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Saturday, October 27, 1951
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iATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1951 BLYTHEV1LIJG (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FtVB Whitehaven Drubs Osceola 48-25; Arkansas State Routs Corry Field 53-0 Spiers Completes 23. of 35 Passes but Tigers 7 Power Too Much for Seminoles By GKORGE CLARK Courier News Spur Is Editor OSCEOLA, Oct. 27--Tommy Spiers, Osceola's brilliant pass-chunking quarterback put on a dazzling display of his passing wizardy here last night but his efforts just weren't enough as the visiting Whitehaven, Tenn., Tigers spoiled the Seminoles' homecoming by a 48-25 count. The Seminole dandy had his best night of Ihe year and gave the near capacity crowd of spectators plenty to talk about as he completed 23 out of 35 tosses for an amazing tolal of 404 yards.-All four of the SuminoleiV touchdowns Beanie on Spiers-thrown passes. But Spiers 1 passing was all the fans had to talk about The Seminoles' ground attack was a complete lizzie against the bigger and rougher Whitehaven defense and the Tigers matched Spiers' aerial wltardy with a ground attack that tor* through Osceola's " leaky de- fenM almost at'will. ' Game Rough The game was a rough one with -and oil a Ho Hey sprint, got the from 15 he cause ouchdown ards out. The loss was the second of the ear for the Seniinoles against five ictoi'ies and a tie, The Seminoles t EJoylcs touchdown pass. Wilson Bulldogs Get Sixth Victory West Memphis Beaten 20-0 in Hard-Fought Game on Long Drives WILSON, Oct. 27—Wilson's Bulldogs hung up their sixth victory at the 1951 football season last night beating the West Memphis Blue Devils 20-0 at West Memphis. The Bulldogs scored once in the first half on a 51-y»rd susUlned drive in the opening stania that was climaxed by a 25-yard Webb to lad to go without the services of one of their ace defensive players, guard Donnie Johnson, who suffered a fractured Jaw in the Corning game last week and will be out for .he remainder of the season. Starting lineups: Whitehaven James . :iifford Wilroy . Krag . Bedgood hand-to-hand combat threatened at Beshears times. A total of 295 yards was as- McKuire . lessed in the penalty-tilled game, Holley 180 against the Tigers and 1!5 Moore agalntt the Seminoles. Seventeen McRae of the 25 penalties were of the 15 Rogers variety and there were four Infractions called on which th« penalty was declined. The Tigers got their ground attack going quickly and jumped to two-touchdown lead in the firs quarter. Taking over at the Osceola 48 after a punt early in the period the Tigers began to roll goalward Holly and Rogers picked up a firs down to the Osceola 36 In spite o 15 yard penalty. Two more 15 yard Illegal use of the hands fine moved the ball back to the White haven 35 but a 47-yard pass from Holly to end McRae went all th way to the Oeceola three from when Moore plowed over. Holly lot the extra point. Again the Seminoles were unable to move from kickoff and 'Harvey Le« Hill quick kicked out of hounds i.t the Whitehaven 40. Again the Tigers came marching bank. Rogers got i first down to the Osceola 40 on the first play and Holly passed to Rogers for another first, down on the Osceola 31. Rogers in two Etabs at the line carried to the'one and on his third try he plunged over to score. Fullback Sheppard waj'»topped on the extra point try jcjjnd Whitehaven led 13-0. $f' Tljers Score on Fumble The Seminoles got in two plays, ont his wcond pass completion »f the night, before the quarter ended with the ball at the Osceola 35. But on the first play of the second quarter. Spiers faded to the 25 but fumbled and Pruitt, Whitehaven end, acooped up the free ball and trotUd the 25 yards to the e,nd zone unmolMted. Moore plunged for the extra point to give the Tigers 30-0 lead. Then Spiers began to pitch am th* Seminoles got back in the ba! tame. Operating at his own 25 