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PAGE /TWO . I. BLYTIIEyiLLB, (ARK.) .CO I) R I BR NEWS COUB1EK NEWS '.COMFUMENTARY TICKET ''. TW§-Tfck«4 Witt Admit i ' s. Birdno l & Companion Upjnto FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia 4 MTZ 'THEATER —*».!*«— "THE GORILLA" = Miss lUriUn, Honored At Two More P»rtl«s Two,more parties in the group of affairs being given in honor of Miss Selma Hardln prior to her marriage to Clarence Palmer cf So? MJH, Sunday afternoon, v,ere 'given Wednesday afternoon and last night. Mrs. Tom F. Martin and daugn- ter, Mrs. Rupert Crafton, complimented the bride-elect with a tea shower Wednesday afterncon when they entertained 30 guests at the Martins' country home. A yellow and ^hite color scheme vas carried out in the patty^decorations A bouquet of Shasta daisies and baby breath In the center o ?he tea table draped in Maderia cloth emphasized the color scheme Other arrangements of snapdragons roses, lilies and '^arlous garden flowers were arranged about th entertaining rooms. The tea. table was presided by Mrs. Crafton. The two hostess* presented their guest of honor with a bed spread. The B O ' Gill home also at De ^as the'scene of a buffet suppe given last night. Mrs. Oil! is on aunt of the bride-elect. Miss H»rdin's mother, Mrs J. D Hardin and members of her family were guests at the affair. Supper ,as served from the dining table and guests were seated at small i tables arranged on the porch. Glad- 1 icli and hjdrangeas termed the decorative background of the party at which the family gift v,as presented Miss Hardtn^ Miss Cloyes and Fiance Complimented At Supper Miss Roberta Cloyes and Pres- I ton Ramey, whose marriage, will be solemnized Sunday. June 25 were complimented at a dinner party given last night by Mi. ana Mrs R A. Nelson at their home. • In-decorating for the party, Mrs Nelson used a pink and white color , scheme both in hei flowers and m the menu. A bouquet of sweetpeas 1 and larkspur was used m the cen- lei of the dining table at which the four course dinner was sened, while' mixed bouquets of other summer flowers were arranged about the house. an iced drink. Following dinner, tlio, eight guests nlayed bingo in which comical prizes were given. The Nelsons pre sented Miss Cloyes with four salad forks in her pattern « • i» i Elaborate Holiday Dance j Planned By Bachelors Club j An, elaborate holiday dance at the city auditorium Monday night, July 3, Is being planned by members of the Bachelors' club, J T Sudb'ury, chairman of Ihe group, announced today. : Jack Slaulcup and his orchestra, , who on their numerous appearances here have met with a great i deal of favor, will play for the oc- Bits of News Mostly Personal! topped at Kiwcyl)!<\ .T<WV .'«4. nlelil to'"visit relatives imlll Mpn- lay when they will continue to New. York. . . ; Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Lunsford, who lave been residing- at 1501 Main street, arc now making. Ihelr home at 1311' Holly street, • • unary Education of Our Young •eople." Mrs. L. P. I'lemmlng irought a devotional on "Supreme Responsibility Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Geurin and Hosltss To Bunco daughter, Mrs. James Terry, arc spending today in Memphis. Miss Neil Luckclt will leave tomorrow with a party of friends from Memphis for a trip through the cnnadlan Rockies lo Vancouver from where they will go by boat to San Francisco. They plan to be away for three weeks. • Mr, and Mrs. John Deen, who have been residing at 511 Chlckn- sawba street, are now making their home at 217 East Davis avenue. Mrs. Alan Walton returned home Wednesday from points of California where she spent three months. In las Anugelcs, she was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Berry Brcoks Jr., and family of Memphis who have teen out there for several months, and she also vlsllcd relative's In San Francisco where she attended, the Exposition. Miss Virginia. Martin and Miss Zcla crafton are expected to return this afternoon from Little Rock where Miss Martin attended the wedding of a school friend. / Mrs. Frank Greer Is ill at her home, 111 West Walnut street. W. W. Pyles of Hot Springs, spent last night with his daughter, ,,..