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12ft Northw** Arkansas TIMES, Sun., May 12, 1974 i, ARKANSAS 47--Real E«tat*--For Sal*-- 47-Rftal Estete-For Sol* For the d i s c r i m i n a t i n g f e w , an elegant S room B r i c k home on Hoover l«ake. 340" of manicured shore lint?, four bedroom, modern in every respect, air condition, c e n t r a l heat all elrotric, smidcck, m a n y 'lhor a t t r a c t i v e - f c a i u r t v s owner ROina out of Stale*. This b e a u t i f u l home Jj * bargain al $55.000. W. Call An- · derKm-Hurigins Really, RoRcrs, Ark. 636.9101. I.P SI2. ANDERSON- HUDGINS REALTY 0 level acres -- all u n d e r fence nri nil in jjood perm, p a s t u r e , 2 xjnds. well u-ilh lots of water, on lacktnp 2'i miles from town, l i k e t e w 15.000 capacity broiler house ^'t1h aulo. c q u i p t . , b a r n . 3 bedroom !a I w t h double wide mobile house good potential. 52 acres open v a l l e y land, f e n c e d and in «ood p a s t u r e , cond waler s u p p l y in well and ponds. .11,000 capacity broilers in two up to date nsnlated houses with aulo. cquipt.. a r n . 3 bedroom modern dwelling m good condition, 2Va mile* from 200 acres, could develop into good stock f a r m , Va mile frontage on c o u n t r y road, well lar^e spring and crook m a k e pood w a t e r sup- MOM'S CHOICE ' A MOTHER'S DREAM " " No. 928. Quiet elegance is the key- n o t e of this model home from the , b e a u t i f u l l y landscaped yard throuRh t h e i n v i t i n g interior. II '" you l i k e a home t h a t Ls warm anc " - » pleasure !o live in. you wil want to see Ihis one. We ar( p r o u d (o n f f o r it at only $1S."XM : ' Call .S21-72T2 or R f t c r hours Jerry Li n ebe rj?o r +42-81 (M. : HAVE A HAPPY MOTHER - No. S9i with (he ?900 carpeted ... square feet in this lovely four bedroom, two-story home En Hoo School district. Formal livinR room ;· · den with fireplace, plus a huge game room f o r the entire family ; $48,500. Call 521-7272. MOTHER'S GIFT EVERY DAY " No. 92fi. Three bedroom home with ' · fireplace located in Root Schoo ; district Nice corner lot. *?3,900 Call 521-7272 or after hours Franco* ' X^ngham 'H3-31n7. . WRAP A BOW No. 930 for Mother around thL . Uiree bedroom, hath h o m e in Butterfield School district. Only $2,C»0 down! Total price $17.900 Call 523-7272 or a f t e r hours Fran ·es Langham 443-3157 COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT Ko. 290 with 2-10 feet on Township and railroad access and over : acres. Excellent terms. Call 521 7272 or a f l e r hour* Frances Lane ham 443-3157. fooes fe REALTORS TWO LOCATIONS »0n N. College -- NW Ark. Pla: ·1-TZTt or After 6 p.m. call Gallery a* 521-727S BY OWNER linfc fence, throe ht-rtroom. T a m i l , Isrsc Jtblrtirn, llvincrooni. 1' (.·Jitilrn urea, f r u i t lrr-. H 1 * ic open grassland now with ore that could be easily ply. much inproved, a rare buy at $42,500 terms can he arranged A f i n e offering to anyone Is this F acre stock and broiler combination, almost all open pasture with 2 acre spring fed lake, good well " irfie spring Rnd river furnishing ·ater galore, extra nice 3 bed room home with stone fireplace carpel and m a n y olher exceptional features, 2 nearly new broile: houses steel iruss, insulated ant a u t o m a t i c equipment. 6 miles froir town, .short distance f r o m black top. 5105,000. with terms available fX acre bottom farm nil unHc. fcmM!, most In good perm, pasture plenty of water in creek and gtiot spring, hay barn, block barn anc .storage building, 4 bedroom home has been remodeled and i.s very nice with carpet and spaciou rooms, lots of cabinets and storage (his is a n o t h e r t h a t will soon b wearing a sold sign so see it now ~~MXK), terms can toe arranged, bedroom older house in goo condition on 85'x2SO' Tot on paver street with all city u t i l i t i e s , h a n d y In .shopping, churches and down town area, Kl.OOQ. total price, very pood ho;ne place or invest inent property. 