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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 8, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 8, i'jyg • COURIER'NEWS '' '.COMPUSiENTABy TICKET Tils 'Tickit Wdl Admit J. E. McCord and Companion i Manila, Route 1 '' : * —TO CIIC— EITZ THEATER —to see— f"MR aiOTO'S 'GAMBLE" * i \ > ••• • ' "•' : FLAPPER FANNY Social Calendar < \ ' -5 '. ' SATURDAV'3 EVENTS Children'' of 'Confederacy 'meeting vlth Ruth -paddfeon; 2:00 o'clock • '•••'..-. Entertains Club •-••••• "fulips as the diniug table ceuter- pt&e and other SpriAe ' flowers placed around 'the rosin's SceDr.itel (line home of Mrs. A-'comvay yes-. terdayafternoon -when she had tlic,, .Mid Week 'Bridge 'club' for lunch. Bcs'.dcs .the members, guests wete: Mrs. Hunter- 'C. Sims, -Mrs. , •and Mrs: C; Ji;, Babcoqk. 'Tulip tallies to 'correspond with the -floral centerpiece were used -In the bridge games which followed lunch. Mrs. Sims received guest prize, and Mrs. Cecil Shane, club prize. Has CIul> Parly All 'members of the Thursday Contract club -nltcnded the party at the home of Mrs. O. W. McCul- •chcn- yesterday nfterijoon. . ••> •Irises, tulips, valley lilies and otlvr spniig flowers were the background for the -bridge games which were played: -The spring tallies were in kccpinj with the decorative motif. A sandv ich plate was served the 'conclusion of the games which Mrs. G: G. Caudill was pre-v sentccl a theatre coupon book. Give Easfcr Luncheon iThe Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Cur- pcnlcr entertained nl n- are-Easier iniKlicou at ; Uicir home yeslerdny \vheii the guesls of honor were Ihe Res. V E Boston, of-Memphis, Mr. iind Mis. -'--Mai'lon- Williams and Arthur Nelson. -' •A large :whito. rabbit mounted on Bfeen-igrass surrounded by various 'colored candied-eggs was the cen- .tcrpifice of a tnble decorated wilh ~ the-familiar Easter, thcma, A I?ur course lunch was served. .- Son Born .' • • , .- , ' "A son was'born lo Mr. and Mrs. Roj Baker .Thursday.' morning at their hpiuc,,oii :I)ivision street,-; s , , "The bt(oy, ,v».ho; weighs seven, aiicl' a half ,$jund,s>! fie}. Edgar, •> > '•••'-" .(.''••'-''-•"/'•'•-'''-';' Former Blytheville Girl Mil Wefl in'Mississippi Announcement-has been made of the ! engagement pt Miss Lu - Rene . "Matthews, ' daughter'- of -Mr.- and Mrs. James . Russell Matthews, formerly of -hero but now of Hatties- hurg, Miss.-, to Attlal; C. Scales;- of Jackccn, :Miss. The -wedding will be solemnized at 5:Cfr-'O'c!ocfc Saturday evening, April-16, a.t tiro Main-Street Methodist : church' -in 'Hattiesburg, wilh th'brRey. ! J. T.-Leggetl,-pastor, pt> r - forrfiifig;'the' ceremony. - ' '• *—* ' • Miss Forbes .to .Be Ccinpliirlenied' at'-Parties ''': : ili& ! 'Im6JeiiV' Forbes, daughter of-B:'T. Forbes of : Bltick Oak,whose wedding .to \yil)!arn Irvin- Ybimg, Eon-of_ Mrs.'Eunice'• ybUn'jt, will bs solemhizell 'Eajtcr Sunday at tho 'Biacfc ! 5pak r 'MethtftIut. church, will be cbinplimcnted ! liy a series of pre nuptiai parties in' .loncsburo where she' formerly lived. ' tonight:, "the 'bride-elect will he th'e e«est of- honor nt--a kitchen shower ana -bridge- parly si Ihc liomo of idiss Pliyllis \VIllfams 'Miss Cynthia Cflim, a "incmbcr of-tlio bridal : t>arly. -will entertain wiili "a ibr'idgi party Biid : n miscellaneous ; shower' Saturday after- )iW)h a't the Woodlan'd Tea Room. • Hthe Deriding rehearsal on Easter fiatiirday will bs preceded by adln- iicr given at the home of' the bride's father, and Mrs. Forbes, In Tilnck Oak.