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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

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Pagi If* HOP! IT At, HdM, AMKAHSAi , CtetaVtt Iff 1911 Band Mothers Grateful for Public Help Hope High School Band Auxiliary has expressed thanks to many persons and firms for making it possible to complete work on Ihe concession stand al Hamnunis Sir- diiim The Anxihar> ha? just finhhrd paying (or new uniforms for the .senior band al a c-nsl of $7.000 but hns purchased much needed new equipment and needs continued j public support The Auxiliary espi cially thanks (lie following. Con slruclion plans and builriei, I'eci Xldd Labor W. Y. KrrfiiiM") for iiivina tile', Jack Brown fm lalmi . Kn d lius sell head of (he city -In 11 Ir | ii t menl which hauled limibei arc. sand for the projei-t and 1 < Ii nt Lavender wlm paid Hie u,i.;rs i, n cnrpenler foi a dav and ,i half Materials Mr. and Mrs. Giiiydon Aiillmnj donated lumber; Counter I.bi. I'o furnished ronfinH. masonaiy. ce menl; Bifl Wray I.br Co. donated hinges, nails and bull.',: Kail O' Keal of Hope I3nck Co. doiuitet! 'tile; Garretfs Headv Mix furnished concrete for the floor, LaGroiu Williams of Hope Hardware donated door, lock, hinges, chain ami 'honks for the screen; Barwick Electric gave' materials and laboi for all electrical work Gash Donations Hope Avito $2.i; Hay Tinner $10; •Crnscenl Drug $511; Younjj Clirvro- .lei Co. $10; .Jewel Moore $ia.,il) and Jewel M.M $2 Equipment Bud Collier of Collier Tire and Appliance, a Kingf, Mi!- Ham): Illicit, .1 sto\e and he.itei , Cies cent Drug a hot plate; Coca Cola Bottling and Hope BiM'i.w K.I\C drink boxes And lo City Manager Garland Modelers who cooperated in everj way. The Central Powers of World War 1 consisted el Caiman), Anstnn - Jtunij.ii>, Tuikey and Bulgniui. Legal Notice PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 49 BE' rr RESOLVED, by the Hoii.se at Representatives of the State at Arkan'»as and by the Scnatu, a majority at all raemburs elected to each Uous« agreeing Uiereto: ;Tliat the following to hereby proposed its an amendment to the Constitution ot Uie State at Arkansas, and upon being submitted to Uie elector* •< the State lor approval or rejection •t-the next general election for Representatives and Senators, II a majority '«*H: electors voting thereon, at such •n election, adopt such amendment, the tsamc shal'. become » part ot the Constitution ol the State of Arkansas, SECTION'1. Any city o< the Orsl or second cjnss, any incorporated town, and any county, may Issue, by and with the consent of the m.tjotity ot the qualified electois of said municipality or county voting on Uie question at ah election held for the purpose, bonds in sums approved by «uch majority «t Mich election for the purpose ot securing and developing,? industry within or near the said municipality holding the. election, or ;,wiuiin".-.-.-the county holding the «leo- tion. SECTION 2. Such bonds shal] bear :interest at•'••• rate nol to exceed six per centum (6%) pet annum and Chan be sold only at public sale after twentyt (20) days advertisement in i newspaper; having a bona fide circulation in the municipality or county issuing puch ibonds; provided, however, thai" th?,' said jnunicipality or county may , exchange such bonds for bonds or like amount, rate'of Interest, and length ol issue. i < * i ' " , 1 SECTION 3 To provide jor-the pay. ment of such bond;," puncipal and interest, as they matin e, Ulp*nnjhicipality pr pounty may levy a i-peoial tax, payable annually, not to exceed fiv? O) mill* on tlie dollar, in addition tu fh« legal rate permitted, on tlw re*| «nd personal taxable property therein; provided, however, the municipality or county may, fiotn time to time, suspend the collection of such (innyal levy when not required for tlie payment of iU bonds: and piovided further, however, that In no event ph,all the real *nd personal taxable property ta' -any 'city or town be subject to a special tax in excess of By* (5) nulls for bond* issued here- fcnder. » " SECTION 4. Such ponds shan b« ferial, maturing annually after three years from date of issue, and shall be paid as they mature, and no such bonds shall be issued for * period longer than thirty (30) yeais, *5JSCT!QN 