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Meriwether To Receive Honorary Doctor Of Laws Obituary Mrs. Elizabeth S. Collini Mrs. E l i z a b e t h S. Colins. 72. of Joplin, Mn., riiod Tuesday night at Joplin. She was a n a t i v e of Rork.v Comfort. Mo., and was married to C. I,. Collins of Fayottevillo in 1902 anrl mRde her home here for many years. She is survived by a ron. TBpmie If. Collins of Joplin; one brother, .lay Shelly; two grandchildren: one great grandchild: several nieces and nephews including Mrs. Ethel William.': and .1. K Collins ol Fayetteville, and a brother-in-law, D. .1. Collins of Fayetteville. Funr-ral services were to be conducted at 2 p. m. today at Fairview Baptist Church in Joplin. Springdale Police On The Air MO«THWBT AMUNIM 1^ fayiHttvin,. Mmmm Irtvrdoy, May JI, ml ir /HI i A. B. Stroud ncigcrs-fSpeeiaD-Filneral brother of Fayetteville, following a -. scrv- , . ices for A. B. Stroud, 84, pioneer I I [ Hogers merchant who died Tues- i day, were conducted Thursday af- I ternoon at the First Christian : Church by Ihe Rev. William Ma- ' lotte, with burial in Rogers ceme- ; tcry. Active pallbearers were offi- ' cers of the church. Services were : The honorary degree of doctor i Directed by the Burns Funeral ' of laws will be conferred Monday ' Ho J"°- .sr sr^i^i «·"·- TM~ by Shurtleff College in. Alton, III.. | JamesTM 0 0 Hale of' Jrom which Meriwether received i (lied Monday nicht a bachelor o: arts degree in lf)2n. i heart aiiad-' =1 hi, The occasion will anniversary of t h e Shu honored by the institution. Among Mrs. Mary "Hale of the home- one others who will receive honorary son, Edwin Hale; his mother Mrs degrees will be the Rev. Robert ' Mary Hale of Fayetteville- three James McCracken, pastor of the sisters. Mrs. Gordon Gliddcn of I famous Riverside Church of New j Knelling, Calif., Mrs. W a v n e " v ,v ty- McC «"* 1 n will n- j Montgomery, Los Angeles Calif liver the commencement address and Mrs. Ethel Cox of Boonevi or. Monday. Following the commencement ceremony, an a l u m n i , luncheon will be held, at which Meriwether will be one of two speakers. After receiving the bachelor's MUN-TILI im w, c-1'lm.se Sprinirdale-Sprinedale Police Chirf V.'.nne Ilyilcn tests S p r i n n l a l t » ' new police radio transmitter. Located ,-.l police headquarters in City p Hall, Ihe new station is scheduled to K ,, on t h e n i r on a f u l l - t i m e basts ( * next week. It w i l l l i n k Sprin.eriaie police w i l h officers at r'ayer.cvillc, Bcntonville, and other Arkansas and Oklahoma points. (C.'nrl TIMKSTOTO) ,iver sa rv O f ,he founding'conlu'."d' th ".--y, -- -r,,, «,y Weekend Of News Coming Up/ Taff fiF^-g^z Diving '11 rT'I; Plans Major Speeches, Eisenhower To Get OTed by the institution. Amonp Mrs Marv H = I O ,,i it,,, i, .... IN I T I I r Back To U.S.; High Court Decision Possible By JAMES MARLOW LEGAL/ NOTICES FOE RXNT--MI3CKM.A.VKOII* LEGAL. N O T I C E WIMM. Ks u s p f l T M. Drlr Kotli-p M hi-n-h.v ,,.|v,.n t h a t I h r r r n» tCfn f l l r f l In thp n f f i r p of C k r k f I h r rhnni-1-r.v Co, in ol W a i h i n o - nn f-o.miy. A r k n n M j . a p c t i t i n n I - n n f i r n i MI rhnrl|. WrI l.c f n l l n n - l n i lands In 5nM C o n n t Thp R,,: T i , t p p . f o , , r l h of i h r N W ' i nf tli^ S B ' , Bud n J t r l p n n p rnrj \vid o f f thp V.'p^l nMi nf t h o S K ' « n f t h p N \ V , o f I h p SE 1 ,. in Spc .TI. T w f i l « N'urlh R n n c o 2» \Vp«t. r o n t l i n l n s I V .1 ROOM (urn Innrl. plum L A R O K |..