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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 24, 1938
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PAGE TWO '(ARK.) COVtKIKIt TUESDAY, MAY 24, COURIER NEWS TICKET This Ticket \\'Ui Admit A. L. Gordon «• ' Coinjianlon eamlhersviilf, Mp. — \a IBc— BITZ THEATER — to sec— "Slight Case of Murder" Missouri Honor Students Social Calendar EVENTS • Mrs, Jama; H. Bell cntorlainiiif! Wednesday Bridge club., Mrs. diaries L-. Wylio havinj Wednesday Contract club. Delphian Fine Aria group meeting at Hotel Noble nl 8:30 a.m. Mothers of junior-srnfor Parent Teacher association entertaining high school seniors with let 1 dance, Woman's club, -\ to B o'clock. Chapter "D" of P. E. O. sisterhood meeting with Mrs. Marion Williams, 2.-;iO o'clock. Leidi<s' Bible Study of Church of Christ meeting "'it' 1 Mrs - B2 »nie CoOk. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Girl Scout Council sponsoring bingo party at Catholic Hall, 8:00 o'clock. ' Mrs. Russell Phillips entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Miss Sue Ramey and Miss Bonnie Jeanne Rucruinnn presenting graduate, vccitnis at First Mclliodlsl cmrrcli, 8:GO o'clock. Mrs. P. B. Joyner having Thursday- Contact club. Thursday .Afternoon club nicct- injj'rivl'h'Mrs. O. W. Cinrrignn. '','...• FRIDAY'S EVENTS .Staged meeting of O. E. S. al liaU, i'.'ii) o'clock. 'Friday Luncheon club meeting of Mostly Blytheville To Have Number Of Graduates Froiii Colleges A number of mylhey^lli 1 people Wilson School Valedictorian .several formerly lived hi'ie will be graduated from jiinlot 1 ami four year colleges and imi- (ihllies within the next two weeks tier which time they arc planning o assume their places In the pro- ctstpnal and business world. 'I'liey Miss Elizabeth McLean. Miss Mike Simon left Sunday for a two weeks lorn- of southern points. Miss ftosu Ixiii Cooke, of Mcm- lihls. was Ihe weekend (juest of her sister. Mrs. W. J. Wundcrllch, und family. MJss acidic Kinks went to tarksdnlc, Miss., Sun-Jay to visit or a few days. J. C. frills jr., will return to<luy froii ' at with Mis. hostels. Airs. Edgar Cherry Boyce Moore as co- Announces Wedding I'lans 1'iss Kfaiy . Cnice Hlli, daughter ct Dr. and Mrs, K. V. Hill, who will oil Sunday bocotne the bride of - William Wist I.- son of Mr. and Mrsi Slant Wyatl, of Joncsboro, tceiay. announced members cf tlic bridal party ami complete plans for the aff-iir. P^Mteftk^ISBlBm 9MHHHHHHM1 Miss Louise Hccklwm Pn.Mlf Rlichie Honor graduates of t>vo I'otniscal ccunl,y, Missouri, schools nro ] I.oui-e Beckham and Doync Michli;. Miss Bcckham, (laughter of and Mrs, A. ft. lIcclEhaui, is valedictorian of Cooler high school w young Miehlc, son of Mi. mid Mrs. ciuy E. Michic. is valedlclorini the Camtbcrsville KrnchmUng class. Holh were also active in sc activities. 1 i:tirknio:i following which Mrs. Bislrop conciii-'leti the business mcelhiEf. Prayers were ollcred l>y Mrs. w. .1. Rodgers and Mrs. Murray Smart. Ten members and one visitor of Circle Three met with Mrs. S. M. mv-;l when Mrs, E(. E. Blaylock read the devotional from the 55lh Psalm. Mrs, John Buchanan presided over the business period and Mrs. D. V. Mnloch, over Die HibJe stlicly. Mi's. Blaylock, Mrs, John Buchanan, and Mr';. J. T. lirackin let! hi prayer. Mrs. Ihecdore Lo-jan wf>5 in charge of the llililc study which was taushl to M members nud two visitors of Citric Four v.'hicli met tl-.oi;gliout the house. Mrs. Lloyd Stlckinoji, pi'og leader for the day, Introduced Mary Bain, who talked on European trip which olio look ing the past summer. Sl^lll Grnilcs Are Entertained The tour sixth grades of the schools have been entertained n the last, few clays, first, puppet show given Friday a neon by Miss Lnurn Cnm tenclicr in the junior high s< and lliis arternopn by their tc ers who cnlcrlaTncd Ihcni at kcr Park, ulf Military Academy, Giilf- way. after having attended Holly Springs Synodical college Holly Springs, Miss., and Arkansas State Teachers college, Jonesboro. She has been especially In- j lercslcd in music and presented her giadiialc recital in voice two weeks m;o. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 2al B. Harrison, and Mr. and Mrs. Ai- Icanne Harrison, Miss Frances Llt-|tliur Webb, of Osccola, will go to Ic, Don Smith. John Candill, Conway for the exercises. They will rands Adams, Byron Morse, Jim-! us accompanied home by Miss I ,,j(, Tiploii here, Jimmic; Harrison and her brother. Bill, who Thompson, of Memphis, Miss Mar-jah;o attends the school. Miss Har- Mt'Citll of fcjl, !x>iii.s, and Miss rison. u r ho prills to .t^ach .school, Janc Mis::. liofhlifiky of Columbus, Or. finilth plans to practice will spend the summer here with her parents. Miss Frances Little, daughter of with Mrs. H. H. Broo'.;:,. The business meeltiK \viia conducted by Mrs. Malt jMonaghan. Mrs. Brooks .Tne wcddmj will be solemnized | I K I j n prayer and the nicctlivg by the licv. H. Lynn Wade at n:00 c \ osc <\ -.viu, » unison dclivei'y o| oclcck Sunday morning at the J me lord's prayer. Thirst Mc-thociist church. ; ,, ,17*1 •• - • Mis. Arch Ltndjey was in The.bride will lis altcndcrl l;y; U f the business session conducted Mrs. Rudolph Morris as matron of al , v mating of circle Tfivc al Ihe hor.or, Miss Daisy Wyatt of Jones-1 lll;mr of Mrs . ;y. G. Maxwell with fcoro, sister of the. bridegroom, ns] Mr s . sly i os ns co-hostess. Mrs. Tom nfter- "Pctci- Pan" was the puppet show which was presented at the junior hteh auditorium. Junior high students m:i.1e and worked ths liuurcs apptarhu! In the show which the Hil sixth graders attended. . maid of, honor, and hey sJsler, Miss Betty Joan Itill. as junior maid of honor. fWinford AVyatl. will ntlehd his brother as bsst man. The ushers will be Wallace \Vhito of Joncs- borq, William C, Jowerr, of Kev,-- I>prt, an:l Elmo Wiatl of Joncaboro, atiplhcr bro.thpr of the bridegroom. TA'program of nuiitial music will be rendered by AIlss Kathryn W. Jacksan tausht (he fiiblc study to ("lie' .I'lvriipjjibers who were pves-- entr'PFiiyers'were offered by MCS. Jacksori, Mrs. Charles Newcomb ar-d ifrs. It. 1,. Copelanrt. * »• * ! finest Givus Garuihersville »X — Persppal :crt, Miss., lo spend the summer vllh lib parents, Mr. and Mrs'. J c Kilts. . • • • Mrs. J. W. Aslrims is visaing datives in Memphis for scvcra 1 vceks. Miss Dorothy Tmikersley arrived Sundiiy night from Jonesboro Vherc she is a student at Arkansas Elate Collcse, to spend the sumrhci with' Iier parents, Mr. and Mrs S. J. Taukcrsley. Miss Cnrolyn Dimavaiil nnd Mis. Helen Hurt, o( Memphis, spent the weekend as guesls of' Miss Duna- Viinl's sister. Mrs. John Miles Miller, nnd Mr. Miller. Mrs. J. B. O'Shea and son, John Edward, who have been ylslliiig Mrs. O'Sliea's parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Edwards, have rptnrned lo their home in Tallulah, La. : ' .'. Mrs. Lou Echols, Mrs. A. E. Hunlley, and grandson, Jack, of Memphis, spent Ihe weekend here as guests of Mrs. H. R, Brandon and family. ' Dan McLean, who attended Arkansas State. College ai Jonesboro, for the past year, has arrived home lo spend the summer vacation \vith his parents, Dr. and Mrs. I"). 'C. Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, who Is a. student at Soulhwcslcrn 'at Memphis,' spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. p. .'G .-lubtard. She' was accompanied iictne by a schoolmate, Miss Ha Joy Lcnti, of Memphis;Mr. and Mrs. Andrew- Connolly and Miss Louise Simon spent Sunday in Jonesboro nnd McRne, Ark., where Miss Simon visited Mrs. Bill Bean, who \vaK formerly Miss Jeai Mick of this city. ' ' '••.'