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· NftrtHwttl Arfccmet TIMCS, Sot., Jon* M, 1974 47-twri Irtut* FH Sol*- 7-K«al C.lut» for Sol* COUNTRY LIVING Six beautiful acTM -- cedar riding two ttory honw on Mil with for- (·OIU view -- 4 B,TU -- i bllhl -- Urcc UmJly room -- utility roam -- CH fc CA -- .11 city utmtlM. OAKLAND STREET All brick home clow lo UcrfA -) B/fU -- CH It CA -- bulM-ins -- 6oobl« f*r*|e -- p»tlo with privacy . in b*ck -- fcnc«d yard -- w/w cArpcUnf -- priced in mid twerv tie*. Good buyl CLEVELAND STREET Two rtory hou*e Jurt a few Moeta from UofA -- Urge tree ihaded lot -- 2 full fc»th -- room* jrikr« '-- If you like older home*, you'I] l«v* it! WAINUT AVENUE 3 B/R oWer home -- lM'x.50' lot with card en -- central hex! -hardwood floors with carpel inf -- ·eparate dining room -- ba*emen1 with ]ot» of rtorage room. Prtcec Tow. BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE ^2 B/R -- 1 bath -- separate dining room -- utility room -- built- in oven «nd range -- large living room -- garajge and workshop -beautifully wooded acre -- F*y- ·ttevllle School! . WEST FORK Only two yean old -- brick i n d ·Idinf -- 3 B/Ri -- 1 bath -- g* Ttgt -- central h*»t -- w/w shai , carpeting -- built-in oven an range. $1000 down should buy i -- total price *18,OOQ. STORY LAKEHOUSP 3 B/R -- 2 bath house on L Beaver -- carpeted -- alt electric -- utility room -- deck -- carport -- built-in oven -- completelj furnished Including washer dryer television. L^kefront tot with beau iiful view. REAL STATE Company IB «MK* Real Estate 701 North Collec* WB-7215 "We Practice th« Golden Rule" After hours: Glen Maaon Vine Blum en ben MurUi Howard 442-5396 521-20K1 EVHK.XBODT nadj tbt TBCES WANT AD6. Too uv! MINI-FARM A CryvUl clear cprlnf-ftd Hr*ajn flow* through thti farm y M round. Twenty ]«vel acre* In Fes cue -- balance timber. One yea old Stect-trusMd automatic Brotle rwm«. Four bedroom modern home Cloce in West of Fayetfevill* or Blacktop, Call uc for appoint men to M* It. EvenEnga call 442-U6. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company REALTOR 1015 N. College 521-6700 Bill lazenby 521-5833 In Davit 521-4448 Doug Hartley .... 442-6446 Arthur Clark 751-9724 YANCY REALTY orflr« Phone M6-2153 EH WALTOfi Prairie Grw Ark. P. O. Box :M Hiway 62 -- 2 miles west Prairie Grov. Ark. 72753 OFFICE PHONE Bob Yancey Bill Yanc*y · Vern Reeve* 32 acre* le*i than a mile of grav ' road to vtate highway, located ap · prox. 3 mile* from Prairie Grov ,a good location and priced to »e at $7,500. If you axe looking for a real bar · 'gain in a nice small stock f a r m · you will surely want 1o see th 4O acres. All open seeded pastur under very good fence w/cross -fencing, corrals, holding pens, goo hay barn and equipt. shed. 2 pone good well. 2 bdr. 1 bath dwelling nice shaded yard, on good coun . ty road 2!i miles from highway Will go fa«t at $34.000.00. /^Beautiful cedar sided split | on 6 acres, city water and na gas, country living with city con veniences 3 large bedrooms, bath, full basement w/utility pla room .extra bedroom. large carpor · tin deck and many other fin .features in this comfortable ho as · .You would have a hard time re placing it at the selling price $32,000. Can get good terms. ' '228 acres *tock farm, all open Ian seeded lo grass, can see over mosi , of the place from the dwelling very nice 3 bdr. modern colon ii " sty1« Jxme newly remodeled, 12,50 broiler cap. in insulated hous W/auto equipment, 2 jjood barn sheds, extra good working pen. for livestock, also 2 good wells, pond*, creek. s pri nj* branc h, f o abundant water supply. Not man iround a* nice as this one. IDLE MONEY Then pot It to work. We have jus been authorized to offer this beau tiful Four bedroom home plu three two-bedroom home and a Ga rage apartment at a very altractiv '- price termc. Clo*e to campus an hocplUls. Call us for details. Ev nine*--442-4MO. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company IB Li^j5! 