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[SATURDAY, APRIL ic, loss I Plan Elaborate Program to Dedicate Negro Kxiiibil Building Friday On Friday, April 22, ill Wulker I Pa!rk and fair grounds here, a I dedlcalion program will be held, I dedicating the negro exhibit IjuiUI- 1 uig. A large crowd of t>eo|ili> of I both races Is expected to nUP.iul I the "Ciood Will" speaking program thai will start nt 2 p.m. nnd will I be held In the eramlsliind ia the I fair grounds. 'The celebration Ls to begin with ja large street parade, led by the . M. .t N. College band from Pine ^lurf and will 1» muilo up of representatives from every negro rural . and city school In the county. Olll- I clals have promised assistance in Arkansas Presbytery Is to Convene Here On Tuesday The program for Die nniiunl of the fiev. I,. A. Titylor. S. P Bry- mcetlng of Ihe Arkansns Presby- hi Conlessloji of Pnllh Is composed lery. comimed of approxlmalely init, J. s. Sleeper. Algernon Kl! JBLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 40 churches, which convenes here April IB vvns announced today uy the Rev. s. H. Salmon, pastor of the Plvsl Presbyterian church, and rHii'lui; moderator of the Presbytery. The Presbytery will convene In Its first, regular session Tuesday nluht at 1:30 o'clock which me.et- hiK will be opened by a hymn nnd followed by the roll call, Tlie Presbytery will then )x? called lo order nnd constituted with prayer, The liev. Mr. Salmon will pencil the opening sermon preceding Uu; election iif moderator, staled clerk, rind temporary clerk. Tlie concluding business on the docket Tor the meeting will be the deter- lousli, Uiiy Walton, P. II. Dun-In of Conway, C. P. B|B«-1I. The changes referred lo do not Imply n clmnge In doctrine but rather n niodemlwalon of the wording, The rest or the Wrdne.siUiy afternoon session will be taken up by the report of Iho treasurer, llio liev. Alexander Henry, of Newport, Ark,, reports of Uie standing coin- mlllees. unfinished huslnp.ss nnd new business, selection of place of next luiH'Untj in the fail u, 1{ \ ))„, ivadlni! or lh« minutes. The sermon nl the Wednesday nlBhl, services will be given by thn lii-v. .;. S. Sleeper. D. D., of llntes- vlllc. 'Die celebration of the Lord's Supper will be liclil at this lime. inomlne service will he conducted by Die flev. W. P. Rogers, D. D., of l)es Arc. This session will probably begin nt 9:00 o'clock. PVillow- ing the roll call and the raiding of minutes, new members will br- enrolled. At this time Appointments wilt he made to tlie six standing committees: Bills nnd overtures, judicial, leave of absence, minutes of general assembly, resolutions, devotional. A committee will nlso be appointed to revise the permanent, committees. Afler the reading of (lay morning in order to (Inlsli up Die business, the Itev. s. R Bryam. of Hie Pulaski Helghls cliurcli of Little Rock will conduct Ihe devotional ut that session. Ihe Gospel (earn of Arkansns College hoys, nt Uatesville, led by the Rev. John Crockett. D. a, famous "Bisliop ol the O/arks"! now president of. Arkansas College cujmimu'es. /iiier lie read UK of ,,, „ iir n ,i., K ,, ••---—-^ ~i;~ — ... communications, there will be a "' £?"£??