The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1953 · Page 11
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APRIL'le, isss •LTrHBTTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVETC REVIEW -FORECAST Kansans Juit hopefully recovering from the effects of last year's drought, Kama! wheat farmers see their hopei duit-blaeted by the 60-mile- an-how winds that whipped up hundreds of tons of precious top j soil. Greening fields were turned < into «and dunes. Rich topsoil mourrded up around field obstacles It filled ditches — topsoll from an Abllent farm filled dltchei near Junction City, nearly twenty-five miles away. Young wheat stalks, two or three Inches high, were cut off at the ground by the wind-driven dust. Farmers In central Kansas, heart of the 'wheat belt, strove 1 furiously to stop soil from blowing. They drove their tractors at top speed, with disks, luckfoot cultivators, listen and other machines. It was almost futile. The farmers knew they had lost this year's wheat crop. But there was no despair. They didn't waste breath bemoaning their lost wheat. They talked about how much row crop they woilld put out t * *11 \ * * >^ t 1 The thick haze thai almost obscures telegraph Doles and an oncoming truck is precious topsoil, blown off Kansas wheat fields near Topc.ka by winds that reached 71 miles an hour in thai area. L. r. la tit. ta hit wheat farm near Abilene, wai stymied when fcli tractor alack la three feet of dual. Tow»il tram hit farm Oiled dlkihes went of Junction Cltr. nearly J5 mile* away. H. L. Homman. of New Cambria, kneels over a dlich that filled with wheat toll In Jut three hours. Behind him is land that was (treen wllh wheat In the mornlnr. Now It is bare as a desert. On Missco Farms by . Conntr Arent Keith J. Bllbrej Concern About Perrj I Someone may be promlting the new Perry soybean a lltle too much for this area. I am making that guess because a rather large number of farmers have asked about this particular bean is a full season bean for Iowa, southern Indiana and statee in that latitude but is a very early bean for us and according to USDA soybean research for the Mississippi delta..Perry soybeans may be expected to produce 80% of what Og- dens wilL In other words, if Ogdens will produce 30 bushels on your land, the Perry bean might be expected to produce 24 bushels. If ybu want real early maturin soybeans, you might go ahead and plant some Perry or Wabash. Thirty Were There Thirty farmers met with us In the Leachville Vocational Agriculture Building. Wednesday afternoon of this week to discuss with Dr. Bescher, head of the Soil Testing Laboratory at Fayetteville, the proper use of fertilizers for the Manila, Leachville area and the problems ;, Involved. Dr. Beacher fe a smart man. I think he left some of his intelli gence and good Judgment with far- ICK BUTT SHINGLES •IONGER WEARING • IXTRA THICK •FIRE-RESISTANT .ECONOMICAL W« hare been itlllng CERTAIN- TEED Roofi for 40 yeari be- caiiM they are better. Some have been on 20 years and still an food! You have a wide choice «f color blendi to choOM from. Terms: 36 monthly or 3 annual payment*. Other home Improvement financed on aame plan.' E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. 