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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRII, 2, 1949 <? . J. &OC4elM melia Satiba, Society Editor f Phone Mu'l Dessert Bridge Given Honoring Miss McAdams Mrs. Leonard Oldham and Mrs. Wallace Hoke were hostesses Thursday night when they entertained with three tables of dessert bridge complimenting Miss Jane McAdams, who Is being honored with several Interesting events prior to her marriage to Thomas Browning Miller. Mrs. Lucy McAdams, mother of the bride-elect, was a tea guest. The affair was held at the Hoke residence at 111 South llth. Bouquets of gladioli in various colors and spring flowers In soft- shades were attractively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. During the evening bridge games, Mrs. Blan Heath received high score and travelling prize with Miss Patty June Davis receiving, second high. Miss McAdams chose for this oc- casslon a black crepe frock with black accessories. She ivns presented n silver bread tray from the hostesses. * « * Mrs. Elkins Entertains C. B. C. Club and Guest Friday Club Members Meet with Mrs. McCalla Mrs. Farris McCalla was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Friday Club at her home at 1S05 West Walnut. Vases of spring flowers were attractively arranged hi the rooms where bridge was played. During the games, Mrs. Monroe Grain won high score with Mrs. Oscar Fendlcr winning second high and Mis. Hnrman Taylor, brlclgo. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course with coffee. • • » Mrs. Bell Entertains Club Members, Guest MM. T. A. Bell was hostess last night when she entertained the Tliurcrtay Night Club and one guest, Mrs. E. M. Holt, at her home. Spring flowers in crystal vases were arranged In the rooms where rook was played. High score went to Mrs. Burks Barker In the games with Mrs, N. W Pylc receiving rooko. The served refreshments o! cfikc and coffee. Bits of News Mostly Coming Events Social Calendar Mrs. Joe Monday JJvrard will editorial)) the O. E. O. Club at her home. The W. M. U. of Hie First Baptist Church will meet ut the church. 2:30 p.m.. for a business meeting. The Y. W. A. of the First Hap list Church will meet at the home of Mrs. o. E. Johnson at 7 p.m. Mrs. John Buchanan will be hostess to members of the 13. \V. C. No 8 ol the l-'irsl Baptist. Church al 7:15 p.m. Holland News Kxtemlon Club Meets Mrs. Joe Prltchard wus hostess Thursday to the South Holland Extension Club with fifteen members present. Including two candidates, Mrs. John E. Prllclmrd and Mrs. Guy Norrld. Mrs. Man ford Cohoon . was the program chairman and led i Aml Youth Activities To Get Emphasis With Special Week The S. C. S. of (lie Viral ye^ t^ef with'me,S W«t Baptist W MU of the C. B. C. Club when Mrs O. O. Elklns entertained nl her home. 1505 West Ash. In high Entertained at Luncheon Mrs. Russell 1'liilllps went to Memphis today to be with hci grandson. Michael Phillips Alexander, who has been quite ill for more than a week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank Merrill, have returned from Ktpley, Miss., where they titlended funeral services Thursday for her brother, I'fc. Lon- nle Niibh, who was killed in Prance during World War II, and whose body was returned to the United States for reburial. Mrs. Lacey Jackson. Central School primary lencher. Is in Walls ] Hospital undergoing treatment for ' s throat Infection. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Logglns ami son, Johnnie nnd Mrs. O. N. Ilnwk- ns nre spending the weekend In Morrllton. where they will visit with relatives. Mrs. Charles R. Colcman of Oseola, Mrs. Baker Wilson, Mrs. Matt Monnuhnn and Mrs. W. J. Wnmler- llch left today to spend scvcrn ;lnys In Fayctlcvlllc They will re the afternoon rook games. score went to Mrs. R. A, Copeland will' Mrs. Ross Moore receiving second high and Mrs. A. A. Hardy, rooko. Arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home were vases of mixed spring flowers In various shades. A salad plate was served by Ihc hostess following the roofc games. Mrs. Devon Is Honored At Henry Wilson Home Mrs. E. B. Devon of Washington D.C., houseguest of Mrs. J. 1. Wallace was honored last night when Mrs. Henry Wilson entertained with TliD Women's Missionary Union of Ihc First Baptist Church were entertained with a 1 o'clock luncheon yesterday at the home of Mrs W. Marlon Williams with 18 mcm- icrs and one visitor. Mrs. C. I. Miller, attending. Hostesses were Mrs Tom W. Jackson, Mrs. Ebb Carson Mrs. Chnrles Lemons. Mrs. Ken dall Berry and Mrs. Williams. The Enster theme was carried ou In the decorations of the home. G'cn terlng the dining table, nt whlc the luncheon wns served, was n striking arrangement of tulips In n low crystal bowl. Other bouquets of tulips were user! In the enter- tnlnitig rooms. Following the luncheon a business session was presided over by the president, Mrs. Williams. Various reports were heard from the Methodist church will meet at die church for a business meeting. Mrs. Jeny Heain will be hostess to the Wcslcy'tiii Service Guild of the First Methodist Church at 8 p.m. at, her home, 401 E. Missouri. Tuesday The B. W. O. No. 7 of the Baptist, cliui'cli will meet ul the home of Dr. Edna Nlcs. The Cotillion Club will have a business meeting In Hotel Noble at 7:'JO p.m. Mrs. R. C. Allen will entertain Club Eight members. Tuesday Bridge Club will be cn- terluined at tile home of Mrs Charles Crlgger. Mrs. Arthur Vance will bc hostess to. the La Petite Club. Til-Town UrldKC Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Newton Whllls. La Niievc club will bc entertained at the home of Mrs. Clarence Webb. Mrs. Shirley CovlniiUm will bc hostess to tlic'L. E. W, Bunco Club. The Y. M. B. Club will be enter- In singing several club songs. Roll call was answered with "Why i< Homemaker Should Always Look Neat?" Mrs. Aaron Taylor presented an Interesting lesson on buttonholes and pocket finishing, 'me social hour was spent in Informal discussions of topics of the day, after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Capehart Hostess At the Federated Women's Cltib which met in the home of Mrs. Noble Capchart Wednesday discourse on "The Ettltiuettc of Flowers" was delivered by r>lrs. L. Berry who was assisted by various members. Several llowcr arrangement of early blooming varieties decorated the house. Mrs. Car) Reid, co-hostess for the evening, served the 15 guests present sandwiches, cherry pie and Russian tea. Town, Country Club Meets Mrs. Clyde Smith entertained the Town and Country club Wednesday al her home here. High prize or the evening was presented Mrs 1. T. Criridle; second high won by Mrs. Winston Brown and low Mrs. Inncll Capchart. VV.MS Leaders Confer The Women's Missionary Society of Holland, represented by clshl' ncmhcrs, attended the New Madrid Assochtlional meeting in New Madrid Tuesday at the home of Observance of Boy and Girl Scout Week Is planned in Blythcvllle for May 7. it was announced today, and details will bc discussed at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at a tueet- ing of leaders In agencies interested in youth activities. Preliminary plaixs wire disclosed iollowlnv a meeting yesterday at the Blyth.evlllc ',Y' ol Mrs. Glenn O. Ladd, Girl Scout executive; Wilson Bohannlng, Boy Scout executive for Mississippi County; J. P. Garott and Mr.s. Charles Springsteen of the 'Y' staff. A parade of the various youth groups Ls planned and ministers in the c't.y will be asked to prepare .special sermons for Sunday, May 1 placing emphasis on youth activities. Representatives of the churches the P.T.A,s, civic clubs and tin American Legion and other agcn cie« with special ernphit-sls durin the vear on youth activities wll be Invited to the Thursday confer cncc, Mr. Garrott said. dessert bridge at her home, 622 J ofljm . s R1 " lrt committees. Opening 'prayer was ottered by Mrs. R. E. Blaylock. Mrs. E. C. Brown