„' Mrs. W. R. Brown, of Lufkai Tex., arrived yesterday for an ex-' i»ndcd visit with her daughter,Mrs. J. r. Friend, and family. Bill Crowe, who lias studied at eoulhcast Missouri State Teachers ;lenlistry here after he receives his ( Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little, will be :lct'i'pe from the denial .school ol ' graduated June 1 from Christian St. Louis University on June 1. For College at Columbia, Mo. Miss two years,' he attended the l)ni- Little, who has consistently made vrrjiity of Alabama vyhcre he was the dean's honor roll (hiring her 11 fill la ted with the Sigma Alpha two years there, lias served as an Kpsilon social fraternity. His par-' clliccr of the Home Economics club fills, Dr. and Mrs. !•'. D. Smith. nill gp to St. Louis for their son's i;i initiation. an:l n member of the pep sqiiad. superintendent of intermediates; Mrs. M. T. Burr, junior 2; Mrs, Chas. Baegctt. junior l; Mrs. Jake Huffman, primary department; Mrs. JeMie Heeiler, beginners. Courses in Bible for young people and adults will be offered. The school opens Monday morning, and will continue through June 10th, The dally sessions'are from g:30 o'clock to 11 o'clock. The school readies apes from four years up. E. W. Wntspn Graduate Oi Keiser High School In n recent list of graduates of Keiser high school as published in the Courier News the name of E. \v. Watson, a member ol the Ci'iidi/atiiijj rlnss. was inndrertcntly omitted. The Courier News Is glad to make this correction. Upon graduation, she will be cm- ployed in the oltife of the Tom Mr. Caudill, who will receive liisj Little Chevrolet Company. Her sis- Inw degree June G from the Uni-1 ler, Miss Virginia Little, who was versity of Oklahoma, Normnn, was a student at the college during lire a .slmii'Jil nt Hie Universllv of Mi.s-1 first semester of tills, will i i\l,,!.._ Ol,. , |j' ,s;;uii, Columbia, for four'years. He probably leave Saturday nisht forl^LitlvC 1. Ulllb I 1 Of Miss Mary Howard Suit, of Bas- fctt, Is valedictorian of the Wil spn high school gradiiatinu claw. Mrs. J. ». .Kirljy, of ParngQiild, liiblo study taken from issued, but a General invitation has been extended to, friend's, • .' ''-*'* = ' JTaye _Circ!c Mccluyjs Tlie five circles of the Woinan's Missionary Union of Ihe Pirsl Bap- ttt'churoh mel yesterday afternjon for Bible and .mission, studies. Fol. \a\\mv the study periods, iiie twst- eSsc's served refrcsVimcnts. •Circle- One met at the home ol Mrs. Shelbournc Brewer with 10 members present. Devotional was led by Mrs. H. w. Wootcn and prayers vvere offered by Jlrs. E. W. Simmons and Mrs. T. R. Shepherd. •Mrs. "Leslie Moore had charge of the business session and. Mrs. Jvfa- rion Williams of the study session. . -Mrs. W. J. Wimrierlich Jed Die devotioiul trom the 12th chapter ol Proverbs at a • meeting of 12 members of Circle Two nt the home ' ol Mrs. V.'illc: 1 Bishop. The mi study was iaught by Mrs. Lloyd jy is the guest of her sons, Ellon W. Kirby and Harry Kirby. Following the study, it was reported that $54 was made on the May Day brenkftict which \\ en Wednesday at the home ot Mrs. U. S. Branson. Have Lniiclicon Mcctinj Mrs. W. D. McClurkin and Mr W. Adams, jr.. were hostesses to tho members ot Chapter "N" of Hi? P. E. O. sisterhood at a luncheon mening at (lie home of Mrs. Mt> Chnktn Saturday. This was Ihc last meetini: of the group before became a member ol the Rela Pi social fraternity there Columbia to attend the graduation | exercises. a member of two honorary] Miss Margaret McCall, daughter aw fraternities, ("hi Delta Phi and [of Dr. niul Mrs. W. S. McCall, joll, al Oklahoma University, ills jarents. Mr. and Mrs. O. Ci. Call- ill, and son, Gatrard. will i;o to Noi'inaii for his graduation. He will formerly of here and now of 61. Louis, was graduated today irom Culver Stockton College, Canlon, Mo., where she Is a "member of the cmain at Norman until the last Chi Omega soc(ai sorority, of June when he will laky his bar! The University of Missouri will examination. Then he plans tojI'Cstow a degree upon another come here for a visit