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WEDNESDAY,, DECEMBER i, 1037 BLYTHEVIU-R, (ARK.) COURIER NRWS Social Calendar 'THURSDAY'S EVENTS '. Dingo party lo be.held at Catholic hull at 8 o'clock, sponsored by Altar society. Midweek club meets with Mrs, I V. II. Houchins. Jewish Ladles AM meels 8 ifclbek wllh Mra. Ike Miller. . W. M. U. of First BnptiKt Church meets 2:30 o'clock at Ihe church. "Thursday Luncheon club meets with Mrs. J. A. Loecti. . Thursday Contract cliib meels with Mrs. John F. Lend. Thursday Afternoon Bridge club meets with Mrs. Louis Applebrumi. Thursday Bridge club meets with Mrs; W. a McClurkln. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive board of W. M. TJ. of First, Baptist Church meets, 2'Ci o'clock at home of Mrs. Walter Bishop. ..' SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of the Confederacy me<H \vith Nancy Hughes at J o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvii -Mrs, Isaacs Kntrrlains C'Jub. ! Mrs. M. A. Isaacs entertained the Tuesday Bridge club when t-.vo visitors. Mrs. Walker H. Baker und Sirs. Earl Koontz of Fulton, Mo,, bouseguest of Mrs. E. M. Bryan, were present. . Mrs. Isaacs served a two course luneti at a table decorated with a •silver platter of frutis. , ^•»d J Vi ""Si ho :^ F '^ | J"«« uM « < '^^^''™^»«'o ! M^'i ! li^4 high. . Born. j Mrs. Elcue Tyrone anc, Mis. present. jfc.«th«*r Born. A daughter, who has. been named Liiida Lou, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Humphrey nt their home on Park avenue, Monday. ' * To Plan Dance. - The' board of directors of (lie, , Blytheville Cotillion club met at' |, the home of Mrs. Max Woolen';, Monday night to plan a general j it meeting which will be held Friday' night at 7:30 o'clock at Ihe Legion hut. is This Moslem World?" Mrs. p. ,M. sweet dismissed with t prayer. Oseeola- Society <— Personal llave Services Rev. James McBride of Cov- t^lUIl I1UI'. ' HIT; lit*, umuco IVJbfJLluc Ul V^UV.•At the meeting Friday night, ington ' Temi -. w >io has recently arrangements will be made "for bee11 eal ' e(i as P astor of the As- the next dance of the, club which i . 3emmy of : Gocl Church in Old- u-fii beiheld "dining the Christm»s'-' ow " i 15 ht>lcml K a series of revival Services continuing' through this week." Son BoW • , '•-,. .','" i • • • '•""'... in eight and one-half pound: Has Bunco Tarty son who has been named James' C- C. Ermen and 'daughter'" EUza- Franklln was .born Saturday to I telh, entertained 13 tables of Mr." and Mrs. Findley Tremain nt 1 guests at a Bunco party Friday their home' at 821 Cherry street.! night, which was sponsored by the Mrs. .Tremain is the - former Miss! Eastern Star chapter. In keeping Mamie Perry. ,. . ....... I with .tlie .season,, the tables were i'. '., • '*>'.*'* ' ' I marked witlr paper turkeys. Awards Bailjhler Born [for high score'.'went : lo Louis ,;;An eight" and one , half :pound" Bond, of .Lepanto, and Mrs. .Baker qaugmer, who has been named-Turner'. Booby prize'was won .by. Nancy..Lee, was born wxiprrtiic- iUi.Timr> Hnii • • . ! Nancy..Lee, was bpni yeslerday MerJinc Hall, afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Hallett. at their; home at 801- Chlckasawba avenue. • . i Francis Conway .and Mary Alice . M. V. Meets i . httd e Ing | Stephens, who - are students, at ' State Teachers College, Conway. spent the weekend with their, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conway .~~ .-• ".and.Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Stephens. •r-h n,..'n B i T*w t B?p "! Mrs.'. Lottie Taggarl, of Augusta, aftm f X 6 * * ihe g«est'<>£• her sister, Mrs. of a ^cialMrie^Tiie ^Tlten SeTaves^ stadenv'fuie T»«i?J°?I?"i*^< *?° k "i University of Arkansas, came home desus in North Man--fnr *i-- v--i=j ^ «__,, ~- ' [graves, attorney in Little Rock. Mrs : accompanied home by Allen, on Williams on "Central China" and I Mrs. E. P. Hardin on "Strong i Foundations in South china". i Mrs. Paul T. Tipton, accompa- ' nied by Mrs. Murray Smart, sang! "We Would See Jesus". I T Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs.! Alyin Huffman offered prayers and Mrs. John Buchanan c!6sed the meeting with prayer. T» Be „, Firty Hostesses Mrs. J. J. Daly and Mrs. R. E. Melton will be hostesses at a' bingo party to be given at the i 8 o'clock. The party is sponsored i 6y,the Altar society.of the Church! of the Immaculate Conception • « • Lake Slrt*t *fc» XT « mru4., VT.- tu. o. ftLVClS The Woman's Missionary Society of the Lake Street Methodist ClyircU met Monday, afternoon with 19 members and two visitors. At the Hospitals Mrs. WuHte Stallings, of Manila, was admitted to the Blytheville hospital yesterday for treatment and possibly an operation. J. P. Pate, 73, of Tyler, Mo., whose hip was fractured in a fall October 28, was returned to the Blytheville hospital today for another examination. Mrs. J. T. Stalcup was removed to her home this morning from the Blytheville hospital in a Holt ambulance. John Clayton, of Keiser, Is in the Memphis Baptist hospllal. Mrs. Fred Morgan, of Haytt, is r. patient In tlve Eye, Ear, Nosi, and Throat hospital in Memphis. * Doiis Williams, oi Luxora, Is a patient in the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Nebraska Is larger than all the New England states combined. Eleven-Selections Will Be Given By A Cappella Choir .Biu of !Ncw» PeneM) Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Holder, accompanied by Mrs. Vcrnle Stll- well und sons, Leon nnd Dick, Mrs. Frank Kinnlngnam and son, Wayne, and Mr. and Mrs. Gtorge Slilwell und daughters, Lottie Pearl und George Ann, motored to Winoim, Mo., Thursday where they intended a family reunion of Mrs. Slilwell's brothers ntid :ers. Mrs. tllcn Ames of Howard, Kans,. sister of Mrs. SlUweil, accompanied them home for an (.xtejided visit. On their return they vlslled Big Springs Stale Park in Sllssouri. Judge O. E. Keck has 'returned from Lake City where he presided In circuit court for a brief session. He will go to Pfiragould Monday for a session of circuit court. Mr. und Mrs. Jes.se H. of Eiule, were here yesterday. Mrs. Loy Welch nnd .Mrs. Roland Oreen ivcre In Memphis yesterday. •,MLss Dorothy Robinson Is In Kefser with her mother, Mrs. Jack Hcbinson, B'ho is ill. Virgil Fisher, who underwent an operation In the Methodist hospital last week, is improving. H= Is expected home this wetk. Mrs. Woodrow Fisher, Mrs, Bill Worsley, Mrs. Carl Keniey, Mrs. J. ' T. Brackln und Miss o'nis Browning attended n luncheon In Steele, Monday given by Mrs. Lee Yeager. Mrs. If. L. Iliirp was called to Charleston, Mo., yesterday becau.se of the critical illness of her fa- Si eele-Cooter Holland ' Society - - Personal Mr. six! Mrs. Rticl A-slicr '.'n- l«rlnlnrd Hie following ut Uiinii-r Saturday. Mrs. Mattlo Asher and daughtiM-. Mury Jewell, Mr. nnd Mrs. l.ioyd Hoolh anil son, Shiin- non, Nfr. mid Mrs, Mill Ashcr und daughter. Jackie. Mrs. Tholmn Thomiison :ind dmishlrr. llclh, ami Miss Klicn- belh