The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1944 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, November 27, 1944
Page 5
Start Free Trial

;MONDAY, N0VEMBEIl 27, 1944 Osceola To End Season Thursday Marked Tree Indians Will Be Opponents For Final Contest OSCEOLA, Nov. 27-Tlie Osceola bemmoles nnd Marked Tree IH- nians, 1044 Northeast Arkansas oonfcrcnce champions, close out tne current football season here niursday afternoon, starting at 2 'Wlille the championship Is not 'ivolvcd, the Seinlnoles will seek to gain revenge for an earlier meeting, thereby accomplishing something that other members of the loop have been unable to do. In the third game of llii! j>ear Hie Indians defeated.tlie Semlnoles, 20-0, °" « rain-soaked,- soft field that handicapped the. fast tribal backs. Marked Tree has only Its perfect conference . record to protect. The Indians clinched their sixth straight championship since the NBA league , Tcam ™s organized with' nn easy 19-G LJUlc K** victory over Augusta two weeks' Hot Springs . o "go. The only blot on their season ' Nol 1 n I>. Rock' 6 record is a 12-0 defeat at the hands of the powerful Jonesboro Golden Hurricane.- -. . ; . Teams Are Idle Both teams rested last week and should be at their physical peak for the annual Turkey Day clash. Ccach Kohn Tiray, former Arkansas Chicks arid Ptijftjpses Prepare Week COURIER The curUln,;wllrf»U .tlijs week' on the 1944 .foothill season' of the Blytlievllle High School -Chlcka^ saws and the Junior'High . . . • ....., ., . Coach Arvll Green's Chicks jet their last chance:of : the .year-to rack up a conferenc* victory when they face the, Forrest •'city'. MusV tangs Wednesday 'night' in'the T*- newal of tlielr iinhual Thaniiglv- Ing Day rivalry.. ' ; '•"'.';. .- ! . •,' i : Sylvester . (Pop). Maslsy's' 1 Pi-, pooses, riding the,crest oj. a.4bre«- game winning stregk', conciuat the best Junior . campaign: jh Teamsyiefor Second Russellville El Dorado . Jonesboro .. Pine Bluff Benton . . Hope . ... Fort Smith -- -•* .. U1U.J. tunnel /llAtULSUS , ' ' College star, stales his chai-ees have 'SP 1 * 06 .,: • come through the gruelling cam- 1 B1 .vthevllle paien in fine condition and expects to open at full strength. _ On the otherhand, Homer Bourns, w. L;T, Pet.- Pts. OP, 80:0 l.WO 293 21 SO '.666 118 ;?8 •3' 0 .6S8.164 121 60 •91 6* '2 86 4 . 4 . 3 '2 . 4'3 :. s 3 .11 .13 .-'1 . 1 2 : 0 .6«fl 2: 1 ..643 09 0 .tOO 81 1 .562 191 0 ..'MX) 103 1 '.500 33 1- .300 r .auu vi w> •-,— .." 3 0, .250 33 .77 ?'B 15 'or 7 0'.'•.Tl25:.38 242 l?!' en .'. n ? ! °OU years - Tuesday night against the strong Osceola Semlnole Reserves. ^Both gamits will be played under thfl lights of Haley Field. The Junior contest gets under way promptly at 7:30, while the Chicks aiid Mustangs get (heir first kick- Mi, away at 8 o'clock. :•;•' , Manxmen. N«d Win -.For the Maroon and White forces It will be the (inale of one of the' most disastrous seasons In sphool history. They have dropped eight of ten games, five in the Arkansas High School Conference, scoring only 51 points while allowing 299. Their two wins came against. Batesvllle, 6-0. and Col- lieryllle. Tenn., 19-o, and both In succession. With exception of tlio first two.losses, afialnst Caruthers- .VJlle, 19-tt, and Parkin, 14-7, the (rlbe' was buried under top-heuvy sp>tes. Uttle Rock won, 4fl-0. Pine Bluff blasted out .n 58-0 defeat. North .Little; Rock finished on the long end of a 47^7 count. Jonesboro made It, three in-a row with a, 31-0 defeat. Humes High of Memphis inaugurated the scries with nil easy 51-6 romp. Lust week Riissell- YUle scored Its first victory over a Mor/mn an a WMi c staiiclnni bearer .