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Obifuory 3S^t^^ssemBff*jff~-^--^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^"·^"·^""······Mnsss Arkansas Farm Income Said Off To Good Start This Year Mrt. Anno M. Crol* Mrs. Anna M. Crate, 88, mother of Mrs. T. C. Carlson of Fayetteville, died yesterday in Ba'rtles- ville, Okla. Funeral Fervice will i W s s r "nEton-Wl-Thanks to last he conducted Wednesday »t 9 a . ' var's cotton crop. A r k a n s a s farm m. at St. .John'E Catholic Church · income is off to a good start t h i In Bartlesville. Survivors i n c l u d e , year. four grandchildren and seven great. A new rinna i . , . . grandchildren. ,,,,, cu D p P a r 'ment of Agncul- l u r e fimrt shows that for the first two months of thin year Arkansas i fanners received a total of $73- I 256,000 f r n m marketings of crops . -md livr-slock, compared w i t h S : »1992.000 for the l i k e period in I f I last year Arkansas farm ?T"* Cancer Drive Almost To The Halfway Mark The w.-ulu |of $564,519.000 for the year, t o m e l d r i v i I D per cent higher t h a n for 1!50. ., na ,\ The report shows t h a t f a r m re- ' w i l l ceipts from cotton m a r k e t i n g s I ,. llr)1 -iver the e n t i r e cotton hell were I ,,;,.,considerably higher for J a n u a r y - ! m ' ;i ' y Februun- as compared w i t h the K , vr . a f two-month period last year. | T |., For the first two months ,,f t h e I j u t ! w · . y e a r Arkansas farmers realized ! -, r ,-,,,, '·· 528,836,000 from sale of livestock | a l c ', ' · ^ a n r i $44.620,000 f r o m crops, , - n m - i ' pared with »?fi,32l.omi anr m£|.iM ('..iinlv ('.,.,,,., , rt:, :i t,,.;,| ,,'; «i|.i n Rli °Th'i" oxrVIr" ''T ,"""'' '' I I, , ' mit " lnii , 11 " 13 t ? , l "'.';" 1 . i;;M ' 11 .- w h : r l 1 1 ''' r r | 1 " " t !l1 l m NOITHWBT MKANJASJIMIS, faytn.y|^Artom ; «,1ond,Y. Moy 17, 1951 MONEV TO LOAN H U M E T.OA.NS" , '"" ,' ! "- · 'OST -. """'"''·' Jim Henry Ruth Jim Henry Rush, 77, farmer died this morning at 3:55 o'clock at the City Hospital. He was native of Crawford County. , A He is survived by his wife. Rosir ! u-niinri i -.u , · - - ' »'·" Hush; three sons. Hartley Rush o f ' ----- u p _ w " n a "'spe.clable total !67!,000. respectively, in 19.il Orland, Calif.. Charlie, Woodland ' "" : ---.--=-=-- -Calif., and Dilmas try, Ark.; four d; Carmen Luper, Winslow Mrs Mary Gayler. Fairfield, ' C a l i f ' Mrs. Elsie Friteh, Napa, Calif., an Jessie Sorensen, Napa; 36 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren and one great-great-«randchild : one sister, Mrs. Cumile Knott, Go-' p i n k · then. Funeral arrangements in charge of Moore's Funeral Chapel are incomplete". -;' Blocked Doors Do Not A Reporter's Life · |'Make Easier; Or Tend To Help Report On 1 f ' i; Or Keep The Courtrooms Breezier $33 West Fork Student Recital Scheduled By FRED COGER | Low intere..:!, Jons I-rrru t'TLKY A N D C O M P A X Y . I N C 1'hone 22C3 LOST , \ N l i KM:NII n n c l l n i ' h i , ^^^1:. ,,r :-!r.' .it'n-i"'^''^. HEM- WANTp-n--MALE I I I I ' V I,., u . i x i n i ! ! C no: .^ IIEI.I- WA\TED-K¥MAI.'E W I N I H I W r t e , . , , r » l o r . . l s i , · p . n m e r r X'!TM"m?' r "" "!'·" '" l'-r«. Wesl r h y l l m d p u p i l s i ...ill .-.ppe.ir i c i t a l at R p.m. Thursdav schoni Kymr.nsium. Ap|jc,-irinq in t h e rental SI O I ' K M N O r - d p p ' l ·., , - i l l r e l v A p p l y |;fr«.,n W.