The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1949 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 10, 1949
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 194« BLYTHEVILLE COURIER PAGE FIVE Senior Boys Second in Row Girls Give Blyfheville Teams Only Loss in Cage Triple-Header Blythertiie High School's basket- r? ^r^rs .1ST The M tr'jpL b'l' ™ '"' ^vp the Manj| a cnurl "" S ™, ly M le -'" le ' s C " icis all(J P "PS ••"". ">cir games from Coach J P Ac kins' (cam,; bllt CaMh Dmm Jolinsoii's Sriunivs dropped their thirtl straight decision, a 31-9 set- Hack to the Manila senior girls, i, ,.i i e , ft>au " c 8*"« of die nlf,.... nieOhlcks walked off with a 4'>-33 win ever Manila's senior Lions and i" (he f;rs' game Coach Earl Stabler s Papooses narrowly squakcd by the Minila Juniors by a 25-23 count The Chicks led all the way Kohl" Tom a 12-8 first, period margin l.n a 24-14 hairtlme lead. The Lions milled up h, ti, c (],!,<! quiuter but [he Chicks won going away in Hie last stan/a. The Papooses re-bound"i from a 14-14 halttirae score to "ke a 19-13 third period lend bill "• Junior Lions rallied In Ihc final rlort and Ihe junior tribe hurt lo •wstlc through the last few minutes In order to save the win. The Squaws witnessed trouble 'n bitting <h e basket In the second same scoring only two field goals and five charity tosses. Liicreta Bunch scored the Squaws only Held Eoals and added (our of the five free throws. The senior teams will open their home season Tuesday night against teams from Steele High School. The lineups: Junior Game Blythevliie (25 Gentry f2) Hays 110) Holland (10) O'Brien <2) Mulders ., Substitutions Icy (I), and POI. F . F . C G.. O Manila '81 East (9) Tinton <21 Hicks f4> Bnllard -, Smith Blythcvillc— Lan B Hatsell. Manila — Fowler. Jobe and Downing. Girls Came Manila (31) p os . Bly'ville (231 Dan-son (8) .... F ... Presncll B " ck <15). P .. (1) Phillips Bhitney n> .... P ... (8) B ,, nrh " l }. 1 ; i . < * ?D ° H^c P" 1 ' 11 '!" o O'Dell Houston c Fowler Substitutions: Manila — storey (3), Meacham, Waddell, Flags. Bacon, Shastccn. Rhoads. Stoklcy Blylheyllle — Storey. Hipp, Hoii»e. Tcdlock. (42) Blythevliie Stires (3) Wise (7) Berry (13) Reid 13) ...... Vance (16) Substitutions Senfor Roys Manila <33) . (6) Veach <D Poc . (13) House Isaacs (10) Fleeman Blythevliie—stone and Droke. Manila—Horncr Chen. Kitchem Kin- _ ' __ - _ _ _ on Second Team All-State 2 of 3 from W. Memphis WILSON. Dec. 10-Cage teams of Wilson High School won two games and lost, one to West Memphis teams in a tlinlc-bill played at West Memphis last night Wilson's only setback was in the senior g;rls' game, west Memphis, was victorious 41-31 In that game Coach Roy Slohaugh's junior boys however, defeated the West Memphis Juniors 28-16 in ihe first game and his senior boys won over the Blue Devils 27 r lfi in the nightcap It was the second straight win for the senior boys and the second consecutive loss for the girls I" ihe Junior game. Robinson led Wilson with 10 points, Price led the senior girls with 13 in the second same and Tom Underwood paced the senior boys with lo point in (he final till The lincims: Junior Claine Wilson I'os.Wcst Memphis Simmcns (7) ... F Acree i°'.' es <5> P (-1) spicer Robinson (10) . C'2> B. Maynard Cisscll c« .... G. <2> Johnson McMinn . ... G .... ( 2) Kl ,- k Substitutions: Wilson - McAfee and Roberts. West Memphis — Brasfield Ml and W. Maynard (2). filrls Oamr West Memphis Pos. Wilson Parker (10) P , 9> Campbell M. White (18) ' Davis <lli) Hamlet Speight ...'