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NOHTHWMT ANUMAS T1MB, Far*n*vi*«, ArlmwM, WWiMtAiy, Jcnwry , IMf. Obituary whit* she win ilttlnc In her rhalr lifttnin to a radio program. Mrt. Stipp is a native of Rocky Comfort, Mo. She moved to Lowell 48 years ago. 1 Survivors are her husband, Thomas M. Ford; two nons, William Alvin Ford, Springdale, and Melvin S. Ford. Bentonville; and three g r a n d c h i l d r e n , The body is at the Burns Funeral Home. Funeral arrange! menls are incomplete. LKGALMmCt* WANTED TO BUT In TW WMMfiRlM_*»*·*· ««·*. ,. i USED civ* f°r horn; Ruby Lea Robtrfe Ruby Lea Roberts, N,B, Williams, Former Resident Here, Dies Nithan Boone Williams, 78, | leader in the fight for establishment of parcel post system, died S a t u r d a y ' a t his home in Washington, D. C. He was born on a f a r m near ftyetteviHe in 1873, and was a direct descendant of Daniel Boone. He attended Hindsville Academy and studied law privately. He practiced law in Fayetteville from 1894 to 1911, and was a member of the Arkansas f}ar, the bar of the United States Supreme Court, »nd the District bar. Mr. Williams was a United States Commissioner in A r k a n s a s for 12 years- At the time of his death, ho was continuing bis fight for congressional legislation which would give the Post Office Department a monopoly in the carrying of all ma liable packages. He wan an expert on the workings of govern- j William Rots LittI* 1 ment and was well known to law- ' makers in Washington, Mr, " Williams, an ' associate counsel of the National" Associa- · tion of Manufacturers lor many yean, made frequent contributions to magazines and newspapers and as recently as last June 8, bin article on the history of the Post Office was printed on thf editorial page of The Star. He joined the fight for the parcel post system in the early 1900's and' after strong presentation of testimony before a Congressional four-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roberts of Route 3. Fayetteville, died Monday nifiht in her home. She is survived by her parents; a brother, Larry Michael; the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roberts of Muldrow, Okla.; and t h r m a t e r n a l grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Smith of West Fork. Funeral service was conducted yesterday afternoon in the Friendship Community Church by the Rev. 'Joe Cordell, Bruial was in the Friendship cemetery under the direction of the Watson Mortuary. Pallbearers were Ed Reed, Linn Miller, Carl Clark, and Melvin Shelley. In tht Matter of the bUtc of BCTT1C A. KESSEL,, ! ith Will L«l known j»tU1r-*i of decedent: Fay- Arkansas. ««in. Phone MCIWI. FEATHERS new or used. Brit prlcfl P«ld. Central Feather. Co. iy»3 K a n Has Avenue. East Si. Loun, Illtnuii. and Ihe undrrsifned ha« been a p p o i n t - 1 30 CORN fed fijccrs. Phone 3020W2. *d administrator with will annexed I M -- BEST Austra while" pulleU heRin- "· --· ' -· " Rrli. l*ke nil "VThV Snd^W^-'W^ th§ from th. dat« of the first j JL^^jLoc^EHJ^It 5?* "FUHNlStiEfD eahTn,-tl*M Miti.' ills N n r l h Levfretl Street.' «" ROOM home w i t h 2 room apartment. p a r t l y lurrmhcd. ll»ra|t, Kanim ppot. 1410 North Lcvcrttt S i r f M . _ __ __ _ ^ __ __ ,, __ DKSfflAW.K f i i r n i i n e r t apartment."*!- rntfe City Lake ftn.id._TlftWl ~ ' - mc-nt SLKliPING o e r n Phone J5lflM3 liitht" hmurlcccpiniC thrreundrr. I ""nfn'i"*io"Tfl"vi""$i.:if)" cnVli. uke nil Alt persons having rlalim »·»'"»* I The - - · - · the Mtflte muil exhibit them, d u l y { --1J' verified, lo publication of""thli~ noticr. or t h e y ! ONE~\Vn7fe~Vncr' cow Bound. 4 gal- ·hall be fonsver barr*rt *nrt precluded , Inns. Qne u a r d r n tractor. 5 a t t a c n from any benefit in the tttatr. j Thii notice f i n t published 2nd day j of J a n u a r y , 1952. On* Hurt ion j Adm. with will annexed R. '. D. | committee in 1911, Mr. Williams was asked to join the legal staff of j Prairie Grove, the House Committee on Post! Office Expenditures. During the following years, he served as ?pe-' cial counsel to a number of Senate and House committees. Registered mail for shipment of currency and gold instead of through t h e express companies, was brought about through his efforts in 1915. Mr. Williams, former president of the Arkansas State Society in Washington, published in 1946, Prairie Grove-(Special)-William floss Little, 79, lifelong resident of Summers, died at his home in Summers Sunday night. Graveside services were conducted this morning at 10 o'clock, by the Rev. J o h n n y Womack, pastor of the Missionary Bapt'.st church at Summers. Survivors are one son, Clifford of the home; one brother, Tom L i t t l e of Summers; three granddaughters and eight great-granddaughters. Arrangement. 