Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1952 · Page 7
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 19, 1952
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Browns, Tribe Still Unbeaten In American Tourney Entrants By The Asioclaled Proa *~ The St. Louis Browns are be- ! tinning to remind folks of t h e : . 1944 team that set a new league! record by winning its first nine . games. In case it slips your mem- i ory, that w a r t i m e collectio* '' · copped the only- American League ] pennint in Brownie history. j tS . i . Duane Pillette became the! fourth starter to go all the way i ;yesterday w h e n the retread Browns played before the home 'lolka for the first time. The for- mer'Tankee, whose father was a big league pitche.r years ago, stuffed, a five-hitter down the throats of'those feeble Chicago VVhite' Sox to win, 7-1. Bob Feller, the last of Cleve- B/ ALLAN A. WLM*r, JtV Eugene Stephens, the Craveile*- Junior Legion grad, tried his hand I as a pinch-hitter for the Boston , Red Sox Thursday and proceeded , to connect for a double. Bosox l manager Lou Boudreau has a n - ; nouhced that he will give the \ team's old timers a chance at the Nix Pitches Hogs Past Tulsa, 19-8 - , s t a r t - but '-tot if an.v of t h e m ! T u l s a i Okla.-l/P-The A r k a n s a s land's "Big Four" to start, thrilled faded lne "ookies would take over, j Razorbacks stood off a - ( - r u n Tula home crowd of 56,068 by win- Tnat - l - v -' n )' Stephens is on "-: nine 'he Tribe's fourth straight, 5-0, ov«r Detroit. Feller, now 31, lost his control with one out in the. ninth when he walked Cliff Nfapes, Matt Batts and Johnny Lipon. Bob Lemon came in to make plncbhitter Steve Souchock ground" into a game-ending dou- Sox' roster, and it may not '" 7 | Ea University rally in C'.e n i n t h uc I inning hist night to win a 10-8 long before he gets a chance at intercollegiate "basehsll regular duty. ' And on the subject of baseball, did anyone notice how well Arkansas boys did in the opening day of big league play? The native ble play. " " Arkansans ant" those that raw Reynolds Loses some action in this state did bet- Connie marie the World I ler l h a n rcal wel1 Champion Kew York Yankees pop j Catcher Sherm Lollar, Fayette- his slow stuff into the air to spoil i ville player now with the Chica- the Yankee Stadium opener with j go While Sox, homered as his Arkansas pitcher F.dsol Nix held to two hits nnd three runs in seven innings befo, e losing control in the last two frames. Arkansas . _. 001 301 041--11) 13 6 Tulsa ..... 010 001 114-- R 5 5 Nix anri Wilkerson; C. Smith. Pool (8) and Yeager, R o b h e (8). ."'ivc nf Xorthv.-cM Arkansas' top bowlers have banded together for t Iry nt t h i s year's n a t i o n a l t o u r n a m e n t . The fivesome will compete i nrk'r ih? Cy C i n i r y b a n n e r . The members of the team are: (left to right i V-'. \V. Ilis-^ins. Ed Test, of S|iringdale, Ben Shiley, Cy Carney, Jr., and J;·-·:; Bcntnn. I P u s k a TIMICSFOTOl. M.V-I.-I r;ii.-,,-il led KM State i!ii|:r.!'-. r ) n i . , Conft-rnii-c il I'clil Jr. rcn'H? ill" i.-.nK i Itegent," highf-M .i-.v.