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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO " ILYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, WAY 28, 193S COl'KIEIl NEWS .'COMl'UMEXTAKY TICKET • This TIcliEt Will Admit C. II. Hill & Companion Gsceola, Route 3 —ig tnit— nrrz TJIEATEB —lo sec— "Ailvrnliircs of Marco Vrlo" Will Wed Tomorrow Social Calendar MOW DAY'S EVENTS .idiKi' Aid .-,;;c!!SDrin2 <Un?e at Sutlon'.i country club, Osceola, at 8:30 p.m. - M;ss Ifcitliryn Urar prrsentBij piano students in recital ufc i'lrst Methc:!ist chiii-uri at 8:GU o'clock. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Little •iiic.iter laung ''cc:n? as book chiiacti'i 1 p?.i'ty : ' at- Wrauui's dill), S:CO o'clock. WcmniVs e'.'.is Having meeting at 2:30 o'clcok r.l club hoose. Tuesday Bridge club mealing with Mrs. J. aNick. Tuotn&s. Mrs. Dixie Crawford cntcLtniuing Young Matron's Bridge eluh. Luncheon (.'tab Meets •Kaatui limits and verbenas deco- r.'.teu the dining title yesterday when Mrs. Boycs Moore and Mrs. S^gar Cherry were hostesses to elicit .zneuioi'is of the FrkiuyLunch- eon ciua at ilie Cherry Jioine. During the afternoon, the guesU played dominoes ant! cards. Mrs. J. :'!'. RsndiH and ftira. Rohurt 3. Weidman lie'.u high score In l!w curd Barnes, an:l Mrs. L, J. Zellev «>id Airs. Jiuies Sanders, in the dcmiuo ginus. ,, * * * Son Born A sou was born to Mr. and Mrs. Prank Coats Wednesday at their home near Number Mine. The IjJ'ay, who weighed 10 pounds har. been named Jerry Lynn. Mr;. Coats formerly Miss. Alicu 0,".l- Hns. ' * * » Surpriri'd \V'lli Shower Mrs. FIojd'Snid'.T, of Flint, Mich., who is the hc\u:e3ucst oE her mother, Mivs. Lie Richardson, was swpife-cl v. lUi a shower given Tuesday a tin noon by Mrs. (J. J. ."peek P.K:\ Airs. Coerce Smith at Ata. f.peck's home. .Garden flc'wcrs decorated the TConB where the ly. guesto v.'err entertained. ITollowiug the) presenti- licn of the gilts to the guest ol honor, the hostesses served a saliul course with iced tea. Junior Hi.Th Seniors ComjiJincnled at Tea The members of. the senior clag^ ar^d faculty of l-hu Junior high' school were complimented at an informal tea given from 4:00 o'clock until 6:00 o'clock yesterday afternoon at, the Woman's club by mothers of sonic of the graduating students. 'Pink tai'.crs iu crj'sta! holder: flanking a crystal iiowl of yinl: rose;-, snapdragons, larkspur ano baby brciitli .reflected in a blue mirror fcnncd the centerpiec the tea L^bie. Larkspur r.nd lilies v.-ere aiTangecl over the ni&utcl ;uid b.uksts of spring flowers \;ere also ustd in tile decorations. The 75 guests were entertained during the afternoon v.'iih various games and dancing. Bits of News HES KIRST C'HUKCH OK THE NAZAIIENK Kuplia 1). Ktaslcy, paslur 9:« a.m. Sunday school, Ncble M.-.CulJar. superintendent. 11:10 n.iii. Mcrnlo; worship. tier- mon subject. "The Reward of Fulth- FLAPPER FANNY .•Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kepler, of Marion, Ind., arc the weekend of Mrs. Kepler's sister, Mrs. Jiriuisticr, and Mr. A. M. Wash burn, of 7: 13 ';•>». N. Y. P. S. 7:45 p.m. Evening service. Wo begin cur revival nl fills time under the lent ;it the corner of Second """ SKainorc streets. A spc-i.l! tol " re of "' vcer familv ' Hock, attended to business here ycs- j lerclay. ! Miss Mary Josephine Hall, who has -Men a student at southeast Mtercwl elate 'I (iichej-s 1 College at Cape Oirardcau, >Mo,, suid her sister, ,Mlss Martha Lee Hall, who te been teaching in Benton, Mo., have arrived home lo spend the summer with their parents. Mi 1 , and Mr£. A. G. Hall. Mrs. Firmer England went lo, Arkjulelflhia, this morning' where she will visit her mother, Mrs. Win- ooi-n, and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer left this morning for Memphis <inJ De- Wiit where they will spend part ci ihe srtmmer.