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PAGE rwo SATURDAY, DKCEJIHKR 16, 1933 Experience^ .Social Calendar MONDAVS EVENTS Circle 1, Wrmnn's Missionary a-dcly, First Mithodlsl church, meeting wilh Mis. W. A. Slickinon. TUESDAY'S EVENT'S Mrs, Doyle Henderson entertaining Young Matrons Bridge club. Tuesday Contract club, Mrs. W. D. Chaniblln. .'r., hostess. PlillatlK'B Sunday school class, First nnplisl tliurch. Miss Rebecca Gillesple hr-Mcss, 7:30 I'. M. Masons, Eastern Star Members Have Uaniiurt Ninety-five members o[ the local Masonic and Eastern St:ir chapters and guests ale duck .supper last evening nt the annual Christmas parly which wns concluded with tlie v packins ot a Christmas box for the Masonic orphanage at Batcsylllt 1 . Ark. The affair was nl llic hall, - t Included. In Ibe guests were these ^fro'm'oiit/gf .the city: Mr. •and Mrs. Fred'Sluckey and Mr. and Mrs. J. HrMlllUVof Lcpanlo. Mr. n'ra Mrs.'-'-E.; $.. Roeim. of Luxora,- :J. B. Uiinh hmt Adolpli Wcinbcrg, • o! Osccola, .Mr. mid Mrs. Nccl and Mrs. Patterson, of the Hnflman chapter. R. N. Hill. jr.. enicrtnlned tlie party ivith piano numbers before the arrival of Santa Clans who distributed gifts from a Inree trci which.'were Inter sent to tlio orphanage. • » • U. n. C. Meets An Interest ing business sosslor featured the meclltiB of the Elliott- Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy Thursday nflcrnoon at llu. lioine of Mrs. W. 1. Dcnton whci Mines. Dcnlon, Itcnnnn Cross am Mary Phillips nolilnson were host esses. Mrs. James B. Clark, president conducted (he business sessions nd Miss Marthn Lee linll were' tlicr members of the parly. • + • ion Horn. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cobb an- :outice the lilrlh of a son last light. The !.'iiliy, who welglis en and n hulf pounds, hns not x;en named. • * • Class To >!«(. The 1!1 nicmb"i-s of the Dorcas c umlB.v school class ol.lhe First Baptist church present '•' at last I This group acceplecl tlie Invllatlm ot the Wilson Cooperative club I be guests at u inccllng In tha city on January •! when the VJ. D C. members will present a south ern historical program. It. was announced that Mollic C. CnvtumtiRh ol Cliatta nooga, Tenn., Chairman General o the home ami foreign library o the .-.U. ib'. K.,; hud presented th chapter h set nl 'books ''The Ol Free BliiWs," 'ot''"the v Wstory Luncnbiiri; county, 'West Virghiir V)- Lancion Hell. In ap[ireriatln ;or Ihc recent book drive. The!looks will be placed on tlie eha ter's slielf of southern history' i the Blylhcvlllc library. Anothe book "Prominent, Tcnticsscc;ini> will also be a gill lo tiie librii'ry Plans lor remembering tlie vel erans in Mississippi county i Christmas were made. Members < ilic James F. Rutldlc chapter i Uic Children of Hie Confcderac will assist. Further plans (or erecting tl two boulders at. Osceola and HI; thcvillc In memory ol those In ill county who fought hi the war hi Uvcen the slates were cliscusscc H was voted to contribute S10 Ihe Woman's club in the drive I funds lo clear the indebtedness. Reporls were marie of coojierat- ing In the junior high P. T. A. "stunt. Night party" and In the Armistice Day parade when Ihe chaplcr had a noat. Plans were announced lor a puppet show to be presented In January, muter Hie direction ot a Memphian. Mrs. J. D. Barksrlale, leader, prc- ' Eculert a program which Included n report ol the-' geiicral convention in Baltimore by Mrs. II. H. Allen, the reading of a letter from the president general, the of the Christmas hymns "Joy to Ihc World." "Silent Night."' "it Came Upon a Midnight Ciear," "Hark Ihe Angels Sing" and "Oh Come AH Ye Faithful." led bj Mrs. A. B. Fnlrfield. and Mrs. C. E Criggcr, chaplain, ottered .prayer. * • • C1.1S5 Has Parly. Thirty members of Ihe Hy-Shy- Jiy Sunday jrrool class of tin First Baptist church were enter- tallied by Mmcc Chester Nsbor? Joe McFnll, G. E Workman, Lil Jian alsk and Elvn l'o: at tlv Ionic of the te.icher, Mrs. W. M V/illiams, last evening. Gilts were r&lribuled !