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B TWO BLYTBJV1LL3 Coming Evehu MONDAY Woman's Society of, Cfu-lstlan Seivlce^. 1 First il«lhoa(si 'Chiirfh, moetln'g In circle 'groups: 'eirclfc 1. Mrs. C. li. Wi'lle, 3 t>. n\.: Circle 2, Mrs.^F. E, Warren, 3 g, in.: Circle 3, Mrs. Lpy Welch, 10:30 ain.: Circle 4, idrs. P. D. 3'mlth, 3 1). m.: Circle 6, Mrs. Elrria Arm- stiong', 3 p. m. Woman's Society pf Christian Senlce, U^ke Slrfe^ " Melodist Chinch,' meeting at church, 2:31) t>. in! ' , Executive Board of woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church meeting at church, 2:30 p. lii.: Circles m.eetlhg a|: cM»irch, 3 p. m,: Auxiliary, meeting for liisl- nta fl»d program at 'church. 3 :3p 1>. n\. ;•• ':• '••'' WqiiMi's Missionary ,Uii,!on;, First Baptist' Church, meeting at chnrc)i. 2:30 p;' ni., for Royal' Service Program'. ' . ' . ' ' •• ' •-';:; i Mrs. Meivin Ifnlsell 1 entertaining with bridge party, hpnovlhg Miss Jcamletla Jeariite"Setiaugh; bride's elect'. ' •-'.•: " ' ' •:. . TUESDAY '." ' ' .Double G Club' -meeting will) Mcs. Jph.n. LipRcl^.-. ••• . • Mrs. M. N. Young enlertalnjiig La Ncuve Club. • . • WEDNESDAY Mrs. Don E()wa_r4V entertaining Friendly Seveh Club. Club Eight meeting with. M", H. B. Stout at home'q? Mrs,- H. Q. Part low-. ..-..' Observe 56th Anniversary Filly-six years ago today In the little town of Benton, Mo, James Henry Humphrey and Miss Millie .Duncan weie mauled Today, hale and hearty despite the passage of more than half a century, Mi' and Mrs. R. o, Rose entertain!^ Fri-_ <l,iy Luncheon Clutj'- . ini Mrs. .B. ciu\j ip.^t Norvlllc Humphrey. Pi Beta Phi Sorority Entertains With teai A rtumber of girls ftom BJy.U are ip Memphis today Vva°(ten.4 tea given this afternoon, li\ t^e Lpuis >;yi loom of Howl' Per\4od\ iiy alumnae of Pi Bet.a phi sor.or$y In Memphis and. t,he nctUc chap(er pf the UiiHerslty pf Arkansas m Fav- Ltlevllle Cijstal bowls filled viUh wine nlul blue carnaUons, ths sorpri^y colors, flanked the punch" bowl centering the refreshment ta.ble Included .among the 80 guests who called beiweeti the hours' of 2 and 4 o clock were girls from Northeast Arkansas and Memphis »ho plan to attend college this Fall: Girts from Blythevllle attending were Miss Eu|enla, Crawford^ Mks Betty Brooks Isaacs, Miss Patty Apr Green and Miss Nancy Hughes, aT PI Beta Chi members, and Miss Jane Cistlio, Miss June Martin and Miss Normnndlp Cnvanaugh, rupees Os>- ceola girls attending Included Ml s Flavia Driven, Miss Marjorle M^yo Miss Virginia Best' and Mtss Betty Senimes. Cpuple At Mrs. Humphrey quietly ptaerve the anniversary of their maniage at Ihelr home at 007 East Cherry Street. No special celcbrallen had been planned -for the clay, aj one If llielr daughters, Mrs. Nunnally Wade, now living at Lenoh city, Teim was unable to be, here for the anniversary, but the other foui living chUdren of tiie couple planned tg be with their patents sometime dining the day. They _nre Mrs, Charles Oliver, N. J. Humphrey, Glewi Humphrey anil Joe Humphrey, all of Blylhevlllei- Mr. and. Mr*. Humphrey lived -til Henton.for several years after their marriflge and later went i-j M«W 6 i, Mo.,-wl\ere they madcmelr f homo until coming to Blythevllle 25 years ago. [BitsofNew$~ 1 'jlortly PeraonU Warraril officer and Mrs. Fdy Etchison arrived 'Ilmrsday night fro(\\ Austin, Texas, to spend a I brief furlough here with their parents, Mr and Mrs. Henna)) Wal- polc a«d C. B. Etclilson. Mrs. Elc\ilsoi> and the baby have been here with Mr nnd Mrs. '\Valpole foi several \\eeks. and she .went to Austin 10 days ago to join Warrant Officer Etchison. .Condition of Aubrey Child, who imrtcrvvenl an operation, .