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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 14, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVlLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY 1-1, 1917 <? « 4 -aocteZu, EmUy Wlxaon, Society Editor 9 Phone 461 To joe'Robert Benton The ueddli* of Miss MelUa Lynn Walker, daufhler »f Mr. und. MrS." Daniel Kail Walker; to Joe Robert Eenton, son of'Mr. find Mr, Eheirill C. Benton of Con- uty, was s i,'i,nlr«; Satmday afternoon at 4 o'clo-'c at the homo of the bride's parents, 215 South :lltlr-St: ' - " The Rev. R. S. Baird, pastor of First Christian Church, said the doubie nng t;;es . In. lift presence of relatives and liitlinat'e friends or the bride and bridegroom. Forming ai'lmprovlse'd altar was a placque of gladoll arranged with Esther Reed asters timf gypsophlla with lacy fern on the fireplace mantel. Garlands of Ivy festooned tho mantel and dipped gracefully (o the floor. White floor baskets held gludoli while ;;vlitte : urns .of palm; lornied the background. : The soft glow of candles /in, wrought iroi Swedish candelabra '-lighted the scene. '• '' ': • „ •','-.• Nuptial music was presented by Miss Ann Wheat 'of -Loripke. for nier classmate' of the .bride a Central college, Conwtxy. pianist nnd Tom Mills of Conway, broth er-in-law of the bridegroom, vocal 1st. .'.-'.. Their selections Include:! "Ro mance" by Sibelius, Car.fnan's "A Dawning," "Always" by Berlin and "Because" by .'• D'Hardclol. Miss Wheat played,"Claij--deSLUuc," De Bussy. during the exchange ot xows and the processional, the '•Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" by Wagner was .heard. The pianist wore a white linen two-piece dress with 'a corsage of mixed Summer flowers. Tapers were lighted by Miss rtnfcelle Humphrey, wearing a pink two-piece linen tiress with black accessories, arid Miss Betty Poster, who wore blue, linen with black ticcessories. IJoth pinned ^corsages of mixed flowers at iheir shoulder. Miss Rosanr. Cleveland was the bride's maid of honor. She wore a, grey, lluetj ,tw<S-pi;>ce dieis, with a white plclurje lace straw hat and white accessories. .Her corsage was of Peter Briarcllff rose and a cluster of Plnhochlo i-os?buds. Tlie bride wora a • street .length dress of aqua Summer crepe In n l^'O-piece suit effect wkh long sleeves. A deep flounce &t the waist was trimmed In aqua lace and small buttons . fastened ilic bodice up the front •. to the high collar. Hev accessories were In white and she wbie a white pic- tt'jre hat, ;Shc carried a white Bible topped" with Belmont garder)as, marline fluff and Uli'oi of the Nile with bridal fern. A reception was held (n the home following the ceremony. Shasta daisies arranged with white petimins i;j a low b&« r l was placed on the buffet. -Centering the refreshment table was a three-tiered wedding fake with a garland of adantium f< gypsophila and Esther Heed asters. Presiding at this table were Miss Nora Simpson arid Miss Monte Buck of Ssmtlh. M')., cousin o the bride. Miss Nema Burks had charge of the guest book. