The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1952 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 8, 1952
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS . WANTADS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally tat* p« line per consecutive Insertion: Minimum charge 50e 1 limp per line 13c 2 times pet line per day ,,,. Itc 3 times per line per day ' tc C times per line per day , ?c 12 limes per line per Azj .,,..»... K Month per line . Me Count fire avenge words (o the line. Ad ordered fnr three or six times and i topped tit To re expiration will bt charged for the number of tlmrs tht id appeared and adjustments of bill 1 nadf, AH classified adTfrtlslnB cnpj iub- mltted by persons residing outsMe of city must be accompanied bj- rash. Hairs may be rasily he computed from the nbovc lahle. Adrcrtisinfi 'orrterr d tm Irrrculax In- ifrtlons t.ikc the one time taTile. No responsibility be taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad, All arts are restricted to IhMr proper classiflratEon, si yip and type. The Courier News reserve! the right to eilU or reject any ad. for Rent 4 room ' m-wly Jcccn dvnlex Otis heat- On 4467 or 6144. .~ Hearn St. Ph. 1I[B ck tl 2 room <urn. apt. FrfRldalrp. hot water, Couple only. 1&01 W Ash. Fhon* 5919. - 1&18 pk 15 3 room furnished, npnrimtnt. Private bath nnd entrance. heat,'621 Walnut, ph. 3295. ll'fl pic 13 3 rm. unfiirn,- opt. Bath: 1021 W. Ash. Ph, 2443. . 11[5 pk-12 fiteam honied, nnfurn. npt.' Ph.' 3255. 11[5 ck )2;5 3 -room -furn.; Rpt. 407 Mlly St, Inquire 517 Lake, ph. 3782. 11|3 pk 12 ' Small furn. ant., private bath, utilities furnished. Ph. 2000. lip pk 10 Large 4 rm. npt,, pvt. hnth. 117 E Rose St. • Apply 623 S. Lake. rcnr. lip pk 1213 2 rma. nicely' fiirri,, pvt. entrance- Utilities, BUS heat, refrigeration, S-1Q per njo. or J10 per week.'100 W. Ky.. ph- 2110. 10'3I pk 11114 4 room modern turn, duplex, Newly decorated. Ph.' 2-152 or S2J5. 10,22 ck tf Modem'2 room fur. apt. Phft-2595 or «65. ' 2] 14 ck tf Nfodern apt. 3 rooms "nml bath, newly rtcccratcrt, godrt furniture, gns equipment. Ph, 3373 P. Blmon. 0:21 ck '.' Small Apartments, hirnish- eil. ?8 up per '.vcek. Bedrooms $4 up single. 114 West Ash Ph. 2833 814 ck tf Services \V111 keep j-mir child In my home «ay hours,only.-Ph. 4161. 11'4 pk 11 Watch* and y J ewe !fy .Repair 1-Day eervtce oh JcwcJry—3 dnjs on watches and clocks. OiMmntecd n'ork done by espcrt', repairmen. Lowest '''"Pat Q' Bryant 1 Main & Second UJ13 cfc tf Plurribing and Heating ORS Installed Repair work. New construction. -Easy terms. Berry Allen Plumbing *: Hcntlns Co. Ph. 2204. 10)18 ck 1I[1R » MINHTK PHOTOSTATIO SERVICE. O'STEEN'S STUDIO, 115 W MAIN 12!4 ck tr RcIrlGcratlon—AH condltlonlnu »nd Heatlns service. Call Kits or 6084 BROFF REFRIGERATION CO io;4 « Guarnnteed piano tuning and rc- pair.'Call 2011 day. 2059 nights 5;26 tr Custom thrftshlnn undhaillns Charle-i ;Brtght & Son. Phone 1560. IOJH pfc 12|H Expert plumbing, oil store, floor furnace, water pump As softener aerT- Ice. Just Ph. 6349. Harry Meyers, 10;H pit 11114 Edward Everett talked for T hour and 57 mimiies bDfore Lincoln made his brief and famous Gettysburg. Address nt the dedication of a Civil War cemetery. Crocheted luncheon set. Ecven plpces. [essonable. Mrs, Leon Phillips, 910 N. Ih, house trailer. J1J7 pk H NOTICE TO PEDDLERS We have plenty • of everything to Mock your truck. Bulk ripples, pearf and oranges. I3LYTHEVILLE CUHB MARKET 130 Eact Main Rt, use cv 12 e 8 ft. General Electric clcc- Iric'refrigerator in A-l condition.... 