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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 28, 1938
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, PAGE TWO E . (AUK.) COURIER NEWS CODRIEK COMftlMlNTARV TICKET T&ls Ticket IVUJ Admit 3, K. Na\c arid companion 1517 «'. Main —to rar— — (g "MAIP'S NM3MT OM'l'" Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS SJr, and Mrs 1) A, Lynch entertaining Tuesday ftiglit Sppper club, 7'CO oYloek % WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W, H. Minyard entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. .Young Matron's club meeting will} Airs, poyla fleixjersoii. Mrs. E. M. Huffman entertaining tlie Udies' Bible Study of His Churcli of Christ. Mr?- Rq)a,nd Green having Wednesday Contract club THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, ft E. keck entertaining Thursday .Cqntract club Thursday Afternoon club meeting Avilb, MIS, C, W. Osrrigon. Jewisli LcdiCii' Al(l ipccling in Temple Israel at 8,00 p in. Altar Society pf tlie Church of the immaculate cnncepUpn sponsoring a bingo party at 8 00 o'clock nr CattioHp tfall with Mrs. Waller Cox; jr., and. Ml?, John F. Lent! as hostesses FRIDAY'S EVENTS Jiinlc) Woman's club meeting nt club house Cotillion Club To Have A Dance Jlildy Heisc .and Ms orchestra, of .Cfti>e Glrardeau, will play for the fourth Cotillion club dance Saturday night at (he American legion lint. T|ic affair will begin j at 1,0.0!) o'clock, Members of the club arc calling today and tomcrimr at lha homo of I\(r, and Mis. W. R Crawford, 1405 West Mam slrect, for their programs; * * * Will }ta>e Meeting of Council and Assembly. The Sunday school council of the First Baptist .cjiurch will meet tomorrow night (it 0:30 o'clock at the;church. The council meeting v, ill be foK lotted at 100 o'clock by an assembly nutating, » • * Mrs II W Jtullius Weds J H Smarl v Mrs U W Mullins si , and J. II. I 1938 Senior Follies Queen Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs, Walter Slcssll, o( Jackson, Tenn., were the weekend quests of Ml 1 , and Mrs W H Mlnynrti. .Max usrcy, who 1ms spent the past several days with his mulh- cr, Mrs. M. O, Usrcy, lips rcturn- L'd to Camdcn, Ark. ' Mrs. U. F. KI BCI . ] las b( . cll endlns n wck ii) Memphis with relatives. Miss Mildred (.oil Ilubbanl, who ,s ft fitiidiin; at anuthweBtern llni- In Memphis, spent the weekend with her paivins, Mr. and Mre. G. Cl, Hubbavd. Mrs. o. H. \Vtlley spent Baliir- dny and Sunday In Meinn)>Is and Oxford, Mist., with Mr. Willcy, preparations for moving In Oxford next week. iss Pa,tiy filinjip, «•)){,- iiiio.'tds cmr cnllese in Pniighkocpsle, N. V., arrived noilio yestei'day m.ofu- to spciid lioc jiprinb' vacation with her parent, Mr. and Ml>. Peel) BliHiic. She w«s accompan* fed by H Boiiooinwio,> JMHP PIIHop), of plajnsflcUl, fj. >. , ' Mr. find Mrs, Jess Honier 8n(l 'ss Mnbel Ifngnp were |p Mem- Phis yesterday, tq spo }}a|e Jaok- fioii, of OfcpRla, \v|ip is ill In Bnipbeii'a clinic. Mrs. Walter liosenthal i^i spending today JR MciiiplUs. .Mrs, \f. fi. nicKerstalT (3 seriously ill it (lie liptiie of Me, "and Mrs. Ed ^Ainjevson, -fQO Oiark ,.. FLAPPER PANNY MONDAY, JiAilCJi 28, Miss Marjorie Warren, above, was crowned CJucen ot the 1Q3J Gonior Memcrfal' Follies nt a -program, presented Friday nijlit at Hie city j high school auditorium, 6hc wns prpivncd by (l)e senior pl.ifs nresir dent. Todd Harrison. (lik group will-tic path Wcdnrs- pliane of ydiow, green and white tiny aflcrnaai; n>. S:15 o'clock. Mrs. with sprays or flpwevs'qf cpntrast- C-. L. Blb'.