8pU» hit all-state end Warrei Welnberg with a 12 yarder. IJonnli Dunn, » sophomore halfback, pick ed up 10 yards more on the grouni to the Whitehaven 40 and then Spteri faded deep and with th' whole Whitehaven line bearini ionn on him. hit Weinberg at th Jive. The glue-fingered end took th paat on the dead run and ramblec ,-J kito the end zone. / \f* But the Tigers got the touclidow: back quickly. Taking the kickoff a 30 the Tigew returned to their 4 and moved along the ground wit perfect- ease. Three straight firs downs moved the ball to the Osce ola 14 from where, in two play Rogers crashed over for his secon touchdown and Moore picked up tl: extra point. Spieri got the Seminoles with: two touchdowns of the Tigers c Just two passes following that kic^ off. With the ball at the Osceola 4 he passed to halfback Hill for yard* and then evaded thr Whitehaven tacklers. tossed Welnberg at the Whitehaven with Weinberg going on to scor Spleri kicked the extra point. Tlfers Widen Margin But again Whitehaven roared ' back to widen the margin to tliree touchdowns before halftime. Aided by two consecutive 15-yard penal- Pos. L.E. . li. T. i>.a. c. R.O. R. T. R.E. Q.B. H.B. H.B. . F.B. Osceola ... . Posey . Thcmason . . Phillips .. . Harlan .. . Dillard .. . Green* . Weinberg ... . Spiers Hill Wells Burdette Gets 32-73 Victory Over Trumann BUBDETTE, Oct. 27 — Burdette's Pirates got their seventh win of the season here yesterday afternoon, beating a Trumann team 32-13. The Piates spoiled the visiting ildcats a quick touchdown in the st quarter and then came roaring cfc to take a six-point lead be- re the quarter ended. A Daniels-to-Watley pass was od lor 25 yards and Burdetie's rst touchdown, and Eugene Cable it the second one on a 30-yard ouble reverse play. In the second quarter, J, W. Gore ored again for the Pirates plung- g 10 yards. Trumann got it* sec- nd touchdown in the third period ut Langley, a Bardette freshman aJf back.-sprinted 30 yards in the ame period 'to replace Burdette's :ad. Burks scored Burdette's lasi ouchdown tn the fourth quarter on 25-yard pass from Daniels. Gore cored two extra points for Bur- etU. In the third period the Bulldogs got their second touchdown on & five-yard plunge by H. P. Cash alter he had intercepted a West Memphis pass at (he Blue Devils 30 and returned it to the five. Edwin Webb got the extra point this score. Wilson's third touchdown came in the fourth period on a 67 yard sustained drive, The BuUdogs drovi from their own 33 to the West Memphis goal without surrendering th ball. Webb got the touchdown on three-yard plunge. Tn spite of the score, the garm was hard-fought with both team: looking good on defense. Harold Burch, Bulldog end. was Wilson's efensive standout and Tretce playa good defensive game for West lemphis. Starting lineups: Wilson 3urch . .. Freels . .. 'erry itanrod ... \bbott . .. Alexander IcNabb .. luncy ... Boyles ash Webb Foe. I,.E. - L.T. , L.G. . C. .. R..O. R.T. R.E. , Q.B. H.B. H.B. . F.B. TV. Memphis Stevens Cagle Strange , Knox Brasfield .— Fogarty Harbour Splcer Cox Acree Treece Navy's Punchless Airmen Prove to be no Match For Hard-Blocking.Indians Corry Field's Nnvy airmen never got their anchor* aweigh and Arkansas State College hung a 53-0 lost on th« gobs at Hiiley Field last night. Caruthersville Beaten by Mules Poplar Bluff Scores 33-6 Triumph; Pass Interceptions Pay Off CARUTHERSVII.LE. Mo. Oct. 27 —'Hie Poplar Bluff Mules turned two pass Interceptions into first half touchdowns and then poured It on In the Insl half at Poplar Bluff last night to down Caruthersville's Tigers 33-6. Dickens, an end, pulled clown the first interception in the first quarter at the Caruthcrsiillc 35 and moved to the 15 to set up the touchdown Wright plunging Oklahoma Ags Whip Detroit; Die Miss Loses NEW YORK. Oct. 27. (IP)— Okla- loma A & M enjoys a firm grip on he Missouri ead today. Valley Conference The Aggtes posted their third vic- :ory without a defeat in conference