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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIRIt' : NEWS Social Calendar . THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon club meets With Mrs. C. W. ADllck. Thursday Contiact club meek With Mis. C, E, Blakemoro, Thursday Bridge 'Club meets \\ith, Mrs, H A Taylor, _ Coiutey club liavmg dance, 10 P. M. Annual O. E S and Mason duck supper at bill, 1 30 o'clock »t*o»'» Ctab JJ'iJh Mrs. Sticluuon The Young Matron's club met yesterday (it the hamc of Mis. Lloyd *Sf ic kmon The color molij of (jrcpii Jiid v>Wte was cairled out in the potted plants about the room and the - icfreshments, a salid comse. Mre Dixie Ciawford »oji tlic prize, • lingerie »• . . , Ektls. Officers The Friendship class of the Intermediate department of the First Baptist church elected, ofli- cers at its monthly businoss and oiciaK meeting held yesteiday nlt- cnioou at the church. The officers elected \$cre KtUli- leeii Ashley, president; Dorli Drip \ice president; Pearl Graham, secretary; Jeanette flake, assistant secretary; and MaWc Brackln, social chairman. During the business meeting, definite plans to reach absentees and prospects Mere cikcussed. , At the close of the meeting refreshments were served * * . * To Have Dance At Covntry Club Misses Maitha Ann lynch anil MiMrcd_ Lou Hubbaid will entertain will! an informal dance at tte Country club loniglit beginning at nine o'clock. They will receive with George Scott nnrt John McDowell _ The dance 15 one of a. scucs or toisrta.-Jiroents being given by members of. the college set vvlio are home for the hotidajs " ..' * * * Hciwrs Guest \Vilh Bridse Fatly Mrs. Bob Gwyn entertained with A tTio table br!dg3 party yesterday afternoon at the Rustic Inn in, "noiior of, her sister, Mrs. Bcrme . _.., Mas Held, Ky,, who ... The room ^as decorated for the New Year and the tallies carried Mice QUl the hiotlf Pie and qoffee wore* cmed ,' '*ps > , . Mrs.^ P.. L Husband had high score, and Mrs Tibbs was given • handkerchiefs f°r guest prize. ' Entertains With Spaghetti Stuipec Miss Patty Shane entertained FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia CW», 19)7 IV NM StnVICl. INC. T. M.«CO. V. 6, PIT. Off , , Bits of News Mostly Personal nr-.irl Hartley left yesterday for Mi; licnic In New Orteniis nflef Christmas with K IHOR LOVE One Married Titled Englishman, Another, Band Master, Third Wrestler By MILTON BKONNEK NiiA .Service Staff Col respondent LONDON'—Once upon a time there wns a soverlgn and he sind his wife had three btnutltul daughters — Princess Gold, i'rln- cess Pearl ami Princess llaua. 'And one of them married \ a Lord. And one married a band-ma-- Brocks Jr. IVfrs. Ciuy Hobblns and daugn- Icr, Patsy, of Osccola, spent Chi;!stmas here with Mr. and Mrs. I. 1... X-'orsytho ami Mr. and Mrs. J. Mt'll Brooks. Mrs, J. B, Chine and sons, J. jr., iind Carmel, are In Paru- .Ul today. Mr, and Mrs. N. W. Brighain, Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Brlgham and Jim Klchtird of Staikvillc, Miss,, spent Christmas here with Mr. and Mrs J. H. Smart jr. A. S. Brlgham and Mr. Richard, returned home Monday but, the others remained , for u longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burns and Dick Burns were week end guests 4 """* i™"* "S u uuinura, rrm- of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Burns hi cc ' Vi Go!0 ' the Cl(l8st ' amrt\cA Ihc IJrkn City, Tenn. The three men scwmd Eart ot IwbcRpe. Ncruly three years ago, Elizabeth, Prin cess Pearl, married Harry Roy, alld young' tcr. And one married a wrestler. This, children, is no .Christmas season bed-time story. These arc the fuels about