The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 17, 1937
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PAGE T\V<? BLVTHEV1LUC, (ARK.)' COU1UEK NEWS Caruthcrsville Society — Personal Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's club u> have Christinas ji.irty at club at- 2:30 o'clock. Young Mslon's Bible Class u lite First BaiitLst ciiiirch to hav Christijiii's parly i\i (lie home o. Mrs. Robert Grlmci. 7:30 o'clock 209 E.rDavis avenue. FLAPPER FANNY -SB* MA SEKVlcr. l*>v Thursday ConlrtMl i Club Is_' tnlertalnea Mrs.V/Edgar Boruin entertained (lie members ol the Thursday Contract club at her home yesterday afternoon. She Served luneh at small tables in rooms decorated for Christmas. Mrs. G. G. Caudill won (he prize, pillow cases. * * * Mrs. Morse Is Hostess To Thursday Luncheon Club The members of the Thursday Luncheon Club and one guest. Mrs. James H. Bell, were entertained { by Mrs. Byron Morse at her home ' yesterday. Lunch way served at a bee covered table which had a crystal j bowl filled with holly flanked with red tapers for a centerpiece. Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr received hi^h score and Mrs. Russell Phillip.-: second high. t • * Thursday Bridge Club Has Mrctin; Mrs. C. H. Willey and Mrs. l' I.. Engler were guests of the Thursday Bridge club when it met at the home of Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford yesterday. Mrs.. Rutherford's borne \vn? decorated in the Yuletlrte motif with a Christmas tree and other decorations. She IISK! 3anta Clans tallies. Mrs. N. B. Mcnard won the club prize, .hosiery, and Mrs. Engler won Ihe guest nrlzc. a handkerchief. The hostess served a salad plate. Jewish Ladies' Aid Meets The^ Jewish Ladies' Aid met last night. a( the home of Mrs. H. Hess with 'Mrs, Morris Zelincr as co- hostess. After a business session during which Ihe iiiembers made plans for January, the hostesses served re- Ireshments of fniit cocktail, cookies and coffee. There were 11 present. T. \V. Sf. S. Meets The Young Women's Missionary Society of the First church of the Nazarenc met at the home of Mrs. Noblp McCullar last night. Seven were present. The j meeting opened with a prayer by' -Mrs. McCullar after which Mrs. Harold Thompson read and discusi^d the 91st psalm. The third chapter of the mission slurty book. "The .Challenge of China.", was given by Mrs. Etcne Tyrone. The hostess served a salad plate and iced drink and the meeting Hits of News Mostly Personal Anini:; lho.-.o from Ihls city who MC in Memphis today are Misses Aliii'Kiii'ci Shaver ami Sarah Jo 1 iltle and Mrs. Ed Stanley. Mrs, Tom Little ami Mrs. Byron Morse. Miss Jane Cunningham. of Memphis, hns returned to her home after visiting her sister, Mrs. Hill Cmwforil, and tar a lew days. j Harris llraiighn. ot Sikcslon is | attending lo business here today, j Mr.s. K. J. liroivne and Mrs. J. j Meal Gesell iverc in Memphis yes| If rd ay. | Jim li.iit-, of Little I viMtinu here today. He | turn home lommrott. I Mr. nnrt 'Mrs. John jWcnt to Little Ilcck {where they will intend j nm for u few days. Dr. and Mrs. George Crawford fioek, ' is will re- P. Lent! yesterday to bnsi- <iiio Christmas I'arty Mrs. J. E. Drown was liostess to Ihe members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of ' Ihe Baptist Church al lior home Monday evening. Christmas decorations were used In the rooms 0]>ened to the Biiests. Mrs. Brown led (lie devotional and talks were given by the members. Christinas Tarty for Chili A delightful Christmas party was given Monday evening by Mrs. Ivcrcou Micliie for members of (he Monday night contract bVldqc oliib. GifLs were exchanged during tlir evening. Miss Grocilc Moore" held hi !f >i score ;iftcr the hridyo and received the club prize. ames was dismissed witli His Dprothy Rylee. a prayer by \V. F.