• a "f n<x | n SCKi |°»' ---- - ••• • - " le " cv - Mr, Gray hns been asked to speak on "The World Conferences" which he attended In Oxford and Edinburgh. AH the meetings are open ones, but the public Is especially invited to attend the Tuesday and Wednesday night services. The hostess church will be represented by Roy Wnlton with C. J. Crane ns nller- farm I and city school In the county. Olli- j milllll B "> r lloills for t>>e sessions. | if' J L | s "f om ",,j nccessiiry to con I clals have promised assistance in The wslilp at the Wednesday tlnuo lhp meellnir throuuh Thin-;" I handling of Urn (raffle and crouds nlnr »'"" sm ' 1 '" > •»<" >'" ••"-<•'"<•"'" -- • B >»™ui,n inui.s- 1 at noon when the parade is scheduled to begin. Tlie dllfcreiit auto[ mobile dealers In Osceola nnd Hly- tlieville have promised to furnish I decorated cars, one from earii I dealer, for Ihe guest speakers nnd I state officials lo ride in during tile I parade. The school children will I march behind Ihe band. Mr. E. A. Miller, assistant director, f Agricultural Adjustment Adnunls- I trallon, Southern Region, will de- I liver the main address. Other guests I and speakers will includi; S. 1,. I Gladish, county Judge; U H. Au- I trey, president, Mississippi county I farm bureau; Dr. J. E. Walker, pres- I Went, Universal Life Insurance I comixmy-, Memphis; Ben P. Butler, I president, Osccola Civic club; Dr! I C. M. Harwell, president. Osceola I notary club; A. S. Rogers, mayor I of Osceola; Marlon Williams, mayor I of Blytheville; James p. Davis. '—•-'. field agent, AAA, souhern rc- K. C. Ray, district Extension Service, „„.„ . Albon 1,. Holsey, publicity ngent, AAA, .southern region; Tus- 1 kcgee Institute, Alabama; C. S. I Woodar<t. teacher trainer, A. Af. & 1 N. Colege, Pine niuff; Dr. Nolen M. Irby, state supervisor of negro [schools, Little Rock; Mrs. A. M. P. I Stroiijf, tisslsuint state supervisor I of negro c.sliools, Little Rock; Dr. I J. B. Wntson, ['resident, A. il. & I N. College. Pine Bluff. 2al B. Hnr- I rlson of Blytheville will deliver the | welcome address. The purpose of Ihe program is I to show some appreciation to the I members of the Mississippi County I nolr Association who were respon- I sible for (lie erection of the build- I ing for negro exhibits on the fair I grounds. To properly beautify this I budding- on March 1. I93B a total | of more than $200 worth of suit- nble shrubbery was placed nrouml the building. This program is Iwing I sponsored by'the Mississippi county I negro teachers' association, the county council of Home Dewonstrn- I tjon women, and the county farin- 'K' association. J Seventy Two Girls In Physical Education Class A regular physical education prop-am will be offered girls in the city. high school next year ns the gymnasium which is now under construction Is expected to be com- I pleted by Hint lime mid as proper I equipment will then be available. The. class work will be made up of l posture tesLi, Instructions in development of poise nnd other interesting features. At present 12 girls are enrolled 111 the afternoon physicnl education of carrion for Mils |mtpoV."ru!as Ihe color ami texture ol liver or overripe beefsteak, nnd is nnuse- ctiled ducks. COMMISSIONKH'S SA1.K Notice Is hereby given that Ihe midpisljjiied ccttunlssloin-r, in eom- pjlunre wllh Uie terms of it decree rendered by the Chancery Court for Ihe lllythevllle, ChU-kii , - snwb:i District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, on the 4th day of Uccejnbei-. 