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TWO BLYimVJLLE, (ARK.) COURIER. NEWS . . \ COUUER NEtyS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET TbU Tfcktt 'Will Admit A. I*.' Cockran & CoiniiantQM - Tomato — i« the— XITZ THEATER 1 —1» we— of the K»use" Club Informal Members EntertjOntd With Banco Thirty members of the Club lu- Krmal-and j,»o guests, Mr and >&s. Paricer Cassldy of Calrcn, Mo, »«re entertained with a supper dance at (he WoVnau's club last night by Mr and Mrs J. J. nrjnnt and;Mr, and Mrs. T, H. Chapman, New members of the club arc Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baxter who sitteuded their first party last night. Bouquets of zinnias, daisies, 'roses, marigolds, anil other garden flowers made the club into n colorful setting for the dance. After the guests hart danced three hours, a buffet supper was served. Guests found their supper partners ( by matching miniature animals which had been giveii them as favors -»hen Ihey arrived, • » # His .-Parly-For Friend Mary Frances Nunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, entertained eight guests at a party yesterday afternoon for I,ouL(2 Douglas, who with her mother and brother, has returned from a two months' ilsit with relatives in various parts of the state, to spend a few weeks here with her falher, E P. Douglas, During the afternoon, the guests played games. Prizes went to Becky McCall and Shirley June • Barham, Refreshments of 'a a n ri w Ic h c s, iced.dnnks, and cakes were served at the conclusion of the games. * ' '* Club Has Guest Miss Virginia Marlin, daughter of Dr.' and Mrs S P Mrirtln, was » guest ,cf Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, jesterday afternoon when she entertained (members of her bridge club with a party at the Rustic Inn 'Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in which Miss Hubbard »as high scorer and Miss Martha ^nn Lynch, second high, : * : •'. • * Two Bridge Parties Compliment Miss Pace Miss Mary Elizabeth Face of Para, who returned home .today after having been the nouseguest of Dr. and Mrs L L. Hubcncr for 10 days, was complimented at a bridge party Wednesday nt the horne' of Mrs Eugene Dickinson FLAPPER FANNY - COPS. \nt tl till, 6MVICC, IXC. t, M. «ci» U. 5. P»T. Off, jaam. By Sytvi« Dixon To Tell "Why i We Sing, Do Not Play" 1 "Why We Sing am) Do Nol p)av" is the subject to IK discussed tonight at the church cf Christ West Main street, by H. A. Dlxoii of Springfield, Mo., who Is conduct- In^ (he series of meetings. Thcro I will be R baptismal service fbllow- Jiiji the preaching service 'tonight Mr. Dlxon preached last night en "The Peculiarities of the Church of Christ." He ' stated, that the existence of any organization depended on Its difference from others. Ife then pointed out several | differences of the Church cf Christ i from otlier religious bodies. Services will - ccnllnue through Sunday nig hi, each nlghl at, 8 o'clock. Songs by a quartet arc presented each day over KLCN, 12-00 to 12:15 o'clock and Bible study 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock. "llmra—vnnilia; Let's go watch the woman,that ordered maple-nut. 'flint's my favorite." Bits of News Mostly Personal* arc spending today i W. Jackson In Memphis. | Mrs. C. a. Hires and Mrs. Tom i W. Jackson arc spending lodny in i Memphis. | J. J. Bryiuit will spend the weekend in Lonoko wllh his mother, Mrs. Minnie Bryant. Billy Sherrlck ol frcderlck, Md., pit this nioinlnt; for his liomu iftcr linviug visilcd his grandparents, Dr.