The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 26, 1938
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PAGE TW? BLYTBEVILLB (ABK.) COURIER NEWS . COURIER NEWS , COMniMSNTAKY TICKET This Ticket WUl Admit Mr, vi<J Mrs. T. A. D»vls C«y -lo the— ' RITZ- THEATER • •' tO>Y8 AGAIN" FLAPPER FANNY ' By Sylvia ii .. , ii CW- 19H BY NtASCRYICC,WC- r. M. «IO U 5. PAT. Off. ~~ • Social litONDAY'S • EVENTS Woman's Missionary" Society or First Hetluxttji church meeting at 2:30 p. in. at church, Larige, central, and • Sudbui-y Parent Teacher associations beginning ' "annual . study course ut 7:30 p. m: at Home Economics cottage.. V ' ' : Berean Sunday School class of First Presbyterian . church meeting with Mrs. D. C. McLean at 1:30 o'clock. 1 ; " • ' • ..' * : TUESDAY'S EVENTS Young Matron's .Bridge Club iueeting witii Mrs. Murray Smart. Mrs. 'Hunter 0. Sims entertaining v the Tuesday Bridge club. • # * WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. . JVnswqrth fllaek having the; Wcd.ue.sfliiy Bridge club. Wednesday Contract club meeting with Mrs. H. A- Taylor. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs., H. H. Houchins cuterlain- ing Mid-Week Bridge- club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. J. E. Hassoo. • Mrs. Everett B. Gee having Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mi's. Louis Applebaum. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertaining the Tuesday Night Supper club. .jeWish .Lsciies' A(<1 meeting at home of Mrs. Max Borowsky In 8:QO o'clock. Sudbury Parent Teacher associ- - ation meeting at 7:00 .o'clock nt school for supper and father's night program. FRIDAY'S E.VENTS Woman's; club having luncheon. at r.W o'clock at 'the club Jiouse. Organize New Club Tommie Dean Hatcher was elect- ' "She's always dressed right, yql she looks nil wrong." ,"She doesn't think it's ;is important to have her clothes fit lior .oe tn I'll iViA npr.isinn." her as to )H the Woman's club was turned into a barn by members of Hie B. P. P. club for tlisir dancing party. The aflfllr, which ,b.ega;i at f|:00 o'clock, ended at 1.00 n. m. with an Intermission, al 11:00 o'clock. Several parents of tho members were also guests at the party. They were: Mrs. 15. R. Jackson, Mrs. L'toyd V, Wise, Mrs. L. II. Moore. and Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. Mc- Cutchcn. wn, m.r-,1 of honor at birthdavZrtv at l.te one yest^dav an"rnZ y in cele nome sesteroa) atternoon. In cele- Hayti Society — Personal W. »J, 0. Alci^s The Woman's Missionary Unioi ot the Baptist church met Wcclncs organ- ed president of lh.e Ing; rtejd Ttursday .attemqon at ','^ v her l*me' Qther officers chosen „„.; weie. Rbsje Sallba, vice-president; Kathleen Baker, sccretaiy-treas- itter; vRuth Slgman, reporter. The club, which will met once a week.-in Hie homes of tftc volous i members, has ehosen the ,apple blossom for its flower and green nnd white for Its colors. Cards were played following the' business session. The hostess ervert n salad plate to the members nnd otje guest, Miss Mary'Bain. The' next meeting of this group ..111 !_-_ I - i I. . . - -I * ....... „-_.....,... _......„...„ brallon of his elgMh birthday dall . ... ..,.„ Mrs. R. L. Gilbert, president, was during which, reports Bits of News Mostly Personal Jehu Reardcn, of Lcachville, at- :cn:letl to business here yesterday. Mrs. Frank Asher has been ill at icr home from Influenza since 1 ucsday. Mrs. B. A. Hugg, Mrs. P. L, Hus- iwnd aijt! MIS. j, q. Barnes were who LAKK' STREET' METHODIST CHURCH !