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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 19, 1953
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SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 1053 BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Fighting Giickasaws Turn Back North Little Rock Safety in Third Quarter Leads To 2-0 Victory . Valor and courage were the rule rather than the exception for Blytheville's Chickasaws at Haley Field last .night as they put forth a heart-throbbing effort in stoppiuig North Little Rock 2-0. For the Chicks, who were ne\ more magnlticient, It wa« a gre victory. Since last year when North Lit Rock beat them 25-0, they ha been pointing for the return da Members ol last year's team we anxious to wipe out the memo of that nightmare. They did, with as thrilling i heart- wrenching a ball game ever is likely to be run oil Haley Field. Only score of the contest cam when End Billy Gilbow and Qua Billy Michael and at least one oth Chick, nailed Worrell in his zone lor a safety. And that was the end ol tr scoring, but not a fan left his se until some 17 playing minutes an six frights later when the Chic! ran out the clock on their own 20. As the third quarter ended, th Wildcats began making a de ermined bid to score. Kenneth Fisher^ a real Chi< workhorse, last night punted (ar nearly had it blocked) from his 4 j\j the Wildcat 33. &A partial-screen pass from Pau fcner to Worrell, covered 24. ya: and moved to the Blythevllle 24, Beard, on a fullback counter the middle, moved it to the 19 be fore little Ralph Snyder stoppe the threat with an interception.. After Bell dropped a potentia interception and touchdown wile he broke up a Fihser-to-Akers pas. Fisher kicked out to the Wildcat 36. Begin to Move Then the visitors began to mov with about Four minutes remaining Hunhing from the spread Faulkne sent Beard up the middle for fiv and Worrell got three to the 41. Snyder and Akers saved a sur touchdown on the next play whe they came racing up to down Rain ey who almost broke away befor they nailed him on the Blythevill 45. Faulkner, had to pass, then ran 31 yards to the Blythevllle 14 am things really looked bad as he sen vj~ orrell up the middle to the Chick are. From that point, It was secon and two with two minutes left. But the Chicks were beginning tc fathom the fullback and halfback counter plays. The middle of" the line, led b; Michaels, Fong and Jones, bulgec In to smother Worrell back on the eight. .Beard pushed it back to the five to make It fourth and two and a Wildcat receiver on the nex play was nearly ripped in two as he caught Faulkner's pass, dropped the ball and Blytheville took over. But not for long. A fumble gave North Little Rock the ball on the five once more anc It was the Chick line which turned back the threat. Charles Ray Hall broke through to nail Rainey right on the five. On the next play, Hall blasted Worrell hack on the ten and the middle of the line refused to give ground on the third-down attempt Then it was Bobby Hill's turn. With fourth down coming, the Wildcats elected to try a jeld goal Hill, from his right end position. '•'roke i through and smothered the attemped boot Just as it left the kicker's toe. ' There's More Thinking the worst must surely be over, Blytheville fans breathed easier as the Chicks took over on their 20. But one of the most hectic minutes of football was yet to be run off. Fi sher, kicking from his end zone had the punt blocked by Hooten and for the third time in less than three minutaes. the visitors found themselves with the ball on the Chick five, first down and goal. But Allen Shanks dived on a North Little Rock fumble on the six and Fisher, again punting from his end wine, barely got his kick away It was returned to the Blytheville 21 where Michael grabbed the last fumble of the night. Two plays later the Chicks had their incredible victory- Actually, until those waning mm- utes, Blytheville had the ball game pretty well in hand. Once the Chicks lost their early game jitters, they took