Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 4, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
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nning Committee . sets At Carr Home Springdale-tSpecian-The Planning Committee for the art and rmft workshop for children hold « dinner meeting last nijjht in thp bom* of Dr. and Mrs. L. J. Carr in Westwood Adriition. The workshop, for children aged six to 18, will bp sponsored by the Council of Ozark Artists and Craftsmen beginning July 5. The supper was served buffet style on an enclosed porrh. Committee members were sealed a quartet tables grouped untl r trees on the lawn. Lighted candles were placed nn each table. Assisting the hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kennedy and Mrs Pat Tvey of Rogers; Mrs. Alice Thornton, Siloam Springs; A. .1. Solherg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scholl and Mrs. B. B. Brogdon, Springdale. Personals Mrs. Robert Geoffrey and daughter, Anne, are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Gordon. They are en route from Topeka, Kan., to Vicksburg. Miss., where they will join Mr. Geoffroy snd make their home. MMT^WEST AMCANiM TIMB, FoyttMvill*, ArkonMB. Wodmtoy, J un , , , 952 Mrs. Robert o. Smith and children left Friday to make their home in Columbus, Ohio, with her sister, Mrs. George Harmon. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Algers of Detroit, .Mich., flew to Fayetteville, and accompanied Mrs. Smith on t h e . trip. · j . Mrs. Herbert Walsh of Reeder, N. D., who has spent the past , month with her parents, Mr. and ; Mrs. C. W. Harrington in Dallas. Texas, arrived here Saturday to j visit her sister, Mrs. M. L. Price, ! .accompanied by another sister, Miss Alice Harrington nf Dallas, j Mrs. Walsh left yesterday tn ret u r n home. Miss Harrington will ..remain here for a few days before returning 1 to Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mnrrow Wilson and Iheir three sons left yesterday for three weeks in the Fast. Mrs. Wilson and ?nns plan tn spend a two week vacation at the · farm near Putney. Vermont. Mr. Wilson will spend ]fl days in New York as guest of Harper and. Brothers, Publishers, and K e n n e t h H. ·Redmond, newly elected president of the United Fruit Company. In Boston the Wilsons will be guests of the deans of the Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health. Mr. Wilson will complete plans for the reopening of "Acres of Sky." July 4, as a preliminary feature of the Berk. shire Music Festival. Dr. and Mrs. John fyler Caldwell of Montevallo. Ala., are visi- ,, tors in Fayetteville where Dr. Caldwell, newly-elected president of the UnVersity, will make the commencement address Saturday night. They are guests in Hot- combe Hall. The Cleveland Browns in the NFL will complete their schedule on NOV. 23. LOVE MAKES ROOM FOR ONE -MORE--"Bi ing her home, there's always room for one more " is what Chicago attorney Charles A. Boyle, right, father of six, heard when he asked his wife if he could bring home an orphaned five-year-old girl. Boyle is seen as he received approved adoption papers from Judge Jarecki, left. Boyle's wife, Helen, is at left of group of children and Lorna Irene is front, center. The Boyle children arc: Michael, 3; Larry, 2; Tom, 8; Hose,'6; Mary, 9, and Patrick, HL_ Food Ceilings Up NAMK HOODLUMS AS TAX DEBTORS Obituary Former Legislator, A. D. Dulaney, Dies Ash'Inu'M, Ark.-'.-Vi-A. H. Hu- · l.'ifiPv. 7-1, fnnnpr M;I!P')!'. ' prnipcutin^ rilto:my ;iml *\-,[\c in- suranrp rnnimissmncr, dirri *t his' hnmp here InM ni^M. I'ulnncv. a native nf Sovior ('mum. ri'iKc- sfntprj l,itUP Hivrr Couniv n, !hf fienfral AsypmWy .ind srr\ cd ;m ! prnsrruting altorncy of the- Nm'h ' District. | mjssionrr in .remain::n: in ' t h a t pn^inon until 19."U Hr retired in If'i') as e x e c u t i v e a^.'-iM- j HP vv.ij; .1 g r a d u a t e of th" f ' m - : v e i s i t v of Ark.'iMs:)i ;tnd jir.'ii'li'-ed ' l a w herr- fnr several je;irs. Surviving are the widow ami one daughter. Barbara Lynn Brown Funei nl services fur Barbara I.ynn Brown, ninn, who dird Suii. day. wore conducted yesierd;iv afternoon in the Walson Mortufirv by the Rev. D. L. Dykes. Jr. Burial was in Fairveiw remelcry. Pallbearers were John K,,i: ··!. James Stnhhlefirld. Wayne Smith. Clenrge Alfred Brown. Rnlpii Cooper, and Jimmie Rimvn. *ix daughter?: and onp son. Dr. C. C. Winter* M;i.;nr;M. Ark - -l v - Mr. died y^rdrty ^--- ^ , tffl ,, H fl p,,^^,, and ...