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PAGE SIX Bl/TTHETTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NTCWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY J, I9W CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION SOc ]Sc 12C 9C 7c Sc Me Dftily rat* per line for consecutive insertion: Minimum charge ............... .. I time per line ................... 3 times per Hue per day , ......... 3 times per line jier day .......... 6 limes per line per clay ......... 12 times ped line per dny ........ Month per line .................. Count Jive average words to tho imp. Ad ordered /or three or six times und •topped before explrntlon will be charged for the number Ot limes the a<l appeared and adjustment ol bill m»oe. All classified advertising copy sub- mined by persons residing ovit*We oi the city must be accompanied by cast*. .Rates may easily be computed from the ftborc table. • tdvertlElnff ordered for Irregular insertions tftXe the one time table. No responsibility «>» be lflken f °J more than one Incorrect Insertion at Grocery elor« and A-room and bath living quarters attached. Newly decorated mid pattfatly furnished (electric range, refrigerator, electric water hral- er. comptele dining room suite, ««*' oil he<ucr>. Also 2-room unfurnished apartment. This was formerly Dyer"* Grocery, located at 125 South IJIIy Just i'» block of/ Main Street DM pavement. Excellent foj-ailon, Untidy for rwl- dents In the JH-W Walker Addition. Complete set or nice fixtures including meat display box u'lth new unit, new Gl.ring machine. National rash register, adding machine, candy cnse, cjipckoiit counter, iGlaticta and wait ehplvlntf. Have a small Inventors' of ^recedes on hand. This Is a walkout proposition. Owners live In Memphis, said KPt an offer w-Uh small casb down payment or will exchange (or other property. What tistvf you? Call for an appointment to Inspect this property today. KEMP WHISENHUNT. Ph. 34W FIELDER PERRY i a en s Milk cow. J. A. liosklns, Half Moon. 29 pk or reject any ad. Apartment tor Rent Modern 3 room apt., location. Ph. 3665. Royal Typewriter. Bales A; fiervlce. Exclusive Dt.tirtbutorfi. New .t Utcd Machines on easy terms. Try our rental-purchase plan. Johnson Of (Ire Equipment, Co,, 132 8. FJroftdwny, I'h, 4120, 12 ,11 ck 1 31 Tahle top oil range, Cheap, ph or 4059- J ; J L&rjre used bnny bed, and niatlrefis. 4 jPh. 6058. Ill pk 8 j room lura. apartment Frlr»le Uth. Adults. 510 Wise, T \™ 6pl£ )6 1 rm. far. apt. Call 2817 Bclore 11 For Sale, Reof Estate VVHt trade irfy home nt 2120 Ken- ' Iviood Drive. Blj'lhevllle lor small well- ' mproved farm nenr Jllythevllle. i 15 iJb Modern Fur. 2 rm. «pl-. closi: In. Ph. CS or 2595. ". ic c " " ""•'Untnr. 3~room apt.. prlvMe elo-e In. Ph. 4i85orMM- "- 26 •> rm fur npt., elcc. kitchen. 108 W. :y.r™: ™M. W i* 3 3 rm. fur. .pi., priv.te, batlii. Hsht and water. $12.50 a week. Call W3. «» E. Davis, City. 11.31 p* Modern apt . 3 rooms snd hnth. new- j, decorated. B ood turnilure. g»i eqiilp- Sent. Ph. 3373. P. Simon. 9,21 cktf : Small Apartments, f urnish- «d. f 8 up per week. Bedrooms *4 up single. 114 West Ash, Ph. 2833. „ 8-4 ck tf ' Auto Supplies and Services ATJTO AND FURNITURE 1XJAN3 Prompt Perfionnl Service Oennral Conttact I'virclms cCorp. 106 South 5th. Phone 6603 Don't endanGer jonr fnmlly *t«h kulty tires— BUY LEE TIRES. CHAPMAN SERVICE STATION Main and Division Phone 2563 Services WIH do your washing and Ironing In «V home. Ph. 6U7. 12J7 Pk 'I'|M ~K MINUTE PHOTO6TATIO SERV- Kf, O'STSEN'3 STUDIO-115 W. MAIN. .,-,-.. Watch and Jewelry Repair' l-O«r »»Tt« on Jewelrr— 3 <!