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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APIUL 22, 1938 'COURIER NEWS C05IPLIMENTAKY TICKET • This Tickcl Will Admii Mrs. W. II. Stone and compan ion, Route 1, lUyihcvllle — to the-i' Km. THE ATEB —io see— "GIRL OF THE GOLDEN .WEST" Social Calendar EATUKDAY'S EVENTS liliss Aitu Mac Gsi-Jtngton and Mrs. George M. Hunt cnterlatiilne CIiBptcr "N" of P. E. O. Sisterhood at a' luncheon, 1:00 o'clock at home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Circle Three of Woman's Missionary, society of the First Mctho-JUt church scoi-.soving "bake sale" at 311 Main" street beginning nt 10:00 o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia i, M. me u,c MI o-r- Entertains Club Ari old fashioned fcouyuet forme-J the centerpiece of the dining table yesterday'when Mrs. O. W. Afflick entertained members ot (lit Thursday 'Liuiclieon club anil two i;uesls, Mi's..'.Earl Koontz. 01" Fulton. Mo. vriio,' Is tise house-guest of her mother. Mrs, E, M. Bryan, ami family, and Mrs. Hunter .C. Sims. In (lie bridge games' which followed, Mrs. Everett B. Gee was high,- and Mrs. KoouU, second high. c » » Classjllns Hunt Iho 13 and 14 year old intermediate girls of the Second Baptist v^iu'rcli. \verc entertained nt an Easter ejg hunt Sunday afternoon nt Walker Park. Altev .the hunt, they .returned to the home, of their- teacher, Mrs. Eiyl Walker, who served them refreshments of Easter candies anti fruit 'punch. During the remainder of the afternoon, the girls played soft'lmll and other games. This cln.% which is colled the Rairibo'.v class, recently elected the following officers: Capitohi Jcrnl- gan, piesldeiit; Verna 'Wheat, vice president; Pniillnc Bro.sdoii. :;ecrc- faiyT Dorothy Moore, chalnnan of activity;. I^ose Hpllis, .chairman of stewardship 'and missions. ; - » • * Plays With Club Trfta. Clarence VI. Wilson played cards wltli. members of the Thursday Contract club.at the home, of ilrs." Carrot! Dlakcmore yesterday afternoon'jvjieii Mrs. John P. LMitl vrotj't'ne n'riio. a sinniiK'v'viurEiv., s - Sfrinrj .tallies'..'.UcKoralcd with peonies wer? in keeping with (he vp.stfs .of peonies, roses and 'Jalsii's Vv'hioh irtfe' arranged throiijlimit the :hons;. At'the conclusion of thn sinnes, Mrs..Elatoniore cerved a salad plate. Surprised With Shower Mrs. 'Oscar ^tcFall was the guest of honor 1 at a party, at Iho hciue of Mrs. Int Bohanning Vnst night when-20 .IrUnds of Mrs. McFall, who."H'ork with her at tha telephone exchange, surprised her with a shower. A'boiv] of roses iiindc tiic centerpiece of ihe dining table from which, the buffet supper was served late in the evening. Prccwiins the supper, the guests played games and contests in ihe livinj room which was' also 'decorated In (he ))i»x . roses! Bits of News Mostly :l is believed. Mrs. Keivfom plan.', to go down to bo with him dm hi] e weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Guard, oi Canilheriivllle. wero called here last Jilglil to fce with J. I,, anard, wlio underwent tin ojirratlon. Photographer To Return To Mis Native England New Pastor Here "Jl'll liiakc