Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 6, 1952 · Page 10
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May 6, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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OF we snows CAffDS, WHO'S -* ^f«/-.-i;»3irf otfiy By ?/{ OF COPS AHD Hoflrls0y-- *ND ir MIGHT HAW ggeft H/sHfR HAD fie HOT pfEH siVircHee · hfrs Last Niqht Obifuory torbaro Ann Hoy« Sprlngdale -(Special)- Barbara Ann Hayes, Infant daughter of Bobby Joe and Jacqueline Myers Hayes of Fayettevllle, died-yesterday afternoon in Sprincrtle. She was born April JO, 1952 in Fayettcville. Other than her parents she is survived by two brothers, 'Robert Lee ar)d Charles Glen., at the home; paternal great crcat grandmother, Mrs. Mary Ann Boykin, Shreveport, La.; paternal g r e a t grandmother, Mrs. Ada Floyd o[ Hughes Sprins. Tex.'*; . Paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mri. S. G. Hayes of Fayette-. ··ille; m»(ernil great grandmother, Mr;. Emma Bieber, Los Angeles; maternal" grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mayers, Fayetteville.. Funeral services are_ being h«ld this afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Oak'and Baptist Church by the Rev. Tommy Gihbs with burial in the Oakland cemetery. Arrangements are in' charge of Callison- Sisco Funeral Home. A. B. Giles Prairie Grove-(Special)-Kuneral rervices for A. B. Giles who'died yesterday at his home here, will be held tomorrow p.fternoon at 2:30 o'clock in.the Walnut Grove Church, by the Rev. Garland Mor ri-on.of Fayetteville, end the'Re S. O. Patty of Prairie Grove. Bu ial will be in the FarminRto cemetery under the direction Lucinbucl Funeral Home, Survivors other than his wif Mrs. Pearl Giles, include, t w brothers, Jess and H. H. Giles Prairie Grove and Farmington. Albert B. Harp Springdalc-(Specia!)-AIbert B Harp, 73,' lifelong resident o Sprinndale and community, die yesterday at the County Hospit in Fayetteville. Mr. Harp wi born August 18, 1873 in SprinC dale, the son of the late Wiley an Alice Kennen Harp. He was member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife, Mr ftw fie NOT pfM SMrcHeP AROUND SOtfOcH/H r#E FIELD/ .Br Tie AJier)ted Slum'ius, Ga--Willie Pep, 130 torti, Conn,, outpoinfed Ken Kaeti,"'134iBaltimore, 10. Jchmbnd, Va.--Kjchartl (Doc Bjlh*,' J4 (,· Pittsburgh,' knocked out .Roland Nobors, 143, Hartford Conn., Z, ' - .' , · Scrsmon, Pa.--Joe Gisrdcliq 3'53, Philadelphia, and JoeJUiccli ' 149,JJew. York, drew 10. '., OMMIo--Freddy- .Dswson, 140 Chlcajo,,. 1 outstretched Norman WebK lit,.Detroit,'fl. PjttSburch ~-' Johnny. Cetario UwHartfordi, Conn:, outpolntec Caiml4« F|ore, 145, New York, 8. Holjoifi' MaBj.-^Jackie -Waber 187,. Pah'tucket,' R. I., 1 outpointed Cttffit -Edmn-li, 114, Hartford . e;.-Araujo,' ; .1 Providence, R. I.,' outpointed C«ulet, 13«, France, 10. I HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatehtry Wonderful ^Other's Day GIFT tipeaat Shipment ; L A N T E R S I Broil. Filigree ' .. IGreirt Ceramic Lining TUCK'S '-.North Block. Phone 35 Mxwtll Colltglilt Chimp · "Athens, Ga.-(#)-National «ma- tcur champion Billy Maxwell won flit Southern Jntercolleuiate title with 72-hole score of 283. Births Mr. «·« Mri. Jerry De.n Bldle . -j Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Dean Bldle at Sprlngci'al* announce the birth of - a ' daughter, May 6, at the County. Hospital. Mr, and Mn. Ctrl Cop* Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cope of Fay- ettevllle.announce the birth of a daughter, May «, «t the County Hospital. Mr, and Mri. Mirrln Smith -, Mr, .and Mrs. Marvin Smith of Wlhilow nnnounc* 1 the birth of daughter, May 4, at the City Hospital, · i Mr, ind Mn, Brure Oeti ^»Mr. ; -±r.d Mrs.-.Braee Getz of lombs announce the birth of « daughter. Mny 8, at the Clly Hospital, . , ' . . Indict Cards Owner ·RED SAICH (above), o^er of the 3t. Lewis Cardinnls baseball team. s nnrjer federal trt.dlctment m St ixHilB, Mo., on five charges of in- comfi tax evasion involving his re- Uirns from period 19-16-40. Thr lovernmcnt claims he reported m- :ome of 11,510,748 In the fow years and failed to declare income tif $108.82^1 (Intcrnatinn MOTORISr-"ifs your money that pays for roads VOUR gas tax«, license * feei and other taxes pay tot building pavement, for Maintaining it and for re- P*TUI| it when it wears out. Concrete p a v e m e n t is ·wxUraue in first cott yet can be designed accurately for any legal axle load--and itkctfit its load-carry ing capacity throughout iu life.' Concrete costs less to maintain, lasts longer. Iris fow-onm/af-cotf pavement. PMTUND CEMINT ASSOCIATION . » U r * m i M . M M M . "I? · 41 E. CENTER 0 2775 PHONE 21 cr OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 P.M. 012.94 (D 3X.SO BUY NOW ON LAY-AWAY SO or $1* Holds Your Blanket Till Oct. 1 37.90 QUALITY ELSEWHERE JlfJtW. 2./.Y5 fed I'M/ne. [) Our regular 32.75 Electric reduced. · $10.15 more nationally. 5-yr. guarantee. ?5% wool, 25% cotton. Sinjla control, 6) Rsj. 39.75 dual control 34,50 SPECIAL PURCHASE SAVING Outstanding I2..74- 72 I 90" 0 Similar quoliiy wa; 17.75 last fall. Warm all-wool with 6" acetate saiin binding c!l- qround. V.'eijln exira-hsavy 3}i Ibs. [5] Spociaii-/ purchased plaitls 12.94 **1 down for electrla, 52; clown f=r olhcr b!an!:?t:. Maude Bra((JHarp; fix «on«, Don, John, Buran, Jus, and Frando Harp,.all of Sprinjdale, and Jordan Harp of Wichita, Kan.; three daughters, . Mrs. Blanche' Wade, Mrs. Beatrice Sherry, and Mrs. M«nda Clark, all of Sprlngdale; .* lur stepchildren, T h o m a s Ovi.rton, Des Moines, Iowa, Riley Ovcrton, Wichita, Kan., Mrs. Oval Whittle and Mrs. Minnie Leslie, both of Sprlnfdale; three brother!, Charlie and Bennie Harp of Por- tenville, Calif., and Hosea Harp of San Bernardino, Calif.; · Three sisters, Mrs. Frances Vanzant, Springdale, Mrs. Lizzie Tillman, Muskogee, Okla.. and Mrs. Florence Roberts, also of Muskogee; 28 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. ,',_·' Funeral services will b* Held tomorrow at 3:30 p. m., in the Sonora Schoplhouse by James L. Neal. Burial will be In the Sonora cemetery, under, the direction of Callison-Sisco Funeral Home. Kee. np with tin Urnis-mi the TIMES dallj. ask... est Afar Test... Mgers ffas The Coffee Flavor Most People Like Best Your first taste of Folger's will convince you that you have found a coffee, different and wonderful. For this is a very special kind of coffee. . . 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