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KOtTNWUT ARKANSAS TIMII, F«y*tt«vlR*, ArUnMf, M*ntfey, tabnwry If, IMt .--] | Obituary JMn. Mauri RtrHwrforil funeral service for Mrs. Maud Rutherford, 85, who died last Tuesday in her home at West Fork, was conducted 'this afternoon aUthe West Fork Assembly of God 'Church. Burial was in | Baptist Ford cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Wayne Banner, Earl Walker, Steve Emerson. ' J. C. Slbckburger,- Ray Sharp, and Herman Stewart. Mark D. Countt Mark p. C o u n t s , 83. retired farmer and 'lifelong resident of Wesley Community, where he was born November 20, 1868, died yesterday at his home.' He. was a member of the Church of Christ and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. ' . Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Counts; one son, Ottis Counts of Wesley; one daughter, Mrs. Audie Sharp of Wesley; six six great be con- o{ Johnson announce {he birth o f l a daughter, February 24, at the County Hospital. Mr.' and Mri. Dfln.U Hurt Mr, and Mrs. Donald Burt of j LO, Antcles-(/P)-6ne of 10-year- Toy Saves Life Of Youngster and grandchildren gnndchildren. Funeral services ducted at 2 p. m.' Wednesday at · the Wesley Church of Christ by Guy C o u c h . Burial will be in Wesley cemetery by. Moores Fu- ner»l Chapel. \ Births Mr. and Mn.' Cay K. Parker Mr. »nd Mrs. Coy E. Parlier of Fayetteville announce the h i r ' h of a ion, February 23, at the Cily Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Henhel V. Owrn Mr. and'Mrs. Hcrshel V. Owen of Springdale announce the birth of a daughter, February 24, at T'.ie City Hosp^al. Mr. and Mn. Albert Fan-in Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fan-is of Springdale announce'the birth nf a daughter, February. 24, at · Ihe City. Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Loren Clark Mr. and Mrs. Loren Clark of Springdale announce the birth t C a ion, February 23, at the Coumy Hoxpital. · Mr. and Mn. David T. Elmore Mr. and Mrs. David T. Elmore. DISSTON Chain SAWS 4-9-12 H.P. MERCURY MOTORS PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Fayctlevillc announce, the birth of a son, February 25, at the County Hospital. TEACHERS GROUP-- CONTINUED FROM PACK. ONE anr* I don't know what can he done about it." As for the four-year general ed- old Dick Stewart's toys /\vas a shipyard worker's battered helmet. Yesterday, Dick and his, pals were digging a cave. Like any safety-minded .construction worker, Dick put on his helmet. The dirt suddenly collapsed and buried him. When rescuers pulled him out they, found the helmet had slipped down over his face and formed a ,. , . L . u u w i i uvcr n«i irtLe n i i u lu ucatjon and on-; year internship pockel of j, ir beneath thu proposal, Dr. Jones said that he blanket. The air pocket saved his thought such a program would . life, they said, "upgrade Ihe teaching profession,' rather than tear it down, and ·"wuilrl elevate teaching as a profession." He said it was his understanding that professional education courses would be offered to the students ir 1 their f i f t h year of work, and that with a good general education they should be able to get more out of the courses. President Horace Thompson of Arkansas A. and M. at Monticello, a visitor in Fayetteville last week tn discuss the Ford proposal with Dr. Henry Kronenberg, dean of Watching Eclipse, He Drives Family To Deaths Copenhagen, Denmark -{#*)- A family of five drowned this morning while watching the eclipse of the sun, as the father drove their car into the harbor of Svendborg on the Island of Funcn. Jens Nielsen, 40, a factory owner, had taken his wife and three the University College of Educa- i children, aged five to 10, out to tinn, asked for his opinirfn on the see the eclipse, which was partial matter said, "I think it should be tried." Today'sMarket-- Si. Louis LiTtilock National Stockyards, Ill.