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fAO»TWO •LTTHBVrLLB (ARK.) POURttE NEWS Sockl Cileodar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Missionary'Union, First Baptist Church, *1H facet 1" circles nt die homes of the following: Circle One, Miss Cordelia Wllhite; Circle Two, Mrs, Eb Carson; Circle Three. Mrs. H. H. Brooks; Circle Four, Mrs. J. J, Cooks ton; Circle Five, Mrs. M. C. Outlaw; Circle Six. Mrs. Jolin Payne; Circle Seven, Mrs. J. H, Smart Jr. Woman's Society of Christian Service,. First Methodist Church, meeting at chm-cli, 2:30 p. m , for Mission Study. Woman's Missionary Union, CaU vary Baptist Church, meeting at 1:45 p. in,, with Mrs. G. W. Archer. 1 Three Quads Club will meet with ; Mrs. Turner Kissel). Woman's Society of Christian • Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting, 2:30 p in., at church. " TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Dixie Crawford Piitcrtrtln!ii(j Tuesday Bridge Club. 400 Club meeting with Mr.s. Pat Brown. Mrs. SAiitbrd Boone will be hostess-lo Double O Club. G. N B. Club meeting with Mrs Stella Davis. Mrs. Bob Gwynn entertaining Ocla Bridge Club. l.ange School Parent Teachers Association will meet, 3 o'clock'. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. R. L. Stocketl. Mrs. Floyd fTharp entertaining Three Table Club. A. D, C. Club will meet with Mrs Elbcrt Huffman. Mrs. Hattle Potter will be hostess lo Wedmsday Contract Club. Chapter D. P. E. O. sisterhood meeting for itihch will) Afrs. Marlon Williams Mrs, J. c. Ellis enlerlriliilng Town and Country Club. THURSDAY'S EVVENTS Mrs, A E. Hnntley will entertain Fortnightly club. Thursday 'Luncheon Club meeting To Wed Army Officer Bits of News P«nooal r<) Conduct Revival with Mrs. Russell Phillips. -Mrs. Walter Pope will be hostess lo Ihe MM Week Club. Club Eight will meet with Mrs. II. G. Parllow. Double Pom- club meeting- with Mrs. Roy Rae. JUNIOR-SENIOR P. T. A. ••OIIOUI' ENTERTAINS Junior-Senior Parent Teacher group entertained with a freshman class party last night at the wom- "••'- Iliib Easter motif was carried out an'.s Cliib • Miss Katin-yn Gill's engagement to Lieut, .lohn M Stevens Jr announced loday by Mrs. James R. (im , l)in!llt ., of „„, Oeorgt- Pnync, Spring flowers decorated the living and dining rooms wlierc guests were enterlalned. Ihc The 10 present were sealed for llnncr at the dining table which lad for Us centerpiece a large birthday cake with lighted anidle.s. The guest of honor was presented with a gift of costume Jewelry 'rom members of the club. The guests were entertained Informally during the cveninf;. LITTLE RIVER WM1I HAS RASTER MEKTINft The Resurrection of Jesus was the topic last Monday at the Enster ncellng of the Woman's Missionary In the decorntions and the ... .,,,,, course sqrvcd with small cakes ;.,' , of " le Litllc nlv «r Baptist Easier games were-played and the „ mirc "• Tlns wns discussed by Mrs. contests carried out the Easter ,; Lcwk nn<1 P™yer was .said by thought. ! Mra - nol > Veach. Others taking part ..Mrs. F. E. Black anu Mrs. Russell °" tllc ! W0 6™» were: Mrs. HulcU Fan-;were in charge of the affair ™ or S !l "- Mrs - T. A. uourlnml and and - : .wfcVc''-'assisted'-by''Mrs-'LI b'l s - °- A - Eva »s. Chambllu, Mrs. Max Reid, Mrs. E.' A I" 1 "- wns completed during the B. Woodson, Mrs. Chester Caldwell nf 'ernoon and )>lans made for an- nnd Mrs. J. W Shouse. • oilier (o be (milted soon. Kalhryn Gill To Wed l-ietil. John Stevens Jr. Mrs. James I!. Gill announces Die engagement of her daughter MI.S.S- KiUhryn Cllll, to I,lent. John T. Stevens Jr., son of Mr. and Irs. John M. Stevens. The wedding, which will be or wide interest both nt Dell where he two families have lived for a mml;er of years, hut also In oilier lolnls of this section, will be sol- •mnlzed lute In May or early in lune. depending upon the lime of Meiitcnanl Stevens' leave. Miss Olll, daughter of the lale ., , ,*- —mb"":! ui LIIL- nun , ; ;...