the three daughters of the Rajah and Ranee of Sarawak. The sovereigns are not as Oriental as their titlo sounds. In fact, they are tOO per cent ( Bn f - ish. The family name is Brooke. The whole family story is one of modern romance and advcntu e Hence It Is no. surprise that UK daughters are romantic. "• Four years ago Leonora, Prln- . arc brothers. Mis. W. C. Liggett and ch!M '' Jewish band-mnater. "Now, don't call, me a minute before seven-thirty tijnjorcinr. Tlicse jioli- ilav Purlics arc avvful and ( s!ni|ily 101151 i;tt n co<-,J rosl." " '• • ' nnri Mrs. C. W. White, of Wil-' ion, and Bert Stewart and Mi-, arid' Mrs. WnKcv Cox jr., ami Steele-Cooter Holland Society — Personal Minnie Lee, Billte ee, e' and - 7 """ 1 * <"-•>'-'" Charles, will return today from 1 Scw wcck -' i ago e. s CxfoiO, Miss., where they visited Baba ' »> nrri e'' Robert Gregory Mrs. toggotl's parents, Mr undl wrcsUcr allli '"iddlcweight catch- Mvs. N. E. Parks, for a' \veek; as-catch-eaa champion of Eu- . , Mvs. N. E. Parks, for a' \veek; Among those from out of town who Miss attended the wedding of Margaret Keck and Doiy solemnized Monday • night rope. Publkity Irks Parents Mrs. Roy is the tweeny—thai is she is younger than Lady Incti- timui, soicmnizeu Monday • night "• " i"""b <: ' "'»>' "'uy "";" at the First Presbyterian church calic :llu1 oklcr thau Mrs - arc " are Mr. ami Mre. Donald Taylov I orv - In . hel ' swank Park L" 110 na cousins of Jurtijc O B Keck of slle tol - cl Ulis wrltcr t' 1111 a11 "' family of tills city. . o * New Year's Dance To Be Held Here. The New Year's Kvc dunce nt the-C-aunlry club will begin at 10 — o'clock Friday night, and ns usual' Mi-, and Mrs.. J. H. Smith have „ , , will be given in cabaret style. Us their yucsl his sister, Mis. a. ™, . Whe1 ™ ^ There will be several out of, w. Smith, of Flint. Mich. They] i ,? {""'smcr. ..—. -...— lown guests at the dr.Mce, among Uncut Sunday at DycisbiirB Tcuu l yulun >S[ S, '"' y (c >'several days, whom \vill be Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry with i-dnllvps. . Mr5 l. Eli . Bal ' Borllm allU *> u B h - ArliiiKtcn, Tenn.; Mr. and -Mrs, Enra. Bowcn, cf Luxora; and Mrs. Wii'iilc Thackeray dt Knoxville, Tenn,, formei'ly of here, who Is thc hoiisoguest of Mr, nnd Mrs. I"-'- fov .several days. j Mrs. E. A. Fisher and daughter, Muiy:Jo, ha,ve returned froni Qs- ceola where they visited Mrs. Mis. Wade . . Fatten of Greenwood, Miss., who tvill b» cntcrtalne<| \vhlle they are here by Mr.' and Mrs. w. D. Clip.mblJii, Mr. and Mrs. Edgav Bortim, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hurn- , . . phrey, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N^rvelle Long 'CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo,, Dec. 20 —Miss T,ilUan with relatives. Cr. and Mrs. J. 11, .Chapman spent the holidays In Meliphl.; as tuests ot Er. ami Mrs. D. ii'v.c- Uencsey. ......... 'Mi-, nnd Mrs. CiviK .-i'lnkitoii havo arrived frou; yiiiit. Mlelv. an extended v'.s't with relatives at Kollund. Mrs, Joe .Kussell ,bccaino sud- was young lady of stecle, ., married to Noi vellc Long ot this city, Sunday afternoon at the Ban- at her home The two course "supper was Ecnea buffet style to the 20 guests present After dinner they played games until 030 o'clock when they went lo the dance at the American Legion Hut given by Miss Helen Tmda! The guests «ere Misses Mildiert Lou Hubbard, Frances and Sarah Jo tattle, Margaret Shaver, Martha Ann Lynch, Mary Spain 0s- rey,, and Jane Branson and John McDowell, John Mahan, George Scott, Hal Moore, Geoigcv Cross Rouse Hnrp, James Guard, Van Elliott, Dick Tipton, Max Us>rcy and Bill Cromer aud Bill Dickson of Oscebla. * . t * Givts Dance at American Ltgion Hut Miss Helen Tmdal cntcrtdtncd with an informal dance at (lie American Legion Hut last night The 85 guests included Miss Ka- vil Tibte of Aiayfield, Kv., housc- guest of Mrs. Bob Gwyn, Miss Juaiuta Smith of Cnrutticrsvillc housegucst of Miss Jean Bonr- K»nd, and Bill Cromer and Bill Dickson of osccola. * '• * To Have Annul Duck* Supper The BljthcvtUe chapter of the . Order of Eastern Star and Masons and their families the ^ — ««».