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IHI CASE IS PUZZLE .. Marlene Dietrich Has Picture to Go, While Director's Contract Runs Out. 1 , Bf Mollis Merrirk. Hollywood, Calif., Nov. 21. NA NA) In one week Josef von Sternberg: Is scheduled to besln what may b hla Uiit picture with Marlene Dietrich as star, "Hurricane," the. story for which Von Blernberir has been storm hunting aboard a yacht In none, too gentle waters, commences a few days prior to the pxpiration of the Von , Sternberg contract. But the Dietrich contract has two pictures yet to go. Which makes the com.' plication. Should the starting; date of "Hurricane" be delayed, it would be possible to Mollie Merrick. fcave a halt In production If Von Sternberg- should not see tit to sign with Paramount again. But there Is no complication In be eomnanv's arranitemenU, for they have Rouben Mamoullan, Just returned from Europe, sitting ready to lift the directorial hand for "Song ef Songs," the Alfred Henry Suder-tnann story which the company has decided will be the vehicle to follow "Hurricane." So Von or no Von, Dietrich will go an for two more film at the home tudlo. Ernest Truex la the next Broadway star to start Hollywoodward. He mill plav the lead mle In "Whistling In the Dark," which he did so successfully on the stage. The company closes Its run In Boston within a few days and then the actor will tart immediately from M.Q.M. That tudio took Innumerable tests of available actors with motion picture eznerlence but came to the conclu Ion that nobody could give them the finished type performance Truex Is capable of in this role. Each day some stage star puts another notch In the Hollywood record. Edward Everett Morton signed to do a big film for-the British Oau mont company, He'a had another offer from Ufa and may take It be fore his return here. They are paying very good salaries on the other aide these days and, anotner tnjng Hollywood has a naive way of ap predating Ita own when they return from outside successes. Cwrtfht, IMt. MtrilttM. T CbMUt Soldier" Jd!na i Mary Akinf Aurelia Sarah Edwardi Maacha ... .Lauretta Brlalln Bummer!) Charlei Purcll Maaaakroff Edmund Mnlcah Popoff John IVinnrmre BpertdoM Torari Chapman And Other. Even some twenty years after the hey-dev of Us American vogue, this rharmlng cinfit-tta still Is flush .with gayety and freshness. Indeed. It might well be contemporary. One cannot feel, after finding It In Its current bloom, that It must be dat ed. There is no mustiness of antlq nitv pervading It. Rather, the Joy of youthful life still courses through It. The Oscar Strauss lyrics, particularly that exalted "My Hero." which seemingly Is Immortal, atill throb melodiously, rapturously. This revival has been contrived with a good measure of expertness and excellence. The capabl cast, led by Miss Aklns end Mr. Purcell, revealed many good voices to bring out the best in the operatic composition m-ith a marked degree of vitality, "The Chocolate Soldier," born to the delight of the theater public In 1909. snrang from one of George Ber nard Shaw's pert but thoroughly musing comedies, "Arms and the Man." The origin of the libretto tnav. nerhans. account in no small part for the deathlessness which the operptta enjoys. But it is in the exultant and enchanting melodies that one may he sure lies the principal reason for the lengthy survival, Strauss was In happy vein when he composed the music lor this piece. He gave generously of his brilliance, and certainly we must be grateful for the soaring -My Hero," which, oddly enough and In defiance of the general plan of operatic construction, Is brought in the ears early in the first act. It really Is the theme song, if we mi dare to term It such, of the enmnosllion. Most likely any other composer would have saved It for a luxurious climax to a secona act. "The Chocolate Soldier" requires voices of true operatic merit to match the duality of the music. Miss Aklns and Mr. Purcell meet the spec mentions fu:iv.The former accom pllshes the "My 'Hero" number with lan. making It all the tour de force which