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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 2, 1949
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER t, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER : . . gL.iiBiiivu.ij; (ARK.V COURIER NEWS Chick's Drills Hampered by Illness-Cards Gain Valuable Ground I Aiu*Arn Uni«»A«i ,-=-ZZHZZHZZH ~. ..,.•.,...,:. , . ....— , ,. ...,..„ ——: ^_ . _ Concern Voiced Over Backfield Irregular Attendance At Practice Hurting Team, Coach Asserts w New York 78 Boston 77 Cleveland '.'.' 73 Detroit .' 73 Philadelphia .. .'.' Coach Russell Moslcy, for the Chicago first time since grid training began, si Louis yesterday sounded a note of con- Washington cern over the situation surrounding .•"..... HOW THEY STAND AMERICAN LEAGUE 47 52 53 58 61 60 53 75 41 83 42 84 Pet .624 .597 .036 .557 .528 .114 .362 .333 the Chicks' backfleld prospects, "I have planned a good scrimmage session for this afternoon, q . , n , lic . rimnal, ,,1™,,».J ?'• LOU1S , provided I can get enough players out." Ihe Tribal chieftain moaned prior to yesterday afternoon's workout. "I don't, know what I'm going to do for a backfield. it looks like some of the boys that played very Uylc last year will be up on the Wfst .string if something don't happen." He was referring lo the absentees that yesterday cut the Chicks' already abbreviated ball carrying crew down to seven members. Three backfield candidates were absent Ksterday and only one of these was excused, according t o Coach Moslcy. Dick Reid, a last reserve, , , who lias seen bill a little action In early drills this year, has been ordered excused from drills for three or four days due to illness. The other two that were absent yesterday were Robert Reid, the hard-running fullback who Mosley is counting on for R lot cf action this year and Mel Hay, the big Papoose erad- unte who is earmarked to share left halfback honors this fall. Robert Reid was unofficially reported as ill but no one seemed to know the reason for Hay's absence. 16 Out Yesterday The absence of the three backfield candidates cut the Tribe's squad to a new low of 26 yesterday, 10 short of its original number. However Coach Mosley expects tlie number to go above the 30 mark by the time school opens Monday. "Some of the boys that are out will be back." he explained, "while the rest can't be counted on." The Chicks scrimmaged again yesterday. a long, rough session that lasted for more than nil hour. Blocking back Buddy Doniicr yielded his Mgular position to E. B. Gee and •THII from the vacant fullback slot again yesterday and got off several ' nice runs, CJoc turned in a good performance at quarterbacking the club and Charles (Ruffi Lutes and lltile Roger Lum ran -well against the opposing line made up of both potential regulars and reserves. Line Coach onnny staples got good performances from a roil pie or three of his forward wall hopefuls especially from guards Jimmy Garner and 'Lcroy Crincr. Garner looked good on both offense and defense and Criner stooct-ont as. a defensive sentinel. Bill Boyd. a reserve tackle also played well on defense. Tans Sritnmage, Too Coach Mosley said yesterday that lie hoped to erect goal posts at the new practice field next week and begin work on manufacturing a placc-kickcr. "That'll give me two weeks to get one ready," he said, "and I have a couple or three boys I plan to work a portion of every day on kicking field goals and ex" tra points. The Paps yesterday continued their oncc-a-day scrimmages with Coach Earl Stabler sending his junior tribe through a nigged session Tlie Paps have been scrimmaging •jjf " !or e than a week now and arc »>kiii good, especially on their ground plays. Both Ihe Paps and Ihe chicks arc slated for hard workouls again tins afternoon Barons Get 4-3 Win Over Chicks To Gain on Vols By The Associated Press Birmingham's Barons are Just IKO and a half games behind front-running Nashville in the waning Southern Association pennant race. The Barons clipped Memphis. 