5. The governing body of the municipality or t)ie County Court at the county shal) exercise jurisdiction over the sale or exchange o( any inch bonds voted by the electors at »n election held for that purpose and jrhaU expend economically tt»« (und< fo provided. SEOT1O« 6. The election on &\e is- nig nee of such bonds shall be held ft such time as the goveming body - p| th? municipality may designate by prijiriance, pr as the County Judge M Jlie county may designate by order, . , which ordinance or order shall state r thp sum total of the issue, the date* 9t jnaturities thereof and shall d* JJje date oi election so that it shall jtet $ccur earlier than thirty (JO) flays sMt-er tlie passage of the said orshnanpe pr the granting of said order •Ttie said election shall be held Mid SuctesU the vote (hcreo! C8nvgss.e4, tfiST ]ftv £pd in the manner now «r 1 ijter provided for municipal ele^ When JJia election is fceld. by » , ?i(J In the manner nay • provided f 0r county ejee- the clectipg is fceW by t (ar as tjie same may b$ t ?».beret, otherwise at thg election shall „.„ J*iayor of the mumct the Counjy Wee of lh$ by advertisement weekly (pj- prior tf (he 'date Onjy qualified elactor? nlcipaUty or eou_rit7 gh( y tfl >O(P jjt the provided, however, tha$ js held to the ' (1)1 1951 bf IIMhdrt & Cof^OKf, lit THE StottY! KatheriHa, n 12 • y*df- - eld <jfpt n firi, wdHe/Sra why aflyoHe would want to kll her. Me. W<Hherby, the uwyep had s,ilei ale had been left a great deal of money when her mother df-oWhfid whle SWlHi- liiirig. Paul, hSr stepfather, Is a trustee and got hot H lhg except a salary for administer ing the estate. Paul wants KatHfirlrte to go swimming. Chapter VI Her own rending nf the mys- Icrifs Imd been sea tiered and fritSiwntary, She rend them when she hiui nothing elso to do; but nsitlc from n general Impression of siiuvity, of people always know* infi whtit lo do, she Imd absorbed mine of the tricks of the trade from thorn Hut she Ihiniyht: Amy said thi'.v always si-iirch- And I've read s <> m e. loo, where they si'.'iri'hpcl. Is thdl ulial 1 ought lo be doing" HIT eye. slrayiiiK about the vjisl. living room, cnmc tn the en- tiaiu'i' of tlu- IHIIR hull, and fol- loucd it rlnwn the line of bud- room duiii.*-. Her own was almsl at the end, next In it was an j Pini'ly I'linni — a yuest ri)om. then | the luniii that Aunl Millicent WHS usiiiK, aiici finally, elnsest to (he main piirt of the house, the mas- ler bedruum — her mothers room —Pilul'.s M«)lll. It uui-urred to her out of 'thin air that this was a prper place lo search. Slie did nut just then sue how it c-ould help her situation, 'but perhaps something would DiltriMIM It NU Mnkt, Mk turn up. it was ecrlflihly what Iris rletoclives would do at a time like this, and it was what Amy had recommended. She found, coming aorupty back to her immediate surroundings, that she had gone so far ih her new program as to have begun walking slowly down the length of the long living room toward where the hall branched out of il. She WHS not quile sure what she was doing. She slopped walking suddenly, her feet sinking into the deep) light-colored carpet, and she saw Hint she was standing in Ihe open doorway of Paul's r o o m. Kalh- crine looked al her watch: il was almost 10:30. Paul's bed had hot been made yet, and she had heard Amy in the k i I e h e n, stirring, mixing, working on the 1 u n ch. Surely she would finish what she was doing before she came down to the bedrooms. Against one wall was a 'big, modern chest of drawers of pale wood; lhat was here Paul kept the rest f his cllhes. It as the last place she culd think ot to search. If there were nothing there, trough, she might roll back the edges of Uie rug lo sec it something hud been slipped un- derneatvc tolhehrwcntozdrMc derneath. She went over lo Ihe chest, knelt on the rug, and started with Ihe bottom drawer. 