Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 28, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
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.rsonals Uoy Stockburger and Perry 'iven, servicemen with the Ar- .ansas Western Gas Company, arc Attending the seventh annual Gas, Appliance Short Course, being conducted at the University o£ Tulsa, Tulsa, Okla. Jbituory A. W. Grtgg complete. Alonte Bryant Streud NO«T»«WBT ARKANSAS IIMiS fayeHe ivillt. / J. H. Hawn has just returned from an extended trip to New Orleans, La., where he visited his daughter, Mrs. Gordon Perdue, Corpus Christi, San Antonio and San Marcus, Texas, and to Paul's Valley, Okla. Mrs. Perdue accompanied her father on the return trip. John S. Spinks, seaman apprentice, USN, of Fayetteville, has returned to the United States aboard the radar picket destroyer, USS Hanson, after serving eight months in the Far East and Korean areas. Leo C. Yates, son of Mrs. Edith Yates of Fayetteville, was graduated yesterday as a second lieutenant from the Engineer Officer Candidate School, Fort Belvoir, Va. He is married to the former Doris Ann Broyles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Broyles. Planning to attend the Junior State Bankers Convention in Little Rock, beginning tomorrow night, are the Allen Dov.-ells, Everett Skeltons, George L. Dock- erys, and the George Holcombes from the First National Bank, and the Wilmer Smiths, J. M. Jackmans and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harris, of the Mcllroy Bank. Attending the Arkansas State Senior Bankers Convention in Hot Springs, are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lev.'is and Mr. and Mrs. E l l i s Shelton, of the First National Bank, and Jim Kays of the Mc- llroy Bank. All are expected to return tonight. A. W. Gregg. 65, brother of Miss . Mildred Cregf of Fayelteville and ' son of the late Dr. A. S. Gregg | died Monday nisht at his home in i Charleston, W. Va., where he was ' an engineer with the DuPont i u ",t, ""?u Aluminum plant. ' Drolnor . the m i, : ,,. L.. oirciun, in He was a native of Favettevillc i ?° m c r c a n t i l e business, afd had and attended the local schools be ' n u ' lth lhe f i r m si ' K '° t h a t timc ' fore entering the University i L "' as a mcmbcr of lhe Rogers , where he was graduated from' the i H Education for 27 years. I College of Engineering. He h a d 1 n » m TM bCr °' ^ °" Kim} been a resident of Charleston for i Bers Mcmorial Hospital B.iard. approximately 30 years He was a iS Wa! a " rlrl{%r in the First member of the First Presbyteriin ' L n n s t l a n Church for many years Church. ' : anci " atl long been active in He is survived by his wife Mrs ch , U / cl ! :itfai '' s A. W. Gross of 'Charleston' one ' - - S SU - mved by one sistor daughter, Mrs. Mildred Cooper of Charleston; three sons, Paul Grege ; of Charleston, and Robert and I Nelson Gregg, both nf Philadelphia, Pa.; and six grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are in- nephews including Mrs. W. n. Morgan of Rogers. Funeral arrangements under the direction of the rinrns Funeral Home are incomplete. Mo-/ It, 1753. Roge/s-.USpeualj-Alon/o Brvant j Stroud, 84. manager of the H. L. I Stroufl Mercantile Store for 61 I years, died last night at his home ' here. He was n native of Poa ! Mr - 'do May Elizabeth Sebourn Ridge, anj frss cdiu-iited at the old i Pea Hidge Academy. I He came here at 16 to join his troud -s. Eula Cope of Oklahoma City! ;la., and several nieces and Funeral services for Mrs. Ich May Elizabeth Sebourn, who dierl Sunday morning, were linld tills afternoon at 2 o'clock at the f a m - ily residence at 111. tia.vhir bv the Rev. Dewitt Smith. H u r i a l was in the Ml. Gaylor cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral . Home. i Pallbearers were K. A. Bellis, ' Sr.. Dr. Mack B u r m h e i n . \v. 1,. ! Hiidslanil. Harold n u n c a n . Ban ; Kostii-k, :IIH| I,. M. Krancis. ! Bring Own Potatoes, ! Customers Advised ; Oincinmiti-i.