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September 5, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NO* i nt.fi MMLMUA» ii,'U», roytmev.i,.. n ,«i,nMt. ...uo/, M^.emiwr 5, i . obituary Mi*. Nda Congtr Mrs. Nola Conger, 58, sister of · Arthur Patterson of Fayetteville, died last night at her home in Fullerton, Calif., following an illness of several months. Mrs. Con' ger was born near Dutch Mills, February 14, 1894, the daughter mkmmmmmmmmmm W» pay TOP PRICES for HORSES delivered to Mr plant PHONI JOPLIN 1014 DOYLE PACKING CO. : Fcmwrir Irl-Smt Pukinf Co.) ROYAl HEIGHTS, JOPLIN, MO. of J. B. and Margaret Brown Patterson and has spent most of her lifetime in California. Survivors are her husband, Joe Conger, of the home; one son and one daughter; three brothers, Clyde Patterson of Westville, Okla., Lacy Patterson of Pomona, Calif., and J. A., of Fayetteville; three sisters, Mrs. Lake Degraff of Anaheim, Calif., Mrs. Mattie Blake of Westville and Eula, of Annaheim. Funeral and burial services will be conducted Sunday afternoon at Fullerton. Mra. Zelma Lucille Cox Funeral services for Mrs. Zelma Lucille Cox, 24, of White Rock community, were conducted yesterday afternoon in the Prairie View Church by the Rev. O. L. Lierly, assisted by the Rev. Edward Smith. Burial was in Rose cemetery, with arrangements under direction of Moore's Funeral Chapel. Pallbearers were Max Newport, Roscoe Comer, \ Dee Clevenger, Kenneth Thurman, Denton Wray, and Wayne Smith. If the increase in television sets continues at its present rate, some experts say the number in the country should reach 53 million by 1960. The Courts Municipal Court Jack Pollitt, operator of a Winslow snake show, was fined $25 and costs when he was found guU ty on a charge of buying game animals.'The judge ruled that the state failed to prove its contention that Politt bought animals and birds to feed his snakes. The defendant said he would appeal the decision to Circuit Court. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burkhalter and daughter. Carol Ann, of Fort Worth, Texas, who have been visiting Mr. Burkhalter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Burkhalter, have returned to their home. The Burkhalter family held a family reunion over Labor Day weekend in Noel, Mo., which was attended by Felix Burkhalter, Mrs. N. Y. Moore of Oklahoma City, Raymond Burkhalter of Ocharche, Okla.. Miss Peart Burkhalter and Chester Burkhalter of .Chickasha, Okla., and Mrs. L. W. Hamrick of Tuttle, Okla., all brothers and sisters of John BurkhaKer. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Overton are spending a vacation in the home of Mrs. Overton's aunt, Mrs. Get Here Early For Tomorrow Begins DOLLAR MONTH Roy Corley. Mrs. Overton is thelDewar home over the weekend former Delares Ford of Rogers. At were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crossley, the end of their vacation they are leaving for California to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hockey and ulso of Norman. John R, Holyfield. son of Mr- and Mrs. John W. Holyfield, has left to enroll for a prc-veterinary and Mr. Looncy's mother, Mrs. John Looney, North Third Street. rar. ana mrs. fcvert jfocKey ana left to enroll ror a prc-veterinary son, Darrell Parnell, of Topcka, course at Texas A. and M. College. Kan., have been guests oJ Mr. and I Mrs. Barbara Forrest of Houston, I Mrs. E. A. Traupc. | TcxaSi ha5 ret urned to her home Bob Smith of Tulsa spent Labor i after a visit with her aunt. Mrs. Day weekend visiting friends here. I Matlie M. Bailey, 210 N. Third He is a former Rogers resident. | Street, and with other Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Buttram ''-'""' Installation of pledges which fol- I lowed the dinner. Pledge duties j Avis Lorraine Bcamnn. (laugh-j were cxulaind by Martha l , u f f m a n ter of Mr. anrl Mrs. James A. j and pledge books and pins wrc Beaman of Wichita. Kan,, and presented from t h r l r oldr.- ^vity Ropp of Wichita, were | .jsters lo pledges Sue Krascr. Has! married Saturday at a ceremony performed in Bentonvlll". Both Mr. and Mrs. Ropp are former residents of Rogers. The bride is lr Martha L u f f m a n , Janctle Ball, Sue ' Woodruuff. Melvn Lee Vauflhan,: Joyce Kelly, Marilyn Dean. M a r 1 garet Kennan, Charottc K e n d r i c k : structor at th« Greenville Air force Base. Edscll Ford, son of Mr. ind Mrj. J. T. Ford of Avoca. jpent the Labor Day hftliday with his parents. He is employed in Odessa. Texas. . . and children of Little Rock have returned to their home after a visit with Mr. Buttram's parents, Mr and Mrs. E. F. Buttram, 503 West Olive Street. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ash. former residents of Rogers, left Monday for Harrlsburg, Pa. While in Rogers Mr. Ash was an employe of the Carnation Milk Companv. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison De-war have had as guests their sons-in- law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Tobkin and daughters Mary and Margaret, of Lincoln! Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Charl"s Crossley of Norman, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Tobkin came to Rogers for their son, Ken, who has spent the past three weeks visiting hi friends. Miss Charlotte Lilliird of St. Louis has arrived to be v.'ith her mother, Mrs. Irmn Lillard, who is seriously ill. Donald and Dexter Lillard of Miami, Fla., arrived Monday to be with their mother. The Biggest Little Store, formerly operated by Mrs. Virginia Jackson, has been sold to Otto Brink. Mr. Brink, formerly a jeweler at Fayetteville and Spring-, .,.,*. ,,,,,,,., ^,u*iun was guvsi dale, plans to liquidate the present I of honor when the Hi-Si Sorority slock and replace it with jewelry j entertained at a semi-formal din- and watch repair facilities. iranddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jnd Barbara BruM. The new p r « l - I .;?Si n -s.x r » siiidUrMte Ja a . n ! szjz Mr. Ropp is the grandson of Mr. lighting ceremony She in turn and Mrs. Arthur Ropp,SouthFifth SSZ ^"^0Welt, v[cc' In Britain the automobile glove compartment ii called a "cubby locker." L . I f . . . ,. ~. r J ~ i 11*111. j ijnuf j . |jifUK: inisiress, an ^ w h ? Aircraft Company I S(le W o o druff, reporter. in Wichita where the couple will Mr . and Mrs H a r n l d Bur , , n make its home. ner Monday night in the liome of .u . . i . L i - i i i L . | , a t i j n l - l l l l m . l . ltd m u l l U U ) l l l ( f l l l I n HIC nOlIIC OI Mr. and Mrs. Gary Looney and Miss Mary Sue Green. Mrs. Crox- children, and L. E. Perry, Jr., | ton is the new sponsor of the so- brother of Mrs. Looney. all of | rarity. Oieen and white tapers Tulsa, Okla., have returned to i carried out the club colors, and a white Bible was plated on a low table. Jan Jacobs, outgoing presi- thrir home after visiting Mrs. ast three weeks visiting his Looney's parents, Mr. and Mrs' randparentts. Other guests in the I L. E. Perry, West Poplar Street, r id daughters, Diana and Janle, of Mrs. Hardy Croxton_was guest j Shawnee. Okla.. have returned to their home after a visit In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Roberts. Also guests in the Roberts home over Labor Day wcrp their daughter, Mrs. Richard Almo, tiie former Mrs. Anna Lee Lyons, and Mr. Almo, who arrived by plane Monday. They returned to Green, --!»«...(, ,,···"-1 ville. Miss., Tuesday, whfre Mr. dent, presided at the candlelight I Almo is employed as civilian in- BUILDING AND REPW White Aibnlot Sidlne No. 1 A Compl.t. Job I IMS P.r tm Cablnil and Mlllwork. 1OY KINZEft Ul Will St PhMt lOlt MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL AT Gardenhire's Jewelry HEY, MISTER! Bring Your Old Straw Hat And Feed It to Our Goats! UtnErNfljNCIIEMTTIW«nilllEIIFUiFElTUT! Stunning COSTUME JEWELRY While They lost! lady's CAMEO RING JUST $ 14 95 Man'* or lady's BULOVA Man's 2-DIAMOND BIRTHSTONE JUST 52-Piece Set SILVER- PLATE JUST $ 34 75 Matching WEDDING BANDS JUST $ 19" PARKER "51" PEN PENCIL JUST A grand value! Matching 14k gold bond, (or bridt ond groom. DOWN writtl dry with w.t ink Matching Ptncil. I Minute Shuvt REMINGTON "60" SHAVER JUST $ 26 50 Brilliant DIAMOND SOLITAIRE JUST Your opportunity to save $1.00 on every felt hot purchased by. bringing in your old straw hats. Felt hats priced from $5.00 to $15.00. ONE DAY ONLY- SATURDAY, SEPT. 6th SAVE $1.00 You are invited to bring in your old straw hot and feed it to the hungry goats which will be in front of our Men's Store Saturday, September 6th. We've a couple of especially hungry goats . . . so come and join in the fun! Bring the children . . . they'll enjoy watching the goats "get Daddy's hat" .., and Daddy will receive $1.00 credit towards a new'fall felt hat for his old summer straw. Don't forget. . . Saturday's the day .. . and the object of our goats' affection will be your old straw hat. FALL FELT HATS BY MALLORY and LEE HOT h EXTRA FOR EASY TERMS Gardenhire's Jewelry 15 North Block Phone 838 MALLORY The States $10 Dress up ... dress right for fall. That means a freshly- styled Mallory Hat. These imported felt beauties rest easy on your head. The soft, mellow texture and shape-retaining features make you look your best. In new deep shades for fall, long oval or regular sizes, 6 3 ,4 to 7'/i. OTHER MALLORY HATS $7.50 to $10.00 LEE Adventure $10 The senational lightweight hat that'i revolutionizing the hat industry. The smoothest, finest texture ever offered in a lightweight hat like thisl Rich fall shades . . . 100% nylon stitched throughout. Regular and long oval, sizei 6^ to 7Vi. OTHER LEE HATS $7.50 to $10.00 B/uutdi At Popular Prices

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