The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1938 · Page 8
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>AGE EIGHT Defeat of Bab Roberls By Goss Is Tournament: Upset - Three members of the local nnvi- teur boxlnif team, figliiing under the colors of the Chictosnw Athletic clul), battered (licir wny through the final round of the commercial Appeal'.? Golden Gloves tournament !n Memphis lust night lo win Use championships In ihelr respective classes. Pour other members of (lie team including the defending HeM hcnvy- welgljl clmmnlon, James "Bnb" Roberts, whose pounrtin., fists cnr- HeU him lo the national tournament at Madison Square Garden In New York last year, lost [Jielr bouts. 'Ilic loss of Roberts, a strong prc- tournanient favorite, was one of the )% upsels of the meet, especially In view of Hie fact that he was knocked out early in the second round of his bout with Orloph Goss of Holtoiiclalo, Miss. Thn lanky Mississiupian ns«) his long arms •n fair knowledge of boxing and a deadly right hand punch, to 'floor Roberts several 'times before Ihe referee tolled off (lie mini count. Lying on the canvas was a new sensation to Roberls. who had never before been knocked out In Ills fistic career, ire proved his gameness, however, bv fontiinifns to come back and fisht after being floored by Goss, who succossfnlH eluded the -local athlete's powerful punches. The matches, staged In EIILs Aiidllorium. attracted several thousand tri-state fans last night for the finals, which Included 17 bouts. A large number of local fans were among the audience. The three local boys who survived the finals and brought home trophies, miniature golden boxin? Eloves presented by the Commercial Appeal, were Hugh Haibcrt jr. . winner of the novice middleweight class; Aaron Byrd. winner of thr novice welterweight crown; mid Atlas James. Holland, Mo.. bo< fighting as a, member of the loca! team, who won Ilio novice flyweight division. ' Sonny Lloyd, local lightweight who forfeited his r«mi-fihal match lo Van Dyke Polls of Memphis due to a misunderstanding nmon^ tournament officials, wns presented ir ;\ special exhibition bout to open the show last night. Lloyd \vns pitted against a Memphis lightweight and lost by a close decision after he apparently had piled up n lead on points. Harbert scored with both hands to win a unanimous decision over \ViHInni Seymour of McKenzle. Tenn. Harbert proved hard to hit and eluded most of the Tennessee boy's punches, stepping in and scoring with straight, shols to Seymour's head and body. A surprising verdict by the judges Rave Sum Berzansky of Memphis (he decision over Richard Roberls. local boy fighting in the paperweight class. Roberts chased Berzansky all over the ring nnd attempted 10 make a fight of it nnd the decision wns loudly criticized by the audience. Sound punching again carried little Atlas James of Holland to a win over Tommy. Wllkcrson of Luln. Miss., in the flyweight claw. James had wilkersen groa»v when the final bell somidwl nnd the decision was unanimous. Carthol Hyde, one of the most promising members of the local learn, dronccd a decision to Jack Hosmnn of Pine Blult In the novice featherweight division. Hyde carried the fight lo Hosmnn bill war hit frequently. H was n fast njhl with plenty of slugging. Aaron Byrd of Blythcville came back In the second round to overcome an early margin gained bv Hugh Essary of Memphis anti finished strong to win the novice welterweight title. Essorv. a Memnhis prep school football slar, threw plenty of leather but Byrd survived a hpclic first round and was well In front at the finish. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Lengthening The Line with 10 points, was high for Steele iiid Hedge was high for BraBcndo- ?io with 10 iwlnLs. Rice was referee. Stecle will play Cnruthcrsville U Caruthersvilic Friday night mid iimsual interest is held over the M.VS game as these ore considered the strongest teams in tlic county. Six Games On Round Robin Cage Schedule Tlie round robin schedule to- ilghl at the armory building will nchule six basketball games, it tins been announced. Became of ui early senson arrangement by icme of the teams for (his date he schedule will imve more tennis Sa'iba, Tipton And Hutchins Ruled Ineligible PAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. Feb. 3.— Twelve candidates for the 1938 Rszorback football squad, includ- inz two varsity leltcrmen, n varsity squad man and nine freshmen, were declared ineligible today because of their grades in tlie fall semester. The loss to the squad from first semester examinations was Hie worst In 15 years. Among those declared ineligible were Sub Captain Elect Lloyd Montgomery of Bauxite. Guard Eddie Saliba of Blytheville. varsity lettermen, and Dick Tipton. reserve end from Blythevllle. ' Among the nine freshmen who failed to make their grades were Max Hutchins of Blvthcville and Manila and Vinson \vesleratan of Pine Bluff. There are about 100 active volcanoes In Alaska. Hawaii, and the Philippines. OTT Joe Is&ocs' store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" . , .PIMM MO on a committee lo make sug. j Fulglwm nnd Josephine Cussldy el,,h n , t ''°"" ) ' OS<? for tlle Stol 'y '»' L - K- Ashby; a talk oil club, gave their reports. Plans for plans and projects for the rear hv the basketball lonrnnmenl and club J. N. Shlvcly local leader'cross T™ ,!ZV VC1 'f , ( i lven by T ' "' 1 UCS " 0 '« I>V naytncll Gurley ivy, • s>\xmsQr of (lie group. «.-..... .- ^' A meeting of tlie oosnoll 4-H Cluli was held Tuesday morning, 3, 1938 Maxtne Moore; song by the club "Down In the Valley". Mi.Vi Core Ltu: Coleman tier nnd l visitor ji (lemoaslrntlon agent, the county ngenl. atid tlio assistant county The group- ojiened tlic meclJng l)y singing "America," which w as led by Robbie jjevlll, .son« taptain. 8horl talks were ({Ivoii by Miss Cova l/ce Colcmau, home dcuiomtratloii agent. J. M. Cleveland, local leader, D. S. Lantrip. county asjejit, ami O V. Malocli, assistant county Robbie Bevlll King u solo, "Cov/boy Honii," accompnnlcd on tlir> gultnr by James Nterstheimer. A piny. -The Cenmlry Cousin" was Cmmtry C of tlie mei < by some ihi> following taking |>iui: James' Nifirslhdmor, ness HrmpliUl, Rob- hie ncvlll. Jane Kubnnks, ,1. c. Kubanks. Ivan Ueviil. Virginia Conk. J. W. I'oivt'll, nnd Daj-othy Maxwell. Altei- (lie program, ihp business i session was held, during wlilch the following club captains mado icliorLs: Celba Crear, gardening nn<i (running; Virginia VVadley, clothitig; !» tlio hmljiPM M.S.SIOII tlie fol- lowi)i(; club captains jnado reix>rt.<i' Dtirwood O'llamiou, cotton cap- lalii, repoilcd six members in his group; Theodore Walil, pig C apl li'hi. eight Hienite's; },, K. As |,b y call cupiaiii. four; Hayme)] Gur- Icy, Banlenlng , m d rnnnlng, n member.s; Mnxinc Moore, 2'i \\\ tji e clotliliiB club; Haymell durlcy Jioultry, 16; Majy -nicker Moore. Eva Rutli llrisendlnc, home' i m - provcinent, elehl. Tlnee new inem- . taken in bci-s I'aiiUiic MiCoiniick, Connick, Steele Teams Defeat Braggadocio Cagers STEELE, Mo., Feb. 3 — The Steele high .school Bulldogs won a double header, over —tlie—Braggsu. joclo loams on the Braggadocio coiul Tuesday night, Both games were close llirougli- out and the BragGiidocio teams were In the lend several