Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1952 · Page 19
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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NOtTHWBT AMAMAI TUMI, F«yt»»tvHI«, ArlnntM loturtky, Aprft If, ifff OUT OUR WAY ly J. *. Will!.** WHY BOW'T SOU SCHA COME .PLACE OTHER THAN OKI THE STEPS? Springdale Woman Keeps 13,000 Buttons In Unique Collection; Almost All States And Many Foreign Nations Represented By BILLIF, JINES If you are needing a couple of matching buttons, don't go to the button collection belonging to Mrs, J. R. Rose' of Sprinsdale. M r s. Hose has about 13,000 buttons-and very likely she has one you would like--but she has no two ilikel Should you doubt this you may search for yourself to sec if there are any duplications in the collection; others have, but a 11 they found through their search fras eyestrain--and 13,000 different buttons. It is easier lo look at all the buttons than might he imagined, for Mrs. Rose has most of the collection sorted and either sev.-ed tr to large squares of cardboard or strung on strings. One card contains 570 plastic buttons of a vast variety of size and color and shape. Another rainbow of color is made up of 92S glass buttons. There are other cards of china or calico or pearl or metal or jet buttons. One rectangle has ',-een formed Into an American flar by the cleft fingers of the collector. White buttons on s blue lield form the stars, while 13 rows o f . a l t e r n a t i n g red and white buttons make up the stripes. Mrs. Rose's collection contains 100 American military buttons. One plaque contains ''or'eign mili- PLAN TO BUILD St§. Our .Miitriil. G«t Our Piicis. Try Our Strrir* DYKE LUMBER CO. Ijl St. Ch«rl«« CHICK SPECIAL 8c each HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiltr Hatchery r. o. ··« in «r m 312? , Arkansas tr.ry bullons. M a n y of these were acquired by 'the collector's son, Lt. Col. Buel T. Rose, who served ir. the European theatre during World War 11. A *uent 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 tje scissors brought to them, and Colonel Rose left lhat evening with m a n y new items for his mother's collection. The collection contains 2,000 pearl bullons ot several dark shades as '.veil as white. There, are 300 ball buttons strung, 500 wooden ones, many hand-painted, a seemingly endless variety of novelty buttons and even 18 old- fashioned shoe buttons. From'Many Countriei The buttons have crme from EVERYTHING M nd sumits FAYETTEVILLE IKON ond METAL CO. OOVWNMINT AVI. about half the slates a n d f r o m Italy, India, B'rance, Japan, Germany, Egypt, England and Mexico. Mrs. Rose began the hobby in 1938 when she suffered a fall and was required to spend .limp In bed. Her fascination for buttons goes back to her childhood, thouRh, for she cannot remember when the buttons on their clothes were not the first thjng 'she -noticed about anyone she met. The collection is ie«thinK with stories, both of historical a n d h u m a n interest. Perhaps of them all, the one that stirs the imagination most is a plain blue button alone in an envelope. Acroei the envelope the friend who sent the button to Mrs. Rose had written these words, "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 o: 1947." Whether the described dress hac j been blown from the clonet one of the twisted homes whether it belonged to one of the victims of th s t o r ;n who lost i'her, life cannot be said. One thing ' is sure, though, t h a t each button of the collection has been \vorn by someone, somewhere with perhaps sorrow or joy or fear affiliated" with its history. The common blue button brings to mind one clear-cut memory 01 an Ozark village laid to waste and of the saddened faces which searched later for just a fragment of what had hours before. Elkins Schools Close Monday; Exercises Held Diplomat Presented