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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE COURIER NEWS Miss Buchanan Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Miss Mary Jo Buchanan, bfldc- elec't of Tech. Sergt. Ixiren Houg- lancl of Louisville, Ky., was guest of honor last night when Mrs. Ronald Geary and Miss Joyce Eoihers entertained with a miscellaneous sliowcv nt the' honic 6f Mrs. Geary's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ao- bolt on the Earfleld'Road. The holiday motif was emphasized in the decorations of the en- .lertalriihg rooms, with the Christmas (ree hiing with flhy cards marked with the name of each guest, and bearing instructions for the performance of some stunt ns part of the amusement planned for tho evening. Prizes, were awarded Miss Buchanan, Miss ,OHve Alexander aiid Miss Pearl Lee as "best performers". . . Gifts for the hohofce were placed tcriratli flic tree and were opened later In the evening. A dessert course wns served by the hostesses.' * * • Red Peppers Entertain The home of Miss Ti r ttv June Smith at 200 EasiKcntui/v '.v.vp-,. was the setting for t!y> !>,'• v;al "coke" party given tue^c.y afternoon by members of the R«d Pepper Club of Blylheville High School, when guests were alumni of the club, many of whom are home from college for the Christmns holidays. .The guests were greeted by Miss Hoscrhary child, president of the Red Peppers, and by Miss Smith. Tiny' sandwiches, riuts and cakes, together with Iced drinks were served throughout the afternoon to the 70 guests who .called. ' ' Club members plan 16 make- this ah annual Christmas event. * • * Miss Magers.Is Hostess Miss Irefie Magers enterUlneli 16 guests last night at her' home nt Dell, when Kesris BOS the Curd gnnVe" played.- High ! Score priie was won by Corp. John Zechmon, low" by Clerh Whistle Jr.. and traveling prize by Rryle Houston. A salad course was served at the conclusion of (he games. ifiss Jean Moore, Miss Noriih Simpson, itiss HeJ6n Whistle nrirl Miss Heleri Idgjjllt refhalned as Jfiss Makers 1 overnight guests at a slumber party. * * t Margaret Wade Is Bride Miss Margaret Wade of Keiser, became the bride of Roscoe Holt of Portagcvllle, Mo.,- Iri a man-Inge solemnized Saturday at the home of the Rev. Ira M. Bryce. pastor of Full Gospel TVibernncle, who officiated. Mr ; and Mrs.- Holt will make their home in Portageville where he is manager of the Ford Garage. At The Hospital? Blythtville Hospital Dismissed: .Mrs. James Slmiier arid babv, Wilson. . Wails Hospital Admitted:' William H. Jones, city. Jerry' Williamson, city. Virginia Robbins, Dell. Born to ilr. and Mrs. Leo Stevens, a son last night. Dismissed: Orrier Gestrlng, Holland, Mo. ' Vester Brooks, city. Miss Andy Johnson, Carutiiers- ville, ?,fo. Bits of News Mostly Personal Serve Buffet On New Year's Eve sorted Pvt. Jumps C. Vest lias returned olive: BY OAY.S'OH ,M,1IIJ>OX NEA KtalT Writer For New Year's Eve, have n well- seasoned incut loaf, cold, sliced, n boiled or baked ham, plenty of as- broad, some good tasty cups sugar, li cup shortening, 2 cgi;s, well beaten, 2 teaspoons vanilla. Combine raisins, rind, uplces nml writer in saucepan. Cover nnd cook gently for 8 minutes, Drain, pressing to Kcesler Field, Miss., utter spending Ills Christmas fnrloiip.li here with Ills mother, Mrs, ICdilli Vest Kohvyck and other relatives. Miss Anltn Grant, who Is employed nt Alabama Dryclock nnd Shipbuilding Company in Mobile, is visiting her mother, Mrs, Lllllo Grant, nnd her sister, Miss Elnoni Grant for the Christmas holktnvs. She plans to return to Mobile lute this week. Connie Hay will return next week to Mississippi Stale College. Rtm-k- vlllc, after spending' Hie holidays hero vrllli his parents. Mr. niiii Mrs. J. H. Litzelfelncr and son, Joe Martin Litzelfelncr 3! Columbia, Mo., arc visiting here as guests ot her mother, Mrs. S. P. Martin, and fnmlly. Orvllle Elklns Jr., .seaman 2-c In Hie Navy, has arrived to spend a flve-dny leave here with his par- .