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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1942 WPH ROLLS CUT BY Up to Scratch—the Jap's Workers Finding Private Employment; Others Take Special Courses Employment in Arkansas is increasing, according to figures released tliis week by Floyd Sharp, state administrator of the Work tjroject Administration. Up to and including the end of the week a total of 2459 persons from the WPA rolls in the state had been placed in private employment. In addition, 1751 persons have been put in vocational training schools throughout the state, learning the basic principles of trades that are in big demand from the war industries at this time. An additional 220 persons have been place din plants having war contracts, to learn the apprenticeship tiiat leads to private «mployment in the plant itself. ,'^This announcement was made in conjunction with/ the proclamation by President Roosevelt, naming the week beginning May 3 as Employment Week, in an effort to place as many men as possible in the factories and mines that are turning out war materials. Australian Defense Corps volunteer twines barbed wire entanglement in Melbourne just in case of unwelcome visitors. Alfred Cleo Petty Enlists In Marines C. G. Redman Li Grou|> Completing Air Raid Course C. G, Redman oi' Blytheville, is one of G5 Arkansas men who have been awarded ins true tors certificates after completing the course of training in the first statewide training school for air raid wardens, held at Little Rock last week. The school was sponsored by the Arkansas Department of the American Legion and the Citizen's Defense Corps of the Arkansas Defense Council. Certificates were awarded men who .successfully completed the 42 hours of training. The school opened Monday. ' The men taking the courses were selected by their American Legion posts and defense councils. They will be charged with the responsibility of training about 14,000 other air raid wardens the state. The men represented 42 key counties. tained by visiting or writing re- "cruiting offices in Little Hock, Jonesboro, Fort Smith, Hot Springs. or El Dorado. Nemesis was retribution. the Greek god of KILL ANTS LITTLE ROCK. —Alfred Cleo Petty. 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Petty of Burdette, was enlisted in the United States Marine Corps at the Little Bock district recruiting office May 7. Petty was transferred to San Diego, Calif., where he will undergo several weeks of recruit training at the Marine Corps base before assignment to duty with regular troops. Hundreds of Arkansas youths have already voluntcercc/ their services to their country by enlisting in the Marine Corps, this nation's oldest fighting organization. Men between the ages of 17 and 30 are eligible for enlistment. Com- jplete details on the many openings I in the Marine Corps can be ob- Fire Destroys Home STEELE, Mo., May 12.