The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1937 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 8, 1937
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PAGE EIGHT! .") BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER .NEWS _ Hurricane's Hardest Game Is Willi Marion in Seml- ; Finals , TYRONZA, Art? ~ Joiusboro'j! Golden Hurtlcanc justified Us .prc-tourney fcuiktng us outsttmd- ing favorite to wlri llio Fomth Putrid cage title by turning tlie trlik Sntinday night,, dpfcntlnc -13ay ln\th«"finals, 40 to 19. " Boy lalel defeated Mai Ion, 40 to 10, (.0 clncli would jilnce and become eligible, along with Joiics- Iwo, to participate In' the strvtc tournament. ' Joneiboro met Its sttffest op- pOMllon 111 Mailqn The Crlttcn- tlm county quintal gave the Hurricane a vigorous oattlo In the ipml-flnels before losing, 31 to 30 , Blytlievillc's Chlckiisuws defeal- td Tnnrmnn, 2G to 19 In 11 consolation rontul game after losing (9 Coming 32 to 28 In the quaiter .final's, • Ttie: chicks, liowever, '• were stymied later In Hie consolation EBmes by a previous loss to Coming . B ti rncy Deck, si a r forward of MarmtKlUlve., bioVc his ami uhrn lie fell against the \jall as he was Buaiillng an' opposing playci. ^Mcyer PiieS o( Mai Ion was lefcted ns the most valuable lii Hie tournament. The all-tlistnct team named by conclie:, was ru, follows- First team—Tilley (Jonesboro), Mai tin (Bay), forward; Wjnni! (llulbcit) center; Alexander (Joncboio), Brick (Munon), guards Second x (eam — Pliarh (Jonosboio), Ilcn- ilersoii (Jonesboio), founiids; foi- wiirds; McMnMer-; - (Bay), center Coopei (Bay), Melzlcr (Jonrsboio) guards. , John Burnett of Joiner (Shawnee consolidated bcliool) was ic- 'elecled 'piesldcnt of the district at an official meeting Saturday, W. iD, McClurkln of Blyt)ie\i|la v>as elected vtcc-pu«ident, Thorn-. ttf, WiUMas of LiiMjta, ^eciclaiy and C S ntnckbmn. 1'nragoiild' treasurer n. . iLjnch, Tjioivn ' v/as elected delegate at laige. Newcomers On Tonight's Card ' At Legion ifiif BY 3. P. FUIFNn Two newcomers make their bow before local, mm nt the Ameilcan legion weekly .\ucstllns .show tonight nt , Hie Legion arena on North Second Sticet, Frenphy J.lfnvttt, } FioiicJi-Caii- ndlan Terror, matches ling tactics with Charles (I didn't do, nuU<J»'> Slnkcy, Coilntlj, Miss/mnl'mran- le, In tbe main event.' Bunny Oliffoid, nimble rooted speedster who linils fioin LoiiLsi- nna,' meets Irish Patiick G'tknult Oklahoma A. & M alumnus anil one of the leading challengers to the middleweight ciown worn by Giis Kallio, battle scarred meian A ninety immilc time limit, two beil tails out of tluce vill goveiu both affairs Exactly the opposite is expected to characterize the matches. The lieavles, Lenvltt and Slnkey, likely will display little science nnd skill but are expected to make itp with' spills and show Clifford comes . with a lepulntlon as a wrcstlci and may lest O'Doudy, who is one of the best matmen cvci to appear lieic A fait, scientific bat- tlp ts prospecth e nnd quite unlikely. Mike Meroncy will be buck nl lib, post as ihiul man in the ling 111 e boxing preliminaries will open the show at 8 p In IIEALTIINOTE It may interest you' to know, inesdniiH'S, that the N'ew York Yankees Ihinl; leap frog is one of Hie best ways to rcduce.