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NOffTHWBT AKAMAI TWW, ArtwiM Mttrfey, AnflvM 14, 1MI Personab Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hannah and daughter, Rebecca, are (pending the weekend fishing at Lake Leatherwood. They are to return tomorrow evening. MM. Clarence Hight and granddaughter, Barbara Hannah, left today to viiit in Kansas City, Mo., with Mri. Hight's brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cantrell and ·children, Mike and Carolyn,, have returned Irom two w e e k s vacation «pent in Popular Bluff, Mo., Omaha, Neb., and in Kansas City, Mo. Mist Mtrtha Phillips i/r Seattle, Wash,, it a weekend iuest of her cousin, Mrs, Henry A. Nelion. Miss Phillips is a missionary with the Wycliffe Translators asonj the Zatoteco Indians in Mexico. Staff Sgt. Jerry Smith and Sgt. Bill' Underwood flew in Friday from Fort Campbell, Ky., for a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Holland of Wheeler. Sgt. Smith is a son-in-law of Mr and Mrs. Holland. Mr, and Mrs. Ed Mcllheran of Weslaco, Texas, are htr'e at the home of Mrs. ^Icllheran's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Edmiston, for a few days. They came for their daughter, Missy, who has been vacationing with her grandparents. Mrs. Marion Wasson, Jr., of Cheyenne, Wyo., is here for the wedding of Miss Pat Smith and is visiting with the Marion Wasson, Srs. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Delzell. She plans to return Monday to Cheyenne, where her husband is stationed at the Francis Warren Air Force Base. SATUBDAT EVENING 6:00 Lomb«rd-j on the Air 8:15 Starlight Timt 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sportl Review 7:00 Twenty Question! 7:30 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Pittsburgh Pirates 10:00 News 10:19 Dance Orch. 10:30 Dance Orch. 10:55 News 11:00 Dance Orch. 11:30 Sign Off SUNDAY MOKMNO 7:00 Freedom Story 7:30 Music for Sunday 1:00 Church of Chrilt 8:30 Fayetteville Baptist Aim. 8:4! Central Baptut Church 900 Nazarene 8:15 Central Christian Church 8:30 Central Christian Chuch 8:45 Music lor Sunday 10 :M Sacred Hevt Program 10:15 TIMES Morning Ntwi Edition 10:30 Voice of Prophecy 11:00 First.Baptist Church RUNDAT AmCNOOtt 1Z:M News with Vandevente? 12:15 Piano Portraits 12:30 Show Tipt and Show TuuM 1:00 BASEBALL, New York Yankees Vs. Boston Red Sox 2:30 Bandstand U.S.A. 3:00 3:30 Green Hornet Under Arrest 4:00 4:30 The Shadow . True Detective Mysteries 5:00 5:30 Sgt Preston of the Yukon Sunday Down South 6:00 6:30 «:4C SUNDAY NIORT M«e: Your Congretf News Christian Science Program 7:00 7:30 Hawaii Calls Methodist Church 8:30 Dance Orch. 1:00 1:15 8:30 *:4S Top Ten Top Ten Top Ten Quiet Music 10:00 10:15 10:30 5:30 5:50 News Political Picture Sign Off MONDAY MOCKING Rise N' Shin* RFD 1450 «:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Market Report and WeaUm 6:35 Rise if Shine «:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Korfee Kup Kap*n 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapera 1:00 News 1:15 Morning Devotion 1:30 TIMES Morning Edition 1:45 Holsum Gospel Hymni 8:00 Morning Melodies 1:15 Paula Stone Show 1:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen fo.- a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Handi 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:2S Newi 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:51 Market Report MONPAT AmWNOON 11:00 Jordannilrei 12:15 News at Noon 1J:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 11:45 JRlderi of the Purplt Safe 1:00 BASEBALL New York Yankees Vs. Boston Red Sox 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 1:80 Swing Session 1:30 Tun* Plck'n Time 4:00 Tune Plck'n Time 4:30 Tun* Plclt'n Tin» 1:00 The Merry Mailman 1:10 Songs of the B Bar B 1:55 Cecil Brown CAM PAID DEAD ANMMS Mrs. Sally Carpenter and Misses Myrna and Martha Moore of Oklahoma City, Okla., are leaving today to return horn* after visiting here this week in the homes of the Thad Rowden, Srs. and the Thad Rowden, Jrs. LEGAL NOTICE* Mrs. Cynthia J. Parsley is visiting her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Owen in San Diego, Calif., and Prof, and Mrs. Burl C. Price, Lamar, Calif. Mr. Price, who is president of Lamar College, is