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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 14, 1949
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FAGB TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 14,1949 Society, New* Belia Sklita, Society Editor / Phone 4461 Miss Meyer Is Engaged To Byron S. Bartholomew Mr. and Mrs. John Linden Meyer ol Alexandria, Va., today announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Jacqueline Ann Meyer to Byron Simpson Bartholomew .son of Mr. and Mrs, BjTon Bartholomew of Memphis and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Langdon of Blythevillc. The ceremony will be solemnized Saturday, June 4. at 3 p.m. In the United Stales Naval Academy Chapel In Annapolis, Md., where he will graduate on Friday as an ensign In the United States Navy. Miss Meyer will have her sister, Mils Joan Meyer of Alexandria as maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be his sister, Miss Ann Bartholomew of Memphis and his cousin. Miss Alma jane Le Compte of Alexandria. Charles Bartholomew of Memphis will s«rve his brother as best ™ Following the wedding, a reception will be held In the Virginia Informal Dinner Dance Given At Legion Hut Mr. and Mrs. I.,. O. Nash Mr. and Coming Events Social Calendar Mrs. W. C. Hlk'Bhisun and Dr. and Mrs. Fred Child were hosts and hostesses Thursday night when they entertained Club 'J8 members and gucsls with an inl mal dinner dnncc. The Inbles \.cre covered with white cloths with 1-w crystal bo\»ls filled with arrangements of spring flowers In pastel shudes being Jlnccd at Intervals down the cen* :cr of the tnbles. Guests who attended Included, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. J. Louts Cherry, Mr and Mrs. Hqrry Klrby Dr. nnd Mrs. Joe BcHslcy, Mrs. Cecil, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman. Mr. and Mrs Vanc-c Henderson. Miss May Dixon and Mr. Mc- Kcnzlc. Miss Madge Wright, daughter o Mr. and Mrs.... M. Wright of Cooler of Ihe George Mason Hotel wl ,i ^(.ome the bride o' Wllllnn In Alexandria. The couple will go to Bermuda on their wedding trip before re- i Iowa turning to Norlork. Va., to m»Xe p,, rl their home while he b stationed Francis Bnker, son of Mr. and Mrs w mi am L ee Baker of Davenport May il. in Davcn Pvt. James England will arrive loduy from El Paso, Tex., U) spend the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim England. He came especially for the wedding of his sister, Miss Ramon* England to Edgar Cain, Jr., which will be solemnized at the Culvary Baptist Church tomorrow at 4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Byrd and Mr. and Mr*. Don Haley will enMrtatn with I'M rehearul dinner lor members of the En»l»nd- Cain wedding party at their home. The wedding will b* tolemnized Sunday, May 15. Designers Aren't Making Hats U. S. Women Want Bj Bulb Uiliett NKA SUft Writer Washington, D.C. graduate of the MlSS Marie Wilson's iversity. Marriage Is Announced lumbia, Ark., Mny H—Of in- 1s the announcement Military Aca'demyTco-1 by Mrs. George Wilson of the mar' .nrt the US Naval rlage of her daughter, Mia Marie B ' ' Wilson to Edgar A. Unlley, son of Mrs Lola B. Dalley of Moorehead. .„„.„.._ . Miss., which was solemnized April all ol Mem- I 8 at Hernando, Miss. The Rev. Was- i"we"ich" Poster of Ely- son, pastor of the Heniando MeLli- "thpville who is his aunt, will at- otiwt Chnrcli. c orflclated. tend me graduation and wedding. The bride wore a white .suit will, tend me gruau.. _ _ | ^^ accessories and pinned an orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. Grain Is Hostess To Friday Club, Guest Mrs. Dick While wiis n guest yesterday at tile home of Mrs. Monroe Grain when she entertained the Friday Club. Bouquets of spring flowers. Including roses, peonies and Dutch iris, were