The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 27, 1937
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ft ULY'niEVILLE (AJIK,)'.COURIER NEWS TUESDAY,-APRIL 2Y, 103V Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Chapter 'D P E O. meeting with Mr*. C R BMKC-ck, 2:30 !> Jewish Aid societj meeting with Mrs .Milton Steinberg and Mrs. Ike Miller at Slernbcrg home, 8 5> Mrs W J Pollird having Wednesday Bridge, club. Suilbeams. First Baptist church, ineetrhg 3 30 P M ' R.A's, nrst Baptist church, H'cetmg 4PM. iChirch of Christ Bible study meeting with Mrs Hurry Samson, 2:30 -P. M. 'THURSDAY S EVENTS Mrs. A. Comvay having Mid- Week Bildge club Town and Counliv Bridge club meeting with Mrs J W. Parker. MR, V B Jovner having Thurfi- day Contract club Thursday Bndge club with Mrs. H A Ta\lor. Ctijliolic altar society pnrtv, at social hall, 8 P. M. Mrs BMOII Moise having Thurs- das .luncheon club -SATURDAYS EVENTS Cljildien of Confederacy having luncheon meeting at home ot Betty Phillips, 12 30 P M., 801 V.. Walfeit St. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia l!J7BrM*$tBVICr.lliC. T.M.MC.U.9.f*I.WF. . __ meeting bingo Complimented \\ilh Paris'- Mrs Ed Williams of Armorel \vho"has been complimented will a number of Inlcicsling affairs at Wilsbn since her mirriage Easier vastest of honor sit another party yesterda\ afternoon wlien Mrs •\y I 1 Wilson and Mrs. Roy Cox entertained 44 guests witlvu bridge iraly at the Whwn club, house Oalrol tov n guesls were Mrs. Cnas I/iwnmce of Driver Mrs. Etltli Regeiiold Miss Marguerite Matlh cwsrand Mrs Clnilcs Crlgger <>• of lie're TKe enteitalnlng i coins had lu lips,-roses ard snapdragons arrant cd against a background of bend inc spirca which formed a color fill setting foi Ihe bridge tuble The first prize, a crystal vas went to Mrs. Thomas Lsney. Sec ond lush prize, a pottery bbwl, wa awarded Mr H Goldman, tin prize, led glasses, and the trave ' ing 1 * aiard crvstal glasses, bo we°nl to Mrs Eimnett Ciiilds jr. an Mrs: Williams was presented a be ij set in lock crystal. Mis Wilhims was formerly Miss Mnxine Willacc of Wilson. Bits of .'News' Mostly Personal Mr. mid Mrs. R, ; 'I. Haley and itci-s/..-Mrs. -'Uoyd Stickmon el Mrs. Murray Smart, arc In roy. Tcnn.. today for the funeral Edward Wooldridge, ncphe.w of rs. Haley, who was killed-in an itomoblle accident at Nashville, enn., Sunday. He formerly ?.lived ' "Noil-, hoifcy, it's stupid lo be superstitious." "Maybe EO, but I'll bet any traffic cop can make you believe in sitjns,", V. -I 0 MeeK Chaplei 'N of the P. E. O. met 'Saturday at Ihe home ol Mrs. B. A Ljnch when Mrs. George M. Hunt and Miss Aim Mae 'parting- ton -'were hostesses. After the business meeting, which reports of tlie convention | were given served. a dessert course was ended. Mrs. Joe S. Dlllahunty was Dlblc leader. Mrs. W. n. Crawford ;ave the devotional, taken from mid Mrs. J. W. Bishop offered prayer. Refreshments were served in the social hour. Mrs. Josephine Werl and Mrs. C. B. Kcltlngcr entertained circle 2, at Ihe Wert apartments, when the 20 present, included n new meinli;r, Mrs. Fred Blumer: Mrs. fl. I.. Rcedcr gave the mission study after Mrs. Theodore Logan hud presided In the business session. Mrs Charles Newsomb. Mrs. n. t. ley and Mrs. E. B. Woo:lsou olfcra prayers. A dessert course was served.' Circle 3 met nt U:c church ivhci nine attended. Mrs. R. U. Smal read-from'John 13 lor Ihe d;vt) tional and Mrs, Alfred Carpente and Mrs. U. W. Mullins led i ornyers. The business session wa presided over by Mrs. Lloyd Stick inon before Mrs Marion William gave the mission study. The grou was dismissed by ^5l•s. Lesl Moore. ':"}-.:>•'• ••-* ! "R':J!!B! Mrs. johijj-.Buclianan s>iilsri«mu circle 4 wljsn 13 attended. Mrs. [ Farrcll read from Psalm 