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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER'NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER C, 19-14 Mis s Bet tie Lee Roe Will Wed Pfc, douse Of ip&lal> Interest In.plythevllle, formet horn* ol trie bride-elect, will be the m»rri««e pn Sept, 11 of Miss Settle l^* Roe,' daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ernsst Roe of Memphis, to Pfc. Jolin Edburri Clouse Jr., of Cooke- Ulle. Tehn The wedding,will ]x. solemnized at 5 o'clock iii.:-, the/, afternoon of the nth at BeUevue Baptist Church In Memphis, and will lie attended by a number, of: Blyihei'ille friends. The brlde-tlect, who Is a niece of Mrs E. B Woodson or Blythc\llte, \*ns graduated from high school lu Storey,- Ark.',' and' attended Southwestern in ; Memphis, tvliere she was Delta Delta Delta a member of- sorority. Private.Clouse, the son of Mr, and Mrs. Clouse Sr.f of .CookcvSlle, was graduated from , Cookevilte high school.' ami. vVanderbllt . University, where he was a member of Plii Kappa Sigma fraternity. He now Is ut- (endlnir University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis where he Is a member of Pht Chi medical fraternity. # • • Miss Pvuitt Is Engaged To Air Bfise Employee Mr. and, Mrs ,I^oy Pruitl announce the - .engagement nnd n)i- proachlne marriage of their daughter, Mfss*i>orathy Prultt, to Otis Cole, sonjif Mrs. Robert Cole and the late Mr. Cole. The wedding will be solemnized tit 2:30 o'cldcfc : ln'the afternoon of Sunday, Sept 17, at Colvaiy Baptist .Church, iThe Rev. George \V. Archer, pastor of the chuich, will officiate at the double ring ceic- niony. * The bride-elect'attended Gosnell high school"and, now is employed at (lie local office, of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Mr. Cole U a civilian employe nt Blytheville Army Air Field * • -. • [lave Meeling At' Chui ch Mrs Ebb Carson presided over Hie meeting of the Kxecutlve Bonrd of the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church yesteiday pftemoon?»t the church, when Hie opening prayer-wos given ".by Mrs. E. B. Woodson. Recommendations \\cte drawn up to*be presented to l!ie genera! business meeting which followed the'Executlve Board meting, and Mrs R* E Van Hooser gave the'closing prayer The regular business meeting of the Missionary,Union was opened with the' repeating of the watchwords forxthe year, led by Mis Carson, followed by prayer by, Mrs Walt*i •3isnop:'£JK" w\4, Minutes oFlhe previous meellng were read and approved and the i ecommendatlons of the E*ecutive Board were 5 passed upon Mrt. C ,IT, .Johnson ga\e the devotional mi'' the topic, "Misused Time,' aiid^Miss Sarah Prances Howland reported.611-the Y.'-W. A. houseparty given last week In Osceola *1, v " Closing' prajer was offered by Mrs H IT Brooks '" i */ ™* * Methodists Have Meeting ' Christian Womanhood and Good Housewives", was the topic of the devotional given jesterday by Mrs George SUlwell for members of the Woman's S6ciety % of Christian Service of _ f Xake Street Methodist Church, who met at the church The devotional-was followed with prayers by Mrs Bates Sturdy and Mrs Stihvell.- Mrs W. L Green presided o\er the business session and Mrs C T Shamlin dismissed the 14 members present with prayer Pfc. Patrick Harrison'' To Wed Alice Russell Dr. and Mrs, D. G. Hussell of Camden, Ark., have announced 'the engagement and approechlng marriage of their daughter, Miss Amanda Alice Russell, to Pfc. Patrick Edward Harrison, son of Judge and Mrs. 2al 13. Harrison of Blytheville, The wedding will be, an interesting event of early Fail. . Miss Russell was graduated from Cnnulcn high school and attended Heudrix College, where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority. . , Private Harrison attended Hcn- drlx College where he was a member of Delta Alpha fraternity, nnd the University of West Virginia at ^fOl•gautown. He now Is a dental student at University of Tennessee in Memphis. Mrs. Estes Entertains Mrs. Shields Edwards played Liverpool rummy wllh members of the 400 Club Friday afternoon when Mrs. Tim Estcs entertained thai group ftl her home for tlielr regular weekly game. High score prize went to Mrs, Jerry Henrn nud second high lo Mrs. LnFayette May, and the hostess served n samHvlch plate, with Iced drinks. . 