The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1934 · Page 6
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PACF SIX ill 1F8 I9J iff 81! iiHiii! 'ill) of HlyiJK 0 \Vn J B (AJ!K.) COURIER fTiiTfck I niled I u s taff (n ( i n ( | , l BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Ul 1 ) —In tilt di <if us l in i «••, mot ill co e i t th Unive tt\ i A t if i VVf! K. > '{c ih (Km, n ( ' I > 1 lll(' I IK 1 il H t T > 1 & I 'III tl III II im i \ ('i. pi , nt rl )i i' mi 1111 I •> L ' lie t< un of 111 i u 1 i (1 c ( if lone 11 i i ii, I 0 (u! t H i he tor K K, i ,. 'Ml ( ) | ! llJISt (0 )l 1) ))| Molllli Lr j \ 'u hijjplo j SI it( ' il ill fli Ji 1 nil II' I l / I ' ,. ! " ' 1 in j, nc>o t s '« n I'll' !> i i t \ u , h \ D , 1, JIH I I J, ] B MONDAY, 10, 1334 . 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Moore! dropped Dick uid passed to Stith-j 'Ofl " n ^ lK) ^ l nniHe| untouchcd'-ilie. j-j) I Cainobill k[ ^er? rmi fi/i... ..I-,.. -"i ^ . _. N ii i *Vj 'ilWn win in-ini! logct i- i^t ' -^ U *s ,^ Howing: ' *- "X , <-> ^Sx\i£P I '•"'•- l "'Jl't, Floyd i "j I ^ A -^ jt\ W;"| •'• A. '(/-ecu. ' > i /- /-^ ^ifTfJ ^ / VI. ^,'jifjiilil IH,,1,1 v.i. * -^ ^ v ' -^ canmoiii u i-eii (on ,. v men G-!mpb<-n returned ! ic) oif to r| n fid-, 9'< r n HE i.co-irie MERlCAM I-E46KE |N KA^E - '.':/fti and Branson filirniiv ;il(.-(I in Swni-Finals of '''is!; Toiiniriy [ li. A. Lynch and mil Pollard l v.jll mi;i-l ituxi. .Sunday i n ( i lt , I dirals dl the niyihcvlllu couniiy cluii'n iiiiiiunl goir toiiriniipctit (11 ii Sli hoi? match. 'I'hu piiblie Is invited to v.atdi the match, nich- »«1 H. Kcinsmn, club pro, nii- .'.yiidi iidvnnccd tr> the Hank y.'Hcidiiy l.-y disposing of j. p I.eiul, :; and •>, in a hr.rd fouj.;lu niiiii;!). Pollard won in handy JrtEDion over U. s. Branson, l,y .'< rnnrCTii of li and 5, in Ui e oiiiw .'T-iril-llua! innlcli. !';iifi:!i,-i for linn);; j,, fl| e j (ls fMlii::' tliaii. the clmmploiBliip llu^ii win lii-iii!! logcther Hie 10!- I2J9 OIIFD VI :i-4 ]rw M:iy f:'J !,-fi HO :t-f! fin j-'fi No Co-EJ Sponsor 1 FOJ- Lfniversily Bane „. : i/w • "/ »*MIU Mi''' 1250 J2S!)'1253 l"57 ~ f/ 12r ' B >-'•>'•> 12,10 125V i,™!-™ 0 'UI'l-Ths Unlverslt i"'> IM3 1254 i MO i^.. .«' lolcno band | S eoin-, abn Ot IW 12.10 wa law ' v '" !l lts fenlnr nmis drim;mafo .SiloLs closeti ;;fn"-. ^,, ,,. «.,«« " . Iwnusu if ii i tin 1-1 f „ I- i.." , " J '" i ££^ it/, f . ••-••" •I--* * i 't ii in j uiiii^ (nil i)] nil in n l '-77, nil- i'•'-''Rusi; Kiilhcrhie tVcly.'deaii o iram™, h opposed lo "exploiting ]": women stiifcnLK foi York Cotton NKW YOltK. me. 1(1. l UP)-Out >;i cloftd steady. i apcn liisJj Iw.' £:•>•>; i 1218 1250 12<;; 1250 1249 1251) 124 a ]2.ju 1250 1239 125) 1253 1255 1258 125! 