charge of the ball game about midway in the first quarter. North Little Rock drove to the Biytheville 46 on the hard running of Beard and Worrell in the first when Billy Michael, a standout for the night, pounced on.a fumble. From that point, the Wildcats failed to move the ball into Blytheville territory and showed only a few real threats. One of these in the second quarter, was nicked by a penalty. The Chicks' defense several times set up potential touchdowns. Real heartbreaker though occurred as the second half gasped its dying breaths. Fisher set up the try when ne punted out beautifully on the Wildcat 14. Rainey got four and then fumbled on the next play. The entire right side of the aggressive Chick line broke through and smo thered the ball and ball carrier. Fisher's pass was no good then Akers went Jour to the 11. On a reverse, the speedy Akers, working off the successful Chickasaw revise, moved down- the east sidelines to the North Little Rock two and a "irst down. But the stopwatch moved too last Fisher broke through the middle or one as the half ended and thus nullified Blytheville's deepest first- lalf penetration. Both teams had trouble holding he ball in the first quarter. Bobby Hill roared around end for 22 yards in the end raound late in the first :uarter for a first down on the Wil- Lcat 16. After a loss, Akers movec t back to the 15 but on fourth down fumble deep in Blytheville terri ory was picked up by a blue jer- NOT QUITE — Underneath this mass of football players was Kenneth Fisher, Chickasaw fullback, who was just about 1 yard short of a touchdown as th,i half ended last night with Blytheville having a second down on the North Little Rock two. (Courier News rhoto) Alabama Is Stunned by Upset At Hands of Miss-Southern By BOB HOOBING NEW YORK (AP) — Now that the football has taken its-first crazy hop of 1953 in th smashing 25-19 upset of mighty Alabama by Mississippi Southern, the teams in action tocla cast a more suspicious eye on their opponents. Dragons Get 25-0 Victory Harrison High School's Dragons ; yesterday opened their 1953 season :• successfully when the journeyed to ! West Memphis and took a 25-0 win. Sanders paced the Dragons with 1 Jwp touchdowns. Strickland and nPlell got the other pair and Richard Sanders ran for the lone extra point. Bell had five stitches taken In his lip following the game, but Coach Ira Young predicted he . would be ready lor next week's Same. _ Wednesday night the Dragons entertain Forrest Field. City at Haley ey and only a great effort on the lart of Billy Gilbow saved a touch :own. Giibow brought down two Wild ats on the'Northsider's 28. One o hem had the ball. Great Effort Coach Russell Moseley's redshirts .ever put forth a better team ef- ort. No individual stars made thcm- elves known in the overall game a.* ome 15 Chicks gave it all they hac rom the opening gun. Probably most of the credit woulc ave to go to Bill Stancil's hard- •orking line which refused to give p and kept .the pressure on for le full 48 minutes. Playing without the services of vo top backs—Blocking Back Reel hildress and Halfback Tommy rtoseley—Blytheville opened the ame with sophomore Akers in the ft half slot and Sophomore Full- ack Charles Abbott playing block- ig back for the first time. Both turned in good, steady gam- 6, Moving behind surprisingly ef- ective blocking In the line, Fisher lowed the potentialities of a great unner. He powered his way to 155 yards in : carries to account for belter than ilf of the total Chickasaw yard- ge. In most of these efforts the bio- ing of Michael and Jones played big part. Fisher turned in one of the top rillers of the night when he broke to the clear as the third quarter gan and raced 52 j'ards to the ildcat 19. On the run, the Chick fullback und a nice hole, bumped off two cklers and was in the clear about idfield. But Rainey was just a few j eps faster, came up from the rear d hauled him down. But this great effort was not with t Its results From the 19, the ilcks drove to within one foot of e first down on the nine and several