Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 24, 1952 · Page 3
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April 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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WOtTHWBT AlKANtAI HMK, hv*IMvfflt. Arkamat ThunAry, Ap» 24, 19S The Armed Forces M/Sgt. Eugene Parker, son ot Mr. · and Mrs.-. Raymond Parker of Hindsville, lias served in three branches of the armed forces and · ' in the Merchant i v ^ Marines. He en| tered the Merj chant Marines 'in 31941 and later -joined the U. S. I ?avy. S u b s e\ quently he en('. i s t e d in the { M a r i n e s , a n d I now is in thp S ^rmy. He spent j t h K p a s t 15 months in Korea, and was wounded twice. Sergeant Parker has returned to Camp Roberts, Calif., after spending a 30-day furlough with his parents at Ilindsville. His brother. .'Rrice II. Parker, hs been in the Kavy aince September, 1951. Sgt. Tommy G. Ledford, husband of Mrs. Marie V. Ledford of Prairie Grove, is being returned to the United States from Kokura, Japan, to be released from active duty.. LedFord, 23, was called to .duty with the 936th F. A. Battalion, a National Guard unit, in JU50 and served. si:-: months in ·'Kovc?. before liir KSSi^mnent to 1'ie AmOikui Graves Kegistib- lion Service Group ut Koliura. lie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ledford, 411 Gunter Street,. Fay- ctlcville. Second Lt. Lawrence E. Guinn. Fayettevillc, will complete a training course for associate infantry company officers, April 20, at Fort Bennint Ga. He has been in the Army for six months, having received his music d- e g r e e f r o ni the University in 195J. ot Mr. and Mrs. W PEARL'S NEW BOSS--Rear Admiral Stuart S. Murray, USN,. Atlantic Submarine Force commander since June, 1950, will' soon be appointed Commandant of the 14th Naval District at Pearl Harbor, according to an-. .nouncemcnt made at New London, Conn. He will replace re-' tiring Rear Admiral Charles H. MeMorrir, in the command. £uc- c-cs£or to Murray's present post will be Admiral George C. Crawford, now commander nf thf Norfolk, Va., Naval Base. Mrs. Mary Elin Wilson Bentonville -(Special)- Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Ella Wilson, 45, will be conducted at 2 p.m. iumorrow at the Ccmk'rton Methodist Church by the Rev. Charles Wages under the direction of the Callison-McKinncy Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Centcrlon cemetery. Mrs. Wilson died last Friday following a long illness. The funeral was postponed pending the arrival of a son, Hal, who is stationed with the Air Force in Korea. Siie is survived by her husband, Claude E. Wilson; one son,; four daughters, Mrs. June Weatherby of Rogers, Bonnie, Shirley May nnd Claudine, all of the home. Mormon Edward Ivey Norman Eciwnrd Jvcy, 49, resident of Zion community in northwest Fayetteville, died yesterday at 5:30 p. m. in City Hospital after an illness of several months. He was born at Baldwin October 25, 1903, the, son of Edd ·md Elzenia Ivey, and had been i resident of this community for -everal years. He was married in Tune, 1323, to Miss Rosalie Eidson u Springdale. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. liosalie Ivey, of the home; one son, Clarence Ivey of Springdale; nis mother, Mrs. Elzenia Ivey of I'ayetteville; two sisters, Mrs. D olk Bookout of Springdale and Mrs. Joe Johnston of Fayetteville; and two grandchildren. Funeral arrangements, under the' direction of Nelson's Funeral Home, are incomplete. Lion Oil Company To Build Chemical Plant El Dorado,' Ark.-(/P)-Lion Oil Company of El Dorado has announced plans to build a 31 million dollar chemical plant near New Orleans. President T. H. Martin said the plant will have a daily capacity of 300 tons of anhydrous ammonia, most of which will be converted into ammonia nitrate. The plant will be located at Luling, La., about 14 miles north of New Orleans on the Mississippi 1 river. Births · BTr. and Mrs. Omer McCpnnell I Mr. and Mrs. Omer McConnell j of Fayettnville announce the birth j of a daughter, April 23, at the] ·County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Hayes "Richardson of Tulsa, Okla., announce the birth of a daughter, April 23, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris of Springdale announce the birth of a daughter, April 24, at the County Hospital. the most ' cherished . . . the most lasting Gift... JEWELRY for His or Her GRADUATION! Birthttone Clusters 10 X yellow gold synthetitc stones $9.95 Replica Clutter Rings 10 K yellow.gold synthetitc stones $29.75 WATCHES THE VERY IATEST MODELS Graduation Special! 17 J BOAMER 1 yc;ir /ninrnnleo. Standard. Smnrlly Styled $18.75 . licit, tax inc.) ELGINS "The Wntch With The Hcnrt Th.it Never Rrenks" 17 .1 F.lRin--Y G F C.Vsc High Curved Crystal $33.75 (fed. tax IncU IT J ElRin--yellow cnr.e Smartly Styled $33.75 (fed. tnx Incl.) CREDIT TERMS Gardenhire's Jewelry H Wo Don't Hove It In S.rxli Wi'll Mak* If 15 N. BLOCK j?jL|» Cotton chiffons and imported for that V I. Mother First in Fayetzeville voiles F- That very important person -- Mother £5.^ ·--deserves a very important gift. Give her jr'y ·what she'd choose for herself--a Nelly Don, '4|£ of course! Pretty, fresh-looking dresses like these done with Nelly Don's sure fashion touch in fine fabrics. And as always, they're well-cut... dressmaker-detailed.. .fit like a million 1 Tiick-fronl nhirldress, left, sparked with lace. Creuc-reiutant imported voile in pink, sky blue, lilac, pale green. 14 rb 20; 14 !/2. to 20 l/z 14.95 Iiaee-yoke drcsn, center, in quill print cotton chiffon, TVbilizcrl.® Easy skirt fullness. Navy, red, brown, green, grey. 20 to 44 " . . 12.95 IVnvijo print sliirlilregs, ripht, of cotton chiffon, Tebilixed.* Grosgrain belt, Brown, rcH. gr.-»n, blue with black and white. io to 20.10.95 : ; ' \ELLY Spring and Summer SKIRTS Summer Scoop! White Summer Hats White Straws! White Piques! Choose your new white hat'from our large and complete selection of the season's very newest creations! Whatever your style or headsize, you'll find your hat here! »millinery -- main floor $000 3 Others From $2.00 to $10.95 Cotton House Dresses .99 · Sanforized · Colorfast · .' ' . · Sizes 12-20; 14/2-24'/2 . · Wrap-Around or Slip-Over · basement $C9B ,J Cottons, rayons, wools in flattering ttylej.for every person, Solids, prints and novelty patterns. Pat Several In Layaway Now! . tffi'm .' JiM-«iM "^m ·;. Garment Bags Coat or $|00 ! Suit Lengths · Heavy, cloar plailic bag» with zipper clolngi. · boscmonf ' flat !· IIMITED .TIME QNIY '· ^ frtih »illowtrt; for'hour, (Mhoun

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