Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 19, 1952 · Page 3
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March 19, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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GLAMOROUS FOOD SERVER IN KOREA MOVII STAR Betty Hutton.dishes out rations in Korea for member! of . Company B, 27th Infantry Regiment, 25th U.S. Infantry Division. Cpl. . Earl Jones, of Buffalo, N.Y., is on 'tho receiving end of a ladleful of beam. (Defense Department Photo from international Soundphoto) so light and cool on your feet. . . perfect for your Spring wardrobe . . . In Natural Mesh and Saddle Brown Combination $ 16 95 Obituary Illness Of Week Fatal To Mrs. Ownbey Mrs. Birdie Mae Ownbey, of '12 East Davidson Street,' died last night in the Washington County Hospital, where she had been, a patient for a week. She was born in Anna, 111., December 9, 1878, the daughter of Theodore and Jane Parker, and had been -a resident of Fayetteville since 1927, having moved here from Springdale. She was the widow -of the late Col. William Garland Ownbey, who at. the time of his death in 1928 owned - the Palace and Quaker drug stores here. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and was a charter member of and first president of the Springdale Civic Club. Survivors are one. daughter. Mrs. Marguerite Walker of Springdale; one son,, Julian P. Ownbey of Oakldnd, Calif.; three grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Frank Grif-' fin of Midway, Wash.; two'broth- ers, Owen Parker of Arlington, Wash., and Dr. Orland Parker at Spokane, Wash. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2:30 p. m., at the Nelson Funeral Home chapel by the Hev. Edward Brubaker, with burial in Bluff cemetery in Springdale. . 1920 1925 1950 '52 STEEL PICTURE--Newschart above, based on data compiled by the American Iron and Steel ·Institute; shows the up: and downs of U. S. steel production and capacity since 1920. The greatest production of steel in history was last year, totaling over 105 million tons. This wai over 17.3 million tons above the average annual production during World War II. To keep pace with production, steel manufacturers are engaged in their greatest program of expansion and Improvement Their annual capacity, now at 106 million tons, is expected to rl*« toward in estimated 120 million tons in 1953. Mrs. Ruth Elizabeth Stiegler.. Tiogers-(Special)-Mr3. H u t h Elizabeth Stiegler, 46, died Tuesday night shortly, before midnight in her home here following an illness of about 18 rponths. She was born in Fort Wayne,' Ind., and came with her _husband, Herbert Stiegler, and daughters to Rogers four and_ a half years ago from Minneapolis, Minn. She was a members of the Rogers · Presbyterian Church. She is survived by her husband; ::-.ree daughters, Mrs. Ruth Ann Temoshok of Schenectady, N. Y., Mrs. Ruth Mary Bryan of Rogers, ·md Mrs. Mary Ann Ragsdale of Calls NATO 'Error 1 GfN. CHARLES D.OAUtlt, leader of the Rally of the French People party, shown (peaking at the Pa; laii D'Orsay, call: the Atlantic j pact an "error" and the projected i European army a "monstrosity" 'and urges French party le»der« to reform the constitution to '«avt France from "bankruptcy and depression." (International) Beaufort, N. C.; one .son, David Stieg l -r of Rogers; and two sis- tors, Mrs. Frances Snyder of Urbana, Ohio, .and Mrs. Otto Gall- ncier of Ft. Wayne. The body will be sent tonight to Ft. Wayne for funeral service and burial. Local arrangements nre under the direction of the Callison-Porter Funeral Home. · LeTourrjeau To Speak At Student Union Robert G. LeTourncau, leading manufacturer and well - known Christian layman, will address University students tomorrow at 5 p.m., in.the Student Pnion ballroom, under sponsorship of- the Student Chrlslia'fi"Cburic]T..'Speak-' ·ing;pn'"Up~from:BankriIplcy;".'h'e will tell how he applied Christian principles to lead a business out o( debt and became a leading industrialist. Births Mr. and Mn. Harold McGarrah Mr. and Mrs. Harold McGarrah of Bentonville announce the birth of a daughter, March 18, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Towmend Mr. and Mrs. John Townsend of Fayctleville announce the birth of a daughter, March 18, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. .fames Thorhsb~erry Mr. and Mrs. .lames M. Tlinrris- berry of Elkins announce the birth of a son, March 19, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Glen Pannni Mr. and Mrs. Glen Parsons of Springdale announce the birth of a son, March 18, at the County Hospital. I Believes In "No Work" Decatur, lll.-M'j-Ed Harris, who says his formula for longevity is "no work," observed his birthday today--he claims its his 114th.'A Negro who says he was born in slavery in Georgia, Harris has lived in Decatur 79 years. He says he's worked only 214 days since coming here. He lives alone and cnts state aid. · Tea Compliments Mrs. McHalc, Chicago Visitor The monthly council meeting of the C. W. F. of the First Christian Church was held Monday nlghi at the church. Following,the business meeting, an informal lea was given in the lounge, cnmpllmrntlt.i; M:T:. Wil- liam McHale of Chic«o, HI., mother of Mrs. Robert Moffett. Mrs. Frank Gray presided at the : DIILYlMT AH-Alvminvm A W N I N G S Pram fe»n. .M..., BrjiutlJu] Colon Atk r«r D«ullt. CLARK VENETIAN BLIND AWNING CO. IS Wllllami Ph. »11 »tl«r ] p. m. GAS is FINE in The Furnace--not in Your Stomach It your stomach burns "lik« tire." It mrans -our food turn*'to gfes instead o' digcstini So you- are In misery with bloat and can hardly brca'hc. Fayct'.evlilo people say they ara free of stomach 5 since they got CERTA-V1N. This new ciedicins digests food faster and better. Talicn before meals it works with jour food. Gas pain? gi! Bloat vanishes! Contains Vila w i n - B - l tc fnrieh the blood, Rive you pep and makn nerve.-, stronger. Mlser- .iblc people .soon feel Jifferent all ovor. So don't go on suffering. Get CENT A - VIN. -- Clinehen's Fay- Easter Pretty Fashion Right Value Wise Our's Alone Swansdown Easter is . . . Beaufx so fresh you can almost breathe it... Ripple.Mist straw bonnet by lecie, banlced ·- in Spring-fresh flowers.' 15.95 Other Lecie Hats 10.95 to 18.50 Royce5.95to 10.95 Our's Alone . ·*''.» Free-swlnginj flnger'tlp topper,'pertly collared . , . huge cuffs are tabbed, bejeweled. In Anflo'l spongy all-wool tweed. Sizes 8 to 18. As advertljed In Charm. * . 55 -°° Other Coats. 7*,...from 29.50 two-tone, drama Belted jacket, bright pocket fob. Fine cotton tweed plaid with threads of gold. The Sleeveless sheer dress has pressed pleats in the skirt. As advertised in March GLAMOUR. On* of Arkansas' Fine Stores Cailye, St. Louis. Our's Alone Sizes 9 to 17. 39.50 Open A Charge. Accoun'; The suit superlative of Mouchetana -- the exciting new "Spans-the-Scasons" fabric with the look of linen . . . feel of shantung and offers more than cither. Superbly styled and flattery conscious with eye-compelling contrasting collar stripes. Beige Brown, Beige Black, 10-18. Our's Alone

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