>y Sanl Claus from a pretty Christina tree and at this time Identity o the "pals", who have been play iumlay's class meeting nfu at empling to hnvc it larger at- endnnce lonmrow. Visitors nre nvltert. Don't Be Too Easily Satisfied With No iiump Game Contrac| H.-is Chrkimas I'nrly. Olliccrs ol ['if Uctii Chi Sun. :lay school'. class ot Ihc First Presbylerian cl.urch hud other members ol -(lie class as their fiuesls'-last i'venlng for n Chrlst- ^irly 'at 1 the home of' Mrs. Fred Sanclefu'-, president. Six- leeti attended. The porch iviis clccariileil with t«o mmll tu"?s nl llu- entiiuici: i'.u<l there uas a larger tree In Itie dining room. A window ndorn- i.ienl o! tjrccn and sliver, with rclnscUias as the centerpiece, red green giivlands and Chrisl- nius bells wcie also used. Miss Leone Ciilltcotl read a Yi.lethlc story before the tills vi-rc distributed, each member haling drawn n name. Plans were made lor Ihc family which this class will adopt lor ChrlMniiis. Sandwiches, home made candies fiul ccco colaj were served. Knlrrlalns Cl.iv-;. Mrs. T. E. Tale entertained her Sunday sclioo! class of Armorel •illi n Christum party Thursday illcruoon ul Ihe home of Mrs. iftse Manes. The 24 prr.-ient played jjamcs ind were served n ChrLsliniis fruit •nke, made with candles, and hoi Totliiy's ('oniract I'rrflilem l-^st plnyri ili(! Lanil at three no lrnni[i. I'nti you figure nut nn oiieiilnn lead by Soulli, aittt a K<>i"l play, lhal will ilc- Ii'al lliu luiilracl.? AJ E V 10 !> I 2 » !i 5 -1 ^ J 8 G 5 • A Q J '1 8 3 * 10 *K 7 uii lu ne.xt Jsnue. with tile nee and now must l(S away from his king and JacK p{ spades Into declarer's tenace—the queen mid seven being on the board and the ace and nine lii the declarer's hand. Wilson Society — Personal Solution to Previous Contract Problem B/fo O/ Ne Mostly Personal Ihc llev. and Mrs. Hilly Coolri -.f n-irhtun, N U.. iirul Miss Mm ian Cooley. wl;n attends the Unl virsily ot T.'nm\swe ut Knox i?. will avrhe Tuesday for Hi !*olidays. Mr. and Mrs. Coolc riil visit bot.V Mr. and Mrs. 1 ?.. Cooley Hiid Mr. and Mrs. M. 'I Moon. Mrs. Eupha D. Ileaslny rel-.irne Fiuiay froai !l-igo. Oktu, wher :'.he atlendrd ;o business. Brastey will Join her alter iioiiriays. Mrs. Auclley Chiaholm has rr- U!it:«l from :i t-iu weeks Muy i:i LHlJc Kock where she visited her Mslor, M;.s L. I). Wi!km.\ The Wilson Eastern Star chap' ler has elected the following officers ;..worthy matron, Mrs. Mafy Louise 'Miller; worthy palro? Michael Owen; associate matrbr Miss Horton Goodloe; ''associai patron, K. P. Ciillum; conductress Mrs. c'ornelln 'Dionipson; assocl ate conductress, -Mrs. Bernlce Wa tcrs; secrclarj'. Mrs. Ethel Hill treasurer, Mrs. Prances Hudson BV WAI. K. McKKNNKV fiTi-lary, American Ilridje IxMgtie Two of the most valuable bids i Ihe constniullve one-ovcr-ouc ystctn are the anc-pvrr-onc force the jump response of Ivro no rump. Tt Is Inic lhal very oflen ic one-ovcr-one resix>nse should ot IK used—but rather Ihc proper espouse Is a Jump bid of two no rump, which shows a hniirt rich i lenace positions. However, when your partner nake.s i\ Jump response o( two no rump over your suit bill of one, lon'l be too eager lo sign off with hrcc no Inmip, If you hold n ROiitl flve-cavd suit, I'biil Hint suit. The very fact that •on have u long suit to work with nay be just the Information that miner needs lo gel to a slam contract. captain ot Frances Mrs. K. 1'. Cullum. Haun club Hornefsville Society-Personal FIRST : METHOPJST CHURCH ; W. V. Womick, Paitor ' Church school 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11:00 a. m. ubject, "Supremacy ot the Splr- ual." Senior and Hl-Lcague, 8:45 p. i. Evening worship. 