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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 22, 1938
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PAGE : TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 22,-1938 COURIER NEWS CO1UFUME.VTARY TIPKKT This Ticket Will Admit Mr. and Mrs. K. A. L>lKh 1)15 W«l Main ->o cic_ KIT7. THEATER —to see— "RAW10 CITY REVELS" Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Chapter "N" ami "D" of I ho P. 13. O. Sisterhood having a Col ley college tea for the senior gtvlfi and Iheir mothers at the C. \V. ABIick home from 4 until 6:00 o'clock. Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W. H. Minyard. Mrs. J. H. Elklns entertaining tlie Wednesday Contract club in honor of Mrs. C. H. Wtllcy.. DclphJans meeting at 0:30 a.m. at Hotel Noble. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mhl-Weck Bridge club meeting .'with Mrs. Cecil Shane. I Mis. R. P. Klrshner having the Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. Chnrlcs Crlggcr jr., cnlev- titlning the Thursday Afternoon c-'eb. FRIDAY'S EVENTS District, dcputy.visiting nt Dutch stippcr and stated meeting of O. E • S. nt Hall at 7:30 p.m. Executive board of Woman's club having luncheon preceding a general club meeting at U:30 prn Uirtrict Deputy Will Visit Here Mrs. Geneva : Fowler, of' Wilson, district deputy of the Order of the Eastern Star, will visit, the local chapter nt. Us stated meeting nl trite Hall Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. !icar:l Mrs. M. A dutch .slipper i.s being planned Bible study, in- conjunction with Hie stilted meeting. " ' FLAPPER FANNY Bits of New* Mostly Personal I probably remain for another ,tln'ec weeks. Dr. and Mrs, Paul L, TJp'Um were !u Senalh, Mo., Sunday for (lie •m-ial services of Dr. Tipton's Hunt. Mr. niict Mrs. Proslon Alley and .-on, Don, of Union City, Tcnn., spent Sundny with Mm, Alley's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, R, n. Candle. Horace E. Ruckcr, formerly of here and now a member of Ihc United States army stationed at port Rylee, Kans., ts here on furlough visiting ULs sister, Mrs. Curtis J. Little,.and family. Roy Heart has been 111 at his liorac since Wednesday. Presbytery Will Hold Meeting On I April 19 Here "I Lhoughl yon sniil that guy had ft convertible coupe." '"It is~(lntos in tlic evenin', groceries in the daytime." Mrs. A. c. Mlerow and son, Freddie, -have returned from Bali Antonio, Tex,, where they have -visiting Mr, Microw's parents or two months. Miss iWfe Lay ton Wilson, ot Memphis, spent ttic week vith Miss Jamie Nichols. Mlw, Nichols returned home with iiiss Wilson and was nor giiesl and (ist nlgtit. Jimmy Jlnkle motor-. cd^-Mks Nichols 'home 'tliLs mom- ing. Mrs. D. Simmon* was to Memphis Saturday. Mrs. John Long and Pcp'gy, and Mr. and Mrs. ptikc and Mrs. Mamie Fritizius, nil r o'f Mbinphis, n'crfc Hie Sunday giit.sts 6f Mr. and -Mrs. Tdl)y~ljon« »nd family and Mrs. J. J. Davis. Oshar UthoiT, 'tit St. Louis, -It atU'fioing to business here today. Mrs. Carol Myers, o'f Eadora. Ark,, ts visiting '-liter sisiUir, Mrs. Walt*r Rosenlhal. and-family 'for s week. Mrs. George M. Lee, Mi's. C. Q. Redman, Mrs. E. K, Blomeyer .ana MVs. Paul L. iSp'ton are :;;penr}Ing today in Memphis Mrs. Louise ; Straeke Vis the •of Mr. stirl Mrs. A. Rosoh- <hal -of Paragould Sunday. -She uns accompanied to ParagflVud tty Pnddiscn home. Mrs, A, C. Haley led the devotional, Mrs. Elton W. Kirby and Mrs. L E. Old nitnrlaincd Circle. Three al the Kirby home. The M present O.'Usi'ey give the Ciirb Flay Leads' In' Colleee Productions 'Two Blytheville girls, Miss Mar) Eunice Layson nnd Miss Elizabeth