The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1939 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, September 28, 1939
Page 7
Start Free Trial

THUHSDAV, SKroJMBKK 28, 1939 Bl-VTHEVfLLH, (AUK.) COUK1BK NEWS Protecting The Passer—1939 National League Leaders Haven't Scored Run In 25 Innings CINCINNATI. Sept. 28. tUP) — The Cincinnati Reds, who haven't scored a rim in 25 consecutive innings, battled frday to throw off one of their worst baiting slumps of the season and teat the 9t. Louis Cardinals in the game they need (o clinch the National Loaguc pennant. With a 2!£ game lead (lie Heds can clinch the flag by takln'j l!i» final same of Ihe Cardinal sorter But if they l:se they must lake two out of three in 'the winriup -scries with the I'irates to win i.he pennant. Since Billy Myers hit a homer with two males on h-isc in (he second inning of the first game cf Tuesday'); doublehcader, the Reds haven't scored a run. Bowman, Warnoke and Wciland. in relief- roles, shut them out ii\ Ihe la-jl seven innings of the opener. Then Morton Ccoper plastered, a 4-hit shutout on them in Tuesday's nightcap. "Fiddler Bill" McGce duplicate'.! Cooper's pevfonnancc '.vitii another 4-hil slnitout yesterday, beating Bucky Wallers, lop winner of Hie maj:rs with 27 notches on his pitching bell.. Allowing only one runner to reach third base, McGce slapped the Heds dosn. 4-0. for his 12I)> triumph against five defeats. Walters gave up only seven lills in losing liis lltli same, but one if them was Terry. Moore's homer and three of them were bunched in,one frame. So the Reds, who had keen so confident of' grabbing their first pennant in 20 years yesterday behind Walters, must rely en Paul Derringer, the league's leading pitcher with a record of 2<i and 7. in today's finale. Big Paul has won 9 straight, but in his last appearance against, the Cardinals they J t " i ' ' w~ ""v^'* ''. v ;r, '•''•K^vV*/-'; L - "*. • >- - ^_y*LTi;:~.,,iiffiig ._„„...._. Unnmily of Washington ftisl-stimg L icUlclrt s.uni is 1939 football warfare by piolection fii fullback Don .fonts. Gumding him. lelt to right, ar'c Dean McAdams (,-l halfback; Charles Bechlol, quarleroa:!;, r ,nd isiil Gleason, pony lefl half Pine Bluff Kision.,s Tute- If Zebras Get By Clucks By HAIiKV YOUNG (Mac Bluff Coimiicrclil MIIOHS lldilor) PINE BLUFF. Sept, 28.—Though the ever pessimistic Allen Duna- \vay, veteran c;ac'h of the pine Blulf Zebras, slill predicts that his squad will only win. at best, three or four games Ihis season despite the Zebras' 51-0 victory over McGc- hee in their 1039 inaugural contest, fans of the Bluff city are holding their breath in anlicipaticn of one of Dunaway's grealesl teams and in holies of the Zebras regaining their Arkansas conference ~iyowii (lint was lakcn from them last year at u local bakery lo support himself and his mother and attends school during the day; Kolicrt Wcu- zel, brother o[ Ralph Weiwel who Is bidding for an All-American end berth with (lie Tulane Green Wave this season; Charles Hart place kicking artist; Melvln Jordan 181) pound reserve fullback, and Jack Bodie, ail-slate junior quarterback last year. The probable starting line will average 177 pounds. It will consist of Jarre!) Bush and Jesse Slall- worih, ciici.s P;rky Davis and Roy Ferguson, tackles; Jim Kcnnedv i»"iVi T" R « dS ' C! "T *' n ' Blllff tacks ripped 'he McCichoc! In reserve" 1 be hopeless unless they unshackle fcrirarcl wall to shreds last Friday 1 fitle ill sH themselves at the plate. . n i g ,, ( „„,, , he Z( , bl , ( , inc was p ,.