The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 13, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COUH1KE NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPtlMENTABl' TICKET This Ticket Will Admit Frank Lfndsey & Companion Lcachville, Ronle 3 —.» «*— BIT7,. THEATES —ta ft*— "TKIP TO PABIS" .FLAPPER FANNY C. \ t K. 1,M RCC-V. S, By Sylvia'I PAl. OfF. _4 Dance Given At Woman's Clubhouse Miss Eelma Hurdln enlcrlBlno!) with a dance at the Woman's clubhouse Wednesday night In honor of her brother, Tom Hardlu, who will be graduated from the Dell) high school this year. The guest were Mrs. Bralton, Mrs. Mrs. Cecil Graves. Mrs. list included the 15 members of tlie senior class and 20 other guests. ! Miss Hardin was assisted In re-j ceivins by Alfred Meredith, Mlsst Clementine Shepherd and the EM:- | for class sponsor, Mrs. J. D. Stone, j and Mr. Stone. The club house was decorated In the class colors, gold and purple. Music for the affair was furnished by the jiickleouian. Fruit punch, cakes and minis were served. « * 9 Officers Elected Officers of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Second Baptist, church \vere announced following a meeting of the group Wednesday afternoon nt Ihe church wren a program on "Japan, Fitly Years Ago" was presented. The president of the |}''OU:> Is Mrs. Brogclen. Other officers are: Mrs. B. P. Stone, first vice-president; Mrs. Thomas Bogan, second vice president; Mrs. P. H. Jernigan, third vice president; Mrs. L. A. Henry, tecretary; Mrs. L. T, Asher, treasurer; Mrs. Earl Wulker, personal service chairman; Mrs. Guy Bratton, ' social chairman; Mrs. Dwight Bentley, publicity chairman. Those who participated on the program •Bcntley, Bogan and three school girls, Miss Roiie Enochs, Miss Pauline 13rog- don, and Miss Mable Bracklu. Clab Has G'Jesis Mrs. F. L. Enjler, Mrs. O. D. Pollae'it, Mrs. T. W. Jeffries, and Mrs. J. P. lamlinsoii, of Nashville, Tcmi., who is the. housesjHi'st ot the Crattons. wen; the guests of Mrs. Roscoe Crafton when slie entertained ir.emixrs of the Thursday AttcrncoiY club at her home ycslcr- xiay. Vases of roses were arranged In •|Jie living room where bridge wus played. In Ihe games, the, club prize, costume jewelry, went to Mrs. Ed Williams and the guest prize, iavSs, went to Mrs. Englcr. Mrs. Tomtinson was presented perfume, following which the hostess served a salad plate. Entertains Club Spring flowers were used on the centerpiece of the dining lable yesterday when Mrs. R. P. Kirshner entertained members of the Thursday Luncheon club and one guest, Mrs. James H. Bell, at her home. In Ihe bridge games which followed luncheon, Mrs. Ross D. Bughes was high and Mrs. Everett B. Gee, second high. 0 * • * Has Club Parly Mrs. Joe O. Trieschmann played cards with members of the Thursday Contract club .yesterday when they were entertained by Mrs. o. o. Caudill at an afternoon party at her home which was decorated with bouquets of daisies, sweet peas, roses and forget me nots. Following thC; bridge games in •which Mrs. F. B. Jcyner was presented a clothes hamper for high score, the hostess served a s:\lad plate. Bits of News Mostly George W. Barlinm and W J! Slovnll attended lo business In Ultle nock yesterday, The ncv. N. V. Wood, of Martin Osceola Society — Personal Sfr. anil Mrs. Mason Hosts Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mason wcro hosts to four tables of the Luxora- Csccola-Blytheville Bridge Club In their home on Tuesday night, when Mrs. Sam Bowcn of Luxora was high scorer among the ladies. Jesse Brown ol Luxora won the men's prize. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickling were the only guests. Dorothy Perkins roses were used in decorations of the rooms. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938 Trim., Waller Wood and Mclvlii Word, of Rldgcley, Tcnn HIM Ru "' E « lri "8*«n Honored their sister, Mrs. W.'if. Barber, or' llie twenty-live seniors of thci Jlollnnd, arc Ihc guests of Mrs O^" 0 ' 3 H'S'i School were guests' Bnrljer's daughter, Mrs. Rulii "' "" oulcl °o' lireaktasl Iu (lie pa- i Cnuvfoid, having come here to be tio o( llle Jolin w - Edrlneton Home ivllli Ilielr brother, Harry Wood. V^leiiciay morning when Miss Mad- wlio recently underwent an em- c " llc E ' lcl1 Edrlnglon enlertiiineJ cigency operation at the Walls Hos-; in special compliment to her con- liitul. : sin. Ruth Edrineton, one of (he Mrs. E. P. Blomcyer spent ves-1 r °" r llonor graduates of the class. Unlay in Jonraboro with ')j e r I*™' 5 of variegated sweet peas, the daughter, Mrs. Sterling Wood, of cla£s n< >vfr, were used on the la- Walnut Ridge, who underwent an blcs - Tllc class colors ol pink and appendectomy at the Jonesboro lvhlto u ' crc also carried out in the hospital yesterday morning. She Bowers and other decorations. The was resting quite well when Mrs. honorec's table had a her clolh Blonreycr relumed last night. Tne vvitil n ' lottery bowl of sweet peas family will probably visit,'" l!le center. "What's the score, Big Chief?" c "Ugh, heap bad—no hits', no runs, no arrows." J. W. Adams, jr., nnu Mrs. J. E. Beaslcy at her liotnc yesterday. Lunch was served al small tables in the living roam iviiicli was dccsratcd with garden flowers. Small vases of the mixed flowers were used on tlie tables. In tlie games which followed, Mis. B. A. Lynch ivns lilgti and Mrs. Harry W. Halnrs, second high among the club members. The guest prize went (o Mrs. Adams. Has Luiiclieuii Mrs. c. S. Stevens cnlerlnined eight guests at tin Informal lunch- ton yesterday In honor of lint- -jaiijhler, Mr*. Eugene SUM. of Plymouth, N. C.. who luis been her hcuscgltcst for four weeks. The ::ily oul of lo\vn giirst w»s MIS. t'.- C. B. Youns, of Osceola. sislcr of Mi^s. Still. A mixed-'Ira ijn.nct was used in Ihc center'of 'the dining table nt uliicli Ihe two course luncheon was served. Fallowing lunch, the guests "visited" ivilh each other in (he llyliisf room which was decorated with colorful .auquots of spring flowers. Luxora Society — Personal Mi::. Fay McIIiiuc.v of I'ari; llijn score v.-as made by Mrs. Chiir.'ie ThcmKj, second high, Mi.' W. :.. • Wnllcn. Osce.rfa; third. Miss nob WIlU-iliis; lo.v. Mrs. .ln- lin OA'C^.S; '.raveling iirizo \v2:;[ lield by .Vi-.s. ,'. H. Hoi/k, Osctoln. and Wvs. Earl V.uckley of Bh'lhc- ville received cut prize. A Mtmlwir.h iib.'.e. ice rrcmr. aiid iiitlirldii.i) cnkc.s irerc wiivctl. entire Mrs. Wood Sunday. Mrs. Dick Potter returned Wednesday from Mount Vernon 111 where she visited her brother" Robert Toler. who Is employed there. Mr. Toler will arrive here cither tonietit or in the mornins to spend the weekend with Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Toler find family. Mrs. M. C. Cookc jr., of Osceola. returned home today after having been Ihc guest of her parents, Mr mid Mrs. E. F. Hloincyer, and family for three days. Mr. and Mrs. Ecldie B. David and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Potter attended the dog races in West Memphis Wednesday night. E. M. Holt attended to business in Memphis yesterday. Eugene Still, of