gave South Lake. Mrs. Louis Hlckman won high score in the games played with second high being won by Mrs. Vance Henderson. Arranged throughout the rooms vhere bridge was played, were vases of gladioli and spring flowers. Mrs. Devon was persented a gift In her crystal pattern from the hostess. * • • Chapter; N, P. E. 0., Meets With Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon was hostess yesterday to 11 members of Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisterhood, when they met at her home. 916 West Walnut, for a business meeting. Mra. Elton Klrby was In charge of the program, during \vhlch time, two reviews of Broadway plays were presented by Mrs. Hnrry W. Haines and Mrs. Klrby. Mrs. Haines .reviewed Millers' "Death of A Salesman" and Mrs. Kirby chose, a brief report on the W. M. U. convention In Little Rock, after which the devotional. "Powerless Christians" was given by Mrs. Ted King. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. C. W. Afflick, day turn home Timidity. Carroll Evans, who Is a studcn at Ounchlla College, Arknrielphla, is spending his spring vacation here wilh his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. i,. Evans. Stanley Zcllner went to Memphis yesterday afternoon where he will consult his eye specialist. His parents, Mr. und Mrs, Morris Zclhu-r and son, Mnrvlti, will motor to Memphis Sunday to accompany him home. Miss Viinnyc Whitlcy.'student at unchlfi College, Arkartelphln, nr- ved home to spend her spring ncation with her mother, Mrs. illy Mac SVhitlcy. Mr.s. James Barksdale and chlld- cn. Shirley, Jnmes Bryan and Suan will spend the weekend In Icksburg, Miss., where they will Isit with relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. I. Miller returned D their home in Preston, Ind., Her having spenl several days icie as gucsl of Mrs. Miller's sister. Mrs. Tom W. Jackson and Mr. lackson They were enroute home Tom Florida. Mrs. Bill R. Godwin nnd infant daughter were dismissed from Walls Hospital yesterday nnd will be at the home ol her grandmother, Mrs J. C. llarnlsh. Mrs. Q. V. Daws hns returnee home after having visited with hci sister and family, the Rev. and Mrs. George Bel! of Murray, Ky She also visited with her mother lained at the home of Mrs. Essie Lendennle. Wednesday Mrs. Bob Logan will entertain Ihc Town and Gauntry Club. Glraudos' Chailott." "The Mad Woman of Wednesday Club will bc entertained at the home of Mrs. P. E Bluck. Thursday The Jayccelles will meet at Ihc Rustic Inn at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Grover Wren will be hosles: to the Blythcvllle Rook Club. The Avnlon Bunco Club will bc entertained nt the home ol Mrs Norman Siicck. The G. N. B. club will meet al the home of Mrs. Weldon Ncbel. Mrs. O. W. McCiitchen will be hostess to the Thursdny Contrnc Club. .The Mid-Wcek club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Harry W. Hnines. Mr.s. Robert, Blaylock will cntcr- aln the T. N. Club. The Thursday Rook Club will nect at the home of Mrs. Ncvtll Blakemore. Mrs. aenc Dickinson will be hostess to the Double Four Bridge Club. Centra/ College Choir 'o Present Program Here Tin: Central College Choi! 1 , under he direction of Miss Marcclln 'olmson will present, a special mule program at the regular morJi- ng service at the First Baptist Ciiurch tomorrow. The Choir Ls on Ls livsl conceit trip and lias mude public appearances- this year. T!u: sroup arrived in Blythevlllc today and will be entertained by the ,'oun? people of the church with a dinner at 'he church followed by a fellowship hour. They will also bc eiHevtaincd in the hoiuo.s of Mrs. Mike Buchanan, Mi.s. John P. Lee, Mrs. E. M. Holt, Mrs. Victor Mai- y, Mrs. V. D. Overman, Mrs. E. baptist Winners Class Holds Monthly Meeting The Winners Sunday School Class f the Calvary Baptist Church met, ist night at the church for their Kmtlily business and social niect- iig. There wore 26 members and hrcc visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robertson and Bailey Tarpley, >resent. Homer Council, president, Pre-^ ided during the business session^ Mrs. Elmo Council gave the devo- ionul. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Raymond Belknap and Mrs. J. D. Widner. A chicken dinner was served buf- !et style following the meeting. W Simmons, Mrs. Theodore Logan, Mr.s. R. L. Wade, Sr., Mrs. Aivin liullimm Jr., Mrs. J. P. Friend and Mrs. Ruw.ell Bauyii. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Croulhers of that city. An executive meeting wns held n the early afternoon and work !or the present year was outlined. A young peoples' outing, s|xjnsorcd by this society, was briefly sketched and other subjects were touched upon, to be gone into more completely at a future date. Seventy- five members, representing the en- present for At The Hospitals Blyllieville Hospital Dismissed: Larry PUmketl, city. Mrs E. L. Perry and baby, city. Mrs. Sam Denies, city. Wnlls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs Bill R Godwin nnd baby, city. tire association, were this occasion. Mrs. Nnt Nunnery wns in Memphis Friday for a check-up at Stevenson's clinic after an operation. Accompanying her were her daughter Natalie, Mrs. Ted Taylor, mid Mrs. Jeff Northern. Mrs. Dolly Brown came Sunday from St. Louis for a two weeks' vlalt with Mrs. Linda Samlord nnd Mr. mid Mrs. O. B. Samfoi'd. Mrs. Tlnnle Pounds of Fcnlef, Tenn.. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gar- vln Wilson. Mrs. Annie Cohoon and daugh. ter. Helen, have returned froru Flint, Mich., where they visited ill the home of Mrs. Cohoon's sister, Mrs. Fred Ellis, for several ! weeks. of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall; Sam Kenley and W. R. Samford. Mr. Samford was accompanied by his wife and son. Jack. Roy Frank palmer is in Orlando, Fin., where he expects to make his home. His wife and two daughters will Join him soon. Mrs. W. D. Laud and three sons of St. Louis are guests of Mrs. Fern Colcman. Mis. Land is the former Miss Geneva Best. Service — That's Our Motto! We spare no cilort in providing an EXTRA everyday prescription service which means extra con venicnce to you Feel iree U> call on us at any time. Prompt delivery service Phone 507 WOODS DRUG STORE Methodists to Meet The Seniors and Young People the First Methodist Church will entertain with a covered dish supper at the church tonight at G:30 o'clock with the Fellowship Team from Hcndrix College, Comvay, as special guests. BODY PEN Ota The Thursday Club W I11 be tn- L °; tO - *S^ r l ro « to Cape Glrar- tertained nl the home of Mrs. E. Dorcas Class Meeting Held at Baptist Church The losing lenni of the enll.stmen contest held by the Dorcas Sumin; School Class of the First Bnptls Church entertained the wlmiln tcnm yesterday nt the church witl EI social and a brief business scs slon. Mr.s. Fred Becker was a gue: at the meeting. The meeting was opened by th president, Mrs. M. W. Lewis, afte which Mrs. Raymond Maxwell le the group In prayer. The devotions WEIS given by Mrs. E. E. Steven who chose as her topic, "The Lord Day." A solo was presented by Car- I auinilcd the iMncrnl services ycs- Mrs. B!tin VIealh will be hostess to the Thursday Luncheon Club. • » • Civic Calendar Chamber of Commerce Education Mrs. A. B. Witt in Halls, Tenn., be fore returning homn. Mrs. Witt accompanied her to Kentucky. Mrs. C. C. Lee returned to her homo in nyersmirg. Tenn., after having spent several days here with her slslcr. Mrs. O. W. Dllliihunly. Mr. and Mrs. George Clark left today on a Iwo-wcck vacation'to Paragonld. Jonesboro and Itussell- villc. • A. fi. VAUle and Churchill Buck Committee, 12:00 noon at Home all[ j dean Friday for his wife and son i John who are both in school there. [Mrs. Adams nnd son .1pent the week- ! ] end here in their home, returning • | again to cape Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Correll left Wednesday