^.v :s Ucin» i:on . Bunpj! White spent yesterday 'In Lcflcliviilc, \vhgro he Iprinovly lived. Ernestine Holt, Uaushtcr of 'Mr. and M)'S, E. M. fJoll, ivlio l),'!s been 111 at l)cr homo slnco Wedpcsclay, Is i»npro\'iiig, Ml', and Mrs, J. E. Ha_ssou \yill loavo touicrrmv for a ten days elay Jn Hew Orleans. ' ', Mrp, Carol Myers, xyljo h 5l s pio'p Visiting he)- sister, Mrs. Waiter npsenthal, for several days, has returned ?q her home In Eudora Ark. ' ' •••'••• :s Uciin» i|:onpw. ' ' : ; Avmorcl W, M. U. Jlpets - Mrs.'.WiM Andersan' was loader of the liojlal service program pro- Ecnlcd nt (lie meeting of Hie Wo' MiESionary Union of the _ . . ~ "• "- iiitina mibMuiuuy union Ol U11 Smut, sr, «eia married yesterday Uimorel Bnptkl church Friday at aiterjioon in a ceremony at tlio I icrnoon at the ohurch home of U Vf Mullins jr The ser- j Mrs . D . R . Omm " Mrs 0 L ntJ^J"" 1 ?,*? }'« n S\ A i frC(1 Eis!l °P- Mls5 Uole » Anderson and peopl list church, befoic members of tile] Fcllo\ung the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs Smart went to Memphis, ami will go to otiiei southern points on their bridal trip Upon their return they will make their home witlvMr. Mullins, 1203 West Chickasawba avenue. Mrs. Mullins lived here a number of years ago and liari recently returned from Macon. Miss., to make her home in this city, Mr. Smart is a well known local planler. « * * Sir. and Mrs. Hall Complimented at Tarty "Mr, and Mrs. Sheldon Hall were complimented with a party Sunday night at the Hotel Noble when Mr. and Mrs. John Miles Miller entertained 20 of their friends for dinner. Mrs. Ha)l was before her recent marriage Miss Virginia Arnold, of Memphis. Dinner was served at small tables in the pink room of the Hotel. Tall vases of spring flowers formed the background for the party and Easier bunnies and nests of eggs fcrmed the centerpieces, Tlie Easter motif was further carried out in the placecards which were chocolate eggs with the name ol the guests written on them. Among the out of town in Europe." Attend F)iiy. A number of are planning (o scp Helen Hayes' Kcrfoimance" in " Victoria Reginn" at .the Ellis v\i|ditorii||n in Memphis cither today or tomorrow. thosp . will attend were: Sirs. Louis Straiten Norveil. Miss Carolyn DunavanL. jack Treeman and Mr. Blaylock. of Memphis. District Deptilj Visits O. E, S. Mrs Geneva Fowler, of Wilson, district deputy and Orand Lecturer of the Fifteenth District of the Order of the Ejstcrn Star made her official visit to the local chapter Friday night when Mrs Everett Reed, Worthy Matrcn and Mrs Irma Bandy, Associate Matron, of the. Osceola chapter were also present. At the conclusion of Mrs. Fowler's leclurc. she was presented a cedar gavel by Ihe local Worthy Matrcn en behalf of this chapter. Names fit the officers wore inscribed on the gavel which was from the "Shepherd of the Hills" codntry. Mrs. J. W. Adams, sr., Mrs. t,. M. Burnette, Mrs. Nora Edwards and Mrs.. Raleigh Sylvester were also presented gilts fdr their birthdays. A dutch sup re i wa ^ served the guests and members at the opening of the meeting. * » * Junior Auxiliary Organized at Armorel. Juanlta Anderson svas elected )>>(Eiricnt of ine Junior Ojrls Aux- illpry of the *— ' ~ ~~ " • ^ church * 1r,ijrsrt.ay ^. the c,h)!ieh aie: Mrs,- Farnsworth Black, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, jyirs. Marvin Robinson, Mrs. W. H. Minyard, Mrs. Hunter C. Sims, Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Mrs. Malt Monag)).in, Mia, \Valkcr E. Eaker, Mrs. G. O. Candill. Mr. and Mrs. Elton W. Kirby and Mr. and Mrs. Il.ivry w, Hniucs. Miss Mildred Moore, Miss Ettie Ceo Terrell, Miss brace Phelps, Miss Lena Mac Oliver, Miss Allyce Kelson, Norman Guicc, Mrs. fiilcy B. Jones, Mrs. Lloyd Sticks sncn, Mm. Murray Smart, Mre. Dixie Crawford, Mrs. Hairy Kirby, Mrs. A. G. Little, Mri' C. W, Afflick and daughter, Miss Mary Jeanne. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, Mrs. J. Nick Thcims. Mrs. Louise Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. j. Y. Turner, o[ Dell Miss Alary Bain, Miss Winnie Vir- Sil Turner, Miss rtosa M. Hardy, Mif3 Ciiartcs. Jones, Mrs. Edg?r eormn, Mrs. C. R. Babcock. Mrs. Rcdncy L. Banister, Mre Floyd A White. Mfcs Thchna Worthinglnn, Mrs 2, B. Thomas, Miss May L«I IC Miss Dora Coppodgp. Mr. and Mr*' Cecil EJlaitc and daughter, Miss June rii- Vce prcsldep. and Franc seweivy. ' rcgnlnr tt.e^hj lime Jenii- Fatly, and ! icd of Walnsficlrt. N. j., Mrs t-. Hale. Miss Marguerite Piiaj. Nathan RosenlhnC Miss Jcntiy Wren Billahunly. Miss Margaret ;n:ner, Mrs. D. C. McLean, Mr md Mrs. S. Jicdcl. • • . Knlr.rlains With Two ISridgc Parties A background of tall vase-, filled with Irises, bridal wreath and yellow caiia, with shaded lights behind them, decorated the Blue Room of lho Hotel Noble Friday and Saturday afternoons when Mrs. Charles L. Wylis entertained with Iwo bridge parties "- ' r rabbits. the snail tables which wcra'cover- ed with refreshment covers in tlie Easter design when a de&scrt plate of molded Easier lilies or Ice cream, yellow individual ice of cake and salted nuts . served, Low bowls of viol and yellow candles were the ci tlnv . lng scheme canitd out the decorativ , Cadl d gripped In colored cello Mrs. hig colors tied on each Friday the , hlyh.prtee, cuV work Willow cases, I '° NflslWlle, Jwn. was ; won by Mrs. Jtnnc" l'l C e ° h ° lllncss was ; won by Mrs. second nigji, R sa in ( | , was vvoii nor. _PUjllips was calloil Si)|i(|'iy "pe- rt ^Vlri,' cr ' Mrs ' Gcol '6e P- Cajhoun, fray, was woiru'y ''^wt ffi^? 1 ** 0 *™ mc CTit1cnl r .nor. T|io cut prize, a waslc paper .f, 5 ', Mr ' nl '!' l| l». who accompjiji- bnskct was presented Mrs. Ed Wll- ,„,,,, 'r 11 * Hams, of Armorel. Mrs. n. H Wil- ' " lg "'. bllt llnms, of Anuorcl Mrs. C. H. Wil- Icy, who Is leaving soon for Oxford, Miss., was ' given a goblol hutching her set pf cryslitl, present were; Mrs. L..C, B. Young, and Mrs, Qodfrcy Wliito, of of CarutherKville, Mo. Mrs. pi-cd Ficeman received pillow cases for high prize Saturday aflcriiOQii when Mrs. Wylie cn- Icrlnlned 50 guesls.'Tlic second blgh, ? g^ass vase, went to Miss Monja HiiBhr.s. Hook ends \verc the cut prize, won by sirs. Fred Jltiiinn. Miss Bob Williams and Mrs. Charles Tliomns, of Luxora, ami Mre, Joe Lilzelfelner, of Columbia Mo., housegiiest of Dr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Martin, were the out of town guests for tlie Saturday party. Demonstration Club J^e^vs Notes Seventeen members and five visr ilors of, the Number Nino Homo Demonstration club met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. C. E. Parker when Mis.