3 bedroom*, excellent location short distance from schools anr churches or downtown area, good wifh 115.- 80 GOOD ACRES wner f i n a n c i n g . All o p e n except i h o u l 2 ru-rcA for s h a d e and shelter, cue pastures, mostly new fence, m i l e from blackloppcd h i g h way on (Traveled c o u n t r y road. May ' i a r n . Shed metal barn, sheet mel- L I fit a l l m a c h i n e r y K*ici. Sheds. \*cnr now b r i c k , lovely, l u x u r y c o n s t r u c t i o n . 1 bed roam, 2 bath d w e l l i n g , central heat and air, rar- pcicrl. Bum-Ins. I n s u l a t e d , u t i l i t y ruom. 2 cement carports, m a t u r e s h a d e , cellar view. Good water. 3 ponds. I n t e r n a t i o n a l tractor w i t h 111 a f h m en Ls. Cows a n d ca Iv es. Dwner financ land. 297; down. Cin- 47-Reol l«tot»--For Sole- Spacious . Nice 3 bedroom larce f a m i l y room, large l i v i n g room, large k i t c h e n . Bath a n d o n e - h a l f bath. Ij.R. a n d 2 bedr. c a r p e t e d , Hndrwriod floors In f.imUy room. Trench doors onto patio w-barbc- cue ^ r i l l . E x t r a storage. Centra! " ' ' ' ' h u a t . G72 1.500 f t . ,. _ h t o a t e d area. 2 car garage. Washer And dryer connections. $ Grove. by a p p o i n t m e n t . Prairie . . cap. auto, i n s u l a t e d . 3 bedroom, 2 bath 30 GOOD ACRES Owner financing- All open exce^ ilmul -i acres for shade and sbel- .er. Fescue nnd while clover pastures. Mostly new fence. 2 miles from blacktopped h i g h w a y on graveled country road. Large, spring fed pond. Good water. Metal barn. ·! acres hog fencinE. 200.- f)00 broiler Outstanding - dwelling. L u x u r y construction. Tn- ,iue walls plastered. Clarluvltlc -lone. Wood-burning fireplace with buill-ins in bedrooms and baths, heatalator. Carpeted and insulated. A b u n d a n c e kitchen cabinets. 2.100 .sq. ft. heated floor space. Central heal and air. Garage. Tremendous view. Owner c a r r y 20^ down, 20 yr. 87e interest. C i n c i n n a t i area. Shown by appointment. 110 ACRES HeauliEiil woods. A p p r o x i m a t e l y 20 acres open, more acres suitable lo be opened. Approx. l.OOfl ft. f r o n t age on bE.-icktopped 59 highway. Near Evansville. Spring w i t h press u r e system. 2 bedroom and balh under construction. Nice cave on property. S h a d e d glen. $50,000, S14,- 500 down. Owner finam-o b a l a n c e . 10 years at 1\'i% interirsl. ACRES Mostly fenced. Approx. 50 acres open in fescue and bermuda. Much more suitable for pasture. 2 old houses. I*ond, spring. On country road. $27.000 cash. 85 ACRES 80 acres open in improved pastures. 25,000 broiler capacity -auto-insulated. Very large spring fed pond. Good fishing. Good well gond water. Newer 3 bedroim and bath with woodburnin? fireplace Barn, Joins above property. 3 bedroom* and b a t h , Hardwood floors. 971 stj. It. heated floor .space, 12x16' storage room. M a t u r e shade. Extra large Jol. Vacant. Karrnirtgton .$18.000.00. See my sign, Ozark and Holland Stt. 2 bedroom and bath. Hardwood floors. Carport. A b u n d a n c e flowers md nit'c. New mediate poses- luilt for gracious living for the amtly. Shown by appointment, "·ralrie Grove, _.arge corner lot in Prairie Grove. 25-X-140 1 . Mature shade. Gad well. 5,000,00. 'OR ESTATE TYPE with acreage istings with f i n e home.?. See me. ^ RLARG BRANCHES SEE TVTE. OLETA CAMPBELL REALTY 201 W. Buchannaii -- Hwy. 62 W. Phone 846-3905 Prairie Grove, Arkansas 15 ACRES 8 acres ope pasture. Pond , deep lot, large living room fireplace, in good condition 900. terms available. YANCY REALTY Prairie Grove RtAiTOR P. O. Box 281 Hi way 82 -- 2 miles west Prairie Grove Ark. 727.13 OFFICE PHONE Bob Yancey Bill Vancey Vern Reeve* 846-2353 821-3259 846-2690 846-2544 720 Sunset SOUTH SPRINGDALE TWO Clean and neat. 3 Bedroom brick homes for beginners or retired on low traffic slrcets under $20.000. Call Ron Chouinard 7517726. HSSOB3 Family size home in South Springdale bi^ lot. lar^e patio with gas grill. 