millioiis! No more lifjhlm' over who carries the umbrella I.Jusl. put another h«iKlle_on it an', you gpl titta! control." Wilson Society—Personal il P. T. A. Melting W. D. McDIiirkin. Siiperinlemlc-ni if the Blylhcville Schsols. was Ihe "uesl speaker at the meeting of Ihe Wilson Parent-Teacher Association, held In the hi(sh w-liool auditorium Thursday iifght, wldi about sixty niothev.i, fathers and (cachcrj present..' Mrs. ThoF. Lanev'. prt'sklcnt preside:! ovc'r the meeting foHgwIng a ^IS'.jViy tois, jq'.nv Oruer, n trio by 'JuWrlyn Oljijioii. Mary Hill land T -blil"Ocan'Orcer, h'nft' an"'acrobatIc fan-.:t; ^fiy, Hu'ih Wittiains. Tho 'followinj,' oilir.er.s .were, el- •ctcd for next- year: Mrs. N. B. El> Us, president, Mrs. Thos. Lauc>i vice-presidcnl, Mrs. K. V. Cullom, secretary and Mrs. W. J. L«cl\vin, treasurer. Kcfrcshiuonts of punch \nd ccokiet; were served by Ihc 'iome Eccnomlc.s girls from a lace Iraped lnM« in the living room of '.tc new home economics building, whicli was 'bcautifuliy ivith sprinp, HoH'ers. "Belter Homes" Tour Planned In The County Miss June Cunningham returned to her home In Memphis (he 'first narl of the week after having been the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. R. Crawford, and Mr. Crawford. C'hnrles Joseph, who has been I'liciullng n few days with- his. par- enls. Mr and Mrs. S. Joseph, hns Kcne (o Little Rock, Ark., to be ccwKxMcd «-i(h (he Arkansas Sta(c Fire 1'revcnllon Bureau. Ho formerly was employed in Oklahoma. M!M Mnry Ellznbcth Boi'iim, Miss Elizabeth Ann Wllcon and Miss Rose sines' returned Wednesday la SI. diaries, Mo., where they attend Ltndcnwood college, lifter having siwnl (heir spring vacations here with Ihetr parent.';,. Mr, and. Mrs. Edgar Botlitn, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Wilson, nnd Mr. mid Mrs. E. A, .'cliloy. Mrs. Doriini molorcd (hem 10 ol. 1 Charles. Mis! iVhiry Sugarmumi mid Max Plceard, of St. konls, visited friends here Ihls morning. Jack Unity Robinson is spending todily In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. j. B. lluy, wlio lived lieie tot- several months while Mr. Hay wns stationed hero wim tne General Motors Accepttincc Cor- 'Ihoinas Soiitlnvorlh. ions a photographer | n Memphis, who came hem xlx inoiilliK ago, will return to Ins native Enultiiid this ami- uier Io nmke his home. lie awl an luimiirried sister plnti Io oisaijc In I lie photographic portraiture business ni West Fn»«K, n .suburb of l/jiicton. Horn in I'l^slon. l.iinchiisliire, England. Mr. Koulhworlli ( < H nic> io llic United Sliitm in I3M wlieii he v:as It) yeai-s of age. (lien lie us been "home" limes-in IDCO, JSO-I and live years ago. It was ufter arriving i United States that Mr. worth took up (ho .study logrupliy nnd since (hai has photographed many when they were young .vvlio. years Inlcr, bioijyhl him their children (o lie photographed. I l.'ucli was the case of Mrs fed- w-iirrt Scgravrs. daughter of All. mill Mi;;. Ucrmnii Cross, who was r.li'asraphccl by Mr. Soulhworth uhen she WHS r( iiij r y O1 ,, )(; , (m | «lio recently had her' son'.s pic- lure made, wiien he wa.