PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW* Missco Clerks, Judges List for School Election (Continued from Pag« 1) Orar. ManHa Judges— I, D. Shedd, W. R, Brown, R. J. MoKinnon; alternates— Max Isaacs, Harvey Durham, K. S. Jackson. Clerks— William Borowsky, Joe Osborae; alternates — Herman Alston, L. U. Woodruff. Dell Dell Box: Judges— M. J. Koehlcr, H. R. Crawford, H. F. Brownlee; alternates— Ed Hardin, Ed Stacy, John Stevens, Jr. Clerks — Bob Hen derson, Floyd Tate; alternates— J. H. Brinn, R. B. Crawford. Half Moon Box: Judges— C. W. Carrlgan, J. W. Richardson, Henry Breen; alternates— o. M. Mitchell, Claude Duncan, Jim Alexander. Clerks— Bow in L, GarrJean, Earl Bhaneyfelt; alternates, Shelby McCook, Homer Hodge. HuTiltttt Judges— Tom Callis, H. p. Jumper, Charley Lutes; alternates — Sheb Bevils, Jack West, A. S. Brlttatn. Clerks— V. R, Dixon, Ira Kooncc; alternates — Preston Ramey, Ralph Wilson. Leachvllle Leachvilte Box: Judges— H. II. Thurmond, Robert Pierce, Louis Welnberg; alternates — Kelson Henry, John D. Wells, Paul Wilson. Clerks— Atherton Hlatt, H. H. Howard; alternates — Charles A. Heuter, John Buck. Newsom's Store Box: Judges — Ruffln Newsom, L. T. Patterson, J. M. Howerton; alternates — S. H. Carter, A. E. Milllgan, A. W. Turner. Clerks — J. W. SIzemore, P. W. De- Jamett; alternates— Rudolph Ncw- som. E. K. Wilson. flUUman Judges— H. J. Bonds, Monroe Dobbs, Louis Bonds; alternates- Harry Wodly, Ed Wilson, C. B. Lester. Olerks— Charles Ashcroft, Will Taylor; alternates— Wilson Bonds, Arlbs Stack. DJPIW Judges— Frank Taylor, J.H. Balch, Mitchell Folster; alternates — J. P. Holllngsworth, Coll Appllng, O. O. Collins. Clerks— Orvlll Lee, Osca'r Matlock; alternates^! 1 . B. Wood, James B. Clifton. OSCEOLA DISTRICT Court House Box: Judges — Arthur Rogers, S. W. Bowker, a. B. Segraves; alternates — James Hyatt, Ray Morgan, Ray Mann. 'Clerks- Henry Patterson, B. L. Tallferro; al- ternates—MlfB Alene Word. Joe Martin. ' Cromer's store Box: Judges—Allen Sognwes, Alex Goble, BUI Cromer; alternates—F. S. Rce.se, Baker Springfield, J. A. Germany. dents — Mrs. J. S. Hartrlch, Hudson Wrenn; alternates—L. C. B. Young, Richard Cromer LUXOHA Luxora Box: Judges — R. L. Houck, W. H. Meadors. Ray Whitmore; alternates — Grover Driver, Alton Chitwcod, Ray Olive. Clerks —J. M. Majors, W. L. Hanria; alternates — Dave Richards, Edith McOanlel. Victoria Box: Jxidgcs — Gilbert Lynch, C. W. Hoover, Lee Wesson; alternates — Harry Anderson, ZeJce Pollard, Bill Cockrell. Clerks — Bill Green, W. O. Frazler; alternates— Herman Smith, Jack Mlliican. SIIAWNKK Judges—Sam wise, George Edding. 1 ;, L. C. Craivford; aJJe/jiates— Bill Ralph, Carl Cook, Dill Landrum. Clerks—Mrs. Joe Ashburn, C. W. Webb; alternates—Dan Fletcher, Tull Johnson. WILSON Judges—C. J. Lynch, W. J. Denton, C. L. Grecnwell; alternates— D. O. Anderson, D. o. Cash, T. J. McAffee. Clerks — Mfiurey Upton, Bruce Wilson; alternates — Eiay- mond Cottier. John Enochs. WIIITTON Judges—W. R. McDanlel, C. L. Denton, Frank Dean; alternates — Pete Bullard. W. E. Wright, G. A. Looney. Clerks—Gene Minor, Maurice Wright; alternates—Billy Jack Ixwney, Frank Dean, Jr. KHSEK Judges—Charles Coleman, Jr., W. J. Ashley, J. E. Woodward; alternates—H. F. Adams. John Stovall, John Keral. Clerks—Lloyd Godley, J. W. Hall; alternates—M. E. Little, A. G. Bostrick. ETOWAII Judges — M. W. Gurdley, Amos Weathers, Royce McDonald; alternates — B. S, Jackson, Herbert Woodruff, Rush Norton. Clerks — M. R. Slsco, Grover Jackson; alternates—Leslie McCllllom, W. S. Kirk. HRINKLKY Judges — Gun Brad berry, A. J. ^cwls, Jr., Ray Veach; alternates— Wnlter Vastblnder, Stanley Frndcn- Russell Gill. Clerks — J. A. Statler. Bee.scy