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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COURIER NEW8 Social Calendar MONtKYS EVENfs MisJonti) Union of >ir-,t Baptist Church i"ccls at 'J:30 o'clock at tlie church. Women's Missionary Society uf the First Methodist Church mtits 2:35 o'clock at church. Executive • Board of Women's Auxiliary of First:- Presbyterian Church jnects 230 o clock at the church. Missionary Study Group of tha nrst; Cluistlan Cl.urcli, meets 2:30 pclcck at hpmi. of Mrs peovge \\. Bavhain. St Stephens Lpi«cop-\l Guild I meets'2 30 o clock with Mrs^ A.' Conway TUESDAY'S EVENTS Tuesday. Bridge club meets with Mrs Hiiny \chbv Ysung Matrons' club meets with Mrs, Murray Smart. Woman's club having bingo party ati Woman's, club, .at 7:30 o'clock. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS' . Wednesday club meets with Mrs. Baker Wi|spn. : - THURSDAY'S EVENTS MidrWcek : dub meets vvitji Slrj. W. I<. Horncr. Thursday Bridge club meets with . -Mrs.;-l.- \\. -Moore. Thursday Contract club meets with M«. O. W. McCutchcn. Thursday Afternoon club mcels • with Mrs. A. T. Ctoar. Thursday" 1 Luncheon club meet;: with Mrs. A.' G. Little. . -FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive " board of Woman's •club -to have luncheon 1 o'clock at club: ' .. ' . Is Hcstess at .D. .1. K. -Luncheon. ••- -Miss-Cora Lee, Oolemmi, of this city. 'Mrs. Johii W. Edrin'g'ton. Ma. Susie Keiscr antl Mrs. Mary Btii'- liiere, all of Oscepla, were hcs- tesscs wiioii the William Stronu chapter of tlic DatiglHeis. of (lie American Revolution had a lunch- FLAPPER FANNY Bits of New Mostly PenoiMd SATUUDAY, DECEMBER-4, 193? Make k*'/br a Mrs. C. F. Bloter, Mrs. George Crockett :im| Mrs. C. E. Watson, of Cariithcrsville, shopped lieie slCMlny, Miss Sue Wlllinuhftiu is spending Hio week cwl in CJurulhciv ville ns thp guest of Mrs. • Nliuiricc Jrtncs. \l(sh M(iry Virginia Arnold, of Memphis, is spending the week cnil AS UIP guest of tyr. iiml Mrs. C. H, jifll] a,i)il Sheldon H(i||, Mr,s. T. j, Burks w.as In Meui- tWt. Tuesd.ay wliere she was Jollied, by MIS. J. T. Cpliiev inut \ir. a.nrt, Mrs. O. J, Collier-, who :^iii(! lip.n.19 with her before relurn-'j ing to thplf home in Shnw, Miss., v'cs(er(l^y. Jinncs Hassop, of. the 1/fS. iia- vy. wliq hfts b.eeii visiting his pn- rcnls. 'Mv- a)\(l Mrs. J, E. Hasscm for tl\o past two months, to Ncrfo))?, Va,, Mon.(ia,y U'liere tie is to he sta.tipiied on tiip. new w- . - Vi\lt ci\i;vier "Enterprise." He. hint formerly bc.eti s(a,tlpned at Befell, Cqllf. lyjr. micl Mrs. James h(\ve iupve<l here AvS.. CIIUKCll OF CHRIST Sunday school will be held nt 10 o'clock a,nd scviicevat 11 o'clock with the Rev. Stanley Jones, of Scnath, preaching. In Ihc auditorium Pf the court, house. C'HU1(C1I Sixth and M;ili) Stiefts Tho women of the church will have a special .service at 11 o'clock in obsen'ance of Woman's Day. A play. "Larry's Gift to India" will be presented at this service. I-DI.I. GOSl'KL CIIUKCll Lilly and Vine, Slrt-cls Sunday school 9:4& a.m., N. W. Tnmtham. suporliit<sidenl. Morning worship 11 a.m. I>, Y. P. A. 6:30 fi.ifl,. all members urged to lie present, EvaneelisUp service T.'3Q p.m. Tiie pastof will speak at both morning and evening services. Tlic public is cordially invited to attend. FIRST QF TIIK "('an you conns over lor diniicr, Cln'icl;? It's j;i)iii{; 111 lie \ cry iust the lamilv ami Irish slew." Over the Bridge Table By 'Reeii rpn meeting in the chib reams at the Osceola court house yester- -day. : The table wa.s decorated in red. white and