The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 17, 1944 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 17, 1944
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 17,'1944 PLYTflEVILLB (ARK.); 1 eoXJBffiK ' M|fc. Williams Entertains For Her Two Houseguesls Mis. colonel Nelson of okmulgec, Gkltt,, and Mrs. Franklin llorlon of Hope, Ark., both of whom arc visiting in the. Mnilon Williams home, were complimented yesterday morning when Mrs. Williiime enter- Inlncd will) an Informal coca-cola party-. Appioxhniilely 45 guests ' called between lhc hours of 10 and 12 o'clock,''to meet the guests of honor. : V flowers wore arranged throughout the enterlainlnB rooms of (he house, while the refreshment Inble/covered with a lace cloib, was centered with a low crystal bowl of purple petunias. VRnex of deep rose crepe myrtle were used under the mirrors on eilher side of tho.tnble, to complete the purple and rose crlor scheme in the dinim> room. Mrs. Willituns was assisted in entertaining b v several of her friends. Inclndhr,' Mrs. Chris TompWiis. Mrs. Gene Teaford, Mrs. E. F., Fill): Mrs. nixie Crawford, Mrs. R. K. ninylock and Mrs. c W Afftlck. • * • Mrs. Evrarcl Compliments Jeannetta Jeanne Sebatigli Miss JeaiineKa Jeanne Sclraugh, who is being complimented at a scries of parlies prior to her marriage on Sept. 2. lo Lieut, Dale S. Briggs of Tulsn, Okla., and Cliaiitl- ler, ;Ariz., was guest of honor last night when Mrs. Marcus Evraid entertninod with a miscellaneous shower nt her home on Highway 61 North. included 1C of Miss Sen's most intimate friends. low liowl of pink rosebuds, stephanotis and fern, flanked with wbitc tapers in sliver candelabra, lormed the centerpiece for the refreshment labie, while the pink and while color scheme was further carried nut with vases of rosebuds and slephanotis arranged throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Kvrarri presented the bririo- eleet with a cookbook in which each of the guests Inscribed her favorite recipe, together wilh her snapshot. J.Jiss Sebaugli and Mrs. M. N. Young were presented with gills in tlic bridal contest played din-Ins,' the evening. ' A dessert course was served before- the j>iiasi of honor was presented with her gifts. Telephone Employees Entertain For Manager A: M. Elubeck of Joncsboro, district manager for Southwestern. Bell-Telephone Cnmpnny, 4 wns--giiesf ol honor last nlglit at a dinner party given by local employees of the firm Mr. Hnbeck ivill leave soon for Fort Smith, where he has been bV Colonial Hoom of Hole! No- Wiis the setting- for the parly, •with the dinner table centered with a mixed bouquet of garden flowers arranged in a crystal bowl. Handmade place cards in the form of mlnlnlurc telephones, complete with receivers and cords, cords, marked the- places of (lie guests with their telephone numbers inscribed on them instead of their names. A three course dinner was served, and later hi the evening the 14 guests went to the home of Miss Helen Grimes /or several hours of dancing. Out-of-town eue.sts in addition to Mr. Hnbeck were George Rain of Joneshoro, wilo replaces Mr. Rubeck. as district manager, and E. C. Schilling of Little Rock. Club Is Entertained Mr and Mrs GITS Ehcrdt entertained eight members of the Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club Insir night lit their home, when iy>t visitors also were present. itr.t. J. A. Salibn presided over _j&. Orie.f tailless session which preceded Che