- and Mrs. 0: E. Wilson, uicl family for five weeks. He is the on of Mr, nnd Mrs. R. L,. Slicrrick. rlc wns accompanied home by Selly Storey, who will spend Ihc rest of the summer there. J. L. Wilkcrson^ of Nashville, here as the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Caruthersville' Society;— Personal Miss June Miller of St. Louis who has silent the past week here with MLss Winifred White, left Sunday fa- her home. Winifred accompanied her and will visit In the home of Cnptnin and Mrs. R.- A. Miller for a week. , Mrs. Emma Powell left Saturday nflernoon for KcimeU where "she spent Ihc night with friends. Sunday morning in company with Dr. and Mrs. Weiss she left f:r Palm tleach, Flu., where they will spend a week's vacation Gilbert Hazel cf St. fxiuls, Mo., arrived Sunday morning for a two H-ecks vacation ivllh relatives and friends. Mrs. Hnzcl, the former Mr. mid Mrs. Eddie Eegenold arc I Alice Bcrryman, is ou'vacalt-ii from spending today in Memphis. They ! her duties at the law office of Ward were nccrmuanlcd as far as Wilson -•'•-' " -' " ' " by Mrs. Tcm Phillips who Is speiid- J. 'II. Smart Jr. Mrs. J. A. Orr and daughter, and Reeves at this time. Miijcr W. E. G. Graham nnd Mrs. Graham and;;children left Saturday morning for Hot Springs, Ark. They will sjicnd their vacation in a cabin on Lake Hamilton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tilfinl Pntmor left Sunday morning for Akrcn, Ohio, where they wiU visit with rclallyes of Mrs. Palmor for several days. Mrs. W. N. Fisher and Miss Mr. and Mrs.' Thomas-Pittinan Nannie Garrett left Saturday for pf Avcn, Miss., H ill return lo their SI. Louis where they had planned he me this afternoon after having, to' remain f-:r several days visiting Ind the day with her mother, Mrs. O. E. Moore, and her sister, Mrs. Ralph Robinson. Mr, and Mrs, Ashley. Hartdick ami . daughter, Janice, of Little Rock, will arrive tomtrrow to spend the weekend here with Mrs. Had- Henley. Villon p l i , - • . " . ..VMIU mio utLviuuuii miuj jiuyjiiy iy leiriiiizi j-;r several <inys ,,!„ i „ ," i SC "', ', • vc .spent two days here with Mr. Pitt- with friends nnd shopping r t ^^ r ,ri n ^ 5 «..: i ^i'»»»V^'-'•-««• 3- P. B«*don, r Mis,,., Jo Juda arT Vci lion,. Tex., .tomorrow after liavlug visited Mrs. Orr's parent's, Mr, nnd Mrs. R. 1. Hnley, «nd fnnillv 1 " W. P. Orr ,,_..,,, „. 4 .^. v —„(-,>,..« ^..v,,,..,^^,^. uiin jviivs. w ,i* \Jil tint) inlDiiV and mother Thursday at Mrs. T. Mrs. Orr nnd Joe have been here W Jeffries' which climaxed the for a week, but Patricia has spent series of parties given for her. a month here.'They will be ac- Mrs.. Dickinson «as hostess to companlccl home by Mrs O IT'S sis- eight guests. Mrs Hoscoe Craflon ter, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckinon who will received high score prize, nnd spend two Keeks with them the guest of honor was also prc- T1 .. „,.. ... ... . ' croquet. Murf gardeix flowers decorated the rooms of the Jeffries home where HIB guests played cards. Mrs N. M Sensenbaugh was high among the eight players. The hostess served a 'salad plalc after which she gave Miss Pace a gift, • * • * Have Joint Meeting .Members of' the Woman's Foreign ^Missionary society and of the Young Woman's Missionary society, bf the First Church of the Nazarene had a joint meeting ycs- .terday afternoon at the home ol Mrs. Luther Cravens. A. brief business session Avas concluded with prayer. Refreshment,* were, served by tho liostcss before the group was dismissed with prayer by, Mrs. Mildred • Mayo. New Liberty News Birthdays With Party On Sunday Two birthdays were celebrated with one party Sunday when Mrs D. Garrett and her daughter, Mrs. T. H Stewart of West Memphis, entertained for Mr Garvelt, who . -- -- —=—,, Misses Jo Juda and Vestal JSs- rmd Mr. Brojdon. sury returned Monday afternoon . Fred Smith is resting well al his .from n. short slny in Pciracola home tcday following n tonslllec- Pla'«Mtsb''Juda- is on vacatl'n and tony performed nt Dr. Jfendrix will