Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 13, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 13, 1952
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Obituary Mr». Doro M. Chandler LmcolM-(Si!fcii,li-Mi. Dora M. Chandler. Rll. ,|i C( i at her in Lincoln early this nvin.ini!.' Mrs. ChaitdlPr h;-d liccp a re.'ident , of Lincoln for Ihc pa 1 -: IL 1 years i and was the wife of the iate Joe P. Chandler. Klincial services vill he ei.n-l ducted lonioiiow afienino'i ill 2:.?n o'clock a: the Church o f ; Christ in Lincoln, hy the n P -. ' I.cery Rail of .lohivain! Bl'rial vill ! be in the Vineyaid ceme-lery u n - . rier the direction of Lufiinbucl · Funeral Home of Lincoln. TIMB, HOGS SCENE IN FARMER'S DRIVE Th« Rev. J. W. Coontz Tills;,. Okla.-l/Pi-Tho Rev. John Walker C'oonu.. an, MethodiM min. Ister who held more than a dozen pastorates before his retirement, died yesterday at his home of heart attack. He moved here a year a,?o from Eureka Springs Ark. He had served 'a-. a substitute pastor at churches there i and at Hui-.tEville, Ark. Before eoinc to Eureka Springs In 1942, Coontz held pastorates all Little Rock. Tulsa, Lawton, Gulh- I rie. Drumrieht and rs'owata a :1 d ; others in Missouri and Illinois. Funeral services and burial will be in Eureka Sprinc.*;. Prairie Grove Final chapel services for £rado school students wore conducted Friday morr,:ni; at tile auditorium. Billy Thin-man read from l!ic' Scriptures ni'.d Tommy McCoy | presided. Larry Uell amt Mclba ! (Jarrctl read essays. Also takiiiK' part in the proaram were Betty Lane, Jimmy Gibncy, Naiiev Corn- . \vcll. and Auda Hay Faddis. R a y . Bn-.vlin;: of the sixth grade made, a farewell address on behalf of: the cfa*-;:. which will enter iunior! liitrh school ne.-.t fall. ' ' Mrs. .1. W. Tat lor .·-pent t h e j tvcckend with her rkinihter. Mrs/ Everett Murphy of Fayetteville. ] Mrs. K. A. Barnes and Miss Ol- · lie Barne-; spent Mother.- Day with ' Mrs. Finnic.'' dauchler. ^^]·s. A u t - ' ry \Vilson of S,.'i ingriale. ' Baccalaureate ;.er\ ices for high: . school senior:; v-cre held .Sondav' niL'lit at the Methodic C'hnrch hv ! Ihc R e \ . S O. PaMy. Taking part in the services were the Fie 1 .. H. R. MvKissirk of the Chn?lia'i Church, who offered the in-, oca- tion, and the Rev. Ed Phillips of the C'.nnheranri Preshvlcriali , C'hurch, who pronounced, the hcnc- dictinn. The hiph school choius. led hy llavid McCartney, sant; three hymns. The girls quartet, composed of Ratio Sue lichn. Frances Garrcli, Camilla Bldwell and Anita Tunncll. also .vans. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCormick and children of Snlliraw, "kia., spent the weekend w i t h . Mr. MrC'nrmick's mother. Mrs. D. ; N. McCormick. (.in Sunday t h e : ; sroup tisiied Mrs. Kenneth M e - - ' C'ormick's parents. Mr. find Mrs.': B. B. Bronson of Fayeneviile. i Mr. and Mrs. Dick Waliacc a n d ; ! children. Mary and Gcorsc. of : Gains', ille. Texas, spent the weekend with Mr. Wallace's parents,Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace. Members of ti,e Baptist Church attended a fellowship dinner a t ' Ihe ch'.irch recreation roons f o l : lowing the Sunday morning scr- · vices. Silver is by far the best con: ductor of until heat and electricity. · ; The Spnni.'-h Ai-mada was com- · 'i 1 posed of 132 ships. ;| jOzarks Publicity To Include Color Motion Picture i SU 1'rOSS. t and clitfribM he hiiiirllrd Imiuviflo. Ay rrs nm\ lour the i.rt-. Damages Sought Alter A half-hour color-sound motion picture-television film that should · : prove the m«n valuable sinslc . HfllltP |r Ujf D u f« r .publicity effort in the history of i "VUVS I) Fill Df ld( I t l i e Oark Plavgroiinris A.-snria- ' n is to be produced in the area. : Hentnm-llle-i.Spcciall-The o«h- it was announced this week bv f "' lhr lu '"' c ' « l --- ·' r s l ''"!'- Brvce C. Tiobv president I lar Street in Rogers and the feri- - · .'. · ' 'cral Insurance Ciii.ipiiny h a v e filed suit in Circuit f.'oiirt apain t W S. Matnry and George Thur- Third Street struck Malnev's car which they charge " v a s not hoinc. properly controlled." knocking il into the hou: e. The owners of the house ask $lifl[t o.