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NMTHWKT AMANUI TIMM, Nytttev**. Altai** fcrhmter, Mw* 1, MM Body Of Young Mother Found In Trunk; Death Cause Unknown Greenwich, Conn. -UP)- Mysteryl' ihrcmds the cause'of death of a pretty 16-year-old mother, whose body was found yesterday stuffed into an old trunk and dumped on j a fashionable estate herd The young white woman, mother of a ]6-month-old daughter, was identified early-today ns Mrs. Jeanne Barbara Scott by her estranged husband, Gerald Scott, 20,- a Negro,., of Milwaukee, *"li. Scott made the identification from a photograph- transmitted, by wire. Milwaukee police are question-, ing-an unidentified . who.'reportedly, left that city with Mrs. Scott,.who disappeared from her home there on' January 18. At ah. autopsy, yesterday, police found' no evidence of external violence or disease as. a cause of death: She had been dead two or three days, a police report said. Whether gas, sleeping pills or poison killed Tlrs. Scott won't be determined until after a lexicol- ogical examination of body fluids. Such an examination u s u a l l y takes two or three days. The trunk was discovered by ' a gardener on the estate of Dr. James C. Greeriway. Mrs. Scott's body, fully clothed, had been jammed into the battered trunk with her knees doubled up under the chin. The trunk was just in. side a four-foot wall of that part o f . e s t a t e bordering on a comparatively busy street. Mrs. Scott was separated from her husband last April. ' KM. up with the ilmes--re»d the TIMES fliilf. Rogers Women Pilots Vote To Disband Club Kogers-(Special)-The Rogers unit of the Women's National Aeronautics Association has voted to disband as a result of the clos- of the Rogers A i r , irt. donned chef:' hits night and prepared a pot luck supper 'nr the women. The dinner was held at 7:30 and the men served the women every thing from fried chicken to home-made ice cream. · . · Charged Obituary William larl Dean Rogcr:.-(Special)- William Earl Dean, 68, r e t i r e d farmer, died Thursday at Us home near Rogers after a long illness. He was s native of Benton County. Surviving arc his wife. Mrs. Formal action to disband the ! Jewell Dean; four sons, Chester, organization came at a meeting ! Billy Gone and Bobby Joe, all of Wednesday night, Miss ' Doris ! Rogers, and Donald with the Air Larimore, publicity director, has Force at Moible; four daughters, V 2 GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Bret: locker Plant . AUTO WORK by reliablt michanici. All work GUARANTEED. ' BROUGHER and ROBB Whittley'f G«r«e, back el Whllrliv'i Ser«Ie naif* Phtoe IK7 announced. She 1 said that with the closing of the Rogers field a reason for the group ceased to exist. During the four years of its existence the local unit was 'ac- iiva 'in aviation affairs, sp'nsor- .ng a troop of wing scouts and providing hostesses for Ozark Aviation Day, an annual event at the now defunct .Rogers Airport. Mrs. Donald McGregor, who was president of the. chapter, is a national vice president of the association. Mrs. Bertha Hendrix of Arbuckle, Calif., Mrs. Gle« Williams. and Mrs. Dellahoma Guyll, both of Rogers, and Mrs.. Lou Kim'mett of San Diego, Calif., and' · three sisters. Funeral arrangement; u n d e r the direction of the Calllson- Porter Funeral Home a:v incomplete. John Raymond Laughlin . Funeral service for John Ray- Springdale The Caudle Avenue Baptist Church has installed a public address system in the auditorium by which the -worship .service is carried to the nursery and other departments of the church building. . . ' The home of-Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eskridge . w h o live about .two miles'north of the Oak Grove community, was destroyed by fire about 1:30 Thursday afternoon. No one was at home at the time. Eskridge is an employe of the Welch Grape Juice Company-in Springdale. The couple could use food, RKGISTEtlCD Bllrk An(:» hull, year* old. Phone 134 or 7I. WANTED TO BUT Bcntonvillc-(Spccial)-L. S. Holland, a partner