*_, - , " lv; ""'"uuiiiB service ol our Eas- Mr. 0111. was graduated from Dell , Mr ; , an(i . Mri " J - ?• iy antlj tei ' s|Jccii>l services. The Children's 1.11..1. n_i i i._i- ... .. rl n HUM I (»• T in»-o A linn rtF t : 11 <„ > , „. . "- 1 - •• * nv, viiiiuit,liq Dancing was enjoyed after (he comes and contests. I ' •'•!'.. * >••. . AIRS. TOBY LONG HAS BRIDGE CHESTS Mrs. Toby Long entertained Ihree tables of bridge guests yesterday afternoon at her home, complimenting Mrs. Van Wright of Arkadelphia, houseguest of her sister, Mrs. FYirmer England, and Mr ' England. .The entertaining rooms were decorated with iris and splrea and the Easterrnotif was carried out id the tallies and favors \ised. ., Mrs. Robert Grimes was presented the high score prize with Mrs. Cecil Wrotsu second ,hlgh. the guest of honor was also presented a gift. The hostess served a dessert band is school course at tli c concHislon of 'tlie games. * (^ • MRS. WILLIAM YOUNG HONORED WITH PARTY Mrs. c. C. Langstoh Jr., entertained with two tables of bridge last night at her home, complimenting Mrs. William Young who is leaving May 15th to make her home in Jonesboro, while her hus- ' ' ' in Officer Candidate High score was awarded lo Mrs. H. G. Partlow wltli second high to Mrs. Paul Jobe. A dessert course was served at the close of the evening, after which n handkerchief shower tons given tor tl-.e guest of honor. * '• * IDEAL CLASS ELECTS OFFICERS. Weal Class was the new name selected ror the l'3-year glrU of the First Baptist Church yesterday afternoon. The new officers elected were: president.'Catherine Groham; vice president, Wlllla- Eene Daws; secretary, Kalherlnc Weslbrook. aiid treasurer Blllle Jane Rodgers. Sandwiches and soft drinks were served after the business During the business session it was voted to !)»,, Ilipmtiire for the auxiliary. The il present answered rol! call with a jwssagc of scripture after which the meeting was dismissed with prayer t » « MRS. MOOKK BNTKKTAINS C.B.C. CMHt MtaMllElts Mrs. Ross Moore was hostess in members of (he c. B. C. Club ye.s- terday afternoon when she entertained at her home. The Easter motif was carried out with Spring flowers decornt- ng the living room of the Moore home. Springtime (allies also were used in carrying out this theme. Priws were awarded lo Mr.s G 3. Hammock for high score. Mrs Lendennle Fowler for second high, nnd to Mrs. Fred Bean for bridge graduation or her husband, Cadet will be joined early in the week by The hostess served course. , nss ' Lieutenant Stevens Is n graduate or University or Arkansas, where h'." 1 tie became n member of Alpha Ganiiim iiho, social fraternity, and mother and sister. .Sergt. and Mrs. John Brawley will arrive today from Valdosla, for n visit with his aunt, Mrs. O. S. Baggetl. He will be joined later by his brother, Sergt. Bill Brawley of Port Custcr. Mich. Dan U Wallace, seaman second arrived for a visit with r, Mrs. J. I,. Wallace, i first visil since joining . Alplui Keln, honorary iigrlciilliirnl friilernlty. Called into acllve duty in the Army Reserve- in April of lu.sl year, lie was graduated from ihe Infantry School and the Parachute School, Port Hcimlng, Cla. He now is slnlloncd in Alliance, Neb., with the !i(i7ili Parachute Infanlrv. a dessert CHILDREN KNTEKT.