plays later got their safety. The Linemen A whole host of linemen are due Southern California's Rose Bo 1 team was particularly uneas opening its Pacific Coast title d tense against Washington State. The Trojans, looking at UCLA 41-0 thumping of Oregon State la night, were afraid of seeing moi of Cougar passing artist Bob Bur! hart than they'd like. But the quartet of George Bi zanic, Aramis Dandoy, Lindo Crow and Leon Sellers was USC bet to clear the first hurdle on th way to a late November meetin with the Uclans. Another coast unit, Oregon, h the national spotlight in its NCA television game-oi-the-day with Ne braska—offering a study of th Webfoot T against the Cornhuske single wing in a limited substitu tion setting. While Don Heinrich-less Wash Ington hosted Colorado, the Be; of California met the Bears fron Baylor. That Berkeley hassl tossed a Cal eleven minus injurei first string quarterback Sainnv Williams against Baylor's "feat some foursome" backfield pace' by Jerry Coody. Maryland's terrible Terp matched split-T attacks with Mis souri at Columbia, Mo., while Vi! lanova with Gene Filipski runni.lig meets Georgia with Zeke Bratkow ski passing before a predicted 95, 000 at Philadelphia tonight. In other major attractions Rice backing up the line. Abbott, at blocking back for only one week, kept the maroon offen se on the move. His solid offensive and defensive play went a long way n plugging the gap left by Child- •ess- Akers, his sophomore running mate, had a hard time shaking through the good Wildcat line. But it was the running of Akers and Snyder on the reverses that kept Blythe- ille hopes alive. Danny Edgmon was his usual hard-driving self and averaged nea- ly five yards per try, which Is par or the big junior halfback. Blytheville Hill Fong /licheal 'rlvett 'ones accolades victory. for their parts In the Hall, part-time first-stringer, was invaluable on the final goal line stand- Hill an Gilbow, the regular terminals, both saved possible Wildcat scores. John Fong was his usually steady self at one tackle while Allen Shanks turned In a real game at the other. Guards Michael and Jones were supero both In their blocking and In jamming up the middle on defense. Freshman Jodie Hall, who played some on defense, also got into the act of smart line play. Center Leon Privett,' playing with a sore shoulder, did yeoman worV on offense and. when necessary demanded, on defense, too. His understudy, Danny Cobb, posted some rattling good tackles In Pos. LE LT LQ C RO RT RE QB HB HB FB Gilbow Abbott Snyder Akers Fisher Substitutes: Blytheville — mon, Cobb, C. Hall, J. Hall; North Little Rock — Hooper, Rope, Gilbert, Barentine, Vinson, Ghent, Roberts. Is'. Little Rock Mathis Booten VanDover J. Mathis Duckworth Voegele Bell Faulkner Rainey Worrell Beard Bly. First Downs ... Passes 5 Completions 0 Yards Passing 0 Net Yds. Rushing ... 209 Passes Int. by 3 Fumbles 4 .... 5 Opts. Fbles. Rec. Bly Edgmon Snyder . Fisher ., Abbott .. Akers ... Jones '... Hill 7 Net Attempts Gained ..6 30 .. 5 ..24 Worrell B"card , Faulkner Rfliney .. -2 135 -1 30 2 2 ....3 . 16 North Little Rock ....12 40 28 33 55 1 NI.B 8 7 2 29 156 0 Av(t. 5 -.40 5.6 -1 5 1 5.3 3.3 3.5 11 6.1 tests its veteran lineup against Florida's highly-regarded 'Gators under the lights at Houston. The Texas Longhorns invade Louisiana State and Texas Christian entertains Kansas. Texas AM will try to slop Kentucky's Sieve Mellinger at Lexington. Duke and Worth Lutz pried the lid off the newly-formed Atlantic Conference against South Carolina while fellow member Wake Forest tried its luck against William and Mary. It was a dynamic 166-pounder named Bill Jarrell who did the major job in stemming Alabama's Crimson Tide that had inundated Syracuse 61-6 in the Orange Bowl. Jarrell, who had fired two toucl down strikes, set up the game-win nlng tally last night on a 23-yar fourth period pass to Len William on the ^Jwo. From there sub hi back Jimmie Mason punched over. UCLA treated 39,000 Los Angele fans to a smooth-functioning sin gle wing attack and a defens which held