times. The Stecle girls lind only it one point lend nt first quarter, half and third quarter and they won only by n score of 22-19. In tho boys game Bvaggndoclo' wns l n tlic lead by one point until the third qniir- ter. Steele getting in the lead soon after the third quarter opened nnd winning by a score of 33-28. In (lie boys game Kctciiuui and Burton, Steele nut) Hedge, COOTER, Mo., Feb. .1 — The Cooler WllilcnUs girls team lost lo -Ulfi—BfiUaHl. Bills Ht. Scnnth TiiCK r dny nialit by a score of :|H-1U. Mlfhle was high pointer for the Cooler girls wtlli M points. The Cooler teams do not have a game iinlll Tuesday night when Cariitliei-svlllc comes here for the last home t'.iiuc tills -senson. rlo, all main players ot the teams fowled out. Cnnnan wns high point Bii'l player for Sleelc with iO. |)(%ts, D Bryant wns high for the BrnKgmlocio girls with 11 Bill de Correvont Is To Enter Northwestern CHICAGO, Feb. li.—Bill de Corre. vont. America's oittstnndltig prep gridiron star, decided today to en. r 'P flllL Iic sakl ny al " schot " hc ~ Iwo '"' University wished to his home. ....... ...... lc n'"'»'>tcs on tho In the boys gamo, Bates, " c w " s aMMt1 '' illso hi nnintjc ,«„= I,IM, ,,.,. =..,„,' lo «»'«• Northwestern. Austin Higli Sehool eleven of which stnr. hlso linve plnnncd he wns n . DR Correvont, 18, will enter Northwestern with tlie most sensational record ever achieved by a prep football player. In 10 games last . senson he scored Bh and I S T' S01 ! ° s . "" " " c ln °™ 35 '«""*»"«. , ' «'"" registered 211 points. Seventy-nvc universities and colleges made overtures to him. To Rebuild School Al Hatcher, Razed By Fire ,,.,, II,,,,, 4-H Club News Notes Ufllte linker, Virginia M«- ... ,, • ---" ,...~,~_,, v..v, t ,,iu 3 -iwi> liOlJUHU A'X I'H) '} Him s, 01 ^'"'^. 1 ? 0 '' 01 '* -•">".' *•* «'~ 0 ;::-wto h^ Sheriff Is King of Radish Growers .fONESIJOHO. Ark.. Fob. 2. (UP) Maxwell, room Improvement. A demonstration v/as given for the girls in poultry and hotbeds by Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration and the county agent, D. S. l.intrip, aim his assistant, 13. V. Maloch, gave a demonstration for ibc boys on hoj> houses. 10)' uic noys on no<> houses TV, "luumnus ui acres in At the conclusion" of the mectiiu;, ,,' ', , s , each J' cnr »" eastern homemade candy was served by the ;C r<us " ca(l «oimty—Buffalo island, following' coiiiiuittce: James Nlers- f f ?, s ra " M Ule vegetable on the theimcr, Bess Heninhlll. Rachel Lou lil ?" as Wl «* soil since 1922. tlipimcr, Bess Hemphlll, Rachel Lou Cleveland, Jane Eubnnks. Since Lane Introduced th<Tnulish 'ere il lias become a major money - Tlie Etowah 4-n Clul) was called " lflkin Z cro l> >» Hie county. Numer. t\.;tf,.. ,*i in.nn ---I ,. m . _...._ °us lavmcrs in tiie vicinity of Black Some Mississippi County Club will he on the air from .. .„., to 11:15 each Friday inontliior over KLCN in Blythcville. the county extension agents have announced. Each one of tilt; forty 4-H Clubs will give at leust one of the radio programs nnd a few of tho clubs will give two, to complete the schedule for the year. to order lit 10:00 o'clock Thursday morning by the president. J. T. Campbell. Tlie song captain, Aileen camp- bell, led the group In singing "Ar- knnsns." After reviewing the 4-!f Club Emblem nnd repeating the Clnl) Pledge, plans for tlie year's , work were discussed by E. H. Burns. • county ngenl. Miss Inez Kincaid, •Ml home demonstration agent, discussed projects nnil project, records to the girls, and D. V. itfnloch. assistant county agent! assisted the boys with their record books ami manuals. Fred Smith, local leader, gave a