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NOtfHWIST ARKANSAS TIMIS, Arh«MM, W*ditMd«y, n ' KCLTiCt 'rrinklin r»p« »nil Miry Bux'"" Cooppr. On DfCfmbrr 20, 1903, he win murried to Gfor«e £ Annis Prnderfruft »t the Tn 3Q.VS! Yard Hollow Church n«r Bcn- ' Uonvllle. Whatever happens in 1952 there He i. survived by his wife; two 'will be a new crop o( queens. ' daughters, Mrs. Cleo Patchin of During 19S1, Ml«i Rurnl Electrifi- | Hiwassc. and Mrs. Velma Crab- ·CHNESS FROZEN CUSTARD, FOR EXCHANGE I FOR SALE OR TRAUr tation Administration And Miss Corn Stalk were inaugurated and Miss Fur Queen w»« crowned. The ye»r exceeded all others in royal pomp. There was :ht . Queen of Carnival, Miss Alarming (alirm nystemn), Mis.-' Hut Qilrcn (National H»l W e e k ) , Miss Ee«ut.vre«t, Miss Pacific Ptirchas- . er, Miss National Vintage Queen, Mi.o Freight Forwarder, Miss Tan- Kerine, Miss Macaroni, Miss Alum- j inum Steriladder and Miss Flowers by Wire. 'There were also queens of the . M«y, Rice Queen ("I love rice. I really do.") and Miss Illinois Cemetery Ass'n. (Makine people graveyard-conscious). There was Miss .Electric Appliances ("girl with " the best connections") and Miss Honey ("Girl We'd Most Like to BEE With"). And Uiere was Queen of the Roses, "Miss Apple of Our Eye," Miss Peach, Miss Prune, Mi" Yam. Miss Fig, Miss Tobacco and Miss Nut. One pro- ·leEsibnal queen reigned over 13 different products. No telling what th* promoters will hatch up in 19.12 to pose in ·tcanties and publicize with '.heir royal exteriors. However, the climax was about ie»ched late in 1951, in Detroit, when Gaylia Davis, a 17-year-old model, wa» crowned "Miss Sewer Cleaner of 1952." "It may be a · noggy tide," she said, "but If H hflps my career, I don't care." trpe nf .Tanc, Mo.; six sons, Clyde i to pay. SOFT nr hard :i-r i-rram. i|-.;-ili". malla. lundaei. plnu, etc. NEW, DIFFERENT; TWIN-KISS, TWO- COLOR TWO FLAVOR TOGETHER Up lo .100'- profits. Vcnr aroiinil i O ., F money maker for Dairy. Hakcry. l V1 ' Cnnfcctlniii-ry. Drive-in, etc. New | , r ,,| Twin-Kin itore openlnl In Sprlns- ; -- - "- -- - -... loon. No f r a n c h i s e or r o y a l t i e s SO WVANDOTTK p u l l r K 7n'V jirnilui:- 1 ' ' ~ -ic C u u r u . I l i K h w a y WILL iradi' levi-l. f a v o r a b l y l o c a l r d i | » rl.KKri.lKT. Cnnt«rl Jack Hen. r e s i n Y n t i H l area h i n l t l l n l lol. f,o by i lot], 'U'ura-Col* n o t l l l n j K Co ir,r. lor r u r a l property. W r i t e I\ox ,7, J-sr.. .Times. C i n C l l L A T O R h e a t e r . u5ed I l!.-tppy H o l l n w H.itich, Itoti i n o n l h R KOR SALK--U MISTOOK | Fo , O N E Jt-rsry cow. will f r e s h e n Fi'li- ] EFFHTl^NCY* 0 HMh. I'honr · o v r r y t h i n K ' roirn'utoiu i from ·it- JM llffll' LINDSEY k SONS BOX MIS. TULSA S. O K L A H O M A nf Sweet Home, Ore., Claude of Sparks, Ncv., Elmo nf Bentonville. Paul of Hiwanse, Conlr-y, of Jane.; Hf:|.r WANTED Mo., and Vcrnon of Midway; four brolhers, Lonzo of Bentonville, Es- ! tic of Gentry. Otto of Gravi-tle, ' BOY or Ilrll for t a b l e service. A p p l y person. Ranl:s Coffee Shop. and Mountain, and Preston of Denver,, Colo.; 13 i HELf WAN TEH -MAI 1: grandchildren and one - ·"·- '- ·'· ·""·^···hin. grandchild. Brcat- ' BOY to oper«t« aim renenil k i t c h e n L'ufeterta. s inaclii ork. Fergus sec nl CM 71 South. nmili- fi :,0 R E D l l a n i | » h i r o I crs. A f n c - i t u L'iill K e f i r , now layiin mi' for small I FOK HALF.--Kf.AL '. M ~ A C R E f a r m . 7 room hn\ne. Ur«» barn, n i n n l n c w a t e r . 2ft acres in il ACMF.S. r h e a p I m p r r i v e m r n t i r u n ' n i n e w a t e r l e v e l l a n d , JfifKt. t e r t n i A \ C l e r . H h e a . Ark HOME, BUSINESS, " BROILER SET-UP T H K homi- It rork v r n r e r r d . ( I r l f t l r ' m n r l e r n .1 rurrm f o r l i v i n g 1 I f l r a e , rontn for i r o c e i y A n l e e l v arrana'-'l ; MIR RAIT-- fcKAI. ESTATE 1952 SPECIAL will he annthrr ,i Kincoia £r Co. hU f n v H i It n H u « H ( i n v H v i t u room : TIIIIKK nn Hnck till' u l l e t s . hc;ivv l a y - fli-psi-. T i » u l " i n o ' y A aJkaTlMft T n AI1 " ru *-j HAMMOND Oorl D. Dixon ^^ Springdale - (Special) - Funeral j * «"d'^"^TM,iir.ii'n nn ^A.i! 1 TM?'"" ' services were conducted at 2 o'clock yesterday for