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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 4, 1954
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BATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1W4 BLYTHBTtLLH (ARK.) COURIER XEWS PAGETTO Chicks Open Basketball Season with Victory Osceola Cagers Open Tuesday Seminoles to Play Burdette in Opener; Girls Team Disbanded W. Memphis Beaten 60-38; B Team Wins Blytheville's Chickasaws got their 1954-55 basketball season off on winning note last night with a shabby 60-38 victory over a mediocre West Memphis team at Haley Field gym. OSCEOLA — With their football togs stored away for the '54 season and with one week of basketball practice under their belts, the Osceola Seminoles will get In one more afternoon of practice before they open their 1954-55 campaign against Burdette here Tuesday night. For the first time in many years the Osceola basketball program will be exclusively for boys as girls' basketball has been dropped from the program this year. This means when Osceola has a basketball game scheduled it will be .1 double-header with the junior team playing In the preliminary and the varsity competing In the finale. Coach Austin Banner Is handling both the junior and senior teams and In his first week of practice indicated he is pretty well satisfied with the squads, particularly since they have all just come out of football workouts and have only the one week of practice. 3 Starters Back From last year's senior team, Coach Banner will have back starters Wade Rodgers, Bopper Cone and Sharon Faulkner. Rodgers is his high-scoring guard who is rated tops in that department. Other aspirants for the team this year are Dick Lucas, Nelson Hopkins, Jack Reeves, Jerry Spencer, Larry Hulsey, Kenny Clark, Jerry Glascoe. Jimmie Buell and Charlie Hampton. Jake Morse and Allan Craig are expected to join the squad soon The big problem facing Manner is finding an inside powerhouse to go with his outside strength, and this could easily be solved if big 6:3 Dick Lucas performs as expected. The starting lineup has not been decided upon as yet and all the positions are wide open, according to Coach Manner. From his squad he can come up with good height in Lucas, Cone, Hulsey, Kodgers and Faulkner. He has another sharp-shooting guard in Nelson Hopkins and an untested Jack Reeves, who could bolster the shooting department. The game with Burdette Tuesday night will give the basketball mentor a better view of some of his new boys under pressure and after that the team will begin taking a concrete stand.' Daily Workouts Working out every afternoon following the senior workouts, are the juniors who could be an outstanding outfit this year. The squad possesses plenty of speed, experience and by season's end could be the darkhorse in the County Tournament. Among the early arrivals during the first week of workouts were S. E. Stovall, Billy Robbins, Kay Mann, Logan Young, Lloyd Moore, J. W. Reece, Jerry Hill, Joe Thomas, Sammie Hodges, Shamrock Kelly, Jimmie Bohannon and Bud Henderson. The schedule: Dec. 7 Burdette Here 10 Missco There 14 Wilson There 17 Luxora There Jan. 7 Wilson Here 11 Luxora Here 14 Dyess Here 18 Burdette There 21 Gosnell Here 25 Armorel Here 28 Marked Tree Here Feb. 1 Shawnee There 4 Dell Here 8 Gosnell There 11 Armorel There 15 Dell There Bragg City To Conduct Tournament BRAGG CITY, Mo. — Bragg City will be the site of an invitational bfisketb-'Jll tournament beginning Monday, Dec. 6. The Indians, with three wins racked up so far this season, will resume regular play Thursday night with Braggadocio here. Remainder of schedule: Dec. 14.—Senath. here Dec. 17.—Steele, there Dec. 21.—Open Dec. 24—Fisk, there Dec 27-31—Christmas Invitational Tournament Jan. 4.—Campbell, here Jan. 6—Warden, there Jan. 7.—Cooler, here Jan. 14.—Warden, here Jan. 18—Steele, here Jan. 21.—Holcomb, there Jan. 25—Holland, here Jan. 28.—Hornersville. here Feb. 1.—Hayti, here Feb. 4.