Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 28, 1952 · Page 10
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July 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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10 MMIIIMfttl i ··········^···MKl Emjploymtnt Offke To Btjfclosed Tomorrow fl» United StatM Employment will close tomorrow In ob- , Juty M, !f51 wrvinee of elwtlMii boinf held' in the ilttt. Thi inciil Mturityl reprewnUtlve wi o normilly m»kfi i weekly visit to the F»y- I ettevllle office on Tueirtay, will be! there Wednesday of this week. Obituary './ For County Judge Vote for Roy Ai Scott[x] f 8 PRICES CUT TIRE SALE 3 DAYS ONLY SAVE WITH SAFETY NOW 10.95 12.55 6.00-78 n* r«*»i r.. mi r 6.70-1S EVERY OUNCE FIRST QUALITY FULL NON-SKID DEPTH-FULL TREAD WIDTH-FULL SIZE RIVERSIDE Alt CUSHIONS Slit 6.40-15 6.70-1 5 7.10-13 7-iC-IJ Tlr* Prici* Tub* frlti" 1-41 2.2S 11-11 2.5S 15.25 2.65 2 80 3 3 5 1J.J5 J.60 FOR OlOfR CARS *.M).1I 15.11 6.00-16 tO.ff ·.IO-14 2.5S 110 160 ONLY 10% DOWN ON TWMS UUINDS JULY JIM Mn. C. A, Dies Al Omaha Home , Mrs. 'C. A. Swanson of Omaha. i Neb., died at her home there yet- 'terday mornini of a heart attack, which followed a lengthy illness. She previously had suffered a stroke and had never recovered completely She is the widow of the late C. A. Swanson, who heads the big C. A. Swanson and Sons Company, which has a branch business in Fayetteville. She has visited here often. Survivors Include two sons. Gilbert Swanson and Clark Swanson both of Omaha, and a daurrh- ter, Mrs. Grrlchcn Buholtz. alro of Omaha, and several grandchildren. Funeral services will be cnn- ductM tomorrow in Omaha. Hal Douglas of Fa.veltcville will leave lerc today by plane lo f l y to Omaha and attend the services. Colvln Celumbui Steckburgir Calvin Columbus Stockburjer 79, died this morning at the Cit\ Hospital. He was born April 7 1873 at West Fork and was a lifelong resident of t h a t community A memb-r of the Presbyterian Church he was an elder in that church for 60 years. He was associated in the lum- h»r and hardware business at West Fork for over 30 years and was the slate game refuge keeper in this section for 18 years. He has been retired from business the nast four rc-srs. He was the son of the late John and Martha Stock- burner of West Fork. \ He is survived by one daughter Mrs. Joe Fave Moore of Rogers- one sister, Mrs. Mary Winn of Winrlow. and four srandchiHron. Funeral ccrvi^s will be held Wednesdav at 2:31 n. m. at (he Presbyterian Church of Wesl Fork. Burial. und"r Ih- direction of Moore's Funeral Home will be in ,lhe West Fork Ccmelorv. THE PEOPLE'S VICTORY Will Land Tackett HERE... Mr». tulle P. Wonluck Mrs. Lutir P. W a n t u r k disd al her hnme on 1200 N n r t h College vepterday afternoon following a long Illness. She was horn in Shfl- dine. Mn.. and was I He daughter of Charles and Sarah Mvrrs. She is survived hv her husband Olto Wanliirk. of (he hnme; on" daughter. Mrs. Francis Lehn of Fayellevlll,.: three sons. Harold Wanluck. Charles M. Wantiick nf Snrineflcld. Mn., and Louis R Wantuck of r a m p C h a f f e e ' one brother. W i l l i a m T. Myers o! H a n n i b a l , Mo : four sisters. Mrs , H a l t i e Lang. New York, N. Y i Mrs. Francos Irvine. Greenfield I Mo.. Mrs. Catherine Sudclath. I Whltesboro, Texas. »nd Mrs. ; Gladys Plowman. Hannibal. Mo.: - seven grandchildren and, one great grandchild. ; Funeral services will he held at 10:30 a. m. In Ihe Forest Chapel B u r i