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Obituary (nfVi IflfW . Funeral service for Mrs. Earle Batei, 6J, r»yttteville, who d i e d i ~ -- -Thursday in a Houston, Texas, fc»_L__ r_j. e.J«. Af hospital, was conducted this morn- WliNni CIIBS MlKS VI !hg at 10:30 o'clock in the Central I Presbyterian Church by the Hev.' Edward Brubaker, pastor. Burial was in Evergreen cemetery under . the direction of the Watson Mortuary. Much Of Cuticura Profits Turned Over To Aid Needy Infant Ftrrtll . The infant daughter of Coach and Mrs. William R. Terrell'died tt birth in County Hospital this morning. Graveside services.will be con- .ducted this afternoon at 4 o'clock It St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery by the Rev. Father Edward R. Maloy of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Burial w i l l , be in the Catholic cemetery under the direction of the Watson Mortuary. Jam** Albert Ruth Funeral service for James Albert Rush, 77, who died Friday night at his home- here, was to be conducted this afternoon at 2 . o'clock in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Burial was to be in the Combs Chapel cemetery. . Mrs. Jont 'Vaughan Funeral service for Mrs. Jane Vaughan, 87, who died Thursday night in a Springdale convalescent home, was conducted Saturday afternoon in the Whitcner School House by the Rev. Jake Drake Burial was in the family cemetery near Hindsville, under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Hubert Proctor, Cecil Fitch, Gilford McCar- · ver, Albert Puryear, Raymond McCoy and Paul Flannagan. Mr*. J. W. Murphy Graveside service for Mrs. J. W. Murphy, 77, who died Wednesday in Kansas City, was held Saturday, morning at the Mt. Comfort ceme Heelings In Washington Washington-(£)-Evangolist Billy G n h a m closed his five-week car.itil crusade Sunday ni~ht by telling an estimated 14,000 persons: "It's so long, rather than'food- bye." The throng, originally scheduled to assemble at the Washington Monument,' jammed into the National Guard Armory instead when j t h e weather turned bad. . Since the meetings began J a n - uary 13, his aides reported a total of 307,500 persons attended and 6,115 signed conversion pledge cards. Springdale B a t the tery by trie Rev. Walter L: Johnson, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Burial was in Mt. Comfort cemetery under the direction of the Watson Mortuary. Pallbearers \v«rc Mack I.iles, George Liles, Howard Waggoner, Elmer Powers, James Head, and A. A. Atkins. Fr«l Simpion Bentonville- (Special) -Funeral service for Fred Simpson, 71, a firmer in the Vaughan community for the past 24 years, Was conducted yesterday »t the Csllison- McKinney Funeral Home here. Burisl was in the Barren cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Sarah Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Culmer and daughter, Annie, of Kansas City, Mo., and Bob Price of Fayetteville were guests Friday in the home of Mrs. Stella King of Springdale Mrs. Culmer's mother, Mrs. Grace Meeks, is a former resident o: Springdale. The First Baptist Church o Springdale is formulating plans for the erection of a building for the North End Mission which the church sponsors. The building will provide an auditorium with a seating capacity of 250 with eight class rooms for Sunday School purposes. Arthur Gunderson of Springdale was taken to the County Hospital Saturday in a Callison-Sisco am- bulante. He is receiving medical treatment. Lawrence Laymen and Gene Ida It* Wadt Warran Springdale - (Special) - Ida L e e Wade Warren, 78, died yesterday morning at her home ncar-Hinds- ville. She was born May 3, 1874, in Hindsville. Survivors are one son, Fletcher Warren of Hindsville; one brother, John Wade of Aurora, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Lula Armstrong, Redden, Okla., and Miss Alva Wade of the home. Funeral services be conducted tomorrow at 3:30 p.m., at the Wade cemetery by .lames L. Neal. Burial will be under the direction of Callison-Sisco Funera Home. L. I. Hawi Lincoln-(Spccial)-L. B. Haws, 77, died at the County Hospital, last night. He was a lifelong resident of Lincoln. He is survived by his wife of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Lucille Sutler, Ozone. Texas, and Mrs. Ola Marie Copeland of San Angelo, Texas; four sons, Bill Haws of Lincoln, Lloyd Haws of Placentia, Calif., Elmer Haws of Westville, Okla., and Vol Haws of Oklahoma City, Okla.; one sister, Mrs. Mary Edwards, Glendale, Calif. . funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m., at the Lincoln Baptist