319 W. Ash Ph. 4551 S*rrl«" rhers in that area. Using Anhydrous Ammonia Dr. Beacher advised that farm- era should either apply anhydrous ammonia before planting or quite soon after planting. Young plants seem to prefer the ammona form of nitrogen and may get .some small additional benefit if the anhydrous ammonia is available at that time. Anhydrous ammonia slowly changes to the nitrate form of nitrogen after being put Into the soil and after the first few weeks the plants prefer and use the nitrate} form. i Late side dressing with anhydrous j ammonia can and sometimes does prolong the maturity and opening of cotton in the fall of the year. Also, Dr. Beacher much prefers that nnyhdrous ammonia be applied within 8 to 10 inches of the row rather than for It to be applied in the middle, 20 inches away from the plants. You Are Invited We did some very careful fertilizer test work last year on both cotton and soybeans,, in * cooperation with Dr. Beacher from the University. These tests not only are used to compare results with their fertility recommendations but it gives the individual fanner a much better idea of most profitable fertilizer mixtures to use on his place. The Mississippi County Farm Bureau has just ordered a small hand fertilizer distributor for us to use in this research work. We invite other farmers to coop- er'ate with us in this research program by helping conduct one of these fertilizer tests. We are particularly interested in two or three other locations in the Manila-Leachville area. Rotations Help At the main experiment station at Fayetteville. in rotation experiments covering a long period of years with no fertilizer applied corn ' I in rotation averaged 34.2 .bushels per acre. On similar soil in continuous corn the yield was only 19.G bushels per acre with yields steadily declining. In the rotation plots, the. opposite was noted. Yields are gradually-increasing over the years. Rotations will do. exactly the same thing for you in Mississippi County. There Is a Difference There is a difference between the State plant Board approved hybrid corns and recommended hybrids. Any hybrid corn can be approved for sale in Arkansas if it yields at least ten per cent more than the average open pollinated varieties in the same experlmnt station lets. In the case of recommended hybrids, the experiment stations say that the hybrids must have shown outstanding performance in the test in which it occurred for three or more years and probably for five years. Recommended hybrids for the area represented by the delta substation at Clarkedalc in Crittenden County include: DeKalb 1002 Keystone 4J> Keystone 1C6\V Terin. Dixie 17 Miss. Dixie 11 Pioneer 505W McCurdy 130 McCurdy 987 Meacham M-5 Meacham 203 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that George W. Bavham has, filed Application lor a permit to build a 3 room frame building on the rear of Wli Lot 3 Block 3, Chicago Mill Second Arid. This building to be used a Law office. Any complaint or protest should be filed with the City Clerk within 30 days. C. L. Alexander * City Engineer Dated: April 8, 1953. Storks are native to Denmnrk, Holland, and Germany. Only storks in America are those imported lor zoological parks. Do/tor fou«i fnm PULLORUM DISEASE tool «rf Intestinal COCCI010SIS ACUTE FOWL CHOLERA ^ C0RYZA (CoWi) Uit SULMET siifi.ituiin POULTRY MMKM WATER SOLUTION 12.5* rm ru uilir w* AMI ivin AUINI Woods Drug IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD OF' DIRECTORS. ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT : PLAINTIFF vs. No. 12349 FLOYD DENSMORE, ET AL. AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS. TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS DEFENDANTS NOTICE The following named persons and corporations and all others having or claiming an interest in liny of the following described lands are hereby notified that suit is pending in the Chancery Court of Chicka- suwba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of Levee Taxes, for the year 1952. on the subjoined list of lands, each supposed owners' lands being set opposite his or its name respectively, together with the amount due severally from each: •Name •S a 10.00 10.00 3.00 10.00 10.00 1.00 2.50 3.50 .15 2.50 2.50 .25 Township Fourteen (14) North, Range Nine (9) East Floyd Densmore 15 acres off S. side of SW'i NE', ......... 26 15 S 3.15 $.94 Township Fourteen (14) North, Range Ten (10- East C. C. Croney SEKSEVi ............ 21 40 10.00 2.50 Township Fifteen (15) North, Hang* Eight (8) East M. E. Staudenmeyer SEH SE'.i ...... .•... 2 40 Same NE',4 SEli .......... 2 40 Bill and Mary Lampton S. 70 ft. SE',l NW'i, E. of Honey Cypress Slaugh 5 Lot M. E. Staudenmeyer SW'i NEVi .......... 9 40 Same NE'/i NE>,i ...... . ......... 8 40 Frank Barnes Lot 3 NE'i NWV» ...... 16 Lot Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Nine (») Ka«t M. J. McCann Lot 5 SW',-4 NWU ........... 32 Lot 3.00 .75 Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Ten (191 East W. E. Cannon Estate SE'.i SW'.i .......... 28 40 10.00 2.50 Melcon Wells W'i SE>.i SW',4 .............. 32 20 5.00 1.25 Township Fifteen /la) North. Range Eleven (11) East i. O. Thompson N. 75 ft. of E. 190 It. SVS Lot 4 of E. 14 acres.of NEVi SW',4 10 Lot Hester Kite E. 150 ft. of 3. 50 ft. of. NW'i SW'i .................. 16 Lot Dr. N. O. Jerome E. 206 ft. of S. 152.52 ft. of N. 808.54 ft. S. ' Of Ry. & W. of Highway, NE'i SWH, 18 Lot Allison Addition to Blvlhevllle Lot Block Luclle E. Tillman ...................... 8 1 MaryDonneson ................ N. 40 ft. 1 2 D. C. Jefferson ......................... 2 4 I Thomas Gardner .... ................. . 10 5 Mary Harris .......................... 3 7 Sam Barnes Subdivision to Blythevllle, I. E. Parkhurst S. 40 ft. of N. 100 ft. 2 3.50 D. A. Smith ................... S. 60 ft. 2 3.50 C. E. Cooper ........................... 12 3.60 Opal Taylor ........................... 15 3.50 Barron A; Lilly Artrllthin to Blythevllle James V. Burton ...................... 7 D 4.50 Brawley Addition to Blythevllle Jerry Cole ............................ 20 1 4.50 Willie Holliway ...................... 21 2 4.00 E. M. Bryan Addition to Blythevllle Eddie R. Anderson ..................... 