The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1945 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 20, 1945
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P£GE SIX BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, KKHKUAKY 20, 19.15 Chick Cagers To Meet Jonesboro Here Tonight Final Home Tilt For Blytheville Osceola Girls Slated To Meet Local Team In Opening Contest Coach Arvil Green and hlsChlck- tsaws will play their final home jontest tonight against (he strong Jonesboro Golden Hurricane, in an DOPE BUCKET • •1 i. f. FilKND game. Tiic Chicks will play the nightcap of the doubleheader, following llr. Arvll Green's girls who will oppose the Osceola Scmlnoles beginning at 7:30 . at the local gymnasium. Jonesboro has ' won two out of three games In the conference, while the Chicks are out for their first win by avenging their only defeat against the Hurricane three weeks ago. Jonesboro's only loss was at the hands of the Little Rock Tigers. El Dorado's Wildcats are leading the conference with 12 wins and 1 loss. Their only lo?s was from the wildcats of North Little Rock, whom Jonesboro defeated 3 weeks ago •19-40. Coach Pete Craig's Hurricane has been hindered the past two weeks by the loss of two players, Mullins and Bill Johnson, who arc going to the Navy. "Moon" Mullins, varsity guard position has been filled by Gene Carr. The Chicks will journey to Jonesboro Friday for the "A" Division Four Invitational Tourney They drew as their first opponent Rector High. The other game Friday night is between Lcachvillc and Corning. If the Chicks win Friday night over Rector they an pitted against the Parngould Bull dogs. The Leachvillc-Comlng win ne'r will play Jonesboro In th semi-finals. The winner of the Dislricl nice will go lo Ihe Stale Tournament week later at Little Rock. Mrs. Green's sextel will oppos one of the strongest girls teams i this section, the Scminolcs of Os ceula. Osceola boasts one of the leadlii feminine cagers in Mississlp] County, Mollie Watson, (all for ward. The Chicks probable starters w: be: Dorothy Conley. Bonnie Ba and Bonnie Hodge at forward ai Crete Moody, Pat Godwin and Ruth Seay at Guards. Probable Starting Lineup: P. (Wimpy) Burns, now can appreciate Ihe feeling of a pin cushion. . : . . He says he has been jabbed r blood counts so often that if ey do It many more times he ill" need a transfusion to keep ting . . . '"The Wimp," who re- inlly was sent to Camp Hood, exas, for entry Into McCloskey. cncral Hospital at Temple, writes om Camp Swift, Texas (Ward -I, Regional Hospital) that: Well, here I am—in another hos- tal . . . They were lo .send me i McCloskcy, but now tlicy aren'l aking anyone except returns from verscas and have nuule an am- utation center out. of It ... And, rothcr, I ain't got a thing I want nt up (yet), more especially my roken neck. ... So, they bundled me up and hustled me over to this iflrmary at Camp Swift ... So ar, I haven't seen the doc, but lave been here only two days . They have only gotten around to aking my blood count, then two lood counts, mid so on ... II hey do that many more times '11 have lo get a transfusion lo •iQep going. "They will just about come h icrc one bright day and slap or another brace . . . 'Hint is where ve will come to the parting of th way . .'. By the way, I heard tha Lieut, Byron Morse was statlonci liere at Swift ... If so, please scud me his address so I can giv him a ring . . . Also, any other who are here." "Wimpy" .sends under separate cover a copy of the "Camp Swift Baron," a snappy sheet, for my ommancllng general of the Army round Forces, and four of his Ides . . . The general's visit was iformal and of an Inspection na- ire . . . GETS URGE—'Hie pod •ould say that In Hip Spring a oung mail's thought's turn to love . 'Mnybe tlio guy was right, but ot for Bobby Wiildcn, Electrician's late 2-c . . . The former crack 2hlckas!iw end writes his parents, Ir. and Mrs. John Waldcn, -that ic lonss for a chance to wet a ook or trek over the fields and n the woods hi search of wild nine ... To help soothe him, Mrs. Waldcn has assembled sonic if the outstanding limiting and 'Islilng, magazines and mailed hem to Bobby . . . Already in receipt of the Shellback and Golden Dragon certificates, Mrs. Walden Pep Keeps Title In Garden Bout Defeats Tcrranova In 15-Round Match Before 10,000 NEW YORK, Feb. 20 (U.P.)