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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 22, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVtLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS George'-Washington,'Easily Most 5 Honored of All Great Americans Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladles' Bible : Study of Church of Christ meeting with Mrs. Burlcy Freeman al 2;30 p; m. Mre, James H. Bell having Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. Fred Rutherford entertaining Wednesday Contract club at Rustle Inn. ' "D" chapter of P. E. O. meeting with Mre, A. Conway. THURSDAY'S EVENTS llid-week 'Bridge club meetiii!,' with Mrs. W, L. Homer., Mrs. : Edgar Borum entertaining Thursday '; Contract club. Mr?.' Max Woolen having Tlmrs-, day Afternoon cluX : ; Woman's ^Foreign Missionary Society of-First' Clrtirch "of - the Nuza- rene . meeting with Mrs. J. L. Tyrone. - . . •' FRIDAY'S EVENTS Stated meeting of O. E. S. al Hull at 7:30 o'clock. Have Kennett Guests Sixteen, guests from Kcnnetl, Mo , were eiHerlalned by members' of the Woman's Council of the : First Christian Cliurch al a luncheon- meeting at tlic hall Monday. Cherry blossoms and jonquils were the centerpiece of the large table at .which the Guests wcro seated. The George Washington EchemeHvas further carried out by an arrangement of cherry limbs and miniature hatchets down the center of the table. Trie Rev. 'George W. Patterson. tiastor of ! (he church, welcomed the visiting council members on behalf of" the 24 Blythcvllle mem- - bers who were present. Mrs. j. c. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia »~-corR.iws aYXCustflvicc.iNC. T.U acc.u.s FAT err. • • 'Tlic city hall? Turn al the candy store, then go a block vast the popcorn stand ami one block east of the soda shoppe." affairs prior to Iheir marriage in his family ave the guests or his Ellis was in charge of the dovo- ']""" tional, following whlclv Mrs. George Following the luncheon, Mrs. A.' „ " - , """ ' V. smith, who is moving to M 0 i,-!. Wn f"" 8 f on ' &ne >oe. La., tins w«k, was showered ^ ™ m]sm £cm of Ml , alM| Mrs R. E. L. Wilson, jr., of Wilson, w'flr, graduated from St, Paul's School, Ccnccrd.. N. H., and from Yale University nl> New Hnven, Conn. with handkerchiefs. Hostesses for the -affair were Mrs. R. M. Beck, Mis. John C. Mc- Har^ey, and Mrs. Charles Wood. Study "The Homeland" ' *iie homelana" was the subject "' tti» Hoyal Service program when \thc Woman's Missionary Union.of the First Baptist church met Monday afternoon at the church w ith iv» w -i. nodjers «s leader. The devotional on examples from the u,e of Abraham was givcn>by Mrs. waiter Bishop, who also led m prayer. Mrs. -Martha Lnne fifs- I.IA a uie •'Homeland, of 50 Years , Ago'' and Mrs, Hattie Recce' told of the "Home Mission Beginnings." Prayer was offered by Mrs. John Bucjianan, following which Mrs. Murray smart played a medley of old hymns on the.piano. Mrs. T. w. J' o»d "Stories of pioneers," and Mrs Gladys llirclkeld Burr had for the subject of her talk. "Home Missions and . Saving the Homeland." j The meeting -was closed with Ihc group's singing of "America" and prayers by Mrs. R. L. Reeder and Mrs. Alfred Carpenter. 1'cslpom Meeting The meeting of the Woman's Osceola Society — Personal Alls. I,.. W.