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HOM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS ^^ < Saturday, October 25,19S1 Land Sale i- frf fai t (.Qtm-ned we year uf »WJ, ™ theriwn atre»*\Ay l#i and 4*«(irfbiwa fn am following lint, viz; •^^"- — *^—.._ x i • rjirt lAiiincrtnlT -rn 1 ^— "- L — -•• ••*• -^~" •• -— »^., (.Qtm-ned delinquonl m year uf »WJ, iofeMrer with :ANOt n WttT .10 31. * *i» af "& 20 no 90 20, dO 40, 120 130 320 W 60 IflO 80 IBO r»f T»w*ptijpr jc«i WRIT'""*- »riw*f w*» *v* O'* FoWN.riJJ-1C>«AHJ| H W«fT -' 4 I.M 4 i'ttwT'gJS".' 8 4.TTf — ,,.-. * 3,»0 10 M) 300 970 3ft 320 _. 100 8,W, N,K. . .,.. K,«, 11 WANOK — , T i, .. « L ». 320 420 , 0 B 0 10 21) 40 3 5W 00 90, 320 10 50 40, 120 BO. A. HO, 40 ttO as 30 40 WBftT 7 M 320 340 100 r», »,»> i ?,W, N,W, fl 9(1 SHI 91 40 40 200 100 40 280 40.90 470 ii?£W i n B lit 10 t'tsr * If** i'O n* Kf \lf fl 1 JS> pi* _ 8«l£*„ WI*T' " BANO.I ti Wttr . 160 N,W. K.W, W, NJfi, N.K. B.W. N.K. N.JS. W, N.W, RANQK 8.W. 8. S.K. 8.12. B.W, RANOK 84 WEST 0,1.1 0,98 u.ta I.M 4,30 7,6.1 4,30 7,113 4,30 4.0B J.ftfl 3,311 15,20 K.IKt 0.13 1.10 'I7.0B 17.&3 1,70 }f>M 7,»S lft,2(I 10,17 7.«5 15.2(1 1042 12,52 7.00 0.20 0,34 1,30 1.1ft ft.ai 3,10 13,77 3.1(1 9,12 4,8(1 10. Ul 1,07 J7.S9 25,81 n.na 1,01 0.54 21.82 16,00 25,1)0 0,00 1U4 0,07 7,7« 111,47 7,»5 in.au 11,31! 7.0S (1,10 4.30 l.QO 7,Q» 4.30 \m 7.SI5 1.50 0,7B 7.fi» 7,68 7.08 „..«». .. ,,onft •„,.... wtowji ,^i illylJ'^W*^ »^^w»"i « -* («•;/; * 1£\V» T ii^.^|!' P*» * «. N,W,-'H>W, 11,01 8,fl7 18,26 7,05 8.8ft 7.W 7.03 .SB U.13 r»«»rry H. ttunlny I J. J«rw«l fj-fd Merchont Orr H«ni F Y, T) O, HlnrtttrK w. a w u. .* ,. O, I,, MWtdlftbrnrtko |/'<»-itj|'l K<»ol K'»cl J. I. \Vrl«hl Ut-n, II. Amlcrnon A. A, Awlanwm Clirvr fi, i'., L A. I. A L A L, A Mfiyt'ifl Mnyt«m »,», tor S.B. S K, .„,,. Pt. N.K. N,W. Pt. N.K. N W. Pt. S W, N K, Pt, N.K. S.K, , Pt 8.W. N.W N, 19.81 a 8.W.-N.W. Pt. 8,W. SB. PI. fi.W, 'n'.K. I0«!x70 yrt* N.W S.K. 8. N.K, N.K. N.W. N,K, S.W, N.K. S,W, N.W. S. 3,W, N.K, H,E, N.W. H. T. tittiii* rn. s. N.W Ql«n !J«lit* , Pt. IS, N.W, TOWNSHIP 14 RANOE M Pt. K. nt, H.W. 8,K. K. S.K. S.W. I H.W, N.K, Sln-phi'li! Pi. N,K, N.W. 8h<u>h«rfl W, N,W, Shcphi-fil S.K. N.W. nmhwn N, pt. N,K. S.W. W. Sh«i»l">rd Pt. N.E. S,W, VV. ShcphPid N,%, S.W, W, Shepherd Pi, N, N.K, W. Laff^rty N.K, S.K, C. Mtiylon .S.K. N.E. V/. Uifferly W, S.W. »k WllHniTiK S.K. S.W, Wllllnms : S.W. S.tc, l.rf. Hunt N,K. S.W. I*.. Hunt Pi. N, S.JS. 7. 'f. Muyton Pi. S.K, N.E. Lloytl Jon«!» S.K. S.K, UwlRhl Odorn Pt. N.E. S.W. W, ft, Slnffotd S. N.K, OUfit Otnns , K, pt. N.W. N.W. Kflly Hhlnotuirt Pt, S.W. S.W. A II. Kvprnmyer Pi, N.W. S.K, S,W. Hny Fry . . S.W, N.K, Kollv nttlnehnrt . . . S.K. S.W. K"lly Rhinehnrl S. S.W. S.K. M, ft, M»rtln . Pt. N.K. s.w. 4. it; smith . Pt. H.W. S.W. II. C. Townwnd S. N.W. 11. C. TowrwiwJ ' Pt. N.W. S.W. Dun l,aha ,. . . K, pt. N. N.K. TOWNSHIP 9 RANOE 25 K, A. J>«vls Pt. S.W. N.W, K, A, Uftvi* ....... N, S.\V, K, A, Davl* N.K. N.K, K. A, OnviH ,. PI. N.K, Ml*i' A a A 8 B 0 182 10 2 3 10 to 15 125 \m 1,07 r.'.M t, L. L. O O, «. Mtirlhn Coolny Miirthn t'nf.lcy Jninc" l,oni{ Moo Id MnrUm Cooley Mm- A Murtlm Cooloy M, K. Curtis OKI hum C, Hill it, t>. Hiirhiun 11, O, Bnrhnm 11, t). Bnrhnm Chin-Hi 1,. J. Yoime I.utlifi Vuunu 1... J, YOIIIIU Bert Scull W A, Hort Sciitt .1, .1. J. F. A, C'liism A, Clitiwi A. (!hl»rn Climm Pt TOWNSHIP N, N.K. .. PI. K, S.K. S.W. S.K. S.K;. N.\V. N, K. s.w. N.W. S.W. S,K. S.W. N.W, N.K. S.W. S.W. S.W, S,K, S.K. Pi. SW NK Pt. S.W. N.K. S.F.. N,W. Pt, S.K Pt. S N.W Pi. PI. Pi. Pi. N.K. N.K. K. I't. N.W. I't, S,W. A W. OrwelifPk N.K. N.W. S.K. S.K. cor N.W, S.K. N.IC. N.W. S W. N.K, pt. S.E. S.E. tt Mill's Jordan Pt. N.K, N,K. Ctirley'* Miles Jordan K 13'Aa N.W. N.E. J. D. O'Ot-ll .O'Doll ...... O'tlell N, Burl Seoti Miirl Scott Leo Uropt?r Lwo S.W. S.W. s.w. N.K. 10 RANGE N.W, N.K. S.W. K. K. N.W. cor N.W, S. N.K. . N.E. S. W. K. J. J. J. J. J. J, J. a. a. a, B, M, W. O'DcU H, 0'Dcll . O'Ooll O'Doll O'Deil n, M. n. L. L. L, Kins areun H. C, Brown Frwt Kills Unknown N.W, N.W. N.W. N.W. S.W. N.K, N.K, N.K. NAV. N.W. N.W. Pt, K, pt. N.K, S.W. Pt. W. pi, N*K. S.W. N.K, S.K. N.E, cor SV, S.W. N.W. N.K. S.W. canal S.l'l. Pt, N. N.K. N.W, . S.K, PI. N.W, Pt. SAV. in. S.E, 10 Ul 2fj W 20 20 21 21 <M 30 ,11 ,11 34 35 3.1 4.S2 KUI ft. 50 40 2 1.75 20 40 40 .MM 20 40 180 60 S3 25 25 (U) 40 310 60 10 no 100 1110 1 110 1BO 100 740 200 410 1.71 3 iA a's4 13,77 .'i. in 1 07 4.04 7.4S 7.43 0..13 0.33 7,78 33,62 O.Sfi HI. 01 WE9T 1 1 ;j ;i 3 3 3 3 3 4 7 fl n H H to 10 11 II 11 13 17 17 17 10 K) 10 2,1 23 211 2!) 33 fl 20 40 3.VOO 78,83 40 20 17 40 15 40 40 HO 40 40 40 2 .03 40 3 110 :i 7 2 40 40 20 1.10 .70 HI) 5 60 350 no 210 l.V) w) 100 HO 80 400 00 100 200 520 200 10!) Ill") 10 5 220 ISO .ISO 100 4!i 100 1(10 140 fit) 225 100 350 15 2(15 in. 24 4.21 10.00 7.3.'l 4.21 7.711 4,21 4.21 18.47 .1.32 7.7H B.SO 23.82 12.2.1 7.78 H.B!) i.on ,87 10.45 7. 