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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 7, 1952
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY T, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION 0»lly x*M per line for consecutive fawtlon: ,_„ Ulaimum charg* 5° c 1 time pfr line lie | times per line per day J2c | tines per line per day 8c 6 tlme& per Hn'e per day 7c 12 times ped line per day 5c Vonlh per line W c Count five average words to the line. Ad ordered for three or six times «»« •topped before expiration will be charged for the number of tl fires the »<J •ppe&red and adjustment of bt]l made. All classified advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside ot the cliy must be accompanied by cash. I Bates may easily be computed from I ft hi* irregular In- 3 n«w plywood motor boat*. Young rubbltft, trying e!z«. 604 W, Ash St.. ph. M7«. 15 pk e for Sale, Real £ it ate equity In Modern « room housp, call 4698, 1 7 II* 13 Will trade m? home at 2120 Kenwood Drive, fllythevllle for small well- Improred farm near Blythevklle. 12 rth REAL ESTATE the above labl«. Advertising orderrrt for Mrlloas take the one time tabl«. No responsibility win De taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion oi sny classified ad. All ads are restricted to Ihrtr proper classification, style and type. The Courier News reserves the right to edit or reject any ad. ~F*male Help Wanted YG2 ACRBS Thle Is hale snd A half to ACT* land. well drained, with «oocl gravel road by Ihe residence, 3 -bed room horm- with Butane heating system. 19 tenant hoiiseE, mostly 4 »n<l 5 roonu; a 110x60 concrete block mRchlne Khrjp: 32xSO hed; 3 /rnila barns; R new ulird ' or combines, new heed nous*-; ntttcr tl ,iwii»R. Farm Is equipped with everything to farm It. This Is ROCK! Mts.ils- s I p . . County land at R !u*- prJce of \Ve wish to exprpRA our sincere ap- pitclRUon to our many friends ftnu neighbors who snowed kindness during the recent death of our Imsbnna end son. Hev. L. D. Davenport. SVe. ts- peclnlly vninl to than* the ministers for their comfoitlng words. m»r ood s richest blessing rest <ipon each one f °"' Mrs. R. L. Davenport. Wife Mr. Louis DAvenporl. Father 1,1 pk 8 S210 per acre »nd worth the Loolc this one over. ""KAY'BECK, OSCEOLA Ph. 075 or R. M. BECK, BI.YTHEV1U.K Ph. 2893 l'3 pit 10 Apartment tor Rent Apis for rent. Apply 40* Muln. 1,7 pk 3 room lurn apt., private hnth. hoi H«wr. 307 N. First. PH. «60.^ ^ ^ "~3 rro fur. apt.. Elcc. Kitchen. 10B W. Kp. Ph. 3109. 1;S PK « 3 room furn. apt., lurn. Ph. J552. . 1|4 pit 8 Modern Fur. 2 rro. npt.. close In. Ph. »56S or 2595. 1V« & tt J turnlshed npu. of tht tetter claw. tto» in. with garages. 703 & 7M West Aah. ph. 4552. 114 exit 3 rm. unlur. opt., private bath, new- )r decorated. Nice locution, PH. 3J2J. 4 rrr.runlur. house k b»th. Eltc. Hot water hente.-. ph. 9665. 1)4 pk 8 Modern apt.. 3 rooms find bath, new- ty decorated, good furniture, gas equipment. Ph. 3373. F. 31roon. 8,21 c* " Small Apartments, furnished. $8 up per week. Bedrooms $4 up single. 114 West Ash, Ph. 2833. 