—Caruthersville, here Feb. 7-11—County Tournament Feb. 14-19—Junior High Invitational Tournament The Chicks, with still quite a bit of football in their system, appeared to have a good case of first night jitters as they started and ended slowly, hitting their stride in only one quarter, the third. The Chicks' victory made it a complete evening for Blytheville. In a preliminary game .the Tribe's sophomore-laden B team thumped the Blue Devils' reserves 66-49 in the best game of the night. At the opening whistle it looked as if the Chicks were off running as they worked their tip off play tn guard Freddie Akers who fast broke for a quick two points. But after that their scoring punch very nearly stalled as they meshed only 12 points in the first period and 11 in the second. But West Memphis cooperated very" nicely. It was the Blue Devils' first game, too, and they also had difficulty finding the range. They muffed two successive chances to take over the lead in the early stages and had to be satisfied with a three point deficit at the first quarter turn. Two FlaUxms Using the two platoon system. Coach Jimmy Fisher had his start- Ing five riding the bench during the second quarter with his No. 2 unit, composed chiefly of B team players last year, taking over. Tlie second unit played all of the second period and most of the fourth as Fisher continued his efforts to find a smooth working combination. After halftime the Chicks came back to find themselves briefly. With a couple of lineup shifts obviously making a difference, the Tribe clicked smoothly piling up 22 points td take full command. The Blue Devils were sparked by a pair of fast moving guards who set their plays up nicely. Perrin, who g»t his early basketball experience at. Jonesboro, played a fine floor game while the other guard, Martin, paced West Memphis' scoring with 17 points. Had Trouble Hitting The Chicks had trouble hitting and re-bounding, their strong suit last year, was only so-so. Freddy Hodge, who operated at both the pivot and forward, garnered 12 points before he was lost via the foul route in the fourth period to lead the scoring, Akers was next in line with 10, Danny Cobb who looked good at both forward and pivot, meshed seven points, Earl Hyde, Charles Abbott, nnd Kenneth Stanley each got six and Chuck Langston and Jimmy Bratcher got four. The Chicks' one bright spot was the play of senior Danny Cobb. Cobb started at forward but shifted to the pivot In the third quarter where he looked his best. The Chicks' B team looked good in notching its first win of the season." Forward Billy Daniels led the reserves' scoring punch with 17 points and he was followed closely by guard Tommy Slayton, a fin3 little play maker, with 16. With the exception of 6 foot 4 inch Gleri Ray Thomas, the B team is composed entirely of sophomores. A Game Blythevllle Pos. W. Memphis Cobb (7) P (5) McKay Abbott (6) ....P (2) Smith Hodge (12) ....C (8) Hinton Jones (3) G ..... (6) Pen-in Akers (10) G (17) Martin Substitutions: Blytheville — Hyde 16), Langston H), Edgmon (3), Bratcher (4). West Memphis — Eaves, Lawrence. B Game Pos. W. Memphis (11) Coburn ... (2) Bra-y , (11) Hicks . (12) Leigh (8) Reesor Blytheville Holt, (7) Daniels (17) ...F.... Thomas (12) ..C.... Slayton (16) ..G.... Huffman (2) ..G Substitutions: Blytheville — Honeycutt (2), White (8), Whislel (2). West Memphis — Butler (2), Bowen (2), Davis (1), Foley. Caruthersville Glovers Hold Exhibition Bouts By SONNY SANDERS CARUTHERSVILLE — The Caruthersville Junior Chamber of Commerce's first exhibition of Golden Gloves boxing took place here Thursday night and was very well received. WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn Co With the exception of one bout, all events were in the novice division, that is amateurs over 16 years of age. First of the three two-minute rounds was between Phil Kelly and Junior Maness, both of Caruthersville, Kelly took an unanimous decision. Roosevelt Hall, Caruthersville Negro, won an unanimous decision over Ralph Turner, also of Caruthersville. Turner was on Ihe canvas momentarily in the second round. In the only sub-novice match, under 16 years, Clyde Lewis, Negro, dominated a match with Don Wallace. At the end of the second round, Referee Dale Williams from Hayti, declared the bout