The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 9, 1940
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PAGE TWC COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Society for clirislian Service, First Methodist church, 'meeting 2:30 o'clock at church, Woman's Society for Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist church, -meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Terra Turner. Woman's Missionary society, Second Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. L. R. Cribbs. Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs, Kupcrt Crafton. Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Ney Hunt; Circle Two, .Mrs, Alton Jaggers; Circle Three, Mrs. K. E, Blaylock; Circle Four, Mrs. Shelourr,e Brewer; Circle Five, Mrs. Arch Utidsey; Circle oix, Mrs. Ted King. Circle One, Woman's Auxiliary, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Don Smith; Circle Two, Mrs. E. A. Rice; Circle Three, Mrs. F. B. Joyner; circle Four, Miss Mary Outlaw, Mrs. H. G. WIckhatn anci Miss Mary Outlaw entertaining Circle Four, 7:30 o'clock at home Oi Mrs. Hubert Potter. Business and Hroiesslonal Woman's cnib meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. P. B. Fox. TUESDAYS P.VENTS Business Girl's Circle, Woman's Division for Christian service, First Metnodist church, meeting 7:3U o'clock with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Miss Frances Little entertaining Double G club. Tuesday contract club meeting with Mrs". W. W. Shnvcr. Mrs. W. D. Chumc-fln having Tuesday Bridge club. Mrs. Jesse oMi entertaining Cits Contract club. Mrs. J. K Beasley having Tuesday Alternoon club. .jMrs. M. O. Usrey and Mrs. W. T. Oberst 'cnteitaining Charlcvoix chapter, Daughters of American . Kcvoliilion, one o'clock nt Usrey's • residence. Order of Eastern Star having slated meeting, 7:31) o'clock al Hull. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. diaries S. Lemons and Mrs. T. J. Mahan entertaining Chapter D, p. B. O. sisterhood, with lunciieon at Mahan home. Mrs. W. J. PDliurd entertaining Weanesday Bridge club. Executive boui'd, Junior-Senior ; high l j arent Teacher association, meeting 2:30 o'clock at school lol- lowtd uy general meeting at three o'clpck. , '• THURSDAY'S EVENTS :; Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan entertaining ' Thursday Afternoon club. ,- Mrs. «nrry W. names cntcrtain- • ing Midweek Bridge club. Delta Contract cAib meeting with Mrs. W. D. McClurkln. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. Earl Buckley. Mrs. Ivy W. Crawiord entertaining Double Four club. Thursday Luncheon club meeling with Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. Louis Applcbaum entertain- \ bg Friday Bridge club: Music department Woman's club, meeting three o'clock at club house. Grey Before Their Time yOUR hair may bo silvery and still be no indication that birthdays are piling up on you.' Because the newest wrinkle in hairctressiiiE circles is to sprinkle metallic dust here and there in evening. coidurcs. The "dust" comes in gold as well us Silver. Either shade is 'dramatic on dark locks and either provides blonde hair with exotic hicjilifihls. , ., Mrs. J, w, Wright, who Is In Blytheville hospital, and his Blsler, Mrs. E. R, Reid, who underwent an operation nt Memphis Methodist hospital Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Overholscr of Honoied With Party .' Frank M. Chiles, of Osceola, who left yesleiday for. Kansas City. Mo., was honored at a- surprise party . given in the home of Mr. Mrs. Bill Worsley-Thursday night Mr. Chiles is to work In the communications department- of an nir- > line company. Games were played under ihe direction of Mrs. Worsley. Mrs. Woodrow Fisher