The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 5, 1939
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PAGE-TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) 'COUniER NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET .This.Tickel WH) AdinH Frank Barliam i- Companion fil) tlicvillc —lo the— KITH TlfEATKK —lo sec— • ."KID FKOM KOKOH10" Society Boy and Divorcee Wed Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Executive beard. Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting 3;CO o'clock at church. Wcmaii's Missionary Union, Fir">r Baptist, church , meeting 2:30 o'clock at- church. Treasure Hunt Is Given I Ktr Out ol Town Ours Is Miss Mary Spain Usrey and MIs> Patty Shane were hostesses at a treasure hunt given last nljlit for Miss Jo Tucker, of Ultlc Rock, mid Byron Rh:des Morse, of Veil Smllh, hcusegucsts ol Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse. The 28 guests included Ihc follow ing out of town visllcrs; Miss Huby Grain ot Wilson, Miss Marlnmm Normnn cf HunUngbiirg, Ind , hoUECgiiest of Miss Mary Eltznljcth Boruin, Miss Sfiiry Jnne Mclain j and Mali) Mcllwjiln, bMli of Shrevcnort, La.. liouscgnests of Mrs Molly Mcllwnin. Clues for which (he seven groups -Twcnty-mic-ycnr-old noucrl Vandorriool Clark. S3,OM,000 sewing inn- fwcarcngcn left lotlay for Hardy where they will spend a few days. By foil Morse and son, Byron Rhodes Morse-, of Foil Smith, who is visiting his family here, Icfl IM« nfi«rnoon lor Princeton, Ky. where they will visit John Mahan IIIKI other relatives then! over the weekend. ... While Mouse Background Would - • 0 "- 1 »',uum SATURDAY, AUGUSTS, 1939 niiioc no allowances for sunrise or the various time zones encountered • , Be 1'illing For Louise McNul.ll 011 " ie crossi " E - CHURCH NEWS OHllHCl! (>r CH111ST Ociilon SI. Nt'id, pastor I lord's Day services: 10:OC a.m. Bible study. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 11:45 a.m. Communion. 8:00 p.m. Preaching. Wednesday's services; 8:00 p.m. s.'iuj service unit study Dally broadcast ever KJ-.CN, Mon- Bits of Newi Mostly Penonali B. f. Kigcr, who strained a nerve In Ills hip .several days ago, wits removed to the Walls liospllal lo-' day. Ills condition Is very gcod. ' I I 1 . K. Cociley went to Pine lilnfl i this morning (o spend a few days ! with Mr, and Mrs. Klslner D. j Rcall and Inliinl .son. Tommlc. Mrs. j C'orlcy, who has been spending sev- • cml necks there with Ihclc claujjli- ! lor and family, will accompany' him home. Miss Belty Jo Hargctt Is roslins; well at licr lioinc, 1415 West Main snwl, following a tonslllectcmy performed Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Sluckcy mid s:n. William, and daughter, Francos, of Louisville mid Dawson fc'lirljis-'i, Ky., ciimc today to spend Ihc weekend here wilh Dr. stuck- ry's ccusiii. Mrs. Jinne.s fl. Clark, and Mr. Clark. Chester Nnbers entered (lie Vet, , ii » i » . ti i wi mug » . i i>iii;j, lu . i/,j \j i_JUVIk emus liospllal in Memphis ycslor- MCSSIIBO, nr.'Eugene- W Potter of (lav to miilprirn 11'pnlmnnl Micy ,_._.. _ . ...... • . . . . scarclicd were hidden in various c |,| nc heir prominent In Ihc society whirl, married Mrs Suzan ' Wren Dillahiinly,-Miss Usrcy, Paris mo "> " McCalla and J. T. Stidtiiiry. ne dc la moiiy In New York. The ncwlyweds arc pictured after the weddhv*. Walcrmdriis -were eaten at I( . M _ , ![ln iet(e j Bd ,„ prilvol . Walker Park ill the conclusion of ' the hunt. Mrs. Exrccflve Hoard lUccts Mrs. Harry I'rllzlus and Mrs. C. G. Hires were hostesses to 10 i members