The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1946 · Page 10
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PACK K1GHT HI.-YT11EVILLH (AUK.) COUU1UK NEWS FUinAY, JJAKCII 22, Chicks Plan Game Scrimmage Tomorrow Godwin Divides Squad For Tilt Football Candidates To End First Week's . Training Session poach Bill Godwin will gel a tetter. line on his material tomorrow afternoon when lie sends the Chicles through a game scrimmage ysilon. ending the first week of spring-traning. The scrimmage will be held at H»ley Field, beginning nt 2:30 o'clock, and It's a safe bel that a great many Chick followers will V?tch from the sidelines as the 32 youngsters wind up their first week of trailing under their new cqach and his helpers, "Nig" By- hum and "Pop" Moslcy. •The squad has been divided up as evenly as possible with one team to be known as the "whites" ai)d the other as the "Maroons." Chick coaches sepnt the sqund through another hard workout ytsterday afternoon, during which tijrie a considerable part of the session was devoted to punting Rj&ys with the Chick kickers get- t4pg a lone siege of booting under scrimmage conditions. Two tackle cjindidates showed up particularly i^rll, Eugene Kern per and Billy Bracey slashing in on the kickers ijth aggressiveness that, must have pfeased the coaches. Be.sharse and K£ontz also are coining along nicely and are picking up the knack of tackle play as expound- fif by Mr. Bynum, himself ono of Jte best In the business during ills faying career ai Arkansas. :J - In fact, the former Rawrback stjir, has given all the tackles and tjjards a new spirit, sideline observers were remarking Wednesday that Billy Wixon, half-pint guard candidate, needed only a little ijipre weight'and experience to win j'staring assignment. He is completing with Billy Bob Elliott, Rpolin, Stinson and several other likely, looking boys for a guard Legion Will Back Junior Baseball Club A baseball team will be sponsored again this year by Dud Cason Post, American Legion, it was announced at a business meeting Tuesday night at The Hut. James Terrell and Marshall Blackard will be in charge, of the team arid its organization. Plans for the schedule have not' been' completed but training will begin about April 1. In the past, the local team has been successful and this year the sponsors are going "all out" for a team better than ever before. Boys arc eligible to play who did not reacli their nth birthday after Jan. 1, 19W. The local post donated 550 m the Red Cross Campaign Fund drive. It was announced that Uud Cason post has received a certificate of merit for its co-operation during the war emergency from J. Edgai Hoover, director of the FBI. Meeting time lias been changed from 7:30 o'clock to R o'clock, it was announced by Commander J M. Cleveland. New members are Samuel Bowen Bill Banister. Paul Lipford. Jesse L Burns, Luther Money. James E, Thompson, Curlls McDcrmott, Archie L. Frazier, Charles K Franks, Hermon Burton, Robert Jones, J. w. Woodson and Ray Simmons. • Tomorrow's affray will see two ^ell-balanced backfields in action, $#e a quartet of older and more experienced players composed of pan Caldwell, Freeman Jernigan, OJven Harrison and Berry Allen. On ^e other side of the scrimmage line ijjll be Godwin's "pony backs," Jack Elliott, Harold Traylor, Billy Wayne $icFarland and R. C. Allen. •Starting lineups were announced ttfday by Coach Godwin who said other squad members woulti be used ai" replacements. The starters are: ° MAROONS . ...L.E .Stafford L.T Beshnrse L.D Wixon C Blorneyer R.G Stinson Tweet Thing Joe Bauman Hits Three Home Runs First Sackcr Helps Travelers Turn Back Collegians, 15 to 2 Ity Uiilkil Press T'irst ba.scmnn Joe Rniminn wus the toast of the Little Hock basketball squad Friday. The hcavy-hltllng Initial .socket slummed three home runs Thursday to licl|> the Travelers dowr Arkansas State Touchers College in Conwny 15 to 2, Manager Willis Hudlin's Little Hock loam Is enroutc to Keeslei Field, Ml.ss., for games Suiula with an Army tcatn. Atlanta meets tile Green Cove Naval Air Station Friday in a game al the Gainesville, Fin., baum and Forrest Thompson have