—Fire of unknown origin Completely destroyed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown at Steele early Saturday morning. Their household good.s were also destroyed. Mrs. Brown who was asleep at the time of the fire barely escaped being burned. Mr. Brown, who is night marshal at Steele, was on duty at the time. in the Two Missouri Pilots Begin 60-Day Course STEELE, Mo., May 12.—Baxter Southern, owner of Southern's Service Station at Steele arid Nick Downing, owner of a service sta- Food Stamps Will Not Be Bought At Issuing Office After June I j Clients of the Agricultural Marketing Administration's Food Stamp Program in Mississippi County will receive their federal food order stamps by mail starting June 1, instead of purchasing them at the local issuing office, William Snodgrass, area supervisor of AMA announced today. The Food Stamp Program been in operation in Mississippi County since May l, 1941 anc i clients have received their orange and blue stamps "over the counter" at the issuing offices in Blytheville, Osceola, and from the "mobile I unit" that served Manila arid Leachville. With the inauguration of a state central mailing program the stamp issuing offices will be closed and clients will receive food stamp order cards by mail each month. Order cards will inform clients MISSISSIPPI E. the has tion in Hayti, Rock yesterday course in the Corps. They enlisted merit's offer to reported to Little for U. their refresher S. Army Air under the holders of govern- civilian All British warplancs arc now camouflaged so identically that a template is used for every type of. plane, the belly and lower wing undejsurfaces being painted a neutral gray to blend with the sky while in flight. pilot licenses 21 to 42 years old and with 200 or more hours in the air. They have passed examinations for the 60-day course when they will be .eligible for rating of primary Army Air Corps instructors. They both passed examinations and flight tests in St. Louis and Little Rock last week. Read Courier News want ads. Here You Will find Furniture That Fits Your Purse la a <[iialily llial meets with llie approval of particular women! /orm a charming nettinf, nVipr? irjormal charm and cheerful living min&le. Club-type Aair—farorni be- canxf of it.t trim /i'nr.< nnrl *ub- ttatttial ai>penrnnr?. Krttx.i /er- rules finish ihc tnpcrrd tnahog- any front /cgj. The Charm and Beauty of the 18th Century Revived for You In THE ARDMORE GROUP! It's your opportunity to completely furnish with pieces selected from the distinctive Ardmore group—aud do so one piece at a time. The Karpen open stock plan permits your buying pieces gradually while keeping well within your budget...and best of all—this new plan assures you that your pieces will Mend in style, scale and color to provide a truly harmonious interior, yet the pieces offer ample variety. A rhnir~i>J-a-thoit*rint{-iifC!i. Lifht rnotifih tu Iw ntnml iibnut with rnsi\vrt *nh*tnntiallv bniJl iorlonf,lif<: ll'intlura* mahogany. $j>ring teat. The frcnwfi/uJ'/y fcienrrf nnA cnrrert lr/u nf liondiirn* ma~ hoftany arc an ntitslandinii future <*f (his f/rr-onirfrc rhn'tr. Especially tnilrd /or o lady't com/ort. * liirrinp mrtirulotifly fiiihM in Incrly fabrics e\/»erf/v rori.