33 10.24 5.10 2 fl"i 5.10 Y.7II (I HO 3.32 10.07 5.10 1(1.24 1.32 12.45 WEST 17 17 in 111 21 21 22 22 22 22 22 24 24 24 24 24 20 20 20 20 2(1 33 3D 110 40 20 HO 40 37.50 40 39 ,75 2.50 40 ao 0.1)0 3,1.20 40 4 1 40 3 10 3(1 210 280 100 DO 240 120 too 120 100 5 10 120 2110 30 150 120 20 5 310 15 40 120 10.23 13. 43 7.fl5 4.30 11.01 8.13 7.05 0,13 5,21 ,81! 1.10 0.13 13,43 2.01 7.4!) 0.13 1.5(1 .88 14. HI) 1.33 2.411 (1.13 i WEST 1 1 1 1 .1 M M 14 17 17 ID 10 20 20 2(1 211 20 27 27 27 27 31 31 31 40 40 40 40 HO 20 40 110 40 3 3D 13.33 •10 40' 40 31.50 2ft. 1)0 40 40 40 .13 U a u 450 -.too 200 Kill ur> 120 120 240 120 10 120 33 105 120 120 100 75 120 120 120 10 40 •10 .10 21.111 IJ.7H 0.7(1 7. 51!) 1.7!) ft. (10 5.815 11.08 0.13 1.10 (1.13 2.24 5.21 .'i.flli fi.fili 4. SI!) 3.!M ,'i.lHI 5.HO S.aii 1 .011 2 3U 2.39 2,112 31 31 35 13.33 40 40 310 2,10 10 TOWNSHIP Unknown Fred Kills . Frotl Kills W. Kflnn. Kills Frvil Kills Willie Whlto Q*yn l.br, Co. Unknown James OrndU-y J«m«» BrndU'y Porkor W«lk»>r . Ben CheaUtam JohnnU) C'lu'wlliuiu Unknown Unknown Unknown Ed Trent Ed Trout Ed Twit L. D, & Allen Mct'ttUdcn 11 RANGE . Pi. S.W. W. N.K. pt. N,K. S.E. S.K, N.K. N.K, Pt. N, N.W, NAV NAV. S. S.W. 25 WEST Pt, Pt, Pi. N,K, NAV. . S.W. S.E. N.W. S. W. S. S,K. N.W. N.E. Pt, N.K. N.W. N.K. S.K. N.W, E Vi N.W, NAV. S.E. N.K. S.W, N.W, S. N. K, N.K. S,K. Pt. SAV. S.E. S.K. S,E. Thou, Martin Pi. SAV, N.W, L. A, KOSHM- Pt. N.E. S.E. Jew«ltn«? Coiuvuy S,E, Col r pt N.W. SAV. W, B, Nt'Uon \<t uiullvidi'd int. N. K. S.W. Pt. WVi TOWNSHIP 12 RANGE at Pt, NAV. SAV. Pt. E, S.E. NAV. S.K. TOWNSHIP 12 RANGE 8t ..... & Krvln Bukcr SAV. N.E [«dy Frcdrlcks S.1C, ^,fc. S.W, SAV. NAV. N.W. N.E. N.E, Pi, W. W, N.W. SAV. N. ot 67 pt S.E. N.B. .•t «l SAV, S.W, N.W. |>t S.E, N.W. SAV, W l« N.E. SAV. W ut. S.«. S.W. 4 5 5 5 fl S 12 14 111 18 18 18 18 IX Itt 18 20 a? 27 37 27 28 23 28 20 CO 74 080 3.30 SO 87.11(1 110 37 110 125 30 21 10 40 120 ao «o 134.44 53(1 5 20 1 7ft 3.20 9«0 7 ilO 35 S 120 420 too 75 W. B. Nelson L. K. Boyco Umxlfi MltchoU A. U. MeVlv" 'Fredrick Merto Krovtrlek Wood A, tt. drthown , Mary «. M«Q«o «t G, a. 40 ao 40 I 40 5.50 75 1 1(1 :i 30 34 40 53 3ft 32 J8 140 WEST 7 5 20 7 0.80 'J5 13 40 H»0 WEST 17 40 40 80 40 40 40 I 75 40 23 23 20 27 35 36 36 100 UKI ItiO urn uo 410 160 Mary H. 36 36 I 40 as 50 300 125 18.50 00 1 TOWNSHIP t Ul 13 RANGE » in, N.W, WEST 1 5 ,,„ H* W. M. w! M' Hiftm A. J. ~ Pt. A- J. Ru A. J. R«mminj[$ Frank O'Rurke Emory A. fhw "" A, Ttv»nn)«o« A. Pt. N.K. N.W. NAV. t;. N,w. N,K. .. N.tS. N.K. PI. K. S.W. Pt. N.E. S.W. W. S.W- l»t, N.B. Pt. W, W. N.W. S. .... N.E. S. N.W. Pt. Pt. N.W, Pfc . S.K. SAV. S.W. S.E. S-R. S.K. S.E, N, N.«, N.W. m, s.w. S.E. Pt. S.W. N.W. Pt. K. N.E. Pt. N.E. N.E. Pt. N.B. N,E. Pt N.E, N,E, _3OA V |V N M," N*W." S. *f B, N.W. .... S>W. N.W. frl, N. £K. N.W. .... W. S.W. fel " Pi. 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 8 8 9 9 IT 18 18 J* t« 19 1« 24 24 S4 S4 15 155 3tU3 »'tK) •J) 80 40 160 49.40 215 S 10 10.1W 100 13 55 20 80 60 40 SO 30 320 160 60 320 105 100 310 1-1.11 1.08 3.2(1 :io,ao 1.52 fl.4a fi.-iu ti.oa l.Of) 5.80 3.20 T.52 a!i7 4'.!. 3(5 1.52 1.87 5.HU 18.UO 7.GI) H.01 11,08 3.91 l.llfl 1.U5 3.0^ 1.52 1.74 7.00 7,UO l-i.55 U.U5 7.80 7.00 4.55 18.40 7.60 2-83 9.34 8.08 4.55 1.52 7.38 U.34 4.13 760 40 160 1 10 .SO 105 .45 S 1 105 .48 155 .83 155 133,03 860 40 50 430 13.24 4.99 3.04 4.13 14.55 T,60 4.13 14.55 541 4.99 9,77 7.60 9 1.08 S.S2 -87 5-sa 7. 58 7.58 13.23 '3,33 2.43 7.78 3.87 19.36 5.54 U54 JlMii.-n Hfttfk-ld Hsirim Hatlic-M ,f, A. Collins B, H. Col I In r fju?,h Oarnor W S. McDowrtl [x-t'.tr Hiifknbcf Atkins Antlcrs'-in Woldon Wa!rion Wnldon Hnrvel Morgan Morgan Pt Phi 1 ». c. I). C. Pt. N.E. N.W. , W. S. S F:, N.W, Pt. N.K. SAV Pt. N.K. S.W. Pt. N.W. S.W. Pt, N.W. S.W. Pt. N.W. S.K. Pt. S.W. S.W. Pt. S.W. S.W. N.E. N.E. Pt. S.E. N.E. N.W. S.E. E'.i N.W. N,W. 25 25 A, 7. Turn or Koa.i I >. Uuridy T (',. McDowell Y. fl. Bobo Chos. T, Andorson Lillian Uoclson Mis J, K. HHrru-s Si<-vi(: Hart)-'' K. Cnto CD to V. A. C.-tto M,»fli" & McDowell Wlllorl EsU-rs Ann Iloldtn W'ill!. Long Jlrrrmy At Viola Rogers Pt. S.W. S.W. Pt. N.E. S.K. TOWNSHIP 14 RANOE N.W. S.K. S.E. S.W. Pt. N.W. S.W. Pt. S.K. S.W. Pt. N.K. N.W. N.K. N.E. N.W. N.E. I't. S.W. N.K. N.K. N.W. S.K. N.W. S,K. pt. N,K. S.W. . fc'A S.E, N.E. Pt. N.E:. s.w. s. s. s.w. N.E. S.E. W. S.E. S.E. W. N.E. S.W. S.W. S.E. 25 25 25 23 25 25 20 20 20 27 27 28 25 WEST 2 40 10 40 12 33 12 1 13 3.14 120 1 5 2.12 120 .25 30 I 110 .37 110 9 230 I 210 1.03 100 40 100 32 220 40 200 26.07 180 1.50 4!i 39 120 15 15 15 15 15 10 25 27 33 34 35 36 4H 40 3« 41) 40 2 100 too 170 5 350 210 210 200 160 235 10 13.33 40 4 40 40 20 20 40 TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 28 WEST Kiwi C'miley Pt. S.W. N.W. Pt. W. N.E. S.E. N.W. S. N.E, PI. N.W. S.W. S.E. M. M. M. 0. 0. Hyers Bycrn Bright Myers Bright II right Comptim Baker Baker Bilker Baker Baker Baker Wolff Clarenei- C'cary T 0. Bright T. 0. Bright . T. O. Bright T. O. Bright Clctf Flomistrr Silas Whitmnre Siliu Whitmor'e . Sila>' Whitmore j, Alton Daniel Lucy Harris . 1, I,. T U T. T. A. Nona C.'