In the Arkansas Poultry' Corporation, Gentry, has been arrested on a charge of overdraft. He was roioasecl after his arrest Thursday on u $1,000 bond. .Paul O'Noal o[ Healing Springs, another partner in the firm, wns arrested several weeks aso on a similar charge. The two partners iilfo lav.e six civil suits pending ugi-lnst ilitm anl [he company. In addition Holland individually is named drfondant in a seventh suit. The fttitt* total in excess of $15,- nuo. MANACIR WANTID * AN OK WOMAN REFILLING find collectlnl money from our 5c HiRh-Grade mcrchcndin* Ing innchlnc* in thii nrra. No «cll-. . Ing To qualify lor work, you mini I N jp En f u m l t h l n n for 2 room · »p»rt- hnve car. reference. SMO.OO to JI..W003 | raen i. includln* Ml ttnf. rifrlfen- cniih .irrurrd by Inventory. IJcvot- lor ,,,,,, nc j.*phor,e StWl. inn B hours A week to tmllncal. your 1 .-- ~..-« .. of collection* will net up to | ttnvt'v Trt monthly with very jood puiti-1 """r.i , i u Boll) mtn arc to appear at the March :mn of Circuit Court which opens here M i r : h 17. West fork Mr. and Mrs. Lon Thomas had as guests Sunday, Mrs Thomas' brother. Wallace Garce, and his daughter, oE Tulsa, Mrs. Lena Streubing of Springdale.-and-Mr and Mrs. Ralph Taylor and son Jimmic, of Fayettcville, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Foster, of mond Laughlin, 45, Fayettcville, c om pton, California," have bought who died Wednesday in a Little tne T. M. Jnckson property. Thcj Rock hospital, will be conducted 1 plan nn doing some remodeling WANTED rot »Olt tENT--MISCELLANEOUS , "ROOM furnUheii ipnriineni. Private I"'"- UIMIIlM paid; I'hone 60S-W. 'tT.NISiri!U~«p«rtni«nt. thrue roomi, n*lh. - rtr»t floor. One mock 'from Jn vcr» ly. UIIHtllM paid. JJJ.OO. _Ph-ne W7-W. ] rfobM'liirniihcd'iipirtmciiCnW'ae'rn.. rlrctr.c rcfnsenttor ' . a n d ' $4OT l , . . . . . _ bit!lies of taking o v e r . f u l l (line; In come increaninif. acrorriiimiy. r'or in* Icrvirw. include phone In nppllca- lloii^ W_rIli;_Rnx K-32. 'IHST cnok nnd helper in f r a t e r n i t y house of 90 men. Experience nnd refercnreii needed. Call for inter- HEW WANTF.D-- MALE SALESMAN WANTED Experienced in selling furniture and rugs. Permanent posifion. 3ood opportunity, for advancement for the right man. Apply in person. T. H. CHAFFIN Montgomery-Ward Y UNO man In shop. Dixie Radio. '··'K Dlckstin. this' afternoon at 2 o'clock in Moore's Funeral Chapel by the Rev. Mr. Marquitt of St. Paul, Ark. Burial will be in the Fairview cemetery. Mn. Julia Ellen Atha Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Ellen Atha were held yesterday at 2 p.m., at the' Community Church in Elkins by the Rev. Ewell Logue, Baptist minister. Burial was in the Strain'cemetery, with the Watson Mortuary in charge. - Active pallbearers were H, H. Griffith, Jim Carter, Jack Carter, Hollis Spencer, Sherman Robbins, DISSTON Chain SAWS 4-9-12 H.P. MERCURY MOTORS PHILLIPS MOTOR (0. DEAD ANIMALS RIMOVED : . . . f PROMPTLY «ulek SinlUinr (trvlo Fayettevillt Rtndtring Sirvict Call U. Caltoct . H.. IIU !!···) v*ur Farm CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMAL' Phon. CellKi 5351 Ftritttrttlt, Arkanui Joplin Rendering Co. EXPIRT TRUCK Births Mr. and Mra. Brace H. Ynunt Mr. and.Mrs. Bruce H. Young or FayoUcv.ille announce -the birth of a daughter-February 29 in City Hospital. Missionary, To. Speak At First Baptist The. Rev. Hugo Culpepper will preach at the morning and evening services at the First Baptist Church, tomorrow,.in the absence of the pastor, Dr. Walter L. Johnson, who is holding revival services in Searcy until Thursday. Mr. Culpepper is commissionec by the Southern Baptist Foreign Mission Board as .a. missionary nnd is on' furlough from Chile He . served in China prior to World -War II, and was held for three years by the Japanese in a concentration camp in the Phillipines. He will leave soon to teach in the Baptist Seminary at Buenos Aires, Argentina. Some of his experiences in the missionary field will be enumerated, by Mr. Culpepper in his