1937, wherein Hvelyn II. Wood wn.s PlahUlir, nnd C. S. Co- I'ey nnd M elk In Coi'ey were Defendants, will sell nl public auc- lion to the highest nnd best Md- John 11. Wulker \n\ , NF 1 ; tier, for cash, on a cmlll ,,f three John II. Walker'ij-^ nvi v'-ir months Cl months), ai Hn< front a NK door of the Court House, between John II, Walker hours prescribed by luw, In John II. Wulki-r.' l/ii <) „„ City of lllythiH-llle, Arkansas, John II. Walker, Ixit iu NK on the I9lh dny of April, 19.18, John 11. Wnlkei-, \ t \i (\ N|.; tin 1 following reul estnle, to-wll: l.ol thlitren (13) In mock five (f» of DnvLs Addition lo Illyllmville, Arkansas. Lots oni; 11) nnd two 12) of Hta* nine ( 9) of Highland Place, Second Addition to lilylhevlllo. Said snle will lie had to satisfy sijld decree in the siun of $>|:15.!)0, with (i',(, interest from April 33, 1U'J7. Less the credit or J15.00 paid on judgment January 24, 1938. The piirclmser nt snld sale will ,,d e Rev Way , T GmyoV "" ^"'* '° ™"** lj011 "' "'<>' ,,. ,. ,:, • ""i' 1L - "• "iiij, 01 nnnroveil .wrnrliv in m^ ><.„ uainihei'sville, have been Invited lo npjx>ar on n program. If tliev accept, they will probably appear nt recess for committee work, following which the session will be adjourned and the members wl.ll go to Osceola |o .see the cliurcli of Hint city and to he guests nt a luncheon there. The first item on the docket for Hie afternoon session is a report from the' permnnenl, committees, Names of these committees and people acting on them are: foreign missions, the Rev. S. II. Salmon, W. L. Clippard, of Little Rock, the Rev. R, S. Schuster, of Jonesboro, and the Rev. J. F. Ross, of North Little Rock; assembly's home missions, the Rev. W. Moore Scclt, of Little Rock, P. H. llnrrin. the Rcv. ,!. B. Green, of Walnut Ridee, the Rev. W. R. McCalla. of Little Rock, the Rev. Algernon Kllloitgh. of Marianna; bible cause, Ihe Hev. J. B. Green, the Rev. C. T. McCnlly. of Pnrngould and Little Rock, and Roy Walton. Christian education and ministerial relief, the Rev. W. R. Mc- Ciilia nnd the Rev. S. J. Patterson, of Morrilton; religious education, C. W. PlUenger. of Jones- hnro, Mrs. Newsome. of Newport,, the Rev. ,T. V. Cobb, of Forrest City, O. B. Hurley, of Morrilton. the Rcv. J. s. Sleeper. D. D., of Bntcsvllle, Charles Crook, B. E Wilson, of Little Rock, stewardship, tlie Rev. R. D. Adams, of Little Rock, the Rev. L. A, Taylor or Little Rock, the Rev. R. s. Schuster, the Rev. Alexander Henry, of Newport, the Rcv. Roy L Davis, of Wynne, w. E. McClure, of North Little Rock; Presbytery's home missions, J. A. Hnnna, of Litlle Rock, the Rev. S. P. Bry- nnt. of Little Rock, tlie Rev. L. A Taylor, M. H. Long, of Little Rock, the Hcv. Roy L. Davis. B. H. Guehler. the Rev. S. J. Patterson, the Rev. R. D. Adams, of Little Rock. Arkansas college, the Rev. Alexander Henry, Dr. J. w. Ramsey, of Joncsboro, the Rev. S. H.. Salmon, Marcus A. Bone, of Batesvllle; assembly's training school, Ihe Rev. Algernon Killough, Surrey Wood; Cuddo Valley Academy, the Rev. S. H. Salmon, C. F. Bizzell. of Little Rock; sessional records. J.'A. Local School Seeking Quill and Scroll Charter A' iwtilion for n chapter for n local Quill and Scroll chapter lo l)e organized nt the niytlwcllle liig)) school is awaiting approval at Northwestern University, Evnnston, III. of the nattonnl headquarters of ibis organization which Is the international honor society for high school join mi lists and Ls the highest ranking organization of Us kind. Membership in the Quill and Scroll entitles publications full services of the society, including the annual critical service for high school newspapers, an nwa'rd for worthy staff members, participation for