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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS ME PILOTS S N. L Pilots Game Al Camlliersville To Give Fans Firsl Look Al Giants BY J. )'. nilENJ) The Hlytheville Glunts get- n taste of the competition t« expect this summer us they di-feud their 1937 cliamjilonsliiii laurels, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock when they meet Manager Bunny Slni- jnoiis' CuriithtT.svlllo Pilots »t )/-{•ton Park In Carulliersvilli'. H will lie the first official exhibition KIIIIIC •for' the Uobomej) and tin- KI-IOIII! for the MLssouriaus. who cniiiiaul their lilg "brothers", the St. I/mis Cardinals, in battle Thursday. Incidentally, (In- (limit - P1U>1 [ clash will be tile same picture for the Northeast Arkansas Ij-ajue Opening nay here nt, Walker I-ark. April 28, Two rookies nnd n veu-run have Iwcn nominated by Skipper Her- t schel lioho to lunull^ the mourn! chores for the homeUngs. Tummy Gorman, 200-poimd southp:iv, r fy'om New Yuri: City, who set the Fort Smith GiiinUs down on their collective c.'ir.s in nil iiilrii-cump alfair nt the twin city, is slated to open and travel nt least five Innings. If nt the end of lh:it i«rlod he is doing all right he will continue. not lo exceed the. seventh. Harry Feldman, also (nun tin; "bijj boli" and a right Immli-r, will take up where Gortnmi leaves <itf lo finish. , In the event lie runs into uu- surmotmtnble (llmruhies Hobii will have Julian Hnrriiiglon. a '.(7 holdover who chunks from the risht side, lor emergency. New Iiiflehl At first will be Kcl.Hugu.skus, who halls from .lack Kelly's home lonn. George Pratt, the Memphis boy. will be nt. second. Herman "llauk" Dvorak, the brilliant fielding kid whom Ihe 'Giants secured through their baseball school nt Baton Hpiigc, has been assigned lo shorl- slbp, with Jimmy Liberto. erstwhile Osceola-Paragould outnclder. nt. Ihe hot corner. It is likely that Dobo will play a tew Innings at third, loo. Charles Osley, Joe Cnrriin ami Melvln Kirk will patrol the outfield. Joe Mnre-sco iind Don Mnrcel, l\vn jieppery youths, will divide the lime belilnd tlie plate. Manager Simmons plans to open aualnst the Ginnts with n It-.im composed ns follows; Ripper Ij-on- lumit, holdover from lust ycnr, 'will -be at first base; Bub Stanton, bespectacled St. Louis buif pint who looks good, nl second; Eddie Mondon, River Rouge, Midi,, shortstop; and Russell tiildit;, New Orleans. La., tlihxl base; Ben Turner left field; Al Sace- mnn, who led tlie field in '31,. center; -mid lull Dob Hopper, Cnpe Glnirdcau, in right. Simmons and Eddie Pito, who also pluys the outfield, will be available tor catching duties. IjDwery. southpnw. will start, on the mound ami Knster and Strauss, righthanders, will be available. Ideal weather condilluns greeted % VM> Tr.iynor ( h;irlt'y (Irhnni <,W Hill Tern 1 (irlmcs SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1938 I'iggoll Finishes Far In Front In Three-Way Med Friday I'AltAliOULD. Aiirll IK.