-,l, : W O M A N lo l i v e Ho, plant- Apply f rases the reporter does not sit j man There's not m u c h chasing i t n l ' o u Kh the proceediiiss. but oh- of the ' l s i n s r ""lts of the t r i a l afterward .. ,, u ^ ,°y '""king at the court docket, in especially on the second floor I w h ' c h the judge writes d u r i n g the these days. Everywhere you t u r n ' ' t r i a l - ' i n- ^i,,,,;; ,u: ; ,::;:.,,^^\ \ w ^^, "s,,^- -jj ^ . . n m m i p l i p t o n , M,irgan.I F n i - ' i l - · """'ekerriMii: work n.-auni li-.-ms ·it m a n , R u t h K o c h l m a n . 1.;,,-.,, M.,',, I f/'"^ 11 ":"; 5"!: e Sf. '"1 .refere,, r e. around in the corridors of the Washington County courthouse, ! - The newsman does not have tn t h p docket d u r i n g court R u t h Koehlrr.an, l.ar.a M-, dihmsi.n, Heverly .Vn.-, ( |y. K,-,', r o c h t m a r i , Kvcl.vn FrnncisTM. C a l l R a r l h o l o r n e w . l,f.rolt,-i l i a r t h o i n - mrv.-, Glenria Mahoncv. fiu^inpp Williams, .Icanctlo Walker, Jo-,n , . P«uls and Regina Fine. U r Y l vt'f, DV ""ii C. Sturdivant 1 i Pnlranr( ' »' the west - ' i n m - t h ,!,,,,, ...u:,^ ] f f ] j n ( n ( h ( ; l and downstairs I ,, ,, , "'' ..^'",1.^1 . .._ Renerally are kept. The docket was died w i t h i n second's. coming here from Tulsa, Okla., , where he had been in business. Mr. S t u r d i v a n t is survived by his wife, Bessie C. Sturdiv,,,,!. one daughter, Mrs. W. H. McDonald of Corpus Chrisli, Texas- one son, Robert c. Sturdivant of Tvler im " Texas; one brother, John S t u r d i - j mur ''TMm van! of Newark, Ark.; three sis- i ters. Miss Margaret S t n r d i v a n t i - McCloud, Okla., Mrs. John Hayes, ' McCloud. and Mrs. D. \V. Gibson · of Wellston, Okla.; four grandchildren. Funeral services v/ere conductor! U n t i l a few months ago was one large courtroom upstairs in the courthouse, and it was accessible through both the public . at the west side and the | north door whi judges' chamber: .,,,,.,.,, into the circuit clerks office. The 'room was generally open and one could wander in and out even when no court was in session. Of late, however, the courthouse has been remodeled. Now there are two courtrooms where there was one. Now Robert C. Sturdivant Robert C . S t u r d i v a n l . f i O retired i ""'""·' a noflr - A n r t ·"'" "bout! " l '«v" s " druggist, died at the Veteran's' 0 " 0 ' r you f i n t i is lork ' lri - Tn I SC!:smns : a n d i f the judge leaves Hospital Saturday night l i e h-,ri ' B °' U lm]ockorl '·' "" simple task. I , the d " rk(lt '" the courtroom or in | C II I f A · , lived here for the pa?, six TM | ""I" · ^w months ago. there ^ '« »'\" ."" «rl»". 't I- l«n- j ^ ' " ° , ' ' - - - «i.i« K b ; h V;,S; tcat1 . Iltheinfn TM" lion ! To Window Woshcr nesiring to read the Ch.-mrorv I I.ansinir Mich -(/PI A ,, i., i Court docket this mnrnln*. a ,,'- i washer fei. in.o a fnk of ,," "J"' porter went to the circuit clerk's I p h u r i c acid at the Ol.Umnlii e i "ffice. where the court records ! forge p l a n t here yeste, JaT and j I O K I IIR n i o r k room I , - I :.l N M V I . V ,',., TMVT-MISr*M.ANTOrs ( F O R B A l . E - R E A I , rSTATlt i r - h ' 1 RfcrijtooM "mod»rn honu lira , e'i'l f . r i t r!a* condition Jtftw « - ; a;H p . m . .\v, r ,e h ^,| Jnd ^ f M r l . v n n !ncf 13 ZJf) Ofl Ti On" /j n ,I i 1 ro,.m : t l M f u M l l · i t ' . I'd. 'I i Mount N f,,|le B e K t J H N I M H K I , I'Onnr. I'll A i ' A H T M F . N T f I.T ,,., I ' o u - e r s i i , ,,| A , I , , , . - , f i i r n l i h e i l BM n ..] I'hniie 2 9 V - W nr m;|.