1015 N. College 1521-6700 "Biir Lazenby 521-5833 les Davit 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Art Clark 751-9724 Home Loans FHA-VA CONVENTIONAL Call C R. BATES 521-3325 LAKE SITE Kcrc tt the Ideal locution for your u m m c r home or all yeir round arge corner lot with abundance f treet, city wilier see thU for ure. Evtnlna oil V3-M40. FRONTIER ro Lo OU'Ll IOVE THE KITCHEN OF THIS 3 bedroom, ] Va baths, cedar artch house with over 1,400 q. ft. in Butterfield School District. Low 20's. Phone 442- i087. BY Owner, three bedroom f r a m e home within walking distance tr Ik-aver l-Ake, rpeted and pint-lied with xaraze, 111.- £00, J521-0700 1015 M. Collega REAUOft 'BiEI"lozenby 521-5833 es Davis 521-4448 Dou 9 Hartley 442-6446 Art Clark 751-9724 No. 5X2 -- M ACRES 1600 ft. of eautiful year round creek rront- ajje. Excellent building silts, very [ood joll, large tree*, perimeter *ence, only seven miles from Fay- tttevllle. Term* wilh owner. Mo. S03 -- 35 Acrea, about 20 acre* pen and In- very good pasture L.ots o[ large trees and several nice building cites, Pasture Land it evel and the balance is rollinjf i^arge spring flows on properly Ju*t off black top £a*l of Springdale. fo. 913 -- 31 Acres excellent paa- ure. Good fencing, small storage ihed, drilled well large 2 acre pond with beautiful trees dotting ·he building «ite. West Fork area lust off highway. No. 611 -- SO Acres on Beaver l^ake with lake frontage. Large Native *tone and cedar home. Has 4 bed* rooma, 2 baths large living room with native stone fireplace cen- ra| heat and air, double garage Also, a small 3 room fishing cot- to. 615 -- 8 Acre*, ccven open -»arge 3 bedroom home. Central icat, electric appliances and huilt- ni. Familyroom. utility room washer, dryer nook up, good drilled well. West Fork area -- real nice Vo. 620 -- 44 Acres, 30 open pasture. 14 timber, fenced, 2 ponds, and a well. Owner financed at T l ,a% nlerest. Check with us on this aroper ty. No. 622. 20 Acrea with about 1« acres in pasture. Large 2 «tory, * oedroom modern home. Centra heat, "wa»her-dryer hookup, parti ally carpeted. Has small bam and small metal building and one pond Located on blacktop hiway with 1065' frontage. No. 623. 13 acreB all open an level with an excellent ftand o fescue. One pond, good well an natural gas. Older small modern home. 25,000 broilers. Poultry house have new equipment. Priced te sell. No. 624. 21 Acres -- 2 bedroom brick home. Fireplace, double car port, hardwood floors and natura gas. Located just off Cast 45. Fay etteville Root School District. rnr BUYING em YOU WANT REALTY FOUR BEDROOMS !dge of city llmiu, this v,-«ll kept rame hom«. Just right for the irowirv* family. Paneled, carpeted, lrap«d. shade trees, garden area, mmediate possession. Evenings " FRONTIER REAL 1015 N. ESTATE Company REAJ.TOC Doug Hartley ____ 442-6446 Les Davis ....... 521-4448 Arthur Clark ..... 751-9724 'Bill" Laienby ____ 521-5833 Fred Merton rick Ruge « Hamm fttt-2606 751-7835 A BEAUTY DUPLEX -- Two Bedrooms each Carpeted and draped, completely furnished, Central air -- excellen location. East of the Library. Ses this for sure. Evening! call 442 FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company Doug Hartley . . . Bill Lazenby ... tes Davis Arthur Clork ... 1015 N. College 442-6446 442-5439 521-4448 751-9724 BY Owner, three bedroom, fireptar*, car porl and garden, on 2ft lots dty util lies, above West Fork $18.000. S33- TWO bedroom house, two blocks fron ITofA oamrxis. 502 Frisco, lot 50x225 (MfiQ. Phone 442-5059 or -H3-3757. NEW HOMES Have two. One i* complete excep carpeis and yard work. Both ar 3 bedroom. I 1 ,'a baths, carpet throughout. Fireplaces. 