Henm-r sjient Hie holidays with the Uuier's parents In llunt- inglon, Ind, Mre. Jack naslilnif nnd Misses Elln Maslln and Bcllle Cleininous attended Ihp Christmas imrnilc In Meni(ilil.s Friday. Paul Sawyer of Detroit, Mich., is vlsliitiK relatives and fi lends here. Sfr.s. Floyd Wugster and children nrc reluniliiB home todjy utter a week's visit wllh relnllvi-.i in points of Tennessee. "Mre. Cluster Taylor nnd diinisli- Ifr. Imogme, lelururd home Sunday utter several days visit with her sislpr. Mrs, Mildred Jones, of Mr. nnd Mrs. clto Tucker unil daughter. Mnry Sue, spent Huuclay at Number Nine as guosls of Mr nnd Mrs. George Putty. Webb, Mr, und Mrs. clnls Wi'lnlzoll This Princess Coat Frock Steps Into the Kitchen of Cooler, gave « dinner parly In honor of Mr. Welnt-«ll's tnlh.-i-, Mr. Wcliitwll, of PortnBevllle. who was BB years of .age Siuiilny. Other BUMS were Mr. mill Mrs. Lewis Frnzler und fuinlly and Mr. and Airs. w. l>. polk, 'afternoon .visitors wi're Mrs. T. E. Urlsgnnce and mother, Mrs. S. E. Bums. Mr. ntxl Mrs. A. W. Jordan weve dinner (juexls of Mr. an<l Mrs. Dun VorUs Jr. ,of Lejmiilo, Ark., •TIimiksKiving. Mr. nnil Mrs. 7,ahn Wells. Mrs. Enrne.sl Long und son, Monti, of Carutlirrsvllle, with Miss Lllllnn Bomnr nnd Mrs. Lois Johnson, of this city, spent Friday In Mein- 'phls. Mrs, J, w. Robbi The program Uy the' n capi'wlla choir of Arkansas Slate College at Jonesboro, under the dlrecllou of Clyde B. Means, which will no given Friday night at 8 o'clock at the high school auditorium' under the auspices of Lange Parent Teachers Association, consists 'of 11 selections including a group of six carols from foreign countries. For their opening number the choir chose Palestriua's arrangement of "Gloria P&M," which will be followed by "Alia Trlnlta," n melody of the'15th century. The next' group is composed of three folk, songs: "In these Delightful . Pleasant Graves"; Purcell; 'The Nightingale" lRn.isian. EOlk song) Tchnikowsky, .nnd "b Morn of Beauty 1 ' (Finland), . Siuellus- Mutthews. A women's trio ,will. sing "Legend", Tchaikowstty, : ._aiKl N. .B^Ms- nard jr., . wlll.'ijrif.i-ii^soldi'.^'Tlie Birthday of-R/'King^.'-'-Neidllhger, :.' .The. carols., ar^Jpsenh's'-CaroV'. Marry'ott, "The. Sleep <5f. the Child Jesus, (French) Geyaerf, -"The Three Kings". (Spaiifeli) \ Rameiij "Pat a Pan" (French) : Monhage^ ."Over Bethlehem Town" (finjr- llsh)' Dickinson, and : "Carol of the Russian .Children"' .(Russian) Gaul. • -.-.•'- i -' ' • • The ' Blythevijle'. .Little \ Theater will present a one-act play, "Sparkin"'. ; •• Scout News Boys -. — Girls Boy Scout Troop 37 met Monday at the First Presbyterian Cluirch for its regular weekly meeting. The Rev. S. H. Salmon, scoutmaster, talked on signaling, emphasizing Its value and importance. The boys planned an overnight hike for Friday night and arrangements were made for some of tlieni to ride out and others to walk in order to pass their llrst class hiking test which requires that each boy make'-a H mile hike. The patrols announced the names they adopted. Fred Boyett's patrol ...., ^. .v.^,.4 tiiitvo.i wi i4ci in- «•»••!, M, ii. txiiuuiiin ((ll'nLillvii ther,. A. B. Rouse. She. was ac-|tl"> following expression pupils in contpiinlcd by her son, - -Rome ''• recital nt her home lust ( Wed- Hnru. ni-s/lnv evening: Mury Jennlliss Harp. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and daughter, Betty Brooks, went to Memphis this afternoon . lo be with Mrs. Isaacs' brother. W. P. Oooch, who has just returned -from India where he is connected with the National City Bank. Mrs. Isaacs will remain there for a lew days visiting with her brother.- Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs Everett. B. Gee are in Memphis today. . : ' • Mr. and Mrs. .A. C. Haley and Miss Alma Peters have relumed home .from Rlpley, Temi., where they; visited, Mrs. Haley's and Miss Petewvf brother, ' artd" family. j Vernon Peters ._ ; Maurine Bmnsaii Is visiting friends in Paycltevllje; Mrs. ,J. A. Leech. Mrs.. A. a. Little, Mrs. C. W: Afflict and Mrs. W. R, Lawshe went (o Memphis yesterday where I-they will spend 'two' days. ,' ' "" \ ' ' . . EUbii W;' Ki'rby-'is in ParagouM today..--.-... ,. , "-Mrs. j;.'.L. Kabers'is recovering Irom an Attack, of .Influenza. •; -Mrs. Baker Wilson. Mrs. Farns- .wbrth Black; Mrs. James H. Bell and Miss Ruth Butt were In Mem- : phis yesterday! • Mrs. B. A. Lynch, who has been spending much of tier time with her• sister, Mrs. R. E. Darlington, of Searcy, who recently .underwent an , operation on her knee at Campbell's Clinic In Memphis, went down today to spend today and tonight with her. Mrs. Garltngtpn will be in the clinic for several weeks. Max Usrey, who Is working In Camden, returned there today after visiting his mother, Mrs. M. O. Uaey, for several days. Obtains Divorce Mrs. Elizabeth Roddy has been granted a decree of divorce Irom W. E. Hoddy on the ground of indignities by Chancellor J. F. Gdiit- ney in vacation. The suit was unconlestecl. I Head Courier News Want Ads. Pnllord, Virginia Cook, Jerry and Sam llaima Jr., and Bobble Joe Oravltt. The recital was attended by about 15 friends who were served tea nfter Ihe program. Mrs. John Russell: Is. very sick nl her'home In Cooler. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hiizel' nnd daughter. Fairy Ann. of Sikeslon; nnd Mr. and Mrs. Dan Portis 1 Jr.. nn<l daughter, Patty Daunctle, of Lcpan'lo, Ark., were cnlertaiiied it dinner at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. A. W. Jordan Sunday. Travis Nelson - received • word Monday of Ihe death of his brother, William Nelson, nt : J>hilliyy JTenn.. aged n, w ho died :sinidiii of paralysis. He leaves a wife' .mri one daughter. Mr. Nelson, who Is Blso In bad health, \vns unable lo altciyl Ihe funeral. Mrs. Joe Russell and Misses Dorothy if arils nnd R.owpnn Campbell siicnt Monday In Memphis where Mrs. Russell received treatment (it. the Methodist hos pltal. ; Laris McFall, of Parma, was visiting here Sunday aflernoon niirj was accompanied back by Miss Virgie Travis, of lhat city, wljo had been visiting • friends and relatives here over the. week end, Minnie lone Haggard, seven year old daughter of Mrs. C. P. Haggard, broken arm. recovering from Steele Minstrel Show To Aid Christmas Fund STEELE, Mo.-Practice began Monday on the play, "Lazy Moon Minstrel," to be given.on Dec. 15. at the high school auditorium. The proceeds will go to the Oood- fellotvs Christmas fund. Mrs. Dor- Drs. Wert & Wcrt OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 540 l; and Ed Workman's, Quail. FREE INSTRUCTIONS to tatwt Styles Knitting •TOBNAT" KNTnWO TARNS Mra. Leslie Hooper 1)09 CMdMsawba Phone 792 ON DISPLAY HERE NOW 1938 FORD V-8 TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL CARS, ALSO THE HEW FORD V-8 PASSEHGER CARS PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Blytheville, Ark. Telephone 810 FOR CHRISTMAS * The Loveliest of All - - Your Photograph SOUTHWORTH Over