and Carl C. Kfn- - ley received high score prizes In the bingo games. The twenty guests present were - served ice cream with cake ond f cctlec. * * * Hare Tarty L:st Niflif Miss Evelyn Shibley and Miss Marjorie Rimer entertained ten guests last night with n party at the Rimer home in honor of Miss Wanda Fisher, who celebrated her 16th birthday yesterday. Miss Margaret Holland received a prize in the games. Punch and cookies were served. * * * Arc Guests Of Club Mrs. Dixie Crawford and Mrs. Kddic RegenoHl were gu'c.M^ ot Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr.. yesterday aflcrncon when she entertained - members of the Friday Hrldgr club. A St. Patrick's motif was carried out in the tallies ami lablc decorations. Refreshments were served al Ihe conclusion of ihc games Mrs. W. D. McClnrVin was high and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt. second high scorer in the brhl.ce j;nme.'. * V « Daughter Born A daughter was tan it, Mr anf j Mrs. Hubert Seymorc yrstcrdr.v morning at Walls hosmi-ii. ThV baby who and Iwo o> ... _ iii:u Mary Jane. .Plan Spring Hoik Plans for carir.g for the l.lm- wood Cemetery tills sprint; s,id summer were discussed ;U a moci Ing of ten ^embers of the Cciiir- tcry asr.cctalicn yesterday allcniacn al the home oi Mrs. Maltic Allen Mrs. W. F, Brewer and Mrs' M. G. Goodwin were appointed members of ihe field committee to be in charge of; the Spring work. A sahd course was served (he ten members present following Ihe business session. Dorcas Sunday school class ol the First Baptist church at a meeling it the church yesterday afternoon. Eleven members and three visitors, Mrs. .Gladys Cievengcr, Mrs. Harry Frllzlus and son, Harry, attended". Mrs. W. \y. Wntson gave the devotional from the nth crnptcr t>I Matthew after which Miss Cordelia Wilhite conducted the' business session. Mrs. 1 Arthur Rushing enve the history of Ihe origin of Ihe Dorcas class. Mrs. PTHzins sang a <ra!o. During (he social hour, refreshments were served. Rustic Inn is Scene of Party Members of the Thursday After- nocm club were ctuerlained with n parly at tlic Riislic Inn by Mrs. Eddie Regenold Tlmrsdny afternoon. Mrs. Malt Mbnaghan Jr. played :nrds with the group. Spring tallies and flowers ivere used for the party decor 3 lions. Th; prize wcnl to Mrs. C. W. Garr^an. A dessert plate WHS served at the conclusion of the games. Abner Driver Jr. Has Stag Party For 60 I The "old times" in Osceola were brought to light ngain last nijlil Stcele-Cooter Society—Personal Miss Vfinia Jones Weils Kuiliiy Siiiijison Of imusmil Inlercst M Cooler is he marriage of Miss Vclmn Jones Jf Coo(er and Carulhcrsvlllc to Buddy Simpson of Lawrcnccbui'uli, rcnn.. which occurred In the home )f the olVtclating minister Rev. il.vers. pastor of the First Melh- Jdisf Church oi Cimithcrsville on <Vedncsday afternoon. Mrs. Simpson is - the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norford Jones of Cooler where she gradu- Jtcd from high school ana later graduated from a business collccr n Memphis. For the year slip !ias l)een employed within thr telephone company nt Caruthersvlllc. lloslcs; To Urldgc Mrs. Ouss Cooper was hoslev. lo ,ier Tuesday . Brldgctcevs and two li:c.«tc Mrs. Lewis Lester and Mrs. Tom Lewis this week. The high score nrizt wcnl to Mis. Jim Miller. 2nd high lo Mrs. floyd Wagstcr and bridge lo Mrs. -ester. The hostess served delicious ir- frcstmiciu plate. llcilcss To ISinicn Mrs. Ruel Asher ;u;rt Mis. Floyd Wagster «erc guests of Mr,v ciar- Bits of News Mostly Personali CHURCH NEWS FIBS't HAPTIST CJilWCII ll'iilnut and EigMh Alfred Carpenter, 1'jislor Sunday: 0:30 n.m. Sunday school. 