- v .. ...-7 score. . . .-'.Needing .the victory over Ihe Muitangs to clinch,a berth In . - two years, In isn't dissolved in , er ourns faeminolo chieftain, may liavc to da some more, switching to complete ms first string. His ranks already «'cakcne<i by the loss of Freddie uanmster to the Navy, and injuries to Henry and John Griffin, the .5 6 ••'.OOO'-.U 215- 'avor,.Qf.:some other league, the Malverri ......;.'o'',3 •'d'^QOO''58"5.7.iphlcks .'arc i'certain ( to Individual make • a .Jhial :stand and' odds 'appear ' -"••••.••"••••* uv«"."^.._ , "'..I v w v* -*** 1 .™ 1 'aimui IUHI uuus appear „, :; . I i i :'''. '.Ex. or 1 '.! Just atout'even. It was against the Player, school,..,; fas. ; Ptj. /Pis-.!same .. Thoroughbreds that the R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. ,WEEK-DATT. NIGHTS Bor Offfce Opens 7:15—Show Starts at 7:30. SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS . Box Office Opens 1 1 Shaw Start! 1:15 • •Last Time Today PJODUCED BY 8E«r GHANEI* DIRECTED BY EICtlAtD V/AUACE- KKO News & Comedy Tuesdty & Wednesday Tuesday Night Is Opportunity Night Bringing b;ick Memphis Belle, . ' by request "TAKE IT BIG" with Jack Haley Harriet Hilliard, Mary Beth Hughes KKO NEWS AND COMEDY *--, ..,,—,, . ; --n u. Hoffman,.Little-Rock. 23; •'29 Baldwin,. Pine Bluff. 10•• ' 6 „ Turchi. Pine Biuff L.-9 • 4 ' M Canada, Hot Springs. .8' a ' 50 Titsworth, El Dorado-, 'g--.' •!>•: 49 Hestlf, Little-RpcX' ::. 8- ' -0 • '48 Combee, North LI it..•-.7 • -3•-.''.' 45' •Russell, Pine Bluff.'..;.7, ,"o ^2 Albright, little Rbckv'-5''- • O'-'.-sS: .Reed, Russellville.:..-I'5'' :! 0 • 30 Yates, North L':,.'h.;.,/"! -,4"-;28' Neese, North .L. R.:... '4 ' .'• 3'; "27i .Jett; •Hot-Springs-. .;.:•'.'. - 4-. --yi -.' 26 • Result;Last' W«<* ; •'.•'• - ..'\ Benton-13; Forrest Cjlly-'b' 1 -- '•" - ' "' Hot Springs 6, r JonssTwro-o:'' "•;'' 1 North L,' RocV,3a;Fordyee'i4.-'-, Riissqllvllle, 31; - Blythsvllle.' 7.•'>-• >iv The race in^the:' ArUbfiBii High" School .Conference Irnalrily, is' concerned with secbrid Iplac'e .this" week; Welch To Meet Big Jim Parker Yaqui Joe To Grapple Lawson In Other Bout At Arena tonight THK CAKI) »OUItu;.lWAIN EVKNT Vaqui Jo« (165) versui • Buck Lawson' (210) ' Roy Welch (Zi5) •. C ; versus ''-'• : lifs Jim Parker (zaf •, ; Ttativ wrestling,, wind, Has featured MIC weekly! mat shows here for some time, will piovc oWr'aW give way, to Individual matcUes iot I remoter Mike ,\fcroriey's presentat tlon tonight. ... | The local Legion inalclimaktr has booked nn all-star cast for an.'allV ' ,! .. .(ft 1 ""•' wi'ox 'will lje decided li\t- 'ppwer,,'' skill, ability, «H»nr lo '»»fl<X. 1ms the, edge In weight runt Wtliaps speed. Welch probably lias j'lc "(Ivfinlagc In experience. T|ieii pTji, • i llns ' llls ' ' lcil<11 >' -body sin"'. J/rxer is certain.