-, Wallers. Leader" I. \Vcslcyan and Bsthlehcni Houses, social .settlement institutions of the Methodist church, in . Southern cities, was the subject discussed by Mrs. L. W. Wallers til the regular meeting of the' Methodist Missidn- Burns. tl. M. Fletcher and Dr. Ucorgc Cone wero business visitors in Memphis Monday. Mrs. Geneva Fowler nnd Mis. E. If. Stephens visited the Eastern Star chapter at Lepanlo last night Mrs. John CavenJer left for Her home in Pearson, Ga., Sunday night npon receipt of a wire notifying her of t'ne serious illness of her mother. Mrs. Cavendcr is cm- ployed as n ineniier of tlic f:iciill> of the Keiscr school. Gilbert Rogers left this week foi an extended visit with his brother Mar.lin Rogei-s. In San Diego, California. On tlic way-out he wil visit an aunt. Mrs/T. P., Mapper 01 Phoenix, 'Arizona; "nnd an uncle Charles Feezor in Mesa. Arizona Gilbert plans lo. take a course ir Commercial Art in Lcs Angeles. The Rev. E. L. Cole is in Jon:s Ijoro this week where lie is on tl '. , . , , , uoro this week wncre lie is on in nry society m the church parlors facll|| 0 , (ht , mio am , slmM on Mondtiv afternoon. The snirlt- „,.,.. c —..__, ,_.- -.,_.*...—.. L -,.L .Club which was scheduled for Friday afternoon has ten postpocned until • the first Friday, in March liecause of a .benefit luncheon to be held: at the .Hotel Pcabody of Memphis on that day. The luncheon W ill be sponsored by the Forrest City district of Fed- eraled Women's clubs for the bcne- 111 of the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Library at Dyess Colony. A n invitation' to interested women was extended today. -.*'•'» Have Program On Negro Three negro women from I lie Pil- •ptim Baotist church choir sau» at the meeting of the Woman's AUX- 1 " nrvuof 'he first Presbyterian church Monday afternoon when they studied the "Work of the Church Among the Negroes." The devotional was led by Mrs a C. McLean in which M^ Oeorgc DilJahimly .and Mrs. Leslie .' ' 'T read appropriate scriptures The negro .trio, composed of Rebecca Williams Alberts PcnnitMmi and Lily Jackson sang • bwing Low, Siveel chariot anu ^in^lng ir My Soul" Tiiev were accompanied O"~ "•'HI* Wi|] The program was in charge o! -Mrs Zal B Harrison rho history, achievements, and needs of the ne- groes In our couilln was discussed by Mrs Samuel F Ncrris, and the po«m Teacher by the nc.?ro p:>et Leslie Plnkney Hill was read bv Mrs. Rives Allen. Circle Three served refreslirasnl during the , social, hour. • .. » ' * Gives Book Rcvitw Mr» O A Dmavant reviewed the book, "Sixtj Years Amon? the Indians ' at a meeting of the Woman's IVireljn Missionary bociely of the Hrst .Chin-ch of the Nazar°nc al • the home 6f Mrs J u Tyrone Thursday, afternoon. The deiotlcnat, ^hich was taken Irom the second chapter of Timo- Ih5, was, led by Mrs Eddie McGregor. and prayers were offered by Mrs bob Tyrone and Mrs. Duiia- Mmt , The .nine presenl. included one new member, Mrs Blllic Dunaway. 'llie next meeting of this group will bo with Mrs Wllstc Taj lor. on Monday .afternoon. The spiritual lesson was brought by Mrs. H. 8. Jones, and a reading given by Mrs, Jimmic Gwaltney. rK.'byteriam: Study Ccnltmilng Ihc Bible course in Enhesinnr. which has teen the tud.v for several weeks in. the Presbyterian Auxiliary, Mrs. Gcoigc Eclrington (might Hie lesson Monday afternoon in (lie home ol Mrs. A. W. Bowen, with Mrs. Harold Ohlendort as joint hostess. Mrs. School for ministers being held there all this week. Miiry Elizabeth Ballouc has returned* from Comvay where sin spent several days visiting formci classmates in . Hcndrix College. Bits of News Mostly Personal TUESDAY', FEBRUARY 22,-1938 • Rufus Rote Marionettes To Appear Here Thursday idrington . . Mrs. R. C. Bryan Afftln Are Planned ^«r Bfi*e-tl«l Mijs Pattc'EjajM, of Memphis, urfafc-utast .ol Rpbert ' Edwara • l<rc ,,\Vt!9pn ?B: of Wilson, wU) be complimented with a number of social alternate in teaching the class. Episcr.jral Guild Mccls "Tiie Blood of tnc uwrlyrs ia -he seeil of His chureli", was the subject of the Bible lesson taught cy Mrs. Joe Cromcr nl the meeting ./ the Episcopal Guild in Hie home jf Mrs. J. L. Driver yesterday aft- .rnoon. Mrs. Cromor used Acts Kl-15 us the bnsls for her talk. The business session was led by .