-Jlcre Pat Mnlonc Is hois'liY)! his liefly frrmV over Ihe broad back of Monte Pearson nl their St., Pctcrsljurg, Fla., Irainlng camp,; Ihc Southern Association ball club nnd Hip Northeast, Arkansas loop team. ' '; , • > Tlip Balesvlllc '(cum lias beeii considered a d6ubtfiil slaricr In the Class D loop (his season, it Is now understood UinL-BiiUsvlllii has ratol funds to carry on this .sen- son provided It can obliiln a work- Ing agreement with a club In'n' league of higher classincallon. Ex-Chickasaws Arc Showing Uj)i Well At 'Ba.hal UNIVERSITY, Ala.—Three I3)y- thevllle, Ark. boys arc showing up well In the spring nrid practice sessions of Alabama's 'Crimson 'Ildo, now nntlerway here. / Jim Tipton, who played end Itust .sea-son, has been moved to tackle and. Is doing well at Ills new post. Tlpton played one year nt center. \vns end last season and apparently Ls slated for fi'«jiicnl tncklc nest fall. ••'••''•.•.' •Tlie V other niylhcville boys arc two; nii;|)ibcr.s ot lust fall's [rcsli- m:in< leftin facing llw hnrd IIWR- of inaking Die sqimd agninst morn experienced .playcre. Tli^y urn Hei-scliol Moslcy, back,, niid,,Eii- BL'iic Iilnckvvcll,;wlii!iinnn.', .'•"•'": Joe Kllgroiv. wlio played right half most, of last season,- Is set for half next .fall.. Three freshmen, however, nre fighting for No. i substitute position to Joe. They are Mosley, .Charlie BoswcH nnd Prnnklp Rerd (the latter-also nn Arkansas boy, belns from Phic Bliiff). All arc triple threatens, being passeh of the-first water, A- flock of frcfihincn ends arc conihij; up to "give Shocy Shoemaker and' Tut Warren strong competition. Blackwell, Red Oer- ento. Gene Gregory, Malcolm Anderson nnd Harry Newman arc all heavy men nnd rangy. Wurren and Shoemaker are. the only let- terincn returning nt the terminals. Diamonc] Gels Remodeling; Impro vc.'m e n t s Maclo on Grandstand OARUTHBRSVlLLE,' Mo,, March 8—11. w. Clicen, •Inisincss mana?er and .secretary-treasurer of the Ca- ruthcrsvlllc liasoball Association, totlay tiiinouneecl ; IJiat. remodeling n'lifi r.ipltlly being completed on tlie Loitlon Park grandstand, In preparation for Aprlilj;'. triilnliig.' and oiiciiiiiK of the 1037 sen 'an- of the Cariithersvlllc Pilots, we charn- 'plons in tlip Norlheasl Arkansas lA'ague. ' '.. • . ;' . Orc'en-sal<( that,'over inn.'truck loads of dirt hndvfcen placed on tlie dmnio;id, r raising the low spots, and making -the, inllsld practically "water proof,".?lnc6 In Die mlxlnrp Is, in addition to the 'loads of '.llrl one railway'"carload 'of/clav. shipped In here-and which .will make the diamond '"'shed" waiter, nftjr the clny begins to harden. yTbc entire \vooden reserved ;?at section of Hie grandstand has' tiicn raised, and n Concrete'foinidatlon Installed. Th's will comprise -jibou! 500 seats,; which have bcen-dtvj|l3d Into boxes of eight seats each, h'tts press box 1ms been enlarged 1 to eight scats, four more than las' year, I lie second row of four su'nts being Installed'to accommodate yls- itldg 'Sports' ivrJlers... •'. ' . A« eleslrlc, scorcbo.ird willlj b? completed lii nmnle lljne for o|)?n- Ing'day. Tlie board, to be'iilnced al the right hand or nrst base.- 'will clcctrlcAlly recor<l balls, strikes outs, and score by Innings.