^.Tuesday at Walls HosjWtni, is Improved; Mrs Heib llumpsoiv left Wcd- nesriaj foi n business trip to Washington, D. C. and Baltimore, "Md She plnns to be away for two early this weeH, is .jllgblly linprov- «|. Mrs. Levaii was pjaced \<\ a cost Thursday at DlytbevHIe I(qs- pltal whefe she was removed soon after the accident. ;'• Harold Haynes Jr., of Fort sm(ih, Ark., viil arrive tonight, to siieud two weeks here as tliii guest of his cousin, Harry 'barter F*rr and his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs Russell pnrr. Mrs. Colonel Nelson of Okmylgee Qkia,, wlio was stricken sevlo\\sly 111 Thursday night while visiting here as the 'gupsl pf Nt.r.' nnd Mrs Marioii. Williams, was inucji ini- prpvcd thLi morning at -Wails Hos- I'.llal, \\liere she Is ' iirfderg'oi'ne treatment. '•: ' ' Mrs, T "pill Boswell left Thursday night for San Diego, Calif., for n visit with her husband, • Private Boswell, ' wlio is stationed there with the Marino Corps. Miss Gai( Eich Is spending llu weekend in Wilson, Ark., attending a house party being given by Mis, Ri.ilh Morgan,. ' ' Keeping Up With fht Men In Service J. W. Russell, son nt Mrs. Ml'nnle J. RtiiseH of Blytlieyllle, has been.' prompted U» the rank "of corpora 1 ! at Muroc.Arfny Air Field, " . ;Pvl. Floyd Foreman, ron of Alex 1 3 Foreman of Mnntln, has won the' fight to year Hit wings, and boptsi of Ihe IJnUeU States Arrny paratroops, having completed four weeks of jump trnlnbiK at Tlie .Parachute School,- Forl. Bennln^, Ga., ,Corp. Pea'rll . Jnnies, wiio.se wife and parents, Mr. n'lid Mrs. L. It. James, ' live in Blylhcvllle, now Is on duty, at an • advanced base '• In the South. Pacific: Co'rppral; Jarncis formerly worHed for Phillips Grocery in Biytheville, entered the Army In February, 1943, and went overseas In March of this year. ' Marine Pvt. Lloyd B.. Ryals,'- son of Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Ryals of Wilson, has been graduated from the Infantry and Browning Automatic Ride 'Section School in At- Innta, Qa. A former' student at Wilson pigh School, Private Byals was. employed by the Lee Wilson Cqmpany as ^n electric welder before- enlisting l|i the Marine Cor'ps lost AprlY Corp. Frankle J. Cruse of Blythe- llle'.has, been- prompted to that at the Infantry Replacement. Training Center ivt Canip Hpoj, Texiis. 'Tfc is the spn of Mr. .ariil Mrs. Hvn.ry ' F. qru.se of 310 West ' ' ' . Rose.,' BlythevlUc. Corp. prvo.1 B. Qude, son qf Mr. and, Mrs. Fi-ar(k Guile of Tell City, Und., is a member of a unit which has received. » cpmrn.eridn.Uori I^i;lgadt.ei' Gen. Jesse C. \ying: Cpinniaiider. for Its St-\IT Sergt aild Mis Lloyd Bona were guests of hon'pi at a in!.5cella- ncoiis shower glv?n lajt night at the home of Mrs Robert Williams at GosneU Mrs Bona was before her recent marriage. Miss Rachel Morgan, daughter of Mr »nd Mrs Joe Morgan of Gosnell The 26 guests present spent several hours playing games a.nd contests, before Sergeant Bom anS his bride opened their gifts tyrs Henri HeMey of Humljoldl. T>r,n, , out-of-toi\n gu^sl, w,(m a the contests played * Refreshments Were strut} late the evening , Two out-of to\\n guesU t\ere pre$- ent, including Mrs.'-IIefley..and Mrs. Dirnell Tennison of Shrevclwrt, Lty • • • Fiiendly Seven Meet- Mrs c J Little and Mrs Ross Moore were guests of Mrs J L Terrell Thursday' afternpoii' w.hen she entertained members. 