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i AUK TWO FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, qf Lieut DaleS BrlggS Mrs ._„ will ser\e as matron pf Jionor In Die Sebaugh-Briggs wedding which will ba, solemnized on Sept 2 at First Baptist Church , , ,, , . , Roses arid snapdragons feMure.d the decoration of the lining loom \\herc the bildge games were played ourlng the evening, nnd, liny bridal tallles:''werc- : used to emphasize th3~\\eddlng the&e. High ^core prize, went to Mrs Melvta t Halsell arid second high to Miss-'ttetty Brooks Isaacs, while Miss fjebaugh was presented with Rifts ofp'crysUl in.her'selected pal- tchi from We guests preseHt. A dessert course was, served. Picnici Supper • Is "Given .'•Mr. and Mrs. willlani 1 .Wyatt'en- tertained members of the Pats- finders;:'Class of First Methodist Church and n number of guests for a picnif supper nt their.'home , al Number. Nine. ,. ...,, , .Twenty-six, members,;^,.the .class and six'visitors attended'the Informal affair.-- ...-. ., ..-i,.., .... • Following... the .chjckenj' suppet served;on the..lawn of,Jhe jioine games were played for several hours •; Mr. Jnd Mrs. Wyat^werVasslstec' by her'slster, Miss'Belly Jean.Hill • :-. ;„ . •. • *.. Birthday Party Giveh £ Bo.vdj.:daughter 'of,. Lieut. . \ " [ Mis. Boyd Compliments ' S. S. Class Has Parly [v'fiss Sebaugh, Bride-Elect y - 1 - - >• -• -•••-•' Mi-s. William Q Boyd w/ts, hostess lost night at a bridge pi.'ty and co^Uil shower honoring Mlss ( Jean- nelta Jeanne Sfbau'gh, bilde-clect The Wonder Class of LDce Street .le.thools'l Chinch entertained 'With a lawn pait> last: night A( the church, ulien specially Invited uests Included all the .'Suiidny Sch'ool teachers. ; ., Dimes \tx-ie plnyctl for several iiirs. : 'and' refreshment,'; '61 sand- and Iced drinks were serv- •dlthe 21 gnest.s present, Lteut. John H • Campbell -. Vl.Jnics Iii Nashville ,- -.-' ii , ,-. MANILA, Ark,, Aug. 25J-Tlie .Rev, and Mrs, O. ,M Campbell have rc- tiii'hcd from'Nashville.'161111., whew they .attenderJ the weddiiijj of their son, Lieut. John Henry Campbell to Mis^s Madnline Hurley, daughter Of \ Rev. and Mrs. Clyde ' Knicr.son Hurley. . The \fliarring'e was solcmhlze'd Saturday night, 8.o'clock, at the Curiiberliiml Prpsuytcrlnn Church iii .. NiisbvIHe, wltli the li'ev, Mr Campbell, father of the bridegraoin B'ifVdf News Personal .. and MM.AVllliam'Q. Boyd,.ce\ebi : at- ed her 'titlrj birthday Wed hcs'day alteriio^n when she Inylte'd ib.j'if her y'oujig frleh'ds.for ail atternppn of Rames it the liotfe 4f'.hcV 'gra^'d- mothciv Mis. S.-'P. Martin bh West Main. •••.. . • ! :.; After, the '^(Is'biro'iSgh't JJiy. , the Quests ..iiad^be'eiv. opmed, refre^ri " ' ' mcnts"bf cak'fe. ; aii'd ice I creain ^werc served by the. youht hostesses i«oWer.::and ,'grrtftdindlli'eV find ea'c'li ciVlId w'ns.p'resented with i whistle and'ft Biisket 'filled 'with candy .'''•-. V. .. • • • •• L - }." '.» '..*'-*•. - ' Bridge . : All members Sf tile TliiirS'day ;. Night TBrldfee CUib. Y Avh'A hie'ct for ai» evening 'bf'bridge "every t(vo' weeto,:were ilreseiit liSsi'iiSghtwh'en Air. and Mrs. Dbyle Hetidersoli 'eii- i ferlalKJ'd [hi group at their hoWie, en West Xsii Street. : " Roses from the 'colorful garden : o f . t lift', hoste'sx.-; wete' v at If actively arianged throvigKout 'the eVUcrtnln- fng i'odins; -. .-. High^ score pHz'es we're won by Mrs. Joe Tries'chniaii alW Mr. Hen- derson,--ahci \\\K hostess served a dessert" course. The bride, given In marriage .