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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 30, 1949
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PACT TOUR BIATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Amelia Saliba, Society Editor S Miss Reid Is Engaged j To Robert Neil! Rector • Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid an- i nounce the engagement of their ; daughter/ Miss Patsy Moxlne Reid, • to Robert Nelll Rector, son of Mr. i and Mrs. William Earl Rector of : Waurlka, Okla. • . The wedding will be solemnized : In the early spring at the home of : her' parents. r ; Miss Reid was graduated from ' Blytheville High School where she I was a member ot the Red Pepper E Club, National Honjr Society, pres- i Ident of the Garden Club and sec- i retary of Mask and Gavel Club. ; She Is also n graduate of Missls- " sippi Stale College for Women, Co; lumbus, ntid for the past t\vo years £ has been a dietitian at the Unl- -„ versity Hospital in Oklahoma City. < Okla. f Mr. Rector attends Oklahoma L City University and served two and •" a half years in the Air Force dur: Ing World War II. • The couple will reside in Okla' homa City. *•* • • • i Mrs. Stoul Entei'tains ? Club Eight Members • Mrs. R. B. Stoiil was hostess last : night when she entertained all • members of Club Eight at her home ' at 219 North First. Arranged throughout Ihc rooms • where ''ridge was player! were vases ;. of Jonquils and narcissus, ^ Mrs. G. O. Poetz received high : score during the evening Ramos : with second high being won by t Mrs. Charles Langston. i The hostess served refreshments : of a salad plate after the games. • • • • ; Mrs. Henderson Hostess ; To Bridge Club, Guesls • Mrs. E. J. Cure nnd Mrs. Loy ; .Welch were guests yrslcrdny to• gethcr with members of (he Tucs: day Bridge Club when Mrs. Doyle • Henderson entertained at her home -; 1001 West Ash. : lii- the afternoon when bridge j was played, high score wont to " t Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon with second • high being won by Mrs. Welch. { Spring flowers in pastel shades : were used to decorate the cntcr- f talning rooms of the home. " ; • A dessert course wns served by ; the hostess following the games. ~ • • • : Dessert Bridge Is Given \ At James Terry Residence ( The Trl-Town Bridge Club uiem- . bers were entertained yesterday at -, the home of Mrs. James Terry nl "jlOM- West .Walnut together will' 't-one guest, Mrs: E: M. Terry Jr. Attractively arranged In the home were bouquets of gladioli and Jonquils. The spring flower theme wns also carried out In the bridge tallies. Mrs. James T.,. Brooks won high spore 'during the bridge games with Ifrrs. Garrard Caudtll receiving second high. The hostess served a dessert course-and iced drinks. 1 • • » Mrs. Utley Enjertains • La Petite Club, Guests Mrs, F. E. Utlcy entertained the La Petite Club and three guests yesterday at her home with a dessert bridge. Guests were Mrs. Frank Greer. Mrs. O. O. Hardnway and Mrs. Weldon Rainwater. Vases of spring flowers were attractively arranged In the rooms where bridge was plnycd. High score wns won by Mrs. J. P. Montandon in the bridge games with Mrs. Utley winning second high. Bits of News Mo&Uu Pt*4o*uU I'hone 4IG1 Engager-pent Announced -The engagement of Miss Muxhic Held, daughter or Mr. nn Mrs. Mnx I). Reid l o Robert Nclll Rector, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Earl Rector of Wnurikn, Okla., is announced loray by her parents. Friendship Class Meets At First Baptist Church The Friendship Sunday School Class of Ihc First nnpti.-it Church me! lust night nl Ihc church for a resiilnr program with Mrs. Tommy 'linker and Mrs. K. s. linger as hoslcAses. There were IS inemu'ei-s nnd one visitor, Mrs. J. W. Wldncr present. The devotional. "Hindcra*iicts to Prayer" was presented by Mrs. Chnrles Hart. Prayers were offered, by Mrs. Put Chilmon and Mrs. Tinker. During the social hour Rilu were v/rnppcd to be sent to a former n\ember f Mrs. Finnan Bynum. A dc.