10:40 a.m. ivorshlp service: This service will be centered about the youth, the • pastor speaking on, "What. Christ Expects of Youth." Special mtisio will be given by the youth. ,. li:30 p.m. Baptist Training Un- Mrs. Jack Wilson has returned I ion. from Conway where she spenMwoi 7:30 p.m. Worship service: I'as- wccks with her father, who has i tor sneaking on "World Need." been seriously III. He Is now much 1 Wednesday: All church night. Improved. j 7 :Q o pm Departmental meetings. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend anil! 7:30 p.m. Mid-week services.. son, H. A., Mrs. W. R. Brown and ! 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. Ervlne Friend are spending (odav m Memphis. . ' Creekmore Wright, who is with tho stale highway police at Jackson, Miss., Is visiting tils molher, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1940 In The Pink For Spring Cliapcl Lilly Street 9:30 a.m. Sunday school, TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, ralilil 1:30 p.m. Sunday school _ cinssp.. will meet. The Purlm page'anl, to be presented on Sunday afternoon, March 24, will be rohcnrscd. p.m. Services observing the . . . . o „.,.,. «,„>.„ CornersvIIle. Tenn., will arrive this ' gooih anniversary of Rashi, a afternoon for n visit with their son, French scholar who was among the Rev. James A. Overholser, and the representatives of cnlighlen- Mrs. Overholser. j men t during the Middle Ages. Scr- Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCulchcn ! mon topic: "The Lite and Work arc expected home . today from Hot of Rnslil." Springs where they have spent- two i Everyone Is welcome to attend. weeks. . • • j _ L. S. Behlsh Is able to be oui j PILGRIM MLUT1IEKAN CHUHCII after having been , 111 of infiuenin 1 H. J. Klclndlenst pastor fop two days. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips arc moving today to 618 Chlckasawbi. 1 hey have been residing nt 609 West Walnut street. •' . . Divine services 9:46 a.m. Sermon subject'. "Bible-loving Chrfstiiins." Sundfiy school each Sunday 10:45 "in. ; Evening services omitted during Mrs. W. L Hunt Named 'Diagnosis' Chairman Mrs. W. E. Hunt, of Osceola, was twined county chairman of the Early Diagnosis campaign at . a luncheon meeting yesterday of the Hotel Noble of chairmen and cochairmen of (he Tuberculosis Seal Sales conducted In this county pilor to Christmas. i Miss Erie Chambers, executive 'Mi-clary of the Arkansas Tuberculosis Association, met with nine members. After Ihe appointment of Mrs. Hunt, it was announced that the campaign wold be laimch- crt in tills county In April. ; The group was commended on Hie fact (hat more .money was alsed In the county through tlio eal sale this year than any other., car except 1029. '• Attending from oul of town were'-' ' Mrs. aunt, Mrs. R. H. Robinson; f Kelser imd Mrs. Lee Wesson, nd Mrs. Charles Lane bolh of Vllson. Mi-s. Rodney I/. Banister, •as chairman and Mrs. C. A. Cun- InghRin, co-chairman ot Ihe lo- f al drive. DI-. R. p. Schlrmer, o'i' I lie county health null, and John' C. McHaney, chairman of the per- onal solicitation drive for thp Christinas Seal sale here, were also- : ucsts at the luncheon. :;. "Z ,° .-,• , n. Power Company Employes 1 J Attend Meeting Today |* p.m. — — 1 ' ' : ' i Midweek Lenten meditations over Cashiers nncl district managers KLCN Wednesday 3 p.m. f the Arkansas' Missouri Power Speclnl Lenten service Wcdnes- in n slag dinner parly given by Abner Driver Jr.. for GO friends who have long lived in llmt city. Vance Carlwrlghl started the "yarns" In an informal talk and scon Interesting stories of by'gone days were being recalled by 'a number of old-timers. The host was toastmaster for the affair which was held at Cramer's Cafe. Red Radiance roses and fern decorated the long table arranged lor the fried chicken