arranged in the enter- InlnliiB rooms of the home. In the afternoon bridge Rnmes, high score wns won by Mrs. Farrls McCnlln with second high being won by Mrs, White. The hostess served refreshments of n dessert course. daughter. Bobble Jean and Emadel Swearenpen and Ann Hlndman went to Memphis today where they will nttend the Cotton Carnival. Miss June Buchanan, freshman at Central College In Little Rock, has been elected president of Phi Theta Kappa Sorority there for next year. She l& also social vice- president ol the Baptist Students Union. Miss Buchanan Is the daueht«r of Mrs. W. E. Buchanan of Blylhevllle. Mr. r.nd Mrs. C. A. Cunnlncham returned to their home from Wichita. Kans., where Mr. Cunningham attended a rent meeting. Mrs. Cunningham visited with her brother, W. I. Crrnshaw and family In Bar- tlcsvllle, Okla. They were gone week. Mrs. Rene Georce was dismissed: from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis where she underwent an operation there two weeks ago. Her condition Is Improved. Sl>e Is now at her home at 110 East Kentucky. The Rev. and Mrs. P. H. Belew and daughter, Carolyn, will go to Memphis tomorrow, where their daughter will be admitted to the Baptist Hospital and will undergo nn operation Monday morning. General Meeting of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church and birthday party, at the church at 2:30 p.m. OE.O. Club being entertained »t the home of Mrs. Bob Hopper, The Executive Board of the Woman's Council of the First Christ- Ian Church will meet with Mrs. W. D. Cobb at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. James Terry is devotional leader. The W.M.U. of the First Baptist Church will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. for a Royal Service Program. Hostesses are Mrs. Jack Hale, Mrs. E. L. Hale, Mrs, Victoria Gilbert, Mrs. Harry Prltzlus, Mrs. Joe Evans, Mrs. Don Haley and Mrs. Mel v In Halsell. The Y.W.A. of the First Baptist Church will meet at 7 p.m. at the home of Miss Catherine Graham. The First Baptist B.W.C. No. 8 will meet in the home of Mrs. Bertha Sykes at 7:45 p.m. The Vr.S.CS. of the First Methodist Church will meet In Circle Groups as follows: One, Mrs. Joe Ferguson; Two, Mrs. A. H. Toyd; J. H.' Elklns. Five. Mrs. George Pyles and Six. Mrs Elton Klrby. Tilled*; B.W.C. No. 4 of the Calvary Bap- After a lecture lour around the country a New York hat designer returned to New York and confided with bitter superiority to a reporter that he had discovered what the average woman wants when >he shops {or a hat. "All she wanU," said he, "1» a nice little hat that can »o to market, Ls appropriate for a morning funeral, dressy enough for lunch •nd dinner, Just right (or cocktails, yet not too fussy for Sunday morn- Ing communion." And then he showed exactly what he thought of the average woman's Idea of the hat she'd like to b« able to buy by adding, "I'm surprised women don't ask me to Install plumbing, loo." So Instead of learning something from the average woman, he'll probably go back to designing the kind of hats he wants to design, Instead of the kind of hats women would like to wear. The hat designers grow wild- store or millinery department »nd find a simple, easy-going hat that doesn't take a lot of living up to. I know because I've just been throueh the ordeal. I finally settled for a small hat that would do nicely—AFTER 1 vlpped off half a yard of veiling, a bow half the size of the hat—and replaced It with a bit of simple trimming. Now It can "go to market, go to church, go to dinner"—or anywhere else I want to go. It's nol a creation—It's * hat— which is what I wanted in the first place. And, according to the hp.t designer's report, "just, a hat is what women all over the country wish they could buy. So here's a klndl;- Up to the hat designers