with his fain-1 former Blylhcvillc girl, Miss Jane lly. before beginning a lice In some cily not yet decided upon. Tlie decree of Business nnd I'tilj- prac- Kcchtilzky, (laughter of Mr. and Administration given June 0 to Byron Morse, who is n student at the University of Arkansas, Faycttcville. A member of the University's golf (cam for loin- years, Mr. Morse also served as president of his fraternity. Sigma Alpha Epsilou, during the first semester of this year and recently received his commission as .second O, T. C. he lieutenant in the R. mill.. After graduation, return home his parents, Byron Morse, for Mr. visit and with Mrs. Otto Kochtllaky. of Columbus. Miss. Miss Koclitif/ky attended Mississippi State College for'Wo- men, Cjohunbus, for two years before going to the University. A member of the Kappa Alpha Thela social sorority whose principal''in- terest has teen i» the study of physical education, she plans to iciicii. James Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. j. L. Thompson of Memphis, will be graduated next month from the'school of dentistry of the University of Tennessee at Memphis. His brothers, J. L Thompson, jr., and Hugh Nelsoj Thompson und (heir families'wil college Cape Girardeau, Mo., tlonicycis Hpsfs (o Club Mr. and Mrs; ]•'. II. Blomeycr were icsls to tl)elr fciir table ipok Ohio aalmday evening at'their home on SVest Seventh Mrccl. A delicious pot-luck supper was served, Mr. anil Airs. J.'n. Uollon'of Okcmah. Or.l.i., were guests. Aflcr dinner the guests plujred several progressions of rook nnd at the conclusion of the games, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L-. Canlicil held liijh score. Low score went lo Mrs. n. 13. I'inton nnd Dr. c;. c. Bishop, A gifl was also presented to the (.ut-of-luwn guests. 1'iiiliiy Contract Club Entertained Mrs. .1. W.'tiplon was hostess lo the rririay Contract Chib nnd nmut;?r ot gursts at the home ol IUT daipjilcr. Mrs. Edward Jumcs en i'ontli Ward Avenue. l-rltlay yf- li-inocn. liish club priy.c went t-j adjournment for nonlbs. Attraclire placi- rarris willi no names, on them and only an oiil- nE ciiaructeristic of'each per- his year, returned home lasl night o' spen'd( (he summer months vfitli his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. jrpwo. Mrs. Lo.iiisc Stracbc and her lOliscguesl, Mrs. Al'vn" Dciil}am, ol Springfield, who arrived Saturday night for a Visit, arc spending today in Memphis. The Rev. Frank G. Smith. D. D. who has been yisiling ins daugli- .cr, Mrs. R. P. Kirsbner, and fam- ,ly. left Sunday for different points Kansas where he will deliver commencement addresses before returning lo his home i|i Omaha, Neb. S. Jicclel spent the weekend in Rock where lie attended boa.r(i meeting oi Jeiylsh •the Arkansas Mi-, Mrs. Riukert Wctcn- MIT.. Glenn Vanilivorl. wall yasc. Mrs. l/onald Magce re reived tiie guest prize, a ghiss bowl in » white mrlal holder, nnd Mis. W. N. Fisher received perfume for consolation, drawn on llicin were made' fur tha party by Marvin Nunn. jr. p ail . | Mrs. Jce Wyatl and son,, ic.-. tijjcr lilies aim roses were used ''clm'iicd Sunday fiotn Camjil'cll. , . kcnil), Miss Cecllc Initon of Memphis. Miss Virginia Cromcr and Wiss Clcinenline Bowcn, both ol Osccola, M\ss Jenny Wren nilla- himly, Doii PcUll, Van Blliolt Frank Bell and Karris McCalln spent Ihe weekend in Hardy. Bar- ii'ey Crook. Connio Modinger and L. G. 