1 of the Friendly Se\en Club for an afternoon of cards. - 1 ' — . . \' Late in the afternoon ~t,he hostess served a sandv-lch plate- >Hh H drinki r * * * Mis. Stringer Is Hostess Mrs T S Parker nas cp*«plU mentcd Thursday night when Mrs Rajmond Stringer eritertpiried members of the C. & N. Blrthda'y- Ulub at her home f Dinner «as serve^ Buffet stsle from the diping taW e ccnteied with a Jar K Jn«r cake Sirt^U t? b1 ^ *«r* «r- r.vnged In \he ftvipg rocjn v.Mch •Ms gay ^Ith nilxeij garden ili'»7 jrs. The gue^t of hon,or yis present-d with a chen me jobe (rona club. -nembera, %(;<} snent \h t evei\!pg fi\ informal eoter(a(nmept _ . Uon in a Wing an E?gh,trA AtV Fprc? Fighter group to, become opera.ljipn- nl In H (\ays af.tcr- ?trlva.l on this sta.((an. He Is with an Eigi\y'i AAP Fighter Cqininftnd St.ation (11 Erig- !nnd. Corporal G.ude's wife 1 Mi r s Eyeiyri M. Qude, wljp formerly lived on Route 2, Blyti^evlile, now is inalcing her \\ome in Tell City ' Cprp. Lepi\ E. Schemer has beeii transferred froin Paterson, N. J., to Canip Stewart, Ga. Herbert E. Griv.inTii Jr., son pi Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gi;ubain of Blythevllle, has written jiis parents .thftt he is on Guam, Jfe Is a coxswain with the. Seabees, • Mrs. Forrest L. Lnngley yester- i\ay recei\eil word froin her tuis- iiaml, Coruorsl Langlcy, that lie has arrived spmey;h,ere , iu . India. [With (lie chemical warfare? tifvislok the or th.e Army Air Corps, Corporal ii.... ._..._.__ " SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1044 Spates, has been assigned to duty at Hie Infan,lry Replacement ceii- ;e(' at Camp .Blnndliig, jla.', a. 5 a nemljer p( the permanent staff iianlilng training and administrate matters In the Iralnlns pf infantry replacements. He was em- iloyed by V. M. Thompson of Bly- .Heylllc before entering servlre in 1940. Scrgt. Woodrow W. Chafln of Route 1, Luxora, has completed wo years of overseas duty with his FiylnK Fortress unit on Av.igiBt (}, Vaias, becoming one of the real veterans of the 'war in the European and Mediterranean theaters. His Fortress group was activated. at Delger Field.i Wash., shortly after Pearl Harbor, rushed .through .raining and Bent pversca's to England on Aug. c. Tlierc they participated in the first alt-American air iltacks ,'it'nlnst Germany and German held territory. With the African Invasion,. the group moved south to play a key'part in that lampalgn. Moving to > an Italian base cnrly In December, 1913, the unit took part In the first co- ordlrmled raids agalast central Gci - rnany from Italy and England. Men of the group have twice received distinguished "hit citations, pre- ted during a recent ceremony by Ma). Gen. Nathan F. Twining, commanding general of the 15th Army Air Force in Italy. Members of Stacy Family Attend Annual Reunion Mr. ami Mrs. E. F. Fry have returned (roin Houlka, Miss., where ihey attended the annual family reunion of the Stacy family. The first reunion was held on a farm near Reid, Miss., the first Sun- flay In August, 1917, when the entire family gathered to celebrate the 73rd birthday of the late Isaiah Davis Stacy, father of Mrs. Fry. In accordance with his wishes, members of the family have met each year since on the first Sunday in August at Hoifika, Miss., where Mr. Stncy moved after retiring from his farm. The reunion, held this year on August C. was the 23rd gallioring, and was held on the lOOlh anniversary of the. 'ate Mr, Stacy's birth. Two of Ills three sons aiicl ail of his four daughters now living aU tended the affair, though six grandsons and two great grandsons were unable to be there as they are serving in tiie armed forces. Thtrty- nlne members of the family were present. Eighty-yeqr-old Amos Highlower, long a Negro tenant on the Stacy plantation, again was present at the reunion, to greet members of the family whom he hud known since their childhood. A picnic dinner wns served at the noon hour and the entire group spent the afternoon in conversation niul plans for the next year's re- unioti. ycnrs