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May 15, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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*dvertl»e In the TIMKS--It n»»» WHAT A WONDERFUL WAYTO · Lose NOKTHWiST AMANSAS TIMK, O t Tfvmdov, Mov I.. . ^;. Personals Mii.s Miirnir Phillips entertain- eel ycaerriay for the Wednesday bndsc club. No Calorie Counting! No Exercises! No Diets! h';; it IS :rut. Thanks t" *'i.-r..iiin f.f N. .. York doctor*, you can now r u t a n y ^ p r - c i a l " fo,.,U. W I T H O U T H A V I N f i A S I N G L E H U N C I t Y M O M E N T . Th«e New York rf'.^!(.m diFcoveretl fond adjunct hinRB. It mnl:es y ciilc dtmRnil IMS ou ra! lehs -- tohe a t u r a l l y - y e t you n eel himcry. Peft.rc Waf« was f-f vim it -i »is prm-e-I nilj l.y the floclora . rRft RI-OUP of lum-clH »r n v c r w e i B h t men foo-l -· r^Sf Farulty Duplicate Bridjr I Faculty Duplicate Rridce C'lllh moots tomorrow ;it Y.30 o'clock in tho S'.udonl Union. .. i O.K.S. Rummage Sale ' The Older of Ea.ilnn Star will · hold a rummap.0 sale Satiird.-i,- n' Forrest U. Martin. 1. C. F. N. of Edlin's Shoe Sho|i. L'SS Taluga, arrived today to .spend a two weeks furlough with M»tron's Sunday School Class. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.! Central Methodist Marl in of Winslow, and with oth- · The Matron's Sunday Scl 1 : cr rclatucs and friends. Class of Central Methodist Church ' I will moot tomorrow afternoon at i Cpl. James W. Jay. son of Mrs. 1 2:30 o'clock with Mrs Emil K n a - k - ! Jcs.-ie Thacker, 820 Douglas .stedt, Croon Acres. Her Street, who has served for the! will be Mr;-. C. L. Kdward.s. : past three years in Japan and 1 j Korea, arrived Iry plane last night; Chi Ompjra Supper I in San Francisco, Calif., and is ex- The Chi Omega Alumnae and peeled to be home within the next Mothers Club will bo hostesses at few days. j a supper for the active chapter . _ j this oveninfi at 5:30 o'clock, honnr- Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carlson have; mC Chi Omcca .scn-ois. The sup- , returned from Bartlesvjlle, Okla.. ; per will be held at the chapter! where they attended the funeral of j house. j i her mother, Mrs. Anna M. Crate, j | Mrs. C. R. McNair, Jr., and chil- Janif Smith Violin Recital treatment. llhe BiMilnnvilli. - o h o . , I , w-,,t t , , ' ,,,,,,,, ,| ,,,.,,,,.. lr , , , ,, , , ,,, l.t. ;intl Mrs. Jack Fitl.Is of Knit ' Foil Kinilh Satunlav I., hut .id- ||.,. ||,,.., n ,.- n i i Sill, Ukl,,. '.pci,; ;).,. v.-rckr n I I i l l t l - m a l li-ind in'!. r.' ' i, i ,, -"""»li-. lluildltie. here wilii hi- mothrr. Mi . ; . v i - p ! \l r -,.,,| -11.. ,,. . v- ,· · I " " . " l.-'ik'-r. pre KlPi-.l i,f (ho fields, Hil'l in I l i w a :.o vitl. l,o-1,i.;.,.I,.).. ',·'..".., A.:.'