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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 30, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLE .(AllK.), fiOUU.lER NEWS SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 30, ParKiii Hands Blytheville 14-7 Defeat mart Provides MTouchdown | -45-Yard Penalty Puts |> Parkin In Position : For Winning Drive ' The Parkin, Tigers handed the Blythevllle Chlckasaws their second successive reverse of the 1944 football season by racking ii)) a. hard, , stubbornly fought 14-7 victory here last night before n disappointing crowd./ .•' ... ;' / Climaxing a powerful fourth quar- ter.Offensive that covered 90 yards, aided by ft 45-yard penalty against the Chicks for slugging, the Bengals ; broke a 7-7 tie with n touchdown and then converted for (he exlin nigh 0. point for the necessary seven points ' /Despite the licking, the Chicks ; showed decided Improvement over ; last week when they bowed to the : Caruthersvillc (Mo.) Tigers, 10-0, In the season opener. Showing a decidedly better spirit and drive, they put' up stubborn resistance nnd made the visiting Bengals earn every yard they gained. Their blocking and tackling, noticeably weak in tin first game, were imich sharper nut effective; the selection of plays and general team play much better. Chicks Suffer Break But for an unfortunate Incident the tribe may have earned at least a tie, and victory was not loo remote for the Imagination. After taking advantage of a break to score their touchdown nt the start of the second half, the homelings forced the Tigers to get rid of the ball via the punt, sifter ihc klckoft, then started another prospective touchdown drive. Opening up with nn elective spread' formation they moved the oval down to the 10-yard liiie. But Jim Smart failed to make first down by mere inches and the Tigers, took over. Two line plnys netted only one, when J. L. Johnson was judged guilty of slugging. The Chicks not only lost the services of the tail end who hud turned in a creditable game, but hall the distance of, the field. Encouraged by the big boost from the very shadows of their goal posts to BlythevIHe territory, Parkin launched the winning touchslowr drive n few moments later, niter an exchange of punts, and,then nailed down the triumph with the comer- Football Scores !!.» Dulled I'rcss Little Hock, F'lne Blufl and Hot Springs emerged with victories in Arkansas High School conference ,ames last night. And In another conference game, El Dorado and Hope wound up In n C-0 stalemate. Little Rock trounced Jonesboro 39-0; Pine Bluff ran over Pordyco 14-0, and Hot Springs was pressed to down Benton 20-0. Other high school scores Include: Ashdown !3, DcQuccn 0. CamdMi 18, Magnolia 0. Dfciks 35, Alalvern 0. Marlanna 21, Holly Grove 0. Van Burcn 35, Bcntonvlllc C. Paragould 19, Piggolt 13. Bauxite 53. England 0. McGehce 13, Dennott 7. Paris 40, Boonevlllc 0. Forrest City 20, Helena 12. Scarey 20, Lltllr: Rock Catholic nussellvlllc 33, Mansfield 0. Warren 14, Batcsvllle 7. Lekc Village 0, Dumas 0. North Little Rock 13, Texarkaim slon. Grey Tigers Have Edge Koonce On the. basis of sheer statistics, Rnlcll'fl the visitors were entitled to the Irl- Johnson ujgph. They registered 11 first downs D. Sylvester (u) QB, tiTsoven for, the locals, and rolled smart 1,11 up 158 yards to 79 by rushing. Only Nicholson . ....'.'RH But on (he first piny Brenner Intercepted Smart's hciivc intended for John IJrucc Wilson. The half ended n minute or so Inter. J.udy Luck Smiles Sim-ling Ihe second half Lady Luck turned her smile In the riircc- Uon of the Chicknsnws nnd It was n generous one. On the kicked Woods fumbled as ho Attempted .ft .hulllc pass from Jenkins nnd Nicholson recovered for Blyllicvlllc on the Parkin 26. Nicholson lost live ns 10 tried lo skirl left end. Smurt stepped back nnd tired u short puss o Johnson who raced to the 19. Smart punched to the 16 nnd first town. Nicholson on n culback picked up seven. Poguc rammed center, fumbled but recovered lor two yards. Smart, sliced to Ihe three nnd another first down. He crncked the same si»t