It is. Singing in duet, the two touched the risibilities of an appre ciative audience Monday nignt. ana frantmntiv thev were called upon for encores. Both have engaging tage personalities In addition thai voices. In the major supporting roles, Miss Brislln and Miss Edwards. Mr. Duns- mure and Mr. Chapman bring more talent. The chorus, it seems, is an for which one could ask. Edward Mulcahy Is effective decisively In the comic role of Captain MassaKroii, In short, "The Chocolate Soldier" is nlayed and sung, never In the least mauled. The oneretta has been compart oned with distinction. Although ome of the sets are a little the worse for wear, the costumes, and there are many, remain fresh. There is every reason why music conscious persons should see and hear this revival. There will he per fm-mances for the balance of the week, with matinees Wednesday and , Saturday. E. N. FOMEROl Husband Charges Mabel Swift Cruel Reno, Nev., Nov. 21. (JFVAJcsel C. P. Wichfleld, former attache of the Danish legation in Washington, filed suit secretly at Carson City November 10 for a divorce from the m-mr Mhei F. Bwlft. distantly re- iat h rhlcaeo narking house family, the Associated Press learned Monday nignt. wicnnem, name has been linked with that of Josephine "Fin" WWener, Philadelphia heiress, in connection wltn a possible romance, charged cruelty. 9 STILL AT LARGE AFTER JAIL BREAK Portsmouth, N. H., Nov. i.(JP Nine inmates of the Rockingham nnuniv tall, who with Harry E. Whltten. 4R. another prisoner, es fsped Sunday morning, were at Inise Monday nluht. Whltten & V 1 "V A Ta m All still was AT THE 'MADISON SQUARE GARDEN. You know it's full of hokum, but no matter how hard your arteries may be you can't help getting a punch out of "Madison Square Garden," the boa f.ght picture now showing at the Lyric. There's more poking and slugging, more rosin and cauliflower ears in that picture than in three annual issues of the Boxing Record. There's a 10-round match for the high point of the picture, and the villain's dupe has plaster of Paris in his gloves. Jack Oakie, however, is the ambitious, but square fighter who won't stay down beyond nine counts. There's Madison Square Garden for the setting and a half a dozen of the best men of the fighting and wrestling game and four of the headliners among the sports writers for color. And there's petite Marian Nixon to furnish just enough love interest to round out the story. Also therd is a wrestler who is oh, so dumb. Besides Oakie and Miss Nixon, William Bovd. Lew Cody. Zasu Pitts and others. The fighters and wrestlers, who stransre to report, all men at the garden, include Stanislaus Zbyszko, Tommy Ryan, Jack Johnson, Tom Sharkey, Billy rapke The snorts writers who lend reveals itself partly as a ballyhoo for purer prize fighting, are Grant-land Rice, Westbrook Pegler, Damon Runyon and Jack Lait. The plot is not so much, but at least it moves along right smartly, and it was written to provide plenty of closeups of the scenes in Madison Square Garden, in the training camps and in tht lives of fighters and would-be fighters when they get together to hear words from their managers. Oakie, with the aid of his faithful manager, builds himself up to his big chance in the garden and in the estimation of Miss Nixon, the counter-girl in the telegraph office. But he nearly muffs everything for everyway wnen ne gen in the hands of a crooked manager. When he finds out he has been duped, he, his old manager and all the famous fighters of the picture step over to the quarters of the opposition manager and fighter and "clean house" in a free for all fight that almost out-points tha ring battle. " Then Oakie heads for Marian and Niagara Falls. MUSIC A very pleasing program was presented at the Benton hall in the T.W.C.A. Monday evening under the auspices of Mu Epsilon chapter of Mu Phi Ensllona musical sorority. Those taking part were Ira Luis-dorf McCartney, contralto: Helen Orotte, pianist: Carrie Zumbach Bliss. pianist, and Carlo Fischer, cellist. Each of these musicians has en joyed public favor for years. They