(d nmke sure Hint friu. *tt S . "'^•JPMosiM-niR the trpy. If he does, okay, If not, (hen Ili (oo bud. >; 'same Thoroughbreds mat. me "<"» iiratcnes v.111 ha\e the homfelIngs racked up a 20-0 victory ll!) l hour aiy a half time limit .last year to prevent a complete " cst f«"s out of three decidim? season- shutout, having dropped v[l:lnr «lght .In. a • row without victory un- Ml. »Un /(«~l~ .. til,the.finale. . ':'Papooses Show Tromise '•':Pn. the other hand, "Pop'' has dorje, wonders with his small, in- "txperlen'ced .band ': of Papooses. .Taking up; the helm after the sport had.been •abandoned for two spoons,', the'grand ol' mnn ot the local'high school has fashioned n smooth •working, courageous eleven which 'has -scored victories over the Osceola .Reserves, 13-6; the apneibpro • Whirlwinds; 13-12; |he Luxora Panthers, 12-7; and Mark- e'd. Tree' Rescn'es, 20-0. Tli'cy have '- by the Semlnole n-f iT-. ,. V. •"'"!-, -, Li " i ? .•"=«», t"t c '^ :',"con;ii. u>- me tjeminoJe Hot Springs. North 'Little 'IJoclt 6nd Seconds, l . 7 T 0; Jonesboro Whirl- Ru.siellvie .seeking the rurmfeup winds; • 19-G, and Kaiser High slot to-the elght-fimes . vlctorldtis "-^-—•••—••- "' b " unbeaten Little.'RockiTigers" before: the season ends .Thanksgivlrig ', ' ! Russellriile, • with: foiir/'wlns.and two losses, have completed Hts cbri-, ference campaign, buU'th* .Wildcats and Trojans, with, six !wins' ancl three losses apiece4-all tlire*- holding .666 .averages—inust 'battle.far' the honor., . . ^ ' " ', • •_ ;, ... Bengals in. their .•nnual -gru'dee game, and : Hot Springs,- plays'...Most to Port-Smith.- In: other, Ble''15 games',, Pin ; e.Bluff IsJ at «opV ,.Cam:den nioves' : B1 ; 'Dorado,. -'- J *—'•• •' est city journeys to Bli ^Thc Individual.scSing.V.^,^ lul the 10th straight .week; igihVall John Hoffman, Jrhe ;Tiger":fullback ts, leading J...'C. Baldwin of'pine Bluff by 101 points.; '• r< VJ.nne . -.Thured»j' s ;GiriiRa ... • xNorth L. Rock- at;i,IWIe"-Roclr' xCamrien at El.I^rado. . - '. xPort Smith at Hoi-J3prlhgs. xPorrest City'ki BIjlheYille xPinc Bluff-at H6pe.; .. • /. Clarksville atrRusseliyiile; V'v Sublaco-at Payetteyllle •'•". : Batesville. at : NewpoH.-' ,'--f-~ -Beebe at Sparcy. ! ' .'.-:• '"•'- f .' Rogers, at-Sprlrig'd»le."v "'., Lake Village at Eudora', • ",. Texarkana T<entriaria (Tex ) Cotton plants at Wsh4^' J . Magnolia;.it I.Srjia^ovtr.v; i . Marked Tree.-la-. 1 Brinkley, at'StvUgart/-'; •• Dumas at Defmoft.;'.-'.: ' - McGehe'e' .at-'Knigl&nd.:' .••••' .'' Augusta at:'B«ld Khpb.t f• Marlanna; aV.Helehi/ '•'-'•'< Dierks -at Nashville^-: ; -''• Hartford 'at Bponivjlle.: Fordyce at-'.Warren..'.', '. Greenwood :at.' Mansfield.: Atkins al Conway. - Paris at Van Bilren.' ' . ' Horatio at DeQueen.'- x—Conference gaine. tribal chief received another serious blow prior to the Parkin game when his two great guards, Gene Butler and Stan Kramer, turned up sick. Butler didn't, even play against the Tigers; and has, been taking It easy In order to be ready for the Marked Tree .invasion, the No. i game of the home season. Coach Bourns has been .doing some experimenting for. this contest -ind may have somciunpleasantsur- mscs in store for:the champions He did not reveal ; if'hat are cort- anied In the surprise bundles and irobably will wait lihl"' o explode them, j GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service J Also—Vulcanizing and lift Repair WADE COAL CO. N. IIwy, 61 CEILING PRICES Phw« 2291 Buy Your Winter Supply of ! WOOD and KINDLING \Whi1altlsAvailable. PLANTATlbN OWNERS'SPECIAL PRICEC^hoO RANK LOtSf-- BARKSDALE MFG. GO Blytheville, A*k, rhk :gam'e. with, the Semlnole Reserves will be. the: rubber contest, and is • expected to be one of the. highlights of the -season. Oscep!a' /expected to send . a largt delegation, while efforts will have the largest crowd of. Ihe season on hand to help the Juniors round put 'the year In a blaze.