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June 11, 1952

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MUKirWBT ARKANSAS 1MMS, ', turn If, Lions' Ladies Night Held At Uark Bowl New officers were installed at j the annual Ladies Night dinner I session of the Fayctteville I.ions Club last night at the Uark Bowl. Former Chancellor Lee Seams»er spoke to the gatnering on public improvements in Fayetteville President Fred Stevenson was presiding chairman, with Hugh Kincaid leading group ringing of "America." The Rev. Edward Brubaker gave the invocation, and A. D.. McAllister, Jr., was master of ceremonies. Virgil T. Blossom installed the new officers, who arc: President, W. C. Morton. Jr. Fred Stevenson, first vie; president; Heydon Lewis, second vice president; Ted R. Wylie, third vice president; Clarence H. Yoimg, secretary-treasurer; Harold Clinc- hens, Lion tamer; Wallic Ingalls and Herbert Lewis, Jr., tail twisters. Four men became members of the Board of Govcrnors-^Dr. C. G. Melton, Warren GifCord, George Berryman and Roy Adams. Missionary To Speak Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan oh Rt-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. Clifton Lumber Co. MttiM 27. W«t Fork, Ark. turned to tile States for her first furlough, which will be spent largely in deputation work. A native of Arkansas, Miss Bevill received the Th.B. Degree from Bethany-Peniel C o l l e g e , Bethany, Okls., and took sddtional ·.vork at Columbia University. In South Africa Miss Bevill Centered her work around the Transveal and Swaziland areas, where she was active as a teacher, principal, Obituary Mrs. Katharine Brush, Writer, Dies At 49 New York-(fl*)-Mrs. Katharine- Brush, 49, novelist and shun and Sunday School worker, im- ! story writer, died yesterday at bt. mediately preceding her furlough, j I.»uke's Hospital after an illness she was superintendent of the Nazarene main station school at Acornhoek; Transvaal; high school teacher; Sunday-school supcrin- j tendent; and matron of the girls' dormitory. Miss Bevill is now in a tour of the Churches of The Nazarene in Rally Opens Here At Nazarene Church The public is. cordially invited to a mission rally Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock in the local Church Of The Nazarene, located at 221 South Locust Street. Miss Dorothy Bevill returned missionary from Africa will be the special speaker. Mrs. Louise Cordell, the missionary president of the Ozark zone of the Church Of The Naz- arcncs states that all the Nazarene churches in Northwest Arkansas »ill be represented at this rally. , Having served as a missionary j for the Church Of The Nazarene in South Africa since 1944, Miss Dorothy Bevill has recently re- several months. Her best-known books were "Young Man of Manhattan," published in 1930, ;mri "Red-Headed Woman," 1831. Both were made into movies. Her novels were widely popular in the 1930's. Mrs. Brush at one time wa.-, 3 movie columnist for the Boston Arkansas, and will be speaking at | Traveler. At the age of 18 she the Lincoln Church Of The Nazarene Saturdaj'. Sloan-Hartwell Marriage Announced Hindsville - (Special) - Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ledbetter of Hsrtwcll have announced the marriage of their daughter, Jcanie to Sgt. Elgin E. Sloan. The wedding vows were exchanged in the First Methodist Church in Madera, Calif., on May 7. The bride is a graduate of the State Vocational School at Huntsvillc and attended Arkansas Tech at Russellville. She has taught school in California the nast three years and was formerly bookkeeper of the Valley Bank in Hindsville. About 30 million neonle visited the U. S. national Torn^c for recreational purposes in 1951. 4 was married to Thomas Stewart Brusli, owner of newspapers in , Ohio. Her marriage to Brush ended in I divorce in 1929 and the same year | she married H u b e r t Charles Wlnans. The couple' announced that it would be a "trial marriage'' and they maintained sepan.te apartments at first. They were divorced in 1941. George Washington Davit, Tommy Georg* Davis Funeral services for .George Washington Davis, 51, and his son, Tommy George Davis, 26, former Madison County residents who were killed in an automobile accident near Quinter, Kan., June 1, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Friday in Moore's Funeral Chapel by the Rev. John Asbell. Burial will be in the Whitehousc cemetery. Auxiliary Entertains V. F. W. Post At Party The Jack Tidball A u x i l i a r y of the Veterans of Foreign Wars entertained members of the Posl and other guests last nlBht with ;i pot); luck supper, followed by a social hour. The invocation was given by John