^crt course with colfee and iced Brinks were served by the host c.sses. Regular Program Held By Intermediate G.A.'s The Intcnnedinte Girls Auxiliary of the Calvary Baptist Church met Monday night at the church for their regular program. Alice Ann Ledbctter was a new member who attended. Opening prayer was offered b. Barbara Ann Pruitt, after which Dorothy Lee Rolhson, president, presided during the business session. Various reports were hoard from the oiricers and committees The G. A, hymn. "We've a Story to Tell to the Nation" wns sunn followed by sentence prayer which closed the meeting. NOT HALF-SAFE Medical Auxiliary Names Hayti Woman as Officer Mrs. j. H. Robinson of Hayll ycslwclny w;is clrcterl Uiiul vice president of Hie Women's Auxiliary of the Missouri Stnte Mcrticnl Association. The election wns held (luring the auxiliary's annual convention in Kansas City. Royal Service Program Held by Baptist W. M, U. .The Women's Missionary Union of the Clear I.akr. IlapUst Church met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Louis Henson lor a Royal Service Program. Subject of the lesson was, "Christ the Answer, to Uacliil Tension." Meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. nun Benrd. followed by prayer by Mrs. w. P. Umsford. Those who participated on the pro(M-am were Mrs. Umsford, Mrs. Mable Himnon, Mrs. W. II. Worsley, Mrs. Ray Ihiynrs, Mrs. Louis Henson. Mrs. Ford. Mrs. W. Smith, Mrs. Dickson, Mrs. E. A. Austin nnd Mrs. IJenrd. The w. M. U. plan to finish a (n.illt at tlie next meeting which wiU be ' In the home ot Mrs. Harmon. The quilt will be sent to an orphanage I in Little Rock. | Refreshments of ice cream and rake were served by the hostess. | Artificial lures or "flics" were , used as early 300 A.n.. according 1 to the writings of Aelian, a Mac- I ndonian. Pfc. Roy L. Ward, son of Mattle Ward of Blytheville, IB a member of the Second Armored Division's Honor .Company for the month of February, and took part In sjwcial ceremonies, during which the company was presented thfe Honor Company Plaque. He is stationed at Camp Hood, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn are visiting In Washington as guests of tlicJr daughters, Misses Virginia and Mary Frances Nunn. They plan to be gone two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Spaeth Jr. are the parents of a son born Monday night at Walls Hospital. The couple's first, child, he has been named Louis Edwin Spaeth, Mrs. Spaeth Is the former Miss Peggy Griffin of Yarbro. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse left this morning for Washington where they will be the guests of their son. W. H. Morse and Mrs. Morse. En- route homi! they will visit with Mrs. Morse's sister, Mrs. Joslah Fort In Fiirmvllle. Va. They plan to Iw away ten days. Mrs. Cnrrlc Phceny spent yesterday in Memphis visiting with Jiicnds, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carlton | and son. Bill, will return today from Lake Village where they were the guests of Mr. Carlton's mother. Mrs. Herman Carlton Sr.. Mrs. John W. Tabor of Dalian Tex., and Mrs. W. G. Kleulcr of Enid, Okla., will arrive tomorrow to be the guests of their sister. Mrs. W. P. Brewer and Dr. Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Petrlck of Hammond. Iwl., are the parents ol n son born March 14 at a hospital in Hammond. Their first child, he has been nnrned George Roger Jr. Mrs. Petrlck is the former Miss Inez Thompson, formerly of Blythe- vllle. Mrs. H. L. Chambers returned yesterday afternoon from Dyersburr;, Tenn.. where she was the guest of her brother. Dr. P. c. Tipton and family for several days. Mrs. M. W. Lewis has as her guest her aunt. Mrs. Otto Smith of Duncan. Okla. Mrs. Smith arrived here yesterday and will remain for an ext-nded visit. Mrs. Jack Wilson returned to lier home from Conway where she hns been with her mother. Mrs. Willie Jameson, who has been confined to her home. Condition of Mrs. Jameson. wh« received a broken arm when she tell at her home. is Improved. Mrs