To 27 Seniors By Fred Starr Elkins-(Sp*ci»l)-The E l k I n s itAooU, will cloie formally Monday, tndini an eiKht-month term. Graduation ex«rcls«« v.'crt conducted Thursday ni(fhl with Circuit Judje Miupin Cumminfs of rtyetteville delivering the principal oddresi. Diplomat were presented to 27 graduating seniors by Fred Starr, superintendent of ichoolj. R u t h Bnilrijht was valedictorian, end Joann Coif salutatorian. Annual awards u-ere marie by Principal Efton Swift. Bobby Joe Ath» »nd Mary Jean Davis won athletic medals, while citizenship honors went to Ralph Wilson and Roberta Reed. The school spirit award went to Trophia Fields. Members of the senior class, accompanied by Frances Broylns and Starr, will leave Siloam Springs by t r a i n Tuesday night for a three-day visit to New Orleans, La. Jbituary Robert I. W-lk«non TunerM services for Robert I. Wilkerson, 14, resident of Purdy, Mo., who died Sunday, were to be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home by the Rev. Norman Dr«ke. Burial was to be in Stucky cemetery. Pallbearers were Elmer Johnson, Jack and Harry Wilkinson. Ollic Crum, Dewey Maxey, Fred Bohannan. John Hollawey, tnd Ray Hughes. Malcolm Frederick Crider Malcolm Frederick Crider, two- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Crider of Greenland, died last night at 11:45 o'clock in the City Hospital a f t e r an illness of two days. He was born March 11, 1980, in Fayetteville. He is survived by his parents; two brothers, Michael and Marion Crider, both of. the home; his paternal grandparents, 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 Watts, and Mrs. Irene Guadalajara. Funeral services be conducted Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Burial will be In Baptist Ford cemetery. MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL been theirs a few Births Mr. ind Mn. Jack C. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Hill ot Fayetteville announce , the birth of a son, April 18, »t the City Hospital. . CASH PAID FOB DEAD ANIMALS · Phont Colltel 1151 FirttitTilU, Arkinui Joplin Hindering Co. Mr. and Mm. Charles M. Smith Mr.-and Mrs. Charles M. Smith of Springdale announce.the birth of a son, April 18, at the County Hospital. Japaneit On Strikt * Tokyo-(/P)-More than 2,700,000 Japanese c o m m u t e r s were stranded today liy strikes against privately owned railroads and buses. It was part of a 24-hour protest strike against government passage of an anti-subversive bill. The Chinese are believed to have been the first to rajse silk- Chorltt lurten Laney Charles Burton Laney, 72, lifelong resident of Greenland, died this morning at his home after an. illness of eight months. He was born at Greenland, the son of Green C, and Emily Laney. He was married in 1900 to Lillie Josephine King at Sulphur City, and WHS a member of the Presbyterian Church. He is .survived by his wife, of the home: six daughters, Mrs. Hazel Hartley of Susanville, Calif., Mrs. Thelma Gibson and Mrs. Pauline Shumate, both of Westwood, Calif., Mrs. Opal Proffitt of 5usanville, Mrs. K a t h f r i n e Harder of Concord, Calif., and Mrs. Lonlta Imes of Martinez, Calif.; four sons, Garnett Laney of Fayetteville, Thurman Laney of Mt. Clemens, Mich., Kenneth Laney of Fayetteville, and William Lee Laney of Concord; one brother, William Laney of Greenland; 19 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. funeral arranngements, under the direction of Nelson's Funera Home, are incomplete. Oulledie Bgrkftt of the home; one nephew. Clyde Vost of Westville; one niece, Mrs. Mary Bond, Rueton, La. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow after-noon at 2:30 o'clock at the Baptist Churrh of Westville. Burial will be in t h e Westville cemetery under the direction of the Luguibucl Funeral Home of Lincoln. Paratrooper Killed Tpkyo-(/P)-An Anjerlcan paratrooper wjs killed In a practice drop yesterday near Beppu in Southern Japan, Far East A i r Force Headquarters announced today. His name was withheld. FQ* _SALE-- NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D A D S Rite: } centr per word slnii* In- Mrtion Three consecutive jnifrtioni 7 centi per word. Minimum order 42c C la «I fled adi cash in udvonce--nol Liken over the telephone. Deadline for classified «d»: H.30 a. m dally: 3:30 a, m. Saturday Correct loni «nri rerun cheerfully made iflcr first insertion No corrections or rerun madt after id has expired. ' NOTE: Advertising copy for other pages ii due at 12 noon the day pre- ctedinf publication; 12 noon Snturday (or publication on Monday LFGAL NOTICES WARNING ORDEK In The Chancery Cturt Of WMtlfufftBN Ctiinty, Arkanitt Suzannah Campbell 1'laintiff vs. Joe Campbell, Jr., Defendant The ·Defendant Joe Campbell. Jr., Is warned In appear In this Court w-ithm t h i r t y days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff Jn the above entitled cause. Witness my hand and seal of this Court this 28th dny of March. 1032. I SEAL) Richard H. Grccr Chancery Clerk 29 April 5-12-19-c ~sny "debts out- Signed Chester NOTICE NOT responsible for side of my own. Lee GOSK. POULTRY CrflCK Special: Herls. riocks. Crossn* |6.B5--100. Larjc type hroiler chicks $1!K-~]00. plus postage. COD, live delivery. P-G Chicks, Box 2095. K«n- «·« City. Mo. SPECIAL -- Goose Incubator custom hitching, set every Monday. Place orders now for day old goslings. Geese are profitable! Health)', live on grass! Delicious meat. Money and labor savers for weeding berry crops, orchards, etc. Guarantreri live delivery. Ancell-Lawson G o o s e Hatchery, 3600 ' Gateway Drive. Highway 71. Joplin. Mo., Phone 212V BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR sale, fine crocery and market in Stilwcll, Oklahoma, doinitt Jfl.oon Phone 666 monthly, choice location, invoice « clock about $2.Mo.(m. equipment, j:heap rent. Wilt lease equip 10 WEEK old pin. No Sunday aala» · Gothan. U I W l . PVOUNO OIC «omi from r«I«7iTfM »lnck. G. J. Glenn. Cnmti,_^,rjc. FOR work homca and rMInf "horifi. irt Jim Ltstrr at Hllton'i anle Barn FOR SAI.R-^AUTOMOTIVK MIDDLEBROOK MOTOR CO. 1947 Pontinc Torpedo 8 todor. Radio ond healer. .$ 735 1951 Plymouth 2-door. .$1850 1948 Chevrolet Pickup. .$ 835 1947 Chevrolet Flotline 2-door. Radio ond heater. , .$865 1942. Olds Club Coupe. Radio and Dealer. Good tires !' $325 1948 Chevrolet '.i-lon. N e w · tirei $785 1949 Dodge Pickup $725 1940 Olds 4-door Sedan. New tires $400 1939 Chevrolet. A n i c e · one $385 1949 CMC U'j-lon. Long wheel base, excellent tires $895 Lots of Other Bargains lo Choose From " I'm trylnf ··! tha molt rcclp* tonlffkt, J»ar" 1041 _ronp_plcku,i._rhon« "iSMJf ·47 CHEVROLET' Firctiino. m ' d i o and heater. S83.1 nn. '43 Chevrolet 4 door sedan, rarllo and heater JS»5.0(1. '46 Studcbakrr. radio, hcal- cr, overdrive. SK5.00. All in s°od condition. See fit 313 East Rock Phone 1377. 1SI8 v-r,2 CADILLAC. exMijenTTon- dillon. will Ir.cle iiqully for iood gmall cnr__W£ile K-£». ?;TlnK«. '47 S~T 3 A"sSEN"OK!rl.vmoiilh""coupe New tlrcH, radio and h e n l e r . Priced _tp_ tell. Call __I07». 193(1 DESOTO" do'or cuiloni lennn. 17.000 milefi, new cor condition. Orls- in«l owner. $1,.110.03. Call H26W. 51S Went Mnplf. PACKARD-WILLYS Sales' -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO 208 North Block NOW FOR BALE--MISCBLlANFOTm KEVStONE qunlily iced LewU Broi. Co. Inc. rjulk. FOR JKENT--MISCKLI.A.VCOUS COMTOJlTABtE~lctplnjc room, f i r i l floor, £flv«j«Jkiith. *,t23. NEWCV" dfcor*Trd 3 Vo7.m ijnfufpTi'h- F.rrJClKKCY npurim'nt.* I'rwfttr b»th 1 ROOM *p(rlm#nt, /ufnbjh^d or u n - ! _jfurnliih»d Phon* 2HMJ.3 ONK »nrl (wo room n p i r i m c n t , r'rst d»lr*. Phont M2J 2 RKftROOM' dupW" _hlffk« m .