Church by the Rev. Jesse Colcman. Burial will bf in the Lincoln cemetery under the direction of LuRinbuel Funeral Home of Lincoln. Seven In Wedding Party Killed In Aulo Smashup Kaysville, Utah-OT-Seven members of a wedding party, including the bride and bridegroom, were killed yesterday when their Lsymon, father and son, both ministerial students at the University of Arkansas, are working is educational director and choir director of the Second Baptist Church in Fayetteville. The Rev. Norman V. Drake is the pastor of :he church. : Mr., and Mrs. W. A. Hardister and son, Eddie, of 1611 Theodore Drive, were guests of Mr. Hardis- .er's parents, Mr. ithd Mrs. Wil- lurn A.' Hardister, Sr., of Ben- .onville Sunday when they celebrated, their sixth wedding anniversary. Other guests were Miss Madeline Hardister a n d Miss Thelma Hardister of Fayetteville James N. Perkins and daughter, Jamesilyn Sue, ol Eureka Springs, and Mr. ind Mrs, J. E. Whcaton and son, Jerrel, of Anderson, Mo, "The Negro and the Methodist Church" is the name of a discussion to be held »t the Wesley Methodist Church on Huntsville Street Wednesday night. The topic of discussion Sunday night was "Shall the Negro Jurisdiction Become a Part of the Methodist Church?" This discussion was led by Mrs.' Ernest Holcomb with Noble Champlin, Miss Virginia Whiteley and Roy Arthurs taking part in the panel discussion. The Rev. Jim Workman, pastor bf the church, will have charge of the lecture Wednesday night. Special · Boston - (IP) - Existence of a unique 30 millionyiollar "humanitarian f u n d " out of. the profits of a soap-making concern has been announced 30 years after it was set up. Word of the fund was given out for the first time last night by Dr. Samuel M. Best, who succeeded philanthropist George R o b e r t White as president of the Cuticura Corporation, of Maiden when the latter died in'1922. Best said White ordered th' fund set up in a deathbed statement by which the company which he controlled would forever turn over 52 out of every $3 in m profits for charitable purposes. The money was provided by the Cuticura Corporation, makers of soaps, ointments and shavinc creams, to aid struggling artists, needy medical patients, instltu- ions and hospitals. Best said White had requested that word of the fund be kept secret for 30 years after his death, jelieving it would require that 'ong before the fund would be in 'ull operation. Best said the project is unprecedented in American business and added the announcement was marie "with the hope t h a t other business firms will adopt a similar policy." MO»THW»T AMCANIAS TIMM, F.yetrevllle, Ark.nwt, Mond. r , February It, IfSl' Queen Would Have Public Functions-; .^ Go As Scheduled Lonrlon-f/I'J-Qucen Elizabeth II wants public functions in cornice- I Urn w i t h Britain's fiovenimcnt, !,,.,,,,,,,,. trade, c h a n t y or arts to tnko pliit-c io"Vly "nuns' * I LKOAL NOTICKjl NOTICS" ..... ~ In Thf Prthale Cwrt Of wath'niittn Ctunty, Arfcaiua* n J n v M« Ol inr r.swc ui nirrv M . . hnnlonl. U.-CC:IKI|. No. IM6-A. L.asl Known nddrr,j ol UPL'Cdcnt 1.1J K .Spnnt K l . nxMievllle A r k a n m . Date ol dcnih; K-rtriiHry 1. 195;. An insiruini;ni dnica M n v 1, t9U «·«« on Iho Jiilh dnv of FrnnW.v Isii, RainlUfii lo proba.c HI (tie Jnn will "' lie mravo named ilciTrtrnl. and the uniicrusiird hit* been appointed ex- as scheduled despite m o u r n i n g for her father, King CCOI-RC VI. The announcement of this by provided by law. pnnion within the prnon-i n-.-in: rUlnr. «).«ini I lite eiinle niuM r x n i h l l Ihein. d u l y . I vcrllicil. to the iindenilcned w i t h i n nx ' See these Famous Lines of China SPODE HAVILAND LAMBERM FOR apartment. Lnrre living room, hrrfrnonii kitchen, wooit burning flrrplacr, s dint*Mr B r o o rl r r nmiic, j;arrtrn, hcaiill/tii ih«dc on 62 hlfhwuy rait of Farminiton JOHN K. WOODRUFF HAWKINS REALTY CO. ClUlD-V?! 1 . 1 -, _ K « r n t i n « f o n . Ark U N F U R N I S H E D j niom duplex ,,v*il" Ir Phnne 90.1. i SMALL homr xnd 2 »iTf* on 71 h l e h - «'»y S miles fjiyellpville MO prr ' m o n t h HO acrri, ^ rotimn, on mail. ' »chonl i)itji rmitr. 