McLean, have recently played leading roles in productions at colleges which they attend. Miss Ixvyson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Layson, who is a freshman nt Cotlcy Nevada, Mo., appeared in "Nine Till Six" lift AVmoc anil Philip Stuart, which was the major -production gtveif this year by the 'Druirmfics'Vltib of I6p school. Hits McLean, who Is a senior nt Mississippi StaV College for Women alf 'Columbus, Miss., played the part of Cecilia Oallcroni in Ihc senior play,'"The Duchess 1 Says Her Prayers" which was prescnlci in the class tournament plays. Stic is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. D. 1 C. -McLean. « « • Stitlly . Europe "Europe" was Ihc subject of discussion yesterday afternoon when the 55 ir.emlicrs of thr Woman's Missionary Union' of Ihc First Bap- list church mcl at lire church lor a Royal Service promt)in. The devotional taken from the second chapter of Samuel w;is read by Mrs. J. R. Nave. The program which rvns in charge of Mrs. J, H. Smart, jr., began with a talk by Mrs. John Buchanan on "Europe 1 , •FiTty Tears Ago." This wns followed by "The Cooperative Program rit Work in Europe" hy Mrs. M. C. Olitlaw. "Europe Tomorrow" hi, Mrs. R. E. Blaylock was the clos- -ing discussion of Die program. A. solo, "Calvary", sung by Miss Dolores Psalmonds. who was accompanied by Miss Joyce Somcrs was tlic only musical number on the program. Prayers were ollcml by Mrs. B. I.-. Rcedcr. Mrs. H. 11. Brooks anri Mrs. Alfred Carpenter. Club lla^ Social .Irises and narcissuses dcroratcl the home of Mrs. J. Ci, Barnes when Mrs. Warren Jackson. Miss Golda need and Mrs. Barnes en tcrtnrnea members of the Buiincs. Biid Proiefsionn! Woman's club at a social meclinr: last night. Miss Cora L-:e Colcmaii received a vase of narcissuses for .high prize iii. the bunco games played. The Eighteen numitcrs of Circle Four mct>nl the church with Mrs. 1,. E. Baker and -Mrs. II. -O. Pa'rllow ns hcslc.sses. Mrs. Baker taught the Bible study Miss Nora Sims \Vccls A^iliRina Man Miss Norn Lylc Sims, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jitmcs Buticr Sims cf li Orango, Tcnn.. became the bride of Anbrn 11. Thompson, of Eliellield and Decatur, Ala., at a wed^iu* Eeleninizcd Sunday' after- iiooi) <)U the Sims home. !ijiie;'. Cv ClnykSpastor of -"' cluircli. ])erfcrnicd the reremony in the [nes.-ncc of (ho immediate families. Jackson, Mrs. Jcltic Driver, Mrs. W. P. Kale nnrt Mrs. Bruce Colbert. UK! pnrts. Circle two had ten members present, -In the homo of Mrs. 1C. J. Kearney. Mrs, John Douglas was igrinn leader and nirs. Kearney, Mrs. P. E. Tompkins, ami Mrs. Harold llondrix discussed portions of (he lesson. Circle three wns cnlcrtnincd in Ihc home of Mrs. Paul Driver Mi's. C. [•'. Miinley. lr;| the program on Ihc home mul foreign mission work ot the denomination. The new mission work begun at Dycss Colony was discussed by Mrs Driver,* Mrs. Scarcy Meurs told o' Mil;' work at Acartia Academy ii Louisiana, Mrs. Roy DlllaTd reviewed the work of Ihc Rev. Jacob 'Gartpnhoiis among the Jews. Mrs. ! A, L. Boycc led the dcvpUpnhV ' Circle four-had 'eleven icr daughter, Miss Helen Tindal, Miss' Anita. Miss Jane McAd- Following ft short trip to liiloxl and Mobile, where they wll visit I the Azalea Trail ami Bellingrath Gardens. Mr. and Mrs, Thompson v/ill make Iheir home in DeciUur. where Mr. Thompson is connected with the aoiithcrn nnllway. Mrs. Thompson made her home here, with her brother. Dr. Hunter Eims. an<l family for some time while teaching music in Lnxora a number of. years a^o. • » » J. It. illavr jr. Wi'tlj: Missouri Girl, Announcement has been ir.ndj of; Ihc marriage of Miss Mary Kalli- ijn Pintt, dnujilitcT ot Airs. A. C. Pinll oi 13oonevillc, Mo,, to J. R. Alan-, formerly of this cily and now of EooncnUc. The wedding was solemnized yesterday at >hc First Methodist church in 'Scdnlia, Mo. Mr. Marr lived here for n n muter of years when he was in the ;:civ;ee slaiion business. He left *icrc abc.ut eight years aso and ^c^v [arming in Bonncvilln where ic nnd Mrs. Man- will make then ionic. In the home of Mrs. -w. T.