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April 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Obituary Mn.,0ra Anderson ,'lMrs. Ora Anderson, 50, of B r n k - 1 en Bow, Okla,, died in a DeQuecn ! hospital Wednesday n i R h t . S h e ' was a member of the Baptist Chsrth I" Broken Bn'.v. Sftc Is survived by her husband, D. H. Andernn; lwr d a u g h t e r s , | Mrsr-Ethel Recce of Oklahoma City i and Miss Evelyn Anderson of the hpjno; two sons, Garland of Broken Bow and James of Dallas, TJjjaj; her parents, Mr. and V's, Firry Oxford of Wedumlon, Ark.; | four, brothers, Elben Oxford of j FarminKlon. Homer Oxford of Po-; mcfna, Calif., Curtis Oxford of St. Helena, Ore., and Wesley Oxford of'raycltr-vllle; Hires sisters, Mrs. Lwise Hayes and Mrs. Bernicce FjelJ, both of Siloam Springs, nnd Mrs:'Bos.iie Faye Thurnian o f - K a y ctte'ville: and four grandchildren. TuncrM norvires '.vcre held Kri- dS" with Iririal in the Idabel, Okla., cemetery. Churlet U, Van Horn KUneral services for Charles U. Van-Horn, (ID. who died Friday in his hme at Prairie Grove, were cijgjiuclcd yesterday afternoon in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Ffottie by the Rev. John Stevens, n/istor of the First Baptist Church tf Prairie Grove. Burial was in tjjie Farmington cemetery. . ;Pallbearers wnre Hobert Barnes. Sari Barms, Robert Hannah. Joe IJavif. Carlos Hill, and Darrcll Risterline. ; rfcnry F. Williomi ;Rogcrs, Ark.-(Speclal)-Henry F "Nis" Williams. 60, died yesterday morning in his home In Rogers, where he had lived most of his life. Mr. W i l l i a m s Is survived hy his w i f e , Mrs. A n n e W i l l i a m s ; and one brother, K. B. Williams, of Route 3. Rogers. Funeral .services were conducted yesterday a f t e r n o o n by the Rev. William Malolle, pastor of the First Christian Church, w i t h h n r l n l in the Rogers cemetery under the direction of the Callison- Forter Funeral Home. Horry E. Woodi i3entonvilip -(Speviaii- Frneral tonville cemetery unrjr-r inc m- reclion of the CalliEon-McKinne.v MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL twiiif .iii,it../,' I Hint CHICK SPECIAL each HtAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery P. a. ·« 1« mr Tsltpllon. 1121 reclion of the C a l l i s o n - M c K i n n e y Funeral Home. He (lierl in t h e Rales Memorial Hospital yesterday a f t e r a Inn" lllncfs. Mr. Woods, a l i f e t i m e resident of Bcntnn County, operated offices here for the sale of f r u i t and vegetable containers. He is the con of the l a t e Bedford and Adeline Elliot Woods. He Is survived by his wife. Emma Stevenson Woods; two daughters, Mrs. Malcolm Tag?nrl of Mr-Allen. Texas, and Mrs. Bill I.ee of Tulsa; and six grandchildren. Sanitarian Returns From Convention Bcntonvillc-ISpeciali- C o u n t y Sanitarian Hobert L. Bogle returned from PlttsburR. Kan., yesterday where he attended the semiannual meellnc of t h e Mid-Continent Association of Food and I5rus Officials. The group Is composed of s a n i t a t i o n workers from Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, and Arkansas. BoRle said the grnup discussed recent chances In industry and how thc-y effect the public health. Three Children Born In Bentonville Hospital B e n t o n v 11 le-(Speciali-Three babies were born nt the Bates Memorial Hospital here this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crahtrec of Rentonvlllc announce the birth of twin sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Laufihlin of fit. No. 4 announce the birth of a' 1 son. From Ifl41 to 1!»1, the U, S. labor force Increased from 54 to 03 million people. Roman Meal Rrcnd. 