-W)Hogs, 13,500; fairly active, uneven; weights 180-220 Ibs steady to 10 lower than Fridays' average; other weights and. sows steady to 25 higher with spots 50" up oh heavy sows; choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 180230 Ibs 17.75-18.20; latter price mostly for choice Nos. 1 and 2 180-215 Ibs about 60 head 18.15; choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 230-240 Ibs 17.50-75; packer top 17.75; 250-300 Ibs 16.25-17.25; 150-170 Ibs 16.00-17.50; 120-240 Ibs 13.7515.00; 100-110 Ibs il.25-13.25; sows- 400 Ibs down 15.25; mostly 16.00 down: heavier sows 13.25-15.00; stags 11.50-13.50; boart 9.00-11.00. Cattle 5,000;"calves 500; trading slow on steers; few early sales high commercial and choice steady at 30.50-34.50; odd lots lightweight good arid choice butcher yearlings steady at 29.00-33,00; cows rlraggy, initiatl sales steady; 'utility ' and commercial cows 21.00-23.00; canners and cutters 17.00-20.50; bulls unchanged; utility and commercial 23.00-26.75; cutter bulls 20.00- I 22.00; yealcrs steady; limited number prime.sorted offering's 41.00; good and choice mostly 33.0039.00; utility and commercial 23.00-30.00. Sheep 2.000; trading slow; few pood to prime wooled lambs 27.5028.00 to shippers; about steady, quality considered; no early sales on packer accounts. in Denmark. Looking skyward, Nielsen drove over a bank and the car went down into 25 to 30 feet of water with the family .Inside. MAD ANIMALS REf^OVED PROMPTLY Quick Sanitary ttrvlM Fuy«rt*villt Rindlring Service · oil Ui oiixt H*. 1111 . KMP Your P*riR - - - - inllirr CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phont Collect «H ·A-faritteTHfeirMkUMi ,, Joplin Rtndtrini Co. We are Lookinc for This Lat · HE'S on alert teen-ager who is ea'gsr to make the most of his spare time--us» il to earn extra money, learn modem business methods, gain valuable experience, add to his savings fund, and step ahead ol less ambitious lads! He can do all this simply by deyolmg an hour or so each day to the pleasant and profitable activity ol running a newspaper route, in his'own locality. He will go inlp business lor himsell, but be aided by a friendly advisor who will show him how to make his newspaper route pay and grow. He M«y Be Yoiir Oicn Son/ II thh unlqu» opportunity lor a boy lo tatn, learn, and savt . . . In hl« ipa" (lm« . . . ap- peali lo your own son, iugg«»t lhal ht apply to our Circulation Dsparlmonl lor lh»'n«xl «ull- oblt roulo oponlna. YOU will h« find you did, and Hn will ·»)·» otlnj a luccetilul n«wipap»r boy. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES German Area In Path Of Noisy Earthquake IjUriwig.shafen, Gcrmany-(/P)-A window-shattering earthquake las, night struck terror Into thousands who feared the tremor was a second explosion in the Badfeche Chemical Works. But officials at the plant said'there was no blowup this time. People were still jittery over a 1948 blast at the plant which killed 207. American Military Police nt Mannheim, just across the Rhine, said, the quata hit there with a ' loud roar, breaking 'windows. Frankfurt 50 miles lo the north, and Stuttgart, 120 miles to the southeast, also felt the tremor. Tail-less Helicopters New Submarine Hunters \ Morton, Pa.-(/P)-The tail-less HUP-2 helicopter, with which the Navy hopes to replace th - destroyer in 'submarine detection duty, is on its way to work. Tiie Piasecki Helicopter Corporation announced the start of deliveries of the second version of the HUTMypc helicopter. HUP-2 eliminates the tail of the'-lIUP-l and gains stability thronugh. use of an auto-pilot. The autopilot completely stabilizes the machine BO the pilot may fly with a minimum effort and fatigue. Several hundred of these compact, all-metal helicopters are being built. Eventually, the Navy plans to have fleets of helicopters to screen convoys and to release destroyers and other vessels for other duties. Demolition Team Fires Mine Near Laguna Beach Laguna Beach, Calif. - (/P) - A magnetic mine was detonated yesterday by a. demolition team, who said the m i n e drifted thousands of miles across the. Pacific after it had.