^ (^ ^^ Opposing Derringer will be either ticatly invincible, McGchee losing badly sprained shoulder nnil Max Lanier, r;okie southpaw, or four more yards from rushing than I Forsvthe a defensive w'n v ri K Curt Davis, vcuyn rigUlhaii 4 :r ^earned. The Umiaway cunning j tackle .that the Zebras arc Iroub t) mire than anywhere in the one reserve. Marbtrry Hurls Cats To Second Victory NASHVILLE. Term.. Sept, 28.— (UP)—The cuiinln; thai old Fhpo Marberry picked up (n a couple of deeadcs <;! baseball served him in good stead in Nashville's bnmlbox I part: and as a result the Fort Worth Cats were ohcntl Uvo games lo one loday in Ihe Dixie Serle.s. With sh;rt fences lo cither side of him. Die venerable Marhcrry simply served up softhalls last night and the Volunteers broke ] I heir backs In a vain effort to lieud ! over and take a toe-hold, rirp gave up 10 sealleiccl hits and Fort Worth won the ball game C lo 2, Outlines Hunting f a License Procedure Persons intending to bay hunting cr fishing licenses arc now re- _, . quired lo first fill out nnd sign an Keisci t-uri. D-IVIS, veuyin rigmhan^r n gained. The Uunaway cunning j tat who was knocked mil ol the box worked so well lhat a large number' let) mire linn im in the second inning of the of plays were lelt in Ihe "bag." i forward wall o'nlv PSmp l.lnipr liat: urnii f,i-i* „<>,«„,- vnarlir Tni- 41, ni,. »»„'.,»..._ ,-,..:.. ,,. ... .' . - game. Lanier lias won two games and l:st our. his lone defeat coining at the hands of the Kcds Sept. 5. He carried Wallers into the lenlb inning before finally ,losinj, 3-1. In the event of ir-fcnVd "vidtOry today, St. Loitis cannot win the pennant unless (he Pirates lake Uo out of three from the Reds 'in the three windup games at Pittsburgh. In that event, Hie Card: would have to lukc three" straight from Ihe Cubs to win Ihe flas? bv haU a game. Probable balling order: CARDINALS Brown, ss Giitteridge, 3lj Slaughter, rf Medwtck, If Mizc, ib Padgett, i; T. Moore, cf S. Martin, 2b Lanicr cr C. Davis, p HEDS Werfccr. 3b Frey. 21i Goodman, rf McC'crmtek. l Lomburdi. c Cralt. ct Berger, If Myers, ss E-arringer. p While the Hcds are Irving desperately to get the victory necessary to clinch the nag. the'Cubs, last year's champs, are fighting to salvage third place. They regained the third spot yesterday fr:m the idle ready .for their oppaieuls Friday night, the powerful Blylhcville Jhiclcs. Zebra backers were so impressed rbat (lie (bought of many at present is. "If J we get past Blyflicville, .ve are going to be mighty hard :o step." So fine Bluff is invading Haley Field not only with Ihe hope of breaking Ihe Chicks' five year por- —,. Russell Lambert, being listed. Lafittc is fully recuperated by game time. Bush may be shifted to'tackle There arc Fuzzy Watts and Frank Wcuzel to assist Atkinson and Warming Up For Series PAGE «*r Friday from their trip parts of Mississippi mid Loulsl- nnn. Mrs. li. ir. Robinson, Mis H p uunuvnul una Mrs. j. M. Dungnn attended the county 1'Hicijl Teacher MBOcinlton meeting nl, Blyllie- Vlllc I'YIdny. Mr. nnd MM.