1554 1250 I2aj ian I2 i}2 1237 1228 l;»3 |22;j 1 1273. ti'j !,. j Jsiis Rlliol, comely co-etl hat .""'V:!-'; 15 . 1 ! SJ : or " iai : <* »* bami Dec J.'.ll Mill- Mr,- Scientists Will Lead Geologist; Aeton IlilihL. Chnite dinner ^-. .1. ';. Hijrnr.s. f 'I'hird Dljiht, O. W. Con>"il,'e "i','"i' I'.-'.. ISoyle llimdiirson. " l ., Anlon iidvuncecl to ,j lr nnal'i I „". I'/ flfopiuilnjt or F'urmii' KiiKl:i':ici 'irAIr ' |'.V»-JKI|>. uiui'i'm. Leech ; - *'••' lil'.' M'irii-iinal iinuvii |, y i^.. li'iiin (.',. (;. lliUjjijirri. i:i!:-!Kfv inoval iiilii the Inml;; of i In 1 .'.r'ttnid (halit on u dcrlnnli 10V/A CITY, m. njp, _ W |,cn Steo.uHhls f|. om S | y _ midwc.stern rr, F rj • !" r' l 7? "' ako lhcir " n "«"l "eld tour iJlOCff '/ riCCS\'' f " 1I> LlPPer Mksls.sf|)|il rcgioi lll!>:L Bummer, they w m t)c le( i j, HKW YORK, Bee. 10 <UI>, - •."'" l ">l'"-''- > >ILy of l mva sc je; „,. Blily fuvoraijle steel new.s uivl A ,,J )alty wi " ler ivo here nexi jiii'.pllon nf l)iiy|ii-< In g o|,i .,,,<) "'"Y - 8 "ml"!' the direction of i-<i Moeks, (itsuditti the '.Mi'-K I !' ', A! '"""' °- 'I'l'nwlwidjse. head ""•^ i! -- ior«'CT%rKv t™~ui' rar ' »;; ''WniMH' und""!^ rjlf u,nn V.'HIUC. IN THE MIDDLE Of A OANCH: OM A NEV/ VOSid &TASE KIULED V/HICK RAN UNDER HIS F lll(: ClO.SI' III,. ']| S |, v;[i .. h ._ lj liiyher witji H;I> ...iiv,.i.1 . . mil. :i ii)ii'-ii]) win. ovr-r Mv< IHM in l;ivp thr- pmirinn „, l':> : ii'- fJflnsn- In tin, night ihnis l!arnt»i-H(;ld iiiaicjj ivi- ihc' (il ihc <ir ( y. ied«e and n?M\o at\i br.th into l,h,. lln,,h ,„• Ul( . Lj ..,, vin Hie (lefaiili lotnt, Cl) ... . nrivftiiclMK (hroui:h dcfuni' ,<» I'. U. Wavren nn<| n ;! ndc,-oii |t!irouj)ii del:nill of R. ,j c.'ro'1-..rt .A. T. :ind T. Aniiranda (,'op|icr l!,-l!lli-lieiii .4if.pi t;li|e.s .Service IWM (,'olu . f!'')lernl Ainei uho wn.s liirkled on If e Coura "H i McPIc;lH Al ibama biockini' linct;' nne.ceitc. s i*-rt/,' pass on i)> e i( ;=>'"' 'O" ib Suthnr bolted! inioiifii l c L for 5. .Cain drove ; l:ir| p«, [ 0 rj cil sinith. who! J'rfS SnUb-T lsliln " tu "°"-' Jo-- tr ichdosui ">e e in point from 11ton o C IW II n P Tf iw ruhij Hits' As HciKJcfson Coach! Mai- ilccorci Of Marr Al Armorv ,%. |.'i Harry Gray son Niiv; York 'centul .'.'.','.[ Phillips I'etroleiirn liadio Corp ' .Simmons Beds Si. 1-oiilK-Snn Francisco Sliuidnj-fl of N j Tj'XiU-, CO ... U. S. Steel ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'" U. S. .Smelting ...]"" McKossoii-Uobbins Zc.'iite .. :il IID . r i-S I i- p ! KM I--' ;!'