The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 13, 1946
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PAGE,SIX BLYTHBVILLR (ARK.) GOURIEi: NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1940 Lone Oak Win 4-H Opener Promised Land A Boys Tri m Recce; Gowiel \ £ A Boys Swamp, No. Nine. The Promised Land and Lone Oak B boys opened the annual 4-H Basketball. Tournament at Gosnell last; night -with Ihe Lone Oak boys winning 27 to 6. The' eiltjj-e Lone Qak team plny- ed well with J, \y. Williamson lead ing scoring. with six field goals. . Players' "positioiis and iolnl points made wei$: : ', * IB B«ys) Promised -Land Pos. pts. Don WilVihis ...... ...... a 4 Bilbo. Lilly .-.,', ......... P Fay, Johnson ..... •. ... ..... C Herbert 'Nave ........ ____ G 2 Billy Mai\n .............. P Eugene Sheperd .; ........ G Lone Oak Pos. Pts. Carl Wyaf t ....... . . ..... p (J Gej'ic Harris .............. P 3 Norjnan Lewis ............ P J, W. Williamson Ernest, Bi'own Calvin Sipes Don Morris Gene Heath /C 'G G G G The Promised Land A boys, perhaps smarting under the defeat, of their younger .brothers, >played a grand floor game.aiid paspltigjattack to defeat Rcece'36 to is. The Pro- \mised Land passing attack never 'faltered nnd they showe'd promise of being one of the leading contenders for ".the. A boys crown ihis year. Mu'.len of Promised Land led the scoring with • 17 points. Their line ups were: ;.'•' (A Boys) Promised Land Pos. Pts. A. Hardy';..' C 10 J. Duclos G 1 t. Ashby G '1 B. Mullen i.... P 17 J. Duclos". .-...-:. F 4 J. Mi tcher .-...'• G 2 JJ. Baker -,* G A. Duclos • G S.-'C>ih :,. G B. pyeripan G IF. 6rp»(«'.'i.. 1 G :'. Tl)^,'. Gpii^fl! A boys made a race tracjc, out of Ihe court. In defeating NiiilU^r>Niti« by a score, of 51 to 10. The. .Nimiber-iNine club presented RII ahiiasl mie ihan team in Junior Scribner but he wns not able to • cope Tilth live entire Gosnell team. 'Young Scribner is a natural hi athletics aiy also entertained po'iiie. of the spectators following the to,uri)anwH by playing the piano. He snys Ills ability lo piny the piano,comes to him naturally, never having taken a .lesson. Statlslies oil this gome were: • (A Boys) Gosnell • Pos. Pts. Charles Harris P 1« W. Hanjs P 10 R. S\vain C % 4 D. Hudson G J. Fratikum G C. Hill '. ,• V G J. Lucius .. .' P 4 T, Dofrls .G H 1 . Eubanks '...' '.. P fi Number Nine 'Pos. Pis. it. Smith F a Hill Johnson F T, Hopper C I P. Hardesty G Junior. Scribner G 1 In (he. most exciting game of the. night the Number Nine U boys defeated Box Elder by a score of 10 to 11. These young fellows kept the spectators in excitement and laughter until the filial whistle blew. Statistics on their game follows: (B ISoys) Box Elder Pos. Pts. . Galycnn P '). C. Garner P TODAY'S SPORT PARADE Dixie Walker Must Prove He's Better Outfielder Than Rookie By OSCA11 l''KAI.KV ITiiUrtl 1'H'ss Spoils Writer DAYTON A 1IMAC1I, Ma., Mar. 111. i U.I'.)—Tin 1 •sand of Dnylona's fiiini'd bench glistened as with tear drops and the surf^ boomed a funeral dirge '"day for Hie regular outfiektinp career of Fred (Dixie) Walkrr. Ihe people's ("Cherce") from Brooklyn. For Dixie, the Wonder Hoy of Phitbush who could have been elected mayor In a -write-In campaign, after 18 years In organized baseball has reached the'downhill, stiu-c where he has lo show enouRh to ousi another, from his rlKlil field berth and that other is n mere rookie. Tanned and wearing n brief pair of swimming trunks, Manager Leo Durocher of Ihe Dodgers covered his toes with sand nnd made that clear in the bright Florida sunlight. Leo the Lip was taking time out from a came of catch with a lennls hall. In doing the breath- place Walker In Brooklyn's fanatic hearts. "This boy can hit and run and throw and there's no doubt In my mini! that he has everything," IJiuochCT said, 'flf v;n win any pennant scon we'll have lo win with men . like htm." A husky I'ollsh boy who loves baseball, the 25-year-old rookie from Newark. N. J.. seems to merit all of nuroucher's praise. He's !i solid muscular hoy. 11)0 pounds er, he made it plainly evident that Reece Eugene Biinn . Douglas Wilson Bobby Wood n rd Tom Taylor .. Ezell Wilson .. In the only girl's Fos. Pts. L. C. Haygcod . C. Rhodes P. .Smith Number Nine J.