The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 28, 1944 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 28, 1944
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Pafagould Show Opens Thursday J. H, Crain Among . Exhibitors To Have Horses In Show now, at least for the time being, . . . lite "sweating" period is over; the objective accomplished. .PARAGOULD, Ark., June 28. — Plans were well under way Tues- diy for the fourth annual Klwanls Club Society Horse Show to be held In Para gouid Thursday and Friday night at the Harmon playfleld for the benefit..of the underprivileged children's fund. One hundred and thirty-six highly bred and trained horses ore expected to compete cash and 25 tr ed 'at the two grounds 1 have i.. . .. and placed in readiness nnd four he simply wrote: Capt. Clyde J. large , tents are up to house the* Wilson in the upper left hand cor- horses and equipment. Workmen ner of his envelope which he wrote are building stalls, U\ck racks and ills wife, the former Miss Bdytlio BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.). COUKIEB NEWS DOPE BUCKET BY 1. t. . I OVER (stops, and you have to go to (he Clyde J. (Bud) Wilson can relax,brink and wash the fresh water %«• R^ TPnc* f/\r Hl/i I Itllft. linlnrr . '.. -tr ' . . ., and that's no ensy Job". . . . Buck, another erstwhile Chickasaw grldder, says his outfit hook- He received another silver M ,, p wjth thc . Mnrlncs ,„ „ sofl . bar to go wih the one he has been.ball game and lost 5-2. . . , "The , other equipment Inside the tents. lEdds. From what Captain . Among those who have already Wilson said In his last letter to listed e ntr!es in the -show are BenjEdythc the "heat" surely mast be Howell, Memphis; Mrs. Martha Folk, ^ Memphis; Magnolia Farms, Memphis; Arthur Fulmer, VMom- on In England. ... He ssld lie flying from 10 to 12 iiours dally, In the air almost continuously for phis; Plainvlcw Stables, Murray, the last three weeks—well, since Ky.; W. A. Hcmplilll, Kennctt; J. JD-Day STAYS—Major H.'Crain, Wilson; Dr. N. B. Ellis, i Richard P. (Dick) Tlpton appar- Wilson; George W. Stein, darks- cntly did not return to Italy where dale, ' Miss.. .George K. Ktmball, he has been for well over a year. Bliss Yancey, Mariana; Dr. T. A. 1 . . . He V-mallcd recently that Peterson, Wynne; Billy Grubbs, he visited his brother, Col. Jim- Setrcy; W. W. Beech Jr.,Marlruia; my TJplon. . . . It was presumed, L'.;A. Harris, portngcvillu, ami H. nt le<vst from this corner, that he H. H. Harris Stables, Alvin Sum- was on social cult to the British uel, Jeff Roland of Paragould, and Isles. . . . But lie has written many others ore expected to come several times since nnd all'have Jh. '. ' . : jbecn dntcd In Englnnd, giving rise The first night class with lottil to thc belief that he has rejoined prizes are: Model three-galtcd, tro- his former •commanding . officers, . .„..., „,, „.. „„.,„ phy and foiir ribbons; Green Coun-1 Gen. Jimmy Doolitlle and Gen..(Fifth Street, beginning at 7 !'. M. ty walking horses, trophy aiid four.Arnold Spaatz, . . . Dick hnsn't Clyde Harper Is general ' cnrnival ribbons; amateur five galled, tro-'suld, though, and likely wouldn't. 1 chairman, and co-chairmen arc phy. four ribbons, $55; colls, trophy • • . He commcntc'd that Jimmy Bruce Fisher, James Cullum, George *nd four ribbons; walking two-1 was "looking pretty good : for • n K '"S. Jerc Klngsbury, nip nldglcy.' year-olds, trophy, four ribbons, 'married man, even though he is Byron Wnrd, Charles Manning, m- 137.50;' fine harness open, trophy, sporting a neat mustache". 'th'cr Williams, Sum Helton, Chan Hutchcnsbn' and William Russell Mlddleton. . . . Pals and school mates, they met recently ,In the Southwest Pacific through efforts Of their parents. . . . T. H. Cara-! way, former employee of Ark-Mo Power, Is bemoaning his luck. . . .. He writes that he recently was on the Russell Islands nnd didn't know until he had shipped out that WO Mitchell Best was there. . . . With the 17th Spcdnl Seabees, SK 3-c, T. H. hopes to avoid further such misfortunes. He risks for the addresses of some of the boys In thc SWP, which were promptly sent. Jaycee Carnival Planned CARUTHErtSVILLE, Mo., . June 28—The animal' Junior chamber of •Commerce street carnival will be held .Friday night, Juno 30, on. Bust five ribbons, $75; walking, trophy, five ribbons, $75; open .three-gutted, Atrophy, five ribbons, $75; open junior walking,- trophy, five ribbons, .