The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1931 · Page 6
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Luxor 'IAKIU' rumuKU MONDAY, MAKCH S3. 1031 weep of County Cage They've Got Cellar Jobs weuu Shauno Collins Seeks Base . Hits lo Blast Boston from j Basement. HV WII.LMM HllAtTIIl'.lt KtA Service Spurts Kililur PENSACOLA, Fin., March 23-In| Hie List r.iiie years His l>rr.l ilmli the B05ic.ii Rod Sox have 1 clone ID ! the American Leasnc was' to ilmMi: seven Hi. ; Thai was in one year. 1924. when , the White Sox managed to \K\\\ llw j Bostoncsc in u lir.ullone plmi>;L', for Ihe baiemeiH. In clyht nut • of Ihe last nliu 1 years (lie Red s;o\: have wound up in undisputed pi»- \ ECis'.on of last (.'lace. 't'r.e record! ir; rather unusual! ' That ought lo islu- you .1 pretty | good Idea of what John ••Sh:iui:o"j Collins is lacklini; in his flr.'l >car- as manager of an alleged big !ea- BUC ball team. The problem Hut Collins, 26 years a ball player.] faces, looks like about a cloi'.on ; bunkers en the putting green, but if you thir.r. "Shiumo" Is shaken by it you don't know thai guy! , With the same ambition ami: earnestness thai "Shauno" brought | to baseball when, os ft kid. he, started playing ball on (lie snnd-i lots of Clmlcslown, Mnss.. lu 1000,! he has "moved in" as manager of : Ihe strangest train known In base- 1 ball The task ahead of him is tro- 1 meiidous awl he knows It, but hoc is taking it In his stride. "I Bella get some hitllu 1 ." lie told me the other day on the field! al pensacola. "I just have. to!" j Only two of the Red Sox. Rood] and true, hit above .300 last year.: Thnl was one ol the chief ren- sons why the team was Hie worst i batting club in 111? league. One of these charming fellows was K.ir! Webb, who knocked the appl'-'j around .323, The other was Bill Sweeney, who hit .30U. | Add lo that: Hard luck! acne; Rye, the kid • outfielder from Chi- 1 cago. who hit .307 for dear old Wnco lust year, broke his wrist In two places stumbling across first tase and will IK out of il for a couple of weeks, al least. Though Rye. who Is of the Shires type, soys his wrist will knit rap- Idly enough to let him play in the opener, April 14, It 'may be weeks [ •later before the Waco Walloper pels] In any good licks tigalnsi American , League pitching. When he docs. however, he looks to bo Ihe kind of lad who would knock several pitchers into a row of intelligence tests. Cocky? Yes. But gome to the core and. a smart ball player. "Well, you see what 1 got." Collins told me when I Interviewed! M,,,,j ca | N i>lcs of him here In the hotel. "Sweeney j , v Hawaii Traveler iTIlLES II BOTH BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Luufor 1)111 YOU KNOW THAT— The Chicago Post says hlgh- pov.-ii'cd publicity wins nil-star iwnrds for ulliicl?.s...iiiul It's a poor player who cnn'l claim the distinction of having made somebody's All-AijiciU-a.. .Ihcic- forc, no more nil-slur u-ams will be prlincrt on (lie- Post sinus fs.. .Hii/i Ailell, iiiiclciH Coail League- graduate, wltli the Phils, learned lu catch a. l);ill by catching Alcmeda cim-ots... ami llicrcin lies the story of BILK'S warped sclinoz/Jo.. .while runnhiy to catch car of those cm-rots, he. sltiniblcd over a .stake ami fell against a noil... "ft took two men und a dcr- lick lo unwrap my nosa from that post," snys Bii7/...Paul Wnner is llormby's selection if he had his choice or the two brolli?is..."Ifc drives lu runs ;-u;s thfl Rujah.. -Ilornsby admits, however, Ihiu Lloyd is Hit. worst pcsc nl Ihe plate and It: Ihe outtleid of any one person in Ihe majors. conspiracy known as u duct Not t:nly are the two play.Kl lo^cthei bill Ihey are played together in the same rcoui. ' ' Not only are (hey played In ih'- same room, but on another rainy j Sunday Wi?it' played In the room nuxl to Ihe very one assigned by the hotel management lo your correspondent. Well—there Is a limit to overs'- ; Uilng. , . I The young men's names who play j the Iwo sunophones in the wiuie| room are Ad Llska and Joe Kuhcl. F ^Vou iUiiKSTToSTicvi.ro VOUR. WIT, REFUSE To NOOR 6ROCEIJV BILLS- Cardwell Inter-Class j Tourney Won by Sophs ' The inler-clnss lournamcnl held; j In Carchvell High School was won >>y tl'j Sophomores. On Friday: ! afternoon the Sophomore boys de. fcateil the Senior boys by a score of 23-24. Tlie Senior Icniu was muposed of: O. North, W. \Vhit-, „ sr.n, C. Blakeney, n. Las'cy. J.