The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 11, 1949
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PAGE POUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) .COURIER NEWS Jano Shelton, Society Editor „, i none 4461 Joe M. Michie, Martha'Jo Smith Wed in Alabama In .a', candlelight ceremony Sunday Hoy. S at 5:30 p.m. in the First Baptist Church In Cullman, Ala. Miss Martha Jo Smith, daughter o; Mr. and Mrs. CJiarJes Sinitli of Cullman, became the bride of Joe Marlon Michie, son of Mr. and Mrs Simnus Marion Miclite of Stcele Mo. Dr. Carl Bobbins read the double ring ceremony before B background of yellow chrysanthemums intermingled with lacy greenery. Wed- dliig bells of golden material were suspended from an archway formed with yellow chrysanthemums and golden ribbons which extended out over the! kneeling bench. Tlie glow from many yellow tapers burning in wrought.iron candelabra lighted the scene. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. P. E. St. John. Her selections included "Call Me Thine Alone", "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life", Herbert, and "Love Me and The World is Mine," "Traumcrci," by Schumann. During Ihe exchange of vows "Llesbestraum" by Litzst was softly played. Neil Carter, soloist, sang, "While the Angelus Was Playing" and "Until". f;'.' BoM,ie Jo-,,, loll the the "ich , 6ria w hlch closed We Dorrls I ee Br»d*aw f , AT An.MOUtL- of jumor and senior queen of the Armorel High school this comes year were Dorris Dradshaw, !6 . » Jlllllor , nd Bobble *» n .. ..». c«o were proclaimed winners of „. , , .. y and wl11 bc crowned at the Thanksgiving Fes- Ival at the Armorel High school, November 23. The contest, which collected +- material' ruffle gathered to.form a fuilnes developing into a bustl back.. They carried yellow pom.pon chrysanthemums arranged on. gol<' French lace fans tied with gold rib' bons. They wore hair arrangements of blue ostrich plumes. Attendant* in Blue and Gold • Bridesmaids were Miss Alice Lawrence, Miss Kathleen Wilson, Miss :Mary Michie of Steele .sister of the groom, and Juriior bridesmaids were Molly Joe Beasley of Blythcville :cousin of the groom, and Linda Sue Stephens. They were gowned in 'frocks Identical to that of the ma' 'tron and maid of honor except their gowns were In gold and their flow- 'ers blue pom porn chrysanthemums testing on blue lace fans. They wore 'gold ostrich plumes in their hair. 1 The bride," who was given in marriage by her father, came down the 'aisle.dressed in a white nylon chan- .tillj' lace gown worn over white slipper "satin. The low neck, and long 'fitted sleeves .formed points over the hand, edging the sleeves were elaborate designs o! seed pearls. A short peplum at the waiit of .the full skirt developed into a circular train. The 'cathedral length veil was held close ^to the hwd with *. tiara ol pearls. She' carried 'a bouquet of gardenias and -whit* satin leaves on a white nylon lace fan'which was showered .'with satin ribbons and bow knots. ' Sirnrns M. Michie served his son 'as best man..Ushers 'were V.- G. Oliver, George Hubbard and Dr. J. E. Bcasley of BlytheviUe and Charles Rondal Smith. < Mrs. Smith,:mother of the bride, 'was attired:ln a. dinner dress of rose crepe, with a corsage of Vanda orchids. Mri. Michie, mother of the groom, 'was dressed in a gray lace dress with -which she also wore a corsage of Vanda. orchids. Immediately. following the cere- niony & reception was held at the home. of the. bride in Sulterer Height*. The bride'i table was overlaid with a lace cloth and was centered with a tiered wedding' cake. Encircling the base of the cake were gardenias and lillics of the valley. White candles glowed at either side. Baskets of white chrysanthemums \yere placed throughout the home. Southern Wedding Trip Mra. J. E. Beasley of Blytheville assisted in serving. Following the reception, the young couple left on a southern wedding trip. For traveling Mrs. Michie wore a .three-piece