^ LA ft Off iVtrlroom. f j r « ( floor" privVfo ' cnirtnrr Nf*r ifjuirc. Men onJj- ' _ . _ ,, _ . ,, _ i OR 4 room i i n f u r n l i h M ip.irtmiint ; All u l l l t t i r * paid. l ' j h!nrlc« of c.trn- i pu». R e i) h u ri A p j n m c n u . J'hone ' I* S !SL^J_" 5 «- _J L I NEW 2 ~ 'bedroom rtuptc")fT""fKf V\i*, flnla. NffH 1 rchonli. U n i v e r s i t y «nrf j nil new hnm* nrldltton. IDEAL MATTRESS CO. Quality new mattret and matlrtis renovating. Phone 3036 ' 401 WEST OICKSON R A I N B O W TROUT lold dilly"°Pnone 8pr!n(d»le 3201. Ourk Trout Firm Neir Johnson. FOR HAl.t OR TKAPR '6(1 HUDSON Pictmnker. tow mlleme. Good condition. Will irtttit for old model cur or J250.0I! c«sh «nd f i - nance balance. Phone 327H, H p r l n f - dflle. ***r*f FOR EXCHANGE ap rt .. mcnt. Ted Sebastinn. Stllwell, Oklahoma. INSTRUCTION WE - WLLL TRAIN YOU TO BE A TECHNICIAN IN ONE OF AMERICA'S LEADING INDUSTRIES I F You can qualify--thin could be your chancK for future security and the kind of work you like. You must be between thn ages of 18 nnd 5S and have I h f - e q u i v a l e n t of an 8th Grade Education or more . . NO EXPERI ENCE necrflsary--but. must be willing to t r a i n in spare time at home . . . :W1II not interfere with present job). For full details and f u r t h e r information on hoU- you mav be nhle qualify--Write giving age and crtuca- lion to BOX K-62 care of TIMES HELP WANTED--FEMALE FOUNTAIV hnd frill help; ' " enced preferred. Chuck Drivc-ln^ South 71. WANTED: Saleslady, prefer one who an do some office work. Garden- hJrp's Jewelry.^ ALTERATION lady wnntert for n smaTl ladip* rpHtty to wear. Write Box K-6fi. 7rTimei. Wagon C. H. Johnson, Sr. Rogers-(Special)-F u n e r a 1 ar- ranjfementE are incomplete for C. H. Johnson, Sr., 64, Rogers Route 2 farmer, who died yesterday rhorning in a Fayetteville hospital after an illness of three weeks. The Dfrf y was taken to the Callison-Forter Funeral h o m e " ere. Mr. Johnson came to Arkansas 12 years ago. He had been a life- ong farmer. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Annice Johnson; five daughters, Miss Pearl Johnson, Mrs. Mac Leonard and Mrs. lohnnie Bell Guthrte, all of Los Angeles, Calif., Mr?. Alma Rich and Mrs. Inez Butts, both of No- cana, Texas; and two sons, C. A. and Max Johnson of Kogors. Mrs. Oiha Burkttt Lincoln-{Spccial)-Mrs. O * h a Burkett, 81, lifelong resident of he Summers community died at her home there yesterday morn- She is survived by one son, YOI'LL fiET BACK FORD ABSHIER-BRYAN "Your friendly Ford Dealer" WAITRESS, apply in person. Wilson Cafe. Phone 293, SITUATION WANTED WANTED, baby sitting job from Jl lo 5 . P h o n e 542 J. SALESMEN' WANTED OPPORTUNITY for full or paTT.irne huiines.i in rily of Fayctleville sup? lying consumers with Hawlcigh rodUcts. Nn rapltal needed. Also other localities available. Write Rawlelgh'ft Department AKD-1.10- ^G^JMemphls. form. RARER "THAN ~YOUTHINK~" i THE opportunity to make 57.500 the : first .year and up to $30,000 your FOR SALE-- MIKCKl-MNfORS COMPLETE tiro rpL-appinjJ nhon.~~$ ninlrt. f f t t t n e , nir compressor ssno 00 P. O. Box 4S2, Joplin. Missouri, _phpno_G92p._ ___ BEAUTIFUL SIGNET* pi/TNO AVAILABLE for remaining hnlanc-r. casv terms, Credit Department R O D M A N PIANO COMPANY, 3(1 K Iflth Eircel. Tulun, Oklahoma. Phone 4-B330 or 4-7050. _ USED 7:00x15 t i r««"~flmT TuheTrClTTsTiTj! out hargninF. Elarncs Q a r n f f , 400 South School. ______ WHISKEY" Iwrrrls-for wtmTor cider. Guaranteed Hound white osk. SO fill- Inn*. X4.9S. chock or money order. Freight, coliert. Dinlillori Coonerane Co.. Box Ei), Lnwrrnrcburi, ln- rtinnn. COMPLETE hou sc trailer Roidnhlc. L!o,yr1 TrnrtlnK Pout. Highway! 