3 ;icrr* i t f j i w - S5MO per yc. Ncwlm limit. suiivices orreiBD. au.v-tlLt "vcne.lin blind* «nrf num window screeni and twrt;nfi.iin t'rrt riiimalei. G«b« Cooptr, 441TM, South Lprust. Phone 1011 ' J r fhpfic 3N1JT LANDSCAPINC Mxtcrlilx and c a. wi««na, DITCH DOMING .. KOOTINGS-w a t e r, gas anfl MwtrS ditchrs. itptic tank hol«i. Dlffjni-- and i)«k Mlllnfl. Call 2ftt WryM ' lwiS~MATt'RESS : CO. Insurance Firm Sets Up Four-Year Scholarship A four-year scholarship in business administration has been established at the University by the National Old Line Insurance Compjny of Little Rock. The scholarship maximum of $600 will pay for the first the lord chamberlain's office said, ! fu! tributes" to her husband and I K n i h r y n R. SaKi asked "loyalty and devotion" for j w .7 r ^ cC( , D . cfpnd "" : t h e i r daughter, the new queen. I t h i r t y rinvs n E l W i t h ' t h e queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, the queen mother and Princess Margaret .spent the weekend at Windsor Castle, where Kins George was buried Friday. Yesterday they attended a memorial service for him in the private chapel (adjoining the royal lodge. Defendant K a t l t r y n H I ' l n l i i t l f f In Iho abov Bentonville Twenty-six entries of local talent arc on the program of the P.T.A.-sponsored : talent show tonight at the high school auditorium. The show is slated to [Uiirt at 7:30 p.m. Proceeds will be .applied on a new piano already in Jsc in the a u d i t o r i u m , hi conjunc- .ion with the talent show t h e misic department at Benlonvillc : ligh School will present its music ·cvue which was postponed Fcb- ·uary 7 because of widespread in- 'luenza in the school. nhove The Benton C o u n t y P; ! Hlchiird n Grcer [ Chnnccry Clerk M.lB-L'fl March 3-c W A R N I N G OMDIR " tn Tht Chancery Court Of Wathinxten Ccunly, Arkaniat George C. Austin Plaintiff Knthcrimr Marie Au.ilin 13ef:ml;mt The D c f c n H n n l K n t h c ) i n n Marie AIIK- t i n is warned to nppcnr in this Cuuri within t h i r t y diiys and anitwcr the coniplnini of Ihe Plaintiff in th ( t-nliiled cause. Witness my hand nnd seal of t h J j Conri ihi« 26th dny of January. 1PS2. (SEAL) Iliflnirtt n. Grccr Chnncrrv Clerk By Joy Ilupc n C. WARNING OROIR T In The Chancery Cautt Of Waihinftvn Cvunty, Arhanin Edward A. It. Miir-liall Plaintiff vs. Glmlys L a u r n t n \inrs)iHll U c f c n d H n t The Ocfentlnnt Glndys Lanrain Mar- Khali is warned to appear in this "ourt w i t h i n thirty days and imxwer the L i i m p l a i n t of ihe PlainliK in the aliuve e n t i t l u d Cltusc. , ··'linrss my hand and B(;al of lhl« this 2nd day of February, J952. $19 00 | NEW ll-pirce bedroom group, hcd, [ SJKJC la I'hcst, dressing (able, i.cnch jiprtnit | niatircsi. pnir pillow*, tifdiprcad. ' Hair v n n M y Innipi, romp le IP for SK9.SH. Stump F m n i l u r e Company, _Wi:i__W. Dlrknon. USED l i v i n g room suit*, vriutir cover, chair and tllvAn Sfin.SO. Stump Kurni* ,.'!!. r V_^-9. l !l n . a 'iy'_ ri0;1 w - Uickinn. USkri dlnellp. exten*lon"~table,' four m n l r h h i R chair*. b u f f e t Hi) 50. Slump F u r n i t u r e Co., 803 \V, Dickson. off sqiKirr f r r v j-nod vnnll f n m l T U K K K roOn § ."/** pull!. ! I t t r n n h r r l . with m.iulatlon venetiart forced air gas furnace. ix(- . n I;iri;c IP%-CI lot in restricTtrd ( thR price U only tt.«J0.W, WILKINS REALIY CO. WJ N College f ' S iivdrrn K'7 Ml mo yftar and is renewable at the rate Grange sponsored a , p i e supper at nf t^nn nftr'voor fnf no/ih nt lu^ n n t u « \ / n , . ~ l . . . M - . I - . . M . I ; . . _ l a i l S E A L I car crashed Into truck. a semi-trailer music is planned. Catherin Poe, daughter of Mrs. Cordelia Poe of Holcomb Avenue, underwent, a tonsilectomy over the weekend. Her condition is reported to be improving. Guests in the home of Mrs. GD. Lichlyter of Springdale last week were her daughter, Mrs. Don Jones of Little Rock, and Mrs. Helen McDonald, also of Little Rock, who accompanied her. On their way home they spent some time with Mrs. Jones' daughter, Miss Sarah Lou .Tones, who is attending the University. The Senora Methodist Church, six miles east of Springdale, was Lhe host church for the quarterly .Washington County singing convention Sunday. The . singing; event was an all-day a f f a i r which began at 10 o'clock. An old- fashioned basket picnic dinner was held at the noon hour. Simon Graham, president of the a n n u a l Washington County Singing Convention, was the song leader. Several people from Springdale at- .ended. The Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church ; will meet Tuesday for the regular j of $300 per-year for each of three succeeding years, provided the holder meets certain academic and other standards. The first scholarship under the grant will be available at the beginning of the fall semester, which opens next September. Screening of candidates for the scholarship will begin A'ithin a few months. The scholarship will be admin- stered by a special Scholarship !ommitlee of Ihe University, and he winner will be selected on the basis of his high school academic record, aptitude scores, economic need, personality traits, and other characteristics. Any boy or girl who is a bona fide resident of Arkansas and wh will be eligible for admission to the freshman class of the University next September is eligible to apply for the scholarship. Effort Hide To Cap Big Natural Gas Well flenovo, Pa.