- Tnolo where Mrs. George Doer .had charge of the program. i * • • G. B. Scgrnvcs is n business visi- lor in Little Rock and Pine BliilT this week. Mrs. j. V. ni'inniillcr Imd as her Biicst for (lie weekend. Mrs. V. P. Calo of Black'Oak. Mrs. Rcimnlllcr vlth her children, Russell and Jlnnnie, accompanied Mrs. Cato leme Sunday afternoon. ams. and Miss Virginia Little, Who went to Joncstoro wlici'c they spent Ihe (lay with MKs Frances McHnney, who is a ftudenl at 1 knnsas State college. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Callls and children .spent the week end Jn Eomciville. Tcnn., as the guest of Mrs. (Callis 1 rclntives. ' • Mr. nnd Mrs. Max Meycis, Rabbi Herman Pollack, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Roscnthal. Mr. nml Mrs. Louis Applcbniim, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Jicricl and Riolmrcl Jiedel motored lo Cape Glrardcn'i Simdoy for the dedication of the new Temple theve. Rldhnrrt nccker has arrived here from Little Bock to be connected with HuddlcMon Grocery coin- pany. ,Hc is now at the home ol )5|; i:; r\nd "Mrs. Thad Nicol. , i G. ,D. Hainmock Is ill from, in- nt his liome on East bn- Kchcarsals FOL- 'Kiddie' Movie .Starting Today Inlcrist In the kid comedy, a mci'lc using about 100 Blytheville children 'between the ages of 3 'nnd 12 years, Is Increasing, according to O. W- MoCiitchcn, manager of Ihc Tiitv, Theater, where registrations for participation are made. A large Wurnber riave already been cast to try for parts in .the film, Mr. McCutchcn said. All types of children are needed lor trie oast. Some singing ami dancing acts will be used, but it will not he necessary for a child to to able to King or dance to get a gccj part, the 'theater manager pointed out. Casting for tlic picture began 1 •Saturday morning, William T). Pnt: ion, casting director, 'having cslab- lishecl : his casting office, in the lobby of the Rita Theater for 'the morning session, and in the Noble Hotel during the afternoon. Due ; tb the large number of in- (rulries -coming In to the theater from a grca have a Chan n try-out at the casting ,3atur:lay, and nlsp for the benefit of those children who came down Saturday find had a camera test, but have net as yc't'had a chance to make their reservations at the first rehearsal, arrangements have been made lo give these children an opportunity to participate in the nrsl rehearsal, "provided they will come -down and make their reservations Just before the fust rehearsal begins. Rehearsals for the picture licjau this afternoon al iiii.- woblc Hold, and the schedule is as follows: Children from 3 to 7 years of age The 38 churches of Ihe Arkansas Presbytery, made up of cities of Uie norlheasUn n part ol Ihe slalc, including Comvay and Morrllton, will convene here April lOlh when officers and commissioners to the general assembly which will be held in Meridian, Miss., in May will be elected. Important changes in Ihe term of government and in coi.