•'. M. Sweet, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Morning worship, 10:30 a. in. Young people's meeting, 0:3(1 p. m. , Evening worship, 7;M p. m. Missionary society. Monday afternoon at church, 2:30 o'clock. Mid-week prayer meting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in. We extend n cordial welcome to all to come and worship wilh us. VDIK'I! I'KKSUYTEHUN CKUltCil S. II. Salmon, Vaslor "Beneath The Gross Of Jesus" K the title of Die pastor's sermon for the Morning worship hour beginning ill 11:00 o'clock. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, Descendant, of a President Is Wed . Women's Clubs, at the Peabody. , H, H. Hoiichlns went In Mrs. Russell Phillips will return ™nX°lhc today tronrNashvllle-, Tenn., whete coml)I<:le lnc die has teen wtt!j |ier mother. Mrs Gcoree R. Calhoun, who recently underwent a major operation. Mrs, Calhoun lias been removed from the hospital to her homo la Nashville, llvcred In the evening worship / which begins at T'.'M o'clock. Hot '^IKJ Sunday church school ut 8 Ul B 5 "' '"' Mrs. Byron Morse will return tonight, tram FeycUcvlllo, wiicve sliu has been visiting her HOD, Byron, who Is a student at the University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stokqtt, and son, Bobby( sue leaving tomorrow for Memphis. They pian to be gone a week. Mrs. W. J. Wunderlicb went lo Memphis yesterday afternoon to be the guest of her sisters, Mrs. Estelie Cooke Volmer and Miss Rose Lou Cooke. She is expscted to return today. Miss lylnry Frances Emmous. of Memphis, is the houseguest ot Miss CHRISTIAN SCIKNCE SERVICKSi 71)8 W. Main ' "Clu-ist Jesus" is the subject- ol Ihe Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Chris), Scientist, on Sunday, February 27, 1938. The Golden Text is "We preach r.ot ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord; and ourselves your servants lor Jesus' sake." II Corinthians 4:5. •. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is tho following' from the Bible: "Jcsiij Jeanctla Jean week end. Sebaugh for the 0. O. Smith, who recently underwent an operation at a, Memphis 'hcspilal, Is Improving rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Nelson returned yesterday from a week's wedding trip through Texas and day, nt Ihe church. The Ruth Han- Mexico. Mrs. Nelson was formerly ''"" "'•"•'" '"'' "- v1 -""" ' ""' Miss Mary Catherine Martin.' Th( , ,, „.. will be al the hgme of Jones .Thursday afternoon. Peg sy Surprise* With Bifthday Farty Miss Doiq thy Ry lee wa s s surprised with a birthday party Thursday night at her home by members ol the Y. W. M. S. of the First Church ol- He Nazarene, and their husbands. Spring flowers were arranged about, the living room where the guests played games. A plate luncheon was served by Miss HyJee's mother. Mrs. W. c Sylee. * « « Entertain Again Mrs. Russell rarr and Mrs. Jos D. Trieschmann entertained yesterday afternoon with their second party, this week, the first one having been given Wednesday afternoon. Both affairs were given al the home of Mrs. Parr which was attractively decorated with bouquets of spring Mowers made up of narcissuses, snapdragons, freesias. and jonquils. A tulip, sehcnie was carried out in the other decorative details of 1*e two bridge parties. A gayly covered flower pot was in the center of each table and from a emerged four different colored tulips, which proved to be the tallies for Ihe afternoon. On the score pads, a replica of the lulip centerpieces .appeared. In. the bridge games Friday afternoon, Mrs. Edgar Borum received a musical powder box for hich score, and Mrs. W, D. McCiurkin P. crystal dresser set, [or second Wgh. The table high prizes went !o Mrs. Eddie Regenold, Mrs, F B .Joyner, Mrs. mfcy B. Jongs. Mrs Matt Monaghan, Mrs. Jj, H. Moore Mrs Ed Williams and Mrs, N. B Menard, who were presented sport handkerchiefs folded m the lorm of a tulip and arranged in a cluster of color in a -low bowl. The loitesses served ;i salad plate to the guests who included three tea gvesls. Mrs. !