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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 7, 1949
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BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1049 PAGE SIX " BI/I jHJVvii^Js VAK^.J VA/UJVIRB IVEJVVB • . _ : — licks Meet Pine Bluff Tonight at 7 30--Papooses Lose to Snowden 19 to 6 " - '^^ ' , •',•'_ ' .. .-- * •:. . ' ' . . . • J LA -— 1_ [ebras Favored [o Defeat Tribe Mosleymen in Good Shape for Important Game with Mules The Ely tlieville Cluckasaws, their war feathers rumpled - a thorough dousing of hot T last week, their nome war grounds tonight to face another T-propellcd Big Six team, tlie Pine Bluff '/e- bras. The Chicks and the Zebra? •square off in their aniuin. gridiron classic at Haley Field tonight at 7:30 in one of the highlights of Blytheville'a two-day King Cotton celebration. The game was moved up 30 minute's from the usual starting time in order to let spectators attend the King Cotton. Ball which.follows immediately after Uie game and which will 'climax the annual cotton celebration. Coach George Terry and his >quad oi 34 Striped Mules arrived In Blytheville late yesterday and appeared in hlfth spirits for the contest. On the basis-ot scores ot their first three outings Ihls season the Zebras are rated as slight favorites over Coach Russell Mosley's Chicks. .The Zebras, who have won seven ot the first 10 meetings of the two teams, come to Blytlievllle undefeated In three outings this season. They started tlie season oft \vkli R 33-6 l decision over Jonesboro, romped over hapless Fordyce team 617 in their second game and defeated Fort Smith 40-7 last week. The Chicks, boast only a "metlincve 1-1 record having defeated Pnragonld 27-6'in" thetr first gr-ne of the season and lost last week to Little Rock 46-20.' .The weatherman may decide to cooperate with the fans and Ihe teams tonight. Sunny skies greeted Biyttieville residents this morning arid.held promise ot a perfect football night tonight but tlie Weather Bureau has forecast partly cloudy skies with scattered shovels for Northeast Arkansas tonight R»lh Hurts Both Teams Both the Chicks and the 7ebras were hampered this week by rain Both got In onlv one day o! good practice and then they hnd to do it in .Ihe rain. The Chicks scrimmaged in the ram Tuesday afternoon and spent the rest of the time indoors working on plays 'Coach Terry's Zebras; worked out in the rain Wednesday afternoon »nd spent the. rest of the week in skull work The Chicks again this week will hold a viperlor wight adianlage, according -ix>. tlie pre-game listings. Coach Terry's Mules will average 363-pound per m in Hi their start In?-lineup as compared to 119 for the Chicks, a 16-pound advantage. 'In 'the line the Zebras will average 168 from end to i.nd while the backs will ueigh ni at 153 each The Chicks' forward wall averages 187 per man a"hd the bicks 168 There will be a revenge motive in tonight's conflict. Coach Mosley's tribe will :be out, -to -.avenge last, NEW Box Opens Week Ways 7:00 p.m. .Matinee Saturday & Sundays Mst.-Sun. 1 p.m ConL Shuwiiij Manila, Ark. Shows eVEKX NK1HT Probable Starting Lineups BLYTHKVll.l.E No. 45 50 44 43 40 25 30 21 20 V1NK BLUFF Rowell I.avelace Jack Harvey G. Harrington Bill Campbell John Brewer I-eon Owen Jimmy Holmes Don Wilson Glen Morrison Francis Long Average Weights Line—168; Backficld- \V(. P*i. Wt. Player 153 L,E. r }SO Max Gurley 174 Ij.T. 195 J. A. Lloyd 156 L.G. 175 Jerry Plillllui! 166 C. J85 J. C. Dioke 189 R.G. 176 Jim Garner 170 R.T. :•- 205' Jim Berry ITS R.E. 186 Marvin Hall 156 Q.B, 1190 Buddy Conner 145 H.B. 170 Charles Lules H7 H.B. 125 Roger Mini 160 F. B. ". 