blue colors with carnations, D. A. R. flags and United States flags used. A three caursc lunch was served. After lunch a short, business session was held, presided, over by Mrs, L. S. Biggs, of Proctor. rpltolng,.. f the business ses Mrs: ; "L.;' C> B. Yoimu, pA'cscnicd the prograin showing sliilfs lent to' tliein by the National :i}. A. R. of Icolcnial .tuildings 'qf interest to the clfapter! Mi-s. James Richardson, of this city., attended the meeting as the guest of Miss " thp news that there will bo two dances at the couiHiy club dining the Yiilptitle senscp, in addition (o tl'al to he g\v;n by the newfly organized Cqtijlipn cl\i.b, the tunrrlcd folks 3(1 (nitd others) . hnve ilccidod they will not hibcv- trich arc coi.nplcttng plans foi- their weddings 1 . . Invitations Here Ij-sucd this week to the. K^.ck-ppu Smith a.ffalr. \yhlch is til be splemiil?ctl at night at the First. Presbyterian church o\i Mon- (j.iy follpwhig Chrisljnns and Lil- l\a,u and JPf Bcasley will exchange tlicly vo\v.-i jnunary 15. sa.mp place. (\t fsiif o'cjwk In the i\ftcrnap(i. The party Harriet Uoi-inn and Mac McCutchcn had for Mn.rgnrct. recently wn^ Eftld to. have been given here. Tlic, Little Theater presented it.s Sliuday school, 51;^. Noble Mu- Stipt. Mprnlng Scn'lc'o 11 o.'clpcK. Sei'inpn subject, "Drinking All of the Cup." N. Y. v. s. i o'clock. Evening service 1:30. Sermon subject, "Hflvine' the Miiul ot jOhrist." " ' cvciii.nK. lessular monlh- ly board nieetinB at the home ol are now. a(, '.he li.fifflp qf Sir. nii(l Airs. Carl Dflvis. Mr, Riclitvi'dson is cpnnec.ie.dj-\Yitli UlC sell cpuserviulon progra.ni .|\cre. >.Irs. M.. O. Hocg.gen, of;.; St. Lcujs. Mrs. Eula Riitledge and Mrs, Rflyiunnd Rntlcdge, pf Jpncs- fvlr. and MI'S. O. A. Dunivan Stceie, Mp. KIRST 1'HKSBVTER^X CliUKOI s. ii. The "Mini of the Mother-Lode" is the subject for the pastoj's tprp, are vilsUns f>.Irs,. FranV sermon at the mornlrig service, n ".Vctb... ^f^•s. Hpcggen and. M.rs.'o'elc-ck, nt the First Presbyterian liilla Hulledgc are sistnrs/pf Webb and Mrs. RayinpnO Rutledse is her-- niece. Two Ensembles Merry * Christmas ; " ; " , BY CAROL DAY^ r pO remember a friend-with a * really lovely gift, ma|te up the smart ensemble shown in Pattern 8089—bolero, hag and calot. In velvet or brightly colored wool, these three pieces will transform a simple dress into something dramatic. For afternoon or with an evening frock they make your costume look very fresh and new. Pattern 8089 is designed in sizes small (34-36), medium {3840), largo (42-44). Medium size requires V-8 yard of 54-incli material for the ensemble. To line jacket 1 1-3 yards of 35 or 39 iticli iiiaterial arc needed, for hat 1-4 yard, for bag 3-8 yard, The lines of (he tworpiece frock in. Pattern 0017 are trim «S » suit, follpw the natural figure and effect, a slender waist. Clioose contrasting fabrics far skirt and bodice. Pattern 8017 is designed for sizes 12, 14, 16. 18, 20 and 40. -Size 14 rcciuircs 2 yards of 35 or :I3 inch material for shirt and 1 ;t-4 yards for jacket blouse, The new WINTER PATTERN BOOK is ready for you now. It has 32 pages of attractive designs .for every s.izc and even' occasion, Photographs show dresses mado from thesf. patterns boirjj; \vorn,' <i feature you will enjoy. Let the charming designs in this iipw book 'help yqu in. your sewing. One pal- tern and the' new Winter 1'at- tern Book—25 cents. Winter Cook iilonc—15 cents . *!Sk, ono PATTEUM send 15c in COIN (30 CENTS for both) your NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER and SIZE to TODAY'S