Owens; alternates- Henry Lute, Lorene Fincher. MAMED IN TRIAL-American Catholic Bishop Gerald O'Hara, above, was among churchmen of five nations implicated in the treason trial of 10 high Roman Catholic clergymen and officials in Communist Bucharest, Romania. Defendant/ arc charged with plotting against the Communist slate, nishop O'Hiira was expelled from the Hcd country after n similar spy (rial in 1050, WAIJMMC OltDKR In the Chancery Court, Ohieka- iiliii District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Metropolitan life Insurance Company, a corporation, and R. O. Demlng, Jr., Trustee, PIT. vs. No, 11,821 Max John Mattes, Bessie t.ee-Mattes, Veterans Administration, and W. D. Self, acting Collector of Internal Revenue, for the United States of America Dft. lire defendants. Max John Mattes nml Bessie Lee Mnttes, are hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof nml answer the complaint of the plaintiffs. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, a corporation, and R. O. Demlng, Jr., Tr. Dated this 13 day of September, 1D51. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Ruth Magec, D. C. O. M. Buck, attorney for ptfs. Jesse Taylor, attorney ad lltcm. BJ1S-26 J03-10 The U.S. House of Representatives s .as the sole power of impeachment. The. Senate has the sole power to try all impeachments. BILBREY (Continued from Page 8) brey's work Is or course concerned with cotton and soybeans, the two Principal cash cro|« although a great deal of his time Is devoted to 4-H and PPA work and the battle against Insects which have become a problem slnt;e J946, But sometimes ht.i calls for help take a humorous twist. Not long ago, a Blythevllle man perturbed by the falling "cotton" of his cottonwood trees, called to ask how to de-sex the male of the species and get rid of the troublesome "cotton." "There may be n way to do it," Mr. Bllbrcy said, "hut If so, 1 haven't heard about It yet." Timing Method fs Important In regard to insect control, Mr Bllbrcy says It Is as Important to know when not !o poison as when It should he applied, "For Instance," he related, "one man poisoned his cotton crop nualnst thrlp and .destroyed the little soldier bettle larvae, a natural enemy of the red spider. "Red spider then proceeded to cover his fields and It Is much harder to destroy than thrlp," Soybean development Is one of Mr. nilbrcy's favorite activities and he take.s pride In the county's production Increase of 1,847,000 million bushels since 1043. The county also has greatly improved its soybean storage facilities within the past year, he says, Horn at Sniitlivillc Mr. Biltaey was born at Smlth- ville, Ark., Dec. 21, 1013 and moved to imboden with his parents at the age or six. He was graduated from the University of Arkansas In 1937 with a li. A. degree and has served In extension and AAA (now PMA) work since. He has worked In Ashley, Chlcot and St. Francis Counties. While at the University, Mr. Bil- brcy met a Siloam Springs co-ed named Miss Pauline Ross and they were married In 1937. They have two sons, Charles, 9. and James Ross, 5. A member of the First Baptist Church, where he teaches n Sunday School class, Mr. Bilbrey also Is president of Blythevllle Rotary Club, For a hobby, he chooses woodworking; and much of the furniture in his home was made In his own shop. He takes particular pride In a solid cherry bedroom suite made In that shop. "On Missco Farms, p> a column about Mississippi County turn folki and their problem! it written by WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER It, Mr. BUbrejr and uppears «ach m- day in the Courier News. He began the column about two year* ago. 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