- fcssion of faith and the Culhccism arc ako lo come up al this meet- Ins. The present officers of this or- he Rev, C. li. Randall's message official performing the ceremony, If I the Second Ijfiptlst Revival to- Isted, follow, Oranville night. All politicians are espcclal- invltcd to attend. The cvangcl- ist says coals as they he needn't wear will make it any "hot enough" for them, There was another large crowd last night, at the revival, when the evangelist was assisted by The Rev. Alfred Carpenter who offered prayer and Loyal Green, radio singer, who sang during the service. Arthur Nelson will be present to sing tonight, accompanied by his vibra- harp. There are special services being held each night al 0:55 o'clock for the young people, by the Rev. Mr Randall, 'but no day services are being held 'this week until Saturday. R. Bishop and Miss Mae CurueU, both of Manila, >y Magistrate T. L. Cassidy; Bennett Connelly, of Thomasvillc, Ga., and Miss Burdis Jenkins, of Blythe- fille, by Magistrate Cassidy.; Well Richmond, of tloseland, and \Mlss Sassic Mayo, of Caruthersvillo; Ray Shores, of Chanie, Mo., anil Miss Stella Goodman, of Cupe Glr- ardcaii; Omer Welsh and Miss Marguerite McDanicl, Ixith of Manila, by Magistrate Cassidy. STUFFY HEAD gnnir.atlrm arc: the Rev. S. H. .Salmon, ' pjislw of ilie Firsl Presbyterian church here, • moderator; the Rev. Alexander Henry, pastor of the First Presbyterian church at •Newport,-.staled clerk and treasurer; the Rev. w. F. Rogers, D. D., pastor of (lie church at DCS Arc, temporary clerk. The election of the moderator ami the temporary clerk will lake place at the opening session Tuesday night at 1:30 o'clock when there will also be a song service and a sermcn by the retiring moderator Tlie meeting is open to the public it has been announced. The Rev. -S. P. Bryant, pastor of Ilie 1'iilaski Heights c)inr:li In Little Heck, will be in charge of the devotional ul Ihe .session Wednes- Marriage Licenses Five couples have applied at the Blylnevillc office of the county court clerk during the past week for licenses Names of the couples- and the A few drops ... and on breathe againl iears clogging mu- us, reduces swollen membranes—helps ccp sinuses opeji. VlCKS VA-TRO-NOL TRY THIS | I day morning and the Rev. Mr. •s will lca:l the devotional m o r n i n K. Wednesday night, the sermon will be preached by the Rcvf.J. 3. sicflpcr, D. D.. pastor of the First Church in Balcsvillc." Churches from the following cities arc included in the Presbytery: ing in ra r,nc u eaicr Liulc Robk Osccola ComvaVi Mar . at many who did not] lim , 11]C| ^^ cu Wvml ' c Wal . nce to come down for .,,., v ^ aa TIIOM, r,:,^. ' i n ., n ..>, nrn Osceola Sociely — Personal FASHION SERVICE nut Ridge, Black Rock, Jonesboro. Newport. Marlamm, Batesville. Lonoke, Sweet Home. Jacksonville. Paragould. Ward. Morrillton, North Little Rock, Blytheville, Earlc, Au- j gusta, Bassett, Brinkley, Cotton Plant, pes Arc., Dcvalls 'Bluff, He- bcr Springs, Hughes, Searcy, and West Memphis. Promises "Hot" Sermon For Local "Politicians" : "A Bad .Man Who Went (o Hen veil, a ml a Good Man W ho Williams, wlio \\ar> Mrs. Tom Tcnguc vis avenue. Mrs. W. B. teen visiting in San Francisco. Calif., and her sister, who is 111 in Morehcad, Miss., has arrived home for a visit with friends. She will "Isit in Morchead again before returning to San Francisco. report to the 3:30 p.m. class, and children from 8 to 12 years arc to come to the 4:30 :p.m. class. AU children arc rafiiicb'tcd to promptly to their respective classes. Prochiction on the 'picture -will •begin next Saturday-. Match 2GLh, and tvhon completed will be shown on the -screen of "the-Roxy theat a 'Shorl time later. •: .,,. The new Chaiis Sludio offers a complete, modem figu;e improvement setvice, planned lo meet the pe Fiona I needs of each coitorrter. You can't get ihis expert, peifonal service anywhere else — and it is arOabsolule necessity to the woman who hopes Io Keep up with the current fashions in dre«. Don't neglect this opportunity to enjoy an up-lo-ihe-minule metropolitan Fashion seivice and to see the new Chaiis and Swavis foundations. 