PATTERN SERVICE It 8017 SW?. PLACE - BROdK - address your envelonc to ttlyltieviiiv Cimnw ^**'s Today's pattern Bureau, SI Sterling place, Brooklyn, N. Y. ^••••WMHMMM* ROXY Admission Always lOc & 26c Show every night. Bliillntrs *W- day, SalurUay & Sunday OiUy. Friday & Sunday Matinees star! S:1S p,m. Saturday t'onllnuaus showing from 1 to 11:30 p.m. Night shows start 7:00 p.m. Last Time Today TOM KUKNK in 'Where Trails Divide' "<Ji-iM;m" uf tile Hange Tnoi Kcciie Nluys a, new role—hut tie's ; till, the samp ijflilijn- i-owlniy wliu Sivcs you THRILLS. Also i-jrloon & serial "Kailjo 1'a- trol." Continuous showing ' Saturday, Sunday - Monday Church. : The prelude, played by Mrs. P. B. Joyner on the orga.ii, j will be "Sortie in G" Hpsmer, apd Mrs, Robert Septt ami Mrs.I the offertory will be "Sunset Med- Bliss fc'iminciis, of Joncsb'orq. l itntion" Biggs. here rriday as the sucsls of Mrs. Mrs. Iv5arvin Graves will slug t ; i'ank'Simmons and family. 1 "In My Father's House Arc Many natc. We have heard of one first piny last night informal iiffair being planned tor | hoped that this . year's orjjnnlza- '"--••-' pay, vvhlch will be. dc-i'-°n "'III lust longer thnn the last tne. Remember how every one. donned their very best for the f\r,st performance? lialph Furrnr, ii; qn.c ol thp "papns" of this Sue, and Bill] Kopluson have not named Daughter Born. A daughter'was Ijorn to Mr. >ii«1 Mrs. EfTord Jarrcti yesterday "at the Blythevlllc hospital. Enlcrlahii; U'i(h U.-ingc. •''. Wss ..Winnlfreel Crawford, who was crowned football qucrai of 1337- tit the Hope gam?,' entertained with a (tame ;i| the Woman'- club last niglit following tne Red Pepper banquet, having those present at (he dinner and others ns her guests. She received with Alfred. Meredith and her parents. Mr. .ind Airs. Ivy \y. Crawford. Club Organised The Home Economics club or the city high schppl was ore.... ized and e!role;| prficcrs Thurs- at n luncheon- meeting in the lightful, but it is nil a secret which cnn't b.q disclosed for i\t least t\yo \veeks. More gossip: Many a Blytlievillc eirl is .nntiqipaling the visit of Brc : ok&:i ..Isaacs' brpllier, \V. P. Gooch. wf:o has been working In banks of China and India, for Iho past nine yea.rs, For the benefit of thpse. \vl\o dp not know, he is 31, unmarried, nice looking and a "wonderful fellow". HB is npw in Memphis and will be here soon. And inore Thq newest Mr. and Mrs. W: D. Chamblin Mansions", by McDermid. nn(l _Mr ; ^niid ^'Ir.s. W. U. Mii.iyjird) Sunday school will be at 0:4.5 service at 0:45 o'clock. The sermon ippic for the evening services is "Silent Night, Holy Night", based on Uie familiar Christmas carol. will attend the Tenness sippi football game. Mrs. D. Simmons went to Little Reek yesterday to visit friends. She will return tomorrow. Marvin Bailoy. of Littie, RocK, arrive tonight to be tho week of, Mr. and Njrs. O. \V. em| , . . . \lcCutc\ien antj Mrs, Bailey, who JflltST METHODIST CHUUCII H, Lynji Made, pastor , Ru* mn ' . -. worship services •• begins a i have not named their.--Butt and Setty Bla.ck motored, .to'. _ ..'