188 HolKrt Reid ., . Average Weights 163 ,. Line—1ST; Backflekl—168 V ". Team—179 54 45 34 21 ; 35 44 51 17 15 12 14 Classen Picks Irish, Sooners, UCLA to Win By Harold Classen 4 NEW YORK, Oct. 1—W)—' fills may surprise the, more rabid baseball' followers but there is a full, schedule of college football games carried for Saturday, too. This Is how the fames should come out If they follow form: Michigan over Army;, Michigan will get revenge for Ihe war-time lickings by.the young generals anci extend ils victory skein to 26 i" a row. Noire Dame ovei puuiue: The Irish, also owners of a" unbeaten string, appear to he about four touchdowns better than the big ten boilerjnaker.l. . Kentucky over Georgia: it is Kentucky's homecoming am! Coach Bear Bryant will have his Wildcats fired up. to protect their unbeaten slatu.s. Ohio State over 1 Southern California: no coast team has defeated a lop flight Midwest eleven since the war and there is no Indication that the Buckeyes will lose. Oklahoma over Texas: Dairell Royal Is Oklahoma's passing quarterback and tlie Texans' will sutler n Royal flush trying to keep ll!> with him. Duke Over Navy Duke over Navy: A year aao the Duke ireshmen were crushed by the Navy plebes. Those players, are sophomores now ami the Dixie lails will get their revenge. Stanford over UCI.A: Stanford appears a .touchdown the stronger. I Minnesota over Northwestern:. Minnesota' funs will be singing "Billy Boy" in honor of Billy Bye, alter this one. Yule over Columbia: Columbia appears too green. • North Carolina over South Carolina: just what was It the two governors, of those two slates said to each other? ' . > Skipping over others in a luniy: Alabama over '-. Duquesnt, San Nashville Ties Dixie Series In Sixth Game NASHVILLE, Tenn.. Out. 1. f/Pt— The Tuisa Oilers and the Nasllvilli Vols fight it out tonight for the Dixie. Series championship. Lanky Jim Avera, who's already chalked up two series victories pitches for Tulsa of the Texa league. He'll face big Ben Wade tlie losing pitcher in both of Avera'; wins. five Tulsa pitchers tried to si lence.the Vol's biff bats as Nashville slugged its way back into the serle with * ,10-5 victory in the sixth game of the series last night. Carl' (S',vish) Sawntski, Sotltheri Association home-run champ, set tied the a four-rim homer in the fifth Inning. The Vol went on to 'score three more run, as 1L men batt-J in the big Nash ville ' Inning. Tulsa canie back to score twi more runs in Ihe seventh, but, Franl Marino's pilchinR was too mud for the Oilers. He gave up onl eight hits as he went the route. ipann-ing rh« Gap For the 13 years that this department has been following football we have been disciples of the power offensive systems, Notre Dame box, Ingle and double wings and the lite and until recently our chief argu- nenl in favor of plunge, buck and block methods has been Dial there's absolutely no substitute for power. But when the Little Rock Tiger* rolled onto Haley Field the other light and poured a hot brand of T all over the place, they made believers Hit. of us. Not only did they have one substitute for power, Ihey had hvee.-a quick moving line, a pair of fast run'ning backs and a ball handler by the name of Bobby Spann. Sparin undoubtedly was Ihe best high school T quarterback we have ever seen grace a North Arkansas field. His uncanny timing made it learly impossible for (he average fan to follow the ball and he gencralleel the Tiger club like a veteran campaigner. He kept everybody guessing as to what was coming next and during that hectic first half he marie the Chicks' defense look lilt* so much wet cheese cloth. Aw, But That Beef But our argument has not been totally forsaken. We still have a leg on which to siand. In facl, two well-muscled limbs. Those ol Robert Reid, the Chicks' 188-pound baby bulldozer who roared through the Tiger defenses like the 9:20 express. He was by far the most outstanding back on the field that night. ; Reid is our Idea of a good power back. Big, fast and hard to knock down, as any one of the 30-odd Llnle Rock lads who tried to stop his chinning knees will verify. Give him hall way decent blocking and he's good for five yards just about every time he carries Ihe mail. Against Little Rock, when the Chicks' blocking was far below par lie averaged neat eight yards per try, gaining 160 yards In. 20 cracks at the line. His average for the first two games this year-is a fat 8.30, 301 yards gained in 36 times that he had th'e ball. And he's only a junior. The Chicks may be down but with Reid racking