moonstone blue velvet suit with matching hat and accessories were in toast brown, she pinned a white orchid at her shoulder. Those attending from Stcele and Blytheville were Mr. and Mrs. George' Hubbard, Mrs. A. F. Dietrich, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Beasley and Molly Joe of Blytheville. Mrs. Thomas C. Beasley, grandmother of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Simms Michie and Miss Mary Michie of i Steele. • * * Mrs. Hall Honored At Surprise Shower Mrs. Eric Hall was complimenled last evening when Mrs. D. S. Hay was hostess at her home with a surprise layette shower at which 21 guests were present. The honorec was seated In a chair marked with a huge pink satin bow for the evening's activities. In the games which were directed by Mrs. J. D. Wldner, Mrs. Hall was presented prizes. After the guest of honor had !>ee n presented gifts [rom the group, Mrs. Hay assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Mark Anderson served a sandwich plate. ' QUICK RELIEF FROM COUGHS t>Vl JO CO! Ot Won Jnfully tfftrKvi nlltl hem coughi tu, ro told! wilSW.Ii'. O^.n **,„„!.!„ (b,and) C«uah Sytu,. If ,«„ H. w .ri, \ mm ,u, w k«co«, Ii 1 . Ilk. . .!.*.,•, ^...ripK.n, ,.„,. jdjjni.J ,1 ,.»„., ,,|. n)H k Iny^i.n^. CMIJtin l.y. h,Mn, WAIT'S . , . Onl, 3J. . k«lll,_Iwlt. .1 much-., ill, — 60.. Aik yout rfeoltr lot Woii'i Mounloln (krondKoujH Syrup. Soliir.,i!, n w vow mttnty fcnefc. The Thanksgiving Festival wi, feature another fund raising pro Jcct, as well as the coronation cere monies. Bobbie Joan is the daughter o Mr. nnd Mrs. T. L. Loll, and Dorrl I-ee Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs C. M. Bradshaw. The contestants for the junlo queen title were Frances Dyer o the seventh grade and Bobbie Joan In Jhe competition for the senior IS** 11 .Betty Jo Donner rcprcsentc< ine ninth nnd 10 grades, while Don-Is Lee represented the Junior and senior classes. Luncheon Club, Guests Meet With Mrs. Bittner Six guests. Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mrs Jimmy. Lee Brooks, Mrs. Oscar •endler, Mrs. L. E. old. Mrs. Dan iell and Mrs. Howard Caldwell ol Hot Springs, houscguest of Judge and Mrs. v. p. Holland, met with members of the Thursday Luncheon Club when Mrs. Charles Bllt- ier ^entertained 'the group at her The VtVo'-coursei 'luncheon - !ruf ^ " le d ' nlng tilMe «"" ervlng table with the dining table remg centered with a low crysvu iowl filled W tth lacy greenery and •ellow chrysanthemums. "The hosen color, yellow, was repeated n the place cards and (allies pre- ented each guest. . . The three tables of eated at il ving ro6m , J1 s were at individual tables In the and sun room which •ere also decorated with arrangements of yellow chrysanthemums or the games in which Mrs W I. Pcaje won club high and Mrs' arris McCalla second high Guest high was awarded Mrs' Old Din-uiB the afternoon, Mrs. Calden was presented a gift from Mrs Nancy Ncwcomb Feted Sixth Birthday Party In celebration of her sixth birthday Tuesday, Nancy Ncwcomb Invited 16 of her friends to a parly at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs. Charles Ray Ncwcomb' 020 Hearn Street. Pink and blue was the color scheme chosen for the afternoon with paper hats In the Iwo colors presented to Ihe guests, together with favors. A moving picture entertained the children, and later pictures of the group were taken as Nancy opened - Birthday cake and ice cream were 1 served by Mrs. Ncwcomb, assisted by ,iur mother, Mrs B. A. Good- E." S owr!: > P ' Ckartl a " d MrS ' Dan, Wallace Host At Informal Party Dan Wallace was host to 10 guests st evening at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wallace, with an Informal party in which the evening was spent In dancing nnd watching television shows The guests gathered in the rumps room of the Wallace home, which was decorated with assorted colored balloons, to. play records and pcnd.the evening. : ':• During the eyenlngV-entertain- ^^.^^rrrss n yellow were served. • ..