The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1937 · Page 6
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•PAGE SIX -i. . BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ^ ( Sa!iba, Frienc^ lo Gulf*• port;'Local Pilot To Be Named Soon Fred S.' Sallta, secretary of Uie tBIythfevllle Baseball Association. 'accompanied by' J..P. Friend, left jcstcidny for Gulfpoit, Miss to ,confer with Managci Bill Tony *of Hie New York Giauls, who will operate the local Northeast Ark- nnsas league club as ft faun tills SW 1 Siliba,' expects to have some first lmm! Infoinmtloji as to the identity of Blyiheville's mnnnger tthcn he retains in about (He days end also Information on the pro- suectiyc plaveit to be sent hcie. There Is a fall chance that the GianLs,'193G clmmiiions of the National league, may npjjeai lieie in ,n fame on their exhibition swing < iiorltmartf Just what club they ^\Vould opi>ose also,Ls imceitain If a Bainf cLsewheieJcan be switched licre Bljthevllle baseball fans maj >.sce Uo majm league clubs In nc- -t'on, otherwise some inlnoi league clul), maybe e\en the local team ' \\otiUI furnish th6 opposition 01 ; the 1 Giants will divide Into two ^ squads foi battle. \ j But the appcniancc of the , Giants heie would go a long ways toward mousing Interest here and 'Hive their faun team a good sendoff. Hubbeli and comptny .should pack 'em in - When Cilanl officials licgln to "pnine' the foices of their mlnoi league squads of hlghci classin- c?lion. Mich as Jersey City", then the piobable line-up of the locals will begin to take deflnlle fomi Irom those who arc not considei- eil quite ripe enough foi [he bigger minors. * The squad to be.scnl, hcic from .the Gulfpoil cnmp should roll into town about April lo Then loca! joutlis will get theii chance to gain a bcrlh on the squad -though they're cerlnln to imvc tough going with the p| ny ciq sent here already having several of (mining under thcii belts BY RICHARD BlcCANN' NBA -Service Sports IVillcr It's high time, don't you think, that Kalhryii Hcmphlll wns getting some of the credit that's due her? The fivwh yoimg First Uiily of Columbia, S. C., Ims l«cn' licnt- Ing everything but the Income lux on the Florida winter golf circuit this year, and yet all the stories Mint have been . written nbout her could be' squeezed Into one 10-ecnt bottlo of ink. , PMty Berg, Pally Berg. Putty Derg—that's all you read In the disuatches from Florida. Patty Is getting more publicity than a sit- down striker and, to pill It boldly, she has been accomplishing •'•Just .about as much. The Minneapolis tomboy ihasn'l been having n wry successful visit to Florida:' ,, And, yet, wlic f il Pfitly is " Will Reorganize Pemiscot t County Baseball Leagues , STEELE Mo—Plans are mulei- jay to reorgania; the countj baseball league and the junior lea-ii» r ^l 937 C, > L ™ 1 S c *r eight teams Dumber U Mapleuool, James Store Deermg, pixie Park, and Slanby ^y? ' hc scnior iea s" e n »<i «ic jumo-' league uas composed of Cottonwood Point Deerlng, Brn"- eadoclo Portagevllle and Stubhmn A meeting of the^uior league is to be held at'stubtown soon THEY'RE STERILIZED N'ot an inilruniDnt t'i our shop is e\rr used willioul Iwinf srirnlibralh blcr- illzed. This protccli von J?ain--t mfcclioiLS tlial oflrn occur in cxrelcu barber shops. No Increase in 1'rirrs RED BALL BARBER SHOP lli<; news wcm;! to IIP Hint Pally )IM lost, i<ntl lint, Hint Die oilier girl has won.;."The oilier girl, incidentally, lins -usually ucen Miss Heniplilll. .