-OT-Experts worked today amid explosive gases trying to cap a huge i i a l u r a l gas well that blew itself out a f t e r b u r n i n g 36 hours. A massivn cap, capable of withstanding pressure of 10,000 of withstanding pressure of 10,01)0 pounds per square Inch, w«s rushed from New Yoi'lc lu get the well unt'er contril befc:t! II,ere is another explosion. Tlic \\"M, believed tn be one a'. the largest in the nation, blew out a 6,000-pound cap Friday like a the V a u g h n community b u i l d i n g Saturday night. The program featured Bob Armstrong of Goodwill Grange; Mrs. J. D. C h a s l a i n of Flint Crock Grange; Miss Helen May of Oak H i l l Grange, and members of Zion Oak Grange who presented "The Womanless Wedding." Proceeds went to t h e Ben- Ion County Pamona Grange treasury. The high school cafeteria will he the scene of the a n n u a l Kiwanis Club Valenllne Party tomorrow night at 7 p.m. cork, igniting the gas. It blcv out the flames yesterday with an earth-shaking roar just before a Texas expert was to use 100 quarts of nitrogylcerin on it. Navy Reports Foster Jet In Production Belhpagc, N. Y.-yP)-THc Navy has released a photograph of the new G r u m m a n Cougar jef fighter which it describes as "much faster" i than the Panther jet now being j used by Navy and Marine fliers in j Korea. The photograph was released yesterday with an announcement saying the Cougar is bging produced in q u a n t i t y here by the G r u m m a n Aircraft Engineering Corf-oration. Elizabeth Taylor To Marry British Actor Now York-M')-Elizabetl Taylor, 19, screen star, said today, she will Hit-hard U. Orrpr Chancery 'Clerk ANNOL'NCIJMKNTS 1 IM1 wanhcr repomesscd. .oxtru clenn. Phone Idl 1 IWn Vyis waihcr finiolint. sood condition . . (t'j Phone 1(11 1 Burton wjuhrr J13 95 Phn-ie 161 1 Easy Spinririf;r $4995 Phone 101 1 D I X I E range, nnturnl gus. r.xlrn clean J69.95 Phone 1«1 1 Windsor r a n f t f , olrl tml r x t r n clean JH.95 Phone 161 1 New IVrfecllon oil runKtr. K x l r a clean. Srlli SiraM. like new Kpeclnl .- . . . $19 B: Severn! oil runcc* from SS.OO up 1 Norie rcfrlBcmtor. Good condition . . . S03.9I Phonp 161 _ C1KLAMOMA TinE_fc_SUPPl,V_ ftti 9~roOT "Itolpolnl "electric rc- Irlgrrjitor. Priced rc*ion»hl*. Phone H.TOl. For FULLER BRUSHES We stork r p K it 1 a r dairy hroonn. Tuesday Winalii' Ion. INSTRtlCTION 10th, 7:3n. DenroHd Theater Ark. Guncvlcve T n r k f n f f - COMPLKTE your high srhool at home in Kn«rc 'time. Texts furnished. Diploma. NT classes. Send for 47 rmjje booklet nnd sample Irsnon free A n r r i c a n School, wrile P, O. Box 120. ^v^rv NOTICE Dick rfoback, .30, n veteran of seven years d u t y with the U.S. A r m y paratroopers in the European theater, was recently appointed ' night patrolman on the Bentonville police force, Chief Hugh "Tater" Black has nn- ' nounccd. He succeeds Charier Kirhy who quit to devote f u l l time to, his paper delivery route. Hn- back, a former resldont of the Vaughn community, is married and has three children. NOTICE AFRICAN VIOLET FANS LliT mr build you i m c t n l - l l n e r l table- box to display them, t h n t w i l l double bloom nnd growth. See namplc ^Jiflcr 3 n. m. nl G19 W h l t h a m . PERSONAL -Two babies were born al t h e Bates Memorial over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sands of Lowell announce the birlh of a daughter S u n d a V morning. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Clanton of Bentonville announce the birth of a d a u g h t e r this morning. Today's Market-- St. Louis Livrslm-k National Stockyards, 111. - M')(USDA)-Hogs 17,00(1; moderately active; weights 180 Ibs up 15 to 25 JON directly leading to Ihr locution of I.orcnu Holers. d n U R l i tor of Fred nofjers, formerly of El kin?. Ark., now believed lo reside in Fort Smith. A r k . Age npproxi- millcly ZR yean old. Write Box K-24 Tr. Times. SITUATION WANTED HEM' WANTED--MALE U N U S U A L lorn) |inslll ( in. SalBryTcim- nilHKion . a^id rrtlrcmrnl. Must be experienced rinhit man w i t h car. Write P, O. Box 567, Fort Smith, A_rk. YOUNG men wniitcri~tV~gcT~rcafi"y"1o .it-t-fpi- positions In d r n f t m K , accounting, eluctricify nnd dioscl engineering. Wo (each you at homo In spare time and help .place you. American School. Write IV O. Box .120. Ilia I' WANTED--FEMALE LADY to shnrc apartment nnd do pnrt time.