8-4 ck tf Auto Supplies and Services Don't endanger your family with Oulty tires—BUT LEE TIRES. CHAPMAN SERVICE STATION Main and Division " Phone 2563 12113 ck 11 Service! PHOTOBTATIO 8ERV- , O'STEEN S 6TUDIO-1I5 W. MAIN. 121* ek tt i Watch and Jewelry Repair »errlcfl on Jewelry — 3 day* on *»tche4 and cloclta. auamntcert worK done by «»p«t ifpalrmen. I^owest *PAT O'BRYANT Main & Second 10|3 C* tf OiirtatDK launaered A *tr«tched. Mrs, . ». Lavrence. ph. 6259. 13)10 pk 1|10 W1H do your washing ny home. '712 E. Hose. Ironing In 1]1 pk For Sole, Misc. Save Money When You } Buy — Sell — Trade Used Furniture GLIN HARRISON & SON FURNITURE CO. 617 W. Ash Ph. 2552 8-2 ck tt TYPEWRITERS DON EDWARDS CO. 112 W Walmil Plenty of Parking Space Real Estate Farms — City Property If Interested In Gill Agency REALTORS — Cecil Earls — Glencoe Bldg. Ph. G8G8 Real Estate For Sale New and extra modern 5- room and bath home on new paved street in Northwest >art of town. Gas heat, attic "an, tile bath, a kitchen you will really like. Lots of bnill- n 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 iving room, dining room and <itchen. Gas heat, gnrage and storage space. Total monthly payments only J37.G3. ?700 cash will handle. Move in tomorrow. See or call JOHNNY MARR Realtor « Phone 4111 Residence Phone 2596 300 BROADWAY '47 Ford $845 A beautiful maroon Tudor equipped with radio, heater and while sidcwall tires. Only §815; '47 Ford $795 Take a demonstration drive in this 1347 Ford Tudor Sedan. C nines equipped with heater. '48 Chev $1045 This 1948 Chevrolet is a shining black Aero.serian. Has both radio and heater. Now jusl $JUJ5. '46 Nosh $595 Here's a real bargain in a 104(i Nash 2-door Sedan, the "GOO" model. At Phillips, only ?595. 300 BROAD WAY '48 Ch«v $895 A 1'/2-Ton Stake Truck with hoth radio and hcat- er. 750 x 20 tires in front —825x20 rear. Now, $895 '48 Ford $645 Another '/2-Ton Ford Slake' Rirkup. For your (ruck, tome first to the Ford place in lilydicville. '49 CMC $795 '48 Ford You s;c( a lot for your nionev in Iliis !!))» OMC l/i-Ton Pickup. At 1'hil- lips Motor Co, it's only $705. $695 A 1!M8 Ford '/j-Ton Sliike 1'k-Juip. Get Ihe host truck trade at 1'hil- lips Motor Co. . . 300 Hroadway. Nice lot for Mle. 1101 R. Franklin. 1T29 pk 1!I2 167 «crM of the but upUnd In Southeast Missouri with cxceilpiit hn- proscmfntj. Will mine unythlni;. S30.000.00. JOE O. RADIOAN, Realtor Dexter, Mo. 1;5 rt 8 For Sate or Lease FOR BALI OH LEASH Hew White wny DrlTe-Inn: Equipment $4.000: Rent $5£> per mo. New DMsjr Queen: Equipmet 4.- XX): Rent «W per Mo. Will 300 BROADWAY SAU« MANAGBR: Rernard Gnoch SALESMEN: Joe Warren, Cecil Connell, Kay Cole. Broadway & Chickasawba Phone 4453 For Rent Business Opportunities Room 18 feet wide by 75 feet long, located 106 S. 5th I *;'£„£ S^'or' OPPORTUNITY established local husine.'.s who ra^h needs n EUent ,. _. _ __ _ tik credit. This Street. Iliis been occupied by ls lvorln invc«iB»ting. writt no* M-I. ., ,-,„,,. , c,o Courier News. 1'3 pk 10 Cr.C.P.G. is vncant, you can move in any time. Will lease Notice 3 to 10 years. Gas licat, tile floor, renr door into alley. Call or write Tom Little Realty Co., Phone Main. 2323—10!) \V. 1-7 ck 13 Twl hcdroom imfUf, apt. 128 W. Ky. $35.00 per month: ftl^o fur. gnrage apt. Desirable for couple. Frank c. Douglas, Phone 2fifl2, 2943. 1 pk 10 3 rm. stucco house with bnth. htucl- wootl floors. 300 Sawyer St.. Ph. 3_.i95 or 4563. iji ck tf 4 room hoiis St. Ph. 3072. and h^th. G16 N. llth i;s pk 12 Small fnrm fo rent out to «mall farmer, write ptutlcxilnrs, of your elt- lo B6x_B4, Roselanct. Atk. ' !'