to receive his doctor's degree from the University of Colorado this month. Mrs. Chester House entertained with a surprise birthday party Friday night for her husband. After gifts were opened refreshments were served to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Drake, Miss Cordia House, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Baggctt, Charlie King, Ray Baggett, Delmer Baggett, Miss Mary Baggett and Howard Baggett. The Rev. and Mrs. Marius J. Lindloff, and daughter, Damaris, have returned from a trip to Chicago, 111., Minocqua, Wis., and Spring Grove, Minn. In Chicago, Mrs. Lindloff confered with publishers of ·the Gamma Phi Beta song book which she has edited. They visited friends in Minocqua, and with the Lyle Johnsons, former Fayetteville residents, in Spring Grove. Mr. Lindloff will spend the next few days in Texas, returning sometime next week. Guests here for the past week in the home of Mrs. Lou Stamper and her daughter, Mrs. Vilsie Reardon, were Mrs. Stamper's son, J. M. Stamper, and his wife, ar.d Mrs. Stamper's sister, Mrs. Willie Ingles, all -of El Paso, Texas; her daughter, Mrs. Dale Windsor, of Carlsbad, N. M.; Mrs. Reardon's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stovaugh, and ton, Larry, of El Paso; and daughter, Mrs. Leon Gordon, and children, Johnny and Ronnie, of Lafayette, Colo. Maj. Harold R. Kent, his wife, Mary Jo, and children, Mary Michael, William Lloyd and Patrick, who have spent the last three years in Trieste, are visiting in the home of Mrs. Kent's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan M. Mayes. They will leave soon for Washington, D. C., where Maj. Kent is assigned for the next three years. Other visitors in the Mayes' home re their son, Thomas I. Mayes, of Springfield, Mo.; their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Deignan, and two sons, John and Tom, of Norman, Okla., and their granddaughter, S h a r o n Mayes, of Little Rock. Obituary Mr*. FroncM EmtHin* Payne Funeral services for Mrs. Frances Emeline Payne, 96, long time resident of Fayetteville, were conducted yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock tt Watson's Mortuary by the Hev. A. D. Stuckey, Baptist minister, assisted by th« Hev. Wil- liam''Sherman, retired Methodist minister. Burial, under the direction of Watson'i Mortuary, was in Son's Chapel cemetery. Pallbearers were B e n n e t Crouch, Lynn Smith, Rex George, Ed Ciark, Allen Davii and Carl Stearns. Mr*. Barbara R*b*cca Davii Funeral services for Mrs. Barbara Rebecca Davis, who died Monday at the Elizabeth Hospital In Prairie Grove, were held yesterday afternoon «t 2 p. m., in the Walnut Grov^e Community House by the Rev. Koy Murrell of Springdale. Burial was in the Walnut Grove cemetery under the direction of Moore's Funeral Chapel. Pallbearers were J«hn Miller, Tioy Bushman, Alfred Hawkins, Cccrs? Shir-man, L. 0. Combs, and Eugene Payton. EVERYTHING M «MI summ FAYETTEVILLE IRON an*i METAL CO. AVI. HUDSON . . . TROURLES? sit aoa HAU AT OAtAOl htu been filed In my office, u Clerk of the Chancery Court uf Washington County. Arkansas, Die Petition of Clora J. Gibauii, praying fur the vcit- Inf, coniirniation and quluinijt uf title In her to the follow!^s .-icicrlbed real estate situated in Washington County, Arkansas, to-wit: Bc-iinning at the corner of Sections 9, 10, is and 1C in Township Sixteen (10) North of flange Thirty (30) West, and running thence West along the section line between Sections 9 and 16. One Hundred and Eiehlly-fivft (185) feet to the Northwest corner of the lot hereby conveyed; running thence South 7.515 poles, or One Hundred and Twenty- four il'24) feet; thence East One Hundred and Efghtyflve (185) feet more or leia. to the section line; thence North alone the line between Sections 15 And Fe. 7.515 poles, or One Hundred »nd Twenty-Tour (124) feet to the plncc of beginning, bcfne a port of the Northeast Quarter INE',', 1 of the Northeast Quarter (NEU) of Section Sixteen (16). Tovi'rtshlp Sixteen (10) Nor.h. of Range Thirty (3D) West, and situate in the City of Fayetteville. Arkansas, less only that portion of said land encompassed In College Avenue ond Maple Street. All personi claiming any interest In ugld lands or any lien thereon arr hereby n o t i f i e d and wnrncri to appenr in said Court within Six (Ci wccl'ji of the d n t e of the first publication oi this Notice nnd show cause, if any they have, why the title to satrt lands should not be vested, confirmed and qu'cts-d in the petitioner, Clora J. Glb'nn. forevfr. WITNESS my bond and seal on this 23 day of July. ia:,2. nichnrrt B. Clrrcr Richard B. Creer. Circuit Clerk I SEAL) PERSONAL POEMS wanted lor musical net 1 Inc. Rnnd pncrm for free examination. Klve Slur Music Masters. 