-rt newly .trr · , I'rmi N K W I . Y deroi (Vntr.iiu k, D O W N S T A I R ommn enutun bllnai tiul «luml" tn« tcrs^ni mi 1 «wnin«i Gib. Cocpw. fil ..":"."!^_'.-.':': tj ". ptynf ion Excavating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - ClearirVJ H. H. JONES. Contractor 53" K. Ur.i.ve'.tc. B,-,t j43 L'. Sli, Phone !48fl. Faycttevllle E X C A V A T I N G B U L L D O Z I N G Gravul. Fill Dirt. Top Soil D. M. P A T T 0 N Phpn» 249 rnv. KAI.e--RFAL MTATt o»; 1 A M ) WII1TK R I V E R You e » n ! i r t h - O r a t i o n and it will b" h i r d Hi..I A H ai-rcjje n »-ell rt-. opfd f o r K r a M I ton* of Jim? per fl 10 r e r e n t t i ' phoaprtited 1JJ rT p p r f e e ! h n u n m land U2 »cr«fr ,11; : (lord pfinrln. iprm« BiA i mom home It nke. T j.-tJ f m o n e y to handle but tru*r« m t h e r *pot like, n in per!?2!* .ic'* i r l i n i n i n g the lUfrtuiy «r,I,| a! » h i j h flrurs You in Iriv* th* n ' i » f » c t i o n of kno All persons, inclurtmt: above n a m e d d e f e n d a n t * . i-l;umfnit "aid l.-inds ur n n v i n l e r e M t h e r e i n , are n o t i f i e d ,-ind warn'- a p p e n r in s.ud Court ( v i l h i n rk 1 ' from d.ite hereof ur a* noon j ""·« show enuse \vhy "lYtte m ' should not he c o n f i r m e d in I p e t i t i o n e r . ! \ V i t n i - s . tny l i a n d as cuell Clerk »nd j Mai ° r ii'"' d C """ lh " If " h ri " y "' ·SKAI.i'"" Clerk ' 10-17-21-Jl J u n e 7-U- NOTICE I . A R f l f t i-nol ro"iii. p m n l e h v h anil · r!1n h 1V ' tn " s\,'i*f»r'ion of knowinlt UNn:nNISH"n m^J^VrT n.l'm J M P W I I M R P A | TV S r r v i C O p n r r l ) ! ' r r . ; M f - (,1!h H r ! I ' ^ » - Y ? L. I I N F\ t _ r \ L . I T rnr.r. HOG FEED A P P R O X I M A T E L Y 20 Utfreli WMtr and h n t c h m e rggx. Call 3l2fl. Ar- kf)H3HS BrniTrr Ilatchrry. N o r t h GrcRB Slrcet. i". rock cellar, hen ho tn P. . lars* I n f . n l f t r f t room Thirl Soiirh Hick.") Lumber Y«r.-i. M r K i n n f r y . Llncn.n. A f k A !^\HfiAlN."nW« lV!nrk"'npff^rhifh" I'. Y mvncr. i $ «rrft«. 4 room modern clo.n* in Phon» degree from S h u r t l r f f Cnllre^ : ' l i n TM , , , /c · , . /- i r . ,, s^^^tt ^^a-i^^sr.- - University and thp doctor's degree in jurisprudpnre from tho University of Chicago. He has been on tho farwlty of the Univer- , sity of Arkansas since 1930. - ,,. .,.,,,., r ,,, 11;i - I" 1 the hottest weekend in a Four brothels, James of Fayl n n £ t i m c - w n a t w i t h T a f t , Hisen- otteville, Floyd and Claude Ilali? | hnwpr. Arhesnn and maybe even of Snolling. and Charles Hale of I t h r Su P'eme Court Kcttinf! in Auburn, Iowa; one grandson. n a t i o n Day )ped out of rate all the a few days early this morninc. Funeral services are incomplete, u n t i l word is received from out of state relatives Arrangements are in charge of I.uginbucl Funeral Home. The New Yoke Style Ao outsiandint ri»vor*-Juni!*'* I M r r Roman Meal Brp«rt. ll-19-ti I . n n Ljncoln-CSpprial)-M. C. Cann, 64. of Summers, World War One v r t r r a n . diorl yesterday at the j Veterans Hospital, whore he liad boon a patient for the past 11 months. i Survivors include his wifp, Zrlla K. Cann of the home; two pnns, .Jimmy of the home and Wnyne 5is- | Cann of Prairie Grove; five j lers, Mrs. Jrene King and Mrs* ! Edith" Thomas of Prairie Grove, | Mr.s. Carl Oliver of Rogers, Mrs. . . ., . Ora Wilson, Escalon. Calif., Mrs. just about two hours before risen' Jean Baker of Redwood City. Calif.; one brother, Paul Cann of Arzado, Wyo. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clnrk j in the Community Church at j Summers by t h n Rev. Thr.mas R. Whiddon, assisted by C h a p l a i n Jamns Hurris of the Veterans Hospital. Burial will he in the Prairie Grove cemetery under the direction of T,u£inbuel Funeral Home of Lincoln. M i l i t a r y services will be conducted hy the Boaltv Bibb LcRion Post of Lincoln. the act. In fart, the Dec weekenders who si town, any Inv^n, to ( serious business for will be ar.riviiiK home Just in l i m n to find the newspapers and airwaves loaded w i t h it. General Kisenhmver's 1 n n g- awaited arrival takes place Sunday afternoon when he f l i e s in from Paris. This hy itself w i l l be q u i t e an event, complete, w i t h a I7-Kun salute anrl the appropriate brass at the airport to meet h i m , plus a few battalions of newsmen, photographers, and the rubbernecking public. Shortly before the general drops out of the clouds the public may. if it wishes, see and hear S e n n f o r Taft. who's hcen sort of hu?y I r v - ing to get the Republican presidential nomination. Tt may he only a political coincidence t h a t at I p. m., Sunday, bower's due in, TVjft w i l l be nn a TV show. That by itself m i q h t he a day's chore for ;in ordinary m-in. Not for Taft. Thirty minutes later. nt A N'SPORTATCON OFFERED ' C A R IcavIriK for "sWfHrrn C»llfnrnia j n l i n u i Jim*- l, can l a k n ,1 pis.iengrM. i I . NST ?.VCTI O N TO J952~ Hich" Srhooj Gradii; ; R r a t u l n t l o n 1 Wr m v i l c n our schnol w , l h n view to for n r r R n l n r rfur^c June .'PKtrri m dtipr J u l y fireworks up at the c o u n t y sent. it's p l u m b .'Uirpririn' how much jny c;ni be had on a i,nrui. If you Inve all nrnwiiig t h i n g s ; t h e i r hirihinp. nnd Inuldinn i n t o no t n i l ing w l i a t . you f f n n e to cich clay v.-ith ;:re;it expoetari-y. A n r l w h a t is more i m p o r t a n t in nny l i v i n g t h a n yre:it exper;-mry? For a v/crk \vf Jinvn been exp e c l i t i g n \dtir.K fnu- \ n f i r n p her calf. r l')ie K K I u n s pe-.cr nmre alcr!; KVPIV m n r n m a :!',- had tn Ix- J n n k n ( | n ! ini ;| t : j r - . , I ; i i (i,.,^ ., day J'lerr were t r i j " ;n-rnc^ i|-;e meadnv.- to c o u n t t h e herd, and jf she li,-ip]ipp,?fl M he nu.'-sinR \ve nc\v her t i m e bnd arriverl. Any n u m b e r of t i n i e i we fo;in-l hn- l y i n s in I h e sharle q u i M i . - r h n w i i i K her c'.ifl, and became somewhat out nf jialienre. ! Yesterrlay she l;ec;nnc th. 1 proud miiMicr of a l i n e spolte.l heifer W hi!" nnbndv V.MS even t h i n k i n g n b o u t the P.les^cd K-.-onl. And tliL-ru's the old sne^^-i hen v.-e\c h;ui s e t l i n n (Is i t ' s : or s i t t i n g ? I never k n o w ) on 20 pheasant enfr. Her |M days are up today. There ;ire f n n r habics be- in^ \vet nii:pr| un the hot v.-nter t a n k while v.e ;;rp w a i t i n g ex- i per-'.nntly for nmre ^ Kf 1n pip.! .__ ^^rci !i fv^ n !" lcnd '"·"!.TM'! 1 "4^A??5"p Tiv . 1 .. MONTY TO LOAN FHA HOME LOANS Low interest, long terms UTL.KY AND COMPANY, INC. | IIRI.I* WANTED-- MALE EXI'EniKNCI!U~dozpr'"opcr»tor.' HHB. IIKLP WANTED-- FEMALE ' ' caslilprii. Tlic.ili-r b GIRLS B1CYCLK. nAWTlIOltNE T)F.