Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 17, 1952
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MMTHWEST ARKANSAS TUNH, feycttrriK*, Ark«m«t. fltwnfey, Apr* T7, MSI. Fayetteville Schools Given Recognition By State PTA The public schools of Fayctte- of Fayettcvillt, made the presenta- receivcd outstanding recognition this week during the annual meeting of the Arkansas Congress of'Parents and Tcacheis at Little nock. The meeting concluded yesterday. Elected president for the year was Mrs. J.'Ji. Sink, of Newport. The election of officers closed the , P.T.A.'s 27th convention that opened Monday. Other officers named were: Mrs. Caroll Watson, of Osccola, first vice president; Mrs. Jay Modlin, of Fort Smith, secretary; and Mrs. E. S. Leonard, of Little Rock, treasurer. pne of the highlights of the meeting was the presentation of a lifetime membership in the state association made to Virgil Blossom, superintendent of schools in Fayetteville. Mrs. O. H. Gamble, Kan.; one foster daughter, Mrs. Bessie Stutheit of Fayetteville;. 20 grandchildren and 27 jjrcat crand- children. Three sons and I wo daughters preceded her in dcalh. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Moore's Funcni! Home. Burial will be in the family lot in Brashcars cemetery at St. Paul. tlon. Prof. Charles Cross, of the University College of Education, gave a talk on the Ford Foundation and what its plan would mean to meeting as parliamentarian. Prairie Giovc-(Special)-M r s. i Delegates to the convention from Fayelteville included: Mrs, Fred Stuckey, Bates School; Mrs. Virgil Blossom, W a s h i n g t o n School; Mrs. W. H. Morris, Jefferson School; Mrs. 0. H. Gamble, junior high; and Mrs. H. H. Hudgens, senior high. Mrs. C. Bank'Newborn attended in place , L HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery THArS RIGHT DOWN YOUR ALLS' MEN'S LOAFERS Smooth Styling and Expert Croftmanship Moke These Loafers the Shoes You'll Be Proud lo Wear GOLDEN TAN MEDIUM BROWN COVDOVAN SUEDEE BLUE SUEDES Prices $4.95 to $7.95 BASEMENT STORE school organization. Personals Mrs. Cora Parker, 227 North Church, has returned home following a stay of several weeks at the City Hospital. Betty Frederick, 75, died Wednesday at her home lierc.- She is survived by her husband, James E. Frederick; .two daughters, Mrs. Allic Hudson, of Ulysses, Kan., and Mrs. Ora Long, of- Prairie Grove; four brothers, Tom Gooding, and Loss Gooding of of her husband who is the newly West Fork, John Gooding, of Fay- elected president of the high cttevillc, and Mason Goodinc. of Eucha, Okla.; six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 3 p. m. Friday in the Lugin- hucl Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in the Prairie Grove Cemetery under the direction of the Luginbuel Funeral Home. Mrs. Barron B. Collier arrived yesterday f r o m New York, to join her husband who is attending school here at the University. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hughes, 351 Government Avenue, have returned from a business and vacation trip to Texas and Mexico. En route they visited Mrs. Hughes' son. Dr. Charles E. Glover in Beaumont. Robert Eskridgc, aviation electronics technician, first class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eskridge of Springdale, was among those who donated blood, collected last month at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Wash. Darrel L. Chandler, fireman, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin L. Chandler of Fayetteville, is serving aboard the USS Tolovana, carrying oil to United Nations ships in Korea. Willie West, seaman apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. West and Noah F.. Jones, seaman ipprentice, USN, son o f . M r . and Mrs. William -Jones, are' serving aboard the cruiser USS Pittsburgh which is between operations with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. The men are now taking Anna Hendrix Springdale-(Special) Mrs. Anna Hendrix, 59, died this morning at the City Hospital in Fayelteville. She was born March 10, 1893, in Bunker, Mo., and was a member of the Baptist Church there. She moved to Springdalc in 1941, and was employed at Grcgson Hall at the time of her dcalh. She is sui'vivcd by three daughters, Mrs. Goldie i'ilr.geraid, Mrs. Ruby Atkins and Mrs. Lucille Orenbaum, o£ Fayelteville; o n e brother, William Runt;, of Bunker, Mo.; five sisters, Mrs. L i l l y Burns, Mrs. Harriet Burns and Mrs. Myrtle Pogun, of Bunker, Mo., Mrs. Grace Perkins, of Poplar Bluff, 1 Mo., and Mrs. Abbie Ealcnlinc, of Mountain Home; and 'ivc, grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday n t 3:30 p. m., at Moore's funeral Chnpel ut Fayetteville. flic body will lie in state preceding the service. Burial will be Forrest 1'ark cemetery in Springdale with the Rev. Duanc Single offlcialin.