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Tues. r Dec. 13, 1955 Moberly Monitor- Index and Democrat Page 9 Greyhounds Pu! 4-Game Slreak On Line Tonight Flint Junior College First Foe for Moberly On Michigan Junket Moberiy's G r e y h o u n d s put tfieir four-same winning streak on (he line tonight in Flint, .Midi., first stop on a two-game road hip for the defending nation:il junior college champions. Tipoff time in Flint's Bnlk-nger Fieldhouse is 1:15 o'clock (Central Standard Time). Coach Maurice John and his 10- man travel squad go into tonight's non-conference competition expecting their toughest game to dale Flint, a power in Michigan Junior College ranks for sis seasons has two games u n d e r its belt .The Flint combination opened against Bay Cily, then met Dearborn. Flint has been idle since Dec. 3. John indicated y e s t e r d a y that he would m a k e no changes " i n Uie starting lineup that carried Mob er!y to an 83-71! victory over Hutch inson, K a s . , h e r e last F r i d a y night This means he will send A'jgic Jledeker and A l b e r t Morjon, for wards, Dave Haschkc, ccnlcr, and K n y B a j c n s and Dan Callalian guards, against Coach Bill Koltke's Flint combination. 'Raschke grabbed 17 rebounds an., added 10 points for the Greyhound, against Hulchinson in his firs starting assignment. C a l l a h a n regular in the 195-1--55 nationa championship season, racked up 31 points and freshman Morton hac 25 lo dominate Moberly scoring. First Memo Tussle Northeast Missouri Conferenc competition opens for Moberly Sen ior High's Pups tonight at .Mexico Coach Don O'Neil's Pups taks a B--2 non - league record agains the potent Bulldogs. Two games are slated tonight a Mexico, "11" teams from the tvv Bchools meeting in a prclinimar contest at 6:30 o'clock. The date with Mexico is one two Nemo assignments for th Pups this week. They will pla their first home game here Frida night, with Boonville's Pirates providing the opposition. 'FW Rough Riders op Guardsmen in donkey Basketball The VFW "Hough Riders" de- 'ated the National Guard, 10-8, in Imgh-spiced donkey basketball ame last night at the Junior Col- ge gymnasium. G u a r d s m a n Dave Watson, whose urro had planted itself under the , scored two late baskets to hop down the VFW lead. Matt Kozar, a stalwart for the FW combination, and several of is teammates had trouble stayin iride the contrary a n i m a l s . About 500 persons watched the oiliest. Company C, 1751h M i l i t a r j "'olicc Battalion, will realize ap- roximately $111 from the benefit st Lt. Harvey E, Sims, command officer, said Ihis morning. Pro Cage Teams Averaging 98.1 After 69 Games NEW YORK iff, -- National Bas ketball As.sn. teams arc scorin at a r a t e which may make adtfin machines an i n t e g r a l parl of th scorekcepers' equipment. After 69 starts, through Sunday games, the pro circuit shows ? all-time high rale of D8.1 point a game (for each team)--or he ter than two poinls a minule. 1 44 of the games, one or bol t e p m s scored al least 100 point. In i l games last week, a lota of 2.S12 points were chalkcrl up fo an average of more than 200 poinl 8 game. Bob Pcttit still is taking advan tagc of the wide open atlacks. Th St. Louis Haws' sophomore main tainecl his individual .scoring lea with 415 points in 17 games for 24.4 average. Big Clyde Lovclletle of Minnca polis is- second (21.4 average). with 386 poin AP Scribes Vote San Francisco Top Cage Team North Carolina State Runner-Dp; Kentucky Drops to 12th Place By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The University of San Francisco Cons head eastward tomorrow rated the nation's No. 1 college basketball team. In the first regular season poll of The Associated Press, San Francisco grabbed 60 first-place ballots and on the basis of 10 for first, 9 etc., rolled up 910 Pin Points P. N. Hirsch won two of three iarnes with Orscheln Motor and IquipuiLTit Co., Mallory transfer wept t h r e e