... Wrleht Substitutions: F F O G G West (13) Price (0) J. Bowen Bird . Traylor - Andrews Memphis — Cumberland, Hollenbeck. Manchester. Treece. Esling. Oarrett. Wilson — P. Bowen. Brinklev, Peace Vaughn. Orceiiwcll. Senior IJoys Wilson Poi.West Memphis Forrester (4) , . p . . , 7) DDMuth B<*>- (4) . F Garcj , T. Uiidenvood IS) c. C6) McKnfght Underwood (10) o . (5) Brasfield O. Woodyard ... o . (2) Floyd Substitutions: Wilson—H. Woodyard. Johnston, Webb. West Memphis—Harbour, Secor, Porter and Checks. Dell Cage Teams Heat Missco High In Double-Header Dell High School's girls baskelbal Luxora Panthers Twice Victorious Over Burdette LUXOHA, Dec. 10 _ Lu.vora High School's Panthers swept a cage win bill from teams or Bur- delte here lasl night with Ihe girls' winning 41-a and the boys victorious by a 43-22 score. It was the second meeting of the .-season between the two schools «jii It was the second double- bill sweep by Luxora. 11 the girl's game Marshall of >ora was high, scorer with 14 POIIH.S followed closely bv team mate Stcpljcnsoi, with 13 Gore paced Burdette will, four points, iprt", , thc boys ' Same Stanford lca P IXO ''« s scoring will, 12 points with If) S WftS ' llgh for Buidette The COOTlili-s WlI.DCATS-Shown above are Comer High School's m<) b,skclb,H 'w'ildra'" I ''"'"" . ing their bid for Southeast Missouri cage laurels "Hie Wildc-.ts „,, ,, , '"'• Ska "'" 1 Hl ""-'l» wl "> '"«.• mak- ir first ,vo B ames of the season. M™,*" o, "m t:ta ^^^1^ ? ~* Finideibutk. Darrell Edwards, Jimmy May and Charles Rusythe ' Slamung urt L «> Gene Ladd, Bankey Jones, and L. N. Jums . t,l,,,Kiin t Bucl. Laslcr. Shannon Doothc. Osceola Splits Double-Header With Trumann OSCEOLA, Dec. 10—OsceoJa Hi»Jl School's Setninoles opened their 1949-50 cage season lasl night by dividing a double-header with Trumann teams. The games were played at Trumann. The Seminole girls, in Ihe first same, hung up a decisive 52-38 vie- wy over the Truiminn girls but n the second game. Tmmanns' Boys •roved too much for the Seminole.s and won. 50-33 Betty Nell Robbins and Billie Gaines Mai:n led Osccola's scoriiu- n the girls' game with 18 points •ach followed closely by Oliver with .5. In the boys' game. Scurlock of Trumann was high with !4 poinls vhile Watson led Osceola wilh 10. The Seminolc.s will play a return same with Trumann at tile Oa-eohi ligh School gym Dec. 16. The lineups: Oirls' Game Shawnee Teams Defeat Turrell In Double-Header JOINER. Dec. 10 — Shawnce. High School basketball teams made a clean sweep of a pair of names with Turrell High School last night with the girls winning 27-22 and the boys victorious 22-12. The games were played n t Turrel! The girls' game Wi!s S | OK an(J roughly played with a total ol 31) fouls called on both teams. Smith led Shawnce's scoring with 13 Deering Beats Hayti Cagers 21-19 Count lineups: teams broke Missco High's winning Luxora Poos" streak la.sL night, with a 37-31 vie- H - Haiina <S> F lory to give the Ktowah team its! Richarrisoif- p' '•'-'.' loss of ihc season. In Ihe other half of the doubleheader played al Etowah, the Dell boys defeated MLssco 31-28 to sweep the twin bill. Dixon led Dell's victory \vith 14 points and Brady paced MLssco with 11. In the boys' game .Minyard scored 16 points for Dell and Vaughn tallied 12 for Missco. The lineups: Girls' CJatnc Dell Pos. Dixon U-O .. , . F. Simmons ill). F. Walters U2) ..F Blair G. Blankenshlp . .G. Moody G Substitutions: Dell - Missco—Glenn (3i. Hoyr (lame Dell Pos Reams f 1) ... ,F. . Cook (41 F. . Simmons (4) ..C . _Minyard i 161 .G . ...G Missco ...(111 Brady O) Grcenhitl .UOi Jackson ... Wiltnoulh Jnhn.son L May — Workman. MKsco ..(11) Dunktn . .1121 Vaughn '21 Wilmouth . 131 Gurlcy Shclton Substitutions: Dell—Brinn. Holland Cagers Take Two from Steele Bulldogs HOLLAND, Mo., Dec. 'lO— Holland's cagers took two wins from Steele's Bulldog.s here last niKht, the boy.s winning 26-22 while the girls garnered a 43-37 victory. Holland's boy.s held a 21-13 hall- lime lead which Steele whittled down to the final four-point margin in the last half. Reid, with 11 pouts, paced Holland scoring while J. Franklin led Slccle with nine. Patterson, of the Holland ? irl hoomtcrs. had a big night against Stcele. She kept the neus hot while pouring in 34 points. P. Burton of St.eelc ran a close second with 23 markers. ^"Holland's girls held a 27-16 half- .-ij'iiie lead. Olrls' Game Slcelr Pos. P. Burton <2.1)..F (7) Malhcnla (7).. .F. ..(34) Christian (5I...P t2) Thompson (2>..G Hcathcock G Anderson r; *J mii^jaiy Substitutes: Steele - Driscoll. L. Hulsey. Gates. Holland-Keller, She- lion, Duvall, Harris. Hoys' Game L'cccii («...!£•... an™ J. Franklin,9.)..F , 2) Oe .,tring C Franklin (4).C M> Tavlo ° Bishop 13) G ,4, A. s f " Holland Fitzhugh Patterson McArlhur . Brandon Gray McCrary Stephen Sexton Brooks Grimes n (13) Burdette Mi Gore 2) Landc-rdale Petei-.sau Wixson Bevill Pierce Substitutions: Luxora'—"E ]ian- na 'B). Cockrcll (L'i, Marshal'i ,141 Johnson. Poteet a nd Clark Bur- dctte! - Warrinolon ,2), Lutes, and Lloyd. Lnxora iianford (12( Rutherford (4) While 161 Conner ifi, s' Game Pos. P F C. G. Biirdetlc (If)i Bubante .. lo) O'Neal '3) Daniels .. D. Young Crosskno . •ray <4> ..... G. Substitutions: Luxora"- Hill (2) Lunsford (21, J. Conner (2, Barch 15) and Williams. Burdette ....... uini- can '41, Stumbaiigh, 'Hiornton, Perkins and Davis, Big Bend National Park was so named because it lies in a hucc U- lurn i,, the Rio Grande River In Scientists arc making synthetic "cT r rV.-J' i!! " "Assure in stah- less steel 'bombs Jsccola i'oi. Mann (18) p... Robbins (I8J...F... Driver (15) F. .. Dunn G... Fielder G... Bowen G Substitutions: Osceola- „,..,„,ton. Cone U). Travis. Wood. Rine. Boncy, Golden and Gregory Trumann—Adams, Talbot. Eldritige and 'rrumann U9i Parker . (IS) Mcon .'31 Hrown Vowcll Elli.s Cassidy Trnmami Mcart 113)... Reed 18) O'Neal (12).. Scurlock (141 >s' Clanie 1'os. F . .P ..C ....i] ..G . Maslolhin (3). .G Substitutions: Osceola—Dunn «ji Lai'.num and Wilson. Osrenla i!)) Hill '2h Slovens 10) Walion .<(i) Spiers .. Wein ' •' - ............... *• points and Gill paced Turrell will, I V.V 24 ™ 101 '* 1 mfr D «' ri "8 15. ° r ''a.vtl bur.