« iciiUKjfS « in have .their annual duck supper Fnd£ night at lhc hall ,?% - - l^ * * * Uaie-Dance Mr. and Mrs. E P. Blomejer cn- Wrta-ined with a dance at the Woman's club last night in honor of their guests, Mr. an d Mrs. Wilson Sed h^re MCmphis ' The hall nas decorated with a t-rmstmas tree and other seasonal oer seasona decorations. The table from whlcl the ot — served .,„, and red tapers on it. , . ttprse at her Jiome in Cooler Monday night and 'although ->N)l very sick slie is Mishlly Aiefr ter Mr. and Mrs. Pele Colenun • mul il)lls lctt thc nrKt ° ; tlll!> ' weqH for an extcnde.l visit In Lons Beach, cnl. . . Tlir; Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Rob- ter, Miss Mary Elizabeth, returned today from Memphis where they •spent two days. Mrs. Bcrnic Tibbs and (laughter, Havll, of Mayfield) Ky., arrived Monday night to visit Mrs. Tibbs 1 sister, Mrs. Bob Gwyn, and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben If. Green returned to their homo in Hot .Springs today alter visiting Mr. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 10,5? Rajah's Romantic Daughters rates .and Chinese opium smugglers, when he was ft mere lad of 10 he lind met in England his future wife, the Hon. Sylvia Brett, daughter of tlic second Viscount Eslicr, This Lord was a very powerful nobleman'. After being In the House of Common. 1 ,- and lidding a . number of government liosls. he became Governor of Windsor Cnslle, Intimate friend of the Drills,'! sovereigns, power behind the throne who advised Kings and Prime Ministers as to policy. Yoimff Vynel- Brooke and his Bwrclhcnrl planned an elopement but It miscarried. Later he re- liirncd from Borneo and his suit wan accepted by Hie girl's par- nits, They were married In 1911. t-""Klluh .society knew KO Illtlo nbcul the East Indies that, many did not know that the relgnln? family of Sarawak was pure British. TOO LU'l'K TO CLASSIFY I'Oll- SALK lli'n acres of land at Sandy nidge All In cultivation, 2 sets of good improvement:;, Plenty of barns and tenant houses. Sandy loam sail, \rell drained. Price $80 acre. J3000 cash, Bal. 10 annual payments at Thomas Land. Company 29-ck-S Princess Baba . . . now Mrs. Valerie Gregory, wife of Wrestler Boa Gregory. FOR RENT Striunlicatcd, ftimislied airar'tment in nice locution. Possession given lo suit convenience. Telephones 571 and 197. 20-ck-tf. , ,' ...... "--'.•UK«< Mr'n ldS -, e uests •• cuson of .Scw-ahla. Miss,, WAS oiga Matthews and' Joe Matthews, -jlhc guest of Mi-, and Mrs. G. W.jshe received with Mr. Matthews ''.•Cook for the li.'.i:ny& .Otli.ir nt a dance Inst night and returned Christmas were Mrs. S. B. Myers and son, Gordon, of New Survey. There were nine inoinuers present nt the reguhv- 1 meeting of thc \V. M. U. at the -Stcclc Bnptsit church Monday nftcrnoon. Friends here will be plcnscd to learn that Buell Holly Is very as «ucai. much improved at Woodmen, Col.iciitchen. cathedra! candles at the altar. Misses Mli.ce Michle, Stecle, and loute Hollomun. Micolh, lighted the candles as Mrs. Sims Michic, Steele, played "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life." Preceding the entrance of the bridal party, Mrs. Michie played "Indian Lov e Call" and Mrs. Ney- bciry Johnscn, Stecle, sang "I Love You Truly', and "Oh, Promise Me". As a processional, Mrs. Michic played the'"Bridal Chorus" from Wagner's Lohengrin, and the' "Wedding March" by Mendelssohn as the recessional. During the exchange of vows, she softly played "UeU- estraiim" by Listz. Ushers were Zahu Wells, Dichlstadt. Mo,, brother-in-law of tlie groom, ami Bruce Fisher. Caruthersville. Julian Hawkins was best man, Mrs. Zahn Wells, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Lois Johnson, sister of the bride, were attendants, artf Mrs. James Woodiin, Murfrecs- boro, Tertn., was matron of honor. Tha brirte came to thc nllnr on the arm of her brother, Chester Boniar, of Springfield, OIilo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Long left Immediately after the ceremony for a brief wedding trip. They .will return here the latter part of the week. Mrs. Long Is th daughter ot Mrs. J. W. Bo'mar and thc late Mr. , A ,~- •"•"• ••• Boniar of Steele. she received her I , ' she clllcre ' 1 »»"« training . .._. talk about parental i»p- position to some of the marrujc in the family was untrue. Hei parents only objected to Hie pub llcity. "liaclrty and mother both rcnV that we nre independent, by IIL • idlly,".s«Ul she. "We could no l;e 'ctlicnvlsc. We chitdrcu wen nevci cribbed, cabined ami eon (hied. We were liaincd to l:e in- dcpcndctit nud .self-helpful. Our school days' wei'e spent in England, but our play-time was out in Sarawak, There arc few white people there and there were lew white children of our mre nge. We hud playmates among the Malay natives. We • spoke Malay 'a-s fluently ns English. It war the Malays who called my elder •—/i* •-•PI-- »w%.»..j L.Ivn > iuib>ii£ i«i*. fiiswr Princess Gold on' uccount ami. Mts. Holand Green here and .'of hoi fair complexion and gpldji •relative!, in) Osceola; for lhc .past < l i inj{. • ME they called Prince's several d»ys. !>- '• V • , •. T'ear], They- : C alle4 my .yoiuyer Mr: and Mrs. Roland Green will iistqrH rmccss Baba, because >-hc '"'"' " """ '-^-i-'~ i~-.~.^... was lho tal)y Qf lhe family'. . "T suppose Die happy, free life we -led in Sarawak, thc excursions we made, the contacts we liarti with all sorts and conditions of people, made us what yon have just called democratic. ' At any rale, we grew up without being castc-boiHid or tltte-proud. When we^; grew up we just naturally man-led the men wn lovpri TP- gardtess of think. "I-'am prouder t'o be Mre, Hoy attend u party In' Osceola toinorrov/ night to be given by Miss Virginia Florida. ' . • n"-s Retty l/^e McCulchcn went to Sikestoii yesterday lo visit Miss Olga Matthews and Joe Matthews Mrs. Henry Boswcll of Maiden is llic guest of her |>nrc)>t.s. .Mr. nnrt Mrs. H. C. Lamb, of Cooler. Mrs. Vcrnon Wilkerson has returned home from a hospital in Cape Gimrilcan where she underwent an operation. D. I. Clark has been confined to his hciiKj the past three weeks with influenza. ...... dance last night and .returned home today. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. ACflick and (laughter, Miss Mary Jeanne, went to Memplils today tp ;: meet their son. Charles, who has been visiting Jimmy Tanner in Helena. Jack Sharp of Humboldt, Tenn.. and Ralph Vario of New York and •Who has been visiting Mr. Sharp in Humboldt, returned there yesterday after spending thc week, end here — - '- of Miss Betty Lee Mc- Mrs. Mary Vcntrcss has gone,to Miami, Pla., to make her home with the mint of her husband following thc recent death of her husband in an automobile accident. Harold Slcrnucrg is attending a stag dinner tonight in Memphis given by Eastman Gage celebrating Mr. Gage's first kill of the deer season. Dr. Walter Stovall of the United .