| \(fi\,- Fll/gerald, W. Dai-ham. The Soph-1 amorce were: I'. Kllllan, liond Ray,'; li. Mize, J. Stewart, H. Tucker, O.' On Wednesday afternoon the Sophmncr,: girls defeated the Junior girls. Tlie score was 30-G. Hi-Jackers Loom As Hisili Hurdle For Hubbard Five - . , With but three games between 5amc was played In Cardwell High [hem and Ihe second half chain- School Rvm. At the end of the nloushlp of the City Cage league, On Wednesday afternoon the! Circlwcll grade boys loam played i Hie tenm from Brown School. The School Rvm. At the prime the score and Webb are the only established | Jn M ; hitters the club has. Sweeney prob-; |hi c[lmn , i| 1crc n ,., i n „„! ,,, ably will alternate at first for a, l,™ 11 ^™!^ 10 ™^^ M Shearing 1-7. Since the Hubbard baskstcers will meet Brown did not care lo play the ex- i tt, D Merchants quintet, lonieht. in ir.i pi'i-loj. the grime was given to the third game of Ihe evening's - ... «--- ogle North j rchrdnlc ni. the Armory. I Tlie Hi-Jnckers, who appear to te the only team with a chance to el Code ' cvn ' tnk<; tnc hnrtiwnrc i Cavdwcll. Reierees: Ogle ! and Owen Ml?e. will battle the Frisco five while with Al Van Camp, whcMill| , C m^^| n t''o"r'"oViier',''the"basobalii U se ,j By LJQUOr Dealers] .«Vcon78aW'7onighr'rhc Hl-Jacf . " ' ; observer is sure to wonder if U isi ' 'crsand Hubbard arc slated to ircet | Close Brilliant Season by Winning Girls' and Boys' Junior Crowns. Marketeers of Luxora schools made a grand slain in county basketball honors for Ihe 1931 season when Ihe toys' nnd girls' JuiU-v high (earns emerged victorious in j the Mississippi connly junior lour-1 namciil staged here Friday iuil[ Saturday. Tlie senior high learns of the uxora j-x-hools won the championships in tlie senior division of play in the tourney at Osccola on Feb. 27lh and 28th. -. IraUmEay night at the Armory here was a night of complete triumph for Hie cnixanLs from Luxora. In the girls' finals, the I.uxorans opposed the Dell lassies, and defeated Iheir opponents. 16 to 11. The Ijixora boys tlnished ahead of the Shawnee quintet 13 to 10 after! a hard fought game. The Luxora. girls fought their way to Ihe finals by disposing of Shawnee in the first round of play. 1C to 11. In the'Second round they defeated Brown, 15 to 12, nnd won over Manila In the semi-finals, 28 | to 12. I The Luxora boys beat Brown. 37 . (o 3, in their initial game, climi- , nated Yfirbro In tho second round. 121 to 13 and put Osceola out of th-? ' running In the semi final round. 12 toS. I The Luxora girls led the Dell las- jfics at the half-way mark, 9 to 5. nnd continued to hold their lead i until the end of the game. "Dlt" of the Luxorans led the high scorers with 14 polnls. while Blair of Dell accounted for eight. The Luxora boys got off to a good start in their championship game. At the half-way mark they led Ihe Shawnee boys. 7 ^to 2. The Shawnee cagers put up a stubborn fight in Ihe second half but could not overcome the lead of the Luxora boys. The game was featured by close defensive play with neither jteam scoring consistently. The Blytfcevlllo junior boys' were favorites to oppose the Luxora quintet in the finals of Oie junior meet and Having defeated the l.uxorans twice before the tourney ! o|x?ned the locals were favored to cop the county meet. However the Shawnee quint upset the Blythe villc aggregation in the seml-flna round by trouncing Coach Stew art's charges, 14 to 4. Girls Final Luxora (10) Pos. Dell (11 Dlt 14 F . Blfl lr Pat 2 P Lewis' Pet JC Barb Mae RC Moohe Pal G Evan Dix G Berry Note—Tlie Luxora girls did" no wear numbers but had their nick names displayed on their Jersey and were so listed by the tourney GENERM.LV FAVoRifE To uJiN Tiie Bolh are right-handed hitters and a --- COMMISSIONER'S SALE ! NOTICE is hereby given that the ndersigned commissioner, In compliance with the terms of a de- ree rendered by the Chancery Jourt for trye Chickasawba Dls- rlcl of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 23rd day of February. 