The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 13, 1947 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 13, 1947
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-£j7? "T~~ : Papooses Defeat Luxora 41-19 j BM_ X " . _ . .. • ''•-._• T|> Advance in Missco Junior Cage Tournament at Leachville Tli^ Blytheville Pnpooses nnnex-* '• — «d *'i easy 41 to 19 \ietor\ o\er J ih« Luxofn juniors last nl»ht In [jQrt DQI LGQQLiS 1 opening play in the Jimioi County '-vjyj^iv..^ Tournament at. Leachville. FnrmPrl h\/ V f^P>fc i moves them up to sec- ' Ul ' ' IC V U Y ' I ^^ l b ;"!; Games Under Way COURIER NEWS 13, Luxora (10) .... Ellis (2) Stanford (4) .. White (2) .... Hall (7) Douglass uated Gosnell last night 35 to at 9 o'clock tomonow night Try opening ghls play, *he Gosnell sextet eased out the Show- nee six 24 to 23 and will meet Dyess B'rls liv s«concj round plnj at 2 o'clock^toriiorrow nftcrndon. Ouly^ganies'-lnted for tonight are betWeelt Kelser nnd Osccola at S o'cldtk.i Bpth drew byes In first round play. Although*,'thtrga'iiiti started slow. the ,Paps were never threatened by the Luxora quint. Moving to an 8 to 4 first period lead, the Paps held a IS to iq'ma'rglri at halftlme. The.pjips-loosed an .all-out scoring attack in Ulu third quarter and chalked*'.up', a', crushing 33 to !3 lead;by».th« end 6f the stanza. Wyait'Leads I'oliK-Makers Pap foryiira-'Wyatt amassed 2C points to. head'"the scoring list, followed by center Berry with eiah! markers. Th'e girls' tilt was a close contes', witij OoSriell leading 12 to D at the lialf: Cantimore, Gosnell forward led scoring with 14 points. Runner- up Ijonors were shared by Sprinijci 1 of Gosnell and Sherwood of Shawnee with eight each. Starting line-up' nnd box scores of the psps-Luxora game follow' Paps (41) Pos. Wyatt (20) .. P.. Ho'cntt (7) . P.. Berty (8) ... C.. Donner '(2) .. G .. Percllull (3) . a.. Substitutions: Paps Deer, Droke, Caldwcll. Gentry (D.BuiicIi! Luxora—Lemons, Johnson Referees: Ebb Pickens ami Arrington Pickens. Golfer Zaharias favored To Win Palrh Beach Event PALM BEACH, Pla., Peb . ,3,1«A ?' "^ Diririkso » z "- Alilidt- nef! ^ mWls Ml ' £ - J""c Uov- I.nml;ci-t ingtpn; of Orangebiirg, s. C -In semi-fjnal,p!ay today, was an overwhelming favorite to win the Pahii Beach womons amnteur golf tournament. Mrs, Zaharias yesterday elim'- nated pne of her chief ,-ivnls, Pol-; ly HHfiy*fipor[ Worth, by n sound 5 tcs :3 margin. Mrs. Coviiigicii ousted; Evelyn odpm of Miami one- up. . ; ! Today's other semi-final will match; Laddie'; irwln, Montclair. N. •}., against 'JCSn Hopkins of Cleveland. Mi5S:;Ho(i>:ins jvon hci- quar- . tcrfhiaj over Snlly Sessions, Muskegon, Mich., Cartel 3; and Miss Invin defeated .MJifgaret ' Gunthcr of Memphis. Tenii:, 3 and 2. Fitsl rniind of play in ihb "Y"- iponsored nien'S inlei'-Church dart ball league will 'be played in the • Y" rooir.s tonight at 7:30. flep're- sent;ilivfs of various :hur:lies met last week to fo'im general .rules of pluy^nnd to draw lor Fosition. The schedule for this ivcek follows; • ' Firbl Methodist vs. Lake Kirect MethC( First Christian vs. Pirsl Presbyterian. Pitft Biptisl. vs. Calvary Kaptlst. All games will b:; ))laycd at the "Y", simultaneously. CKher tcamj wishing to enter this league imvc been Invited to com- :nuni:; t tc with George Cross, chairman ol the inter-ciiurrh Cornmit- tce. or to cull the "Y", Games will be played each week on Thursday evenings. - . Razorbacks Cagers Face SM.U. Friday PAYE'n'EMLLE, Ark., Fell. IS. fU.P.)