national recognition In annual newspaper writing contests. The Quill nnd Scroll, organized at fowa City, la., in 1926, of which (he purpose Is to promote the highest standards of high school journalism, now bus n membership of schools. students representing 300 Warden Buys First nng Tag PAtNKSVILLB, O. (UP) _ The No. 1 dog tag of 1938 wns purchased by p. u. Rust when sale. . . . or new licenses wns opened. Rust approved .security, to secure the payment of the piirchnse money, and a Hen will be retained upon said property ns additional security for the payment, of .such purchase money. Witness my hund iind the seal of said Court, on nils, Ihe Kith day of Mareli, 1938. (Seal) . HARVEY MORRIS Commissioner lii Chancery Pfclll Reed, Ally, for 1'llf. HOT WRATHKR AHUM) BE SAFE HAVE YOUK COOLING SYSTEM CI.KANK1) & KI.USHKl) NOW. Using .special new equipment we offer the liest coaling system service' in the ciiy. SPECIAL OFFER including reverse flushing tttul cwiiiiiK system cleanser (as illustrated) §2.50 Complete I'hone (i,'l,'{ TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 301 Walnut ill me aiternoon physical education "•"•"• •»»•*. .TO..-NUUIII ituunis, j.-n. classes tnught by Joe Dildy One ' " !inn(l - permanent chairman; Vera Imlf unit per school year is'given Lloy<l htn " B - the Rcv - R °5' L - U™^ Inv this course, lhe Rcv - w - p - Rogers of Cotlon 1'lant aiid Des Arc, Dr. J. D. Jor- At the Hospitals l)'-lmar Larkin was removed from if Blytheville hospital yesterday i a Cobb ambulance. T. A. Crockett wns dismissed from the Blytheville hospital yesterday. Mr.s. Mbbley Est»s was admitted lo the Elythevillc- hospital I morning. . Mr.s. Ethel Boyett was taken to j Hie Blytheville hospital last night In a Holt ambulance. I J. B. Holt was admitted to t••<: I Elytheville hospital this morning. Kupha Patod Criner was ti'jmii- tttl to the Memphis Baptist hos- | pital yesterday. Mrs. Alice Womack wns admitted to the Memphis Baptist nos- •'I'.sl yestcrd!,.:. Jim Julinn. of Osceola was admitted to the Memphis Baptist ' hospital yesterday. Mrs. W. T. Burns was removed from Iho Blytheville hospital to- lay In a Holt ambulance. Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone MO , . . . dnn, the Rev. Algernon Killough. Following Uie committee reports, commissioners to the General Assembly will be elected. The Ark- nusns Presbytery Is privileged to elect two ministers and two elders nnd an alternate for each. The two ad-interim committees will discuss their different subject.'; nt this time. The committee to study amendments to the Book of Church Order is made up of the Rev. S, J. Patterson, the Rev. W. P. Rogers, Alexander Henry, Roy L. Davis. J. O. Rush, of Forrest. City, c. W. Plttinger, H. L. Ponder, sr. of Walnut Ridge. This group will be concerned with the changes of the pastorates. The second committee which wns to study chnnges Meats and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Her* We pay Highest Prices on Poultry at all Times. GAIHES MKT. "8 W. Main St. Phone »3 SAVE ARE ¥00 OUT OF A JOB? If you are not regularly employed, or nre not earning enough lo satisfy yourself, K et in touch with me You can earn $5.00 or more a day on a Walkin.s Route now vacant. Jlust have car and be timler r>0. Write'at once for particulars lo Tlie ,f. R. Watkius Company, Memphis', Tennessee, c /o J. S. Lewis'. Hemorrhoids-Piles CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARAN'I'KKll 8»fe, nre and with hM dtocomlcn. AU