| r l l l l N L s i l r n ,,1'ols f i r e I ' h n n p !H 1 ' · · * '"' '·iff 13 250 O WHEELER REALTY *" ? i r ' T h - a f c r BMf "''" '"" __ | . V i g h t l " 2 7 « j FHA SPECIAL - ' . . . . . . . . l i V i i - i . ' '"·" "Pnnv«fJ UTLEY COMPANY, INC. not in the clerk's office. The reporter was told t h a t it was probably in the chancery judge's office. An employe of Window Cleaning' Lansing, the the IndUKlri.il Company ,r j b u t t h a t the office was locked.'I as Leo"cunnin R iu , When the reporter asked how he ' i might obtain the docket, he was , told to "figure out a way." i The reporter asked the r n u r t | house j a n i t o r to let him into the ' .iudce's office to see the docket. c t i m W :is i d e n t i f i e d ! am, about SO. r.ir for rural : tiny car .illou-nnee an,I cornnii Write Onnr Thompson Box ^ori^Smilh. Ark. " FOR SALE--HOME NEKD8 l r r l z i d n l r c r c f r l j : r r i l S- cl The Courts M u n i c i p a l Court t h e office, hut if a responsibkTof'-': iir^TJ^"',''^^' 1 !',V he f i c l a l nnnrnved the ron,,o r i v» : , .' , . r a n i 1 Slat " I'ollcc. u n d e r orders to a d m i t nn one to he ... ....^M, - there are this morning at 10 o'ciock at ' ^ounlless doors where there wre Moore's Funeral Chapel by C h a p - ' TM'v HTM nr three. And now the : The ianitor r e p l i e d ' t h a t he was lain Lei-oy Burris of the V e t t r a n ' s ' dnn r-' ! are kept locked. . ' Pp " m ' n a l n? w a s Hospital. Burial will be t h i s a f t e r - Courthouse janitors say t h e y noon at 3 o'clock in the M e m o r i a l . are instructed to keep the i-nurl- Park cemetery at Titlsa. u n d e r , rooms and the judges' chambers j would open the the direction of Moore's Funeral · locked when the .nidge? are not ' -Chapel. I occupying them. And d u r i n g a part of the t r i a l of Dick Hudson for murder last week, the Circuit Court room was locked. | ., n ,, m l l ule reporter iu.«t lone ! Reporter* have found d i f f i c u l t y enough to pick up the docket and j ich these locked rinorc i eat-»-v ii rim.-nc-i-,!...- *,, ,,.- _ . - . . , . I dnvm;: this mnrnine f i c i a l approved the request, oulri open the office. The courthouse custodian said , K. nf"Elki'iis. was he had no a u t h o r i t y to open the "opts--?!()() j T1 ,. t ijl the d r u n k e n I ' n ' n t r - t i .lo'i, fined $B3 ;,, I ' ^ n . l GIC t Usrrt l i r c o Serve) g.ia r e f r i j f ,,"""." SIH.i.00 II',,-1 H e i u l i x n m n m n l i c washer $ 79 On M:--l Mnnipiincry Wan! w.nher s I S O U Mf-,1 C.K u.ishrr j .-,3 no IN,-,I f l i a p , r w.isher $ \:,(y,\ I.OVE seat.».~(«,.;~,"h n i?" tn "mm, t. Sam per wl Mniliinn f u r n i t u r e Cn H i i n i F v i l l p . A r k a n s . i a M A n i c ; I . u n t r r i i , very nld r o m i i l n l , Jlirl,.... 510,10 Maihsnn f u r n i t u r e Co _ » u M j M ; H l e . A r k a n s a s WE HAVE 1R SALE-- MISCEI.r.ANEOlIS PEAT MIOII. hone 'm-V _ l o - . f - r l k - i , l e t Lewh P. S A W M I U . . 5 IruY-lci.'iin o n e I n n m m u l e n , f i r , R i m u M S m i t h . STri MVSEH R! KS~C f r o m Went Fork . -'' tn ' n .L'i cr a n f l Pi C K H T i r i K I l hulgcrir « ? f ) 0 oer I h n i u a n d J n e k . f o h n i o n G A r i t i K N tractor.' n o l o - l t l l new- S i c k l e h n r . a l i o fti P h l r k p n l i t t e r R e s s o o n h l e Se,-V,n,'i hou.e n o r l h of P u r d v , Rlore. H i « h . _ w a y ;i ,01,11,. Cull a l i e r s p m F 'i )1 " ,r?, d J"" m v n « k f l o o r i n i lee M e n t h H n r r i u o o d Co rhone 3r,5. FXCAVATINi;"".".' ·||f.j | i i , , » , « . ; ? · . . . ' O N U S ( _ l i ( l A l « I ' I . K A R I N O "" MATIRE55 R E N O V A T I N G l i k e j fiB-W a f t e r . I N S K ( r f ~ , i , ! fin,l M o r k oonier. F, Mrs. Kotherine Hester Coomes Mrs. Katherine Hester Coomes. 