messages tomorrow. Personals - wtllkeep your TRUCK POWER tUP EXPENSES DOWN* furniture and 'money. Anyone Kermis Robbins. Honorary pall- wanting''to donate can do so by bearers were Oscar West, Johnnie leaving it at the Earl Netherton Maguire, Ernest Maguire, John F. home in Oak Grove Community or Smith and-Ernest Bunch, at the Corner Grocery in Springdale. The Oak Grove Parent-Teacher Association held a study course Thursday night at the school lunch room. Mrs. Louise Calvin of Rogers led the discussion on "Children of School Age'" The Boots and Saddle Club held a pie . supper at Elm' Springs Thursday night. . . ' . . ' . Mrs. Ollie Beaver was the leader for the Parent-Teacher Association study course Wednesday morning at the . Robert E. Lee School. The subject of the program was "Parliamentary Procedure," and "Pro-School Training." After the' study refreshments were served. .' . . . . . The Rev. W. H. Ludwig has announced that special Lenten service at .the ..Salem . Lutheran Church began Wednesday night and will continue each .Wednesday night through the Lent pe- rio'd. ' Miss Byrtc Smyer was hostess at her home on West Emma Avenue Thursday afternoon to the Booklbvere Club. Mrs. G. C. Hartenbower was leader of the program, using as her subject "The Amazon." At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Mary Sone, mother of Mrs. Marie Robinson,, was returned to their home on Johnson Street Thursday morning from 'the City Hospital by a Callison-Sisco ambulance. ; The Callison-Sisco ambulance service took J. L. Lewis from the County Hospital to his home in Springdale Wednesday afternoon. The Dorcas · Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met at 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. Joe Reed for a cooperative supper. Mrs. Roy Wrigtit, who has been a patient at the County Hospital, was returned to her home oh Hoi- comb Street Thursday morning by a Callison-Sisco Ambulance. The Pen- Point Club met Tuesday at the'-home of Mrs. Lynn Bickford. Jack Carlisle, president of the ,club, presided over the meeting. Plans were made during the busincss^mecting to subscribe for the magazihe-"Report to Writ| crs," to be placed in the public library where itiwould be in'cir- culation to all those who are interested in creative writing. Originals were read by Mrs. Howard Clark, Howard Clark, Miss Mable Harrison and Jack .Carlisle. Sales were reported by Mrs. Howard Clark, who sold some light verse to Collier's, and Miss Billie .lines reported two feature story sales, one to the . Northwest Arkansas Times and. the other to the Kansas City Star. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Leatha Brogdon. i Sunday was laymen's day for I the Methodist Churches. Courtney I Crouch, Springdale attorney, was | guest speaker at the Methodist ! Church in Elm Springs at the before thny move. Mrs. Ben Noel has returned home from Wichita, Kan., where she has been this oast year. Mrs. Edith Taylor, deputy grand lecturere of District One, Order of the Eastern Star ot Arkansas, made her official visit to the West Fork Chapter Tuesday night. Other guests were Mrs. Pearl Kceton of Fayettcville and Mrs. Ruby Snodgrass of Lincoln. . The Young Peoples Class of the Presbyterian Church sponsored a spaghetti dinner at the West Fork High School lunch room Wednesday evening between six and eight o'clock. Sixtj'-one dinners were served to guests other than class members. Students par- ticipatin the project were Gordon Smith, Margaret Williams, Shirley Newlin, Suzanne Williams, Frank Smith, Coralee" Clifton, Roger Smith and Tommy Barllett. Mrs. Buell Woods, teacher of the class, was assisted by Mrs. Tom Carter and Mrs. Hugli Houston. Proceeds will be used for redecorating the Sunday school class room. The Future Teachers of America of West Fork School had charge of the general assembly Thursday. The highlight' of the program waj the presentation of Future .Teacher pins. Basketball Scores SEC Quarter-finals Kentucky 85 Tulane 61 Tennessee 61 Alabama 60 ·Louisiana State 75 