-been planted in enemy .raters seven years · ago. A f^amp Pendleton team sel off the mine containing 300 pounds of TNT. p It was discovered on the At Least Nine Cities In Stile Have Snow LiUlc Hock-(A")-At leaf I nine ' «ni« per'worST'SSinTmiim'order'«c cities in Arkansas 'reported snow I uki°n"!jjg.' #.' f"«ph' 0nn f avone - n01 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D A D S Rolf, 3 rtnli per word tingle In. icrtlon Three consecutive Inlertlnni NOTICES WAHNING" onoin In Tht Chancery Ourl 01 WaihiniHn Caunly, ArHanui Monday as the entire state clrdcd j itself for a cold front moving from the Dakolas. . ·The U.S. Weather " Bureau at Little Rock reported it was snow- U-ecpom c. ing al Fiivcttcvillc, Paragnulri, K .i,,,,, ,,. «,,, ocion,i.,,i Evening Shfttic, · .oimUiin View, The peicncliml K a t h r y n B- SHIP Is Black Rock, Calico Itock, Gilbert .h',"? 1 ' 11 .,'" *»*" " thu court wnhm Marshall and Colter. The Weather : | S' rl | 1 n Bd "affl?t." 1 m' C th!, h '.TM« l ""«"! Bureau said, however, the snow ' "'JjH was meltinc as it fell. i _ " " " shore by .a called police. beachcomber, who $70 A Day Minimum Wage Wins Agreement Holly wood-(/P) j A movie actor cams'? Tninimum of $70 a day under a new union shop contract between the Screen Actors Guild and the Motion Picture Producers Association. s Terms of the agreement, which runs to June 1, 1958, with reopening dates in 1954 and 1956 for bargaining on wages and working :onditions, were announced yes- j lerday. Finds Answer To Question Phlladclphia-mR-ichiird Bru- ader was gelling homo in Ihe wee hours of Ihe morning. In front bf his house he noticed his brother's' car. Sitlins in the driver's seat was an unfamiliar figure. "What arc you doing in that car?"-he aKkcri, "Just waiting for somebody like you to come along. Hand it over," was'the anSU'er. He told police the man took his wallet containing 510 and a. wrisU watch before r u n n i n g o f f . Good Response , To ' Banning, Calif.-{/Pj-Mls;! 'June Hedgpath, manager of a grill here, heard the Marines in Korea wanted letters. She wrote four of them. During the correspondence she offered to give them a homecoming party when their outfit returns next month. So far, Miss Hcdgpalh reports, she has received nearly 100 letters accepting her invitation. "I'm going to give that pnrly, somehow," she says. "The boys'expect it." Western Union Declines Pay Demands Of Union New York-yPj-The. Western Union Telegraph Company today told more than 30,000 nf iU em- ployes, member; of the mcrcial Telegraphers Union that it cannot meet their contract demands.'The CTU is..seeking a pay increase and other benefits. CHARGES WASTE-CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE ter." He asserted, however, t h a t he has the conviction the public will demand bolter. He paid tribute lo the 1 last .session of the legislature, snyint; "it showed great strength of chur- ac(cr which it must pass on lo the public." ·He told of the appearance on the witness stand at recenj. H A C sessions in Little Rock of representatives from Virginia ond Texas highway departments, and of their testimony as to how their system operates. ( !Thc people of Virginia and Texas long ago determined thai their Highway Department would not bft political footballs," he said-. Both men testified there is v i r t u a l l y no t u r n over in personnel when the governors are. changed in those two states, " he reported. Public 'Responsibility "The p,ublic must make up its mind whether it has the will which will bring about a cleanup," he declared. ""The public must shoulder' the responsibility for a cleanup, in the election of justices of the peace on up through the I governorship." | "If you "want a road whether il | is to Ihe best interest of I h e ' slate as a whole or not, and insist ippn lhat road being built, you ire asking for dishonest slate of- icials," he told Ihe group, -"and that's what you will have. A con- slant and alert e f f o r t is necessary 'or honest government. The public must be sufficiently indignant aroused over dishonesty and immorality. Only