The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1938 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1938 (ARfe.V COUEIER s Gcnrin Is Miss Blytheville In Beauly Contest Two Thousand Attend Exercises and Festival Last OSCEOLA, Ark., May 20.—Around 2,000 persons, the largest audience ever to attend a commencement program, heard the May festival 'of drama, music and sons; under the direction of Miss Catherine Harwell, music teacher, combined with the graduation exercises here last night, when twenty-five seniors, tlie largest class in the history oi (he school, received their diploma.*:. Song an<j dance numbers were '^iven by the pupils of the grade school, Including the first grade rhythm band. Huth Edrington, one of the four honor graduates, was rineeij of the festival with Thrace Ramsey as king. The remaining twenty-three graduates were their atteiiilanLs. George H. Deer, in. n brief address, paid liilrole to the fine cooperation and fellowship that had prevailed during his four years superintendent here. Mr. Deer resigned in April to enter George Peauody college at Nashville to complete his.crailuate work. He will also teach in the I'eabody summer school. He Introduced the honor graduates: Margaret Burton, Doris Counts. Ruth Edrington, nnd Blllie Silverblatt. The silver loving cup awarded to the class excelling in activity points, competitive events and qualifications for. school citizenship was presented Pat Moselcy, president of tlie Junior class. Otis Johnson, who transferred to Miss Mary Frances Oeuriii, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. by Mayor Marlon Williams iti a ceremony last night at the high school auditorium Immediately following the beauty pageant which was presented under tlie auspices of the Red Pepper club of tile high . . - Smallcsl Class In Several Years; Services Baccalaureate Foiiiovrow WILSON. Ark.—Tlie graduating scho:>l. Rosemary Monughnn,daugh- • class of Wilson high school for the tcr of Mr. ami Mr.*;. Matt Mormg- year 1937-38 is the smallest group han was uvttu-dfd tlie title ot several years, wilh a number fourteen. Graduation exercises "Little Miss Hlytncville". Miss Billie Payne and Miss Mar- i will be heki Friday, May Jorle Warren were the second anil p.m. at the hijjh si'hool aiulltorium. third choices of the out of town Tlie graduation exercises this year 1-Tople who Judged the affair. Mis; rue in the form of n trlnl Irased upon the ten social economic problems set up by the National Education Association. The class will group were called back lo the stage Participate in the entire program before the judges made their final i with W. P .Wilson, secretary of tlie decision. They were lioscimiry school board as judge, .1. li. Looney, Monaghaii. Ami Pox, Carolyn Ciiilil | attorney. Clay Hampson. class at- Rivers, Harbors Bill Is Given Approval WASHINGTON, May 20, tUP) — The senate commerce committee today approved n rivers anil har- uors bill, containing aiilliort/allons for projects totaling $36.000,000, ix $3,000.000 Increase over house approved ntithoi'lwittons. The committee' included the following projects, already approved by Die iirmy engineers but, jiol Included In the house bill unt was unuble to stale the nmoimk of tho Individual projects pending a lull report from the war department.: Terry Creek nnd Uluck Hlver, On.; Sulphur River, Texas nml Arkansas; lilloxl Harbor. Miss. I'ayne is a junior and Miss Warren, a senior in llie city high school. Four members of the younger and Jan Dickinson. A number of honors have been bestowed on Miss Ciemin, who Is n popular member of tills year's eriuluathig class. As winner o! the contest last night she will be awarded a tree trip lo Ultlc Hock torney, and Orlln