- -lub Members, Guests VIeet In Hutfy Home . J. O. Huey was hostess ycs- ' of the Blytheville Rook Club Ira-Cleo Warren", at her home inch-was decorated with assorted all flowers. In the games. Mrs. Warren won fgh and Mrs.- R. A . Copeland -coild high. Mrs. Roy Head won During the afternoon, the hostess crvcd coffee and pie. Pink and White Party Fetes Miss Higginson Continuing u, e series of parties complimenting Miss Dorothy Ilig- glnsoji, brltJe-eiect of James Kogers, was the dessert bridge given last night at the Hairy A. Haliics apartment on Main when Mrs. Haincs, Mrs. Harry w. Haloes and Mrs. Baker Wilson were hostesses lo five lablcs of guests at a dessert bridge. Touches of pink and white, the selcclcd moll!, were used throughout the decorations and tables appointments for Ihe affair. Low silver hjlders in which were placed lighted pink tapers center-' ed Hie individual tables at which the guests were seated. Tiny place cards on which were placed white wedding slippers marked each guests' place. Attached to each shoe were miniature while satin bows. Miss Hfgginsun's place was marked with n pink carnation corsage a gift of the hostesses. Continuing the chosen color scheme were the pink and white :allie.i and score pads. Pink rosebuds and feathery greenery arranged In bouquets decorated the entertaining rooms In the games. Miss Barbara ;hlld won high. Miss child was presented satin coycred lingerie boxes. Christmas candles were M-csented Mrs, George Hubbard Jr.. for second prize. Also presented Mrs. Hubbard, w |, 0 won bndgo, were satin closet acccsso- Bits of News During (he crc.ilng, Miss Hi^in- TOII. who, .was dressed In a forest green satin frock, was presented china In her chosen pattern r rom her hostesses. Mrs. w. C. Higginson mother of the unde-clect was a tea guest Out of town guest was Mrs. John Ed Clouse, of Griffin, Ga., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard. drs. Bittner Honors Tri-Delt Alumna Club The Trl-Delta alumna club of Blytheville was complimented when Mrs. Charles Bitlner was hostess to he members at her home Monay night with * dessert bridge .Mrs .Spencer Alexander presided ver a brief business meeting pre- edmg the bridge games Tiny chrysanthemums arranged in "bles'T 5 CC "' crc<i thc '"dividual Mrs. W. A. Alllick won high and irs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., second high unng the evening. Mrs. John Ed Clotise of Griffin Ga., housceucst of her sister Mrs' oe Evrard and Mr. Evrard, was ucst for Ihe mccling. Arrangements of chrysanthemums nd mangolds decorated the rooms. Octette Club Meets t Nunn Residence Members of the Octette Club ere entertained at! the M ar "n unn home when Mrs. lN l.nn' nas ostcss to the group for the weeilv meeting. - " t *- R1 J . Blue crystal vases holding cop- loiis arrangements 'of red roses 'd roses entertaining were placed In the rooms. In the games of the afternoon Mrt ?V F ' 'I.'V*" W01 > high and Mrs. .1. c. Ellis second high A dessert course was served by the hostess-. - The Empire state Building in New York City, with 102 slorles reaches a height o! 1,250 feet Mr. and Mre, Stephen Johns an son, David Farris, Hugh Elliott an Miss Katherine Biautley ol Houston Texas are Die weekend guests o Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bj-antley, Jr. E. A. uades returned today fron Vnlden, Miss,, where he atlende the funeral of iiis brother-in-law J. C. Cahhoun. Mr, and Mrs. Hubert Seyiuor *ve moved to ihcir new home- a 105!) Holly, which was formerly th Sam Williams home. Mrs, William ind daughter, Martha Ellen Wil lams, have moved to Osceola .U nakc their home. Cpl. Prank McGiuder was motor ed to Memphis Wednesday by hi. larents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGru dor and grandmother. Mrs. Jess« 'I'ovlnco. He left by plane fo Brcokly Field, Ala., wheel he w.. K assigned to C-97 plane duty fo South American flights. Mi-, and Mrs. Charles Ray New comb and daughter, Nancy, spen yesterday