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WORCESTER DEMOCRAT AND THE LEDGER-ENTERPRISE f Published Every Friday at Pocomoke City, Maryland. EDWARD J. CLARKE, Editor and Owner $1.60 The Year In Advance. fetend at the Postoffice at Pocomoke City, Maryland, as Second Class Matter NATIONAL €DITORIAL_ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1942 PERSONS ADVISED TO APPLY FOR RATION BOOKS If They Wish To Obtain Coffee Under The New Plan In Effect On Sunday FULL EXPLANATION OF THE DIFFERENT NUMBERS Persons without War Ration Book No. 1 are advised to apply for one immediately at their nearest Wai Price and Rationing Board, if they wish to obtain coffee under the new rationing plan which goes into effect | on Sunday, November 29, the Office j of Price Administration announced ■ recently. War Ration Book No. 1 will have: to be surrendered eventually for the, consumer to receive War Ration Book No. 2, the all-purpose rationing book,: , so it is essential that everyone have j Book No. 1 whether or not he expects to purchase coffee or sugar. Con sumers who do not have the War Ra tion Book No. 1 must register for it before December 15, 1942. The first coffee stamp is Number 27 of Number One book. This will entitle each holder of War Ration Book No. 1, over 15 years of age, to purchase one pound of coffee during the five week period November 29, 1942, through January 3, 1943. Stamps numbered 20 to 28 have been deigned as coffee stamps, and will be valid in the order of 27, 28, 25, 26, etc., necessary because of the physi cal arrangement of stamps in the books. The retailer will handle the stamps just as he does for sugar, pasting them on sheets which he turns in to his supplier when he replenishes his stock. The November 22-28 “freeze” is intended to allow to take a coffee inventory and replenish his coffee supplies for sales under rationing. To 1 replenish supplies, he must do these things; 1. Take an initial inventory of the 1 amount he has on hand as of mid-1 night, November 21. He must in . elude the total weight of all mixtures , of coffee and other substances (chic ory, chick-pea) which are already mixed when he received them. If the retailer roasts green coffee, he must convert the weight of the green coffee into terms of roasted coffee by multiplying the weight of green coffee by 0.84. 2. Compute his “allowable inven-1 tory” a follows: If he owns only one retail store, ■ does not roast coffee, and sold less than 2,000 lbs of coffee during Sep tember, he has an “allowable inven-' tory” or one pound of coffee for each SIO.OO gross sales in September. If the retailer sold more than 2,000 Public Auction —OF VALUABLE— Personal Property Sarah W. J. Kelley, Executrix of Martin K. Kelley, deceased, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on the premises of the late Martin K. Kelley, near New Church, Virginia, on Friday, December 4, 1942, at 11:00 o’clock A. M., the valuable personal property of the said Martin K. Kel ley consisting- of farming equipment, and other articles of personal proper ty too numerous to mention; also, household and kitchen furniture. At 1:00 o’clock P. M. on the same date and place, the said Sarah W. J. Kelley, Attorney-in-fact for the heirs at-law of Martin K. Kelley, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder the real estate of the said Martin K t . Kelley, consisting of a house and lot at New Church, Virginia, and the farm on which he resided, containing 108 acres, more or less, improved with an eight-room house, adequate out buildings and two tenant houses, and valuable timber. For further information relative to the sales of the above properties, see posters thereof, the said Sarah W. J. Kelley, or H. Ames Drummond, her Attorney. Nov. 20-2 t. CHIRPS (Continued from Page 1) At five o’clock, we went over the top. Ten thousand Japs came at me. | The way they looked at me, you would I have thought I started the war. Our Captain yelled: “Fire at will!” But I did not know their names. 