2,100 sg. fi. under roof /or less t h a n S.10.000. Call Anoland Sullivan, 731-T726 HS5 Office Phon« 751-772« INVESTMENT--RENTALS A-13o. Get the most for your money, 1 bedrooms 2 baths -- 2 fireplaces -- 2 level w i t h loU of liv- ne lor a family. Price 536,500. A-136 Six room house close to UofA, Shady corner lot. Price $ -WO. A-I34 -- 2 bedroom modorn home -- neal -- harrUvood floors. $11,000 2 blocks of UofA campus. A-135, Get the most for your money. 4 bedrooms, 2 bath* -- 2 fireplaces -- 2 level with Jots of living for R family. Price $36,500. A-133. Profit by buying now. 2100 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms -- 2 bath. 2 car .garage. Screened, patio. Lots of 1 rees. Call for showi n g. Price Anoland Sullivan Bernadine Thigpen Kyle Brown Ron Chouinard Sob Sullivan / T H I N K I N G Of SELLING W« are available anytime to dis- 1 cuss Ibe .sale of your home with "- you. No obligation on your parl - ' and \v« have clients waiting. FRONTIER i'JSEAL RESTATE N. ; R6AUO* '-·; Doug Harlley . . . . 442-6446 521-4448 ; Let Davis :.; Art Clark ':-'· "Bill" lazenby 751-9724 521-5833 :-.. WAREHOUSE CENTRAL £ LOCATION C'' Big tnjL-li Drive-in. Parking 3000 '^ eq. ft. Two Paneled offices phis s^ rtceplion room. c]cue to down ^, town and U. ol A. I FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Compony REAUOR Bill Lozenby .. Les Davis Doug Hartley , Arthur Cfark .. 1015 N. College 521-6700 .. 521-5833 . . 521-4448 .. 442-6446 .. 751-9724 2243 N. College 521-1180 Well with saod water, 2 bedroom house with bath. M a t u r e shade Only $37,SOO.OO. On good road. 8 ACRES .^.Jy open. Lays nice. 8 mile.' downloyn Fayetteville. Large, nice T bedroom f a m i l y room, and 2 "bath dwelJing. Carpeted good well good water. Themendous view, §37,000.00. 39 ACRES Unimproved. wooded. Spring Overlooks Prairie Grove Lake, L75.00 per acre. Good terms. Completely furnished. 3 room, nice cabin on Beaver Lake. Boat stall Walk down to the lake. Good well 20,000.00. OLETA CAMPBELL REALTY 201 W. Buchanan -- Hwy. 88 1 Phone 816-3905 Prairie Grove, Arkanaa* IBMBAN" REAL ESTATE CO. Hwy. 45 B, Phone 443J2060 Ron Sherwood All brick, 3 Bdr. home, 6 months old. kitchen and dining with lots of cabinets nil electric with hea nd air. On .1 acres of land 34 mi ·ff Hwy. 45 East, Butterfiel- School. $34.500. 7 additional acres available. REALTOR Bill Keeton LeRoy Willis Patt Carmichael Maxine Smith Mildred Graue Bill C. Graue 551-1435 442-8616 443-ll! p 440-259 442^240 521-3792 SWIMMING POOL TRI - LEVEL B E A U T Y -NORTHEAST LOCATION -- Thre« bedrooms with generous closets -- 21? tiled baths -- Larpe living room with formal dining ell -- Deluxe kitchen -Paneled family room -- 2 car garage -- Centra) heat and air- conditioning -- Wootl burning fireplace -- Carpeting Drapes included -- B e a u t i f u l NEW swimming pool in fenced back yard. Pr Iced $37.000.00. Call t o d a y . Office -142-7391. FOUR BEDROOM HOME CONTEMPORARY TWO LEVEL -- WITH NATfVE STOXE AND WESTERN' CEDAR treatment -- Large living room w i t h d i n i n g area -- Deluxe kitchen with built-ins -- family space, n a t i v e stone fireplace -- vault- c d ceilings -- Tc rra c« lex-el has large r u m p u s room -- three fu 11 baihs -- Two car garage with electric door -- Choice View from outside deck -Wall to Wall carpeting and drape.? -- Year a r o u n d air-conditioning -- Don't miss this. Call today. Office 44?-7391, KINCAID COMPANY George W. Lwij Mika R. Watson Hugh Kincaid Margaret Hun11«r KAtJOC 412-4753 442-671 511-6054 K1-134C FOUK BEDROOMS WITH DEN UNDER 533,000 FAYARK Realty PRAIRIE GROVE like new, two bedroom and den or three bedroom, forced air heat and air-conditioned. 18x20 attached pa- raze, 8x16 u l i h i y building, lot lOOx- 140, shade, f r u i t tre«£ and shrubs carpeled and draped, $14,500. Call FOP. SALS BY OSV-VE.R: rtd«T home oonvsnsrr.Hy looted ;r, Rce- ·r». 