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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 11, 1938
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PAGE TttO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COUHlEil NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET Tils Ticket Will Admit J, K. Gill and Companion Drll, Arkansas —:o me— EITZ THEATER —(o see— THIS MARRIAGE BUSINESS' [llAPPER FANNY < ' - •• "i .. - *—fgpa. tot* av ur * crr-mir i u * Social Calendar • TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. C. A. Cumiln"ham anter- tainlng. Tuesday . Bridge club. Mrs. Riley Jones entertaining Young Matrons' club. Mr. and'. Mrs. Cecil Shane- hsv- ing Tuesday Night Supper club. Daughters of the American Revolution meeting with Mrs. C. P. Tucker at 1:00 o'clock for luncheon. : WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS •Wednesday' Bridge dub meeting •Kith Mrs. Baker Wilson. Hfrs. \V. D. McClurkin entertaining .Wednesday Contract club. • tidies'-Bible study of Church of Christ , meeting with Mrt. Harry Sanibm at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. P. C. RoOirock entertaining .the Thursday Afternoon club. THURSDAY'S SVEHT8 Mrs" James Hill cnlertaluiiu; Double Deck Bridge club. Mrs. A, B. Falrfleld entertaining the Mict-Wcck' Bridge club. Thursday Contract dul) meeting wii» Mrs. Rodney !_,.. Banister. Jewish Ladles' Aid society meeting In Temple Israel nl 8:00 p.m Mrs C W. Aftlick having the Thursday Luncheon club .FRIDAY'S - EVENTS Music department of the Woman's club meeting at clubhouse at 2.30 phi. Entcrlafm For Guest Mr. and Mrs O A Cunningham cnterlamed wilh a dinner party Saturday night m honoi of MVP, Cunningham's sister, Mis. W. T. MoifbV, or DUle Rock who <r;itli her dtnighter, Mary Helen, \verb the \reekcnd guests of the Cunninghams. Red' and yellow tulips, narcissuses, Irises and splrea founcd the •centerpiece of the dining table al •KhichHhc 12 guests were served. Spring tallies were used in the bridge games -which followed dinner Mr and Mis Harry W. HaineE receivc'd prizes for high score In the .games, and Mrs. Morrow was , also .-presented irgtu. Parly Given In Hotel Noble Blue Koout ...;; About 35 couples ntteniJeriJ live dancing parly given at the -Hotel Noble ' Saturday night under" the auspices of Mrs Jesse Slit I, president of the Hotel Oreeters' AVIX- iliary, Arkansas Cliartei No. 20. MUSIC for the affaii nlilch began at ten and continued until two was ptoyicted by the nickleotlian, Mr and Mrs Eastman Gage, ol Mernptils, and 'Miss Delolse Bnvcli, of RUEse!l\ille, ArS, \\'io is the libi'iicgficst of her sister, Mrs. LcHoy Huddteston, were among the 0111 of town guests wlio attended the affair.-, t > » Son Born A, son v.-as born lo Mr. iiact Afts. J. T. RanSali Friday night at their home, 7CO Chickasawba avenu;. The .baby, who weighed nine founds,' has been named Jon. Mrs. Randall is the former Miss Coals; of Manila. "Awight, here's one. Bui ,, c only one in the family that's 0 ..„, early and hunt "eni." Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. uncl Mrs. Earl WlmterK; and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Galcwood spent yc.stcrdny In Jonosboro ns the gum of Mrs. Oatcwood'6 mother, Mrs W. i,. stolte. Mr. ami Mrs. Hershel Smart and Mr. and Mrs. A. T, Cloar were in Memphis yesterday where they nt- lended ttic baseball game between the Memphis Chicks and the New York Gin H Is. Mr. and Mrs. Pnrker Cassidy and son, Bobby, and Mr. and Mrs Boyce Moore visited in Halls Tom yesterday. Miss Louise Wilson and Jinunic Douglas, of Memphis, were the weekend euest.s of Mr. and Mrs John Miles Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Graves and daughter, Betty Ann, and Mte 3cncva Graves siwnt the weekend 11 Memphis as Ihc guests of Mr and Mrs. Horace Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Hob Powell, jr r c . tinned .Saturday from St. Louis Where llicy spent a week with Mr J'chvell's father and his graiul- inqther, Mrs. la\y Powell. : Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wlmbcrly ami Mr. and Mis. Jatncs Barksdale arc spending today in Memphis. Mr. ana Mrs. liti Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Arnold alleiul- ,p Hayti Sociely — Personal nnujjhler Born Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Kirby rile the proud parents of a baby girl who arrived In thclv home" last Wednesday morning tipping the scale at 0!i'-pounds. Mother and baby nrc (jetting along ilicely. Have Fisli IJintici The Young Men's Sunday School :!ass of the IJapUst Clnirch imil 'enclier, Rev. HnrTninn, cntertalBCd he Home Makers Sunday Seliool ttejintl tctieber, Mir>. B. 1. Allen, with a fish divihcr at the Baptist church Friday evening. The men Tied:, acj.-ij.terve,!) ihe .fish dinner. 3c5ides '. fish •' they had relishes, ;re»d" nnU coffee. After the dinner they had gniriK; and contests. * * » R. A.'s Have Weiiicr Hoast The R. A.'s of Ihc Baptist church and leader, Miw Wanila, Mills, went to the North Side Park Wednesday afternoon after school wtiere they rousted wciners and marsh- mnllows. 'nieu they had tsnmcs. i'ncre were four guests. Dilly White, Calvin, Ciisis. ami Marvin Blaiikcnsliip. Sir.-. Chapin count. of llic dcalli of Mrs. Emma Allen, stic remained until nfier'lho funeral. William Klioiirie wn.s in Keimetl Thursday visiting Dr. R. I. Spcnce. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Lowrcy mid Hiirlc Clikm and Miss Tressie B. Wllks of .CnruUicrNvtilo visited in Cape Glrantaiit Thursday evening. Mr. an:! Mrs. Oliver Dmilton and Miss Clara Mac Dean of Doniphan were here Thursday visiting Mr. »ns Mrs. Russcl DAiilto'n. Mrs. Tfcelma Shns of PnriigouUl. Art;., \va.7 hci-c TucSctuy visiting her uncle and \vifc Mr. and Mrs. \V \V. Ncsmlth. Mrs. M. Fronklr of New Madrid was here a tew days last week Ml:i- ttlng her niece, Mrs. Iliintmn Kolui. 'Tom Simpson of Cnpc Ciinutlciiu hiis been hprc for the pasl few days relieving Joe Ilubcr of his duties at a trucking office. Mr. Hiibpr Is suffering from arthritis in his right wrist. Miss Mildred Dcweese and H. M. Dewcesc returned home Tlitiralny from Tuisa. okla.. where they have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. Clins. Flnncgan. Miss Opnl Alcxiuulcr. who is working n (, a( CC | c wn ,. hm Slm _ day visiting lier mother, Mrs Wilbur Suttou. Miss Junnlla Cranfonl rclurned to Slkcstoii Sundny alter Irnvhig been here for several clayS on account of tho illness ana death of "«• niotlicr, Mrs. Enuua Allen Misses . Lois Randolph .... .....,.,.. ,.„,.!.,., ..iio,jt» jinnii; L.OJS KnildOlpll Mrs. Don Cbapln WHS hostess to I Margaret Stricklin, Hazel Baldwin' the members of the Au» Culticrl- Mj ss Mildred Long of BraRgadoelo' ™, H,,,w, n .. «„,,„„, ^.,.._ ., .,., Messrs. Bnrlc Chism. Norman Cot- At the Hospitals son Sundny School Class of the Methodist church at her home Tuesday iittornooii. with ten in attendance, Mrs. Cbapln led Ihe devotional service, the last chaplcv of the book "Atnndiuicc ot Life", followed by a short business session I presided over by Mrs. J. w. aold- ' :n. Lovely rcfrelmients were served by the hostess. Miss Pe?gy JJujsrski uiidcrn-cnl ..