Mississippi 60 Florida 66 Vandcrbilt 63 (overtime) YOUNG men wnnlcd lo get ready to ncccpt iiosltlons in d r a f t i n g , accmnn- Inc. electricity ant) dlescl cnsinccr- inR We teach you at horns in inarc iima nnd help plncu you. American School. Write P. O. Box 320 Fay- jiUeville. SALESMAN WANTED Experienced in eel ling auto accessories. Permanent position. Good opportunity for advancement for the right man. Apply in person. T. H. CHAFFIN Montgomery-Ward HELP WANTED--FBMALE FHA HOME LOANS Low interest, long termi UTLEY AND COMPANY, INC. roit'D tudor. ~i»I« Harlty~David-, «on motorcycle, Beit offer. I'hone 1 BEAUTY i'o~mwc,o7Cco7nTotlcV'AViily- ·1s by appointment. Dorothy Brnnt- Iry. 3H South University. Phone J E N N Y Thi'dTM b e r t ~ Y o n i p l e f c X e w ONK (u'ln bed innrmnrlng rruUreM, HI.e new. rocklnn chnir, wine, French floor, 15. light-kitchen sink. 15x30 P A I N T *nT~n^riy~«hopr~one""iilr compressor one lander w i t h two nudi, one Sioux 7"' grinder, oru Black- hnv.k 'Porter power with attachment*, one acetylene welding rift w i t h r u t t i n t f torch and cause*, 2 up puns with SO font hoje, two b hlryrlr* Phonr 2B10.J. C H A I N drill." Oliver Superior," 1-hnlc with ff miner nnr. seeder n t t « r h __^__ Phnne_3ll20M:i. . crcxs. jonquils, rnatafrnx, hem, Trj-ers, rgjfji. bread, cnkn. pup corn krniit. tomato juice. Farm women'i Miirket. BOOKKEEPER for app-lrtmcnt. Cfllt CL.MPANY making nnlionnl survey wnnLi JO women with cars tu call on homes nnd place product on tlemon- Ftrallo . In various parts of Norlh- westcrn Arkansas. No selling. Enrn- iriKs about $(iii.OO per week, [nclurte l J ll°J.'.' ! --.'IHi'?'^^- 1 !- 1 - c K-ai.J^TImes. REGISTERED nurse \vnnlcd ior new 24 bed hospHnl. Resort town in Southern Missouri.'C. F. Children, Aritnlnlstrntor. SkiCRs Community liospttiiL Br.niKon, Missouri. EXPERIKNCED wnltrciw. HorfRcsCafc. WAITRESS wnnted, npply H to n. m. Rnr.orbark Ilcslnurnnl, '..'rst Dlckson. FOR SALE Hordwicke white enamel ga« range. 7 yean old, never been moved, $50.00. Fordion tractor and all attachments, in gooc condition. For quick *alt reduced to $1250. H. H. Howe, Route No. 8 Phone 557-M-3 SKKYICKS ormeo Itoutii HARRY H. CMMM ·«..RlQti* : i - - go* an.: FOB YOUR BCWrJNO XZCDI .'.Call' H L. Rdqffiif Contractor -'--J.Albrtlw ·*-"- Prlviilc *howcr intl pnirnncc. Cou pie only. Hlway 10 well. J3000. Bills | r^TCH DIGGING liding. . M mis paid. Phone J7I-J-I. "lOUSEKEEPING room*. " p r I v a t e Ht)t. Adult* ]*3fl-J. I wii'i. dowiutitirj, furnace Heat, j rratlon, i-rntrnl location. In- 31* W (i lion, ,, _- a p a r t m e n t , private tmth. For couple, scp after A. 20' 1 North 11 SEE "7oornTMri o'vvn*f n irji "ii n'f tir'ri t j he'd apartment Suitable for couple. 50J Ni r t h College, phnnn Sir, ONE~rooni"in:Jd"urn l u r n l s h r d " *part fOOTlNGS-- w · t « f. · Prlvnto (Mii I Khl and. Ph""« 921- brdrooini" prtvati 1 t 2570R adcr and bath » rnlrance. m. _ NIC '. MODERN e([trk-ncy" nparlmcnl.' Man or_quiet cnuplc. "H North School. VElTjj fiVninhcd - t h r e e " morn »p«rt- mfint. ^ew Servel. park'na *pai:f $.13.00. uitlltiei paid. Couple only, 2I32W. PRACtlC/^.rY""ncw""nKKlnrn" 2~ hcd- ronin house 'near J f f f e r « o n School. FOUR room u p a r i m r n i !!i block i off ·quarr. Sntlnblt for office mite, ver; KOO i for office THREE rocni r for office mite, very nml home lor unafi ni'Mirrn HpjjrlriU'tit, u'H- ItJtW monthly, u n f t i r n l s h - . . , t«pUe,Unk not«. Olj »nd h*ck fllltnf. Call MJ E X C A V A T I N G . B U L L D O Z I N G ... Gravei-- Fill Dirt, Top Soil 6, M. P A T T O N Phen« 249 . r 24 HOUR SEKVICT OH; Hcmitllcrilna, Picotinsr, Builoni, Button Hol«, Belli and Bucklei, j. t . Special Attention given Mall Orders. SalMacllon or · I Bock. , S.INGER SEWING MACHINH'·£'. ' 18 S.E. St.. FarttUyllle.'-'. "-. OOOD grm^ hay. See A. T. Miller. nJlh of Fnyctlcvllle. Phune 7IOR3. 1 'R 1 CEL r "*(nF"q u i c k «ale. FtelTliurfint equipment. Apply Campui Grill, fi53 Wctst Dlukaon. JOHNSON gran hay, cut at the flint lime, 4 miles south o( Harris, Route 5. W. P. Reed. __ Ctffl BUSHELS corn, 41.75 huihcl. 