Plymouth, N. .c., will arrive tomorrow to remain until the latter part of next week at vice president; Mcrlfnc Hall, secretary; Harold Slier, treasurer; froup captains arc Vera Hendrlx, Junior Best, and Louise Trussoll. , » * > Mary Allen Edringlon, Madeline Ellen Edrlngton, Mackie Smith Maiy Elizabeth Halloue, and Francis Con way drove to Memphis Wednesday to attend the Cotton Carnival. Airs. Herman Lipford of Earle, Arkansas is the house guest of her aunt, Mrs. G. T. Florida this week while her husband, the Rev. Her- ( man Lipforri Is In Richmond, Vir-> ginia, attending the Southern Bap- 1 list Convention. Mrs. Maggie Barbiers spent the day in Criiwfordsville yesterday as the (jucst of Mr. and Mrs. Ji^K Ray. Among, those In Memphis yesterday were Mrs. E. A. Tea ford t.nd her parents, Mr. and M'.s. J. w Mayhugh. Mr. and Mrs. Koy DHLud were in Memphis Tlnmxliiy to tee hi.,aunt. Mrs. Fannie Robinson who is quite ill Hits WCCK. riage to W, ,li. <J)ill> LaccJ in HI. Louis and they moved to Ciiruth- crsvlHc about 1900 when Mr. Lacey acffiilrcd ownership of the Democrat, the name o[ which he later changed to (lie Twice-A-Week Democrat, and which he owned and published until his death in February, 191Q. After his death, Mrs. Lacey continued publication of the newspaper until May of that same year when she disposed of hei' interests to O. W. Cliillon and Uic late J. S. Landon. Mrs. Lacey is survived by Miss Lucille Lacey, a step-daughter. In the southeastern portions olV tlie United State, Iron ore do- 1 posits commonly arc overgrown with cedar in much thicker growths than arc lound in non-iron bearing oil. Caiuthersville Society — Personal Mis. Vent NCII! rctnnicd Wednesday after a two weeks vacation spent in Hot SjirliiRK, Ark. ''. Mrs. D. K. Poster is spending this-week In SI.. Louis. Mo., as Uic (,'iiosl of her sister. Mrs. Oca. L. Doweling and family. Miss • Bcrnicc Chilton lett Thursday, for Cohiiubiii, Mo., where slie ivlll attend sessions of the 29th Anmm) Journalism Week, sponsored by the School of Journalism ol the University. Slip will return home Sunday ulglit or Monday. 0. C. Thcnins spent Wednesday in Memphis attending to business mutters. S. C. Slcplimi and daughter. Miss One of the largest parties of the Joy and small sou, Charles, imicl, spiing WMsor. was given at tlie drove lo Memphis Ihe first of Ihc KIISI.-C Jnn, ttly.-.-.'jville. Wcdncs-j week to lake (heir older son and day evening with Mines. Tod Eison, Jimmie Slack and Mis. Martha Poison as hostesses to U u- Cotton p | ny | |lg Carnival bles of bridge guests. Tiic.> tovvn guesls indudcd: Mrs. j.ouis George, Mrs. Donald Wcrti, >.'. II. Hock and Mrs. W. !,. Wc-.l- teis ami Mrs. M. c. Cnoke jr.. ,-,f CfccniJi; Mrs. Eail Fred Merman, MIS iVirs. Don Po:kins. Mrs. o. u. Wood jr.. Miss Mnxinc Halslead. Miss 1 Inrpircl Matthews of brother. Chester, with the olllcial Band. Misses Jo Jucia. Vestal Essary and Mrs. Violet JNoivnon drove to Memphis Wednesday to iillend Ihe Collon Carnival. Mrs. . Hjil|j|i Hutchison spent Buckley, Mrs. Thursday In Sleslc wilii friends nivts fti;cn. _ The black-brnwrd albalm.v; or the HilklniKl islands lays large as dinner plates. Present Costume Prcgiam On Japan A costume iirojram on Japan was presented Jjy Mrs. J. L. Neivsom at a meeting of the Business Women's Circle of the First Baptist churai in the intermodiate department last nljht. • Mrs. Oily Pratton and Mr:,. Dwiglit Eentl?y, dressed as i.iis- siDiiaries iu Japjn fifty years :!?,->; toltl of Ltie ccuntr,- in" olden d.iys' Iliis «ViS followe;)' !