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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1952 Pat Mullins, Society Editor ewA Phone 4<J61 Mrs. Robert A. Lipscomb Selected Progressive Club City's Beta Sigma.Phi of the Year Meets; Speakers; For her service (o thp coniniun Hy through presidency of Alpha Alpha Chapter, Mrs, Robevt A. Lipscomb has bern chosen Brta Sigma Phi of the year. Mrs. Lipsromb u r H) po to Little Rock May 11 anrl IS (o rornpotc with women from other cities m Arkansas holding the ?nme title, Tor nutstnndtng Beta Sigma Phi ol the state, The' Alpha Alpha and Alpha De!t/i. sponsors have chosen her lo represent Blyt he ville and ba.^ed thf.ir decisions on letter. 1 ; they received from members of both chapters. During the past year, (he Alpha Alpha Chapter of which she served as president, visited resularly the veterans in Kennedy General Hospital. Included were visits to the paraplegic «-ard And on the la.il Sunday of every month they provided coffee and companionship hour Jor patients who had no visitors. Under her leadership, lhe group was active in civic affairs. Amonc them \verc the Red Cross, Missis-* — stppi County Tuberculosis AssociA- | -^.. . _, . _,. lion. Crippled Children's and March f (^hOIT, OlGG C IUDS of Dimes Campaigns. The group | ' also was active in helping Red MfiVP I Pn Cross blood donations eampaipn, ' ' ' *-* v *- ' <-^ In the community stunt, nichl sponsored by the Jaycees and "Y," the chapter entered anrl tied tor first place. They u.seci the money used room, , . _ The program was on eatdon.s and | W. M. Jont?.. left today for a solo by Worth Holder. "ReauMfnl [ burg. Telephone Company, in an ad- rtiTKs to Osceola Prngre.^ivr Club; at their final meeting this week [ tiarrd fhf history of communica- f limi from the invention of the trie i phone to the Intricacies of the coaxial cable and displayed K cross- of a cable. i :lnp of what's ahead in this, Jtelri, Mr. Forrest explained briefly i the latest model hand set and \ . -shou-ed one of the models, the au- I X'u p amea tomatic bell setter, automatic mes-1 Charles Rai -sage flccountine device, theater j rnaslor ol cprcmonles. Jamrs Gflrrl- felevision, radio-relay, microwave, i npr ihree-dimrnsionnl tclpvislon and i Mrs. Robert l.lpsrnmh to buy clothing for needy. They also provided medical nnd dental care for n number of individuals. In conjunction with the Alpha Delta Chapter, they sponsored the selection of the Woman of the Year and honored her with R tea. They gave a Christmas, party for Negro children. Both of the latter are anmml affairs. Mrs. LlpRcomb Is K member of the First Methodist Church and Eastern Star. She teaches the second grade at Irfinge School. Mrs. Lipscomb, her husband, who If the bond director of the Blythc- ville High School, and their four- year-old daughter, Linda Lou. now make their home on Marr Avenue. Annual Picnic Will Be Held Representative mothers from Central. Lange, Sildbilry and Yarbro yesterday to plan the annual promotion picnic for all sixth grade students In the Klythevllle system which alsu Includes those from Clear Lake. Lone Onk, Number Nine and Promised Land. In charge of gnmes will be J. P. Garrott of the "Y" and M. L. Hurt of Number Nine. The following mothers are in charge of refreshments Mrs Johnny Marr. Mrs. Elbert KufTmon. Mrs. Mike Yatfs of Central: Mrs. Roy Moore, Mrs. J. E. Beasley, Mrs. Ben : Harpole. Mrs. C. W. Kapp. and Mrs. I Erby Hodge of Lange; Mrs. Ted ! King, Mrs. W. R. Denning, Mrs. J. H. Chilriress, Mrs. D. A. Hit?, of Sudbury; and Mrs. Gene McGuire and Mrs. O. L. Abbott of Yarbro. The picnic will be held nt Walker Park May 