1 ; wore in charge of the Luginbuel Funeral Home in Fayettcyille. Arkansas. 2-9-c NOTICt Iff Th« Pr*fc*t* CMrt Off W*fhinit«n Cvunty, Arkanta* MATTER OF ESTATE OF WILLIAM INGRAM WILSON. D«cc«rd List known addreii of decedent: Farminfton. Ark. Date of death: December 13. 1951. Th* underiignrd wai appointed ad- ministratrix of the estate of the above named decedent on December 31. 1951. All personi havlnf clalnu aialnst the estate must exhibit them, d u l y verified, to undenigned w i t h i n six months from firm publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred from any benefit In the eitate. Thii notice fint published January 2nd. 1M2. Rhorta B. Wilson Administratrix. Farmindnn, Arkansas, nr TnGIen W i n f . A t - torney at Law. 26 N. College. AFa.vettevilIe._Ark, 2-9-c [ V LEOAL HOTJCI Pursuant to the provisions of Probate Codf. Sec. 152. notice It Riven I thst account* of Ihe a d m i n i s t r a t i o n { nf the estates listed below have brsn filed, on the datei shown, by the namrd personal representatives mentfi. cheap. Nichols b t m l n niiHi-U. cheap. 70 rods wire. 4R" rhii'km wire 3fi" hog win-. SfiO STwirr cloth. 2«r. HflhhlU .mri rabbit hutcbci. Amoi ?.. Sriilinnn. :i milrs Southwest of Rogers on old W Ire __ _ PIG"S~~for sa!e.~~7\ijo "regiltrr male. A r t h u r Carnmdy, 3' Smithwcst Grrcnland.^^^^ tl OIC ! mile* FOR SALE-- HOME NEEDS HEAVY woolen qujH.vJ'hone' 7%. 1950" MODF-tr RM45 Frijtldaire electric raiiRr. Like new, used 6 months. Phillips M n l n r Co. _ _ _ ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES: Dim'VTct moths r u i n your r u g v Get Berloii M n t h s p r n y . Five year Runranu-e. Lewis Bros. Co.. Inc. _ Bnyd At Any Price Fuller Outlnsts Them All Mjljs j'30 Llndcll FOR SALE OR TRADE All in persona persons nrc called on Clay ion Rand Says: to file objections to such a r r o u n t c on or before the sixtieth day following the f i l i n g of the respective accounts, failin* which they will be barred for- tver from excepting to the account. frank Bftudino. Deceased. Richard M. Arrtemanni. Administrator; Final December ,11, 19,11. William C. English, Deceased, John H. Joyce. Administrator; Final* December 10, 1951. Nina V. Hardin Johnson, Deceased, DeWltt'Johnson, Executor; Final December I I . ]9S1. Nick Kfthmirift. Dfceaned. Georjte S. Panpai, Executor; Final December 27, Thomas Oliver Lively. Dercasrd, OWNER will sell fnr cash or t r a d e lor stock, unimproved tiO l i avrc*. 4 l i miles from U n i v e r s i t y on Mt Comfort: ck-riricity anrl phone available; school nnd m a i l routes, about 10 ticrcs CHII be r u l t i v n t e i l for herrirt or tomaluci, r e m a i n d e r ^Jin^iberfd, phonc^lBg^M^ j F A C T O R Y t i u T f t iiouse t r a i I c r7~Cn 11 2.1 BW or nee at fiM Assembly Rond. ONE owner «ut{r T i7~Hiidson7"V door Super fi. $700.00 cash or trade for ton I ruck. Lincoln. Ark , Highway fi " Ea *':~£^?^^ nr ^££5!X'wwwv^ DOGS--CATS--PETS R cocker spaniel puppies. · f r l K c r a t o r . Phone I3fi.i ! . . . , .MmVtmcnt'Ulcal for one or two. H H r l E r r n l o r . p r i v a t e en- \ trance and hath. Car port. A l ] u n i t - , lies pnid. Onr h a l f block f i o m N o r l h CoiirRc. Ji7 50 per m o n t h . Phone MOT. -- _ ' ON'E flr*l flonr"ttodrnoiu. Jolni h a t h ' Sinilr or double. S t u d e n t * or work. inil turn Board or nol. Phone 1079 V A C A T I N G 1 ~Ap«'rtn«riiT.~*TitfnrshTd, · lTpstalri._SnO.OO Phone J2T2W. ' 3"ROOM*"newly deciir«ird"~Bparlnient ! Modern. 2 miles nut on N o r t h 71. * is n very n l r r home. Call or I W. M u m p * al Scoil Hotel. | Phonf 532. _ _ | 1 HOOM modern hnuie Phone Zlil-FM. .JHl'iii 0 ! 1 '. A - rk - _ _ . licitr'onm' ];m r u t n i r v 117 E. L a f a y - ette Phone IR'lSMV. _ 2 ROOM iurniihiitl iip:irYnvcnl. U t i l l U f i paid. Phone IOM-W. 2 ROOM " f u n t l f l u - i l a par hit en t nil!* paid close in. Phone day 1340. n i l h t 727. ^C\RTMTfN'T~"wcil"furnished. B I 111 u.ild. Near Square. A v a i l a b l e J a n - '"^''"'·-^vi^-JPH P'J BLOC1CS U n i v e r s i t y . 