- I. a James'' mid family of McCrdry were Hie guests C! Mr. nnd Mrs. W. I. Pcgg Sun- Mr niul Mrs. J. A, Rogers and two rtimghters. of Memphis were Sunday S uesls or Mr. nnd Mrs K. • . A. u Ha)] 6 , )(!nt Monday In Memphis Mr, ami Mrs. w. \v. toren. of Colony, were (he ftiinclny of Mr, nnd Mrs. W. M Tiiy- loi' mid family. Allss Ada Mac n«rton. Reiser home ccBitomlci, inslriictor, uixl Miss MndRc Olnsffow spent Si.tnr- «»y In Illylhcville dvcornllu B bo:tli s for the Mississippi county fair. MLis Ruii) Bradford mem auur- <ln.v In Blylhcville SS 1 " 13 ' A " ec SUltl|e «»" Miss r-ofti ss .sp fn t the week- end'al PocalioiUas vkliw ui elr " ttttnllles, :,; V-,M"'-, M ' N. Kay rcturjad home' Hldny from a three weeKs-visit at Motile, Aln.. with her eon -W E'' Fisher, mid family ' ' Tvaynor Is Out As Pirate*' Manager I'lTTOBURGH, Sept. '28. (1JP)_; larold "Pie" Traynor, m&nagcr of the Pittsburgh Pirate 'National' League ball club, announced today thai he had resigned circcUvc at * the end of the present season' • • ' ft?' •n . 5 if . TELLS SECRET SSilS'ii^" 1 HM"alltr16"hi vendors at Yankee Stadium can hardly Jtrl.s nndci 1 way. for sale nt Klrby Bros., Dni's Store. , m tl| Wg t -l, B ,v iser^ News "as cliih I'm-iv Mrs. J. T. Polk cnlerlalned Ihe Two Table UriilBc club and eight guests nl her home In Reiser Thursdny afteniooii. Guests at the party ivtre: MI^ \viloy Qulim Ml.w iMiity Alice Stiiltlc. Miss Ruth Brndfn-d. Miss Kntheilne. Lottess, Miss i;<iblc Lcc Goman, Miss Mary Ann Fnulkncr, Miss Cordelia Cohen and Miss Charlie Wrifihl, At the conclusion of (he brl:l|!c games. Mr. s . ]> 0 )k served n s alad couriic and Ice cream and cake. 'Ihe club prl/e, a vanity drcsMr set, iwm (o Mrs. j. i(. Sullivan. Mrs. \v. M. Taylor received Ihe cut prize. ;„, Hniin,, cul W0] . k centerpiece, and Ihe Rucst pn/.c, book ends, wcnl lo Miss Hnth t 1 . T. A. ,11 eels C, M. Dial .superintendent of tin: was Installed as tloi! tf Mrs, Sullivan necessilatcd 11 new election. The meeting was opened \\-llh Mrs. H. p. Dunavanl Introducing Mr. Dial who In lum introilucctl the new members of the school faculty. Miss Ada Mao Dnilon u'ns In charge of Ihe program for the aflernooi). Miss Hiifo r ,| n, umV i.iit rendered a plmio solo and a talk was made by Mis, Westerllcld en "What A Teacher Kxpccts ol n Pupil." Mr. and Mrs. c. U, Hill and family spent Ihe weekend at 'Malhews, Mo., as the guest, of Mrs, J n, Neiil. Mr. and Mr.s. Jinnci, Uou'lcs vls- 1 Lcpnnln Sunclny. Mis. C. R. Ferguson and Mrs w. W. Hall returned to Kelscr Krl- , n president a the Parent Teacher — — "••*• •"«• application which must lie swor ar lo before aiiy ollicer administering ' association which met i M '' rtll I ","' Vcy ' Mo "' ls -i n ru-nioon In the high school'- torium. Mrs. w C Wall presided Other ofhcers chosen were- Mrs ' Mp, , - clicint clerk, who said this pro- ccdiire is now required by stale on were- rs law Heretofore it has been the Harvey Wilson, vice president- Mrs' custom lo (ill out Ihe applicaticn Wo-ilei-lldd. secrclnry and M,-, / before (he circuit clerk at me umc ! II. Sullivan, treasurer. Resignation' of buying