WAKNING OK1>KU In the Chancery Courl, Chickasaw- lia District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Porcy-F. Lance. Plaintiff, vs. No. 8708 Helen Lance, Defendant. The defendant, Helen Lance, is hereby warned to appear within thirty, days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Percy P, Lance. 1 Dated this 11 day of October, 1944 HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. • By Doris Mulr, D. C. iO!l3-20-27-li|3 Frank C. Douglas, A.tty. for Pit. Claude P. Cooper, Ally, ad Lllcin. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13. 19-14 5 Conference Gomes Will Be Played Tonight By United I'ress lonlght is going to be a big night as far as Arkansas High School foot nail Is concerned. Some 32 games arc on the schedule, nnd five of these will be conference affairs. Toping (he list will be the game at Hot Springs, where Coach Milan Creighjon's Trojans will take on the conference leading Little Rock High School Tigers, ns yet unbeaten, un- scored upon and untied in three v loo l> affairs. I El Dorado is scheduled to meet • the tougli North Little Hock Wild- rats nt North Little Rock, and Benton takes on a powerful For- dycc eleven at Fordycec. Malvern will play at Joneshoro and Blythe- vllle goes to Pine Bluff. Other games scheduled Include: McGehee at Little Rock Catholic Hieh. Searcy at Newport. Cotton Plant at Holly Grove. Riissrllville ;it Sukinco Academy. Batcsville at Beebe. Clarendon at Forrest City. Te.xarkana at Caiiiden. Fayettcyille at Rogers. Augusta at Wynne, Parkin nt Marked Tree.' Earle nt Osceola. Marvell at Helena. Stuttgart at Marianna. Hope at Nashville. Paris at Boonei'ille. Horatio at Dierks. Cliirksvillc at Htintsvillo. Greenwood at Hartford. BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.); COURIER NEWS DOPE BUCKET •Y J. P, FRIEND On the basis of tabulations or ration books, the U. S. Bureau ot Census estimates an increase in the civilian population of the Wcet Coast between 1340 and (lie fall of 1943 of over one million persons of 8.5 per cent while certain Mid-West States have declined from 10 to 15 per cent and New York State over 7 per cent. K«ftd Courier MGHT GK1I) SCHEDULE Hitting the high spots of a very light Arkansas High School Conference grid schedule for tonight: LITTLE ROCK AT HOT SPRINGS—Likely the Trojans will be gunning for the Tigers with a two-time motive: to avenge last week's 7-0 defeat at the hands of El Dorado and trip the high stepping capltol city lads to. get back into the Big 10 running. 'But In this book it won't pan out that way. The Bengals should win by a couple of touchdowns, but It'll be rough and rugged before it Is over. BENTON AT FOnDYCEI—H has been a mighty long time since Denton has boasted a good football team. Not since the days of J P Moore have they fielded anything like a decent representative, This current edition appears to be the strongest since that era and should break into the win column nt tho expense of the Bedbugs who have been soundly blasted. Benton 19, Fordyce 6. EL DORADO AT NORTH LITTLE ROCK—Despite the 0-6 surprise bundle handed them by the Hope Bobcats a couple of weeks ago, the El Dorado Wildcats still rate as the team to watch in the conference. Last week's 7-0 nosing of Hot Springs proves that, not to mention the 26-0 defeat of Fort Smith..The felines should humble the fellow North Sider Wildcats about 20-0. RUSSELLVILLE AT SUBIACO- Coach Russell Bailey has his charges in pretty fair shape and should have little trouble here, 33-0. CLARENDON AT FORREST CITY—Unless Forrest City shows more tonight than in recent weeks . they are due for another bleak levelling. But they have a peculiar' habit of rising against the weaker outfits, and this appears to be one. The Mustangs by a nose, and I do mean a nose. TEXARKANA AT CAMDEN—All season Camden has flashed occasional evidence of power. They have managed to sneak over iii, least a few points in every game and tonight they might come through with an extra score. Look for a close one here. Maybe a tie will result BLYTHEVILLE AT. PINE BLUFF —With the Chicks in pitiful physical condition and the Zebras running strong, there is nothing to hope for except another beating for the tribe. Just how bad It will be depends entirely on Coach Al Harris, Zebra head man. If he cares to keep his first stringers In and run up the score then It will be In the neighborhood of the Little Rock score of 48-0. 