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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 22, 1940
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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar SAtURDAY*S EVENTS" Cotillion club having supper dance, nine o'clock, American Legion Hut. 7\£rs. niton W. Kirby and Mrs. W. L. Homer enterlaining Chapter N of the P. K. O. sisterhood at, the Homer Dome, one o'clock. Miss LaNelle Smart entertaining J. U. G. club; at home of Miss Maxlne Reid, 6:30 o'clock. Hester Decorations Dominate Club Parties The Kaster oecoraUve theme ms prtdcriuiiant ia parties giveii yts- teraay auenioon by members bl the various bridge ciufcs. Jonquils, loisyihia, winter honeysuckle and otner spring flowers formed a background for me briagB game* of tne Thursday Afternoon club \Uicn, Mrs. Kanuolpii Bmitii entertained nt Jier home. Guests were Mrs. R. C. Allen, Mrs. jess White olid Mrs. \V. D. Wood. Seasonal tames and a salad ptete bearing the desisii 01, an Easier raooli completed tne I Easter scheme. Mrs. White recetv-' eu me prize. Mrs. a,. L. Stocked and Mrs. Harry Kirby were guests of Mrs. byj-on Morse wnen sue eiitertaineu members 01 the Thursday Luncaeon cluo. Jonquils were used In the center of her dining table at which luncu tras served, fn uie brings, games which ioiio,ycii, Mis. R. r: Kusn- her was high nnfl Mrs. Stocked, second high scorer. Mrs. NY. D. Mculiu'kln was hostess to memoers of tnc Delta Con- triici, cluo and tnree gut-sis, Mis. a. ijhins, Mrs. Kodney L. Ban- a paity at her nome. oui.niiis aiio lorsyshta decorated her nuue. A salad puue was seiveu after, uie games Hi wnich wrs. Loy Weidi. was presented Uie'clUu prize. Mis. V. G. Holland and Mrs. J. U KaOera were guests of Mrs. J. E. Patterson tor the Thurixtttj linage club party. Tnc -c-usivr u tl >tif wns emphasized In me lilies RV.d jonquils arranged about uie room anu in tut dessert, course of lemon pie servcu • frith iced tea. Mrs. J. J. Cooksiou received iiigh wore pike autoug Uie cutb mbmceis njid Mrs. Cieoigc A. hamiiion, among the giiesls. Ail cnio memotis nutnutd Hit Douole i-our party at the home 01 Mrs.. Joiiii 1'oster. hasier imln-o were used for the games and sea- FLAPPER FANNY CCPR. IMS BV MA c EWCC, \SC, T. M. IK. u . 5. P1Ti (,,(.- By Sylvia Here's a Distinctive Touch For Dressecl-Up Easter Dinner m n. n. Chilli, Mib. nuuney .u. canister ana Mrs. uncsttr uUuwch, 101 solo, "Sweet Peace Ihc Old of God's ° "•"•" "• >—•• • Love." They were accompanied by Mrs. Wctcnkamp. Talks were made by Mrs. Harry Brown on "A Living sonal decorations t'moughaut. were nrraiigeu Mis. Ksiymohd Smith was high ana Mrs. IM Votf, 'seconri liiuu scorer m t/ie bridge games. Sniiu- . .wicJiea and tea were served, nuc. the gomes. ' ' ' '.' ' : '. Eoscer lilies and 'daffodils decorated Uie home of Mrs. Lugcne Dickinson viheh she entertained members of trie Thursday Dessert club and two guests, Mrs. V. O. Wilier anu Mrs. W. W. Shaver. A dessert course of sherbet, and, cake decorated Sh the basier motif was served al the conclusion 01 the games In which Mrs. D. Hammock was awarded high and Mrs. B. p. Erogdoh, second 'high score prize. * » « Phe&cari Class Meets Afembers of the Phebean Sunday school class of the First Baptis^ church met for a business session lasl night al Ihe home ol Mrs. Wys? Ferry. Plans lor a parly lo be given next month probably at tile home of Mis; Boo Chiles were discussed. Refreshments of Iced tlriute anu cookies - were served during the social hour. . -" • • * • Son Born Mr! and Mrs. Don Burton arc Ihe paients of a son born yesterday Mrs. Burton 'was formerly Miss Wnma Ijieheait, of Dell. * * » Daughter Born A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs. Jay C. Evate