- LUXK. EXCEU.KNT C O N H I T I O N W I R E BASKKT C A i m i K n . LIGHT. HORN. NEW TIHKS A R E A L H A R G A I N nl $2500 KIT dt 221 Knil .l'*^ 1 *.'. 1 * ° r _*«ll m's. _ MILK route, with 'S] Siiir1ebnkcr trurk. Mnkini nvrr JfiOn n month ._, K . ( :^_^!L 1 i?C- B 1 "" 1 "". (Jrc-cnlanrt. UNDERWOOD noitpieim t^pewrilcr Snort ^cond it ion. Phmtf 211IJ 4~om~I,OCUStTMpoVt"ii:' CroMri,"'A?k7K'- JfRB. Floyd M a n k i n d N E A R L Y new onk riiWcti* ipt ~ fc- f r l B f t r n l o r . M n y t n g rtulch nvcn r«nr~. i Simmon* couch, p i n t f o r m rocker. nni 10,110 ncd snf) tshlp. ncd c'im- o t h e r articles Phont 2.1!1R3 ' ; -M FOOT I n r t i n n house t r n i l c r Prlrcr! ' t.) Roll. f,fl7 N o r l h I.pvrr^tt _ I NEW Home rrrozp dprp" f r r t r r r V l f i j nil nnt. both nt Ir Phr» for ronc-r^lo in person. Oznrk - nrH :i p. in. W A N T a miortlr [iRi-f! Ja'cly'ln "wof ! ^XiiiiiLjiliLsI iniCl Ph(mB H44R3. ! SITIJAT10N_WANTED CARP'ENTEH. work i\- hour oT irart. C. I. MrDanicli. 2 I 3 I J . fiOn POUNJIS h l n r k f - v r p o u n d . _ C a r p o n I3ro« RCA V i r l o r record i nir-nt 3MIIA 9 i'lNT ]irixiturc"rnr 7 FOOT N»r«i- riMrixcrnloi «happ. $so.0(j H u H r i i n K 4;i, i 2. Torry VilinEe. M E M O R I A L Uny flowri. "i nvcrln»tin)(. I'hoiio ^»,1^ Klnwrr*. 4.1 Snutli GISBK pea srcd. J^c Phone .DMWl r n l l 7 2 n f ' f t .1 ROOM I i j r t lici. I n n n r i r v , ,,, ,. , p r i v a t e e n t r a n c e . 1'hnnr U i l l l U r s pni.t ^n'l Wrfli I 2 ' l l K I J H O O M hoiMr 7M i j inn- Phone Klir/n 1 i-'i/RNrSHEU four ro Rnraitt-*. }mrriwn!!il' htlnrl*. g;iHi(iif(i dlx wanhcr priv-»ir I Jimr r, N» ,lo R , U l i l l l i c s p h l t l . K v i - r l t Phnnt. \fa fR Irnir. f u r n N l i ^ f l flfls-rrl f r o n t pr»rrl V A C A N T I n t . (·.,,,]*· CoMrgc Phnnr :tj? npuriniri I ROOM hoiMr m-rmt Levrr^M School Purth 1 Him nr-w fiK r r f n ^ i T - i ' t n ln« n t n r h l n r 701 ( I irl.i H E M K s ' n uViMiuiii'"horhe i n choice l o c u t i o n u t 11! r h u r r h S t r p f l t , plenl# ll'irtr fjnr*-. fhi.i^rri in porcn. (fti r-ia n . i 1 .- 1'ifin in f f l r c t Another two r.inch 8iy!e at 1342 O»B- \tftironm homei By Fultdtf? inmnjction. Cfntrai haitiu. i pnraitcs Restricted t-Jifit Pli-ntj binlttn* and tlvin* S p r i n g il:mrt A \ r in nir»rtrrii ' nrv Hpnrt ··n.-. | . . O r r u n i n r v jr. to SOS LIVESTOCK R A N C H 5 «0 A r n K S *«) acrei op*n and c u i u v n i r d mfmlfnv nnd paiture Und. M n r f r i f i n ! hnltCm. plenty of wtter. .s ronm hom^, l*r« barn. loctltd :* m M r n f r o m piv*m*nt. Prlct $22.730. More Ncrvftg* c«n h* purch»i«d, The Broadhunf Co. h-lrnn'in hmi !'».onr HUM 10.11 N Cnllrje FAYETTEVili.E ; S NKW lliree Ledrooti lot In excellent l l v i n n BEST Phone. 14* BUY3 a c t o r - . ,. I h n n J U N F U K N l i S H E I ) ~. ' G o (i d ipnnmem eih"«ni! ! n e r r y . j Ky Sue Burnett Its as practical and smart,.., ,,,,, be--a graceful yoked frock f o r ; women with soft, feminine details ! in the dress top and r u f f l e edging.' Collarless jacket completes an attractive street costume. Pattern No. 8704 is a sew-ritr perforated pattern in sizes 34. 