4 to 3. in 11 Innings last night, while the Vols and other league members were Liking a ..ight off. *|.Piiich hitter Dulcli Ea'nberser ' 'Wmered for Birmingham ir- the titrn-poui^^ rv 3^ $&££ - gEf.SS ^ n -r« i5! set, the. Chicks down scoreless in the tenth and llth and then drove in the winning run with a single in the last of the nth. XATION'AI LEAGUE W L 79 48 Brooklyn .'. 17 „ Boston gv 60 ._— New York 64 62 .508 Philadelphia 64 63 .504 Pittsburgh 51 69 .452 Cincinnati 51 75 .405 Chicago 49 81 .377 Pet .622 50 .606 60 .528 .508 .504 SOUTHERN LEAGUE W L ... yi 54 ... 84 56 ... 17 63 .... 72 67 64 14 .... 64 76 Nashville . Birmingham . Mobile New Orleans . Little Rock . Atlanta . .:.. Memphis Chattanooga . Pot .617 .GOO .550 .518 .4«4 .457 .418 .385 / s Results LEAGUE New York 4, St. Louis 3 Detroit 7. Boston 0 Cleveland 2 Philadelphia 1 (11 Chicago 3, Washington 0 N ATI ON A1 LEAGUE Brooklyn 11-3, Cincinnati (2nd game 10 innings) New York 9, Pittsburgh 5 Boston 8. Chicago 4 St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 0 SOUTHERN LEAGUE Birmingham 4. Memphis 3 Only game scheduled. 8-4 Todav's Gnmes AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago at Delroit Philadelphia at Boston (night) Only games scheduled. NATKINAI I.I:/M;KK Boston at Philadelphia (night) Brooklyn at New York (night). Only games scheduled. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night games: Memphis at Birmingham. Little Rock at Atlanta. Nashville at New Orleans. • Chattanooga at Mobile. Major League Leaders By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting Robinson, Brooklyn, .349: Slaughter. St. Louis, .331. ( Runs—Reese, Brooklyn, 112; Rob- iiison, Brooklyn, 100. Runs batted in—Robinson, Brooklyn, 108: Kiner, Pittsburgh, 98. Hits—Robinson. Brooklyn, 175; Thomson, New York, 164. Doubles—Robinson, Brooklyn. 34; Hatton. Cincinnati and Ennis, Philadelphia, 31. Triples—Robinson. Brooklyn and Musial, St. Louis, 10. Home rims—Kincr. Pittsburgh, 39: Musial. St. Louis. 27. Stolen bases—Robinson, Brooklyn, 29; Reese. Brooklyn, 23. Pitching—Willis, St. Louis. 11-3 .786: Roe, Brooklyn, 11-4 .733. Strikeouts—Spahn, Boston, 119; Newcombe, Brooklyn, 111. AMERICAN LEAGUE Hatting—Williams, Boston, .355; Kcll, Detroit, .344. Runs—Williams, Boston,. 129; Joost, Philadelphia, lit. Runs batted in--Stephens, Boston. 140; Williams, Boston. 138. Mils—Williams. Boston, 170; Mitchell, Cleveland, 164. Doubles—Kcll, Detroit, 35; Williams, Boston, 34. Triples—Mitchell, Cleveland, 19; Dilliiiger. St. Louis. 13. Home runs—Williams. Boston. 36: Stephens, Boston, 35. Stolen bases—Dillinger St. Louis 16; Valo. Philadelphia. 13. Pitching— Kinder, Boston. /17-5 .773; Parnell, Boston, 20-7 .741. Strikeouts— Trucks, Detroit, 132; Air Reserve Training Unit Has Few Vacancies At Hie Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, at Millington. near Memphis, Tcnn., 92 per cent of the allowed enrollment of 744 are now enlisted in the Naval Air Reserve snuadrons. There arc vacancies for qualified Naval aviators, and other veterans with aviation ralings. It is expected lhat 59 mcn anc | women will be enrolled during September. Three Eureka Springs Buildings Gutted by Fire EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark., Sept. 2. (AP)—Three buildings and a quantity of lumber were destroyed by fire which swept, the Bullock -:•' —Courier News Photo Sports Roundup Hujb fuller!