6 rooms A Bfith dowrvsta i rs , 2 rooms i»d half telh ur«tairs. Furnished o.- un- ftnbhfrtf, Carrwrt, garage, fW* AUJw offer, S H R E V G REAL ESTATE Hwy 1 T 2 N., FayetteviHe NEEDS LISTINGS end SALES PERSONNEL Phone 442-9100 HENRY SHREVE 7 Ac; 45 E; KS of land, 3 /4 st. $16,000. 2 Acres restricted building site, mile ol Hwy. 45 East. SG800. Quality 3 Bdr. home, formal din ing. familyroom, fireplace, heat air, appro*. ^ acre lot on Hwy 45 East. S-9,500. 25 ACTPS of l a n d approx. half opei B e a u t i f u l view for building. 1 milp.1 from Fayetteville. $15,750 Terms available. 50 -Acres of land near half open ·ith pond. Approx. 10 miles fro FayettevHle. $29.500. Ter msavai! NOW BUILDING Store ami wooI with 3 bedrooms, famil room, cnrlix-ed backyard, and garage. Uo Near P.ool EVhoo?, 3 bedrooms ,fami! room, (irrptflcc and dock. Located Jos oti 15 Kasl on I;un*ford Sf. Native stone anrl wood with 3 family room, (irep'aec, and deck. Jit-t o OM Wire Roed north on Yvxuie 8L country lifie pine covered salting. FIXING TO BUILD Oontemporary house witli bay window dining room, wcl bar, fireplace and irooms. Beautiful vjew to the South located on Rogers Way. irA O'ii Mttin, Von to!i us what o rant. HOLLAND HOUSE, INC. Phone 442-2740 BY OWNER B e a u t i f u l 5 bedroom, 1 story Dutc Colonial with 2600 sq. ft., 3 baths pjus dressing room; forma! living dining room; GE double-oven an dishwasher in kitchen with lots of cabinets; paneled famityrooi with fireplace; utilityroom; 2 a. garage; excelled landscapin^-va r i o t y of shade, f r u i t trees an flowering shrubs, natural rock pa tio and pool; fenced. 553,500, Ca 521-6657 for appointment. FAXOLY home. Five oodroonia bathrooms, livinjrroom, di/iingro- chen, wash room. On lara krt. C'aH i!3-C510, , thr 2 BEDROOM house on TffxlbT lo'. mile east of Farmirgion. Priced /or ]u! 9 p.m. . . nd shrubs. Clean isting. S11.500.0X). Im on. Prairie Grove. Irlck near ne w.3 bedroom and imily room, with 2 walls bri\,...- ertmic. 2 iaths on a p p r o x i m a t e l y acres. Barn and pond. Owner u f l t with many extras. Central eat and air, carpeted, beautiful lature shade. tunning dark bric-k with white ables. Shown by appointment. rew listing. Close in Lincoln. 47-R«al E*tat*-For SaU ·ool Noti 1 FOR QUICK SALE By Owner 4 year old. 3 bedroom Eully c»r- p t t e d except for 2 hedroonia. Central h e a t . In Red A r r o w Housing Division. Excellent Condition. Goes u n d e r Real Estate Agency next wecfc. 117,500. 443-5167. -BY CAS'NEH: 100 acres, near [Jevll' her, mo;.ll' wooded, mountainous, or c-tu nl 1o# r.ibir, yea r round Mream. BY OWNER 3 bedroom, 1!£ baths, cedar ranch house with over 1,400 sq. ft. in Burterfield School District. Low 20's. Phone 4425087, Marali* Order IN THK CHASCHRV COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ARKANSAS RT IlKKD AND LUCILLB REKD. IUSBAND AND WIKK Plaintiff Vs. No, 74-233 THKLMA FARJNKUJ McCOV Defendant Thu Defendant The!ma Karlnelll McCoy 5 u.irnert to appear In this Court wllhln ilrly days and answer lh« compaint ' the PlainUir* In the above entitled Vi'Hness my hand and seal T ourt t h i s 9 day ot May. 1971- A l m a Knllmeyer, Chancery Ctertr By yaye r^iappelj IXC. .Sea!) ,(c 12-19-26 June 2 TO) plus . ft. heated area, plus . . arjfe 2 car garage. Brick, l u x u r y ons trucl ic n . 