<ifr<ir/rr/--nt /n'rrr you mny TIT// b* proud n/. Classic framing is of Honduras mahogany. and Hubbard Furniture Co. S-T 7-148-14- 10-1410-14- 10-1411-11- 1-1-1114-14- 15-1423-14- 2M1- 28-1428- U- 21-1521-15- Acres 1939 1940 .07 10.00 40.00 80.00 40.00 15.00 40.00 •10.00 20.00 80.00 2.50 12.00 1941 44.80 .(i'l 04.0U Ui.OO 128.00 24.00 01.00 (Jd.OO ^2.00 ._•__ 1?8.UU 2.10 22.00 24.00 U2.00 24.00 of the smallest and largest amount of orange stamps that may be purchased. Space is provided for filling in the amount of orange stamps clients wish to buy. The card must be signed and in the event the mailing address is incorrect a space is provided for filling in the correct mailing address. A money order or cashier check in the amount of orange stamps to be purchased must accompany the food order card. Both the food order card and the money is mailed to State Department of Public Welfare, Food Stamp Division Box 2300, Little Rock. Orange and blue stamps will be mailed direct to the client from the Little Rock central mailing office the same day the order is received, Mr. Snodgrass explained. Officials point out there is no change in regulations of the food stamp program, it will be operated as it has in the past, except that clients will order and receive stamps by mail instead of buying them at' the local issuing office. If clients of the stamp program have any questions regarding the mailing program Mr. Snodgrass suggested they get m touch with Mrs. Mabel B. Crittenden, county certifying officer, local grocers or the Agricultural Marketing Administration- Area Office, 3201- South Main Street, Jonesboro, Ark. Unknown, Frl. A. J. Moodv, W 11. T. (Jill. Lot Mr.s. McOuntry, 1-lG-lO 4-15-JO 8-15-10 21-15-10 20- in-10 2-15-11 C-15-11 8-J5-11 jn.15-u 1G-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 17-15-11 21-15-11 21-15-11 21-15-11 21-15-11 21-15-11 22-15-11 LM5-12 •I-151U 5-15-lU .50 1.50 l'J.t>5 •10.00 10.00 40.00 1.90 2.07 4.50 59.75 Lot Lot a. 00 Lot Lot Lot Lots l.!J5 Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot 1.50 i.iy Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot 10 39.2'J 20.00 .100 87. 34 .61' 8.28 48.(il .64 2.24 9.7J 72.11 04.00 10.00 35.20 1.25 2.98 3.04 19.70 1.25 IN* THE CHANCERY COU'RT, CH10KAH4WBA DISTRICT, CO U Nil AUK AN S A 8. • JJrjuiiaue District Number 17, of lii«!iU- Kippi County, ArkrtiHttrt H mi V. G. Hoi- kiul, H. A, Lynch niid J. II. Crain. receivers of Drainai;n DiHirici Number 17, of Mississippi County Arkansas. Plaintiff*, VS. No. 777£i T. C. OWL-US and Delinquent Lands, Defendants. All persons having, ur claiming, an interest in any at the following described lands are hereby notified that suit is pending in the Chancery Court for (he Chickasuwya District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to enforce tho collection of ( certain drainage Taxes on the subjoined list of lands each s»up- posed owner's name having been sot opposite his, or her, or its, lauds, togetlier with the amounts aeverally duo from each, lo-wit: Supposed Owner * Description T. C'. Owens, Lot 5 SW Nancy Yatcs, K of B NE NW W. U. Kayder, SK NW Hen and Tom Kayder, SVV N\V 11. T. Kayder, N >/j SW _._ A. .M. .Nunnery, Nli S\V . Paul Shipley, li 15 A SW SW Kayniond Dudley, SK SE 11, T. Kayder, Kfa, K»/j SK C G. liiicliunnan, W •£ NW HK T. A. Hollih, Ky. NW _ _.