— The Arkansas Haxoibncks rapidly rccuiwrntlng from nimii'r- ous squad Injuries, jjathcrcd all their strength today for a trip dcwn Texas way where they put an unblemished conference ua'sket- l>al| record on the block toinbr-ow night in Dallas. All set for the Porger onsiauQli nrc the Southern Methodist Unl- versity Mustangs, challenging with n conference chart that •shows only a defeat sit the hands nt | league-leading Texas U. The Ponies i gave Texas a full-fledged scare In I Dallas last wet-k. and headed the .. ,.....„. ...ick Coach Gene .,7 s:li <l yesterday that n split in the Friday and Snlurdav series would satisfy him. the Arkansas injury list will he niirli shorter (or the S. M. U. tn.ssle. Unck In shape are Jesse Wilson nnd Roxie Rankln, leavlii[> only Robert Honca and Melvln Me- Eahn on the bench. McOalm is 5xi:;ctcd to be out for th c rest the seaSLin. of Too Late to Classify .Going .into the fray, lowerins George Kok still lends Ihe Porkers in conference scoring, with 112 points in sis games. Pushing him very closely is Alvln - Williams, with 111.' In the six conference lute, Arkansas has [lushed 35B points through the hoop, averaging 59.0 per game. Opponent 01 t.lic RnzorbnckK have chalked up M3, for a K.IIIIC average of f,o.5. Chicks Register Win Over Dell Blytheville Sextet, Too, Romps to Victory In Enemy Territory Hlythcvllle senior caijers n'nrcil :t double victory lusl night over D.;M squads (is the Chicks handed llip Uliie Devils a 07 to 33 huiiix :i:ul the locnl sextet romped Hie Dell girls -10 to 12 on the lossr»' court. Neither Blythcvlilc squad experienced nny difficulty iu annexing Iheir \vlns and both look early lead; to sail through their opponents, Lfist bight's sanies were virtually 11 repent pQrronniiiice of v,'!inL hap- n'ened nt the first inccllnp, of liicsr lentils earlier in Hie scn.son wtion tlie Chicks blasted Ihe Blue Devils •19 lo 22 and the niylheville Girls overwhelmed the Dell sextet. 31 to n. These victories leave the Chinks •ith 12 wins in 18 starts with 10 wins In 10 starls for the girls. The Chicks unrnercd a snfc K2 to 12 lead by hnlftlme. sinking M markers in the hist two periods. A new high-scorer tilihed up for the Chicks luni nijjlil as PreiHIs Jcrnl- giui copned pbint-tnnklng honors by rolling up n markers. Forward Dun Calclwel! wns runner-up with to .'lillo Yelveilbfi. Blue 'Dbvll forward, ubl 13. Otrls (Sarncr Kasy Victory Tiie Hlythcvillc Girls nuver left any doubt us to hew tlielr gnmo would end. leaping to ».2i to li imH- (imc lend. Bonnie Bnll added V.U points lo her season's total lo lake high..scoring honors. Hunner-ui> spot wi\s shared by Wllsbii nn-l B. vVhisenhunl with seven tallies "ath. fjlartlni; line-ups mid liox SC-MVS follow: Hoys' (lame Chicks (CD Pos. Dell C)3> Stafford (7) ... .p Howard i?.