.'' '. '" '''''""' "·'' · · 1 - ' r ' ' 1 ;i ' : t-'^tnuMrr _j \ . '·I."i in-. Hilly ll.i:,. ^ " ( ' ke-M. senior pros,.lent, n-tve thr rr- Suii' ''I'''" 1 ' 1 ' v.- , , . " ·· * · ' - . ' - .Air ;r.l'l A | ; ' . |J:,tl V, field--, Hil'l ill I l i w a :.o w t l . h'r ,l.iiif-h!ei- C.M.I -\ni parrnK M,. , m , Mr ... ,, ll: , ,,. rnk . ^"^"^ l ;.'" ·} » I.. A. I'aro lOllnm-d hoi;:r Mo... I ,,.., ,,,,,:,, M ',' .,,,;, M . in'Y I" 'T'T'"'"'' ,"7''"' " ^ - - l A n u M . w.-nl t:. .Vn.:.h,,. M m K,m..-,s Lily and Hrnnswicli, i d;n 'riloso uhu c-Mjoie-l a woi:u r , s.,i,..'l I'lvillc ai,.| M.,, ·'.' : p, i'.i s': M'.'' S I " i ' - ] 1 il!:i - ' ;il i-''i . j d.i\ aflcniunn i.-, S;i! m:;i:,ili\ lyn" 1'W-lp" Mr- j'u-'l ^I'lVp^ 11 ,',",; i;lllcl '.''"lib' lef Frid.iv f.n F..I t , f n c u l l v nn-.-nlji-i:, and their I,IK- Mrs. Beeeiier iic-iulor-.n ' ' ' ' I «"'"". V'l"-i''; Ihr-v will IIIPKO ;:.,·,,-1 l,:.,,d.-: aul uives. and Mr. and Mr, I homo. Until In; recent H-ML-D f'.i.u' ! liniijld l,,n... mor ,-,,,,l d,,u-;h- Mr . c.-n-pentei was choir d,,v.!,,, : i at the K i r t H a p t i : , l C h u r c h . ! Over)on Hor p hi " hi »» ) - T " ifa "' «··?. aw S l" 'ncdah-. A, k ...-,, ..... , : |,. M ,.. - H -'"d- Ovf-rt-.n M,,i o. .',:,.. I:' I o,,. fni'.rra! r.Tvicr will be h«)(J at expectrdly t i n . n,n.-iiiLi: ;,' II,.- !!:'· Calliron-Siscri Funpral Cftiwl of ,,n r daurhtr, ;,,,·. ,,, , ,., ,,,,, Rr . v r;r , ori([? Bean . · te,T. Sue and Carolui. of San Her- n.mlino, Calif left Tuerda.- aflri vlsitin;; her parent-. Mr. and .Mr-: G. W. Crone of Benlonvillr. I.,Roy Crone and f.'uniiv of J{D-CI . and her sister, Mrs. Zorc" Chani- pion of Hiwasse. Mrs. Kim:: : · en stationed with the Arm;.' Jne JohnMun attended tho l.;i-'r-j ball Riime Fi iriav niuht in Knnri-a. West Fork High :: 1£ ! Baccalaureale : Survivor:: in a, 1. 1:!;. ,n Whittle, are ; ..... ;|,-i- ,; ^ ' 1 - 1 .^iniKf l/\-h" ( ,f Spi lw " · lin - : . Ton, ( h e r '.on Moines. lo-.v,i. an. I K d c . of Kansai.; : ix ?.!·;, ·,.-.. Prando, ,lo!,n, Je- ,,,,'1 .,. Harp of S|irm;;d.d.., a:,'i .lor.IV' ' Snmu-il Smooton drcn of Tulsa, Okla., etu A violin concert will br r,iven Mo., between tho Uonton'. illo r,, m Seneca team:;. Amid fliley of Tnl-.-i sport (ho DOCTORS! 'Ir-UM , MIL-ii uu lui.^fl, vy(\.a., i ULurneo -* l IL..IU V.UIRUI t t\ ill in j^ I veil ' - * - . . ...... .-..,, u , IM with them and will remain until j Sunday afternoon at 4:3(1 o'clock i weekend in Brutoiivllle w i t h hi Monday. in the First Baptist Church at ' " I Springdalc, by Janie Smith, who Floyd D. Miner of Fayctleville recently received n Curtis Scholar- ' i f ' parents, Mr. and Irs. II. E. Ill-inks of Mr. and Mrs. I.ynn Smtih of i The loc^m rarefuliy rhrrknl rpniilts and here is what thry fnun-i: 1. Vripht lo^es of B lo 20 finuntls without any ill rfTrcls whatsoever. 