11-lB-tl An nut-siandlnR flavor--Junje's Hear Better with... Zenith Hearing Aids -^ ^ COME IN FOK FXfffLASTIC CEFPtlCEItATOH BAG. BAHtRIES STAY 0!E$H, IA$T IONOER Yes, you Ticnr buffer with n Zenith "Royal" or "Super Royal." Why? Because only Zenith gives you »!1 these mnrvelous fenlures: Exclusive rEBMArKoNr- iTc. Battery Switch -4-po- sitlon Tonr ContrnUFinficrlip Volume Control, By makers of w o r l d - f a m o u s 7.eni!h Television, Radio;;, KM. Free demon- 5 f r n ( f o n . On-the-spot repair, service. Bont Condnclhn Devirti Av»tlibl* tt M*flT*tc Extri Con DIXIE RADIO 421 DICKSON PHONE U42 I . Tag Jewelry Buys Gents 17 J W l l l n a u r r WATCH nog. $43.75 $25.00 COSTUME JEWELRY Necklaces Earscrcws i Pins, Etc. Price · Win. A. Rogeri Sllv«rwara i ; - · iO-pc, iel, reg. $41.50 NOW $29.75 | liff* Serving Trayi ? · , Htovy Sllvorplot*, rtg. $65.00 NOW $^.50 | WNI 0 Trt* Phftttr 1 ; HMvy Silverploti, rtg. $50.00 NOW $25.00 CREDIT TERMS Gardenhire's Jewelry )lJF w* don't hov* It^ltock,, we'll make it" ' I 5 N . I L O C K INP PICTURES COMFORT GEN. DEAN ·:* IHIS PHOTO, maile A p r i l 7 hy Alan Wlnnlngton, London Dally Worker ·orrcspomlcnt wilh Communist forces In Korea, shows MaJ. Ccn. W l l Hani V. Oca", looking at photographs of his family which were sent to. .llrn hy i n t e r n a t i o n a l News I'hotos. He IB In POW Camp No. 6 near, I'ynnsynnR. One of t h e high spots of Ucnn's prisoner experience hasi hccn receipt of the I N P pictures. It is loportcd. The general told W i n - ' nlnslon t h a t t h o comlorllns photos of his wife were the best he h a d ; Bfcn of her. I'lclnros of his praniison arc the first he has ever seen.; Donn'n home In In Bcrliclcy, Cnl., where Mrs. Dean new lives In a new j house fnr which t h e ccncral spent much time drawing plans His first, ; aifiht of house was these pictures. (fiilcriialimml Hnrfinji/io!o/ ' TKUMAMS AT VAUDEVILLE SHOW PRESIDENT and Mrs. Harry S. Truman pose with Mrs. Robert A. Lovett (center), wife of th: Secretary ot n:fcn-o, on th-ir arrival at Ccn- stitution Hnll, Washington, to atUnd an old-time v a u d r v i l l p slnw. It was staged as a ornent for tho nrm;J services and sponsored by th= Army Navy and Air Force I.eaf.ic. (Iiitcraiilioiial Soundp.'iotol - - - ' . - : ! ~ ON HIS WAY- -His afie and destination unknown, while-bearded i M t k v Widlncc n.ount.s his "side-dooi Pullman at Minneapolis, Minn., to start hU J i n m t a l spriiiR tour Mike has reportedly been riding ' the run's lot 3fl yeais, lyins low in the winter and hloFsominfi out : w i t h the cuicu.srs in the sprlnR. He \vrars two overcoats, two hats and crimes :dl his possessions In it hurlap bafi and under his arm. LONGEST A M E R I C A N NOVEL?-Umlypo o p e r n t o r Hnrry Tcnnry b?n\n, n m n i n l h o n type-selling job us he starts to set what l« believed lo be the lonucsl Amcrlom novel ever accepted for ptibllcntion. it. C, French, i l R h t , compoiinu room forcmnii lor llotiRhton Mifflln's HIvcr.Mdc I'rf.vt, Cnmbrldce. Mnss,, oxnmhif.s n portion of the mmnmoulh manuscript, piled nl left, W r i t t e n by Wnco, Tcxn;., biiMncfsman MadiMin A. Cooper, Jr., the novel, which Is ns yd u n t l t l c d , l cxiiccleil lo run lo 2000 printed nas" Prairie Grove ^IHHfill ^H h TSK"r the celebration of the birthday of| in Rainbow was heW. Lnyonne Mrs. Moore's mother. Mrs. Myrtle! Phillips and Mary i-,ell Gnigcr Ivy. Since Mr*. Ivy is unable t o - mid "What Rainbow means to hi?'up, t h i s wns a "hed-Kidn" party.! Me." A n n c t t a M o o r c . n n d her parents. Mr. and! afternoon. Mrs .lames Sebnurn of Fnycttc- Mrs. M a r t h a Watson of Joplin v jj] f . j visited over the weekend with her Mr=. Robert Bogart. Jr.. wve a!TM 1 Raymond. b i r t h d a y party Sunday at h o r j Mr. and Mrs. Herbert home In Foynttcvllle f'ir her small ! tcrtaincd at d i n n e r Sunday i son Dickie' Guests i n v i t e d f r o m ' honor of lior nephew, Pfc. Geral Pra'iric Grove were Mary_ Lccj Watson, who is spending jiis leav '" ...... " " ..... ~" "~ means Turmoil and Kay n n i l j Calrs sans. accompanied by Frances Garrcll ;;t the piano C a m i l l a Biriv.