-, her father, wore formal wedding dress'otj 1 .while net fastiloned will a heart-shaped neckline tihd bouffant skirt, irpr flniscr lip length veil [of lllusiob, was cailght to a coronet of |>eai-ls, nnd she wore as her- 'only ornament, a strand bl Uenrls. , She carried ah arm bouquet of white gladioli anc'i eai-denlas. Mrs. Lonlfl'e. Huhl'er served as matron of honor, nud Aflss Frtnces Hunter as bi-ldesiiinld. Botii wore gowns of net In. pnslel shndes, nnd carried ariii bouquets of i)lnk gla- ';l!,.'nn'd ''nslprs.* .tplnhcl. Plieips servqd ns Lteuteii- mil 'CaliipbeH's best man anil usticrs were Emriiel Huiit 'iiii ( | h. I. Cbl- llh;- Fbllowliig the wedding a rtc'cp- llon was given nt the church. I •After h wedding trip, Llitit. tmd Mrs. Cn'nipu'ell wilt make th'clr hotte In Jncksoiivllle, Fin., whore lie now Is slntioned following n year's service In the Southwest, Pnclflo with the NRVj- Air Coi'ivi. Mr., and Mrs. G. II. Robson and daughter, Mary Pat, Mr, Robson's mother, Mrs. Grooms, and Ruth Lovpll, spent Wednesday lii Memphis'; ...... Miss EiigehlA. Crawford (vll) leave tomorrow aftcrhoph for Washington, D. C., aiid rtew York, for : two'week's vacation. She will be Ihc guest of Miss Molly Guard while In New, York, and In Washington will visit her father, Lieut. Col, Ivy W. Crhwfor.ij, ^hq, Is stli- lloned at , nearby Foil Mcn'd'e,: M'd. Jnhies 'Illll jr.. ..Mi'o lids been undergoing trcatnicjii tfc bi-bn'cli- HIs at Meliij>)ils Methodist -Hospital; for the IVfist week, r'cttirittjtl home this aflcrnoon. .His condition Is much improved.- Mrs. Hill, who had been 'n Mchiiihls With lifer, lius- barid since he entered the liosHila! the I ;«ay rctOrned home , vyc^ncsiiay iilght. Corp. Jack Plpwers. of the Marine Corps, who returned Ib the United States oh, Aug. ;]2 nfter more than two year's service Europe, Is spirldlllg several j,..,_ here,with Ills'-broln'erj.'Joe Piqwcns mid family.' corporal Floli'm' li'diite Is i)i, Chjcdgor; , Miss Mary "oiSjtin"* left ip'da'y lor TcxarVtaria, Ark., where she '\vlll pehd,,a week as tlie •guest of the Rev. "an'd Mrs. James A. bv'erliblser iiid, fnihlly. ; , .. • . r>e)-'alcl wtiwjer, ilreliinii 1-c with lie '• Navy, ..relurnetl to, tile Utiltec StiiVc's WedlicsdRy . nfter . seifei ; nonths sei'vlcp ,'lti tlie SouOiwe.^ Pnclflc, ftcciiriling Ib it wire fecclyct yestetdiij', .by., iiis \ylfe. Me .will br.- The . Ir .Meilnl ,lms been awarded Lieut. Leroy Ross for "merltpiioiis aQhlevem'ent while' pnrttcipi\tlng. iii aerial flights n the Southwest Pacific, urea from Feb. 23 to Mnv 20, BCO oitiff Momma fcmfc-»« !«rt» ; L'erby Ross i Of Air Medal IvC lit.Blythe^llle Sit)t,,,5 t'p. ils. fuvlpugh \vlth Mrs,. Wlie'eler. aiVc their IJvp clilln'rcii, aiid his parents Mr. and Mrs. Elilc .Wil'eelcr. ills sister,.. Mi's.. 'Jack •Adkliis,. who Is cmploye'd ill aiilfjxirt, Miss., fell icturhho'ni'e to il'e ftltli him wlill'i ' |( Lle'ulennin Ross, who Is tlie soli of. Mr. aiid Mi's, Waller 'J Ross of Blylhcvllje, Is n lilldt, 111. the' Anii> Air Force's, Aiid Ms bccii bvcrspnF for the past seven ln'6hUis.. ,, Lleuiehaiit Hoss Is a fqrmcy 1116111- l>er, of me Blyllievilie Fo'b'tbnl tealn, hnvllig played end oil th Cliaiiipionshlp chicks in 1010-41. At the lilylh'evllie Hosjiiiai AdmitUd— ,;.. • : Mrs. T. J. Davis, Brnggadoclo, to. . king li'aferney. city. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. K. J. Cook, cUy, n daughter, yestcrdny. ! Walls llospllul Admitted— R. U Payne, city. Ru\jy Kiilg, .city. CJWCtldolyh Harris. , clly. kath'crine Ifurrts, Carulhcrsville • Mo. • Mrs.' clyifc Giiines, city. Mrs. M. Filislmmons, :clty. Meiiipiiis Baptist Hospital A'dmlllcd— B. C. Creed, Osceoln. Large broup Attends ' AtWalkerf%r-k Mole, ihnii <>00 i-ir >'ciiil) mem- crs, itartlclpaicci ,,lji tfrc annual tally lield nl Walker Paik today. "wenty-one clubs from North Ml.s- Issliijil CotiiHy Welc rcjJrcsoiHbd nt lie nil-day atfalf. Highlights of tlie , day were (wo oftball gtmies, ohcdii nil-star- gamfe n which,, the star ball players of neh elnb played, aild the .b.ther 'os life flnnl game of the .softbail ouninnieiit, when the winner nt lie tournament .west of 13lg lake ilayod , the winning tc'aih east 'of 31^ Lake. On(nc.'i ( J]ave l bpen played very Tuesday and. pi-Way Slights il.Wilker Pntk for (lie '%l scwi'al vccfe to <ictcrmlrVc. i 'in"G syjiilier 'of lie Ea'st 'of Big Lake section,. .Contests itiVd gavWf.s- were, ili vlth J\('IMicrs , fiW'imleil; ll-opliles. . A ilislricjjs inc'ctjiiB of ttie gr'cli'p wqs :eld .with Tip Mhrlfcworlh of Yal'gr'b, pre'sl'dent, of Hie North Ml'j- i|j|il tttunty. , Cltib, $%k'cMg. Als'o liiiicaijije, on Hie iir'ogyarii were VMss Cifra i Lee _ CpleiiVhri, cmihiy ioiiie demonsiratlbn agent, and CeHii J. BilBrcy, comity exlensWii liiaHri'a Jane sm'es./«e'6Wnii 3-i n the WAVES, Ms bttilip'fcfe'd iiti .peclnl .trnmlnj;. .at Okiahb'mu A fc M. Cpllcg'e, SUll water-, 1 and iVoS s stiuioiicd.iil trie Training ' L'clitei-'a.t qiilfp^rl, Miss, sli'e is .lie auuelitev '61 Mr. diVd Mrs. L'c'c Jl 11 nf 'A.'f tr A i.U L 1 /. sille* of Ydrb'r'6. Miss , Eva , lias f el'iirncd f&lks To Rotations .ipralmni, Sudiitiry, deputy prose- cullng attorney, was guest spei)k- or..al tlie luijcjwon, meeting of Ro- liiry OHib members yesterday at Hotel Noble. Mr. Sudburv yavo an outline of Hie courts 'of the United States, together v;illi a description of the functions of each nnd Its relationship to the pjlw courts. Awards Mad£ For Lea del-ship And Citizenship Badges for leadership and ship, earned l)y youngsters who were outstanding In Summer's playground activities,, were iiw.irded last night in Hie final celebration of tlie Playground group held al Walker Park. Leadership badges, which were the highest honor, were awarded by ttp.sco Grafton on behalf of the Klwaiils Club. Those who won the awards were neniiy Gentry, Denny Gentry, J. D. Todd, Tliomns Prince, Lewis. Anderson, Elmer Richardson, liilford. Young, Donald Gejitrs'. Jan Dickinson, Betty Ann Har&r. Mmv Jq Kdton, Maurlhe Sk'ellon nnd.Cliarlcs Ray Hall. .,'Tll'aw .vdiiiiliif cHlzeiisfilp lionbrs Vcl'e Tommy Lee Mabry, DblVnld Hay Jjrosvn, Ben Young, Max B. James, Sonny James. Gerthn Bryan ^'qdi'e Hall, Ann Hlndmnn, Lcroy Mil, Rlionda Eaton, Carol Aiin Bailey, Bobby Jones, George Sk'el- tfSn, Charles Phillips, Jam'es Me 1 Milliins, Ann skeit'on. Rqiiiile M'c- Si'ullin, Teddy Westbrook. Bailey and Pniii Enipioyes Receive Awards For Suggestions Three civilian employee. 1 ; of Ihc BAAP received cash awards at the Post Wednesday afternoon for their valuable suggestions for Improving production an(( thereby saving both money and time oh' their jobs. Lieut, col. 