<y a of Japan today given ry Miss . Katherinc Bnrhrlw. ?>Siss Mabel' Brackin. ;\ii-,:i Paulim; . JUss Gera'.dinc. rbher. ML« Hazel Hiiris, and Miss na^ie Eiwshi. nil of whom were drfsjcd In the j.ip- ancse co^liimc of today. . As the fiml number of this pro- grjnu i;; cbscrvance of the 50l!i anniversary of the cxislcnt; o{ U'.c \Votnciv's Mi%5lraiory Unions. Mn;. Louise Ualc Honored Miss Louise Hale, whose wedding to Authur Leon Rogers is set for May 21, was the guest of honor at the bridge party given by Mrs. A. W. Bowcn and her sister, Mrs. Faber A. White, at the home of Mrs. Bowen on Thursday afternoon. Pink and white roses were used in carrying out. the note ol pink and white in the decorations and menu. Mrs. Ruth Hale Carlisle won high score award, with Mrs. C. B. Driver winning second. Consolation prize was cut by Mrs. L. D. Mnsscy, and low score made by Mrs. D. Fred Taylor, jr. The bride- elect was presented with a breakfast set. Tile bridal note \vn:; emphasized in the tallies, and the ice creiim molded in thane of wedding bell, Ilillles of the which lime Mrs. Stilt and son vl)llL 'y °" " le individual cakes. Mrs. who have been guests of Mrs, SlDl's ^"" """ parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens, mid family for four weeks, will accompany him home. Mrs Still and her sister, Mrs. L. C B Young, of Osccola, will meet Mr Still In Memphis. Mrs. Lniuar Rodgcrs and ifiss . Fay McHancy of Paragould, who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. James D. Driver, was the only out- of-town visitor. * * « Attend Convention Mr. and Mrs. Andrew. Florida left Tuesday for Richmond, Vir- Lenore Merman, of Horseshoe Lake, ginia, to attend the Southern'Bap- and Mrs. D. L. Gwallney, of Os-' list Convention. They were met in , ccola. were the guests of Mrs. Ert- Skinner Wednesday night, hav- come up for the Little Theater production. "A Pull House" which was presented at the city; audJ- tofiurh "that night. •• •"'-.."<•*• At the Hospitals f Memphis by Ihe Ucv. and Mrs. Eric. Wiley, who niii:!c the trip with them. Mrs. Wiley and Mrs. Florida arc sisters. The party will go; on to New York ami Washington -before, reluming home in about leu days. Sunbeam J'urty Mrs. Gilbert Mastijj entertained „ the twenty members of tlie Sun Walls hospital bcam Dan(t ° r Hie Baptist church with a Japanese Tea Party and Hubert Archer, of Stcclc, was dismissed from tbc yesterday. Mrs. L. T. Btirton, of Stcclc. mi- !^ os P ilal shower Tuesday afle'rnoon. Tomato News Graduates Plan Active Week At Caruthersville CARUTHERSVIIAE, Mo., May 13—Graduation exercises for the Caruthcrsvilte high school will begin Sunday evening, M, )y ]5, ivhi'ii the bru-caiaurcalc .sermon will be delivered at the high school audi- tcriiim at eight, o'clock, by the Rev. Wayne w. Gray, local" Presbyterian minister. Commencement exercises for the class will be held next Friday evening. May 20. Cthcr activities for (his week and next included a free program at the high school last night hy the high school music department, which comprised choral, instrumental and small ensemble groups, on Tuesday evening, next week, a joint musical recital will be gi\en by Miss Dorothy P?Uv and Dcyne Michie. who iverc recently awarded music scholarships to Central College. Fayetle. Mo. which awarded only cifjhl such scholarships in the" entire state Miss Felly plays the piano, and Mr. Michic is a baritone soloist. The Seniors plan the annual picnic for Thursday, May 13 the day before the close or school. There nrc 43 in the graduating