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JBATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1949 Osceola Edges Past r ' .'"•::•: •'-'• ••'• .•>••• ^ •* •-. ..: •: ':••-•• BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGBFTVB Early in Contest Two Othtr Scoring Thrtars Fall Short For Boyce's Gridmen Osceola's Seminoles cashed in on a fumble in the earJy niinutea of play and turned it into a touchdown to remain undefeated and take a 7-0 ver: diet from West Memphis at West Memphis last night. Reserve 2nd John Cox pounced on a West Memphis fumble on the : west Memphis 39 when play was « about six minutes old. Hill and Stllwell teamed up to carry to the West Memphis 15. Hill added six more before taking p pass from Spiers for the touchdown. Spiers passed to Watson for the • extra point and the scoring for the night was ended. • ' Osceola, whose offensive attack was led by Paul Stilwell, moved to within 11 yards of pay dirt In the second quarter after Hill got loose on a 25-yard run and took a pass from Spiers to bring the ball to the West Memphis 25. ... . Stllwell and Shaneyfelt made it a first down on the West Memphis 11 biit that was as far as the drive was destined to go, Three incomplete passes and a loss on a running play gave the bail to West Memphis on its 13. Osceola controlled the ball most of the night as West Memphis could never get a serious offensive threat underway. Both teams however were hampered in running by the sandy top soil of the West Memphis field. •• . • Otceoli Intercepts T»«s ' Coach Rube Boyce's Semlnoles appeared ready to add a clincher CHICKS <„ n i "••«'*•"' » uu » umiuuur aB ainst Little Rock gave the Chicks In the closing minutes of the Bame another first down on the Tigers when Shanevfelt interrftnted A Wpst, i* r ..* -^ - ,. • •.,,*.. .. . when Shaneyfelt Intercepted a West i Memphis, pass on his own 42. : Stllwell rammed down to the West Memphis 39 and on the next plsy picked up " two more yards. Shaw.yfelt added five and Stilwell made a first down for the Semln- bles oh the 26. - . Shaneyfelt quickly added another p.flrst down, carrying down to the 15. Then Stilwell carried three times. And on the final attempt, pushed . to the West Memphis three for another first down as the game ended. Stllwell probably was the outstanding offensive player on either team. He ran well and hard and was responsible for a large share of the -Semlnole's . yards gained rushing. - • Stilwell was taken from the field :. as the gun ending the tilt went off :• but Coach Boyce said this mornjng that he had suffered no serious .Injury. ... Continued Irom Pact L flat pass to Walthal who went t the Blythevllle 45, McV»y picked u nine and Spann cieaked over t< the 34. McViy oh a wide revert went all the way to score on beautiful broken field run. Carter kick for conversion was no g<xx and the Chicks trailed 33-0. The Chicks took the next' klckof on their own 44 and finally go their offensive machine In motlo as Little Rock reserves poured Int the game. Lutes carried for seven fumbled and Donner recovered « pick up two more. Donner on sneak went all the way to Lltll Rock 39 for a first down and Lute found a big hole In the left sld of " ! line and went to the 26 fo another. • • .' ' : Reid was dispatched over rlgh tackle, ran over four men In the secondary to move to the 15 to se up the touchdown. Donner on an other sneak picked up two, Reid cut inside tackle th ough a nice hole to move to the four and then bulled hls way Into -the end zone standing up. dee's k'ok for extra point was perfect