The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1946 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 5, 1946
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW? PHI DAY, A r'Kll- 5, Harbert, Keiser Lead At Augusta - Tricky Greens, High Wind Ploy Havoc With Tournament Scores ' BY HAROLD FOREMAN United Press Sports Writer ' AUGUSTA, Ga, April 5. (UP) — TWa ex-servicemen, Chick Harbcrt of Detroit and Herman Kclser ol Akron, O.. teed off two strokes ahead at the field in the second round of the $10.000 Masters' Golf Tournament today as some of thc na-. tkm's supper shot-makers found out 1 ">em aic what a really tough course can do to their sub-par games. -Harbert and Keiser. bolh with «9s for yesterday's opening round. TODAVTODAY'S Sl'ORT I'AHADK Tigers Hove Superior Pitching Staff, Yet Rated Third Place BY OSCAR KRAI.KY I Hufc Gentry, thc snulrrel shooter United Press Sports Wriltr from Daisy Station, N. O.. Is out to NEW YORK, April 5. (UP)- recapture some of that world series Sit will he'll ball. 2. The St. Louis Cardinals have THE pitching staff. tiie $135.000 lemon bought from Seattle and fanned were two of only five players i" th« st*r-studded field to crack par fl on the tough Augusta National course. • The combination of tricky greens »nd a blustering wind which pulled long wood shots off center raised havoc with many of the famous shooters as Ben Hogan and Sammy Spead came In with 74s and Jimmy Demaret and Sammy Byrd with Which, on deliberate considers- ]jllt . k to m] ffalo before he went tion, makes you vender why the I |nto scrv i ct>- AM( I white had n ixior Detroit Tigers nre the third choice SCV( , n n|u , n |1K1] . k hj |!M:i |, e forc In the early line on the Amerfcan M& S( , rv | cc slle teh—but they point League pennant race. Placed above 01]t , |lc |iel|) wasn - t loo g<)<M i thul Ihein arc the New York Yankees, . (|) |)ilck of )lin , and thc Boston Red Sox—and iwl- ' So if pitching Is so important. thcr of their pitching staffs <.'«"i |ls (1)Cy . sil y p t i, cn whul's the mat- liold a candle to the Tigers for. u . r wllh tne bcngn | s? H OW the [Junior Squad Ending First Week's Drills "Pop" Mosl'ey is bringing to ai end llio lirst week of spring footbul training for Juplor High School Members of the squad of 44 hnvt been drilling Intensely since Mon day mid will cllmnx their sprint, training with a practice grime iiex Friday nftcruoon at 4 o'clock. Prank Wliitworlh )nis been assist. Coach Moslcy with the squa«. excellence or numbers. The Cards, on the other hand, nre orids-on favorites to cop the National League Hag, And you don't have to jje to Detroit lo gel an argument on whether tlic cards corps Is better than the Tiger Tllll crew. You can find it right here. As tar as thc Individual In (Ills corner is concerned, there Isn't a pitching corps iti the majors which cmi come wlthins hailing distance But as usual, Byron Nelson, the iof the TiRcis-aml that, includes fevoiite to win thc $2,500 first ',thc Cardinals' Max Lanter. John- was in good position to j ny Bcaj-.lcy, ]lov:i c Pollcl and Red tc: :]iamplons can be third choice- jartlcularly lo that Yankee pllcli- ng. is pretty hard lo undcrstund. prize, ...._ .. „. stage one °f ^s celebrated rallies. Nelson, a $66,000 winner last year, shot steady golf despite a •ore wrist to post a 35-37—12 for .Barrett. The Tigers the gun with — _ .. arc certain will come through. These have it right from four big guys they a sixth-place tie with three other ' nrc tmndsoma Hal Newhouser, Pan pros. " . I (Dixisy) Trout and Virgil (Fire: .Harbert, former G. I. who was i Trucks. You can't, find a imicl Junior High Cagers Play Tuesday Night "reams of