< 2fl I-I :»a 1-2 ::;; :)-: 2'J :i-;i •i :M is i-ii 5 5-3 10 5.3 1 5-8 41 1-2 20 3-4 125 1-2 NEW YORK, .Dee. 10.—Coaches generally nve In favor of mt cl .i n '••'•'"'. ^v.'li^ll, ••"......*] ..-..n. LJH- 10lli!H llllu ^ H'l^mtl {; in in C'i'-nax l'i PiU^- Pnt i ! '' :Rll>- li''(il)|'!ci' wlin has proved looiljehlnd the line , , "r. ll> '- Ul;1 ^.-Ol-1 iciiirh for nil opponents he hashlie prarc«i ' |i«ei horr r.o fur, wi r take on mi-j ins to be at t M.ier wrestler v.'lio hart raiiic-ivl. open high luv , cla , B .' " "• "'^^itn:; I3 CC 101 3-8 101 1-2 ICC 1-'; 101 i 4 me code so.ns to permll collegians May 102 3-4 103 01 7 • n ^1 forward P a.ss from any polnl i —_ ° 5 " 8 Wheat i ow «n(l I'rnf. I'hi; ii«id trl|i, ihr- ninth n v C1 ,,.. '..'on or us kind, will comprise an <'iKlit day lour in tin, vielni'ty 'ol »*^R G K^*^ t £* liwa. Wi!:eoii..ilH. ni!, lofc nn(! M ' •''"" will ),<•• included In the on- . -;, WASHINGTON OMCE. EfAtN,WAS DISCOVERED GU ' LTV Gels Watch Back as Teacher --.i.iliyj, MfiAS\ ( UP I — Miss Esther O'Brien, while i sen- l" y'e.u.fa^"^^' "; Bl '.-^™ ! , Wist watch on a tab™ aii^'ncvcr! saw it again , lrui , recDtm fe XieT" 31 Cflme ' baCk l °' UIB mcknge wus so hlurcd It was impossible to determine where IF LEFT TO CDNOlTIOMi OF WILD NATURE AH- FANCY BREEDS OP GOLDFISH WOULD DISAPPEAR IM A. CHORT TIME. nt tr, [hi, orwni im erfe,,nce t"u Jlinior " teacher at School the watch lind come from it still ''• wns ticking' strongly, however. 'f N«w l.oealed at 10! North Swond ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor makes nf rebuilt Typewriters. «adln» Repairing—rarl IcgiF.le Dispulc instead of ha'v- j!"", 1 ;' tc '™ 7s . tlrew a V «T Hue line five yards behind ; n,,,. fe ""J lo> ; mcnt of »«> lateral. I i iiu Life of the lateral ^^ men before the p nss , vas spun ,,,-t u,,.,,,, i-w 1, vi.«h fr,. u nvrrinl < , ( , n:il)|fii viii,' I ( |i[ :i •.,-{ FIPu- - i II r \irrt pniuv ior Im ton v .v,s J: ,Mui!i"f.,t «l'.«»e.v, al'juu.,1 " W il,l mn , Dl ' '<." '< 1 n 111. .inldllne (Jiic t in «|r»e on u of Walter Ainier )ttlc il cr W <lt i li sent ninny rrvrve 1 ;''••''•"• into th» lui ip sin n io|i kicked off ">•'• to Clno(i uho leturned to his K ' :: -.0 'ov- h t o tn two tlinist.s ai,>':'. tnc nnfiline CTuig^n pmiied tn't'-"': Holln TIIO tnri^a hack 15 to ihe '''•" Cou-"i- i, nolle pimled out mi : ' ! -'' the \\"iii«ion 15 Schwartz Inns-- •'•"• ed ttnojgh ticHe for «, and then' ;:; li.!)