The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 11, 1947
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FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1947 "Societu. Emily Wiison, Society Editor W BLYTII&V1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Phone 461 Frances Little to Wed Dan II Bell of Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anthony Little Sr., DID west Main SI., announce 1 , 'the engagement of their daughter,! Miss HetUe Prances Little, lo Dan Hughes Dell of Memphis, son of ( Mrs. Sadie II. Bell and the late William Filzluigh Dell of Memphis. The wedding will be an Important event of the Midsummer, ^i Miss Little was graduated from Iw Blytheville High School, where she was a member of the National Honor Society and Red Pepper Club. She later was graduated from Chris- liar. College. Co'umbia, Mo., where vice president of the Home Economics Club, member of the Lineage Club, and one of Ihe 10 members of Ihe Pep Squad of her class. Afler graduating from college, Miss Little was connected with Arkansas-Missouri . Power Company five years before becoming connected with her father in his extensive business interests. She has served as bookkeeper and office manager of Blythcvillc Motor Company for the past two and a half years. She vice president of the Wesleyan Guild Missionary Society of First Methodist Church and secretary of the Junior Sunday School Department. Mr. Hell attended Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tenn., where he received high scholastic awards and later was graduated from Central High School in Memphis. He served five years in the Army and for two years command - ded a special detachment of Infantry through four Pacific invasions when a first lieutenant. H< received numerous honors for his activities while in Hie Army. Connected with General Electric Credit Corporation, Mr. Bell is sales ^representative of Ihc Memphis Branch Office. » » • Miss Betty Jan c Smith Will Wed in Early Fall Mr. nml Mrs. 'J. 'Raymond Smith. 200 East Kentucky St., unnoum:c Ihe engagement of their daughter. Miss Betty June Smith, to Wit'lam Everett Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Peterson. The wedding will be solemn in :d in curly Fa]]. | The bride-elect was graduated 1 from Blytheville Hi?h School, where! she wns a inumbor of the Beta] Club '.ind R;d Pepper Club. Shcj has served as deputy circuit court [ clerk of Mississippi County for the) pas:, nine months. Mr. Peterson also was graduated from Blytheville High School, where his student activities included! membership in the Red Hi zoo's" arid Beta Club. He' is a vetef'Srr "of service in file Inquiry, having bt-en on duty in Japan and other areas of the South Pacific. He is no'.v employed nl -Arkansas-Missouri Power Company. Local Girls Will Go ' To Party in Little Rock Several young Blythevilie girls will be among rushces at a Delta Gnmma sorority party tomorrov.' n Little Hock. Graduates of Blytheville High School, they arc Miss Mary L'.-u Joyner, Miss Betty Woodson. Miss Julia Woodson Miss Rosemary Johnston, Miss Marilyn Deen and Miss Louclla Barnes. Others going lo the affair, which Delta Gammn rushces and mem- ! hers from all over Arkansas will ] attend, will include Miss Jean Moore, the sorority rush captain .it University of Arkansas. Miss Frances Shomc. assistant rush captain at the University, nnd Miss Sara Joyncr, a member there. Will Be Wed in MidSummer Bits of News Mostly W. lj. Homer Jr., Is In Kansas Cily, Mo., visiting his aunt ami im- cle, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Allmon. He motored up with his grandmother, Mrs. H. K. Smith of Wlieatley. Mr. ami Mrs. C. S. Lemons PAGE U-HBEB Mary Lynn Beau Wed To John J. Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Fred \V. Bean have announced ih c marriage of Ihelr daughter, Miss Mnry Lynn Hcun. to John J. Nicholson, son of Mr. Hiicl Mrs. w. 11. Nicholson. The wedding was solemnized July 2 In Hernnndo. Miss. Mrs. Nicholson was graduated In 1945 from lllylheville High School, She also attended Southwestern University, Memphis, where she was a member of Kappa Delta SororHv left She is a member of Alpha Alpha today for Baltle Creek, Mich., where Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority they will -spend several weeks. here. Mr. Nicholson attended the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dai Miss Helen Jane Bcckelheiinei of Kayetteville. W. Vn., will arrive lo- Hcrakling one of Hie Summer's major nuptials is the announcement made today by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anthony Little Sr., of Ihe engagement of their daughter, Miss Frances Hettic Litlli. lo D.UI Hughes Bell of Memphis. Weds Loco' Man Mrs. Jerry Scrape of Biythcvillc was before her marriage June 21 Miss Dorothy Nellc Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. IP. Moore of Uidgley, Tenn. Mrs. Copeland HOSVC To Fidelis S. S. Class The Fidelis Sunday School Clas-, of First Baptist Church met, last night :it the home of Mr:;, ii. A. Copeland for a covered-dish sup- )cr. morrow lo be the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Williams and Miss Virginia Williams. Miss Heckelheim- er and Miss Williams were roommates nl Mary Baldwin College, Stanton. Va. Glen Cook of Wapato, Wash., is the houseuucst of his nance. Miss Jean Moore, her parents. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Moore and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dodd have returned from their wedding- trip to Niagara Falls and Yonkcrs. N. Y., where they visited bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Dodd. They are now at home at HOD W. Ash St. Mrs. J. c. Pilvclt and daughter, Linda Fay, will spend the weekend In Tennessee, where they will visit •relatives and altend a reunion Sun- .day of Ihc Piivitl family at Reel- foot Lake. Miss Jessie Glenn Tomlin and Miss Kmily Wixson were in Memphis last night to atlend the MOAT oiwrctta, "Sari." They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Iloclqc. John White left for Memphis today to spend severnl days with a former classmate at Kcmpcr Military Academy, lioonvilte, Mo. Mr. ami Mrs. Eddie Ford re- (urned lost night, from- Chicago, where they were guests of their daughter. Mrs. Lorinc. Clampltt, and family. They were uccompan- ied home ty their granddaughters, Lorine and Omar Rosemarie Clampi! t, who will spend a month here. Mr. Port! jc.incd Mrs. Ford In Chicago after attending a convention of the GeneiMl American Life j Insurance Company at Macklnac Island, Mich., at which 21 states were represented. Miss ij'arbarn Mnnaghui has re- Bride of John J. Nicholson Ind., and the University of Tennessee, Knoxvitlc. He Is a veteran of Hie Army Air Force and was i flying instructor (or Niwy CadoV for two years prior lo entering Uv Air Force, They will make Ihclr home li Osccola, .where Mr. Nicholson i manager of Osccola Air Service. • • h Officers Ncimed Of Jayceettes Of Blytheville The JuycccttCK belong In Ulytho ville's newest organization—an nux llinry of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Wives of Ihc Jnyccc members organized last night at the clubroom. They elected Mrs. Marshall nincli- nr;l as president and other officers who will serve are Mrs. Phillip Ap- nlelmum. vice president; Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, secretary, and Mrs. Carl Marshall, treasurer. Tin: Board of Directors will be made up of Mrs. James Hoy. Mrs. James C. Guard nml Mrs. Leon denning. Officers, who began duties last night, will serve one-year leiuis. A meeting of Ihc Board of Directors to make tentative plans for activities will be held next Tuesday night. 