- sewing. 225 West Center. HKMMffANTED WANT~U~ISTR1R U TO li 'OR Faycltcvillo territory on ].2a5 IIrim backed by national advertiser, nnd t a k i n g America by storm. Your net should rxrrcd £1.200 per m o n t h , rriuires invcstmrnl. Don't answer unless you can take over Immrd- J?!? 1 *'- Vri(c Box K-22. %' MY enlire buslncn.1 for iaic. Sec or e a l l K . A . H o b b s . Phone 17, Winnlow. LOST AND FOUND . and collar, f'bonr .10.11W.' 11.50 - 13.50; ] MONTY TO LOAN m o n t h l y covered dish luncheon m a r r y M i c hacl Wilding, 39, L The gc i ori -at the end of this Killed were M a r t i n Edward Orccn, 22; his bride, Nellie Junr Wilson Green, 16; Ralph E. Green 37, brother of the bridegroom anc driver of the car; Mrs. Edna Wi son, 40, the bride's mother; Mrs Phyllis Christenscn, 38, a u n t ol the bride, and Glen Charles Wadsworth, 38, nil of Ogdcn, Utah, nnd Clarence Sharpless, 33, of Clearfield, Utah. The young couple married Saturday. Elmer B. Green, brother of twe of Jhc victims, told officers th* party was celebrating the wedding. DISSTON Chain SAWS 4-9-12 H.P. MERCURY MOTORS PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. WE PAY CASH FOR PEAD OR CRIPPLED ANIMALS fkont Callict Ull Foyttt«»ill« Rtnrfcring Co. hostesses for the day will be Mrs. Landrcth Loyd, Mrs. W. T. Pitts, 1 Jr., Mrs. Troy Ryan, and Mrs. Elmo Samuel. Al! members of the society and anyone v.'ho would like to become a member are invited. The Wcslcyan Service Guilt will meet Tuesday night nl 7:30 in the lounge of the First Methodist Church. Mrs. Nora Lingic- back will bring the devotional The hoslcsses will be Mrs. James Toopcs and Mrs. Cliarlcs McKinney. The topic of the program will be, "!.:l Courage Ride with Danger." The three Frederick Brothers, Al, J. B., and Pete, have opened a new business in Springdale. It Is » body and p a i n t shop, Sell Faster At A Better Trice- Name The Brand In Your M. Kwy ip wltk Uw Mam r»M Ike Time* rially. CASH PAID FOB DEAD ANIMALS PtMM C*tlKt JIM rtrttttTfll*, ArkimM Jcplin Rtritftrinf Ca. British week" in EnRlantl. She announced the ceremony w i l l lake place in Kent al the estate ol her "godfather," whose name she refused to disclose. She said she and WilclinK will BO to France and Switzerland for their honeymoon. She is due hack March 26 to make a picture, "The Girl Who Had Everything." Pink Ice In River Tolk Of Town Berwick, Pa.-(7T)-All you hoar about Berwick these days i s ' t h e Ice on the Susquchanna Kivcr. It's pink. The technicolor ice formed along the cast bank d u r i n g the last few days and extended some distance out. The best explanation scorns to oc that oil escaping from a clogged underwater fcipc caused the coloring. Triplet* Mike Seven Haillcsburir, Miss - M 1 ' - Now Iherc nre seven children under lower t h a n Friday's average; lighter weights steady to mostly 25 lower; sows steady tn 25 higher; advance on snmo of weights over 400 Ibs; bulk chnirc Nos. 1, 2 and 3, IflO-230 Ibs 1(1.00-25; several loads mostly choice Nos. 1 nnd 2 215 Ibs down to butcher? and shippers 18.35; packer Inn 8.00; choice NOR. 1, 2 and .1 240270 Ibs 17.00-75: 280-325 Ins IDOr 10 Ibs 12.25-13.25; ynws 400 Ibs down 15.25-1 fi.00; heavier sows 13.25-14.75; stags hoars 9.50-11.50. Cattle 4,000; calves 600; few early sales commercial to low good steers steady at 27.50-31.00; small lot average good .'12.00-50; good and choice heifers nnd mixed butchers yearlings 29.00 - 33.00; cows active and strong; u t i l i t y jmd commercial cows 21.50-23.00; otn- neis and cutters 17.50-21.50; bulls under pressure but early dc;ils about steady; u t i l i t y and commercial h u l l s 23.00-2fi.50; few 27.00; cutter bulls 20.00-22.00; vealrra steady; very few sorted prime vcnlors 41.00; bulk good and choice 32.00-30.00; u t i l i t y and commercial vralers 22.00-30.00. Sheep 1,300; trade active, mostly SO higher t h a n Fridiiy; hulk 27.50-28.50; top 28.50. including s r v - j Jr.ii;wKH?"c:oojxKVKN soMn'iiu' SALE-- MISCELI.A NKOUH pwiinAiE" ['i M I L K S of K a y r l l c v l l l c on Number 12 '? mile north of U n i - versity farm nn Thursday. February 21*1 at lft:30. 42 bead of (lock cows, Inr.-luitiiiR 111 Aliens helfrr*. G y c n r l l n e slror^ romliiR 2 yrnrs old. IB mixed rows. ncRislerrd H U f k Anjfii* liull. Ford traclor and one lot of equipment. 