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Browns, Tribe Still Unbeaten In American By The Associated Prenj » The St. Louis Browns are be- finning to remind folks of the 1944 team that set a new league 'record by winning its first nine | . games. In case it slips your m'em- 1 .ory, .that . w a r t i m e collection [ : copped the only American League 'pennant in Brownie history. tS.-__ . . v Duane "Pillette became the ·fourth- starter io go all the way yesterday w h e n the retread Browns played before the home : folk« for the- first time. The former"Yankee, whose father was a stuffed 'league .pitcher years ago, .·a Hve-hHter down, the throats of those feeble Chicago White Sox to win, 7-1. Bob Feller, the last of Cleveland's "Big Four" to start, thrilled a home crowd of 56,068 by winning the Tribe's fourth straight, 5-0, oy«r Detroit. Feller, now 31, lost his 'control with one out in the ninth when he walker! Cliff Mapes, Matt Baits and Johnny Lipon, Bob Lemon came in to make pinchhitter Steve Souchock ground into a game-ending double play. Reynolds Loses Connie Marrero made the World Champion New York Yankees pop his slow stuff into the air to spoil the Yankee Stadium opener with 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 got into the 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 straight on Andy Pafko's second hpme run of the day to nip the New York Giant?, 7-6 in 12 innings. A big Ebbets Field crowd of 31,032 saw the defending cham- B/ ALLAN A. OtLBEsVf. JK. Eugene Stephens, the Gravelle*Junior Legion grad, tried his hand | as a pinch-hitter for the Boston | Red Sox Thursday and proceeded ; to connect for a double. Bosox \ manager Lou Boudreau has nounced that he will give an- the team's old timers a chance at the start, but that if any of them faded the rookies would take over. That is why Stephens is on the Nix Pitches Hogs «e Past Tulsa, 10-8 Tourney Entrants Tulsa, Okla.-WVfhe Arkansas Razorbacks stood off a 4-run Tul- ! sa University rally in t;-.e ninth 1 Sox' roster, and it may not be | inning ..... ,, ,,,-, long before he gets a chance at intercollegiate baseball triumph. regular duty. And on. the subject of baseball, Arkansas pitcher Edsel Nix held Tulsa lo two hits and three runs : j in seven innings before losing con- . ' did anyone notice how well Ar- i tro i in the last two frames. kansas boys did in the opening Arkansas .. 001 301 041--10 13 day of big league play? The native Tulsa 010 001 1 1 4 -- 8 ' uf Norlh'.vcr-t Arkansas' top bowlers have handed together for a y «t I h i s year's n a t i o n a l t o u r n a m e n t . The fivcsome will comp«t» Cugot May Have Honeymoon Here Bandleader Xavlcr Cugal nd his sin(er, Abbe Lane, may be honeymooning when they appear In Fayettevllle next month. Thf Cufat band has been engaged lo pity for a concert and dance at the University the nl(ht nf May An Assoclited Press story says Cuijat and Miss Laiie today were "celebrstinf hl« divorce in I,as Veg«j. N«v.. from Lorraine Cu- flat." It was reported the rhumba kln» and hl« singer will marry within two months." and one report had It that they already had wed. A property settlement provides that Mrs. Cugat receive $152,000 alimony over 10 yo.irs. lOHIHWESI ARKANSAS IIMES, Fovntl-Jviii-, A.-Uansai. / Soturcloy, Apr! Prairie Grove Myl.