The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 17, 1934
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FAGZ ft'&Vd'W i6 ^^£<$®&'& and, Harold Crtech OH furnlshl™ „,,„«?„? ;f5'f.Lfc_ "" h f " Defeats W. j. PoJIaid On* Up; Acton, digger, Lpppedgc Winners A Lynch , on ' t j lp ^ .*,...., w *,n i^igjgiir, niCKeni narold Crtech sr<> ftirnlsrilnir, ft.n .,p,-=sltlon for the fetw'ard iste. , W. V". Robinson ar.j "Tcotlf" Ealrj, both' it the d>'MI /nark, ore swious contenders for first string forward du|y, and' Ma.llnevrs and tssttr Bonds hiU* rim 6 ,' 1 '*! 80 ? 10 r-w'piriieht. at guard doty. About ttn morp arc o'lit for rfie f. fju'sd. • • ;.: By Harry Grayson ----- T- • v.-envt, ,uij exceptions, the (."cnlskej- ?msllfr . cf ;.hyers he l;?icr, ? CcnrtnUon Host . (OT)-Dorin s (he last Clilcago Has fc « n l"«'t to ns, *•!(>, 5n . of-1 jawoullng to Die' Aaaclaiton of , ...u players rrnm Newark to funiish n •Riipperl, liqrrow &,Co, Is look Henderson. Yesterday's over Dnylo ill battle was n the <vuy fxC ept for 'the 'flrts'l. The new chamnlon''!..^'* > ™ r -' i ; ,'' <K ' Mip.Cfiri.liy ,,-,, --.- down by thr- rX'f S» ne » wltw * «"" fiat nine and took n kid that he Iieya ^relinquished At ,he ch.l in!! far ulii-ad, for i.oesn't come up until next r'dll. . In the meantime, unless the New York club dismantles Its present nrrny -or "vMlerdny slurs," It Is to finish lower In the 18'ir, KITZ - * Last Time Today Mat. 2:30, I0-25c , .Nile. 6:45— lOSc .' '.ANNE TOM in rf<scm ' the ftaf, 18 hole moiping, I^nch Pollard Rai unable 'to gain on P,i^ h i"! l "?, tl " r ' 1 'ound but sliced a hole off Ljnch'.^ lend Iti dm P'ayccl Sunday (0 d_hy two holes. Tnn , .r, an 1 "" 1 1)ellCTC fim H>l " ''"" !n(o tro " l)lft mini round Lynch Ird one going into the final hole cinched the championship W | 1C ., he halted It with Pollard Medal scores of the tliinllsl.s li the charnplon-'hlp flight were lilgl but (he close fl B lit staged . offset the scoring liguie- A small gallery .turned out for the finals Medal scores v,ere Lynch—3<t-4l-4MI}-l(il Pollard—HMl-41-41-103 Par 37 , In n .blind hole event n A Lynch won on the first round his total of 12 strokes bclni? ton- for three blind holes on the first round, numbers three', fho nnd suen, and tied with W ,1 Pollard, Cecil Sliane and E 1) 'Gee for Ion- honors on third blind holes of the second round with 15 strokes, the holes being t«o. four, nine Lyncli's grand total of 27 strokes on the is blind holes won him the award for the cunt ,- up ,» n ntlvnncei1 _. Howe nnd Ihetr only cer- •M..(itr», and Mickey Coch- nny need -.outfield .replace- bffore next season Is fnr 'ANNE OF ;• fiREEN GABLES' . '— ADDED— "Mail house Noveily" %'ardeu Parly" Comedy '.Paramount News • Only 7 More Days Unlit Christmas Parker, Chancy, - Firjio, Wilkci-sbii Qn Armory Cai'd Jimmy Parker ?i,d. Lon Chancy lylll 1 - toss .each other around the rfnK,' and. aiaybe ouslde for the cdlflcauop of tonight's audience at Uic ^nwican Legion « resiling 'Hio?/vat the xrmorv tfljb, ^ Chflncy lwv(1 bccn illotA lwo^htiu« In which lo'sct- «<• tlielr arRtiinent for' the nlijHt at.least^as to which fe the bet- t«t or the t»o While t«chn!ca!Iy a s a! * (I for tw ° "ft of Jo* Cronln Comparts "nhlgren with t'li»se Progress hi Boston depend' n. l-irgc extent oh Bob Drove'-; nn nnd Bill Werber repeating his performance; ' Joe.crdnln will bolster ,thn in field and b« an inspiration. 