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AMAMAS mm, ipick Sty! Bseibiwer Ti Cmpiifii IN State Denver-WrVJeff Speck, Repub- llein nominee for tovernor of Ar- krasas, wyi he still looks for Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower to campaign in Arkansas in his bid for the presidency. Speck made the statement after he ind other Southern supporters of Elsenhower had conferred with tht GOP presidential candidate yesterday. Sp«k said he coudn't discuss tht conference until he and other members of the Dixie delegation had talked today with Eisenhower aide! and Arthur E. Sum- merlield, chairman of the Republican National Committee. Speck wai accompanied to Denver by Verne TindaJl of Stuttgart, director of the state's Eisenhower club*, »nd Jack Joyce, of Fayetteville. High Quotas Hay Force Drift Of 19-Year-Olds Washington -(£·)- A Selective Service spokesman says increased needs for manpower soon may force the drafting of 19-year-olds into the armed services. Men 20 and older are now being used to fill draft calls, but an official said the need for more men --as indicated by yesterday's call for 47,000 draftees in October- may mean dipping into the lower age bracket. The October call was an increase of 17,000 over the September c»llj'«ijd there are indications quotas for the last '.wo months of 1B52 may be is high if not higher. OPS Price Clinic Slated For Friday Fayetteville will be the site of another businessman's "price clinic" on Friday, from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. Wesley J. Gordon, manager of the Chamber of Commerce, sale arrangements have been made for a representative of the Arkansas Office of Price Stabilization to conduct a clinic on OPS regulations at the Chamber of Commerce Office. Merchants with questions regarding ceiling price regulations are Invited to consult with him anytime during these hours. Mies Canasta Crowned Hamilton, Ont. - (/P) - Marilyn Beddick, IS, blonde vocalist with a Toronto band, was crowned Miss Canada last night. The blue-eyed miss, who stands five feet, three and one-half inches, defeated 12 others for the beauty contest title. Keen at* with ike BaBea read the TIMES daJIr. I have been wonderfully blessed in being restored to active life after being crippled in nearly every joint in my body and with muscular soreness from head tci foot. I had Rheumatoid Arthritis and other forms of Rheumatism. hands deformed and my ankles were set. Limited space probihits t-llinz you more here but if you will write me I will reply at once and !?V? U how J r«eived this wonderful relief. Mrs. Lela S. Wier 3105 Arbor Hifh Driri P. O. Box 3IJ7 7, Mjltittippl Prairie Grove The last of a series of going away parties given for Dr. and Mrs. Jerald Duck, who are leaving Monday for their new home in Mississippi, was given Saturday night at the home of Tom Yost. Guests were Dr. and Mm. Willard Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McNair, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Len Knowles, Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Riggall, Dr. and Mrs. Ken Porter, Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Manning, Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Bain, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Harp, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zenor of Amarillo, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCormick of Sallisaw, Okla., Capt. Howard Helm of Camp Chaffce, Barry Parks, M. J. Sharp, Rodney Riggall, Pat Brewer, Dolly Ann McCormick, Miss Vivian Flickenger, Mark Foster, Miss Lenora Jines, and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zenor of Amarillo, Texas, arrived Friday to spend a two-week vacation with Mrs. Zenor's mother, Mrs. Mary Berry and her sister, Mrs. Paul Jones. Mrs. E. H. Cook and Preston Magruder were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Magruder of Gentry. Pfc. Raymond Hanlin, who has been serving in Alaska, is spending a 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hanlin. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Yount ot Tulsa, Okla., were weekend guests of Mr. Yount's mother, Mrs. Ella .Yount. - Donald Parks took members of his Sunday School class to Lake Wedington Sunday afternoon. Those going were Eddie Delap, Dickie Delap, Joe Geiger, Jimmy Brewer, Charles Henson, and Paul Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Eaymond Strawn of Electra, Texas, were weekend guests of Mr. Strawn's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lake Hannah. Ben Corder of Oklahoma City is visiting his sister, Mrs. Norris Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. James Gartman have returned after vacationing with relatives in Sheridan and Little Rock. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Gartman's sister, Miss Carolyn Nelson of Little Rock. Mrs. Will Dunn nf/rules. Okla., who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy Manatrey and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cummings, left Sunday to visit relatives in Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cummings, Sgt. Mary Cummings of Aberdeen Chemical Center, and Mrs. Will Dunn, Sr., of Tulsa, were Sunday dinner guests of Miss Betsy Campbell. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. E. C. Carl were her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Helm, Capt. Howard Helm, Mrs. Lewis Morton and children, Katie Sue Helm, Mrs. Jack Harbn, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sone, Mr. and Mrs. Barton Carl and children of joree, Texas; and Dr. and Mrs. John Haugen and children of Ada, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Curtsinger and son, J. B. Curtsinger, aviation nechanics mate from the naval ase at Jacksonville, Fla., left Sunday for a vacation with relatives in Oklahoma. Mrs. Ruth Hanna and niece, Barbara Patrick, spent the week- I end with Mr. and Mrs. Al Fau-1 bus of Elkins, and attended me- morial'services at Patrick Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. John Haugen and children of Ada, Okla., who have been guests of Mrs. E. C. Carl, left Sunday night for a vacation in the | Dakotas and Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wallace and I children have returned from a visit with relatives in Tulsa, Okla. Mr. and Mri. Tom Dyer entertained friends and relatives at Sunday dinner, honoring their son, Wayne Dyer, who is home on leave after two yean service with the Navy off Korea. · Obituary W. F. fed W. F. Bell of Prairie Grove, lifelong resident of Washington County, diedi Wednesday, August 6 at 5:45 p. m. He was born April 12, 1866, at Prairie View, north ot Prairie Grove, the son of John M. Bell and Elizabeth Hale Bell, and was married on December 18, 1912, to Miss Nettie Cox of Paragould. He founded and operated the Prairie Grove Lumber Company for many years and was a member of the Masonic Lodge for 60 years. Survivors are his wife,' of the home; a sister, Mrs. Minnie Woodruff of Fayettevill*; three nephews, Jim Woodruff of Fayetteville, Sam Bell of Conway, and Martin Bell of Cuero, Texas; three nieces Miss Minniebell Bell of Bryan, Texas, Mrs. Betsy Bowers of Port Lavaca, Texas, and Mrs. Proctor Johnson of Fayetteville; and cousin, Mrs. Mamie Holland of Highfill, Ark. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon in the funeral home at Prairie Grove by the Methodist minister of Prairie Grove. Oscar Sharp, a lifelong friend, spoke briefly. Burial was in Prairie Grove cemetery. Alick Ebeneier Cowthon Funeral services for Alick Eb- cnczer Cawthon, 77, who died Sunday night in his home near Springdale, were to be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Bap- ist Church at Johnson by the Rev. Ewcll Logus, with burial in the Shady Grove cemetery under direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Pallbearers were J. Lee Hcn- drix, Thomas Hendrix, Paul Hcn- drix, Dale Ezell, R. F. CawtHbn, W. B. Crammer, W. D. Walker, and Herschcl Holland. Mr». Barbara Rtbtcca Doris Mrs. Barbara Rebecca Davis, 77, lifelong resident ot Combs, died last night at the Elizabeth Hos- j pital at Prairie Grove. She was ! a member of the Baptist Church, j Surviving are four sons, John j Davis of Wichita, Kan.,. Grant Davis of Tacoma, Wash., and J. D. and Henry S. Davis, both of Borger, Texas; five daughter, Mrs. Nora Rice of Pryor, Okla., Mrs. Ocie Penick of Pittsburgh, Kan., Mrs. Ida Riddle of Combs, Mrs. Goldie Walton of Wellington, Calif., and Mrs. Myrtle Pell of Tulsa, Okla.; 45 grandchildren, and 31 great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements under the direction of Moore's Funeral Home are incomplete. Miu Frances Robinson Miss Frances Robinson, 84, aunt ol Miss Beryl Clark and Will H. Cowan of Fayetteville, died last night at the City Hpspital. Miss Robinson was born at Laclede, Mo., February 13, 1868, the daughter of the late Dr. C. M. Robinson and Thirca Smith Robinson of Bentonville. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. W. H. Cowan, Sr., of Fay- | ctteville, and Mrs. A. W. Hurley | MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Who'Gives Green Stamps? We Do! MdtMhan'i Fabric Onter Double Stamps Erarr Wednosdar Johnson's "stall and Wallpaptr Store U North Block Si. Hiltofl Braa. Drtra-tn Furnltura Stota Hwr. ?1 Noitk Fuirwoy Grocery 411 N. Collate Oiork Claonan 101 Notlb Block St. Harian'i Satvice SfcrtiM FrlwdlT Cult Statloa U Nortk Collaf* Boobft'i Jewelers U East Cantar Moore's Gift Shop it North Block St. Fairway Hardwan 110 Mill St. WoBOOfrer's laktry IN Weet Centet St. Quoktr Druf Store II E«at Center SL UMT Int. Shot) Sfcrw raretiarUla Prt»li»f C*. S«lk SMa Hutra RtttU »«*» CASH Salaa Only «U Nona C«Uat* ywr SAH Qnm Stcmpt «t HM R«««mpti»fl Ccnttr, 420 North of Tulsa. Okla.; five nieces and I five nephews. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Watson Mortuary by the Rev. William Sherman. Burial will be in the Bentonville cemetery. Firing Time Steptted Up Bombay, India-(/P)-Inau£uraling the first jet airliner passenger service from Britain to Ceylon, a BOAC Comet liner landed here Tuesday only 17 hours and 10 minutes after leaving Ixjndbn. Actual flying time for the 5,594-mile trip ·was 11 hours 53 minutes. Regular BOAC service takes 23 hours for the trip this far. Mrerttae In tfce TIMBS-lt para, Ethel Merman Makes Self Heard As She Returns To Hollywood And More Movies Br BOB THOMAS appeared that the studio was tak- Hollywood-yP)-There can be no | ing good care of Ethel. There were doubt that £thel Merman is back ' about two dozen well-paid work- at work in the movies after a 12- · crs on the set, ready to make a test of her hairdo. Quite a difference from when she was there last for "Alexander's Ragtime Band" year absence. Her voice can be heard all over the SOth Century- Fox lot. That's when she's speaking, of course. When she's singing, it's reported she can be heard in Santa Monica. I rjeedcd no sound device to follow her voice to Ihe stage whtrc she was testing for the screen version of her hroadway hit, "Call Me Madam." When I arrived, it in 1938. "f didn't come into the picture until it was half over," she recalled. But she was flowing about doing "Call Me Madam." "I'm certainly happy they saw fit to let me do it," she remarked. "I think it's going to be a lot of fun. The cast (George Sanders, Vera-Ellen, Donald O'Connor) Is great, and the director, Walter I^ang, i.i my dream boy." Marte Mare Merit. Wlll-Jhis mean:more movies for Merman? "Could be. About seven months ago, 1 was offered a Broadway shtrw for the spring of 1953. I turned It down because I couldn't see that far Into the future. 