1 rather look for nboul « five touchdown margin. EARLE AT OSC1SOLA — Homer Bourns, the Osceola chieftain, has hJs line bunch of,kids rarln' to go for this one and they will, burring a tripping of the dopcbuckct. A little bird whispered something about 13-0, but don't quote me. FIGHTING IN GKHMANY Word coming from over the vast Atlantic reveals that several of the Blytlievillc boys have moved farther towards Berlin and some arc actually battling on German soil. Lieut. L. G. (Little Pete) Thompson, Lieut. Robert Rceder arc believed in Germany. . . . Capt. Bud Wilson was In Paris recently and helped bag a Nan! sniper . . . Marvin Nimn, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Numi, writes that he has seen Lieut. Oscar Feudler on the Admiralty Islands . . . Marvin Is n yeoman 3-c and with the Seabces. . . Machinist Mate Lee A. Moore writes the missus that lie now Is on Pellllii of the Palim group. . . He also Is a Seabec . . . Sergt. C. G. Perry, former Chick manager, has been awarded the good conduct medal at N, Ft. Lewis, Washington . He is the son of Mrs. Clara Perry. . . . Personal to Mrs. Loral Hut-' chlnson (nee Margaret Fisher), Black Fool, Idaho: Brother Frank showed me the excerpt about the "Dope Bucket" in your letter. Thanks! ... It is quite a compliment. . . Didja know that Clyde Scott, Smackover's great halfback, is a teammate of Blythevillc's big "Bo" Coppcdge with tlie Navy? . . . 1 didn't either until E. F. (Frisco) Blomeyer brought me a program of the Navy-North Carolina Prcilight game which son Lloyd sent. He's at Annapolis, too. BANCROFT TLIGHTER' '^^^.^^^^jL^^^^.EJlDsliique . . J. ': •• ,'Y •. • OFFICER'S CAPS T Big Shipment Just Received; We Have Your Size HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier Athletic Program Planned For Cadets An intramural program for cadet class 44-1 has been inaugurated nnd for the next five or six weeks there will be much competition between the various echelons. Basketball nnd touch football will be the first activities with a volleyball tournament scheduled later. The class hns been divided into'nine teams—the eight echelons and the student officers. Tlie program will be run (iff by Lieut. Garrison, S-Sgt. Stabler, Sgl. Morrison, and Pfc. Pava. Osceola Expects 2000 Grid Fans Scminolcs All Ready For Invasion Tonight By Earlc Cardinals OSCEOLA, Oct. 13 - A large •rou-d, rivaling even the opening same mob of nppraxlimtlely 2.000, Is expected to greet the Osceola Semlnoles nt 8 o'clock tonight hi (he conference struggle with the powerful Enrle Cardinals. It hns been three weeks since the (ribc last performed on Hale Weld and local football enthusiasts nave been anxiously awaiting, Ihclr prep favorites. Coacli Homer nonrns' youngsters have done all right itwny from home, too. They won two, of the three stalls, giving them a record of 3-1 for the young season. Paro- BOIIM foil for a second (line; 5 nmt ihiBhwi was subdued after a hitler. flRhl. However, Marked Treo prov- cd better imuklcrs. emerging ahead on a quagmire gridiron that'handl- capped tire fnst Seminole backs. Tribe Is Heady , .., Despite the tad tlmt CeiilV nnci Co-Ciiplaln Freddie BnrinlBlc'r Is a question mark-starter, the tribe s all set for the Earlc Invasion. With the exception of a few Minor bruises, the entire sqund is In'prot- ty good shape and rcndy for the anticipated hard scrap. Bannister, ivlio with the flanking guards, Gene Bulior and Stan Kramer,''have proved a bulwark in the center of the Osceola line, Is expected to arrive from Little Rock, where he underwent an examination prior to acceptance Into the Navy, In time to take his usual place over the ball. His presence adds tremendous strength, both on defense and offense. Chieftain Bourns indicated he would press Ills regulars Into the battle at the start, which include. Tom Cross and Jimmy Carlislr 1 , ends: John Griffin aiid .Tommy Bannister, tackles; Butler and Kramer, guards; p. Bannister, center; Henry Griffin. Mclvtn Waggoner, Robert Clay Driver, and Denver Wilson, Ijjicltt. Former L. S. U. Athletic Star Instructor Here One of (ho greatest athletes to come out of the bnjww of Louisiana Is Caw. T. J. 1'rlce, local flying Instructor and former high school and college K'h! star. For two consecutive years he was selected us nll- otale and nil-Southern. While playing for Bollon High School of Alexandria, La., he