed maple sugar, hopes lo taste ·notner kind of sweetness next Tuesday when the presidential preference primary might indicate the political trends. The presidential candidate made a tour of the state in a bid for support in the election Henry Cowing, center, the farmer who made the i igar, serves Tafl, while Hobb Sagendorf right publisher of the Old Farmer's A l m a n a c bites into the sticky sugar. ' Banquet To Honor Elkins Cage Team Elkins High School will hold its annual baskelball banquel Wed- tsday, March 12, al 7:30, in the AMAZING bby Chick OFFER! CES GOOD FOR SHORT TIME STRONG, HEALTH? CHICKS Per 100 Amriri ·MVMS _ POSITIVELY _ Chkkt mn Hnltht run, puKcit.cock- ·t*H *r Mlt*d. Our choice of breed ··· *tl SMd ch«ck or man*)' order. · · · Ll»e dcllwfjr. · * * ·ELECTED BREEDS. STRAIGHT RUN POSITIVELY NO LLftllOHNS It. IU«tt. *Wrft»««M *urtd JUckt. Whit* R*ck. MttVlMl^il-pI | $£'4" Braaj-gEi Oi-«n M :·. Urge t y f f , \ 5t.Kon " · Xkd or frd choice. I ClMck »r Money Ofd«r. 1 ' CMck Brakm Wnc. 1»12 in ic rn xn efcMHMu MIU« Wl. M. .uif 3. Dtpl. JAB school cafeteria. The banquet I Detroit made up a 207-pin defici honors members of high school's] i,, ihe final, block lo tie the chal- cage teams. Arrangements are being marie for 150 guests. Guest speakers will be Wally Tngalls, J. R. Kenn;fc-, county school supervisor, and , Glenn Stokenberry, Fayetlcville ijisn School basketball coach. Jim Carter, Elkins high coach, will acl as master of ceremonies anrt will award letters. Ticket sales are being conducted by Bobby Joe Atha, Joann Cole and Mary Davis. lenging King Louis team of Chicago. As a result, there'll be four-game roll-off today. EB has held the world match game title since 1949. Today's Marker-- Bowling Match Ends Up Even Detroil-(/P) - The unbelievable lappencd in bowling here last light. Twcty-fpur games for the vorld malch game championship ctween five-man Detroit and Chi- af?o teams ended in a lie. The defending EB team of CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phon. Collect MM Arkaniu Joplin Rendering Co. SI. Louis Livestock National Stockyards. lll-(XP)- USDA-Hogs 19,500; fairly active; weights mostly 50 lower; sows than Friday's overage; lighter wcgihls mostly 50 lower; sows weak to 25 lower; bulk choice No 1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ibs 17.00-25; latter price mostlv for choice Nos 1 and 2 under 220 Ibs; several loads 17.35; 280-33C Ibs 15.50-75150-170 Ibs 15.50 1.7.00; 120-140 Ibs 13.25-15.00; 100-110 Ibs 11.7512.75; sows 400 Ibs down 14.7515.50; heavier sows mostly 13.0014.50; stags 11.50-13.50; boars 9.00-11.00. Cattle 4.500; calves 500; opening blow; few steers and heifers about steady to local interests but undertone unevenly lower; cows also opening barely steady; big ; packers bidding sharply lower; | bulls and vealcrs steady; few good I and cho-ice steers 32.50-33.75; ! commercial steers 28.50; small lots good to choice quality feeder steers 31.75-32.50; nlility and commercial cows 22.00-24.50; canners and ciil- W. Hunt of Fayctteville;. five daughters, Mrs. Preston Woodruff and Mrs. Norris Green, both of Fayctteville, Mrs. Jack I. Mills of Champaign. 111., Mrs. James S. Boyd of Lubbock, Texas, and Mrs. Richard M. Carter of Little Rock; a brother, Frilz C. Andres of Louisville, Ky.; four sislers, Mrs. Charles U. Patrick, Mrs. Harry Robinson, Mrs. Fay Waters and Mrs. Anna Lou Embrey, all of Fort Smith. Funeral services will be held at the First Presbyterian Church in Fort Smith, tomorrow at 2:30 p. rn., by Dr. J. W. Butler and the Rev. Dick Hardic. Burial will be at Oak cemetery at Fort. Smith, with arrangements in charge of Putman Funeral Home. ed tomorrow at 2:30 p. m., i . ., Cullison-Sisco chapel by the lie Jack Dean of Fayeltoville,' wit burial in Elm Springs cemetery. Mn. Btrnell Stampi Springdalc-(Spccial) - Funcra service for Mrs. Bcrncll Stamps 27, Injured f a t a l l y in an automo bile accident Saturday mornin here, was held at 10:30 a. m., lo day at' the Callison-Sisco chape by the Rev. Bill Jackson. Burn was in Friendship cemetery. Mrs. Carrie Duncan Mrs. Carrie Duncan, 57, resident of Wesley, died Saturday,' following an illness of several months. Shn Is survived by her mother, Mrs. Easter Johnson; a sister, :ieo Johnson of the home; two brothers, Harvey L. and Kinley Johnson, both of Fayetteville. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 p. m., Monday at Wesley by the Rev. Sheridan nson with Lee Alderson directing the music. Burial will be at Wesley, with nn-anecmcnls in harge of the Brashears Funeral tome in Huntsvillc. Pallbearers will be Myrl Mc- 'oy, Tommic Cobb, Gus Counts, -Juentin Counts, Joy Lognc and Everett Boyd. Mn. Martha Jan* Nix Springdale-(Special) - Funcra service for Mrf. Martha Jaiii Nix, who died last Thursday, wa conducted today at 2:30 p. m., by the Rev. C. B. Head, with burin" in the Friendship cemetery. Serv ice was held at the Callison Sisco chapel. Pallbearers were Joe Sims, Tommy Jones, R a l p h Zelt ner, Joe Mundy, Grady Lnmb, am Billy Sisco. Mn. Birdie B. Renfro Rogers-\Spcclal) - Funeral arrangements are incomplete for Mrs. ' Birdie B. Renfro, 72, of Avoca, north of Rogers, v/ho died yesterday morning after ai. extended illness.. Mrs. Renfro was b o r n at Gainesville, Texas. She moved with her husband and family to Arkansas in 1912. She had cerved as postmasler of the Avoca post office for 23 years, retiring two years ago because ailing eader IleAcrt N., Jr., of St. I.ou's, Mo., and Robert of Silver Springs, Mo.; four daughters, Mrs. Louis liut- Iram of Avoca, Mrs. I.ellla Pallerson of Blylhe, Calif., Mrs. R u t h Kijhcr of Sprincdiile, mid Mrs. Miu-y Jane Mitchell, Rocers; oi.e sister, Mrs. J. W. DC Lapp of Gainesville, Texas, grandchildren. mid several Taft In Texas For A Three-Day Visit Had Reasons For His Suspicions Dallas. Tcxas-l/FVNdghborhood Grocer N. ,1. Shaw suspected shop- l i f t i n g yesterday when a 19-year- old woman tried to leave with a screaming baby. He called police, who looked in th? I n f a n t ' s blanket. The baby stopped howling when officers removed a frozen rabbit. Plane (rashes, Burns But Men All Escape Omahic-l/T'i-Ait A i r Korcc C-47 II n u s t a n, Tcxas-WVScnator fiobort A. Tafl of Ohio today opens a three-day visit he hopes will gain Vcxas support to his hid for the Republic-mi presidential i crashed and burned today at O f - i lommation. His schedule here Is' f u l l Air Force Uar.r; near heic but timed lo a gallop pace and he'll speak and greet , the tour t h a t Antonio. Dallas. No Republican Primirr 1 In Arkinsis, Says Mb - Little Rock-flP)-There'Il be nj Republican presidential .preferem tial primary in -Arkansas thl- year. Osro'Cobb. Republican rtat. chairman, said this Saturday lha although county committMj wer . in favor, of the primary, mos candidates for the' Republic*! nomination were toe heavily com milted in other states to enter th. Arkansas rare. Murry For Governor Day To Be Observed t the same i will touch Sni Amiirillri, l.uh- »rk and El PUSH between nov. md Wednesday night. A hinchuin and public ici-ep- im, and i p r i v a t e dinner, wil irccedc his first major speech i; Texas nl the city a u d i b r i u m t(i- lighl. escaped unharmed. An O f f u t ' spokesman said on Francisco Hotel Fire Fatal To Guest Sun Frandsco-MVFirc k i l l e c e woman and routed 60 guest: roin Hie Town Mouse Hotel carl) oday. The victim was idcn|lricd a: Dorothy Barrel!, 55. The blase lartcd in her room. 11 was con- intd !o the third floor. Deputy 'Ire Chief A. J. Gaili eMimalcc amagc nt $200,000. Cause of the 're was not determined. Drivers Strike Boslon-(/P) - Some 2,000 AKL rivers anrt mechanics of Jwo bus ncs struck lodny. leaving ap- ·oximatcly 800,000 