dlwaiea »nd condlllonj of nenrom origin, foot EllmfnU and *Un cunceri trratrd an« cured at onr cUnlo. DRS. NIES & NIES Oiteopathlo PhjskUn» 8H AUtD Phen. M KytheTflle, Art AS MUCH AS ON 10 GAL. OF HI-TEST NO NOX GASOLINE 90c 100' Pennsylvania Qj|, Sealed Containers 25c SAVEON GAS CO. 4 Miles No. of State Line H. W. fil HOLLAND, MO SAVINGS ON USED CARS ALL * 1931 Chevrolet Coupe .......................................... $99.00 Runs good— Good Tires 1935 Plymouth Sedan ....................................... $199.00 Good Shape ... No Trade 1937 G. M. C. i/ 2 ton Pick-Up ............ .. ..... $575.00 Clean, Low mileage. |8" Wheels. 1935 Chevrolet % ton truck ........................ $175.00 A Bargain 1936 G. M. C. iy 2 ton Truck ....................... $395.00 Long W. B. Stake body. Real buy. LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. G.M.C. Tracks 307 E. Miln Sates and Service Oldsmohilea D1HTR10T -. . ••••|^i ut vmxti w UIOH HJl fJO, 5 Mlsstsslnpl County, Arkansas, , I'lalnllll vs No. 0048 W, 11. ,V Wiilt Andi'ison nnd iMImiupnt Innds, el nl nefi-mlniits ... WAHNINO aunm All Dt'l.SOlL'i lltlvlnir n PAGE THREE e fom i till lollimu ils nre hereby .milm-il Hun suit Is ".""^''^" 1 " t: "" mv ' Arkllllsl>i - fl ' r /h,'' ,'T ',"" < '"" <Vtll> " " f m """ "" MM ill land, .-m-li «iip|x>seil IWIKT'S n 'h, lo-wlt: Hl)lhc villr W. ll.A: lli'nry I'ei-dew. '2\\. In HW rnr K K HOA llOiid lni;ii-uvi'inriil JIM. Ve:tr igiir, H'ui Sir, 'I'M-p, || LSI-: NK ^ n i Au.-s Tuv .llf l/>t a NK . Joe Kirs.vilie, \ju\, 12 . It. A. .Sinllh. I/a 13 fji.\ U. A, Kinllii. l,ol u NK N. C. (ieiiti-y, txit ||i NK Henry Nipper, W',i NK NK lidltli lluU'llowerton, NK NK fXlllh lliiH'llowerlnn, K '.ICiA NW NK l-Jdlth Kule llowi'iion, KK NK Edith llnle IKwerton, (.; SSA.SW NK Kdtth llido llowerlun, NK .SK Edllh llule MowcM-ton, NW MK Orlcnn Iliirs. HK HK Orlenn Hires. HW HI-.' Orlenn lllri-.s. NK .SW Orlenn Hires, N\v .SW Orlenu Hires, ,SK SW Orlenn llhr-.s. H\v fjW ao I'M i .Ml 1/lU '.!!) •II) 3ft W •III a si .11:1 .to .1!) .Ill .115 i'l' ll.ui.in V. Ci. W HI.YTIIKVII.1J-. Aildlllini [.i>l Illk. U A 1'2 A 10. II 11 1) 12 H W. T. lllj-rani S. E. Morris Wnltei- .Wcl>s(. S. K. Mnirls J. U. Wlllford n ]j T. II. Keith | c T. II. Keith a o S. A. * IJn/.le Wlllliiins II C' U. T. rnlliT.sim 12 (; J. O. Hi-oU i;t c Clarence NVoi'^an [1 1) J. N. Slifiinywoi'lli 7 n J. 3, Uurlon n i) W. C. Vanblhber 12 1) W. G. Maxwell 1 R M. M. Goodwin n ]•; Hill vunivliiklc M K A. I), 1'Wlli-lil r; K A. 1). Mi-Hold 111 E A. li. l-'nlvlU'ld 3 p A. II. Fulrllokt .| p A. u l^ilrllcld II p Mrs M. J. Jiuinlngs N 30' II p Mrs. M. J. JcniiliH-s 8 1-3 12 |.' Essie Ktinnce N l-;i ia )•' Louise .Sunford I O Loul-sy yanford 2 d', L. At. Crawford •! a Arlhur Duller r, {; Ll/jflc Iliuich a Cl Ll/xle Bunch S 1 ,/. 0 Cl J()K Taylor ia ci W.-' A. ,fe Mnjrtilc Ccilc IS Ci W. A. & MfiBBli! Cole H CI C. ,1. Eviim' A. J. Ualtcr Maggie Masters .1)1 lleiirletla Cloiut •4 II n 10 n 12 1:1 H 1 Maggie Musters Mneijle Musters Mngcte Masters lyiaygfe Musters Muygle Mit.slers Jewell li. Smith lllnm-he M, llnle 2 J. J, Johnson :i T. H. Lee (i Mollli- Wrlglil ' li II. J. Dnwson 1 C. T. Slmmlln 2 C. T. Sliniulin :i Prnuk McCirtgor S>~ 7 Prank MeClri'Gnr N 20' It I, 1-Xina Conncrs 2 M .()-! IM .IM .1)1 .in .01 .01 .11-1 .IM .01 ,(M .1)4 .(H .01 .11-1 M .1)2 .'M .CM .1)4 .11-1 .(M .1)4 .11-1 .1)1 .IM .0-1 .01 .(H .(H ,04 .1)1 .(H .0-1 llarrmi * Lilly Slllullvlslnu C. I,. Howard • 10 lloll.