Cross, clerk, with the other Icn members oi tlie class acting as witnesses for the trial. The hlb'h school faculty will net as the jury. Cei titii-ales, awards, and diplomas will be presented nt llie close to compete for slate honors. The I of the program. O.sceola from Wilson this term. «',is winner of (lie state contest will then go to Atlantic City to compete in the national pageant. Approximately $35,0(1 iras realized ofr the show by the Ikil Peppers. This money will be sent to the re- Vjionnl director of the pageants who will remit money to tlie club. The proceeds will then he placed in the club treasury. Others who competed In the contest, for "Miss Blytlicville" were: Misses Winifred Crawford, Louise LnUreli, Mary Ann Nairn's, Churchill Duck, Jessalyii Blomoj'er, Marjorie Warren. Edith Edils, Mary Howard Suit of Bussed Is Brown Students Visit Memphis On Friday Studenls of the seventh mil! eighth Biade.s of the liiown school district wilh their sponsors, J. T Simpson, principal of the school mid Tom Plecman, spent yesterday In Memphis where they vis- llfd points of Interest, At noon, a picnic lunch was served in Overtoil park. The remainder of the day, the groin visited the v.no, the Pink Palace nnd ivenl on u trip through the valedictorian, and Clay Hampson business section of the city and Judson Terry are salutaloilans. j The baccftlaurerUe service wilt be held at the Methodist, church in NOTICE OK KXKCOTIVE SALK Notice Is hereby given that I ,lie undersigned as slierlir of Mis D. D. Scgcr, Isslppl County, Arkiinsns, will 01 he 10th day of June, 1938. at the Wilson as llie speaker. "The Life south door of the Courthouse It Wilson, Sunday. May 22, at 11:00 a,m, wilh the pastor of the Baptist church In Mary . ,, ,. , ,. Jeanne Afflick, Anita Pay Beck, jjiycn honorable mention for Ins , lle/ . T1 | 0m])son , Sllc Kajn( , y . Mnry sfjiolastic rating. | D . pj tzg( ,,. aW CapHola Whitworth, Tlie following were introduced as Dorothy Cross, Lon Jo Iiaruelt, Lynette Tucker. Athuncl Whitworth, Marian Tompkins, the only students in high school not having missed a day or been tardy tlie entire year: Julian Riir- ley, Jean Lile Baker, Mary Ella Shoemaker atld Oracle Mae Alexander. Special mention was made of Ann Seinuies Barbicrs. president of i Stevens, Virfjic Mae Abbott, the Senior class, who was also white alul p at ,-i c ia Wise. Bonnie .Jeanne Buchanan, Marie 'Abrahnin, Peggy Jones, Blllie Payne, Carol Landerdale, Sara Evrard, Wynelle Sliejwrd, Mary Frances Oenrin, Marjorie Mays, Martha Prances Peggy awarded the trip to Washington in April and the Good Citizenship Pilgrim from tlie state to the annual Congress, Daughters of the American Revolution. Before presenting the diplomas, Charles E. Sulleuger, secretary of the school board, expressed regret at the resignation of Mr. Deer and also paid a tribute t« the leadership of Mrs. \V. W. Prewitt, president of Hie P. T. A., as largely instrumental in the highly successful school lerm from the standpoint of parental cooperation.,. Members pt^Uie. graduathtg 'class are: Billy /'Avers, Charles Bowles," Jinimie'Chiles, James Driver, Seymour Lockhart, Thrace Ramsey, Russell Heinmiller, J. T. Rlioads, L$am Sheddan, Billy Silverblatt. "prank Toiiipkins, Robert Ware. '• Otis Johnson, Ami Semmcs Car- biers, Margaret Burton, Martha Jane Cartwright, Doris Counts. Joyce Cox, Mary Virginia Cramer, Ruth Edrington, Helen Gibson, Marjorie Miller, Dixie Lee Qiiinii, Nancy Margaret Tucker and Liirliiic Wilson. Read Courier News Want STOP HERE! FOR Gas & Oil Remember— We Check Your Brakes Lights Hatlcry Wheel Alignment FREE PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5lli * Walnut 1 810 Contestants among the younger group were: Kay Smith. 