-M. S. Has All Day Meeting The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the .First Church of the Nazarcne met tit the home of Mrs. Eddie MacGrcgor for an all day meeting yesterday. Kirs'. V J. L. Tyrone react the scripture and the Rev. Eupha Beaslcy.; offered prayer. The fol- lowine^tjook-s in the study course were read, and reviewed: "A History of-'Nazarene Missions," "Other Americas," "Mary Reed" and "Pull Salvation Oiirier the Soiithcm Cross. •' -., At »oon'a. covered dish luncheon iviis served to the 10 members present. The. women voted to postpone Ihe next meeting until aftei Chrislhias when they vrill ineel at the home of Mrs. Roy Gaincs. After group prayers Mrs. J. O. MulUns gave the benediction to close the meeting. IJcnionslralion Chib News Notes "What do vim can 1 il um'u- an u'.lmv "r MI in ITU ji»hlr" Osecola Society — Personal of Carlisle, Pa., will arrive loday j lo spend the holidays with Mrs. I Pou-oll's parents. Judge and Mrs I G. E. Keck. Willie her e they will I take part In the wedding ot Mrs. ! Powell's sister. Miss Margaret Keck and Don smith. Miss Martha Lee Hall arrived this afternoon from Uenlon, Mo., t where she is teaching school, to , visit lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hall, over the week end. Earl I). Sn.vder came home toilav : lo spend the Christmas holidays wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl 1'. T. A. Has Jcivicrvatifln I'rajjram Conservation of our forests was he stibjecl ct the meeting ol the '. T. A. yesterday afternoon at tlie ilgh school bulldliifr when Mrs. J 3. tiunu led Ihe program. A fea- urc of the program was the solo. •Trees", sung by E. W. P,i;kai:l ie also led llic group in singini! of Christmas enrols. The second r'ear Home Economics class gave i style showing of woolen dresses nadc. by them. Tlie first, fourth nntl sixth grades ..lied for the attendance award in the grades. The (velfth gnule.jfon the high scl'.oo! •ward, which 1st o he a trcphy thul will pass from one class lo the other as they win. Tlie second jratlc announced that they were :hc first to reach 100 percent membership of the mothers of the room, •niti as a reward will be taken to tlie Overtoil Park Zoo in the spring. Mrs. Charles l.oivraiicc "•••rmo maningi; to Don Smit! will take place on Ihe '21tli ol i ,., . .-, . ,, December. The Riiesl list will in-1 *| "*?"' " c ls at'a»<lin* Henderson dude only the bridal party ' St ' l , U ' Collese iU Arkadelphn. Ji:d«c and' Mrs. G. E. Keck par- , , Mlssca Milly Elizabeth Bornm. rnt.k of the bride: and Mr' Viul ; iose at:lcy antl Ellmlwth A »» W»Mrs. I,. W. wallers, jr. Fcltoii'ini'' ,„' ;'"' lvt;<1 thls morning from St. the dinner parly, the iirmm win 1 U™."™- Mo., where tlu-y are «t- go directly to the llnal rehearsal. uroup wil church for Ihe Charles. ! (endiiii! Mmlcmvoud College, to , i visit their parents during Die licl- Workers Council Meets j Id ays. W. f. On is critically, ill of bron- ,.„„..,„„ _. . . , , <.'l>ial pneumonia following a uaral- (Putting cnrlsl |.,i Chnslur.'V ytir. stroke ut his country home Ynrlr.o. His daughter, Mrs J Teachers a,K, Oflicers Co^Hl £ £""»„ SSMT'JTS Orr ol College Station, Tex., was the subject of the program led j i lc ' a ' r I)}' Cora Hogan at the Baptist Sunday School al the l ,\ v/l church Tuesday niahl. Those Imv- i will ar rive todav ing a part were Mrs. Ida Tucker.!. M , 5 . A . Mrs. fra Davenpnvt. Mrs. T. li. ; llvelyn. and Mrs. Hchooler, Mrs. Gilbert Mn:>lin. Mrs. McCahls and Mrs. y. were apuolntcd a committee on' r vom decoration of Die church for Christmas r , slliw , alu , , , t A. Saliba were in Memphis