-Show- lii'{ sticiiKlh In nil events, the Pig- KOtt Muliuwks iimnsspd OJii polnt-s lo Hike In si place iti a IrliniKuUir (jack meet with lllyihcville and PuraKimld lien; yesterday. The ulilchs liiiished second with. 4!) |u,lms. (mil i':iiit;uiil'.l (railed with •\'2',. llriiiii:hloii Hi-ids, I'lugolt .star, .showed )ii:i n'lsallllly In inking Jiigli point humus, lie took first In the •1'10-yuid cUusli. hl^h jnrnp und liroad jiiuip; vain third In Ihe pole viinlt and discus, und niu a leg in the v/Iimlnj; mile reluy. Jack Dun- hum, Paru^ould's sixictl niercliant, was seiond wlfli llr.st |)lnccs in the IWj-yiird diish, the zai-ynixl da.sh aiui the pole vuult. Illylhfvlllc Mulshed first in five i'Vi.'iil.s. Curl Iliigl)o.s Ix-ltcred thp PAYOFF I)V JKKHY NKA Service S|J»rts Writt NKW yoriK, April la. — nabc Dahlgrcn Is dennlU>ly In need of syoipiithy. Th | Curry Next Opponent To Face Dugan England pay.s $2500 nnwially for the training of each cadet at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, and $1000 a year for cadi cadet at iliu Koyal Nnval Collcpe Dartmouth. ' ItcSeme Mike Meroney will l)r!nn 1 newcomer to the local nrena lo Gorilla Diigan in the failure '•j- tout Monday night. He Is Sain NOW York Yankees' sU-ir j Curry, a fast moving hulk with R \:™ l «l r. 1UJIIU:(^ SUir J ' u tunl. IIIDVIIlg 1IIIJK Wll-H K utility iiiiui i if a utility man cun reputation us a smart irmtman. be a ,sl:ir> Is really n good hall - - - , player, but he's at the same time ">ni>y yean on the mat behind him i a toiiKli luck ball player. ' " bill McKcclime C'li-ity ijleutcl fevC ; ' te%:??r' Jiniiny IVilson ri.uit.ii- the squad yesterday as they went through their first workout on lli» local diamond. They lolled fur fmir hours (iiiiti'f the critical eye of Bolm and appeared, to be fast rounding into condition. They took , turns at the tat, shaggetl illes-.iii the outfield, took inlield workout . and had drills nl base, running, holding runners on base, nix! lessons on "inside" baseball. Harrington, Ell Pctcrlich, mil Von Ahncn, Clyde "Spot" Rce.'l. Lclty Steve Tvnnback, Walter "Bud" Lutes, and the. toss himself took turns pitching lo the hitlers with Joe Maresco, Don M:UTC! unil Eugene Gunilicrt workiiiK behind Hie plate. 'Iftcnly one were on hand. Georue Pratt, infielder, alone belli:,' unaccounted lor. Pratt uns - "iven j Memphis with his smnoMi fielding. Kngusku lived ii|i to udvimi'c notices us a fine llcldi-r. Tin' ralrtiers showed special ability to spear fnul tips Mnresco is unusunllv lust nnd uc- llve. • . ThrccK hnvc <ievi-to|)C(l sore arms They nrc: flinnlicrt. Rml find Hobo. Oiniihert's urin Is so wrak he hns been iinahlc lo throw lo second to tiny degree of oonsfstmcy. Reed developpcl u slight "nileh" In his shoulder shortly nt'ler roporling ul Ft>n Smith nii;l h«s fidled In' his elicits to work if out, u doesn't l':iin him particularly but he says it. prcvenls him Iroin u wnoiith tnllow llHQugh. Tlio Oliinl li'iuli'r licc;inii' too eiHIiitilnslu' willioul, warinini: up enough iviul a miisi:li« soreness resulleil. They should come nrouml nicely lu si few days. The prol>:ihli< hutting orders: I'llols Saccman. cf Mondnn, ss Cilldli;, 3b I.conliardl. 1 Turner, If Hopper, rf Ktunlon, :!b Slmmous or . .. Filci. c Cloniian, Feld- Ijiwery. Slrsi man. lljir'ton. ;>. or Ka.slrr . Kirk, rf 1'rntl. 21) O.xley, If Liberln, Sh Curran. cl !!:i|;uskns. llj c existing dl.strict mark hi the discus •y hurling (he platter 12(1 feet, 1 ux-lH'S, some twelve feet short of the suite decord. Dan WarringUm limled the Jnvelln for the first time nnd Hissed It ISO feet. Jack Jenkins skimmed over the high barriers In fnlrly good time la dike the high hurdles, linymoiid nick- exiHirlenccd llltlc dllllculty in the half mile, finishing with plenty to spare. Hudson, Russell Mosley. Junior Hunch and Norman Mosley composed Ihe winning B8C- yavd relay lenm. The results; ion-yard dash—Dunham (Parau :iill(ll, llrst; English (Piggolll. second; Musley (Blytlievlllcl, third; Underwoixl (Piggott), fourth. Time' lO.a, 4lt)-j.'ird dash—Si'uls (Piggolt). llrst; Hunch iHlytlievlllel, second; Goodcn iPiggolf), third; Hood (HlythevllleJ, fourth. Time: 55.5. 