Pvt. Darl D. Dixon, 20, who was killed in Korea. The Rev. Paul Watson, pastor of the Church of the N«7.arene read the service at the Callison- Sisco Chapel. Burial was in Bluff cemetery with military seryics by FOR_SAI,F--MTjSCKI.tANF.OUR ~AT " A U C T I O N " " " SATURDAY MORNING 10 A.M. n V K rooi « i l i y Plume i.VjlJ. \ 1 l ; flt'AC'riVK rm.ipm. ^:ri 1'lion K U n N l S I I K D a n n r i t i i l - V l i r u n r y l « i M: Phone 7R:i hnn-.r HOG N n r l h . »(irt of l Ml rofii the Veterans of Pallbearers were Foreign Wars. Omcr Ingrum, Wayne High,' Charles High, Fred GriRgs. William Graham and Raymond Parsons. Obituary Mra. Ada Guinn Funeral services for Mrs. Ada Guinn 88, who died Sunday fol- lowln't an extended illness, will bt cc/nducted by the Rev. Glen Coffman at the Pcttigrcw Community Church. Burial will be in the Boston cemetery. Arrangement are in charge of Nelson's Funeral Home. Mn. Oroc* Blaklty Mrs. Grace BlaUley, 46, resident ot West Fork, died yesterday morning at 7:30 o'clock at a Pooneville hospital after a year's - illness. Mrs. Blakley was born at Aurora, Mo., June 1905, the daughter of J. P- «"d Mary Boatrighl. She wa* « member ol the As" ·embly'of God Church. , She iJ survived by her hus- bind, H. R. Blakley; three tons, Raymond and Bunky Blakley of the home and John Blakley of Huntsville; three daughters, Fern · rid Anna Lou Blakley of the home ind Helen Blakley of Huntsville; her father, J. R. Boatrlght of Springdale; three brothers, Albert and Ed Boatright of Springdale and Elmer Boatright of California; three listers, Mrs. Effie'D'ennU- of Hindsville, Mrs. Alie Daniels of "Springdtl* and Mrs. Lucy Bailey of Johnsonj'four grandchildren. Services are to be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the chapel 'of Nelson'i Funeral Home, with buriil in the Stucky cemetery undtr the direction of I'clson's Funeral Home. Leghorn, Italy, is more than 300 sailing miles closer to New York than are Germany's Bremen and Hamburg. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS R*\f. .1 rent« pfr word d l n » l e insertion. Three consecutive fniertionii. 7 cf^ntji per word. Minimum order 42c. CUs*Hi*d «dt cath in advance--not taken over the telephone. Deadline for cl«»ified «d«: 10:30 a. m dally; 9:30 a. m. Saturday. Correction* and rerun cheerfully mad* a f l w first insertion. NO correction* or rerun made after id h« expired. NOTE: Advertising copy for other paxes is due at 12 noon Ihe day pre- ceedinn publication; 12 noon Saturday tCO At. NOTICES WARN IHC ORVIH Tht Chlitfltrv CMirl Of p e r m a n e n t posilion. Age M u s i h* neat and well api For a p p o i n t m e n t , cntl Mr. _22«7 L '__ RELiAglIZ~~per.on wanted tn nf two c h i l d r e n in my hi ler i . L I G H T ' i 5 separate. Washington T r a n s f e r ] .'-'"»":' ; allotments of furniture and mis- ' i cellaneous, being sold for slor- tske ; ago at ° m 1 HILTON BROS. IM m room. 124 No .1 SALESMEN WANTED )in vou earrTmoncy fikTlhiTiir D P - j A U C T I O N H O U j E ceniber SSR1.05. $723.20. S9:ifUI., -,, . , ttHi.or/ if noi. ihen why not i n - j H i w o y 71 N o r t h , vc.itigale how j-ou can do ns well w i t h no I n v e s t m e n t . Thp only re- q u i r e m e n t s arc t h a t you have a car gre honest and ambitious Fur i n t e r v i e w , see W. M- Moory, Wa*h- f n f t o n Hold, between 7 and 10 *:i e v e n i n g . A. L. Colbert, Elec 1 -"- _ Phone 1770 RA"lihlts r wi~co"od~st6rk""rahbits'"\\'i!h h u t c h e s find o i l c ( | i i l p t n u n l a n d -'01 youriK. Real tin ran in at S5UO. A ho pipe, new K;ilvaiii?.eef, I ' i indies. Xrt feet. Sinai sardcn t n i c t o r . SISO. Sec Anderson, Log House. Mouti- oor m i n r l . . ice n n r c h . Nli-r Mifd SV: :.('. \vn\\-r f u u i U h c d . 1H K « « i L a f n y i - i l f Phone I I L ' X NK.1K I r o n ! h r d i i i i i i i i . i t i i w i i M a l r t P r l - · v:ilr iMiinmre 21 J 7 N Srhool. Phonr ' ' V K I I Y i i i c - c il n.tiin [ u m i s h r d n p n r i - t u p n ! P r i v a l r enlr.'UKT. On Souili 71 I ' l i n n c -19. 3~ ROOM B p n r l n i o n t . " 105 S ' L O I M I I ! . M.FFP1NC room, p n v n i r r n l r a n c r »nd l i a l h . Ncnr U n i v t - i s n v . Siri W r i l n h n o \ r n w l r r . «nod n p r i n « i n ic p a M u r r d r r p w r i t «i ih* h f i u « r 'nrr i n c i u i l M M.ooo tructrv ^ " » W . r i K i ' l . T r r . d r r p I r r p / r f i x l u t r * . r r t i l l nf*i([hl'"rh/ind *n«l p n c r r t \r-iv P.itmi.