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TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK;) COURIER NEWS RFIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1944 Visitors Complimented By Mr., Mrs. Houchins Mr. and Mrs, H. H, Kouchitu entertained with a dinner p^rty last I night at Iheir home on We« M»ln In special cotnpUmenl io Mr. and Mrs. -Jeff Molt "of. Watrtnsburg, Mo., and ,-LJeut. George E. -Cross Jr., all of whpn are _ visit Ing Mr. and Mrs. ..George Cross Sr. ( The affair,.attended by 12 guests, was quite" informal. Dinner was sirved at the dining table, which was centered >w!lh n low bowl of mixed garden flowers, which also were arranged in vases through-it^ the entertaining rooiiis. Following'dinner the guests spent the evening in "visiting", with the Motts, who formerly lived here, and .with Ljeutcnnnl. Cross, who returned last week from • several months service with" the.-Arhiy- Air. Fwces in thej Mediterranean •• war zone. • •• '• , T Daughter Born Tuesday ; Mr: and Mrs..Victor Mallory of Yarbro (ire the. parents of n '.daughter, Loretta lone, born 'Tuesday nl Blytheville Hospital: .'\, The Mallotys have another.daugh- ter, Millie Ann, who ls-10. Mrs. Marsh Entertains On Birthday of Friends Mrs. Jack M«.rsh':entertained with n Mrlhday party Wednesday night at her home complimenting Mrs. Lane'Nowell and Mrs, Ebb Reynolds. Quests present Included members of Ihe Initial Club and Mrs. Cecil Graves. Mixed garden fUjweis decorated the entertaining rooins of Ihe house, where bunco was played during the uvcning, wilh high score prize won by Mrs. Johnny Hlckman, bunco by Mra.i'W. S. Eastburn arid-low by • Mr.-i.--Marsh. A shower of gifts was presented to the two guests of honor, and the hostess served a dessert course. Club, Guests Entertained Members of, the' o.K.B. Club were entertained lost rilghl at Ihe home of Mrs. Clyde Eld ridge', when t-lie also was hostess to two other yiiesls, Mrs. Stella Davis and Mrs. C. B.";KetUnger. Bunco prize was' won by Mrs. Davis, high score-by Mrs. Eldredge, and 'low b v - Mrs: • Norvllle' Humphrey;- : A dessert course was served. •-; * * ' ' • Young People'Entertained Mn»snd Mrs. tt. E.-Tinker en- tertafhed members of Uns Youiie People's Union 6f ' Lake Slreel Methodist Church last .night at llielr--homc' nt 311 'Smith Division. Eleven members were present games were played on-the lawn for several hours. • ' • . Refreshments, of ice creaiii and cake ^vere served. 1 ... * *' * Dinner Party Homns (si, English, Brother Mrs. Vaughan English of Wharton, Texas, and her brother, Gcorjre Muir ,Jr., of Omaha, Neb.', both of ivhom are visiting their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mulr Sr., were guests of honor'Wednesday night when their aunt, ;•• Mrs. H. H.' Houchins entertained with a dinner party at nor home at 1000:West Main. ' Colorful garden (lowers formed the (Knterplece for the dining (able wher e ' the guests were seated for (he three course 'dinner. . After dinner the ; 10 guesls spent 1rs. Scrape Entertains Mrs. Otto Smfi. entertaining "«' ? Un '- Mrs. J°« Bartholomew members of Club Eight Wednesday an ° '»"n Sr., Is vlslllng In Caruthcrsvlllo, Mo., for a week as Hie guest o( afternoon at the home of her moth- r, Mrs. G. S, Barnes, also was hos- ess to a number ol guests Inclining.' Mrs. Jack M. Cannon, Mr*. Rupert crafion, Mrs, Jesui 1 > hi. Vhite, Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Mrs. Barnos. Iced drinks' we're served during he afternoon, and prizes were awarded to Mrs. White for high score and to Mrs. H. G. Pnrllow 'Or second high In the bridge gomes played. Bits of News Costly Personal Clydell and "Sonny" Elclrldge, children o', Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Eldrldge. will 'undergo tonslllec- tomles tomorrow morning at Walls Hospital. | , Miss Pearl Lee "ncl Miss Joyce Soincrs returned last night from 10 days spent at Rldgecrest, JJ. C., where they attended Home Mission Week at the Soulhwldo Bapllsl Assembly. They drove from Ridgecrest to Chattiinooga, Tenii., with Dr. and Mrs, Alfred Carpenter, formerly of Blytheville and now of Atlanta, Oa., and Chaplain Fred McCauley of Camp Fahiitn, Texas, coming from Chnllimoogn by Iroln. Mrs. B. A. Lynch nml son, Louis Lynch, left yesterday for Little Rock to attend funeral services tor Mrs.. Lynch's nephew. • Miss Frnnccllfl Fisher Is visiting at Shaw Field, Sumtcr, S. C., for two weeks as (be guest of her sister, Lieut. Gwendolyn Fisher, who Is stationed there with the Army Nurses Corps. Billy Wilson arrived Wednesday morning from CiLstle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon. Tenn., where he hns lieen attending school for the past three and a half years. He will remain here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson, until he enters the Army. Eugene McChne arrived this of' ternoon fronuOak Purk, 111., for a visit with Ben Lancashire and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. The .Lancashires also have as their guest Mrs. Lancashire';, niece, Miss.Helen Wilson of Anderson, Ind. Mr. niul Mrs. Paul Greemvel' and son, Dickie, have hrul as thei {Wests for two clnys, her brother Orvllle Toon, Mrs. Toon and their daughter, Lieut. Bethel Toon, . nl of Collinsvillc, 111, Lieutenant Toon, who is with the Army Nurses Corps, returned on Aug. 3 after 21 months overseas service iiv England, North Mlis Frances Shouso Is spending a week if!" Memphis as the guest f M(ss B.aibaro Whittle. I Copt, and Mrs. John R. McDon- qid, who have been at Almagardo, N. M., for Ihe pnst several weeks, nrrlved here ypsUcdny. to visit her nother, Mrt. Ivy W. Crawford and nmily for !0 days. Mis. McDonald and Iheir daughter, Sharon, who 'aas been here with Mrs. Crawford, ivlll remain 1 here when Captain McDonald returns (n New Mexico. Miss Mary Ann Wheells of Ashdown, Ark., has' arrived to spend several days here with Miss Mary Jo Newcomb and her parents, Mr. and-Mrs. Charles Newcomb. Miss WlieelLs and Mjss Newcomb are roommates at Onachita College, ArkadelHliln. . Mrs. Richard V. Gill entered Memphis 'Mclhodlst Hospital Wednesday afternoon , where ; she will undergo a.major operation. E. B.- Gee Jr.. Charles Crigeer Luxora Society—Personal Half Moon News MIfs Hose Brake of St. Loujs Is visiting this week as guest nt-ticr grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Alexnndra. . Miss Vernell Oneal, who has been visiting, her covtsins, Miss Blum Lynn . McGlll in Wichita Palls, Texas, has relumed home, accompanied by Miss McGI|l. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pjnler and children, Mrs. Alice Birchctt, Mrs. Alma Howard and daughter, Louise, vkited Mr. Pinter's sister, Mrs. Bill Giitllii,. In'Poplar. Bluff, Mo., over the weekend. A class for the B. T. CJ. is being held this week at Itnmanual Bap- iist Church. Mi's. Elgin Dlxon vlsjleil lier mother, Mrs. Ltehtfoot, during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Richardson have been Ihe gueslK of her sisl«r, Mrs. W, A. Onea), i» Bolivar, Tenn., during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Hycin. Oneal drove to Wynne, Ark., Sunday, In take Mrs. Rebecca Oneal lo visit her MmiON'AKV SOCIKTV MKKT.S '1 uc.'