The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 3, 1934
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crc ELVTHEVILUS, (ASK.)- COUBIEB NEWS : Social Calendar ; 'MONDAY'S EVENTS ^Woman's auxiliary First PJTS- ,, byterlan church meeting at 3 Church, 2.30 p. m. " ; Woman's missionary society First MetKodtet church ,••meeting at church, 2'30 [> in Bapflst W. M. O. meets al clnjreh at 2:30 Monday afternoon (or a Mission Lesson. TUESDATS EVENTS , City council P. T. A. meeting at ' high ;school auditorium. Mrs W. Lton Smith having Tuesday, Bridge club. Young Matrons club . meet Ing ultli Mrs Dixie Crawford. ' . WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS 5 Delphian meeting Hotel Noble, . 8 30 a m •'••' :••" | J THURSDAY'S "EVENTS / Mrs. F. B. Joyncr having Tliu'rs- J. day Contract club. f Thursday Luncheon club ineet- I ing with Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs W. .L. Horncr having Mlrt- 1 Weekl Bridge club. I FRIDAY'S LVENTS Hassan-Dunham wedding to bo f solemnized nt .Hassan home, 7 p. m. Compliments Dauchter j Mrs., W. C. Leggetl compliinenl- ,-i ed her daughter, Miss Mario, with ,, a party Thursday evening because „' It was her birthday. ', Bronze, yellow and white chrys- t \ anthcmums were used to decorate • the house. The 16 guests showered the j guest of honor with gifts before i. the.: bridge game In which Miss I Evelyn Blythe won high score I prlzfe, __hoslcry, and Mrs. Eddie B. 1 David, the cut prize, lingerie. 1 Ay piate lunch was served. f His; Parly . \ ,< MJ-yand Mi's. Henry Hood en- 5 tertaijjed 20 guests with a parly i Wednesday evening at their home c i on Missouri Avenue. f There was bunco and dancing rf for • entertainment. In -the bunco ^ games Miss Nell Doiijlas and Fred f. Boy* Won high: scores and the low {• score . prizes west to Miss Mary u ' Tanpw and Vcrn Rimer. Chill, mince meat and pumri- x iln-plcs and coffee were served , , .... , Scoots Entertained ' ^ Glrl Scouts of- -Armorcl, f with Miss Clarice 'Kennedy us « leader, were entertained by the Blythevllle. scouts Thursday afternoon at Haley field. Miss Mary j Emma, Hood is leader of the local .group nie r- morej scouls were taught how to make stores from cans. ' ed with cold drinks. J .1- * * f : 1 HJS,. Club .i jj , *5? Baker .Wilson -was guest of >r °"'cr aim wile, Mr. and 1 li"'^ F Kirshne r when she had Dollc » Frllchard, this week. I the i-Thursday Luncheon club S'«e " Tl '" '"'"— *'•' ' "•- • .1 used autumn flowers to decor..... ---- lt - la IV HLXOiUt: luncheon tables where l ° course men u wns served Mr Blending Modes Mrs. J. T. Hall and son, Jhn- inle, arc .spending the weekend at Ilenmndo and Tunica, Mies., with relatives. *iunv utuuw, u:is a. in. Thos. Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Lynch spent , B ogim, Supl. New class for adults yesterday in Memphis. w " h " lc "i*t">- <"•• '»••- .-..,.._ The Ilcv, Stuart II. Salmon spent Friday In Memphis. —~ & nui.iijjjj .-.uivicc u a. in. The licv. V. ' B., Butterworth, Sermon by the pastor on "NO i.-iv«t nhriciio.i CONDEMNATION." Irene Bordonl wears this striking felt hat that combines the most flattering lines of the trlco.™ and beret, ivitli Informal afternoon u^.