from M a g i c City Jleaners and Moose Lodge took wo of Uiree from the Lions- Club National league bowling last night at Busch Alleys. Klova McCully of Moose rolled :ie .high single g a m e score, 211, vhile Red D u n c a n of Moose had he top series tola!, x 539 Results: P. N. HIRSCH .'acanll '.or second, poinls. A total of 100 cports 1 writers and sporlscaslcrs turned in ballots, and although North Carolina Stale re- ce\-icd only four firsts, Uie Wolf- pack got heavy support to take over second place wilh 640 points. N. C. State displaced Kentucky, second in the preseason balloting. Temple Moves Up K e n t u c k y , which was defeated by Temple Saturday 73-61. skidded from second to No. 12, while Temple moved into the No. 11 spot. San Francisco, easy winner o: three straight, and boasting a victory siring of 29 games in a row won the NCAA championship last season, and was voted the nation's No. 1 college team. The Dons fly to Chicago tomorrow and meet un beaten Marquette Friday in the DePaul Invitation Tournament. Du quesne No. 6 in this week's poll plays DePaul Friday. The two win ners meet for the championship Saturday. Utah, winner of two games from Arizona, moved 1 from fifth in the preseason calculations lo Ihird place this week. A l a b a m a Now F i f t h Alabama is fifth, followed by Duquesne, Dayton. B r i g h a m Young, VandcrbilL and Holy Cross. The leaders, wilh firsl-place Salisbury Nips Huntsville in Tri-Seven Play SALISBURY (Special) -- Coach larold Menze's Salisbury Panthers withstood a fast finish by the luntsville Indians here last night A notch a 62-61 Tri-Seven conference triumph. Dclmar Gebhardt a r c h e d 23 joints and Louie Helmich 10 Salisbury's second league victory in three games. Salisbury led, 17-9, at the end of a quarter, 32-19 at lalflimo and 48-41 going into the fourth q u a r t e r when Huntsville closed the gap. George Davies counted 31 points and Roy Dale 10 for the Indiana, who now have a 2-3 league record. Wins "D" Contest Huntsville won the "D" game,' 40-31. Bartee scored 15 poinls and Rucker and Wilhite six each for the w i n n e r s , who had a 17-14 lead after two rounds. Howard Elraore hit 12 points and Carl Preston nine for Salisbury. Salisbury will meet Glasgow Friday night in another Tri-Seven conference date. 170 :row 153 'ebow 188 lansauer 162 Boyd 134 landicap 101 122 134 128 128 153 101 158 144 153 144 113 101 450 Dragons Submit o Clifton Quint Jy 67-56 Score Junior High Charged With Fourth Defeat; Lizards Win, 39-20 Clifton Hill's Bulldogs p u l l e d way from the Junior High Dra- ons in the third quarter here last ight and went on to score a 67-56 votes in parentheses: TOTALS 90S 760 813 2487 OR S CHE I.N Ornburn .. leadrick - I.irtley ... \ruse .eavene _. rlandicap . 137 114 106 157 176 138 130 95 128 160 184 138 142 100 111 134 167 138 1. San Francisco (60) 910 46D 2. N. C. State (4) 640 434 3. Utah (3) .520 400 4 - I° wa (3) _._ 438 303j5. A l a b a m a (11) 404 Duquesne (2) .335 Dayton (1) 269 Brigham Young 239 Vanderbilt (6) 188 Holy Cross (4) 168 The Second 10: Temple J62 409 300 j 345 i 451 327 414 TOTALS 828 S35 MAGIC CITV 9. 10. 11 12. Kentucky 155 13. George Washington (2) 105 14. C i n c i n n a t i 103 Davics 143 Knoll 132 Beck 134 Jefferic-s _ _ 157 Elliott 159 Handicap 132 122 135 117 13?' 147 132 141 139 121 152 134 132 15. West V i r g i n i a ... ]16, North Carolina 17. St. Louis __ 18. K a n s a s ~ 19. I n d i a n a (1) 20. Oklahoma City TOTALS 857 790 819 2476 MALLOHV TRANSFER Mallory 167 Myles KS Niedcrmoyer 131 W i l l i a m s 171 Slaughter 177 Handicap 107 177 126 123 12G 1G2 107 179 103 142 1G6 177 107 TOTALS 878 821 874 2573 MOOSE LODGE Shelton 155 142 151 448 D u n c a n ... 173 R .McCully 126 Winn 141 K. McCully 157 Handicap 53 187 159 187 170 53 179 174 136 211 53 Big 10 Teams On Downgrade In Cage Action Iowa, Indiana and Wisconsin Tumble; Ohio State Winner By BEN OI.AN The Associated Press What's happened to the Big Ten basketball learns? 