.day afternoon a program on the topic of the month from the Royal Service magazine "Extending the liealm of the Kingdom among the Indians of North America" was presented by Mrs. Byron O. Willuiis to the group. attending the meeting of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Society. Mrs. Wllfelns' selling tor the' program was nil arrangement of Indian handiwork in beaded articles, basteliy, and pottery, including an original peace 'pipe. Mrs. Wilklns was dressed in Indian costume and those assisting her hi presenting the following topics wore hand niiule, with beads and fcalhers, colorful Indian head dress. The topics Introducing tli.e subject were related by Mi's- Wilklns, "The American Indians", and "The Indians and Clulstkinity". Indian trite.s, theh customs, ami Christian progress in (he stales of Oklahoma, Arizona.' New Mexico, Mississippi, Alabama. Norfh C'nrollnu, and Florida, were (HsciiSM.i respectively by Mrs. C, B. Wood, Mrs, Vcrnon Mitchell, Mrs. Walter Wood, Mrs. Charlie Evans, and Mrs. John Thweatt. On B.- Gee Jr.. •Charles Crigeer dniighier, Mrs. • Robert Galnes, for I the calendar of prayer. Mrs. Evans Russell, Phillips Jr., Jamie a wcck . | ctl - ln , irayer ror thc rtcv. and Mrs Jr.," Oharles Fox nmi Loy A. Eeloh returned yesterday from Canip Carolina, near Brcvard, N .C., where they spent two months. The boys were met in'Memphis by their parents^ Mr,, and Mrs. E. M. Uegenpld and son, John Ed, left yesterday for Montauk, Mo,, for a week's fishing rip. Mi's. George Grear Sr,, returned last'-night from an extended vacation spent In Columbus, Cfl., Dny- tona, Fla., Milburne, ,N. J., nnd At the Hoipitali Bljlhevlllc HospKal Dismissed— Mrs. David Donaldson, Osccola, Walls Ilospllal Admitted- Mrs. Russell GUI, Dell. Mrs. C. H. Nelson, clly. Dismissed— Harold Mcdlln, Caruthersvllle, Mo. Jim Ross, Texarkana, Memphis Methodist Hospital Admllleii—. : Mrs, diaries Lewis. Dyess. Mrs. Richard V. Gill, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wllcly, Lcachville, n son. Asbury Park, N. J. Away tor two months-, Mrs." drear visited her daughter-in-law, Mrs. George Grcar Jr., In .Columbus, and atlenclcd a hoiiseparty for a month nt Uaytona Beach. In Mllbourn she was ; tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Oxiinan and family, and visited In Ashbury as-Ihe guest of Mr. nnd Mrsj John Biovale.. Mrs. Colonel Nelson' of Okmulgce, Okla., who ' has been here : for the past 10; days as tlie guest of her £lsler-in-luw, Mrs.' ' Marlon " \VII- liains, was stricken seriously. Ill last night -with -ptomaine poison. Removed -to. Walls Hospital early, this morning for treatment, Mrs. • frwo other speakers-on the program were Lieut. George Cross Jr., System of Elections Explained By Taylor Jesse Taylor was guest speaker at the .luncheon, meeting of. Rotary Cljib members .yesterday noon iU Hotel Noble, when he explained the system of elections now prevailing in the United atales, from city elcc- llons up to Die presidential election: the evening tainment. In Informal entcr- Bivlhday Party Is "Given < Mrs'. Murrow. Potter-'entertained Friday allernoo]i with ii birthday party:at her home In honor or her daughter, who was eight years old. Eleven children were invited for an afternoon spent playing games nnd contests, with prizes won by Glenda Jo Williams arid Harmon Cook; After the gifts brought by the children had been opened, Mrs. Potter, assisted by her mother and by Mrs. Woodrow Cook, served refreshments ol cookies, candles and iced drinks. . NclF.oii'4 condition vms slightly improved at noon today. Christine Humphrey relumed homo Wednesday from Lenolr City, Temi., where she spent three months'with her aunt, Mvs. N. J. Wade and family. Mrs. T. J. "Janes of Bntesville, Ark., left today for her home after a vjslt here with her adughter, Mrs. J. W. Aulcn and family. Mrs. Aiileii accoriipatiled ,.her inolher to ( Ba'tesville nnd ' will return • home Monday.' ," " " Masc