„.„ I Mrs, Leslie Hooper, and family. He hovs reallv took mo this Umc-r-I lost everyVi\ms ex- wns accomp!ml e(i to Hot spring? . uuja itm.j ,.iy , , _,_ „,„„,,)„ n | by M | S3 Golda. Rinks, who will visit Mr. and Mrs. Pyles at their home. Mrs. C. L. Nabers and daughter, Miss Mary Ann, and George Moore of Parents and Mrs. Gus Cooper was hostess I her Lucky Nine Bunco d»b of Coot er at her home Wednesday eve ning. '' ' The high score prize a buffet, set went to Mrs. Tom Lewis, low score, not holders, and bunco, both went lo Mrs. Clarice Gilliland; traveling bunco went to Mrs. Glynn White. The hostess served pineapple and cheese salad ,ritz sandwiches, and frosted Coca Colas: Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Brown and children, Gene and Joyce, spent yesterday In Memphis. They were accompanied by Mrs. L. C. Spencer who stopped in Joiner, Ark., and spent the day with her mother, Mrs. C. N. Sanders. Church"—Genesis 41:30-34; Deut- ronomy 6:4-7. The members of the Sunbeam band, with their leader, Mrs. S. J. Smith, and Ihc member of the 1 unlor Girls' Auxiliary, with their counselor, Mrs. B. O, Wilkins, presented interesting programs at- esting the work being done for the ung people of the church. Two members of the Girls' Aux- Illnry were awarded arm bands for having completed the work for the award, Ann Glair Wilkins and Georgia Belle Smith. Prayer was said by Mrs. W. I Clark. Citizen Mciriene Goes to France Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bums left lo- day lo spend several days with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burns of Hayti. Mr. Burns, who is employed at Cooper's Pharmacy at Cooler, is on his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Brown and children, Gene and Joyce, left today for several • day s vacation which will be spent in Muscle Shoals, Ala. Knlcrlttiii Club Mr. and Mrs. Sum Bowen were hosts to the members of their Os- ceola-Luxora-Blythevillc club and one guest, Mrs. Elizabeth Sillman, Tuesday night. A -salad plate was served after llic games and prizes'went lo MIL Jesse Brown and Mr. E. C. Bryan, of Osccola. * • [lug Ilookiiif I'arly A group of Interested rug hookers gathered' at the home of Mis Sam Bowon• Wednesday afternoon After spending the afternoon " ig making and exchange of idea ml plans for finishing the viuiou igs, Mrs. Bowcn served sand iches and iced tea. Dr. E. B. Eogan left Tuesday for iiy i\j\ji\ i»*v- v»»*j •(•••••- , — - cept'my good luck marbk. 'Praycr and Fasting" were made by Mrs. L'd Fisher and Mrs. Mildred Mayo. The benedlctlcn was offered by Mrs. Dixie Hicks. Mrs. Taylor Has Party for ADC Club > Members of the ADC club and eight guests .were entertained at an afternoon party given yesterday by Mrs. Albert K. Taylor at new home en Hearn street. A floral motif.was used in the party being emphasized In tallies and in bouquets cf garden flowers in pastel shades. The decorative background for the entertaining rooms wns arrangements of hydrangeas, sweetpeas and nasli^r- ums. High sc:rc prize In Hie bridge games went lo Miss Marina Lee Hall and second high to Mrs. William Young Mrs. L.' E. Old was presented lew score prize. At the conclusion of the games, the hostess served a salad plale with Incss at Hie Baptist hospital. Mrs. Val B. Campbell has re- urncd to her home in McCleans- oro, III., after ten days visit wlin ncr mother, Mrs. W. B, Flimiilgnn, mid sister, Mrs. John W. Kir lug- on. She was accompanied home by her nephew, Ben Flanmgan. vho