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Buck and fumlly, Mr and Mrs. J. C. Buck and daugh Alexa Williams Bride Of Robert J. Hopper Miss lAlexa WiUicns of Blytrhe* Ille and 'Fort Smith, daughter of he Rev. and Mrs. E, li. Williams if Port Smilh, formerly of 'Blyllio- illf, became tlic- urldn yesterday ncrnlng of Robert J. Hopper, -son of Mr. and M:S. J. n. Hopper of Russcllvi'.le. The double ring ceremony VMS leld at Gotltlartl Memorial Methodist CC-mrdi in Fort Smith wilh he bride's lljlhcr officialiti:.!. In front of the chancel wore lv;o large baskets of white .. while fern formed n background Bits of News Madly Mr. anil Mrs. Jue Pride Jr., have returned to Blythcvrilc to nuki. their home after rc.sldSiii; In Jcws- bsro since the first of the year. Mrs. Pride is tihir former Miss Mnrijnrct Shaver. Mrs. E. H. Hull nnd tltiUKhti't'K, Wnmlu Holt .ntiil Mrs. E. W. Dillcy, arrived fnr the \vpddinn patty, The soltiaml Mrs. nlllcy's chilclrei glow ol *andto In brSmtol c,,n- jrnrtontay from Forth Worth, -ivx.. doalirn lighted the church. I to t* the guests for several days NnptiJl music, was presented by of Mrs. Holt';; daughter, Mrs. J. J. Mrs ni-u Watklns of Fort Smitn,; llargett, and Mr. llnrgplt, mill ilan- orsanisl and Lawrence Nance, vo-JKhler, Olenda. ealist, Also of 'Port Smith. Mrs. Mr. and Mi's. Elbcrt Hiiffmnii and Watklns played "Llebestnuim" by Mr. and Mrs, Sanford Shelton spent Liszt. Mr. Nunec iinig "Oh Prom- yesterday In Colllcrvllle, Tnnn., us " (;iicsL of Mr. and Mrs. I,in ICi'Licy. Ose«o/o New* Mrs. Roy Butterlck wag called to lier home In Magnolia because of the serious Illness of her sister, Mn. Tom Freeman. Mrs. W. P. Wilson and soil, Ro| bet t, nnd Mrs. W. F. Wilson, Jr., are guc.sts of her sister, Mrs. Roy E. Cox. nnd Mr. Cox. Mrs. T. A. van Grlethujj&en end children of Ponca City, Okla,, who have been the guests of her si.-iter, Mrs. E L, Tallafrro. left for their, home. ' ; , Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Phillips* h;ii'« Mrs. I- 1 . L. Adams of Little R/ck ns their guest this week. : • • Mr. and Mis. U K.'-Harwarg arb on a two weeks tour in Washington. New york find ]mints In the Ea.M. Frank Crlltenden: of Bclma, Ala,, was weekend visitor of Mrs.'Chafles R Hale, fie left Sunday' for hi.-' home, accompanied by Mrs. Hnlu, who will spend a br'ef visit theie Mrs. Bob Graver, • and daiighiois ot Blylhcvlllo have Joined Mr. Graves here nnd are now at hoini. 1 In tho Lancy Apartments on St. John Street. Madame Peron Stars as Quick-Ghange Artist' B/ythevi/Je People Go To Joncsboro Reunion ise Me" by De Koran find "Because" Uy D'llartlelol. During the exchange of vows "Poomc" hy Piblch wits hefird. Tapers were lighted by Miss Jiit- typ Huffman of Blyihevlllo nnd Mr*. Dale Minon of SUF.walfr, Okla. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Hu'en Williams of Baton Rouge, wcjie <i French Hcnafci- sance gown of sugar mist chiffon land lace. The bodice of shlricd chiffon war, fashioned with a suulc. sweetheart neckline nnd ' pointed mores, woist ana was paneled on each side with V'Co Insots reaching to Miss Polly Davis. Mr- and Mrs C. II. Moyer nnd Mrs. Tda Anderson of Jonesboro were guests Hun- day of Mr. nnd Mrs. ,). W. Blrick- liind anil fnmlly. Carol Hlakcmoro, Jr., who underwent n tonsllectomy rtl the Memphis Eye, Ear. Nose anil Tin-out liospl- tnl Saturday, lolnrncd home yes- tertlay. He was accompanied lo Memphis by Itis mother, Mrs. enrol Blnkemore. Si'-, nnd Mrs. II. I, SitU'lc. housflguest of Hie Illtikr. 1 - Nancy ami Mnry of Cnjie Glratl'.'au. Mo., the hem ol Uie gown. Three laco ,, ( | (o s p t . n( | .\ [ nw days us guests of panels were set in Mic back of tho .