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Arkansas Defeated By Texas Christian, 68-56 Porkers Slumn To Last Place In Conference Horned Frogs Sew Up Championship Of Southwest-. Texas Christian wenl about its task in a methodical and businesslike manner last night, seeing up the Southwest Conference basketball tillo by defeating the Arkansas Eazrvbacks, 68-56. The man with the busiest needle the process was T.C.U.'s 6-7 center, ·George McLeod, who netted 31 points.- For Arkansas it was a sad night, indeed. The loss gave it exclusive possession of the loop's basement with 1 only an outside chance that .the position can be improved by 1 company. If the Hogs can dov.-n Texas Saturday while Rice .'3 beating Texas A. and M. Ihei, I'.e Cadets will move into the cellar as a rpomer, too. Arkansas stalled oul strong, staying with the Frogs' most of the first quarter. In the second quarter, after dropping Veliind by nine points, Arkansas rallied to cut the lead lo one point at l r -21. But T. C. U., relying on McLeod for crucial baskets and for much of the rebound work, sailed ahead, 31-25, at Ihe half. The third quarler wp he disastrous one for Arkansas. T.C.U., with McLeod hitting for in points, outscored the Porkers 20-9 and took a 49-34 advantage with il into the last period. Arkansas came bad? strong in the final frame wilh Floyd Sagely ·and Gene Lambert i ~h sc..r:. ·» four field goals to paci an attack that produced 22 poinls. Inconsistent scoring was the downfall for Arkansas. The Hogs oulscored the Frogs in i : second and fourth quarters--:7-14 and 22-19--but were badly outclassed in the first and third periods-8-15 and 9-20. Lamhert. with 17 points and Sagely, with 15, sparked the Arkansas offense. '-.Arkansas ends its season Saturday against the Texas Longhorns at the University Field Bouse.. The Porkers have a sea- District One Class A Journey Opens Foi' most of the players, and *· caches involved all that has gone | before--a whole season of play-- ' has just been a warmup. The BIG | event fids under way tonight, as the District One Class basketball lournnment opens at Harrison High School's bi'g new gymnasium. T the finalists in this tourney.go berths in the state tournament. Seasnn records are for sissies as far as most of the teams are concerned. Only Fayettcville holds an outstanding one, and lor that reason all 'other teams will be gunning for the B l 'lldogs. Situated in the same bracket with Fayetteville are Bentonville, whose Tigers ousted the 'Dogs in a first round game last year; Eureka Springs; Siloam Springs, whose Panthers dropped a narrow 35-3D game to Fayettcville during the rcgulnr season; Harrison' the host team; and Springdalo. Fayctteville plays the winner of the Eureka Springs-Ben Ion ville game Thursday'afternoon at 2:45. Eureka Springs and Bentonville plaj' tonight at 8:45. Also on tonight's schedule is a game matching Green Forest and Huntsville, at 7:30. The first game of major importance apcars to be the Siloam Springs-Harrison battle carded [or tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. Both ieams are rated contenders for the Htle and 1he winner advances opposite a weaker than usual Springdalo team. It is considered likely that winner of the Panther-Goblin till will reach the semi-final bracket opposite Fayel tcvilie--a gamo t h a t will he plnyed Friday night at 8:45. In the Ion bracket Berryville, Rogers and Van Buren appear the strongest teams. Berryville has a first round game with Alma, at 9:15 p. m. Wednesday; Rogers ulays Mountain Home at 6:45 Wednesday evening, and Van Buren has a first round bye. The Berry ville-Alma winner advances opposite tonight's Green Forest-Huntsville winner in the upper hah" of the top