20. Amid sronrfi of the soulh islands, thr choir and olep who are under tho riirection nf Mrs. Wilson Henry, hud their annual lea dance in the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble last nlRht. Standing In the center of the floor wns a tree and fountain .scene. Three eight-fool palm trees surrounded a fountain on a platform of blossom-studded foliage. Sprays from the fountain sprinkled floating spring flowers. All mirrors were decorated tclth cutouts o( colorful fish and bubbles. Other smaller arrangements of flowers anrl trees were evident about, the room. Charles Klnnineham was In charfje of decorations. Refreshment tables stood al. one end of the room. Ronnie Pave Etchieson presented a Hawaiian danco and Dannie Cobn anrl EiiRene Still presented ukulele numbers. Gifts from the club were presented to Mrs. Henry, Ernlly Dnmon. accompanist, ami Jimmy Clllbert- son. retiring president, Later in the evening, the girls Installation Bits of News ! 'o6tly - crsona f High Official Will Visit Osceola WILSON. Ark. — Mrs. Ruth M. Baptists Have Senior Breakfast Members of thr> 10M graduating class, ivho are members of the First Baptist Church, were honcred this morning with a breakfast, which is an annual affair. Tables at which the M v.-ere seat- ..„.„.„ ,,,„,„„,.. ,,„,,: „„-., ed were In a "T" shape. A minia- j removed from WalK Hospital to lhe In? and baniuet will be held in the ture picket fence entwined with red j home nf her parents. Mr. and Mrs. j Masonic Hall at Osceola. beginning rOseS. mock Oranf* a nH folinct*. run I IT R U/^n^.-rtrt : al T'ld rt r« Fidelis Meets In Wood Home Fidelis Class of the First Baptist Mrs. Robert McHanry and infant Robert VVood'on. have been Chapters of Manila. Blytlieville. Wilson and Osceola May 20. The meet- In? and baniuet will be held in the it 1:30 p.m. .? a "7 ! !!?.'. i Mls - vll 'Kinia Campbell of Manila. OSCEpLA-Euell Forrest oi Lit- on each side. Proclaim were prinl- n f ,,^' tn '" fM "' Smit.hwMl(.rn Ud on picked Basket* of flowers Bell Telephone Comnany. In an ad-!,,„,. ,.„,< ,„ oth(>r arl , o( th( . mock oranae and follase ran j E. B. Woodson. down the center of the tables f Mrs Bill \'mnllv and un.,j™,j i j >«r««.». mrs. Din nnnnii} ann , . „,,„ V ii K inia ^ampOTH ol Manna. Handmade place cards were pasleliof FaycucviUe are the guests of tier j worthy matron will b- mistress of tolored gates with several pickets parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. I.. Gaines.' ceremony. Mrs. Kathryne Union Mrs. Gaines left, several days ago . Wilson's worthy matron will eive for Dyersnnre to he with her father, ( ,he welcome address nnd D D C.ish Louis Newblll, who Is seriously ill. \ of Wilson will offer (he imwation Mrs. N'unally and her Thorpe of Little Rock, worthy grand i Church met last night in the home matron of the Order of the Eastern j of Mrs. Francis Wood for a monthly Star of Arkansas, will pay her nf- business and social, ficial visit, to the combined OES Fourteen members and seven cuests were present. Guests included the Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Brown, Misses H?.zel Brannon, June Buchanan, Ruth Johnson, Mrs. E. R. Jackson and Mr. Wood. Mrs. Wood served a buffet supper in a setting of roses, peonies, and mock orange. The table from which the food was served was overlaid . with a white linen eutwork cloth • and crntered with a larpe bouquet Mrs. 1 Mrs. Edna Earl Colston of Bl.vthe-;of spring blooms with foliase. en of Prayer" betjan the pro- j pram. Invocation was given by Ros- Crafton and a medley ol garden melodies follower]. Mrs. C. M. •na'rt was pianist, Roland Bishop • welcome address and Clo- gave the response, Newr.omb served the lead the prophecy which followed by a message delivered hy the Rev. E. C. Brown. Mr. Holder sang "In the Garden" and C. M Smart rtave the benediction. Each of the wcmen members of the [acuity and girls of the cla r s received a corsape of pansies. Mrs. R C. noseboroiigh of Scna- tobia. Miss., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White and daughter, Grace. Pfc. Don Smart is visiting his brother. Jim Smart, and Mi-s. Smart. He will report to Great Falls. MotH. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbanl, Jr., Dyers- \ ville, worthy matron, will present the sifts to Mrs. Thorpe. ', Mrs. Lena liarr of Forrest City. ' district deputy grand lecturer of | the 18th district, announced the of- j fleers from the four chapters who; will serve at the meeting as follows: i Mrs. Helen Day of Osceola, wor- ' thy matron; The Rev. Mr. Brown gave Ihe in- Yarbro Baptists Meet For Business Session Yarbro Missionary Society of th« Baptist Church mc-t last night in the home of Mrs. M. V. Maxwell for a regular business session. Opening t.he meeting was R pray er said by Mrs. T, T. Campbell which was followed by a devotional given by Mrs. Jack Emery. A business session was conducted after which Mrs. A. L. Richardson dismissed the group with a prayer. Mrs. Maxwell served refresh, merits to her uuests In a social period which followed. Mrs. Lawrence Is Hostess to Club Of Dessert Bridge WII.SON. ARK.—The Delta terle Club entertained 22 tab! bridge enthusiasts with a brirtpe Tuesday afternoon Rustic fnn In Blythcvile. Mrs. B. E. Moore wns chairman of the program on "Communications" which is a new department of General Kerieration Club work. Mrs. P. O. Ciwyn, and Mrs. .John Edrlnglon brought reports of the recent. Arkansas Federation of! Pnufin TV,.-. Cs,n^^ Women's Ch.bs convention In Lit-! KUStlC lnn oCeiie tie Rnck stating that the Osceola club won Honorable Mention Award for its plan of work. The Garden Club of which Mrs, I.ee Wesson is state for their srrapbook and vear bonk. The April Issue of "The club- woman." official organ of the International organization published in Washington, carried n picture of the Osceola Clubhouse and County Library on its cover. The following officers were Installed for the ensuing two-year term: Mrs. R. H. Jones, president: Mrs. D. S. Lanev, vice-president; Mrs. H. E. Phillips, secretary: Mrs. George Florida, treasurer: Mrs James -Furls, corresponding secretary: Mrs. C. E. Lloyd, historian; Mrs. W. A. Steed, parliamentarian' Mrs. E. S. Shipper), custodian; Mrs. f. O. Gwyn, counselor. T. W. Hunt, director of music in Oseeola schools, presented nine of Co- Mrs. W. R, Baughman left yes- rday afternoon to visit her son, Cpl. Robert L. Baii?hman and Mrs. • Horn of Blythcville, as i Iron; Raymond Smith G. H. Gienr, Sr., who suffered a ! heart attack at his home on Wed- ' nesday, has been removed to Bly- i ;"ciate ma- of Manila, orothy Bai- elary:' Mrs. .surrr; Mrs. ress; Mrs. Stella H"ad of O=ce- associate conductress: G?ne vocation and Mrs. John Mays presented a devotional. Mrs. C. E. Johnson, teacher of the class, led Mrs. Alvin Hardy, president pre- , S( ' m ';?, i< " asl! ' cl " h wns ......... ,_.._,.. . .. i tamed Wednesday in the home oj Mrs. Paul Lawrence. Red roses provided her floral decoration which was used throughout Hie rooms in which she entertained. In first place was Mrs. Douglas Decn and Mrs. Earl Knipple was in second place. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the games. sided over the business and reports from officers and committees. Mrs. Thelma Johnson was elected new group captain. Mrs. L. C. Ross dismissed the group with prayer. GIB Has Weekly Meeting; Guest s c b , d . . Lynn w. Brown was in Memphis 1 ,,,. . : . today attending an insurance meeting that will continue through to- • ,, " nd Mrs R B Hod.e b,es-n, and .rancUon/R. B in. let 1«ser. night for Chicago to spend at the , week end. Pfc. Bobby L. Butler, son of Mr. the , his senior pupils In vocal and pin- no numbers. They were: Sue 'Ap- plelon, Llewelyn White. Jean Wellborn. Blllie Oalnes Mann. Jo« Nan Nelson. Sharon Hendrlx. Carol.vn Reid. Iln Verne Crews and Joe Rae Simmons. Mrs. Jesse Cramer wax chairman of hostesses. Mrs. J. A. Pigg. Mrs. J. B. StricklinR. Mrs. Roy Ware Guests were from Wilson. Joiner, land Mrs. Jodie Moody of Blvthe- Rlythevile. Osceola Frenchman's j ville. left today for Camp Kilmer Bayou. Bassett. Marked Tree. Ty- N. J.. from where he will leave for ronza and Pocahontas. duty with the Air Force In North Eicht prices were awarded with! Africa. He has been spending Mrs. Ed Bell. Jr.. of Joiner win-'" ' nlng first and Mrs. Scarcy Mears of Oscflfila, second. Other pri7.es went to Mrs. Osceola. third. Mr a ve V !i n 0 ™»,,i ,,,.? o^f w Uson Achh "M- lan c , wfof oieola 1^ i v M^ f^ «'•*'»• «»urU^ of M^^r: ^ r ^ t ?< ^' ,"' »»^* ; o.^o ° Hecfa Mr? Tumble"' w»tVr,V' r A , Trumalce ^ o Manit' seminar " L " "" rneu o[ Ma '" la - .'enlmel, TVs. Jane Carson was ho, Wc'l -•;-•!?.>• ni-lu to CIB at borne of Castile. Her bri< """»«• "«. Garth B" est was M! ' S - T - "• Mrs. W. H. O'Kcefe. first. Miss Vera Goodrich, .-rcond and Miss L'.'clla Barnes, bridtio. Mrs. Carsnn served a salad course and iced drinks. Silver Art Faces Bankruptcy Now trai. Lange, biicirjury ana yaroro ^'"' '" ILIC C.CUHIK, trie gins .. , . ....<, +v , elementary schools met al Central trl °- composed of Mary Ann Hen-I i ,7: .,"" p 1 „ ,; ry. Kay Smith, and Jan Dickinson accompanied by Frances Slaylon. sang "I'll see You Again-" and "Dinah " The boys quartette, Jimmy Cill- bertson. Albert Fnlrflelrt. Joe Lynn Vowel!, and Warren McClure, accompanied by Emily Dnmon. sang "Girl of My Dreams." "My Heart Stood Sdll," and "Dry Bones." Mrs. Jess Horner was chairman of the mothers- who planned and carried out the affair. Two Honored At Shower Miss Rosana Cleveland and Miss Chriftine Austin were feted last night at the home of Mrs. Hadley H>v?-s r>n Prcfc? Avenue with a double bridal shower. Mrs. N, F. Marshal! and Mrs. A. T. Hays were co-hostesses (or the affair. Both hnnorees were presented with shoulder arrangements of white carnations. Pansies and rases were her floral decoration. Individual tablrs wer* centered -with bovicjiie.Us of vegetables.- Miss Austin was riressrd in a red organdy original with white ar- cffsories. Miss Cleveland wore a twr-piece drr-r, of pink and cre.im with white arcr-Fsnric*. The hnstrss <-rrved a salad <:nur.<e and iced dlinks. C f \ \ 'fUZIcr IS 11 H OHO A layette shower was Riven Wednesday night in the home of Mrs. Cnrl Ivy honoring Mrs. Bill Frazler. Sprm? flowers were used throughout the home with red roses predominating. Informal party Barnes were played during the evening and Mrs. B. B. jChHwnorl. mother of the honoree. was first prize winner. Second prize went to Mrs. Gordon Necdham. Party fonds and iced drinks were served by the hostess. R, Smith. Mrs. Ida Ftt Whiteside. Mrs Polk. Mrs. F.. Tucker. Mrs. .. E. Teaford. Mrs. E. L. Tallafer- i nnd Mr.s. Garland Taylor. New members received into the club were Mrs. Owen Mnssie, Mrs. Robert Hesley. Mrs. T. M. Ratton, and Mrs. W. N. Thomas, bringing the total membership to 135. Al the Hospitals Blythevtllt HosplUt Dismissed: Walter