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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 21, 1938
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PAGE TWO (AIIK,) COVWEIl NEWS SATURDAY, MAt 21, COUKUJR NEWS COMrliaiENTAKV TICKET This Tfciet WiU AdiaU Br. L. ¥• Cooper ,t Couii>*»loa Cooler, sip. —to t&e— El'CZ THEATEB —(o see— "There's Alvyays. a Woman Social Calendar : MONDAY'S EVENTS Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union., first Baptist church, meet- iii» wllh Mrs. ShclbournC; Brewer t\t 2:30 o'clock; Circle TIVO, Mrs. Waller Bishop; Circle Three. Mrs. S. M. Hood; Circle 'Four, Mrs. H. II. Brooks; Circle Five, Mrs. Guy Woman's Missionary Hocic-ty, First Methodist church, mccling at church, 2:SO o'clock, TUESDAY'S EVENTS Maple Grove Cemetery association meeting with Mrs. C. B. Cri«gci' at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims having Tuesday Bridge club. Youuj Matrons' Bridge club 4 meeting \vi!h Mrs. Joe O. TrloEcU- innnn. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Banister entertaining Tuesday Supper club, 7:CO o'clock. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Jnmes H. Bell entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs, Charles L. Wylie having \VccUicsday Contract club. Delphian Fine Arts graiiy meal- ing at Hotel Noble at 9:30 a.m. lijtolhcrs nf junior-senior Parent Teacher association entertaining liigli school seniors with ten dance, Woman's club, 4 to 6 .o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J, A. Leech having Thursday. Luncheon club. Mrs. P. D: Joyncr having Thursday Contract cluk. Thursday Atlornoon club meeting with Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Friday Luncheon club meeting at home of Mrs, Edgar Cherry with Mrs. Boyce Moore as co- -hostcs:-. FLAPPER FANNY the best, cooks arc men. But don't Bits of News Mwtly "All right, smart .v _......._.. ask nic to eat any biscuits like father used to make.' I stead received bath powder Jor , necl with a pinno solo by Margaret high score prize. . Individual corsages of sweet peas .vcrc given lo each of the gucsUs • is she entered the Chibroom, which ,vas decorated In summer flowers. Fnrdcecey, :i vocrtl solo, "Mother vlacnrcc by Carolce Wood, accompanied ty ner mother. Helen An- lers discussed "What Home Eco- liiin.oh.con Club Meets. Mrs. George Shiralui was hostess to ten members of the Friday'' clul) at her home yesterday. Following the luncli which was served, at a, lace drnued table with a centerpiece of spring flowers, Uie. guests played cards and dominos. Mrs. L. J. Zeller and Mrs. C. D. Eaten were high scorers in the ilmnlno games during the ,-if- terncon and and Mis. J. card gnuies. Mrs. Edgar T. Handle, Cherry in the V two course lunch was served. hmlur A. lias Meeting'. Have Bridge tnnclwon, Eight, snes|£ were entertained fit a. bridge luncheon yesterday when Mrs, Chester Caldwcll was hostess. at a morning party at her home. In the bridge games which preceded the two. course lunch served (it small tables, Mrs. W. H. Minyard was h/gh and Mrs. W. J. Wimderlich, second liign. "Japan for Christ'' was the- sub- cct. cf Die projrnm presented ut i meeting cf (he Brooks Junior jivls' Auxiliary which met at the jirst Baptist. cluircl\ Tuesday afternoon when member!; ot the intermediate Girls' Auxiliary and heir counsellor, Mis.s Virginia lutfnian, wertf guests. 'flic devotional was rjiv^n hy Mary Louise Reeves and prayers vcrc offered by Mrs. M. T. Bun ,ncl Miss flttnmjm, following which hece numbers were presented: alk, "Jnpniucc Reunion,'' by Eli/.