Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 14, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 14, 1952
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MO«THWKT ARKANSAS TIMIS. Pwrttovlllt. A* W»dn»trfoy, May 14, 1W2. Obituary Mn. Emily Octavo Blackburn · Mrs. Emily Octavo Blackburn, |7, resident of (his community for Ice past 30 yngrs, died yesterday, afternoon in thc home of h e r , daughter, Mrs. J. M. Phipps, at| Route 2, West Fork, after a long- j thy illness. She was horn March S, 1884, in Mills County, Texas. · She was a member nf the Mctho-l [list Church and was the widow of ! .\Vill Blackburn, who died in 1936. j She is survived by three sons, ; Alonzo Blackburn of Wichita,. Kan., Clarence Blackburn of West' Fork, and Simon Blackburn, w h o . is stationed with the U. S. Army in : Jacob Cut Luttrell Funeral services for Jacob Cue Luttrell, 75, retired farmer w h o died Sunday in County Hospital, were conducted yesterday morn- inc in the While Oak Baptist Church by the Rev. .lesse I.ane a n d ( n p R r v Gj|hm j _ a n e Pa ,,. hearers were srandsons. Arrange- mnnts v . fle u n d c r di , ection of Monr -. s F u n e r a l chapcl- one sister, Mrs. Sarah fiiarks of California; and right grandchildren. Funeral service will be conducted Thursday at 2 p. m., at the Baptist Ford Church under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Burial w i l l be in the Baptist Ford cemetery. Funeral services for A r t h u r B. Slandley, 71, whn died Saturday in C i t y Hospital, were conducted Mnnriay afternoon in the Brentwood Community Church by the' Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. Burial was in Rrentwood cemetery under the direction of Moore's Funeral Cha- Shook, and- Stand- Julion H. Nix Julian H. Nix, 7(i, resident of Wichita Falls, Texas, died yesterday morning in a hospital in Mr- Kinney, Texas. He was a cousin of Roy Nix of Faycttrvillr. Thc body is to arrive in Fayotteville this afternrron for f u n e r a l services, under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. | Robert C. Sturdivant Funeral service for Robert C ! Sturriivant, 60, retired druggist whn died Saturday in the Veterans Hospital, were conducted Monday morninj? in Moore's Fun era] Chapel by Chaplain James Burris. Burial was in Memorial Park cemetery in Tulsa, Okla. Pallbearers were Roy Sharp, ,T. Hughes. Ben Walker, Aostin Glenn, Avery Glenn, and Dickie Lewis. Mrs. Martha Frances Hers hey Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Frances Hershey, 4R, who died Sunday in County Hospital, were oonducfrd yesterday afternoon in the First Baptist Church in Springriale by the Rev. O. L. Lier- Jy. assisted by the Rev. Donald Walker. Burial was in Silent Grove cemetery under the diret tinn nf Moores Funeral Chapel Pallbearers were Alvin H u f f , Harold Sonc. Ben Walker, Ed Rnb- bins, Dave Mustain, and Edward Hall. * ~, ·mvxin? new aid f»r these with severely impaired hearing Mrs. Anna Mari« Crate Requiem high mass for Mrs. A n n a Mari? Crate, m n t h r r of Mrs. T. C. Carlson nf Fayetteville. who died at her home in Bartlesville, Okla., Sunday ni^ht, was celebrated this morning in Bartlesville at St. John's Catholic Churrh w i t h the Rev. John F. Lynch as celebrant. A Rosary was recited last night at the memory chapel of " t h e Arnold Moore Funeral Residence. Burial was in the White Rose cemetery. Mrs. Crate, Sfi. had been a resident of thc Bartlesvillc community since 1920. She"was a n a t i v e of Buffalo, N. Y. J. W. Meek For! S m i t h , Ark.