up the yardage Inside and a couple of backs like Charley Lutes and Roger Linn handling the outside work behind a 190-pouud aU-letterman forward wall, they're a long .way from being out. Pigskin Pickings Pint Bluff at Bljlhc.vill*—Last weelc we missed on the Chicks (and who didn't) but we are stubborn souls and Blythcville's -16-20 lashing convinced us of only one thing, the Chicks should be tough lov this one. That licking did them a Jot of good and we pick them to re-bound and take this one from George Terry's Zebras. It'll be tough though. North Little Rock at Et Dorado—The down state wildcats have been hotter than a depot stove In their nivst three outings and North Little -Rock apparently doesn't have what it takes to coo] them off. El Dorado by 20 poinls. Little Rock at lint Spnnx.t—If the Tigers go this week like they went last week they should saddle the Trojans with the greatest of ease. But It could be they were just pepped up for Blytheville. Anyway, we nice Little Rook by 20 points. ' Iii other Courier News contest games we r pick: Iowa lo get by the llllni, Minnesota to shade Northwestern; Duke to take rlavy; Kentucky over Georgia: Florida to get past Auburn^ Michigan too much for Army; Arkansas to stop Baylor's passes; Texas to upset Oklahoma (our special Tigers lo Travel; Hayti to be Home Caruthersville Meets Portogeville Tonight; Indians vs. E. Prairie Hayti's -Indians will try to advance in Little Eight Conference standings when they take on East Prairie tonight at Hayti while Coach Emil Boepple's Caruthersville Tigers will be looking for their first win or the season when they travel to PortageviJIe In a non-conference tilt. Many Hayti grid observers think the little Bast Prairie Is in a good spot to upset the Hayti eleven, which seems headed for its second straight Little Eight title. •Those fans have not forgotten when a confident Hayti team bowed to a small but scrappy Fast Prairie squad last year. East Prairie has lost two games this year. It dropped a 13-0 decision "to Dexter two weeks n'go and last Friday night went down before Rlsco, 25-7. Heaviest man Eagle line will be Hilton, a tackle, who tips the .scales at 160 pounds. The East Prairie line will average, around 150 pounds while the backfietd will weigh In something less than that, according to weiahU supplied by the coaches. Tigers In Good Shape Caruthersville emerged from its lough contest with Sikeston last week in good shape. Coach Roepple Memphiahs' Aerials too Muc/i And Stabler's Juniors Suifer Second Consecutive Setback By Ctatge Clark Courier News Sports Kclitor Snowden Junior High School's green clad legions of Memphis spoiled the Blythevillc Papooses' home opening last night by scalping Coach Earl Stabler's junior tribe IJ-b in their first home showing of the season before an opening night crowd of an estimated 500 spectators at Haley Field. The big Green and Gold team, rated one .of the best in Memphis junior circles, piled all oi their scoring into the first half and then had to fight off two late rallies by the game Papooses in order to protect their lead. The Greemes, operating frorii the single wing and short punt found the going on the ground a little rough and had to do their scor- Francisco over Detroit, over,St. Mary's, Drake .over South ; Dakota and Denver over Hawaii. Saturday Cornell over Harvard, Pennsylvania over Princeton, Pittsburgh, over West Virginia and Henn State over Boston College. Midwest California over Wisconsin, Iowa over Illinois, Missouri over Cll-i- homa A & M, Texas Christian over Indiana, Michigan Stale over Maryland, Kansas State over Nebraska, Kansas over George Washington, Wlctilla over Bradley and Marquette over St. Louis- Southwest auu far W*si; Iowa State over Colorado, Texas Tech- over Tulsa, Arkansas over Baylor, Oregon over Washington State. Washington over Oregon State. South Tulaue civer Southeast Louisiana Louisiana State over Texas A & Ml Vanderbilt over Mississippi and Tennessee over Chattanooga. Brooklyn, Boston Deny J. Robinson Sold to Braves NEW YORK, Oct. 7. ftPji—Both Brooklyn and Boston baseball officials stoutly denied