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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 10, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNK 10, 19-10 Miss Needhani Wed In Houston, Texas Mr and M«*'.6 M. Needham ha\e announced the marriage ol their da'ughter, Miss' Virginia Necdham, io^'.Fred Hnrgis ot Houston,, T*iaii! The weddlr*" *as solemnized June 3 in^t Church of' , Since her ft thcville SUfhs his been Dorothy Robinson Wed To Robert Lewis Pierce Miss Dorothy Annis Robinson, daughter of Mrs. Amos Elmer Kob- Inson, of Lcachvlltc, and Hie Into Dr. Hoblnson. bei'ame (he bride yesterday afternoon, .1:30 o'clock, of Robert U'Wls Pierce o[ Lcauli- soleiuniijed i\i First JJanllsl, Clmn of i^cfivjiic. j;vf fhi^'-Rcv. R. )•:. L Iicrtr.denJj'e%>d'Wcthodlst minister; nssislcd by the""Rev. lie) :h Side Lutheran | ville, son 0 ( Mr. and Mrs. Lewis iChrislpplier ,l"f'^.J>*. Loachvlllc. tlon from Ely-I The" do'ubio'-i'hfg 'ceremony was ihool, the bride soleiuniijed af First jBanllsi, church by the Weslern iny, having l>\of various offices ruws and Loulsmla. pastor, 'assigned at Para- The selling for Ihe wedding party wns in green nnd while wilh tapers burning in branched candelabra. Southern huckleberry formed a background for urns of white gladioli, nrrnniicd with palms nnd fern trees and the green foliage decorated the doorways. Cnmllcn were lighted by (.he bride's cousin. Loivls Ellis, of Memphis. A program "f music was presented by Mrs. Stanley Ilnncock of Lenchville, pianist, nnd Hob fian- Jr.. of Memphis, vocalist. She has .been.. could for the past six months. Mr. Harris 'served with the Armed Forces :iiju"fi>«. Pacific Theater in the communications branches. They will-'inalte their home In Houston, '>'her a he is connected with the '..Houston Electric Company. • •'-.••'.'-.-, HonorccPMih Party -••.•>•. ',-*:•-. Ray TrnnQiiim wns guest of honor Friday aftonipon when his mother, Mrs. C. O.-iTrantham, nnd svand- mothcr, 'Mrt"-Kalie Cumiiiighinn, • entcitaine^'yilK a party In observance of his '.eighth birthday. numbers during the reception. Mrs. c. Ei::3 of Memphis, mint of the bride, liad charge of the bride's book. The living room was decorated with buui|uel.s or Valencia gladioli with Chinese fern over the mirror above tin 1 mantel. The,dining, room, was in whlti; with/whlle gladioli and while candles burning in triple branched silver ! cAndclnhra. ' 1'laeed around the foiir-ller«l wedding cake wore white nardenlas with nosegays of white roses at three corners of the table. Tlr; table was overlaid with n culw/n-k linen cloth. ' After the reception, the bi'idc and bridegroom left for a weddinc trlj), following which they will return to Leachville to make their home. For travel, she wore a Terry Mitcholl original dress of arum Mue ivltli a white orchid .shoulder corsage and white accessories. Gther out-of-town guests included Mrs. C. I!. MeElroy, Jack Morris, Mr. and Mr.s. Ehuer llrowu, Mr imd Mrs. [1. Ci. Nelson. Mrs. John- yo Alexiincloi 1 , Miss Jean Alexun dor, all of Memuhls. Miss Aline Olbbins of Little Hook. Calhci Uig-jit the Tranthnm home, 201 West -Vine, were 30 of Hay's the flftcriTOon . were served ^ r] cream and Mrs. Hancock, who wore n while Dr . n , 1<t Mrs . o . C. Simmers. Mis,.,, <lres s wilh n corsage <if pink roses. Dcima uml Joy Fnitli. Miss Kli/.'.id,. I.u;ic" and "All, ucl h. tee. nil of Bits of News Mostly, Personal Miss Marie Iglcluirt has returned to Detroit, after having sp?nt the past six months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Icli'lmrt, at their home in Dell, 1 and her sister, Mrs. Uoh Burton and family, of Jlly- Ihcvllle. played "Glair Sweet Mystery of Lift;" before the ceremony niid "llecausc!" during tile exchange of vows, .She plnyed ucdtlhiu marches, "Hi'i- I'arilKOUld; Or. mid Mrs. H. -A. Slroiul, Mrs. Paul Strand. .Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Liill,-:'- loh. Mr. nnd Mrs. J.' C. Cilbbinii, Aldwln Dryer. Cioldic Tiillfy. Class Party. Given Friday.'Afternoon The Dorcas Sunday School Class of first Baptist Church met Friday afternoon at the church for n husi- , Mr.'-. SantlBi's song "I Love Von Truly" and "Because 1 ." Mr.s. Jack Morris of Memphis was Ihe Mile's matron of honor nnd bridesmaids were Mis. Lloyd l-«nc Jr.. sister of the bridegroom. :-.,—,'. .-- - , nnd Winnie Marie-, Patterson, ness and.SQCtal session. Mrs. H. 1, |, 0 ( h of Li-nchvlllo Chambers and Mrs. Pearl Hires wen: hostesses.' Mrs. JohM Johnson, president, was in chargq'.b'f* the meeting and nave the devotional. Mrs. A. S. Gilbert led in prayer. Mrs. Jol)n;6n conducted the business session,. after which refreshments ofwtKsscrt course with cold drinks wcfeVscrved. Mrs. Haniby Hostess To HerjJCliib Saturday Mrs. Joe Hamby wns hostess Saturday 1 '"nfternoon to members ol the Double. F°"r Bridge Club wllh a purly Vat her home,-on South Elm. • \.' : . 'The honiS was decorated wilh Rummer 1 ^flowers. ' ' When; ikjridge was played, high score prize v went to Mrs. Hamby. second I6 l - Mrs. Roy Ron Mid low to Mrs. Joe Huyhcs. the hostess served Iced Orinks. Events '." MONDAY r Mrs. Mamie Brewstcr entertains members''Of Royal Neighbors ol Amt'iica at' her home, 1500 West Main. Mrs. T. - W. Jeffries hoslcss to Members' of olcnnors Sunda School Class of First Bnptis Church, 7:30 o'clock. TUESDAY Daughters of the American Revo hit ion meeting nt Hotel Noble, o'clock. '\^lth Mrs. Aubrey Conwa; nnd Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, hostesses Mrs. .Max B. Peid entertain 'Tuesday Bridge Club Double'G Club meeting with Mrs Robert A. Porter. • -WEDNESDAY Mrs. O." W. McCutchen ho£ Town and Country Bridge Club. £ i \ s . . THURSDAY ** '' ' Entre 'Nous Club meeting' Mrs. Theodore Logon. with . . GNI3 blub members guests of Mrs. Jon Fitzphtrlck. Mrs. J. T. Hickmau hostess Lo Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Fidclis Sunday School Class of First 'Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Can.Haley for- pot-luck s"p- FRIDAY CBC Club meeting with Mrs. Ross 'llu-y wore identical dresses of 1 crystalline white jersey combined'' with lulie. over taffeta. The bateau neck of the quaint jersey bodice wns outlined with a deeper border i>f eyelet embroidery, also used fo finish the brief sln?\>:s nnd « jewel button belt trimmed the si line. The doubienet gathered skirls ',\erc worn over crinoline pe' - tlconLs. . . ' KnbJ|T cfii-rlej n bouffucl of vnl- ciiei:i yladloli and wore white Klad- ioU in Iheir hair. Tbe matron of honor's daughter, Gay Morris, wns Ihe bride's flower girl. Stie wore n while net dress fashioned aloni; lines Hfco Unit of Ihe bride and carried 1 a bouquet of ntencia gladioli. Mr.s. Morris was lower girl nl the wedding of t'ne' .ride's parents. ' '. • The hride' w'ns given ln^narrllfiic iy her cousin, C. B. Mclflfoy, 'tif \Iempl'.l!i. . ;.-•.• .""'" '"•'.' She wore' a gown "f oriRlrinl deign of imported eyelet embroidered nonss?Mnc <l c snie over brid.ij sat- n. The long bnsque pointed low in rout and buck, fastened with mill-" .atuie self covered billions to the Hi]) line. f rlie transparent decollete, yoke was finished wllh n narrow nverled u'uche, appHtiui'd with eceu ijearl emljroidery. Tbe fitted yorcd skirl Hlaved Inlo grucL'ful fullness which developed into voluminous folds, extending into n long train. . 