4 room a p a r t - ment. U t i l i t i e s pnM. Phonn 2S52W 2""ROOM~npTrtment. private bnth. u t i l i - lirt pnid. Sleeping room, downstair*, n r i v n t e hath. Also iBrage. Phone ·mtll houif and lot at frl*»' nf town. Pric» JtW M. fhont iros HY owner. 3 rr»fm house on T**t Maple Street. Ha* lam* room* and hssemtnt. A u t o m s t i c heat. Lots of shade, cool in summrr. Call 204A. ' you w a n t » real ilork (arm. f o u r n u n d r e d «rrr*. p l e n t y n f w a t r r . hs .ind fra»». a jooci r If ht room modern hotiir. l a r f p barn ton! fheriv mm- out «f will (how you thii ""JOHNTWOORUFF I H A W K I N S REALTY CO 1 .inn :ll r«rnl^i»jon. Ark " SEE THIS ' i L "AUTIKl,'I, home, every niodrrn ron- | v r n i e n f . Lame corner loi. n f a u u l u i ' shade mid thrubbery. N o r t h Ci?n- i r j l Iocs Urn. .Very i i t r n r t i v r '*rrm by owner For tlctniled i n f o r m a t i o n , . G-T'Crandell Real Estate'. I IB N o r t h F.mt Phon* 2^(»B or 1233] Licensed and Bonded STARTING the n»w year 19S? r i f h t j thr price on tnrh of the t h r e t fiirmi · have liern r^rlucrd j SIX nrr-» r l r b level Idnri. A C R K f a r m S room hnutf fOnrl w«H , r ^ l l a r . r h i c k e n hime. turner, rirc- i r i c ' i t y . not tiwidern. hy o w n « r Pnre SUOono Tcrmi W»uW nice f o n d . r*r in on It S mH«-« f r o m l . l n c i l n ; M Summrr.i «n K? H [ I i M » v Phon« i ".·"jril. /.Incnln. B r y a n H r r - f ', VESTMENT n r n n - r l y P a v t n c in"-.! irvrr v a c a n t , o n l v 1 v f * r « old, , -.5.500. WriN-^Jlnx J - / 7 . '._Ttmr* ; A C R K 5 l a n d , t room Iinu* 2 mnm j intu^, cit rltc'TiL-iIv in h(iu*f f . i - t ' w a t ^ r by i h r door. -!r !!cd well nnw ! In u«r Phonf :i.'r.lt n ,j q r Kincoid 6 1 Co. s i v (*r*tr. , FOR_ SAVE To"' by "huyinii your Hotpolnl riinhwashcr or sink t h i s week or any other Ho (point appliance. A u t o m a t i c Appliance Co.. 11-13 N. Block St. SAVE 10';, by buying your Hotpoint a u t o m a t i c wnshrr nr dryer thin week a t A u t o m a t i c Applinnce Co., 11-1.1 N. Block SI. , N I C E efficiency apartment. Rockwo.xl ' Apartments Phone SSSJ. ^__ UNIVERSITY APARTMENfS. o n « bcdn.om unfurniihed S57.50. f u r n - ished I72.W. two bedroom u n f u r n - ijfert 172 iO. bills paid Brndlx nvdilable Phone 2580R- PARKVIEW APARTMENTS one beel- -onm u n f u r n i s h e d 550 00. furnished Ifi. 1 ; nn; two bedrcnm u n f u r n i s h e d $eri.(Ki nfndix I p u n d r y tvailable Phon. 8IH ._._. ^.^ SERVICES OFFEKEn ___ Dan Bogen, Piano Tuner _ _ _ . - . ~ - - j CAliiT'i'oi r "ch"ildren fii your home or I mine. Phone 2Q2'M. _ __ "We The People." a review of the purposes of a free people and set k i n d of prophet, was wont to re- fort h in the Preamble to the Con- mark on occasion, "Any man ran stitution. The book was pent to ! look t w e n t y - f i v e years nhead on a each Bepresentative and Senator clear day." There was a t i m e when Whatever may he said by the crystal jjrazers and fortune tellers, 1952 promises (o be a surprisingly rxriling experience. My father, who was a backwoods philosopher and also some \ HtATEtNAI, NOTICE Thomas Edward Overton, Deceased Harvey Overton. A d m i n i s t r a t o r ; Ann u a l December 31, 1951. DATED thi« 2nd dny of January. 19S2. (SEAL) Roy A. Scott Probate Clerk of Wanhinnton County. Arkans** Jean Henderson. Deputy Clerk 2-lt-c . Bargain, pimnc 10.13W. 5_to 7 p. m. *t t h a t time. Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Ltda Ware Williams; two daughters, Mrs. Elgin Groserlose and Mrs. Pincus Rothenburg, both cif Washington; a son, Philip Williams of Charlotte, N. C.; two sisters, Mrs. Stella Ware of SprinR- tiale, and Mrs. Elfie Robinson of Fayetteville; a brother, Nolan Williams of Oklahoma; six grandchildren. Funeral nnd b u r i a l services were conducted Sunday in Washington. Omer W. Bisham Of Hunlsville Dies ' Huntsville-(Special)-Onier W. Basham, (10. cashier of the First ^ National Bank in Huntsville, died that*is Ihe lamp of experience.,! unexpectedly Friday in his home |; now 0 ( no wa y'of judging of the in Huntsville. He was born November 14. 