„. • J , *, . * nn operation for appendicitis Sat- ,/ \"' r , V ' lll « lai »s Brldfir club J ..._.. . .. \_fl ... .. Ill I'M T-'ftlll T A'rtnc fill * Arl^U. nA I,*.-. urday night til Iho Blythcville hospital. •' Miss aiith Edds unrierwenl- nu operation lor appendicitis today at the : BlyihCTille hospilat. Miss Opal Mp.fe Wicker underwent, an operation for appendicitis late yesterday" afternoon at the Blytheyllle hospllal. .Mrs/ Ora Johnson, of Brage-i- docio, was dismissed from the Bly- theviKe hcspital j-estnriay Grant Barber, of Dell. Vas dismissed from the Blyliieville hospital yesterday, "" Delores Stutts, of Manila, Bly (he- •KZS "dismissed from the vllle hospital yesterday. Mrs, A.-O. Oootls-iii T.,,., ,,„;„,ed to Dr. Wail's hosiiital last ni-ht in a Holt RRibiilance. • Joe. t rankle Parrot!., ot Caruthersville, is & patient at St. Joseph's hospital, Billy Cheats.'of Dell, lias been admitted to the Memphis Enlist hospital. 'Mrs. Lou and Ecliols. ol 'j s a !o palteit at the Memphis Baptist ^ huspilal. Gerald Story of Oscco!a. was taken to tim Memphis Baptist hos- , : pital : yester<lay. ..... .Syro'n Morse vas -.;. the, Msniphis BajilUt ..„,„,„, ,„,. •..Urday. for several clays trcatmcnl. Mrs. Morse Is f.llh him, A two-inch pipe cm handle Jour -.. Vlmcs as iniich water as a one-inch .pipe. TAI'B.-TO ;; : : ; TOR SALK •i TW Jiiee houses—one Uvc rccui-> :,:• and baHt, other four rooms. Kent ;-:; Ior,»!aso r»* month. Both In ton ' lor $826,28 to be s>alcl $750 per V.; <85Q gives deed,- you assume on SElal) house will pay . nionth on . Investment of <«mr, -... , < *{g;B.;-M. v Beck Office 103 S 2nd. ^"0,^:' : .; '•: -^. :.;'• Mrs. j'mil Lyons rlniucd her Prftncis Baird. Elector Oilluin . nlxt Mr. aiid Jfrs. Lowrey . drove lo Slkeslon Friday ei-cnlni- Wliere llicy Had a parly f or Ml . and Mra. Lowrcy, newly weds. Mr, and Mrs. j nc k Biillingtoii returned 10 their home at, si wins the latter part of last week nfler n visit here with Mr. Bnil- Inglon's sisler, Mrs. Bert Hall and Mrs. ,}oc Huhcr M-., of ...... ^j^,.^, •S.L.L-VI >ii i ML 11 i n; i niio. uu^ unui i :ii Q\ (jnniiCC Is *•** ^fcnciay club which included two "ore visiting her son Joe Itubcr — inbles of players and one out ol «'lio is i;i suffcrinc wilh •irlln-iii' "~ !o\\7i gnc:4, Mrs, Walter Rylaml ' ir, of rine Bluff. Ark. Mrs. fiy- and received (he high score prize. The hostess served a salad course. ICKII anil Country • : -''dBe Ctiih Knlcrtaiucrt Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Nelliery entertained tlie Town and Country Bridge Club ol their home Wednesday cvrnlng. The reception rocms were decorated with prolusions of spring flowers. I» ||| L . bridge ganie.s Mrs. R. o. Kiictbcrl received th? club urtsr and the his mm Rev. J. r. EvitUs lionu haturdoy from Cape Oirardea.i. Number Nine News Chicks In Memphis yesterday. Mis. W. T. Bums, who underwent a major operation at llic Blyllitville hospital lust week, is now Improving. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. C. Rose and Louis Applebanm nltetided the Arkansas Trade association in Little Reck over the weekend. Air. nnd Mrs. E. E. Stanley Miss Era Wright. Mrs. Eunice ' Young and son, William, speni vcsterdav In Union city. -/Toi'in, •;Mrs, Stella' Cookc Vcllmer and Wunderlich, and fnmlly B. & P. W. Officials MONl)AY, APRIL 11, 1«J38 Miss Louise Simon Miss Thclma Wells lias been elected .Miss Tlidniu Wells president, anil Miss Ixnilsc Simon vice president, of the nusincfs mid Professional Women's club. Wilson Society—Personal Holds Ucauly Coiiksl. Miss Devcrlyii Cltyton. \\iyh tciiool senior. «'as (lie iviiiner in Ihc beauty contest held at the high school auditorium Fridns' night, lo be C|ueen for south Mississippi county at the Cotton Citr- nivol Floral parade in Memphis next month. Similar contesls were held at Kelser and Joiner, and tlie final contest for queen lo be selected from Wilson, Joiner and Kclser will l>e held at a dance sponsored by llic Lions Club of south Mississippi county at (he Bassctt clubhouse on April 19. (he other two girls to be attendants to the queen. * * > A large group of .school boys and yfrls. -accompanied ijy c.- L. t.ii>j, ijivnii \jUUKU VCHlllCr *U1(I *!•••••• "i-•-•,•! LUMIHI^M ij v KJ.- i_j. dciugJitcr. Aim, were (lie guests' ol B "' d ' superintendent. W. E. !<lir- Mrs. Vollmei-'s sister. Mrs. w ,! Ill5Sf Mlss Si "' ah L ^'^ CJi-eciie. Miss Louise Phillips. Mary - - --, ...... ajuLUIllm' r, -- ,.-«- ....... i,v. .uj^^ Jnul >• Jninea Edwards,' who was' op'br-' f. yn10nds ' Mre. S. A. Regenold and atc(l on for appendicitis two wceks^ , J ' Lu(lw '8. drove lo Par- ago. ir, now able to be out MIsa Agnes Holl. of Ne Tcnu.. i:; Hie of |, c r E. M. Holl. and tniuily. this week Miss Rivth Meyer, of St. Louis is (lie guest of her uncle, J -\v Meyer, and Mrs. Meyer. Mrs. A. J. Hnnt'ii and daughter Anuc. and son. Hubert, of Memphis visited' friends here yesterday. Jlmmlc Ganno is improving alter b sing. .seriously hurt last week . . Mr. and KTrs. Earl Treadwny . . ny went, to Arkabiilln. Miss., yesterday fov Mrs. Treadway's Diotlicr, iM^ Mollic Scott, who will visit here for Mine tjmc. Mrs. .T. J. Miihaii. who ha:> been A'lsltinj in Helena, returned yesterday, Mr. ami Mrs. W. B, Tanner and son. Jlminle. motored licr lioiiic"' Maiireen King Norrls. <ianghier of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris went to Eureka Springs today to be llic guest of her grandparents, Mr. ntid Mrs. j. B. Noi-rls. for a wcelt or two. She accompanied J L. Guard and E J. Heaton. who motored up for Mr. Guard's father wlm has been unrtergoing treatment for several weeks. Tliey .will return laic tonisht. Mrs. J. s. Grail came, home "a(in-day from Liltle Hork where ,-ili" rpcnt a week with her sou Raymond, and family. .Hlcc club. 3rd place.. • • '« Miss Eric Onlbraitli rclurncd to her home in Liltle Rock Saturday after spending, several days with net- sister. Mrs. Hugh Mobley ,,,m"' "'• D ' Hi " nll(i s">a»' s William David, left Friday for le\v days visit with her Hunt in Kikcslon. MO. Mrs. K. ['. Ciillom, Wra. Berry Cram, Mrs. a. B. Cross. Mrs J Apple ami Mr-, w a. Turner , . e, * ..-...« attended llio County Council ' S393.0U7 One mince of oil will cover iiuio acro.s of water. Tlic lilin would lie billy inolcciile Ihlrk, or nboiii. one Iwenly-inlllionlli of an Inch Tulips, s|>irca and iri'.cs guest \\fav went to Mre. H. B. Master-son and Lamai- Thompson. * * •» Miss Huttic Hcrrel and delis Didcwcll allendod a.c dance at i Konnclt lluirsday cvoiilng. Rev. j. w. Cunningham of Slerlc *us here Wednesday vis,ll|ng 'ricnds while enroutc home from Searcy. Ark., vrhcrc he had been Ine past week vislluig friends. . Mr. and Mrs. Shawie NolTel and i son Edwin of nilton, K.V., and Mlw I Sallic Hamra r>( qar4»rll visited ! Edna and Anna Mac ' Thursday evening wi-,i|e -*nrout<> to farewell from Conilh- ersviuc wJiero they had teen iting ttic Hamra fainllii'.