The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 23, 1947
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ille Lions Will Meet Chicks - Hot Contests Loom As Boys and Girls' Teams Play Tonight Two potent ease squads, each will) .only one entry in the Joss column, will clash iii what promises to be a hot contest as the Chick: • meet the Leachville Lions tonight on the home court. The girls will tangle In nn opener n! 1 o'clock. Tonight's fracas will bring together two' good teams which hnvo both had winning seasons so far. Holding equal records, ihc tilt oromises fast competition us each quintet will be .lighting lo keep its record from beinK tnnrrcd hniher. The only defeat suffered so fin- by the Lions was handed them Dec. 28 by the Chicks, who dumped them 55 to 47 in the championship playoff In the Leachvllle liolidny tournament. This contest/was a close race, tied up 21-21 at the end ot the holf. A strong Bay team which marred the Chicks record by nosing them out 33 to 31 Friday night was handed a 10-point defeat, by the Lions. Tlic Lions have had considerable practice so far [his season, playing 21 games to date and winning 20, Forwards Scott and Johnson and center Adams are top poinl-mnkeis on the Leachvillc five. Olrls Have Good Record The Ohick Girls hnve won six games and lost three so far. Their first meeting with the Leachvillc Lionesses this season was during the latters' holiday tourney, at which time the local sextet scored a decisive 41 to 18 victory. The Lionesses' record is even, showing six wins and six losses. Probsblc starting line-ups follow: Boy* 1 Oanic Chirks Pos. Mons Caldwell F Scott Stafford F Johnson Hardy' C' Adams Elliott G T. Welcli Poster G Groom Girls' Game nlytlicvilic Pus. L;achvill<< B. 'Call F Parsley B. Whiscnhunt F Pinch Widncr F Scott W. Whiscnhunt G Bailey Travis G Lyrcly Scay G Appcrson Belmont Stakes Has Long List Of '47 Entries NEW YORK, Jan. 23.—IU1') — The $100.000 Belmont Stakes, most, .highbrow of American horse races and the third of the fnmcd triple crown tests for three-year-olds, today drew a 99-name entry list for ''.its 73th running tcivtaUvcly scheduled for May 31 at Belmont Park,' . Nearly all the top Iwo-ycnr-olds of 191G were included in the entry list,' shooting for a first prize expected .to approximate the $70,000 earned by last year's winner. King Ranch's Assault. Among the outstanding nominees .are the top two-year-old filly ol .1046—0. V. Whitney's First Flight, .which won five of her six starts >nd earned $134,505. mid the two leading'colts—William Hells' Cos- mbc Bomb and the Rldgcwood Stable's Double jay. : There may be as many ns 21,000,000,000.000 living foil bacteria in a double handful of mellow garden compost. —•-•sss^^s^^ New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Madnec Saturday & Sunday Hoi Ovens Week nays 7:00 p.m. 8"i.