bracket. The Rogers-Mountain Home winner meets Van Burnn in the lower linlf of the top bracket. Out of Lhesc games come the semi-final- Kentucky First, Mini Second In AP Poll New .York-f/Pl-Tho n a t i o n a l * chanv ion Kentucky Wildcats kept a firm hold on first place in the Associated Press weekly basketball standings today, but if they looked over their shoulder they'd recognize a new pursuer. Illinois which just a b o u t clinched Ihe Big Ten title by upending Iowa, 78-62, Saturday, leaped from f i f l h to the runner-up spot Ir. the latest ratings by Ihc nation's sports writers and broadcasters. Kansas Stale and Duquesne, who hi.d enjoyed the honor of breath- ins down the Wildcats' necks, actually los' little prestige, however, from their upset defeats over the weekend. The Kansas Slatc^ sui prised by YiTLO-BOUND BUS7EP · By Alan Maver RANNON, AT ·f.C.U.. A/JO AUTHOR OF A PLAN T/IAT REALLY Colorado, 07 sas SlatcLji s 7-57, tell onl ly a notch, ists, slated lo meet in a 7:30 Friday night tilt. Finals will be played Saturday ·on record nf 9-14 and a confer- »ight at 8 p. m. '*nce mark rf 3-8, the worst in ·-- history on both counts. Arkansas-- FO FT PF TP Lambert, f __ _ Smith, f Elkins. f Adams, f Kearns, c 4 Lewis, g : 2 Sagely, g I.ucke, g ... 7 _ _ . 0 Totals .-23 10 18 56 T.C.U.-- Fromme, f 3 " 1 2 7 Reynolds, f 4 4 4 12 Knox, f _ : 0 0 0 0 Mcf.eod, c 13 5 3 31 Ethrl'dge, g 4 2 2 10 Kilpatrick, g 3 2 3 8 Swaim, g 0 0 1 0 Totals 27 14 15 «3 Stale And Aggies Battle For Place In AlC's Playoff from second to third and at the same time shoved Duquusne, its JS-game w i n n i n g streak broken by Villanova, from third to fourth. Kentucky picked up 51 of the 133 first-place votes cast and scored a total of 953 points on the basis of 10 for a first pbce vote, nine for second and on down the line. Actually, there was a remarkably mild shakeup in the top 10 considering the wave of iipseis that s\vepl through college basketball rani* Ihc last few days. St. Louis, w i t h a UO-5 record and an eye on both Ihe NCAA and National I n v i t a t i o n championships, moved from ninth to f i f t h place and Jov.'a dropped from fourth to seven 4. West Virginia, winner of of its 23 games, wrenched the N'o, 10 spot from St. iJomiventure, 65-03 victim of Canisius. Otherwise, the changes weren't a n y t h i n g in gel excited about. Washington, for example, held the sixth position despite a £4-4;) less to Wyoming. Kansas and St .John's each fell a rung for no apparent reason, occupying eighth and n i n t h in the newesi rundown. Four of the first 10 saw action last night and three came through with victories. St. John's lost to 17th-ranked Holy Cross, 75-70, while Iowa whipped Michigan State, 64-52, Kansas downed Missouri, 65-54, and Duqucsne turner! b*»ck Akron, BO-51. Quails Wins Twice In Chicago Golden Gloves Basketball Scores ft*' 7'ftr Am,m\alrf\ Prtaa Koly Gross 75, St. John's Bkn 70. Notre Dame 75, New York Univ. 74, overtime. Seton Hall 83, Louisville 81. Wake Forest 73, South Carolina 58. Ouquesne 69, Akron 51. Kansas 65, Missouri 54. Iowa'64, Michigan Stale 52. . Indiana 95, Ohio Stale 80. Wisionsin 69, Michigan 53. Nebraska 75, Iowa State 53. Oklahoma AM 54, Bradley 34. Drake 67. Crcighton 53. Tulsa 62, Detroit 41 Baylor 62, Southern Methodist 45. New Mexico Ai-M 65. Arizona 55. Arkansas Tech 72, Ouachita 60. Texas Christian 68, Arkansas 56. Oregon 66, Idaho 0. Colorado 50. Oklahoma 45. Fights Last Niaht 89 Tfif AM'H-tnifn PrrKS (By Ihe Associated Press) Philadelphia--Gil Turner, 147, Philadelphia, oulpointcd Del Flanagan, 145, SI. Paul in. Chicago--George Berry, 135, Gary, Ind., outpointed Dave Shade, 138, Detroit 8. Trenton, N. J.