'Keen Norris, Ernestine Holt, Stella Gesell, Ann Fox, Ann Bright, Joan Trlcscliniann, Sally Trlescliinnnn, Susie Taylor. Susie Crafton, Am 1 . Babcock, Sandra Lunsfonl. Barbara Monaghan, Rosemary Monaghan, Carolyn Lentzenich, Marguerite Child, Ann Ella Humphreys, Betsy Ecll, Jean Campbell, Joan Campbell, Carolyn Child, Ilamona Crafton, Sallie Travis, Jan Dickinson. NILtY DELfllS That Counts" is the title of the Blythevllle, Arkansas, offer fortn* lor cash in hand the following de scribed proprcty to-wit: Enst half (Enst !i) of tho Southwest quarter (sw,) ot .section seven (1) township fourteen (14) North, range eleven (II) Enst. '.'iThls sale Is for tlie pnr|>ose o satisfying 1111 execution Issued on snperscdcas Bond on the 12 dn of April. 1938, on n judgment ren 111 .. p. . .. . •-. "' *i]JiJi, »i/ao, uii u Jllu^llLeill, No Larly Appointment Lx- dered In the Circuit Court on PAGE THREE OWNER (If known) l.ol Block Mallle Nenl ..,..' 20 24 Mrs. Minnie Cox * 25 OsMr Morgan 8 25 S, A, Hnynes 9 25 0. Cl. Haltba 11 <Si 12 25 Mrs. Lucy Thompson I 1 ) 25 J. M. Hooker 14 25 '/i. A. MfCulslon 16 26 II. 11. ,\; Helly Ntnlnroy 3 20 H. II A Hetty Ncdaroy 4 2tl Sink- of Ark N 95' 6 2(1) Stule nf Ark N B5' U 20) State of Ark.- N OS' 7 2ti) Gertrude Mshcr W 10' 2 27 MUM>| Miller and J. Goklsmlth CO. 3 27 Tom & Sylvia Howard 11! 27 lll'lhi'vllie 1) A 1, Assn 17 27 J. P. Province W38' 1 & 3 29 J. M. Sisk Kst 0 HO hla \- Lucy Via 7 30 W. A, Dobyns 2 31 C, Atuaham iu "il J. W. Williams 11 31 Mrs. lien cable 13 31 First National Bank.. S!i IB >fe 19 31 Oscar Alexander ,. 20 31 Joe noinboln.sk! 21 31 Nnncy Montgomery Nellie K. Cole Nellie K. cole Gertrude S. Fisher Cii'itindi. s. Fisher TAX 193(i 1937 Pen'ty 1.25 1,25 ,25 .16 .08 ,80 .80 ,'16 2,50 2.BO .75 .75 1.00 I.OO 100 1,00 1.01) IUO Wives Are Plaintiffs In Three Divorce Suits Three wives filed divorce suits in chancery court here yesterday. Mrs. Flossie Bell seeks a divorce from Clarence Bell under the recently enacted three years' separation statute. Ivy W. Crawford is her attorney. Mrs. Emilia B. Morris asks n divorce from Belvie C. Morris jr. charging indignities. Her attorney is Claude F. Cooper. Mrs. Eunice Martin asks a divorce for HI Martin en tlie grounds ot desertion. She is also represented 03- Mr. Cooper. Ministerial Alliance Will Meet On Monday • There wilt be a call nieeling of the Ministerial Alliance Monday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock to complete preparations for tlie Peace Heroes Memorial service to be held on Memorial Day, it was announced today by the Rev. H. Lynn Wade, president of the Alliance. Rod Rider Pays Fare; Granted Excursion Fare VANCOUVER . (UP) — Canadian National Railways received a pleasant shock when a "rod rider" wanted lo pay his fare. They received a request to name tlicir price for a ride stolen ou a freight .train to tlie coast from a small Saskatchewan town last spring. The rider remained anonymous. Grateful railway officials, seeking lo name the lowest fare, checked back to the date mentioned and found there was a cheap excursion in operation at the time. It is believed the .rider obtained work in the lumber industry on Vancouver Island after the stolen ride. Stalc Tries Apt Slogan SALT LAKE CITY (UP)—Utah has just adopted a slogan that promises to be widely copied by oilier western slates. In the canyons .ind, other beauty spots, signs hereafter will read: "Wild Flowers anil Shrubs—Love Them and Leave Them." AWNINGS $1.38 and UP PER WINDOW INSTALLED ^ A. R. Wetenkamp & Co. Agents V, MEMPHIS TENT & AWNING CO. AWNINGS CALL 758 OR 330W 22 sy. 7 " 9 W8' 10 R42' 20 l.Utl 1,00 .30 LSI 1.10 .GO J.SU ,110 1.S3 ,1(1 .on .GO .in .10 .