** Jr. »-»m ici i^C«3 1 JIULU ,. OSCEOLA KKGULARS-Coach Boyce (center) talks things over wllh four Osceola High School ,g gndders who saw aclicn as regulars Jasi year. They arc ilert to right, Paul stllwcll. halfback- Colcman Lan>- num. tackle; Coach Boyce, Jimmy Shancylelt, fullback, and tackle Raymond Meadows. Coach Boyce 1ms been sending his charges through their paces twice each day In preparation lor Iheir opening 6 ame with I'arXin Dove Hunters Prepare for 1949 Season Arkansas nimrods can bejn'n oil- Ins up their guns again for two weeks from today the stale's fall and winlcr hunting seasons open. Mourning doves will be the victims of [he scatter gmi barrage, becoming legal targets at noon un Sept. 1G. The dr-ve season will ex- lenrt until Oct. 15 with hunting permitted in afternoon's only. The dally bag and possession limits will he 10 doves. " ting hours will be from 12 noon to sunset. The second half of the state's split squirrel season will open Oct. 1 for a 91-day stand ending Dec. 31. The daily bag limit will he the same as lasl year, eight per day, and so will the possession limit, two days kill except while hunting and returning from a one-day hunt. Duck Season Opens Nov. 18 The season on migratory water fowl, ducks and geese, opens in the slate at noon on Nov. IS and runs through Dec. 27. The daily bag limit for ducks is four. Including in srch limi not more than one wood duck. The possession limit for ducks is eight except on opening Lumber Company here yeVlc day ™ , M1ss °» r ^am. 1 afternoon. The !o V £as ^ mat d E^ 1 * ' f s ^ on "'' unofficially *t $20000 cs Storc 6 " 3 ' Serves With Medical Unit Scrgt. Y. c. Ferguson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ferguson, Blytheville, Is now slatloncd at Olfu, Japan, as a member of the 24Ui Modical Company. He has bera overseas since June, 1947. For the Man Who Seeks Comfort Plus Style Presenting two of the Finest Shoes made m EDWIN CLAPP SHOE 18 BOSTONI AN FOOT SAVERS 16 ; 95 up 1 95 up AAA to E—6'/ 2 to 15 SH O E S at Osceola on September 9. By Hugh Fullerlon, Jr. ROCHESTER, N.Y., S«pl. 2. W) —Charlie Coe, the lean Oklahotnan, encountered two of Ihe toughest lies of the amateur sold championship yesterday. . . . And they were- n'l the kind somebody told him. . . On the fiflh hole of his morning match against Harvle Ward, Coe's drive lodged at Hie foot of a tree, among some debris on the bank of a water hazard. It was the nearest tiling to an unplayable He that could be ruled olherwlse, and Charlie had lo lurn around left handed and hit the ball wllh the toe of lus club. He got ouL In two swings. Ihcn holed out a shorl pitch lo halve (he hole wllh a five. . . . USGA Secretary Joe Dey. who rff- creed Ihe match, told him: "you'd belter frame that ball.", . . . In the afternoon li- ncain found the fool of a tree on (lie ninth, wasted a stroke getting out and then hit a shol so far over the green thai the sncetnlors didn't even duck. . . . Ward had tree trouble, loo. getting under some low branches on the Only 5 Lettermen Tiger Coach Moans Over Outlook; Team Lacks Experience By James Berry (,'inirier News Correspondent CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. Sept, 2. —With only five lettermen back from last year's squad, the outlook for Coach'1 Boepple's Csiruth- crsville Tigers Is pretty dim. This lack of experienced grinders, coupled with one of the toughest schedules in the school's history, leads Coach Bocppte to commcnl that "we'll Just try to give them all a good ball game." Darkest spot in the Tiger football picture is Ihe end post where not even one substitute from last year is back. Returning lettermen include Rob- tfrt Cantrell, quarterback; Bob Watkins, gunrd; Don Waldron, fullback' By the Associated Press Southwest Conference football learns have one thing In common: big squads of big men. Opening practice Thursday found terrific turnouts at the seven schools, with the 50 reporting at Texas Ihe most eager. They begged—and got—a live minulc scrimmage. Southern .Methodist University, two-lime defending champion, suw aclion that look more effort, (hail tending at the waist. Coacli Matty Hell Imd seme of his defensive linemen decked out in over-stuffed