__ Kivers Gill, 2.5 A NW Cor NW SK__ J. W. Lorron, W of H SW SW__- _ J. W. Lorron, SK SK Kx 2 A J. K. Parks, '/.-A SW cor K of L SW SK Unknown, S,fc K of B SW SE Unknown. K 19.05 A S&li of D SE 1 /* Mrs. Doyle Henderson, C 1-3 NW'/t Ex 4 A J. L. CJrice, NW SE _.__ Chas. Holbrook.-i, W 10 A NW NE _ U. L. Hawkins, SW NW __. _.Unknown, N of H SW NE Unknown, Ori^. 8urv. SE NE Pt. SW SW of u wy. NW M SW>A Lot 18 NE'A 15-15-11 James White, IJA SE Cur NW SW 10-15-11 0. C. Johnson, Lot 50x110 NW SW K. Hur«t, E 50' W 350' L 1-1 SE J. W. Scott, Lot 22 SE Raymond Lansing Lots 26 to 29 & 32 & 33 Am. United Life Ins. Co., Lot 39 SE W. 1U. McFurlund, Lot 1 NE Am. Building itnd Loan, E % Lot ONE Unknown, W 225' Lot 43 SE Unknown, E 225' Lot 4:5 SE G. W. Shipj), W Pt Lot 9 NE Unknown, Lot -14 fSE Carey Dunlap, Lot 46 HE .Thelma Ogle. W J Xs Lot 45 SE Unknown, Hal, Lot 26 KE Mrs. Lou Baggett, Lot 17 Unknown, Lot 6 Hlock I N VI- NE'A Unknown, Lot 7 Block 1 N >/• NE l ,i B. Barksdnle. LV 5 Blk 1 N'/fc NK',4_- 0. C. Johnson, Lt 16 Blk 2 N'/s NKtf H. H. Haley. Lt 8 Blk 2 N V-i NE'/j Eugenia Hale Shontz. S of D SW SW._ W. AI. Koyal. Frl S'X: NW Robinson & Thomas. Frl All S'/a NE Paul Combs, I A SW Cor SW SW J. L Hcnson, Ex 40 A S'/i SW Idii Overall, W 330' W',<• L 2 NE & WVfc WVs WMs SE _ ___ Carrici Kobinson, W »Xj W Vs NE Kvelyn Bneknor, W'/. E '/. NE Oscar Buckner, K Vfc W'/j NE Riinil Realty Co.. S 20 A N'/• SE John Buckner. SW SE Zal B. Harrison. W of UK S'/a N"W__ Mrs. A. B. Fatrficld. W'/» SEV* & SW',; Clias. Sebastian, NE NW Curl Ledhetter, SVi SE',4 Mrs. Doyle Henderson, SK SW .1. M. Frunknm, N 33.47A E RR NWVi: R. M. Vernnon. Fr!. SW SE 8G-10-1U Carrie .inrrett. SW Cor SW SW 27-16-Ll Pearl Moore Gean. 1A NE Cor E 3 ,« NW 28-10-11 .1. M. Has.scll, 10A NW Cor SW NW__ Chus. Ynrliro. 1A SW Cor SW NW Ednti V. Hushiinil, 1.25A Lot I SE NE G. J. Perry Est., N 9A SE NW Ada Huffman, W of Lev. Lot 10 S'/j H. Paul Est.. Lot 8 SW T H. Hatfioid Est., Lot a SE KW T.' H. Hatfield Kst.. W '£ SE SW T. H. HtUficld Est., S 25A Lot 2 N'W .SW T. H. Hatfield Est., SW cor Lot 1 NE SW Mrs. W. I). Ncely, Lot 1 N'/j- G C. Hughes', Frl SW NW Miller & Ureenlct Subdivision Supposed Owner Lt Blk 1939 1010 1041 CUaa. Sanders N75' 5 __ .00 Jack Mitchell Addition 0. C. Johnson W 50' N 125' Lot 1 __ .15 .15 Morris Addition P. M. Hurst 13 IJ __ __ 1.05 14 B „ .35 .20 5 C 1.40 1.40 1.40 Town of Blytheville l.oo .bo .20 .24 .19 .19 .25 .60 .60 9.60 .56 .(50 .60 60 .60 9.60 '.56 125.77 .2U .10 13 14.10 .86 .19 .20 .08 .32 .76 22 4.! 3 6 .17 .60 .60 '.i 60 «2.70 .6-1 .56 125.77 b VI Eliza Ford W 1'L Ada Hicks Original Survey L. E. McFall 2!J -- J.OO W. B. Thompson 79 __ .SO Park Addition J. M And'-i'suii 5 l .Go Mrs. K. M.McLeod 0 1 _- .00 _Mrs. Willie Roberts 12 &. 