120-yard high hurdles-Jenkins (lilytheviileJ, fir.st; Browner IPig- golt), second; White (Paragonld), Ililrd; Nichols (PiggoU), fourtli. Time; 17.H. 8110-yard relay—Dlythevlllc IHiul- son, N. Mosley, Bunch, H. Mosley), first; Pijfgoll, second; I'nrngonld, third. Time: 1.38. Mile medley relay — Pnragould (Devall, Rust, Holdei), Tyler), Ih-.sl; PlggotL, .second; Blylheville, third. Time; •!.-12. Pole vnult—Diinhnm (Pnragould). first; Underwood (Plggolt). second; Beiils (Piggottl. third; llerget (Par- ngould). fourth, Record: lO'lO". Shot put_l.. Underwood (I'lg- (,'olt). firsl; Smith tParagouid), second; Godwin (Blylheville).third; [Jnvls (Piygoll.), finirth. Dislnnce: •H' 1 :", High jiini|>—Seals (PiggoU). iU'Sl; Cii/orl, (Blytheville), second; Nich- ,'ls (I'iggott). third; Willie iPurn- tould), fourth. Record: S'S". 220-yard (hull—Dmilmm (Pnra- jould), firsl; R. Mosley IBIylhe- ,-llle). second; English U'lggull) 'Mnl; E. Underwood (Plggotl), fourth. Time: 21 seconds. Discus — llugtie.s (Blythevllle), tlrst; L. Underwood IPlggott). ,»ec- oud; Seals iPiggotll. third; Smith "Piggtittl-:. lourtli. [Jistanre; 120 feet, 7 inches. auo-ynrd low hurdles — whit iPariigoiildi, first; Jenkins iBIythe vllle). second; wnrrlngton (lilythe The Slandings Sniillirrn League W. I I.it lie Hock . D permission lo remain over ii\ Meiu- llliis Thursday night but was Mip]x>se<i lo have <lriven down yeslcr- <iny in time for practice. Ko&coe Coleman, a local boy, reported and announced lie was a candidate for the outfield. Walter "Hud" Lutes-, well known in semi-pro circles and who hurled more thrm a season with the Osceola Iiidjaiw in '30-'37, look t>art in all the drills. One «i the hardest workers was William V. "Lefty" Alexander. "Lefty'' coached (lie pitchers as to holding runnera on base and gave valuable poinleds on mound poise. The youngsters, ptirliculnrly Tranback, Gorman Dm! Pcterlich. slioived an aptitude for catching the 'enemy" off first. Reed and Harrington were siso elfeclivc. Pratt Absent With Pratt missing Bobo worked at second tase with Liberto, thuxi. Dvorak, shortstop, and Raguskas first. Curran, Oxley nnd Kirk were In the oulficld. Liberto, Curran. Kirk, cmmbcrt. Raguskus. Oxly shoived plenty of power with the willow.' Dvorak caught the fancy of the r.iitbirds Atlanta New Orleans Nashville Knoxvllle 1 1 1 0 0 n 0 . Pel, i.oofl l.Oflll 1.000 l.QOfl .000 .000 .OfXI .111X1 Yesterday's Results No (tallies played. Today's Games New Orleans at Ulllc Rock. Kiwwvlllc at Atlanta. Nashville nl. Chattanooga, nirmliiylinm nl Memphis. Tlie buoyancy of floatim; soap if attained by the Introduction of :iii into (he soap by a whipping process •Ille). thlitl; A. Sinllli (Pani«oulil) fointh. Time: 29.6. Ihoad jump — Seals (Piggott) first; English (PigBOttl nnd White (Piiragoiildl, tied for second; n. Mosley iUI)lhcYl!lr>, fimrlh. Dtslance: 2t'2'.-^". 880-yard run— Uickerslaff (Blv- Ihcvllle), tli^it; Patrick iParagouliil. sfcond; Brainier (Plggoltl, third; Nettles (Pigeon), tourlh. Time- 2:10,5. Ini'clln— Wiirrlnelon (Hlythevilte), flrst; fsrawiii'i 1 iplggntli, second- K'nglish (Piggott), third; Wliivlis the sy;ii[)fdhy Which Is oiui's In. When the Boston lied Sox picked him up a lew .seasons bneJi D:I}J|vii had Ihe makings. But Balx' i«is ;i (IrsL baseman, and perched on Ihe Inlihil sack for the Hub mill wns none other than Jimmy I'mx. nimMet, Just didn't s i c(1 | Rny l«b from .llmiiiy puxx, then or now With tin: Ynnkx now, DiOilgron's :luul)le-barreled. nuhlgren played a lot of good iniseball this spring while I/>H oeli- rig wus busy holding out. Good I'tiatigh lo stamp him a.