21, 5 1.00 HiiW Colored Addition In Blytherllle * .25 .25 .26 .26 .25 .26 .26 .25 1.50 .3t .25 3.60 .8« .25 8.00 2.28 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 S.OO .88 .88 .88 .88 .75 ( .88 .88 .88 .88 .25 .25 .25 .26 .25 .25 .25 .25 James Jones 6 t 1.00 '-.26 .25 oeo. Stringer , 1 10 1.00 ,25 .25 Willie Wells 13 10 1.00 .25 .25 Irregular Lots In Town of Rlythevllle R. V. G(«n Lot C in S'i NE'i 15-15-11 Lot 1.00 ,25 .25 Same Lot D in S'» NE'I 15-15-11 Lot 1.00 .25 .25 Larry's Fourth Addition to Blythevllle Johnnie Johnson 1 .50 .13 .25 Grace and Josephine Murphy 77 1,00 .25 .25 Larry's Fifth Addition to Blytheville Emma Lee and James Jr. Robbins 7 1.00 .25 .25 Mate Daniels Addition to Blylheville Unknown EVi 1 1 .50 .13 .25 Ernest Brooks 9 1 3.50 .88 .25 Same • 10 1 1.00 .25 2i Morris Addition la Blytheville Opal and Harry Fisher 7 B 8.00 2.00 .25 P. J. O'Brlend Subdivision to Blylhevllle bllle Mills ...: 4 2 4.50 1.13 .25 Original Survey to Blythevllle Larry Davis E. 75 ft. 25 7.50 1.88 .23 J. W. Owen Addition to Blytbeville Are'alia Bowie 11 3.00. .75 .25 Park Addition to Blythevllle James D. Bracken 2 1 5.50 1.38 .25 Rebecca Patterson Subdivision — Blytheville Clyde and Eva Soward EW of W 2/3 of Lots 2, 3 and 6 2 5.50 1.38 .25 1 Acre Lots of Subdivision Ollie Harris N. 50 ft. of S. 100 ft. of E. 100 ft. of E!-i of Lot 3 3.00 .75 .25 Second Replat of J. P. Pride and Gateway Subdivision to Blytheville Cleo Wren 15 C 6.50 1.63 .25 H. H. Baxter 12 D Zelda Dildy 20 E Curtis Mison 14 G Paul Shipley 2 M James A. Green S. 50 ft 11 N Alf Jones E. 175 ft. 43 Edwin Robinson Addition to Blytheville Amelia Williams 6 10 4.50 W. H. Wades : 8 11 1.00 Oilman L. White 2 13 4.50 Ruddle Heights Addition to Blythevllle M. L. Nichols 14 2 6.50 Same 15 2 6.50 Thompson's Addition to Blytheville . C. C. Thompson 1 1.00 .25 .25 Vlck's Subdivision — Blytheville Mrs. Mary Morse East Justus 1 3.00 .75 .25 John B. Walker Subdivision to BlyUicville Virgil Boyd 4 A 11.50 2.88 .28 West End Subdivision — Blythevllle Viola Jones 24 1 3.50 .88 .29 West Cat* Addition to Blythevllle J. B. Garrison 4 B 4.50 - 1.13 .25 Wilson's First Addition to Blytheville 6.50 4.50 5.50 4.00 4.50 3.50 4.50 1.63 U3 1.38 1.00 1.13' .88 1.13 1.13 .25 1.13 1.63 1.63 ..25 .25 .23 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Clarence Burch 8 1 4,50 1.13 Same 9 1 4.00 1.00 C. L. Lucius 21. 1 5.50 1.38 George Tennle 8 2 4.00 1.00 Icy Pearson ; 24 5 1.00 .25 Olorene Jackson 3 6 1.00 .25 Richard Palmer • 5 6 4.00 1.00 Richard Robinson :.,, 12 8 1.00 .25 Henry Pryor ' 7 .9 1.00 .25. Wilson's Third Addition to Blythevllle Hazel Presley 10 5 . 3.50 .88 Unknown 19 6 1.50 .38 Original Survey to Dell R. D. Hardin 8 . B 4.50 1.1S D. D. Fllppln 3 E 7.50 1.88 H. L. Hays Addition lo Leachvllie H. A. Anthony ' 1 3 5.50 1.38 Victoria Justus W. 50 ft. 4 4 3.50 .88 Elmer Smiley 5 5 4.00 1.00 Hooker Addition to Lcachville L. E. Towell 6 B.60 1.38 Same 7 4.00 1.00 Irregular Lots In Town of LeachvIHe J. D. Heathcock Lot 8 in SW'i NEVi 8-15-8 Lot 6.50 1.63 Unknown Lot 12 NE'i SW'i 8-15-8 Lot 1.00 .26 Irregular lots In E}4 NWM NE'4 of Sec. 17-15-8, Lcachville 1.13 .25 1.13 1.00 .25 .26 Sarah McMorris - 2 6.50 1.38 .25 Bug* Addition to Blythevllle Mrs. M. O. Ingram 6 11 7.50 1.88 J. P. Rmnbo 3 12 3.00 .75 Vettrus Davidson 6 14 , .50 .13 Hallie Tripp 1 15 S.50 1.38 Chicago Mill & Lumber Company's Third Addition to Blytheville You're for top quality whiskey...are you getting it? The pleasure derived from Glenmore'j rich, Kentucky flavor leaves no doubt but that it's the finest. Glenmore Is satisfying—not thin, but just right to make a highball tawe like a highball thould. Ne« time pour Glenmore. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON OUNMORE DISTIIURIK COMPANY . LOUISVILU, KY, 86 PROOF J. J. Oxford Vettrus Davidson Mrs. Fay Homer Ell B. Ed B. Cook Cook 3 2 3.50 33 ' 3.50 E',i 4 5 .50 Subdivision lo Blythevllle ..10 A • .50 M .80 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 1.13 .25 .26 .25 .25 6 .25 .25 .25 .25 .26 .26 .25 .25 Unknown 12 A .50 Will Cowley ...14 A .50 Ed B. Cook 16 A .50 Cook & Wilson AdilUiun to BlythrrUle C. W. Wilson S. 30 It. 3 4.50 Country Club Drive Addition to Blytheville Clifford C. Roiton 1 4 1.50 .38 David Acres — Biyl.heville Trvln E. Bargcr 7 4 B.50 2.13 Hershel L. Croft 19 8 9.00 2.25 Davis Third Addition lo Blythevllle J. C. Frazler 10 2 4.00 1.00 Same 11 2 4.00 1.00 Elliott Addition to Blythevllle Paul Atkins 6 1 1.50 .38 Ollie Wilkins 10 5 1.50 .38 Same 11 5 1.50 .38 Con and Eliva Epperson 4 7 5.50 1.38 Addle Mae Shields 3 8 1.00 .25 .luden Saundcrs 15 8 1.00 .25 Terrell Jones 4 10 1.00 .25 Fulgham Addition to Blvthcvllle Arbell Sutterrleld 14 1 7.50 1.88 Marie Thompson 2 2 1.00 .25 Essie Walls 3 2 3.00 .75 Christine Tremble ..• 10 3 3.50 .88 Same 11 3 1.00 .25 Greenwood Addition to Blylhevllle Sam Mclnlosh i 8 1 1.00 .25 Same ' 9 1 . 1.00 ' .25 Hearn Second Addillon to Rlyfheville Blake Polly 21 B 9.00 2.25 Same Nt4 22 B 1.50 .38 lloll.niirt.ile Addillon to Blythevllle Unknown 18 C 1.00 .28 .26 Hollipcter & Shonyo Addition lo Blythevllle Hueddle Ankstlon '.... 10 1 3.50 .88 .25 Tilda McClish 16 1 2.50 .63 .25 Emma MullinS 13 3 2.50 .63 .25 Lee Alford Woodard 1 6 4.00 1.00 .25 W. W. Hollipeter Second Addition to Blythevllle Mnry Anderson 1 2 1.00 .25 .25 Hal Tatc 17 2 1.00 .25 .25 .Same 18 2 1.00 .25 .25 Robei-t Sanders 31 2 1.00 .25 .25 Same 32 2 1.00 .25 .25 Viola King 1 3 4.00 1.00 .25 Oeo. Johnson i,, 8 3 4.00 1.00 .25 William Larde 10 3 4.00 1.00 .25 T. VV Thompson 18 4 2.50 .63 .25 Unknown 21 5 1.00 .25 .25 Evalena Terry 32 5 2.SO .63 .25 Unknown 27 6 1.00 .25 .25 Unknown 28 6 1.00 .25 .25 Ada Bell Hamilton 29 (I 1.00 .25 .25 Willie Range 30 « ' 1.00 .25 .25 BfatriM Smith Coins 24 7 1.00 .25 .25 Ola Gates .; ;.... 1 9 1.00 .25 .25 Same 1 9 ' 4.50 1.13 .25 Ocor«e Gates 4 » 1.00 .28 .85 Sam » » 1.00 3i M Frank Barnes Lot 2 of E!4 NW'4 NE'A 17-15-8 Lot 5.50 H. V. Smith Lot 4 of EH NWii NEU 17-15-8 Lot 5.50 Zlbe Thornton Lot 5of E'A NW'4 NEV, 17-15-8 Lot 5.50 Robt. Green Lot 6 of E'i NW!