play last ntght as they trounced Detroit, 20-7 in the Michigan city. In other major games under the ignis. Mlnml (Pla.) whipped Mis slssippi, 20-7, Temple upset Boston University, 20-13, and George Wash- ngton and Fruman battled to a 19-19 tie. Quarterback Don Babers passed and ran the Aggies to victory over Detroit. Babers tossed two touchdown passes and scored the third himself. Ed Sheldon streaked 86 yards with a kickoff return in the closing minutes for Detroit's only Welch, Roberts Will Renew Wrestle Feud Ths age-old wrestling feud between the Welch family and Red Roberts will be renewed here Monday night at Memorial Auditorium. Roberts, a veteran toughie from Little Rock, is scheduled to team with Irishman Eddie Malone FlorEda against Lester Welch youngest of four wrestling brothers and Rex Mobley in the tag match main event ot the American- Le gion's Auditorium bout*. The Welch-Roberts feud 1* one of the oldest in southern wrestling It dates back more than a decad and it usually fills the house when its booked for a renewal. The feud will have a new Rpar in ,thls bout, too. Malone, anothe veteran heavyweight toughie, mad himself an enemy of the Welcfr family two weeks ago when he use a rock on brother Roy in a bou here. Two one-fall preliminary bouts are also on the card with Roberl meeting Mobley and Welch meetin Malone. Sealing operations on lhe Prlbilo Islands, Alaska, netted 50,090 skin in 1950, about 10,000 lewer than J 1949. tcrback John Melear paced Mi am to victory. Dooley scored once an stopped two Mississippi drives in th first half with a pass interceptlo and a fumble recovery BH dais counter. - I boosted the offense Halfuack Jim Dooley and quar- sparkling running. with so m Marciano Kaoys Louis In 8th Round at Garden ties against Osceola, they moved 60 yard line, Th« Tigers opened the second Courier News Photo* SPIERS PASSING — Osceola's jmiisoles were soundly beaten by Vhitehaven, Tenn,, last night but Tommy Spiers, ' the Seminoles' slng ace, had more thim his ay before the game was over. In he upper photo, a Spiers-pro- jelled pass Is knocked from the mtstretched arms of Osceola end :one by Jackie Holley (center) and another Whitehaven. de- 'ender. This was In the fourth quarter. In the photo at right, lalfback Harvey Lee Hill is hauled down at mlrifield by Holley after he had taken a 12-yard )ass from Spiers in the second quarter. The gain, however, was nullified by a penalty. udbury Beats Yarbro 32 foO Grade School Teams Play at Little Park; Intercept-ions Costly Sudbury's grid machine continued o roll toward the grade school ihampionship yesterday afternoon i-itli a 32-0 victory over the .v.1nless Yarbro team at Little Park. Despite :he score. It was a tough battle un- .11 late In the game when Sudbury capitalized on four Interceptions to make It a runaway. The first score came early in the llrst quarter alter Sudbury had short kicked and recovered on the opening kick-off. Then Billy Honey took the ball on a double-reverse and went 14 yards for the score John R. Nelson kicked the extra >oint with Charles Coulter holding With Sudbury leading 7-0. Yarbn dug in and battled the Southsiderj to a standstill. Sudbury began to roll on the las play of the third period, Conlte taking n Ynrbro punt and rcturnin to the Yarbro 35. After three plays Coulter skirted left end for 15 yard and the score to make it 13-0. Fol lowing the kick-off, Yarbro elects to pass and on the first play, Dan ny Bratcher intercepted and ra 40 yards (or the score. Coulter place kicking the extra point. The fourth TD resulted -fror Bratchers second interception, Cou] ter passing for 13 yards Into th waiting arms of Nelson. The final score came as Coulter intercepted on the Yarbro 38 and scooted all the way, as time ran out. Sudbury now lends the grade .school loop with 3 wins and no losse. 