today a report that Jackie Robinson, the Dodgers' stellar second 'baseman, had been sold to the Braves for ft wad of cash and talent. The Washington Times Herald, in a dispatch from New York, reported it had learned Robinson would go to the Braves for »250,00e and two unnamed players. Tile official announcement of the Seal is being held up until after Hie-World Series, the paper added. _" A- Brooklyn spokesman who declined use of his name termed the report "poppycock." Billy Southworth, manager of the Braves who was given « late season tpave ot absence, said he was positive there was no foundation to the report. reported this morning his team Is In top shape and looking for its first victory tonight at Portageville. The Tigers have been working out in the gymnasium this week, because of "heavy rains. Coach Boepple's only lineup change will be the Interchanging of Morgan and Waldron in the backfield. Waldion, who has been a starter at halfback, has been shifted to the fullback slot while Morgan moved from 'full to halfback. Hayti Coach Gee underwood will be hoping for clear skies tonight so he can tnfee advantage of a pass- Ing attack which led the way to a victory over Caruthersville and helped offset a Chaffee weight ad-> vantage last iveek- fn their first two games, the of the week): LSU to Stop Tews A-;,. Penn over Princeton; Missouri to I'" 1 .""' , hru ' e Ji 01 !J lpl pJ'f r =- 23 M ?, f !!? _.. . _ __ . . _. . "aerials. Tlie Last. Hiaine tnt ai Hn.vti Is stated lo get underway at ing via the aerial route. Two of their touchdowns were 1 direct results of the Paps' pass At-' fense weakness and the third was set up by an aerial. The two teams swapped "evenly with Snowden dominating ptay in the first half .'and the Paps came roaring back lo rule second half play but with too llltle and too late. Capitalizing on a break in the very first minute of. play the Greenies fled immediately lo their first- score. Recovering a Papoose fumble on the Snowden 10 the Green and Gold opened their offensive attack. Two quick first* downs gave the ball on the Blytheville 40 from where halfback Martin heaved an aerial to quarterback Bcnistcln who went all the way to the Blytheville 10. From there, the Greenies sent end Schaeffer on an end around into the end zone for their first six pointer. M :rttn's try for extra point was stopped short and Snowden led 6-0. Score Twice in Second Their second and third touchdowns came in_ the second period Friday "JAMBOREE" with Ernest Tubbs Also Shnrfs Saturday WYOMING BANDIT" with Allen Lane Also Shorts Saturday 0\vl Show "NIGHT UNTO NIGHT" with Ronald Kcagan Also Shorls year's poor showing against the underdog Zebra squad from which tliey lisd lo walk away content wllh a 7-7 tie. That game put the first blemish on an otherwise spotless record lust year. However, later in the season Ihe Chicks were v (led again by No-Ill Little "—k. y.rhras ;':ivc G Vi-icrans The Zebras boast six leltermen from that 1948 ^q;iad anrt they will remember iiow a bis. highly favored BlythevUle team invaded their Jordan Stadium only to be stunned by a smooth working T offense "THE YOUNGER BROTHERS" with AVaync Morris and .la nis Paige Also Shorts and Ihey will be out to prove thatj c<) Trce O ff cnsf . Osceolq Juniors Lose to Marked Tree by 32-0 Osceola's ] Junior High Sclioo tootbnlters (eV hetore an alert band of Marked Tree Juniors last nigh at Hale Weld, 32-0. The Osceola attack, hampered bj fumbles, conld never get underway MarVeci '. Tree, scoring in every quarter, set'up its touchdowns witi a blocked punt, recovered fumble. IOIIK pass and s quick first (timrte thrust. Tlie contest llivoughont v,'as mar red by fumbles and innfiert passes One Marked 'free score came whel Osceola let a'kick-off- roll free Ihe end zone where it was recovered by Marked Tree. Warhurst and Barnes were out standing defensive linemen for Hi Junior 36111111016.5 while Collier ani Kocole were standouts on the Mark- in over Oklahoma A * M , Mississippi State over Cleinson; Vanderbijt ver Mississippi; Ohto State over Southern Cal; Notre Dante over Puvdue; Vashington over Oregon State: Villanova over St. Mary's; California ver Wisconsin and Oregon crver Washington Slate. Last week's' record: l*et's not ialk about It. High School •; Football ; County Pine Blwff at Blytheville Whiteliaven (Term) at. Oeceola Luxora at'Reiser Wilson at Sliawnee Southeast Missouri'iUe at Portage ville East Prairie, at Hayti $Ut« Hot Springs at. Little Rock Subiaco at Ru&sellville Van BLiren at Springdale Paragoukl at PiggoJLt lifti-iison at Rogers. Jone.sboro at Bririkley Bemon at Fovdyce. Fort Smith at Fayelteville, tHo\>e at Malvern. Warren at Smaekover. HunUville at Alma' Bentonville nl Mountain Home SUoatn Springs At. Berryvllle Beebe at Balesville Newport at Searcy Mansfield at Booneville CaLholtc HiRh at Con way De Wilt at Stuttgart Forrest City sit Helena Marianna at Wynne Nashville at DeQueen Augusta si Pocahontaj West Memphis Rt Lepanto tXHioke at Bauxite Oklahoma Aggie Amateur Leads Willard Tourney FORT SMITH, Ark., Oct. 7. M>i— The long, hard battle for the .1949 Willard Memorial golf crown was n full swing here today. Leading the pack of 32 lop rank- R amateurs in the first round match ot the championship flight ,his morning was Bo Wininger of Tulsa. Okla. The stocky young Oklahoma A. and M. golfer hutiff up medalist loners yesterday with nis sizzling :hrec-under-par 68 score for the 18 hole qualifying round. He repeated his 1948 record when he won low score by the same card. Two rounds of 18 hole match play over tba rugged 6,495 Hard scrabble Country Club course was scheduled today. Quarterfinal. 1 ; and semi-finals will be played Saturday. A 36-bole match Sunday will decide tins year's championship. Today's first round pairings and qualifying scores: 7:30- copied by Bernstein on the seven. That lo-';eJ like all for the Paps but on the first play from scrimmage (lie Greenies elected to gamble, with Martin tossing a pass to Schaeffer but it was long and Hayes gathered it ill at the 25. He went all the way to Ihe nine before slopping. On the second play from scrimmage the Paps sent end George Skelton skirting the right -side on an end around tor the Paps' lone tally. Gentry tried the line for the extra point bill 'vas !l eld. raps Oul Gained It was the second loss for the I Paps in as many starts bvil in spite . of tiie fact the score went against i tlicni they played good ball, especially ir the second half and had they got a few breaks In the first half It might have been different. Hays, Gentry and O'Brien were standouts on o ise while guards Bob Childcrs an' 1 . C Swill, tackle Quincy Hodge and ceiiter Montroe Holland were defensive stalwarls. The Paps' forward wall showed signs of Improvement but their and bolh on passes. Stopped cold S 'B»5 °' improve mem ""••»"••" „„ thp .ronnrt the Orpi-iii^ wero blocking and tackling was off. The Boft/e Launched to Save Jobs for 950 Engineers on the ground the Greenies were forced to the air. The Greenies got the ball on their own 30: Quarterback Bernstein stepped back, heaved a 10-yard aerial to end Schaeffer who stepped off the remaining 60 yards to pay dirt. Snowden's final lally came a few plays later after the Paps were unable to move the ball more thnn 30 yards. Taking over on the Papoose -10 Martin again flipped to end Schaeffer and this time he found j he had the whole east side of the! field to himself and he raced over | untouched. Martin fouud 'R whole; at guard and went' over .for the extra point. ' ^ ( The Paps .in? , to life at the; starting of the second half. They, held the Greenies to n net gain of i £f'l^. yard durinj the third quarter- while their offense which was! MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 7. fAPl — s , lartc() hy lhc rum iiii K of halfback j The-fight to save the jobs of SDO : Bcnnie Hay - an(1 f u iiback Donald. civilian workers at the West Mem- j Qp,^-^ knocked a*, th^ touchdown phis. Ark., Engineer Depot will be f do(Jr [ w i c e.