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", w w 'SRSSKtit: PI.N.E. s.w. L, W, Hhophord N.W. s,w. L, W. 8h«pherd ,^> Pt. N. N.K. G. W, tMHfony N.K, S.E. O, C. Mavton S.K, N.K. a v/, L«»*«y w - sw - mtck waii«m» , ., .., S.K. s.w. Illicit Willlftm* 8.W. S.K. i^o irtot •;•;.<•...«.•.. ,N.B. 8.w. tjso HUftl Pt, N. S.l',. 55. f. Moyion ,. .'. Pt. 8.E, N.E. H3&t%f : :: ^ ^ B* w: W H SvftWord S N.EI. aitin 'Burnjj,,, ., 1 , E. j>t. N.W. N.W. Kelly RhlnftMM ,. Pt. S.W. S.W. A. if, Ever»myw , , Pt, N.W. S.E. S.W. Hoy Fry . .,„ - ,. S.W, N,E. KBlly Rhln«h'flrt ,, , S.E. S.W. Kelly Fthinehert ,. ., S, S.W. S.C. M. 0. Martin ..., - Pt, N.E. S.W. J K Smith Pt. S.W. S.W. II. C, Townmjnd . S. N.W. H. C, TownjMid Pt, N.W. S.W. Wan Lttho E. pt, N, N.E. TOWN8HII* 9 RANOE 26 K, A, DflVln Pt. S,W. N.W. K A. Davln ,. . N. S.W. K, A. David .'.„ . N.K. N.E. K, A. David , P I ' N - K ' M«« * Murthn G«»l«y , . K. S.K. Moo «< M«rtlt!\ Coolfty S.W. S.K. Jump! Una Pt. S.K. N.W. Mao & Marthn Cooley N. E. S.W. M«» A Martha Cooley Pt. N.W. S.W, M. F, Ctirtf* ., Pt. S.K. S.W. Kortnby & Ornham . Pt, N.K. N.W. Hubert C. Hill N.F. N.E. »l. 0. Brnhnm E. S.W. H, 0. Barharn • • Pt. N.W, S.W. H. 0. Berhnrn .„ Pt. S.W. S.W. Oturlle SlwphMuum ... S.E. S.E. 1,, J, Voting Pt. SW NE Uithfrr Voun» Pt. S.W. N.E. L. J, YOWK S.E. N.W. Bert Scott Pt. S.K. S.W. W, A. Sftvugo Pt, S. S.W, B*rt Scott Pt. N.W. N.K. 1 0 .'150 10,24 1 20 «0 4.21 3 40 210 10.00 3 ,'I.VOQ I.-.0 7.3.1 3 78.83 80 4.21 3 40 100 7.78 .'1 20 80 4.21 :t 17 BO 4 :;i 3 40 400 18.47 4 15 00 .'U2 7 40 100 7.7K B 40 1«)0 !)..•« 8 HO 520 23.HX 8 40 2KU 12.23 0 40 100 7.711 10 40 1115 B.IUI 10 2 10 1.0!) 11 .03 5 .117 11 40 220 10.45 11 3 150 7.3,') 13 80 350 10.24 17 3 100 5.10 17 7 45 2.0'i 17 2 100 r>.KI If) 40 100 V.7B 10 40 140 O.ii'J il) 20 oo :t.:)2 23 1.10 225 10.07 23 .7fi 100 5.10 21) BO 350 Hi. 24 20 5 15 1.32 33 00 205 12.43 WEST 17 35 210 10.23 17 80 2HO 13.43 IU 40 100 7. 05 18 20 HO 4.30 21 80 24(1 11, til 21 40 ' 120 O.IH 22 37,, r iO 100 7,!l!i 22 40 120 0,1 3 22 39 100 5,2-1 22 .75 5 .Hi! 22 2.50 10 1.1 1 24 40 120 II. i: 24 00 280 13.4: 24 6.80 30 2.01 24 33.20 150 . 7.4! 24 40 120 0.1.1 2U 4 20 l.r>( 20 1 5 .III 2(1 40 310 14. H: 211 3 15 l.:j: 2H 10 40 2.41 33 30 120 O.I TOWNSHIP 10 RANGE 25 WEBT J. A, Chlum N.W. N.K. J. A. Chlurn S.W. N.K. J. A, Chl*m . E. K, N.W. J, A, Chlsm N.W. S.K. 1", W. Qrooheck S.K. cor N.W. 8.K. Cushlo HoUamon. S. N.K, N.E. Ut-rt Se«lt , N.K, N.W. ' S«.rt Seolt S. S.W, l*i'« Orttper w, K. N.K. i.ec Draper ., . s.w. pt. S.E. S.E. Curl«y & Mile* Jordan Pt. N.K. N.E. Curlry »v Mll«» Jordan E UP.Su N.W, N.E. J. B. CTDdU .. N.W. N.W. jl B O'Dell ,. N.E. N.W. J. B. O'Dell , ,. , S,W. N.W. J. W. O'»cll .. N. oantfl S.K. N.W. J, Ii. O'Doll . . Pt. N, S.W. jr. H, O'DeU . . N.E. N.E. J. B. O'DeU . , N.W. N.E. J. B, O'Dell . S.E. N.E. 0. L. Kbig - . Pt. N.W. N.W. a, u. Kin« . PI. s.w. N.W. 0, U Kin* Pt- S.K. N.W. Sumrule Qi-«en Pt. E. pt. N.E. S.W, H. C, Brown , , Pt, W, pt. N;K. S.W. n«a EMU .. • N.K. S.E. Unknown - N.B. cor W. S.W. 1 40 450 21.1 1 40 200 H. 7 1 40 200 0.7 1 40 100 7,0 5 110 2. r ) 1.7! 14 20 120 !>.«( 14 40 I'.U) 5,11' 14 HO 240 11.0 17 40 120 (i.l 17 3 10 1.1 19 3!) IUO (1.1 II) 13,33 30 a.2 20 40 105 5.2 au 40 120 ">.« 20 40 120 ft. 8 20 31,50 10(1 4'.!( 20 25.00 73 :i.!l 27 411 120 .">.« 27 40 120 5,Ki 27 40 120 S.IK 27 .13 10 1,01 31 (1, 40 2.3! 31 9 -40 2.3! 31 11 :SO 2.U: 31 13.33 40 2.y. 31 41) s31() 14.1 35 2.10 \ 10 1.0! W. TOWNSMIfr 11 Unknown Fi'iHl KUt» . » J'l-vd EI1U Kdiui Ellin Fred EUU Willie Whitft Own l.br, Co, yiiltftowi nt'uUlsy rttdltiy _... 4 . i'Alk«? .mChfcnthttm,,., Johnnie Ch«uth«n\ Unknown Unknown Unknown - « • ~ - twnt „ Trait ,. v ... _„ Tr«nl U D. & AUce McFudden L«9 Potndvxter S.W. pi, N.E. S.E, S.E. N.E, N.E, N.E. Pt. N. N.W. N.W. N.W. S.W, N.W. S.E. , S. S.W. N.W. . ... S. W. S, S.E. N.W. N.E. Pt. N.E. N.W. N.E. 8.E. N,W. Pt. N.W. N.W. Pt, S.E. N.E. S.W, N.W. S. N, E. , N,E. 8.E. Pt. S.W. S.E. S.E. S.E. Pt, 5 5 5 5 13 14 III 18 IB It) 18 TOWMtHIP « MNOK 26 WB8T rr'w Ir fi'Fliw' «^&v%l u M1 w 20 74 3.56 .'17,IHi :n 31 to •to an 134.44 ft I I 3.SO 7 35 40 UO 40 I 40 5.50 I 3 00 (WO •M 110 UO :ui 1:0 no r>:io 20 75 M 9(10 '^0 5 ll!0 -1^0 mo 7h 240 7 a 10 30 40 32,118 5 U.80 140 ao 25 Harim Hotfleld Hnrim Hmfleld J. A, Colling ..... K, 11. Col I In r Hujjh Garner W. S, McDowell l>«ter Huckobce Kenny Atkln* . Irvln Amiemnn KHly Wnldon Kfiw Wnldon KHIy W'aldnn riii! Hntvel H. C. Morgan ... Morgan 0 WEST 40 160 80 40 40 I 7S 40 40 1650 aao 2t50 let) oo 410 t 50 ' 125 90 WBST 15 40 49.40 ** so 155 "»0 160 2U> 10 2SO &a .50 sao 100 a 10 ItiO fcS.05 :!,20 ' i'.r>2 5,42 !i.-12 (i.OH i.sin 5.BH 3.20 23.U7 1 W 3. HI 2.17 ii'.k 1.H7 S.UG 18.90 ?.