-ih!r J10.MW SFT. THIS. You .·ill llkf il. 2'/ 2 MILES OF FAYETTEVILLE r p-ivrfl lii*hway. 10 w i i n d e . - f i i l - j:l.0rtfl «nd W H A T A D E A L ! ! ONE OF THE BETTER ; FARMS on THE ILLINOIS; Kid A C H T S l i f t t t n m . l!»t » r r r t in sll R r n i l c r home fi.OW. I sen I m p r o v e - m e n t s - Ti rooin^ w i t h »:n« n n r l r u n . anil T, mn f ' i r i McCartney-Lewis Co, Inc. odern horn*; snuHi V I nlni: rodni. ..'':iotim r K e *n porcli Pill P.I II in flMi l i n e I m i r ),,.|,UHr' I n i n e i-aa:M · Automotive ·Fire · Health and Accident -' · Polio ·Liability- · W O I I K M K N ' S COMPENSATION · Plate Glass ·Burglary ~ H $ U R A H C E Automobil* -- Liability Pirn - Extended Covtrogt Polio - Plat* Glosi : WAOI flNCHIK Arced* Bldg. fhoni *OI ."'^TORAJO"" WITH SERVICE" i Health and Aaidfnl wrTu, 0 ,: !°, ^ :^?A , Workm^, Comp.n,al!on nt to .i.owi n r r n n r c n u t u C P l a l O Glass B u r g l a r y D N F rnoin f u r n l s h r r t a p n r i m c n t r p f r l t i f r n i o r . tjn hus rouip. f i U I l . c v r r c l t . 1 I 7 . J . wlih' . . . . a l l n i r s lux Corp.. 4012 West 12th St.. L i l t l c ,jfo OVIN 'o Jegi. ___ _,_ Bl p?|SJ"r P V. c hyn'c.n.h Phone " fi.!l LKVEHETT. ROHIIIR. l l p ) 1 7 ! l '; -SMALL S i,,ro In SITUATION FOR practical "nursinf, call 2679, SITUATION WANTED_ COUPLE with references desire r m - ploymcni w i t h l i v i n g q u a r t e r n . W E know how lo do t h i n g s , what hnvc you? W r i t e Box J-R", *Timcs. _ . INSTRUCTION COMPLETE your high fchool ,,. in spare lime. Texts furnished. Diploma. No ctaiJies. Send for 47 p»*c booklet ind nampl* Ies5on free. American School. PO Box J8B. Eureka Springs.^^Ark^njtai. LOST AND FOUND · i p l i o n f n r s h u t - i n 1m 3;i, Berry 'i Flowers. . . S n i n r d n y .Ian nary ll!th. We* I Fork Christian' C h u r c h . FOR SALE Three 12x13 foot new frome _ . - . - . inif. -WS WrM Dick- , "Norih* Church. Ph'oni- iKlvf. t ['WO miKlern n p : i r u n c n l ^ . m r h w i l h l r;iiPii on 71 liiirluviiy. ;tlt(iiil 7 mile 1 ! j I r c i n F . n c i t o v l l l o . K;tch n p f l r l m n t i t : !i;m 3 mi'iim n n d t t n l h . h u l l l - l n ^ n n d . ; new i i i l n i d l l n n l c n m in k l i r h r i n . ( v i i i r o p l n c r n r w l y i f r f e c n r / t t p d I C ' o m f o r t a l i l p «nd n t i r n c l i v c nnd ren- nn flltrnctlvc irl up. JUST LISTED, ON 62 \ WFST nf F a v c t l P v l l k . C l l y W*HT. ' n n t t i r M K;M. ri m,| .1 roomi nn1 n n i h . h r o l l r r r a p a r l l y 3.0IW. A i l t n n w t t r r t i i i l p i i i r n i A r o u n d 2 n r r c i of K"'"' i W- P P A I T Y K t A L I T WVST K O R K . RANCH STYLE D E A U T I K U I . I hit r bnlroo mree t z x i j 1001 nev/ "ome . .p.. :. ... r-. r- A · -|-\y buildings suitable for garages, NEWLiN RtAL I Y ho d »loiif F.xlrn q n n l i t * l r u c t l o n I n c l u d e s 10 Inch J o l i t j i . colorrd h a t h f i x t u r e - . ImrniiiR f l r r placf; n n d m u r a l h r « i T h i M «pnr:o(H hrttroom* plus nlnr pnnelrd sun 'onm. lovely k l i c h r n MMc prnc^pccllve tm tri-pjirin| to print r I U I . Flpfncc U'P xriul thil Ir p r i n t r r UT wmiUi l l k r tt !I.M \\\f itund l i t i l n j t * ^ r c*n Id W K h a v r piil n n f i u i r r\lr-'i ^ ^ i l i nnd n r r p r r p n r l n p for n h i e Wo dn not «·!-! M i n i .YOU Wl ritAMppi'intcfl i f v n u l i A v e ut. «e l l t l y o u r p r n p p r i v h p f d r c we prrs* w i i h our new r . i t n k i f l . NEWLIN REALTY WFST KORK A R K "t (nr ; u t i i i i i t f . Automobile Poultry -·· L i o b l i i i / foliio UJLEY Flr» Trip ond Company, inc. George f. Caudf* Vir^ Prrndent i tniufinc* MfT H. L. Utl«y j. J. " I Prt»*itt«nt 5 Tcttphonv 7703 FOUND, » watch and a packajre merchiiidise from a local Jtort. i Owners can tilck these up at i h c police miitlon by I d c n t l f y l n n and I p»ytnj(_for__ t h i s ad. __ . ! BLACK "imf while' m'alr htrd rioi. 1 j year old. [.oat East of town. Phonr j 23M-W hrfore 10 ». m. or a f t e r chicken houses, or could be made into small 2-room d w e l l - j TWO"" ings. Can be scon at 815 W e s t } Dickson Street. UV.t K n i k . A r k Manhattan Construction Co. HrrbtH I,. Guhl- »nd' Ruby Nell Guhl The D p f r n d n n t u Herbert L. Gun! and Ruby N*I1 Guhl ire w a r n e d io :---SnffrTF- I COMF1.KTE iwwi · n r r i i i R C . W r i t r lufilor. 