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MMMIAI T1MM, Springdaie Woman Keeps 13,000 Buttons In Unique Collection; Almost All States And Many Foreign Nations Represented ' By BILLIE JINES If you are needing a couple of matching buttons, don't go to the button collection belonging to Mrs. J. R. Hose of Sprin-jdale. M r s. Rost has about 13,000 buttons-and very likely she has one you would like-- but she has no two alike! Should you doubt t h i s you may search for yourself lo see there are any duplications in the tc.r.v buttons. M a n y of these were acquired by .'the collector's son, Lt. Col. Buel T. Rose, who aerved ir. the European theatre during World War II. A guest of the Count and Countess Von Rechberg of the royal house of Bavaria one evening, Colonel Rose remarked that his mother had a button collection. His hosts immediately ordered the scissors brought to them, and Colonel Rose left that evening -.vith many new items for his mother's collection. The collection contains 2,000 pearl buttons of several dark shades as well as white. There are .100 ball buttons strunj, 500 wooden ones, many hand-painted, c"lltction; others have, but all they found through their search vas _eyestrain--and 13,000 different buttons. It is easier to look al all the buttons than might be imagined, for Mrs. Rose has mo?t of the collection sorted and either sev.'ed , cr to large squares of cardboard a seemingly endless variety of or strung on strings. One card | novelty buttons and even 18 old- contains 570 plastic buttons of a vast variety of size and color and shape. Another rainbow of color rnade up of 925 glass buttons. There are other cards of china or calico or pearl or metal or jet buttons. One rectangle has ;-ecn formed into an American fla.- by the deft fingeji of buttons on the collector. W h i t e blue Jield form the stars, while 13 rows o f , a l t e r n a t i n g red and whit* buttons make up the stripes. Mrs. Dose's collection contains 100 American military buttons. One_njaque contains foreign mill- PLAN TO BUILD S« Our MittriaL Git Our Prtc«L Try Our Strric*. DYKE LUMBER CO. tit Si. ChuU. CHICK SPECIAL 8c each HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiltr Ho'tchtry p. o. ·« in *r H JIM Arkanut EVERYTHING M PtUMIINO ·nd FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. ·OVWMMfKT AVt fashlonpd shos buttons. From' Many CountrlM The buttons have ccme from about half t h e states a n d f r o m Italy, India, France, Japan, Germany, Egypt, England and Mexico. Mrs. Rose began Ihf hobby in 1938 when she suffered a fall snd was required to spend time in bed. Her fascination lor buttonn goes back to her childhood, thouich, for she cinnot remember when the buttons on their clothes vert not the first thing she 'noticed about anyone she met. The collection is neethmg with stories, both of historical a n d human interest. Perhaps of them all, the one that stirs the imaiint- tion most is a plain blue button nlone in an envelope. Acroei the envelope the friend who sent the button jo Mrs. Rose had written these v.-ords, "Taken from a blue- striped dress caught in a tree about half-way up the mountain above Bright Water the morning following the tragic tornado of 1947." Whether the described dress had been blown from the closet of one of the twisted homes whether it belonged to one of the victims of th s t o r -n who lost her, l i f e cannot be said. One thing is sure, though, t h a t each button of the collection has been worn by someone, somewhere, with perhaps sorrow or joy or fear affiliated' with its hiitory. The common blue button brioKS to mind one clear-cut memory of an Oxark village laid to waste and of the saddened faces \yhich searched Inter for just a fragment Elkios Schools Close Monday; Exercises Held Diplomat Prtwnted To 27 St more By Frad Starr ElkiB.