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TAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1052 1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rtua per llti« tor coniiecuilrr Insertion: Minimum chars* SQc 1 lime pec line lie 1 times per line per day 12c 3 times per line per day Si: 6 tlnics per lln« pop (txr 7c 12 time;' pe-d lino per day $e Month per line BOc Count tire (iretaup word a to ttif line Ad orderrd lor thrre or six ilmti HIK! e topped be/orp nplratlon wjjj bp chnrg- ed (or the number or tlmrs the &<1 appcnrcd ami adjustment ot bill made AH class (fled adfcrtlstng copy sub- nUlted by person* rc.tUllni; outside of tlie city nuist be accompanied by cash Rst« may easily b# computed (torn the abore table Adr^rUsing orne-red inr irrtxulut in- icrilont take itic one time iob1« No rciponslblLlty will be Ktfcen (or more than one incorrect inscitum n{ tny clu.'.sUletJ nd /.I) nds nre ri'MrJrlcrJ to lhi-)r proj>eJ cla&slllcatlon, Btyle and type. The Courier Nrws respires ilie rlyiii to edit or reject any ad. 13 laying pnlM*. 7 mos old- Weigh between •! nnd 5 Lbs. each, Tlir = p «re cttJfken.s of tomorrow, Also hivp 7 'crcrnrd in yards, I0x!0 for sale. Owner leaving town. r,l. 240-J, Slcrlc 33 pit 6 USED TRACTORS 1 VAC Case with cultivator. i planter and disc. j 2 Olivet- "00V; one with; cultivator and planter. FARMER'S IMPLEMENT CO. [ 535 E. JJiiiji J'b. 6120 ' 210 ck Ifj Apartment for Rent 3 bedroom milnrn. apt. All conveniences. 9<M \V. Main. 3;4 pk U Close In. nice 4 /com unfurn. npE Gas, bath, hotwatrr. Day phnne 2121, nlslu* phone 23r;c. 31 r* 8 Upstairs 1 room unlit rn npi wltu hath, flee Ulc water ho.itpr, wlml [or electric stove. Newly decorated Coujitr only. Ph 2787. 2,]9 ck; tf Modern 2 room tut Rpt Ph. 2505 or 4565. 2,14 ck If Modern apt . 3 rooms onrt bnth. tie*'- ly decorated, pood furniture, gn* equipment Ph 3373. F Sliiioii. D 2! ek II Small Apartments, ftiniisli- ed. $8 up per week. Bedrooms |4 up single. 114 West Ash, Ph. 2833. 8-4 cM if Duplex npt., couple, See Mrs. Wilson. 1MH Hearn. ph- 2909. 229 pk 3.1 3 rm. turn. ni>t. private bnlh. hot water. lights nirl water (urn. Nrwiy decorated. Close in. Ph, 4G$b, 3ni N. First. 229 pk 3|7 ' TYPEWRITERS | DON EDWARDS CO. Ill W Walnut Phone 3357 Plenty of Parking Space Now Oliver UG tractor — ?l.:TIO:j. i Now 3-row middle Imsk'i-: —$200. i Now Oliver 70 motor—?,'iOO • Oliver bailor chiiins and; other parts at dealer cost. j GLIN HARRISON: FURNITURE CO. 517 W. Ash i Ph. 25S2 or 2?A>1 j 227 ck tfi 250f] nuFiiej* of cooct corn A. I., I Whistle, rt'.one Drll 2651, 220 pk 338 i IMnlni? room finite, Urn])s. kltrhon : cnlilneis. rii. 3«2. 31 sik 8 i Apt. —4 Jim. &- Batli UnMir—W. Matn St.—Ph. 3^02 3,4 rK 7 3 rm /; bath. Unfur. npt. 200 E. Mo. Bl. Call 5179. 3,4 pk IB 5 room furn. ftpt., ptlvatrj b^th. Pli- 445-1. 3.4 ck tf 2 rm. unf. apt. 4284. ;0l N. Frnnklln Auto Supplies and Services 5 room house on 2 lots. Pi-ice ?<loOO. II. C. Cnmi>hcll. Ph. 4.146 or 487-1. 3.5 ck 8 Frosh Country E«RS—Grocrrlcs V,'c nta oprjj fllier fiiJpjwr. lipforf brcnktnst A- hoi wren tneala. ?:^Rnn'B Store. . DoKwnod. R. 61, 3 f> pk 20 1 Anhydrous Ammonia rig ,t trnclor. j Call Chnrllo Hro^Lon. f!o. Highway 61, \ I'h. 6R47, 3.5 pit Don't rndnntrer your family **ltli ' . ftuHT tires—BUY LEE TIRES. I ' CHAPMAN SERVICE STATION Main »nd Division rhonc 2563 I2J13 ck Services For expert plumhlnR, oil stove and I pvimp repairs, call 6349- Harry Myers. " We arc now in a position to da cn- tprlns, Spcclnl foods lor luncheons and parties, Angle Hood Lcxlc Ort? Ph. 4013 Ph, 4643 p, 230 pk a;?o TOR palntlnp, paper hanging, 7e^- lone. ahecicock UnlFhtnK mil Roy Freeman Qt 283> l.a pk 3,10 I repair nny mivlcc or model wnshlni? mnchlncs. 