The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1933 · Page 6
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>AGE SIX us. ;IEI ; BRITISH IN 'America's Hopes Have Disastrous Time Against Britain's 'Racquet Aces. BY mCf,V DONAHUE ' NBA Sen-tec Sports Writer This year will e° down in len- 'iils annals as the dreariest in n decade in the United Slates. First came ilu lull of Ellsworth Vines who las: year was hailed a^ tne wonder uf the age. With Vines' slump ccine the complete ffideoul of American Davis CM] forces, vout of the Americans b\ I«re1gn Invaders in the Unitcc! States national singles tomn.iim-m Pt Forest Hills mid the .squabbli tetwren some amateurs and tin I). S. Ij.iwn Tennis Association. " In contrast 10 this sad .state ol I'flairs in the- amateur ranks there was rejoicing among fol- •jnwer.s of Bill Tiiden's pro Itoup' v,)iich. in addition to plnylng to Isrgcr entos, i.nlistcd the services ,ol Vines at tht cud of the year, and brought about the enrollment- of Henri Cochel, the old inaster of thi! French amateurs. The year stiiitec'. out handsomely for Girijci-y S. Mangin of Newark, N. J., whtn he annexed hib second Euc'ci-sslvc national in- .lioor tennis li:!c by turning back Cliff Slitter of New Orleans, In five torrid sets :it New York. Mangin, by his "performance on (he X'bards, was li.ilkd ns a |»sslble Davis Cup player, but he was forgotten when thc choices were *>nde, possibly because he Ls triown to be teller on the boards than on clay or grass. The Davis Cup Eqund, when finally selected by the tennis fnth- (ic, was made up ot Vines. Wtl. iner'Allison, Johnny Van Ryn and George Lott. -" This crew .'oiecast fate In Da- Vis Cup play when It slumped at Wimbledon; Vines lost the English singles ti'.'e nt the British resort when beaten by Jack Crawford, the brlllir.ia Australian rac- quetcer wlio suddenly found himself. Crawford also won the French singles At Auteuil. Trance, the U. S. Davis Cup forces ran Into strong English squad that couldn't be beaten. Out of thc five match series the Americans saved only the doubles where George Lott and Van Ryn trounced Fred Perry and Gco^a Patrick Hughes, Britishers. In the final round the great Vines collapsed from exhaustion. In this session, the playing; of Perry and Bunny Austin was sensational. Thc h\o English stars A lucky stroke for Willie McFarlane, IZ-year-old Scolamnn of Tuckahoe. N. Y.. wos the putt he's shown followInK ihrcni:li at Coral Gables Kla. In slnkiiis It lie broke a three-way tie, with a sub -Rr round ol 70. to capture the .tllninl Eiltmore open Koll tourniiiiieiit and the dm prize of Carrie Jacob; BoaU la an American SONG WRITER. NORWAY'S legislature Is called the Storthing. The island o< HAITI is occupied by His Republic of Haiti and tb* Dominican Republic. . continued their battering game In " l oy t'inmphed over the challene round to British Wiahlman Cup team. l> " t ( ° Dri l ls li lassies came right ack and annewcl the American _TUESDAY,_DECEMHEK 19, 1933 GIFTS or Her f ?-. . f S^S-^X ^ *•:•.: --"fc^ i I j:,/f^.|P<.fJ;1 ["&!. 'Stftf] t> v_ v [V SII.K NEtii.KiEKK Daintily tallmv;! of Flat Crfpo In lilne, IVadi. Pink and Hlack A gift slir-'ll appreciate. $:>.'JH. J. C. I'ENNEY CO. From Sai:ia, A New I'trmantnt Add to her happiness at Chrlsl- mas by glvlivj her a new Permanent at our modern shop. . Margaret Horn Ili-auty Shoppe KOR ,MKN ONLY! ! ! If yon want to make your wife love you the year roimd give her n Dodge or I'lymouth automobile. Reasonably pi Iced and eqiilppwl with all the (jdiireulcnces dear to a woman's heart. KARNKTT AUTO SALES Helena Kuhrmlein's Com p. iris, Powders, I.lpslirks Exclusively at Borum's Toko nway DW drudgery O f wa£n . Ing in lite coining years, liny ••Her" an Apci