and Little Rock's lead was cut to Js points. But the lead wasn't cut for long in fact just long enough for the bal to be put back Into play. Captain J. A. Lloyd kicked 'to the Little Rock 15-yard line and McVay, with most of the rcfiulars back In the Eame, got excellent blocking, slip ped away from two tacklers at the 50 and went all the way to scor again, a total of 85 yards, to make the score 39-7. Penalty Helps Chicks The Chicks' launched another scoring drive late In the period Lutes returned the klckoff 15 vards to the Blythevllle 30 and then teamed with Reid and Lum to move to the Little Rock 30 In three plays A • 15-yard roughness penalty against Little Rock gave the Ch cki Osceola Watson .;. Lanhum ... Jacks .. Wells ..'... Stevens .. Meadows . Weinberg Spiers SHI well. .. Shaneyfelt Pos. !• L!T. : L.a. .. C. . . R O. . R.T. . R. E. . Q.B. . H.B. . H.B. F.B. - . "West 'Memphi ... Sheek . Maynarc .... Tribbl .. Howard .... Allen .....: Gore .. Johnson .McKnigh Carpente . Brasfield .. Demuth Former Chick Mentor, Carney Laslie, Sees 7949 Gridmen Perform ^.. Carney Laslie. line coach of the ^University of Kentucky, the man who Is credited with starting the Blythevllle chicks on the road to state football fame, s aw the Chicks play last night for the first time since he left Blytheville High School Jn 193«. . Laslie, whose team plays Ole MUs in Oxford, Miss., tomorrow, saw the :4Chfcks take a 48-19 drubbing from the Little Rock Tigers, from a sideline box "as the guest of C. G. RM- man, president of the Chickasiw Athletic Club. Laslie coached the Chicks from 1934-1938 and during those three years his team lost: but one game, i post-season contest with Lee High of Clarksdale. Miss., for the prep ichool championship of the south. Osceola Boy Scout Troop Conducts Annual flection £ Jimmy James will lead the Os- ceo!» Scout Troop 221 for the follow year, It was announced today »fter • troop election,last week. Other scout officers .will Include- Lionel Silverfleld, troop scribe- and Warrior Patrol leader, Warren Weinberg, Flaming Arrow Patrol leader; Clarence Wilson, Bst Patrol leader; Richard Ferguson, naming Arrow assistant patrol le»der; Billy Hill, Bat assistant patrol leader; and Sherod Seagraves Warrior assistant patrol leader. A total of 19 Scouts have been registered. As part of the National Scout Roll Call, troop Inspection will be conducted Monday night at Joiner, and the Joiner troop will inspect the Osceola troop the following Monday. 15. Lutes on a beautiful broken field run moved to the 10 where the quarter ended. : Mel Hay, who had substituted for Lutes, tried a pass to Hutcherson on the first play of the fourth quarter but It was a- fraction wide Reid then tore over tackle all the way to the goal line and then H«y tossed a pass to Hutcherson with the big sophomore end taking the, ball on the dead run In the ehc rone. Gee'j kick for extra polnl again WM good and the score read 39-14. . ' The Tigers scored their final touchdown four minutes later vVh Wlnburn crossing from the 15 on an end sweep to .climax a drive which started all the way back on the Little Rock 20. Carter kicked the 46th point. With less than three minutes In the game the Chicks scored their final touchdown on another "Hay~'fo : Hutcherson aerial vrhfeh climaxed the Tribe's longest drive of the nlfht, a 90-yarrter (hat started on the Blvtherllle 10. They look the klckoff on the ID and started their foalward inarch Immediately. Reid oh the first play from scrimmage moved 44 yards to the Little Rock 26. A pass failed to click -and