The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1946 · Page 6
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March 15, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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VAUE SIX BLYTIIEVILLE (AUK.) COUIUEU NEWS FRIDAY, .MARCH 10,1'MU 441 Tournament Continues Today Nine Contests Ployed At Gosnell Yesterday; Workers Are Praised Oosnell's 4-H Club members arc dolne a splendid job of conducting their 60-game 4-H Club basketball tournament, extension leaders have announced. Various club members have been assigned to the different Jobs of conducting the tournament and there has been no delay In any part of the program. Their reception committee includes: Stella Cain, Patsy Grimes, Chcrie Prcvost, Haye Lucius, Rayon Ledbctter, David Hudson, Woodrow Harris, and Jerry Fran- kura. This committee is also In cliarge of the dressing rooms. Another hard working committee is In charge of the commissary. They are selling candy, drinks, sandwiches, and ice cream to the public in the corner of the gymnasium. This committee includes: Charles Hill, president of the Gosnell Club; Charles Harris, Sylvia Swain and Joe Bates. The committee working in the lunch room has little opportunity to witness the ball, games. Sandwiches and plate lunches are prepared by this committee in the scliool's hot lunch room and they are ."able to serve food at any time. This committee is composed of: Wynelte Daniels, Ruby Cain, Mariedna Swain, Bonnie Cook. L. V. Bolin, Jean Diane, Wllodean Keener and Betty Jane Perkins. ; One of the hardest working committees of the entire outfit is composed of David Hudson and Richard Swain. They are the score find time keepers. : In the first game yesterday morning the u>ne Oak' B boys won over Aimorel by a forfeit arrangement. Gene Harris, forward of ton* Oak, made the two points to mate it a legal victory. In a pleasing victory for Gosnell then- B Rirls defeated the Black- .Tvnter girls by a score of 20 to 8, Statistics were: , Gosnell Ing 11 points to lead the scoring. 1 Their players were as follows: Blackwater's tesin was weakened I'awheen slightly by some of their players being careless and falling lo turn In their 4-H Club project record books on their 1945 club work. None of the club members arc eligible lo piny In the tournament nnles their had previously submitted a. record book for the 1945 year. Their game statistics were: Number Nine Jr. Scrlbner Bill Northcutl Bill Scribner Max Johnson Max Barrcntinc Scrluner Pos. F F G a a c. Pis. 2 i ii 10 Biackwatcr Pos. Pts. L. Mover B. Easley J. Alexander W. Williams B. Deason B. Pierce Gasnell's B boys defeated Paw- hecn 23 to a. Harold Ward of Gosnell led the scoring with 15 points. Their game was as follows: P 1' C Ci G G Pawheen Sylvln McGlown Ben Methcny Wax Gulp Marlin Hatcher John Wells J. W. Mny Gerald May Wayne Pcrcw Jr. Bishop fjosucll James Blaylock Harold Ward ! arl Ledbctter Hen Infrram Buddy Donner David West David Blaylock Davrcll Carter The Yarbro and Pos Pts. F C O G F F G G Pos F F C G G G G G Box Elder Sylvln McGlown Ben Methcny Max Gulp Marlin Huichor John Wells J. W. May Wnyne Perew Gerald Mny Jr. Bislun) liov Killer Clifton Clalyean Chas. Elhcrkijse Franklin Smith I-. C. irnyyooil Chas. Garner Carl Rhodes Kennrlh Westmorland Pos. F F C Ci O G G Ci Po.s. I'' I- 1 CJ Ci G G V G i B. Ueason [W. Blake I'ls. 111. Pierce a Clear ' Lake ! Paul M'cDnntcl I liUrjy LunsforU Max Gurley Jr. James Gerald Bailey Darren DIckcison Sterling Goidan I't.s. Ci G C F P C G G G G 10 PU. 1 Dale Cole Spectators were given no rest ns the liox Elder A Kills defeated