^-- •• ">gown and radiated from the gathering drop waistline-to the end of l-he long uhlffon train edged ui MISS.. (l . visiting her daughter. Mrs. their aunt, Mrs Harry KlrUy and Mr. Klruy. Mrs. y. T. Rownn (if Oknlona, lace. Full sleeves were fillet! volow t4ie clljow and came to a cnllo. Illy points over the 'hands. (Her fingertip veil ft'il from « halo. She carried n white Bible tcptred w.Uh 1111 onililtl. Mrs.' Joseph W. McHnncy of Bly- hei'lllc was 'her matron of net Miss Vcm Goodrich, Blylliovllle. was iriiid of honor. \»iss Dorothy VJofin Hlsginson "' Blvllievi'le was her honor n'.so of . ter; Monte, all of Sennth, Mr. and with f|ice cups j ames c. Gunrd. Mr. Gunrd family. | Tom Little Jr. returned Thurs- tlny night I'roni Detroit, where !IB 'altcnded u three ••\::i tllspby of Dodge trucks at the Michigan State Fulrgi'ounJs. 11. C. FitKhu^h of Pitzhitgh. spent yesterday wibh Ills brother i\ntl fair.tly, 'Mr. ami Mrs. Wlllhnu H. Fi!'/,huir)> and son, Jordan. Marten "Brown of Willimnslor.. bridesmaid. s . C. returned home wiUi his Pvjminlne altendants wore Itlent- |,,.oihfi-, !thc (Rev. nnd Mis. E. C. cal dresses of apple green mar- ^gro^-n nnd family lo be their qulsettc wilh dripcd ruffled KlK . s t. bea-lHis ai)d bouffant skirts with Mi . ,,. n[1 M , E rj Graves and: .lecu ruffles at the hemline. Mrs. ,j, nymv Graves spent Hie weekend] McHrmey. Miss Goothicli nnd Ml.« in csceol;i us gua^U of Mr. nml HlRginson carried bouquels of dai- Mrs. iBo'o .Graves and daughters, sles untl Jyrtlow net In fan-shapisd ^ n , ( , Ml . an( ( Mrs. Joe Appkh.iuin nrrangemcnts with yellow ribbon fllK i f am ily. from Uie point of the fan. , Mr I11K) Mrs. Rov Graves of Miss Half man and Mrs. Minor p^-dycc W ),'l tirrive this afternoon were carsaEes of daisies. to spend ft week wilh Mr. Graves' P. A. lough of Wynne served his jmifints. Mr. flntl Mrs, C. Graves, .nephew as best man. Groomsmen j^rs. J. C. iDroko is spending 'i were Dale Minor nnd Travis Mor- two-week vni'alion In Gulfpoit, Van botih of Stllhiuter. Miss. After Ihe ireception which fol- Mrs. I.ucv MrAdi>irs nn:l ti-iugh-. lowed .the ceremony the couplo ( eri j,ii ss j ;ule McAdams. have re-i left for a brief wedding trip. They turned from Joncsboro, where they will be at home in Russeli'vll'.e nt r ndsd services far Dr. H. H. Mc"until Mr. Hopper 're-enters Okl:i- Adiuns. prominent Jcnesboro stir- hcira 'A. am! M., Slillwalcr in j.;r->ii wlio t'icd Friday. September. (Mrs. A. F. Wchh his retuvnod " Jcscph tW. MoHnncy untl Mayor to 'Bo\vling Green, Ky., ' after ,-ind Mrs. E, li. .Uirkson were Bly- spEiiding Iwo weeks hero ns guesi thevllle people attending the wed- of Mr. and Mrs. Oharlcs Llrneston dins other than attendants. and family. Mrs. I.'. 3. -Branson is visiting Mrs. COX Entertains ' I'd' motliev. Mrr W. D. Fullcrton, J _ .. _ ., ill D-i\v5,on annngs. iCy. JO Compliment Brides i M r. and Mrs. Ru.--soll Campbt-ll OSCEOIjA, July 14.—Mrs. Roy K. nnd Mrs. O. O. Ganske niv siien-.l- Cox entertained 40 members of llw hiR iloilay in Memphis on young mnrrictl group informally - — Saturday afternoon with a parly Mr. and Mrs. Burks 'Barker and nieces, Betty Jean . Ishmacl urn! Mnry .Iran Brown spent'the weekend in .lonesburo. where they nt- tentlccl a reunion of the Kvnns fum- lly. Tho reunion was in honor of John F.vans. who arrived unexpectedly' Fridity with Mrs. F.vans from Boston, Mass. It was the first lhnu lie had Ijefn home in 35 years, of which 2!i years his whereabouts had been unknown. He was one of tho first grid stars at Arkansas ,State Cul- Icge, JonesUuro. The reunion was held at the old Kvans luiiiirphife, which Is 111 .ypurs old. . . . Thr lunch was served bufTet,,style from the dining room table. Sixty- live rc'lullvt'.s attended the reunion. All were present except one brother, George Kvtmr, who liveii in Wyoming. The crowded schedule lined up in Rome, Italy, for" Argentina's first lady,-Eva Duarte Peron, -:up- pnrently forced her to become a quick-change ar lisl. Above, she's shown starting on a sight-seeing tour (left) in a hooded cope outfit. In the'Tenter, slit feathers her hair-dress for a press receplion. A large lloppy hat, decorated with flovvers, crowns (he ensemble she .wears (right) at a'receplion tendered her by the L'.agiiG of Italian Women Voters. Turrell Pastor Holds Revival at Flat Lake The Ruv. K.