dinner. corporation arc here lort'jy-for-riii all day meeting with employes oi the local and general offices of the corporation. The day's affairs will be climaxed with a banquet 'tonight at Die Hotel Noble and R dance at the American Legion Hul. Approximately 40 visitors arc expected to attend the affair at which there will proliably. be a total of 75 present. The "meeting began nt. 9:30 o'clock this morning. The purpose of the. meeting- Is to acquaint the employes with - belter means of serving the customers ami to provide n chance 'for the em- ployes to know eacii other. , Owen Best, of Kemielt, director of tlie employe, •education, Is in charge of arrangements for. the affair. . . i ...,:.. At The Hospitals Hlyllicvllle Hospital Mrs. Jewel Rcmmer, city, admitted. Mrs. I'miline Cosncr. clly, admitted. G. W. Rose, city, dismissed. Joyce Bowling. Armorcl, dismissed. Mrs. R. !•'. HmnleU. Selele, dismissed. Walls tloM>Hal Mrs. H. B. Lawfon, Cooler sd- mlttcd. Luverl dairies, city, admitted. Born to Mr. mid Mrs. Hubert Scymore, city, n daughter. Ned Walker Jr.. Dell, dismissed. Bertha Lindsey, Pascola, dismissed. Memphis llnrttist Hospital Mrs. J. H. Smart Sr., city, ad- mllted. James W. Clnrk, Hnrdcttc iid- mltted. Jlc-inpliis Mdhodist Hospital Mrs. E. ' mitted. Reid, Osceola',. ad- Head Ccitrier News want ads'. Nine Girls, No Boys': '* v Bom At Walls Hospital ft may take the 1940 census to learn whether there nre more men being born than women bul-.- In Blytheville It Is already known the women are far In the lead, -"••- Tliere have been nine baby girls -nnd not a single boy—bonr>at Walls Hospital within, the pasWtwo weeks. •. F. C, Pepple Heads i Frisco Employes Club f. C. Peppier Frisco ngent nt Dell, was elected president of .the Frisco employes chib which met last night at (lie local passenger station. Fifty members were present for (he election. Other officers arc.,E. P. Blomeycr, loenl agent, vice president, and W. S. Johnson, of the local traffic department, secretary and treasurer. Employes from Manila. Osceoln. Luxorn. Wilson, Sleelc, Holland and Dell were hero tor the meeting. The next will be Alirli 12. At that " be tcai day 7:30 p.m. Sermon topic: "The Indifferent Executioners." Annual letter week over KFUO. S50 kilocycles, St. Louis, March 10-10. Tune In lo one ot the broadcasts, write in, and secure a beautiful New Testament free. FIKST rilESBYTEKLYX CHUllCH .fumes A. Overholyer, minister Church school 9:46 a.m. Morning worship !1:00 a.m. Theme, "A Religion of Hearsay and a Religion of Fact." Young People's meeting 6:30 p.m. 'Evening worship 7:30. Theme. "Victorious Living." Midweek service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend the services! of ihiseliufdi. Visitors In Ihe city 1 are especially welcome. . " "'•'•' It's time to wear a straw hat, and this delectable pillbox in spun- sugar pink with a wide crushed black moire ribbon and a turn-of- the-centnry bow is one of the smartest of the new slraw bonnets. Wear it with your black afternoon dress on Which you've recently put new pink lingerie collar and cults. Ing. "Christian Service" will be the subject of the sermon. Monday, 7:00 p.m., the official board of the church will meet. We most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city especially are invited. We'll try to ganized this afternoon at six o'clock tor those between nine mid fourteen years oi age. Evening services at. 7:30 o'clock. Sermon subject: "The Cross and the Eas- tt-i Seed." make you glad you came our way.I ASSEAllil.v OF GO1> CHURCH All members urged and expected' " " to be present. This is your church .OAI.VAKV EPISCOPAL CHUHCT1 OSCEOLA Matthew A. Curry, prlcsl-iu-eUargc Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 o'clock. Lenten Litany service Friday nights nt 7:30 o'clock. FJKST CHURCH OK THE NAZAIIENE .1. L. Woolimm, pastor !):45 a.m.' Sunday school. E. L. Evans, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. Subject, "Christ's Free Men." 6:45 p.m. N. V. P. S. Mrs. Noble McCullar, president. 