The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 29, 1946
Page 6
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PAGE Stt BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIEK NEW3 FRIDAY, AIARCI! 20, 10-16 Gridders Ready For Spring Game Maroons and Whites Will Clash Tonight; Band Will Perform . . BY' J. -P. FRIEND '. A, preview of Blythevill c High School Fall football fortunes will b* unveiled tonight at Haley Field when the Maroons and Whiles col- bofe to determine the champion of the two weeks of Spring drills. S*»rtin" time is 8 o.m. , It Till be a regulation game with all the color ana familiar surround- kMS df a Fall classic. Tlic crack iehool band under direction of Director Karl Wadcnpfuhl will be on hand to furnish music before *nt during the contest, and inarch during the half. Advance ticket s»tos indicate a large crowd wil view proceedings. Miss Betty Woodson, charming Slighter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis 9. Woodson, wiH be crowned qucci •f Spring Training . Head Coach William (Bill! God wip and Line Coach Firman (Nig B.vsum will do the matcnnlndlnt, *» the two Chick teams. Big Bil has chosen the Maroon forces, nam HOW THK MAROONS AND \VHITI Maroons Stuffurd Kcinpcr Doolin Foster Wlxon Lloyd Hood Friend Harrison Tray lor li. Allen Wl. 165 180 170 155 140 170 165 135 145 149 17ft Hos. I... E. L.T. L.G. C. R. G. R. T. II. E. Q, B. II. H. L.H. F.B. referee; Wt. 150 100 100 17. r > 155 IHft ItiO 170 ItiO 100 105 Clyde IS COIWAKH Whiles Shanks Koonct! 11. Killott lllomeyer fjlinson liracey Necdham J. fi;lllotl Williams Jernigan C. Allen Officials: Marshall nincknrd piic; Eddie Ford Jr., head linesman; Muylli'kl judge. lllUlil <Sunny; K. Wli.son, ntn- Uoytl, field Bynum Signs ' , It is no longer proper to refer to Firman (Nig) Bynum ns "guest coach." H c Is now a full- Pedged assistant to Bill Godwin, head coach. The,former Arkansas Tech and University of Arkansas star linesman and track great not only has been elected by the school board, but inked a contract for-the 1946-41 season as director of physical education and first lieutenant to •Chief Godwin. Hc. plans to return to his home in Russellvillc liter the Spring session, reporting back for service on or about September l', it not before. to« Right End Hood as his field captain. Coach Bynum selected Gerald Blomeycr, center ami re- eently elected tribal captain, to lend hi« White eleven. - Teams Evenly Matched 'tn an efferot to make the expected battle just as close mid in- t»I»stlng as possible the two men- ton divided the squad on even ba«is and believe there is little to choose between, the two teams. The weight,- is equally distributed, with a possible lean to the Whites, dbne to the illness of two Maroon stars. Neither side boasts superiority in experience. Coach Godwin will^do without the services of Dan (The Brnin> CMdvell," sterling quarterback, and Billy Wayne McFarland, fine scnt- • kack prospect. Caldwcll has been seriously 111 all week while McFnr- land is hobbling around on a bruised knee. Friend Gets Call The Chick Chieftain has named R. A. Friend, 135-ponnd understudy, to take over Dan's quarterback chores.. Owen Harrison inherited trw right halfback job, in place of McFarlanri.. Remainder of the Maroon lineup w!U include Stafford and Hood, ends; Eugene Kempor and J. A. Uoyd, tackles; Bill Doolin and Bill tftKon, guards; P. D. Foster, cen- t*c; - Harold 'iBeavcr>. Traylor. left l4lfbRck>ahd.Berry Allen, fullback. No changes in his initial first 'siring starting choices were liull- «»ted by Assistant Coach Bynum. t)*ek Shanks and J. D. Nccdham «ttl be at the terminals; "Anvil J"»*t" Koonce and Bill (Bull) Bra- RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark, ' N E \\ STARTING T I M K ••ginning Monday, AjirM 1, the bo\ •flicc will open at 7:00. IMcfurc •torts at 7:15. Betty Woodson Is 'B' Day Queen Jimmy Stafford Will Crown Queen Tonight At Haley Field Miss Betty Woodson will be crowned "K-D:iy" c|ueen of Blylhc- vlllc High School tonight at the halt of th c football game at Haley Field. This will climax "B-Day" activities, s;onsoix'd by members of lh c B club, boys who have lettered in High E«:hool athletics. Miss Woodson was elected by varsity IcUenncn. she Is a senior mid the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ! E. B. Woodson. Her maids will be Miss Joan Shanks and Miss Ann Wcedmnn. both mem- )crs of the senior class. They will tie escorted by Gerald Blomeycr ind Stanley Hood, captains of the wo teams. Miss Woodson will be crowned by