-; in biui- Effis in Lrbunon, Trim., lie a|.v> 'udge Ci. E. Keck Since Ihrce (lie Soillh- of pho-1 time he' persons The Rev. E. \V. Cronier, above lia:, ;u:ccple<i Hie pastorale of pull Ciospil I'hurcli here. MI MEET gcr, Sonny Ojboinc, Jack Owen, L. C. Posey. Tom necder, Harold Ros- ciitlwl, Ben Smith, Leon Stafford, Coleman Slcveus, K. M. Teny, jr., Ben White, Joe Yales. Seventy-Eight !o Represent Blylhevillc In Competition Tomorrow James A. Sandiier of Ekron Community Dies James A. Sundifcr. of Ekron, died al 0:M o'clock yesterday evening, ' lifter having been ill for :i week I at (lie home of a brother in law, A team of 78 Bh/llicville high rrctl Muson, of the same connmi- .scliool students will 'go to Jones- ""•>'• Iic WRS 50 J'fai's of aje. tjoro to compete in (lie annual funeral rites were held this after Fourth District literary meet to be I1(KI11 alr tlle Tanna Funeral home held nt the Arkansas Stale College wltlll < il10 ncv - J- W- SchuHz, of lemon-on 1 . The atliletlc meet will kltlle River, oniciiilinj, nnd burial be held ThurKday of nest week at was llliul ° at North ijuwlja, i-cnrc- Parngould. 'cry. lie is survived by liis wife, mi<: son. J. w.. two daughters. Mellw and Shirley, all of Kkron, Unco brothers, William mid Oewcy ol i'enath. Mo., and Joe, of Flint, Midi., ami ttvo sisters. Accepts Pastorate Of Full Gospe! Church Announcement has been nmdo that the Rev. E. \V. Crczlcr, ;i native of Oregon. Inn recently of kts Mollies, la., lias; accented Ins l.iislonitc of thr Full Gospel chin ell. Mrs. Oiw.lor, who is also 11 minister, will act as co-pastor. Tlie Rev. Mr. Crazier cninc here two weeks ago to conduct 1111 evan- Sludenls and (he Individual contests In which they will patrlcipatc are; hlitory. MIES Blliic LcgscU; iilgcbni. Thomas Sray: typing, Mis;; Alice Sallba; geometry. Jerry Col:en; piano, Miss Marian Toinp- _^ kins; violin. Miss Amy Ruth Mor-j _. ~ ~~ ris: declamation. Eugene Johnston; 111) of Louisiana Site extemporaneous speaking (girls'!. 1 Mif.s Ncch'ii EciT.vinnii; extemporaneous tipeaking, i boys'). E. ,\i. rei-ry. jr.; .shorlhunti! Miss Elizabeth Baxter: Latin, Miss Kathlepii Ashley; spelling, K. M, Terry jr • Knglfeli. Miss Patricia Wood;" boys' Final .Selection of Mifjs Dcvcrlyn Clnyton, pietly 17-year-old daughter .of Mr. and Tours Io new and remodeled homes in Mississippi county will be n feature of the Better Homes v.'31'k. observance in north Mississippi county, it has been announced by Miss Cora t.ec Gotemiui. chairman of the movement to take place April 'M-'.K. Chairmen lu the 2ti communities In (lie northern part of Ihc romi- ty have planned these tours, which will also be featured with improv'c- incnls in tenant hollies ivhtch inay be- moved when Hie lenanl funnily moves elsewhere. The Ministerial Alllniice. -of Bl.v- (hovillp, Is cooiicinlins in the observance because of the belief dial both the church and home nre important for religious (ruining. Belter Homes sermons will be pieiich- ed in practically every church next SniKlay, the nr.M, day of Better Hanics week. Records ot ncliml improvements decorated j which have been inado nnd ri;- | ported