Held found a big hole at center and moved to the 14. Hay picked up three over tackle and then toued a beauty to Hutcherson who received «' e pass on the five and crossed into the end zone standing up. Gee's kick for extra point was wide and the game ended five plays later. Tar the Chicks It was their first defeat' since Russell Mosley took over as coach at the start of the season last year and for the Tigers it was their third straight win this year. The Chicks' defensive game was far below par and had it not been for the defensive splurges of a couple or three Blytheville linemen the score would have been much worse. . Guard Jimmy Gamer and tackle J. A. Lloyd were the only defensive standouts for the Chicks.' Oarner played a steady consistent game at his sentinel post on both offensl and defense. Tackle Sim Berry was slowed down a bit by a sore knee and was below par ..5 was end Marvin Hall who was suffering from an Injured shoulder. Reid Star on Offensive Offensively, Reid was the whole show. He carried the ball 20 times picked xo 360 yards for an average of eight yards each time he carried The closet thing to that was Roger urn's mark of 5.5 with 33 yards ained In the six times that he carried. Starting lineups ^Ittle Rock jurley Lloyd Phillips Droke rarner. ?erry , Hall .. Conner Lulcs . jum .. Reid Poj. . L.O. .. C. .. . R.a. . R T. '. Q B'. H B. , H B. P. Blytheville ... Beavers .. Bradford ... Roberts .. Barnard .... Rooker ..... Clark — Wlakcr Spann Carter ... Waltha! McVay Substitutions; Little Rock— Win burn, Plaster, Sllfer, Maley, Marlln FOR SALE One new M-12-H International COTTON PICKER complete with sea1b«am light and 11x38 Rice and Cane (ires. Substantial Reduction CHESTER BREWER Box 306, Ctarksdale, Miss, Indians, Chaffee Fight to Deadlock Co-Champs of Little Eight in 12-12 Tie at Chaffee Two punt returns gained Chaffee a 12-13 tie with Hayti's Ind- iVin. l*i'V, he C0 - c "amplon 5 of the in. i, LUtle sight met at Chaffee last night, .. H »'|*rt, Chaffee halfback, was the whole offensive show for Cliaf- e. in the third quarter lie took Hayti pun t on his own 30 and ced 70 yards for a touchdown. .in the final quarter he gathered " 0 PUnt " nd Went 85 — — : : : . GR PTVB " 32-0 ~ ~ + Bulldogs Show 'Decision Day; Dawns In Major Flag Races By Ed Corrigin (Associate! Press SporU Writer) t 6 av 0( decision In tlia major league pennant IICC5, The Boston Red Sox can clinch the American League flag by knock- Ing off their challengers, the'New. York Yankees, today at Yankee Stadium. . ^ ' . to Hayti took a 6-0 lead In the first quarter, d u e mainly to Its stellar passing attack. Kenny Bracken, just °n« of Hayti's four pass-flinging d , toky HUBh ^ thf. ri t : from 39 y? r ds out for the first score. th^'th- !" m ' e , stood at 8 -° untl1 ' the thud quarter when both teams dded markers. Hayti's came as the esult of » series or short passes ' t ! l _ Lac J' Bush picking out Don* nd Bracken as his receivers. r,n ra r ? P lun B e <i over .from the en for the score, Hayti's last of the game. Halbert Start " *' as also In the third quarter that Halbert took a handoff of a Hayti punt on his own 30 and down the sidelines 70 yards Chaffee six-pointer. the fourth quarter, he took Hayti kick on his own 15 and moved down the sideline behind perfect blocking for Chaffee's second touchdown. The Indian line once again deni- onstrated its powerful defensive bilities. Chaffee passers were hampered all night by the Hayti forwards. The heavy Chaffee line, led by Ballard, 200-pound tackle, was also effective. Hayti meets East