The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 25, 1944
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 19<M Ttt/fcs To 'iiraboin sudintry, 'deputy Sprose- ' ' - As. Boyd Compliments ( I S. S. Class Has Party Viss Sekaugh, Bndfe-Elect 1 -^ -'-^ --- *' '^ wfr ( hostess ' Mrs William Q Bo;.. vl . . . . las' hisM * a t a britJ 8* S*'' 11 * i c $ Uf « h ' *»en cnsfel shower honoring Miss< Jean- Juesls liifluded netta Jeanne Sebaugl), brlde T clect achool leathers el Lieut Dales Brlggs Mrs Bosd will -we as matron of honor In the Eebaugh-Briggs wedding which wil be •=olemntzf.d on Sept 2 at Fust m'ptkt Chinch' , , , , Roses and snapdragons feUured. t]\c decoration ot the living roon where the bridge games were played ouriu? the evening, and, liny Irldal tallies were used to einpha size thftwcddnig theme, Hlgh.^core prize went lo Mrs Melv.n'Halsell aild second hie' (o Mfcs Bettv Brooks Isaacs, Miss Sebaugh was presented vvltl gilts of, crjstal In her selected pal tern from the guests pre-seht A desert course was served. Picnic Suppei Is Given Mr and Mrs Willinni Wyatt en- tertiined members of the Pats finders. Class of First Methodist, Church and n number of guests for a picnic supper at theh home at Number Nine Twenty six inembeis of, the class and sit \lsitors attended the Infor- i nval affair.' , I Following the chicken supper senedton the lawn of ( the Jiome, pearls, games were pla>ed for scyeral hours she ,Mr ,tnd Mrs Wyatt, wer.e, assisted bj her "sister, Miss Bet»y Jean Hill 1 Biithday Parly Given •Ac wbndei Class of fcftkfe Street Methodist Climch ent'crtnlued Vlth lawn puty last; night at .the specially nil the Invited Suilday \Games vMe played for several rows, and refreshments of sandwiches and Iced drinks were served! the 21 guesls present, Lfeut. John I' Monies Li Nashville ,-';•; MANILA, Ark , Aug. ajU-The .Rev anc] Mrs, O M Campbcl.l hnve rc- tiiihid from'Nashville, Term., wjiere they (attended the wedding of their ion, Lteiil. John Henry ^Campbell lo MiSs Mfldaliue Hurley,; daughter Of \ Rev. and-Mrs. Clyde Emersoi rlurley. ... . Tjl'e \ marriage wits j solemnlzc'c Saturday night, 8 o'clock, at lli.i Cumberland Presbyterian chiircl lit (Nashville, with .the Rev. Mr Campbell, father of the brldegibbin officiating. ; The bride, given In marriage.,b; her fatfor, .wore formal weddlii] diess of white net fashioned will a heart-shaped neckline tiiid boiif fant. skirt. ..Her [hiEer tip lengt' veil t of Illusion was. enfight to coronet'of pcnjls, nn'd she; wore a her only ornament, a strand b carried ah firm bouquet o Personal Large Group' Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Robson and daughter, Mary Pat, Mr. Robson's notfier, Mrs. Crooms, and ..Ruth Lovell, 'spent Wednesday In Mem>'$ t -., • . ; :,. . M,i,ss Eugenia Crawford 'vvlll leave tomorrow aftcrnoph for Washing- ion,' D. C., and ttevv York, for a twojweek's vacation. She will be the. guest of Miss Molly .guard while in New, York, and in Washington will visit her fattier, Lleiit. Col r: Hty. W.. Craftf*' 1 ). ',W°- Is 'sU»- tlonctl at jVea'rljy FbTrt Mead'c, :Md. JaWcs 'Hill Jr',, ,,vylio his ..b'cCii undergoing treathieht f^r bjoiicli-. Ills at Moriiphis Me'lhodlst Hp4|>l- lal for ^ Ihe pdst :weeV:, retUriiecl hoiine this afternoon. .'His condition Is ihuch'. Improved. > Mrs.. Hill, who hn(j beeri. In MOnphh^vlth lier..j]ijs-' barirt since he ciiterc^tJ the h "" "" returned home.Wetlhcsday