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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 13, 1937
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.PAGE TWO BLYTBEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY'S EVENTS Circles 01 the AVoman's Missionary Society of the First Melhodist Churdi; Circle :, Mrs. Jesse Tny- Jor, 1113 West Ash; Circle 2, Mrs. W. D. McClurHln, 1221 Hearn; Circle 3, Mrs. U E. Baker, 405 Delmar; Circle 4, Mrs. V. O. Holland, 500 Thurman. Business and Professional Women's club nafceU with Mi's. C. H. King, 513 Chickasawba, 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting at church, 2:30 P. M. Woman's Cpuncll, First Christian church, having luncheon meeting at lull, 1 p.m. , TUESDAY'S EVENTS , Tuesday Bridge club meets with Mrs. C. R. BaDcock. Young Matron's club mcels with Mrs.- W. 0. Hlgglnsori. Delphian' Fine Art* club meels 8:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. ' THUB&DAY's JSVUw i'S Jewish Ladies' Aid will meet at 3 o'clock at the home ot Mrs. Na- j man Wdnoorg, of Osceola. I Jewish Ladles' Aid meets with' Mrs. Nathan Weinberg at Osceola I lit: 7:30 o'clock. , Thursday Luncheon club meets; with Mrs. 3 .A, Leech. I ."vfany Parties Planned F<* Miss Margaret K«k. A number of -afTnlrs nre being planned for Miss Margaret Kcck.l ufide-elcct ol Don l". smith, 11*;'] first of which' was the urinstj luncheon and kitchen snower (jw- e» this week, by Mrs. "Henry iltini- phrey. ; As the wedding will be solemn- !. s. "All n^lu, I'll srwl l»;tcfc your presents. BmJon't for^cl ili.-it you busted ilic Miniii-^uu ami llic ppjIiHiicbollUiilitlii'i b;ive 3ny slopjvr." opened with a medley of war time third Thursday because it Is Par- angs by (he glee club. Six students cut-Teacher meeting, will noi meet pave a debate cm "Can the United ! the next Thursday because it will ized late in December, final plans hijvG hot been completed foe an of; the parties which will be in-] it-teiing events tor tnc early winter .season. •• iJThe-. largest party planned will be given oy Jars, O. vv. ivicCiu- cn'eu and Mrs. Ldgar Borum J-ri- .,t(ny afternoon when they will entertain with a dessert bridge party" at lhe McCmeheii jic.~e. The tsifest list will include Miss KCCK'S incst^ intimate irienas, members ot ine. 'inursdny contract club, ol which, me bridt-wccis mallei, Airs, .J3...E. Keck, is a member, several. other intimate friends of Mrs*.-Keck and some out ;/t «v».. Sintes stay Out of War?" for the feature of the program. •Miss Eilin Lcc Terrell lolrt th? lion meeting held' in Little Rock. Miss Dorp Coppedge gave lhe president's message and Miss Ros^ Hardy read lhe monthly news letter. Mrs.' Meyer, (Graber is to liuve n bridge iliiicheon 'late in UiiE .month. Miss Ruth Butt.', plans to ciitefiain early' in DeoelSibsr, 114 does 'jilts. Rupcrl. Crafton. . \ Amolt^th^-Be'vcral ivlldirs plan- iicd ; :.tor the' holidays, when Mr. Smith, : who' Is 'R dcutfll student at St. -.'Lo'ijl?- University, will be here,: be given Son Born A BOH was born to Mi 1 , and Mrs. Charles Pcnn late last night at the Blythevllle hospital, The baby, who weighed seven and half pounds, has not yet been named. Daughter Itoru A daughter wns' born' (Mb morning to Mr. and Mrs. Adslph Meyers lhi> -'Meniijlils Methodist hospital. Thc named.•• : b&By h V.<f'- u us not yet been . C'fiHctery Meeting POHtpiiucd The meeting of the Maple Grove Cemetery Association, scheduled to be held Tuesday, has been postponed for n week. It is to be nt the home of Mrs. John Durham. * -dinner parly to by Miss Keek's mint; 'Mrs. L. W. Waiters, and Mr.. Walters, ol Os-l rarticipalcs in Day ceolji,, and. Mr.