Jimmy Stafford president of the club, mid Owen Harrison, vice president. School was dismissed this afternoon at 2 p.m., utter which there vas a field day program. Toilny Is the [ "B-Day" In the history of the school but herc- iftcr il will be an annual affair, B members said. Bra/11 has n population of only 12.000.000, but is estimated to have •unple room for 000,000,000. About 90 per cent of thc total weight of the earth's atmosphere lies within 12 miles of thc surface. Cozarl To Join Traveler Squad Former Atlanta Star Is On Option From The Boston Braves By United Press Little Hock, preparing to open three-game scries Friday with Shreveport of Die Texas League, announced that Charlie Cozart. left-hnncled pitcher, would join the Travelers there. Cozart, on option from the Boa- on Braves, won 18 i;aiiu-s for At- inta In 10M. He performed last season with Kansas City In the American Association, and Toronto n the International League. Manager Willis Hudlln said the games would be played with SlucvcpoH on Frldny, Saturday mcl Sunday. Little Rock's double- irader hill wllli Birmingham and Columbus was mined out Wcdnes- lay. Washington, parent, club of Chattanooga, showed the Southern Association farm no mercy In an exhibition game Wednesday in Cocoa, Fla. The Senators downed tile Lookout 1 ), 9 to 1. rn Gainesville, Fla., Atlanta Manager Kl Kl Cuyler, prepared to send his Crackers against Jcr- .scy City of the American Association. Jersey City look lx>th ends of a double-header from Atlanta Sunday. President Earl Mann revealed that shortstop Tony Or- denana, flashy Cuban holdout, had been ordered to report within five days upon threat, of a $100 fine. Rain permitting, two workouts were )n store for the Bears in Mobile. Skipper Al Todd, awaiting reinforcements from the Brooklyn Dodgers, said lie would be unable tn pick a starting Mobile lineup until he knew who'd be on hand. Manager Larry Gilbert may announce another Nashville squad [erred Shcchan Wednesday director of Cubs farm system. Ilain also was an unwelcome visitor In the Henderson. Tex., camp of the Memphis Chicks, Two games with Oklahoma City of the Texas League were called off yesterday l>ccausc of wet grounds. New Orleans manager Johnny Peacock announced that Jesse Danna and Roy Sanner would pitch In Thursday night's exhibition affair with Minneapolis. The Pel-Tulanc game Wednesday was washed out. with jack 1 Baseball Candidates the Chicago .,...,_ e , Will Report Saturday Clothes moths were brought to America from Europe. 7000 London has approximately telephone operators. All boys interested baseball this year on In playing the Junior League Baseball team, sponsored by [he American Legion, nre asked to urday afternoon. 2:30 o'clock, at his olflce, 118 South Second Street. This tc;nn is sponsored eacli yciir by the Legion and boys who did not have their 17th birthday niter Jan. 1, 1940, are eligible to play. Jlo g bristles were used as springs meet with Marshall Blackard Sat- j n W atches of early times. After -II years as baskelbnll referee, Jimmy Kumscy, GO. of riiil;icli-l|>hki. calls il riuils. lie s;iys modern l):i. ? .kcth:L)l is ;i picnic iiojnpjn'L-d to old tlnys when t.ijiifs ofVrti cntkil in nciir-riols. slash at Macon, Ga. Gilbert con- SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 Larkin Service Station LOOK! THIS LARGE SIZE JAR of MOROLINE Petroleum Jelly for minor burns—cuts, bruig- |t'H, clmd'fl, uliniKmns, iitul skinirrilaliniiH. Ai<U ii^ilintt. AND ONLY 1O4 ccy. thc Ineklcs; Hilly Bob Eillott nncl James StHisoii. Hie gitnrds: nncJ "Corky' 1 Blonioyor over tlic bfll). Jack "Elliott. Miic Willinins, Jcrntgnn nml H. C. Allen compose tile bncktiL-td. Ruin Clients Chicks Jupiter Phivius cheated li lc Chicks out of tlicir Inst full prc- practice yesterday. VVltli licltl n qungmlrc, Concii Godwin cnncclcd his initiiil plans tliat. called for n full two-hour session Jammed with plenty of roughl stuff. He substituted some pointers for ktckoffs, then rnn (lie yoiiiigslcrs bvlcily before sciulintj them in for thc afternoon. 