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic, service. Subject, "Every Man." We ir.'/Hc nil who will to be present with us In those services. home; make the most of .'hurch membership. CHURCH OF CHRIST Ucnlmi M. Ncal, Minister ..Lord's l)=y services: 9:45 a. m. Bible study. 11:00 a. m. Preaching. 11:45 a. m. Communion. 0:30 p. m. Young People's "meetings. 7:30 p. in. Preaching. Midweek services: 7;« p. m. Wednesday, Bible study and song practice. 2:30 p. m., Thursday, Ladles' Bible class. Radio services, KLCN, daily fiom FIKST METHODIST CHUKCH K. B. Wllli-ms, 1'nslor 9:45 n. m. Church school. S. K. Oarrett. superintendent. A class for every age. 10:55 n. in. Subject of message. 'Do We Want God To Let Us Seventh and Asll Streets S. A. Merrill, P.istoi- 8:30 a. m. Radio program. M5 a. m". Sunday school. 11:00 a. in. Morning worship. 11:00 a. m. Children's church. 3:00 p. m. Christ Ambassador's class. 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic services.' Tuesday, 7:30 o'clock, People's meeting. Friday, 7:30 p. in., Bible study. To Hold Services For Deaf Monday Services lor the deal will be lielo at the Lutheran church at Sixll and Walnut, streets Monday night 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock except. Sun- - 11 7:3 ° o'clock. It was announces day from 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. tocia y by the Rev. H. J. Kllendienst You tiro cordially invited to each of our services. You will find hearty welcome with us. I'tLGKIM TABERNACLE HO Cherry street 0. \V. Doss, I'astor 0:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mrs. O. W. Doss, superintendent. 11:00 n, in, Morning worship. 7:15 p. m. Young People's service. 3:00 ]>. m. Evangelistic service. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, prayer service. rat time n railroading quiz will " Do We Wnnl G(Kl To Lct Us : conducted, with the winning Alone?" •am (o be given n prize. 7:3 ° P •'"• Subject, "The t'crsc- Miss Margaret Moore, of St. clllc(l Righteous." Tills is the lust Louis, club organizer with ihn Frisco railroad. X. R. Campbell Of Chaffee, assistant ''superintendent, and L. A. Lowory ot Kcmiett. loadmoster. met with the chita lasl night. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia - corn. i>w BY xt^ Mnvict. INC. t, H, net. u. y FAT. OH-—- „. j Mrs. Asher received high -.core jav.-arrt. Mr.s. A. R. Bcckham bunco ji<nd travelling Innico and Mis T iN. Biiggaiicc low score. 'Iho .served tnnii mlad, devilled eggs, .butter scotch pie and i I Mr.*-. Rny Jones is ;:|:i'mlin B [his ' v <-r.: in Cape Cilrardr.iii with Joycr and Ocan Drown while their mctlin is in a lio*pilu| (hero H. ii Class , 1 1 1'arly 'Mri-."'Thc6t!6re iojan and M'rs . . A.i-/,. ',UPI _i !o|)j Jn _ man braves, noted for their fc ;lv - icsjiifM in luxndllng live ia mc - makcs during H) fil . f nmm ,, ; ,., [n *,'" arf! " ;' lc "«: only Indian men Uio do the fmnily basket weaving. MR c mcnii/era'tyf other tVlljcs leave such domestic tasks ,,> the squaws "Aw, we played wnr yesterday—let's do something c ^ of n series of messages from the Beattltudes. , 6:45 p. m. The Young People will meet In their respective departments. ST. STEl'IIE.VS i;l'ISUO)'AL ClIUKCIl Matthew A. Ciirry, Kcctor • Church .school 10:00 a. in. Morning prayer and .sermon, 11:00 n. in.. Text: What happened on Pnssion Sunday? Fridays, during LPiil, Holy Coin- nuinlon at 10:00 a. m. I.AKi: STUKin- METHODIST OIlllKCII f. M. Swccl, pastor 8:4S a.m. Church school. Ivor- son Morn's, superintendent. 