-(Sp«ciil)-Th» E l k I n i ·ctiools . will clr« formally Mrin- d»y, indini in eight-month term. Graduation exercisti were conducted ThurKiiy night with Circuit .Judge Maupin Ckimmfngi of Tayetteville delivering the prin- cipel addreji. Diplomal wer( presented to 27 |!raduatinf seniors by Fred Starr, superintendent of ichooli. R u t h Boatright was valedictorian, and Joann Coif salutatorian. Annual awards were made by Principal Etton Swift. Bobby Joe Atha and Mary Jean Davis won athletic medals, while citizenship honors went to Ralph Wilson and Roberta fteed. The ichool splrl award went lo Trophia Fields. Member* of the senior class accompanied by Frances Broyles and Starr, will leave Siloam Springs by train Tuesday night for a three-day vliit to New Orleans, La. F O K S A L E -- · IJVCCTOCK " r i n i r i Bale. Gull«U« Bvrkett of the home; one nephew. Clyde Vnst of West- i HT WEEK r.H vllle; one niece, Mrs. Mary Bond,! No Sunday lain e»ihtn. 4»iwi. __ R u t t o n , 1,1. I 2 V O I I N O QIC i n w » " l r m ~ r e « i » ( e r e d Funtral services will be can- ! ''2 ck ' °. ?' ^"iSi-Sl?"*?;-*!!!: ducted tomorrow aftcrno.m a. 2:30 i TM. Jr^^.Xo'^rT.r'n o'clock at the Baptist Church nf Westvllle. Burial will be in the Westvillr cemetery under the direction of ih» Luginbuel Funeral Home of Lincoln. Jbituqry Retort I. Wilk.rmn Funeral services for Robert L Wilkerson, 14, reiident of Purdy Mo., who died Sunday, were to be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the chapel of Nelson's. Funera' Home by the Rev. Norman Drake Burial was to be in Stucky cemetery. Pallbearers were Elmer Johnson, Jack and Harry Wilkinson. Ollie Crum, Dewey Maxey, Fred Bohannan, John Hollaway, and Hay Huihei. of what had hours before. been theirs a few MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Births Mr. and Mn. J*ck C. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Hill of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son, April 18, at the City Hospital. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Smith of Springdale announce.the birth of a son, April 18, at the Hospital. i On Itrlk. Malcolm Frtxlvrick Crid«r Malcolm Frederick C rider, two- year-old Bon of Mr. and Mrs, Mitchell Crider of Greenland, died last night at ]]:4S o'clock in the City Hospital after an illness of two da vs. He WBP born March I I , 1950, in Fayettevlll*. He is survived by his parents; two brothers, Michael and Marion Crider, both of the home; his pa- ternil RrandparentB, Mr. and Mrs. M. Bruce Crider of Greenland; his maternal grandfather, Fred Brad- ihaw; five uncles, Bruce and Paul Crider, and Lynn, Gordon," and Virgil Bradshaw; and three aunts. Miss Helen Crider, Mrs. Pearl Watty, and Mrs. Irene Guadalajara. Funeral services will be con- ucted Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the chapel of Nelfon'i Funeral Home. Burial will be in Bnptist Ford cemetery. Chorl« iurton lanty Charles Bin-ton Lnncy, 72, lifelong resident of Greenland, died this morning at his home after an illnen* of eight months. He was born at Greenland, the son of r*en C, and Emily Lancy. He was iftarried in 1900 to Lillie Josephine King at Sulphur City, nnd was * member of the Presbyterian Church. He is .survived by his wife, of the home; six daughters, Mrs. Hazel Hartley of Snsanville, Calif., Mrs. Thelma Gibson and Mrs. Pauline Shumate, both of Westwood, Calif., Mrs. Opal P r n f f i t t of Susanville, Mrs. Katherine Harder of Concord, Calif., and Mrs. Lonita Tmes of Martinez, Calif.; four sons, Garnett Laney of Fay- «tt*ville, Thurmnn Laney of Mt. Clemens, Mich., Kenneth Lanev of Fayetteville, and William Lee Laney of Concord; one brother, William Laney of Greenland; 19 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Funeral arranngements, under th* direction of Nelson's Funeral Home, are Incomplete. Paratnopei Tokyo-ffl 1 )-An American paratrooper was killed In i practice drop yesterday near Ueppu in Southern Japan, Far East Air Fore* Headquarters announced today. His name was withheld. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D A D S JUt*: I cent* per word alnct* in ·ertiDfl Three fonitcutiv* fncertloni 7 cent* per word. Minimum order 42c CUilifled adi cash in advance--not uk.cn ever the telephone. Deadline for claiiified idi; W:30 a. m daily; 1:30 a. m. Saturday Corrections and rerun cheerfully made *fl*r first iniertion No correction* or rerun mad* after ad hat tx pi red. ' NOTE: AdvertUing cop- for other Anytime. FOR SAMC- -AUTOMOTIVE PMM ia du« ctvdinft pub!l for pubfii mi 12 noon th* da.v prepublication; 12 noon Saturday lication on Monday LFfiAL NOTICES WARNING ,.*" T h » Ch.netr] iflt* Cam Cturt Of Arkan.M Suzannah Campbell 1'liinti/f vs. Joe Campbell. Jr.. Defendant The D e f e n d a n t Joe Campbell, Jr.. Is warned to appear in this Cour; within t h i r t y days and answer the complaint of the P l a i n t i f f in the above entitled cause. Witness my hand and seal of this Court thia 2Bth day of March, ]»2. (SEAL) R i c h a r d B. Greet Chancery Clerk 29 A p r i l 5-12-J9-C responsible for nny debla out- slde of my own. Signed cheiier Lee Gou. POITLTKT Ctflck Special RetlsT^Socks. Cronsrs |««--10n. Larje type broiler c h f c k f l ! jn.fl.l--tnn. plus postage. COD, live delivrry. P-G Chickn, Box 20J»R, Kan- ·M Clly. Mn. SPECIAL -- Goose i n c u b a t o r custom h a t c h i n g , set every Monday. Plact- orders now for day old roslin«8 Geeie are profiuhle! Healthy, live on grans! Dnlicioud meat. Money and labor savers for weeding "berry rrops. orchards, etc. Guaranteed live delivery. AnceM-Lawson G o o s e Hatchery. SfifH) ' Gateway D r i v e Highway 71. Joplin, Mo., Phone BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR »alr. fine «roce . ..._ .... Slilwcll. Oklahoma, doinfi t!, OlHl m o n t h l y , choice location, invoice nfock ahou! 52.500.00. SH.OflQ.Otl equip- m e n t , cheap r e n t . Will least 1 e q u i p - ment. Ted Sebiiitian, SHlwell. O k l a - homa. INSTRUCTION WE WILL TRAIN YOU TO BE A TECHNICIAN IN ONE OF AMERICA'S LEADING INDUSTRIES I F You can q u a l i f y -- t h i n could he y o u r :hnnce for f u t u r e security and the kind nf work you like. You m u n i be Between the «gen of 18 and 55 and have the r q u i v a l r n t of an «th G r a d e Education or more . . . NO EXPERIENCE necessary hut must he w i l l i n g to t r a i n in spare t i m e at home . . . Will not I n t e r f e r e w i t h present job). Pnr full d e t a i l s and f u r t h e r inform.i- ion on hofc' you may br ahlc to q u a l i f y -- W r i t e giving age and educn- -T *r BOX K-62 cars of TIMES HCLP WANTED--FEMALE MIDDLEBROOK MOTOR CO. 1947 Pontioc Torpedo 8 tudor. Radio and heater. . J 735 1951 Plymouth 2-door. ,il BJO 1948 Chevrolet P i c k u p . . * 835 1947 Chevrolet Fleetline 2-door. Radio and healer. . .$845 1942 Olds Club Coupe. Radio and heater. Good tires 1948 Chevrolet · tiret ;-ton. N e w -$78i 1949 Dodge Pickup ..... $725 Sedan, $400 n i c e $385 f'/i-lon. Long ban, excellent $8PJ 1940 Olds 4-door New tires 1939 Chevrolet. A on« 1949 CMC wheel fires Loll of Other Bargain! to Choose From J *lLTMiP plrkun_rhon. 1«MJI '17 CHEVROLET FlerllW r a'ciTo «nd henler. SMJ.OO. '« Chevrolet. 4 door nednn. radio and h e a t e r KK.m. '45 Sludtbaker, radio. nrnl- cr. overdrive. 5578.0(1. All in m»d IMS V-B2 CADILLAC, e.cfll.nl condition. will lrade i-qtiity tor mod _»m_»JlMr_W'ril( ! _K-6!l._'^TImc«. '47 s PASStNOKh Hymniiln" "count New tires. radio and heater.. Priced Ui__«ll. Call 1078. 1930 IJEgpTO ' 4 door clntorn~~SdMT. n.lmo miles, new car c o n d i t i o n . Orlc- f n a l owner. SI.IMOJ. c«ll H29W. .113 Went M a n l r . PACKARD-WILLYS Sales' -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO Phone 666. 