Io Miss Column) indicate iliiil more home improvements have bcon made this year in Mississippi county, and oilier counties of northeast Arkansas, than in anv phis, hns been brought here to i IV!! replace'.Mr. liny, lie and Mr.s. Cc- CnElin are making their home in Ihc apartment formerly occupied b> Iho Hays. i Mrsi touls Applcbaitm accompa-- nlcd by Mre. Nathan Wclnberg and Mrs. Adolph Wetnberg, of Osce- [ oln, ivere in Memphis the first ol'j the week. Mrs. Shclburuc Brewer is spending scvcrnl days in. Slkcston, Mo., with her parents, she accompanied '* nct ' her brother, of Unit city, who spent Easter with her nnd Mr. Bi'e«'ci'. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch spent ycstcrdny in Memphis. Miss Bcltc Aluerslein. of St. Louis, arrived (his morning (o te when he met Judge Keck af- comhig lieu: lie recalled mnk- Jiit' Die portrait, of him niid his fistcr. meeting at (lie tabernacle nnci reninincd to become jrastoi It is undecided whether or not HK> nic'elhiB «ill continue through nr.xt week. ] A water baptismal service wil ! be held nl Lone Oak Sunday nf- icvnoon at 2i:iO o'clock. Tlie Rev. Mr. Archer, (he tourtV leading cvnnrjrlisl in the Full CJos- i pel ranks, who Is en route to Bal- GeCEObA. Ark.. Apr. 'J2.—Fuiicr-I lilnc ' T ' ^ i<! " fcr a revival, wil be al services for Mrs. .Josephine Law- tP'^cm Friday. Saturday nnd Sun- V nr Or „• n i . RltCS Held CL i>»aver For Army Radio Station NliW OflLKANfJ (UPt-Conslruc- lion of a pei-Dinneia radio station on Southwest Pass, soullierniiiost pc:n( of Louisiana, soon will be completed, according Io U. S en"i- tieri.s. The .stalion. (o cost, $13.000. will be used for emergency work ami for instructions correlating work other craft.. Head Courier News Waal Ads, Is Hostess to Club ficses. peonies, irises and oilier spring flowers ivcro the setting for » bridpe party yesterday afternoon when Mrs. DnudolpU Smith was hostess to members . of the 'J'hurs-! t!lc flora) piu-a;lc. <iay nileriiCDii club and one gucsl, .Mrs, Sam O«'en. A- dessert coiirse wns terrert ;i( the conclusion of the bridge sanies in whicli sirs. A. T. Clo.ir c.on (he high score prize, lingerie. Mrs. J. K. Clnylon of Wilson, won Uie beauty conU'sl, til the dnnce Tiveu at the Biissrtt club house jit , Suiisrl. Park Tuesday night, which snt.iUes her io represent, south' Mississippi county al, Hie Memphis j Cjtlon Carnival. Mis,s Clnylon mid 'isr innlds, Miss Murgaret Robiu- icn. Kciscr, Ark., und Mi^s Loi'- rulne r.olilen. Joim-r, will mlrr competition lor Miss Dixii* riuvinu l ,lie carnival and ride on u flout in Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Allen ir. liirnrd Tuesday from Hot •Spi-ini:,-. Hid l-ltt!e Hnrk where they vlsilod relfttU'rs dtjriug the Ku^tcr .wisoti. 1 Mr.-.. Hugh Moblcy rclunicil Men-! day from a visit with her parent:, \ In Littl.