*?» *>n cloclu. dunr«nte«<l work *«pert IPAT O'BRYANT Main & Second laundered * rtretchrf. Mr«. t. n. L«wr.nco. ph. ease. a\\t> P* i|i» Ironing In 1)1 P' " W1U do your wHshlng y H'om«. 712 S, Rose. For Sale, Misc. ' BVjrt lino hlby bed ulth m«U»M. mood condition. $1». Pn/ 8369 after o £m7 M' P* 5 New S room hoxise and tum!ti[re. I-A Jot. 1 ml. Erut Ely School. Kcn- lt«. MO. H.OOO. P»ul Past. 1257 pk 1]7 Save Money When You i Buy — Sell — Trade Used Furniture GUN HARRISON & SON FURNITURE CO. 517 W. Ash Ph. 2552 8-2 ck tt TYPEWRITERS DON EDWARDS CO. HZ W. Walnut Phone 3383 Plenty of Porkisg Space Real Estate Farms—City Property LOANS If Interested In Buying or celling nee Moble Gill Agency REALTORS — Cecil Earls — Hencoe BMg. Ph. 6868 0!30 cV. tr REAL ESTATE If interested in a home or farm, sec us. We have anything from a vacant lot to a plantation. CITY & FARM LOANS CATES-WIGGS REALTORS 115 S. 3rd. St. Blytheville, Ark. Ph. 2751 or 6268 10-3 ck tf Real Estate For Sale New and extra modern 5- room and bath home on new paved street in Northwest part of town. Gas heat, attic fan, tile bath, a kitchen you will really like. Lots, of built- in features. This house is insulated and extra well built. Will G. I. for $700 cash. Price ?9,500. Modern 3-bedroom house at 2005 West Sycamore. Large living room, dining room and kitchen. Gas heat, garage and storage space. Total monthly payments only $37.63. |700 cash will handle. Move in tomorrow. See or call JOHNNY MARR Realtor Phone -1111 Residence Phone 2596 Nlc« lot for s»I». 1108 S. Franklin. 13J2» Pk III *> ftcres near aoanall. Una loamy press l»nd. Main gravel roart. scbcwl bus, mMI route, electricity. 1—5 room ftnd 1—i room frame bouse. 1 pooc barn, can handle with 4 to 5 thousand cash, finance balance. Priced foi quick aale. |18.000~. On market foi abort tlm« only. '2 acres near Kc-lser. about S pri cent sandy lonm. Oood jravol rond Thin plnce .noes not have a house bi la extra good land. 52 acres of Rood blnck land. i$ m from Dypss Colony store on Rrav t road. Good 5 room house with bath extra good b»rn. will trade. Out state owner, What hnvc you KEMP \VH!P".N-HIJNT Til 3409 I 2 Used Tractors 1949 Masse}' Harris "30" Tractor with 2 Row Cultivator. 1949 Massey Harris "44" Tractor with 4 Row Cultivator. 1941 John Deere A with 2 Row Cultivator. 1941 Farmall M with 4 Row Cultivator and 4 Row Planter, 1918 Ferguson with 4 Pieces of Equipment. Many other good used tractors to choose from. . . If you want a good used tractor at a good price go to 61 Implement Co. N. Highway Gl Dial 21-12 12-14 ck tf 3 rooms of furniture for sMp, 212f> Renter. 1229 pk 2 Wanted 2 rldrrs to Calif.. Ixj, Ansclos art* ! leave Rhout nth. rh. 4124. 12,28 pX T«-o colored fnmlllca lo mnXe shur crop, contact T. J. Banter 103 N Franklin. |j 2S ck v t ncrp fiurn A- more lor pnlo npn rr. Ark., npt adjoining more ™lt [nil modern conveniences, with electr water pump, hot fc cold water. Rn gas hrru. Alto t trnani house. On main grace] rond. Priced at *225 pe acre. Only $3.no<] cash. Balance ev. long time terms. J W. Meyer Wilson. Arfc. 11 CX Lost & Found PHILLIPS HAS "A-l" CARS I.OSE — Blf b!«ck horse mule. . slehted. Wt. 1200 Ibs. Call 9788. . px For Sale or Lease Eqtllp Small grocery (tore with living quarters, Dojng good business In suburbs of BlTtl-.eTllle. win Invoice BtocX and rent hullaing lor (30 per month, or pell property outright. Am In hospital now. Cell after 6 p.m. lor Interview, or ph. 4179. 1228 pit l;j 4—670-15 white Ridewall tires. New. Ph. 6119. 1229 pit 5 7 ft. Frijldalre Refrigerator. Fire*tone Washing ifachlne. half bed. Duo Therm oil clrci.latlng heater, ph. 6473. Alf«U» hay $W per ton. 14 mile south of Orlder on 61. A. 0. Duclos. Rt. I. »OI 333-B, Osctol*. 