McAllsler. city. A. H. Caldwell. city. ' Josephine Neal, North Carrollton Miss. Allen Se^raves of . Mrs. Zake Pollard of Osceola, fourth. Mrs. • Arch Calchings of Joiner, fifth. Mrs. L. D. Massey of Osceola, sixth. Brideo pri7.es went to Mrs. L. D. Massey and Mrs. Joe Cullom. Sr., of Wilson. Small tables were centered with may baskets holding miniature corsapes In stlass containers for each guest. A dessert course and iced drinks were served. Pastel cups of salted nuU marked the places. An arrangement of Plcardy gladioli was placed al one end of the reception room and a basket holding blue and white Dutch Iris Intermingled with yellow painted daisies was placed on a table. Hostesses were Mrs. J. D. Rankln. Mrs. N. B. Ellis Jr.. Mrs. James Elslander. Mrs. Charles Beall. Mrs. O. Speck. Mrs. A. A. Banks, Mrs. H. A. Nicholson and Mrs. Robert H. Nelson. DAG Has Luncheon At Hotel Noble An 11 a.m. luncheon meeting of the Daughters of the American Col- onist.s was held Wednesday at the Hotel Noble dining room. Delegates to the slate and national assemblies gave their reports. In a brief business session, Mrs. Mrs. Blakemore Entertains Rook Club Mrs. Neville Blakemore entertained the Thursday Rook Club yesterday in her home. Roses were used In the floral arrangement throughout, the 'entertaining rooms. 'Mrs. Leon Scherer look first place and Mrs. cl«o Wren won second. Mrs. C. G. Scherer won rooko. Mrs. Blakemore served refreshments to her furlough here with his parent.';. Home EC Classes Have Tea in Cottage eighth grade, class with a tea the home economics cottage. Kibitzer Meets In Castilo Home . Mrs. Jane Carson entertainer! Ki- i with a dessert bridge. j Her guesLs were Mrs. Bob Dj'es-s j of Osr.rola. Mrs. Walter Daniels. O'Keefe. Mrs. Harry A. -Haincs look top honors In bridge and Mrs. O'Kenfe Martha Bean, and Llnds Flayder. Living room ho^tesvs wprp ^hpr roia^ ™ ^^ I ^ «-^Brld^wenr \™^ lor. Ljiendfi Pcnnv n^ rHan r rvnm i t, r .,,-,- . . . . w> JOGJAKARTA, Indonesia W) — The world-famous silver art Industry In this Central Java toivn Is facing bankruptcy for lack of a nnrkel. according to reports About Z.not) artisans. 3 to 10 In each enterprise, have hammered a precarious living O :it of this special- - ist trade which requires years of W training, a steady hand and a feel- ine for art. Immediately after the o-ar the riark-colored silver plates, curette cas°s. teaspoons and ash trays found many buyers in souvenir-hunting Dutch army troops. United Nations diplomat, 1 ; and military truce observers. But now that they have Rone home, the tourist, trade Is not sufficient to keep the business going. resir.trar. Letters of congratulations to the chapter were read to the members on the national election of one of their members, Mrs. Clark, to national office. Mary-Martha Class Has Potluck Supper Mrs. Joe K. Waddy was ho.ste.ss last night to the Mary Martha Class of the First. Baptist Church in her home with a potlucX supper. Twenty members of the class were present to present a Mother's day gift to their teacher. Mrs. C. E. Coates .who is moving to Kansas City was also presented a gift. Mrs. A. F. Heinicke led a prayer and Mrs. K. D. Marr gave a devotional. Mrs. L. I. Rice and Mrs. Lily Slsk were co-hostesses for the affair. Penny. Barbara Trumble. Linda Lee Byrri. Pat Partlow, Delores Adams. Patty Scott, Cleone Etta Lou Yancey. Dining room hostesses were Pat Wagner. Jan Johnson. Ann Seav, Mary Ann Fisher, Glenda Lewis. Rose Marie Clampett. Peaey Bates. Joyce Bnoles, La Neal Sudburv Prances Walden. Yvonne Davi's. Sue Keeling, Yvonne Loveless, and Anna Mae Grear. The tea table wa.