>;,«! L Tipton, Mr. Marlon 'Williams am Mrs T H. Haynes. * * * Entertain School Friend!,' Ernestine Halsell and Smltli entcrlaincd ten of Demonstration Club News Notes -. „ C nmra d" 1 ;- Shirey, Mrs. A, G. Sanders, ..... v, «'L" B MrG ' s - B ' Nethery were appoinled birthday cake ny-mliors of a social committee. A constitution was adopted, and plans were made for the week of prayer, which will start February 28. Mrs. L, B.,Jeriilgan dismissed the group with prayer. To Obscivc Day of Prayer The World Day ot "prayer will be observed Friday, March 4, with Mrs. C.' S. H. were given today. Mrs. A. Cl.' — and ' . Stevens and Mn. Numijcv Nine "Raising lomically." A newer exchange was held dur- ng Ihe social hour, at which time, Mrs. Jnckson served n salad plate with coffee. The group will meel March U with Charles Langslon, jr. W. J. , -. - . with Mrs. Norton: a patient in Hie St. Joseph hospital. She vfill undergo- an operation Saturday. . „_ Mrs. Hassell DeWcese. Miss Mil"Outlook lor 1938" al the' drcd DeWeese and guest, Mrs. Eve- mcctins of (he IJaswoCil Home '>'" Lummert, of St. Umls. spent Demonstration dub al (lie home o! Friday in Charleston with Mrs. L! Billy Fourteen members attended the lemonstrntion club at thc'llome ol Mrs. T. F. Jackson Wednesday afternoon. church. Mr y meeting at the Christian ret ' lclc »ls of this cit ,lrs. w. M. Huffman will ° cooptrale in Ihe Grape %rtie Has AWived; 'Is Ready ,Foi p/ Planting 'Now * The 'crane myrtle, ordered by tho Blvthcvilte Garden club tor refUtcnls of this city who desire unto the Father, bill by me." John The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following Ipassages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key lo Die Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: ""Wearing 1 in part, u human form lib lit is, as it seenm! to mortal view), .being conceived by a 1m- nian mother. Jesus was the mediator between Spirit and the llcsh, between Truth, and error." Page Christian Science program is According to an American scientist, you can consume 43 cups of lea a day \riUiout risk of injury, if you arc ol average weight. 666 315. broadcast each Wed. at 11:15 A. M. over KLCN. TEMPLE ISRAEL Human Pollack. Kubbi 1:30 p. m. Sunday school d;iM,cs will meet. There will be a rchears- il of the Furlm program. . ,3 p. in. weekly services will be hjld. The theme of the sermon Salve-Nose Drops SALVE for COLDS price 10 C & 25c Everything tor your entertainment nnd comfort. ( Admission Matlncc lOc & 26 Admisslou Nlglit 16c & J6o The former Sully Ann WiJlijuns, great-grjinddnughtcr of President Benjamin Harrison, In the bridal gown she to William Michael Connors, of Troy, N. Y. ding took • place in the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D. C. The briilc is a daughter of Mrs. Harrison Williams, capitol society matron. wore at her marviaee The fashionable wcd- o'cioak, Dan Dimkin. and E. D. Per- . Year", after which plans were made FIRST BAPTIST CH.UHt'H Walnut and Uighth Hcv. Alfred Carpenter Vaster 9:30 a.m.. Sunday school IC:40 a.m. Morning wcrsliip. Music,~"Let Us Sing", choir. Offertory Sermon—"A Sacred Trust'', j.wili be: "Psychology of the Mir. 1 -' pastor orlty" discussing: a recent article | : ' 0 : 3 6' p.m. Training Union by Maurice M. Feuerltcht on - 1 -attitudes of minority people. ^ AMIS. \V. ftJL. rtllillllLLlt WUl ,, •—«•••« *•» vm, i/miEilli^ m present '(lie program, assisted by , SK bus . Uwi U>™»ghout the city. Mis. J. W. Golden, Mrs II B >* ve avwxi. Thoy can bo ob- i'ouncen members attended the Mnslcrso-.i. Mrs Bert Hn'll /Mrs ' a1 " lc( ' Iat IJ|C residence of MV. aud mcstmg of the Number Nine Homo rj 0 n Cliamn Mrs Jessie WailAiW • A ' Uwh - w43 West Main v y| c The meeting was presided over n 0 yal Ambassadors Meet by Mrs. Earl Bean. Mrs. J. D. The Royal Ambassadors met Kri- Hemby read "A Prayer For Lips" day at the home of Mrs. Paul Gel- ailrt Mrs. Albert,, Hojlmgsworlh. (ings with one guost, Mrs Vernice rn.iii.-v rtairman, led a discussion stanflH. present.-Russell McDonald Baby Chicks Eco- opened tlie meeting with prayer, ami. Miss Wanda Mills presented the projram. wllli Bobby Huber. Resimlld Pruictt. and Russell McDonald participating. Refreshments were served during (lie social hour. • • * Norton spent Thursday llcgwnod Miss Cora Lee Coleniim. comity r.oinc demonstration ogem talked on the ' ~ •' ' . t was. announced that the tush- would be 39 cents each but When the order was made tliere were no mow available and the club had to pay 50 cents for them All persons asking for plants may have them but it is not coaipul- scry to lake them since they were more expensive than was first an- Mrs. Raymond Stringer Wednesday Bflernoon. Freeman. Mrs,. DcWcesc remained with her mother. Mrs. Iris Gingham presided al XIr: '- Mecca Davis returned Wccl- the meeting in the nbicnce of (he I nc£:lay from St. Loui*. where die president, Mrs. J. A. Payne, Mrs. visited friends. W. H. suggested Die scllinr; " Mr. jlud Mrs. Fred Glasscock and >f Sunday eggs as a means of rats- sc ». Mack, returned Thursday from !ng money, prayer was uttered by j i3t - Louis, where Mi 1 . Glasscock at"•" ' 'i tended a. hardware convention. Mrs. W, R. Limbaiigh is spending tho week in Pwahonlas as guest of Mr. and Airs. Ray Limbangli jr.. Mrs. W. S. Langdon. A Sandwich plate will) i; C t c. lwv ?'-alo was served during Die so- :ial hour to 1(> members and two uests, Mrs. Pal drear and Miw Barren. On March 9, [he group will meoi vt (he home of Mrs.' John Burks. Steele^Cooter Society—Personal _ accompanied Diem home j Tuesday. . , i Mrs. Etta Gcigcr. ol si. LQiiis. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Norton and family. Miss Adeline Slantlll. of Memphis, i;- spending the week end wilh her mother.' Mrs. OKi Stanllll. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Rankin h.wc , The plants, which are almost feet m height, win bloom Ibis year and arc of watermelon shade. They are ready for plant- jug and purchasers are asked to have their ground ready before Being tcr them as the roots should not dry out. H is. suggested that lliev be planted so lliat they may be" seen from the street, in carrying out the plan of having every yard in the city show a blooming craps myrtle at the same Um«. The 100 donated to Ihe citv by Mrs. Leech will also be set" out in public places during the week At the Hospitals Mrs. E. J. Browne, who lias been witc ill al the Blytneville hospital, was removed lo her home in a Holt ambulance. Mrs. Sterling French, of Yarbro was taken to the BlyUicville I pita! ' -- • A day. Mrs. Albert Jolly is a palicni t | the Blytlieville hospital. Mrs. Ney'HiHil has be™ admit, ted to the Memphis Baptist i u)s : Blvtlicvil loinance Announcements liave teen received here jif Ihe birlh of n daughter to Mr. and Mrs. 