- Hook. Ark. Mr. and Mrr. K. P. Cullom l:a-.l j •s their gue;,ts during the Easter i ..... holidays. Mrs. Cullom's slslor. Mrs Mrs: Harry \y. Haines had Ihc ! S. 1^. Monroe and dauglitcr, Cnlh- Mid-WeeK }3iitlgo club for lunch-J erine of Nashville, Tenn. menibers, guests yeni- since (lie beginning of (lie Better Homes in America movement, It, has been announced. When the visitors go "louring" they will see In Ihesc new.nnd re- ir.odelol hoincf. such features as improvements of kl(chens. Ilir home [iroiiiuls and storages foi food. Comiuunily bcautiticalion projocli- will also be vicnvd. County Belter Homes piograins tbroiiRl'out i his year have emphasized Ihcsc and oilier such fmv lors nr, Inxiitlon, local, Klalr mid national government!! and rural j KCtlUOlS. . . wcro held in thr -Vwlft, Funeral chapel Wednesday aftcnioon. conduclcd by the Rci-. A. U. Slewart, pastor of llic First. Afclhodl.st clmrdi of liutcsvillc Ark. Mi's. .Sliavci 1 . who died Tuesday for services at the liibcrnacle. the weekend guest of Mr and Mrs n ' lcni °oii .-it her home in Uatesrlllc ~ Jicdel. ', lollowinj an illness of Mrs. Do.vlo HcndfiKon and Imrles L. Wyllc were In yesterday. Cecil Branson, wlio hns been' icncllii!; his spring vacation with hir, parents. Mr. and Mrs. U. s! ... ccvcral i weeks, war, born and reared in Os- ices were held in 'i' In llic ilny by HIC and family, will reluming. ,.L,:..Siiavcr v uml one di Io Cfreen Ga.stle. Incl..: Mrs. Conner Morelieiid of Uales- vlllc. and Hirer erniKlchlldrdi Mrs .Morclirad is the wife of the Rev Connor Moreiieud. presiding elder of tlic Batcsvillc Mellic;lisL Cotifer- BmnsOii, tomoiTQw _ ... wlierc he attends D: Pnuw University. Mrs. C. <!. .Hires, who Ini.s bi?cn 111 nl. her home from flu mut bron- •cliitis. is new atle to be up. but is 'cncc. ill confined.Io her homo. 11. K. Smith, at Wneauc-y. ;u- rlvcd Wedncsdiiy Io be. the paicsi, of bis daughter. Mrs. W. L,. Jioi-iicr,' and fninlly for .a fe\v days, Mi.s, G'. a. Stevens and Mrs. Gene Still spent .yesterday- in Memphis. aimon Joseph, who attends Texas A. iinj M. nt College fc'lnlioii. i<p™t his spring vacation in Denlsoii. Tex., as thc.RUest of a -n-hool friend. Mr. Jreeph wil] icuinin «( College Stution for Ihe summer session of rcliool. but will nrrlvf hern in ,'jc|)- Iclnbcr for a few ivceks visit Hitli his iiurcnts, Mr. and Mrs. S. ,la- scpli, before the fall semester begins. The Rev. J. u New-son), who is undergoing treiitiucnt nt llic Memphis Baptist, hospital, will have Io •remain there for some time yet l-'uneral se IJalesville enr R?v. Stewart ho is survived | JV her tsunal was in ihr •ten;. Tiiosc attendii from cut of lown Mrs. G. B. Iliirrisoii Wi|li«ni McMurrny. Retaining Wall Yields English Coin of 1772 AUBURN. Mass. i.UI')—Explor- ins a cavily in an overturned rc- tuiniiii; wall. Joscpli Porlcr discovered ;i sin-ill silver disc. It \v;w an English coin dated !Ti2. On one :-ide wns the likeness ct n man's haul, while Ilic oilier bore an emblem widi a crown, twc lions and t.wo cnr.llts. Ecl?cs of Ihr ciiiii were so worn it \vss JinpoMlble Io decipher the denomination. Hole] Open for lll.'i Years PONT1AC. Mich, i UP)—Hodges House, a century ugo called the finest liolM wrsi. of Buffalo," still Murray, aiirt Mr. and Mrs \Vals3ti Neiil, nil of Mcmpliis. : Ilio funeral Irl in Michigan (o rcinmn in con- .ere Mr. iind | tiimoiin service. Renamed severs Mr. and Mrs. | times. Hodges