317 Beacon Blrtg.. Boston, Maw. NOTICE Prairie Grove Heads of the local orianizntiotxs and the ministers of the town met Thursday lor lunch at Vlnsons Cafe with Senior Captain K. E. Moss director of the service unit of the Salvation Army, to appoint a committee to act as a . liaison between our community and the Salvation Army. Henry Carnahiin was chosen as chairman and Vincil Bell, treasurer. On the committee are- J. C. Parks, Dr. Frank Rigiall, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Keene, Rev. S. O. Patty. G. E. Wiswell and Rev. G. C. BIdwcll. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Morrison of San Carlos, Calif., spent Wednesday and Thursday with his sister, Mrs. W. J. Butcher. Mrs. Martin Shofner and Miss Wanda Lou Shofner left Wednesday for Denver, Colo., to spend their vacations with Mrs. Schofner's brother, S/Sgt. Marlin Gentry. Dr. and Mrs. Jerold Duck and childrer. left Tuesday for his new work in Purvis, Miss. Dr. Duck, who has beer, on the staff of the Elizabeth Hospital for the past 4wo years goes to a hospital in Purvis, Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r Clement are spending the week in Kansas City with their son, H, A. Clement. While the Clements are awny her mother, Mrs. MolJjf Maddox, is with her daughter, Mrs. Dean Hamsey. The G.A. girls of the Bantist Church met at the home of their leader, Mrs. Buford Jackson on Tuesday for a picnic lunch. After lunch they went to the church where they assisted the ladies in their- regular monthly Hoyal Service meeting. Mrs. .7. B. Stephen* was leader for the women's meeting. Miss Corctta and Sue Wilson arc guests this week of their cousin Miss Coralee Thomson in Neosho, Mo. Cpl. and Mrs. Roland Ramos of i [U'SINESS OPPORTUNITY Camp Chaffec. Mr. and Mrs. Jess j ' Johnson and Faye of Fayettevlllc j and Sonny Patrick of A f t o n , Okla., were Thursday guests of Mrs. Ruth Hanna and Barbara Patrick. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Carl and children who have been guests of his mother, Mrs. E. C. Carl, for two weeks returned to their home in Gorce. Texas, on Thursday. Mrs. Chester Armstrong nnd Mrs. G. C. Bidwell were hostesses at a picnic and swimming party at Lake Wcdington Thursday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Armstrong's mother, Mrs. Maude Witt of Borstow, Texas. Guests wore Miss Carroll Armstrong, M i k e and Jamie Armstrong, Rev. G. C. Bidwell, Kathryne and Camilla Bidwell, Sue Vlnson, Cliarlenp Brewer, and Carolyn Nelson of Little Rork. Mrs. K. C. Carl. Mrs. Clyde Sone, and Mrs. J. S. Harlan, l e f t Thursday for Goree, Texas, where they will spend a few days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barton Ctrl. --M1SCELMVMWS_ ality hay. \\ uu j«r bale, t tenon, phone L'OtH, Farm- UOU1J qi W. J!. t ington. V cdUNTLR"covered" toji. ThiB(T»7c"- lioiu .shelving-, n a t u r a l limsi., near- _jy_ncw. Phone laac _ ELDER'?A~'peiTchM. \ n.l.cs"~C(iaT~of SpriiiKdulc on fiS. l j mile on Hob- birton ruad south. W i l l deliver. I'hqne_5552,__Roy_^K. Lowe. THHEE pool lobifs. completely ""equip- ned. as North Biork^Street. GOOD" General" Electric"" w(uhin7~miT- chine with pump. »U. Ml N o r t h ' __School. j R A D u f f s and hutches. pedi^TedTNew : Zealand whites. Single docs, brctl · _doe*_and bucks. I'*ftno_j74-j. : ELLINGTON u'prlfihi"" piano" tiTTx".! cellent condition, b;nu:Hul tone I SlwOU. Dldg. 3 n f l e r 4. T t r r y V i l l n t c ' ! _ phonc_ 27«J1'L*J. j GENERAL Electflc~m"i~atovo a m i ' switch bo::. Used 8 rnontlu. JlfiO i _Phpne_l7'l-J-l. _ j PRACTICALLY " h e w Pni.