Corp: Jack Flower's, o[ tlie rlne Cor|>s, wnb "-• 1: '- Wore i}ian '600 i-H ,.'ciilb members, participated .Jji (h'e annual hnlly lieid at Walker Park today. Twenty-one clubs from North Mis'' sissippi ColllUy relSr'ew-iH'ed at the all-day affair, Highlights of . the r . day were two Softball games, oiie nn' nil-star gam'e In which/ the star each club played, ball and players of the .other was the final game of the Softball tournament, when the winner of the tournament west of Big Lake played, the Winning teaih cast 'of Big Lake. Ciamcs ( )iave,-bpcn played every Tuesday and .Friday rilghis 'at Walker Park for lii'e la,$t.''ReveriU weeks- to yetcrihlli > e..'ii\e ; v'vjfilieV "of tli'e Ea'sf of Big Ljtke se'ctlbii.. . , Ma- r'etuilied Ib.tH'c ,I!nd?l Boid, daughter of _. and Mrs William Q Bojd, celebrated her-third birthday Wednesday aiteinqon when -she imlted 10 pf hei joujig friehds for an afternoon of Rnmes at ih'e hon\e ijf her grufld- mothei', Mre S P Martin on Wert Mam , After the gifts bYo^ght bj the ' opened, refresh- ice guests , had, been opened, refn mcnts ^of blrlh'day cake and cream 'were served , cake by_lii hostess|s siiother^ and graHdmotheV nnd each child was presented v.111 i whistle and a rmsket filftd with, cindy ' . • • * Biidge Club Enlertaih&i All meriibert of the Tlvmsdav Night Bridge ClUb.,W6 meet for an evening of bridge every two weeks v,pre pVesent last Wight when Mr an'i Mrs Doyle Henderson 'en tertali^d Ihe gro\ip at theli horhe on West Xsii Street Roses fro'm th'e colorful girden 11 the" hostess were attractively ?nanged throughout the ehterlam- ing o'ims High, score prizes, were won by i Mrs Jpe Trlpschman and Mr Henderson' and the hostess served a de^erf course. white gladioli ahci gardenias. Mrs. , Louise i. Hunter s'erve'd matron of honor, and Miss Frances Hunter as bridesinald. Bolh wore gowns of net in pastel shades, and carried arm bouquets ot pink gladioli .'an'd 'asters , . . . J?olnh(| Phclps scrvc'd as Ijicuten- ant Calnlibell'b best mail alid lish'cj-s were Emmet Hunt 'and h. I. Cdl- lln Follovvlrig the wedding 'a reception was given at the church. ^ •After 'a wedding trip, Lieut, and Mrs. Campbell will .iliake their hdme In 'Jacksonville, Fin., where he now Is stationed folWwiiig n year's service In the Southwest Pacific with the NBVy Air Corps. . Cohlesfc and ganig.y were, piayecl with Jvvihhers, awarded : lippli)es.. A.' btlsliiess iiie'eljlig 'of tHe'grb^'p was 1 er at die luncheon meeting of.Ro la'ry Club 'members yesterday at Hotel Noble. Mr. Sudbur v gave an outline of Ihe courts 'of the United States, together with a description of the functions of each and Its relationship lo lhe..pthpr courts. _ Awards Mad§ For Leadership And Citizenship Badges for leadership and citizen ship, earned by youngsters who were outstanding in Summer's play, ground activities,, were awarded last night in the final celebrutib) of the Playground group held a Walker Park . Leadership badges, which vver the . honor, were awardei by Rcsco Cm/Ion on belialf of 111 Klwahls Club. Those who won th awards were Beniiy Gentry, nen riy. Gentry, J. 13. Todd, Thomn P r lnce. Levyls Anderson, . Elme iilbliarclspn, Biiford Young, Doiial G'eiiliy, Jah Dickinson, Betty An Harte, Mar v Jo. Eriton, Maurln Skeltbn and.Cliarics IJay Hall. held w : itii Tip H(illiii'gi,worth , ot Ynr'gro, presl'tfenl .'of tli'e ;NOrU) Mis-; slpp'i 'C'outlty. .Cl\Sb. jijesi'dliig. Also : ''' oh the pro^rani Vifei'c. ' ' United States oil "Aug., 12 after more' than two ycVtrs service, Ih Europe,' Is' spehdlrtg several. d?