36 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36. dress, 2-H yards of 39-inch; "ft yard contrast; jacket, H'4 yards. For this pattern, send 30c for 1 William A. Potter i Lincoln - (Special) - W i l l i a m ' A. Poller, 80, of Summers, died j at his home parly yesterday following a heart attack. He is survived by 'lis wife, K a t h e r i n e Pot- tcr of the home; two sons, Allen j Potter of Detroit, Mich., and Wil. liam of Milwaukee, Wis. I Funeral arrangements in charge of the Luginbuel Funeral home nf Lincoln, are incomplete a w a i t i n g arrival nf out of state relatives. ford. I I I . , for burial. Guests of Mrs. L, B. Uhl are Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Uhl and dauirh- tcr, Carol, of Fort Worth, and Mr. and Mrs. N. P. B v r u n and EACH, in CoiNs7ynVir'na"me, ad'j'| a " c n l e r Linda . o( Duncanville, mills, thp steelworkers are con- dress, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER ;o Sue Burnett, , Northwest Arkansas Times, l i s o i lexas. a major forciMit policy speech on radio, foreign policy beinc a field in which he and the general don't see eye tn eye. ! cc-v. s The field of h a v i n g s o m e t h i n g to ''1 ! ' say will belong p r e t t y rnurh en- · t u A r tirely tn Taft on Sunday. While [ lr "»- there'll be great fuss about the : l;ccp general's homecoming, he's sched- ' I ' K tiled to keep quiet publicly for a couple of days a f t e r his a r r i v a l although he'll talk privately w i t h the president. Eisenhower To Be Heard So on Sunday it will bp mostly Taft talking. This statp of a f f a i r s will undergo a change Tuesday when Eisenhower w i l l hold his first news conference here. On Wednesday at Abilene, Kan., he'll | make an important speech which will get major TV nnd radio coverage, a s i t u a t i o n w h i c h could hardly he expected to delight Taft. It doesn't. ! HP'S demanded eciiia! l i m e from · the networks, to be used Frid.iv ' n i g h l . He's not alone jn this, for . Senator Keffiu\(.r w a n t s equal timc, too. I Meanwhile.''on Monday the Supreme Court may hand down its ! decision on President Truman's seizure of the steel i n d u s t r y . So long as the government has t':e - -- are sidered government employes. They've stayed on t h e i r .jribs. But if thp court should n j r i r r side of the picture. How von ! don't own any of t h e t h i n g s on ;, . f a r m ; they all own you. Hnw the ! cr.v.'s don';, f i v e m i l k - ;js !lic yay- i ir.i! .-VIP.-· · b:il ho\v you ha-.-c ' t o 1 lid p u l l for every hiessed Knw i!npo.::;ih|e it their bnllies filled nvs from bav.-lini:. rt, ,...,., from squealinc, the horse from I Phone 666. ! litlpriing, and Ihe chickens from · ; fnllo-.-inj you abou!; a qr-nlle r e - ' Weldmc Shop. Highii-n.v r,2 Went i n t u C H K V H O I . B r 2 tun" 2 .-p'i-eil -ix _Ne».- »::5x20_llres. Phone ;m52Wl_ PA'CKARD-WILLYS"" Sales -- Service £;^jlYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO hrtcf onspn. H-4 hn|i. O'nUe muni! toltct kill, olc. A romplfte Imp i '-- "" ····""···,'· HAMPTON-S A H M Y SUIlI'l.DS STOHF. ' r "^, 1 , S " r - l) "f""'. TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES N«w and Reconditfoned. Portable Typewriters. Rentals Dependable service departmo.it. Cash or Terms if deiired years in the business ICO. 208 North Block j m i n d e r i h n i they, too, have T h e i r | rights in re;;.-ird to food and d r i n k , i No doubt the fnrniors v/ould j ffirm n u n i o n if t h e v kn?»- just whom to strike a g a i n s t . Inslead of t h a t «;ome of (hem move In town. fiot nn tho pnyroli, anrl spend Iheir .live:; v.