£td (."nln foi 7 He failed to •''•'• ealn on l' t next, piny. Tonkin : - :: ' nctacd > VT d Hollcy rclurjicrt Film = i s 1,1 nt to the Tide 33. Jlo'lcr let th ougn center re- •\ersea his fi-ld nnd ran 35 lo l!ie Coii"-=r 2tj ^ O '!e\ spun through foi 4 lici is loiif pass failed Hol'cx u sioppccl, at the lino Whtvorlh vis called tack to Ijnot 1 fl"ld pni from phircinent Tlv' final period was fcoreloss. ( ^ ^~ ' ! L " vacn <j£Tw:r 0s Rural lenrii-r.'iin '''--li nf csnri'rrnn E.!er:nr,n nlaved n -•>• t^i: \,'ii-; nrj^ it member of :'.: ::oci't;iun mul his protect «l aeinl on. "•™-"\ hail unusual sticress University /hi ' sii drcliired sanitary. , With forward . 1W ; :il)le> any plnce behind 19.13. over Sn» Wa ' S '"'•'""'P''^ line of The removal of t| ]c M*'< X'cnmmuii donble for' '""' ( " n ''"' ml l' nss "W ponnls- scoring '»™iii|>icic increased i-lli' Clmplain, noted comedian •l^ 1 -'' " lly p '" cp t ' pillntl tllp Hue of The"'removal of u,,. tM[t . (•'-!!(.- ih "City Uirhts," win' j,. "^ ''••"• S1 'y uassni-s would -'-yai'd penalty for more ih,m ™ ;'>i | im|iei-..ronnllrm of Chap- j"^,,, I)PU ^' ^"'^jf . 1 '" sllcd : Kor "nswcceMfm pass in a scries of ni wre.stliiiB show. £p.~nr]('i»i Cag'-n Tcsni is Organized At Wiis llie r. M sc "T ol north Ml-; "Issipli Co uv IM!) meet, in (hel v.f^U\ "c in nf inrkoiball nn,r tio< al Hie Armorj huildir.^ •ri,uv> o it n m Sme inleresttns Ram r v-ill IP pVu d In t iims O f Vm rai c *ooh T.i fi.c He fo, the nigh, !r>1 P them pass conscious ' ' .^^.itd luiuard 1-ntcr.Tls made It essenl' i line of scrim- '|'c ball u e easier to" handle S 1 1 put the bur- !'«• .leniand Ihnt all hS follow '"••! .-• -•• •"«.• "L-iuusc. i it. Senior pimvic , 'oiiow s-'si.;^ 'zr'xrs; s ="£=;sK?rv" i.u iiu' i>;mli" M-o.-ito s,..i_... p £01)110morn ^ * *^"mn ui their . .*. finnivt li. i,,, .1 .1 . i^«] S. TrC- f^S.'.^^^- 1 ni"''fti|, ,'-l :! '' 1 ' l "' cu awarli i"d In i'l'v i' 1 'nV.-' 1 ' nr ' KW( '"• I'ayder, Uim. W '-i i'-'.'i "' ! '! 1K|SIV ' M'Kley, Wal- nnd Phillip MclViii ;.;'v of jirkfin.s.-o;, j;;u - moh ' ! " n0 ,' S '! 0 ''" ,"i'l llls ' t - coile g e.' V |im" Ted .'.!'.• r!l ' 1 ' ^.,ir,i\ P.oliin^nii, clcali.1 NMl.te and Alljerl Brcemvnll. Wll- Jfnviet. Chess Champion To Seak !nlcniat'l Honors r.l \^ ir->( hd S j r i s . m.,' r ter vs. Go-nell bo s; D, B.ojiiloii, hiys: V"ihro v.- .ft rmo . l:. v <imiin s |) lT . 27 '.,, ' Uu , '>",:-. fhi.js Club ill lirit.i'n proposed alteration c the halt dead and in of Ihc offensive team and !U1(I t n Ya j '05 Anncrc'l. elrnion . , "••'• '-v'ie:i I';, won 11." MUihi'i or ilio u s s ^ Ccoter S:»»ocl Teains !" Defeat Bel! CagarajSl COOTER Mo~L The Cooler! i \/iHc"t3 voi n aouble header over lie the Deil ArK teams In two frvsi'lir. B^-ies here Fridiv night. L-- Ihc Cooter girls \ion..37 to 12 and the Cooter bojs vvbn, 28 to 19' Dorris Barnelt star Cooter far- Ward \\83 high psint scorer Xoi the prls with 33 points. Blllington nas high Ecorcr of the bojs game with 15 points Thp name was very close until Hie final Billmgion, Cooler h.' 1 ! i;!i!.,v;l. ;Jin o>;lr-ni:-;v'p:-t: l^''"i ' Hn:.