yesterdfty nwMeft (h* seryice " two weeks, Mrs. \V. B. Tnimer of Hclenn, Ark., has a.vrlVCrt for a visit with, her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mi.ihnn, nnd olher relatives. Dis CM I nnd Edna J^lcs and Or. Edjia Mies' bister, Mrs. Hjin-y Kli\l- bjey, returned Inst night frpui Hot Springs, where they 'spc.nt a ip- 4ny Vocation.. Mrs. Klinblcy. who. has been, visaing her sister (pr the pas.!, Ihrce \\eeks, will return lo hev h.ome i\i Shelbyvljlc, Mo., on Monday Mrs. I. o. Westbrpok of O.il? fridge, Tenii., arrived yesterday to spend, several days here with her ?is,tei, Mis M FiUslmmoiis. Mrs. Cnirie Grimmctt and her lephew, Jimmy CUlberlson, le(l ejlcrrtflj for H?t Springs lo spend i lirtcf vacivlio\i and (o lake a course of ballis^ \5Iss iJeulah Raspberry, who has beeji atteridlng Drangiian's Bnsl- \ess Cpllcge In Mcinphis, returned ipme yesterday after completing Xer coiu-.^n there. She is the il.nugh'- er of Mr and Mrs. Tl.H. Rnsii- berrj of Gosncll. Mrs. George Badcr Sr., of Ca- ^thersvillc. Mo,, and M.rs. L. A. after spwitiing a seek \\lili their brPlher. J p Mick a.iul Airs. Mick lit Benton, III. Enroutc hon\c th'cy also stopped for a brief .'visit \v inotl(er brother, J. H. Mick ahtl aniily at clinrter oak, Mo. Condition of J(rs. Mary B. Lcvan, iiother of ^^rs. j. L.'Newspm, who suffered a broken hip in a fall M t s. Club Mrs. LsFayette M»y entertained members pf the W Pltfe je«iteT afternoon &> hev fAOme Sot their regular *«ekltf party Mrs lim-fistes r^e^ved high scpre pr^ze In the Ltyerpool runinxs games phyed. w4 MJS, ^errj Ream A desert course ?as serveid. Miss Ann Cr«o* Helps Stage College Donee * Miss Ann Crook of Blylh,evllle is one p{ several students ; at Texas St«(e College for WPtnen, DcntPn s who asslsttd, m formulating p i» ps fuc an_infprmal dance, ^hlch, wll . be gixen torugfrl at the college, hpu- ojlng all gtft^uat^g seniors " §ec_ret*ry o( Lo*ry Hall. Miss -Crook will be In charge of tHKet {Or ' . ioberspn of Ari)io"rel relumed States late HI May, Mrs. Langley foi-il Mr. .J3)ythcvlllc. hoi in ami Mrs. C.Q.'Sciier..,: ; ;;^ f ^'' ltMn ll.lc. They \VCI-Q accpm- me by Mrs. J. \v. 'vjh\\- H.!.e!v 1ms returned to duty in th.e United wood known. At the Ho«pHil» niytlievllle Hospital Admitted- • Wlnfrcd Kenwrlght, city. Mrs. Albert Tatc, PortaeevUte, Mo Cecil Pnrks, city. Donna Sue Parks, city. ; i\»iHe lx»\ Ctitnrpn, city. Mrs. D(mipn McLepd, city. Q|ydc Eldrjdgc', cit'y.. Cii.vtls Gene Eldridgp, city. • . Mrs. Eiln Sue Knox, city. AlcmiiUli; Ua))iist Hospital Adni\ltC(l— Mrs. Marilyn Wllllniiu;, Sergt. Hunter D. BUTIM, son of Mrs. Jim Burns pf Blythevllle, who Evangelist anj Singer At Nazarene Church Here The Rev. Traftpti Williams of Uttle Rock, evangelist, and David Shnr))c, singer from Carthage Mo are conducting a revival meeting at First Church of the Nazarene Mrst and Sycamore Streets Special emphasis ol the evangelistic effort Is being placed on the intei-csls of ypuih, It was annouiv- ed today by the Itev. P. \y Nash pastor of the church Both the Ftev. Mr. William., and Mr. Shape ar e students at Belhnny Nazarene College, Bethany okla Services w liri,e hcl d nightly'at 8 o clock at the church, with the iniWic invited (o atlcnd the Jrviccs eth " 0 mu " c b Jllescnl " d CHURCH NEWS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, iiastor Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. p. j. Deer, supt. I Preaching Service, 10:45>a.m An- llicm, "Thanks Be To God." Sermon by the Rev. M. E. Wiles county missionary. B. T. U., 7 p.m. R. L. Shcrrick director. Evening worship, 8 p.m. The choir v will give a musical program under the direction pf Mrs. n. c. Farr. The devotional will he given by Mr. R. L. Sherrick. WEDNESDAY 1 p.m. Teachers and Officers meeting. , 7:30 p.m. Mld.Week prayer service. 