-ketctl 22 points. HAY'lT, Mo.. Dec. 10 _ Declines Mcl.eari Bailed until the final seven seconds of Ihc game lo make his only score hen; lasl night luit H was enough to give his team a -'i-IS win over liayli's cagers. The Indian ixiy.s' loss came after the Hayti girl s had come off with 31-24 victory over Deerlng. Watts The Ixjys game ,-iLso iva:,- slow with both teams employing a one defense. Tunell scored only two field goals with the remainder of their points coming on free throws lio- berlson led Siiawnce's poinl-junk- i mg with eight and Poystcv was- ' high for Tmrelt with five. The lineups: Girls's Ciime Shau nee ros Sjni!h O3» ... F, Tinsley ...... F. Drcwry (5) .. p L. Harrison .. G. Ashburi, .. _ G Housaman ... G' .... Mt:C. Substitutions: Shinvncc — bach. B. Fiitridge. Gilbow paced liayti's boys altock wilh 10 point.s Gam Hayti po^ Walls i22) .. I-''.' Pliclon (4) .. G Rowell G , Klli.s G Cecil ' G Turrell Jj''"-' 1 " 1111 ^ Hil >' U Wllliaiiis. Jones; Decline C,i.s- .'. "(l3) In Gllll r. < ! > /.. Wi "'"" ls ' ! '- Eades.' Pattei-s'on (7i Catalina ... Mitchell! Ocering .. '81 Avcralt (l:n E. Kudus .. H) Llndscy 2) Richardson Hicks Glover — Gttlings. Oreen. lln.vs' Cainc Pons. Drcs- Glibov; (!()) llarrison. Terry (4). Me- i p'^ 0 ."" y '" West Memphis _ Mor- j f'-'Wlfi'ljast Welch Brothers To Meet Roberts, Stocky Kneilsen and Tcapue i's' Oaluc Pos. Turrcli F. .. <5i 1'oystcr F ... (2i Derrick C (4) Smith G (1) G TidHCIl! Shaxviicc — Ro- ' bei-Lson <a», Haskcll and Larue West Memphis - Crye, Cook and Sliaa-ncc Higgins 16) .. Ati! "ns Welch Harrison ig, . Housatnan (3i Substitutions: DccriiiK crick. C. G . G . Hayti 111) Ward '21 Wright Of f iciol Closs AA All-State Teams FIHST I'l.iycr School ]•„,, Joe Ucangells Sublaco End Harry Spain Sinackover Tackle James Stanton Hublaco Guard Hk'liiucl Meyer Rublaco Center James Johnson Hope Guard Hubert Lefevers Magnolln Tackle Bobby Barron Ciunden End Hill Gidrtlngs Smackovcr Hack Floyd Sagely Van liuren Hack Charles llallum Canulcil Hack Norman Janes Subiaco Hark SIX'OM) TK,\M Knds- Diehard Piltman. Siiblnca; Kemp Goidun, Van niirr-n liH'kles-nuvirt Lnshley. Fayelteville; Prank Matthews. Smacknver. Ciiiiirils-Ous Kennedy, Texarkana; Glen Harvey, Van liuren. Center—Raymond Toothaker, Van Diircn. Hacks-Claude Thomas. Smackovcr; Robert Reid, Hlyllicvllle: Raymond Diuigliorly, James Lanplicre, Camden. Aee 18 18 18 IB IB IB 18 ia 18 18 18 Wl 170 1BO mi 1GS 100 212 IBS ICO 180 175 Class Jim. Sen, Jan. Hen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Sen. Stuttgart Wins Class A Title; Lake Village is B Champion Nine Teams Get Berths on A Honor Squad LITTLE FiOCK, nee. 10. W'l—All abundance oJ Rood bucks lit Arkansas' Class A football this year was Illustrated In the official IfMO all- slar team for that classification picked totlay by the coaches. The Arkansas Athletic Associa- lIon's tabulation of votes failed lo narrow Ihe selections (low,, lo lour best ball carriers for Ihc first lean,, so a five-man hackfield was picked. And five more backs were named to the second honor lenm. — » LlTl'LE Arkansas . Nine teams from throughout Uate have representation on the first 12. nnd the most places—three —went to Conway. which