<Irs. J. 11. Lovswcll. president of -he Guild. Eap!i:l Circle;; Meet llin four circles of the BitpUst W. M, U. ha:l fifty-six in ;illenrl- at their meetings Monday .iflmuxm. Circle cue h-jcl twelve .ncmber.5 in the home Mrs. Hale Jackson with Mrs. Jnck'-on leod- .ng a miscellaneous program ar- .'angccl from home mid foreign uii;- .ion magazines of til? -Bapllst .hunch. Mrs. Frank Williams. Mrs. •V. B. Colbert. Mre. Bob Summer, md Mrs. Dwight Bliickwonrt had parts on the program. Mrs. K. J. Kearney led the Home Mission lesson in circle two in (lie .101110 ol Mrs. Gilb?rl Maslin where .line were present. Mrs. ciom 3owtn and Airs. AMeii linker dt.5- jucscd lopira. Seventeen members ami two vu- it;ra were• present in circle three n the home of Mrs. A. L. B;iycc rtier-a Mrs. E. L. Cole gave the de- .otional leseon. Those liaving a part wtrc Mrs. J. T. Tlrcads. Mrs .toy Dillard, Mi's. J ( oc McGarrity ahdf Mrs. T. L. Blake. Guests were Mrs, Alec Smith aiid Mrs. Marshall 'Strong. Mrs. C. M. HorLoii was hostess o t.ilrtejn members nnd llira 1 guesls of circle four at which Mrs. f. S. Burlon was Hie .leader ana gave a review of Ihc negro educator, Dr. H. T. Pollard ol Scliiu, Ala., who died recently. A quiz on Home Missions was given by Mrs George.Deer, Mrs. E. H. Slcplictis Mrs. John A. Ediington, Mrs' Frank Jordan, Mrs. M. E. McDear- nian and Helen Tools. Guests wire Mrs. E. Webb, Mrs.', Griffin, and Rabbi Herman Pollack To Give Book Review A monthly book review will be held In Temple Israel this Tuesday i.juing at-a o'clock. Rabbi Herman Pollack will discuss "Tomorrow's Bread" by Beatrice Bisno, ;--ic was recently awarded a $2.500 prif.e for this novel. Everyone is most cordially invited. At the Hospitals Mrs. Evelyn Roberts, who war, Injured in a highway accident eight stays ago. was removed from Ihc Blylhrvlllc hospital to her hcme in Oswola yesterday. Fred Boyett, who underivrnl .in operation for appendicitis at the Blylhovlllc hospital, removed yesterday to his home in a Holt ambulance. John Frank Halmes. who underwent «» operation some time ago for"appendicUls and later was r.eri- cusly ill from Infliicn'.w, was removed from (he Blythevillc hospital to his home yesterday in a Cabb ainbuhvncc. lie is much improved. Mre. Byron left loday for 'aycltcvllte, Ark., vvhci-c she will Islt her son, Byron, who Is a slu- Icnt at tlic University of Arkansas Ihei'C, Mrs. p. c. Tolcr is ill at hei ionic on Kentucky avenue. Mrs. c. W. Steer and son, William, nnd Miss Dovie Porks, of Memphis, ami Garner Appletoil ol ••'icieiico, Ala,, were the guests of Mrs. SteerV and Mr. Appletou's lister. Mrs. L. D. Chamblin, and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rhodes and Msr. Rhodes' mother. Mrs. Henr> Price, of Memphis, visited Mr. and Mrs. Aiidle Peck Sunday. Mrs. Edward Scgraves, of neai Luxorn. who underwent a nnfilolc operation re:ently at a Mempliis hospital, is now convalescing. .3110 will arrive today for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Herman Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Kobins;n are returning to their home In Nnshvllle, Twin., today ader liavlii' been the guests of Mr. Robinson'*, mother, Mis. Mary Phillips Robinson, since Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White and Mrs. Gage Clark visited relatives in Paragould Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanley visile^ relatives in Arlington, Ky., over -the week end. Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Nichols ah, 'amlly ot Kctscr spent the weekenc -'•e w|Hi Mr. and Mvs. Bob Chiles Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wclciman, ant .mss Jamie Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. prank Chiles, of West Memphis, spent tlic.week end with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chiles. Among the out ot town people •lib arc here today for the funeral services of W. W. Hollipeter. are: Mr. and Mrs. ' Wilks Davis, .