147 for devotional and Mrs. William Osceola Society — Personal Wcnian's Council OreauJ/eil. At a called meeting of all the women of the Christian church yesterday afternoon at the church Mrs. Wclby .Young elected president of the. Woman's Council, which will study and promote tlie various lines ..of endeavor carried on by the national organization of the church. Elected to serve with Mrs. Young No Need For Craning Neek At New Type Cooking School Seeing is bsllcvtng! Because the courier News lieves tliat seeing is imdsrsiand- ing, invitations urc out for a new Cooking School course next wc;k In the Roxy theater—a friendly class where every fascinated listener will have a close-up of what is happening in more than OIK model kitchen. . "The Bride Wakes Up" is the- latest 1937 model Cooking School, .... Mrs. Hugh Craig, vice-presi-Ui ra i g ht from Hollywood, where it flout, and Mrs. R. M. Fletcher, V as skillfully directed, filmed and Ecci-elary-trcasurcr. Meeting date is to be the fourth Monday of each month. Commll- | course, in the wide variety of ' household equipment assembled in clear view of the audience. Although this sprightly romance was built around a real plot that might happen in any community, it also was built around scieiitifically- plaimed home kitchens, designed expertly for the utmost in convenience, time-saving and comfort. All of ths practical equipment Is seen in active use, while trained home economists blend helpful lees will be text meeting. nppolnted at the Following the bus- onor of Mrs. Gertrude Nnylor Iquslcn, Tcxns. The other gue •ere Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Trav nd .sons, Doweu and Bowcn, Iv 1 Dnimn Bowcn of Stccle and Mrs. lurvo lliuiey of Hayti. ^_ Mr. and Mrs. Jerry I-Ieily^and Miss Uubyc Barker of Cooler, and Mr, and Mrs. D., Ben Holly of Curnlhcrsvillc iipenl last week-end n Memphis where they were Joined by Mr. ami. Mrs. Russell Turu- uge 'of Litile Rock. -• j Miss Jiianlta Lcsslng is, visiting friends in Springfield, Mo. Shu has b;en olfered a position . there and may remain indefinitely.. Buddie Wright spent last weekend- in St. Loub on business. • Mrs. Cean returned to her home In Cooler Sunday,' alter several week's visit with her son, Alfred. Taylor, and wife, nt Memphis. ;' Mr. and Mrs: Harry Whilner and children of Sikcslon spent Sunday in Cooler as guests of Dr. and Mrs. .T. K. Cooper. , :Billie Turner is confined to Ills home In .Cooler with lonsililh. . "Freddie Mae Forsylhe of Tyler Miss Prances Tucker, of Wash- jton, u, C., has arrived to spend x weeks with her parents, Mr. 1 ana is. C. c. Tucker, , ; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams are In lomphis today. ' Mrs. J. 'II. "Smolriefiiian uua aiighicr, Miss Gladys, have rc- iru:d from lllckman, Ky., where icy were guesls of Miss Lidn loore tor several days. Mrs. Eitclie Regeiiold, Mrs. Bernrd Ciooch. Mrs. Ed Williams and Irs. Charles Crlgger jr., will go>to Memphis tomorrow to see Tallu : ah Bankhead in ''Reflected GloryV 1 Mrs. O. W. McCulchen has rc- urncd frfom Winter Park, Pla., vhere she was called because of. the llness of her daughter, Miss Batty Lt>e, who was recently injured in in automobile accident. .M.iss. Me : Cutchc'n accompanied her liome She • is much improved but; will have to have treatments for her and will be unable lo return to school. Her back was In'Jnred when she fell from a.lruck which was carrying some scenery for a play and a number of students from one building lo another at Rollins ness session a proji'am on Africa vas led by Mrs. Milton Pope. » • • Methodist Circles Meet. Mrs J. A, Pigg was hostess to of the ntcrprcted by a quality cast. This newspaper :hls motion picture picture-school will^ue distributed dally, .: Other surprises are in store, loo, n a generous supply of gifts which will further reward the seekers after entertaining instruction. Hereby resolve to join the parads of homemakers to the Roxy May 4. 