in Memphis. Mr, and Mrs, P. J. Lauinan of New Orleans, La., visited here briefly yes lerday,as guests of Mr. and Mrs Cornelius Modinger Si 1 ., and fan Mr. and Mrs. Gene Chitmon an nouncc the birth of a son Nov. a a Walls Hospital. The bnby has bee named Michel Gi>ne. Mr. Cliitmoi who is stationed at Corpus Christ Texas, is here with.Mrs. Chitmor anrl .son. Mrs, Chitmon Is the forme Miss Lovonda Karner, daughter o Mr. and L. T. Karner of Gosnell. Miss Katherine Wright, who t n student at tlie'.University of Mis slsslppi. Is visiting here as gues of her aynt. Miss Mary Sue Wrfglv and grandmother, Mrs. J. W Wright. Miss Wright was "Mis Mississippi" and runner-up to "Mis America of 1349." Miss Wright wil also visit in Kennett, Mo., as gues of Mi. and Mrs. E. R. Reid. Condition of Mrs. Smith Brackin who has been ill at her home fo two.weeks is Improved. Mrs. C. K. Richards of St. Lout Is here visiting as guest of Mr. an Mrs. Charles Rose. Mrs. John Ed Clouse, of Griffin Ga., is visiting here as guest o her sister, Mrs. Joe Evrard.- ant Mr. Evrard. Mrs. Marvin Nunn and son Mar viii Nunn. Jr., are in Birmingham Ala., visiting as guests of thel daughter and sister. Mrs. John Walter Cock, Mr. Cock and family Dr. Edna Nics relumed Thursday afternoon from a business trip ^o Memphis. . Mrs. Charles Crigger. Mrs. Jesse Taylor; Mrs. Bernard. Gooch am Mrs. Roland Green attended a o'clock luncheon in Osceola yes terday at a party given by Mrs. Elliott Sarlain, Mrs. Pallne Two Guests Attend Avalon Club Meeting Mrs. Gene Ellis and Mrs. Calvin Baiuett were guests yesterday the meeting of the Avalon Bum.- club when Mrs. Buss Kettinger was hostess to the group. Lou- crystal 'bowls' filled with yellow chrysanthemums and nan- diua berries were placed at Intervals in the home. Mrs. Raymond Shamlin won high and Mrs. w. J. Cupples second high in Ihe anernoon games. Mrs. Kettinger served a dessert course. Varied Programs Presented Durina Education Week iri Blythville Schools FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 194» Programs planned »nd presented* 'i' students In Blytheville Schools ilghllghted Ihe observance of Na- lonal Education Week here which centered about the theme of "M a k- Hf? Democracy Work." The planning coriiniltt ee f 0) . t rte observance this week was comnos cd of W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of schools, chairman, and Miss Rosa Hardy, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, W. D. Tommey and Earl "3 Nail. In each homeroom and In each -•lass-room (he students presented Programs Illustrated features of in tercst, conducted discussions, and made reports ^ori the d»lly subjects selected for emphasis, A feature of the week was the ll-scliool visitation program. A total of 196 sixth-grade students from central, Clear Lake, Laiigc, Number Nine, Sudbury and Yarbro visited Blytheville Junior High School where students who had formerly attended these schools ex- pUlned their schedules jnd activities to the visiting students The classes were conducted through the various classrooms by student leaders. More than 225 eighth-grade students from Blytheville Junior High School. Lone Oak, and Promised Land visited the senior high school where an hour was spent finding out about high school activities and studies. Pat Burks, president of Hie student council, acted as master of ceremonies. Different students explained various activities to the visitors. These Included the Monitor system, Ihe Glee Club. The Boy's Clubs, The Girls' Clubs, The Student Council. The Shop Work, and subject matter fields. Students Irom Promised Land and Lone Oak were taken on a tour through the high school Yesterday morning, pupils from Central, Lange, Sudbury, and Yarbro sixth grades presented a program to senior high students at their'assembly. The program was in the form of a regular school club with students from each school Mrs. Gomes Hostess To GA Group, Guests The Calvary Baptist World Mls- s onary GA's met Monday