pan! Jobe visited with relatives In clarkslon. Mo. over the weekend. " Mr. and Mrs. B. c. Bailey and daughters. Ann, and Susan' were Ihe guests or Mr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor "In Dexter. Mo., over the wcckijnd. • Mr. ntid Mrs. Shclbnrne Brewer had as their guests for several days. Mrs. Brewer's slstcr-in-law Mrs. Neil Gallagher and son, Johnnie of Fort Worth. Tex. Mrs. Robinson Hosttts To Mtthodist W. 5. C. 5. Mn. Jack Roblnnn WH hocteu yesterday to the Women'i Society of Christian Service of the Lone Oak MethodUt Church. Trwre were tltM member) »n<l one visitor, Mr». Clarence Davis, present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Floyd Duvfc followed by the scripture reading by Mrs. R. E. Davis. Tin group sang, "The Old Rugged. Cross," after which Mrs. J. R. colernan led in prayer. Mrs. Robinson read from the book of Revelation and other Bible read- Ings and poetry were offered by Mrs J. W. Walters and Mrs. B. H. Wakefield. Refreshments were served by the hostess, after which the group dismissed with the repeating of the Lords Prayer. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. J. W. Fielders. I? 3ILTIJI ORE, MD. 1919 -Sandra bane of Baltimore says: "In any tifid of weather a half-safe Rirl gel? :hs 'cold shoulder! So I malic sure I'fc always safe, by using a rlcodor* lift that kills odor on contact- pro- xffe me up to 48 hours. It stops COT- ipiration 1 to 3 days -and it is safe tofjny skin and clothes." JHow about you? Don't be half- ntte-be Arrid-safc! Use Arrid la be we. Try new Arrid with Croamogen: Arrid with Creamojren is guaran- :e*d_nol to crystallize or dry out in ;he jar. What's more, if you are not :ompletely convinced that Arrid in In every toay the finest cream deodor- int you've ever used, just return :he jar with the unused portion, and we will refund the entire purchase jrice plus postage. Our address is on *vory package. Get a jar of the new Arrid with >eamogen today-only 39 1 plus tax. Mrs. Plunkett Hostess To Demonstration Club The Flat Lake Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. John Lynn Plunkett with eight members and one ituest present. . Each member answered roll 'call oy stating a shortcut for house cleaning. Birthday gifts were presented to Mrs. Iverson Morris and Mrs. Patty Bunch, after which a brief business session was conducted The hostess served refreshments following the business session.' Comma Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs. Raymond Shamlin will entertain Ihe Avalon Bunco Club. The Blytheville Rook Club will b« entertained at the home of Mrs Elva Poe. Mrs. Herman Hoffman will b« hostc.s.i lo the G. N. B. Club. Mrs. P. B. Joyner will entertain the Thursday Contract Club. Tho Mid-week Club will meet at the home of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Mrs. Robert Blaylock will be hostess to the T. N. Club. Thursday Rook Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. George S.i lib a Jr. Octette Ctub will meet with Mrs. J. C. Ellis 3r. Krltiay Mrs. C. L. McWaters Jr. will entertain the Friday Contract Club at her home. Mrs. O. O. Elktns will be hostess to the C. B. C. Club. The Friday club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Farrls McCalla. The Executive Board of the W. M. U. of the *1rst Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Marlon Williams for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Hostesses will be Mrs. Tom Jackson. Mrs. Charles Lemons. Mrs. Ebb Carson and Mrs Kendall Jerry. The Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. 