Washing Machine. -E. B. (JEE SALES CO. ATTENTION MEN! A small cash payment will give your wife the perfect gift— A HOME. Sec our listings. THOMAS I.ANI1 CO. LOUNGING PAJAMAS E'jmething nt*-.. .rtayon Corduioy Pajamas In lily)) shades will) :i-at of conlrn::tlni( color. Set NEW VOKK STOKE Ih-uufy llrinss llajiplntss The Christmas Benson will niran more to her if ;itic has n i:ew l.eiiiianciit. Make her n prewiu u/ rjue. CIIACE KI.ANOKi: SHOl'I'E DAINTY SI.EEI' TOGS Gowns mid Calamus tailored of a nice quality fitk Crepe In Pink, 'leu Rose and nine at J295 NEW VOHK STOItE ' Your .sentiment!; are best expressed when you -sny it with FLOWERS, llciiton's Home of Flowers T.ivp Something Practical She will appreciate a gift she can wear. We aiggcst Scarl Sets, Hosiery. Purses. Gloves. Hats. Blouses. Sweater SnlLs, Dresses mid Sweaters and Skirts. THE LADIES TOGGERV A HEAITHFUI. WATCH Would make her most happy. The new styles as created by Gmen Bulovn and Elgin. GUARD'S JEWELRY STOKE A lasting gift ror your wife—A Frlgldaire, ihu most modem electric refrigerator on the market. E. B. Of* Sales Co. Have Santa Bring her a box of HolllngswortrTs Cnndy, fitted bag-, cosmetic set, compact, stationery, card table or purse ROBINSON DRUG STORE' SATIN UNDIES A beautiful, lus'-rous satin in Tea Rose. Pink !>:nl uhie. expertly Ifllorcd Slips. Dance Sels run! Gowns. -NEW YORK STORE the challenge round to win fevered cup fiom France. .After the Davis Cup tournament the season got into full swiiig in the United States. With it 'began the rise of big Frank Shields, New Yorker. Frank won (he Seabrlght and Newport Invitational meets, and wa sthe only American who could pet close to tre finals of the 1111- t-onal singles, ,ven by Fred Perry. He also went to the finals of the national 'SouMcs. with Frankle Parker, to be beaten by George Lott and Lcs Stcefen. Shields' wo.l: . marked him ns tlie man to witch next season He probably will fe i No. 1 ranking when the U. S. L T. A. makes its tholce. * * * Several you-igsters flashed to he front to d'stuib thc old guard, fhey were Jack Tldball, fiery CaL ifornian who won the imercol legiate title. Frc.ukie Parker, the Milwaukee boy who won the national clay court singles. Bryan Grant, who won thc southern "ti- lle, and Kleth Glcdhill, winner of the Pacific co'St title. Helen Jacobs proved the starol the women racket wleldcrs when ?he defeated Heien Wills Moody in the women's singles at Forest mils. . American women upheld the fading glory ot United States tcn- women's douliles with the strong combination of Hetty Nutlmll and -• Charles Walden Captain of Wilson High Gridders WILSON, Ark.— Thirteen James. , bers of the 1933 Wilson high school football squad will receive Alters, It has been announced by Coach Eugene Harris. At n banmict given by the sen- f.r girls Saturday nisht Charles Walden, center, was elected captain for next year. Paul Blake, left tackle, was chosen nltcrnnle captain. Letters were awarded Claude Shaw. Nelson Gray. Gilbert Lynch, Newell Jerome. Eddie Woodside Charles Walden. T. L. Slreetcr Dickey Westbrook. Paul Diakc' Jimmy Easley. Claude Lynch. Milton Clinton nnd Cleveland Porter. A feature of the banquet program was a miniature football game put on by the Junior high boys, with the Junior high S i r | 3 representing the pep fmiad. Milton Clinton, senior preside:)-. was master of ceremonies. The water of an "overland' flood along the lower Mississippi travels about one-third as fast a.' i the river it.vlt. The Perfect Gift--What women love — KAYSER'S underwear, gloves, Imstory. Reasonably priced. Jack Applebaum's CEDAK CHESTS 'or the younger girl or mother... One of these beautiful Walnut finish Cedar rhest.s. HUIIBARD FURNITUKE CO. Only Four More Shopping