11 held dress shirts and cum- 1 merbifcls and collars. The next |nnp up held ttrideNrtaf Mil f- &hiH§. While shirts ahd S t tf f t shirts tv6f& ifi the ofie beydhdf ttsat., She Hficd afhohg the soekS 6fi thl botom of the !o£> drawer, but fouhd nolhihg. She was about to give tip when she noticed the red leather book al the front of the diawcr. II was so obviously hot hidden that she had almost overlooked it, Now and again she had seen Paul writing ih it; it was a part of the methodical sec- lion of liis life, along with the lists* She took il out of Ihe draw or, wchl over to the bed, and Sat dowfl to look at It. There was one page devoted to each day of the year, With bllio llttes Htnhiflg across to write on, end, in the margin oh the left* hand side, the hours of the day. . t . She olchcd it to a sathple day — June 12: 11:00 — Shopping. Post Offled. 1:00 — Martha and Ed to lunch. 3;00 — Golf with Ed and Henry. 7:00 — Dinner at Club, She turned back to Ihe begin* nlng of the Week — Monday, AtiiJ, 4: 10:00 — Swimming, 12:00 — Picnic for Katherlne. 5:00 — Morrisons here lor cook- tails. 8:30 — In town to movie, all to well, the last full day with her mother. Her gaze strayed on lo the next page and she wondered at the back of her mind how Paul would record the events of the day his wife had been drowned. It tool: her a moment lo absorb what she saw: 10:30 — Meet Milliccnl's train. 12:30 — Dr. Treslovc Id lunch. 3:00 — Appointment with Mr. Wiggram to discuss Funeral. 7:00 — Dinner with Millicent and {Catherine here. She had not loked at the hcarl- iht of the pige ttifort, but shfe did look al It: fhursddy, Auj. f tw took WAS spfgaa oui bpefi ifi h»f 14$, MbfidSJ 1 ofi ofig §10% thirds* oft the fig*l. She held the book up Closer to her eyes arid dxafnihed it, there was a lille roughhess there be 1 Iwern the leaves . t . Mohday lo Thursday . . . then Tuesday aftd Wednesday would haVe been on the front and back o? tile sa"md sheet And the sheet had been torn out; the record of the day her mother died had .been card- fully removed from the bdk, lo caiefully, ifi /act, that she (flight hot even have hoticed it if she had not looked so closely, She pered dowh more MtJtttiy al the page fof Monday. Sofne« thins was blotted lightly, illegibly across it — the writing that hud been oh the missing page, Shd strained her eyes, but eoUld make nothing of it. But if she were to find the missing page — eveh if! the date had been torn off, for instance — that blotting Would be a way of identifying il. And ori a quick impulse she bctit the spine of the book backward, deftly toro out the page for Monday, too; and she realised at the same instant that she was panting wilh excitement, and thai her hear had begun its angry pounding inside her. She folded Ihe page and clipped, il in the palm of her hand. (To Be Continued) (Copyright 1957 by Rlnehart & Company, Inc.) POPULAR SPORT LONDON W'j — Classes to help beginners correct faulls in archery are lo be hold al Ihrec evening In- slilulcs in Londo. Enormous earthwonvs, some with a length of 11 f.ccl arc found in wany tropical regions. Ike Returns to Wars of Campaign MAMVIN L, <AP> — dent fiisehhovver fcturhs to the carnpalgn Wars today to fire new salvos at the tJetnocrals ifi West Virginia and Pennsylvania speeches, Whitrj Mouse aides predicted the President's stretch' drive for election of a Republican dotlgrcss Nov. 4 will be rriarkcd by fhofe of the bahg-'em^hard tcchniiifJd that blossoffied oh the ct-oss-coUh« tt-y tout- lie coh'cluded last Thursday. Eisenhower arranged a late afternoon departure by piano lot Charleston, W.Va., and a talk at the Katiawha dounty Airport. Then he will fly on lo Pittsburgh for a major politico.', address to- hifjht at the Syria Mosque audilo> rium. That speech will b,e carried over ah IB-state television network Into several areas where the Re* publicans are particularly hard' pressed, Immediately altar the Pittsburgh speech, the President will travel lo New York for an overnight stay and some politicking there Tuesday on- behalf of the congressional and state OOP ticket. In West Virginia and his adopted state of Pennsylvania, Indications are Eisenhower will cut loose again at Democrats whom he described last week as radical and loft wing— and at an opposi tion party he said is hopelessly split right down the middle. After a low key start on his coast-to-coast tour, Eisenhower started singling hard in California and continued il ih Chicago. ih Ytesl Virilhia, the lirst stojj oh Eisenhower's latest political trek, thfe befnocrsts are given & good chance of picking up two U.S. Senate seats. They are held currently by Republican Senators Chapman Revercomb and John