20fl bnlrs of hny and mriny t h l f i R n too nvimrrous to men I ion. GeorRn T. Snndrrs. owner. Cnrlmirt Llrrly, clerk. U l l ion nro*., nuc- Jinnccrs. Terms Cash. ^^^ "PUBLIC SALE"" LOCATED Hi milpx ·oiithraiit o( Goshcn. Krinay. February 22, Ml 10 a. m. 7 Whllrlacr cows, onf rexll- tored bull. 2'.j yoars old, one rcit- isterrd hull calf 7 months old, Furni- tools and household Rood*. .200 m o m h l y . Hnjnmond Hniliy Nl'.'K brdroom. ainrJmen n i h l v . 1 .-iparimr «ny I'hoi^ IN,! ^prlvalc riiir.-ini-p ^01 MO'DEnTTT n^m"hmi»e." completely rrdrcoralni. Giirdrti plot. NYar Uni- __verMly_ I'lmnr I 7 4 J I . 3 nOOMTiirnlshcil upm I u n f u r n l i l i p d apnrtmrnt 535 JUKI SSO Phone 71^- MObKRN"2"rooni a p a r t m r n l hhrd. j i r i v n t r bath. Svrvcl tilUlc* pnlrt. t r i e ; : l O f t l a HO 00. d e l l _ _ NICEl-lcBi" " room pnld, ~furnV [rfne. 9 Lin- Tnti'iliPci * 'npartniVn't!"" 123 '. will icll (urniBhinsK choap. A'PTRACfTvif n~ roo nparlnicnt. rfdcrora unfurnished tcd, P h o n e Ave -- ar . QH^l HP (»if fi roomi _ siid porch,, full baiS'». nn B^rriKc. launctr/ room,-jmjt" up. Wuhlnftton School -4ii-'- w ' Mciuui Itvtnc room with [B**^bf ,-...,., »peel a I type automatic 'tit jurnnc«, iimtitited, he*i o( cdnstruc- a tmn and arvhiteciure; 'i choice loll, Jitc^l 'ior home znd income. A 117,-' .'iio home ji! jtimnct two-ihridi v*lue. '· ^.%AFl tteiv Hi«h School. S room bunt- -g alow; (*t hf»i. lde*I for *mall du: nlcx, tot ao by tW, 13.000 A real " e buy. . f CituiuT, husinc!ts lot. centra! Incxtton. Priced tn Hell b" March J. J. D. EAGLE, Realtor I modern 0 room Lufff tfv'-* ft iiiK room, wood b u r n i n g Ilreplicr, ·· - Dedrooms, h»th. Dtnlnjt room, " kitchen, 'plenty buitllni, ft«n«d m e porch, u 11 U t y room, 'i c«r (a- j JOHN K. WOODRUFF, .-.,~. Hen hnune. Brooder housn, ·1,00,1 i:aj)iictt-. B ncre» rich levtl Jancf, t ,, _ _ Knrinmfllon valley. · ' « EXTRA nt'ei' "n room suburbMVniriv' lined npartment. All modern rnn- Kor parliciiJiir* phone HAWKINS HEALTY CO. - * ONE bedroom iip»1nienl,"nTu'"rntrifirn 1h '_ mc *jl. ! --. /*f m 'PEt"".Af*- (llr. Inlnid -linoleum, Kwfmjr, 6 miiciii * BEttHOOM modern burnt*, hard' ·outh an 71. untarnliherf. llo.W ' ROOM furnldhed iipnTlnieitli" "Mrni hustnc'u wnmim. X b^ocki Iron) J5R^2M^Wrst Rork L A R U K one 'rimiii" cfrlrtin'ey" "nYjTr nqunrr. A d u l t * only. A v n i l n h l c Myrrh first. 798.1, NICEl'V "fiirnlshctr'n nVm~"iiiiwniitVlr« Riinrlriien|, J'rlviilc cummer, prt- v n t n lint h and r.ntiiRc. Clote In A.lults. p|,,, np if,si.i. t / - i r » A v / r - f c . i r - r, y~ ^ , M O b K n N * 2 ' r f i n m " p i i r l l » t l v " r u r n l » 1 w c i - ' f K A V t N S f\ C O 1 · pnrtmcPl. Ifltmv. 1J7 fciul tafny.! ^* ' ^ ' \ V 1-1 ^J LX V^W. ( fie- . p'huni! Ififi 13 Eail C«bt«r fri wood Iloon In Living room nnd dm* '« litK room floor furnace, f r i l u l d . l\~ noicum In kitchen. Plenty cablneix. Garicc with storace room. Appro*IT' miac.y one acre of land In city. 1 Price $3,750.00. Phone I06fiJ §(t«r . . NEAR UNIVERSITY ,,,;, NKW two hzdrnom homn. Hnrdwood lloor*. (1','or furinu-c. Clone lo L*v- r r r t t ichual. Liberal credit lermi. CRAVENS CO. IIIK , Iwlc 7,' biiKhRln of far mm. 12 binlirl of r.rchnrd Krnns uprd. M d n y nllicr t h l n R f i loo nuin- crou* In m r n t i n n . Mrs. N. B. Cute cstnln. Urn Clnrk, clerk, lllllon Rrnii. niirlionurrn. H/VY, 'cxlrn Rood qunlily. R. L,. CoiVilis. BALI. hcnrlnK power unw, Irss motor, _$2imO!l.J]T, Holes,--phone IOH.J. P»A^:flCALi ; Y n«w Mnyliif fm runtf, «uloij]«(Ic. Dutch Oven, price IZOft. Bruxh taw $104. DeLavel crcnm tcpfirator $70. Ncwlln Ilealty Weil Fork, A r k . HAY. Number ~onc'~Aifaif« _ iiprjrza. _Phone 2121!. CORN '/or Bale,' GUI WlTliiiniV Elkfnl! LOTS o"f Rood iocuTt'pDirtii~at mj r "y'nrrt a' Wlnalnw. Alno lome oak nolle KM Caudle. GOOD oak tirolwr on fin acres, near [tOToTTLLEriir'foy Kardfiilnit~thr~CHa- lesl w a v -- f r r c riemontlratlon. E. r. Whllchurrh. Box 186. Faytttevlllc. rhone 1703W. . _ Piano--ncbtil'll--SlreamllneH ; A VERY fine liutrninem al a fair prior. Nn monatrositlel. RHO South Srhool. .lorjj. HAY f o r nnle.' (ioon mixed. Reaaon. nble. Phnnii R22JI^_ ^_ irtJTAirRANf"fixiljreirMMon'rc«rS'- Grill. 617 Writ Dlckion. i)cr«on. Mint (urnlih rclcrencei. W r l f r nnx K-ZQ. '.i-Titnes. U N I V E h S I T Y '~APARTMr.NtR ( '"~V n e bedroom, iinfitrnlr.hcd $37.511. / u r n i shcil $72 M) hilh paid. H i- n d i x l a u n d r y ttvnilnhlr Phone 2.1BOII PA"hK~VIEW APAnTMKNTS.~onft' bedroom unfurnished s.'iO.Ui). htrninhcd idS.oo; two hcdronm unfurnlatutri I6.V00. Bsnillji laundry avuila Phone ISR., __ ^_ HOME AN(TlNCdM£ INC:6SfE lux icrvicc. _Gcorfc, I57S. fine! Rrnvcl. _ FhonJT n«j7iiDr7d _ TOP n _xv^ir.