-, -Cora Lee Coleman, home ilemqnslralion agent, answered Ihc qucrid box and discussed "Belter Homes Week." Mrs. J. D, Mlemby was eo-liOjlCTs: Each nieniber In answer to the roll call lold a useful household hint, following which Mrs. n. M. Turner, home management chairman ^vho. was leader of Ihc pra- Rraui, read a poem, "Oofs, Will for told how Moore told how to rcflnish nlrt noors. Mrs. J, n. tlemby read "Plc- lurcs fcr the noi))n" and Mr.5. Lee Styles read •'Country Homes and Family Comfort." During the social hour, Mrs. Fred Jlsan, recreation chairman, cpter- taincd with a sake contest and Ihfi hostesses served a sandwich plate. The next inccling of the group will be In the home of Mrs Ifcmby April 6. Pianist Finds lor a longer stay. . and Mrs. W. B. Tanner and . .. , Jiinm|c, of Helena., vyem the; Weekend aupsts of Tnniior 1 .-, ^Irs. T. J. Majiai), aiid , family. ffqfii ;i|caslcs. .Mrs. Arthur of Barrio and .. „„„ Mary Lawler, of ' Lc.xingtim, Tcun , and Dr/'N. . g, Hfopre, P r tit. Louis, vj-ere the weekend BMcsts ol Dr and Mr§. L, If. Moore, and family. J. A. Leech went lo Memphis yesterday to be wiih Mrs. U-cch. who is ill In (he Baptist hospital. Although Mrs. Leech i.; get- . . . ling along very well, she will , probably have ID remain' there another week. j Miss Carolyn nimawint. of Memphis, spent lho weekend as the Biiest of Iicr sister. Mrs. John Miles Miller, and Mr. Miller. ' ' [ Mrs. D. C. McLean will go . to Memphis Tuesday to meet her daughter, Miss Elizabeth McLean and her room mate. Miss Virginia Mosley, of DeKalb. Miss. They will see the play. -•Victoria Regiim" in Memphis and will return here Wednesday. The girls, who attend Mississippi state College for Women at Columbus, Miss., will spend the remainder of their pring holidays here. ' Lorna Ethel Horncr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Horncr. Is ill . . from measles at her home. :)|0 . avenue, and Mrs. Horncr is ill from n cold. Mr. ami Mis. Tcny Welch an-| Miss Ollic -Simpson, of si. Linis were the gi| C5 u o f Mr. and Mrs W. .3. Langcjan yesterday. Miss Edna Katherinc Hair who leaches in Hot. Springs, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr -iiid Mrs. E. A. Hale. Mrs. Berry B.^Bropks ami dainh- ter, Virginia, of Memphis, will arrive Wednesday inoniitig to s pcnri a few days with Mrs. Breaks' mother. Mrs. Allan Walton. The condition of Mrs H L Halsell jr., who is il] , 1t i>ie Blv Ilicvillc hospital, rrmains critical today. Ivy W. Craw/oid. Mississippi county representative, has returned from LUHo Rork «hnrc he allcnl SteeJe-Cooter Society—Personal of a company 11 recfuit. Eager'to make a good impression-in answer- Ing his first alarm, he jumped out of bed and got into his boots, coat and cap. Bu(, when lie" gol to the nre, he found he'd forgotten his Pants. "Who's that fc!|ow Peggy's'dating?" "Oh, some little worm she found in a Big Apple contest.' Presses .TluiL Ate Easy to Make And Charming lor Small Ry O4ROJ,. WAV HttlP "drfsscs pye to cliariuint', ai\() so easy to iniikc, that everybody's small dnnslytar deserves tq iiavc them both I The l>H!o |)fi!)pcss, patlfrn SBSIJ, with square iiecklliio f\W\ n saucy flare of skirt, is itlcal for every day. made up in !fU«ni' BiDBhaip or bright iicrealo print. Pattern 8170,'\yitlj tight bodice, rippling full skirt, Bash bow at the tack and n pfrfeclly jieuiv tatjng point ' a.t lho waistline, makes a bcc-yiitjfiil party frock in la,tTcla, nrgandy, dimity or dotted Swiss. Pattevn !)I!8B is designed for sires i.6, n anij 10 years. Si™ 0 •dvitli panties) requires ,i yards ot 30-lncli matreia]. Dress alone. 