1 guess the fellow behind me thought II was Will, because he fired his gun i and shot me in the excitement. Local Board Submits Lists Of Inductees (Continued from Page 1) man Jack Robins, Snow Hill, Md.; Alfred Cato Jacobs, Flower St., Ber l lin, Md.; Fred Lee Purnell, RFD No. j 2, Pocomoke City, Md.; Raymond [ Smith, RFD No. 2, Berlin, Md.; Luth -1 er William Barnes, Snow Hill Md.; Harry Cephas Pitts, Berlin, Md.; Os car Vincent Warren, RFD No. 3, Ber lin, Md.; Henry James Johnson, RFD No. 2, Berlin, Md.; Covington Holland Bay St., Berlin, Md. pounds of coffee during September, he may have an “allowable inventory” of one pound for every pound sold in September (purchased in roasted form) plus three pounds for every pound roasted by him and sold in Sep tember, 1942. 3. By presenting “Purchase War rants” to his suppliers before Decem ber 5, he may buy coffee up to the ’ amount represented by his “allowable j ' inventory” less his “initial inventory.” 4. By December 21, he will be re quired to report to the local War Price ' and Rationing Board the amount of “allowable inventory” at the start of rationing, his “initial inventory” and “Purchase Warrant” transactions. This record must be on OP A Form 1202, which may be obtained at the Boards at a later date. The first allotment for institutional users will cover the period for No vember 22, 1942, through January 31, 1943. Institutions may buy coffee upon surrendering Coffee Purchase Certifi cates, obtainable from their Ration ing Boards. Pour cold gingerale over chilled, canned fruit cocktail in sherbert glasses. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express to relatives, friends and neighbors our sincere ap preciation for the kind consideration shown us during the death of our son, Ira E. Tull. The floral tributes, use of cars and the many expressions of sympathy tendered us, we are deeply j grateful. The family j Nov. 27-lt. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Household Furniture —AND— Personal Property j I will offer for sale at public auc i tion at the house where I now reside, I on the road from Pocomoke to Good i will about 1 mile from Goodwill on Tuesday, Dec. 8, 1942 Beginning at 10:00 A. M. the following personal property to wit: 1 refrigerator, 2 buffets, 3 bed ’ room suites, 1 kitchen range for wood or coal, 1 Wilson coal heater, 2 Axminster rugs, 1 parlor suite, ■ piano and bench, 1 radio, 6 leather bottom chairs, 1 victrola, 1 steel cot, I 1 hall rack, 1 antique chest of draw ;: ers, 3 linoleum rugs in good condi “ tion, 1 set silverware, 1 lot pictures, 2 cans lard, home cured meat, 1 lot _ J old corn, 1 corn sheller practically 1 new, 1 lot dishes, pots, pans and other j things too numerous to mention. , Terms of SaIe—CASH : I.ULU VIRGINIA MASON Auctioneer: W. E. Pettit. | Nov. 272tp. WORCESTER DEMOCRAT, POCOMOKE CITY, MARYLAND W RALPH POLLITT Graduate Auctioneer Keppcrt Auctioneer School Decatur, Indiana SALISBURY, MD. Phone 1821 F 31 Public Auction —OF— Dairy Cows, Feed and Equipment Having decided to discontinue; i Dairy Farming, I will sell at public j auction on what is known as the G. i T. Ward farm 2 1-2 miles west of- Girdletree on the county road leading; to Klej Grange on Monday, Dec. 7, 1942 at 10:30 A. M. my entire accredited herd of Dairy Cows consisting of: 15 MILK COWS 2 GUERNSEY HEIFERS 3 CALVES Also 1 Electric Drop in Cooling Unit, Milk Cans, Buckets, Etc. 40 TONS GOOD HAY 800 BASKETS CORN 1 xMANURE SPREADER If the weather is inclement sale will be held the first good day follow ing. JAMES L. REDDEN W. E. Pettit, Auctioneer Nov. 27-2tp. L. Paul Ewell, Attorney At Law PUBLIC SALE —OF VALUABLE— Business Property ON MARKET STREET * Under and by virtue of the author- | ity conferred upon me as attorney, I j will offer for sale at Public Auction j on Saturday, Dec. 5, 1942 At the hour of 3 o’clock P. M. In front of Hotel Pocomoke All that lot or parcel of ground in Pocomoke City, Maryland on the Southwest side of Market Street, now occupied by W. S. Schoolfield & Co., and James R. Tilghman Co., adjoin ing the storehouse property occupied by I. H. Merrill Co., on the one side and the Alexander H. Stevens store house property on the other side, to gether with the use of alley to Wil low Street. Subject to rights of present tenants. This is a nice business property and is improved by a brick store building. Terms: CASH. Title papers and revenue stamps at expense of pur chaser. Possession as to title on pay ment of the purchase money. See the undersigned for description if desir ed. L. PAUL EWELL, Attorney Nov. 27-2 t. L. Paul Ewell, Solicitor PUBLIC SALE —OF VALUABLE FARM and TIMBER Land In Cedar Hall Neighborhood Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a mortgage from I R. Cephia Perdue and Laura V. Per- I due, his wife, dated February 23,! 