- abeth Small; 'talk "Japanese Foot! mil Dress," 'by Douhii Wundffr- ,lch;' soiig by Ann Dillnhmity; 1 alk, "Nnbiiko", by Belly Francos ,Vooflsoh; talk, "A Visit to Great Siiddhn", by Maxinc EVIUI.S. Sen- :ence prayers were given by ih 3irls. At the meeting next Tur-sduy vlrs. Burr. «:imsclior for tin ,ioup, will begin leaching MIC mis- ,lon study bcok, "Goini; lo Jc I'usalein." lomlcs Mean to Us." Despite Inclement weather, the members of the Baptist. Woman's Missionary society molorcd to the new country home of Mrs, W. L. Chirk, sr,, Tuesday afternoon for the uoyiil Service program. Alter reports were committees, he.ifd from Mrs. C. B. K. M. Moll attended to business In Little Rock yesterday. George Mulr Jr.. went to Fdltou Mo., today lo visit a sister of Mr. Mulr for a short time before going lo Omaha, Neb., where he Is to spend the summer wllh another aunl. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Peach, ot Dallas, Tex., spent yesterday allcr- iiooa and last night here as the guesls of Mr. and, Mrs. Fred, Rutherford. Mr. and Mrs. Peach were m route lo St. Louis. Mrs. J. Klelndicnsl, of Midland Park, N. J., with her son and Iwo daughters, nrc visiting ivlth her soi the Rev. H. J. Klieiulienst, and I family. • | Mr. and Mrs. H. Kueslcr. of Marlon, Ind., are the guests of her sister, Mrs, !•'. G. Rctchel, and family. Miss Jean and Jerry Kuester, who huve been vLsl.ting here for the past two mqnlhs, Vlll return with their parents next week. Mrs. E. M. McCool, of Cambridge, Aid., has arrived for a visit with Dr. F. A. Robinson and family, ehc was met In Memphis yesterday by her nephew, Jack Fiiiley Robinson. Miss Frances McHauoy 1 , who Is a sliutenl nl Arkansas Slale College .it Jcncsboro, arrived home yestej- day to spend the slimmer vacation \vith her parenUs, Mr, and Mrs. John C. Mcllaney, and family. Mr. Mcllancy and W. T. Barnett motored to Jonesboro for her. Mr. and ^frs. J. L. Spink, of Calliomi, Ga., who are en route lo Liltle Rock and Hot Springs, ii'ill arrive here toniglit to spend Ilic weekend with Mr. Spink's sto- tcr, Mrs. George M. limit, and family. John Bruce Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Wilson, who was Injured when .•struck on Ihc forehead by a swing at Walker Park TESIPI,E ISU.UL Herman rollack, linhbl 1:30 p. in.—Religious school classes will meet. :30 i>. m.—Services will be held. Religious school will present a program of music and recitation on Ihc occasion of commemorating a imtmc festival. Theme of Ihc a:rmon: "Will a Hero Save Us?" bvcryonc is cordially Invited to attend. placc lo Ihc Irue. Thus we may establish in (ruth the temple, or, body, "whose builder mid maker Is God." 1'agc 128. A Christlrui Science program is broadcast each Wednesday- at 11:15 a. in. over KLON. SAINT STUl'HKN'S CliUltCll C'. C. Kurkc, Kcclor The 1'lfth fjunday after Kastcr. Rotation Sunday, Holy Communion at 11:00 o'clock. "He is Risen, Alleluia." 1 Ul.l, GOSPEL CHURCH Cuiiicr uf Lilly anil Vine Streets • K. W, Crozirr, IKtslor .Special services wilt be held Sun- FIRST CHIJUtH OF THli NA/AHENI-; Kiintia 1). Bcailfy, I'astor S:'t!> a. in. Sunday school. Noble McCullar, ..superintendent. 11:00 «. in. Morning worship. Sermon subject, "The Purging of Uu- I'louii Lips." 7:15 p. m. N. y. P. a. '1:15 p. m. Evening service. Sermon subject, "The Lamb of God." 11KXI' METHODIST (JlHUiCH H. Lynn Wade, I'asloi' Sunday school at the usual hour, J:15 o'clock. The pastor and Ihc congregation will gladly unite In Ihe high school commencement service at Ihc city liall for the moming .service. A special Aldcrsgato Commemoration service will be given by the Voting People's Department Hun- clay night at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. L. L. Ihibener in charge. Special music by R. N. Hill. All our friends are cordially in- day Jci-t will be Revelation." at B:0fl o'clock. The sub•The Red Come and Horse of hear the . Club IfoWs Election of Officers. Kinkert Wetenkamp was ' elected to serve for the next, six months as president, of the Co- tillicn club at a meeting of -he group at the American Legion hut last night when the members also made plans for a dance to be giren Saturday night, June •!. Other semi-annual officers elected were: Mrs. Max Logan, vice- president; Hiley B. Jones, treasurer; Mrs. William Uswshc, secretary. The orchestra for the next dance, which will be the club's last formal affair for the season, lias not yet been decided. The group, will continue to have ssiwll occasional dancing parties throughout the summer. + * * Entertained af Dance Woc:l, leader of the program on "Jnpnii—Topic for Die Month", brought' a. devotional en "Secret Faults". Psalm 19:1, 2, 7-14, followed by prayer led by Mrs. L. p. I-lemming; Mrs. B. O. Wilkins air.l Ml 1 !,. 3. J. .Smilh, ilrcescd in cos- tunics ol filly years ago, gave a ccnversiUlon on "Jupsin Fitly Years ASO-": Hymn, "I Must Tell " Jesus"; Mrs. Charles E v n n s reviewed "Southern Banlist Beginnings In Japan'•; Mrs,, j. W. Smith told of the "Japan of Tomorrow 1 '; Hymn, "t Love to. Tell (he Story"; prayer ol thunksglving for nil past victories in Japan; a slory, "Golden Sheaf of Japan", «-ho Is Miss 1CI- .VOK.O bnlmose, u student in the W. M. U. training school, Louisville, Ky.. mid who represents Uie fourth generation ol Christian Japanese in her family, was told by Mrs. J. J. Alifniii. Mr. and Mrs. J. Day Graham, of Hip Icy, Tcnn.. and Harry Scott, yesterday, is resting well today. Maurice Kcichel 1ms arrived homo (lorn 'liiscaloosa, Ala., where he attends the University of Alabama. He will spend a lew weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Relchel, before returning-, to the University lor summer school. Will Attend Dedication f Dyess Methodist Church Several people from here nre iliihnlng to attend the dedication crvlces of the new Methodist church it Dyess Colony tomorrow allcr- loon at 3:00 o'clock when Ihe Rev. j. Woiiinck. of Marked 'Iree, will spcnk. HKST CHRISTIAN CHUllCH Main »l Si\th Cico. W. Patterson, tnhiislcr Bible School 3:30 a.m., W. O. GiMirin, KU[)crinlcndcnt. We arc asking the Bible School lo meet at tliis hour owing lo the baccalaureate service at the city audilorium. Baccalaureate scrvbe at the city amlitcrium for the High School sraduatcs. Our minister will deliver Die address, iisinr; a:; his theme "Facts in Ihe Window." ll):50 Youth Council iiiecliiig nt the church at 0:30 p.m. Woiship and preaching aiul communion 7:30 p.m. Sermon theme "I'rayer That Works." We most cordially invite the public. Strangeis in our ell,-- especially Invited. We'll try lo make you glad that you came our way exposure of Ihc Red's system into which they arc causing country lifler country lo fall into Blood v war! iuiday .school at 9:-15 o'clock. A class for all age:;, Morning worship [it ii:0o o'clock. Sermon subject, "«oc!y of Chrifct." Coiiununiun services. Sunday night at 7:06 o'clock there will IK I'. V. l>. A. services with MIL., c. Good'oon and MiS Austin as speakers. Wo cordially invite you to nil oil I-TIJST DAl'TLST CIH'KCH ; Waiimt anil Eighth Allrril Carpenter, pastor 0:30 a.m. Bible school. iMornmE Pleaching service dis- \iai«l tov bacculaurcatc service at l):5U o'clock. ti:30 p.m. Training Unions 7:3C p.m. Evening worship. An- hcm, "'lake Me, O My FjUier." ermon, "What Have You Forgot- en?", pastor. Baptismal service. All-Church Night, Wednesday 7:0!; p.m. Department meclings 7:31) p.m. Mid-week service 3:30 p.m. Choir Kcscarsal bring the mcaiec. Every member urged to be present. Wednesday. 