are the type whose worn may al ways be "depended on In an artistic sense. This concert proved no exception to the general rule. Mrs McCartney, who sang two groups of songs brought into all her singing the ripe musicianship tnat nas ai- ways been dominant in her concert work, nothing is left to chance was particularly noted In the Hugo Wolff. "Zur Run sur Ruhr" and "Salutation of the Dawn," with Mr, Fischer contributing the obligate. A song dedicated to Mrs. McCartney, "The Enchantress." by Anna Costello Luetke, is an admirable example of the creative work that is being done by American song writ ers. This was rendered with oeau tiful diction and rich beauty of tone by the singer, aided Immensely by the fine accompaniments of Mrs, Bliss, who contributed her share to the whole program by her effective work for the singer. Mr. Fischer and Miss Grotte open ed the program with a performance of the Saint-Saens Sonata. Op. 32. In this, as In the lighter numbers played by these two. the brilliance of Miss Orottee's technic was especially notable, while Mr. Fischer's happy faculty for taking his sudlenee Into the confidence of the performers con tributed much to the Informality that marked the appearance, of these two musicians and made their inter pretations peculiarly delightful. Miss Grotte is one of our ablest young pianists while Mr. Fischer's long association with the orchestra and his contributions in general to the musi cal life of Minneapolis have made him known to everybody Interested in music. ' JAMES DAVTES. Russian Engagement Accepted by Harpo Hollywood. Nov. 21. OP) Harpo, the silent Marxman. Monday formally accepted a theatrical engagement In Rjsgm, but he hasn't any Idea what he'll do when he gets there. "The cablegram," he said, "asked me to send a description of a performance I could give In a 'motsi-chal' a music hall, I suppose but before I answer I'll have to get up some material. "I've cabled Alexander Wollcott, who Is In Moscow and made the arrangements for me, to find out whetneer they want me to appear In a musical comedy or In a vaude- ille sketch. I'd prefer a musical, vaudeville's hard work." I v AMUSEMENTS flSftT y y I 1 W .rf' . ' -sew mm , I A f'- XT I . -JSk -: v-ii IT'S . I to fcLi.' . a a 9 Y I I Ee-" Mi' intiuuing LUDiiA.n una f. r l'i letertoinwent for All Aaast I ! I ' I "I I; V LM ' 'A (ZranA PatmaHv Intn wVt!K I fl MS i """""'I I J is i has been woven Drama, I i V Pthos, Romance, Novelty 1 u I ana mruisj I 1 II I Lsk I i A Sunerh Cast nf IB Stars. I " a tmmsi I flsTMur MisMAi aiafrstMf 7S. : : ;1 T V : 7 Yotfll Like Them THELMA TODD In "Ths Sellers" MERRY MELODY CARTOON PARAMOUNT SOCND MKWI MOVIES the cast has Thomas Meighan, have jobs as guards and work and Mike JJonnn. their prestige to a picture whieh IN THEATER SUIT Objections that building a theater at 6309 Lyndale avenue south would constitute a fire and traffic hazard were never voiced until the city filed an answer to his mandamus suit to compel the issuance of a special per mit for the building, w. K. rranK. who Is seeking the permit, testified Monday. The trial of Mr. Frank's mandamus suit got under .way Monday before District Judge E. A. Montgomery. H. A. Cosier, lumber dealer, testified the aldermen he had talked with as sured him there would be no objec-tion to the proposed theater on Lyn dale avenue south. Mr. Frank said he had invested or become obligated so far to the expenditure of $25,000 in connection with the theater project. City Lacking $3 $00 for Special Election Seeking to make tip the deficit in the election fund, the city council ways and means committee Monday voted to transfer to it $4,500 from other funds, in order to pay election judges and clerks. The committee. however, declared Itself at a loss to know where It would find some $3,500 that will be the city's share of the cost of conducting a special election to name a successor to State Senator Iewi Duemke, who died Saturday. Call for a special election, under the law in such cases. Is issued by the governor within seven days from the time the vacancy occurs. Olive