3 miles Kouth llnrrli pontofflce. Pearl Woodward, Fnyrlteville, Route 7. ONE chronic (Mnril dinette "tiible. '.vcl- . with four chalm in perfect, condition. One Brilliant Fire Circulator w i t h fan and one bathroom lirnlcr, 321 Eait Maple. _Phohe 2082J. BUTANE tnnk. 256~«a1)onrGood con- PKUi G HKED New~XeiuVnd~wh 11 e "f· b- bitd. Brecon? stock. Phone 2Sf Rnzorhnck Clenncr*. KJVE room hungiilDw. XSt monthly, j , llaminnnd Ilealty Company Ph'one 7X.T i 2-3" ROOM unfurnished CRTARC .apBrt-! incnts. Private b.ilh. 'Ample onbinct i and closet *p^i'C- Available March 1 $40.00 per nionlh. BUI* paid. t.o- cntcd on bui routc« 1^11 South 7| Phone 752 tlny, B6S-W evening. Joe 3~ HOOM" HnHfTniiTn'tT" I2" South" Hill. ' P h o n e ^71J. __ TMriEti room tifftce u u l l e over Wajt- gfumr'n Ditkcry. Newly devoratud vcnotinn blinds. Private lavaiory 2~7tOOM"furniihed "np^rlment. Private riOOMS~n iuf"bVtrd * n t *" t Ko" Dick'noh House, Rcaionnblc rati-s. 214 Went Dlrkvon jpr phono 1291 ""·ieairablc. for coupln. 2 roonu ith h a t h nnd kitchen, u n f u r n l t h e d . " «pVrIfneti't" 20 Hill NEWI..Y dccofaTBd Junftll fu"r"ni«hed apuriment. Private cntrnnco a n d bath. UUHUen paid.. jgg^llUhlgnd. T'"O room fiirhlnHVif npnrtmcnt. Utllf- t f e j pfttd. 2 block* 1 from iquare. 205 WM! nock ^^ NlCELY"7ur"nlVhed 3 room cio"wn»tnlri apartment. Prlviite crilrnncc, private i Hlh nnd Rnrnge. Clnie^ In. At)ul!s. "lmnc_1681J. _ _ _ ~fH NEW. TWO APARTMENT. U N F U n N K H K U . KURNACE HEAT, JP!IONE_2.'10W_ArTKn FIVK P. M. LE"A'N nlcefy" fiU-ntBhcd. apnrtmenl. HpartmoflT, Automatic Excavating - Bulldozirigia Disking - Brush Rake v ! Ponds - Roads - " H-Farmall Tractor has been used less than 60 hours with 7 foot mower, »X)R_SAi.B--AUTOMOTivt _ foot disc new, and 2 ym CHBVh'6LET"hu»lnc.is~c'oune780'iil 1 A \.,,\, K n t f n m nlnu/ nn r u n n ' n B condition. S70.00. P h o n o ' ** l n c n DOTTOtTl plOW On rubber. Regular price $3180. All this for only $2250, with new tractor guarantee. R. D. Whitely 3191-W. FOR SALE--AUTOMOTIVE ,7. W. Bell, who has been lour- ing the- East Coasl and the West Cbast for the past, two months, has returned to his home at 331 Highland. .Columbia 83 Dartmouth SO Princeton 65 Harvard 5S . -Duke 94 North Carolina 64 Cincinnati,82 William and Mary 76 . George Washington 57 Maryland 56 ·· Missouri 53 Iowa State 4!) Valparaiso 55 Washington St. Loiiis 43 . Wyoming 69 Colorado 39 Washington 75 Washington SUte 17 ' .. ,, California 68 Stanford 52 San Francisco 69 College of Pa- :ific52 . ; · ' ' - . Oregon State 55 Oregon 52 The Philippine Republic won its ndependence from the United States in 1946. Thc-Rev. Edward Brubaker re- turnerl today from. attendinn the regional meeting of the Presbyterian Church U. S. A. Committee of Ministerial Relations, in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Brubaker is chairman of Ministerial Relations cf the Synod of Oklahoma. Announcements · Delta Gamma Alumnae The Delta Gamma Alumnae Chapter will meet Monday night at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Hubert Cowan at 911 North Vandeventer. snvia MASOMAIU ·Jura Kidlnx Club The Northwest Arkn::;as Riding Club will meet. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Miss Lorraine Williams. Benton County 4-Hers To Observe Club Week Bentonvillc-(Spccial)- Nations 4-H Club week, which opens to- rtay and runs throufth March 0 will be rccor.gnizcd in Benton County by placing signs along main highways leading into the county which read, ''Bcnton County 4-H Clubs Welcome You" The signs will be placed by the clubs nearest the highways. They . - are, Maysvillc, Siloam Springs Sunday morning service. Mr. | Betho | Oak'llill, Apple Spur, Eve- Crouch ..vas accompanied by Nel- n | ng star M 0rn lng Star, nnd Garson Dodd, also of Springdale. | f | c ],j The'film "r'ew Discovery," wns I Bc ' nlon County has 35 4-H Club: shown at the Caudle Avenue Bap- w j l h ?71 vnemhcrs 'ist Church Thursday night. The ABSHIER-BRYAN YMr Trltnilj r*ri Dealer Since 1*11 film was sponsored by the Youth for Christ movement. Men of the Wesley Methodist Church on Huntsvllle S t r e e t A R I S E ! "Whr ill TO" lh*n and dltT* TUNE IN KIRS SuMiy, 1 P.M. · UCV. 1CTTL K. JETH RACING RESULTS Miami - (K"i - Blessuseals $S.lfl took the Tarpon Purse nt Hlnloah New Orlcnns--Army Conscrip $9.40 won the YMBC Purse nt thi Fnlr Grounds. Oldnmar, Fla.