yesterday. , rompklns j Lcwls Lv , lch pneumo.nia for several days, Is program . on . tllc [ improved. .,,, . . , . Sunday. ; ^1,0 jjcv. Fnmk o. cmilh of 4 iriin'-V^ 1 ," n'f 1SCd b >'1 Oihalm. Nctf.. W WMlln, his J BII ,|° Mis. Mnslm and Mis. Cole. , ter , ;M , S . R . F . Kirsi-hner, and } family. He expects lo be licre about Iwo' weeks. Osceola attending Roscoc Harden in t Covers were laid for thirteen at Ihc last p. B. O. mcnlhly mcetin; of Ihc year in tile home of Mrs". Charles Lowrance al Driver yesterday when a three course turkey luncheon was served. Polled poinsettias formed the ccnlcrpiecc of the lace covered table, clnislmas gifts were exchanged from a Christmas tree. Sunbeam Parly The forty members of (lie Sun- team Band of lh c Uaplisl church were given a Christmas party ;\t llie church on Tuesday aflCTncon. T^ie annual Foreign .Mission nvo- gram on the life of Lottie Moon was taught by Mrs. George Deer, and an offering of four dollars received. Each girl received a dell mid each lioy a toy aulomoKle from the Christmas tree. Mrs. Deer was assisted by Mrs. Gllberl Maslin. Mr. Blake. Baker. ond Mrs. Aklen Attend Kimcral Those from the funeral of Carulhcvsville yeslcrrtav were Mrs. Uwlglit II. nlaekwooil.' Mrs. J. \y. Bartnii, Mrs. Sam Coble. Mrs. Prank Williams. Mr, and Mrs L W. Walters. * ri * Si cats-Timiin Wrclrlhis A wedding lliat came as a sur- to their friends was that of Mnmlr Viola Tlnniii. daURhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Timlin, to Smmi'.'l L. Sctjars. son :>f Mrs. \V. L. Hesars mid tllc late w. L. Sc- envs. The ceremony was performed by the Rrv. R. C. Morchcad, p.islor of llie Methodist church at the parsonage. The bri:le inov-1 «1 lierc with her parents from Wilson a year ago. Mr. Segal's at- "•'-'•'Icd Oocccia high school, and served, six years In LUC United builcs Army, part of Ihe time In Hawaii. He is now scivUiK on the night police force of the city. They are iif home al the residence of Mr.>. Tom Driver. Mrs. Clartisli Entertains •I'hree tables of the four-tab!.' bridge club were entertained al "The Gables." suburban home of Mrs. S. L Gladi.'h yesterday aft- •I'lon. Ucd berries and Krceniry used in riccorauon with the- Christmas tallies, save a holiday atmosphere lo the party, ri'e club prize. embroidered pillowcases, was won by Mrs J. 11 Lovcwrll. Mrs. K. t.. Talliafrrn was awarded the pri/e, also n pair of pillow cases, and the ..•»)iMJ!alion. Inliel water., vent la Si'li'JUl J.,OS.S<MI l^irth of Jesus Enid-fain IVIIh Dinner Dr. and Mrs. U. P. Parrnra entertained a number of their friends at dinner, last week, on the occasion of their wedding anniversary. 1 ivo course Italian spaghetti supper was served. Those present were: Lletil. ami Mrs. Reynolds of llayti. Mr. and Mrs. Ivcrson Micliie. Mr. and Mrs. Albert L'.uvson. Miss Graoile Moore and KUicrty Pinkley ot portagevillc. ; iVfiss .Vad'ims Homireil at 1'aii.v i Tbc members of Ihc cradr: .schofil! faculty an;] their yucsls. Supt. and Mrs. R. M. Pierce nml Priucip:i! and Mrs. J. E. Brown enjoyed a : three course turkey dinner al Ihe Palace C.ifo. Thursday evening. It is a custom r.f the group to ex- Thc story of tlie birth nt Jesus! Ls at least one story that never j grows old. Each succrerilnij «i>ncr- alion tells lo Us children she siorv of Hie shepherds in the field, and the glory that shone- around them as Ihc an»el came announcing the birth of the Balic of Bethlehem. It is a story for children, a stcry that lias above all others mipha- slsrocl to Ihe world Ihe value ;f ths cliilil and the romance of the newborn Dnbc 1 . Hut it is muili mui'c than n story to (ell and t-.) teach children. It is a story for a:inl(s, airj for tlioso of all :\;, ; es. It is the