(>() a.ai n. mi 3.91 l.OH 1.95 3.04 ti.73 1.52 1.74 7.BI) 7,fiO 7.tiU H.55 u.as 7.00 7.60 4.53 1B.4<> t. ao S. 82 i) 34 ' $M 4.55 1.53 7.S8 lU-t 4.1.1 t,(»0 9.99 vi.08 13-24 4.90 8-04 4.13 14.43 7.60 4.18 14.55 5.21 4.«J 9.7T 7SO T.fift itw 3.S2 .87 5 S3 T.W 243 . . D. C. A. 7., Turner Hoii.i I,. Btindjr T. O. McDowell C, it. Bono Cli.iS. T. Anderson l.illiiin Uodgon .... Mii. J. K. Bnrnes Hf,!>«>i-tn Greenhaw Sti-vif K. Cato .. JJinliu- CfltO I-;iUtidj!fl Beltn V A. Cuto M.irtin & McDowell ... Wllwn Kstersi JIMiinie Rogors |,tny Ann Boldon VVilli' l.onj! .tunny & Vloln Rogers Pt. N.E. N.W. Pt.. W. 8. S.E. N.W. Pt, N.E. S.W. Pt. N.E. S.W. W. N.W. S.W. Pt, N.W. S.W. Pt. N.W. 9.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% N.W, N.W. Pt, S.W. S.W. Pt. N.E, B.K. TOWNSHIP U RANOE N.W. S.E. S<E. S.W. Pt, N.W, S.W. Pt, S.E. S.W. Pt. N.E, N.W. N.E. N.E. N.W. N.E. Pt. S.W. N.E. N.E. N.W. S.E. N.W. S.E. pt. N.E. S,W. E'£ S.E. N.E. Pt. N.E. S.W. . 8. S. S.W. N.E. S.E. W. S.E. S.E. W. N.E, S.W. S.W. S.E. 25 2* 25 25 23 25 25 25 25 26 2« 28 27 27 28 3.14 1 2.12 .29 1 .37 B 1 1.03 40 32 28 WEST 20.67 1.50 39 2 JO 12 12 13 15 15 15 16 15 15 16 25 27 33 34 35 36 40 40 33 1 2 40 40 38 40 40 2 13.33 i 40 40 20 20 40 120 S 120 30 UO UO 230 210 100 100 220 200 180 45 120 160 100 170 5 330 210 210 200 160 235 10 40 20 120 100 80 55 180 TOWNSHIP 9 RANOE 26 pii.-.) Cooley Pt. S.W . N.W. % 1, M. Myers Pt. W. N I,. M. Byers S.E. N T. 0. Hri«ht S. N.E. S i, M, Byers , . Pt. N.W. S T t) Bright , . 8.W'. S T O Bright , . . , Pt. S.. A I, Comptori E18o N;\ Noriii C. Baker Pt. N.V NIUM C Baker , Pt. S,\ Nona C. Baker , Pt. N.I NDIIH C Bnker Pt. N.y Nona C. Baker N. pt E. S. Norm C. Baker N pt. S.] 1, K Wolff W . N U .E. W. .E. E. .E. i V. lf"W.' Z. N.W. v, S.E. C'hirencc Ccriry , ,. N. S. N T. O. Bright W pt. N. E, I> T O. Bright . . N.W. H T. 0, Bright N pt. S.W. Ji T O. Bright . . N pt. N.E. N .&. !E. .E. :w. doll Flomlster N,E. N.E. Sila.s Whitmore N.W: S.E. : Hlla.-, Whitmore Pt. N. S Sil.i-. Whilmorr . ... S. J A'ton Dnnicl I.m.y Harris N. N W. S.E. E !_ ?.E. N.E. E. S.W. TOWNSHIP 10 RANGE 26 Unknown N.E. N.E. Un''.i.owti E. N.W. N.W. Winston Wood S. S. \Vin : ''on Wood 1'a'. Livingston Pt. S put Livingston S. Uo^'Ha Stnrr I Archie Marshall Pt. W. TU'Ui Nelson Pt. S It. C. Gamble ,)r N E. S.W. S. S,E. ;E. S.E. W. IVt 9,E< S.E. E. N.W. W. S.E. .E. S.W. Mr;;. John Dlllakay Pt N.W. I S Wosson Kannie Marshall Pt. N W. n. Cowling Pt. N. Dock Stuart S l)uk« McFnddln .. . N W. M. Wishart N Ci. T,. Kins S.E. N TOWNSHIP 11' Stun White : II. L. Harmon S Doc Stuart , N S, N.W. E. N.E. W. N.W. .E. S.W. •E. W. S.E. S.E. E. N,E, WEST 2 14 14 14 14 u u 15!§' l| l l Vf re 10 16 18 23 23 23 23 20 29 29 29 30 33 9.50 90. 00 380 40 120 20 00 32.50 100 40 140 30 90 ll 50 20,50 290 16.50 100 11.66 00 1.70 20 4.15 15 19.50 250 80 600 40 300 10 30 40 120 5 15 15 45 40 140 40 140 17 70 40 120 100 010 20 80 WEST. .„ 1 1 2 5 7 7 U 13 13 15 20 22 23 32 32 35 35 30 RANGE 26 WE Pt N.E. .13. S.W. :ic. st,w. Henry White ' N.E. S.fc. .1. H. Sipes '....-. W. S.y. Clnud Couch Pt. S.E. S.W- O. B. Cheatham :..,. Pt. S E. N.W. Clytie Cheatham N 1848 E 329 EM; N,W. D. D. Cheatham .... 459' E788' N.E, N,W. Oncathn Cheatham EMi W28' N.W. N.W. 1 2 4 13 17 20 20 20 26 20 40 120 20 00 20 80 80 370 2 6 40 160 80 • 540 1.50 105 14 45 40 260 51 23S 80. 320 • 16.66 65 ... 35 100 40 120 40 240 40 160 10 50 20 100 4X> 300 40 200 40 160 80 320 8.50 580 14 55 14 55 14 55 14 50 Ruby Bradley Efia N. S.W- N.W. W8n S.E. N.E. . "i • i-.( 29 »i oo Ethel B. Trotter . .. E14a W22a S.E Wllllo Davis N.E, S . N.W. .W. Willie Davis N Yt S»E. S*W. Toss Trotter N,E. Cul Porter S. ff Melrec & Peggy Hamilton Pt S Unknown ... Pt. W ^*i£f* N.'B. .B. N.I. S. N.E. P. W. Hawthorne est N.E. S.W. P. W. Hawthorne est. WV4 TOWNSHIP 12 W. M Rosenbnum White i Co • S S.K. 26 26 26 27 27 ?9 30 d2 3? RANGE 26 WE .E'. ! N!'. Mary Stuart N. N.W. S.E. Mary Stuart S. S.W. S.g. Vurdlc U White S. N.^/. S.E. Verdie L. White N. S.W.-S.E. Lulredn Cheatham g». N..E. Hobort Hood C. R. Hamilton .., O. H. Bristow Pt F Y. Trimble * r l •w. > "§^ IVYT. '' NE N.E. I,. 1C. & Mattie OuathousePt. S'.W. N.E. Rolls & Geordla Graham Pt 1 s. Reru Hill : ^V- . t Don Hill • Pt N. N.E. ^.& E N.E. Allen & Verslc Muldrow .... Pt, N. N^G. W. Gilbert ^ G. W. Gilbert Pt. TOWNSHIP 1 Scot; Porter W pt. Ellen Smith W P»John Everette _ . ... . S9u ' ¥^4 JN.'fc. i R' 5;w. t iff*! «JF- Ml* ft* l?*n; S W ,.'P*S* L-rST* .1 12 n 14 U 14 21 «' 21 24 28 SO 31 14 55 40 160 10 40 40 220 20 60 1.75 75 ,.50 5 40 120 80 240 81.93 370 40 160 20 80 2t) 130 20 80 20 130 30.50 200 30 120 80 240 2 10 40 160 ,1.50 10 2.75 70 . i. 31 2 iO 31 *1 l 3l ¥ 28 S i¥ il *y 4 40 1 .55 80 3$ 8 30 * 8T i ; io 1 1 ,}U '.'