t>. Hjblilell. Revert'ohib is bidding for a full sis-year term against Rep. ftobgrt C. Byrd. koblitzeli, iiinmhg tor the two remaining years of the fefm of the late Democratic Sen. Malhew Neely, is pitted against former Rep. Jennings Randolph. West Virginia's Rouse delegation how is four Democrats to two Re- pUblicoris, and the division may stay that way, In Pennsylvania, where Eist-.h- hoWcr will cast hi? vole at Gettysburg a week from Tuesday, there also is cause for Republican Worry. Current sighs point to victory lor the Democratic candidate for governor, 0-year-old Mayor DaV- Jd L, Lawrence of Pittsburgh. His OOP opponent is Arthur T, Mc- OoHigle, 62, a retired pretzel manufacturer from Reading. The U.S. Senate race is closer with Democratic Gov. George Leader generally considered a bit ahead of GOP Rep. Hugh Scott. Here again Jl is a Republican scat at stake—that toeing vacated by Ken. Edward Martin CR-PaJ, who did not seok re-election. As for the House, Pennsylvania Democrats are given a chance to take from two to six sents now held by Republicans. The present House lineup is 17 Republicans, 12 Democrats and one Democratic vacancy. Ifeasl one Ihiftg during net as a. teacher. The way to hgf sl9» dents' minds Is through" Ih6if stomachs. Each year, students Who haVS at» tended classes faithfully are fe» warded at a barbecue ih her back yard. More than 40 ualiliedc] this year. Legal Notice FOR ART'S SAKE BELLEVILLE, N. J. (ff) — Josephine Soriano has learned at §8 IT lESOLVEO bf fe« HWM it RebreSehtaUVeS ol the SUtS of Afkifta *as aftd by the Senate ol the SUt* oi ArkahsaS, i majority- at ill Kt-m tKSft elected W eacB bdUM *ff*«inf thereto: rMi i|i iti* ^AHfiWrtA• U htfr^frrii «MMifiitagji XTim IDC louowing B net cuy IH.UIWBCQ M »n amendment to the Constitution oi the State of Arkansas, add Upoft belflg submitted id, the electors 6t th« State (of approval of fejectiofl tt the 1 next gehefal stecttoM foi senlntivcS and Senators, M t ot the electors Voting thefeoBi »t an election, adopt such ameHdM<r-.t, the Sarne shall become • part ot *Wa Coiistitutiott tt tiri SU<4 M Ark*ni4*» io-witi SECTION t, Th* member* * CM General, Assembly shall receive M theif tslary the sum at Twelve Miiti- dt-ed ($1,200.00) Dollafs j>ef »hhUM, except the Speaker, tt the House M Representatives, WHO dhall recetV* hn Salary of Thirteen Hundred and fifty ($1,350.60) Dollars per UnnUftl, With such salaries to be payabla in equal monthly installments; Arid in addition to Mich salary the member* of the General Assembly shall ro'ecivc Twenty ($20.00) Dollars per day tot each day tlie General Assembly is ih regu'ar session i and shall receive five c/)j per mile (or each mile traveled in going to and returning from the seat oi government over the most direct and practicable route; and provided, further, that when «ald members arc required to attend ad extraordinary session oi the General Assembly, (her shall receive In addition to salary herein provided, the sum ot Six ($8.00) Dollars per day for each day they are required to attend, and mfleaga, •t fee game rate herein provided, SECTION 1. All provisions ot 9t» Constitution o< the State oi Arkansaa In conflict herewith are bercby »•• pealed. ' " ' IT. ItW. Jj C G. "Crtp" mii Notice of Lands Delinquent for Non- Payment of Taxes Tlu- laiul anil lots ;incl purls of lots returned delinciuenl in IkMiipslcacI CiniiHy fur tin- .year :jf l'J57, together with the taxes and penalties charged thereon according to law are contained and described in the following lists, lo-wit: Names uf jvvnur, parts uf section & Acres or Lul and l.iluck numbers Total tax, Penalty and costs. TOWNSHIP 9. RANGE 23 Ilembrey, W. E. SW NW Sec 30 40 acs TOWNSHIP 10, RANGE 23 Monk, Pet'-r K'E NW sec. 9 40 acs Lne, William C. N'W NE Sec 21 40 acs Loc, William C. Pt. NE NW Sec 21 .SO ac Cummings, Clifton NW SW NE Sec 21 10 acs. Arcadia Packing Shed PI. SW SE Sec 28 .50 ac TOWNSHIP 11, RANGE 23 Fellows, Ada PI. SW NW Sec 8 2 acs TOWNSHIP 12, RANGE 23 Wombie, Mrs. 0. K. Pt. E SE NE Sec -I 2.14 acs TOWNSHIP 13, RANGE 23 O'Rourkc, Thomas SW NW Sec 28 40 acs O'HuurUe, Thomas W SW Sec 28 80 acs O'Rorrkc, Thomas S NE Sec 29 80 act O'Rourkc, Thomas N SE Sec 29 80 acs O'Rourke, Thomas SE SE Sec 29 10 acs TOWNSHIP 14, RANGE 23 ChasUiin, C. C. NE SW Sec 