then will officials be ashamed of dishonest administration." He said "I feel a stirring of the people through a national seeking of a return to honesty," and said 'that feeling should be guided by a feeling of obligation lo the generations to come." · my hand umi ncnl of ihti Vih dny oi February, ]U5i I Court ihi; I MEAL) Richard B. Grcrr Chancery Clerk II-IH-2S March JUc WARNING OMDCtt In Tht Chanctry Caurt Of Wathln|ton Cvunty, ArkiniM Kdwnra A. H. Miinmiui PlaintlM VI. Gladys Laundn Marshall Defendant The Detcndnnt Glariyi I-aurain Mnr- fthitll lo warned lo appear in ihii Court w i t h i n ihirty day* and answer ihe complaint of ihe PlnlnlH! In the nbnvo entitled cauie. » / i t ness my hand and leal of thin Cnui . thii 2nd day nf February, 195:;. (SEAL) Klchard B. Grecr Chancery CicrK _ 4-1I-1S-2S c NOTICS~ "" "~ In Tht Pr«b»U CMirl Of Washington County, ArkaittM In Tim M finer Ql The fcileto 01. ilarry W. Sanforri, Deceased. No. 1046-A. Lag) known nddrcm of. decedent: inii E. Spring Si., i-ftycttevllle Arkansas. Date of death: February I.-19. A n instrument dated May 1. !!)*·. was oii ihe iS'tis -lny ol February, J!)."iJ, admitted ID prohiilo ni Die lant will . of Ihe above named decedent, and the I undersigned has been appointed executrix thereunder. A conic), t of the j probate of the will can be effected ( o n l y by f i l i n g a p e t i t i o n within the lime provided by law. All persons ha v inn claim* against (he estate muiiL exhibit ihern. duly verified, lo Ihe undersigned within FIX month* from I lie date of the flnt publication of this notice, or Jhey shall be forever barred nnd precluded from nnv benefit In the cllate. This not'ce f l n t published thii i K t h day of February. JB62. HAZEL E. SANFORD, Executrix 1,'U .1C. Spring Street. Fayetlevillc, Arkanini. ' 18-2-S-c FOR SA1.K--HOME NEKDS (FOR RENT-two rluh chair* |79 M. S l u m p ! F u r n i t u r e Ci. 60J W. Dlckion,. 'uRKi"ruhNitune* BARGAINS H-buMt lounge chair, ntvf up- holtlrrlne 12C M e t a l brd. ipring, new rot urn n(j i DOWNSTAIRS /unilihert 3 mom apart- merit w i t h hath. 613 .North Coficgr, Phone JMT. Cocklall lahiP, walntil f t n U h MahoBBny ladder buck chair Ki;tra nice walnut panel bffl Erd tiiblr Stump F u r n t l u r r Co. C03 W. I WE HAVE GLAMORENE the New Rug Cleaner LEWI^BRpS,CO.,lnc. M A H O G A N Y hrdroom unite, v a n i t y w i t h .«winfiln* mirror. 4*itrnwrr chesr, nlrrly ilyled hrd nud h r n r h . Flr«u- I n r l y prlcrrt $200..'ill. special JIS9 Sfl Slump F u r n i t u r e Co., fiO.1 Writ Dick- J 2 HOOM turtxiihcd ipartment modern ! with e!*ctrlf: r e f r f j r e r n t o r »nd w»ih- 110 M l ; rr private G u r d f n If wanted Cou..,. ; nie only. Wshwsy ifi \vn. (30.00. I 1 ],* 1 " bHI«_p.ild. fhonr I7UI. t i?; ' NICK~|jirji*~ bedroom f.ininM«"m»n tlT-'n ' " r »tudrnt. 117 Km I Lafayette Phone t j'9.1 i _J* 0flW ,, S 4 03 | 2 ROOM reidy f u r n l n h r d apartment. ckjinn I 101 South Duncan. __ _ l" ilOOM 'unfurnlihrdTM ftciuxr back porch unrl tiath. t.'nmplotrly mod/rn 4 ROOM aparinieiU, new 7nnnrn Mir In I Hi.' linoleum, c-iruii- ft unlrt loulh on 71, U n f u r n i s h e d , 110 CO noiUb Call 21?1W. FIILLKR RRIISIIKS I DEBUTANTE COSMETICS i Hnyri_MIIJa ,120 Llniiell Phone BENDIX ONE NE ilre^lnK roi _Pllonn 402J, 3 i.bbM"rurnliihrci bath. Hills paid 10 REAL BUYS, AT . 3? WHITFIELD'S: I 1942 O I d « 76 Club Sedan. Hydromatic drive. Radio and. hualar $343 1941 O l d , 74 Sedan. Radio, . heater; good tlrei. Reconditioned engine . . . $ 2 9 5 19X1 Ford 2-door . .. ! . . J 2 9 5 VniriirirnL nrlvnii-| 191/$tud«baker Coupe. .$195 rnone via. i o j n . c.:j ^ j -- . .« n ,r. pnvn hMh 2 Ort .1 room l u r n U h r H ' OI.D Mother Hnhhard known whnl to do willi n few more children nt the Veteran'! Vlllnjc Nuntr)'. Call l«35 . or 201511 I" PERSONAL NOTICE DON'T forget to eel your SJtH Green stomps nt Castling nnd Husiell KSM Service Station. 