Lost cnnc In the very last minute of the game 23 lo 21. Their store was repeatedly lied. AH forwards on bolh loams paiilcipalcd rather evenly in the .scoring. All girls played very well and two of (he finest guards ever seen on the Gosnplt court appeared in fs'ola Manners; of Box E!d.cr and Vir- In another most exciting game tile Number Nine B girls defeated lx>st Cane In the last, minutes of the game 15 to 12. Bonnie Ilrady of Lost Cane continued to lead her team's scoring attack with 1 points. Fronia iratley of Number Nine was the high scorer in this game with 8 points. Their game statistics were: I.ost Cane Uonnie Brady Frfdla Fincher June Vecich Elsie- Stanfili Uila Estc.s Joyce Lutes Mary Smith Number G G Ci G D. Benn D. Whittle Fronia iiatlcy M. Ramsey E. Knight G. llardesty I,. Htitlcy A. Flarrcntlnc iiuferec no!) was quoted as saying that so this hns been the most outstanding 4-H Tournament he had .seen Pos. Pts. enthusiasm is unusual, the sportsmanship hus never been belter, leaders point out. The tournament continues through ludny, Saturday and Saturday night. Alabama, Tennessee Called 'Breathers' MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Mar, 15. (UPl —Alabama and Tennessee may be powerhouses in the Southeastern Conference, Ijnl they fail to awe Denny Myers, Boston College coach. Reminded Ujat Boston College will meel Ijolh the Crimson Tide and the Volunteers next Fall, Myers replied: "Sure we are going to piny them, but only as breathers before mcet- Pts. 4 Nine Pos. F F :i F 8 G G G G G Henderson of Dell ing Holy Cross." Oversupply of Dears MILO. Me. <UP> —There is one tliiiiB that Maine is definite not bare? of—bears. Citizens are having little difficulty collecting the $10 state bounty offered for each bear killed. Nine were shot recently near a lumber camp at Ray Town, several have been run over by motor- Is us on tlic highway near Patten, und four were shot from an apple tree by Hadley Knccland of Lincoln. Tests made uy U.S.D.A. workers at Mcnard. Tex., laboratories irtdi- cnlc the possibility of developing a dip containing DDT for the control of the sheep tick in a single dipping. fiiniu Kvans of Ixi.sl Cane. Tlic Betty Springer Jovcc Canamore Ruby White Sissic Lucius Sylvia Moody Betty Price Jack Blankenship Delores Donner Georgia Swain Ma4ge Downing Blackwaler June Waddell Oveade Flagg Louise Whitney Betty Flagg Greta Gardner Ev» Phillips •J. Briggins KaQiryn Alexander Pos. Pts. P P F F F G G G G G Pos. P P F P G G G G Pis. boys played an unofficial game, Yarbro winning 30 to 23. The official .score for Mils panic Is 2 lo 0 in favor ot Box Elder since Ynr- bro could not get nil of their eligible players together. The Gosnell B girls collected a forfeit from Shady Grove, 2 to 0. Little red haired Sylvia Moody made the two points for the official score. '• The Recce B boys also collected a forfeit from Srady Grove. 2 lo 0. ns the Shady Grove teiim failed to appear. In one of the best A boys games of the tournament, a vorv fancy Lost Cane lenm defeated Lone Oak 51 to 28. O. A. Allen of Lost Cane hit the basket for 23 points and A. Boles of Lone Oak led his team's scoring attack with 18 points. Observers predict I,ost Cnne to be among the winners. Stalls- lies on tlic game were: I.one Oak statistics on their follows. Lost Cane Nndlne Atkinson Sue Vii.xtbliKler Wai-one BOTCH Tlico Veach Madilene nluiland Thelma Statler Jewel Ixirrcn Virginia E\'ans l!<i\ Klilcr Wanda Cnl[> Betty Willyard Louise Richardson Dorothy nnrk Noln Hanncrs Kathleen Westmorland nanu were us Pos. F F F I' 1 P O G c: Pos. F !