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PAGE 1LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Aifs. Dixie" 'Crawford enteftam- ing Tuesday club. Mrs. John C. McHaney entertaining Tuesday Contract, club. Bachelors' club having dance at city auditorium, 10:00 o'clock. , Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertaining Town and- Country club for lunch" at Hotel - Noble, one o*clo ck. ..WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Otto Scrape entertaining ADC "Bridge" club". Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs. W. D. McClurkin. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Elton Poster entertaining V. M B. clul). Cee-Que Bridge club meeting with Miss Prances HdllarTd. Mrs. J. J. Cookstou having Thursday Bridge club. Delta Delta Delta club having tea for Miss Sara Jo Little, 4:30 to 6:00 o'clock at the home of .Mrs. Herinon Carlton. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Bob Copeland entei taming C^B. C. Bridge club, Mrs. Cnarles G. Mofehead and, Miss Nancy Kirshner entertaining at Kirshrier home for Miss Sara Jo Little. New York's ''Miss Fashion Future'' Hefea tinkle* Marries THcreas Robert Smotherman. iMrs. Tera P. Turner announces the marriage of her daughter, Heten Louise FinlElea, to thomat Robert, Smotherman, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Simon Smotherman oi Dell. * _ 1 The ceremony was solemnizec Christmas day at four o'clock ir. the afternoon by the Rev. Floyc Brower, t pastor of the Carutlie'rs- y ttle.^ Ma, Methodist church, at his home. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. cboke were the couple's only atfefidants. Mrs. Smotherman was a junioi in the Armorel school. Mr. Smotherman. who received his education in ' the Dell school,- returned here a few months ago from Redding, Calif., where he 1 had been employed. Mr. and Mrs. Smotherman wil v go to CafcdnV Mo, shortly after' the firs^ of the year. Mr. .Smotherman will be connected with his father in farming. * . * C Cape Girardcaa Orchcstri Plays Walter Stroud and his Blue Rhythm orchestra "with Elsie. '" of Cape Gifafdeau, Mp, played for fhe dance of Club 28 Friday night at the Hotel Noble instead of Colie Stoltz as was announced. * * » Daughter, &drh . A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Malcblni Koonce at their home on? Highway 61 South Thurs- da'y. The ,baby. who weighed nine pounds, has been named Alma Dean. * * •* Luncheon Saturday Given' for Miss Little Mrs. A. G. Little entertained with a luncheon Saturday at her country home, Fair" Fields, in compliment _to Miss Sara Jo Little, bride-elect of KaVanaugh Francis. ; Twelve guests present included M3s5 Mary TJptori Ross, of .Ca- rulh'ersyille, Mo. Assisting Mrs. Little ,in receiving the guests was Mrs. Byron M. Morse. -i.Z e P 0< * T -w roses and narcissuses fpnried trie. center bouquet of the' dining ta"okf at which the three course luncheon was served. In the drawing room wliere' bridge was placed, Vases of gladioli ^werc arranged. Tames for the games were jai the bridal motif. Mrs. J. E". Beasley who had high score Jn_ the games and the guest oi honor" were both presented gifts 4 of ' lingerie". * * * Informal Party Whole flocks of New York's most beauteous models gave her strong competition, but comely Frances Fredden, above, won out—and is now line city's "Miss Fashion Future of 1941." In contest sponsored by the Fashion Group, she'll compete • witfi other Miss 'Fashion Futures for the national title. Mrs. Allan Walton entertained with^ an informal "open house" Saturday n;ght for their daughter. Mrs. Berry Brooks. Mr. Brook's and _their daughter. Virginia, ' of Memphis, who were her house- gues'ts. _ Roses carnations and other cut flowers with holiday decoiatioris were arranged about the house. *' * - ' •* Miss Slia£?e and Fianrr Complimented at Dinmr Miss Patty Sh'ane and her fiance. Lt^T/lden P. Wright of Muskogee.