3 bedroom, with bath, a m i l y room w i t h woodburning i replace. Carpeted, patio, centra] ieat and air .abundance storage in uclom built kitchen with Inside rick wall. -30 living room. OAK MANOR DRIVE _ the location of this new brick veneer, 3 bdrm home,, 1800 sq. ft. Conventional in design .Amenities nclude formal living room, family ·m. w/fireplace, kitchen with al ^u ill-ins, central Heat and air corner lot with beautiful shade rees. Price $39,900.00, Contact B L. Lewis. OVER 3600 SQ. FT. f beautiful brick veneer home ocated on .7 acre lot -- Crest !riv«. If you need lots of room -a beautiful view and exclusive residential area -- THIS IS FOR YOU, Listed Price $44,500.00. Con- act Jo Anne Stanberry, LINDSEY ASSOC. COUNTRY LIVING -R 117. ax b e a u t i f u l acres -- ce- ar siding two-story home on hill w i t h gorgeous view -- 3 B/Rs -2 haths -- large family room -utility room -- extra room for f o u r t h bedroom -- CH CA -all city utilities -- $32.000. After hours, Muriel Howard 521-2083. BALDWIN AREA GR 102 103. Two properties each on * acre lot at $22,450 each or huy bobh together. One has ; B/Rs, h a t h , fireplace; garage anc workshop space In basement. The other has 2 B/Rs, tremendous wooc paneled kitchen, large living room Also has a separate 2,000 *q. ft b u i l d i n g with refrigeration areas for storage, etc., t h a t was rented for $100 m o n t h . A f t e r hours, G]e n Mason. 521-3450. BEL AIR ADDITION MR 109. Redecorated 3 B/R -- . .,, baths -- CH CA -- carpeted -- tfarage -- fenced y.ird -- brick siding -- 524.500. A f t e r hours, Muriel Howard 521-2083. NORTHEAST MR 115 Large deck -- den w/fire- place -- 3 B/Rs -- 2 full baths -formal L/R -- w/w carpeting -CH CA -- all the built-ins -large 2-car garage -- 5-1,200 equity assume loan of $29.400. Afte hours. Muriel Howard 521-2083. HOME OFFICE OR WORKSHOP GR lie. 4 B/R -- 2 baths -- tars family room -- 112'x230 completely fenced yard -- l.irg e four room workshop or offices with balh -also 8x12 storage building -- all in excellent condition only $27,50 SMALL FARM GF 104. 18 acres, small 2 B/H house -- drilled well -- pond and som hog fencing and sheds -- South o Wedington, West ot Farmington $19,500. After hours, Glen Masoi 521-3450. BRfCK HOME ON 1 ACRE MH M. Quiet area, neighbors no too close -- nice 3 B/H brick horn -- carpeted -- central heat -- win C -- workshop also. Only Alma Xoiinwyer ulisioner In Chancery HcaH Tc I* 19-26 Jurw 2 NOTICE PPLICATION FOR FERMTT TO SKLL W I N E IN RESTAURANT AND CAFB hereby given (hat the tmdci Uned has died w i t h the Department r Alcoholic Beverage Control ot Ihe Hale of Arkansas Tor a permit to sell md serve wine with, food on Ihe rcmiscs described as: ·t~ N. College, Fdye*teville, Wasfimflton County "he under sisnrrf slates that he Is · citizen ot Arkansas, of good moral eba racier, that he has nev*r been eonvictw felony or oiher crime tnvolvln; moral turpitude; that no license to sell ntculcati n B be veraKes by the u rwier signed has been revoked within five vcars last past; and thai th« und*r.slgnod las never been convicted of violating he laws oT this State, or any other Stale, relative to the sale of alcoholic Iquors, Application Is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the WWi daj at June. 1974. and to expire on the 30th day ot JUM. 1975. 9th day of May, 1974. (f-'cal) Commi 1-1-77 12-19 James C. Bfcakemoie Applican md sworn to before me this July A. Ward Notary P J. W. Gabel Larry Dowell ·park y Cunn inghara iladys Sonneman barrel] Conner Jim Lindsey Jo Anne Stanberry B. 1. Lewis Bill Preece EXCELLENCE with a view, 3 Bedroom Colonial Brick -- Approximately 2100 sq. ft. Yes. it has a lovely family room with fireplace. Yes, it has a living room. Yes, it has a -game room, Yes. it has a covered patio overlooking i"enci'd back yard. Yes, it is in Root School area and the lawn is manicured. Beautifully decorated and draped. Only 114,500.00. LINDSEY ASSOC. ·i ACRT3S Good soil, part limber. Good ^ U " J mortem .fireplace, drilled well, bedi pond, J6M. FOR SA home c 353? N. College Jo Ann« Stanberry B, Tj. Lewis Jim Lindscy J. W. Cabel Larry Do well Sparky Cunningham Gladys Sonneman Farri'll Conner Bill Preece REALTOR Phone S21-6611 442-8613 521-5700 531-5575 442-9463 4426959 52I-31S7 BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME By owner, Butterfield. 