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PAQE-TWC? BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.V COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1938 Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mre. W. D. McClurkln entertaining Ike Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. Baker Wilson enlcrlainlni; Wednesday Bridge cl\ib. Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church meeting with Mrs. B. J. Allen, 2:30 p. m. j Ladles' Bible Study of Ilic Church of Christ meeting with Mrs. O. 1). Grimes, 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY'S KVENTS Mi's. R., P. Kirshiier' having Thursday Luiicheoii elub; MW-Wccfi Bridge club mretlivj with Mrs.' A Coiiway. Mrs. Jbhtt P. Lent! having Thursday Contract club. Mrs. P. C. Rothrock entertaining Thursday;-'Afternoon club. Mrs. Ross Stevens Imvlng Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian .cnUrch at 2:30 p. m. Jewish Ladies' AH meeting \vitli Mrs. I. Rojenthal, 8:0a p. in. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive Board or Woman's Missionary Union of Flrsl Baptist church meetui" at 2:30' p .in. at iiolltc of Mrs. John nurlinnati wit? Mis'. Jess Seaman us co-hostess. Junior Woman's dub mcetlnc »i club' house:: Woman's Aiixlllhry of First Pros- byTefiaiV chilrch meeting with Mrs Fred Saiideful-, 2:31) p. in. Ladles' Bible Class of First Meth odist church' meeting .-it lloiiie o Mrs. w. A. Stlckmon \viih Mrs. u Armstrong co-host&ss nt 7:30 p.n! FLAPPER FANNY , By Sylvia -. COPR O388YNCA5CRVICC. INC. T. M SCC U. 5. PAt. OF;. — I Jits of News Mostly Personal [{UMiCll Plltlllps IS (lllCIKllllg tf HKlnes'i in Memphis today. Mrs. n. !•'. Klrslincr lia.s urrlvci ionic Iroin Omaha, Nch., where ho visited her fiillier. the llev Frank G. Smith. Mr. mid Mrs. A. G. Little ni' leiKllhg Ihe day In Memphis. Aiming the BlylhoViHe people li Meinplikt last nluhl Tor the Goldei love Toiirimment were; W. V Alexander. V. G. Holland', Warns Jackson, Parnswcrlh Blnck, Sain ncl F, Nonis, Carl Davis, Ton Phillips, and Dick Kobcrti;, K. C. Pat ton attended to bus! nc^s In Memphis Monday. Mi's. George ft. Cnlhoiin, < Niifhvillc, Tcnn., .who has been vlrjling her daughter, Mrs. Russell Phillips, and fiiniily. is in Ihe Memphis hospital for treatment: for !i week. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tiorncr have mo\'c:| from their home on 1 Walnut, rcct lo make thch 1 home in Ma- ntlii where they formerly lived. Mrs. Ed Anderson, who has liceil' Galio Is I'o Give Audilions To Opera Hopefuls Missionary Is To Speak Here Have rrojrressivc 1'arty. Miss Mary Frances Gucrhi. Mis Mnrjoric Warren, Mies Wyn-.'U Shepherd, Miss Sara Evrnrd, Mis Bonnie Jeanne Buchnnnn. Mis SiiG Riuhey, Miss Mnrion Toinj: kii'is, and Miss Winifred Craw ford,- members of the S. S. D. O club had a progressive week-en party which began Friday nigl when SlIsB Shepherd entertained the group for supper at the Palace; cafe. The next affair took the group to • Ihe home of Miss Marjorio vJa'rren for a midnight luncheon and a bunkins party, which wns followed Saturday by a breakfast at Miss Crawford's home. Saturday morning, the members ol % thc club skated until luncheon when they were tho guests of Miss Marion Tompkins at (he Rustic inn. This was followed by "I thnu^hl l!ud wasgoin'to'be your steady ila'tc." "Uli-huh! Ijvanf Onc_\vlirj's slciuU'ciioiigh to drive home niter a parly." MEMPHIS, Teh. I—Ail admlr- lile opportunity for young singer. f the Mld-Soulli lo break into rand opera has been offered by Wliinc Gnllo, fji'ratiut pera lin]>ri> ;arlo of the' 20lh century, who jiliiij.'i his San Carlo Opera Com- lany to the Memphis Auditorium r or four performances, "Carmen 'La Tosca 1 ," "Faust," and "La Trav- sta," on