^ Okla- wKo.has been visiting here. were complimented with a dinner patty given ^ Saturday night by Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch at 'their home. A three course dinnei was served at the large table which had a % centerpiece of re~d roses snd white carnatfons. Red tapers lighted the scene. ' _ Placecards were photographs made of ^ Miss Sfiaiie at an" early age. Following dinner, the pictures were presented to ills? Srhne's fiance by the 12 guests. *~ * • Cotfllfon Club Has Holiday Darice t Eighty people^attend the Christmas dance_ given by the Cotillion club at the American - Legion Hut Satin-daylight. 1 Richard Leon and his orchestra out" of Memphis'" played for- the dance which^was arranged by the" following" comrnilEeer Mr: and Mrs. Hennon. Carltpn.,. Mr. and Mrs; Thad. -Nicol 7ahd Mt.V and 'Mrs! Hannan Taylor.;'Mr.- arid 1 Mrs. Ja>fc Brooks, -Mr.' and^ Mrs^. .John-'^ooke Robertson and Dr. and te.' F, sLuttey "were announced a$ joew members of the • J , 'The guest, list , included: Miss Ruth Butt.-Roy Harper of Caruth-' ersville,- :i MiSs Frances GiUam- of Steele. B^B..Goddman, -- Miss Mar- thn Ann-.;; Lynch .A Bob Porter;'Miss Mar^Spam UsVey;-James Edwards, Miss Sara Jo Little, kavanaugh' Francis.^ Mr. and, Mi's. George Peyleiv. Mr; and Mrs. M. M. Hofcch- kiss.. .BUI Dolan of Memphis. Mws Robinson of Crawfordsyllie, Mr. and Mrs. Dhonons of Little Rock, Joe ^Haggn. Hubert Hapga and C. W. Be'flle Jr.. all. of Memhpis. Oclell Sanders o.f Ma con. Miss., Miss France's Litfie, Richard Becker, _ Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum. Spencer Alexander. Miss Mary 'Eunice Layso'n. Bill Pease. Waiter ;Day. James Gunrd, Jack Curry, James Roy. O + i> Has CKrisl'rn'as Reu.'iroji ^Five generations were repvesent- eci at the family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marcuni •Christmas Day. They ive're" George Kennedy and Mrs. Marcum of here. Mrs'. Vc'rl You'ng. Raymond Young' and Danny Young all of Tj'r'onza. Cut. of towir guests present were; Mrs. W. R. Robbins of Mount Vcr- non. Wash.: Mr. and Mrs. Chnrle.s Byre: and son of Detroit. Mich.. Mr and Mrs. L-. H. Byre! of Chicago. HI.. Mrs. Robert- Walton of New York City. Mrs. Ben Pedro of Kansas City, Mo:; Mr. and Mrs. V. T Young and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond' Young and Danny Youna. all or 1 Tyronza. * * :'f Son Born A .son was born to Mr. mid Mrs. James Barksrialp Sunday afternoon' at Walls Hospital. Thr baby who weighed six pounds and four ounces has been named .James Bryan. Tdwassrid Club One Meets Tuesday Night Member* of Towjwcnd club No One have br*n tnvilc'd to meet with Mr. and Mrs. O C Dallas Tuesday night: at their hohin on South rranklin street, officeri?- stated today. f • " '•' • ; Bingo will be plavort as the members will watch th> old v?ar oin. and the N>\v Year-'in Bit* of Mostly Per&onals . Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes Have sorie fo New Orleans to- attend the Tennessee-Boston College game to be played in the Sugar Bowl, Jan. 1. They left Saturday. Lt". T. p. Wright of Muskogec, kla. t returned Sunday after having spent Christmas here with his fiance. Miss Patty Shane, and Mr: and Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mrs. L/ D'. Cham Win is able fo be out after having b'een quite ill of influenza for a week. Mr. arid Mrs. J. L. Guard arid their daughter. Molly, a student afc the"' University of Tennessee who is spending the holidays here with" therrr. and Mr. and Mrs". Gebri'e Hale and daughter, Margaret, of Eikeston. left Sunday for New Orleans where they will attend the Sugar Bowl game. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandwier of Washington. D. C.. left Saturday morning after having been the overnight guests of Airs'. Sarid- Pier's .aunt. Mrs. W. d Gate's, and Mr. Gates. Mrs. C. V. pfeifer. of Brinkley, and her daughter, Miss Gefievlev'e PHefer, of Memphis, nre guests of Mrs. Frank Wagner, and family. They plan to be here until the first. Mr. and JVIrs. Harry W. Haines and son, Harry. Byron M. Morse and u. ' S. Branson will leave- Tuesday morning for New Orleans to see the Sugar Bowl game between' Tennessee and Boston College. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blevihs have 1 returned from Tulsa. Okla.. where they , spent a week with relatives of Mr. Bleviiis. of Wayne. 6., came will take a special course in heavy weapons for three months. After that time, he will receive a transfer to another post. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Beasley have gone to New Orleans to attend the Tennessee'-Boston college game to be.played in the Sugar Bowl. Mi.ss Frances Holland is ill of frifluenwi at her home, 500 North Thurman. . Mr. and Mrs. John LaCompte and two daughters, Johnny Ann and Alma Jane, of Washington. D Mr. arid Mrs. C. L. Smith. Mrs] Minnie LaCompte and Bert Browfi, of Memphis and Mrs". Allen Br6wh[ of Little Rock-, were guests of Mr' and Mrs. W. S. Langdon over the week end. Mr. arid Mrs. H. S. Caldwell arid daughter, Cynthia, and son, Michael, of Hot Springs, have returned fiome after spending Christmas here with Mr ".and Mrs. V. G. Holland arid family. Miss Lucille Gestring Weds JVlr. James White COOTER. Mo., Dec. 30.—Of .interest is the wedding of Miss Lucille Gestring and James White both of the. .Tyler community, near here, which 'occurred in the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. Power, pastor of the First Methodist Church in Car'uthersville Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock with the only attendants being the bride's brother. Turiey Gestring of Tyler, and Mrs. Abner Ashcrnft, and .Miss Margaret McClure of Cooter. The bride wore a blue crepe sport dress with black accessories. Mrs. Wliitfe is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gestring of rrv - 1 ~' and Mr. White W the' son of fftid Mrs. M. A. White also of community. Both" attended the Cooter High school. They will make their home at where the bridegroom J — - •** * • * I*J * IW, **-'»» WMII C I * ' ' " — "^ •' Sunday morning for a visit with! \\vil- n TT rI Willis B. Hunt • t Ertcls Initial Flight Training o ^ ^ o A BlytiYevule' youth. Willis B Huntl is ° ne of eight Arkansas boys Miss Wynette Shepherd and her parents, % Mr. anci Mrs. Otis Shepherd^ Miss shepherd will leave Saturday for Baton Rouge where She is' a student at Louisiana Statn University. _Miss Allyce Nelson left this morning for Tuschloosa.- Ala.: where she will study for .ten days at the nn University of Alabama before> re- g" np - iei . n ?S mi ^l. mght training at turning to Little Rock', She Has' ?* ndf ° lpl .L Ficlri - - T( *- * lici bein & spent the holidays here with her! 1 ™' 1sferred to Kelly Field - Tei /brothers. Roy arid R. A., arid their ^ a al 10 - week * instruction families. period before gaining a second- Mrs. L. A. Moore, who has been spending'.^ the Christmas holidays with"..her parents. M>,, .and' Mrs. J.ir E- .;Green, returned / to liff ' liomd $' kcmisvilld, Ky.. today> Mr. TVToore motore'd down" for her and spent: the .week.end. ..Mr. and Mrs. J, p. Friend' and ter. ^- -... v . v, t. . i-llcIIV.1 CHILI ^ ,A. Friend, have gone" t'6 New Orleans for the Tennessee- Boston Coll e^e .Sugar Bowl game. Carl Davis Jr... whose eye was mjureci ifi n'n' accident Christmas; is jmproviug after having also become ill of influenza. —. HoXvarcl' Mobfc reUirnec> Siinday! university. He returned homn mohimg to University of Ai^ari-l 0 . 1 } 1 '' 5 .