story of the birth of a .Savior, of t incoming into Ihe world of one who revealed divinity in human form and who brought into the realm of human words anil action all that is highest. It is In Jesus of Nazareth that Gcd and man meet. Human life has revealed nothing higher cv hotter than Ihr; ljf r that camp into the world with llic birili of (ho considerable coiiconun^ the men that this liabe, when lie had grown to manhood, made Mis companions and His friends, the apostles of His leachhi- lo Ihe world, and the founders of His church. »JUJ (lll'ir HOCKS. IltMl IVlK) much Ii in? to meditate upon the wonders of Ihe fields and of the slarrv heavens. Slcde-Coolcr Holland StK'ietv - - Porsonal change gifls Pierce acted at this season. Mr. Santa Glaus and Miss Lsraine Pnunds, of St. Louis, arrived yesterday lo spend her vacation iiiili her parents, Air. i and Mrs. Billic pounds, of nrar Cooler. i Mr. and today to speculation!! concealing Him as it once was. We do not know and we cannot understand our own souls: and much less can we understand the mysteries of this <iivim> being in human form. There is nothing in His »(•<• or envircjiDient lo account for Him He comes as tin- gift of Oo:i to man. lie came to tell men of another world of divine relationships of love and kindness; u world of different values where mon were nst seeking their own ends, but where they were living wilh n sense of the welfare of all. It was a world that could be realized only as mm learned lo love one another, and even their enemies. lint (his love, -so diffcmi Ihe world cf Immunity's Us ships with men. Ho lived tile lliings. <n, i>v s | nm | that Ho Uiiisht, and lie inspired liew y,. t ' h ' im , olhev men lo live in tlie same way.' jr we are We do not know much concern- | 1B11 | S \fa c " j We cannot journey to Bcthlelu-in vab;, so us lo make light t or see the Babe; but we mn know slindo.5. l tlie beauty of the Savior and we Mrs. O'Hanuon makes the ny^simay have Ihe mystic joy and coin- very carefully, joiiiinr th;- ends (')- ! Icnl 01 His presence, ijctlici- on the bias so thai, the ; work, when completed, looks per- j j icelly done. : Because of her skill in nr.'. niak- in-^. Mrs. O'13annr;i) has dnnon- stratMl the art at numerous nutt- ings of home demonstration clubs. At llie hospitals distributed the gifts. Miss Cliav- line Nations, member of the piadc Mrs. Anderson ami (laughter. Agnes. ar e inakin? final pres:arations lo move l;> Ponliat:. Midi., over tiie holidays where thcv will piaUo thrir honip. Thiv. have a son who is employee! there. Mrs. Bud Ennis had aK her gucs'.s Sunday her sister an3 two .'ions of Eioise. Tenn. Paul EiiRcnc Milbrcdi jr., «t Joiner, \viil arrive lirr? over the week end to spend (he holidays with his mother. Mrs. L. C. Spsn- Mr, Go«,on Wright. Mr. M.ri- ' ^« **£ *?%«™^ Weaver, of Iiolljoiirn. Suiul.iy. Mr. and Mrs. I,. A. Reid 'have moved to No. n where they have rented u 409 acre farm. Frank Norlhcut was visilin; his parents. Mr. anil Mrs. Tid Northcut, cf Gideon ever Ihe week esul. Mr., and Mrs. Homer Monnls and "Mrs. virge Badger spent Saturday in Memphis. school faonlty and a bride-elect. received a personal yift from llie Bioui). Miss Nnlions has resigned and will be married during the Christmas holidays. * i f > Paul Hill, who lives with Mr. an:l Mrs. Vernon Campion. sf>ent tlo week end in Parma as the xuest :'• his father, Joe Hill, and family. on Barrow and Mrs. S-Mwavd James spent Tuesday in Memphis. Charles Cone, who is in the U. S.' Air Corps and stationed al Barksdale Field, Shrcveoorl. La., arrived, Wednesday morning and will .spend ' llic Christinas holidays with his mother, Mrs. W. L. Cone. , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barnes. =f Krimctl. speiit Sunday in this city . Mrs \v. B. Gilbert and infant tlauRhfrr we're removed from tr.c } Hlyllicville hns|)ltal to their home ! yesterday in a Cobb ambulance. F. A. O.veu of Usil, • is in Ihe i M?mpbis jielhcclisl Hospital. j Mclvin Hall, of I,u:;ora. Is a iia: ti«it al llie Memphis St. Joseph's : hiwpiUU. 