'v. w. Cole, of Spring Hill. Tenn. in the Humholdt hospital. Mrs. Cr-te. [01- Incrly of here, is Hie daughter iif- II. S. Taylor, who has returned from Humtoldt, where he visited her. Mr. and Mrs. V. I. Davis. C. S. Albrilton and son. ITiomas, have returned from Carson. Twin., ---------- .„„. ,,-v., ^Ji IIU.II Junior high- home room tricnds last night in the private dining roou ol the Rustic ,41111. During tlie evening the guct>ls gaincs aud danced. their "here they attended the .of a relative. . . A sandwich plate, with Iced drink Was served. - attending to business. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McCann and soil, Charles, rJ Matthews, spent Friday with relatives. They were accompanied home by Ihcir rtiui°h- .^pprpxunaie-iy-125 'farmers , 1UI ^^ u^ ""' S1 "™' "" ^armcrelles", square 4«nccd among L_ '•" " of nay last night when the Read Courier News Wan: Ads. Joe Russell. Albert Vaughn. Or"" Hall and Lloyd I3oolh 4-I-I Club News Notes Hie largest stream in Nev. lanil is Die Connecticut which bitecls tlic slate ol necticul.. i.r.S- tiver, Con- lt'iCiiis K;it|ii» 1'rosram. The Boynton l-H club presented n radio broadcast over KLCN Friday morning. The group was accompanied by Its sponsors, Mrs. A. R. Garner. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. funeral"! Gray and Wrax Smith." Thirty-nine members and the Icuv leader.s made the trip In car '•" n^it unu Liioyq uooi i snen. , ,, . . : — Thursday in points' of TcimcaLc"{ —'Lj'-"'""" 31 "' ".' " le GLENCQC BAKBER SHOP v Karl E. Talker, Prop. Cilcncoc Hotel Bldg. Hand »r F.kctrlc Manluiaing I'l.AN TO OINK .SUNDAY MiTdiaiils Lunch (Jiioicc: Baked Cliickfii ,n. Ui Ssvlss Steak Fried Chicken & , Gravy Vegetables: Creamed Potatoes German Stylo Green Buttered Corn Slireddfd Lcllucc «i(], Tlioi&ami tsluiid Ure»inu Hut Kolls Jello Fi-iitl Salad coftee or Milk i?T.\TK TAVURN llfjjIlHily 81— Arkailsas-A Slate Line j for Ihe meetings to be held later in tlM month. Next week, which is Ilic week of prayer, the mestiu? will ue iielrt with Mrs. John Colioon, Wednesday night with Mrs. J. D. Best, Friday night with Mrs. B. W. Stivers. At the conclusion of Ihe meeting Ilia hostess served fruit satad, cake, coffee and homemade candy. 1 ; : " . Following the services will be a preliminary meeting to discuss the formation of a Temple Youth League. "The public is most cordially invited to attend the services. FIRST CHRISTIAN CliUKCH Main at Sixth Gee. w. Patterson, Minister :9:45 a.m., Bible school, w. 0. Gucrin. superintendent. tl:CO a.m.. worship, communion preaching. "Workers Together With God" will theme. be the sermon 2:00 p.m., Fidelis Society meeting. 6:15 p.m., y 3 utli Council meeting. 7:30 p.m.. worship and preaching. "Gecl-ToHdied Souls' will be the :hems of Ihe set man.. .Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. singin; ami fellowship al the Hall. We most cordially invite the public. Slransers in our city especially Invited. We'll try to make you glad that you came cur way. FIRST METHODIST I'MVRCIf 11. Lynn Wade, Pastor Coiillnujng (he series of sermons on Ihe Ten qomnimdmcnts the paster win speak Sunday morning at U:00 o'clock on Ihe -Sixth Commandment. "Thou shall do no murder." He will answer some questions that may have arisen in the minds cT people, such us: What is murder?! Is 1 , war murder? Is'killing m .self! defense murder? Is suicide murder? I The services will be broadcast over ; liaiilist \Y. M. -S. Mscis ,,, ''' ail<l Mre - Wilson Henry . Tlu- Bnpllsl W. M. a mel Wed«in .MH<J. . [nc:day nioiit at the h=me of Mrs. At tlic rvciinuj hour Ihe pastor's! Luther Ha'ycs. There were two visi- suojcct will I)!- -prcvailin™ Prayer. 