2 matching deep blue* wool rugs; b'rnss bedstead; maple tiro pica f table. Ph. 278G. 11|14 ck tf Thor autO'tnnglc washing machine. Loot-is like new. Perfect condition. Can bo seen at 201 Walker Blvd. 1028 ck tf Apartment *lze electric wnsher. Capacity 4 to 5 Ibs. 125 Cftll 4055. 10,1* dh tl Clearance Sale Bargains galoiel Everything retincert In R fitorewtrle sale. Th« House ol Charm, So. Highway 61 10 9 ck tl TYPEWRITERS DON EDWARDS CO. 112 W.'Walnut Plenty of Parking Space Lucian Gaines Furnifcuve Co. Trade your old furniture for new. I will also buy,yonr o!d furniture.- Farmers'terms ! /2 down, balance in the fall Formerly Arnold & Gaines. ,Ph. 63(57"' 4|17 ck tf HOME GROWN 1U-BRED HALF & HALF COTTON SEED • Clyde Williams ROUTE 3 Lexington, Tenn. . . -10121 pk 11(21 Good used a r.. RtfrlBerator R fool .170.; Deluxe model. Also. 7J000 : HTO Kotge.Ol] Heater. Ph .2098, 10!H c* U . Save Money. When'You .'.' Buy':— Sell.— Trade ' Used Furniture GUN HARRISON & SON FURNITURE CO. . 517'W. Ash Ph/2552 •'•'•. 812 ck tf Rahbits, Rabbits. Hnbbita Now • Is the time in perchtw hrecrt* Int: itocX Some are rl^hon winners nt ftnj NBA fair. Must «neriri« J3 up Phone Jim nolcsnn. 2064 ,- -D : 23pk II For snlrrby owner, one extra 1 Inrpe and one small conl htatlnR MOVP and one oil heater, only Kllclitly 11501) 'Cotni sre thdnT F T EI.DKR. 215 W Krntuc- Are. £0! for Sa/e Large pappr Fhr>ll pecans UPTON HOOKER S. KIWAY 61, PH. 4870 12;8 , DJnmonfJ dinner ring. Plntlnum motmtlng. Center stone approximately 1 carat with ten RmnHer ones. Ph 4505. io;s cx is Grocery end market, doing good bus I ness In niythevlUc. Selling on account or other buslnci-t. Smull down pny- mcnt. 4 years on balance ph. 9712 11J5 pk 12 Washing machine, 810., B^hy Bed nnrt ninttrcss 520., Perfection OL] coolc alove, J30. Ph. 3053, 10J3 pk 10 arming Values! 10-19 INTEHNATIONAL i\lo<lel KHS-7 Truck, Air Brakes, has been rebuilt, good (ires IfQAA ... A DELTA Iliirgain! Only lOvU 1019 G.MC Pick-Up Truck ... a clean truck that will give you excellent service. See it lOflC at DELTA today! Only 093 P-20 TRACTOR, power'lift nnd four- ?«« row cultivator. A real SPECIAL! .. . 3DU TWO ROW PLANTER for Far mall H or M Tractors. Don't wait . . . Come down today G'/i' 7Ii DISK in good condition. You : can't heat this for a BARGAIN! FARMALL C with Cultivator and Planter. Thi« equipment is in A-l Condition and will do the right job on SO to 100 acres. Many other bargains in used trucks, tractors and . other equipment. —Used Cars and Trucks- VALUES GALORE! 1950 CHEVROLET Fleetline Deluxe 2-Door equipped with radio an (theater ... a real nice car HOQE 1951 CHEVROLET St y I i n e , Deluxe 2-I)oor with I'owcr Olide, Radio and JI e n t e r. A Heal—$4*71C Buy I/4D 1917 MERCURY 4-Door with Radio and Heater. You'll like driving (his automobile . 1946 NASH "600" .i-Door wilh Radio and dealer. A wonderful car for the entire family 1950 CHEVROLET Pick-Up Truck. A dandy- buy in a late model farm truck . . . See it! ... 