-- ;•-• •., -, . -. - - '''.«* * Club: Is ^Entertained • iTulips, • roses, sptrca and irises decorated" the' aparlinenl of Mrs. Dan- Dunkliv yesterday afternoon when Mrs. c. W. Garrigan entertained the members of the Iliurs- day Afl«nioon club Ihcre. Mrs: Edillc- Rcg»;nold'received a grain wdo'd'lray'Mr high score in .the :b.rldge gomfs, 'followitia which the hostess served a salad pinte. M| r lonary Socuiv J'ians Program .Mcr ; t Tut. ^iHUAits Mi3sic«ori ociety _ol'.lhe Thst .MsO'iodUt. chiii'oh will .jncclVMmuay hlteuionn "at. the chiirclv for a progr-m and socijil Inlet Itig ' '{tostusses will be: Mrs. W. T. oSerst. Mr c E Mc\eir Mis. Riley p Joiiva, Xlr, \V D Mo- Clurkin, Mr* V CT Holland Mrs. W F blfKer Mis 1> t Ceolcy. Mis iijdle I^cijcnold Mr- XJ. S. Brali^on Mrt A M ti Dtanson HUM Mf> Halph Nichol Receiit Bri(Je "A\v, \vc don't hafta mind • her—she's jusl «'• substitute' teacher'" "Okay, .but I hope you got a substitute inipil to stay in'for vrvn IhlQ nftiivni'irtti " '• '' " . ' ' urday night under Ihc auspices ol Itrs, .Irsseii Stilt, president of the ilotcl (3 reel era Auxiliary, Arkansas "iKirlcr No. 20. Music for the affair, which will begin -ul 10:00 o'clock and continue intll 2:0i o'clock, will uc pvovktal by a ntckleodiiin. Mr.' and Mrs. Loy . Welfl) have arrived home from a two weeks molcr Ivlp. lo New. Orleans, .Motile, Ala.,, and linzelhurst, Miss. 'Firsl '.'Base' Iti Style Jewish Youth League To Meet At Osceola The Jewish Vouili- League will meet Monday night al u:uij c'cloijK nf Miss Rose Rubcn- stgiu nml Guv-' niibnnslpln al ' Os- fitola'. 1 .. 'Tf ';.-..;. \ f the V _„ (his-meeting. Titl'Difticcd., - A|i .invitiillon % also, extended' lo 'other unmarried youiis; 'people. Caruthersville's Chorus Rated Highly .CABUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Apr. 7. , —The Carutliersville High School! — .•—.I -l,,, n ,s rn -«( vr ,I , r^U,,,, 0 [ "raccllenl" ; in • l-lio - Mulional • Jligli ^x.-.^J, ..^USlC ^•^O^IVIX* ... ,^.-. LlJ __ o, in ' competition with similar choruses from twenty-six schools. Seven schools received rating of excellent, while only four— from Michigan. Glib'. Minnesota and Nebraska— received higher rating' of " 1 "superior. 1 ' Participating schools were the official representatives of their respective slates, either by competition or through official designation. The Cartilhcr'svllle : chuvus represented Missouri; although three ether choruses took purl, having been granted permission lo ciitcr when iuviicd choruses from three ether st.ilcs fulled to enter. Ills Carulhcvsville unit, competed of 39 students, is directed by Miss Marjoric Ashrraft. Coitonwood Grove Mrs. Early Craig was honored with a miscellaneous shower at. the home of Mrs. M. C. Worlcy Wen- ncyday, .March ,10. While refreshments were served the guesls. they decided lo organize ; a new community club which w in [ be called lite "Cotton Wood Grove." The next meeting of (ho group will be -May 13 at the home ci Mrs. Lois McNair. At this time, an apron shower witi te ;;ivcn in honor of Mrs. McNnir and Mrs. K. L. Marshall. BjtS Of %W8 Mostly PercqnaJ Mr. and Mrs. KHOX L. Webl) and children. Knox, jr., and Marthn Ann, will leave here sometime nexl week. Mr. Webb will go to St. lam to complete liis accounting course, and Mis. \vcbl> and 'the children will stay with their parents In Jcncsboro. After Mr. Webb'com- pletes Ills conrsi'. Ihey plan to make ilielr homo In St. Louis. ' Charles Joseph, who 1ms been working in Tiilsa, Oklti., arHved home Wednesday for n visit with his parents. Mi', iind Mrs. S. Joseph, before going to Little nock where he has accepkd a position. •/' Prank' Grccr will spend the week end in Memphis. • : E. C,''Paltbu (Hid B. Ci. VVest ivcnl to Lllllc liock tctlay 16' af- tciul a cotton shippers' convention being held t|icrc. They will return Sunday night. Miss Peggy Dujarski Is ill at her liomc on Walnut street. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Barber, ol Lawrence; Knns.. will • arrive -Mon- dny to be 'the guests of their- son, O, p; Barber, and Mrs. Barber, for a week or ten days. : - v • ' Mr. \aml Mrs*. W. A. imig and daughter, Sandra Lee. will'go: to Memphis Sunday to: be the guests of,''Miv Drag's mother. Mrs. 1 Jblin Ixjilg. niid family. They 1 will- 1 'be accompanied home l>y Mrs. Long's mother. Mrs. E.' L. Jones,-'Who. ivns" called lo Murruy. Ky.. last week because of the serious Illness of l)cr brother in : law;,D. K. Bui- terworlli. Mr. Bulterworth "' Is now mueli 'Unproved. -'V Mrs. Gene'Sykcs returned Wetl- morning from Baton Rouge, La., where she visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Phillips for'a month. . Mrs E : | Willianis spent, ycslrrdny In. Memphis. > Mrs. A. M. Dull and diuighler. Mlsi Ruth, went to Cape Girnidcini. Mo., today to lie Ihe guests of Mrs. Hull's (laughter. Mrs. w. M. Rob- Inspn. and Mr. Robinson, who will njovi! to'Sti'Loiitu -Monday where Mrl Robinson' will bp employed in l)ir office- of the'E: C. nobinspn Hilnber company. ,_ Mu.-J.p;'Holland is ill at her <«Mliprm. 1341 West ; Ream-street, ' "Bert-Lynch) jr.. who has vtsllcd his ' paVenls,' Mr. an;l Mrs. 1). A Lynch, and family lor the pas 1 nionth. ,wil! leave tomorrow ;to.-viBii 'jinks ,in Eastern Arkansas before returning to St. Louis where ^hc l> cviwcclcd". \vllh the Boatmen's National Bank. .'• "' J. A. Leech. motprcd to Memphis tcriny for ifrs. Leech •'who lias been in. llic Baptist hospital IJicrc foi two and a half weeks. Mr. nu;l Mrs. Max Woolen am 1 daii|htei'. Florence Ann. will BO It: Memphis April 15 where they will mnkc their home. MIK C. E.~ Criggcr. Mrs. is. !,. Hale-. Mrs p.- M. 'lurncr, Mrs. Co- zinc- Ijlackwelh and' Mrs. J. C. CTis arc 'attending l(ic Mississippi Coiiiiiy council of, Parent Teacher assoolalious In, Osceola loclay. Russell Phillips and daughter, HeHy. will • arrive home tonight from Nashvllje,- Tenn., .where they were called 'because::of the-critical illness of Mrs. • Phillips' mother. Mrs. George'R. Calhoun, who'dled Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Phillips will return Sunday. ' M QNPLETED Counly Circulating Library .Reaijy To F u i> c t i o n When Funds Raised Mrs. John nintorcl White \\i\s before her inuvriagc March 19 Miss Mignoii Kniglil, daughter ol Mrs. James Murphy Andrews, of Little Hock. Following n weddlnc U'in io New Oilcans, La.. Mr. and Mrs. •White will ihakc Ihc'ir home in Osccola, where Mr. While is to he in llic (ar'ming business willi' his 'father; Godfrey White. ' filson Society—Personal \Vilsou Coovcrad'vc C'luh jMccts. Miss Alene AVord 01 OJceola was the guest speaker when the Wilion Cooperative club held its regular monthly meeting;- Tliursdny afternoon at the clubhouse '.vilh 30 members attending. Mrs. N. B. Burkett made n brief talk on "Legislation" and introduced the guest ]:eaker. Mrs. w. J. LUdwig made a report on the district convention of the A. F. W. V. in Dlylhc- _villc Tuesday. Two songs were "Club, under the supervision of ''iCllfs Wary Esmonds. ' 'Ihc lc.1 table was beautifully decorated with huge quantities of tulips, t rcses and iris, the entire .club Vcoms resembling a Ilowcr 'eA'f'den. Delicious ', refreshments ivere served by the lollotving ho. 1 ;- ^EEies^'Mrs. 