Prairie «t Hayti Friday night. Chaffee ped for In White .... Wickham ... Cunningham Dawson Masterson .. Pendergross . Dorris Nelson Bracken Bush Notgrass .... L.E. L. T. . L.O. . O. . R.G. R.T. R.E. Q B. H B. H.B, >.B. Revelle ... Ballard Shurman .. Peoples Wilkinson . Hampton ... Hooker .. Keeney .,' Halbert .... Undy ..... Bller Sewell. Oosser. Keck, Cauthron, Ir- wln, Jones, Vennar, Lane, »nd Bates. Blythevllle—Mel Hay, Boyd, Hutcherson, *Donner v Wunderllch Criner, Anderson, Mack Hay, and Daniels. Officials: Dukie Speck, referee; Zack Curlln, umpire; Jerry Burns, lineman; and Jim Murdaugh, field judge. Scoring touchdowns: Uttle Rock—McVay g Winburn 1. Blytheville—Reid,' and. Kutcherson 3. Extra points: Little Roclc—Carter four. , Blytheville, ate two. Game Statistic* : Ely the_.'••• vine' nrsl Downs is Yds. and. Rushing .. 257 If they miss, they still have a chance on the last day tomorrow since « Yankw. victory today would throw lhe < race Info another tie. Over In the National, a combination , of a Brooklyn victory and a St. Louis Cardinal defeat could win the championship for the Dodgers, who now lead by one game. The Dodgers play the Phillies In Philadelphia while the Cards, with three straight defeats haunting them, lake on the tall-end cubs In Chicago. A loss for the Dodgers In one of the remaining two games and a sudden come-to-ilfe for the Cards could force the National race into a best-of-three playoff. Yesterday, the A's polished off the New Yorkers, 4-1, while the lasjt Place Cubs throttled the Cards 6-5. The Red Sox helped themselves by drubbing the Washington Senators, 11-9, wh n e the Dodgers had an open date. Bosox Manager McCarthy Is leaving nothing to chance. He's tossing M e i pameji; hls 2 5-gnme winner aRainst the Yanks today DIMaftJo; May Play The hariassed Casey Stengel, In his most desparate spot of the Alii*" 1 ;, '*'" * M hls t° "'n'n e Y n nT° lds ' to tlle oin^h , MS ' Joe DIMl >BSi° .will °'" ^ 'earn and may p | a y Na "° n o l re- represented on the rubber by Ken Heintzleman, who has 6-0 record against the Flatbushers. mL^?'***'*, d ° lng '" Washington n oi Their runs came In two bl° In- H »» -nd these were garnered on three of the hits. a W n d pitch, and a passed rS C " mc to Ilfe Couldn't nil Fowler Dick%^T kS S!m|>ly couldll ' t hit uick. Rmlor, whom they sent to th ° ? lowers In three Innings Aiding the A's cause. we?o - s«m Chapman and Ferris Fain win The skidding c/irds also hr>in P ,i beat themselves, st™ M^f™ 1 a IJy ball off the bat of Swnalloy in the sun, and it fell for t J°p b !?' That sct lhe "<»«" for two Cub runs In the third inn i made the difference. d ' '"'J 1 K |ner hit his 54th "^^rs-^ar?^ needs "wo more'To" Red ' ; of 50, set In loan STAND NATIONAL Brooklyn . St. Louis .. Philadelphia '.'"" Boston New York." Pittsburgh ..""" Cincinnati W 96 „ : ;„ " ,', ; ea AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston .: New York Passes Attempted ... Passes Completed Yds. Gnd. Passing .. Passes Intercepted by ?umbles : Oppts. fumbles ree. .. Kickoffs .!.;/ Avg. Per Kickof'f 'unts Avg. Per Punt ^enaltles ;.. 5 2 18 1 6 0 g . 39.5 .. 3 39 5 for 45 yds. Individual Records Blytheville • •' ' Tries Gnd £Mj« • 12 S7 R * Id 20 160 Little Rock 14 S71 3 60 1 0 3 4 43 37.50 S for65 yds. Avg >onner ' Lum .. Hutcherson ......... i 8 9 4.5 33 6.5 3 1 -3 -3 'ittle Rock larter ... pann Winburn . Tries Gnd ..". 3 IS 123 I7S Avg 11.1 15.2 otals' 7 r« "Gospel" means good news. Cleveland Philadelphia Chicago St. .Louis Washington .. 87 65 ..87 65 ..80 73 ..62 89 .. SI 100 -. 