The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 21, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NKWS SATURDAY, .TUNE 21, 1917 NewA Phone 461 Dessert 'Bridge Given Here for 96 b)> Osccolans D^CECIA, June 21—Sx Osccola hostesses enteil.imcd in Blytlicvllia in the Mirror Room of Holel Noble vestcrday wilh a dessert bridge for 96 guests. Hostesses were Mrs W. B. Johnson, Mrs. Milton Pope, Mrs. Tim Bowles, Mrs. Jasjx-r Tfiomason, Mrs. Arthur Rogers-and Mrs. E. U. RJlcy. Pink gladioli and regal lilies enhanced Ihc scttine of Southern icauty. •-,-.Mrs. Barrell Crane won ijriz" 1 in bridge games and second went to Mrs. Allan Segravos.,Mr 'Crane was awarded a white bcd- trirearl and a sterling sllve1 ' covc ' dish was presented to Mrs. Se- fjraves. Gift s a!so were jircsentea Vrs Jcttie Oliver,.who liekl thin high Mrs. W. C. Mason, four!!: <md Mrs. D. 11. Blackwooil. low. Mrs. Fowler Hostess. To CBC Club, Guests •Mrs. Lemlcnnie Fowler was hostess ycstcrdav to tl-e members l)1 the CBC Club and two other [inests. Mix. Jeannirio Schercr Mrs. Joe Travis,. - Hifih score went lo Mrs. Alvin Hardy and second hieli lo Mrs. O, O, Elkiiis. Mrs. Lendcnnie Fowler \vcn rooko. ' -j JJowIs ol svycetpe'as ami gladio.i weri -attractively arranged throughout" entertaining -rooms. -A salad plnle and icccl drinks were served, i • ' • *' Dinner Party Given For Sorority Chapter 'Alpha Beta Chapter of Eiisllou £igm» Alpha sorority has tllscon- liuiied functions until late Summer following a dinner party Wednesday night at Ihe Delia Club. Mixed smden flowers decorated tables where members nnd guests were served. Other limn members, puests were Miss Helen Snleeby of Wilson, N. C., and Miss Uorllm lio- Birthclay Supper Given For Mrs. C. S. Baggett "Mrs. C. S. Baggctl's bhthdaj Thursday- was the occasion for llv C- nnd N Birthday Club'party, fl tile home of Mrs. Lagronne Will 1 . '.There were nine members pres cni. lor the -juflet s upj:cr. "Arrangements of mixed Stunn flowers were used in Ihc home. Bits of News Coming Event? MONUAV Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church mcctlii;; In circle groups, circle One meeting with Mrs. R. A, Copeland. Circle Two with Mrs. Jessie? Sccman; Circle Three with Mrs C. K. Wroten; Circle Pour with Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford; circle Five witli Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Circle Six with Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Woman's Missionary society of Calvary Baptist Church meeting In groups. Circle One meeting with Mis. John Holmes; Circle Two with 66 Graduate from U. of A. School UTTI.U HOCK, June 21: Cjl')-- Plan.s were t;oin:4 forwai.l today for tin; annual liac^rilituvcaif M rvic? and c'ltmiii'iucment. .>X'?rr'S>; Jur -frl graduates and fradiln'.v Ktml' t:t ; (if UK: Univer.