9.". died Saturday nigi.t in the 'Vashingto.i County Hospital. She had lived in Fayetteville for the past 10 years. Surviving her are two son 1 -., L. L. Cocmes nf Sen Diepo, C a l i f . , , and ROES Coomes of Fort S m i t h ; I two daughters. Mrs. Mae Wehrle. .ic.i.M is:,* i i f t v f I'.unu t i i i i i c u n y pnougn to pick up getting through these locked doors ! carry it downstairs to .... , , , , ,, , to learn of court proceedings, as office, where it was sought in the have p r i v a t e citizens. In m i n -- ''·--' ' ,,,- i i M t i in, H u i n o n i y 10 open, the ' ( , s i s -- M I I I J m .-tij--.-,,,^ .-pntrrnTi judge's office. The deputy clerk j 1',' " no day in j a i l , . i n t - k '(Jornliert then gave the j a n i t o r permission ' ''· of Springdale, w.-is f i n e d STii lo a d m i t the reporter ju.«t long ! , r °sts- ,1 t o t a l ,,f $1011-and enough to pick up the docket and i , ''T a ""p-'ln.v .inil seiltvnro. first place. e.--- - i oi.i .ro.M-i. m u m , n m oe in me L i t t l e Rork-l/Pl-lt took a wiler ^ i SM"^ -MO^ S ^^ a W^^'S direction Chape.1 : Jacob Cue Luttrell I Jacob Cue Luttrell. 7S. rlied at 12:20 a.m. yesterday a! the County and was'born March , children. Funeral t,ervires will he rnn- lur'en tomorrow a f t e r n o o n at 2 Ta^-paT MrsjHame M£ \ ^^^^1^ ^^"^ hsar, W-ilcox, Saskatche-.van, Cs- i Lierly, assisted by the Kev Don. nada; 10 grandchildren, "~ great j a ld Walker. Burial \vill he in the grandchildren and three ! ~" ' "· ' great grandchildren. The body is be : ng returned to Forrest City, Iowa for burial, v.'ith local arrangements in charge of Moore's Funeral Chapel. Chart** La« Patt»rson Charles Lee Potterpon, 67. died at Fullerton. Calif., May 10. after a month's illness. i Survivor? include his wife. ; Carrie Pa'ter?on; one son. Carl, of , · the home; three brothers. Lacy i Patterson of Pomona. Calif., Ar- | t.hur Patterson of Faypttcvi!]?. and Clyde of Westville. Okla.: four sisters. Mrs. Nnla Cnngrr nf Fullerton. Mr?. Lake Df^r-iff and Mrs. Eu!a Bradford of An.ihrim, Calif., and M a t t i e Rlake of Wppt- ville. Funeral services will he h^ld »' Fnllerton, Wrdnrsday \vi!h burial in the Fullerton cemetery. Star Attraction Shows Despite Own Wishes clerk's ' nf'Kayel!rvi|'|e'war'"^^'.*^^ sentenced t,, 30 rl.iys in J a j | , chai-Kr- of f l r u n k e n f i r i v i n c fiiiirl '· A "-L.' fcnihc. records show the conviction wa« ' .. PI J°"'' -« Ross t h i r d on the sani" offense. GLAMORENE the New Rug Cleaner LEWIS BR05. CO., Inc. Wo Deliver. p| lone 246 7. I P- m 'I "niighl 'rnntrM Ifni'iVp · p r a y . C«ll your H a w l r i f h 7. OHIPB. S t - W - J . Hmnr t.TM, , - tors at the L i t t l e Rock 700 Sunday. The. attraction, a 13-foot a l l i g a - tor, captured last week near Hope. Ark., and helieved one of tho largest in captivity, had suh- merged in the alligator pit and Rate: 3 ten IK per ion. Three cuner "" PHTLCO REFRIGERATORS A T R A H C I A I V P R I C E S = * ,. S'-rvpl O a « H c l n s c - r n l o r Spr-fd «,, P , : r, W n s h l n j M a c l l m t l .. V\SY TFRMS r DEBUTANTE' COSMETICS; " p l u n n . sinS J')mne !7J,1 .1 ....OOMINO A l r l r n n \ 7 ioifl.«.' 'J!l v: C n n t r r 2M9-W. W A N N T " tn ,rir"nTv "c'ountrTv"'ciuh m r - m h r n h l p . J1SO. W r h e |!nx K - H /' Tirnpit. ^nc-rry 1 ^ rinwrr.«._4i S Gtfue WOULD nu r u l i i r V » f u ' l h « n h u y ' ~ I w i l l h,iy j o u r r n r D u h n Molor Cit _ - T p r l n g ' , f t l f . phoiif 2 1 2 B B I . A K E M n R K .lri«-hfrrlM~Ymi pick t n r m . n r m f c n n l i l n e r H h v u v m yen .1 nillf.. l . l o inn, n n r i h W l l -l^'I 1 ^ S t n r p P h n n e 912-J-3 IIOUST. 