social hour. Bunco was played during the evcninsj. with traveling prize won try J. T. Wcstbrook, nnd high scores by Mrs. George Barbara and J D. .Smith. . Late In the evening the guest were served iced walermelon on tlic lawn of Ihe Eberdt home, and Miss Ann Wartli entertained tile guests wilh several accordion selections. Guests in addition to club members were Dr. J. A. Saliba. J. D. Smitli, Mr. and Mrs. j. T. Westbrook. Miss Vernn Miss Ann Wartli. Miss Ethel May Eberdt and Miss Jnaniia Eberdt. Steam Corn-on-Cob In Husks Corn is sleamcd in husk wlih lli.vme. buKcr nr margarine. BY UAVNOR iMAI»)OX NE,V SUfC Writer Ever tried steamed com? strip off much of the outer husk. Remove silk. Then, with sharp knife, cut the cob itself free from Ihe base end of Ihe stem and husks. Tie the remaining husks with siring about the cob. Place in heavy kettle with very little boiling water. Cover and steam from 8 to 10 minutes. Green Fcjipcrs Will) Corn PuJdlni; (Serves 4) Four green peppers, 2 cups corn, '.4 cup hot milk, 2 tablespoons butter or fortified margarine, \'~ teaspoon salt, v, teaspoon sugar, ',4 teaspoon powdered mace, 2 eggs. Select medium, regular-sized green peppers; cut off tops and remove seeds. Cover with boiling sailed water and parboil 5 minutes Drain but save (In- water. Mix corn «Hli remaining ingredients. Fill the green pepper .cups-place In baking dish small enough to hold peppers upright, fill bottom of disli with water In which peppers were cooked. Duke In moderate oven (50 degrees !•'.) about 25 minutes until cam cuslard in the peppers is set, and brown over the top. Creamed l.imas and Corn Two cups green lima beans; !/, cup botlina waler, >,<. teaspoon sugar, '.'..teaspoon salt, 2 Inblespoons butter or fortified margarine 1 cup rink' Cllt f ''° ln "*' Vi c " p (op : Wash licnas; add boiling water sugar, salt. Simmer together '5 minutes. Add Ihe i-cnminlng inRvc- [lient-s and continue cooking until ccrn Is well cooked but not overcooked (about S minutes) Bits of News Mostly Personal Heads Air Army Visitors Are Honored Al Luncheon Parly Mrs. Chris Tompkins and Mrs. I,. H. Autry, both of Burdette. entertained- with a luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the Tompkins home In special compliment,.to Mrs. Colonel Nelson of Okmulgee, Okla.. and Mrs. Franklin Horlon of Hope, Ark., housejiuests of Mrs. Marion Williams and family. Fourteen guests allcndcd the informal affair. A profusion of mixed garden flowers were arranged throughout the house, while a three-course luncheon wns served at 'small tables In the jiving room and dining room. The afternoon wns spent In informal entertainment. Lawn Party Is Given' : Mrs. Ernestine Plagg and Miss Mildred Meadows entertained 10 al their friends with an informal lawn party Tuesday night at the Flap? home. Games were played for several hours, and after refreshments had been served,' the group went for n bicycle ride. • • • Birthday Party Is Given Sandra Crawford, , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. k Crawford,! celebrated her seventh Birthday. Monday afternoon when she Invjt- ' cd 15 girls and boys for an afternoon of nlay. Mrs. Crawford decorated the IVJMSC with pold and blue crepe paper, and the children played cames anri contests for several hours. Contest prizes were won by Verne Oec and Billy Ben Raines'. After the Rifts- brought by the guests liad been oncneri, Sandra, assisted by her mother, served refreshments of birthday cake