-ily of Arkair ill 1 Medicine. Mrs. Vernon IJoyd and Business j , 1TI " ¥ '<"'• w - N " iu Har ' 1 ' "' lslor " r iil-».li : I' 1 ' 1 lit Happened On Fifth Avenue 1 Proves Treat For Moviegoers (From S, I.onis Olohf •D Il.v HKURKIIT L. , Oidy at ran? inu'rvals fi- wuoil tuui out a comt'.iy calibiT of the unu v/lii'.'h v.';:it under Fifth tile title Avenue." of -'It H-.i;)|>i'ii'd Hut Isvn. only s tv.-l:ool [ 'art? inti*rvals is there df ' ia combination of v, f jii.u>-.'. at The Hut Il*i tack-rilccc that 10 rr..Miy cotton »acl*a are Roing to waslo when they can be transformed into luch beautiful articles of wear nntl household utility. The dress worn by Miss Lcnn Lela Ann Howard of near Memphis, Tcnn., m\d the covering for' the- telephone aloci on which sho sits, were both crenleJ from ordinary cotton bags. Rehearsal Supper Given The 20=-3i) ; Club , , madd ; up o [ Bly - Uigville bachelors mov-; -than 20 years old and under :!0. entertained laat.iiisht Svilh a daiyic nt The lint. Guests Included nmny college flu- dents home'; for Suminrr vacations «i\<l._vlsJlors, ; . out .of ;lo\vn. For Couple to Werf Today -OSOEOLA, June 21—Frannmt iilUjnolia.'i, swcctpejiFi and .snapdragons In the spacious Silencer Driver home formed a setting last niRht . for Hie final .social event honoring Miss O.irolyn Nell Rhode nnd James K. Mitchell ol Vandalla III., before their wedding lhi s afternoon at -I o'dork. Mr. nnd Mr.i Driver and Mr. and Mrs. W. W Prjwitt were hosts and hoslesse: for the rehearsal supper. Clue.sts, memtier.s of the wedding party and most intimate friends ol the couple, Included Miss Katharine: Hudson of Blythevillc. Miss Marilyn Long of f.-ittle Rock. William Vlyi'.e, of St. Lous, Mrs. Phil Burks ol ,BcUfo't<l.\.Va.,,' < /Rcv. and MIM. James|Uptoh of Coiiwuy, Miss Bci- ty Sennnc.s. Mr.s. John \V. Edrlny- lon. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell, Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Dick Prcwitt, Mr. nnd Mrs. JOR Rhodes Jr. Dr. Fred Child will leave todaj for Llllle Rock where he will bi on the Stale lioard of Dental Kxaminei.s for one week. Dr. Child l s also president of the Hoard. ' Mr. and Mrs. U'.ts bbcrilt an I daughters, Misses Ethel .anil Jua- uila Ebcrdc will S p3iid ' tomorrow in N(!W))Dil a s guest of Uuv. Hoy Bayley and family. Mrs. W. T. Obcrsl lias ua her for Iho Summer lior jranddaughter, Vivian p.iUer.son of Jackson, Miss. Vivian's mother, Mrs.. S. S, Patterson, will be here Inter In tho Summer. Mr.s. T. J. -Baroo.s who is visiting relatives in Detroit, will return home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Henry and d.iugliter. I'at, havo returned home after spending three. weeks in Colorado KprinRS. Colo. Mrs, Gladys Walker is the guest of her s ister-ln-la»'. Mrs. C. O. Redman, and family, and MM. Redman's mother, Mrs. Jennie Walker, who is now making her home with the Redmans. Miss Lynn Darby of Essex. Mo., arrived today lo bo Ihe liousc- uuest of Miss Lynn Jackson anr] ler parents. Mayor and Mrs. E. U Jackson. She came especially loi ic wuddiiiK of Mi:-,s .Jackson loseph William McHaney, which vill b p * solemnized Wednesday. Miss >arby mid llic bride-elect wei\ •liissmales at Llndenwoocl College SI. Charles. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Wylle haw i their hnusegnnst, Mrs. Wvlie's ncnlicw, Malcolm Lawrence of P.»y- cllevlllo. Heard Wylle. daughter of Mr nnd Mrs. H. W. Wylle. Is spending Ihe week in TiilUe Rock a.s guest Women's Circle at (he church. TUESDAY Mrs. Gene Ton ford hostess to Trl- Toxri Hrklfie chtb. Avalou liimco Club nieelinjj with Mr.s. Raymond Shamllu. Mrs. N. O Jerome will entertain La Nucve club. Yarbro Home Demonstration club im.-fl.ini; with Mrs. Kills Wheeler. Tuesday Bridge Club mccllne with Mrs. Max H. Reid. TIIUUSDAY Marv J-'rance.s CJalnes will enlcr- Uln Ihc Junior Miss Club. FRIDAY OHC Club meeting wilh Mrs. Alvin Hardy. fAcensea Marriage licenses issued] here dur- iiKni at I) p.m. Sunday AiuliLoriunt. Dr. E.i: .,\ .:; Wci.slrr r:i:-'.l pri'fldns.l \vii'; ;->s hi the of the university, '.'Oinmi'iici-incnl add lurium al U p.m. Molrhv. l''\('ti .slndcn'.ri \M dciiirrs (if Dol:t(jr uf Mod Ii! others will rei-civ; di I3acln-lor "I Scii'ncc in M AmullK Iliosi: to t;<>L th: (Jeuirr:; are: Wcldon Kylvesla Ab!i I'.t den. Waller K. Kaslrl liu.; of CU>i'.::,l, William T. Hill nl Sinii:- 1 : iviv. Wii'.i' .1. !.!•(' of Ma;;ii(jli:i, Mur:.!- of Ulyllu/viUc. phy, humor and Ihe ^jih'it of live: and let live. This one has all tha: nnd Vielor Mutjre. totj; has tin vt aoi a'olt: trouper of countless c r j,iU;!i. -, b'.jlh lilm and musical, in i '.^-rforniancj ijjelwhicli could very y/.jU IK n;i l:jr uoi- c.onsidcralion wh'-a (lit/ iu'/l ba'tii uf "" :'.Vi,- hand,'.I ',n'.. > c .j\. ( , Knw, a l:j- or p?i:; j'^s i:'jntriuul<: film irnpli'i'.'i in Un; s;r;i:t:itiir, en at U-ii:,L did ill tills <.n'.. '-'•••< Vutjr'f is the most .six ible a?; h • ijrir,;^: lii: vast and Mirc-fii'i: talo-.U; for j-ro- dliciin; all tin: 1 ! :mi'Ll.'.s mem ioiit-c into an A':: -1.-jay. A\\Mr..l-( ; -ilib.'r n-r- include turn at playing the dual i"j!e of twins. Kegls Toomey, DJII C.r-!e and John Lltcl are in the C'l^t This picture wilt be shown at Ihe Hitz Theatre, June 22 and 2'i, (Adv.) role of a ropl lo V way. nut I Parcnts^of Daijgnteir , Mr. and Mrs. O. W- Copl>eds=! are pircnls of a daughter born thi s morning at Blytbeville Hospital. -They are also parents of two "sons. Earl and Oliver Jr; r \ \ Y /elborns Have Daughter •A daughter.-Wiis i>orn this morning at Eiythcvilln Hospital to Mr. p.iid Mrs. W. L. Welbom. .They arc parenU of nnolh^r daughter, LaMartlia. Miss Derfe Livensfein Gives Afternoon Forty OSCEOLA, June 21—Mis s Derto liivenstcin wa s hosless Tliursclai afternoon at her home on Hale Avenue to four tables of guests who included members of a . club. Mrs. litiiy Morrison held higi score in bridge games, and Mi.