-UN WITH KOn HUNT Mary Alice Wrotcn, (laughter of Mr and Mrs. Cecil Wrotcn and Calvin Langston Jr., son of Mr. Langslon Ji, an Easter egg and Mrs. Charles > entertained with ,..,„, UBB hunt for 50 children mis afternoon 2:30 o'clock at Ihc Wrolen home 1140 West Main SIVecl. .-—" » » * DORA ISKIi.WK WVI.Ii: CKl.EHRATKS BIRTHDAY Dora Bernlce Wyllc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. \y. Wyllc, entertained 30 boys and girls for nil Easter egg hunt yesterday afternoon at her home In honor of her fifth birthday. Games were played after which each child was presented a basket with which (o search for the hidden egg.s. Birthday cake and ice cream were served at the close of the afternoon by the hostess. OKI l HI a Altnicis «irgo Audience n'e \,i\f,\. Niglu. A large audience heard the sa- crod ciwitata "The Seven Uisl Words of Christ" Theodore Du- prr-lentcd last night by the r of I'li-st Methodist Church. guest musicians, wilh Miss Weeks ns director. from Ulytlicvlllc At The^HospHali my'th'tvlHe Hospital Admitted— KIRTHDAY CI.DB HAS KXTRA GUt;STS. When Mrs. Ben Lutes was hostess to members of the c and N Birthday club last night complimenting Mrs. 1,5. Emde, she hart Mn. Tjin Newman, city. Ernest Glenn, city. Walls 'Hospltsl Admlited— ' H. C. Conlson, city. Jack Mrissey, Ilaytl, Mo. Jlmmte Uwls. CarAithcixvtlle, Mo. Mfl - Mnsie lovers ami sni-roiindiiiyr communities attended this musical observance of Good Friday in which much nnisl- cal lali-nl was exhibited. Jack Weeks, tenor, of Dallas, was featured among (he sololsls, who Intituled Noble Gill, barilone; lioss Stevens, baritone; Mrs. Farmer Kngliind. .soprano; MLss Caroline Haley, .soprani), and Mrs. Ralph Berryman, soprano. Assistlnn in (he rliiliornle pie- cntallon were lhe.se members of Ihe chorus: Mrs. w. D. Cobb ,lr Mrs. Nclll Heed. Mrs. Tia Wallets. Mis., Kutopla Whltworlh, sopranos; Robert Beri-ymnn, ftnrl Haniel.son. Ray Woithlnglon, tennis: Miss Barbara Knapp, Mrs George M. !,«.. M rs. l.nnier Reed, Mrs. Coleman Stevens, conlral- los; Colomnn Sleveas. buss fmm °" lcr • -. expres.v.d the how soMlh of Big ^to. pal ing. I«mi all churches partlcl- lo be resumed in Jiih-) of Little guests of Litlle nt, • heir home on Highway Hi, North. Christ." of Boston, attend the -Ugh School before attending Ar- iansas Slate College, .lonesboro- University of Arkansas, Paycltc- I'ille, and Arkansas State Teachers "ollege, conway, from where she was graduated. WhllR.nl Die ' Jonesboro school B'»«»"»«» ."". ner misuanci, uaoel ihe was selected as one of th,- Joh " J ' noy ' :c> Tlll1rMlll >' from the beauty cniecns and other college B| y Ulcvlllc An »y Mr F'eKl. lonors included membership in Alpha Sigma sorority, having been selected as R.o.T.C. sponsor and Y.W.C.A. vice president while at he university. Miss Gill is a member of Ihe '.•chool faculty at Lcacliviiio «• hohie economics instructor. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. linntlcy have returned from Memphis where they spent two days with relatives Mr. and Mr.s. Ployd While'and son, John, will spend Easter with Mrs. .White's mother, Mrs, w H ./ones of Paragould. Mr.s. Meyer drawer ami son, David, have returned from si I/nils where David was examined by a specialist for a sinus Infection. Mrs. B. N. Shamskl of ciirn- thersvllle will spend Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Meyer Graber and family. Cecil Branson a junior in o lc . medical school Tiilnne, ts visitlnj. tils parents, Mr. and Mrs. UVwli Branson for a few months while ihe scliool he uttcmls Is being re- organlned for Ihe Army and Nuvy reserve vnrk. Mr. Branson is in .he Army reserve and will relurn lo New Orleans lo resume his •Undies, July I. Mis. C. B. Humphrev of Oklahoma City is visiting Mrs. Ethel Millar and family. Mi-s. Kthel