'rho\npson motored over Sunday, lo spend the dny with the parly. Upon returning here, "Tvliss Uiton slopped off to spend Sunday and Monday with Dilla- liunly before returning home. Aiuoiie Blytheville people who al- (rnded Ihe boat dance at Osce- to c ll . as n °t' }'el decided where lie \vill practice. — 'PRESCRiPTiONS son, Bill, and Mrs. Morse's mother, f° tp Memphis for his graduation Mr;-. T. J. Malinn, arc going I r nyeHbvillc for Ihe cxcrciKes. Tollowiiig his pradualion from .he school of business and public ulministralion at the University of Illinois, Champaign, Francis Adams will become riding instructor in a camp for girls between the ages of 6 and H located near Chicago, a position that will lasl throughy put the summer. He will then' riM . ol of tlic " FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia ola lasl night were: Miss Mary Virginia Culler and Miss Jrssrlvn Blomeycr. J. W. Piutlc. Tnul Lyman. llrrschcl Mosley, Henry Davis. Vv'i'nc, Dick Burns. Barney Connie Modinccr. Frank Bell. Mo., where they had spent Ihc p:isl week as Biiesls of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lcs Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. ,!. G. Hill and sou. Jue, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Armour of U ivli. spout Ihc v.fikend in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Hill visiled with relatives and the Armr.iirs \vcri: Tic guc".!.-; ol trieiuls. Thi' pnrly returned hone fiiiuby evening. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Helm and granddaushU'r. Hetty Nenl. rctuvn- i\l Sunday from a three months v.ic.ition ::pcnt in ftorida and Cicor- Jl'V Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rojcrs drove io Blythi'ville .Sunday nnd attended | Miss Ixmise Franklin, of Carulh- thc taccalaurratc service thai rrsvillc. is a patient al -St. JO.WL:II'S morning. Mr:;. Hcjcrs' brother, Hol> liospital. ^rcmnhis. At the Hospitals Ho-.t Suttcn. of n»ll. wns dir,- misscd from the Blyllieville hospital today, lu't her Cillfcow. of Luxora. admitted to the Blythcvlllc hospital lasl night for treatment, Hcrvich, is a member nf Ihe n«d- ' Mrs. ^ 1 . Worslcy. of Lusora ' ' . '.ding cla-K. 'they werr dinner has been admitted lo'thc Mcniplii. Sins'.:; ol Mr. and Mr,;. Edgar Her- Methodist hospital. ! '^- ' Miss Nancy Gail Dunn, of Joiner V. ft. Hiirnctl. left Saturday is a patient, at the Memphis Ujp- 'ii:,rriin-r fn- ; - s-t. LoiiH, Mo., when- list hospital. | he \va.-s called by the serious Illness Dr. E. ,O. Cope, of TInriiersvi!li> ol his sister-in-law, Mrs. Jack Iw.s been admitted lo the Mcmplii-i B'.»'iictt. Methodist hospital. X!rs. .limmic Tipton Iclt f-'ryiiiy tfcrtwrt Nolen. of Contcr. l-" rvcniiij fcr Ktnnctl, where shr will hip \vn s fractured recently ' iiirn to enter the law school University where lie lias won numerous scholastic honors being one of the six highest ranking students In the University last yei\r, and also honors in the Calvary unit of tlic li. O. T. C. Mr. Adams, who has gone as high in the R. 6. T. C. as a student, can go, received (lie Pershing rifle award and the trophy in the iiHcrschoiasllc horse show this year. His mother, Mrs. J. \V. Adams, will go to Champaign lor- his graduation. Jiminic Tipton. who will arrive home tonight from the University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa. following Ills graduation there today, has re- ccivod many lio'itors in scholarship and athletics. He was a member of the Crimson Tide footbull team, was president of the "A" club, and was honored y his football brothers by being voted "snmrlosl", "best lau-'er". "most studious", "most- ambitious" and "most likely to succeed", for Ihc entire squad In ' Ibis year's contest. He is a Sigma j Chi. His parents. Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, have been at liic University for the commencement exercises. ] Miss Ellznhclh Mi-Lean will be graduated from Mississippi Slate College for Women, Columbus,' Miss.. May :iO. with a B. A. degree. She has been especially interested in speech work during her four years there and is a member of tlic Tlic^ler Guild aii;| tlic national honorary dramatic sorority. Alpha I'sl Omega. She has appeared in several major productions givon at Ihs college. Her mother. Mrs. D. C. McLean, and Mrs. E. L. Hale, whoso daughter. Miss Laura, also attends the college, will go lo Co- liimt'us Tniiisday for tho final c.x- ercisss. Mrs. McLean not only will sec her daughter graduate but will attend the reunion of her own class which finished al the college 25 years ago. Dr. McLean and son. Dan, will join Hie group at Co- In'rnbus, Sunday. Ihc B. A. degree will be awarded Miss Harrison, who finishes May 20 from llendrix college, at Con- Fpwler Dfug (Co. 