49 103 Pet .832 .G2f .626 .480 .480 .458 .401 .395 Pet .632 .625 .672 .526 .411 .338 .322 . Yesterday's Results „. , NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 6, st, Louis 5 Pittsburgh 3, Cincinnati I Only, games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE £°? "H/'.-Washington 9. Philadelphia 4, New York I Clevelan 6, Detroit 4 Only games scheduled Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE New York it Boston. Brooklyn at Philadelphia, Cincinnati at Pittsburgh St. Louis at Chicago. 'AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago at St. Louis Cleveland at Detroit. Philadelphia at Washington. Boston at New York. More than 57,000 showings of ;ed Cross-supplied films were given n military hospitals last year Football Scores County Uttlc Rock 48, Blythevllle 20 Osceola 7. west Memphis o Wilson 32, Dyess 0 Southeast Missouri Sikeston 21, Caruthersville n Hayti 12, chnffce 12 (tie) 'Charleston 7,' Kerihett 6 *' MoBricIe Dexler 21, Illtno-Fornfelt o RIsco 25, East Prairie 7 Maiden 20, St. Genevleve 6 Portagevllle 7, Munford, Tenn; 12 State .--' Pine Bluff 40, Fort Smith 7 ' El Dorado 19. Hot Springs 0 Camcien 19, North Little Rock 0 Van Buren 41, Rogers 6 Smackover 43, Fnrdyce 12 Texarkana 18, Magnolia 6 Pocahontas 19, Catholic High 0 Russellville 14. Conway 0. Mountain Home 25, Sloan-Hen- drlx 0. Barton 64, Wheatley 0. Wynne 27. Parkin 0. Marked Tree 44, Lepanto 0. Sllorun Springs 26, BenUmvjlle 0 Paragoulrt 20, Batesville 7. Lonoke 33, Carlisle 14. Benlon 10. Bauxite 7. Crcssett 19, Warren 19 (tic) City 32, Brlrkley 6. Nashville 59, Prescot 0. Malvern 57, Morrilton 0. Subtaco 41. Fayetevllle 9. .. t peQueen 32. Arkadelphln 7. .Sprln^dnle 40. Harrison 6. ' Hope 21, Gurdon 0. Marianna 47, EInine 19. Searcy 19, Bald Knob 7. Harrlsburg 3!), TjTonza 7. Jonesboro 13, Helena 6. Stuttgart 34, Clarendon 6. Walnut Ridge 26, Corning 0. George Washington's second inaugural address Is the shortest on record. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA MRMTJLJLNG. R«.,rv^ fc.. L ° W « S ? ADMISSION ™ICI! ANYWHEREl Served fot. on Sate .1 the L*,*, Arena from 6 p.m. Every Manrfay Monday, October 3 New Starting Time 8:15 Request Match ADULTS 50c - CHILDREN BOX SEA'IS 15c EXTRA 1T«» 15c This match has been requested by Bill Canny who has vowed lo whip everybody who had anything lo do With clipping his hair. BILL CANNY and RAY CLEMENTS TEX RILEY and JACK MOODY 1-FoH 30-Minut. Matches Ray Clements Y». Jack. Moody Sikeston Power Defeats Tigers Big Eight Champs Roll for 21-0 Win Over CarutherivilJe Canithersville's Tigers, although nn Improved eleven, bowed last night before a powerful Sikeston team, 21-0, at Caruthersville. Slkesloii, defending champions in the Big Eight, rolled to touchdowns in the first, third and foiirlh quarters due chiefly to lhe ball carrying of its fullback. Lee. The visitors wasted little lime In pushing across their iirst marker. A Caruthcravllle punt was lugged back lo the Tiger 15 and Lee scampered over from there. The third period six-pointer came as a result of march from (he Sikeston 26. Five plays brought the ball down to the Carulhersvllte seven. Vick went over on the next play. In the fourth quarter, tho Tigers were forced to'give U|> tho ball on downs on their own 24. Six plays later, Sikeston had a first down on the two and Bizzell took scoring honors. Tifier Til r rat Caruthci-svlllc's biggest threat came In the early minutes of the second Ivlf. Starting from the Sikeston 42, the Tigers rolled lo the visitors' 11 before losing lhe. ball on downs. Cnntrcll's