'Gordon.C, Welslions, deputy for supply and rtiaihte- «once (i and ifajor Alexander M. nobinson, assistant deputy for supply and maintenance,, pfeehtcd the checks . to. Mr. Franklin A, : Baker of Hayll, Mo.; Mr., iibbert ii. Lawrence of Steele, Mo.; and to ,i*r. Gerald C. Henley of Blytlieville, Ark. Mr. George W. Huff, also of Blythevillc, received an award on Tuesday, prior to his taking a leave from work. Baker, aircraft inspector, was given $50 for his engine control support suggestion. Lawrence, assistant shop superintendent, received $50 for Invchlfng. a propeller testing device, and $10 for constructing a hydraulic, strut jack. Henley, a machinist,' was awarded $10 for having created an CHlergen- cy lighting system; while Huff, general ground superintendent, assigned to Post Engineers, :was given $15 for his original method of repairing post hole diggers These latest awards were made just the year after the "Ideas For .Victory" campaign 'was initiated at the BAAP, and are another example of the contributions local .citizens 'arc making to the ivaj- effort. Read Courier newi wknt Adi. Leachville News Mrs. W. L. Hinson Is recuperating nt Memphis Bajjlist Hospital from a niajor operation which she underwent several days ago. Miss Gladys Hinson of Hot Springs is In Mem- hpls with her. Dr. and Mrs. M. E. St'au'denmayer left last Friday for El Paso, Texas, where they will spend the next few weeks with relatives. Mrs. Glenn Wise and son, of Huntsville, Ala., arc the gueijts ,bf her brother, G, A. Hipp and Mr. Hipp. . , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Joliann and infant daughter of San Francisco, Calif., are visiting tiielr parents, Mrs. liiilh Johaiin, and Mr. 'dud Mrs. It. 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 their vacation here as guests of her father. Earl Fields and family. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Downing ud daughter, Iva Dell, are spending week's vacation In the O/arks. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Trantham and lilldren of Flint, Mich., are visit- ig relatives In I-eachvillt. Block Fitfhfers ;.|5 here. . Smith Bl'tickln has been in St l.oills for tlie past. Uvd. weeks,. Whet! lie now Is eiiiplbyc (ll ti'a defcits 'nlit. .-'... Mrs,..p. G..Lackiiiiirt'n ^iid soil Jnck, have retiiritc'cl frblii M'eiiiplils where'Jack un.irerjyciit h tohslllcct omj'. : -nt.Bftptlil • Hospital tllere. H .s re'c^pel-alln^ iit His tio'm'e at 11 Ensl Davis. . . ...•'.,' Mrs. ..o. -S[. Fle'etwoocl niitl Mis Benle ..Mflsscy, both of '.Memphis were he-re y'eslerdn.y to Altenil tli lunernl, .of'^Mi's.' Jesse (3'oad. Mrs Jcic 'C'rnlg qf 'ftcmV6ii<rb > ''CiiVir f , wii in-rived, by. .Ulane to nttcncl lit mother's,.firricral, will, renialn, hei foi-.n visit of 'seveVnl 'days wltii lu fntlier nnd i5thi?r : i - elnttvcs.r' Mrs: R. C. Blnckwell lias return ed from Detroit, where .she spei Iwo, weeks, with' heV sister, Mrs. ii. R. .Roliliis'on; wh't> 'lUjj been ill, .^ Mis. vi. v, D6Kiei,,ari(J sar. ffofe- by, of Little Rock', liave arrived for a y'slt wllli Mi's.'. EugchV Doilei' and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. 'Blnckwell, lit their home at Armorel. . .Mrs. Floyd Tliarpe left this ,nf- t'ernooli for., n ir 10 ; 'day ba.sliiess trip to jDiillnS, Tcxiis. Miss Martha Praiices slev'ens left Inls.iiiphiliig froiii..l,lli!e Rock to s'p'end ,a few days \vllh Miss p'ci'al- diiie Clinndler. her fpriner i;ooiii- ninlc nt the,.University of Arkansas, Fayctteyllie. Singers To Convent .Tlie . Peiii'.s'cA Cbuhtj' . Sli\Shig Cpiivciitlon \vill 'liBid Its 'monthly sliig at Wnrdell, Suiidny, Aug. 21.. ..Tli.c iiffnir \vill begin .tit, 10, o'clock . , , :o St. to u Is, wher'e,;sH'e 6 c l.ii, de/cnse work, 'after speii'ding 10 days, licr'e wliri Ift'y Wither, ' Mi's. Mofr'ljj ,G'ari\ei; .fiii'd .sbrnc, carit'on. and joiin AlDeH '6f stkes- toii, lyio., nr'e.guesis .thLs weeK $' jier 'pa'reiils, Mr. 