who dream Up thes« concoctions the average woman hasn't time to dress up or live up to. Give us what we want at a price that isn't utterly absurd or you may discover the American woman can Three From Htr* Attend Galloway College Reunion Three Blythevlllc women, Mrs. W. L Horner, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, and Mrs W L. Crafton, left for Searcy today, and will be there for a Galloway College Reunion Luncheon to be given in honor of J. M. Williams, who was president of the college when it disbanded several year* ago. *£ The luncheon will be conducted tomorrow at the Mayfalr Hotel in Searcy. The Galloway graduates will he accompanied to Searcy by Mrs. R. A. Poiter and daughter, who will visit relatives in Searcy. eyed when they talk about the d es | gn her own hats, growing tendency of American wo- j f y OU don't believe It, reniembei men to go bare-headed. tne beatuy salons never I nought But . It apparently never occurs women would be giving themselves , to them that If they'd design some permanent waves, either, simple, becoming hats that would' stay on the head and "go anywhere," women might not be taken with the bare-headed craze. Can't Find Appropriate Hat Actually it is almost impossible for a woman to walk Into a hat Luxora News Mrs Byron Bnrtholo- Ann Bartholomew nnd Promotion Picnic Planned For Sixth Grade Students Room mothers Ljlylhcville The only attendants were Mr. and , , I Mrs. Thomas Lucas of Memphis 11 slxth grades met with Miss Winnie Virfiil Turner. etemenlEtry supervisor, Frictny morning at Surtbury School lo plan Ihe sixth Rradc promolion and Miss Eunice Muskelly of Wll- Clear Lake. for children rom Central. Annual "Musical ^Tea" Given at Woman's Club Th..rmu.l''MuslctalTea".r^n-|.«». a(ed (rom I and Yarbro Schools. Tuesday, May ..^ji w*» +>i» TUvtnevlne woman &i ' . „ , _. , ,_ 1^1 I £*• , ',_,onc Oak, Num- _ ber Nine. PromtrcJ Lnnd, Sudbury B Wilson High School and _U , nst- was in charge o, S consisted of piano Moorehead where Ihey will make . the : guests at the picnic will » mocram consisted 01 pmuu .,.^,.v..^.— ••-- -- -- mvueu KUC-MA ai uie picnic win Uons by Mrs. Rouse Harp and their home, after returning from » be w . B . Nlc holson. superintendent Mulray Smart with Mrs. Harry wedding trip to the Gulf Coast. „, Blvt . nevnle Schools; Miss Rosa several violin abou t June 15. i - . Willie there, Mrs. Belew will un- demo a c'leck-up at the hospital. Mrs. U. S. Blankenship. and children. Charley Ruth nnd Koehler, nnd Miss Jean S->rber were in Memphis Ihis week. They went especially lo itttmrt the television auditions R t WMCT In which Chnrlev Ruth nartlciiinlccl in Ihe voice division. Miss Surlier Is her voice teacher. Mrs. G. 0. Sallba Sr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mead and children. Mnrlhfi Rose nnd Mary Msir- Piiret left lortny to spend the weekend In Olive Branch, Miss., us -ucsts of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Emricli tinrt children. Joe Edward and Anita Ann. Mrs Sicgberl Jiedel was admitted the Baptist Hospital in Memphis m-sdny where she will undergo nlincnt for several days. Arthur S. Harrison snrt Mnx Har- 011 iefl this afternoon for Mon- Hnrdy. supervisor of junior nnd seii- Icr high schoo, Omar Stevens, principal of junior hig.i school: J. P. Gnrrott, secretary of Y; Mrs. R - A - Bcrrymnn, music director for elementary schools; Mrs. E. E. Hnr- numbers. Vocil solos were presented by Mr«. Wortr^H^lder^Miss Joanne g ur p r j se p ar (y G| ven •nd Harry'Prltznis. The girl's trio m onor j n ,. Barbara Pruitt composed of Misses Treischman, ° Mary Margaret Auten and Vivian 1 vj»rbar* Pruitt was honored last din, principal of tange School; Mrs. Taylor Mmg «everal selecU»ri« »hd, night with a surprise birthday party i;. P. Pry. principal of Sudbury were