Miller who has been confined to Walk Hospital because of mi operation In improving, Mr.s. I,. L. ward and Mrs. J. c. Ellis arrived home yesterday from a .15-day trip to points in Virginia They visited Mr.s. Ward's .son, Pvt'. Lloyd Ward, who Ls stationed at Fort Kas'tis, Va., and Mrs. Mils' sister, Mr.s. R. c. Holllday and lamlly at Frcdrickxbiirfi, While away, Mr.s. Ward and Mr.s Ellis also visited in Williamsbiirir, Va and Washington, D. C. MY. and Mr.s. O. .W. McCutchcn are in New Orleans visiting their daughter. Miss Sarah Lou Mc- Cutclicu who attends Sophie Newcomb College for Women. i Mis. l-'rank Simmons has returned from 8:00 Union. Thursday, 8:00 meeting. W. Harris The Rev. A. W. Harris of Fisher' Street Mi.-Uiodi.st Church, Jone.s- tjoro. will conduct a revival meei- i"K nt fjike .Slreet Methodist Clmrcti, beginning Easier Sunday morning with the 11 o'clock serv- ce, it was announced today by Ihc ftev. Bales Sturdy, pastor. There will be two .services dally, at 10 a.m., and 8 p.m., with .special music lo be furnished by the Lake Street Methodist Church choir The Jiev. Mr. Hauls is well- known In Blytheville and nearby communities, hnvini; been'in charge or Hie Promised Land-Yarbro Mclhodi.st churche.s for three years prior lo Ills going to Jonesboro 'Hie public Is invited to attend meetings, the Rev. Mr. Sturdy Die worship with us on Enster Sunday, and every Sunday. CALVARY BAl'TIST MISSION W. E. Ilanna, Supl. 8:45 a. m., Sunday School. Baptist Training m., prayer The public' Is cordially Invited lo attend these services. CALVARY BAPTIST OHKHOH AT I.ANT.E SCHOOI, Cieorife W. Archer, paston 10:00 a, m., Sunday School Greo ory Atkins, Supl. 11:00 a. in., Morning worship, in the absence or our paslor, Mr Lu- cinn Coleman ivill speak lo' tn c congregation on the subject "God's Challenge for Christ In Service"' Mr. Coleman will be in charge of the song service. 7:30 p. in.. Bapllst Training Union, Jim England, director / 8:30 p, m, Evening Worship, 'R C V Mltchei Huston will , brlnu the message. Wednesday, prayer meeting at .45. Lueinii Colcimin w |jj | )e ;., charge. The public is cordially invited to conic and worship willi us. FIRST I'RKSBYTKRIAN CIIIIRCII James A. Overholser, minister Sunday Scliool 9:45 a. m Morning norship u-oci ' ft ,„ Theme. "Easter, Glorious Fact and 5-orce." The lexl. St. Matthew 28•« 'He is not here, for He is risen'' Easter nntlioms l>y the Senior and Junior Choirs. Evening worship 7:30 p m Ser . mon subject, "Living in the Resurrection ATlcr-slow." Solo by S Sergt. Dolton c. Fnwlslon on Easier Ihcme. Special nufclc by the -Junior Choir, and Mrs. Powlston, organ Midweek .service, Wednesday 7:3g Choir rehearsals: Senior, Wednesday 8:0,9 p. in.;-Junior. Fi'iday, 4:00 SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1943 - 'jiiiiinu-n.i 11no it- n.. n. i>ititti, lliltllSlCr Memphis where shi: Bible School, 9:45 At Ihe close of the IJible School hour the special dajw with her grand- Mrs. Robert Scott and .spoilt 10 daughter, fninlly. Mrs. Jaincs Cowgill of St. Joseph, Mo,. Ls visiting her- dnughler, Mrs. Neat Warren and Mr. Warren. She arrived ye.sle.rday afternoon. '.Olmrles R. Moore, who is a slu- - •"" *VI\JHJHIJ; ^VU]S[11|). lU'DU IlH 1 "4Pr "' 6 " 1 " l -University of Mississippi. m on subject will be "The world's °* ' 3rd, is spending the Easter holidays with his parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Ross Moore. dnughler. Laura Alice. Rock, are the weekend Major and Mrs. C. J. " Mrs. John J. Boycc Mass., has arrived lo Discovery ,ol the first plane beyond Neptune—Pluto—was mad. the Lowell Observatory, Flat! stafr, Arin. t Losl. Cane School To Hold Exercises Tlie IjOit