. Nfitia ('. Nona C Nona Nona Norm I.. K S.E. S.E. S.E. S.E. S.W. N.E. S.W. N.E. N.E. N.W. N.W. N.W. N. pt K. S.W. N.W. N pt. S.E. N.W. W'i S.E. N. S. N.E. VV pt. N. E. N.E. N.W. N.E. N pt. S.W. N.E. N pt. N.E. N.W. N.K. N.E. N.W. S.E. Pt. ElBa N.W. Pt. N.W.' Pt. Pt. Pt. pt i-: 2 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 18 23 23 23 23 Unknown Un'.inown Winston Wood ... Win.'-'on Wood Pnt Livingston Pat Livingston Hos'.-'.Ui Starr Archit- Marshall Hctii Nelson R. C, Gamble Jr Mr::. John UlHiikny I,. S'.. Wesson r'liniiit? Marshall . Pt. VV. 1). Cowling Pt. Duck Stuart Duki: McKuddin W. M. Wlshiirt G. L. King S.E, TOWNSHIP Sain White H. L. Harmon Doc Stuart Henry While J, 11. Sipt'S Claud Couch Pt. O. B. Clu-iilliam Ft. Pt. N. S.W. S.E. 20 S.E. S.E. 20 N.K. 30 N. N.E. S.W. 33 TOWNSHIP 10 RANGE 26 WEST N.E. N.E. 1 E. N.W. N.W. 1 S. S.E. S.W. 2 . S. .. Pt. S.E S.W. N',:. Pt. W.E. Pt. S.W. . ... N.E. 9.50 CO 40 20 32.50 40 30 18 29.50 19.50 11.60 1.70 4.15 19.50 80 40 10 40 5 15 40 40 17 40 100 20 Pt S. N.E. N.W. S.K N.E N.W N.K. N.W. S.W. S.E. S.E. S.E. S.E. N.W. S.E. S.W. N.W. N.W. N.K. N.W. S.W. S.F.. S.K. N.E. 7 7 11 13 13 15 20 22 23 32 32 35 35 30 40 20 20 80 2 40 80 1.50 14 40 51 80 1C.CG 35 40 40 4U 10 11 RANGE 26 WEST Pt N.E. 1 .. S.E. S.W. N.E. S.W. N.E. S.E. W. S.W. S.K. S.W. S.E. N.W. Clvtio Chcathain N 1H48 E 32!) EM- N.W. U D. Choatham 459' E788' N.K. N.W. OneV.ha Cheatham E'* \V28' N.W. N.W. Ruby Bradley hUla N. S.W. N.W. W8a S.E. 4 13 17 20 2(3 26 26 N.E. 20 20 20 20 40 40 40 80 8.50 14 14 14 14 F.thi'l B. Trotter EHu'\V22a S.E. N.W. Willie Davis N.E. S.W. Willie Davis N ',4 S.E. S.W. 2U To.'',.". Trotter N.E. S.E. 27 Cat Porter S. N.W. N.E. 27 Mi'lriv * Fuggy Hamilton Pt S.E. N.W. 29 Unknown Pt. S. N.E. 30 P. W. Hawthorne est. N.E. S.W. 32 P. \V. Hawthorne est.. W'i S.E. 32 TOWNSHIP 12 RANGE 26 WEST Rns.-nbaum E. N.W. & Co S.E. N.E. Stuart N. N.W. S.E. Stuart S. S.W. S.E. I,. White S. N.W. S.E. 14 14 40 10 40 20 1.75 .50 40 80 20 120 160 80 55 180 90 380 120 00 100 140 90 50 290 100 60 20 15 250 000 300 30 120 15 45 140 140 70 120 010 80 120 GO 80 370 5 160 540 105 45 200 235 320 05 100 120 240 100 50 100 300 200 160 320 580 55 55 55 50 55 55 160 40 220 BO 75 5 120 240 W. M WhiU' Mary Miuy Vi-rille C. O. F. L. Vt-rclit- I,. White N. S.W. S.E. Uilroda Cheatham Pt. N.E. Hood .. Pt. N.E. It. Hamilton E. N.W. (1. Hristow PI. SW NE V. Trimble N.W. N.E'. K. & M attic GuathousePt. S.W. N.E. ...Us. & Gfoi-iiia Grahum Pt. S. N.E. Hon.. Hill ' Pt. N. N.E. Don Hill Pt. N. N.E. Alton it Versic Muldrow Pt, N, N.E. G. W. Gilbert WVis N.E. G. W. Gilbert . Pt. N.E. S.E. TOWNSHIP - Porlor Ui Pt. S.W. S.E. Smith 1.5 1>1. S.W. S.E Kvi'ivtU- S9a S.E". S.E. 1 10 14 14 14 14 21 21 21 24 28 30 31 31 31 31 34 34 81.93 40 20 20 20 20 30.50 30 80 2 40 1.50 2.75 2 4 1 80 8 13 RANGE 26 WEST vSt-ot 1 . KIU.-U John Henry v i «• i it . . ~.-— — Jfwcllon Baker PI. SAV. S.K. C. U. Smith r Kvi'i-otti- L. Nelson Jim Jones W. M. Temple SoUini Honson Solum Benson J. R. McJunUin W. 11. Bradley H. M. fc C. AdcUson Wuitrr Walker R. F. Bradley R. K. Brndloy LeRuy Neal Julius Johnson Gus Rosenberg W. I.. Ellis Si Co. W. L. Ellis & Co Jamts Whitmore Henry & H. H. Htsnry Hrunson Liiticin Brown Luticlu Brown Janu's Adam Jam,"'-- Adum Janu-s Adam Pt. E. S.E. Pt. E. N.E. . . Pt. N.W. N.W. S.E. N.W. TOWNSHIP H RANGE N.E. S.W. N.E. Pt. N.W. TOWNSHIP 12 RANGE 15 15 15 15 17 22 22 23 1 .12 .50 60 2 40 Pt. N.E. S.E. S pt. S.W. S.W. N.E. S.E. S.E. N.E. S.E. Pt. S.W. N.E. S.W. N.E, NAV. N.E. SAV. N.E. .. N.W. S.W. Pt. S.E. S.W. Pt, S.W. S.E. Pt. S.E. SAV. N.W. S.E. N.E. N.E. NAV, N.E. N.E. N.E. S.E. N.E. N.E. S.W. N.E W. NAV. S.E. 26 40 26 62.92 27 WEST Pt. Pt. Pt. .. N, Brunson E. E. Pt. Pt. W. TOWNSHIP 13 RANGE 27 Howard lliudman S12. 70a S. S.E. C P. Kniuhlon Pt. N.E. N.I.. Spates & Frieks Pi. N.E. Joe Jackson frl S.E. N.E. Joe Jackson Pi N.E, S.E. J. H. Wallace S.W. N.fc. 4 5 7 7 8 8 8 '8 8 10 10 10 U 14 15 15 16 16 16 17.30 5 10 10 1 .50 .50 2.50 20 37.50 10 .50 20 20 13 40 2 40 20 WEST 1 1 12 2 2 2 12.70 40 5 21.12 4.63 40 370 160 80 130 HO 130 200 120 240 10 180 10 70 10 40 55 390 30 10 25 125 5 110 180 30 120 440 200 500 130 20 110 40 5 5 5 310 100 150 50 50 60 ao no 200 160 120 GO 50 160 30 30 10 ISO 8.00 .87 6.00 1.98 5.54 5.54 10.80 10.00 5.10 7.78 10.45 0.50 8.67 2.03 0.00 7.78 7.78 8.22 .87 10.24 IOJ30 10.(H) !!.. r >t> 7.78 11.12 l.Ofi 2.43 1.54 0.00 7.78 4.21 3.10 8.07 4.95 18.83 0.39 3.52 5.43 7.35 4.95 3.04 14.52 5.43 3.52 1.01 1.30 12.61 29.36 15.00 2.08 0.39 1.30 2.81 7.35 7.35 3.99 (U9 25.81 3.95 5.60 3.12 3.95 15.91 .86 7.25 22.92 5.08 2.81 11.37 10.34 13.85 3.33 5.43 10.5J? 7.25 2.71 4.77 13.02 8.90 7.GO 13.85 24.57 2.92 2.92 2.92 2.82 3.04 3.04 7.00 2.39 10.21 3.26 3.91 .87 5.6Q 10:55 15.91 7.25 3.95 0.01 3.95 0.01 8.90 5.60 10.55 1.00 7.25 1.09 3.7.6 1.09 2.43 3.10 18.02 1.98 1.07 1.71 5.94 .86 5.3* 8.27 1.91 5.73 19.28 9.12 21.82 6.44 1.54 5.54 2.43 .87 .87 .87 14.45 5.1U 7.33 2.87 2.87 3.32 4.21 5.54 9.56 7.78 6.00 3.32 2.87 7.78 1.91 1.98 1.09 7.33 Name of Owner Parts of Section CITY OF HOPE. HOPE. ARKANSAS Mrs D. P. Kldrtd*e all WVs 11 L 10 Blk. 5 100 5.43 C. Hallibunw W oJi KR L 9 & 10 Blk. 20 600 29.36 Ht'iiry M. Curney S 110 L 7 Blk. 13 1000 48.50 B. D Hefner L 3 Blk. 33 1000 48.5ft H«'iry M. Carney N 76 E 75 Blk. 34 SOW 144.20 Churlw Bryon L 8 NI« L 10 Blk. 42 800 43.71 J, T. Moore S pt L 10 Blk. 46 250 12,61 J. L. Herron Pt L 8 , Blk. *B 40 2-56 Mr.'Rose L 5 '........m B&- *» ^000 «.