nnd ice cream. At the Hnipitali Walls Hospital Admitted- Aubrey Guilds, S city. MLss Ellen Phillips, RL l ( city. Mrs. J. W. Johnson, city. Miss Odie Moody, Luxora. Djsmtssed— ' , Mrs. O. v. Arnold, city. Frank Hill, city. Louise Mullijis, city. ' Freddie Gore, city. Helen Allard, Cootcr, Mo. Mrs. Victor Crocker, Cooler, Ma Wollowdcan Cole, RL" 3, city. Blythcvtllc Hospital Admitted- Hoy Chambers. Hayli, Mo. .James Simrcll, Huylt, Mo. Dismissed— ,J. Samuel Phillips, Texarkana, •s^> W;, P?rnbp, city. Memphis Bap'iisi Httsjillal' Admitted— • . Charles G. Langslon, city. .- Waller Rowell, Osccola. •Jimmy Tliompklns, Burdclle. Memphis Melhodisl Hospital Admitted— Carolyn Lewis, Dye&s. Marks Self Absent FORT SHERIDAN, 111. (UP) — Army officers here believe Sgt, liob TJnmerman carried liio "riet.-ichcd and impersonal" attitude of platoon leaders a bit too far. While calling roll nt retreat he eiime to his own name .and shouted, "Timmcrmnn." No answer. Suddenly; Timmcrman said, "Oil, that's me," and erased Hie absent mark'hc had placed after his name. Mrs. Jlin 'r«ni|)klns and son, Jimmy, of Uurdcltc, wrnt to Memphis yesterday where Jimmy underwent medlciil Irenlment. Tlicy ex- licet to return home lonlnht. Mrs, Charles LnngMon of HIpley, 'lenii., and her (litugliler, -Miss Dorolliy LmiBston of Washington, D. C.. .s'-Jpijt ye.slordiiy |K(:'O as Biiral* of Mrs. Eunice Young. Mr. nii ( i Mrs. C. W. GnrrlBnu are sncndhiB tills week In Union City, Tenn., where they are visiting Ills mother, Mrs. M. F. OarrlBan. Mrs. n. A. Nelson and Mrs. K Don Smith spent today in Memphis, Chiv Gnrrlgnn, daiiKhlcr of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. \v. Oni-rigim. Is spend- l«l! the week at Garni) Mlruinlchec, nenr llnrdy. Ark. Charles c. Iiiuigston, who undor- wcnl n nnsal operation yesterday morning nl Memphis Jjunllsl Ho.s-- pllal. wa.s jiniirovocl today. • Mrs. Laiigston remained In Memphis with her husband, while Ills mother, Mrs. C. c. Ijiiiijson, who spent yesterday with him, 'relumed home last night. Pt-t. Franklin M. llorlon. who bus been stationed at Port Ouster, Mich., arrived ycslcrdjy nflcrncvni lo spend a brief furlough here with Mrs. Horton and thclv chtl- t'rai, who arc vjsltlng Mr. nn:l Mrs. Marion Wllllanw and fainlly for the month of Ansnst. The Mortons live In Hope, Ark., a'.ul Private Hoi ton U -being transferred lo Washington, D. C. Mrs. R. M. Heck left '/idiiy for Laccnler. Ky., where she wll Int- tend a reunion of old schoolmates i tomorrow before going Saturday I lo Padncah, Ky., where .she will Ibc joined by her sister, Mrs. W. . M. Elr.od of Kei'll Ky. Mrs. Heck land Mrs. Ehral then will BO lo I Detroit, Mich., for a visit with i Mrs. Becks son, Rny Beck, and her daughter, MLss Leila Beck, nnd also will go lo Durand, Mich., to attend the wedding of La- vuiine Plelclicf to Rny Beck, to lie solemnized next Thursday. r\'l. Eudorn . Fiurls of the Air WAC, stationed at, N. C., arrived yesterday to spend her 15-day furlough with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeise Fan Is aiv.l her sister, Mrs. Don;i":l Aycccfc nnd family. ; • Mr. and Mrs.