11 llfa Is restored-to what one was the rubber- urm of Orovo th Hod SOT/win have a pretty'fnl lulnlct. .of deo.flwrs, with y/esley and Dusty nhod'cs 'ro'iuulln >ut the staff. Boston's catchlnft ' fs exccllcn nil tho club • possesses nno'-oiil f!e!d mnt*rlal.. • . . Ci'onin Is,banking on Dnhlprcn rom the Mission club, of "the Pn- ;irtc Coast League, io-be 'a wide mprovement .over addle Morgan Is in the minors once more ftcr anothe> masons «hlrl In the J American League Cronln describes Dahlgrcn as the most »uper)att\e fielding n r st bn e- in n turned out on the western £ '°Pc -ilnce Hal chase exhtbltcc. His skill out there whin, is uultc ft statement «> the part of i bn, 'eague 'manager Cleveland si. Ijmis Deal Aids Both Oldbs Oleyelana pfobabfy tun stilt be Ote mtol formidable home club In the ydicel, g\vlng tlfc natiBis the tapjesaoh thotAe Indlaa more, ability than they ii the sta the n" ; •• ". fnlH" w u te oblalned h s Uie bang method of knocking iul Militance out of the slicks very close ftnd narrow the straight ethic. an d Tim' ^ )C llCIUl '' ° f r '" E Weh> nt In a pielunlmrv llml master shoumnn. Emll Pir|», the South Aaieilca "meanlc" takes on n new- coiner here who the name of Buddy Wllkerton. They 'arc slJted .for.teo out of three-falls one hour limit' Firpo, if ), c per- froins according to tfis tLsunl whetfiile'wili add an extra act by filing on the referee for a fiill.' Caruthersvilie Cagers Play Holland^ Wednesday CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo Dec 10-Tlie CanithersMiie loo',, sca .' ^ »'" & ""."^ov here wed- o K for Walter Johnsou home or iKee SiJidlilrn or on an O samllot proved ngtjreEtitlon Hornsbj K trjlng •mart move by for a capable to. sfi Ski l »' has put In nine full » **&'&•'*»»!* miBttac .the end 'of 'hls.i string.- The St. Louis club has- more nc- < than the'aver .»''•« bJi'"; ''nf lh , ttl - WIIt " I) n'ce Camp- uell to Cleveland for Lefty Wel- inna Jolmny Burnett, and cash 'ometl^ h 2? b ° lh combl nations -.omen hat. The Indians needed someone who can play " right field wall. Th e Tuesday-Weds. WALTER CONNELLY PAUL LUKAS : : E MlCHAPj; in BROWN forKiddies VISIT OUR TOYLANH Big strict of new toys of nil kinds at ' PARKHlTRST.-fi n er ."POISONED IVORY:- PI> KENNEDY- AND 1»AUA- NKWS Walnut- Cedar Chest.'; Beautiful walnut finish Cedar Chests, single or doYible deck style... A gift thnt any, ; wonian will appreciate-.. '.All moderately priced, • HUBBARD FURNITURE CO, Sucli gifts- as compacts, watches,-: rlngs, : necklaces, weekend bags, purees and pUier ;'glr't(i can be found at • ' '•'•'.;. Pat O'Bryant, jeweler ROXY LAST TIME TODAY Matinee .& Night— 10c - 25e LYLE TALBOT ANN DVORAK fiORDOM WESTCOTf in •)1I KDF.I! IN THE PUDS' Pictorial 11 Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. nesday teams langle with Holland. About thirty are of the terns The R teams local short , , • , F O*X .Sliould from i With Great . 'Connie Mack's'' I —--• • - Rank out for each bin,iri,,n S f 1 ™ 1 -" ba£cl)n11 Plercc fhe li-g >» "£Jr~ "'£.-&.'" S=?«5-i?-» 1. 3 ' . and Vcrglc Tra\h cen- forwards others who wlU probably see. ..— this year Include- tedbetler. Sarah Brad- . n -- ••'' '*!"' y lips, Marjorle Norman . ptwls on the bovs' nvc Ihese are Kenneth Aslier ; aiid James Wckens, who nut drive the Plass froni guard positions Ralph Asher, ali:star confer»ice football guard, Js irniMng a ,0 dean N. L. CISSELL CRADUATF. VETERINARIAN Locnled at Bob Harris- Sales Stable Phone 4GO Klylhnvllle, Ark, ' Now, I^c.Ud at 101 North Stcsn* ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU »ON KDWAROS, «ANK MORGAN GENEVtEVE TOBIN Marion COMEDY POX NEWS GIFTS OP PER. MANENCE..iWATCHJES : ' DIAMONDS, , NOVEKTIKS.