«> P<-»rl Lewis t?..% t 5 Bik. 4? «$ 5».n WUUe B«mett Stron* 50x7 pt L 3 .. Blk, SI 96 13-33 Data SMraughtfr S 50 L 2 . : BJJk. » W» 5-« M J. Jwes L J L 3 . Blk. 63 4/tO Ift.W Fr«ok Snuth N!« L 3 , Bft. S «B S- A W«yf L 4 ,. _... r . : - iit .ifc,.|» *» i»- ^ i&sTj Hi. In worth Merchant L 4 Blk. 1 John Hubbard S'4 L 10 Blk. 1 Freddie Mo«s L 1 1. 2 Blk. 3 F. T. May L 1 A 2 . Blk. 4 Ruth Turner L 10 Blk. 7 RlttT Bradley LI Blk. 8 Gllc-y Aubrey L 5 . Blk. 8 Mfib'.e Chambers L 1 A Blk. 9 Connie Cox I, 7 & 8 Blk. 10 OJlvor Douglas 1. 1 & 2 Blk. 13 ANDRES ADDITTION L. J. Thompson L 1 to 8 Blk. A I.. J. Thompron L 1 & 2 Blk. B J. C. Baker tt 14 L, 2 E ',4 all L 3 Blk. C ANDERSON ADDITION Mrs. W. E. Porterfield L 4 & 13 Blk. 1 Mary Porterfield L 14 & 15 Blk. 1 BEARDS ADDITION A. E. Stoneqiiist W 75 E 245 L 1 Blk. 5 A. A. Halbert S 48 N 90 L 5 Blk. 6 S 08 N 100 L 6 Blk. 6 John Slkes W»j L 2 Blk. 7 Gus Gllmoro pt L 1 Blk. 10 Lula Noble pt L 5 Blk. 10 W. A llattie Boozer pi I. 5 Blk. 10 Booker T. Wushington L 12 13 14 15 ...'. Blk. 11 BEVERLY HILLS Saturday, October 25, 1952 HOM ITAt, HOM, ARKANSAS Blk. 3 4 5 Blk. Blk. Blk. 0 Blk. 6 Blk. 6 Blk. 6 Blk. 6 Blk. 6 M. C. Baker L 34 Hops Builders Supply L 13 Hone Builders Supply S Mi L 6 Unknown L 5 Unknown L 0 Unknown L 7 Unknown L 8 Unknown L, 9 Unknown L 10 BRIANT'S ADDITION J. A. Gulley L 6 78 9 Blk. C BROOKWOOD ADDITION John W. Williams W pt L 15 & 16 .... Blk. 26 F. Y. Trimble L 2 Blk. 34 Carl Howeil L 3 EMi L 4 Blk. 37 Gilson Ross W',4 L 5 all 6 Blk. 38 BROWN'S 2ND ADDITION Queen Trotter W pt L 1 Ed Hightower L 5 . '. C. T Staggers W pt L 10 ... John * Emaline McFaddin L 11 12 14 EC Albert Allen L 7 8 9 Blk. 27 BRUNDIDGE ADDITION Auausta & Mattie Bell Bention L, 7 ... Blk. I Ada Smith L 3 Blk. 2 Matthew & Adena Smith L 4 Blk. 2 Chnrlle Reod L 1 Blk. 4 Ed A Ada Stay L 3 Blk. 4 Ernestine Simpson L 5 Blk. 7 J. P. Brundldge L 4 & 5 Blk. 9 GUE Carter L 3 Blk. 10 Ullie Mae Ragland L 2 Blk. .11 AH'rr-d Yergpr L 4 : Blk. 11 Will & Ophelia Logan L 1 Blk. 12 Dorsey Williams L 2 & 3 Blk. 12 S.) mira Holyfield L 4 & 5 Blk. 12 COLLEGE ADDITION Fied Cook S 1 /.. L 3 Blk. 4 Mrs. Mande Campman W NW SE Blk. 20 CORNELIUS' ADDITION Alvcsta Ferguson L 9 Blk. 3 CORNELIUS HEIGHTS P. W. Townsend S 9 Blk. 3 Rny Allen E '/. L 12 Blk. 7 FAIRVIEW ADDITION Blk. 1 Blk. 1 J. M. Allen L 2 J. M. Allen L, 4 F. Y. Trimble L 8 J. M. Allen L 9 to 13 J. M. Allen L 1 E Vj L 2 Alonzo Durham L, 14 J. M. Allen L 1 to 4 J. M. Allen I, 0 J. M. Allen L 8 to 14 J. M. Allen Blk. 1 Blk. 1 Blk. 2 Blk. 2 Blk. 4 Blk. 4 *Vk. 4 Blk. ' 5 FAIRVIEW ACRES Dora Turner L 28 ...................................... FINLEY ADDITION L. E. Scott L 11 ...................................... .. Blk. 1 Florence Bradley L 12 ................................ Blk. 1 Mrs. May Smith L 1 & 2 ........................ Blk. 2 Mauallne Ouster L 4 ............................ Blk. 2 James & Dora Beene L 7 ........................ Blk. 3 Mattie V. Smith L 9 ..... ........................... Blk. 3 Lou Ellen Carter L 1 ............................ Blk. G Maty Poxton.Lt 9 pt 10 ............................ Blk. C Florene Bradley L 5 &i 0 ........................ Blk. 7 Perry Jackson L 2 & 3 ............................ Blk. 8 Tom'Green L 5 & 6 .................................... Blk. 8 Peny & Perline Jackson L 11 ................ Blk. 8 A. R. McKinley L 3 .......................... Blk. 10 FOSTERS ADDITION Emma Evans L. B. Moore L 5 8*^ Harold B. Williams L 2 a^U U ._»* 4 White Star Laundry Pt frl .................... Blk. 3 GREEN OAKS Wi!l Helton L 3 & 4 Willie Annie Lee L 11 &' 12 . ADDITION .. Blk. 1 Blk. 1 Ruth Chenthnm L 4 Roosevelt Garland L 11 12 13 Curtis Monk L 5 L. C. Monk L 0 7 8 9 10 Jeff Webb L 9 & 10 J. N. Harrison L 13 & 14 L. F. Scott L 9 Arthur Parker L 5 John B. Jordan L John B. Jordan L Ramon Varner L 3S R. L. Richards Blk. Blk. Blk. Blk. Blk. Blk. <! .... Blk. HILLS ADDITION •• Blk. 1 Blk. 1 ADDITION Blk. 5 9 pt O Lit ^J *' *-* *-* • • pt NE NE SW pt NE SW . pt SW NW SE pt SW NE SE pt S NE SE 29 Grace Coleman Thomas Alvin Lockard J. F. McDowell Nontian Moore Francis Ward Delton Houston Ranee Metcalf Bob Elmore Francis Ward Minerva Phillips-..... ••• «-- -- Mlr Geitha & Albert Bishop pt SW NE L. F. Stuckey Roy 4 Lexie Johnson J. L. Anderson 100 100 1100 100 50 COO 700 500 200 80 115 30 375 1200 800 400 310 300 000 270 500 60 150 120 330 400 300 300 300 125 «» 100 -10 .................... HEMPSTEAD HEIGHTS B. F. Mitchell L 7 .................................... Blk. 2 Ermerine Linsey L 1 & 2 : ......... . ............ B\k. 8 Goo. Conway L 9 ........................................ Blk. 8 HICKORY GROVE ADDITION SOCIETY Pnon. 7^431 B«tw««n I A. M. tntf 4 P. M. No Peace Continued from Page One 5.43 5.43 53.28 5.43 3.04 29.30 34.14 24.57 10.22 contention that the Communists- lacked by the Russians-plotted, armed and executed the aggression In Korea. He accused .Russia of lalkinR now about "reunification ** , , ,— T.T „ , ,.. „ , ,iof Korea" after having sabotaged Calendar !» hc ^l 0( ") e Bccch . &t - B . apt ' st ! all efforts since tne end of World, i Church, Texarkana, and m charge n u> , hat country . „„ Sunday, October 26 I of visitation, will be guest speaker ^ thp rommiUce could expect lo There will be an area meeting!«t the Brotncrhood meeting of the.j uiai , , ( ,,, ot of noise " n bout the 1 of the CMF of the First, Christian) F "' st Baptist Church Monday night, ^ g bcing {he ag g ressor , but do(Church Sunday afternoon. October I ^ ct - 27 > al ' 7 o'clock. clared everyone would be able to 20, at 2 o'clock. All women of tbfi i ;—— {judge for himself by the facts. church are urged to attend as the; Tuesday, October 28 | ln oullinin g the stand on the pris- • ioHowing CMF's have been invit-j Chapter AE of PEO will mcetj {mor of wnl . qucsl i on .Uie sole issuo Preacott, Nashville, Ashdown, Tuesday altcrnoon, Oct. 28, at J'j loltUng llp a Korean armistice-^._ . i'_ . ... '..'.(l.inl* «»t 4 tin Vn-im n i\f Ajf t'C V I • t H I* V 1 - . . i >• . .»__ f.. »•* )cQueeh, Gurdon and' Lewisville. ' Monday, October 27 ' WSCS Circle 5 of the. First' Mbth- idist Church will nioct Monday, ^October 27, at 7:30 p. ni. in the. J home of Mrs. Ed. Aslin. Oakhavun, Mrs. Syvellc Burke and Mrs. *Lylc McMahen as co-hostesses. o'clock at the home of Mrs. Henry j Achcson (juoted directly from 17 Haynes, 518 South Pine. j lri . al j cs signed by the Soviet Union i since 1918 in which the Russians! • Wednesday, October 29 "Harvest Time" the eighth on nuu'l flower show sponsored by the Hope Federation of Garden Clubs will be held October 29, nt the VFW Hut from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. program "Ambassadors for ! Anyone having dahlias, chrysanthe- Christ"- will be in charge of Mrs. j mums, or roses please call Mrs. 4.48 0.15 2. OB 18.59 58.07 5.43 3.70 6.63 '1.12 ,1.30 Virgil Keeley and assisting her will I Henry Fenwick. 7-2212, or Mrs. C. be Mrs. George Murphy, Mrs. Clit- ! c. Lewis, 7-3634. They will pick - • ford Ellis, Mrs. Brack Sclienck, | tnem up f or t | lc flower show. MRtrs. Jack Gardner, and Mrs. Sy- 1 - ' agreed to the same principle of re putriation without force to which) luc communist negotiators at Pan-; :mmjoin now ore stonily opposed.. The Communists demand that allj pi isoners be returned whether i.iry w.int to or not. Although reaction to the Achcson was generally favorable,! velle Burke. Mrs. John Wilson, Jr. will bring the devotional. A full attendance is urged and if you need transportation call 7-5841. pt SE NE pt SW SE pt SW NE pt SW NE pt SW NE pt SW NE Geo. Waddle J. L. pt SW NE pt SW NE pt SW NE S3 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 * 24 WE D. W. McMillan pt NE NW 4 Susun Beard ^Jw IF 4 Ollie La Grind ^^ % D T T .ON Clarence tt Jannie Phillips E 50 L 7 Blk. 4 Addle Houston W 50 L 13 ..... Blk. 4 Martha Phillips S% L 2 N Blk. a Jack Cannon fc 3 ^^ 2 AP D ,T?ON David GU1U 1. 3 §!{*' } MatUe & Joe Woods L 6 Bj k - » David Gillis ADO1T1O N glk. 3 Blk. 3 .. 4 Iseoc & Corine Collier L 13 Geo. Coleman L 19 CaUee Jackson L % Guihrie Norwood L 23 Lee Stuart L 38 N V4 L 29 NICHOtS ADDITION Comodor« Hendrix L 15 Blk. 1 Roscboro ft Nathan Hendrbc L 16 Blk. 1 Owen E. Evans L 17 BUi. l Tyroe Williams L 3 Blk. ~ rr«« w5u»ms i. , _ - MsCtendoo L T _.P«K 2 L 19 4 T L18 25.19 000 .48 400 300 180 300 150 L. A. Harris L 6 L. A. Clark L 1 & 3 • Mardy Lee Deason L 5 & o Hope Hdwe C. L 9 * '" 30 200 250 300 325 40 Major Lee I. Dance, assistant to 38.93 19.79 ty 2.08 *SAENGER • LAST TIMES TODAY • 2 -FEATURES -2 1.71 '•15.00 29.36 13.56 24.57 3.52 •• 7.32 s G.39 36.43 19.79 15.00' •15.00 15.00 1 G.63 29.36 69.95 •. 5.43 P . 2.56 ' 2.08 5.43 .89 '15.00 3.52 10.22 19.55 15.00 20.99 1.85 ,. November 7 World Community Day will bo observed by the Council of United; ; mo Church Women on November 7 in the Episcopal Church at 3 p.m. Women arc asked to bring warm clothing ft. rmfants and child- a^'ui. \. 11 w u a gcnw» « **j •.*..«•«. v*u * i k |scme delegates said they wanted! lo study it more carefully. India's Mrs. Viajayalakshimi Prnclit said cautiously that she thought it was "an excellent out- OL the Korean situation. The Indian delegation chief, Prime Minister Nehru's sister, hinted I e.irlier al a luncheon that she is in the renter of delicate secret dip LondiU frem P«Re OAK Q«OV6 ADDITION Mnry F.lln A l!