-. 11 handy suy lo have around the llrst bn<e suck. But the Iron Horse ami Colonel Kuppcrt got together on a IKIe mntler of $-10,000 and n few cents more, so back Gehrlg ciimc to the wars, nnd li:u;k wejit ncihl- reu to Hie Ix-ilch. f'.irt of f>al)lgren's defensive 'ciulpmcnt Is a third baseman's . Is a Beamy veteran with und Curry will have to live up to 'ils advance publicity to tame the Irish Grizzly. Ous Wlsbar, the flying Dntcli- luiin from Sherman Texas, will iiyiiin appear on the card, meeting rough Hay Meyers in the preliminary bout. Tills will probably develop Into a contest between Meyers' rough tactics and Wlshar's unusual strength. The Texas DulcJi- HCIII Is one of the strongest per- 'crmers on the local circuit and HIS been more than able to hold ills own lit fair combat. milt. Yes, Uie hot also can handle corner assignment, and rather well at tliat. Hut .stationed regularly nl third base for the Broadivay Bombers Is Red Rolfe who Is the !>e.sl third sucker In the American League with the possible ^xcepfion of Buddy Lewis. Dithlgren hus double trouble all right. Wfenuin Prepares IMinters Tnd Wlemau Is overlooking nolh- l»s hi his ntlcinpt to mold n winning team at Princeton In his first year as head man of the Tigers. In ailillllon lo stresslntr the tisiml fundamentals and smoothing Ihe rough spot* off the freshmen in spring training, Wlcmnn has brought in i^e Roy Mills, the West- Chester attorney who leaches niiiil- ing as a hobby. Twice a. week Mills has Iwen tutoring Tiger backs In tlie nrl of pulling a football out of hounds on (lie 2-yard line, and if his efforts bear frail the east will he nmnzed by a real exhibition of coffln corner kicking. One of Mills' pel Ideas is the, return kick. As a consequence Prince- Ion opponents may hove the' ball booted right back to them on a klckoff or punt. Ami sometimes the shock of such lu stiml Is so grail that H team becomes demoralized for a full half, when it finds Itself suddenly backed up to Us own goal Amerieaii „__.. n Chicago baseball fans nlrenily have nominated us the best crack of the year the rumor making (lie rounds of the Loop that the Cubs won't be able lo enjoy Tony la-t- neri's ndvlcc after all. It's being whispered nbout flint the National League Is going lo bnr Tony because he's a pro. War Drum of 1R12 Owiidl CONNEAUT. O. (UP) - Police Chle.f 1C. A, Pounds owns a tenor field drum used during the War of , 1812 by n drummer boy named .. Clark, fifiss Heppy Clark, daughter of the drummer, gave the drum British Tennis Laments Loss of Two Annuals LONDON (UH) — British lawn tennis officials mid fans me Disconcerted at the revelation •'that Britain's only two complete annual reference books on the sport have ceased publication. Par many years tournament officials throughout the country, and even the Lawn Tennis Association to :i large extent have been dependent on Ay res' Lawn Tennis Almanac and Lowe's Lawn Tennis Annual in compiling dates of tournaments and international matches, seeding and handicapping players and numerous other purposes. An oltlctal of 'tlie Lawn Tennis Association confessed his dismay when informed of