last night at Walls hospital. The baby, who weighed six pounds nnti cisht ounces, lias been nnuicd Virginia * * * To JHive Easter Egg Hum Mefefaers of the Beginners, Pri- marj' and Junior departments of the. Sunday school of (he Fir-; ChHslian church will have an Easier egg hunt Saturday afternoon at (he '•"•'- -^^f-.i-uoj, n 111:1 UW two o'clock on the lawn of church. Mrs. Russell Barham Mrs o w Rose, Mrs. C. A. Tant, and Mrs" J. Cecil Lowe are in charge of -<r- rangemenls for the hunt. A rehearsal of the junior choir will precede the hunt, it is called for 1:36-o'clock at the church. Council Continues fre-Easlcr Olwrvajice Mrs. Russell Barbara was leadrr "He's ft marvelous, catch—gobs o{ money, it sophomore at Yale and a bachelor," Witness"; Gordon Evyiu'O, . , •Christian Evangelism Begins at Home"; Mrs. M, Filzsimmons, "Thc- Meek Shall Inherit Ihe Earth." Mrs. G. W. Hose, first iindlence reader, jjuve two short poems by John Muscflcld and Mrs. Nathan Carle, second nwilcnce reader, rend quotations from "Verses from a Modern Paraphrase of the Sermon on the Mount". The benediction was offered by the leader. * * « Ifa.s Uirlliday Tratj' Seven friends of Miss Virginia Little surprised her wllh an Informal birthday party given las! nlghi .U the home of Miss Prances McHaney. After the guest of honor opened her gifts, rhc cut her birthday cake .vhich was served with iced drinks. Mas n«ok Varly Mrs. T. J. Crowder was hostess 10 members of the Tuesday Hook ciub for n party yesterday after- aeon at her home. She also had as her guests, Mrs. .1. E. Darnell, Mrs. S. E. Wcob and Airs. Les Armstrong. Easter lilies were the floral dec- -rations while cnnriy rabbits on the .sandwich plate served with coffee .'omplded Ihc holiday motit. Caruthersville Society—Personal western University. She will spend the Easier vacation wlih her p:<rents, Mr, and Mrs. Chns. G. Hoss. Bill Ross arrived Thursday night from Columbia, Mo., where he is attending the University of Missouri. Mrs. J. L. James left Thursday morning for Steelc where she will visit with her dnughlcr, Miss Mary Sue. Perry Cooper-man and Bill Corbett. left Wednesday morning on a business trip lo si. Louis. Tncy will be gone several days. J. H. Hardy of Braggadocio was a Carulhersvhls visitor Monday. Mrs. D, W. Whipplc of Canton, Ohio, arrived here Friday for :i week's visit with her parents Mr and Mrs. Lee Malm. Miss Gelma Coopcrnmn spent Monday In St. Louis. She was nc- companteit there by Esther, Jacob and Nonli Bnrkovltr. and Mrs Hymn n Kolm of Hayll. Willis Bnbb of Haytl was iii Carutliersville on business Tuesday; J. 11. Mulin, lormcrly Bits of News Mostly Personal* I Jack O'Keefe will spend the week end In Forrest City with his mother Mrs. Lily O'Kcefc. I Miss Dixie Lee Quinn and Miss I Martha Jane Cartwrlght of Dice-1 • ola, were guests of Miss Mary Emily \yihon here yesterday. Miss Sara Jo UUIe, Miss Mildred Mooic, John Ben Bonmr and W. K Francis will leave this a.tarn^.i for 'jus-caloosa, Ala., to spend the i week end with the parents of Mr. I Bomar nnd Mr. Francis. They are going down especially for the holiday activities at nw univcu.^ 0 . Alabama where Ijolh Mr. Bomar and Mr. PraMis attended school. J. H.Stiirirl Sr. Is improving after having bren 111 foi- n few jays ; it hLs home. Jerry Harwell will spend the week end in Poplar Bluff with hLs parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. H. harwe.j, and family. Among the Blylhcvlllc people in Osceola last night for Ihe Northeast Arkansas Young Men's club dance at the community house were: Ml&s Virginia Martin', daughter of jur. and Mrs. Tom P. Martin; Miss Jean Stauy, Miss Mary Nellc Patterson, Miss Louise Ar.gei. Miss Mary Ernny Wilson, Miss Anita F.iye Beck, Miss Sara Lou McCutchcn, John