talk on "The Value of Doing Efficient 4-H Club Work." A meeting of the Recce 4-II with " '1 I*(cl-llll£ VI litU iVCT-l,C ihe 4-11 broadcast Is a part of I club was held Wednesday wnn (he daily broadcast of farm neivsjj. w. Akins presiding. There weie ami miscellaneous subject matter of j u members, one leader, nnd U interest to Ihe people of Mississippi county nnd adjoining counties. In January, the programs were given by tlie Armorel, Hatcher, Ynrbro ami Promised Land clubs Some of the 4-H Clubs have held special meetings and listened In Sis a. group lo one or more of the pro- granis. Other clubs are planning to listen in at an early tlnto. The Milligan nidge club will be on tiie air Friday. >. The Ynrbro -i-H club met Tuesday morning with the president, M i 1 d r e d Richardson, presiding. There were 42 members present In addition to one leader and the home demonstration agent, comity agent. and assistant county agent. The following program wns given: song, "Arkansas," led by Jimnita Neul, ... CO ' n ?Ll c l.. fo ' 1 .'' )e . "«V re '- Creed''' it wns announced today by Uircc- loi-s of Ihe school. The .students in (lie 12 grades .•«* ..^i.tnLiii.- ttui imve more ienntsi tilc ^ ow ntlending -school al tiic! :linn the mnnnBement had nntici-! lc! < cl >eragc nnd in a small bnlld- M tfd. • ! ing at West Rldse, one time used n.s a school. Tliu instvuclors, of the school moved out of the tench- crnge, Into private homes, und con- «„ ocen.^m. "Plowing" by club members. In tlie business session the fol- lo , vvh . >s club ra l ltnlus mlulil re P°'' ( -' i: Tne games will stnrt promptly at C:30 o'clock with the follow- ng pairings: 8:30 p. in., Ekron nnd Hickman boys, 7:00 p. m .. Blackwater and Dell boys; 7:35 p m Blnckwnter mid Dell girls; 8:10 p' u., Yarbro and rtrmorei gills; 8:50 Varbio ... i«d 9:30 p. m., Oosncll l»ys. boy.s. Blythcvllh! nnd Dyess Cagers Divide Contests With Keiser DYESS. Ark., Feb. 3 .-The Dvoss btiskelball team split n ttoiiblclircull cr with Keiser Monday iii»lu the uyess boys winning 29-19, and the Keiser girls winning 41-7. Read Courier Nesi Want Ada imrtillons were removed to vert the rooms Into ones. Hatcher, which I* community one and Holland, cotton cnplain. reported on four members in his group; Cedl Johnson, pig captain, reported on 12; Rachel Gnincs. enlf captain. Iwo; Jane Slues, gnr- dcning and canning, one; Hovsetta n- -o - .............. „.-.-. ---------larger' French, clothing, two; and Dorothy ish. poultry captain, told of the farinhig; work of seven members taking hnlf miles' demonstration. this , nlf HiehK'ay 40 near I.epnnlo. has 1 Miss Cora Lee Coleman. home no public building. dcmon.stratiou agent, gave a dem- The destroyed books oi the ole- onstralion to Ihe girls on garden lur- illy and canning nnd poultry, nnd being ( the county agent, D. S. Lnntrip. and uK-ntnry Evades, which nre lur- renbced by Ihe slate. A "poV--| his 7ra'istnnTD.' V.^'M^iwir'g'avo lion ot ihe books was saved. ] n demonstration to the boys on hog ' ~ j houses. Two members. Billy Chnp- "Golrt in Them Thar 1'runr.s" SAN PRANCISCO l UP) — Tlie mcdctu version t.s "There's gold in them thai- prunes." California prune growers have received more than Sl.000.000 on their 1931 prune crop from the Prune Credit Corirorntion. • man and Horsella French. ;vho , .... visitors present besides the home demonstration ngent, and ihe assistant county ngent. The group sang "Columbia, the Gem of tlie Ocean", which was led by Willie Mae Akins, song captain. Tlie following program was given: talk, "My Mag", by Ora Lee Craig; talk on "Valentine Day" by Willie Mae Akius; song by the group, "George Washington Song." 1" the business session Billy Stalling, Pig Caplain, reported on three members in his group and Ora Lee Craig, Home Improvement Caplain. reported on two in her group. A demonstration' in Home Improvement was given for the girls by Miss Cora Ijee Coleman, hams demonstration agent, nnd the assistant county agent, D. V. Mnloch. gave a demonstration on hog houses for the boys. Mrs. Roy Neil is sponsor of liii.