„. , .. States Navy, who has recently Wedding I been transferred to Washington, D. i c . i A 11 C.. from Germany, is the guest of in September Announced | w s brothers, w. u. and j. R, STEELE, Mo.—• Announcements Stovall, aiid their families. J. R. have arrived hci e of thc marriage Stovall and Dr. Stovall are visiting of Miss Kathcrine Crockett of I relatives in Eiulora and Wilmot, Slcelc and Memphis lo Lester Ark., for a few days. Lutes of Blythcville and Mem»)ils which occurred at Forrest City, Ark., en 3cpt. •!. The bride is Ihc attractive daughter ot Dr. nna Mrs. J. H. Crockett of this city. After graduating from Slcelc high school in higher education at Junior College in this city, and at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, Ark. Sh e is now a teacher In the .Stcelc Consolidated District In the Micola school Mr. Long, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emcst A. Long, Is a member of one oJ the pioneer families of this county. He received his elementary education hi local schools, later . pies Rltcndi "5 , College, Fayctlo, . The SO present' Included these oat of town guests. Mr. and Mrs M. C. Cook jr., of Osccola, Miss Ruth Williams of Joiner, Mr, and .Mrs. Don Flcteher of Joiner, Mrs r. J.. Orttrt of St. Louts, and Jack Pmlon and Damon Bernard of Ca- ruUjersrtUe. ^ *~ • » * ' that Faoiky Rewmn. .^Ito.I. B. Steswiit was hostess ,C*ttst«»s «J»y to a family K . Bwmbns of the iia- .^^nwt. together for ; . I l&llnt Itag i* £ yews for dm- t < **£.? **<l • Christmas tree ultli t' of gnu. •- ..v^..«..*g vunbioi vuny^u, Jruyciie, i- Mo., Canithcrsvllle Junior College and Arkansas state College, Jones- Knvyv t*_ :__.'. ,. . . , - bpro. He is a teacher in one of the schools In the Haytl district. Mr. and Mrs. Long will make their home ln : this city after thc completion of their school work early In the summer. ' Mc '"l*is and later grathialed Monday night. at iiom St. Joseph hospital. 0 At present she is surgical 'supervisor at the John Gaslou hospital. .Mr. Lutes, who lived in Blythc- ville, operated a grocery store here for a number of years and for thc Past two years has been studying dentistry at tlic University of Tcn- nes-jce nt Memphis, where they ,yill make their home. ~mHm-~iAVK yoiiif MM— PHOTOGRAPH 3IADK NOW Satisfactory \Verk Low Prices SOUTHWORTH •K !>vcr Jo:: l?nacs' HMM ^^^••'•••MM»vaMM^ H W^^B^r-^MMBMI^« Hemonrhoids'Piles CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEED S»fe,' rare >nd with -Icsa dbeimiort. All dtouca an4 conditions of iMrvom origin, foot aihncnhi and skin timetn ttttit* ani tared at eut clinic, Dr. and Mrs. Ocorge M. Powell will return to their home in Carlisle, Pa., toniorrovv after visitiny' Mrs. Powell's parents. Judge and Mrs. G. E. Keck for ssvcral (lays. They came especially for thc wedding of Miss Margaret Keck and Don Smith which wns solemnized Mr. and Mrs. A. R. nnd James Terry will leave tomor- incn we loved, le- whut snobs might I had a girl's dream an nclrcss. Harry . 1.harj' to be Dnyang, the unlive title'which I bore us thc daughter of the Raj.ili and Ranee. "After I got through -school, I came, back to London to study at the -Academy of Dramatic Art.s in London. of : hcing _ j thought I had oilier talents. He proved It by having me associated roiv for New Orleans where they will;. attend the Sui?ar Bowl game Ehroute they will stop at West Point, Miss., tvherc Mr. Terry will he best man in thc wedding of Sidney Harris, formerly of here, airf Miss Mildred smith of West Point, ufliich will take place tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Mrs. Herman Graves returned yesterday from Aberdeen. Miss. AVherc she visited her mother. Mis. J. W. Bakci 1 . she wns called home because of the Illness of Mr Graves, who h.