Oregon state outsic Its 25 yard line. Other winners last night include Temple 34-0 over Albright, Detrol 33-6 over North Dakota State on Richmond 28-0 over Randolph Macon. Furman, which will fac Army in the Cadet opener nex wojek, blanked Newberry 33-0. High School Football By ^he Associated Press Blfr Seven X— El Dorado 24, Fort Smith 1 Nashville 27. Hot Springs 20 Little Bock 13, Texarkana, Tex., Y— Blytheville 2, North Little Rock 0 Pine Bluff 33, Helena 0 Texarkana. Ark., 20, Norman OWa. 20 (tie) Class AA X— Springdale 27, Fayctteville 6 X — Malvern 6, Conway 0 Rogers 31, Monctt, Mo., 6 DeWItt 7, Forrest City 6 Jonesboro 26, Pocahontas 0 McCrory 14, Newport 1 0 Stuttgart 26, Benton 0 Hope 7, DeQueen 7 (tie) Bauxite 32, Arkadelphio 6 Smackover 0, Fairview 0 (tie) Haynesville. La., 14, Magnolia 0 X— Bentonville 12, Alma 0 X— IJuntsville 14, Harrison 6 X— Walnut Ridge 20, Beebe 0 Y— Searcy 7, Catholic High (Lite Rock) 6 X — Greenwood 6, Paris 0 X— Morrilton 6, Jacksonville 0 X— Wynne 14. Brinkley 13 X— Gurdon 35, Ashdown 18 X— McGehee 9, Crossett 1 X— Dumas 21, Warren 12 X— Hamburg 12, Montlcello 6 Batesville 20, Augusta 0 Osceola 6, Paragould 0 Mansfield 24, Magnet Cove 6 Booneville 35, Hartford 0 Ozark 45. Ola 12 Danville 19 Clinton 14 Lonoke 19, Hazen 0 Dermott 6. Sheridan 0 Marianna 7, Holly Grove 7 (tie) Lake Village 28, Star City 7 Class B Hughes 13, Earle 12 —Atkins 44, Charleston 0 X— Carlisle 46. Deaf School 6 X— Clarendon 40. Marvell 1 X— Parkin 61, Hickory 'Ridge 0 X — Horatio 6, Foreman 0 Dierks 34, Broken BOW, okla., Junction City 6, Sarepta, La., 0 Eudora 65, Norphlet 0 Stamps 32, Prescott 0 Mineral Springs 13, Lakeside 'ot Springs) 7 • Southeast IVfisscurl Maiden 6, kennett 6 Dexter 41 East Prairie 0 Sikcston 38, Chaffee 0 Hayti 25, Carilthersvllle 0 Carlo 14, Charleston 7 Popular Bluff 28, Wcosler Grove Luxora Romps To 33-73 Victory LUXORA — Coach Charley John son's Luxora Panthers opened thel eight-game schedule yesterday aft crnoon at Crawforclsville, beating (he heat and an improved Tigei eleven, 33-13. After a scoreless first quarter marred by fumbles on both sides Luxora's David Towles set up the first score of the game with a 50 yard punt return to the Crawfordsville five. From there he Went over and added the point after. Later, the Panthers blocked a Tiger punt, and drove 40 yards for a score, Towles going over from the five. Denton added the point this time. The homellngs got back in the ball game bcfrce halftime with a 40 yard scoring pass play from Landrum to Brlggs. Early in the third quarter Luxora drove 50 yards to a counter, Tucker to Towles aerial being the payoff, and Towles added the 21st Panther point, Crawfordsville bounced right jack, driving 65 yards from the dckoff to score, on a Landrum- Morctll pass, fhe same combination added the extra point, The Panthers opened the fourth quarter with their fourth touchdown, going 60 yards this time. Towles carried for 30 in this series, and Barch bucked for 30 more on ,wo straight tries to carry over. On the last play of the game, Luxora' Billy Thweatt intercepted a Tiger desperation pass and raced untouched for 40 yards lo the goal- line. Towles on offense, and White and Clark on defense were Panther standouts, and Crawfordsvllle's backs Landrurn and Moretti were home mainstays. i Score by quarters: I Luxora - 0 14 7 12 - 33' Crawfordsville - 0 67 0-13 Summary of statistics: First downs: C'vlllc 13, Luxora 9 Pass attempts: C'ville 18, 9 completed, 1 intercepted; Luxora 14, 9 completed, 1 intercepted. Punts: C'ville 2 for 25 yard average, Luxora 4 for 35 yard average. Fumbles: C'ville 5, recovered 1. Luxora 2, recovered 1, Penalties: C'vllle 4 for 10 yards, Luxors 5'.for 35 yards. W. Memphis Overpowers Shawnee By CHARLEY FELTS Courier News Correspondent JOINER — West Memphis simp ly had too much weight and powe for little Shawnee here last nigh as the big Blue Devil team rollec to a 31-0 victory over the game Indians. Scoring in every quarter but th: third, the Devils negotiated 16 yards and a touchdown while Bras field rambled 