2 car g rages central heat and air if d sired. One is stone and frame other is brick and frame. Nothin down to veteran* or can arrang financing with very small dowi to people with steady employmen Phone S39-2S79, Me Broom Const lion Co. A GREAT INVESTMENT Close to Square and Dic Street. Substantial Brick building favorably leased, Plus two mocler Bungalows. Priced to produce bet tfir than average Interest on you money. Evenings call 751-9724. We have good Substantial buy* of Real Estate. If you want to sel Home. Business, or Farm be sui to call or come in. We may hav. ju*t the buyer for your Property FRONTIER I |Jl015 N, ^^^jColleg* REAL ESTATE Compony 'Bill" lazenby .... 521-583. les Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley .... 442-6446 Arthur Clark 751-9724 FOR SALE BY OWNER Three bedroom, brick fronf, central heat, large lot, nice garden spot S2,SOQ equity aMiime "Te F*HA loan (S143 month. Brooksid*. Farming- ion. Call 267-3369 for appointment BY OWNER OAK MANOR BEDROOMS, 2W BATHS. ALL BRICK. U ACRE. PHONE 21-5699. :T nice thre« bedroom house, hra i. douVe gmgt, hdy carpeted, cen- rsl air aa-1 heat, fer^wd bickird with ,r?e «arin, (8,500, a«om« T% Jma, ij-nifflts $ia. 3*55 Vatey Dnvt, M ifter 5 p.m. a 1 BEDF.OOW hooM ,1'i l«*i la Orov f. Nea r dtmntoim, tjuet ntjtf"rr- iood. rili "· -- 7~*«al tilal* Foe SoU- Ugal Notice* IVTIKTBODY n ADS. You aj»r lh« TIMES fER, IrtnsferrfH. sell 8^ erjuUy, ·2-2. formal llvlnzroom, pun fieri rlen, VBtT. Root Sriyjof, lo* SO 1 *. PMne 21-6309. nst known nddrv^i of fiecedent: Route . Kayeltevllle, Arkanui nte ot D?nlh: Juno 3. 1971 An Instrument rlatcd Jurw 21, 1372. as on the 10th day of Jury*. 197). ad illlod to prubAtc as the last will ol he above named decedent, and the un- c/5li?ncd hns been Appointed executrix hereuntlcr. A contest o( the probate [ the will can b cfleclod only by (iltnn petition w i t h i n in* Um« provided by *·. All n«r!/as bavin? claims salnst the estate murt exhibit them, d-Jly verified, t Ihe undersigned witliin s.x m*i rom the dale ol the first publication f ihl* nrflicc. -r they ?hcll te Hr: arrcd nnd preclJded from any b*r n the estate. This notice lirst publhhcd 15th day June, 1871. tie Jones, Exec urli c-o Gieenhaw Greenhaw rwys at Law P. O. Box 4276 ·ayeltevill* Ark. 72701 ?IC 15, 23 ' EVERYBODY reada Uu TIMES WANT ADS. YOU «rt! NEW SUBDIVISION Now starting two-three-four bed- -oom homes. All have ]arjje f a m - ly rooms with fireplace. T w o baths and large two car garnxes, all builtliLS. Quality construction hroughout. Drive up Mockingbird -ane today and choose your home. Financing available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 after 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. O: Jacquelyn K«y DIxon D*vl» Wallers, mother O; David Aaron Davis Sr, tether : David Aaron Davis, Jr. a Minor NOTICE; or GUARDIANSHIP PKOCKDURK ke nollce Ihat on the 12 day ol June, 971, a petition was filed by Ivan H, mllh. Attorney for Arkftnsaa Social Scr- ees, in the Probate Court of Washing- on Couty, Arkansas, to have (a) certain child) named David Aaron Davis. Jr., cctared (a) dependent (child) and to .ake from you the custody and board- nhEp of. said (child) and to appoint urther some suitable person as (ils) u a r d l a n with, power to consent to the doptlon of. said (child) or Lo place aid (child) In some .suitable home [n his slate for the care and guardianship f dependent children. Now unless you appear within twenty j-s after the date of this notice and aw caue against such application, the litlon shall be taken as confessed' and the decree granted. Dated 6.12-71 Probat* Clerk Hu1h E. ROBERTS Fayeiteville, Arkan: Karen Combs DC 'Scan 2tc 12, 22 BfG AS A BARN Here's a wonderfully livable house with four bedrooms, Family room Two ceramic baths. Two-car garage. Privacy fence, back yard North of U. of A, Evenings cSll IRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company REALTOR 1015 N. College 521-6700 TO: Jacquelyn Kay DIxon Davis Wallers. Mother OF; Leroy Stevens, III. A Minor NOTKJU OE-' riUAHlHANSHIP PROCEDURE 'ak« notice that on the 12 day of June. 974, a petition was filed by Ivan H, mllli. Attorney for Arkansas Social Services in hie Probate Court VaahinRton County, Arkansas, in ha 1 r a) certain (child) named