7:30 p. lubject, "Daniel's nellglon." All services oixin for strangers nd visitors. ril.GHIM LUTHERAN CHURCH H. 1. Ktcindltcnt, Pastor Sunday school, 9 A. M. Divine worship. 9:45 A. M. Sermon Ihtirie! "Paul's 8«lf.Denlal or the Sake o' the Gospel." Christmas practice for Sunday chool children, 3.-.30 P. M. A cordial welcome to all. CHURCH OF U01> 111 W. Cherry SI. No morning worship. Rev. B. K B'erer will preic.i ,ver radio station KLCN at 10:15. At the evening service Eur.il 'Jron, the U year old boy preacr- tr, will bring a stirring evangclisf.c nessage. Frldhy night this 'J<1 jrought R worHerful message on the subject "Be Sure Your Sin Will Find You Out." Plan to attend the Sunday even- Ing service and htar this remarkable young, evangelist. He will speik every evening next week except Saturday. SorvV-os begin at 7:30 and r.ll are cj.-c'ial!:/ in. vlted. By Helen Welshimer 'PHIS Hijng || lc j, car s | m . c lanj-ht me. Tall years Ihat swing along— Tiicre lire n't dreams wilhoul you. No lilt to any song, I've learned lo ilu my lessons, As anyone nnisl do, Add sums, sutilrarl a lillle, And bake and dusl and stew. Tlicrc be a commurdt^ ing this game for several mon- 'ho hns lxc:i nuite ill. ths, were disclosed. Mrs. Williams was yn-jented China aim Mrs: J. G. Enr.cs. president, a negligee, from -?il the class. The entertainment committee, consisting of Mn-.cs. Akin Huffman, Mae Aidiitiic and Bob Copcland, had .the guesls pins- Bingo in which .Mn;es. C. G. Hires, J. H. Fisher and G. E Workman wan prizes. With all Itgh-o out except tho?c en the tree .-clrcshmcnts of can- <I'ei. nmid lighted tapers, chicken sandwiches anil fruit cake were served with c'-iree. tompllmen't Bride, ISridcjroom. Mr. and Mrs. AVoodnn. Fisher were gucsls of ronor at a smal dinner parly given last evening by Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Holl. Bc- iorc her recmt marriage Mrs Ftslicr was, M'sa Oihus Brnckin. A thrcc-cotire? quail menu wa; jerved at a table decorated will: B rentcrpiwe of a ship, h vhlch ,vit a Ki'ntaluro bridal ]: on a mirrorert huse on which was writ ten "Success". The pfacc card: were heart shaped and this nioti! WAS carried oi.i in (he menu, and Mn. Fisher, '."^3 An- CJan-v.ce Wi-b':. of Warren. Ark., -.hen- he is a inrmbiT of (In- c. - C. camp. :;• visiting relatives iniil Tuesday. Tom Short. vl:o has Ixvu al- ir.riins Union iinivcrcUy al .lack•on. Tenn.. Iras returned ho:i:e. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kcivslow and sons, pllie r.\rt Clou, and ML-S Album Simon l-.ave rclurncd to their home in 31. Louis niter -tveral days r.'..|y ivilh Mr. mill Mrs. W. T. B;iri:cll. Miss Willii> A. Law-son, of Lltli< Hock, arrived List night for MV cral days sin..- here. W. T. Darned has returned from business trip tr fit. Louis. MKs Wmin> Virgil Turner ircovcrcd Iio'V. several dtivs ness. • ' Mir.es. Max n. i; c ]rt i M aica rvrard. Joe ti. Tilcschm.in. W. c l 'l"Sinson aii.l Crawford Greene -.viil ycilerd-.v :>\ Memphis. Mrs. ¥. D. Jovner and childrei ind Mrs. Joyncr's brolher. Vrrt Konincld. loll -rxlay lor Okemali Okla., where tncv will ,-,|»nd th holidays. Mr. Jovner will Joii them for Chrtoms' nnrt they return Januarv 1. * A 3 S *KJ • K 10 S 4 + Q107 2 AQJ * A K J c r, Ditrllcalc—N. ami S Vul. Opuulns