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April 23, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MUHIHIOBI ARKANSAS HUMS, F«jr»rHj»nV Artarmg. W-xInwdoy, April 23, 1MX Obituary If. M. Donald B. McAlliitcr Funeral services for LI. Col. Donald 'B. McAllister were held yesterday afternoon at the Cen' -Stral Presbyterian Church by the pastor, Edward Brubaker, and the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr., pastor of Central Methodist Church. Burial wa« in Fairview cemetery under (he direction of Watson's Mortu- · ary. Active pallbearers were Hcydon Lewis, Herman , Tuck, Charles Beauchamp, Maj. Joe Rogers of . Chicago, Dr. Howard Henry of Springdale, Dr. Raymond Beauchamp of Stillwattr, Okla., Leo Blake and Delmer Sharp of Sapulpa, Okla. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. Richard Miller, Guy Pinkerton, ' Ralph Pinkerton, Edmund P. Watson, Faye Dyes, Aurora, Mo., Heinie Dietrich, Springdalc, Julian Owenby Oakland, Calif., Clinton Bates of Baytown, Texas, Jirnmie Adams, Magnolia, Carl Tromble, Centerton, Dr. Sol Flores, Dr. Stanley Tillman, and Dr. W. li. Kalunclia, Chicago, and Col. Heath of Urbana, 111. Mrs. Nellie Morn Gibson Funeral services for Mrs. .Nellie Marrs Gibson, 77, who died Monday at h.er home, were conducted yesterday afternoon at the Church of Christ by Fred W. McClung, minister. Burial was in the Farmington cemetery under the direction of Moore's Funeral Chapel. Pallbearers were George Dock- ery, Charles Stewart, George Smith, John Mehaffey, Paul Baker, and Roy Cole. Malcolm f. Cridor Funeral, service for Malcolm F. Crider, two, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Crider who died Friday, was conducted Monday afternoon in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home by the Rev. J. Robert Moffett and the Rev. Alfred Whiteley. Burial was in Baptist Ford cemetery. Pallbearers were Bo.vce Owens, Walter Brooks, Robert Barnes and Claude Ross. Chorltt Burton lanty Funeral service for' Charles Burton Laney, 72, Greenland, who died Saturday, was conducted yesterday afternoon in the Baptist. Ford Community Church by the Rev. A. D. Stuckey, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church. Burial was in Baptist Ford cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Best Yoes, Ben Stricklcr, Ed Skelton, Ralph Ramey, M! Bruce Crider, Rube Webb and Jessie Jackson. Jotaph Oscar Muytt · Funeral service for Joseph Oscar Mayes, 71, Fayetteville, who died Monday, was conducted yesterday afternoon in the First Christian Church by the Rev. J. Robert Moffett and the Rev. John Asbell. Burial was in Fairview Memorial Park under the direc- tion of Nelson's Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Pearl Watts, Fred Brooks, Arthur J. Allen, Elllc Poore, Wad* Finoher, Gordon Castling, Anci! 'Polly and Howard Waggoner. Honorary pail- bearers were E. A. Cowan, Elmer Norwood, Carlos Guisinger, members of the Fayetteville Fire and Police departments, Arthur Davidson, J. W. McGehee, R»y E. Ellis, Bruce Crider and Herman Tuck, Sr. Homer Cr*v«ng*r Springdale -(Special)- H o m e r Clevenger, 67, retired farmer, died at his home-here yesterday. He was a member of the First Christian Church. He came to Spring Valley in 1932 from Hereford, Texas, and moved here three years ago. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Ada Clevenger; two daughters, Mrs. Fred Bowen of Jacksonville, and Mrs. D a v i d Puryear of Vaughan; one brother, Howard Clevenger of Ponca City, Okla.; two sisters, Mrs. John . Hammack of Amarillo, .Texas', and Mrs. Lalla Hope of Bennington, Kan., and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m.- Friday at the Callison-Sisco Chapel by Dr. John Asbell and the Rev. I. J. Kerrick. Burial will be in Bluff cemetery. Used by thousands In reducinf Jieti--Junge't Roman Meal bread. 11-19-M Todoy's Market-- St. Lonli Llvnloek I National Stockyards, Ill.-(/P|| USDA-Hogj 9,500; opened mod- I erately active, later slow; steady I to 10 lower than Tuesday's aver- I age; loss mostly ori 180-220 Ibs: bulk choice Nos. 1. 2 and 3 180-230 I Ibs . 17.25-50; latter mostly for choice Nos. 1 and 1 195-225 Ihs; top to packers 17.35; 240-270 Ibs full width of choice grade 10.2517.15; 280-350 Ibs 15.50-18.15; 150170 Ibs 15.50-17.00; 120-140 Ibs 13.25-15.25; 100-110 Ibs 11.75-13.00; tows 400 Ibs down 15.00-50; few 15.75; heavier sows 13.75-14.75; stags 11.50-13.50; boars 10.0012.00. Cattle 2,000, calves 700; moderately active early demand for steers and heifers with some sales about steady; few loads and small lots commercial and good 28.2532.00; utility to low commercial steers 26.50; cows draggy and barely steady; little done to packer interests; utility and commercial 22.00-24.00; canners and cutters 15.50-21.00; bulls steady; utility and commercial 23.00-26.50; cutters 20.00-22.00; vealcrs 1.00 lower; most good and choice 2!).00-35.00; sorted prime 37.00; utility and commercial 20.00-27.00. Sheep 1,000; very little done early; small lot new crop lambs upward to 31.00; scattered small lots good and choice wooled lambs 27.00-28.50; some held higher; not enough done to establish market trend. 41 E. CENTER ' (7 OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P.M. PHONE 21 SAVE DURING WARD WEEK CANNON PASADENA TOWELS UimllY $2.00 22 x 44' bath sin Decorator solid colors for ensembled beauty at out* Handing savings. Thick, absorbent cotton terry. FACE TOWEL, 16x26', usually 59c Now 47e V/ASHCLOTH, 12x12", usually 29c Now ?2e STURDY CHAMBRAY SHIRT Spec/a/ purcia ie I.UU Siiei 14-17 Made to Wards rigid standards for long wear and good fit. Medium-heavyweight Sanforized fabric, with double-stitched main seams, dress-typt collar and full-length tails that staytuckedin. Buynow,sove. WASHABLE RAYON POPLIN Beg. 2.98 £../ Long iletvet Handsome as can be and perfect for spring leisure or dress wear. Crease-resistant rayon poplin in popular solid colors. Two-way collar, matching buttons. Hand-wash. Small, med., med.-large, large. SANFORIZED COTTON SLIPS Regular 1.98 1.58 Spec/a/prire luy several at this low price. Dainty eyelet nimmerf bodices; deep swishy ruffled hems. Made of crisp, closely woven combed cotton--Sonforlied--shrink- og ',*· thon 1%. In snewy white, Slies from 32 to 44. BEMBERO RAYON DRESSES II fachs.ee Bury oo« o provtn fashion. Every on» so th»»r, cool, flattering--Ideal for spring and summer wear. In colorful geometric or floral pattorm. Select yours now for savings, 9-15, 12-20, 16'/i-247i, 46-52. REO. 2.98 BALLETS, FLATS T4rjft.pryc.rf 2.66 Sin, 4 to 9 Shown are just two of a wide assortment of teenagers' favorites for casual or dress-up wear, reduced now for Ward Week. Flattering, smooth-leather ityles in black,white or many popular spring colors. SHEER CAROL BRENT NYLONS Regular 9flc pr. / O Special now Save now on these first quality Carol Brent Nylons- full-fashioned 15 denier, 60 gauge -- at this low price. Under other brand names they sell for more. Extra sheer; wear extra long. Dark or regular seams. REG. 1.19 MISSES' SHIRTS Sanforized cotton broadcloth. White, colors.