17 -10 aca Biifl'ingUm, H. U SE SE Sec 18 40 ans Cox. W. L. Pt. SW SE & Pt SE SW Soc 21 2.50 acs Rogers, C. O. Pt SW SE Sec 21 3.50 aes Grayson, C. H. SW feE Sec 32 40 acs TOWNSHIP 9, RANGE 24 Wilson, Olis L. NW NE Sec 29 40 ncs Stone, K. S. Pt SW SW Sec 23 23 'acs Fieldma, W. K, S SW NE Sec 30 20 «ics" Fielding, W. A. SW SE NIS Sou 30 10 acs Boyrl, W. R. 1 ac in SE cor. SW NE Sec. 32, .1 ac. Stone, R. S. NW NW Sec 32 40 acs TOWNSHIP 10, RANGE 24 Johnson, Enoch N SW NE Sec 1 20 acs Rotjcrs, R. E. Pt NE NW Sec G 7 acs Phillips, Lavoi' Pt SE NE See 0 I ac Long, Willie D. PI SE NW Sec 7 10 acs Long, Willie D. W of Rci NW SE Sec 7 18 acs SlalUvorlh, David SW NW Sec .13 40 acs SUillsvorth, David NW SW Sec 13 40 ncs Johnson, OHi Mae SE cor SE SE Sec 24 Z\/-> acs While, O. L, Pt N NE Sec 20 32 acs Leo, Lizzie PI. NE SW Sec 3! 2 ,ics Twill.y, Annie Mae Pt S NE Sec 34 11'A acs Willis, Jeff Pt S NE Sec 34 34 acs TOWNSHIP !i, RANGE 24 Morrison, Paris Pt NE SW Sec 5 2!»i acs Turnei, Peggy Pt E F.E SW Sec 5 2 acs Smith, Tom PI SE NE Sec 6 10 acs TOWNSHIP 12, RANGE 24 DiMuoan, Bill Pt NW SE Sec 13 5 aes Paiker, R. C. Pt NE SE Sec 20 30 1 '. ncs . . Poolo, Roosevelt Pi E Stf Sep 21 2 ncs McFadclen, Hy\\oocl Pt SE SE Sec 21 2 acs McFacjden, Willie Pi K SE SE Sec 21 30 ac Poole, Roosevelt Pt W SW Sec 22 50 ncs lUaish, Will Pt W SW See 22 2.78 acs Brecdlovi', Lena Tract 5 SE SW Sec 29 ,13 ac Wy.itt, Eddio W SW J\'E S ( >s 30 20 acs, MoMullms, Ad.i Pt NE NW Sec 30 3 acs Wyalt, Eddie E SE SW Sec 30 20 acs T\lcMullms, Ada Pt NK NW Soc 31 3 acs Cohen, Joe Pt SW NW Sec 32 1 ac Morrison, Leo SN PE SE Sec 35 10 acs TOWNSHIP 13, RANGE 24 MoFadden, W M. E NK SE SW See 3 5 ncs MeFacidcn, W M Pt NW SE SW See 3 7,08 acs Walton K, V, SK, SW See 5 40 acs Walton E, V NE NW Sec 8 40 ncs ' , • .., Slono, Kenneth PI NW NE Sec !) 3'» acs MoKhvam, W. 1. Pt NE SE Sec 9 25 aes *, ,. JUcElwoU', W, L PI S SE Sec 9 G9.-J5 ,ics . , Kennedy, Gkn E W NW IMK Sec 10 10 nes iWeJElwain, W, J,. A'W SW Sec 10 3056' ac-b McElwam, W. L. SW SW Sec 10 40 acs Mc.Ehv.im, W. L Pi S NIS SW Sec 10 U4 acs McEUuun, W I,. SW NW See 10 45 ae " . . Me El warn, W L. SE SW See 10 9.75 ncs MeEJsuun, W, L. N NE Sec 18 80 asb . . ., Vorger, IX C. Pt N NE Sec JO 2. acs Camp, Doiothi N NE See 22 .75 ac Camp, Doic'lhy SW SW See 23 40 acs . . Camu, Dorothy PI NW NE Sec 2(i 33 40 acs , , ., Camp, Dorothy NE NW Sec 20 40 acs Camp, Bryon South of Shovov & Pnlmos Road Sec 2(3 (i 60 aes , Smith, Funk & Millicent SW NW Soc 32 39 i)v? , „ . , 3 , TOWNSHIP 14, RANGE ?,4 Gugsby, Artolphus, U. p & Yeinie NW SW Sec 1 40 acs. WiUu'ims, Bucl; Pt SK SW Sec 8 4 aes ,. , , .,.;.. Burns, T, L. E NE Sue 10 SO ues Bums, T L Pi N SK Sec 10 50 acs . , Cox, Lillum Pt SE NE Sec 30 8 acs TOWNSHIP 14, RA,NBI g4. fox, Lillian Pt SE NIS Sec 30 2 a.cs „ . , . ,. . Powell, K. W. N NB SW Sec 31 20 £ics Archer, Ailin K N.W SW Sep 31 20 acs Beckham. Robert Pt K SE Sec 32 51 acs - . Beekham, Robert Pt W SE Sec 32 60 acs Pormby, Qllie S NE Soy 33 80 aci - . TOWNSHIP 9, RANQg g§ Scott, poil Pt SE §W Soe 28 3 ues / „»..:„< , . Fiii(t7n, Bui] SE SIC SW Sop 2? 30 acs* ;„, , Fulloa, Burl K jNJS SW Sec 2? 20 acs ' , Fulton, Oud NK' Pt, SK SW Soe 27 <? ac* - - Hobuu-on, Mary B.vU PI NB NW Sec 28 a,3 act. . Aikow, Othel Daniel Pt N15 N.W Sec 2U 1 at- . Fulton, Bml Pt NK NW So? 34 12.7 acs , . u , ' Tumoi, Sltf l, AValHer. C. P, Pt Sfi Soe 3Q 17.SQ SCS .., finuU, JW^ry V\ HE Ng SW See 31 1P-3P acs , flt»uU, Mary SW SW Sec 3} 40 acs * BwU, IVHuy Pt N,\V f SW See 31 WM RQS jviulaio\s\ Orwidorson SW SIS See 31 40 9.37 12.07 20.15 1.02 6.14 3.44 1,29 2.86 ll.OD 21.43 21.43 21.43 11.09 7.01 1-1.48 5.90 1.83 9.33 9.37 tUt G.14 2.91 1.02 16.38 8,03 8.30 3.72 3.44 15,84 28.24 13.69 U.14 9,91 3.44 3.98 3.30 5,06 6,14 3,44 2,05 2,30 2 82 5,15 10,57 1,53 1,78 2,60 4,97 1.54 4.0f U,4Q 2.05 3,33 3,33 14.71 11,61 13,07 1.78 8,50 2J.43 11.09 10,0(1 17.39 1,27 1,01 2.8J ,93 §0.48 7.83 9,33 2.04 0.33 9,30 17,9} ,98 445 4,18 25,85 13.63 1,56 g.91 5.QS 1.10 1.03 l.Q'i 15.17 2,77 Cooper, Calomusci SE SW Sec 32 2 acs Lcsler, Theodore NW NW 33 40 acs Bennett, J. R. Pt SE Sec 35 1 ac .. TOWNSHIP 12, RANGE 25 Mitchell, Gordon PI E SE Sec 7 6.80 acs Wilson, K. Pt NE Sec 24 10 acs Wood, Perry PI W W NW SW Sec 32 1 ac TOWNSHIP 13, RANGE 25 Parton, W. M. Eslale PI