.12 25 :< 9 125 UVJlltL *-* » *- * »• * »»• •" ' : 'WA ft lleriry & Jewellcn Baker Pt. S H. Smith .. Everette L. Nelson ....... Jim Jones ..... W. M- Temple Solam Benson Solan* Benson TOWNSHIP j R. McJunkin W. 11. Bradley R M. 4 C, Addlson Walter Walker R. F. Bradley U. F. Bradley ' LeRoy Neal Julius Johnson Qus Rose«bevg W. L. Ellis if Co W. L. Ellis & Co Janus Whitmore Henry if B. 8- Henry Brunson Luttcia Brown Luticia Brown Jauu'.s Adam Jani.' v ' Adam James Adam Howard Hiwdman C. P. Kuigjhton Spates, & Frleks Joo Jackson Jot- Jackson J. H. Wallace TOWNSHip o Pt. S.E. Brunson V -- Pt. " 6.00 .87 6.00 1.08 5.54 5.54 10.89 10.00 5.10 7.78 10.45 9.50 8.67 2.65 6.00 7.78 7.78 R.22 .87 10.24 10JM 10.00 9.50 •7.78 11.12 1.09 2.43 1.54 6.00 7.78 4.21 3.10 8.67 4.95 18.83 6.39 3.52 5.43 7.35 4.95 3.04 14.52 5.43 3.52 1.61 1.30 12.61 29.36 15.00 2.08 0.39 1.30 2.81 7.35 7.35 3.99 6.39 25.91 3.95 5.60 3.12 3.95 in.91 .86 7.'25 22.93 5.68 2.81 11.37 10.34 13.85 . 3.33 5.43 10.55 7.25 2.71 4.77 13.02 8.90 7.UO 13.85 24.57 2.92 2.92 2.92 2.82 3.04 3.04 ,'«7.60 '2,39 ;10;21 3.26 3.91 .87 5.60 10t55 • «. 15;91 7.S5 3.95 fl.Ol 3.95 0.01 . 8.80 5,60: • 10.55 1.00 7.25 1.09 3.74 1.09 • 2.43 3.10 18.02 1.98 1.07 • 1.71 5.94 .86 5.30) 8.27 1.91 l 5.73 19.28 9.12 21.82 , 6.44 1.54 5.54 • 2.43 .87 .87' .87 14.45 5.1(J 7.33 2.87 2.87 3.33 4.21 5.54 8.56 7.78 6.00 3.32 2.87 7.78 1.91 1.98 1.0.9 7.33 Name of Owner P«rts 0< Section Mrs D. P. Ei C, HalUburton . Henry M Carney $ UO B. D. Hefner 1. 9 M. Carney N ME Bryw L 8 N«4 li Halnworth Merchant L 4 John Hubbard S'i L 10 Freddie Moss L 1 L 2 F. T. May L 1 & 2 Ruth Turner L 10 Rltter Bradley L 1 GiloF Aubrey L 5 Mr,i)!o Chambers L 1 A Connie Cox L 7 St R OHvcr Douglas L I & 2 Blk. 1 Blk. 1 Blk. 3 Blk. 4 Blk. 7 Blk. 8 Blk. 8 Blk. 9 .. Blk. 10 Blk. 13 "ANDRE3 ADDITTION L. J. Thompson L 1 to 8 Blk. A L. J. Thompron L 1 & 2 .Blk. B J C Baker W'A L 2 E '/4 all L 3 ... Blk. C ANDERSON ADDITION Mi-? W. E. Porterfield L 4 & 13 Blk. 1 Mary Porter-field L 14 & 15 Blk. 1 BEARDS ADDITION A. E. Stonequist W 75 E 245 L 1 Blk. 5 A. A. Holbert S r18 N HO L 5 Blk. 6 S n8 N 100 L 0 Blk. ti John Sikes W'.b L 2 Blk. 7 Gus Gllmorc pt L 1 Blk. 10 Lula Noble pt L 5 Blk. 10 W. i Hattie Boozer pt L 5 Blk. 10 Booker T. Washington L 12 13 14 15 .... Blk. 11 BEVERLY HILLS M. C. Baker L 34 Hopn Builders Supply L 13 Hope Builders Supply S li L 0 Unknown L 5 . Unknown L G Unknown L 7 Unknown L 8 Unknown L 9 Unknown L 10 Blk. 3 Blk. 4 Blk. 5 Blk. 6 Blk. 0 Blk. 0 . ' Blk. 0 Blk. 0 Blk. 6 BRIANT'S ADDITION J. A. Gulley L 0 7 8 9 , Blk. C BROOKWOOD ADDITION John W. Williams W pt L 15 & 10 .... Blk. 26 F. Y. Trimble L 2 Blk. 34 Carl Howell L 3 EVi L 4 Blk. 37 Gilson Ross Wi/i L 5 all 6 Blk. 38 BROWN'S 2ND ADDITION Quoen Trotter W pt L 1 Ed Highlower 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 Augusta & Mattie Bell Bention L 7 .... Blk. 1 Ada Smith L 3 Blk. 2 Matthew & Adena Smith L 4 Blk. 2 Charlie Reed L 1 Blk. 4 Ed ft Ada Stay L 3 Blk. 4 Ernestine Simpson L 5 Blk. 7 J. P. Brundidgc L 4 & 5 Blk. 9 CUE Carter L 3 Blk. 10 Lillle Mae Ragland L 2 Blk. 11 Alfred Yergcr L 4 Blk. 11 Will & Ophelia Logan L 1 Blk. 12 Dorsey Williams L 2 & 3 Blk. 12 Sj'nira Holyfield L 4 & 5 Blk. 12 COLLEGE ADDITION FtOvi Cook S'-J L 3 Blk. 4 Mrs. Maude Campman W NW SE Blk. 20 CORNELIUS' ADDITION Alvesta Ferguson I, 9 Blk. 3 CORNELIUS HEIGHTS P. W. Townsend S 9 Blk. Ray Allen E V-j L 12 Blk. FAIRVIEW ADDITION j; M. Allen L 2 Blk. J. M. Allen L 4 F. Y. Trimble L 8 J. M. Allen L 9 to 13 J. M. Allen L 1 E % L 2 Alonzo Durham L 14 J. M. Allen L 1 to 4 J. M. Allen L 0 J. M. Allen L 8 to .1* -,» J. M. Allen 'ZfaJ^ Blk. Blk. Blk. .^-Blk. v-';BlH- -Elk, Dora Turner L 28 L. E. Scott L 11 «.:.... Florence Bradley L 12 Mrs. May Smith L 1 & 2 Magaline Custer L 4 James & Dora Bocne L 7 Mattie V. Smith L 9 Lou Ellen Carter L 1 Mary Paxton Lt 9 pi 10 .. Florene Bradley L 5 & 6 Perry Jackson L 2 & 3 .. Tom Green L 5 & 6 Perry & Perline Jackson L 11 .. A. R. McKinlcy L 3 FOSTERS Emma Evans W L. B. Moore L 5 Blk. 1 .....:^-.. Bik. i ...>,,:.. Blk. 2 ....::.. Blk. 2 Blk. 3 Blk. 3 Blk. 0 Blk. 6 Blk.' 7 Blk. 8 ;... Blk. 8 Blk. 8 Blk. 10 ADDITION 150 140 200 180 120 100 120 100 GO 30 80 20 400 100 100 1100 100 50 600 700 500 200 30 30 ' 15 30 30 3U 30 3030 80 115 30 375 1200 100 65 125 10 15 30 30 30 30 30 200 00 155 180 30 155 210 230 800 400 310 25 30 15 15 20 50 20 200 40 10 - 80 y 130 ;,liOO 270 500 CO 150 120 330 400 300 300 300 125 GOO Blk. 2 700 & WINGFIELD ADD Harold B. Williams L 2 3 11 G' IL ES White Star 850 1440 Will Helton L 3 & 4 Willie Annie B. F. Mitchell , Ermcrine Gco. ,-/'' -, •'>•"•''•'«*.•; Ruth Cheatham; LJ4 ..•:...:...•-• Rbqseyelt Garl^nd'L 11 12 13 Curtis .Monk L 5..„.;.•!; •• L,;'C. Monk I. e-V^B 9 10 ... " ' L 9- & 10 .„«,, rison. L 13 & 14 .... P/;.Soj6tt L 9 Blk. ... ; .,.... v .. . '2 • & 2 ....... ................. gjf- ° .:..^.:;..^- ......... •- ........ ' Br f*L,.° K1 GK01R5(! GROVE. ADPITIOr4 Blk. Blk. .... -Blk. ... Blk. ilk. . Blk. 4 • Blk. 9 HILL8i ADDITION „.,..^. -Parker L 5 -, ^}^- \ ftB ^ rS ° nL19 H,LL CREST ADDIT^N '. .Jplm : B.... Jordan L 7 •. ;. Blk. fy, • v Jotin-B.' Jordan L 1 Blk,- 8 ' HALCOMB'S SURVEY ' Ramon Varner L 33 & 34 : Blk. TOWNSHIP 12 RANGE 2V R. L. Richards - pt S _SW. v £7 D C a'isy 8 Sion 50 x io6"pt P SW i Harry fe John Sullivan L 8 pt Edward "laoydy;-'.:.?.. ......... Pt Grace Coleman.^if,.....^-;--'.-^ Thomas AJvin Lockard ..r.-pj 100 40 30 100 5 300 60 200 395 300 425 25 5 5 20 .-:,' 50 '".40 450 .16 20 .20 20 .32 100 .25 350 7.82 9.26 6.39 5.43 6.39 5.43 3.52 2.08 4.48 1.63 19.79 5.43 5.43 53.28 5.43 3.04 29.30 34.14 24.57 10.22 2.08 2.08 1.36 2.08. 2.08 2.08 2.08 2.08 2.08 4.48, 0.15 2.08 18.59 58.07 5.43 3.7Q 6.03 1.12 1.36 2.08 i 2.08 * 2.08 2.08. 2.08 10.22 3.52 8.00 9.26 2.08 8.06 10.09 11.63 ' 38.93 j 19.79 * 15.48 1.85 2.08 1.30 1.36 1.61 3.04' 1.61 10.22 L09 4.48 6186 1.71 15.00 29.36 13.56 24.57 3.52 7.82 ••' 6.39; 16.43 i. 19.79 15.00 15,00 15.QO 6.63 29.36 34.14 41.32 69.95 5.43 2.56 2.08 5.43 .89 15.00 3.52 .10.22 19.55 15.00 20.99 1.85 , November 1, 19S2 HOfl STAR, MOPE, A t K A N S A 1 SOCIETY Pnoni 7-84S1 B«tw««n I A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Monday, November 3 ' Circles of the VVSCS of the First Methodist Church will moot Monday afternoon, November ;j, at 3 o'clock as follows: Circle 1 at the boruQ of Mrs. E. D. Galloway; ,rcle 2 at the home of Mrs. J. Perkins with Mrs. W. T. Franks o'o-hostess; Circle 3 at the home If Mrs. Uick Watkms; and Circle at.the church with Mrs. Ralph Smith and Mrs. Henry Hitt us hostesses. j the rummage sale as previously announced lor Saturday, Novem- 1.61 3.04 1.61 M&S J. F. McDowell ,.;. Norman Moore Francis Wurd Delton Houston ••-•MF*»a»,*rI ;s;:v "wir Ranee Mctcalf *.?£???$* S.W' Nfi Bob Elmore '4v Pt $* r 'H& Francis Ward .-. pt SW NE Minerva Phillips :.-. pt SW NE Geitha & Albert Bishop pt SW NE L. F. Stuckey Roy & Lexie Johnson J. L. Anderson 0*o. Waddle J pt SW. NE pt SW NE pt SW NE pt SW NE D. W. McMillan Susr.n Beard Ollio La Grand UIIK i^a ui* pt NE NW Est pt |^ Pt NE SE 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 & 4 •» 4 J5& 150 €«5 25 ';50 50 )' 15 .40 COO .16 1000 .80 50 .17 300 .14 500 .17 300 .17 200 1.26 100 .40 1000 .15 25 LONDON ADDITION Clarence & Jannie Phillips E 50 1- 7 BUc. Addie Houston W 50 L 13 Martha Phillips SS4 L 2 Jaek Cannon1 ^ 3 David Gillis L 3 Mattie i Joe Woods L 6 David GUlis 3.20 210 25.18 600 .48 400 15,00 24,57 15.00 10.22 8,43 48,50 ' 1.85 10.69 29.46 19.79' MAGNOLIA L. A. Clark L 1 & 2 Mardy Lee Deason L 5 & 6 Hv.pe Hdwe C. L 9 & 10 MAYERS Isaac & Corine Collier L .13 Geo. Coleman L 19 CuUe* Jackson L 22 Guthri* Norwood L 23 tee Stuart L 28 N Vt L 29 NICHOLS ADDITION Comodore Hendrix L 15 Blk. Rosebwo Si Nathan Hendrix L 18 Blk Owen E. Evans L IT Tyr<ee WiiUams L 3 The Executive Board of the WO' men of the Church' will meet at 11 a.m. Monday followed by a luncheon at noon. Accusations Hurled by Both Sides By RELMAN MORlN EN ROUTfc WITH EISENHOW- KH i* — Gcn..Dwight D. Elscn- bi;r 1. • i huwcr headed for Chicago by plane j today after three hard-driving days Mrs. H. R. Forslcr of Shrcvcporl, in New York where he said, in a Louisiana, will arrive today for a. climactic speech, the Democrats visit with her mother, Mrs. L. W. arc trying to destroy him with a Young. super-smear. • i "They have made wild'charges Airman 1-e Clarence Walker USN' spread vile rumors, and played who is serving aboard the carrier, USS Lake Chamberlain, is spend- s.iid. fast and loose with the truth," he ing a fifteen day leave with his parents, Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Robert The November 3 Hope Ministerial Alliance will have a special prayer service for our country and for guidance in the national election on Monday, November 3, at 5:45 p.m. at the St. Mark's Episcopal Church. All the citizens of Hope arc asked to come to this special service to ask God's help for our country and for guidance. Mrs. D. B. Russell, Jr., of Dallas has returned to her home after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H anvil. I The Democrats turned their fire Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thornton of on him. personally, Eisenhower Helena, Oklahoma, are guests of j said, when they failed to prevent their nephew, Charles Hurrell and i the unification he claims has taken "They arc determined to destroy me; to'destroy my life-long friendships, my reputation, my spirit. "This lias been some campaign: il has been shocking." Eisenhower hurled tHcsc charges last night at a rip-roaring GOP in Madison Square ..Garden. Mrs. Harrell. Band Auxiliary will meet r their regular monthly meeting at 7:30 Monday