-eads In Kinnll bawls, peanuts, lout ns miicli liquid ns possible Mea- vcs. n fruit punch, coilue-anil sure liquid, ndd water or codec to lots of It. and u fruit cake on your buffet. When gtiosts arc Innujry they can help themselves. Unless there me lots of capable hands to help do the work, don't try hot dlslies or display recipes tlmt require bst-nilmitc fixing. The lio.strss should be able to stay right with the parly herself. Here's n fine rake Hint can Ire made'In the morning—It's festive nnd tastes like more. Halsln Fruit Cake Four cups sccdrd raisins, '.'. tablespoons prated lemon or orange rind, 1 tablespoon'cinnamon, 1 tablespoon allspice, 2'/i cups \va- tor, or water and strong colfco, 2".- make 1 It cii|)s, nnd reserve. Grind Sift (lour once, measure, add baking powder, salt, nnd sugar, and slfl together three times. Cream sliortenine very thoroughly, adci Hour mixture, eggs, vanllln, nnd reserved rnlsln liquid, stir until nil Hour Is dampened. Then bent vigorously 2 minutes'. Add raisin-mil mixture nnd mix well. Turn Into twc !Mx3-lnch loaf pans which lmv< been greased, lined with blown paper, nnd again greased. Sprinkh/ with chopped nut meats, if desired Hake In model-file oven (350 degrees F.) 1 hour and 15 minutes until dmic. Lei .stand 5 minute- cups nut meats, •! cups silted cuke on cake "rack;"remove' from-nap- flour, 5 teaspoons combination bnk- Icnvltw paper attached Cool- Wrai hit? powder. 2 teaspoons salt, I'.O.m clotli to stoic ' em lion which cut olf the entire of Luxorn, who Is with the Army nlT vr "mill Mrs o"'o""pll!lnV Jnprulcsc lel » An ">'. P'lvnte Hoad Infantry, h, 1S neon overseas In the nls Mi mid Mrs O. O. Elkins. nns n bro ,| ler ,,, c . G ,, 1(lv W ilson. Southwest Pacific for two and a He has just completed his baot - who , s ,„ Ulc A A , - f , , ,,,,„ Prior to enlciIng h° reassigned immediately thc UnUc( | st . lle . s . ( service in August, 1041 Scrgeanl Pvt, Charles Mo-arc will return to- Cor]) . H!U . O , ( , Wy(lt ' t _ SQn of Mv ' chctrol™CoTpany Ctl " V Loy Elc!l JTTv, 1 ." ?? '° K< ,? SllM ; i™,' 1 ' !>'«! Mrs. H. C. WyiUt of Clytlic- Mr. an t , Mrs. Frailer also have Bite, Miss nfl«r *.)ondlti<f Ills IS- vllle. now Is fiBhtlng In 13el B ium. another son In service Staff Seret day furlough here with his parents' nccor(1 | I)i; t( , ^formation received James H. Fi'nv.lo,- of iho Army Air Mr. and Mrs. Ross Moore and - his pam}ls . Farces, who J.n« been oven™* for '"• i >, ,',,>. Pvlp Lojr Afold, son-ln-lnw ot 14 months. Stationed for manv Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Lon 5 hart ns the Wyatts. who now Is in France, months in Ireland he h£v Is In their holiday guests their sons, Pvt. ls recuperating from a recent an- Frnnce. tomoblle nccident, In which Ire suf- i James Long of Camp Ffinnln. Texas p.nd Corp. Billy Lon« of Camp Hood, Texas. Private fxiiig was tic- comnanleci here by his wife, au c,mployec ot Blythevllle Army Air Field, who spent the previous month with him. Corjiornl Long' lias recently returned after three years service overseas. Mr, ^^ nnri Mrs. John Long and son | ting nnd fnt conservation course fnfantry ncBiment' Jrt o*M«npWslmvcre{m;nedhoinenr.jestnbllshcd at Scott Field, parent marked its 338th day In combat cr a holiday visit here with Mr. I rndio school of the Army Air Forces The regiment, n unit ai the lens's mother, Mrs. John Long «*.