padding und let the offensive players bang a\vay. At Arkansas five full varsity teams started running through T formation plays, it was a strange sight lor the onlookers, used to John Harnhlll's Tennessee single wing. As an example of the size ot Hie men. not one of the Razorbnck Hth. It w«.i Just »fler Irml . ... . »er rm, when Ihe match w»s square, that vvlse-crncklnR North Carolinian remarked: "I feel like I got the whole world on my shoulders." Ma tier* «f Course A rumor heard around the club is that R. A. Kins, Hie Wlchila Falls, Tex., oil man whose son Is a semi-finalist here, Is planning to hook up with Del Webb ol the Yankees and Lou Jacobs, the Buffalo concessions man, to build n fancy new sports arena In Los Angeles. . Seems like somebody always is getting lhat Idea—Frugal Willie Tur- nesa| claims he uses Just one golf ball for an entire round unless he cuts it or loses it. Still he figures it costs him about S700 for a week's practice and a week of the tourmi- mcnt. Irclnn's Max McCready sels the figure at $1,000. not counting Iras-el from overseas. Wonder what Ffonkie spends. . . .Another of Harvie WaH's unstudied remarks: when hi- ball fell of Ihe ice twice. Harvle cracked, "Gee, the ball's nervous." ~. ,•. _ .TV ' '"""<"-*• mt;n. nut one o tie Razoruart j a n^ , °^ ' UCklC: and Har ° Id tack!cs wc| 8" s lc « I""" ™ rtoumls Only one oilier man on the squad saw any real action last year and that was Herbert Plunk, guard. The Tigers started working out The dally bag limit for geese Is twlce <lai| y Thursday, but will prac- four including two Canada geese lice °"^ "> Hie afternoons when or its sub-species or two white- Kcno °l commences Monday - ' They will have about three weeks o get r ' ' H n y 11, champs.. Coach Boepple said he would'like lo play one game, on September 16. fronted geese or one of each. Possession limit on geese is one-day's bag limit. Waterfowl may be shot from one-half hour before sunrise to one hour before sunset except on opening day. Legal hunting hours on opening day arc 12 o'clock noon to one-half hotir before sunset. A state hunting license Is required for all hunters 16 years of age and older and for waterfowl a federal duck .stamp is also required. Waterfowl and doves may be laken with shotguns only not larger than 10 guagc. Aulomatie-loading or hnnri-oper- Rice and Baylor had numbers and numbers sense. Twenty-two seniors showed up at Rice and 23 turned out at Baylor. The first day of practice follow, •d a gcuc ' workouls. Texas Christian stalled worrying - - ^v nttiio i right away aboul prolccling Ihe lo ict_ ready for the opener with I rasser (Ltiidy Berryi while Texas J' c «r's Little Eight! A «»<! M. had 6!) players to choose I a learn to lop last year's record Hi Va, Slrnnjrer When Don Stafford of the Charlotte Hornets. last year's No. 1 hil- ler in minor league baseball, was introduced recently lo Charlie Ju.s- lice, tlie North Carolina footballer, Don said: "You probably won't remember me. You were running by too fast to gel a Rood look at me when I played on the Hickory High learn you neat 95-0." ed a general patter n" of Two 'a"da'y | ArmOFCl TigGTS To Meet Maiden, Mo., Nine Sunday prior to the Haytl contest. The schedule follows: Sept. 23 Sept. 30 ated repeating sliotpuns must be plugged so as not to hold more than Ihrec shells when hunting waterfowl and doves. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Eastern All-Stars Whip New York Giants 28-73 NEW YORK. Scpl. 2—(/Fi Eastern College Ail-Stars defeated the New York Gtanls. 