«^fi UendrlJi L 1 Blk. Si Lewi* Bonnet b 9 ....... , filki 3 n. T, Bonner L 10 .... , Blk, 8 OAK LAWN AbDITlON Ozoll furcntlne L 5 , SIR. a Jnck McFsddln L t > Blk,3 Roy Wells L I * 2 ,,,„ Blk. 4 Curtis Brown pt L It jit 12 . . , Blk. 8 OAKLAWN 8 ADDITION Chfirtle Bostic L 12 . .,,, . , Blk, |3 OAK LAWN 3 ADDITION Sh> Buchnnnn L 4 A 5 Blk, 2 Shy Buchanan .L 6 M,, Blk, It Vt'tiift Hays k LuclllO Brewer L 18 10 Blk,, 3 Connie Cox SW L 1 2 lo 5 Blk. 4 Thomas Walked L 8 At 7 Blk, 4 PHILLIPS ADDITION J. T. Turner L 12 Blk. C J. S. EnslorllnR 1, 11 Blk t) Eva HnUleld L 0 . ...,, Blk. K nOBINSON ADDITION Hiram Lomley L 1 & 2 i Blk, n Hiinm Lomloy L 11 It 12 Blk, 3 . RUFPIN ADDITION \V. C, Jones L 8 A ' 1 Blk. fl 9ENTER AND ARNOLD ADDITION It. A, West L3 «t 10 , Blk, 4 Annie Casey L 3 Ai 10 . Blk. 0 SHADY GROVE ADD. Kdwln Harmon L 24 8HOVER CREEK ADD. an "8 J M 180 ISO 800 800 98 800 100 400 90 SO 1.1 M THEVRF At L RED—These bnbics nil como in the traditional lobstcr-red color of newborn but the Ye really Black, White, and Grown. The confusing trut his that they wore born to, an hospital in Chicago, 111. ren under six years ot age. These I lomatic negotiations on several 'Baskets for Peace" will be sentj u N. problems, including Korea. lo ihe children in Korea. , Garden Club Organized at Paisley School I Mrs. Strong and Mrs. Perkins organized a garden club for the 3rd and 4th grades of Paisley school with the name to be decided on later. • Officers were elected as follows: President, Julia Peck, vice-president, Naomi Sinclair, secretary, Jo Carolyn Lewis, librarians, Judy Cromer, Betty Smith, and Pamela Aslin. Mrs. R. L. Broach discussed "How to Arrange Flowers," with several of the children arranging some. This bolstered diplomatic reports, hero that India had been approached by high U. S. and other officials about a Korean settlement. Australian Foreign Secretary Richard G. Casey declared he in- pi-esidcnl. Kenneth Rothwell; sec retary, Linda Rogers; song leader Sarah Lou Ellis,; reporter, Wava Lee Honea. , The club will meet the third Tuesday in each month. WILD BILL ELLIOTT "GABBY" HAYES "The Man From Thunder River" ALSO: Serial & Cartoon Practical Nurses Have Meeting The practical nurses met at the City Hall Tuesday night at 7:30 with thirteen members present. Two new members were added to the organization. A letter from the president of the State Organization was rend by the local president. The rules of procedure was road by Mrs. Lasetcr. , . A round table discussion was held <»UMn«, the concerning the work of the organization and on the setting up of a register for practical nurses. Mrs. Columbus On October 20 the Columbus Home Demonstration Club met in the school lunchroom for the regular meeting. Mrs. J. E. Dclancy presided in the absence of the pros idcnt. The meeting was called lo order and the Home Demonstration Woman's Creed was repeated. The song of the month "Count Your Blessings" was sung by the group. Mrs. B. C. Webb read the devotional and Mrs. Delaney led in Joseph Johnson L 3 Ifinriienl Perry L 4 ,. .. Slihon Brown LI:, prayer. The roll call was answered with "How I have been blessed SCOOTS ACROSS CHANNEL—Georges Monncret, French motorcycle champ, didn't let a little thing like the English Channel keep him from making a motorcycle trip to England. He mounted his bike on this pontoon-like affair. The rear wheel drove the propeller, and his front wheel became the rudder mechanism for bis craft. On arrival at Dover, England, he dismounted the cycle and scorched off to London. SUNDAY - MONDAY Massingill was appointed to act as registrar when it is set up. A GAY, MODERN MUSICAL COMEDY! 20 ST .40 450 .16 20 .20 20 .32 100 .25 350 .14 400 .75 450 1.50 150 .25 25 1.50 50 .15 15 .40 600 .16 1000 .80 50 .17 300 .14 500 .17 300 .17 200 1.26 100 .40 1000 1 .15 25 ' 1.61 22.18 ' 1.61 1.61 5.4ri 17.39 '19.79 •'•22.18 - 7.82 1.85 3.04 1.36 29.36 48.50 3.04 15.00 24.57 15.00' 10.22 5.43 48.50 1.85 10.69 29.36 19.79 15.00 9.1:0 15.00 7.82 3.04 304 2.32 ' i.08 19.79 2.32 • 2.08 10.22 ,12.61 15.00T 16.20 2.56 ( . 10.22 1.85 i 5.43 I 1.85 1 1.85 5,43 15.43 3.04 5.43 5.43 Ml MV. and Mrs. Paul H. Jones are attending the Ole Miss-Arkansas football game in Little Rock today. Mrs. Webb read the minutes of the last meeting and gave the treasurer's report. During the business session old and new business was discussed. The following nominating committee was appointed: Mrs. B. C. Webb, chairman, Mrs. Leo Evans, and Mrs. C. R. White. Mrs. Billy Webb led the group in a very interesting flower quiz with game prize going to Mrs. Leo DOROTHY m> Tribute to Mom Dear Miss Dix: Don't you think tccn-agc daughters are sometimes ;forgetful of their mothers, anil don't realize that mothers are just. girls like us, only grown up'. 1 This l c. - .- .