> Culdwell (llii ..F.. Yelverton (13) Hardy Hi c Lewis IFo Poster (31 G Karris 121 B.. Elliott G Morris ill Substitutions: Chicks—I 1 . Jcrni- Kiin (171, Gentry (fl). HoclBe (in, Simon, Fitzhuijli. Dell—Lewis i'J). Simons (5), S. Harris, Storey i2>. Mnyo, GniTctl. <!lrls' (lame B'villc (40) Pos. Dell rlUi li. Bnll (201 ....F Dvi-r Wlrther HI P Blair ',%} Wilson 171 1' Shcllon 16) 13. Overman ...G How.iv.1 Trnvls G.. Workman <:•:><• Scny '.G !... Uuncnn Substitutions: Blytheville —- M. 13all (21, h. WhlseniHinl. <71. Biillcy. L. Overman. Ross, \V. WliisenhuiU. fit.'rcs. Wfiit--. Miihn. . .Dell—McDermott. Alexander I1I..J. Slieiton ill. Norton. 0 Lnter plnycd as fonvarel. THURSDAY, KKIIKUAHY 13,' 1<H7 No Differences Here Sikeston Sextet jWest Virginians Takes Close Game: Felled by . Middies J From Jewelers i From Annapolis Now Owner Sinn Uro.-uloh nntl St;m .Musi;il m:iy hnvi.- IH-OII f;ir apart nl,!,? 1 ,! 1 ,' 11 ,' 1 . 111 '"/'''! 11 ' 1 '""- 5 ' bul '"»»»«'•'• '->'<li'' I'y''. l^'fl, mac,- it plain Ihat ho did not ,,Hcnd to lot major league, batli >y chiiM • piun :inU Niiliwial l.baMuo's niosfviilualiU- p'la.m K <-( away riotu Kt. Louis Caidinals. .. ^i • sei]oj-.|nte h.itlom Joh,, Ueerc Uustei. One ;i <pra ll^i^Case' Breakin l'lo(\v."Mullins Store, (ifi9 Yarbro — -ei-— Modern home; ,^_ L _ I _^ Hunting Guide iritcrn.itidnal) \C*hftrf1t bottom John I**""'a* VII "^ Manslaughter 1 • i Medical Study Shelved In Favor of Baseball J»U. 2-l3-i)k-l(> I D<!W IT LL1_. A ""'lim D<!W ITT, Arfc., Feb. 13. — n and fishing guide. Ever- _. five room? I finest, was held on ' chr e tic. fan, automatic hot' wa(er ~ hjcater. Located in j neighborhood of h b in C owners:' Approved for FHA!<orday Loan. See or call Max I.o- gan, Realtor, Lynch Ku.ld- _ lh ir, Phone 2081. 2-13-ek-2(l warc executive and salesman bo B -' nt6 "- NEW ORLEANS. Pel). 13.—(Ul'l —13ob Brown, priy.o S50.0DD New York Yankee rookie stored his medical books today for a trip to New York to join the American leaguers In time to fly to Puerto Rico with the club. Brown said tiiat he ' would resume his studies next term "just as soon as the baseball season is over. Br.own was eager to perform for miuingcr Ducky Harris, who has indicated he may use hcltiir Bobby nt third base! T doesn't make any cltffcrcnry to me." Brown said. Brown turned in a masterful job nt shortstop last season for the Newark Bears, and was nmner-iip I for the most valuable player in fie j International League Eich Motormen Win 'Y' League Championship Loy Elch's Motormen captured the "Y" league Championship on Hi'! high school coui'i last night with a rough 44-32 victory o vcr Fitzpntriek's Jewelers. The American Legion continued the form displayed fts't week by dnmnino; Hay's Store -IC-TG in the, evening's opener. The Legionnaires had a spirited delensc and sho.ved spots of excellent puss work to bore in for cnsy shots under the basket. Kimbros' 13 points wns high for the winners while Simpson led the Hays Ecci-lng with a liierc 7. Armstrong with D and Eaton with 8 were In the runner-up spots. Flt/pnlrick took an early lead ill Ihe second Bailie with tiprord's free toss nnd Uakcstrnw's - fiei'j. goal but this lend was short-lived as the chevrolefs began rolling and let! by 23-11 nt Ihe half. Ench'team Fcored 21 points in the second hnlf, the motormen ninintaiidnj (.heir lend largely through the shooting of Lutes and tile all-roun ( \ play of Glen Bunch. Lutes scored 1C points for high mnn and Bunch tallied M. Rnkeslraw wn.s top scorer for the Jewelers with 11. The linn up: L'nahes i-ifi) Pos. Hays '261 . KimLro (13) . F.... Simpson <7'' Eaton (81 ... F .... Taylor (•!