1[1 pk S FOB SA1.K OR LEASE r*rw Whltcway Drive-Inn: ment $4.000: Rent SM per mo. fxX): Rent J20 per Mo. Will Te'l" eom plete Ineluoln? U-o buildings on thn lots on Hwy. 67 In Corning, »15,000. Hill farms running from *5 to !• 'ir-rts: bottom farms 30 to 300 aert Tbtse farms will produce rice. cor_ bennj. cotton and some »1II malt good stock farms and tlmberland Feed store In good town. Buy « and bulldln? or lease building UnnsMBllr (jood bill farm: 121 Acres 62 acres In hills. M In bottoms- 18 5« 40 acres, new btilMlns!, Tc rv nl. borne $4250 On a hits route. Bus Station, service station, srocer and cafe, combination In cornln?. CU property Including homrs lots buMncsses, other farms anrt busli es too numerous to mention If Interested in any lypa ot re* e«tat« call, wire or wnie L. A. SCR1VSER CORXINQ, ARK. 1951 Ford Victoria This beautiful car is equipped with Kordoma- tic transmission, radio and heater. Very low mileage. '49 Chevrolet $1145 Here is a very nice late model car at Phillips down - to - earfh price. Reautiful black 2-door Sedan. '47 Ford $845 This 1947 Ford Tudor has a shining ninrnnn finish, radio, heater iuid white siclcwall tires. '46 Ford ..-..., $795 That's right! Just $795 buys this attractive grey Tudor Sedan. Drive it today. '48 Chevrolet $895 A I'/z-Ton Truck with stake body...750 x 20 front tires, 825 x 20 on the rear. Radio and heater. '49 CMC $795 This !/j-Ton Pickup is an excellent buy at only $795. Take a demonstration drive. Black color. '48 Ford $695 This i/j-Ton Stake Pickup is yours for just $fi!)5. Black finish. .Make n better trade at Phillips. '48 Ford $645 A '/j-Ton Stake Pickup. Red color. For the best truck trade, come to Broadway and Chickasawba. SALESMEN: Joe Warren, Cecil Conneli, Ray Cole, Bernard Gooch. Broadway & Chickasawba mnpauy Phone 4453 For Rent Concrete block bldg. 24 x 0. Concrete floor. In front of Armory Hall. Ph. 2566. 1-1 pk 8 Modern <Duplex Apt. See Mrs- Wll- <m, 1504 Henrn. Ph. 2909. 12.29 pit 5 3 room modern turn. hoiiHc. con- eiilently located. Call 2137. 12J29 ck tf Insurance 2 3-room iinfur, Rpta., prlvfttc bain. Vired lor electricity. Ph. 3286. 12i3l yy. fi ft room liouBe end bnth. 3 bedrooms, arnge- $55 j)er inoulh. 505 North riwfty. Coll Johnny Mnrr.' 4111 or 538. •" 12|27 ck 113 Store building it 138 E. Main, now Kcupled by Felix Carney's Blylhsvllle Sales Co. AvRltable Jan. 1st. T. J Barnes. 12110 ck t! Store building nt 13B ¥. Main, now cciiplcd by Felix Cnrney's Ulythevllle nlcs Co. Avultnblo Jan. 1st. T, J. ea, 12)10 ck tf Modern CRbtni St Apti., Lost Do? mirtH. Ph. 9951. ll|lfl ck U16.52 4 rni. house <k bath. Ph. 7661. - - - ' 12I2D nk. 6 80 ocres to-..be farmed w^th tractor ntl 4-row equipment. J. n. Gathlngs, uxora. Ark. 12,21 pk i;4 3 room unfurnished house. Call Irs. J. E. Ljvwrence, 6250. 12,2S pk 1J4 Wonted to Buy Used Wl»dow«. Ph. 2701, 12,27 pk 3 We will pay CASH for your old Inks, cameras and lenses [or purls. O'STEEN'3 STUDIO. 115 WKST Mn.n 12:4 ck tt We Buy Fur and Pccnns We pny highest prices tor wild pecans and fur. See us before you sell. Joe Hester. So. .Highway 61. Phone 2632. 12 ; 28 pX I,28;52 Feather* new or n.scd Best prices piid. Central Fenthnr Compnny, 152.1 sas Avc.. East St. Louis, 111. n 24 pk t ; 25 FARMS - FARMS - FARMS- WANTED We have .ipvrrnl cash buyers lor laig nnd small [nrms who dirt not grt located this j-eAt Will buy now imbjpc! o possession for the year 1952. As you <now. most oT yniir lanrt buyers come irom ihe Smith ir you want to «ei; or trnclc your (arm see. write or cnll RIALESLANDCo. BLYTHEVILLE Ph 332J 12110 CX 1110 Call 4553 For Complete Insurance Protection W. J. Pollard Aeency Planned Protection 124 W Ash St. GLENCOE HOTEL BUILDLNCJ 4.3 ck t, Modern cnblna At Apts., Lost Courts. Ph. MM. UjlS ck 11 Private Rooms 2 bedrooms. p?t. bath. ph. 4G*3. i2;ia pic ill! Steam hented bedroom Rdjolnlni bath, men only Clcwc In ph 4432 U13Q c* t Bedroom, closs In. adjoining bath conFtant hot water, Ph. 2592. 