-Ti-It'.* tnuRh tn cct | poultries in Cincinnati, tun. One , downtown rr t:iur:int ^t^ll·k 11 si"M tomors to liri R in t h e i r nwn spuds and the rest: i r a n t wnuld prepare them to i t h t h r i r meal. Pon'l Suffer Another Minuttt Whit .ever your sWn trouble mij hf. Head to foot. Safe for children. S A L V E and SOAP Sold in F«ye«.Till« br Quak.r H-cketU. ud,T Drug Slorei; or your hometown drugghl. WONDER CHICK SPECIAL 8c each HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery P. O. B*x 153 or Te1e|ih«ne 312* FflMtttvllte, ArkansM Come Hear Mrs. Edith Coger-Eddy Local Saleslady Personal Testimony Wed. Nigh!, May 28 8:00 C A L V A R Y Baptist Church West Maple Sf. Announcements The Johnson P.T.A. will have a supper tomorrow night at 6 o'clock in the school cafeteria. Proceeds will be used to purchase a now curtain. PENNEYS! SAVE ON WEEK-END NEEDSI EXTRA SPECIAL! EYELET-TRIMMED j COTTON SLIPS · COOL! CRISP! 1 J · FULL CUT! PERFECT! I I · SIZES 34 TO 44! X a l Year 'Round Garden Club The Year 'Round Garden Club U'ill meet at the home of Mrs. R. G. Woodruff, 510 Prospect Street, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Christ's Church Evangelistic Service The West Fork Assembly Har- monaires will sing at Christ's Church in their Friday night evangelistic service. Fred HucM- . bury will preach. The quartet con- [ sists of Vol Davis, leader. Earl Walker, tenor, Oneita Walker, alto, Joe Cantreil, bass, and J. W. Walker pianist. Births 1 Mr. and Mr:. A. J. Lane , Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lane of Fay- i etteville announce the birth of a ' son. May 27, at the City Hos: pital. i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Norman Burge . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Norman j Burge of Fayetteville a n n o u n c e ' the birth of a daughter, Mav 28, I at the County Hospital. i Shipley Uses $2 Bills To Pay Bakery Workers The W. G. Shipley Baking Company is using new S2 bills in paying employes this week. New ?1 bills were used last week. The payment in these bills is to demonstrate the large payroll of the company in Fayettevill" SWETPRUF Work clothes cut to f e e l good on you, tailored to look os good os they (eel! Select matched pants and shirts for the job you do. The unexcelled quality is in POOL'S superior workmanship. Try a new suit today. Snlrtt $2.69 Pant* 2.89 $"· . . . . ^58 HAHPTON'S ARMY 5UMUS STORE 311 W. Dickten NORMAN FURNITURE CO/S 15th Anniversary Sale OFFERS GREAT SAVINGS ON FINE FURNITURE KROEHLER SOFA and CHAIR AS ILLUSTRATED Now OnK $ 189 5 0 w °°' Frieze Covers m. ^ :.·· · · · . j..- - ££. Mony Other Styles To Choose From EXTRA LIBERAL TRADE-IN OFFER FOR YOUR OID sum EXTRA LIBERAL MIHUL IR WITCH DUR|NG TH|J m BEITER GRADE BEDROOM SUITES AT SALE PRICES MODERN GROUP With PANEL BED, CHEST and DOUBLE BED or VANITY and BENCH Shesrs-- Sheers- Sheers-- · prints-- · plains -. . . call sorts of smart new COTTONS! Junior Sizes-- · Misses Sizes-- · Half Sizes-- Cottons Quality Construction '138' 5 Limed Oak or Walnut Special Group 4-Pc. Bedroom Suites Valuej to $144.50 Reg, $77.50 ^ ^ j* Shelf Bed, Chest, I I D95 and Double Dresser in New Oak Finish HOHJ6LL I'HE B E ! " K N C W N N A M E I N C H 8 O M E 5-Pc. CHROME DINETTE Exactly As Pictured Table and 4 Chairs 55495 Gray, Red or Yellow Shop This Sale For Many Other Special Values OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT till 8 CLOSED FRIDAY, MAY 30 FOR MEMORIAL DAY NORMAN FURNITURE CO. 124 Mill Street SPRINGDALE, ARK. Silky-smooth cotton broadclotl with more-money details ]jkt "ppJique, lavith em- Iiroidcry, contrast trim* . . . i« n « v y , v i v i d toned, pa.ttlt! Woven gingham, and in dcrp-tonrd or p««lel or tlrippH. Sanforiiedt. junior iize«.

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