Days Until Christmas. We suggest Cosmetics, Purses Candle Holder: Bud Vases. Nunnelly's Candles. Perfume. Atotntz- irs. Compacts, Stationery, KodnKS FOWLER DRUG CO. DISTINCTIVE GIFTS Atomlicrs, Peiliimc Sets, Dridgi Cnrris, Compacts, Pangburn' Candles, Iloubigant and Coty' Ftrfume Sets, Heating Pads, aiid other gilts slv°, will like. BELL'S PHARMACY Fans Have Big Night at Mat Show; Two Wrestlers Suspended I ~ THE PERFECT GIFT "FOR HER ELI7.ABF/TH AUDEN'S VENETIAN TOILET Preparation; EXCLUSIVELY AT BORUM'S Family GIFTS THE IDEAL GIFT A Thealre Coupon Book for the family or friends, »2.50 and $5. Good anytime. KIT/ and KOXY THEATRES RADIOS—A gift all the family enjoys. Ask for demonstration E. B. GEE SALES CO. A Olft For All the Family— A Delco lighting plant. Also,i)eta Radios for country homes!-'" E. B. GEE SALES CO. n i r ™ 01 Unly roar ivlore oliopnins 116 Days Until Christmas GIFTS or Him / You can please him with n Pipe, )!illfo:d, Box i,I Cigars, Shaving Iru.sh 'or a Flashlight. KOWLEK DRUG CO. He'd Like a New Scarf! We have the very kind THE I.AIHES TOGCIERY ive a Pen and Pencil Set, Billfold or Shaving Outfit. ROBINSON DRUG STOItE Gifls Any Man Can Use v'o-Fade Silk Pajamas $4.95, Homer 'ajamas $3.95, Phoenix Oraintcx Winkle-proof Ties 50c up, Knox lat.s $5 nnd S7.50. Initial Hankies Oc to 2Sc, Ai'rcv/ and Fruit of the Loom Shirts 51.05 up, Overcoats 15 up, Society Brand Suits and CoaUs. HAVNES MEN'S SHOP SII.K PAJAMAS Vith ov without sash, plain or brocaded, best quality, all colors. C and $7.50. NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. Only Four More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Why not glv; him nn OHIce Chair Cushion, Treasure Chest or slieaHcr iv»j for Christmas; 1 ACTON 1'KINTIN'G CO. I'hone lu STETSON IIATS i i.-iiy him n Gilt Certificate in a miniature an; i;ox and Itt him! M.-VU It. $5. NKW MEAD CLOTHING CO. GIFTS 'tl' e He me Only Four More Shopping Days Until Christmas. HHOP EAIiLY Our stocks are complete now and a small payuu-m will hold any ['Hide until Christmas. 'S JUVEI.KY STOItE We Know IVhal lie Wants Pnrker Desk S»t. Pino. Cigars, or Shaving Set or Shealler Pen. HELL'S I'lIAKMACY : * Gifts for Kiddies Make your home modern and convenient for Christmas with MiHt-in rubtiicu, shelves, breakfast nook, wall brackets. It. J. Peterson, 200 N. 2lst Your dinner will not be complete without FLOWEKS for Xmas. llealun's Home uf FJouen Quick Meal OH Ranges Ciosley Radios, Sealy Mattresses. Slumberon Mattresses, D e lux Springs, Lounge Chairs and Otton, noc-kers. Occasional Chairs, Ftudio Couches. Childs Beds, Cliikls Rockers, High Chairs. Desks, Cedar Cl.ests, Card Tables. Tables—Oc- crMonnl, Rad'.L, End, Medicine Cabinets, Mirrors. CHARLES S. LEMONS C(,ocl Furniture at Moderate Cost SPECIAL assortment of gift, novelties, games, stationery, candy. BORUM'S Give Ideal Built-in Furniture , All Kinds of Cabinets ARKMO LUMBER 1'AKD Give Something Electrical Table and Floor Lamps; $1 to $10 Westinghouse Irons. Heating Pads. Percolators, Toasters, Bathroom HejHers, Waffle Irons, and other lipliances. Xnm Tree Decorations nnd Light Sets. Wulpule Electric Shop 08 W. Main Phone 314 Bicycle Tires, Horns. Saddles, Bas• kets. Handle. Grips, Spokes. Wheels, Rims, Brake Parts, Repairing. Carney's Sliup. 113 S. First St. Pr.onc G43. CHRISTMAS TOYS for all ages Specially priced. Obcrst Store Co. GOLF EQUIPMENT If he plays golf he would be delighted with u new club or two cr a box of balls. A complete ;!cck at all prices. IIUBBARD HARDWARE CO. We Have What They Want! Skates. Tricycles, Scooters, bicycles Coaster Wagons, Buddy Bikes. .22 Rifles (Stevem, Hamilton and tpringfield) Pocket Knives. Flashlights, Watches, Hunting Knives —.