^ ^ 5.^,.,.* at . W,m..r.r|-. h ,M i.r;,..M^ri h-, l ' r " '*,' · T"/^^. ,,. '' rm-i fnrnir-r ;r f-Klorv of ih,- AinmiMn Mri. Las K»«nor COMC hnmn h e r e \ i*s»prday. ,. J."'' 0 ''',.' ' ' *'''*'' "?'' l ^' r Dr. E. B. Wimberly ') f ;^ Ii1[ ' |1 ;»"^.^^'. ^ Knit Smith. A i k -..-T'-Dr F. IV l.iir R*.'-. ..'),,] Mi, V'|.' lw In thr Louis Gay Stockford PRICE CEILINGS on many fond iteinn arp hoing raised to increase profit marpins of nation's food dcnlrrs. Price Stabilizer Ellis Arnall tolls the House banking committee in urging extension of ririce controls. (International! Power Lawn Mowers FOR RENT OR SALE S U T T L E ' ESSO STATION Cor. W. Mountain School Sit. PHONE 12 ! Funeral services fnr I.miis Hay j Stockford, 5-1. whn dind ynytnrrlay I morning at his hotne fn!lowinE ;m I illness of six months, wilt be linirj tomorrow moiTiing at If) o'clock in the chapel of Netpon's Home by the Rev. John Avhrll. j Burial will be in the Kvcrgrcrn cemetery with Masonic gravities. Among survivor* are JIK wife, Mrs. Ha7.r-I Slockford of thr home; Come In and Let Us Gel Your Measurements Two Weeks' Delivery ANY SIZE, ANY SHAPE FOOT AND THEY WILL FIT Cool, Comfortable, Exact Fit CUSTOM MADE BAREFOOT SANDALS \\"e G/fc S wd H Greet/ Sleir/rfjs Made Especially For Your Feel Only at laner Bros. Shoe Slore RED GREEN BROWN WHITE LANER BROS: SHOE STORE South Side Square cr Jake (Greasy Thumb) Glirik Ral\h (BotllM) Capnni ; SENATOR JOHN J. WILLIAMS (R). Delaware, the man who utartod the icurrent tax invcsti|ationB, charges that two Chicago underworld char- peters OWG big money in taxes and have for.years. Williams names JJake Guzik, former Capone henchman, as having been permitted te. .·settle an 5802,000 tax claim for about JIOO.OOO, and Ralph Capons ; brother of the late Scarfaee Al. tu owing S92.9H in taxes and penalties Jon 1022-28 income. Both named gents are shown when they npprared ^before the Kcfauver crime committee. /International^ OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 P.M. PHONE 21 PHONE 21 Open Saturday Nights Unti! 8 P.M. MUSCLE MAN--Dale Thomas takes neck-strengthening exercises keeping in shape- tor the Olympic Games at Helsinki this Summer. The husky Michigan State wrestler will rep. resent the United Stales in the ; ^jgUggund division. (NBA)'- Guisinger's Announce New Piano Rent-or-Buy Plan 73 Note Gulbransen Piano Henh for $8.00 Monthly 88 Note Wurlitzer Piano Renh for $10.00 Monthly (Plui nominal delir.ty 73-Note Gglbrnnsen ttTf chnrgn.) Varsity Minuet Spinet. . j t l j Rent up to six months. If you decide lo buy, we will moke full allowance of rent and delivery charge on the purchase price. If you need a Piano in your homo, como to Guisinrjer Music House, one nf Arkansas' oldest and largest music itores. Established 1905. Mail This Coupon mm *.^ immmmim Guiiin^er Music House Fay»tt«vill«, Ark. Ptea.rr- sr-nrl litor.iluro on new pi.mos with information on your ront or buy plan. My (Jama . . My Addrin REGULAR S.49 TUBULAR STEEL CHAIR SALE-PRICED Goyco/ors4.47 Buy several tig. 3.49 »xt« Rust-proof heavy-gouge iteel frome, coated wild wealher-reiiitanl fnomrl. Use on porch or in yord--comforlnnli" for lunninn, lillino, reading. All edges hnv« smooth turned-in seami to ovoid snagging clothing. Chair or rocker at same low prict. SHOP WARDS FOR A FULL LINE OF SUMMER FURNITURE Gifts for June Brides--All Under $ 5 YOUR CHOICE YOUR CHOICE 2.95 Each Keg. to 5.69 4.75 Colorful Pyrex for oven, table, refrigerator use. (A) 4-Bowl Set. Pint bowl in blue, 1 '/ 4 . q t. ;,, red( 21/4-qt. in green, 4-qt. in yellow-white interiors.' (8) 4-Pc. Refrigerator Set. I '/ 2 . C up to 1 '/j-qf. containers in yellow, blue, red-each with clear lid. ffj 6-cup Percolator for coffee, other hot or iced beverages. Also cooks corn on the cob, asparagus. pj Special Reg. 2.95 Hostess Set. 1 '/,.qf. ca ,. lor*le, 4 ramekins--for oven, table use.... 2.25 Each "Modern" gifts to please fhe ration-minded bride;' E 4.95 Plastic Bread Box. Holds 3 loaves bread,' pastries. Red with white lid. 15x1 Ix7%-in. high.' 0 4.95 "Accent". 20-pc. set for 4. New rimlesi shapes in modern gray, charf r .m. ; brov/n, green. © 5.69 Stainless Steel Bowl Set. %, 1'/,, 3%.qf. sizes. Won't rust, chip or d««t. Mirror-polWied. \ (H) 5.25 Stainless Steel Flatware. 24-pc. "Derk" »«t for o.'Mirror.finished-flevw ASK ABOUT WARDS MONTHLY PAYMENT PUN

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