1631, wherein Vermont' Sav- ngs Bank was Plaintiff, and jangdqn L. McKay, et COMMISSIONER'S SALE ! paid out of the purchase money. NOTICE is hereby given thai the j And tlie purchaser will IK rc- underslgned commissioner, In com-1 quired to execute bond with appliance with the terms of a de-1 proved security to secure the pay- cree rendered by the Chancery ment, of the purchase price and a Boys Final like to develop a .300 hitter nt sec-! Hc ]mn | S ] 1( [ 5 n l)rP tty well, mak-. of liquor. ond base. I h , s lt i, c now, groan or moan, at, The "New System Cl leaners" was honors. year for the Red Sox). '' '""i In the"belief Vt was a comic vnicn- j however. If a customer wanted a "For a while at least I'm going- tine picked O'.it by mistake. ! pint of gin he telephoned and to use Jack Rothrock at third. ; • • • j asked that his Mil pants b,- de- He's an outfielder but he pitiys-The r.rcat VnVnown ! livcred soon. A request for dark prctly gcod around Ihe sack. We Over at the training ramp nf the trousers would result in delivery of have'Hal Rhyne in the infield, loo, B:o\vus. nt w.-jst Palm Beach, it r, pint of moonshine- wiskey. A suit and if he picks tip a few points: ra'.ned one Sunday. It only rains' msant a iruarl. a two-pants suit two ___ in hitting he may make it. IRhynci =n Sunday there once hi something charts, and an overcoat a cailon. company M hit 203 last year) Hl'-e 47 5" cars - Bllt ll rni "ed *hati Hacks of clothes and a prising Ap( , 5 • • • ! Sunday, and after Inking a licking, outfit lent a tone of reality lo the' uix | c pliers Luxora (13)' Pos. Wundcrlich 2 F .fcLnughlin B ilcliac 3 Scott i-yncn 2 day and will have an excellent chance to teat (he first half champs unless Manager Burnett ran mculliro his scattering forces. In the linn! game the Dixie Fliers nnd AIM-S will battle for last place Standings Hubbard Hl-Jackers Frisco Gas Hounds Merchants W. L. ret- 4 0 1.000 .750 .500 .500 .500 .500 .250 .000 'We've got a great catching stall -a: miniature gnK at the hand', of shop, in Muddy Ruel. Charley Berry and. ?™i Gray, jour correspondent: young Eddie Ccunolly. And we' thought of the idoa ot sleep 3 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 3 0 4 COMMISSIONER'S SALE COMMISSJOXK'.vS SALE NOTICE Is hereby given that thi couldn't ask fcr much better pit-; The hotel where the Browns stay j NOTICE is hereby given that the ,, nf tcrsigned commissioner, in com _ ching than we get last year from (is built around a little square. Your undersigned commissioner. In com- p i^,, c( . u-jlh the terms of a decree] Tx) ts 1. 2. 3 and 4, In Block 1, F C O G Shawnee (10) Grant 1 Slaton 1 Speck 2 Parker 2 Lusk 4 were Xfendants. will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on s. credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between the -hours prescribed by law. in.the.qity of.Blythe- vllle, Arkansas,-.on. the 6th day of April, 1931, the. following real estate, to-wlt: .. '--. : .The Edst -Half'-of the 'East Half of : the" Fractional Northwest Quarter! ahd-all that'part of ' the Fractional Northeast Quarter lying West of Frisco Railroad and h»rd surfaced road, in Section 5, Township 15 North. Range 8 East. '- : ••THE purchaser at- said sale will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 23rd day of February. 1931, wherein Travelers Building- & Loan Association, • was Plaintiff, and Browne & Billings, Inc., et al., were Defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of three months, at the front door of .the Court House, between the hours prescribed . by law,,. In the. City .of Bly- thevllle, Arkansas, on the 6th day of April. 