Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 26, 1952 · Page 9
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June 26, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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bituary j, Rtv. Mn. Jnit Hodwll ! funeral services for the Rrv. . Josie Hadsell, 74, who died M-O-N-Y flew ·fltri (Mnerai ACCIDENT and SICKNESS INSURANCE : ' i:: lit mi givi you Hif dttaili. "SEE GEORGE" McKinney Agency Jt« Mcllroy Bank. Phon« 321 MUTUAL 0 F NEW YORK flit Mrinl Ufi hiiniHi Ct. il Hew Titt I Tutsdty in th» Ko«trs Mtroorlil · Hospital, will be conducted at 4 . p. m. Friday at the Union Stir : cemetery near West Fork hv the ; Rev. .John M. Asbell. The Rev. Mrs. Josie Hadsel! was an ordsin- ert m i n i s t e r in the First Christian Church. She lived most nf her l i f e in the West Kork community r.nd served in pastorates there. She was the d a u g h t e r of the late j John and Laura I.ucss. i She is survived hv her brother | J. Claude Lucas of Quincy. 111.; six i nieces; one nephew; one great i NOiTMWBt .^KANSAS TtMM. thun^y, JIM Dl*tfe. Buriil will b* in the Unibn Stir cemetery under the dirictwn of Nelson's Funeral Home. HCAVT MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery r. e. ·« m m JM*ph Ouy Joseph Guy Scott, 45. brother of County Clerk Roy Scott of Fayetteville. Hied yesterday afternoon at the V.'ishinfton County Hospital when h* his been a patient for several weeks. A former resident here, he ha* lived in Mansfield. Ohio, where he was employed by the Dominion Electric Appliance Company. He has been away from here for about 17 years. He was the son of Robert R. and Sarah Williams Scott. He. was a member of the Owls Club and the Congregational Church. In addition to his brother, he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Fred Karsten of rayetteville, ind Mrs. Aubrey McDiniils o( Fort Royal, Va.; a half brother, Robert B. Scott: and three half sisters, Mrs. G. W. Williams, Mrs. Ora Harris and Mrs. Ida Tucker, all of California, and several nieces and nephew?. Funeril services will be conducted Friday at 10 a. m.. at the Witwn M»rtu*ry by tkf Xtv. D. L. Dykes, Jr., and the Rev. j. w. Butler. Jr. Buriil will be in Fairview eemettrv. John Shreve. (W, died this morning at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Sula Marie Ward of Fayettr- ville.. He had returned recently from California, where he had visited. He was born in 1884 near Farminijton, and for many years was an employe of Stark's N u r - sery. He was the son of Samuel P. and Martha Shreve. In addition to Mn. Ward, he is sur-ived by another daughter, Mrs. Nola May Briscn of Valejo. Calif.; one son, Sgt. Roy G. Shreve. \vith ihr Army overseas; live grandchildren; two brothers. W. L. Shreve of Farmington and F. A. Shreve of Lincoln. Funeral arrangements, in charge of Nelson's Funeral Home, are incomplete pending the arrival of the daughter who is en route here from California. 10. «ft«r lufftriof I hurt ttUck pile*; tod John Jttt. eighth place. I at her home in Korvilk. Cillf. All of the winners received m e r - ' ' F u n e r a l services were held Mon- chandise prizes donated hv M o n t - ' dsy w i t h burial at Norwalk ! gnmorv-Warrl. They r a n c M f r o m 1 I Mrs. Ferguson is ' - i r v i v e d h y ; the fir-.l place h n v c l e t h r o u g h n l ; h e r husband. W. T. Ferguson; two ri.«tini: rod to hike I-PA covers. riaushters, Mrs. Clara Rulgcr o f ; =^--^-. TT^. .· ^ t -- -- _~^^^--~ Brentwood. and Mrs. P a u l i n e | V a r c r o f t i of Hriwthome. C a l i f . ; ! three son. 1 . Albert Fercuson of Bal- itirr.nre. Mri., Clarence of Bell-1 ! flower, Calif., and Cpl. Gene Fer- BLACKBERRIES ARE HERE! Mn. lulo Firguion Mrs. Lula Ferguson, former Fayettrville resident, died June j Bicycle Salely Panto jPriies Are Awards ' John Stamps won fii'Ft placf : (his morning in the a n n u a l bicycle j safety parade sponsored by Montgomery-Ward, the Chamber o( Commerce and the Timss. Firs ! prize was a new bicycle. Othr 1 winners in the contest staged s 0:30 in front of Montfomery-Wa , were: | Ernest Rorden, second place -Trrry C. Stamps, third plact; Tom my Shisher. fourth place; Mik Meixtrell. f i f t h place; David Rose s i x t h p!arr; Bnire Allison, wvsnt] Here's Always GOOD MEASURE cnecir QUALITY Stuffed Olives Thrown Pack 2 Bottles 35c Miracle Whip 'quart 45c Wheaties Family Size Pkg. , Coupon in Each .Pqckage Good for Frostee ;| «MtaB^^_MMMM^_«, ,Marshmallows 2 pkgs. 29c Pork Beans ' 2Vi Con 2 for 33c Northern Paper Napkins ·Pkg. 121/2C Swonsdown Instant Cake Mixes White or Chocolate .2 for 75c Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper, All Soft Drinks, ctn. . . 19c Plus Deposit Sno Crop Limeade or = Lemonade, can . . 19c Keep Cool -- Less Work Shop Our Delicatessen Items P'tato Salad, Ib49c It's good, too!!! Pimento Cheese Spread 8-oz. Pkg. 39c Cole Slaw, Ib. 49c Swift's ICE CREAM Swift's Brookfield '/ 2 Gal. (J9' Link S'sage, Ib 59c An Easy, Cool Breakfast How About n Delicious Lego'Lamb, Ib98c Ft"esh Green Roasting Ear Corn, 3 ears . . lOc Yellow Summer Squash, Ib lOc Persian Limes, 3 for . . . lOc Use 'em instead of Lemons -- they're cheaper Great Big Sugar Ripe MELONS 2 for 39c Thompson Seedless Grapes A Must for Cool Refreshing Salad U. S. Choice Round Steak . . . Ib. 98c Make No Mistake -- This Is Real Aged Grain Fed Beef Ground Beef . . . Ib. 59c DAIRY DEPARTMENT Enjoy Cool Summer Salads Made from Panon ' s Cottage Cheese, pkg. 19c Kraft Velveeta Cheese, 2-lb loaf 79c Philadelphia Cream Cheese, pkg. 2 for 35c BiSCUit MAKE JAM AND JELLY WITH SURE-JELL* PECTIN TODAYI Kroger Juices BLENDED GRAMfWIIT 46 ox 69 59 Kroger Milk qualify wh.l, «·· Vi» 0min -, D ,, conftnt increawd 3-41 Pet Milk Preserves EinbaMy I rand, CH«rry, Apricot, Grape. Eatmore Potatoes SHver Dust JUS* Cryitil Whii. SOAP Pilmollve Soap Y E L PibnoHve Soap 2^23* S U R F

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