>'5 herfeiWlth hls'-BrollVer,.Joe. Flqwijrs arid family, .corporal"Flowers' norrie Is l)i Chicago.;. •..'.'• , , Miss ; Mary."oijtlavv left tp<lay .for Tex'arkaria,' . Ark., wherie s.he '\v|ll pepd ;a , week 'as tne. guest of the ev. "Brt'rt Mre. Jaihes A. "Overliblser iid..tarillly. i ;.., : ; .., . ae>iii'd \V)i!ec)er, jlrfeWbi\ i-o,wlth ic NEivy,,,returri'pd to, the UiUteH taVes WcdrTesiiay .. arter ., scve)i loliths service In tlie. Solllmvest n'p'p'cariiiir Miss ti;e :: cbleriVa'ri, ( : IVoVn'c 'deliionsthitiiSi Keith agent. . coiiiilj and' deilionstr'Atloa agent, j. Bilb'rey, county 'extension •.'T^hbsu wlhnin'g citizenship honor Were Tommy Lee Ittabry, Dpn'al Ray Brown, Ben young, Max B James, Sbiihy James, GerthaBryal jpUl'e Hall, Ann Hindman, Leroy ilill, nhonda Eaton, Carol . Ann Bailey, Bobby Jones, George Skel- tin. cluirles Phillips, Jaines Mc- Miiillns, Anil • Skcltqh, Rohtile .M'c- M'ullln, Teddy Bailey and Paul Westbrook. Employes deceive Awchrds -or Suggestions Three civilian employees of (he BAAP received cissji 'awards at the 'ost Wednesday afternoon for their aluable suggestions for Improving :rodu.ction anS thereby saving both ncney 'and ; time oh their Jofe Lieut. Col. "p&don.C. Wclslions, deputy for supply arid , malhte- nance,,. and Major. Alexftrider. M. Robinson, assistant deputy for 'Slip- ply a : hd inalnt'eh.ance,. preseiitcd the checks to )«r. Franklih A."Baker of Hiyil, Md.:. Mr., Robert H. Lawrence of Steele, Mo.; and to ,.i;r. Gerald C. Henley of Blytlieville, Ark. Mr. Ocbfge W. Huff, also of BlytlicvlllCj received an award on Tuesday, prior to his taking a leave from work. • < Baker, aircraft inspector,•', was' given $50 for liis engine control support suggestion. Lawrence, assistant shop superintendent, received $50 . for. inventing n propeller testing device, and $10 ..for constructing a hydraulic' strut jack. Henley, a machinist,' was awarded $10 for having created an einergeh-. cy lighting system;. while Huff, general ground superintendent,.assigned to Post Engineers, iwas given $15 far his oi-lglnal method of repairing post h61c diggers These latest awards were made just the year after^hc 'ideas For Victory" campaign was inltiatc'd ai .be BAAP, and arc another example of the contributions local .citizens .ire making to the war effort. Reid Courier newi vinuil A Leachville News Mrs. W. L. Hiiison Is recuperating at Merilblils Bojitlst Hospital from a major operation which she underwent several days ago. Miss Gladys Hinson of Hot Springs Is In Mem- hpls with her. . , • Dr. and Mrs. M. E, Staudenmayer left last Friday for El Pas'O, Texas, where they will spend the next few weeks with relatives. Mrs. Glenn Wise and ( soji, pf Huntsvllle, Ala., are tije guests ;bf her brother, G. A. Hlri'p an'd Mr. Hipp. '...>• Mr. and Mrs. Harbld Jo)iailn aild infant daughter of Sin Francisco, Calif., are visiting their parents, Mrs. Ruili Jpharih, and Mr. 'atVd Mrs. R. C. Shanks and family. Mr. Johann is in the Naval Air Forces. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and son, Robert, of St. Louis, are spending tlieir vacation here as g'u'esfcs of her father, Earl FieW.s and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mulvln Downing and daughter, Iva Dell, are spending a week's vacation In the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Tranthmn and children of Flint, Mich., are visit- Ing relatives in Lcachvllle. MARGARETS BEAUTY SHOP 1H ft. Pint Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Expert Beauticians SCO oth'n MMAJK* f«ob-ii hal •> C .Ross ecipient Or Air Medal The Ir Medal ^iins been awardec eut Leroj Ross for. "mer|torloi'is phlev cment ivlille' imrllcipatiiig .li erlal flights n the Spullnvesl P : V tic aiea from Feb. 23 to May 944" ., ,, Lieutenant Ross, who is tli'c so' f Mr and Mi's. Walter J. libs.'j b Ivlheville, !•; a lillbi.ll^the AniV ir Foices, and his been oversea 11 the pnst seven mdji'fhs., lieutenant Ross Is a. former,meh! cr of the BiyllVeville FoolVn . . . 3 aciflc,;(icc'6rdiri ! g lo. a wii-'c received ei'dai' .. by -Ills \ylfei He wil) b'rV ' ' Mdrtrja J.aiie Stji'e's,>Je'6nia iii the wAy.ES. ilak cqmp'Vete' '' Vete'd tifr .. special .Irailnng. Rt 'Qkidh'ointi . '&. M. college, StmWaler; an'd How; ''' . is st'tttioiie'u'.W the ' ' Training :s. Sli'e ic oaugHter 'of Mr. aiid Mrs, . Sipt,,,5 .t'p Is.furlbtfjii 'with Mrs., wlie'elef.ii. heir t\% cmwreh, aild h'ts parents, Mr,, ar\o; Mrs... Elzlc... Wheeler. His Isi'er, • Mi's. 'Jdck 'Xy.ltins,, who is 'inBVp'yi6b , in diiif pott. Ml'ss., eliii-h hfliiVe ib lie ii'itii him ie is 'her?;. .. , . Snlith, BrncVin has feelen ill. ,St. .mils fqi 1 . Ine I'vvb Weeks,, vviiet'c ie;how'ls "eiiiplbye ol ^ (iefciis'e ilntt. .... Mrs,, p. G. Lackiriirtn .liilVd son tiles iif YiirBFo. oiln, having jilnyert end joh th 3haniplonslll|) chicks Iii 1940-41 At tke HoHJitiit Blythefilic'Ilo'spiiai \dmitled— .. ,, : . Mrs. T. J. Davis, Braggadocio, Mo King Kaferney, city.. . , ,. Born to Mr. and Mrs..K, J. Cook, city, n dmit-hter, yesterday, Walls Hospital Admitted— R. lj. Payne, city. • R»by King, ,'clly. ' GweltfoHn Harris, .city...,.. ; Katherine Hnirls, Caruthersville, 1 Mo. Dlsrnfesed— Mrs. Clyde Gaines, city. Mrs. M. Fitzslimnons,..clty. • Metriphls Bniilisl Hospital Admitted— B.'C. Creed, Osccpla. Mamltt News 'Mdriih .ilia's. " BJocfc Fighters 10 p St. L'ouls,.. ; . iM .._. T . _ h,'dcferisb. work .'after .sjSpii'i lays, liere wllh' per ilWther. Mrs. MofrL'j Ofavrijer Sftd sbrrie, Caritpil tth'd Joii'n Albb'H,"'6f SlkeA- ,, . . . Jack, hViy^ retilciled froin Seiiililils where : 'Ja^k uhire^jvCht 'o tohsille'ct- oni'y yat iJaptlstiHosplVal liiere..He Is recllperatin^ at ills iioin'e at 111 East Davis. v . Mrs. ,C..J. 'PreUwocKl arid.. Mrs Beale ^.Miisiey, .Ijolh of 'Mejiiphis were ' here •"yeslcrilny; to n'tteiVd . tli fiiiicrni^.of.VMis. ' Jesse- Goad. Mrs Joe 'Crnlij of Reh'doh'do, ' Calif., wli arrived., by.^plnne lo . ollelVd .he inptiie'r's , .funeral, will, remain her f'or.a ylsii of'scyct'ijl 'day's with, lie fntli'er' and otli'er ; 'r'elatlycs,-"' Mrs: R. O. Blackvvell lias return ed from Detroit, whe|e she spen tvvo^.w'eeks vvjth'he'r sistcr v Mrs. R. n. .Roblhs'on; wh'd rlaii .been 11L ... Mrs. ,\v. V. Dozler/nrid iff, ffpfr- l)y, of Little nock, lin ye arrived for a Visit vvllli 'Mrs,' : . Eiig'eh'e 1 .Doiici' and her parenls, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. 'Blackw'cil, at their home at Armorel. Mrs., Floyd Tlifli;pe ; left, this ,nf- i'ehibbn foi'..a ri lp-'day biisliVeis trip to .(bahns^ Texas. . Miss Martha Franc Ihis.mpfnrng froni.l spend a few anys. • with Miss dni'e Chaiidier, Her fofin'er rpqin- maie at the ..University of Arknn- saa, Fayetteville. ;. . , Jvio., ar. ( .. Ver 'pareiits, Mr. 