the Junior HljsVi School basketball league met again Tucs- ' this week. Prospects for a strong Papoo>>c Armorel Club Members Make Project Reports Th c Armorel Junior and Senior •-!! Clubs met together In the tudy hall of the Armorel School Monday afternoon with Gerald Cassidy presiding. When Inez Dobhs, Secretary, called the roll 56 nnswcr- ed giving thc progress made on his or tier project. Don stewar<| gave a report 01 tlic eight members who were taking cotton. Sue Cassldy reported that 28 had helped prepare breakfast and had made quick bread in the cookery group. Beulah Mae Nunnery gave a report on clothing and exhibited an apron which she made. Everyone thought 11 was (ptite pretty and Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent, promised to send her a 4-H Club having brought this. reat jou i,,» WICK ai, u i. -..- reported that 14 were who appears to be headed for star-I to* 1 "!' the &* project and that (loin in thc .future. Three other',»» h 'U two hud started and were Junior backs have been particularly '.feeding pigs according to thc (11- outstandlng in the week's drills, rccllons of the manual. They are E. R. Gee Jr., quarterback, I *<"* Coleman told the group llial Lar»V l.utu at fullback and Harold j thc '?, wln P™h"hly he a Council Jloncyciitt at rlfht half. I Meeting sgmctlme soon when the •lub, gave a demonstration In tine-.tnilla, III., last November. He had or maintenance and farm snfoly.'nt the time un automobile wmcn Gerald Is entering the State 4-H had been stolen at IJaytl. Mo- Safety Contest this year. Perry Lee Adklsson Is entering the State tractor maintenance contest and Gerald and Perry Lee are visiting CARD OF THANKS To our many friends who were so thoughtful and kind to us dui- all the other clubs with the coun-||,,g the long suffering of our dear ty agents this month and giving w [f c all( i mother, we express our appropriate demoiistralions. team next fall seem bright, especially wllh the showing made by JHoiscr Lum, left halfback, who has Pencil lor turned in a great job this week and I."">' C |ouse Veteran Sentenced or Theft Of Auto James A, Bowling, 20 years old, lylhevllle veteran of World War II as sentenced lo a year mid a das i prison by United States District iidge Fred L. Wham at East St puls Monday after he pleaded ullty of Interstate transportatloi f a stolen automobile. Bowling, who was hi the Ariuj Imost four years, Including servlci i the Aleutian Islands, said he wa: rlnklng when he took the car an< sked for probation. Judge Wluun lowever, overruled the plea. Bowling was arrested at Ccn- dny night wllh Browns winning Puitlt's the first giune In thc line Jim Garner at, guard. Red Robinson at center and Donald Hunch, cud. li;\vc Ijceu setting the pace. hospitalized recently for four monlhs 'better four nn «» «.•....- — alter an automobile accident, fired ' cll ,|, w ,th a microscope. his woods brilliantly Into the howl- Nclv |, 0 user won 20 In 1914 and .Ing wind to post a 34-35 while go- ^ lns( , season for 54 wins hi two h>e over par figures twice, on tlic vcarj . Y( , t thc {lmc othc| . s Ivm y • , ov Ia4(! | lnnors neinmi, foot fQU| . l|!ch ex . sfl iior. erwns. . ..,,; leading the majors wllh the 1 Keiscr, who spent 31 months cru- | | 0 ,, P |r >, arncd run average last tsSng the/Atlantic and Medltenan- scnson \ v hen he broke u leg. He t»n with the Navy, shot (he best j[, VO rc(i It the rest of the campaign first nine of the 'day, a 32, and mu , womu i „,, w ith ix 13 and 8 jlnished with a 3^. Again it was , mnrk ^ u{ it fc( ,| s ns O f old this xmcoutestcd. The opposing team was unable to play because there were not enough team members present. Two teams of