|Buzzy Barton Air Rifles and combination Scout Knives and Axes including carrier. BURKE HARDWARE CO. "We Se!l For Less" DRESS CLOTHES Tuxedos and Ell ncce.ssories. Tuxedos priced 1.25 to {35 NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. MEN'S LOUNGING ROBES Brocaded Rayon and all woo: Flannel Robes In a choice selection of colors. $4.49. J. C. PENNEY CO. CABINET SMOKERS He'll really appreciate one of these Cabinet Smoi;trs....Low priced too. HUBBARI) FURNITURE CO. PRACTICAL GIFTS Give the children things that wll last such as Tricycles. Coaste Wagons, Skates, Air Rifles, Bi cycles, etc. All priced most reason r.bly. IIUBBARD HARDWARE CO. OWE something practical—cutlery, iiird cages, aluminum ware, toasters, electric irons, clocks, wa-.ches. OBEUST , STORE CO. TABLES! TABLES! Coffee Tables, Occasional Tables End Tables...Every kind of tnule ...And they always maku an acceptable gift. • IIUBBARD- FURNITURE CO. Only Four More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Santa Ctius' Headquarters Ve Sell Everything—the best cnial- ity Xma.s Glfrs Uadios, Musical flriimenls, Ciudlcs. Lamps, Lea- hc-r Goods, Glassware, F.kclrlcal "if Is. I'ARKHURST CO., 109 E. Main <;ll-T NOVELTIES Rook Ends. Ash Trays. wiiat-NoLs, Vases, Boiidulr iJimiK. Table fii"]):; and novelties of all kinds GUARD'S JEWELRY STORI' Murwood combination BRIDOK TABLE and Fire Screen, ssua' • lunvood (le luxe tray, ?45U BOR UM'S DEEP NAP BLANKETS 70x80 Deep Knap Double Blankets In a Scautilul range of plaids. 52.19. J. C. I'fcNNEY CO. 3nly Four More Shopping Days Until Christmas. A Photograph—the Perfect Xroas Gift. Reduced holiday prices, llu- L-frt Doyle, r.e^t door to Western L'rlon. Give yourself ;i Xm«s gift. Have your WATCH repaired by an expert. O'Brynnl, Aldriil;e Jewelry Store. Beautiful, inexpensive artificial WREATHS for. the graves ol loved ones at Xmas. If onion's Home of Flowers Only Four More Shopping Days Until Christmas, i furSpr?™!!- e . r W 1 S bflrrcd from to Rolrln<i fc rendered, lurther apearancc here and anoth- ure to-show U p"he"re"for 'a"match 7T" , SHbsllUllcrt " for Welch'and while excitement outside the ring i ° ? v °"' fn " dc<:ls " resulting from a number ot tils- f ^L T ° fn lurbanccs featured and muddled | oTnipte! COMjMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with thc terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court the Chickasawba District of kcls. After Sullivan's Charles Sinkcy oRWev f,, up last night's wrestling card at ' ",Lf P i' I ° f thc ' iromotcrs the armory I Sla 8lng shows here and als a mat- and willing worker was tarred' Af , id ° from , lhe rlr '8 sn « w from the local ring by CommU- i m ° 5t , llch or morc sloner Jeff Roland * after ta "t I *?* I parently fell a willing or not too'J^ es ; 11 , reluctant victim -to his opponent i ad a«»8"»>Lon Cnaney who won In l.^qutek ' straight falls. Sullivan's purse was held up by the commissioner who said the .wrestler's explanation, given after the match, was that he was nrj; in shape. «1 ° f ? lhcr dlitllrb of " ^ wlla put out of the B "'' firCCr ° CkCr . «-™,i. ^ v. meet ° « , rat ' hc r "K took hn »ti™rt f attendants ' S *' U 'V R ^'° k " A C ' 1C Ot " e lwo i , , . M P ailc ollt °f ? or ln thc a ™ory. Another fii?h . *" llc » y ° Ulh wll ° ^ Mississippi County, Arka;isas, on thc 26th day ot September. 1933, wherein Thc Mississippi County Building Jt Loan Association was PlalntifT. No. 5512, and F. G. Smith and Edltb Pearle Smith were Dc- 'endanti, will sell at public auction to thc highest and best bidder, on a credit of three month*, at the south door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law. In the city of BlythevilU, Arkansas, on the 13th day ot January, 1934. the following real estate, [owil: All of I/it No. 13 and the East One-half of Lot No. 12. In Block 1. Sndbury Addition to the City of Blythevlllc. r| Said sale will be had to satisfy nrc- „., »i7 7 < ------ -•;—*•— V..