67 yards for the sec ond counter inthe second quarter Just before halftime, Cane spec into the end zone from 14 yards out. A screen pass produced the fin al marker when Cobcrn threw to Johnson on a play which coverec 65 yards. The Blue Devil line averaged 183 while Shawnee's forward wall barely hit the 147-pound mark. Dick Wilson, 130-pound end, turn ed in another crackerjack performance on both offense and defense 'or Shawnee. Brewer turned in the Indians ongest with a 31 yarder while Harrison broke into the clear once only to slip in the mud. Battle also lurnea in several nice jnins as Shawnee threatened sev era] times, but couldn't cash In. Shawnee will play host to Marl in next Friday night. iliuwnee Bowen Rogers ,arue Jwaltney iamons . Bagley Wilson Brewer Battle Harrison ulcer I'ns West Memphis LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB HB HB FB Substitutes: Shawnee— Shannon, tuning, Seymour, R. Collomp, B. Collomp, Chiles, Speck, R. Bagley, treeter. West Memphis— Reese, obern, J. Johnson, Eaves, Radg- e's, Perrtn, Leigh, Powers, C. ohnson, Ooss. Cox Cagle Roe'd Carter Moore Hacock Davis Martin Cone ra."-'-! Jones College Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mississippi Southern 25, • Ala- ama 19 UCLA 41, Oregon State 0 Detroit 33, North Dakota St. 6 Temple 34, Albright 0 Richmond 28, Randolph-Macon 0 San Jose State 34, Idaho 6 Washburn 13, Colorado School of ines 0 Southwestern (Kan) College 32, ansas Wesleyan 14 Dana (Neb) College 13, Tarklo Mo) 0 Denver 19, Colorado College 13 Southeast Missouri 27, Arkansas late Teachers College 14. Nebraska Wesleyan 27, North- est Missouri 14 McPherson (Kan) 33, Kearney Neb) Teachers 14 Osceola Defeats Paragould by 6-0 OS'CEOLA — Paragould ran into a rock-ribbed defense here last night and Osceola's Seminoles picked up their first win of the year by a 6-0 margin. After a couple of punt exchanges ... the second quarter, Osceola drove the ball from its 20 to the Paragould 35, From that point, Donnie Dunn, nifty Seminole holf- bnck, sped across for the touchdown. Dunn ran 75 yards in the first quarter for an apparent score only to have It called back on a penalty. Penalties Hurt Penalties stalled the Seminoles several times. They penatrated I Paragould territory on what ap ' pea red to be sure touchdowr drives only to have penalties, fum bles or interceptions halt the marches. Paragould offered its main threal in the second quarter when the Bull dogs went inside the 20 yard line But with fourth down and one to go for a first, the Seminole line held and took over on downs. Paragould used the single wing T and spread formations, but didn' have much success with any. Thej stayed in the spread throughou most of the second half. The entire line of Halsey, Nunley Goule, Harlan, Warhursi Thoma- soj), and Cole were standouts on defense. Dunn played his usual brilliant game while Stillwell turned in several jaunts of the 15-20 yard caliber. Nunley and Coble were particularly effective, in the Seminole line. Next week Coach Bill Beall takes his Seminoles to West Memphis. Wilson Comes From Behind For Win Wilson played mostly a defensive game last night by plowed up the field to come from behind to take Marked Tree 14 to 13. Marked Tree did all its scoring In the first quarter but was unable to stop Wilson from making the same scores plus one extra point that gave them the game. Marked Tree kicked off to Wilson but soon took the ball back after Wilson failed to make first down. Bobby Scott hurled a 32-yard pass to Tolbert who ran the remaining 10 yards for a touchdown for Marked Tree. Scott kicked the extra )oint. Wilson failed to make first down again and Marked Tree took the ball, on Bulldogs' 45. On another lass, Scott, tossetl five yards to Talbert who ran 50 yards downfield to rack up another touchdown. At the beginning of the second quarter the score stood at 13-0 Marked Tree. The slow rain that began In the ccond quarter must have pepped ip Wilson. They took the ball on heir own 25 and on a sustained rive led by Teal and Clssell rolled ver