- It'VllI be'12x20 .feet, aim will be operated frbni' thc/press box. ' i i Orecn said Ihe board of dlf-cc- .lors had decided to crccli a ? wall aroimd-the bulfleld. light, posts, 375 .feet from home plate, to act iis a "simile" for batters. Tho dininoh;) here is located In llic center of a one-hnir mile race trnck. nud tlie vast, open outfield last'year proved troublesome to visiting batters. w ho coinphilned because there -'was 'no "background" against wii'lch - |o stmtlc (he otTerlngs of tivlrlevs 1 • Junior TiUc in Surtc ("age Play JONRRBOnO, Ark.— Jone.sboro's Whirlwinds annexed the state iHiilor high school' basketball chiimplonshlp by defeating Violet III! In the. finals here Saturday Is'll!v33 to 15. .J.oiicsljoro took a four-point lead I half ami v/as never headed, nl- owlng (he Violet HIM quint but lirec'i points In Die entire.'- lost ial/.of the isuine wlille making, n wlnts. Peter Schoetfer; one of, Ciiilcn- bcrg'.s workers, and Jolmiin pusl were the first two men to attempt printing; |ti color. Th;' experiment wtis made (n 1457, , •; • ELEGTRIO i'» ACETTI.KNI! WELD ING AT BEST PRICES PROMPT : SERV10E Barksdafe Mfg. Co. PHONE :il. Kvery ;: Mondny- S T ielit : •:,•;? 8; I\M;;^;f,q:-.:' •• " •• vs. .""''•, ".'"'• ' Krenchy Leiikts- . . ' Kimriy .iGYigoif, i • - : Anicrican, Region:'' Stadium TERRY ABSTRACT & v REALTY- CO. AbstracU, L»nag * Lbin» E. M. Terry, Prei. »nd ftijr, 1 • ' 'e, Art. Batesviile Seeks Aid From Little Rock Club _ _ LITTLE ROCK, Ark.— Officials: of the Little Rock Travelers and tlie Batesviile White Sox are slated to confer here today regarding plan? for a working agreement between all (QOTTII ivnt lor $350 or Feu, iingte; $500 or Ttu, dojtil*. 3 oir-condilioned Uilcuiarli, Cotogt $B(vU«. localed (*n1ii downtown irMolff, ihopping, bvilnui cflitrlcr. WT BE A HAT mt;s*« TIREMAH1ERRY, ^ WlHtfU Bllfc KEEP YOU WARM , RIM YOU. DRINK FAL5TAFF TER BEER.ATABLOWOUT,] !f5 THE Uff OF THE PAR1Y / the original BEER in Bottles I i IT'S THE BEER THAT'S GOING PLACES! Board the band wagon with Falstaff Winter Beer! You'll warm up to its merry tingle, pep up to its sparkling mel- low-agcd tang. Ask for Falstaff Winter Beer today. One sip and you're sold. Order a case for your home, or take home a handy six-bottle bag. • ' PALSTAFF BREWING CORP. ST.'LOUIS-OMAHA - NEW OR1.EANS 'Choicest Pro duct of the Brewers' Art )cfeats-Cardvvcll in Fiimls, Canilhcrsville in Third Placo - ;V: ;i 'OUTAOEVILLE, Mo,_ (Special the .Courier News) — Lilbo'urn von the regional basketball chnin- ilonshlp hero Saturday night 'i by lefealiiig- Card well In the llnnls. !&' to 14. in a preliminary game .vhlch determined Ihhd place 3arulhci-svllle won 0 \ei Mansion' !2 to 14. Tho Cnrutliersvllle-l, llhouru >cml-nnnl tattle, which.was forced ntollu- third'extra period before lounP won, Friday night, Was He otilslnrallng'. game of the tournament. , Lllboiini led rill the way.against lunklln county's representative -In ho minis. At the end of the first quarter;, Cm-dwell was trailing 8 to 5. ,At the half Lllboum .was (111 out In front, 14 to C. nV : llie •nd of the third quarter, 19 1 0 n Unroll and ScniutreU, Lllbourii forwards, led the attack with enroll coimtlnir 13 points • and Scandrett ,.12. stroder was" the calling scorer for Cnrdwel) with Ivc points. .':;•• ,'lly. _vlrluc, of- its!regional- 'tii- uinph Ltlbourn becomes eligible to participate: • In^.