11 1 tors present, Mrs •• Lawrence Cooper ini' kCeveK ' al llle mornin? hour { rt coaler and M[rs. H. Garrctl. ot will w Edwin Jones and B. P. 111 i.vti. M rs . cooper ln)kcrl*on Ihe steward: nt the evening hour. 7::iO list two ehapiers ot "Fruits cf the :30 p.m. Evening Evangelistic service. Music—"One Day", choir. Offertory solo—Mi 1 . Nelson and the vibraharp. Sermon—"If Christ Be Net, Risen." pastor, Alt-Clundi Night. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Deiiartmental meetings 7:30 11.111. Mid-week service 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. I'lLGlUM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Hlresls II. J. Klclmlicnst. I'astor .Sunday school 9:1)0 a.m. .Meriting worship 10:00 a.m. Sermon theme: "Behold We Go Up to Jerusalem." The Lutheran Hour over to-:oast network 3:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon subject: "Pliebc." Midweek l,cnten service each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. sermon topic: "The Divine Intercessor.". Sunday school teachers' meeting after the midweek service. KLCN Leutcn meditation Wednesday 3:3D p.m. If you have no church home of your cwn we invite you to our services. We preach Christ ami Him crucified. • The students home from college over tiie week end are: Miss Mii- dred E:lwards. who was accompanied home by Miss Fay Slinkard, of ChafTce; Ben Bailey. Geneva Best, Joe CohMii. and William, who al- teud Stale Teachers College at Cape Girardeau. Mrs. Rus.sell Colioon was in lirag- • uadocio Friday, visiting Mrs. John ' Lang. Misses N. D. Thompson. Nina Harris. Gc-lclia Slnten, were guests c-r Miss Eriith Dickey, of Kennett, Friday ni»ht- Mrs. Mary vireinia Holmes. ?f Mirion. ill., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Cnrjehart. last week. Mrs. Mamie Sowell attended the annual George Washington party given by [lie Masonic LoJgc and the Order of the Eastern Star in Pijgott Tuesday. Mrs. p. F. Payne aim gvand- clilldcn. Gec-rge and Doris, of Por- lagcville. were .guests ot Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ray pritlai'. Mrs. v. L. Utley. Mrs. otl-£and- ford,. Mrs. Francis Murphcy. and Miss Laveruc Riddle were in" Memphis (his week. Holland Socielv —- Personal iNE\V SPRING YARNS AND FASHIONS By Bcrnai I'KliE INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. Leslie Hoorjcr IJOS C&ickasnwbii Thgiic 102 SUNDAY'S MUM; Choice 1 Celery IJinnci or L Oi'itntr iind Gi.iji every dinnn ..50C •I i "H Cot-iMnil with CHOHIK OF MEATS: ftikcci Chicken ivitli O.i.-.i.n- iho.v.ini; B.cci Tenderloin with \i-. tvm a cl i| C( . Viminia Baked Ham vviii. Aim!,- Butler Roast Tork with Iron Uriij- jriu- CHOICE CF VEOKTACL&S: Sncke, 1 Fish Carrot Lo;i ; , H h Ciolden Sauce Pai-snip FYitters t'r.,,- „,,„ Crcam SalB[ , Coffee Uc:.-,crl : Hot Uolls Tea Milk l^nvaptlc Cake with PLATE LUNCH feu'.e meats, vogcl<il'lcs ai^i dcsseu 2nd & Ash Sts. 1'liouo 038 Saturday Only C'arfucn & "Mysterious I'ilot" ial with Captain Frank /Hatt C'onlinuous Showing. Admission lin 5 p.m. io c & Adniission :iflfr S p.m. IBo'i- Sunday - Monday LOVE! Thai's frank -.. that's lioiicsl... that's dnring .. . tliat!» sensalioJiall A great story becomes a truly fine motion picturcl Paramount News & selected shorls Ccnliiiuous shoiring Sunday Wmlssion Sunday Matinee .'anil Night 16c i 3« t Ailmissicn Men. Matinee 10c & 2Go .Mn.issiou Moil.. Night 16c'& ROXY Ailmission always (Oc & 26c% Malinces .Saturday & Sunday Only Last Times Today TO.M KKKNIi in . 'The Painted Trail' \ Tlir (igliling Sol , () f n, c yj^ - K at it ugnin, Alsu Cartoon * -,v- r 'a'. "Tim Tyler's Luck." 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