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January 12, 1955

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THE CORSICANA, (TEXAS) DAILY SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1958 THRfciS HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 12 (INS)— Now it's Warner Brothers about to be exposed to our gal Shelley Winters who, today, was signed for "The Jagged Edge" on this lot opposite Jack Palancc. Maybe I shouldn't kid about Shelley's explosiveness considering that she is very calmed down these days and is most reserved— for her, In this original by W. R. Bu'r- nett which Willis Goldbeck will produce and Stuart Heisler direct, Shelley plays a lady on the shady side of the law who meets up with i an equally unscrupulous gentleman against a background of the High Sierras. * * * While Dewey Martin was in Washington 'he saw his cousin Ross Bass sworn in as congressman from Tennessee. He sayi he T was the only Hollywooclian seated on the floor of the chambers of the House of Representatives luring President Eisenhower's famous State of the Union message. "Just think," said Dewey, "after the speech I shook hands with the President, and he told me to carry greetings to all of his friends in Hollywood." « * * I don't know how many of you remember Carol Dempster. She was at the height of her success as a David Wark Griffith star when she met Edwin Larson, rich Dal las oil man. At Lily Pons party Carol lokl me that Lily tried to buy her house. "We didn't want to sell," she said, "so she bought right next door to us. We have a house in Westport, Connecticut, and Lily lives only five miles from us." I would never have known Carol. She is very blonde now and as I remember her she had darker hair. She followed Lillian Gish in Griffith's roster of feminine stars. but she never went as far as Lillian. Few actresses have. * * * I went to Palm Springs ovei the weekend and picked up a lot of news. At the fashion luncheon at the El Mirador I met the widow of the beloved Frank Morgan. Alma tells me she is marrying y- W.erner Till, Czechoslovakian phlU " osopher and graduate of a Berlin University. "We haven't set our date," said Alma, "it may not be .too soon. But I am lonesome and I miss Frank, and Werner is a wonderful companion." * # * The Richard Fleischer you've heard so much about as the director of "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" is the son of Max Fleischer, who created "Out of the Inkwell," "Betty Boop" and "Popeye." Now, Richard is directing "Violent Saturday" for 20th Century- Fox, and soon he will form his own company to be i 1 called, Nautilus Productions, for whiph :he will produce nnd direct. The coin- pany is'named after the submarine in the fabulous Julea Verne story which Richard directed for Walt Disney. * * • Snapshots of Hollywood collected at Random: Eddie Fisher planes back in time to escort Debbie Reynolds to the Friars testimonial dinner honoring George Burns and Gracie Allen Jan. 23. Just heard that Marilyn Maxwell's ex, John Conte, married Ruth Harris, head of a Charm school chain, just about the time Marilyn married writer Jerry Daf vis. Had forgotten that Marilyn Monroe's attorney, Frank Delaney, is the father of Virginia Leigh, whose coming out party I attended in New York. Marlon Brando has sessions several times a week with Tito Rodriguez and his Latin band, at New York's Palladium. The girlfriend, Josiannc, tags along to watch him work. Ida Lupino Is so well since she reconciled with Howard Duff that she has cancelled the surgery she was going to have. The El Mirador hotel in Palm Springs went •11 out to make the Golden Nug- jrct Ball, given, each year by the Jimmy McHugh polio foundation, R huge success. Composer McHugh organized the foundation in honor of his mother and has given a number of respirators to the hospitals. This 5 ' e ,?£ 5, ncw SToup was included with Dr. Hugo Kersten's Cancer Clinic sharing in the proceeds. That's all today. DALLAS BANKS MERGE DAILLAS—(.