'A. a Catchings. Mrs. •Ella' Harrison. Mrs. Joe • Miller, Mrs. N". '"B. Burkett, Mrs. "J. J. 'Grecr, Mrs. W. J. Ludwig, and JMrs. Ed Bell.'' *? The Mississippi Couiii,y Baptist "Workers Council mbl ;\t the Wilson Baptist church with an all- (iny meeting Tuesday. Dr. Boston, pastor of Temple Baptist church in Memphis, 'was the principal speaker of the. day. A covered dish luncheon was served . at noon by Vlio ladies of. the church. ; Mrs, n. E. L. Wilson sr. and Mrs. Dora Merrill relunied Tuesday from a ten day vacation in! Natchez, Miss., and olhev soulli- crh cities. - ; S. E. Cross, connected with' the U. S. Engineers Corps, lias been transferred to Memphis. His family will join him there soon. Mrs. Eva Kerlin, who has been ciuito ill the past week, is now-able to be up. Miss Eva Lois Catcs, accompanied cy Miss Lois Jean Grecr. Eula navis Collum, Edna Trayior. Alice I Metchcr and Mary Hill, girls.of' Ihe Howe Economics dei>ai'lwettl. and Mr. I 1 . E. McHne. accompanied by leu p. F. A. boys, left for Fnycltcvillc Thursday where they will enter slate contests. They will return home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. 'R. Ludwij? ol I'lans have IJMII completed tor Mississlp))! county's cir-sulntiiig library, which will begin ils work of disti-ihnlliig reading material throughout (ho county as scon as communities raise (heir quoins of funds. llcadfiuaiicrs for llic library, wlilch Is-being made possible bv an aiipropriation' of $13.500 from' llic Male and funds donated by Afis- siisippi county residents, is to .lie in Ihe ccnrt house al Osccola. Alfred iiawllnson. executive scc- retary of Ihe slate library coiiniiL'i- slon. and Miss Verna Snoolt. stale librarian, have been in Osceola this week helphiE to complcle plans for Ihc-scl-in) Nancy Ann Waddle of Soin- usct. KV.. who has been named librarian, lias already arrived lo begin her work which will include lire distributing of books lo sul>- liiliuiiK al central point:, over (ho rcunty. Miss Waddle received her A.B degree from 111? University ol Ken- lucky. Bowling oicen. and a U.S. degree in library science from George, I'eabccly college'. Nashville. 1'cnn. she was librariiin of llic ^cliool al Wilson for-the.year 103637, and, hus been librarian of Easl Mississippi junior eollege. .Scoobn, Miss., befcrc accepting Ihc new position: • Mississippi county received Ihc largest nlfotmenl of any comity in the- stale. Funds being' raised By the county will be used for th'e salary of Ihe librarian. Ihc purchase-of a truck, ils upkeep in distributing Ihe bocks, and llic salary of a driver. Cf Ihc Iclal aiiiouiil allolecl. SMCS is available now and Ihc remainder will be available after To Present Comedy At Yarbro School House "This Thing Called Ixivc," a three-act comedy, will be presented at Ihc Yarbro high school Thursday night- by llic young; People of (he Gasucll Methodist (.hurcli. The production is sponsored by Ihc Gosncll Ladies' .Aid. Members of Ihe cast arc: Mls.s Dorothy Maxwell, Miss Thelma Cook. Mi.