accompanied by Mrs. Wilson wncn her mother. Mrs. Roy Pruitt School; Miss Sunshine Swift, prin- Benry at the piano. Numbers were e ,,t E italnert M of Barbara's friends, j clpal of Central School, presented by the boy's quartet, com- at tn( , fr home. 2308 Cnrolyn. Miss Minnie Poster principal of poMd fo R. C. Allen, Prentls Jern-| Tables were arranted on the lawn Yarbro School; Mr. J. T. Simp• _. „ ,-.,, ^.iii-tt sn[1 ^ ere decornted wUh vnsM O t son. principal of Clear I.nke; Mr spring flowers. During the evening, Marvin Hart, principal of Nunibe •arious party games and contests Nine; Mr. Dennis Mullen, prlncl- were played, after which the hon- pal of Promised Land; JO 1 . Shelby Jean, Jimmy Low* and Jack Elliott •with Jim Lancashire serving as accompanist. Miss Billy Oines Mann of Osceola, who 1« the Forrest City District winner of the Music Scholar- ahlp given by the Federation of Woman's Clubs, gave several piano numbers n-ith Miss Peggy Chiles, *-ho was the state winner In voice presenting her selections They will attend the Egyptian Music Camp together with Miss Jo Ann Trieschman, Miss Mary Jo Eaton and Harry Frltzius of Blytheville. The tea table, was covered with a lace cloth and centered with silver bowl filled with spring flowers in soft shades and flanked by white tapers In silver holders. Mrs. C. G. Redman and Mrs. Paul Pryor presided at the table. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Homer Wilson. Mrs. L. E. Baker, Mrs. W. T. Barnett, Mrs. J. A. Saliba, Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Mrs. Jesse M. White. Mrs. II. E. Bradley. Mrs. E. L. Hale and Mrs. Jodie Natxrs. oree was presented her gifts. McCook. principal of Oak Mrs Pruitt. was assisted In serv- [School; Mrs. Kathryn Wood, sixtl ing refreshments by Mrs. Talmage | Krade ^teacher at Lange; Mrs. Ul Stames and Mrs. Otis Cole. """ ""'" --•-••- —- J - • • • • Mrs. Freeman Entertains C. B. C. Club Members Mrs. O. C. Freeman was hostess yesterday when she entertained the CJ5.C. Club at her home at 405 Lilly. In the afternoon rook gnmes, Luncheon Club, Guest Meet wilh Mrs. Mc.Calla Mrs. F&rrls McCilla was hostess Thursday when she entertained the Thursday Luncheon Club together with one guest, Mrs. Bill Young, at her home, 1605 Wtst A'almit. .The two-course luncheon was served at the dining table which held a centerpiece of red roses In a China bowl. Other spring flower were used throughout the home. In the bridge gam< played at Ur the luncheon, high score wen high score was won by Mrs. Paul Byrum with Mrs. Ross Moore receiving second high and Mrs. Alvin Hardy Rooko. Attractive arrangements of roses, peonies and spring flowers were used to decorate the home. The hostess served r«Ireshm*nts of a lalad pint* with Iced drinks. Vliss Rowland Hostess To Bridge Club, Guest WILSON, Art., May •*—Miss Annie Ray Rowland was hostess to members of the Wilson Bridge Club Tuesday night when she entertained in the Merrell Room at the Wilson Tavern. In games played during Ihe eve ning high score was won by Mrs P. S. Reese, second high by Mis Lillian Wilson, low score by Mrs. J V. Robertson. Binso prize went to linn Pranks, sixth grndc teachc at Central; Mrs. D. C. McLenn. sixtl grade teacher nt Siidbtiry; Mis. Almn Peters, sixth oracle teachp at Sudbury; Mrs. Fred Wahl. slxt grade teacher-at Promised Lnnd Tile room mothers in charge refreshments nre Mrs. Hugh Whit sett, Mrs. R. L. Dcdmun. Mrs Byro Nail. Mrs. W. D Cobb, Mrs, Georg Shanks. Mrs. M. S. Edwnrd Irs. H. D. Jnckson. Mrs. Grann 'nrltoii. Mrs. W. O. Penny, Mr i. A. Jones. Mn>. T. I. 5eay. Mr Harold Sudtury. Mrs. Paul Jo nd Mrs. Roinnd Hownrd. There will be 251 sixth grnde.sti ents at the picnic which Is nnual affair. eiio when- they will spend the rkend with friends. ' Mrs T. H. Chapman and Mrs. ibrcy Boyd spent yesterday in