the license. The., law docs not permit one per- of, nil officers chosen lit the close son to ,ygn applications and obtain of.spliool last year wttli the cxccp- " thT'vl,, "' W " lta to cxtra » e -' liM " SK !m M ^' »««>•». »'r. More c£m l j »™d to the m pointed out that considerable I n ,, lacks experience. Wc » 2cl K1 ' f " slo ' »"»' be eliminated II ! -' Virgil Woortcll, one of the oul- -jii-.iMir.; MIC I^IIICKS nve vear per- » „ r- ; — ""' uuv Tec, home record but also will,'the' ^l^f L ?.. "* .^ ^ thought fliat if the Chicks are- hurdlccl, a clear field lo the con- i ferenco championship may lieLr.i, ahead. ' * lllc It will a qneslion of „, , - , . reserve strength, especially in the V , .'1 nl " ls not '" tilc backfield. when Ihe x.Ss i- in I ° f C ° !K " UO "' wel S'""S only against the Dildymen l-riclay night, i "°"" d5 lo ilis normi11 1( W. Every member of the Pine Blutf ' rilc rc *crves turned in a capable start in place of Kennedy 'hie Bluff pivot positiin as U regarded as ihc better «o on ( Woortcll is just recuperating fivm an attack of malaria and is not in the 170 parties buying licenses will first secure Iheiv application and fill it- out, before presenting it, to the clerk for issuance of a license. slarliiij; lineup is a 1933 lettcrman but when Dutiaway wans the reserve bench for substitutions, lie may rim into trouble. Opening in the Zebra backfield against Blythevillc will be Robert and Raymond Hutson. twin brothers of Don flutson. former All- American end at Alabama and now cue of the scoring threats of the Green Day Pnckers. Virgil Me — " j vmv*imji j.i L in niv iv tii; v_"i t,tu UUy I ilthC t ."I. V it gll iVlClOIlCy Dodgers by Uiking lv:o IQ-inninR j and Tommy LcfUvlch. Both the battles from the pirates. 0-H and n-5. Detroil reeled oil its sixlh straight by making SEVCJI iiiis count for as many runs in a 7-1 victory r.vcr tho Browji.v. 'Hie Cleveland Indians took over third placo in the American League by a half-game \\hcn they swept both ends of their aM.crnoon-nlglit d-ublchcadcr with the Chicast, While Kox, 5-2 ami 1-5. Huttons and I^ftwich are capable ball carricis vhilc Mcroney Is the line-backer nnd Mocker The quartet will average 154 pounds. Robert HiiLson weighing 154 and his twin 158, Leftwich, M7, and Mercney :5it. All of the remainder of the Red ind White backs arc of doubtful •iiliber. The 1 pick of the reserve :car ranks are Charlie ChAveis, Mo ,:ound rabbit buck, who works nights pcrfcrmancc agaiast McGehcc but lliey have yet to meet a severe test. That, is why fans are predicting that if Blythcvjlle is beaten the team may be mighty hard to atop Blyliieville is the test—if it i s passed a conference crown may be in the waiting. HOI,I) EVKKYTHING .- By Clyde Lewh \'^ u,-1 V • \-^^-' ^L \ • ^'< M* ^ ! "Homer, oW boy, you curlainly do dish out a mean cuisinel" ' ADVEKTISOIKXT I.