7:30 o'clock, Midweek .iraycr services. We extend a cordial welcome to all tliat would like lo worship wilh Stcelc-Cooter Society—Personal Rev. Wade Will Speak At Dyess Exercises The Hcv. H.. Lynn Wade, pastor of the First Methodist church, will speak at the first graduation exercises ever to be held at Dycss Colony tomorrow nlglil at the Dyess high school auditorium. Jiis subject will be "Gales Inlo the New Jerusalem." Read Courier News Want Ads. TOO L-ATE TO CLASSIFY Luxora Society — Personal ol Wynne, visited with Mrs. William Thweatt Mr. and while Herman Spicer underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Baptist hospital. Memphis, Tues- Jay afternoon. l.ktle, son cf Walter Fermcnlcr. .vas taken to the Baptist hospital, Memphis, Wednesday mornluj lor in aprjertlcills operation. Mr. Mattock went to Memphis Tuesday to accept a position with the government for work on the Mississippi river. • • * A Mclher-Dauchter banquet was given in the Home Economics cot- vroen Wednesday attending lo business. Mr. and Mrs. Aiscel Montgomery and son, Travis, of Wilson, will spend the next ten days wilh Mrs. Montgomery's parents, Mr and Mr. 1 ",. J. M. Majors. C, W. Barb«r, of Vanduser. Mo.. Is a visitor in the home ol his son, C. W. Barber, for several lo attend the grandson. Leicy Barber, from the Luxcrn high schcol Thursday nijht. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Fiazier of Writ Memphis, visited Mrs l ; r»7.icr's mother. Mrs. Lallnl jf.ynch. Thursday evening and at- j icTulcd the gi'ajjimtion of lie [brother. H.ermnn Lynch. S. J. Smith, accompanied 1» In atlcnd- days, having come grad'Jf.tlon of his I'lLURlM LUTlllvllAN CHIUIUI H. J. Klcinilicnst, pastor Sunday s:hool and Bible clas 9 a.m. Morning worship 10. a.m. Scrmoi .epic, "Ascension Joy." Specia Wulther League inceling U:30. p.iv Evening worship 'i:'JO < p.m. . i] CDiiwicmorallon of Syuc^ral Youtl Sunday the pastor, '.vH^pcak t tiie -5011113 people . 'Driftiim". 'l.his service will also include (lie graduating address. I'IKST ASSEaiBIA" W GOO Mli'scs Muhle Alexander and nnbye Hrooks attended a parly in llayti Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. ~Aslon Wright, and apiuirnenl-. Mrs. Elmer Wright and son. Don- Hlorling Slore. aid, of Cooler, accompanied by Mr. an-.l Airs. Opie Shepherd of Hayll spent, the first, ol this week wllh relatives in points of Tennessee. Mr. and Mi's. C'arl Held of Oak Ridge were dinner guesls of Mr. and Mrs. II. L,. Casey Sunday. Nina Brooks has reliiriiocl after u visit with Mrs. Arthur Tiiylor and daughter at, Cottonwood. Mr. anj Mrs. J. II. Smith spent Sunday evening in lilylhcvlllc as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hornet' Smith and children. Touitnic I-'razler and Miss Virginia l/C'.vlcr were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Frazlor ot Blythe- vUle Sunday. Mrs. Rulph llutchiriTOn of Ca- luthersville visited Mrs. Jennie Weaver and Mrs. Leslcr Bailey of Phoenix, who are vacationing here Monday. Miss Bctte Ciemmuns IHIS gone to Knoxvillc. Tcnn., lo spend her vacation with her parents. Miss Ella Maslin h leaving this week for a short visit wilh rela- livts in SI. Louis. She will go from Ihcvc to WfliTcnsburg, Mo., to spent! her vacation. Miss Hazel Mnllins is visiting her parents In Doniphan. Rev. C. E. Hunt, pastor of the \V:intcd lo Iti-nt Two or three room furnished Ralph Mashburn, 21-pk-2G SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER 30c B;*kecl Yoiu;g Chicken, Celery Dfcssing Tender Green Beans wilh new Potatoes Creamed Carrots. Combination Salad Home Made Hot Kolls Coffee Tea Milk DICK'S CAFE 4 t- A, S. Mcrri.l, pastor 0:-10 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Mornlnc service. •1:30 p.m. Jail service. 5:30 p.m. Junior Christ Ab.issa- clor class. 0:30 p.m. Senior Christ Ambassador class. 