- J. A. Thompson, of Waldcnbnrg, AIK., nas arrived 10 make his home with Ills aunt, Mrs. lorn Bradsher, and Mr. Bradsher. Mr. and Mrs. C. li. M;c.iuloy and daughter, of Portsmouth, Vn., who have been the guests of 'Mrs. Mc- Caiiley's parents, the Rev. and Mrs George W. Patterson, returned to their home Ihis morning, Tncy v;ere JU'ccmpniiic;! by Mrs. McCauley's sister, Miss Mary iVelle Patterson, who win spend ihe summer with them. Yesterday, the Hev. Mr. Pat- tcrfbn, Mr. and Airs. M_-Cauley, and Miss PatterEon spent tiie day at Mammotli Springs and Hardy. Jim llight and Eirl 3tone attcntl- Teni). We iiu'lle you lo hear talented workers. SECOND UAPTiST CHURCH P. II. Jcrnigan, p.tslor hool. Tommy 9M a in. Sunday s Bcjiiii, .snerinteii.-ie lliLO a.m. Sermon. 7:00 p.m. B. T. U. 7:45 p.m. Seinion. Wednesday, 1:O j; meeting. Wc<lne;-:lay, 7.-TO p.m., Slid Miss Mary Grace Hill, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. 13. V. Hill, will hcccnie the bride of William Wyatt. son of Mr. mid Mrs. Slant Wyatt, of Jcnrsboro, at a ceremony lo be solemnised nt B:OU o'clock tomorrow mcniiui; at the Tit&l Mclho<iist church. 'ended informal (b'.icing party ^iven 'at the Womau'.'i club last; .^ight by tubthers of eitiht seniors ,<s the final social "get-together" >f this year's gnuluatin;: clar.s. Floor baskets of lilies, larkspur, .nap:lrni;on£ and other spring Jlow- rs were arranged firouud the chib Garden Club's Drive To Members Nears End The membership drive nf the Blylhevllle Gnrdcn club, wblcli has teen wage;! diiriti[; Ihe |i:ist ten is lo reach « climax Mon- prayer meeting. Wednesday. B:15 p.m , tire. Monday, 3:00 p.m., incctlii;. ,m.. '1'eaclier.s' Week 1'hrout'hout the p:nty, punch and :oakies were served from a table ^•hjeji hail ,ji centerpiece of pink Mothers . who were hostesses at he 'party were: Mrs. W. I. Osboriu 1 , '.Irs'." 'J. 'Merrill .lotitz, Mrs. Edgar derrick, Mrs. E. Terry. Mrs:. T» Have Supper Tor Briilril 1'arty Dr. and Mrs. li. V. Ilill will en- tcrlain memtcrs of the bridal parti of their daujhltr, Miss Many Grace Hid, and William Wyatt. oi Jonesboro, ^Tiiasc marriage "will cc r^il- r emnized tomorrow morning at the JFirst Metliodi&t chiuch. at a snppar tonight iollowing the rehcarsul at the church ?.t 7:to o'clock. » f « Give Bridge Lunelicon Mrs. W. J. V.'uiuleriich and Mre. Farnsivorlli Black er.tertiiinc:! 26 guests at a bridge luncheon at Mir.. "Wundertirh's homo yesterday wiien a.Irs. W if. Robinson, of St, Louis, hotisejuesl of her mollier, Mrs. A. M. Butt, atid family. \vas the only out of tdvn cuest. The si;2ll Ublea at which lunch was served had bouqiicls of x:ixcd flowcn, fcr centerpieces. Other bou- quew o' itjrinj iiowers uere used Sn Ihe cuter ijininj: rconu. .In the bridge games ivhich foi- Id'.veU lunch, Mrr.. EvereU U. Gee received high score prize, a slant; fcr pitted pl.iHti. iJre. W. D. ciiam- ):iin. sc;o:«l high. |.