-. . V NOT. ol (ourso, Patty, .wlio is fort of the Shirley Temple of self, is,a nice little girl uml, lo le s'.iro.l.n nlco little uolfi'r, :too, nnd MIC .(k'M'ra'.s nil Ihe mljuctlvcx .ho boys, cair jiluck from Mr. K Webster's -best 'heller.'; .•>.-'* liul.v> is.Knrollmi kllt'vn nice llllle golfer, and quite., deserving of n better brenk .In tlic hend- lires. In. fncl, judging from \vli[il's [akin? )ilnce" down, llwlawny, Miss Heniplilll seems to be n better golfer lliun Putty. This JHMIKOII, nnywny. ' 4 * ' * Has won Three Tnnnioys Didn't slie. for • iii.sliuicc, Ixmt Putty just the other dnv In the, Florida \ End Const yolf • clmm- plonsliip? She did, And wnsn't it licr Ihlrd ninjor victory In Florldii? It was. By winnlrii tile 'fjifit Confi [ciiincy, Miss Ilcmplilll, It seems lo .us, Is entitled -to sporl Ilic :llle, "Woninn's Winter Chumplon," becnusc in nddltlan to llils Ormond clininplonshlp, she. 1ms nlsb triumphed In the Punln fioicln nnd South Allnnllc She liopci lo Luck n fourtli Florida lllle Inlo liei hope elicit when "slie competes in the Bollnir. Pin), tourney. Slie .'won .this/ event inst yenr— her only victory In IMG, 'Incl- dentnlly. Her South Atlantic victory niny be significant. It, seems tliiit.it is', just n mashlc shot from the iialicnnl L'liamploiishlp. Some of Hie imsl wlnnc'ra who. went on lo cop the duke,', as-' the bays' out .oiir way; sny,. in tlic big iu»- 'ipiml ;U'C. Mrs. Maureen prcult Crews, 'tilcnna Collett Vnre." Virginia Van Wie, nnd Helen Hicks, which Is right good company. One of them,' Miss Van 'Wic, llihifcj • llint Knlhryn^ w»l join, tiled Mltla chaiii|)lonslilp \oimlty ere long... "She's n good golfer, and Is gelling'better nil the lime," said Miss Van Wic after following one of Kathryn's recent rounds. "I Ihlnk she's col the champion's spark." ' : * •* • fcfl-llaiidcd Brnlhcr Tniighl Her Kathryn has been playing golf for seven years—since , she was 16. Her brother, Melvin, taught her the giime. He Is a IffWiandcd profi'ssioual nnd his success with Kathryn Is (|iilln a boost for loft- liatided instructors, . ; > . One year after she swung her (Irsl club. Kathryn went but for the boys' ; go!( team at Cotimbla hllih school and promptly - ousted a; veteran member from Ills place on the learn. Old Man Par,' as you can sec, was her fiweetleple light from the start. Kathryn bangs the ball straight and far from the tee and .hei second shoLs art as good (is most any man's, llut she has been Imv- Ing a llltle dilficiilty, of late, with her pitches. She prncticas long hours daily trying to corrc-cl this fault. .'.-'; Cclmnbia's gem of the fairways is- an even-tempered young; lady not given to outbursts of'tempera- ment like so many of our goif- crn, both men and women. For example, (lining the Soiitl' Atlantic' tourney, MU:s llemphll reached llio lllli green In three lying 15 feet .from the. hole.- She committed a pitiful putt and the t:nll trickled only n few feet lo ward Ihe hole.,'The gallery- wen uhlih. as only golf galleries can nnd Miss llemphlll slarled to bur licr pilller up,to tlic 18th gresn But she bit her lip and promptly- slc])pcd ii]i and lapped tin l.all almost carelessly with he puller. It rolled inlo Ihe cup. "Listen, Mr Moionst!" LET US . Recondition Your .. MOTOR We nsc linllcr parts ami get the job done betlcr. Our iiriccK arc voasonablo. MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1937 LOPEZ WILL Hash In Preiim Tonight; Sinkcy and Kenny In Feature Spot Scl"noe will l>o at a premium, >ut (lying fists and action gfilore ire expected to be much in cvl- lence as four mat mcanlas swing nib notion tonight hj the Ameri:an. IjCglon weekly Wrestling show. Charles Sinkcy, Corinth, ivji-ss., •end man in the. modern parade, leads the' show meeting Jack (cnhcy, liJoliile, Ala., in (lie inujn event. 