The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 13, 1944 · Page 6
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BIX BLYTHEVILLB (AJWL)'. COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 13; 1914 Black Angel Tops Walking Horse Class Here In Dad's Stirrups Marianna Entry Barely Beats Old Glory From Fayettev'ille; Razzmatazz Best Five-Gaited The flowing gaits of Black Angel, a magnificent piece of horseflesh owned by Blissful Farms, Marianna, Ark., appealed to the critical eye of Judge John Taylor who gave the animal first honors as the Champion Walking Horse entered in the Second Annual Horse Show of the Rlytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce here last night. The big black entry finished barely a gnat's whisker ahead "of another star of the show ring, Old Glory,-owned by Mr. and Mrs. Gene'Goff, Fayelleville, Ark., which took second honors after the field had been narrowed to two by the judge. As far as most of.the spectators * — ——-— : . —, at Haley Field were concerned, this was tiie-cllni'n.v to the show because of Ihe exceedingly close competition in, this class. The exhibitors, S. W. Beech Jr., up on Black Angel, and Blllie Gmbbs aboard Old Glory, handled their mounts with nil the-finesse at their command nnd it was apparent to .the crowd that riders as well as horses were pressing to the last notch. Grain Entry Wins Almost ns good were the entries Star Parader, exhibited ' by J. B. Smith and owned by Jerry Shnn- kle, Conlo, Miss, and Gay Girl, cx- hiblled by Jimmie Gray, and owned by J. H,. Grain, Wilson, Ark., which captured third and fourth honors, respectively. .Competition also was keen in the featured. Champion S Called class in which'Razzmatazz, exhibited by Paul Raines and ownea by Kimblc Stables.VCape Girardeau, Mo., won first money. This was the final class shown Oh the closing night's program and the spectators apparently ' enjoyed'it. The comely Miss Ellen Ramsay, of Mcmnhlsi-cxhibltlng her , own favorite horse, Highland Fling, took second award. Third was won •b'y SupeYman, .exhibited .by Allen Harris and owned by Harris Stables, Portageville, Mo., while fourth honors went'to Pick Duncan, exhibited by Lymah Snecd and owned by Winston Mack, Paragould. An added attraction last night was the. special exhibition of the roadster; star, June Bug, owned by Neal P. Schilling of ParagoulU and exhibited by Roy Davis, one of the Iwst known trainers in the MidWest: Not On the Program All in all, the spectators had a full evening of entertainment and it all wasn't on the program. ; Once a midget of a dog took out across the ring yapping at the heels of a ftve- gaited horse, and the crowd loved it Another time one of the horses started to put oii'a rodeo act nnd It looked as if someone \\ould "get throw pd' but the rider quickly brought \ns mount undei control; One handsome anrmat'stopped^dbad still in : front of a uox, stuck his head in among the occupants as if to inquire cooking T\ "Howdy, folks, what's As on; trie opening night, the two Gerlach children from Helena, exhibiting their "own animals, at-- tracted considerable attention. Lit• tie "Bud,", 'who usually finishes In the money, was solemn and businesslike nsrhe put Little Traveler through iiislpa.ces. and his sister, . Bettye Jean, was equally proficient handling-Lady of Ihe Lake! 'Five attractive young women at ^the. center of the ring presented checks for the cash prizes at.the end of each class. They were Miss Ethel Goodner, Miss Entopia Whitworth. Miss Mary Lou Herrin, Miss Ann Auten and Miss Willie Mae •Bell. A : total of $2,175 in cash awards was given during the two nights. - : . . Capable Officials Judging was done by two well Four-year-old R'evy Wilbpurrt, son of Frank Wilbpurn, has. evidently decided to follow in ttie stirrups ol his dad In booting bangtails around the race track. Wearing his colors and carrying his tack, he's pictured being "weighed in" at Agua Caliente, Calif., by Andy Ferguson, course judge. known horse show men, John Taylor of Eaglesvllle/Tenn., who judged the walking horses, and Robert Jones of Kennett who scored the gaited animals. -Jeff Roland of Paragould, president of the Horse Show Association, served as ringmaster, and L. C. B. Young, Osccola attorney and sportsman, did the announcing. "Doc" Dean of Blythe- vllle was master of ceremonies. Just before the program opened, the Rev. Thomas B. Smythe Jr., pastor of St.