0 mllci North, high- INSTRUCTION COMPLETE J-oui ..... In iparc limn. Tcxti furnlnhcil. Dl- nlomn. No clnnSL.it. Send Tor 47 DHKO booklet and lamp)* Icason free Am rlran School, wrlle P. O. Box TRANSPORTATION OFFEIIED LEAVING f oT^Los " AWfle"l7iT~Fcb7 u~n r y 27. Cnn tnkc 2 share expense pas- ^cngwi^TIwiicJiVMt Fork 25F.12. HELP WANTED-- MALE non, lurnlahcH ap,r!i,,,n, i ' " -- Forcl ^OOr $595 or«ily._SMH(l phonr OT7W. | 1 939 Olds Sudan . . . . J29S \i. 0 rVmrn 1 'TJ l l yi^ o r '" u n ' u r n l l h * l jl937 Pon.iac 2-door . . . . S J 4 S .1 ilOOM fuini3h"rd" npnrtnieni "*nmr M 937 O!d» 2-door SU5- ffi^nSj" Cl TM Kri ' r ' m ' nlc h * t h j 1 9 3 5 Olds 2-door $225; no6Msr"i24"Nnfth"~Coilese.* r h o h e i '942 Ford Pickup $195- O^'-.TrTri^i-brdVoom-n-prl^.-J WE W I L L TR ^T YOU ..: . Two htfti-k* from »jn.irf W i l l ' R I G H T rrrit to middle *KK man or woman nrmnw- .a. n . ± .*· .Ml'V.J. 11 "'" 11 ' rrfcrcmtc. Plmne so.w BErORE AND AFTER a p u r t noil.l rtment, 9S South Duncan, I'hbn* K\V 2 bcriToonrhoiwe." VbiorkV"frnrn the t j n l v r r t l t y Phone 2455 hrtw^-en H_ann_S nr JOMW a t l c r 5. ROOM" FOR"" GF.NTLKM AN -CLOSE rN l'ltpNK_3SSW. i UNIVEHSITY 'APAR'TMKNTSr'Viie !«-(lrnum. i m f t i r nishftfl JJ7 ."tO. l u r n d mf.O hilli pnlrl. H i- n d i. X rtr.v_ flvnilabli- Phonn 2. : (HtiH ' ! P A R K V I E W "APARTMENTS." one ncd- .'nom unf urnlshcfl $:*n no. (urntshcrt jes fHl; two bedroom u n f t i r n i n h e d S 00 Kcnttlx Inuitdry HVHllahln e JM WHITFIELD MOTOR CO. 13 North East St. ' Phont 3180 RF.IJABLE nmn with cnr wanted to call on fanners In Wiislilnglon County. W o n d e r f u l o p p o r t u n i t y . SIEI to Sl!i) in a day. No experience or cnp- i t n l required. Permanent, W r i t e to- ciny. McNKSS COMPANY, Dcpl. A, JFrunport. III. YOUNG men wantyd" to net ready lo accept positions in d r a f t i n g , acconnl- infi, olcctricily and dit^cl ciiKlnrer- Infi. We leach you al home In spare time and help plare you. American School. Wrlto P. O. Box 320 Fny- e It c v i 11 ^^ - __ - __^____ j __ i ^ - ^ HELP WANTEp--FEMALE WANTED! A V O N REPREIJISNTA""- TIVES. Good earning opportunily for Hmbllloufl Women with tp.nre lime. For delails, call Minn- Garner at the Washington Hole), Thur.tday. Fcbruory 2fi. __ DfTiViONSTRATOnsT" S c h o"o'ircHchPn Housewives. Make SH.OO hourly SomethinK newl Our style showing! lovely Linger!.?, Hosiery. App.-trc! «re (he sensation nf party plan. Benuliru' fialei o u t f i t Free. Berline Fanhions, 4J4S-FI LnxsTencfi. I1EL iniilex cross wilb Nlckoh Hamp pullorum clean US Approved. 2(1' rasrs weekly. K\ r .' f hntchabillty. Hose_ b_erry IjiUphpry.^Liberal Kansnn, TWO fi can Wilson milk coolrm. Good an new. Inrttilre Van Tries Really Co.. HrcntwnnrJ, Ark. ^ __ _ __ EAli|N*h{oney at home. Fuji paFMlmc Wrlt-j Box K-26. TpTlmcs. SALKSMF.N WANTED Pilot Of Strotocruiser Collapses At Controls HonoluHi-OT-The pilot o f - ,a Jniled Airlines stratocruiser col- apsed at the controls and died .wo hours after the plane left Honolulu for Los Angeles -last night. The first officer flew the plane back to Honolulu without mishap. The 43 passengers didn't learn the pilot was dead -.-.mil they were safely on the ground. Capt. I., 0. Brown, 46, Los Angeles, apparently suffered a heart attack. Jimmy Duronte Mokes Fishing.Boats Search For'Two'Off Florida Cedar Key, Fla.-(/I'|-A small fleet of fishing boats continue^ to search in the G u l f - o f . Mexico late Sunday for two men who went out to help look for Mrs. A n n i e Simpi son, rescued earlier a f t e r she ha/1 spent two nights on her runaway houseboat. The rescuers lowed Mrs. Simp- son'i houseboat buck lo its mooring near Demory H i l l and thrn wonl hack into the G u l f of Mexico lo h u n t Oscar Otllund and Muddy Heath. Odlund and Hr-alh were last seen when they left hi-re Sal- unlay. Flag Hailing Remembered .... . ^. . |. A/ . / t i ,, / f * « a noising i.ernomDerca This Years Whos Who j iwo jima.