L*roy Sevens, II declared (a) dependent (child) and o lake from you the custody and guard anshfp of said (child) and lu appoint Jurther some guilab person as (Its) guardian with power tn consent In Ihe adoption of said child ir lo place said ·Mid In some suitable home in this slate for the care and guardianship of Icpendent children, *Jow unless you appear within twealy rlays after the dale o! this notice and show cause against such application, the petition shall be taken as confessed he decree granted. Dated 6-12..74 Probate tferk Ruth E. Roberts FayetteviJJe. Arkansas Karen Combs D.C it'AL 2tc 15, 22 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Les Davis 521-4448 Arthur Clork 751-9724 Bill Lazenby 521-5833 NORTHEAST LOCATION 3 bedroom Colonial with a view Extra nice with formal d i n . rm family rm. with f/p and beamed ceilings, kitchen with everything recreational rm. covered patio, fenced backyard with /a acre Storm windows, humidifier, Price $44,500.00. OAK AAANOR ADDN. Lovely, new 3 bedroom brick, formal living room, larjje family room w/f/p, large kitchen, corner lot Price reduced 1o W7.80.00. 5 BEDROOMS and Northeast local ion. Up anc down construction. Formal jlvinj and dining roms extra large fam ily room w/f/p. Beautifully drap«d and in excellent condition. 3,000 sq ff. of L-omfortable living. Price W2.000.00. Shown by appoinrmen' DUPIEX on Ramsey Irive. .Live In one side and rent the other. Excellent lo cation -- excellent condition. Price J29.500.00. K35 N. College 521-661 "Developers Of Hyland Park" Several new homes are being built Colors and accessories may be picX ed by the buyer. Call us for ii formation. BEQUETTE-PERRY CONST. CO. 521-6570 443-3780 442-2i5 2 PRIVATE OFFICES Deception room plus large storage Good downtown location. Call us for detail*. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company 1015 N. College Doug Hartley ____ 442-6446 Les Davis ....... 521-4448 Arthur Clark ..... 751-9724 Bill Lazenby ...... 521-5833 HOME * LAND BY OWNER Secluded home and 6 acres In Mountain Woodland 3 mile* from University, near Hwy. 62 Weft Open contemporary design by architect, western cedar construction, I bedrooms. 2 baths, screen porch, stone fireplace, quarter basement, kennels. Includes drapes, couch, table, dishwasher refrigerator, Atove. many builtins. house and 6 acres. J5S.OOO. Can 443-2131 a f t e r 6:00. HOME SITE Just oft 45 East 118x214 I,evel lot 'n area of other fine homes. Price J reasonable. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Compony 1015 N. College 521.6700 REALTOR "Bill" Laienby .... 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Art Clark 751-9724 l««al Notice* IN THE PROBATE COURT OF fASHTNGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS In THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE No. P-7«.I« D. JOOM ~ Everybody's Business State's Economy 'Sluggish' The economy ot Arkansas during the first quarter of 1974 is described as "sluggish" in the spring issue of the Arkanas Business and Economic Review, published by the University of Arkansas College of Business Administration. The spring issue of the publi- lation will be available for dis- ribution later this month, according to Dr. Phillip H. Tayor, editor and director of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research. In his summary of Arkansas economic activity during the irst quarter of the year, Dr. Taylor reports that personal ncome, at an annual level of £ billion, refected a decline if 0.4 per cent from the last quarter of 1973. Since this igure has not been adjusted for WARNING ORDER No. 7-UJ8 In the Chancery Court of Washington County, Arkansas James E. Preston Plaintiff Vs. " Linda Kay Preston, Defendant The Defendant Is warned lo appear n this Court within thirty days ant i«r the complaint of the Plaintiff n the above entitled caus«. Witness my hand and seal of thi. Court this 5th day of June. 1974. Alma Kollraeyer, CWancery Clerk By Kathleen Harness, D.C (Seal) 4tc 8, 15, 22, 29 N». CH 7MS* IN TUB CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS 'AULETTE GERALDINE GRIGG PLAINTIFF V. W1NDLE HASCAL GRIGG DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER ·ATE OF ARKANSAS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANT: You are hereby warned to appeal the Chancery Court of Washington County, Arkansas, within thirty (30) dayi to answer the complaint of the plaintiff Pauleile Geraldine Grigs, and upon your failure to do so, same will b« taken jonfessed. Witness my hand as Clerk of thi Washington County Chancery Court RIK the seal thereof, on the 29 day of May 197-1. ALMA KOLLMEYER, CLERK By: KATHLEEN HARNESS, DC 1, 8, 15, 22 TO: ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND Juydean Lee Melofstty (Mother) Of: Tracie Leann Melofsky WARNING ORDER T^ke notice that on the 17th day June, 1974 a peliUon was filed by Nil . and Dal« E, Wcatherford in 1he Juvenile Court of Washington County to have a certain (child) named Tr.icle Lcann Felorslcy declared a dependent flni" take from you the custody and guardianship ol said child and la appoint la her some suitable person us her guarrli or to place her in some suitable Insfitu lion or home in ttiis stale for the rim and guardianship of dependent children Now unless you appear within twent days aller the date ol this r.Mcf show cause against such apiriiratton, petition shall be faken as ronfessed and the decree granled. Dated June 18, IQ7 COUNTY CLBP-K Routh E. Roberts FayellR\ r Llte, Arkansa Karen Combs, D.C ITc 22 ORDINANCE NO, 2013 AN ORDINANCE WAIVING FORMAL BID REQUIREMENTS FOR CLAY SEWER P1PK AND FITTINGS FOR TH E RE MAI NDER OF THE 197 CALENDAR YEAR; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES, \VHE REAS, the Water and Sewe i department or the City of Faycltevllk is required to purchase clay sewer pipe and fillings during the ear; and WHEKEAS, formal bids for the pur chase of said pipe and IiUlngs ha been advertised for and received; and WHEREAS, none of the bids received Tor safd pipe and fittings contained a firm prfce for one j'ear. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT OH DAWED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS, Section 1. That pursuant to Ark. Stal Ann. Sec. 19-141i the requirements o: competitive bidding lor the o clay sewer pipe and fillings be, and "lereby are, waived for the remainder if the 1974 calendar year Tor the rea; ,hat no firm bids were received bj he City for the purchase of said pipe and fittings. Section 2- That (his ordinance s be in full force and e f f e c t from ant after its passage, approval end publl cation. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 8ts( DAY OF May, 1974, APPROVED: Ruswll T. Purdj .MAYOR \TTEST: Darle ne Westbrook CITY CLERK Tc 22 oRnrvAxoi xo. 2012 AN ORDINANCE TO ACCEPT ^ C O N F I I I M THE LARGE SCALE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF DOCTOR J, . HAYS FOR PROPERTY LOCATED VT 2811 NORTH COLLEGE AVENUE. WHEREAS, there has been presented ' the Board of Directors of the Ctly o! Fayetteville, Arkansas, a plat-brawn s ihe I arse scale development plan if Doctor J. B. Hays for property located t 23U North CoUeRC Avenue; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission f the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas. *3 recommended the acceptance of said NOW, THEREFORE, BE TT OR DAINED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS: Section 1. That the City of FajeHeville, Arkansas, hereby Bcrefts ind confirms le I arse scale development plan oclor J. B. Hays for property located t 2844 North College Avenue. Section 2- That this ordinance shall be in full fore* «nd effect from «nI Tier 11 s pfl!