1929, and recorded among the land records of Worcestdk County, Mary- ; land, in Liber B. B. No. 2, folios 505, j etc., to William T. Mason and Charles L. Mason, the interest of the said Wil liam T. Mason having been assigned to the said Charles L. Mason, the present holder thereof, the under signed trustee therein named for foreclosure will offer for sale in front of Hotel Pocomoke, on Saturday, Dec. 19,1942 at the hour of 3:30 o’clock in the af ternoon All that tract or parcel of land sit uate, lying and being in the First Election District of Worcester Coun ty, Maryland, on the county road leading from Pocomoke City to Pitts Creek or Cedar Hall at the intersec tion of a road leading toward Poco . moke River adjoining the lands for merly owned by Henry P. Merrill, Lemuel P. Merrill et al, containing 65 acres of land, more or less, it being 1 all and the same tract or parcel of land conveyed to the said R. Cephia Perdue from William T. Mason et al by deed dated February 23, 1929, and j recorded among the land records of | Worcester County, Maryland in Liber ! B. B. No. 6, folio 537, and being all , I of the land by the aforesaid mortgage | conveyed. Possession on ratification of sale. : Title papers and revenue stamps at 1 the expense of the purchaser. Terms ; of sale CASH. L. PAUL EWELL, Trustee Nov. 27-4 t. TAXES and the AXIS This is the most costly war of all time and everyone of us might as well recognize the fact that we will be paying for it for years in the form of higher taxes. Our advice is this: Make taxes part af your budget. There are many reasons why you should provide for taxes in advance but the best reason is that it’s plain common j sense. A bank account provides a convenient way to accumulate tax money. Citizens National Bank Pocomoke City, Md. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation L. Paul Ewell, Solicitor Mattie Byrd Devereaux (Widow) vs. Blanche P. Byrd, Carolyn M. Byrd and Marion D. Byrd. In the Circuit Court for Worcester County, Maryland. In Equity. No. 5332 Chancery. ORDER NISI Ordered this 7th day of November,. 1942, by the Circuit Court for Wor cester County, Maryland, in Equity,! that the sale of the real estate at pub lic auction mentioned in these proceed- | ings made and reported by L. Paul Ewell, Trustee appointed by a decree of this court passed in the above en- I titled cause on the 7th day of Octob er, 1942, to make sale of certain real estate therein mentioned, be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the con-; trary thereof be shown on or before ; the 2nd day of December, 1942, pro- j vided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper published in Wor cester County, Maryland, once a week for three successive weeks before the 30th day of November, 1942. The report states the amount of sale to be $3,000.00. JOSEPH E. BRIMEIt, Clerk True Copy Test: Joseph E. Brimer, Clerk. Nov. 13-3 t L. Paul Ewell, Solicitor Mortgage Sale —OF VALUABLE— FARM and TIMBER Land in Cedar Hall Neighborhood Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a mortgage from R. Cephia Perdue and Laura V. Per due, his wife, to Philip C. Dennis and by him assigned to The Citizens Na tional Bank of Pocomoke City and by said bank assigned to Charles L. Mas on, the Dresent holder thereof, same bearing date February 22, 1929, and recorded among the land records of Worcester County, Maryland, in Liber B. B. No. 2, folios 508, etc., the un designed L. Paul Ewell, Trustee, nam ed therein for foreclosure, will offer j for sale in front of Hotel Pocomoke, | on • Saturday, Dec. 19,1942 ; At the hour of 3 o’clock in the after noon All those tracts or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the First Election District of Worcester Coun ty, Maryland, as follows: 1. All those tracts of land on the Pocomoke River commonly called “Cypress Swamp,” “Great Conven iency” or