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Camden News (Newspaper) - June 03, 1940, Camden, ArkansasThe. Campy ngw8. Cam1?. Arka Msall those who sing we thank the lord for those who sing a ii Volm with pen with Horn a with Tringl a who lift Brave Heads above the throng an pour their hearts in grateful song my often sorrow a bitter sting Blemings lord on those who sing a a Grace Speer Flickinger. Pass the roses to the living complaint ii and criticism usually Are pleated to the skies especially about the police and peace of liners so when an outsider voluntarily commends the officers of writing and takes time off to mail it its Worth n mention. Your correspondent has just received a letter from a Salesman w. T. Browne of fort Smith commending the a a Law Here. To-4ay we pass the letter on to you to teens and to the officers. Here it is dear sir i want to take this Opportunity of thanking your City and county through your paper for the very efficient policy Force and peace offices. I might also add very courteous and polite. Some two ago while in your City i retired to the hotel leaving the window of my car on the Side about one and half Down from the top. Taking in with me my overnight Case and in the morning i found my car broken in to and my grip stolen. 1 called the police and in turn the chief contacted or. Homer Sims who immediately came Down and took two fingerprints from the Glass. In a weeks time i a again in Possession of my grip. Thanks again chief or. Sims and your City. S7>\a/�ajs As is Aalst a /g�2q>c legs All Kil Liis i Stuj by tile Ai Fri blurt by View sport slam its by mrs Hais to Tea waterfront Leader named for girl scouts letters like that can to be bought for Money nor anything else Short of real service. That travelling Quot ked sox socket a Ihan will always have a Bright j Jimmy Long been spot in his heart for Camden making life for a and he will spread the glad tid a ii rican league haulers and in Ings around wherever he goes i this season his fifteenth in the those men never forget big show is Sluja Inifi no Dispo-1 Nicks senior life and done to mind telling the world toward easme up on then. A about it. The same goes for at the current rate the big. Charge of the unkindness and discourtesy. They item sox first Bas Etnan is div Pio Giam at tie girl 1 will spread that kind of word ing in Luns lit get kinds a Fogt it scout Camp around too. So you see our City Chance of Inspru in it on uie run. Hawks will be assisted by through officers doing a Good Job batted in Renji i of 18. Whip h Culline Lide and miss has won Iri fore in Fields. Geh Rifi set up As an Ximei ican a or in it Ann Cathey two of league Standard in i Kil in Daug Luers who Wilson a National Leai be record Nrown up in scouting of 19 1 May l c Dispi iced As the ,�1. To i l be the red scouts in courses of Junior and senior life savings and teach beating to the advanced swimmers. Camden is indeed fortunate to be Able to pick from her midst three Well trained swimmers who Are willing to give time and Talent to her youth. Hod Bre wins 6 to 4 from Camden on so dig Hodge la., Defeated the Southern craftsmen 6 to 4 in a hard fought ouachita Valley league game at Hod a sunday afternoon. Scoring five runs in the third enabled Hodge to Hose out the rafters. Camden came Back in the fourth and a scored three time when red Robinson homered with two mates on. Camden scored another in the eighth while Hodge a Jot one More in the seventh. On wednesday night Camden plays the Crossett Millers at Cros sett. Craftsmen officials announced monday that red Hickey University of Arkansas football and basketball Star ibid Captain elect. Of the 1940 porkers will join the locals monday june 10. He played with Crossett last year. He is an infielder. Tige Carroll hurler for Arkansas College at Batesville will also join the local team soon. Pete Creed started the game for the rafters and did Well until the third when three walks three hits and an error accounted for Fie runs. Jack Hodge succeeded him in the fourth and allowed but four hits and one run the rest of the Way looking Good. The last Hodge tally came in the 7th. In the third Robinson lifted one out of the Park Clearing the left Center Fence with his drive. Wells and Gaddy who had singled scored ahead of him. Then in the 8th a walk and error and a single by Stinebiser scored the last Camden tally. This was by far the Best game played by the locals on the Road this season and but for an untimely decision that Hurt the locals chances the rafters might have nosed out Hodge. Box store. S we add our to the officers too and say to them that it is work like this that makes Cam league m in if a a doubt. A Quot Cha Ninci advanced Balli card Ann doubleheaders set for this week Here Den a better Jive. Place in we Iii to Walter eighth and final week of the first half a schedule of the Cam does not i t up. For eleven sue a a Lily in the ranks of scout and Cessac seasons. Foxx has Drien