-of glory. . ., .•'. • . ' FAIRHAVEN,-Mass. (UPr—Rogcr C^Saumiers of Falrhaven came horne recently ; to, find -his home afire;: .-He, telephoned -firemeii and • P £*? i ^ I ? le ihei?helped-'the"m ?t Uie^blaze. But tlie'otldity was S ^ : -l al<1 Ior fi S ntl ™ a a' ffre U at program, featuring' a pa'lr'ojf "dividual matches with' a • couple of Indians in Ihe limelight ' <• ] Yacnii j oe , „ ruirblqodcd membei of the long Hue of Yaqul tribe makes his debut before local-farif «om i» (he first match,, facing Boisterous Buck Lawson, the popu? Slum who used to' leach the joung blue Jackets, the'ttne.l '•". ui getting rough in h'nnd-to- hand comb-il, Known In some circles ns commando tactics Ko) Welch Return., | For the finale of the promising actlon-sluclded caixl, R 0 y W clch uerin of local wicstlcrs, return* for me second succes^he week to meet „}£ Jlm 1 ! nrku ' Bll ° com ^ "&ck ""nL! 1 '^.'™ »f.several years; ha\e the us,Up victor - — v * ....v.u ucfiujjjjf U)e Yijqul Joe, rated one of the cleverest men In Uie wrestllitg game, ttiirgive a«a } sonic lo or 15 pounds to Lawson, but that weight dlfier- D™»I IS , " Oi C1( 1 )ci:tc d'tq make'.h "n . < l B l 1 JL' d '««.h»«« Acoordlhg , Snead Winner •n Open Tournament , -l'ORTUNp,-Ore..Nov. 27 (Ul>)- ;bannnln' SammySiiead'/.lhc genl •who was ^upiwscd lo told under .pressure, Is -the whife- r ln rort- ment;° rt ' KO)l ' S ^"d^lfT 01 ""' 1 .i^M' 1 ' 1 !-* 1 wns s .' 1 4 <t ' s "''si- crack •»• wlR.time nolf s!i\cc his recent 80 from the NnvJ', and Sam 'ad oi*"' 1 "• 289 -- lii '° f ' !ll ' ol " 1Ji Ins, N. Y. .- ;. •,. . ''•i; Hot-Springs' VJrgliiin pro I a par 12 round yesterday and ixir on every hole except his (our on Ihe [IfU'i nnrl his five In Ihe' ninth. ; iicsn •wiis.tied wl|h gncml nt ,^W whcp Ihe -Jliml round : sUrtud. (p-oppcd'one stroke Uchlnd on list rhnlf, round ntul had n 38 oil the back nine. waj, National Piofoislonnl tlolfers AssocliUlon :i)ul open chnmp in 1IH2 before he Joined the Nuvy. Dotli Snead niul Tiiniesu turned hi.brilliant nerrornmnc«i dosiillu diivlns nilh. a hilly course, and Inter, a soggy Held. HaUU'smikes <lo nut seek to avenue Hie death of a unite. 'n lc y urc iitlriictci! to the death eccnc From wllc rc oe Marsh. Keeping American Homes Intact We're fjrciit homo lovers in our town. K'imlly folk-like most Americans. So when w;ir caiV, :>IK| Iho hoys left In uniform, and the girls went Into war plants, folks Ijogim to Kliakc their heads. Tnko Him llyiK'i-'s family, for Mom nnd Sis sit down to write their tlnlly letter to Hen Jr., they're closer toyothcr than ever . . . Ijouud by n strong nnd common purpose— to keep (holr family, their Amcitai, Intnct. Young Hr-n'.s I,, dio Nnvy, mill his sister's In tlm ulr- 1'limo plant, lli'n'ti foi'onmii nt lli« fool shop, ;iinl Mn spends liw <ifiys n( (ho (,'nnleon. A broken homo? Don't you be- llevo It! When lien volnxos with Ills cve'ulnji gluss or hecr, From of rliiKTl«i Urn |» (hut fumlly Nnli'Il-ln tlio (olprnn'co imd mu-' dial rrsiircl anil iiiiilcr«t«jiillnK Ilial liavo matlfl Ilin Amorlcau rainlly a wU-oiiK nnd 1 vital force fur Good I WKtN HEAD COLDS STRIKE PAGE FIVE',,; >-,- Irops.ln <a>ch noriril- iv natlibWr.galn.C.u.' tioniUiwoulyfuUirected. KMETItft *?