- 94c REG. 3.98 MATTRESS PADS Bleached white cotton muslin. Full size 3.59 REGULAR 4.98 RED BANDS Better Quality Childrens' Shoes; 8W-3 4.44 REG. 24c FLOUR SACKS For = multitude of home uses. 30" square, 5 (or 1.00 BOYS' REG. 1.69 DENIM JEANS Detachable suspenders. Blue denim. 4-10 1.57 BOYS' REG, 1.59 SPORT SHIRTS Woven Sanforized plaids, gay colors. 6-18 1.47 REG. 1.98 NEW DRESSES Girls' Evergldze embossed cottons. 3-6X 1.67 REG. 79c BROADCLOTH SHORTS Boxer or nrlpper styles, SanforlBSd. 30-44-- 64c TYPICAL WARD WEEK VALUES--HU NDREDS OF ITEMS CUT-PRICED NOW 41 E. Confer j£e 2? -? PHONE 21 OPEN SATURDAY EVENING UNTIL 8 P.M. Ward Week Values SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY .-,".» ,.. WARD WEEK Prices Sharply Cuf On Home Furnishings BUY NOW--PAY LATER ON TERMS REG. 1.49 PILLOW 1.00 eacA Full 'I7x24-in. size, plumply filled with fluffed and curled chicken feathers. Covered with feather-proof tick. REG. 38.95 PLATFORM ROCKER Coil iprlnf teat over No-Sin bsie. H»ndiom« QO OQ floral tapestry cover. Hardwood f r a m e -- *»£..uu REG. 114.95 2-PC. BEDROOM SUITE Bert and roomy Double Drewer. in llfhl QQ QQ oft-white ftniih. Modern. Oak-veneen. Now 77.OO 33.50 AIRLINE CLOCK-RADIO f clock, a radio. Turn on and off electric OQ QQ acpllancei. Brown Plantlc. White. II more.. Jt.o.77 REG. 239.95 M-W REFRIGERATOR «.4 cu. ft. »*« with 42-lb full-width fr«z*ri QQ QQ capacity, 1«.« aq. It. of ihelvink l y y . O O · SALE-PRICED BLINDS 23-36*64" 2.// lac* Ward Week savings on all-steel Venetian Blinds. Nylon tilt gear for smooth operation. Slats and tapes ramovi for cleaning. Bonderized --resistant to rust end corrosion. Oyster-white, baked-on enorrM finish. MAHOGANY VENEER TABLES IA QQ fleo. 29.95 IO.OO Hack 18rh century styled group to lend o charming air to your home. Large si:» Tables with raised and molded lop edges, serptntln* shaped rails. End, lamp, step removable gluts topptd cocktail table. SAVE $25 ON 5-PC. DINETTE - Tabit, 4 chain 77.00 Ttrmi, 15% abmi, - Compares with our regular $124.95 Dinettes. Tool* extends to 60' with 12' leaf. Laminated plostki'" '·«. top resists heat; 36' wide. Double-Y " plated legs. Padded chairs In colorful coven. EQUAL TO 89.50 QUALITY Now on/- 38.88 r«rmt, JO* dbm Fomoui makers aajvertis* tarn* quality of $59.50; 252 coili insulated and padded with all-ntw cotton and sisal. Pr«-built border) luxury rayon damask tide 119.00 Quality Mattress, 80-Coil Box Spring 71.M SPEC. PURCHASE COTTAGE SET Fan Va/anc* Sef low priced plastic Cottage Set to brighten your kitchen, lighten your work load. Easy to clean--suds, rinse and hang. White background--cheerful flower- ' pot border, fan Volance. 27x45° top. 27x35' sosrt REO. 7.60 TONELLE CARPET ^ Culfo.order O./ / S».r/.;9 1 ,J3"Sffc^l Tonelle's deep, thick pile is a rkh blond of wool Mi*) rayon carpet yarns of grtot strength, lovely ftor*l damask and foliage designs In clear b«i green, burgundy, rot*. Sort during Wof«J,' TYPICAL WARD WIEK VALUIS--HU NDREDS OF ITIMS CUT-PRICID NOW

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