•M .20 .20 1.00 .30 1.20 1.10 1,60 .CO ,16 .75 .B3 1.40 .15 .50 1.60 Ad .75 .75 1. US 1.00 .10 .75 .20 .08 .24 ,22 .16 .12 OS .«« .0!) .14 .08 .or. .30 ,04 .01! .25 .10 .15 .15 Attjr, ft*! fn 2.76 .25 .83 .08 l.7tt .18 .83 .OH 6,50 .50 I.tiO .16 1.1.0 ,10 2,20 .20 2.30 .20 2.20 .20 2,20 .20 .til) .00 2.U4 ,24 2.42 .22 I.C5 .15 .132 .12 j ,W ,08 ,83 .08 .02 .35 1.54 .14 OWNER (K known) Lot Minnie E. Bower in Penrl Hudson . ,,KJ1' 8 Minnie K, liowcr & Pearl Hudson ,,, W33' fl llrarn Srcuii Cleoi f.e M. l-ce : 4 II. 1>. it Damon Method 6 Myrtle llulsU'tiil 4 TAX Block me 1931 Fen'ly Ttal Fee 3) 1.00 . Addition .10 1.10 .10 .25 1.25 .75 .25 C. S. ]inggi>U O. W, Crawford C. J. Kvriml i. W. CJosncll lit .. W. Ciosnell Ksl ,. W, Cii>'iU'll lit >. W. (losnell lit ,. W. Gosiu'll B.'sl li. W. Oosnell fit County Survey Irregular tats SK'/i, H-IS 1.25 .70 .40 .W) .50 50 . .. .50 H-15-11 2.00 2,00 .13 .15 .05 11 .25 .15 .03 .05 .05 .05 .05 .05 .05 .85 ,55 3.30 .30 .44 .04 .68 .00 2.75 .25 1.10 .10 I .'05 .15 1.05 .15 15.40 1.40 33 'M :i3 311 1.00 7.00 1.40 l!l)U»-vllle Mir. Co. First Aililflliin C, A, Wood 0 3 1,00 1.00 .20 2,20 .20 Hlylhe Third Addition E. K. Driver Est 1 35 .50 .50 .10 1.10 .10 lilyilii! Fourth Addition Helen Abraham ................ 1 G. A. U'<> & James Willie W 3-63 U. 1). Trasloy it W. !•', CoUl> NIOO 1 0 Hubert Small .................. 4 Itailer O. Cl. Salllia ................... 2 G. J. Wiiller .................... s V. R Snyder .................... (J Earl Snyder ..................... 7 J. C. & Carmen 1/nvc .......... 8 pected; Observers Say East Ark. Missed Chance LITTLE ROCK, May 20 (UP)— Governor Carl E. Bnlley this week indicated Unit, because of the Interest being shown by stale citizens over the freeing of toll bridges, that he would not name a campaign manager In his drive for reelection until a later date. "With things going along as they are now and so much interest being shown. I see no necessity of naming a campaign manager," the governor said. Observers however pointed ou that the governor was taking every advantage of "free bridges" by appearing at. every celebration being held in observance of the recently enacted legislation which took the lolls from the structures. During the first five days of the current week, the governor made speeches at Siiblaco, Jonesboro, Marianna, Clarendon and Newport. Reliable sources this week disclosed that a large number of persons connected with Senator John E. Miller's successful .campaign last fall, had joined forces with those supporting Congressman John L. McClellan, Malvern, who seeks the senatorial post now held by Senator Hattle Caraway of Jonesboro. Close friends of Senator Miller said, that he would not. take a. Jjart in either candidate's race because McGlcllnn and Senator Caraway supi>orted him in 1937 against Governor Carl E. Bailey, but that the senator hud no control over supporters. Stntehotise observers this week pointed out the fact that cast Arkansas politicians missed n move last week when they allowed the democratic ticket to close without a candidate for the office of lieutenant governor being listed from their section of the stale. Of the three candidates for the place including Lieut. Oov. Bob Bailey, Russellville, all nre from U«! west and northwest section of the state. It was |»inted out that a strong candidate from the eastern section who could have consolidated, the various forces there would have hnd little trouble getting n large vote while the other three fought for the leadership in the west, north and southwest sections. Hotbeds Not So Coiy WILLIAMSTOWN, N. J. (UP) — James Irvin started to uncover his hotbeds with a pitchfork. The fork entered the hay — and two negroes sleeping under it where they had spent a comfortable night. The