•! pk 13 plcte Inchi Jin? two buSHlIniui on three Store buUdlng f\t 133 E. Main, no' com- occupied by Felix Carney's Blythcville lot> on In Coining. 115.000, Hill f*Tn\B ninnlnfr from 40 to 1BO rea: bottom farms 30 to 300 nrrcs Thfs» tntms will produc* rice, corn b«nna, cotton and some will make good itoclr rnrn^a unrt tlmbcrlnnd. ftd atore In frond town Buy utock d building or lease building nmiiBUr good hill rnrm: 122 Acres, iicrca In hH!a. 60 In bottoms: 18,500. 0 acres, new buildings, rery ulce horns $4?M) On r\ bus roiife. Bus Station, service station, grocery »nd cifa combination In CornlnR. City propenT including homes. Iota and bUHine«pes. Other fitrms »nd bunlness- fa too niimprou.i tn mention. If IntcrcAtrd In uny type of reM «nt» enlS. wLre or write L A. ECRIVNER CORNING. ARK. 12|11 ck 1|1I!32 building nt 138 F. Main, now ccupird by P'ellx Carney's Rlyclipvlllu ; Rle* Co. Available Jan. 1st. T. J. Barnes. 12-10 ck tl Wanted to Buy We will pay CASH for yoxir old KodnXs, cnmpras und lenses for p:\rts. O'STEIN'S STUDIO, 115 WEST Mnin 13]4 Ck tf We Buy Fur and Pecans \Ve pay hlprhr-st prices for wild pe- cnn* nnd fur. See us before yftu sell. Joe Iloster, Sn Mlghwny 61. Ptionr 2 12 23 pK 1 23,52 Used Tractors 1949 Massey Harris "30" Tractor \vith 2 Row Cultivator. 1949 Massey Harris "44" Ti-actor with 4 Row Cultivator. Feathers new or used Best prte« paid Central Frnthcr Company. 1523 Knnsas Ave. East St. Louis, I1J. 132A pit t 25 FARMS - FARMS - FARMS- WANTED 1041 John Deere A with 2 ] Row Cultivator. e several e^sh buyers for larpe lj fnrm.' who d)d nos pet lo CRte<l Ibis year Will buy now subject . At yo -U'<1JL riUIUHIJ lU WHn '1 KO\Vij now rnost of your lanil hiiT r* CO V Cultivator and 4 Row Planter, ["om ihe south n ro\> want to ><•> 19-18 Ferguson with -1 Pieces m'/vY'trcT 1 X"kTr\ /^ C °' of Equipment. Kl ALES LAND Co, Many other good used tractors to choose from. . . If you ivant a good used tractor at a good price go to 61 Implement Co. N. Highway 61 Dial 2U2 12-M ck tf BLYTHEV1LLE 15'ld ck 1110 Jllchost Prices paid for cars, Iron racs Bntl Junlc ot ftll Jtlnd.i. CA\1 us fo pickups. EAST MAIN JUNK YARD PHONE 8930 1228 pic M2B.S! Help W«ntml Alfalfa hay $40 per ton. >: Of Orlder on fil, A. C D; Box 735-B, Oceolfi, mile youth , -los. Rt. I. • ri py a . Co AvnUnble Jixn. Modern cublna ovuts. Ph. 9951. 1st. T. J. 12.10 ck :/ 11.16 ck Ijl6.52 Store building, 2 loor. Acropj; from ice Clmtlle Hrlyht. Stor< I x CO. Concrete Delia Implement. 3 pit 10 Moricrti cabin* Courts, Ph 9051. Apts.. Lost tl,16 ck 1' ROT •1 room houie. with hnt w.-ntrr hprtt- •, vpnptlan hllndfi. 514 Chlcknsawha ft!I P73-1. 1 J 5 pX 10 bolore 6 p DsrtA o!othing bought anrf . Third. Ph. S001. Room nncl bonrd. Meals to the Pub- .rxin'3 Donnllng Hoti.^p. Ph. 4382 12.10 | I clean ar •lores and i Harry Myers. 1|10 i oil furnaces. Ph. 12J15 pic 1]16;52 SPECIAL 15.00 Creme Oil Wave $7.50 10.00 Creme Wave cole! or rrmchineless ?5.00 Other Permanents $3.50 up. BEAUTY BAR TK. 3202 Glencoe Hotel Bltlg. 