-:ate c-jrj liold- ere. and Mrs. w. J. rplianl, third liijh piizi', a )u:cn guest towel, lirs EobiDS'-n -,vas pveicnl'.a handker- ' cliiefs. * * « Country Club Gives Infomnit Dancing F.ivly Tfcc. Ci-si in a j-t-rinE ci i;if.vir,= danclnt; p:iriles tc bo piv. n a.', the country .dub during l!io t,unim>ji fcaron wss linj,; )a.5t cisht. M:s. Evrte'.fc B. C';c and Mis Jos-c flrov.n V.-I.TC Iinslewc* to Ihe affair vhlcn l)"gan nl !>:0,1 o'cloc!.- Iul«rni'Eoion was at ll:3u o'clor.k and the party continued until 1 about, 1:30 n. m, Musicc VAI-, yso- atont 1:30 a. m. Music pro- Olher deincej will bt> nlvcn a 1 / the clul) in about t'Ao weeks' and on July 1 • * * Kuicrtain For Senior* Approximately 75 seniors, ty jiwmberB and their Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM'SEJ , «V«T Jar Iwnci' Swire. 510. ' .'"reel Warren, Mrs. Ivy W. Craword, Mrs. C. S. SUvens and Mre. in I B. Harrison. Tomato News Mr. ntid Mrs. Chester nichy, or \ngola. Incl.. iin.l Mrs. Mni Ander:on. (il Mclroiiolis, III., visited rcla- kcs In're Insl wc;k. 5Irs. and Airs. Rcc/oi'ft Grivon. )I Jackson, IVnu.. arrived Mcndiiy. nicy plnn to make their hoinc lerp. Miss Einmdinc Lamm'y. of I.e- :anto. Ark., spent last week with :er sister, Mrs. George Henry Hop- membership cKmnilteos will have « ntcak supper and meeting in the garden of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel K Morris' home. Mis. j .A. hesch and Mrs. W. U Ilorner arc chairmen of the coni- mittees. each of which has eight members. The ntlnlr is to begin at ".••15 o'clock. Ihe money cbiivecl troin the membei'ship.-,. which arc being sold at, one dollar each for the year of 1030. will be used lo bcaulUy Uly- thcvillc with the landscaping ot the main exhibit buildiiif; at Wai ker park us the fivsl project to be attempted this (all. alone' with a lienciTil benutilicatton program of tile park. The losing committee is lo pay for the steaks and the individual selling the most memberships will receive his membership fcee. c:l » .Chevrolet meeting in KenncU,' Mo., Thursday night. Miss Bobbie L?e King l.s spending (he weekend in Memphis as the guest 'of Mrs. Howard Murphy. The Rev. a VIM! Mrs. w. P. doahii and son, David, of Joiner, and their houseguests, Mrs. Blackburn and Mrs. iPnrrkh, of eiumnerflcld. N. C.. were the dinner guests last night ot Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon and family. -Mis. Roy Payne and (laughter, Ray Marie, will return tomorrow horn joints in Minnesota where they hive lietn visltiuj relatives lor the jiList few weeks. Mr, and Mrs. Sam J. Matthew;; anil Mr. and Mrs. j. L. Mason, of St. Lsiils, will arrive lliis afternoon to be the guests of Mrs. Matthews' parents, jl)r. and Mrs. H. A. Taylor. They plin lo "return Monday. "Miss Mary Spain Usrey and Miss Jenny Wren Dllhitnmt)/ are ; Ing the weekend in Memphis with friends, lliey plan to go to Oxford, 'Miss., for the graduation exercise:; at the Unlversty of Mississippi tie- fore returnir.j home. E. B. Lyman went to Memphis LAKK STIIEET METHODIST CHUIU'H F. A!- Sweet, pHslor 0:4j a.m. vStindny i-chool. 10:15 a.m. Morning tvorsltip. 6:30 p.m. Junior I^eaguo and Yaimg People's League. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. Mcnday. 2:30 p.m.. -Missionary so- ciel'/. Our revival, whichi is lo be ton- dueled by Ihe Hcv. John ,M. Meal, of llLinteville. Te.x., will begin with the morning service. Throughout the week, day services will be held at 1C:CO a.m., song service at 7:30 p.m.. tuid preaching at 8:00 p.m. I Everyone has a cordial invitation to attend these services. of the devil." Eplicstniis 6:11. The Lesson-Sermon also Includes,?' 