5 and 0. Hayti Society — Personal lions with their shortening. There is nothing members of Circle Methodist W. M. S. at her horns yesterday with Mrs. C. W. Wat- Ecn. Mrs. H. 13. Jones, Mrs. Let Maxwell, and Mrs. B. R. Moore as co-hostesses. During the bu:;i ness session, led by Mrs. W. B Flannlgan, chairman, plans wer discussed lov the district conference to tic held May G and 7. Circle "B" was entertained by Mrs. Alma Morrison, assisted by Mrs. H. M. Rhenbush, Mrs. Mona Mcore, Mrs. Steve Ralph, and Mrs. Ed Wiseman, * * * Sirs. W. P. -Hale Hostess. • Forty - members and guests of the Baptist W. M. U. heard program on the French conducted by Mrs. A. F. Ghiscoe at the home of Mrs. W. P. Hale yes- lord ay afternoon. homemaklng entirely free, for three days, filarting Tuesday, May 4. "If I couid only sec exactly how she mixes and handles her piecrust." That wall has been heard from beginners and from more experienced ccoks, even in Cooking School. Craning necks and anxious eyes,, trained on the stage from the sides ana back of- tha demonstration hall, have failed lo catch nil of the important steps In pastry-making and other culinary arts Only Ihe early birds in the very front row have had a closc-m of the stage in the past, and evci they couldn't peer directly into .he mixing bowl. Camera Solves Problem •The living rooms attrac- Jmyisli People Have Benefit Tarty. Mrs. Waller Rossnlhal and Mrs. Henr\ Loh«r» of here, and Mrs. Max Borowsky and Mrs. Willbm Borowsk) of Manila, were hostesses for a benefit party for members of the Jewish Aid society and their husbands, • which ; was given Sunday night at the nearby homes of Jhe iwo Borowsky families al Manila. • Tiierc were 60 guests \yho visited at Both houses whers various game: entertained them, included in these were guests from L;r»nto. Manila Corning, Osceola, Keiscr and Bly- thejille. '. r ' * • » Chrislian Church Colmcil Elects. Mrs. J. D. Smith was elcelc:! president of tt.e Woman's Council of Ihe First Christian "church in a meeting Monday,afternoon at tlie , Sonie of Mrs. ,r. c. Ellis, at Barfield. She succeeds Mrs. C. A. Taint. Oiher officers named wove: Mrs. S. D. Smith, vice-prcsldeiil; Mre. Gordon Evrartl, secretary. Mrs. E. M. Terry'gave Vr.e devotional and a program on "Our Orphan Homes" and Mrs. Ray Hall, Mrs. J.' D. Smith and Mrs. John C. McHancy also made talks on:this .theme. Berryinan gave-the lesson. Prayers were offered by Mrs. R. O. Cash and Mrs. W. J. Rogers. Mrs. Rogers presided in Ihe business session. Circle 5 had 12 members present m a meeting at the church. Matthew 18 was used for the acrlptur:? lesson iu the devotional period, presided over by Mrs. Earl Parker. Mrs. K. D. Man- presided in Itc ouduc-ss session and Mrs. Roy Heat' gave the Bible study. Prayers were cllercd by Mrs. T. R. Shepherd and Mrs. Alvin Huffman. + • » Mcthodisls' Conclude Mli'sion -yiudy of Africa. A study of modern Africa as seen by tile tourist concluded Die study 3f the mission book "Out of Af- lica" which, members of tlie Woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church ha:l Monday afternoon, in a mcclino at Ihe spent last week-end here as the ot Liltie'Lou Wilson. nn(1 y w Colcmnn Saturday'' in Memphis. and Mrs. Arthur Ashcraft Mr. and children Mcnday. moved to Lilbouin college. Mrs. Whit Goodman and daughter. Lie,' will return lo Memphis loinoiTov,' after n visit with Mrs. Gocdman's parents, Dr. and Mis. P. D. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whitworth have returned lo their horn? in Ua- lon Rouge. L'.!., aflsr a brief visit with relatives. P. B. Joyncr and David Woid attended a General Motors msst- ijt In Memphis'yesterday. W. V. Alexander 'attended/to business In Cape GirarJeau- Moil- day. ' i '5 Mrs. J. A. Leech and Miss Piggy McKcel are in Memphis today W. A. Alflick has returned from St. Louis, where he attended to business lor two weeks. • iMr. and Mrs. Allen Huddleston and .son. formerly of hsreiand ns* of Bviiiklci, Ark., are 'liere for three weeks stay on business: ,Thev are guests of Mr. and Mrsv'Ed Stanley anj Mr. and Mrs, Carney j Lnslic. ' " : '..'r .'''''•!]• ' ' i Mr. and Mrs. C. P.'Tucker and daughter. Miss France-:, .rf Wa7li- injlon, D. c.. will spml tomorrow in Memphis. Mrs. w. B. Tiinnsr returned to her home in Helena today afler tive with large baskets of spirea utui wiegelia. ,:Mrs. Glascoe told of the origin of the French race and their contribution lo Ihe world in art, painting, sculpture, architecture, and music. The devotional on "The Discipline of the Spirit," Now the wizardry of the earner has solved the problem, making i possible for every person in th Roxy theater to share-each fas cinntlng stage of the plannin measuring, blending and bakin practical, up-to-date kitchens. Thesa aren't stage "movie" kitchens either, just assembled for surface gocd looks. That is another point where the motion picture "school' 1 has graduated beyond the average demonstration like getting presenting | right into another woman's kit- romance of ien and watching her methods lo arn the fundamental seerels of ooking. But most experts don't ant to be watched. Seldom arc ley willing to work before an udlence and seldom do they reveal II their clever short-cuts and hrcwd planning program, which ransform. home-making into an xecutive business. .. Yes, seeing Is bslleving, but it is difficult to believe that pies and cakes and salads could be such novle stars—could look so appeal- ng, so tempting and so life-like n close-ups that svill bring them clearly to each person in the Roxy. Facts and Fun For once the motion picture camera was leisurely, - completely unhurried and'painstakingly accurate. Number Nine News AclK 4:32-5:11, given by Mrs. I. S. Burton, was followed with a duct "Come. Holy Spirit;" sung I)V Mrs. R. II." Jones and Lyman Shcddan. -Christianity's entrance into France through the influence ' of Clotilda was described by Mrs. Ira Davenpor.t. A historic account of the French exploration' and colonization of America, the Louisiana^ Purchase, and the Arcaelian exile was given by Mrs. : R. H. Jones. ;• Others, haying a part on the program were Mrs. John A. Edrington, Mrs. D. A. Siler, and Mrs. L. Howton. ^ Eighteen" mission study seal?: Vforc -awarded to those complet- ihg examination in the- recent fitudy class. • . - - v SjMrs. W. :S.. Chism, Mrs. Frank to tlicir home in Hackensack N. J., alter a week's visit with tlid former's daughter, Mrs. E. H Burns and Mrs. Burns. Miss Tyndall is superintendent, of high, school in her home city. ' Miss Jane 'Flannigan and he guest, John Walton of Columbia Train., accompanied by her aunt Mrs. John W. Edrington, motoree to' Columbia yesterday and wil visit William Bard Edrington, wli is in Columbia Military academ} They will return Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Driver jr and children, were : in Mempli ycstcrduy. Mrs. John White and Mrs. Gcc fi-ey White are. in Little Rock th week as Ihe guests of Mrs. Gcorg Adams'and Mr. Adams. Mrs. Frank Williams accompat led Mr>. J. L. Wiilihins to Mem phis iwJay to con.