-i Illiirv work. M r - a 3-1 Washington victory. The little man from Cuba had some sensational support from second baseman Cass Michaels to beat Allie Reynolds. Clyde Vollmer team lost to Cleveland. Preacher Hoe, an Ash Flat and Hardy native, spun a 3-2 win for his Dodger mates over the Boston Braves. game as a pinch hitter to deliver two key hits in Boston's 5-4 win over the Philadelphia A's in 10 innings. Brooklyn rolled to its fourth The Braves' pitcher was War got into the j Spahn, who saw considerable western Arkansas while pitching | for a Camp Chaffee learn at Fort Smith during the war. Ransom Jackson, of Little Rock and Helena, homered foi the Chi- straight on Andy Pafko's second , cago Cubs as they nipped Cin- home run of the day to nip the .. - New York Giants, 7-6 in 12 innings. A big Ebbets Field crowd of 31,032 saw the defending cham- cinnati, 6-5. Detroit's peerless third baseman. George Kell, fielded ilaw- Icssly and got a hit as his team pion Giants land on Clem Labine j lost to the Browns. And Martin in a live-run first inning. It was Stuart, of Paragould, turned in a the same Labine who blanked I good job of relief pitching for the them 10-0 in the second game last .' fall. Robinson Homers Mobile Looms As Dark Horse In Southern By The Associated 1'rrss Luke Appling. \v!nne H.niiy moans about his aches nnd pains INCENTIVE" Bums Determined Flag This Year nrivil.-lvn-l/PI-.Tai-kie Robinson. · -- t h e b r i l l i a n t F-rnoklyn socnrd baseman, v.-a-j ;i?ked to explain t h ? difference, if .'my, helwecn the current Dodder |e;»m ,-md the onr t h a t lu:-t Ih" 1351 !c:ii!nn'. in the f i ' i a l j^-iyoff Raine to the New York Gis'ntJ. Thai's r\w." .q^i'l Ro^inron. "1 became an instituiimi while the ; rsn rxm ':, jn ' , h c D i f f e r e n c e in one- Paternal Care A l l Lovellette Got At Kansas Tigers. Georgian .vlaiTcd for the W h i t e Sox, rnmnlairiC'l b i t t r r l v today of tl'p poor condition of his Memphis Chic'.'.s. word. Tr.p wnrd Thr rj-jrstio.i ^s askr-:i b r f n j The Chicks, held to a handful of Giants, 7-U. i Clem "Scooter" Koshorek, Pitts- i exhibition games by we.iHier. ; fourth Hrai;;ht _ ,, ,. ,, , i burg shortstop, gave St. Louis i have dropped three nf t v ' r ISM Brooklyn finally tied the tcore Cardinal broadcaster Harry Carey four games. Thev l u m b l M m s j x l h at a-H on Jackie Robinsons homer a bad time by getting two hits in place in t'e Soulhern A'-f.-iat'on in the eighth and save bonus kid i three trips and having a name ; standings Isst n i o h l afl-r logins Billy Loes his first big league vie-1 t h a t tripped Carey on every an- ] 5-4 to New Orleans lory on Pafko s smash. H a n d y , pcarance at the plate. Koshorek Biggest first-week flm, in the Andy hit his first homer in t h e ! was the Little Hock Traveler league. I ov.-ever. was f-e Birm- S8 c'j V^ .. ·.. · shortstop last season. ingham Barons. Except -;nv s de- bid Gordon and Willard Mar- i And a couple of boys that start- cisinn over New Orleans in I n ) ' i,t shall smashed _successive homers : ed their baseball careers . i . . . . . . · it," Hnoliy : ;aid. · hut blwinr; last year'.