8 o'clock at the 'Hammock home. Alsp making plans to organize ore wives of Jaycec members In Osccoln. who met with Jaycccs Tuesday night following a supper party. Besides the 33 members present, .'.•ere two i-.uests, Mrs. E'-b Carson ind Mrs. George Bell of Tieuton, Tenn., houseguest of Mrs. (.;. V. Daws. Coulcs Mrs. liste votional. Hydrangeas 'and mixed Snm!ii"r flowers decorated entoitaining rooms turned hc::ie from Greenwood, Miss., where she has been I Biicst or Miss 'Hetty Sue Inwrcnnc. Miss Monashai-.'s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghnn. 'ind sister, Rnsemary met iher in Memphis. Mrs. .lames B. Clark has returned to B'ylhcvillc and is making her home at Hor.el 'Noble alter several M ^ months vacation, which included ...c dc- j toms to coastal slates and to points of interest in other sections of the country. Seekers Held on Class Party River Bank Jolly Eight Members Guests at Rook Party Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertained the members of the Jolly Kight Club yesterday afternoon and one guest, Mrs. Elva I'oc, at her home on North Franklin Street. In rook games. Mrs. J. O. Hucy received high and second went to Mrs. Helen Wren. Mrs. Grover Wren won rooko. Bouquets of hydrangeas, daisies and other Summer flowers decorated entertaining rooms. A dessert course was served by the hostess. Laney , Memorial Commission LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 11. <UP) — Gov. Hen Lancy yesterday announced the names of a ID-member honorary Vicksburg Confederate Memorial Commission created by the I9« legislature. Ncill Bohlingcr of Little Rock was named chairman. Other members are Sen. John Mosby of Le- Ipanlo, Rep. w. L. Ward of Mari- I r.nna. Rep. John J. Hornor of Helena, Harry Ponder, Sr., of Walnut Ridge, Mrs. John F. Wineman of Liltlc Rock. Mrs. \V. II. McCain of Cotton plant, Mrs. w. E. Masssy of Hot Springs, Miss Ruth Harciin of Fort Smith and Mrs. A. E. Slusser of Hope. Drs. Carl and Edna Nics will leave this weekend, for a six-weeks 765 Guests Attend Tea Honoring Recent Bride OSCEOLA. July 11.—Among the season's outstanding social events here was the lea given yesterday by Mrs. W. W. Prcwitt Sr.. in compliment lo Tier daughter-in-law, Mis. Richard Edwin Prewitt. was Miss Eliznbcth Ann Taibol of Reydel before her recent marriage. Sharing honors with Mrs. Prcwilt, who is being complimented with numerous affairs by Osccolans, were her mother. Mrs. J. Bcaurcgard Talbot. and sister, Miss Annetta Talbot. both of ReydeL Forming an effective selling for the 1G5 guests were bouquets of Worchcsler, England, has been both s country ana it .city, with its own lord-lleuteiient.'atid sher){f, v for more than 300 years. " : ' : Jiily Clearance to/ Discount On All Lamps AM Saks Cash—AH Sales Final THE GIFT SHOP 10U ICjist Main Street " Or wide Interest in lllythcvillc is (he announcement ami Mrs. Fred llcan of the mimbue of their diiuchler, Mlsr; Mary I.ynn liean, to Joliu J. NiehoU.on, sun of Mr, nnd Mrs. w. ]!. Nicholson. Mo. At The Hospitals OLYTIIEVILLK HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. F. F. Wells, cily. Angle Mno .Scott. Cooler. Victor Clilton. tilecle, Mo. Dismiss cu: Louis Mahan, ctty, Mrs. Uiili white, sleole. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mr.s. linker Turner and b;iby, Oscroln. I^tntiln C'oyle, Rle, '2, city. Jo Ann Talc. Dell. Willie Morgan, [x-ni-hvillc. Katherlne O'Steen. city. Mrs. Pearl Morris. Luxnra. IIAPTIS'I 1 HOSPITAL. Mcmphl.l Dismissed: Hilly nilry, LenchvUlc. Help Wonted Wan I Man in wnrk In office. Kx- licrtaiKu not necessary, wonderful iipjmrlimlty to learn lo be Imnkkceiirr. riooil salary, permanent posltlcm. (; : ,il 8UI or see Tom A. l.llllc, Sr, Blythevilie Motor Co. New Liberty l\cw» vacation trip to Wiishingtnn SHitc.' P'p or dy gladioli and feverfew, "rh The Mississippi River bank was the setting last night when men of the Seekers Class of First Methodist Church entertained with a picnic supper. The class met at the church and went from there to the river. The | Kcv. and Mr,s. Allen D. Stewart. Miss Mamie L. Adams and Tom Rcerter were gimsls at the affair. Following the supper, games were played and Ihe group sang sont-s around Ihe campfirc. Manila News Miss Manic turned to her Maugham has re- home in Parapxmld after having visited Miss Louise May Dr. Webb Taking Course At Tulane University Dr. Jack Webb, son of Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Webb, is taking an Ill- month post-graduate course at Tu- lanc University. New Orleans. He is taking special training in the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Hospital, a branch of the University. of Manila. During her stay they spent a brief visit in Rlylheville. Illinois, and Wyoniini!. From: here . tjjeiv \s'il! B9 Vo... Petersburg, 111-, whore-.they \vili [ ; « Joined by Dr. Nics' sisters. Mrs. T.iu'ell Yulil and Mrs. Minnie Zorn. The party will Mien RO lo a lodRC at Big Horn Mountain, neai Sheridan, for a of niountiiii trout fishing. In Vancouver, they will go to Lake Louise nnd in E>ort Angeles. Wash.. Ihcv will be Riiests of -Dr. Nics' brother, W. A. ,Nies. Mr. and Mr?. John A. Love and children. Abbie and Charles, and Mr. Love's brother. Henry, arrived yestcn'ov from "Washington. PA., to spend several days with Mrs. G. V,'. Smith and family. Mrs. .John Osbnrnc returned home Wednesday after spending Ihrce weeks as Riiest of her sislci-. Mrs. c. M. Row-laud, and Mr. Rowland, in East Orange. N. J., and with her brother and family! Mr. mid Mrs. Dan B. Jolliff of Booncville, N. J. Miss Donna Wnnueilich will leave tomorrow by i-lane for Fort Worth. Tex., lo visit Miss Put Wilkirson. a former Classmate at Ewcct Briar College, ywert Briar. Vn., Ilrr parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. .7. Wnudcilirh. will motor her to Memphis, where the three of tlu-in will altenil Ihe weddnn of Mi.s.s Frances Ulholm lo Walter Wunderlich brfore Miss Whndcrlich leaves for Fort Worth. Mr. nnd Mrs. Laiiione Whittle nre vLslUm; in New Orleans and Ulloxl this week. Mr. mid Mrs. Pnnl Holder have returned to their Inline In llazellmrst Miss., nftor vlstllni; Mr. and Mr:;. Clayton Holder. I Mr. and Mr.s. 1'. H. Jnrrntt. ami Mr. nnd Mrs. Tommlo Ihilstead of lllythcvlllc. are visiting relatives In .. ... ,.,.,, ' Dlckson anil Nashville. Tenn. this Presiding In the rtlnlnR room were week. .graceful coral pink fjladloli and small white flowers, arranged with greenery,*' alsos'centcrcd 'the lace-1 cirnped refreshments table. Slender tapers burned: In silver candcln- brums. U. S. Marshal Gets Three Boys Arrested Here CCL-il Green. Charles McOIII, nml Dr.lihy Wayne Hogurs, nil of St., wiio were arrested -hero last week nnd held In Ihe Mississippi County Jail for federal jmlhorltlcs on charges of violation of the Dyer Art. were transferred to the Cralg- liead County Jail in Jonc.sbnro yesterday by Dejiuty Untied States Mar.shul .Bert Frrr.'