The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 17, 1940
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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS CHURCH NEWS Social Calendar ! MONDAY'S KVENTS . Woman's Division for Christian • Service, Lake ' Street Methodist : church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. • '; Circle One, Woman's society of Christian-Service, First Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. M. O. Usrey; Circle Two, Mrs. Harry. W.. Hnincs; Circle Three, Mrs. C, . A. Cunningham; Circle Four, Mrs. Dan Dunkln. .Woman's Missionary society, Second Baptist church, meeting 2:00 o'elook with Mrs. Ovle Jackson. •Woman's Auxiliary, St. Stephen's Episcopal church, meeting 2:3ft o'clock with Mrs. O. O. Hardaway. ;.Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs;-Russell Barham. 'jWpman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Auxiliary, First prcslty- -tcrlan church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrc. Don Smith entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. • Airs. T. W. Jeffries entertaining City Contract club. Double O club meeting with Miss Patty Shane. Mrs. W. c. HigBinson having Tuesday club. Mrs. Elton W. Kirby entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. Tuesday Contract club meeting with Mrs. John F. Rclnmillcr. Mrs. L. E. Baker having Thursday Bridge club. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch entertaining Tuesday Night Supper cliib. Ladies' Aid, Temple Israel, sponsoring benefit book review, eight o'clock, nt the Temple. Past Patrons and Past Matrons .of Order of Eastern star meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. L. M. Bur nelte. Lions club having "ladies night' 1 at Hotel Noble. , WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Bt-MonUily Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. T. K, Mahan. Mrs. .Tommle Tiplon entertaining' ADC Bridge club. Town, and Country club meeting with Mrs. J. W. Parker. ' Mrs. w. H. Minyard having Wednesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS " Miss Jeanne Harrison and Miss Louise Dobyns entertaining for Miss Thelmn Worthington nt bridge shower, eight: o'clock at Harrison home. ) Mrs. G. G. Caudill having Thursday Contract club. ' Double flour clitb meeting n'ltlf Mrs. Raymond Smith. Mrs. Roscoe Crnfton entertaining Delta Contract club nnd Thursday Afternoon dub. Mrs. John Fnulkner having Thursday Dessert club. Thursday Luncheon club mcetin« with Mrs. R. F. Kiishner. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entertaining Mld-Week Bridge club. PHIDAY'3 EVENTS Mrs. W. p. McOlurkin entertaining Friday Bridge club. ' Yes, Shiri^-It's Chic To Compliment Bride-Elect At Bridge Shower"Thursday Another in the series of parties being given for Miss Thclnm Wor- Uiington, brlde r elect, will be a bridge shower Thursday when Miss Jeanne Harrison and Miss Louise Dobyns will entertain at the Harrison home. Miss Worthington is to become the bride of Herinon Carlton Monday, March l, in a cercmonv to be solemnized at the First, prcVov- tcrian church. * Club H.TS Guesl. When Mrs. Louis Applebnum cn- the Thursday Afternoon !>8rly at her home her club with Thursday, she' also had as guest, Mrs. niley B. jon c ;. A dessert course with coffee was served at the conclusion ol the - ISItAIiL ,„ „ „ , , i Herman Pollack, rnbbi i 1. U. n. duo last night when it j I:3 ° " m - Sunday school will was entertained at the home ol " lcct - Pftrts for Ihe annual Purlin June Martin. program will he assigned | Nell Dickinson, Mary Gray. y P- m - Services. "Racial under- ,1-ranccs Sue Bright and Amelm sliuKjl "K" will be (lie llieine of the itaiiba met for the first time w m, l service this week nnd the follow- j the group as members. i lux in observance of Washinglon's Games followed the business tes-! '*"'"i<lny- Sermon loj)ic for sun- .sioii. Hefreshments were served I *'>'•' " Tllc Bus's of nuclal Con] before the meeting was adjourned. I M<*." ' ' • | Kvcryonc Ls welcome to attend. 