-i Guni-rl left F, i i.,y f ,. Stiite Hiip-.r,;'.-. Cirl-. A u x i l i (!onfn rnci! at I ' r t i t ,!rl!V S!:': · , receive th" r n n k f "Qi: The innuil "summer rnundup" j Hegenl." hiKhc-.-.t .r.vnrl in ;, for pre-school children was held l l l a r y w o r n . W e d n t s d a y » t t h e Christian Personals More C-3 Rod And Ciin Ihar, On Home i n . u i in- -., i..!inry iKiiinm-. i jie memoirs 01 me team are: (l«n to nh,,^-K u u j . ' r i g h t , W. W. l.i S3 ins, Sd Test, of Springdale, Ben Shiley, Cy Carney, \^TM*\,^TM ^IT'"? Arkansans anr' those that saw some action in this state did better than real well. Catcher Sherm Lollar, Fayetle- ville player now with the Chicago White Sox, homered as his team lost to Cleveland. Preacher Roe, an Ash Flat and Hardy native, spun a 3-2 win for his Dodger mates over the Boston Braves. The Braves' pitcher was Warren Spahn, who saw considerable of western Arkansas while pitching for a Camp Chaffee team at Fort Smith during the war. Ransom Jackson, of Little Rock and Helena, homered for the Chicago Cubs as they nipped Cincinnati, 6-5. Jr., nnd Joss Bcnton. (I'uska T1MESFOTO). Detroit's peerless third man, George Kell, fielded base- ilaw- lessly and got a hit as his team *,. , - , _, " i v o - j i ^ n i i « _ t g u L O l i l t ( J $ I J J « ) I t J d l l l pion Giants land on Clem Labine lost to the Browns. And Marlin in a live-run first inning. It was Stuart, of Paragould, turned in the same Labine who blanked them 10-0 in the second game last ·. fall. . Robinson Homers job of relief pitching for the Tigers. Clem "Scooter" Koshorek, Pitts- Brooklyn f i n a l l y tied the score at 6-6 on Jackie Robinson's homer in the eighth and gave bonus kid . I burg shortstop, gave St. Louis tory on Pafko's smash. Handy And}' hit his first homer in the seventh. Cardinal broadcaster Harry Carey a bad time by getting two hits 5 5 _ _ Smith,! ~ "" ' " ~ and Yeager, n o b b e j WORD IS " I N C E N T I V E " Nix and Wilkcrsnn; Pool (8) (8). Mobile Looms As Dark Horse In Southern By The Associated 1'rtss ,, Luke Appling. whose daily ; York G i a n t s , moans about his aches and pains J Claims Bums Determined Win Nat ion! Flag This Year Brnoklvn-r/l')-Jackie Robinson.*--· the brillia::! Brooklyn second , -- --, hnsemnn, v.'.ic nskcd to c x p l n i n I PrTh£r*r-if*l I [ t~\Vf* th? diffrroncc. if any. between the .,' U I emu I V-U I C } current Dn-jger to^ni and the unc i tiiat lo?t t h o 1051 pcnp.Pn'. in the j f i n a l pNyoff fjame to the New became "That's cary," s?i'l RobiriMMi. "I I i n s t i t u t i o n while the ] rsn exp |,,j n u u . difference in one Georgian slarrcel for the Chicago ! w - nrrt . T rc wfrd is Incentive." White Sox. comnlainc'I bitterly to- A l l Lovellette Got At Kansas Tiilsa, Okla-.W)-Clyde Lovcl- The q u e s t i o n was n s k e d b e f o r e i I.,!. ,1 n . f n n t - i n K a n t i * r*nti-r day of the poor condilirm of his ; Ihe Dodgers' home opener y e ? U r r - I ,, ,^' the . ,. ,,.,, , f i k Memphis Chicks. I day - before t h e y defeated t h e ! ( l l d n t set -n aUtQmcbile or bank The Chicks, held In a h a n d f u l of ; rtiants, 7-fi. in 12 i n n i n g s for their i :TM ou . nl to enl '. 