- a. A. of Orccnvllle, Miss., arrived Jpday to spend several days'here'.vVitli their fons, .John niid Joe-SJiajiks , ii|id their I ( ani.iliiEs,.;M.r / nnd.JjIrsc^ivKto;; formerly. lived in DlyllicViileV, ' -'»' Mrs. Cornelius Modlng'er- •JrlAf Mflrenuficld, Ky., arrived ..this mornlnE .ror a visit vvithV..ginfI Sergeant Modlnger's parents;.: Mr. and Mrs. Modlngcr Sr., and family. Miss Joan Shanks is spending 11 l'.vo week's vacation In Hardy, Ark. Mrs. J. U Terrell and daughter. Faye, together wllh Mrs. Terrell's mother, Mrs, M. A, Slohcs of. Detroit, Mich., returned 'yesterday from Ripley, Miss., where t lhey spent several days. Mrs. :renc Wallace nnd h'er sister, Miss Jane Loflln, left 'Sunday SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON I»V WILLIAM K. OH.UOY, 1). I). 'Jlle sloiy of Samuel, prophet unit JiHllSt! in Israel, lender of his people, Is so rleh u human document Unit one Is templed to tenet ftbout the prophet and center nUcnllon on the man. 1'crlinps we rim devote 11 little Interest to the man behind (he prophet. Ills duly and destiny were nmrk- cd from thu bcgumlng. Not nil boys consecrated to sootl Insks by llielr nmlher.s fulfill (heir mothers' high purpose!, but Samuel confirmed Ills mother's plcclylnn of him u reHulous service; lio grew up ivllllii(;|y lu the service of Ell, Me hlnh priest 11 the (emplo, mid as ho served, mbtbcd Initnliut ntul discipline to nullify to become Kll's suceessor. le stunds iu conlrnsf lo Ell's Lieut.-Gen. f.ewls II. llrereton, above, comm'nnds the new M- lifd airborne nriny, first ot Us kind In military hislory. '1'lic new force is composed of 'i\\\ American and lirtllsh paratvoop mid glider units. Tuberculosis Poticnts Need Pajamas, Robes An appeal was Issued today by 'Mrs. C, O. linlnmn, executive secretary nl the Mississippi county Tuberculosis Assncliitlon. for uxsist- nncn In outlining Iwo patients who will leave next week for the Stale Simlioiliiui at IKmncvlllo for Ircnt- ment of tuberculosis. Men's pnjiunns In sl/.e C mid wnsh batlirebes are urgently needed by these (wo patients, Mrs. Hi'Uiimn said, iliouijU pnjanms nnd rolies of nny sl/c will lie acceptable, i\s eiich patient must bring these articles with llictn lo the sanltoiiiim, mill patlenls are comtmitly l)oh>[; v scnt by the Association. Aiiy<)ii c Imvliiu dlh/cr imjamns or a robe lo donate is asked to contact Mrs. Hcdmmi at phone 22117, •or leave Ihem id her home at DO I Heart) .Street. I lleait uourlur News Wfint Ad». - iai a Ihrec or four week's vii llon to be spent In linffalo ami New York, N. V., nnd at points In Canada. Mrs. Elvn Poe has returned from ft brief visit In.Memphis with her sister, Mrs. Ed Medarls. , Car! Paul of Long Di'iich. (Vilif., arrived yesterday for n visit wl'lli his sisters.Mrs. Klra roe and Mrs 13. P. Loflln. Johnson Grass r Exterminator IATLACIDE We will have a big supply Saturday this week. Get your ATLACIDE NOW E.C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. I'ho'nc S51 niyllicvlllc, Ark. DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights \:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Incl. Tai Sriioolboj' Alixcs It for 25c POCATELLO, Ida. (UP)—Lyman Horslcy. 13, American Palls, Ida-, | high school freshman, has worked up a highly profitable business. He hitch-hikes daily to the Pocatcllo air base post barber shop, where lie shines Of shoes—15 cents for a regular shine,- 25 cents when Ihe shoes require a "special cleaner." Lyinnn explains his special cleaner " " NOW" SHE SHOPS CASH AND CARRY Without Painful Backache " 0 " '"'?