1 Chapter N, P.E.O. Sisterhood will meet at Ihe home of Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon at 7 p.m. At The Hospitals Blythertlle Hospital Albert Burlu, Rt. t, city. MM. MerUl Bush, Port«g«vUl t , Mo. Ros« Caldwtll, Rt. 3, city. Jo Ann Caldwell, Rt. J, city. Elton Burnett, Qtceola. Paul Brown. St*ele, Mo. Walli Ho*><Ul Dumlssed: Mr-. Harry Mullini, Steele, Mo. Mr£ William Henson and baby, Rt. 1, city. Mrs. N. W. Wright, city. Mrs. Johnny shanks and baby, city. Mrs. F. M. Klnnlngham and baby. Gsceola. Mrs H. M. Erwin Jr., Osceola. Stee/e-Cooter Htws Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mallory of Yarbiu and Mr. and Mrs. Qaston Brown ol Riseo spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Burl Cast em an and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Campbell, who have spent the past several months In Fi, Myers. Fla., returned home over Ihe weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Weingfleld were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rlddlck Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Clark and daughters spent last weekend In Matthew; with Mr .and Mrs. C. C. Clark. Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Cooper, who have snent the winter months is. their home tn Ft. Myers. Fla., arrived in Cooler Sunday night for several weeks visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Gray Hopper and children and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pounds spent Sunday at Rlsco with Mr. and Mr.s. Haiizie Weingfield and daughters. The W.M.U. of the Baptist Church of Cooler were represented »t the New Madrid Associations meeting which was held at the home of Mrs. Paul Carothers Tuesday Among those who are officers of the local W.M.U. who attended were, Mrs. J. E. Cooper. Mrs. Je.ise Weingfield. Mrs. Mike Riddick and Mrs. Arnold Jones. Millie Ann Mallory of Yarbro and Jennette Blown of Bisco spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. James Terry. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Cooper will return the latter part of this week after several months vacation in Ft. Myers, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Jani&s Cassidy and daughter, Beth of Deering spent Monday here with friends. Miso Wanda Hamilton was hostess to a play party at her home Monday night. Mr and Mrs. Charlie Frank Brooks and daughter of St. Louis spent lasl weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Susie Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry and daughters, Patty and Mrs. Martha Kellei and Alfred Levins spent last weekend In RIdjIey, Tenn., with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lawller. Mrs. Tom Hopper returned home over the weekend after a weeks visit with her son, Harold Hopper, and Mrs. Hopper of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jernlgan of Ridgley. Tenn., spent last weekend here -with their parent. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ashcraft and Mrs. Roy Jones visited Mrs. Paul STOMACH AILMENTS, WEAK KIDNEYS, RHEUMATIC PAINS, ARTHRITIS; NEURITIS Slid such complaints ni Hmrtnchcs. Nervousness. Adds Toxins. Bloating. Lack ol Vitality. Knew. Poor Appetite, UnilcrwolBlil Dizzy'Sprlls Drugless Health! Read What They Say! ItKC,.\KlH.KSS of how lonfr you nave_ been a sufferer, and how ninny medicines you have tried before, you can now hnpc for relief if yon try GEO-MINKRAI,, the wonderful mineral aid. Feel and enjoy the results one week after you ilarl l:\k- i"S; it. CEO-MINK I!At, comes frnln llic earth — Nature's laboratory. Contains NO aleohol, NO prcscrvii- tivcs. NO oil. NO harmful rtruss, NO dope — is NOT habit forming;. C onlains ONLY Nature's minerals, Ilii- oldest, most reliable remedy for rheumatism, arllirilis. kidney and stomach ailments — highly recommended by llic medical profession. . KOlt THOUSANDS ot years ever since Hipocrates was llic father of medicine, minerals and oilier nal- ural medicines were a reliable remedy for most nf iiur cnir.mon ailments. GEO-MlNi;uAl. will enrich your Wood, help to make you sirens, full of pep, life and energy. If you suffer from anemia, nervousness, lack of vitality and energy see what GEO-MINEIJAL will do for you. Amazing Results MEDICAL records show 65^ of men and women over 35 suffer from nulrilinnal mineral-iron anemia. When you feel nervous, dull, tired lazy, have dizir suclts, no ambition to work or play, a poor appetite, when your eyes lack lhat bright