1 don't know what I'll be doing next." Her f i l m producer. Sol Slegcl. predicts she'll open a whole new career for herself in the movies. "When she was in pictures before, she was competing w i t h oth- rr movie actresses," he told me. "Now I think she can c-.irve a niche all by herself. She's the great; there's no reason why stu- diot can't Und pictures; far · ·*-, I ture woman of her lamtut* »al- I ent." 1 "When I bought "CaB - M* Madam,' 1 decided the would ktve to do fit* role on the screen. There is no one elje who could do it." | Plane Craihts Onto j Rail way; Three Die Llanberii, Wales - HP) - Two trains with 120 holiday makers aboard reached safely early today after being stranded by a plane crash tfiat blocked the tracks 3,500 feet up Mt. Snowdon. The plane, a Royal Air Force cargo craft, crashed onto the rall- 'way line shortly before noon'yet- | terdiy, killing alt three of ' the I crew. ' ' b ** n proud to Mrrt th « P«»I» U of NW Arkansas on thii 3d Anniv.rwry in your community ' ...--.... ....... .-- ...... r _.. w ,. wav wll ln i» 4t H miniTfjriarr in your i to off«r you Dollar Stretching Values plus tarings you'll be glad to boait about token right from our sales floors and reduced tn sell at prices that remind you'of'Hit "Good All Old Days." Come in for your share of ... SPECTACULAR AUGUST SALE VALUES in... DINETTES . . . DINING ROOM SUITES 5 PC solid h.avy «ak. drop l«.f .xt.nilon t«blt, 3 ^tduUI DIM, 4 chsjrs with Lime frieze- upholstered Kit ind luck, Kef. I24I.SO IIMIt 8 PC Mahogany dl.imt: rooi.. suit*, pedestal tablt. shield back chaira. criteria Buffet. 18th Century. Ittf. |»T.M UM.N 8 PC Frosted. Walnut denitte. modern, extension pedestal table 4 chairs in red taputry scats, Ht« 1211.50 Hll.H A PC Mahogany drop leaf table awlnl out lei. table extend! to leal six, four fret back chain, Ret. IIM.50 I M.M G PC natural oak dinette extension tablp, four chairs with flutted ·uipt back, lime plult leata, ci edema buffet, Rei. lia.M t n.M MAHOGANY DUNCAN PHYFE DROP LEAF TABLE A YMiatilt fftToril* it · ·mart ipict MT«, hii 5 l*«v*t and optnt to tMl up to 10 ptoplt comfortably. Clom to 27x42 Inchti, *·«. 139.50 9950 LIVING ROOM SUITES Sofa and matching chair Full standard size sofa and chair, in heavy, long wearing frieze. Two cushion sofa with welt arms. Guaranteed construction, hardwood Interior frames. Reg. 159.50 ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL CeJen -- Balfe. Oref. Heae aad Red, AVAILABLE ALSO III ·ED SOFA , ,, , , , ' Alllf IVEHSARY SPECIAL 1 n- i1i?V"£'n, IUI ";-. '"" '"' ""O"" "«!««. » cuahua atyli. crnn frlMt. He, I I M M Ril SHOW modern dealfn, str.liht rolled hack, lloubl. roll arm." Red IrltM, 2 PC Uvlnc room suilt. modern deslin. Grey Irleje. frln^td baa«."lnV"$IJiie""""""!I"""~". 2 Re« L 'sl»" 1 i5 rlK " n """' modern wl1 * prm "' "laped back fMn|t* baM. |r«n upholaterlnl. femuk STREIT SLUMIER CHAIR Adjustable to three posiitoni of . comfort. Luxurious relaxation for all the family, and a lovely addition to the home -- Streit Slumber Chair and ottoman in red and grey fjn CA tapestry. Reg. 84.50-. **·/· -' u Streit Slumber Chair and ottoman, open wood knob arms, green Fabrilitc. Reg. 89.50 _ 69.50 Streit Slumber Chair and ottoman, all upholstered arm. Reg. 134.50 .SPECIAL!! S °llJi: b »z»M m ""' Ur " Ch " rl «" "' London, brush'trlm rubbe7Vi»ihioB.7 'nn"Mm"niii"tait, Sot. bj. Pullman. Uwson deal«n. sife ireen Mattllwr Rutbtr"n-s'hionsi'ilif.~|lll'.ii ~ Sofa, hjefc-r Ma!elles««e. wllh boucle trim, T cushion. Rel liatM J Section.. snf«. modern, ,rey and creen combination cover In lilts*. Irlnsrt tax. R«. tlii'it "_'_"._, Sofa Beaitllul red Matellew., boucle trim. Lawson type wiu lrlna.4 baa*. »«s jm.Jfl I SOFA RED SUITES AND DUAL PURPOSE PIECES ,, , · : · AJtWIVTIUART SKC1AL ft- P lur«jil» 3»M *' * '"*' foldln * '"n.rsprlni nwltren. Red F.bfiHI., ill alttl M Bc . d .!