bautn and Forrc.st Tlioin]).sln have been nominnted for hurling chores by Pilot Kiki Cuylcr. AtliuUu took a 9 to 4 exhibition win from the University of Florida Thursday. The Southern As.soclntiou clubs found ronch going with American Association clubs Thursday. In Bay St. Louis, the Birmingham Barons were nipped, 12 lo 5 jy /Jekc IJomira's Minneapolis Millers. Chutlanooga bowed to St. Paul, 5 to 0 in Cocoa. Pla. Two lew Cubans. Jose Znrdon and catcher Hogcllrc Vnlclcs had joined Hie Chattanooga squad Friday. In Mncon, Ga., Larry Gilbert was trying to pick a second string catcher for Nashville. The Vol first team backstop will come from the Chicago Cubs, but. Al (Rube) Walker and Ted (Porky) Pawelek arc waging a hot fight for the lumber" iwo spot. Mobile manager Al Todd was still worrying about the infield y of the Bears. In recent Intra- clul> jiaines. inlscues have been cosliiiB llic Mobile club many ex- putouts. Sam Calderone, Brooklyn I>)d8ers catcher had Joined the squad in Mobile today. It was unecrlnin whether he would he with the Hears permanently as he was sent to Mobile mainly bccuusi of crowded conditions at the Jlrooklyn Daytona Beach, Fla., camp. , With tile appearance of two lalc- arrivlnfi veterans In New Orleans, the Pels can now put an all-veteran team on Ihe field. They were outfielder Juan Sanchez and in- ficlder Woodrow Pair. Fair Is a veteran and Sanchez has been playing baseball all .winter In his home in Puerto Rico. Walter Stockwell was slightly up on Mcrv Conncrs frlday In the hot battle for the Memphis first base post. Stockwell collected hree doubles in Thursday's game 'hich Memphis took from Shrevc- wrt, 6 to 5, at the Chick Hcnder- 011, Tex., training base. Shanks jumper . EJliott B. v Faster . . Ctoolin . . Kpontz . Hpod . .. Caldwell . Jprnigan . Harrison . B. 'Allen . ..R.T. ..R.E. ..Q.D. ..L.H. ..R.H. Bracey Doss ...J. Elliott ... ..Trayloi ..McFarland .R. C. Allei When only six months old, Earl Zabcl of Milwaukee, Wis., learned to whistle and now, at 10 months, he's quite an expert, twittering sway" by the hour. Most boys don't learn to whistle until they're four or five years old, most girls—never. ittntial FARM LOANS / Low Interwt / Long Twin •J Fair AppimUal J Prompt S*rrio» RAY WORTHINGTON Serving This Section for 21 Years 115 So. 3rd, Blythevllle, Ark. Tun« in rrudcntiul Program Sunday a) 4 p.m. over WKKC WARNING ORDER If ,the Chancery Court, Chicka Csawba District^. Mississippi County, Arkansas. Predericic R. Meyer Plainlift, vs. No. 9518 gernice E. Meyer Defendant. The defendant Bernicc E. Meyer i§ hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In ^e caption hereof and answer the pgmplaint of the plaintiff Frederick B: Meyer. " 'Dated this 20 day of March. 1946. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. Ifolland <5c Taylor Attys. for Plf. 3'22-2Q-415-12 How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomuldon relieves promptly because It goes right to the «*t of the trouble to help loosen and exp«l •m laden phlegm, and aid nature nothe and heal raw, tender, lamed bronchial mucous mem- ujes. Tell your druggist to sell you bottle of Creomulston with the an- ntanding you must like the way it ifkly allays the cough or you are ^have your money back. CREOMULSION fwCowfo, Chest CoMj.Bronchitij Approved Avery Sales and Service. Let us repair and service your Avery equip- men. FOR SALE Funk's G Hybrid Seed Corn Cotton Hoes Cultivator Sweeps OWENS TRACTOR CO. A. C. OWENS, Owner & Mgr. 112 N. Franklin Phone 3617 COAL E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. "Kidney Trouble It REAL Trouble" remarked a customer, "but it troubles me less .as I drink the soothing Mountain Valloy Mineral Water from Hot Springs, Ark." Let us send a case to you today 1 FOUNTAIN MINERAL VALLEY WATER Aik. ',' CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Listen To International Harvesters 'HARVEST OF STARS Howard Barlow nud the 70-plecc International Hnvvrstor on-hcslra and the Lyn Mnrray chorus will play the familiar music thai Stephen Foster left to the people as an enduring heritage. You will want to hear this great orchestra and the assisting