Borden Has Marriage Annulled New Tork. Nov. 21. UP) The marriage of Olive Borden, former motion picture actress, and Theodore Spector was annulled Monday by Supreme Court Justice Bhientag on the recommendation of Referee Tiern-ney. Miss Borden charged fipector was already married to Pearl Ha-worth. Buffalo, N. T., beauty shop proprietor, when he married her March 28, 1931 at Harrison, N. T. HUNTERS LOSE 50 DEER TO WARDENS Minnesota game wardens are get ting their deer getting the ones that were shot or shipped illegally. W. D. Stewart, state game and fish director, said 22 confiscated deer were sent to St. Paul Friday, a aim lliar batch Saturday and six arrived Monday morning from Onamia, Minn. "The most common viola tion," Stewart said, "is that a hunt er ships his deer home with a friend. The law requires he must accompany his own animal. If he does not the warden confiscates It. uonns-cated deer are sold by the state. AMUSEMENTS TESTIMONY OPENS HANKSGIVING - HOW! iinnnrta1 - Ktr 1 DO Foatnron I ZASU PITTS r ' THE MINNEAPOLIS TRIBUNE i IFREDHIC HH DROPS DIGNITY Actor Gives Witty Speech at Academy Dinner Forgets He's at 'Mike.' By liniiella O. Psrsons. Iys Angeles, Nov. 21. (Universal) One of the wittiest speeches of the evening st the Academy awards din ner was made by the dignified Fred rlc March, we have seen Mr. March in so many dramas that his outburst was a surprise and here is a laugh. He forgot he was talking into the microphone. Maybe he was getting himself in shape to play the male lead in Noel Coward's play. ''Tht Queen is In the Parlor. Freddie and Claudette Colbert are to be teamed In this romantlo com edy. She. plays the queen and he handsome young commoner. Edwin Justus Mayer Is writing the scenario and Stuart Walker is getting in readiness to direct. Wonder what Radio is paying Ros alie Stewart to induce her to drop her production activities In New York? Miss Stewart, one of the best known New York producers, has ac cepted a job with. Radio as story editor. She has been engaged to re lieve Kenneth MacGowan of some of of his duties. With eight pictures waiting to be betn, Mr. MacGowan needed help and he should get it with Miss Stewart, who produced Show Off, by Gregory Kelly and other Kelly numbers. Mr. MacGowan has an interesttng career himself. It was he who produced the first of the Eugene O'Neill plays for the Theater Guild. He is David O. Sels-niek's right bower. Just to show how things happen in this business of ours. Ben Lyon promised to play the juvenile lead in "Good Company" one afternoon. Thel next morning Warners sent for him and gave him a contract to play thel lead in ' Blue Moon Murder case. This is the very first time Ben has been on the First National lot since he was under contract there two vears ago. And that isn't all, no in- deed. Immediately following his aarreement to emote for Warners his five year contract with Metro-Gold-1 wyn-Mayer became a tact msxeaa oti a mere possiDimy. waicn ana awei what M-G-M does lor .Ben. u. ts. Mayer, who signed the contract, says I they have great plans Tor nun. Claudia Morgan and Husband Estranged Hollywood. Calif- Nov. 21. UP) Claudia Morgan, actress daughter of I Ralph Morgan, stage and screen ac-j tor, and her husband, Talbott Cum- mines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Cummings of New lone ana isan-i tucket. Mass.. are estranged and she! has started divorce proceedings, her father said Monday. "Incompatibtl- itv is the best explanation of thel separation," said Morgan. Cummings and Miss Morgan, 20, were married I October 1. 