NW NW Sec 2 38.13 acs Muldrow. Eulis Pt EW SW Sec 2 .65 ac Parton, W. M. Estate E NW NE Sec 3 20 acs Parlon, W. M. Estate NE NE Sec 3 40 acs Swccsey, Alfred Pt S S SE Sec 3 9 acs Williamson, Olio PI SW NE Sec 9 7.50 acs Wafer, Elizabeth Pt SW Sec 9 12 acs Pcnninglon, Gus Pi SE NW Sec 9 2.50 acs . EcHvards, Corine Pt W NW Sec 17 31.35 ncs Hill, Henry PI NE NE Sec 18 4 acs Davis, Roy & Norvcll Pt NE NE Sec 18 .33 Brent, Mrs. Inez S IDA W NW Sec 25 10 acs Brent, Mrs. Inez Pt NW SW Sec 25 1.06 ac . . Brent, Olin PI NW SW Sec 25 11 acs . Atkins, Kennie PI SW SW Sec 25 1 ac TOWNSHIP 14, RANGE 25 McDowell, T. G. Pi SW NW Sec 13 23 acs , McDowell, T. G, PI NW SW Sec 12 33 acs Powell, E. W. NW SE Sec 18 40 acs Powell, E. W. SW SE Sec 18 40 acs . • Williams, Elnore & Ester Lee SS SW Sec 27 40 acs .. Rogers, Jimmle NE SE Sec 33 40 aes TOWNSHIP 9, RANGE 26 Elder, Roy E Pt SE NE Sec 9 28 acs Elder, Roy NW NE Sec 10 40 acs Elder, Roy SW NE Sec 10 40 acs Elder, Roy S NW Sec 10 80 acs Wesson, Ida E E SE Sec 30 40 acs Lamb, C. P. S NW Sec 31 83 acs . .. TOWNSHIP 10, RANGE 26 Wesley, Melinda S I2A 'SE SW Sec 2 12 acs . Whitiriore, Frank E NW NE & E SW NE See 3 40 acs Starr, Rosella N SE Sec 11 80 acs Marshall, Archie Pt W E NW Sec 13 1,50 ac Nelson, Arthur Und. M> Int. W NE SE Sec 13 20 Wylic, Molinda NW SW SE Sec 13 10 acs . Nelson, Arthur Und, Ii Int. NW SE Sec 13 40 acs Marshall, Archie E SE Sec 14 80 acs Adams, Rodell W NE Sec 15 80 acs Gamble, Eva Pt SW NW Sec 15 3,09 acs , Gamble, R. C. Jr. NE SW Sec 15 40 acs Mlarshall, Fannie Pt N NE Sec 23 16.66 acs . Johnson, Sam W NE Sec 32 80 acs TOWNSHIP 11, RANGE .26 White, Sam N W W SE NE Sec 1 5 acs White, Sam E W SE NE Sec 1 10 acs White, A. G. N NE NE Sec 2 20 acs White, A. G, SE NW NE Sec 2 2,65 acs . ., Stnggcrs, Qumcoy & M, Pt SE NE Sec 2 1 ac Taylor, Luther Pt W NW SE NE Sec 2 10 acs Johnson, Sam, Heirs SE NW NW Sec 4 30 acs Johnson, Sam E SW SW & NW SW See I 60 acs Johnson, 3am W '5W SW Sec 4 20 acs Johnson, M. W. SE NE NW Sec 4 9.3R acs Johnson, Odcll SW NE NW Sec 4 9.83 ac . , Downs, William Pt SW SW Sec 23 21 acs , Downs, William Pt W SE SW Sec 22 17 acs , Porter, Hubie PI SW Sec 23 46,66 acs Porter, Hubie PI W NE Soc 26 26,66 acs Chealham D. D, W 45' E 188' NE NW See 3 H acs Che.ilham D, D. Pt W NE Sec 26 24,1 acs Cheatham D. D, S SW NW Soc 26 20 acs Troltci Ethel B, E J4A W 22A SE NW Sec gfi 14 acs . HufC Uley Pt SW SW Sec 27 1 ac .... Wtilui spoon Sarah PI Vt NE Sec 28 37 acs . . McFaldon Christian Pt NE NW Sec 28'1. ac Downs W A. PI S NW NW Sec 28 2 acs Hamilton Mclroe & Peggy Pt SE NW Sec 29 1,75 acs Stuait H. C. E or. Pt SW SW Sec 34 4 acs TOWNSHIP 1? flANGE 26 Cooper Joe PI NE SW Sec 28 3 acs . . . Lowi3 Edith Pt N NE Sec 30 1 ac Ralcy, II R. PI SAY NE Sec 30 1.50 ac ... Green, Rubin Pt SW SJ2 Sec 30 1 ac Hill, Rena PI N NE See 31 2 acs . Hill, Don Pt N NE Sec 31 4 acs , , ,, . Walker, Jal;o PI N NE Sec 31 1 ac . Adams, Henry Pt SW NE Sec 3| 4 acs Gre.ithouso, Joe PI S NE Sec 3} 0.50 acs , Adams, Claude Pt S NE Sec 31 6,50 acs , Adams, Henry Frl. NW Sec 31 } ac .„,.,.., Ellis, W L Co, Pt SW See 31 ,24 ac FraaUin, A. PI SW SE Sec 31 ,40 ac Shields, Mrs, H. G, Pt SW SE Sec 31 2,50 aes , , Elridse, R, If. Pi NW SE Sec 31 .16 ac TOWNSHIP 13, RANQE 2§ Coohran, Dillie NW Cor NW SE Sec 13 JO pps . ., , Cochran 4 Dillio PI SW tfE See 13 1,50 s»e Smith, Luther & Norma Pt SW NB See 13 1« 5 9 • Turner, Frank. Pt E SW See 14 56 aps Talc, A. & Nell Tate pt SB Sec 13 150 aes Hamilton, Annie Lee Lots 3, 4 Pt SW Sg Seg 15 2 gcs Smith, Ellen Lt 5 Pt SW SE Sec }5 ,13 Bfl , , West, A. Pt SW SE SE Sec 15 .75 no 7, Everett, John S9A SE SE; Sec 13 p pa? Henderson, Allie, Heirs, W WE NW See J? gQ 9PS - • • Eveicll, John Pt E NE Sop 22 130 acs • • •• Hendn\", jsiah NW Pt NW JiW Sap 23 3 aes , .., . Stephens, Fanpie 1 W SW cor N NE Sfp |3 J 8P • • t Brown, Amos Pt KB SW See 85 1 ao » « Cgrngan, W4l)|e pi £ SE Sep 35 2.7.59 acs . .«,.-. lei Foster, Newton C. Lot J, Blk,,' 32 Pntcnett. Ivason W 00' of *s 47' N SO 1 Pi ItPl all of U and. Ig BJk, a5 ..,..-, v, Carlpr, Culvin Lol 1Q-14 S J?t. 13. K f»J. ^ $M M?fe?'