nfaht al Ganes Uh , with J5 members and two vsnn Mb, Shirley Workham and "S Genevieve Jarrett present Mrs. Vernon Boyd, counselor, led the opening prayer. Like A Glowing Tree" was Ihe , . , ,, , o ii ^t: was me topic of Uic devotional given by Mrs Leon Robertson. Joyce Steel presented a talk on "A Boy in Mecca" with Erva Sue Grcer discussing, "Roots of Mo- liammedism." Assisting on the pro- grain was Poggy Webb, Billie Pray Graham and Alice Ami Lcdbetter. Mrs. iioyri discussed, "Aleke So- toundes" followed with prayer by Erva Sue Grecr. : Mrs. Gaine-s led the dismissal prayer, after which the hostess assisted by Mrs. Pauline Vance .served refreshments. Miss Geneva Hasting presided over a brief business meeting immediately following.- First Six Weeks Attendance List; Is Announced first Coming Events Social Calendar meets Room Saturday Duplicate Bridge League at Hotel Noble in colonial at 2 p m. Saturclav Alpha Beta Chapter of Espilo Sigma Alpha will hold its semiannual bnnrtuct and jewel pin cere- presenting features from their regular dally work. At The Hospitals Blylhevllle HospIUl Dismissed: Mrs. Oliver Patten, Tyronza. Joe Davis, City. Elizabeth Peters, Deering. J. W. Davis, city. Mrs. Herbert Summers, Monette. Walls Hospital , Dismissed: Cassimrnino Bensods, Luxora. MM. B. L. Pi-esser «nd baby. Slanlon, Mrs. Jess Qlascoe and Mrs. "mmett Dunn. \ Mrs. Howard Caldwell''of Hot Springs fs visiting here as guest of Judge and Mrs. G. V. Holland, Mrs. Sanford Boone and other relatives. Mrs. Bryna Miley of Sheffield, Ala., Is spending several days here s guest of her sister, Mrs. Hugh Vhitsitt. Mr. Whltsitt and fanvily. Mrs. Robert Hartigan and son, 3111, left today for Hartford, Conn., o make their home after spending everal weeks here as guest of Mrs. Hartigan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Afflick. They will join Mr. Hartlgan In Hartford where he is student at Hartford Law School. Irs. Hartlgan was motored to femphls by her mother where she ook a plane/ for the remainder of he trip, f Condition of W. G. Card who Is rlously ill at Baptist Hospital in lemphis Is unchanged. His daugh- r. Mrs. Rlley Jones and Mrs. Card •e with him. r- mony in the Colonial Room of Ho- tbl Noble at 7:30 p.m. The rtancc at the Jayceo room will be held at 9 p.m. Civic Calendar Friday FOOTBALL: Chicki vs Brinkley, Sunday and Monday So you're in the RED... don't feel so HOT... things look mighty BLUE... Oro; Itieliow/i, Louie. 1 '''Cause Htitlon's here in the funniest, nngiest till of (fie year! !H VAJOHN FARROW^ , .WILLIAM OEWAREST-JUNE-HAVOfc ' Paramount News & Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15-11.00 HOTEL NOBLE extends a cordial invitation to our patrons • . \ to hear a program of music on the beautiful new spinet model Hammond Organ . . . through th» courtesy or The Hollenberg Co. or Memphis DINNER HOUR 12 iS'oon-a p.m. SUPPER fi:UO-S:00 p.m. Buffet Supper served under the direction of our food manager, Mrs. Clara Martin . , . $J.50 per plate; child's plate 85c. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13 Power Firm Sponsors Cooking School Series For Girl Scout Troops The second In a series of cooking schools sponsored by the Arkansas- Missouri Power Company for Girl Scouts in tins area, was inaugurated this afternoon when 13 members of Ihe Sudbury Troop attended the first class in a series of five, to be held In Ark-Mo's all-electric kitchen in the company's BlytheviUe office. The school specializes in the techniques and quick tricks In preparing meals and is conducted for Girl Scouts working for (heir cooking merit, badges. The classes are conducted over a five-week period and consist of four lessons: 1) Fundamental principles of cookinf 2) Preparing a breakfast. 