-OK |jn;.s I'rnjccl No. ,uh. l2)ri-F Sealed proposals will-be received fcy tlift Board ct Commissioners at tiie office of Sub-District, Ho. 3 of Grassy Lake and Tyronza Drainage District Mo. 9, of Osceola, Arkansas, until '2 o'clock p. M.. (Central .Standard Time), or OctoSei 1033, for: KNI.ARGKMIv.Vr ()!' JMIAIXAUE SVSTIW1 Estimated total yardage involved is ««.OflO ciiliie yards. At which time and place ihe proposals will he publicly opened and read aki:d. j Any bid received ailcr oJosini; time will he rclimicd unopened. Copies of Ihe plans, specifications and oilier proposed Conlracl Uncii- mcnLs arc im file In the olfke of Siib-Iji.sti-ict No. :j of Grassy Lake, and Tynma Drainage District. No. I 5. at O.sceoia. /\rkansao. and are i cpen for imblic iiibiiccUon. A sol ; of such documents may he obtained from Sub-District, No. :i of Grassy Lake and Tyronza Drainage District No. n, ut Osceola. Arkansas, upon deposit of Five Dollars <S5.CjO». mis riepofcil, will be refunded lo each aelual bidder upon re- Inrii of such documents l» ybcd cccrlttion within ID days after the tcccipl of bids. .Clhei deposits will l)c refunded, with reductions not exceeding the actual cost, of reproduction of me rtiawiinjc, upon thi rcll:rn of all documcnt.s in good c:nriitiGii witliin thirty (30) days nfler riatc of oyentng o< bids. TJie character and amount of security to be furnished by each bidder are stated in the above mcn- ticnccl documents. No blri may bo vvilhdrawn. uller the jjcliednlcd tlosins lime for receipt, of bids, for nl. !e»H thirty «.30> clays. The HtKinl of t'ommissiciicrs re- swvcs the right, to reject L'ny or »» bids and lo waive informalities. • Board of Commiislcneis of Sub-Ulsli-icl No. J CJvassy Lake and 'I'yronz.Li Drainage District No. 9, By G. B. 8EBRAVE5, Cliaiiniau, 28-5 Property,. Triilisjjrowcil- CLEVELAND. O. (UP)-Godfrey Holmes, a i)rlnler, must find a way to push the upper ,st:ry of his frame print shop back seven- hths of an Inch (o prevent it from hanging over the. adjoining property of the M. C!. Stone Co. ALFALFA SEED FOR SALE We Imvc on hand a supply of New Crop alfalfa sen) for sale. U. S. Verified ami :ip- firwil fnr A.A./V luij-mcnl Jti Nnitll Central Dislrlcl. L. R. Matthews Gin Co rlioni- ll-r-'i Yarbro I'ost Office, Itlytlicvtllc, Arh. REAL COFFEE ALWAYS FRESH BUY A PKG. TODAY ELLOWSTOXE "fife GREATEST American Whiskey" WHITE LABEL 100 PROOF • Bottled in Bond i'OWCKUBEL 90 PROOF 4 Years Old l>i .Iril,ul.,1 ),, VX1TKI) I.MJl'OII Wln,l.^:,|,.,u I.illll- Id.rk. I'nrl Slnilli THE WONDERFUL brd Tractor THE TRACTOR THAT WILL REVOLUTIONIZE FARMING — On Display At The — [ississippi County Fair THE NEW FORD TRACTOR Makes History and Here Is Why- » * lighter Urn. ,,,,tl.l,.g new „„ the IIialkt , allll f ,i wll , ,;„,.„„,„„„ ., row „. I ve ractor; it embodies a revolutionary ,,c,r principle of lonl allacl,mt,,l whid, cre- s c mo,, «™,, ile llin , of m , tl , ;ncry na (fl ..„„ ;( rarni _ H |s Mir o «ha nliic,- macl,i,,rs of i.s n,(i,, ; ,„„, Ulld will „„ lhll , w „„ „„„., , rnr d», and finally, ,t wll , apCTale al „,„„„ , f) , ir( , Bf w)ut , )|C ^^ ^^ ^ ^^ Don't Fail To Sec The t\cw Ford Tractor! A I The Mississippi County Pair! r^tT\ CO. Slli & Wuluul 810 Famous Musical Merrymakers AT THE OKE flHS ONLY Don't Forf/el ihe HORSE &1ULE ;ST FRIDAY FREE ADMISSION TO THE GRANDSTAND This entire day is turned over to the 4-H Clubs of this section—special grandstand attraction in the afternoon. ' RODEO FeiOAY NIGHT SPECIAL FOOTBALL DANCE AID FLOOi! SHOW ai Ihe after the KlytheoiUe-Hneliluff Game BAY & NIGHT

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free