and two visitors of Ihei Executive board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, nl j a meeting at MIT,. Frltzhis' home yesterday afternoon. Visitors were Mrs. Clovis Crockett of Wilson, housegiiesl of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Burr, ami (he Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the church. After the watchword was repealed, Mrs. S. M. Hootl olTercd prayer and Mrs. Brooks gave the devotional from the 12lh chapter of Matthews. The theme 6f the devotional was "The Family Altar". Mrs. Brooks presided over the business session at which time the W. M. U. conlercnce to be held here Tuesday was discussed. Players were offered by Mrs. Murray Smart and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson. A green and yellow color scheme : was carried out in the decorations Including the flowers and dessert •course of jello and cake which was Eerved. Marigolds and zinnias were the flowers used. * * * Arc Oucsls of Club Mrs. Toby Lonj and Miss Jo Tucker, of Little Rock, houscjuest of Mr. and Mrs. Byrcn Morse and family, were guests'cf Miss Martha Ann Lynch yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of her bridge club with a party at her home. The rooms where bridge was plny- ed were decorated nitb garden flowers. High sccre prize among Ihc club members wcnl t Albert Taylor and second high lo Miss Mildred Lou Huiibard. Miss presided over the business session. During Ihe uoalal hair. Ihc guests were shown through the newly decorated home of Mrs. Itantin. A <ies- sci'l course of icn mcum and cake wns served nt llic ecnclnsUm of Chinese checker B«mcs. Mrs. J. D. Barksdnlc. a former member of the class who now lives Sleele-Cooler Society—Personal Mrs. Grace Jones received nolill- near Muteness, Miss., wns a guest, cut ion yesterday of the serious III- "ess of her son, Glynn Jones, of . Bc "s. Twin. She left immediately larbi'O KeVlVai-lS lo bc with hl '»- accompanied by - . l»'o of her ether sons, Abncr Ash- LrOWdS =rnft. nnd Ray Jones, also John Tucker and daughter ami Casey Edwards. .. -- _ „ Mrs - '-"'i' "can returned Stin- Ocorse b. McGehef, of Dell, llny lro111 Memphis where she had Mt:nitan-:c increases nightly at the Varbro Methodist church Ihc lo 3:15 o'clock. ST. SWllEN'S Kl'I.SCOl'Al, CHURCH Matthew A. Curry, iirirst-in-c'hargc 10:00 a.m. Sunday scho:l. 11:00 a.m. W. W. Prcwflt. of Osceola, lay leader will conduct services. '•MUST AIKTHOIMST C'lilJKOI Corner iMiiin and Seventh slri.-el? Church school, 8:45 o'clock. Morning wirship, 10:55 o'clock day to undergo treatment. who Is conducting services cadi s l'cnl the past week at the bedside morning al 10 t'elock ant! each c[ ller s °n. Cluster Taylor, who has nlBht nt-eight o'clock said today bcon vcr V sick al the Baptist hcs- whcn he announced his sermon ''" n ' "'here he underwent nn np- loiHcs for Sunday. -i pcndectoiny. He is slowlv linprov- "Wlnit Docs It Menu to DC A' 1 " 8 - Mts - Taylor and "daughter, Ciirlstitai" will be (he subject used ."Sunday mailing when children will be dedicated by (heir trarcnts. "Four Great Questions of the Bible" (lie sermon theme for Sunday night, | A. W. Harris, pastor linogcnc, are staying with him'. Tamlly iimiiiion family reunion was held at 1'ulk A I tno llomc and Mrs. W. P. Mary Ann Nnbers and Miss Peggy White accompanied him ta Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. Dwiglil Bawen ic- Inrncd last night from n three weeks' vacation spent In Lmi',' Hcncli, 1 Sun Francisco. Salt Lake Oil.