-,i. 'it' rrt,- 4 ^ 1 ';'^ ^T^^^^^^Z V,?'l' . C - lOT'.ftt, S. -- -•• Al , 01", Brownlco and •-tibstitutes'. ~.. u ,.., Ll .^ niiu uei Cooler, Strong, BJjlliHm, "if, Gcsti'lng, Uarecr. I'hono 777 Ni^lil—Sunday—Anytime tliiick and ncrenrJablc Wrecker Service Motor Co. - ("<• line of scrimma a,.,-! penalty iwl!c[cd . '• nt'fliosn of tin, is not to do-' .1 team of an earned i-ni,, l.ms ijy .„,.„„ ,,j ;lcing „ Mi'fs r,n il,., ,; orl | ',,„„ " tlle DR. N. L. CISSELL GKADUATE VETERINAniAN Located nt nob flfirris' Sales Stable Plionc -m Blytheville, Ark. , h(> p '. Rule., r:nm,n!tlee sl.cn! , i ebnricaiinn. rn||, r ,. ,,,,,, '"•'" To eliininiiie mllc |, delntiin' tlieiv must lie a elcarer inlerpren' "nn in recnvd to ivlien Uic for ; '•-.•irrt m-osre...-, of the ball is stop-' .."il. Coaehes repeatedly charged •nrp=in-: nlnyers uin, lai,. rn ||| n< I i-iUle ijelnn downed. Cert'niniv' FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. DK1T. :ESTLING AKMOUY, MONDAY NITB JIMMIK PARK1S11 vs. JOHNNY MARK ^ Out or 3 |.- alls , 3 ,, our Umt \ ' Mrt " K l.ON CHANKY V s. WALTER MILLER 2 cm of a ril || Si , Honr , im|t •''"•••" >S'ce One C:ud And You'll Never Miss Another! T/sc Search for VALUES The gold ov silver miner .does much work before his mine is on a paying basis. That's "development work." He carries, on in the hope that soon he will come to the pay-streak and wijl have his reward. Compare this miner to your reading of the advertisements. Not everything yon read is of vital interest to you at the moment. But many thousands of others are reading. One finds a well-recommended suit or overcoat at an attractive price. That's a pay-streak for him. Another rejoices to find a sales announcement of coal, or coke, or furniture. Another wants the latest automobile or radio, and is mightily pleased to find the advertisement that tells all about it. •The advertisements carried in this newspaper are helpful in the business of living. They tell of equipment, appliances, tilings for personal and household needs. Take note of the things you now have in regular use. What first called them to your attention? It's likely that you first read about them in an advertise^ ment. Other good values await your choosing in the advertisements in this issue.

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