. p»"S s^ifet^lit ss " T, "U 2.27 8.85 1.00 2.07 20.62 ..5.50 11.31 3.39 4.97 9.20 9.73 8.41 3.39 9.99 15.53 1.67 6.99 2.60 10.45 2.60 1.21 6.29 8.GO 8.14 8.14 9.99 9.99 13.40 9.55 9.55 18.35 9,86 21.65 3.50 9.55 18.97 6.52 5.15 5.15 5.15 16.94 22.00 .S','56 11,12 5.05 18.97 3.53 3,79 20,99 2.01 1.00 7,33 3,28 17.95 5,81 3,28 3,23 20,99 5,8J 11,63 6.32 8.59 5.56 4,80 3,53 5,81 11,38 1,00 1,26 4,54 3,53 1.21 1.4t 1,21 3,29 1.21 2,60 1,21 306 8,60 4.45 ,98 3,52 ,98 3,98 , 1.27 10,57 18,84 51,93 il.Og 2,05 1,01 7,23 4,89 15,74 3,44. 3,44 1,01 747 5.37 5.S7 J-M 143.-75 »J:8 y. wf^rp'ikn : John W. j& Lijlie, kpff fill 1 ick, Frank Lots i, 5 & ft fife g Jojm son . p ay L g t la j^. f .* *?*' » Lintpn, Nellie Lot 11 BUf, 3 ,_ 9.a3 S0.« BEARD'S Barfield, Daisy, E N Pt, Lot 1, Blk. 8 20.49 Forbes, Adclla, Linda Launch W Vi Lot 2 Bill. 7 . 20.77 Davis, Lee Warren S Pt. Lot 1, Bile. 8 20.77 Barficld, Dicy & Clifford Lol 2 Blk. 8 3.61 Boozer, Willie & Haltic Pt. Lot 5 Blk, 10 40.79 Owens, Evelyn W Pt. 50'xlOO' Lol 5 Blk. 10 , 20.77 Flenory, .Josie W Pt. Lot 5 Blk. 10 26.49 Foster, Newlon C. N 75' of Lot 1 & 2 Blk. 15 40.79 BOSWELLS EXTENSION Dodson, C. C. S'/k Lol 10 Blk. 8 3.32 BROOKWOOD •Ashcvaft, V. V. Lol 10 & 11 Blk. 8 29.35 Guilliams, W. F. N M- of Lol 8, all ol 9, Bile. 13 40.79 Johnson, L. Carter W Vs N '/ 2 Lot 1 Blk. 17 46,51 Luzador, T. C. Lot 6 Blk. 35 46.51 Green, Milton Lot 13 Blk. 39 19,63 BROWN'S SECOND ADDITION Miliis, Crawford Lot 7 7.01 BROWN'S EXTENSION TO HEMPSTEAD HEIGHT Pcnnington, Willie Lot 1 & 2 Blk. H 1.27 E C BROWN'S ADDITION Reed, Liilie Lot 9 & 10. Blk 30 1.27 Stuart, Will Lot 11 & 12 Blk. 30 1.27 BRUNDIDGE Morrison, Ozclla Lot 1 & 2 Blk 1 13.33 Harris, Verdic Lol 6 Bile. 3 4.18 Cooper. C. A. Lot 4 & 5 Blk. 5 4.18 Harris, Willie J. Lot 1 & 2 Blk 6 4.18 McFaddcn, Valdine Lot 9 Blk. 6 . 2,47 Evans, Wm. L. Lot 4 & 5 Blk. 9 4.18 Warren, James Lot 6 Blk. 10 14,48 Linton, Henry Lol 6 & 7 Blk. 11 15.05 Hill, Versie Lee Lot 8 Blk. 11 6.47 Easter, Elijah Lol 9 & 10 Blk 11 26.49 Moore, Fletcher Lol 6 Blk. 12 . 11.62 Walker, Ardella Lol 7 & 8 Blk, 12 16.77 Clark, John & Lucy Lot 1 Blk. 13 3,01 Wilherspoon, King Lot 5 & 6 Blk. 13' 16.77 Glenn, Albert Lot 6 Blk. 14 3.04 Martin, Wesley Lot 6 and E'A Lol 7 Blk. 15 3.32 CORNELIUS While, T. C. Lol 2 Blk. 2 ' . 14.48 Owens, Shcrmon W 15' Lol 8 E 15' Lol 9 Blk. 2 7,90 Moss, A. R. & Willie Lol 10 Blk, 2 17.34 Torrcnce, Lillian Lol 9 Blk, 3 17,91 CORNELIUS HEIGHTS Herring, H. S, Lol 1 & 2 Blk. 3 . 5,33 FAIRVIEW Rogers, Ralph Lot 4A & 4B Bik, 2 24,77 FAIRVIEW ACRES Gamble, David Lot 3 Blk. 4A . .1,78 Jones, Wylic Lot 21 Blk. 5A 2,05 West, B, M, Lot 25 & 26 Blk, 5A 9,80 Tucker, Dora Lot 28 Blk, 5A 2,05 FINLEY Bradley, Florence Lot 12 Blk, 1 35.07 Strquqhtcr, Rosa Lee Lol 3 Blk, 3 . 20,77 Turner, Henry Lot 7 Blk, 6 15,05 Jackson, Perry Lol 2 & 3 Blk, 8 „ 6.47 Jackson, Perry & PearHc Lot 11 Blk. 8 17.91 Jackson, Charlie Lol 3 Blk 10 . 7.90 FOSTER Johnson, Mrs. Carter Lot 2 Blk, 1 129.45 FRANKLIN EXTENSION TO CORNELIUS HEIGHTS FRISCO «.., Wilson. K, Lot 3 Blk, 17 GALSTUS GILES McFndden, W, M. Lol 1 & 2 BJk. 1 , . , HEMPSTEAD HEIGHTS McFncklcn, Valla Dean Lol 7 Blk, 2 GREEN OAKS Gray, Doyle & Ine-j Lol 4, 5 & 6 Blk, 2 HICKORY GROVE Cheatham, Ruth Lol, 4 Blk, 1 . Monk, Curtis Lot 5 Blk, 2 , Monk, L, C, Lot 6 NVi 9 & 10 Blk, 2 Bradley, Floyd Lol 8, 9 & 10 Blk, 4 Turner, CharJenc Lol 1 & 2 Blk, 6 . poinde.Ntcr, SalUe Lol 6 Blk, 9 HILUS AOPITION Frierson, Hays Lot 19 Blk, 1 ' HAUCOKV1 SURVEY Brewer J. & J, T. Martin Pt N-SW SW NE ,16 acs. Farjs, Delma Rny Pt S-NE SW Blk 24 , Lloyd, Edward Pt. NE NE SW Blk, 25 Chlsm, R. E, Pt, N«NW NW SE, .20 ncs, . Loc!;ard, James Pt, SW SE 1 ac , Portprficld, J. F. Pt. SW SE .10 acs Bishop, Gcrtha & Albert Pt. SW WE, ,14 acs, Jackson, Laura pt, SW NE ,)7 a ? s ,. Stuart, Wordio Pt, SW NE ,2g acs Chism, R. E. Pt NE NW ,31 acs, Cannon, Arflis Pt. SW NW ...54 acs. , .. , Q Rrr oU, Hugh Loi 8 m,^ QW CalbQvt, IMainie Loj, 2 Blk, 1 „ „ Bell, Justina Lot 5 Blk, 4 Phillips, Clydp & Lillie W 25' ^ol 7 ; Hogan, Onzic NVa Lot 1 B.Ik. 5 "' " ! - " * "• 2.V Lol 14 E 25" , Odis W 25* Lot 14 E • -, t?N,09N , I,u C ii}4a Lot 1 MpCannic, QJHo \\'V f Lot U P-prkins, Bpo SVi E*S ^UlLvBBc MAYfeJrss BcwJes, Ciosb>' Lot 13 .,...,, Bowles. E. L. & Lois Lot 16 §tuart, Lee Lol 28 & %ii 29 MA Y fens Spates, Arthur Lot IB 81k. 2 Johnson, Searcy Lot 17 B-1H, 3 Lot 4 . B!)