> Elizabeth Ballone won second high Consolation cut prize nnd Ira ing prize went to Mrs. Mary Clay Hnghey. The home \va^ decorated wil'i pink roses and 3 weetneas. The hoi- Icss served a salad course following games. iAl Th* HoxnitaU BtiYTIlKVItU:' 1IOSP1TAI/ Aflmiiled: ' Mrs. Lena 'Aliernalhy, Manila. Mrs. Shelby Coygins, city. Dismissed: " Mrs. C. E.' Southern. Manila. Jeanetla'Sue Body, city. Births: ' '" I3orn to Mr. and Mrs. W. tj Welborn, RoseU'.r.d. a daughter this inoriiinR. to Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Coppodge, city, a daughter lhis moin- of Mary Ann McConnetl. Drane Adams and Adam Taylor will leave lomorrow for Me i/unior Camp, where they spend the next eight weeks. They will be molored down bv Mr. and 7\T]-q. J. W. Adnms and Mrs. G. W. Dillahunly. Mr. and Mrs. Ciirl Marshall havens Iheir guests for a few days Mrs. Morslnill's sisters. Misses Juanit:i and Eula Lee Crcasey of Lit- llr Rork. The Doewood Demonstration Ctuh i=; on a four day camping trip 'Ri(! Pnriiig, Mo. Fxncnses for Irio were laker, from Iho club IreTMirv and ?0 members are aL- tc"'lini: Ihe camp. Mrs. Ram^ev Dimcin of Trcv. TCKII. <••- visilim: Mrs. J. B. O'.srll nnd oilier friends \iirl rclnl.ive.; here. Mis. nr:Pe M. Wdod harl ar, her onr^l a hriof time lhis week Mrs. J. TV McOrtl of Portim-iVlll", Mr,. Miss IjOla Heck. \vho has bren v'silhu: her narents, Mv. and Mrs. R. M. Heck, for Ihc past tw-.i wivks, left Uiis iriorr.'.mr to velurn lo ht-r homo in Miami, Pla. iny Ihe past week were lo the fol-l owinj': Carlos M. Crawford and] Miss Helen Wilson, liolh of Blythe- villc; Gordon I,, Pinson of Trez?- vant, Tonn., and Miss Jo Rhodes Barnes of Dell-. ' Theodore- Stone and Miss Robbie Mae Holt, both of Manila. Melbnrn Roe and Miss Janie Smith, both of Minila; Clyde Cu:-- nett and Miss Joe Ann Carpenter, both of Manila; Utho Thoinn 1 ! Barnes and Miss Billie Jean Ab- liotl, I'olh of HlvLhevillc: Sliermaii Ti-cadvviiy oiitl Miss Lucille WriKli'., botli of St. I.onis; William L. Baiuibmnii and Misr,'Mary Louise Tutor, both of niythcvillc. ! Ciene B. 1 Loflin Jr., and Miss Isabel Banders, liolh of SI. Louis: Jimmy Jones of Blythevillc and Miss Mi'ry Ann linker of Little Rock: Horace James Coffer of Trimble, Tcnn.. and Miss Era Vtl- nola Wright of Blvthevillc-. Manley Qnlnton Fhijjanan and Miss Cora Mitchell, both of Lnxora. Clarence EcriiKKS Webb and Miss Tatricia Helen Wise, both of Blythevillc: Owen Well* of Armore B' 1 " | and Mis^ iRchccoa Elizakelli Jones vvil! |of Blyllicvillc: Otis Hall and Miss ' Flossie Sunnners, both of Herrin. Ill, Tlie following marriai-c license? have been issued by Hie County Clerk's office in O.-iceohi: Robert E. Fields, of Cambria. Til. aiui Nadine Welch, of La s Angeles Calif.: Norvil Rudiscll. of Osccol-\ and Jean B. Sloan, of Osceola; Vernou R. Onorin, of P.iducah, Ky..' ,aml Pauline Ramsry of Paducah:! the | Norman C. Ward, of Marion, II!.. j and J'.nrbara Masters of Mtirionvi ,f!