'iraiipr" coiiimiiiaV'ijWcari n.' Tnm H » r p . n t .1. r»i-rtti. v ||le Arr,.«_lrirli (rnm v r n j - f r i n f p l , n l _ A _ _ ANNOtlJVCEMENt ! ! I "Jnr-ElT A R.m.rtHI r o s m f t l r , now ·nlil M r l m l v H y hy F u l l r r R r i i i h - o m p n n y . u n r t r r n r w IriHc n i m p of I V l M i t a n t f . Cn.mf-tic. F u l l t r Bruili 24-HOUR" SERVICE ON ·jirrms i Covered Buttons, Bullon Holei, Tailored Bells ond Buckles. Special A'txntion given Moil Ordtn. Salisfoctior, or Money rhone Bock. SINGER SEWING M A C H I N E CO. . " S -E_ St. K n v c l t n v l l l r E X U V A r i N G " B U L L D O Z I N G Grovel, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D- M. P A T T O N Phont 249 j.w.uiir ELEQRIC CO. Quality Initalltri · PUMPS ·POWER 24, W«st Pork ,, , , hsr.lwocirt i H i t i r f u r n a r c . n f -A | y rl«cor^'n-] , t h r o ' j » , v i i r . «l xnn « m a i i rtow-n p i v : t n - n . p i i s r m i o n at nnr*«. Phon? R a n c h S t y l e , Choke Locah'on ' nvp: r .ir ouj h u f f hnrk. .1 hvdnoRii. , IT -1^ ',VE- k i ' c h f :l - l - l ' h fiTfafc- f:i-.' ri~--r.\ Inrtf J I V I B S room w i t h ( . [ · ri.it - -, n /j hr-!tjila!ir A I n i n g u i i l i t v ronm. wall to*v-?ll ' h r o - i g h o u v h»*4tosrfl h.-j^ i! N V . r i h c u t r r j r n t r W»*fl^ K f D h r r i Ct-A-ner Iw.ax Ii V. Cohrf. fi?« Nor* EQUITY" b(- tftn tn ippr^riiti. T h f i i n v r j t p i t v 0 i { n , hut urn t P01-- h - r r t v ni'[ / I n n r s h'lilMiU, fiirns'-e A u l f t m a t l r I f t u n d r y fi~ n t-1 f r r - l i ' M hick porrh IrJ-iI i i n r t r ^ j j n niTi t m » r t f l f r n r t t l o n ' SL'BURBAN r TWO ACRES ' "'rm"Tn1 n iJ-o blfirJom h n * *'**¥ *" m - l i r a ] f t * , ,, n ^ f M V W 3 t ^ r FUJI.,. n i - t * Trrt i n ! r j n r m-1 r o n v * n l « n t [)'i"':n» -?nfl r'i-rti Buy t h l « e q u i t y n n r | p i v h * I n r , f « i t !cai (h«n r*nt "HM S 4 i n o p»r m o n t h HOME AND INCOME c^on hun^iiow ronmMni «f 4 hiu'-. ».nh two k i t c h e n s .m-l 1 " '»·« t.-tTf* h n u t . r ^ n l i n i «' Ml (J* in B n t h hou«i« no j a r p IOC n on'y J T S O d f l O rxr-fjlent p n . n o M i m n nn1 f)tcf|l»-nt t^rm*. . l.f". in s h n w you Phone 7«3 ^ "AMMOND REALTY Ca Kvf- Phone If n Iltmmond 1372 p-r rn · e l l m s - Pho J ve.ir , - - - - « · . . . . . . . . - . . . . . »-»·. ,,.. «nn Savoy. Ark., the son of Shelton ; ftubbornly refused to come to the ' ' -- ind Louisa Jane Luttrell. Survivors Include his wife. Lou A l i a Luttrell; one son, Arlip W. Zoo Director Mrs.' Martha Frances Hershey Martha Frances Her?hey. 4fi. died yesterday morning at in.45 o'clock ^'. the County Hospital. She was a i-esident of Guymon, Oklji.. where she was n nurse for a number of year? at a Cuymon ho?- Raymond , -- - · · ordered n pump from t h p L n t t r c l . Rprmgdale: five daugh- | Puhlir- Works Department lers, Mr.;. A. r. bnumatp. Mr?, nilmnpd nut \vaip n +ii Hnhert Anderson, and Mrs. Doyne '' Luld hp w a l e r u "'" tne Lynch, all of Springdale, M,-5. Ed- i nejseen. gar Ashcr. Tulare. Calif., nnd Mrs. _ "' "* FlrjiTncp Gatpn. Modesto. Calif. |A njtrilCf Funeral services will be c n n : v ·"»»"** 1uc-!?d at 10:30 a.m. tnmorrow at , , Whitenak Baptist C h u r r h . or Varuirit Uear U/lltciAUf wi-ich he had been a member for J C I »'tB Rvdl VTlllSlOW :\-cr SO years. Services will be :-onriurted by the Rev. Jesse and .".ilbert Lane. B u r i a l will be in :he Whiteoak cemetery u n d e r the I rlirection of Moores' Funeral I Chapel. t l f i n j or rerun madt- i pired NOTE: Advprtlslnc paRM m due at 12 t'tti ^AffS'r^s; 8 "-- (or other LEGAL JSOTICES Chinrliilln3 V n i t n r j u r : Sen .11 Clyde T i m l ilcrcd .