-^ql Pine Bluff, Hie Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Cooley, of Joiner, and Mrs.'Em-, ma Buhiey of Mansfield. Mo.-' •— -Oiillof town people here yesterday for the funeral 'servipes -ofvB/ Hill included: 'Tlic Rev. G.* G. ! Hallibiirlon, and Mrs. Grace Tick- clt. cf Cllflon. Tenn., Mrs, Henry Ehrhett,. Mrs. Louise Moore,, Mrs. Evelyn ,Grear and Wayne Falkner, of Memphis, Mrs. Floyd Travis anc .MrS. F. Sliacldcu. of OsceolH. , ; ;Mrs. John Miles Miller went to Memphis today to consult her pliv- Herbert Hightill, of Clarkton, Mo'., broiner of It. Highflll. attended to oriines.1 here today. Dr. 1. u; Johnson, who has beet in MeiSiphls sometime because 'ot the Illness and deatb of his cousin', 1 Dr. Eugene Johnson, will remaiir there for a short lime before he and Mrs. Johnson, who is with him, go 'south to continue their vacation which was interrupted by the illness of the Memphis surgeon. Thei: plans have not been fully made but they will remain at ttie Hotel Peabody until Dr. Johnson is fully rested,, after having been at iht bedside of his cousin for a numbci of days before he died, and they will then probably go to the gull coast for a short (imc before ce- tiirning home. Dr. and Mrs. Johnson were vacationing at ,3an Antonio, Texas, when Dr. Eugene Johnson became seriously ill and the Blylhevllle physician, who had | been associated with his relative for many years, went to his bedside immediately. Mrs. Johnson joined him later, driving their cur back. B. & P; W7 Club Holds Celebration Of Birthday The BXisincss and Professional Women's Club of Blytheville celebrated Its Hlh birthday at a meeting last night at the Elaine beauty shop when a program on "International Relations" was presented in observance of the club's International Week. Mrs. William Berryman. a.v;isted by Girl Scouts of the Cherokee )n- Irol of Troop Seven, was in charge William Harold Utichvillc. Ark., I wo. of rtisinlssed The Rufus Rose Marionettes will appear l» their production ot "Hansel and Gielel" 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 of the '"arent Teacher associations. A marionette carnival which in- ludes Sonja Hente, Fred Astalrc md Ginger Rogers, a clown, a- rained seal, a trapeze artist, ancl i pianist.'Will appear on the program with the actors in Ihe story, Hansel and Gretcl." The Rufus Rose Marionettes ourcd the Southwest last season, incl it is said to be one of the nosl outstanding marionette com- • ranies ever to tour that section : 1 ne admission for school children vill be 10 cents and adults, K cents. In Indkui dialect, Chicago means wild onion. Wild onion grew in >rofti£ion along the banks of the fciigo river al one time, Mothers! family's col WICKS W VAPORUB In treating your family's colds don't experiment or take needless chances...use PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS NEW SPRING YARNS AND FASHIONS Hy Bcruat I'MtEE INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1100 ChicUasawba Phone 702 lltliougli t,o onre pioposed Ccoigc Wellington Mm on] in Wellington D C hi been all but forgctter, .rising s ™,, ou the memorial's site wilt b, the magnificent new building of. the National Art Gallery, nn art.sf, drawing of which is shown at top. At left ta the dome of the national c. At right is the Washington .monument. In The lower picture shows the great George cnpilol in tli^cclty to which Washington gave the center-'Is a sketch of Hie Father of His Country. across the Hudson river in New York City. By NKA Service ' city (lie Islands; a Ljubljana, Washington man planned— npts Washington Square French lYido-China. On the 20Glli "-"•- "nu-Ji- [liiiLjivUJLIS ilLLLIUJilS ;ton in the Fiji to commemorate the Father of His "'"" *""- Country has fizzled after more than j .,/ .tfais' struggle. 