--Sent Hack $4.I)C wnrt feature nt Sunshine Park. Hot SprinRj, Ark.--Happy Wcs $11.60 cupturcrl Airlines Purse « Oikliwn Park. Arctdln, Calif.--Yecket $8,3' won the ffnturo rice it SanU Aniti. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES :LAS.SI.FIED ADS Rate: 3 centi per word ilnile in- Krtlon. Three consetuiive iniertioni. ccnli' per word. Minimum order 42c Classified adi cash In advance--not akcn over the telephone. Deadline ,for classified nds: 10:30 m daily;'9:30 n. m. Saturday. Corrections nnd rerun cheerfully made alter first insertion. No corrcc- iona or rerun made after ad has ex- ilred. NOTE: AdvertisinR copy for other pages Is due at 12 noon the day preceding publication; 12 noon Saturday publication " ' ·'UH1%H,«, VUWW LEGAL NOTICES PACKARD-WILLYS Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO. Phone 666. 208 West Block nisi PLYMOUTH--LOM l"han. 3 000 miles, A uood deal for iomeone. 507 West Center, - · - . . - -- FOR SALE-HOME NEEDS 2 PIECE solid pofiKcd mnple livin u i t e with ovcntuffcd ctiithions. livinfi revcrsl- . W. Mountain. Phone 2GGB. new. |50.0n. 312 HAVE yoti seen ih'c"four new color* In fiesta pottery. Lewis Broi. Co., Inc. BL.OND mahojjany double bfiri w i t h box cnrinRS nnd innprspring mnl- rcss. Mirror nnd shelves'lo mnlch. Also 2 green chcstfi and matching n i r h t Kl;ind. 42 callon lliRh Flc- -ovcry electric water healer. Weit- inShousc Commander electric ranRc. Giiiirnntccd perfect condition. 2 oil clrciilallnK heaters nnd - other article*. Tnke Stale rond 112 north lo Stony Poinl, t h e n \'- t miles west to C. R. Chcadle'H. WE HAVE ,GLAMORENE the New Rug Cleaner LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. FULLER BRUSHES DEBUTANTE COSMETICS Boyd Mills 520 Unricll Phone IMS Sons, South School and Mountain Streets. Phone 1957. gcrmtmttion * n yHlone garden weed. Lewi f " · ' ·'"'' _ ^ _ DOWNSTAms' Slroct. "four "room" modern and private. floor fiirnnce. Gnrlmfec diipnsnl unit. 212 VlrRlnla Avc.. fsox M3 PHone I486. F "**" LEWIS MATTRESS-m Renovated, rebuilt Onn day wrvice. Phone 2774 H i a f t ^ y 7 J » " U t h . M i m i l e j . ^ HUt SAI-E-- ItEAI, ESTATE- 2 BKDROOM houie and carafe. Phbn* H33-W-1. FHA and G. I. Loan. ;'.. Watch the World Go By ThtlOUUH the pictur* wihrfow-ln your living room. Rirht on U.-S/ 7V«-be- iwren faycttevfUc and 6prm|*sl«, T A modnrr r. room home, tJ a'crej of 1 land. Large living room, » n»nd«om£ kifhcn with drawer nnd cupbo*r4- «n^cr aplenty, Hprd«oorf Moor«; Gcneraii* iii".« cloict* in both bftd^ rooms, hall haa plenty of itor««» *livcc for your linens. Plaileredv t a - t e ( u l l y decorated tnturlor. A ipod K^racc. The kind of home most fplkj want to own- A n ^ . n e l d o m WfO-. lonftbly priced. $»,50Q. ; People W i l l Talk ,; · AND *ay fom«-vcry pleaitnt. thincs about your home In the country i; you buy this. Forty-seven acroi on U. S. hljthway. Two *ood iprtnct. a well, a ttresm th«t-«dte» place. Three room hoiwe, e3tc«n*nt- con* · truLtlon M«dium alwf barn, loif- ln« ihed, itanchlona for » cowi. ,well . s frnced, half hog-tl«ht. Ten: icrtt- Iriondow treated wfth lime, pnoi- · nhnte pant ye»r. Plenty Of lope- de/.n pfjxture. Electricity,. telephone. J 1.350. Everything You Need month up.- Double $10 monlh: em: |ifrnfin^. Mffnl^ncarhy. Phftne IJ'l-J NJCE Hiriie""be(lfnomr''Huiiln*!it ni^n nr · I n d e n t - 117 Ent LntaycUt, Phono 1ROBW. 3 no OM hn* n 1 Hhc if n p" rTni c n t, nc«r mnui Nire ctnucn, prlvntc hath. ONE furnUhed bedroom in private home. Two blocki from iquare. Will rent lo middle age m«n nr' woman. MjJtit furnt»h_ rcren-nc^Phonn 8050. REDKCOriATEtJ :T""rooin iinfurniilicd HpnrlmenL Oil South Duncnn, Phone 2710-L-l. UNIVERSITY APARTMENTS, bedroom, unfurnished JS7.riO, Inhcd S72 50 bltli nuirt. n t n d t x lair.idry nvnllHble. Phon« 2580R AS nlwnvs--hlfh qjmllty Kr; Bros._(- KEVSTO"NE"bVj|k larden md*. Lewii BroB. Co.. Inc^^ PANSY planti, .fKrlfP Phlox. Phone 2133.