was "(.'raided tar and wide by the people of that state as the greatest, buck to coma up In I^iulslana high schools since the late Chris CiiKle Brent Army all-American ol over u decade ago. The scourge or southern gridirons, they would tell you, tills small, ivJll-of-n-u-Isp kid could do Anything with a football. Upon finishing hU,>h school nml after receiving Invitations ( 0 attend colleges all over the nation, Captain I'flce entered Louisiana Slate University where he played freshman football In 1038. The following ycnr lie wtis hailed as one of Ihe best sophomores to ever piny for l,. s. U., on H (cum with such slurs as 'John GOICO, YOIIIIB Uusscy, Bcrnle Llp- kis, and all-Amerlcan Ken Knvii- nniigh. nut In pvc-Reason irHlnlng the following fall, he Injured ills knee and frequent recurrences of this Injury kept him out of tlie llue- «|) most of- the season. Captain Price left school and his great football career, much to the disappointment 0 | those bayou people who swear by their football heroes, to enlist In (he Air .Corps In the s|>rlne of 1941, [ mn W |,| C |, he later received his wings and coin- King George I, of England, was ?. German and could not even rpeak English. WARDING-OltDERV In the Chnnc'cry Court, Cliickasaw- ba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. James H. Hudson, Plaintiff,' vs. No. 8825 Mary Frances Hudson, Defendant. The defendant, Mary Frames Hudson, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In ttic caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plain- Only top quality products get the job of lubricating the motors and machinery on our fighting Navy's ships. So -we're proud to tell you that Sinclair lubricants are xised on many Navy ships to assure smooth operation and save wear. To give your car the same, sure * SAVE WEAR WITH protection, get Sinclair lubricants from your Sinclair Dealer. To protect your engine, for example, he offers Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil. This famous oil stands up longer and lubricates better because it is both de-waxed and dc-jellicd. Use Sinclair Opaline to keep your car rolling. J. ALLEN PkoneZWS ~ Afeif - IrytW-ill*, Ark. tiff James U. Hudson. IJated this 11 day of October, 1944 . HARVEY MORRIS, Clcrki By Doris Mulr, D. C. F. C. Douglas, Ally, for PUT. C. P. Cooper, Ally. n<l Utetn. _ ' \10ll3-20-27-llja Fishing Contest Winners Named T. F. Fox Wins Honors With 5 l /2 Pound Bass; Others Win Awards Export fishermen—nnd women— of this section who entered the fishing contest sponsored by Hubbaril Hardwire Company are to receive cash nwavds for their eltovts. In the conlcsl for the largesl buss caught this season, Thomas F. "Tootslc" Fox won the prize wlilch Is being contributed to First Methodist Church by the winner, Ho caught 11 boss weighing live and a half pounds Aug. li! In the borrow pit of the Kloodway live miles north of the Dig Lake bridge. Uurmcr-up In this contest wtis Mrs. Karl Buckley who caught a (our-nnd-llnce-Iourth pound bass May uo In the same place, She received "honorable mention." In the dapple contest, Mrs. C. !' Powell of Lo.vorn won llrst honor!, utter having won similar awards In previous contests, Her crajiplc weighed one pound and 10 ounces "Honorable mention" In this class went to Joe Llnl/enlth, now In the Army, whoso crappic weighed sllehU y more Hum one pound. There was n tie In the lirenm contest with l!arl Damon and J. E McConl each bringing In llsh weigh- UK 10 ounces. Those who caught gOBglc-cye fish wore too modest us no one entered such a nsh to claim this prlw Several hundred fishermen registered In this contest, slaged an- uially by llubbanl Hardware Company with Charles Perry, mum™)' In charge. ,, . The prta of $5 each for first lionors await Iho winners, ho said today In making the announcement.' All l!i Confusion FORT WAIITIEN, Wyo. (Ul>) — C.onfiislng numes dcpt: 1'vt. Leonard Wood 61 Cheyenne, Wyo., and now slfltlollfd at Clmmile Field, 111., recently received a letter which was forwarded to him from Fort 'Oiinni Wood, Mo., where It had icu sent by mlstaku. mission. When asked If ho plans to play for Louisiana Slato when he Is released from the ami)', the Captain replied with a big grin, "I Imagine I'll be too old—but that remains to be seen. Anyway I want to BO back and gel my degree and maybe end up coaching somewhere." 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