Joe Isaacs' Start GIRLS! EARN MORE! Increase your income by learning a well paid profession . . . you can be a licensed Beautician with six months, training . . . enroll now in the Modern Hcauty School Eagle School of Beauty Culture Open Jan. 1st Cooper Bldg. Walnut & 2nd Blythtvilk COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS Special Course for Young Men and Barbers Write for full details to LESTER FISHER GIPSON 515 Krewson Ave. Jontsboro, Ark. Meeting all State Requirements for Arkansas and Missouri. State Approved Low Enrollment Fee HY CAROL DAY f'llOOSE this frock (Pottern y 8W1) for ils oretty lines, Hie shin Princess silbouetle und for Its practical character. You 1 ran slip into it us you would 11 ™ ut ,. u »'l /col prettily divsspd nil I irongh the busy hours ol HIP day. 'Jhc front closing from nerli to hem inultcs Ironing si;n. pie. You can [Hit It on the board «» you would a man's shirt, nnd iron It smooth in u /ew lone .stiokoa. Clioosc one ot the lovely now chnmbmys and trim ii us pictured, in a contrnstlnR brad. You will use this pattern a«uln nnd again lliroughoul lliu year when you sec Imw co;nfort- "ble Hie drcsa is and how easy lo make. J The pattern includes sewing instruction!!. Every Jeluil is clnirlcilTor you so that even II 4'eiviiiB Is new to you, you cnn muki«, this dress succe.tefiilly Futtern H031 is designed far .sizes H 3(1,38, «, «, 4B4 , « and ?' •!.? ? C i 8 re< »' llfs * »•» yards ot ,19 Inch material -and 31-2 ynrcts of braid to trim. W1 N' rf;n 1'ATTKUN t reutly (or y°<» »°w. hns 32 pugcs of attractive designs for evi-ry size and every occasion. Photographs show dresses made from these nal- terns bfipg worn; a feature you wll en oy. U t the chnrrnlnc designs In this new book™elp you In your wwln,,-. One pat- ern und the new Winter fcu- i? rn i B ,°° k -25 cents. Winter Book alone-15 cents. . For »'PATTERN of this at- Will Reorganize 4-H Clubs Within County The 34 4-H Clubb nad four Jtmlod-Adult 4-lf Clubs In Missis- . slppl cotirily will be rcorganl7/>'l for 1938 In mcctlniis to be held, beginning today nnd conllmilivf Iliroiigli Doccmljcr 14. 'I'he clubs me equally dlvlilcd 1 ' In llic northern nnd .southern dls-' Irlcls of the county. In Hie nortlicrn j»rt of the 1 '' rnunly, the Epht'iliile for llm ~e-' nrgnnlxniini) meetings, at. whlrii olflccr.s nnd 'sponsors ''will i« rkfWd, linve !>eon nnnoiinccd i«' follows: Wcdiicsdny, December 1— '" licecc end Promised IAIK!; Ttiurs- iluy, December 2—Brown, Xnnni mid nocky; 1'rMn.y, December 3- l.<wt Cfttic; Monday, December u" —Forty nnd Eight, nnd Armorel; Tuesdny, December 7—Ynrbro nnd' Cosjipll: Wodnc.?(lny, December 8~ ncynton and I'nwhcen; Monday l>tember 13-Efcron, Half Mooii nnil Ijine Onk; Tuesday, December H—Slindy Grove and Bla<*- wnier, ' • •-••• R«nrt Courier News Wunt, Ails. AVOID COLDS Specially designed for the nose anil iipporlhroiii, vvlicre most colds start. Used In time, liclns prevent ninny colds. VlCKS VA-TRO your envclone to blylneyiu* coun.r Ne*s Today's Pattern Bureau, 11 Sterling Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wanted Pecans olhy Hiinirn Is directing Hie play whlcl) will havu a number of specialties. Those who hnyo parts arc: linssu stcelc, I'ht'l Koury, ISudily Crawford, llnrlicrt (rudgcu», Irene Johnson, Olfii Koury Jessie Wells, Ben W. Burns, A. L. Jordan, Dorothy Southern, Attus Wallace, 'Alton Vickwy, rAuriry Nell plummcr, Atlrtlc Mao Phtcrson. lx)rena Reno. Demonstration Club News Notes Hip Facturc