*»ge, approval «nd poW ation. - . PASSED AND APPROVED THIS Kit ·AY OF May, 1974. APPROVED Roue!! T. Pnrdy MAYOR ATTEST: Darlene WeXbreofc I TV CLERK Tc 21 inflation. Dr. Taylor reported,' the real loss Is even greater. Dr. Taylor said that the primary causative factor in the decline oE personal income appeared to be a decline in agricultural sales. Seasonally adjusted cash receipts from farm marketings were well ahead of the first quarter of 1973, he found, but were considerably-lower than the final quarter of the year. Employment in agriculture also declined, on a seasonally adjusted basts, to 54,000 workers, about 10,000 less than in the first quarter of 1973. Other economic findings in the Review included: --T he une m ploy me n t rate declined from 4.3 per cent in the last quarter of 1973 to 4.2 per cent, but total employment. s e a s o n a l l y adjusted, also declined -- by about 16,000 workers. --Employment in manufacturing increased, reflecting also a 12 per cent rise in the value- added - by - manufacturing index. P a r t of this increase is attributable to inflation, Taylor said, but there still appears to have been real subsUmtial growth in the first quarter. --Residential construction, adjusted seasonally, recovered only slightly from the low level of the final quarter of the past year, and non-residential construction remained relatively constant. Taylor added that. "Overall, the Arkansas economy continued its growth in the first quarter of the year, but at t much more moderate rate than that experienced in 1973." He said that economic performance during the remainder of the year appeared to be dependent largely on how well the agricultural sector performs. ; "Since it appears unlikely that growth in the dollar value of agricultural output in IPV4 can match that achieved in 1973," Taylor concluded, "the state's economic growth in 1974 may be considerably slower; than in 1973." Copies of the Arkansas Busi-, ness and Economic Review may be obt ai ned from the, Bureau of Business and Economic Research, College of Business Administration, UofA, Fay- ctteivlle. 72701, Fine Food In A Rural Setting 'Farmer's Daughter' Coming Fayetteville will soon have a restaurant which is not a carbon :opy of the many popular cat- ng places where diners have to decide what they want to eat before selecting the place. Kirk McClelland, manager of .he Farmer's Daughter -- due to open early in July -- said :hat providing a distinctive selling and a gourmet menu is Ihe total concept behind establishment of the resturant The Farmer's Daughter is lo- cated on a 30-acre site in the northwest part of the city. It is reached over short stretch of gravel road off Johnson Road. A large, two-story Victorian house has been remodeled into four separate dining rooms, each retaining the atmosphere of an earlier period. The res- turant will have a seating capacity of approximately 100. A large entryway featuring a carved wooden stairway will serve as the reception area. And each dining room will be accented with family heirlooms and paintings and antiques collected by the McClellands. In one of the dining rooms a distinctive fireplace will provide the central focal point. Here stained glass windows, which caine out of McClellancJ's grandmother's home in Mexia, Tex. have been installed. In a second dining room the original cherry wood paneling NEW CAREER FOR STATELY FARMHOUSE . which, serene in its 30 acres of land, will house Fayetteville's newest restaurant will serve as a backdrop f o r period furnishings. A less formal atmosphere has been created in tlie glassed-in porch which provides a sweeping view of woodland and pastures. Pew benches will flank the tablei for seating. The upstairs has been converted into living quarters and Kirk's office. The Farmer's Daughter is a family affair. Kirk and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McClelland, are joint owners and the entire family has assisted in the plans for the new venture. C. B. McClelland ws born and . raised in Fayetteville and will join the family here when he retires from the printing hus- iness in Houston. " The cooking staff will be supervised by Mrs. Doris McClelland. Kirk's mother. She plans to use recipes which have been handed