12-27 ck 1-27 FARMERS Don't Forget We Sell Your Tractor On A Commission Basis No Charge for No Sale. Jack Robinson Implement Co. niytheville, Arkansas — Phone 2371 Hollywood (Continued from Page 4) fer than has been used by Holly wood. And .she's so much wiser :han her critics, believe me. 11 LILI PALMER, revealing how she memorizes lines (or TV and movies: "I learn my script while I'm under the dyer In the beauty parlor. I think the licitl bakes it in." DIRECTOR CHUCK .WALTERS, on Judy Garland's hit at (he Palace: "Love reflccU love, people love Judy and for the first time she truly loves people. There's none of the fear and cringing away from people that Judy went through at one time. When Judy gives of herself, there's some o[ her blood on the film." * • « KATY JURADO, ihe Mexican fireball, on the male sex: "One mans een 'Ollywoorl een- soll me on radio. He say, 'Katy, yon I/he mans?' Theese PCS \trfg eensnlt to me. Anybody, can look on me ami see r love mans. Should I love womans? what ees thees?" MARIE WINDSOR, on the subject of romance: "Right now I'm at liberty. I'm not between pictures, but I'm between heart interests." * • * ALAN NJXON, talking ot his movie career: "Dis-associating myself from be- ins Marie Wilson's husband helped my career more than anything else. Not that I wanted Marie to divorce me. "But men marry women stars and something goes wrong. You fall into their shadow." A New "Profile"? DIRECTOR BUD BOETTICHER, about Scott Brady: "Scott's going to be a great star. Aside from his ability, there's something fey about him. It's what Barrymore had. "We went, te! a sneak of our picture, 'Bronco Buster.' Two little girls rushed up and said, "will you give us your autograph, Mr. Brady?' "Scott said, 'I'll give you more than that. I'll give you the shirt off my back.' He took off his shirt, rijirwd It Into two pieces, autographed each part ami gave half the shirt to each girl. "I was embarassed as heck, but I have a great respect for an actor who has this wonderful quality." MARILYN B U P E RD, former Miss America, on becoming a star In Italy: "I'm R star, but the Kalian public ha s never heard my voice. It's always dubbed In later by an Italian actress. Very few English stars speak their own dialogue in Italian movies. Magnanl and Ingrid Berg- mas are exceptions." NOTICE OF mssonmo.v of » LIMITED PARTNERSHIP STATE OP ARKANSAS. 5S. COUNTY OF MISSISSIPPI We, W. L. Moxlcy and John W Caudill, the subscribers, having formed a limited co-partnership under date of January 5, 1951 and now having ' dissolved sain limited co-partnership pursuant to the laws of the state of Arkansas, do hereby certify ant! state: .r. That the said co-partnership Is now, by mutual consent and agreement, dissolved and that the firm Moxley Theatres, is now owned atlc opernled entirely by W. i,. MMley the General partner. 11. Thnt the Limited Partner, John W. Caudill, no longer has any right, title or interest In and to the said Moxley Theatres. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands this 14th day of December, 1951. W. L. Moxley John W. Caudill ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATE OP ARKANSAS. S3. COUNTY OP MISSISSIPPI BE IT REMEMBERED, that on this day came before me. the undersigned, a Notary Public within and for the County aforesaid, duly commissioned and acting, W. L. Moxley and John W. Caudill, to me Nol Really Moss Spanish moss is not a moss and never has been in Spain. This beautiful air plant is an herb growing in the southern United States and tropical America. Help Wanted, Male armm'3 267^. .MAN with rrn Uy fo s Bhort order cooic. Apply Ab- Caje, Ash is Brondway, ph 12.18 ck tt Salesman Wanted WANTED for a lifetime Job U *ecwity. Splendid oppnrtnn- the [xittire. No Investment, no rspr-rlrncr! neptlpd. Sfxty-yrnr-ohl nfnciurcr will start you In business with complete stock or iRst-seHlnK homo iind farm necessities, imtlonnlly known nn(t advertised. Attractive fipc- clnl rtdvftntn«e.'