The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, September 27, 1955
Page 2
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PACT TWO BLTTHET1LLS (ARK.y COURIER NBWi .TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER ZT, 19BS Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Th* following real estat* transfers have been recorded In the office of Circuit Cleric and Recorder Geraldine Liston: Oscar \. and Lila Palmer to Elva C. and Jimmie Ethel Becknell for $10 and the assumption of $2.200 debt, the north half of Lt. and the east five feet of-the north half of Lot 8, All in Bk. 12. Highland Place Second Addition. Charles N. and Sue Reid Hays- Jett to Magnolia Courts. Inc., for $10 and other consideration. Lot 9, Bk 3, Parkview Addition. Robert A. and Zella Copeland to Ben Craig for S10 and other consideration, part of the NEV, of the SW!/4, Sec. 10. T15N. HUE. Tom Williams io Emmett C. Jones for S500, Lot 11 and the east five feet of Lot 10, Bk. 4, Edwin Robinson Addition. Willie and Oracle to Oscar and Mary.. Aldridge for SI. Lot 5 of J. W. Owens Addition. Evelyn M. Crowell, widow of Orlando S. Crowell, to Tom A. Jr., and Luella Barnes Little for $10 and other consideration, the N'/ 2 of Lot 4. to Blk. "A" o! Chicago Mill ana Lumber Co.'s First Addition. Buren and Ruth P. Plannigan to Nannie Cromwell Lyerly for S500, the south 23 ft. of Lot 8 Blk. "A". Slaudenmayer addition to the City of Blytheville. Ebben M. and Olenda Ruth Miller to, William P. and Winnie Juanita Chitmon for S10 and other consideration. Lot 21 in Blk. "E" of the John B. Walker second subdivision. Nannie Lyerly. Lucille Hart, et. a!., to H. W. Lyerly for Si.000 and the assumption of a $3,000 note, the NW'.i of the N\V!i Sec. 26 T16N R 8 E, containing 40 acres, more or less. George M. and Helen Lee to Luther L. and Nettie Lancaster, for $10 and other consideration, Lot 13, Blk, "D" of Barron and Lilly Addition. C. L. and Mary Catherine Lucius to Buford and Bernice Martin for $14.000 the SE>4 of the SE'/ 4 of Sec. 3 T15N.R10E. W. L. and Eugenia Clark to T. E., Jr. and Betty Black Geeslin for $10 and the assumption of a $9.227 indebtedness, all of Lot 2, Jackson Second Addition. Pleasant G. 'and Myruth Clark" to DoaiM L. and Or»<* I. Andenon, for tit and th« assumption of an m.MI.IO indebtedness, Uit Bast SO ft of Lot 9 and the West 10 ft. of Lot « in Blk. 4 in the Country Club Heights Addition. B T and Wilma Lou Elder to Clarence W. Jr., and Elisabeth Sellers, for $10 and the assumption rf a first mortgage, Lot «, Blk. 11 of Bugg Addition. W C. and Roxie W. Gates to Esther and O. P. Russell for $250, Lot 5 Blk. 34, Blythe Addition. Bridie and Beatrice Camp to H. P. Sandusky for one dollar, Lot 8 Blk. 1 of the original survey to the town of Manila. J. F. Jr., and Mary K. Stevenson and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to Robert L. Jr., and Jerry W. Gardner, for $10 and other consideration. Lot 17 »nd the West half of Lot 18, Blk. 3, according to replat of B!k. 1 of Country Club Heights Addition. Harold B. and Marie D. Wright and J. E. Jr., and Mary K. Stevenson to Robert B. and Inez T. Smith for $10 and other consideration, Lot 16 Blk. 2 according to the replat of Blk. 2 of the Country Club Heights Addition, Aana shields Maloney to L. A. and Bessie Santy for $1000, a part of the North 14 of the SE'/« of Sec. 15,TI5N,R11E. Russell K. arid Margueriet Marr to Florence O. Meadows and Wayland H. Meadows (a single man) for $10 and the assumption of debt, Lot 18 of the O. S. Rollison replat. Vance and Joyce Park to Magnolia Courts, Inc., for $10 and other consideration, Lot li, Blk. 3 of the David Acres Subdivision. Magnolia Courts. Inc., to Billy G. and Rosalyn Stewart, for one dollar Lot 12, Blk. 7 of the David j Acres Subdivision. James and Mary Frances Terry to Max and Annie Laurie Logan for $10 and other consideration, Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. 