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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 22, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS I George Washington Easily Most ' Honored o!'All Great Americans Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladles' Bible Study of Church of Christ meeting with Mrs, Burley Freeman at 2:30 p. in. I Mrs. James H. Bel) having'-Wednesday Bridge club. | Mrs. Fred Rutherford entertaining Wednesday Contract club' at Rustic'Inn. ' i "D" chapter of P. E. O. meeting with Mrs. A. Conway. | . THURSDAY'S EVENTS i Mid-Week 'Bridge «lub mecliiij- / with Mrs'. W. L. Homer.. ' Mrs. Edgar Borum entertaining Thursday contract dub: Mrs.'.M&c Wooteu having Thurs-, day'Afternoon club," ' Woman's. Foreign Missionary Society of-First- Church 'of-the Nazarene meeting, with Mrs. J. L. Tyrone. - - '.-•.-.• : FRIDAY'S EVENTS Stated meeling of 0. E. s. at Hall at 7:30 o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia j 1 tOPR. 1MB BV MAUBYICI.INC. T, M. RIG. U t. TAT Off, - — 4 Have Kennelt Guests Sixteen 'guests from Keimctl, Mo., : were '. entertained by mem- bers'of .the ^Woman's Council of the: First Christian Church at a luncheon meeting at the hall Monday.: '-.;'.. | Cherry blossoms and jonquils were tlie centerpiece of the large table -at which the guests were seated. Tiie George Washington scheme 'was further carried out by an arrangement of cherry limbs and miniature hatcliels do\vn the center of the table. Tlie Rev. 'George \V. Patterson, pastor of .the church, welcomed the . visiting . council members on , behalf ,of-tlie~2t Btythevlllc mem- The cily hall? Tuni <it Hie c;\ucly store, then go a block past the popcorn slant! and one block east of the soda slioppe." W.,Barham whtch Mrs. George a reading, " Bffalts " rlor lo thclr milvrlagc ' iu '. " is famil , y arc then « UCB 'f, Ot , M '' June. parents, the Rev. R. C. Moreheac l {Iaug|Ucr of Bits of News Mostly Personal „ , A to -a Missionary Meeting" Mrs Mrs ' • Iacob /Sxs °" Eva " s ' Jr ' ? hc , TVBkbn f Uc " dccl M-v hutch.iason's Bchoo , A • Iacob /Sxs °" Eva " s ' Jr ' .of Kenuctt, outlined ? Ihe year's-work ot her. group. i" R Following- the luncheon, Mrs. A.'" V. Smith, who is moving to Mon-i- -roe, La., this week, was showered with handkerchiefs. a "" was HoUo " Arras Scliool m. , . - She ma(ic " cr . '! cbul u. Mr. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. . Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. R. M. Beck, Mrs. John C. Mc- Hartey, and Mrs. Charles Wood. ' > » '9 Stuiiy "The Homeland" "me Homeland."^si-os the subject ".' tli" Royal .service program when >the W.pman's:Missionary Union.of the First Baptist church met Monday afternoon at the church with ' leader. . R. E. r,. Wilson, jr., of Wilson, Was graduated from SI. Paul's School, Ccnccrd. N. H., and from Yale University nr New Haven. Conn. Oseeola Society — Personal The devotional on examples from the ii.e.of Abraham was glven'by Mrs. Walter Bishop, who also led ],~^~ • Jn prayer. Mrs. ^lirlha Une n(s-|W's- «<• W. Wallers, l.cinic'r V - Wi'slcymi nnd Bethlehem Houses, ..--. ."Jrtomeland of 00 Years ... Ago" and Mrs, Hattie Heece' told of the "Home"Mission Beginnings: 1 ' Prayer - was offered by Mrs. John Bucjianan, folloning which Mrs. social settlement .institutions bf-lhc Metr.cdist church, in Southern cities, was the subject discussed by Mrs. t,. W. Waller;; at the regular Murray Smart played a medley of meeting of the Methodist Mission- M T . w nr ty , lhc d „ , « »» " - •>' -Old ''Stories of Pioneers," iiud Mrs, Gladys .Threlkeld Burr Itad for the .subject of her talk. "Home Missions and . Saving the IJomeland." . ••'.- 4 The meeting was closed with the group's singing of "America" and prayers by Mrs.. R.. L. Reeder and Mrs. Alfred Carpenter. * . * * 1'cslpont Meetiiig The meeting of the Woman's : . Club which was tc'ncduled for Friday afternoon has ben pDstpocned until •• the first Friuay ill March because of a benefit luncheon to be held at the'. Hotel Peabotly of Memphis on thai day. 