~An.erlc7n j _clnrinej. fiu-1* bicycle. Phone azoW. LARGE size "Gmml" gas range, uspri 2 years, cost $130 O'J, Sell Si3 no _Phonc IMl^i. niyr*. RAliBlfS--nucits. doesTwlth "hutches" Phtme 2277-W or BCc at 1322 North _.arland_S'.rpet. _ _ HO IIANTAM tire almond" Vending "tnJ"- cnfnrs. never been ust-d. ^ j o f f . Call i KOLAGRAUH Bound proJortoV~HeaTy j d u l y type, for large n u d i t o r i u i m i TJwIghL Morris Prouuct.oiu. 1154 or t 1407. j USED Heveiu TflpeTet-nFdcfr~DTVIght j --TM£Tl*_!l l ! c ? ductl 5* tts -_ )I . 5 * or : ''? 7 i NICE '2 riursc wagon w i t h ~iicw" box ' or a one horse wafion. One j;ond r work or riding horse. Near Wheel- · "If buiinen doetu'c pick up pretty toon, I don't know what I'll do." NOTICE- You cet more for your furniture through our auctions. Always a good demand for good merchandise Lots of storage space. You can send your f u r n i t u r e in anytime for our Saturday tale. For truck or information' phonp 177Q. Hilton Bros. Auction House. Hlchway 71 Norlh v - i - SETIVEL rTfrigcrntSr, M a y l . fitoves. tflh'e. chair.*. Trrnia. K c r i Crown. 13Z1-M OPPORTUNITY MAN OR LADY FOR LOCAL BUSINESS WITH n a t i o n a l l y advertised produc'j shipped direct to you from lactory ' f a c t o r y prices. '"" at f a c t o r y prices. Thcee products are distrlbu.ed through new automatic merchandisers now being ·hmvn in Arhnnsns, dlspcnsinf; world-famoiw Hcrshcy Bars, ji n tl other merchandise machines. This is a ground-floor opportunity-, find ihls buslneoi is to he established for a reliable parly desirous cnrnine frcm $8.000 to $12.000 yi.arl Pflrt-Iimc cumin?,? $400 to $G01 m o n t h l y . Full t l m s u n l i m i t e d . Earnings start first week of oprratinn. S-.475 rnd up. cash required for equipment and invenlnry. Please do not answer this advcrtlse.nent you Imvo the rcq\iired a m o u n t nf cash available, and nrc a person who can mnkc and give a d e f i n i t P dccL-ion a f t e r you know the f n r t v For pcr-ionnl interview with comp a n y representative within ten days, write f u l l y about yourself, i n c l u d i n g phono number to FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE BOX 211. Datln*. Texan MONTGOMEHY Ward B foot Supreme refrigerator. Appraisrd at flSO 00. Sell for $125.00. 22.19-W. CHICKERING _ piano upright, upHoI- stcred bench, b e a u t i f u l . IJ85.01). Dli- couni f u r cash. 2239.W. BELLE of Geor(tia,~S2.0tf bushel. Brlni? container.^. John Carlcy. 1 mile weal _of_71_on 68.^Ujio^ith. Sprlngdnle. TRAVEL1TE 27 foot hoiue~irnilcr. three rooim antl bath, like new. Custom built with many extra convenience*, qomplefly furnished. Cost over $3.800. Bargain for ca«h. Call 63R-J72. LARGE Koch meat ca«. fi" American meat illcer Reasonable for quick xule. Phone 2B3C. BELLE of Georgia peachefi, ning and 2 mile C8 Highway. Sprlnjdale. _J ohji i_W. Clocr. for can- east on Dial 32X7. _ _ _ _ USED church scat!, home madcTPhbnc 3161-W_-l_or_3p60-M-4. _ __ EXCELLENT q u a l i t y JoKruon grau hay. Jl (10 bslc. Prairie hay. 60c bale. Call Hobert J. nrnwnins, phone __28B8._JOe_Kalh. _7"exa.i. _ __ GRAINS, Concord -- DrlnR y o u r con- talnur. pick your own. $2 per buahcl. HiRhway 45, phone 3042-K-4. Jack _Johnaon. 2 YEAR~o!d M a y t a g gas range. Excellent condition. Siou.00. Bidg. J l , --An 1 .!^- Terr.y_Vniage. _ __ ELBERTA PEACHES" o t ' R O G L I l V Orchards. S miles cafct on highway 45. ·'* mile- n o r t h Bring bas- A BUSINESS of your own thai will net SBUO.Oi) or more a month in Rn established bu;inc.*-i on an Investment of $800.03 is almost unhenrd of today. This opportunity uxtols at this time for a niiin and w i f e who can work loypther. Man mti*l be aalr.i-mlnried. MerchnndiJte consigned so couple will be carefully icrecn- cd. Phone 1026. India Marki Anniversary New Delhi, India - (/PJ - Prime Lion* Raitt Money Rogers -(Special)- Members of j HELP WANTED--MALE the Rogers Lions Club will make · a house-to-house canvass of the city Monday and Tuesday nights, selling bulk ice cream to f i n a n c e an cy« clinic for underprivileged children. DISHWASHER. Hoflln's Cafe, South School S tree!. SALESMEN WANTED SALESMANT6r"~1Ha~atate~ E^d bly adjoining states to handle fine quality tricot nylon and rayon l i n Kerie. State all qualifications a n d references. Pine-Hurst Textiles, Inc.. Asheboro. N. C. DOGS--CATS--PETS Minister Nehru marked Ihc f i f t h ^jTM^--j--^---,^-- anniversary of India's, fnricpcnd- I Minnit- C wynti^phonc ~sm"J3~' ence Friday with a pledge t h a