by whatever name or names the same may be known or called, containing 1100 acres of land, more or less, being all and the same tracts of land first described and set forth in a deed to the said R. Cephia Per due from Phillip C. Dennis and wife, by deed dated February 22, 1929, and being one of the items by the afore said mortgage conveyed. ’ 2. All that tract or parcel of land, being the second item mentioned in | the aforesaid deed to the said R., 1 Cephia Perdue from Philip C. Den nis and wife dated February 22, 1929, adjoining the above tract of land and a tract of land commonly called ’ “Hickory Point Farm,” containing 70 acres, more or less, and being one of . the items by the aforesaid mortgage conveyed. This tract of land will be sold subject to the rights of Taylor and Ba.vlis to cut and remove the pine , timber theron, per terms of their con tract. Both of these tracts will be sold subject to the rights of other parties to use certain roads on said I land as* set forth in the afhresaid J deed. ; Possession on ratification of sale. ' Title papers and revenue stamps at! the expense of the purchaser. Terms; of sale CASH. L. PAUL EWELL, Trustee j Nov. 27-4 t. HENRY P. WALTERS, Solicitor Henry P. Walters, Assignee to fore close of Mary W. Lednum, Assignee of Robert I. Lednum, mortgagee of Marion S. Duncan and Doris P. Dun can, his wife, ex parte In the Circuit Court for Worcester County, Maryland ; In Equity I No. 5338 Chancery. ORDER NISI Ordered that the sale of the real estate mentioned in these proceedings ! and made and reported by Henry P. Walters, Assignee to foreclose, in a mortgage from Marion S. Duncan and I Doris P. Duncan, his wife, to Robert 11. Lednum and assigned by said Rob-; ; ert I. Lednum to Mary W. Lednum, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause j j to the contrary be shown on or before j the 2nd day of December, 1942, pro- i vided a copy of this order be inserted jin some newspaper printed and pub- j lished in Worcester County, Maryland, j once in each of three successive weeks before the 30th day of November, 1942. The Report states the amount of sale to be Thii-ty-seven hundred and fifty dollars ($3750.00). JOSEPH E. BRIMER, Clerk; True Copy, Test: Joseph E. Brimer, Clerk. j Nov. 13-3 t | j Godfrey Child, Attorney Sheriff’s Sale —OF VALUABLE— REAL ESTATE By virtue of two writs of fieri I facias against John E. Mason, same being Nos. 1 and 2 Judicials, Jan uary Term, 1943, in the Circuit Court lor Worcester County, Maryland, I have levied upon, seized and taken in execution all the right, title and in terest of the said John E. Mason, in and to the following lands: All that tract or parcel of land, together with the buildings and im provements thereon, lying and being -ituate in the First Election District of Worcester County, Maryland, on the west side of the County road lead ing from Pocomoke City to Wagram, which was conveyed to the said John E. Mason from Miriam Dickinson by deed dated January 3, 1917 and of record among the Land Records of i said Worcester County in Liber O. i D. C. No. 26, at folio 81 and described in said deed as follows: “Bounded on the north by the Julius Mason Farm, on the east by the County road above named, on the south by the Ames Farm and on the west by the Harry Brittingham Farm and the Caroline Teagle lands, it being the same lands which were conveyed to the said Miriam Dickinson by deed from Marion W. Landing and wife, duly recorded among the Land Re cords of Worcester County, contain ing fifty-seven (57) acres, more or less.” The above described tract or parcel of land is improved by a frame, shin gle roof dwelling house, two chicken houses, two stables, a com stack, smoke house and other outbuildings. And I hereby give notice that I will offer for sale all the right, title and interest of the said John E. Mason in and to the said lands, together with the buildings and improvements thereon, at public auction to the high est bidder for cash on Saturday, Dec. 5, 1942 at two o’clock P. M. in front of Hotel Pocomoke (formerly Parker House), Pocomoke City, Wor cester County, Maryland, to satisfy the said writs, costs and charges. J. WILLIAM HALL, Sheriff of Worcester County, Md. I Nov. 13-4 t WE DO