no contest. Both boys are from Caruthersville. Steve Sheppard, Caruthersville Negro, beat Bob "Jaybird" Gatewood in the next event, Sheppard scored a technical knockout in the second round. Hayti Boxer Beaten Stanley L. Jones, Caruthersville Negro, was the unanimous winner of Wayne Chrestrnan, of Hayti. Two Caruthersville Negroes fought what was probably the most thrilling bout of the evening. Allen Simms won over Leamon Verneal Joe unanimously. Simms was knocked down twice in the firts round and came back to put Jce on the canvas twice in the second. Talmadge McCoy beat Mack Sharp Jr., Negro, by a unanimous decision. McCoy was knocked down in the second round after knocking Sharp down momentarily. McCoy came out fighting in the final round to put Sharp on the canvas for the eight count. Both boys live in Caruthersville. Charles Causey, Negro, obtained a unanimous decision over Charles Mach. Causey put Mach on the canvas for the eight count in the opening round. Both live in Caruthersville. 21ark Stone, of Caruthersville, scored a unanimous decision of Willis Chambers, Caruthersville Negro. Robert Lee Johnson won a unanimous decision over Clayton Morgan. Both are Caruthersville Negroes. . The concluding bout of the evening was stopped in the second round. Lloyd Olen, Caruthersville Negro, won over Raymond Jackson, also of C'dvuthevsville. Olen is a heavyweight while Jackson is in the middle weight division. Bill Shelby is chairman of the Jaycee's Golden Gloves project and he stated that the next match will be Thursday, Dec. 16. At that time a group of Golden Glovers from Sikeston will also be on the program. The judges were Mark Childs and A. C. Wells, both of Caruthersville. Time keeper was Tom Crump, from Kenentt. Harry "Kuz" Moreland was the ring announcer. . SWORD OF BUNKER HILL Pot Luck Supper MASONIC HALL Monday, Dee. 6, 7 p.m. L. E. Issscs, Secretary College Basketball Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Connecticut 79, St. Joseph's (Phila) 78 (overtime) Purdue 77, Rutgers 57 St. John's (Bklyn) 76, Roanoke 53 Massachusetts 73, Norwich 58 Duke 115. Clemson 54 Loyola (New Orleans) 88, Southwestern Louisiana 70 Washburn (Kan) 85, Ottawa 71 College of Emporia 75, Phillips 72 Central (luwa) 76, Friends (Kan) 60 Miliikin 97. Illinois Norm.l 91 Western Illinois 80, Klrksville 72 Southwestern (Kan) 93, Bethel (Kan) 67 Westminster (Pulton, Mo.) 77, Missouri Mines 65 Central (Mo) 104, Kansas City Univ. 59 Nebraska Wesleyan 85, Augus- tana (S.D.) 54 Omaha 65, Simpson 56 Rockhurst 118, Sedalla APB 47 TOP SHOW That's what this year's East-West All-Star game offers with Notre Dames NLA AH-America Ralph Guglielmi, lefl. and Paul Larson of California as rival quarterbacks. Guglielmi, will run the East squad while Larson will bo on the West. Both arc excellent passers nnd can run, too. (NEA) Sports Roundup— Why Was Homerun Baker Omitted from Hall of Fame? By GAYLE TALBOT NEW YORK (AP) — To one who thought he was pretty well up on the statuary in the baseball Hall of Fame, it comes as a genuine surprise to learn that one of our earliest heroes, Homerun Baker, has never yet been voted into the shrine at Cooperstown. We can only believe it was an oversight. As a sprout in the baseball-macl community of Artesia, N. M., we distinctly recall having demanded, and received, two Christy Mathewson cards for one Homerun Baker. That was the way the game's cognoscente felt about the fabulous man who had hit two home runs in the same World Series for the A's and was the scourge of all pitchers. Manila 73-49 Rangy Seats Proves Too Much for Lions; Girls Victorious FOR SALE AMMONIUM NITRATE We have available f«r Immediate delivery 33% Ammonium Nitrate at > Reduced Trice through December 31st. Will load trucks from 8 to 5 except Salordmy and Sunday. Henderson Seed Co. Hwy. 61 South Phone PO. 2-2860 MANILA—A six-foot, 10 inch pivotman by the name of Marlon Seats proved entirely too much for Manila's "shortlc" Lions last night as Nettlcton walked off with a 7349 decision in a game played at Nei- tleton. Seats used his massive height to a good advantage ns he controlled both backboards and swished 29 points through the nets to pace Nettleton to the win. And Seats had plenty of help, too. Flulherford pushed 16 points through Jie nets and Winters got 14. Wagner was high for Manila with 26 points and Veach next in line with eight. In a preliminary game Manila's girls copped a 60-47 victory over the Ncttleton sextet. Harris with 26 points paced the Manila girls and Banton got 22 for Nettieton. Girls Game Manila I'os. Nettlcton Harris (26) F ...