Burnett, John Cramer, Barnes Crook, Hupli t Hnrbert, Paul Blackwooct, Husseil . Rclnmillcr, C, Motilnjer, House Harp, J. T. Sudbury, James Guard, Jainss Edwards, Carl Ganske, Ben Mac While, Mayfielcl Lloyd, Miss Knlhryn Walpolc, Mr, and Mrs, P. Simon and daughter, Miss Ixiul.;e, nr.d sun, Tmn, siKiit Sunday in Memphis. RIchHi-d Becker win spend the week end in Little Rock with his mother ami family. James Roy will go to Cotton Manila Society—Personal FRIDAY^MARCII 22, 1940 Wednesday In Manila with his son, .Jimmy, and Mrs. Claura Horn- I'. T. A. To Metl "Why r Am A Member of the P. T. A." will be tile theme Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. W, W. Fowler returned Thursday from a business Irij) lo Li tile Ttock. Lot'ls Bnllarc! visited Mr;. Bnl. lard In Walls hospital, Blytheville, Thursday. She Is convalescing there from a recent major operation. Jimmie, Richard and Robert Moore, sons of Mr. aurt Mrs. James W. B. Burkeii", of Ba.ssett V1 Hlll'uw • M ,?° r f' are convnlescine from ton--' • .."•• "'" "»• sillectomies performed at BlyUw guest speaker at the meeting which will be held in the high fchool inidltorlum Tuesday aftcr- no.511 nt 2:30 o'clock. Hans for the social hour are bang made by Ihc hospitality committee aiu! the president, Mrs. E,' at Sawyers Drug Elore, has accepted a position In Memphis. He assumed nis ne«- duties Monday. Dick Robert« of Portn^evillc ris- ilert in Caruthersville Thursday. Mrs. Ray Dlackrord spent Tuesday In Portngevlllc visiting with Mrs. Doyne Batcman. Will Ward and daughters, Mary Emily and Imogene, left 'Jliursday evening for their home in Lakewood, Ohio. Plant for the Easter week end. Hs will be the guest of Ills parents. Mi's. H. C. Pulton is spending the week end In Little Rock. Miss Mnble Simon and Tom Simon spent yesterday in Memphis. Nancy Little, of Memphis, is spending the Easier vacalion here wilh her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little. Mrs. J. H. Smart Sr., is recovering at her home from n major operation performed at the Memphis j Baptist, hospital recently. ShelwnH removed from the hospital to 'her Miss Mary Adah Robinson, who attends Southwestern college, al Memphis, is spending her spring vacalion here with her father, Dr. Fmlcy A. Robinson, and family. Miss June Lcggctt and Murry Lcugett, ol Memphis, are visiting their aunt and uncle, Mr. ant! Mrs. W. C. Leggett. They came yesterday ami will return tomorrow. Decorative touch for an Easter cake IJV MliS. GAVNOK Easter finery for your menu. Dress up your Easter dinner, too. spring lamb or potato dish is per- chicken, this fect. . telegram slyle. tially. Continue beating. Then add the egg yolks, beaten until they arc thick and lemon colored. Ne.vl, atld the stiffly beaten egg whiles. Then the flour, nip.ce and sail and flavoring. Beat vigorously 5 inln- tites. Bake in deep oblong-shaped pan l!i hours In slow oven (305 degrees P.). Or, if baked in shallower pans, a shorter baking time is required. Yellow all-over icing: I'.i -, ,, ,, , ,. sl| E al- . 6 tablespoons water, U v«,. Add the butter, cream am! egg egg whites, vanilla or lemon fla- yclks to the mashed potatoes. Whip torlng lo taste, few drops of velum il light and fluffy. Season well low vegetable colorin" to give "the to taste with salt and pepper, then [appearance of a telegraph blanks UAKKD PUFFED POTATO WITH CHEESE (Serves Six lo F.i&ht) Four cUps hot mashed potatoes, '. cup cream (heated), 4 tablespoons butler, 2 egg yolks, salt and 15. Byrd urges all members to be present.. * * 4 •Sen Horn A sou was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wooclrosv Grain Monday "night The baby, who weighed eight pounds, has been named James Monroe. » * • James Fowler and Miss Jean 1'owler, students at the