the eighth grade ended in an overtime period ' as Harold iloneycult's Lions scored two points to break the final score 31-29. The .Junior High League will e»d ,1 ,., Mny 1 with thc piny off for thc 11 at °"'L°" Ka " R I-seventh and eight cradc champions. I These games, held each Tuesday ght, 7 o'clock arc feu- the public. Stallings. Sylvia McCamcy, and Delia Brown. Reports were given by the fol- officers have made their plans At lhat time it is" expected that tlic State Club Agent, D. 8. Lan- trlp, will b p present and to be discussed will be the County 4-H Club Play Tournament, the 4-H Clul fair exhibit, and thc making o 4-H Club yearbooks. Miss Cora Lee Coleman distri >e ov par , vcarj . Y sixth and 10th holes when he mis- • ^ , 1(l Judged the confusing rool of the ' e sjx of putting as the Ohio vet dropped Jour long ones for birdies on the first nine only to freeze up slightly on the back nine and go one orerpar, • Their sparkling play marked the 5«th and S9th times 70 has been broken during the 1.820 rounds that tav'c. played in the traditionally tough Masters' Tournament. • The three other pros who broke par, tying at 71, were Frccily Haas. Jr. New Orleans; Toney Penna. Cincinnati, ,and Vic Ohezzi Knoxville. ; The other leaders: . 72—Johnny Bulla, Chicago; Jimmy Thompson, Los Angeles; Byron Nelson, Toledo, O.; and Carey Mld- delcoff (amateur), Memphis, Tenn 73—George Schneiter, enlt take City, Utah, and Jim Turnesa, White Plains, N. Y. '_'_ 74, — Herman Barron. Whit •Plain's, N Y . Y.; Ben Hogan, Hershcy :P».| Chandler Harper, Portsmouth >?a.; Uiwson Little, Motercy, Calif. 6»m Snead, Hot Springs, Vn.; Clayton Heafner, Charlotte. N. C.; K.v Ijiffoon, Orlando, Fla., mid Jim Ferrier, Chicago. V5—Jim Foiilis, La Grange, Ill- Bob Hamilton, Chicago; E. J"Dutch" Harrison, Little Rock, Ark.; Jimmy Demaret. Houston, Tex.; Bobby Jones, Atlanta; Snm- my Byrd, Detroit, and Harold "Jug' 1 McSpaden, Sanford, Me. '- Seventy per cent of Florida's 1945 grapefruit crop and 35 per cent ol its orange crop went to canneries. spring. TUc six fool Trucks came ack raring to go and Trout, ect. two inches, may better his 8 and 15 mark of last year. There are three holdovers, too •ho will come in handy in spots Stubby Overniivc, who had nd 9 ii'.irk last year, and relic jilchcr Oeovge Ouster, who woi ivc iignhrst one toss after coming over from the Browns lust, season nay be a help. And, while Johnn Corsica won only six ngnViisl 1 setbacks In 1915, they feel h flight low. Just tvbout ready to com owing club captains; Lowell Pat- ;. ) > 1 «' 1<1 leaflet., „,, p, c uses ol DO': terson, colto,, captain, reported ;>»<t leaflets on insect control ii eight; Fred Abbott, corn captain, ['"eg" 101 -'"reported one; Lorene Wison, gar- She later gave a rtemonstratioi dcnlng and canning captain, re-' «»' ™Mn e accurate measurement ported one- Viola Burns, clothing 1 "' cookery. Keith Bilbrey, count captain, reported six; and Peggy "Bent, gayc suggestions on select ; lot Lake Members Hold 4-H Meeting A meeting of thc Flat Lake 4-H Club was held Wednesday wllh Lo- cne Wilson presiding. T'wcnty- il'ht club members, three leaders, ind t',vo visitors were present at his meeting. The group sane, led by Lorene Wilson. Thc devotional was Riven by J. D. Daniels. The program was as follows: A poem by Harold Daniels, n short story by Hilly Hrown, nn animal slory'by Betty Jo Matthews, and a trie composed of I'cggy June Stallings, poultry captain, reported six .___ ^Mlss Cora Lcc Coleman, home demonstration agent, judged the scurvcs brought by Lorene Wilson and Naomi Jones. She promised them a torpedo 4-H Club pencil with the motto and emblem on It. Gerald Cassldy and Perry L«c Adkisson from thc Armorel 4-H Chib gave a demonstration on tractor maintenance and farm safety. Miss Coleman gave a demonstration on accurate measurements in cookery. .'»