$75; open Junior five-galled, trophy, HAVE GKT-TO-GETHEIl Some of the Blythevllle boys Iti New Guinea recently had a big gct- to-gether. . . . Staff Scrgt. Horace Walters wrolc Ills parents. Mr. five ribbons, 575;-open live-galled, jand Mrs. j. W. Walters, El.' 3, trophy, five ribbons, $75; open road- [that he finally contacted Capt. Euster, trophy, five ribbons, $75, aiid gene Hood nnd they had quite a junior horsemen, trophy and four session. . . . Gene took him to ribbonsi leapt. Jimmy Crook and they had . 'Events io be held 'Friday night lots to chin about. . . . Gene — : ! Model five-gaited, trophy nnd hauled out ills ship and the three four • ribbons; Northeast Arkansas and : Southeast Missouri pleasure horses, trophy, five ribbons and »25; amateur three-galled, trophy, five ribbons, $75; Arkansas owned walking stallions, trophy, .five ribbons, $75; fine harness stnkc, trophy, six ribbons, $250; Arkansas open five-galled, trophy, live ribbons, $75; champion thrce-galtcd stake,-trophy, eight ribbons, $500; champion junior : walking slake, trophy, six ribbons, $250; junior fivc- gaifed stake, trophy, six ribbons, $250; champion walking stake, tro- Phy, eight ribbons, $500; champion five-Baited stake, irophy, eight ribbons, $500, and champion ronclsler stake, trophy, six ribbons, $250. Counties Apply For Fair Premium Funds LITTLE ROCK, June 28. (UP)— Twenty-one counties have applied for county fair premium funds [ram $35,000 set aside /or the purixisc this year. Arkansas Auditor j. Oscar Humphrey. says counties have until July 15 to apply for the prenii; funds. premium r Alreadj applying for fair funds are the counties of Clay, Columbia, Conway, Crittendcn, Garland Hempstead, Jefferson, Lonoke, Mississippi, Perry, Phillips, Pike, Prairie, Pulaskl, Searcy, Sevie'r, Union, Van Buren, Washington, White and yell. flew over to see Lee Richardson, another classmate. Jimmy flew as Gene's co-ptlol and Horace served as operator. "Gene let me fly pnrt of the way back", Horace proudly wrote. . . . Thc trip proved fruitless as Lee had moved to a small Island about 500 miles away. They hoped to se c Dr. J. M. Walls, who was stationed nt the same place where Lee was, but their time was limited. . . . They plan to make another air Jaunt to see him' soon. . . . "They're the the same boys I knew at school, I sure was glad to sec them", Horace added. . . . Captain Hood wrote his wife, the former Miss Pete .Wilson, that Horace nnd jimmy already had re- ccived their orders to return to the States nnd were waiting for a ride home. . . . They have been there for. more than two years, long overdue for relict. PLAY SOFTBALI^ LOSE Charles E. (Duck) Koush,' EM 3-c, with the 110th Naval construction Battalion somewhere in the Southwest Pacific, Is still having trouble getting his bath. . . . Not, long ago he wrote that lie knew now why they called the sailors . In a long, Inter- "old salt" csling letter dated June 14, Buck says of tile grand ol 1 American Saturday night custom, "I think this place Is about he hottest I've been in more ways than one. . . . It rains about once a week and then nboul enough to get all soaped up and think you might gel a fresh water bath. . . . Then it DcWItt an,| Roy Goodman arc In charge of lighting, and Dob Martin is in charge of sound. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 1-19, Knoxvlllc 0-3. Atlnnla 4, Birmingham 1. Chattanooga 3-0, -New Orleans 2- Nashvllle 10, Little Rock 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE Open date. NATIONAL LEAGUE Open date. Today's Games . SOUTHERN LEAGUE Birmingham. nt Atlanta. Little Rock at Nashville. Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at Chicago, lwc>. Boston al Cincinnati, two. Philadelphia at St. Louis, night. New York nt Pittsburgh, night. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis at New York Chicago at Boston. Cleveland al Philadelphia. Detroit at Washington, night. Sportsmen To Meef At Osceo/a Tomorrow j The Mississippi County chapter of the Arkansas Wildlife Federation will convene in a special call session tomorrow night at the Court House in Osceola, starting at 8 o'clock, President R. A. Nelson lias announced. Several Items of business are on the calendar, and Important conservation projects that need Immediate attention, President Nelson pointed out. He urged every member of the organization to be present. Cubs Defeated By Great Lakes Service Team Keeps Record Clean With Major Leaguers By United I'tess Inlcrscclloiml play resumes today In the major league.?, after a two- <lny lull. The western tcains In the American League leave tliclr home pnrks to nppenr In Hie east. Eastern National League teams will Invade the west. The last two days hnve seen a few exhibition Barnes between the majors and minor leagues or service tennis. In one game yesterday, the Chicago Cubs Joined a goodly crew of big league teams who've gone down to defeat at. the hands of Great Lakes. The Great. Lakes Club, which Includes a lot of cx-prohall payers, lias won every game It has payed with the majors. The Cubs were stopped 3 to 2. Here's today's major league schedule: In the American League, Detroit Invades Washington, the Indians tangle with the Athletics al Philadelphia, New York Is host to St. I-oiits and Chicago plays nt Boston. In the National League, Brooklyn and Chicago engage in a doubleheader at the Windy City. Boston plays two at Cincinnati. The Glnnts. collide with the Pirates at Pittsburgh, and the Phillies meet the Cardinals lit St. Ixnils. Philadelphia and St. Louis also will finish tl>e last two Innings of a (ramc which was suspended on May IB. • • . • . Memphis Takes Second Place From Travelers By United Press The Memphis chicks have moved back up to second place in tin Southern Association, They won a pair of games from Knoxvlllo last night, 1 to 0 and 19 to 3, to exchange places with the Little Rock Travelers, who lost to NnshvJlle 10 to 9. Meanwhile, the Atlanta Crackers maintained their slim lead by dawn- Ing Birmingham, 4 to 1, Cozy co- zart received credit for the victory, his seventh In a row and eleventh of the season. Little Rock rallied to score seven rims In the last two Innings of their game, but still were unable to overtake Nashville's early lead. Memphis won their two contests behind the steady pitching of Ed (Bear Tracks) Orcor and Herman Diefs. The Chattanooga Lookouts won a double header from New Orleans, 3 to 2 and « to 1, to push the Pelicans deeper Into the cellar. Little n.'jck plays a double header at Nashville tonight, while the only other games scheduled arc singles between Birmingham mid Atlanta, and Chattanooga and Little Rock. Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Atlanta . . ........... 36 2.1 Memphis ............ 31 M Little Rock . .... ..... 36 25 Birmingham . . . . ..... 30 30 Knoxvlllc ........ ...27 32 Nashville ............ 27 33 Chattanooga . ..; ..... 25 31 New Orleans ........ ID 40 NATIONAL tKAOUE W. L. St. Louts ............ 41 16 Pittsburgh ........... 31 25 New York ........... 32 29 Brooklyn ............ 33 30 Cincinnati . . .. ....... 31 30 Boston .............. 27 38 Philadelphia ......... 22 35 Chicago ...... . ...... 10 35 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. St. Louis Chicago 38 27 30 2Y New York 31 29 Boston ...33 31 Washington 30 33 Detroit ....• 30 34 Philadelphia 29 34 Cleveland 20 35 Pet. .61D .608 .590 .500 .457 .451 .440 .322 Pet. .719 .554 .525 .524 .608 .