7l · -Jjg"l h _J]lt»- rr Purdy'i fltore. lf8M. URfD baby bed. J5.00. f and wnnd Ing tnhlc kitchen E^it. M.I so Phone 129U. NIC . . . lrfinf metal hi*h chair, 310.00. rfresi- with mirror top. SS.OO, uth Kant. ____ large fishing worms. P K o n e WILL TRADE per m o n t h inrnm* property. Well located in Fayetlcvlllc for (arm. RUSSELL REALTY 29 NORTH BLOCK PHONE 1S3B MA1TRESS R E N O V A T I N G Cotton MntlrMsrj null; Intn G u « r » n i f f d I n n r r i p r i n ^ i Hnllywnod Bfdl Made To Order ONK D\Y firnvirK -PHONK 2771 Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO. iz!__RTMi_ih J 1 ^* 1 ! . Hl TBAC'rOlTfarrton nlowlntf. I'fin'nV^Gt for information 1 orros - ROADS - CI.EARINO OUN KARNES AND P.I.I.1S WILSON 31HW 2«UJ DITCH t FOOTINGS--w a t a r, 2ak and dllchei. Reptle tank holes D and back filllnr Call 2l:t Davli 24 HOUR SERVICE ON Hrmititehlng, Plcollng, Covertd luitom, Button Holtt, Tollottd Btli'i and Bucklti. Special Attention given Mall FOR SALR-HEAt, tBTATl ONK bedroom homt. ·Vactlfaljy Mw. Il.asn.oo fjQ Holly, 1MW. TWCTEXTRX SPECIAL VAIUFSI ( N E A R New Hish School-3 room j suburban hungilow with ;li«th, I «rmce porch, xarafe 4nd \y^rk- | .«hip; automatic t,aj fur'aice, j k i l c h f t n hm extra built-in *ft«- I t u r n : b e a u t i f u l l»'.vn with iTfade trrrr. -J e x t r a large loti, A $^3GO v a l u e for almost two-thirds. | SI.SOD w i l l handle. UNTIL A P R I L 2.1th ONLY. ·2 C'HOICE reni'l»n.e l o t i ; 3 h l n r k j frnrn C'ampua; 3 blocks from New High School; idMi /or home r.r investment property; - pavement and ildewalk. SPECIALLY PRICED 'til May I. J. D. EAGLE, Realtor ; rhon* 331 UP-TO-DATE BROILER FARM 12'» ACAES. w i t h i n «v« mJJ« of rityf.\*tvl\\t. juii off paved hlih- wav. Good. im/iAth prnductlv* soil B mom modern rmriancB, trill] h i n e m e n t , ihr»i* r*r fsr«(e. Ml x" n * · t r u r M n n 30.000 broiler ip4c(ty, nii'v tnuippiid with (fid eortviittri. m i t o m n f i r uaf*ri?r». nitunl fa* ind «:?. Atimj-md Uylnf houi» for «oo hi»ni. ONJf OF TKE BEST chfcXtn rAnrhc* in n i t N'W Arlcftnm T ACRES, lasted within /nur ffiirei of ravritevillp. All Ifval, »m»oth nTnducm« t»rtd * roomi ind B9th. f u l l y mntiarn rMfdtnne. with (oil M i f r n - n t . n a t u r a l fxi. w(d« ?on- ^reti pnrrh Gnod b u r n , broiler h^uss z.ftm iw us for jnod /irmi or » ma 11 f t i h t i r b a n t r a r t n HAMMOND REAITY CO. .1 Phone 7« r Backitrom Phoni 2735-L-I ATTENTION STOCKMEN If YOU AttE H E A D Y TO BUY, w* rHve «omc rf the h*»t rtnehtl m M% A r k a r t M i . from HO tn ' I I M IIITM n u k f n tood lind to frow ond prat» §nd our Hit (nil will spr«k fnr thtmi«lvis in tmi re- B p f f i , I n r a l i n n and water pliyi a frpflt p a r t , tfln 130 ACRES w i t h 3IJO open vtll*y ifBd wnlar ffnln* to WJIB|J. f r i i i too.-rtno m the h«»t i tacit barn* tnyv/h^r*:. A p!*rc to ink- prldtt in ownfrifrip. NEIL SAWREY, BROKER Standard Realty Co. 2?_E_M m injj|ljri___Phqn?...H^-lW-f SalUfnctlon or Money Ordtrs. Back. SINGE* SEWING MACHINE CO 18 S.I. St.. FajettevlU* IATE MODEL AUTO WILL he ««eptrd . . . . . . . . . . . . ivrll nnyment bedroom WANT TO^ RENT PAETUftE. l'iioh« «6 LARGE Kouser tlnftirnlBhed. . R»fhel'L Home, 409 South Blxth Slr^et. Ronen. WANTRI) TO BUT (ton CLEAN pound ..... rafl. Will pay hie P" Bring to Time* otflc*. FOR RENT--MIKGELLANEOUfl FOR RENT BONE MEAL PEAT MOSS VIGORO ALL PURPOSE GARDEN SPRAYS Lewis Bros. Co., Inc. FilGIl oven (as range, "Wln«, $4.Pf: b u f f e t . ] renovated mattrcssps. porch newly New . .._ pninted dfneite tahlc. SB.50; .... bolstered chairs. S7.50 Lloyd'* Trading Post. Hlchway 71 Smith, n r a r Purdy'* Store. sernnd. Many men with exceptional j BUILDING. 