--Tony Pellone, 147, New York, outpointed Billy Wyatt, 150, Trenton 8. New York--Johnny William, 146, New York, outpoinled Johnny Cesario, 147, Hartford, Conn. 8. ' Holyoke, Mass.--Sammy Walker, 161, Springfield, Mass., knocked out Jimmy Tibonl, 175, Springfield Mass. 1. Splvey To Testify New York-Wl-All-Amcrica bas- kelnall player Bill Splvey of Kentucky arrived to appear before the gr»nd jury Investigating charges of fixes In college basketball. · The Angel Falls in Eastern Venezuela Is more tlinn twice the height of the Empire State Build- tn|. Magnolia, Ark;-W)-The four- team field for the Arkansas NAIB playoff at Little Rock next week j will be completed here tonight, j Billy Battling for the four-place berth In the tourney will be Arkansas A. and M. and Southern Stale College. Southern State currently holds ; Champions. fourth place in the Arkansas In- j In bis second fight, Quails wilh- tercollegiate Conference but an|s!ood a furious third-round on- A. and M. victory would drop :.taught by Womack Johnson, Dan- [; 'COM '/tie COACf/ AGO, tC.U. LAST /,'! effsrea IVM A an'HE FIRST r.c.u. OUTFIT ro \fifi BK T/IE F/RST 7'Mte T/15J' FCHC.'.'CD ilf A CC/lrFRC/lce FOOT/SAO. C/,WlP/C,'l- stitp MTU rite Small Man Has Big Scoring Average For Little Seattle Seattlc-(/P)-A pco-wcc among * giants is about to become tho f i r s t : _,_ . " ycr in national collegiate ba.v I i i r n p f C Ac kctball history lo score 1,001). I L I i l l 1 J / » » poinls in a Ein^e :.c*nso:i. j A black-haired Irishman who j sparks the Seattle U n i v e r s i t y ' squad -- Johnny O'Brien -- is IhV man. He stands 5-feet-9. lips t h ' . ' j scales at 160 and has just t u r n e d ! Sharp As He Needs To Be . Philadclphia-OT-The answer to ChicafiO-(/P)-Norlh Little Rock's I Only an accident can stop him. [ \ m ,,i n .,- rnciirrnnl nnncllrm "hTMu "- Joe Quails, a fiery light- I This anachronfsm in (In- era o f ' ' " ' . , " , . , " ' " ! · '--.- ,..-..-1.. , ,,,,,! ... a,] Turner? seems lo be Southern into f i f t h and and M in- the tourney. put A. j ville, 111., to win a decision. Earlier, Quails needed but 1:25 Arkansas Tech, the 1952 AJC j of the first round lo score a lech- champion, runner-up Stale Teach- j nical knockout over. Russell Mc- crs and Arkansas State already have won berths in the March 34 lournuy. Ncal, Louisville. Ky., NeRro, who ( J70 last weekend agai'ist Portlarul University and games here w i t h has two more Porllsr.d TmVs- day nnd Friday lo hit the 1,000- mark. T h i r t y poinls? II should be easy. The Irish j u m p i n g averaged 28.5 points in 3 to become the nation's leadi '.'.·as floored three linics before he i fTMTM'- In ,hls last six mil ings he ftcnre of l h a t last night as he com- nulclasscd Del Flanagan rif St. Paul. Some f i g h t crjli'..|i have written that Turner is easy to lilt; he has a lot to learn about ring generalship; lie doesn't know where half his punches are going. But the 21-year old Philadelphia went out. Three oilier , s as nx mi ings e ,,, , ,,,, ,. . has burned the hoop with a torrid f°« r , n hns wo " M f 'K h l s . a3 37-per for 222 points. Th winner of that meet will Three oilier members of Ihe represent Arkansas in the Na- j Memphis Golden Gloves crew lost | year to exceed King's four-vfr lional Association of Intercol- i their matches. The four heavier ] record of 2.53: Johnny, a junior, has a n o t h e r Icgialc Basketball Tournament al Kansas City. Tech closed out this season last night with a thumping 72-60 victory over Ouachita. The Wonder- boys ended the season with 19 wins and one loss. Midsouth entries will fighl tonight, with another North Little Mock amateur, middleweight Sonny Ingram, taking the spotlight. Pro Net Meet Opens St. Augustine, Fla.