4 bedrooms walk-in closet, two baths, shag car- petiog, slate entrance hall, living- room, paneled rfen/fircplacc, dining area, diahw;isher self-cleanin] OVDH, pantry, utility room, central air, paneled double garage, feneed- in yard, gas frill, lovely trees, 8% low equity loan can be assumec* $12,000. Phone 521-6190. YARD SALE Saturday, S u n d a y and Monday 3:00 a.m., third house south of Shakespeare on South School. Baby items dishes, stove, jars, bottles, A v o n lamps, organ, pictures, books, dolls and clothing, all sizes. Some antiques. BY OWNER Kaths, carpdH, central rtoswl Ittrk yard, convenient to schools. Phone 44?-25Sl or 521-47??. LOVING HOME NEEDS NEW FAMILY 2 Acres off 45 East- B u t t erf I*ld School, brown cedar, native ston* trim and fireplace. Over 1,500 sq. ft, Central a-c, carpeted. 3 bedroom 2 baths, huge fannlyroom, diningroom, kitchen with eating space. Stable for HORSES, Completely fenced. By Owner. Mid 40's. RXOLUSTVE residential subdivision belns dovpiopcd by owner lo be opened near future. Commitments for rfiolce cared building iites being accepted nor. Enjoy all city conveniences In this country hideaway. For further ia- forroatjon call -H2-25S1 weekdays 8-5, BY OWNER: 4 acres, 45 East, Gfttrt oaks, 2-3 borJrrwm hriek, central lifMj carrW-ed, la r? e workshop. Fa yrtttvllle sohoo!. IM,30I after 4 p.m. 412-503. TWO BEDROOM htyut. l»« blocks frcra U (f. A campui, 602 Fr^wx, lot Mx225 !6,[tiO, Phone M2£5a6 or 443-37??. Star Valley Angus Farms Emulous/Western Canadian Sale Feoturing Big Foil Gaining Performance Cattle 11:00 a.m.. MONDAY, May 13, 1974 at the Farm near Fayetieville, Ark. (located 3 miles wesl on Hwy 16, then 1 mile north). Selling over 100 head includinng 20 performance tested bulls and 50 females, many with colve* ol side Featuring the get fn service of Biffles Emufous 099, "Canadian Powerhouse", "Canadian Marshal" end Emulous TN 70. THREE BEDROOM HOMES For Sale 1153 Overcrest 1016 Lake Sequoyah Drive Fayetteville . McKenzie Const. Co. Can 6S6-7974 before 9 a.m. or after 6 P.M. . 7 mllei west of Hunt-svjllc. i)j' owner: Comfortable 6 1 acre al Hnbberfon, fam- rireplace, custom made drapcrii carpeting througliout. -tf 2-2SO1. , woodburninjf Legal Notices- WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS Pauline, Plaintiff Vs. Ch 71-351 Albert Feese, Defendant The defend.TM!, Albert F e e . s e Ls warned lo appear fn this Court within thirty days ami answer Ihe complain uf Ihe Plainlilf in 1he above enlitlec Wilness my hand anrf seat of (his Court ihis 25th day ot April, 1971. Almn KnEIincyei Public School Art Winners Awarded Prizes and ribbons have been awarded to students exhibiting work in the Public School Art Show at the University ot Ar kansas Fine Arts Cente Gallery. Fayetteville High Schoo Ramay Junior High an Woodland Junior High of Fas e 11 e v i 11 e , Springdale Higl- School, Central Junioir High am Southwest Junior High o Springdale, and Prairie Grovi High School and Middle Schoo are represented. Gold Ribbon and best of shov award was won by Davii Tucker, 12th grade, Springdal High School. Prizes and blue ribbons wen ,o Kathy Laningham, 9th grade Southwest Junior High; Tercs Moore, 12td grade, Fayettevill High School; Joe Middlelon 12th grade, Fayetteville Hig School; Bob Miller, 10th gradi Fayetteville High School; Joh Lowe, 12th grade, Fayettevit High School; Marline Kelly, 8t grade. Southwest Junior High Alycia Coffield. IHh grade Fayetteville High School: Tomoko Sekigucki, llth'grade Fayetteville High School. Red ribbons were awarded t Bryan Hucke, 12th grade. Fay etteville High School; Ter Kupietz, 9th grade; Southwes Junior High; John Lewis. 12t grade, Springdale High School Patricia Pianalto, 9th gradi Southwest Junior High; Joh Rogers, 9th grade. Prair Grove High School; Davi Cross, llth grade, Fayettevill High School; Terri Fletche 12th grade. Fayetteville Hig School: Mark Davis. 