2 blocV-S west ot Dixie 1%. on Sin St.. Vis' nc\v school Itrrhcrt QrRham, ph 6733. 26 pk 3.G 20 MINUTE PHOTOSTATIC BF.RV- ICK. O'STSEN'S STUDIO-US W MAIN 12-1 cfc tf Watch and Jewelry Repair l-D*y ifTTlcr on JcwpJry—.1 darn on watches iinrt clocks Ovinrnntcecl work tlone by «xpert tpp^lrinen Lowest "PAT O'BRYANT Main & Second io;3 c* ti 9 piece DuiiCJin Pliyfn Mnt)OK»ny lnliiB roam suite, Mrs. Jlcdcl. •277-1. 3,5 pk a Option hrann, 1 yc^rs from filntlon. crrr> nbovc- 90 n EC LEANED In 2 bu. .n;p. J. W. \V1tlner, Ph. -IBOM2. 411H. OTt^cGvlllo. Mo. 35 pk 12 Wanted For rao Tins; Jt lorn! hauling. Cnll fl520. W, w. Ueckrmm. It? W. . . 3 -S pk 12 For Sale, Real Estate LATE MODELS »re jjood buys at Phillips Motor Co. 1950 FORD You'll enjoy driving this custom deluxe Tudor. Lovely Silvcrtnnc jjrcy . . .overdrive, radio ami heater. 1950 FORD Another I ;i ( u model benuly is this Sea Island (Jrecn Tu <l or . Sedan KfHiipjicd ivith both radio and heater. 1950 FORD A ffoi-ffcoiis, glamorous Hawaiian Broiv/.c color, this Tudor Sedan offers you radio and healer, loo. 1950 FORD If you're looking for a nice Idle-model c;ir, then drive Ibis black Fonlor Sedan. Radio, healer. ,5 1950 FORD Kquijipeil with gas-sitv- JFIR overdrive, radio and healer, this Meadow- hi-ook Green Fonlor is a good buy. 1950 CHEVROLET The popular Flcetline deluxe mudel, this '50 Chevrolet l-dwr Sedan fins radio and heater. Black. 1947 FORD Make a K<"'<| trade now on this '17 Tudor. Nice tires — good heater. Attractive maroon finish. 1949 CHEVROLET A lale model Chevrolet, this FJeetline deluxe 2- cl«>r Sedan also hns radio and heater. Black. r 4i oinpaiiii .i.*j».ni 5 m I fc • *> Broodway & Chitkasawba Phone 4453 It's A Mudder! THE NEW FERGUSON "30" Jack Robinson Implement Co. Blylheville, Arkansas — Phone 2371 Elizabeth Blythe Parker. CowUv and Probate Clerk By FoUoil Miles, D. C. for Rent ! rm. unlilr. house. Call 6H6.' 229 pS 7 Two 80 Hcri, n>rrn». nne zoo'uWmrni- not! i-otlim A bi-nn tend. LOMIed near, -Vnrilen, Mo. on hard roads; electricity find school hus route. J. I RU vnrdoll, Mo., ph. 2481 or 2372 2.28 pli 36 Oul[ Station nnrt gnnTicwith or without UvlnR tumrlrrs. South Hloh- way 61. rlion- on-ncr 2361. or nrescnt tenant 9759. or Quit. 3251. tor ntUll- tlcmnl Information. 215 ck t[ ' room lion*i._»n,| hTlhTsSTl!. "BronT- pcr month. I r • ""™P p *»" Jier month. Modern 3-becIroom homo on i „,,;„,,"',"'" sMp'r"nonih l " °" rear of Illinois Stl'POt HlUli lll(ly,j f'» se '" »'»ii;<l'!ll!-" t |' ? rmniient rr.u- you'll like this convenient kitchen. You will also like llic Mdclfra rnhln^ At Courts Ph 9E»5l For Sale, Misc. Save Money When You Buy — Sell — Trade Used Furniture GLIN HARRISON & SON FURNITUKE CO. 617 W. Ash I'M. 2552 S-l> ck tl Used Tractors 2—II Fiirniiills with busters and cultivators. 3 B John Dceres with equipment. 1950 model Ferguson with cultivator and busters. 2—F-20 Farrmills witli cultivators 1 Masscy Harris 101 Super with 4-row cultivator. 