- hi:.; lead s l i i l weighs heavy in 'heir minds. Although we lost innr-' b^cviUM 1 i'f the G h n t in?: l i n i r h Ir.'in nn-n f a i l u r e s , t h e f e l l o w s feel t h a t they've U't the f ' i n s down. in the ninth after Russ Meyer'. Rogers, in the old Class D Arkan- pitched two-hit shutout hall f o r . sas-Missouri League--Gerry Prid- 8 1-3 innings to give Boston a dy, second baseman for Detroit 3-2 edge over the Phillres. Jim a ,,d Walker Cooper, Braves catch- Wilson, with relief help from Lew I cr--opened the season with hits Burdette in the eighth, set down i the_Phils with only three hits. i We are in receipt of letter The. Chicago Cubs climbed into j from the new head football coach second place by chasing their old nemesis, Harry Brecheen, to score four in the ninth and shade the St. Louis Cardinals. 5-4. Bill Serena at Colgate University fellow by the name of Harold Lahar. Lahar was an assistant at the Uni. . . . , · · ,, , . - · - i v e r s i | y during John BarnhuTs batting for winner Bob Schultz,, l ast season as varsity coach, drove home the tying and winning! Lahar. who went from here to runs with a double. Del Rice hit | the University of West Virginia B two-run homer off btarter Bob as head line coach, was to have Tiush in the sixth but the late Cub fireworks erased that and more too. Pittsburgh's kids continued Tulsa. Okla-.W)-Clycle Lovcl- Jctle, the fi-foot-lO Kansas center, 1 2 ' i n n i n R V f o r "their I ^count" lo enroll 81 th? schcol, nrv without a i his Kansas basketball coai-h as- i sects. 'The lioyi; don't t a l k much about "'· Forrest C. "Fhog" Allen, co.icll of the NCAA champion Jay- Inwlts. last night declared: "They oi'ten ask me how I carne r - i , n u t - ; i n n r - , | () j nr ] uce Clyde to attend Kansas. !,7i.'.'. u . s . 0 ,.,';!i ,TMy ' We". 1 simply went to nil mother, told her t h a t at Kansas he w n u l d he treated as her son. We n i f e r e d no automobiles or bank do it. ' .-it-counts." The genial 66-yea -old coach added: "You have to have a tall n.-n v.-ith Ihe 10-fool basket or up a. last Sunday's ^^.^, r , ne ^^^^^^'^^ Barons have been pushovers. . v/c fed we've just go: In do Nashville blanked them last night, We o-.-e something to th" fanr. 4-0 for their fourth rU-night rie- j . Tne ^ay* n , T n n t say | n( , !lnv teat, · thing, mind v i m . IVjt 1 knnv.- the .*. - ~ -~... u . tf n ( v A t l a n t a stopped Chattanooga's . fc?lhv; is there. You can te'l Ih? vnu'll be in the also-ran-column.' amazing slugging ^pree.^3-1. and : d i f f e r e n r p in the clubhouse. Ty re | The Kansas mentor also slapped Cugat May Have Honeymoon Here Bindlcid*r Xavicr Cugat anr! hi* sinf»*r, Abb« L«n*, may ho honey moon iil|E when they appear in rjiyetteville n*xt month. The Cu(it band h«» b**rn rugi.*", in play for a concert and daiu-n »\ tht University the n l f h t of May 3. An Associated Fresn story MVS Cujit flnd Miss Lanf today \vrre "celebrating hln divorce in I,ns Vein, Nev., from Loirsinr Cu- fit." It w«i reported (he rhumbs klnx *nd nix linger will marry within t\\ r o months," and one re-1 port had it t h a t they already had ( wed. A property srltlompnt pro- [ viries that Mrs. Cnjcat receive I $15i,000 alimony over I D years, j Prairie Grove The a n n u a l "summer roundup" for pre-schnol children was held W e d n e i d a y a t the ChriMian Church with doctors cxaminins I youngsters who will start In! H a z e l n u r s i , \V, school ntyt fall. Twenty-five c h i l : U "M* "I "'· · dren were examined by Dr. Jeff 1 1 '' isc ' ; "' 1 ' h'f- 1 " Baifett. Dr. Peter r.oherts. Dr.! ''""''' '" N '' Calvin Bain, dentist, and