1 ; with three games to play. for the score two plays later. In the second period, fullback Wells Intercepted another Caru- thersvllle pass at the Tigers' 43 alter Fray had scored the Mules second touchdown and returned i to the one. On the next play, he plowed over for the second score. Rest Easy That took the life out of tin Tigers and the rest was easy fo The Mules .scored again in th Eecond period when they moved 4 yards in six plays after a Cam thersville punt. The Mules scored »'gal nln the third period on a 70 yard drive from kickoff. They rolled along unmolested to the five from 'there quarterback Prank plunged over. Caruthersville got its lone tally In the final period. The Tigers got a Poplar Bluff punt at their 28 «nd marched 72 yards to score. The scoring play was a five yard pass from Cunningham to Cromer. In spite of a rugged line, the Ha?y ien of Florida could not match rtansas State's heads-up play •htch netted six touchdowns ta the econd and third periods In th« ayeec-sponsored contest; State backs streamed down th* eld behind the hardest hitting ownfield blocking teen In Btyth*- llle in years. A scoreless first quarter held out iromlse of a tight contest, but Frosy England's Indiana had Just ba- un to warm to the task. Rudy Wagner set up th« firs* core with an Interception on th« irst play of the second quarter. Then State began a 4«-yarrf touchdown march which was capped by 10-yard Woit. sprint around end by Car'vllle Cromer . .. Boyrt Patterson . Clayton . . Prlvett . .. Woods . .. Spalm Craven . .. VanAusriall Summer . Morgan . . .Starting lineups: Pos. Poplar Bluff . . Harris .. . Lohr . . Knott . Laster . Simpson . Hoover . Dlckeas . . Frf\ nk . Wright .. . Sloiit . . Wells ...LO... ...C .... .-..RO... ...RT... ...HE... ...QB... ..HB... ...HB... ....PB... LnPlantc's kick was wide. Manuel Vidal got Into State'i scoring act seconds laler when, following the kick-oB, he Intercepted on the 50 and followed blockers Into the end ?.one. This time LaPlant* made the kick good. Short Punt A seven-yard punt by Corry led to State's next score. Sommerj fired a perfect pass to Koldus and La- Plonlc added the point to make the score 20-0 at halftime. Vidal, charging In to make th« tackle on the kickoff, came up with a fumble and ran 30 yards for »n apparent score, but the referee ruled the tall dead before Vidal gained possession. In the first minute o! the second halt, Wolt sped through a big hole at right tackle and raced 42 yard! untouched for State's fourth score. LaPlantc's kick was good. Wagner rambled 50 yards behind vicious blocking on Slate's favorite pitch-out play to score minutes later. Again LaPlante, who mads good on flve of eight tries, converted. Woll Rolls Woit set up the next marker on a 50-yard return and laler blasted over from the two. GebcH passed to Koldus on a piny wl'lch covered 30 yards for the next tally and Bobby Reid ended the track meet when lie bumped • Navy tackier out of the hole and rambled ive yards. . Corry never offered a serious of- cnslve threat. Ineffective running and the aggressive State line idol By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK. Oct. 27. (/!*)—Joe Louis is through. Boxing has a ne today in Rocky Marciano. It's the old story of the ring. Youth must be served. At 2:36 of the eighth round In | Louis got 45 per cent. Rocky tore Arkansas Men Place in Rodeo . M..dison Square Garden last night. I a page out of Louis' book BOSTON. Oct. 27. (If,— Two Ar- yards on this touchdown drive with. (he oM Brown Bomber was stretch-ling finish to it. I ished hiph In rodeo events at Bos- Moore crashing over irom the »ne| e(i on h , s back on lhe anron ot t he[ ii e belted the balding joe with' !on Gilr <'en. ring in a pathetic finish to one of | rights to the kidneys to take the] Bil1 Hancock, O^ark, Ark., won the most fabulous stories in &111 drive out of his legs, he rushed him : lllc slccr wrestling contest. C. T. halt with another touchdown march, this one going 70 yards. The ' drive was stymied momentarily at the Osteola 20 by a 15 yard penally !,''''"!"'" ,. _i T 1^11 air nn^f-n^ *« -\t^-^n-~f. li'Vin »"F.B V * sports. Today 27-year old Rocky, a onetime soldier, shoeworker. and ditch- more lhan but Holley passed to Moore who « s of ofcs . sional n mj be . ' I until the Bomber was befuddled i J ° ncs - Joncsboro, Ark., was second. and he finished him with the fu;v! Hancock was third in the sncldle of the old Louis* * bronc riding event. went to the Osccola 15 and Rogers , hind h , m _ was th( , _ »cored two plays later. . the man ot the hour The Seminolts. not to be outdone, came right back to get their third touchdown in Just four plays. Spiers passed to Hill for 18 yards to the Whitehaven 40. Then he hit Weinberg for 22 more yards to the 18 and then he found end Kenneth The big brass of the International Boxing Club will sit down today Football Scores County Lake Village 20. McOhee 7 Whitehaven, Tenn., 48,. Osceola 25 Stuttgart 28, Helena 8 Burtlette 32. Truman 13 Wilson JO, West Memphis 0 Slate Little Rock 59. El Dorado 14 Hot Springs 35, Malvern 0 Dermott 21, Crossett 20 Paris 37, Ozarlts 6 While Hail 39. Gould 0. Southeast Missouri Poplar- Bluff 44, Carulhersvllle 6. Fayetteville 27, Springfield, Mo,, Cape Girardeau 25. Charleston 6. 13 DeQueen 49, Horatio 1 Harrison 20, Rogers '7 Gillctt 41. Hazen 7 Bryant 27, Perryville 0 Mountain Home 20, Clinton 0 Hamburg 7, Star City 0 Monticcllo 7, Warren 6 Caindcn 7, Hope 0 Fort Smith 38, Springdale 12 Sublaco 14, Boonevillc 7 Slloam Springs 14. Alma 0 Bcntonville 27. Huntsville 6 Charleston 20, Danville 0 Menu 38. Mansfield 6 McCrory 13, Batcsville 0 Earle 0. Wynne 0 Brlnkley 19. Clarendon 6 Monilton 28, Henton 19 Dumas 19. Watson chapel 6 Atkins 21. Cl.irksvillc 20 DC Witt 13, Marianna 0 Newport 32, Paragould 0 Hughes 19. Marvcll 0 Cabot ! \, Carlisle 13 Sheridan 7. England n .loncoboro 32. Catholic High 13 Bald Knob 18, Pocahontas 13 Dcvalls Bluff 34. Barton 10 Piggott 25; Marked Tree 6 Lonoke 27, Mncnet Cove 20 Parkin 32. Elaine 28 Murfrcesboro 20. Bismark 0 Sikeston 40, East Prairie 0: Kennett 26, Jackson, Mo., 12. Perryville 7, Fredricktown 0. Maiden 2i, Illmo-Fornfclt 7. Haytl 12, Dexter 0. Chaffce 0, St. Vincent (Perry- villc) 0. Temple 20, Boston University 13 Miami (Fia.) 20, Mississippi 7 Fur-man 19, George Washington 19 (tie) Oklahoma A <b M 20, Detroit 7 Ft. Leonard Wood (Mo.) 19, Camp Breckenridge <Ky) 14 Klrksville (Mo.) 22, Warrcnsburg -(Mo.) 6 Ottawa (Kas) 51. Bethany (Kas) 6 William Jewell iMo.) 8, McPherson (Kas.) 0 Missouri Valley 34, Culver-Stocit- tcn (Mo.) 0 St. Thomas 15. MacAleMer 0 Wayne (Neb.) Teachers 26. Kearney tNcb.) Teachers 20 Dana 21, Friends (Wichita) 8 Southwestern tKss) IP. Northwestern (Okla.) State 1 Washburn iKas.) 32. Beloit (Wis ) 20 Little Rock J.C. 40. Hendrix 20 Arkansas State 53, Corry Field Ifla.) 0 Los Anselss Loyola 13. San Jose State 12 Kentucky Fixers Free Under Bond NEW YORK, Oct. 27. I/P>—Ralph Beard, Alex Groza and Dale Barnstable, former University ot Kentucky baskelljal] stars, are free on bail today after pleading Innocent on charges of fixing a 1949. tournament game. The three unfrocked players were indicted yesterday on charges o: fixing the March, 1919 game against Loyola of Chicago. They were also charged with conspiracy covering Kentucky's 184B-49 schedule. The players plcadcd'lnnoceiit and were released on $1,000 ball each. Five alleged fixers also were Indicted and released on ball ranging from $2,50 to S 10,00. stalled the Navy men on the ground and although Corry Quarterback jordell Kelley showed signs of brll- lance in his passing, he was used sparingly and the sailors contented themselves with their punchless ground attack. B. p. Brogdon. ex-Blytheville High School gridder who set national records in dropkicklng in the I030's, gave a halftime kicking demonstration. Freckled Columbus According to a recently discovered book, written 20 years after his death. Christopher Columbus was big, sharp-eyed, ahd had a long, red, freckled face. Site for Rwles Clinic Changed Ebb Pickens of Jonesboro, president of the District Thjee Official* Association, said this morning that the site for the district, rules clinic in Jonesboro Monday ntght has been changed. The clinic, originally tchediiled for Arkansas State College, will b« held nt Jonesboro High School beginning at 7:30 p.m. Pickens and J. M. (Johnle) Burnett, secretary of the Aikansu Athletic Association, will conduct the clinic. Read Courier New- Classified Adj. Leading on the scorecards of all three officials going Into the eighth' round, the swarthy. 