- Wec Willie Pep coasted and slipped lo the thlnl successful defense of his New York featherweight title In Madison Square Garden before more limn 10,000 fans. The decision was unanimous as Pep gave Tcrranova a complete boxing lesson during the 15 round of the championship route. Pci> tented started slowly and con himscll In the first few Bobby's ownership It certifies that ins received Certificate . . iBobby owns one plunk In the flrsl :lcck of the U. S. Wisconsin, one of Uncle Sam's giant and most modern battle wagons . . . Bobby wouldn't tell where lie was and wouldn't if he could for safety he was well Brother reasons, but In the ''hot 'spol" growing collection reiterates his previous He nlso desire to J. !'., who served two years In North Africa, Sicily and Italy, is teaching code nl George Field, Til. XMAS GREETINGS Cant. Chester A. Brooks has his own Ideas about the proper place lo deposit Christmas greetings . . . 'Hie former Nebraska fullback, who WHS stationed al the Blyllicvllle. Army Air Field before (joins; overseas, writes Sam Owens lo tell the Owens twins that he delivered their Christmas cards where they would do the most, good—right atop Berlin, in the form of giant rounds with snapping back Terranova's bead with long jabs to the head. Then in the fourth round Tcr- rnnovn got to the champion mid shook him up a bit, and the challenger - also managed to keep the 5lh even. I3ut from that point Pep opened up more and more. 'Die United Press score sheet gave Pep ten rounds, Ten'anova two and scored three rounds even. Judge Marty Monroe scored ten for Pep and five for Tcrranova, Judge Tommy GllfoH gave Pep 12, Tcrranova five; and Referee Arthur Donovan gave ten to Pep, three to Terra nova and scored two even. This Is the third lime thai Pep has defended his title since win- Blytheville Lancashire , Gay Kretch Ferguson Pogue Substitutes: well, D. caldwell Wilson, DcLoug, Johnson. Farr. Substitutes: Jonesboro: Henson Cook, Wood, Jernigan. IP. F. - C. G. G. Jonesboro Stephens Sloan . Mobley Holman Carr show me how lo catch fish . . . Most interesting! GET BIG THRILL To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyelt their biggest thrill of this war came last Thursday evening . . . Luckily, they were tuned to a certain radio network and beard their son, Scrgt. Fred Boyctt. Jr., interviewed on n program that ov- bombs . Capl. Brooks played football under the famed and colorful Biff Jones . . . Biff, you will recall, is the coach who barred the Governor of Louisiana, Kuey P. Long, from the bench and dressing room of Louisiana State University, then told him In no uncertain terms where he could go If nlng it from aged Chalky Wright on Nov. 20, 1D42. He fought Sal Bartola, the current NBA champ, In June, 19-13, then went into the Navy. When he was released last year he meL Chalky Wright In a 1 return match and beat him for the second time. Tcrranova is the former NBA featherweight tillcholder. lie ost the crown lo Bartola last ear. H is very doubtful that Pep will lave another chance to defend Die rown before going back into tin. ervice. He has been accepted 05 he Army. 'Hie gate was disappointing, nm ell short, of putting Pep in Uie nilHon-dollar class. According to his handlers-,^, hi lad drawn $335,000 before to NOTICE OF SALK n the Chancery Court for the Cbickasawba District of .Mississippi County, Arkansas. Tom Martin, and 1. E, Crawford, Trustee. ..Plaintiffs vs. No. 8499 W. A. Hutton, cl al, Defendants Notice Is hereby given that the inderslBiicd, commissioner In chancery, will, pursuant, to the order of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, rendered on the 23d day of August, 1044, in cause number 8499 pending wherein Tom Martin and H. E. Crawford, Trustee are plaintiffs and W. A. Hutton Thclmu Louise Hutton. Mrs. Olg; Hutton. Mrs. II. D. Alston, Mrs. W A, Thlcnie, Mrs. Frank Novvlin, Mrs Clyde Mllligan, Edgar Hutton, Jo Hutton, Mrs. Jewell Hutton and Mi's. H. D. Hobinson are defendants, on the 13th (lay of March, 1015, of• for sale at public auction, at the South (front) door of the' Court House