-indiile Aildlllon J. D. Wulkei- J. B. Wnlker J. H. Wnlker Mrs. Hildii Ucnrd Mrs. Hilda lien id J. B. Wnlkor J. U. Walker .1. B. Wnlker • I. B. Wnlker Mr.s. Marl. Williams Mrs. Mart Wlllinms Mrs. Mart Williams Cl. F. Sweat J. B. Walker J. P. Swcal J. P. Sweat H. M. Curtner 1 2 :i 7 II in u 12 1:1 :i 4 r> ]3 u l ,111 .114 2 C n niytlicvllle Lunilier Co. 12 C G. R Sweat 20 C G. F. Sweat 21 C Deity Sweat „ 5 E J. E. Vickers 5 F J. 13. Walker 7 p Ilnllipeier-Shnnyn Addition O. Shonyo l i Dan Davis 3 O. Shonyo 4 ulythcvlllc Lumber Co. Mosi» Wells Kale Junes Ost-nr Anderson Juo Kinds C. 11. Hiirrls C!. H. Hun-Is Cl. E Cross U II in Survey Heiulutlu Clond A. U. S Clyde. Fowler 'III AKSII. Dldi!. Odlc H. l-'rerninn C. 11, Harris Ilni-ry llnlley 7,. T. Ciutne.i ' S. C, Grain S. C. Ci'ulR 0, 1!. iJU-wiivl Allen I'osey Sum Grime.-; . J. T, Altord J, T. Aliord J. T. Alfiml Itelitt-ea I'utti-rson liebcc-i'n 1'alierson IlclKccu I'iitlcrsoii Keljret-ii 1'ntter.sou Hcbeccn Piillprwii Helieccn Patterson llelicccn I'allei'son R«licfen Pnllerson ncljeci'ji I'lillersou Hirljcccn 1'atlurson nclu'c'ea Pnllerson Iletjccca Pallersou KeUeccu Pulterson Ilelicccii Pnllerson SO SI Til (III 111 112 li-l D!) in in in HI! 119 •l.fiO fi.-ll) .1)1 .04 .0- M .1)4 .0.(M ' .IH lilythevlllu Ilo.id Mnlnlennnce 'niMvlcl No.' & Ml.wls.ill>;>! Coutily, Arkansns ' vs. No, «IH7 W. II. .V Wnll Ahclerson nnd ilellnniieiil lands, et ill, Dcfcndnilts WAHNINH OltDKIl Al iiersons hnvhm or clnliulnn tin Interest in nny of the following ilftwlbeil InrxLt are lim-liy nntllliM Hint .inlt Is peudlnif 1 the Chan iwy Cour. of Mtatalppl County, Ark (1 n sl ,s, for Hw Chl.k sX D," lot Iheienf. lo ,,,,r« re e thu colU-cllon of eerluln dellnijuw.t, twj on U«' MI..Whut list ol Inn.l, ,.„,;!, snupos...! owner's nun)- uvl *'| )t cn itTTO J ', ,"'' ' IN ln ""' l " llrU " 1 ' WU " lll(l wnouu-H ieVran? Ulyllievllle Itiiuil Midn tc 11:1111- fur. (In- yi-ui- h Dlslili-l No. S 1 1 2 -1 :i i i , ft i Ileliccea Pnllerson llclwrcu Pnllerson E 1-3 2-3-li 2 Clyiln t t Evn. fii>iv«r<l llclji'ocu Pntlersmi W l-;i 2-3-d 2 Wasli Ol veils -I 2 llelwccii Piitlerson r, 'i UrliM-ra l'allcrs<iu Aer« la A, Cl. Uyriun n Itudilli- Heights AdiWImi Unknown Unkiuuvn Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown H. N. inn Itan CS. Stout J. E. Bradsher Wrale P. Crlgeer Mrs. C. W. CIGMH-ll J. W. Moorn .M American A.ssn g. Si I/mn 2 2 2 'J' 2 r> G n .IH 5 .0-1 li .IM li .01 I>lw.!e P. CrlgRi-r A. Ci. Wheat Tom W. Jackson Daisy R. Hill Daisy R. inn Daisy ll. mil Daisy R. Hill I. D. Chureh J. B. Wilson wl A, G. Wliral (M A. G. Wheat A. G. When). A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat 0 n u (i n it 7 7 n in 1ft A. G. Wheat A. G, Wheat .(H A. G. Wheat 04 A. G. Wheat E. P. Wilson E. P. Wilson O, Shonyo E. D. Ferguson Will Sistnink O. Shonyo O. SJionj'o O. Shonyo Robert, Mallory May Pearson Esther Curtis Johmcm rt Johnnie Sownrd 5 Millarcl Sowartl 7 Mlllard Sownrd « Will Dowell 12 O. Shonyo 13 Ella Jackson H Walter Davis IS W. H. Young If, Cicero Ogle Est. 'i Cicero Ogle & i. :i Oscar Johnson fl O. Shonyo 7 Jim Lowe 10 William Jones 3 William Jones 4 Uza Warren 7 Mary Brlnkley R O. Shoiiyo M L Bell is J. M. Ferguson 1C Lliia Moran l J. W. Floyd :i Geo. Taylor s Gco. Tnyior a la While 7 i l i i l 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 •1 •) 4 4 4 .IM .0-1 ,M .W .04 04 .04 .04 .M .W .04 .04 .04 .01 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .01 .04 .04 .04 ,04 .