«9 .386 .352 • i Pet. .585 .520 .517 .516 .476 .463 .460 .453 A MB RIDGE, Pa. (UP)—The Adolpli Szafnryns already have reaped a reward from their victory garden. While cultivating the plot, S/nfaryn found his wife's wedding ring, lost 8 years ago. SOOIHWG MEDICATtD POV.IDEJI SprinVIa heat raih irritated skin _ with Mexiana. Cool* burn, l • Sooth«, Save moitln big mei. NEW THEATRE Manila's Finest Shows Nightly at 6:30 MATINEES Saturday & Sunday at 1 Wednesday & Thursday "JANE EYRE" with Orson Welles & JTOII Fontaine Fox News & Short Caruthersville / Fair Will Open 1 On October 4th \ CAltUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June 28—Dales of llic nnmml American LcEion Fair have been announced by Fair Board Secretary Harry Mnllouri! as October 4-8, inclusive.: The fair will be held at Legion Fairgrounds Park, met will feature four days of running races, with thc annual Legion Derby and an^ mial Visitors' Day Derby to be staged on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. The fair annually attracts about 50,000 persons, anil has on several occasions out-ranked tlic Missouri State Fair for paid dally attendance. Have a Coca-Cola = He's coming home tomorrow v • "V... .. .preparing to welcome a returning soldier When your fighting man returns home, it's the 5 i mp l c j oys hc secks ... reuQioa jnth his family, ^moments in the living room ... a saack and refreshment >n the old familiar kitchen .; ; and ice-cold "Coke". So remember to keep some of his favorite snacks and have ice-coW Coca-Cola in the refrigerator. He'll respond as always to the invitation Have a «6>k e ». I Q cimp ot home town, Ik pw that .tjmbes is a symbol of a friendly way of living.- ' IOTUID U NBE » AUtHOHFT 0, 1H.I COCA.COU COMMNY IV COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYFHEVILLE It's natural for popular names 10 ocquiic friendly abbrcvii- tions. That's why you heat Coca-Cola called "Coke"i CHICKASAW West Main Near Zlst St. Sat. starts 12:45; Son. starts 1:45 Nighl shows 5:45 Eiccpt Monday, opens 6:45 Continuous shows Sat. and Snn. Wednesday & Thursday Double Feature "GILDERSLEEVE'S BAD DAY" with Harold Teary anil "FATHER'S SON" with John Lytcl Open 7:30 Show Starts 7:45 Wednesday & Thursday WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 19<H , - tnVi ROBERT BENCHLEY mm SUN . mmm , r wraseN • mm. uitson FREDDIE SLACK .^ORCHESTRA'. ' " rrodocrt tnDmO HEMfSrtAO r * "' * ' I I OlrtcUd bjtOWARD H. GRIFFITH $) • \ .Original Screen fl«y iy / ' \_lfnok F.MoaiuulUuitcut. .' : News of the Day Short IHE MAJOR. INGREDIENT, approximately 75 percent, of symlieeicrubbcr is Bulatiiem. 'Ihc mime sounds like medicine, and the product is truly a great healing compound for the rubber ailments on both the war and home fronts. In the vast Plains Buindiene Plant, (owned by Defense Plant Corporation) designed and built by Phillips ; : ; utilizing Phillips own patented processes . ; . Phillips is headed for an annual production of 90,000,000 pounds of Butadiene: This is just another illustration of thegrowinginiportanceofthecliem- ical values now being extracted from petroleum raw materials. It highlights the fact ttiat Phillips refineries producing gasoline, lubricants, and fuel oils, arc also gigantic chemical p/ntils, today, pouring out weapons for victory; tomorrow, producing new and better things for you from petroleum and petroleum gases; Cart Vat Your Gtr Nearer and nearer draws the day wlien synthetic ' tires will be generally available : •. . when you can drive into any Phillips 66 Service Slarion and buy as many tires as you want. Yet the uncer-' tainties of w;tr make definite prediction impossible. That is why ic is just as important as ever for you to coax every last bit of travel from your tires. To help you do that, call on your Phillips 66 Service Man. His Tire-Saving Service includes checking air pressures at least once a week . ;: inspecting for nail holes, cuts, and bruises ; : -. examination of the tire carcass to warn you when re-capping is necessary . . . and crisscrossing with the spare' every 3,000 miles: Remember, Phillips Tire-Saving Service at the Orange arid Black 66 Shield, sign of famous Phillips 66 , for Yaur Gauntry Gasolineand Phillips 66 Motor Oil: FOR VICTORY: Buy more than before...5 ffl WAR LOAN GINNERS: Put your plants in shape for Fall NOW, while materials are available. Even with materials as critical as they are, our stocks are as complete as during pre-war times - AT PRESENT. We have been serving you for the past 25 years, and hope to continue to merit your patronage. (Call us Day, Night, or Sunday) HUBBARD HARDWARE CO.

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