14 1 ' . T i m r s . Court riayl »nrt flnswer the appear In t h l « i t h i n t h i r t y c o m p l A i n t of WANTED, h f . f v y hens, also 200 to noo thrpc pound broilers. J. L. Hut- IfdBE H l f h w o r 82 W««l HAY dolivrrcd anywhere. Write W. 13 Rcdwinc or phone HISII, RtitL-IKf. Ark. WALLPAPER _ N I C K h o n t bedroom f n r h u s i n c K i ini-n. 117 Enst 1-Hfnyclte. P h o n e I811W. _ _ __ _ __ U N ^ ' r u r n r R i r c T i room dowiisUlrV."* 41 Kn«t Hock. _ _ _ A P A R T M E N T , well f i i f n l n l i p d " BUM pniil N r n r Squnrc. A v n i l s b l e J m i - iiiiry l i r ^ l . I'honc 70K.I. 2 ROOM ' f u r n i s h e d apiirtliicn'i"Ulilltlei pnidl.__ Phone J0. r il-\v. __ ______ " · " o t i WILSON-ADAMS ,:,,,,,,: L A R G E nodcrn r » n r h «lylr ha« r x i r n nun*, all n i r r l windows, two f u l ? tiled hmhs. wood b u r n i n g ( f r r pUcr One *nd onr-hiilf lo".^ f n p n v r m r n t . T h f r r 1 JUiolhlriR in t m v n tn rnmrmrr w l l h U. Prlc* h*i hft» rrdiicrrt. The Ritter Agency F. O n t f r . Phone 1B37-I2_2«W-«U """I 1950 Buick Special 2 door. Dynaflow drirt. Radio and Heater. 16,833 milct. Lik n«w SI 965. ',o"±'i 1948 Olds 66 Club Sedan. Radio and Heater. i Low mileage. Local car . . $11951946 Ford Super Deluxe 2 door. Heater. Clean car . $833 1940 DeSoto 4 door. Really a good running old car $350 1941 Buick Super Club Coupt. Radio $415 Ihc P l a i n t i f f in Ihe nbove enlitlcd W'it'nsw my hund Una Mnl of Ihil Cmirt this 7th day of Janu»ry. I9o2- ISEALI Hic-hnrtl B. Greir Chancery Clerk By Joy Rupe, D. C. N*ll«"ei !·!· ·· «·"·«·· T*r MMfll · t!U Notice 1« hereby nlven t h a t »i Co- Admlni.lmton of the Ett«l« » ' ' · ' " » X. Breft. dccettea. we will, between th» hourl. of 10:00 o'clock in Ihe forenoon und .1:00 o'clock In Ihe utter- noon, on the !5th liny ot ,!nnu»ry, 1»J2, Hi the front door of the court house of W n i h l n n t o n County. A r k u n - i» ir. the City of F»y«teville. o f t t r for Rule HI puhllc Auction to the nlf£h- Rit bidder upon Ji credit of two month* the Mlowlnf mnill, to-wit: : Loin 1. 2. *. 4. 15. 16. 17. l» * 19 of BlocX 1: «nd 1.01 4 nf Wock 2 ol-ne«(l't.Sul)-OlvUion.lo.Uie-.City.. of r«v»ttevlll«. W««hln«lon county. A,k»MF.. iUo. il! rljlii. t i t l e «nd Interent ot itld f»t«1e In «nO to certain «IIey or llrlp Of land twenty (201 feel in width lyinir adjacent to and Norlh nf Block i nf aaid a u h - d l v H i o n and « x t e n d i n t Went from Gre«« Avenue to Ar- kan»a« Avenue in said City. . Purchaser at xuch *ale w i l l he required to Rlvf note w i t h teciirlty to he approved hy us, anrt a lien upon j said lands will he retained for the i pavment of the purchase monev. | " -T Fay Herd anrt Clifton McMichael Co-Administratori of Ihc Eltltc of Una X. Reed, deceased. 2-s-lK-c FOK S ALE- -AUTOMOTIV R 1951 PLYMOUTH Suburban. W i l l " Ildnr trade for cheaper par, I'f 726J..215 South Block. WE hav« J in:2 I m p e r i a l Price is low ;i L'dc nnd up I In and let us h n l p *cli".- paper t o d a y . F n t r w u y l l f M i l l Slri'i-i. Phnni- ?M H ft n fii-t-fii a t a m p * ' ' indcrn. f n 1272W . - it" mom." 229 Ea«l I _nirk»on._ I'honc lOTW. _ A P A H T M E N T i u r n l s h C f l . "cioxvnBtHlrs. "1 "I i h i l l s pnlil and Rardcn'. Phone 79MM. V 'l"c l '"t'l"r 'l"" Cl i"" j E r i q c i E N C Y ' V i ^ r l m r m r p r i y a t c b a l b : M.liil n r u l l . L'dino ' s ' l 'C[l __ JUS"!* vneatiul? C07.y. ....IrVaii': ! .r««c._1'lionc 402J. i d w t t i t ' i'HIl r U n N I H U K I J npurli: Wp R i v r ' Ir'iiu-c and li.-ilh. i hlork o f f N n r l h hillh: WHITFIELD'S USED CARS-TRUCKS 1950 8* Club Sedon.^ Hydro- matie drive, radio, heater, | low miltogt. One owner. I S a f e t y tested. Guaran Sprinpdnl N r n r -loin CORK led dn-Ksori liil Phnne_1444M4. BALED~luiv anir%ln R i l l Slircv,-. K i i r n i i i i n O U T Mild l n i l y . ' r h n n c Iffifll. Ozark Trout Karm. son. _ c a r p o r t Ctillc«. " 11 "' pnld. sn.riD per i n o n i h . P n n U M F U H N I S I I K I ) J l i i i v i - r s i t y Phnnc .103). 