University of Arkansas at. Payeltevllle are spending the Easter holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs'\V W Fowler. Clarence Pasley Is seriously ill at the home of Ills father, Bcuton Pasley. Mrs. O. O, Sfuait of Equality, HI., arrived Tuesday for an ex. tended visit wtlh lier sons, Don- jnltl and Luke Stuart. Mrs. Tkc Harrison, a former resident, arrived this week from Cincinnati. O.. to make her home here James Moore attended lo business in Jonesboro Wednesday Woodrow Hut-ton and Bill Downing returned Friday from u trip to Little Rock and Memphis Mr. and Mrs. George Walker, of Blytheville. were the gue.sU; of Mrs Jnmes Walker Wednesday, Mrs. \v. E. La whom attended lo business in Jonesboro and Newport Thursday and Friday. Hugh Miles, of Jonesboro, spent villt- Walls hospital Monday. Mrs. C. K. Ashabranner and Mrs. j H. W. Coiran were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. P. M, Sweet In BJv- theville Thursday. M'.s. Mary Evans of Los Angeles, Calif., .Mrs, Virginia Standard of Joaesboro. and Mrs. G. O Stuart of Equality, 111., lve re luncheon Ruesls of Mrs. Wo Ashabranner Wednesday. cups cup lUlaSioiury boclCiy iueclg Msmoers of the Woman's Missionary -Society of (he Baptist thurch mot there Wednesday afternoon for a covered tiish mimer In observation of their d.iy of prayer for home missions. Forty-five mem- Dfcts were present. Another purpose of the meeting was to tas-.e the .inmial oticring. named for Anntc vV. Artnsirong, who was lor nmiiy Scars coircsponning secretary ol (he Southern Baptist convention. Following the luncheon, Mrs. K. H. Brown gave the devotional and Mrs. J. L. James cspliincd the meaning of Ihe offering, others appearing on the program were Mrs. William Swader. Mrs. li. M. ' -rcc nut! Mrs. J. T. Markcy. # * • tirclp No 3 Meets Circle Ko. 3 oj the Presbyterian woman's Auxiliary ctec.l it's yeai Hayti School Wins Dramatic Contest CARUTHEKSVtLLE. Mo.. March 22.—Hiiytl high school dramatic group was first place winner in Ihe lannunl Pcmiscot County high school dramatic meet. Harold S. Jones, county schools superintendent, an-' nouncert yesterday. Savon county high schools participated, being Hayti, Caruthersville Cooler, Dec-ring, Holland and Stcclc. Miss Viola. Hankins of Hayti wns presented a pin for bclnj liic best individual aclre.w. and James Vickery of Stccla was awarded n pin for the best actor. The winning . Hayti group was awarded a cup for winning first place, and the group was comprised of Miss Htmkvns. J. W. Goltien. J.imcs Stubbs and . a potluck supper held al lhr new home ol Mrs. Fred I,. Henlev . iVednecd.iy night. Aftrr me o:t"> dinner n short ousmcss meeting was held and the ' l>it to altend Easln «t the Methodist continued ft s prc-Ea-sf-r observance with a week of prayer Mrs. Rcnkert Wetenkamp played •Beneath the Cross of jcius for both the prclutic a n u , v c.vional of yesterday's service. A •..»• --- vc s oa«=lcrs \ rrarimg and consregatioiMl smjinv. inud Nadine Sh-iilr-i opened the program " ' roily Wcrtnraday' ' week services church. re Club Meets Mrs. Clajlo.-i Holt entertained members of the Ace Club at I he Top Hat Cafe Wednesday afternoon. Oui-ste were Mrs, " Norberl i'ix%Ming and Mrs. Jptc Kinjsbuvy. I Braggadocio, won l>rid»o* a c.ikr holder. After the saiv.eY a salad ccitrsc and pecan pic were ,-cvvcd. Justice ol (lie Peace Leo sint- '« of Bragg Cily. accoaipanird Miwcs Rosa Lcc were in nil:. ,1. r- Cl l, ai !! er ° f Lulc<> <:on(xrnln8 J« Bob Coppaw^ol' the Good Sannnfm and «as read were Cjrulhcrsvnie i by nfrs Edith McCool Mrs Georyp uc.sday afternoon W Barhani led the directed thought I Mr. tnid Mrs 6 E period on 'The 1 ej,tunony of rjur Mrs. Ivy toi-gdon sn-nt Lives" whicii was follo-.ved by silent ••••'meditation m l Mrs "«d» In Mrs John C MciIaJiey Jr r.nd ting in Me, Miss Jlary Tipton ROM a rri vcti M a rr vct home Thursday from Chicago, in. pile lightly in a buttered „ dish. Sprinkle top generously with giv.led American cheese and place in a moderate oven until cheese is melted and slightly browned EASTEIt TELEGRAM CAKE Pound Cake: l lb. butter (2 i-L'ps). 