\ ! rori.TRy t Of ~iTn n 7n | NKW / . p n l a n i t w h i l e rnl: _ -in iKrs rail n;,nw. OKr.'gnod J r r - c y rniv " The Civic Improvement Com. rr.ittee of the Winslmv T.inns C l u b is sponsorinR B meeting Wednesday night at R o'rtnpk at the srhniil a u d i t o r i u m in Winslnw to riireuss improved telephone service in t h a t area. M. I,. Hunt is chairman of the committee. Carl E. Pose N o n h - ° n AI.I. n ll,i.-y )l,lt,,.. Stm-p RAINBOW" . . .,,,,,,,,,,,. lm , , nral Excavating - Bulldozing ; NPTM'J 2 '^ ,,,,,,,,, Disking - Brush Rake *"*''"' """"" " rr Ponds - Roads - Clearing SPECIAL~" i r l f t l \n\vn r h « l r « . H is w h l k Inst upi»n f . - r n i n f i u n t i l H no | . , , " * ' V - I U U M I I U n nm, nnvo ., n r.rm.ur^H. H. JONES. Contractor 537 * * .old d.iiy rDEArtlATfRESS CO. Quolily new mallreii ond mallresi renovating. Phone 3036 __J21W!ST DICKSON WAN'TKD TO BUT Mrs. Clyde Taulh'y. Mrs. Hershry M"!"",^ f .""° W !, n: was born November 5. Ifin.i. near ^., f 1 ? !. . . . - fjkia.. \vhere s h e , .. Den ton, Texac, the daiiRhter of Joseph and Emma Ballew. She is survived by two sons. Edward F,. Hershey and Charles G. V. Heptinitall Rogers-(Speoial)-G. V. Heptin- .... ,,,,,,,,, m t.,-. v.sn r, nose s t a l l , US. v.ho lived near Renton- ; Washington c o u n t y agent will cx- ville. on the farm of his brother- . plain a cooperative system. "I?.-"'"'!.-''"-TM'!, 11 *. 3 --"'i 1 ' t l a c k - ; explained that The Boston Monn- ! t a i n Firr Assnriatinn liap hppn 1 wont (n attend ·ninmrnccnient cxcri?tst\; for her daiighlcr. Maxine, who' is jtrnrlu- uit t cu u a. i it-i .-mri nim v. MCI 110 ^' "ic today with R tiMrsps' class Bailee Hershey. both nf A r n a r i l l n . frmn a Muykopee hospital. Texas: three brothers. Earl M. Hal- The body was lakpn tn the Cal- lew of Lonp Rpach. C a l i f , Wil- | Upon and Porter F u n r r n l Home A ?i a V d E! r' 0r A " B a l l p w nf i l "oKerp. A r r a r w m r n t s are in- sa^rASA-TSs ; -- - r^in^,;^^=iS^ - - ='"n ^- I viver! by a son. Donald Heptlnstal! f«[i I ni oi i.c i , i si'., lwI ^;5r. ii n:: Roy A. Si-,ill CU-rk nf me Pr,,h.ilc Co ^ 9 « n H e n d e r s o n . Ltfj NOTICE TO QUIET " I. TI« 5P 5.°" FI '"'' TITLt m Tht Wxthiniton Chancer - li'SnsT r" P* r T. i0 ° M C " ra formed and t h a t "a telephone m a lie the means r.f r a i l i n g the fire truck and preventing serious loss." He said the improvements needed can be obtained hy constructing a , complete new system, nr t h a t new I lines can he run to parts nf the | » m m u n i t y in the crentest nerd | u v . L I I L I ,11 f M l l e l l l l M . r t l l t l IVlrS. , Taulhy of Fayeltevllle. six grand- j CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phon» Collect 3J53 FarctlBvUle, Arkaniti Joplin Rendering Co. , o' the home. Today's Market-- CONCESSIONS-- Go To Seed AT Brown Bros. Wh»r« You Can Get Fraih Quolily Seed AIM Bibr Chicki Milchtd Ertrr ·n Frldir WMT CENTER IT. rAYETTEVILLE CONTINUED FROM rAr.r. ONE prisoners. The Reds demanded the- n ! ht t n nrganite an assorhtion St. Loui« Liveitock and lead Dodd a Innij list of in- M a t i o n a l Stockyards. III.-(/Fl- ' juries which they said harl han USDA-Hops Ifi.SnO: f a i r l y active pened to prisoners. Dnrki was ask- u"an " rl K V 'f|"'v t0 ''"'v '" 2S ll ' (:l ]r r f d to disclose t h i s list one by one slmriR to r l in a up: choTc r e a Tnn-2-l('Mbs ' - ·V,TM^, " ltr ' m(1 " t f-rnhndy: f u l l w i d t h of srarif- 20 nn-3.V '" K , rlcl; " ls nf 'he proposed oruan- · ization wa completed and hanrt- . h ,,,,,,,.,. .,,, ·;»;;'. ns nf ino line to t,. i POR SALF,-AUTOMOTIVE iilid I T I J K V I K i i . K T 4« ! _'jr,-s. A t n r e n i n P l m t PACKARD-WILLYS '~ Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO 208 Norlh I 2 W I I K K I , trailt.