Bryan lias relumed from -•^i, ^u.» nwutiiu it Aiiip ninv;ij cnyrt iffl. Mr^or^d^s^i, »* j - vr h ^>»»" !d before ? o,,, g lo.rort Sam ^,^^*^^»«™ : who returned last week utter eight nonths service in the Mediterranean wnr zone, and Lieut. Hei'scliell Mosloy, homo from seven months service with the Army Air Forces out ot England. Texns for roiuslgnmont. Vivian Patterson ol Miss., who lias been nt Mnry Gwynn Camp (or Girls and Boys near Brevimf, N. C., arrived lust nlglil to spend several weeks wilh her grandmother, Mis. W. T. Obci-st. Mrs. Obcrst met her In Knoxville, Teim. H. E. Ncblett hns returned to his home in Morgan Cily, Miss., after a brief vlstl with his daughter,' Mrs. H. G. Partlow ana family. H. R. Partlow nnd grandson, "Buster" Pnrtlow of Paragoiild, spent yeslcrdny here wllh Mrs. H. G. Partlow nnd family while Mr. Pnrllow n'ttendcd to business. Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Lowe and two sons, Jimmy nnd Jerry, spent Wednesday in Memphis where the two boys underwent medical checkups. Jerry hns been ill of a throat Infection, while Jimmy Is suffering liom a knee ailment. Mrs. Anguste Dnfilho ol New Ov- lenns, La., arrived last nlglil for n visit here with her sister, Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr nnd family. Mrs. Dufllho v.'ns accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, who makes her home here with the Mbdlngers, but who has been In New Orleans and Houston, Texas, tor an extended visit with her daughters there. Jilrs. Duftlho's daughter, Jackie, has been a guc;>l In the Modlnger home for the past several weeks. Catherine Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Graham innlicm, ' ed K ' &e Percy Hospital In Battle J(ICKS0 "' Creek, Mich. Miss Ellen Bryan left today for Pulton, Ky., lo spend n week with her, slslcr, Mrs. Earl Koont?, and famjly.' i Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Molt of-War- rcnsbui-g, Mo., rvrfe spending several (Inj-s here with her sister, Mrs. George Cross and family, having conie especially to be with Lieut. George Cross Jr., who is home on leave after several months overseas, service. George Mulr is spending a 10- day vacation with .relatives in Pulton and Mexico, Mo. James Hill Jr., is a patient ol Memphis Methodist Hospital where lie .was removed yesterday nttcr- noon for treatment' for bronchitis. Hjs • condition Is satisfactory. 'Mrs. Hill In with him. Brazil will ship more Uiflii 1,500,000.000 pounds of coffee lo the United Status this year. . Willie King, and Mrs. Stanley Smltli. evangelists among Indians Qkecclioliee,, Florida. Mrs. Wilklns used. "The Indian Love call" as a musical prelude loi the moments of Meditation preceding Ihe devotional, given by Mrs. Mnry Tucker, on "The Keys of Ihe Kingdom, DESSIiltT BRIDGE HONORS ONOUS MKS. It. D. KHEltUT Summer garden flowers added to the allractlvcnes's of the Hires home Tuesday afternoon when 'Mrs. Joe Hires an- her daughter, Mrs. J Kochcndcrfer, entertained five table n[ guests nt dessert bridge In compliment io her daughter Mrs. H. D. L'berdt, of Memphis. Mrs. Hayes Oowen, of Memphis was (lie only oul-of-lowii guest. Prizfs were awarded Mrs. R. W. Butler, high, Mrs. Tom Callis, low Mrs. Kllolt Williams, consolation Tile lionorec was presented n card table and Mrs. Gowcn, a gift. • • • SlliMMUIt RIUDGE CLUB Mrs. neiiel W. Butler was hostess to th e Summer bridge club members on Wednesday afternoon. An ice couvse and cake was served ai the conclusion of the games and To aid in preventing lioat rnsh 03 ivcll 83 to rclievn ontleootlic prickly Ii ca t!ind lipiit-rash irriialEMl ukij), ub'c Muxaaiia. lljo eootb- ing, uicdic.iled powder. Juat aprinklo tlira rcfrcsll- ingcotnfortitig powdc'r