* overlaid with lace cloth and centered with a Dutch iris bouquet. Other sprins blooms were used in the rooms in which more than 100 people were received. W " Jf " "' Birthday Party Given in Home Mrs. Russell Snyder was hostess to her daughter. Patsy Sue Queen. at a birthday party, on her 11th birthday with 2(i of her friends hclpin? her to celebrate. Mrs. .nrk Marsh assisted Ihe hostess to serve traditional birthday rake and ire cream to the zucst.s. Tnlorui.il cames were phyed dllr- iuiz 'he afternoon and Rlllv Jean H.lrcptt and I '-•<, Lou Cllllilni wrie pri?e winners. Field Tests in BLYTHEVILLE PROVE Tliat lhe NEW RCA VICTOR "Super Seis" outperform all others! • YUM'!! ,i = rre thai I'irturr 1'owrr turcsth.in voii've ever fern licfore. • llaMhr"r.«lri>n Throat." • H.iu.l.omr rahiiid...iii. any. «lirre . . . n,,i<hr<l m ni.ilmcariy. f>nsr>]-llr 1,,,=,, i m .|n,l ri ] j n p r j rr . T! ISI). '4 HALSELL & WHITE Main & Division FURNITURE CO. Phone 6096 Lovely Dinnerware AT FANTASTIC LOW PRICES A WONDERFUL IDEA FOR MOTHER'S DAY REG. $14.95 VALUE Sun-Lure pallern hy Crooks- $J vtllc. complete M2-pc. sol .... REG. $14.95 VALUE Iva-l.ure patlern by Crooks- S ville. complete 32-pc. set .... REG. $22.95 VALUE Queen Kslhor pallern with S| 22 K. gold design. 32 pr. set ., ' REG. $18.50 VALUE Homer i.aughlin's "Martha \\ashin^lon" patlern, J all 32-pieccs , 85 REG. 518.50 VALUE "Thematic" hy ("rooksville. a $fi ft.C complete ;i^-pr. sot dinnenvare 0»«?V REG. $24.95 VALUE Hiimer Uinphlin's rnse pnllcrn -?"7 QC riinnerware. .'?2 pc. set • «»* V REG. $24.50 VALUE . Homer l.nu.irlilm's fine dinner "ate showing si-cues of Old J Holland . .". REG. $22.95 VALUE Cunningham S 1'ickclt's "U'avside" pattern. JIJ ftr hand-decorated WiVvl ROSE SALES CO. 501 South 21st Street Blythevillc, Ark. If your Iron doesn't slide easily, or has starch on it. clean bv heat- ins the iron, rubbing it over beeswax or waxed paper, and [hen *-(pine II—sides ns well as base-on "Tapping paper. Mrs. E. J. Cure was hostess yes- i terilay to the Mid-Week Club'tori luncheon and. an afternoon of Mrs. Brooks Flowers of Birmingham was a luncheon guest. High went to Mrs. C. A. Cunning- „, ,. . .. ,, ham and s»eonfl to Mrs W r. H o'- I Ce[ltral ">. Mo. ner "" ' " .lohnny Smith When .shoes get wet. stuff thorn carefully with pauer and dry them away trom the heat. ,h and Miss Baker, both of Blytheville. Coming Events O Saturda.r Annual Mother's Day Luncheon will be held at the Rustic Inn "fit 12:30 p.m. for Alpha Delta Chapter rtf Beta Sigma Phi, Marriage Licenses The following couples have applied fcr marriafre licenses at the office of Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker, county clerk: John Manning Hudson and Mrs. Ortha Fleeman. both of Manila. Billie Gene Cos.ley of Bnrdette. and Miss Gladys .inanit-a Davidson AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY The African Queen Slaninpr Humphrey Kogarl & Kalhryn Hepburn 1'arRmnunt News & Selected Shorls I! SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE CARU EUWTT BALENDA REID Serial: King nt Ihe Congo No. 2 & Shorls Cnnt. Showing Saturday 12:30 - 11:30 SUNDAY & MONDAY HERBERT J. YATES presents BOB CONSIOINI STORY Wlfrfrf BRIAN CLA1RI DONLEVY • TREVOR * IfPUBUC MCTUM 1'aiamounl News & vSclecled Shorts I'ontitutoiis Showing Kveryciay l.oi« Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c 5: 30e At All Times FRIDAY * SATURDAY Double Feature JOHN WAYNE 1 JA^WlAKPukMV * Serial: Rarfar Man No. 8 Also Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature Mr. RITZ GUESTS * Mrs. .loc Htiphcs »t Family Also Metro News Cnnl. Showing Sun. 2-11

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