-and Mrs. Whit; MISS Ellzabsth McLean, who is ,.. . . Gop'dman will entertain In Memphis, where they reside. . Mrs. .Gcbctean is a sister of Mr. Smith. ti senior at Mississippi state College ifor Women, Columbus, took part in the first speech recital of (he year. Her contribution to the program was Carolyn Davics 1 reacting "Tlie Slave With Two Faces". , Thursday Luncheon Clubj Entertained " ' Mrs.'Ross D. Hughes entertained the Thursday Luncheon club > Goiilcn Kul L - Class when Mrs. Lee Brown, of Saugus. I Compliments Bride Calif... anti Mrs. H. B. Porter of] Mrs. Earl Lc-wery, who was for-, HiKsboro, Tex:, houseguests of Mr. I marly Miss Marie Risgins, \vns srccml chapter of the study bcok be Thanksgiving, making the next party (in December 2, when Mrs. Louis Applcbaum will be hoslcss. For tills wtek's party. Mrs. Wcotcn hud dc:orr.tcd her living sc:m in chrysanthemums and ro~>t":. A fialrt:! plate was .served after lhe [,'ames in which Mrs. A. T. Clear won the prize, cosmetics. C. !C. X. Has a I'ot Mid; Supper. A number of (lie members o! the Iccal chapter of the Order oi Iho East:rn Star had a "pot luck" siir.ncr at the hall last night tore re the regular meeting. Guests were: Mrs. Tlobgootl of Armoivl Mrs. Nora Edwards of Chalice Mo, and Mrs. J. E. f>atUre:n. n member of (he Huffman chapter. Plaus were discussed by the members).who .plan lo attend llv meeting', of the Grand chaptir to be held' in Little Rock next week. Two Nazurcuc Church Gnvrs Mccl Toother. ThE Woman's Missionary Sacic- ty cf the First Church of (lit N-.'Z- arenc met with lhe Young Wom- rr's groU)) 'Ihursciny night vvhcr. Mre. H. Uunivnn was showered with sift.5 because il wns her Urthday. The meeting, iielii al the h=mc oi Mrs. Harold Thompson, wns attended by 15. wlio heard a pro- ;raiu on "The Challenge to China." Mrs. Elcue Tyrone gave the atiirty on this theme, from lhe . , J. A. Leech, were also coinpUmented nl n party gp- e n by present. Aitivo course limcli ..... nt the dining'table decorated with chr j-'s a n t'h emu m s. Mrs. BjTon antl Mrs. Dtmlvan rcacl from j the Golden Rule Sunday school I Jolm IB fcr tlrc scripture lesson, served i class of tlie First Christian church I Mls •'• M - Tni'lor nnd J. L. TJ-- SATURDAY, NomiBKU 13, 10U7 ^7 ; hi al second",^ Ul ° bC8im ' iueicr Cllrisl - e«lw»IW. on Sunday'/»•.•• u 'the fn4 Mem ii ™ ° r of ' Novcmbcl ' ^ "si. i^nickasaw-Hurncane Game Tickets On Sale Tickets for the Joiie.sboro-Blytlic- I-JKST f'UL-SBi'TEUIAN CHDUCII reasons for his return ville football game to be played ill pastor In Blythevllle. Mrs. Mar- Woodland Field in Jonesuoro next Social Calendar FLAPPER FANNY Bits of New» Mostly PerieMd Morse, won 'high score and Mrs. Friday night at the home oi Sir. I vol>(1 o'Tercd prayers. Russell Phillips, second, in bridge games which followed. ;; ' » <. • » Playlet Presented at Literary Club SlMtlnj and Mrs. I. O. Westbrook jr. Autumn flowers decorated the the ! living ai.M i)ining rooms, wlierc i ' [bunco-wns played. Miss Ruth Vfr- i i glnin Alley received n pattery <llsh j ! filled with candy for the traveling i prize, Mrs. c. A. Taut won a plaque j for tlie women's high award, J. J l Bob Tyrcne and Mrs. Thompson presented Mrs. Dimi- lan the box which held tin- lyfts. Among (hose in Memphis today for (he Arkansas-Olc Miss game are: Billy Wilson, Mr. and Mrs, VI. H. Mlnytird, Mr. mid Mrs. John Miles Miller, who will remain for UK week end as guests of Mrs Miller's mother, E. C. Pntloi), Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Buck and daughter. Miss Churchill. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson and fnnlit.'ir, Anna Lou, were here yesterday. ' Mrs. E. A. Fisher was In Osceol.r Thursday as fiiest of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Qulnn and family. Mrs. Helen Martin has gone to Memphis to visit relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Max Woolen spent yesterday In Memphis with Mrs. Wcoten's sister, Mrs. Earl O'Nenl mid infant daughter, who are «t th ™ MellKU'list hospilal. They were accompanied by Mrs. Woolen's i>>"Hpr Mrs. C- M. Buck, who remained over today for the football game. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown of. Eiuigus, Cnlif., who have beenj uueets of Mr. imd Mis. J. A. j Leech, left yesterday for points In Texriii where I hey will visit.] before returning home. j Mr. and Mrs. 11. B. Porter and children, of Illllsbaro. Tex., wl'.o have been guc.sls of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. l.ecch for several days left, ycrterclny to visit In Kentucky! nnd Tennessee before returning licmc 1 . Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Leech went tj Memphis today where they will i H-c lr;c Arkiuisas-Mississippi foot-' tall game. From there (hey will jo to New Orleans for a few dnys. '• Miss Mnry June AtcOuistion. of El Dorado. Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Nelson over the week end. Miss McCulstlon is a student. In Central College, Conway, Ark. Drs. carl and Edna Mies and Mrs. John F. L3iiti will spend lh e week end In Memphis. Mrs. Ethel Scott returned today from San Antonio. Texas, where she spent two weeks with relatives and friends. Miss 13?rnice Chilton is spending the week end at the University of -isscuri. Columbia, -lor the annual Home coining celebration, .she formerly attended this school. Miss Marie PliiU. of Jonesboro, • is the guest r! Miss Laura .Watt for.! the week end. • - - l - Amrn; those in Memphis tar| the Arkansas-Mississippi fcolbali i game this afternoon nro: Frank! Whltwcrtb, V. G. Holland, c. H. j Wllioy. 11. Hlelvflll. B. G. West -nd Louis Applsbaiim. Mrs. Wil- Icy nnd Mrs. Loy Welch acc;m- :i:nkd tlicm down but did not go llie (jnmn. Jc; Perccnte, ex-bare knuckle fis'tcr. gangster, auj rum runner, will speak here Sunday morning at the Second Baptist Church >uirt will deliver the opening scr- j mon Sunday night at a ten day i icvival meeting nt the Anuorcl Baptist Church. Soviet History Text Out MOSCOW (UP)—The Soviet secondary schools this year receive a new textbook on iliD history of J the U. S. S. R.. written by staff instructors o! history at ihj Mos- : cow Slate Pedagogical Institute "r.ri edited by Prof. A. V. Shestu- I kov. i preached on "The Birth of Prince of Peace". Sunday school will bsgin at 0:45 i , -= « a.m. and at (i:45 th e Pioneers and I 5 " : " !lll >' »'Bht at 7:ao o'clock. Juniors will have thcu 1 vesper i'er- viccs. HKST HAI'TIST €Hl)!tCl! Walnul and flglith Alfred Carpenter. Taslor 9:30 a.m. Sunday school 10:40 a,in. Morning worship service. Music—"What a Friend", choir. 'Tnclous Hiding Place", Mrs. Frit-1 ?.ius, Mr. Nelson. Sermon—"Man's j Most Valuable Asset", pastor. 6:30 p.m. Training unions 7:30 p.m. Evening preaching ser-j P- Y. P. charge of the Train- ^' urged SKCONI) HAI'TIST CI1UUCH 18CU West Main 9:45 Sunday school. 