'aha IviPs. Albert' Sc'ot't. ..,',> , ' ,. '•.,•• Mr. and Mra. E^eiioii. Blxler aiid chtl'dreh . of MpVjlie, , Ala,, c^me Sunday for h visit yfllh.'Mr.; Blx- ler's iliolher, Mrs. Claude -CriVlli, iMlss Siic Tiiriibow cnteted St. Bernard's Hospital In Joilesbbro for nliises 1 (raining. pi . . .... Mrs. , Floyd Stwncer and "children left • Wednesday for Nashville, Tenn.. to spend ft month with her father. i^'A P-C1 BASB, , Soincwhere in France, Aug. 24 (U.P.I— America's newest weapon, the Black W.idow nifelit fighter, Ims innde Us clcljut ilijtlle skies of Fi'hiice. ...AM pilot.? hiiii'dling the high al- |l(.ii'de plae designed t9 seek oil I Alia iiattlc tlie Luftwaffe in night fighting, retiqrt that'll ineasu'rcs tip I'd all advance 1 ivHices. , weighing lilqi-q than 20,000 jiquii'ds. nearl.v as (hiicli as a jiio'd- lu'ih boiiiber, tlie Black Widow Is did by iillols to have the ability. of cilinblng faster than any other twin engined aircraft. Slintlsly morning. R'. E. '.L7 Sinlih Is president of the Convention, and S. L. Robinson is secretary. • Burdette Pldhtotion Will Hove Its SECOND ANNUAL VISITOR'S WEEK [ ^ August 2?lh to Sept. 3rd inclusive ;' for all Who Wish to see our extensive variety : tesliht) 'an'd breedisa work wifh cotton^ corn 7 and Soybe'ahs 1 ^' ^ V * 'i cotton varieties and strains, 238 corn Varieties ano 1 srraiRi,^hd '480 Soybean varieties and straihs uhdor test^lfi (a- beled fbi- your study. Come and learn witn us how fb increase for Jhe Va'r effort. Mer Our Cdttbh Yield Judging Contest , - Olir Herd of Registered Durocs ' Will Be Available for Vour Inspection. BURDETTE PLANTATION Locatkd 8 Miles South of %tiievi!le On U. S. Highway 61 C. P. TphipkiiYs Manager, BURDETTE, ARKANSAS Hays SlilHvaii G. A. Ilnle 1 M As!;t. Maii'sigev. "''- AevoiVoinist Girls and Young i Ages 18-')5 Years loiisaiii Working fcbmlitidns High School GraHuateS Expelfichce Necessary 1'ald While Training Contact Manager Vestci'ii Unitih Teieicraph Co. Hiylhe'viiie, Arkatiitfis. d.inht Sequoia ti'ees nourished on •arth lOd.OOO years ago. Sjiliidiift. nntl syiodndrl'tt ninan sjirny blown irbih sea waves. DANCE — Friday — And Saturday Nights •'9:30to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the IfOtEL NOBLE 'Aamissidn 65c Iricl. Tai THAN KS : . <--|, Voters of Mississippi County dHt to Tri'dhk all who vored for me in my Yace for Sheriff and Collector in rhe late Primary Election and tb assure th'ose who voted for my bpporienr that there are no hard feelings on my jp'drt. To vote as I please is a privilege 1 claim ftfr itiyself arid tine ihb't I believe should apply to every otrter citiieK. Corl^atulcitiohs Mr. Jackson I congratulate Mr. Jackson on his victory and assure him that I will be proud to have him call on me of dHy Time I can be of service. To Voters of the County The prirnbry election is fever. The voters of this county have chosen their public servants for the ncxT two years. Let's bury all ill feelings arid join irt loyally supporting our chosen scr- vohti, all Wbrking harmoniously for the good of bur communities. We must all look to the future and make Friends. Ir