for Jackson. Tenn., and from there • Mr.i. Correll continued lo Lexington, Tenn.. for a visit with r. and Mrs. E. L. Pliipps HELP WANTED We have an opening for a first class man In fake clinrge of hardware, plumbing, pain I and wallpaper department of our business. This is a good opportunity for the right man. Please state qualifications, experience and salary in letter to MANAGER, Box 101), Blylheville, Ark. Economics Cottage. Junior Clmmbcr of Board—7:'JO p.m. Tucsdiiy City Election—8:00 a.m. I.tons Club, Hotel Noble—12:15 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary—8:00 COV cring p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. Wednesday f Mr. NIK! Mrs. Andrew Jenkins Commerce . ;11 , ( | lhc Jeter's mother Mrs. J. A. ) Jones drove Saturday to Grayville, 111., for Mrs. Nancy Harvey, mother of Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Harvey re- COLLISIONS — WRECKS If you 1ia-.e the mt^oriurie t o wreck lOur c$r c»H us We have e-.ery eqmpirent needed to pul your car in BODY PAINTING AND REFINISHING Oyr work <s the best ( n rown, GetcHJf esiimjie foday, BUMPERS TIGHtENED We vt.ll be very gbd to tighten the bumpers on your Cir a.>y time ypu dr^e in. Why not itop those ^nles FENDER AND BODY WORK Don't dnve >our car wilh benr fonder "hen >ou can ha^e them straightened 10 inexpensively her*. SERVICE all makes ol CARS mi TRUCKS Phone 578 Sullivan - Nelson CHEVROLET CO. 301 West Walnut Mrs.' McWaff rs Hostess To Bi-u YlcWafers Hostess ridge Ojtib, Guest f . Friday contract Cl'tfi 'inein- The Friday Co. . • hers together with ODE Hunter Sims E yesterday at the McWaters Jr. a In the aftei was played, h Mrs. Russell i Vf. P. McDanle! Mixed spring shades were u? home. Refreshments hostess alter tti Spaghetti '. were entertained otne ot Mrs. C. L. 612 Wst Main. rol Evans, entitled, "I Snw the of Jesus." He was accompanied* at the piano by Pvcd Becker. Mrs. Victoria Gilbert gave a reading. Deacon's Confession," fol- Xvwed by two readings by Mrs. Quincy Alexander entitled, "Lucy Waters" and "My Dog Alice." Closing prayer was ottered by Mrs. Becker. A dessert course with coffee was served. on when bridge • score went to ' Farr with Mrs. celving low score. llowers In pastel to decorate the ere served by the games. pper Held u r j 5 cl11 »yuppci i iciu By Girl S^lout Troop II A spaghJtli supper was held last night at (he Girl Scout Little House Social Meeting Is Held By Calvary Young People The Young Peoples Training Union and Sunday School Class of the Calvary Baptist Church met for a social meeting with host and hostesses being Mr. and Mrs. Johnnj Hocotl and Mrs. L. C. Rollison Fourteen members nnd nine guest, attended the social which wns lick at the home of Mrs. RolJIson. During the evening games weri player! and refreshments of a plat lunch wilh iced drinks were served at Walker Park for members of Trr^p Two of Central School. .Mrs, ).V. R. Campbell 15 scout leader and 'Miss June Stircs, a-ssistiuvt lender. Those who attended were Jean First Lutheran Pastor To Be Installed Sunday The Rev. Gchnrdt Melssler o _ . m , ., . »,,^ rvcv. v.ii:iini UL. .>ici^^LL'l Beachum Martha Ann Bean. Car- Argonln. Kan., will be Installed oln Crf . „ r . . I i»p,^.,in, ixn>>-. 'till uc: iiLoitlllrkl rt olyn Crafton Lavada Crim, Donna p as t or of the First Lutheran Chnrc Dedman, Barbara Ann Eagan. PaL<.y | n Blythevllle at special service to bc conducted tomorrow al p.m. at the parsonage. The Rev. \V. C. Krueger. tempo Fisher, Carol Purman, Eva Lee Graves, Nancy Penn, Linda Rnyder, Dorothy Shepherd, Sara Jo Strickland, Gail WhllsiH, Mary Alice ....