1891, at Kingston, and had been with the hank for 30 future but by the past." One reason we can't tell what i-ill happen in 1952 is we don't years. He is survived by his wife, I know yet what happened in 1951. Mrs. Pearl Basham; and a son, it m ay take an army of investi- mcn of vision could penetrate the I f u t u r e with more or less accuracy.: Certainly, the prophets ot o 1 rt could foretell things to come as unerringly as the abtromoncrj look into the Mars ru'J reckon to n split second tl:e eclipse of ihe moon or the return of snm« comet. In these befunded time.; it is u n f o r t u n a t e t h a t IM se.T c.in \.arl the c u r t a i n to the f u t u r e and disclose its hidden secrets. The smarter we become the dumber we seem to get, the more educated, the more unenlightened. You'll find more common sense among the illiterate than among the intelligentsia. The more we spend on education, the more ignorant our leadership. In his "give me liberty or give me death" speech, Patrick Henry said, "I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and William of the home. Funeral service was conducted Monday in the Huntsville Method- is Church by the Rev. Kcrmit VanZant and the Rev. Howard Cox. Buriat was in Huntsville cemetery under the direction of the Brashears Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were True Garrison, Freeman Shustcr, Holla Fitch, Jasper Northcutt, .7. Clark Hawkins, Jr., and Harold Teagiie. Honorary pallbearers were J. S. Miller, Tom Hargis, Clay McBroom, Everett Spurlock, Gordon Hawkins, Bill Bunch, Dr. W. E. Acree. Dalton Parker. Dick Simpson, Orvil Faubus, Fred Raedels, Frank Canniday, and Dr. H. C. Farmer. Mn. Dtllo Drain Hogers-(Special)-Mrs. D e l i a gators until 1953 to find out. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS Rale: *3 cent! per word limit 1n- ·ertion. Three consecutive insertion!, cents per word. Minimum order 42c. Clililfied lid i c»»h in fidvtnce--not taken over tht telephone. Deadline for claiiified ·(!!:· 10:30 a. m daily; i:M a. m. Saturday. Correction? and r?run cheerfully made after fint insertion. No correction! or rerun made after ad has expired. NOTE: Advertising copy for other paces i! due at 12 noon the day pre- ce*dinf publication; 12 noon Saturday for publii S ubtle ratio' on Monday. LEGAL NOTICES Dr$In, wife of James Drain, died Monday a f t e r - a n extended illness. She was born in Madison County. Survivors arc her husband; three sons, Hoyt, Sherman and Garland, all of Rogers; four brothers, John Miller, Chandler, Okla., Lee Miller, Alma. Monroe Miller, Rogers, and Bill Miller, I Mnurine, Calif.; and two sisters, i Mrs. May Wonrhvard, Rrislow, ! Okla., and Mrs. Mollie Bruce, Mulberry, Ark. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at I p. m. in the Callison- Porter Chapel, by the ficv. Norman Drake. Burial will be in Phillips cemetery east of Lowell. A. F. Wdkcmon Rogcrs-(Special)-The body of A, F, Wakoman, 9, retired former east of Rogers who died Mond a y - n i g h t in the Rogers Memorial Hospital, 'vill be sent to the former home of the f a m i l y at Cook, Neb. Arrangements are in charge of the Calllson-Porter Funeral Home. Mr, Wakcman moved to Benton County four years afio from Cook, Survivors are his son, Joseph Dale Wakeman; one sister, Mrs. Mary T. Profitt, Rogers; and two brothers, J. D. W n k o m a n of Hollywood, Calif., and A. W. Wakeman of Terre Haute, Ind. Mrt. Mary Stipp Ford Lowell,, Ark, - (Special) - Mrs. Mary Stipp Ford, 70, rtleri r a r l y Tuesday morning at her homt N«»M Of »at* Of Lan«t Far »*fltfit Off titaU Notice Is hereby «iven t h a t ai Co- Adminiitralort of th« Eitiite of Lina X. Rted. deceaied. we will, between the hours of 10;00 o'clock in the forenoon and .1:00 o'clock in the afternoon, on the 25th day of January, 1J52, at the front door of the court home of Washington County. Arkansas In the Citv of Fayettevllle, Offer for'salr at public Auction to the hl|h- rsi bidder upon a credit of two month* the followinf landi, lo-wit: : Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 15, 16, 17. J* At 1 of Block l: and Lot 4 of Block 2 of Heed's Sub-DMalon to the City of Fayetteville. Washington County, Arkansas: also, All right, t i t l e and interest of tald estate In and to · certain alley or strip of land t w e n t y (20) feet in w i d t h lying adjacent tn and N o r t h 'of Block 1 nf said Mih-riivision and e x t e n d i n g West to GrcRK Avrnuc to Arkansas A v e n u e in said City. Purchaser nt such «=ale will he required to jivp note w i t h security '» he approved