'aiitt M?s. Albert' Scb'tt. ... ,,.. ,„ : .„.,.>...•".',Mr. and Mik.Ev'ertoii. Blxler niiii chll'dre.n .pf Mpb'ii'e, ( -,,Aia.., came SuiVdiiy 'for;'h visit Yfllti.' Mr..Bix' ' '' P-61 _BASE, . Spmevvhere Iri TYarVce, Au'g. 24 (U.P.)—America's newest weapon, llie Black \yidovv fiight fighter, has mhd'e Ifa debtit ill .tlie skies of France. i^Antl pilots htiiidllng the high al- iltvide pine dciigiie'd to Keek put ^rYd'.fatlie the Luftwaffe In night fightiiig, repbrl that'll iileas'ur'es up to' all acivaiiee roiices. \VS|ghlhg rnb'rij .than 20,000 j:oliii'ds, neariy as rtiiicii as n iiic'tl- lum boihber, ihe Black Widow is i by jillois lo have liie ability. 1 cilmbiug faster than any other i'lii engincd aircraft. Glaiil Scqiiola trees flourished on arih 106.600 years ago. Spindrift, ami spboivdHtl- moan ^ray .blovi'ti. frbm sea waves. Sale of T 0 Y S See our windows for toys at greatly reuuceti prices. the Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN "Voting ladles Needed Iii Industry • The Prihting Industry standliig in the forefront of the Battle for Progress Is broadcasting a call for young lady trained workers. Young ladles with a high school education, or Its equivalent, you are needed In this most linpprl-' ant and permanent industry. Printing is an art. Ydiir mlii'd can be developed lOido creative vvaric, affording you an opportunity to advance to a craftsman and increase your earnings. . There are several..branches of the printing industry to which young ladles are particularly adapted; namely, Hand Composition, Press, Linotype and Inter- type, and Proofreading. The fundamentals of these trades hiay be learned within a reasonable length of an Intensive and modern course in a printing trade school. . , The Southern School of Printing is splendidly equipped to give this training, and for. over two years, it has successfully trained and placed; in the priming and publishing industry a large number of young ladies who are making good. . . . Attractive payment plan., for tuition. For complete information and free catalog writs the Soujl) cm School of Printing, Box 11S7 Nashville, (2) Tennessee. —Adv Continuous Show* Eterj Da; Box Office Oiiena 1:45 Slibw Starts 2:00 A-/J ^ LISTEN TO KLON I:H iil. 12:4; p.m. 4:!l P Last Time Today Tender Gbrhrdde with Ginger Hogers and Robert Kyau Paramoiint News aild SelcHeil Short Subject Saturday 'MIS 'WifJBD WAS ier's riiother, Mrs. 'Claude 'Crani,' B SUe,Tiirllbow. enl'el-ed St. Beniard's Hbspltiil in .Joi\esbbrb for, nurses; trainjiig.,._.... Mrs..Floyd Spene'cr^nrid left .Wednesday 'fbr> Nashville Tenn., to spend a month with her father. similay nVorning.- R;, E'.'-lv. Shift} Is president of the convention, and S. L. Robinson Is secretary.. . ,,, _, ces ; Stevens left .lJlUe Rock lo Tclfegtifyh Wdifc'foir Girls: and Young 118-35 Yiafs Working fcoh'diiioh'f High School G Typing Expelrithce Necessar> Paid While Training Contact Manager Vestcrn Uhioh Tclegra'ph Co Blvthevliie, Singers To Convene •.TTlic . Peiib'cdft '''oinmij .'