011 . ". l h - school, youngsters who will slnrt to school nfxt fall. Twenty-five children werj exsminfd by Dr. Jctf Bajgett, Dr. Pekr Roberts, Dr. C»lv!n Bsin, denlist, and Dr. T. B. W«rd, optometrist. Forty-four members nf the Order of th$ Eastern Star a t t e n d - H ' » diciner (no 1 ' meeting nt Mnroln'i Thursday night. The worthy grind Mr. and Mr l i u v llairliuir;.;. W..-.. -.« Fisc'.ier l.-tr-l nic it nilnxi, Mi ; .. Mr. aii'l ' · : · . . .1 r On., HVC-IT lln--. i . i ' l ::!' llli!:ii:l c.i-u'.: .., ,.f l,l t matron made her o f f i c i a l V i s i t , j ""'" J ''"»'' · : ''' '· The local PTA w i l l e n t e r t a i n ' "''"'" '' ''"""'' '" members of the County Council i ""P"TM l i'"l»rn \.'r.-,ii- Tuesday. Mrs. Clark McCllnton. county president, will p r e s i d e over the sll-day meeting at the Methodist Educational Building. Registration will beitin 'at B:30 a.m. a n d the meeting w i l l open f. 10 a.m. Luncheon will be served at noon. The Women's Society of Christ i a n Servjce of tho Methodist exhibition games by Kid wpaihcr. i fn "r''h siraisht -ir.tory without a j his Kansas basketball coarh as- | p,(( v Ch/urcb rnfl 'it the home of Mrs. H a t t i e Cunnlngh»m Thursday n f t - ernoon With .Mrs. Walter Dodson, Mrs. Lgyd Baisett and Mrs. Ethel R i d d l e . hostesses. Mrs. S. 0. ' i Tho Hr-v. M.irlu.: .1 !., | rector . r HI. l'. : 'i!., '·'. · ! Chllrrb, v.'il .-.fh 1 ;;!! 'i !'.. \ Confcrcni'p for i:.ii|i-r,, \, and Chnp'.'lili. 1 ; nnd ,; i i i f i l the comrni.sMOn nf n i l r 1 !;!.! college d p p n r l m n i i i s i ; i \'- vcrsity or Ok'nh'inn .11 \' Monday throu;-:'i Thui: I,:;. week. . have dropped three of Ibcir last four games. They tumbled to p j x l h |)lncp in l N e Southern Arsticiation tnree tr 'P s ar " J having a n a m e ! standines last nisbt aflor ' T3111 T l.- f I T - - . '·"·-*- "iH-5 ami u a v i M £ d I I H m e i Md Tin i RES J3SI lllgn f'" y L ne L hf L f .l rSt , b 'l? agU J. V 'r. "!" tri ^ d Carey on every ap- IM to New Orleaii, Sid Gordon and Willsrd Marshall smashed successive homers ; shortstop last season. And a couple of boys that started their baseball careers' up at in HIC innin aner nuss Meyer Rogers, in the old Class D Arkan pitched two-hit shutout ball for j sas-Missouri League--Gerry Prid* _ 1 ' 3 J nmngs f, u 8 !}: e ...? ost TM. » i *, second baseman for Detroit, and Walker Cooper, Braves catcher--opened the season with hits. pearance at the plate. Koshorek I Biggest first-week flon In tbe -as the Little Rock Traveler j league, howe 3-2 edge over the Philllts. Jim Wilson, with relief help from Lew Burdette in the eighth, set down the Phils with only three hits. We are Irj receipt of a letter The Chicago Cubs climbed into j from the new head football coach second place by chasing their old i at Colgate University . . . fellow nemesis, Harry Brecheen, to score four in the ninth and shade Ihe St. Louis Cardinals. 5-4. Bill Serena batting for winner Bob Schultz, drove home the tying and winning runs with a double. Del Rice hit a two-run homer off starter Bob Hush in the sixth hut the late Cub fireworks erased t h a t ' and more too. Pittsburgh's kids continued io strut thpir stuff, blanking Cincinnati 3-0, on the five-hit pitching of 21-year-old Bob Friend. Home own boy Bobby Del Greco, making his debut before 29,974 Pirate fans, scored a smash hit with a triple and two singles off Ewell Blackwell and Frankic Smith. Pryor Favored To Win Decathlon At Kansas Relays Lawrence, Kan.