will spend a few days with ier then go to Jeffersouville, Ind., where he will spend the summer with his' mother, Mrs. Louella Flaimigan. Osceola Society — Personal casion !UU!I£1111. Mrs W. O. Mason • and daughter, Miss Emily Mason, were m Memphis Monday night to attend Ihe graduation of « nephew, William Mason Minnls of Madlson- ville Tenn., from Ihe University of Tennessee Dental School. Dr. Minnls will locate In Harnman, Tenn to practice his profession. Mrs. Mason and Emily were guests of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Strickling and family Monday and Tuesday. Mrs Coy Sclfrcs and Mrs. E. H. Burns spent Monday and Tuesday Hebcr Springs, while Mr. Sci- ircs ami Mr. Burns went on to Litlle Rock on business connected vith the county agent's office. Mrs W. J. Driver of Washington and Osccola has spent Ihe past week at home. She left this morning accompanied by her granddaughters, La Lou and Peggy Jane, who will visit with Iheir grand- iind daughter, Miss .Merlls, will leave tomorrow for a few weeks' visit in the west. They plan to visit Mrs. Nabers' brother, in Ros- \vell, Mexico and will also stop at points in California and other western states. They will be accompanied by Mrs. R. L. Moore of. Tupelo, Miss., who joined them here (oday. .•'•-' ' J. G. Barnes, who was stricken ill last night, is much improved lo,day. He is at his home at 1021 West Ash street. ; Mr. and Mrs. James O. Lentz, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs J. E. Lunsforci here for a month, left yesterday afternoon lor a six weeks' visit in Los Anand San Francisco, Calif. Luxora Society — Personal Little Rock .to confer a Masonic cgree on a candidate of the Trinty Lodge, arid to be In a- school of nstructton for deputy Grand Mas- T. He returned Wednesday night. G. C. Driver has gone to Ft. iilcy, Kansas for a six weeks stay n the National Guard camp. Mrs S J. Smith, Mrs. J. 1. Miff- nii Mrs. L, P. Flemmlng, Mrs. Charles Evans, Mrs. Will Mifflin, and Mrs. C. B. Wood, were In paragould Wednesday attending a meeting of. the Northeast District of Baptist Woman's Missionary Unions of Arkansas. Athol Townsend. manager FRIDAY, JUNE 10, Ip3i). . Rev. Frank G. Smith to Be Presbyterian Speaker The llev. Frank G. Smith, D, 1),. of Omaha, Net)., will deliver llic sermon at Hie .morning service at Die First Presbyterian church Sunday, the Rev. James A. Over- liolscr, pastor of the chinch, announced loday. It Is expected Ihat a large congresalion will hear him t preach as he has made frequent i visits to this community in tne : past. Dr Smilh lias exercised a dls- tinuulshed and useful ministry m the Coneregatlonal churches, In which body lie has held a number of pastorates in very Influential rhurches. Several times before he has preached here, Including the entire month of December. He is visiting now in the home of his daughter,' Mrs. R. P. Klrshner. "Buzz-Stin£ -Itch/;" One of the first things Marlene Dietrich did after recently acquiring U. S. citizenship was lo go lo New York to sail for France, where she will make a movie. Above, Citizen Marlene arriving in New York. I Uso your head, and don't use your fingernails when mosquitoes bite. Scratching may lead to irritation and Irouble. Such pests. When they bite-yon.Itch, then-you scratch, often irritate skill. Be ready to quickly relieve tliia di comfort of non-poisonous insect biles with famous Mexican Heat 1 lei^Soothes-cools-rclieves the its' Also for baby's heat rasn. SVme comfort to thousands. Hen Pheasant's Brood Are Plymouth Rocks Luncheon At Rustic Inn For Visitor Mrs. Will Mifflin. of San Beriia dino, Calif., housegucst In the home of Mr. and Mrs. -J. I. Mifflin was honor guest of Mrs. S. J. Smith and Mrs. C. B. Wood Monday: at a one o'clock luncheon at the Rustic Inn, Dlythcvllle. • The luncheon, tables arranged in YAK1MA, Wash. (UP)—It's con- .siriercd almost normal nowadays Atno. -lowi^m,. ,.,„....