-Scribner M. Earrestine .. H. Smith M. Johnson D. Scribner ;... . C . G . O Pos. . P .. P .. P . . Ci . . C . G ,. G G 2 a 1 Pts. Walker K runninf; a fading .second lo Gene Hermanski, a rookie 10 years Walker's junior. "II Isn't n question us lo whelher Trennnnskl will beat, out Walker." Uiirocher asserted. "Dixie will have to out Hcrmanski." The loquacious one who handle sthc reins of Ihe Plalbush flock rubbed a fallen chest and had nothing but prnise for the Ebbets Field I So it seems idol. ' youngster "He Is without doubl the gretit- .',ix-foot frame and the Lip that he was when he wns up for on convinced real find trial In That's when Hermanski hit .300 in 18 games before going into the Mnvh i ,.,., Const Ciuanl. i Yom'i Jr. Horse Show Men Elect Officers Jeff Roland Named President Of Group At Meeting Sunday PAIiAGOULD, Ark., March 13.— Jeff Kolnnd of Pannjonld was rc- clecti-il president, fiiun A. tenth of l'nriiK"iild. secretary-treasurer and J. II. Crnln of Wilson, finance chniriiKU) of the Arkansas Horse Show Association al a meeting Suiuhiy in Little Hock. Roland. Leath and Arris Collins were arnoni; the 30 attending;. Mc'inters of the hoard of direc- lorK are: Ernest Harper and II. O. of Little Rock. R. A. T „ .... of Fort Smith. J. V. '•lie's even better now" Durocher Ross and Dr. W. D. llaynes of Hot raved. "He's better o" ground Springs. Tom Griffin of El Dorado balls, is a much better hitter andlArcli smith of Texarkunn. Dr. J, practices eternally, snagging flys w. Werner of Jonesboro C G as long as anyone will hit them Smith ,,f Hlytheville. J. K. Gerlach lo him. "The kid has a Gene Goff of Fayettc- Pittsburgh Has New Grid Coach Fcslcr Successor To Clark Shaughnessy; Ripley To Georgetown HV WAI.T lUT.ltS Uiiitoil Press Spurts Writer NfvW YORK, Mftr. 13. (UP) — Collegiate couching ranks umlcr- wem a fast turnover today with tlic hiring of lno coaches, tliL 1 resignation of tv;o others ami the reuini from'service ul still another. 'I lip sTifl.. 'oveniifshi sliift left Columbiii. Princcloniurul Navy minus head ba^ethall coaches while PittshurKh "gain'rct' s> football chief and GcuiiiCtown University, preparing lo return to (jig-lime intercollegiate competition next season, ro hired Elmer Rinley, who piloted the Hoy,is Hoop teams lo prewar prominence. Ripley. "fill in" coach at Notre Dinne during [he past season, has when Wesley Fesler, head basketball rind assistant grid coach, signed a three-year contract as head uotball man at the University of 'Ittsburfh. He succeeds Clark, who left under fire, •~eb. 4, and returned to Maryland is football chief. John N. Wilson retired as the vliddies 1 basketball coach, a post le held since 1927. No announcement was made as 10 his .successor or the reason for his resignation although Ca|k. Charles o. New Theater Manila's Finest Saturday & Sunday, Mat. 1 o'clock Sunday & Tuesday NlfhU, 5:3t a'cloek AU other nights, 6 o'clock. vllle, Dr. li. J. Haley of Parngoitld, r-st ]efl-han ,ded hitler of left-hand- this season. who claim he has an ann which Is every bit as good and the tulcl- ed benefit of niore power al the plate. likely that the will take over Dixie's quKlelclliig chores at Kbbets Field wound mean lhal Dixie. P 2 P 1' C G 1 G 2 game of the .NorthcuH M. Bnrrc.slln<! . I,. Scribner ... In the Wednesday niijht .session tlVe 'Lost Cane li sir's pl«y Clear l.rike at 7/o'clock, Other panics are: Lost Cane B, boys vs neece; Lost Cane. A Ritls vs Clear Uikc; Itox Elder A boys.vs Clear Lake. la Hie Thursday morning .session the Lone Oak il boys will piny Arinorel at 9:30 o'clock. Other games cd pltchiiH! thin I've ever seen." I That Durocher lauded Dixie. "Yes, Dixie ; the 1944, National League batting , was one of the greatest 'but. the-1 champion with s>. .'W* overage. 