-. • Stephen's Episcopal Church, made the Invocation. Throughout,.Ihe evening, music- was provided.by the Blytheville Army Air Field band. ADDITIONAL RESULTS: MISSISSIPPI COUNTY WALKING HORSE—Limelight, owned nnd exhibited by Noble Gill, Blytheville. Second—Black Rambler, owned nnd exhibited by clem Whistle Blytheville. Third—Lady Lee, owned nnd exhibited by 'Hiram Wylic Blytheville. Fourth — Rip, owned nnd exhibited by W L Tale Blytheville. ' JUNIOR 5 GAITED — Song of India, exhibited by Roy Davis owned by William B. Hemphlll, Paragould, Ark." Second — Miss Jones exhibited by Lyman Snecd. Owncci by Winston Mack, Paragould Ark CHAMPION 3 GAITED STAKE —Winter's Eve, owned and exhibited by Arthur Fulmer Jr , Memphis. Second—Twilight Prince, exhibited by Paul Raines, owned by Kimble Stables, Cape Girardeau Mo. Third—Bombardier, owned anc exhibited by Miss Ellen Ramsay, Memphis. Fourth—Little Traveler, owned nnd exhibited by Bud Gerlach, Helena, Ark. ARKANSASrOWNED WALKING HORSE — Old Glory, exhibited by Blllie Grubbs. owned • by Mr.. «,\\A Mrs. Gene Goff, Fayetteville, Ark. Second -^.Limelight, exhibited by Olyde 1 Ci-esi'p, owiied by Noble dill, Blytheville: Third — Allen Sliam- ,rock, exhibited by Clarence TarkinB- ton, owned by C. G. Smith, Blytheville, Fourth—Lady Lee, owned and exhibited by Hiram Wylle, Blytheville. GAITED COMBINATION — Beguine, exhibited by Paul Raines, owned by Kimblc Stables. Second —Bombardier, owned anil exhibited by Ellen Ramsey, Memphis. Third—Little Traveler, owned nnd exhibited by Bud Gerlach, Helena, Ark, N. E. ARK., S. E. MO. PLEASURE HORSE — Mary Bird, owned and exhibited by Dr. T. A. Peterson. Wynne. Ark. Second—Lady of the Lake, owned and exhibited by Betlye Jean Gerlach, Helena. Third— Oh My, owned and exhibited by Bud Gerlach, Helena, Ark. Fourth—Grey Helen, owned and exhibited by C. R. Query, Jackson, Mo. MODEL — Begiiine, exhibited by 3 aul Raines, owned by Kliuble Stables, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Second—Chief Of Triple H, exhibited by Roy L. Davis, owned by Mrs. R. J. Haley, Fnrngquld. Third -^ Winter's Eve, owned and exhibiled Arthur Fnlmer Jr. Memphis. Fourth—One I Love, owned and exhibited by W. H. Stovall, Blvthe- vllle. Winner ol the class for Walking Bred colts Tuesday night was WiU son's Little Ace, exhibited by L. A. Dowdy nnd owned by Peterson Farms, Wynne, Ark. Through error on the record book this was not given in the results of the opening night's show. A recently converted Army ordnance small arms plant at Cumberland, Md., is now producing several thousand ail-synthetic rubber tires a day. We have plenty of WHISKEY At all times! CEILING PRICES ALWAYS HASSELL'S WHISKEY 315 W. Main STORE Phone 2531 •OTAl^'ttlTH. 0080NA. AMD RnmtOTOH rOKTAMa lit H, tat BTRjnrr nnv _ i— i**»rtk» H»t B, -- raoi«r- DOPE BUCKET • BY J. P. FBIEND FISH STORY Fish stories may come and (Ish lories may go, but can you top this one?: Mrs, Buford Orr, quite at nome either on tho lake with roil ind reel or In n duck blind early some morning with tlie weather ul.lying tag wilh zero, sold she and Husband Bill were out on one of their fishing sorties recently. They ai| Just reached their fayorilc spot nud wore getting ready to settle down to some heavy fishing when Bill spied a green object floating duivn t|ie Inke. Taking Ills dip net ic scooped it up as it passed and what do yon suppose it was? Three uestsl Give up? Well it was one of Henry Morgcnthau's finest, . . . Yes, sir, a genuine, honest-lo-good- ne.ss dollni 1 bill, soaked to the :hreads but still good and itching to be spent. Naturally, Bill was elated. But not for long. While he was admiring the piece of government lettuce, and muttering something about this being his lucky day; Buford was busy at the original lask, . . In Just a few niinules she lauled In a beauty, and Bill had to fork over the dollar. . . . You sec', they have a fishing game. The one who makes the first catcli ;ets a dollar from tue other to buy war stamps. . . "And do you know what Bill did. after he paid off? BAifovd queried. "He spent the whole tiny cussing because it wasn't a spql,." ANOTHER FOR BOOK Whenever flsh story telling swings into high during a funning bee, this ?uy Joe Whitley, Mississippi County game warden, is alvyays handy wiy\ si yarn. Usually It is a, double whopper^-blg (Ish and big slory. .He tells this one for the truth. . Personally, I won't vouch for it, since I 'wasn't Ihere, and he says he was . . . Here's the. way he told It to me: "Several years ago wh.en I was game wnrd.cn. In California various fishermen from time to time had snagged a huge trout at a certain stream. Ench time It mtuinged'to get away, usually with Ihe line. The fishermen went at tremendous expense lo obtain the best available equipment in an effort lo snag 'Big