Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 7, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 7, 1952
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, IfM GETTING UNEXPECTED VACATION Mr*. Mary Van Babor Rogers, - (Special ) -Funeral ac- 1 rangcmcnts are incomplete for Mrs. Mary Van Bcber, 74, lifelong resident of Bcnton County who died Tuesday morning at the homo] of her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Clay-: ton in Hogers. Mrs. Van Bebcr was i a member of the Baptist Church. She was born-in Madison Ccfunty, but moved- here with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. John H. Grimes, when she was a small! child.', j Survivors include three daugh-i tcrs, Mrs. Clayton and Mrs. For-| rest Crawford of Eogers, and Mrs. I Arch Gaston of Tulsa, Okla.; two! Sins, Orda and Ira Fields of Rog- ] ers; .one sister, Mrs. Clarence! Parsons, of Miami. Okla., and one brother, Tom Grimes, o f - Okla- Hbtaa City, Okla. T h e CallUoli-Porler Funeral Home is in charge of the funeral. Samuel C. Swear'uigen . Funeral services for Samuel C. Swearingen, who died Friday, will j be held tomorrow at" 1:30 p.m. at I Watson's Mortuary by the Rev. j J.dTobert Moffett. minister of the First Christian Church. Graveside services will be held at. the Oak cemetery in Fort Smith at 4:15 p.m.. by D.. Wallace Bacon Of' the Fort Smith Christian Church. Arrangements are in charge of Watson's .Mortuary. Erhest E. Wood Funeral services for Ernest ID. Wood, 26, who died May 1. were held yesterday at 10 a.m. .at Watson's Mortuary, conducted by the Rev. Ewcll Logue, Baptist "minister. Burial \vas in the? National cemetery with full military honors. · Pallbearers were Kenneh Hen- BhPw, Glenn Reed, L. D. Wagnon, Loyd Dcjckery, Lewis Kincaid, and W.'II. Peterson. Row feeds Cla!f5! Thsy , InvenSed Television London-UPi-lfs rsrlin day in Russia, and the Moscow ncwr- paper Izve?tia announced with j pride that Russia invented toir- 1 vision. . Jzves'.ia, .in an article! broadcast by Radn Jloyccv.v, did | not Tiame tlie inventor, but marie ! the broadly swceoin* claim: "Our country is the birthplace nf such most- important branches of radio | technique as radio legation, radio navigation, tclnvi?ion. radio acour- tics and the use of hi?h frequency current in industry." Allied War Planes Hit Rail Lines in Korea Seoul, Korea-W)A H i e d war lanes ripped up two Red l a i l ines in 340 places yesterday and blasted them aj4ain today. Fifth Air Force fishier-bombers opened C6 more gaps this mornint; i n , the stretch of m a i n line north .Df Red Korea's capital, Pyongyang, broken in 170 places yesterday. , Another 170 cuts were reported I by pilots from the carriers Vallej Forge and Princeton. AHvertisc in the TIMfJS-- It nays Gift Id eas First- in fayetteville SUNNING HIMSEIF outside his gas station In Detroit is Gordon Scheerer, one of thousands of filling station proprietors taking an enforced vaca- tipn because of thcstrike of 90,000 oUjefinor^ workers, f/ntenrntionat) $55.00 trame cc:c. Expansion brocalot. 17 jtwcl Clgin Deluxe pl li ike l m»6i to- otti! E LC IN »h» ,5W^f woy fo tell fim« ' Welcome as the love that inspired ihc gift . . . a beautiful Elgin is «n all-time tribute and an everlasting source of p r i d e a n d a d m i r a t i o n . Priest indudt Ftderol lei THE WATCH WITH 7HI / HEART THAT NEVER BREAKS DURAPOWER MAINSrRINO Gardenhire's Jewelry Store Kits Partisan Critics PRESIDENT Truman addressing the National Civil Service League in Washington charged that "political gangsters" protected by Con- gressjnnal immunity are trying to "pervert" the Government's loyalty program to "blackmail" officials "who dare oppose them." The _Chicf Executive pledged himself "te eliminate the last vestiges uf Iht spoils system. (International^ for the first lady of your heart.. ,, Make Mother's Day next Sunday her "Christmas in May" by choosing the gift that caters to her love of nice things . . . a gift with thot personal touch she may have hesitated to indulge in because of her unselfish devotion to her family. Come in early tomorrow and let us show you our fine selection. NYLON DUSTER The very, very wearable housecoat brunch dress of 100 r '' nylon. Mother will adore it because it's - so easy to care for. See them in blue, melon and black splashed with gold. Sizes 10 to 16. AliMft tnutmly It IMS «l rid of men 0ci4-- rtlifvc «ni, hrartnui-n, utomjich. ·CM due to unit imfijteflion. Yet TtlMS , rnnMta no hlcnrhonnlc ro ovcr'Mlkflli7c of flM%* «cii rebound. Mint)'. Plcftiniu- i"illn«. Siill only lOc. TVMI rat TM TUMMT the nicest gift of all \ four of Faberge's famous purse colognes in a bonnie gold-and-white gift box Qv«rff*tt* Jr. 3.00 the set · main floor front She'll Love Lingerie THE SLIP . . . magically becoming, slenderizing, comfortable, in peerless nylon tricot, with the bodice and wide full ruffle of gossamer nylon net ... nylon lace edged. In star white, midnight black and dawn pink $7.95 THE GOWN . . .'in matchless nylon tricot topped by a froth of finest permanent pleats and narrow nylon lace. Perfectly color cast in dawn pink star white, sizes 32-38. , $12.95 THE BED JACKET ... permanent nylon tricot pleats fluting softly from a becoming off-shoulder yoke that ties snugly. In azure blue and dawn pink. Sizes small and medium $10.95 Use your Boston Sfora charge account Beautiful Bryan NYLON HOSE To the Mother who loves quality, beautiful Bryans are omong the finest things in life . . . fashioned meticulously for ultra beauty, ultra flattery, ultra snaa. resistance. In newest Spring ond Summer shades. 60 gauge. \ $|95 · main floor front WHITE for a smart summer hat! You've never seen such a s t u n n i n g group of new. Mills'- VV h a t e v c r your choice, it is sure TO ba in our grand group. Choose yours in strav/, lace or pique. *·"' '·main flow cantar OHitn to $12t.fS

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