3 Sels of International Middle Riisters. Cash or Easy Terms Many other pood used tractors to choose from. . . If you want a Rood used tractor at a good price go to 61 Implement Co. N. Hiphwav (ii Dial 2142 12-14 ck tf For Toinh Uimbpr. nil kind*, or for ! Kpprlal cut timbers, cr.ll o R RoUKcin 3219. South End 21st Street. 2 15 pk 3 15 Oood prlre en 4 plv -*-ood bo?.t* c: will U-.llkt tn order. 604 \V. Ash 'ph 46: 6 j 35 r -f J2.S di.slnvasher ;ind jjarbajfe disposal. Choice neighborhood, .corner lot. FJIA financed. A 'l-room house and bath you will like, Linye living ' t lnp"w^ t ti M!II room, extra larjfe muster bed- r; »>> •>*» or »TH room, roomy kitchen, lots of ""'" c " cabinets and dining space. Good sized Kimronm or .second j bedroom. Close to new hi^h school on Moiiltrie Drive. Total monthly payments only SH2.3(>. Loan balance less than 84,000. S-175 to §773 cash will handle. It's vacant—move in tomorrow. Sec or call JOHNNY MARR Realtor 112 So. 2ml. Plume '1)11 Residence riiono !'V)^ 3 I ck If CiUI Johmiv" i Mnrr, 4111 yt ok 1 SrnJ. moriPni house, chran rh Jjn78 Ttujulrc J512 \V Ash. 227 pk .T G 4 room house on McDj\n1rl St. Ph 121 cx " Ixm Roy 1,32 cV 322 1.1 Kh i Jinu.trhopjilnt? room. Pli. 2P3D. 3,s pk n 3 rui. iinliiT. IIOUBP Ai bruh. Npwly Ipcornu'rt. Ph, -)f>r,7. 35 rk 12 Small fur ho\isr snUnhlr for 1 or 2 vorklns i»rople. Ph. Bfi73. 13)2 W. Ash 5 pk !H Help Wanted, Male Tractor drivers wanted. A. L. Whistle, Homeland, Aik., Ph. Dell. 3651. 2 26 pk 3 11 Wanted to Buy Wfl will pay CASH for your old Kociafcs. camer&i and Icniei for parts O'STEIN-a &TVDJO. US WZST Main 12i4 rk tf Used ' bed. Cnll 3673. 3|4 pk 7 Notice Fnr Pullfr Brush Rrrvlcn p.nrt Drhu- iintn Co'niotlr.t Cn]l Mrs John \Val- tlrctitar *12 .SO rold Wftvc^. J5. Hf-en- nr Jit) MnrlUncU-ss *4 50. Jl .V) hoi oil •ointment fiporntors: l,nndvs Af'"Mas- nr. i,nndy< p Donuty Shop. Ph 26W 33 pk Ifi wl lorit(on nrro^s vkSM Into 3 nprirt- .--irh uiih rjortrlc kitchen Two ni^'-;'''-"n' -.. ono 6-rooiTt apiirt- nil fiil'ir fi:nn^hci1 Pnrrrtl to ")pfji for in- Vt;j tr /nsuronce Cit! 4553 For Complete Insurance F'roleclion \V J. Pollni-cl Ascncy Planned Protection IH W Ash SI C.I.tNCOE HOTSL B\m.DINO EASTER SPECIALS $lo cold waves $10 ?1H n>ld waves S7.50 ^J-'icliiiioK'.ss $5 up THK IHvMJTV HAH Cilfin "r HntH Bids. Phono 3202 ,T -S cfe -t J for So/e of Trade ir. 1 l^lfi whltr Real ESTATE f-arms— City Property LOANS O'lr 1 \\ Uh UPW tlrr.t. tn«l|o nnrt fo- tr:\rior \- rttnLjui'.fnt .T.irk >n Tnii>>mrn: To. 34 rK 37 NOTICE OF SEW KSTATES ON' WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BKKN CO.M.MKNCKI) Notice K hereby given that the following is a list of estates upon which Letters Tcstnment-aiy or of Administration were granted during (he month of February. 19S2 with the date or the framing o! such lei tors am] the name and art- dress of the executor or administrator: No. 2084. Estate of Rolantl Green, drceasrd. letters Testamentary issued to Myrtle M. Green, Blytheville. Arkansas on Feb. 1. 1952. No. 2089. Estate o! Monte A. Isaac*, deceased. Letters of Administration issued to Brooks Cl. Isaacs, Blyiheville. Arkansas on Feb. 11 1952. No. 2090. Estate of G. D. llollins. deceased. letters of Administration issued to Lucnsta Allison, Elythe- ville, Arkansas on Feb. 14. 1952. No. 21(91. Estate of Max Parks. dcroiiM-d. Letters of Administration issued to James N. Parks. Blytheville. Arkansas, on Feb. 12. 