11 kitls are out lo run the old timersi'wonltl.'ljccaino n pinch hitter. But ' Mit Is doubtful whether until Hcr- | innnskl-" proves himself such duties v.'hl assuage the wrulh of Hie of out of their jobs and n lot them fire B°'"t r Ul succeed." Running a handful of sand between his "fingers, the Lip squinted nto Ihe sun and left no doubt that Itermnnski Is the inah to re- are: BlackwiUcr B girls vs Gos- c inell; Pnwheen n fills vs Proin- nighl the Gosnell A team defeated' «ed Land; Box Elder 15 girls vs a scrapping Promised Land team Armprel: Number Nine B boys vs 48 to 25. The Promised Lund 'guards worked very hard all through the. game but were 'unable to stop the persistent scoring of R. 6niiv and S. Bevill. R. Cain scored 2G points and S. Bevill started hitting She basket in th e second' quarter and made a total of 18 points before the final whistle blew. 'Leading scorer for Promised Land was M/ Liltle with. 1G points. . A very capable forward, B. Ball of Promised Land, was kept well covered by the guarding of E. Overman but sh e only 'made D points during Ihe game. Players and positions* were: (A Girls) Promised : l(au4. . . Pos. P,ls. 16 31ackwaler. 'Bob Henderson of Dell is serving as'referee. "Trigger" wall of Manla will assist him in Ihe night ses- ions. 's. Bail .;_Vf.:;;.-. :~. ...,; p M. Little.;-.;'. F B. Jones .?.- P P. Needtiam. P J. Kill . iV G M. Hill .;.:.: G V. gri'nnn •••:-. G M. Ball .;:. : ; F E. Needham F. J. Hill .-r: G Gosnell rr Pos. Pts R. Cain '!' p 20 S. Bevill -. i p P. Grimes-. F L-. V. Bolln P M. Overman G W. Danels G 18 . rabid Dlxio Walker chowder Marching Society. Tney really love that man in FliiUmsh. Grndy is reported to have deeded nil his equity in the. club to a jroup of members who reorganized he club, but tci gain title to the iroiievty it will bo necessary for the rustees of the new club to buy he property in a sheriff's sale on April 5 nt " p.m. Since leaving Joncsboro. Grady las been arrested on charge of iislnB the mails to defraudt and is Doing held in Liltle Rock awaiting trial in Federal Court. Mrs. Bell Will Teach Junior 'High. English Margaret Mrs. Mnliftii Bell lins Fishing Club Hear Trumann Will Be Sold JONESBORO, Ark.. March 13.-The Sheimndoah Hunting and Fisli- ng Club, located on St. Francis Biver near Ti'uinann, will be soltl shortly, to stituty a judgment of $1000 awarded Wait Chrisco of Jonesboro. The judgment was against Austin Grady o( Memphis,' former operator o f Ihe club. -Tho Hunting and Fishing club originally included members in Memphis Jonesboro and other parts or the MidSoiith. The real estalc and persona! property of Ihe club, including boals and a large diamond ring, are included in the sale notice. .The' suit by Chrisco against Grady was the outgrowth of n check which Chrisco said he cashed for Grady. Heart Courier News Want Ads. accepted a .position in Junior High School as English instructor. She replaces Miss June Tin ueker. who resigned that position several weeks ago. Member of a widely known nly- Iheville. family. Mrs. Dell wns graduated from Lindenwood College, St. Charles. Mo., and received her A. IJ. degree from Northwestern University. Chicago. She oper- nled.a private kindergarten a num- mer of years ago. fid QUALITY TOOLS df LOW PRICES. f !> Many Useful Items of Low Prices SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY GARMENT BAG Here's a real buy! A genuine Clopay Kiirment hajj, larce sixe, 60x25'/2\.') inches. Will hold 2 or:! suits or dresses. H1BBARD DEADLOCKS HAT AND COAT HOOKS Only -95 $2 Hero's a sturdy IjurKlariprntif door latch. Simple to install and \& Per (In/on Heavy tfau^e iitct'l win\ jn pa n n cd finish, -i incEi priijoclinn. Kasv to install. STATIONERY 1 Our Entire Stock Now. • Come Early for the Best Selection—SAVE! Starring in Wein«r B<oi. fit "COHHICI" *»or> hi, R.ihiol "ITON" Crton . .. It's o pleasure lo find a hoi *o smartly styled and in such quality of fur-felt. Bul'lryina, one on lops every' thrill when you discover how these Resistol 'Se/f-Confcrmmg' Hals simply fit them- »ely« to your headshope comfortably th« moment you try one on. nnd up Hughes & Co JTKL WOOl ; [ 1 IK~ rolls ] A fine (Jradc I of stttl wool . I that lu\5 cxncl R:J^.i 'v,""ln"kilcl^,; CHAMOIS K.ich No. I niraliiv >c!cclcJ, ^i/c l.V\ 16 in. l!nr\ccllcJ lor Ccni-rjl IH£RMOMETE8 VEGITABIE B1H For outside me, n stronpi finish nxclnl \ thermometer. Coniplcic