10th grade Springdale High School; Re Lisle, 7th grade. Southwe Junior High. Mrs. Martha Sutherlan ·MIIIIIHIMIimHIlM^ Today In History CIeriI COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Thai i pursuance of tire authority anri djrec- 3ns contained in the rtecrela! order the Chancery Court of County, made and entered on Ihe 3rd day ot May. A.D., IS71 in a ccn, I No. ctiT.J-236) then pending Ihertfn between Superior federal Savins:, and lxan Association ol Fort Smith Arkansas. R'ainlilf and Karen L Boen (fomjerlv Riefcen) de/endant. the untler signed as Commissioner of said court n i l t offer for snle at public vendui lie highest bidder, at the west door utrancc of Ihe County Court House ilm'li said Court is held, [n Ihe ly o! Washington, within Ihe hours ·ribed bs' law for judicial sale* oe Sill day of June nt 0:00 R.m. 1974, the following described real estate, to-wit: Ixit Numbered Two (2) in Shady I,nn( West Fork. Arkansas, in the recorded Plat (hereof Additii ihown upon in file in the oftic* of the Circuit Clerk ind Es-Oflicio Recorder of Wasliingi County. Arkansas. TKRMJ OP SALE: On » credrt ree months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as requiret V law and the order and decree o snid Court in said cause with app security, bearing interest al the of 7 per cent per annum from _ of sale until paid, and a lien being rclsir.ert on the premises sold to secun (tie payment ot the purchase money. Given tinder my hand this 9th of M»y. A.D., 197J. gallery coordinator, said th exhibit will he on display the Arts Center through 11 May IS. The gallery is ope 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays onl Thieves Hit Farms DES MOINES (AP) Thieves have hit one out of e ery five Iowa farmers with the past three years, accordin to a poll conducted by Wallac Farmer, one of the nation's ol est rural publications. The magazine's pollste asked the Following question 477 Iowa farm men and worn en: "Have you been a victim theft within the last thr years?" Twenty per cent r plied yes. Heading the list things stolen were fuel li stocks machinery and tools. Also, the poll showed th thieves tended to pick Uicir ta gets from the wealthier farr ers. Of farmers with less tha $10,000 yearly income, 17 pe cent reported farm thefts, those w h o earner! $40,000 per cent reporfet more, 25 thefts. TREMENDOUS VALUES The most automobile for the money is a 197 or '73 Cadillac. A tremendous saving when yo buy a two year old Cadillac with low mileag for less than $5000. See HATFIELD PONT I AC-CADILLAC For These Cars Today 220 N. College Phone 442-230 Cost Accounting Clerk IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR A COST AOOOUNTDIG CIXKR. ACCOUNTING EXPERIENCE DESIRED GOOD SALARY AND BE!*EFTTS. AGE OPEN. APPLY AT PERSONNEL DEPT.. DAISY Division Victor Comptometer Corp. Rogers, Arkansas 72756 An Equal Opportunity Employer More Stories From Land Of Happy Hollow School EDITOR'S NOTE: Action ,nd fantasy are interwoven nto the creative writings or Indents al Happy Hollow Elementary School. Selected samples r( creative writing elementary students w i l l be published by the TIMES rorrf now until the end of chool. THERE WAS A BOY Once unon a time there was boy and his name was Lance. One day Lance was going out D the woods and you know hat he saw? lie saw a bear. was a GIANT! Lance was f'RAID! Horror! Rorror! Lance Enbanks Grade 1 A TWO-1N-ONE STORY If I were Richard Petty. I ould win more races in ASCAR than anyone else. In fact. I would win more aces than the real Richard etty. In this story I win real race, down the track : ·ent, I was behind Davic 'earson. and almost in fron' : him. Here came the sharp urn. Davy, (short for David! urned upside down! My bes luddy in stock car racing was hurt! I had to win the race great deal! I was in first place, so only one more lap. Still in the lead. I won! And my buddy \vas happy. 