- ' LEA - THEil OOODS; "PEN AND PENCn, SETS... STERLING AND .PLATED SILVERWARE GUARD'S JEWEUIY STORE * + + IF YOU WANT!' TO IQI'VE SOMETHmO-REAL' PERFECT Make' It Daniel Green Housp Slippers for Her or for Him ' BOOTERY Good "shoe? and Hosiery IADIES LEATHER JACKFTS ?lr)ppi' style llglij or dark brov.ii jm New Mead 'Clothing Co, A fresh /stock of .JACOBS C^Nprfif; PARICHlfesT CO Frc sli fragrint". .' FLOWERS— the most '„ appropriate gift. They never '/offend old or ynnng. 'Telegraphed anywhere. HKATON'S HOME OP FLOWKRS Tlie Olft supreme . The modern. servant that: banishes ' kitchen" drudgery... the new Hptpoln't Range with hl- speed calrod "'linlLi. . .sold on convenient .'ierins If desired Several models to select from. ARKANSAS-MISSOURI ' • POWER CO. "At Your : Service" ' , "WINCHESTER SKATES . Everj' child • wants a pair of the.w , Ba 11 Bearl'ng Roller 'Skates.. Special 1 .. $1. • HUBBARR; HARDWARE 'co. TOYLAlyD NOW. OPEN . Mothers- aiul Fathers, as ^well • as children will enjoy : a visit to our complete Toy , Depart- • mr;nt.> , • • ' , . , •>. C. PENNEY CO. ; A COMPtETE.TOY DEPART- MENlWor all ages. Everything., moderately priced OBERST STORE CO. + * + ffindbags for Auntk! Hand oags for'Mother!'Handbags.for the. Little Woman! Little evening delights too,'In metals and setjiilns, and brocades, that jtlll briig lading pleasure Fiery feminine name oi] jour list cin be checked with a smart K,ii<dbag from, the -, NfW YORK .STORE Dear Sin We know lots of little cirh and big one«ho want a permanent foi Christinas JIow about Ilf ' MAftClAItET DEEM BFAUTV + * + GIFTS SHE'LL nlJ v Aloirtlzer;, Perfume sets „ Cnrd.^ Compacts Pangburn Candles Houblgnnt and Colj 5 Perfume Bets, Heating ' Pniln : aud other acceptable gifts. BELL'S PHARMACY P.EAUTY ' BR1NOS HAPPINESS. If you really want to' make her happy ( h[ S Christmas include in .your gifts one of our' pennnncnt waves. GRACE ELANORE SHOPPE . + * + GIVE SOMETHING PERSONAL Satin mid Crepe Negligees Velvet and Corduroy Robes'. Corduroy and Crepe Pajamas ...Satin nnd Crepe Undies THE FAMOUS •. Joe Applebamn •f + + UNIVERSAL WAFFLE \UKER Balre.\- golden bro»n exactly to your 'taste Heal indeator tells when to pour batter. Patented expansion mnge allows batter to raise Beautifully finished In chron-' Him plate - - $595. HARDWARE co. SILK HOSE. ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE-, , Especially if • lrs „ shcrr-clwr- -Allen A. . 750 lo*l,35. . ; aHo Ladles House Slippers at popular.: prices. rt^ New Ycrk storc FLOYD A. WHITE for Him + + + He ,,Needs dloves v and \\e hate n large selecllon of KldJkins and rmltntlon Pig ••KJn it 98c $l 49 nnd »] 98 Lined or Unllriptl. •I. C. PENNEY CO. + + * LOUNOINO ROBE3 Bldck. flat crepe with Ing- trims, 410. . ' New Mead Clothing Co. + . *' * PAT O'BRYANT. jeweler. SUR- ecsts bill folds, fountain pens pencils, rings,.fitted zipper sets. cigarette cases, lighters, watches, chtiias and ; tends. * +..-. + At Haynes'^en's Shop can lie found', gifts for the man from 25c up. ^^ay we suggest handkerchiefs, ties, pajamas, shirts, scarfs, lounging robes, hnLs, belts and buckles'? Se* our stock before maklrp your selection. --:' ''_'•+ + + ; /PURE STLK PAJAMAS . All/, colors, plain models 15 Lounging styles {O.SO. New Mead Clothing Co. + + * ^ ' For Him TVe Su;£CKt , A, Pipe, Cljar^, Shaving-Set or slmeffer Fountain Pen BRLL'S PHARMACY ' 4 + *' ''' /. A Comfortflble Chair foi- Dadl . T . , lovo tt comfortable .