1 lb sugar (2 cups), B cges. l lb. Hour (-1 cups), li teaspoon mace, 0 tablespoons brandy fiarar- inu. pin;h of salt. Cream butler. Add sugar grad- Miss Catherine Harwell Beat the egg whites stiff. Mean- ivhile boil sugar and water till the syrup spins a Then slowly siir the syrup into the ucMen egg whites and continue beating until the icing is of the proper consistency. Spread on cake. When icing is nearly cool, dec- ornie it with fine lines and lettering of the name nnd message you wish, using a fine pastry time and decorative icing. Dell News To Wed Philip Burks w . 8L „. Mccls . Ten members and one visitor of the Baptist Woman's Missionary OSCEOLA. March 22.—Of wide scclul interest in Osceola and this section of Ihe county Is ths announcement, made loday by Dr. nnd Mrs. Carl Mnllory Harwell of the engagement of their only' (laughter. Miss Catherine Pulllnm' Union cf Uie Dell Baptist chinch met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. W. Gordon. The meeting was opened with n y ' he Caruthersville Group Gives Program At Cape CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. March 22.—The Canithersvllle high school mixed chorus, tlirccled "hnd instructed by i^liss Marjorle Ashcraft, presented a concert pro-'iiim hi. central High school at Cajin Oiraixieau yesterday aftcnioon at OHO o'clock. The group was entertained al luncheon at noon prior to the concert. The program consisted of [ cur number!! by the enlire chonis of fifty voices,'numbers bv Hie girls' double qirarint and madrigal .sine- ers, and Misses Julia Margaret Phelps and Peggy Ashcr gave solos. Read Courier News Want Adi. FLOWERS FOR EASTER Next Sunday is Easter and foi this occasion Heaton's Home 01 Flowers has for your selection a wonderful array of blooming plants such (is Hydrangea, Baby Rose plants in bloom, Azaleas, Primroses. Geraniums. Begonias ,1110 Easter Lilies. For those who love to watch flowers grow we have boxes of asserted plants decorated in the most modem styles. Visit our greenhouses nnd set these flowchi prepared for youi pleasure. Over 500 lily plants anyone of which will make a "GlaQ Easter." For corsages we have , Orchids, Gardenias, Sweetheart Roies, Valley Lilies, Swcetpeas. Viotets ano Rases in Various Colors. .'. r \ Place your order early. Be In the Easter Parjuie. Remember a shut-in" with an Easter lily anti let us put one in your home. J. R. Tinner wns called to Olive Uranch. Miss., this morning because of Ihe death of his nitclc Mr. Locke. Mrs. C. P. Tucker Is 111 al, her home at Promised Land. Jack McCiilston, a student al Columbia Military Academy al Columbia, Tenn., is spending the Easter holidays here with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. z. A. McCuis- lun. Miss Helen Tlndnl mul Miss Churchill Buck, students at the University of Arkansas at Fayeitn- villn, came yesterday lo .spro'd (he spring vacation with their parents Mr. and Mrs. c. Tiudal and Mr'! ariiiuiOiy. and Mi-s. C. M. Buck. Dr. B. M. Bryan nnd son. Morgan Jr.. of Frederick-town, Mo., will nnivc this afternoon to spent! Ihc week end with Dr.•Bryan's mother. Mrs. E. M. Bryan, and family. Mrs. Nan McChnahan ol Clarks- diilp, Miss., Is visiting Mr. aim Mrs Eugene Dickinson and family. Bedford. Va. The wedding will be solemnized iu early May. 