4 • • Presbyterians Have Meet Fifteen ineinbers of the Executive Board of the Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church met yesterday afternoon nt tlic church for a regular'business meet- Jug. Vlrs. Gordon Complimented MM, A. L. Reagan and Mrs. Billy King entertained with a nils- •ellfuicous shower Friday night lonorlng Mrs, Lacy Gordon, 'Hie iffalr, attended by 22 of Mrs. Gordon's mosi Intimate friends, was given in the Wonder Class room of he Lake Street Methodist church. Tuberoses qnd, other early Full lowers were attractively arranged hroiiglioul the roojn, where n pink md white color scheme was cartel out. Games and contests were played 'or tcveral hours, and Mrs. Iverson Monk, accompanied hy Mrs, Gorton, sang a solo. A duet was sung jy Miss Eai-iine Sullivan and Miss Louise Sullivan. Refreshments of ice cream nnd cuke were served, nnd Mrs. Qor- lon was presented with an assortment of gifts. . • * • Attend Watermelon Party The Yoiith Fellowship of Lake Street Church entertained with a watermelon party Thursday night on the church lawn. The '25 guests spent several hours i>layi)ip, (james, before watermelon mis/servqd. Group,singing closed the evening,'. Plans were miutc (or a party to Ue given within the near futun; for members of Hie church who will attend college this .Fall, This affntr will be under Die direction of Mrs. R. C. Allen, secretary 'of religious education. A Fellowship Suu]H.>r for the entire church 'membership will be given Sept, 18 nt the church, nnd plans for this event nlfo were discussed. . ^ ' Members voted lo have nn all ilny mission sludy course on the hook; "So Many People," directed by Mrs. Jesse .M. White, to be held nt the chtircli on the fourth Monday In October. Luncheon Meeting Is Held Members of the Women's Missionary Council of "First Christian Church met yesterday afternoon for a luncheon meeting hi the home of Mrs. B. C. Rose at Roseland. ^ Following luncheon, the devotional was given, : .by the Rev.-R'.-s. Balrd on the 'topic of "We Understand Each Other." Mrs. Edith McCool wns in charge At The. Hospitals Admitted: Walln Hospital Rufus Lylc, Lllbourn, Mo, Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. w. Lowe, city n- daughter this morn- Ing. Dismissed: Mrs B. B. Akin, city. Mrs. W. M. Barker, Cooler, Mo. Ulyiiicvilk- Hospital Admitted; Ruby Brdgdon, city. r Mis. Sam Ruark, city. Mrs. W. L. Mackeinson, city. Mrs. R. L. McAdoo, Armorcl. Mrs Tom Boswcll, city. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. R. N. Gordon, Jit. 1, city, a son yesterday. Dismissed: Mrs. K, J. Cook niul bnby, city. Mrs. Tnylor Laylon, city. Mrs., Vernon.Adams, Hnytl, Mo. Memphis -Melhoillsl Hospital* Admitted: Mary, Gnye Wfuldcll, Osceola. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted: . ' . Mrs. Laura Sharp, Haytl, Mo. Mrs. Joe Howard, Joiner. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Brendn Lee Bailey, city. Robert E. .Burdlnc, Sleele, Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Apple- bnmn, Wilson, n daughter. Lea?hville News, Mrs. Homer Strbiid'find dnugh- „,. er, Janice, have returned home of the program on "Red Men and n( ter a three week's visit will White," and opened her program with a vocal so!o, "Indian Love Call,", given by Mrs. W. D. Cobb. A talk was given on "Ohrlstinn relationship of the Indians," by Mrs. H. R. Brandon, Mrs. Ray Hall discussed "The Life of Greenwood uefiore," and Mrs. John Mcllancy talked on ."The Ntivaho Indian." The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. Episcopal Auxiliary Meets Mrs. J. Louis Cherry was hostess to members of St. Stephen's Episcopal Auxiliary yesterday afternoon sit her home at 1101 West Main. Nine members and two visitors, New Shipments of ANTIQUES Are Arriving Almost Dally! Come In, We Like "Shoppers". The Gift Shop Wtodern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN frlcntis in Austin, Texns. Mrs. Jolin Bcnrdcn Jr., ami Jerry Hnbbnnl, sjient Insl week in Chnt- InUQogu, Tenn., where they visited Lookout Mountain, Signnl Moun- tnin nnd oilier jxilnts of Interest In the Smoky Mountains. Mi's. Bcnrdcii nnd jerry have returned home, while Jolin Denvdcn Jr., rc- inalncd in Chnttanoogn, where he will nUond Bnylor MilHarj' Acnd- emy. Floyd Smith nnrt dniighter, Allic Uc Smith, left lost week Tor Richmond, Cnllf. Meetings The American i_«glon Auxiliary will meet tonlfht »t the luit, 8 Mrs Brewer and Mrs. Peterson, o'clock for « business session. nttendcd.tlie meeting, which open- LX| with reiiition of the Creed, followed by prayer, by the Rev. Thomas B. Smylhe Jr. Mis. Smythc was In charge of the devotional,' which was followed by the treasurer's revort. Mrs. Cherry WRS elected' chairman for Ihe blue boxes, anrt Mrs. J. D. McDowell was elected as a delegate to attend the church Institute to be held Sept. 25 hiough the 20 til Petit Jean. Members voted to make, a new £Ct of rert altar vcsimeiits, and work was begun on making stuffed animals for tale, orders for which now nre being taken by the organization. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer, and the Instess served refreshments during the social hour. PARDON ne FOR COWING IN THE BACK DOOR our \'t ANX/Oy5 TO GET TO THOSE FROSTY COLD .OR. PEPPERS INJ .THE REFRJGERATOR f-K The Cliickasawba District CiiapU. of the American Red Cross will hold ts regular monthly board meeting tonight, 8 o'clock, al the chnptvi office, room 203, Lynch Building.' stores. Bits of News Mostly. Personal Miss Constance Denton arrived ionic Sunday front Ditytona Beach, ?la., where she spent a week nl- .enditig n house party. She will be c for two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Denton, Ire- fore going to University of Arkansas at Faycttcvllle, where she will oe n student this year, after having ittcnded Georgia State College for Women at Milledgvlllc. Mr. and Mis. Ralph Nichols nnd .wo children. Martha and Ralph, lave returned from a visit In Motn- Dhts and Jonesljoro, Ark. David Moore will leave Sept. 13 for Cnsile Heights Military Academy. Lebanon, Tenn., where he will be a student this year. Uremia Lee liailcy, daughter of vfr. and Mrs. Oscar Bailey, Is a pa- .icnt at Memphis Baptist Hospi- .fil. where she is' undergoing treat- 'licnl. 1 Mrs. Bailey Is with her. Mrs. Joe Crnlij returned Saturday night to her home in Redondo, I-'alir., after having been called here hy the death two weeks ago of her nother, Mrs. Jesse Goad.' She was iccompantcd home by her father, who will make nn extended visit there with the Cralgs. Berry Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Allen Sr,, and John White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White, eft last night for ICcmper Military School. Boonville, Mo., where they will foe students this year. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haincs returned last nluht from Biloxl, Miss., where they spent a week with their son, Pvt. Harry A. Haines, whu Is stationed nt Kcester Field. Patricia and Carolyn ChlM, daughters of Dr. nnd Mrs. Fred Child, left Sunday morning for Joncsboro, where they have entered Holy Angels Academy for'the coming year. They were accompanied there by their sister, Miss Rosemary Child, who returned home last night. Mrs. C. H. Wheeler has returned home after a visit of three months In California with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Holston Robinson and family of Ocean Park, Mr. and Mrs H. P. Singery of Lennox, and Harr.\ Wheeler of Tnglewood. She also visited her sister, Mrs. Delia McOliee in Los Angeles. Pfc. Mack Morris of Page Fioid. Fort Meyers, Fla., is spending a furlough here. A former employe of the Coiu'ier News' composing room, he has been in the Army two yenrs. : Miss Lottie Pearl StllweU' has returned from a three weeks''Visit with relatives in Sikoslbu and Springfield, Mo. ; Mr. and Mrs. Ron .Weems of Little Rock Will arrive this alternob'i lo spend n few days as the giiescs of Mr. ami Mrs. Luclan Gaiues. Mrs. M. E. Wlieclci of Memphis Is spending several days here wllh her cousin, Mrs. Dnn Dunkln and Mr. Dunkln. Don Brown, slx-ycnr-old son of the Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Brown, underwent-an emergency appendectomy last night at Memphis Baptist Hospital, where he was faken after having been stricken suddenly 111 yesterday morning. Hfs par- cuts an with him, nnd liU condition wis Improved this morning. J.'C. Webb h undergoing treat-' :nent al Memphis Baptist Hospital,' where he Is improved after having neen qilte III.' His dnuuhter, Mrs. Lucy UuAdams, is in Memphis ii'ltll hin. Lieut. Sterling Harrcll of West Point, Miss., ts (pending several days alcrc as the guest, of Miss Patricia Wise nnd her parents, Mv. nnd Mi 1 ,, Lloyd V. Wise. Lieutenant Harrcll, who was among the first group jf aviation cadets to take Ihetr tasic training at Blytheville Army ilr Field In 1B42, has been wllh lie Air Transport command In Indii for the past 18 months, raturnfc? (o Hie Stales about three weeks mo Osceola Youths Ready To Begin College Classes OSCf-ai.A, Ark., Sept. 5—A lliim- i>cr of Osceoln girls and hoys will leave His month to attend col- Icscs rJid universities throughout the country. Miss Sliivla Driver will leave Sept. 15 for Madison, Wis., where she will attend University of Wisconsin. Miss Mly Gwallney has enroll- ecl at Dike University, Durham. N. wlieic she will so on Sept. 13.. Miss Aim Trnvls left today for Chicago lo resume her studies at Chicago Academy of Fine.Arts. Miss Miirjoric Mayo,..Miss Betty Semmes Miss Virginia l.ce lipsl, Cecil Wflborn and Tommy Raglatid plan to enter the University of'Ar- kansas. Fayctteville, on Sept. 11. Miss June Welborn will return Sunday to Union University, Jackson, Trail., and Miss Emily Sue Sllverblitt will return to the University '>r Tennessee, Knoxvlllc, for her second year. Miss Carolyn Rhodes will enter Texas Slate College for Women, | Denton, Texas, while Miss Eliza- bclli Thome, Miss Betty Jean Moore, Austin Moore and Joe Newman w.iitworth will leave Sept. 11 for Conway to enter Hendrlx College, Miss Lintin Eclrington and Miss Betty Jean Coleman will enter Gulf Psi-k College, Oulfport,- Miss., while Miss Glenda Marie Maxwell, Miss Emma Cox, Miss Betty Jack Milllcati, Miss Patricia Danehower, Miss Frances Dnnchowcr,. Miss Billie Sue .Thomas nnd Miss Mary Louise Ashmorc have gone to Nfishville where they will, attend St. Cecelia Academy. Charles Lowrance III of Driver will leive tomorrow for Webb School at Bell Buckle, Tenn. ; : Billle Shlppen left ycsterdav for Columbia Military College, Columbia, Tenn., and Frank Barham will leave Sunday for his second year at, Western Military Academy in Alton, 111. - / Hoy McPherson Rogers has enrolled In castle Heights Military Osceola Society—Personal . Marcus Williams and son, Marcus, are visiting Mr. V/ll-' Hams in San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Taylor Segraves has