-Berry Flnw«ri.; nTnNURE~"rr:ri i I i zcr~fof litwnii *n d S? n ?£P"'_!?£5!l!!-Jl^ b Ji r . yi --1 MM -- I INDIVIDUAI* lncome"tnx i BARGAIN! Crane porecialn laundry nonnble. 30jl2n tubs and washini machine. Phone J ~" "" ' 27JOLI. NJ'W electric iiaw, J75.0). Can be aecn I -t Link Way. | year olrt work home. On cur j RTiGlsTER^DYef«^nhuii"Y*yeari"o!c1. j Hi, miles west of Farmln«ton. W. D- Wflt. . , LJMBER for broiler houie«. W. . Ptntrhnl. Route 7. Piano--Rebuilt--Streamlined A VERY fine Indtrumenl at a fair price. Nn monitroittle*. BOO South School. 3057J. ' IDEAL MATTRESS CO. W* mMt or b*at any compttltion 401 WEST DICKSQN HATNBOW TROUT lold dally. Phone 3201. Orarh Trout Farm Nenr Johnion. Monday sea described: Two FnycHevIlle. 'Arknnsa Malice Of Filinf Of Application For Liquor Permit Notice is hereby given th«t the undersigned has filed with the Com miHsioncr of Revenues o£ the Stale of j Arkansas for a permit to sell' and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors T or beverage at retail on the prcm- mlles «oulh of ._ , city boundary i Highway No. 71 . Appliculion is for permit to be i«- Rucd for operation beginning on the (Hh day of. March 13.V-, and to expire on the 30th day of Junr, 1952. J. D. Stewart _ Signed ny__Applic?mt ]-lt-c WARNING ORDEN I In The Chanc*ry Court Of ! WashinfUn County; ArhantM i Jessie May Bibb Plaintiff ! vs. . . '.. i Thurman Robrrt Blbh Defendant ! The Defendant T h o m n s Robert Bibb is warned to appear in -'this Court within thirty dnyi and answer (he complaint of the Plaintiff in the ahova e n t i t l e d cause,- V.'itncii my hand ond »fal of thii Court this 15th day of February 1952. (SEAM Richard B. Circer Chancery Clfcflf NOJICE DOxi WOOD"" 'Dininif "Rooihr "wliiilow will reopen, Mnrcn 2nd. Family ntyle mcnls ll;riO to 2 and 5:.10 to ft. Snnd- wlches nnd ihort order i between limes. Our hum burner* arc fn mount Come »rc us. Thc^KriUM. · MANACERTMcft'licd 'iiw«y TMftOCfTunl'" of 1)1 Vnfl HrorH-ntns ^om*^ time loon. FRISCO NliWS STAND 1,1 JOG AGE, iu!t"~c~«*i! foot lockeri. brief cnftet, B-4 baft, O'nite. cavei. toilet klti. rlc. A complete lini HAMPTON'S ARMY SURPLUS STORE WANT TO RENT 2 ROOM furnished apartment near JUnjvCT»Ijy^Pjione 2560J. 3 OR MORE bedroom unfurniiHed h o u B e . N o r t h side near school. 1363. FOR RENT--OH LEASE _ _ IfiC /-CRRS, improvenjents. A. E. Cer- rny. Prairie Orove. · FOR LEASE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY WANTKO-Responnlbic puny to i n h c up payments nn nice '40 PacRnrd. . Phono LOST AND FOITND LOST: Log chill n hclwton V?oolicy nnd Went Fork. N o t i f y Robcrl Prexlon. i'SSL'-^JfJ- JViVlSJ.-.. . (Tl»s7e« in fed tipp«r'caiie! Phont _ __ _ ip"Ari~!lre §ni1 '. htuck cocVpr ^pitnny J 7fom fibme K»t Ufiyette. Phone tM. FOR LEASE Used cor lot. Size 40x155, to gether with one ttory ; concrete block building, size 30x40. Total area 6431 square feel. Located 116 South East Street. SEE T. H. CHAFFIN Montgomery-Ward or long dlalanKO hnulTnc. Emal or Inrge loads. Phone 7 dnya, 2.172R _jniBhtK._K. Wood. foil nopcriinngcr" "or palmar phone 4P4-J. ..... , - _..,,, GARDF.N plowlnjj, dticlnj, with tractor. W. C. Lcdbettcr...Plionj^jg30. -^ INCOME IHX : «crvfc7m*hone.: H*y^ Lnndsenpc -ul Phono 51-J-2 . Crlder Brothers Nu rie r y,__ Gr^S^JL 1 n nrfl'iu ELECTRIC CO. Quality ln»tal!*rt ·PUMPS ·POWER Phon* 24. Wcit Fork ·,53..?ow; - iill!in« b l «hd l . ood »loc)t - KMk-vtnter hrollrr hoiut (nf Lni'inl houie tor 400 lieni. Km .,. «ral I.nnrf Bunk loiin. cm b« houtnt- 6n cjicoil«nt Urmi. Cjll ui for prk» unri furihf in!orm«tlon. th«n h«v« NEftlN-POWEU REAltr : U. S 71 South Sprlngdalt _ DI«; in BUY EQUITY D «t 131 VlMlnto Avenuf. nr«tic»Hy iww two bedroom houM.. nicely ctfcornted, veiwflin, iMdtv Imrdwooi" .lloon, iMUUted »ni we»iler ., itilrwiy" (or : p »vini(. TSuKhSV" *.;fiouS, JJfW jfcr month (ncludlni -Biei ll *HiMKRTr«nc«.