Requires Removal To Hospital Mrs. W. J, •riioiuiMon, G2, whose right, hip wns fractured when she fell at her home ou Short Henloy clret't October 12, \vus removed to (lie Blyllievme hosnltnl today She lind been In bed nt her home-; since the. nccldcnt but wn.i laken. ;to (lie hos)iilal alter cpm- pllcallohs developed. .:• ,At a loint 'incettng of, the Hull M'on njid Lone Oak Home Demonstration clubs lust week ilhc tone Oak club'elecled olflcers for the next year. Mrs. Olen Alexander «•«« elected president; Mrs, Burcliett, vice president; Mrs. Erby Ho<lge. .secretary; Mrs, Willie Powell, treasurer. The clubs had an all day meeting with a covered dish luncheon at, noon. CARD OF THANKS \Vc wish to express our appreciation to 1 our friends and neighbors for extending their kindness and sympathy in our recent bereavement. ' i ' '•" \ Mrs. Pchrl Hill Miss Ixjls Hill. WAKE OP YOUR LIVER BILE- VitUt Cibctl-M )VIU»«, (Hi ,f W I, ' • . !"T 'tiouW wur.oul.lwp poundi of ile Into l-olir buw.li il.lly, If th|>lil!« vlnirrrnlr.rauMuotldmin'tdlitnt It Jcitt Jn,,, Ir. the Ln»tli. Ciu Ijlo.ti up your ttoniRcli. You gel conciliated. ,Your wjiuln system [i notnotiwt nnd you feel BOUT, •mix ftntl tin: vfarlil luuki imnk. ' Lamllvn are only muknlilfti. A »«r» bowel rn'iveniciil docun't K<t Bt Ihe cauW. U Ukrs thosu itnoJ, old Carltr'l r.llllo I.lv«r rlll« tu net thr«u twu pouna. of bllu (loxtnii lr«ly unit nmke yau frel "uli and up". Harm- 1«a. (L-utlo, yet ninailtiK In BuiUn» Wle lluir Irc.'ly. Aik for Carter'al.lltlt! I.lverl'IMj br • ame. Stubbiitnly T0fu»u Boytbhur alM. 2M. FARM LOANS' and Mluonrl l.owert ratet— loweit tipcnM Abo city proptrtln DON H. KASSERMAN ThomiB Land Co. Office P. O. Box «0, Phone 827. Evening Slippers High or low heels —Silver Brocade —Silver 'Kid Trim —White Satin —Oriental Cloth $ Bceautc it goes so wall with Hie new Fall rough lilkJ »nd woolens for street and sports. MOJUD • • • /^^ * •, 0 C^tiiTi-jjVfe?*** SILK STOCKINGS • Tliere'i something very "in the know" «b'out wearing Honeycomb Mesh Stockings, 'Sfyliits «nd ctn'c Parlsiennes hay* been doing it for v'>". Try i pair. You'll find yourself responding to their subtle, flaffery . . . wilting with ^ greafsr ajsurunce . . . .Ji "I more poise. , . , J_ W 85c to $1.35 Fft-OVO A. •• t •> 4vr BP^ I'm I'riccs Paid WOLF ARIAN 12ft E. Main, Phone TO Ilnrvey Stewart Dr. F. A, Robinson STEWART-ROBINSON HueeeMs Cily I>ntg Store , We Spcclnllze in~ PRESCRIPTIONS Medicinal Wine & Liquors 20H W. Main Phone 20 jit Everything for your enter-' tainment and comfort. Weds. - Thurs. with FIVE-PIECE GIRI, BANfc" featuring JtSSIK MAE, the only eirl Clyde McCoy playinf "Susar: Bin's." Also wilh Annette Dubnis','; daring exotic Danseuse, tap d»ne-- ers, comics, 25 FEOPLE 25, On the Screen 'High, Wide and Handsome with Irene Dunne & Ran-', dolph Scott Continuous Showing—Shows start I 2:00 p.m.; 5:15 p.m., anil 8:45 p.m. - Ihrtr. complete s'liws daily. :* Admission lill 5:00 p.m. ChiWrfii ., Itic, Adults 41c (tax Included). A a mission after 5:00 p.m. Children ' 2«c: Adults 5«c (tax in ROXY Admission Always lOc &. Z6C " Show fvery night. Matinees fri- day, Saturday & Sand.iy Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees star)'.' 2:15 p.m. Saturday Continuous showing from I to 11:36 p.m.~ shoirs start 7:00 p.m. I PAL NIGHTS! Weds. - Thurs. 2 adults admitted for the price "' on*. . •All American Sweetheart* with Scott OoH»n £ Patricia AJso

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