208 Norlh Block FOR COMrOHtABLfc~»Ice"p:fi* mam. floor. £ r j v f t f * _ h » i h . vtj. " p o r » l f ' ( i 3 rfiorn linfiTr _ frriCir.NCV"iip.."rim*nt." I T i v n t l U l l l t f r * pair! 10CJ. 1 HOOM n p i r f m r n l . fufniVfied _JurriliihM Phnns 2HSSI..1 ONK i n d l u n rnnrn a n i r : n i m t ~ rt f n e i _ _ _ I HKOftOOM' hjnrku ttt^ CARfiT, htdrnom. i r n t r a n r * . .Near . lup'cx f l r i l f l o o r , p r i v a f n j «quare. M r n only ! ..,,,,,, 1 " nflirilhhi " 1 finia. New ·chopls. l/nlv.-rilly IRIVtCM roH rW f ainte ! sheep ihcarlnt. write \ TWO EXTRA "SPECIAL N K A K New Hirh School--5 room s u b u r b a n bungalow with .iMth, jrrvirr porrh, fir in jnd wijrk- s h n p ; a u t o m a t i c 11.35 furaac*, lii r hcn hn. 1 : extra built-in it»- t u r p t ; b e a u t i f u l l a w n with iltitt trrr:. 4 e x t r a large lots. A %100 value for almc.il two-thirds. Sl.'inn w i l l handle. UNTIL, A P R I L 2.",th ONLY. 2 CHOICE reeiden..-e I o i l ; 3 Wricks Irom Camptii; i blocks frnrn New High School; idea! fir home or i n v t s t m d n t property; pavement and sidewalk. SPECIALLY PRICED 'til May 1. i D. EAGLE, Realtor rnr!i i n t r n nn la power m o w r r Phone 'i^.'l! p : · JE ' 1 ' J _ u Kill nut? I'rtv M-J-2 Crldvr Brnihcri N-iriory. KEYSTONE quality Ltwii Btnt. Co, li IDEAL MATTRESS CO. Quality n«w mattreit qnd mottrvii renovating. Phone 3036 «01 WHT DICKtON oUT »!d dan rinidilt noi. ourk Trout Farm Near Jonnton. FOK HAM 0» TatAPt '»*,HUDSON ^acemakefrLow mlleajt Oood c o n d i t i o n . Will 'irade for old modrl car or 52.10.00 cash and finance balance. Phone .1-74. Spring- rial*. FOR EXCHANGE MATTRESS R E N O V A T I N G Conon M a t l r e S E e s n u l i t ln!o G u a r a n l r e r t l n n e n n r l n ? v H o l l y w o o d Redi Made To O r d e r ONE D \ Y S M V i r R - P I I O N E 217t Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO. 120 floulh Kail SI TRACTOR Harden plowing PHont~2C6fl for Information. ftcAVAtWS""-" 'BUt-tDOTlfHS"^ 1 OWDS -- ROAD; - CI.CARINO - QL'.» KARNRH AND ELMS WILSON il»tW I6IIJ DITCH DIGGING and l«lin irrt FOOTJNGS--w a 11 r, fat and stwtr rillchei, itpttc tank holes DJ«in* ·nd b.ch filling Caii 2RM *Davit UP-TO-DATE I 2 ' l ACRES. W l l h m llv« mil., nl r a v s l l e v l l l f . J u i l all ftvti hlth- mv. Good, imnolh produellva »ll " room modern rtiid«nj«. Mill nis.-men(. t h r e a rar f tract, HI* l«n. i t r u r M o n 20.000 broiler eaeaTlty t u i i v f q u i p p e d u-Hh litt con'tnii. a u t o m n i i t - walsrers. n a t u r a l fai ind e!c A l i n i o o d l»ylni HOUM (or noo hw-. ON-K or THE »MT ehfatn r a n r h c j In all NW A r k a n a n . 7 ACftrs. loraled w i t h i n lour mflji of rir'tlivlllt. All Itvtl. imW'll prnrluellve land I rnnmi and »»th. Hilly modern realdfnee. with full b s K r m f t n l . n a t u r a l (al, wlda eon- rrdti pirrh Good h a r n . hroilar heusa /or z f t m n,, ,,, (or «ood l«rmi or * m a l l iiihurban I r a ^ t f HAMMOND RfAlTY CO. T.vr Phone 7«,1 r. Bachilrom Phon« 27I5-L-1 WILL TRADE M2fl.E)f) per m o n t h income properly. Well looted in FayeUevllle, FOR COMPLKTK tiro r r r n p p i n j shnp."""* mold, r i t i l n c , n i r compresinr. s.'iftflon P. 0. Box 4)12, Jnplln. Missouri, pnonc 6D20. " help. Chuck "ExpVrT- Wagon . and frill enred preferred. Drh-e-ln. South 71. WANTfcD: 5tltil«riy."~p7e7e7 one who can do some office work. Gtrden- ' .Jewelry ALTERATION lady wiiniert for n Bmafl '-diei ready to wear. Write B o x ·M. 7,-Times. C. H. Johnson, Sr. Roger.vSpecia1)-F u n e r a 1 ar- mxementa are incomplete for C. H. Johnson, Sr, 64, Rogers Route 2 farmer, who died yestor- d»y rhorninf in a Fayetteville hospital after an illness of three weeks, Th? bo( *y was taken to the Funeral h o m e CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phon* Collect 1151 Joplin Rendering Co. Tokyo-Wi-More than 2,700,000 Japanese e n m m l i t e r s wore stranded today hiy strikes against privately ou-ned railroads and buses. It was part at a 24-htvjr protest strike against /jovernment passage of an anti-subversive bill. ^·llison-Porter here. Mr. Johnson rnme tn Arkansas 12 years ago. He had been ft life- County j