class this year. 22 girls and 21 boys. Dcyne Michic is valedictorian and Miss Petty tied with Bobby Rhodes for second honors Floyd Staggs, of Sikeston, Mo., who has been visiting friends for the p:isl Iwo weeks, returned lo his home Sunday. Jerry Tillman, eighl months old .son of Mis. Clco Tillman, who has been ill of colitis, is much improved. Mrs. Clco Tillman and Iwo daughters, Marilyn and Opul. motored to Blytheville Saturday. Miss Eddie McKnight was hostess to a group of friends Saturday night when she entertained with a parly on her nth birthday. Mrs. Laura Palmer visited her Granddaughter, Mrs. Orril Picken, nt Dyess Colony over the weekend. Mr. niKi Mrs. Walter Palmer, ol lilythevillc, spent Sunday with relatives and friends. Mii-s Mildred Juanita Dingier and John nobert Walters were married at 8:00 o'clock Wednesday night. The Rev. Paul Bclew performed Hie ceremony. The wedding of Miss Opal Powers and Harry Hicks was solemnized at 7:00 o'clock Wednesday night by Justice of tlie peace Andy Harsh- mann. Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee 10c & 2Go Admission Night ICc & 3Go Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests ^ Last Times Today 'TEST PILOT' with Clark d'ahlc, Mynui l/)y and Siicnccr Tnicy. Also raramoiml NL-US Admission iVltitiiii-f IQr. Jt 2lie Adintaiim Ni;:bt Uii: ,t 'Me SATURDAY , , derwent an operation today at the Walls hospital. Court Clerk Remembers, Collects 5-Year-Old KALAMAZOO, Mich. (UP)—Because Fred Mills, clerk of municipal court, tiere, does not forget faces George Johnson, 28, paid a S7.50 speeding fine owed Ihc cilv for live years. Mills recognized Johnson en route to court to answer a reckless dritins charge. Johnson pleaded guilty to the new charge and was tine;! $25. Tomoirovf. 1 ' 1= IJo?lcui To Club , Mr?. Elton W. If'rby was ,to the M.ld Week cl«b arul three guests, Mir,. V. n-. • Babco:!;, MT» DINING^ DANCING Special 'Dinner's PLATE LUNCH SHORT ORDERS Private' liootlis w ~ Automatic Tu emWHCUNEO CQfWtOL PANtL The gifts of linen and handmade articles, with some cash will be sent lo (he State Baptist, Hospital in Lille Rock. Officers Klected New officers far the Junior an.1 Intermediate B. Y. P. U. for tlie last six months of this year were elected at Uieir meetings this week. Junior officers are Pauline Heath president; jean Lilc Baker, vice president; Shirley Mastin, secretary; Betty Sue Mastin, treasurer- group captains, Virginia Lee Dest, Shirley Maslin and Evelyn Flelcher. ' i Inlciincdialc officers arc Margaret Burton, president; Joyce Cox, Funeral Services Held For Mrs, Anna Lacey, 70 CAIWTHEIISVILLE, M o ., M ; , y 13. — Fimcrn! services were liclci 1-ero 'limrsclay afternoon at lour o'cloek. for Mrs. Anna Seaman Lacey. 70. from the Presbyieriim Church, the Rev. Wayne W Gray conducting the service. Interment was in Little Prairie Cemetery with j LaForgc in cliarge. Mrs. Lacey, long active in women's club work in Ibis city. Bass . eel away at her home at 3CO East Seventh Street. Tuesday afternoon May 10. Mrs. Lacey had been in ijj health lor the past year or so, mirt only recently suffered from a soro throat, Howcvci', death was attributed to heart trouble. , 0 «»' s ' Lilcoy "' as bom J!ll "ii'ry u, 8S8 in Ravenna, Ohio. She moved to Hickman. Ky.; at tho age of 16 and later lived in Kcnnctt and St Louis, Mo. She was united in mar- Dr< Edwin H. Barren SUIIUKON-CHIROI'OIMST. Little Rock Will be in diir Slcirc, Tiicrday, May 17. I'liciiK 139 fci .