the publishers' decision not to print the books Ihls year. Reasons for cessation of publication were not revealed, but the publishers of Ayres' said they hope lo revive the volume In 1939. The IN THE DISTRICT' COURT OP THE UNITED STATUS FOR THE JONKSHOHO DIVISION OP THE EASTERN DISTRICT OP ARKANSAS. IN THE MATTER OP JOHN I, BUCHANAN d/b AS BUCHANAN COAJ, CO,, IN BANKRUPTCY. To the creditors of the above named bankrupt uf ijljihevllle. In Ihe county of Mississippi, Division nnd District aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on April 22, 10:18, me above named petitioner was duly adjudged n bankrupt, and the first meeting of Hit creditors will be held at my otflce lu the City of Jone.s- boro, In .said District on Apr. 27 ir»8, at 10 a.m., «t which time the s;iid creditors may attend, prove tlicli- ehdrns, appoint n trustee, examine the bankrupt and transact such other business i::: may properly eome before snfd meeting. At Jonesboro, Arkansas, this Apr. IS, 1938. P. C. MULUNfX, Referee in Bankruptcy. future of Ixwe's, known. however, is not, 24 HOUR F RIGID Al RE SERVICE Only Authorized Service In Mississippi County Commercial or Residence Jih» Phone 67 E. B. Gee Sales Co. E. B. Gee, Mgr. 109 S. Second St. BUY NOW! While Buying Is (Jnnd! You will pay more— §50 to $200— for the .same type automohilc !)() days J from now. 193C Chevrolet master Town Sedan, with Radio & Healer ...... 1935 I'ord V-8 Drliixn Coupe wifb Radio I 1934 Chevrolet Coneli. Only ...... 1933 For!) V-8 Tudor $88.50 Trucks, 34, .15, 36, 37, Chv., Ford. Dodge, Terraplane. All prices. Busy fJMAC I'.'tymont Plan Tom Little Chevrolet Co, Phone GM , —with sheepskin heads and sllll lu good condHlon-lo Chief Pounds one of her relatives. rclny— PlgBott ICioodon, K. Underwood. L, Underwood. Realsi. rust; . , . Ulythevillc. six-ond; third. Time: ;i:4 Terry, Holt Defeat Ark-Mo, Dr. Pepper Terry service station, first halt winner, defeated Arkansas-Missouri Power corporation in its first game of (he second half of the City Bowling league last night at Suil- bury's Playhouse. In another game Holt Funeral Home defeated Dr. Pepper. Read Courier New» Want Adi WRESTLING MONDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK GORILLA DUGAN vs. SAM CURRY GUS WISBflR vs. RAY MEYERS American Legion Arena, North Second St. N THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, STATE OP ARKANSAS, Plaintiff, i V. No. CC31 , DELINQUENT LANDS IN CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSIS Sim COUNTY FORFEITED FOR NON-PAYMENT OP TAXE AND SOU) TO THE STATE OP ARKANSAS, Defendants. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to Act No. 119 of the General Assembly of the State of Arkansas uf 1935, tliere has been filed In .he ofllce of the Clerk of the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, the complaint of the Stale >l Arkansas lo quiet and confirm in said Stale the title to certain limit, mentioned In said complaint' and lying In the Chlckasawba Dls- rict of Mississippi Comity, Arkansas. All pa-sous who can set up imy right to Hie liinds so forfeited nnd sold are hereby warned lo appear In the Chancery Court for said Chlckn.sawba District of Mississippi County, at the September l*rm liter the publication of this notice, lo-wlt on the 26th day of September, ISBB, and show cause, If any Uierc be, why the title to caul forfeited lands should not IKJ confirmed, quieted and vested In thfi Blnle of Arkansas In fee simple forever. The description