1 was Don Prohdome. and I was ready for action. It was warm up time, and I was ready to go. Soon the green light flashed and off we went. Down the quarter mile drag strip. Then I lost control and crashed when my car blew up. Since I was in the car I was almost killed. Even so, 1 won! Isn't it. nice to know you've won? Doug Jones Grade 2 BUBBLE GUM I am a piece of bubble gum waiting in the jar. No one will pick me up when they reach in the jar. Oh Boy! Here comes someone I think who wants some bubble gum. Nope, they didn't want any glim. Now. here comes someone that's already in the jar. Hey. he picked me out! He is putting me in his mouth. Smack, smack, smack. Bang! Norman Weems Grade 4 By The Assncialed Press, Today is Sunday, May 12,'the 32nd day of 1974. There are 23:) ays left in the year. This is lother's Day. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1949, Soviet Davis To Speak On Transportation Grant M. Davis, Oren Harris rofessor of Transportation in he University of Arkansas p j 1 e g e of Business Administration will give two peeches Monday in connection vith his serving as chairman n Arkansas for National Transportation Week. At noon Dr. Davis will speak o the Springdate Rotary Club it the Holiday Inn ots the iignificance of transportation in Arkansas. At 7 p.m. Monday lie vill speak before the Arkansas Council of Safety Supervisors at the Ramada Inn in Fort Smith. The topic will be "Observations Regarding Safety-" On May'16 Davis will be a Suest lecturer at a seminar in Memphis sponsored by the JA and the National R i v e r Academy. Davis will speak on"Maritime Economics" at 1:30 p.m. in the Sheraton Hotel. Second Time Charm LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -- 3ov. Dale Bumpers of Ar- fansas came to office in 1970 in the greatest landslide victory in state history. It was his seconc political race. The first, for a legislative seat, was a failure. authorities in Berlin announced .hat the 328-day blockade of and routes to the isolaled city lad heen lifted. On this date: In 1774, the Boston committee of correspondence proposed nal all American colonies suspend trade with Britain. In 1775, American troops cap- .ureri Crow Point on Liike Dhamplain from the British. In 1820, the English woman who Founder! modern nursing, Florence Nightingale, was born in Florence, Italy. In 1932, the body of the kidnapped baby son of Charles A. Lindbergh was found in a woods in Hopewell. N..I. In 1938, Japanese warships captured the Chinese island of A-niov. In'1943. the World War II battle of North Africa ended with Ihn German surrender of Cape Bon in Tunisia. Ten years ago: The oldest and one of the most powerful members of the House of Representatives, Clarence Cannon, died The Missouri Democrat was 85. Five years ago: General Motors announced it no longer would produce its controversial rear-engine Chevrolet Corvair. One year ago: It was announced that the Soviet Communist leader. Leonid Brezh- nev, would visit the U.S. in mid-June for talks with President Nixon. Today's birthdays: Baseball Manager Yogi Berra is 49 years old. Composer Hurt Bacharach is 45. Auto executive Lynn Townsend is 55. Things don't turn up in this world until somebody turns them up -- President Jamea Garfield, 1831-1881. LEASE YOUR CAR A NEW PONTIAC-CADILLAC OR ANY MAKE OF NEW OR LATE MODEL CAR OF YOUR CHOICE. CONTACT: HERBERT HATFIELD 22 E. MEADOW - FAYETTEVILLE PHONE 442-2303 Jf yam reaHy want your new home, have it bwk now! Costs keep climbing. The home you want wil coat more later. No mortgage shortage ot CAPP HOMES. V/e have oor own resources and our own mortgage plans --low down payment, competitive rates and the option to postpone your first instalment Mil five months after delivery! Get the whote story in ow FREE 1974 Idea Book. Send for it today. Yo»CAFP HOMES RepresenUti JAMES CHAMBERS Box 4103 Foyetteville, Ark. 7270 T (501) 751-0245 1M07 Blue Rltfge 1V.\-A. Hidmum Hills : city. Mo. 6O3* Iteacntt

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