=,--= -- - fact has been ill my heart for sonif I Evans. Mrs. Billy Webb and Mrs. n -, ont hs and I wonder if you might Sgt. Harold Morion of Fort Leon-i Horace Ellen were hostess to 12 I wr jt c something about it in your ardwood, Mo., is spending a 30 day i members and one visitor. Mrs. U. ] co i umn to wake us up. Our moth- furlough with his parents, Mr. and j c. Phillips. Hostess for November I ol . s have d Onc worlds of things for Mrs. Henry Morton, and other rcl- will be Mrs. Leo Evans and Mrs. j 11S ' besides the drudgery of linnK- atives. B. C. Webb at the school lunch room. MissMildrcd Morton of Little Rock is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morton, and other relatives and friends. Hopewell Mrs. John Keck was hostess to DORETTA MORROW EXTRA Julia Chester Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Glen D. Elcy, McCaskill. Miss Lois Whitten, Hope. Mrs. Roland fiallard, Rt. 4, Hope. Rodney Harring, Pasmos. Discharged: Jerry Hawthorne, Fulton. Helen Bobo, Rt. 1, Hope. Branch Hospital Discharged: Mr. John Barkalow, Creston, Iowa. an all day meeting of the Hopcwell home demonstration club, October ing us up. They provide refresh- merits for our parties, but how often are they complimented on the delicious food? They make nic 1 ' i ui r c and break up your pleasant home Your family should be tojtl hy you or your husband. whouVei- is more loroeful, that they must slop tht.'ir indeterminate visllH, 1 know it's hard lo lulu- that attitude towards your own blood relations, but they're making too much of a good lliin'4 with their use of your homo. Don't lot them jji'l thc.up- pei hand. Dear Miss Dix: Thoush 1 havx been happily married for two years clothes for us, which we take for i , llld hilvt , an adorable biiby girl, granted. They take special pains to bo friendly to any now kids we bring home, but do we ever say "thank you, mom"? I am trying hard lo be different with my mother. I help around the '• j,,, j, ol hj tn> Clubs 22. Making copper foil ivy planters was the activity of the morning. After a pot luck luncheon, Mrs. R. V. Harrison and Mrs. Charles j house as much as I cnn, thank her Atkins were honored with pink and | f or the extras she does for mo, and blue showers. During the short business meeting the club voted lo give $2.50 to the Salvation Army unit fund drive. A check was also sent to Miss Jean Laseler, teacher at State Sanai trrium, to be used for needy 1 patients. try lo be agreeable and considerate'. Mom should be more than a sup- cannot seem lo forget one of my old fiances. 1 know he is stayin siiU'le bocau.se of me. 1 think if couUI see him once more and tal In him, I would then be able tu D. J. Answer: Your promise iH all v-jimg. Sec him once, and you'll r.m the road lo a most unpleasant ervisor over our lives; she should : 1): ' l( -' h of complications.. H's not unusual for u marriod woman as you to yearn after the () t her iriid-tccns. You Fulton 4-H . . The Fulton 4-H Club met Tucs day, October 14, for the purpose of reorganizing the club. Before be the best pal we have. Let's make it that way! Rene C. Answer: And the same goes for; liulsl school youisc-lf to I .Pop, too. Too little credit goes to, Ki't over these romantic notions. Mrs. Fred Hunt and Mrs. Charles , the man who 1 makes the home pos- Atkins were all day guests while j sible. His role may not always bi' Mrs. T. B. Fenwick, Sr., and Mrs. i as spectacular as Mom's, but it is Merlin Cox came for the after- i certainly necessary, noon. j A Fine Example Next meeting will be held in the young us lu - sl love** No yood will come of them. i Inc.) by The Bell .Syndicate, "Football Review" The top Ail- American Possibilities , _ Rene sets a fine example for all the meeting officers for 1952-53 ] evening at the home of Mrs. Cecil; teen-age girls to follow. It is per- were elected with the help of Mrs. | Biltle, November llth. j fectly true that most youngsters Lorraine Blackwood, home dem-! onstration agent, and Oliver L. Adams, county agent. The officers are President, Jean Cook; vice- president, Billie Ruth Helton; sue- Lorraine Blackwood, home demonstration agent, at the Rocky Mound retary, Hita leader, Judy Linda Harell. Dean Green; song Weaver; treasurer, Paisley 4-H Mrs. Blackwood, home of Mrs. Jim Chambers with t Mrs. Fred Wilson as co-hostess. ,.,.». ^.c.,.™ home demon-j The meeting opened with the Home stration agent, and Oliver L. Adams i Demonstration Woman's Creed and county agent, held a 4-H club meet- i the song of the month, 'Count Your assume for granted everything' their mothers do to inRko life; cheerful, pleasant and comfortable. The one reward she wants more; than anything else is to have her i _ . children's confidence, trust an:i ; home demonstration club Thursday, j ]ove. If she lays down laws that; seem unnecessarily stringent to j Rocky Mound A demonstration on judging canned products was given by Mrs. Ask Rehearing on Suspension of Cotton Belt October 16. The club met al the you, talk them over and you'll find j out that your safety and welfare' are the sole purpose behind Ihe rulings. All teen-agers should assume TEXAKKANA (Special) — Interested persons along the Cotton Belt ruilroad routn in Arkansas are tuning for a re-hearing by the Ar- Kiuisas Public Service Commission POSTURE PERFECT r It would take more than "Eight Iron Men." in which Mary Castle stars, to deny her the title of "Miss Curve-X." According to sponsors of Better Posture Week, perfect posture will give any woman a figure like Mary'». Cotton Belt route from