commuters in i Eastern Massachusetts cominu- ilies to seek other means of (importation. Not white, not wheat, not rye ut a flavor blend of all three- unse's Roman Meal Bre'ad. 11-19-tl Mri. Emma McKsown Springdalo - (Special) - Mrs. ··in-" McKeown. widow o[ the ale Stephen McKeown, died yes- crday morning at the home of daughter, Mrs. Glcnna Farley, Gentry. She was born Dccem- er 11, 1860, in Indiana and irjoved - Arkansas with her husband in 911, and lived in the Oak Grove ommunity until the death of Mr. cKeown in 1040. Since then she is lived with her daughter. She :rs 17.50-21.50; utility and com- ercial bulls 24.00-27.75; cutter ulls 20.00-23.00; quality normal or elow for Monday on vealcrs; very cw head high choice to prime 9.00-40.00; bulk good and choice 2.00-38.00; utility and commercial 3.00-30.00. Sheep 1,200; early undertone efinitcly bearish.bul nothing sold. Will they inherit socialism? TiU wouldn't want to leave a socialistic America |» your children. Most Americans wouldn't. But you may -- without realizing it. For socialism wears many false faces. You can't always tell it ·t a glance. It't socialism, for example, when the federal government takes over for keeps the rights and fesponsibilitics of its citizens on any pretext, (f'§ socialism when the government steps into ·nd takes over a business or industry. _ It't socialism when people urge you to give up Ihe freedom to run your own life and let tlio government run it for you. Today In America, there arc people who would like to sec an all-powerful federal government own and operate our railroads, our medical pro- fcssiqn, our electric light and power companies and other businesses and services. Perhaps they're not all socialisls, but what they suggest is socialism -- even though they never call it that, And they'll have their way unless you act now. Here's what you can do: iitart thinking ol your future and your children's. Exercise your rights as a citizen. Discuss this danger with your Iricnds and neighbors. Use your ballot wisely, And above all, learn to recognize socialism behind the many false (aces it wears. ^eallh. She was a member of the Regular Prices To $49.95 Fordyce. Ark-W)-An "Ike Mur ry for Governor" day will be hel- the m i l i t a r y transport plane, based at M o u n t a i n Home, Idaho, had just j i, taken off for Ogdcn, U t a h , when it crashed on the parade ground at the end of the r u n w a y . lie related the men "just piled out" a f t e r unfastening their safety belts. The plane, on a routine f l i g h t , was destroyed. here next Saturday. Sponsors sal | the celebration at MurryVhom | town is strictly "Fordycc-lnsplre. Greek Prrmlcr III Athens-MVGcn. Nicholas Pias- tiras, prime minister of Greece was confined to bed today. An i n f o r m a n t said he had suffered a cere-bra! thrombosis, icsulling in paralysis of his left arm a n j ]ar . tial paralysis of the remainder of his left side. Mass Trial Anticipated Vienna, Austria-M'j-Dlplomats speculated today thai another Communist mass trial may be In the offing, following reports from Czechoslovakia that R u d o l p h Slnnltsky nnd a score of other purged Red leaders arc being readied for a hearing. CHOKED with itomoch THANK IIEAVEN«lllo.t.l(,:k,.,.l ul ,. cM iidlte.llon. Whra ll tlnk.,. i. k , g,||., n , · bleu They conuin Ui fuuit-ictlni iccllcliiM known to doctori for the r»ltff of L - Iburn. KM and ilmllir dlilreii. Jflf. and planned." Pile Ointment Free $t.OOTube Nottd Clinic Makn Matt Un usual Offer to Any Affllettd P.rion-No Coupon- No Chargt In order lo Introduce- to anyon' who Is afflicted with Piles -(Hem:, orrhoids) or any similar recti- 1 condition, the Thornton Mine · Clinic will send free on reques without payment or obligation, full-sUe $1.00 tube of Thorntb, ' Minor Pile Ointment--free nn postpaid. 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