10 following passages from ihe Christian Scions textbook, "Science and Health with Key tQ the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "We should become more familiar with d l!»n evil, and guard against false beliefs as watchfully as we bar our doors against the approach ct thitves and murderers." page 231. A Christian Science program i.s broadcast each Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. over KLCN. l)riv«r Sleeps, Truck Rifled NEW PHILADELPHIA. O. tUPI —A thief jacked up Ihe trailer of a truck and stole a wheel and tire while the truck driver and his helper were asleep hi the cab. TOO LATK TO CLASS1FV ~"~ Ctioir prac- LOST / , I31aek Persian kitten, from 121'; •Chickasawba. REWARD. Notify Courier News. 28-ck-ti-'2 f]"l'm not goin' to look at a book when school's out—just fun like dancin' class, an' a fust aid .course, an' elocution an' piano lessons." ,-.--• : — PRESCRIPTIONS — Safe - - Accurate Fowler Drug Co. Your Prcscripliou Druggist Main & First Phone 141 ••/} I'lU'.UIM LUTUKKAN CIIL'KCII Sixth and Walnut Streets 1[. .1. Kfeintlifns(, pastor imdnij school and Bible c!ns> 9 a.m. Meriting wcrSliip 10 a.m. Sermon ople: "Lord, Teach Us Ha.v to P,ay." diuiday school picnic after Hie mcrning service. No evening worship tomorrow. Sunday school teachers will meet Iriday; 7:yb -p.m. A cordial welcome fuvcuts all viai- Icrs. F1IIST BAIT 1ST C1IVKOU \Valtmt and f-Jigiith Kcv. Alfrcii Carpenter, pastor S):20 a.m.. Bible .school. ',' • 1C:10 a.m. JWcrnin>f .worthip.-'rtl them. ".More Love to Ihce"—choir Cllertory sole, iliss Dolores I'snl- mcncls. ,Sermon —Jtrfm 1:1, "What DCDS It Mean?"—pastor. G:30 p.m. Training; unionr,. 7:30 p.m. Breniiij evangelistic ccivice.' Anthem, "llosamia"—choir. Clferlcry solo—Vibraharp. Sermon )astcr on the subject, "An Open Jible and a Burning Hearl." YCUIJJ People's meeting at 0:-15 .m. Preaching by the Rev. A. E. Holt, jastcr of (he Methodist Church at Milan, Tenn., at 7:30 o'clock. Publie, cordially invited to all our ;ei vices. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth (ieo. W. Patteriun, mhmtor 0:J5 a.m. Bible school, \V. O. Ceiirin, Mjperntendent. 11:00 a.m. Worship, communion and preaching. Sermon by the pas- ter. 6:45 -p.m. Youlh Council mcclius. :15 p.m. Worship and preaching. Sermon by the postw. Wednesday. 7:45 p.m. Singing and fellowship at Ihe hall. We mc=;. con Jolly fjivilc the public. Strangers in our city especially invited. Well try lo make yen gia-J that ran came our way. FIRST I'RESBYTEUIAN CHURCH S. II. Salmon, pastor A report of the General Assembly at Meridian, Miss., will be given by the pastor in the regular worship scivices at U a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday. What a:tually went on behind the scenes and \vhat \vas t]\e real importance ami meaning Nominees will be .selected for (lie forthcoming election of the Amcr- iman Jewish Congress. Following services the executive committee of the Youth League will meet. Cordial invitation is extended to all. VOLL GOSPEL TABERNACLE E. W. Crozier, pastor "When Will the Great, Wai- Come?" is the iijcoial message' to be Riven hy Ihe pastor Sund/xy night. Also d'o not forget to attend Ennday sobcol at 9:to a.m.. a class for all ages where the Bible is taujht. the morning worship at 11:0& a.m. and the P. Y. P. A., young people's service, at 7:01) o'ctcck when Roy Hajiley and Coy, Gcodson will l» speakers. . Everything for your «nler taiDinent and comfort. Admission Matinw! l«c &. 