-...K.-'" .> uii-iiuier scat \vns n on the claims ot promoters and attack him but cooler Commissfoner Roland, failed to ap- vented a fight pear and no reason was given for A good houre cat in on thc fi£n *SX- H ° WM ^"/"eV" 0 *" ^h '««* »"d o Uide e from further appearances here ring and had a good lime boolm? until an explanation wtlsfMtory ' and I cJiwrliw, B sx °» lsalt1 dccree '" thc slim <>' «.049.S9 said properly as additional security I for the payment of such purchase money. I Witness my hand and the seal of i!d CO'.irt, on this, the 18th day f December. 1033. R. L. GAINES. Commissioner In Chancery. Reid, Evrard & Henderson. Attys. for Plff. ig.2fi COMMISSIONER'S SALE No'.icc Is hereby given lha-. thc undersigned commissioner, in com- jllnnce with the terms of a decree rendered by thc chancery Court or the Chickasawba District of Mississippi county, Arkansas on the 26th day of September. 1533, wherein R!re-S!ix Dry Goods Company et al wore Plaintiffs. No 5517, and Isadoro Rosenthal ct al uere Defendants, will sell al public auction to the highest and be« bidder, on a credit of three months at thc front door of the Co-irt May 5. 1D33. The purchaser at said sale wll be required lo cxeciilc bond with approved security, lo secure thc payment of the purchase money- ami n lien will be retained \\ Lot 16 In Block 1 of the Miller & Grcenlce Addition to the City of Bryrtevllle. Arkansas. Said sale will be had to satisfy r - , ., ,„. said decree in the sum of S7.744.65. an increase ot 3.233 over last year, with six per cent interest from according to Superintendent of May 15. 1933. i Schools Nicholas Baeur. The purchaser at said sale willj — School Enrollment Up NEW ORLEANS. (UP) — First quarter enrollment in New Orleans public schools this year was 80270. Boss Never Visited Camps 1 to the personal needs of 55.260 SAN FRANCISCO (UP)— Brig.-j youths in the 270 C.C.C. camps In Gen. Charles S. Lincoln has elmg? the Ninth Corps Area. But, he h»s of clothing, equipping and tending never visited a C.C.C. camp. . be renulred to execute bond with' approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a l!cn will be retained upon said properly as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. Witness my hand and the seal of said court, on this, the 18th day of December. 1933. R. L. GAINES, Commissioner In Chancery Reid, Evrard & Henderson Attis. for Plfl. 19-20 o-ir House, between tr.e hours proscribed by law. in the City of Blythc- Vitle. Arkansas, O n the 13th day < January. 1934. thc following real estate, lo-wit: Lots I and 7 In Block 3 nt Sunnyside Addition to the Cilv of niylhcvilk. Arkansas, and ^Read Courier News Want Ads. BARGAINS INNEW&USIIl) FURNITURE R.J.DODSON 9A*> \.' »*_ I— ni .. _ E. Main Phone 1SS OTtADE A Raw Milk Thonr 74 Craig's Dairy MOONLIGHT TAVERNCAFE Next Door to N'abers Grocery PLATE LUNCH - 30c Home Slide Pastries Friol Chicken - Steaks HERT DUGAN, Che Open Day and Night "13URKE HARDWARE COMPANY" The One Price Store Sells For Less We have (he Most Complete Line of Hardware in Kastcrn Arkansas! Not the. Largest, But the Most Complete. Burke Sells For Less Why and How? Our Overhead is Less. We I'ay Cash - - We Sell for Cash. We have no delivery. No porters or high powered salesmen. Obviously Why Can't We Sell for Less? It's no secret as to how and why. Come In and Be Convinced. We Accept the Chalhngc. * OUR MOTTO BURKE HARDWARE COMPANY Sells For Less And We Have One Price To All Free Ice Water »nd Rest Rooms for Men, Women and Children

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