Dr. T. H. I Hi'oxi. Mis. ; Ward, optprnftrist. Forty-four menibers of the O r - ! der of the Eastern Star attended i a dinner and meeting »l Lincoln 1 iTnurnday ninht. The worthy snrd matron made he,, o f f i c i a l visit.. , The local PTA will e n t e r t a i n ^ members of the County Council I Tuesday. Mrs. Clark McClintnn, county president, will p r e s i d e ! over t h e all-day meeting at t h e ! Methodist Educational Huildlnj. | R^jlstr.itien will betin 'at 9:30 j a.m. and the meeting will open a: 10 a.m. Luncheon will b^ served at. noon. The Women's Society of Christian Servlc^ o' the Methodist Church m f t t | t nf home of Mrs. H a t t i e Cunningham Thursday afternoon u'ith Mrs. Walter Dodron. Mrs. Loyd Baijett and Mr?. Elhel Riddle f| hostesses. Mrs. S. O. ! Patty and Mil» Lucille Jones Rave ] the proirarn. Mrs. J. W. Taylor ' was m a d j a life member ot the organisation. The General Circle of the Pres- bytfrian Church r/iet with Mrs. J. S. Harl»n Thursday afternoon. Boxes of bindaiea and hospltnl |[armei?19 werf prepared for shipment to Itpcr colonies in Keren and Africa. Mrs. Harlan led n | ,,.,, f, \i \.\ t study ol (he lite of Merlin Luther. I Dill LrOITtWBll N a m e d Mri. Cfswell Wilson and ARKANSAS 1IMD5. Sclurtloy, A p r i l Mora C-!, Red And QnHcnie lim-.=Hl Smith ll;:it O i l ' . Mr. aii'l thi., iniirn (in., w u a l i f i n c x ' - r i v : - , i f I ll.-iiu .1. r u m - , v ,o f f i r c i 's f i i t ' i l i 1 '' !· expect to n-U:r;i \." .. .1 V. PI-IIV Dace-setting Mobile widened its i^n o fonlin-i ar:)iiurl. No hnrst-pby.' .^ iT-.c-.f-tK..!! lead to a came anri a half by trip "u: -- '" ·"· : -"" · " · - ' -- - ' ' ' ' pine Little Rock, 6-2. Now firmly established as Ihe teams in tht east ltcre t I'.- and Chaplains mid :\ I,K- the commissinn nf n i t t-hPL college rieparli-n^rit". ;it t versity a'. Oklnh"ii';i :.i . Monday throu.i'i Thuri. l.-iy week. Eleven mn-.i'- Fayc'ltcvilli- an' .-iinnir; high school mu [ci in . over A r k n n s a n u-ivt .-ir:- the a n n u a l Unlvcr. it.v Mi which opened Thui.--!;iy tlllllrs thrn'i;:'-! ln'1-r-. 'i'r, · siclnns from K;iyr:t"vl"" Handr.i Noll (.-.unlyn I M ! I . !'. Jones, Hhund : i l{h"-ie.:. Bent, Pntriria Crall.--/. I-' Miller, n.iil Slioi.lnw, Su..i" H ·!:· ing, Mary E. Gamble and Ku?;enie Mitchell. IIv ' Pr-si ,'i'l-ir. IM, ;in'erl .I^.hn- ··nnp. i. J., Southern's dark horse. Mobile 30! its second nifty mound ioh in a row from Boh Ludwick. The Mus- We're not. jjoinR to lonk .it t h c ; ' ' r " l01 ' TM"."8 standings to s?e how far v.-e ftre : v -' ! * n prnfcssional teams on Sun- nhend. We're just piiinq to try our day. He ocldrcssc'l the annual Unl- h.ii-le.-.t to win ejch R;IIIH;---Jay i versity of Tulsa basketball ban- Cuttllnwr, home . ajuli.tfd by Mrs. L. It. enterttlned high school junl»r» Thursday ni?hl with s party ft the LMion H u t . Mri. Lewis Morton who has b^en a the County Hos- Mrs. } f m :j room « r '° L. kegon, Mich., left hanrier, who , " nob'inTM hesi'aterl ;i moment ,-5:^"°'' , , shut out the Atlanta Ciackers in ! if debniim wh"ther he should moved up to Pittsburgh as head line coach under Red D a w s o n . . . - . ^ But before he could get himself j home run streak at fmir i:i four j moved to the steel city he was ! sames. Simpson, nevertheless, was his first