-.yinoml Krui?.. pa; of the Methotlist Church at Tui- roll, is conducting a Revival at Flat Lake school for n-frmbers of Uie ;i Methodist Church. Mrs. Albert Hollingswort'h piano accompanist for slngini; the services, which Is ' led by,, JOL Morgan. The Rev. Ray L. McLester assistctl by Juhn Johnson, presitU 1 tlnritifr devolional periods. The public Is invited,, the Rev. Mr, McLestt'r snkl. At The Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE flOSPlTAf, Admitted: M. A. Hassel, city. Oliver Dlllard, city. Flora Marie Heed, Haytl, Mo. Mrs. Linnic Kelly, city. Mrs. E. C. Pace, Huffman. Charles Watson, city. Charlie Crum, Braggadocio. Mo. Minon Campbell, Steele, Mo. Sterling Conley, city. Dismissed: Sterling Smothers, city. Betty Baker. Harlingen. Tex. Mrs. Ivan Willhlte, Hayli. Victor Clifton, Steele. Mrs. James Honey-cult, city. Berry Garner. Detroit, Mich'. Mrs. Oran Faught. city. James Ervlng, city. Births: Bori) to Mr. and Mrs M. E. Turner, city, a son yesterday. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. C. G. Cauldron, ponayevil'c, Mo. Mrs. C. P. Fraser, Luxora. Ellis Davis, Osceola. Mrs. S Ledbetter and baby. Rte. 1, city. Mrs. Odell Bobbins, Steele. lino Anders, Manila. Mrs. Earl Sharpe, Luxora. Alice Mnrphey, city. Mrs. W. R Marvel nnd baby, city. Mrs. Asa Morris and baby, Manila. Mrs. E. E. Faulkner, Steele. ;S|!, Scouts Go to Hardy DAydroams of Scouts'.U ffi licxime til? real thirig't'Mis 1 wee>. following llieir trip lo Oainp r 'G't!- (iar Vnley. Hardy, yesterdfvy for -i:t i!ay~, m" canoeing .swimming, hiking ond fishing. Percy Wriqht, Troop deader, ac- coti^xinied the group. Mrs. White Will Attend PTA Meet in Little Rock Mr.-.. Jer-e M. White will Icavi tinorrow for Little neck, to uUern i two-day conference of district directors of Che Arkansas Parent- t'caohers Association. Mrej White, direclor of 'Districtj Five," said ttrc meeting was calletl especially .to make plans for the District Conference to lie lield in Parkin .this yrar. Fifteen [fersons fi'om over Uie State .will attend. '' ! We the Women BY FtJTH MILLETT NBA Staff Writer lly HUTH MIILKTT NEA Staff Writer I m deeply puzzled over the uii- noimce,ment of a nation-wide contest" lo find "the perfect housewife." Contestants Lire invited to write a letter of 250 words or less lellinp. why "I think I am a per-1 feet housewife." | Are there any contestants for; the honor? There's something, absul being a housewife that makes the adjective "perfect" seem i downright funny, i It's a job in which there's just no room for perfection. Daily liv-1 i ing brings up too miny trials- i errors of judgment, poor timing imrt conflicting demands to spoil the picture of perfection. ] Are you! a perfect liousewife Mrs. Snooty comes calling I en the very afternoon you've decided to let the children, play train bv lining up the dining room chairs in [.he living room? 'Are you :i perfect housewife when the angel feed cake falls or the dishes wait to be wjshctl while von putter in the fl'ower garden? • The"Jeep" pulls plows, seeders and other farm implements; tows 5,500 Ibs., hauls 81)0 Ibs. You can cross cown or pasture in the "Jeep.". A power t^ke-ofi 10 run your t'(juipment.