1917 INTERNATIONAL Pick-Up with new s<ilid side bed 19,17 FORD 11/, Ton Truck. Chassis and cab. '845 '495 '945 '495 '895 185! CHEVROLET Club Coupe .equipped with Radio and Heater. A tremendous value in a good late model used car ... we bet you'll really like this $1CJC one. : • 1343 300 Broadway ompany Phone 4453 300 to 800 »er« farm for cotton and jeans. Have .$3500-00 worth of good 'inK equipment and cnn finance , for good crop,on good land, cash or crop rent. Write Box q-3, % Courier News. ' n;a pk 13 Stark'Bros.—peonies, roses, shrubs,• berries & trees. Ph. 3857. FAIRVIEW ACRES S. HWY. 61. 10|15 pk H|15 Wanted: Colored bnrher. Good business. 1 wnnt lo retire Write A. D. J.ickson, Owner. 101 E. MnthLs Sr.. or -ihone 9745. i<>!29 29 pk 1L1Z9 WALL PAPER & PAINT Room lot'Snle on Pajirr • «ntl \vholesi\tc on Dutch Boy Interior Pnlnt. E. C.'ROBINSON LBR. CO. • . 10.H ck 11|14 New fire proof fafes. Impossible to pick the locfr: At fnctorj- price SfiO. ,Wt. 225 Ibs. Ph. 4M7. 10111 pk 11JI7 Fire'. Rnrt Burglar proof safes Rll zcs. VauIt^rlporR At ffvctnry prices. Ft. paid P!t. s ;«S7 . 1011? pk 11111 for Sale, Real Estate S 312 South 2nd Blytheville G-room house and bath at 1333 Chickasnwba, . 3 large bedrooms, large living room with, fireplace. Also 4 room- apartniL-nt with bath in rear. This-home is in good condition, on a large, beautifully landscaped lot. Price $15,000. Practically new 4-room house and bath, in Lop condition inside and out: $850 cash. Loan balance $5125, payable $40.64 per month. It's vacant —you can move in tomorrow. Good 4-room house and bath, on paved street. 805 N. Franklin. Large, well arranged kitchen. Large lot. $800 to S1300 cash will handle. $44.02 monthly payments. Vacant. See or call JOHNNY MARR Help Wanted. Male A young man to learn General Motors automotive parts. Experience preform! but not rerimrecl. Good pay and working conditions for right man. Apply, in person to. I-Iorner- Wilson Motor Co., Blythe- le, Ark. . Hj8 ck 15 For Sale Cars & Trucks 1950 mnde] Chevrolet two door car. good condition. O. H. plnkfilonV Box 332, Kaytl. Mo., ph. 40t W. 111? Pk 9 Lost & Found A ruby ring In gold setting. Believed lost In the Tlclnlly of the Dlsle riz. Reward. Ph: 3146. jl]4 pk n Private Rooms Will rent room as bedrooms or turn, npt. Ph. 3734. u[5 pfc 12 Lurge front bed room. Excellent neighborhood. Ph 3514 ifl;ii pic Hill EXCELLENT USED TRACTORS Jack Robinson Implement Co. Blytheville, Arkansas —/Phone 2371 Taken Up mnlee, 1 mam mule, l horse mule. 1 bay mare. James AvlB, Steele, Mo. Taken up 2 weeks ago. 11[3 pV 10 Wanted to Rent Notice ATTENTION FARMERS Dcart animals removed. Hoiscs. mules catlle. Ph 601. ClarJUon. Mo., or 8JB« Cennett, Mo TWO STATES DISPOSAL CO. n;e ex 12:6 ' We Buy Pecans Highest price-, paid for wild pecans. A r e buy any amount from a pound to a car load Joe Hester's Gro So. HwjO61 i Ph. 2632 j 10J1S pk 11|2I Wanted fo Buy We pay highest prices for pecans- 1 we Bel! illicitly lo shelter and carry pecans north , as we go after apples This makes It, possible for us to Rive you the highest prices. BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 11|8 ck tf We'will pay CASH for your nW Ko- dnXs, cameras and lenses for parls OSTEEN'S STUDIO. 