(22) Banton G. Shelton (151. F ..(18i A.Moore M. Shelton (17). P (7) G. Higgins Hodges G Lunsford McWilliams .... G Crime; Patton G cheshier Substitutions: Nettieton—P. Higgins, J. .Moore, Heathcock, Martin, Lancaster. Manila—Blake, Whitney (2). Boys Game Manila Pos. N'eltlelon Hatcher P (10) Young Veach (8) P ...(14) Winters Shedd (2) C (28) Seats Wagner (26).... G (16) Rutherford Isaacs (2i G ..(2) Woodard Substitutions: Nettieton—Gillian, Gibson, Walker, Lancaster, Baxter, Sellers (2). Manila—Meacham (7t, Rodgers (2), McWilliams (2), and Davis. * Why the player who was the ' first king oi the distance hitters in the era of the "dead" ball lias not long since been enshrined among the immortals we haven't the foggiest idea. Certainly he belongs there ahead of a few we could mention who made the grade. Furthermore, we arc glad to report, something is being done about it. Drive Underway Through Bob Lnyto of the Dally Banner at Cambridge. Md., we learn that rj strenuous drive i.s under wny to have the funions old third-baseman admitted to Ihe hall wlion the veterans selection committee meets here in February to tap two more players who have been out of action more than 25 years. Baker closed his 13-year big league career as a member of TO ALABAMA — Blytheville's J. B. (Bars) Whilworth Thursday was named head football coach at the University of Aln- banm to succeed Harold (Red) Drew. Whitworth, who played, at Blythevllle High School in 192427, has been football coach at Oklahoma A&M for the past five years. William Jewell 110, St. Marys (Kan) 57 New Mexico 76, Eastern New Mexico 54 Sheppard Field 75, Central (Okla) 51 Texas Christian 68. Oklahoma Arkansas Tech 98, Northeast Oklahoma 55 Washington 89, Hawaii 60 Idaho State 71, Utah State 67 Wyoming 75, Montana State 10 (overtime) Adams (Colo) 72, Colorado Mines 46 Utah 83, Idaho 53 Colorado A. it M. 77, Regis (Colo) 71 Stanford 80, San Jose State 69 Loyola (Los Angeles) 63, Southern California 61 Nevada 73, College of Idaho 68 UCLA 57, UCLA-Alumni 55 Santa Clara 58, Oregon 48 Tiger Jones Fights Tonight ROCHESTER. N.Y. I/Pi — Ralph "Tiger" Jones and Peter Mueller, former German middleweight champ, tangle at the Sports Arena here tonight In a bout that promises to be something of a shiBfcst. Both men are the take-two-to- throw-one type of boxers, with Jones being well remembered for his wins over Johnny Brattnn end {Jimmy Dykes. Mueller, who lost his German title en disqualification to Hans Stretz, is a newcomer U> the U.S., having I had only one previous fight In this I country. He lost a wild 10-round i brawl to Gene Fullmer of West Jordan, Utah last month. Mueller has a record of 55 wins, 12 draws, and 10 losses. The fight will be nationally televised 8 p.m. CST ABC. the New York Yankees in 1022. Those to whom the name Home- run Baker brings back memories of (he days when he and Barney Oldlield. the car rnuing demon, were about the greatest figures in (he sporting: .scene, will be glad to know (hat Baker still is very much alive and about as he nears Ills 68th blrthdny at Trappe, his old home on the eastern shore of Maryland. Looking up the records. It Is surprising to discover that Baker actually hit only 1)3 homers during his entire American League career starling In 1808, an average of Just, over seven per season. Nowadays they throw a fellow back if he cnn't do better than that, but It must be realized that In Baker's time a homerun really meant something. When a man hit one In our town they passed the hut for him. In 190B, Ihree years before Baker Ntnrteil earning his nickname. Sum Crawford hud led the American League wilh seven over the fence. Next season his teammate, Ty