-•-••--- - - - . •• -• -• • • ...'.-" """•. ul J" e J nnd fnmlly. Mrs. G. W. nlilnhunty had ns her fcrccl n bad cut on his head. He! Harold A. Permehter, radio op 1 - c.t|>ecls to be back in active .service orator, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- soon - I "e y Permenter of Luxorn, has been ' * promoted to technician fifth rrnde Corp. Guy H. Dintton of 1107 • .. , " Vine St., Blythevllle, was n member Pfc. Herman C. Hoover Jr and of .the lllh class of soldiers to com- Pvt. Billy E, Ford, both of Blyllie- plete the new centralized meat cut- I vllle, are members of the ]35th W in'id Mrs. C. C. Lee of Dyersburg, Tenn. Mrs. C. E. Parks nhtl fnmlly lind as (heir Riirsts for the 1 holidays her son, Randolph Parks, seaman l-c in Hie Nnvy, now stationed in California, Pvt. nnri Mrs. Fred Oliver nnd • son of Keester Field. Blloxl, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. DavUl Parks nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy P.irks and children, Billy niid Juciy, all; of Memphis. Mrs. John L. Huchannn nnd her Training Command by the Air Division with ''Lieut, cieu. Mnrk W Quartermaster Headquarters AAP. Clark's piffli Army in Italy, has After graduation from (he course been in foreign service continuously at Scott Field, thc specially trained tor more than two and a ha'lf ycar£ rs return to their own I Algiers, Hill G09, the Voiturrio ke over the operation or and Rnpicb Rivers, Cassino, tho , , Anzio bcnchhcnd, Rome, Pisa nnd bases to t centralized cutltn™ units. , , Corporal Bratton is stationed nt (he Gothic: Line hnve been fought Berkstrom Field, Austin, Tcxns. | for nnd won by the men of the • • • 3-ltli In their nearly 1009 days over- Corp. Robert n. Wri';ht. husband scas - • of Mrs. Norn Lou Wrlqhl of Route ... 2, Blyllicviile, recently completed Working In a fully equipped arse- ' nn orlcntntlon course dcsistied repair sliop at n U. S. Army . . io bridge the (>ap between Irnlnlivj Ordnance depot in SoiUhern Eng!n Ihe Slates and combat solclicrinjf lrlll!i ' Cur l'- James E. Henley, so7i f ngnlnst the enemy In Germany. or . Mrs - Jesstl Province o( 127 East At an air scrvirr (••miniiiiH s<n- Vine ' Blythevllle, is n member of - Unughters, Miss Mnry Jo Bucbnnan' don somewhere in Europe, Corporal an '"'tillery repair section which nnd Miss Ann Buchanan, will leave , Wright. alllrmliM a vri", i i "-- "sseinblus; repairs and- testfires 'tit lomnrro-v nlnht for Ban»nr, Maine. ' lures given hy voternns of (he com- 1)is L '"" s wllich " r <: blasting a pat HOLD OI'FN no 7.- ;-:K Mr. nnd Mrs. H'i:.v_-ll liowcn entertained Clififitnri:', UKiniiti!; with "up<m lioii';e" fruin 11 to 12. The nttrnctivenewi o( tlio nrr.ven home was fiutln'i- cnlia'KTd will! nrtlstlc Yulcllde dccor;Uions. The friends calling v.'crc .wrved a varied assortment 'if siiiKKvifhr:;, cni!di"3, cukes, CKK-IKIK, tolfce, ton :u:-l salted nuts. Oin-n(-to«'ii KiK'.sts lnrliidcd Mrs. Miixine Smith Ci-iiw|-;>rd (it Wlilte- hor.'i'. Alaska, arid Afi 1 . and Afiti. U W. Walters of (>:r..t>Ut. I'AU'iV" \'I JIAl'TJST CHIIHCII. AddlTig to the io^ivf 1 parties of '.hi 1 Yulctldc sennnii was tl:.'! party tivcu by the li:iptl--:t Ti.iiniii!; Adult 'Inloii Tuc'Hday c vu nlr.n, v.-Uli Mrs. Charlie Edwards, Mi 1 -. 1', !