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July 14, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Auxiliary Entertains VA Hospital Patients MOfTKWKT ARKANSAS TUMI Mrs. Robert D. Parker and chil- H. D. Club Schedule Announced For Week Personals th^lf "* T 'f d V" A U X i " a r y ° f Wash 'nBton County Home Dem- Roy W,,«l returned yesterday me \ eterdns of Foreign Wars of onstralion Clubs will meet this morning from Chicago, ill vher'e Fayetteviile, entertained patients | veck as follows: -..--.-., i... - . ·t the Veterans Hospital, Satur-] Tuesday, Victory, Mrs. A. N. I he attended the Western' Senior I Golf Tournament day night in the Recreation Hall ·f the hospital. Games were played and music was furnished by two patients John Sunday and Billy Lee lien- ion. Those assisting with the party Shivery, 1 p.m., Oalt Orove Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bngart re- ,-..,, . ,, _ ,, , _ I inr. ann Mrs. ton lingart r Church, 11 a.m., Bethel Grove, | turned last night from Snn A Community House, n ~ ' ' ' - · · · - " · - - - Cieek, Morrow, Mor Room, 8 p.m., Homcmakers, Max- | fnends ' _^ inc Mayes, 7:30 p.m. ' ~ noon, Brush toiiio, Texas, ' rrow Lunch i "'sited for the where past they have week v/ith were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fritts, ' Wednesday, Rhea, Community Mri. LUlie M. Courtney, Mrs ' Hollse . 2 P-m., Salem, Community Nora Mae Ward and Mrs Eva A ' | H O U S C a " da . v . M t - Union, Mrs. Putnam. ' ' I Msec Phipps, all ciay; I Thursday, Beaty, B , pm., Braden, Mrs., L. M. Mc[ Goodwin, 7 p.m., Stony Valley, Quick Comfort ferltchfng, burning miiery of Simple Piles »rf* foortynj, ell-rich' Reiinol «C«*««m Lanolin RESIN PL 9 "TM" Glenn E. Mi-Christian, husband of Jo Edlin McChristian of Fay- eltevillc, lias been promoted to _ .....,._, first lieutenant, while serving with Thursday, Bcaty, Bass Kock 2 : " lc 142nd En Sineers in Korea. - - · - - - -. . i McChristian is the son of Mr. and office on the da.v before his death, j Mri. Mtiry Ann Peach** Hi* W 9 ^ nl nnn t i i n o eii(rftnrir 4 r , I dren, Jimmy and Phillip, have ..,, ,,,,,, ,,,. ,,,,,. ,,,,,,. ,,.,.,., returned from La Brunts Resort the Chamber of Commerce in" S i - i on Bay Lake, in Northern Minnc-1 loam Springs. He was a member seta, where they spent two weeks ,,f n,e Rotarv Club the Christia. If. t n l f l c t * nt nr nnj \K ..- 1.' I I . ^ . . - ' « · * , " * . l » l i M m , as guests of Dr. and Mrs. Fred J. Pratt and children, Bobby and Linda. Hobby accompanied the Parkers home for an extended visit. He was at one time secretary t o ' ., , ·· -- - · "· 1-uneral services for Mrs. Mary Ann 1'e.irhee, who died at her home on South Washington K | r t ' t ville a few years ago from Biddle- lir "' 1ion «' K""s-..-.'i fuMraJ Hen ' , Church. Masons. Odd Fell ws.' Thursday, were conducted at 2 p. in. .Saturday ;it the Mount t'oin- Announcements Green Valley Club , Mrs. Mae Lynch, View, Mt. View; Friday, Elm Springs, noon, Valley Mrs. Gid Vernon, 10 .a.m., Apple Blossom, Mrs. Hazel Runquest, i r a.m., Buckner, Community House, 1-30 , , p.m., Sonora, Home Lovers Mrs '^"Bmans G i f l R i t l n r 19 nnnn MOOrO, 31K , , Gid Ritter, 12 noon. merI inu' is andwich liit . Mrs. Lester McChristian, Route eight. Mrs. Lewis Langnam and son?, J'hil and Jim, have returned to their home in North Hollywood, Calif., after two weeks here with Mrs. 