11 a. in. morning service, the licv. Jce Pcrccnte, traveling evangelist, will deliver the sermon. FCI.l, CiOSI'EL CHURCH Lilly ana Vine strccls W. O. Sluglelcrry, pastor Sunday school, S-AS a.m. Service follo\i-ing. P. Y. p. A.. G:30 p.m. Each men> to attend. service. 7:30 o'clock. E, MeWhorter \vill spank. The fc- . ~ will .J lK ; ^s«"'-Sei-mon also includes advanc! sale and" s iudcntv"ttckcis n*el i in an organization meeting "J^/?" 0111 . 1 . 16 Plages from the at r - Muacnii tnkcls nice and Health wiUi Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "When spiritual being is understood in all its perfection, con- liiiuiiy. and might, then shall man be found in God's image" Page 325. A Christian Science program Is ••• trcadcast each Wednesday at 0:30 Everything for your t'llli-i' a.m. over KLCN. '-'• • - ' vice.'Music in charg_ ing Union assembly. .Sermon—"God Asks a Person a Question", pastor. -.. All-Church Night, Wednesday i vii'al meeting continues. 7:00 p.m. Departmental meeting.; I features each night, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week service ; 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal Sunday. marks the close of the Enlistment Campaign in the Train- Ing Unions. A student course will be held next week for all church members. Special ril.i>KIM LUTHERAN CHUICCH 11. J. Kleindiciist, Pastor Sunday scliool, o a.m. Morninj; worship, 10 a.m. r fermon subject. "Hell—What and Where?" Tile Lutheran Hour 3:30 p.m. Tin,.; m and write in to KLCN. iiveniii<; worship 7:30 p.m. Sermon subjecl, Heart." ASSKMIiLV OF OOI) CllliKCH Seventh and Asli streets X. U. mimics, puslor T':45 a.m. Sunday school !1 a.m. Morning service 4:30 p.m. Jail service 5:30 p.m. Junior Christ Ambassador class 6:30 P.m. Senior Christ Ambassador class 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service The public is cordially invited to attend these services. Let us remember to keep the Sabbath Day holy by attending church. We will feel much better afterward by going ly Sunday school and c-nureh and worshipping God in Spirit and nusT CHUKCH or THE NAZAKENE Eupliu I). licas;ey, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Noble McCullar, supt. Morning worship, n a.m. Sermon subject. "The Test of True Discipleship." N. Y. p. s, 1 p.m. Evening service. 7:30 p.m. Sermon subject, "The Crossing". Tuesday evening 7:30, choir practice. Wednesday, mid-week service. 7:30 p.m. Tliiirjiday afternoon, 2:30. W. M. S. meets at the church for ;i lesson study. "Hardening of the Sunday school teachers meet after the evening service. In Truth. Tlie Pilgrim Ouild meets Thurs-1 d »y ' l' m - I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Christian Instruction class each 70S W. Main ficd. We invite you to hear this message. SECOND BAVTIST CHUUCH 1800 West Main Street 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. U a.m. Morning services: Sermon by the Hcv. Joe Perccnte, .traveling evangelist. Oiir earth moves through space at a rate exceeding 75 times the speed of a cannon tall. jReindeer milk is used for cheese making in Norway and Sweden. I'EMI'LE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, Itabbi 1:30 p. m. Sunday school classes will lie in session. 