150 pminrts. j TWO rnrun " l u r n i f i h o d n p n r l Oin»" h n l f U t l l l U n iTHREE~A"TlNSID"E~CITY| ; ATTnACTlVF. hnm# "f M v r l*r«r j t o o n n cniy w o o d b u m l n f f MrcpHii-e. · j Imrrhvnnd floor*. nriunrtmicc of ! h u i l l l n s nnd cln«pls. Moor f u n i A C f . u t i l i l y room, l»r«r |nr«((r w l l h ?\- t r n *tmnjn- »p»cr. l i m u l l f n l vlrw, w e l l lof.-itrd in i-hnicc n r r l l o n . YOU WANT A HOME HUT don't h n v r much to sprnd, lierf h nni- a l r r n d v b u l l i , M i r r e I n r K c · ' ' porch. TATUM BUICK CO. 30 Eair Mountain St. fh»ne 213 ;il iinil r n l gft c n i r n n r f . U m l i e * j i n l U n c n U n c n r , nt. j)rU ; $3000 i i c l c r l i i t i i v w i l h r l t y i v n l f - r I n rd l a r s p i*vrl lol. nilly $3,250. WADE FINCHER nd in urance R n l p l i i. A r k . WILL BE SOLD SATURDAY MORNING, 10 A.M. Hilton Bros. I U N K L I l V N I S H K D 4 ~ nl( -- I n',i!\l t n i c n l , \ v l l h p r l v i n p n n m n u n saninc to r r l i i i i i l r p r n n n n r i l t c'lu- p l o . _ M r s _ OL.t;nnioy._l';ionp_i:uH, N1CR r f f i c i K i i c y n p n r t m c n t . nock wood Apart mcnU Auction House tetd 1949 88 Club S«don $1695 i « J . , J 595 . .$ 195 Illit JM Fricks Kill* Joe Fricks, 80, resident of Schiburg, died yesterday after- j " ~NOfie«~ " """ « « « .t *l,. rit*, u n « n l t f t 1 af1*r In Th» Prrt»t* Cwrl Of nqon at the City Hospital a n e r j Wwh i«fi«n C.wnty, ArN.n.w a year's illness. He was born at j IN THE MATTER OF THF ESTATE ! Cedtr Ridge, Ga., moving here in 1911 from Dennison, Tcxa.-r. He wa* preceded in death by his wift. -Elizabeth, in 1939. Mr. Fricks was a retired school teacher and post master of the Armada Post Office. He was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church in Dennison. Surviving him are four sons, Roy T. of Fort Worth, James T., Wichita, Kan., Chane.s of Fayetteville, and Frcrl Fricks of Scha- burft; two daughters, Mrs. Viola Lane, Alma, Ark., Mrs. Jenni* Valliquctt of Schaburp; 10 grandchildren and four great grandchildren; one half brother, W..T. Medlin of Atlanta, Ga. Two children I preceded him in death. Funeral arrangements in charge 1947 Buick Sedan 1941 Chrylllr Sedan . 1939 Chevrolet 2-door 1949 K-8 International Tractor. 2 - peed axle, 5 - speed tranimiision. K-10 Engine. Com air brakes. Triple- checked. Guaranteed T R U C K S 1944 Chevrolet 1 W-ton .,$1995 Phone 1770 ::ticnH.v new K;IS and Mri-ir ,itnr.. liihli- t o p K.-I-! r n r i K u s . s i i i t r n . d i n me rtiom nnd 1: j n c ] f a s t room suites, odd hcd*. drc ' J chott^i. lablr.' ».-n.-,, t . n .- RIH| Kijime i ArcnriP Midi.--Pnniip T»-»_ _ _ !«r*o room A"~(:OOD "BUY M O O K I I N r. ro-uii h i i n d i i l n w . Thl« homr nccdn « p r u r l n B up n nil H « lorhlcd on f i n e lot o n l y two hlork* Jrom n r w hi«li Ki-hool nnd fun lfc chnitcd for 'I'lirrc Thouflflml U N I V E R S I T Y iMdrnom u n f u r n i s h e d $57.50. f u r n - Isbed $72 SO two bedroom u n f u r n - lihcd $7250. bills pnld. HendU laur.f'ry jwjnlable P[mne 2.SBI1H. I ' A H R V I E W APARTMENTS. ixid- in'm 'unVu'rnlshcd" VM 00. f u r n i s h e d Jfir, 00; two hedrriom u n f u r n i s h e d JG: 00 n c n d l x laundry available. Phoo', MS ·ushers, e y o r y l h l n i ! in f u r n i t u r e . O n e , SKRVICES OFFERKD _ _ !?| l riiln f ,ro""m' C «Tr" t '!M,,i!: r |i n""!..''''^' ! ClTAJN "saw~work: Phone 277.1-M." ^ i llc A l w a y s a KII'UC! ilrin.itiil fur «ootl ! I I O U S K W O n K nnd baby s i l t l n « I'hone f u r n i t u r e . J Z I K I W . hildren In my homo Mrs. rlnsi 1947 GMC -W-fon of Nek-on's Funeral Home are incomplete. lUbtrt Ue Tuck«r Bentonville - (Special) - Robert L«o Tucker, · farmer, died at his hotne seven miles south of Ben- torjvillt Monday niaht. He is survived by his wife, P Mr?. Lois Tucker; me son, Rob- ! thereunder. rrl Th,,TM., n f t h e home; two Mr.