and went over. Poguo tied the thing up tighter than the rallcn board \vlth a plunge. David Sylvester, who with Stnu Hood did a grand Job of quartcr- backlng, took Jenkins 1 mint on his 40 and the Chicks were off ngiiln on Ihc ill-ending drive Ihut wciniul lip with the subsequent Parkin touchdown. The lineups and summary; Blytheville (7) Pos. Parkin (14) Tigers; Browns Maintain Pace Rivals In Flag Chase Wind Up In Tie For Lead As Both Win !iy United Press The St. Louis uroviia mid the Detroit Tigers Iratuen u out with two other American League teams and ended up In a two-day tie for league leadership. Detroit, stalled out lo keep the driving pace they have net tor themselves ()y downing Uie Washington Senators In Hie first game of their doiibleiieader. But the Nats came back in a vengeful mood to lake the second 0 to 2. Rule Gentry went the route for Detroit in the first game and was creillled with the win. Dlzy/y Trout, Jake Mooty, Boom Beck, and Heb Eaton nil had » hand In the hurl- Ing of the second game but failed to halt the Nat tide. At St. Louis Jack Kramer pitched his 13lh victory of the season while yielding eight scattered hits to the New Yorkers in the opener. 'Hie second game turned Into n pitching duel between Ncls Potter and Hank Borowy. ISorowy pitched two- hit ball while I'otter'ylclded six — but one lone run by Don Gutlei itlgc decided the game for SI. Louis. The Philadelphia Athletics ami the Cleveland Indians tangled h Roberts, Kneilsen, Allen And Bennett Booked For Tag Match' "Hough Ued" Roberts, uce mnl rneanle and tops with local ling fans In that category, returns to the American legion arena Monday night as one of the principals of Promoter Mike Mcroney'Ji weekly wrestling show. Roberta, who has Ijcen thrilling the customers down along the coast for the last several weeks, has been xioked with "Stocky" Kneilsen to pposc "Gouging George" Bennett iml Roy (Kgghcnd) Allen, the klck- ng star, in another all-star tag natch that promises to rival any vhlch has ever been staged here wfore In sheer roughness and excitement. In fact, the promoter stated that ndlciillons point to someone nclunl- .y may gel hurl In tills frce-for-nll scrap. He based his prediction on ,hc fact that Roberts and Bonnet' arc both on the card, arid thai means double trouble. That they Ferguson Blomcyer . Stafford tc) .LT.. .LO.. .C... .RT.. ...RE.. in yards gained by air did the Chicks excel..They completed three of 12 tries for. 51 yards, but had three intercepted Parkin tried two, completed one but that was tor the winning touchdown. "Gerald Woods, an elusive halfback, and Fullback Charles Jenkins were the Parkin 1 offensive stars. Woods carried the ball 15 times for a net 61 yards, and counted both extra poins. Jenkins scored one ot the * two touchdowns nnd Imd n net 48 . In 14 attempts. However, the big noise was Big Hal Stancll who paved the way with his huge 200 pounds as he led the offense at blocking back. John Brenner, n substitute, blossomed'out In the clutch, taking the winning touchdown pnss nnd turning in a great game. He intercepted three passes and gained 17 •yards at rushing, 14 during the final Surge. ; Smart Leads Chicks ' For the Chicks, Smart was the most consistent ground gnlner. He .lugged the leather 10 times for a net 52 gain and scored their toftch- down. Prank Nicholson was second with 30 in eight. Jlmmlc Stafford, Gerald Blomeyer and Harvey Pogue were .powerful on defense. Late In the first quarter the Tigers received their first break and took advantage of it to get out in front with a score. Brenner took Smart's quick kick on the Chick 43 and was Immediately downed in his tracks. Then the Bengals swung into action.. Woods, Jenkins nnd Stnncll worked the ball down to the 31 in three cracks at the line. Woods shoveled to Jenkins for a first on the Chick 18. Jenkins was held at the middle. Woods picked up four. Brenner took Stancll's lateral for no gain, but Jenkins skipped nround left end for a touchdown. Woods converted on a lateral from Stand! Unleashing an open attack, the .tribe roared back with a coupie of neat passes nnd some nifty stepping by Nicholson and moved down to the Parkin 10-yard line, only to lose the ball and the .fine chance to score on a fumble which Parkin recovered. Just moments later Pogue Pogue Ffl. Shaver Blnkc Huston Nix St. Clalr Hitc Hanncr H. Stancil (c) ...... . Woods i . Jumper . Jenkins a double bill at Cleveland that ended with the Athletics Inking the opener 4 to 2, and the second tielns, called by darkness. 