<* ^ss for pryjcct and fall fai Two sponsors were present, Mill. W. Nichols and Mrs. T. R. Wat son. Mrs. Watson offered a pri lo the girls who would make pot holder according to tlic diret lions in the mannual. Gerald Cassidy, president of the hanks. Curtis J. Little Sonny Little Local & l.oMS Distance Moving CoLiii'Ctctit Help and eciuipiueut. A4«- i^ualcly Insured, contract Hauung anil Mlac. Services. Home Service & Storage Co. P!ion« 2801 The climate of Nebraska Is dry and temperate but subject to extremes. Meat packinp. Is Nebraska's lai'e- ?st industry, followed by dairy pi'o- and [lour mllline. River Washed Sand -- Gravel ' also Good Sandy Dirt for Fills Phone C. R. HESTER North Highway <il Presenting the New 7946 Aeronca Airplane SAFEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL SKE IT AND FI,Y IT AT MUNICIPAL AIKPOKT demonstrations by J. F. FIELDS INSTRUCTOR While You Wait H»U Cleaned *nd Stake* JO Minute Service The John's Shop 503 W. Main Bt RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on any make or rondel Reliable Workmanship. ?HONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Collihon Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Rzdlo Sain and Service 106 So. First St. POULTRY WANTED! Mr. Davis is connected \villi (he country's largest poultry buyers and offers highest prices at all times. ' TODAY and TOMORROW'S PRICES— Hens —25c Cox — 16c BRING VOUtt POULTRY TO US. 1711 West Vine St. Blytheville Plicts Subject to Change Without Notice HOW MANY GOOD DAY£A1t£ THERE? Did you ever know a year when there were enough good days for haying? That's why it's a good idea to have your hay machines irV smooth running condition before it'» time to cut. Then, when you c?n get out in the field, there will be no breakdowns to delay you., So order your parts early .. .while you're thinking of it. We'll see that you get original IH parts, in 'plenty of time for haying. Continuous Show* Every Day TJoi Office Opens 1 :4t Show SUrts 2:50 LUfZKN TO KLCNf Last Time Today Son Antonio will) Krroll Flynii ;iml Alexis Smith Paramount News and Selected Short Continuous Showing Everyday Saturday Hidden German Gold in America! DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY J Blytheville, Ark. M McCQRMlCK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS AND .SERVICE Radio Sales & Service Felix A. Carney 13S East Main Phone 3616 Sales - I'hllUps Robinson 8*nte* - Felix C»rn«> DON'T WAIT!!! We Wf// Pay You The TOP CASH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR 3rivc In Today —Get the Cash.' For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We A/so Sell Good Black Sandy Loam Dirt for Fills Larkin Service Station 219 East Main St. K. SI. I.urkin Hulcn Holmes We Arc Approved Blytheville Dealers DESOTO — PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complete stock of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Parla SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMOKE—Owner For Prompt Service On Repairs Bring Your Car to Our New Location Corner Franklin and Walnut Phon« 886 or 3524 FOR SALE 2000 BUSHELS RALSOY SOY BEANS Planted from Slate Certified Seed 50 Tons Alfalfa Hay D. &P. L. 14 Cotton Seed EARL MAGERS DC//, Arkansas Phone 635 en for Businessli TAYLOR SAND AND GRAVEL CO. Specializing in River-Washed Sand and Grave 1 Plant and Office Located On River at North End of Bushy Ave. CARUTHERSV1LLE, MO. Worth Waiting For... 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