-Bun. 1 p.m. ConL Bhowini Last Time Today "The Cockeyed Miracle' Mill] ; Kcnnun Wynn, Frank .Mor£.in ' Also Shurls Friday "Banjo on My Knee" with Jucl McCrcn, IinrlMr.1 S(nlltv<v)c Also Short Subjects RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today "TYPHOON" KHll l)orolhy 1,amour News and Comedy Friday and Saturday "HAUNTED RANGE" wilh The Range liustcrs Cartoon and Chapter 7 of "Zorro's Black Whip" Porker Quintet Loses Game to Oklahomans LITTLE HOCK. Ark., Jan. n. (UP>—The Arkansas Hnmrbaoxs. undefeated In the Southwest Conference, square off tomorrow (w Ihelr second game with Okhhonm A. and M. after dropping the of a two-game series 42 (o 38 here last night. It was their fifth non-coniermce loss of the season. The Porkers col off to a ynxl start and were out In front vi the halUlme. With 14 mlnutns left to Co. however, the vistinj; team pulled Into the lead and WINS- never overtaken. The last tour minutes ot (he yamc were slow with Oklal-.cma >ldlng Ihc ball most of the time fi successful .skill. Alvin L. Williams and :,Mvln McOahii topped I lie scoring for Arkansas with n points each. Hennet! led the Cowpokcs also with 11 points. Towering George Kok. Arkansas center and Southwest Conference scoring leader, was squelched -vith nine points by u tight iimn-to-iiu-i defense. The .second of I he two-game series will be played tomorrow nii-h- in Oklahoma City. .) COUK1KK NVS Georgia Golfer Trails Zaharias by One Stroke TAMPA, Fin.. Jan. 23.—<UI>> — Babe Dldrikson Zahai-lns of Denver led Louise Slices of Llihia rhiKS. On., by one stroke as the 'field In the Tampa Women's open Golf Tournament teed off In the final round today, with the rest ol the players apparently O ut of the running. Patty Berg of Minneapolis and Port Myers, pin., wl)s five KtTt>ke!i In back of Mrs. Zaharias and hclii third place, but .seemed lo ha/c MI He chance of winning the ti/ic. Mrs. Znhjuiji.s- had a total of/ZM for the 51 holes lifter taking /i 70 yesterday. Miss Sugsis r-lckeX up tw'o strokes hy Lai'ding a 77, two over jjar. ,\fiss Berg had a It. Grooms End Walkout MIAMI. Fla., jan 25,—(UI 1 ! ; — . All Krooms and exerclii' boys -fere j expected to get back cin the Job at irialcuh Race Ti'ack today after I endint' their tlvc-daysstrike/ but! their leaders said they still'hoped ' lo eventunljy win their demands for restoration of bonuses.: A spokesman for the independent union snid the strike'-wis cnllcd off late ycsterdii}' 40 llwt Ihc American rcderation ' fit Lnbor would consider an application for ' Sputhern League To Move Offices To New Orleans MEMPHIS, 'ivnn., Jan. M. -- (Ul't—Southern Association President Charles llurth today said league offices would be niovrd to New Orleans within the next week. JlcjKlrjiiarler.'j prob.'ibly will lie housed in temporary quarters for tile 1047 .season, Jlurth said, and wtJl be moved lo a permanent lo- before the opening of the 1048 season. The new Sou.hern president, who succeeded, Hilly Kvans. said Miss Gladys Knglrr would be retained us iciijjue secretary. MUs linger was In charge of loaguc operations In I he interim between KINDS' ros- ignatlun and the seleclion t>: llurth as his .successor. Most of Ihc teams will begin saUl" a ""'"'" s Mardi 3, Hurth Many Boxers Register For Golden Gloves Event TOUT SMITH. Ark.. Jan. 23. cUP, -With more than 12t) contcU'ials o'loves 'to '"' K ' X ' 1 ' > ''"""" > Oold'o.i car by the Southwrst-Tlmcs iiVc-' ;<i and tin. junior ciwmljjr ,,i Winners'in cn;lUs Thursday c-,|. ay and Saturday will ,, u '. ' ".,1.