-W'J-.l i m Other games ending {he AIC | Evert defeated Fran!; R u d d y season tonight are Henderson at j Goeltz, li-2, 6-3, in tlie openinr. llcndrix anrl Ouachita at College j match of the National Professional of the Ozarks. I Clay Courls Tourney. Bui baseball fs Johnny's first love. He's said that fiflor his Tol- bgc days are over he'll never set fool on a baskclball floor again. And why not? He only hit a cool .503 for son. Seattle. U. last sea' The highest m o u n t a i n peak In continental Uniled States is Ml. Whitney with an altitude of H.495 feet. knockout nr TKO. The latest was last night's 10 round unanimous decision over Flanagan. Turner demonstrated that It is going to lake a real puncher with a knockout potential in cither hand In really give him trouble. Flanagan, a lightweight turned wcller found out t h a t being cute won't beat llio f l y i n g fisls of Young Gil. Flanagan suffered his forth defeat In 51) fights. Mars is M 1,090,000 a mean distance of niles from the sun. Oak Ridge Shows How Reactor Is 'Unloaded 1 and loaded' ORNAMENTAL IBON WORKS CAQLI WILDIHO CO. WrotiRht or CAftt Iron n a i t i n n and Column* Wrought Iron Furniture Anything For The Mom* E*tlni»l«i SMITH Uil "Dad" Brings Home Bacon At Oaklawn Park 20-To-l Shot Wins Inaugural Hand cap With Fast Finish Hot Springs, Ark.-tfpj-ncrnsrd \V. l,nnd.y'« spunky colt. Spur On, tried for a come back today In competing against a field of top 4-year-olds in the featured Ml. Idn Allowance 1'ursc at O a k l a w n Park's second card of the 1952 racing season. The son of Whirlaway and Steel nine has been away from raccy since an injury at Hawthorne last September. Spur On went to the post with an ^eight pound advantage over J. C. Ellis' top weighted Teapoy, consistent winner at Oaklawr in recent years. Others in Ihe field are D i i l t l f II.. Mr. Nciillc, Pal-Thc-I'ilot. Mai's Boy. Henlpad, I n dura, Kn- d u r a b l e Swap Ou:, Gloripttc Onis Own, Can't Trust. Bold Kins, Ksisy Dixie nntl ChiirlnK Light. Yesterday's opener was a day for the lon.qshnts and upsets. A 7-yoar-old gelding, Dad. scored an upset in. the $2,5011 I n a u g u r a l Handicap, sloshing over n muddy Irack lo best such favor lies as lluhe and Fulurmallc. Dad, owned by W. S. dine, moved from f o u r t h in the f i n a l I B I h lo take the race ahead of 11. I!. Thomas' Joe Graves. C. Hi Everett's Llllle Imp was t h i r d . Mrs. Emil Denemark's fUihe, the I9f)l Arkansas Derby winner, was seventh, F u t u r m a t l c , Ruhe's entry- male, finished 10th. Dad returned his backers $42.110 for a $2 straight ticket. About 7,0110 fans weathered a chilly wind and clamp mist for the opener at Oaklawn. The dally double paid $0!i6.(in for a $2 ticket. The w i n n i n g cmn- blnalion was Leavcnworlh in the first race, paying $41.51), and Cole Slaw in Ihe second, paying $07.80. Panthers Nip Tigers In Last Quarter, 41-37 nenlonville - (Special) - After trailing throughout the sncond lialf the Siloam Spring Panther!; ;lrnve in to score eight points in Ihe last two minutes and edge Bcntonvllle 41-37 I'ere last night. It was the last, regularly scheduled game for the Tigers who's ;eason record stands at 15 wins igalnst 12 defeats. Jim Shroyer tallied 16 poinls lead the Panther attack. Don loncs was close behind w i t h 15. ioughton, who hit nil of his 10 Mints tlie first h a l f , was high nan for Ihe Tiger*. The score was tied 9-fl at the end of Ihe first quarter. A hook shot by Shroycr put the Panthers in lop in the first m i n u t e of the ·ccond quarler. They led 20-17 at he half. With one minute and 20 ·crouds gone in the second half. Dilbert Dotsnn connected from he corner to shove Bentonvlllc nio a 23-22 lead. Jones tied It at in all as the third quarter buz?cr oundcd, Bcntonvlllc's White