1931, the following real estate, to-wit: . . All • of Lot 8, and the East '40 feet of Lot 9. in Block 3, of Davis-Third -Addition lo Blytheville, Arkansas; and a strip of land-carved out of the SEli of -SW'/i of Section 10, Township 15 North, Range 11 East, described as follows: Beginning-at the Northeast corner of Ix)t- 8. said block and addition, and running thence East 45 feet; thence South 145 feet, thence West 45 feet; thence along the East line-of said Lot 8, 145 feet to the point of be- lien will IK retained upon the land as additional security. WITNESS my hand as such commissioner ami the s?al of said court this ISlh day of March, 1931. (Seal) R. Cecil Shane, Solicitor for Plaintiffs. U GAINES, Commlssloiici. WITNESS my hand and the seal ginning. THE purchaser at said sale will of said Court, on this, the 14th! be required to execute bond with day of March, 1931. (approved security, to secure the PIT? all/, i Last Time Today See William Powell in His Latest and Host Picture Ian of the World' COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the undersierwd commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, "on the 23rd day of February, 1931, whrrcln Peoples Building & Loan Association was PlalntlfT, and Odum B. Boone. el al., were Defendants, will sell at public auction lo the highest and best bidder, on a credit of three months, nt the front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law. in the City of Bly- thcvillc. Arkansas, on the 6th day of April, 1931. the following real estate, lo-wlt: R. L. GAINES, Commissioner In Chancery. Reid. Evrard & Henderson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 16-23 most of the regulars. "I'm looking for a coup!, lefl-handcrs from the rooks. ~Mu.. «v . „..,.,-.,-.„_ .,,, , .,, , .. TT . til? rooms .ic.nb Jim Bnllheart will make it. r.e; won A look : ccrrcs]ion,1cnt had just settled I'.im-! piiance with the terms of a dc-' vcn(lcrc( i >,-,• the Chancery Court , 3»If lor a nic-p na;> when n man-1 CR , C rendered by the Chancery for the chlck.isawba District of ,„'dnlin l-,:nan in tinkle from one of i court for the Chickasawba Lfc-' Missi^vppl County, Arkansas, on square. Then; ( ,-| ct 0 [ Mississippi County. Ar-1 lnc 23 r d day of February. 1031. Boston. like a goat. And Webo.- ^ :n \vned out by that uproarious he'll hit and Held for anybody. Tom , v 0 !ce may never be if srncd. Pcr- . on a cri-dlt of three months, at best bidder, en a credit ol three j th C front door ct me Court House, month';, at the front door of | between the hours prescribed by payment of the purchase money, i and a lien will be retained upon j said property as additional secur- j ity for the payment of such purchase money. j WITNESS my hand and the seal I of said Court, on this, the 14th day of March. 1931. R. L. GAINES. Commissioner in Chancery. Reid. Evrard & Henderson, Admission—^Iii 10-25 & <IOc. Night—15 anil 40c. ___ fl COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba Dis-i tricl of Mississippi County; Ar-l kansas, on the 23rd day of Febru-! ary, 1931, wherein Prudential' In-1 NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S Attorneys for Plainliff. 16-23 HOME THEATRE Last Time Today Place Second Addition to Ihe Mobile, and this kid Lucas from your correspondent went back toj Mccook, Nebraska, ought to hit for, tlu lobby and hunted up Siwii City of BhlheMi.c. Arkansas. ; Gray ready for another lacing at! THE purchaser at said snle will n '1h- game which the Miniature Golf j be- required to execute bond with .approved security. ' "•" NE'.i Of Section 16. Township 15 North. Range 11 East. The purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with rls, Gaston and Russell—and ihose toys arc plenty good—lost a lot of games last year by ons run. That's what I am supposed to correct. "It these kids will just hit for us!" That's III Will they? [WITNESS my hand cir.d the seal of snid Court, en :lvK the 14lh At rtiloxl ! day of March, 1531. ' There is not only one p.ixcphon? I H L. GAINES. at the caur.) ot Ihe Senators at- Commlss:m-.' r hi Char.c:ry. Biloxi. Ml*s.