.cr, of Jonesboro, to ivwnll action by Federal Court. The Hirer youths, whose ai;es riuiRc from 11 lo 21 were: arrested by lilythu'Vllle Police Jify 'I on clnirurs of RIIS theft and upon In- vestlgal.lon It was reported that Ihe youths had .stolen the car In which they were riding In 'I'amciror, Fir. 1 ;', stretch of concrete highway In the United States was laid at Uellafontalne. Ohio, In 1803. Too Late to Classify Wanted To Buy Mrs. Arthur Rogers, Mrs. John Din- 1 ford White, Mrs. Allan Scgrnvcs, Mrs. Billy Driver and Miss Emily Mason. The guest of honor wore a Summer frock In silk with a white skirt and printed blouse for the affair, which many out-of-town guests attended. Turner Son Homed OSCEOLA. July 11.—The S'i:i born to Mr. and Mrs. Baker Timer July 6 at Walls Hospital :n Blytheville has been named Max Baker Turner. He is 'heir first child. Mrs. Turner is the former MISS Mnxinc Hart. Heards Have Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Heard Jr.. if Ncwirart are parents of a riniigh- cr born yesterday. They have another daughter. 3corj;canne. Mrs. Heard Is Ihe for- ner Miss Manrinc Branson. dniiGh- 'cr of Mr. antl Mrs. U. S. Branson. Coming Events FRIDAY Council meeting O f Youth Fellowship, 7:00 church. Method-si ™ a t th" IT'S TIME FOR: quick and simple, yel aifrac- livo meals. Time for fresh serving ideas lo perk up willed summer appslitcs. So lake role of these limely fealures in Ihe July Belter Homes & Gardens: •IOUY MEflLS FOR JULY DRESS UP YOUR FRESH-AIR MEALS /1CCEHT OM WORKSfiVERS Your July Boiler Homes & Gardens magazine is a gala issue-bent on speeding you ihrj summer doldrums in sparkling good heallh and good humor. and Gardens ION SALE AT YOUR NtWSSTAND TODAX COMFORT lee Shop Featured Sunday Dinner .25 fresh Shrimp Cocktail Fruit Cocktail Cream of Chicken Soup Cold Consomme Roast fresh I'ork Ham, Apple Sauce Chicken Ala King en Casserole fried Channel Catfish en Corn Meal Golden lirown Omelette wiih Glazed fruit Creamed Potatoes fried tty f ) riant English Peas Lima Mean* Sliced Tomatoes Hot Dinner Rolls Hot Sweet Muffins fruit Jello Sherbcrt fee Cream Custard Pic Cherry Pie Coffee or Tea ;iiartcr No. 14383 Mr. n m! Mr.s. Wllllnm Russell Mlddlcton and Mr. and Mr.s. .John I... lirolhers have relnrncd from ffardy, where they spent a leu- days. Mr. nncl Mrs. Frank Nolan and Mrs. II. E. linker of oknlonn. Miss, have returned lo their home after visltina Mrs. Baker's mother, Mrs. J. F. Epperson. Pfc. Herbert llnlmes of Ohamilc Field, 111., sjietit a few days with his iinrenls, Mr. nnd Mrs. n. L. I Holmes. Miss Marlon Mc-noinld. wlin Is 'taking nurse's Iralnini; at Memphis I liiiotlst Hospital, spent a few (lays I with her narenls. Mr. and Mrs j liiran McDonald. | CARD Or TIIANKB . We wish to Ihank our many friends for the kindness shown us dining Ihe sickness and dcalh of our husband nnd /alher. Signed. Mr.s, Rulh l-'armer, Mrs. lla/el wlllliuns. Hud Fanner. Mr nnd Mr.s. Jack Mallirny, Mr .an'l Mrs. W. M. Morris. Itcserve District No. B Cii ( sli for wrecked pt jnnk iittldiiuiliilos. Wade Auto Siilviino, Noi'Ui Hhvnv (il, |)h«inc .'{7H5. 7 :i pic H a For Sol* I or 2 bill! trailer linds nnd WIIKOII untl» nlFitj truck licdH nny nl/.c. Hi'iiry Wi'stlirook aiiop. 225 Norlli Klral. ' Conlinuotis Shows Evti-y Day Box Office Opens 1 -.45 Slww Sliirls 2:(in • I.1STKN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 P"V 1-ast Time Today Song of the South Disney Failure Carinun I'arLimniinl News LLHI! Sliovts Cnntinuous Hliowliifj Everyday SATURDAY 21 Ind ust rial l.ol.s, Ml) llci-i\- (Icntial Lois, Wilson ;&nl •Add!.' lo Klythcvillc, Ark. Price's rcnsoniililc, lihcral (<'i-nis. Soo W. C. Calcs, r>()(l Wsiliuil SI-, KJvlhcvillc, i>ii. zi\:i. 7 'n ,,k tr> H niiiin house and I wo lots. - Possession today. Terms. II. C. Campbell, Itualtiir, 120 Second St. 7 II ck tf Report of Condition oi the FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN BLYTHEVILLE of Blytheville, in Ilic Sl:itn a! Arkansas, al Hie clnso of business on June 30, 1947. Published in response to call matin mude liv L'liniplioller ill tin- Currency, under Scclilln KM I, U. S. Itt-risrd Slilltllrs. ASS i: T K Cash, balances with other brinks. Including reserve balance. and cash items In process of collection .................... SI.7JW,GI5.