House, now the Mil- nrr. was born in Ihc depression of 1833. It was built by Hodges, a general store keeper. Ijouiln- A. n. Wctenhamp & C'o. Meniiiliis Tent ft Awning C'o. Call 187, 758 or ;130-W for I-\cc Estimates. Blyllievillc, Ark. \ voice, Todd Harrison: girl-,- voice. Miss Dolores I'salmonds: girl:;' rcndliip, Miw Delorc.s I'salmonds. In the girls' trio contest, llic city school will be represented by, Miss Mary Nclle Patterson, Miss- i of "'''»)' dredges and Geneva Graves and Miss Bonnie Jeaim? Buchanan. Tiic boys' quartette will be made up of .lolin Harp, Coleinnn -Stevens. Bob ller- tick and Tod;! Harrison. Accompanists for Hie musical competition;! will be: boys' voice, Miss Kalluyn Grear; nirls' voice' Miss Belly Eterdl; trio.. Miss Hue Rnmcy; boys' quartette, II. N. Hill; boys' Klee clnlj. L. T. Moore; girls' glee club, Miss Sue Rumoy. Mcmters of the girls' glee club are: Miw> Mareiirct. Jane Acton, Miss Jean Afflick. Miss K;ithleen Ashley. Miss Anita Pnye Beck, Miss Jean Bourland, Miss Uoimic Jciimie Buchanun, Miss Cliurchill Buck. Miss-Ktuinlc Mac Craig, Miss Winifred Crawford, Miss Betty Dugan. Miss Mary Frances Geiirip. Miss Tomniie Dean Matcher. Miss VireiJiin Hayncs. Miss Betty Jeanne Hill. Miw Mary Lynn Jackson. Miss Evelyn .Jordan, Miss I'lic Marie Koontz. Miss Gloria Martin. Miss L ;I - Felra Maye, ^!iss Murjaric Mays, Miss Glen Oln McLeod, Miss Amy Ruib Morris, Miss Mildred Muif. Miss Mary Ann Nabcrs. Mi;« Billie Nelson, Miss Mary Nell 1'attersoii, Miss Jcnnctla Seabaugli/i'. Miss Wynelte .Shepherd, J,fiss kviarian Tonuikins, Miss Vivian Dickers, Tvlis;; "Marjorie Warren. Miiv rut- rleia Wise. A-iiss Peggy \Vhitc. Members of the boys' glee club are: Ercyc Blackard, "jill Burton, William CliaiiibSin, Howard Fri&by. John Harp, Todd Harrison. Bob Hcrrick. Eugene Johnston, Robert Joutz. Ted Krulz, Hodgson Modin- Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Maiineo lOc & 26o Aitmisslon Niahl lOc & 36<s Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Last Times Today Church (Jcls Bail fPRINOriliLD, Mass, •llnrtpen "tad" coins, end slugs and an Alabama token, have teen dropped in collection plain nl Smith Cli since Scplemter. The rcllei-llo cluded coins from Canada. and Jamaica. One diw was i Alabama Tax Commission." lax, tl,r! mrli ! n in- Cuba ', Bulgarian Butrermilk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy Has Club-Party • Spring flowers were used in Ihc centers of tile small tables and around the house yesterday when I like Superior is the deepest (lie Great Lukes. FOWLER DRUG CO YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST ot: Main & 1st Phone Ml eon. Besides the -were Mrs.'C. A. Cunnineharn. Mrs Walker 11 Baker and Mrs. M, Isaacs. In tr.e bridge games which followed, Mrs. Baker received the gussl. priM for high score, atid -Mrs. Cecil ..Sliaiio, the club prize. Avignon, France, Host To World Wine Congress AVIGNON, Fran:a <uy>i - Ucle- gs«5 Jroin n eoiintvirr, lv ji| .ttteiul the Tj-.tc-rnatioiiEil Wine Conerew to .be l-.cld. July z.in Avkr.on i>t tli3 to'inni'.lg o! r. Uirtv-ij.iy , la . f.ional vine testival wiilch is ex- IKctcd to 1 attract many tourists to the trevcnc.il city :a well kno-*n lor its vineyards. President Albert Lc!