•i|',iioiii(incn{. Floyd A. White Shoes & Hosiery MDEIUXECADDEN5TE&MER "fnde <•! Ihr Air, MON. MAY THE EASTERN STAR V/il&cn Chiplcr 432 cordially incites you to its MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Lv. SJH Souci Landing., .9:00 pm Tiekels 7,">c us far (i jolly gonrf time! Featuring tho jMrssrssiPi-i SERENADEKS Sciial "Treasure .Islaiul" and Car- Icon. Continuous showing. Aitini: ,iuii till 5 p.m. ICe * illic Adn.ission aflcr 5 p.m. 16c <t 31u UIB "Japan LOOK-LOOK Prices Reduced SEE 'EM - DRIVE 'EM CWAitE THESE PRICES I'HICES MARKHl) ON \V1NI)HHI1CI,I) No. •!!)!)—;)2 Chcv. Coupe, new .s|)0i-| color |iaint Job. Special : £ ,S7.«o No. 101—'ijli I'ortl V-S Fonlor. A ilauily gaod car priced loo cheap '....§139.00 No. (i. r )7—'2!) Kord Korclin-. Jlisl (lie car v» iwre looking for "> 2J .75 N'o. fiiiS—'29 Chev. Korilor. This rar will siir|trisc you. Tires & Motor good ? 20.00 No. .182—'35 Void V-S Coupe. N ov ,-. Autumn Brown color. Ready to K" 5217,1)0 B "~' 1 ?' 1 . I '' on ' '''""loi'- New seal covcr.s. Alotwr rccondilioiied No. r.Gl—'31 Chev. Coach, This is ; , Master model romlilion ?1,M.OO A-l -'31 I)od K e '/j (on I'ick-tii). Completed re- rondidoncd. New pa j,,i S133.0U No. 360—'3(i Kurd '/, | on rirk-up. Color red. A dnn- cly farm lrucl< $266.00 A K{ - cn [ '..'.'.... '.$ .'JO.'oii JK'ITI'Mt r.SIOJ) CANS I'KICKl) UHJHT ILl.U'.S. t'UICKS GOOD UNTIL MAY M Walnut |>ho| , e 8IO ROY CAIA'IN, Mgi\ Used Car Depl. w ' 10 know tlie high quality and better value to be had in the double-tested — double-tclion K C Baking Powder. It produces delicioiu bakings of fine texture and large volume. Mifmhctnred t>y Baking P«w<ltr «pMimli<ti wtM n»k« notblnc »nt Bakln( P«w«er — nntfer rapcrTtriM »f Expert Chcmlit* •{ N.tlon.l Hc|mt«tiM. \lwmf* ami- form — <tpcad*feU. That imtarM Saocmful VYVlHCll Wl KG Women who want the best, demand the Economical and Efficient BAKING POWDER Same Price Today as 45 Years Ago 25 ounces for 2$c You con also buy 10 ounce can ior lOe is ouoc . can f or ISc FUtt PACK — NO SLACK FUUNO Hart ReeciT«d THE COOK'S BOOK You ctn RCI < c<vy of ihw b*Jtt!ifully iHaitritcd boaV • full of practical, tcitcd r«tpci that will plcne you> M*il the CFilificite from * cm of K C Biking Powder >n(ti}our name md tddmi «wJ your copywilltocal AttrtH JACUES MFC. CO., Oept. G.»., CHICAGO, ILUNOIS NAM B , 'ADD RESS MIL tIONJ OF POUNDS HAVE BEEN USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT fi Sunday - Monday four Men and a Prayer' with J.wctta Younj;, Hit-hard Greene, (Jeoi-ge ^ai'^leVs.,',Da- vid »ivul and (,'. AuJvray Smith. Vein- Men anil a Girl . , . lighting: loday's liioncliiif. unsirui worlil-hicnucc . . . braviiiff ij:irt-'fy gcv every mile of the way to'.llu;'^ very ends of the railh! Adventure' ns nmsu«K ;is (lip plcdfic j unites Ilirin. Novelty "l,;i Savclle" ParanmTnt N'civs— George Hall's ; Orchctlra musical slinrl. Continuous showing Sunday ildm. Sun. Hal. & i\'ighl Kic &: 3Gc Admission Mow. .Matincr Iffr i 2b'c Admission Men. Night Uic & Ztic f ROXY Admission always 10c A '^Gc Matlnrrs Sat & Sunday Niglil shows—Bo?t Office Open 7:00 p.m. Shows &iarl 7:15 p.m. Friday - Saturday 1 Ranch Ihioves run into a fwo-' gun two-fisted cowboy and gel riddan off Ida range). . . >: \ COIORADO HIIUIUIES ; \onJ HERMAN BRU ] • f A .—«^KI,,,, IM ,, ! \7^' r"*^"?'l 1 :"" l> 'o«t«ri ; .lisa r.irtonn &• wrinl "Hash (; or . don's Trip lo Mars." Cniitinuous ' onin' SalnnJay. Sunday - Monday i 'Flight into | iowtere' ) wifh J;ick Holt, Jacgticli,,/ Wells & Dick 1'nrccll, Also Kox \c, re & t'omc,( v

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