•' F c; Ci c; G New Theater 1 Manila's Finest Saturday & Sunday, Mai. 1 o'clock Sunday & Tuesday NifhU, 5;}* o'clock All ether nights, 8 o'clock I'ts. 8 3 n Davlson Tlic Hiiiekwtitcr B boys swamped tlie Clciir Uike boys by a score of 23 to 1 in ii consolation gumc. Tlielr game was as follows: IStai'kuatcr J. Simmons D. Morris A. Boles J. Storey K. Storey C. Brittaln Pos. G O C F C, G Pts. 1 1 18 Lost Cane In a very hard fought game the Promised Land B girls defeated Pawheen 12 to 3. June Little anc Ann Needham of Promised Land continue to be good point makers us they made 7 and 5 points respectively in this game. The Pawheen girls were most determined until the very last but were not able to score on the very fine guarding of the Promised Land eirls. Their players were: Pos. Pts F P O. A. Allen Jimmie Bauglier Willis stiitts Jim Atkinson John Atkinson Doyle Brady Bob Crcsnp Bill Mac Lane Tlie Pawheen nnri Box Elder B boys kept the audience in a continuous uproar. Pawheen winning in the final minutes 12 to 10. -.. Joyce Parsley •Mcltha Byrd •'Mars' Johnson Dorothy Adams Wanda Haughn Melba Brooks Margaret Brock Bobby Byrd Livic Giles Pos. F F F P G G G G G P C G G G G Moyer I. Knsley J. Aiexander Pos. F I- 1 C DANCE Saturday Night 9:00 til 1:00 o'clock In the air-conditioned BLUE ROOM of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 60c Inel. Tax. Checkroom Available LADIES ADMITTED ONLY WITH ESCORT Promised Land Pos Pts. June Little F ^ -Ann Nccdham F 5 Kitty Plunkett F , Charlcne Cameron F Topsy Rittcnbcrry F. Charlenc Tarl F .Ann Allrcd G Nell Ashby <3 Betty Cameron G Paula Ashby G Polly Fowler G In another forfeit of the morn- inc the Box Elder B girls were winners over the Armorcl girls. , Score 2 to 0. A very determined group ol Number Nine B boys defeated the Blackwater boys by a score of 25 to 10. The scribncr boys from Number Nine continue to he conspicuous with Bill, Schribncr mak- ROSE BUD COFFEE It's men wilh Uic know how working with modern ci|iiipmcnt (hill m ake you Rcl more working hours mil of H week anil more value otil of your repair dollar. Uc- garilless of (he make or model tractor I'iiul Uryinu 1m- plcmcnl Company lias (lie men and equipment lo lake care of vour service needs. Get a Complete Check-up NOW! Remember a Stitch In Time Saves Nine. Take Your Repair Problems To.... PAUL BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. YOUR ALLIS-CHALMERS Dealer 122 East Main Str««t, Blyth.yillc, Ark. Man, Oh Man! 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Friday and Saturday THE OLD TEXAS TRAIL' ivilli It ort Cameron and "Fuz/y" Knight "ALLERGIC to LOVE" with Noah Beery Jr. and Martha O'Driscoll Serial: "Jungle Queen" Cliapt. 10 Also Cartoon Owl Show 11:30 p. in. "Double Indemnity" with Fred McMurray and Barbara S-'lanwyck Serial: "Haunted Harbor" Cliapf. 2 Alsn Short Sunday and Monday "It Ain't Hay" with Bud AlrtiuU unil Lou Coslcllo Alsn News uml Short RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Open at 6:00, Show Starts at 6:1&, Friday and Saturday "Arizona Whirlwind" with Bob Stecle, Ken Maynurd and Hoot Gibson Shnrl: "Bugs Gets Bold" 4th Chapter of "Masked Marvel" Sunday and Monday "ALONG CAME JONES" with Gary Cnnpcr and Lornlla Younp Battling Bass :mcl HKO News OPEN 6:15; STARTS 7 p. m Friday and Saturday 'Springtime in Texas' .limmy Wakely Dennis Moore, Serial: "Thr Maslcr Key" Also Sliorls MIDNIGHT SHOW Htnrls 11 p. TO. 'Gangs of the Water Front 7 \vilh Uobi-rl Stephanie Also til Sunday and Monday Continuous Show Sunday 'Mildred Pierce' with .Toan Crawford Jack ('arson, 7,ndiar.v Scotl I'aramount News Also Sliorls

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