2. All mcnilffrs of l!ir crntj» saiH they never fell hrlti-r and nrrcr had a hungry moment. U a f r x M ABSOLUTELY SAFE. It i. . f,,,-] ·lijuncl. not a druc. FII Finn totlay to fhe\ tbofr unnan'.wJ How Wnfrx bnliMics Your Hunprr is one of the candidates for the degree of doctor of philosophy at Kansas State College. Graduation] Springdale. exercises will he held May 23. at; · 2:30 p. m. in the college field! house, Manhattan, Kan. | BefltOH Vllls 'John Henry Rush j -.or rro-. fur J,,lm Hoii- I r lili'h. ;·;. V,'m.-,lrn f in:,...,- \..h,, : I died .Monday n-. I'll-. l|o,|.ual, w - i l l j | I"' .o'ldiiclc-l !,,,,,,,,,·,,«· al | ,,. ,,, ! | ill tl'.o V.'in.lnw A;...cillblv nf Or,d : C'hun-h liy the Up,. A. I). Hiili"- | '·''- will I,,- ,,, (-,,,! oomok-ry "· iindiM- dircctii.ii of M ·(.-., j-'uner- TM al Chapel. .,,. Mn. Emily Octavo Blackburn K u n e i . i l services for Mrs. K m d v -- \Vnfer h»s Among those from Fa.vctteville Htlcndinj; the Arkansas Bar As c o- eiation meeting 3t Hot Springs, nre Chancery Judge and Mrs. Tom Hull, Circuit Judce Maupin Cummings, Rc|). Clifton Wade, Karl Circcnhaw, Jim Hale, U. A. Pro- '(,. vosl Joe Covinglon, and Ralph | I3arnha:t and Dr. Krtward weather of the University Schuol. \'»u rti-r ff j o V.ITHHUT ri; MU.NKV |i. N. Th« *onnrr . -- .,..., Mr. and Mrs. Will Hedge had as Meri- j Sunday dinner ffuests Mr. and Mrs. Law L- A. Solomon and son, Billie, of Webb City Mo.; Mrs. C, W. Easl- -- wood and Miss Mavmc Hecllie of -- ! Carthage. Mo.; Miss MRdge Keith A nrw»nc-i "£*mt***+e- ^ · °^ Fayeltc\ r ille. anrl Miss Donnio /Announcements · |Koith of JUwassc. Guests durinc ·--' i the afternoon wore Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rodccrs and throe datlchtrr of Maysville, and Mrs. F. 1). Keith Only $3 for 30 day lupply. Eeonomy KC 60 day supply. So. You save 5-1. Available at. Fayettcville Urus S'.orc on money back guarantee. '"'' ; \VashiiiRton Lodce Onr ; Washington Lodge One \\-ill i meet tomorrow night at 7 o'clock ' for w o r k in the master's degree. Refreshments will hr served. wm'f you Tasie-a-JHAKEf Tastemarlc loam Springs will preach at (he Presbyterian C'hurcli Sunday, in tho absence of the Rev. Richard ficiger. pastor, who left Wedne«- -lay for New York City lo attend '.he General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A. ! Ila.v Goodman of Tulsa will ar rive Friday to spend the weekend here wth Mi-s. Goodman. i Mrs. W. O. YOUIIR lefl Saturday | for Tulsa. where she will spend two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Gerald Fitzgerald. Mrs. A. G. Newman accon 1 - panied her father-in-law. O. S. Newman, ot Fort Smith Monda. where he entered St. Edwards ! Hospital for several weeks medical That's the story on n Tappan Gal Range. You'll he proud to have one of these automatic heautics in your kitchen. Lei us give you n demon- stralion . . . show you how easy it is to huy . . . give you « peek at the joy you'll get