2 : rin£in, v, r''"' <ri - «='-' -'" ; '" : " st^-2»s?= £"*'-"•- (,l</lll ,111,1 ...... r«.._,l_ .. . ° llllu. Sunday school, 10:45 a.m. Tlic Lutheran Hour over Mutual network. Try KLCN nl 3:30 anc WHEC at 4 p.m. Tune in and write in for your free cross. Lenten nietlUn lions Wednesday 'J p.m. over KLCN. Midweek Lenten service Wednesday 1:30 (j.m. Sermon subject "The Religious Formalist." Advanced ranfh'malion cln-j> meets Sunday 2:15 p.m. Tuesda\ , ami Tlini'sday 3:45 p.m. Young people meet. Sunday p.m. A cordlul welcome to all. Hear Ihc message of Christ Crucified at our icrviccs. FIRST UAI'TIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Alfi-cd Cai'iicnlcr, pastor Sunday: 9,-,'iO, Bible school. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship. Sermon, Rev. Edgar Williamson, Lilllc Hock. 8:30 p.m. Training Union. 7:30 p.m. Evening services. Seimon, Rev. Edgar Williamson. Wednesday: 1:00 p.m. Departmental meetings 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week services. 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. Baptist Chapel, Lilly Klrtcl 0:30 a.m. Sunday school. Smart As The Day is Long •*•"-«>, J.;nr r ~~ ~»m»ii . SATURDAY, FEMUAKY 17, 1SMO A shirred jacket of bright red silk velvet Is worn with a HaUer!n s ly- .iet black evening skirt. June Bryan models the ensemble. full James in which Mrs. Chnrlcs Crigger Jr.. received high score prize. Is Gursl of Cluli. Mrs. Harry Kirby was a Buesl of ,Mrs. Ross D.r Hughes Thursday when she entertained mcnlbevs nl the Thursday Luncheon ' club with n bridge party at her home. Spring (lowers decorated Uie center p.r.\tlje .lunchegn table lit which tli'e 'guests-Verc served. ,-jMj'fi. Everclt. B. Gcft was high iiml'Mrs. A. G. Homer, 'nines. score prize in the Masic Chili Hears Folli MiLsic rroj[i-,im A program on American Folk music wns presented by students of the junior high school music classes iintlrr the direction of Miss Mary Emma Hood yesterday afternoon for members of the music department of the Woman's club. The club project for the year is , . , - 'J ' ,,•*'.» WUI tight nnd one fourth pounds "h-is not yet been named. Mrs. Bennett is Ihc former Miss Eslra L|V|JIJ>- ston of this city. ' *• Bits of News Mostly Personals Maurice Beard, of Memphis is spending Ihe week end here win his parents, Mr, and Mrs, N. A. Heard. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Johnson arc .spending the week end hi Cabot. Ark., with Mr. Johnson's mother, Mrs. L. n. Johnson. They were accompanied as far as Little ' Rock by Eloisc McGoniglc, who will remain there for nil Indefinite vlsii with friends, Marcus FieU, of Jouesboro, attended lo business here yesterday. Among the Joiner people here (or DIE Jolner-Dlylliovllle basketball game last night were Mrs. J. A. I'uckclt and daughter, Mary Faith, ami Mrs. Ralph Bowden. Alias Anita Faye Beck went id TuscaJoosn. Ala.. Thursday to be the guest of Hurold Roscnthal for the mid-term dances at the school Mr. Roscnthal Is a student, at the University of Alabama.. Miss Beck is cxpei'trd to return Tuesday. Or. and Mrs. P. L. Husbands have spent Ihe past week, in Memphis where they attended sessions of the Mid-South Post Graduate Medical