. Plci\s;uu. iternmnent Store building located 105- »"; k <•" tmsiwonhy men ot an » 5 cs, ^,._,..,,. „" ... . . «ni! women too. Complete Information 107 \V. .\laill Street lor rCllt ; Iroe. Write todny. Jmt say 'Tell me will IPIRO f«M- -mv npl'ir\rl nr: hou " J rnlx pel Rt(va <ly worV: at Koo<l \\iii lease 101 ,m.\ pei loci oi., W! .. r]ph , 113W .. A ,,,i rp ., s M CC ONKON Lime from 3 years lo 10 yeavs.' ANn ( -' l - ) . D fi't. i'A-ii29. winonn, Minn. This ia building where Jim 1 1|7 rk 8 Hrown Store was located. It is 50 feet wide by 120 feet long witb upstairs room in rear of building 50 feet wide. !j n ',l s °f BJ * rl ,*""n s ,. by 4S feet lonj;- -^' sr) have!" sjxtcc 20 feet wide twtwcnmci building and alloy, paved for 1 ;^ parking trucks. Will rent alllci to one tenant or will divide into '2 store rooms '25 feet wide. FiiiiMinrr is vacant and ready fur truant. Tom Little Uenlly Co. Phone '.«:>;>—10!) \V. ck 13 nted the dirfrrent and ciMrcry onrrlod mrrrhr\nritsr. Mini jitoIltFi lor Ralrsinun nntl merit, Rffy.iw trrrkoty w.intrrf. Con- Irt's Frortiu-ts Co.. 61 WPM. Pprn- Ind, 1 7 pk 8 Sterling; Coins In (he Unitrd State.i sterling silver is fl2,5 por cent .^Jvrr and 7.5 pe: 1 rent copper, which is the sninc proportion E\S Hint used in British coinage 1 . A Servlcr Rorfil Typewriter, S Fxclufilve Dlsttlbnlors. , Machines on easy tprm^ Trr < rpnt- plan, Johnson Office Equipment Co, 111 S. Broadway ph " 2fl - 11.11 cV 1.31 ! Ph. 6058. used baby bed, Used elco. Iron. ph. 3 pk 10 Dniff tvnd lEquor etort nt Citron. Mo Established IS rears. R«R 5 on tor Vell- Inp IB health. Also mndcrn home WrU« or roc Rcorse -Smsit, N>w Madrid. Mo., rr Henderson To*-nscnd, Cairon, Mo, A PF»»\MNFNT POSITION' Will employ locnl man or Indy fo full or purl thin- snlrs work Ln around BlylhevUIc, Take orders Rral.tllk HosJeo' Mills. Nation wily ftd- vertlsed. Many ret;\»Ur cxistomrrs tn Illy the vl 11* ftnd IhrouRhont territory. New Sprlns llnp Jtist out. Drcsfea. lingerie, hosiery, skirts, raincoats—Mctr* . , underivpftr. srilTts. ties. etc. i Ham pi pa furnlphrd. No Inve.Mrr-nt, SI?P nd mattress, i O r write r/»-ils Fronts. R*aU;lV Hosiery 1 .1 P* 8 Mills, 281 SUrlnft Bulldln?. 1: Wonted Tw« wlored famUle-i to crop. Contact T. J. Barnes, 105 N. FrftoUln. 12 26 ck IE REPAIR SERVICE A I appliances: rr frt sera tors, frcercrs. rAiigcs, mid 5m.ill ;> All nnr work is puarnntecrt. Private Rooms Adams Appliance Co. Guaranteed Watch Repair For Complete Insurance Protection Thompso Credit Jeweler W. J. Pollard Agency Planned Protection 124 V.' ,\!h St. GLE.VCOE HOTEL BUII.D1.VO 4,8 c\ tl Razor back NOW SERIVNG BREAKFAST! Every Day (ExceptSunday) From 7am Specializing in HOT BISCUITS Served Every Morning One of the South's Finest i The Razorback Order COAL Phone 3186 • Prompt Delivery NOW/ HESTER'S Coal Yard • Courteous Service