of said lands and the names of the persons, firm or poratlGH last paying taxes thereon arc as follows- LIST OF LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT Forfeited far I93J Taws In Whose Part of Name Assessed Seelton Section Area Township JS North, Range 8 Kast A cactus grows rudimentary leaves Ix-fore 11, grows spines. GRAND DADS Peaberry COFFEE Always Fresh Buy a Package Today PRESERVES IHE UPHOLSTERY 1938 SEAT COVERS fKa fresh, new ol your upholstery llliaclive teat covers. They ar« tailored lo ill snugly. Available la pleasing colors— mad» of *lrong, wear resisting fabric. II Your seals are ipallej and worn, these covers make th? car Interior look like new. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. NOTICE TO 8 TAXPAYERS Monday, April 18th, is the last day for payment of state and county taxes on real estate and personal property without penalty. Penal ties may be avoided by the payment of one- fourth on that date, one-fourth on July 18th and one- half on October 1st. POLL TAX MAY BE PAID UNTIL JUNE 15th HALE JACKSON Sheriff & Collector flttt and Walnut Phone S10 I Tax, Penalty anil Oosl . 11. Bley—NE SB B, n. Hley—NW SE 31 31 10 40 Township 15 Nnrlb, Range 9 East D. I, Davis—SVj SW NE 30 • 20 D. I,. Davl.s—NW NR SE an 20 Allic Drown—]/>l 1 SE NE :i) 16.70 W. P. Holsclaw— lal 2 Nfi NW 31 20 . 1G North, Range S Kast W. H. Trobongli—Frl. SVi N',4 W'/j 3P, 13 ToHiiship 15 N'ortli, Range 10 Kast Ida May Qulnn—SW SE 10 Ida May Qulnn—NW NE 15 B'. N. Schultv. Est—S',.; NE SW 21 Walter Driver—S of R. SE NR 2.1 Walter Driver—NE SE sii Walter Driver—NW SE Walter Driver—SE SE 40 40 20 25 40 40 40 Township 15 North, Raftee 11 East J. W. Aley—s 8.SO A. W 25 a N'/. O SE ,0 M. C. Gentry—Lot 18 NE 15 U. I,. Chambers—Frl. SE NE 21 H. L. Chambers—SW NE 21 $ 28.13 28.12 14.38 14.30 ' 5,39 24.41 10.16 14.3C 17.95 28.12 28.72 28.72 8.50 Lot 3i.es 40 Township 14 Norlh. Range 12 East William C. Wood—NE SW |f) William C. Wood—NW NW 10 William C. Wood-SE SW ]0 William C. Wood—SW SW >0 Charley Collins—SB NW 12 C. R. Hugh—NW NW 14 O. R. Nave—NV. , 5 40 40 40 40 40 40 320 Township 15 North, Range 12 East Henry Nipper— Vf'.t. NE NE 30 NaJiey Tlinins—Lol 2 NW 35 Nancy Timms—Lol 4 NW 35 Nancy Timms—Lot 5 NW 35 20 10 2.06 68.65 22.16 Township 15 Norn,, R ange 13 jjast Amanda Stevens—W 3.30 Ft. W!-j Lol 2 of NE W'.i W'/j W14 SE In Whose Tax, Pen." Name Assessed Lot Blk. i Cost TOWN OF HLYTI1EV1LLE Allison Addition to Blytheville 15.80 Hamp Hawkins 2 1 $10.65 P. B. Tillmon n i X08 P. E. Tillmon 10 1 20/B Pearl Brooks and Ella Fuller \V\~ 13 4 0.38 Annie Praiiklin 8 7 10.65 Emma Micks C 8 15.70 Emma Hicks 1 8 1065 liarron and Lilly Addition (o Ulylheville J. O. Scott 13 C .. 8.13 W. G. Maxwell 7 E 3.08 Joe Taylor 12 G 25.60 Prank IVfcGregor 7 L 10.115 Prank McGregor, N 20 Ft, B L 10.05 Bfdiiiian Addition to Blylheville Mrs. Minnie Mason. S 63 Ft, 9 2 6.86 Blylhe Addition (o Blytheville Mrs. Eva Hardin E'i 11 21 1.82 Mrs. Eva Hardin 12 21 4.33 Mrs. C.W.Oosnell 10 25 50.04 Turn Howard 13 27 25.80 Mrs. Eva Hardtn E'i 15 27 5.60 Mrs. Eva Hardin 1Q 27 25.80 Henrietta Good 5 33 38.42 Mrs. Eva Hnrdiii 2 35 13.18 Blytheville Lumber Company Second Addition to Blytheville Ira Gray Ira Oray 20.75 4.33 E. M. Bryan Addition In Blytheville J. W. Bader 1 4 1.82 J. W. Bader 2 4 1.82 J. W. Bader 3 4 1.82 J. W. Bader 4- 4 i Bugf Addition to Blytheville M. T. Bomualaskt G 4 10.65 E. E. Hawkins 2 10 10.GG C. J. Evrard 5 14 20!75 C. J. Evrard 0 Charles