-. Burial will I under direction of the Callison- Sisco Funeral Home, a short Riviera.. vacalion on Ihe French Announcements · Hi .Si Rummage Sale Hi Si will sponsor a rnnmagc sale, lo be held Saturday in Edlin's Shoe- Shop. Washington Lodge One The Washington Lodge One will meet Friday evening al 7:30 at the Lodge Hall for v.-ork in Ihe F. C. Degree. Refreshments will be served. Robtrt L. Wilkerson Funeral .services for Robert L. Wilkerson, 74, who died Sunday evening in Purely, will be held Saturday afternoon at the Nelson Funeral Chapel at 2 o'clock, by Ihc Rev. Norman Drake. Burial will be in Stucky cemetery. Obituary Mrs. France* Yo*s Gilstrap Mrs. Francos Abigail Yocs Gilstrap. 89, died early this morning at 12:50 o'clock in City Hospital- She had been ill for several weeks. .Mrs. Gilstrap v/as born near Greenland, November 20, 1862, (lie daughter of Jacob ,.nd Mary Yocs.'She was.the wife c-" the late Jesse Gilsirap, pioneer merchant and stockman of Northv/cnl Arkansas. She had lived in this area her life and for the past J 2 years had made her home with her son, James F. GiUlrap, in Fayrtteville. She WPS a member of the Order of Eastern Star and lifelong member of the Methodist Church. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Cask .1, of St. Paul, Ark.; two sons, James F. Gilstrap of FayctlcyiHc and Wil: iam O. Gilstrap of Coffeyvilln, Perfume lhal (lings Q.--Dear Penny: I adore perfume, but for gome, reason or other Ite fragrance just docs not , last on me. 1 have told several I] of my Mentis that I want a new iincrfiimc, but first I must find out j| about a lasting one.--Mrs. A. W. , 1 1 A.--A particularly good idea i j f o r women who claim that perfume docs not "stay wilh them" is a Liquid Skin Sachet. II smooths on the skin very easily, and lingers longer because of its sachet base. II l;as a slower rate of diffusion sud evaporation t h a i any other type of fragrance. Tr\ this Houbiganl Ghantilly Liquid Sliin Sachet. Only $1.85 plus lax at Quaker ,Dru£. Housework Easy Without Nagging Backache , hfadachcx and dizziness may be due to slowdown of Vidnry function. Doctora iay pood fcidnw function Is very important to good health. When some everyday condition, men H* itrpKs and strain, cnuws thfa important f unction to slow down, many foIk*ieu(Tern»R- KihK htcknche- fcfl miwrnblf. Minor Madder irritations du* lo cold or wrone diet mny cause (retting tip n Iittifa or froqucntpajtSBfff!!. Don't n i fleet your kidney* if thrsr conditions Bother you. Try Uoan's Pill*--a mild diuretic. U«ed *ntcc*ifu)ly by million* f«r orrr fiO years. It's amazing how many timca T)onn'.i rive hnppy relief from the»»: riiccom- forU-hclpthel5raiIenof kidneytubesand fil. lew flush out waite. G«t Doan'a TUla todayl REVIVAL WEST FORK BAPTIST CHURCH APRIL 20 THROUGH 27 Services Start 7:30 Each Evening Evangelist - Rev. Jim Noles Music Director - Mr. Larry Andre Pastor - Rev. Raymond H. Reed Everyone Is Cordially Invited To Attend First in fnyetteville Sun-Loving Cottons for now . . . and straight through summer From such famous houses as . . , Junior House Nelly Don Betty Barclay Bobbie Brooks / $ 098 98 $ I0 Others $12.98 to $19.98 Make your selections -while our stocks ore fresh . . . while every one is a new design. Broadcloths Sheers Seersuckers Chambrays Denims Reserve Your Choice In Our Layaway As Seen in Mademoiselle Sizes 9-15--10-20 · Cotton Shop -Main Floor Rtor Four Special Purchases! Perfect for Mother's Day, Graduation ... and jor you! Sheer Cotton Batiste Blouses $199 Tubs in a jiffy . . . cool cotton in three flattering styles. White, pink, blue. Sizes J2-38. · main floor front NYLON Duster Repeat Shipment You Asked for More. . . Here. They Are! Man-Tailored Pajamas Unbelicveably Low Priced $ 2 99 $098 Melon, blue, black . . . splashed with gold. Eosy to wear, easy to care for . . . requires no ironing. Sizes 10-20 French crepe in soft postels, piped in conlrasting color. A .huge value at a tiny price. Sizes 10-16. · main floor front French Saxon 20-piece set in four smart decorator colors --chartreuse, hunter green, wine and grey. Plates, Salads, Cups, Saucers, Bowls · gift* -- 4own*tatr* $/.98

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