1931. after k six weeks' romance while she was playing on) the New York stage. Alleged Speakeasy Owner, Wife Killed Cleveland. Nov. 21.P) Sam Grossman, -described by police as al SDeakeasy operator, and his wire l were shot and killed Monday night in a shooting affray in which Abe Auerbach was wounded. Police said Auerbach had killed the Grossmans. The wounded man's hand was nearly I severed by the slash of a knife which I later was found lying on tne noor of the house in which the shooting took place. ALMA TELL WILL BE BLYSTONE'S BRIDE Los Angeles, Nov. 21. (JP) A notice of intention to wed was filed Monday by Alma Tell, featured screen acrtess, and William S. Bly- stone, film "heavy," who said thel wedding would be soon. GEOLOGIST KILLED. Wharton, Texas, Nov. 21. (JP) I E. C, .Templeton, Los Angeles geol-l ogist, was killed and two other men! were Injured by the crash of an alr- plane against a tree on an unlightedl airport Monday night. AMUSEMENTS reught to you Thanksgiring Day to moke your holiday complete! (3SX8G&2) GGILTiQl QIiaiffl(TTWl GGXEfiQ rtiTTrrnTtiTil ravsimiin TT4 I j ' ' il iininii'jiiiii Adapted from the story by - Bob Andrews, former Min-neapolis newspaper man. Starts THURSDAY A rIA inSWIHQ mm it t r4 rn wr. nM TUESDAY NOVEMBER. Mrs. Roosevelt Will Talk to Aid Women New York, Nov. SI. (IP) The wife of the man who made a speech about "the forgotten man"" is going to speak a week from tonight about some "forgotten women, old friends of hers, to whom for several years, before she and her husband moved to Albany, she used to read in a clubhouse on Lexington avenue. They were working then. Some now haven t jobs. It is about these and other women in their plight that plain, ordinary Mrs. Roosevelt" is going to speak next Monday night In an appeal for money to carry on the work of the Women's Trade Union league of New York, of which for nearly a decade she has been a mem ber of the finance committee. Final Tribute Paid to Memory of Jones Seattle. Nov. 21. (IP) The state and nation paid final tribute Monday to the memory of Senator Wesley L. Jones, who had represented Washington In the national capital more than 30 years. He died Saturday. Hundreds of persons passed before the casket as the body lay in state be fore banks of flowers, the tribute of friends and associates, and mourned the passing of the man, described to them as a "kindly soul, unchanged by his honors in life." Senator Dill represented a committee of 16 senators named by Vice President Curtis to represent the senate at the services and Congressman Horr was the representative of the house. AMUSEMENTS For UVfVf I. . I Too Dust To VJorEi DICK POWELL l! " W I ll Ciilijii' From the world smew JVf It m story "Juhilo" by Ben ML If if i! Amee William If " m ' i IP - Hearty laughter, snd heart- IE '""' deep drama combined to bring MM m' . to the screen Rogers' most de- lm X I Ughtful hit, IE ,o0 ISlWMtSlHotltrW IP TOIrljWAmRlwl I J V ; C 5 & igZ (5 REV'S epochal Mm 11 It jrgt Greatest Western since "Iron Horse" with I fj CE0HCE OBRIEW Jt JANET CHANDLER, MARIAN BURNS 9 1 on A 0,t J Thou,oBd'1 I ( ACr.at I kYfooe"" I '3VJ Show You'll TsbovS 4 A PUBLIX THEATRES 22 T932 ' . ., Legislators of Old Second District Meet Members of the Minnesota house of representatives from the old sec ond congressional district, meeting Monday at Windom, adopted a resolution pledging themselves to a program of economy in state govern ment, although they indorsed no one for sneaker of the house at the com ing legislative session. The session proposed that the group favor appointment of a committee to be named by the caucus choice for speaker in St. Paul Saturday, the committee to be composed of one member from eftfh congressional dis- trict. The committee would draw up a tentative program of legislation and would report to the speaker on the first day of the legislative session. J. P. Graff. New Ulm, is chair man of the group from the old sec ond congressional district, and John Connell of Luverne Is secretary. AMUSEMENTS SEVEHTH M .XIOOUFT Now Showing CONSTANCE BENNETT In "Twa Arainst ths World" Also LLOYD HAMILTON Comedy SCREEN BONG -Weekday Prices 25c 40c T 6:St After :SS T. sJUlTLi at ii a kiirrnfiur II IHANIOUmhUIav tt A Jotjous Feast of Entertainment the Whole ramilqf With Ammrica't Favorit Humoritt and PhiloBopher NEVER MORE HUMOROUS NEVER MORE HUMAN I Patches on his pants . . . holes in his shoes ... A song on his lips . ODD D SEVENTH nm NICOLLET Starting THANKSGIVING DAY at 10 A. M.! AtightqThrm and Spectacle f -mew:. jf f mm mm m . Ks Packed with Red-Blooded Action! The mad duel