1 Mrs. E. S. Crihlirltl. of Osccrt'a. ] has been admitted to the Memphis hospital. veiling willi relatives. FflneraL' Rites Held i C<fvpif)p5: ; Un«sual Skill For George Adam Wallj 'M'' Making 'Scrap' Rugs jMcna To Install New Whitcway Lighcing System | MENA. Ark., llw. n. (UP»—The ; Iccal citv council and the Southwest Gas and Electric company this week agreed to install n more elaborate lighting system'in Mena's uptown streels. The agreement call;, for 211 new lights cf 250 candlepower for the npiowu district, an:t 130 lights of 60 cEindlepower for the residential section. Read Courier News Want Ads. ; v. Yarbro News The Yarbro Mls' ! .:mnry Society nun yesterday afternoon in the lunnc of Mrs. W. A. Hollingswortli f "i' n Christmas parly. Mrs. c. B. MchiEon and Mrs. Zoa TliL-.'iipscm were co-liostcsses. The last chapter of the mission .study book wns reviewed and a Christmas program v;ns ';ivc-n, Duriiv.; the social horn 1 gifls wer; exchanged and a salad course was served. W. A. Hollingswortli has r,:U!' tc Pine Valley. Miss., for his mother, who will spend llic holidavs with :ii>" airl Mrs. Itolliugsworlb. Mrs. U. H. Aiken is sick from inllupn/a. s at practically for George Adam Wall, cast is an achievement of Mrs. John O'Bannon. of Promised Land, who has made attractive rugs from the tcps of socks and clh,?r scrap.-:. Hie rugs, which create much at- lention especially because ol their color combinaiions. arc l;rai<!fd and .sewed. Slip prepares her w:i'aps and then dyes ihe malerial. If she wants three shades' of blue she lets a portion of the material slay in Ihe dye solulion at longer inter- The Number Nine Home Demonstration club met Wednesday- ii Ihc holhe'of Mrs. Von Mulliris for Ihc annual Christmas party. Tlicjchalrmen for 1938 were appointed.- during the business session They, are Mrs. J. w. Iloimes. potiltrf;; Mrs. Dewcy Fartcncerry. canniiig; Mrs. Lee "stives, foods: Mrs. Paul Byrum. yard improvc- menl;'';Mrs: w. D. Godwin, clotli- in?; Mrs. B. M. Turner, home- inakiiiR; Mrs. Fled Bean and Mrs. Aiylcnjon. recreation; Mrs. Cecil Ortmoiv and Mrs. J. T. Ashley, gardening; Mrs. J. D. Hemby and Mrs. T. P., Jackson, handicraft: and Mrs. Carl Bonn was elected vice president. Mrs. Bean tfOkcn on "Why We; Celebrate Christmas in the Ways We. Do." During tllc social hour gifts were exchanged. Mrs. MulUns served a salad plate. ^ The women planned a Christmas party to be given at llic Woman's club Sunday, Dec. 13, at G o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. !.. W. Wallers Hosts- Five tables of the Luxora-Osce- cla-I31ylhevlllo Brlclfic Club were Milorlninccl at the. ctumtrv home 'f Mr. and Ml-s. L. W. Walters on riiK-Jav night. Mrs. \v. C. Mason IBS «;in:irr of the liiKh scoiv orizc. a picture. A tic went to lessc Brown of Liisora lor hish j Mr.«. Joe Hire;, of Mixoia Mrs -rcre am:ng the mrn players, i J. D. Bsrum. a 8 was present- N.r. and Mrs. Walters will also' ort n gift. Mrf. I). S Lanrv fntertam with n diniirr party on ! the other guest December 2K. lioiiorin^ licr nlcrc. i — _. Miss Mal-gnret Kerk of Rlytliovltlti was Mrs, M. C. Flowers Is vkilinc; in Florence, Ala. Mrs. Ronnie Lambert is ili from influenza. Oniiic Webb of Arlington. Tenn.., will spend llic Christinas holidays I wilh William Holland. C. E. Parker. J. c. McRac and Funeral service:; were held this | Makin Afternoon •JO. who died yesterday after a long illness. Ti:e Rev. II. Lynn Wade, pnstoi 1 of Ihr First Mrth- cilist church, conducted the rites at Ihc Cobb Funeral Home and burial was mii;b ut Kimwood cemetery. Mr. Wall, who was hcru in Evnnsvillc, IIK!.. came here 25 years ago lo be connected wilh the RccMin farms, lie continued this; position until a few years a;;o. He is survived by three sons, i Elmer, with whom lie made his j home, Wilbur and Fred, all of Hits; city, nnrtu one sister. Mrs. Matilda StcfnmcU. of Evaiisville. son'arc iUtrmlin; lo mifino-. 