'I'he veil was of misty English illusion which fell from n rcgil tlarn of seed pearl. She carried n bouquet of white .stepliniiolis arranged with pnffs of satin ribbon and centered with a white purple- lipprd ort'hid. Jack Pierce wns his brother's best man nnd ushers were Hnlph pierce, another brother of the bridegroom, nnd Rny Stewart, nlso of Fallowing [he ceremony, a reception wns held nt the home of the bride's mother. .Mrs.-.Robinson wore a white nylon dress emoroidcred wilh yellow and green. Her corsage wns of yellow roses nnd she wore whilf, necessaries. Tiip bridegroom's mother \vor. a t'AO-piece gold gabardine ensemble with a black cliiffon blovisc nnt i black accessories. Tier corsage ol Talisman ro.sos. Assisting in receiving jiuests nerving were Mrs. Bub llrynnt. Mrs ora, Mr. and Mrs. Noil Sloan ot Wnlniit Ridge, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joini K. Gibson of Lnurnlown, Ark., Mr:;. Myrtle Willie Pierce, of Sennit;, Mo.. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. II. HnrnuU "of Cradwell. Mo,. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Slovens of Dell. Mrs, J. M. Williams, Mr.s. L. C. Hubbard of Monette; Mr.s. Gone plcemnn of Mnnitn; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Sheoks Corning. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porler, nnd Mrs. Roland Green, D]'. air.i Mrs. P. L. Husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wnllace Hoke, Miss Frances Little. Mrs. Cecil Shnne, Mrs. 13. A. Lynch. Jack Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. p. A. Rogers and children. James and Mac Beth, have returned from Dcnton, Texas, where they motored for the Krnrt- uallon of (heir daughler and sister, Miss Ila Rogers, from Texas Stale Cu]lei,'[> for Women. Mis;; Rogers, who accompanied (lie family home received a bachelor of science degree u]x>n her graduation, Marcia Lon McGregor,, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Karl McGregor, has gone to, where she will I.e the guest of her uncle and aunt, the Rev. and Mr.s. Hal Gallop, who motored here there after spending a brief visit here wllh Mr. nnd Mrs. McGregor. While I here. Mari'la Lou will attend a Vacation Dllilc School of the j w |, Haptlst Church, of which Ihe Rev. altt Mr. G.allop is pastor. Mrs. -T. R. Watson has returned from Helena, wiiure slip was the guest of hin 1 daughter. Mrs. William Taush. and family. Miss Jacqueline Dufhilo of New- Orleans, La., has arrived for a visit of several weeks as guest of her aunt, Mrs. Cornelius Mndmger, and family, lO-ITi West Walnut. Hhi> was met In Memphis by Mrs. Mculln-fci' and her mother, Mrs. Joseph Hodgson. Mrs. Mike Mcroncy. 'MO North of | Fifth, has reiurni'd from Walnut. JMiss., where she was guest of her Mr. | sister. Miss Pay Alexander. R. A % Frlcnd. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend, 105B Holly, and Don Wright, son i>f Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wright. flOG West Ash. have ({on'c At The Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Admitted: .;, 1). Watford, clly. Mrs. Kutinn Ilinson, city. Mrs C. G. Wilson, Sleele. Mo. Mis. Isaac Asliley. city. Mrs. (i. li. Brown, city. ]>;KII: McKay, city. Xubby McDanlcl, clly. Mrs. H, E, Jackson, city. Walls Mo£|)ilul Admitted: >Mrs. Cinile Turner, Stccle, Mo. Joy Denn Hodge, lirngg City, Mo Hobby Joe liay, city. Mr.s. K. K. Uangh. Hughes, Ari. Mm Kcclick. city. Mrs. Hassell Hall. Luxora. .Ic'iiy Alvin Hail, Ltixorn. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jack nil- ford, Dell, a daughter yesterday, liorn ^o Mr. and Mrs. Tra Walters city, a daughter yesterday. Dismissed: Mrs. H. S. Simmons, Dell. D. H. Holmes. Tyler, Mo. Billlc Sue Hanley, city. Mrs. Mary French, Hayti, Mo, Mrs. C. li. Long, clly. Audrey McCnll, city. Harrison Allen, city. Mi's. -Jess Flcctnnn, l.eachvilie. Admit ted: Mrs. '/.odle McCJee. Osceoln. Cmlis Strange Jr., Oscc.jh'. Mrs. Horn Walker. Manila. Wedding Solemnized Fn Hernando, Miss. Miss Laura Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ixjn Moore, became he bride of Douthltt Whltfleld. ;on of Mrs. Li//a Whltfleld, all of Stcele. In a ceremony May 30 In Hornando. Miss. The Rev. William Holl, Methodist minister, officiated at his home. Doth the bride and bridegroom were members of Ihe Stcolc High. School graduating class of 1940. They will make Iheir home in Slcele. Conducts Kindergarten Miss EltoibDlli Halslead began her Summer kindergarleii for children from the ages ot three to six today at her home, H37 Ash. Clilldven are enroling Ihls week for the kindei 1 - :aitcn and play period, from i):at) o'cloel: to 12 o'clock each morning. Miss K nut son Wed To Verlin H. Woody Miss Lcona Knutson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knutson of Seattle, Wash, became the hrid or PFC. Vcrlln H. Woody, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Woody of Gibson community, Mo. The wedding was solemnized May 10 in Seattle. Private WOody is stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash. Tile .slolh has an average speed of one mile l n nix nnd one-half hours, according to estimates. The animals ahvays travels head down, nnd novel 1 , lets j-,o of one branch until It has a firm grip on the next. The United states harvests ahout 00,000 tons of honey annually. niitl family. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Hardln and sou. S. T. Ill; wore guests this Wcikcnd In lirouklnnd. where they visited his parents'and ulhcr relit- llvc:;. Comiition uf Mrs. Hardin, has liciiii ill with a thr'oat •sir' ailmenl. is much improved l.nnii' lirlce of Port Chicago. Calii.. is Ihe gui'St, ol his mother. Mr;. J. I). Ailkins, and Mr. Adkins T. P. Wright will return tomorrow from Dallas. Texas, lo be wilh Ills grandmother. Mrs. Cecil Kliane, 1001 West Main. Me will In :K t-inri|i::ni( (I by his father, Cokini-1 Wrkht. with whom lio has been visiting in Texas the past few Colonel Wright will go from here io Washington, D, rj., whr-rr he is temporarily stationed. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Iteen Smith, Owner tncram Bid*. Phone S27« CAItr> OF-THANKS Words' cannot, 'express our gral- Itudp to those who helped during thi! Illness 'and.dealh of our father and brother. Leslie Bevill. and cs- liecially do we (hank those who brought (lowers, and Brother P. H. Jernigan. Also Ihe ' singers and Coljh Funeral Home. Essie- Cade, daughler. C^arlos rie\'il, son. Rubp, Ollin and Portis Bevill. brolhers Sophia Davis. Etta Powers. I,ula Ftarfoid. Maysill Hawkins and Nell Bates, Sisters. FLUSH KIDNEY URINE Befiefit wonderfully from famou 4octor'i discovery llut relieve! fcackicbe, ran - do w a feeling due to excess acidity in ite urine Peopl* •vcrvwhir* «r« finding «m*zlM rtllif from painful symptoms of bl»jd*f Irritation caustd by excess acidity In tb« url««. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT *ci» r«*t on tte kiiino-* to dEscomloct by urojuotliiE the itow of urine. Thl* pttr* horbaV medicine I* especJally velcon* wh«r« bladder JrnUticm duo to CKCIE* acidity Is ic$i>on«iblu for "gelling up at »*ebts". A carefully blended combination of tG kerb*, root*, vegetables, balsam; Dr. Kilmer'i contains nothing harsh, la absolutely non-habit forming. Just food In- «rcdl*nU that many pcopl* *•/ b«v* • marvctaum tiitct. Send for frtti, prepaid sample TODAY) Lilt, thousand. O f other* you'U bt «lad that you did. .Send name and aJdrtts t» Department A, Kilmer & Co- lie.. Box 1255, Stamford, C«nn. Offer Ifffilted. Send at one*, Ail dru*ftftU Mil Swamp ReoU lo Hnrdy when; they will sissLsL L. L. vine. Piniey Robinson, A. E. Hnntlcy, Mr. nnd Mr.;, j Ward Jr.. at his camp. Rio Vista er Alexander, nil of Hlylhi!- this Stmunt'r. Mr. ami Mrs. J. Fanis -McCnlln niid daughter, Jcimy Wn?n, have, moved into their new Home .nt 1 JO.'V West Walnut which they recently" purchnscd from Dr. nnd Mrs. M. I/. Skaller. They huve been mailing their home for several years with Former Blythev'illc Man To Operate Airport L. C. Posey Jr., rormerty in Lhc Army Air Corps, Is one of three \ owners who hns established nn airport .ttt Newport, Ky. To be known us Ross Airport, the field fs culled the Cunipbiill County, Kentucky, ulrport .and Ls one nf-Uvo fields Jtn Northern Kentucky, Uccuw^* to h nil (Ho passengers. The owners wore in the'Army Air Forces at the same time, ctich loving more thun 1,000 honu; in the ir, prior to Ihulr clischtu^e, Mr. nnd Mrs. Posuy havj; 10- urned to Newport after ;i visit hour with his parent.'?, Mr. uncl Mrs. L. C. Poscy. 217 Enst Dnvls. Reared in BlythcvIUe, the new irport owner wus .graduated frnm Blythevltle High Schtml in 1H39. )Hor to entering service. Mrs. McCalln's mother. Mrs. G. W. Dillalnmly, hnvmg n\ove<i there when Mr. McCalla cnterc*! Naval service. vMrs. Edgnr Borum js ill ol her honicT 1022 V?est Holly> '•,. jj 1 .ircgory 11, Atkins, who is employed in Marion. Ark., spenl 111? weekend here with his grand'pnr" nls. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ihnnish. ll.-ivca more sl mct-ful riKitiif. No init. N ciinic.ii le lntclii-s, ix butter, you 'Simply nil them down wln-n yiu enjoy delicious (vitn .17 if K on v*rr - liKOS. D1UH For* Your Stanley's Household Cleaning Chcmlculs, Furniture ClcniHT, Wiiidnsv Clc-itiicr, Wood- ivork (;ii-ancr Call MKS. Al.HA This Rrrnt incdtrlno Is /niiions to rclLnvn ^iiilii, iHfrvons tll'tlfi.'™ '»»^ wenk. cnxnky, 'tlrnSKi-'d ovik 1 fcRlluj.;s, of such clnya -— ivlien tlur; to ftimul* runctloiml monthly t SKIN SUCCESS OINTMENT LYBIA £. PINKIUM'S Complete Outfits fnr Hip Little Stranger :uiil for Little Folks up to 0 yen rs Choose Your Vrnm Our Well Slocked LKNDING IJIiKAKY ORDfR TKfM NOW (ROM lONE'S Beauty Shop is nfjain open in temporary qiiiirtcrs at 809 West Ash St. I'hone TOO FAT? Get SLIMMER this vitamin candy way •»••••••••••••••••»•••••••t»•*•••••» 1IMDL Moore. I.;;;;: Junior r,oynl Assocmtfon of First Bnplist cliurch will meet »l tUc church, 3:30 p.m. Junior Fellowship of First odist church meeting nt the church. 3:45 p.m. Hiett. Mrs. C. L. Smith and Mrs. Lelnnd Slewarl. of Lcuch- Mrs. Lewis Ellis of Memphis Mrs. Aldwin Dryer of Jones- IKII'O. Mrs. Hancock presented Read Courier News Want Ads. S80TIE STING, HOI, BURN OFnTNEMftEIUSKS \Vb«n day* m»ie and the niehto Korch, t!ctn T t Buffer tbo torture of attoging heat rasli. Sprinkle on Mexsana, Uw tnwli- cate-d powder that aoothea minor irntA- taonsf.f the skiii. Kases theating of clmfo that ! *; co 11** more troulilewiind in hot weather. S*\-c oa laxfaBuea of ?Jcxstaiia- St.Joseph ASPIRIN 100 TABLETS 3K WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 104 Distinctive Greeting Cards and Gifts for Father's Day Sunday, June Kith r you gel ihe moil in ality ond «olu» — yecu liu-AM Quality Li Higher Pot O'Bryanf llcttcr Jewelry Alain and Second SI. Phono 3261 ••••••••»••«••••••••••«»•••••••••••i RADIO REPAIR m»k« 2 day Service on any PHONE 2*42 C»tl for ami Deliver •K FARM LOANS 1 ,-•-.;- Favni_ loans inailn lo fil your individunl ncoils. Our rc-pa'ymcnl ]irivilngc' granlcrt all borrowers. Lot '.!.