13 1 1.20 -- -Ark-Mo Power Co. 7 & 8 3 __ _~ 1.20 McCullar L 5 __ " __ .00 Ben Fisher 1 & 2 7 __ - __ 1.20 O.W.Davis S 05' 2 8 .24 Eebacca Patterson Subdivision Tluid Phillips 17, 18 1 '__ .52 .52 Dave Reynolds 1 2 _- .20 J. P. Pride Subdivision Plumie M. Pride. 1,2 A .413 flora M. Trim me 'J A __ .2^ Am. United Life Ins. Co 18 B' __ .2^ :_. V. It. Alays 13 & 14 C .40 __ -_ LID. United Life Jus. Co • 21 C „ .2U .2:5 i««s Bracken 21 D _ __ .23 1. },. Hyde 1 & 2 E 'Inmie M. Pride, 1'J E Am, United Life Ins. Co 20 J-:' A. Turner 22 E L. Bucharman a & 4 W. T. Kile-lieu 1 & 2 W. M. AlcFarlaml 0 M. Pride 8-15-13 9-15-13 9-15-13 9-15-13 !i-15-! 3 1I-15-13 23-16-10 35.46 12.80 12.80 12.80 6.40 32-10-10 .80 Society Dell —Personal 22.16 40.00 40.00 40.00 20.00 40.00 34.88 21-18-10 240.00 332.80 26-16-10 40.00 80.00 40.00 33.47 1.00 2.00 1.00 10.00 1.00 1.25 9.00 10.00 3.26 41.70 20.00 25.00 15.00 2.00 1.00 35.46 25.00 39.57 r.eo 128.00 G7.GO 45.52 30-16-11 34-1G-U 23-16-12 J9-UM:; 2!)-10-1:5 32-] 6-i:j 32-10-Hi 32- Hi-1 3 32-1 G-13 32-10-13 .64 .48 2.00 2.88 .96 .48 12.80 .48 2.00 2.88 3.20 1.05 _- 13.12 __ 3.20 _- 8.00 __ 3.30 .64 L. NIMVSOIII . United Life 9 10 .46 .40 .23 .46 .23 .46 his. Co 11 ll' _ Richards Addition Uoycl Stick rnoii G & \\'y £ 7 B Edwin Robinson Addition __ 1.50 .'JO .90 „ .00 1.20 1.20 __ .'JO 1.20 _'_ .60 1.20 .00 .17 17 .34 .00 .34 .17 .17 :.34 .17 .17 . 19' .19 .19 .20 .20 W. M. U. Meets The Womans Mission Union of the Dell Baptist Church met at the .home of Mrs. Edd Metcalf for a Royal Service Program Monday afternoon. Fifteen members and one visitor, Mrs. Cora Greenway, were present. The meeting opened with group singing. Mrs Carl Peeple and Mrs. John Stevens led in prayer and Mrs. Allen .Hardin .gave the devotional. During the business meeting, Mrs. C. H. Downs was elected assistant program chairman to help Mrs. Allen Hardin and Mrs. L. O. Wilson was elected assistant secretary and treasurer to Mrs. C. A. Smith. The theme of the program was "What Soever Things Are Lovely." Those taking part and their subjects were: "What Soever Tilings Are Lovely." Mrs. L. O. Wilson; "Youth-Lovely' and Unlovely," Mrs. Carl Peeple; "A Call to Lovely Service." Mrs. Whaley; "Grace CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE Supposed Owner Lt Blk 1939 1910 1941 Allison Addition ,1. E Hood 3" 1 :_ 1.00 Uitc.hael Stokea 3 2 1.00 1.00 LOU Liilii Thomas 4 & 5 3 2.00 2.00 2.00 Delhi Carr 3 6 1.00 _ Cicero Ogle Est. 5 G Mary Vaughn 4 li Amanda Truss '4-7 Einiiiii Hicks 7 8 Mack and Carey Howard •• Eadcr 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 LOO 4 9 1.00 1.00 Addition Blan L. Stiles E'/i 1 .12 .12 .12 Earl Suyder 7 .24 Sam Barnes Addition Sam Barnes 2 & 3 -5tt Sam Barnes 7, 1I&14 .60 Barren & Lilly Addition Airs. T. F. Seaman U A .00 W. B. Green 7 & 9 B 1.20 0. E. atewurt 13 B 15 B 10 B: 18 B Mate Daniels Addition Supposed Owner Lt Blk 1939 1910 1941 W. L. Wrigtit 3 1 .CO .00' Jim Howard 4 & 5 1 i.'20 K. B. Brooks 9 10 11 1 1.80 Jeff Waters 15 1 .