swimmer As her Aie would per a a r in i k or More . Only out becoming a Junior life Saver 1softball league starts Mon Best Story of the year As re a Hin with a Sti ,.kht. Has an i at the age of in years. She has i because be veil postponed Winchell s i Linini in depart i completed a course for Ginnes must be played extra time in it. Water safety supervisors Given on one of his record breaking Ivy the red Cross at the univer sprees , hit Lionie in uns will sity of Missouri tile bases Load d on two Days in miss Inthey is trained in Jun Succi Sion to tie a Mark set up ii and senior life saving and by babe Hutli and later equalled has Taii it swimming in the band i by Hill Dickey to Lvi Yankees hard Camj at Monticello where she Liitt ing cat chit. Will a Pend a period of time later i last season Foxx was Ham Ltd i on in the summer. Red v sinus Tui ii and an Ani Tiesi you ii. Ladies Are first Aid i Noy Iii appendix yet he mansfied j experts my will instruct girl i to Pound out h 8 hits in the 124 Gauss lie played Lor an a a a Tage i of i 0. He Iii homers to top did not seem to affect his Bat his league in that department. Ting. Two of the longest Home the old sinus ailment caught runs he hit in tie South one up with him again in training of 4g0 Leet and another 402 meet i Camp this Spring and for a Sidell a were poled out while he was was forced to Wear Glas wearing cheaters ses. I his precaution Allor Delhi Jiining won the Indi dual Bat eyes the rest thu a needed and can league in 193, i for the ath Ting championship of the Ameri a a a Fetics and in 1938 repeated tiie local merchant called it ritual. The Only answer they know sox. He May not it again then on Friday fair Way plays bullets and More Iju lets. Let this year but the Batter who blanches in 2 games both Post i stay out Itiat rebuilding does very Likely Wil find that Pond contests the first from Tuff this time. Foxx is the Man he must boat. May and the last from May 27. Played Frum column Rourke Maccormack relays the one about the nazi and the human being who Weie discussing the situation. The human being pointed out that the German Advance was causing Hitler terrific loss. He also stressed the German internal situation stating that the shortage of food and fuel wore Felt severely. The nazi Pooli poohed the shortage talk Labelling it Allied propaganda. A it has been greatly exaggerated a he bellowed Quot can you name one really important material in which Germany is Short Quot yes Quot was la reply . Will be needed. However a number of doubleheaders will be played this week starting monday and these four inning games will help Clear the slate. Managers and players Are urged to note these games and be ready to play when scheduled so As to help Speed the program. On monday or. Pepper and 77 will play two games one the regular game and the other the tie game of april 29. On i tuesday fair Way meets laundry in one game. Wednesday palmers meets Blanche. On thursday 77 and palmers will play a doubleheader both postponed games. The first the game from april 18 and the second from May 23. Then a this writer and told him what a Good Job boy scouts under supervision of chief Lamb and the police did saturday on help Quot ing Farmers and out of town folks Park on the vacant lots set aside for parking off Adams Street in the downtown area. the Good word around now he said. Quot too often we cuss and Chi Plain but Seldom do we so we hand the to the cops for that too. Camden. A r h e Bush is. 3 0 1 0 Stinebiser of. 0 0 1 0 Currie if. 4 1 0 0 Rushing 3b. 4 0 1 1 Wells la. 4 1 2 0 Gaddy of. 4 1 1 0 Robinson c. 4 1 1 0 Haynie 2b. 4 0 0 0 Creed p., 2b. 4 0 0 0 Hodge 2 0 1 0 totals _______37 4 8 1 Hodge a r h e Hammond is. 3 1 1 1 Ray of. 3 2 2 0 Baragona 3b. 4 1 1 0 Nix if. 4 1 2 0 Finton la. 2 0 2 0 Anastasia of. 4 0 0 0 Labue. 2b. _ 2 0 0 1 Callander c. 4 0 1 0 Stegman 3 1 0 0 totals 29 a 92 is standings Southern association. Team. W. L. Pet Nashville 30 14 .682 Memphis 26 18 .591 Atlanta _ 27 22 .551 Chattanooga 22 24 .478 Little Rock _ _ 21 26 .447 Birmingham 20 25 .444 Knoxville 19 27 .413 new Orleans 20 29 .408 yesterday s a. Memphis 2-2, Little Rock 1-1. Atlanta 5-1, Chattanooga 0-5. Nashville 10-3, Knoxville 4-5. New Orleans 6-4, Birmingham 5-2. Gaines today. Little Rock at new Orleans. Memphis at Birmingham. National league. To Bragg Lake several Hundred at Park for open season team. W. I. Pet Cincinnati 27 11 .711 Brooklyn 23 11 .676 new York _ 23 13 .606 Chicago _ _ _ 19 21 .475 Philadelphia _ _ _ 14 19 .424 St. Louis 14 22 .389 Boston 12 20 .375 Pittsburgh 10 22 .313 several Hundred anglers were out on Lake at Gaughan memorial Park Early monday morning As the open season started this ouachita county recreational Park. One local sportsman said there were Quot More than 1,000 persons fishing on the Lake. Reports of Large catches were made with several anglers taking the limit in a few hours. However anglers report Catfish As striking a everything Quot