. born Thursciny night (Ujcapc Glrardcan today to sec" Ill's!"' -•'' a Cape GlrarOeau hospital. This tsj new rtaujhlcr of Mr. and Mrs \v. t!0:S5 o'clock. The pastor's subject, the first glvl in Uie Robinson | 'i. Robinson. On (heir return wln be " Tllc Secrc ' of a Saintly "liomc (his aUcrnop.il, they will b'a""''"" bridee. club, which has Mrs. C. F. Tucker, Mrs. O. C. Lnrigston, Mrs. Joseph. W. Parker and Mrs. James B. Clark, ot the former "Town amt Country club" ami Mrs. G. G. Caudill. Mrs. C. Modinger and I Mrs. Hugh Harbort as members. I with Mnc McCulchcn to be.the' eighth if she can plan her business so as to belong, has decided not to tell where the weekly afternoon parties arc to be held and who wins. Di(l you know—thai. Iho James B. Clarks hnyc "set up" Housekeeping in a trailer at the site of llielv homa which burned and will move soon into a servant house they arc remodeling for tuiarlers until they rebuild 'their countrv in many, many years. Mis. Olnrk was showered with r.n, oltl fashioned pounding by members of the Woman's Auxiliary acccmpnlcd by Mrs. A. M. Unit, w)ip lias teen, thern a. \vcek. \fr. aii.sl Mrs. Karnsw'orfcl! Black Wednesday. cf the First Presbyterian church i \vn\\ to'Memptus today to attend /allmying the binning of her liomc j the o\ K Mjss-Tcnness'ec-' fpot'w'll "'"'' '"' li'am.e there this tyrtcrncQii. r A!!SEC^ Enn.ice Bvogden, Auillny i^nd Evelyn Blythe wont, to Memphis this, afternoon. They will re- cottage. Mis.? Jean Bourland ^-as clectccl president; Jliss AJarie Abraham, vies president: Miss Phs Marie Kqouce. secretai-j-; Miss Earlluc Graham, treasurer; and Miss Jo- tcphjne Shibley,. reporter. The buffet lunch was server! from a table with a centerpiece of •• Irail. Miss Grace Phelps is sponsor of the club. » » v llns TrcaMirc Hunt ami Surlier hcme? That the W. F. Brewers arc also "TrallerHes", parked at the scene of their iietv borne, which they arc biiikling after disinanlllnjt the old one? That Sadie Clark Bell, who once lived here, signs her name "Sarite Clark Council" again and is back home in Hule- Chick Gc Arc Bai By Reel turn tonight. Mrs. George M.. Hunt is sick j from'. inflnc.Wa. • JliiniU'-, sniall ((aughtcr of Mr. ; (and Mr?- Jess Horner, has been | tick, fov the past few rlivys froiu a I severe cold, T!)c annua.1 Red Pepper club I football banquet, was held las; i In tlic Blue Rootii of the j illn -Mir 1 T-l t Tl , . « ullc Miss.? Thai Betty Leo Me- of th Moon News '. Blue Rootii of the | Hotel Noble. -pile Woman's Missionary 3p- A four course dinner was served clcty met nt the nptiic of Mrs. B. r.t tables ilecovated with red amtiF. Gay Tuesday • nlglil. The evo.- white gln(llpli and tapers. Across \\ing was spent slud.ving ifc it[ C the speakers' table were vert letters cf B;ok.cr T. \Yasliiiiston. ipellins "Red Pepper Clnb". Hamlj Mrs. E. B. Walker spent Ihc painted place cards o[ Indian dc-j \\cck end in Mcinnhis with her i-ign indicated the Ecntiiij! arrange-1 sister. incnl of the 80 gwsli. Scvera! | The •!-!! Club had Us regular plrcards with football mottoes on ; n-f.cling a.t the sclicol Wednesday Ihcm were placed en the tables. | Miss Ahirjorlc Warren, president which her mcfhcr and aunt. Georgia Bailey of Littb Rock, look down to her at Rollins college. Winter Park, Fla.. Thanksgiving? That LiMiy Robinson Oglesby's baby was flower girl A treasure hunt where each one '" Phillips' wedding but th?y were present found .a Christmas girt! illril ' tl lo nnnomicc It beforehand nas the jnam feature -on (he pro- ' gram at tl)c covered .dish supper, held ni|ht at tlic First Meth- odist Churc^ by the members of the Ladies B|Wc Class. Af(c4- dinner n short busincij •iesslpn was held and later M. C Crlttcndcn the Rev. H. Lynn Wade Dr W F Brewer, superintcn- dent of the adult made brief talks. department. for fenr the little ia,1y chanec her mind? That Mrs." J. morning. Ah's. Tojii \Vidncr and ic Red Pepper club, acted ns i Icr. Miss Nadinc. spent ihc iveck cnti in Cornell. with a brief talk on "LookiiiB Before nnd After", which was (ho More llia.n 3500 theaters iu the W. Dadcr is much Improved utter Mitchell Best. Joe Dilrtv W D having been »t, Johns--Hopkins tuvs-' MeOlurklu, and John Harp ' ' pital in Baltimore nnrt (lint she Members of I In- n«l Pepper club theme of the banquet. Alfred ! \vorl;l ar: now fqu'PPFd ' for sound Mei-eillth. captain of this year's I pictures. football team, rcspominl with a !