-* imogene Moody, Miss Crlta Grear. Miss Tennie Bell Cook, J. C. Eubanks, Bernic Lee Eubinks, 8. P. Cook, Ivan Bcvill and Raymond Cook. Admission lo the performance will be 10 cenls. Dancer in Short 1'iills MKLBGURNE lUl'i — Willun a low hours after she became the first wcmaii iwrachnle jumper hi Australia by making a successful descent of 3.200 feel Miss .tan Burns, 17, lost her balan-c while appearing on (ho .stage thai even- in;,', fell 5 led and Injured her head. Hrilisli aulomobilcs have (our fci-.vni'd speeds as compared (y the Aincn:an car's tlirec. GLENCOE BARBER SHOP Karl 'E. 1'arker, Prop. Oltncoc Hotel ISldsr. "KXVKUT MAMCUKINU" magazines rendered by the Junior Girls Olcc prnn. Mo., visited with their son, A^lovely example of the' popular t»'slc flrcss, that practical creation which'Is smart any hour of the day and is a «'onrierfiil • lack- groun'il- for Jewelry or-Curs,' is Mils licautifully cut spring'frock. Of scini-sliccl' rayon crepe, it'lias a siviiiRiiii; skirt, sculptured bodice with .sUilltul fagollinjr, short sleeves ami a Iwislcd 8' r 'H c ' A. I?. JVetenkamp & Co.' At the Hospitals M ',. ", X .f in! ' > " ._.^__ •- Memphis Tcnl & Aniline Co. Mrs.U. W. Wright- was ndmlltcd Cail I8T, TiiS or 330-W for -Free Open Letter Brings Reunion TAMI'A. fin. (Uli)-A taller to Ihc Klitor reunited Air. ancl Mrn. John W. Uodinc of Shelbyville. 111., with Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Gordon of Tampa, cr.usins whom they ha;l not seen in 51 years. W: : J. 'Ludwij; and family, Thurr,- tlay niid Friday. 1 'JliDUcv-. and Mrs. D. an'd Mi-s. N. B. Thompson visited Mrs. Bernard fjradley at Ihc Baptist hospital in Memphis 'Monday. Mr.S'. Bradley is recovering from a rahJor-'opcriUloJi/ ' The Ucv. and Mrs. P. A. Whitc- ly and the Rev. aiid Mrs. D. D. Kcgcr attended services al the Baptist revival 'in 'Blytheville' Tuesday night. Everytiung for your enter (ainment and comfort. . Admission Matinee lOc & ZGc Admission Ni^ht I(ic & 36o July first. Books costing $i;,m i, lu -c already been ordered and will arrive within a short time. : The exact dale a.s to when the library will begin to function is not yet kiio«'ii but it. is h=pcd that the distributing- of books will begin during the early summer. Various ccmiiiunities are raising money for (lie county's part and thin will have to -be completes before (hi begins to function. Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests TODAY ONLY Tent caterpillars build large wcb- lifcc nests in trees and shrubbery and cvciitunlly work havoc with the foliage. They cnn be destroyed by spraying used ci-ankcasc oil uu the nosts. A :;uil (-i'.cmist at North Carolina State College says alkaline soil will cause dogwood blossoms lo change from pink lo white. to (he Malyllievlllc hospital yesterday for >trealment. Mrs. \J\M.- darrard, of -•Jtcelc. wivs; udiiilllcd to' llic Ulyllicvillc hcspitttt; yesterday. • • 1 Mrs. .[Inzer Mugger, of Mjinilu, was admitted 'lo Ihe Blyllicvllle hospital yesterday. '• •, • Dr. Russell .Wcrt was removed from .tlic BlylKevlllc hqspftal ycs- Irrday in a'Cobb ambiilancc. Eslliuntes. Blytheville, Ark. '.ro.Givc D.ilicc At;JlotcI Noble A' dance in.tlie thr- -Hotel -Noble Blue Room ol be- gl- e-i Sal- Over Joe Isaacs' stora HAKE"KM SEE" HO Join Your Friends In An Evening of Fun at Owr AMCE SATJURPAY NJGHT In the Blue Room 10 liii 2 o'clock 75c per couple style, (catiuiiu; the • lalcsl dance of famous orchestras'. The music is provided willtout additional • cost to 'yon. Bcuelil Hotel (Jrcctt'i's Aii.\i!);if.v> • ' Arliansas Charter No. '20', AliK' Je.sspc Sliti; I'cesidcnt HOTEL NOBLE AGAIN THIS YEAK WB WILL HE T'OR AUTO SKAT' COVEUrf •k NB\V it ,\K\V I.'ATTEUN.S Sl'VLks I'RICKS 'In make rnom for ntir nrv .'