>run will Attend the fer.tival and be guest of honor ot rv tompict, to be stap^d In the '(amous Palace of Ihe Pope;;. 'Anne Bokyn Ironed Out,' And Students Toll Why LEXINGTON, Ky. (t^P) — W. Cij'c C<~.liHS UiiHtrjlty of Kcn- (uck> MMMI Hluralion expert, tells the- 'ilcrj o( tlip school pupil nlio vrole In & coinpnuUon "Anno Bc- liirn N.-II ironrci on " Tlie coilds tcachci fniallv found ft book the pupil had been icad- fn;, She stut"ncc that" tnsplica the statci writ 'Hcnrj Vttl pressed his iWt ,iu.alr/st Aline poieyu." Read CVvllrltr News 'Want Ads, The Kev, u. w. Faulkner. \V. F . Wilson. Tom l.aney, John Enochs. A. antl I', r. Cullom vere guests ol the Lions club ol Blylhcville at n luncheon at l!ic Nolile lirtel Tuesday at noon. •- Pemiscct Singers To Gather At Vicksburg fpreiat rhigei-s arc i-xprcdxl to zpi>er*r mi tin 1 iirnjinun nl Ihe nil iJ[>y r.iiiglng convention tn be held Stinilny nt Vickslju: 1 ):, MI.I., whirh is two miles wej-l, ol Brnsgiitlo- :lo and two miles ;outh of ncev- in?. An Hivll.itUin .(o tlie public was tf:Un<ird today by R. E. L. !5mlth. 3f Stecle. piT5)rl(.-nl. of Ihr Pcml- &cot county r.ingin:-: convent ion. . At the Hospitals I., (Jiuil'.t. \v.ii li-» Ihr . . Blythcvilifc hospital last nighi in ;i Kelt aiiibtiluii"c tor an oprr.Uisn. 'i hfjiua. 1 ; H'jb^rs'jn, ui O::'Je<i!n. is .1 pitiful al (lis Mciuplils B;i|itl:il hospital. Martin t.^nt-2. of Huvti. has been admitted to the Memphis Baptist hospital. I Drs, Wert & Wert OPTOMETBISI8 Over Joe Isaacs' Blm'a -.*WE MAKE fM SEE" Phone 540 •''" T!, in and My. on o pail, Laty- "onei Flexible Shank Qxfoidi "ake lile's woll< E-A-S-YI They o>9 buill \t>\ comfort, and Io ex«- c'te and ilimulote your aichei when you walk. A new melnod tn >Ko« lion — -o new dhploy of waul itylei. .Illiiior S2.5I) l<> Senior II In Sf)i;iO wonicii by Miss Uciuiii- W PL.OVD A. WITIgS It's VOILES BATISTES NtiU'lA Nrlly Don Orc.s^cs ;ir<- r nirndfil h.v .Altw itoimic linmr rronoinisl utiil lio. Mirnrr Ici'dncr. wlio is vontliul- i»r Ilir 111 I-'"r \clly nl ,il lliv Matinees Sat, &, Sunday l sho\«—Box OfTieK Open 7:00 Shows .sl.-ut 7:J5 p.m. Friday - Saturday WOMAN'S KISS! From the turmoil an4 rasdnct; of the roaring Cold Bush comas i wroaacp! Brot Hirtc's ctir- stoy Hvs; a.iin! • mrlonn * serial "Klasli Oor- ilonV Trip in Mars 1 ' with ISuslcr (Jabbc. Continuous showing Sal- SATURDAY "Jadge Hardy's Children' Lewis St one, IMickcv }-. Cfcilia I'Hi'kiT iind I'"HV Holdcn. Krincinbrr Hip. bnjlis ami licdil- tlircts (bcj cave you in "You're- Only Vouiiii Once"? Tliis is their- newest mid runniest iirivciHurr. Cartoon *. • rri.il "Si-orel.s »r 'irc:i- -surc Islaiul." Continuous sliiming, Admission illudnee I0c, Admission Ni s h( I6r. i 1'ricts riiuiiRc .-it 5:00 2(ii- Sunday - Monday Sunday - Monday tyOMAN rictuiE Also l-'ox Movlclone News. & Comedy. • TuiLimuuiit NPWS sliorts Stlcclcj Admissiuii Sunday illallnec Night 16c & 36c Adm. Monday Matinee 10 C i Adiu. Monday . Nlglit ICe ,v

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