well over such iiritulcd f>!d[i. CoslsKUle. Get Mcxsana. prizes awarded to Mrs. Thomas D. Wilklns, high, and Mrs. Tom Callls ow, * « « HI-MONTHLY BK1DGK CLUB Mrs. Joe Hires and Mrs, Roy L. Houck played wilh th c members ot ihe Dl-montlily Iji-idge club at the ionic of ' Mrs. Sam Bowen on Thursda- afterncon. Mrs. Bowen isslstcd liy her daughter, Miss Frances Held Bowen served a salad olate and high score went to Mrs Russell BOwfii and cut, Mrs. Roy Ware. • « • Mr. and Mrs' Grover c'. Driver liave had as Iheir guest for 10 days their son, Capl, G. C. Driver, Camp Mnxey, Texas. Miss Johnnie Moore of Atlanta, was the house guest, of Captain Diivgr and his parents for Iwo days during his leave here He was accompanied to Memphis Monday by Mr. nnd Mrs. Driver upon returning to camp Maxey. * « • 1.UXOKA BOOK CI.UH Sixteen members of the Liixora Book Club we/e present at, the meeting Tuesday night at thc home of Mrs. J. I. Mifflin' Mrs,. Lillian Pi'cear was a guest. Mrs. Hilton Stcphenson, program leader. Introduced Miss Deliii pm-- Ue, of Blytheville, as reviewer, who used "Victoria Gmndolet", by Henry Bellaman. Mrs. Mifflin served n grape ice and cake for refreshments. Mrs, S. J. Snith Is visiting for a few days with her sister, Mrs Joe Mills, nnd Mr. Mills, at Nashville, Teiin., while Mr. Smith is at Battle Creek Sunitorlum Battle Creek. Mich. Miss Ann Claire Wilklns and her cousin, Miss Laura Jo walking, of Monctle. Ark., left on Sunday foi n visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wyatt, of St. Louis. Enroute home, Miss Wilklns r THE • MALARIA MOSQUITO IS AFTER YOU! Gel litr with FLIT ... before ilie hns > ctran<r« to spread chilling-burning miseries from n sick A ninn to you. Spray FLIT in durk corners nnd ^ J^ on atugnant water . . . whero the malaria car- r' ricr lurks ond brscds. Spruy it on every mos-^j n quito you see. It's a quick nnrl cosy way to wipe out all mosquitoes. Buy FLIT 1.. today 1 FLIT Kill* tlle», ants 1 , * ^ moths, bedbug* and all mosquitoes. Copr. 1BU, EUJX6b«aTT«ra BE SURE ITS FLIT! MIT f Of IHl 11UOW CONUrNtf W»H 1HI lltC* tAHOI DRINK A BITE TO EAT' WA5 THE PASSWORD. | JUST SAID BECAUSE i A DR. PEPPER WOULD MAKE Hlh FEEL BETTER THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... "The tnort I read about ft, Judy, the more I realize the ivties and rtquiremtiitt of this war ate as diffeiait fioitt the one / jouzht in 25 yta'ri ago as »i'gM is from day." "Yes,.and 1 can give you an example of how true that is, Fred. In World War 1 the chief uses of alcohol produced for \var purposes were found in smokeless powder, medical supplies and chemical warfare materials. In this war the need for this product is tar more vital because it is also used as a fuel to propel torpedoes, to make shatterproof glass for airplane windshields and instrument covers, to make lacquers used in camouflaging equipment and as a base for syntlielic rubber needed for tires, gas masks, paralroop equipment and dozens ol olher things. "Every time 1 think of it, Fred, I realize how fortunate we wete in having a beverage distilling industry in cxislcnce when war broke out... ready and eager to convert 100% to the production of this critically needed war product, I'm mighly sure bootleggers wouldn't have been of much help." 50(1 olhti MONARCH Foods— all lust a Goodl will visit Miss Sara Posey, at Bis- markj Mo. Mrs. Hayes Oowen and children, ue olid Sonny, are visiting this week with Mrs. Gowen's mother, Mrs. Sire Brown.' t'vt. Deri Corkran of Camp Fannin, 'I'extis, arrived Tuesday for a 10 days furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cork ran. Cub Scouts Will Offer Museum Exhibit Saturday Cub Scouts of ben Three, Pack Four, are planning a "Museum- Exhibit" to be held Saturday at the home of their den mother, Mrs. F. o. Lackmann at HI East Davis, to which the public Is Invited. Members of the den have convened the garage of the Lackmann home Into u den; and will have on display exhibits of their .own handiwork, as well as war trophies that have been sent home by relatives in service, and which are being loaneit for the occasion. A smull admission charge will be made, with funds raised to go toward the purchase of furniture fi^ their rien. Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN MB. 12:*5 p.m. 1:M » Tennesse Woman Dies Services for Mrs. J. L. Milliard of Jackson, Tenn., mother of Mrs. A. J. Landrum of Wilson, will be held tomorrow. She died Thursday after [i year's illness. Mrs. Milliard was 13. MARGARET'S BEAUTY 8BOP 1M 8. rirrt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Expert Beauticians The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gift* COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Cards Novelties A Gift For ETerybod} BIdf. Phone I2M MOSS BRYAN D01N EDWARDS if »«" ROTAJU •MTTH. CORONA, AND RKMJMQTOR POBTAVU in u. tut «TRMT raomi tm (Krerr Truuctlon Uuit B« e»nu»rtoiT) NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may I* ruining your property. C»ll to* to* check-up without cost or obligation. RATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK H. C. BLANKENSHIP ttt E. Kentucky rtunt UH ..Buy Your Winrer Supply of WOOD and KINDLING - White It Is Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON 100 RANK LOTS! BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2911 tl, Int.' FALL PLANTING SEEDS WINTER WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYE and HAIRY VETCH. Recleaned. High Purity and Germination. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main. HELP WANTED Experienced meat cullers to manage meat departments in Osce- olii mid Blytheville Kroger Stores. Salary and commission. Must have referral card from U. S. Employment Service. Write KKOGKK OROCKKV ami BAKING CO., 1054 Florida Street., Memphis, Term., or pho. 2274, Jotiesboro, Ark. 8-12-8|19 ERLOU 10 Year Guaranteed Moothproofing Protects CLOTHING— RUGS—FURNITURE— DRAPES—BLANKETS—etc. Ask for the schedule of reasonable prices. HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are jomDmbcred always. Our flowers are always fresh, and nil work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you wllh your floral needs. ^FLOWER SHOP F.T.I). Service . We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 491 ^ Mrs, J. M. (Mac)-Williams, owner . Glencoe Bldg. Last Time Today 'Passage to Marseilles' with Humphrey ISogart anil Michelt: Morgan Paramount N'ews anil Selected Short Subjects Saturday ^ »» Serial! "Desert Hawk" No. r> and Shorl. Con. Showtng Sal'day 1:00 to 11:39 Sunday and Monday HF.IEK YIHSOH ARTHUR TRUCHER HELEN BRODEHICK PAIRK KKOWUS I. EDWARD 8ROMBE8G " JOEL KUPPESMAN AUNIVEtSAlFiCIURE \(^ Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Showing Sun. I?15 "to 11 ROXY Sat. * Snn. Only Opens each nlglit 6:45; Btarta '„ Opens Sonday 1:00; St»rt» 1:15 Ontlnnous Shows Btt. »n* Snn. urmln Night Every Nlfbt EzoeH B»(nrd»y. N« PMM« honored on 3u4*T if, the Last Time Today Hired the Boss 7 wllh SliKirl Erwin anil Kvclyi: Venable Selected Short Subject Saturday The Kansan' with Richnnl l)iv ami .Line Wyatt Serial: "The Phantom" N'o. S anil Shorl. Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11,'30 Sunday and Monday A Witching AYE A Poromount Piclutd wilh Robert Lowery \ Jean Pdrker Bill Henry Roscoe Karns Directed by William BeiVe Fox News and Short Contlnoons Hhowlng Enn, 1.-J5 to ]]

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