and Perch and Bream were also taken but it seems Catfish were predominating. This is the first time this Lake has been opened since january when it was opened for one week. Many anglers came from other sections of the state and a number registered from out of state. Today in history president Jefferson Davis of the confederacy was born on june 3, 1808. Crossett Defeated by Spring Hill 6-4 the Crossett Millers were Defeated by the Springhill la., team 6 to 4 in a ouachita Valley league a iame at Springhill sunday. Miller hurled for Springhill act Payne caught while Pride and Stuckey were the Crossett hurlers and Moore did the catching. Summer is difficult time for children yesterdays results. New York 1-7, Pittsburgh 2-3. Boston 1-2, Cincinnati 11-0. Brooklyn 3-2, Chicago 2-1. Philadelphia 4-2, St. Louis 2-9. Games today. New York at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Chicago. Boston at Cincinnati. American league. Team. W. L. Pc Boston 24 11 .686 Cleveland 24 15 .615 Detroit 22 15 .595 new York 20 18 .526 Chicago 17 23 .425 Philadelphia 15 22 .405 Washington 16 24 .400 St Louis 14 24 .368 then Winchell tells this one an old millionaire who was about to die had decided to give his old Home town a Library for posterity. I he townspeople asked instead that he give them an inti aircraft Battery a i it in next year. Methinks the town folks have got something there. Just read a piece the other Day about that Beautiful Louvain Library that the germans destroyed in the world War no. 1 which Vas rebuilt at the Cost of Many million most of which were donated try the Arneri cans been destroyed a second time. Why Inck on a Library Well it is in ashes again and let us not Send any any More Money Over there to rebuild it. Let us help relieve the suffering of the women and children and help All we can but in is flagship reported lost authorized sources said saturday at apr Tottosi Lilvie Lin that the battleship Nelson above had been sunk. The Nelson is flagship of the 1 wiiin1�?o v5 ers who tear Down and destroy Home Fleet. Summer is usually a critical time for Small children and the mothers who wish to keep the Little ones Happy and healthy during the hot weather will pay particular attention to their diet says miss Eloise Stanford county Home demonstration agent. The amount of food should be regulated by the activity of the child says miss Gertrude e. Co Nant of the University of Arkansas College of agriculture but the diet of the average two year old should follow the following pattern. He should have two ounces of fruit juice every Day Well cooked Cereal twice a Day three cups of milk one egg one starchy vegetable one to three Tablespoons of cooked Green vegetables like spinach kale carrots string Beans or Green peas and strained cooked fruit. Desserts should be simple such As i baked custard Cereal puddings or Gelatin desserts. Until the child has All of his first set of Teeth he should not be Given raw fruit or vegetables. In preparing vegetables for the children select Only Young tender ones. Wash them thoroughly add a Small amount of water Cook from six to eight minutes or until tender then rub through a coarse wire Sieve. These vegetable purees i is Conant says Are Rich in Iron Calcium and other minerals Are valuable for their Vitamin Content and also furnish bulk to Correct or prevent constipation. The Wehili i Jjo less a it to be an Emic pulp and liquor Mim Conant Tayi. Yesterday la results. Chicago 6-8, Boston 0-10. Cleveland 7-6, Philadelphia 2-12. St. Louis 4-1, new York 13-11, Detroit 8, Washington 6. Games today. Cleveland at Philadelphia. Detroit at . St. Louis at new York. Chicago at Boston. Masonic notice communication Camden Lodge no. 11, f. Amp a. M. Will be held it 8 M. Monday m. M. Degree. All masons in Good standing fraternally invited. Masonic Hall East Washington Street. Howard stiers w. M. A Many were caught. Bass White Elix m. Bivens Secretary. Hillcrest Day amp night service steaks sandwiches drinks Texaco Gas amp Oil night school monday a tuesday a wednesday a 7 to 9 of clock Public speaking salesmanship shorthand typing business English spelling penmanship bookkeeping calculator. Foster business school first National Bank building Brown bombers win from Little Rock the Brown bombers Camden negro baseball team Defeated Little Rock sunday 8 to 7. Tie bombers Haven to lost a game this season. On Friday night they play the Waldo Black sox at Cullen Dale Park. In i tam sri Ninfia a the Coci Coli bottling co. Keld Rifo avs la St a. M. For alterations and repair work phone 46 for mrs. S. E. Rider or j. L. Short tailor City steam laundry station no. 1 a Imp from Pott of Floi m inks 2-oz. A 3-oz.�?4-oz. Pints a quarts Loe a so red a Black a Blute Black a Oreen Violet a Brown a Midnight Blue tubes and jars ounces a pints a quarts 10� id a .25 Camden printing amp stationery shop operated in Camden news Ali no 420�? 421
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