the goal. Clssell kicked the xtra point and the score stood t 13-7. With rain slowing aerial plays nd the slick field slowing run- inst, the ball changed hands sev- ral times in the third quarter but both teams failed to score. In the middle of the fourth quar- er, the Bulldogs had the ball on Vfarked Tree's 35 when Ryals took five yard pass to help gain 15 ards. Wilson started rolling again and n five plays Cissell ran the ball cross for another touchdown. The ball being slick from the aln, Cash ran the ball over for ie extra point, bringing the score p to 14-13 In favor of Wilson. In the iitsl, 30 seconds of the .game Marked Tree attempted a field goal but it failed and the game ended without, another score. Caruthersville Downed by Hayti Barnes Scores Three Times In Victory By SONNY UNICE* Courier New? Correspondent CARUTHERSVILLE — Hayti rolled to a 25-0 triumph here last night as Caruthersville's Tigers found the running of Barnes too great an obstacle to overcome. Halfway through the first period, Barnes scored Ills first marker from one foot out, capping a long march. Barnes also plunged for tho extra point. Early in the second quarter, Barnes scooted 50 yards to scor* and near the half, Hayti recovered a Coruthersville fumble on the Tiger 30 and moved to the 14 where Barnes again took charge to run it over. After a scoreless third quarter, Hayti added the capper when White ran over from six yards out. Next week, Caruthersville will take on the powerful Slkeston eleven at Caruthersville. Caruthersville Pos. Hayti Abernathy LB McCrary Jordan LT , Phillips Willis LG McClannahan Moody c white Greer RG Dickevson Gregory RT Counts ™ , RE Carlson Bartholomew QB Olass Castlebm-y HB Shirey Hughes HB Skinner Cook FB Barnes BASEBALL STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn ... Milwaukee . St. Louis ... Philadelphia New York .. Cincinnati .. Chicago I Pittsburgh . Won tost Pot. Behind Wilson Grain . Ward . Bledsoe Tranum Douglas Rankin Hyals . Clssell Teal Hopkins Cash Substitutions Fas L.E. L.T. L.G. . C. . K.G. B.T. R.E. Q.B. H.B. H.B. F.B. for MUd. Tree ..... Johnson Perkins Terrell Brown Sm»h ... Mc'Fcrrin Tolbert .... B. Scott L. Scott Colem;m Holcomb Wilson were 100 87 79 78 67 64 61 47 47 59 68 67 79 82 84 100 .680 .594.545 .541 .459 .438 .421 .320 20 soy, 32 >/ a 35 </, 38 53 AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Behind New York ... 96 48 ,667 — Cleveland ... 87 60 .592 10V 2 Chicago 84 63 .571 13'/ 2 Boston 80 68 .541 18 Washington . 75 71 .514 22 Detroit 58 90 . .392 40 Philadelphia .54 92 .370 43 St. "Louis .... 53 95 .358 45 Brown and Elkins. The Marked Tree substitutions were Williams, Davis, Mooore and Smith. Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia at Brooklyn — Miller (7-8) vs. Meyer" (14-5) Pittsburgh at New York (2)—Lapalme (8-15) and Waugh (3-4) vs. Hcarn (9-11) and Jansen (10-15) Cincinnati at Milwaukee — Nux- hall (8-10) vs. Spahn (20-7) Chicago at St. Louis—Rush (1413) vs. Mizcll (13-8) AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Boston — Raschl (13-5) vs. Parnell (19-8) Washington at Philadelphia- Shea (12-6) vs. Scheib (3-7) Cleveland at Detroit—Wynn (1712) vs. Hoeft (9-14) Only games Including the Sugar Bowl gnme at New, Orleans; a total of 464,485 Tans saw the Georgia Tech football team roll through 12 games unde- I feated and untied last season. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Sept 21 8:15 p.m. Adults 60c — Children 15c 5-MAN WRESTLE ROYAL AND 4-MAN TAG BOUT When Hie bell rings all five men will start wrestling and the first man defeated will then serve as referee. The last two men left in the rinjf will loss a coin for the choice of his partner in the 4-man tag match. This will be the biggest card of the year. Don't miss it. FREDDIE BLASSIE CHARLEY KEENE EDDIE MALONE LEE FIELDS REX MOBLEY FLOOR FURNACES Coleman CIRCULATORS - BLEND AIR Central Heating WALL HEATERS WATER HEATERS Halsell & White Furniture Co. Coleman MAIN & DIVISION IN BLYTHEVILLE PHONE 6096

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