12; 3. pit Cnmfartahte bedrooms, newly ileca ruled, conveniently locHtert, Women only. Ph. 25H 12:29 pk H./p 1 white or colored rnmllles to mak ftrecrop. Turner KlaseU. 112 E. Av«., ph, 2775, BJythevIlle, I'.2 pk WANT TO BUY USED Ferguson Steel Wheels Ferguson Grader Blades Jack Robinson Implement Co. Blythevillt, Arkansas — Phone 2371 Hollywood Continued from Page 4 meat, ask If It Is real and guess its weight. Director George Cukor dismisses the company [or lunch qulp- "And get somebody to guard this •oast. The price of meat being what t Is, I don't trust anybody." • • • Once upon a lime it was corn- 'Inkes that doubled for snow In Holywood, but now the unbleached cereal Is obsolete. Great bags or the makings of un»-date snow are being hauled on Warners' "Retreat, Hell" set as Piank Lowijoy and Richard Carlson rehearse a scene against the back- round of Korea. Workmen deftly mix the materials and within minutes there !s nn expanse of sparkling, frosty terrain, r read the labels on the bags and discover the movte snow is now compounded of ground-up peanut shells gypsum, procel. resin, salt and beet sugar. A mouthful of the mixture when :he wind machines blow Is enough to make an emoter resign from the Screen Actors Guild. No Team for thl« B»br Yvonne De Carlo, gorgeous »« dance-hall girl of early San Francisco. Is the big- attraction on the set of "Scarlet Angel." t UI. She's playing a scene with Rock Hudson. Danish beauty Bodll Miller and a six-months-old baby. On tlie sidelines stand (wo mothers holding slanrlh.r babies that will be rushed Into the scene If baby No. 1 crifs. But the .standby toU and their standby mothers are doomed to disappointment.. The first Infant gurgles, coos and finishes the scene like a veteran. And as his mother triumphantly carries him away, he gets icy looks from the mamas of the two thwarted pablum guzzlers. * "• • . Catherine McLeod and Hober. Clarke are playing a love scene in American Pictures' "Sworrt of "Ven us." It's another historical swash buckler, but the swordplay clatte has been stilled to allow the principles to get a little Glibert-aarbo byplay into the action.' Director Harold Daniels alertt Bob and Catherine, and I witness what turns out to be an over-loni kiss. When the director finally yell "Cut," Catherine utters two word that aren't in the script. The seeni has to be re-shot. Not only Is the kiss longer li duration than movie censors permit but Catherine's yelp of "Sttpm creepers!" Isn't In the spirit of th IRth Century. I hope this won't get Hollywood in wrong with the Society for thi Protection of Butterflies, hut I staric popeyed KB workmen chaM t strAy butterfly (round th« set of "The Girl Next Door," at Fo«, It's an interior shot and the alr- »rn« caterpillar clearly doesn't be- on g;. When fly >w»tt«rs and spray guns ail, mn electrician turns lo Hudd Weatherwax. owner of Lassie, and ska him what to do about the butterfly. "I wouldn't know," says Weatherwax loftily. "I don't train butter•Ites." FORD commend rrom Page I eluded, work and ownership of re- fall grocery stores, log scaling and mauling near Dumas, painter for Little Rock Railway and Electric Company, soft drink salesman shipping clerk for an Ice crean company, rice farmer, ailtomobih agency work, and