with bracket and screws. A I'a'cti 2.49 (leu rid oi all keeps \cCctnhlc Ircvli. KnnmrlcJ (in. 111, Gemge Hestand of Pine Bluff and Hob Parker of Hughes. The organization has 20 members and plans an enlarged program in 1843. J. J. Mnrrtiy. owner, ml E. J. Lee, editor, of the Tennessee Walking Horse magazine, of Lcwisbitrg, Tenn., were fiue.stspeak- ers. Murray said Arkansas horse- nen mus - own more Tennessee .walking borse mares than any other slate. bia during 1944 and 1945 nnd filling n at Notre Dame during 194fi lending Edward iMoosei Krausc': •cturn from the Navy. Meanwhile. Navy, Princeton nn( Columbia ended up shorthandcd. I'rinccton lost a double-duty man The library of the Smithsonian Institute In Washington. D. C.. contains more than 8CO,000 books, pamphlets and charts. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Open at 6:00. Show Starts it 6:IL Wednesday & Thursday "FEAR" wilh I'etcr Cookson, Warren William and Anne Ciwynne Short, "\VaRon Wheels" unrt News Humphreys, alhlelic director, said Wilson would remain as chief instructor in the physical training department. Wilson's 1045 Navy team won 12 and lost three games. Kleclric hicililk's under Ihe REA system in Colorado furnish elec'U'ic ! power lo more limn 20.000 consumers. Wednesday & Thursday "THREE STRANGERS" uUlt Kidney, Greeiistreet and Peter Ixirre News and Comedy CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" Week Days: Starts »l 7 p. m. Wedncsrtav /t Thursday nOItm.K FEATURE "There's Something About ci Soldier" with Tiim Nc:il anil Kvelyu Kayes with Uiibei't U'illiamf and "GIRL IN THE CASE" .liuiis Cm-let Also Sliurt OPEN C:4li; STAIITR 7 p. ra Wednesday & Thursday 'Objective Burma 1 Errol Flyiin William I'rince (ietirgc Tobias Nrws of the Day Also Shorts Let Us Service Your Car We Specialize in » WASHING ' GREASING ' VACUUM CLEANING Phone We'll Call for Your Car and Deliver It Back to You Don't Gamble any Longer! The Present Used Car Market Will Never Be Higher Sell Your Car to us and Get The TOP (ASH PRICE ^ ANY MAKE — ANY MOOKl, You don't- have to Shop Around— Drive in to us and Get TOP CASH PRICE Langston-Wroien Company Authorized 1HUCK Safes »nd Service Rhone 553 Walnut and Broadway We Carry a Complete Stock U. S. TIRES Langston-Wrofen Co. Buick Sales and Service Walnut at Broadway FLOORS REFIWSHED New Floors Laid and Finished. Make Your Old Floors Look New—Modern Sanding Equipment Used. Call <1G9 for Free Estimate Deal's Paint & Wallpaper Store Paints, W/atipaper, Slats-O-Wood Awnings 104 So. First "We Clean and Wax Floors" Phone 461 FARMS FOR RENT One 380 acre farm, one 300 acre farm, one 2£Q acre farm, one 97 acre farm, one 15 acre I;irm, anil one 45 acre fur in, all well improved, wilh electricity. We also want 25 SHARECROP FAMILIES Will completely set up anil finance, to farm, a limited'num- ber of large families. See E. B. Gee Cotton Co., Marsfon, Mo., Kr.iilej, Mo. (8 miles west of Por(ageviUe), and lilyllicvillc. Ark. —'»» BONDED AND INSURED 24-Hour TAXI SERVICE CALL 968 Bill Wundcrlich Railroad Street — Rear Robinson's Dru^ Slorc Radio Sales & Service Felix A. Carney 133 East Main Phone 3616 Sales - rhllllps Robinson Service - Felix Caine] PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. 126 W. Main • l>i, onc 515 D. &-P. L. No. 14 Planting Seed Cleaned, Delinted, Cercsan Treated. Germination 80 to 90 per cent. Also LAREDO SOY BEANS 90% Germination Lloyd Stickmon Phone 32lO ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Let us figure your bill of materials or the total Contract, including labor. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. Sec. Phone 3371 Radio Service "Pie" Angel Refrigerator Service Fred Lawler Washer & Ironer Service Philip Frtl Vncmmi Cleaners, Pans, Irons and Small Appliances Rc- pairfd. Bnliy jumper .swings Hairy walkers and strollers Pyrex glassware—household waxe.s and cleaner—cullcry. Phonograpli records ami accessories. Fans—ntllc. window, pedeslnl, ami t;il)lr types. Adams Appliance Co., Inc. t. W. Adams, Msr. Successors to Hardaway Appliance Co., Inc. Phone 2071 206-08 West Main

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