4nxfl, fully pqulpped fnr belling ability n r v r r get the ;hfl,ice. ] U nch room, moved Price We have that Kinrt of an o p p o r t u n i t y $750 00. Phone UlfiR. or HIM for a man w n h , d i r e c t ,,,,,,,,,,. TELEVISION periencc. Our maintenance products are ncccfsitlcs, yet so different from other maintenance materials that our men have no competition. Centrally Located Warehouses. No! ff£ ·hortagrs. If you are between .10 .' and 60. have car and can start work immediately, write Coloninl R e f i n i n g Jit Chemical Co.. National HroMri- ca.illne Building. Cleveland 14, Ohio. CHINCILLAS NOW avnllab]*, limited ttuppl Chlnchlllns. RegiKtered N. C. quality - . B A. Visitor" welcome. Freo literature. See at Clyie" Timbrook, 518 Runler. MONET TO LOAN FHA HOME I-OANS I,ow interest, long Icrms UTLEY AND COMrANY. INC. Phone 2203 LOST AND STRAYED, one red -- .... f, week* old""pig. ·ard. Pbone 944M4 or IfiRCT ELKINS Gym Cigarctts lighte'r. en- grnvlnn .IWC. Graduation nr*-n*«n' LOST, lady's Grurn gold wrist -*ntcFi Sunday in or near Washington H o t e r n e w a r d . FOR SALR--IIOME NFRD8 ROOMS prartlcnll.v nrw f u r n i t u r * Ch««p. Sara Bvishniftn. Combs, Ar- jtiu-iiiii. DEBUT ANTE~~COSMETTCST FULLER BRUSHES. PHONE \S4t !! SAVE !! On your furnilure at HILTON BROS., Hiway 71 North. Wide. selection )o chooss from. Free parking. Bus every hour. We give 54H Green Stampi Phone'1770'- SMALL Emrrson console model w i t h bonnier, $75.00. Trl-St3tc Sale* Co . """ West Dickson.^jihonp SJ3. LIKE new 7 cnhlc foot Co)diTpitt"beer freeze. Uied only * month«, $200 Also Weiilnghniiflf Liiundrnmat. $JOn oo. Cnn he srcn Wa«hin«tnn j"rnnsfcr Wjirchoiise._J'horie 2 ) CU'fVlC "ton'' riimrnerrlM" 2 "door \Vfs tin ({house Icebox, 2 years old, mrrl only In a horn-. S.r.O.W. 12 cubic foot ice rrenm h:»x type Krlvinator frprrcr. S2(K1 Oft. nrih in A-l condition. Can ic- socn C V R.inrh. 9 miles out on Highway H5 cnst. Phone ^KRHY p);ints, will be nr»r Farmtf r * Market .Snlurday. April 13. Winn'» -Ji f L r - 1 '_Z firi :2 i _^': !lt f o r k ' BOSTON T?rrler~p";ip^,e»7"MfiiTR~K Bowcn. Rl. 2. Bcnlonvlllc. Phone 7 PIKCE net fnrly~Vi7torlari furrTlTur? Has hrcn in one f n m l l y ins ye«rn Perfect condition. Consist of Jove K--nt, ladten rhftlr. sentlrmfn'i c h n i r and 4 p u l l up ohn.ri S .!,. Wurle. -- _ OLHTOWN _ f e e t , square Pftonff GOO13 wonri rVnff*r"o'm brooder slnvf. ,1fi c| MM 0fik posls __ Phnne chirk water- 1151U. _ . _ _ _ . TOMATO/Head f,rlfi?r "CauliJTowTf. firoccol Sprout*. CnhhqRf plum*. TYtimlM).. pinny plums, C adtoll hvilhs Time to plunt. Rayi Mp_wrr.v .South School. I'HFIJ\S"nnd"CuflryViirveVrtMTnitf'nt mm i complrtr. SRO.OO. U r n f l l n g m*- -- ....( w h rrt II rnloy Jihoppinit und hrntin- our W f s t r r n Liquor Shop A -W1NFH- you will Jnj? in rni np!M2 !Jn Brick store-building, 20x40,ryfrh plenty of parking space. Good for grocery itor», office*, or other businftit. Got furnace heat. Phone 2415. · 4~fnhm apartment, lo* e r rfll_lociiion._Phone 1774. home near town ~ anrl _churchci. ^Phone (151 evening*. ROOM for "rent. Block welt of flquare. Phone 29M. FURNISHED apartment. 2 room* anfl hath. 201 LoufifjJ^hone ISM. _ _ _ three room furnlihed ppnrtrflfnt, one block louth of the Fin* Arts Center *f 202 Oi«rk Ave. A d u H d only. Completely prlvnie. \Hllilicv Call 23O. FURNISHED 4 room modern jipirl- ment. Private h*!h, hardwood Moon. Venetian hlindi, fnrbaxe ditpoiaj unit. New Hendlx waiher and rtryrr, R a r n f f , No do*. S5B 00 per m o n f h , utilities partly pHld. Phone 150. Evertt E. CjBrnphe]|.^ 4 ROOM home, elertrlcTty, no !t*k. '.i mile city Um!t«. Phone I65SM4. .ROOM un/urnlshed ipartment. BEAUTIFUL new California ranch type home on 20 acres, atop a mountain. B miles South of town off K l f h r way 71. Electricity, circulating tut heat, r u n n i n g water, FtyrtlevMle phone. Every ponMnle comfort. Will connider rentrl to r«iponjible len- snlt, idultB only. Furniiherl $125.00 per month. unfurnished. $100.00 Phone .VK)M3. J. G. Wilkinson for appointment. with Ramie, H1BR or 709. om mihui'hfln hou«« curden upot. Phone NEWLY decorated 4 room unfurnliih- rd apartment. 