7:-15 p.m. Evangelistic service. The public is cordially invited lo attend these services. At the Hospitals Mrs. L. K. Ashcr&Et was removed from the BljthevlUe hospital to lier homo yesterday in a Cobb am- oulancc. Miss Virginia l-arrell. of Luson. was admitted to the Walls hospital for treatment. Mrs. C. C, Lyons, of Armorel, was dismissed from the 'Blylheville hospital yesterday. Airs. Eric Ray underwent an operation al the Walls hospital this morning. Mrs. Alton Thomas underwent an operation at the Walls hospital lo- day. Mrs. F. A. Owen, of Dell, was removed to the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday In a Holt ambulance. Oscar King, of Cariitherovillc. is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. One pupil will be graduated from the day-school this year. Walthcr League Birthday Party Monday 7:30 p.m. The local society in-jcining- the more than '2300 other societies in observing the forty-fifth anniversary of the International vYallhcr League, the youth organization of the Lutheran Church. Visitors are always welcome. SECONll BAPTIST CHURCH I 1 . U. Jcruigan, paslor 9:15 a.m. Sunday .school. Toinmv Boeuu, superintendent. 11:01) a.m. Morning servici-. ti:45 p.m. B. T. U. Bill MorelanJ, director. 7:15 p.m. Evening sermon. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., mid week prayer. .Wednesday, 8:15 p.m., Choh •practice. •Thursday, '-T:ao'-' rJ.m.. 'Teachers mcctiilj. We still invite all people in this part ct town w;ho don't attend s low Ihc social activities ot the Fellows Forurn club of the city were concluded last night school v when ttiisscll Haynes Fan- entertained the group at a dancing party al the Woman's club. Approximately 15 members of' the dub and their guests attended the patlj for which music was provided by the ntctelodian. Aibs Effie Lcc Terrell assisted in the affair. * « * Has Aiternonn Party Larkspur and loses decorated the Jiomc of Mr*. Clwrlcs trigger jr Thursday iyhni she had the Thuralay Afternoon club. Besides tile members, gmbts were- Mrs Baker Wilson, Mis. Sheldon Hall, Mrs. Matt Monas'np.n, Mrs. Jos G. Trleschmann,, Mrs. Bernard Allen Mrs. C. O. Smith, jr.. Mrs. J. \V. Adams, jr., onil Mrs. Chester c.ild- well. Ill Ihc bridge games played during tha afternoon. Mrs. A. T. Cloar held high score among Uic eJub members and Mrs. Wlleon,- liljh icore araoiij the guests. Mrs. Cloar was presented bfjudcir lamps an-3 Mrs Wilson;'ice lea coaster;. A vnftlty was given to iiirc. K, G. KoUirocit. who cut Iho lucky card. FoIIov/ing lh(> eamrs, the iiostess served fi sftiail course. lagc Tuesday eveninj by the Home Mrs. Smilh. has bren Economics Club, "Koyal Order ofjaiicc this week in Memphis of Hcmemakere". Twelve mothers and j the meeting- cf southern oil mill five guests were present. The cues!.-,, superintendent:were sister; of the club members! M i 5S Virginia Fanar cnleied a whffie mothers were unable lo at- 'niytlicvtllc hospital Friday for a | fc\v rtayr, trcatinetH before going , , .,..,. losc5 (o Horncrsville, Mo., lo spend pail formed a U. Candle light shed. a i of (|le vacall ^ lml(hs \. lu< sell glow over the group. The pros-1 .„„.,.., Went, Era Stanfleld, was mistress ! of ceremonies, and gave the \vel- Clear Lake News Mrs. Waller Lunslord and daush- ter. Yvonne, visited another daueh- Lunsford in nidgley. tcr of Tenn, Mrs. over Iho weekend. :crne address, which preceded t,, the club sons. "My \Vila Irish Rose", with an luvccation by Mrs. J. J. Johnston. Impromptu speeches were made by Rayborn Stauflcld. Mr3. Payne, Billy Langston. Bculah Johnston, Mrs. R. C. Langston. and Eva .tluth A thice course dinner va-, served v,hlcli the piosram contln- Read courier News Want Ada. Luxora teachers who left Friday are. Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Slack, Gurdon. Ark.; Mrs. R. W. Nichols, Memphis; Miss Ruth Bui- loch, Cotler. Arl:. At the tip of a lion's (ail Is a smiill. horny spur. At one time. It was believed that Ihe animal "spurred" himself Into action with His appendaae. fiivcn MiK J(w"(!ra't3 fiitcrtainnl 12 of Jitf friends nt i hridgo huichcqu ^fveti at Ute Glcticoe Clubroom this moralng wheii Miss Elizabeth Mat- Beat the heat—dine in Air Conditioned Dining Room KG cool and comfortalOo while the temperature soars oulsiclc. Wo have the meal to suit your appetite—anylhinjr fvoin a sauil- to n complete meal. SUNDAY OINNI5.H!