(/i)A-obut 100 u.s. | airmen, nnd Coa^t Guardsmen Chicago- (J 1 ) -.T.mmy D u r n n t c , ! stood in a cold rain on Iwo .Hina who has been performing in clubs Saturday and marked the seventh and on stage, screen nnd air lane* anniversary of the famed flag, raising atop Mr. Sunbaeh!,-. Three r i f l r volleys *wero fired two btiRlcrs blew "To ihe Colors" and "Taps" as a w h t t o c;irnntinn wrcftth was placed on K u r f b a c h i Monument, Non*Communltti Welcome Tnlpch, Fonnosa-^-Nntionalist Korcifin Miniver George Yrh said today non-Communist Chinese .soldiers captured by U.N. force* ,hcsc many years, hns been oonkcrl Into a new spot. He's in "Who's Who." · Old Schnozr.oln, at S9, mndc Ihe reference bonk for the first lime. So did Dean M a r t i n , Jerry [.ewis, Sid Cncsnr nnd Imogone Nl«hl FliMen riannri noir hero. «r« genuinely nnll-Communisl. SALESMAN WANTED 1 For general sales work on retail floor _LEWI5JIROS. C0._ MONEY jft_LOAN ____ __ FHA'HOME" LOANS Low interest, long terms UTLEY AND COMPANY, INC. _ . . _ YEU.OW Jersey cow. hfcd tn~H(Trc- _ford FrrBln-n jVliiy.^Phonc 58WI. i H A V E plt-nl^v of Coo"d hred Wcslrrn «u-os to lamh In March and April. M. G. Polk Llvculork Co.. Cawvlllo Missouri, phone 25DW1. FOR SALB-- AUTOMOTIVE rpRL pickup. Phone 1696JI. PACKARD-WILLYS Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN; MOTOR CO Phone 666. 208 West Block KIJ Jcriiry hull 2 yenrs old. I la mllei west of Farmln|[ton. W. D. _\ViU. MODKRN walnut (ttid.v dcak. allo *ax- nphone, Simmons bed and Innrr- · prlnfi multrcH, white «ho« roller ·halm, 9x12 wool ru«. Phone _2««V.__ LUMBER for broiler home*, W. S _Pn«chaj. Route 7. HAY. Extra cnod quality, R. LrCombS KEYSTONE QUALITY FRESH BULK GARDEN SEED. LEWIS BROS. CO. GOOD «as hcnlpn. fl.no. lour .liurnrr ca« rnngc. «I5.M. flnor llnnlrum, yl.r»!l. Betty hurry. PJinnp 1228J. DON noK£n. piar.r, "limrr; r t o i H p ' 5 . jilKinc 2J«W. INDIViDUAl. t'icninn IHX «orvtce nca- ROCK~and BLOCK WORK. D r l v r w n y srnvil tup noil. Kori~Kftrdfln ninwln* rail H70W1.' B Holland. DO Ironlnff in my~ home. 22t~~Norih Church. INCOME tax «cn'Tcir~Phone nnynioml _ror«i!. 1573. KxcTfvAfiNG -- nULlTDOZiNO -- '·ONDS - noAns - a.EAniNO OLIN K A n N E S AND KI.MS WII,SOS SI62W _2(II!U HARRY H7CREMER " SIGNS Hniilr I Bo» I I I . _ Wlnilnw FOR Voun' ROOFINO MKEDS """ Cnll II. L Slcwart n n o f l n f Conlrnrlor Alan, AshfKtos Sldlnx. Hnrflf rcpairg. Phour 10HJ T W . H I L l ELECTRIC CO. Quolity Initalltn ·PUMPS ·POWER Phont 14, Weil Fork "TxavAliNlT" B U L L D O Z I N G J GraVtl, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T 0 N * yi onc __?l 9 24 HOUR SERVICE~Oh! Hemititching, Pjcoling. Covered Buttons, Button Holes, Tailored Belli and Buckles. '., ',,.,,,_ Special Attention given ^a'l Orders. Satisfaction or Money Bock, . ' SINGER SEW!NG MACHIME CO IB S.E. St., Fnycttevlllf WOOD 'inEI'LACE or ilove wood drlivered _ . _ ONK ftk tire "6:70x15" $18. SO." Kcro- Bc-nc, JOc per gallon In 53 KfllJori Jota. Phonc_3G3R. _ PItfCE plBHlic" ]MnV"roWi»he, ilmk, 12x14 linoleiiin. 3 piece bedroom sul IP. wnlnui rhcst of drawers. Imd sprinRS. Ap»rtmcnl a, Build- Inc 20. TrrryJ/lllJiRr.___ _ 30. GALLON hot 'walcr Unk~Vnd vide new M«yl»it KQI range. 1200. Brush KRW, $]DD. NEWMN REALTY WANTFI) TO BUV GOOD used iawn mower. Phone 3SOJ ar ' c !L- fi f'_ '"·_ ACREAGK in Nor ;h west ArftVri»n* which will -handle about f i f t y htnd of cattle and Iced for winter. Give f u l l nnrtkulAm n* to improvement*, conditions of land, fence*, water and location, pricei and trrmi. Also dl* rectl'inx to find place. Write to; Lonnif Snow, fi3i9 CJrajicvino HlRh- _way,_Ji'or* Worth. TCXHB. CKKA'N i-Vtlon' rns,' 12c iKund7"Whit- (lrlrJ_M/.tor_Co. _ KBKU trneii" Sqiltrfr; ""firnV" na«~"Co', CiTcrnland.. Arknrmai. I-ORT A N D FOUND LOST. LlEht 8rey"Perirnn 2.148W. ·nt- Phone LOST, hlni:k'nnd white Cockrr Span- Phone i revcrai Roy Guinn. f cnr kpy«. may have anine by idcniny- n f f l c r . ^ R TRADE DAC Casr Irflctnr'. ~I347 VnodPl. Cfini- y letcly overhauled. Cultivator, new fom mowtr, rnrn nl/uitcr. $fi7S.OO. Will sell in-paraicly. I l . - M PetcrMn. 2nfi4. Prnlrle Grove. ' K W) rli'ih'cniihr. 