night at Cannon Hall. All band mothers arc urged to attend. Sharply Lashes Private Power Tuesday, November 4 Thu'VFW Auxiliary will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 at the Hut for a . social meeting. Hostesses will be Mrs. Lorraine Blackwood and Mrs. Elsie Hall. t Garland Brownie Troop under e leadership of Mrs. J. W. Franks and Mrs. M. I. Dillard. will meet LITTLE HOCK. I/PI — The executive manager of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association said here today that private power; companies "in this area are not only after blood, but they are after all our blood." Clyde T. Ellis, a former Arkansas congressman, speaking at a four-slate rtgional meeting of electric co-operative leaders, described the Arkansas Power and Light Co. and the Southwestern Gas and Electric Co., as the No. 1 and No. ^ enemies of ruial electrification. Kllis .--aid the existence of co-ops hinges largely on the out come place in the Republican party. He said he w;,sn'l greatly perturbed on any personal basis. Recalling that the last Nazi pro I,aj;andists, Joseph Gotbbels and Julius Streichcr. and more recently the Russian "poison pen artists", hAvc d Hacked him, the general grinned: "I have been worked over by Quick Thinking Prevents a Near Disaster WASHINGTON (W) — A voter- nn diplomat received n hlah State .Department award todny rof flf*- vontlnfl a cm.ed vls» applicant from sloylnc embassy offlciilli In Chile with a homemade bomb. Cnmden N. McLaln of QoodvL Vs., wit a one of more than l(k department ptflclnU and dlplbmi tic service omployes honored lor outstanding performance. The Distinguished Service highest State Department aware went to Jacques J. rtelnnteln o Snvannnh, an., for "skill and Im agination" In hclnlnu work otit-lhc problems of West Germany's crfHi Ing freedom. McLaln, now a consul.In Mexico is on duty In Koroa. He closed by reasserting: "1 have made no deals in this campaign. "No onc> has a claim on me. "No one has a promise from me. "No one has captured me. "1 am my own man." The groat arena was jammed. Edward Miller, head of the security forces for the building, fixed the attendance at 23,000. Gov. Adlai Stevenson, the Dem ocralic candidate, also filled the Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 4, at 4. court battles for the right to gen- o'clock at the Little House at Fair • eratc of integrate public power. park Janice Builev will be hostess. AP&L and Southwestern were Wednesday, November 5 The Jonn L'ain Chapter of ttte Daughters of American Revolution will be hostess to>a Silver Tea at the home of the regent, Mrs. Dick f atkins, 404 East 14th, Wednesday ov. 5, from 3:30 to 5:30. Proceeds will..be, used for the restoration ot the Old Slate House in Little Rock. private companies fought plans of Arkansas co-ops to Uiilcl a generating plant nt Ozark 'Ihrf controversy is pending before liie Arkansas Supreme Court. About 500 co-op leaders from Ark-.\ns;is, Louisiana. Missouri and Oklahoma are attending the two drew greater attendance could not be determined, since where were unknown numbers o standees to hear both candidates. This was Eisenhower's blue chip effort iii the New York area. \-hich will continue tomorrow. November 7 World Community Day will be observed by the Council of United Church Women on November 7 in the Episcopal Church at 3 p.m. Women are asked to bring warm clothing I'- rmfants and children under six years of age. These •^Baskets for Peace" will be sent to the children in Korea. NO KISSES NEW YORK (UP) — A well By ED CREAGH ABOARD TRUMAN TRAIN IN .; Ohio, i,Vi — President Truman to day accused Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower of making a reckless and cynical attempt to get votes by dividing the nation over the Korean issue. The President said Eisenhower, Rcpublian candidate for president dress-eel young man who stole ?uuj .neiiuuuuu uuuuiunn- iui pi-vaiuum , M-.d a kiss from candy saleslady, played a major role in shaping L Kathleen Taylor returned ycsler-; the very foreign policy which the 1 ' ciay for more of the same. I yencral now is condeming. Instead of kiss and cash, how-. After repeating a previous state- the bandit got cash andiment that Eisenhower recommend- 'Good Time' Kidnapper Is Captured DARSTOW, Fia. Iffl—Multlp charges of urmcd robbery kldnir inn ami nuto thoft today, were f cd against 11 self-styled mnnli nnd his convict pnl whose wl clash for freedom ended at a cross lads barricade 20 miles nor of .Incksonvllln. Jamos Francis Hill, 31, former inmate at .nn insane asylum, WHS hold on three charges of armed robbery, three counts pf kidnap- throe of auto theft and one of Snyder inCrdS of Charge , .a sv* T Tl»y,t • churjo tydol" ftep. JohtiiW sin, A mittee, which his v in iil.so was filed ngnlnat him. James