in owning a Tappan! FULLY AUTOMATIC TAPPAN RANGE Regular Price 374.95 Allowance on Old Range 50.00 You Pay. 324.95 YOUn THADE-IN AS DOWN PAYMENT IF DESIRED BALANCE CONVENIENT TERMS Ut us show you thtsa Tappan featurcts: · Tappan Ttl-U-Stl putt auto- m a t i c c o o k i n g at your Angar tips · Crlip IIMD, crodi.rv c.r.oli, tic. dry and fr.ih · Chrom* ovon Intorlor p«idi h.allng, tavtl f u t l a»p.iii| n ,| r br.wni f»«d · Aulomolit lighting of all burnflrl · Individual throm« drip Iray vndtr each burner · Vliuallte, lee.through oven putt baking In plain light · lifetime guarantee on all bvrmrl and oven bolfom Iray STUMP FURNITURE CO. 603 West Dickson Phone 3112 '·I-. · :"r. i'-es fur Samuel Smcaton y. :·!·', died hi-rr Mily 1, will be '·''ii'Mictp'l ,ii. lo a. m. tomorrow · · ' !' ' f f cp.i|..t!;ry by the Rev. ".'· '""-·'",, of Caliison-Silco Harp of Wielu'.ii, K .11 ; I',.;-.- .-[:-.,. ·"'·'·'··'· H'.fne. d.niKhlfi-. Mr; F;!.ir.,-', ( . V,':·!.. , ''" ' "·'"··ivrl hv his vtlf, Mrr-. floN'.ncc Shriiv ; ,i. I .'.I;. lr ' r: '- ( '^"-' ^'.leaton of Sprin^dalp; Man.!-! '..'lark of SpNiii;l.:!r-. f u r - - '""' Squii-Pi-, M... , .It..-. !!,,,:·; .!,-')·, ..'. dlctnn. On-., and ,l.,l:- |;,-.,|..- ,,! ' · " Dc-.lcr. C.ihf . t h i r r - -. i- .';!;·.. '"_. : '' i Fannie Hicks of Iic!it.).i\-:llf .\! L KVP McCdln, of F.iirpli.m.' .\li., and Mrs. l.ucv Cooper ",' Vi.u, , Ar "-; »'»!· K I d t p , , and _ _~u._, -'-"'. ^^'l-sn-i-Hli'liddrcn. l t , - r Ki HSH1 tMt MT.J :l-ni!i'iter. Mrs. M»ri« nf 1'ort Worth, Texas, l .;·· "ial re'-onn-ps are found .f tin- Unilpif Slates. _ The Hev. James A. Overtoil lefl : Sunday for Miami. Fla.. to attend the Southern Baptist Convention. He will he away until May 20 Mrs. Matlie. Callahan is in Brunswick, Mo., for a vacation visit with relative?. and family. The Brink:; plan to i I-!"" , wl " '"' h ""' "'"' R ' ' n ! " » r i ' services for Mrs. Kmdi make their hon-r in Wiishlnctoii.! n TM* "'"' ' lr ^''neilidn.n by the f).'.'no lilackbmn. who dle'r Mre. Oma Walls of Duran.k'o. I Rcv - UIcn Jones. Tncstla.t. v.crc to be condurtet Colo., is in Bentonville for a I Special imisii. im.l. i (he .iiroc- ""' afternoon nt 2 o'clock in tin throo-wocks v,-n.-filioii in HIP home! lion of Mrs.! .Xn,,p..on . ''··''I'ti'-l Km'd I'hurch bv the R,--v i l"u r l M-lu ev of' For "n-k' W i " hr l"^'" 1 "' 1 '·' ^ ''ich ' -\TM.ld Simpson. Burial was to be s-pendinf hirwrrk hc-J ho r' 1 "''' 1 rllnru! - Ml " 1! "'""-" W i | - : ".' '"f Ilanllsl K ""' ''""^ »»- Dvkc Lumber I'ompanv in Jho! li; " is v '' :1 -' t! '" I"-',-.-imiar'!'''' direction of, Funeral absence r.f Jim Scot!, nianaccr. j ''""' """"'' : """' '"" """ " Mrs. Doris .Jacobs spent TUCM|,-,V ! ;tn and Wednesday in Tulsa on bu:,i-! ;ls . Jim McKniqht i ^ ko, juniors, will serve I Pallbearers were Aubrey Wal- Icn. John Wallcn. Karl Wallen ,"' ,, ,. -. , , ,. , ,! Illr;:|1 -; v tl'f »2 -'CHOI'S were .h,o l.anc.v. Johnny Kelley, and _-!