lead— y 7. uth West Noi'ih l:;i>t , l\isa n N. T. t'ass I'asa n 4 I'ags H T. 1'nas C N. T. 1'ass The Christmas tree at the Wilson school nudllorium Friday night, December 22. under the sponsorship of Ihc P. T. A., with Mrs.. JF. H. Craln as chairman of finance! A musical program and carols will be arranged under the dlrccllon of Miss Mary Synods. Gifts will be provided for all children. * * * Forly members attended Ihe P: T. A. meeting Thursday nt the school. The Seventh grade, sponsored by Miss Marlon Chandler, won both Ihc attendance and the paid mcnibershlp prizes. Tlie Rev. John Ciiughley led the dcvnltonal and Mrs. C. O. Williamson gave the president's message. Talks were made by Mrs. S. A. Wlnford, Miss Vlrglc Rogers, Miss Jean- ctta Phillips and Supl. Carl Birdi • • • Dr. A. D.irrelt of Joncsboro removed the tonsils of the following children Wednesday at the olllco of Drs. N. li. Ellis and James Fall; John Wesley Hughen. Kryant Slrceter. Willis and Percy Hollowell. The Wednesday Uridge club was entertained Hits week by Mrs. N. D. Ellis with Mrs. John Enochs and Mrs. Walton Wilson as guests Mrs. H. C. Davidson held hiKh score. A large crowd attended "Yankl San." a Japanese operctl.i giver Friday night ijy the Junior Girls GGIee club under the sponsorship of Miss Mary Symonds. Frank Wilson, student at Aiken Preparatory school, Aiken. S. C., arrived yesterday to spend Ihe Christmas holidays with his pn- Dr. E. G. Cope went to Tnx- arkana Sunday tc attend « meet- ng of Collon B»lt surgeons. He lelurned home Tuesday. Mr. anrt Mrs. N. B. Lingo of dcytnour, liid., and Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan of Hsyden, Ind., are/ here vlsitinc Mr. and Mis. George S. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fhepherd. Miss Floss Erynn, leacner in the etude school here and daughter ol Mrs. L. L. Hryan, became the bride of 'Bcmbrandl Doherty 'of Senath. last Saturday night. The v.'1-dding ceremeny was periormed by the pastor ef the First Metho- 'dist church o: Pnragould, Ark ; . Mr. and Mrs. Dohcrly will reside here. RIley F. Knight, principal of the,high school and debate coach, end Miss Ma'x?l Hayes, nurse at the Baptist hoipllal, Memphis, and daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. B. .Hayes of this city, were marTSSl hy the Rev. H. Patterson at the fiaptlst church of Kennett Thursday, afternoon of last week. They returned here Sin day after a brief l.'Oneymoon. B. P. Parks and D. A. R^ifin ot this city ami Joe Welinan of Kennelt went to SI. Louis Tuesday on a sho.-- business trip. Roger Manning returned Wednesday after severs l*eclts slay In Las Vegns, N. M., where he was a witness in a fetteral court case. SECOND BAPTIST CIH'RCH 1, L. Nrw'om, raster Sunday school, 9:46 A. 41. Sermon, U A. M. Subject: "The Seven Personsges". B. V. P. v:&. 8:30 P. M. Sermon, 7:30 P. M. Subject: "Tlie Two Sons". W. M. S., Monday, 2:30 with Mrs. Thelma Lane. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 V. M. The ExecuUvo Mission Board meets .Monday at 2 P. M. at the Second Baptist church. DUT only you can make n Secure, contcnl, and war You are a valley chapel, An anchor in a slnrni. lif.von(! my lonijvsl die.iniin licyond Ihe highest star, I've learned lhal .sanctuary h any place YOU are. Misha Feibish of Memphis to Open School of Music FiB$t CHRISTIAN CHURCH E. K. L fimef, Minister Church sclwol, 9:45 A. M. Holy Communion and sermon, 11 A. M. ; Vesptr/services, 6 P. -M. A. cordial wo'trorr.e ulVays . LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH •VI. 1. -LtRor, Pastor Sunday scho')!, 0:45 A. M. Church. 