^v, ,,jm uiiuuiKii IllltlllOOn The glycerine readier Is placed to give an alluring lonvnrd over the left eye. sweep Bits oj News Mostly Personal CHUKCH OF CHRIST Cuurl lloiue Auditorium N. S. Taylor, A!lnls(er Sunday school, 10 a. m. Sermon, 11 a. m. Scrinon loplc: ''The King's Lnsl Command" The minister will hold services at Half Moon nl 3 p. In There will be no night service but, all arc Invited to the mommy service. ... , iiuiterworih, "<••"""" "3 uie now pastor of Hie First Clii'fsllaii CONDEMNATION, church, Hdcwlccl to business In Yoi>"8 People's Memphis yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. l>. Friend and m .°." »l>, Mr. nnd Mi's. W. i). and .son, and J. c. Cavanaugh loll last night for Pincville, La,, A " to attend the Louisiana College- " lesc Stecle-Cooter Society ^— Personal Mrs. F. E. Waters has returned from u visit with her son and its wife, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Waters, of St. Louis. Miss MnrJorlG Moore, of Jackson, Tenn., is the house guest of Mrs. Sam Brooks and daughters, Nina and Ruby, nnd Miss Mar- grcle McCliirc this week. Mrs. Rex Hughes jr., who lias been In Memphis at the bedside of her husband al Veteran's Hos- >ltal, is visiting Mends In Cooler IKUICV itv/uu is JCllCier Ol tllC 10- >'*Jnni»i iMi;iLU3 ML VUVJILL >1 igroup'/;•::;;;-..•;; : . ;.....,.: ..*.,<. before, going., to" -.llio homo of her Games were' pliycd'and'tlie Ur- l s '- liei fe' r "'Mr, apd ?Mrs. Sam :Mc- Adarns, at Tyler. r ;Lloyd Dodrt, of Illi is the ~~ ••«*«i viniat . :!•;. :. •; ;•.*-'*«J.M uyvitt, . ui ^iiiJiui.*), ia uiU wctners were roasted,- and. "scrv- S'ldst of'Mr; and Mrs. Cieorgu Gll- ChridtUn-Laferncy Mrs Mary LaFerney and r J«mes W. Christian were united ccr ^"°"V lard and family this week. Miss Ruth' Prltchard, of Martin, Tenn., ts the guest of her Jrotlior and wife, Mr. and Mrs. The Ladles Aid and the Young Ladies' Clnss, of Cooler Bnptist church, gave a hallowc'cn carnival' -.1 the Gym Wednesday night. Mr. and Airs. Parker Colcman :inve left for their home at Loiiy Dcach, Cal., after a month's visit here. Mrs. Frank Guthrie nnd children, i,vho have been visitors in Ibis vicinity the pasl three weeks, ^TiT* ^ SSt eveIll "S "I 'he home lofl - Sunday for their home n 01 the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pas- L 05 Angeles, Calif. . er, pastor, of the First Baptist church who performed, the 'ring 'service The bride wore a model of block transparent velvet trimmed with »mt« satin collars and deep cuffs and her corsage was ol Talisman roses, and baby breath. Her only attendant was Miss Geneva Stallings who wore a tro^n *ool swagger suit trimmed in dyed squirrel. Mr Max Christian was his brother's best man. Mrs. Christian, who is the - ..-.„. uiiuauHii, WHO Is the I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis i LaFerney, of Yarbro, Iras been in j the beauty shop business here for *, a number of years. The bridegroom, who is the son of Mr and Mrs. W. V. Christian, *• Is n foreman at Dycss colony. >} Mr Christian and liis bride will t be sjt home in the Simon apart*> ments { ' » • ^ To ( Haic Japanese ' Tea-Party Monday Turns New Leaf In Fashion Book -•-,. Missionary- Society, of the Christian church will have a "mrsaay. Japanese Tea. Party at; the home! Mrs. Raymond Jenkins and cliil- o! Mrs Georec W. narh,™ -...rtrun t»v. ,-„,.,—., ,-,-:,.. , . Mr. and Mrs. Gnrvcn May an- nouticc the birth of a seven pound daughter, . Shirley Dean,. al their home Friday ol last week. Mrs. May is the former Miss "Mienion Vick. Mrs. idn Smith lias been returned home from the Memphis Methodist Hospital, where she underwent treatment. Her condition Is improved. Mr. and Mrs. c. T. Lewis jv spent Thursday in Memphis