down in her family for generations. "We will prepare food, not just cook it,'* McClelland said. A 15-member staff will provide service, Waitresses will wear country dresses and waiter j e a n s and coveralls to maintain the rustic setting. A nearby vine-covered outbuilding will be converted into a "country slorc" in the future and Ihe large barn may, at some date, he changed into a place for old-fashioned country dances. "We looked for a long time before finding a place we could convert into our dream of a truly fine restaurant," McClelland said. The house was built in the early 1900s and was formerly owned by the Davis, Nettleship and Young families. The opening of the restaurant will culminate 14 months of planning and an e v e n longer period of dreaming of establishing a distinctive restaurant. McClelland said. Anjou Field Day Scheduled For Fayeiteville Area June 26 PRAIRIE GROVE -- The Arkansas Maine-Anjou Association will h o l d a cattlemen's field day June 26 at the Sundowner Maine-Anjou Ranches 10 miles south of Fayetteville on Hwy. 265. The field day will feature a Inflation Rate Rose In May WASHINGTON (AP) - The annual rate of inflation in consumer prices returned to double digit levels in May following the April slowdown, the Labor Department has reported. Consumer prices in May were 10.7 per cent above a year earlier and, if the May inflation rate continued for the next 12 months, would be more than 13.2 per cent higher than now at the end of the next 12 months, the department said. The May increase in the Consumer Price Index was 1.1 per cent. This compared with a six- tenths of one per cent increase in April, There were sharply higher prices last month for a wide range of £oods and services, including food, health services, clothing and used cars. Among the bad news reported jn the May index was a nine- tenths of one per cent increase in food prices on a seasonally adjusted basis, reversing the four-tenths of one per cent decline in April, The only favorable consumer Lrends in the food area were lower prices for meats, poultry and eggs. The May increase of 1.! per cent in the C PI was both on a seasonally adjusted and unadjusted basis. The index stood in May at 145.6 of the 1967 average of 100, meaning it cost $145.60 to buy what JIM purchased in the 1967 survey. display of purebred Maine - Anjou bulls and females, as well crossbred Maine - Anjou from a variety of foundation breeding stock. The latest in forage handling to a wide variety of recreational equipment along with pharmaceutical company and artificial insemination beef centers will be displayed and company representatives will he on hand to explain new techniques. A special demonstration of [he working cattle dog will be given by Foy Evans of Hiwasse. Evans is on the board of direc- lors of the National Sheep Dog Society and the Texas Stock Dog Association. He has trained, handled and bred stock dogs for 22 years throughout the South and the Midwest. The field day will also feature Jerry Htnshaw, area rancher, speakirrg on Maine-Anjou cattle; Dr. Connel Brown and Dr. Arthur E. Spooner of the University of Arkansas Animal Science Department, who will speak on "Beef Production Concepts of the F u t u r e , " and French Maine-Anjou breeders who will discuss breeding programs in France, the breed's native country. LUNCH SCHEDULED Activities will get underway at 10 a.m. with lunch served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Following the field day w i l l be an Arkansas Maine-Anjou Association and Sundowner Ranches Maine-Anjou production sale on June 27. Maine-Anjou breeders f r o m around the world representing France, England, Australia, Canada. Scotland, New Zealand, Mexico and other countries will witness the sale. In addition to two purebred bulls and two purebred females there will be an offering of 95 head of all red and white and all bred weight three-quarter blood and half-blood Maine-Anjou females, with guest consignments from