1D52. No. 2IW2. Estate of Victoria l.at- . tint' Jiistis. deceased. Letters of Ad- j nilnislrntton issue<! to llershfll l,at- Hns, I.rachvllle, Arkansas on Feb. 1.1, 1051 No. 2091. Estate or Henry Thn- inas. deceased. Letters of Administrate,]! issued to Pauline Thomas, nivtheville. Arkansas. Feb. IR. 1952. -N'o. 2095. F,=tate, of Marearet Df!-n Smith, deceased. Letters of j AdmiuistvalLon issued to Marcus Evrnrrt. niylheville, Arkan.<n.s Feb ]•). 1052. I No. 209fi. F^tate of Cosrtv I). Faton. (iK-cascd. Letters of Adininls- 1 I ration issued lo Marv Alice Peters F.rllou. 62fi Walnut'. Blytlieville. Arkansas on F;'b. 21. 1M2. No. -.Wi. Kstatc of N. W. Tr.in- Ih.nn. rierraseri. Letters Teslamen- | tary issued to Belilah Tranlhauv 1 Klythrvillc, Arkansas or. Feb. 2s j ins:. | Witness njy hand and sf-al as siirli clerk this the 3 day of March. S'OTICK OF ACCOUNTS OF K.VJiCUTOJlS AM) AD.MINLSTItATOKS FI1.K1> Not It c is hereby give;) that rlllr- inR the month of February 1952 the following nccount.s of Kxcciitors and Administrators have been tiled for .settlement and confirmation in the Probate Court, for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County Arkansas and that such accounts with their respective filing- dales are as follows: No, 2003. flstate of Don Edwards, deceased. Final account filed by riuth M. Edwards on Feb. 8, 1932. No. 1998. Estate o( Jame.s Ford, deceased. Final account of B. E. Roberts tiled Feb. 22, 1952. All persons Interested ill the settlement of any of the above estates are warned to file exceptions thereto If any have they on or before the sixtieth day following the filing of the respective accounts, tailing which they wilt be barred forever from excepting to the account.s. Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk of said Court on this the 3rd day o! March, 1952. Elizabeth Blythe Parker. County and Probate Clerk By Felton Miles. D. C. Hollywood Continued from page 8 .starry as it's been on the screen. . . . Mickey Rocmey's freshly- combed look and zo.st lor a new rncdJuni in his video bow . . . Sam | Lf\*c»son's never-failing wit on "This (s Show Business." Binnle Bame.s 1 comeback a.s a video luminary. . t \ f ina Foch's energy. She's beeti on every show, it seems, but "Koo Parade" .,. The way Phyllis Kirk has proved via TV that she was one of Hollywood's mo.sl under-rated stresses and beauties. WARNING OKDKR In the Chancery Court, Cliicka- s-awba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Leoria O'Neal, Ptf. vs. No. 11,991 William O'Neal. Dft. The defendant. William O'Neal, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Leoria O'Neal. Dated this 3rd day of March. 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. C. C. F. Cooper, attorney for ptf. Ed B. Cook, attorney ad litem. 3;5-12-I9-2G NKKDKO Eye-opening quote from Karl Freimd. who photographs the "I Love Lucy" .show: "The quality of TV reception Is a long way from motion picture screen quality. We are working on the standardization ot control within the studios so that at least a uniform picture will be sent to the homes of viewers from each station in the country. "Bui, until someone invents a machine to slup Ihe wrist of the 'expert' at home, we can't guarantee uniformity," * • • This Has Got To Go Dept.: Commentators, announcers and commercial -blurbers who wink goat- ishly