The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 25, 1947
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MONDAY, AUGUST 215, 19-17 BLYTHRVILLE (ARK.) COU1URR NEWS I Vols Lose Double Bill to Pelicans 'Nooga-Mobile Split; | Crax, Rocks Divide; ! Chicks Beat Barons ; Jty W1I.I.IAM A. SIIOlB : UJnlleil Press Spoils Writer) ; ATLANTA. Gn.. Aug. 25. IUI'1 — ; Veteran llychaser Goorgo Suimpf ! who left retirement for one mole crack at baseball this year today iir.iy have provided the punch the "'««• Orleans Pelicans need to '.vi'n >e Southern pennant. Stumpf. who coyly admits Ills 1 years —. including a ien;>th> stretch nail-oiling omer gardens boasted ihe drive that, put the Pels within two games of leri"Uii- leadlng Mobile at nny rate. And 1't'l Malinger PI-PC! Wallers believed thai timely hiding like tha' Ins charges displayed yesterday may lie 'ill they need. Alter handily winning the first Mine of a twin-hill wilh the danker-laden Nashville Vols, the Pels found themselves three inns lie hind in the final frame of the seven-Inning nightcap. S'.'impl blasted H . home run that hroii'>ht three scores home — and wif-i t« o more runs in the same innini> Nev Orleans held a two-run advuiit- The ncvcr-say-die Gilbertmcn came hack to tally twice in the half and the name went into two extra innings. In the ninth. New Orleans cnme ihronsh with two and the Vol rally fell'one run short. New Orleans won K \\\ ^ lefthander Dick Hoover staged for Nashville, but Ben v.'iule who relieve<| in the seventh was charged with the loss. Tom Sunkcl, Fouiili Pelican twirler lo sec action, was llif winner. / I iist Claim: Won Easily New Orleans won the first game easily H to 1. behind Pete Modica. They landed on Vol starter Pete Mallory nnd Reliefer Neil S:>i]lin for 14 blow.:. Mallory was chaTged with the loss. In Chattanooga, meanwhile, the 'ramie-leading Mobile crew could manage nothing better than a split- The Lookouts rode to a li to 2 win in the initial fray behind Hal Tuenes three-hit pitching. Roy Boles, the loop's leading pitcher. . bore the brunt or a 10-hit Lookout assault and was chained with' the loss. Tall righthander John Hall gave nj) only four hits as the bears triumphed in the abbreviated night- taji a to II. Lefty Bill Kennedy Lookout starter, was charged with the loss. Atlanta and Little Rock divided one-sided affairs in Little Rock. 'Ihe Pebbles took tile first game 10 lo 1 behind Milo Johnson. In the nightcap the Crackers ponnd- ctl out, 24 hits and took n lopsided 13 to '2 decision. Memphis battered Birmingham 8 to 4 in the first, of a twin-bill in Memphis with Ray Harrell being touched for only five hits. The second game was stopped by rain nflor three inninf-.=>. Atlanta moves to Memphis, Bir- Now He Knows How the Ump Feels PAGE. Jewelers to Play In State Tourney, Manager Says J. O. Liuifiiwcl, nuuiagev of Ihe Fltv.patrick Jewelers girls softball team, announced tocluy that his team would leave Wednesday for Little Hock lo enter Ihe State Girls Softball TonrnameiU. The Jewelers arc scheduled loo|X>n their lournoy play with a doubleheader Wednesday nighl. T'lielrj opponents for first round play In the tourney have not been announced, l.unsford slated, The jewelers will play Ihe si rang Himiko All-Stars ol Memphis ill Walker park tomorrow night for their last home contest before entering (he state event. Proceeds lioin this name will go to help defray the expenses of the loam while participating in Ihe stntn meet, lie said. Preceding the girls' game, an nil-Mar mens 1 game between I wo teams chosen from City SoUlxill League learns will be pluved. This game is slated to start at 1:30. Oops, My Dear! BASEBALL STANDINGS : Joe Garagiola agree:; to umpire a Softball gon-.p between boys i teams, and (jets the usual complaints. Young Keel Ferrara is lei j ting the SI. Louis Cardinals' catcher know how the umpire feels | Twelve Classes of Fine Horses To Compete Tonight in Osceo/o OSCEOLA. AUK. 25.