1D41 llulck converilble, igti Chrvrolet pickup. II. M. Pete men, 2064, Prulrle (Irovp. NKW and "utrd "iilTfe"" delivery " rake* nnd mou-erii in Koori u.icd plnntrm. II. M. Pfrtcr«en, 20C4, P r a i r I o Grovr. ___ ^^ . ' »)0(!S-CATS-!'ET« hfXiiiif KIIEIJ "crirkrr ininliriiiinplM. ^ phone M7J2. W A N T TO RENT ONK r n n m ' (iitnllh«d ipMIIMt. C«]| m or :o?«w. KOH rood quality' "oaVrioorlnr «e _»e,^Ih Mardwopd Co. Phono 'ffiJi. % 120.00 "(i 1 BSbN~(( ill t"irr^Q.00. ~Ta'nn-i- hill, second hou«e we»f Means Gro- "AT:MOST""NBW sp"iNBf"~piANoTM BUYKR c-«n have for baUnce duo Kn«y Icnni to reiponiible party. ^ o r full I n f o r m a t i o n call or Wrlto Credit Department RODMAN PIANO COMPANY Ifith and Flonton KS^6~nnd~K(um~R7^iinil~ii iecTiii'" 1 re. duc«d pricei. If you wiint the*e prices conllnurd. show me. Tell your frlendn. .Inhnion PU»O S*rvlc«. Hllfh- way 7! North. LS. phone^STW," Piano--'Rebuilt--Str*»mlln"«d A VKRY fine (nitlriiment at i /air price. No monitroilllei. MM South Jirhool. 3057J. RKSTAI/R'ANT ff"xi7i7e7TMiiion i cJTrrr- pui Grill. IT Wftat Dlchaon · FDEAL MAtiRESsca- Wt me-tt or beot any competition 401 WEST DICKSCN " AINBOW TR"6UT lold d»TIy.~Phone Springdale 3201. Ozark Trout Kurrn Near Jfihnton. brief cases, H-4 bugs', O'nlle one*' t o i l e t kill. etc. A rnmplclp Hi 2 BEDROOM VouieT'aTS'North' Waln'uT _* R ?.°l!'_ p ! lr "'c 222J. FOUR room AnArimenDi'j block* "off square. Suitable for o f f l r e mile, very ".ficii\ for office nnd homo for umail family. T H R K E room modern apartment, u t i l i ties paid. $40 monthly, u n f u r n i s h e d . TWO room n.nrirrn a p a r t m e n t , u n f u r n - tBhert. SU7..V) montnly. KUnNIHHKIJ f f f l c l r n r y M p N r t m e n t , S-Xi monthly. Hummimd Realty Co Phone 7X1 O'NI'URNiflftKD .1*rnom'npnrtment P,i blocki frnin t h e sqiiarp. 1'hone i'filJ. AVAIl.Ahl.If'March flncr'NIca ' f u r n . l«hftd efficiency apurlment for J. dock wood Apartment*. Phone 23'J OKSTAtRS 7urnf»h«d " j ' r o f t m *pnrt- mcnl with KlNinril In pon-li and bnth. fil.'p North Cnllrnc, P h o n t 3?:.7. J"'lO6M'ana[lmVril":.n Went Mrtunlaln fjtrfr-t Phnni. 217M U N K U H N i n i i r u * p . r i m e n l . " A d u M i , P..KNTY OF ROOM 1 .' li'i «rTO"in^ Unrf. .1 hfdroom home, very well h u i i t . nlrciy (inlihrd all hardwood llicr.«. v r n r t l a n ihnrlei. lots oi rinn'1,1 and hulltfna. A nativt rock hnmp in prrfect conrflllrin. 2 c»r j R r f l f f . nrniill lurn. chicken house, lit* nf n A f t v * Rhade, iprini and two wells CEHTAINLY A GRAND HOME AND A SMALL FARM. Hiht -.p r'.nnc to Fayrtteville. A p*act you rnn have ln-Uw, (rfendx. rtdini; hnrica, slock, a chicken set-up and- have plenty of room: A 110000 ban' etui he aniumfd. In t h e . distant f u l u r c , when many of the rayettt-;* vllle htirnf" XTR rott*d down, -frilr will hp » solid homr. A PROPEJITY/; 1 A N Y O N E CAN BE PROUD TO OWX,t; MI.LIN'G K'rvnQN. A DVyjjy t-!Tt . TLF, HOME. A NEARLY NEW -IIROILEP MOUSB. 5.000 capacity, K-i- ratte, on* acre nicely landicaped \HM\, cloie tn Fayrttiyillt on · 71 highway Now rentfrt, own*r ha? nthrr buiinnM. Prrnrnt rent .will.pay ft out in rea«onahly ihort llm«. If von npemte it. It ihitild pay around s:.mi a month.. THIS IS A BEAU ni/Y AT X12.HM. Thif property lo. cntcd m it is will he warl*i mor* ,nd more each yen', NEWLIN REALTY,., _ WF.ST rORK. ARK r - ; , """Washington School District NKW two bedroom homt w i t h ' 1200 ^f)UHr« fot a! floor inact. Hard 'Icorii, plastered w»M», and f air central heating syitem..AH* eitrtfte tare* level lot. Largt lnnn available. CRAVENS Excavating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Ra.kfj"- 1 Ponds - Roads - Clearing H. H. JONES. Contractor 212 Vtrcinla Avc., Fiox H3 U Sta. _ Phone HUB. FaycUcvllle LE"wis~MAffRESS~c67 ppiiovntcrJ. rebuilt. One ()«y nervlct* Phunr "774 Wtthwny_J\ ·""ih^Jl.'j ni:.ct. LANDSCAPING Matcrialu nnd BTvicc C, B - W ' M « r w , 24BJJ. " FOOTINGS--w n t ft r, jcns and icwer dltchn. icpile tank holei Digging and back rilling. Call 2SZ« Bryc Dnvla · ^ LnndBcape ?atthiaTe~. uJ reie Z Phone bi-J-l FOR SAI.F.