long farmer. Surviving are his 'wife, Mr*. Annice Johnson; live daughters, Miss Pearl Johnson, Mrs. Mae Leonard and Mrs, VAITRKSS, apply in person. Cafe. Phone 293. SITUATION WANTED WANTED, bahv s i t t i n g job from A V A I L A B L E for r e m a f n l n i bnlance, easv terms. Credit D e p a r t m e n t , R O D M A N P I A N O C O M P A N Y , 39 F, 141 h Street. T u l f d . Oklahoma. Phon- USED~7~:OOxl5 lirci ~and fuhejTcioJiin,, out bargain*. Starnes Garage, 4(K South School. WHISKEY" barrela--for wlne~"or~cT5*r G u n r a n t e e d nound w h i t e oak. SO gallons. M.fl.x rhrcJt nr money order Freight collect. n i n t i l l e r t Cnopcrafti S o., Box fift, Lawrencehuri. I n - nna. for farm. RUSSELL REALTY 2» NORTH BLOCK PHONE 15.1B WANT TO «INT COMPLETE house ^trailer Road able l.Inyd 1 * Trnrtlnit Pout. H i g h w a y ' 7l -JL" u iJ'^E ar Pujjy^ Store. msM. 1J8E~n baby bed, |5.M, foldinK m e t a l and wood h i g h choir. SI0.00'. dresi- !nf t n b l r With mirror top $5 f)0 kitchen r i n k . I4.oo. Ml South Kail, Phone 1291J.__ NICE large""(iihing worma. P H V n e 2900J SALESMEN WANTED OPPORTUNITY for full or pnrt time huiine** in c i t y of Fayetteville 5up- plyinf consumers with RawleiRh Products. Nn f-Rpltal needed. Also other localities a v a i l a b l e . W r i t e Rawleffh's Iepartment AKD-130- __2lfi,__MBmphl«. Tenn. RARER""THAN "YOU THINK" to make S7.SDO t h e up to $10,000 your THE o p p o r t u n i t y first j c a r anr BONE MEAL PEAT MOSS VIGORO ALL PURPOSE GARDEN SPRAYS Lewis Bros. Co., Inc. LAHGE )iouie, unfTirnlihtri. |tar Hqme. 401 South Sixth Street. *r. WANTED TO BUT CLEAN cotton ragi, "" Will pay 10c ner FOR RENT--MISCCIXANEOUS FOR RENT Brick itorc building, 20x40, yfltd plenty of parking space. Goad for grocery itort, office*, or other businftis, Gas furnace heat. Phone 2413. · ffrnNfifil?f~rfr»m apartmtnt. lowe'r * HOOM hnuae n^ar town anrj _rhurchei. _Phon* 1151 r v r n i n u r ROOM for rent. Block weal o( aquare. _Php_ne _29SJ. FURNISHED" apartment, 2 rooms a'nfl h a t h . 801 Loular Phone lltt. JEAUTiri/L ti)ree "room furniiheri a p a r t m e n t , one Mock amtth of the rint Aria Center «t Mt Oiark Avr. A d u l l a only. Completely private inuillei Call ia». "UftNISMtD 4 room mndtrn aparl- m r n t . P r l v a l r h a t h , hardwood rloori. V e n e t i a n blind*. ( a r h R K e dlhpoial u n i t . New Brnrtlx waaher and dryer. Karate. No dofi. 155 DO p?r m o n t h , u t l l l l l e t partly paid. Phoni IM. Kvcrll E. Camphell._ Ro'oM J4 HOUR StSviCf ON Hrmttltchlng, Plcoling, Covtred luttem, lunon Holci, Tollottcj Mli« and lucklu. Special Attention given Ma Orders. Satlifaction or Money Bock. SINGE* SEWING MACHINE CO - " *'*· Sl " t '» T "" vl "* Txcovoting - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing H. H. JONES. Contractor 537 E..I.,aI»yeUe, I!ox *« I,'. Sti. phone 14BO, faycttcvllle Call H L StcwUfi Rooflnf Contr.elor Aim, Antoalo* Sidlni nomr^palj^^Phone^ I Q l l J E X C A V A T i T G B U L L D O Z I N G Gruvel, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T 0 N Phone 149 rw. HTH ELEGRIC CO. % Quality Initalleri _ _ _ ^_ aurf.tft,T-'v*ri»Tian 'bllnda nfccTaTurnf- num window Kreeni ant* av/tnnKS. Frit fa'.lmateli. Oab« Cciuor. 4 f ! South Lrru«t. Phonr 10IK ruKJ!ALR-kC/U, ESTATK ACREAGE n p i v r m r n l · SMALL All close In nnri ATTENTION STOCKMEN If YOU ABE nr.ADY TO BUY we I'.'u.' f" 1 * a! "" b * tl ""crw In MV Arkinui, from IM t» ·t.loti acrri II taXca |o»d land to iisw Kond fraia and our llitinn will fprak for Iheroitlvti fn tnll re- apert. lorlttnn and wittr plin a jrcal part, too . ·-, IM ACHES with .1W riptn villtr Ind. watfr «oln( lo «-aat#, fr»aa too.-vni of the bin nock Mrna inr^Mrc. A nlace to tike print in awntrtmp. NEIL SAWREY, BROKER Standard Really Co, LATE MODEL AUTO W I U j he *cceptrrd m part payment nn w r l J lnra!cd three bedroom bunsalow If you want nice hiriJ- wood floori. ronmy eiOMti. kltchin h i i i i t i n A . floor f u r n a c e ind ttc , it i b a n t a m , you are re«ding Ehe riiht n r i v r r t u p r n c n t . Contact ui now (er InsporUon. 