(JO Susie Carr G to 'J 2 2.40 2.40 Davis First Addition M. Fitzsimmuns E L't 7 17 .23 J. W. Adams 3 & 4 18 2.00 A. Woifo 10 & It 18 2.00 2.00 2.00 D»Tis Second Addition Henrietta Clark 7 4 Will Sales 13 -1 iu Carson 1 & 2 5 Norma Howard 10 (5 Henry Johnson 3 & •$ 7 (Lm Madkins 5 7 Taylor Swift __11 7 Vinnie Chapman 12 & 13 ' 7 Monroe Jones 15 7 •fohn Adkins 7 & ri Johnnie Barr 9 8 Dick Carr 10 8 Fred Tata 5 & <i ;» Amelia i-jherr^jd (> 10 Lillian Freeman 12 10 Howard Taylor 7 1 I Amanda Niish H 1 I Car] -Reynolds JU 12 Marie Parker 2 13 Tom Ware 4 13 Clias. Campbell 7 13 Rufus Lemmons 3 14 Editli Green '.', 1G Amanda Nash 4 IS .19 Amanda Nash 5 & (i 18 .38 Ruddle Heights Addition R. E. Blaylock 14, 15 2 .40 .40 Ma tlie Campbell .10 3 Florence Kirk 11 3 .20 Lizxie P. Cri^Ker i 7 .'.><j J. J. Williamson 18 Joe Martin 9. 10. 11 & 12 10 .80 Maggie Kiibbiiis 4 12 .20 Sunny Side Addition Cicero O^le Est. 5 1 B. E. Roberts 2 2 .GO B. E. Roberts 3 2 .Mi WiH Dinveil 3 3 .«(> 0. Slionyo 4 4 .00 Lee Kwing "» -t li 4 G. W. Murphy !) 4 Eliza Bryant ' 10 4 .(50 G. F. Williams '6 5 Annie Wsilkor 10 & 11 G. F. Williams 13 5 VaiPs Third Addition Unknown , 10 1.10 .60 .60 .uO .17 .17 .34 .17 .19 .20 .17 .38 .40 .20 .20 .20 .1)0 .liO .(10 .(>(> 1.20 .GO .GU 1.20 .fiO' diaries Meus John Kiri£ .1. r\ Limsford tWcst End Subdivision & Lucille 17 & IK 1 ny 1'J 1 — 28, 29 1 -GO .60 .GO .60 .50 .60 .GO .60 .00 .(JO .60 .00 1.20 .60 .24 _ __ .(30 1.20 .UO McBride Y. W. Gill; Revealing Youth," Mrs. C. Lovely Christian W. Lewis. -Mrs A.", Mrs. Bertha the Heart of A. \Smith: "The Spirit.'V Mrs. M. Walt'er Lewis dismissed with prayer. Programs were made out in book form with a rose pinned on the front on which were printed "Lovely Petals of Thought." . The hostess served a salad plate with ice drinks. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. L O. Wilson. lias Bridge Club Mrs. James Tidweli entertained the Dell Bridge Club Wednesday night at her home at 8:30 o'clock Mrs. Ri. A. Greenway won high score and Mrs. Tidwcll second high After the games the hostess served a salad plate and iced drinks The next meeting will be with Miss Helen Armstrong. i.so .60 .60 .60 .GO 1.20- .GO .60 .60 .60 .fiO .60 H. R. Crawford, who is at Camp Robinson, visited his parents and family Tuesday and Wednesday. Tommie Bennett, who. is with the Air Corps at Keeslcr Field. Miss., is visiting his parents until the 15th of the month. 0. Shonyo 0. Shonyo 0. yhonyo y. A. & Lizzie Williams 3 C .CO Elbert Taylor 10 C .GO .b'O ,0'tP Dan McGroggor 14, 15 & 1G C 1.60 1 80 W. C. Vanbibber 11 D W. C. Van bibber 12 D W. G. Maxwell 7 E G. W. Belcher 13 E J. L. Wright L & 2 F Curtis J. Speck 8 F Mrs.11.,J.Jennings 11 F Roy Kuonce C i-3 12 F Irs. M. J. Jennings S 1-3 12 F oe Taylor 12 G I. G. Wood 4 H .GO :. C. Gillis 5 H .60 .60 ohn Thomas House 15 & 16 I 1.20 1.20 1.20 Spencer Anderson 5 Al .60 Eeckman Addition Minnie Mason S 63' 9 Black 12 D. Ferguson 16 2 S. H. Bishop Addition M. Devinc 3 2.04 2.01 2.04 Blythe Addition Rogers K '/i 15 24 .50 Shiblcy E 115' 1 29 Carrie Dunlup 12 31 Nancy Montgomery 22 31 J. H. Arnold t 32 K. F. Henry 2 32 Caudill & Rnmcy N!£ 7 & all a 33 .!. H. Fisher W 8' 19 33 Blythcville Lumber Co. .1. F. Zinimer 3 3 W. C. Lcggctt 4 Sam A. Wood 6 BIythovillc Lumber Co. Irn Gray 5 & 6 E. M. Bryeans J. H. Webb K% 13 1 J. H. Webb EVi 14 1 J. W. Bader, 1. 