'Ihc tribe scored one lone tall; In tile second game while the Athletics did likewise to tic the scori when the game was called. In n len-lnnliig night (,'iimc nil Chicago Ihc White Sox shaded the Boston Red Sox •! to 3 on the four- hit pitching of Thornton Lee. Clem Drclscwcrd pitched five-hit ball, but took his fourth loss In six slarts. In the National League I he St. Louis Cardinals dropiwd n close one to the New York Giants 3 lo 2, The Giant victory ended (heir losing strcnk at four. The Boston Braves trounced the Chicago Cubs 5 to 1 In n single game at Boslon, while In Philadelphia Die Phillies shut out the Pittsburgh Pirates 3 to 0 on the hurling of Ken Rnffeiisberger. •ire to oppose each other in the team affairs gives further rise lo the belief that something might happen. Houcrls Is ItuiiBh This fellow Roberta undoubtedly is one of the ring's most versatile villains. He ran cook up more ways and means lo hurl the opponcn than nny one man who has ever ap pcarcd here. To add lo his ring diif flncss, "Heel" Is u crackcrjack wres Her anil one of the strongest me: In the business. lie Is tough, rougl nnd nigged, n combination th« brings successes in that profcssloi In Bennett he will draw nn onpo nent who can match him blow fo blow, stunt tor stunt; one who ca dish It out nnd take it with cinial ability; n skilled grappler who takes special delight In hurting his foes, o say nothing ot the referees. That neans double trouble for Referee Star - , , T n Sold To Browns ., I Pete Gray of Chicks Becomes Big-Leaguer; Voted Most Vafuabte MEMPHIS. Sept. 30 (UP)-Pet(i feroiiey for Roberts Is one of the vlldesl bailers in the nation. He is list us liable to start whacking iwuy at the referee n:; he is the man n trout of him. So, Meroney must love bolb eyes wide ojwn to keep hem trained on Ihese two gliinls. IScmicll Loses- Eye It Is said along caulllluwcr row Hat Hcnnclt was one ot the clear.- Gray, one-armed Memphis Chick >st wrestlers in Ihc game when he st «r wnose Sfl l« to llle st ' IjOUl|i irst slarted. And for several years 1)1 '< IW » S , »«« !><*" announced, p ic would rely on his skill and ill)01lt tllc '» ost remarkable rookie strength to bring victories. But dur- ;cm to !llt llie ng a match one nltjlil lie wns goui--! Chosen by sporis writers ns the ed In the eye uml lost the slulit in Southern Association's most vul- the optic. That, wns the turning unlilc player for the year 1044, the point In his career. From then on 27-year-old outfielder litimmcrec lie started slamming and kicking «"t 101 hits in 129 games for a .333 ;ind gouging nnd Ijltlnii—and jiimi>-; balling average, ing on the referees, Ills pet trick is 1 H ' s " lts totaled 221 bases nnd in- stripping them of their pants. Rob- i cllld «' 21 doubles, jilnc triples and crts is no novice at that stunt, either. Knellseji put on one of Ihe finest exhibitions of his many long years here last week (luring the vicious tag match. Teamed with Welch he played no small part in llic defeat , „.. ot Eddie Malonc and Joe Esles. He five home runs. He batted in 6C runs and was largely responsible for Memphis winning the first hal of the Southern Assoctnlton's spll season. Gray, who is as fleet as a hare showed unusual speed and power and waded into big Malonc as if he were his sl^o. Allen Features Kick Allen, with his dangerous kanga- socialion record set by Kiki C'uyle for Nashville. For the one-handed star the jum] from the Canadian - America League to the majors in three year is fi rags to riches tale of a fello 1 roo kicks, is also a tremendous fa- whasc Career seemed doomed bcfor vorlle here nnd always gives a good account ot himself. lie is the only wrestler to defefit the strong f/hris Uclkas in a three-fall mutch, which is a tribute to his skill and courage. The Individual matches, 30 minutes each with n single fall, likely will add much to the promising curd. Roberts takes on Allen in one, More than half of Smitheri, Ifo'rnla's 57,500 carload crop i Icncla oranges remained to In vested after Aug. 0, accord! the Orange Administrative mittec. Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Jelrolt 8V 05 .572 St. Louts 87 C5 .572 'Jew York ............ 83 Boston ikveland ihlcago 15 72 70 69 03 Wilmington NATIONAL W St. Louis 104 BO ?ii)clnnatl Chicago .... New York . Host on . Brooklyn , . Philadelphia, 89 74 GO 02 til CO .547! .497' .477 .403 .457 .414 Pel. .081 .596 .506 .490 .434 .411 .401 .'391 Substitutes: (Blytheville)—Lutes, Wilson, T. Sylvcslcr, Ijood.'Parkin —Tuomns, Brenner. Scoring: touchdowns (Blylhcvllle) —Smart plunge). Parkin— Jenkins came a dime a dozen, good, big, fnst toys who could run, nnd block and tackle. So, Henry his 130 pounds had to be content with playing sec- while Kneilsen and Dennett collide In the other. Starting time is 8:30. Jumper) (pass from Woods). Extra' points—(Blytheville) Pogue (plunge). Parkin—Woods (2) (scrimmage) First downs —Parkin 11, Blythe- vlllc 7. Yards gained by rushing (net)— Parkin 158, Blylhcville '10. Yards gained by passing—Blytheville 51 on completed passes out of 12 attempted, three Intercepted. Pnrkin C on one completion out of two attempted (one incomplete nullified by penally). Penalties: Blytheville 05 yards on 5; Parkin 50 on 4. Cecil Garrison Memphis), referee; Lieut. Allen Hurley down), umpire; Capt. Cecil Slgman (Lc- nolr Rhync), head iincsmau; Lieut. Alfred Kling (Springfield), field judge. Officials—Lieut. (Southwestern of DOPE BUCKET J. P. FRIEND GET PLEASANT SUKPKISE The name "Henry Muery" didn't make many, if nuy, headlines in the press during those glorious Blylhe- ville Chick football heydays under Coaches Cnrney Laslie nnd Joseph L. Dildy when Hie locals were cutting a cute figure In the Arkansas prep school grid races. Unfortunately for him, he came along nt a time when beef was ond fiddle wilh these glanls. Bu ! Oils relegated piucc did not p the Ind. He was n determined youngster. He wanted to play foolball Nalurnlly, he would liked lo hnvu been on the first team. But since 'he didn't make the physical equipment, lo compete with those who i were blessed with it, he inmle the best with what he had. The tribe has been graced with many good substitutes; boys who nrc the unsung heroes of Ihis great American sport, They are Ihe boys who rcnlly deserve Ihc glowing headlines Hint bin™ the newspapere following Ihc games. For Ihey make those stars. They nrc the ones who help shnrpen'the skills, smooth oil Ihc rough spots, and loughen them lor the gruelling competition on' Friday nights or Saturday nller-' noons, nnd get Illtle more than satisfaction of a job well done. HAS MY NOMINATION i In my book tills boy Henry Muery gels the nomination ns the "nil-stale scrub" from the locnl school. He was Ihc lop scrub of all scrubs when helping to shape up the Chicks. For four ycnrs he wns a cnnrilrinie for a halfback position. During those four seasons It Is doubtful If he missed a half dozen practice sessions. He was always the first on hand nnd usually the last to leave. I have watched him take merciful beatings afternoon on afternoon during scrimmage. Not once did he shirk a tnckle from nn onrushing bnck. Not once did he quit, though he had numerous excuses—too lighl frail, never gelling to play regularly sore muscles, skinned shins, bruised ankles, clc. That kid could—nnd did—tnke it. He wns all "guU." When the war broke cut Hcnrj wns among Ihe first to get into the service. And what branch do yoi lid not have lime for a lengthy discussion, but \ve hope lo get together 'or nn Informal pow-wow in the lour future. Mr. Best did sny lhat lie mot Tech. Scrgt. Gerald Siitlon luring his Iravcls and that the boy was nntlclimllne getting back to the States. Incidentally. Gerald, Charles icvelnnd, nnd I went through Iwot camp about the same time. After leaving we saw litllc ot each oilier, I met Gerjild on one of the Hawaiian Islands my first trip out, and missed Chnrlie by n waiter of days. MAY VISIT "MONK" Through your very delightful "Oope Ducket", I was happy lo inform Mr. Best of Norman "Monk" Mosley's whereabouts. Both of us arc very anxious lo sec Monk, If circumstances so allow. Some of our squadron nrc operating on that Island nnd I am hoping lo get some duty there. While our operations keep lis fnlr- ly busy, sonic of us flnd time for a little fishing and lobster hunting. The olc slory ot Ihc WK one getting nwny Is being circulated about n 10-poniKl lobslcr which refuse.