^ _. _. _ Wroten and Dora Bernice Wiley. ' slsted' by the Rev. Schmidt of Mem- ' will be present at the services rnry pastor of the church here i-tlny In Jonesboro for E. L. Wcsl- •ook. who died there Tuesday. Miss Mnrlon Moves, student at hie Mountain College. Blue Moun- ain. Miss., arrived to spenrt her vacation here as guest of er parents. Mr. anil Mrs. John I ayes. Mrs. Morris Zellncr relumed ionic Thursdny night from St. Louis. Mo., where she was the i f her sister. Mrs. Leon Bergcr and ,Ir. Berger for several days. turned to her daughter's home at Nnylor, Mo., for ft visit while re- from im illness. Among those in Memphis the past week for medical attention Ministerial Student To Fill Pulpit Here The Rev. Caroll Evans will con- iUict the worship service at Ihe First Baplist Chinch Chapel Mission on Lilly Street al 9:30 a.m. Sunday. A ministerial student at Ovmchtln College. Ihe Rev. Mr. Evans Is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Evans ot Blythcvllle. He was a member ol the 1948 graduating cla.v; and has clone outslHndlng work In the field ] of music in church and school. He wi<s second place winner in the 1919 state student music contest conducted recently ill Little Rock. He IP a licensed minister and will be ordained to the ministry soon. Klwanls Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 Thursday Rotary Club, Hctel Noble—12:10 .m. Friday Mrs O. O. Poetz will entertain the Friday Contract Club. Tnc C. B. C. Club will be entertained al the home of Mrs. A. A. Hardy. Mrs. Bob Porter will be hostess to the Friday Club members. Mad Hatters Plan Patty A hillbilly party Is planned for tonight in the Blytheville 'Y' with the Mad Halters Club, n 'Y' group of lm;h school boy.s, as s\xius«jvs. E. B. Gei\, Jr. is president of the club, and Harold Bcsanceuy. high ichool faculty member, is {lie club spon- were Miss Nancy Hnll, dauglitry Rend courier News Want Ads. Dr. Hunter C. Sims, Jr. announces the establishment of offices at 107 South Second Street for The Genera] Practice of Office Phone 115S ({csideucc Phone 6233 BEAUTIFUL HOME FOR SALE ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES 5 room house Tile bath and kildien Hardwood floors throughout, Attic fan Two gas floor furnaces Electric hoi wuler lit'itlcr Two cur garage Located in city limits of Sleele on Highway 61. See MRS C. C. HAZEL 1'lione 213-.1 Stccle, Mo. phls will conduct the Installation. The sermon will be presented by the Rev. Victor Bruegge. also of Memphis. The Rev. Martin Schaef- lary of the mission bonrd Delta Cafe SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER tllfl Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday Jungle Patrol Crisfiuc Miller and Arthur Franz Serial—Bruce Gentry No. 5 & Short Continuous Shu\v1nR Saturday 12:30-11:30 ~ VOTERS OF BLYTHEVILLE This Is YOUR Town ... It's Business Is Your Business DOYLE HENDERSON CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR Asks Your Support At The Polls ELECTION DAY-TUES. APRIL 5 • Fried Spring Cllcken ft cream gravy • Naked Virginia Ham wilh fruit sauce • Hoast Pork & brown gravy • Smothered Stejk CHOICE 0? 2 VEGETABLES Creamed Pota'oos Timlin Greens Lima llcsri Salad Hot Rolls . . . .Ruder .... Corn Bread Souti Hi way 61 D. M. RDORE, Manager THE SECRET OF A BRIGHTER, CLEANER WASH Paramount News & Selected Slmr Cout. Showing Sun. 1:15-11:00 Send your clothes (o the Blytheville Laundry and they'll come back to you clciiner, brighter thiin ever before. But that's not all. Your clothes will last longer because they're treated carefully, gently ... an important consideration today when it's so expensive to replace them. Next time call Blytheville Laundry and you'll discover what we mean by rcalU "good laundry service." Blytheville Laundry & Cleaners Phone 4418 Box Office Opens 6:30 Shcm Sta.ts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Slarti 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain N'lght Everj Night Except Saturday No passes honored un Sundaj at Koxj Theatre Saturday Heart of Arizona with William Boyd Serial—.UiilKtclnml No. 7 Continuous .Shoving Saturday i;:SO to 11:30 f Sho-A. A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Fo* News & Selected Short* Continuous Showing Sun. 1:30-11:00

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