Douglas, tho convict, fnc- —— 1 two counts of kidnaping, three of armed robbery, three of auto theft und one of escape, I wns Rlvon a superior service or cnlmly holding tho vliH hppl nnt nt bi\v (or more thnn tw ours so tho embassy could "in-od, Wlicn the Chilean flnull ^plodccl the homha no ohe iv« uirt. Robert Lee Mllels, Ccri'o Oord 11,, rctflvod n posthumous «Uper< ir sor'vlcc nward tor Jiving hl.i > to snmc his co-workers during fire In nn embassy building In PURRIV, Korea, In Novombor, 1951. Hnrold J, Noble, now o business: nun In Fairfax, Cnl,, wa« given o superior service citation - tor cpurngcmm service In the Amcrh can cmhHRBy at Seoul, where n« wns first secretary, during , corn' nnmlst Invasion, Jack S. Connoly, ctanartnienl ncwsrccl nnd special events chief fn,m Wcllcsloy, Mnss, t«««IV<Kl Ihr snmc award for.svork. m KWfliU and also for taking films that Iddny titled Die lenders In a Colombtarj upi-lslnu three yours »(to. All toKothcr, thoro w«ri t7 perlor service nsvnrds, 28 morl^orf li us service citations, 111 'COW 1 inendnblo itorvlco cortlfl»to«t '»n(1 34 within grade salary Increadoal Besides McLnln, Relnsteln,, Mi- Ucls nnd Noble, Others oltod 'for superior service Included! Mrs. Ruth Harvey, formerly of Dos Mnlnos. la., for .helping, lalo foreign diplomatic travel head of the department's trans- portatlon branch. day: 1. Thai Uie,Truftliin. lion U «ltomjitth|(-,* .y up" of revfchue 2. Thftt ._,_.. John B,,''DunUp'i, .,. „ d^quallllos him ffbrn,,hj "Strongly Indtc^ " ' aided cleanup of-t Internal HoVenue ever, c.i light. Mrs. Doris Emerich, the owner Friday, November ^ Building for Last The program, «-.-„ --- I m in ing Peace," of the Council of Uni- 0 , al . a i;,,. m . After snaicning ted, Church Women will be giver *' tue cash ,. c gi slt . r , Henr, in the Episcopal Church Friday ^ n 2? lh(J thie£) wa ikod in afternoon, November 7, at 3 o clock. At this meeting "jackets for peace" will be received. ftNotice .; The VFW Auxiliary will not have- 01 the candy store, was on duty yesterday and when the holdup entered she pressed a bur- snatching $127 Henry Wil- into the 'waiting arms of a policeman. the nifiht, cnch on foot They were listed as Hubert Gnnn. 23, Hill's "old buddy at the Florida prison; flobort Key, Zfl. conviclud: buritlnr; and Ulcna'4 Schmidt, 30 year old convicted rob* her. led tiotnlntoifml^'jNlK^ tiwwt Y«rk fcOTWWCS by iiin mm MHWWW . s v ' _ .. . .l.r L Vi i '« ±V*\ fMf^ Dun with not abandoning. Urrt, The ftur^W'. twi^l" t._ nu frATY) V*»»»>»i»l n*»l o'ji. thot'lt WWl Chinese in the United States jhave only about 60 different family clan names, of which Chan, Wong and Lee are the most common. * SApGER 2- FEATURES - ed the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Korea, a step Eisenhower has described as tragically wrong the President said: "He's been trying to squirm out of that one ever since. "He even went so far x x x as. to deliberately misquote and falsl fy the record. "That was a cheap trick that he must have learned, from his new gutter playmate and political ally, Joe McCarthy." Truman spoke in Toledo the home town of Michael V. DiSalle who served as federal price con trolfcr until he resigned earlier this year to run for .the U. S. Senate SCOUTS RING OUT THE VOTE-Just before eiceticn any, ycu can expect to see one of these Liberty Bell posters attached to your doorknob. The Boy Scouts of America will distribute them across the nation as part of their non-partisan "Get Out the Vote" campaign, which is being conducted In cooperation with tht Freedom Foundation. BAilTOW, Fla. (0>)— JnmoB cis Hill, widely souitbt kidnaper and one-time Inmate of a hospital for the Insane, freed tour oortvloM from a state prison road Bang In DOROTHY DIX Parents' Query JACKSONVILLE, Fin. (UP) — The "jjood tlinu" crime tour of .fames -(Three-Gun) Hill, a self- si.vlcd manioc, ended today when he and a convict he hud freed at gunpoint ran into a police 1 roadblock, ,, The man who hnd terrorized motorists In three states for almost three weeks gave up meekly, although he wus heavi'v nrinuti "I hat) a good lime while It liist- eci." Hill said us troopers- rushed the bandit cur with drawn guns. _ ., His lost two kidnap victims were I tho 1 greatest manhunt In thU arei with him and James Douglas, the in recent years', ' convict, when the end came. Tho Several hours after tho break one c-uple, abducted ut Slarko, Fla,. of the fugltlveii, Richard SchmldU were identified us Pfc. .Robert H. 211, was cautfht In tho dragnet, bl^t Tarrah, of MucDill Field, Tampa, Hill and. the throe others ,nicl Miss Marilyn Cummlngs of at large. "" '" Imp«rlall9m'.'unj careWliy* n diirlns raid yesterday; The brush escapade, of skinny ex-convict, who has been described by his kidnap victims at a "three-gun