'Hie luncheon will be sponsored by the Forrest City district of Federated Women's clubs for the bcne- "ii of the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Library at Dyess Colony. An invitation \o 'Interested women was extended today. *'.''» Have Program On Ntgro Three negro women from Hie Pil-prim Bautist church choir snno at the meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church Monday afternoon 'when they studied (he "Work of Ihe Church Among the Negroes." j The devotional was led by Mrs ». C. McLean in which Mrs. George DillaluUity and Mrs. 'Leslie •>• read appropriate scriptures. The negro .trio, composed of Rebecca Williams. Alberta Penniiwton and Lily Jackson sang "Swing Low Sneel Chariot' anil • sitting ir My Soul.' They were accompanied b- •>->,{„ «rii the program was in ciiarge of Mrs. Zal B Harrison The history achievements, aivt needs of the nc- groes In our countr.\ was discussed by Mrs. Samuel F. Ncrris, and the poem, "Ttachcr." bv the negro poet Leslie Plnkney Hill was read hi Mrs RU-es Allen Circle Three served refreshment during the social hour. • r • Gives Book RcvicW _Mrs O A, D'mavahl reviewed the book, "Sixty Years Amon? the Indians ' at a meeting of the' Woman's iwelgn Missionary society of the First Church of the Nazareuc at • the home 6f Mrs. j. L. Tyrone Thursday altciuoon The devotional, ulilch was lakei from the second chapter of Timo thy. was led by Mrs. Eddie McGrc? or. and prayers were offered b; Mrs bob Tyrone and Mrs, Duna vant. Tho 'nine present included civ new member, Mrs. Billtc Duiiaway 'Hie next mtctjn<! bf this grdii]) wil I'C T\lth"Mrs. \Vllsle Tailor, ,r, ( • •• . * Koeint Atf«Jt»' Art- . on Monday.afternoon. The spiritual lesson was brought by Mrs. II. B. Jonre, nnd a reading given by Mrs. Jimmic Gwaltney. rufbyleriant Study EjiliMiaus CcnlliiuhiB the Bible course in Ephesiaiis which hns teen the tiifly for several weeks in. the Presbyterian Auxiliary. Mrs. George Edringlon (might the lesson Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. A. W. Bowcn. wilh Mrs. liar- Id Ohleiidorf as joint hostess. Mrs. idrlngton anrl Mrs. Ii. C. Bryan iltcnute in teaching the class. Ipiscc'pal <;uihl Sleets "The Blood of tnc martyr!- is he seed of the church", was the ubject of the Bible lesson tniiglu :y Mn>. Joe Cromer at Ihe meeting ./ the Episcopal Guild In the home if Mrs. J. L. Driver yesterday alt- .rnoon. Mrs. Cromer used AcU> i:l-15 as the basis for her talk, fhc business session was led by 1. II. Love-well, president of he Guild. Earili-t Cliclti: Meet lhc four circles of tin- Baptist W. M. II. lm:l fifty-six in allend- Jnrc at (heir meetings Monday iflcnuxm. Circle one had twelve ncmbcrs in t'ne homo Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Morclicnd this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H. Burns have its their guests this week. Dr. and ^rrs. Hugh Beals of St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Deals is an aunt of Mrs. Bums. R. M. Fletcher and Dr. George Cone were business visitors in Memphis Monday. Mrs. Geneva Fowler "and Mrs. E. II. Stephens visited th'e Eastern Slar chapter at Lepanlo last night, Mrs. John Cavender loft for her home in Pearson. Ga.. Sunday night upon receipt of a wire notifying her of Cj'nc serimis illness of her mother. Mrs. Cavender is employed us a member of the faculty of the Reiser school. Gilbert Rogers left (his week for an extended visit with his brother, Maatin Rogers, In San Diego, California. On the way'Out. tie will visit an annl. Mrs.* T. F..Nappcr on Phoenix, Arizona, and an xuicle, Charles Feezor in Mesa. Arizona. Gilbert plans to take it course in Commercial Art in Leu Angeles. The Rev. 12. L. Cole is in Jon?s- this week where he is on the Hy of the Bifclo and Stewardship School for ministers being held there all this week. Mary Elizabeth Balloue has returned* from Conway where she spjnt several days visiting former Classmates in Hcndrix College F»r Miss Pattc E?ans, of 'o.ld-c^Jcct ,of Robert'-Edwara Le XVIlsxm jn of ymson.'