> C'in^hatn (2) O Jaeger f2> A'.stt'onn o 1 ) . G-... j. buclos (0> O. Manila-Luxora Cagers Arrange Benefit Games Tlie Manila^ Lions and Lioness^: will meet Luxora cngers in a M.irch of Dimes polio relief fund benefit gamp tonight at 7:30 in the Manila gymnasium. These games are being spoiisoie-.l by (he Manila Lions Club and will feature the crowning of the Manila Valentine Qiieen, selected by the boys' cage team, nt the hall'limo intermission of the senior boys' game. Admission prices liave been 'pel at SO and 75 cents and nil proceeds will BO to the March of Dimes fund. Trigger Wall of Manila will refer;i." the games. Probable starting line-sups for the boys' yninc follow: Manila J. Harris M. Harris MoMey/.. Wilson .. P. s. Lay G.. HahVn . . Doug hi: ... Cannri C. Hn.n:i, f tired I I] k'fr *:lm>. Xfi- vlor. TV,, | l <•> uonniy Grand Jury ycs- Hftcr a report to sheriff L.cyd L:Faigiie by a coroner's jury. Bcnton's body was found cany rucsday moriiiiiii in his pnrkeil tlr in fro:it of a hotel here Police said he had bscn hit on the head with loj'Mi-y l!ie opiurcnl motive. The: juiy report held that the me Bluff man came to liis death • a result of injuries reoetvert hile In the company of Forrest _, • • -- - " jjiiunniy I1CF •Margaret Ann Wilcox. set at £500. Burnett (2) . G... L." Duclos (3) Subs: Legion — McNalr Ml. Yonuj (4i. McChec 14). Wukefield. Hays--Ashley, Bunn 12). A. Hu- clos (21. ' .' I oy Elch 144) Pos. T'trick I32> G. Bunch (1C) P. Rakestraw ill) Lutes (14'i ... F.... Lipford (4> Five Qsceola Boxers Wih In Memphis Competition Osceola amateur boxers won fiv; of seven bouts they staged Tuoselaj night with Memphis niiltmen i:i ; ("us In proeiam before patienU o Kennedy Hospital yivpn jointly bi the Memphis Park Commission :im The Commercial Appeal, Cole'.™ Gloves siionsor. Winufi-s and their divisions wero Henry Griffln. welterweight; John Cox. llyw-cighl: John Griffin, \veiterwcighl: Carl Lnngstoii, welrtr- wcight; and David Pcnclergnst. inki- (Ucwclght. The 3:l:sston. :,:o.. i:hUcnl Girls' tpam r i x.-'i'.tric!: Jcwihy • S2 to 44 lest VF'Vf Inde- doVi'nefl Iho Tlie fcatjia went inrougii three 'Ir.j.c priio^.s o..ore th.e Sikeston >.x pJUctl al:c-«d in the last ([iiar- I'J'.' The Jewelers trailcct a 35-i:i :oiinl at the end of the first stanzn 3UI counlorcc! in the .sccur.d 10 r.ult! ;, s!im 24 t!) 23 holfli:rie !eati. H^th .'.^o;ed evenly in the thi:d period, which ended i.vllli '.:.•(• :.ikestoii yirls tecdin^ a inrrow :i7- :'C m-jrgin. N. Dame of the SiXe.s-! year MEW YORK, Feb. 13.—iUP> — iuri)_Navy, -'which almost Ijecamo Ulc . "spoiler of the year" in foot- Ull ngalnst Army, held that disf tinctlon in basketball today after drcpplux West Virginia from i'.ie jjeiTect-recortf teams lor tfle second straight ycir. The Middies' 57 to 55 conqucr> of West Virginia at Annapolis last night left DuQtiesne the only tin- 1 defeated college net squad in the country. sextet amaise.