t his " nation would "raise the voice of peace to the last, no matter who else talks wat." NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS Rat*: 3 e*nt* ptr wor£ tingle in- fcrtlon. Three conMCutive intcrtlo**, 7 cent* per word. Minimum order 42c. Clatiified mdt cash in «d%-ance--Hot taken over the telephone. Diadline for claisKicd ids; N:N m dally; S:30 a. m. Saturday. Corrections and rerun cheerfully made after first iniertton. No corrections or rerun made after ad has expired. FOR SALE--LIVESTOCK TWO saddle horses, one Palomino f id ing 4 year* old. One sorrel marc years old. reglstrred. Howard WoeHJe. Route 5. Siloam Springs, Ark. Highway 33. !a mile south SUnchomb__Stat!on. __ GOOD Western brcodinc ewca. twos, threes and fours. Plenty C o r r i t d a l e y c a r l m R ranis. Priced right. M. G. FOR SAL-AUTOMOT1VE LEGAL NOTICES NOTICK OP FILING OP PETITION TO QUIKT TITLI In Th* ciuincvry C«urt Of Wa»lilii|t*n Cviffitr, Arkann; J. TURNEK BKOWN and M^KJORIE ANN BHOWN. husband and wife Ex Parle Notice la hereby fiven that there his bten filed in my oiilce ss Clerk of the Chancerv Court of wwhini- ton County. Arkansas, the Petition of J. Turner Brown and Marjorie Ann Brown, hunband and wife, for the Quietinf and Confirmation of title in them to the followIng-deKcrihed real estate, situated In Washington County, Arkansas lo-wlt: Part of the Southeast q u a r t e r M the Northwest quarter of scdon Sixteen U6), Township Sixteen iifti North. Ranie Thirty fSCi West of the 5th P. M. described as tcllnws Bc-flnninf at a point which U 600.09 feet South of a point which in 19 chains and 5 links We si of the Northeast corner of said f o r t y acre tract; thence ru: nine South 60 feet: ihencc East two h u n d r e d eleven and one tenth ( 2 1 l . i f r e t ; Ihtncc North 60 feel; thence Writ two hundred eleven and one t e n t h (211.1) feet to the place of b* (finning--loss and except so much off the West and thrreM as ift now occupied and used a* ·* part of Duncan Street, in the city of Fayetteville. All persons claiming any Interest In . laid lands or any lien ihcrccn a r e ' 1941 Ponliac C l u b Coupe. hereby notlfitd tn appear in « a l d j l o . n u J A j Court within alx (8) weeks from t h e ! ' 9 4 " Hudson 4-door, ' $40.00 DOWN AKC rcRl^tcrrd Corker Spaniel pup" ' "' ' Phone 1G86 OFFERED DRIVING 52 Chevrolet to Soul tier n Caltfornin. IStn to 20th. Need 3 pfw- acneors. Phone 923-R-*. LOST AND FOUND LOST, 1 white faced steer, near sir- port, Bryan Walker. 1257-J. POULTRY CHARLEY Dcaly BROILER CHICKS, U. S. approved. Pulloriim pasted. "As near as your phonp." 138 Vir' FOR SALK-- HOMK NEEDS UPRIGHT piano. Good condition. Phone 765-J. ___ u KOR all your household neetls, call your Fuller Brush dealer, who will fi»vc your wanLi prompt and cour- tcua attention. Boyd Hilts. Phono 2377-R 12:03-1 :00. 5:00-3:00 Fuller Brtuh dealer on vacation, 8-2 to 8-10. PERSONALLY ENDORSED USED CARS 1949 Jeep P i c k u p . 4-wheel drive, 1946 la-ton Chevrolet Pickup. 1946 Dodge Pickup. 1941 Cadillac 4-door. 1939 Mercury 4-door. 1941 Ford Pickup. _ ___ __ 7939 MERCCti Y con v c ft ib 1 c^ need* . lux top. Fioyji 2G Inch Monarch bicycle, good condition. Phone CAKSON'K delirious watermelons nre ready. Urown nnd soM n n l j on our f a r n . . ^c pur p lunit. 1'ullet eggs ::i)r dozen. Also Umaloca fresh dally. Spine f~ 120.00 WILL h write credit . PlaiU 'Unrgaln andle deal. Phone or depart men! R O D M A N PJANO COMPANY. ."·» E. 18th St.. BABY CHICKS RERYICE8 OFTF.mTD _ HUUKKWOHK by lK«""hemr. PhoTS MATTRESS R E N O V A T I N G Colton Mtmrestea Built Into Quarantbad iniicnprlnca Hollywood Bed: Mndr - To Order ONE DAY UCRViCE--PHONE 2774 Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO. 1»«) South E«i si BEST OFFER OF YEAR room brick wllti full I-oratetl on nlet lot In n*if hborhood ctoM t* MUirc In (ootl r r p a l r . new roof, imirn ba*t- mrnt partitioned and cement floored Two rnmp!e'.e bath* W* rip***, it · the bejt offer of yttr at under S7.0W. « Let tu thow you. ftionc til Hammond Realty Co. Evt Phon* H D. Hammond 1372 J A JirvU FOK SAI.K--KFAL KSTATKT FIFTEEN UNIT TOURIST COURT i IDEAL LOCATION, b r a u l l f u l * [rcca, well CJlnblUlic-l btnme.ij | YEH. IT'S CLEAN ANT IN GOOD j CONDITION CAN BE H A N D L E D | WITH A R O U N D JiO.OOO 00 CASH or v/iil trade for « amall houxe ami KM j In town or a nice Jtork f a r m If ' you arc I n t c r c j t r d in m.iklnn money j and h n v i n K n good inctnnv. THIS 1^ . YOUn OPI»ORTUN1TY Oon'l wait j too long fr "" THIS COURT IS (JOING TO SELL. Jf interested you hail ' better gel quickly. A. L. SHAMBLIN WANT a cool placu on acenic Mt S«- fjuftvab? 