probably visit at p clinic in Memphis yesterday. His Arkansas this week mother, Mrs. Anderson Smith, Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. c Hill nnd Elizabeth ,'Blytlie and Miss Lottie family left. Saturday meriting for Ncal were in Memphis with him. | Memphis where they will spend Mrs. M. O. Usrcy nnd etnuahler, [ several days' with relatives. Mrs. in Keiser News Mr. and Mrs. C. R, Fcrgcrson snd Mis. M. G. Larsen motored to Ltngvlew, Miss., Sunday. Mrs. G. M. FiUmcY left Sunday for her home in Fcrt Thomas, Ky,, after having visited licr parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. p. Dtmavaiit, and family. Mtss Buford Duiiavanl accompanied her home. Mi's. Reno Ashley of Cntroti, M>., plans to leave fcr her home Thursday. She has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brlnkley and family. Mr. mid Mrs. J. N. Riiwlins, of Memphis, where the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wall. Mr. «nd Mrs. C, C, Llndsy, c f Trenton. Term., spent several <lays tills week Mill) Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Umlsy. H. I'. Ditnavant, W. O. Childs niid Dr. J. T. Polk spent Tuesday nnd Wednesday at Holly Grave. Tliey , were ncccjnpanlcd on the fistiing trl|) l)y Otto Kochlcr of Hell, nnd M. L.. Gresham of WHstii, Miss Doris Nail, of Forrest City, is the guest of Miss Frances Nail. Miss Mildred Ix)wc, win Is in training at the Baptist hospital in Memphis, Is spentlug a lew weeks here will) her parents. Miss Mildred Pranlcr, of Memphis, .Is the gue.st ol Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bruce. Miss Uell Andersen of Ulbonrn, Mo., Is tlic guest of Mildred Lowe and fatuity. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cl:iyl:n of rryor, Okla., s|>ont several days this week with friends uml relu- llves. Mr. arid Mrs. M. G. Larsen, formerly of Marion, i will i;esidc here for several weeks. Thcy''wiH ue at the. Iscnic of Mr. iincl Mrs. G. R. Fcrgerson. H. R. Bedford mot; red lo Forrest Cily Tuesday. At The Hospital* •Klyllicville.Hcspiliil . Mrs. J. F. Delancy, city, dismissed. . Mrs. E, 1,. Hale, Armorcl, dismissed. Mrs. Fred Oliver, city, dismissed. . Mrs. C. II. Lcssiler, Slccle, dismissed. ;. 'Walls Huspltiit .'!>, Nlinon, city, dismissed. Eleanor Story, city, dismissed.. .Memphis .B:\ntisl HosjiiUil Mrs. B. C. Carmack, Osceola, admitted: . ' . .Mrs. Pearl Ccwan, Luxora, ad- m'ftlcd. ., 'Mrs. Ira Zohncr, ifrllaud, aclmit- l«l. • .'Born to .Mi', nnd Airs. Willie Moran, Steelc, n daughter. . Memphis St. Joseph's Hospilul :Mrs. Aubrey Shellou, Steelc, ad- mi tied. .Mrs. Thurumn Nelson, Carulhers- vlile, admitted.' . fPiiuline Roe, Wllscn,.admitted. Design For Gardening CURL to revive any \ 7 girl's enthusiasm ' for gardening, which involves comujttini! beetles as well .£, picking frcsii blooms for crystal vases, is /this smart outm, <io- signcd .by Helen blue chintz — waterproof and spot-proof The garden designs are appliqucd on by heat sealing. FRIDAY, JULY 28,. 193!) ... Ffrc Prevention Fire PITTSFIELD, Mass. (UP)— An address on fire prevention was received with the aid"of an unex- Ipcctcd illustration. Andrews Wy| man was talking on fire prevention when n rubbish can across the street blazed up. requiring the services of a fireman with a hanrt- cxtingiiisher. ' Only Germany, Austria, Norway and Sweden have a lower birthrate than England and Waifs MEXICANHPOWDER B Coolest Spot in Town Miss Mary Spain Usrcy, Miss Pally Shane and Miss Martha Ann Lynch arc spending today In Memphis. Slecle-Co.oler Society—Personal in the wedding of llic Her. Mr. Ovcrholscr's brother, Alfred Over- holscr. He will be best man and Mrs. Ovcrholscr will be matron of honor. They will spend n few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ovcrholscr, before