$£ PKQM Try Our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory l Across From High School Dr. J. L, Guard Optometritt at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main Yam f , fast, shifty ^eral times Joe highly skillet! . , y s veteran and Is certain to prove ,,_ M nii("'nj t'lG 101) roiigh profession Indian Uses feet Joe will likcK. hi ho have seen him ar-' he ^ 3USl as ««o"«ve with - cxtremetl « ^d often has an opponent without the hh hands In the proceed- But' he is certain to have his , et - f "" «h«n ta toS Ln« son The ex-gob is ouit e. the •thome.»ltli Giants m Combat on4 encounter M the If they decided to,; put on n scientific show tliey ° !lar f to a ° na * ^al ort to the rock and sock style earlj That will be "he 5 'E n »' J LOUIS CHERRY NEW YORK ffiTSsukANCE CO, •'"•-'- *" NOTICE TO PROPERTY 0>YNE|S * "K* AND ROACH ' ' GUARANTEED W ' BLAN «NSHIP Planters Hdw. Co., Inc. home of .' SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT DE LAVAL MILKERS and SEPARATORS GOULD'S ELECTRIC WATER PUMPS U. S. BELTING and PACKING CANDLEWICK CRYSTALWARE COMPLETE LINES OF HARDWARE Phone 515 3 BlytheviUe, Arlr. F. B. JOYNER , SERVICE STATION Cflrncr'Ash & Second Sis. (l.unnccly Tom 'Jackson Scv.' ESSO GAS& OILS WASH-GREASE TIRE REPAIR — Call 1911, BRtWINB INDDSf HV roUHDftTION . Open 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 onday Night 'ONE snow 'Government Olivia IMluvllunil A. Sonny Tufts ' It's tough if your car wears out And ^ 600,000 cars will probably wear out this 1 Wirater. 89 £ive your car the. cold \\cailicr protection needed now Save on motor, chassis, battery, urcs, gears nnd 'Other Vita! parts by Smclair-izmg for • Winter. Drive into your Sinclair 11 C Gasoline Dealer's today. 1 Sinclair Refining Company- sur WM IOVDJ SINCCAlR-;zf Sinclair's Pos»-War Program: Better Products, Better Service NOW! WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, HOY. 27, 8: 75 p.m. Admission of any Wresllins Arena In America ' •ved Seals On SaleVlrTe LeSon Arena' _. Every Monday from 6 p. m. on :":,'• "DOUBLE MAIN EVENI Yaqui Joe vs. Buck Lawson and Roy Welch vs. Jim Parker (Both 90-Minute Time Limit, 2 out of 3 fall Matches) Trucks are war workers, too; In fad, "Transportation spells Liberation" by performing mfracfeof movemenl of mon ond supplios on the working Iron! at horn. ju5l ai il dow on Iho fighting fron!s abroad. .. . Millions upon millions of vital war haulage jobs are being performed by Chev- rol.i tru t k, today with characleristic Chevrolet stamina and reliability. BUV WAR BONDS-AND KEEP THEM VIMl WAR MATERIALS ^^^_ MUNITIONS FIRST IN SERVICE" Eich Chevrolet Co. BlylheyiUe, Ark. Phone 678 Double Feature 'Hi, Ya, Sailor' willi l)on:ilil Woods & Eljsc Kno\ New Theatre Manila's Finest What have you ilone today. that some mother's, son should die /or you tomorrow? —BUY BONDS— in our lobby. No wailing. We are issuing agents. Last Time Today 'THE CONSPIRATORS" with • . Hcily Liimarr. & Paul llcnreid. Fox Ncivs & Short Tuesday "THEY MADE ME A CRIMINAL" with John Ciarfleia & Ann Sheridan Serial ifc Short CHICKASAW Wett Main Near ZlA BL S»L ttarta 12:45; Boo. *tarte 1:41 Night showi 5:iJ Except Monday, open* f:i5 Cantfanoai shows 8»t and 8n. Last Time Today "SOULS AT SEA" wilh Carj Cooper & Gcorjrc Kaft Universal News Tuesday BUDDY NITE 2 Tkketa Far the Price «f 1 "THE KANSAN" _ with * **' . Ri«hard l)K & Jane Comedy

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free