Ciiljb, wn.i hi'ud mini with nine, Ihn nlld lust time Ihc famous Gem-pin Peach was to exccll in that phase. (Julie. A Flcuro Sn It may bi< imagined that when Baker clouted nine of them In 1911, nnd followed up with two more to win successive World Series Knmes from Hie Glnnls.'he became quite a figure. He led his league the next two seasons with 10 and 12 of his specialties, then tied with Crawford in 1014, with eight. It was to be only five more years before a former pitcher named Babe Rulh suddenly broke the competition wide open with 29, then followed up wlih us astronomical 54 off the new lively ball, but for his day the man they called Homerun was a marvel to behold, a model of consistency. In his three best years, 1011-13, the Maryland farm boy hit .334, .347 and .336. He wound up with a lifetime average of .308, and those who played with und against him say this mark would have been 30 or 40 points higher under modern conditions. He stole 40 bases one season. 39 another. His batting average In six World Series games was .367. In his first one in 1810 he hit .400. Roscwal! Beats Seixas Again MELBOURNE l/fl - The Ken Rosewall Jinx that has pursued Vic SeixM longer th;m the U.S. tennis chiimpion cares to remember is still at work. For the eighth time the veteran Philadelphia Davis Cup star bowed to the youthful Australian today when Rosewall won the Victorian Championship in four sets, 6-1, 4-6, 6-1, 7-5. Seixas showed only flashes of the fine form that carried him into the finals past other Aussie stars, Including Lev; Hoad. Full Schedule Of College Cage Action Tonight By I1K.V OLAN* The Assorts ted Press Saturday night for college basketball fans no longer wffl be the loneliest night of the week. The cape boys tiet down to work- in en rues t tonight with a hefty srhedule of sectional, intersection- nl, conference nnd nonconference pames after several high scoring affairs last night. Kentucky, the No. I rated team last season, will see action for the first time. So will every member of Ihe Big Ten. Duke Clobbers Clcmson Friday night's limited notion was high-lighted by Duke's 115-54 pulverizing of Clpmson in the first Atlantic Const Conference same of the season, the 63-61 upsel of well regarded Southern California by Loyola of I.Q.S Angeles nnd Santii Clara's 8-18 triumph over Oregon in ii doublehenrtrr which also saw California down Oregon State 51i-!>0. Richmond, n Southern Conference power bi'al Ihe Duluth branch of the University of Minnesota. W1-T2. Southern Methodist drubbed Texus Wesleyan, 10-1,68. The Purdue Boilermakers made their first invasion of the East in 20 years n success by drubbing R-UlKerx 77-57. The University of Connecticut pulled out n 7i1-78 overtime victory over St. Joseph's of Philadelphia.. Wyoming whipped Montana State 75-70 in overtime. St. John's of Brooklyn humbled Roanoke 76-53. Utah crushed Idaho 83-53. Loyola of Baltimore nipped Wagner 64-62 and Washington defeated Hawaii 80-60. Four-Man Tag Bout Booked For Mat Card RcRUliUlon four-man tap; wrestling returns tn Memorial Auditorium Monday night to headline the American Legion's weekly wrestling card. Promoter Mike Meroncy 1ms booked another rough duel to headline next week's card with three of the six Krnpplers Involved In ItiRt Monday night's free for all coming hack. John Venus, who made quite an impression in his debut here last Monday nlRhL. Is -jchrdulcd to team with big Kurl Kowalskl in the main event. And opposing them will he Don McGee, another holdover from last. Monday night's card and Lester Welch, McOco will he mil to net re- vciiyt 1 for UK* biMilliu: lie look from Venus and Kowalskl in hist Mon- tlny's match. And he'll have some Howl IK-IP in Welch. Li-slrr is COH- .skterecl by miiny us the best ol the five wrestling Welch brothers and he likes his action on the rough side, Two one fall preliminary bouts !nrn also on the cnrd with Kownl- i ski meeting Welch and McGec I taking on Venus. Ryff Runs Ring Siring to 16 Lightweight Phcnom Decisions Zuluera In Spit* of Cuti By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK 14) — Undefeated F'rankle Ryff had his 16th victory