(!omc... sec ho w widely the"Jeep"spreads its tost. Coming Events TUESDAY Business Women's Circle Eight of First Baptist Church meeting at Ihe home of- Mrs. W. M. Williams. Mrs. Charles Langston will entertain Club Eight. . • : •>• THURSDAY Mrs. Don Haley will entertain the Jolly Eight Club. v FRIDAY Mrs. R. • A. Copeland hostess to CBC Club.. : SEE IT NOW AT POOLE MOTOR CO. Sleele, Mo. rhone SUiete 4D Notice to the Public: ''/\ hitve moved my office toj|. "'•.; Kothrnck Drugstore ; Dr. C. E. Wilson Mrs. W. E. Wallace and sons, MJs Clara Douglas and Miss Martha Moore, all of Oscepla; Mr. and Mrs. Sherbert B«nton, Mr. and Mrs. Sherlll C. Bent-ill and Mr. and Mrs. Torn Mills, all of Conway. complimenting her niece, Mrs. J. ' ' Meeting luncheon at her home on South Galloway Drive. In Memphis, Friday when she entertained fellow club members nnd her sister, Mrs, Georgia Williamson The I jxirvcd 'Tap-Happy' Robin Gives Ithaca Residents Jitters ••' IT-HACA; f>. <Y. (UP)—At,-feas;',whcn one—maybe .more—of the robins around here has become "tnp- hnppy." . Come tliybrenk, l;he robin starts ;jcc:k>np. at windows. The John H. ivcl'i.Vo r h:ul him for one full clay— Ivoni .sunup to sunset. Mrs. Carl ^ ^ ^ Bishcp '1ml the same visitor. -And WHQ' \viLL ENTER? Mrs. Floyd Beach at New Held— \ , Arc you „. perfect housewife eight miles away—had to cover t'lie w i, Cn one of those days conies window panes with paper to con- n i 0 n«; when everything goes wrong? vince t'lie v.ibin he wasn't wanted. How. can any woman who man-, 'Two Cornell University '-' - -- \ ert J. Powers, inlso were botherctl After six days of annoyance, they ccnted the robin's pet whitlow with For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs • Appliance installation 500 N. Fifth St. Rlythcville, Ark. Continuous Shows Kve;-y Day Box Office Opens 1 :<tf. Show Shirts 2:00 LISTEN TO K1.CN 8:C3 a.m. I 12:45 p.m 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today JohnnyO'Clock with Ilirk l'im-,-11 :iiid Kvrlyn Key.s Purumuunt News & Sclcrteil Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday Tuesday and Wednesday. Osceola Women Guests At Luncheon in Memphis OSCEOLA, July H.—Mis. Fred Jacobs Sr.. wns hosli:*s with a bridge ! lory men. A. W. McKay and Rob- a cfciincr that dried white. Rub | the cleaner in circles. McKJiy iid- Ihree course luncheon \vns vised fellow robin-suffers—il makes from a lable overlaid with them diz/.y. p,",es a household and answers to the t-ill of "Mommy" a hundred times a day hope to rate anything higher than "satisfactory" in her job? nowi So who is 'going to contest—much less win enter il? the American Legion Auxiliary meeting at The Hut tomorrow night, 8 installment of officers. unrt Mrs. C. S. Baggett, hostesses. Led better Son Named The son born to .Mr. and Mrs. S. Ledbetter Thursday morning been named Michael John. The Ledbetters have ariother child, Barbara, who is seveii. Wilson Jr.'