10:50 A. M. Subject: "A Pad Mess and Your Best is Help- Ijil Today". Epworth Leagues* 6:30 and 7:30 P M. Evening worililp, 7:30 P. .M. SUBJtct: "Will the Ancels Sing to You? Dc;s God Nt'ed a- Radii) Song?" Mislm Feibish of Memphis, long prominently Identified with musical activities in. the south, has announced plans for Hie establishment in Blyihcvillc next month of a school ol music that will offer instruction In piano, violin, dramatic art, and voice, and harmony and musical theory. - Mr. Feibish expressed tlie hope and belief Ihnl the school will make Blylheville the center of musical instruction for an extensive area. He will make his home here and will be , in personal charge of the piano department He plans lo have well known, art; Ists from Memphis and elsewhere come here weekly or oftenev to] conduct classes. Faculty of the! school has not been completed but! it will include Abe Kipper, bari-' tone, Miss Dora Bernstein, pianist, and Mrs. luiura Seherere Heins. ciedits toward a bachelor of music degree. A native of Kiev, nuwin, Mr. Feibish studied at the Imperial Jnslitule of Music at Kiev and at the Conservatory of Warsaw, from whieh Music in lie received the degrees of bachelor of music and master of nrls. He is a composer of some note, and at various limes has occupied places on the faculties of leadine institute:; of music in this country. He was until recently the publisher of a southern musical magazine, published nL Memphis. AUSTIN, Tex. (UP) -Mis.shapeii Icet are more common nmoju; girls in the South than elsewhere, believes Miss Leah Gregg, adjunct professor oi physical trainlni: for women, University of Texas. She attribiilcs it to the fact soiiliienv girls wear-feminine apparel rath- cr sports clothes director of Memphis I.iltle Theater. He is seelkng to make arrangements whereby work, in the local school can be counted for HEMOUr.ilOlllS d'ilcs) l-ur_| cd wilhoul the knife. Vari- cused veil 1 removed nun- surgipally. DKS. NIKS and NIKS Office 511 Main I'honc S) •A. J. Jr.. been Iri St. linns on business this week. -.Rev. M. A. Massey and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jordan or Stc«le were here Sunday. Brother Massey cime to conduct the fiiheral for Ira Fcrrell, brolher ot Mrs. Tom Ray of Ihls city. ' Mrs. Ruby Grnntham was Installed as, worthy matron of the Order of (he Eastern star Thursday night in y. ceremony con- dueled by Mrs. Candace Green o! Detter, worthy r.ranrt matron. Mrs. James V. Billings of Kcnncli, Orand Adah, was also in attend- CHimCH OF THR NAZARENE Eupha D. Brasley, Futor Sunday school. 3:45 A. M., E. L. Evans, superintendent. Morning worship, 11 A. M. Sermon by the p?slor. Subject: "Signs ef the Times". N. Y. p. s., 6-30 P. M. Evening worship, 7:15 r. M. Subject: "The Atonement". We cordially invite everyone to attend these services. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut anJ Elfhth Str«ls Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. Church, II \. M. The Rev. T. H. Jordan, pastor of the First Baptist church of Helena, will preach. Church, 7:30 P M. Sermon by (be Rev. Mr. Joidan. All arc cordially Invited. O V 11 MATINEK—15c - -ll)c After s p, M,, 40c TO ALL UNUSUAL STAGE SHOW The Aristocrats oi the Air The Original "CLIQUOT ESKIMOS" Internationally Famous Orchestra Honor Roll Announced ' For Red Line School ETOWAH, Ark. Those whb made the honor roll In Room 2 at the Red Line school for the past month arc: Fourth grade, Hubert' Holifiel:! and Jaquclinc wollnrd; Fitlh grade. Margarel McGlll and G. W. Thompson; Sixth rade, MHrtha Siiarp and Jewell harp; Seventh grade, Ruby 'hompson and Beatrice Cools; ;ighth grade. Erma Holificld and Irowu Sisco. Turk's Baggy Trousers Gone ISTANBUL (UP)—Gope arc Ihe romantic baggy trousers as worn by Turkish men. A new national costume for the peasantry has been devised along western lines. It will consist of trousers, waist, hat, and coat cut on the Euro'- pcan model, and must be cheap and strong enough to last the wearer four years. North's bid ol two nn trump is Clll -' i . Mr - anil Mrs. R. E. Lee \Vil- orciiiR—it docs not deny support,.