personnel in such popular melodies as "Camptown Races," "Oh suzanna," "Some Folk^ Do,'.' and "Old Kentucky Home." The guesl star next Sunday will be Lanny Ross who will sing two of Ihe bcsUknovn Foslcr melodies, "Ben\Uifv\l Dreamer" and "1 Dream of Jeannlc With the Light Brown Hair." Raymond Masscy, narrator and master of ceremonies, and n dramatic cast will play several scenes from Uic composer's life in a narrative called "A vignette from the life of Stephen Foster." The commercial on the program will cover Harvester's special development of machines for Ihe Smith, and southern listeners will be especially interested in Mr. Massey's references lo cotton, the South's largest source of incom, and his tribute to the constructive work of the National Cotton Council. N.0.C. NETWORK Every Sunday 3 P.M. DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blytheville, Ark. International Harvester Distributors to the RED CROSS Goldcrest@BEER TFNNESSM BREAINC -QMCANT MEMPHIS Fl Read Courier News Want Ads. Mercator projection maps were he invention of Gerhard Kremcr nalhematiclan and cartographer f Flanders. Mercator was his Latin name. 0 ten for Business! TAYLOR fou r*t qiunltt/ too Ln MciGilnP, 'moleum Jtllr. A medicine clie.it •must". Alia hcaiing — (OOthlii to minor burnt- •uli, Highest qualltj. YeL •SAND AND GRAVEL CO. Specializing in River-Washed Sand and Gravel Plant and Office Located On River at North End of Bushy Avc. CARUTHERSVILLE, MO. 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Men's White Shirts for Sport or Dress Wear $395 Sunday and Monday "Leave Her to Heaven" with Gene Tiernev and Cornel Wilde NEWS AM) COMEDY CHICK THEATRE 'Where Happiness Costs So Little" Week Days: BUrta »t 7 p. m. , Friday and Saturday "Bullets for Bandits" with "Wild Bill" Elliott and Tex Ritler "Ever Since Venus" with Hugh Herbert and Glcntla Farrell Serial: "Jungle Que*n" Chapt. 11 Also Short Men's Plaid Sport Shirts . . . Styled by MrGRKtiOK! They've Got What It Takes:— • Styled by McGREGOR! • Of White Combed Oxford Cloth! • Carefully Detailed! • Long Pointed two-way collars that Fit a Man's Neck Perfectly! • Two Breast Pockets! • A Jaunty Carefree Air! j A word lo you wives: We want .you to know thai the fine fiihric in these shirts is absolutely washable. Throw it in your machine, iron it in a jiffy. And they're good looking for dress or sports wear, (oo! . . . All sizes for early shoppers Gabardine Sports Shirts . . . Saturday Owl Show "PEARL of DEATH" Kitii Basil Kalhbone and Evel.vn Ankers Sunday and Monday 'Salute to the Marines" (In Technicolor) with Wallace Beery Also News and Shorts RITZ THEATRE'* Manila, Ark. Open at 6:00, Show Start* at 6:191 $15.00 $10.00 The man who prefers color will enjoy wearing lhe.se smart plaids. They're typical outdoors . . . smart looking . . . and Real QUALITY! Two-way collars, loo. Smart, open, or cloned wilh a tie. Wes, We Hove TIES! . . . and Modestly Priced, too— $1.00 to $5.00 No clouM about it! The greatest selection of Spring Ties in the city . . . and every one in good l;isl c . . . There's a pattern to suit every taste . , . at a price to suit every budget. Men, they're tops for Quality and Looks. Choice of three colors—Gray, tan and yellow . . . and carefully tailored. Ail si/.cs. Anrl perfect-fitting two-way collars . . . wear them open, or with a tic! Friday and Saturday "DRIFTING ALONG" with Johnny Mack Brown, Lynne Carver, Raymond Ilalton, Douglas Fowley anil Smith Ballew Carloon: "Sopher Soafy" and Odd News 5lh Chapl. "Masked Manrel" Sunday and Monday "HOLD THAT BLONDE" with Ertrtie Bratken, Veronica Lake, Albert Dckkcr and Willie Befit CARTOON: "Snap Happy Lulu" and RKO NEWS SHOP MEAD'S FIRST! 322 MAIN STRUT OPEN 6:45; STARTS 7 p. m Friday and Saturday. The Big Bonanza' Richard Aricn & Robert Urjngston Serial: "The Master Key" Also Shorts Saturday ; i* Midnight Show ^ Starts 11 P. M. 'Born for Trouble' Van Johnson, Fayc Emcrsou Also Shorts Sunday and Monday Continuous Showing Sunday Only 'Bring On the . Girls' (In Technicolor) Veronica Lake, Sonny Tufts, . Eddie Bracken Paramount News Also Shorts

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