returned from it visit with her. mother Mrs. C. E. Hlnton in Flint, Mich' Lieut. Harwell Col. and Mrs. Mallory of Columbus Army Air Field, Miss., arc spending their 10- da'y leave with his parents, Dr r-.nd Mrs. C. M. Harwell. Major aitl Mrs. Joe fihodes and children ••>! Washington, b. c., have KiTlvccl here for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Joe W. Rhodes. Mrs. Joe "Karris and daughter, Sylvia, have returned from Clill- dersburg, Ala., where they visited Mrs. Harris' sister, Mrs. B, W. Lester and family, Mrs. Frank McDonald and children, Bethany Ann and Frank Jr., have gone to Sebring, Fla., to Join Lieutenant McDonald, who is stationed there. Mrs. O. Hnncll Jones has arrived from Milwaukee for a two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. sncl Mrs. R. H. Jones. Mrs. Jetlic Driver and son, Jerry nnd Dvvight, and her brother, D. II, Blackwood Jr., have gone to Lqconla, Wash., where they will visit Mr. Driver who is stationed there. Dr. Margaret Ethel Jones arrived home during the weekend to siiend the remainder of the Summer with her parents, rM. and Mrs. R. H. Jones. She was accompanied here by her sister. Mrs. W. B. Thornlng and daughter, Mnrgo of New Orleans, who will visit- her parents here for several days. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Friendly Seven Club meeting .with Miss Edythe George. , Mrs. William Dolen entertaining A. D. C. Club. | THURSDAY Mrs. James Hill Jr., entertaining Friday Luncheon Club, FRIDAY C. B. C. Club meeting with Mrs. Ross Moore. Mrs. Byron Nail entertaining a. N. B. Club. Mrs, Roy Woods entertaining 400 Clul). the all-day program and listened to war bond speeches by Mr. Dean ami oilier .speakers. Dr. Roy Biiey • was chairman of the program committee In charge of arrangements. By Ihe end of 1041 owners,-, of privale planes in the U. S. totaled 24,124, compared with 27 million privately owned automobiles. PERMANENT WAVE Do it yourw-U. It's easy as pullinc your linir up in cutlers. You'll find . y tiling you need in liic PERMANENT WAVE KIT Koguircs no licat or ctectricily. Safe, tor every lyin: of luiir.Ovcr S million sold, Get the atn.ii- UIK C.tiorm-Knrl PumxrwA Wave Kil todaj . KIrby Bros. Drug Store dnig MINNIE LEE JONES Teacher of Piano Announces reopening of lie classes for beginners and advanced jmiiils. Enroll Now For Convenient Hours. Slwlio 807 Chickasjwbii I'ho'ne 29i)-l Buy Your Winter Supply of WOOD and KINDLING While U Is Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON TOO RANK LOTS I BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Blytlieville, Ark. Phone 2911 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, nre remembered always. Our flowers are Hi- ways fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to phase. Let our expert aeslgners help you with your floral needs. SHOP F.T.D. Service WE Deliver Anywhere . «1 Mrs. J. HI. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoe Blag. Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M, S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES in PIANO ~ ORGAN — VOICE Former New York Organist nnd Teacher Pupil of Clarence Dickinson President of Union Theological Seminary School of Muslo For Appointment nVi fl ?M r i, Writ \ Mrs. «»ll« n c. Fowlston 1101 Chldiasawba rhone 2W9 Do, Voii Hate HOT FLASHES? U.you suffer from hot flashes, feel weak, nervous, a bit blue- nt times --fill due to thq functional "middle- tge" period jiccullRr to women—try Lydla E. tMnfch^m's Vegetable Compound to relievo Eiicli symptoms. Made especially tor women—If )ic!j)i nature! Follow label directions. IVPlh F PINKHJIM 11 ; VEOETRBIE O.JMH C. l.innnHm C rnnpnusn Academy, Lebanon, Tenn., where h e will enter school Sept. 13, as has Robert Stuart Miller of Joiner. Dean and Band Guests At Rector