--REAL ESTATE COUNTRY HOME WITH all i-iiy ironvcnk-ntei. Thl» Tl''j rcrc» li best we have had lo offer or » long lunit time. Iniprovemfnti crtni|sl ni jnodern 2 bedroom hunita- low. xmoke house, bsrn. anrt hog prn. The home i* Insulated. ha» = i t v water, natural gnu. rine kitchen Ijullllnfl Btiri plenty nf good rnomy "lo»at*. Knllr*; tract is well fencM. \ ou may have immcdinle posntfision. INVESTMENT PROPERTY TWO bedroom home only 4 or S yrnrt nM. Well located in S. W. Fnyptie- vlllf Tienr new nchooln. It win always rent readily. Let ui shtiw you. Phone 781. HAMMOND BFAITY CO Eve. Phonn H. D. H n m n m n d 1372 J. A. Jarvis 139PW Phone IM If E»t C«Bl«f" " E X T R A SPECIAL! II. W Washington School dlitrlct--t h f » j lo%-ely home « room*, bath. i«rv(c*» ·wrch. sun porch; full basement. wl?X, rar«Kc .laundry fnellltie*. and iptct* f^nr »trmII apartment; large iptcial . l.vnc jiuiornnllc gac furnncivwitn nlr-cnnrlltlolilnf u n i t : Insulated. Cruimhcrlaliv w»ather atrip, I choice lotfi; |h« bcit in construction «nd architecture, alm»»t UKf new. UNTIL M A R C H 1.V-for a1mo*t HALF VALUE. You can'l beat thii offering. . N E A R new High School--5 room hung-n l " w j ens heat, excellent comHruc- .lion, CAoicc location: lot 50 by 200, 55 Don. Phone for detail*. Hi) ACRE farm several ml|t» oul, not far (com. pavrmfnt; modern.* room _bjjni,ajiuy butane itat, barri, brnmler hntnm, flno water, kprinr orehArd. timber. SPECIALLY PRICED, or will rnn«idrr exchange clly property. J. D. EAGLE, Realtor .z Phona Z.1I * NE\Y LISTING . ·' A N D whH* a valut-- «lx roonti with' . two herirnnim atltt pllyronm I2xl4 v nlcoly hnlBhrd with Hardwood floor*. liH.IMcd, carnpltte .hath. Utility room hulltfni and many mor* Ilk-able foalurii, larjte lot In norlhf*«f ccllon, and priced leu Ihun I10.0W.-.' L«t til ahow you. Wade Fincher ftp.il K*tn*e and Iniurpnc* ,, Arn^dg Blrig--Phone MH - ' N^^^»neT"n7c"e 2 bedroom modern hou*. located near Unlverilty.-- ·Vlcc J8.5RO * ONK of the best for It* lire and price. 156 acre*, most all open and layi level, 2 sets improvement*, t mllei out, m«U. and ichool bui routes- MOORE REALTY ; Over Rrd Crota Drug . ,: .· J Phonv l05ft-2iH2--2J14-W · ; . Who's Who For Service Consult You' Classified Service Directory ~ '' " BABV .sirnNO CARF: l(ir chilijrm 1111 g hry' . f i ' - M t ·* v BBAUTY SHOP iv tinrnr Mn I I 7 I . I ALICE .S B E A U T Y SHOP Now up lown. 7 ' j K M o u n t a i n SL A l l r o _ anrt Mnnlni_ I'hone «;o coLVAnb-sTneAUTY SHOP M« W Mnadinv-I'hnni 30«J Mnch t l M - i i p Col.l ».av« U up sfAi-ealiiAuvi inioF Klorenea 8Upl«top I W Dlrkaoii . HhoM · CKIflT'S bEAlTl'Y SHOP RlIJABl.I WORK Block l-hona T3( HAIU.INr. [)ay »r nifHt Cnll (tl(;tiri H«y Krcit MTU. HA.VI) AND ROAU AND D R I V E W A Y G R A V E L . - ALSO TOP SOIL Phone 1BHJ nnd 30SJ _ _ _ miN-Tlf.T vrni'i'liVhiihifi a'nrt aliTml- nurn winrlnw trrpMU an' 1 awnlnit frfu c M l m a t r a Ciah« Cooper, 441 Koulll Uruit, I'hone KH. AS YOU LIKE-IT;,-^ TIMS modern ranch ityli housi will appeal lo comfort-lovlnf - (olkC, There's iin inx'itfng living room tin- l«hed in *oftly glowing kno'b 1 pint," A room that tempt* you to relair and be lazy. .A kitchen, that ife- hundsomr. compact and well *fi.' ranxerl. Clean fmtdc and out. A g**' race and workshop that has eye*.* appeal. An attractive yard for your outdoor living room. .Ont acre of land in an excellent reildtntUl district north of UnlVenity on well *lri Univcriity Farm Road. Newlln- Powelt rign tn yard. S6.500. Tarmi. NEWLIN-POWELL REALTY U S 71 South Dla. fit TAL! Of Sample Dressts All itces 2-10 School dreiiei ani: Rheert. Also cotton matRrlali it coit*. P Y P E R CO, '·.;' Wrkt Olfkwn PhoneSSM '" AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE CO... A Belter Placi !o Bur I I N) Block DEALER Ph. 131 i/- Hu9h -j r r Kmcaid O Co. · Automotive · Health and Accident v · Polio ·Liabilitv^ · WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION' · Plate Gloss ·Burglary- I N S U R A N C E Aolomobll* - liability Fir* - Exttndtd Covtrgg* folio - Plot* Glatt WADIHNCHM »fcod« ||dj. r^nt Sell rulfr Al A BtNtr Nimt The Hr»41* Y«fr A4.

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