•:. Tucker, Mrs. Vcrtion Mitflv:-!!, and MrS. -oni-i' Vk-t(u-y llnye. 1 ; :u. iiostesscs. 'Ihc rcL-realion ro-iui, vi!;i Its gar- ands of red and ['.vi 1 '::: 1< IH a fcs- -.Ivc i!tinus]]lu'H- lor tin; fun in toi'o for theism iUti'inlHi 1 ,;. ' Mrs. flays, pmiuylfadirr. led trip •roiip in a serin ot v.-i'll-plinmetl, jiill (if fun (tame.s. AliiT scrvijig a .salad H-fir-iainc'iil ilale, the cllmixx of Ci" cvi'nliiB's 'iiti'ri.-nnnHMJl V.-:K-: i!w pyr'.'^'JitaUnji if an old timi. 1 "i:'i..iiH'nur' lur Iho ie«- pastor and In-; vi'if. 1 , the Htv. mil Mrs. O. C. Hicks. •>IXNEK-TIII;ATKK I-AUTY J,Ihs nitsy Sillinan, home for the Christmas holidays from Mnrion "Jolleiic, Va.. v.'itli lid- iniiihci', Mrs. lli/,abcth Williiims f. ! ilinian, and her •ratidmothcr, Mrs. Ellinlt Williams, 'Oinpllmentcd seven <>f lir-r friends, 'liss Prances Livcrant. home from Ward Hclmnnt; r.iis i Mary Clay "Vnvon, Univprtily o!' A!ab''.ma: Miss Tilly Laii'rstdii, tJiir.-;'.r;i!y of Ar- '^nsas; Miss Ann Cl-'ire Wilklns. liss Frances Reid Usv.-o:!, and Miss ^iara LanL;slon, :U a. li o'cliicV: dinner Tuesday evcnlni: at lirr houip. The dinner was served to tho cucsts seatcd-at small t:\Mr;-. ;;':;:?(! in the living room, bri'iht with feasoiial decorations. Follir.viir; dinner. Miss Siliaian and lic-r I'lic"-'-; a'.lended n theater party at the "Lux." TlfUHSIMY, DECEA113KR 28, 1014 Weds Navy Man Women Strive To Be Pretty As A Picture / By RUTH MH.I.KTT 'I lie Flat Lady Is out of step with the times. She Ls threatening to take down and burn up a portrait of herself because it Is "tod pretty." That In n period when the pin-up girl is the symbol of feminine chn,rm. No living raid breathing girl in I the world is as gorgeous a creature as the pin-up poilrait, which is the achievement of » photog- injiher who can take a fairly pretty ehl the right kind ol cosmetics Including false eyelashes that swoop, a brief costume, fln,ltcrin» : lights, and turn .out n picture that boosts morale from France to Now [ Guinea. j And it Isn't just the models for piri-up portraits who tire demand- ling glamor from the camera these "IB B«ii"w uom me camera these Miss Mnrtlin Jane Stiles yeo-' f, a P = D e e ««sc of the keen compc- nan 3-c In'the WAVES,-became , " m P ln -"Ps. the sweet- lie brictc of Clifford Buntlhi; eal ,' ts nn<i wivc3 o! »» '"«' In .M 'I_A <» +i.~ xi«.,.. f.. _ :^,;,i^.-' service are askine for pinmnr ir\ n drop dead, "Too old," "too serious," "too matronly," "too grim," "iu<> fat,'' "too thin." But "too pretty"-.; never. There just Isn't n:iy such' picture in this pin-u;> a<v, Mrs Hcosevelt. Coming F.vei!ts F1U DAY G. N, B. Club mcetiiiR with Mrs. Norvel Humphrey. Mrs. W. C. Colston entertaining Inltinl Club. Mrs. n. A. Copeland entertaining C, B. C. Club, Regular high school ioimal dance will be given at American Legion Hut, 9 p.m. For .sharpening u scythe. Suc- ctssful Funning m:u;;(,'MH' says (.lie of the quickest and l:cn ways ;•; to use a cuDiiiion disk knll'e-hharpjiipi 1 , avnllable at any 10-ecnt store. It will keep the scythe razor sharp. ma the orittc 01 Clifford Bunting " ~ vl '•'^ "^-u n n.m. 3-c In the Navy, in n mlitfarv £c . rvlct , al ' e asking for glamor, too wedding solemnized Dec. 1 at the when thc ? vlslt n Photographer. They are posing in sweaters- and wedding solemnized Dec. T nt the chnpcl at Gulfpoii Training Center, ' Gulfporl, Miss. She'is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ixc Stiles of Yalta). flowers fn-;(lielr Mlf,'. and ,.. tliat cnpabte (liey are. rejecting make them look like ..