* try l« anight. Eating lobster Is c sidcrcd a delicacy by members of tills squadron. I am a novice at eating lobslcr and refuse to report my reactions. It Is with great Interest that I read your articles, sent lo by my mother, ns I learn the wlicrc- nlxiuts of my old friend.s. I hope to meet some of them us I continue to get nrouud. It would please me ^really lo have a letter from you, as I feel you have all the dope. Youi' friend Henry. Thanks, Henry, an airmail-V-mail already in cnroule with Ihe lowdown on Ihc unng. Best wishes, fella! FOOTISAU- SCORES Oklahoma A. & M. 19, Arkansiib 0. ritUlnirg Teachers 20, Wash- turn 0. Swntlunorc 12, Tenipii; 54. Howard O, A In Poly 32. Georgia 7, Wake Forest M. Maryland 0, Ilampdeti-Sydncy t began. Cray lost his right am n a wreck when he was six, but kept his small-boy detcrmlna- ion to be ;i big-league ball player, ind made it. For the past two years at Mcm- >hls he has won n reputation as one of the fastest fly chasers In the nisincss. Opposing players have ong since jcariicd not to try for in extra base when Gray k handing the ball. Witli one swift motion he calches i ball, losses U in the air while he slams the glove under the nub of his right arm, then lakes It again :>!; il comes clown and gets it av to infield. Pitchers cnn slnm their fanciest curves at him. for he is a line- drive hitler with a powerful wrist left arm. Yesterday's Results AMERICAN LEAGUE SI. Louis 4-1, New Yijrk 1-0. Detroit 5-2, Washington 2-0. Philadelphia 4-1, Cleveland 2-1, sefond, called ninth darkness. Chicago 4. Boston 3. NATIONAL I.KAGUE New York 3 ,Sl. Louis 2. Cincinnati 10, Brooklyn 2. Boston 5, Chicago ). Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 0. Today's Games AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at St. Louis. Washington at Delroil. Philadelphia at Cleveland. Boslon at Chicago. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis at New York. Cincinnati nt Brooklyn. Chicago at'Boston. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. R1TJ THEATRlj Manila, Aif WEEK-DAY NlUJITfi Kox Office Opens 7:15—Show! at 1:'M. \ SATURDAYS & SUNDi Box Office Opens K Bhow Starts 1:15 Saturday "WEST OF THE GRANDE" / willi Jnlinny Mail: Droij CHAPTER. 11: "The Thr ketecrs" Short Waive Fees for l)o£ Vets CHICAGO. (UP)—License fees for dogs honorably discharged from service in the armed forces will lie waived by Jacksonville, Pla., the Public Administration Clearing House reports. Dog owners, upon presentation of proof of a dog's honorable dischnrge, will be issued it license certificate without charge. 10 Year Guaranteed Moothproofing Protects CLOTHING— RUGS—FURNITURE- DRAPES—BLANKETS—etc. Ask for the schedule of reasonable prices. SON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main fell on a Parkin bobble on the 20. prevalent; big boys on the squad WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, Oct. 2, 8:30 p. m. Lowest ASmlssion of any Wrestling Arena in America. Adults, 36c, Tax Sc—Total, 45c, Reserved Seats, 12c, Tax 3c—To- tal, 15c, Children's Scats 12c, T»x So, Total, 15c. Reserved Scats On Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday from 6 p. m, on TAG MATCH ROBERTS & KNEILSEN BENNETT& ALLEN Z 30-mln. Preliminaries RED ROBERTS vs. ROY ALLEN suppose he chose? Why, the Marines, of course. He wns on Guadalcanal during those dark, bleak, blood spilling days. As a member of the photographic group who records history through the lenses, he was sub jeclcd to Ihe deadly fire fror.