• :—talk. "Chicknsaws' Gratitude". [. Qtlicr speakers includi-d Misw.s Allyce Nelson. Rosa Hardy. -Bonny Jean nuclinunii and Mai-y Fvan- res. Guerin, Mre. Farmer England, Life." A duet Huffman. by Akin and Frank Anthem—"Peace On Eavth" rroin Th.c Christ Child). The work of pledging the budget steadily goes on. The stewards meet at o'clock Sunday afternoon. Sunday evening at 8:45 o 'clock the League wi)l inccl and at 1:30 c'clpck preach.cing will begin. The WOinan's Missionary Society v.-ill meet at 2:30 o'clock Monday T.nd Ili2 stewards at. 7:30 o'clock Monday night. ASSK.Mj)i,Y or r.oi> CIIURCH Seventh and Ash streets X. II. Rhodes, pastor 0:45 a.m. Sinidny school 1! a.m. Morning service 4:30 p.m. Jatl service 5:30 p.m. Junior Christ Ambas- racior service C:30 p.m. Senior Christ AiuDas- t^dpr service. 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service Tlie public is cordially iuvitei lo attend those sen-ice.-:. It has been requested by inanv that the Rev. Mr. Rhodes preach PU these twp important questions: "What Coc.-i is Derived from raying Tithes?" and "Where Do the Tillies Go?". At the II o'clock service the pastor will give Bible facts cou- these very important tiuestions. If you are interested j\l the church Saturday night and ibout this and would like to know, I Sunday. Christ Ambassador Cliv be certain to come. j will nicet Sunday, night at G:: o'clock. An eight-iwund dauglitcr was bcrn Thursday, Npv. 25 to Mr. ;ind FIRST BAPTIST Walnut and Eighth ; Alfred Carpenter, pastor 9:30 a.ni. Sunday school The Intel-mediate department ot lie Sunday School invites all ,'oung people of ages 13 to 16 years to Kttend a special program at this time. 10:40 a.ni. Morning worship. Music, "From Egypt's Bondage Come," choir. Duet, "Qne of God's Days" oy Nelson and Browning. Seniion. 'The other Side, of Giving", pastor. 6:3,0 p.m. Training Onions 7:30'p.m. Evening preaching service. xMusic .sponsored:, by the] nig..people. Sermon. "Romantic Youth," pastor. All-Chcircli Night Wednesday 7:00 p.m. pepartmcntal meetings' T:30 p.in. Mid-week service 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal FII.GKIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets H. ,1. Klcindiriut, Pastoj Sunday school. G a.ni, : Morning worship. 10 a.m. Ser- mqii there: "Behold Yor^r King!" The Lutheran Hour, :30 p.m. "over KLOiV nnrt •!(] other stations. Evening worship, 7:3o p.m. Sermon topic: "Jesus and the Angels." A hearty welcome awaits all. Mrs. Hi\l Skelton, She has not yc been named, The Rev- and Mrs. l-puie Sliult? attended church services in Bl>'- .theville Eunday night. M: fcC PATRIC KNOWLES BEVERLY ROBERTS Anyn losiyn Gordon Olnei Also Fcx Nc\ys & Comedy. Au a.vera»e of 14Q,000,000, per- F.CHS throughout the ^-orlct attend motion pic.tuie theaters in the course of a week. Driver Grove News Tl\o church was slightly damaged by (Ire Sunday inprning, earned hv sparks from a defective. Hue igniting the roof, 'ihcri- will be preaching services * PRESTONE * AWFREEZI: * HEATERS * DEFRQ&IERS * TIRE CHAINS Complete Slock Prompt Service, To All Makes of Cars TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 24 Hour Service ('all 63;i and Mrs. M. Fitzslmmous hav lost much weight from their prolonged illnesses? The coming of the Christmas season reminds us Hint there's many a shrub nccdc;! in and that the now-dead Garden . - -..