« .04 E. P. Wilson 10 10 n 10 la 10 i u n n u 11 12 12 12 Sunrise Addition II. Lelghton w 5' 3 1 .04 .02 All iwrsons nnd corpora t Ions Interested In said Innds arc hereby notified that they nre required by law to appear within four weeks and make defense to said suit or Ihe same shall be taken for confessed, nnd rtnal judgment will be entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes, together will) the payment of Interest, penally and costs ns allowed by law. Given under my hand ami seal this 8 (),iy of April. 1938. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk. By Elizabeth Blylhe. D. C. Volunteer Firemen Total 130,000 In Pennsylvania PHILADELPHIA 'UP) — About 0,000,000 of Pennsylvania's nearly 10.000,000 Inhabitants depend on volunteer firemen for fire- protection. Of 135,000 firemen in Uie stale, !30.000 are members ol volunteer companies. Reading. R city of 111,000, in Die 1930 census, is served by volunteers. W. II. ft Wnll Anderson, SIC NK Henry IVnliie, 2 ii,', SW cur l-!'4 K 00 A NK JuJiii 1). Wrilker-, JM I NK •lolui I!. Walker, less mi) :i 31)0 I Jit li NK fli-0. W. I'-iuiKht, I/)L :l NK (A II. (Illiris, l/)t (i NK Cullrcll Ijini'. \M o NJ,; I-'. A, Itohln.Min, IM 'I NB J«lin II. Walker, Ixit B NK Jnlin II. Walker, IM I) NK Julrn II. Wiilker, l/)t 111 NK Jnhn H, Wnlker. Ixil 1] NK Joe I'Mrsylhe, ,/it i:t NK li A, Kinllii, Ixit in UK It. A. .Stiillli. I/it H NK M, C, (leniry. Ixit it) NK Ili-nry Nl|.per, W',i, NK NK Kdllh llnle llowlcin, NK NK lilllh llnle Ilovltjii, K :is ncNWNH Kdllh llulp Ilwlim, HI''. NK l-klltli Hale Ilowton, I-; SB ne.4VVNK Kdllh Mule liosvluu. NK SK I'Jilllli Halo llowtnn, NW HM Orlenn lilies, KK BK Orlenn Illrra, HVV SR Oileiui Hires. NK HW Orlenn liln-.s. NW .SW Orlenn. Hires, SK ,SW Oi'li'iin lllri's, HVV SW Arres •10 I ini. i .51 I /It 20 •10 •x> •10 •to •10 CITV OK m.VTIIKVll.U', Iliirniti * 'Lilly Addition l Hlk Mrs. ].'. Cl. Soaliion -W. 'l'. liiiii'am fj. K. Morris Wiiller Welwter H. K. Morris .). D. Wllllfmd T. ir. Kellh T. II. Keith 9 12 10 I) 12 17 1 .11 a o S. A. & itolc Wllllnins ;i C !ll U. T, I'lilll'i-soil J. O. Scoll •I. N. C'liriiiiywiii'lli J. K. liiulon W, c. Vunhlliuor W. G. Maxwell M. M. CluoilH'lii Hill Vnuwliilclo A. U. Fall-Held A. 11. ftilrlU'UI A. I!. A. 1), A. 11. Mrs. M. .1. N :i(l' Mrs. M. ,J. S 1-3 Essie Koonce, N l-!l I/»dso aaulord Ixinlsc 1 Snnfoul 1". M. Crawford Arthur liulk'i- Ll'/nln Uunch Mx/lc [luncli, S'.d •12 O 1:1 c II I) 7 I) II U 12 n 7 K II K H K 17 K III K W., 1-1 oyd :( -Oi'ue Tnylw n George Tnylur (j Uiln While 7 • n Mose Wells • a •" KnUc Junes u • ') Oscur Aiulersou H Pines in Orlijlnnl Survey •" O. H. lliirrta s •!! C. H. llnnls .] Cl. K, Cross 20 n Taylor W. A. W. A. Mnniile Cole 111 Cl Cole M tl C. J. Rvrnid A. J. Baker (| Ma(j|[le Miisleis u MaBgle Muslera ' 10 Mn«ele Musters li Maggie Masters 12 Mnggln Musters r.) Masters 14 Jewell R. Rmlth t flliinclie M. Hide :'. •I. J. Jolinsflii ,'( T. II. U'« D Mollli: Wrlliht H II. .1. Uawson l C. 'I', .shninllu 2 C. T. .Shiimllil :i Prank McGregor, S',-j 7 .. Frank McGregor. N 2(1' B I, -. Tlie dragonfly Is able tti ,01 backward, as fast us forwanl, Edna Coimcis 2 M llurron Si Mlly Suliillvlslnu C. L,. llowaiil 10 llon.imhlr AdlUllou J. D. Wnlker 1 A <M .1. Ii. Wnlker 2 A J. B. Wnlker . :i A .W Mrs. Hilda Uenrd 7 A Mrs. Hilda Heard li A .1. U. Walker 10 A J. a. Walker , u A J. B. Wnlker 12 A .