4 room ·fllclcncy modrrn Owner leavin* Tor prlc«, phon« M«-J. EXTRA NICE 3 fir.DRQOM home, double firif*, Inrxe lot. i«t with b«auliful tre*i. Q««t Inratlon. practically new, fi.-Jt flnw rnndttion. R**dy tn move into, anil prlord In fell. WILSON REALTY POSITIVE S-YEAR REALTOR FOR BENT--MISCELLANEOUS OFFICE fp«c« for rent on Colleie Avenue, near squire. Cull 3108 or 9J9. FURNISHED »partmcnL, 205 N o r t h Church Phon« ,113^W After I SLEEPING room, ground floor. Frivol* entrinco and hath. 202 Weit LafayettC'. Phone 5 ROOM newly decorated modern hou*», 712 South Church, f« per month. Phone 2813-J-2. 4 ROOM unfurnished apartment. Sttam heat. Venetian blfndi, hi rd wood floor*, window fan.' Phon« zlM-J. LARGE one room furnlnhtd abirt- mtnt, *lnk, cabinet*. Servtl, large closet, private. 630 Wa.ll 3t __ room houae within" 3 block* of Unlvenity and grade achool. Phone 1W4-J. ____ ROOM modern houac, 41K Hunta- villf! Street. See owner, 115 Jackion fcrivc. 3 HOOM furniahrd apartment .7M B. _ School. Phone 24i. _ SMALL, upitalra 'turnUlwd apartment, available now to permanent uouple or two working flrla. Plenty butlt- Ina, nil new. Hardwood floors, akin Kara£c._Phonc 1318, Cy Cirjiey. FURNISHED apsrtm^nt, living room, jiiudy room, bedroom, dining room, kitchen and bath, 2 block* couth of cfiinpua, $60 without utllitlM. Phone 1.127. EXCEt.LENt, furnuihed. m o d * r n npfirlment. MO.OO. 1272-W . _ VERV nice 2 'room nirntihad apsri' nic-nt. ;t closct«. 1 block Irom cam- piu. Phone 2«. ,,--,.-,, -.-,. 11J .._ _____ , CLOSE "in""furnlIhod""iiparirnenC liard* wood floon with refrigerator. Vtry n^c^^AriiiMj gnjy^ T Phone j|!i7. one-1 block of Unltcrulty campus. Phi 2-lft iinfurni htd--1 one four room apirlments, 2B52W. apirlmpnti Rid Bud 641 Whltham. Phone NKRVICER OFFKRRD LAWN mowfnf and odd Jobi. Phont 1731-W. FOR a paper hanger or painter, phone 404-J. ,,_,,_,, CARPENTER and repair work. Phone iUn-R-3. _ _ . _ ^ . BALED ontx, targe bales, extra good. Phon . e -JI g l'. J .- , IT'S "roofer ~apartmenti are nice. 1--7 FT. Gibson refrigerator, with i ncencry U wonderful. You'll Ilk* freezer compartment. Hns been iucd Kockwood Apartment*. Phone 2I6J, a months. At lens t n n n wholesale *--*----**--**..---»*-·--«H^*M*AMM_« _prj c e 4 ^08 \ C le burn. 30 ACU£S of green corn; 1 Rood work horae. 3 mites south uf Karri* Pout Office Pearl Woodward. Fayetteville. KmilR 7. LKWJS BHOS. UASEMEN'T U.ied Kclvinntor refriKoralor ...$'.9 UJicd Crosloy rufrigcralor . X M Used OE r e l r i g a r n l o r ,,.$ S3 Used Hotpoiiit d;f.hwasher S125 Used Bcncltx waaher .$ fl9 irscd Maytag wa*hcr $ .10 Used Elccirolilx cleaner S 25 U^d _5?Pi 1 -'? mn . l ..^?Q! 1 i ): - ·_. --;. 5 ! 1 " ONE COO gaTion" propane*"tank"~fln"d 4 space heaters, J4 ft. meat case. 1 Coca-Cola cooler i electric), 1 pair scales, 1 adding machine, 1 ice bftx (hold* 75 Ihs. ice). Inquire Spring _ynIley_StO£p. LOVE" birds, beautiful colors, falkin* aRC. Phone_lfl8l-J. MOBILITY silver? Call ELIZABETH JANES 295 EVENINGS IDEAL MAHRESS CO, Quality new mattrei* and ,mattre$i rtnovoting. Phon* 3036 . 401 WEST DICKSON FOR 8ALf. OR TRAD! : MODERN broiler ranchei and hornet. Sale or iradt. Carson. Route 8. WANTED TO BUY GOOD used wheelbarrow. Phone 562. WANT TO RENT PERMANENT young couple deiirtu ftvt room furntiihcd or unfurnlihcd hoiue. Mult have xarafe. Bruno S. D o n n . B n x 6 j . F a y c i U y n j e . FOR RUNT-- MISCELLANEOUS LARGE bedroom, private entrance. Btulneu man or student prt-V rred. Phone 798-J. 5 ROOM house, newly decorated. _Ph?ne_Z433-W. ____ __ 2 ROOM furnished" apartment, cloit- lo aqusrc. Couple or working girl. .Phone 31K4. _ ROOM a gentleman would enjoy Linens furnjilied. Deilrable location Phftnc 283-J. ___ _ " ___ _ 3 r no m" ana r t ri ic n L 1 13 W. Lafayette. Phone UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom hotue, 1J21 ^Nqrth_Slp re r . _ _________ .1 ROOM hoiue. weit of Fair Ground*. VALLI S!mpior7 Ifnme for agert tnvnild I n f i r m pcraorui. Doy nnrt I'lght nervier. 