TWELVE ULYTUKVILLB (AKK;) COUK1KK NEWS Shawnee Hands Dyess 61-0 Loss Indians Put on Scoring Show for Homecoming Queen By Charier J'elts Courier N«w« Correspondent .JOINER, Nov., 18—Shawnee Jflgi School's Indians celebrated tliei innuil homecoming here last nigh and made » big night of it b trouncing the Dyess Eagles 61-0. ' Coach W. C. Hook's Indians pu 'on tlieir best showing of rhe yea for Homecoming Queen Jcnnj Lynn Smith and the visiting Brad by scoring 10 touchdowns in th< 48 minutes of play. They were however, able to add only om extra point. Miss Smith- was Grained home coming queen by Cn \ lin Eddii Adams In a pre-gamc ceremony She was elected over four othe contestants in voting by the student body last week. Miss Smith Is a senior at Sliawnce High School Captain Adams led tha scoring attack by racking up four touchdowns, one on a 40-yard jaunt Halfback Johnny Harrison scorec tliree times, one on a 40-yard pass interception on the second piny of the game and one on a 55-yarc pass from quarterback Mclvln Has- ke'ft. Haskett and Tommy Laruc added the other six-pointers- This was the final game of the season for the Indians and they were gunning for revenge for the Eagles's victory of last year. It was by far their best performance of the year. Dyess never was In the game after the first touchdown. They missed a touchdown late in the game however when cox sprinted 80 yards on a punt return but was tackled from behind five yards away from pay dirt The lineups: Dyess , Pos. Shawnee Henson ...... L:E. ...... '\Ve)cI Lee .......... L.T. ...... Sulcer McArthur ... L.G. .. Laudeniale Blackard .... G. ,. Bel Hollingsworth R.G. .-. Robertson Holland .... R.T. Williams .... R.E. .. Q.B. .. H B. .. H.B. .. P.B. - Substitutions: Dyess j- Mooney, Cox, Balch, Johnston. Rider, McVay, Warhurst, Appling, Francis Humphries, Criswell. Shawnee — S. Harrison, B. Speck, L. Speck, Richards, B. Childers, p. Childers Stacks, Fauik, Kelly. Dean . Furr .. Balls .. Finclier .. Biggins , J. Adams .. Haskett . Harrison . E- Adams Housnmtin Red Barber, nationally known as a sports announcer, began his radio career as a student announcer at station WRUF of the University of Florida. '•'.''••'.'. '-•' SHAWNEE ROYALTY-MIss Jenny Lynn smith (upper center) was crowned liomecoi ' beiorc the s "™ nc e - uycss smn ° >n j ° hm " queen ol o., «™ » on row deft to right, Joyce wc^tndge. Bonmc Fcit,. crown bearer, Meldona Beasley and Dorothy Shan- ion. Slmwnce won the game by a Gl-0 score. tlytheville Red Cross JfHce Seeking Negro The Chicago Red Cross Is seeking formation relative to the where- bouts of Arretha Jackson Evans egro. The Negro woman is believed to have lived in Blytheville for some time afler hci marriage to Oti Evans in 1935. Arretha is being sought oy the Red Criss to establish a claim for assistance for (he deceased Otis' second wife. The information is sought by Mrs. Floyd Haralson, executive secretary toi ne Chickasawba District Chapter of the American Red cross .it tin. Court House. ft me/ Christ** 3 Does it look as (hough Chnslnias shopping is goinjr to be hard on your pocket hook this year? It's hound to be tliat way every ycnr unless yon prepare for it. That's why wc'urgc you io join our Christinas Club (for as Hide as 25c a week, or as much as you can afford to set aside for next year's Christmas shopping and then next November we'll give you a check that will solve your 1950 Christmas financial troubles. Come in today; you'll be glad you did next November. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Tlx Only National Bank in Mississippi County N E w l!tw Opens Week Ihiys 7:00 p.m ,M:iliiiee ; Salur<la] ,fc Sundays iMst.-Sun. 1 p.m. font. Slimline Manila, Ark. Slums KVERV NIGHT Friday "DOWN DAKOTA WAY' ith liny lio;crs Also Shoils Saturday 'BANDIT KING OF TEXAS" uith Allan I.a Also Slinrls Saturday Owl Show "HOMICIDE" • with it. Douglas Alsu Shorts Sunday K Monday "FATHER WAS A FULLBACK" wilh Fred MacMurray ami Maureen O'tlara Also Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday X- Saturday 'STAGECOACH KID' with Tim Holt Cartoon A- Serial Saturday Owl Show "BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN" with Moris KurlolT Also Cnrloon Sunday & Monday "A STORY Or EXTRAORDINARY SUSPENSEl"-tooi Mo Rtliaitd Thru Onlled Artix. Warner News * Carloon Lake Village, Subiaco Win Playoff Games LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 17. (IV)— Six more high school football teams will follow Subiaco ami Lake Village over the first hurdle of the Arkansas championship playoffs tn- nleht. Sublacos TrojniiE turned back the Van Buieti Pointers, 2U-19, last night in the opening scrap of the Class AA Scries The Trojans thus earned the right to meet (lie winner of tonight's Smackover - Blyllieville game at Dlythcvllle In the finals week after 'crt This Is because the Double A dlvjs'on has only four district champions, making the first-round games the semi-finals. With Liunar McIIan scoring two touchdowns, passing for two more and adoing three cxlra points. Lake Village opened defense of Its class B championship by blasting • Nor- phlct, 40-7. last night. Besides (he other Double A brawl tonlgnt's action will include 'three Class A openers—Waldron vs 'De- Qucen at Mena, Stuttgart at Monti- Cello and Piggot at Searcy—and two Class B feuds—Hughes vs •Siuland at Forrest City and Pocahontas vs. Wilson at Jonesboro The first lound will be completed tomorrow night with Slloam Sprl'igs at Conway In Class A and Osceola meeting Hartford at Russellvllle In Class B. • ' Floyd Sagely. Van Btiren's great fullback, ran for two touchdowns and passed for the Pointers' other tally bul it wasn't enough. Sublnco's Scheffe turned in scoring runs of EG and M yards and his backfleld mate. Andres, went 78 yards for a marker. The other Trojan score came on a pass. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1949 The busts of Washington. Lincoln Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt carved In Mount Rushmorc, South Dakota, are proportionate to men tsct tail. DELIGHT YOUR GUESTS ON THANKSGIVING DAY WITH FINE WINE Thanksgiving'Is * good time to learn, what a zestful touch fine wines will give your important dinners. And there's nothing complicated about serving wine with meals you don't even-.need special glassware. 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