}- and cclorndo Springs. Mr. and Mrs. IMBar Herrick, who made the trip cut wilh them, remained tor a longer visit with their son, Gordon llcrrlck, and.-Mrs. Hcrrick In Colorado Springs. Mr. llerrlck will rclurn in a few days but Mrs. llerrlck .will remain there until ubcnt the first of September. Mr. and Mrs. If. C. Kime cl Pnsadcna, Calif., nnd Mrs.- Kail Myers and children of Farmington, Mo., ciimc Ihls afternoon for a ten day visit with Mr. and Mrs. George W. ]3arhnm and family. Miss Huby Crnln, of Wilson, was the overnight guest cl Miss Patty Shane last night, Mrs. Lily Sisk led, today for .1 week's vacation lo be spent in Dycrsburg, RIpley and Halls, Tenn. Miss Jo Tucker, of Liltlu Ro:k. who Ims been the guest of Mr. iuv.1 Mrs. Byron Alorse^ since Tuesday, returned lo her home today. She was motored as ;far as Memphis by Mrs. Morse and Mrs. James II. Bell, who will spend (lie day. with their mother, Mrs. T. J. -Mahan, ivho Is In the Campbell's clinic In Memphis: Mrs. Ada Tale returned yesttr-, day from Elizabeth Town". III., where she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Keeling. She was lss | Joncsbmv. district superintendent There .will he no evening service. Choir practice, 7:30 o'clock, Thursday. FIHST OIIIIKC1I Ol' 1 T1IJ-; NA'/.AUIiNti ICuiiha 1>. EScasley, pastor 9:-l5 a.m. Sunday school. Noble McCnllnr. siiperinleiHloit. 11:00 a.m. Mcrning worship. Uer- iiion subject. "Tlic Heavenly Dove." li:-1S p.m. N. Y. P. S. 1:W p.m. Evening service. Sermon subject, "Selling the Birthright." We cordially Invite you to attend these services. Nature Taboos Odd Rows Of Kernels on Corn Ear KNOXVILLE, Term. <up)_prof. . S, Mayer has answered a puzzle of nature that farmers have been trying lo figure out for centuries— H'liy the number of grain rows on cars of corn always arc even Mayer told growers aUcncli'U (he Easl Tennessee Farmers convention llmt nntiirc breeds the rows In pairs. Most of the pair, exhibited had H rows of ijrahi. 'llierc are larger ears grown l>ut, large or small, they always have an even number of rows. Mayer said lhal nevci 1 had ho seen or heard ol an car with 13. 15 or 17 rows. "It's Impossible." he' said. Weather, not read wear, Is the arch enemy of highways, accord- big to the U. S. Durcaii of Public Roads. Tile largest flying boat that the U. S. Navy possesses to date Is the S-44 four-motored palrol bomber. There has been an increase of approximately 71 per cent in night fatalities over the last eight years. I Pcik of Cooler Sunday In honor of The Rev. of the church. Is director of Tlie ' llleir s011 ' •"'" Po!k nl 'd family cf choir. A y;mig people's meeting tit Flint - M'ch., who are visiting rela- 'i:3(l o'clock precedes the nljlil scr- 1 llves llcrc nl lhls tilnc ' vice, 'Hie nubile. Ins been invited (o attend the mcclin; which will c:n- ''Allh pictures tinuc throughout next neck. Ihe Hcv. Mr. Harris salrt. • noon n large Marriage Licenses i'H.GHlM LUTIIEliAN CJIUKCII Sixth ami Walnut streets II. J. Klciiulienst, pastor Divine service. Oi'JS n. m. Sermon topic, "Tile Christian's Imperfections." Sunday school, 10:45 a. m. accompanied her sisters, ff. U Bingle and family Jess Davis, and Mr. Davis, 1'ivc couples have applied nl thr Blythcvillt olllce of Hie county Mrs. | collrt cl(> rk for lioensrs lo wed during Ihe past week. Names of the couple mid (he olllccr or minister Tucker was also presented n gift. (Performing ihe ceremony, 'A sandwicli plate, .with an iced drink was served at the conclusion of the games Are Hcslesses To Bible Class Mrs. E. B. Hardln and Mrs. J. G. follow: Paul -Shelby