„,. of for state game departments to Cotton Belt Railroad, and Mrs llen c i,ickens to halch thousands . <ntc r. Sarah Mae Townsend, past Grand ol peasants lor distrlbulion over \ hverythmg IOT_ywur_ ^ Matron, Order of Eastern Star of| gamc fields. But it's unusual when a hen pheasant reverses the operatirn. W.-rkcrs found sush a family iVlilli uii| vyi^tti ui. u.niv^i -» — --- - i Pine Bluff. Ark., were guests .of Dr. and Mrs. E.'R. Bogan Thlirs- r ery Hung lul j"«- tainment and comfort. day. iji . \vi;iKtit, luunu j..^.. Fred Keller and Paul Karnakark, slrutlmK around' on a ranch of St. Louis, were guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smith. ' Dr. and Mrs. Bogan 'accompan near here The chicks were .Plymouth Rocks. The pheasant apparently ;d the nest from the hen the eggs. i., v . --- - - .j.. nnn ivus. nuiiivii «tc»-viiitJ'"" v a U shape had centerpieces of ob- • Fo lcr del)llty long white pottery bowls filled with [°> lccUlrcr of the Fifteenth, dis- variert colored: sweet pens. Other guests were Mrs. Russell Bowcn. Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mrs. May Bowen- Thompson. Mrs. Joe '^ici, and „. the Flftee. i. lima Bandy, worthy iccola O. E. S. will go IIPS June 19. where Grand Mrs. Carlisle to I5« Honored. The final party in the series of pre-nuptial events that.have been given in compliment to Mrs. Rulh Hale Carlisle, whose marriage lo K H. Riley is lo occur lomorrow They '•were accompanied by Miss Sara Lunsford, who will make the California trip with them. '••:•"Mrs. Cora Boyd Is spending sev- 3ral weeks in McAlister, Okla., and; <J\her points in Oklahoma and Kansas. • ( ; .. , ...•,..Mr. and Mrs, Lewis'Rogers have jonc to Steele to make their home. Mr. Rogers wlll'be-connected with e Huffman Brothers Lumber parents weeks. in Washington afternoon evening ,,. ... Francis has been named general chairman of the affair and will be assisted by members of Ihree committees Ulho Barnes, chairman of.the advertising corn- bridge party tonight by Mrs. A. W Bowen and : her sister, Mrs. E. R. I Smilh, Jr. in the Bowen horns.. pink roses and sweet peas will be used in decorallon of Ihe horns. To furlhcr emphasize Ihe color Andrew and George Florida were business visitors In St. Louis this week. They were accompanied t>S ihplr neiihew, Buddy Mason. Mrs O W. Knight will go lo Pontotoc, Miss., Sunday to be the icr mother, Mrs. T. A. for a week. Mr. Knlgnt home Sunday night. . reUirnlng Presbyterian Bible School Opens Monday using UULU- -- --- i,u\i him 1 note of nuuee, nas WUIMIIB n«n l 'im - c f r(;s j, mcnls am ] bridal James Edwards, Robert Reeder and be see.i m reircame is a Bill Hunt. Clarence Webb and Lee,P«ce cards ^aua au ics ni Warrington are members of the 16« *** ««r p™^ • Hall'committee while Simon Joseph ° ' ^ ° t J ^ ultel sct . and John Ben Bomar will attend ollt . 0sMov , n eucs ls'are to be (erlan cmlrcll . „>,,„„„., to the-decorations. Mrs Maxme MC Haney and Miss Svmday school Council, assisted by Cnnle Mae Hires of Luxora and lhc n ,i,,i s tcr, the Rev. James A. Virs. Aulhur Rogers of Jackson, Over h;;iser, have cooperated In Miss, sister of Mrs. Carlisle, whol planulng , )lc sc hool which will :ompany. • Mrs. Tom A. Little and daughter, Miss Virginia, are spending today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Stokes eft yesterday on a ten days' vacation. They plan to visit in Rector. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rash Id and children, Marlann and Gcorglann, and Miss Rosaline Rashid of Fort rfadison. la., spent the weekend hero with Mrs. Rashtd's sisters, Mrs. Jack Saliba, and family and Miss Rosctta Hamon. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham left yesterday for New York City where they will spend about three weeks at the World's Fair. They Mlriliu, Mrs. Sue Brown, and Mrs. Joe. S. Dlllahunty and Mrs. Clara Louise* ; Davis, of Blythevlllef and Mrs. W.' L. Walters, Mrs. S. L. G\ajdish and Mrs, Dwight Black- ,wdod, of Osccola. Five progressions of bridge were played with Mrs,, Russell Bowcn making lhc honor stfore, "-Thompson, second honors, Mrs. Elliott Williams, drawing consolation. Mrs. Mifllin was presented a gift. I Mosquitoes You Awake Nights? 1 Here's what lo (!o.' Brtoro retiring, close "1 MrndMra»nd»-tado.*y«a.Cood_s_pr». fill lh« room i Witch Society Paje Of Courier Newi F«r Free Show GuetU f District Baptist Group Meets At Jonesboro Mrs. and W. M. S. Meets A number of Blylheville women were in Jonesbcro Wednesday tot the Northeast district Baptist Woman's Missionary Union meeting. Mrs. T. E. Tate, of Armorcl, prc sided ever lhc affair. I Among Ihose .who went were- Mrs. Tom.W. Jackson, Mrs. C. G Is Guest of Club Mrs- F. L. Engler was a gilesl of Mrs. G. G. Caudill yesterday afternoon : when she entertained members of the Thursday Contract club |l| with a party at her home tj Bridge was played in rooms dec- ' ' wers. Re- orated A Vacalion Church schcol lir children of the ages four ihrough 10 sixteen years will begin next Monday morning at the First Presbyterian church. Members of tnc te te prog m «s ou , e' Royal Service magaiine, "Mis- herd and Miss Sue Ramey. summer flowers. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in which Mrs Edgar Borum received high score prize," 1 t « • Surprised Witli Birthday Party Mrs.' Ida Snider celebrated her 66th' birthday at a surprise party given lastnight at the home of her daughter,'.Mrs. Noble McCullar and MK McCullar at 111 East Vine ^m It! street. R. I ' The guest of honci uas led Into I' I the dining room by Mrs. McCulla ^i where she found the table covere Ii! \vllh gilts and illuminated by can- 11 ' dies on her birthday cake. Fcr decorating the rooms, sweetpeas and jellow.rcse buds were used The. guests -who included a number of her friends as well as members of her family played games. Birtriday cake and ice cream were served. » • * I]! Daughter Born i s to be her matron of honor. Attend Water Carnival. Amon3 the large number who attended the Waler Carnival at Walker I'ark in Blytheville Wednesday night were Jim Bunn, Willam Bard Edrington, Dixie Leei jiiinn, Edna Ay res, Jane Wealh- crsby, Nancy Snow Wilson, Geno| Qulnn. Josephine Frailer, Calher- nc Harwell, Earl Morrison, Monroe Maxwell, Jack Mitchell, Joe Brown Gwlnn, Pleas Huckaby, George Florida, and Clementine Bowen. • M i || i uaugmer »orn [j] A Daughter was Wrn Tuesday lo If ! Mr. and Mrs. Herschcl Caldwell at the DUke hospital in Durham, N. C The baby has been named Carol This is the second child of the CaldwClls, the first being a son Mr/Caldaell fcrmerly resided here ,- * W. M. S. Meets "'Members of the Woman's Mis slonary society 'of the First Chuic Attend Convention. ,v C. Bryan, president of the Rotary club, and Mrs. Bryan. HJ. Hale, president-elect, and the Rev. L. T. Lawrence, secretary, will i«ave Sunday afternoon for Cleveland, Ohio, where they will attend Ihe annual convention of Rotary International. The Rev. Mr. Law- icncc will be the guest of his nio- her, Mis. L. C. Lawrence, while n the city. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mason and aughter. Miss Martha Mason, will rrlve Sunday to be the guest of his brother, W. C, Mason, and Mrs toson. Mr. and Mrs. Mason, who Ive at Erwin, Tenn., \vlll stay only planning uic am*^ —- begin each morning at 8:30 o clock and close at 11 o'clock, running through June 30, it was announced U< Members of lhc church wlu will assist in the school arc: Miss Blllle Beginners; Mis. Ross ,, c , u ,.o'. Miss Betty Saliba, Frluia- •les- Miss Emma Kate Richards, luniors- Mrs. James A. Ovcrholscr, Mrs John Vendes. Intermediates. A few others will assist later, the