--lhcrc are two. Not Held. Evrard surance Company of America was Plaintiff, and Mattie Brycaris, et, al.. were Defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, oi\ a credit of three inontlu,'at the front door of the Court House, t'elween !the hours prescribed by law, in the City of Blythevlile, Arkansas, on the 6th day of April,-1631, the following real estate, to-.wlt:,. • • Th« SouthsfJt Quarter of.-the'. Southeast Quarter' of, -Section ' 38. Township 18 North.''RaWge 10 East, less four acres -out of the Southeast 'corner' thereof for school, described as follows: Beginning at » point on the North side of the rlght-oNway of the public road at the Southeast corner of said tract; thence 'North 32 rods; .thence West 20 rods; thence South 32 rods; thence East 20 rods lo the point of beginning. THE purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a Ikn will be retained upon said property is additional secur- of the Marsh Addition to .Bly- thevlllc; also a part of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter ot Section 9, Township 15 North. Range 11 East, dfscrlbcd as follows:— Commencing at the Northeast corner ot Block 1. of Marsh Addition to BlythevlUe and running thence North to Lum- ernte Bayou Ditch; thence Northwesterly along said ditch to a point 313 feet due North of the Northwest corner of siM Block 1; thence South to said Northwest corner ot Block 1. thence In tv Southeasterly direction along the North line of said Block 1, to the point of beginning. THE purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure tha payment of the purchase money. . .... . and a lien will be retained upon Ity for the payment ot such pur- Courier News Want ASs PAJ-, [only are there two, but the two are jplayc;! tcsclher. in the faim nf a A'.torncys for Plau-.Mff. lfl-23 [ chase money. WITNESS ny l-.ar.d nnd the seal cf said Cc::rt. en this, the nth day of March. 1031. H. L. OA1NES, Ccir.inlssioner in Chancery. Reid. Evrard .V: Henderson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1C-23 said property as additional secur- Ity for Ihe payment of such purchase money. chase money. WITNESS my hand and the seal ol said Court, on this, the 14th WITNESS my hand and the seall day of March, 1931. of said Court, on this, the l«hl day of March. 1931. R, L. OAINES. Commissioner In Chancery. SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, os commissioner of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, acting under and | by authority of the decree render-; cd on the 23rd day of February. 1031, in a cause pending in said court,. wherein Tiger-Levine Company, et 'al.. were Plaintiffs, nnd W. H. Button, et al, were Defendants, will, on' the 4th'day of April,- 1931,' «t the Court House in Blythevtlle, offer for sale to the highest bidder, upon a credit ot three' months', the following described real estate located In said District, and County, to-wit: Two (2) acres more or less carved oft the east side of the fractional South Half (S'.i) of the Northwest Quarter tNWM of Section Nine 19). Township Fourteen (14) North, Range Nine (9) cast, the land conveyed being about 1070 feet, from north to south and about 91 feet from the old original Meander Line on Uie west side of Big Lake; Also all of Lot Five (5) In Section Nine (9). Township Four^ teen (14) north, Range Nine \ 19) east. | SUCH sale' will be made with I the understanding that all taxes R. L. OAINES, i Reid, Evrard & Henderson, • Commissioner In Chancery.' Attorneys for Plaintiff. Reid. E\rard & Henderson, I 16 ' 23 Altorneys for Plaintiff. 1 — 16-33 R«ad Courier Newt wanl ad». and special assessments which be- \ _ come due or have become due on or before the date of sale, including, any which may have been paid by the plaintiffs and not included In their Judgment, will bs

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