.irlll be com plimented with a number of soda Jackson Mrs. Jack-'on (cad- .ng a uiiscellaucous program arranged frcm home and foreign 111(3- .ion magazines of Ih? Baptist -hunch. Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. •V. b, Colbert. Mrs. Bo!> Summer, ind Mis. Dwiglit Bbcku-ooil had parts on the program. Mrs. K. J. Kearney led the Home Mission lesson in circle two in tin- .lome of Mrs. Gilbert Mas)In «-::eic .line were present. Mrs Clem 3owcn nlid Mrs. Aidcn Baker dii- Mrs. Byron Mcrse left today foe Faycttcvllle. Ark., where stic will visit her ton, Byron, who is u student al the University of Arkansas there. Mrs. F. C. Toler is 111 »t | icr home on Kentucky avenue. Mrs. C, W. steer and son, William, and MLss Dovle Parks, of Memphis, and Garner Appleton, oi MCrence, Ala., were the guests oi Mm. Steer'.-' and Mr. Applcton's sisler. Mrs. L. D. Chamblin, and family Sunday. Mr. and Airs. J. R. Rhodes and Msr. Rhodes' mollier. Mrs. Heno Price, of Memphis, visited Mr. and Mrs. Audlc Peek Sunday. Mrs. Edward segraves, of ncai Luxora. who underwent a mafctold operation recently at a Memphis hospital, is now convalescing, .She will arrive today for a short visll wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs Herman Ci-oss. • Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robiusin are returning to Ihelr home in Nnshvlllc, Temi., loday after |iavin ? been the guests of Mr, Robinson' mother, Mrs. Mary Phillips Robin son. since Saturday. > • Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White and Mrs. Gage Clark visited relatives in Paragould Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanley visitCu relatives In Arlington, Ky., over 'the week end. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nichcls ami 'amlly of Kelscv spent the wcekenc "'•e wIHi Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Chiles Mr. and Mi's. Harry Weidman, and .mss Jamie Nichols. Mr, and Mrs. Frank chiles, of West Memphis, spent the .week end with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chiles. Among the out of town people wlijj arc here today for the fniieral services of W. W. Hollipeter are: Mr. and Mrs. l-WHks Davis, .^ql Memphis, Mi's. Elstucr Bealc," of Pine Bluff, the Rev. and Mrt. W. r. Cooley, of Joiner, and Mrs.'ErnV nm Bu'rney of MatisHeld, Mo.'' - : Out'of town people liere yesterday for the funeral services of, J8/ N. Hill included: The Rev. G/G.' Halliburton, and Mrs. Grace. Tick- £tt, cf Clifton. Temi.. Mrs. Henry Ehitett, Mrs. Louise Moore,. Mrs. Evelyn .Grear and Wayne Falkner, of Memphis, Mrs. Floyd Travis anc. Afrl F. Sli'addcn. of Osceoln. ..-Mrs, John Miles Miller went Ip 1 Memphis Icrljiy lo ccnsutl her pliy- slcian. '-. Herbert Hishllll, of Clarkton. .\foi, broiner of Ii. Highnil. attended to uv'neni lierc today. Dr. I. R. Johnson, who hns b?er in Memphis sometime, because-'of Ihe Illness and dealh of his coiisihV Dr. Eugene Johnson, will remain' there for a short time before he and Mrs. Johnson, who is with him, go 'south to continue their vacation which was interrupted by the 111-' nees of the Memphis surgeon. Thei: plans have not been fully made but they will remain at the Hotel Peabody until Dr. Johnson is fully rested], after having been at the bedside of his cousin for a number of days before he died, and they TUESDAY. " ~ * ~~ Rufus Rose Marionettes '/ To Appear Here Thursday To Give Book Review A monthly book review will be „, ,, ayl> , Jelull .. „,. „,,.