- ,, : . S," »l » P d 11.11 I . J i f . l y e l l r , Hoy ,.13 (; Sla v " h " n . f '..!.'"l.«- I-ayciteville _ ..]."]«"9°"''^" Ni.'iD3 ^n'i n I. hipwnri R n u f i n n (.Vintrnct'jr AKn. AstH-iln. Sl-lllll H_nme_ repairi. Pl,,, nr ] r j j | j fr r i I .'?.1i" r .'"' n I"" WI "II I ' h n n o ' z a i l f ; FOR SAI.F.-RKAI. KSTATE I.OW DOWN P A V M K N T In , . lli.nnllv ,.,,,,d Bl ,,,·,,. !·,,,,, ,i , ' "·"ih"'h.i/iJ,''."' vril i 1 ' ',""""· ' h ·ll' (o" "" ""'' '" pump him. l,r,,il,. r ,. FOUR SPECIAL VALUES IPrs rroni-Prfip-nr 4H A r k . n . "· " er 30 roomi w i t h uvirll Ifis 4 r.torlei i n r h i d l n i b u e r o t r f . "rr.iiir »i Mil «-nh r l r c u n t i n r ' w » tr M f l l » * f r » . h u i l t 101714 -3i igf, w n i i l d rni, »t l«llt $20 - ···· replnpf lnrhid:nf lot Now e^ffered on^ h n l f v f l l u * . VKBV SPI- r \ M r , | T S F-r,,i,i-Thr^. u n i t « p i r t m - n t h.,,., Onf- 4 ,o,,,,, ul , u w fi h bl . h . T«" .1 rnnm u n i , , ihirlni b · t H; ".unm.it,,- B.IS l , , r n « r - exctrient cMT. n: lot 75 fey r MVP V. in -tnattr fat f,^v -. «*fltf,pp stripped, H* i:'pf nn;l w n r k i h o n 18150 * S I ' l l l i n i l A N horn. { ronmi h»th »( mB^. »nd workshop, innula.fd.' \-t- netl.in 1,'tndl. (ev*r«l acres fin pavtS nttfhv.-uj- $7,950 you ran"! bejt tMDl To. EAGLEJfeallor =' '/IHPWESTWGHOUSE II5V.1/25HPM POWtt-IOOlMOrOlT ^·iK^iH-- ' F iyLJAI' 1 OR TRADK NEWLIN'REALTY . _ WKST riiRK. A R K HOME OF TOMORROW" In i r . v h n i ; hc.t- f f i n v r n i c m - r i f « p n n « nrH ^ i i r n r 1 FOR RAM-; OR RENT , J ' O W K R l; ,wn · mow* h ' f t l l o n Corner WPI ! .^''hon] S t r * f n phoi ; WANT TO RENT" Ufley Company, Inc. ; GO r 1K r L .'i°. nS i '-^'''f.i^ r / s r n r i R h - -- -- · - . . C f l l l J J P \ f t i i t i "in U n . .no »Ti*r/-»»*i'T't SPECIFICATIONS: *"'''{·"" "ub'l«"^' rt ,',', ty . n L* lrt ba( "' Avaltthl* wllh tf. · I l l - n l h, r ,,r 34SO HPM at SI CO ·; .. f " " T U H r ! t i n £ h o u i o Brand. FOR S«OP, FARM, HOME, HC. I'nr iv ,; f j" ^ppT.d^bie, low c.«t power {-in.«, jialnt f p r a y f t r * , * co'nv*yo« \nd '"1 s i m i l a r rverv-cMy ippUcBtioni OXOK «y MAt'.-Sffiio CVfOt-". PHONE US AT 464 C. FIMCO SUPPLY (0. '" Coll j " j I. NEW 3-BEDROOM FRAME R n n r e , , uv,t. ed Colson for signins. Colson sienerl. and a f t e r a series of ti.-,ns- f i n a l l y ,, 2n.nn-?s; I largely 2(1 i n up for several h u n . dr«l hend: moslh- choice Nos. I · a n d 2 under 2 2 S ' I h s In shippers 20.40: tnp to packers 2n.2. 7 ,; choice | l a t i f . n loul-ups fiodd Nos. 1. 2 nnd S 240-270. Ills 19.25- released. 20.00: 200-3(10 Ihs 18.75-1!) 0(1- 150. 170 Ihs 18.7S-2fl.nn: I 2 n - 1 4 n Ibs lfi.50-18.15; sows 400 U-K down 17.00-50; heavier sou's 15.75-Ifi.75; Cattle 4.nnn. calves (too; d e m a n d : f a i r l y active on all ' opening sales steers *TII \ \ v n F . I I I I I K S . p !-'."·', , - P i i l i ' s h ' . r l l,i:,m,iy 4". K.1S1 I I'ltOfjr- ;-757.U ARrfrnifnln Made Clark's s t a t e m e n t s,-,id r,,].i',ii agreed to: 1. Do all w i t h i n his power to e l i m i n a t e violence and hlnoilsl-.f'l ill cl.issef; Br.riie : on Kn|( '- N i n e t y POWs and one and heifers I A m e r i c a n puard were k i l l e d Q I ' l f T o r . M I . I r . T prole-, I o o f 4 l «en,le,na,l oe,l:e l i i r m . n e f l n p a r t n i e n , or ,,,,.!! no, ; h, .I,,n. I r r e t - r a h l v n e a r l m , v e , « i l Pie,,, w r i l , h l M , , In Rox not. F a . i e i i r v l l l e ' K T'?V," M , """" '" w «"h'n,,o, Sehool D i . i r l e i ny J u n e I.I Pernii, neot Phone ??