tile Rock as guests of Mrs. Chapan's sister. Mrs. Elsie Phillips, icy went by plane with Ernest alsell, who attended^ to. business Condition of Mrs. Ed Rice, who nderwent an operation at Walls ospitnl ten days ago. Is slightly mproved. She is now able to have isltors and Is at her home at the etenuu Housing Quarters In Bly- icville. A. M. Van Winkle is undergoing eatment for several days at lythcvllle Hospital. His condition Improving. Explorers in the Yukon territo Canada, during 1935. discovered new mountain peaks more til 10,000 feet high. Mrs. Joe B. Gwyn. Miss Joan B ant wns a guest. Sundaes were served by the h less. list Church will meet with Mrs. Jack Vowell, 315 South First, at 7:30 p.m. The Maple Grove Cemetery Association will meet at the home ol Mrs. W. L. Walker, 426 East Cherry at The°AU)ha Alpha Chapter of Bet» Mrs. Allle Spann had as her vls- Siama Phi will meet at the home liters last weekend Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. Jack Owen at ». p.m. R. L. Cox, Jr., and Mrs. Gladys The American Legion Auxiliary Lee, and Bobo. MIsslslppl, and Mr wilt meet nt the Hut at 8 p.m. and Mrs. " " Mrs J F Montandon will enter- Memphis, tain the' I.a Petite Club at her Coach Tye Adams, athletic director of the Luxora schools, ia In La Nueve Club will be entertained Jonesboro this wekend attending at the home of Mrs. Hunter Sims the annual coaches' clinic at Ark, ansas State College. Mrs Murray Smart will be host- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Davidson and ess to the Tuesday Bridge Club. family, of Greenville, Mississippi, Trl Town BrldEe Club will meet wer« the visitors of Mrs. R. J. Gil- at the home of Mrs. James Terry, lespie last weekend. Mrs R B Stout will be hostess Luxora students attending out-of. Club EiKht town schools visiting their parents The First Baptist B.W.C. No. 7 last weekend included Pat Richard- mpft with Dr Edna Nies at son, Arkansas State College. Wade McHenry, St. Mary's. Memphis, and Wednesday Mamie Lou Permenter. Draughon's. Mrs James B Clark will enter- Memphis. tain 'the Tovn and Country Club. R. C. Langston. John Tliweatt Thursday I Hays Sullivan. Tom Callis. and Ver- Thr Gosnell WSC.S will meet non James, members of the Luxora ,\ Yy,. home of Mrs. J. C. Davis at Rotary Club, attended the Rotarj "on r,™ | District convention in Little Rock Wednesday and Thursday. 7:45 p.m. p.m. be Mrs. Richard Pritchard will hostess to the Thursday Rook Club Mr> John Clouse will entertain the Avalon Bunco Club. The Octette Club will met the home of Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Girl, 3, Rescued After at [45 Minutes in Well half price sale! Full Stock 12-Ft. Armstrong LINOLEUM By the Roll And in Sizes 12x12,12x15 * • • Armstrong « LINOLEUM RUGS • • • Hubbard & Son Furniture Phone 4109 Blytheville W.M.U. Meets For Regular Program The Armorel Women's Mtssionar; Union of the Baptist Church m« vestcrday at the home of Mrs jconard Smith with 18 present fo a regular program. The missionary study course wa ed by Mrs. C. E. Johnson of Bly thevlile luken from the boo! 'Handclasps of the America's' Prayers were offered by Mrs. W. O Autcn, Mrs. R. L. Atklsson and Mr Henry Berry. A pot luck lunch was sewed noon. At Hie Hosoital* • BlTthevlIIe HwpiUl Dismissed: Hershell Lee Scott. Cooler. Mo. E. L. Holder. Caruthersville, M Jesse Lnngley, city. Mrs. Louis Hubener nnd bnby. city. MA1.ONE, N.Y.. May H.