516 MISSION STREET E X C E P T I O N A L L Y nice tw*» b*f*fOOm h u n t t n l o w tn b* Klllnf *t lew thin j,7.srm(if). M i n y f t n * f t i t u r w tueh «n polnhed nak floorlni. thermo- « t n i r d floor f u r n a c e , roomy clo«t', k j t r h c n bulltini *nd «te. Xwa l a u n d r y rftellltlet on clott* Vin k i t c h e n porch, «nrt thli h»mt It wry J i t t r « v ( | v » l y dccoritcri, PlcaM 4* not f*fl in ln«p«ct thl« fin* 1^1 ui thow you Phon« Hammond Realty Eve. Pho.« H. D. Hummon* IJtl". _ J. A. Jirvii L O O K S WHAT nnly 9l.IM.oe will VUT Jl i hriihl, rU*n, ntwlv ···*»« tntf. inf »p«ci in kitchen, 2 Urn bedroom* «nd · imaiMf «*w, AU-with hl| cloMli. Attrictlv* itviNf tttom. Modern Hath, Hardwood flooH tv- c*pt tmol«um tn kitchen *n4 bath. New floor furnact, |DM hot wtt«r tank Plenty eltctrlc outlttf. CVjt* to ichnoi nnd market. Fine tira«n ·pot. In 51» if let of food, twrwr* occupied imill he^**. MEIER REALTY co. Phon. o' Orark Itl Bld. nfi S*r*tt. fl. phon* . by owntr. l , fruit rtlUr. Night! 27MJ »cn etc. M O D E H N 2 ht(lroi r h l r h c n hn , 7 nrros, harn nntf . rl»»ctPlclty. « mile city |lmlt«.^Phnn ROOftf u n f u r n i s h e d no tun. 1M5M4. * p » r t m c n t HIGH ovrn iaa ran«e, »9 50; porrh awin«. S4.9S: h u f f e l . (l«»ri: newly rcnovflled mattrcssci. Sls.so: Kew u n n n i n t e d d i n e t t e t a h l e . J6..'0; upholstered occasional chairs. $7.50. Lloyd's T r a d i n l Post. H i g h w a y 71 Somli. nfar Ptirdy's Store The Chinese are believed to have been the first to ra.ise nilk- Johnnie Bell Guthrte, all of Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Alma Rich nnd Mrs. Inez Butts, hoth of No- cani. Texas; »nd two sons, C. A. and Max Johnson of Hogers. Mn. Ofhn lurkett Llncnln-(Speclal)-Mrs. O « h « Burkett, 81, lifelong resident nf the Summers community died at her home there ytFterda.v morn- inn. She is survived by one son Vmi ftET MCR TMT wild this FORD Mill UT«A I* MIIM»r ABSHIER-BRYAN "Your friendly Ford Dealer" WR hnve t h n t K i n d of an o p p o r t u n i t y for a man w i t h direct gelling PX- pcriencc. pur m a i n t r n a n c e p r o d u c t n other maintenance rn.itcrinls t h n t our men have no competition. Cent r a l l y Located Warehouses. No ihortflgn« if you nre between .10 nnd 6f), have rar ami can s t a r t work i m m e d i a t r - l y , w r i t p Colonial n e f l n l n n lh Chrmicfil Co , N a t i o n a l Broadcasting BiiiklinR, Cleveland 14, Ohio CHINCILI.AS NOW avallftbl*. limited Hunpl Chinchillas. Re.ti»!ereri N. C Vfsiton welcome. quality B A. Free l i t e r a t u r e . 518 G u n t e r . MONET TO LOAN FHA HUME LOANS Low interest, long terms L'TLEY AND COMPANY. INC. c 2203 · Jd~pl* __ Gym. Cljarctte hirh i JWC. Gradun^lon _ _ . LOST, lady's Orur S u n d a y In or __ i(o|d near _ wri'si "wafrh W a s h i n g t o n FOR SAI,r-- HOME NFF.DS 4 ROOMS prarflcall.v n r w f u r n i t u r e , Chfap Sara Jlunhrnitn. Oornlis, A r » _ k a n f t i i , DE'BUTANTE COSMETICS, DULLER BRUSHES. PHONE 1548 . 40x11. TELEVISION SMAIJ, Kmcrson rnnsole nmdcl w i t h booster. J7.VUO. Tri-smto Salei C o , ^^1 __W'eBt pltkson. phone Sl.V LIKE now 7 cubic foot ColiUpni 'jJeep"- frf-oje. Uied only month*. $200. Also Wcftttnehou.w LsunrlroniBt. S i u n o n . Can be seen W a R h l n i t o n Tr.insfrr W n r p h n i i i r p IMione _42. ^0 Ct:mc ~ f o n t r o m m e r r U O "di^r U'rsltnRhorjsf; t r f h o x . 2 y r n r s old iMOd o n l y in a horn-. snriO.on. 12 ciihlr friot !·,? cream b^x type K r l v m a t n r f r c » ' / c r . S3(KlOfl. Bo!h In A - l c n n d l - t i n n L p «n nf vpn C V R a n r h . 