-" or U ib 0 ^ 0<; b * Vb ' K ""' "'" the regional Golden Gloves tt,n''n.!" "11'!.'" K:t " sils City PCI,.' 10, Shawnee Team Advances in Cage Tourney Shawnee takers advanced to tlie «cmi-flnals of consolation play in the Tyron/.a invitation tournament as the boys defeated Parkin 37 to ?2 and the girls nosed out Earlc 31 to 27 last night lit Tyronna. The xemi-lfnals win he played tomorrow nlgiu wuri the Shitwnec girls meeting the Lepanto sextet and the boy; clashing with' the winner of the Tyronxa-Lepanlo tilt Shawnee forward Precis ainasse' 21 milliters to lead scoring Ir. tj v boys' game, followed • by Haim/r of the parkin five win, nj H'i'/- tinic count: 18 to IS. Shawnee / Tiisgles of Shawnee drop/cd through 12 paints lor hlgh~s°<) honors in the girls' tilt, j/ C Smith of Shawnee was nuwr-ui with six. Score at the half Was lo M, ahawnce. Gosne/f Juniors Defect Manila On h/ome Court Two /-iosneli junior cage teams nnnrxa- victories over Manila squad/last night on the Gosncil coiirl/the boys winning 20 lo Ifi and/lie e |r ls looping a 13 to 0 cou 'ek-s of Manila and ftrown of I/need senrlng in Hie boys' I'/ will! seven points each as the nloi /"irjites pulled away (rom a 'i to 6 halflime lead. Caryiamorc of Gosncil led girls' mriirg with seven points with l.u- clus .ol Gosncil and Ruck of Manila/sharing runner-up honors wilh each, ilalflimc count was 8 to THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1947 Senior Teams at Gosne// To Meet Osceo/a Cogc>s Ousnrll .spnlor Boys and Girls sounds meet q.vooj.'i e.-it'crs in .-i dOHhlc-hcnder ionitjhl, on the Ov rcola hard\voo<i. robable .starters fur the pirili-s S»'nin nnit IVrtun.i, forw.-u'ils; White, center; Harris and Ford / ii]/ line- programs, i<liA9jjJ!KO:jft«W»rice w down .somcwb.. Open 6:30 p.m.; Show b'Urto 7 p.n Last Time Today "CASANOVA BROWN' with fl.-tr.v Cuo[icr. Teresa UYlKht Nrws of the Day ami Shorts Friday and Saturday "Colorado Serenade" with Eclrtic Dean and Lola Serial: "Son of tlic Guardsman" Alsu r:n>rls CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" WEEK.DATH Box Office Opens B:45 p.m. Show aUrti 7:M p.m. Last Time Totlay "And Then There Were None" with Walter Huston and l.ois Havward bcnal: "/.nrro's niack Whip" Last (:|i.iplcr Also Hborl Friday and Saturday "Code of the Prairie" with hunscl Carson and Siallcy Bliriicllc as Kros |-New Serial: "Black Arrow" Chpt. 1 Also C'arlnon the |>rob»b)c stattii] li- up for the Plialctlcs iirc ,onvarc!s Ucvill. Cii'iines anil \vlsi.«5in nml in-own, HrlKhi ni/ Holin. utin-American Tour Plans Made by Louis HliW YORK. Jan. 23. 'UP. i UP)- Heavyweight Champio.i Joe Lmii.s will make a 21.5CG mile exhi- bilion tour by nirplnne tlirnuiih Mexico. Ccnlrnl and South Am : r- ka next montll, Bill McCiU'iiry. malinger of Louis' tour, said todav. r.cmls' slops include Lima. I'ein, <jn Feb. 15 and Trinidad in the F!ri'- Ish Wesl indies around Murcli I. Promoter Ccdric Esplnot of Trlnl- dad posted a $10,000 guarantee In .1 i California bank yesterday and Lima promoters previously dcposi'.i'd a $15.000 guarantee in New York