the transfer business. The latter business wns operated at England, Ark., just after th turn of the century. "I hauled freight and everything .n a horse-drawn wagon." Mr. Forf remembers, "until 1906 when tin livery stablec ran me out of bust ness." i Mr. Ford worked in the Insurance business as district manager fo AOUW Life Insurance Company hi Litle Rock during the twenties. In 1938, he went Into the insurance business In Blytheville which he still retains. He also owns a farm one and one-half miles from Gosnell. At Easter. Mr. Ford raises $25 for Ihe Salvation Army's "Self-Denial Fund." He also works in the crippled children's division of Blythe- vllle's Kiwanis Club, helping place crippled youngsters in the Shrinefs Home for Crippled Children in St. Louis. He Is * 32nd degree Mason, Scottish Rites. » Shriner ol the Sahara Temple nt Pine Bluff, Blue Lodge and Commandry member and belongs to the Kiwanls Club, Mr. Ford was married to Lena Ruth Rou In Little Rock 35 years ago and they have six children Joseph Borneman, Mrs. Lorene Clampitt, Mrs. Catherine Luyet Mrs. Irene Shaver. Eddie W. Ford and Willis R. Ford. All are married and he has 17 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The Scent Remaint LONDON, lift— Just the thing, to charm the absent boyfriend is per fumed writing paper which sup posedly retains its scent, indefinite ly. Developed by a Scottish company, you can "scent" you man with lillies, roses, gardenias o black narcissus. The perfume is sprayed on the paper. Slocks were sold out in two weeks when fir placed on the market. Help Wanted, Male S short order cook. Apply A(j- Cafe. Ash & Broadway ph 12118 cfc tf Order GOAL Phone 3186 • Prompt Delivery NOW/ HESTER'S Coal Yard • Courteous Service operators for ?; Urn* Offlin Slcsrty work, call 4326 or Box 455. 1229 pk Therapists Are Needed HALIFAX. N.S. (AP) — More physical and occupational therapists are needed in Nova Scotin. said Dr. W. TX Tcveiison. chief nciiro-snr- geon of tho Vir.toria Hospital. In an address here. He snid. Ihe whole of CnnfldA hns to he supplied with trained therapists troni ^fcGi^ University and (he University of Toronto. Utclic.u Prlcrs paid for cars. Iron. a* nnrt }\mk of all Xltids. cnll us for lckupF, KAST M.\TN .TUNK YARD I'HO.VE 63JO 1218 pk 1:28,52 Notice Room find board. Meals to Ihc Public BrftcJdn'a Bonrdtng Hou.te, 126 E. Ash St. Ph. 4382- 12,10 pk 1;10 I clenn ond repair fill mnkcs oil stoves nnt\ floor furnaces rh. 6^^5, Hurry Myers, 12 15 pic 1 1653 SPECIAL 15.0(1 Ci-Dine Oil Wave £7.50 10.00 Crcme Wave cold or mnchineless $5.00 Other Permanents ?3.50 up. BEAUTY BAR Ph. 3202 Glcucoc Hotel Bldg. 12-27 ck 1-27 FOR SALE Concrelc culverts, 12 Inch (o 48 Inch, plain or repnforced. Also Concrete BtiiltHng Blocks cheaper thnn lumber for barns, rhickrn homes, pump houses, tenant houses, tnol sheds. We deliver. Call us Tor fr«« estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone 601 Delinting&TreatingService We are now operating our NEW Carver Delint- ing and Treating Plant. All new equipment including latest mode! Slurry (liquid) trea(er. All sacks elec(rically sewed ... we guarantee yo» quick, eficienl and satisfactory service. Seed accepted in truck or carload lots.. .discount on all lots of 5 Ions or more. Insure a better stand and less rust damage by treating your seed. Bring your seed EARLY and avoid the rush. WARD GIN COMPANY No. Highway 61 — Blytheville _ Phone 3T56 Not Really Moss Spanish moss is not R moss nnrl never has been in Spain. This beautiful Mr plant is an herb growing in Ihc southern United States nnrt tropical America. Job Wanted Experienced barber, reliable and sober, moving to Ulytrievllle. References. Write Chailed Bedford. Farms. Mo. . W pH S Try Our Famous JUMBO FAN TAILED FRIED SHRIMP Exclusively at the RAZORBACK Why Eat at Home ? When You Can Get 2 Chore* Pieces of GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN Complete with French Fries 900 Only the RAZORBACK BEAUTIFUL CUT STONE HOUSE On Highway 61 North Open for lmp«cilnn From t l« 5 p.m. Dally i BEDROOMS — Z BATHS — |M.