-l ;3 points to a heavy margin. Jewelers follov.ed le^ct scoring VI. 'Beucl of will) HI. Prcoeeds of U:t> gainc weiit to the Gosnell gym ann plavgrounct fii.iid, as will ••cce'tls from tonight's scheduled games hetv;een riiz.7r.t- ri:ks BJJS' squad iir.d Paragculd Or. Pepper eagcrs. This f;ame will ako he played at the Gosnell gym at 7.3a, Thrncs Ramsey of Os:cal.i, stellar pivot man, will join the Jewelers !ine-v;> tonight. Haunding out a . twhi-ljiil toniBlil the American .Lesion five will meet. the Luxjra Independents. contract yesterday for. to' play the At ; Trippi Signs Contract To Play With Crackers ATLANTA. Cia.. Feb. 13.—(UP) — Charlie Trippi, the University of Georgia's much sought after tixit- ball and baseball star, signed n one- prcfcssional baseball lanta Crackers. rippi signed the baseball contract In the office of Earl Mann, president of the Atlanta Ctnb. Terms were not revealed. QUICK RELlEf FROM Syipptoms of Distrwu Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE ro EXCESS ACID Free BookTelljo! HomeTreatimnt that Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing O vertwi mHlion bottTosof thoWILI.ATlD TR<!ATMKXTIiavel»i>aiia!ilriirri<l!oraf sy:tlT:loii]sof dlstrftssurlshiK truin StoihacM [iti>! Duodenal Ulcers clue In Eiccit Acl4« Poor Digestion, S«ur or Upwt Slomnch, CiKlnets, Hortburn, SI«pfM>n.». .tt^ duo Co E«cess Acid. Sold rjri Ifi llavs' trlill Ask for "Wlllvit-! Klitim" ilikb /ullj d£p!aln« tliN Irt^trr.'-nt—fr««—HI KIRBY HI-WAY DRUGS Luxora: PHARMACY Johnson Griffin id .. G Chapman (2) .G .... fnhs: Jewelers — Holes (H, Bell 14). Johnson 13) ..-.. Faff (2) Chiiffin (5) Rend Courier News Want Ads. j \Vilcr_x told questioners that she nro i.-ovrest weiil for a riile with l.ieiUon. and thnt when they .. reached the hotel MBenlon s led settiiiR out of the rn;. !Ic re- Bus/ness Report Issued MEMPHIS, Tcnn.. Feb. 13.—I UP) —Business and industrial activity in Memphis last month rose in .seven Melds and lost in six. as coin- paicd with January, 1D46. the Chamber of Commerce reported today 'Goiwery Businessman Dies j . CONWAY, Ark.. Feb. 13. i UP: 1 Final rites were held hevr rrd-.v for George L. Bachelor, fiS-year- old.Conway businessman, who died in his apartment Tuesday after ft short illness. , ^, i . -wner of the Bacliclcr Hpt:l here, suffered a stroke Feb. 1 find had been confined to bis apartment since that time. He is survived by his wife, one son .and one daughter. fused their aid. she snid, and they Increases were noted in debits to left him in the car. ' individual accounts, bank clearings, After questioning, Mrs. was released. Forrest waived pre- postoffice receipts, telephone installations, industrial gas and elec liminary hcaiiiii; and his bond was trical consumption ni°d number of = For Rent building permits. Wqnted to Rent ClUlplo. 11.1 .-,. . o 2-in ,,k : Rooms «-ar<. r ilj.;'r lialh ni.,1 i -\rninroj Hotel. ]']iflnr Setvices Reiil a. Floor Sander AT, WARDS. Sfivc ; money by rcfinishid your o\yn floors. Add .of life and give.-them new beauty. It's easy 16 do, too! MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., .102 Main. Phone 591. 