S. Harold and piano compositions were played by Mrs. Glennle B. Chambers. Claude Chambers presented trombone numbers and Carl Marcum sar.g. Games were played undor the direction of Mrs. Melvnda Stanley and Mrs. Helen Blackwcll* a f ter which a kangaroo court was held with J. C. Smith acting as judge. Hubert Burch acted as prosecutor. Mrs. Nora Mae Warti is president of the A u x i l i a r y and Harvey Ward, commander of the Post. j gursls of Miss Mary Ixnl Davlrs ; this wr-rkrnd while rn route to I their home at Tyler, Texas. i Pfc. M u r l Gilbert. L'SMC, of iSprinsd.ile, is sen-UK at the ' N a v a l Station. Kwajnk'in in t h e ; Mnrshnll Islands, w h e r e planes a t e refueled en route across the Pa- .i-ifir. Announcements · H«»llh I'nlt Clinic Mar , Joncsboro, Ark.-(;P) - Secretary , of the Treasury John Snyder, a j native of Jonesboro. hat been In- ited to speak at dedication cere- · · ...,* *·.· ai.ii.nn. O L UEUIlfllK Because of ihe abjcn. e of Mi- mnniw for a new M00,000 annex laria Piak. the Health Unit Clinic · · i St. Bernard's hospital here July will nol be held Saturday morn- 2. Mr. ami Mrs. A~mire W Grebe.!*"TM" l ''" llc arc visiting in Ihc liomc o( their j Th1 Allrius nirnir will br hPlrl nephew and nioro, Mr. am! Mrs. Momorrnw evening at 7 o'clock at R Kohn. Rnutc 7. Mr. Grebe who ' lns hnmr nf Mrs. Mabel January, is a u n l i v e of Sulphur City, j, i 503 Forrest^ ^ ^ _ makinR his first visit in 40 vc-irv ' *~" ---- I Clark Vlilta Hirohllo Mrs. Carie D. ntirkley. Jr. anri I Tok.vo-lfl'i-Grn. Mark Clark, son of U t l l c Hnck are- v i s i t i n g her | commander of U. S. forvos in Ja- parcnls. Mr. and Mrs Fat .Inhn- ! pan, today paid hi. first palace : son on Gnshrn Hoad. They will he i visit to Emperor Hirohito. joined Friday hv Mr Buckley, who · -- - * - ---is in Medical School. | *,,, ,, wltk tit. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Cy Carney, Sr., are expected to return today from Little Rock, where they attended a state meeting of butane dealers. Judy Znnders. Bryan Walker and Allen Reauchamp left Monday I for Camp Vales, the Presbyterian i Westminster Fellowship camp, j Bonanza, Ark. ! j lh« TIMES ««tlT. ntc, Miss Marsha Strickland, daujjh- | ler of Mr. and Mrs. E. If. strick- ] land, left Sunday for Dallas, to ' visit her friend, Miss Susie Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Feathers and children, John and Rose Ann, of Demopolis, Ala., are guests of Mr. Feathers' mother, Mrs. John Feathers and his brother Dr. Tom Feathers. Thursday-Friday-Saturday Only Save Dollars on Bafiste Gown These Items All First Quality (j By Nationally \ Known Makers Reg. 3.98 1.99 So lovely 8 gown for so little! See how beautifully it fits! You'll want several of these cool Batiste g o w n s. Carefully cut for comfort by a famous maker. Sizes 32-44. \ Batiste Gown Reg. 3.98 1.99 T h i s bcautful. cool and practical gown which is designed to give you the maximum summer romtort, comes in solid and floral patterns. Sizes 32-40. At this price you will want to buy your summer supply. SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! Luxite Panties Three days only. These nationally known panties from our regular 69c line. Specially made to stay set. They wash .and wear wonderfully. Colors pink or white. Sizes 4-5-6-7-8. EXTRA SPECIAL! COMB and BRUSH Set Nylon bri*tlf hnir brush ftnd targe matching comb. Also dfttier tr«y included In «ct. ComM in. Blur, Pink and Cryitil. Made of durable Lucitc. fa Only 1.99 Yes, these arc regular 3.98 slip?. Don't let the price fonl you . . . this slip is topped with eyelet lace with_matchinff *yr!c* hem. Perfect for wear with sundress. Removable s t r a p s . Straight cut to fit best. Sizes 32-44. Nationally Known Brands At Popular Prices . , Methodist ministers of Fayptte- ' villc who are in niylhrvillr* foi t h e ' a n n u a l mooting of thr North Ar! knnsns Conference nf the Method- j ist Chnrrh arc Elmer II. Hook, i William F. Cnnlry. D. L. Dyke*, j Jr., Arnold Simpson, Jor Goble, ' Tom Richardson nnd Worth Gib- I son. SUPER! U T T L E ' S ! ESSO STATION Car. W. Mountain, fc School 8!i. PHONE T2 Power Lawn Mower* FOR RENT OR SALE John McKown Springdale-(Special)-,Iohn McKown, 70, retired school teacher, died last night at 8:03 o'clock in his home at 406 North Main Street here. He was born May 22, 1882. in Plaltsburif, Mo., the son of Mr. and Mrs. James McKown. | He came here in 1939 from i Maude, Okla., where he had ; taught school. He lived on a farm north of here until moving into Springdale recently. He was a member of the First Methodist Church here. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dollie Willows McKown; two sons, Elmo McKown, Springdale, and! Billy Joe McKown, Tulsa, Okla.; i four daughters, May M a e O l a C l i f - j ton, West Memphis, Ark., Mrs. i Cora Mae Simpson, Springdale, Mrs. Clarence Zeddely, Tulsa, and Mrs. Sally Mozelle Phillips, Yokohama, Japan; three brothers, Jack McKown and Spencer McKown,! both of St. Joseph, Mo., and Clif- j ford McKown of Maude, Okla.; ! one sister, Mrs. Effie Ball, Bak- ! ersfielct. Calif.; nine grandchil-i drcn and one great-grandchildren. Mrs. Bill Kenyon and daughter. Gaile, of Amarillo, Texas, are guests in the home of their aunt. Mrs. R. C. Murphy, 218 North Block Street. Carl Ellis left Sunday for St. Louis. Mo., where he has accepled a position wit hthe Ralston-Purina Company for the summer. Mrs. Marion Evans and daughter, Sharon, of Dallas. Texas, arrived yesterday and arc gunsts of Mrs. Evans 1 sister, Mrs. E. W. Dozier. Mrs. Luther Kay and daughter, Sally, and son, Francis, who have been on a trip to Virginia, will be Day Appointed U. A. Chemistry Instructor The appointment of James Mcikle Day as instructor of chemistry at the University has been announced by Dean G. D. Nichols of the College of Arts and Sciences. Day will carry on research while Inking graduate work toward a doctor's degree. He was a i graduate assistant at the Univer- | ,isty this past academic year. Coarse rock salt Is used In refrigeration plants to make ice. Don't Don't Dare To Buy Any Jewelry, Silverware, Hoi Iowa re, Watches or Diamonds . . .! Until you see the Sensational Dramatic News in this paper on Thursday! Froneit Elliott Perkint Springdale - (Special) - Fran- \ cis Elliott Perkins, 81, died last! night at 8:56 o'clock in the Coun- | ty Hospital after a six-weeks ill- i ness. He was born April 8, 1871, j in Pennsylvania, and had operated the Alvin Hotel here for several years with his daughter, i He was a member of the Presby- \ terian Church in Springdale. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Holt, Springdale, and Mrs. H. H. "Scotty" Taylor, Fayetteville; one sister, Mrs. Mary Jones, Quincey, 111.;, six grandchildren and two great- : grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 1:30 p. m. in the .chapel of Callison-Sisco Funeral Home by the Rev. Douglas Brewer of Springdale. Burial will '· be in the Rose Hill cemetery in · Tulsa, Okla. i Martin B. Horn Springdale-(Speclal) - Martin B. Horn. 83, died yesterday at 2:30 p. m. in the Sims Convalescent Home, where he had resided for six months. He was born June 10. 1869, in Virginia, the son of Thomas nnd Sarah Fujatc Horn, and had spent most of his life in the Zion community. Before entering the convalescent home he resided on Route 4, Springdale. He was a member of the Zion Methodist Church. He is survived by one brother, Sam Horn, Springdale; one sister, Mrs. Jane Banks, Whitcner, Ark.; a half-brother, John Horn, Alhamhra, Calif.; a half-sister, Mrs. Will Cooper, Springdale, nnd a step-brother, Estal Cardwell, Buell, Idaho. ] Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 10:30 a. m. at Zion by the Rev. William Sherman. Burial will be in Zion com- ' etery. Pallbearers will be Howard Anderson, Grover Lindley. Jim Powell, Bill Hulsizcr, Dcmps Kowler, and Toy Lindley. Guy B. Weed Funeral services were held yesterday in Kansas City, Mo., for Guy B. Wood. 73, retired vice · president in charge of traffic for ' the Kansas City Southern R a i l - | road. Mr. Wood, a cousin of Roy i Wood of Fayctleville. died Friday after «n illness of 10 da-s. He was j a graduate of the University of : Arkansas and began his career with the railway as a clerk with the Kansas City, Pitlsburg and Ciulf line, forerunner of the South- em. He retired In September, 1949. . Mr. Wood is survived by his wife Mrs. Kale Hurry Wood, formerly of F a y M l e v i l l e ; one daughter, Mrs. I.elia M a n n ; and two grandchildren. WE'RE Pappy Happv at PRICE-PATTON Yes, we're happy because we've got so many nice gifts for your Pappy. You'll find our , r shelves brimming over with sparkling new ideas. Come in early tomorrow. White Open Mesh DRESS SHIRTS by Set him humming! -with the very Tops for Pops I You'll marvel at these classic shirts at such a wonderfully low price . . . and they're sn cool, too . . . wide open to every breer,e. Births Mr, iini Mm. Jnr M. Yo»l Mr. nnd Mm. Jne M. Yost nf ', Prnlric Grove. »nnminc« Ihe hirth nf * dniiRhlrr, June 10, it (he County Hospital. II srup-mtisei in i spM second! fion«r'i"Mn-l"llty«fiiblt: Giv« Old lonwthinj to slnj iboul -somtlhinj stiikin|ly new! A colorful elude bell Ihit icverxi Irom i smut wild cotef to I trim lM-lone. T« belli in OM-IO milch hit llKk iM»!. 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