Cane grade school svill have its commencement exercises Tuesday night following the baccalaureate .services tomorrow when the 11 members will make their first formal appearance ns H r <'"hi- ales. Members of the eighth grade class also have had two other cvenls as a part, of the school closing program. The Class Ploy WHS given Tuesday night and the annual ont- ing brought the class lo ulythcville yesterday for a. picnic at Walker Park, a matinee party at Rl'f/. theater and to have their proto- graplv; made.. Marie May is president and Virginia Evans, sccrelnry. Oilier members are Louise May, Thelma Slat- ler, Delphia Hacluuc, Marie Flagg, Ellen Gregory, J. 13. Ixjrren. Bobbie Baker, Paul Benslcy and Haggard Downing. For the baccalaureate service, to IK held at Ihe scliool gymnasium, the Kev. J. W. Howe, pa.slor of the Baptist, church al Manila, will deliver the sermon. The commencement exercises also to be held at (he gymnasium, will be returned with an address by L. H. Aulry. .superintendent of schools in Ihe Burdrltc district The program will be made- up. of n processional; invocation by w P Flowers; cln« song, salutatoriaii address by Ixjnlse rr Lorren; . KV!U " : cl "-' ; -' i prophecy .-,..v.., ^u,.^ propneey, Marie May; cli^s nisior-, Tielma StRtlcr; mtroducllon of spcnko'r W. A. Lewis; commenofmenl address; proseuuilion of diplomas, c. This school. iror s a miles W. A. . Ls iM-inct)xil. Sermons To Challenge You! BY R. SCOTT BAIRD, B. D. "The World's Most Decisive Victory" and "The Companionship Of The Risen Christ." i. m. and 7:45 p. m. THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH &•: CHURCH NEWS FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Slxlli It. S. Biiird, minister vaster Missionary offering will Icdtailed. This offering will be isert for home missions, that '•-• Ihe leaching nnd preaching of " ' ' " Unlltid States he Gospel In the nd Canada. Morning Worship. Decisive Vic'tory." Evening worship, 7:45. This is be concluding service of our Eas- :Iioir will sing, "Hosanna, Loud llnsannn!" The sermon will be The Companionship of the Risen' Everyone is cordially invited to U You are cordially invited to attend the services of this church Visitors in the city 'are especially' welcome. THE CHimCR OP CHRIST West Main Strrct Osar I,. I fays, minister Bible Study 9:50 a. m J'reacliing- 11 a. m. Young People's Class 7:30 n m Preaching ji;00 p. m Bible study Wednesday 8:00 n . ni. MKI: STREET METHODIST CIllJltCH Bali-ij Sliirdy, jiastor Church School 9:50 a. m. Iverson Morns, Supl. Morning worship 10:45 a m 'The Greatest vitory of the Ages"' Tins Ls membership day. All persons wishing to unite with the church will bo welcomed. Several babies will foe baptized. Junior Fellowship, 7 p m Senior Fellowship, 7 p m Intermediate Fellowship, Evening worship 8 p. m. "Two Men Go to femmatis." FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Corner Main ami Seventh Kev. S. B. Wilicrd, pastor 9:45 a. m. Church School. U. S. Branson, Supt. 10:50 a. m. worship service. Pas- lor's subject: "The Risen Christ Is (he Hope ot the World." Special music, C:45 p. in. Youih fellowship meetings. You arc invited lo attend the .iervlces of this church where a welcome awaits you. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH SM'cnlli and Asli streets The Rev. H. C. Simms, pastor Sunday Sliooj 9:45 a. m Morning worship ll:ob a m Radio Program 2:00 p. ni. Christ's Ambassadors 0:45 p m Kvaiigellstlc service 7:45 p m Weekly services Tuesday and Friday nighls. Woman's Missionary council Monday 8:00 p. m. CHIIISTIAN SCIKN01-: SKKVKTS Woman's fluMiousi-, 141C W. Main "Probation Drier Death" is ihe I iuljjcet at the Lesson-Sermon ' .vhicli will ire read i n m, churches and Societies of the church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, April ST. STKHIKVS KI'ISCOVAL CHUIICK Walnut ami Sixlli Streets The Rev. W. Northy Jones or the Episcopal Church in Jonesboro Kill conduct .special foster cominuiilo -service at 4:30 o'clock Sinidav ',/ (ernoon. • '" C'»URCH OF Till.: I^irsl anil Syramurc Streets Hetcltrr Kpruce, p ;ls (or Sunday School opening exercises 10 a. m Chalk IllnstraUon < Lawn iby Rev. Dobson. Morning .service, sermon l )v n fv Uobson, u a. m. ' '"'• N Y. P. S. incllng-, 7:30 ),. m . Closing revival sermon bv n™ Dobson, 8 p. m. ' '"*• Praycmiecliiu.;, Weilnesdav p p. ni. . Missionary meelinus, Wednesd-iv aflcrnoon. ' ' You arc invited to attend \i». special services of tin- revival ineei- Snif, and vvorsliip willi us in all our special and rcijuliir services. ' nitST iMi'Tts'r cumin i f). J, (.Jiasl.'iiu, paslur Sunday school, a:30 a. in. Philip Deer, supl. Shu'rcli. 10:45 a. in. Special Kas- The Golden Text is: "God will redeem my soul from Ihe power or the grace: ror he shall receive me." Psalms 49:15. Among the citations which comprise Ihe Lesson-Sermon is Ihe following from the Bible- "Yea Ihough 1 walk llirongh ih c valley of the shadow of death, 1 will fear no evil: for thou art with me- thy rod and thy simr (|, e y. comfort me." P.salms 23:4. The Lesson-Sermon also include.", the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "As death findelh mortal man, so shall he be after death, until probation and growth shall effect the needed change." p. 291. LUTHERAN CIltmCH nth & Walnut Sis. Robert Biel, pastoi- Ea.slcr setv'KfK with celebration of Holy Communion at 11:00 A. M. Preparatory .service begins nt 10:30 A. M. Theme for this special sermon will be: "Fear Not For Christ Is Risen!" Text: Matt. 211 1-10. Sunday School at 10:00 A M Sunday School Teachers' mcet- inc Thursday at 4:00 P. M. "I nm He that liveth and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for- cvermore." Rev. 1, 18. These words shouW be uppermost in the 'mimls of all Christians during Easter. Be sure to ultend clmrcli Sunday and hear th.-.t glorious Gospel. PIANO, ORGAN and VOICE Classes annnum-ed for SPRING Mrs. .nnrothy W. Fowlslon, B A. SI H M ..ORGANIST * TEACHKR ' Sun rise Easter Service High School Stadium 6:11 A. M. .Sponsored by the MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE Tn case of rain the service will be held in. the First Baptist Church. Compliments Arkino Power ter sermon by pastor. H. T. U., «:15 p. in. J. 1'. Friend, director. Church, T:M p. in. .Sermon |jy BAI'TIST (;HAI'i;i, J.illy Slm.-I Sunday school, !l:;{0 a. in. Kussell Bough, supt; U. T. u., (i:i5 p. m. rirorge Inam, director. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COM) HAV, (lie modern. srir-ii- lilln wave. No heat—No machines. Droji in Cm- tlrlnils. MARGARET'S T5RAUTV SHOP 104 S. First 1'lionc Z5SZ Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Shirts 2:00 MSTEN TO K1.CN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday Serial—"I'm'Is of Nyolia" \'i>. 5 ami Short Kiili.jtM-ts. Continuous Slmwinj; R-.it. I to 11:311 Sunday & Monday Shadow of a Beubl with T(*ros;i Wright Col It'll and Joseph rarammint News Jfr Selected Klmrls .. ROXY Bargain Night livery NtfiJit f.\cv Saturday, 4 •' UON OfTirr Opens • 0:15 Kliuvv Slarls 7;OH j Continuous Shows Sat. and Snn. Sndirdny 'Wild Horse :l!_ With (Tilrit (iilunn antl K'on Knial—"Overlaml Stall" N'n. II ami Slinrl Cnnl, Slmwing Satin, l-.no to ll:Sn.i Sunday ami iMonday LAUREL - HARDY fft DANTE IHE MAGICIA . Fox News and Sborl

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