ne- groes were not seriously Injured. BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS, Sewer Improvement District Numl of the City of Btythevllle, Arkans vs. No. 6673 Delinquent Lands, Lois, Blocks, or Parcels of Land, anil Railroad Ti and Right-of-way, in said Dislri All persons, firms, or corporal! In any of the following described 1 railroad tracks and right-of-way, a suit is pending In the chancery C Kuvba District, Arkansas, to enforc 1937 taxes, or assessments, on the posed owner having been set oppo. with the nmounLs severally due f OWNER (if known) Lo Btylh Nell E. Cole E , 4 Sam O. Sallba ... \yi.J Realty Pur. Corp Realty Pur. Corp T. E. Haynes Myrtle May Halstead ... Mrs. Mattie Neal ] H. M. & H. B, Ncdaroy .. 1 W. J. Rodgers Evi Mrs. C. L. Boydston \yi4 H. B. If. H. M. Neuaroy ,,,, I4in day ol June, 1937, for Ihc sum of $359.00, Interest and cost wherein P. I,. Ttpton was plaintiff and W. W. Eubnnks was defendant In the Court for the Cblcknsawbn District of Mississippi Comity, Arkansas, and by llie Supreme Court of Arkansas alfinii. Date of this the 19th day of Mny, 1938. ; HALE JACKSON, Shcrlfr. 23-30 NOTICE OF EXECUTIVE SALK Notice is hereby given that I. tlie undersigned sheriff of Mississippi Comity, Arkansas, will on the 10th day of June, 1938, at the south door of the Courthouse in Blytlicvllle, Arkansas, olfcr for sale for cash In hand the following,: described proiwrty lo-wit: r'East Half (Bast '/;) of the Southwest quarter (SW 1 /, ) of, ^ .section seven (7) township fourteen 114) North, range cleyen • (11) . East. , , i This! sale, is for '_ the purpose ; of satisfying rin • execution issued on a supersedeas Donil on the 12 day of April, 1938, on n judgment rendered in the Circuit Court on the 14th day of June, 1937, for ' ih^ sum of $359,00, Interest nml cost wherein P. L. Tipton was plaintiff and J. R. Brothers was defendant. In tlie Court for the Chlcknsawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, ami by the Supreme Court of Arkansas a 'firm. Date of this the 19th day of May, 1938. HALE JACKSON, Sheriff. 23-30 NOTICE OF EXECUTIVE SALK Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned as sheriff of Mississippi County, Arkansas, will on the 10th day of June, 1938, at the south door of the Courthouse In Blytheville, Arkansas, offer for sale for casli In hand the follo'vng described property, towit: East half (East Vj) of the Soulhwcst. quarter (SW 1 /,) of - section seven (7) township four teen (141 Norlh, range eleven (11) East. Thl:, sale is for the purpose of satisfying an execution Issued on a snpcisedeas Bond on the 12 day of April, 1938, on a judgment rendered In the Circuit Court on tiie 14th day of June, 1937, for tl:= sum of $187.00. interest and cost wlierein p. L. Tlpton was plaintiff ami M. B. Cole was defendant in the Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi Comity, Arkansas, and by. the Supreme Court of Arkansas all Inn. Date of this Die 19tli dny of May, 1938. HALE JACKSON, Sheriff. 23-30 >cr One «, Plaintiff, acks !t. Defendants, ons having or claiming an Interest uids, lots, blocks, or parcels of land. re hereby notified and warned thai ourt of Mississippi County, Chicka- e the colletcion of certain I93fi and sub-Joined list of lands, each sup- site his or her or Its land, together -oni each, 'to-wit: TAX Atfy. t Block I93G 1937 Pcn'ly T'tal Fee Addition 1 20 $5.00 $5.00 $1.00 $11.00 $1.00 1 20 3.75 3.75 .75 8.25 .75 8 20 10.00 1.00 11.00 1.00 0 20 10.00 1.00 11.00 I.OO 4 24 1.25 1.25 .25 2.75 .25 6 24 1.00 .10 1.10 .10 2 24 1.00 1.00 .20 2.20 .20 3 24 1.00 1.00 .20 2.20 .20 5 24 50 .50 .10 ' 1.10 .10 5 24 ,50 .05 ,55 .05 9 - 24 1,00 1.00 ,20 2.20 .20 Hue*; A'li'l'hi" P. M. liennett IQ 1 Paul Bryeans l & 2 2 Louis & Opal Houghcr 7 2 Ernest Ratclilf 8 2 C. E. Goldsmith D & 10 2 Mrs. II. D. McUod 1, 2 &, 3 3 Mrs. H .U. McU'iKl 0 & 1 '.! Amanda Ool;el & Mrs. II. U. McUiod s, o & 10 3 Thrcsla Uombolaskl o 4 L. W. Ciosnell Est E|(, 7 4 Menu. Doyd 1 & 2 7 Alia Pearl Jonlnn 1 !l Amanda Cloulc ;•' 9 C. L. Harber 4 0 J. L & G. L. Hawley 5 & (i » B. C. fe Lucy Do/.ler l 10 M.