^^ day by plane fora onc- ans. FayettevllVe. where he 15- a «^ay visit, with hisr parents, his first- 5tu . c . lent> . ^ e }iafl spent tire holi- ffJp hoifi'e since enrolling in the QnVS With Ills nnrnnle n«. tncl '^ s * y ''* oil-" »•»•«(«;,,«, ^i -L ^i r-,~ S. Army air corps. Arkaiisa's' youth's hicl'u'de Garth E *iB9&%-:Brihkle'y;' James E. Grant •RusselWilleV Jack : s- Sla'de. EJ X Dorado; ; K Ira ' M, Sussky, Little Rock;- Charles W. Reese. Monticello, and Hubert J. Roubzong. cot- Jig Favorite At Dixie Resorts : MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1940 HARRISON IN HOLLYWOOD CM ART, for a southern resort, ^ useful anywhere next spring and summer, is this good-looking outfit; which includes a black and white silk print dress and a pale yellow polo coat. The silk Ha- waiiari headdress, which has earpieces of flowers, is .typical of daytime headdresses tnaf are ifnpor- tarit in the rtsorf fashion picture. Hunt is the son of. Mr. and Mrs Ney Hunt,' 1130 W. Ash st., and is 22 years old. He .attended high school at Lubbock. Tex.-, and -was a student o'ne.yenr' each at Arkansas State college, and Georgia'Tech with his parents. Mrs. L. H. Moore. Bert Ross Jr., of Scott Field. Til;. is visiting his- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ross Sr.. and other friends and relatives for ten day:/. Mrs.- Mary PhiHbcr of Shelby- villc. Mo..... who is . visiting her nLsic air training cdiirsb at San Antonio iri 1.939'. Mr. And Mrs. Hunt said today r ! t . wniis i: ^ well'-pleas-ed with the army air training and o'f his achievement in being sent to Kelly £? Id ,. for final training. Ho docs riot know where' lie will tie stationed following completion of the final 10-we_eks course. Hunt arid the other Arkansas youth's arc among 280 pilot trainees who will tfftiri further n't Kelly field after leaving the' Randolph field post. daughter. Dr. Edna Nies. and Dr. Carl Nies. is recovering from a serious illness of influenza. Mrs. W. C." Cafes and" Mrs. Carl Bloker of CarutlicrsvU'lc. have gone to Cleanvater. Fla.. to spepd the" winter. Mi'is Marguerit'c McDonald; also of Caruthersville. motored them there. They left Salurfla'y morning. Mr. Bldker and Mr. Ca'te.^ will join' them there next month. Mrs. James.Terry and son. Mike., are Ul of influenza at their home'! on Main street. Odell Sanders of Macon. Miss., was the guest of Miss Mary Spain' Usrey and her mother. Mrs". M. O. U.srey. over the week end. Norman Mefriu" of H'illsboro TH • m ?"", rf , . came Sunday to spend several daW I In !l Ulcfed m lhc Marine Corps here a.s the guest, of Miss Jeanetk ^. rollepR n ' a - s Eugene Franklin Jean Sebaugh and hev parents Mr 1 1 " g " - I9t Kcif;er machmi -^. Tho and to. C. V. Sebaugh. Miss Sc;'!£ m ^. att r ftctcd Saugli. n student at. William woods Joiner - Youths Join U. S. Forces MEMPHIS. Dec. 30.—Two northeast Arkansas youths have enlisted /or army duty here as posl- Ch'ristmnss enlistments included 16 Osceola Seniors Win One-Act Play Contest ; OSCEOLA. Ark., Dec. 30.—"Cousin Ann" was-the vehicle employed by the senior class of the Osceola High School to win the anmial one-act play contest for the fourth consecutive yeiftr since • the policy of intra-mural literary and dramatic events was instituted in the city .schools. ^Jacqueline Holifisld^of the senior class and Austin Moore of the .freshman class were declared the •outstanding boy and girl actors •a,mong the 34 participants. ..Mrs. Marie Moore. - high school principal and English instructor, greeted the' seniors in dp dm g'.Mar L v .jgrlfc Edrington. Jacqueline Holi- .field; _. Billy Driver, Betty Butler, •Jean ^.Chiles. Ruth Fairley. Terry Mitchell and J. B. Howerton. Nine juniors presented "The Patched Coat" under the leadership {of Miss Christine Poindexter with . Flavin; Driver, a charming old lady, supported by Dorcas Jones. Elsie Perkins, Dolores Shoemaker. Bernard Bujarski. Fern Parker. Julian Osbcrrie; Junior Anderson and Bruce Ivy Jr. John p. Reiser, science instructor, directed "Pink for Proposals" with seven sophombres. Doris Holt, Emily Sue Silverblatt. Ben Butler Jr.. Betty Ann Edrington. Billy Beaton. Jo Ann Watson and Billy .Sanders. "• Ten members of the freshman j class were