_£'. 1 J1V- '· "' ··'"'Pcttir oflKiio:;^ of the junior class at t h c - l ' a i i l Hohaimon. i-r\- t H E'\F AIR.M E 's F R I E N D ' INSECT KILLER J5% COHCfNTMTt -- UST TO MR ECONOMKAl I QUART MAKES UP TO M GAUONS W SHUT I USE ACC080ING TO DIDtCIIONS fO« fOUlUT HVinOCfc r t)OCS. HU5, 5HUU8S. OAHOENS AHO l/Mt MHUMMOl J · Great Books Oroup The Great Books Group will . of Gravcttc.' . ; meet Monday at 6:30 p. m. with | Mrs. Lee Middleton is in Little' I ; Mattie Cal Maxtod. M a s k o 1 1 ; n ° c ' : ! , Heights. A pot luck supper will be i ' | . served. A play to be lead will be i i brought by Mrs. Fairchild. . fnr a " extended visit with " i: -''' 0 - Mrs - Brfs Pilro Thorn. '- "" ''"· ''' D icltls - '''" "' Mr. and Mrs. A P. Cloplon nf I Van Bui en loft Wednesday a f t e r i visiting here with their son and · , daufihtcr-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. A! ·'Clooton. and family. The Rev. John G. Leilch of Si- Yes, only $1.09 puts this new 1952 SERVEL in your own kitchen When you use it under actual everyday operating conditions vou'll find there s no refrigerator that compares with SERVEL for style' convenience, and silent, trouble-free performance. Let 115 put a new SERVEL in your home and poo fnr vonrsrlf' LFT SERVEL PROVE JTS SUPERIORITY IN YOUR HOME TODAY. All you do is drop in -- or phone UK -- tell us lo deliver a .SERVEL to your home. One small dollar lots you have llns new kind of refrigerator c n r.D 0 ^L-, OWn k l t c h c n l Yn " T|1 scc for yourself the wonders of the new bbKVfcL -- the no-movinR-parls refrigerator with the PERMACOLD freezing system t h a t has nothing to wear, stavs permanently silent bee for yourself if SERVEL doesn't convince you it's superior to any other refrigerator. WORLD'S FINEST AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING Frozen food locker temperatures actually LOWERED while defrosting. YOU GET SERVEL'S OF SUPERIORITY SIMPLE Yes, simple! No movinp parts in the ftmru- ing freezing system means -- nolhiiiK to woar LIMITED TIME ONLY After this 10 day trial offer, if you desire to return the Servel, your $1.00 payment will be refunded. PLUS: SERVEL'S GREAT COMBINATION OF INTERIOR FEATURES! /BUTTER CONDITIONER! Really koeps butter at ·conomical tprw^W ·osy lBmperatur«E ODDS ENDS BASKET! Noat, handy cakh-all for small ittmi that a«| lotl and torgotlon! /DEW-ACTION FRESHENERS! Wid», deep fruit and vegelabl* drowtrt--Jk*^ that natural frvihnett in foodi! /ADJUSTABLE SHELVES! For any dvtirtd inlvriof arransamlnll Vaur xjic. of INTERIOR COLOR DECORATION kid Blot . Sunlrosl Green · lutninoui Cold Come in-- Today! SEE YOUR SERVEL DEALER ARKANSAS WESTERN OMPANY "Helping Build North and West Arkansas''

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