-ell was nijstress cf ceremonies. A f t e r tho program punch and rookies were sor\ort. Tfc. and Mrs. GefaM Watson returned Sunday lo his hass in San Dieiro a f t e r a 10-day leave 'ones en-i rt ,| t h his nm-eni*, Mr. and Mrs. , in ; Raymond. Watson. ld ' -- . Pj.y _ Jones"Kcnncy M a r v i n and Ducks,| w i 'h his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jerry.'Bruce and nyran Duck, i flaymond Watson. Other out-of- Mrs. C. Curtis "has returned Mown guests wore Mr. and Mr?, f r o m ' N a s h v i l l e , Tenn., where she] Gene Younl and children of Tulsa, vi?itcd her son, A. J. Curtis a n d ! . M r . and Mrs. Raymond Asher and Winnow Junior and senior students l o f t Monday on t h e i r annual trip. his f a m i l y . | children of Tulsa, Mr. and Mrs. j Their three-day sight-seeing tour The j u n i o r s and seniors drove j Ed Clark, and Mr. and Mrs. C l a r k ; w i l l include schools and points ot to Noel, Mo., Tuesday for t h e i r of Jnhns,nn. '· for St. Louis, to receive treatment at the Frisco Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Glover of MuskoRee, Miss Marylinn Glover of Denton, Texas, and Sgt. and Mrs. Jack Glover of Long Beach, ! Calif., were weekend guests . of · Mrs. Irene Canady last week. . Mr. and Mrs. George Kersten i and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Aimer j e n l e r l a i n f d with a buffet suppei' I and party at. their home. Twin ] Manles, Saturday evening. About 20 persons attended. Benton County Coroner ! Files For Re-election a n n u a l all-day picnic. Mrs. thn Weaver and Mrs. J. Holmes were chaperones. Bcntonville-('Special)-C ou n ty i Coroner William F. "Buddy" Burns of Rogers filed his corrupt · practices and party loyalty pledges i wiih the county clerk yesterday. ! Burns has served as county cor- Supt. Vernon Doss and Mrs. H a r - j n n c r f o r ii :c past several years. ris are the chaperons. | He is a member of the National attend i their" parents who were interested' Mrs. Irene Canady left Sunday Association of Coroners. Mar- Rainbow Girls held their F r a n k ; u l a r meeting Monday night at t h e Masonic Hal!, A f t e r the meeting Mr. and Mrs. Byron Moore drove, s "Kcl-tosclhor" for Rirls and lo SpriiiEdale Sunday to interest a t Little Fock, l i o t i Springs. Conway, Kunsellviile, i Clarksville, a n d Arkadelphia. j F3RST IN FAYETTEYILLE RED TAG SPECIALS: Hamilton-Beach Mixer 3-lb. Box New Soilax wiffi Lnrqc 0-Col-O Sponge Reg. 1.33 FREE with each mixer $5.00 in in merchandise of your choice CATSUP BOTTLE STICKS, SPILLS, SLOPS, t GUSHfS but not any more Mtjfro-Mower 171/2 In. Power Mower 1.1 H.P. Clinton Motor Q750 CHINA-PLASTIC y s Breakfast Set 5« Squeezit CATSUP k I DISPENSER KOnDITE PLASTIC Clothes Lin6 $195 LIBBEY-OWEN Beverage Set 1--44-oj. Dseanter FREE Kordite Clothes Pins with each TOO feet 4--6-oz. Glasses. Reg. 1.25 Fayetteville Hardware _^^ ftUrtklF 112 S. EAST ST. PHONE 2837 We Conoco Mlleoge Merchants nro now (mined nnd ready to give your car exactly the ronie service that helper! knop test engines new in the spectacular "50,000 Miles--No Wear" rond test! In that famous test., six hrnnd-new cars wore each driven 50,000 killing miles, lo prove I.ho wcnr-fiRhlmK ability of Conoco Super Motor Oil. Thiinks to Conoco's 3-point "50,000 Miles--No Wear" Service, those engines showed no wear of any rnnsequmcc, in fncl, an'average of less t h a n one one- thousandth inch on cylinders and crankshafts. Gasoline mileage for the. /ns( 5,000 miles was actually 99.77% as good as for the first 5,000! 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