JOB WORK OF ALL j KINDS—If you are in need of any fine printing, letterheads, labels, ; statements, wedding announcements, | invitations, tickets, advertising, book j lets, window cards, etc., see us. WANTED j WANTED—Second hand piano and , about 2 dozen chairs. Apply Worces ter Democrat. j Nov. 20-2 t. ] WANTED—Home laundry work. : First class work, price low. *SOO 2nd Street. j 1 Nov. 6-ltp. HOSPITAL WORKERS WANTED • I There are opportunities for immed iate employment in State hospitals. ; In addition to the entrance salary of $50.00 a month, an emergency allow j ance of $15.00 per month will be paid ■ making a total compensation of I $65.00 per month with full mainte • nance. Married couples will be paid ! $120.00 a month. Promotions Satisfactory employees, after one | year’s service, are eligible for pro motion to SBO.OO per month. Practical Nurses’ Training Courses! ; in Mental Disease Hospitals: Appli cants who have completed two years high school will be accepted for ti-ain ing at a salary of $65.00 per month. Training Courses in Tuberculosis | Hospitals: Applicants who have eom | pleted two years high school will be i accepted for training at a salary of : $40.00 per month. Applv directly to: Crownsville State I Hospital; Spring Grove State Hospi-! ! tal; Springfield State Hospital; East-! | ern Shore State Hospital; State Sana- i I torium; Hcnryton Sanatorium; Mt. | Wilson Sanatorium; Pine Bluff Sana ! torium; or to Harry C. Jones, State Employment Commissioner, 22 Light St., Baltimore, Md. Nov. 27-lt. IN MEMORIAM In remembrance of our little daugh ter, Clayshia O. Willis, who passed away 12 years ago, November 28, 1930. We often sit and think of you When we are all alone. For memory is the only friend That grief can call its own. Like ivory r on the withered oak, When all other things decay, Our love for you Clayshia dear Will still keep green and never fade away. Loving mother and brother I Nov. 27-ltp. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the subscriber has obtained from the Or phans’ Court for Worcester County, Maryland, letters of administration on the personal estate of George C. Mason late of Worcester County, de ceased. All persons having claims against J the deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers; 1 thereof, to the subscriber on or before i the 7th day of June, 1943. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefits of the said estate. All per sons indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 20th day of November, 1942. LULA V. MASON, Administratrix j Test: Frank E. Hudson, Register of Wills. ; Nov. 27-3 t. Henry P. Walters, Solicitor Trustee’s Sale OF VALUABLE Farm Property By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Worcester County, Mary land, sitting in Equity, in case No. 5339 Chancery, the undersigned, Trus tee named in said decree, will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder in front of Hotel Pocomoke in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, on Saturday, Dec. 5, 1942 at the hour of 3 o’clock P. M. all that tract or parcel of land in the First Election District of Worcester County, Maryland, near McMaster’s Schooihouse, which was by deed dated the 21st day of October, 1914 conveyed unto John S. Gordy, Nathan H. Gordy and Levin C. Gordy, by Marjorie Con quest Hudson and Arthur T. Hudson, her husband, which said deed is re-, corded among the land records of said Worcester County. It being the same tract or parcel of land which was set apart to Sallie A. Harris by the Com missioners to divide the real estate of Isaac Harris, as set forth and fully described in the proceedings and plat accompanying the same, as Lot No. 1 duly recorded in Court Proceedings Liber No. 6 folios 293 et seq., one of the records of the Circuit Court for , Worcester County, Maryland, to which proceedings and plat reference is here by made for a more particular de scription, containing two hundred and one and one-half (2011&) acres of land more or less; it being all and the same ■ land conveyed to Horace M. Jones, as to an undivided one-half thereof, and Severn W. Murray and Blanche E. Murray, his wife, as to an undivided one-half thereof, by the following deeds: the first from