~i..'l her phy There is no trickery in this mix- Ing, baking, cooking and preparation of .appetizing ice-box wonders. Competent cooks who have drifted into bad. habils will be able lo check-the'ir own mistakes by study•the systematic routine revealed these close-ups. Fun, novelty and entertainmeiv e joined throughout the feature cturc, lor it's always fair \vcath- whcn neighborly cooks get tcj- cthcr. Tlomcmaklng has a unlvcr- al appeal, and every woman is iger to learn, the newest news oi er craft. Cooking, romance, modern kit- hens and a resourceful bride do ot tell the coraplele. story of tnis 937-model cooking school. The picture is a whole laboratory of uodern ideas an'd wise- counsel, ouclihig on latest 'developments in home equipment and accessories, ncluding laundry methods, ways uth left-overs, beauty secrets, hints on saving lime and labor; and frash iiiggestioivs on :how to cntcrlaii: raciously, 'as well- as/ how to be thrifty. / It won't be. necessary to earn |)B<1'and pencil and'try to scribbli measurements : in . the darkene: theater, for free recipe' sheets, will complete formulas .for many of th delicious dishes .prepared, "in ,this The Junior Ben Hur lodge of this city entertained the Senior B2ii Hur lodges of Kcnnell and Hayti with a banquet at Kelly's Hotel Friday evening. Dancing at the Lodge followed the dinner. Mr. and Mrs.»Leeds Butler and son moved to Cariithcnviile Friday. Mr. Butler, who for three y;ars has been druggist for the Wells and Peoples Drug Store of this city, will serve as druggist at the Baskins Drug store at Caruthers- villc. ^ Mrs. Frank Melton and children are in Charleston visiling relatives. Mrs. J, A. Meyers moved to St. Louis Friday to join her daughter, Mrs. Buster King, who is taking a beautician course there. Mrs. .Wolf Khouri: anci daugh- er. Miss Edna, and son, E:lward. iccompaniccl by Misses Pauline and Handuma Hamra of Camihersvills, spent Sunday in Cairo and Mounds, 111., visiting relatives. In Cairo they were guests of Mrs. L. Khourie. Worgan, and were visitors.-' having spent several days with relatives. She was accompanied lo Memuliis by her mother, Mrs. T. J. Maban. and her sisters. Mrs. Josiah Fort of Clavksvllle, Tcnn., who is vi'itinj'here,.'Mrs. Jamas The i;nnual school program will \ H, Bell, Mrs. Ross D. Hughes and 1)2 held al 7:30 Friday at the N'nm- Mis. Byron Morse. Mr, : and Mrs-,;;Carrol .Blakcmore Lvninn Shcddan Mrs. W. H. Gilbert and Miss Sara E.. Tyndal) have returned r • Mrs. Frank William Mrs,. Guy 'Bryant, Mr. Mr. ;i and Mrs. L. W.. Waters, and and Mrs. Hugh 'Wharton of Lit Hotl; attended the. ball games St. Louis over tho -week-end. Oklahoma's production of prairie hay attains 300,000 lo 500,000 tons annually. Read Courier News Want Aos Eveljtfrinj For Voitr Entcitain- menl and .Comfort COMPLETE ^~ BEAUTY SERVICE; I'honc . IOC -.-.•' ;,^MARGARET'S ' ', BEAUTY SHOP (Less Stale Tax) —ON THE SCREEN— fit Houston, Bellville and Brenfcam, .Texas, where she visited relatives and friends. Miss Louise Lr.Hrell had as her guest for tbe weekend. Miss Margarat Lanier. of Memphis. >i Mrs. Virgil Greene. Mrs. Essie Davis, Mrs. Clyde Nicholson and Mrs. W. E. .Roddy spent Sunday :2 schoclhousc. , . ilomc DJinonstvation club i had .us their guesls fqr.SmrJay Mr. e,Her,ai,im=nt for ; and Mr,. J. T.' T0 *.bn . B d Hotel j ^"^ ^ of ^ ^ a patient at the Blytheville hospital, has arrived Virgil Greene bsient Monday in Sauirdnv nlqiVt ar'wlnch a quilt i Towson, of Memphis/Mrs. Towson will be given away. The proceeds j was formerly Miss Mary Aretai | Mcon community will bn used by the club to buy [ Galloway. — - ' Mrs. F. L. Engler n pressure cooker. There will be :\ Cakewalk and games will be played. Mr, and Mrs. G. J.. Whittle and ton, Sam D.. of Puxico, ami Mr. and Mrs. Percy Stnvall. Mr. ami Mrs, Pntil Collii-s and family and Mr. and Mrs: Frank Coats were Sun- churcli. Mrs. J. A. L;cch. the I day dinner guesls of Mr. and Mrs guest speaker, lolil of her visit to :3vsiiil points in Africa :ui:l displayed a number of Interesting curios brought from them. The final study ol the b^.">k W", given by Mrs. Harry Kiiby. who