4.13 Vandcvcnter. Phone M7R4. _^ ROOM apafrrncnt. Phone 12T2W. Electricity, good rn spnt, paiture for cow. r Highway IB Phone MM1. : IVE room houif. well. p«rnn spnt, puiiure Jjrjnilr off '"-^ " ~ - nupM Vp» r frn enj7jF5~So uif iT'Lo'c'iiTi ROOM furniiihed »p8rVment~Neir trnlveriity. IK Wli.lima. P h o n e 3031. Who's Who For Service Consult Your Classified BEAUTY SHOPS Ston«'i Beauty Shop F.venlnc Appointmfnti Creenlfinrt. Phon* W«vei a _ Phone_JB1__for appointment COLVARDS" BEAUTY SWlF" »( W Meado-v-Phon. 3001 M«ch l3.W-up Culil mve ti up « florcnct r *\iof PHiCKE'lT'S BKAUTY SHOP ftEUARLI WORK "XTicFs BEAUTY SHOP Now HO town T'.i K Mr.iintitln fit Alice Dor*:;,;. Phone Cid . iii itiplf hninfli. -;-,,fifa;;., and I m p f t r u nt .tACK IIOI.TS KRONTIKR TOWM _^jritlr»___Nnr(! t _;jij«ltM'i!i« ; PLANTS, fnmatcr r^pT^i"." brorrolf. ( w t n e r vrg.-iflhk plnntl. J'hnnft 29 . B */"_L fHiwtTi. « Smilh r.rrfi PAN'Sv. freepms" r.hi. : .)."Wftni' ?. Berry^i Flower*. 4S flotith Or*ff ~ " " Mn. J W. flprnrer Cnnetlrre 1J7 South_nnlv»r»ily St A x e m t u m . L»nt»nn, rtr Pl.onf 2t3l! ~ riowcri. 43 South Grei». I N D I V I D I I A I . I . V r t f * l « n M f o u n r l M m n and nirfir*! Atipporti Vivian Gr^rn, reRlitrrrd Cnrietierfi. 211 North r.Jiit. Phone 7MJ HAULING Haiillni Day «r n i f h l Call Glenn Rar am. Excovating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing H. H. JONES. Controcror 537 E..I,nfs.vcltc, Box M3 U. Sta. Phone 1480, taycttovllle ·'OR ' CflM H L Roofing Contractor A110, Atboito* Sldlni "TffAviffii'ir B U L L D O Z I N G Grovil, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T 0 N Phon. 249 JTW. fffll ELEORIC CO. ^Quality ImtalUri BWMP5:i: «POWER WWJfJ.a^.Wtir fork 8UH-T1L1 'Vtrifttian hlindiTnlid niunil- num window icrcrni anc nwn frto titlmate*. On be ccincr - IflIB -- ~ Ij K-- KEAf. ESTATE P^rt toratfd thrci iiungrtlow if you want nice wood floon, roomy elouti. kitchen b u i l t l n n . floor furnace and ate . t\ * bargain, ynu arf rending the rlfht ndvi-riiirmt-nt. Contact u» now lor Insprrtlon. 516 MISSION STREET EXCEPTIONALLY ntt I we bariroom bungalow to ha iftlllnf it leu than J7,50fi.oo. Msny fin* (*tturai «uch n» polished onk floortnu. thermo- nitifrd flonp f u r n a c e , roomy cloietx kilrhcn bul] tin* and etc- KUo t.iundry flcilHlc* on cloied -'.in k H c h r n porth, Jind thii homt It »try not f a i l to Inipect thlt Mn* bprttln. Let us ihow you phont isi ^ Hammond Realty Co,- Eve. Pho i# H. D. Hammond 13?af^ ___ J. A. Jirvi* J5VWW "1 L O O K ^T HAT only l,:so,oo will buy. Ot'i bright, elf in. newly pilntfld ind ndpsred. Modern c«bin«t» , and dining ipac« in kitchen. 2 Urge bedroom* and * imatltr on*, ·ll'vith big cloMti. Attractlv* living toom. Modern hnth. Htrdu-ood (lodri K cant linoleum in kitchen ind bith. New floor furnace, good hot witir tftnk Plenty electric outleti. Closs in school nnd market, ftne gira«n upot. In dlitrlct of food, owner- sll hom«i. . REALTY co. · SMALL ACREAGE , All close In nnd nn p-ivcini-nt I NKW 2 bedroom inorlcrn and 10 fertile ! acre*, r h i c k r n hou\p. harn. ' M O D K R N Z bedroom, 7 ncrcs, bnrn and chicken house. I NEW 2 bedroom modern and 2 fertile City wnler, |a arid elrcirlelly G. R. Crandell Real Estate Georee Wolf !0 ACRE Block fnrm, crop! already "on Good hounc, barn. rhlckcn house. 2 "lock pondi. Located 4'.. mileJi norlhwcM of Lincoln. «Frnnk W M n r i t n . routr 2. !'« mllci northwest jOf_Llncoln on .Inck^on hlghwny. "ON 'THE' HIGHWAY THIS house is nub-unntinlly built and Ii neat and clean Two .irrei land. A modern S room house, close to Fayettevillf. Kinlihed rock-veneer, plMlered. hn« hurdwood floors. NIc* closet* «nd biilltlnt, well iriau!«)(*(), Fireplace in living room, Moor furnace. Land in "evd, yarri Ti nhadud Good broiler hou*c for 2.(tn« welt equipped. City w n t r r . n n t u r n i K'I*. telephone. A home you'll enjoy, and a "xnod value nt tn* price S?.;^ 1 ) XORTY acre*, modern 4 room ho UUP. bnrn. laying |IOUM?K, Rarsse and ·lock pond. 7EO young hish-arade n i l l r t N included Near Highway 112. 