-oiiaEjrs- uhich he The film, which will carry the title of "The O.ark Playgrounds : Story," will he prodnrcrl by Con, Uncntal-Natinnwide Pictures. At I the present time the firm is film- inc "The Oklahoma Story." Hal M. Ayrcs. producer, and H. · K. Carrinston. associate producer, have advised Plat grounds officials that actual filming of the Irav- j thct s .-,y h in the "form ,.f cloRuc documentary film will start i crai depreciation d'lc t,, , } , ,, next week. . ' mciidou.- shuck and force" |,y Plans for the production were i which it was hit lv .Malr.evV car | mapped in recent conferences be- j The Federal Insurance fom- twccn Ayrcs and Roby: Miss! pany seeks 56(17.Ill) which it damn Marie Kolb, Playgrounds director: j was spent in repairing the porch Tom Avers, field representative; · - - Dwight Nichols, advertising chairman and Oscar Payne of the Watts. Payne Advertising ; of Tulsa. Nichols said the film will be of I a non-commercial, non-advertk- inc nature and that its first u^e ! of"the" DKn^'nfo'" r *,T»ul'! will be nationwide release in ! quy for Manager Rod'' nn1le"Vi I movie houses and later as one of i hate around. Souch(,-:k alrcad\ | a series for color television. Parts i hns plated four postiions for th'i | of it also will be used by movie Bengals this sea.von -- left field I production libraries and inMini- ,'' i(! ' n ficltl - "ird base and first Tackett Explains Stand On Mine Safety Bill L i t t l e ltirk-i.'1'i-Rrp. BoyrtTack: ( l t -.n- he oppose', a fcder; I mine ·nlety hill localise " think It ii'nilil he a ..reccdcnt !o Kr.e Hie Ko'.ernmcnt such au I'.ic.-.ett. a candidate for gnv- r i n o - . said yevlerd.iy that the d'.:ly ati'l rr-;pr.nsibdity of mine ·My" belongs to the i.idividua .' mcH-.ure thr McConnel] irnini.-e s a f e t y hill . was aped hy the House Mine .Safety omnuttee. ti-.l. Tnckctt tesll- acam-.t the measme before siihcommitltee. Tu.«loy, Moy U, 1*51 Record Number Of Americans Enter British Amateur St Andrews. Scotlat,d-,,T,.Forty .,...»W.MI UM«MS» Texas Americans-.a record-have , : , - , l f . S. amateur champion tered the British amateur «olf rlUMipionship.-. tl-e Hoyal »nd Ancient Golf Club announced today, field for the six'.day tournament, -..-hii-h opens May 28 at Pn-siwli-k. Scotland. Includes Dick rhapman «f fmchurrt, N. C., who vvon thr- title last .year, ami Hilly Maxwell O f OHMS*. Texas, present RADIO TV SERVICE loteit TV T«l Equipment 24-Hour Service TRI-STATE SALES CO. 320 W. Dicklon Phon. 513 Souchock A ^ I Player For Tigers production libraries and inMmi- i versifies, schools and travel bu- ! reaus. While the O/ark Playerounds Association is co-operating in every way to make the production base, lie performed at the initial sack in yesterday's double-header against the Chicago White Sox and cleanly handled 21 chances Advertise In th» TTMKR-- It M y, · Vcrbenni. Peturfill, Sc.lrl.t Sag« and Many Othtr Flow ·ring Planli · Tomato, P.pptr ind EM Planli · Summer Blooming Bulb« and Flower Se«di A D A M S FLOWER SHOP I Phon. 320 33 N. Block StrawSandals Leather-lined sandals that fit so beautifully to give you cool, comfortable walking pleasure. · Red · Natural · Multi-color only , » « ivte For Fun in the Sun RANKED BY A NUMBER of campaign pictures, Ohio's Ken. Robert A. Taft waves to a crowd ol supporters as ho makes his first visit to the Taft-lor-President headquarters in New York City. (JntrrnolionalJ STEEL WORKERS FACTORY WORKERS PAY CHECKS GET FATTER-Workcrs in the steel indu SPORTSWEAR i ^tt9B3f^. 500th Air Mission try workers average._$68.36 a week. B»li«««r«TO JUST ARRIVED! j SECOND SHIPMENT OF f Washable Denim FOR MEN i · A MUST FOR EVERY MAN FADED SLAX Cool, comfortable, smart looking . . . here's the perfect ^» coordinated group of sportswear * - . - , ready for all your outside interests '* ' " . . . picnics, golfing, hiking, bicycling, sunning and travel. They're smartly tailored for band-box appearance so come early tomorrow and you'll agree they they can t be beat for fun in the sun. DENIM $O98 IT'S QUITE a score that Capt. Wil- Uam H. Gulches, of Wellington, NJ., chalks up as he hnds at a Korean airfield with 5nt) missions completed. At thn end of World War II, his total was 4?. r . 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