's mother, Mrs. Nora , d her sister, Mrs. Henry I. MiJligan and her brother, Hoy Hodges. Chinvh by the I f t v . less assisted by 'no llev Woodman, Knight of Pythias and Elks. Renowned for his wit and home spun humor. Mr. Pcnine was quoted by national magazines and newspapers. One of his quips is in I he last issue of the Ladies Home Journal. He is survived by his w i f e , l.il- . , Man; one daughter, Vivian of the;'" 1 " Ilaml;i11 "inkle. Is. Burial was in Iht! Mm. iforl ceim-lny u n d e r the d i ion of Mnnrc's Funer.il Chapel. ! Pallbearers were Robert K e e n . ' l.lbrlr- of liiildli . nith.i Mrt'lirhtian, Rus-sell \Vm; ters. C l a r k Spents J.imes Haker. ford, Maine. She -.·..- i.,,-,, Ort. 10, IBM i;i the province of Quebec. Can:,,!.-,. Sh- «· r. ,, ,,, tinuet of Inc Catholic t |,uri-h. She is s u r v i v e d by a .,,,,,, p ;m f K. i.f ll::ld!.f,,rd, :!;,,i,,-. t w ,, daughter.. Mf.. C.ir! Hamcv of Fv,r,,v:,,o. :,,,,, ,;,, ,£,£ Chareti.. ,,f Wateibury. Conn.;: cr.inrlsnn).-. IMC lir.i'her. Os-;-nr · a r e ""'ompIC- The Green Valley Club w i l l , , have its picnic with Mrs. January, i p°TM c: U TM rr °" s ' ""!;" ld of K o l m »- « . , . , , . . tr.morrow at 6-30 Dm Mrs F F I L a l "-' nntl le " "' Siloam Springs;"!TM. Angelina Labrie Bouthot ' ' "' Mwo grandchildren; and a brother j J o h n of Montlcello, Iowa, j f o r d . M a i rVd'ira, i'i: and MrOee wl,h *?! « p , i n w i ami Kratiludi tor th?ihoui' " ·" r^' 1 ^.'.'"'.".", "!.«.« ."" -iovni wlf, ,nd moth*. T, r ,i," , ' """ y '·""' ""=··' Clifforrt Flrlrhcr ''"·*»rl r i r l r h t r mil faraili _^!«lnia M»ncri and t.mliy , .. Mrs. E. E. Patterson will serve as co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Lee of Tallahassee, Fla., formerly of Fay- etteviile, are new employes at Larned Slate Hospital. Mr. Lee received his master's degree in social work at the University of Florida last month, and is now doing psychiatric social work in the Mcn"s Receiving Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Alexander and daughter, Sarah Jane, of Lincoln, Neb., arrived Saturday afternoon for a week's visit with Mrs. Alexander's mother, Mrs. J. M. Phillips, and family. Mr. Alexander .was formerly w i t h the College of Agriculture at the University, nnd is now with the Uni- vers'ily of Nebraska. Mrs. J. E. Parker and Mr. and H'.S.C.S. U'lrclns Memorial Methodist Church The W.S.C.S. of Wiggins Memorial Methodist Church will have a business meeting at the church, Wednesday nt 2 p.m. { Fayctteriile Garden Club i The Fayottevillc Garden Club I will meet Wednesday evening at j 0:30 o'clock, in the home of Mr. I and Mrs. E. F. Whitchurch for a picnic supper. Dr. and Mrs. Wil- linn J. Baerg will tell of some of their experiences while living in Jamaica during the past year. II.C.Y.M. Council The United Christian Youth Movement Council will meet tonight at 7 o'clock, in the Central Presbyterian Church. \Vilnut Grove Ladln Aid The Walnut Grove Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Max Tate, Wednesday at 12 noon, for a covered dish luncheon. GET RID OF W R I N K L E S W H I L E YOU SLEEP WITH WONDER (lanolin) SALVE Just t h i n k , smoothing out those 3F,c-tclling wrinkles and blotches while you sleep. No fuss. Just ap- )ly white, creamy, vanishing antiseptic Wonder Salve, containing anolin and other valuable ingredients. No slain, no grease, no 1'f.I.v appearance. Apply at night nnd watch your skin become soft and lovely. Ask for Wonder Salve and Soap. (No cosmetic tax). Gel them today at Quaker Drug Store, Fayetlevillc, Arkansas. Obituary Siloam Springs Publisher A, W. Perrine Dies Funeral Scheduled 1 For 10:30 Tomorrow At Pyeatt Chapel Siloam SprinRs-(Specinl) - Funeral services for A. W. Perrine, owner and publisher of the Si- lonm Springs Herald and Dcmo- rrat, w i l l be