^lic • -state 'tburnnX incntint'Cdliiinbln'lalt! ihts mohfti. Second and third place winners are not eligible. BlytHeville Bowlers Hand Jonesboro Defeat JONESUOfJO, Ark. — The Dly- Ihevllle bowling team woji Its first victory from tile Jonesboro howlers In several starts here Friday Jilglit, iilythcvllle took . the local boyti in two out of three games. Alvln and P. Hardy, Guerin M Forrest and B. Olrdley bowled for lilythcvllle while Isaacs, A..Math- Is, Ci. Lancaster, W. H. Camp nnd Hay Sonicrs lossc<l 'em 'for joncs- toro. Rond cmirinr New.i Want Ads • BRYAN, Q, '(OP)-Frank Arnold ;of;V{esl;jjni!iy;tflok'(i.$2p cheek' In payment for some merchandise almost seven years ago. Although the purchaser never returned, the check soon 'came back. Arnold for- E<H nuoiit It until recently when he wirt timiled $20 with interest. A MONDAY, JIAIiCH 8, 193? Have You Visited Our New .Modern Service HlittinnV •"'• 'While, Hose Gasoline fioodyear Tires Willard llalli'rira ftoad Service On - : (las - Tires • Wreeks ,.. . 24 HOUR .SJCIlVlUli ' Oall 033 For rrompt Service Tom Little Chevrolet Co. note.#plalncd that the .writer liad just learned that (he cl'ieck was bad, Reduced Prices On Good Reconditioned Used Cars JM5 i 1535 24 Hour . flest Prices Joyner Motor Sales Call 1000 '•' - Storage A N T'E D Government Loan Cotton Phone 16? APPLEBAUM HROS. , COTTON CO. I Btrtlj uidy. BtythevUle, Art IT'S SPRING . Aji(l Time To Slop Into One of Our Now Snils '.See The New Gurlee SUITS You 'can't help hut .like, 'these new patterns wo are shewing. Together with' the , famous. Curlee finality they're the finest suits anywhere for the money. •Also Dozeiis of Olhcr . . Spring, Suits Ton It Off With A New Hal Fresh spring nioilrls mid similes Iliat will coiniiliiiieiit your licvr I'aster suit. Spving Shoes A complete line of men's font- wear for the Kaslcr .wasim. .SHIRTS'. UNDERWEAR TIES Gay patterns or flic New sliiftS and ni-r.M nn,t . move conservative sh^i, fdr s ,, ri ,, et the * „,„, f " solids ami; «'hit«o comfortable .indwell |; a . S ( cr O . l( ,i, You'll want scvrrai! m;l ,t<,. • - proper rolor. JOE ISAACS, We Oive .ind Redeem Enjjic Stnni|is Now 101 Nort«- SeconiJ .' '" • ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON f D1VARDS, rrnprleloi All matt, of Rebuilt Typewriters. AdJln E Machine, an* r*lculirto«—Repairing—Parts—Kihtioiu '. v-8 . i ina'l faint.. f.o w Milease. .Good Tfres. Plenty of I'ep .in Motor. A liargain .. (;11KVKOI.F.T CO A Oil. Car, Has Kiulio & Healer. Clean Uliholslcry. nuns Perfect. Ollicrs Would Ask S-W5. Our I'riee Is ..... 'Cm:VltO!.F,T COAGII. •Color, Illark. C;o(id Tires, Motor in perfect Conrtl. .<!on. We Save Y'«u SS" On This Car. t!uy It K(J»For Otily ...... , . ...... c m; v it o i, !•: T TOWM SKDAN. 'fhis Car Is Hie Stan <| a i- a . Series. Is ! - I.ffililcr in Wfiglil. Gives Gilflii Oils JIik'a«c. Kquiii- pcd wild Trunk, Kaclio. ^'ou Would K\|ieel 'f'o I'uy Jlorc TlKiii We Arc Asking For This Car. A (!nnd liny At . . . ......... S $-17(1 COAUII. Tills C':ir rs C'ltan In livery lUiiiicct. Has' Good 'fires. Low iMiUfefr. We Itcdueeii Tins Car' To .. SM5 laSS TKIiKAf'f/ANI.; SK1IAN. This Oar Was Traded in , On s 'J7.;itlii[lrl Tcrrupkmc l>y Local • Itcsidcnl. This Car Fs 'In Perfect Condition anil Carrys a Ite. duced Price For This ;W*ck Only ........ ..... 5105 11MB UODCJf! UOUI'K. 'riiis Car Has Clean Uiiholstciy. Good Tires and Sinoolli Itunninif Motor. Formerly Owned by Weal Citizen. •License -for 1931, Included For Only ,. ..'. ....... '.. jag!) — T It U C K S — 1D32 I' OKI) "IS 1 - MUUBL PICK-UP. In Perfect Mc, chanicul Coiulllioti, Has N'cw Tires and 1937 I.i- . cense. The liest Buy in Town .......... . ........ $215 1935 INTEUNAT'ION'AI, PICKUP. : You Can Look at This -Truck and Tell It Hasn't Had Hard Use. Good tir«s All 'Round Sffifi 1929 CHEVROLET H<. TON T It U U K. 111111.,* (Jooil. Only . ...... • ....... ..... s (;,) I92D FOI1D \y, TON THUCK. Drive U Off For Onlv S Vi ISM CIIKVliOLET ly. TUN T R U C K. Dual "wiicrls. Good Fled ami Ready To . Go, For Only .....'.... $inf, Broadway Sales. LOOK! GUaranteed Products on Easiest Credit Don't risk trouble and delay on worn-out or inferior quality tires. Now you can get Goodrich Tires and pay as you ride. ' CHECK THIS , EAJ5Y WAY TO BUY . . 1. Select the merchandise you need. 2. Show us your license Identifica- N tion. 3. Set your own terms. 4. Your purchase is installed at once. NO'RED TAPE • NO DELAYS • 5«e us before you buy • Inc- Phone Ml N'ew Used Car Lot Located in th 400 IJlock on West main S(. ROXY Ailniissioii always 10c ,t 2Rc Show .every night. Matinees I'ri- Sal. i- Suti,. Fri. * Sun. Mali- uecs at 2: IS. Saturday MatiucE al 1:1S, Last Time Today A heart-stirring romance from theheart of Murderers,. k Row. with v s ^PRESTON FOSIER > - ANN DVORAK ' JOHN BEAl 4 D/reclod by Christy Cabanna fin Edward Small Production Also Fox Movietone News am! Comedy Tue.-Wed.-Thur, PAL NIGHTS! a Adults Aamillcd for Trifc of 1 All Children—lOc Bufe Jones - Tires Corner Main and Fifth Sts. Phone 711 Blytheville, Ark, with noscoo Karncs A Lynn Ovcmian Comedy—"Bliieblood 1 ' • : f&'iid Courier, NQWS .want; Ads. "Listener ^ Motorist I" r Twenty Tons Prcssui'c IK iised'Jo a slocvc it>; Ihc. cylinders of your car. A sleeve will m;iliC yoitf* 1 . ntdfor run like new • without clian^iii^ the cylinder si/e. •-, We -do it fiwxl jiilj thii'l leaves 'the .inside. '/(if the".;. cylinder smooth; a joh (hat will stand |)k'n(y"of' hard rlru-.- ing. •'"••' . , : Hall's Gara'ge ; PIT/ lhlnf For Your Entertainment anil Comfort Last Time Today HIS ARMS... she found strength to face an an- 'lii gry world! riltfi Ion Hactarva * Jaan Ota Vim. Gi rgjji * C has. (Ctik > Sil Dieted by fRITZ UNG ltfeoj*d Ih/ti O^.iled Arliil Also T'ar:iiiioun{ News and Xovelty Shorts —Admission— Matinee—ID .t 2Cc TUESMYIS $25 BANK NIGHT ANITA LOOS'GAYEST SCREEN ROMANCE! \ Viva la fun, when an American miifionaicc family hits P.uec— ,-and howl Etiu lit Dnio,' r P,^ ooffd co i\e *{;jt 5) AM°c^S^. BCTtX Marcr F^ " Xovrlly "Camp iUecfin"' Miisira! Shnrl—"ficorje Hall's Orchestra Admission Ma liner". ICc * 2Gr Admission Night IGc .t .".Ge Coming Soon: I'AKK AVKNUK LOlHJKl} SKA DBVILS WHEN'S YOUR lilRTIIDAY READY, WILLING & AIJI,K , I-AST OK MRS. CHUNK' PENROD & SAM

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