„_ alm llley held in Temple Israel this Tuesday I win then probably go to the niit o.j.ang at-b o'clock. Rntbi Hernun | coast for a. short time before ce- Pollack will discuss "Tomorrow's turning home. Dr and Mrs Jchn- isread" by Beatrice Bisno. son vcrc V acationin» at San An- :-nc was recently awarded a tonio, Texas, when Dr. Eugene S'i.500 pru.e for this novel. Every-1 Johnson became seriously ill and one Is most cordially invited. | (he Blythevlllc physician who had At the Hospitals Mrs. Evelyn Roberts, who was injured in a highway accident eight ;kiys ago. was removed from Hie Blytlicvillc hospital to her hciuc in Osceola yesterday. Fred Boyett. who underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Blythcville hospital, \v.xs removed yesterday to his home in a Holt ambulance. John Prank Holmes, who underwent an operation some lime ago for""appendIciUs and later wa:, ;,eil- cusly HI from Influent, was removed from the Blytheville hospital to his home yesterday in a Cobb ambulance. He is much Improved. William Harold I-caclivlllc. Ark.. two. of dismissed bceu associated wilh his relative for many years, went to his bedside immediately. i«rs. Johnson joined him later, driving Iheir car back. B. & P. W. Club Holds Celebration Of Birthday The Blisiness and Professional Women's Club of Blytheville celebrated its 14th birthday at a meeting last night at the Elaine beauty shop when a program on "Inler- nalional Relations" was presented In observance of the club's International Week. Mrs, William Bcrrymau. assrlcd Girl Scouts of the Cherokee pa The Rufus Rose Marionettes will aupear li» their production 6t "Hansel and Gretel" Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the City Hall, it was announced today. They will be presented under the auspices of the City Council ot the Parent Teacher associations, A marionette carnival which includes Sonja Henie, Fred Astaiic and Ginger Rogers, a clown, 'a trained seal, a trapeze artist, and « pianist' will appear on the program with the uctors in the story, "Hansel and Crete!." The Rufus Rose Marionettes toured the Southwest last season, and it is said to be one of the most outstanding marionette com- • panics ever lo tour Ihat section. • 1 ne admission for school children will be 10 cents and adults, 25 cents. In Indian dialect, Chicago means wild cnion. Wild onion grew in profusion along the banks of Ihc Chicago river at one time. Mothers! family's co! WICKS W VAPORUB In trc.ititig your family's colds don't experiment or lake needless chauccs... use PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS Although 'the, oiwe-proposeil George Washington Memorial in Washington. D C has been all but forgotten Arising soun on the manorial's site will b; the magnificent new building of the National Art Gallery, mi. avttsfs drawing of which is shown at top. At left « the dome ot the national NKW SPRING YARNS AND FASHIONS By Bcrnat l''KE'E INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Chkkasawba Photic 732 <RITZi Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc i 2tJc Admission Night Itic capitoi in ._ . Washington gave his name. At right is the Washington I ic center • is 'a sketch of the Father" of His Country. The" lower picture shows the monument In .bridge across By NEA Service „ ' »«dson river in New York City. Mount in the Fiji SU ' CCt '" Washington in Greenland Washington Square in Saigon, French Indo-China. On lhc 206th anniversary cl George Washington's birth, "there .re few countries, in the, .civilize:! world where- residents''liave 'not seen, during Ihe" past vear. isorne- thing named after the'first U. s President. George Washington's name hns been given to every, sort of thing commemorate the Father of His fezlcd after more than '«'s^. H is the George Wasliingtoii Me- 1 city that the great man planned- lo dissolve and give ttic $232,000 remaining in its coffers to George Washington University. At one time the association had nioro- than S800,000—made up large- o ,...,. 