3 p. in. weekly services will be hell. Scripture reading will be based on Genesis 23, dealing will) JfcobSs ;dream, a passage which has liad ccnsidcrable influence on mortem religions literature. The theme of Rabbi Herman Pollack's sermon will be: "Sigmund Freud, Friend of the Frustrated," pointing out the Influence of Freud in understanding the behavior of the human personality. This will conclude a series of discussions on "The Jews' Contribution to Modern Thought." Immediately after services the weekly current events discussion will |;c held. Everyone is cordially invited. FIRST METHOniST CHIUKl'H II. L.VIIH Wilde, I'astnr The pastor will preach his in- which will be read in all Churches' Ladies' & Men's Tailoring Pur Gout Alterations Ladies' Custom Tailored Suits Alterations of all typea Phone 53 HUDSON'S WSI3TEO 100 OARS TO W1NTEHIZR TUNE-UP A Complete Check-up On MOTOR, BATTERY. J'KESTONE PUT IN RADIATOR {« Qts.) This (.'om s -;lf(e Special Offer Only So.1)5 Mon., Tucs., Wed. 307 ID. Main Phone 32!), Why liny a IMioto-Counon from itinerant crews when THE SOUXmyORTH STUDIO will issue you one ABSOMJTEl.V FttEE, giving you BliTTJiK 1'IIOTOGR.Vl'HS, QUICKEK SElt- VICE ANn HELIVKRY ami an absence of HIGJi-PKESSTJlti; to increase your flrrlcr. rATRONME VOUR HOMF, INSTITUTIONS SO.DTHWORTH, iHakc r Of Fine Photographs. At the Hospitals Mrs. M. D. Tulles was taken lo Bryan? wmr V a"cia'ar'eirTox°fa'r' lllr , nl - vtl '"'" c hospital today in a men's High prize, and Mrs. Bryant i Hr .\ l s '» b »l«»«• - i N'rs. C. W. Firpuson, of Wilson. received ash trays for the loiv .score award. Mrs. Lowery was pr:- '-. lms bc - n ntlm to lhe Memphis from the class. A? playlet-of the book "Gone With the Wind" by Margaret Mitchell, was-given for the feature of the program at the inee!ing of the Literary, Department of the Woman's club Friday afternoon, at the ;J lltc1 } a f llvcr PKchci club house. This nationally popular book had jbccn condensed into a play of six scenes,- with Mrs. I. L. Iliibener us lhe . authoress ami Mai Mcllwain as the producer. >vhlch was prc~ sented under Uic direction of Mi^. .1+ y. Price and .Mrs. Hubxsner. That it ivas exceptionally good was ex- cmpUfied in the compliments of the'46 prctenl. Those -R-ho portrayed the char- actsrs of the book were- Misses Eugenia and Winifred Crawford bllfle ' 'nsliion. with a cenlcrpiccc . . ... both pf whom were "Scarlet!" Mar- ' of yeUow chrysanthemums and nov- Brian Hauso) Aby. eroal-gran:l«m joric -Warren.' Wynette Shepherd elt y Iavors - ' of B ' H - Ab ^'- Cilrls Missiiwlupi cdi- SanoT^v^chcs nnc! coffee \vere served. * , * j Senior Girls Have Dinner Party Miss Sara Pauline Evrard \v»s iiostess to eight members of the senior class in the city high school, wno aro inccltng Friday nishtj, for such affairs. Tlie dining Inblc was arranged s a rtit i Bn VlKi hospital. " I Dr. N. R. Hoscy, of Joiner, is a patient al the \5cmp-il5 ftiptist hospital. Vernon Hampton, ot Hayii. entered the M3inphis Baptist hospital yc.ifei'day. Mrs. J. p. Ingram, of Manila, has been taken t 2 lhe Memphis Baptist hospital. VRKK INSTRUCTIONS In Latest Styles Knitting •'Bt'KNAT" KNITTING YARNS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1100 Chickasawba Phone 732 mm h a Maslc-r Chef! ffouorjiry CRYSTAL FPRINC.3. Miss. for the serving of the nrenu. in —Perhaps the ycunjcst "omcrr" in " ' country has b:cn discoverert in Thursday Afternoon Club Has a Party ' k ' rs - Woolen entertained i '' lcss tor. Hrlan recently was appointed a 'iiajor on the stall of GOV. K. W. Marlnnd of Oklahoma. Anil his age tR o months. Sue Ramey, Bonnie Jeanne Buch-' anan, Marian Tompklns, Wanda Smith. Jean Campbell. Mell Brooks jr., Coleman Stevens, trho played two.roles. John Harp. Bob