-is Influenza. lie Is improving. James Hardy and Dr. Humphrey Hardy of Lccouiiite, La., \vil arrive tonight to be hoiiseeueU' of Mrs. M. o. Usvey for sevcra days. Dr. Hardy will be best mat hi thc Dictrich-Beaslcy wedding which will be solemnized Saturday .afternoon at .the First Presbyterian church. DRS. Kll Mate :i»s," .(.J.A.M. , Ortwptthlo n<n>t S8 & NIES Atk. DKI.fVKRPl) IN m,YTHKVlU,K STATE TAX EXTRA Pripccss Gold . no«"L4dy Leo ia, \'ifc of Earl of Inchcape with him in a film called 'Everything Is Rhythm' and another called 'Rhythm Rocketeers.' 'That husband of mine aclualiy found out I could sing. So he has made me croon in some ot the films and I sometimes do so wUh his band." Title Was Sultan's OKI The romantic fortunes , of the Brcokc family were founded by James Brooke, bora in Benares, India, in 1803. Ilis father was a merchant in India. The bay at 16 joined the then East Indian army and sa\\- active service in the Burmese war in 1826. - Inheriting $150,000 from his father, In 1835 he bought a yacht and set forth for the Far East in search of more adventure. He landed in Borneo when the Sullan of Sarawak wns at war with 'Princess Pearl . : . now..Mrs.' Bliz- ar.clh Roy, wife of Bandmaster Karry Roy. the head-hunters. Brooke tcol service with him and in two years conquered the rebellious tribes The eratelul Sultan made iiim Rajah of Sarawak, which is in northwest Borneo. At first his territory was 7000 square miles with 5CO.OOO people. England recognized nnjah Brooke as an independent sovereign and later made Sarawak a British protectorate. Eul this sovereignty remaini I'.crcditary in the Brooke family. Tlie firet Rajah was succeeded by his nephew, Charles Johnson Brooke, in 18G8. He, in turn, ,va£ succeeded by his son, Charles Vy- ncr Drookc, in 1917. After being educated at Cambridge University, lie went out to Sarawak and im mediately led a strenuous life, fighting Pyak head hunters, pi Dancin Ever Niht from 9 Yil 2 Ai AD ARFFN : " ul Hls HLfin UflLCll Orchestra I'lan your N'eiv Year's eve party now and tome t') thc Crescent. Dance thc 'old year out and Ihc New Year in. Floor Show New Year's EVK Cover Charge <l(k per couple Try one of our Hot 1'it Harhccue Tasty .Sandwichey, Electric Conked Steaks and Fried Chicken at a)} hours Highway Gl at Holland, Mo. For Itcservafions Call Holland 17 GiRLS! EKROLL NOW! Modern Bc.-inly School Classes Slart- in}; .Jai!, .'!rd. 'I't-achin,!; ;ill pha.scs of Ucanl.v Culture and meeting all" re- <iuircmcnt.s for licensed operalors "* Arkansas and Missouri, Modern Equipment-Competent instructors Special Courses for Voting Men and Barbers Low Kiu'ollment Fee ' For full details call at thc Eagfe School of Beauty Culture 'Cooper lilt)!?., 2nd. & Walnut, , Blylhcvillo, Ark. Everything for your enter lainment and comfort. Wed. - Thar. • Fri, Three Big Days •£1&vm£ EDDY POWELL FRANK MORGAN Edna May OLIVER RAY BOLGER ILONA MASSEY BILLY GILBERT REGINALD OWEN OitKtxl b» W. S. ¥»!>rk« i 1 Comin S Soon: VOGUES OF 1038 l»AM8El, IN DISTRESS TOVARICH niiVENGK ROXY Admission A)w»y 5 jfc, A . 26C Slmw every ni s hl. M.Hl,,ecs Frl- ..]; S^ntay & Sutirt^y Onlv. Jr'day * Sunday MaHnccs s(ar| •• 1: > p.m. Saturday <Jo:ilihuons sho«1n e from I to 11:10 p.m. shows s<art C:45 p. m . Weds. - Thurs. PAL MIGHTS! 2 AdulU- Admltfcd for Price of 1 THE PERFECT, j SPE I -- _ .. Also Selected \^ Also Paramount News & Comedy Admission Matinee lOc * 26c Ailmisslon Night 16c & 36c

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