•=. explain' onv Prc-l'ayiiient Reserve Plan. NO EXTRA CHARGES—NO APPLICATION, APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION If we arrange a loan wilh yovi il is good business for us lo make it fil your needs bocauso farm loans are a good investment only when lliey are good for Hie farm owner. NOBLE GILL AGENCY Glencoc Rldg;'. • • - Phono 3131. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. fit at State Line 1'hon: Hlvthevitlc 7M Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call lo us will arrange lo have your rfimembrnncps sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask nhoul tliis plan. I'"l FLO WER SHOP i.C.n. Berrlce w« HellTrr Anywhcrs l»l Mn>. J. M. IMao) Williams, owner Ulriicoe ISMf. Sheer, fresh Priicilla curlair.s in a wide variety of widths and lenglhs and in three qualities of fabric. All wilh deep 5'/2 inch ruffles and liubacks. The Good Quality curtain is mad» of carefully combed and »nercer!zed cotlon marquisette. The Befl*r Qualify curtain of finer, closer weave, no starching necessary. The Be$t Quality of beautiful, iheer cotton marquisette, less than 2% shrinkage. Widths, 33" lo 95". lengths to 90". In Ihe Midtummer Sale Book ot .;» (ru/n> _ 2.142 Hlvthcvillo. Ark. MONTGOMERY WARD Know Your Compony Check These Fads . . National Life Insurance Company Iliinic "Office jioniiidici- VERMONT is onu nf thr OI.DKST Life Insurance Coni- |i;inics in tlu: Unit I'd Sliilcs ... A l.i'juler in I.()\V N 7 ot cost Lite Insurance. Continuous Shows Every Day Boi Office Opens 1:4I Show Ht«rt« 2:«« I,ISTF.N TO Kl.CN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 1:30 p.m. Last Time Today The Sailor Takes a Wife wilh Knherl V.'nlker .t June Allysoji Selected Slir.rl Sntiji-ct^. Continuous sltowing every day l^neadity A Wednesdav 'Letter for Evie 7 with Marsha Hunt and John Carroll • , .Scleuti-d Short Subjf-cls Continuous shuwhig r.vKry day. Coming Soon to Hie Kitz: 01LDA with Rita Hayworth and Glenn Pord MISS SUSIE SLACiLE'S with Sonny Tufts & Veronica Lake SARATOGA TRUNK with Ingrid Bcrgmann & Gary Cooper -, ~ PROM THIS DAY FORWARD WU'Bj Joan Fontaine .t Mark Stevens THE BELLS OP ST. MARY'S witU Bing Crosby <& Ingricl Bcrg- mann It Will Pay You To See Jack W. Powell About Your Tnsurnncu I'liniip ssiii nr wiilc Jliiv fifll HI.YTIMCVILI.K, AUK. Matinees Sal. .t Sun. Only Box Office Opens G:M; Show Slarll .; €:-)5 P. M. Earli Kvpning ! Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts T:15 .•C'«n]tinuons Shows Sat. and Sun. Barcnin NiRlil Every Niglil Exrepl Salunlay. No passes liorioreil on Sunday ut Ihe Koxy. Last Time Today Show Business wilh Eddie Cnnlor, Klnriih Fnx News nntl Selected Shnrt^ TIIKSIIAY and WEDNESDAY IHH1IIM-: FKATIIKK "iger Shark' WASH TUBES C'WONAWSH. HOW WE'LL OPEN THE EVES OF THAT SKEPTICAL BUNCH Or TCCHN1C1MS |M TOO BAD VOLJR IRAPtdGETWR.ISH .MS M.I FOB NOrniMG. MCSWLL.BUT vou VOU CA^ U5F IT, WE. \\'S5£. TO RC-UIH TEST TtlF mSANIliWOUt UEFD?1T O.M TH« ABECNATHY IftNP NEftR. IK LOCO! T, VE5. WE THINK WEVE FOUND TRPiCES Cf THS ORE OUT WEST- <5C;N6 OUT WERE NEM' WEEK TO WAKE SUSE BEFORE I BIN m TCA CTWr 6€T THAT THE F.R.I. WKHCPINSFCfc BUT ITS SESN A PLEASUtt WORK!NS WITH VOU! OlIR ENSINEECWG CEPtVWAEN'! with iMward G. Roliinson HE MAOS'f GOT f\SX3WSR PlI-WHEEl- LEFT IN HI'j HI DE. RTDE R-' 1DO OUOHT lODEl^WSHOW — VJAKSTAJO&? VINCENT PRICE • LYNN BAM OI'Ktcd by ALFRED WERKER I>i<x)uc«d by AUBREY SCHENCK » IN tiNiHTnt KTMI

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