1 i It is the George Washington Me- '' I morial, begun in Washington street in Jugoslavia; a Cape in Or ecu I an tl; a to dissolve and give the $232.000 remaining in Us coffers to George Washington University, AC one time the association Ir-id moro-than $800,000—made up largely of dimes and dollars contributed American citizens to honor anuivcrsarv of George Wnshinsbn's . birth: 'there re .few countries In thq .civilize:! j world where residents 1 ' liave VoM seen, during Ilic past year, sonic- - — — thing named after the first U. a. I v ""' a nv ? mlc that were President, ••-•»'••• in 1808 to ofatiiiu' "•-' *i«»ji.tiv.w 01 opportunities for higher I Washington. education as recommended by But the contributions .stopped 0130 Washington: 1 c:iix,ng in, the association gave up George Wnsliinglon's name lia.s been given (o every, sort of thing ,n almost every country, and has been thus honored more tlinn iiiiy] ™ cl1 ' other American in history. 'Icriay v.tyjancn art; busy clearing ! "'c ghost. Consress rescinded -the -away HioTciindatidm on Pemis)'!- lnlltl grant, and busy Wasliinglon all that ilas forgotten all about (he George ever existed of the memorial. Ris 7 . . unnert .States there are more than las cities and towns called Washington, nim the townships that bear the great man's name arc more than double that number. There, are countless ing soon on Ihc site wiiri)'s "the " Clv National Art Gallery, a gift lo Andrew i. » Tlie memorial association, unto raise $2,000.000 for complc- « the building: has asked U. .3. District, Court to allow it Washington Memorial. ladder Weakness —field Kidneys When your tladder i.s nrilaled ancl you have lo jump out of bccl , livo or three times'every night'ji many; Jcannic-Baxter. Switzerland; (breaks your rest and you feel lir-'d Eioise Barnes, Japan; Mildred Muir, | and weary during ti, e t) a y schools, buildings, parks, street.*, .Clients, etc., named Washing- i Ion, not only ill America but all over the world. But in Washington D. C.-tliu Spain. Birthday cake with fruit salad and punch was served during the social hour. Hostesses at this meeting were: Mrs. C. J. Cox, Miss Mario uarnish. and Mrs. J. L. Ncwsom. from tlic Blylhcvillc hospital yesterday. He hart IK^.I ,.i ^-cui pneumonia. Mrs. Roy Park*, win; recently underwent an operation .or appon- Helen Tool.e.'. •• * - : ^. _ The Hcv. ConneV.:forehead, pre- siitns elder of the Hatesyiiie district Methodist conference, with , of tlic program. Ncclra Berryman discussed the "International Fet'tr- ation ol Business and j Women saying in part: "Organized seme seven .vc;«n; ;i$c under Ihe leadership Of our Natmu- al Federation, the Federation of Business and Proli-s- sional Women has steadily increased Kist C'lierry street, yesterday. Cob'j ammilance. Ora l/?c I>c.1son was movcd lo her home in Osceola today from Ihc Blytheville hospital. Mrs. M. Nelson lias umi taken to ti-.c Memphis Methodist hospital. ' Mre. w. J. Wciton. of Hnytl. has been admitlcd to tlic SI. Joseph's hospital. Memphis. Mrs. Byron Robinson, of Wilson, is a patient ul Hie Memphis Uap- tist hospital. J. S. Cecil, of lAixora. has been admttle-1 to the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mrs. J, S. Echvcdi, of Osceola. is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. 