. Cqiiveiition will h'oid its monthly sW'g n't War(iell, Suhdtiy. Aflg. 21., Tiie, affair vvlll begin at, 10 .p'cWck Your Invitation Burdette Plantation Will Have -Its ANNUAL VISITOR'S WEEK DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights ••$t:30 ib 1 O'Clock /« the Beautiful Blue Room i WtKe MOTEL INOBLE A'dmissioh 65c Iricl. Tat ami Siiort Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:30 T H KS YOU ARE SOMETHING, TjHIS PR. PEPPER TASTES GOOD WI1H THE HICHT OF WAR-SWEPT.SSAS1 August 27th to Sept. extensive vdru Gottoh-, corn for all who v/ish to see our teslih'g 'and breedisg work and Soybeans We rmvc 154 cotton varieties and strains, 238 corn VarieVies ?"a?Hi',_6hd v 4BO 'soybean varieties and strdihs uhde^ tesf-^flll la- belied ftir your study. Cornc and learn with us how tb increase yields for Hie War efforr. Met Out Cbttori Yield Judging Contest , .Our Herd of Registered Diirocs Will Be Available for Your Inspection. BURDET1E PIAHTA1ION I/oealed' 8 Miles South of iJly'thcville Oil U. S. Highway 61 . Voters of Mississippi Gdunty • . ..• . '•/ .4-'. 1 Wdftt Iblhbhk till who voted for me in my race for Sheriff and Collector in the lafe Primary Election aha 1 to assure those who voted for my opponent that there are ho hard feelings on my p'drt. To Vote as I please is a privilege I claim for myself and one that I believe should apply to every other 'citizen. Coh^dtulatiohs Mr. Jackson v ARKANSAS C. F. Tonipkins Manager > Hny's Slillivnh Wsk't. MaiiKgei-. G. A. Hale Agvorio'rmst 1 congrbtillare Mr. Jackson on his victory and assure rtiini that I will be proud to hove him call on me ar arty rinie I can fee of service. To Voters of the County The primto'ry feicctidn is 'over. The voters of this county have chosen their public servants for the next two years. Let's Bfory all ill feelings arid joiri ir! loyalty surjpdf*ihg 6ur chosen servants, all wooing harWioniously for the good of our comrrtuhlties, We must ali look to the future and make friends. H will be my de'siife to visii With you as bft'eH as pfasslrjle dliHh'g the fiext two years and ir I itiay serve "you in any wny, please call on me. NIES & HIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPJECiALtt {EXCEPT OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1 : 30-5:00 CUnte 514 Malm BlytheTiiie, Ark. PSbne 1»21 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Teirmiles may b« irainiiig your property, C»il me check-up without cost or obligaUon. BATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTHOL GUARANTEED WORK ROXY MiUiiwa Sit. * Sun. Only p«M Vaph.Vnlght 6:45; »taHi .Opeiu Snnday 1:00; Bt»rt« 1:11 <mS'i3nOT" B»t. »n* Sw Nljht Every Night 8«tnrd»j. . _ honortd on 3ini»y Ihe R*XT, H. C. BLANKENSHIP ' M* XSH Last Time Today Street of Ghtince wllli Burgess Stercililli anil Claire Trevor Selected Sliort Subjects SENflMEr4TS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always.. Our flowers lire, always fresh, aha .'nil work is guaranteedr to please. Uet our expert •leslEriers help you wllh your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F.T\D. Sciricc We Deliver Anywhere Pn. 491 Mrs. J. M, (Mac) Wll Hams, owner Glehcoe Bldf. Saturday Outlaw "T> ail \vltli Hoot Gibson and Bob Slei-le Serial: "The Phantom" 9 and Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to ll:io Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES In . PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former New York Organist .arid Teacher Pupil of Clarehce,Dickinson , . . President ot Union Theological Seminary Sch6ol of MiVsIc For Appointment Phote Sr \Vrlte ~ . Mrs. Drtteh a FoWtalon 1101 chlckasawii* PhoAt 2019 Sunday & Monday PAUIETTE VC8ONIC. COLBERT- GODDARP^UKE Fox News and Short CoBtlnuous Sliowlnj San. 1:15 to U

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