maniac," tOUchftd otl In a thc|von» irror, Dear Miss Dix: Our daughter is just 19. She met a young man at that! —acts. I'-haps «'« w U meet lhat sue doesn't lose all social oov. V (Ui KV. , . Sheriff Hagan Parrlnh said t tho no., a dance last April, und since time has been dating him four or! else who attracts her at- ' FILMED IN INDIA! "THE^UNGLE' .'at 10 run 101 .me u. o. 0^*40^^- -- . . i,,iil um gainst GOP Sen. John W. Bricker. five n! B hts a week, the other niKhtb i«-» »• •The dollar is not worth as much it is phone conversations. U.eyj 1 :-l e is pliiu to announce their em;;i(.',»-••! with the enKa«einent, as it used to be," Truman said, "But people have a lot more of them tFian they ever had under any Republican administration." ment shortly. My husband and l ( ;!i aei-i'ully as possible and don't both think she should go out w other youiiH men and enjoy herself before settling down. The b".v SUNDAY & MONDAY Thai Lived Beyond the Deadline!, ,.,"•( ^*-* ^. ^ V ONE MINUTE TO ZERO "Kate-it /•/*-< MITCHUM • BLYTH Gambling Law Termed Useless WASHINGTON, Wl—The law that was to force most gamblers to pay heavy taxes or put them out of business-one year old today-has done ..neither in its first year. Frank Lohn, chief of the Internal Revenue Bureau's intelligence di vision, in an interview summing up a year's administration ol the law said it has brought in only a fraction of the expected revenue and has, not materially reduced gambling. The government collected prob ably less than nine million dollars in taxes, compared with congressional estimates the take might be worry. Thyre isn't much you cua the boy himself has approval that is a very irn- . s only 21 and has been out of si i- ' J.M t.ihi point. The marriage can be vice six months. We can't talk l,i ; |.nsi|,<mcd more readily since it in ler on this subject without an ar voives expense and planning. By gumenl. She won't talk, just puuls ihe limu they are ready for the Highway Patrol Lt. J. W. Began bl-yoar-old Hill, whd combs ihl» said Hill nnd Douglas left three short ha|r straight down overju)! earlier kidnap victims at Slarko in forehoao', has been definitely their parked station wagon. They titled. as the man who were identified as Clifford Flotch- the break. - er, his wife and their daughter. He ssld Hill, a Florida px-ccrr> Hill's penchant for exchanging vlct and former Inmate ol thft curs often was a characteristic of Massachusetts State Hospital tor his adventure. None of tho kidnap Insane, staged tho raid to release victims were harmed and one, a an old prison pal, James Douglas, squirrel hunter nabbed In Tenr.*B- 30, and another friend, Hubert WHS given food before being Ganrt, 23 and sulks. We have nothing aijuiiisl Bidding, will doubtless accept the lad, only we think they too young. My daughter has fact that they are meant for rh other. contributes some a good job, money to Hit-'; house taut has plenty left for cloth-; live in i)ix: My' wile's peo the .same apartment we do. They arc very ,., . r ,'i,iju,->t: ,,;> wt» un. t ,n-j ...x. . ~. j cs and pleasure. She: wan U f.. , inionult . d ulld nolhi „« l do see.m nothing. We are very interested HU ' ° • her future and certainly don't want. lo see her make a mistake so early in life. them. They are in ipiiitrnunt every night when hum lucked in the trunk of a car. L-KUU ... u.u »-u,m ui a t «,,. , DoUfiiOS, BCfVlntf 69 y«8M lW Police In Tennessee, Georgia and armed robbery and second degree Florida breathed easier as word of murder,, and Qann, doing wTW tin; capture wns posucd around, years for grand larceny, cllmbwj An li.Vman police team, directed into un escape car »8 Hill ftf by 20 KIM ngonts'flown to tho »ung on the. two «ang BUarw. area of the search, had been look. Two other convict*, Schmidt and In.- all nlfiht for the pair. Uobert Key, Jolnc4 them In the A lui«c posse meanwhile cup-1 fc'i oak, Schmidt was serving 10 t\ JtllAT*- J/UOOV IllUftMWilftlU ""ft t ~-T~T™ —^^--7 ' - __ fl lured three fugitive convicts Hill >vars for burglary and Key live left behind after swooping down t have asked my wife to re- est that they restrict their visits Answer: f heartily agree with to the daytime when I'm not arou- fcr armed robbery. ,on a prison work detail" and free-1 Hill, wanted fro » Jj 1 *" 58 ;^ ««t ing. four captives from their guards 81'fcu In Georgia and TciweWW through the week-1 al gunpoint. . U«»8t wcck "WMHf Which AC- WOIUUED PARENTS, Answer: f heartily agree vvim lo tiie daytinie wnc-n I'm noi arou- £un menlac.' was "ncqviiy armea wuiyuw w. you on the theory that young puo- ,,d, but she says I'm unreasonable, i and dangerous" but surrendered 'aw, N.V., pie should not go steady at too ' J. W. I without usina his pistol pr sawed- hw MI; on Sheriff Hagan Parrish said Hill, U->pe.d ond robbed a wore