running and passing were instrumental in the drive. Jarrett and Waldron were on the receiving end of his tosses.. The Tiger pass defense, weak in last week's loss to Hnytl, showed xmsiderable Improvement. Stkes- ton completed only fora of 13 (owes. Several new offensive stars stood out for Caruthersville last night. Hedge Morgan and Waltlron all •showed up well running. Waldron ind Morgan also turned in stellar defensive performances, Jarrett and Pankey, Tiger ends, Icmonstrated they will probably rive the Coach Emll Boepplo's offense more punch as both carried veil.on end-arounds, The Tigers will travel to Port- igeville next week. 3aruthersvlllo p ' anke y LB ;....;. Nlrkens 'ones ......... Lr cole 'luuk LC. llumrs y c iV; B •••••••• c !'Buckles Vatklns. ..-,... RG Rlldd Bostlc ......... RT ... casllebcrry arrett ....... R B SmUh ; antrcl1 • OB Vick Vnldron ...... H B ... Polnshnlck Hel| 8« HB Matthews Morgan P B j^,. Members of the Orcck Orthodox Church do not celebrate Christmas n December 25. Diters Dr»^n Vo!s !n Sficond Gome Of Dixie Series NASHVILLE, Tcnn., Oct. 1. (AP) —The 1 red-hot Tulsa Oilers* head lomeward today, hoping to win the MB Dixie Series from the Nashville Vols In four straight games. The Texas League champs look ic second game In the four-of- even series from the Southern As- ociallon representatives by a 16-7 core last night ,ancl seem headed or the Dixie Series championship. The Oilers won the opening game 3-2, nnd last night's vlctorv leaves hem but two games to go'for the erics title. The team.'! arc traveling today and ll renew the series with the Ilrst lit of tt three-game round at Tulsa omorrow afternoon. Bay Clements B i!! Co nny Teams With Texan for Wrestling Bout Bill Canny, who had his hair clipped In the Legion's Auditorium ring two weeks ago Is after rcvengo and he may get it Monday night. re big Kansas grappler has sworn to revenge the hazing and Is reported "out to get" everybody that had anything to 'do with It, nnd Monday night he will bo in the ring with two of the [Ivo men that held him while a barber applied the shears after he had dropped a decision to Farmer Jones two weeks ago. Rcforte-Promoior Mike Meroney has booked Canny and n newcomer Ray (Bulldog' Clements, against Jack Moody and Tex Rllcy In n tag match, that will constitute the main event of the American Leg- Ion's wrestling bouts. Moody and Rlley, along with Meroney, Jones and Chico Corlcz, held Canny while his hair was clipped away _ Following tha hair cult Ing Incident, the enraged Canny demanded that he be given matches with each of the four wrestlers that took pnrt in the clipping. Meroney agreed nnd ".llowcd Canny to pick his own partner. He chose Clements Olemcrts a 205-poundcr from Lubbock, Tex., Is considered one of the best heavyweights to come out of Texas in several years. Until recently, he has been appcarlu<* before wrestling fans in larger cities of tha southwest where he received top billing. In addition to the tag even, two In addition to the tag event, two one-fall preliminary bouts nre also on Monday night's card, in the first Canny will tangle with Rllcy and in the second Clements will battle Moody. Employes Reject Plan For CIO Representation DEQUEEr/, Ark", Oct.' l-(/p)- Employes at the Dlcrks Lumber and Conl Co., cresoto plant here havo turned down a proposal lor CIO rcprcscnation. The workers yesterday voted fit) to 14 ngainst having the United s, Coke nnd Chemical Workers Jurht's Mother Dies SILOAM SPRINGS, Oct. 1— l/n— y™', L ; D - L «"«r, 'T, mother of " stlce ^bcrt A. I-eflar