-i club, The Promised Land 4-H Club met Wednesday with (lie president. Calvin mil, presiding. There were 22 club members, three leaders aim six visitors present, Tlie group sang "Arkansas." which was led by Ruth Fulglmm and Eva Huth Brisendme, after which the following program was given: talk, "Day Dream," by Josephine Cas- sldny; jokes by Hazel Gurley, Ruth Want to sell lirlrk nldg. on Nnrll: 2nd St. Ural bargain for i)rrm.v iicnt investment. G. G. Duidill NOTICK OF eOM.MISSiOXER'S SAI,K Notice is hereby given lhat the undersigned, as Commissioner of the. Chancery Court for the Chlck- nsawlm Dislriil of Mississippi Comity, Arkansas, acting under authority of a decree rendered December •). 1937, in a cause wherein THIS'/MAKINGTOBACCO THAT'S GUARANTEED THE NATIONAL . JOY SMOKE BOWL FOR FUN FOR SPORT Bring Your Party ALL WILL HAVE FUN Sudbury's Playhouse FOR HEAVY DUTY HAULING . . ONLY $95.00 1931 Model A ;i/ 2 Ton Truck DW CC This is a good truck and priced for (piick sale. Only §•12.00 down and SM.oo per month. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY 5th & Walnut Phone 810 PHONE 810 U From All Angles • . . nnd llie answer's ahrsj's the same. ... A car ilisi's READY Is not only useful but Is SAFER TO DRIVK. Ml " s leal your car FBBH OF CHARGE lor I'osslblc faulis. Our work is GUARANTEED. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY the distinction of / ow of ' / ow o tiic largest radish growers' In the nation anil sheriff of Craighead county, nils week started prcimriii|. for "is annual crap of ij,c popular vegetable. Lane sows thousands of aci Oak. Moueite ami Caraway have followed uine's example. Farmers now depend on radishes as a re»u- !nr.spring cash crop. There were 48 carloads of (he vegelablc shipped from (he county in 1937. ami during the precedim year nearly double ibat number of cars transported radishes to all points in (lie mid-west from this vicinity. Lane often has netted more than $100,000 In n single season on his radish crop. Each year his sprin" cash crop of radishes has given employment to more than a score of idle fanners through ti month or six v.'ecks. Noiih, Range Nine (fl) East. Tlie purchaser will be required to execute bond witli approved security ;md a Hen will lie retained upon the property until the purchase price is paid. WITNESS my hand ns such Commissioner mis February 'j IMS. A. P. SMITH, Commissioner, BliaiR. & Poiidlor :)-10-17 KUIdlors for I'latulill. XOTK'i; W COMMISSIONKK'S SAI.K Notic<> is hereby fiiven thai Ui undersigned, us Commissioner o Ihe Chancery Court for tlic Chick asawbn Dislriit of MissLssipp County. Aifeatisas, acling undc authority of « decree ix>ndeivd Dec oinbor 4, I'.rj't, in a cause wiicrrli Ameiican United Life Insuranc Comiiany, i m: ., w(,. s pUilntill, am V. K. Fox, ei :[ |.. w ,i rc (jetoulatits will, at the door of the coiir liou.sc in Blythcvllic. on the 2411 of February, I9:)g, oircr loi to the highest nnd best blddci "i)on a credit of liirec months, tht litllu'.viny ilr/iciibi'd proiierty lo- ctitcd in the Chictesawbu District or Mississippi Comity, Arkansas to-wit: North Half (N'i) Northwest Quartw nnd tiie fioutliwc.st ISW11 > of the Tlie "loud" pedal of n piano M more nccurntcly called a "felcas"' pedal." 