°';,r,r£, ch '' r ' ih ° rl '»*· lnnar»prl«» matlrw, JOCM cusfclon""coUM : PC Studio Suite, wrlted arma, mod.rn, Irlense In Biff.. Row or Had. Re| |11TM * Studio «ofa. win. vtlour, upholsler.d arma wllh wood trm, Rn IH10 s Sludlo Sol. .nd all Urn bu. rocker ip Hunters Green velour or red. ttof. 11*4» INJ* SOLID WALNUT DINETTE * r ci " tuJwj 1 **' lible - unusual base, six chain, china crblmt with alldlnx flaa. elder tdp. _ ..... _ ___ . . . . . _ , . .. ..... ...* H" JW*M d Uble ' * 1X chiif1 ' Cr«rt«nM buffet with hitch top, illding flui' 4om. ·EDROOM FURNITURE OCCASIONAL AND LOUNGE CHAIRS Standard full tprlnf eonslructloa, all high frade upholstningi. Up to 11.50. Functional, modern and period slrlea. ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL S-PIECE CHROME DINETTES Gnr. Cram, Had or Yallaw Extension table with lamcn- ated plastic tops, heat and stain resistant, shaped top, and four plastic covered sturdy chairs. R«g. 74.50 ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL Primo Van Wo* 3 PiM« Bedroom Suite Luxuriously grained Prima Vera wuod in this double dresser, panel bed and chest. Tine construction throughout, blond* finish. · ·· (Similar to cut) R*g. 207.00 ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 174 so AlflfTVmSAltT SPECIAL lnCh ' h '" n " dbOird « n d built In .Id. cablinta. K.tur.l Ash Urn mtr?or.*H«» 1W | d Hlso d W " h . OrtMtr .rd bed In blonde mahoj.i.y. Sultabl. for trown up and iMIdrtn. room. R«» |il»'»"l..|l4»J. Drtat;, ««d and nlte alanil. limed o.k, showini 1M rlcl.ntas PI the jraln Ret. 111150 IUMI .! Mr and Mra.cht.lj. 2 [win bed. and nil. stand. In Ivory s.n-l blast finish, modern. Rej. I1HM..IUU* Dreaer. shelf he.dbo.rd bed and nit. sun.; In ivory oak. moderr., Her tf«H ..... tlttM Vsnily. «o, id malrat.ny. swlntinc mirror, u Century, Res »II710 ......................... t **^ Poncr btl solid m.hoi.ny. hllh post., ]«lh Cenlury. Ret HM.vj ',,__ ............ '" ............... * ** r Che«t, aolu! mahofany, | drawers. Uth C.ntury, Re|. tM.JO '.".'_ ............. l..--~7~l.~~ ... I KM 59 so SEW GEM SEWING MACHINE · With "Susii," ihl right hand ititchor. Only "Suslt" tight hand itiichM cl.jrs and lint from Ihi bobbin cast automatically. OFull retarr motion lor smooth silent operation with Synchromatk driv.. «BuUt-in darner. ·Full slsa haad. · Bronta b.arinji. ·Lala.t altachmanls. · Forward and reran.. · Sunplillad Threading. 20% Discount 20', 11 -PIECE REDROOM GROUP , m '"° r · Innirsprlnf rniiueu, 1 ""' *«**· "»" ««wer chtsl. a«mi-po«!«r bed. heavy haiia- crya.-. boudoir ljir.pi. 5 Iwrt pillows, wuhaata . , Mil sprrsd. mod*TM. In w.lnut .,, «!,,,.«, finish. ANNIVIHSABY SPECIAL 159.50 ODD REDROOM PIECES ·ed wnh shelf headhoard. solid maple, wllh foot board. Ref J13SO Twin Ixds. mahocany llnuh. il«nh typt, 11:1, Ontury R.j. |s sj »»t. ful Ul« m.hosany. slti«h trp«. Illh Cenlury. Re» »s M Cheat ol drawers, mshosany, ahapid front, spsde tool. !»;).. C.ntury, Kts. »S»J« ANNIVERSARY MIRROR SPECIAL Gold frame mirrors, five different styles, suitable for any room in the house. 28x20 inch size. ANNIVERARY SPECIAL 1.10 Gold f r n m c mirrors, two styles, '/« Inch glass. Rosette dtslgn framr or plain gold frame. ANNIVER6ARV SPECIAL Me IAIY DEPARTMENT Bsl j bed In birch or msple wllh slindsrd inslie wel-proof niatlresi. Del U! M ....1 tI Yoi'lh bed with hslf sides, and Innersprlnf Krf |J».ii Hlfh chad In birch finish, with hl«h chair pad. Rt/; 1142,') . | Child- contour on rocx.r bait, in plastic. Rtg $141, . B . B _ | Junior te. set or pl.y labl. and tw. chain, In r«d. Ret »7.n ...V_"JL..| Ask about our Stump Furniture Company M3 W. DICKSON OPEN THURSDAYS TILL » P.M. COMPLETE HOMI FURNISHINGS K10NI3112 ALWAYS PtIHTY Of PARKIN* SFAd

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