Vvill be my desire rb Visif With you as of f'eH as possible dUHng trie riexr fwb Vedrs and if I may serve you in ahy way, please call on me, Sale of TOYS See our windows for toys at greatly recluceii pHces. the Gift Shop Modern & Anticjue Gifts MOSS &RYAN Voting I.adlcs Neeiled in Industry .The Printing Industry standing 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 tills most import- 1 atit aiid permanent Industry. Printing is an art. Yoiir mlii'd can be developed io.Uo creative work, affording you an opportunity to advance to a craftsman and increase your earnings. There are several branches of the printing Industry to which young ladies are particularly adapted; namely, Hand ComjVo- silion, Press, Linotype and fhter- type, and Proofreading. The fundamentals of these trades ;nay be learned within a reasonable length of time by an Intensive and modern course in a printing trade school. The Southern School of Printing is splendidly equipped to give tins training, and for over two years, it has successfully trained and placed in the printing and publishing industry a large number of young ladies who are making good. Attractive payment plan,, for. tuition. For complete information and free catalog write the Southern School of Printing, Box 1187, Nashville, (2) Tennessee. —Adv. Serial: "Desert Jlawh" G anil Short Coin, ShowlnB Sat'day 1:00 to 11:39 YOU FOLKS ARE SOMETHING, THIS .[JR. PEPPER TASTES GOiDO MARGARETS BKAUTY KHOI' 1H B, tint Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problem* Modern Equipment Expert Beauticians Continuous Showi Every Daj Bo>x Offiw Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 , LISTEN TO KLON last Time Totlay Tender Gomrdde with Ginger Rogers ami lloberl Kyfin Purainaunt Neivs and Selected Short Subject Saturday HIS: W6iU> WflS UW...1 DRS. NIES & NIES OSTfOPATH/C PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Cbnic 614 Mali Blytheriile, Ark. Phone ZtZl NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites irmy be ruining yonr property. Ciil me f(H cbeck-iip withmit cost or obligation. BATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTHOl GUARANTEED WORK H. C. BLANKENSHIP »SM iENtlMEt4TS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, arc remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, fthd.nll work is giinranteed'to please. Ij»t our expert Icslghere Vielp you with your floral needs. TJ^FLOWERSHOP F.T.t). Service We Deliver Anywhere Pti. 491 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, oirncr Glehcoe Bldf. Mrs. Dblfon C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES in PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former.New York Organist and Teacher . . Pupil .of Clarchce. Dickinson President of Union Tl\eoloflcal Seminary School of Music ,.. ', . For Appointment FliCrtb.bt Write — Jtrs. Dallori C. FowUlon 1101 Clilckasiwbl Ptiorte 2049 ROXY S»t. « Sun. Onlr Opens each , night 6:45; starts 'J .Opeoi Sunday .1:00; Startii 1:11 C«nttniioin Shows Bat. anil Son. -•- «'-!•• ' T ery Nliht Er"- honored on the R*xj. Lnsl Time Today Street of with Burgess Meredith anil Claire Trevor Selected Short Subjects Saturday Outlaw Trail ivllh Hoot Gibson ami Boh Stcelc Serial: "THc riuntom" n ami Short Coii. Showlns Sat'day 1:00 to 11:38 Sunday & Monday PAU1£1T£ .VtKONIC. COLBERT-GODDARD-UKE Fox News and Short ConilnnoM Showli.g San. 1:15 to 11

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