1 Read Courier News Want Ada, of ihe iNW',1) QlHUU-J 1 North eiusi Quarter (NEli), ail i n Section E>Bht <8). Township Fourteen iU) Nartli, nnjjgo Niiw (9) Bast. 'I'lic purchaser will be required to execute hoiut with npprovcc •security and a lieu will be retain «1 upon tlie property until the imrchn.sc price is pain. WITNESS my liaiut as such Commissioner this February :i A. P. SMITH, Commissioner. Shane & Fcixller 3-10-1' Solicitors for Plaintiff. American United Insurance Company, Inc., was plaintilf, and J. M. Mullican, et a!., were defendants, will. «t (lie door of tile court house In Blytheville. on the 24th liny of February, 1038. olfer for sale to the highest and best bidder upon a credit of three months, the following described properly located in tl)e Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: Southwest Quarter (SW',i> of the Southwest Quarter (SW'ii. in Section Seventeen 117). Township Fourteen vH) WARNING OHDKU IN THE CHANCERY COURT CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS. Nell K. Earnest. Plainliir, vs. No. G(ii:i Henry J. Earnest, Defendant, The defendant, Henry J. Earnest, warned lo appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of U»> plaintilf, Nell K Earnest. Dated this 26th dny of January 1938. H. M. Craig, Clerk By Elizabeth Biythe, D. c. Claude P. Cooper, Atty for Pltr Oiino E. Bradley, Atty ad Litcni. 27-3-10-17 IN WARNING OKDKIl THE CHANCERY COURT CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS. J. E. Vinos, Plaintiff, vs. No. C012 Sylvia Vines. Defendant. defendant, Sylvia 1 Vines, warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of tlie plaintiff J E Vines. this 26tli day of January 11. M. Craig. Clerk By Elizabeth Biythe. D. C. Claude P. Cooper. AUy for Pltf. Gene R Bradley. At!.y nd Litem. 27-3-10-17 «'y Jiop of T. W. Samuels is distilled ami :.l r,! the T.W. Samuels Distillery. For 93 V""i » f imucls has supervised ils distilUtion. Arkansas Distributor Moon liis(ri(,,,tt nB company— Little Kock , CHAHL1S f. MIUIR Everything for your enter*' tainment and comfort. ! Admission Matinee !0c & 2Gc, Admission Night IGc & Me Last Times Today "vtj# ;"^ Again America is on Ule in I'arainoiint's Hoarjng „ "f the Winning of the West, Tho i mightiest adventure Komance ever l fil'iied. Wilh JOEL McCRKA, BO1S i JSUKNS, FRANCES DEE, LLOVIt l NOLAN, Henry O'Neill, Porter 1 Hall, ltolii>r( Cummings, Ralph I Morgan, Mary Nash an(1 j,,| m . Muck Brown. \ Also Paramount News & I'opcyt, [ Comedy. Admission Matinee lOc & 2Cc ^1 Admission y; s \,i Ko & Friday Only vilh R e U y Grable, Larr.v • Urabbe, Eleanor Whitney', .' lohnny Downs, Yacht Cltil) > Roys, Hen Hh,e and Dorothy £ . Lnmoiir .'; Music, Mirih ana Romance i j Msu March, of Time anil Slior!^ Admission Matinee lOc * 2fic/ 'j Admission Night 16c & Xc Coming" Soon: lOUA'WOOD HOTEL MANNEQUIN STAGE DOOK SVEIIVBAY'S A HOLIDAY OXY ..u,.,,.,.,,„„ Arrays IDo 4 Zoo >how every night. Matinees *-rf. , ar, Saturday -& Sunday Only. ':' "day & Sunday Slatlnees sl»r( 1 :' 5 p.m. Saturdav i; n :iiinimn» ' «»/ Liu.iuaj' iitannees alAif I •— p.m. Saturday Uailinuo'iu ' bowing fr otn i to u . 30 pm .1; Night shows start 6:45 p.m. : ,ast Times Todan PAL NIGHT! Jilulls admittnl for Ihe price of I children admillcd for price of I \vilh Wayne Gibson and Scott alfon Also selected shorts Friday - Saturday! THE'ONE AND ONLY BUCK JONES W01LYWOOD ROUNDUP A Columbia Picture Also cartoon & serial, "Tim Ty- 'cr's I,ucV." Continuous sliOwing Saturday Monday, Feb. 7 Braddock-Farr Fight in Slow anrt Actual Motion. Siwi matlncc 2:00 n ,ra. Admission M«T. Deo 10o A 26o; Nl

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