33.000 will handle. VALLEY i w r n i y . good threp room house, lartre roomi Land all open, mostly li-vrl. plrnt.v of (trass, water. W*l| located. $.1.300. EIGHTY acres fin: f e r t i l e ifrttioland. ·prlnjf. small sirram I.nnd level, fenced Semi-modern s room house, food condition Rrniler house for Z.-'tOf), good birn. A really fma stock ptarr. $4.000 will handle FOUR room hnute b e t w e e n Fayeltc- villr nn't SprlnRdilf nn I.! S 71 Wrll con^tru'-lcrt. room 1 . 1 I n r u c loi Triced for quick snlr $«.7;.f) t p r m ^ BROILER *"tup. 10 W). moHrrn S room hum'-, h m t j M f t i l yard. v-,ell located. B'-.. acrn o( land H u i M t t i K i · 11 Kood. Sn.12.'! NEWLIN-POWELL REALTY kmlh 71 Phone 913 ^ _ Rnrlnydaic Ark INVESTMENT "SPECIAL" WE h«v-» j u i t luird ihl* brand n«w d u j i l r x !(intr-l on Virfi.nin A v c m i r . rooroJi, w » l k - l n r l m f U t i l - h i l h - i rrtnrn. dls.ipprannv » t ; i i r u ^ y . .iiid ' a l t t c storage, cxtr.i Inrc 1 ' l l v m e j room, c o m b i n a t i o n k i ' ^ n r n ?nt\ d i n - ' e t t r Knrhr-n al-.'i hut r.iciinirs for : a u t o m a t i c washer Thu hnil-lin; n I n t i i l a t M . hm \ r r i r i i : i n -bndf. · w a l l B/M h'ffttPrs T h - ' p n . - ? ' l « S I S . . ! Soft Thr ap,u;m'n'» w l ' l r*-nt f n r ' ( i p p r n x i r t u t r l v tT.'. tif-r mon'h L K F Us snow YOU THIS T O D A Y ; Utley Company, Inc. j Ozark Th««ter Bide. nt i»j _ NJihti my (TfCfotti, 'rnodorn. by owner, n ««· liind. omit, Irult cnlir, etc. rhant aa«j. _ r^ ROOM modern houio, tarafe Irtd wjuh room combined. Urf* cemtr in) 2 blocks north etmpus. WH1 inkn In cir. Loin IJ.WOM, toe* i ROOM morlcrn hou« on South tfl- ru»l. ' tilockl (mm iquarl. FflU nnw »S,5ooiXI. . i_ t-MCE modern rottagr. aoproxlmaWjf 1 arrc on Garland. Pavement. --. SEVERAL gnot buiuinc lou. a* Addington-Real Estate Phont '-ON paved highway liTweit. juit out- Kldft city. 3 acrex, alone veneer home, Inrfe harn and other out-_ rtuildlnfl. Phone 119m. (Mri. J. A. ALSO--On Cray Avenue. In Bales Addition two bulldlnf allei. nic« view. HOxSOO and HOxllW. Phone JM7J. lJa.ll Pray.I THREE BEDROOMS WE hnvf four or the niceit tn town, all new and ranilnf In price Irom Slo.flOQ.oo to Ite.^M.OC Excellent'Iflca- tlona ond conitructton. Me u» .»f- forft you huy. ^ TWO BEDROOMS WE hsve two extra nice ones loans In force. Small dpwn paymfnt and .illume the balance. These wtWt THE RITTER AGENCV^. LOANS INSURA{CE Ifi E. Oni«r Phone 193»-i2!IW--WJ 2 ACRES. S room stone - enf«r homf. «?on* tttftff, nice shade, edje --of -city limUi, 2.000 broiler capacity, complete furniihtni;( can b« pur- chflied. Price $7,S50 00.« T«rm«. S ACRES, near city, 3 room home, ample outbuilding*, beautiful yard, ample «hade. Jim the plice to bring up a /tmlly. Price $6.250.00- The Broadhurst Co. 1031 rf Colltg? Phone !«I Evcnlnj. J. M. TerriH. (OJ11. rikln« Arlt AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE CO. A Better Plact tc Bur ;* . C*ll J J Pyr.nt ?J0.1 Rrn J-'W __ M I I t l l r y r-jll ^f^ tf*!' """CHOICE LOCATION .OCATFO in Mir b r n u t i f u l level Ont r « l psrt r.f F n y e t t e v i l l e A! 4.V N o n h ntive. fivr room brjck home i v i t h nlr« h r e n k f u s t room, m mldltlon f u l l f i n i s h e d DA tern? nt. c e n t r a l gtt\ furndce. hcute In in pxcellent re. p«ir. locmerl nn A h r ^ u l l f u l (snrt- ·ruped brodrt In* Ynu cm b i j v this property jit * price .vhlch i* not tMxed on the :lrvalued dniiir. MM 00. 2 0 0 Yeors of Service! 20,000,000 Policyholder* 20°^ Savings MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE THE RITTER AGENCY ' baving^for Preferred HI,- Ufley Company, Inc. PLUMBI HE ALTO PS LKNDCnS ',NSl i Call J. J. Pyeiti ::ov nei tv H. L, Utley 220X Rr». ICO? FAY? '310 N.

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