Thursday. Friday and Saturday nights, anil Saturday matinee. lu a world wide search for talent which opens in Memphis Ihls week, director Gallo will slajc auditions for slnsl'i'o wl>« have special talent and who desire lo become opera stars. Applications for aiiillllons can he sent lo Ihc Auditorium aiKl wil be turniKl over lo Carlo Peronl conductor of the Sail Carlo Opei OomnaiVy Symphony OrchesU \ when he arrives Thursday. Gallo hopes to Hurt good singeis in the section (hat tins (iro:iiicc: such stars as Grace Moore am 'Mtiry McConnlc. Many young; .sing ers have mounted the ladder t< fame In Ihc Metropolitan Open Company and '.• the concert stag roi^h the JissisUince of Gallo, While Ihese preparations wer belli* adviinccd, licket sale;: for II'- . , , . torn, operas moved forward rapidly J»pan™c invasion of Chma. am! Ihc heavy demands for resor- valions indlcalc Ihat (his will he one of Ihe brighter!, opera seasons In recent years. Several new Blurs, particularly Mnru Caslayna. who will sins Ihe the boys with nml Manuals. their Fred leader, gave a talk on The Value Funeral Services Held For I. K. Patterson 'Ilio Rev. Herman Klein, Luther an nmr.ionai'y lo China, for the past l(i years, will uive an illustrated lecture on Chinn at the Lutheran church, Sixth and Walnut :;trcct:i, tomorrow night at elRht o'clock. The. Hev. Mr. Klein has ju.st returned (o tills country with his family because of the \ A meeting of the Dyess Center. 4-H Club was held Wednesday 1 evening-, January 26, at 7:00P! M. There were twenty Club members present and tliree local leaders. The meeting was called to order by James Jacobs, president. Group singing was led by' the Song Captain. After renewing the 4-H Club Emblem and repeating the pledge, ! a short business meeting was held. .Harold Humble, vice-president, offered suggestions for increasing at- endance at the Club meetings, rtrs. Hatlie Gosslin snd Mrs. Lloyd Cox gave some helpful suggestions on improving the Club. Each Club member was given a 4-H Record Hook and Manual by lis respective project by either E. I II. Burns, County Agcrjty or Miss Incx Klnraid. Home Demonstration Ascnt, Also, The South Mississippi County 4-H Yearbook*; were distributed. Mr. Hums discussed . (he plans for the 4-H Club year, and Miss Kincald gave instructions On hand- line projects and project records. HOLLAND, Mo. - Funeral sm- ices were; held Friday afternoon for I. K. Patterson, well known Holland resident, who died of ft. heart attack. He is survived by Ills wife, two daughters, Mrs. Helen Cole, and Opal, one son, II. II. Patterson, and a stepson. Jess Whitt. Services were held at his home with the Rev. Depriest, officiating. Interment wns made at file Colcnian cemetery. A 3(M-foot rci'WHii, in W<ll county, Calif, Is Ilic t:no«a tret- in the world. Ilum- tnllost a matinee party at Ramey was hostess. which Miss the First Presbylcrlan church In n meeting at Ihe home of Mrs. C. R. Bnbcock. This will continue •rhourih Friday wilh Mrs. Riven Allen iis liosless lo the sron|> Tuesday, Mrs, 11. J. Allen, Wednesday;. Mrs. noss StcvoiiB, Thursday; Mrs. Fred Sandcfur, Friday. Fourteen wcro present ut Ihc first meeting when Mrs. Sandefiir, for- misslon secretary, had ulmrgc of the program and Mrs. B. R. Allen i'«<l the ilei'oltuiHil. The subject ot both the in'ogram and devotional was "Stand-By." • * + To Have llliiRi) l'arly ! Mrs. Fred Child and Mrs. Frank Caudle will be Hostesses nt the 'I'MO parly lo be given hy the AHar Society of the immaculate Conception Thursday night, 8:00 o'clock, at (lie Catholic Hall. Osceola Society — Personal 111 for several days, l» now able to l)c up. Mrs. Wnrren JucKsoivhas retilrn- rd from a week's visit \vlllv friends In New Orleans. Among the Blyihcvlllc 