(H .1. n. Walker n A Mrs. Mart Williams n H Mrs. Matt. Williams -I IJ Mrs. Marl Williams fl n •04 Ci. p. Sweat 1:1 11 J. IS. Wnlker 14 11 04 G. p. Sweat I C •W G. F. Sweat 2 K H. M. Curlner DC niylhevlllc Lumber co. 12 C G. p. swenl 20 a O. p Sweat 21 C Betty Sweat 5 E J. E. Vlckcrs s P ,1. B. Walker 7 p llnlllpder-Shmiyo A.lclllion O. Shonyo 1 1 Dan Davis 3 1 O. Shonyo 4 1 Dlylhevillc Lbr. Co. 5 I O. Shonyo II l E. D. Ferguson H I Will Sixlrimk 2 a O. Shonyo O. Shonyo O. Shonyo May Pearson Robert Mnllory ister Curlis Johnson John Soward Wllnrd Soward Mlllard Soivtml Will Dowell J. Shonyo Ella Jackson Walter Davis W. ir. Young Cicero Ogle Esl. Cicero Ogle EM. Oscar Johnson O. shotiyn Jim Lowe W. M. Jones W. M, JOIIPS 45 .11 Eliza Warren Mary Brlnkley 85 .11 O. shonyo 11 5 .11 Bell 15 5 .11 Mdla Momu id .11 J, M, Ferguson 16 6 .11 Heulretlu Oi«ul al llciiln-lln Clond 22 A. H. & Clyde powlcr VI SI 52 lid 111 Odli- u. Fiwinaii C. H. Han-Is Hurry llnllcy 7.. r. Mra. w. M. S. C, CrnlB S. CJ. Ciuli! O. K. Slewnid Allen I'osey Sum Orliiies J. T. Allord Phillips IJ4 . OS 01 HI on (17-88-8(1 Tat .02 2.12 ,:n I.Ml .ft! .11 9.41 .M ,27 .11 niu r..V5 O.Hd 7.SII lo.sn IM ,10.50 15.7S- IH.12 IB.15 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 ,n .11 ,11 ,11 .u .11 .n .n .u .u •i) .11 .u .11 .11 .n .u .n .11 I'attersiin Suli-I)lvlslnn Vnllerson I \ Itebc'ceii I'nltcisaii 2 1 Hcbeccn Piitlerson ;i i Heheccn I'attersou .4 1 Rebcccu I'ntterson fi 1 Rcbecon Patterson , II l Ui'bcccii I'nltorson 7 l Kcbeccn I'ntlerson H 1 Kobe-ecu Pallerson n 1 Rebecca Pnllerson 1(1 I Hclx-fcn I'liltcr.TOii II I Rcbwcn Pallcrson 13 1 Rebecca I'alfcrson 13 | Ri^beeca Pallcisou 14 1 Ucuecni Patterson is I Reberra Paller.son E 1-3 2-n-(! '.! Clyde Si Eva Bowiird' C l-'.l 2-S-n 2 Pnllersflii W l-.T 3-:i-ll 2 .11 ,11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 ,11 .11 .11 ,11 Wnsh Glvem Rebecca Pallerson I'attenion H. li. nynmi Itmlilli- II Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown R. N. Hill Dan O. stout G. E. Bratcher Llrale P. Crlggcr Mrs. c. W. Ciosncli J. W. iuoore 4 fi Mrrft" Lots 9 .5 AlllllliDIl •1 2 American UUIg ti Ivinn 4 Liraje P. Crlnger 5 A. G. Wlietil i; 'Horn w. Jnckson 7 0 10 7 II :i 2 0 li. Hill Daisy II. lllll Daisy It. Hill Daisy R. Hill I. D. Clum.'h J. E. Wilson A. O. Whom •" A. G.'Wheat - 11 j A. G. Wheat A. c;. Wheat A. G, Wheat A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. O. Wheat A. G. Wheat E. P. Wilson E. P. Wilson- E. P. Wilson fly 5 6 5 fi G n n o n n o B 7 7 3 10 10 ' in 10 n 10 12 10 .11 .11 •'.'I .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .H .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 Sunrise Ailililion If. Lelghton W 5 Ft. 3 1 .0:1 All persons and corporations interested in said lantts nre hereby notified that they are required by Inw* to appear within four \veeks nnd make defense lo said suit or the fame shall be taken for confessed, and final judgment will be entered directing Ihe sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with the payment of Interest, pcrmlty and costs ns allowed by law. Given under my hand nnd seal this Ilie 8 rtay of April. 1938. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk. ay Elizabeth Blytlie. n. C. Navy Men Circumvent Philadelphia Sates Tax PHILADELPHIA (UP)—Sailors Rt the Philadelphia. Navy Yard are amused over the way they "beat" the city's 2 per cent sales tax. The sailors have their purchases sent lo Ihe yard, government properly, and therefore exempt from the tax.

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