The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 183, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 2, 1939 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY NEWS-TELEGKXM
WCEK OF A SMSffil
(By Jm WoosWy)
The Nelta dub dropped the Ai-
bala nine B to !S 'Tuesday in their
first game of the Northeast Texas
Amateur baseball tourney being
staged here, while the Ridgeway
Hill Billies copped their second vic-
tory of tha meet by blanking the
Banks Tire team of Sulphur Spgs.,
:l to 0.
Two games daily will be played
in the tourney through Sunday and
then on at least two days after that
date, Alton Williams, sponsor, re-
GOING OUT. Now that all of the
Icami participating in the Northeaat
Texas Amateur tourney have played
at leart one game, the turvival of the
fitted ceremony begine to crop up.
Two defeate eliminates a team, and
today a couple of clubs are slated to
drop out of the running. The Car-
nation Red Raiders of Sulphur Spgs.
and the Arbala clubs are billed to
clash in the first game on the card,
with the Etex Teachers of Commerce
and Sodom facing in the closing
event of the day. Observers expect!
the Raiders and Sodom clubs to re-
main in the competition. All four
of the teams playing today have lost
one game each. So, a win keeps
them in, and another loss boots them
in wwt wu u«
...til II was
ports. The double
tem is being used i n- the- to urn y, in
which ten clubs are competing.
The Nelta club garnered only six
hits off Pitcher Wilson of Arbala,
but the base knocks were at oppor-
tune moments. Jack Hargrave, Nel-
ta hurler, limited the Arbala bats-
men to two safe blows.
Score by inning: r r e
Nelia ------ 200 000 030—5 6 4
Arbala ____ 000 001 002—3 2 6
Batteries: Nelta, J. Hargrave and
P. Shrode. Arbala, Wilson and Mil-
Robert Carpenter, the 6 foot 3
inch lefthander who has gained fame
as a basketball star at Etex College,
assumed the mound role for the
Ridgeway Hill Billies Tuesday, and
I limited the Banks team to three hits
I as his teammates collected nine to
I win a 3 to 0 decision. Previously,
I the Banks club had defeated the
I Etex Teachers and the Hill Billies
had dropped Sodom. Baby Ray
I Moore hurled for the Banks club,
I pitching fairly well, but received
FLOOR FURNACES, ROOM
HEATERS, CIRCULATING HEATERS
LEFTIES GOOD. The Ridgeway
1111 Billies, now established as fa-
vorites to cop the tourney, have a
couple of forked arm twirlers who
can pour the horsehide across the I
plate. The Ridgeway nine copped
their first scuffle, 1 to 0, in a seven-
inning no hit, no run game, as re-
corded by the official scorer. Lefty
Bee Rodgers was on the hill to
whiff 17 men while turning in the
feat. The Hill Billies returned to the
diamond Tuesday for their second
bout, and this time they nodded for
Robert Carpenter, tree top lad and
wronghander, to take over the hill.
Bob took over in grand form, hurl-
ing three-hit ball and fanning six
batsmen. The Ridgeway club is now
the only one in the tourney with two
victories notched up.
10c To AH
Fort Worth ..
New York .
Chicago .. -
St. Louis --
10c and 15c
10c and 25c
537 such institutions in Texas, in-
forming them that beginning Aug.
1st the maximum interest rate on
mortgages committed for insurance
by the Federal Housing Administra-
tion on homes will be 4 1-2 percent,
a reduction of 1-2 percent from the
present 5 percent maximum.
At the same time, Jesse Jones,
Federal Loan Administrator, inform-
ed Mr. McDonald that the Federal
National Mortgage Association and
the RFC Mortgage Co. would buy
FHA-insured mortgages at the re-
duced rate at par and accrued in-
terest from lending institutions any-
where in the United States and ter-
ritories and continue the usual al-
lowance for servicing.
In making the announcement, Mr.
Clark aaid, "The reduction in inter-
est rates extends to the home buy-
ing public the benefits of generally
lower interest rates now prevailing
in the money market.”
PROSPECT. Byron Williams, bat-
tie-scarred ex-navy man
played ball around the world and I
with many of the big-leaguers, com-
plimented the Carpenter youth after
his victory Tuesday. ‘‘If someone
would get hold of him,” Byron mus-
ed, “be might go places.” He needs]
to rear back, hoist a legr; and then
come over wifrT hiS pitSfi from way
up there. With ah improved deliv-
ery, Carpenter’s fast overhand ball
would look pretty small to” the lum-
ber yard swingers.
St. Louts __
Brooklyn _ -
New York -
Houston 3, Dallas 1.
Ft. Worth 5, Shreveport 1.