-. cJwlr all his own...You'll find all styles, sizes and prlow In °-. u . r E° m P lcl < stock. ' HUBBARD PURNiryRE <;o. IVc Btve Wlwt They Want! Skates Tricycles Scooters Bicycles Coaster Wagons Buddy Bikte 22 Rifle-; (Stevens. Hamilton and Springfield) Pocket^ Kplve? riashllghts watches Huntlr^ Knives, Bucl JonM Air Rifles nnd Scout Knives nnd AVP-; Including carrier { i Biij-keJJardwaTe Co We Sell for less t * * Visit pur toyland We specialize In dolls and toys of all kinds LOty PRICES I ROSENTHAL INr TOYLAWb IS OPFH DoU Teddy B^pts, Popguns Airplanes Fire. Engines Tool chests Qame Chemical . SeU, ' Puzzles,' Play Houses," Doll Dishes, Sewins Sets, .'Tricycles, Wagons; Doll, Tables and ChMrs Story Books, Christmas Candles and other interesting Tovs HEN fKANKLlN STORK (Toylantl 'i Door 'Enstj' * * * REALISTIC) FLOWERS-corsages, ^vases and potted plants. . MRS. OEO. w. BARHAM * * *-..'' SHOP EARLYI You will h,,. pleased with our selection of Indies', men's, and children's clothing and gift good?, Rea. .sonably. priced. • • : ' • I. ROSENTHAt,, INC. .' T .."'..' ' '+' ' + " + ATTENTION MEN! ' .A small cash payment will give tte.Pofnt glffc- Soe ' °ur "listings. Land 'Co. •• ' - "'.'*.','*.':*'• •'.,-. - THE IDEAL C3IFT - • A theatre Coupon book for the family or friends, $2.50 arid $3 Ciooa Any Time! • • ' Rit?. .and Roxy Theaters '.+ * + ELECTRIC percolitors, toasters heating pad.-!, lamps. la c- ulatore, sweepers. B-«ffle' irons. POPULAR PRICES WALPOUE ELECTRIC SHOP + + * See our Buimmolh. stock of Quality Gilt-s digest ind most complete in North- cast Arkansas Fvery thing 5011 co A THRIltlNG GIFT -one that will bring manj lioiir, of happiness ahd jileas lire— a new DODOE PLYMOUTH oi CirRYSLER America*, most benuHful car a Bainett Auto Sales Phohe 8B8 fall 07fl-j. ' " avls * + + Crystal ware-dishes _ silver warc-lamps-to rarlke " Home Beautiful.". fat -O'Bryant, Jeweler ' ' '•+•••* + America's Finest Gift! es HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. " ' ...... *' * + ' Have yollr FURNITURE un- .ho!stered& repaired fo" a. "?. P . R. + SON + * CEDAR CHESTS MAGAZINE And many other Items. CHARLES S. LEMONS. rffc Household Furniture Moderate!^ .?l Priced " C PKNNHY * + * CO and Musical Imtruments PARKHUHST CO Gifts of Permanence. * + + A Westtaghouse ELECTRIC for Home • ••• * ..-+: ._+-. HOLIDAY SPECIAL $7.50 'Guitars $5.95 PARKHURST'CO Cut (lowers or blooming plants Eive Xmas cheer in "the home. Place your order early. HEATON'S HOME OP 'Walpole Electric Shop •*• + + The perfect gift, one 8x10 jm etljn oil nnd thren 4x5 por- . Belt's Art.Sludio Pcrmnnent UTcaths for the cemetery. Remember departed loved ones at. .Xmas 'HEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS 1 •r HURRY! HURRY I night now we have almost every fc|nd of a Bicycle, Trl- ej'tle nnd Wag MI. but we nci- vise Imrtiedlate selection as re- plicempdt.s are hard to eel thts wor.' :•'•"• ffOBBARD . HARDWARE CO. ' *' + •'•*, ' R-ery Child Needs One or course, tt'.s the new I. E, s. Study Lamp— "B otter' light .means belter sight"— Floor and ,Tab)e : Models. .. Buy Prbra Vpiir Dealer or ' -+.*..*, Constant Enjoyment for the entire family 'with Hotpolnt Automatic Electric Water Heater In the home... let us give you the details. ; ARKANSAS'- MISSOUR I POWER CO. • >"At Your Sen-lee" •"• ' Remember there are only 7 more shopping days between' now and Christmas. •"At Your '-*•' •* CO. Service" Only, seven more shojpping clays- until .Chhstm'asi' Shop now! POft BOYS AND . Bicycles, WKPhs, Desks. Doll Cabs, polls. Toys of all kinds. Ktrkii«UU'R it & iQc store Bicycle': Tires, Horns, Saddles Basket^, Handle 'QtlpS, spokes' Wheels, Rims, Brske Parts'^ Repairing. CARMEVS SHOP .113^8. ,Pirst, Phone

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