oj 31-yeui-old self-proclaimed "three- sons eoductcd Jshnny /rwh. maniac." was "hcqvlly armed Bartow winter fOlWent from BUI- surrendered \tato, N.Y., and forced Wm W •100 million. And, Lohn said, instead of be- RlALTO • LAST TIMES TODAY * • BIG DOUBLE FEATURE • ing forced out of business, gamblers "have just gone underground." However, he added the law is a "deterrent to the gambling frater mly." Immediately after it went into effect he said there was a large j scale suspension of activity along j with a dive underground. ! "We know of places where gam- 1 bling is still slowed up," Lohn add- itd. pi early an age, and should postpone j Anawtl . : Kvery man has a right an engagement until they are m:i-' l(1 ms ()wtl |-., nru . a t the end ol a ture enough to realize tne respuu- • ( j a y' s w ,,rk and, since your In-laws sibilities m mainagc. However, n; ai . L , ul . oun d all day, I certainly is quite another thing to eonvmci:; lhj|lk ( . wj , e uoultl b( , the young people, us more thai 11 "* • • ....... , -.- . - - - .... enough lo let you have peace one ianuiy can testify. AppareiiUy | , u ,,i e ht. you have exhausted every argu-' < merit at your command, and the' ]Jear Mj .. s Dix; j am 18| e ngag- futility of your effforts is pruol (d l(J , je malT j c . c i i tut wonder some enough that youth is headstrong - in its determination to heetl no our My could be a of I- shotgun, A*llll WAS WWMH»#» «*• W »%TB»-«»»TI» I --T -r • J '._ napings staged lost week In Fieri- on a country road to\»r mije* da, Georgia and Tennessee. Doug- »B»<- 0* n* 1 " 0 «"* PW^MtWO lob wa» serving 49 years, 2Q pf to "turn to town them lor slaying a fellow Inmate Trl«h ^ < *"«». „ at the Florida State prison, to kill me but thfl ofiww State troopers captured HllJ and wrp put of M.' • Douglas at one of many border The re|4 sppftrently w»i , 4 opdblocks they rtf«bed to throw up well In «4v*g«,«?, Ai 0»*y after the pair headed north, «'pp<. away from „, After the break, HH1 w»* *« was sought In 80 rob-kld- four convict* got out pi TrW»'« CW fiance ... qu j te Mbly _ ri an couple ««UaW O«WI hfeti dtooH ^^ -^ - — — — •— i NFfflbOBIUii >in Tomahawk Territor "Corp. Dolon Goes A.W.O.L, COLOR CARTOON & SERIAL SUN.-MON.-TUES. FAYETTEVILLE <*l — Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. Republican nominee for president, re, ceived a 30-vote majority over the I Dfcinociatic candidate, Gov. Adlai 1 i Stevenson, in a mock election at , the University of Arkansas yester- | The vote was Ik<>, 357; Steven ! son. 327; and Stewart Hamblen i anJidatt of the Prohibition Par ! ty, 2. Approximately one sixth o 1 the student body participated. . «vi..i x.r,r, i^/, iicwH in .1*. ( ,.i«* i Harrum Ba*u iivitv wt >*«^ v»**** i ***•* Y^^^wifTT-rw4*™ ***»*" t ?w t <,-<*•'r only course that can be Ubcd to L have buMl brought up In a quiet, | ^[^°"J , ^ V0 get out o| GeorglO »¥ ftMW «f,WffclPtofJH keep young people apait ana, u. ,j n;;s - <urn j,jg liome. He seems tPj'-''''rr" atrolled ' Polk WPtUlly I CbsrWB HOI?W|M> 4tj4«Ylf'Pl w"*^ ^^^u^^£^'\S^ r^I^ r t?« 2 S werf eaptuM;^ .t « **»**. »rrep^ ^^^^ n»t won't work. In fact, it s a v.-ay.s, ' " n| _. ^t^^^^^mi~^^^im^^^U^Wfii^ii^Ui^ > iliSSSiillilSSilil oubtful solution in any case. 11 can use persuasion to postpone he engagement tor another year, ts about the most you can do. Ac- II BURNS FATAL JAYETTEVILLE. '.•ays. WOHBIED Answer: You have forecast your own future with admirable fidelity, man, you'll spend ts about te most you can o. - M.,,.,.^ lo ^,j s manj you'l spen tually the important thing is lo! y(>(11 . ever ,i, >B8 home alone with; the have the wedding date set far'. ( ,| )ll( j rc . n w j,.ji,. j,e goes out for What •:-fel UB- Mrs. t Mary D. Prater, 62, died at a Fay ateville hospital last night of burns suffered about tbre< ago in a fire at her home w D -landy Communjity (Mao.t $• enough in the future so that the, he COIlsi( j e rs his rightful g«u4 time boy will be equipped with a Jf 15 -1 Like the prospect? No? TU*B ' ' You might point out the fact that )the fcngagemi;tu . in order to get along in this highly Keleased by Bell Syndicate Inc. competitive world; he is going u>i need a good education. Having al-j ready done his bit in service at the > age of 21, he probably hasn't acquired much formal education a- GUESS WHO WON ANTONIO, Tex. (IJP> -* long the way, and there is "°| Charles Connolly, 46. was hospttaj gainsayipg the' feet that its lM)i | ued touay because of .a PflJttteS will b« $o*ely felt when he plans i ra . gt , rnc . nti : i a c»r*»r. ConnoUy said he wa* arfu.i»i If* often impossible to force a over the presidential raesf f l to J»ve other dat«s when nK-1 P«Wo U-pez, 28, Bxrtfc ira^j w ...-?S • <• ;;*, « ffet"Si jT^.ja J3 Oa

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