John', ns they 'artentlonntcly' called it. The results were Jwsl the same, no soap, (UK! no line, either. Finally, they come to the conclusion tliat no one would ever sung n.iKl (nrid it, after Iho best experts in the state and adjoining 1 states failed. : • SMALL FEMININE HKKO "One day u small wuinnn, ing barely 100 pounds, ca.mo.tp fish at this particular stream^ She had nvcrnge line and a cheap cane pole. I had seen her fishing at tills same spot several times. She rarely made exceptionally large catches, apparently just came to get a good mess then go back home. Usually she left with a fairly good string, "she had hardly settled clown atop a huge rock nnd the bait hit the water when something struck, and, brother, I mean struck. I was standing some distance away and I thought it was going to pull her In. She made little or no noise, just reared back on the line witii nil she was worth. Somehow, I shall never know ho\v she did it, she managed to get to her feet, get (he pole over her shoulder and started up the Fast Bail a'll-St. Louis World Scries on fasi of Big Bob Muncrief.' SILUEKNAGJil, & CO., IXC. Little Uock, Ark. DON EDWARDS , NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may b« raining j-onr property. Call m« fo> check-up uttlurat cost or obligation. - ' r KAT8, MICE AND ROACH CONTEOI, GUARANTEED WORK H. C. BLANKENSHIP Chicks Lose Close One To All-Star Team The Memphis Chicks, winners of (he first Imlf of the. Southern League Race, went down to defeat last night against, a (earn of stars selected froin.lh<> other seven clubs of the league. The Chicks went into the lead in the third inning when (hey scored twice. The All-Slars evened the count In the fourth, then look a commanding lead In the sixth when they pushed three runs across tile plate. Two of the runs resulted when Mel Hicks hit a homer with Bill Goodman on base. 'Ihe score by innings: All-Stars . ... 100 103 OQO—5 9 1 Memphis 002 000 200—1 10 1 Fox (DIi-) Cuellar (4) Mauney (5) Coznrt (7) PiippLsh (9) and Riddle Hiir) Ullsney (7). Vcvcrka, Kinder (4) Brown (7) nn<| McNair. WP—Mauney. LP—Kinder. side of the bank. And- she landed g John' nlone. It was veritably n small whale, Ihe largest rainbow troiil r ever saw, or expect to see Honestly, it weighed out 16.pounds honestly!" And he tells this for the truth Tsk. tsk, tsk. Tiimacacori national monument $10,000' Hangover Spectators gasped In Seallle, Wash., and the driver nearly had tho Jumping Jim-jams when the $10,000 load of choice liquor pictured above teetered precariously over the end of the truck when driver made a sudden stop in traflic. Safety Class To Start At Swimming Pool Tomorrow Adults desiring to' attend'the newest safety swimming class of the American Red Cross will reg- isler lomo.iTow night, 7 o'clock, at the swimming pool nt Walker Park, it was announced today by Mrs' George M. Lee, local chairman of the'.project. Classes will be held each Friday had 7287 visitors during 1040.' It Is night, 7:30 o'clock under located in Arizona. vision. ot. Miss Alice Salllm, •super- Tries N,ew Foot Treatment SOMEWHERE . IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC (UP)—Athlete's foot, bane of the serviceman's existence, is being attacked in n. unique manner by Navy doctors here. The treatment consists of copper plating. The patient places his foot in a copper sulphate solution, containing an ordinary copper plate. Copper bands, which have been soaked in salt water, are fastened around his ankles and connected to six-volt storage batteries. The treatment is con- ed for six or seven' days. Doctors say it lias been so successful that further use is wan-anted. Vote For and Support State Senator Julian James of Joncsuaro For Congress "What 1 bus your Congressman done for you?" "We Need Changes in Washington tinucd for six jniinitps and repeat i*MWo|fl.a?W><mif,.lbnff Island City, N. >'. Bottler! Pepsi-Co)a Bottling Co. 6FBI Bfythevilk They're COOL... They're LIGHT... They're STURDY.. Hot BOTANY FABRICS Tailored by Merit . 29 75 up L/GHTWf/GHTS Tailored by Timely 35 up Palm Beach Suits 19.50 YES, there can be more to a Tropical than meets the eye ... and there can be less. There's the very reason why every summer suit in stock is listed in the Brand Book of Famous Makes. No matter what fabric, style, size or marking you prefer... every Tropical is in char- acter with some national reputation quality alone can sustain. Whether you like the looks and feel of your- self in this or that suit then becomes a mere routine of try-on. R. D. Hughes Co. ••- •, $ Kdir "

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