1 people in Ridgely. Tcnn.. Sunday for the , tuueral services of Mi's. Frances 11C. Moore, who died Saturday at ' QIC home of her son, Rcece Moore, and Mrs. Moore. Were Mr. and | Mrs. L. T. Moore an<l son, L. T. I jr., Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Moore and I FOIL Joe Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. , Recce Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wade Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rlevcs .and Mrs. Hnincr Tufcker. lending role in ".Carmen" Thursday night, will make .their debut on the Auditorium stage, anrt ninny old favorites, especially Dimitri Ono- frcl and Bitincin Saroya, \vi|l lie welcomed by t a large crowd. A HI Club 'News Notes At the Hospitals Mrs. J. O. Anderson; of Wilson, is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. II. A. Girdle yaud Mrs II. C. Johnson, or Osccoia, have lieen admitted to the Memphis Baptist hospital. F. J. Sigler, of Hayli, was taken to (he Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. C. M. Loftiu, of Manila, has been admitted 1 to the Memphis Baptist hospital; Bladder weakness -Getting Up Nights When you 1 have to get up two or lllrce times (luring the night it's often it sign of bladder (rou- ble—that kidneys arc not flushing out adds and poisons as they should. You may or rimy not have symptoms such as a dull aching back, moist palms, scanty- high colored. Irritating urine, but if you are wise you'll net busy nnd start las- lug Ramon's Brownie Pills for ihc kidneys at once. 35c at all druggists. Tlw Etowah 4-H Club was called to order at 10:00 A. M. Thuvs- „„, -j t - „ t \ l «"UUI II \, 1W.UU i\. Ill, 1 LLlll O ballet performance will be presented ( , ny ]norujngi j aium ,-v 27. by the with three of the operas. "Carmen. p m i tlcul _ ,, T . cuinpbcll. The "Faust," nna."La iraviata. j E01 , B cnvln ' a ^ Ai i ecn Ciim ,,i )e ll. led Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miller spent! UK: week ond in Dyersljiirsf, Tenn., I ns (he gucsli; of their dauRhlcv, i Mi'p. J'. Paul Bnlnl and Dr. Balrd. I Mr. and Mrs. W. Cl. Hathcrn and ' .••.on. Walter Giirlaml, ol Cnnton, were guests ot her mother. Mrs. W. L. Moore, SiUurdiiv alul Sunday. Scout News Boys — Girls The election oi C'.-^y olficiTs t'i i | :-rve diirlnz scout -week -was cmi- j Mi 1 , and Mrs. 13. J. ncaton. who have been ill from Influenza, are now much Improved. Mrs. w. Si. Robinson returned, to ' t linued Monday nighl by T'vcop l>cr home in Cti|)= Oirnrdeau Mo'n--|\i[ (he Boy Scouts In a meeting nt day after a week's visit with her ' UK- Christian church social hall, m 'her. n'j's. A!. Ivl Biltt, aud The office of.police captain will family. Her daughter, Susan; will p-n turnsd over to Harold Dozier <ui ply the group in singing "Arkansas", ! After reviewing the -1-H Club Ern> blcm and repealing Ihc Club . Pledge, plans for the year's work rwcro discussed hy E. 11. Burns, county Agent. Miss Inez Kincaid, j Iloine Demonstration Agent., dls- icussrd projects and project records ' lo the e'l'Is, and D. V. Malocll, j AfdJtant County Audit, assisted FOWLER DRUG CO YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST QlLLD Evcrytliing for your enter* tninntcnt and comfort. Admission Matinee I0c & 21k Ailhiissiou NifilH Ilic .