hy us. and n Hen upon snid lands will hp retained (or lhi» payment of the purchase min«*v, J. Fay Rccd and Cllftnn McMlchael Co-Administrntorji of ihe Estate of Una X. need, deceaied. _ 2-fl-lfi-c " " NOTICI In Tht Pr«baU Cmirl Of WMhlfiflMi CMinty, ArkaniM IN TMF. MATTER OF THF. KSTATE OK W I L T J A M J A M K S DOLLMAN, DK- CF.ASED. NO. irt.lZA. TjHiit know ftddrcsn of the decedent: nrontwood. Arkansas. Date of Dcfllh: November 21st, 19.11. An I n s t r u m e n t rtntrd A p r i l 21st. 19.11. was on the 28th day of Decem- hfr, Ift.tl, admitted to prohate as the last w i l l of thr nhove namrrt decedent, and the underlined has bren np* polnlrd arimtnlslrator w i t h Ihe will annrxod thorcundi-r. A contest of the probate of thp will cnn bf affectrtl only hy f t l i n c a jiclitlon w i t h i n the time provided by law. AH person* h n v l n X r l a l m s a g a l n n t 'he n t a t e mmt e x h i b i t thrm, d u t y verified, to the undrntlgnM w i t h i n tlx months from thr dale of the. fir«t mihllration of t h K noilcr. rr they ihall h* forever barred and precluded from any benefit In the' eitatr. Thin nolle* first puhllihtd January 2nd, in.M. Randa.ll Tlobrrln Arlmlnl!ttrator with thr will an* n r x f d . soft W, Ctnttr St., Fay* tutvllle, Ark . 2-l-c BALDWIN COMMANDERY NO. 4 Meets Thursday Nite 7:30 P.M. M-KSONAL THt NORTH sTblf DRUG STORE withes you a Joyous Holiday Season «nj Happiness in ihe New Year. ATTENTION LET thr American N a t i o n a l Inuirancr Co. pay your hospi'nl nnd doclor bills For free I n f o r m a t i o n , write Thurman Halt. 312 Hathcock Bldg. Phone 411-W-i. PERSONAL lervice for home*. If you'll tell us your wiihes today we may have prcoiiely what you want tomorrow. B»t*i Realty, Telephone 100. INSTRUCTION COMPLETE your high ichool at home in ipare time. Text* furnlihed. Diploma. No claiae!. Send for 47 page booklet «nd lample lesson fret. American School. PO Box 188, JE_ura_k_a Springit. Ark'aniai. | SAVE 10% by buying your Hotpoint range this week. Automatic Ap- ^j^injice Co., lun N._Block St. SAVE l6f;-~if "you buy your H o t p o i n t r r f r i f c r n t o r t h i s wrrk A u t o m n t i c A p p l i n n r r Co.. 11-13 N. Block. COHN "fed"hots."Drcnsed find dciivrr- pd. Phone HH-J-1. COUCH nnd cover, mnplc lablcT. Tou7 cbalr^ nnd Jinby hujjRJ 1 . Phono 15^2. H NEW~Zca"]a7»rrat)nlts "iTT'wceks" old. Five breeding stock. Their 'niothcrs arc proven breeders and n n-«iMcri'd buck. Sam O t t , Phone 27U7.J, by Son's L'hnpol. Strnwbcrry Growers A t t e n t i o n ! I R R I G A T I O N s p r i n k l i n g system, u i l h 2 l a c e n t r i l u R a l pump nntl !I4D lect of pipe. W i l l handle 20 to 40 acres, S70n DO. Jim Gatt, HO.UIC 1, Fort CbTrtPLET^TiiwmHl. w i t h mot'nr"" 14 Tl ^carriage. Write^Box J-81. V.Timrs. SALE OF SA*VPLE DRESSES Cottons onb', sl/os 2-10 Also cotton m a t e r i a l s at cost. THE PYPER CO. 439 West Dickson. Phone 2326 . .IKK new four wheel fourteen~TTu")l trailer, in inch clearance for easy loading. Independent boaey wheel suspension. Four new six ply tires and nparc. buildoj! hitch. Stop and r u n n i n g light*, made by G r a y Trailer Co., of San Anfjclo, Texas. May bf »rcn lit Phillips Molor Co., Kaye t t r v i i l e or call 3197-W-2, H. L. Remmel. CARPENTKR work, any (ype nr w h a t have you? Circle Courts, H l f h w a y i KOR~ paintiiiji ~a~hd "rock wool insula- j rbfl"mipcFhang : er~oi r 'palnter, phone 1 6NE~da"jr~*ervicc by request clurTnil i the Holiday amson. Rar,orbnck 1 Clctnipnt. rhnne 2102. __^ 24 HOUR SERVICE ON Hemttikhing, Picoting, Covftrtd Buttons, Button Hol«, Tailored Bel.'t and Bucklvi. Special Atttntion givtn Mail Orders. Satisfaction or Money Back. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO 18 S.E. St. Fajettevillf E'XCATA'TTNG "" B U L L D O Z I N G Gravtl, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T O N Phon* 249 TEANSfOllTATION WANTED RIDE to ClllfornU. Will thire »- penKi «(t»r tint of ye«r. Phone HELP WANTKD HALF time bookkeeper, apply in per- ·on. Th- Pastuerizcd Milk Company. 207 We«t Dickaon StreeL fKY cook and diihwaahier. A"pply~"in ^I»japr^_CMfM^r^Mry^. 