|.: William .ludcii. of Cape Gir : f ardcau. nntl Laura .rant, of Cai^c j nirardciill. and Robert Ralph, 'of | flfcoston. Mo. and .Mrs. Dora Ann i Riilnli. of Sikcslon. Clyde Knight, of C.nrrvillo. ill., British Commie R(.-fllSC(l £f|fry into United ':op]lica] h'jb;i, diu. 1 /:!' Koi'Ver. .MOVI:S i.vro 11 A\:-; Alrjy.'.illS. II. :'ii',ll!d i 1 ; a \:\' : b:)tul vvilh a IIU >f LONDON, .lime Jl. (UP) — HnlrV I f'tillilt. Hcu'retary of the Krllish Communist l»aiiy, said today Ir 1 ' h;]<l bt.-cn tofu^od a vis:t to en'or tlic United states for the July •• ccmvcnLinn of Ihc- Amei'ictui Com- ll'l. .Si) SIllMe nn l!i <]ay alter :». ;L'i-:-;in ituhis- li-:il U'<"..un i.,ocs south 1 f'j>- ill: 1 '.vin- I'-i 1 , Alfc>'j;iiis simply lias nic»\ r fd ::i- fj the !:.U['v's Fifth Avenue ninii- sntn \'ia a loose board oil llu? liacl: fence and taken fMll ;iasi"s:-.!,ni. Alas, on the winter with ",'l)ich UK: piclint- dc.-.-.s. nis pcnc^ ami ! UliL't and comfort are inl.'M'rii;)t?d sundry others. "I'll hrce liomeless former incl their families, the il'.'iiKhlei' of Hie weallhy owner, hiu estranged vife and, finally. Hie rich man him- si-lf, Ihc lust three lltvliT false Ld'.'ii- tllles. If the last I'ant suiisesls tlu' plot is improbnljle, lie informed that it Is, (mile, and should not bo t-x- amlncd on '.hat .'icore ui all it de-tract • from the lri«ii ii.ul the low comedy of the nu;iicrou:j hilai- ious siluali(>ns Uiat develo;) in rapid successloti. •I'KAMP (JIVKS OI[I)1!U.S In some of tliese the trainp, I'^il- ing in tin: wcll-lail(ii';]tl and i-om- forlablc clothing he find.; in (lie closets, gives onk-r.s and delivers homilic.s to the o'.vn'jr, wiuj lias be- (ome the handyman ami sleeps in the servants' quarters. I.i oLh-:r.s, he: pluys cuphl to the rich man Mid his wife, who have become c-cul: ar.'l maid, and, ol course-, cllects a reconciliation. Ill still nllKTii, lilt: ty- j cuun is found joining v.i'.h a ,nob in stone his own \vi>rk'-rs trying to wreck a barracks for,nor servicemen want for a housing projf-cl. There are many, m.tny oilx-i^ init. Hu:se arc ulHMly.h to Si!:.^;t:st Ihc coinplfle escapism offorrd l.»y "It | Happened on Fifth Avc.ll'." For J (h'.- I'STl' K .suits, cri'il- | it is tine Uu: produccr-djie':t'jr, Kuy Del Hutli ami the HliUo • of lite screen pluy, Kvoiei:l i-V^/mm, Ijitlh of wlunn have sh(iv,'n :.,i''. i .ii oi-i!;iliLtl- ilv. Hats Cleaned & Rcblockcd Fur Rcmodling The Johns Shop 60S W. Muln For Your Children's Sum/tier Sunsusir, Visit The TOT SHOP It said the American con- itl London had informed him j "'V, i l;v ictcphouc (hat }iis visa applic-i- <|IM ' 1 tion had been refused. "When I asked whv IN MKMOniAM In loving mctnoi'v of our d:ivlinf4 son 1'fc. Jessie i>\ Ray -.\hr> pnssftl away, June :?:?, I!]-!;;. 'Ihe bl'iw v.-a. ; [ricat. the shock scvf re.' w<: ne'.ili lliouiiiit the cut! was near. Ami on'v the officini "d thai he was not railed upon ,vt: an explanation and that, he not at liberty to discuss tbe er," 1'ollitt said. those v. h-> l>;tv'c: lost ran tell. Iho pain ot parting without fail-well Friend. 