& SCc MEN LOVE GIRLS WITH PEP ^mwTau^^'SL^H.T ~ '""BlylheSne;wh^her ^ I ^"M wljen 'to Boy Scoita ^ ' "^'^ ^^^ -^Hn- The progressive weekend of the S.JJS. D. O.'s was 'brought .to tv conclusion with a ust.dpE supper Saturday night at (he 'home of Mlfe Buchanan. Announces \Vcddlng Plan'; Miss Mary Virginia Arnold, of Slcmphis, announoed Monday the date and plans for her wedding to . Sheldon Daniel Hall. The wedding will take place Saturday, February 20 ut the Second Presbyterian Church, of Memphis aC nine o'clock in the moming. The Rev. Robert H. McC.islin will perform the ceremony. The bride-elect- will be Riven in marriage by her father, Charles M.' Arnold, and will be attended by. her. sister, Miss Shirley Martin Arnold as maid of lionov, and her cousin, Miss . Elizabelh Ann Willey of Marlanna, Ark., bridesmaid. Miss Arnold fa the daughter of Mi', and Mrs, Charles Martin Arnold of Mcmjiliis. She was educated at Miss Hulcbison's School, and is one of Ihc best known amateur dancers in that city, having appeared in ths casts of the Junior League Revues ami Beaux Art Balls. Mr. Hall, son of Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Hall, was educated at Texas A. and M., College Station. Texas. The couple will make their home hci'c where Mr. Hall is connected with the Federal Compress Warehouse company. Tlie w-occcds of Ihls party will RO »«" \ J' 1 "^ ntitll'omai, rmid of the church. l'»st I i«e dj deiv of Caruthefsvillc, MO:, has been with Mrs. Moore for l.he past Iwo weeks, during the Inltcv's Illness from a sinus- Infection. Mr. mid 1 Mrs. G. B. Scgraves have '»' Hot SprhiRS for the cuts arc moving into their new i their week's rule of Ihe city. At Ihe home. She will return tomorrow, same time, Lloyd Ward will art as accompanied by Mrs. A. M. Butt first police lieutenant • and Russell and Miss Ruth Butt. i Fnrr as second'police lieutenant. Jock O'Kcefc ir, in Forrest City r The position of nr<\ captain will today because of the illness of a •', \I K filled by Llbs'd Flonrmii and nto cross, iiiriws and H laiercsimi. Men tion't iih n , BO ,Vr £w < in"toTim men won't t quid" tiri*. 0 il ro n sV-'Sn n comnound. n relative. Dick Reid, son of Mr. and Mrs. presented Monday afternoon at the Robert McIIancy and Allen like will serve as a Merman. aiiV- At a previous eleetioji^'Mclvm - Halsell n-ns elected police chief.'ami William Guerln, cily judge. . •iiceUng of the Wonum'x Missionary union of the First Baptist church. The Baptist, Missionary unions are Ihls year celebrating their fiftieth year of existence. 'Ihc president, of the union. Mrs. Harry Brooks, explained the i>iir- cosc and Mrs. Marlon William:!. Ihc thr.mc of the Golden Jubilee, folleuiiiK which the group the Golden .lutilce sons. The goals that have been set up for the Small and Mrs. Jesse Kccder lold n Jobiice story. Prayers were of- as ! ferert by Mrs. Will Rogers, Mrs. ' Harry Brooks, and Mrs. Walter Bishop. A collection for Ihe benrlit ol the Golden Jubilee was tnlicn air.oiv; the 1 rm members iireienti. Have Joint .Mcelini; The Senior Woman's Foreign Missionary Society an:l Ihc Young Woman's Missionary Society of the First Church of the Na74irene tielci a joint meeting Thursday night when they were entertained at the honie of Mrs. J. L. Tyrone. The meeting was opened with a group song aiul n prayer by Mrs. Harold Thompson. Following this. Mrs. O. A. Dunavant rc.id a letter from the district president, Mrs. S. Fitkins. in which the reported on the socd. work accomplished in 1937. After a brie' dlscarv.ion of t'.ie work for this year, the 20 yuer.tiuti _' 11ie were served a r,ali\U 'plate V.y the 1 f^fB-' hoElesses, the Rev. Kuplu D. rje?.?- ley; Mrs. Hnrold THo'm^.wn, Mrs. Ray Whife; aM Mrs. Tyrone. Home Demonstration Group Holds Luncheon Representatives from ten Home' Demonstration clubs of the county J mel Saturday fof a luncheon at the] niylricville Woman's Cliib. for Iheir regular monthly session of the Home Demonstration Council. A committee composed of Ihe i presidents of Ilic clubs was aske'il Jubilee «erc discussed by Mrs. Ray. to meet at an early date for the mrposc of criticizing tho yearbooks, vhlch' have just been made. At tl\2 r «8SCstioiv of Mrs. Russell Grceii- way, of Dell, the council adopted yellow and green ;\s their colors and 1 Tans were made for bc^htyiug I'.vcparallons fur the county fair. A committee of Mrs. M. \v. l.