-(P)-The wealh- I er nntlnok was on the soggy side ! "The boys Hnn'l t;ilk much ;ihnul it," Ro'.n\v r a i d , "hut bloving last year's bis tend still wci'.;hs he-'ivy in t h e i r minds. Although we lost mnr« hforuse nf t h e nhnlr-,' nmn?.- ,,·,,,. 41, T,- '· i n f ' J i n i r h 1^^|^ h^r^urn of nur ! ^ G I w lts t^c Birm- | ( ) w n failui . (!F . l h e f e M o w s f e e i t h a t .. ;e; «... Barons. Except for a r] c - ; t h p v - v e , cl t h e Hns d o w n . cision over New Orleans in half of i serts. Ur. Forrest C. "Phog" Allen, coach of the NCAA champion Jay- hawks, last night declared: "They often ask me hpw I cami to induce Clyde to attend Kan'sa?'. Well. I simply went to hi? mplh- cr, told her thai at Kansas h? wiuild be t'Tatod as h"r son W* last Sunday's double-header, the . , e ^ ^n^^Tnv^hTviSr* ! ° ! "^ "o automobile's 0, b a n k Barons have been pushovers. . We feel we've jiif. go! In do it. · ·ireounts." Nashville blanked them last n i g h t . : We owe something to the fans, i The gc:iial 66-yea -old coach ] the program. Mrs. J. W. Taylor 1 was made · life member of the organization. The Generil Circle of th* Presbyterian Church met w i t h Mrs. J. S. H^rlpn Thursday afternoon. Boxes of b*nd»ic» «nd hospllnl gur'meot? werf prepared for shipment lo l?pcr colonies In Korea I and Atrlc«. Mrs. Itarlin led a ] study of th« l i f e of M a r t i n Luther. 4-0, for their fourth straight do- feat. A t l a n t a stopper! Chattanooga': amazing slugging spree, 3-1, nace-setting Mobile widened "Tlie boys nre nnt snying t n y - ! -'tided: "You have to have * lall t h i n g , pund yon. Bui 1 knnv. 1 tiie:"i.':n \vi;h the 10-forl basket or -column," iso slapptj) a Etoppert Chattanooga's f c r l i n u is there. Vmi c«n le-'l llu you'll h» in the also-ran slugging spree, 3-1, and difference in the clubhouse, T, -:re | T}, Kansas mentor als lead lo a game and a half by t ping Little Rock, 6-2. Now firmly established as the i by the nam e of Harold Lahar. Lahar was an assistant at the University during John Bainhill's last season as varsity coach. Lahar, who went from here to .,-«,..., ,,. ,,,,,,,,,, W I I U the University of West Virginia I shut out the Atlanta Crackers in · itS 'Era-y"hhp"!^ basketball teams in the east n »- ! wVr. 5 JSP lo' wln r everyl"me: ;"""« h ^ "'-I « *·« TMTM Pr,c- \bp l ; '-e for college players to pliy i f t n n r l i n g s t o ' y e e ' h o w for we are;"''" 1 professional Ifams on Suo" «sed Ihs a n n u a l Ut)i- ust^^ x T rr r- 6at · s in ^ "" ^""" "·' : ^ »«·'"«" TM w ^ d BSb^ffiTtMV-! ah ? t ^ a ^ w i " p a c h eimn - day r u s ily o£ Tul; Kegon, Mich., left hailder, who I l l n h i n j n n h p s i ' n t o r l .1 t i i n m o n l .-K p ' C ' lsa basketball ban- . .. · = i ..··"».*« -~i cn.i-n.