going to Memphis aiid then to Austin, Tex., wheie Ihcy will spend three days with her parents, Mr. find Mrs. J. K. McSpadden, and family. Prom iiicrc. incy plan to go lo points -of Old Mexico. They 'will be away-a inonth. Miss Pfoiinc Jarlme is ill of Influenza at her home, 50G Walnut Jirect. ' j Miss Jamie McGrcw, of Helena,' is spending two weeks here with, . her sister, Mrs. Norwood Hedge I Il -Pi ;cr wcr ° guests, and Mr, Hedge. ' frizes were awarded as follows: high score, Miss Margaret. M;Cluro J. G. Hill Sr., who has been a guest of her son and family for Arc Hostesses lo Clubs the past month, returned lo home In Memphis. Rev. W. L. Meyer, accompanied by John Pan), left Monday aftcr- ncon foi' Arcadia, ,\!o.. where they will attend the Methodist Y,:ung 1'coples Assembly being held thcro ' this week. Rev. Meyer will teach ; a class in Intermediate Department Sunday school work there this week. I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Neelej I and Mrs. Henry Couch of Detroit, I Mich., lefl Wednesday of this week Mrs. for their h:mc alter spending scv- cral days here with members of '; Horse Cur Token Prized ••WILMINGTON, Del. (UP) — A weri, which once, meant n .ride oiv a'jh'orse"'car iii Shel>:ygan,,.Wis.,' is the prize, exhibit in J. Baptist Ml- Injio's collection'cf "oood-for-onc- f«i;e", pieces. Milano, cue of the coiirilry's 30 collectors of trkens according to a recent survey, says I th.nl, he believes he has the only siich piece in America. . ] '; " ^ .: Eighty-nve per cent of Japan's output of raw silk is purchased by the United Slate. Cotton from this country is, In turn, purchased by Japan with the money obtained for Watch Society Fife Of Courier New* F«r Free Show Gouts FRIDAY, JULY 28 100 (!OI)D REASONS Why You Should Attend Matinee or Night Wimiun, 100, I.ikcs lo Fish STOUGHTON, Wis. (UP)—Fishermen bow to Breta Swnlheim. Although she is 100 years old, the lianiy little lady from Norway en- Joys nothing better than fishing on the Yahara river. Her bait, is the cUd-fnshlonctl, but ever reliable angleworm and her favorite catch is Dr. Richard Jordan Galling, o[ Chicago, invented the Catling gun. tit-fin ouniici TERMINIX TERMINATES v^:-: TERMITES How to Get Rid oi Bedbugs Hero's what lo do. Every room and Its lurnhh- ines should be sprayed wilh Bee Braml Insect Spray. Cracks, crcvlcea, wall hoards and every liarL ol beds and springs must be treated thoroughly. Loose wall paper must he removed. Ove/6tuiTerf lurniturein infested rooms should be thoroughly fumigated or burned. Repeal spray- ing.un(il infestation is completely wiped out Don't confuse Hec Brand wilh other InJecU- cidts. Bee Brand Spray really "^ kilto bedbugs—j-et it'scnttrelj' sate to use in [he home. Bcc Brand haa no nasty kerosene smell—only a dean cedar frd- i R-ancti that soon disappears. i Don't waste money-iOn. cheap, ; weak, smelly Bluff. Iiuiat on : genuine Bee Rrand Insect Spray—in the red and ytftow can. Sold with a guarantee ol fofis/urfioii o'r moriry back. i NOTE: J'oii can also kill ttiltuas ajTZ-ci. aa roaches and ante, ii-lth Htc Brand Insctt f'au-dcr. Rtad directions on can. i\fr, and Mrs. O. M. Morgan will -, • ----- •>• leave Sunday for n month's lour .?'.. • Dlck RIic| !io; bunco to of the \Vcst. They plan (o travel the Northern route through tltc state of Washington going doivn the Pacific coast (o San Francisco where they will atlcnd the Fair. Mrs. Clarice GilUland ami . Bill Russell .«crc co-hostesses - ....„, „„,„ Ilcro w , their Liicky .Nine Bunco Club and the Ncelcy fmnlly. Jolly Eisht 'Bunco Club at the i Mrs. win McCorcl of Detroit h"«c of Mn. ouiltond Wednesday Mich., Is t lie g^est of her iter! \tn , ,H \'t " . ^" ° f Qulljn. Mrs. J. D. Huffman, and Mr. Huff-' Mo., and Mrs. Fred Vaughn, Miss man . Chnslmc Barnetl and Mrs. Tern | Mrs . j. ;,. IjOwcry „.