-. Eugene Martini of SI, Louis wa^ here Wednesday unending to business, Mr*, laccy Buxh and rK battie Louiw ami Carrie of Black island and thrir guest. Mis. Herbert Absbire of l^piac Bluff were Sere Thursday Msilln B Mends white eiu-outc lo Holland where the girls were entries frola the Concord school In the declamation; contest ' , -v r'.cs decorated the honir uf Mrs p- vi ,| ivlmbrough >cstcrd«y svlicu she entertained Ihc Number Nine R OO I- club. Mrs. Worth Go.Uviu rn-clvr--! high wore. At Die coucliiMoii of Ihc ..nines the gucsU were scrv«l a spaghetli A. R. Wetetikumi) & Co. Ajrents Memphis Tent & Aiming Co. Cnll 187, 158 or 330-W for Free Estimates. Blytheville, Arfc. aeoulcl Salitixlny to la!x parl. in the literary and track mceU held there. Wilson winnm wci'e: pnvicl H Martin, first, in American "hislorv: Kenneth street, -Ith place, boj-s' toys' , Mnry Colliiin. g; Carl Waldrcp. :ini composilion; junior ' son. of llio Puient Tcaclicr association, in Osccola Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. ..I. Ludwig and children were Sunday Riiesls ot Mr. and Mrs. O. W. 'Ferguson ii Blylheville. Belly-Jack Millkan cnlcrlaincd about llllcen of her little friend wilh a birthday party in celebration of her ninth Ijirthday ul (lie home of her parents Saturday afternoon. Games and contests woe held, alter which ice cream am cake were enjoyed. Crawford Greene Will Address School Officials Crawford Greene, formerly superintendent, of the Blylhcvillc public s;hoc!s and now director of the statistical department of the Arkansas department of education, will be the principal .speaker at ;i meeting of superintendents and principals of Mississippi comity schools, which is lo be held at Liixcra Thursday night. Supper will be served at C:30 o'clock iu the new home economics collage before the meeting. Riggs Infant Dies At Burtlelte On Sunday Bobbie Jean Riggs died at licv home nrnr Burdcttc .ve.sterclay noon, after having lived'for only one hour. Funeral service:; were held this afternoon with the Rev. O, IV yvhite officiating anil.burial was made a| Atkins cemetery. iilic is survived by her parents Mr. antl Mrs. L. O. Rigs-s. uiicl .seven brothers. Hcrschcl. Omar, Woudrow John. R B.. L. O. jr., and J. A Riggs. Jlanna Fdiicral home was in charge ot funeral nrrnngeiimils Sweepstakes Won By Local Junior I.ligli Contestants! 'Die Blylheville junior high school won Ihc sweepstakes of Hie annual District Four literary meet in Paragould Saturday with 39',i points and placed third in the sweepstakes of (lie atlilctic meet. The cups for Ijolh boys' and girls' glee club won to the Blythcvlllc students. In the Illcrnry meet. Jouei,t»ro «'as .second with 31'0 points, Paragon!:! third ivtlh 24. and Earle fourth with 13. Olher point wln- Mci'fi \verc: Harrlslmrg, 12'i; Wilson. 9"..; Wcinor. 5; Ijcpanlo, :t; Coming. 2; Rcelor, t'i; Osccoto, ',;. The one-net play cup went • to Parngould. Winners were: l.atin: Earle, first; Joncsboro, second. Blylhcvillc was represented oy Vor:i Goodrlcli. American litslovy: Wilson and aragoiild, fiivil; Milton Patterson, Blylhcvillc, third. Algebra: Jrniesboro, first; Earle, second; Elolse Spradlcy, TSlvlhcvillc, fourth. Written composition: Karlc. first; Doris Muir. Blytlieville. second. Piano: Pnragoiitd. first; .loncs- boro, second; Marjovic Stevens, BlythcvilU), fourth. Boys' declamation: Paragould, first; Welncr, second; Jack Cliam- blin, BlylhcvJIJe. fourth. cys' voice: Bobby McHancy, !j]y- thcville. (irsi; Jone.sboro. Kccbnd. Girls' voice: Minnie Ruth Wood. Blyt-hcvillc, first; Harrfsburi,' -;ec- cnd. .Spelling: Joncsboro, first; Harrisburg, Eccom!; Blylheville was