-t«T.US SHOW YOU 'THIS'TODAVI. . ' i 'Ullef Company, lnc.r; H. L, Ullcy_, FOR A FEW. DAYS O N L Y . MOCHflN rock home. ·ffiaximii "Vl' KM l»nd. broiler home, J'dM.. f»p«c)ly. Broiler hquie : _ hunt' ju:'-* 'Khort tlmt ««0:U!«tf. ell contlrucied. H«A : Ior runnln. '«wter~ M Woll«r ul-W'ln North- v'ArkinM!. 13.750,.. if !M «o«n. (hli by ill me«ni. » you ,«r; "· 1ntorc»tcd In hrolleri . and _set It wlihiri the next 2 or 3 il»y». NEWLIN REALTY ,, WEST roHK. ABK. · 5 'CISKS 'or »Ble. poor Improvementl. Nnlural »·. ..eltctrlcltr. f ( Vf J2.ooo.oo. Milton Boyd, Routot.l. Puckncr, ' I)nr.asMAKING. ultfrBl'loni. tuition tiolci. allied service. Mri. Wntklni Phone 577J. xcAVAfTNG - riuiX5b.ifi6 -- ··ONPS -- nOADS -- CLEAniNO -- OI.IN KARNIW AND El.LIS WH.SOV 2619J Who'sWho: For Service Consult You' Classified Service Directory BKAUTV SHOP OUR couiiy In. I room hoiw jiV* ; ««rn«e. It/iri)*ood floori, floor fur-- ; nuct, FHA «nd OI Io«n In foretj. Phone 2*ioJ. · _ ' · i' j'' 9 ' : · DO YOt)~WANT to BUILD YOblJ; !. OWN HOME? VVE HAVE · TACtLI-u TIES FOR BUILDING BY. VOUIfc- · PLANS FOR YOU AND CAW F01W1-. ; 'ISM THE LOT AND nNXNCIK»j ran FHA. or. OR coxvENTiONAtr LOAN. SEE US FOB AN ESTIMATB' W I T H - N O COST OR OBLlOATiqK- ; WILKINS REALTY COJI »OZ North Colltee Ave. · ' '. /. Phone 1796 · !." . COLVAHD'S BEAUTY SHOP 201 W. Meadow--1'hono 3003 Mach H.iO-up Cold wave »J up ITAI'C* UlAUVt a«OP riorenc* SUptotnr Dlcluoo HtHn* IH COMPLKTE your high «rlinol Ml home In inure lime. Tcxl.1 furniihed Dl- E lomM. No rlnftdcK. Send for 47 tm|e nnklet And sample lemon tree Am rlcfln School, 'write P. O.' Box 320. Fnyctlevllle. nOOO--CAT8--I'KTS RENT-- MISCELLANEOUS 2 BEDROOM house. 7 cloieta. L«r«e lintcmenl inrncr. Hl|h. elevation.- _*'i5iK). 5l5_Norlli Molly. Phone S6M«. 5 nobM"hoii»e, S6S~N;*PSlon."Phdn« . ._. A p N r t l n f n l , furnlnhed. lllllti pnld. Giirdcn, JM 00. H7 E. _ __ _ SM/.f.L upslMri aparlnieni. ftirnlnhed, hllli, paid. To « Indy. JU.Oo. H7 r.. Sprln«. I BEAUTY. SHOP RKLIABLI WCIHK llork t'hone 73 BKAUTY SHOP Now up town 7 ' j f... M n u n t n t n St. Al . oornctt, I'hone K, or 2331 UAUUNG JJnullKB Dny «r nlRnt Call Glenn Riy R«cd I378J SAND AND OR A VII, ROAD AND DRIVEWAY GRAVEL ,, ALSO TOP SOIL Phono 1514J nnd 305J SERVICES OFFERED SIJN-TII.l venollin bflndi »nl iiluml- num window -icrrpns nnt' nwntni:* Free M'.lmMen. Giha ' Copper. 441 South L"rmt. Phonr IOI« AKC cocker pupl. White with tan. _:24.1R. PUPPIES. Oood »tral»\l breed». Whole i ·rnlul. Chnlrr, IS.00, Deaton'i Ken-1 ^ n e K W c i l Fork. · POP SALt. OR TRApr. _ 41 lT6~oRi houip. fitflii one yf »r. iia'» .ind rlrclrlclly, 3 l«v»l loU, «ood noil, drilled well, unod water, city water avallihle. I'.i hlockn nouih of oi«hway. dlnrf and clvjrrh on gravel ·trrel In Fnrmlnfton, H. W. llu. FOR LEASE TEXACO SERVICE STATION CORNER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE On Highways 71, 62, 16 Immediate Possession Flat Rental Phone 35 Now Operated as Tuck's Service SUBURBAN ACRE SUBSTANTIAL live room home, ia- rate with additional ihap and'itbr- «B1 room hjrn »ncl -1C- B««uH(ul yard wit'n eraii. ihade trR«. rn«el ·nrt pU-rtlngs. Also, a rich m«llov, «»rdcn. Ifi » iplcniilii little lirrn. rlKht In lown Ht only S5.3M.OO. NVESTMENT PROPERTY ca T\vo hfdroom homu only 4 ' 6*? S yr.n rid. Well looted In S.JV Kaj-eltevlllt! neor new tchools. 'It will nlwnys rent readily. · \ Let us ihow you. Phone 783. . HAMMOND Kve. Phonn H. n. Hammond J. A. JnrvU 1590W Kincaid Co, · Automotive ·Fife · Health and Accident · Polio ·Liability · WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION · Plate Glass · Burglary t K S U R A H C E : : '"'""Auiomobllt - Ua'blHiy \ " Fir* - Extended Covtraft* .'; Poiio - Plat* Gla«» '; WADf rWCHR Aread* ~AUTOMATic~AVPUAIICX CQ. . A B»ll«f PUM ! · * · » · - II N. ffclM

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