that climaxed an age-old Kentucky feud. Covered wagons braving the dangers of a death-infested wilderness. Settlers massacred by bloodthirsty savages. The tremendous bottle of railroad builders to unite East ond West. MORNING EDITION AMUSEMENTS Hurry It Leaves Wednesday It's 1932's Most Glorious, Romantic Thrill Ask the thousands who have seen it! Come Today! Gay, Sparkling Comedy y MIRIAM HOPKINS HERBERT MARSHALL KAY FRANCIS CHARUE RUGdES A handtomu crook and two yearning ladietl Plus These SILLY SYMPHONY "King Neptune" ALL IN COLOR ANDY CLYDE in "Sunkiit Beauties" 't mnt streams Now! . Plrst Minneapolis Showing! Olorioue Loveri Together Again GEOJUJE DItENT i ne veto screen Idol h LOIIETTA YOUNG "They Call It Sin" nth DAVID MANNERS UNA MERKEL Bite of Joy Hollywood on Parads Burns ana Allen More Pun Boys Will Be Boyi" Frank Albrrtunn Cartoon News Last S Dy! Don't Mies It Everyone Ssys It'a Swell Show! "MADISON SQUARE GARDEN" with Jack Oakie Marian Nlinn Zau PUtu An- Aftrr NORMA SHEARER in "Smilin' Through" S Fredrie Msreh LeuHe Howsr g Mickf T Mouse Csrtonn g ROGER KAHN ORCHESTRA f. 25 After S.xe "GRAND HOTEL" Gmts, Oark Uenrl Barrrmr Jaaa Crw Walle Ber John Baromore Marilyn Millir B(-nI.Tn. In g 7 "HER MAJESxi wn- LOR1NO Nicollet t 14th Mr. and Mni. Martin Johnson's -CONGORILLA'' Any Beat 25 Anytime Win s T'lrkPT " p M- ARION Central at 23rd Charlie Riirl Ills jf vif-.HT OF JUNE 13TH" Turkey Nlte Any Best 85 j NOKOMIS Chlcajo at 3Sth Greta Oartio llonel Barnrmoie In "GRAND HOTEL TiirW Nile Anv PPat 25 GRANADA Henn.-Laks John Ollhert Vlritlnla Brucs in "DOWNSTAIRS" Screen o Tonlte Any Seat 25 Wm a Turkey. Duck orChlcken EMPRESS Broadway St 6th Charlie Rorle I II ! J "NIGHT OF Jl'NE 13TH" Turkey Nite Any Scat ' AMERICAN Lake at NIC. Greta Garko l.lonel Barrymors In '1RAND HOTEL" Turkey Nile Any Seat 25 RIAI.TO Lakt at Chlcaio MARLENE DIETRICH In "BLONDE VENUS" Herbert Mrhll Cary Grant Tui'kev Nlte - Any 8-a(; w LsHsV : Paramount ! ApTl Sound News ITA L S-tlSl'X TK'-1a I 1 Mir WE? EveryEYcninqlmrrfTft Fines! Usniry Vcrk In the Northwest at the Lowest Cost in Years! Minneapolis Laundry Minimum Bundle CAp HYUNimVlj PAGE THIRTEEN AMUSEMENTS METROPOLITAN TONIGHT HRGAr MAT. TOMORROW BEST F.AT4 II.IM Iplun tl) EMASD MillCUf . Glnrinne 6 TOMFS CHAPMN Special Oreheitra Wrhi see. , m m, s. ss.se vrx Sat. Mat 5(k, tl, tlt (FLOS SEATS ON SALE at Themter Knx Office. OnlT. Bargain Matin Wednesday o&Wa SUNDAY "?,v- eats Thurnlsy st Theater Only A Play You Must See and Will Enjoy ANOTHER LANGUAGE With Tom Powers, Laura Straub, Ellen Lowe, Philip Faversham PRICES PLCS 10 TAX mchta 40c, $100. tl.SO. $2.00. 13.60 Mat. Wed. 60c Sl.00, 1 50 LA0OH WEEK cucn& joimson In Person l-tf. with their merry tan in j m new ougnouss ITj in CrrrrTi I The Season's Laugh Riot OncelnALrfeTime' laek Oakie Aline MaeMahoa zaau Pitts ' Only 3 More Days of CONGRESS DANCES Coming Thursday' Emil Jannings in "THE TEMPEST Ingliah Dialogue Title SIIUBERT Tonlrht Week Mats. Thnra., Sat, THE GREAT SWEDISH COMEDIAN CHAS. LI ND HOLM THE MAN FROM MINNESOTA" SPECIAL Mat Ofe Ail Seats Neat week. BEVERLY BYNK lMvBr.530 WGES TODAY and WEDNESDAY RICHARD 8ARTHLEMESS . wllh Marian Marih In "ALIAS THE DOCTOR" Than. Joe E. Browa, "Goinc Wild BrldieDort 6120 Today and Tomorrow JVIWK I UN Radio's Golden Voice DOWNEY Minstrel In "MOTHER'S BOX" DANCEr dreamy music candle lights The restful charm ef a cava AT THE CAVERN 1022 Nicollet MA. 0685 Beginning Wednesday, Nov, 23 Dinner Dancing 8:00 to 8:00 p.m. ' NO COVER CHARGE Dinners 50c up Supper Dancing 9:00 p. m. Until Lata 'TEA LEAF READING AS USUAL TEA DANCE Saturday Afternoon!. S:00 to 5:M tuts a coonle. Including- refreshments k) yMARYAKM5 i - - v 9 it I jomnmsHm a I i, , J JB EDWARDS 2 W3-e ant mi IS) I imte Em iiir TAKE THE FAMILY &1&GDL0NIM.U00M " . M 1 Dinner .a C . -aflA". xmA DANCE to Julie MaJtVon& JackMaieiJichJ; Mnnesora Bree323 6:15 8:15 9:30 Closlnf ... No Cover Charqt Any lint Minimum 7S for Supper Dancinf. f HONE AT. 6161 tor ervtjNs saBSSfMSTMsMCd captured In Lynn Sunday.

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