__ Wll.lj cnrc Ruck and block inn 263nn. Tor Children" in "my Home EXCAVATINO -- nill.f.DOZIN'o" -PONDS - 11OAOS -- C L E A n l N O ~ O1.IN K A R N E S AND KLLIS WILSON .TKi2W 2013. INDIvTbUAL Iiicmnrr7nx aervice." Hea aonahlc. .101211. FHA I I O M K LOANS I nw interest, long terms UTLEY AND COMPANY, INC. Phone 2203 L O A N S $50 to $1,000 . We m a k n nuto and f u r n i t u r e loans. Let us finance, the purchase of your new or used car. Q U I C K SERVICK STANDARD FINANCE CO. .2 North Hloek si., or our used car lot. Corner Center and Church KOR SALK--I.IVKSTOCK | Oral lots 100-105 Ibs: f o w ' l n n s l l y W"t-:rn I.imli March 10. from KrVral Bond Rr-lrin 2fi.00-27.00; load «,,,,d ^^"T :^" n ,, r '^ 1 ? a TM and chnire .shorn yoarliiiR wcthnrs "-'icvinr. n i u h w a y 71. ; imicj can 23.00 slaughter ewes stcadv, mostly 12.00-14.00; cull ewes 9.00-11.00; aged bucks 11.50. - · - · - · More SnnwKliilc Vlrlims Vienna. Austria-M')-Sno\vslides claimed four more victims d u r i n g !'K weekend, niislnc t h e w i n l e r v;eather death toll in A u s t r i a to 37. Ktcp lh« np witn the llmin--read rlillr. _o( Xlon lload, I H A V E nlenly nf iooil lire,l"wStiTn M W 7- "·'. !i! n ', h '" M;iri ' h a n d April. M '· Polk Uvcalork Co.. Cauvilla NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D A D S K: 3 rend per word Nlriftlc In, , , n Thrrf! consecutive in^crlloni r otir ycar.t o l d ' - i n the f a m i l y o f | 7 ccnu prr word. M i n i m u m order 42r Clailltled adi calh In advance- nol nudii P. Thornton, unemployed oilfield worker. Mrs. Thornton, .11, »nvc birth to triplets yesterday-- wo slrls «nd * boy »t MethotlM Hospllnl. Thornton hus not been hie to work ,«lnec !nst. November, ^h*n he w»s Injured while work- nf on derrick. Deadline for nullified art; 10.10 a m dally; 8^30 a. m. .Saturday Corrertlon* and rerun c h e e r f u l l y m.irle a f t e r f i r s t inierllon Nn correc- llon« or r e r u n made a f t e r ad ha expired. NOTB-. Adverlliin« ropy f n r other P"*e.i li due al 12 norm th" day prc- Cefdlnf piibllcallon: 12 norm Saturday fnr publication on Monrlmr. H)R S A LK_ AUTOMOTIVE '12 PLVMOUTli by'owncr'overbiiulirir ·?".. o. g £:"\.^K',.s flrovi-. ··io'ol.D.SMOIIll.K :,",,,,,',,. nacr ,.,,,,,,·, Hciiular ironiinlMlon. (iooil molor' I" ly .-mn tirc». jH5f»i. liam.iln ·bone 598.12 a f l e r r, p m -.Tfi rilKVnOI.V.f' door. Mnlbr' Vnd body r.i,r Fair Mrc* jar, i»i T.-rml If .l«irr,l. I'lioiiP mi2 aller r, p m 10n» FOill) pickup. Priced reaionalile tionc IGDIh/l. SMTK ' , on roil o f ' n c u r l y ' n c w last lelMker ', ton plrk-up. See or owner ,,t l l u i b i l n K *n. A p a n -. Terry VillrtKe. I iivc-ltcvll] ( I N K 1M2 Model l l ' l n l r r n . i l l n n veater Irnclor, noml rubber. IDEAL MATTRESS CO. W« mt«t or b«o1 any competition __ 401 WEST PICKSON R A I N B O W TROUT iold daily Phone SprlniEdnle 32fll. Ouirk Trout Farm -- __ MJGGAGK! tuiT~cB«cir foot lor "ktri. hricf cflJCi, B-4 bngs. O'nitc catf*. toilet kttft. etc. A complete lint HAMPTpN'g ARMY SURPLUS STORE DOGS-- CATS -- PETS FflKK--Small black ttml tan male ter- rirr doR. Phone ZWJ: FOR RALE OR TRADE __ __ NICE H /oof boat, rbeap. See Johnunn Mottir Srrvici;. HlRhwHy 71 North. TRACTOR Burden p'lowinK. r forjnformnlfmi. ^ HARRY H. CREMER SIGNS noiilr 1 Pox 211. Win* low INCOMK tux «crvtce. Phone Rnyniond _Gcnrjjc. I575.__ _ _ FoffVoun rifibi'TNG NREDS' Cnll II. I. S l f w n r L Hoolbn! Conirnttor Alio, Acbosto .Siding, _ _ H£ine_rcpajr6, Phone 10IIJ __^ " " " EIEQRIC'CO. Quality Initalltn ·PUMPS ,POWEG Then* J4. Wttt.Fork E X C A V A T I N G B U L L D O Z I N G Grav«t, F i l l Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T O N Phon» 2-49 LOCATED block and out-half L... _, .. .itty Cflinpus. paved street, atvtn'. toomi. HHS been uted ai dunftx, extra nice lot with large Kltrdtn. 1 hounc In reaxonably fiood repair Ma Is priceil At SH Sort 00. The »94ft- ' menu have been rented t ··»,* ' s:ii).oo Ullcy i Company, Inc,. HEAi.Tons tr.NDKna IN' si hom Cull 1. 1. ::oj. n«« ** v n i. iJ|l"_322i_n'; i«" BOY EQUITY .* WE bnvc Juit llJittrl (hli nv*"rbdm liouir, location. hArdmrvH- Mnom, auloinatlc Rflf heat, plaltcffd throuuhotil, Idti nf thiidc- trut*. 'C*h' ; bft nurcbHtcH with approxtmttely St. down, bulinc* l\M1. p*r \ n m n t h Including tnxci and Insufane*. ^ IrnnicdlHtc po»eislon. " ' Company LENDERS INSUK01S call J. J Pyeatt Z203 Ren »»i , .' K. r. utify 220.1. Jte§._[607 _.'