--A total of $3,000 in prizes and awards are offered to the winners of Osceolii's fifth annual hor^e show which opens tonight at the Osceola High School athletic field. Boasting the largest number of entries in the show's history, officials of the Osceola Junior Chamber of Commerce, sponsors of the event, stated today Dial all arrangements for the two-day show have been completed. Entries have been received from Tennessee. Alabama, Mississippi, Illinois, Missouri and 'Arkansas, and a larRe field in each of the 24 classes is assured, W, R. Nicholson, j president of the Jaycees, said. Twelve classes will IK exhibited during tonight's program and 12 on tomorrow night's program. Tonight's activities will include the jumjrer division, three gaited amatenr division, pony class (riders under 14). junior walking class. In- mingham to Little Rock. Mobile to Nashville and New Orleans- to Chattanooga for series openers tonight. dies five-gaited division, hacknev singles, walking mares, fine harness open, Shetland class, three sailed open, and the colored gorrms walking class. Climaxing tonight's program will be a dance given at the Community House featurinr; the music of Hilburn Graves and his orchestra. Included on lomrrow night's program are the jmupcr division. Northeast Arkansas pleasure class, walking stallions and geldings, hackney championship, five gaitecl amateur, Shetland harness, two- year walking class, fine harness championship stake, walking championship stake, three giuted championship stake, roadster championship stake and five galtcG championship stake. Judges for the events will be Henry Maddox Jr., of Hickman, Ky., walking horse division; Turner Young, of t Lebanon, Term., gaited V and harness classes. Sam Haggard of Osceola will act as ringmaster ami Sam Lentil of Paragould, will serve as paddock master. The exhibitors include: Eelew and Exum, Jackson, Tenn.; Mrs. Jack Rice, Little Rock; Bud Gerlach. Helena: Hettye Gcilach. Helena; L. E. McKlnzie, Sandoval, III.; Bob Ho'.verton, Osceoia; Mury Alma White, Osceola; Carolyn Mc- Gcorge. Pine iBluff; T. Everett S!ny- clen. Holly Springs. Miss.; J. H. McCrary. Forrest City; Will C. Terry, Cleveland, Miss.; W. E. Harlan, inptey. Tenn.; Walter Wall, Greenwood, Miss.; Harry Rodijers. Hughes, Ark.; E. T. and E. R. Anthony, Ripley, Tenn.; J. H. Grain. Wilson, Ark.; E. P. Still, .Blythevilie, Ark.: Leslie Tucker. Holly Springs. Miss.; MISSCO Dlythcvillc Rle Two .. Mnnilii Cooter Lutes Hlythevllle '.'.'.'. Yarbro, Little River Number Nine Huffman Armore] W. . 15 . 15 . 14 . 11 . II . Ill . 