•Idrk of seat conn lie ate rlothig 'out,our present slOrk al bflow cost prices.' - - COMli IN TODAV. . SAN K 50Vr WHILE THEY IiAST. \ynliml CO. Phone Buick & Pontiac Owners To as.vui'e ymi durinj; tlie sjivjiij; a'nd sununcr iiioulKs i)u' i: linc l jk-rformaftce and reliable and economical • iineviitiun ynni'' cavs ;irc luiill to give. Hit ui'aiVtifiic- (ureis rcrommviul u complete siu'inii coiiiliHoning, as follows: ' • • • • • li'llltUMTION: Drain, flush acid rc-lill Ir.iiiMiiiwion: drain, llusli and rc-llll rcwr axle: ro-pack front wheel bcariiiss: re-pack ch.-ixsis .sprinss: lill stccrine gear; lill 5-hock nb:;oibrrs; lubricate chattis and body coiilplctf. COOUKG SVSTliM: Reverse flush rboling .system; tight- rn er replace nil hcsc connections; adjust or replace water inmip iCTckliij:;' or replace fan bell; clean radiator core ra™-agcs; check carefully for cooling .system leaks. r.N'dlNi: TVNl-Mil 1 : 'Ijghlen cylinder head ii ncccssaiy nnd adjii:;!' va'lvrs; clean niul adjust ;;p;iik plugs ;<nd dltlribulor |x>inl.s; check and IT-SCI ienition liming; drain' and Hush gas lank and liit-1 system: dean air liller: clean pud ad.iusl larbuvclor; adjust, i-lutch .pedalBKAKKS: Remove wheels, inspect shoes and linrii; acl- jusl ';ind equalize mechanical brakes; inspcci; hydraulic brake cylinders and lines and brakes; lubricate connections and 'moving iwrls. i:iK(;T«l(.'Al. SYSTEMS: Inspect liphls and wiring: fu- cus headlight*: re-till battery; clean' ;ui<V Lighten terminals: adjust chin-Ring rale. K'lT.KIUSG: Adjust slccring i;o.(r, rc.-;,cl toc-iu and caster; check conchlioii of all lircs and .switch front to rear if mivisablr. ' Al'l'i-.AUANCK: Adjust body bolls; lighten bolls i>n fen- dcis. biimiic'rf., body and ooi.y harclwaie;- bump out. fenders ami other.sheet metal'parl.s where necessary and rc- hnisli; uiul • imllsh; vacuum clean uphol.slery; in- i-pccl. clean and adjust windshield viipn-s'.''". " ' \\e have (lie ciiuiptucnt and (he persounct' lo pur- form (hese operatinns'aceonlinsr i 0 factory .specili- caiidns. Kpccial spring rates are in circct! l, c t us help-a.ssure ynti troillilc-frse cnjovinent of your car the mouths'ahead.' ' ' | f; (V! ! V BUICK AND 1'ONTIAC SAl.KS _Broadway and Walnut.' lilytltcville, Aik. I'lipnc 1000 GRANDDADS • • ' ' '• ' • ' • . ' v \ . Peaberry COFFEE Always Fresh Buy a Package Today ROXY AdjiiiSiion alirai's 10c & 26e. Matinees Saturday A- Sunday Onlj - Saturday Also I'ailcjun &, .NKW AUUIO- SCOriKS. K cm ember' a few ironths back? When a baseball wi's guinj to hit you smack bc-( (n'cfii the cyct.—«hcn they aluiosl\ icveri'il you wilh scH-zrr «-.itcr. you thought—when ymi Mimshcd riRlil into tlic rear rnd of U truck? Gel' your colored glasses al the door Friday and have Ihc thrill of a lifetime, Admission Mulincc. Itlc -it-jUGi; Admission Night 16c & 3d- SATURDAY LORRE jfS> Tl fo-CL"- ,v>h •son of Chort.. ~ p* A ft • •%• •• GAMBLE KtYt LUXl . HICK B»mW]H - LYNN BARI mwaus rowitr.' I»Y« REB»H . HJ'ROID mm Caitiivn & sniiil ".Secrets of Ti-ra- fi-re Island.'' Continuous showing. AclTiiission (,|) 5;oo ;,.,„ _ 1(; ,. A . ., K< , MtnisMoii aflcr r> p.m. Ilii; A- ;ili l; Sunday -Monday "'J'im 'Ijlcr'.s l.uck" and Cartoon. Continuous slum in;; Sat-' —**" urday. Sunday - Monday i * wilh Lloyd Nolan &-Mary Carlisle Fc.v .\civs & Comedy ^ t',u,imwml Nr«s,' Screen Snap- ^l^olb and Cuiucdy. CuiilUiuout •Junving Sunday. Admij.Mon Himrtay nialincc. a n i| Night IGc &' 3Cc Admission Monday Mat. lOc & 'itiv Admission Monday Siglu ig c & 3^

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