-rinderiMR which is the ; worspr of tlu; t v n e v i l s - H i e n n i - mnls rl.morinj* for food, Ihe Knrrl- ' rr bcR«inc 1o bo hoed, or J h e t i m e clock \vai!ins to he nunchcd. FOR SALE-- LIVESTOCK ""Or7 PICS. j'i(.nn carh "OrrV'Li^r; .. t n i l r s E«t nf W i n i t l n w nt Sunset ^ MONTH oid Hampshire "pfa~ " : n m n i h 5 old Poland onrt JJuror rro __*.*"·__" nra £« gingham. Coshrn 2 REGIKTERED ifcrvfnrd~cow5 ^Tth calves Krncst Wllnon. Route JL'3 West M o u n t a i n St. Knyettevilie, Ark. Phnne 2-178 I^any M.'tlonc. Ifi FOOT spini-vcp u t i l l l ' y \nhr- Ifi HP s h i f t mntor. ciistorri w l n r h lr.;irlinK i r a l l i T . niro. _Ktnrna A v r n u c . Spi i CRAVBL."4-T-rrd" )o«d Phone .liTfi-j-i. M«r. -Smtion. delivered, n r . f r i l MU1):HN S rootn hum _201 IluriliivHIi' S t r e e t " S A V E ON "FI.f)OR 1 1X1 fhr worfc v f . n r K r l f rented from W n r d i ( I n l y SI f 0 a day MUNTGOMEHV W A R D 3 ROOM u n f t i r n l x h u t l ~annVtrtirrrt~*jrt 13500 m n n t h l v . 'IIRNISHF.IJ n p n r i m p u t f o r rotiplc, n i l ll hi It leu pnld. $.V) m o n t h l y I ROOM, l i g h t l i D i i a r k r r p m i JS 00 'kly l nn Invely L. -- I n r n U o n . L * . ··_ im wiih ilrcpitcv »nd Erom v r n i l i a i l n n . H c p n r n t e dtninf roon;. par l h n t r m r n t H it · lonf low · ,. ! modTn r a n c h ntyl*-. . O o n v e n - , A N D T H K R NEW f d n t f h style thr** ^ , i iii-'iroum ffaiurin* «n «x«i Itrja r r ^ l fron: ; t i v l n t j t t » n m . l.irfir hcdroomi «nd [iirnuhi'i-t j ii-parnte rtinlni room, fircplire in* ind w n s h - r r n ' r a l hr-nt Vnn m*y h u v e yovc l A v r - n u p | chnlrc nf t h r n p two fin* homei ** i!'i:r fi p ni i only $H.yiOfK) unrt havo th*m dw« J ' h . i n r 'iStXV .' or.itcd t« y o u r taite. h«rk ,,,,r,M i T I I R K R »!rradv f i n a n c r d f|\*« room hnrk p o r c n . | i,, ingB i owl wf u inc,t*d and nearly -- } new GI inani lire not now ·v*U«blt . s I R l f i N O in t n - t t c r h u r r y nv*-r »nd buy ent '"· - B n n r J p r of th-h- w i t h n t m n l l down p»'m«nt .flrtrt nn lonn roitii. A V E R Y n l f r t h r e e bedroom homt r1n»c in nn rmvemrnl. !!'· in oldtr houif t i n t in the vrry twit ol ern^- rtltiof) A nice yard, f*r»l« ind Hor- **c room A barm in «t only $850000 FOUR brrtror»m or thrpn bttfroom and HtMy, n r w nnrt t r u l y lov*ly. Ev*ry. ihitiB you w o u l d want in * Iru)/ only FLOOR pfili'unVr"" 1 n rl.iy. .Inhnix rn ' inr h "' ne ftl only « I7 . (W! " m co - RITTER AGENCY R rr d.i 'c.TlinK J ! 00 an-.J «n«J I'hotip 25MR PAR X VIEW "" n U n f l i r n l B h r n irc. Thnno ^1 for aummtr nr-ndix l a t i n tlry Bt-rv- «KRVICKfi OFTFFEn Y A R D fir "jKMrilPn_work' 7»h«nV'" ifftlW! I P A I N T I N O nnd'p.iprr h a n K l n c . I'h^i l*hone J9n» ' IR i Centtr HMJ22«W or_4MJ FARMS AN D R A NCHET WK have f»rmi and ranchti of ti[ Biir? for silft or triid* if you »t» inirreifrd In buying or feillnc co»^ "RUSSELL REALTY co. ? !t N. Blork 81. Phont 15M ··NOBII.ITV SllWr!" Cull ELIZABETH J A N E S a? KVUNINGS RAINBOW TROL'T TSTcl" "di Sprinadnle .1201. Ourk Trout rifiiT ftfKr Johngon. ANNb~UNCEMENT~TTT~ Keep op with the time the TIMER JallT. -read su i Charles Hinhlp, USAF, who has R~«in"vA«Hinv"» ·".V;"."'.".',X, 1 I' 00 " v i s i l i n K his P»«nts at Mmm- i thn m i l l s hnnrjpd hark 'in"t'h'p nv'Til ^TMTMTM^^\%^^^^^ ;o or, thus r^nvin, ,ho E n v orn- budget go further -- time-saving he v'ill be sta'tiniiM Arprlmnani- ISTM · a s f" 1 ' llo - v( ' r ' l h | e ""Cht t" 1 and economical dMigns that are · · '· · ·'-· - mpsn.i-. the signal for a steel s l n k r . easy to sew. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 cents. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D A D 5 Rate: 3 cent.': per wnr~ sinflt i» tcrtlnn Tlircr consonilivc- Insrrtln.i K""-f!° r "'" rd Min """m '"-lcr 2c ClMsiIlp,] ,,,, r . n , h ,,, n dv.nc»-»u( taken over !hc iclcpliont. Deadline for classified ncli: »3» ». m c l a l | y : 9 3 l ) a m. Saturrt.y Corrections and r n u n chcrrluliv made arfcr first iner!ion Kn come- lions or rerun mad* after ad hat ex- plrerl P^» ^['S-fn.^^'?,, 0 ^ -r^i,^S''TM : ifo^v S; " U "'" CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phoni Collect 1151 Alkaniu Joplin Rendering Co. ( , rr(ln n /v,.,. Mountain View, and John St.t.le t a k c ,,, t h c a j r w n v c s . ,,,, of Fayetteville. Foster and St.ttle th(! n a t i n n a rlpnrt nn ,, u ' w i l l spend the summer working in pparp onntr , r , , m , 1h " " 1 8 nd A n r h r , W . Alaska, In ancient times, sulfur was lifihlcd. Advrriift* In the TIMEA--II pi nn a European nrmy. hack and will m;ike ; | Monday. t So tho work odd ] warrnor nllhouRh yriii decide for yoursolf wl fair. NOTICR In Th« Prnhate Court Of W a t h J n R t o n County, Arkaiua torn h ; i t c h L n « . A n r r l l I.nwuon Goosf H n l r h r r y . 3GOO G.ilcvrny Drive Jon- lin. Mo FOR SA1.F--HOME \EKDS " iisKn'~MFnrHA"Ni)fsE * Fxir.n Rood .V.. font K f l v i n n t o r S.-ifl on (.unil C - l r l « ; p i ) t r r - I r n r r r a l o r s«s ty) Nti'r Ilnpcr KITS range sin fin J O H N RHODES A P P L I A N C E CO .11 N. l l l n r k Phono ?(I21 N "rn K "V 1 ' 1 ' '" p 4 '"' rnVr *" rnnl;i '- FOR yotiR~"mJo~riNr. .\EIDS Roofinc Conlrsclnr AUo. Asheilos .Sidlnr Momii repBirii. I'hftne l u i u ; W H K N ynu RO on vm «Hon n'.vf voiir PPl with int. fnr ilrprii'lalili- .-arc M a k e ri-srrvnllonn r a r l y W. P J3D- «»rd. Wlnslow. Ark;m-.a. _ T. V. AND H A D I O " »tCi'AUti.VO ~ C W. D A L E REASONABLE rh:ir(M. 25 yi-«r« e». p r r i r n r e . H r i n g radios to '"!' South w l ) n i ".-.«^wiYi_r.mr.iv i i i i | Church or rail ^S59W for tiemre ,,"" I DAGCETT * Ramitlell ro.mellcn no* ! _ r -"r' 1 i_3i!lL R " d10 S'-rvlciv · | «old r»clnslvcly by Fuller Bru.h I DITCH OiaoiNQ Company, u n d e r new t r a d e nnmo of FOOTINGS-- W n t c r. (ai ind iew«r Drhutanle Cosmrtlcu Fuller Brmh ····---- · · . » · . « · _ "»w Denier. Boyd Mllu. 520 l.lndfll O E M I N G WATftt SYS TIMS SAVE MONEY TIME and LABOR . Phone 1548 IDEAL MAHRE5S CO. Quality new matlresj and matlress renovating. Phone 3036 «0! WEST DICKSON SPECIAL ALL metal lawn rhaiTM. n IS wh Ihry !»«l Open rvenlnts Hilton nroi. Drive-In d ' l H h h' 1 t ep ,", c , llnk " --·-- Davli, !l3 * ""'" '~ K X C A V A T J N O . - BULLDfTZING -- · O N n S _ ROADS - C L E A R I N G OLIH K A R N E S AND ELLIS WILSON *-'!?-·?_. 25HJ MATTRESS R E N O V A T I N G Years of Servlc* 20,000,000 Policyholdtrs "" 20% i Savings . " MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO '.'. INSURANCE "Savings for preferred rlskj*""' Get the Facti The Ritfer Agency 1 loans Real Estate 16 East Center Store ·***~w ___________ WANTED TO BUI RO6n . u n l l l 9 M ' Furniture otion Motlrenn nriintftM t t ( TWO Mdni'i' Give prlre »nd -- K Murrny. nmne s. - . Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO. IM south Kmt si. Fij. 3090 Marvel FOR GOOD USED CARS SEE ABSHIER-BRYAN MOTOR CO. 1951 Chevrolet Convertible 9,000 Miles -- Just Like a New One 1950 Ford V-8 Pickup 12,000 Miles -- Fully Equipped 1946 Ford V-8 Pickup Good Condition -- Priced to Sell Adventures FRKD STARR A l l p , , or ih'rVi. room hnu terms W r i t e Box I.'SKD powe'r" brush"TM! Fisher. General neln t i l e Phone I03SW - T h e o d n r e F a v e t t e - WA.NT TO RENT 2 OR j room"fu'rnHhed"iip«7iment 7SV R d u l t B for B u m m e r o n l v 2497H r " ' m h """ m W,'»hinrton trlel. P e r m n n e n t . Phone ilUTN BERRY * Seho iiKDROOM modern "»!iliurli«n" K-Oft. city ; FOR RFNT-- MISCRM.ANEOIIA .1 R O f i M .,p»rln,eni.' p r i v V t r ' r n ' l r i i n r r " ' ' " 1 h " N " n h " l m r " n ''"'""· J. W. HILL ELECTRIC CO. Phono 24, West Fork TIOOM hilt n . ' · W.ide A; M c A l l Ii''. F a j e l t e n ! ] , . N O T I C E COME SEI YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER Hill !(((!(·, th.lt Onlnq;,h On7ir,.^ man what's known .!] n v r j y r v d . i l slatns. psiirrinll.v Ohlnhnma.' r. .,l-l r-noiiKh tn hr- a grn,vipa ;.···! i . livrrl all thoso vi-ars richt u n a i k "P ac'in tho nrark;: w i l h r i u t I I H C f n m i n R over tn t a k p a Inok at them. Whon hp rlirl shnw up iTrrntlv hf zot his peppers f u l l , anrl H H i . ' t 'invc to flnn his Klassf-s in ;.CP :hf·-,- arf just »j jtHxl fnr :nrr r-vc: ;,'.-. mnpt folks w h o knows s i v y i h o v iro. Hill likryl our h ; !K, ,-in'l I hound you he'll nnt w a i t sn Inni' to rnme afiain. To me Iho Rockies are K r . u i i l . h e a u t l f i i l , » w p - i n s p i r i n c . a m i a l l , hi:t they K I \ e me a feolmc ( ,f an alorn homh ready to e\p!or]p ;mr| h r l n R .ihnut the end of t h e wot Id. These f r i e n d l y M t l l e l u l l s l i e i c a' KA'.-RAd WVSTFKN'" r;Afi home remind me o[ the F o u r t h of ^ w'TM'TM^ "" '' ·':i' A R K A N I M I ' A N V ) i n s I t - . 1,1 ..[ A ' l - r. i - i i . /. ,, , :11 ,,,,,,. ifniiinir i f w i s im 111, 1. THII1Y n p p l l r f t l i r i n lo the Who's Who $136.00! For Service F A Y E T T E V I I L E Plumbing Heating Co. 310 NORTH WEST PHONE 730 ~ PH"ll_Cb~~~' REFRIGERATORS Consult You- Classified ^ S£rvice_pj rectory REAirrr COI.VAKI) S 2IH W M"df! BI!AiJfv so. c n ,a ' A T H A , t ( i A , N P R I C K S One 1 |, Serve, r.». l l r f n i e r n l i i f S|«-ed CJueen W H l n n e Mne.me KASY TKIIMS CLIFTON LUMBER CO. ''hut"' «7 u.l fi.rk Ark S HKAUTY"SHOF" «»LIA»LI WUU Bloch _ HboM ?M I'flWKII l.w · , *'»"··" f-mrr pri,|K-nv li.c.le.1 I Ik-hm.l .Slrec(« OORKRTIIiRI " Mli '.I W~Mea»h«r~ Spfnerr Corwtur* 177 Sfiuth t'nlver^lty It BOMB LATNORV "1)1 I T S MDMK 7,AtmDKY MATIC nd .nnjir michlnn. \-t wnO, «nd drvinit 71 Nnrlh ne«r rre;«l,ton« linve-ln ch I * n, tri 7 p m Mttiritiy t a. m to noon. FAYETTEVILLE -1 i PLUMBING HEATING. « CO. .1 I !L°-?lJ^ Phone tin AUTOMATIC APPLIAHCE CO* ; A Beitu P!c« la Bllf "Hutpoint U N . Block DEALER Pk. Hj SPECIAL S P E C I A L SPEGA3 FISHERMAN'S SPECIAL : $40.00 to ? ? ? ? :; AND THEY RUN · MOST ANY MAKE OR MODEL VACATION SPECIALS 1950 Rambler Station Wogon. Fully equipped. 7 1950 Nash Ambassador Hydramatic 4-door. ? 1949 Nash Ambassador Overdrive 4-door. · ·-. 1946 Nash Ambassador, 4-door. ' £ 1946 Nash 600, 4-door. MODERN MOTORS 125 W; MOUNTAIN PHONI 25:

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