1 They weigh 100 and 209, respectively. '•';•' ' Raul Lope/, fast stepping Mcxl- ;an/and deserving of u top rank- 'ng among the lighter boys," also akcs on "n newcomer,' one "Wild filll" •Cnnlrcll, Toledo, Ohio. The 'ihloan, making his; ring -debut lore, will have n weight advantafie >l more than 10 pounds. .The matches are billed foi- an hour and a half time limit, two \. falls out three. Blythevlllc future mlt stars will precede the wrestling matches with a pair of amateur bo-xlng oxhibKions, Iho first getting under way promptly at, 8 ]>. m. Mike Meroney, ring official, who was heaved from the ring several weeks ago, and received a broken shoulder, expects to he able to referee.• WRESTLING Every Monday Night 8 P.M. CHARLES SINKEY vs. JACK KENNY RAUL LOPEZ "W:l(l ; Hitl"'cANTRELL American Legion" Stadium WANTED Government loan Cotton Phone 167 APPLI3BAUM HMOS. COTTON CO. Berllg Bldg, fliythevllle, Art. Seedless Unions Raised / UK I AM, Cnl. (UP)—Louis Fn- Ill', 1118 ownei lo be of lll't! 11* only Elk rancli, person who has .succeeded lemons. In' raising smile i D Hap Garage 50% of all roofni /ant lor $350 or leu, iingtej ij-OO or Ten, daubla. 3 Seivlce.Localcd lre, chopping; butTntil dlilritl. D. P. L 11 FIRST YEAR SEED P. L 11 PEDIGREED SEED SEED CORN — COW 1'KAS — SOY BEANS FOR REST PRICKS SEE s^iO.O.HARDAWAY&GO.'Sr Drs. 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GREATER STORAGE-ABILITY New 9-Way Adjustable Interior! Adjusts like magic. Full-width sliding shelves, 2-Way Cold Storage Tray, new Super-Duty .Hydrators, Portable Utility Shelf. SEE THE PROOF1 GREATER PROTECT-ABILITY \ Keeps food safer, fresher, longer!'. SAFETY- ZONE Cold at all times proveJ'by the Food - Safety Indicator with dial on door, always in sight. Also, 3 other zones of cold .:; . for every protection need. SEE THE PROOF 1 GREATER DEPEND-ABILITY 5-Year Protection Plan on the sealed-in mechanical unit! Sealed Sreel Cabinet. Lifetime Porcelain or Durable Dulux exterior. Built and backed by General Motors. SEE THE PROOF1 GREATER SAVE-ABILITY ONLY FRIGIDAIRE HAS THE Wetoi-1Him CUTS CURRENT COST TO THE BONE!See an electric meter prct'eh.btforeyou *B>/Mctcr-Miier does SUPER-DUTY at amazing saving because it's the simflnt refrigerating lrrtrh.ttiiin tccr builtl Only 3 moving parts, including the motor . . . permanently oltcil 4. .scaled against moisture and dirt. 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Without eyc^ witness evidence of ALL 5 BASIC SERVICES, ya\i cannot be sure of getting full 1937 value. Scoj our Frigidaire Proof-Demonstration before you' buy-AND SAVE MONEY TOR YEARS TO COMEI Sec the 1937 Fcigitlaire at .these Sales Reprcsonlalives: OSCEOLA: TOM JONKS DICK FLRTCHFH WILSON: I.RP \VT[ SON <:- CO \MLbON & CO. M, : BOGANr MANILA: ALSTON DRUG STORE LEACHVII.LE: TURNBOW HARDWARE CO. REISER: HAUVEY WILSON J01NKH: J. E.-KKNNKMORK Phone 67 E.'B. GEE SALES CO, Inc, lilyflicvillc. Ark.

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