-Wl— A three-year-old girl was rescued from drowning yesterday after 45 Bornm will bs host- I minute* in a 10-foot water well. 1 Linda Gratton tumbled into the well, containing four and a half feet of water, while at play with her brothers in a field near the Gretkm innn outside this northern New York village. Rescuers said the child apparent,-„„„- , ly grasped a pipe protruding from Club will meet at the [he side of the well and managed to keep her head above water for a time. She was pulled unconscious from the well by 15-year-old twins, Albert and Robert Branelle. With Robert holding his belt, Albert lowered himself, into the well, The L.E.W. Club will be enter- ined at the home of Mrs. Alvls| arris. Mrs. Edgar P. ss to the Thursday Contract Club Mrs. Harry W. Haines will entcr- aln the Mid-We"* Club. Friday Mrs. Alvin Hardy will entertain lie C.B.C. Club. Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker will jstess (o the Friday Contract Club. The Friday Club will meet at f~ home of Mrs. James c. Guard. * * * Civic 'Calendar be TUSSY CREAM DEODORANT big $1 jar 50* Monday Boar pm. Lion's ».m. American Tuesday Club uiuo. Albert administered artificial Hotel Noble—12:10 1 respiration until Malonc fire men arrived with a resuseitaLor. * M p ' m ' C,u b , Hotel P ' People who are worthless are not who is trying lo maHe the most of hte time and talents who is S»v« oo ihis dc* lightful to-use deodorant! It han- isJies perspiration odor,check* perspiration moisture, giTta longer lasting protection. Fragrant Tussy Deodorant I* gentle to skin and ctothtng. Slays crenmy smooth till ibe Uftt hit is K°ne! WOODS DRUG STORE Blytheville IllIM Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 fc |; LISTEN TO KLCN ' ', 8:08 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:SO p.m. ,nr» PTA Board of ExecU thes-' *fo«owedwHhp.T.A. target for the abuse and m«tlng 3:5) p.m. _^ nn «to^ ol je.l^ mmd.. Girl Scout Lone Troop — 8:00 p.m Thurrfay Rotary Club, Hotel Noble— 12:10 1 P Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors— 2:30 p.m. RENT A CAR Drive Anywhere Vou Please Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 Read rX'tirler News Want Ada to Mrs. Blan Heath with Mrs Wallace Hoke receiving second high. Phone 888 .STUDEBAKER. Phone 888 Now Is The Time! • See These Trucks • 1947 Studebaker H'z-Ton with good body. 1942 Dodge l'/ 2 -Ton with army body. Ideal for hauling hands. m 1939 Cherrolet I'/j-Ton, has new motor. A good low • priced trnck. > 194« Sttrfek»ker '/j-Ton ... in excellent condition _ throughout. •*•. s«c the 1949 Studebaker Trucks . . . noted for low * cost operatioH . . . available in all wheelbases and Chantlin Sales Co. wH rrtoMI; StoMwktT De.t*r" Phone 8RH TUDEBAKER- First Baptist Church REVIVAL SERVICES • "Christ Is the Answer' 7 • 75 C 75' Saturday Sunday School at Nlfht T p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:14 p.m. Decision Sunday Sunday School 3:44 a.m. Link Flan Attendance Goat Every Member Present DR. R. E. NAYI.OR, 1'asfor FRED BECKER Firtt Baptist Church, Columbia, S.C. Director of M»slc Preaching Service at Chapel Hill Minion, on Lilly St., 9:30 a.m. EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 10:65 «,m. (Broadcast on Station KLCN) .. Baptist Training Union 6:25 p.m. EVENING WORSHIP SKUVICR , 7:30 p.m. (Broadcast on Slalion KLCN) . . Delta Cafe SUNDAY DINNER Vegetable Soup Choice of One Meat Roast Leg of Vcnl with Natural gravy Roast Chicken with Dressing Breaded Pork Chops Combination Salad Choice of Two Vegetables Baked Potato in Jackets Buttered Asparagus Creamed Carrots &. Peas Okra & Tomatoes Coconut Custard Butter 75 Air Conditioned For Your Comfort So. Division St. Saturday Smoky Mountain Melody with Roy Acuff Serial "Bruce Gentry" No. 11 and Short Continuous Showing Saturdaj 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday & Monday JOHN LOVES REAGAN'CARSON'ARNOLD WAfflEMWfRtS _^£o,. Mr»| 1 . R .!fc±tir-i E 12iJ*.fi2 l';iramoui]t NPWS- .t Sclci-ted Shnrts Cont Shntring Sunda? 1:15-11:00 Bo\ OfMce Opens 6:45 • Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 j Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. 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