start, handcuffed Lilt). Rock on four hits. lie alsn hailed Peb outfielder Hal Simpson's what lin-n' 1 -! s on anri F mys mind. Then he I + 4 (i. · t it i_i i · /-· · ·- · · - - tiii. 1,1 L i t , ! i r e \ \ d ^ , ; , u i i i i - . , - . v i ! ! i i .K-- in. n c v t ; i i i n ; i t i natj 3 0 n l h o" l'" 5 9 inc ! n - a PP° int "J head coach at Colgate. : "h base three times in four oi 21-year-old Bob Friend. Home ; an enrollment of about own boy Bobby Del Greco, mak- competition is mostly lf. f n r instance. u"h to bhu 1 "^ as n n _ J know I let down last I ''iusly. I tnok five NACC To Ask For Longer Off-Season ' · ' ·» -»«^ »··· ing his debut before 29.97-1 Pirate j League schools, and big Harold fans, scored a smash hit with a i contends thqt it is one of the fi'n- triple and two singles off Ewell ! est spots for a coach in the coun- Blackwell and Frankie Smith. Pryor Favored To Win Decathlon At Kansas Relays Lawrence, Kan.-(VPl-The weath- ! er outlook was on the soggy side ; try. He also writes that ". . . if there is ever any sanity put back into the game on the part of the EO- called major colleges, that it will I not nffect our operation in any j way because we have anri will be ! abiding by the r'ules." He added that such an arrangement is not the. most likely thing to appeal to a big. mean tackle. · Bob Zander, n j r . . **. i 1 ln "'° Ramps. Provdo Points Out Lock|pTMr' lo on Of U. S. Flood Control Had I k n o w n wlr:l would happen. I probably v.-ould have played | Ho) Spril , RS v , . {IP) . Recon ,. thorcwmes. The..nme thing hnp-,,,,^,,.,,^ p , ^ ^ M ^_ e or two of tne u.h':r Mnscow-f/P)-Pravda repoi t2d today the United Ststes Rovernment is willing to spend a billion dollars for a new atom bomb plant, but unwilling to spend ~ needed for flood control. | mittee on Athletic Policy of the Jackie i-"t"s Ihe 'it?. Dodger-, a ; A '! :erlcan Council on Education stronger cl'ili despite the lors of cal " c "" for review today by the all-same winner Don New-comb? to ; National Association of Collffiate the Army. "We've cot some fine looking; pitciiers on tin- club." he funds ; said. "That Ren Wade looks great, i So tloe.-j Jnr.n F I u t l K r f n r d . Thnrc Reporting the disastrous floods ' tv.-o plus Clem Labine ought in the Missouri and Mississippi ! mnke up those 20 wins u-e lost river basins, the Soviet paner s.iid ' when New:-ombe v;ent into the such catastrophies have "heroine Army." customary during recent years."' . · -·- ~ --. | j, t ]g( ,^ Aip^nndp,. H a m i l t o n . The United States paid a l l i t j . i h e n ;:overnor nf '.'e-.v York. v.-:,r ' "·; debt in IB-JD, hut a new nn- : Villc-d in a mie! at Weohai ken. N ONV/ARD AND UPWARD? - By Alan Mover residrnt profes- today as athletes from some SO · s ional at the Fayetteville Country colleges and universities aimed ! Club, has been signed up by the for honors in the annual Kansas · University as golf coach. He has I l i n n a l rioot v -' as - oon "'cattd by , J.. wi:'i A.