3 m l l M out on H i g h w a y IS final. Phone ~ faVmer'a 13 Wlnn'i _ pTan~!V."wiTl~be~ne"n M a r k e t R H I n r r t a y A p r i l _ H e r r y _ K n r r n . West Fork. IIDSTON Terrier p u t i p l e i r M r ~ n F. nnwen. Rt. 2. n e n t o n v l l l e . Phone _536-J-l. _____ 7 PIKCF."»"rt~e»rl.v"Vlci7)Tlan" (ii'r'niriirr llm tjf-cn in one f ; m i l i y ins y f a r R . I ' e r l r r l r o n i l i l n m . COIUJMR nf Jove · e n t . ladlel r h » l r . ( t c n t l e m e n a c h a i r nnd 4 p u l l up c h a i n . S .1.. Wane. __nwner.^It(iterii,^Ark»nsnii. OI.DTOWN" c , " one~bake'« "itas elan chick w a t e r . elan n"?! 1 " ' ' " On your ·KOI, I S A V E furniture ol HILTON ^ ne" 15 " ieeC~aniiare. "MSW "'""' c " n """' n S 7 S M ''""I' OOO1) w brooder --f rv __ n "'!. -- TOMATi). Me.-id T.e'llii'ce". C»ullti(lw7r, n r n r e n l l , l!n,,,el Spnii.la. Cahbnue Planl. P e i u n i a a . pansy p l a n t . . W n d u i l l l.nll,. Tune in pfanl. Has I _How!-r«._ K o u i h School. PIIE'D'S n n l " c u r l V y " a n r v e y n r r i n i M i M r - m e n t complete. xntMHl. D r a f l l n * ma- cbme, l l r u n l n « . Jill (W. W. II. Smith. Kt P n u l . A r k U Q I l O I I S . W i N F S ' l i r l you w i l l I n n In niir W e t t e r n l.lqunr Shop A r n i n p l e l B l i n e of all M a n d a r d and w i l l enjoy « h n p p i n « and h r n n n u r Wr*lr.rn Liquor Mhnp Me l i n o nt all Manilaril a,.,, ilapli- h r a n i l i . rtrimMtlr anct I m i m r u ... -, , , "I. J A C K IIOI.TT. F R O N T I E R TOWN Hlway 71 North. Wide B . 4 -.!". l l"_ Nl !". h . ''·y«;i | !!viiir n ^o chooie from. Free ; »fh^7 K vcj'r"« 1 iri» 0 'nia^ir« If i'iin l np''TM l i' . lut every hour. ,"'' rT *'?.f\ n * :fr *' ··' I Sftuih f;r-n IMrkln| We give UH Oreen Horn pi Phone 1 1770 A N h Y . r'r«pp|hf "phlox "l^tnnn M * f r y · rj ft ^". *? ?".i"l_0rf|| " ' " " " " t 1 um, l.*nlnnii, i-tr riowrri, 4.1 !Vwl Orriri. ^ ^ _ _ _ REAUTirUt- new Ciltfornl* rTnch typf home on 20 ftcrt*, Mtop · moun* t a i n , 8 mi In South of town off H!|h- ·wny 71. Electricity, c l r c u . n t l n g |«i hf*t. r u n n l n f w a l r r . ray»*(tevllle phonr. Every pn«*lhl,* c p m f n r t . W i l l consider r e n t f l to rtsponslht* t*n- a n t d , idulta only. Furnlihtd H 2 S f K l nrr monlh. u n f u r n i i h ^ r t . $100.00 Phont 500M3. J. G. W i l k l n n o n for lntrnrnt. oom luhurbin holJtc . Harden upot. Phone NEW 2 brdrtinm modern and 2 f e r t i l a cro«. C i t y water, fnl and electricity 6. R. Crandell Real Estate Gcnr«e Wolf n_1__North_E;iu _^hf;nf J3M or 1223 A C R E Htock f n r m , c-ropiT.i 1 )rna.J"y'~on Coot! hott.tr. tirirn. c h t c k r n house 2 mock ponds. Located 4 l » miles n o r t h w t - n t of Lincoln.* F r a n k W M.-trlin. roun- 2, l ' « mllfti n o r t h w e s t of Lir.roln^ on Jackson h l s h w a y . ON " ROOM modern houn, i«r»i* IM wmh room comhtnen, largt coivVi Int. 2 block, north »m»u*, Wll t n h * In car. Loan II.fM.OQ, rite* X I . 200 y, \ ROOM m n r f r r n house on South^^y^ NICK modern rot UK. approximefttjy 1 acre on Garland. Pavem*nt- -« SKVKftAL gnotl building lot*. ."X Addington Real Estate ON _ avetl hlfhwiy iVweit, juit'out- acrei. atone vtn**r N p ifde city. S hnuxe. lari* huildin.f». Ph ^ . . oni 1191*4. (Mr». J. A. Gray ) ALSO-- On Cray Avenue. In Bttei Addition, two buildln.1 fitei. nl« vitw, 140x!.on and 14(htlM. Phont -W47J. ( J ^ f f Gray.) ______ .^ THE HIGHWAY THIS house is m i b s t a n t i a l i y buill and U n f » t «nd rlr-in Two a r r n l a n d A modern 5 rnrtm hou^c. rjnsc to Fayrtttvlll' 1 . finished rock-veneer. | plattfrrd. hm hardwood floori. Nice i clnseta find h u l l t i n i . well I n s u l a t e d i Fireplace in J i v i n g room, 'loot* f u r - ' n*ce. hand In 'rvrl. yard * f h a d n f I Good hrotlrr h o u f p for ^.ono. UTII ' equipped. City w a t e r , n a t u r e ] gn» 1 telephone A home y o u ' l l «rijoy. and : « "I''0d value at the price. SI.MO ! rOHTV dcre*. modern 4 room hou-*. | LOANS THREE BEDROOMS WE h.ive four of the nlceit in town, all ntw and ranitng In prict from $10.00000 to $I6.0» 00 Excellent 'loy- tloni And construction. ·« ui ,*f- fore you buy. TWO BEDROOMS ^ WE hivf two e x t r a nice on« wlth-l.II lonn* In force Small down $*ym*nt *nd n m i m e th* halanet. Thttf w«W1 TNC DITTCD ' "t Kl I I tK with fL*T*g __ NEWLY d«*cor«t?d ed *p»rtmrnt. _ 4 room unfurnlih" 4.13 V a n d e v c n t n r . . FIVE "room hou^ *EI?ctr[cf!y. food u-rll. Rrird^n spot, p a s t u r e for cow. _J * '"' Ic "ff HJthwBy 1 £ Ph on* * 12JJ . 