2. 3&4 4 Arthur Bryeans 567 4 Arthur Bryeans 1920 4 Mrs. E. W. Perry 13 & 14 5 Mrs. loe Mary J. G. 8 .*-<S 2 .GO .50 .80 .80 .SO .80 .GO .60 .50 .00 .59 .80 .80 .ao Unknown E 55' N'/• 3 N. Johns " 3 W. D. Webb W'/j 8 Anderson ft Crain 5' 3 43 •i 1.40 4 .77 .77 5 .1.40 1.40 1.40 2.40 2 1.20 Davis Third Addition Slmlieed Siililm 8 & 9 2 2.40 2.40 C. Douglas 15 J. Kvrard K'/i 3 & 4 3 ___ 1.80 Equitable Bldg. & Loiin E- 10' 7 4 .22 ___ J. M. Anderson 12 Airs. 1>. H. Blackwood 13 DiTis Brothers Willie Worslcy 2 <fc 3 Hale t'. H. Acton 1 2 __ 1.2(1 __ .1.0 1.20 1.2W .01) .GO 2 .GO .60 3 __ .GO .GO Ecplat C " C .!»> .32 .HV .Hi •1 2.40 5 1.20 Subdivision 10 2.80 Subdivision B 1.20 .48 .48 Nettie H. Mrs. 2 1.80 Addition 1.20 .GO 3.00 3.00 •>Q .21 .2* 1.80 .24 First Addition 3 .80 .80 3 .80 3 .80 .80 Second Addition 3 .60 .60 Addition .06 -..06 AS .36 .24 .18 .48 .30 .24 New Problems for Farm Wife BERKELEY. Cal. < UP) — The California College of Agriculture has worked out a li.st of 18 new war problems which the national emergency has created for the farm wife. The list includes conservation of valuable materials, food and clothing, tires, gasoline,electricity, paper, silk, metals, fat for soap-making, vegetable gardening, raising of. small meat animals and various other tasks. H. M. «. M. J. M. M. T. W. O. Bugg Ratcliff Ncedham Bcntly Bombolaskt .Johnson Cora Hnrber C. T. Wickor 3 A G. W. Crawford I Everett Harber Floyd Simpson C. J. Kvrard Agnes Jones Myrtle Sevirr Mrs. E. H. Jackson Myrtle Scvier 7 & Chas. Ncedham Addition 8 2 •!• "* 5 4 G 't 2 8 .24 .12 .24 .80 4 & 4 3 4 8 1 2 .60 .80 .80 .60 .SO .30 15 .80 .80 .80 .81) .80 1.60 1.60 Hearn Addition Manett Hearn Second Maudo Halslcad 7 & B B Hearn & Perry Mrs. John H:\lslead 4 2 Alyrtlo Sevicr 5 2 .60 .O'O Highland Place Addition Ivy Crawford 3 2 .00 Same 5. 6. 7. S, 13 2 J. F. Livingston Ex W 20' N 40' 10 4 Nettie Roberts E'/2 14 & Carrie Wood burn A. G Shiblcy 3 & Olive H. Henton a. 9 Imogcne Trumbl C. A. Tant Jesse White P. B. B. B. Maude Phillips S Vi 7 &(> 12 Hollandale Addition Chas. yutton (3 A Jhny. fsutton 7 & ohn Buchanan 4 Mrs. Geo. tikelton E'/fe 'oni ymitli 2. lohn B. Walker Hollipeter C. Jones [stall Neal lone Thonipsuu Jess Wood W. B. Green 3. Shonyo Will Sistnmk [). Shonyo W. O. Chirk 0. Shonyo Nannie Jones Pas call & Bugg Jim Lo we Mark Brinkley O. Shonyo Mary Parnell J. W. Floyd Mosc Wells Irregular Unknown LmiTiio Judgu 3 W. P. SiiniiticntU 7 West Gate A. E. Scott 2 ('. R. .Layman 3 it '1 L. "D. "Hngliey 5 C Eulii Lee Carney <5 C TOWN OF YARBRO Minnie Sadler 9 2 1.00 1.00 1.00 All persons nnd corporiitiotis interested in -said hinds, are hereby notified that they are required, by law. to appear within four (1) werks and make defeiinii to snic! .suit, <ir the same will be taken as confessed, and final judgment will bt» entered, directing the Halo of said lands for the purpose of collecting said tnxes. together with tin: payment of interest, pe.nalty and cost allowed by l»w. Witness my hand and the .seal of said Court, this the 17 dav of April. 