538! The conference has only one un- 159,defeated school left in the pack to TOTALS - 805 893 904 2607 UONS CLUB Thompson 144 185 192 521 Steinkamp 155 136 107 393 Lasseter 13-1 156 J56 446 Shumate 155 149 158 462 Dunlop 183 159 163 505 Handicap 98 96 96 293 TOTALS 867 881 872 2630 NCAA May Stage Basketball Tourney For Small Colleges KANSAS CITY W-Thc National .Collegiate Athlelic Assn. will act next month on a proposal to hold a small college basketball tournament in addition to ils regular tournament for large schools. If there is a favorable vote, two NCAA champions 1 will be crowned a n n u a l l y . The decision will be made at the NCAA's 50th convention in Los- Angeles. At present about 150 NCAA basketball members fall Into tlie major class. The membership Includes- 278 small schools- which ' would come under the new division. STOCK REMOVED (Free - Free - Free) Prompt Sanltan Service Chandler of Florida Wins Punting Title In Major Colleges NEW YORK W -- Don Chandler of Florida won the punting cham- lionship .inioni,' major college slayers in a close due! with All- America Earl Morrall of Michigan State.· Final NCAA football statistics showed today that Chandler, a native of Tulsa, Okla., averaged 44,3 yards for 22 points while Morrall had 42.9 yards for the s a m e number. Michigan State, however, which is down to play UC1A in Ihe rose bowl .Ian. 2, will take the nation's best team punting average into the big game. The Spartans kicked 28 times while compiling a 41.2 average. Tom Pontius of Oklahoma AtM was the busiest kicker in major colleges, handling 62 of 70 punting assignments for the Aggies. Bob Whitehead of K a n s a s State got off the longest punt of the year, whaling one 90 yards against Wyoming. Maberlj SIS or Mtcon Collect 4ZU WOOD RENDERING SERVICE Farm Bureau Cagers To Play Clifton Hill The Randolph County Farm Bureau haskelball team, a 78-68 win ner over Paris in Us opener last Friday night, will play the Clifton Hill town team at 8 o ' c l o c k Wednesday night al the Cau-o High School gymnasium. day, a mere 13 days a f t e r the start f the college season. And that unscarred team is Michigan State, which hasn't even played yet. The Spartans get un- ler way tonight a g a i n s t Southern Illinois. Ohio State, alone, did ils share or the Big Ten reputation last night, knocking off O k l a h o m a 89 OS The Buckeyes are 3-1 on the year. The rest was chaos. Others Meet Defeat Iowa, the nation's fourth-rankec .earn, and highly touted Indiana dropped from the u n b e a t e n rank -iml Wisconsin lost its third game n fou r. * The Hawkeyes. defending leagu c h a m p s , were tripped up by Colorado 60-57. I n d i a n a was set bacl St. Louis 8fi-75 w h i l e Wisconsin bowed to Southern Methodist 75-52 In other games last night, Ken icky started the long road bacl. by edging DePaul 71-63. Rice, , Southwest Conference t i t a n , rod lo its sixth straight victory, 85-G( over Louisiana Stale. Wake Fore; whipped Virginia 82-69 in an Allan tic Coast Conference get-together Wichita trampled Nebraska 71-4« Drake beat Kansas Stale 70-64 Texas AM, under former LaS.il! Coach Ken Loeffler, drubbed Tulane 85-66 and Oklahoma AM defeated Baylor 59-lg. Chokes OK Rally Colorado, leaders of the Big Seven last season, choked off a Iowa rally lo hang up its third straight victory. Indiana's s t r o n g second-half comeback ran out of gas as St. Louis, sparked by Jack Mimlilz and Harold Alcorn, staged a two- man rally lo carry the Billikcns to their fourth straight triumph. Robin Freeman, as usual, ran off with the scoring honors in Ohio State's one-sided victory over Oklahoma. The Ail America guard hit for 40 points to bring his four- ganie average for the season to 36.8 points. Buffs Startle Iowa; K-State Bows to Drake Red Murrell Collects 15 Points to Steer Bulldogs to Victory KANSAS CITY LB -- The. Colo rado Buffaloes, defending Big Seven Conference basketball ists, ran their winning streak to three in upsetting Iowa of the Big Ten 60-57 last night. Forward Car! Cain, the Hawk eye's No. 1 scoring threat, was held to one point by an air-ligh man-to-man defense. Iowa, in dropping its first g a m e i three starts, rallied in the las a!