204 S. Wright Street. Siloam __Sprlnfji, Ark. J.W.HILL ELECTRIC CO. Phone 24, Weil Fork SUN-T1L1 Venetian bllncu and aluminum window icreeni *ntf iwninis. Free eiMmntei. Oabe Coc-per. HI Soulh IXM-mt. Phonr 1016. DITCH DKiOlNO roOTINQ6«w a t · r. fai and tt««r dltchra. aeptlc tank holefl. Di||iH( anil back tilllnl Call 2121 trrct Dam EXCAVATING - BULLDOZING Land cloaring--:i«ving your topsoil. Heavy duty dlicinf. Brush rake--ponds. H. H. JONES, Conlroclor 557 E. Lafayette, Box H3 Unlvenltj Station Phone !WS rayolteville BULLDOZING EXCAVATING Roads, Ponds, Cltaring OLIN KARNES - ELLIS WILSON __31«W 2619J E X C A V A T I N G B U L L D O Z I N G Gravtl, Fill Dirt, Top Soil 0. M. P A T T 0 N Phoni 249 _ ____ hi- fiCIENCY a p a r t m e n t for . 7 oflcEe couple. V in 00 monthly, It'a {urn lined ami n i l bllU paid. rUR.VlSHKn 4 room houif. Clnj-t? in n\ $6000 m o n t h l y phu u l t l l t l f i s . Hdiiunonil R e a l t y Company H. U H A i n m n n r l L^-j __ J._A J j r v m lf3W _^ ^^ 4 ROOM ninrfcrn hoiue. Cloio in 1 dale of the first publication of ihlx notlct and show cm we. if there bo any, at to Why the (Ult to s.tld renl estate ihould not hi quieted and i-nnfirmed , , _ In the p« tit ion en in fee simple for- 1941 Plymouth Coupe. ·ver, except as to the Moritfuce on i o . i t u .j * - j ·aid land* from the Petitioners to the 1 9 4 ' H u d s o n ' ^ - d o o r . ild rayettev!ll« Builrllnji and Loan JiOClallon. Fkyellcvllle, Arknnsaji. dated July lit. 1M» which MortRagi; ·ppeart or record In MortgaRe nncorcJ 40)t it pa«* A23 thereof, of tht Uted Record* of said County. Wltntii my hand and seal on this I K l h day of July, i»52. Richard B Griter Clerk of Chancery Court ·MTMI ·* Te eMltrr TITLI IN THE CHANCKftY COURT uf WASHINGTON COUNTY. A R K A N S A S Ctora J. Gibton ex psrtt risintKf Maurice Rrnner and Joyce Tlrnner. hushend anrt wife, Defendants Notice u hereby fiven that there ON FOLLOWING CARS 1939 Plymouth 2-door. 1939 Buick 4-door. 1938 Ford Pickup. OZARK MOTOR CO. Springdali, Ark. PACKARD-WILLYS Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO Phont 6C6, 201 North (.lock 3 ItOoM upjirtiiicnt. f u r n u i h e d , w a l k - IrtR dbtanrc. On* range and S e r v f l refrlKeralor. Private balh. bilJn pmd, p r i v n t e entrance. Employed c-ouple ^on_w._SprinjB.__ t ROOM furnished a p a r t m e n t , f i r s t floor. Bath ronm, o i e c t r i c r e f r i g e r a - tor. Private entrance hack and front. Suttoble for retired or w o r k i n g rmi- pie W n t r r paid. 2t2 C. Uiclucn SLEEPIN0 room. very dVslrablenirTt floor. P r i v a t e / i n t r a n c e and bath 3~rib6M furnished"apartment neTr University. Private b a i h and entrance, I.c.rdwood floors, nice r e f r i g - erator. Plenty of b u i l t Ins. Ph.-.r.s 179.1-J. HOUllNOSWORTH apartrrwKu-T or 4 mom furnlihed or unfurr.lihad, Nf a Ml J nj verijtj^__Pjj' Who's Who For Service Consult Your Classified ^^ Scmce Directory COLVARUS BEAUTV 9HUH 2f)4 W. Meadow--Phone 2003 Machlnelcsi |3 .'rH.^Cold^wavi' 15.00 ·EAirri »w5 PR1CKJCTTS BtAUTY SHCI.P MBUA.H.S WOMK ·1 H aiQCfc HhOM TM CHILI! CARR CAKE for child ran In my home Mn foundationi, luriical iup- port* Vivian Orttn. 22 yitn Hrv jcg Phone 7M-J. ?U N .Uit " MM J Optne*r ---------_ Uj.jygri.jty jit HONE LAUNDKY Horn* t.iunory will max* appointminis in pick up and d H i v f r your l a u n d r y with aervlc4 to l u l l yrtur drjiire W»t wa*h, damf dry ftr dry. Trie* rtuontblt. Phone o. ti~ AClflC FA DUGGAR REALTY CO. Real Haven Motel-- Highway 7t North Phone M Day or Night _ SUBURBAN LOCATED en pived highway JUAI ouuilde town, PrfcoUcally new 5 room dwelling conalata 6* X .bedrooms, living room, pine'panelled den. com- :inatlon kitchen and dinette. £·- rajie with work room, broiler home approximately 4.000 capacity. 7 acrea good fertile land. THIS IS STRICTLY A CHOICE P1ECK OF PROPERTY, Priced at »Il,SOO Utley Company, Inc. REALTORS I.ENDKR8 IN5rinK9 Call H. t U!lf-, 3203. flfi 1M7 t. J. Pyeutt 2203. Rn. gM BO '^ 20 year FIIA HOME LOANS UTLEY AND COMPANY. INC. Phons 2203 SELECT YOURS fl.TSOOO down h a n d Irs this n i c e , two bedroom home on Highway 42. Nearly new and very nice. Large lot. |2,2B3.QO DOWN on new ttirre bedroom home In NF, location. B* IB net on 4ft GI loan. Not Inrsc but lovely and monthly payment* tmch leu than rent. YOU can't brut ihU one. Only tiz.