- wl1 or clubs, but t-hows partner a land In which there is an ad- ••tntngc In having lhi> hand led ip to. rather than through. Smith 1 * >ld of three clubs is made, not vli h the idea of slgnlnc Hie lmr.il off. but to show partner a strong live-card full or belter. When North KOCS to three diamonds. he Is. in a way. making a mild slam try. He asking South If he has n fit in thai particular suil. When Soulh holds a til In the .nit, he should show It with a bid of four no trump. With this information. North ROCS to Ms no trump. Tlie I'lar Against a six comracl. 1 am not inclined to open the fourth bMt ol my longest and slronccsl suit. If you ure n "fourlli-bostrr" and oi)on Ihe seven ol hcnrls. Ihe de- r.hrer will make his conlrnct. while If you open either of your double- Ions, the contract will Ire defeated. When the seven of hearts oiwncd. Uic declarer wins with the king, inns off five club tricks and four diamonds, forcing Kasl lo bear down lo the klutz and Jack of spades and the ace of henrls. The Jack of hearts then is led. ' Mrs. Paul Albers has returned lo her home hi Forrest, Cily afler several days vlsli wilh her parcnls, Mr. and Mrs. Uob Clayton. J. H. Grain and W. F. Wilson spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Little Hock on business. Mrs. Charles Lnne and small .sou Hilly have returned from Jor.cs- boro w-licro they visilcd Mrs Lane's mother. Mrs. Margaret Glasgow. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan Johnson of Little Rock, who formerly lived here, have announced the birth Tuesday of n son. Mrs. Eddie Jirjeuold has returned from Memphis where she underwent a ir.ajor operation al Hie Hnplist hnspital three weeks ago Mrs. Hllcy n. Jones anrt Mrs Dixie Crawford of Blylheville, Mrs Waller Card s|KUt Thursday h Memphis. Mrs. U. 1\ rnsler of M'oncltc Jotion Picture Theater S*le Aids Many Cities HARTTORD. Conn. (UP)—Filing 1 papejs. recording the transfer Jf the Fox-New England chain'of motion picture llieatcrs, cold at cderal ..'auction, is enriching the reasurles of several Connecticut cities. Tlie tec. for the recording here as 4650, the highest on recor.d single transaction. Similar Ark., is her daughter, Mrs Irenp Hood, this week. Rev. and Mrs. !!. M. Lewis, Mrs C. W. Ferguson, and Mrs. Wtlltan l.udwlg shopiwl In Memphis Tlnr ' irsday. "0. S." after a historical dat means "old style" and refers lo Ih REWARD For return of joing female pointer, brown and while. Has slight limp. Notify Jim Crafton, % Criflon Co. records also, arc to be filed New Haven, Bridgeport. Wa~bury. Mcridien. and In Worcester thunder in the hearts of-men For Sale 3 Huntiles .'25c Special attention to large orders. CHICAGO' MILL & LUMBER CO. Matinee'2:30-ripc l - 25c Kite 6:15,-10-25C like For ;i years you heard (his orchestra o\cr the X. ]',. (J. network on the Cliquut Cluh Ginger Alt [irngnini. Hues.Singer ami Other Specialty Numbers THE SCREEN . Romance that ' peals Constance Bennett in the story of a beautiful lUissian spy- in Klitlcring, war-mad Vienna. 'AFTER TONIGHT' with • GILBpIJT ROLAND NOVELTY RKEL. COMEDY Paramount News - - Charley Chase Cnmctly Program liroadcasl Daily Over K-L-C-N ;il 12:20 Programs Broadcast Daily Over KI.CX al 12:20

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