£>)—Merger of the Oak Lawn National Bank and the Industrial National completed Tuesday. Bank was Sun Wants Ads Bring Results. Acid Stomach? Get TUNIS Quick! Top-speed relief for gas, heartburn, acid indigestion. TUMS rot THI TUMMY Green's Shoe Shop TWO LOCATIONS FOR fOOB CONVENIENCE— 31? NORTH BEATON ST. 115 NORTH MAIN ST. EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING! WE DO- Hemstitching, Make Belts, Button Holes, Buckles, »nd Buttons. REASONABLE PRICES! Alto Complete Line of Notions •nd Advance Patterns! Quick Service On Your Sewing Needs! Singer Sewing Machine Co. 125 (Vest Collcn Street. PHONE 3-3051 BARKLEY, GETS HIS OLD COMMITTEE JOBS—Sen. Albon Barkley (D-Ky ) porches on a table just off the Senate floor in Washington talking with a reporter after liis Democrat colleagues restored him to the t'v/o top comiuiltoe jobs he held formerly—foreign relations and finance. The reporter is John A. Grimes of the Wall Street Journal. (AP Wirephoto) CALENDAR OF EVENTS Thursday, January 13th 3:00 o'clock P. M.—The Fini Arts Club will meet at Kinsloe House with Mrs. John Remonte in charge of a program of "Favorite Waltzes " 3:30 o'clock P. M.—The Twntmth Century Club will meet at Kinsloe House with Mrs. R. W. Knight a,s hostess and Miss Augusta Helm as reviewer. 3:30 o'clock P M.—Th«. Nineteenth Century Club will meet at the home of Mrs. W. C. Si.toube with Mrs. Stroube and Mrs. John Wheelock in charge of the program. 6:30 o'clock P. M.—Dr. Ge.'-alc Wenclt. nationally known authority on science, will be thr leatured speaker at the Knife and Fork Club . dinner 8:00 o'clock P M — Tht Junior High School Music department will present a varirty-typc program, "Our Teens On Television," in the school auditorium under the direction of Mrs. Mary Nell Gladney. 9:00 o'clock A. M.—The Camp Fire Leaders' Association will meet at Kinsloe House with Mrs. E. W. Lee presiding. Frirtaj, January 14th 6:30 o'clock P M —The annual Chamber of Commerce, banquet will be held in the Cordicana High cafeteria, J. Dave Walker, president, will emcee. 1:00 o'clock P. M.- Kinsloe Huuse Saturday, January 15th -Corficana's first Bach Festival be held at Monday. January 17th 3:30 o'clock P. M.—A rcsumt of the year's work will be given at the meeting pf the Woman's Council of Westminster Presbyterian Church. 3:00 o'clock P. M.—Mrs. W. M. Forester, pueat reviewer, will pro- sent "Seven Steeples by Margaret K. Henrichsen for the meeting of the First Methodist WSCS in the sanctuary. 3:30 o'clock P. M.—Group III of the Christian Women's Fellowship will meet in the home of Mrs. C. L. Gourley, 1440 Elmwood .1. a van life. , 77:30 o'clock. P M.—Tt'e Cnristian Guild will meet in the home of Miss Corlnne McClurc. 1909 West Fifth avenue. Tuesday, January ]8th 10:00 o'clock A. M.—Sam Houston PTA will meet in executive session with Mrs. W H Grubbs presiding. 12:30 o'clock P. M.—T!,e Pan-American Round Table will meet jn program-luncheon at Kinsloe House. Wednesday, January 19th 10:45 o'clock A. M.—The directors of Kinsloe House will meet in regular session in the Dorothy Drane Room. 3:30 o'clock P. M.—Mrs. Allen Edens, Jr., will be the featured reviewer at the regular meeting of the Psychology Club at Kin- aloe House. S:30 o'clock P. M.—Thi> Study Club will meet in regular session nt Kinsloe House with Mrs. L. E. Kelton, Jr., and Miss Elizabeth Keltou in charge of the program. Thuisdii.v, January 30th 12:00 o'clock Noon—The Literary Club will meet in program-luncheon session at Kinsloe House with Mmes, Fred DuBosc, Matt Dawson and Dave Boswell in charge of the program. 7:30 o'clock P. M.—Alpha Kho Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, will meet in program session at Kinsloe House with Mrs. Ben Griffin, Mrs. A. J. Snld'r and Miss Eula Lockwood as chairmen. 7:30 o'clock P. M.—Eta Alpha chafer, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet at Kinsloe House. Miss Ruth Park and Mrs. Leonard Moore will be in charge of the program. The theme will be "Let's Talk on Radio and over Television." 7:30 o'clock P. M.