360 Admission Nicht ISc & 2Gc Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests today where he will catch a plane in ihe morning for c Los Atigelcs, Calif. He plans to spend the next, three months visiting friends and relatives over the country 'jelorc returning here September i. .Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. (larhin and Mrs. T. J. Bruce, of Pi^ott, spent yesterday ndernoon with 'Mrs. Itar- lan's sister, Mrs. VV. W. Shaver, and family. ~ T ' At the Hospitals Mis. Jodie Richardson WIIS Mr. and Mrs. Wcodrow Evnns. ol '• milted lo the Walls hospllal today "-uscra. visited Mr. .irs. Mnrvln [Kilmer W. E. Cannon is til al :hls weft:. MKs opal Tillman cut .'eiy kadly wiih a l-.oc -,'liile ch^nipin^ cotton. Marilyn Tlllman he iMl Miis Marliii IVJaicr liome We-lnccdny from .vherc- she hua been visiting mcle, Wooiirow Evans, Miss .fohnir jiai Sanilcva rc- cuvnKt home Moml»y Iron) Htill- iinn v-'here she has spent, the pn:,t three weeks with her ann(. Mrs. Emma I't-rry. ;• Oavo Clrecne. i;f M.iyfit'UI. Xy., returned to her liome Monday il'tcc huvlng :,ixiil a momli with her mother. Mis. Jim Caiman Mr. and Mrs. Pnul Bcl.?\v. tcach- " in the Tomato srhouis. epitrr- C3ine;l their puplli \vilh n \t\a\\- '.Vr.dp.esday. Om o. r !.yi-« '.ijitors. •Jtt'ifn'. were Mr;.. Kuj-'.ey Siavtoii j ind diuigcter. Ftanccp, of Manlh I !'he .-tiiQ-eiil,-, h r![ | (hen- final school pve:io:n Thuiviay mahi, 01 )a . u Evanrr sister, for n minor operation. lies-day, j Junior Crowe, son o( Mrs. Eva his l:ouic Cvowe, underwent n lonsilcdomy .today nt Ilie Ulythcville hospllal.' her left Kowana JollifT. of Mantlit, Is ill ill Men-Jay the Walls hospital trom bacillnry dysenteiy. is ill ;i! Sirs. Amos Master:;. of Cape CUi.-udcan, war. liroiighi lo the relmnni Walls hospital ycr.terdny ulteincon Luxoia in n Cobb ambulance. MIT.. II. Holmes, of Cnnilhcrs- *i)lc. undcrtvciit ;i mnjor operation last night at the Wi,ll s hos- moved from She Walls hospital to her home this afternoou in a Holt ambulance. Miss Eunice Biogdon was removed from Ihe Walls hospital to her hcmt' yesterday In a Cobb ambulance. F. J. Sielcr, of Hayll, Is a pa- licnt at Itc St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. Betty Jean Morris, of Bnssetl, has been admitted to the Memphis Baptist hospital. Ernest Wayne Dcntoii. of Luxora. is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Charles Stanley McCormick. ol Holland, underwent a minor operation tcdny ;il the Walk hospllal. Mrs, li. E. Mead, of .lolner. was dismissed from the Walb hospital tcday. Mrs. Allen l-indlnston and Infant son were removed from Ifie Walls bc.<ipitn] to 130S Chlct;,i£8n-ba avenue yesterday in a Hoil ambulance. Mis. C. E, Kolivyck will be re- City's Jail Is Sieve PORTEBVILLE. Cal. (OP)—This city is believed to have the most sieve-like Jail in the United States Five prisoners escaped by making perforations for themselves. The last one pried the bars off the window and escaped before the authorities had time to learn his name. 16:a2 - I:;OM It Mcan?' All-Church Night Wednesday 7:00 p.m. D;,-artment3l meetings 7:30 p.m. Mid-week service 8:15 p.m. Choir rehearsal. Vacation UibJe school starts Monday morning. THE KIHST- ASSEMBI/Y OF GO1> CliUHCH Seventh and Ash Streets A. S. Merril), pastor 9:'I5 a.m.