„, home bodies in • fayp'r 'of-s'onic- llint doesn't look , but is the kind would Ret a ; k out of OWUSTSTAS imU!)AY ourSTS i,r,\v Mr. anil Vi I have had \|> i u ( in days then dun i i 1 Smith Crcu fo d i 1 Clai-cnce P. C i lea re Tiie d i 11 leave from V i i i Mf-aiphis Th i hovse for a ^ i ticco'.npnni tl ! fees, of Mcni| 1 i t! who lioii- 1 niL PlC Lhom l. on li't Kur 1 HC U. S. Army air forces dropped twice as many tons of Army ordnance bombs during the first six months of this year ns In the year following Penrl Harbor. tinaiion. They will be guests en- route of Mai, and Mrs, Johii Wil- n o hams, at Mlnnenpolls, Minn. From Mlowln g hls Edmonton, Alaskn, they will take. n AGE OK plane to Whitehorse. C'ini-ehce,-- Mte ..r-i ntnn , ' • ,i ,, from U. S. Naval Hospital nt Bellies- ' , M JK '"T. , ls up ," lllc ?lrls are da, Md., rccuperntlng from wounds ^'""S, P h o, to S™P^". Girls who received nt Saipan, will report to- ?° ,. <XV ° f '"' l ]°^J windblown day at Quantico, Va. ' avc a " l , If a iairs ls , °^ ot place Miss Nona Gay Hunt, of'Larcdo, ' '' ' i',? t0 f aP ;Al " 1 ." loll)crs » f Texas h th" hoiiWL'ucqt nf Fndrin l lcc kl<is .'urn.rup their noses at Weldon nicks Zi^rp^enfrlhe ^™.° ! , t> ™^ 'hat j look Rev. nnd Mrs. Q.-C. Hicks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Corkran spent Christmas bay in Memphis with their son, Fred Corkr'an, of Fort Knox, Ky., and Mrs. Corkran. They will return to Memphis New Year's eve to meet their youngest son, Corp. William "Bertt'' Corkran, on a three-day furlough from Cnuip F.iiinln, Texas. Mr. ami Mrs. Anccl Montgomery and son, Travis, arrived Christmas Eve to spend "Christmas days with Mrs. Montgomery's parents, Mr. aiid Mrs. J. M. Majors. . Chief Petty. Officer of the' U. S. Navy James Tcnnysori, late of Portland, Me., enroute to WillLimsbure, Va., and Mrs. Tennyson, who is making her home with her mother; nt Hot Springs during her husband's absence, will spend the week end with his sister, Mrs. Chnrlle Thomas nnd Mr. Thomas. any less alluriifg than n phold- 6r«|>h of a movie star. "It's, l.oo matronly" they tell the phologrhpti- cr who apparently Is never' too tnckless to sny, . "But you ARE a niafron, my dear. 1 ' And lit -this age ot "mnke it luscious" photography along roincs the First lady with a, complaint that a. portrait of herself is "too pretty." I'll bet that if a photographer ever heard {hat one he'd Appetizing! FLAVOR RICH MEATS Good es their iinaie" • Meetings Tnsre -Kill-be a Etited meeting of Chkiasayba ijodg'e No. 134, P. & A. iL tonight, 7:30 o'clock at the czn; it Tras announced today by H. P..' Affien, worshipful ir-aiter. Girl Scout News T-.r-.r.s • - : \\\ 2>'=mfc=f5 o' Girl E:'-- f.-! tee Lone Troc^ tetfs.. r« "nETe th£ir regiilir n\-.r.\';l, , i lure shore party Monday nijhi, R, -as .anmunced today by iroop officials. where Miss Mnry Jo Duclinnnn will fceconie the bride of Tech. Sergt. Loren Hoiij;lni] ( | of Louisville, Ky., now stationed In Bnngor. Cori>. and Mrs. w. B. Autcn returned yesterday to Dyersbnrg Forces Army Air Field, Dyersburg, Tenn, after spending the lioitdays here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and Mrs. W. C. Auten. Corporal Autcn will leave Dyersburg on Jnn. n f or Lincoln, inand which included instructions on chemical warfare defense and pertinent tins on staying iicalilvy in n combat zone. farmer to Berlin. tons of monthly— Lux - and public address systems—to Ar- niy an ( j Navy camps throughout etafr Ser R t. Howan, c. Pierce, M^^, tK^p^'^ son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pierce envelopes. 