members of the Arkansas Maine - Anjou Association. The sale will get underway promptly at noon. Further information may be obtained from Ralph Jurgens. sale manager - 501-846-2121 or Herb Duell, Arkansas Maine-Anjou Association president, - 501-4G-- 2144. SHELTON SALES RECEIVES AWARD Shelton Sales and Service of Fayetteville has received General Eleetric's "Monogram Distinguished Dealer" award for 1973. The award was made for "outstanding contributions [o the development, growth and maturity" of the central air conditioning industry. The award was presented to Doyle Shelton at a special dealer awards meeting in Memphis. Shell rm Sales and Service is the second dealer in Arkansas to receive the citation since it was inagurated in 1969. ConEd Files Anti-Trust Suit NEW YORK (AP) -- The Consolidated Edison Co. has filed a $208 million anti - trust suit charging several major oil companies' plotted to drive prices up and keep down the supply of low-sulphur Persian Gulf Oil. The suit field Thursday in Manhattan federal court drew quick denials from spokesmen for two of the firms named. The suit "strikes us as strarght out of Grimm's Fairy Tales," said a Mobil Oil Corp. official. A Standard Oil Co. of California official said, "We are completely confident we have conducted ourselves within the spirit and the letter of the law and believe this suit is without foundation." The other defendants are Chevron Oil Trading Co., Texaco Inc., and Texaco Overseas Petroleum Co. The suit charges the firms with deciding in 1971 to monopolize oil trading in the Persian Gulf area. Last September they filed lawsuits around the world in an alleged attempt to pressure the New England Petroleum Co. CNEPCO), Con Edison's chief oil supplier, away from dealing directly with the government of Libya. Without the Libyan negotiations, the suit said, NEPCO could not fulfill its contract and Con Edison had to buy more expensive fuels from other sources to power its ·generator!. Benfonville Bank Increases Size Of Director Panel BENTONVILLE -- The Bank of Bentonville has increased Us capital stock structure and the size of its board of directTM v R S S ,£,» an Announcement y a. R ' E (Ed B «ck, president. At a directors meeting June 11, eight Bcntonville business and professional men were e l e c t e d directors, bringing board strength to 12. Authorization to increase the number of directors was given at a special meeting of the stockholders on April 16. At the same meeting the stockholders raised the authorized capital stock to $1,250,000, assigning 3 par value of $25 to e a c h of 50,000 shares, which is an ta- crease from the previously authorized 3,000 shares At the present lime there are 39,200 shares outstanding, with 10,800 shares authorized but un- issued. These un-issued shares are available for future capital expansion. Buck said. The capital slock has now been increased to $980,000 from the pre. viously authorized $300,000. Amendments to the bank's Articles of Agreement and In- eorporalion, aulhorizing the above action, were unanimously approved at Ihe April 16 meeting of shareholders.The stale Banking Board gave its approval May 20. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has concurred in the action. New members of the board of directors are Max Burger Roy Scoggins, Dr. Ed Adair, Dr. John Hollow, George Billingsley, Glen Featnerston, John Fryer and Clayton Little. They join holdover members Sam Walton, board chairman Buck William H. Enfield and Cari Hutchens. Carl Burger has retired from the board. New Representative The appointment of John Dacus as a representative of the Aetna Life Insurance Company at Fayetteville has been announced by E. A. Ostedgaard and Associates, general agents for Arkansas. Dacos recently completed hit ore-induction (raining program and t- qualified in the coTJepi marketip? division. A gradual* at the University of Arkansa*, be live* at 15 N. Locust St.

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