and Miss Marian Tlionms. both of Miinllu, by Macls- Iratc T. I,. Ciissldy; ,1. R.' Phillips am! Mrs. W. V. Phillips, l, () ||i of ' Memphis; W. H. Mortum aim Mrs. Annu Morijan. bolh of Rowland; | The morning was spent in Hie lanilly gel-together being martc and al oltl fashioned dinner was served I re in Ihc large dining r;oni nnd in Ihe aflcrnoon hundreds o[ friends from the south end ol llic county j called on Iliem. ] Among (lie dinner siiisLs were I Mr. and Mrs. Jim P;lk and the Mlowlng children: Christine, Na- diiip. Hazel, KU/abrih. nelly, Billle find Clnrencc Paul of Hurt, Miss Helen Curry ami .sister of Mcm- If listed, I 11 ' 1 * Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Curry and children of Slccle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Kriulcr and children of Crockett. Mrs. Mrs. from Memphis. They attended the first reunion of their family held in 40 years. Miss Theliuu Talc accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bingle and Mr. mid Mrs. Davis (o Memphis where she will visit for two weeks. Senator Ivy W. Crawford return- Mi this morning from Little tiock where he has been attending th" session of the Arkansas Leglsla- lure. Mrs. J. D. narksdalc and son, Butler, of Blythcvillt and Nat:hcz, Miss., arc visiting here. They plan lo rclurii lo Miwiisiupi about the I5lh of Ihc month Mr. and Mrs. llnrrclUDjivis. Mrs. II. N. Swcaroiigcn and children, Virginia, Kmndel. and Herbert T ' ° r<y «ere tuslcsscs to members George E. Springer and Miss Jewell of the Ladies Bible class of the McGill, both of here by Mauhtrit" First Methodist church at a meet- Cassidy; George Edinan Willoiiclil Ing last night at the Harrtin home. by. o[ here, and Miss clcma Rw- 'llie devotional was given by Mrs. cr:;. of Gideon, by Mai-lstratc Cas- W. W. Hollipetcr after which Mrs. sidy. Scnnon For DerJ On Tuesday FLAPPER FANNY "The ice-cream's givin' out. Got some of U, 0 kids to slai'l a light so their molhcrs'll lake 'em home." The KCV. N. p. tiling of .St. Louis, missionary to the deal, will rti-liver n sermon al thr. PiUjrlm Lulhcran chlii'Ch. Six-Ill and Witliuit streets. Tuesday night at 7:31) o'clock, Ihn Rev. II. J. Klriwlirnst. pasf.r of (he local church, annrnnced today The Rev. Mr. uhliir will also p.ivc a radio itilrrvipu- over KtjfJN tit. a:l5 oVInrk Tucsdiiy on lly subject ot Ills u:rk umnng the (leaf. The dent mules and their friend-; are mvlird tc the Gcrvicu. the pastor :,ald. At The 84-He's Named in Love Suit Walls llmr-ltal B. r. Klucr. city, ndnilttcd. I'M VituTiit. city, dismissed. Hilly Cain, clly, admitled. Vishnu Mann. Toinnlo. dismissed. Wrkion Wa\ne Gairett, Malillii. 'li-tnlssrrt. A. L. Whistle. Dell, dismissed. Mrs. M.nviu iiuiise. Tomato, dis- J.imv3 f>nmm-'i:,. 3tcclc. diiiuu=sed. •'oin Cnnirrt, rily. dismissed. Billy Tiilkinjlon. Lllb-.liin. dismissed. niythevlll'e Itcspital .Mmcs Giloaly. Matston. Mo., ad- mlllcJ. Mrs. Harry A'kins, ci|..v. ncliniUcd. Mrs, Max B. R»W. clVy. dismissed. L. M. Ilosi, clly. di;mls;c'.\. J:ycc Toinllnson. city, dbinisscd. Motor tuitks haul only t> per cent ct the nation's commerce, while C-C pet crnl d;ivels ever the mils, t!ir rrinnlndrr canlc<| Ij.- wnlctwuys ;uirt pl)>rhiu'.s, ~ ' 'Ihc vallronds n[ llir United ."•'.talr.s oprralo nearly sn.Ofltl (uii'tr. I coi^laiiUy. ' [ Thciv ;ITO nppi'oximnlk'ly 2. r ).- 2CO.OCO autouicbilcs in use i n the United Slates today. L-AKK S'lllKUT MCTtlOlUST 'CIHIHCH K. M. Swecl, pastor 11:15 a. m. Church school. IO:'I5 a. in. Preaching service by Miss Cathryn Campbell of llcrrin, 111. 