. ol Lake -Vi'tegc, MM. Richnrd Edwin Prewltt. both recent br'des. Mrs. Wilson is the form?v Miss Betty Jean Simpson of EiKloil'. nnd Nlvs. Prcwilt. the o clock, for firmer Miss EllZAbcch Am, Tnl- Mrs.N. J. Humphrey. Mrs. Kd Cook •bot. Mrs. Cox wns assisted in scrviiiK by Mrs. W. F. Wilson Sr...Mrs. Tim Bowles, Mrs. Jcttie Driver and Mri. Herbert Shippen. The guests of honor were prc- has sented^ gifts by the hosless. A profusion of garden flowers were arranged in low bowls throughout entertaining roinns. ii luce cloth niul ceniercil with ; — silver bowl filled wilh stocks nnd mnrigokls. Mrs, Joe Cramer received the high score. Others present from Osccnla were. Mrs. W. E. Hunt, Mrs. Joplln Hale, Harry Driver, J. H. Lovewcll nnd Mrs. J. L. Ward. JRentl Courier News Want Ads. BI SURE YOU BHACH THEM SAFELY fOK LONGEST LIFE CHILDREN'S SANDALS For dress or play 6530 STAR BRAND In Whit* Children's 5>/2-3 InBrown Infants 3-5 Children's 51/2-11 y 2 Family Shoe Store 2342 312 W<Mt Moin St. 77ft' Secrettny-Cifiict'ftl oj the International Emergency Vooil Council Says: Help World Recovery, Save Used Fats Thanks to patriotic American women, over 000 million pounds of used fats have been oddttl to U. S. supplies of industrial fats since August 1942. These 600 million pounds were vitally important, not only to the United States, but to the entire world. Fats and oils, both food fata and industrial fats, arc in critically short supply, practically everywhere. Total world production of fats and oils in 1947 will be one-sixth less than in prewar years. But at the same time, there arc many more mouths to feed and a tremendous job-of reconstruction and rehabilitation to be done. In the face of this great world-wide shortage of fats nnd oils, it is obviously most necessary to conserve every possible pound of fat. American women can make a real contribution to the welfare of their own country and to the recovery of the rest of the world by saving and turning in their used cooking fats. D. A. FitzGerald, Secretory-General International Emcrcency Food Council helcua rubinslein milk tone the cake make up tiiat won't dry your skin! For glamour— nothing licats a real rak(^ make-up, lint yon waul one won't ttry your skin. Tliat is why Helena Rubinstein (levrlopetl MII.K TO.NK — the cake itinkc-np tlutt will nctualty guard tlir freshness of your skin. Because Helena Kuhinstein, pioneer in Itr-jiuly science. Mentis it with mild, f>cnlto milk protein! \ Don't bleach the HftHSH WHY wtth uncontrolled bteaches An iHKontrolleil hleacli, lhat vrtrics in stieiii;tti, may (,ausc you to oitrlltiiclj your cottons and linens. Tliis oxidizes fabtic tlitcicli. They weaken and soon fray out. . V Selected Short Subjects Continuous Hhowiinjf^Everyd Bpx Office Opens at 1:00 p.m. ',. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday \:Vi; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Bat. and Sun. Barcain Night Kvery Night Kxccpl Salnrduy No passes honored on Sunday ai »h« Rosy. M»ch ttw CtNTLE WAY «Mk CoolroJIH Hctiw P«r««I Eyety bottle of Pute* lias die same sttengtli, sam: correct ble.iching action. Used as diiccted, Puicx nti'tr ovethleaches. fl provides Controlled Action bccuisc it's pu- rifieJ itid stabilized by the Intrafil Process, txclusivt willi Puror. Cottons and linenscomcout Ircsb, ~* staiu-fice and snowy. /:'.«> to use! harder on things llian ooiinaty washing. /<' >"" tnttr's. ! MII.K-TOMF. CAKT MAKE-uv— in four flaircting slindes: l*o,ichl>looin, Mauresiiue, Kaclicl, .Sunlan. 1.00 ROTHROCK DRUG STORE We Are Prescription Specialists 205 West Main Phon« 451 Last Time Today Sailor Takes a Wife with anil Uolirrt Walker Jtiup Allysoii Fox News * Srlorti-il Short Slil>je<'t' ! I Tuesday nnd \Ve<li>cs<l«.V DOUBLE FEATURE MONOGRAM PICTURES ! CONTKOVliD-ACTION HEACH •INTLITO kitch • J bathroom. Purifies sink and i/ratit., .rtfttoftt stains *n4 scorch til* and STRANGELY TRANCE JOURNEY PAIR KEllY OSH MJSSfN HitlHRY BR30K5

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