—Radio and Television requirements for the speaking will be discussed by Miss Ruth Park and Mrs. Leonard Moore at the meeting: of Eta Alpha chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, at Kinsloc House. Tuesday, January 25th 3:15 o'clock P. M.—Davui Ralston will be the speaker for the meeting of James Bnwie PTA Mrs. Jack Strele will be leader for the program, observing the theme, "We, the People, Establish Justice." Mrs. Clifford Brown will preside. 3:15 o'clock P. M -Di. Will Miller will be speaker and Mrs. E. W. Willis, leader, for the meeting of the Sam Houston PTA. "We, the People, Promote the General Welfare through Public Health" will be the program theme. Mrs. W. H. Grubbs will preside. Tuesday. February 1st 3:15 o'clock P. M.—Robert E Lee PTA will have a Civil Defense program with Mrs. Jane Gay Stephens serving as leader and Wayne Geigcr presentinf an appropriate film. Wednesday. February 2nd 12:30 o'clock P. M.—The annual Talent Luncheon will be held at Kinsloe and members of all affiliated clubs will be privileged to make reaervahons. Monday, February 7th 6:30 o'clock P. M.-^rThe annual Blue and Gold dinner for Cub Scouts and their parents will bo held In the armory, across from Navarro Junior Collcg'. A program of entertainment, featuring Dr. H. A. Jungerman, magician, will follow the covered-dish •upper. Thursday, February 10th 2:00 o'clock P. M —Corsinana Council of Parents and Teachers will meet at the Jomes Bowie School with Mrs. J. W. Hall presiding. The Rev. J \V. McKinncy, minister of First Christian Church, will spe«-Jt. CORSICANA DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. Accessory SALES bags • • gloves - - jewelry belts - - toiletries Bag Clearance Special assortment of suedes, calfskins, novelties. OFF Special assortment of fine calfskins and fabrics. Glove Clearance Special assortment of leather-tailored fabrics and leathers. 1.50 wool gloves, 1.00 Jewelry Large selection of necklaces, bracelets, car clips. Included are handsome French import pieces. Price Price Toiletries, Stationery One of a kind items nice for gifts, for your own use. / 2 Price Robes, Coffee Coats SALE A group of quilts in cottons, rayons and nylons — mostly dress length. Other robe reductions: Were 5.95, 8.95, 12.95 to 22.95 Now 3.98, 5.98, 7.98 to 14.98 Price White Sale Specials! 81x99 72x108 81x108 42x36 72x108 31x108 Spring Knight muslin sheets, 1.89 flat or fitted muslin sheets, 1.89 flat or fitted muslin sheets, 2.09 muslin pillow cases, 39c flat or fitted percale sheets, 2.29 flat or fitted percale sheets, 2.59 i percale pillow cases, 59c Big Size 24 X 44 Martex Towels With dacron selvedge Luxuriously large and thick. Selvedge re-inforced with dacron. Pink, nile green, light blue, grey, azalea, white, brown, spruce green. Guest size, 59c Wash cloth, 29c J.MDyer Co: drastic closeout prices! SALE Cocktail, dinner and party dresses Peau de sole, laces, latins, paper taffetas and failles. J2.95 dresses 5.00 14.95 dresses 7.00 J7.95 dresses 8.00 22.95 dresses 10.00 25.00 dresses 12.00 29.50 dresses 14.00 39.50 dresses 18.00 49.50 dresses 23.00 69.50 dresses 29.00 Save deeply in Dyer's SALE tailored, dressy, casual and spectator dresses 8.95 and 9.95 dresses 4.00 8.95 and J0.95 dresses 5.00 J0.95 to 14.95 dresses 6.00 14.95 to 77.95 dresses 8.00 17.95 to 22.95 dresses 9.00 22.95 to 29.50 dresses 12.00 29.50 to 39.50 dresses 17.00 35.00 to 49.50 dresses 20.00 49.50 to 69.50 dresses ...... 27.00 59.50 to 79.50 dresses 35.00 79.50 to 98.50 dresses 39.00 98.50 to 1 15.00 dresses 49.00 Winter Coats at these reductions Were 35.00 to 135.00 Now 22.75 to 79.75 Lingerie, bras and girdles reduced! Choice selection of famous name garments at savings of one third to one half. Sport Shop SALES Skirts Flannels, gabs, tweeds, taffetas. Were 5.95 to 17.95 Now 3.75 to 12.75 Sweaters Cardigans, slipovers, shrugs Were 3.95 to 29.5O Now 2.98 to 19.98 Blouses CJrepes, cottons, wool jersieg Were 3.95 to 17.95 Now 2.98 to 12.98 Jackets •Juedes, capeskins, svool flannels. Weskits Wool flannels and velveteens. Price y Price IttDyer Co.