115 West Main Insurance FOR AUTO INSURANCE Tn« Besi rnsnrance Service Can 3301 W. M. BURNS Re altor-I nsuro r 1QJ14 ck U|14 Gall'4553 For Complete Insurance Protection W. J. Pollard Agency Planned Protection OLSNCOK HOTEL BUILDING 134 W Ash Bt. . *;8 ci tl Cows' Production Shows Increase RALEIGH, N. C. (/T)—The average North Carolina cow. being tested under the Dairy Herd Improvement Association testing program returned $197 more profit to (he owner last year than the average untested cow. . Marvin E. Senger, state college extension dairy specialist, says it Isn't .the testing Itself that makes 'he difference but the use of the :esting results. The average cow In he testing program produced 8.156 rounds of milk and 351 pounds of butterfat last .year, Senger points out. The average cow in the slate lot in the program produced only 4,450 pounds of milk and 108 pounds of butterfat. The testing results enable a dairyman to feed each cow according to her prodiicflon. Senger savs She testing results also show/the dairyman how his cows respond to various feeding practices. REAL ESTATE' Farms—City , Property LOANS INSURANCE • tf Interested In Buying or'aelllns "ee Noble Gill Agency Glencoe Bid?;. Ph. 6868 rc Hc/p Wanted HOME PARTY DEMONSTRATORS WANTED. MUST have car. Enm tin or more w*efcly In city of Rlythevllle Write THE \V. T. RAWLEICH COMPANY. Dept. AKK-210--HP-3. Memphis. Tenn.. Etvlng ediicatloii and'exnerlence 11 18 pk 9 Wanted Would like to keep 4 children whose mothers work only 5 dsys ft week. Special rates. Ph. 4059. I0[8 pk 15 Experienced tractor driver for share crop or day labor. 100 Bcres. Appjy 315 Lake. Blytheville. 11|1 pk 13 Sewing In my home, Mrs. Lorene Flowers. 1011 McHnney Ho^d. ll|l pk 13 Ph. Kcs. 2506 11|8 ck tf For SMe- Nc-Rro Property NOT 4 room house. !5M> rtmvn. tuff nnvmcnts on balance. 3 room house. J3SO down payment balance llfce rent. 3 room house. !3IX> clown payment, balance- monthly. O. S. RolUson Pti 3309 • 10.'24 p* 11J4 For Rent Small modern hrlck home. 5 rooms fc bath. 1 bloc)t» from city llmlls. Intiiilre at Ntoilcrr, Home Interior Decorator Shop. Hwjr. 61 South. ^ v x n 4 nnfurn. rooms, pvt. bath A pvt. entrnncc. Electric liol water, newly decorated, plenty' closet room. 401 S. Franklin St. Ph. 4097. 11 6 pk 13 3 room furn. house, newly decorated != balh. Ph. 6905. nos W. Main. 1I|S pk 12 3lcnm heated office* Ph. 3255. 11|5 ck 12 5 < rm turn, house, bath, elec, kitchen, water furn. Ph. «5i. ll|s cfc 12 Steam heat store building locnleil In the Ingram Bldg. Ph. 4467 or fll-U 10:31 ck II «1S Kasl Main. 3200 «q. f«t In main ulldlnff RexsonAbla rent. CftU 4^12 7:» ck tl FUEL OIL G,0. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant— Promised Land $600,000 Given Medical Library HOUSTON (ff) _ Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Jones have given $600,000 toward construction of the Houston Academy -of Medicine Library, It was announced by Dr. MoUe D. Levy In his dedicatory address n the recent ground-breaking cere mony. The library will house some 145 000 volumes and will "be located in the Texas Medical Center here The library is the ninth building in the center. < Cotton-spinning firms In. Britain report increases in production per man-hour of from 30 to 130 pe: cent as a result of improvements since publication of reports from teams which visited the United States in 1949. 