?. ^ 2.47 2.30 3,85 20.77 22,49 13.91 33,93> 28.81 27,06 2,75 1.54 29.35 35.07 3,61 3,61 45.08 3.61 i ?3.63 23,63 17,91 32.21 5,04 3,04 J6.19 17.91 32.24 18,77 17.91 15.05 13,33 P." 36.50 g5.Q6 3,04 2,18 2.18 46,5} Gayle, Robert Pt. S of Lot 25 & 26 all of. 27 SHOVER CREEK Ware, Perry & Bonnie Lot 10 Blk. 2 Brown, L. D. Lot 9 BJk. 3 Johnson, Joseph & Mallie, Lol 10 Blk. 3 Brown, Jessie J. Burton Lol 1 & 2 Blk. 4 Stinson, Don Lol -i & 5 Blk. 4 Branliey, Shelly Lot 3 & 4 Blk. 5 Williams, G. W. Ete Lot 11 & 12 Blk 9 . Wood, Lewis Jr. Lot 3 & 4 Bik 11 . Stuart, E. C. Lot 12 Blk. 11 SHOVER STREET SCHOOL Williams, T. C. Lot 3 & 4 . .Clark, Ellen Flenoy Lol 6 SHOVER VILLAGE SMITH'S QUARTERS Johnson, Rosa Bell Lol 7 Blk. A Davis, J. W. & Martha Pt. Lol 9 Blk. A SPRUDELL KoonU, Henry Lol 4 & 5 Smith, Garland Lol 8 f ELLINGTON Cheatham, D. D. Lol 4 Blk 1 .... VESTAL Grisham, H. 0. Lot.l & 2 Blk. 3 .... WALLIS Grant, Norman Pt 50'x80'' Lot 5 Blk. 1 Galloway, LeuUshia E-S-N Lots 9, 10, 11, 12 & 13 Blk. 10 ' Hidgclill, Ernest TPt. WVa -Blk. 16 WHITES Murray, Evelyn & Booker S'/ 2 Lot 1 aU2 & 3 Blk. Bumpc-rs, Verilpn &' Mary S 46' ol E 150' Blk. 4 Bumpers, Vernoh ,&:- Mary N 142' ol E 80' & W 100 Blk. 4 . WINN'S Maskal. wycilineJI/W % Lot 12 E !i- 13 Terry, Leslie W.Pf. E 30' ol Lol 24, W PI. W 30' of Lot 23 , . . ,. ..." , ', YERGER Pearson, Andrew"SM-'N 100' of Lol 15 & 16 Blk, A .. Miller, HelenAVS'i'Lol 13 Blk. A Ranken, GroveiV&iSarah Lol 4 Blk, B Bedford, Kat<Kt?oU6 BJk. B ,. . ', .S\W<?« BLEVINS House, J. House,, J, _.. House, J. F*;" Thompson, Waid, M. -i'iQ ^r. -...I ... -» 38.20 04' pavts Pf lots gr &o myvh y,.& y the Repd, Chenlle IM 10 RHf, . 7 .. 7 PI Lori _._. ,..,pt 1 Blk 13 Nelson, J. W, l]istt,3>;Blk. 18 •i--""" SMITH & HAYS' 1 '' ' '' ' Thomas, Mis. J. R. Lol 19 & 20 Blk,'4 . .*„„•„ Smith, Leroy 320x81 Lol 1 BJk, 7 . ~- ', - / Brown, Anno L, 235'x320 S PI. Lol 1 & 2 Blk, 7 R, L, HAYS SUB DIVISION Owens, II, A, W Hi ,ics Lol 1 Harper, B, W, Lol 18 BLEVINS CORPORATION Johnson, Jimrruo PI SW SW BJk. 75 Hmlon, E J. PI NW SE Lol I Johnson, Eleanor 100x100 Pt. SW SW Bik, 22 CLOW Marshall, Willie Blk 2 , Marshall, Willie Lol 1 lo 7 Inc. Blk, 3 Sampson, George Lol I Blk, 4 Sampson, Charles A. Lol 2 & 3 Blk 4 Mat shall, WlHic S^ Lot 9, 10, 11 & 12 Blk, 4 , , Marshall, Willie W'/rLol 23, all of 24 Blk. 7 Gamble, Eva Lol 23 & 24 Blk, 9 Marshall, Willie Lol 11 Blk 3 Marshall Willie S«,j Lol 12 Blk 3 EMMET Wnilakor, James E. Lois 4 lo 9 Inc. Blk 21 , . FULTON Jones, Henderson Lot 9 lo 13 Inc. Blk, 2 Ferguson, Hart Lot, 8 Blk. 3 , . . Cornelius., Ii, W. & W. M. Lol 1, 2, & 3 Blk, 27 , Smith, Bottle Lol 1't & N ia 15 Blk SO Mooru, IVUtchell Lois 4, 5, 6, 7, & 10 Blk. 31 . SMITH'S FULTON Jackson, Carl & Willie Mac Lol 5 Blk, 4 Temple Cotton Oil Co, Pt. Lol 3 & 10 Blk 8 . ., Baker, Henry Lot 7 Blk, 9 Henderson, Alh° Weirs, Lot 2 Blk. 14 . , , , McGlll, Georgia Lots 3 & 4 Blk 18 . , ,,,... McCASKILL Porter, OUie Lot 4 & 5 Blk. 9 McCASKILL C9RP, Pickett, Mv-iUi Pt, SW SW Lot 20 .„ . , , M9NAB Maitin, Richard Eslale Lol 4 Blk, 7 , , ., Austin, Leroy & Jewel. Lot B BJk, 22 , Ncal, Gerald Blks 23 & 24 . Williams, Willie PeavJ, W of fid Pt. Lol 3, 4, 5, 6, ' VJPTQRY HEIGHTS Chism, W. ki Lot, 18 tQ 32 Inc. Blk ' 21.43 19.34 1G.48 16.48 4.18 26.49 6.47 11.62 4.18. 20.2O 9.04 10.76 6.47 2.47 11.09 6.95 26.43 52.2$ 12.19 30.78 3.61 35.07 2.18 3.61 37.93 20,77 25.06 19,63 17.91 5,68 2.72 7.79 4.83 4.83 1,45 2.91 7,79 6.03 7,79 1,45 3,16 1.28 2,27 l.OQ 2,52 l.Vjt 4.25* 1.28 1.28 1.51 53,55 2.18 d.JB 1,61 3.90 13.91 Webb, Ralph Blk. 8 Boyd, MalDe Fletcher., PI. Frl. Blk, PATMQS Grace, Preston Lot 1, ?, 3, & 4 Blk. Grape, Preston Lol 1 & ? Blk, 16 19 . . 14 ... Lewis, Conrad Lot 1, 2, 3, 7 & PI, of T0KIQ Holt, MauclQ k Lep Holt Loj, J7 Blk, Lovelis, P, O. gr, Lol 1 Blk. 4 Qwnpr, Claude W- Pt. Lot § B.lk. 6 Lee,, Bell Lot 4 Plk, 10 „ Gawev, Cl<iud.e W/. >Pt. Lot g & 3 fi\ Norwood, Jim & Kate 'Lot 1 & 2 £lk. rn^l* Claude Blks, 117 & 125 t Lot 3 & 4 filk Hfi . 15 Watson, JJgcbrl J4'....Lot..l..,_2r 3r&_|_BJk 4 1.7. ., t UHi'fil Jnhnaon, jSwgia pi NW S}3 Blk 5' Hoblnson. Pla/enco PI. NW SI? L,gt ' - , MaUie m. WW SE Lot 1 . '(. E, E. P4« NJK NE Slki A5 i/JJ. B v j»U N£J NE'Lol rglfe.' ' 4,f 1,32 12,19 1,34 21,54 1,90 2.33 4,68 . j.at §.47 1,61 ioa . 7.52 2.03 1.09 §5.92 5.13 19,21 a.ao 10,81 2,07

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