'Miss Harwell, who wns born and reared in Osceala and prominent in social and musical circles of Ihe county, is a graduate of Slrati- ford college, Danville, Vn., and of the Chicago' Conservatory of Music. Mr. Burks, an attorney of Bedford, is lljt son of Mr: ami Mrs. Harry Gray Burks of that city. He is n graduate of the University ot Virginia Law whooi nt Charloltes- villn. co during the social hour. Mrs. C. | 11. Downs directed the games. : The next meeting will be nt Hie i home of Mrs. Clyde Smith. 2(>0 K - Davis Ave. We lelegmjih flowers anywhere 11 Inmates of London's zoo consume 244,fi4fl bananas. 25.0S7 oitvngcs, nnd 196 pounds of jam Relieve misery ns 3 out of 5 molhcrs do. Rub throat, clust. Iwck with ;. 1"tie "Which Is Ihe Way to BosYon" „„,. the cast wns directed bv Miss Jasmyn Sanders. Judging nns done by t'rot. .'ScaU'- tanks of CHJW Olrni-tle.iii Teachers college. Supt. Joiiej slated yesterday that the next county school activity will be Ihe high school band mcVl 10 be held March 20 at Warden. To Present Easter Cantata At Wilson WILSON, Ark.—A choir of mixed vetoes from boih the Methodist and Baptist chinches in Wilson, nil! present on Easier Cantala, "The Farst Faster" by Ira B. Wilson, at the Vesper stivires at Ih" Methodist church on Sunday. Mnr. 24 al 5 o'clock. Tills cautola' Is under Ihe direction of Miss Moty Symonds. with Miff Mary Dowdcii. presiding m the Hamilton organ, and solos to b; mug by the Rev. C. Norman Gulcc. Billy Frarlcr, Lois Jean Grrcr, Vii-Rlc Rogers. Jeanctla Phillips and Mr.'Miller. Tlic choir members will wear while .surplices and a bsrkcromid of aster lillies anil (•reentry, interspersed with candles will be tiwti. North- Trj- One of Our Delicious P16 SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn Frnm Today's EYE ' r .s Btconriny When Properly Fitted You Mat/ Not A'eerf (llasses—liut Yon Xccd To Know! Let Dr. J. L, Guard Give You an ' EXAM1M ATION Jewelry and Optical Store Ihc fame of "GONE WITH THE WIND" lias spread throughout the nation. You will sec it here exactly as shown in its famed Atlanta premiere. Then you will understand why it is the most exciting topic of the day, why it took ihrceyc.irs to produce, aiumprecedentcd fortune to make. All that you ever hoped for it has come true, all the beauty is revealed in full color, the heart-stabbing drama, the powerful love story arc here for you to live over again on the screen. Wliilc this engagement Is limited (liis pro- iluction will nol be shown anywhere except at advanced lejsi until 19<t. 68NE WITH THE WIND Starts Tuesday Morning At 10 O'Clock TIIU WEEKDAY MATINKIiS WILL BH USUAL continuous performances with no reserved seals. You may come anytime from 10:00 a. m. up to 2:30 p. m. and see a complete performance. For nighl shows and Sunday matinee oil seals arc reserved. Tickets arc now on sale. BUY RESERVED SEATS NOW ON SALE ROXY THEATRE OFFICE XiRlil Shims (S All Srals Kfscrvnl SI. 12 tnrl. Tax Sunday Mat. n p.m.) ,\ll Scats Iltwrvrd SI. IZ Inrl. Ta\ Weekday .Mal.v Conlimimis—Not lii-M-rvcil Sign the New Register at the Ritz , FRIDAY, MAR. 22 "50 Good Reasons Why You Should At I en ii HAl ROACH „,„„;, A Mi B K[y Nov*]..,A St.-Mofjorol Sto a « Sv«ei, NOW. lh> MARS MOSI IMPO«I»N1 Pmup.t t/JOHN ST£INBICK -aBIKiSS ME1Wrni-KmFIHD- Also Selected Shorts Saturday, Mar. 23nl mem ftlso Comedy * Serial "The Green Hornet." Continuous slimr Sal. Snn.-iUwi. Mar. 2,1-25 TWO'S COMPANY 1 THREE'S A CRIME . . . Comedy & News Coming Tuesday, March 2<itl\ For a Week's Kim 'GONKW1TH THE WIND" Y lso Comedy & Serial Kit Cars-oil Ko. 13 M«r. .'ACK HOLT in "Outside the 3 Mile Limit" A!M Vox Sews «: Novelty Tuesday, War. 2(i f'a.l Night t admitted for (he prire. of t , OFTHS RO^AL MOUNTED.. Also Se)cc!c<l LISTEN TO KLCN 11:08 a.m.— 12:45 p.m. —4:30 p.m. rhune Kill 221 Vhone U<jxy 333 L

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