and pucker their lips for the benefit of female viewers. Sometimes papa's around, boys. . . . The over-boyish announcers always on tap during the afternoon recipe programs to smack their lips, grub for the first cookie out of the oven and generally behave like a combination of Van Johnson and Butch Jenkins. National Assembly Issue Weighed in Indo-China SAIGON. Incln-China (iff — The ] question of whether the fledgling republic of Vietnam shall have a consultative national assembly hns been submitted to Bao Dni. Vietnamese chief of state, by thn Vietnamese council of ministers. The assembly. If decreed by Bao DM, would have about 100 mem- ber.f. H.ilf of them would be elected and the rest appointed by Bao Dnl. The assembly would have the richt to advi.se the Vietnam government but no power to vote "no confidence" or defeat it on any is! sue, German shepherds, Doberman Pimchers and Boxer? are examples r>f the so-called "working" dogs ns opposed to the hunter type or mere pets. THE MAN TO KNOW The man to know is the mechanic. wlui knows how to care for your cnr . . . ami tloes bis lw:st to repair it rijrht! You'll find the best sen-ice Tor your car at T. I. Stay Motor Co. Try us, T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 E. Main wth Draler Phone 21Z* YOU'RE WELCOME AT SULLIVAN*NELSON'S BIG "OK" USED CAR LOT ON WALNUT STREET IN BLYTHEVILLE .... BETTER BUYS— BETTER TRADES 1951 Chevrolet deluxe 4-door Styleline Sedan. equipped with radio, healer, very low mileage. Save $$$ 3951 Chevrolet 5-passenger deluxe Coupe. . .extra clean one-owner car driven only 12,000 miles. Save on this one 19-iS Plymouth deluxe 4-door Sedan... heater & seat covers, A-l motor, real rubber. . 19 IS Chevrolet Fleetmaster 2-door Sedan... radio, heater and defroster— a steal at 19'I7 Chevrolet Kleetline 4-door Sedan... lx)fh radio and healer — a beaufy for 1918 Chevrolet 3/4 -Ton Pickup Truck... make a good trade at Sullivan-Nelson 1919 Chevrolet ' 3/4-Ton Pickup Truck. .'729 '895 .'845 795 JSMW Chevrolet '3/4-Ton Pickup Truck... fQAC come to the big used car lot on Walnut Street 09v 1946 GMC Vi-'fnn Pickup Truck. . .get yourself a real bargain on (his used pickup ..... 1946 Ford y,-T<m Pickup Truck. , .a real buy at Sullivan-Nelson's low price of ...... . .. $ 455 $ 525 1946 International '/ z -Ton Pickup Truck... $4 AC come to (ruck headquarlers in Ulytheville . . . 493 Many More to Choose From KASY GMAC PAYMENT PLAN , Remember, you can always make a good deal at SULLI VAN -NELSON CHEVROLET COMPANY "The Big Used Car Lot on Walnut Street" 301 West Walnut Phone 4578 In Arctic rescue work. Ihe Air Force hns successfully parachuted dogs in tests to aid "stranded" men. Pope Gregory XIII In 1582 ordered that October 4 be foUowcd by October 15 in order to adjust tr 1 ^ inaccuracy of the Julian calendar™ COAL Phone 3186 • Prompt Delivery NOW/ • Courteous Service HESTER'S Coal Yard CERTIFIED COTTONSEED FOR SALE Mississippi Certified Dcltapine li Cottonseed ? J200.00 p«r ton. Misslsslnpl Cerlirlnl Coker 100 Wilt Cottonwed ^> S18S.W) Iirr ton. This cotton Is excellent for blight land as it resists uilt. These seed arc cleaned, delinteil. treated amr sacked JOO IioMnds tn tlip ban. and are priced K.O.R Blytheville, Arkansas. Telephone 17-J, Belronl, Mississippi. .T. I). LUNDY Private Rooms n^() r<v>in <' !o-- f t« n roiiMRiil lio! \viitcr. Ph or «.C'llln|i M*n •- .._,,.. . .._ K |_,L I _ (~~* • I I A Two ^rdrooius. private bstli Ph 4fiU iNoble bill Agency " s j> INSURANCF. !