1 ( J42. HARVFA r ' MORRIS. Clerk of said Court. A21-28-M5-12 CARD OF THANKS We thank our many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and the beautiful floral offerings during the tragic death of our precious husband and daddy. Mrs. Charles Ellett Cobb Jr., and bab.-js. Oil of cloves, used in medicines and scented soaps, is made by distilling cloves in water. .80 " .80 1.20 1.20 .80 .80 1.60 1.20 .GO .GO .80 .80 .80 -SO 1.60 1.60 16 .80 Chicago Mill & Lbr. Co. Second Addition Hall Sisters 2&K'/i 3 H. R. Campbell 18 Gordon Kvrard 13 Unknown XVi 5 j. W. Alexander I I Unknown EM: 6 Unknown 11 to 15 "Fine Imported and Domestic Liquors" Your Patronage Appreciated* Russell Marr's Liquor Store 106 N. Next Broadway Door South Phone 2868 Office •2 1.50 2 1.00 X 1.00 1.00 o .41 6 1.00 1.00 6 .50 6 5.00 Chicago Milt & Lbr. Co. Third Addition Carrie Diinlap 3 B, M. Prince 2 B. M. Prince ;? Unknown 5 ]J. M. Prince 6 & 7 Unknown i \V. M. McParlnnrj fi Tollie DuUncy 2 Unknown ti Unknown I Chickasawba J. li. Tyronnc 7 F \. Rohinsnn 10 * W 15' 11 .60 .6 1 3 .fiO 3 .GO 3 1.20 1.20 .r>o .GO .60 .60 .00 8 Lots 15-15-11 M. C. Gentry Lot IS NK Vi -- __ .24 Irregular Lots 16-15-11 M. Laird Lt 6 K. Hill Lot. 7 NW E. Rogers Lt ^12 NW Addition" " '.) 1.20 10 1.56 Gardens Charlie Phillips 3 5 2 .32 T E. McBride 7 2 K K. Jnckson 2 3 .16 J. T. CoMon Subdivision 2 B. Harrison 4 is 5 15,36 .60 - _ .60 .60 C. W. K. C. R. Laymnn Lt 18 NW Irregular Lots 17-15-11 Unknown Lot 24 SK .40 Am. United Life Ins. Co. E 100' Lot 18 SE __ . Marck Butler Lot SO SE .20 Mike Morath E 4-5 Lot 41 ._ Unknown Lot 43 SE Am. United Life Ins. Co. Lot 45 Carrie Dunisp Lot 46 James Addition E Harber EV> 2 A .40 Walter Waddy t A __ Lee Subdivision Nannie Pool 5 Geo. M. Lee Chns. Bedford Geo. M. Lee Charles Keswick Corp. Marsh J. A. Harbor S 51' 1 & 2 2 __ -W. A. Afflick 12 3 __ 1.40 Maybclle SubdiTision Unknown 41 Unknown 16&17 1 __ .30 Unknown 10 & 11 2 -20 Miller It Greenkc Addition Roy Nelson ]S i .SO .SO 7 .28 15 __ 1R .28 .28 Less Subdivision 6 .20 .20 Addition -SAVE WAX MATERIAL- ,*'EY«T7 trip you t*k» fjy j Super-Coach lostcad oi by, ur you'll b« taring two tons of fuoliai out of erery thretl You'll also b« making " pocsibl* itmilar economies ia • net*]*, fabric*, and rubber I- -AVOC WEAR ON IKES' *j i "Go euy OB those tires all your*—fo Greyhoirtid when- i flver busmen or relaxation call* you out oC towa. It •uuras extra life for tho*« precious tires you can't st» ,, place—*nd for your earl. <«T!AVR M WO-WEBr •There are BO 'prioritise* cti travel for relaxation! But you can help to avoid unnecessary crowding by traveling; during the mid-week period whenever possible — leaving extra «e«apace for aoldiers afcd war « r tk* week-enda, 1 : Memphis, Tcnn. 1.60 2.90 St. Louis, Mo. 4.45 7.75. New Orleans, La. 8.45 12.vojVj. Detroit, Mien. 10.45 18.80 Chicago, 111. 8.75 15.15 , t Kansas City, Mo. 7.05 12.70 '4 Greyhound Lines Blytheville,. Ark. 109 N. 5th Ph. -141 .SO 22 & \V\i 23 i __ j.20 __ GREYHOUND (/Nf5\

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