™ """'"t b,Mk<> ucpl.t for Do., n -, v by millioni (or nvcr Lyman explains his special cleaner ibViswiicr/ffirf^yVKnu K is "just one of my mixtures." <"•« ««o from your blood. G"'DM HELP WANTED Experienced meat cutters to manage meal departments In Osccola and Dlythcvlllc Kroger Stores. Salary and commission. Must have referral card from u. S. Employment Service. Write KKOGEK. GHOCEHV and BAKING CO., 105'! Florida Street,, Memphis, Tcnn., or pho. 2274, Joncsboro, Ark. 8-I2-8|)3 BERLOU 10 Year Guaranteed Moofhproofing Protects CLOTHING— RUGS—FURNITURE- DRAPES— BLAN KETS^-etc. Ask for the sched- ulc of reasonable prices. HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh and all work is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F.T.I). Service AVe Deliver Anywhere I'h. m .Mrs. J. si. (Mac) Williams, owhcr Glcncoc BIdg. Yon bet Poll Parrots arc worth campaign- ing for! Their famous fit makes them a favorilc with mothers and children alike. You'll understand why once we cxpcrlly fil your chiitl with a pair. Why not come in lomorro" "nd Icf us do just thai! Pol! At Popular Prices The Family Shoe Store .. llio Inter life nnd tht. n ['illtsni wllli wlilcli Siinuiel fnred 'nitlmc iiitlilessness lire In slrlklim onlriisl wltli (he iilctnre ol (lie cnlli!. child Brovvlils up in tbe t-inplc, Exleiinlniilloii of enemies (lien H'IIS on 11 le.wr scale tlmn tlic muss murders perpetrated Uiilny. In nil B (mute lilslor}' of tin; Jews, nev- lm« there been sueli slnunluer us our own t'mu wblcli hns seen ;be doom of millions. A«HK, tbe undent foe of Isrnel, wn.s tlie Hitler of Unit llniB, nnd H Is iiKiiliisl be buckuround of Ills iitroclous nets lint one must picture [lint, bloody id-no when Siinuiel with his mvn lidtirt, "hewed AJJIIK In ptcee.s liefnre Ihc Lord" (I Snmiicl lfl:3:t). l|. Is stern niirnillve tor our (lines. Al!uu tried to cover lli« Atrocities Ith smoolli words, but Sninuclwiis cli-ntless. "As thy sivord Imlli iniide women, so shull tliy 312 W. Main Phone 2342 - bnto sons, n sincere and devoted sl, a lover of Israel, lliorniiglily , •onsoerated lo the pi-olecllon mul .vi<lfnru nl his people. l!\ our more pt'iiceful days we joiild hnvc called Sainuel's lime uirt enviroinnent Uarbiiions and full >f brutality and ruthlessness. It Is -.'llh sud reflection Unit we spoak ol Ihem now i«i llme.s like our own, Did mother bo childless nmong women." I'Voin svtch secnes It is pleasant o lurn to nn yjilscde of rom'nntlc ">ve, and there Is one clmriieter In the slory of Snmm-l wlio deserves « little more, attention limn IIR usually nets. It is f.'lknnnh, (he fnth- cr uf Siniiiu;!, nnd In wh'at we nre lold of him we sco Hint Snimicl wns (he child of n duep nnd noble love. , According | 0 the custom : of Die time, Klkiinidi Imd more tlmn one wife. Tim clilldle.M JliuiiKili, whom lie Invert deeply, \vra (he object of rcprnncli diui ridicule I)y tlic other wife, 1'enlniinii, by whom he hud sons un<i ilu'ugtUors, When she wept In ni-lcf und wovild not ent tieciuisc of lier rlviil'fi Inunls, El- kiimih hted (o comfort her wltli lovlnn words, "Am I not belter to llii-u Hum 10 nuns?" There wns itcnllencss nurt Icndor- ni'ss cvc tiln (Inn. roiijch n (! e, mm n Is Kood lo remember liow niucli of Kentleiii'ss mul tenderness Ilievc Is todiiy, tlioiiuh (he elomls of trngedy mid suffering und cruelly hiinn lieuvllv over (he whole world. 1 think it was n I'Venchiniin who, In mivdnrkruil dnys of World Wur I, remiirked tlnit the wur would nut IHevent the coming of llic uprlni). H08TON (Ul')-Aftcr robbers liiul lukun llerlH>rt Bncll's wiillel- eonliilnlnu *SO, one of them tossed buck the empty billfold, remnrklni;, "Umlhw Is luui-li lo (jet these diiyK, build}', inn! If ynu keep workltiff luud you'll imvo somcthlni; elso to (Hit In It soon." . . . O. O. Blklns. - - . .. 