«. Raymond Green OF WILLIAM JAMES DOLLMAN. DECEASED. -NO. l(mA. I.nst know address of the decedent: Rrrntwofid. Arkansas. Dutf nf Death: November 21st. 1951. Art - i n s t r u m e n t doted A p r i l 21 si, 1951. was on the 28lb day of December, mi. n f l m i l t e r t lo probat* us the lust will of the above named decedent, and the underlined ha» been un- pointed ndrnlnlitr^tor with the w i l l ·nnexed t h e r e u n d e r . A c o n t f M of t h e probate of the will can he J i f f r c t f d only by f i l i n g a petition w i t h i n the time provided hy law. All person* having claims aiiunftt the estate must exhibit them, rtulv verified, to the undersigned w i t h i n !iix months from Ihe d a t e of the f i r s t publication of t h i s notice, or they u h a l l be forever burred and precluded from am* b e n e f i t In the estate. This notice f i r i t published J a n u a r y 2nd, 19.-.1. F a n d a l l Boberl* A d m i n i s t r a t n r w i t h ihr u-lll « n - npxed 2tfi W. Center St.. Fay- I etteviile. A r k ^ . J-'J-c lo~Thi~W*thlrgl«n Prvkll* C*urt In the M a t t e r of the Estate of BETTIE A. KESSEL. Docenserl. No. 8.1-i-A- Nttlf* Of *pp«lntm»nt Ai I ArimlniilriUr With Will Anfi«n»4 I Last known Address of decedent: Fay- r-tteville. Arkunstn. Date of d e a t l i : A u g u M H. "" An l n » t r « m e n t dated No 19.1S. was on the ,10th day of N her. 19.11 a d m i t t e d to prohale as t h e laat will of the alKive named decedent. and the undersigned has born a p p o i n t a d m i n l s t r a t o r with will annexed 1949 Chevrolet 2-ton $795 ' 1938 Ch«vroltt Pickup. .. $295 WHITFIELD MOTOR CO. OLDS -- GMC SALES AND SERVICE ISJMorth East St. lfl28TMboDGE7Vdoorr2 new" Tires and battery, nnw p a i n t , very clean. Phone I7«W. At Any Price r i i l l c r O u l l i i s l s T h f i n A l l i Bfiyd M i 111 .VO I . i n d c l l f ' h n n r l.'MH J1795 DELICIOUS "home c f i i i n r c r p f a ; h c s and * , i,nys-nb..rrirs. U»ill hi:.KW. ^ ' i G I H L S hicvolc. M n w i h o r n r . Rni"d"as . 5495 l new, S..'ii].0)._Phone LT.17M. $595 «5L~OjfED_'m:iplrs." L-all 4S9J2. vliKlio'Vc'nirfi!" phone C58W. GOI.UEX l l f l l r i o n s . Rnl n \\MIIPK;IP- Inspection i n v l l r x l WicK:ms. A r k n n B n s Cold Slo Phnnr 34C2J. LUGGAGE. Ilui;hov. (iL'l L r v c r c t l ' K t r r e t . 1I71J. I N C O M K T A X K K H V I C E Phone iri7.V HA'nnv H.'CUKMF.R Signs n ^ i i t i ' _ I . Hov 211. Winslow 'Olt pnpcr hnnscr or pninlcr, Phnnc _ __ "24 HOUR SERVICE ON Hcmilitchina, Picolinj, Covtr»d BuMom, Button Holti, Tailored Bells and Bucklei. Special Attention givtn Mail Orderj. Satiifactlon or Monty ases. foot locker*. b.'iKs. O ' n i i o f.'isos, l o i l r t kits. clc. A c n r n p l f l c l i n e f t , HAMPTON'S A R M Y StIRP!,US STORE DOCK. r n^!ThT7rft"TndrappTr-ci»tp7i J SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. " Berry's ]R £ K e;, _ p fl jrettfvllle hy cvnryt 41 "Plin South MONEY TO LOAN FHA HOME Low interest, long terms UTLEY AND COMPANY, INC. Phnnr 3203 of Kimbsll, Neb., dnd Mrs. H. B. Kilter. Funeral nrranxeinents, under th^ direction of Callison-McKinney, are incomplete. Chrfttephtr Columbus Cooptr Bfntonvillp - (Special) - Fti- nwijl srrvirrs for Christopher Calumbus Ccnpor, fi9, whn has farmecl near Hiwasse for Ihc past 41 yearx, will bs conducted at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon at the First N»j!nrcnc Church in Miwapse by tht Bftv. Clint Mltcholl. Buri.il I ntt ^ ' will he in thr Mount Pleasant | th*- pxiafe rifird. I nthi fn rc.m*fcry under Ihe direction o f ; tht Burns Funeral Home, Mr. Cooper died in th* Memorial Hospital Monday niRht. Ht hart been a patient there .'or days. Born January 20, f was thf'son of Benjamin t h e eat ate must exhibit them, d u l y verified, to the undersigned w i t h i n six month* from the d a t e of the f i r s t publication of lhi« notice, or they shall hr for«ver barred and precluded f r o m any b e n e f i t In th* ental*. Thi* n o l i u c f i r n t published 2nd day t of J a n u a r y . 19.11'. i Ona MiuUon A d m . w i t h w i l l annexed n. F. n. «. F a y e U e v l l l f , A r k a n s a s 2-9-i: NOTICt In Tht PrftbHI* Ceurt Of WnMniUn *unty, Ark an tat MATTER OF ESTATE OF W I L L I A M I N G R A M WILSON. Deceaieri. Last k n o w n address of decedent: Farminjiton, Ark Date of d e a t h : December 13, lfl.ll. The undersigned wax appointed ad- m i n i s t r a t r i x of the F R l a t e of Ihe above d e n t on December 31. 