5lu i. MV- i 'y °f dimes and dollars contributed mortal, begun in 1898 to obtain < °J' American citizens lo honor oi opportunities for higher 1 Washington. as recommended by But the contributions ,slopped — = cn - Ciuuig ni, the association gave up ic.iay tvqrjcinen arc, bttsy clearing ! Ulr ghost. Congress rescinded the i way ihc-foundations' oh Penusyl- l!m(J grant, and busy Washington <"*ima avenue that were all that ilas forgotten all about (he George George Wnshtnstcri:'' existed of Ihe memorial. Rising soon on the site will b" the new National Art Gallery, a gilt to in almost every country, and has'" 10 " alio11 from (he late Andrew been thus honored more Ihan any I " Ie " on - «• other American in history. ' I Tilc memorial association, unable to raise $2.000,000 for coinplc- •«»i ci ihc building: has asked Uic t>. s. District Court to allow it Haider Weakness —Acid Kidneys When your bladder is irritated •»K! you have (o jump out of bc:l t'.vo or three times'every night' ii -......„., ij\_injinv; cjii.Mt i, o" ii6i;i ikimi, wFtttKiri i OUT I'CSt RlKl \'OU fECl tit'"Cl fc'ioisc Barnes, Japan; Mildred Muir, | a!1(i weary during the dav """'" Timc I "en lo Chink of'Ramo,']"'; Brownie Pills for Ihe kidneys because this good old medicine will help I Ins condition and no lime is wasted doing it eithci-. 1C you want lo sleep sound .v night, l;c t) > free fi- om eiaddor weakness and possible rheumatism with kidneys flushing out poisuns freely gel a 35 cent package or Ramon s Brownie pni s for ihekid- ncys—inexpensive and satisfaction guaranteed. Washington Memorial. <.<. .nut tin-. i\ir\.. \,iis (iisiins.,i:tl . from Ihc Blythcville hospital yes-J W .?" lcu s . a >'' n B »' I'"' 1 '- •'J XJlll -JWlllO Ul tut VrllUIU^^V lAt - ,11 * Irol of Troop Seven, was in charge , , , |ra , rclUs - lllc cllil[i >* «" v " of the program. Nedra Berryinan V.^ 1 " y a . !>f"'»c"'. Earl Smith, oi discusser! the International Fcc'or- atlon of Business and lerday. He had bu iticnln, ,-;-cm uneu- Mrs. Roy Parks, who rrtciHlyun- idcrwcnl an operatioii ior appen- ,'dlcitls at the Blytheville hospital. . Sevcnlceri members ,iurt Iwo \ii- fcrs were • present In circle mice ri the home of Mrs. rt. L. n:iy:e shers Mrs. E. L. Coin g.ivc (he ilr- .olioual lesson. Those having a part were Mrs. J. T. Rrcatis. Mrs .ioy Dlllard, Mrs. J f oc McGarrity, aiitl Mrs. T. L. Blake.' Guests wore Mrs. Alec SmitJi aiid Mis. Marshall Slrong. Mrs. C. M. Hoi-ton war, hostess removed lo her home at .103 Kasl Cherry street, yesterday, in Cnbb nmbulancc. Miss Ora Lee Ocdson »-« 6 removed to her home in Oseeola lo- day from tlie Blythcville hospital. Mrs. M. Nelson lias been taken to tt-.e pital, !o lulrlcsn members and uircc guests of circle four at which Mrs. (. 8. "Billion was the .leader ani gave a review of lhc ncaro cclu- .Mtor, Dr. R. T. Pcilard of Scluw, Ala., who died recently. A qm z on Home Missions was given by Mrs George Deer, Mrs. E. If. Stephens' Mrs.. John A. Edrlngton, Mrs' Frank Jordan, Mrs. M. E. McDcar- nian and .Helen Toole. Quests w^re Mrs. E. Webb, M«J Oilffln, and Miss Helen Toolc,: "' 1 • ' • ."'vM; : The Rev. CuririeK'-yorchead, prodding elder of the Batoiyllle dis- trlcV Methodist conference, with Memphis Methodist hos- Mre. W. J. Worton, of Hnytl, has been admitted to the St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. Mrs. Byron Robinson, of Wilson, is a patient U the Memphis Blip- list hoipllal. J. S. Cecil, of Iitixora, has been admitted to the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mrs. J. s. Sshvcdi. of Osccol.i. is a Patient at the Memphis U.iptist hospital. "Organized seme seven ycu;- ;i^c under the leadership of our Natinn- al Fcderallon. the. federation of Business and Professional Women has steadily incre.iscd in numbers and In power until it ^ Ihe largest organi'AUhu of Us kind iu ttic world, including — •-'i>nlelv lO'^.COO member:;, grouped in 2,000 individual organ!; \- llons In 25 countries. "As we 'ot these United euiles pian and work."thai women jvcrv- wherc may learn lo walk lii the fullness of Ihclr power, it is a joy to know- lliat shoulder lo shoulder. and heart lo heart. !hc women of 24 other countries of our International grcup are carrying on the same work for their otvn." Other members of Ihc patrol rii.s- cussed different countries where lh» . i.,d united .States there are more lliaii 125' cities and towns called Washington, and the town- Ehlns that bear (he great man's name arc more than double that number. There arc countless schools, buildings, paries, streets, .