-r-,-, - —™-.cIub voted to do something about boro, hpuseguests of Mrs. Frank] It nt a long time ago . . the belly is beautiful this .year with Mrs. J. n. Barksdalc's tree one of the prettiest we've seen . . . Alice Lent! has a gardenia in b(opm. which was presented her Thanks-, giving pay. by a guest from Mcm-.( Mrs. M. O. Hqggcn, of St. Louis, and Mrs. Eula RtiUedgc, of Jones- Webb, were included in ttie 30 present. At the Hospitals Mrs Angelo Child \yas dismisserl from the Biythiville hospital today. Miss Maggie Marshall is In the Memphis Baptist hospital. F-. J. Siglcr, of Hayti, Is in Hie Memphis Methodist hospital. MR. P. W. Williams is a patient In tlic Memphis Baptist hospital. Ann Quiiiii Wllsoiv of Osceola. is In the Memphis Baptist liospital Aimed. Around Corner lii .Same iiuiidinx Ne\l (o Ellts I m (i tent en t Co. MADDUX i Harntis Shop the football squad and the high r.cli.col faculty were guests at the banquet. FOR CHRISTMAS \vil| aiirifci^lt ^ n"«lity gi!t frimi our whi.skc.v shop Whiskeys, Wines, Gins and Cordials CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP 51;"!' an'd Division Eloiic-lipped weapons known to the Tasmanians, whose spears were shariKiiixi slicks, hardened by fire. phis and bloomed Thursday In ( time fpr the club We've heard mapy a tale ot how gcpd the ducks and birds are this year but yve wouldn't know from sampling them. Ernest Hajsell, 'who is a hunter of good reputation, wna almost outdnsfced by his sou, Mel-" vln, «rl:pm !ic look aluinting tin; other day. Margaret Keck and Lilluu QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry al all times. S 8AVK MONKY AT GAMES MKT. 118 W. Main I'liou The Q| *\ FOR CHRiSTMAS V«ur SOUTHWORTH Over Joe Isaacs' Store cut * GIRLS' EARN MORE! Incrctise vonr income by learniitK :t tt'i'H (mid profession . . . you can l)c a licensed Ik'atilict.Hii wilh six moiilhs, training . . . enroll now in the Modern Hcauty -School Eagle School of Beauty Culture Open ( Jan. M Cowper Hltls, & 2i,J| Uctiuirctncrits for Arkansas and Missouri. Slate Approved l.iOW Fee COWETEJNT1N8THUCTORS Special Course ftu-, /Young Slen and Write { O f fwll details to LISTER FISHER GIPSQN ill 5 Krewson Ave. jonesboro, Ark. BRING YOUR FRIENDS MERE ior a dcligJillul Stuulay Dinner SPECIAL DINNER 75c Choice: T-K(>w ,S(c;ik IV'tti Hair Vr.v Clikkrn l-'irj-h 1,'rappic Fish l 1'rj's * Sut. IliH Holls Coffee ov M MERCJIANTS LUiNCIL 50<; liakixl (ivtsi: & UrtsMiiif S|c;\cd Chicken * Duinplinss Fried Chicken ft Crnun Gravy Vcndali\cs: lUHe^l I'ot;ilqr.s <ir«:n Beans— (Jj!rn>.in StJ'lr. MacHrniil i Tomalots Lettuce Jt Tlicusiuul Island Dvcssiu? reaches with Whipped Cream Cluiin, New and iMoricrn— I.Di'iik'd just a few minifies drive from your home. SPECIAIL Half fry ICrt.sU Oysters Krniclt Ifrj'u ft Hot Itolls C«ffcc. «r 50c Simpson's State Line Tavern y 61— ii State t.inc Everything for your cnter- tainmcnt and comfort. Saturday Only WITHERS THOMAS BECK LOUISE HENRY TheHARTMANS Alsn Carlooii ,t Comedy Aihiiissinn til |5 ; oo p.m. I0c «• "Ic Admission aflrr S p.m. I6e & 31c Sunday - Monday *<tt£38$ sg^sss VlS5w«^': Abo r:ii,imtmit News A- "VOl'- '•:VK Tin; SAILOR MEETS ,\l.l bAHA'.S KOK'IV TH1KVBS. ,\ W imimtc fcaiurp ii» Tcchuifoloi-, .Vluii.vsion Su(i(lay JIa[iu cc ;11>I i iV 3Gr. ^inii. Mai. 10c ,v iiic Mou. .N'igl\l tiic (4

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