-', nOo \\\> HOTEL NOBLE B, L. Holms and son. Hcniy, and daughter. Irene, went lo Alabama Miss Margaret Diiher hnr, gone ROXY THEATER Added Attraction Sunday & Monday May 22 £ 23 j j Special News Reel showing i the people iiutl activities ot j Blylheville and Mississippi ! County. See yourself on the j screen. ! ['Ins feature picture lioosicr Schoolboy j with Mickey Fox News anrl Comedy Admission lOc ,t S!c & iYMn. will not hr- I'sil nlifK :il Ihc K«xy (hi. tn (I i,' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 70S \V. Main SOUL AND BODY is Ihe subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read iu all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, May 22. 1338. The Golden Text is "Why art thou cast down, O my soul? nnd why art thou disquieted within me? hope thou In God: for I shall yet praise him who is the health of my countenance, and my God." Psalms -12:11. Among the cilalions which comprise llic Lesson-Sermon is 'the following from the Bible: "Know ye not thai ye arc the lemplc of God. and that Ihe Spirit of Owl dwell- clh in you?" I Corinthians 3:15. The Lesson-Sermon ;vl;:o includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key lo tile Sciiptures." by Mary Bukt'r Eilrty: "To divest thought ol labe trusts and rntitcrial evidences in order I that the spiritual facts of being i may appear—this is the great at- we ;ive vices elsewhere to come to out Cooler Baptist church, is a patient m Ihe Memphis Baptist, hospital ivlicrc he is to undergo a major operation. n/l Everything for your cnter- (ainmcnt and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc & 26o Admission Night 16c & 3Sc A new ?.ir mail route was re-j ccnlly opened from Prince George to Gennanscn Landing in norlh- eni British Columbia, Canada. LAKE STREET METHODIST C11U1ICII 1'. JI. Sweet, pastor fl:-!5 a. in. Church school. 10:50 a. in. Baccalaureate service at city hall. 6:,'ffl p. in. Young People's meeting and Junior league. l.'io p. in. Preaching service 'l«?sday. 8:00 o'clock, special 4'dcrsgate service in observance of the heart warming of John Wesley I'll) years ago. The Rev. A. W. Harris and his Yarbro an:! Promised Land congregations will worship \vith 115 when Dr. E. \V. Potter, our presiding elder, wili Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests SIMPSON'S STATE LINE TAVERN Arkansas-Missouri State I,iinj Highway 01 Sunday, M;iy Z'l, 1938 1 Alrcchanl's I'late 45c Choice cf Meals: Baked Chicken Fried Chicken X: Cream Gravy Veal Steak Clioice of Vegetables: Creamed Potatoes ; : Freudi I'lieii Potatoes Englisli Peas Buttered Corn Choice of Palad: Sliced Tomatoes Sweet Relish Choice of Dessert: Home Matl.c Pics Ice Cream ROXY Admission always tflc &. 26c Malincts Sat. & Sunday Night shows—Box Offlcn Oiieii 7:00 p.m.. Shoivs start 7:)5 p.m. SATURDAY Run. luc talnmenl by means of which thall sweep away he false and DINING- DANCING Special Dinners I'LATE LUNCH SHOUT ORDERS Private Booths (jlettcoe Cj'till "My husband takes all Iris cliirts to Bl.YTHE- STEAM LAUNDRY, lie s'.-iy.s li o m e me!hod:-, just can't coin- liete wilh tliciv superior service." For Bcltcu Uunulry and Dry Cl J iTffl, We 326-327^ STEAM LAUNDM Last Times Today Gun Justice' em use- RITA OEKMEN RAY WH1TLEY «>CO.<AOIO PICTU1E Also cartoon & serial, "Treasure iLland." Continuous showing. •ju m- 11 r- i Ail.mlsslnn till 5:00 p.m. lOc i ?.6c With lira McCoy and Belt.Vj Admission after 5 p.m. 16c * Sir v Compson ^ ^. J .^.»^, J . —___ 1 Also cartoon i serial, lion's Trip ID Mars. iring Sadirday. Sunday - Monday Sunday - Monday ESftlJE MlCK£V FRANK SHIELDSfj tDWARO PAMIK • HIUIMl CulJlD.; ?:;«!,« I? MONOGRAM PICTURES j^^-u.1 mut-i 11 inni ••!>••«, ^^ mm ip^ »».»••• Also Fox N'eivs 4; Comedy, plus SI'KCIAI, NKWS KEIil, Shuwiii); |iro_'ilr of Bl} thcvillc Also I'.iramcunt News & Comedy Aflin. Sun. Mat. & Nljht 16c Ailrn. Mnnday Matinee 10 C Adiniwivn Mon. Night ICc 26c

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