Needham 7 14 18 3,08 3.08 Chicago Mill and Lumber Company Addition to Nlytheylllf W. M. McP.irland 11 1 13.18 Cliickasawba Addition to BIyllievillr Mary P. Robinson 12 8 13.18 Davis First Addition to Blytheville N. .Johns. Ex. '45 Ft. E'.i 2 4 17.21 N. Johns 3 4 33.3' Davis Tlilril Addition to Illylhevllle Prank C. Douglas 1 2 20.7! Prank C. Douglas 2 2 6.60 Frank C. Douglas W'.i 3 2 15.70 E. D. Ferguson E'i 3 2 15.1 E. D. Ferguson W!l 4 2 5.60 Equitable Bldg. and Loan 7A 4 38.4' Frank C. Douglas S'.tr 1 5 8.13 Dougon Addition to Blytheville .1. C. Thurmond. E 10 It. S 58 Ft, S 2 3.08 llollipeter-Shonyo Addition lo Blylheville I. W. Bader 12 1 13.18 Krtffin Robinson Addition lo Blythfvllle Mary and Walter Turner l 4 10,65 Mary and Walter Turner 2 4 3.08 Mary and Walter Turner 3eulah Buckingham 8 Mary Turner 9 6 1 2 2 8 '9 10 2 3 5 Blythevllle Lbr. Co. l Blytheville Lbr. Co. 2 Blytheville Lbr. Co. 3 P. W. White P. ,W. White Will Row G. C. Brown pav.e.Hunl Dave Hunt Dave Hunt Mack Chancy Rufus Lemons Percy Smlli 8 10 10 10 10 14 14 14 18 18 18 3.08 3.03 3,08 10.65 3.08 3.08 20.75 15.70 10.651.82 1.4 1.B2,'' 15.70 3.08 3.07 1.82 Ruddle Heights Addition to BlrthevlIlK Mrs. C. W. Oosnell 2 6 20.7S Sunnyside Addition to Blythevllle Sarah Buckner 7 2 15.10 Henretta Clemens 15 6 10.65 Henrelto. Clemons 16 S 1.82 West End Subdivision to BlyihevlUe Jane Bostell jane Bostell Will Turrell Will Turrell 1 2 2 3 5 3 6 3 TOWN OF DELI. Original Survey A. H. Cheatham 9 G First Addition to Dell Ed Medcalf 6 5 Luclnda Martin 3 a Luclnda Martin 4 6 TOWN OF LEACHVIU.f: Original Survey Carrie Nassar 7 3 ljn Can-Is Nassar B .1 1.67 Carrie Nassar 9 3 1.57 Carrie Ifassar 10 n l.CT Carrie Nassar it 3 rg7 Carrie Nassar 1 9 18.55 Carrie Nassar 12 3 1/57 Carrie Nassar 4 10 1405 Nelson First Addition to Uachville M. M. Thurmond E(i 2 A 18.5;i Nelson Second Addition (o Leaehvllle Carrie Nassar 5 P 955 Carrie Nassar 6 P 187 Smith Addition io LeMhville Luna B. Wllhelm 21 Luna B. Wilhelm 22 A. A. Maynard A, A. Maynard 17 18 C D D D 1.67 1.67 2.81 2.81 E. D. Ferguson O. Shonyo Mary Brinkley O. Shonyo Marj' Purmerl Om Jones Ora Jones Lydla Marou 14 12 S 11 12 3 •I 1 •8.13 1,82 13.18 1.82 1.82 13.18 1.82 1.82 Irregular Lots In Blytheville Section 16, Township IS North, Range 11 East R. W. Scott R. W. Scott 22 NW 24 NW 3.08 3.08 Male Daniels Addition to Bljtheville John Alsup 12 1 1.82 John Alsup 13 i 182 John Alsup 5 2 1,82 Morris Addition to Bljtheville J. C. Hopper 3 c 15,70 Park Addition to Blylherllle ^f^s. Martlialione i i 20.75 Mrs. R. M. McLoad C l 15^70 Sallle Adnms Est. 1 4 1570 Pride Addition lo Blythevllle J. A. Turner 22 51,04 Clyde Rablnson Addition lo m/thtrilte J. w, Bader n l 13,J» SUudemeytr Addition to LeachviUe F. p. Fisher E',^ 5 A 281 TOWN OF MANILA Original Survey Eli Margon 32 4 281 Howard pierce EK 194 14 2,81 C. n. Ashabramer Addition (o Manila H. M. Milford II. !>r. Milfird 9,60 1.67 4 Pirkvlew Addition lo Manila G. M. Denton G. M. Denton Ora C. DHLs Ora C. DllUs Ora C. Dilts Nannie Dllts Nannie Dilts 14 15 4 ft 6 12 13 West End Subdivision W. W. Shaver 9.K 9.55 1.67 7.30 1.6T 1.67 1.67 TOWN OF YARBRO lo Slanila 2.73 M. C. Plovers 3 1 2,53 Witness my hand and seal on liiis 28 day of Feb., 1938. HARVEY MORRIS, Chancery' clerk. By Elizabeth Blythe, D. C. Photo-electric rays a mile lone are being used by Germany to protect Its borders tgulnst smugglers; If a person or automobile n alarm ls

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