3_nOQM ji PA r t m enl. __40jJ5ouih Lo'cuTl . 2 ROOM f u r n f x h ^ d »p«rFm*nt.' Near Unlvf rally. IX Williams. P h o n e .1031. Who's Who For Service Consult You' Classified ---· S e r v i ce Pi recto ry BKAUTY_SM£P5( __ S(nni«'» BeIiuTy~~5Hop K v o n i n f A p p o m t m e n t j i G r e e n l n n r t . Phone fclR4 BKAUTV SHOP liop W a v f l a Sptclally** Phonf 101 (or appolntm«nl c6t,VA'RB r S BEAUTY SMuf~ MM W Meado'v-Phtma am Mach U M - u p Cold wan It up _ btAUTY SHOP RKI.lABLl WOUet ri_K_B10fh · fhoni IM A L I C E S nfAlffV~iHbF~"~ Now up town 7'i r M n u i i t a i n Jit Alice Drrwn. Phone UO . harn. l a y l n n . and broiler c»p*city. . EIGHTY a r r c n f i n e f r r t i l e R r n s 3 i a n d iprlnc, n m a l l s t r r m n L a n d level. f e n c r d Spoil -modern 5 room h o u i f . ·nnd c o n d i t i o n O r n l t r r hmtur for J/tOO. KOfttl him A r«-,illy f m - (t^ck p l a r r . St.fXjn v.ill h a n d l e FOirii room hnui* 1 h s t w c r n F a v c t T r - vlll*- and SprinK't-ilr rn i:. S 71 Wril r o n ^ t r i f i r d . room 1 --, i.'irite lo* frireri for quick s-ilrv St. Tin, t c r m i . nROlLER *-t\ip, 10 oon. m i d r r n S ronm him'*. t t f - i i M i f u l y a r d , v.-pll l o r a f c d . fii ? a r r r i of lan-1 B u i l d : n x ^ NEWLIN-POWELL REALTY South 71 ' i'ho __ INVESTMENT "SPECIAL' a m p l e r j u i h u i l d i n e i . b f i u t i f u l yard, .··.mpi'e shade. )ui*. the pi ice to hnnf up a, family. Price 56.25000- Terms. The Broadhursl Co. 1031 N Cnllcif Phont 2(17 K v c n l n « i J M Tfrrllt. WJ11. K l k l n i A r k AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE CO. A Btlltr Piece la Bur ' nd nTM "Mra. J W. f l w - n r p r C o r s f l l ^ r f H7 Smith U n i v e r s i t y at ' ' ' INDIVim.'AI.t.Y dralanrl fmini)ainin' nirfflcal nipporta. Vivian Qrren, lerrn' Conaiffr*. 211 Nnrlh Catt T»U NAIII.INO rl«iillrtf fHy *r nl|hl Glenn Itat I ant. WF, h a v e J»nt liMrd t h d u p l e x lori(r"| on V i r K . n u A K a r h a p a r t m e n t hai two t i r c r hf-l- ' rooms, w a l k - t n rlrni'tv t i l » h i t h - ! ronm. d i f t a p p c f t r i n K n l . i l r w a y . «nd ! u t t i c mnraac. PXIT.I larjfi* H v i n R j morn, r n r n l d n a f i o t i k i ' f h c n .in'l dm- ! r t t f K i l c h r n n U o h,i«i ( . T c i l i t l P ^ for , · t i t o m i t t l r u - n ^ h r r Tim h i i t l i t i r . ? H ; t n ^ i i l / i t f - d . hai iiici.-il \ ' - ) i r : i ; i n ?ha'i' i » j ( h r f t m h r m l . a-i'om-'Mi- r l r c u l n t t n c w a l l KH* h f f i i r n Th» pn.-c- t* » 1 V - · Soft Th" aparurcn'!! « M I r r n l for · · n n r n x i m a t r l v ^7.'- per m n n ' h LET , tlS SHOW YOt; TIMS T O D A Y Ufley Company, Inc. : R K A I . V O R S I . K N I l K n S I N S f l t O H S ,' Call J J P j e a t l JJM Re. «'IS _ M I I M i e v :-;oi. ne» IM: 'CHOICE LOCATION ...... 1/irATr.l) in t h e h c n u i l f i i ! k v r l Crn- irsl p a r t of r * . v r t t f v H l f at 4.15 N o r t h n i l v r f l v f mini hnrk hoiMp w i t h nlrf hre»k'»it room. In a d d i t i o n f u l l ( t n i i h f d hiiu»n.cnt, eenlr.it |ni f u r n a r r . hirujc n t n f x c e l k n t re. p a i r , locntrd ftn n h f A i i l l f i i l Isnd- Braird broad lot. You r u n h u v ihu n r o p r r t y m * prlrt 'vhich i* t'-wcd on the devalued doiliir. $11. Yoari of Sffrvica 20,000,000 Policyho!d«r» 20% Saving! MUTUAL FIHE AND AUTO INSURANCE THE RITTER AGENCY · "Sovingi.for Pr«ftrr»d Ufley Company, Inc. PLUMBI on I.tNDKHS . ] Prtitl !»V n»a UH L. Ullcr JXU. KM. 1(01 FAYE 'Jlfl N.

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