1131. mmt f v h f h i l t h e m , d u l y i u n d e r s i g n e d w i t h i n n i x m ( i f f ! p u h l i r a t l o n of t h i s ; notice, or they t h a l l le ferrvcr barred Rales 1 from any b e n e f i t in Ihe Mtate. flrit p u h l i s h f r t J a n u a r y L O A N S $50 to $1,000 . We m a k e a t i l o and f u r n i t u r e Inans. Let us f i n a n c e the purchase of your new or uscH rar, QUICK SERVICE STANDARD FINANCE CO. 12 North Block St., or our used rar lot. Corner Center and Church Street;:. FOK SALE--HOME NEKDS BU Y~BEfiLOU~G7ia7 imleed" M y t iSpr^Ty today and protect y o u r f i n r rlotlic-v f u r n i t u r e a n d niRi. H K R i - l j U ( i u a r . S yenrs. or w i l l pay fnr ihc d a m a g e . Lcwii Bros. Co.. Inc. ONE General Electric ironcr in good £ondjlIon. C a l l K77W. LEWIS BnOS/BASEMKNT Uied GK w«sher . . . 52'.l.nn Hied H n t p o i n t rnriKc .. l!'!.on H^rd Oiapor w a n h r r .. .. 11M Used Kureka cleaner . 13.00 Used W e s t i n i r h n u a r r c l r l K r r a l o r mm Uiied Maglr ^ C - h e f _ _ g a r n n c r M '»» UST.D ],imp table mahogany f i n i s h , S10.00. l.ewli Bros. Co. !nr. USED e x t e n s i o n d i n i n g room t a b l f w i t h six chairs. 17.100 net. I.rwii Bros. Co . Inc. llMR"~MONTGOMERY " Ward washer. Good condition. I'honc rtl.l^M USED 'hr'pakffljil rTiom set. I n d i e »nd QUALITY . ' USED P I A N O S ECONOMICALLY PI11CED S O U T H W E S T PIANO SERVICE 502 South Collcgo iM^TflsRo. Wt mMt or b»ot ony competition -401 WEST DICKSON FOR RENT--FARMS E X C A V A T I N G B U L L D O Z I N G Gravel, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T O N Phorvs 2X9 _ ONK~dnv~";if.rvico~bi'^rrqurnl rinri tilt: H o l i d a y irnMm. n«7.nrh» WITH nil srrr* U lift^l WP linvc hnd tn Inr · lcm« Inm llmr Imprnvrmrnli | roiHlut "I moilrrn 2 lirdrnnul lMin«»- i low uniokc liou.p. hnni. Jind hnK fen The hnmf ii ImuUlfrt. h»« cllv walcr iiahir.il f»j. line Ullrhrn lilllni unrl Illpniy nr iood roomy I In. F.ntlro lr«cl I" wpll frnrpd mfiy hflve Immediate pnsMI- ! """INVESTMENT pnoprm-v ! TWO hcitroutn homp only 4 or » | v r u r s i.Id W p l l lodilfd tn S. W I F a v e l t c v l l l r nr.tr IIPW ichnoll. 11 w i l l nlw«y.t r r n t u;«dlly. Lot im n h n w yni. I'honr 7m HAMMOND REALTY CO. Evi Phone H. D Hammond 1371 W ACnrsnTmMcs Sprfnidale on Hood road i room modern house, b a r n . t n n i K r . ' H o m c lotid v a l l e y l a n d . Price S7,;irn on. 20 ACRKS, Ti miles K p r l n j t d a l * on «ood rond, fi room hoimi-, *e mi -modern, p l o r l r l c l t y and h i i l a n r gas in broiler linu*p. b u r n , reduced recently to s.'i ?:.n on. i S ACRES. 2 milf.i Spririddal''. S roijrn j hoiiic. c h i f k o n liou«*. good w r l l . j n a l u r a l xas. e l e c t r l c l i y . a h a n a l n · at 84.000. Torino on h a l f . J. P. PETTEY PIONEER REALTY I'hont 914 lllnriwu.v 71 South In S p r l n x d n l r , A r k . . 1255 Square feet of modern living, lo-, calcd on 100 foot corner lot with fini' view from both front and rear. Situated on beautiful Waneetah Heights, a rapidly growing popular exclusive residential area. Lovely living room, 2 spacious bed-." rooms and an unusual glassed-irV breczeway connecting kitchen and 1 ! 14x28 garage with ample utility space. $12,500 With Tii. ( .v,' ; liberal financing. Cooperation with fellow realtors. "SEE GEORGE" McKinney Agency -- Phone 326 Over ? McHroy Bank J. W. H I L L ELECTRIC CO. Quality Initalltn · PUMPS · POWER Phon. 24. W«st Fork NEWLIN REALTY WEJ^T FORK. A R K posses- : FOOTINGS-' litrhfH. si-pin- ml hark filli DITCH D I G G I N G r fn\ nnd *c nk hnlr* D l B K i n « THFI1E r » l l 23^fi BrycC c h f i i r : J15 Ml. I.c ·01. Co USED onk h u f f e t . fl.VOG. _Co., Inc. " . O o n l (or 4 ^ hork. Phone .'*. ' ' l hour*. T.'.c 117 CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Ct. R h o d a R. Wilton A c l m l n U t r n i r i x . ' K a r m i n K l n n . S4.son r«wii k«ni«ii. or t r Glrn Wlnt. Ai- |OO»--CATS--PKTS lornpv A t I,«w. 3d N . C o l l r « r . ' , - , - . , · r » y r t l r v l l l f . A r k . 2-f-c T P Y Bvillrto«. f. months oM. for AMo w a n t food homo (or 2 mr ifllf Who's Who For Service Consult You r Classified Service Directory RKMJTY SHOP AI.ICF'.'S U K A U ' l V M1DP N n w u p lou-lt. 1 ' j Y . M o u n t a i n _ A l n - r _ ; i n i l _M;alliri__['liiHH-_ B " C01~VAF!DS~nr:AllfY SlTo 2n* W Mr,vlow-- t ' h n n r :.W1Z Kadi mo-lip. Cnjrt vv.ivr U "STifi'Bf"ui£inV 1 if«oi ~ rtoranci lun«lof ltrt.lABI.S WORK niorlc "SHOP Phone 73f, Excavating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing! H. H. JONES, Contractor! 