—Sunday school 11:00 a.m.—Morning service 4:30 p.m. Jail service 5:30 -p.m.—Junior Christ Ambassador claw; 0:3fj p.m. Senior Christ Ambassador class 8:00 p.m.—Evanjcllslic service If you have not as yet attended these services, come out Sunday and enjoy the services of God. Come vs'ilh a prnise and worship in your heart lor God. and °o home feeling a whe!e lot better. FIKST METHODIST I'ilUKCH H, Lynn Wade, p:\slor E,u»ri;i- schocl at 9;-!. r > a.m.. S. li. Garrett. superintendent.. Vacation Bible school shirts Mcnday, Mav '.\d, at 8:30 o'clock. E. K. C.arrett. director. rioaUiini at II o'clock by (he CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SKKVICLS 78S W. Main "Ancieut and Modern Nccromau- cy. alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced" iu the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will hi read in -ill Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. May |20. 1»3S The Golden Text is "'I-akc heed that no man deceive you." Matthew 24 4 Among the citations which c'oni- prise the iLesson-Sennon is the following from the Bible: "Put on the ally allotted to the sermon. Sunday school at 3:45 a.m.. and Pioneers at 6:45 p.m., as usual. SATURDAY A GRAND ROUND-UP OF NEW STARS, NEW SONGS, NEW THRILL-FILLED ACTION! AttTRY i FROMWNERJDGE ' ISRAEL llcrnmu Pollack, Rabbi 1:3C p.m.—Religious school classes, hxaminations will be £iven to de- lennine Ihe best, student) in each <. 1- iE5. who will be awarded a. prize 3t Ihe Cotifirmatlon Service on June 5lh. li:30 p.m.—-Services. Selected readings from "Ethics of the Fathers". Theme of sermon: "The Trial of lirvcreud Niemosller". dealing \vith liis public utterances that brought him into conflict with Hitlerism. DIN1NG-- DANCING Special Dinners PLATE LUNCH SHORT ORDERS Private Booths Qlencee Cjiill ROXY Admission always lOc & 2Gc Matinees Sat & Sunday Night shows—Box Office Open 1:0° p.m. Shoira start 7:15 p.m. Last Times Today KWAClJONIWIHUt At 230 leet under water, ptec-surc is more than 99 pounds to the inch VFvSiT SIMPSON'S STATE MNF, TAVEK-S- DELICIOOS S'lEAKS- NEUS — (JOCnTEOUS SKH- VIWJ— PLKASilNT SUK- ROUND INGS. Ol'EX OAV ANfk MOONLIGHT EXCURS8ON and DANCi . IT Sail SfflKi Ultima 9:00 (im (l.'n Mitn Hitlm, il, J|,r,, | ,, or o,;,^) 'llrj,,,^ 7-. JUNK MSV /;,vcjjR,s/«,v THIS srmw; ' "'ill 1 "lill Injny il lir'lli ,,s , MI ;/,;« '":«"i'i'<i. m.,,?,. f i.,, r ..i ,..„,„.,!„„ „..„„„,, SIDNEY'S ll-PIECt "DIXiE COTTON PICKERS" ''I'm Inking my blank«fs to BI.YT II E VI 1,1., F, STEAM LAUNDRY to bo laimderecl now. Then, ivhen I put them away, they'll Ije clean and ne\v- lookiiij;!" For Belter Liiuudry atul Oty Cieaiihig STEAM IAUNDHY Also cartoon & serial "Treasure Island." Continuous showing. Admission till 5:0fl p.m. LOc & Utic Admission after 5 n.m. I6c A- Hie TUESDAY WILL NOT BE r-Af, NIGHT s Sunday - Monday .WOYOURIIFE... Also cartoon & serial "Flash Gordon to Mars." Continuous showins Saturday. Sunday - Monday PAL MIGHTS! ?• admitted for th«j price of I House OICK PORCEU ANN SHERIDAN -wm. Horn* • noa swu Fox N«ws iV Comedy most lovcbla rogue that evei out lo win fome,foftun«ond the love of a beautiful girl t'afaninunl News v v- C Adn. Sun. iM,nl. A: NiRlil |(5,. Adir.isMiin MOII. ^[.ilini-r if), Adniissioji .Mnnd.iy Xi-hl lij,.

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