538 G · rl a nd. HELP WANTED--MALE MAN for fry cooking from 2 p. m. till 10 p. m. Apply in person. Banks Coffee Shop, corner of School and Mountain. BELT WANTED-^FEMALE SETTLED perion to live in home *nd do (eneral houiework. Write Box _J-;H. Cctlmei aT^ving references. __ EXPERIENCED waitfeH."" "Apply in person. Binki Coffee Shop corner ^nfjSchgo^ and Mountain Streets. TYPIST, clerk, aecretary. J. H.'Phippi _Lumber__Co. ATTENTION ladies In Washi n«ton Countyl Work In your own home town, part or full time, cur desirable but not neccisary. Write for full details. Write Box J-82. frTlmea. GRNERAL housekeeper and rare of 3 children. No' cooking or laundry. Phone 2711 or write J. E. Henlon. 51» West Dickion. SALESMEN WANTED AVAILABLE firit of year, old eHtab- lished firm needi salctminx with ' car to call on regular ruitomers In, West Washlnnton County. Good income with year around employment. For interview, write Box J-W. % Times. SITUATION WANTED CAR'lNG'for cnl1d*fTnTwm Rcd. Phone 220't. _ ~ ~ ~ GOLDEN Uelieinun. Rrd nclicioiis. Wineiap. Inspection invited. "Wij?" Wijjgans, Arkansii Cold Storage, or Phone 2463J. ".UGGAGE. §uit canes, foot lorkcrs, brief cases, B-4 buss, O'nitc c^scs, toilet kits, etc. A complete line , HAMPTON'S ARMY SURPLUS STORE | FLOWERS--(he fit! most appreclnted hy ftvtryont. Phone 2933. Berry's Flc*'cr.i. 3 South Gregg. Excavating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing H. H. JONES. Contractor 212 Virginia Avc.. Box H3 U. Sta. Pliojie 1486, Faycllcvlllc wTlitj ciir^for children, hour or d«y 1171J. J. W. H I L L ELEQRIC CO. Quolity Initolltn e PUMPS e POWER Phon« 24. Wtit Foi* PITCH DIGGING" FOOTINGS--w » t p r. f us And ,ewf r ditrhr,. f r p t i r t n n k holfs. UiflinR and tack f i l l i n g Oil 2826. Bryce Davis. QUALITY USED P I A N O S ECONOMICALLY PRICED S O U T H W E S T PIANO SERVICE 502 South College Phone 3021-1332W. TERMS ibEAL'MATTRHS CO. W* mwl or beat any competition 401 WEST DICKSON FARMS FOR SALE WFI.L improx'eri modern smnll fnrm frontinK new Fnyctteville lake. Terms. Phone 2867M F a y c t t c v f l i c . FOR RENT--FARMS hoys Ifi-lH wjints job on chicken or dairy f a r m . Salary or prr rent i r r i - c r c n c c l - L ^ F d i t i n o n , Hiwassc. A r k . MONK Y TO LOAN FHA HOME LOANS . Low interest, lonR terms UTLEY AND COMPANY, INC. Phone 2C03 L O A N S $50 to $1,000 . We m a k e u n t o and f u r n i t u r e loans. Let us f i n a n c e the purchase of your new or used car, QUICK S K R V I C E STANDARD FINANCE CO. 12 North Block Si., or our used car lot. Corner Center nnri Church Streets. FIVE .room furnlihcd modern house. burn, chicken house , 30 acres. * miles noulh 7!. Ovid Hivcly. West Fork, Route 2. WANTJTOJIENT ___ 2 OR ,T bedroom ho tup or a p a r t m e n t hy February first for p e r m a n e n t u t a f f member. Write Box J-S't, FOR RENT--MISCELLANEOUS 2 ROOM furnism^~^TrUricTit~Bills ! p«id._PJionc_222fiR. ! MO'DERN * room furrnsmTd""Ear;ictj I apartment Rfttr-cnriitrd I h r m i g h r n i t . l Elc-flric rpfricrmtor. full si/r rancc i and wn.ihrr. Hiphw/ty Ifi Wcsl. (J.-.r- i d/-n find row if w a n t r d . Phone 174.11. | S~TORE h u i l d u i K . ' w i t h or w i t h o u t cro- j _crry f i x t u r e s . Phone ^4ir . j 2 ROOM Vn'fufnished A p a r i n i r - n t t l t t l i - ' ties paid. Furnace henl. A d u l i v . , ElpFldlFNCV irpartTneVil " f o r twr\ ovrry t h i n s furnished--$.'.0 mll.v. FOUR room a p a r t m e n t . } ] j h!(» ks off square. S u l l n b l r for s u i t r o f f ires, very Rood for office and homo lor urn Jill f a m i l y . THRET room modrrn n p a r i m ^ n l in rock liouie at 2U N o r t h Chiircli. Ilftnunoiul R c n l l y (rniiipiiiiy Plinnr 733 $25.00. 3 ROOMS^and "hitri." u n f i i r n - _lihrd. Phnnr HM2-W.2. H ROf)M iicnii-inndcrn hnuv' on N n r t h Woolsry. _S20_pn. Phone 2111-N. F A R M , good h u l l d i n f l . era In rpnt. _Ph_one 71B-J-2, Bill Porirr 4 ROOM im'furnijihcd n p n r t n i c n i . Phone M7IM. __ N1C*P. s'Voom 'npaMniciit w i t h p n v n t o h.ilh iind r n t r j i n c c s V: nl C i i f l o L A R C K f u r n i s h e d i l r r p i r i K room, f i r s t floor. P r i v n t f r n l r a n c r . N r x t lo hath. HI9 N o r l h rollrflr Phnnf 7!if.. CLOSE in: 2 room f u r n i ' i h r d aD.irt. mf-nt, privnti; h n t h , K n r n K f . Phone 2.11. FOR 8ALE--REALJESTATI INVESTMENT PROPERT1KS IF you are interested In investments w~3 urge you lo c o n t a c t ui. We have Kcvrral very attractive i n v e s t m e n t Ulley Company, Inc. REALTORS LENDERS INSUROR.S C.ll J J PyotI !203 np« «98. H. I, Ullgy 2M3. He« lf.07_ OUR NEW'YEAR