1 ; m-.iy Ihir.k rile- wound is Alvin R. Sisk. of Jackson, Mich., healed. Inn they little know Ihe .!-«r- :ind Hallie Mac Baimli, of WyaU, row lhat lies vvilhin our hearts'.-nr.- inirt L-iwrciico P. Biiush aii'.l <-ea!<\l. Mildly 'Hissed by Fallior. And to oliu-.s In cl: ( : casl, nn less, lo Charlie HuuslAs fur his also exeruiatm«; i)oilrayal of Ihe tyc<.io:l. lo Antl Harding, as bis wif.'. lo I.lun i DcFure and Clale .Storm, as - Ihc younger conple involved r jmantid'.'i- ly, and to Cirunt Mitchell. Kdw:ir;t BriJi>hy and a ho:it -if others. All have caughl the spirit o: 1 liu occasion and helped tti iivike tile liim so very deligh.lful. The companion piece is "The Guilty." a mystery melodram\ in which Boiiilu GramiHe lake.; her Mvrlle Anderson, of Carrvi!:,\ .laiucs C. Edwards, of Chicau.i Marie Anni:i. of Curio. 111.: Marv Reynolds of Wyatt, Mo. Ri.'-lers, Brother. Good Used Furnituire Is Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 F.. Main Phone Livestock WALLS HOSPITALDismissed: Helen Clark, Lenchville. Mrs. Audrey Grccr. Rto 1 c: W. W. Cc-mibelt nte. 1. ei'lv. Warren Rambo. Rt». ?. cilv ' Bcrnice Turner. Steele. Mo. Woiuln McGeliee. cily. 'Marv Crisco.'Luxoia. W. F. Hardest}', cily. Donald Mead. Caruthersville M-i BA1TIST IIOSI'I'I-AI,, Memphis ' Dismissed: Mrs. D. E. Wilhelm, city. Leachvif/e News 'Miss Mary Kenuett. hrlde-elect of J. C. Mavis of I.akc City, was honored Thursday night with a shower party given by Miss Ruth nnd Mrs. Everett Kennett al the home of Mrs. p. L. Li'C. * « * Mrs. Ii. -H. Mobley wa s hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to members of Ihc Woman's S< J - cicly of Christian Service of First. Methodist Church, plans were made for a missionary enterprise to contribute supplie s and money for overseas relief. Birds Sank Ships In ancient days, migrating bird crossed the Mediterranean in sucl numbers that they sank snilfn h vcsscl s hy settling oil them to res their \vlnys. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL F>Tu('K- YAKDS. June 21. rjfl-L'.vi slock: Hoys -100. Compared wilh (U'S(? last week: weights over 27i) lb : ; fully sleady. Liiihter weights B5c lo :>0c lower. Sows 1.2S lo l.f>0 ol:. M:irkrt steady with Friday, top a-l.Tj, |)ack- itiK sows ili.00-19.lin. Cattle 100; calves ruuv.\ Compared with close last week, sleer?., hei- Jci.s mid cows around l.F.ll Icwi pome good and choice k'nJ otf less: bulls sleady lo fiOc: iowrr: vcal- ers S^t lower on choice, olher nrade:i 1.00 lo 2.03 lower. Tops for Ihc week: prime 15-IG Ib. sicors 2n.riO; choice MO Ib yenriing steers. 27.00; choice 70H Ib. mixed He-M'o and heifers. 27.00; 190 111 sir I'ihl hewers, 2C.50; good cows, 19.!>0; s'.on'l btef bulls n.M: good sausage bulls I'l.OO: choice vealer 27.00; t;oo..l nnd choire replacement slcei-s 21.00. IJulk; for Ihe week. Good and choico steers a^.50-27.00; niMlium '..