^.iraits, etc., named Washington, not only in America but all over the world. But in Washington-U C.—(he many; Jeamiic Baxter. Switzerland; Spain. Birthday cake wilh fruit salad and punch was served .during (he social hour. Hostesses al Hits meeting were: Mrs. C. J. Cox, Miss Marie Warnlsh, and Mrs. J. L. Ncwsom. Daughter of First Dyess Colonists Dies UYESS. -Ark.. Feb. '32-Emogone Fern Smith aged three years. little daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. \v. H. Smith, first colonisls,.died at ttic family home.last night following^ brief illness. The funeral' of': Ilic litllo ijiii. borii,si:or(ly after Mir family'came to the cclsny in-,193.1. will be .concluded by Ihe Rev. byman T. Bav- ger. MethodlM- minister. Burial will | fe in Ihe B.issfll ccincteiT. nc ;i(lr,s her parciils. I .'Ivccl hy a brother. Earl Smith, ol Alabama, -sister?. Mrs. Amos Rfccl:. 1 ;. Earselt. Mrs. Clnud Jewell. Uyrss. two Mfilers !iu;| Uu'ce lirolhcn; i'l borne. ^ Keep a watchful eye on your hipi. i( Ihose lell-lale "middle-age" bulgei begin lo appear — don't ignore the warning. Do something aboul .them before il'stoo late. And the best ihing lo do is— change to Chatis. This odjujtoble con- irollmg gaiment conies in special models designed fo banish hip bulges and give a glove-like lit without aller- alions. 'Phone or write the Charii Studio lot o private, home showing. C. [•'. MICHAEl, 1105 IV. Ash Street niythevillc "Kxdusiyc Hislribulor for Mksis.sippi Comity" BEST BARGAINS CARS 'Ihc Collrpe of I.;iv.'. Uuivcn.ilv of Ciucliiiiati. i-,- ihr oldest west of'llic Allrahenie.s ami i],c fcuiih oldest in the Unilc-i .suites. checks COLDS nnd FEVER first day Headache, .10 minutes. m "-World's Liquid, Nose Drops club Is represented. Tlie foll:-.vinj! girls were dressed In the costume of the country on which thcv spoke- Jacquc Smllli. France: Mary v Relchel. Holland: Ann Dccn GC-- Have some Z\t, 2x6 and 3x8 twelve and fourteen feet Ions cypress lot talc al 112.50 Tier thousand dcllv- ficd in Blythcville, , . G. G. CAUDILL rlionc 797 Annouuclug (he Opening PARKER'S BARBER SHOP . <Jlc:icoc Hotel l!ld|i. Karl i;. Parker, Prop.. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices. on poultry at ail times. SAVE C GASHES MKT. 118 W. Main riiojie ATE 1934 FOR8 U TUDOR "A Satisfaction Gcianmtvctl (jar" Kc'conrlitioned—Allraclivc Anpcarancc I'rk'c S22r> $179.00 Doivn, S12 |>er. Month -ALSO- ''licwolcl Coach $a«9.UO I'ord V-8 Coupe :. .$29l.OU 1LUPS MOTOR COMPANY Hoy Calvii^ Usud Cat- Mgr, . r '"' * Walnut "'. Pliflnc 310 1!l PH Krtded bj B. Hwtes EiMn. Scrttn Pfjjtj Ccwje Briditr.H W/PU.8ROS. fKlOt- 'Trailing Animals" and Conieily Admission Matinee. lOc & Mo Admission Night f60 & 36(3 Weds. 'Happy Landing' with Honja Hcnic, Don A'lji; che, ,fean Hersholf, Cesar R«mcro.. Ethel Mormaii antr Billy Gilbert. Hlars of "One in a Million" in the season's .sensational h ]( .iko I'arainciin( fs'cws & Comedy Adn.issio,, j] a (i,iec JOc Admission Night 16c & 2Gc We. ROXY Admission Always lOc & Z6« Show every night. Matinees Friday, Satnrday & Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday MaUntCs start Z:) 5 p.m. SalnnJay Co:itiniioii» showing from 1 to ill:iO p.m. Night shows start 6:45 p.m. " Tnc.-Wed.-Thur. PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Admitted for Trice i>f I Willi . Campbell Also selected sh»r( s

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