1941 MODELS TO 1950 MODELS TRUCKS! 1941 MODELS TO 1950 MODELS 1950 CHEVROLET i/ 2 -Ton Pick-Up Truck, m o t o r completely overhauled. A dandy .truck for 5ft7E only ......'.., 9f3 1919 CHEVROLET'i/j-Ton Pick-Up Truck, Deluxe Cab, Maroon Finish . . . a bea ul y for $ODC only ., 093 1948 G1MC 3/4 ; Ton Sfake «od.v Truck in $7ftC perfect condition, a fine buy at only * vU 1946 CHEVROLET '/j-Ton Pick-Up Truck, $CCA runs good and has good rubber ... A good buy! 3DU 1940 CHEVROLET y 2 -Ton I'ick-Up Truck, light red finish, 3 almost new tires, 1 good tire, no SOTC spare, a bargain in a clean truck. •> I y 1950 FORD'V-8, F-6 2:Speed Axe!, LWB, Cab and Chassis, 825x20 Tires all around. .Come in and see this one today ... it's a real BARGAIN'! -948 DODGE 6-Passenger Coupe, Radio, Seat Covers, Spot Light, .Heater and Defroster. SOOC Special. ; 0«J3 EASY GMAC PAYMENT PLAN Remember, you can always make a good deal at SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET COMPANY "The Big Used Car Lot on Walnut Street". 30V West Walnut Phone 4578 WAKMN'G ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba Disiricl, Mississippi County, Arkansas. . Robert TjOUis Deason, a minor, by EUa Bell Woods, his next friend, ptf. vs. No. 12,217 Frances Mane Deason, Dft. The defendant, Frances Marie Deason, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty .day3~',tri the court named in the caption hereof nnd answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Robert Louis Denson. • Dated this 31st day of October, 1953. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Cherry Sue Barnes, D. O. Ed B. Coo!t, attorney for Ptf. Claude P. Cooper, alty. ad litcm. 11-1-8-15-22 3 rm. furn. house with bath. 512 S. 1st or ph. 3535. 11,8 »k 15 A new fully'equipped beauty salon for rent or lease. Heat and air conditioning furnished. Ph. 428, Osceoln, Ark. __ 10j8'ckl6 Announcing Our New Location: DELL, ARKANSAS Main Street — Taylor Freeman Building fine to (he very fine response lo our s.ile advertisement, we have rlfcidtd to continue to offer our lop jrade lines of merchandise »t dealer. level. SEE US FOR YODR PAIXT NEEDS! 100 White House Point ......... Gal. 4.25 Oil Base Washable Plot Wall Point. Gal. 2.65 Semi-Gloss Enamel . ..... ....... . Gal. 3.85 Gloss Enamel ......... ...... . ........ Gal. 4.55 Floor & Deck Enamel ...... .,.,„. . . Gal. 4.20 Rubber Base Paint (pastel) ......... Gal. 3.75 Rubber Base Point (deep tones) ..... Gal. 4.00 INTRODUCTORY OFFER: Mill Run E.vlernal House Paint. $•• AA GRAY ................ Per Gal. I.VU Vrtt Delivery lo Blytheville Each Afternoon . ,, ,ur rx.. ill. •- j "I ev " J W " T '• •"* ^"tlonslly Arl- Tfrllwd brand. \ oar savings result from the elimination of numerous salesmen and retail store profits. Satisfaction C**r»nteM or your money will be refunded. MARTIN TRENKLE, INC Phone Dell 28SI (After 4 p.m. Call Hlylhcville 22S1) (Charge Accounts Accepted When Credit Is Accepted) SAVE YOUR CAR AND YOU PREPARE NOW! Of course, we haven't had any "real winter" yet ... hut it's sure to com«. You want to make sure your car is prepared for sub-freezing weather. The best way to b« sure is to bring your car into Horner- AVilson NOW I HORNER-WlLSON MAIN ST.

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