-. (h, enemy just like Ihe rest. Bui llnough the grace of God, he wa spared and returned home for n brief resl. I had n letter lust week from Hi grilty youngster. He Is tack in th Pacific. He sent me a couple of sun shoU of himself. One is a photo o of himself with arm poised for forward pass, fti his hand is n to coanut. The olher shot caught hh skipping the roi>e, reminiscent ol til days when he was a member of Jo Craig's amateur boxing tcfim. 11 looks the picture of perfect healtl MEETS OLD FRIEND Henry's letler was filled wilh op llmlsm. Evidently, he had jus penned It following a glorious c:> pericnce on Island X. While cuter Ing Ihe chapel Incut lie received 11 thrill of a lifetime. For seated thcr In the chapel wns — shucks, who letler is this. Let's let him tell h slory: S-Sgt. Henry O. Mucry, J VMD-254 iMAG 61 1st MAW, % FPO San Francisco, Calif. Dear J. P.; I am convinced Ihat the islai chapel is the. most beautiful strtt hire here. Its chaplain Is very proud of Ms congregation who gatheri there from all corners of the world! lo hear his sermons which arc spiritual comfort to the individuals. It was while attending this chnpel that I met W-O Mitchell Best. We •A;... •• . War Production Board calls for big drive to save TW» h wrkrf Chairmen Donald M. Nefioa wyi about Ihf pap«r ihorloge 25WAR PLANTS CLOSED! Ai we go to preja, about 25 mill* making war product* out of paper hav» had to closa down. Are we going to let them stay closed? Or shall we open them, again with a community drive to save \va»t» paper ... and keep right on saving it? You know tha anwer/ We MUST awing those 25 door* widu with tha biggest ava- lanche of old boxes, corrugated paper, cartons, bags, newspapers and magazines, that this city has ever ceenl Wa MUST organize our friendi... our children... everybody who ha« a loved one in tho Armed Forces , . , everyono who wants this war to end soon ... in victoryl Get going right away on that paper traill When we repair Ihe shoes they arc truly renewed. Fine leathers, materials nnd highly skilled workmanshiji make Ihe fnolwcar smart, new looking besides adding miles and miles of comfoi table wear. Come jo Ihc modern, complete shop. -'! • Saturday OWL SHOW KING OF THE with )U'k I'urci.-ll, Joan Wood* iUaulon Moreland* Disney Comedy - Sunday nnd Monr "JUNGLE BOO- With Sabu as Mowkli (Hi"? Half-Wolf) Armed only j and the love of a girl challenge of Shcre-Klai^ f<N CHICKASAW West Main Near Zlst 8t Bat. starts 12:45; Sun. starts 1:45 Night shown 5:45 Except Monday, opens 6:49 Conttanoos shows Bat. and Ban. Last Time Today Double Feature "RED RIVER VALLEY" with Hoy Rogers anil "MURDER IN TIMES SQUARE" with Edmund Lowe SliUIAL: "G-Mcn vs. the lilack I>ragon." Comedy. Sunday & Monday "THE MORE THE MERRIER" with .Tcan Arthur & Joel McCrca Short: "Tins Is America" Universal News 'Song of the Saddle' with Dick Foran, "The Sinning Cowboy" and Alma Moyd Serial: "Desert Ilajvk" Short. Saturday MIDNITE SHOW Starts 11 p. m. 'Calling Dr. Death' with Lon Chancy & I'africia Morrison Selected Shorts SAVE A BUNDLE A WEEK SOME BOY.'S LIFE New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 P. M, Matinees Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Nawipip«rti Fold then) 6at (tbo war th« pfipu boy Kill them) >od t!« them In bundle* about 12 !ac ? af«itnn and look** It them to bundltl tbtxu 18 Incha hlfb. lattea (hem out «ad t!« them Inbundlttabout 12 f«v»r IWi«pp«ri, Envolopii. Ite.)i Flatten and paclf. down IQ a box ot bundle, W that It cu b« cairled. O.S. Victory WASTE PAPER Campaign Sund«3' and IR. & MRS. MINIVER TOGETHER AGAIN >Tk j Saturday 'COWBOY IN THE CLOUDS" with Charles SUrrctt Serial «- Short Saturday OWL SHOW "KANSAS CITY KITTY' wilh Joan Davis Selected Shorts GREER GARSON 'WALTER PIDGEON Sunday and Monday "HOME IN INDIANA" with 'Waller Brcnnan ' Fox News & Short | Henry TRAVESS • Albetl BASSEfiMAN I i Robert WAIKEB • C. Aubrey SMUH i Dsrae Maj WHITTY • Victor FRANCEN ] ! Elsa BASSEfiMAN • Reginald OHEN j MatgatetO'BRIfrl «t«VYN Vt«OY .. Product.) V, . SIONFf fRASKUN.. 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