-i 3 j i i ii i i u i i r i i in ; n 11*.mi:i [if. M i u i i i i i ;·.. ·{ ... n . e c ° s . ch .' W9 . s to have j his first start, h a n d c u f f e d Little I w h a t -,vs on his mind. Then he Hobin. : .on Iiesi'.aterl a moment ?s if debating whether hi? should 5?.y moved up to Pittsburgh as head I Rock on fo line coach under Red Dawson But before he could get himself moved to the steel city he was appointed head coach st Colgate. Lahar wriles that Colgale has an enrollment of about 1,400. The : him twice, competition is mostly with the Ivy : League schools, and . big Harold ! contends that it is one of the f i n est spots for a coach in the country. He also writes t h a t ". . . if there is ever any sanity put back into the game on the part of the so- called major colleges, t h a t it will npt affect our operation in any way because we have and will be abiding by the rules." He added that such an arrangement is not the most likely thing to appeal to a big, mean tackle. . on four hits. He also halted j turner! nnci spM: outfielder Hal Simpson's 1 "Tnk- injwlf. for Peb home run streak at four in'Yn'i'ir games. Simpson, nevertheless, was , v on base three times in four trin^. i vrn ''' '.udwirk hit him once and walked ! Bob Zander, resident profes- today as athletes from some' 60 · si TMal 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 Helays.' ' j a thank-less task in trying to Ti;e meet opened yesterday i "Wuld a winning team in the with the first five decathlon j Southwest Conference, hut we events sharing the spotlight with | w a n t him lo know t h a t there is the 48th annual Kansas Inter- ! no place around here for a loser, scholastic relays. Yesterday's final events were completed in a heavy downpour of rain, and the best the weatherman could promise today was a partly cloudy sky and scaltere · showers. Jim Philbee of Bradley University moved out in front in the opening -decathlon program with 3,263 points, 29 better than favor- Pravda Points Out Lock Of U. S. Flood Co:»:rol Moscow-wp)-pravda reported today the United States government is willing to spend a billion clol- , lars for a new atom bomb p l a n t , j yomrf pitchers on thn club," ho but unwilling to spend, f u n d s i snid. "That Ben Wade looks great. instance. J to bl'urc ns .in.v- J kiuiw I let down last mr.riously. I took five 'inyr off because ff .in injury dur- in t h ? t i m e we held a bit- ]-iad. Had I k n o w n w h n t would happen, 1 probably would have played tho.-p gomes: The sime t h i n g Inp- ucnrrl to one or two of the o'hcr Jackie r~tcs t h e '51! Dodgers a stronger dub despite the lors of 20-gHine w i n n e r Don Newcombr- to the Army. "Wr'vo got some fine looking needed for flood control. So dor.i .Tnhn E u t h r r f o r d . Thore Reporting the disastrous floods i two plus Clom Labine ought to To Ask longer Off-Season Practice Periods Hot Springs, Va. - UP) - Recommendations c'. the Special Comm i t t e e on Athletic Policy of the American Council on fducatinn came up for review today by th* National Association of Coll«l»te Commissioners. Association President Aia S. Buslmell, Eastern College Athletic Conference commissioner, made it clear, however, t h s l any actlpn ; taken by the commissioners would 5 ,,..-.. .-Vviri.ilr,! I Eleven mu:;ir :.t;nl''nl-. f i u t r Fnycttevllle a r e : I I M H I I ; J t i n - 21111 high cchnul m u ^ l e l i n ; f r u n i .ill over ArkMnsar. v.-iin ;ir.! ;it:^ : :'lin;: tho nilMUiil IJllIVi-i-.-.ily i\lii'.;'- CI;:,!which opened Thui.v!,iy ;ni I ro i. tinurr. thin:i!;ri l n t ! - j \ . ' 'i 1 ;-... t .--|. sicinns from K:i\Ttt^".-i ! 1 - 1 .·;· · Kamlrn Nnll C'.-irnl'vu in'!, l; ·:-.- Jones, nhoiida Him !.·... r,n.. :!,!· Bent, P n l r i r l n Crall:-.'