Tulsa 11, Beaumont 1.
Oklahoma City 11, San Antonio
Chiago.4, Philadelphia 1.
Washington 7, St. Louis 5.
Detroit 5, New York 2.
Boston 7, Cleveland 5.
St. Louis 4, Boston 3.
Brooklyn 6, Pittsburgh 3.
New York 5, Cincinnati 4.
Chicago 6, Philadelphia 2.
Drew Brasher of Commerce, o,
Hopkins County boy, came heP
Tuesday and spent a few hours v(
iting a number of his old friemf
them some very anxious boj
that were unable to visit him wht
he was ill.
He spent a while with Eli Ha
grave, then went to see J. O. Hate
ett, then visited Tom Brashear.
We surely enjoyed your vis
Drew, and hope you come agsin.-
Eli Hargrave'. ............
PICK-UPS: Mt. pleasant’s Cub.,
victors ovor Victoria (13 to 0), Wor-
tham (9 to 0), and Sovon-Up (• to
0) and a victim of tbe Houston In-
vestor. (11 to 3), are .lated to ploy
at tha State Semi-Pro tourney eith-
er Thursday or Friday nights, late
reports indicate, . . . Alton Williams,
sponsoring the baseball tourney here,
has been busier than- a one-handad
paper-hanger, hut he's doing a good
Dallas, Texas, Aug. 2.—Interest
rate reductions on home financing
injured by the Federal Housing Ad-
ministration, effective August 1st,
were announced today by State Di-
Hold your sides, everybody—hei
comes Topper again! with his spoo
girl friend hounding him all the wa
from Park Avenue to the Frent
Riviera. Even funnier than “To|J
per,” the picture that rocked tlf
world! See "Topper Takes a Trip,;
at the Mission Wednesday, TharJ
job of directing and pleasing teams
Hie whole giddy crew are up to
rector Wm. H. Clark Jr., after ad-
HOW THEY STAND.
an the moo*. . . . Players who at one
time or another during the past years
performed with the Ramblers par-
new pranks in a picture even fun-
nier than “Topper" which means the
funniest picture ever made. See
Constance Bennett and Roland
Young in “Topper Takes a Trip” at
the Mission Wednesday, Thursday.*
vice from Administrator McDonald
Notices are being sent to more
than 12,000 banks, savings, building
and loan associations, and other pfi-
ticipatlng in the
Leathereye Stewart, Burley Romack,
,Jelly Carpenter, Big Noise Carpen-
vate lending institutions, including
tar, Clisto Blevins, Jack Barrett, Ray
Moore, Jack Hargrave, Charlie Ar-
thur, Cotton McAfeo, Babe Roberts,
Po. Long, Bill LoFan, Jude Shiflett,
Mooney Enlow, Artie Romack, Wade
Bledsoe, Slim Hardy, Muley Junell
and others. . . . And most of the lot
are still ploying pretty good ball. . .
equipment as an inducement to thrift-wise lolk
to, get fixed for winter now and avoid the Fall
lush: Included at summertime savings are floor
iumaces, circulating heaters and room heaters—
all latest models—all improved in efficiency. So
avail yourself of this money-saving opportunity
to provide your family with better heat next
Grady Prim and Mrs. L. F. Brid-1
ges Jr. won the mixed foursome put-
ting tournament at Country Club I
Tuesday night, defeating Dike Moore
and Homer Smith in the finals.
J. R. Haynes teamed with Mar-1
garet Tatom to cop the consolation
Among the teams entered were
Sally Pratt and Mrs. C. L. Moulder,
Grady Prim and 5#rs. L. F. Bridges
Jr., William Henslee and Mrs. J. R.!
Haynes, Ward Gober and Mrs. Sally
Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Alexander,
W. E. Crampton and Mrs. Billy
Jones, jit and Mrs. A. W. Lindley,
Homer Smith and Dike Moore, J. R.
Haynes and Margaret Tatom, L. F.
Bridges and Marcelle Prim, BlUy
Jones and Gretchen Smith and Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Norris.
At the Fair...as at home...
the drink everybody knows
Familiar in everybody’s home town, Coca-Cola is
the familiar refreshment at both Fairs, too. Thirsty
thousands pause to enjoy the refreshing taste they
know like—ice-cold Coca-Cola-”for only
In addition to money-
laving prices, this summer heating sale offer*
the easiest kind of terms with only small down
payment. If you wish, you can start the easy
monthly payments in October. Investigate now!
SULPHUR SPRINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., Inc
Natural Gas Ca
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Bagwell, J. S. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 183, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 2, 1939, newspaper, August 2, 1939; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth826293/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.