Toxnrkuna to Memphis. Passengers for Memphis would hove to chHuge' to the Kock Island al Brlnkicx to BO Into Memphis, C. E. Palmer, publisher of the Toxurknna Gazette nnd Dally Nnws, said in an interview 'Friday that he is of the opinion the towns rind cities along the route will be makinK a mistake If they do not battle lo retain the full Cotton .Bell service now offered, "1C they take the trains off, It Is pretty Hourly a cinch that we will niivcr set them back on again," lie said. "Of course, the Cotton Belt is uenc!i--.ii;y supposed to be controlled by the Southern Pacific which ha« no interest outside of the Cottor Bolt in Arkansas, and we cannol bljme them for wanting to discos liuue an unprofitable train," Mr Palmer said, On the other hand, he said the Cotton Bell road undoubtedly Is very prosperous as indicated by the substantial Increases In the value of the line's stock during the past year or so, "and certainly U n railroad receives a substantial freight business from the towns on •t , ll__.. 1« .V..KI.O 4 Virtr» usttvinihln tt *' ing at Paisley school Tuesday ternooii, October 21. The following offieers were elected: President, Gerald Taylor; vice- a f. 1 Blessings." Mrs. Earl Dudley read j seme part of the family's house-; "n the request of the railroad - - " •' 'hold routine. This gives Mom 'to discontinue two passenger trains more time to herself, for her own! between Memphis and Texarkana activities, or to devote to the ex- i and on the Shreveport branch to * RIALTO LAST TIMES TODAY Randolph Scott "GUNG HO' Rod Cameron "OLD TEXAS TRAIL" EXTRA: Serigl & Color Cartoon the devotional followed by a pray ed by Mrs. Henry Pickard. After the business was taken care of, Mrs. Ivan Bright gave a report on poultry and Mrs. Fred Wilson gave a report on food preservation. During the recreation period Mrs. Norman Taylor and Mrs. G. Barwick won the game prizes. Refreshments were served to 17 members, one visitor. Mrs. Edith Wingfield, and Mrs. Blackwood. The meeting adjourned to meet next month with Mrs. G. Barwick and Mrs. i hostess. I Hinton Clara Barwick as co- tra touches that Rene appreciates so much. Spread this the Arkansas-Louisiana state line The public Service Commission cult among your i granted the railroad's request to friends, Rene, and have them all ; discontinue the trains effective No join your "Three Cheers for Mom"! vembu 1 following a public hear- club. nig in Little Rock October 8. An application for a re-hearin Dear Miss Dix; . I am a mother of i nas ' fjj e( j interested citi its lines, it owes them something.' Approximately a year auo, the Cotion Belt discontinued altogether its dining car service and at the same time discontinued the operation of trains 5 and 8 between Texarkuna and Dallas, operating one train each way a day Instead of two. . three fine children, with a hus- ' . /( . n: . in camden, and Mayor B. R. band who is wonderful. He works ] Mc Carlcy said Friday the city of along fine, and love each other very much. The trouble of our marriage some of my 'people On October 13th the Hinton Home j nave always been here. My father ! Demonstration Club met with Mrs. i drinks a lot and often comes to SUN.-MON.-TUES. FUBY IN HIS FISTS! A Naktd longing in Hi* H*aitl i Tommy Gibson with five members I! present. The Home Demonstration j Woman's Creed was repeated. Mrs. i Gibson read the devotional followed ! with a sentence prayer by all present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and business discussed. It was decided to quilt at tht next meeting. Mrs. Gibson i gave some points on judging canned i products. All the canned foods I used in the demonstration were donated to the Arkansas Crippled Child's Home. Poultry reminders were read by Mrs. Berlin Jones. Mr*. W. S. Gordon ^won toe pnz« rpcreaiiflp period. Mrs. Ow my house to start trouble. He also Tc-xurkuna. Ark., would file application on Monday. H is expected that a number oj other towns along the route will file sim- iibv applications within the next few days. Mayor Mi-Carey said the city Texarkana, Ark., was never ol- comes for money to buy cigarettes 01 and other things. My brothers i ^iciaJly notified of the first hear- work when they feel like it, and come to me the rest of the time. My husband says it they don't stay away he'll leave. Mrs. R. M. Answer: Don't let a lot ot sponging relatives spoil your happy mar- tended to have Acheson's speech reproduced textualiy and circulated throughput hi$ country. "No more terrible indictment About 09% million people ol the United States live in 157 urbanized areas which Include cities of 80,000 or more and their suburbs. It takes 900 pounds ol sugar to produce the explosives to fire one round from a modern battleship's 10-Inch gun. ir>3 on the application to discon> titiue the operation of tne two pas- fecnger trains. The j:ttition to discontinue the service was filed by the railroad with thf claim that it was losing revenue amounting to approximately $300.000 annually. 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