tank. I.ouis plan:; to be back in New York by mid-March to begin li-.iin- , im; for a title defense in JII-.H-. - / X from Henry's Market Swift's Brookfield or Armour's Cloverbloom PURE BEEF f er ib. Home Killed Fully Dressed HENS BALLARD'S - Ib. Beef ib. 29c - - Ib. 39* PURE FRESH COUNTRY Ib. is—1 Whole or Half FRESH PIG HAMS lb.49c red Top Quality Club. -•ib29c Steaks-ib29c Branded Streak o' Lean SALT MEAT Ib 29<z Jowl's Sugar Cured 17 U IMUDK OK ILLINOIS CORN 1'KVICLY TALI, CANS EVAPORATED MILK 10 KACLK il n:. CAN . I TCMATO SAOGE 6 JACKSON 1 01-2 m. VEGETABLE SOUP 10 JANK GOOD PEAflOI BUTTER lb 29 <; 'S SALT 2 for 15' iNIIKACl.K WIIM' SAALB DRESSING 8ia r 23 KEIN/, 1 I o/. HO'ITLK TOMATO CATSUP 25 DIAiMO.Ml »«AM) MATCHES 8 r ,,, 29 C IIOA1K (;iU)\VN TURNIP GREENS ,„ 10 KKUSH RKJ'^ON TOI> CARROTS , ..... th 9 C CRISP LETTUGE ,„ ir You'll fiml I'Jiielicrri...-, Stravilicrrics, Apricois, t'nri.l- nul, and other fine fruit in <mr fro/en food cabinet. 29 ( 34 ( AU<JO No. 2 1-2 CAN PEACHES 32 o/.. JAR APPLE BUTTER .MOiiCAX SOUR IMTrEI) PIE CHERRIES Al,ASKA CHUM SALMON ;;;,; AHMAND.A 15 m. can SPAGHETTI H1CI.N7, Hi <)•/.. can BAKED BEANS oi.n nrrcn CLEANSER OKI, JlAVION BLEACH SII.VKU .MOON COFFEE HKKSIIKY'S HRK.V COCOA XAIilSCO 3HRFJJDED WHEAT 12 •> for i|ii;ui |mii ml 14 19 17 C ir 29° CRACKERS IHuiml 23 L There arc I'rcncb Fried r«H- locs. Hrorcfllt C'a>iliflo«er, Tomatoes anil many, many ollur vcjctablcs frozen fresh In our frosted food cabinet. JANUARY SPECIALS KAVKO1I, 3-IHJUNi:H OIL STOVE, With Legs SAVKOlI. :<-l!UR\ICK K OIL STOVE, Tabfc Model SAVfiOJL 2-HUItNTK OIL SAOVE, Table Model rOI.lS)Ii:i> STEKI, COMItlNATION SINK and CABINET MJS'IKOUS mini; DINETTE SUITE TAHI.K MODKL ADMIRAL RADIO IIAV-O-VAO 10(10 Jlr. RADIO BATTERY IIUKA], TVI'i: MAIL BOXES FINK i,,\c:rtoss KNEE BOOTS r pr. 12.75 11.75 6.25 119.50 38.95 35.95 7.95 1.98 3.95 NOMA ELECTRIC HEATER 10 95 Regular 17.95 Value Now— GOOD QUALITY -l-HUC'KLi; OVERSHOES FINE QUALITY 2-1JUCKLE OVERSHOES STIIONG S-DECK BROILER PLANT pr. pr. IIOVEU TYI'K OIL BROODER 80'.; WOOL. WINK and BLUE BLANKETS .2Z SINGLE SHOT SPRINGFIELD RIFLE STUIiniLY 9IADI-: CHILD'S RED WAGON 2t-in. TiiONT \V1IEEI. TRICYCLE MEN'S POLICE STYLE RAIN COATS $1.69 to CCIO x 10 MOHAWK TIRES "no x ;;n 10 ri-v MOHAWK TIRES 4.59 2.89 69.50 17.95 3.39 9.85 5.69 24.95 8.25 16.10 19.95 One Day Old AAAA Grade CHICKENS BARRED ROCKS and NEW HAMPSHIRE REDS Per 100 14 95 7(10 x 15 -I l'l,V MOHAWK TIRES 700 X 20 10 I'l.Y MOHAWK TRUCK TIRES ">n x 20 in VLY MOHAWK TRUCK TIRES BM .\ 26 ao ri,Y MOHAWK TRUCK TIRES (,'OUI'i:, COACIIK and SKDAN SEAT COVERS 1IOVKK TVI'l: ELECTRIC BROODERS siiRi; c.rto ELECTRIC STARTING BROODER 9.95 to ELECTRIC STARTING BROODER S-DKCK ELECTRIC STARTING BROODER, 5-m:civ ELECTRIC STARTING BROODER, M-hi. IH.ADi; SAW FRAME ANMVKKS.VUV III!AM) CROSS CUT SAW S 1-2 rt. .tl.M IIKOWN* CROSS CUT SAW fi-Kt. .IU1 UKO«N CROSS CUT SAW 100'r WIII'IK OUT.SIUK HOUSE PAINT i O.M, ni.ui: Hinuox WHITE oursini: HOUSE PAINT 350 Cop. 350 Cap. 5 Gal. 29.55 51.12. 51.23 72.81 16.95 35.00 13.60 37.95 55.30 12400 59.50 3.35 6.04 6.60 23.00 4.75

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