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Obituary Funeral service for Mrs. Nori May White, v/ho died Thursday In her ho,.ie near Farmlngton T.'ii condLcted Saturday afternoon in the Little Elin Baptist Church west of Fanninffton by Ihe Rev. O. L. Lierly, assisted 6y Edward Smith. Burial was in Farrnington cemetery, under the direction of Moore's F u in e r a Chapel.- PaUbearers were C. S. Tipton, Leslie Hicl-jiian, F l o y d Blew Henry Shrove, Jim Phillips and Thornton Buchanan. Mr*. France* Yon CiMrap . Funeral service for Mrs. Frances Ablrall Yoes G'ilstrap, who died Thursday in City Hospital, was conducted Saturday afternoon in Moore's Funeral Chapel by the Rev. Edward Brubakcr and thÂ« Rev, D. L. Dykes, Jr. Burial was in Brashears Switch cemetery neÂ»r St. Paul. .. .' Pallbearers were Jimmy Ladd, Dick Gilstrap, Burl Anderson, Earl Anderson, Herbert Anderson Â·K GALLON Vrnilli ke Cream 6k few. Ucfcet Mont ENAMELS Crrr vurh lowljr hura--Â«rer BO cmty lo teoratf--whtn you e o l o r p ] i n cTBry r o o m Â«*f your home front thf n*w Cook 1 * Color C.biiwt -- ftnrf docortt* with w*y-to-use. quich- rovfrinff, Â· e t - u b table Cook'i SH.J. and Carl Miller. DM Ivans Funeral seYviM for Dan Evans, 85,' who died Friday, was conducted Saturday afternoon In the Brannaa Coriniunity house by the Rev. Hugh Shsckleford and the Rev. Howard Pritchard. Burial was in Brarinan cemetery under the direction of the Watson Mortuary. Pallbearers were Lester Thomas, Cletus Hattabcugh, D. R. Bonham, O. R. Elkins, O. R. Miller and John Thorfuj. Chorlet Burton loiwy Funeral service for Charles Burton Laney, 72, who died in his home at Greenland Saturday, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. In the Baptist Ford Charch by '.he Rev. A. D. Stuckey, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Baptist Ford cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. JwMJih Oseor Moyn Joseph'Oscar (J. O.) Mayes, 71 lifelong resident and Businessman of Fayetteville, died this morning at 6:15 o'clock in his home at Â«! North College. He had been in 11 health for 11 months. Mr. Mayes was bom in Fayetteville December 16, '1880, the son of Joe and Rhoda Jane Mayes. He was married in November, 1903, to the former Kiss Florence Owens in Fayetteville. Me was a member of the First Chrisitian Church and Modem Woodmen of Ameri He was in the retail grocery business for 35 years, as a partner in the Mayes and. Peel Grocery and later as owner of the Mayes IGA Store. He wÂ»s a re- ired member of the Fayetteville r ire Department and also served for six years on the city police de- Jartment. He was associated with nasnn and Company,. real estate f,irm, until his retirement. He is survived by his wife. Mrs Morence Mayes. of the home; hrce daughters, Mrs. Eunice Timbrook- and Mrs. Irene Tuck, both of Fayetteville, and Mrs. Frances Lcwallecn of Bentonville; two sons, Hubert Mayes of Tontitown and Lawrence Mayei of Tacoma, Wash.; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements,. under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home, are incomplete. U. Col. Pannld 1. MtAHlXai Funeral. services for Lt. Col. Donald B. McAllister, 43, who died Friday at Chicago, will be conducted tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. at the C e n t r a l Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Edward Brubaker, and the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. Burial under the direction of the Watson Mortuary will be in Fairview. cemetery. CHICK SPECIAL 8eÂ« eh HEAVY MtXXD ARKANSAS Iroiltr Hatchery ' WiH Â·.Â·gen MM rim poUTCf a circus . .-. Ma/ l-Z-3 the "Circus" It cominf te rÂ«yeit.vim V A T F ' f W I C ' *Â«"Â«Â«tW RICKETTS DRUG STORE V O T E Mrs. Nellie Mam Gibson, 77, lifelong rscident of this community, died this rooming at 3:45 o'clock .in her home at 633 Government Avenue. She wai the widow of the late Robert E. Gibson. She Is lurviyed by six sons, Hugh Gibson, Frank Gibson, Loarn Gibson, and Carl Gibson, all of Fayetteville, Wallace Gibson of hilierton, Calif., and Everett Gib- i of Compton, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Milton Hamblen of Fayetteville; three brothers, Gordon Marrs of Henrietta, Okla., George Marrs of Oklahoma CMy, a n d ] Charles Mam of San Bernadino.Â· Calif.; 13 frandehildtien, 13 great grandchildren, and one great great grandchild. Funeral service will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. in the Church, of Christ -by the Rev. Fred W. McCluhg. Burial will be n the Farrnington cemetery under he direction of Moore's Funeral Chapel.. Springdale - (Special) - Pies J. Sigmon, 69, Springdale lumber company employe, died Saturday night 'it the Veterans Hospital in Fayettevi;. An overseas veteran of World War I, he was a member of the American Legion. He was grand noble of the Springdale chapter of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows at the time of his death, and a former chief patriarch. He was a member of Canton and of the Rebekah Lodge. Surviving are one son, Phillip Sigmon of Lowell; two brothers, James L. Sigmon of Springdale; and Burl S. Sigmon ot