„„ ,,,,, spclj( the past Jen days here with her son, "Lefty" Lowcry and as Ihc hcuseguest cf Mrs. W. !,. Cnntrcll, left,Monday for her home. They return the Soulhcru *t,vj »j,i ILLlllll U1C ClOUlllClU . . . ' ° roulc. They will visil Mr. and Mrs. j e nl "l . tl ; > wcvc -^"cd. E. C. Hensel at Evanslon. Wyo.,! and Mr. ami Mrs. A. It. Morgan in ! was 52, and his granddAU»hlcr Simla, Colo. Patsy Ereline Stewart. *lio was' Mr - »>"! Mrs. G. Cf .Htibbard and f",. r , , seven Both had birthdays on ihc so ». George, went to Memphis to-'' - 23r d- " I nay lo be with Mrs. llubbard's sis- s ™'"""" r Forty twj guests attended the • tcr - Mrs - Lou Eckels, who is ill in affair which was given at Uie' llic &M>UM. hospital (here. The Garrett home. I condition of Mrs. Eckels Is un- Mr. and Mrs Garrctt's sons, o. A,l cll ™8 C(l Dunward of Osccola, G. W. cif' Mts - We Brown and liaiiglitcr Promised Lar.d and Har) Edward Daphne, of Auburn, Ala., rcttmiei 1 White and Miss Christine Uarnelt; , Ar!t , vllcrc sl , c low score to Mr.,. Arthur Tnyl:rl of rc , alh , f ,, for , ev ' era 7 ( " s ",'c and Mrs. Tom Hopper. | lvcccmpi>n i c( | Mrs . u o ^ [\ Refreshment* ol ice cream, augcl 1U)t , ^ llghtcr h:nle . Mr. and Mrs. Eli Lockard, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sherman, lilmer spent Sunday nt keener Springs. Mrs. Leon Scott spent, the wccfc- ciul In Blythcville wilh her KISUT... Mrs. Jerry llcarn and Miss Helm Green, who is recovering from ;i cut oi)crali:n. Mr. So:tt drovf down Saturday night. Doyne Michie is expected limn? the last of the week. He has EACH BUYS lias been llic guest .:f of Slcclc this week is spending a few days al Cooler with Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. MoCaim. .Mrs. Tom Lewis of Keimelt |, .M'-slcrday here with her gr.indmollier, Mrs. J.hn fiussell,. who is ill. Miss -Louise Hinson cf war and their families wcie all present as -wre their daughters, Mrs. Jack Love, Mrs T. H. Stewart of West home this mornhij; after linvlrti; visited Mrs. Brown'.s aunt, MM. J. H. Smart Sr., and Mr. Smart, and .. Tcnn., who is here, and Tom Craaford ol 111Wl "-T," d * WCCkC ' 1<l cll with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. --.-,..„„ ». j,. uuinull , oi wcsl ... unvnn or., aim Mr. t-mart, and *,„ „ ,, , , —„. Memphis, Mrs. Henry Neal of Hcl- her brother, U. W Mulliiw aiul I, " IU I - awho » »"'l ••<-"• E| land, Mo, and Miss Opal Garretl! family since Monday They' were! ' a ' ld Mlss Bllnlci: Glllhric Iwvc and their (amities. nccoinnaniort i,™,,.. i«f '«»,.!„?. t-,,- «lurncd from J'oplar Uluff where and their Olher guests inducted: O'Nenl Roy Holt, brother of rs Oarrett ana family ct Gosnell; Mrs' W.'C. Barbour, sister of Mrs. Gar- ictt, and lamily cf Luxora; Mr. and patiicd homo by Bculali Ellz- aucih Mulllns, who will s=v- Bojd of G:sneil, nephea- of Mr. nal vceks with them, They slori- n.^,.,. «™ «„,. ..... pc[) ncre for (he vj . a M (h| i y ^ en route home from Nashville where they had visited friends Mrs. G. V. Carter ol West Plains, performed Wednesday Blytheville hospital r C r whose home Is in West Plain" a he car C r " -j — ««.. v . » t ».-*«. unu i -•-.•". -k«. ¥• viiiiti ui *»val rlUlnS Mrs. J O Bjars and daughter, Mo., is visiting her daiHiter Mrs' Reoa, of Luxora; Mr, and Mrs. L. C. Brady, and family, she'came Erie Dollar of Memphis; Mr. and to bo with another dsuMilcr Mrs. Waller Stewart and grandson - - • ° Billy Gilbo cf Blytheville. ' -Bird in.Hand Means Cage NEW ORLEANS tUP) - Vincent Malassa kno^s now thai a bird in the hand means he goes in the cage. Matassa nas freed under $500 bond Xcr>holding a captive mocking bird. ..».,„„„, , lulll umml ' United States Commissioner n, H. Tenn., wiiere {lie had been with Carter-,Jr. ruled that he violated liev sister, Mrs. Hoyfi faster tne tfilgraury bird treaty act by has been quite 111 al her ' bong aught with a feathered there Miss Coleman went over Friday.,Mrs. Laster is now Improv- returned from J'oplar ttluff where they have been since the death ol Mrs. Chas. Guthrie Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Ashcraft and daughter. 