(1() United States Government olillijalions. direct and miaranlml 2,lfiO,0'7'l.22 Dhllgntlom ot Slates and political subdivisions ............... 2!)7,-IH.72 Dllicr bonds, notes, and debentures ...................... .... 291,97fj.OQ Corporate slocks (including $6.450.00 slock of Federal Reserve bank) ............................................. Loans and discounts [including S2.431.70 ovcrrtraflsi ......... U2. r >,nog.7-l Hank premises owned S21/I71.0S, furniture and llxlurcs TOTAL ASSETS ........................................ $:,,.-TO.O[>5.12 I. I A H 1 L IT 1 K S Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cori>;>ratin!is$-l,(m.228.0li Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpora! ions. . 757,007.511 Deposits of United States Government 'including postal savings* ........................................ ........ Dcposlt.s of Stales nnd political sulxiivi.sions ...... " ........... Other deposits (ccrtiricd and cashier's checks, rtr.i ......... 50,974.01 TOTAL DEPOSITS ..................... $5.17B,5[)!MG TOTAL LIABILITIES ,\ ... S5.178.509.-1G CAIMTAI. A<: Capital Stock: Common slock, total par 5100,000.00 100,000.00 Surplus ; liri.000.00 Undlpldcd pronus ' . r vl9G.2« TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS. 220.-10G.2fi TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $5,399,005.72 M K MO It A N 1)11 M Assets pledged or assigned lo secure liabilities and Inr other purposes 130,000.00 Stale of Arkansas, County of Mississippi, ss: I. Hernion Carlton, cashier of the above-nam-xl bank, clo solemnl> swear that the above statement Is true to the best o( my knowledge ( and belief. HcniKm Carlton. Cashier. CorrecV Attest: Snni H. Williams Chas. Hose K. M, Hr^enold, Directors. Sworn lo nml subscribed before ir.e this 7th day of July, 191". (Seal) . Taylor, Nolnvy Public. "Jack Annslronjf" No. 5 and Short CJonl'd SIiuws Sut. li:30 to 11:30 Sunday nnd Monday ruramiiunt Ncivs A Selcctcil Shorts Continuum Show Sun. From Adams' RECORD BAR Wayne Kins—Tlic Church in the Valley Tonnnv l>orsey—I'll Never Hmile A R ain •*—^*lf bjiikc Jones—You Always Hurt tlic One Von l.iivc l»avid Itnsr—I've Gol You Under My Skin Tuny Martin— Ain'tclia Ever Coming Hack? Arlie Shaw—Cross Your Heart David Itnsc—I.ovc for Sale <ri)iinl ll:isic—One O'clock IlooKic Itie Three Sims—Cecilia Ilavid Hose—Niftlit ami Day Wayne KiiiR—The \Vallz Yon Saved for Me Sammy Kayc—MtdniRht Masquerade .Spike .Inncs—Curktalls for Two I'crry Cnmn—All Through the Day I'crry Coino—Little Man You've Had a llnnsy Day RCA VICTOR RECORDS ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Phone 2071 296-08 W. Mmia J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. IMionc 2011 306 W. Main Box bffice Opens at 7:03 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:DO; Starts 1:15 | Continuous Show:* Sat. und auii. llargalii Night.Kvery Night Exctnt Saturilay No passes honored on Sunday *t the Hoxy. Time Today No Leave, No Love wilh Van Johnson and Mnric Wilson Selected Short Subjects Saturday Crashing Thru Serial: "Chick Carter" No. 9, Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to Il:Jt Sunday and Monday. Sailor Takes a Wife , f wilh Kobcrt Walker and June Allyson Conl'il Show!) Sun.' t:l5-ll:W

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