3 yanls unit •! 1-2 yards braiii or ribban for trimming. 1 1-2 yards of bia.s binding. Pattei-p 8J78 is designed for ;tt- i' 4, 0, 8, 1Q and I?. Sire G requires 3 1-il yaixls of SOrinnli m.i- terial wit" 3-B yard, of cont),u,t for collar, and ncck-boiv. The new SPRING AND SUMMER PATTERN BOOK, 32 pa,,^ of nltractivc designs for every Eizu a|Kj every occasion, is npw ready. PhQlpgraplis show dresses made froni IJip^c pattenw beinif worn; a feature you will enjoy.'Let tlie pl)a.iii|i)ig tjesigiis ji) this new bqok hel|i yon in your sewing One pattern and the new' .Spring and Summer Pattern Book—-25 cent.'.. Book alone—15 cents. NUMBER and SIZE to COURIER NEWS TOPAY'S PATTERN BUREAU, 11 STERLING PLACE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. A group of young married ladies of Etccle have organized B club known as HID Tuesday Afternoon club and will meet- each week In rariojs home;. Last week (hoy were entertained In the homo of Mrs. Ben W. Burns. The members are Ucsiiaiiu.-.? JoJmuie Rhr.des, Ben W. Burns, L. Yeager, Baxter Southern, Conrad Frame, Harbcrt Hudgeiis, Ley-1 on Earls, and Rotsil Stcele. Mr. and Mrs. Ocorgc bponcc of Etecle arc anjimiuclng the arrival ol a D',G pound son, John Ecott, who arrived on March 18. Mrs. T. S. Cooper returned Thursday from the Memphis Methodist hospjlfii w i, crc ,s) )0 ,;,),!(,,. went an operation several wcck.3 aso. She inade Hie Irjp fiiif and is getting along fine: Mrs. Dean, ivho lias been staying with Iicr, also returned home. p. H. Cooper went down and brought li-ein lo Ccoter. Clficers of the Associatlonal W. M. U, of the Baptist cjiurcii were entertained iij the home of Mrs. L. E. Cooper of Corner l-'riday ftftcrcoi). The general roiiliue ot business was transacted and plans ade far (.he program a(, tjw OE.SO- lnlionnl meeting wl|icji will be eld at Rjscp on April )S. Those attending were Mrs. T. M. fpide)!, Mrs. GRGP Knlglil and Mrs. Hcscoe Pierce of Oanithcrs- villa, Hfrs. William HniTman and Mrs, R. L. Gilbert of liayti and Mrs. Sims Michic of Stccic. W- and Airs. Rodney Brasher, who for several weeks lia;c been Ihp gucsls of Mrs. Brashcr's parents have left for Cape Gir.irdeau. Fire Fighters Boast Never a Dull Moment DES MOINB3, la. <UP) -"Never a dull' moment" has become tlie motto of the boys around headquarters of hose company 11 of (lie Des Momes fire .department As evidence, they poiijt to the experience of Fay Hatch, one ol their members. He went downtown with his wife on his day olf and returned home to find his mates putting out a fire on the first floor of his home. Then there was the cxparioiice Cat-Cha»ing Dog Meets Skunk and Waterloo SWAMI'SCOTT, Mass. (UP) — Prince, a/cal-chasing dog, did his stuff once loo often. Cul for an airing with his mistress, he spotted what lie thought lo be a cat. Prince cornered Ins );rcy after the customary chase. 1'hew!—II wasn't a cat! Huffman fyeivs Miss Alberta Brackin and Miss Mate! Brackin. of Ulytheville. visited relatives hero Friday, having come fcr (he funeral of Shirley Ray Adams. '' . Miss Florence Stokes i.i spcnd- IB a few days with Mrs. u. Jl. Orccn of Tyler. Mr. autl Mre. Harry Spo:islcr, Mrs. Paul Miller. Mrs. Mattic Whilchurst and Miss June Whitehurst, of St. Louis, arrived Friday morning for the funeral of lilllo Shirley Adams. • Fern Adams is reported scri- cusly ill from a moulh Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rest, of Csccola. arc visiting Mrs. Emma Pecry tfiis week. turned lo his home from the Blytheville hospital, where he underwent a tonsllcc-lowy Saturday. Billio Beall, of Osceola, has been admitted to the Memphis MclhOr dist hospital. At the Hospitals Marvin Tawnscnd \vas admitted In the IJlythcvillc hospital yesterday. He was taken in a Coob ambulance, \ ,•'• ;.