'Keen. Mrs. Dick Michte and Mrs, F. E. Waters were visitors In Blytheville antl Caruth- crsvlllc ycjtcrday afternoon. Mrs. Chris Wcintrcll left yesterday f:r a vsll with relatives In Miss Clarice Coletnan returned Wednesday from Union City, Conner Htwt »mat tot. ing Mrs. 0. O. Hires and Mrs. Tom oplar Blur ic funeral J. B. has arrived fcr Harper were In icsrtay altcruoDn for tirs. Chas. anthrlc. iMlelgli. N. C., visit- with Mr. . and Mrs. J. M, McGlure and other relatives of Cooler. Ed Oaylor and son were visitors in Caruthersville yesterday afterno: n. The city of Tiahuanaco, Bolivia, Is thought to antedate even Ur and the ancient pyramids. . Hie guest of Mr. and Mrs. p. s. Petty and family while they wcrii on vacation at point. 1 ; in T . Captnln tuberl Brown mid fnm- ily nre exiwclcd here the last o; Ihe week for a few days visit with his mollvcr, Mrs. H. H. Brown of West Sixth Street. They will also visit with his bother, Georse Brown and Mrs. Brc«u. Captain l!r m recently completed his foreign service In China and landed at ,s,in Francisco on July V. He will report to .Marine Training School at Quanllco, Vs., en August 7. Going lo the. Movies on FREE TICKET! Trade here and gel free tickets lo ^ isei ntL- UI:M:W to ./;•:•{ %h either RUr, or /T&rCCx Rosy Theatres nl (f \\ our expense. " / S10 hi-Trade Adult Ticket 55 In Trade — Junior Ticket RITE PRICE STORED 111 E. Main 3-^0 ^y. Jl.iin *, batteries, radios, hc.Ticrs knd other products for your car can be bought on ihc Firestone -Budget I'lan f or surprisingly ;.|ittlc cash outlay and freins so " ixpall you'!! hsraly notice them. Littt* la ttt Vtict el firrllani. UlinjK iHimtiirtr H,I!MU Mi iV. 0. c M Ntiuvit TonciothcTiculonlVnkeoriheF.MtnRxiio Piojrao! iwicc each »- £e k durm< noon hout PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th A Walnut Phone 830, For That Comfortable Feeling Of Safety WHEN USING BULK PRODUCTS DEMAND CRAIG'S PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS IMIOUUCKD IN A l>l,ANT THAT CA't'BRS TO YOU.K NEEDS AND HEALTH ORDER TODAY OR BUY FROM YOUR GROCER CRAIG'S SWKKT M1I.K KUTTKR iMH,K IJUTTER BULGARIAN 1}. JI. WHIPPING CKRAM' COPl-'KB CKEAfll COTTAGK CHEKSK CHOCOLATE JHLK ORANGEADE For Your Health & Safety Say "CRAIG'S 7 ' It's Pasteurized PHOrXk' 7-1 DAILY DELIVERIES YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED STRONGER &DESIRE Virginia BRUCE Walter PIDBEON (,, LEE BOWMAN | SHORTS ANN DVOBAX ILKA CHASE jilAJOHNSON Also selected shorts Admission Matinee We & Z6c Nig-Ill IGc & 3Gc Saturday m? Also cartoon & serial "Oregon Trail." Continuous show. Atfmfc.sbn till s.-oo p.m. lOc & 2(ic Admission nfter 5 JI.DI. 16c & 31i> Sunday - Monday 'Man About Town' with JACK ..IJENNYY, Dorothy Lnrmmr, Edward A'ni- nl(], liinnic Barnes, ['hil Harris, Hetty Gntble "Rodics- Icr." Now! ! Al last, !t;itlin's number oi c program is on llir'screen ac- cliu'nicil by Erl Sullivan anil other critics a.s IJcnny's very best. Alsn Pnrnmoiinl News. "Nif;lit at Trrc" & comedy. Cflnlinnous sho\v Sunday. Artm. ,S«n. M.it. & Night lllc >t Me Adrn, Monday Mntincc Iflo & ZGc Artm. Monday Night 16c & 3Gc BOXY Arfmfelori alwayj lob & ZSf MalfncM Frl.-Sat-Sun. Friday -Saturday GUN JUSTICE' Alsn carlonn R scri.il, "H.urk of Wilderness." Conlimious show on Saturday. Sunday-Monday JACK Searching expoie of sabotage spies I

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