- li, Pcuilergrass 2 10 C. T. & Alice Wicker 3 <fc 4 10 T. V. Uougher .., G & 0 H J. L. Lane 5 ,t 0 12 Floyd Simpson I & 2 . 13 B. A. Morris 7 & 8 13 J. D. Hooker 1 & 2 14 C. J. Evrard 5 &. 0 14 'Albert E. Freeman 7 14 Slcniberg Cotton Co 8 14 E. E. Driver Heirs l 15 B. E. Driver Heirs 2 15 E. E. Driver Heirs :i 15 W. I, Wheat 2 10 Ruby Ifolt ' 4 10 .15 .03 1.00 .-10 .55 ••• 1.00 1.10 B.GO 3.50 .CO 2.UO .75 ,03 I.OO 2.25 2.25 .40 .4(1 .55 .BO 1.10 U.liO '.UiO a.GO 1.20 1.20 .50 1.05 .CO .50 ,00 .70 ... .00 .3D .D» 1,10 1,10 .50 .05 .50 ,50 ,50 ... .75 .GO .01) .70 1.85 ... .31! .US 1.10 50 .BO 1.10 .50 .05 .lio .20 .50 .50 .50 .(!() .75 ,35 ,0(1 .20 .15 .13 .10 .10 .23 .23 .04 .08 .li .05 .10 .22 1.72 .52 .24 .10 .17 .12 .12 .14 .17 .08 .08 .20 .22 .05 .08 ,22 .10 ,19 .0« .02 .10 .10 .10 .00 .15 3.85 ,35 .lid .0(1 2/20 .20 .105 .15 1.30 .13 l.io .10 1.10 .10 2,4« ,23 2,48 .23 .44 ,B8 1.21 ,:B l.io 2.42 ,04 .08 .11 .05 .10 .22 100'xlBO' 2 1 2!> 212'xlOO' 3 .7fl 100'xlSO' 5 40 . 10'xl50' (J , OO'xlfiO' 7 , oo'xino 1 B . C0'x!50' tt OO'xISO' 10 40'xla(V 1) Ih l pi lit ted In .Si', SW SW I.. W. Oosnell Kstiite B. of l',Sfc K. IIR 8V4 SW SW 0-15-11 U W. Ciosnell 1'imUe, W. of P.SA- U. lill S!!, SW HW 9-15-11 ... .SO I'UHi'il 1,01*1 In SKK l)-15-li 1. 11. Chltwooit ; 19 ... 5go Irrcitular I'lutled |,ols SW 10-lj-H Shaver-lister Cllu Co 0 ,ts '( ... oaj ,03 Irregular I'lnKed |.(,( s In SK SW 10-15-11 O Slionyo 25 1,25 1,25 .25 Irri'liuUir LoU WW 15-15-11 St. loiils-Sni] Prnnclsi'O KH 4 . ..' 400 ,40 Irregular. Lot In SK SW 10-15-lt 1.38 .13 1.B5 .16 .55 .05 2.75 .25 l.CO .15 .B8 .08 .55 .05 .55 .50 .55 .05 .05 .05 .40 .05 .55 .05 .55 .05 4.40 .40 .55 ,05 .60 5.50 .50 6.88 ,03 2.75 .25 4.40 .40 N. Of H-2 nun Stout U. li, Allklns .'. ir, Morse & Khslnier 10 Mcliod 17 Uesslo A. Uiymon ill Phillips IWoleum Co. WlflO' 1314 N',i 20 I'hllllps 1'eliolemn Co. W!'' N 1 ,'. 20 II. W. Scott •>•! Cl. Cl. lluobiml -a II. W. Scott ;!4 O. W. McClumihan vS . McU'Od and Son 26 1.25 1.2S 10-15-11 .40 ,40 ,30 .30 .25 2.V5 .25 5.72 .52 2.04 .24 1.10' .10 1.B2 .17 1.32 .12 ,132 .12 1.54 .14 1,82 .17 .00 .00 .08 .20 .2a .05 .88 .08 2.42 1.10 2:01) ,06 .22 1.10 1.10 1.10 .84 2.10 2.42, .55 .onus Chicago Mill & I.br. 06. First Adilltlun Itcsubdlvlslun of I,ots 1 & 2, Blut-k "A" Aaron Rosenthal NVi 4 A 1.60 1.00 .30 J. G. A: Gertrude .Barnes WV. 3 U ... 2.00 .20 Cldcago Mill Si Lbr. Co. 2nd Addition. 3.30 ,30 2.20 .20 U. jW. & iMaiirlnd'lvHillliis 3 1 : Mrs!-A. 'G. Wlckham & Hess Hall 2 2 ' Mrs. Gladys'Field u a . .. O. E. Keck W!i S it All 0 2 ".9.1 A. G. Hal! EVi 11 & All 12 2 l.GO C. A. Cunningham 1:1 3 ... OhlikMnwIia Addlllon J. M. Anderson 9 8 Mary Phillips Kobinson la 8 ... Lllilaii Roscntlml 1 & 2 9 Wright Bros 4 0 1.75 Joe Wuddy 5 a ... J. E. Wbllworth 7 a 1.75 J. H. Plslier 1 & 2 11 3.00 J. A. Webb 5 & G 12 3.75 B. M. Prince 3 & Eli 4 14 ... Laura McClintock .. W 1 .'. 4 & All 5 14 .90 Davis First Addition A. T. Cloar 12 Mrs. A. O. Wlckham A: Bess Hall 3 & Eli 4 15 ... Jessie P. Driver IB 15 ... Jessie F. Driver 17 15 ... O. shonyo 2 HI 3.00 S. Joseph H 10 . .. Moses Oilman 4 17 ... J. W. Atkins 3 18 7.50 J. W. Atkins 4. 18 7.50 1.9 1.75 .<JO .93 1:00 .15 2.00 .75 2.00 1.75 1.38 1.15 3.00 3.75 2.50 .00 .15 .w .00 .10 .32 .02 .20 .08 .20 ,35 .14 .35 .00 .75 .25 .18 1.65 1.93 .09 1.00 3.52 ,32 .17 ',..02 2,20 ,83 2.20 3.85 1,52 3.85 OIKI 8.35 2.75 1.98 .. 