Larue; two sisters, Mlts Nora Sigmon of Tul- Â«, Okla., and Mrs. Wardie Graham .of Springdale; and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at I pi hi. tomorrow at the First. Baptist Church by the Rev. Stanley Jordan. A second service will be conducted at 3 p. m. at BurkshÂ»d community by Paul Watson. Burial will be in Burk- shed cemetery by Callison-Sisco Funeral Home with graveside services by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and members of the IOOF. Members of IOOF will serve as pallbearers. Eecr a* wMk the (ton-ntt the nmn iaftr. EVERYTHING ' M, fUMMMO me) fUPFUB FAYETTEVILLE IRON Â·ml METAL CO. AVI. Blessings Await You Through Christian Science Healing Attend free lecture entitled CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: "THE GREAT PHYSICIAN UNDERSTOOD" by Richard P. Verrall, CS. of New York City Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The Fint Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mauachutettt TUESDAY, APRIL 22 at 8:15 P.M. CHURCH EDIFICE, Corner Lafayette Forest Sts. f . First Church of Christ, Scientist Fayetteville, Ark. ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED BARRELING RIGHT ALONG-Train in flooded area of St.'Paul. Minn., moves along at a snail's pace, as trainmen in water (arrow) oush barrels, floating oft huge pile at left, from submerged tracks. FELL OUT OF PLANE, FELL BACK IN TOtttD OUT of an airplane and then pulled back In acatn, Capt. Fred C. Seal*, Jr., Dallaa, Tex., accounts himaeU the luckiest man in Korea. He'i ahown having; cast on hia broken leg; autographed at a Korean airbaae by S/Sgt. Edward Duncan, Miami, Fla, oni of the crtw of UK C-44 cargo plan* In which the fantaatlc' Incident occurred, Seala waa helping crewmen shove parachute cargo through the door of the pitching plane high over a Korea, mountiintop, when thi craft htt swirling air and dropped suddenly. Seals floated out the door, found himHlf In mid-air. The plan* lunged again and Seals found himself back Inside. Then he was slammed up to the celling and when lit came .down a cluster at jerry cmna Broke his leg. f lntÂ«nMUWM BouiuipHotH Window The ninth and 10th grades will present a play, "No Bride fw the Groom," Friday night in the Winslow auditorium. Proceeds will be used for ClÂ»5Â« Day. James Oslmrne, police radio technician of St. Ixiuls, Is on a short vacation at the home rf his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Connor Oj- borne. He is en route to Philadelphia, Pa., for nchooling at the Philco Corporation. Mrs. 13o/)hie Barnes will he hostess to the Boston Mountain Cotfee Club Tuesday Â«t 10 a. m. in her home, Shady, Acres. Attending the Ozark P l a y grounds Association meeting in Joplin last week were Mr. and Mrs. George Kicrslen, Mrs. La Vada Burns, Mrs. George Truetl, Mrs. K. J. Chalmers, Mrs. Maude Duncan and Mrs. E. A. Bellis, Sr. The Winslow O.E.S. was one ot five chapters . whlcb met in Lincoln Thursday night honoring the worthy grand matron of Arkansas In her official visit. Winslow chapter members who attend ed were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stock- burRcr, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ftlddle Mr. and Mrs. Clint Shook, Mr. nnt) Mrs. Ted Davidson, Mr. and Mrs, Milton Johnston, Mrs. Fred Yerton, Harold Duncan and Jere Chandler. Helicopters have, been used to i lay high voltage electric cable acroAn difficult terrain in England. The first tobacco is believer! to have been taken to Europe in 1358. Tobacco is cultivated as far north as Quebec and Stockholm. Some fish have teeth on their lonjtueg. Net white, not wtwai not cr% but i flavor blend of all three-- junge'i Roman Mnl Bread. . 11-IfeV. PLAN TO BUILD See Our Malarial. O.I Oar Prices. Trr Out Service. DYKE LUMBER CO. MÂ« St Charles First in Fayetteville The HUFFY MOWER is tally FUN to RUN 1. Easy- M. eftett. Tke Uajhl w.iehl Hulfr Mower wkeeli ew IB. ajraw like a baby cat- riage. H-IN. Â»C| " "-IN. Iff Â·Â» Starts at Ihe touch Â«( a hutiiM POWER LAWN MOWERS For ROT* SALE A SIZE FOR ANT LAWN Â·4U.T ANT MOWM eew S U T T L E ' i HtO STATION Cot. W. Mountain at tcjMol Bta. PHONE 12 SHOP NOWI OONT MISS EXCITING SAVIN OS I FLASH! SCOOP! BIG REDUCTIONS! 300 PAIRS WOMEN'S CYNTHIA SHOES ./ Group No. 1 2.99 Group No. 2 4.99 ^CASUALS! DRISSY SHOES! ^RIGULATION ARCH Ik-ALL LUTHCR CONSTRUCTION! *NOT ALL SIZES IN ALL STYLES! *SIZIS 4 TO 9, AAA TO BE! for everting* on ihÂ« town 1 IHt BY CAROL CIAWF010 TAKES tbl FOR YOUR DRESS-UP HOURSl Â· Situ 10 to !0, 10 ,98 i f - -- --Â· : f Your lovo'ite d'Â«ss has hod o glamour ireatmeM, ond i ' i radiantly beautiful to take its place in the social whirll In o new 1. , rype rayon shoniung with o fine silky textuie, a .crisp cracllinj j (eel, and o rustic antiqued look . . . In dark and bright .ISAM:j Wiih Ihe 'tailoring subtleties that neÂ«dlÂ» in tr ipiced with ihÂ« chorm ol speckled gold ond soil-color Buttons.! i Mcrt wondeflol than ever ... THE. NEW VERSATIIER'. alrtia same old pricel " . Â· Â· ' i TOWN COIOKS, Dream blui.'oquo L W A Y S FIRST Q U A L I T Y COUNTRY COIOM. IttWiwjr', Mawoiign lu" *Â· Â«"d ehicoiuite tote. . ' '