«"~:'- r .°"- m5 - "-"- onlT "*:-*-. *. Glpncoe Uldg. \ - Rlomrycr Ph. ?6t">fi 2 9 pie 3 fl Ph. 6868 ' nrdronm. cnnvrtilrnt (o b»(U. utehrn 930 ck tf iheftt. Gil W Mnln Ph 3SW tr Business Opportunttfes iio Uitrrr.nrrt in n bi of Practically tlfR- Ci John Brrrr T;.-ic~ tor K6,w. Ami 1-49-A !or SHOO alsn 4 row cultlvato,*. Sec Brewer Implni.pru Co.. Cardnrll. Ma. J 2? PS 1 6 UlKkcmore SU»l>errv Plants. M(j~T C Kr.rnlJh. 1719 W. Cblcii»!:i7.ta rnone, 3740 3,13 pit 3,13 , if v«u hsvr «r/i;) ui rasn ant | , rari Four to MX ivjiirs a work sinrr tlmo will ninfcp TOI; .irM ,, r nl , nri> „ , nonlh i lv ,,| b" in BlyllLvlllc Matrh 8 For hilcr- n-». -.vntf r w. sintl-r. O 2 i chrflnut FI Capf (Mianhnn. Mn. Olve nd''rf.ss nnd phone n'.m-.brr :n ^ n 311 p>t 311 Nt<-p Ftpam hrainl brtlrooni Rtljnln- ns? bath fK>l \V A.*h. ph. ;;."'->, JI1 ok 311 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Ciiaranlccd lies! t'rircs Kirby Drug Stores Soybean Seed FOR SALE Del lutings Treating; Service We are now operating our NEW Carver Delint- ing and Treating Plant. All new equipment including lalest model Slurry (liquid) tre»ter. All sacks electrically sewed ... we guarantee you quick, eficient and satisfactory service. Seed accepted in truck or carlosd lols. . .discount on all lols of 5 tons or more. Insure a heller stand and le*s rust damage by (renting your seed. Brint your seed EARLY and aroid the rush. WARD GIN COMPANY No. Highway fil — Hlytheville — Phone 3756 What Car Bargains! '50 TORD $895 This »-Ton Pirkup has a V-S motor, a clean truck that even lias an e.Mra front A rear bumper! '•Ifi CHEV $495 Tlie original paint Is still fine on this I'.i-Ton Chevrolet SVVB Truck—and good (ires, too. '•IS C1IKV $fi95 A dofteonc Boorf hiiy is this 1-Ton Pickup Truck for S6H5. And the tires arc extra good: '51 GMC Stl<)5 It's like buvln s a new truck at a barzatn price: This 1351 W-Ton Ticknp Is like new. 1951 OLDSMOBILE A beautiful Rocket Oldstno- bilp, tliis "98" 4-door Sedan has alt you could want—radio, heater, lij-flramatic. Not manj- miles—and a very interesting price! '46 DODGE ?695 This Z-door Sedan has » new reconditioned motor, plus a radio, plus a healer, plus gooA tires! '46 MERCURY ... ?695 A good car. 1916 Mtrcnrj 5- Fasseiifer Coupe. And, as an extra bonus, it has brand new tires! '-!! KOKD ?3!)5 T>iis rac has sure been well taken care of. Original paint, too. Radio, heater. Test drive It. Blythovlllp Hotrl 221 j>k Room with lifBt. clo?fi In. hot wntrr. ! coiivpiilcni TO h^th, clean fofrt A- nlrr • homr. Ph ROlfi. 2 29 pk 7 , , Help WanTerf ~~ .^ mO ! e ^ He/p Wo ^ e ^_ i i ~T-nrtor~ T rr-'——~ «~~ ~ ^vrrllfnt iwFttlon avntlahfr. 40 hour • 'crop. Ph. 6601, Utho Baracs. 3,1 c* tr itlou.'oMAc'ph, 6340? R "*' h ^3 ^'ck^ » lli>rifh No. 2 anil Ogilrn 50^- hran srcd. cleaned and snckod. Nofifc these hrfore prlrc Jn RED TOP GIN Blylhevlllc - rhonc 31S6 RECLEANED SOYBEANS MEAN GREATER YIELDS! l.el U.s Clean Votir Seed Soyheans. \Ve Have Two Modern Cleaners. Increase the Purity of Your Seed, Have Them Rccleancd. Blytheville Soybean Corp. W. Main Phone R856 or 6S57 HORNER-WlLSON Rocket Oiclsmobile — GMC Trucks I'hnnc 2056 Used Car Lot — Phone fil 51 I

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