for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to the highest and best bidder, the following lands and property in the Chickasawlm District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: (Count one (1): A tract of land, one (1) acre square. In the southeast (SE) corner of lot three (3). in the North-west quarter (NW'/i) of the North-east quarter (NE',l) of section thirty-one (31), township fifteen (15) north, range nine (9) cast, which property lies adjacent to the west line of the right-of-way of Arkansas State Highway number 18, Count two (2): One (1) Continental Gin, 3-80 snw gin saws, with one (1) Buckeye Diesel engine, located on a certain one (1) acre plot of ground on Baltimore Avenue, in the town o( Manila, Mississippi County. Arkansas, and known as the Woodrow Hutton of wagon scales iiiu: one (1) pair of cotton platform scales; also all shafting, belts and pulleys used in connection with the use of said machinery; double press" and cotton packer; all conveyors, pipes and flttinss. Also the gin liouse and cotton house hi which said machinery was then and Is now located in the city of Manila, Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas on a tract of land one (1) acre square, in the south-east corner of lot three (3) in the North-west imai'tin- (NW'/i) of the North-east quarter INK 1 ,!), section thirty-one (31), township fifteen (15) north range nine (9) east, which property lies adjacent to the west line of the right-of-way of Arkansas : state highway No. II), and fur', liter described as being and com• nioiily known and referred lo a? the Woodrow llutlon Gin. Said sale will be held between the hours of nine o'clock in the forcuooi and three o'clock in the nftcrnooi uf the date aforesaid, upon the fol lowing terms: On a credit of thiei months. It is further ordered tha said undersigned commissioner shnl accept bids upon said lauds aiu property as a single unit or in sep aratc lots and divisions as herein above described as counts one, hv ml three respectively, either of ,'liicli he may accept depending pon which of the two shall bring lie largest and most amount of ipiicy, The purchaser at such sale! vill be required to give bond, with .pproved security, to secure the jaymeiit of the purchase price and i lien will be retained on said lands ind properly further to secure such Mirchase money. WITNESS my hand this 19 day of February, 19-15. HARVEY MORRIS Commissioner in Chancery. 220-27 New Theater Manila's Finest Ol'EN 7 EACH EVENINO MATINEES SATURDAY AM) SUNDAY AT 1 O'CLOCK Buy War lionds (In'Our Ixjbby Anytime) And Keep Them! iginated on Guam the only Blytheville: C.Cald- Juniors W/n Two Contests In Tournament disappointing feature was the brevity of the program, but there was no mistake that the "Sergl. Boyctl from Arkansas" was the local boy . . . SEES GENERAL— Another son, Corp. George (Buddy) who Is stationed with the Infantry on Camp Howzc, Texas, sends a recent edition of the "Camp Howzc Howitzer" . .' . The biggest news of the week concerned a visit by Gen. Joseph Stllwell. ic didn't like It . PAlNTING-^Charlcs L. STILL Ozlcr. the former local sign painter and one of the most rabid sports fans ever met. sends a copy-of '-'Th Welfarer," published for the per sonue! of Mobile Air Tcchnica Command, Ala. . . . His acldres. is 1530 Albatross Dr., Mobile. > The Blytheville Juniors basketball tecvm won two fames In Ihfc District boys' competition- yesterday fet Jonesboro.and-today-wore-to play another game in an effort to reach the finals. The young team, coached by Miss Warren Foster,'drew wide applause lor both the players and the feminine coach after winning the first game from the demonstration high school of Arkansas State College. Jonesboro, and the second game from Dclaplaine Junior High School In the first game, the Biythevillt team won 26-15 from the junior high team of Arkansas State, play FAMOUS DISCOVERY acts fast on the kidneys — to ease painful bladder irrititio caused by excess acidity in the urin .' Thousands >re tKinkmi OR. KILMER SWAMP ROOT lor htlpinj lh«m lo I move the canst ol needleil "getttaf up ntchts". For Ihls pure herhal mrdLcin originally created by a pracliiint phyi ctan, acts quickly lo Increale the (l urine ... helps relieve backache, run. Feeling, uncomfortable