1 - in I < Washinglon. n. c.. for a few days. | upper throat — helps Mrs. Will LaV'crney was in Mnn- I prcivn! many cc!'Jj. phis yesterday. : A A Clifford and Horsey Hemphill .if i F.upora. Miss., .spent several day:, I . here this week atteiKlitig to bust- 1 ness, his NKAV WATCH Ky GHUMiX Rtfad Courier News Want K. A. F. Pilots lo Air Lines LONDON (UP) —One hundred Royal Air; .Force pilots are to !>e attached.lo airliners' of Imperial ASrv,a\s dwing ire first stage of an important 6cl>2ine to piovlde fj;rvlce-'Vf!ots with experitncc lit long flights outside the British Isles. Increase your income by Iciirniiif; \\ >veil paid prnrt'ssiiMi . . . yim c;m ],? a licensed licituliciiiii with six months. 11 mv in U Srltool of Beauty Culture Open Jan. ,bl C'oopcr \\V\s.. Waliuil & 2m1i lilydtcvillc \ itl| Klalt- Kcquircmcnts fur Arknit.sits ntid ^lissottri. •Slitfc Appruvcd Low Enrollment Foe COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS Special Course for Young Men and Barbers Write for full details to LESTER FISHER GIPSON 51S Krcwson Ave. Joncshoro, Ark. C n rpT«n,<iic, ; ,-,i M LL I "> MK.'liAKL jf J I WlIAUiX . i! LU I ""Of,!,r.'n ; :, Proiiuclion. '"fine O-jt jf< r. .,. t-.unit", 'llic new Grurn CittlS i' is a WAtcll you'll 1)(- |vo:;J li> •v.\n. t:\ir\cd lt> fit (lie \vri^r, ihn nr'.v O'rurn cro^lion llrin^i \o.i l>rauly and f.iilriful limr-ltrpinjt for Mliirh CJnicu is i as Io\v 1 AM) OPTICAL STQHI:) they can take it! * iff 'Kav-'|'wis( j\lir-O- Klcev'' hose nrc ImiU octli Ic.r comfort ;IIH! speed ili the Ii fc of i innn: Moderns. Krom morn 'til nielli llicv'rc si an n cli tint) hhecr. Kiiv-Twisis are dull nml flnltcrinii, \vith llial l'anu,us nirjh twist known for long \vcar. Si Huso .'! I'r. $1.15 •'! Si.'t. 15 ^J&$^ t v *-»>VVv/\« kick Apnfobaum .!. 1 issiou Always IBc .t 2Gc every night. Maiiuei's I''ri day, Saturday ,{. Hi.'nd.iy .Only Friday .t Sunday Mnlinccs sliirl ^;l, r > p.m. Saturday CD millions slioiviriK from 1 to 1J:.(0 I'.m. Nishl shnws sliirl 8:-l5 p.m. Friday - Saturday Alsn caftonn t v serial, "Iladio i'i trcl." Conlinuous slioMin^ ^alur day. Sunday - Monday Tomorrov; This Girl Vanish Without A Trace! & %»**- \%« . m.^\**&$mmi •Sttieetenit with Domino purecane^leon-full weight' .Mso Fox News A t.'air.cdv • Bvcf.vthing; for ytuir liiinmcnl and t'wmforl. mi mm '. Adiills Admitted for Price, or I itg/:OV£ 8m After fiic csomfs-fsic Biosf -efGnst mm A tso P a r ^ ;n (milt Xe ws ti Sctectcd fc'hcrl A Comcily uis jiun Alatinpc U\- 215 c Saturday Only with Anita Mat- \Voni; ;| R(| Charles liickfdrd 'jlsr i-arlix-n ,v .serial "Myslcrifitis 1 I'ol." Coiilinuous lliowiii!;. Aiimi^iim mi :, ,:.,„. in,. , t ,, ; ,. Admissicn Aflcr r, p.m. Ifi,. A: '.n,. Sunday - Monday 1 PAT O'BRIEN.WAYNE MORRIS 1 « GEORGE BRENT i) 4 FniNKMcHUGH-CORISWESTON « K D... .. i k, LLOYD BACON -1,..,. >•„ a lso raramount \c\vs, "ilclln ru- v. aii" an,) Ouieily. Cnntinnotii &1u»ving Sunday. Adirusicii] >'ull:lay Malinrc ,l u 'I N'isbt l(ie and SGi- Moii Ainu. Matinee I0i) ,v Me. xieu .Men. .Vi^lil 10r ,v ;;iii; Soon: n-i I .VST IJAiNGSTIilt r-2M> STREET itos.MU; VCGtiES OF 153S >'OIHI\o SACHK1) l.<0\K AND HIRSCS

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