-(/Pi-.I. w. Meek, sn. Fort Smith bottler, died last n i ^ h t at his home here. M and his l a t e brother, Robert, founded the Coca-Cola B o t t l i n g Company plant here. Survivors include a son. Personals ' Severe h e a r i n g loss? Enjoy 4.5-co// power and exceptional performance in an flm.irinply l i g h t , compact, f i n f i l c - u n i t nid. Same high q u a l i t y and PXelusive features as Zcniih's p n p t i l a r "Royal" mode!. Free demonstration. Headband and fione Conrfurfion Oev!tei Avp-'lofa/t of Modsrcfe fxlra Coif 10 D A Y R E T U R N P R I V I L E G E DIXIE RADIO 421 DICKSON PHONE 1242 Mr. and Mrs. .1. N. Ludrick and two sons. Scott and Burt, of Washington, D. C.. were overnight UPSIS last nighl nf Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hancock. They were pnroute to Oklahoma, where they will visit with relatives. Loron L. Clark, seaman, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. John ' Clark of Eureka Springs, and h u s b a n d of Mrs. Vivian R. Clark, also of Eureka .Springs, is among Ihose working on the destroyer, USS Hopeu-ell. recently returned from the Korean area to he refitted and modernized before reassignment to f u r t h e r combat duty. Clarksville Voters Go For Parking Meters I Clarksville, Ark.-WVCIarksvill j voters have approved installation . of parking meters here. The vote in yesterday's special election was 21R for; 74 against. Clarksville is the 3 4 l h Arkansas municipality to approve the meters. SPECIALLY PRICED FOR THE GRHDUHTE Stars Day Special Buy a gift of lasting importance . . . Giv« that Graduate of your family a lovely, nationally advertised W r i s t W a t c h for the most important day, Graduation. 17 J Helbros or Craw- lord Ladiei Watch. Reg. S39.75 $24.75 17 J Marvel L«di*i Watch. Reg. S24.75 $19.95 Special -- While They Last: Men'i Crawford 17 J Writ! W«!ch. Rug. 39.75 $24.75 ALLOWANCE OR MORE ON YOUR OLD METAL WATCH BAND FOR ANY NEW METAL BAND! Credit Terms n Low as $1 Weekly Garden hi re's Jewelry "If W« Don't Have U In Stock, W.'ll Make It" 15 N. BLOCK STREET STAR BARGAINS First in Fayetteville FOR STAR DAY-THURSDAY See the Hollywood stars on the Square Thursday at 1 p.m., then come by the Boston Store and shop the star bargains in our basement department. Dress Specials! Your choice of COOL COTTONS-RAYON PRINTS $199 In four styles, sizes 12 to 44 BEMBERG SHEERS or DAN RIVER COTTONS Dresses which look so much more. Easy to wear, easy to care for around the clock this summer. Sizes 9-15, 10-20, 16'/2.-24 1 / 2 . $099 O SHEETS! SHEETS! SHEETS! COLORED PERCALE by CANNON In soft shades of yellow, green, blue, pink or pncch. Full Si?e Only $3 79 Ea Matching Cases Only g5 c g 0t :ANNON'S WHITE LUXURY PERCALE Full s ' z « S3.A9 Ea. Twin Size $2.99 Eo Cas " 79c Ea. CANNON'S CRUSADER MUSLIN " Full Siro $2.79 Ea. Cases 39c Ea. CONTOUR SHEETS by PACIFIC This is the sheet that has soared in popularity . . . the sheet people are re-buying. Elastic holds it fait to your mattress. Combed Percale-Twin Bed Slie $3.43 Double Strength Muslin-Full Bed Size: .$3.79 Organdy Curtains Permanent finish . . . stay f r e s h through countless launderings. Add color to any room. Deep full ruffles. In white, pink, yellow, lime. Decorator c o l o r s i n h u n t e r green, rum brown, burgundy. ORGANDY ENSEMBLE Moke her room look like a fairyland with these frilly soft white ruffles a perfect graduation surprise! In fines! permanent finished organdy. · Curtains . . . . $4.98 · Spreads $7.98 · Vanity Flounce $5.98 · Pillow Shams . $1.79 $5.98 Washington SPREADS Slight Irregulars of tav.O.^t I (~\ Q(~] Values. The i r r e c u l a r i M e ' "J I VV 7\J are FO slight you'll n r v r r * I f 1 find t h e m . In i i a i i i t u m a l I \^s eRRshell rolrir. Salad Set Large green glass salad bowl with six individual bowls--throe green, three chartreuse. Plastic serving' fork and spoon. Perfect for informal summer dinners $049 * AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT Fine glazed pottery . . saucers, plates, salad ccrcols . . . m decorator colors of chartreuse, green, grey, burgundy. · cups ' 6 / r\r\ :o » 20-PC. Set *4 98 irnundv. · · r ^^

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