The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1933 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Thursday, November 16, 1933
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EIGHT NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ' . t!?k«d Lit* for $8 FALL RIVER, Mass. (UP)—Al- dfc Richard .crawled out on I he City Hall flsKtlafl, protruding liori- «int*ily 100. (eel above live -side- 'walk; and,untangled n flag for an ' $S fee, Another stwplejack had refused to do the work for less Minn ' ROXY last Time Today Matinee 2:30—10c - 25e Carutliersville Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. V. Gray of Cairo. |y lor Flint, Mich., Mr. Pinks III former residents of tills rltyj Clifton Harris arrived Sunday <on will be employed-for „ when tilt 1 Bail?olt Construction ifrom St. Louis to visit, ' nis nunt, with the Chevrolet company. Ecnuly School Company wn< loonled here, veiled MM. James Perry. He will ho hero Gideon Crews, Noble cnpchnrt Mr and Mrs Cl.mon Sclmlt over Indefinitely. in<l J. A. Klfei- intended 10 bnsl- the wt-ek end. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Richard " c '" m Slkeslon Tuesday. Pinks-' Thiuwtoy v.t.mv Miss l-culs. will j catnp at Fourteen Bend for two I M.v find Mrs, o. P. Tlllinan oil a year j take-A beauty course at (lie Moler veeks hunting. JWimlell visited Mr. and Mrs. B^l.- fc y. Gcnuly School. ' M - B - Lewls llB d his show nt Sktnner Sundny afternoon. v 1 /* Monday and Tuesday i 'Miss Kalhryn Lor.r relurncd DeoiInK Monday fro:n 11 vUli ft'illi friends inputs. , in Jonesboro. The ladies of the Bsptlst chnvch' Quill Carried the NEW IDOL of the screen! FOX NEWS ,.COMEDY ' Friday! Saturday MAT. and Nile— 10c - 25c-j Action REX BELL As t^e hard-rldirg enslerner outwits the ' rustlsrs irom the West- t'in, will the week end In Mcm-.^»« "> «>'•'* lo mt - plils visiting Mr. llanley, who was Miss Nellie Pinmtoii went o|)ernt«l on Saturday al one of Joncfboro last Thursaay, the hospitals there. jpnnlcil by hc-r Mis. Donilhy Pcnlck of Mem- j J-oaan P.I-.KSIOI) «i.-r. H n Dnusccuosi of Mrs, J. S. Dnplist Wa'it of this c'tv. linviin accompanied Mvs. Wnlil home from Menmlili last week. Mrs. Agailia Wilts Is vlsltlnc Mr. ai:d Mis. Dan Fultz al Osccoh. Ark, having accompanied them home Sunday attev they visited In I'i's city and New Madrid on that Jay. ' „ Sim nirk^r^'ii nnrt smill T. of OrdHivillc, Miss., are in Hie home of her piv- rn's here. Mr. and Mrs. Fi-ert' Wlli Mrs n A. M"lor nivl children. ' b- Mis. MlllT's. mo- ju iri .. Mv ,. riorlot. spenl ihe week . end m Si. IM"* and Alton, 111. Thri'ls - tomedv | vl£U | n , c <i«t. Miller, who is-sin "" 'LUCKY With HELEN FOSTER and JOHN ELLIOTT | i Serial "last Frontier with Creighton Chancy Cartoon Mrs. M'n"le Marshall and dtiuoh- ICT. MKs Doro'hv. nlso Mr. nnd vl'llcd Mr. nnd M^s. Warner BocV of Poilnr Bluff during the week end Mr. and Mrs. Bock are fonu- e- r-sldents of this city, and Bly- ' Mi- nnd Mr*. Joe Miller Coi'nb- I'ls'l"'! hK bvo'.hcr, Krctl, I" Steele Moiidav, the lat'er hnvhn been In- lur"d In ft hlfihway aci-tdonl sev- crnl ''nvs nco. His condition is I '-.' L. it. cunnlnghnm Is < 'd • ns stenographer at Counly Abstrncl office siii-sll'iitim; for Miss Bessie PrftH-r, who Is In u Memphis hospltnl rc- cunerallng from a recent niwra- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jwnes and Coming Attractions Week of November 19th '• CITZ SUNDAY - MONDAY, NOV. 10 - 20 John Barrymore, Helen Hayes, Clark Gable, Lionel Barrymore. Robert Montgomery imtl Myrna Loy in 'NIGHT FLIGHT' A.Meiro-Go!dwyn-Mi>ycr Piclure .•". Paramount News ""Nursery Rythrn" Colortone Musical Revue TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21 - 22 Chas. Laughton, Carole Lombard, Chas. Bickford and Kent Taylor in 'WfflTE WOMAN' Latest Paramount News Comedy "Leave It To Dad" with Harry Langdon THURSDAY - FRIDAY, NOV. 23 - 21 Another truck-load of hilarious nonsense from the irrepressible comedy four The Four Marx Brothers WKSOIF Oddity Comedy "Menu" Also Harry Langdon in "Marriage Humor" father, the Rcr. to i-nivll In ere her slsicr.l a student for two Thursday '& Friday Mai. 2:30, in-25f Nile (!:•(">, SlTl'/U, ROCK LAUGHTER! -jiicol Loin Hums, h e Itombsliell of oilvwoott! RANK MORGAN, FRAN- HOT TONFJ, I'AT O'BRIEN, UNA MKRKEL, and TED HEALY A Vtctor Fleming Production Etling Novelty Cartoon SATURDAY, NOV. 25 Richard Arlen in HILL AND HIGH WATER' Cartoon - - Ssrial with Huck'Jones SUNDAY - MONDAY, NOV. 1!) - 20 ^ Carole Lombard and Gene Raymond in 'BRIEF MOMENT Travelogue •••- Zasu Pitts nnd Tlie'ma Todd Comedy Beautiful Fur Trimmed EXTRA TUESDAY -.WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY. NOV. 21-22-2:5 •"••:' JRampn Novarro in SATURDAY NOV. IS. 11:3(1 P. M. NO ONE UNDER Ifi YEARS OF AGE ADMITTED DEFIES CONVENTION! DARES TO SPEAK THE TRUTH! 'WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE' Every Ccat is uell tailored iu np-to-the mode styles of 1933-1934 All the Successes of the Season Gathered /or One Great Sale that has Plenty besides Price... All New! All Smart! High Qualities! Fox News - - Comedv • FRIDAY • SATURDAY, NOV. 21 - 25 '.,-." . " ' Hoot Gibson ift • THEBOILING POINT' Cartooii -;-:Serial "Last'Frontier" with Cre'ghlon Chancy Coniing Sun. Nov. 26\ On the Stage In Person JAMES HALL PARAMOUNT MOVIE STAK AND HIS Movieland Orchestra Also SALLY RANDALL In Her Famous 'FAN DANCE' Direct from YVorM's Fair New Hi»h Shade DRESSES Just Arrived! Beautiful new styles . . , bouth' from a in:<nufacluvcr lhal iKcdcd cash hence this extremely low price . . . every frock in this group is in keeping \vilh t.Hc .beau ilul styles and qualities thai Isaacs have been showing all fall and which everyone has been talking abou' . . . sei them while size ranges are complete. $39.75 $ COATS $32.50 $ $19.75 $ 1/1.95 COATS 14 If you've already made up your mind just what kind of winter coat you'll want this year—it's sure to be in (his group' Thr.re is luxury in their fur trimmings and a regal simplicity in their lines that emphasizes fine workmanship. • Wfirm woolens in black, browns, grays, greens and reds. JOE Has Told You the Truth Since 1902 Inc.

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