( and with only 30 seconds reaming, the Buffs led 57-66. A free throw and a tip-in cinchef he Colorado triumph with 10 sec nds left. Forward Jin Ranglos returnee from last season' earn, sparked the Buffaloes wit; points. Bill Seaberg was higi or Iowa with 18. 'ind Going Rough Elsewhere last night, Big Seven earns found the going roug! gainst non-conference foes. At Columbus, All-America Robi "reeman went on a 40 point scor ng spree to pace Ohio State t n 89-BS triumph over Oklahoma' looners. The g u a r d hit 12 of 20 field goa [tempts and chalked up 16 of 2 rom the charity circle. His fou ame average is a torrid 36.75. Oklahoma trailed 40-17 at ha! ime. Joe King was high for 0. U vith 20 points. Kansas State ran out of point fler holding a commanding lea t intermission and the pcsk Drake Bulldogs overcame a 12 ioint deficit to win 70-64. )rake Freezes Ball rrhe Wildcats, trailing 66-64 wit a minute to go, failed in their e orts when Drake held onto th Red Murrell poked in 15 pom o lead the Drake offense. Pach Vicens hit an equal number fo he wildcats. Drake's Jim Carey lad 11 points. Wichita's Wheatshockers, behind .he 2o-point scoring of center Bob ifodgson. rolled over Nebraska 71-10 at Wichita. The Missouri Valley team, hit- ing 42.4 per cent of its field goal ries, 28 of 66, was ahead 34-26 it tile half and was never seriously :hreatened by the Cornhuskers. All Big Seven teams will be idle .onight. .dory. Coach Bill McKelvey's Bulldogs truck quickly in Ihe first quarter nd buill up a 20-14 lead they never arrendered in posting a second ictory over the Mobt-rly quint, lifton Hill was a 55-34 victor over he Dragons in RCAA tournament lay. Ron Shives and Fred Burns were he big guns, but Clifton Hill act- a!ly had a four-ply allaek. Shives etted 19 points and Burns IS ·hile Bob Reynolds and David ageman came in with 13 apiece. ialy Paces Scorers Top scorer of the night, how- ver, was the Dragons' Richie Dalj vho returned lo early-season forn /ilh a 21-point spree. Daly canne ) fielders and dropped in his only harity try for 21 points. Bob Youn; ad 15 and Bob Searson 13 foi Coach Gerald Hickcy's team. Clifton Hill reached the halflimc ,-ire with a 30-25 lead, then moved way to a 48-35 spread in tin third quarter which t h a i was' n o u g h to offset Uic Dragons' trong fourth period. The Bulldogs, in dealing the funior High its fourth loss Li six .tarts, had only a 23-22 edge in ield goals. But Clifton Hill cap- lalized on 21 of 34 free throw ipportunilies while the ^Dragons vere missing 14 of 26. Ninth Graders Win Moberiy's ninth grade Lizard's vheeled lo a 39-20 triumph over the Cliflon Hill "B" learn in last Mixed-Up Driver, ] irksyille Bound, Goes fo Sedalia Scdalia police department K-frienclal a mixed up Moberlyan ast night who was supposed to be n Kirksvillc. Eugene Oliver, Moberly, Negro employe of Ben Morgan's S h e l l Service, Rollins and Morley, was lired yesterday afternoon to de- iver a cai- to Kirksville for BUI Stewart, of that city. Stewart, formerly lived at Sc- dalia, anf he had been talking of that city before Waving for Kirksville, with Oliver d r i v i n g Stewart's ear and Stewart driving a truck The two vehicles became separated on the highway, and Oliver, thinking Stewart was- on the way :o Sodalia, went there, arriving some Ume last night. Without funds anu out of line for the Jrotherin-law and sisler, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Harris. A n o t h e r ajother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lynch of Glasgow, were supper guests Tuesday in the Harris home. Surprise Rev. D. K. Irvin A group of friends gathered recently in the home of the Rev. D. K. JrviB to surprise him on his birthday. Those attending w e r e Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Truesdell, Mrs. Uoyd Current, Hiss Darlene Current, Mr. and Mrs. C h a r l i e Griggs, Mr. and Mrs. Ermine Smith and son, Jerry, Mrs. Frances Burns and son, Johnnie, and Mrs. Irvin and sons, Alan and Paul. The Rev. Mr. Irvin was presented with a shirt and tie. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Graves were guests recently of Ernest Celling- ham at Moberly. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Forrest of Moberly. Mr. and Mrs. Leon McHatton were guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Sapp at Sturgeon. Unemployment Payments Here Take Big Jump November Total for Three Counties Is Up From October Unemployment Insurance claims laid through the Moberly office of he Missouri Division of Employment Security continued increasing :hrough the month of November, according to figures released by Harold Boyd, manager of the office car, he v.ent to the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carpenler, p o l i c e dcpartmc-TH, and officers loaned the money to buy gasoline. Oliver arrived back in Moberly at 1:30 o'clock this morning. Oliver called Morgan from daiia, asking for further direc-j Mrs. Kenneth Carpenler and son, D a n a , were guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Carpenter and family near Middle Grove. Se- Moberlyans Are Guests Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Parrish and tions. and after t h a t part of the! s o n , Steven, of Moberly, and Matt p r o b l e m was straightened out, JTmesdell were dinner guests Morgan w e n t to Kirks, ville for C ently of Mr. and Mrs. A] S t e u a r t and brought him here to get his car when Oliver returned from Sedalia. night's preliminary. The Lizards ed, 20-7, at halftime en route to their second viclory in three starts. Leonard Hayden h o o p e d 20 points and Dick Warfard 12 lo steer the Lizards home in front. Sehrultz set the Clifton Hill pace with 11. Joining Hayden and Warford in ihe Moberly lineup were Waterfield (2). Hartley, Claynool (1), Moore (4) and Orr. The Clifton ^ill lineup consisted of Ryals, Reynolds ( 2 ) , Campbell (2), Winn (4), and Moore (1) in addilion to Schultz Box score of the Dragons' game: MOBERLY (58) FG FT F TP here. Boyd's records revealed that Scarson 4 5 3 Young 7 1 4 Lemond 0 2 4 2 Pettigrew --_ 0 0 3 0 Wilkerson 1 3 2 5 Daly 10 1 5 21 TOTALS 22 12 21 56 CLIFTON HILL (67) FG FT F TP Shivcs - 8 3 2 19 Reynolds 4 5 4 13 Burns 5 8 1 18 Schultz 0 0 1 0 Alexander 0 0 4 0 Hageman 4 5 1 13 Webster 2 0 5 4 TOTALS 23 21 18 67 Charley Trippi Retires As Player for Cardinals C H I C A G O TM -- Former All- Vmerica halfback Charley Trippi, vho starred for the Chicago Car inals for nine years, retired as n active player yesterday ant! mme'diately was named' an assis- Uie Cardinals, fulltime assis- ant coach with Trippi will be a luiuime ;i ant coach and will also serve as alcnt scout. He will be 33 tomorrow. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE Kentucky 71, De Paul 69 ·Mississippi 95, Arkansas Stale 79 Arkansas College 78, Arkansas AM 77 Ozarks (Ark.) 87, Arkansas State Teachers 70. Ohio State 89, Oklahoma 68 Southern Methodist 75, Wisconsin 62 St. Louis 86, Indiana 75 Wichita 71, Nebraska 46 Drake 70, Kansas State 64 Southwestern ( K a n . ) 79, Bethel ( K a n . ) 67 Rice 85, Louisiana State 60 Oklahoma AM 59, Baylor 48 Texas Ai-M 85, Tulane 66 Colorado 60, Iowa 57 JUNIOR COLLEGE Jefferson Cily 81, Cenlrai "B" 53 Southwest Baptist 92, Wenhvorth 52 talcup Will Speak At Kiwanis Luncheon Wilbur (Sparky) Slalcup, head jasketbal! coach at the University f Missouri, will speak at (he Ki- vanis Club's w e e k l y luncheon meeting Wednesday in Masonic temple. Coach Don O'Ncil and members Moberly High School's 19,i. r fool all team will be guests at t h e uncheon. MONITOR-INDEX WAN1 ADi Lost Nights'Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco -- World