-,. Mrs. Zcla Miljer was ."removed from thff lilythevillc hajifliai io Iicr home yesterday in a Cobb ambulance. Mrs. Frank Hill was removed from the Blythcvlilc hospital Saturday afternoon to her ijome in a Cobb nmbnhncc. Gerald Carter jr., has Ixien rc- Meats and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Here We pay Highest Prices on Poultry at all Times. GAINES MKT, I'honc 1M 118 w. Main St. Kl) H. COOK Alturjiey-al-Law Announces Reipoval ' 'jf His Office From, Hale BWg, lo Ingrani Bldg,, 108 S.>sfe RITZfr Everything for your enter . tiunmcut and comfort. Admission Malinec lOc & 28o Adniis?ion Ni^ht ICc & 3fio Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Last Times Today 'The Goldwyn Follies' with Adoliihe iMcii.joti, • Ititz HroJlicrs, 'Xnrina, Kenny, Baker and IMgar Uergeu & Charley McCarthy. /1)s:>' I'ov(ty Fig. Cartcon & j'ara- |i]in]|il Kens. Admission Matinee lOc '.t 20c AtlmitMUM .N'ighl JOc Jt SGc TUESDAY AGAIN THIS YKAJl WE \VIM, I? FOR SEAT COVERS *NEW 1'ATTERNS NEW STYI<KS *NEW I'KICEB To make mam _for our nc\> stcrb of scat rovers >vc arc closing n'iit our present j|ock a I below cost prices. t COMK IN TOOAV. . SAVU 50% WHILE THEY LAST. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 301 Walnut .Drawing §200.0(1,, ', t I Denying •"$50.01) " 'Maid's Night M with Joim Fontaine •& AllaiftW A coed' picture for Ihe entire family. , Aflmia-.'on Mufincc IDe & ''tic Admission-.Night l(ic A ;tf OUT TOGETHER AGAIN Since she tore Washday off her Calendar. All Time cd the spccja! eral assembly. ol the gen- * Would 3wu[jf y City '"- — - -' — — . w .^ r .i ^ijj ., \^iiy Longstanding Error For Coming Convention LOUIS (UP) ~ A few hours „, Schnabcl, famous | Blytlicvilte - Ihc ot. Orchestra \\e d^ls- a hall . 5uou have Exclusive of the seasoning lime fiiven Ihe wood ijsed In Its coii- months to manufacture a piano. « •• , 7:30 o'clocfc, at !he city Reports ol ,,ro 3 rcss mane tu £ "'" n'lirr projects, ir.clud- the boautiflcation of niyisUn street, will also be taken up. Read Courier News Want Ads. iirh"Sa"i"-.*i;s r r" : ;; G ." bn ™* «'*G«» pvtn m-CMcll „ coll|rl " « «« or sleep. ^^$|s* < w; K- i *.Wf ADLERIKA Kirby Bros. Drug Co. 21 HOUR FRIGI'DAIRE SERVICE Only Authorized Service- In Mississippi County Commercial or Residence Jibs 'Phone 67 E. B, G ee S^Ies C<?. E- B. Gee, sigr. 109 S. Second St. No longer is she too tired lo go places with her husband and enjoy a good ti(B§. She has her old pep of courting days - and they're out together again, No tonic... no magic soap compound ... no electric device caused this transformation. She took washday with all ils back-breaking, spirit-breaking work right off her calendar. She sends her laundry here LAUKORY-GLEANERS PHONE ISO ROXY Admission always l(] c & 26c. MalljiBE^ Saturday & Sunday Only Last Times Today starring WAYNE MORRIS-- PRI8CILLA LANE : TI»w»lel!«ll, Kck'fww Also Fox News &'Comedy Tue.-Wed.-Thur. PAL NIGHTS! Two Admitted for the .Tri

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