- 800.00 fnr new auburhan thren bedroom home. Hoi central heat, two batlu, double garage and other n!c* feature*. Large lot at edge nf town and convenient to U .A. Canipui. NEAR Cnmpui This very nice oldrr home lew than two blockn Jrorn U Ol A and clO4? to nnw b i K b ichonl h«» three bedroom* pl".i 1hr*e bi*fl- rooms nnd l)*th on a«mnd floor t h h t *r* rented fo Bluilentji. A lovely home pluji income. Only $12.00000. FOrt only tft.SOO.OO you rnn have K nlc« nearly new ihr«» bldrogrn homo in a norlh loratlon You will he nr- prlfled at what you get fur the money. . ^.*. RITTER AGENCf It I. Center Phone 133t-MJ $"1,000 Down EAST 45, 2 bctlroom modern home. hardwoM floors, garage, '.i acrt land, Smnll monthly paymtnU, 80 Acre Form LOCATED between Feyeltevllle and Sprlngdale. 7 room home, good barn, chicken capacity, flmall orchard. All ripen crtMland except .1 acre* tlm*- bsr. Water auppllcd tn hoiuc by prcwiure B.v*lrm f r o m large Jiprlni Lou of thadc. Price reduced ahd very gen«rou.i lerm^ Would \rnc\f equity for Fayetteville or Spring- dal« rtaidencc. The Broadhunl Co. IQ.Tl N ColKf* Phone 24«7 SMALL buaineM'iihowinf good income al for and well located. Idea Thone 008. one per- S A N C H f o i r r t a l c , ranch will handle 80 cow* year round. IS mllti from*v111*. 5M-R-a. flV^ow rift r--Ko u r room modern rock veneer. 1 Io k near UnlvernUy uncl Leveroit School on pavfimcnt. 10J4 Garland. Phone Z53S-VY. FARMS AND RA'NCHES FOR Northwest Arkansas' best let ui fthow you our choice group of listings covering ill i lit farms ond liflEY COMPANY, INC. REALTORS LENDERS INSUROR8 Call J, J. Pycalt 2203. Rtl. HI H. L U l l e y . a 0 3 . . R M 1607 FOR QUICK SALE S«v*n-room houi* with oil thi conveniences of modern living. On a beautiful street. Yowr children can walk to the new High School or the University. For details_call 608. BY own«r-- 3 bedrnai.~fant?h~~~*Yyit. h u f f hrtch and w h i t e frame. 1 year old, hardwood floor*. (He bith. lore* m air f u r n a r r . 4 cloit!.-. v/tth dou* hie ullrlatic riofK'i. a t l a r h r c l zxtanc landn-apprt. 70x100 Joi nn North GUT- land, near U n . v r r a l t y and I.rvrrett Schnol. Prlr»»'i »o tell, for appoint_ mcnt j;ajy^ J jt.t6- W ______ HOUSE lor iiTlp""BO:i Doi^^~6~r"oonTi' hardwnnd floor*, K"ra|r Ixit MX 100' Wwrie fQ7t-J. " T E R M I T E C O N T R O L EOT. 1921 ODORLEif NONINFI.AMMABLE HARMLESS TO PLANTS Writ* ui or Mil ui colltet ARAB PUT CONTROL CO, 400 Ncrth "B" St. Fort Smith Chww 2IMM T H A N K S i It hoi bten a pliaiur* to i«rv» all my frlandt and cuitemtrt, and to hov» Ih* honor of their palronog* In (ft* past. I am now dtfvoting my limt to th* Sktlly Whol«tol« businesi also Icxaled et 300 W. Mountain Strttt. I linctrtly hop* you : will continue to patronlit Hughoi Irot, Skilty Station. VERNON WILSON" HUGHES BROS. SKEILY STATION 300 WEST MOUNTAIN Waihlng, pollihinfl. Enptrt lubrlcalloni. Hudion wtt clutchtl, fluid drivel and automatic trontmU- iloni iervic*d. Bralxi ad(usHd. Sporting goodt and bolt, .. Shop open 7 o,m. to 9 p.m. daily ; f AUTOMATIC A **M* Plew k II M. Sleek DCALZB Pk IN 200 ^ Ysrari of Strvk* 20,000,000 Policy holdtrt 20% , ·- Savings MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE "Savingi for prtf*rr*d rllkt* G«t th« Fact) The Riiler Agency Loam Rtal b«B» 16 Ecrtt (Untemj TlfEN t r t in nhow j mi i h K -x!rn niofr two btdroom and largf re ere* lion \ room honit- in rMim-ted di/itrict i Wood b u r n i n g f i r e p l a c e . A t m o · t ( more cln.wtji l h a n ynti nrr.l !,arst- ' a r r e p n r r t hark p',rrh^c ihndy ' lot with f a r vir-.v. Uaragt. N i c e WHEELER REALTY CO. . Ozark Theater Phnrif rj» Quick Loin Service lor Car Buyen Money 10 l e n d on new and tale modsl cart MOTORS FINANCE CO. MEN WANTED Men to work in grocery stores, also meat cutters and refrigeration men. Also man capable of operating on egg grading department. Good salary with paid VCQQ- tion, Life and Hospitalization Insurance, and bonus each three months. See Jim Blaktmore, Sunday, August 17th, at Mountain Inn Hotel in Faytttevillt or write to Liberal, Kgruov

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