28-13. last night in annual Herald Tribune Fresh Air Fund game wilh Bobby Jack Stuart and Rip Rowan of Army, Pete Williams of N:ivy. joe Sullivan of Dartmouth and Gene Ros- sides and Lou Klisscrow of Columbia providing the punch. Number Nine to Oppose James Store Team Sunday Tlie Number Nine Miners will entertain the James Storc nine in a single game on the Number Nine diamond Sunday afternoon. Grover Whittle is slakd to work for the Niners on Ihe mound and will be out to even the score with the Missouri team. In an earlier the Niners 7 14 21 28 4 11 18 24 Haytl Sikcston Portiigeville Cape Oirardeau Chnrleston Poplar Dluff ... Jackson Perryville Open Kennett Hern Here There Here There There Here There Here . The game is set for 2:45 o'clock. IN THE CHAN-CERV COURT FOR THE CH1CKASAWBA IHSTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS Mrs .Ruth B Moore, Pltf vs. Ruth Moore Reynolds, et al DIts. WARNING ORDKR These defendants. Ruth Moore Reynolds, Gordon Moore, and his wife Tommy Ruth Moore, Marjorle Moore. Jeanette Moore Glennon, Mary Lee Moore Putsch, Lois Mrx>rc Kolsl, Tommy Moore and his wife Polly Mae Moore. Jean Moore Cook, Thomas Randsdall Moore and his wife Hazel Anderson Moore, and Frederick Mortzall Moore, a single man, are warned to appear in the Chancery Court for (he Chlckasaw- ba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas within thirty <30> days to answer the complaint of the plaintiff Mrs. Ruth B. Moore. WITNESS, my hand, as Clerk ol said Court and Ihe seal thereof, this the 1st day ol September, 1949. Harvey Morris Clerk 9,2-49 mine losses, one tie). Baltimore Colts Drop Arkansas State Tackle PLEASANTON, Calif.. Sept..2. dV) —Harry Larche, former Arkansas Slate tackle, was one of three players cul from Ihe Baltimore Colts' pro football squad Wednesday. Another playe: on whom coach Cecil Isbell asked waivers is Byron Oillory, halfback from Texas. Red Birds Lead By 2 Full Games Pollet Blanks Phils 4-0 While Reds Gain Split with Dodgers B} 1 Joe Rrti'lilor As*orl«lrrt Press Spoils Wrller The Redbird.s arc roosting pretty lodiy. Eddie Dyer's si. Louis Cardinals never were belter off than Ihcy are right now. Not only are they lead- in* Ihe Brooklyn Dodgers by two lull games, but the remaining schedule Ls all in their favor. The Cards have 27 samps lefl to play, and 18 of (hem are at home. On Ihe other hand, (he second place Brooks musl piny 17 of llielr remaining 27 games on foreign fields. Furthermore, 13' of Ihe Cards' gomes are against the seventh and eighth place Cincinnati and Chicago clubs. The Brooks have 13 to play with the third and fourth place Bo>,ton and New York teams. They've played under .500 ball against these first divlsioncrs, whining 15 and losing 1« lo the Giants and Braves. In Ihe American league, It L Ilkcty the seven game.s belwcen Ihe league leading New York Yankee.- and runncrup Boston Rod Sox wil. settle the Issue. The Ren Sox trail Ihe Yankees bv three panics. Pollett Hurls FIve-HIIIrr Both runners-lip Irvsl ground yesterday. Tlie Dodgers got off on Ihe right fool, outscoring Cincinnati 11-8. In the afternoon portion of a dny-nlitht doubleheader. The Reds bounced back .however, to upset the Brooks ,4-3, In the Id-Inning nightcap. At the same time, the Cards were knocking off the Phillies In Philadelphia lo pick up half a lenglh on the. Brooks. Howie Pollel spun a five-hitler for his 17th vlc- lory. The Red Sox led with Ihelr ace —20 game winner Mel Parnell—hn llicy were trumped by the Detroll TiKer':, who shut them out. 1-0, behind the seven-hit pitching of Arl Houlteiuat). The Yanke.s came through will Iheir patenlcd ".squeaker", a wobbly 4-3 victory over the Browns In St. Louis. Tommy Byrne picked np Ills 12th , victory but needed help from ace fireman Joe Page In Uu ninlli. The Cleveland Indians, baseba] marathon champs, won anothe overtime tussle, edging out the Phil ndelphta Athletics, 2-1. In 11 In nliiKS. It was the Indians' 1711 straight overllmc victory and thel: 18lh In 19 extra-inning games. Randy Gumpcrl pitched the Chi cago White Sox lo a-3-0 win ovc Washington. Dick Wclk's 13 walk, helnetl the While Sox no end. The Ihlrd place Boston Braves In the National whipped the Cllicajrt Cubs, 8-4. as catcher Hill Salkel* batted in five runs wllh a homi run and Iwo slnirles. Warren Spnln picked up his 17th pilching triumph Despite Ralph Kiner's grand shin homer for Pittsburgh, the New York Giants defeated the Pirates. 