7:00 p. m. Young People's mccl- nifs. 8:00 p. m. Preaching service. 8:00 p. in. Wednesday, prayer service. . THE I'lLGKIM TABERNACLE 110 IV. Cherry sheet O. IV. Doss, paslor 0:<!5 n. in. Hunday school. 11:OG a. tn. Moining worship. 7:45 p. m. Kvangeliatic service. 7:30 p. rn. Wednesday, prayer service. The Rev. Vernon Hopkins of Gravity is so great en the sun that an crrlinary man would weigh two tons there. 1 1 I.uuisc RIcNull: IS, pulsed anil charming. By NKA Service As removed from n high school as Manila from Indianapolis, 18-year-old Louise McNnll- Is poised, qiik't spoken— a comely lass .\\ith charm. Shl''lws the clecp-scl, blue cyos of her father, I'aul V. McNull, former high comiiiissioncr to tlic Philippines, now head of the new Federal Security Agency and a jinich-llkcd candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1S1IO, and the Uarlt wavy hair of her mother. 'lint' cute dimple on her chin defies heredity cataloging, biitj -uuue UnnKs.ii may be the result | ot too many dCEserU. . "Dreadfully glad" to lie back in Ihe United States again. Miss Mc- Hutl is fond of her Indiana home. "It was so good to see green tvees again," she says, "and big fields of corn instead of little fields of rice." Coolest Spot in Town In Manila, Louise got her first taste of night life. She enjoyed doing American dunces lo the mti- slc ol U. S.-lralned Filipino orchestras. Less happy memory is that of her first (and last) rlniinba with si partner who spoke no English. With every stumble, she would suggest that they sit it out—and each remark would lie answered with a polite equivalent or ."no savvy." Miss McNutl is musically inclined —as a listener. She was a regular attendant at Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra concerts when her father was Governor of the state. Future plans? Well, she's going to college ttiis fall. And the choice is the University of Indiana at Bloomlnglon, where her father was student, professor, then dean ol the law school. Beyond that, Louise refuses to commit herself. Watch Society P»f* Of Courier Newt F«t Free Show Gneib the following passages from Christian Science textbook, ".3c and .'Health'.with .'Key t:- the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "Spirit being God, there is hut one Spirit-, for there can be but cue innnile and therefore one God." Page 331 Caiulhcrsvillc, Mo., be in charge of the Sunday night service in the absence of the pastor, who is .conducting a revival in Missouri. MUST n.U'TIKT Walnut a( Hlglitli Krv. Alfred Carpcnicr, 1'a.siur Einulay: 9:M a.m., Kniuluy tctiool. 10:-IO a.nv. Morning worship. Sps- ciai iiiu.sic. Efrnmii. "Wltnl Hap- listj Hid in Atlanta." pastor. Ser- \icrs broadcast over K1XJN. C-.F.O a.m.. Training Union. 7:.'W mil.. I'rr.-ichiiij: pcrvlcs. Special miisie. Kcrmon, "Hnptists in We rlil Alfiiirs," pastor. 7:00 p.m.. Departmental, meetings. 7:1)0 p.m.. Mld-wrrk service. P.:21 p.m.. Chcir rehearsal. Hal-list Chnvrl, Lilly St. ' fl:OT a.m.. Sunday school. Saturday HIS STRftNGEST CRIME ADVENTURE! PETER LORRE MR.MOTO TAK& A VACATION siPH SCHItDKRAlfl IIONEl JllWIlt VIRGINIA FlflO JOHN KING IVA STIWAS1 A20rh C«rlvry-Fo* Piitutt Tropical -Hardwood Found By Grand Coulee Workers GRAND COULEE, Wash. (UP)— Rcm»ant of a prehistoric era i" Ihe Pacific Northwest, a 25-pDund block of tropical hardwood has ] Lccn uncovered by excavators at" work en Grand Coulee dam. The wood block, wilh a yrain resembling that of rosewood, was biirieil more than 100 yar-ds 'lecp in flay near the cfam. ft was lound Ijy worker. 