8.COOO ° ! the lly Hi station lD ' m j - ipcs, 8,000,000 chrTstmas seals/I Neb., for reassignment and Mrs.ieanla Ana Arniv Air Base Calif Amen will return here to make her " at the of 'gomcV'and' books' " " "°° and all kinds ! home with his mother. Keeping Up With The Men In Ser :vice nfler serving overseas with the 7th Air Force ns a mechanic. After entering the service In December, 19M. Sergeant Pierce went overseas in April. 1340, serving in the Asiatic Pacific Theater. Staff Scrgt. Grover L. Frnzier. son of Air. nnd Mrs. W. L. Fraxler AT FIRST' 5IOHOFA USE' Preparations as directed Pic. Elcy F. Hood, son of:Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wilson of Blytheville, has completed a year of duly overseas with the field nrtillery. Prior to entering the Army in March, 1042. Pri- i vale Hood fanned with his father. A veteran of the Hollandia op- ' Joe Waddy is in Port Arthur, Texas, where'he was called by the death of hk cousin, Charlie Cash. GET AFTER Wilti > Mtdlcll) Hit wllf Prcva ftiiif" i If you suffer from rheumatic pain I or muscular aches, buy C-2223 today ! for real pain-relieving help. COc, Sl.i Caution: Use only n.5 directed. First 1 bottle purchase price is refunded! if yon ore not satisfied. Get C-2223, SENtiMENTS EXPRESSED V<ITH FLOWERS, re rememt » re ° »l*ays , °* te e uaron ^«l lo help you with your floral needs Cur Cowers ur e M- plcMC 'Let our" expert ^FLOWER SHO • F.TJJ. SerrJoe KK Ili-dvec Anyvhtt* Ph. ttl Mn. f. M. ,M««| WHHan». owner Oltnrw . *• *.; ADD LIFE TO VOUR TIHES MODINGER-POETZ T!R! ; CO. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED LIFE STRIDE SHOES Put your two Cm forward in rulc-his- heart loveliness as Life Stride gives you these alivc-with-youth, alivfvwim-color wall last uorsay pumps. Immeasurably imart, they'll p.irc your feet to a beautiful slimncss ... keep you i step ahead of (he fashion parade. ,*W> hswUaijaltl lltr, frrtJcaff. 312 W. Main Phone 2342 SaveToday-on ihingsyou canmeNow/ roups of E'JiJ SSE Mojf:ed Down For Immediate A!! n-G this Foil and Winter .styles ..!",';' Ke™.c. ^ Shopworn or Damaged... The'se •'' Are [-;/oken Sizes We WantTo Clear To For Spring Styles. On? lot of 13 Dresses Thr.t Have Been Reduced to $5 Or,: lot of 15 Dresses i h<.••;• Have Been Reduced to $6 One let of 27 Dresses i hr; Have Been Reduced to $7 lot- of 28 Dresses ove Been Reduced to $8 FOR BEST SELECTION f^ew Cream Deodorant Safety Stop Perspir«^i@n 1. Does not kfHJtc iti:u lli'':^ tioc rordrcsscs or isicn's siiir.j. 2. Prevents uiulcr-icni o-!or. Helps stop jicrsjaririou s^k'lv. 4. No waiting to iJiy. Cui b^ used rigliT after Flir.'iiij;;. 5. Awarded A|'pi»\.:l ,S-,-.'! of American rnsnniE'.-tifT.!-.!r:Jcr- ing —liatnilcis to Libitc. l r sc AntJ rrnif] G * « *>I51 Jf* P F s 5 of DISTINCTION —It's Smart to Shop At— The Gif5 r-ho? Modem * .-Induae Ciifts MOSS DKYAN Continuoi?!; Shcv/s Every Day liox Office Oi;«ns 1 Mo Show SlaHs 2:00 I,1STI-.X TO KI.C7: 0:00 a.m. 12: t;j 11.111. J:r;o p.ni. Tluirsifay and Friday EDDIE B3Mh);N-i!.:.i':,/.i:iES .,.d WILLIAM i,< •-,-,. F,;i ^,, u .,,«^ dl .^i.JL. t NU) ,'...•• --.. jj.Ula , rnr:iinnunl Xcv;s ami Scleclcil Short Subjects Matinees Sal. & Sun Only Opens each niglit r, : .)- : sjarli 7 Opens Sunday 1:00: .starts 1:15 Continuous Shovrs S^it. ai^tl .Sun. Bargain Night livery \i. ; lu r.xi'cjil Salnrd.iy. No passes honnrctl on Sunilav at (be Iloxy. Thursday ;uu! Frislay My Heart o in f - »V' L.y >viti,3- with Jlartlm O'Driscoll Selected Short Subjects

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