Rev. Mr. Overholser said. Blue and red ribbons will bo given to Ihe students wh» altend each mcrning and who are on time for all classes. The program will Include study, handwork, rcc rcatlon, and music. the best SHEER value of the met at the enure hrce days but Miss Mason will remain for a longer period as the ;uest of Miss Emily Mason. Miss Martha Jane Cartwrlghl is the guest of Mrs. Frank McDonald in Little Rock this week. Mis. Thomas T. Wilson ol Liltle Rock and Mrs. W. P. Colton of Memphis arrived Thursday to be At The Hospital* Walls Hospital Nancy Jo Hamby, city, admitted. Mrs. Addte Dunn, Huffman, admitted. . ' Mrs. C. A. Klnnlngham, city, ad- '" John Roberts. Holland, dismissed Mrs. C. L. McCain, Manila, dismissed. . Ulythtvillc Hospital Miss Mildred Burnette, city, ad Memphis Methodist Hospi Onlsca McKay. Steele. admlltei Morion T. Utley, Holland, ad iiiittcd. ST\bM?' S' r - ' c'.iam^ M d . in ni on the ^Vafcluvord, Robert Grimes, Mrs Theodore love of Christ constrainelh gan and houses; ,est M rs Ber i-vpn members were pres- Jackson of Rock Island, III., Mis. tie prog m «s outline 1 ,! in Otis Shepherd, Miss Wynetle Shep" e. I $ •$- I * '» .' ' FRIDAY, JUNE 16 150 GOOD KKASONS Why you should attend ^' show Matinee or Night ce Ilrand really kills flics Hiilors ami other " ale totiBcm Ihe home. Don't ,-aste mcmey on cheap, weak, mclly Btufl. Get 1!«J Brand and get rirf ot Hies. Insist on lie penuinc, qQicK-Kimng lee Brand Insect Spray—m the reit and yellow can. ll_» ^old with a Etiaratil /nrljon or l/oi'r M NOTE: Von ran nlra kill firs and rijw.|i»- tors tt« u-ril a» roat)ir« ancf <inH, rnili Hc» Brand Insect /'ou-rfcr. fitnif ((irtclroiuMCan. Admlbslon always lOc ft ' Mallnnes Fri.-Sat.-Sun. Dust Causes Fire Alarm HARWICH. Mass. (OH) spending lo an alarm sent 011 from a fire observation tower 11 Ol iri5 ISBZrBUJlH; Ultfr OV Vl*\. VllW-l V»l illtlH|Jiii.l "--• •<-'-i «. iiwi VJUH,. ^•^ -•- 1IUIIL « i.i" -~ Thursday afternoon fcr a program the guests of Mr. and Mis. Tal, East Harwich, lhc on" "Prayer and-Fas ling." Tongate for several days. Miss. crs found Road —.. Tlie" 'service was opened with a,'Alma Gee of Memphis Is musing 1 Alton Hall and Ills men ------ 'sohz folIOTed with prayer by Mrs. Mrs., Baltic J. Lynn, mother of the road. They were scraping « Willie'Taylor The devotional was Mrs Tongate, during her conva- 60 • much dust that the fire . »* ^4n ^Mts SL to«raw. Talks on lescent period .following a serious- lttKV(!rs mistook it. for smoke. 79c Sl.OO $1.25 Women who sliop for com- parltive values pr«lcr iheso ntw iWers by Uovcdtmn. You, too, will wanl no olHcr hose once you put them to (he acid test o( long >vear. Note the unusually lovely attention (o detail in (lie 1acc Ions—seams and (ecu W F •i .S .Electricity Sets the Pace/ ; ln Modern Home Cooking Friday - Saturday TUNEFUL... THR1LLFUL SAGA OF THE MOUNTIES! , ;-i _. -. f Also selected shorts Admission Matinee lOc & 2Gc Admission Night 16c & 36c Saturday , t. Less -work — mots leisure. ^ Amminf economy, a,Akitch<,nti™r, a to*y"»°' 6 . G!o , ioas c , eanlil , es!i i HolmfwKING METHOD CkN GIVE WV PC "Ltcic heat is dean he*. Po« and pans rtw ctan, br lg h t; tatch.n, clean longer, with less work. oticc its rounded comers and -,n Ciirloon ft serial "Lone lU Hides -Again". Continuous sl>« ituriiay. ...... Sunday - Monday RKZ BROTHERS THE CORIUfl mtlA IOUIS! • PHSt Hit' ISlllOtOSl mm ««HOii . TOO/ WftLPOLE ELECTRIC SHOP ••-.'•', I'lioue 3t I 110 S. Second >lso rarlimii * serial "Buck K"S." Cnnlinuoiis show. Admission li» n:()0 p.m. lOc & 26c Artmisiion after 5 p.m. IGc & 3lc Sunday-Monday ...Prize Musical Drama ol A Col- orlul Era:.-With Also Paramount N'cws & Comedy Continuous shew Sunday Artinis. Sunday Ml ilay l(ic & 3«c Ailmission Mondny Xiglil IGc ft 3ijc Admis. Monday Matinee lOc ft 26c

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