1CHT COUGHS due to colds .. . cased without "dosing". Rub1 OPEN K:-I5: STARTS 7 p. m New Theater Manila's Finest 8:iiarrt;iy &• Sunday, Mai. 1 o'clock Sunday & Tucsdaj Ni{bti, 6:3* I o'clock All other nlchts. « o'clwk. Friday and Saturday 'Gentle Annie' J mil us l!nii£i Doiitui Itccd, Miirjoric M:\in. Scrinl: '"Hip Muster Key" Alsu Short Phone 2611 When You're in a Hurry for That • CAR • TRUCK OR • TRACTOR (FLAT) 3 Service Trucks and 4 Tire Men at Your Service Houn-6 to 6-7 Days MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Ash at Second Street POULTRY WANTED! Mr. Davis is connected wilh the country's largest poultry buyers and offers highest prices at all times. FRIDAY and SATURDAY PRICES— Hens — 25c Cox — 16c JSRING YOUR POULTRY TO US. 1711 West Vine St. Blytheville Prices Subject to Change Without Notice WANTED . ; . Two Colored families to nwke sharccrop. Good houses. Good knd. Good Equipment. H. C. KNAPPENBERGER BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Friday and Saturday "Moon Over Montana" with Jimmy Wakely, "Lasses'' White, Jennifer Moll, Woody Woort- el and His Riding Hangers SHORT: "Sler Made Slongrcl" ant] «th Chapter of "Masked Marvel" Sunday antf Monday "SUNBONNET SUE" With Gate Storm—she w;is tlic loa •I the town—George Cleveland, Phi P*(ui, Minna Gomball and Kay numd Haltou Cartoon and HKO News Friday She Went ro thc Races" with .Tilings ('r;iig r Frances Gifford Serial and Comedy ilmission Lie 30c SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SHOW Stivrls 11 p. in. The Road to Alcatraz l.mvrry, June Slorpy Also Sliorl.s Saturday 'CHEROKEE FLASH" ivith Sunset ('arson Scroll and Comedy \dinission Me and SOc Sunday and Monday Continuous tilunv Suiul.iy Practically Yours ClttUllcUu CoUierl, Kroil llar^Ii I'liriiinouiit News Shorts Saturday OWL SHOW "ONE WAY to LOVE" wilh .l;uiis Curler nntl C-licstrr IVIorris \c\vs and C'omrdy Sunday and Monday "DOLL FACE" with Carmen Miranda ;md Perry Como News and Comedy CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Cost So Little" W«-k Oar*: KUrtx at 1 t>. Likes to Relax In Comfortable You'// Find Them at MEAD'S! A NATURAL AH) FOR Hyper-Acidity OF THK STOMACH Mountain Valley Water is a natural aid in helping eliminate wastes from the system. Not laxative,. It works gently through the kidneys. Ask your doctor about this famous health water from Hot Springs, ftrk. It has been prescribed for more than 5 yean.' Free booklet on request. ORDER A CASE. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Biytheville, Ark. ,Cash Buyers for Property! Did you ever notice that In my ads I not only give jroii the DOWN PAYMENT on the property, but also Lhe exact amount you are to pay. You know the price before yon consult me. A good way to advertise. List your property with me. My commission ti 5%. H. C. CAMPBELL Office: 120 S. 2nd St. Phones 446 or 2930 Radio Service Tit" Angel Refrigerator Service Fred Lawler Washer, Ironcr and Gas Engine Service Philip Frel Vacuum Cleaners, "Fans. Irons and Small Appliances He- paired. Baby Strollers — Jumper Swings Preslo -i Quart Cookers Premium Vacuum Cleaners Phonograph Records and Accessories Fans—adic, ivindow, pei eslal, and table types.. Several attractive styles to choose from ... in Soft Brown Vici Kid . . . with LEATHER SOLES $450 pair Adams Appliance Co. r Inc. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Successors fo Hardaway Appliance Co., Inc. Phone 2071 206-08 Weal Main Something New ON YOUR RADIO "SHOWERS OF BLESSINGS" Around the World Broadcast Church of the Nazarene Heard Sunday Morning 8:30-9:00 Over K. L. C. N. This Space Compliments oF OSCAR ALEXANDER IVI Wj Mftbt REAL ESTATE BROKER Thone S36 Friday and Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE "Overland to Dcadwood" Charles SUvrrcli ;<nd llusscll ITnydrn "ROCKET MAN" ^^i^ll Ton) NcnJ ^tul .Irannc TVvlcs Serial: ".tunfilc Queen" tlinpt. 12 Saturday Owl Show Starts 11:30 i'.M. "Crime Doctor's Strangest Case" wilh AVnrnrr 15a\lrr and I;Viln Merrick Serial: "llitnnlccl Harbor" C'ha|il. Also t'onic<Iy Sunday and Monday Continuous Showlne Sunday Only "I DOOD IT" with Red Skelton and Eleanor l*owctl Also News anrt Comedy Cosy, Hearth-broken slippers made for him just as he likes them. For all-around year wear . . . with built-in comfort and perfect fit in the heel . . . Truly slippers for a man! A size for every foot! 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 Phono 3210 Remember - // It's for a man ... MEAD'S 32Z MAIN STRUT DON'T WAIT!!! We Wi// Pay You The TOP CASH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR J Drive In Today —Get f he Cash! We Arc Approved Rlyihevillc Dealers DESOTO — PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complete stock of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Parts Will Have It! SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMOUR—Owner For Prompt Service On Repairs Hring Your Car to Our New Location Corner Franklin and Walnut X Phone 886 or 3524 8

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