Assembly. Yesterday, they were the guests ol Dr. and Mia. W. P. Gray in Mason, Tenn. Mrs. W. A. Pouncey, who has wen seriously ill at the home of Mrs. Virgil Williams on Dougan avenue, his been moved lo her home at 107 West Davis street. Slit is improving. Little, second hijjh ihe pmchiismi; of an electric ph'ono- i Child Accident Victim /.,. Has Developed Pneumonia In the games which lol Is Hostess (o Club Mrs. II. F. Kclsey Jr. \v,is hostess to members of the Friday Bridge club nnd four guests at a party at her home yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Don Smith, Mrs. EdJio Hcgouokl, Mrs. Dixie Crawford ami Mrs. ,1. J. Swing played cuds with tile club members. Refreshments were served after ihe games in which Mrs. Smith was high .scorer and Mrs. O. O. Hardaway, second hifih. Club Has Tarty Members of Ihc Thursday Dessert club were entertained at a eor»e Washington parly given Thursday by Mrs. Richard Dlck- nsou at her home. Mrs. Paul Buckley, of Memphis. Jouseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl iuckley, was a lea guest. The Washington inolit was car- led out in the dessert course ol cherry (arts topped with whipped ream on which were arranged hairnets, find (glassware was used on the tables for v,hH'h ihe rteco- lations were in the patriotic colors. jvaph for Miss Hood's classes. Mrs. Henkcrt Wctenkamp, president of the group, appointed Mrs. Ralph Bci'iyinnn chairman of the project committee and Mrs. C. O. Redman, Mrs. George M. Lee and Mrs. Kendall Berry tu work with her. Harry Ray Brooks was chairman of (lie students' program which „„ was opened with an Indian dance,! Proving when the was stricken will) "Old Dakota Melody". Appearing in | pneumonia. She «m returned to this number were Mary Gray, Hutli 1 ihe hospital last night Saliba, Rellllla Cribbs, Amelia '"' Lillibclh DaiTctl, six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Gnrretl. who received a head Injury and internal injuries when struck by a car Jan. R, has developed pneumonia. Removed from Walls hospital to i-her home several days ago. her ! condition was believed to be Im- , Snliba. Mary Louise Gentry, char- lenc Pnnter and Autranel Lambert. "Ch, Lord I Want" and "Were You There" were Included in the negro spiritual group. The following .sti.'denls presented this group: Frances Sup lii-iglit, Eva Mick. Roberto run-man, Irene Fitzgerald. Hchnn Johnson, Jan (: Castllo. Mary Moslcy, Adeline Lee, Imogcnc Moore. Ann Dccn. Ten sludents liicn presented a dance to "Oh. Susanna." They wero .loo Evelyn Dlslngev, Maruaret. Johns. Mary Lou Lovelace, Willie Mne Dell. Jnnc McLcod, Jimmy Hudson. Hugh Alkins, Fulton the FLAPPER FANNY - COr».l«o BrBM s«viCt.lvc. T.M.BCG.U.S.MT.OI., By Sylvia -. ,..._ ^^jors ---.^ •• V.I.IL ,„ uiny uuy , \\inm •Mrs. B. p. Hroxdon Jr. received 1 w:1 - s foll "«'''d \ril!i a cowboy dance the high score prize and Mrs. Jess to "'- ra Uicr Hrceehes". Dancers In this number were as follows: Max- inc Evans. Dorothy Crawford. Joan Romboloski. Mamie Young, Lnlhcr Wimuorly, Raymond Kiuncl, Elvis I Robinson, Jessie Lucy. The accom- 1 panisi. was Ann neon and Ihc rnller. Irene Til/ijciald. Printed pruiiriims were ornament|rd with a treble cleft. The program ; was followed with a social hour for which Mis. K. M. Terry. Mrs. C. C;. Redman and Mrs. James Kill. Jr.. were hostesses. Sand- .vidie.v punch and candies wcve served. "Old Dakota Melody". Appearing in | pneumonia. She «m he liospllal last nleh,. The acci<lent occurred when child darled across Highway 61 after alighting from the Uurdctle school bus. The child's parents, absolved the motorist, a