-.wis. Mrs. O. R. Redford and Mis. p. H. .lairolt. was asked lo contact the mrdwarc dealers to ask if they would guarantee to stock (he «i- lillill iars which have been adopted liy Ihc Fair Association. Miss Ccleninu. home demonslra- tion a<;cnl, shouctl tlio council Ihc dislics whicl'i Irad been purchased from Ihc Christmas- fund. It «ns announced that (he council, with Ihe Woman's Club, nrc nou- jolnt cwnrrshln of service for SO pccplo. She al.'^o loljl tlie Council that (here Was a possibility of the Di,strlcl"Fcderatlon,cnlcrlalninR Mrs. Roosevelt this spring and thai It might be thai they' ccnld be co- icsleascs. A numlior of Ihe members cx- Tsscd the desive lo lake special instructions from Miss Sybil D. nates, extension specialist in home nduslvics. In makin-; quilts and bcdsr-roads. It was announced Hut Miss Conant. extension nutritionist. Would be here in April, May, and ,Iime. Soilw of- (he clnlw a.'krrt llnl. she give demonstrations in <ynntity cookery. As of former year*, thr Rivincil will have for the main objective the livn-.il.-lioiliB prnrfcsnl and will ,',o- Hcit as many contestant.', as pos-,1- Wn Ix DIP ""Phot to P.-osppr" -311- liwl ol the Commercial Ap'.wal. Jiickson were in Memphis Satindoy lo sec Hay Jackson who is ill wilh arthritis at Ihe William ten hotel. He Is Improving. Hnrold Sudbury. who was injured In an aulomobilo accident two weeks Ago. is now convalescing at his home oil chickasawha avenue. onjpra which vrnmrn must rnilurp. 1 Moke n nnlfi NOW lo get n hottle of world- famous Pirtkham's Compound today WITH- .Otll' I'AIl. fn.m youi drut; s ijt--mor<! llian a »iilf(oii women have, written fh Icltcra re- l WJiy ni>t i,g LVPIA B. PIMKIIAM'S IVEUbl'MlLi; COMPOIINUJ Duvslilcr Born. A clanghler Wire born lo Mr. and Mrs. .1. Kick Thomas jr., of Memphis, laic Sunday night at the Mr.urihlr, Mclhcdisl hospital, the i.-.iby. who weijhs fix and 11 half pounds, has not yd been mimed. Mr. Tiir,m;\s' p.ucnls wenl down vrslprday 'o ::eo their griintldnug!!- and|ter and Mrs. Thrmas remained Itr a k'o weeks sf.lv v.liile Mr. Ttiom- icturncd humc this morning. I "N" Clrapt'fr of r. K. o. to nrcct The "N" plinptrr of Ihe r. F,. O will meet tonlfihl :il the home ol Mrs. W. L. Homer ;*t 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Hatty W. H.ilnrs will be In charge of tile program. Is Filrtr's Theme A pictorial film on "Money Management" produced by A. Lawscn Brown. Investment expert and lecturer, was presented at Ihc meeting of the Business and Professional Woman's club Monday uiglil at the Hotel Noble. The film, which Iv.ul for its purpose (lie (caching of youni; people lo save money, wa:; shown by A. II. Knfz. of Memphis, and L. E. Old, of Blytheville. Following Ihc film. Miss Lou Slnicn talked to the group on "You Need Character." In the business meeting, the slogan "Every meinber jet n member" wns adopted to aid In enlarging the membership of the organiznlion. Mrs. Tillie Ogle and Miss Lily Crenz;. ol St. Louis who are here with the Rice Sttx factory. Mis; Modina Massey and Miss Roberta Cloves were guest's ol the club nt this meeting. HESEUS TOBACCO TOTHEMAU Street Mcrts O. Shnw li'.e only visitor when 15 members of Woman's Missionary Society of the Luke Street Mclhotlis! rhurrh m?l Monday afternoon at the church for a luKtiiess meeting. The devotional wiis Ird by Mr... LJyinmicr, follnwiuc wl.i^h .en Van Winkl* 1 ro.id tin* feriU'ii'c. rraycis were offered by Mrs. V/. t.. Gri:sne. Mi s. Alvin Reagan, and Mrs. V. M. S«wl. Mcthoflist Society Jlcrls Mrs. A. C. Haley conducted the devotional at the meeting of the Wortta n's