400 Club 'iiicctlng Hltli- fnyclte Mays.. ••'.-:«-".>. PERMANENT WAVE (»ERMAMeNT WAVeKIT ri>i)lnifisrvi'iyl]i]iip»<i(U'C((,—(wrni.diom wnvc Bi'lulUiH, Clllli-ts, K|I:IIIUXM) hint WJivc ^rl. |!;INV a>l>ultlni! vnur Mi ti|<liicililrr>. liutMiiiiihn wnilliw. f.'Arirni-Jfiirl-Ainnltti'i |:ITBHI n-ll- i"E hi>(il4 ivniiniirul wnvckll. Col »|ir li«1:iy al Klrby Dros. Dnin fe'to'rc rind nil drug Ntores. H 'J OWT,0,RUJIj. DRESSES \ AND LOSE FRIENDS T'I"S lugi'c htm some (ji'ls lose ilicir:. •*- fiicods anil ruin ihcir ilrcssts lie- cims^of pcispintinn odor ami suins. \ ' ' And liicfc'i no excuse (<ic It. It's fitly • ( ';uis'jvctlicsscs; li'swy idiavcfticiuls. Use Arrid,' ihc new acani'dcoiloV-''" nut llui liclj>s !cct[i four .irj|i|ii[s iltf ami tcintivt'S ttic uiltn from paspiu- lion. Arriil is sifc anil dependable for ilicse/ir- [C.ISCJU1: , 1. Auiil docs nm iimitc skin. Docs ^ 1101 lot Jicsics or men's shins. 2. Prevent: !inilci-nm odor. Helps sioji pcisjiiiiiiiim sufcly, ''. 3. A ]uue, while, aniiscpiic, stuiii- less vanishing crnin. ' V. Nn willing in iliy. On lie used riljlii after sluvinj,-, i •-,•.-• ,, 5. Awarded ApjirovjlSealofArncr- icau hiMiiuic of i.nnn.lciini; — liarnileis lo fabric. Use Arrid Airid K ilic larjjcsi selling ( Sold ai all sior« selling icikt jfoods — 3Vc and VX a j.u. (/Vuj 7^0 Final CLEARANCE Women's Summer PLAY SHOES (Fabric, Non-rationed Styles) Formerly Priced 2.45 to 3.95 NOW Our entire stock of fobric play shoos is included at this price . . . White—Beige—Blue—Red— Green. SUMMER BAGS Formerly Priced 2.958,3.95 .NOW a I QC Just Received Shipment of TENNIS SHOES - BOYS' -- - Szic 2VV to 6 . . ........... 2.30 MEN'S - - - Size 6/2 fo 11 ........... ... 2.50 The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phono-23i2 ••jipRiDAirjiii'V. •/i.'lA'i: Mrs.:- Ebb' Reynolds', intertatnlrigv Initial Club.- • •••• • •"''•'•'• •*•' C. B. o. Club meeting with -M . Blklns. - •:•- . ,..-:,.:>-. . QICIN IRRITATIONS OP? «"»IW CXTCRNAL CAUSE, Acno, jmnnlOT, ccxeinn, nittory dorms-" His, Biiiiploniigu-brni, teller, ailirtairn, ImiiiM. (blacktaids), mid UKlv brokci ( . nut iiMii, Millions relieve. Itchug, biirni ing ni)d norctii'TO of tticao mlscrioj w!iK ! " urajjluliiijiiotrentiqciit.' Oocstii wo'rkal once. Aida hdiiliriK, works llio nntiwptlo miy, Utolll.wknm! WhlloOinttdentOnly ns din-clod.- lOc, Z6o, 6Uc elzc-n. 25 year? inmi». Mcjiioy-bauk Kuiirniiloo.. Vital. In rkMinHlni; M K'ly'l "°"t'' Knluy fa., luoua lllm-k mid Whllo Sklq' Soon daily;'" For Scilie J 2H5 Acres ''of' : highly! improved land, on 1 ' Highway fil fo^ur- iulk'.s south of Bly-T lltcville. C. G. Smith MARGARET'S HEAUTY SHOP IM a. rint .:'. . Phone 2532 ' ( ( ,. ..,,., Bring UtYourl Beauty Problem! Mortem K<|ul|imci!t i K*|icrt llcautlclani • > ' The Gift Shop Modem »ud AnUqM GlfU . COSMETICS ;>" : BABY GIFTS •; UrcclliiK C'iird.1 A QIH For KnijMr....;.. m ISJilr. rhoao ZZM MOSS BRYAN 1 ^ ^ ... . ....,.. ••.- Continaoni Show* Every D»y . Hoi Office. Op«hH 1 :*B ; . , ., I-ISTEN TO «:*• •.•>. 12-4S p.m. Thursdiiy and Friday \'' f - ruriunount News and Selected Hhorl SubjccU M»llner» S»t. 4 Son. Uiicru encli night 6:45| «Urt«"i Opens Kundaj 1:00; gUrti 1:11 (.'^nlluaoD.<i Show§ S»t, uit Sma. •Ur»»ln Nl([hl Every Nlsfat N« honored oft «h« E«ry. Tliursday and Friday Sclcclcd Short'sBtiitet ' ! Si t t

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