0[ 1Ui kind inhcld = i - ••'" ntclv IO - CW| »'c ic-| gmipw i in 2.000 individual or Daughter oi hrst Dyess Colonists Dies DYESS. -Ark. Feb. ~82-Emogcnc Kern Sniilli aged three y;nrs. little (laughter of Mr. aii.1 Mrs. W. H. Smith, first- colonists, .died at the family home last night•'following a brief Illness. The funeral of (lir- .little girl, bcni shortly after.the- family came to the colony in )03l. will be con- diictal by the Rev. Lyinaii T. Bar- ' jer. Methodist minister. Burial will j t; in the TCisselt ccincleiy. Bo- ;j(Irs her parents, the child'is survived by a brother. Ear! Smith, ol Alabama, sisters, Mrs. Amos Tune (lien (o think of Ramon'-; Brownie Pills for (lie kidneys because this good old medicine will l>elp this condition ancl no time is wasted doing; jl cither. If you want to sleep .sound at lught, keep free from bladder weakness and possible rheumatism j" 11 ; H'dneys- Hushing out poisons {, reel >' set a 35 cent package ot namon's Broti-nic Pilfs for (he kidneys-inexpensive and satisfaction guaranteed. Keep a waktilul eye on your hipi. If Inpsetell-lale "middle-age" bulges ' begin to appear — don't ignore the warning. Do something about them before it's loo late. And the best Ihing lo do is— change lo Chan's. This adjustable con- liolling garment conies in soeciol models designed lo banish hip bulges and give a glare-like fil wimouf allei- alions. 'Phone or write the Charis Studio lor a private, home showing. C. V. MICHAEL M05 \\'. Ash Street Blythevillc "Inclusive Distributor for Missisuppi County" SEST BARGAINS CARS Earseit. . Mrs. Cliiud Jewell. Oycss. . two sisters ai>;| llirec home. /Die Collar of l_nv.-. Univcrnitv of Cincliiiiali. r< Ihr oldest west of the Allrghpiiics and I lie rcintli oldest In the Unitrd .suites. lions in 25 countries. "As we of these United elates plan and work, that women ?verv- where may learn to walk in the fullness of their power, it i.s a jov to know that shoulder to tlioulder! and heart to heart, the women ol' 24 other countries ol our Inlcr- nalional group an carrying on the same work for tlicir own." Oilier members of the patrol discussed different countries where lli« club Is represented. The (oll:\vin; girls were dressed iu the costume u! the country on which tlicy spoke- Jncquc Smith, fiance; Mary V RClchel. Holland; Ann Dcen. GCV- Liquid. Tablets Halve, Nose Drops Try "i{ul)-r cliccks COLDS and FEVER Rrsl tlay Ite.idaclie, 30 minutes. li--1 ism"-World's ilcjt I'inimcnl Have some 2.\4, 2x6 and t\8 twelve and fourteen fed Ions cjprCss loi '2«lc «t ffilSfl pec (liousand dcllv- c rci) i n BlyllievUIc. -.- - G. G. CAUD1LL Phone 735 AliliouiJclny (lie PARKER'S BARBER SHOP . Olrncoc Hold Uld». Karl fa. Parker, Prop., QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices o« poultry ai all times. SAVE C GAINES MKT. 118 W. Main Phone TUDOR "A .Satisfaction Gtiarantceil Cnr" Hccniulitinned—Attractive Appcaranci; Former I'rice S^a.^ IW1 OeiLV $179.00 §118 Down. $12 per. Month -ALSO- I ;'•;•"• Uicvrolcl Coach l''ord V'-S Coupe .$2!)!.HU Iloy Calviiij, Walnut ""' Car Mgr. Phone 810 Everything for your enter lainment and comfort, Admission Matinee lOc '? & 26c Admission Night 10c Krtrtri fcj B. Rtnes Fj«m. Scr«n Ptaj ij C wp BritKw. R WUWtDi BROS. VKTW '"l>aihn,- Animals" aim Coirietly Admission Matinee lOc & 260 Admission Night 16 C & 36c Weds. • Thurs, k Happy Landing' with Sonja Hcnic, Don Anic; chc, Jean Hcrsholt; Cesiit Romero. Kthcl Merman antr Billy Gilbert. : ..-. Slars of "One in a MilJion" in the scn-iCn's sensational hit. <Mto rai'nmcunl News A Comedy AdnJiEioii illatiiioc lOc * 2Gc Admission Night 16c «; 36c ROXY Admission Always lOc & 26c Show every night. Matinees Friday, Saturday * Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees star) Z:K> p.m. Saturday Continuous showing: from 1 <p v 'ij;'« p.m. Night shows start 6:45 p.m. I Tue. - Wed. - Thur, PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Admiiled for Price of rf x With Also sclcclcd shorts

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