1 -, coiislruciing • i Ikinncl as a slide-control mca-snrc nenr Ihe inntnmoUi irran-inade wntcrfiill. 'Ihc fli^covcry ackl.s weight 10 a theory lhal Ilin Pacific Northwest at one time \va.s in n tropical clime. Tiic wood block is hollered' lo dale back lens of thousands of yrnra. , Time Change Ignored By Traveling Rooster MONTREAL (UP)—A rooster which refused to change its lising schedule because the sun In Canada rose five hours later than in its native England arrived here on the last trip of the liner Ascania. The bird was one of a collection of raie fowl which C. D. May, British delegate, Is taking to the Also cartoon & Tin!!." Continuous serial show. "Oregon Admission (ill 5:CO p.m; 30e. p & ice After 5:00 p.m. 16c A. 31c World's Ponllry Congress al Cleveland. May said the rooslcj' crowed every night nt the hour lo which it was accustomed In England and iH'l. James Wlllry. 1,-fl i-aliiisco n;iv,il irst-i\'<- t ;tti .'tiicn.itiun o( ;tfi,, i;,,,,^ ll.iinc:-., rip.hl,' irliicil whom hi' : .;i)'.. xn.pod his wife, 3V, lop, nnd t -;,u.,.,| ] u . v lo divorce him while lie was on n business trip. Hyion tlrllli:.!. T'TKST Main :il SKlh (ion. \V, Patterson, niini^ti-v !):->S a.m.. fiiblc whool. W. O. Gem iu. snpcrinlendcnt. 11:00 Worship, commutiicn and pii'uchlnu. ".SufTeiiH 1 ^ ;intl t'lmriny" will In 1 the sermon Ihetno. 7:-l5 p.ip.. worship and prcac'ii- Inti. "Churcii Memlicrs in Wroii^; Places" will bc Ihc sermon llvnu'. Me.iH.'ny. f:'.«l pin. (br toarrl cf Ihr chnrcli \vill meet. Wednesday. 7:'15 p.m. sint;!!! 1 ' ;<( (he chmch. i We most cordially invite (he pub- j lie. Rlningcrs In our rily ospc-j dally united. We'll try lo m;ike j yon Kind yon csmw our way. j i CHRISTIAN SCIKXCK HKKVICKS j 111! S. llrrartwiiy 1 "fiph it" Is the subject of the L-esson-Sermon which will bc read . in all C'lnirche.s and Sociclies of • the Church cf Christ. Scientist ! Sunday. j The Golden Text i:.: "What man j knowcth (he thins;; of n man.' save the spirit of man which Is in i him? even o: the things of Gttl ; kuuweUi no nmn. but the spirit of j IKcl." I Cririnthi.nii 3:11 [ Among thr rit,itioii5 which com- ! ft ; i prise Ihc LcMcn-Scrmnii K MID Ul- j|'i: HoAing from Ihi; Bible: "Whillicr S ; ^:', ' shall I go fioin thy spirit- cr whilh- er shall t (Ice ttoni thy ptcscucc? If I o.-.ccnd up into heaven tliou art thcic: It 1 m.iko my bed in hell, V-iioUl lliou art lliero." P=-'lms 1M:7. 8. f Tlic l.-;'ssnu-i>imen ',\l?o int'Utdcs There arc one. and a half million guitars in use in America. ' Complete of WESKNGHOUSE ELECTRIC Ranges and Waler-Heaters WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP HO S. Second Clione 3H — I10TKI. PKABODY — Air CumliUinu'd I'nr Yniir Coui(oi( l.owi'si Kales 111 K. Main St. — Jilyllicvillc COMPLW SELECTION e{ fUR CQAK large array of styles iti chubbys, swajj- new swing and princess models. Monday sm| Tuesday, August 7 and S MISS WHITSIirS SHOP Sunday - Monday Tlit 'Klll'...Yoktl toy CTM3 to (Qwnt PHTO'BRIEN-WAWMtlRRIS'JMHBllJXDEll. KM IOSSON • IAME WYMIN • STANLEY FIUDS •JIK ItfC'tlttl. Stltlt (IIEl niiicixi >) mis suttR • rintiui tj «uin net O^VMl l*v^ tt Dt>*. In-»* i A r.* )h*-n-,l r>cv* Also {'aratiinimt Nnus i Comcily Cnntimioas show Sunday Ailtn. Sim. Rial. * Ni^lit lOc X- .Ilic Acini. Mmulay Alathicc lOc ft 2Cc. Adin. Rlonday NlRht |r, c ,t .J(!c ROXY Fri.-Sat.-Sun. Last Times Today 1 Also !the (Saturday. Sunday-Monday •COAST GUARD' wilh Haudr.lpli Scull. Unlph Hu Inuiy and FnuiiTs Pec. Also Fo.t N'cws A Cumedy

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