xymptorai of bladder irritation. SWAMP ROOT It > scientific preparation. A corabiakllon fll carrfully blended netbl, roots, vifetabU*, balsams. Absolutely noEAcnr rtKrfh •' habit-forming wnen you us. Dr. Kilratr'l medicine. Just good Ingredients Alt act fast lo bring you c«\r comfort! Send for free, prepild sample TODAY1 Like thousands of others you'll be glad that you did. Send niroe and address U Department C, Kilmer 4 Co., Inc., Box 1255, Stamford, Conn. Olfer limited. Send at once. All druggists sell Swamp Root. ing at 11 o'clock in ihc morning. The second game, pinycd at 4 p.m., was with Delaplnine with the locals victorious by a score of 13-8. Billy Bob Elliott was high scorci for the locals In both games, mnk fug 13 points in the morning- gain and 8 in', the -afternoon: .!.,<.•:'• Rbtmmng home for on. ovcrnigh rest" uiej^wcnl lo Jonesboro thi morning to meet the winner of th Tyronza-Paragould game, playc ast night. W. A. AIHick and Mrs. Charlc Criggcr Jr., accompanied the teai here yesterday and Mrs. W. H Scruggs and C. G. Redman mart 1C trip today. light's fight in some CO Piles! Ow!! —But He SMILES, Now He wise as lie was. Use same formula used by ilnclnrj ntljimclK'cly at noted Thorn- Ion t Minor Clinic. Surprising QUICK palliative relk'C ot p:iin, itcli, Foieness. Helps sotlen niul tenda to shrink swell- Ing. Get lube Thornton & Minor's ItccUl Ointment—or Thornton fi; Minor Ucclal Suppositories. It not !lci;j;]iiecl with this DOCTORS' way, low cost Is refunded. it til good drug stores everywhere. At all drug stores evcrywhcrc- Tuesday 'PEARL OF DEATH" with Basil Italhbonc Serial & Short You're Not Too Old To Feel Young This Is a message for men who ave known life but no longer find t llirllling because of the lack or ertain vitamins and hormones, 'ronione, a recent medical discov- ry combining vitamins and hor- noncs may multiply the vim and est and enjoyment you once knew. Your whole approach, your whole ittitude toward life, may Improve vhen you begin to use Tromone. Now it may be possible for middle aged men to again enjoy the same spirit, vitality and pleasures that nade their youth a thing to remember. Addea years may not subtract from your pleasures when you use Tromone, the new medical formula combining vitamins and hormones. Follow directions on label. Tromone for sale by Robinson Drug Co. and druggists everywhere. Wednesday & Thursday "IN THE MEANTIME, DARLING" with Jeanne Craiu A- Frank l.alimore Fox News i Short Kin. Count three (3): One (II Horizontal 90 HP Buckeye oil engine No. 9313; three <3) stands of 80- saw Continental gins, nos. 2436024422 and 24398; three (3) Mitchell cleaners and feeders attached to said gins and numbered B7H-9115 and 971fi; one (1) pair bouts. The take at Madison Square Garden was less than $50,000, so Pep still has a few thousand to go to bit the million mark. Tils record, an amazing cue in boxing annals, now. stands at 85 lenUir victories in 81 professional fights. BACKACHE, LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidney* H bnctacho tail leg piinj arc niittnn you iserable, don't jintconinlamanij do nothing ' , rxhout them. Nature pray uo your kidney? ntc»l allenUop; : j. .• "•, The kidnej-B itfl Nature'* thJel Way of U lane cier&g atiJs and ^olspbou^ bruits out of tb« blood. They, help, niOek •peopto piw about 3 pinion day. i If tha 15 milta of Iddnty tubes and GHtra i] a n't work well , p niaonoo* wute ma tte r alays in Ihc blood .These pouona maystirt nsccioit Imkarries, rhcumatio piiiu, lej[ jnitis, lc*.i of pep and cnercy, geHio* up ni|;htj, swelling, injffiiKsi unJe r tho ey«, hekHicciu and dmi- 11 CM. Vi equcnt or scanty peaces wit h »m»it- in 5 and huTui n a sorncl tmca show* (hcreua ome- llmig wrong nitn your kidneys or bliditct, 1 Don't wail! Ask your dnitffiat for Doan'n Pillj, tucd Bucccfalufly by millions for over 40 years. They K<VB happy Teliel »ntl will _b rip of Vidn« FOR SALE 80 acre farm with two good houses and barns. One mile from Monette, Ark. Has orchard and excellent improvements. • : I, ;;;:../; 300 acres of good farm land. Three good barns and other farm houses. Give references and also list farming equipment. Land located South of Blyrheville. Write Box DK % Courier Hews Open 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 Tuesday PAL NITE 'Henry Aldrich PSays Cupid' with Jimmy Lyihni & I)i;uia Lynn Selected Shorts Wednesday & Thursday ALSO THE FOLLOWING HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS: Expert Auto Body Repair * * Henry Rhodes, whom we consider one of the best workmen in this area, is now in charge ot our Taint & Body repair shop . CALL US FOR ESTIMATES. , * * Lee Motor Sales 305 E. Main Ph. 519 ORERS URGENTLY NEEDED AT ONCE! GOOD PAY Free Transportation To Job OOD FOOD AND LODGING ONLY $1.00 PER DAY U. S. Navy ROCKET PLANT Maytag Electric Washing machine. 