Herrick. j " c Thursday Afternoon club, which Robert Jontz and an old negroi was l ' ccc '>tly organized here. on. 7hc Seafarers' Library supplied jnammy, • . • . > -^dnesdnv of this week because of reading matter lo sailors' at sea all The program subject "Women AS "' ' Writers" -was discussed by Mrs. Cdls Shepherd, leader. Mrs. James Hill jr., sooke on Bess Streelcr Aldrich and Mrs. W. J. Rogers on Edna St. -Vincent Millay. tlie Armistice Day holiday. This, over the world. The library Vcn- club. which does not meet on thai tains 80.000 volumes. Thursday Conlract Club M«<s With Sirs..Keck' Mrs. Grover E. Keck entertained members of the Thursday Conlract club at her home yesterday afternoon. .After the games, played In rocms decorated with Jail flowers, a salad ,: Plate n-as sen-ed. Mrs- Carroll p. Blakemore won (he prize, a vase. jBPror-Stnlar ' , Hl«h T. T. A.'Mce(s f The Junlor-acnloi' Jiigh school I'afentiTtacher • Association met I f Wednesday tn the afldltorlum of the „ Junior high school The meeting was 1 '©- ladies' Small Heel Caps i Rubber Heels Knr Men, Woinch & Children i When Better father Is Tamrci Smith Will Buy It SMITH SHOE SHOP Glouroc nidi. J.- 7, If for your iiuhbaiul yun mrc Ami him yon <ian( to holil. Scud him (o Nuduur.v's I' Uis only uttruclien viii! ijc to bowl. SUDBURY'S PLAYHOUSE Su&bms llnnld Sudtmry Mciui--St(ii(lav r 'iNovrml.HT M Sprcial Dinuci' TSc Clioiri': , tilraK . I''IT:.II Cruppic i-'i.^U lialf fpiin-; Chicken Will) French Fiys A: Kahut Cofh-c or MUS Half Ii r~iTiicb v iTrali Oyjl-i-s f'rys A^.i (*<ifTc*c f;r Slilh ,-nt ; . McrclunuV Lunch ,>()(• Bakrr] Chicken ,t Drcfsini; Prii'd Cliickrn «>:h Cream Ci'avy i4'i;«:-l iv.k or Beef If"'. Roils Clowned 1'otabc.s Ol .j cn B«u 1 !---Gn ; ,i i ,n Slvle Biillrml Canol.'- c . )fri , c '„, M| - i( . v.'.ikirni salad Dessert: .1.11.-, ]•„• „.„,, W hi|>p.-(l Cio.-un IMPSOU'S STATE l USE TAVERN ay (il .S(;i(o (,ine FOR PERFECT LAUNDRY SERVICE • Kh'fjipc from thai wash day flun^nm (his «inlcr . , . enjoy more leisure and belter hciiltlt by sending your laundry In us! Our service is 1'ERKKCT from cur prompt [)it'U-ii|) Mil lyonr clothes t'onic biu-k crispy clean ;i«d flawlessly ironed! Phone Ml today . . . and discover for yourself what n truly perfect hiundi'y service is. Blytheville Laundry (uinmcnl and comfort. Saturday Only Alsn cartoon Mcmtcc" with (iimcus showing. Admission till 5 Adiuusion after ! & serial "Jungle Frank Buck. Cou- li.m. I0i- & 2(k; p.m. l(ic; & l»lc Sunday - Monday 'Stella Dallas' with Diirbiira Slan«->'ck, An" Shirley. John Boles. Alan Hnle & liarljjira O'Neii. I>nrs a child belong to its inolh- cr? Sll'lla Oallas said yes. An 1111- fricudly ivcrlrt said no. Who «as right? \\'ii!ii happened to this fawilry, I'hcaii, magninccnl woman and her beloved daughter. Alsn Vnriiniuiinl x c us and EU- GAI! BEKCiKN & CHAlil.lCy MCCARTHY in "ALL AMERICAN DRAWBACK." Sun. -,.1] day IGc & S(ji: ' ROXY Admission Always 10« & 2iic Show every iilglit. ftlatinccs fit- day, Saturday & Suuilay Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees slaH 2:1S p.m. Saturday Continuous showing from 1 to 11:30 p.m. Nigl'l shews start 7:00 p.m. Last Time Today WHAT HAPPENS TO AMERICANS HELD CAPTIVE IN WAR-TONE? ?*<^ t . BORIS : KARLOFF *4fffl!r> > && 1 — BEVERLY ROBERTS RICARDO CORTEZ Also Cartccn & Serial. "R ;l i]jo !•;,- Ircl." with r.rant Withers. Continuous showin; Safurcl-.iy. Sunday - Monday N'civs &, Ccinedy

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