un- ietl 11 early In the fourth quarter, nit with Just two minutes rcmaln- ng Shroyer connected with a lay- ip that put the Siloam crew in ront 36-35. Bentonville broke the attempted frecxe put rm by the Panthers but were overanxious md failed to score. With the Tigers in a full court press Silonm : nllected three more easy ones be- ore the bu/./.cr. In the junior high game the Bentonvlllc juniors beat Silonm 20-ID. Hill Cflwond hit 13 for the winners. Dick Hogan collected 12 for the Panther juniors. Uenton- ville plays Kurcka Springs to-i night at 8:45 in a District One' Class A tournament game at l i a r - ! rison. lURlriWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, favellovlilo. Arkamwn,· WITH REVAMPED TEAM Hornsby Sap He Is Shooting For Firs! Place In American League Bin-bank. f n I i f . - f / J ' i - N n m n n a - j ger in the m.i.ior Icrtj'iK'^ hn.'i ftoue ,1.1 much as Holers Ilnrn'-by has done to improve bis club for IUSS. i-rs avalhiblo in Ihe A A A and A V I Ira^tirs. thr Biownr. bav I nlf'Tl rit'n!" w i t h l|..i- Hcil Sox, j W h i l e Siix. and Tigers ' s i l l l - l . M l i U | . : l V t ' l l - k l - l ' : i t l ! | . . j "A;- yntt k i l . - i w , I WnS nut nn !ln- III WIlll'll biE liM'illl' |v|.;,.|i;,M. bill il Witt "hvimls t-vpii \v:ty 'it Uirrr I b a l tin 1 Hrnv.t'-: won* a v r j y b;td b a l l r l u l i in Hl.'jl." s f i i t t Hnrn^by "Bili Vecck n m l 1 h a v e riotu. I h r only p r a c t i c a l l h i n n - - - i i % v j i m p the club and gel H 1 ' 1 best il:i'-'-r:: a v a i l able, f himoBllv t h i n k in Jim lli- vera anrl Groinr 1 ^chm^f-..;, wn bavf o l i l f i l l i r f l Iv.'n of Hie finest younj; olllfirldc'r.s to coine un to the major leagur's in y'lme timt?. "i feel sui'" Ibc Browns aro go- Ing to have the best young o u t field I h n fans hnve ser-n in a long lime. We hiiyi- hnlh n u i m t i l y n-n1 f l U B l i t y . Our c u t f U ' l d , in mldldon lo I^ivern. who led tip CVnrt Lcagui.' in l i l l i l i n : in lO.'il; and Schmccs, who was Ihe t h i r d h i t - ler on the maul, hai such nlhnr prospects ar, Hob Nicman, who led f h n Texas League in h l l t i n n in I H S 1 , nnd who wus h i t t i n g .372 d u r i n g tile last few weeks wilh the Browns. - Frank Kauclrr. n vtrral minor league b i t t e r wlio injured his arm nftcr Vceck ulRned him last summer, gives promiso of making ttic grade this fcaj-on. We al-o have fine? prospects llkr Roy Sleverp, 1041) rooklc-of-thr-year; E a r l llapp, Jim IWslng. Tom Wright nnd Jim Dyrk, miwt vnlunble player in the Texas League last year. "We bad n cnnd second baseman last year in Rnbby Young and he Is back w i t h us, backed up by n /li-lornilned Mike Gollal, For srfnrtstop, himself, Mnrty Marlon. "Marly expects In pla.V. consld-. crably more Uwu 1 ()().·. gmnos. il.(? reports bi« Injured kmss' In great rpc n f l u r a winter of basketball nnd other ndlvitlefi. Catching Ktrnng 'Behind I h e plate we have ap 1 /!ed C l i n t Courtney from the Yankee organization, n much ight-nfler catcher, who played for me at Beaumont in IflfjO. Courlney is n real scrapper a n d , with Los Moss, our receiving department ahnuld bo the besl In the league. · . - ' . ' . "Hrading our pitching staff, XVe nrc mighty glad to have Ned Garver, our 20-gamc winner. From what I hoar. Tommy Hymn can throw real hard and will be ;i mighty valuable slartrr if we can help h i m find the plate. To back up Garver and Jlyrne, wo h.ivn Bob Cain and Gt'iii! Heardeii, wlm r»imv to m In the Irade with Detroit, Lou Slratcr, Bob Mahrmey t : * firry 1'u':o Mflrkcll, Duane P i l l c t l c , Siitohftll Paifjc and Earl H n r r i v t , ''A.-; for ths 'pennahl, yau know nip well I'tjotjfih that In my opin- irin f'.r-r^ h only (tt\e place to end --t l Mi!'