'Phone or write the Char is Studio. MRS. C. F. MICHAEL UK W. Ash Street Bbihcrllte "Exclusive BKtribntor for County" Bvcrylhing for your enter* lainmcnt and comfort. Admission Matint-c 10c & 26c Admission Night 16c & 3fio Mrs. J. F. Nrbliul, nnd Neblmt, MI.IS ainry Blllie. Presiding Elder TB Be Gosnell Church Visitor ^ ........... ^. ..„„,. were the week end gucils nf Mrs. iiv. and"Mrs!'""b!""Hmvton left I Ncblmfs rtaughlnr, Mrs. Barton Sundav for a business 'irip lo his iBoml nlul AIr - I3oIKl '" Aviinglon. Tenn. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane f.pcnl the week end in Memphis, Tomi; Dr. J. M. Wall is uUonding lo Lsiness in Memphis to-lay. Baker L. Wilson returned yesterday from Somervillc where lie hart taken Mrs. Wilson and daughter. Jane, who will rcmnin there "or a week's visil. On his way mme, Mr. Wilson stopped in Mem- muju; Rcvel!e' c " cc n " cl an onncr home nt Mndisouvillc, Ky. The Rev. nnd Mrs. E. L. Cole were Memphis visitors yesterday. Guy Bullcr. who is connected with the revenue department nt West Memphis spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. c. E. Buticr. Mrs. W. R. Dyess. who has been variously ill for several weeks in the Baptist, hospilnl. Memphis, was able lo be bruogftt homo Saturday. Mi's. E. L. Tnlliaicrro was the Kucsl of hrr mother. Mrs. Osan in Wynne for (he past several days. Mr. T.illlnfcrro drove over for her yesterday. traveling prize, handkerchiefs, went to.Mi.v> Reed. -Miss Eula Epperson aiul Miss .""' Louise Simon reported on the tea[, 7 , recently given by (he Jonesbon Arxi iary'*:nri<. Yrnr's Work Rcportr. covering tli<- sear's work In all departments were heard at .the last meclinj of Uie ycur ip thr home of Mrs. I). C. Bryan yeslcr- dsy afternoon. A gain ol approxi- In loviiiR memoi-j' of Ross Deav- rr.s. \vlio departed (his life three years nr.o. Mnrnh 21. IMS. 11 win rail indeed the way you hud lo die. Without a chance to say fioodbyo: Your splrl! Hew before we knew That, you from us had gone: If you had raised your dying head And bade HI all farewell The griof would not have been so hard , To those who loved you .-o we t'udly missed by Wife and (iaugh'.or. ' mately filter per cent was made in to'iil f;ift.s to missions and bcnev)- o and S555 Riven to the churcli lns fund by the women's orean- on. Six new members were dent. Miss Aline Murray, which they attended. Mrs. \v. T. oher.t ' and incmbei-s of th<- CrRtondon County club of West Memphis. Newport, Mnriauna. an:l Pornqould were also prcsynt at this l"a at the home of Mrs. Wank Hniion. 'Ihe hostesses ssen-cd s salad plate with coflec. Have Circle Members of circle oliairm™ plfins Tor the work in their respective cirrlcs. They arc Mrs. Guy Driver nml Mix C. -B. Urii-cr. Mrs. George Edringtoii gave tlic dcvo- ttoiial lesson and Mrs. Brjon conducted flic lesson on the Wcimn'r, MI> sfonary Sociely of the -Tirst Melh- odist church mcl In cricler, ye.-.(cr- Methodist "Women Mcrt "Melho-.list. Women Buildinc Their Own Communities" was the subject of the program led by Mrs. b. W. Walters at the meeting of the Missionary Society in the church Parlors Monday afternoon. Mrs. phis for Billy Eldridgc who been visiting relatives clurin.; (lie week. Mrs. w. A. Grinimct',, who bar, been in Hoi Springs for the pas; Ihrcc weeks for her health, is feeling much improved. She will NERVOUS? Oo j-ou fwl so nrrvous you wanl to Rrium Arc you cross and irrilnblc? Do ynn B ml loose dearest to you? It your ntri'fs'src on trttr, Iry LVni* R. riNKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMVOUND II Pltcn helps Nature calm quivering nrrve.