today, rookie of the year honors all but clinched, and an involuntary holiday of about three months ahead of him. It all happened as a result of his spiii-kllni? but split 10-raund decision over Cuba's Orlando Zulueta in Miullson Square Garden last night. The 22-year-old Bronx phenom, a 13-5 favorite over his experienced rival, required 20 stitches of Dr. Vincent Nardicllo's fine needlework to sew up two gashes over his rifiht eye and one over his left orb. Dr. Nnrdiello estimated that the wounds would sideline Ryff at least three months. Frankie was cut over both eyes early but that didn't stop him from piling up a big lead. He was gashed over the left eyo in the first round, over the right In the fourth round and In another place over the right eye in th» eighth frame. Weighing 138 to Zully's 133ft, Ryff appeared much stronger. Referee Harry Kessler 8-J and Judge Harold Barnes 6-3-1 voted for Ryff. Judge America Schlavone 6-4 scored for Zulueta. The AP acorecard had Ryff in front, 7-3-1. LA Open to Help Olympic Fund LOS ANGELES f/D—The I/>s An- Keh'fi Open Golf tournament, Jan, 7-10 will be sponsored by the Los Angela* Junior Chamber of Commerce ns a project to assist the 195(1 Olympic Kmnes fund. The fund hius been Kiinnintml $10,000 nnd this amount will hn increased by any net profits from the icnewRl nf the 29tli midwinter lour- ney, said Steve Gavin, president of the chamber. , The open will be held at the Rancho Municipal Course, despite the oposlUon of the Professional Golfers AssocinUori, which in. sponsoring a rival tourney at Inglcwod, Jan. 6-9. A purrie of $25,000 will be distributed l,o the amateurs, professional nnd celebrities, but the money accruing to any amateur or celebrity will be donated on his behalf to the Olympic fund. Tournament At Steele STEELE. Mo — Warden emerged champions of Steele's Invitational tournament here Thursday night by thumping Steele 54-40 In the lin- Wardell's Burnett was the big gun for the victors ns he pumped 23 points through the goals. Next in line for Wardcll was Max Redman with 13. ICrlk'm and Smith tied for high point honors for Steele with 13 points each. Holland took third plnce In the touriiHiuiMil by whipping Armorel 113-40 In a consolation match. Chlld- <TS of Holland and Patterson of Annorel tied for high point honor* wilh 20 nplnce. In another consolation match De- crlng eckpd out a 42-41 victory over Braggadocio. Harrison High Wins Two Games Harrison High School's Dragons opened their basketball season with n pair of victories over Goldon High of Turrell in Turrell last nlffht. . The DniKon girls were victorious by a .'15-12 score and the boys s(]tic;tkc(l through with a 57-56 win. Ruby Brown pncecl the Harrison Klrls to victory with 17 points and Stokes scored 20 for the boys. The Drains open their home HC.IKOII tonight in a pair of games with the Wilson Trade School. Fights Last Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York — Prankle Rylf. 136, New York, defeated Orlando Zulueta, 133',;,, Cuba. 10. Philadelphia—Eddie Cormal. 136, Philadelphia, defeated Chicken Ru! bin, 137, Philadelphia, 8. WARNING ORDER The defendants, R. E. Lyerly, Lucille Hart, Henry Hill, Ooldle Chnrney, Ester V. Fouthe and Pauline Roper, are warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas within thirty days and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff, Nannie Lyerly, In the case of Nannie Lyerly against Lucille Hnrt, et al, Chancery Cause No. 12,855. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said Court and the seal thereof on this November 18, 1954. SEAL OERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Oscar Fendler, AUy. for Pltf. James W. Stelnsiek. Atty. Ad Lltem. 11/20-27-13/4-11 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Dec. 6 8:15 p.m. Adults SOe — Children 15c TAG MATCH John Venus Lester Welch and vs. and Karl 'Killer' Kowalski Don McGee 90 Minute Time Limil—Best 2 out of 3 falls 2 One-Fall Matches Venus vs. McGee and Kowalski vs. Welch 30 Minute Time Limit NOW OPEN At Former North Star Location >/ t Mile from Blytheville on N. 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