been'^ntu^cd" 8 ™™' 8 "^ " Ot Mrs. icfiar also Is survived by her husband and six other children. Medical authomics^do~not advise, the application o[ beefsteak to a black eye. TUESDAY OCTOBER 4 STARVUE PRIVE-IN THEATRE- Out on South Hiway 61 Opens 6:30—Show at 7:00 Adults 50c; ChiMren Free Power in Rout WMson Single Wing Attack Scores In Every Period DYESS. Oct. 1 J wnson High School's Bulldogs, sparked by a hi 1 1 ant running attack and an air- light defense, routed the Dyws Hlsh School Eagles 32-0 In . gam? pb y . cd at the high school athletic field here yesterday afternoon. , The Bulldogs used their single wing power to score In every period for a complete rout of the Easles who could never get a sustained drive underway, The win was the Bulldogs second straight this season. The Bulldogs scored single markers In the fhst, second and third peilods and pwhed across two touchdowns in tho fourth frame Quarlcitack Howard Woodyard was their biggest cog, scoring two touchdowns mid passing fora third The BulldocV other markeis were picked up by bucks Eugene Nixon, Boyle's and Ryals. Nixon got the Bulldogs started with 10-ynrd touchdown plunge, in tho first nuarter lo climax a lo'n" ground drive. Boyles crossed over with (he second touchdown In the next period on an eight-yard plunge through center. Woodyard picked up his first touchdown on a 20- yard splint |n the third o.uartfr, added his second In the fourth when he sneaked over from the three and then to Rynls for the Bulldogs' fjrinl six pointer. Tlie Bulldogs were superior in every department. They chalked up 11 first downs to the Eagles' four and completed ihttte out of five passes for long gains. -The Eagles also completed three aerials but threw eight. The Bulldogs' superior defensive, play kept the Eagles off balance all afternoon and they could never get started. Halfback Noel Fur r wax almost the whole show for the Eagles find was especially outstanding on offense. Starting Lineups; Wilson McDiinlcl ,,., Douglas Keel Gnrrctt Poriestcr Williams G. Woodyurd H. Wcodyard Nlxou , Webb , Cash , LE LT LG c RO. RT . RE . OB , HB HB FB -Dyess .,,,,,.. Dean Holland Benson Blackard Hollingsworth LCD . , ..... Smith ,.. Kumphitex Furr Fincher Dallas Substitutions; Wilson— Alexander, Boylos, Birch, Jfuncy, NeUon, Stan- rod, Roberts, Ryals and 'Crawford. and-Warh\irst; ~ Crai<jhead County Poll Tax Sales Set Record JONI35BORO. Oct. 1—f'n—KvtTy ' poll tax receipt sold here today will set a new record: < Ornlghcad Tax Collector Andrew E-iston sold the old mark of In 000 receipts v,as set last year,' At 9 o'clock this morning. 11,250 receipt* hail been sold. Mnny Cralghcad residents 'are getting their receipts at booths set up on the couit square by members of the Arkansas Democratic Women's Organization. Today 1« th« last day io buy a poll tax which allous lotlng In next year's elections. ' Soybean Sacks new 10 oi. FALL SEEDS Alfalfa, Rye; Wheat, •Oafs & Vetch BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 1800 W. Main St. Phone 85B-857 BONDED RADIO REPAIR For (he first time in Blytheville, we offer you BONDED RADIO RKI'AIK SERVICE. Every-job bonded by an indemnity company which stands behind our guarantee^. WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? Piano Tuning AND REPAIR We use (he famous STRO- BOCONN in our tuning service. WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? PIANOS NEW AND USED -MUSIC INSTRUMENTS— SHEET MUSIC— RECORDS Everylhing in Music BROOKS MUSIC STORE, 107 E. Main, ' Tel. 811

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