· ; 7vB room* «nd b^tli, 2*ocflted. tn ( Kiruilt lown between Fayctteville 'ind * Sprin^dale, Dcftn level lot. City coo- ; v-Miifitcot. Cnll Fiycttcvllle 228M4 ' n f l r r fi^p. n/l. _ · _ __ _ ·' .i :"V6Ul\nE'PARTici;LAR'"abOUl th* ; home, the .broiler house, the quality ) of bind or--: Ihe location, ice tbui ·, lovely.' modern borne .and broiler ·ft-un, loratnd juit caii of Fjiynttc- ; vlllc on 16 hlfHway on Weit Forte of WliKr River. Excellent land and I · fine d**li - '· NEV* 5 room home, entirely modrrn. i 5 frrtile icres en JI.- highway 1\' t · tntlei oql. A food home, fine *cre- , '. n?« and, priced *t only $8.*W. j MODERN HOME and SfO · month In. comr or S130 n month Income, 8 rooms in A-l condition thrhuchout. nrranged for t 4 room, a 2 room ind 2-onr room apartment!, Ther* It mom back for cahlni or other ImlMine"- U'« a cood location and; priced rljtht, , " ; NEWLIN REALTY I WICST FORK. ARK 24 HOUR EERVICE ON Hrmttitchlng, Plcoling, Covendl lultoni, Button Holei, Tallot*d| Bel.'l ond Bucklei. Special Attention glvin MaN Ord»r». Satisfaction or Money O N E A C R E ' -.. · H nf \t AT KUCJE of town with * room house.; Thli home bai MI. city water, ind: LARGE FAMILY HOME KOUR tine bedrooms with leneroui; ctnneli. one and a half baths. Urit. h-»*emcnt, central heatinl and m»ny.' other fine feature*. Must be «old, Quick lo Settle Estate. Central lo- . cation, wa^klni of every-. SINGER SEW'NG MACHINE CO II S.E. St.. Fn'fllRvlllf Excavating - Bulldozing Disking .- Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing H. H. JONES. Contractor FOR E X C H A N G E { ZU Virginia Ave.. hox 143 U Sta j "V,F, K KIGIJT l!ood'lol»"loca"led"juVroui7lde! _ Phon(! U3fi - Fayltcvlllc CAKK. well cqulpprd. t r n mi leu »uu(h of Tulsn. Srals Sfl. n r w f i x t u r e * See or call J. W. I.rri/orrl. Jrnk«. Okla. 1'honc 45 dnyi. G7 ni([hti. _ lifhts Only four or five year» old ind telling al s: !00. Lft ul ihow you. Phone 733. . . MAMMOND REAITY CO.: city Tampn. Florida, lor property j near FitytMtevllle or Spnneriale. J. '/.. C l a r k . M25 I.uPort Rand. Houston, WANTKI) WANTJM--ifcTf E«t7l'p~ll«ilif«i~Firm'i. r.-inrhcv c i t y properly. Mavlnji lolft i ol piosprc-livn b u y e r s Inini T nnd other IMtl. .1. Ci. entity, aaln man Inr Tommy Landmark Land C branch oltlcc. 540 G f l r l n n d A v Phone 1441. wrilc ll:, r . p . . dllion. SHD :,n HI mi W nirkwn U.SKIJ plalhinn rnrlirr. Miif upbol. IrTinff. irood rondttton SM stunin ·urnllurc Co.. M3 w. Dlcknon. WANTF.II TO BUT CASH buy from owncr~'Smnll "house and lot or would buy bulldlnu lot Write llox K-2.1. -..linin. USKIJ thiiuvr man ilile n r m ' (a* hoi water boater. Phone SI12. W A N T to buy' n rood" hmi«e trailer A. F. Kowaliky. Sprlmdale. lloute WANT TO RK.NT Z hRDROOM "houif',"~7inl7i"frira'hc(l. Phone 2«4M. 2 on 1 liedrnom houie. near 'Vchool. _l'honr 1774W. PASTURE .......... ~ KOn .10 head ol ealtle. W r i t e PO Box H»rt RKNT-- . 4 HODM apHrtrnent!"~new "incrtern tile, Inlaid I m n l r u m . RarAKe r, rnllei K o u t h on 71 l l n l u r n l a h r n , 140.00 month. _ C « I I _ Z J 2 1 W . NICK 3 ro'oin buntalow t^eaVcainmiV u n r u r n l i h f d , bairment w i t h l a u n d r y ^ l a e J l l U e B i j i M t I l k n nfw. Phon* 2.11. 2 nkurTooSt Itoiitr", "nnnheiit leeilon. J.WOO. Phonr 2Z2J. 1 P'lOM' fiirnlihVil'apa'rlrnVniriirlvVfr hMh. n r u l y dernnted 21 W(M N o r t h Street phone 24S4. Who's Who For Service Consult You' Classified _ __Servjce Directory BAnv"sirFiNG CARF. tnr children in my borne Mn ALICE'S BEAUTY SHOP Now up tov/n. 7li K Mountain St Allee and Martini Phone 630 COLVAHUS BEAUTY SHO? 2(11 W Meiidow-Phone. ?.IW2 Mach i.TQ-up Cold wave IS up aVfAI'U HEAUVt BMOP rlortnet VUplatop M * Dleliaoi frlOM IV Eve Phone II D. Hammond 1112 .-." J A. Jsrvia ISSOW _ ~BY"OWNER r 4 room hou«»*. ilern- porrh. ha'h, nn I ' j acre* South Airport J u l t nif 71 tntl. Good lo- ; tinn for ichools and city bm. PHlUKE'lT'S Bt.AUTV SHOP riri.lAILt WORK :o:i N Bioek l-hont 7]u IIAIII.I.VO llnulln I).iy r ni CJIeim H ROAD AND DRIVEWAY ORAVC1. - ALSO TOP SOIL Phone 1S14J ind SOSJ JfTHt »|i«~' : iiim«lV Free ' Phone ll-J-2 (.rldtr llrothtrt NurMrjr, UIMHIHK. _ __ __ IN Kiiyeltevtlle. J ' j ncrcs north Lev- r r c t l For information write A. T. HrrfrlliiKor. ' clly or phone 203J-W 1 ni'trnlf))! or evening . - · . ', AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE CQ,\\ A Bctler Plact to Bur "ttutpoint 1 1 H. Block DEALER Ph. 1J3 Kincaid Co. · Automotive · Health and Accident j · Polio · Liability j · W O U K M K N ' S COMPENSATIOH; Plate Gloss ·Burglar I N S U R A N C E - Aulomobil* - lioblllry I Fir* - E»ttnd«d Covtrof* ; Polio - Plat* Glou . · WADI nNCHM

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