conducted at 10:30 a. in., tomorrow at P.vealt's chapel by the Rev. Ralph Fox with burial in Oak Hill cemetery. Pallbearers will be members of the Rotary Club. The body will lie in state today and until .shortly before the funeral hour tomorrow. Friends may pay their respects at these times. The Casket will not be opened at the service. Mr. Perrine, who had been in poor health for several years, suf- | fcred an asmatic a t t a c k Saturday ' morning and died shortly after 5 o'clock. He was born in Indianola, Iowa, December 14, 1873. He boujjht the Siloam .Springs Herald in 1836, and later nought the Henublican and still later the Democrat and consolidated the three papers into the Herald and Democrat. Although he had been in poor i.calth for several years Mr. Perrine was known as one of the most active civic boosters in Siloam Springs, and worked in his Richard B. Riggt Hichard U. Higgs, 82, Route 2. West Fork, died last niijht at the Washington County Hospital. He was a native of Marion County, Kan., and has been a resident of West Fork since 1943. Survivors are his wife, Sarah Alice Jiigcs; a daughter. Mrs. Edith Bland of Tampa, Fla.; five sons, Cecil RigKs of West Fork, Richard T. of Milwaukee, Wis.. Henry A. nf Wichita, Kan., Silas V. of Linda Vista, Calif., and Cliff M. of Kansas City, Kan.: a brother, .1. C. of Florence, Kan., and 12 grandchil- i dren and eight great Rramlchil- ! riren. j Funeral services will lx con- ' ducted Wednesday at 2:30 p. m., i at the Mineral Springs church, j with burial in the Mineral Springs cemetery. The Rev. Floyd Parker! of Winslow, will-conduct the ser-! vice which is under the direction I of the Watson Mortuary. I Mrs. A n g e l i n a Labrie H o u t h o f . I died last n l K h t a f t e r an illness o f ! me week. She moved to F a y e l t e - ' one .'-;stcr. .M of H.-irtfoid, C l-'tjnrr.il ai rani,eniriits iin.-lrr the _ 100 TOUT tOTTU mil St. Joseph ASPIRIN EVERYTHING T M ami fUnUB FAYETTEVILLI IRON and METAL £0 YOH are cordially incited to see the NEW FALL FASHIONS ARRIVING DAILY at the · Choose from these FIRST ARRIVALS. A small deposit reserves your choice in our layaway! Wt htor tell there's a Maharajah or something in Asia who is paid as much gold as he weighs. No doubt he has money to burn. But for us more ordinary people money is pretty hard to come by. That's why bank soring, or- so important. Don't let your money go up in smoke. Come on in today and open a sayings account. Your passbook will be your visual record of your financial progress His Vacation Stops Here The man who drovt thit car. with thought* of big damage suiti to come, ii in no position to continue hi vacation! But thii need not hove been the COM, had he bwn properly i n i u r · d. That'i why we emphaiize the importance of insurance for every car ownvr. Call uil Renner Company, Inc. FIRST NATIONAL BANK FAYtTTtVILLI, ARKANSAS Buy Now on LAY-AWAY! ... Eteflintly (rail New Lines-Fibrics Thif Shout "Quality"! By Such Fashion Leading Designers As Country Club Mary Lane Dee Dee Deb Carl Mann Briny Marl in Printzess and NEW FABRICS' WHICH MAKE FASHION NEWS IN Poodle Cloth Fleeces Shantzee Cashmere Pact Point Tuxtured Tweed Birdseye You have been asking for n«w fabrics in coots. Wtll, hart they orol Remember . . . thi imorl, cute styles will tell firjt, jo comt in now. Pricej $29,95 to $179.95 $500 ·^ Down will hold the coat of yo«r choice until October 15th. Nationally Known Brands Buy Today on Loy-A-Way W.OO will hold the ct«t of yt«r choice until Oct. 15 i« · n * «i ft At Popular Prices

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