.i f-n the Inp. Yex, even the IJruvvn.'i will jo shooting the works tci win." Play OpetiS'ln Class B Meei- At Greenland ' C'rt:nt!?t)!.inn to q u n H f y a team : for the tt.ito Cl;ir.s H tournsment ! noxl s^ock at J'rfrprott got unckir j u 1 ;* y l;t;;t niwht at Greenland's new | V / i l ; o M Gyiiiniifiiurn. Tho tourna: mcnt nt Greenland involves ClaM ! U hoys tcarns from tlio western i linir (if DIMrlcl Oiin. '" ' · I l i n h l y ranked I'rniric Grovo juin|:o!l Us (irsl hurdle of the i Umnumiont last night In the opcn- in;', Uiimo by dcfciling St. Paul, 72-10. nnratur, v/hich could prove trou blc.iomu tor Prairie Grove : in n Runic tonmrrow might, cd^od i n |!oo(t iMnuntalnburs team), 59-37, jn tho ntKht'K only other name. A third till, briwrcn West Fork nnd Ceflnrylllc, was forfeited by ' .. . ""Toriiiitit's Raines find Winalow mid Gentry mcetlrtc at 8:30; Knrmlngtun and Sulphur Springs plnylng at 7:45; and flrst-sced«d K l k i n B ipoctlng Lincoln In a 9 o'clock tilt. BOWLING Monday LMllll LMfW The Mircc-piflce IIP for runn*r-up rnntintjM Ihls wetk, 3Uverman'«, Wanl'i Ice Crcnin, nnrf Owrk CI«»n-. T» wcrti iietcatci! 2-1 ri-spcclively, by npnton'u Snnck B»r, Olenn't Dairy nnd Trl-tiiala Salci,. TrJ-Stfttc holdi n Jlt-rwlnJ lead for llril position. Other nmtrhoR foiiml Ilo)«um Brrnd defeat- Ina O K. nnd Milady 2-i while Wall Bttwt E^eo (pounced Campbfl»-8ell, 3-r. · · · · , Tr)-^ ilf ft'tlet took tc»m honors w'th 81G-2.MB while Jnnlc Miller of C). K- fmd Ml tarty blimtod hl«h Individual Merles nf 4«2 nnd Gcnttva CUrk of Trl-St(itP topplrd 212 pinii In A slnsle n a i f f . UQJIICU ' Stundingi. Trt-Hlnic Salni Co -S 1 ^ RUvcrnmn'n . - .. .,-.40 32 WonJ'i lc-r Cream ..,,..* -.40 S2 Oriirk Cicnnt-n -- 4*' -32 WrfJ Slrrrt En»o 39 M Cnmphell-Uell ..-, _ .?·* *o Koliium .Bread , «_,,--.32 40 GlennV Dulry --.31 ·** O. K, nnd Mdndv ,28 44 Den ton** Snnck Bar 27 45 February Sports Card Feb.'26-March 1--District One Clam A Rankethall Tournament, al Ilarrlton. " B ' Bnrl "' K r »P | " t «""-»nlum reactor (pile) operator it " UOMI . u,e, .ong long, «mov . .. rarnov. uranium «lug« from a bucket in a ZO-loot-decp pool of water " " (rom . radioactivity they tnu.t b« handled under water, Guard li Roy Bcolcr. nighl: Workmen IIM long »ite\ puiih rods lo place urnnium lluj. In petition in the reactor fuel ehannela. A« a new nug n pushed in, It forcei a "upent" «lug out tho b«ck of the reactor to fall Into lh« pool ( l e f t ) . AEC released these p'ioton in making public detail! of tha reactor"to speed training- of Its personnel. (Internation Butler Ford Miss Betty Jo Youngman of Fayctteville spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl Youngman, and is s u f f e r i n g ! from a badly sprained ankle. I Walker Hnney of Hickory Creek i was a supper guest In Ihe Claude I J. Graham home Salurday eve- j ning. I Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. Graham ] were callers In the Herbert Ham- · by home Friday evening In ! Sprlngdale. nlll Ryan Is 111 al his home i with influenza. ' Clyde Gniham and Dewaync; Collins of .Sprlngdale and J o e ' Youngman were afternoon callers j ! of Mr. and Mrs. Clnudc J. Gra: ; ham. Mrs, Walker Maney and i Glcnda Sue McCollough of Hick' ory Creek wore evening visitors, | - · - '' j Intensive oil exploration Is he: Ing conducted In Israel. . -- . . · . i More t h a n half of the DUmnl Swamp Met In North Carolina. i '""* An outntandlnf flavor--Junge'i Roman Meal Bread. l l - l U - U Old-rnfiliioiiodRtriilght Kentucky Bourhon with the smooth mHlownMH of n p n . . .Nnturr's gn;nt gift to your enjoyment. None finer nt any price. ui.i,nciaHtiiuiNtww.muwu.n.. MNM . nmian««wuM

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