26-year old Paying Privilege Stamps were nut used on letters Brockton (Mass.l better, "to'rif out'of " nlil l8 ' 10 ' Previous to that time. , his corner with the advice of t'f In- cr Charley Goldman ringing in his lbc receiver ' P'i'' 11 ? lllc p 'had Discmrrcd Tomato j tivatcrt in Mexico and Peru for hun- Sir Walter Raleigh is crcdUert j ^"Js of years before the arrival of Cole in the and threw to Cnarl( , s , hc cx . c , iampion . ,', him for the touchdown. ' A fumble recovery by the Osceola 20 got the Seminoles started goalwnrd again. A 15-yard Whitehaven penally and a 10-yard the ball with Rocky, bom Roco Marchcgi-1 csrs " GcL nim "<"*"•" ano on Sept. 1, 1021. and discuss fu-| He fii(i A sc ow 'I on his face. Rocky 1 lure plans for the new young tiger] J 1 '^"^ ^^ t^c^ltrin? ex-champ. A ol the ring, '"" ' '" He'll be offered a shot at the privilege ot j with discovering the tomato plane or refusing the i on Roanofze Island and Introducing . it into Kiiropc. Tomatoes were cul-| Courier News Classified Ads , rtiary or Mr^ch and .. Dunn ati shol wilh j?f 5ey Joe possible title Walcott next For Louis an old man of the ring at 37 ] £ year. 1 ;, it's the end of the long trail—a trail that began 17 Then Spiers ran to hLs| ycarB ago and bro ., Bht him lo thc right lo ward off would be tackltrs, cocked his arm and fired a beauty lo Hill at the five yard line and 5 00.000. Now the road turns in an- i a fiothcr"Vft"booVto' •liill stepped Into the end z^ne. | olher direction. anoiner icu noox to world's heavyweight championship earnings of left hook flush to the jaw dropped Louis. At t>rvo, he was on one knee \vhlle he listened to refe Goldstein's count. At eish up . . but he was done. . | Marctano stormed alter him. A i ri?ht lo thc head dnzed the Bomb- 1 er. He lotlered back against thc ropes and his hands fell to his sEdes. I Then a crunching left hook to the '• chin and a riRht to the head and i Joe .slartrd down. 1 becfln. Ends Ojccol-i Scoring That was all of Osceola's scoring but the Tigers scored one more in the lourth period. Taking over at ' their own nine where they stt;p- \:c:l an O.^ceola drive, lhe Tiger.s It was only the third loss in Joe's Tl-bout career and the second knockout. He was kayoed In 12 by Max Schinellng in 1936. For his victory. Marciano collect- ' and then Louis went through the ropes and on to the apron of the ring on his back. It was the way the Brown Bomber of yesteryear used to do it. too. Relt Iheiri «\vhilc they're going hfy can't cet ,i ]lis bi.. Krsl payday, about S14.0no.i Onlristeln took one look at the . :i liiLe trouble in muvmg the 89 umls received about SIM.OtW. Rocky l helpless chamnlcm and snared him a yards. Two 15-yard roughness pen- ! go t 15 per cent of the net gate and j count. He waved his arm* and 'it tlUn «galnst the Seminoles aided of the (183,000 radio-TV receipt*. wa« all over. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 29 8 p.m. TAG MATCH Red Roberts & Eddie Malone Adults 50c—Children 15c Lester Welch & Rex Mobley (•'or Reserved Seals! Call 33S9 Also 2 1-Fall 90 Minute Matches Malone vs. Welch Roberts vs. Mobiey Looks Practically Brand New Yes, it's really wonderful lo see what our expert dry cleaning c;in <lo for your clothes. ( spots and stains, which make your clothes look old before their time are gently but efficiently removed. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418

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