212 Virginia Avc., hox 14.1 U. Sta. Phone Hflfi. Faycttcvillc Don't Read This Unless YOU'IIE loottini! (or ·oincttilnx mor* | In a f a r m t h a n I m p r o v e m e n t . A : sir.ofibk i r n c l iD7 ncfcsi of i r r t l l r i t r » c t o r l a n d is h a t d lo f i n d . And the value o( l a n d i* In how m u c h 11 w i l l produce. The i m p r o v e m e n t * nre J u i i t f l i r : * room home, m e d i u m niBcrt h a r n . tool (thrd. broiler house r n e w i for 2..'iO!l Good w j l f r. r l n - t r i c l i y . c i l V telephone, a l l r o u t r ^ H u t t h e land Is now p r n d u c l n * . and w i l l produce more and rnor« (roni now on because of tevcral yfian of in- t e l l i g e n t work hy pre»ent owner. I f you w a n t a plac* in own w i t h p r i d e and p r o f i t , here it is. $».ooo.oo. Reward for Gracious Living VKI1Y r a r e l y can we advertl** a plarr w h e r e Ihe lull e n j o y m e n t ! nf conn, t r y l l v l n j i are combined w i t h a f i v p f i g u r e income. C o u n t r y l i v i n K at t i n ItcM usually d r a l i m * hank ncrounl. Bui oot on t h l * f l n r ( n r m . MII a t t r a c t i v f and h o i p t t a b l f f fin*- stone-veneer w i t h 7 w r l l - p r o p o r t i o n r d roomi II r in d windows, K c n c r o u n Klr.cd clo*.cl», n n d 5 h i n i n « hardwood floor* C e n t r a l h r f l t l n n . ye I a wood-bur n i n j t f l r r - placr In t h e r o s t f u l l l v i r t x room. A k i t c h e n of character and c h a r m . C l l y convenlrner.i. of course. THF. lor- acre* of f r r t l l e loll nrf- u w d for r a t t l e CiOi; l a v l n f h«n» (2.5'Wi; a h a t c h e r y noo.OOOi. Make a carr- f u l check of the Incomr and *e« if i h l s place won't pay for n » c l f In t h r e e y e a r i. Priced at J4VOOO. NEWLIN-POWELL REALTY WANTED TO BUY Used poultry feeding equipment. '· Feeders, automatic WotererS and gas brooderb. Propane storage tanks. Especially Interested in large quantities, but will buy. any amount, Write, stating what you have and your prices. Haag's General Store Rudd, Arkansas Ito.i't C l I F l M In durimirr ( a l l j'Hfi. K lots for ^.ile I'HV l i k e : MeLiiiiKhlin. Van Jcl. i AUTOMOBILE SPECIAL Now is th* time to buy a good clean ustd cor or trucks, when th* market ii at a stand still. I have stocked my tot completely for the mad rush of the fpring purchasers, but if you will buy now you will save. Come on down, take a look, drive and try them. If I am too high, jew me. Tackctts Auto Exchange SOUTH 71 HIWAY PHONE 2112 INVESTMENT PROPLRTY : I H I i l N K S S M u d d i t i K w i ' l i l i n e Ii .T · l i n n iiiul p l f n l v t,t ii.-.rkitip W o u l d : r i » n i l d r r n - O i d r n r - r as p a r t p i i v n i c n l or w o u l d (Tfidt- (or cood ( a i m WIIKINS REALTY CO. IIO.MK SIlltVICK __ I'NSI ILATION wiovrfiKiTsf fur DI-X'nilATIN'C - W . M . I . l ' A P K n BEFORE you catch ihM cnlrt «f* \IB j hnunrl' ' Corkrr Snnnlcl, Terncrn. nhoul nur funrnnlrnt colrl pr»v»n. n»itnn'i. Wnl Fork. _ciJilg I ?.°rh.n."''-t.? r "'' riKSisWnCh;Cr,rkcr.Sp,n, f l pupplii. 2 A C H K S I n i i d . i lo t i u t n f CK\. r l f ct C M y w n t i - r ly t h r IJU. ATffNTION LRT llw Amerlon N«llon»l Iniur«nc» Co 'pay jour )*ftiipttiil unrt floctor »IIK rot lrj« iiHormminn. »rlu Thurmin H»lr. .112 Ilitncock BIAl Phnn MI-W-I. -- _ 'P*' ·H't'ftfn'ri. "rhft'nViMJz. V%w Mr FOR LEASR ttfofi^rtN hTfhw»y iervlr* itniion. Attractive prnpniftlon (nr ri(lu (i»rty. Prie* Oil C*. HANI) AND _ ROAD AND nmvtWAir OHAVn, - ALSO TOP SOIL Phone 15HJ nnd 30»J nn hfiii»r. 2 room nrilv in hmi«e dt.'.i. drilled \\fll 1 2i:,tiR , 2 BEDROOMS AND DEN N K W r . n i r h - ^ i \ l c I r a r i i p w i l h n t l . u h r d , Itaiaitr- l o c n l r r l n n I n r R i - ^ h ^ ' h ' Inl in nor Hi «rch*in of c i l \ Mi-d room* l ~ x 1:1 »-;u-h intd n ( j i - n c r f i u * \\t*' p i n r p.-in'-ll'd d m N I C " l i v i n g rr»rn, d t m n r r u n r n . n n d k i l l h r n H^* t i l r d h h l h . C 1:tr|p r l n ^ ^ l ^ « . n t i t o n i a l i r hf-i*' lt'ui*r i h o r n u c h l y limilated A r e a l KINCAID""AND""COMPANY :,of, nioNf. IMI 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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