. Frr-li-i 1; Miller, R a i l Shoptaw, Su. ii- i'l ·!:- Ing, Mary E. G.-imblc and KuHcnie M i t c h e l l . , ITli. V.'.ir- I-'i St.ir.vi, ,'ri t,,« M.-- in the Missouri and Mississippi | make up tho.-e 20 wins we Inst l . . . . river basins, the Soviet paner f=iirl | when Ncwrombe went into the I not 1)c "'""'"g on any of th such catastrophies have ''bpcome Army." ! fcrences. customary d u r i n g recent years.' I | The controversial re:ommends- In 13!M, A l e x a n d e r H a m i l t o n , ; " n "s under study by '.he commls- ONWARD AND UPWARD? - By Alan Mover How They Stand NATIONAL LEAGUE W I Brooklyn 4 Q Chicago 2 St. Louis 2 Pittsburgh V. 2 2 Cincinnati _ . 1 2 ed.Dean Pryor of the University I Philadelphia "~ \ of Arkansas. Pryor figures lo j New York ~_" i score heavily In the discus, pole · Boston vault snd javelin today. ' ~ .Oklahoma figures as a Mrong threat in the mile relay and will be shooting at the 3:15 record set by Rice in 1050. April Sports Card April 10--Arkansas baseball team vs. Tulsa, at Tulsa, Okla. April SI--Arkansas golf team «. Texas, her«. April 22--Arkansas spring practice basketball g a m e , at Fluid House, el S p.m. April 23--Arkansas tennis team vs. NE Okla., at Table- quah, Okln. April J4--Arkansas baseball t»am TI. Tulsa, here. April 3S--Arkansas bauball learn vs. Tulia, heri. Arkansas golf team TS. f Okla. A. and M., hat*. Arkansas track team at Drake R e l a y s , Des Molnes, Iowa. Apt! II--Arkansas tinnli I««m TS. Drury. hora. Arkanjas golf team vs. T.C.U., at Fort Worth. April J»--Arkansas golf team vs. S.M.U., at Dallas.' April 30--Arkansas baseball team vs Omnha U., at Omaha, Nebr. Friday's Results Brooklyn 7, New York 6 12 innings. Chicago 3, St. Louis 4 Pittsburgh 3, Cincinnati o Boston 3, Philadelphia 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L .Cleveland 4 I St. Louis "_"' 4 Boston I' 3 Washington 2 New York __ ] Philadelphia 1 Chicago; o Detroit Friday's Results St. Louis 7, Chicago 1 Cleveland S, Detroit o Washington 3, New York 1 Boston 5, Philadelphia 4, 10 Innings. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. Mobile .. ' 5 Little Rock 3 Ntshville ^ 3 Chuttanooga 4 3 New Orleans. 4 3 Memphlt AtUnt« Birmlnghim ~ FHifry't ketuiu Atlanta i, Chattinoofa I Mobile «, Little ftock 2 N»thvllle 4, Birmingham n New Orlennj 6, Memphis 4 PYKES, Of WOULO LIKE 70 rue STORY M/S eoys 5TART£C fo WRrre TOWARP .- FROM -rue MIDDLE OFAUSUST To TfiS OF TH£ JUST ABOUT THE .65/ CUP yoUiP HAVE I','0/J 36 Of , PUT 6 WEEKS PON'T MAKE A Ho\;'e'.'eK. //·/ THE CAfi'f pLAtie YOU/,'GMGN .833 .600 .600 .571 .571 The United States paid all U s ' i h e i i ravernnr of New York, v.as "loners were drawn up l»st winter public debt in 1835, but a new na- ; killed in a duel at Weehni ken, N. j by a committee of 10 college pres- lional debt was soon created by j J., w i t h Aeron Burr, then vice: 'dents headed by. Dr. John A. war and depression. I president of the United Stales. H a n n a h of Michigan State. The commissioners ye.;terd»y voted to ask ths NCAA to extend Ihe period of time perroitted for off-season football and basketball drills. At present, the NCAA rule says the 20 practice period* for football must end w i t h i n 30 successive days and within 24 days in basketball. The commissioners want the calendar spread for each sport to include six additional d»ys. Hof Springs Teachers May Join Union Hot Springs. Ark.