Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 1, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 1, 1952
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' Maatf, · kmely speck ta ·he South Pacific, if a nations fe«rk of Chile. »MST »Belter HOOKS : »Home Beaatifal ! ·Aameii Home ^ j» too 1 HonseleepiBg WATH HEATER^ FAYETTEYILLE Pliimbing Hdatinq I Co. ^110 N. W«it Phen» 730 AMUMJA8 TIMH. Personals . Mrs. Joe Covington left Saturday to. visit . her mother, Mrs Hare, in Vond'ale, Ark. She plans to be there for a few days before returning home. Attending the district meeting of Rotarians at Eureka Springs for the past two days were, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Howard, Mr an'd Mrs. Raymond Ash,. W. S. Gregson, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. N. Phillips, J. D. Eagle, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lewis! ~Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hicketts returned last night from a trip'to Dallas, Texas, and Little Hock. They accompanied their daughter, Mrs. Loran Maples, to flallas from vhere she left for '. or h o m e , in Sweetwater, Texas. The Ricketts hen went to Little Hock where he attended the officers' meeting of he Pharmeutical Association '.and he" attended the board meeting )f the Auxiliary to - t h e .- Phar- meutical Association. .-' · . "-··· Mrs. J. E. Parker returned .Sunday from Minneapolis, Minn., where ih« has been visiting for the past three weeks with her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Fred J. Pratt and family. Cpl. Herschel Hay Rush of Fay- ettevllle will leave · from San Diego; Calif., for Korea, April 15. He'willvbe the first Marine paratrooper -to land in/.Korea, where he will serve' 36 Tnonlhs before returning, home: Cpl. Rush is^the son of Mrs. .Thelma Kendrick of Fayetteville. · , Dr. G. D. Nichols, dean of the University of Arkansas College of Arts .'and Sciences, and S. C. Dellinger, chairman of the · department of zoology, will attend a conference on premedical education at. Buckhffl. Falls, Pa., April 6-9. Alvin Dickinson o f . t h e College of · Business Administration was elected president "of the Business Sducation Section of the Arkansas Education Association at the AEA convention at Little Rock Friday, ie will succeed Herbert S. Madaus, also of the University acuity. will give mother exhibit tonight at the home of Col. and Mrs. Vincent Mauled. .%·; »?1 Mrs. Edward A. Bellis »'.«'· Gsyler have returned from Stillwater, Okla., where last week they attended the funeral of Mr Bellis 1 brother, Harry Rex Bellis of Salsbury, N.'C., who was manager of the Salsbury Post. He is also survived by another brother, Charles Bellis of Summit, N, J. and two sisters, Mrs. J. E. Means of lulsa, Okla., and Mrs. C. E. Pearson'of Stillwster. Obituary Andrew Johnson Cardwell Funeral service for Andrew Johnson Cardwell, who died Sun- day, was to be conducted thli afternoon at 2 o'clock in the chapel of Nel»on'« Funeral Home by the Rev. Ewell Logue, Baptirt mln- i»ter, asilsted by Will Smith, minister of the Church of Chrurt. Burial wan to be in Zion cemetery. Pallbearers were elfht grandions: Everett Luper, Loy« Luper, Leonard Luper, Frank .Luper, Thorci Luper, Wade Luper, J»mn Cardwell, and John Penn Reed. Roy Shock.Kerd Funeral " s e r v i c e s for Roy Shackelford, eight, who died Friday after a brief Illness, were held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Brannon Church, by the Rev. Hugh Shsckelford. Burial was in the Brannon cemetery und p r t h e direction of Moore's Fu- neral Chapel. Pallbe«rer»..were Okie .Miller, Ediar Osburn. Lester Thomas, and John Thoma*. ··tort A. Horrli Rogers-fSpeclaD-Funeral services for Robert A. Harris, 74. retired Benton County farm.;- v.'ho died at his home at Winton Springs Sunday night, will be conducted tomorrow morning at Calllson-Sisco Funeral Home o( Bentonville by Ihe Rev. George Kleebe. Burial wllf be In Bentonville cemetery. He Is survived by his wife, one brother, and three sisters. Mri. Sophia Barbor Mtycr Sprlngdale - (Special) - Mrs. Sophia Barbar Meyer. 5,6, died last nifM in her home on . Route 4, ·Sprlngdale. She was born May 30, 189S. In Irontown, O h i o . a t h c daughter of the late John Wantz and Marjnric Gclst Manlz. She came to Sprinsdalc in 1827 from Holiingtnn, Knn., where she \v,u a member of the United Brethren Church. She is survived by her husband, William John Meyer, nf (hi? home; one ton, Jnhn W. Meyer «f Now Orleans; two brothers. William Mantr. nf Alva, Okl,,.. ,-ind Theodore Man!/, nf Hartncr, Krm.; and nilc sislrr. Mrs. M a t i l d a Rhodes nf Alva. Okla. Funernl «ervlcc will he «n- diictod Thursday ,it 2 p. m. in Ihc Callison-Sisco Funeral Chapel by the l!cv. Stanley Jordan. |i,i,tr, r nf First Hapiisi Church. Rural X, April I, IMS | will be in BluH cwnetMj,.. i · '· ^ I Railroad Agents To Speak On Farm Problems Bentonville' -, '(Special)'?·'' The Bontnn County agricultural'work- .. nrs will hear talk* by two' Frisco I n/iilroad official, t his afternoon j on the prospect o! Nertbtreit At- J!UR.'!S: farmers utilizing grass «ll- j.ige and raw rock phosphate to j totter advantage. A. G. Anderson, assistant general agricultural agent of the Frisco Railroad, and G. O. Gilbert, agricultural agent from Springdale, will address the group. Kee. DP -llh Ihe lino--read thr TIMES dally. .* Mr. and Mrs. Dom Bogen, whd lave sold their home on City Lake load and will leave soon for the umrner in Colorado,: gave an ex- libit of colored photographs and lidcs last night at the home of ·lr. and Mrs. P. R_; Green. 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