a l ivill lie at Fairview Cme- · . IMV under Ihe direction of Moore's ' 1 Funeral Home. " | Mrt. Cordelio Edward* Funeral services were conducted · this mornin* al 10:30 o'clock al ! Nelson's chapel bv Brother Till- ' man B. Polk of Alma, for Mrs. Cordelia Edwards who died Friday evenlne at her home, 101 South West Street. Burial was in Fair- ! view cemetery. I Pallbearers were Henry Harris I Blondle Edwards. E. A." McCon- ncll. C l y d e Parker. Harrison' Burnett and Leonard Edwards. Margnr.! K, Wnlllt Irs. Margaret Kislah IVallis, . died at her home in Crosses Friday. She had been a resident here for 15 years, and was born May 11, 1868, at Powell, M 0 . She s survived by three sons. Lo?an f Crosses. Clyde W. of Cape Gir- rdeau. M o , and Artemis of Thurmal. Calif.; two daughters Irs. Myrl La Bass of Beaumont' Calif., and Mr? Estclle Lambuth -' Sulphur Springs: one sister !r. Nannie Clanton of Drumrlght' Okla., nine grandchildren and five real grandchildren, Services will be held tomorrow ftcrnoon at 2:30 at the Church of hrist m Pea Ridge, by Worley erguson, w i t h burial m the Pea idgc cemetery Moore's Funeral hapel is in charge. Mrs. \Vallis as a member of the Church of hrist. homoi W. Hottobaujh Thomas \Villard Haltab.iugh 68, died at a Prairie Grove hospital r n d a y . A retired f a r m e r , he lived in Ihe S u n s e t ' c o m m u n i l v . He was horn November 10. iss.l Survivl or.; are li,.-, wife. Jennie Asnes- four son:.. Marion of Mulberry and Robert Lee. Arthur and Clelus of Winslnw; one diughter Mrs. .Mary F.llen Frances of Sara Tota. Calif.; three brothers Richmond of Picher, Okla., Marshal of Coal H i l l , and Jonas of Wmslow one sister, M r( E liza Norman of Fort S m i t h ; IS irandchildren und two j r c n t cvandchildren. Funeral service was to be conducted this a f t e r n o o n at 3 o'clock il Sunret hy H u s h Shackelforct Burial, under direction ol Moore's ' Funeral Chapel, was to be In the ! Sunset cemetery. It ha« been asserted t h a t some troup» of people depend so much : on gestures to supplement speech I h u t Ihey cannot carry on a conversation in the dark, hut the assertion has been' widely disputed. In the days before the white m»n came. Kentucky was known by the Indians as "The Dark and Bloody Ground" became ol the win bttwnn Iht Iroquoti MM! Chtrokee* lor Iti powtuion. \ TACKETT and THE PEOPLE MAKE A WINNING TEAM ^K. ,^^. ^ ^ II^Bk . . BOYD TACKETT WILL * Rehim the government to the people by decenlralizino agencies, * Eliminate grift and favoritism in state Buying, * Increase aid to stale institutions and welfare clients * Cooperate with the Slate Legislature and Arkansas Congressmen, * Increase salaries of teachers with a BA degree kLa minimum ol 52,400. * Will MOT increase taxes unless Ihe people demand il by a vale. * Tackeft is the only candidate who will lake Ihe highways from the con rol of the governor's office-HOW! All other candidates have a Joker" in their plan, THE TACKETT PUN 1. lei me people elect the Highway Commission or 2. Lei the stale constitutional officers appoint the commission 01 staggered terms. TACKETT HAS GONE TO THE PEOPLE ^^^^^^^^*"" -- ^"^^^^^"""·'·^^·^^TM (Boyd Tackett has spoken personally to more than 300,000 people in 345 speeches.) TOMORROW THE PEOPLE AM 60IHC TO TACKETT VOTE FOR THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE BOYD TACKETT for GOVERNOR Htor T*ck«tt Oxer a Statewidt Broadcast Tonight! 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