Missionary society of the First Methociist church Monday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Haiey also discussed plans for the spiritual life and message groups for the coming yeaf. r>n» t'oinmits Suiridr 'WEST I-fAHlLWOOl.. Eiulund CUI')—A small black dos. apnjr- cntly tired of life, commuted Mii- ctrtc here, 'the doj walked rlo-.vly across the Union Dork lo thr quay- side and gawd dejeclcdly into the A- n . f >,* v*> v' j u .. * jWlf ' F0r a fcw nilmit«s it waited. A Ibt of hoo^S to bo used by the | ( | ier , pi mw ed over, mission sludy couVse tins urcsent- A iwrasit^ fly, (he rhyssa. can bore a hole iu tho hardest wood \vllli its oviiwstflv: tr.is ovlpnslor i; ns Ihln and flexible ns a hair and several times Ihe hody length ol the rhyssn. For'Raw'Throat Gargle With The Antiseptic That Wins Standard .3 to I The inimilo ym:r Ihrwit fccia ilry ,-iH'l r c.-iixio ivini tiwniiuscwic Hi« nrri MM ;.ins',! rRfl'Avrtilo. It'sO 3tlmrsnioroa,-fU 7x>nUo(riTft rrh'rrin ^ «^y^ in VliitlsnrcoVI Brrnis— "I firtnr!! r:> inrrea-scs n'.Nmi:i Want lo sell ilrick Bids;. 011 Nnrlli 2nd St. Real lurfaln (or prrm.i- nent investment, O. O. ('anilill ed by Mrs. I/, L. Jfubener. Thirty seven members of the organization Mtere present at thisi meeting. .-.-••, - •• •'•*... t AuxiliMy Begins Foreign M^issiqn -- Sl-ndj;-' A i;eek of. prayer and self .denial for. fori!l.?ii : liiissl'phs with hp'jcinl emphasis on China and conditions IJo,uld,- TableU Salve, Nose Drops checks COLDS and FEVER firsf day Headache, 30 lllilUltfS. there teis Started Monday^after- |try,' i "Kub-My-Tism"-Worl(l's ' tlie.Woman's Auxiliary of I.luimcnl G M C1 1 A Ton Truck Excellent condition. A real buy. Only §160.00 iind §29.00 pm' month. 5Ut & Walnut I'honc 810 Main & 1st Vhonc 141 with' TONIGHT 'Urasning Hollywood' Lee Tracy and Woodbury. Joan Also selected starts. . JIalitlCe lOd Xijht Ific ,'i Z6c; ' Weds. - Thurs, But Branch Bobbin, like so many other independent experts, prefers Luckies... 'y\T AUCTIONS in my warehouse -iViii Farmvillc, North Carolina," says Mr. Branch Bohhitt, "Lucky Strike buyers know what tobacco they want ami they'll keep bidding right up uniil they get it. "Well —in a cigarette— it's the tobacco that counts. I know tobacco and I know what tobacco is in what cigarettes. So that's one reason I've smoked Luckies for over five years now." Many other ex-ports agree with Mr. Bobbin. Sworn records show that, among independent tobacco experts, Luckies have twice as many exclusive smokers ;is have aH the. other cigatcttes combined. Again America is oti lli c Much raramoiin't's Roaring Romance nt Ihc Winning of Ihe West. Tlio mightiest adventure Romance ever fihlli-ii: \vitli .TOEf, McCREA, J|OR EUKNS, FRANCES DEK, IXO.VU NOI AN. ilenry O'Neill, 1'orlcr Hall. Kol'crt Cummiugs, Halph ^lorcan, Alary Nash ™d Jo)in Alack Brown. Paramount News Comedy. I'opcyc Admission Matinee IKc & 2lic Admission Night ICc ft Me Coining Soon; HO1.T,Y\VOOn HOTEI, SFANNEQU1N STACK DOOK KVKKVI»AV'S A HOMDAV ROXY Afftntsslon Always lOo A ZG° Show every night. Matinees t'ri- tl»3*, Saturday A Snnttay Only. Friday & Sunday Rlatinccs start 2: IS p.m. Saturday C'oillinuous showing from 1 to lt:.(0 p.m. shon-s start 6:15 p.m. HAVE YOU HEARD "THE CHANT OF THE TOBACCO AUCtlONIER" ON THE RA01O J Wlien you do, remember Ihol luckies us« th« fmeil lotocto. Ainl.also thai lite "looitins" Protejs istnovfls csrlain liarih irrilonti lound irt nil tobacco. So tiKklei at« kind lo Y«<" Intopl, :*• WITH MEN WHO KNOW TOBACCO BEST-IT'S LUCKIES 2 TO 1 Tue.-Wed.-Thur. PAL NIGHTS! 2 adults a(imit(cdfor t!ic price of 1 2 children admitted lor price of 1 wilh Wayne Gibson and Scolt alton Also selected shorts

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