••> I'j'v good 1U.OO-24.SO: good and choice heifer: and mixed yearlings 'J3.00-2n.riO: nio- tliimv, 18.£0-23.00: coni.'iion H.5D- 17.00; good cows lG.50-n.r,'): common and medium 1:1.00-Ki.00. Receives B. A. Degree "Miss Mary Kcnnclt of Leacli- vii:c hx? received licr Bachelor nl Science dcf^rrc iii Home Economics from University of Arkansas Faycltcvillc. She is now at home with her mother, Mrs. T. A. Kenriclt. ->^J\ \' — *^ .4 Red Ripe and Delicious Bfytheville CURB MARKET IIIO K. Main Plume i)73 * GOOD FOOD * LOW PRICES * VARIETY We Specialize Irt Mint 1 hant's Lunches THE WONDER GRILL •:09 W. M;iin Phone S deieriorolton bccouie neol domogc d^tIroyl nolurol oil* In thn pelt. "CerHfi«d" meoni proleclion ogninil doniog* by cnolh, dampnen, dojl. ' ; •Certified" meoni protottion against Ion by {if• or ih*{l. "Certified- meoni piopcrly COMTROILED t*mp*ratu'e and regulated liumldiiy. Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners ; ContiminiiH Shn\ys Every D;iy Hox Office Opcna 1:45 Rluixv SlavtK 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. ]2:45 4:30 p.m. Kox Office Opens al 7:00 p.m. Show Starls 7:l;i p.m. Opens Sunday I :!tO; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. ami Sun. Bargain Nifiht Every N'istit lixcepl Saturday No passes honorci^ on Sunday at the Iloxy. Phone 418 Every fore yon throw away a P*'r, •^f shoti brl»t UCM U m and, Jncll tell y»^ what w* capi do* • with them U miueitKrm'j'Rivc. •ou mtre wear. Mufit shors can* ke * mtft t»ailnt'.M<! atj HALTEfPS Qvaljty Shoe Shop * .%••••••••••••••*•>•••••• 9 'lil 1 Air Conditioned Mirror Room III NOBLE Adin. 60c Incl. Tax DINE IN CS CGi* Complete Sunday Dinner $1.25 Sunsicect Prune Juice Cold Consomme Cream of Chicken Soup Choice of lireaded Veal Cutlet, Cream Gravu Harbecucd fre^h Pork Ham, Hoi Sauce Individual Chicken Pot Pie, Flaky Crust Choice of two Mashed Potatoes Muttered Carrots Hot Dinner Kolls Fruit Jello Garden' Spiitacli Harvard Heels Saturday Bulldog »o a! Boy ml AnUn T.ouist ci i;;l: ".Turk Arms',run:;" No, ; nnil Short Cinitiniinns Sltinvinj; Snlunlny SATURDAY Shadows on the Range uilh Johnny IVT:ick lUo\v:i Kerial: "Chick Ciirh'f" No. G :iinl Klitat Cnnliniirms Shoivinq; Sntunlny Sunday find Monday Ktimliiy !\Io;ulay It's HappierThan Heaven... the Hit ; ! 47! IT HAPPENED Chef Salad Sherhcrt Hot Muffins Ice Cream Coffee or Tea GENE TltRNE^ HfNRY FONDA . . i^ '.'' •, fHE RETURN, OK FRANK JAMES GRANT MITCIItLL • EDWARD BROPHY tOWARO RYAN, Ic. !.'.::,:;V' ROY OIL RUTH .'.•;;:.-• KU KAUFMAN.^1,^1,1, MKIH mWI STi'i Ir I'.nSfRI <LKI UA1S 4 rmniciCK surniM k'jya- ^m 17 ip,mo A^RO M^u; nj lc» tt II^Rf RIVIt rl f*Ul y.ICSUK *«.t«^il Oi^j* tj VIOi KMCHT rJ Ell( MAFIkSOM raranloliilt Xews and Kliorts Conttnuuux iShaw SHIY. 1:|S>II: Confrt Shows Snn. t:IS-ll:«t» Fox News & S«lcc(e(i Short Subject

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