8:10 p.m. Choir practice. BAPTIST CHAPEL Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Russell Baugh, supt. B. T. U. 6:45 p.m. Miss Sarah France's Rowland, director. Junior Lite Savers To Meet At Swimming Pool i Miss Alice Salibn, Instructor for Jlip Hcil .Cross' safety swimming classes .today asked that all junior life savers be at the swimming pool tomorrow afternoon. 1:30 o'clock, with their bathing suits. As this probably will be the .last class of the year. Miss Saliba urged that all members be present. First electric locomotive was exhibited and operated on'jnlv 201847. Balsa, weighing only seven pounds for each cubic fool, is the lightest NOTICE - TROOP 31 Meet pt Armory Mpno'ciy NighK>r7;3QP,M. We. warn- To See Every Scout Present Jim Oares Chairman Kenneth Richardson, Assr. Scoutmaster There \vill be a mcetliiB of the Order of the Ei\sler\i Slnr at the hull Tuesday night, 8 o'clock, It was announced loilny. A wlklun in an Indian hut. USING THE KITCHEW THE GUARD HOUSE WAS A SAP IDEA. OUR PRlSO/VEROF WA.R ' PRANK OUR PR. PEPPERS./ PREPARE Early FOR FAIL Today Isn't Too Soon to Bring Us Your Cleaning Be smgrt » . . bring in ypiir fall cleaning now. YquMI «v« yourself discomfort and worry by be- ing prepared for the cool days. Incidentally, you'll Help vis avoid a rqsh, top. FOR BETTER LAUNPRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING mum. STEAM LAUNDRY LAKE STREET METHODIST Bales Sturdy, pastor Cliurch School, 9:50 a.m. Ivcrscm Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. "What Jesus Expects of the Church", pastor's subject. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fel.l.Qwsjilp., 7 p.m". Evening Service, 8 p!nv "Some illustrations of God's Power", pastor's subject.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday nighi, 8 o'clock. CHRISTIAN SCIKNCE SERVICES Woniiin's Clubhouse, 141« iy. Alain. MIND is the subject of 'the Lesson-Sermon which will, be read in all Churches, and Societies of trie 1 Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text is: "Not that we arc sufficient of ourselves to think any tiling as of ourselves; but our sufficiency 'Is of God." II Cor- '-ithltms 3:5. Among the citations which coin- irlse the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- pwing from the Bible: "Great is Din 1 Lord, ami of great power; his understanding is Infinite" Psalms 147:5.. ...... ... FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUllCJ! Main S(. nl Sixth K. S/.Halrd, minister Bible School, 9:45 a.m. Classes for all age groups. Tlie Men's Class meets In Ihc Cobb Funeral Home. Morning worship, 10:50 a.m. "In God's Great Family", pastor's subject. Everyone Is cordially Invited to attend services in this church. DEM, BAPTIST CHURCH G. 1). Magee, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Allen Hardin, supt. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. "Elijah's Faith", pastor's subject. D. T. U., 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Bertha Gill, director. Evening Worship, 8:30 p.m. "The Great Physician", pastor's subject. Prayer Meeting. 8 p.m. Wednesday. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE K. W. N'asii, puslor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a. m. Sermon by Rev. Traflon Williams pf Little nock. , Service for Young People, 1:15 p. iii. David Sharpe of Carthage,' Mo., svill speak. Evening service, 8 p. in. Sennon by Rev. Trafton'williams. Evangelistic services throughout Hie week, beginning nightly at 8 o'clock. The public is cordially Invited lo alleiid these services. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey 'I'. Kiiltl, paslori Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. No-worship service Sunday at the church due to the absence of the minister, who Is on vacation. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Thomas B. Smyllie, Jr., minister No services will be held this Sunday due to the absence of the minister, who is on vacation. MARGARET'S BEAUTY 8BOP IN B. rtrrt Phone 2532 firing (/» Your Beauty Problem* Modern Equipment Expert Beauticians Sale of TOYS Sen nur windows for toys a greatly reduced prices. The Gift Shop Mortem i: Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN x DON EDWAEDS -»• Tftewittn MM" «OTAL. UOTB. CORONA, AND RZMINOTOH PORTABUI iu H. ma rmnrr raoira na (KreiT TrUUKtioD U nil 1M B»tUf Mtary) ..... B«y Your Winter Supply of WOOD and KINDLING While Iris Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON TOO RANK LOTS! BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Blythcville, Ark. Phone 2911 FALL PLANTING SEEDS WINTER WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYE and HAIRY VETCH, Redeemed. High Purity and Germination. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main. HELP WANTED Experienced meat cutters lo manage meat departments In Osce- olfi nnd Blytheville Kroger Stores. Salary and commission. Must have referral card from U. S. Employment -Service Write KROOKR GROCERY and BAKING CO., 1054 Florida Street., Memphis, Term, or pho. 227-1, Jonesborp, Ark. 8-12-8J1? EERLOU 10 Year Guaranteed Moothproofing Protects CLOTHING— RUGS—FURNITURE- DRAPES—BLANKETS—etc. Ask for the schedule of reasonable prices. HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothie» SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our Mowers are always fresh, and all wprk Is guaranteed, to please. Let pur expert designers help you with ypur flpral needs. • ' FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Serrlce We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 491 Sirs. J. M. (Mae) Williams, owner Glencot Bldg. YAKHKO PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHUHCHES I). G. Hlnclman, pastor ' . VAHllliO Church School, 10:00 A. M. Paul Aljbott, Supt. Worship Service, 11:00 A, M. ' Night Worship Service, 8:30 P, M. Mlcl-Week Service Wednesday, 8:30 P. M. W. S. C. S Tlnirs.riny nt Church. 2:30 P M PROMISED LAND ..' Clnircli Sclipol, 10:00 P. M. Felix Hill, Supt. Revival Services starting with the morning service and continuing eac lintght thru August 3Ist, 8:30 P, M. Hc'v. J. L. Shelby, Evangelist. , ; Youth Fellowshli). 7:45 P. M. J. 13. Sykcs, Councillor, W.S.C.S. lit Church Thursday, 2:30 P. M. Ill/ Continnont Shows Every D»y Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 UStEN TO KI.ON :H *.m. 12;45 p m- j ;3 , t Saturday Serial: "De.scrl Hank" No. 5 anil SlioH. Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 lo 1 Sunday and Monday HELEKVINSOH ARlHURlRtftCHIR HELEN 8RO.DERICK PAW KHOWLES J, EDWARO BROM8ERS "SiiKKiil" ID£L KUPPERMAH A UNIVERSAL PiCIURe Faramounl News anil Shorts Contlnoous Showing Ban. 1:15 to II ROXY M*!tocM Sat. & Snn. Only Opens each night 0:45; starta 'J Opens Bonds; 1:00; 8Urt« 1:1$ C«ntlnnous Show: S«t. tnt Bun. ««rir»ln Nlfht Every Nljht Except B*tari»j. N» ftrnt* honored on 3nBi»y »(. the S«rr. Saturday The Kanscm 7 wilh. Ricliarrt l)i\ and j ; ,i lc \Vyalt Serial: "The Dianlom" Nu. g and Slinrl. Con. Showing Sal'rlay [:00 lo 11:30 Siinilay and Jlonday A Witching AVE A Paramounl PiclurD with Robert Lowery } | Jean Parker ' j Bill Henry Roscoe Karns Direclcd by William BstkJ Fox News and Short Continuum Showing gnu. 1:15 to 11

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