'Your PrcscripUon Druggist ? 1; iil> £ First I'lionc Jll Animal 'Baptist. Bible School T'inal plans for the Vacation !3iblc school at Hie First fiaplist church were completed at a faculty neetiiig last night when 54 work- Ms were assigned positions, and the wogram for Hie school outlined. Tiie Vacation Bible school is extending ihe activities of the Sunday school into an intensive Iwo weeks of Bible training. The pupils use no books and have no study periods. The Bible is taught b> tha proved melhoci. The First Baptist church has led the state for the past three years in high attendance an:i standards Tlie faculty follows: Arthur Nelson, principal; Miss Ruby Brown Glcomy Farm Prophet Sage oi His Community Ai:"3INI130IA. Sask. (UP)—Iver C. Israelson. farmer, earned a melancholy distinction as a weather prophet. Since 1920 he prophesied poor weather conditions lor farmers and each year backed his judgment by not planting a crop. He tavcd money, for his district has not harvested a crop since 192fi. His neighbors hoped to see him planting Ibis yeiir. DIN1NG-- DANCING Special Dinners PLATE LUNCH SHORT OUOEKS Private Booths Everything for your enter iainmcnt and comfort. Admission Matinee Sflc & 26« Admission Nitht 16c Jt 3Se Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests TONIGHT PAL NIGHT ailmittcd for the price of 1 vi:-it with hp.r p.irents, Mr. and M, s . was from t'lie Walls lio-iii'tal L. -f. Wore just pjayin 1 one of these new high-class sophis- . ^icatca movfe comedtes—yoti kno\v—he socks her and she smears hm yjth & grapefruit.!' •••• •' Trire Jteins lor several dnys..ltrr today. :-i5tcr, Mrs. Jack Edwards and Mii.dl Mrs. T. K Burton ot Slccle wv sr.n. Jackie Baltics, who had spent dismissed f'roni Ihc Walls ho.MiiUl brvrral days here wilh her, aceom- today. panic:! her to Kcnnell. i Mrs. Joe E. Hog.-in underwent a 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boltcm nl lonsllec-tomy today nt Ihc W.itb Ckcmah. Okla., left Tuesday main- Imspltnl. ] their home nftcr spending Mrs. Effic Gibson, of Mainli ' ;lays here ns guesls of Mrs. underwent :» minor operation tochv Ucllon's sister. Mi's. W. L. cautrrfl al (lie Walls and f:imlly. | ' ~ i There are more non-ricc-eatiir Fm- centuries one of Uif :,,OM people In China Hum the wl'olH popular musical hislrumcnls. the population of the Unilcd Slates' guitar is a^ain increasing in favor. 'Hie 150.000.OtX) iwople of nortiiorri More than 400,000 of them were China subsisl on wheat, corn, millet sc'.d in the United States In 1037, b:ar.s, and ether dry land crops' '' 111113 for the 4 ^ i several day: k-r yVciltusrla/ ,t Sunday Only I''rip(t C'liiclieii willi Cream (iravv Sliced l Coffee lalocs Tmiulnrs Salad Nc« I'o- & Apple lint Hells Milk Only a Few More Days to Get Your SI Delivers Your Bcauiyrest Mress or Box Spring This spci'jal tifTcr is good cmlv for this week, on small weekly or uio'iihly paymenfy. NOW BUY Weils, - Thurs. (OH A SlgT CASE pf HYSTERICS - WARNER BOOS." A SLIGHT CASE OFMURDtR AttEN: JENKINS RUTH DONNELLY • WILUBD PARKER Al:o ('.iranmunl JS'ews, Cart llofr .t (l.rchcslr^, and C'cmcdy. .Vlmissinn Milliner lOc & Z6c Night' 16c & 3Gc ROXY Tv^ • .. ^ ^- • ... (... .-. Adfnlsslnn always Ifjc & 26c Matinees Sa^, & Sunday Night shows—Box QITIcr. Open 7:00 p!m. Slioivs slarl 7:15 p.m. PAL NIGHTS! Tue. • Wed. - Thur, Two AdmiUcjl for the Price of I 'EXTORTION' Scntt Colton, Mary Hus- scll, Tluu-slpti Hall & Arthur Lof(. ,Ioc f,'n!lfgc tiini.s slrulh lo dap a tam|iu:i criminal. illso sclcc(ci{ shorts

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