*M This Inrrlr hnm« I* quality throvghnmt. Beautiful TT shaped kitchen, lifetime Gener* t»bine(« with all the acr-rxtorie*. Including Kltrhen-Alrle Dishwasher. Dining room, Apneiovs Hrlng ro«m with marble and mirror Brepl»r». The 1 be4rm>m« have l»rt« iralk-In ctdar llnerl closets. Both tile bath* hare colored flxtvres. Sl?r?.st-plm In large floor;* attic. Ijirite teme« In k«ck with barbecue pit. Yn« will Hk« Ihto »y«cl<>«» 14ftxI25 ft. lanrlscajx^ corner lot. i>on'l tall to InveMltrale th« »1«rtlnes« »n* eholc* mateHali •*ed in conilrirllon ol li\l» h«OM. JOHNNY MARK, REALTOR OITIce Fhont till He>. Pnitne {SM BARGAINS FOR ALL! YES!...You will benefit by a Irip to Sullivan- Nelson's used cur lot...the big lot on Walnut Street. You'll find a car or truck in every price range. • 19'48 Chevrolet Fleetlin* 2-door Sedan., .equipped with radio, heater and defroster. See this one today. • 1950 Ford V-8 custom Tudor Sedan. . .equipped with plastic seat covers, heater and defroster A bargain. • 1919 Plymouth special deluxe 4-door Sedan.. .wflh seat covers, heater and defroster. . .driven only 14,000 miles AND all in the city! Looks like new. • 1948 Plymouth deluxe 4-door Sedan. A real nice family car that's priced at only.. .$799. • 1947 Chevrolet Fleelline 4-door Sedan...with radio, heater and defroster. You will like this one. These cars and many more are here for you to see at Sullivan-Nelson's IKg Used Car Lot—priced way below OPS ceiling prices. • 1946 International 1^-Ton Truck w jf h 6 go()d tires ...motor runs good. It's a dandy for only...$395. • J947 Dodge l'/ 2 -Ton Truck with body. New motor. Here is a real bargain. . . . special, $459. • 19-18 International '/ 2 -Ton Pickup Truck in A-l condition all over. Guaranteed OK. Only $595. Many More to Choose From. Remember, You Can Always Make a Good Deal at SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET COMPANY "The Big Used Car Lot on Walnut Street" 301 West Walnut Phone 4578 FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Off ice & Bulk Plant—Promised Land ; -^^—^^^^"^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^ Big Sale Going On! Pontiac Catalina ... a really handsome 2-tone C 4 T O I™ color, radio, heater, white <4> I i U 1% sidewall tires ... low I I •••J mileage. Sale price .... W-W Chevrolet 4-door Sedan. . gleaming black finish. A C trui.v fine car with radio -4 and heater. Horner-Wilson's sale price Oldsmobiie Convertible that's equipped with everything: Hydra malic drive, radio, healer, good tires, perfect (op. Now.. Ford '/ 2 -Ton Pickup now on sale! This fruck has a heater and good (ires. Guaranteed condition. Yours now for only . CMC '/z-Ton Pickup at a super-special price! Just $795! Has new (ires and a ffiaranteed motor. Now- priced at just Bodge 3/4-Ton Pickup at a terrific bargain price! This (ruck has a heater, good tires, good motor. Check this price International I'/z - Ton short wheelbase Truck now priced to give you a real bargain. Low mileage, too. N'ow on sate at $1 $1 We'r« Trading High—Come in Today! HORNER-WILSON MOTOR CO. Your Oldsmobile-GMC Truck Dealer 1 Used Car Lor - - - 300 East Main Strati Just Call 6151

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