7 . :t SOIJTIIUKN Mobile New Orleans Nashville ... Chattanooga Atlanta Ilhmlngham Memphis ... Utt!e Rock ,. .HM .'ITO .1511 '.Oil .5HH .5118 .170 .05 a W. L. Pel. 80 51 .028 84 Ki .G13 TJ (M .Ml) T2 G7 .5111 (>li (it) AW c:f 7:1 .4«3 60 W .441 44 !)5 .311 Tw«Jve football Games, Not Just 10, Boo*ed for This Fall in Blytheville C G. Redtnun, piesldenl of Hie Chlckusriw Atlielvllc! Club, announced today that IS football Knines would be played at Haley Field this Full Instead of Ihe 10 unities In- advcrlnnlly reported in the Courier News fitilurdtiy. Onines Inadmtnntly omitted were Ihe Paps game with South Sldr Junior Hltjh of Memphis on Nov. 31 niKl llielr, iwtnlliiK contest on or nixjuixl Tlmnksjjlvlng, he suld. ArrniiKements me being mntle for NATIONAL l.KAC.UK Brooklyn ... St. Louis .. Boston New York. .. Cincinnati Chicago .... Pittsburgh .. Philadelphia W. Hi 09 ..... 54 .... 52 ..... 50 Pet, .571) .549 .5111 .4tiK .44:1 .42(1 Today's Games SOtlTHKKN I.KAfUIF. N!(jht names: Atlanta at Memphis, Hlrmlnslmm ftl I title Rock. Mobile nt Nushvllle, New Orleiii-s nl ChatlanoOfiii. NATIONAI, Chicago at New York. Pittsburgh nl llrooklyn. Cincinnati nl Philadelphia, nl St. I/nils ill liixslon, nighl. AMKKU-AN I.KAOtIK IloslVxi al Cleveland. Phllndeljihln at Uetrolt. New York «t Chlcano. nlijht.. Washington nl. SI. l.ouls. nlitl Hie I'aps lo play u game during inn team In tills area. This 11.11 will constllule tlui 12th game to be pliiyed nl Haley Klcld Ihbt Pull, he mid. ThiniksiMvlng week wilh some lend- Rcail Courier News Wanl Ads. AMKKK;AN New York .. Boston Detroit Philadelphia Cleveland .. Chicago .... Washington St. Lousi .. w L .Pet. 78 4:* .1145 «:i 53 .543 04 55 .... li:i M ,521 Gl 57 .517 50 4!) .420 43 78 .355 I 1 I f i I : Essential accessories are important on every truck. We have a complete line that is International-Approved—tachometers, fire extinguish- crs,spotlights,fog lights.seatcushions.and dozens of others. International-Approval means that each accessory has not only been checked but double-checked by International engineers —that quality and performance are doubry certified. So guard against disappointment by getting your truck accessories here, just as you guard against disappointment when we service your trucks. DELTA IMPLEMENTS INCORPORATED 312 So. Second St. Phone 863 INTERNATIONAL Trucks Phone 3371 Night Phones 2527 and 2903 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second St. Blytheville, Ark. Free Estimates on All Work ami J. C. Dale. Mount Vernon, 111. Mrs. Ester Hei:ner. Marlon. III.; Dr. Porter Rotifer's. Sciircy. Al'k.; J. M. ..Harrison, Winonn, Miss.: Clmrlic - R Schcmm-i man. Mobile, 'Ala.; W. H. Hullon, Collicrvillo Tenn.;'Fair O.ik Farms. Jackson, Ten)).; C. G .Sjiiilh, Blythcville, Ark.; Oakview Stables. Kennetl, Mo.; A. W. Lesley. Jackson, Tenn.; R. P. LiUcll. Neth, Ark.; Edwins Friedman, Parngoulcl. Ark.; George Cowan. Shelby. Miss.; Wlklwood Farms, Gennnntown, Tenn.; E. L. Burgess. Sherrill, Ark.; I,.' c. 13. Young and NnUmn Welnberg. Osceola; W. M. Ynndcll, Vance. Miss.; Olen Caj)i:s. MorrisUiwn. Tenn.; W. J. Driver Jr., Osceoln; Dr. L. C. Jackson. Dickson, Tcnn.: Fairoak Farms, Uackson. Tenn.; Homer Lcclne, 'Aurora, Mo; Jeff Roland. F.irasould, <Atk.; Mnrtlia Folk, Memphis; Tijl-Top Slnbles, Memphis; nnd Jeff Fiilmcr, Memphis. Yesterday's Results MISSCO I.FAC.DK I.tites C. Nnmtai- Nine 8. Maniln M, Varhro a. Blythcvllte a. Little Ulver 2. Coolei 10, Arrnnrel '.