-Wj-A spokes- j man says t h a t Hot Springs' pub] lie school teachers have Indicated they wish to a f f i l i a t e witb ' t b f AFL American Federation of Teachers. Thc number of teachers involved in the unionization move was not disclosed. About 80 members of the Classroom Teachers Association met wth two union o f f i c i a l s Wednesday to dlscusi the limitation. I Camera And Projector i Donated To Hospital Mr. and Mrs. James II. Kays of I F;iyctleville have donated » ml- j rrofiim camera and projector lt l t h e Washington County Hospital Oorge Berryman, hospital a d m i n - istrator, announced today. The camera nnd projector will enable surgeons to record unusual phnses of surgery and treatment for use In case ttudy. Even on the coldest ulnt«r day there is heat In th» air anJ It Ii now possible, by meant of he«t pumpt to extract thli heat anij uii It to warm homes and other 1 bulla- Ings. - 110? III? Mrs. Cfswelf Wilson and Mrs. Bryc{ Curtsiimr. home room rootherf, a$»ls.t«?I by Mrs. L. n. flf'ser, entertained high school j u n i f t r j Thursday nijht with a 'rty at the Legion H u t . Mrs. Lewis Morton who has ,jen a patent ,»t the County Hps- pit«I lofayettevHle sine? last Frl- dfy. !af returned to the home of r)er par*pti, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Helm, where she Is recuperating. Mr-, and . Mrs. Bill Epperson, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Wallnre, have moved to Pine B l u f f , where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. EHo'h Skelton'nav returnee! (r?ro f wtcldinj t r i p to FlerMi. They are t)0'V »t their home An W*st P('rk| Street. Art Cbu6h, who h a j been visitor his K»i)dearerits. Mr. and Mi's. J. C. $»rftett. for- several w««k». h»j retlirijfd to his borne Tulsa, Qkla. Mri. Jeff Sharp, · patient at u(f County Hospital f o r ' t h e last two Vf9(51, wai brought I n ' a Luginbutl f m b u l f n c » Thiirssiny to the home of her' olfc*, Mrs. Ed Phillipj. Thf' v iophomore class sponsored a pie supper at Ihe school lunchroom Friday night, proceeds going to their class project. Ab Villines has bought the resi- dfticf of Calvin Smith. The Smiths have moved to the Crouch f*nj) fouth of Center Point. I . , _ ; _ ·OWL fOR HiALTH Btnton Bowllnr f-nnn: A d r Bill Cromwell Named Grid Coach Of Goblins 1 Harrison, Ark-f/I'i-'P j he;id fnotbnll co-'irh jiFKl basketball conrh ;;t School is V/. n. "1VII" line cnach at Teachers College for thrr-c- He sureeetU ,llm r n f i . i n . recently named henri football coach »t Stale Teachers. S-in-THt V'pnininn Blind' fclurtiriiTM rnil Puckinp Av/nlnci Alumintim Wlnrfn-^i and Door C»5"»f Crr.-mrnl.-l (:on ^fCArAtiefit 'orchji, r«n ;i, ttai'vyt'v* ' GABE COOPER G 4 4 1 Sa. LocUlt To Drnll 330 In Little nork-i/l'i aK^^II/we it/ tl'.j'it-i - i f ?,'.} 21 iir iililor. i drylc-j 01 --.U( (ac* wbll» , . . n«vi[ ririal or cake*, - u n t i l hew Child* 1 Stuv. 'From' i n n n i r i inim,'tne*po|!at!i-' linn of lhe l l n i t e f l Stnin-; inrrensoil from 5,30M»'.i; to 70,9!H,!7S or 1,834.1 per cent. An outstanding Havor--Jiincc' Roman Menl Bread M - l l l - t ; j 1 /j GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Holland Brat. 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