Celebration The 85st AAP Baud from the BlytliRvllle Army Field, accompanied by "Doc" Dean, participated in the annual picnic of the Rector Picnic Association yesterday at Rector, Ark. The fa.itid look part In the pucn- in parade al 9:30, enjoyed a bountiful lunch as the guests of the association, and gave a concert at 3 P. M. About 5000 persons enjoyed Mof/ier'sFn'enrf" helps bring'easa and comfort to expectant mothers. M o T H E R ' s FfflEND, on exquisitely prepared emollient* Is useful In nil condl- ttons where a bland, mild anodyne massage medium In skin lubrication ts dc- Elred. One condition In which women Jor more limn 70 years have used It Is nn application for massaging the body during pregnancy ... It-helps keep the skin EOJt and pliable... Ihus avoiding unnecessary discomfort due to dryness and tightness. It refreshes ond tones tho skin. An Ideal massage- application for the numb, tingling or'burning sensations of the skin ... for the tired back muscles or cramp-like pains In the legs. Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use Continuous Show* E?ery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 HSTEN TO Kl.ON lift •«. -12:45 p.m. 4 : jj p . . rf I Fr/cijJ—the skin luliricanl. Try it tontt;:!. NOTICE All Ex-Service Men of World Wo? I and World War II Are Requested To Be Present. Slli DISTRICT AMERICAN LEGION MEETING Osceola. Ark., Sept, 10th SPEAKERS: D wight Crawford, Cimimiimler,'ami Hurry Miller, Post Commander Register 10 o'clock at Legion Community Hnl . . . Cluirch at II. Dinner nl 12. Business from 1 lo 3. EVBRETT REED, Ccmmnmlcr alh District. V^ A 4|g MAKGARETS BEAUTY 8HOI' IN 0. Knrt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Bfouty Problem* Modern Kqulpment Kxjiert Ik'aullcuins Tuesday {'t"'r>, HARRY JOE BROWN j ., wlHi'HNiSl COSSHR1 • Shility Winlei • lolinny | "Stfil" Povit • Qua Kiuger • Firty Xilbiirfe • - Ctalst Conkiin • Ftiu [fid nnd CUMIII AKIU i end Her (cmpBfiy ftllliltd b) PiGdacM'l Caiimliaa cl JLstiici' .IilllitJ lira Bills MUSIS _. Selected Short Subject Wfitlnestlay Thursday and Friday ^ "OUR rORD AWYS STARTS AMD RUNS! J'vc ou-ncj l : or<U since 'J-f. They're figlitvrs iti.it never quit, Tim's wliat I like. I fott^tit some of iJic licst hcasywcislits in the 1930*5," 'Sure glad I've got a FORD!' '•OUT HERE WtATHER GETS TOU6H. When you're raising siock and K rJ '" you often ri.vve to get lo town and back fast. A I'orJ lias the iK>\vcr and pep for any roiJ and weather." "REPAIRS HAVE COST ME mi tllflE. My 19-10 Ford is mighty easy on gas anil tires, anil il'skcpl itssnurt looks anil gooJ_finish in spile of constant hard use in all kinds of \vcailKr." Says CHARISS RfULAFF, Slock nml Grain Farmer Ifoiuml, North Dakota From every state conic, friendly Icllcrs telling ofihe gootl service For<l owners are getciiig from their cars. They tell what millions of oilier Ford owners know to be true—that tlicirc.irs are powerful, economical and dcpcmliihlc—lhat they arc comfortable and easy to drive—and that their fine performance, hacked hy i : ord Dealers' Protective Service, endures for years. NEWS NOTES— fordpfcnf* employ /now than 5,000 men in cleaning cre*j. They wfaf out 5,000 mopr OftJ 3^000 brooml a monfS, and uid fl6 torn of roap end 75,000 gallon! of pain' Itseprng Ford plant* clean. liirt tliu 30,8:O.OCO Fill, Hiicin/ ui Until cui-ml rii4 Tri;ti-lril t»9 Wl M»ttn«» Bit. Si Sun. Only Opens each night 6:45; slarta 'J Oprnj Sunday 1:00; 8ta.rU 1:!5 C«ntlnnon<i Sliuwi Bit. and Snn, Mrht Every Nltlit Em»< B»tur<iay. ' N« )UM* honored on laniiy •' the R«j. Tuesday & Wednesday Aldiers to slacks £a iato action... on tiieswfisFiiift ...and the battle of )3»6! BJUISIIEOHD1 KM FOCH JESS BARKER LLOYD BRIDGES PERCY KIIBRIDE IB* KOGRE SclEclcd Shorts

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