coached by Miss Dorothy Starr in "Junior Buys a Car" when Austin Moore Jr. carried off honors as Junior in the typical American family, others in the cast- were Paul Lawrence. Edna Gore. Marjo'rio Mayo. Elizabeth Thornc. W. B. Stewart, Bchby Watson, Bettyc Gwattncy. LoLs ; Holt and Eugene Thorne. Judges were Mrs. D. R. Wert.z, Mrs. D. S. Lancy ;md W. H. Gardner. By PAUL HARRISON NBA Service Staff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 3(h-Movie- town is so full of fantastic yarns about important writers who seldom write anything except -eh- dorsemcnts of their, fat pay checks that I thought you might like to hear about a guy who really turns out stories which actually are made into pictures. Consider, then, the record of Dal ton Trumbo: January, the screen play of "Curtain Call"; February, the screen play of "Bill of Divorcement"; March, an original. "The Man With a Shovel" written and sold to 'JOth-Foi- April and May, the screen play of "Kitty Poylc"; June, sale of the •original screen play, "We Who Are Young," to Metro; July, wrote and sold an original. "The Doctor 1 ? Husband,", to Wesley Ruggles- August, sold his then unfinished novel, t-The Remarkable Andrew," to Paramount; October and November,- wrote "Somewhere m Find You" and sold it to Met'V December,, sold an original comedy 'The Widow Wouldn't Weep," to Warner's. Any two of those jobs would have represented a prodigious year's work for the average author. Trumbo admits that with all of them he toiled only about 40 per cent of the Eime. He found opportunity to visit the ranch house that's being built 80' miles up-country; he arid his wife did a little traveling; , and he also worked on another novel— a serious task which he figures may take five years. LOAFED MKJS'T OF THE TIME Most of the Lime, though, he just loafed. He creates by instinct and perhaps for two days and nights will beat a. typewriter until it gets a hotbo'x. Then he'll relax utterly for three days— and not by making the Hollywood rounds, either. Trumbo has a notion he will get along pleasantly with" Hollywood only so long as he remains apart from the movie crowd. With liis beautiful wife (no actress) and a couple of kids. Daltori Trumbo lives in an imposing- Beverly Hills house owned by Loretta Young arid recently occupied by Vivien Leigh. The gloomy, baronial aspect of the place might have pleased the English actress, but I should think it would give' this Colorado fellow the jitters—the "spaces , being wide, but not open. He never lias been accustomed to having anything made easy for him. When Trumbo first came here he attended college, worked in a bakery and tried to write, all at the same time. The bakery be- quite a career in the course . - ., . a 'bread-wrapping machine and ending with the. : . position of "estima- tor''— calculating just how niariy pies, rolls and such should be made each day A STORY FN H HOURS While estimating. Trumbo wrote six novels and 90 short stories before he sold anything. Then he peddled a few articles, began reviewing movies (which he hated) for a local magazine, ghosted a 650-page biography for $100. and became a reader in the story department at Warner Brothers. One day Trumbo was called in, raised from $27.50 to $35 a week, and made a screen writer. His first assignment, "Road Gane. 1 ' was one of those typical Warner-B carnivals of mayhem which attracted a lot of customers out of sheer, appalling brutality. After that. Trumbo began to go places. ,His first big novel. "Johnny Got His Gun." is in its 10th edition now. and Paramount plans a bV production of ihp soon- to-be-pub-' lishcd "Remarkable Andrew" a' tome of lighter tone. The author college in Pulton, is home for the Christmas holidays. Lt. Arden Crowder left Sunday forFort Benntng. Ga.. where he Loads of British postmen now arc limited to 35 pounds, including their waterproof capes. CAKI) OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for (heir sympathy and kindness shown us during cur rc- crrit sorrow and rspocinllv thank the German Undertaking Company. Thr Strode Fnmilv. Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Orer Joe Is«c*' Phone 540 Look in the Classified (if This Paper for the Beware Coughs from common coUs That Hang On Crcomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw. tender, inflamed bronchial mucous mem- br u °5f- Tell-your druggist to sell you a pottle of Creomulsion wifch the understanding you must like the way It Quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis is proudest, thougn, of his script of "A Man to Remember"—that, and maybe "Kitty Poyle," on which he spent an unusually long time. Quickest story he ever did was the' recently-sold "Doctor's Husband"—14 hours flat. At The Hospitals Blyihcvillc Hospital Mrs. J. A. Ta'scnrier, city, admitted. Mrs. Owen Best, Kennett. admitted. Miss Kathryn Thompson, city. admitted. Alvin Hayes. Playti. dismissed. Charles Wells, city, dismissed. Anita Kay Laferney. city, dismissed. James Sfe'ad, Hayti, dismissed. C. L. Lintzenich, city, dismissed. Roma Pay Meadows, city, dismissed. Alvin Lacy. Hayti. dismissed. Mrs. Augusta Strickland and baby, city, dismissed. Warren Blanton, Hayti, dismissed. U'ails Hospital Russell Snyder. city, admitted. Mrs. U. W. Mcore. city, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Barksdale, city, a son, Sunday morning. Roy Frank Palmer, Holland, admitted. Mrs. J. C. Garrctt, city, admitted. A. H. Rice. Steele, admitted. James- Harrison, city, dismissed. Mrs. J. D. Smith, city, dismissed. Harold Pierce. Steele, dismissed. Mrs. Raymond Dudley and baby. Manila, dismissed. Noma Jewell Houchiri, £ity. dismissed. Slug "Rejectors" Watch Vending Machine Gtfins HICAGO (UP) — Mechanical "defectives" Have been developed as "the watch-dog" 'of the coin machine industry. Floods of slug's and counterfeit coins inserted into vending machines necessitated the development of slug rejectors • that subject coins to thickness, diameter, weight, and metallic content tests. Trie rejectors "feel" the coin to judge its thickness and width, then pass it to magnets which test its metal content, finally the coin is .subjected to a weight test. If the coin proves phony, back to the owner it roils: if boria fide, it bounces into a receptacle setting the machine in operation. There are 275 different languages spoken '-oh the African continent.- Try Our Barbecue RIBS They're' DeiicFdiis Ole Hickory Inn BUT NOW! PAT IATERI BUDGET PLAN Baptists Will Hold Watch Night Service A special Watch Night service is being planned for" Tuesday night at First Baptist church, the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor, announced today. The service will be divided into four periods. The Sunday School Workers' program which will begin at 8:30 o'clock, will be under the direction of Miss Luna B. Wilhelm and Russell Baugh. Mrs. Nat Brittam and Miss Minnie Foster will direct the social h'our from 9:30 o'clock to 10:45 o'clock. Refreshments in the form of. a plate lunch will be served at 10:45 o'clock by Mrs. Marion Williams arid members of the Young People's department. At .11:30 o'clock, the devotional period will be conducted by the Rev. Mr. Carpenter, it is planned to conclude the service at- 12:15 o'clock. J To relieve distress easily, quickly. rub throat, chest, b acl: with—^ VAPORUB USCD BY 9 OUT OF 5 MOTHERS o PRESCRIPTIONS*Safe - - Accurate Tour Prescription Druggfe* Fowler Drug Co M»ln t ttitl 141 REDUCE AT SPECIAL HOLIDAY SAVINGS NOW Visits for 00 Call 106 For Appointment RUTH LAWHON Margaret's Beauty Shop Ingram Bldg OPEN EVENINGS LAST TIMES TODAY •»""iir^' WARREN WILLIAM L BROD GRAWFOle ranrmount rv ews & Comedy. ^ . Continuous .show Sunday TUESDAY BARGAIN P.1Y Matinee lOc & 15c 10c & 20c MOST THRILLING CASES! 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