<. niylhi-vllle Hie. Two s. Hufrinnn 2. SOIi'l'HKKN l.llAC.tlK Memphis X, liirminijlinin * (second gaine, mini. Little Hcx'k IG-2, Atlantn l-ia. Mobile 2-8. Chiittaiiooija fi-10 New Ork-an.s n-tl, Nashville 1-7. NATIONAL I.KAOIIR New York ^-:^, chlcnso 0-8 Brooklyn 3. i>ltl,sbur|>h 1. St. Louts 0. Boston 5. Cincinnati i-.0, [>hila(tel])hln 3-0, AMKItK'AN I.KACUK St. LoiiLs 7-4. Washington 1-7 Boston ll-I, clevclanil 2-2. Chicago ;i-ti. New York 2-1G Detroit c-rj, Plillnilclpliln 2-< 8 oz 'A 1 Grade AH White Duck 9'and7i' Bemis Bag Co. COTTON PICK SACKS NOW at— Liberty Cash G rocery SELL Your Car While Prices are HIGH! to •••t tat lor Br«okfa*» Top off an otl-Amcrlcan t>r«oklotl ol Irvtl juic*, «ggi and <oilc« wilh Temping, lairy Donult. Ili«y'ra made on th« tpot by 1h« DOWHTFlAKE Oanul na<hli\*-li>ili-)llH- klau>-nulii|lcuil CM n>y> b CHOCOI.ATK COVRRKl) DONUTS „,„ 25< CLA/KI) BOHUTS „..25' •UNJAHRI). OONUTS „„, 17 I'l.AIN DOHUTS „,. 15* IN TUB CHANCERY COUIIT. < lUCKAS.UVHA DISTKlC'r, MISSISSII'I'I COUNTY, AKKANKAS Mildred .Frank 'Frnll. vs. Plulntiff Hoy A. Trial, Del'eiKhint WARNING ORDKK The (lefcndnnt, Hoy A. Tn-.ll, is hereby warned lo appear in this court within thirty days ;in I iins- wer the coniplninl of the iilnlniltf, Mildred Frnnk 'lYnll, und upon Ills fuilure so to do. wild comnlnlnt will bo taken as conressca. Wiini'ss my hnna :is i.:cnt or the CMnnrery Court for the Chick- iisnK'hii District or MI>i.siMip])l County. Arkp.nsiis. and the of ;;iid court, this Bill di\ yol Aux- lisl, 1S47. 1JA1JVEY MORRIS, Clerk Reid nnd Roy, Attys. tor Plff. Osc;tr Fendler, Ally, nd hitern For Honest & Dependable PLUMBING SERVICE Call JOHN H. FRASER Dial 3289 513 Lilly St. For COMPLETE SERVICE .Bring Your Car or Truck lo LEE MOTOR SALES Complete Line of Parts -Oldsmobile, GMC Trucks Complete Accessories See Our Line of Farm Trailers Easy Terms ••CHHMHBHH Sales Dept. Open Nights until 9p.m. Large Stock of USED CARS '46 Ford—Radio and Heater '41 Chevrolets—4 in Stock '41 Chevrolet 5 Pass. Coupes '41 Pontiac 4-Door — New Point '40 Chevrolet Club Coupe And Many Others New GMC 48 Passenger School Bus Ready to Go We Buy Clean Used Cars Sales Dept. Open Nights Until 9 p.m. Phone I 519 LEE MOTOR SALES East End of Main St. Oldsmobile GMC Trucks It's a Big Temptation But- Sometimes, whet! a fnt'mci' comes in waving his check book nnd pleads, almost with tears in his eyes, for a Mnxscy-HaiTis Tractor, Combine, or other machine—it's an awful temptation not lo take all that thu law allows. Bui our ixilicy ha.s been. . .is. . .and will bo In sell only iit (he established (trice, plus, of course, reasonable service and handling charges. Nor will we ask or have we asked any prospect to make a deposit on a machine unless there is a fair chance of making delivery within a reasonable time. And remember, for your protection, new Mas- sey-HaiTis products are sold only llmnijrh authorized Masscy-Harris service dealers. We believe that these policies are sound. Only •iy being fair wilh our customers ran we hope to establish, build, and maintain a permanent business and merit the confidence and respect of the farmers of this community whom we want as friends as well as :ustomers. Yours for more of those jr<>od Mnssey-llarris products at a fair price. See us for repair work, steam cleaning, and all adjustments to your farm machinery. CARL WALLACE BOB SMITH THE "61" IMPLEMENT CO No. Highway 61 Phone 2142 SHELTON Motor Company . 119 W. Ash Phone 43S Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any 8h* T. L MABRT US MISSOCKI BT. rn. 3tei RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark; Monday Tuesday j UQ ^3hter ~S r ^'®'&%rM \ ^*^feS»'F i D^udb/HCrcJIrr . s*«—\i-•-»^. ^ <fc . t ^ ' KKO News and Sh.rt ^-!——— New Theater Manila's Finest , Shim EVERY NIGHT IbUlaee Satnr<U 7 & Banfay ' B«z Open* Week l)my» liM ^•-Bn. 1 fj*. Out. 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