-i NEli 17-15-8 Lot 6.50 Sanford and Ammlft Ashley S'i Lot 7 of E'i NWU NE',1 17-15-8 Lot J.50 A. A. Reddell Lot 13 Of EH NWH NE JsmeB Enleigh Adkerson Lot 19 of EH NWV, NE'i 17-15-8 Lot 3.00 Lois Barnes Lot 21 of E',i NW',i NE',4 17-15-8 Lot 2.50 Jas. A. Anthony S'S Lot 29 of E'j NWH NE Tom Barnes Lot 3S of E'S NWH NE MatHie T. F. Gllllm 1.38 1.38 1.38 1.38 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .23 M .29 .28 .25 .25 .M .25 .25 .25 .25 .23 .25 .23 .63 .28 17-15-8 Lot 3.00 .75 .25 17-15-8. Lot 17-15-8 Lot First Addition to Leachville 11 2 4.00 3.00 4.50 .75 .63 .75 1.13 .28 .23 .25 :25 Matthew's Seeond Addition to Lcachvllle Frank Barnes N'i 4-C 4 3.50 Matthews Third Addition to Leaohvllle , Howard nnd Martha Selbv 4 3.00 Nelson's First Addition to Lenchvilic M. E. Staudenmeyer N',i S'i S',4 5 A 9.50 Same N'i N't 5 A 18.50 Same S'i SH s'5 5 A 9.50 Same N 1 ;. N'J 6 A 1.00 Second Park Addition to Lcachville 1.00' .28 .88 .23 .75 .23 C. B, and Wilma Shearer 19 Same 20 • Smith's Addition to Lcachville Van and Elmer Smiley W'S Lots 31 and 32 Same W'i Lots 33 and 34 H. A. Ashby 21 Same 22 [Ezra Butler W. 40 ft. of E. 113 ft. of Lots 29 and 30 | J. W. Buck 8 3.50 Same Frank Barnes W. 60* ft. of Lots 15 and -16.... '. ................ I Staudenmeyer Addition to f.?achville Mrs. Annie Dabbard ............ N',i 9 B 3.50 .25 j Dellle and Nellie Myracle ............... 3 C 6.00 .25 Jim Hollnseed ......................... 6 C 6.00 Leila Staudenmeyer Addition to Leachville Lelia B. Staudenmeyer ................ 3 1.50 Irregular Lots in Town of Manila Grant Bishop ...Lot IB NE'; NW, 31-15-9 Lo Original Survey In Manila Luler Rlley ............................ 8 1 Mrs. Maggie Billings .................. 28 3 Odie B. Smothers ..................... 227 17 Parkview Addition lo Manila. James H. Ray ............... N. 44 ft. of 1 1 Jesse Gordon ........................ 13 5 Same ................................. 14' 5 2.38 4.13 .88 1.38 1.00 1.00 .76 .63 .25 1.00 .88 1.50 1.50 .38 3.00 .15 .25 3.50 5.50 4.00 4.00 3.00 2.50 3.50 1.00 4.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .23 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 3.50 2.50 3.00 11.50 1.00 : 4.50 .63 .75 2.88 .25 1.13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Slonn'i Subdivision of NEK NE'/, E. of Ry. 36-15-8, Manila Paul J. Roberts 1 3.00 .75 Arch Glisson 3 A 3.50 .88 G. A. Murdaugh, Jr., S. 120 ft. of E. 415 ft. 6 B 3.50 .88 Slom'l Subdivision of W',i NWH N. of Ry. 31-15-9, Manila Clarence Melton Lot 10 D NW'i NW'i 3.00 .75 .23 WlUlford It Garrison Addition to Manila Viola B«al 6 1 1.00 .25 .23 Original Town of Yarhro Haney and Bessie Pollard.... 8 2 4.50 1.13 55 Irregular Lots In Town of Varbro Mary Alice Bunch W. 220 ft. of E. 260 ft. of S. 99 ft. or N. 883 ft. NE'i NWii 27-16-11 Lot 1.00 3S M J. C, Whittle Lot 3 SVH4 NE',i S. of Bayou 27-18-11 Lot 4.00 1.00 JSJ Said persons and corporations and all others Interested in said lands are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear and make defense to said suit or the same will be taken for confessed and Judgment final will be entered directing the sale of said lands for th« purpose of collecting said delinquent Levee Taxes, together with th* payment of Interest, penalty and costs allowed by law. WIT/NESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, this the llth day of March, 1953. A.D. OERALDINE U3TON (Seal) Ch»no«ry Court Clerk. ;

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