Delinting&TreatingService We are noiv operating our NEW Carver Delint- Ing and Treating Plant. All new equipment including l;ilest model Slurry (liquid) (reater. AH sacks electrically sewed ... we guarantee yon quick, cficicnt and satisfactory service. Seed accepted in truck or carload lofs. . .discount on all lots of 5 tons or more. Insure n better stand and less rust damage by treating your seed. Bring your seed EARLY and avoir! the rush. WARD GIN COMP/fNY Xo. Highway fit — Blytnevitl* — Phone 375« BARGAINS FOR ALL! YES!...You will benefit by a trip to Sullivan- Nelson's used c;ir lot...the big lot on Walnut SI reel. You'll fimi a car or truck in. every price range. • 1918 Chevrolet Fleetline 2-door Sedan.. .equipped with radio, heater and defroster. See this one today. • 1!>50 Ford V-8 ousfom Tudor Sedan.. .equipped with plastic seat covers, heater and defroster. A bargain. • 1019 Plymouth special deluxe 4-door Sedan.. .with seat covers, heater and defroster. . .driven only 14 000 miles AND al! in the city! Looks like new. ' • 1018 Plymouth deluxe 4-door Sedan. A real nic« family car that's priced al only...$799. • 1917 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 i% Used Car Lot—priced way below Oi'S ceiling prices. . • 1946 International I'/j-Ton Truck with 6 good tires . . .motor runs good. It's a dandy for only. . .5395 • 1947 Dodge 1 ^-Tnn Truck with body. New motor. Here is a real bargain. . . . special, $459. • 1948 International 5/i-Tori 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 Phont 4578 FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ SeH That Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land well known as the parlies to the foregoing Notice of Dissolution of a Limited Partnership, and stated that they had executed the same for the consideration and purposes therein mentioned and set forth. Witness my hand and seal as such Notary Pnhllc. on this 14th day ol December, 1951. Clarence E. Johnson, Notary Publis •My Commission Expires January I, 1953. 12117-24-3M[T HORNER-WILSON'S BIG SALE! '50 '50 A beautiful 2-tone Pontiac 4-door Sedan {8-cylinder) with brand new fires, radio, healer, seat covers...Sale Price '50 '49 '49 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan.. gleaming black finish. A C truly fine car with radio *r and heater. Horner-Wilson's sale price Here's a 1948 Oldsmobile 2-door Sedan with a gleaming black finish, both radio and h«aler... now on sale at Ford '/2-Ton Pickup now on sale! This truck has a heater and good tires. Guaranteed condition. Yours now for only .... Here's a fine huv on a 1919 CMC '/2-Ton Pickup! It's in fine shape—• drive it and sec. Horner- Wilson's sale price .... Bodge 3/4-Ton Pickup at a terrific bargain price 1 T his truck has a heater, good tires, good motor. Check this price 1595 1495* $ 895 $ 895 59H 1951 CMC 2-Ton M'e'll give you a new truck guarantee on this one. 2-Ton short wheelbase model, low mileage, fine tires. Great savings now! 1951 Chev. 2-Ton This short wheelbast Truck has deluxe cab, 5th wheel, saddle tanks, »ir brakes. A big truck »s good as new. Save money today1 We're Trading High—Comt in Today! HORNER-WILSON MOTOR CO. Your Oldsmobile-GMC Truck Dtaltr Used Car Lot - - - 300 East Main Srr*«» Just Call 6151

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