spark, and your mind brilliance, when headaches set the best of you and you feel olrl before your lime, ami life seems not worth living with worry wearing you down—it may be simply lack of minerals in your blood. CEO-MINERAL is llien what you need. RHEUMATISM, a r I li r i 11., arc dreadful diseases. Acid codililion in Ibc Mood is otlen Iheir cause. What could be Hie remedy? For thousands of years, minerals have riccn used lo relieve the pain ami suffering ot lliesc ills. I'copte, on the. advice of their doctors, go lo mineral springs to find cure, or relief. The lafc President Koosevclt user! to go to Warm Springs in Gcnrgie. He was helped or would not have cone there twice a year. Wonder Minerals YEAR aflcr year, people rush tn mineral springs and spas to drink and bathe in their miraculous 113. ler. \\c have all heard of Ihc wondrous spring of Loordes. Franco and famous thronion in ancient Greece where, according lo legend "nT™"\h hC cfr°a' 1 i°' C ' Crna1sl «»Slb )e forever young. erili"i-o"a"ict aYVc^wortd's "b«t "We have sold Tor the last six ttionlhs and II his tn-cn one ot the bcsl selling dtur. llcnu »r li*ve c\cr hannlcd-—say roller Urns nliAr. ni.icisls of Concord. N. C. "L\rts report air.vilng icsulti tn nuny in- sl.incrs. And me p?r&on.illy hcltrve Cco-MltK-ral is a flood nirdtcinc for purposes as indicated, and lrcr. m mend it tn sufiercrs who hare tried other iiKtllelnci with Illlte It any rcMills. They may discover (tco-MLnrral Is uhn they have probably hern necrfItij: and Inokinf; for — we unrusilal- incly recommend it." ..,—iss. Walch your elimination from your bowels a day or t\yo af- ler using it. The wasle. black as Hie color of your shoes, vdll slarl lo break away, and you will SKE it! Also examine your urine. You may sec inipurllics — poisonous \\aslc coming oul of your kidneys, relieving you. And llien realize Ihc priceless value of GEO-MINEKAI,. 100% Guaranteed! WK I'RGE everyone lo Iry C'«KO- M1NKKAL. Do not hcsilale one moment. Go to your drug slorc now Get one botlle. Use it one week If you arc not 100 per cenl satisfied, we will refund your monev, KEG.tltDI.KSS of hon "long you have been suffering, and ho\v many medicines you have Iricd before GKO-MINER.M, may be Ihe remedy you need! TRY it today! It may dn wonder* for you—and be (he best investment for your hcallh. Make you feel, eat sleep, work and enjoy life better. ' GKO-MINIin.Vl,: 1 bollle S1.10.« tor SS.OO iiUOb. OKUG STORKS BIMheville -Mall onlers (o above aMr^-ada 10c for posUf e___ Here's A Real Lesson in Cooking Cut Down the Cost with Bottle Gas Fuel If you have Bottle Gas installed tn your home, you'll begin to save money right away. You can cook 3 meals a day, and have steaming hot water day and night at an average cost of-about $7.50 for 9 weeks. Of course, ,vith less us«, a $7.50 bottle of gas will last longer. For a second lesson in cooking, come in and see (lie beautiful 19|tf HotUe Gas tfenges. They're not only economically pritvd ($9».50 to 5287.50) but you'll have surer, faster, easier cooking. Automatic Hot Water Healers, prired from $94.50 to SI 72.50, arc available on convenient terms. We invite you to come in and iiscuss your own problems with us. Blytheville Propane Co., Inc. North Highway 61 Phone 527 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1949 rown who 1* a patient In Blytlie- ille Hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Bryan were Inner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vin- *rs Ea.wn Monday. . Velmer Campbell and Mrs. »meA Terry were visitors In Bly- fieville Monday. Mrs. Margaret Wright and Mrs unli Crawford were In Haytl Monay. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berry vls- ,ed In Blythevllle Monday. Palsy Jones has returned from he BlythevUle Hospital where she as been undergoing treatment. :er condition is Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Johnson of t. Loub are the parents of a Slighter born last week at a hos- ital (here Mrs. Johnson'.! mother. /Irs. Fred Tucker, Is In St. Lou* ith them. Mrs Guss Cooper was a visitor 1 Caruthersville Monday alter- oon. Mrs. Cubic Higdon and daughter, Lii Christine Keller spent Satur- ay In Memphis. Mrs. J. W. Russell, who has been eriously 111. is much improved. James Ashcraft and Mr. and Mrs. Ilwood Brown and children of Cape Oirardeaii spent Sunday here with Jr. and Mis. Ray Jones. Able Rushing and Torn Lewis at- endod lo business in Caruthera- Ille Monday. Mrs. Paul Y. Brown was taken Elylhevllle Hospital Sunday Methodist Cliurcli will be conducte!, April n-24 by the Rev. Harofl Spence, pastor at Rector. He wj be assisted by the Rev. Miss FerJ Cook, pastor at Marmaduke. WSCS Meeti The WSCS ol the Wilson Medici dlst Church met Monday afternooJ at the church to begin the stud course on America's geography frontiers. The program, under tn direction of Mrs. Boy Stobough, wa about Hawaii and It's relation the church. Miss Martina Hyde,')( ight where she rcatment. is undergoing Wilson News Mrs. Flora Puckett, home eco- omics ceacher, attended the tome -Economics Conference in ilttle R/x:k last weekend. The Baptist BTU members were nterlalned Tuesday night with a kating party in Blythevllle by their ponsors, Mrs. J. H. Wliitaker and W. O. Harris. Mrs. Arnold McDanicl and Mrs. Medllii spent Tlitirsday in MLsses Marie and Lillian and Miss iunice Musk el ry were the weekend nests of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Davilts In Moorehead, Miss. "Feuding in the Hills" a comedy i three acls n-ill be presented Fri- ay night In the high school audt- oriurn by the Wilson High School unlors. Mrs. Maurice will entertain the Vilson school faculty Saturday light at her home In Nodena with he annual faculty dinner. Co-hos- *sses will be Mrs. H. P. Cash and Irs. Gllly Wright. The annual revival of the Wilson for Spring fashions... f^~\ . ..^ » " Gordon Nylons — Mocf>Iiofir...Corom«P... Suns.r... Down ... , 0 ch of th» tmait n«w Gordon shodoi for Spring hoi b»»n specially selected to go wilh th« new Spring lulls, dmitj, ond cools... ond «och it ovoilobU in Ihe right ih«trn«i! for »v«ry occasion. 54 Gauge 15 Denier 1.95 51 " " " 1.65 45 " " " 1.35 'cd will) the Army Nurse 'c World War II, related her e enc&s xpeH aki In Hawaii. Other 1 Ing part in (e program wer Carl Bird and Mrs. H, Following the meeting rell •eshmenls were served in the rec'l e a tier. room. Seniors Give Talent Show The Wilson High School senioil ass sponsored a talent show Wed-1 esday during (lie cliajiel program [ Billy Boylcs was awarded firs'L I'ize for the musical reading "Aintl his a Pine Day," and second prize I out to Polly staiuod and Etlal mes for imitations. Others ap-l sarlng on the program were Ern-l it Davis, harmonica selections; I cggy Britiklcy, piano solo "Clarel "lie"; Lcwell McAfee, Mary Ryalal Bonnie Coble, song "Bells oil Mary"; TI^J. Detnon. piano I Booglt Woogie"; Curtus CobUj. olo "Faraway Places"; Carolyul hllhps (second grade pupil) stunk- f Xiartet. song "Home on the Range"- immy Oarretl, piano "St. Louis 1 lues"; and Eloise Jones, song "El :ancho Grande". Billy Boyle.s was laster of ceremonies. lid Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN :00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Joan of Arc with Ingrid Bergman and Jose Ferrer hows Start at 1:45-4:20-6:55-9:30 Continuous Showing Everyday Thursday & Friday ^^^ssssss Gary Grant, Every Girl Should 1 aramount Nrwi & Selected Short* Contlnuoui Showinc Ever; Da; Box Office Openi «:S« Show Sta.ts 6:45 Opeai Sunday 1:00; Slarti 1:11 Continuum Show« Sat A Son. Bargain Night Every Mght Eice\>t Satnrdij N» paM« honored on Sand*} * Theitn Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Hat Box Mystery with Tom Ncal * Pamela BI''i« Stepchild with Brenda Joyce and Donald Wood* Thursday & Friday [Gordon] FAMiLY SHOE STORE 312 W Main Phone 2312 ! You Are Cordially | Invited to Visit The ' | Accessory Shop Feminine Apparel Mabel Hopan .ie.ssir Sr:!r Hole! Nob It Uldg. filyth-ville. Ark.

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