2-13-ck-ti Ktjt^rt Mr. Slfi-c work, fall "I Hardware A. Heal Cough EXPEGORANT ' < "" i kr "' ll[ «l '• < BROS. STORK' . CO DRl'G CO — AT OUR WAREHOUSE STORE 118 Norfh 1st HI.-, Ncsl to Klalci,,, lilcclric Shop. !i HWh From Main SI. FIELD SEED ALFALFA SEED all suuulard liriiidB LESPEDEZASEED (Korcii) PASTURE MIXTURE SEEDS (iniM'rt to suit y,nir soil! SWEET CLOVER Ivvliilc lilnsMim) TOM MOORE Tom Moore, who only recently joined our personnel \vil of our warehouse. Tom will gladly fill all your needs 'and to meet his many friends in his new capacity. 1 1)0 in will he charge OTHER FARM HARDWARE GARDEN SEED and FIELD FENCE — VISIT OUR WAREHOUSE SOON! PLANTERS HARDWARE COMPANY, Inc. 126 W. Main Phone 515 OtIESfDItCK BROS. BREWtRY CO. «. Louii 4, Mo. FRED S. SALIBA and Co \V. Asli lilyllicvillc, Ark AT YOUR QTY SUPER MARKET— AND LiTTLE SUPER MARKET, AIR BASE Cciri Baker's CANOVA ,«• mm CIJi WHIP TASTK (iOOi) SCHOOL No . 2 HAY Can FRKSh COUNTRY SVVKKT AHXli!. No. ';. Can Dozen STRONC n 2 Ox. •MONARCH mm? SARDBNES COUNTRY Cans 18 22 49 29 23 (JRADI. Jumbo Wei 7 O/. Tin iNo.^ 1 :! Can 1 Fd. Ciillon 29 UKI> TUHIAIl'H POTATOES I'ouiul None Holler 1,1). 10f' rounds !>ink I'lTRK BLACK PEPPER , JERGEN'S LOTION m?A INJECTOR TURNIP GREEKS Meal 15ag of !-'• I.I). r><)c 1 Pound l.'i Ox. Itottlc T'six 1'itid Widi 2!) 11.1), Cello Ha K 43 33 S1SII 29 s T' 95 C 75 1 33 C T1IKSK PRICKS GOOD AT CITY SUPER MARKET 109 li. .Main Phone (I I 111 LITTLE SUPER MARKET ATR HASE Without PalnM filcka'chp 9 ir-Jercf kidney fqnrtion permit' utter to i-i-rcam iti your L!oo<l,ii When disc. (Olsonou!) ma t-K pains, loss of pop and enemy, yetting »1< ilRhta, BWcllIng, iiufiifiena under Ihe cy«s. icaJnchea nnd tllzzlneas. Frequent or scanty >as&axca With amarthiK and bunmiff foiw- imcs aho'ivs there is fionicthbisr v.'ionp \vilii •our kidneys or hl;uiJer. Don't wait I Ask your drugari&t foe ti>3'i's Pills, a EtimJlant diuretic, uecd oi:c.-cs;if;illy • mlJUotiE lot 1 over FO yeam, iJ.'.^n'd );i/? ippy relief and will heh> tlto 15 mlbj of uncy lubes Hush out poisonous v/nstofrcm •ur blooj- Cet Doan'a Pills- CHICK THEM! 'Where Happiness Cost i So Uff/o" WEKKKAVK Hoi Office Opens B:45 p.m. Sh«« atarU 7:(M) n.ia F.asl Time Today "The Woman in the Window" Joan Rennet t with Kdward CJ. Ftobinson Serial: 'Thantum Killer Also Shorts Friday and Saturday "Sheriff of Las Vcgr is " with Wild Hill Klljou ;, s Ued Itydei- -Serial: Open 6:20 p.m.; Show Klarts 7 p.m. Last Tiine Today CONFIDENTIAL AGENT Charles Buyer, I.unrcn -Vc«-s of Ih? j; : iy Also Shtlrtu Friday and Saturday "LAWLESS EMPIRE" with Charles Starclt as the Dnrangn Tv Serial: "Son of the Giianisnian Also Shorts Manila's Finest Hhous KVEftV Niniri Matinee Sulunlnj & Sunday Box Opi-ns We«li liav* !:UIP p.m. •!at.-Siin I p.m. Coin. Shunint Last Time Today "Home in Oklahoma" wifh Hoy KoEcrs and Dale Kvans Selected Shorts . Friday "OBJECTIVE BURMA" with Krrol Also Short $ i- THEATRE Manila, Ark, Last Time Today "DECOY" with Jean Oillis and Kdwarcl N'orris r;lramoiinl News and Comedy Friday and Saturday "FOOL'S GOLD" with Ilopalang Cnssldy Cartoon ami 10th Chapter of "i^orro's Black Whip"

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