14.00 1,40 15.40 1.40 T. J. Malian Mrs. Anna Bell N. Johns Parris Simon ...' Mrs. Oddie Freeman T. J. Malian Davis Second Addition 2.50 1.00 1.00 3.00 .50 2.25 7.50 7.50 E',4 3 B'/J I 3 EV'i « .25 2,50 1.50 1.50 .90 Davis Third Addition 1.50 Mattle June Bishop 3 I Ada C. Hobinson E'/j 6 & 7 2 Shadad Saliba 8&9 2 Elviv Poo 12 & B',', 13 2 U. S. Blniikenship 2 3) U. S. Blankenshlp W 1 ,', 3 3) H. H, Storie Eli 3 & 4 3 W. B. Crews N 1-3 13 & 14 3 J. M. Anderson Estate 1 & 2 4 Mosc Sllman 3 4 Equitable B & L. Assn. L. E. of 7 4 Mississippi Co. B & L 9 4 W. R. Adams 11 it 12 4 Ella B. Swift 10 & U 5 Sunshine Swift 12 5 C. S. Corey 13 5 J. J. Williamson 17 5 Lillie B. Sisk 4 s J. C. Clcmmons Est 5 .^ G 0 J. C. Clemmons Est 7&8 fl W. O. Damon Est 0 G Tom Little i 7 Tom Little 2 7 J. W. Alley 4&5 7 C. E. Mobley 5&G 8 Mrs. Mamie Cox 8 8 J. L. Guard W!i 7 All G 9 N. S. Sallba 2 10 N. S. Sallba 3 10 llougm Addition American Bldg. & Loan 3 I 1,25 1.50 .80 1.50 1.00 1.75 .05 1.50 1.50 1.60 1.25 1.25 ... . .. 1.50 . .. 1.25 . .. 1.40 ... 1.50 l.DO 1.90 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.25 1.25 . .. ... .75 .75 . .. 2.10 .75 .75 ... .30 ... .30 2.75 2.75 2.00 2.00 . .. 2.00 . .. 1.50 .50 ... 1,25 ... .25 .10 .10 .00 .05 .23 1.50 1.50 .03 .25 .30 .15 .18 .15 .10 .18 .OS .30 .15 .15 .13 .13 .15 .13 .14 .15 .38 .20 .25 .13 .08 .08 .21 .15 ,03 .03 .55 .40 .20 .15 .05 .13 .13 .13 2.75 1.10 1.10 6.KO :55 2.48 .23 16,50 1.50 10.50 1.50 ,28 .03 2.75 .25 330 ,30 1.05 1.98 l.fJS 1.10 1.93 1.03 3.30 1.C5 1.C5 1,48 1.48 1.65 1.38 1.54 1.05 4.18 2.20 2.75 1.48 .83 .83 2.31 1.65 .33 .33 6.05 4.40 2.20 1.65 .55 1.38 .15 .18 .15 .10 .18 .08 .30 .15 .15 .13 .13 .15 .13 .14 .15 .38 .20 .25 .13 1.38 .13 1.38 .13 Moses Sliinmi 5 1 ... 12a Hale Subdivision P. H. Acton B 2,50 2 50 .50 5.50 .50 Hearn First Addition A. O.Hudson 1 •& 2, I .50 ... .05 .55 .05 ?.trs. Quinoy Alexander 3 1 .20 .20 .94 .44 .04 N. p. Knlghl 8 1 ... 1.25 ,13 1.38 .13 Henry gingery 9 I ... .25 .OS .28 .03 Nettle Clien Matiatt \VW 2 & All 3 2 ... 1,50 .15 1.65 .15 Mrs. Lucitt Gllleil 4&5 2 1.75 1,75 .35 3.85 55 H. S.'Hearn 6 2 2.00 200 .40 4.40 .40 Cora Siilton 7&8 2 2,50 ... .25 2.75 .25 Tom Little 5 3 ... 150 .15 1.65 .15 Tom Little 8 3 ... 1.60 .15 1.65 .15 II. S. Hearn 1 & W33' » 3 , lt 1,13 ,13 J.2B ,)j ,50 'r>0 > JO .50 .59 i 25 !r>0 00 .iO tJiiplaltcd I'art NK (,'itr. NK SU 1(1-15-11 C. H, Whistle 140' off E. Mite of SEW of NEK of SE 17-15-11 .03 .03 .00 .05 .13 .13 .10. .10 .12. .05 .10 .88 .Oil .33 .03 .00 ,00 .55 .05 1.38 .13 1.38 ,13 1.10 .10 1.10 .10 1.32 .12 .55 .05 1.10 .10 Walter Wnddy .. C. Abraham .... lirssle SlenibtiH . Harry Atkins ... C. Abraham J. W. Under ... a. C. Alexander K!!i 2 •£r*l i W !•! 3 'I 10 2 S100' U 8.00 .CO C.60 .CO A A IS . II U • c; C o C 1.25 1,50 ,30 .SO S. C. Alford ..., N 1-3 fl & N 1-37 Kqullalili; I!. As 1.. Assn SlOO' 7 Jolly Addition J. W. Malonoy 1 & 2 K, F. Johnston 4. Junes Addition Flossie Goodrich 1 & 2 i 1, M & Zelln Chupiiell K'/ 4 a W40' 10 2 Less Hutiillvlsloii Ilflcn Abraham ,, 3 Helen Abrahum 4 Helen Abraham 5 1.25 .75 1.50 1.00 .50 1.00 .CO 1.00 I.Cfl 1.50 2.1'J A. O. Shlblcy KIKW Onil|; ...... Mrs. li. O, Brown Mrs. L. O, Brown T. M. Hcrrlnglon lluliy Miller ..:.. L. M. Burnetle ... Myrtle O. Martin S. C. Moore Mrs. P. K. Hawkins Julia KochttUky C. J. Evrard .... Marsh A,|illllciii C. 1-3 3 & 4 ............ 5 ............ 0 ....... 7 A: 10 I! & WM It 1 2 4 , MUkr & Cirtenlec AildltUm ...... 