-ron Burr, ihc-i Eclays. ' ! a thankless task in trying ),, j w a r and depression. I prffidp;it nf t;-.e u n - i e d Stales. The meet opened yesterday . mould a winning team 'in the with the first five decathlon' Soutr.u-et.t Conference, but we i events sharing the spotlight with u a n t him to know t h a t there is · the 4Bth annual Kansas Inter- ; no P'ace around here for a loser, i schplas'tic relays. Yesterday's f i n a l events were completed in a heavy downpour of rain, and the best the weatherman could piomisc today was 5 partly cloudy sky and scattere · showers. Jim Philbee of Bradley Univer- : Chica^ fiity moved out in front in the i St. T.ouis How They Stand NATIONAL LEAGUE W 1, Brooklyn 4 1 2 _ . ~2 opening decathlon program with j Pittsburgh ".".2 Pet.: i.oon I 3.2S3 points. 20 better t h a n favored Dean Pryor of the University of Arkansas. Pryor ficurcs to score heavily in the discus, pole vault and javelin today. .Oklahoma figures as a strong threat in the mile, relay and will he shooting at the 3:15 record set by Rice in 1D50. ..Vlf) .333 .333 .333 .250 Cincinnati Philadelphia i Nev.- York . . _ . _ _ 1 Boston .... i Friday's Results Brooklyn 7. New York 6 12 in- niiifrs. Chicaso 5, St. Louis 4 Pittsburgh 3, Cincinnati 0 Boston 3. Philadelphia 2. Sp April orts Card AMERICAN LEAGUE W L ; Cleveland . _ 4 I St. Louis 4 April 19--Arkansas baseball team vs. Tulsa, at Tulsa, Okla. April 11--Arkansas golf (earn TI. Texas, here. April 22--Arkansas sprlnj practice Boston Washington New York _. Philadelphia _. . ... Chicago;. Detroit Friday's Resulti Pet. l.OOIl! i.oiin' .750! .500 | .333; .33.1 : .000 .000 basketball g a m e , a t Fiold Houit, ei 8 p.m. April 23--Arkansas tennis k-am vs. NE Okla., at Table- quail, Okla. April 14--Arkaniai banball team TI. Tulu, here. April IS--Arkanaai banball Ham TI, Tulat, hen. i Arkantai golf teim ra.' ^ lob "« - » / Okln. A. and M., here. I Lltll ! Rock 3 2 Arkansas track team at'N»'hvill( .._ 3 j Drake R e U y s , Desi Chattanooga 4 . ... M° |M '. Iow " New Orleans ~... 4 kprl 1--Arkaniai l«nnla team I Memshli " " T». Drurr. h«». l A l l » n i » - - " - '· St. Louis 7. Chicago l Cleveland 5. Delrnit 0 Washington 3. New York 1 Boston 5, Philadelphia 4, 10 Innings. SOUTHEHlTASSOCIATION W L Pet. 1 Arkansas solf team vs. T.C.U., at fort Worth, April Jl--Arkansas golf team vi. S.M.U., at Dallas." Uprll JO--Arkansas baseball t*»m vi Omnha U., it Omaha, Nebr. WOULD LIKE COf-lTt/JUE ffifi.Apee.PWA STOKY FROM OF AUGUST TO TH£ TH£ SEAGOfl ABOUT T/ie 'SAM" PeFxenrA6B BALI. AZ Tfc YA/iXS / · \ /·A ve \VCtl 36 or T/if PttlflMlTG, PUT 6 WSl-l- DOtt'T '''flh't:A Si'ASO/l- /·OV.'S'.'fR. Hi THL : S. YOU CA/I'T [iLAMe )'Ot!/,'SMEN FOR Blrminsham l 8 Frlday'i RnvlU A t l a n t a S, Chattanooga I Mobile «, Little Rock J Nashville 4, Birmingham 0 New Orl««ni \ Memphis 1 Commissioners. Ass.iclollon President Ala S. H u s h n e l l , Eastern College Athletic Conference commissioner, made it clear, however, that any action taken hy the commissioners would not be binding on any of the conferences. The controversial re:omnienda- lions under study hy the commissioners were drawn up last winter hy a committee of 10 college presidents headed by. Dr. John A. l l a n n i h of Michigan State. The commissioners yesterday voted to ark the NCAA to extend t h e period of time permitted for off-season football and basketball drills. At present, the NCAA rule snys the 20 practice periodl 'or football must end w i t h i n 20 successive days and w i t h i n 24 days in basketball. The cor.iinissioners v.anl the calendar spread for each sport to j include six additional days. Hot Springs Teachers May Join Union Hot SnriuBs. Ark.