RESOLUTION: TO SERVE YOU BETTER IN 1952 W K are always t r y i n g to do Just t h a t . We IIHVC just lidded four Rood salesmen to our sales force. Thene are n a i i v e men, they l:now the country, have Rood a\tr. nnd we t h i n k you will not l»e disappointed when you Co w i t h thorn In look al whatever you are interested in iceinfi. A N O T H K R i l i l n B . f v i n y week in the year, excepting Chrifitma* we e k, wo reflch. throiiRh our a d v e r t i s i n g from H lo S million n u t - o f - s t a t c readers. We havn Just siincd a volume contract w i t h the Chleaco Tribune. We w i l t Ret n reduction in our rate, out. in order to Ret thii reduction, we must r n r r y more volume. All our a d v e r t i s i n g ii on real cc(;itc in a ridiu* of .'0 miic« of F a y e l t c v i l l o . We have the best l i M i i m we have ever had. but. we lire Celling more and f u l l y expert to inuroH-Sf our v u l u i n n .is we fio nloriK. We r.m always use more Kond HdtlnES. OUR NF.W YF.Afl RKSOl.UTJON: TO SKRVK YOU IIF/ITKR. NEWLIN REALTY WKST FORK. ARK. 4.(Wfl r a p a c i t y FIFTY arm( t h t r t y - m n r c u t l l v » t i o n P l r n t y of w a l f r . on* 1 f i v e room a p n r t . Cood ham, fitraxe. L*r«i cellar hou*e. O N K hitnrirnl i h i r t y - l h r e e arrrs. Kood .i n »i, in ,t g r a i n farm. Modrrn «U larjtp harn. Plenty of · Automotive v · Health and Accident Q · Polio ·Liability-; · W O P K M E N ' S COMPENSATION · Plate Glass ·Burglary SINCf .. : 1 7 5 2 - MUTUAL INSURANCE H A S M A D E SUBSTANTIAL S A V I N G S FOR OWNERS OF PREFERRED RISK ,-· rnOI'ffllTY. W H V PAY MORET?' YOU CAN SAVE UP TO jdork room hoim». I n f e r ham. Plenty of \vat»*r. Farm wall ffncert. ALL ibrcr Incnted in the Farmln«!on vallry. The (arden ipot o( Want!. injttrm County, Arkania*. JOHN K. WOODRUFF llawklni Rell.r c:o. Phnrif 2 l l Furmlndon. Ark BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY WE h a v e fln r x c r l l f n t (olni huslncim. It can IIP purchased w i t h o u t premium. Cnme in and let us dlicuis it UTLEY COMPANY, INC. REALTORS LENDERS INSUHORS C«ll .1 J PyeaM 2303. Re« K»l H__r._ Utley 230.1. Res 1807 2(ft o OH K I K E AND AUTOMOBILE O . i N S U n A N C E THE RITTER AGENCY 16 Eon Ctnlir COTTAGE FIVE rooms «nd bath, floor f u r n a c r , v o n r t f a n hllnrls. Housi- in hen o| condition throughout. Ctntral loca- G! R. Crandell Real Estate MB N o r i h Kn^t "Phone 25!* or 1123 Llncmiied and Bondfd __ " 20 ACRES c t i l t l v n t a h ' e land. Improvement! h u l l t onr yrar ifrt. 4 room home. Good nir.ed h a r n . 2.000 hroller ciipnciiy Fine sprint of water nl )mu«r. Priced to nell. $5250.00--4000 Capacity n n O M KR ranch, fi room nmdcrn hnmr. Garajr. cellar and imoke house. 20 arrr*. inoitly c u l t i v a t a h l e . 2S milei of town on food road. Federal -IAnd hank loan payable t:\fiO 00 per vrnr, ran he amumed. Ha'f r a h w i l l -handle. NEWLIN-POWELL REALTY South Tl Phnna fl.i Sprinirdale. Ark. DO YOU "KNOW"YOUR ADVERTISER? · HONEST n d v r r t l M n i t would nave m a n y trips for the prospective buyer. Of rournr. thr coul make* It impossible for the a d v e r t i s e r , to five every d e t a i l , h u l , at 1*a«t, thf a d v f r t l t r r ·ihoutd he f.iir. nnrl not try to mti- leari the nroujwct to make phone ( · H i nr trips. K N O W I N G valuri anrl proper l i i t l n f mnkes mlilradlni ad vert I tin f un- nrcemaVy. W« quote prices. W? try to mix the hnri w i t h the tood. Wr want you to rhrch on our acli atirt nol br dtsappalnled. NEWLIN REALTY WEST FOHK._. ARK. NEAR UnTver«it.v: Thii nolfnrtlrt KonTf of 10 room*. 4 baths, full bantrnftit w i t h mnall a p a r l m e n l , icrvlct purch, douhlr f a r n x n ; V e n e t i a n hlinda. I n - Kiilatrd, extra larft x u t q r n a l f c X*« f u r n n c e : ideal for home and In- ronie. SPECIALLY P«!CKD. Detail! N'KW 7 qi "om rcjtldenr-. tiled h a t h , j hasement gnrntf nnd l a u n d r y room; irmilatfd. venrtlan hi Inn*, ronitruc- t t o n ihe hcif; larjrr lot. equl-d)*tant University and Square. An u l t r n - mod^rn home fnr I w o - t h i r d * vain*. i ROOM h u n f A l o w near new H t f h School; fai heat, Ideal for imall duplex, lot SO hy 200 $5,000. A REAL liny. ? CHOICK reiidence loft near Cam- J.