Mrs. Gray of Poplar Bltilf. Mo., of all blame. j Local Band Studies Under College Director The Blythevlllc band studied yrs- Icrda.v i:ndcr the supervision <if M. J. Lippman. director of Dip band at Hondrix college ul conway, who i conducted Ihc band clinic here. , , • - ( Chiirles Mcpieiieari. dirccloi of Iho James I!umbata, s h. l>hillip Ri-ed. j band, had am,n K ctl for tlir dinic which was held in the school ;igri- . Kelly Kodads and Fulton Ellis «,- 5<>ns il " l:(v '- of "Hilly Uoy", which ! culture buiidiiuj and in the First I Baplist church. |, music for tiie Novlhensl j Arkansas district festival «-«s studied by Hie yroup. The festival which will be the latter pan of March will be attended by 15 bauds At The Hospitals Hlyllicvillf Hospital Mrs. W. n. Hotirlaiiil. Manila admitted. ' I l»d-:c. dis- FIKST iMKTHOOIST CHUKCH E. li. Williams, jiaslor Church school 9:45 a.m. S. K. Garrett, superintendent. A class for every age. At Hie morning in-caching hour Dr. Eugene W. Potter, district superintendent, will bring Ihe message. This service will te broadcast over KLCN. At 7:30 p.m. Our picsl speaker will be George W. Patterson, pastor of the First Christian chnrcli. Botb of these speakers ai-e well known to the members of this Church and need no introduction. We bespeak for them a good hearing- Wednesday 1:30 p.m. We will begin the study of the Mission Book, "Methodists United for Action," by John R. Alotl. Airs. Jaaies Hill. Jr., will be the teacher. 'pHIS natter- ing day dress to wear now and later comes in a variety of fabrics and a wide range of colors, in- cluding dusty pastels as well as black and navy. Notice the pocket, the subtle full- ness of the skirt and UK 'novel studs down (he front and on culTs. shlji at our church as we go to' worship wllh the congregation of the First Methodist church, our ? minister bringing the message The ' service | s at 7;30 o'clock. * We most cordially Invite the public. Strangers in our city es-- i i'cclally Invited. We'll try to make j you glad you came our way. I LAKE STREET MKTHOUIST CIKJKCH >''• M. Sweet, pastor 0:45 a.m. church school, Iverson j Morris, superintendent. IC'Aa a.m. Preaching service C:30 p.m. Young People's mcet'lii" T'.'M p.m. Preaching service 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, prayer service. will walk among yon, and will be your God, and ye shall be my people." Leviticus CG:11, 12. ! Ainon-j the citations which comprise the Lesson- Sermon is the following from the Bible: "O bless cur God. yu people, and make the voice of his praise Which holdeth our to be heard: soul in life, I-'IKS 1 !' I'llKSBYTKIltAN CHURCH .lames A. Overliolser, minister j Church sc-hool 9:<15 a. in. Moi-niiiR worship H:i)0 a. in. Theme. "The Optimism of the Bi- ule." Evening worship 7:30 p. in. Theme. '"Hiu Church in ihe Apos' j W. II. Ingrain. l missed. ilis- Hliilp-Klc'Cl .Hid rianrr Cfimnliinoiilnil at Dinnrr Miss Mabel Ucorsc. of Luxorn. ! daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Phillip ( tairae. and her fiance. DeMilri C. Abdchionr. ( if jjptc vork Citv, sen of Mr. av.d Mrs. c. U. Abdci- | nonr ol Port Chester. K. Y., were | complimented :u a dinner parly i Riven Sundiiy ntslii by Mr. and j Mrs. M. George a I. ihdr home. Tl-.o BIW.SL list iiulurieil inonibcrs o( the two families. ,\ four course dinner was sciml the 16 present. ; Talisman IOMW were used for the i cer.trrplccc of tho dining table ; v.-hii'h WHS draped with « Maderia dinner cloth. ' ; Bridge uames fulloivi-d dinner. Club Has Xi-w .tli-iiibrr-, Four new membris, nun with tlic i.:\by, city, 0<\k, Mrs. Olto ficliacHcr. cu, j missed. j Mrs. Uiirrcl Lowo-ry m .