3) Lunch and 41 Dinner. In addition, a tea is given on the last day of the school for the mothers of the Giri Scouts attending .the classes. The school is'conducted two hours each week and features Mrs. Mary Lois Jordan, a member of the company's home economics department as '-head chef." Mrs. Coady B;aton' leader of the Sudbury Troop, is assisting with the cookiu^ classes The balance of the classes will be held on Saturday of each week Following the completion of this class, two more five-week schools will be conducted for the Central and Lange troops. Similar schools arc held In other towns served by the company. J Perfect attendance for the six weeks of the Yarbro school t e , m was announced today by Miss Min nie Foster, principal. First grade—Lance Bunch, Dowell Crawford, Jackie Emery, John Hay Lambert, Carieton Stlle*. Jr Robert Thompson, Jr., Patsy Ash' Ella Kay Campbell, Paulett* Crawford, Betty Jan? Sanders, Geneva Vincent and Ethel Jean Wyatt. Second grade — Danny-Bunch James Marvin Bunch, Ted Maxwell Lovoll Wheeler, Larry Whittle, Br- van Wimhcrly, Blllle Jean : Hulsey, Linda Ann Stanford, Jerry Lyiine* Wheeler. Third grade—Jimmy Bruce, Bonnie Bunch, Robert Allen Edwards, Jackie Huhey, Jerry Jones. Mary Joe Langley and Jerry Manley. Fourth grade — Clyde Griffin Glynn Dale Howard, Stephen MfJ. Guile, Thomas Vincent, WilljSgf; Wyatt and Alice Faye Ash. Fifth grade—Gene Handley, Keith Coates, Allcne Wilson, Elizabeth Brister and Myra Bunch. Sixth grade—Charles Abbott, Betty Lou Wilson, Joan Bunch and Edward Wiinberly. State Supervisor Visits Schools in Blytheville Myron Cunningham, elementary supervisor for the State Department of Education, spent pail of Tuesday and Wednesday visiting Blylhcville elementary schools. Tuesday afternoon he addressed the elementary teachers and representatives of Junior and Senior Hish School faculties at Sudbury School. His subject, was "Reading in Content Subjects." He pointed out that failures In reading were often due to emotional blocks in the student. He also emphasized the need for a reading readiness period in all areas of anniig and not Just in first grade W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of schools, pointed out the need for 1 special reading program beginning in the first grade and continuing through Senior High School. He asked the teachers present to begin giving thoueht to the problem Mr. Cunningham complimented" llie Library Reading Program that, he had observed in the elemental schools of Blytheville. . ".• At the close of the meeting the Sudbury faculty entertained in com- ' pliment to Mr. Cunningham. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner elementary supervisor, was in charge of the program. Kashmir Is Guarded Against Communists SPINAGAR, Kashmir _ W) _ Kashmir's northern and northeast- a« f '™ n "5 ra nre be "'8 guarded against Communist infiltration from the Chinese province of si n - Kians reportedly under the con trol o f the Chinese Communists A well-informed source' here savs a large number of Muslim refugees from S.nkinng already have en lered Gilgit, which i., held by Pakistan. The source artcrs lhat it k difficult lo tell whether anv C v,n- imnnsls are among the refugees. Enjoy the Thrilling Music \ '* OF THE NEW Xlttt'ftto* HAMMOND ORGAN WHILE DINING AT HOTEL NOBLE BLYTHEVILLE Sunday, Nov. 13, 1949 Dinner 12-2 * Buffet 6-8 oj^^ Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 : J5 Sliow Sliii-ls 2:00 10:00 a.m. I'iMf, p . m . ,,. 30 LISTEN TO K1.CN Last Time Today Sword in the Desert K-illi Dana Andrews P.tMmounl Xews Selected Shnrl Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Serial "\VIIil Bill Hickoli" .\ 0 . 7 and Khorl Coiil. Showing Sat. 12:30-11:30 Show Siarls 7:00 Box Office Opens 6:45 Bargain Right Every Nlfhi Except Saturday passes honored on Sunday The ROXY Lasl Time Today 1 Love Trouble Mrilh Pranchot Tone and Janet Blair |f Selected Short Subjects =." Saturday BOX 'ELUOn THC KfTurta or DANIEL BOO ft f Serial "James Boys of Missouri" No. 1 llm l Short Conl. Showing Sal. 12:30-11:39 Sunday & Mrmday —DOUBI.K FEATURE— ^ MCOONM^ CMf ; j n*V_L«KL.« FOX NEWS Cent. Showing Sunday 1:30-11:0

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