-D. Haqle, Realtor. I N S U R A N C E ! Automoblli - Liability fir* - Exfeiided Coverog* j Polio - rials Gltm ! WAD! FINCHfR · cod* Bldg. Phant 601 "INSURANCE i WITH SERVICE" i i ii^'jpito'ljLation Polio | T R I P , Hoalth Liability ! Accident Autoinobilt ' Burglary Platt Glan | UTLEY CO, i Gtorgg f. Caudlt Vic* I'rendcnl S. ln.nr.iirt M«r H. L. Ull«y J. J. Pyiolll Te(«phonr 2203 ' SPECIAL NOTICE j We have a limited number of new S i n g e r Sewing Machines that have-; been used as f l o o r demonstrators.S New machine guarantee and the famous Singer sewing course given '·· with each machine. Reasonable terms up to 20* off SINGER SEWING CENTER 18 South East St. ; |': Fayetteville. ; r; Phone 2287 . . jj" AUTO LOANS -- W« tuggtit that you drop in and inrtiti- gatt thi benefits of · o u r plan. Lttj.ut help' yfu finance that new br uied car. Call' 3101. OWNER LEAVING WK hnvr thl* practically new Ivvg bedroom home. FITA loan In forre. located in new n u n u r b a n a r l d t l i o n , lot on'xlW. Imrnrrllate potn-^ijr.n.' S7.lM.fi] and SM..10 per month In- : rtiirtinjf taxc* and insurance. ' Utley Company, Inc. REALTORS l.ENDEIl.S INSI'liOR Cull .1. 3 Pyenll 72W. Ht. M H I, Ull.vv ?.?.t\ Kps. ICOT "Your friendly Home Town Financt r Company" A C. C. FARLEY, M ( r. J DWKT LOAMS-LOANS MFMANCD 17 E. MM^OW St. rairaltairilk, Afk. MUST tfl'l h#for^ J a n u a r y i. n« Rlilrffh»Ji»r, e x e r t l f n l rendition new rubber. IM1 Weit Dlrkiion. Who's Who For Service Consult Your Classified Service Directory BABY SITTING O.irr fo week, pre-ifhoot children, day r month. 109.1. BEAUTY SHOP fur'nViihod a p i i r l m e n t . " Me.:- trie r c f r i R e r n i n r P r i v a t e h«ih. t l i t n - )iei palrl Near Square. A d u l t * . Phone SMW. i6wNSTA!n.S " f l p n r l m e n t , " f u r n l i h e d " 147 Kant Kf*lnv Phone 757RI FiirtNI.SHKb 4* room duplex" n p i n - mtnu cralltlito now. *rmne 767. At.ICK'S DKAHTV SHOP Now up town. 7'i R Mr.nnH.in St _Allcc_ nnd M u r t l m J'honr 6?0_ COLVARD-S BEAUTY SHOP 2M W Mendow--1'honA AMI Mnch JSSOMip Cold wavg ti up ___ __ BKAUTY SHOP LI WORK _ ROAD AND DR1VEWAV ORAVK1. - A1JK3 TOP SOIL Phone 1SHJ ind 30AJ TEN FINE ACRES LOCATED h l « h nn h i l l »OD. o n l y five Mitlei ottl--Good roflri, milk and m«M route. Ff-rtilr i n r d r n and t r u c k patrhp*--Pattiire--,T «cr« wftodlAnd- A lovely horn*, nil mortem w i t h f u l l h n s r m r n t Gsrss" In haicment. Priced for quick ··!«. GENEROUS OFFER MUCH BETTER. lli»n average honif helnjr offnrcd for tal«, and »o rnurh more appcalln*. HV a home any woman will love. Cirnrr lot iliaded by r«vf leaf ui.iplp^, nl^o. roe*. f l f i w p r t and rhruhbcrv. Two f i n e hedrnnim--living room and den -- r e g u l a t e d h r a t -- wMthei « t r l p p l n « . r a i i l k t n i ; ami a f n r m winrlowt Thl« Is a home (or a l»t of (tririom l i v i n g Prit-e reduction h r l n r * 'hli Into the h n r ^ N i n rtm« aholuiely. YOU AND YOURS W I L L he h a p p y w i t h thi* v r a t i d two tiedrrinm hnmr on Rush Orivr Pol- iiln-d hardwood floorn, r-omy i-loietn a n d r m i l t i n x . Landacnprd, f r o n t a n d iMr-k yard* B e a u t i f u l « h r u t i b e r y . Kr,Tis. »nd ptfliiti. Thii honi" i* n n i v f i v e ycam old and thr F.H.A.-G. I. lonn may he a».»umed. LET US SHOW VOU iMIONE TS'i HAMMOND RFAITY CO. F.ve Phone B n. H a m m o n d 1371 J A Jarvl* IMfiW "SWEET AND LOVELY" '2 THE MAN THAT WROTE THAT TUNE MUST i HAVE BEEN THNKING OF OUR CARS X IT FITS THEM TO A "T" · ;" 1950 Ford 8, Custom, 4-door. Overdrivt, Radio, HtaUr, N.»w SMt covers. Low milBOQe. A Honey. . _» 1950 Na»h Slaleinmn, X-door, lighl blut. Radio, Hta'ttr, Ovtr- drive. A real swecl car. . 1949 Nash 600, 4-door, 2-lon*. Overdrive,'Healer, etc. You can't beat (hit one. 1947 Nash 600, 4-door, 2-tone. Very ilick. 1946 Naih 600. 4.door. Very clean. 1946 Ambassador 4-door, 2-tone. Overdrive, etc. 1941 Dodge 4-door. Very nice. .? 1942 Chevrolet 2-door. X 1741 Chevrolet Coupe, 1940 Chevrolet S'-paiienger Coupe. ^ · Several Othqr good ones to choose f r o m . ' . MODERN MOTORS 125 W. MOUNTAIN f^HONE 252 AN OPPORTUNITY Openings are available for a limited number of high school graduates, age 23 to 31, for permanent work in pipe line connection gangs. Good wages and working conditions. Regular assignments at permanent locations. Send letter giving age, education, and experience to Personnel Director, Box 381, Tulso, Oklahoma. Attach recent snapshot. ,\

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