9-5. 01 The Armorcl Tigers return to action Sunday afternoon meeting the Maiden, Mo.. Independent nine at ArmrKCl Park. Jerry Dean, the big Joiner left - handcr, or Prank Ellis, a Blylhe- round trippers by Hank Thompson, vtlle righthander, will hurl for the I Bobby Thomson and Billy Ripney. Tigers. This will be the Tigers' The Giants moved Into fourth place. . first meeting with the Maiden club this season. Last Sunday Manager Marion Dyer's club took a llirlllhig 4-3 decision from the slrollg Joncsboro Red Sox nine. Sunday's game Is set for 3 o'clock. Read Courier N' ws Want Ads APPLES APPLES Qua of the Largest Apple Orchards on Crowley's Kidsre now Harvesting Tree Ripened Apples. RED APPLES GOLDEN APPLES Wholesale "& Retail at Orchard 50c Per Bushel & Up Speciol Price »o Truckers and Stow VISITORS WELCOME JESSUP-MILLER ORCHARD JONESBORO, ARK. !4 Mile North nf Jeneshnro Cllj Limits On North Church Street Hold RESTAURANT FIXTURES We are dosing our Hl.vlhcvilLc Cafeteria and we intend to sacrifice (he beautiful brand new fixtures, china and silverware at less than the original cost .It must be seen fo be appreciated. Some of the items are: —all slainless sled, riuuhle door, Hi cu. fl. capacity. Six burner short order ran^e—for butane K:IS. Twin urn—10 gallon capncilv, stainless steel. Steam Table—stainless steel, 10' long, 12 vegetables, t meats, extra pans. Miiple Meal Hlock. Two large galvani/ed sinks, galvanized canopy. Beautiful assorlmcnt of brand new kilchcn utensils consisting u( large butcher knives, spoons, ladles, potato mashers, sauce pans, garbage pans, chinaware. glassware and stainless sfcel knives, forks and spoons. Original Wholesale Cost over $3500 Willing to Sacrifice It at One-Half Bring Your Own Truck Terms to Responsible Party Call Don Nusbaum — Ulylheville 466) During the Day, Evenings—C-o Noble Hold, Blylheville Duro-Chrome Corporation 8lyth«ville Airport — Blyth«vilU, Ark. a half game over the Phils. SKY -LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER t Miles Norlh nf Blytlieillle Ho* Olficc Opens at 8:30 Show Starts 7:00 Las I rim« 1'oriay "OLD LOS ANGELES" with \Vllli:.m Klli'jll anil Juhn Carroll Added Aflrar.llons PAGE SEVEN -=-—— • _ RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday & Saturday 'VALIANT HOMBRE' with Human Kenaldo as "THE CISCO KID" Carloon & Serial Saturday Owl Show "Falcon's Adventure' with Tom frtnwij Also Cartoon Sundav Monday and Tuesday NEW Box Opens Week Day. 7;9« p.n,. Mallnee Saturday & Sundays Mal.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cent Showing Manila, Ark. Shawl EVERY NIGHT S;ilurday "THE LAST ROUND-UP" wilh Gene Autry and Jcnn Heather Also Shorts Saturday Owl Show "SAPS AT SEA" nilh Slan Laurel and Oliver Hardy F R E K Admittance (o Owl Show if you at tend the. last regular show on Sa anl»j night. Sunday & Monday 'FORT APACHE" Kllh Henry Fonda Shirley Temple and John Wayne Added Attractions Friday 'RIDE 'EM, COWBOY" with Abbott md Cwtells Also Short* Salurdaj "FRONTIER INVESTIGATOR' Kiln Allan Lane AIxi Short* Saturday Owl Show "LAEOFTHE BARBARY COAST' ullh .Stephen Dunn UK! Adele Jergeni Also Shnrls Smidiiy & Monday 'SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS" wllh Jnel McL'ren 1 and Alexis Smith Alsn^hurli THIilil THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Box Office Open* al 5:15 p.m. Week Nights Show Starts 2! 7:0» ALillnee Silurdaj & SumUj l 2 p.m. with continuous showing. Friday & Saturday "STAGECOACH KID' Tim Holt Serial & Comedy Saturday Midnight Show "MOB TOWN" Drait Eml Kids l.illlc Tough (Ju>5 Also Comedy Sunday & Monday

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