13, 14 of Blk. 9 of the Country Club area addition. Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to J. E. Jr. and Mary K. Stevenson for $10 and other consideration, Lot 1, Blk. "G" of the John.B. Walker second Subdivision. Henrietta Hall, widow, to Al- phout ud IHllto Mtlit* for I13.MO Lot 14 Blk. II, Davis Addition. Magnolia Courts, Inc., to Max and Annie Laurie Logan for one dollar, Lota 1 and 1 of O. 8. Rollison subdivision of part of BE<4 of NE!4 of Sec. » T15N RUE. E. B. and Rovne Q. David to Thomas A. and Mary Kathryn Woodyard for $11,500, Lot 1 Blk. J of Elmwood Gardens Subdivision. Ray and Ann Ruth Worthlngton to Albert and Leona Mays for }276 Lot 15, Blk. 5 Elliott Addition. Harold A. and Betty Jean Davis to Richard S. and Nancy Robinson, for $10 and other consideration, the South 49 ft. of Lot 3 and the North 37 ft. of Lot 4 in Blk. "D", John B. Walker second subdivision. Henrietta Hall to Boyce Moore and Mertis Moore Alford for $10 and other consideration, Lot 15, Blk, 31, Blythe Addition. Florence W. Brown and Ellen Brown to Herbert and Opal Faye Adkins, for $1,500 and balance of mortgage, the West 50 ft, Lot 4 Block "C", of Osborne-McKinnon addition to the town of Manila., Bobbie McCury and Viola McCury Boyd to Paul and Ruby Hardesty for $575, Lot 5, Blk. "B" HoUendale addition to Uw Cltf at Blytheville. Richard N. and LaVora Ford to Magnolia Courts, Inc., for $10 and other consideration, Lot 6 Blk. 3 Park View Addition. Magnolia Courts, Inc. to Samuel D. and Barbara Joyce Bray for consideration of one dollar; Lot S Blk. 3 of Park View Addition. Magnolia Courts, Inc. to Billy W. and Geraldene Davis for consideration of one dollar, Lot 3 Blk. 2 of Park View Addition. S. D. and Barbara Joyce Bray to Magnolia Courts, Inc., for $10 and other consideration, Lot 4, Blk. "C" of John B. Walker second subdivision. J. E. Jr. and Mary K. Stevenson and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to James B. Peterson and Maride- cine C. Peterson for $10 and other consideration, Lot 20 Blk. 2, replat of Country Club Heights Addition. COMMU.VA NEST A* many as five female" anis, or tropical cuckoos, may lay their eggs in the same nest. One female stays at the nest to incubate, or "baby sit," while the others go their separate ways. Reds Release U.S. Airmen , Otrmanj Russians have released two U.S. airmen whose jet trainer made a forced landing Friday in Communist East Germany. Their T33 plane was to be returned to the air force today. An air force spokesman aald the pilot, Maj. Lois W. Cunningham ol El Paso, Tex., and Sgt. Warren P. Qebler of Jersey City, N.J., were in good shape when they were handed over Sunday night at Herleshausen. The muskrat Is not a rat. He is an amphibious rodent and should be called a "musquash". Husbands! Wives! Get Pep, Vint; Feel Younger Thousands of couple* *re wok. worn-out, exhausted juit because body lackt iron. For new younger feeliaf aftei 40, try Oitrei Tonfr Tablcli, Contain iron foi pep; supplrment dosei vitamin* Bj .ind B]. CoiU lime. "Get- acquainted" ti» only 50*. At til Fields Named Cyprus Chief LONDON m—Britain ye»terd«y ntmed her top mUiUcy official Field Marsh*! Sir John Hardlnc, to be governor and commander In chief of the rebellion* mediteranean Ii- land colony of Cyprus. Haridnj, 59, now li chief of the Imperial general ttaff. Oen.. Sir Gerald Templer, former high com- mieaioner and commander In chief in Malaya, it succeeding him. Cypriote of Greek descent an waging a terrorist campaign to get the British out. S12S.M fa> I1M.95. Liberal trade-In. £on» la Adams Appliance Co. Inc. The RAZORBACK South Highway 61 "Where Friends Meet In Blyrheville" Servina tfw Btst food in Town • Real Barbecue Ribs • Italian Spaghetti • Delicious Sea Foods • U.S. Choice Steaks PILE VICTIMS: fer FAST «««•/ fat tafs, Wwfa tn • minute*. 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