James M. Crock -1 ett, Assignee, and others to Marion H. Jones and Horace M. Jones dated April 4, 1929 and recorded among the land records of Worcester County, Maryland in Liber B. B. No. 7, folio 59 et seq., and the second to Severn W. Murray and Blanche E. Murray, his | wife, from James S. Jones and Louel i la M. Jones, his wife, dated Septem | ber 26, 1942 and recorded among said I land records of Worcester Cotmty in Liber J. E. B. No. 12 at folio 507. Terms of sale: CASH. Title papers .' and conveyancing costs at the expense of the purchaser. Taxes paid to Jan \uary 1, 1943. HENRY P. WALTERS, Trustee Nov. 13, 4t WANT ADS GET RESULTS Friday, November 27, 1942 Classified Advertising CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE This does not mean that yoar credit is not good but to open a charge account and mail two or three bills to collect means an expenditure of any where from 10c to 25c. This adver lising does not justify this expense hence we must request payment in advance for all classified advertising, such as, For Rent, For Sale, Lost, Wanted, Cards of Thanks and In Me moriams. We charge 2c per word first inser tion and lc per word each insertion thereafter, provided cash is enclosed with order (no ad is accepted for less than 25c). Count your words and you can easily figure the cost. WORCESTER DEMOCRAT SUPPERS—BAKES LUNCHEON—CircIe 1 of Bethany Methodist Church will hold a luncheon on Wednesday, December 2 from 11:30 to 1:30. Nov. 27-lt. FOR SALE FOR SALE—Large size Wilson I wood heater. Mrs. C. L. Larkin, 108 | Laurel St. Nov. 20-3tp. FOR SALE — Nice tall piling. In quire at the office of the Worcester 1 Democrat. I Nov. 20-3 t. FOR SALE —Buckeye brooders, all repairs for the Buckeye. Harry E. White, Distributor for Buckeye, Ma kemie Park, Va. Nov. 20-4 t. FOR SALE —One Canoe, 38 feet long, 8 feet wide, good as new. Apply to Massey Bozman, on Deal’s Island Road, 8 miles from Princess Anne. Nov. 13-4 t FOR SALE OR RENT—6-room house on Hayward road. P. T. East, Route 1. j Sept. 11-tf. FOR RENT HOUSE FOR RENT—Furnished or unfurnished, 602 Walnut St. Nov. 27-tf. APARTMENT FOR RENT— Apply 6 Front St. or write Elbridge B. Wil liams, Box 429, Route 2, Norfolk, Va Nov. 27-tf. APARTMENT FOR RENT —Fur - j nished, heated and lighted. 209 Mar ket St. Nov. 20-tf. FOR RENT—First floor apartment, 4 rooms. Mrs. M. C. Hickman, 508 Walnut St. Nov. 20-2tp. FOR RENT—2 Upper Apartments. Apply O. L. Thompson, 609 Market St. Nov. 20-2 t. FOR RENT—6-room house, Clarke Avenue. Gus Mason Nov. 13-tf ROOM FOR RENT—lncluding ga | rage if desired. Mrs. Upshur Stev enson. Nov. 6-4 t. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES—S2.Of plus tax of 40c will rent a box in our tried and proven vault. Fireproof and burglar-proof. Your key only will unlock the box. Protect your valuable papers and jewelry. Poco moke City National Bank, Pocomoke City, Md. MISCELLANEOUS SPENCER CORSETIERE Mrs. M. Coulboum Littleton, 412 Market St., Telephone 363-M. Sept. 11-Btp. ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS TAX RETURNS PERIODICAL RECORD ANALYSIS AND FINANCIAL REPORTS THE PENINSULA BUSINESS SERVICE Woollen Bldg. 318 E. Main St P. O. Box 195 SALISBURY, MD. Phone 1908-W John Deere TRACTORS & FARM ING IMPLEMENTS. Tractor repain and replacements. M. W. Boston Telephone 143-J, Pocomoke. March 29-tf. NOTICE—Price on hair ratting— -25 cents will remain the same at Shaws. July 10-tf. Henry P. Walters, Att’y NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the sid" scriber has obtained from the phans’ Court for Worcester Maryland, letters testamentary oß*b e personal estate of Ray V. late of Worcester County, All persons having claims af** nst the deceased, are hereby wai* to exhibit the same, with the thereof, to the subscriber on (/before the 4th day of June, 1943. 'pey may otherwise by law be exclude/ from ! benefits of the said estate. All per ' sons indebted to said est/® * r e re j quested to make immediate pyent. Given under my hand th's 24th day of November, 1942. EDWARD GLJDDING, HERBERT GLADPING, PAUL GLADDING, Exccjtors Test: Frank E. Hudson, Re-titer of Wills. Nov. 27-3 t. We are equipped to do tl kinds |of printing. Let us quote ya a price j on your next job.