was iiadly hraton In Ihe semi-finals ol the plnvoffs. fitulteart and DeQucep, which vied for the championship last nisht. landed (wo and one players, respectively. The official Class A learns: l-'irsl Team Knds — Farrcll Htoailwny. Newport and Jerry Bogard. Stuttgart. Tackles — Bobby licnton. Searcy and Max Cnllalinn, Nashville. Guards — Allen Howard, Bcntori, and John Reeves. Conway. Center— Norman Smith. Conwav Backs -Joe While. Conway. UiHy Pic-kens. DcQuecn. Ray Camp, Mc- Ochce. Loiinie Quails, ciarksvllle and lillly Newton. Stuttgart Srcrmrt TVam Knds—,11m Kolb, Clarksvillc; Billy Ilarlness. Monticello. Tackles — Charles Havricn, Plg- >tl: .fames rinll, stiillRart. Ciuanl.s--Willlnni Drooks. Wynne- Hecdcr McCnllough, Nashville Center — Ronnie Hudson. Dc- Qneen. Backs - Pan) Wilson. \nVVii i Rl>ri " BS: " av Hl '" e y' StnMgarl: MilchU Harris,,,, nermctt. Newport; Elwood Mil-end! flcnnoa. Malvern; Rt.bhy Smith Nashville. Wright Nelson 2; _ nugfjcr Alayljcrn-. Fred-' Cooier DefeaSs Bs-oqgadocio by 2-PoiW Thirteen Wilson Football Players Named Lettermen WILSON, Dec, 10-Coarh Roy Sto- iiiiuah of the Wilson High School Qulldots yesterday ILsled thirteen a?ainst the Wclchs once more. The Wclch-Robert-s grudge dates back number of years when Reel and Bill Canny were favorite las partners. Kneli.sen, who don't feel too nicely Crowd picasin, E rudge wrcs«,in K ^"be rn^iu?^ second a^arfe^ ?*,%""• ^l "^ a»ce here in more iha,, a year. He j HaH'nlnyrd Z Ini^do'""'" *"" for the boys leaving them with a perfect record for tlie scr.srjn. In the cirls 1 (iarno. Hushing. White. May. MiClurn, Cooper. Krx- lon. Stewart. Perry. N'ance, D;ink- slon and Kv.m.s saw ae-linn lor rclurns to" Memorial Auditorium Monday night when Red Rohcrt.s the wreitliiu: Little Rork undertiiker renews his feud with the Wi-lc'h brothers. Robert.>-. who has nursed an ill feeling toward the wre-MIing Cherokee Indian brothers, will brhi" along Slocky Kneilsen, veteran totlghie, as his partner in the spc.-lal returned to l!,c Mi<l-Smilh circuit only week when he poifor-ncil ID a tag match here with Pat Murphy against Chris Belhas and Don K^ene. In addition to the grudge l«>-,it ' two one-fall preliminary njatoiirs ' are also on the card. I;) Ihe ' ' - - Kneilsen will meet Joe Welch, and ^=^S= ; ^pi|f|^^fg ;r; =i= : S :: =^ r. , n..! ._ ...... |_ all g| p | | -~ •— ~ In Ihe bwj.' Pnnderbm-X-. |!I Ladd F:riv,,uds, Jones pl;r, rd lor C aler. Wells. Crr.v.y. ton .ind ueUakey :,v Hunt . |, ,-,- j (M ics. ,:isf'M- raid c i'itfr anri Ciall- I)|,iy!<if k, Urn- ;r, v .,ervue for 11 members of Ills .starting lineup plus l\vo reserves played enough (luarU'i.s during Die season to become eligible lor football awards Of the 1.1 to receive letters, five arc .si-nior.s and ivJH be last to the j Bulldogs next year. The other eight will be back for the I9.W season. To receive letters: backs—Toin- mir- Buylcs. Jj.mes Muticy, Kdwin Webb. H.OWHITI Wfjodyard. Eugene ^ix'.n and IV. P. Cash. l.i;,«n.-ii — Il'iti Forrester. .James Garlcll. Frank Keel. Eu->rue Woridyaril, l>,)n Mc- IJanlc!, Cecil Williams and David Douglas. ROCK. Dec. lO- School football day was mothballed until next September, wilh Slultgnrl ami Lake Villanc having won Ihc lust two slate championships to be determined. The champions won their titles In different ways in last night's playoff finals. Stuttgart battered De-Queen. 