10:45 a.m. I'roachlns service. 6:30 p.m. Young People's meeting 7:30 p.m. I'rraching service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. ^ mission study. Mrs. George Disinter ill chnrgo. Text hook: "Methodist United lor Action." 1'IUST CHRISTIAN CHUKCII. Main :il SIxtH Gco. W. Patterson, minister 0:4o a.m. niiile school. Russell Barliam. superliUcndcnt. 11:00 a.m.. worship, communion and preaching, -jcsus of NoiSreth" \vill Irf Ihe .•sermon subject. 7:30 p.m., worship and prrach- TTIK LUXOKA MKTIIODIS'I CIIURCU It. I-'. U I.canjen Jr., I'astor Church school at 10 a. in. Mrs. Sue Brown, general superintendent. Morning worship at, 11:00 The paslor will use for his subject, "The Demanding Cross". A Junior League is to be or- pastor. rue Rev. Walter D. Uhlig, of St Louis, will conduct the services fo; which the subject will be: "Finn of me Crucified Christ; Thc North Star Is little more than a degree from the true North Pole, and is « much surer guide than the compass needle. TOO LATE TO CL/1SSIFV For Rent Grain drill. and tractor for rent See Ben Craig or Paul Bvrum. 9-ck-t Duy Your AMERICAN' EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS UOUI'NSON'S Drug Store EXI'ERT 11EAUTY \VOUK CALL 106 Margaret's SHOP SENSflLY .Swedish Massage. :>'«!'• Ba< us Mrs. Kuth Lavrhon Perhaps . .' . But nol any m orc so than washing your'clothes }>y | lnlu |. Q IU . mocl . ofn hiuntlry service nd'onls you jji'ctiter convenience, more efficient woi-k and true ohmomy on your vvush-day proliluni. The finest r«-il)rie.s ;iro rclunipd 'in excellent condition, thoroughly cleaned, .sjmiUtrv, anil rotlceting a "like-new" apiicavance."' Your pi-iile in your clothes will bo exceeded only by your complclc satisfaction. For Experl. Lainidry and Dry Cleaning Pays 8 Per Cent . Dividend On Deposits CARUTHERSVIliLE, Mo.,' March 9.—Distribution began here. ye'Ster- day of checks totalmg $12,000. to :hc common cinlm crcdito'rs'bf'the Bunk of Cnriiihersvillc. now.irt -the of Ifquldatton. This krnounts io ;in eight i>er. cent payment; and IE the fourth nmde since the bank :loscd severs! years ago. , • ':. Raymond Farrow is .in ,-chnrge of the office here, located, on-West Third Street, where claimants may -eceive. checks. Willi the culmina- :ion of (his payment, n total.of S(i/ per cent will have been' 1 paid b.v?' the closed b:i:ik. The 'first payment i was made In June, 1937, of forty percent; ihe second payment in Decemlier, 1938, ten per cent; the third in October, I93i); amounting to eiiht per cent. ;' • : Alaskan Parishes Keep Greek Orthodox Faith SEATTLE, Wash". (UP)—Despite ihe rapid and Almost complete Americanization .,of .Alaska' since 4s purchase In 1867,'two Russiftn piiests of the, ;Greek Orthodox -hurch find themselves busy, look- ng after Iheir work. : Fathers M. A. Bnranoff mid D. A. Hotovisky. have parishes', of 250 jnd 160 persons. •Although their work Is not expanding, they said, many natives and descendahls -of 'AuEslan settlers slill view, the Greek oi-thadoxf ; ,walth^as • preferable. • " ••'' ••'•'"*.''''• -, . '• , .. Try One of-Our.Deliciouj . . PIG SANDWICHES ., Ole Hickory Inn Across From High School I ••/> Sign the New Register at the Ritz SATURDAY "CHAN IN PANAMA 1 : with Sidney Tolrr & Jean Parker Cartoon & . Serial "Orcen Hornet" SUN. & MON, and a Baby Also selected shorts.' Coming Tuesday, March' 2Bth For a Week's Rum "GONE WITH TllK WJNJD" OX Y LAST TIMES TODAY RENFREW^ ROYAL MOUNTED CRASHING THrW JAM£S™NEW1LL C = ttoon S: Serial "Kit cJr SUN. &MON. fv\ \cws jt Comedy.. LISTEN' TO KLCN '"< UtOO a.m.-l;;is p.m.-^4!30 p.m. PhonajMU 2U Phone

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