«. On lo.',e .1 lieoroonf ,nd o-en'o", . (room m o d e r FOR RFNT-- MISCM I.AVEOIJS A U T O M A T I C APPLIANCE C A Better PI«c« tu Buy "Hutpoint | two Koje riots in February ami March. 2. Stop "forcible screenmc I in t h i s camp" and not m a k e ' a t t e m p t M "nominal screen, | A l l i e d ofdcers h a v e been sen ing prisoners of w n r ;ind m 1 internees to d e t e r m i i -|r.,:i NOTICE 1 ""PUBLIC SALE - T I T F S D A V . M.-,,- n ,.,,,, ,, ,,, .,,, I ' f i l l , I h f n l » T ,,( M , , N..| l l e ,,,,,. ·.,,,. i n , - i , i f | m i ! ,,,.,,.,,,..,],, ,,,,, ,,.. I J^l,"."' 1 ""'' P ' » C ' l . - i l l l l ,l,',l u.,,1,.,,,; stroii); (o s l i c h t l v hicher: cows i f u l l y steady and h u l l s and vealers ' unchanged: few loads and lots good and choice steers 2!) 50-;I4 r,ii; cnmmerciHi 27.nn-2B.on; u t i l i t y a n d commercial rnwj 22.50-2li.00; canners and c u t t e r s IS.00-22 on; mil. i l v and commercial h u l l s 23.00-, 26.0(1; cutler hulls 20.00-22.00; all j m a j o r i t y gnori and choice .1l.no-Mhey would rc»l«i'"ho'i'n'jr i^l'tirnrd 1 --''"''-"''·-'"'' """ r °' k r "' A " 3WIO; s,rt«l p i i m e t o . l R . O O ; u t i l i t y I to North Korea or China a l t e r in i W TMi TEI ,', ,"' ['," '' n '' : '" ''»" '*!·'. .nd^ commerclnl vealer, 2.10(1- l.-irmlnlro. Wh.t was meant by -'re" TM'.!L.'i'.'t ""'"' ''". «,,,,,,,,,-,,. Sheep Rnn- oponlng n, |,M »bout I ""i"'". 11 ,,' *'" ""' ( ' x l' lnl "" 1 steady hut t r a d e not f u l l y ' r-stnh. i P /L W t h " r f"""" ti TM »' » POW re|,rescn|at|ve group or rnmmlMlnn con«l«ling nf North Korean and C'hinMi* prisoners. I . O C A T F t ) 2 . e M u r v . n rtie l and I l r u r e - - - PUBLIC SALt , TWti l",-l^ |.',lilir l l - , f i . f , , , . , , d R m l l - SI.KF.I'INC in:, I w r r k l i Onp ZM«J l ' h n n « ;«. 'CRAVENSTCO" Phon- leR l-h-...r -;--,- j ^A/ho / s Who = i For Service | Consult You- Clo«.ificd 1 Service Directory «I:AI:TY SHOPS 1 ·? UN. Block Ph. 13 J ! KOt.'R room ho,,,e f u ,,,,,, ,;·,,,,,·,,., ""r Phoo, .M, ' mly M l M inc'lurle load u t i l i t y and good shorn Ismbs No 2 skins at 24.SO nnd part deck M «« , l n priIT " fr " h rll P» ·' Zfi.BO; tlauchtPr iwes steady; culln to good eM-en 7.00-12.00. rrrtlM In Ike TTMFH--It p l7 t. Use of shells n money wan f o r m e r l y very widespread, h r i n c cirt In Atnerlfj, A«l«, Africa, and Austr«ll«. nUSINKSS Ori'ORTI.'NrTV n r , .iliJT 1 -'-''^ HAHNINVJS" ,,,,,,,,,·,,,, oi.kv Iliin , hmlt.loi ' I" 1 ' 1 P a n f l cnll^n n i o n f v f r , l i * n f - n i t - i « in *|,.,r,. ftlmt h « v r r a r IF\ f a * h . i f f - i i r M h\. i n v 1 heiipi, u r r k l v t,, «,.o,l mf-ornp R t a r t u mfl.iflf. p h f t n ^ nnrft l l f i n «·» N,i, r l t , i - vhanili. . A r k a .otlu . P m n l l l u m p ·'.MI- (,r.,» l|,, r in,,i«,ijl f m n i i i i r r hf,r.,.(,,,,. r A "'r '""" r " 'Ti: »lnck «n/l" '/liti-irf* ff, finabhSi'r.Vp'r 1 " or -, »« W Heail rlL c . h W'.O.u-» WXi-r.1 H CDRMRTIKRE X I ' K N C K H l i i u i v l i p f i i l a . V l v u r , (; i '" Mn J \ HAIil.IN'd '""AT J| ».,,.,"· |7, hftiilint. Ion* 2«Z-R 200 Years o( Servlc" 20,000,000' Policyholderi 20% : Savings MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE "Savings for preferred risks" Get the Foci. The Rifler Agency loons Real E)lot» 16 foil Center HOME - - . . . · - « . i v i r 5nurdiy. « «. ,, FAYETTEVILLE PLUMBING HEATING CO. 310 M. Wtsrt rkOM 7X

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