73 to 18. for the Class A crown In war memorial stadium here. Like vlllngc successfully defended Us Cl-ss n championship by trimming pocahonlas, 13 to 12, at Joucsboro. Other Arkansas tltll.sts — Little Rock In the Bl/j Six nnd Smackover In Class AA — already had been decided. DeQnecn scored Ihe time II got the ball .but Ihe Leopards' enthusiasm was .shortlived. Slult- gart. paced by Ray tletley's four touchdowns and Hilly Newton's three, tied it up fi-fi by UK- cn d or (he first quarter and then /.o*tnn- cd ahead 34-G before Ihc half ended. Despllc the fact, that his team was utterly outclassed, nilly Pickens showed why he Is so highly touted. The dangerous halfback scored all of DcQuecn's touchdowns lo run his season scoring total of 216 polul.s. one of his tallies was on a n(i-yar<l klckotf return. An extra point plunge by frauds Mir/nantl, brother of University ol Arkansas star Gcno ManaiUI, decided the Issue nt Jnnr.sboro. Phil RcBinclll and Spin-lock scored Ihe Beavers' touchdowns. Billy Tcmpleton ran in and 12 yards for Poc.'ihnnfas' touchdowns, but Hugh Billlls missed Ixith of his kicks for extra points. 1 Playoff Finalists Dominate Squads Subiaco Places Four Smackover Gets Two Berths on First 11 Robert Reid, niythcvlllc High. School's 130-pound hard charging fullback, received second team ment lion on the official class AA all- itatc high school team announced today by the Arkansas Athletic Association. Id, a Junior at Blvthevllle School, was the only Chick to receive mention along with halfback Charles (Rum uitos on the Arkansas Democrat selecllons announced two weeks ago. Only first and second Icams wer» picked by the AAA. No honorable mention was made. nisli-lel Seven, from whence c-lianiHlnn Smackover came, dominates the official team, but Subiaco. wlncli lost lo Smackover it, the Playoff final, | ms tllc m(J > t ,.„„..,. scnlallvM-fcrnr-o., the first eleven DoubJe-A coaches. The seventh, .south Ark»'««s UlRskln hollicd, was honored w, 1. , lx s ,., c ,tions - Iwo from Rmackoycr, two from Camden and one each from Hope and Magnolia Notable i, Ihe fact U ,at District inrec, in i.,ast Arkansas, which pro- a'^nidlTpla'ce "ma' 1 ""'" * y - Mr team. ' lc s ^ ScJecilnn of three Subiaco linemen, ond Joe DeariRclls. guard James Slanlon and center Richard that ll,i! Trojans iiaii the best class AA line | n th(! state.'Their slrfty limner. Norman .lanes, was nanu'd to a backficld post. neansells and Stnnlon, who are Juniors, are the only ' team all- staters who arc. not seniors. to- Porfaqeville's A And B Teams Win Pair from Risco PORTACiEVILLK, Mo.. Dec. 10— Portaucvlllc MiKh School's A and cage teams won a doiihle-hcndc over Disco Icams here Inst nigh with the A team winning 411-28 am the I! team victorious :t()-25. In Hit? A cfiiiie. Kdu-ards of Pnr was hiith with 13 pnlni- and Carlisle was ivlth 12 [mints. In the n same. for nisco Miller of Rlsco scored 10 points nnd f'orlnwlllc tallied eighl. Tuesday nlKht Pi.rlaKeville will plav VVanlell ,il Porla^evJIe. The lineups: A r..n Porlfif-cvilic f Tanner <'-!) F Scual (Hi p Krlwards (111 C Reaves <T> Ci £ohnor (7) (i ]LJ Svibslllulions: PortagcvHlc -- De- LLsle <2'. Widner. Hulsoff '21. Goodman and Ilimon. RVcn Hiiffinaii. o/b'irii ami Hcnton (2) II C:u Hollywood Cunlhiucil From i>.i gc < el," Uzabclh said. Llznbcth chopped the "E" [rom her name lo make It tlLstlncUve Recently sljc had it legalized. People sill] want to know what han- nencd to the "E." .Spelling [Ire neectidy. in planning a personal- appearance tour around the country, LlhabiMh wrote letters to thp newspaper of each town on h«r Itinerary. She was being helpful. Slu- said, simply, "Gentlemen, this Is ihe way I spell my name- LIK- ABETlt scott." In return came numerou.i letters from these editors. They wanted to assure her of their co-operation They .said: "Hear Llsiuilh—(rust as In spi-tl •our iiiuiie correctly. " "M.v dear Miss Coll: Appreciate our slviii); us II,,. proper spelling if your rlrsl inline—I.Mieiilli." "Miss Seolt: We [irltle ourselves on ciirri-cliicss. Vnur nnnrlf will a|i- [inar s|irileil i,Essa[ictll, as you re-" "About men?" I asked. "Men?" She raised an eyebrow; a bushy, unpluckcd, natural eyebrow. She said: "i believe In them— there .should always be one—or wore." I dale the Held," she said, not being as flippant as the words Posterity HiS';o (2> Smithj <2i Ilurch '3) Fullcrlon '12) Carlisle C7i Fair BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION I'UICIO ANYWUKKK! Is on Sale at Hie Legion Arena from 6 p.m. li lay, December 12 Slanting Time 8:00 „ Mnmlny ADUI.TS ftOc — CHII.DKFN |5 C BOX SKATS 15c EXTKA (Tax Incllidcil) TAG MATCH STOCKY KNEILSEN and RED ROBERTS versus ROY WELCH and JOE WELCH__ Also Two 1-Fall 30-Minute Matches Kneilsen Joe Welch uncement \\'i- :ir c tflad lo announce lo the inil.lic, cs- 1'iTially tliusc who rmiy i JC intci'c.stcd in buy- ii.X '>i' .soiling real t'statp, that Mr. Kixy ^Viliianis, i.-: HUW iis.smiiatcd with our oi'fice, n.s Real Ks'atc Sak-'siiian. Mr. \Villiams liavc lived in Llio vicinity of Biylhcville most of his life, and is therefore well known. UY iiiviio till his friends to call on him for nny of your red estate needs. W.M.BURNS-Realtor REAL ESTATE ond INSURANCE SERVICE Portageville Hall Mi Dltrgcss ifi) Whilakcr (7i Foster i(!i Moylan <Si Substitutions: Graham and Fanner (21. Hi Coffee. KlniMI. a/id Anders Pin. F . F C. . G <; Risen '!<!• Miller Hi Kea.ster 1 1 > Burrc',s j sounded. •Sonjctliijlp fnr A sir] wa n Is a man with strenyt-h, not someone who leans. I waul (o line) a man who makes rue feel so utterly feminine thai T can't. even make up my mind about what Maun- .sundae f order, 'As far us matrimony is concerned. I an, In lavor of that. t,». Every married couple should have it." I wailed for Ihe serious Iwisl I was sure would follow, it did 'When r find THE man I'll ?et married. I'd certainly rather le.ivc a couple of children behind me tin couple ol motion pictures." Schmidlc Point. Maine, cut* farther Imo Ihc Athntlc than any ' air-prill; other ,„>:„! of rock (,n the eastern C'npcfand , coasl. PorraRrville . — '•o — I Whale meal is often served on '51. I Japanese dinner tablci. mthinx average about Mr'rc nlfcrinjt 5011 in Linres. t)f roursr you !ti:ii «-f have cvcrythlnij in (lie npplUnrc line.

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