<. For three fcneralions one woman has totfl anolhcr how to go "tmllintr throush" with 1-ydia V;. rintiham'a Vegetable Compound H hplpn Nature lone up the Eyslcm, lliijs Its-^n- tnK Ihr AlscomlorlJi tratn the functional ( jn, ^rcirrs which women endure. Why not Irii I.YDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGfiTABLE COMPOUND! day for a Bible stud; on the 'Life Hany B. Jones led the spiritual of ChrU" Refreshment,-, ^erc] lessen, plans were made for B group ftn-ed al tho conclusion of Ihcjof the mrmbcrs to atlfml Hie studies. iiioclln!: of the North Arkansas Mrs CharlCo Alford ^ave tho Conference ot Missionary .Societies Bible sludj it the meeting cl Cir- iu -Helena March 29-31. 'circle "A" fie One at the homo of Mrs. c. A Curmlnglitim with Mrs. W. c. Hij- glnscn is co '!1io la members \\lio (Hcnilral Iliis ntcctlii: chosp Mrs nigginson ns circle lo Mlwc'd.Mrs. Klwin .Tones meet with Mrs. -E. H. Bums ni'xl Mcnday. and -circle "U" in the lionic of Mrs. Steve Kaliih. Hiivtisl (Hifirs Mfct MI.S. n. H. nliickv/oort was liost- v.v. lo Usrlve mrinlHiiv' ol tirclo one in, her homo Mciulny afternoon. Mrs. .Frank V/illtams was kadcr of _ „ the program In ken from missionary were hostesses at the magazines on which Mrs Hale .lifts infixed nwiiv. (lie of Circle" T« ! o wlien Mrs. P. Paddlson and Mrs. George Miss \\ r cnvcf, Gossnnl ' lirre, will be in our I'hiirsday Tor expert Straighter Skirts Demand Trimmer Hips hll fohions require a slender hiplitn- , )s vv ,:ll ,1, fl trim waist. -Gosard'j t6 : inch nool-.iround of Mtin and satin clastit will mould you to stream' line snvirtnCM. . „ Model 5054 SS nt PonJti-Li/t* bw is o/ buistf onJ Ixe.-MM . u. s. r»t. off, rn. NO, Miss Whitsitt's Shop iss Whitsitt's Shop Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests TONIGHT is the subject of The presiding elder of Ihc Joncs- boro district, the Rev. Eugene Potter, will be Hi the Gosricll churc Sl " Kinv for a Qiiarlcrly conter An invitation to bring your lunch and spend the day hus been tended io everyone. chetis COLDS nnd FEVER first day Heartache, 30 mlnutt'S. Lifiuld, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops Try 'Rub-My-Tism"-World l s Liniment RESORT FASHIONS Here are frocks Ihat wffl breeze you tiwough an «x- citing season ot th* resort '•and bring yon .to the wind-up 'as smart and gsry as when they sent 7011 oft A fasdnoting iabric array, Alpaco (Heryon) "*W«lda Crepe (Erika Baron), «m- broidered linen, "NeTWta Sheer (Rar colored, witji infinite attention lo fit an EXTACEE S K I N T IT E rief is an)(lung— b of comfort for active modems !ikc their undies "sKoit s« ccl". The luxuiiotislj: soft ace- tate [j)oti fjbrk fits i!cek-JS-skin imtlci new Spring Jrwcs — tbc low pckc fiU rigbl into Tub* l ( Xc a ilutm— no needed! 5.95 to 14.95 Miss Wliilsitt's Slioj) Sdeciefl Shorls. Aitrets^ioh Matinee lOo & 26c Night 16c '& 3fic Weds. - Here Comes the Show from Rhythm Row. . . ' with mil Ihoif ttkrt rifilo D.«c£irffcy-ErN $10LOfF. KKUFMXti. Stttin 'ehr by V<Hli,,t<idit Davis, M Also I'aianiount NCTSTS A; Pic lot ial Admission >Taliiicc lOc & 26c Admissldii Ts'ipht IGc & 36 c ROXY Admission always lOc. ft 29c. Matinees Saturday •& Sunday Only Tue.-Wed.-Thur, PAL NIGHT! Two ArtmMlcd for the Price of 1' i HE KISSES AND MAKES UP J TO A ^\, STATUE! -•/<' t *•«$ say" 0 «w. FRANK McHUGH J ftNE WrMAN^ COR A WITH WSPOON A WARNER IROS, PICTURt AUo Novelty Short and Comedy

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