-only to be'denied. • taken to the While House "if neces- Tll y le j our ui quarter the Paps' sary", Rep. Cliff Davis (D-Tenn) gr ,t their first big drivr of. the night .said yesterday. Davis said Rep. E. C. Gathings fn-Ark), Guy Pi-her and Jake Smith representing the workers, and himself, met with Gen. Lewis Pick, chief of engineers in Washington Wednesday. The congressman said meetings were scheduled for Monday with •'ank Pace, director of the budget, rad Presidential Assistant John R. Steelman, both Arkaiisans. - , Dismissal notice.? were handed the West Memphis workers Sept. 1 as a re-suit of Defense Secretary Johnson's general economy order. Hint for Motorists Exhaustive tests have proved that a car having clean spark plug* and traveling at a speed of 60 miles an hour will^ get 43 per cent more mileage from a gallon of fuel than will a car with dirty plugs operated at the same speed. Porkers Leave by Plane for Tilt with Baylor FAYETTEVILLE. Ark.. Ocl. "i. I, —Conch John Barnhill and 36 Arkansas Ka/.orbacks left by plane fo Waco. Tex., today for a chance to beat Baylor on its home ground. The Porkers left in two planes They were to arrive In Waco thi: afternoon in time for a light workout. Arkansas meets the Baylor Bear; ;here tomorrow afternoon. perfoi inatu-e can be repeated. j — Kansas is the greatest wheat producing state In the United States. All 11 ot the Cliick starters, however, remember that night too. and they will be out to do something about it. to mat" up lor the sour showing. The Chicks worked out briefly yesterday, witnessing a light limbering up drill and after a final check- | up they \veie nrmunmceri sound | for action. The Tribe emerged from the Little Rock lick'"" with only a few minor bruises and Coach Mosley is expected to sUvt Ws \i«iM first eleven. Announcement We Are 1'Ieasetl to Announce Timt Erwin Jones is now connected with our firm at a salesman SHELTON MOTOR CO. underway. Whipping the Snowden line almost completely down they racked up tliree consecutive first downs lo move to the Grcentes 30 at the ending of the third period. ': They /renewed their ground attack ! in the fourtlr. quarter and hi four plays moved for. a first down on Hie'. 10. Hayes tried a touchdown pass to id George Skelton but was. inter- Junior tribe's biggest weakness pass defense which \vas full of holes. Three Greenies tried sis passes, completed four of them for a net gain of 130 yards. One was intercepted. On the ground they found the going rough, ' wever, and managed to pick up 91 yards whfch was only seven yards bellcr than Ihat Rnrnered by the Paps. The Paps tried seven passes, completed only two for 45 yards and had one intercepted. Even though out gained in the -liv and on the ground, the Paps reigned in the first down department 7 to 6. Starting lineiins: nowdfn Pos. Blytheville Johnson L.R Skelton L T Hodce Robinson L G Swift Stcvli C. ' Holland Ellis H G CHlders Bradley R T. .'.... Crincr Pchacffcr ,.'. R E Sheuherd H?rtistein ... Q B O'Brien Wagner H.B B/alchcr Darnell H B Haves Martin P-B Gentry Substitutions: Snowden -— Bauni, Hoffman. Luckelt. Hoover, Gibbs, Whitticben and Phillips. Blytheville—Hall. Mosley and Jones. Officials—Speck, referee: L'.oyd, umpire: Childs. linesman; \V;se, rielrl- Judge. BUVTHEVILLtS ONLY WHITE THEATRE FRI.-SAT. 2 BIG HITS»Open 6:30 Dagwood and BlontiiR "BLONDIE IN DOUGH" Also Tim Holt in "WILD HORSE MESA" Plus SERIAL • CARTOOX SCHENLEY . . . makes your favorite drink richer, mellower. H50 IUI ll!»»a WWW. M SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER RiTZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday & Saturday 'WEST OF EL DORADO" with .lohmvr M.ick Brnwn Cartoon and Serial 2 Miles North ot Blvthevitlc Box OUice Opens at 6:30 Show SUrts 7:00' Last Time Today "KNOCK ON ANY DOOR" with Humphrey Bngarl and John Derek Added Attractions Saturday "OKLAHOMA BLUES" with Jimmy Wakely and Dub Taylor Added Attractions Sunday & Monday "EASTER PARADE" Fred Astaire Glnter Routes Added Attractions t Saturday Owl Show "FRANKENSTEIN MEETS WOLF MAN" with Boris Karlort and l.nn Chanejr Also Cartoon GIANT GORILLA PANICS NITE CLUB! — o» tcrccn explodes with . 10 mott hmific ihrilli «v«r pictured! f OliRIIUIBIS, IKU N. t, C. We Follow Your Doctor s Prescription Nichols Drug PHONE MiOl

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