-l/Pl-A spokfj- I man says that Hot Springs' pub' lie M-hool teachers have indicated t h e v wish to a f f i l i a t e with the AFI. American Federation ol Teachers. The number of teachers involved in the unionization move was not disclosed. About 80 members of the Classroom Teachers Aj-snriatlori met wth two union o f f i c i a l s Wednesday to dlsctui the .-ifflllation. Camera And Projector Donated To Hosp'tol Mr. and Mrs. James H. Kays of I-'.-iyetleville have donated a ml- e r f i f l l m camera and projector tp the Washington County Hospital, George Berrymnn, hospital adijiin- istratnr, »nnounced today. The camera and projector will enable surgeons to record unusual phases of surjery and treatment for use In case ftudy. Kven on the coldest winter day there is heat In lh» air an4 H U now possible, by meant of heat pumps to extract thli heat aod UM It to warm home* an other'build- ing*. In 1100, every l»r|e lureftii country, Including Spate fid Tin Key, had larger population Ihe United SIMM. A t /~_UI:Of Goblins day, h*f returned to the home of t)er pa'rtnti. Mr. end Mrs. Dolph | Helrn, where she Is recuperating, j Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kppcrson, i who have been visiting her p a r - , ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruck Wallace, have moved to Pine B l u f f , where they will make their home. Mr. and Mr?. Elton Skclloh hav returned (con) l wedding t r i p to Flefl.da. They are no-y at their home tm Wejl Perkf Street. Art Couch, who has been vlslt- ln( his zrai)tivfr.eriti. Mr. and Mrs. J. C: ^arOett, for- several we*ki, hfs returned to hi) home in Tulsa, Qklj. ·trt, Jeff Sh|rp, f patient at the County Hqspilfl f o r ' t h e last two w*?ki, was brought In a glnbua.1 ambulance Thursday to the hix»» Of her nlt(;e, Mrs. Fxl Phlllipf. Tht'.sophomore class sponsored pie supper at the school lunchroom Friday .night, proceeds going to their class project. Ab Villinej has bought the residence of Calvin Smith. The Smiths have moved to the Crouch farm »u'h ol Center Point. I » . . -- ·OW^ fOB HEALTH Jim Benton Bowling ! itn« Ari ' H a r r i s o n , Ark-l/T) -The head football coach ;md ,-15.: basketball rn.-ich ;:t H.irrhfir School is W. B. "1^11" Or*-.' line coach at A:-k.m--ns Teae.herp College for firm nr He succeeds Jim C r r i f f ' m . r"- cently named bend football coach at State Teachers. To D r n f l 3911 In M n y Little H n r k - l f l ' i - A i - k a n ' a . v-ill haver a M.-iy i ! r a f t t j u n V i . , f .?:jfl men, most of them 21 or nklcn. linn nf the U n i t e d $ t n ' f ; IP-Te;i*ci from J,M18r4Sa. to 75.91)1,J75 ti 1,834.1 per cent. An outstanding navor---Junee'f Roman Meal Bread M - I O - t i '/2 GALLON Vinilla Ice (ream 63c Holtond Brot. Lor.ker Pinn) MAE MARSHALL'S PRIVATE HOME FOR UNFORTUNATE OIRLS ··cluelMi And Cxp*n»*t PaW Tfl. il4 Esmond ·«x 111 Oklahoma S C H L I C H T M A N ' S BROILER-EflED CHICKS NEW HAMPS -VANTRESS CROSS DELAWARE HAMP CROSS Eilablished O'er 25 Y«nn Truck Deliveries io M n n y Localities SCHUCHiMAH HATCHERY U S. APP!!OVFD PULLORUM CLEAN Phoni 347. 2H Fee Prices And Delivery Dalet BOX D, APPLETON CITY. MO. CITY WIDE DAYS COMING 800

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