15 1 ... ... S5I>: 1 As 2 3 l.f,0 Morris Addition .00 .40 .75 .70 1.50 1.00 .00 ,(io 1,00 .00 ,00 .CO .40 .70 1.50 1.00 1.00 .CO .110 1,00 .25 .OB .30 .03 .10 .10 .10 .00 ,03 .20 .15 .28 .23 .00 .00 .00 .Oli ,08 .08 .14 .30 .10 .20 .12 ,17. .20 1.75 .18 . .. .15 liny Wortlilngton N40' 11 c H, A. Lynch N li 15 o Original Survey Amcrlc/ui nidg. & Xi. Assti WI2' of S12' 7 W125' H W125' n George Cross 20 Joe Crnlg 21 & 22 Mrs. L. i 1 . McPall 28 & 29 Mrs. W. A. arhimielt 30 & 31 It. A, Livingston ....32 & sis 33 Hale Estate 39 Prill C. Fowler ! 49 ' K|llllnl;lc B A: L Assn GO \ E. J. & Lulu Spencer i ni i' Mrs. Eslellc Stewart 07 C. H. mid Ona Grair 70 & 71 Cynthia Ogle 85 J. T. Alford 87 1 00 .75 1.00 .75 .20 .15 '2.75 .83 3.30 .33 1.10 1.10 1.10 .06 .09 2.20 1.05 2.48 .60 .60 .60 .88 .83 1.54 ' 3.30 1.10 2.20 1.33 1.32 2.20 1.03 1.05 2.20 i.65 .25 .03 .30 .03 .10 .10 .10 ,06 .09 ,20 .15 '.28 ,23 .08 ,00 .00 .00 .03 .08 .14 .30 .10 .20 .13 .12 .20 .18 :•'*> .20 .15 J. T, Alford J. T. Alford Ga. State Snv. Assn. John Prlola O. and Anna Shonyo .. Ullle A. McLcod Unknown Lavernc Prloln Tom A. Lltlle Heirs of Sallle Admits . Tom Secoy C. N. Ncul Estate J. W. Bishop P. C. nothrock .... A. u. LXiwland Edna Eiirl Martin . Blanche P. Brooks . Lee Musgrave S. H. Hall O. W. Davis Jolm L. Mclvin .... 88 89 91 1'ark Addition 1 1 1 1 .. 7 3 4 G ; 8 13 11 & 12 3 1 4 2 4 2 5 S 1-3 8 >t 3 5 N 1-3 8 .t 0 5 li 5 G B 8 o 12 G N10G' 1 8 S C5' 2 g 4 8 Mrs. P. M. Campbell 5 g •Edith Johnson N60' C &7 8 Hlcli.iri! Adilitlcm Jake & Minnie Huffman 1 B Loyd stickman -. 0 B Lloyd Stlckmnn Wli 7 u Idii Mlnyard 6 E J.. N. Gesell 7 E E. J. Browne 8 E .75 1.75 .(iO i.40 5.00 .75 i - . .75 .75 1.00 1.75 1.00 ).00 .85 1.00 .80 .80 .DO 1.75 2.25 2.00 1.25 1.20 I.OO i.eo .70 1.00 1.00 .GO .75 '.50 '.CO 8.7S .75 1.75 .00 2.50 .75 I.OO .75 .75' 1.00 1.75 1.00 1.00 .85 1.00 .80 .80 .90 1.75 1.25 2.00 1.25 1.20 1.75 1.50 .70 1.00 1.00 .CO .75 i .50 .50 .50 .GO 3.50 1.00 .50 1.75 1.50 1.50 Kobinson Addition (Clyde Kobinson) Ernest Ifassell 11 i i.oo ... Ernest Hassell 12 i 1.25 ... S. Joseph 8 2 1,00 1.00 S. Joseph 9 2 3.00 3.00 S. Joseph 10 2 1.09 1.00 T. M. Smith Addition Molly, Harold & Helen Sterftber? I ... .25 Molly, Harold <fc Helen Stcrnbcrs 2 ... .80 Molly, Harold & Helen Slernberg 3 . .. 1.50 Smlliury Addition Mrs. J. S. Dlllaluinty 5 & E'i G l 1.50 . .. W. V. Womack 8 l ... 2.00 H. L. Chambers 9 1 2.00 2.00 Tillman'-i Addition Cecil Shane & J. L. Cherry 4 Addition A ... .23 A ... .20 A ... 1.00 A. ... 2.50 .88 .15,,. .25 .12 .25 . .14 .50 .15 .10 .15 .15 .20 .35 .20 .20 .17 .20 .16 .IS .18 .35 .13 .23 .40 .25 .24 .10 .10 .14 .20 .20 .12 .15 .05 .10 .05 .12 .35 .10 .05 .35 .30 .15 .10 .13 .20 .60 .20 .03 .08 .15 .15 .20 .40 9.03 1.05 3,85 1.32 2.75 , 1,54 5.50 1.C5 1.10 1.65 1.05 2.20 3.85 2.20 2.20 1.87 2.20 ' 1.7G 1.70 1.98 3.85 1.38 2.48 4.40 2.75 2.C4 1.10 1.10 1.54 2.20 2,20 1.32 1.C5 .55 1.10 .55 1,32 3.85 1.10 .55 3.83 3.30 1.C5 1.10 1.33 2.20 6.60 2.20 .28 .88 1.65 1.G5 2.20 4.40 .16 .35 .12 .25 .14 .50 .15 .10 .15 .15 .20 .35 .20 .20 .17 .20 .16 .16 .18 .35 .13 .23 .40 .25 .24 .10. .10 .14 .20 .20 -.12 .15 .05 .10 .05 .12 .35 .10 .05 .35 ,30 .15 .10 .13 .20 .60 .20 .03 .08 .15 .15 .20 .40 1.00 .10 1.10 .10 Mrs. S. S. Steruberg ............ 1 Mrs. S. S. Sternbcrg ............ 2 Mrs. S. S. Stemberg ............ 3 Eslelle Vollmer ................ 7 .03 .02 .10 .25 .26 ..23 1.10 2.75 .03 .03 .10 .25 All persons, firms and corporations interested in any of said property are hereby warned and notified that they are required by law to appear within tour weeks and make defense to said suit, or tlie same will be taken for confessed and final Judgment will be entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes or assessments, together with the payment of Interest, penalty, attorney's fee, and cost adjudged against each tract. HARVEY MORRIS •Clerk of said Court, By Elizabeth Blylhe, 17. C. H-21-2M

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