summarized ih? v.ork hciii^ 3o-ir tiicre by this church and the fi'.lur: I PLm Bingo 1'arlr. Mrs. Karl Green -inrl Miss Flo- rinue Jarboe are iu-ehivrs;e of tlie billgo parly ths altar sorfcty of the Church of Ills Immaciilals Conn'p- tiori is having Tliursday night, 8 o'clock, at the social hall. | --•-,.., j I'arly forlpolicd. Tjhe weekly party of the Youus Matrons Bridge club will meet oil Thursday instead of this afternoon when Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon will be hostess. e * « Lake Street Grcup Mccls. A World Outlook program was Riven by Mrs. Allen cols at a meeting of the Lake Street Missionary lociety yesterday. Mrs. M. N. John flon gave some interesting iacW gained from her attendance at tlie This ilurty, by Kmory Ross, lia.-i fcecn poin^ on l,-;v :,om? time uii'Jcr Ihe direction of M'.s. Hurry W. Haiues, mission study lealer. wlio has been assisted by srvri-nl cilhcr menib^rs. H. Collins. The little ton o[ Mr. and Mrs. C«rl Bean is quite ill. III Ciiri; for Spring Stccle-Cooler Society — Personal home from n two weeks visit in I Augusta on business. Mr. and Mrs. E. Berry ol Little. Rock. Ark., who arc visiting Mrs. j Berrj'r, parents. Mr, and Mrs.] Etaliins. at Lilbourn. wen: the | glicsts of Mrs. F,. W. McCaim and] family laJ-t week. Mrs. Berry !.-> best remembered here as Mrs. i Cpal Stallms field Mrs. E. W. McCnnn and daughters. Helen mid Mary .Anna, spent Sunday afternoon in Sttcic as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. North Arkarns Missionary confer-1 | )ccn Howard. cnce held recently, at Faycttcville. Mrs. George Dysingcr conducted a business session and all committee Mr, : is proved. Mr. and daughter. Mary Howard who very much has I in-' Sims Michie and Anna, and Frank! chairmen" submitted their monthly Harper and Mrs. Ruth Lawhon reports sl - cnt Sunday in Memphis. The 21 membsrs present heard Mr . anti Mrs T E Bl - igKfince Mrs O J Rodgers give the study entertained at dinner Sunday in on ' Bv the Wale"? of Bethesda." j I ' Baptist Circles Meet. .] Circles of the Woman's Missionary' Union of the First Baptis', church had meetings Monday aft- enioon in which all had their Bi- b'e stuales and business sessions The fust group was entertains! by Mrs E P. Hardln when 15 at- TlERX.Vi"' KNITTING VAKNS FREE INSrRUCTlONS New- spring and summer yarns Latest Styles Classes, Friday, 2:RO P. M. MRS. I.KSUE UOOl'EU lift) Chickasawba Phone 792 Ntnv'.s tlii? (inir to i; 1 -'! your hnir ;unl li,ui:ls i-.iul vkiu in ylt;it:e fur fin arti\r Minuncr. \Vc clfcv i'\rr> s: i vice you nnrtl ami every one i'i rliiniir,] iv in, 1 sff'S'S uc.'ili hi miml. Bcauly Shop THEvDOBBS Appropriti',- .-.-;h its youth;Dobbs Wei-, lesley nas d new, Swing-lime brim. You swing itddsiiin.iiyupjOrsoberiydownjdc- yo;u mood and costume. It's one of those gay huic,young little Dobbs h.dts known as Brie',;';: Feit; all colors. $ 7.50 Dobbs Hit! arc ir id; nthlrtccnhcJcis^es lor perfect f,t Miss Wliitsitt's Shop With Don Amcchc and Ann Sol hern .'..AHDTHEKEWPHILCO SPREAD-BAND DIAL ACTUALLY NAMES AND LOCATES THEM IN COLOR!" CAROLE LOMBARD FRED WacMURRftT OTHER BIB HEW FEflTURESJOO 'hicli'ncci Soundini; Board! •Shadow Tuning! •Glowinp Beam Tuning Range Indicalor! 'Tour-Poini Tone Conirol! '"Concert Grand Speaker! PHILCO 650X*- *So!<{ only lure £iealal } BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWa?!CE EftSlEST TERMS See and Hear the Amazing-New 1937 Admission—Aluay.s 10 iHatinccs FriiH-y, Saturday, Sunday Shew Every Mslit. Friday a"' 1 .Sunday Maliiicts start at 2:1 : >. Saturday Matinee al 1:13 Jf you're "from Missouri" . . . here's your big oppor- tumty. We'll demonstrate n new 1937 Plnlco m your own homc-FREE! Sec and hear the P.lnlco Foray, rwii»<! 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