8-Ft. Electric Kcfvigeraloy. 25-Gal. Wash Kettle. .1 Metal Wall Cabinets. G-Ft. double drainboard kitchen -sink. 6-Kl. liasc kitchen cabinet. Dixie Queen conk stove— coal or \vooti. 25-Kt. copper pipe. Duo-Therm oil burning heater. Dishes, pots, vessels, tea kettle. Flour barrel with rolling board. 6 piece modernistic dining room suite. 12x10 fell rug with rug mal. Writing desk with chair. •I piece poster bedroom suite. 5 piece Hollywood style bedroom suite. 2 porch swings with chains 3 praclicaly new lawn chairs. 2 piece living room suite. Platform rocker. Club chair with Ottoman. 3 electric table lamps. Singer Sewing machine. Coffee table. AT Camden, Ark. APPLY AT YOUR NEAREST UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT OF.FICE ^• iC Regulations All Hiring in Accordance radio leg center table. S'iglil stand, icnith combination and phonograph, piece breakfast suite, piece set Dr. Burnett cookware. Leather cushioned kitchen slool. 3/'l bed and springs with new inner spring mattress. Iron bedstead. 3 pairs springs. 2 double bed size innerspring mattresses. Double bed si/e Bcauly- rcst mattress. Three .square galvanized wash tubs to match Maytag washer. Two rocking chairs. End Table. 3 wall mirrors. Half lard stand of sugar. 48 pound stand home made lard. Home killed meal. G Venetian blinds. Five sets drapvics (now). Other occasional household effects too numerous to mention. This Residential Property In Monette: One Four Room House, 2 Lots. One Five Room House On 3 Lots You'll find your Studebaker dealer a helpful citizen 'T'HE months ahead may be hard going lor many motor JL cars and trucks—but you will find your nearby Studebaker dealer alert as always to your transportation needs and alive to his obligations to his community and his country. i Despite losses of men to the armed services, Studebaker • dealers have mobilized their facilities and their organizations to keep automotive equipment in good shape. And they are also continually, co-operating in all programs to conserve cars- trucks, tires and gasoline. If you don't know your nearest Studebaker dealer, you ought to get acquainted. He's a truly helpful citizen. THE STUDEBAKER CORPORATION Chomblin Sales Company ISlytheville, Arkansas Sfucfebafcer... Peacetime builder of fine cars and (rucks News of the l);ty Sliorl CHICKASAW West Slain Near 21st St. Sal. starts 12:45; Sun. starts J>i5 Night shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens 6:45 Continuous shows Sal. and Son. Tuesday BUDDY NITE 2 Tickets for the Trice of 1 "SEVEN DOORS TO DEATH" with Chick Chandler & June Clyde- Selected Shorts Wednesday & Thursday Double Feature "MEN OF TEXAS" with Kobcrl Slack A- Jackie Cooper anil "JAILHOUSE BLUES" vith Robert 1'aigc i- Anne Gwynnc AUCTION SALE STARTS THURSDAY February 22nd, 10 A. M, Two Blocks N. of Methodist Church in Monette Property of Dave FSagg Joe Garrctt, Auctioneer RECAPPING and VULCANIZING All Recapping Strictly Guaranteed. Quick service. In Any Size Passenger Car Tire. Our Molds Will Handle Up lo Size 700x16 Tires. ALL SIZES of RECAPPED PASSENGER CAR TIRES FOR SALE- RATION FREE! I A R K I Kl SERVICE L A K IV I IN STATION 12 Years At Alain & Lake Street Call 965 For Pickup & Delivery Service RITZI THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAY NIGHTS Box Office Opens 1:15—Show SUrU I at 7:30. & SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS \f Box Office Opens 1 Show Start* 1:15 Tuesday & Wednesday Tuesday Night Is OPPORTUNITY ONE BODY TOO MANY. i\ilh .lack Haley, , I'arkcr, anil Bcla Lugosi UKO NKVVS AM) COMEDY

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