Feather weight champion Sandy Saddler 131V4, New York, stopped Dave Gallardo, 132, Los Angeles, 7 (non title bout) New York -- Paolo Rosl, 134V4 Ttaly, outpointed Lullu Perez 135, Brooklyn, 10 New Haven, Conn. -- Jerry Luc dee, 163, Now Haven, outpointed Jimmy Skinner, I60V4, New York 8 CLARK By Mrs. Clarence Moblcy Mr. and Mrs. John Reynolds had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. E. G. G r a v e s of Bloominston, III.; and J. li. Reynolds of Riishvillc. .11. Additional guests recently were "Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Reynolds und daughter, Janic, of M a e o n; Mrs. B. B. Littrell anil Mr. and Mrs. Fred Litlrell of Centralia. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and children were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rice of Excelsior Springs and Mrs. Nan Robinson were dinner guests recently .Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ridgway. Mrs. Robinson returned home with the Rice family for an extended visit. Mrs. Myrtle Shaffer of Higbee visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Langdon, and daughter, Wanda. Mrs. Marion Fountain and son, Baddy, were guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Don Carr of Moberly. Mr. and -Mrs. Al Parrish and her mother, "Mrs. Etta Shields, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. H u f f m a n and children, K a r e n , Mike, Don and Gary, near Ccntraiia. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seymour a n d son, Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Claud H u f f m a n , Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bryson and son, R a n d y , Tvlr. and I M r s . Jim Shields and daughter, Bonnie, all of Ccnlralia; Mr. and Irs. W y m a n Proctor and daugh ers, Beverly and Nancy, of Fill on; and M r s . Harold Barnett ami :on, Greg, of Columbia. Mr. ana .Irs. Shields celebrated their 3-lth v e d d i n g anniversary, also the irthdiiy of Gerald Bryson. Irs. Spargur Improving Mr. and M r s . Delmar Bailey vis- led recently with Mr. and Mrs. x?e Spargur in the home of Mr. md Mrs. Gilbert Kimhrough of luntsville. Mrs. Spargur is improving from an illness of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Orla Vance of Salisbury were guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Leon -McHatlon. Mr. and Mrs. Granville C r u m p of Sturgeon; Mr. and Mrs. Carson iiussell anil Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ow- ngs were visitors r e c e n t l y of Mr. | iml Mrs. Ray Owings and son, j Carl Raymond. j Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Winscott o f ; Parrish anil Mrs. Etta Shields. Mrs J. A. Parks was a recent guest. Mrs. Shields observed her 89th b i r t h d a y Wednesday, receiving many gifts and cards. Earl Colley of Lincoln, Neb,, visited recently with his wife, daughters, and parenis-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hausen and children, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Colley and sons, Virgil and ohnnic. Mrs. D. T. Ruse of Ccnlralia jx?nl Tuesday with her daughter, Irs. John Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Knapp and a u g h t e r moved Wednesday from tieir f a r m near Thompson to ihe Ray Truesdell farm southwest of lark, recently vacated by Mr. and Irs. Eldred Bowne. vlovie Timetable Schedule Furnished by Theaters DICKINSON: "To C a t c h a Thief" 7:25-9:35. GRAND: "View From Pompey's lead" 7:20-9:20. COX VICINITY By Mrs. B. n. Powell Mr. and Mrs. Frank Belcher vis- led recently wilh Mr. Coulter and sou. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Scolt were n Marceline Tuesday. Mrs. Nannie Vanskike is visiting n Moberly wilh Mr. and Mrs. .Voodie Watkins, Mrs. Garland Cliflon and Mr. ana Mrs-. Wallace Scotl have new tele vision sets. Frank Coulter, Vertio Hinton $50,420 was paid to unemployed persons in Randolph, Macon a n d Chariton counties in November The October total was $30,470, a 512,663 increase over the September figure. ' Boyd said then that the closing of the Brown Shoe Co. factory here was one of the reasons for Uie Increase, and tha^the seasonal layoff of construction workers was another. He said the lay-off of construction workers was still going on, and that there might be another ight increase in December f o r lat reason. The large increase in Novermber compared to October was d a e the fact that Ihe sfioe factory id not close until the middle of ictober, and the full force of the losing was not fedt until Novem- er. hird Largest in Stale The increase left (he Mrjberly of- ice paying out Ihe third largest mount in the stale, wilh only St. xmis and Kansas City paying more. The payments in Uic two ities were a great deal more be- ause of ttieir much larger popu- ation. Unemployment benefit payments n St. Louis were $591,000 in No- 'embe-r, and the amount paid through the Kansas City office was '230,000. Payments in some of the other districts- nearer Moberiy's s i z e vere: Flat River, $42,251; JeCfer- son City, $30,924; Joplin, $26,019; Lexington, $21,659; Washington, Less Brock and Garland Olifton ·iclped Wallace Scott saw wood re cently. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reed were guests- recently of Mr. and Mrs Billy Powell and sons and Mr Annie Powell. N Mr. and Mrs. Less Brock an Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Arnett help- cd Mr. and !Mrs. Forrest Broc butcher Tue-sd'ay. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Scott, Mr arm MIS. Vertio Jiinton, Billy Pow ell and Mrs. Annie Powell hclpec Mr. and Jlrs. Frank Coulter with Iheir butchering Wednesday- Arc Moberly Shoppers Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Slrai: shopped in Moberly recently. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Orbin, Mrs Frank Coulter, Mrs. Annie Powe and Gary Powell were Macon cal ers Tuesday. Mrs. Marvin Wednesday with John Stroppel. Mrs. Ralph Evans and son, Ron Kruse vte M r . and' M r s $34,426; St. Charles, $24,392; a n d Holla, $34,755. 1,027 Apply for Work Boyd said that there were 1,072 applications for work on file at ttie end of November, compared to 974 at the end of October. Of the 1,072, 516 are women, and there are 181 veterans and 15 handicapped persons. A majority of the applicants were skilled or semi-skilled workers-, many with shoe manufacturing experience. Eighty-one persons were placed in jobs during the month of November, with 10 on farm jobs, two going out of the area to work and 69 locally in full or part-time jobs. There were 26 veterans placed. There were 166 new application for work. aid, called Wednesday evening on Mrs. Annie Powell and Mrs. BUly Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Pete McGee visited recently i£iUi Mr. and Mrs-. Billy Powell and sons and MM. Annie Po'wcll. Mrs. Garland Clifton visited recently with Mrs. Wallace Scott. Mrs. Verlio Hinton spent Wednei- d a y morning in Macon. Armstrong moved Wednesday t o ' Clark to live with her sister, Mrs. · -oca Owings. i M r . a n d M r s . O u e n Asbury o f ! ligbce were recent guests of her NOW thru WED. 75c end 25c Israel's population has approxi malely Iripled since 1918 to more than 1,700,000. Dickinson THURSDAY C010» b» Dt IUXE ClNEMAScopE IOUNB NOW SHOWING Cary Grant -- Groec Kelly "TO tATCH A THIEF" Fcoluro ah 7:25-9:35 "·"i BING DANNY ROSEMARY VERA- CROSBY- KAYE- CLOONEY-'ELLEN 2ND THRILLING f E A T U R E MURtttt, OunHKOUS ROMANTIC COMEDY! **·»,,:,*jfji-'.i^a-ji.;.;...-:... . . , .- - , . ·,-X.;-^_ S^ft BALI* ^-^ TOME EOWMOCVEPtTTKWION mWVL MSUHNY . OWE WCNW8T ANNOUNCEMENT ' ]T ' as,. :'M. VIRGIL "Red" BALLOW Is Now Manager of NOLL'S USED CAR LOT HIGHWAY 24 63 JUNCTION Sec "Red" -- "the old race driver" who knows can, His many years of used ccr rcccrtdiffcnr'ng experience makes him thoroughly familiar with all types of cart and he will be glad to give you the "Best Deal." 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