\ I city, dijini.viod. . Mrs. John Sniiih nnd l«j;- dismissed. \V;llls Hospital MM. Hoyd Uoll. Chutcr Mo., admitted. LHIIheth Garrett. cil.v. „ l,-,^,^ Mrs. Fannie Waters. Co-iii' ]i \ missed. | Mr;;. Grace Bisliop. Mm.i;: .;;.; i mis5pfl. ' '" 1 Memphis Mclhodist ]!„,,.„,,, : Mrs. W. 11. Cam. Caviiii;,,. ,11., j admitted. Mr.s. Ruby Walker, city, i,,,,, !H Mrmphis ll,n,,:i,| >l " 1 ' • Mrs. Dick Cromer. (>(••) . A : milled. ""' ''"" Midweek prayer service Wednesday 1:30 p. m. Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 li. m, You arc cordially invited to join with us in the work nnd worship of this church. Visitors in the city especially welcome. A.SSKMISI.V OF (;o» CHUHCH Seventh and Ash Slrnels S. A. Merrill, paslor 8:30 a. m. Radio program. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. Morning ivorslilp. 11:00 a. m. Children's church. 3:00 p. m. Men's prayer meeting. C:30 p. m. Chrisl Ambassador's 7:30 p. m. Bviingollsiic service*. Tuesday. 7::io o'clock. Young People's meeting. Friday. 1:30 p. m. ijjblc study. CHUHCH OK CIIKKST Demon si. Xcal. nilnislcr Lord's I)ny services: 9:45 a. m. Bible study. 11:00 a. m. I'rrachliii;. UM5 a. m. Communion. 6:30 p. ,,,. YOU m; People's mcct- 7:30 p. m. I'rrucliiiii:. Mithveck -services: 1:15 )). m. Wrdnewliiy. Bible study and KOIIJ; piactic-f. ^:30 p. m. Thursday. Ladies' Bi- hle cla.vs. Radio services. KLCN. daily from !2:l:> lo \'i:'Ki o'clock e.\'cc|>t Sunday from ;:30 m :i:i;> o'clock. You nrc cordially invilcd to each of our (.ci-vici-s. You will find a hearty welcome Kith us. Sec Ruth Trieschman and Geo. Pollack in 5> c ?"\f et W «« courage.(o~»^rr?^7n^ 1J " THE BANNER" Smith an' gel it knock*! out)' "^ .Senior Slltllt Night EXI'KKT liKAUTV Wn CALL 106 Awo , Margaret's _ BEAUTY SHOP KEDUCB" SKKSIH Swedish»tgc, Vii|i. Hai Airs, Rulh CHKISTIAX SCIKNCK SEKV1CKS I1C S. Brondway "Ceii!" is (lie subject of the Lcs- Eni!-Seriii(.-n winch will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church ol Clirisi. Scientist, on Sunday, i-cb. ia. 19)0. The Golden Text is: "T will S5t my labcinacic among you: and my' loul Muill no! abhor you. A lid I Layndt'y-Cieaners i s !ione 180 ''or Prompt Laundry •''lid Cleaning Service , and .suffered! not our feet to be moved." Psalms BG:8. 9. " The Lesson-Sermon also includes tlin following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: ''Man's Individual being can no more die nor disappear in unconsciousness than can Soul, for both are Immortal." Page 427. A- 'Christian Science program Is broadcast next Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 1:45 p.m. over KLCN. niiST CHUKCII or THE XAZAKENE .1. L. \Vonhnaii, pastor 9:45 a. in. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship. U:45 p. m. N. V. P. S. 7:30 p. in. Evangelistic service. The Kov. Holland London, of Lit- at . , tle nock, will cliver the sermon both Sunday service;. The Rev. Mr. London and the Milby twins arc appearing in revival here. The public is invited to our services. CAI.VAUV EI'ISCOI'AI, CHUKCH OSCKOI.A Aiatlhcu- A. Curry. prici(-in-chargc Holy coininuiiion and 11:03 o'clock. Lenten theme. "The Litany a Way of Life", every Friday at 7-30 o'clock. lo the men of the community to attend the Men's Bible class "held in the parsonage. Moiiiii-ijj worship at 11 o'clock. The pastor will use for his subject, "Mechanical Progress and Spiritual Death." The Young People will meet at (5: DC p.m. Evening services at seven. The pastor will begin a series of talks mi "The Apostls's Creed". ST. STKI'HKN'S -El'ISCOl'AL ciiuncii iMaltlmv A. Curry, rcclor Church school at. 10 o'clock. Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 o'clock. Tcxi, "I Am Not Sent Bui Unto Ihe Lost Sbcsp of Iho House of Israel." ' FULL (iOSl'EI, CHURCH Lilly ami Vine strcels A. A. .K-nkins, pastor 0:15 a.m. Sunday -school. Roy Handley, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. C: 15 p.m. P. Y. P. A. 7:45 p.m. Rvangelislic service. 1'raycr meetings on Tuesday and Friday nights. • F1UST CHRISTIAN CHDItCH Main al .Sixth Geo. W. Patterson, minister S-Ai a.m. Bible .school. Russell B:irham, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Worship, communion and preaching. "Jesus of Nazareth i—His Courage" will be the sermon sermon, Ihfint 1 . There will be no evening wor- I.UXORA MKTI10DIST CHUKCH ! It. K. L. Ilcardcn ,Ir., pastor j. Clmrch M-hool at 10 o'clock. Mrs. i biic Brown, .superintendent. ij A special im-jr.iiton is extended i! Buy Your AMEKICAN KXl'KKHS AIONEY ORDERS at KOHINSON'S : Slnre YOUR LAUNDRY DOLLARS GO n KTHER ''In- modern liiunilry i,s NOT a luxury! ll's :>n eflicicnl st'fvicc which adds an iwiwmieiil 'nnlc }<> your household, wishing (ivoMcm. So tonven- it'nf Inn! illcrcly slcji (u the |>h onc and one (>!' "in- diners will ininicdialeiy pick tip your dollies »m;r cotn|)le(c saJisfaclioii is on,- assurance n! - .steady .business. Our service is guaranteed. Steel e-Cooter Society—Personal Ilosless In Mrs. Jim Miller was liosless to her Tuesday BrktBctecrs club of Cooler at her home this week when she also had Mrs. E. W. Mc- Ciinn, and Mrs. Tom Lewis as guests. The Valentine motif was carried out in the decorations which were very effective. Each guest was' (.•resented a Valentine as- a favor.;;, Mrs. Lewis received high score S prize and bridgo award. Mrs. Tom Hopper received traveling honors and second high prize. The hostess served chicken salad sandwiches, angel food cake, jello and whipped cream, all of which were in the shape of hearts. She j also served potato chips, pickles! nnd coffee. ) Hostess lo Bridge Cjub. Mrs. Lee Y eager entertained her young Matrons Bridge club and ihe following guests Mrs. W. A. I Cales, Mrs. J. w. Reno, Mrs.: Jerry Holly, Mrs. Maude Alice An-; derson and Mrs. Joe bob Coppagci at her home Wednesday afiernoon.j The guest high prize went to Mrs. Gates and club high to Mrs. Marshall Burroughs and Mrs. Marshall Cameron received traveling honors. 'Ihc hostess served Umn fish salad sandwiches, potato chips, olives, dovil food cake and punch. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Beckham went to Cape Girardeau yesterday afternoon to get their daughter, Miss Louise, who Ls attending Slate Teachers College and brought her home with them for the weekend. They also brought. Miss Rowen Campbell, Miss Glendcan Jones and James Brown who spent the weekend here with their parents.. Accompanying them'to'Cape Girar- ? dean was Mrs. Abnc'jr Ashcraft >aml daughter 'U'ecu who will 'spend tlic weekend with Mr. ami Mrs. Eli: wood Brown and children. PRESCRIPTIONS] Freshest Slock I Guaranteed Best Price's I Kirby Drug Stores; Sign the New Register attheRitz SATURDAY ! "Granny Get Your Gun" \ with May Hobson & Henry } I)ayi'njiorl , / C'artroii & serial "Green Hornet." SUN. & MON. «3S5x^3*=; ^^-i ^BACY mar LAMARR \ITAKXTHIS WOMAN^ m '"SSS'i? "STSif'^sll^llilllS | Tarn mount News *. Cnmcily 'i'uub'clay. March 2(ith ;i Week's linn WITH TllK WIND" OX Y LAST TIMES TODAY 'DAYS OF .JESSE JAMES' lyilli t;QV KOGKKS Carlnpn * Srrial "Kit Carson" SUN. & MON. • A N£W UNIVERSW. PICTURE l''nx ,\n ra ,v. Comedy •- — — — — — LISTEN TO KICN A y, .-"•'!

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