represented by May Lovelace. Girls' reading; Joncsboro, first; Lepanto. second; Dillic Damon, Blv- thcvllle. third. Oral ccunjKisition: Joe Evrnr<) Blythcville. first; Joncsboro, second Boys' glee club: Blylhcville. lirst; Joiicsboro, second. Girls' glee club: alytiicvillc, first- Paragould, second. One-act, plays: rarasoiild. first- Joncsboro, second. Best boy player: Woodrow StolTle Wilson. Best (,'irl nerformcr: Betty Ross Ration, Paragould. or tlic 312,891 governmental em- ployes In England, 223,534 arc men. CARD W THANKS The family of the late Altcrlu Walker wishes to express Its appreciation for Ihe kindnesses shown during ils recent bereavement, AGAIN THIS YEAR WE WILL BE HEADQUARTERS FOR AUTO SKAT COVERS *.Nli\V 1'A'ITKKNS *NK\V STYLES *N15\V PRJCEH To niukc mom for our ivev stock of seat covers we are. closing out our present stock at below cost prices. IN TOUAV. . SAVE 50;; H'llH.K THEV l..\tiT. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 301 Walnut rhunc 03,1 Roadway and structures maintenance cosl-s of American Class 1 i.-iilH.isi, in 1935 ammmtcil lo Read Courier News WK& Ads. CA'KDS OF THANKS We wish lo express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends for their kindness anrt sympathies in tlie loss of our beloved daughter, sisler, and wife. Mrs. J. p. Smith ami family Thomas Smith r Constipated? 'Tor ,10 years 1 liad consli|ialitiii, aufvil C.1! Ij oaluir. lic.-tiljchc.s- and bac).- 'paj, ts . Atllcrika liclpcd right away. Now, I cat yusagc, hauanap. pic. aiiv-tliiiii' " gcvcr Frll teller." Mr?. Mabel ADLERIKA Kirby Bros. Drag Co. Everything: for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Mafince lOc * 3Sc Admission Night ]0o & *36c Watch Society Page Of Courier-News For Free Show Guests Last Times Today Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Jce Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone MO Arc Your (Hollies Heady for ihr EASTER PARADE "nl.v livo i!)»n: ility.s. '^'(ni'ii In-tin- i-fil) us »o\v. Siiits, ilri'ssi'.s. hals, oil:., cleaned for 65c Carl McDanicls and Cleo Turner | n eo urner »ud taxes. Profit of Steelc were in Memphis Thuvs- ASS f..*-^.l ____ t ..r ^ ___ ^....I'.i.j i M U4 a Peerless Cleaners A seiies ol sohly-mcibvvcd sfiadcs m- spncdbybeauiilul old Italian pdiniings. A-\czzoioncs idiigc liom daii, lo ligSu shades so tliet several loncs oi n tolo; may be pcrlcaly combined in one cosiunic. iht newest vogue .50 '//"• GRAND DADS Peaberry COFFEE Always Fresh Buy a Package Today raraniuunt si 10Is ami Kent. Screen Comedy. Continuous ROXY Admission always l« c * 2Gc. Matinees Saturday & Sunday Onlr Last Times Today "itti Moj-il Nolan jfc Mary Carlisle 1'o.v News & Comedy sliuwing Sunday. Ailmksicn aialincc ICc >5 Arimfsslun Ni|hl llic & TUESDAY Cang Guns Boom in Middletown! Young l«r# S« « i 10 »«ilh Her*. SHOWN IN SMART FOOTWEAR day. Miss.. iillie. Sfak ; of Blythevlllc was CBlled here Thursday on ac- PHONE 162 rULqhi" Tuesday-Wednes 0 with lily(hcvillc\s Own "()(!H (JANG MOVIK" wilh ciisl of j !><> I.OCAI, KJUDIIiS. I'his! SWING-RUED COMEDY! j M O S I T O^O/' JIA PICTURE 1 ~ vii! be 'iliursdaj- at (lie Ko.vy . . "» fioiixti It Clif f.tiil. 5tr*9n pfo/h/Gforf/j At»0»pr pnrf J. Pobfrt 0r«n | fVO-fADlO PlCIUPt' Also n'ji-cUy .sliorl jt '-'piutily. Arfmivxinu Matinfc )0c & -<lic Admission Nijht 16c & 3Gr. » <^^^*m^^^umm Special Notice liiiiiiiig loiii^'hl the |{jl/, \ Office Opens al (Ji'Ia and : Office opens 7:0(1 p.nj, *'!io\v sttu-ls. 7:15 p.m. r. **',»?!*',,.,

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