vls- illng friends. Howard Muschell Hnmrn has returned to his home in Blythcvllle after a visit with his grandparents,' Mr. and Mrs. C. P. "Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Outline, of Poplar Bluff, nnd mother, Mrs R J. Guthrie, of Lake City, Ark spenl the last week end here with' Mrs. Ruth Lawhon nnd Miss Eu- mce Gulhrlc. Mrs. Guthrie returned home with her sou for r weeks visit In Poplar Bluff. N. Koury and Jack Mnnnliig transacted business in Memphis Thursday. f™*^ ? e ° f e« 'W. "iJarham u , 2 30 -Monday afternoon .- with a dlsptaj of real Japanese hand work, There will be a program on oriental Americans. ' " • « ... C!«s JHu IA New Teacher Mrs V. E. "Butterworth is the new teacher of the Golden Rule Sunday school class of the First Christian church. have returned to'their h ulllt iruthersville aflcr a visit here m the home of Mr. and Mrs' S H Martin. The Junior Play,: "Antiques ol Andrew,' stxmsored by Mrs. T A " J given ' ' ' Loyalty Revival Will Clow Tomorrow Night W. -- jr _ r _ The last Mee<t night senlcc ol the J^oyalty Revival at the First B*plist church V,ill be held tonight with pictures of the Holy City, of a trip to Cairo over the B. L. I. Homecoming game today. Mrs. Toby Long who has been seriously 111 is now lietlcr. Mrs. W. Leon Smith, Miss Julia Jarleton Sims nnd Mrs, Rodney L. Banister went to Memphis yes- U'rday accompanying Mrs. J. A, Perdue, mother or Mrs. Smith, who returned to her home in Pine Unit iifler a tsvo weeks stay here liuvlni; come over esi>eclally for tlie U. D. c. convention. Mr. iiiul Mrs. Gutlirie King have .nkcn a Shouse apartment and Mr. and Mrs. Norberl Spalrtlng lave taken the P. c. Douglas rcs- dcnee formerly occupied by Mr and Mrs. King. Miss Margaret Pride and Oliver ' Coppcdge, Mrs. Allan Walloii 11. C. Knappcnbeiger left yesterday for Champaign for the Illinois-Army jjamc. Mrs. Mary 13. Thaeker l',,\s returned lo Little nock after spending several weeks in the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Ii.- pfli and Mr. POX, on Hcarn SI'-- ' ' : ' Mr. nnd Mrs. james IltU'.jV' ''"•I Mr-nnd Mrs. K. D. Carpenter • ic in Champaign for the lllinois- Anny gmiie. W. FIKST M. K. CllllitCII Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Preaching, n a.m. by L E 'full Subject: "God's House ami Mine." Young People's services, G:45 p.m. There will be no evening preach- In? service. 1'II.mtlM MJTIIKHAN CIIUKCI! H. J. Kleiiiriitnst, Pastor "Open Bible Sunday" in commemoration of Luther's translation or the. Bible, 400 years ago, will be observed loinorrow Sunday school, 0 a.m. Morning worship, lo a.m. Thome of sermon, "The Open Bible " ilton : B lel)nrt "is h{ Cliinn- l'»'8i>, I", for the weekend hav- "8 gone up especiallv for the in inols-Army game loday ' 8 ' " D ' Chninbll '> «'«! Mrs. „"'•. - i.ols u '' " y Mrs. Tom Little, Mrs Wunderlich, P. B . Joyner luu ' e sono-to the Vcr gone l ,g B , s „ p(ltlcnl at u of ' Slel ' rick llilvc 1.1 A one-leaf costume lo wiii tlio 0. K. of Hie slrictcst censor is lln's^oiie, worn finite becomingly by Miss Lowell Winter, dancer, on a sunny bcacli at Kan Fran- risco. r, Lowell's nil'dressed up in a'phllodemlron iinpertalis leaf Mint lilo.ncls—or does it? .cpnulcls wllh a split skirl. t *-" ...,^n H\J- uiiiiL 11 ure -....v^, cixi iiiasicnnir He ivns brought to (he office o[ s , Tllis falsehood should strit, D. t: r, rv,^,, ii,... -...^.j , evil of all prctensioivs llio nnlv power of evil is to destroy S, II. ran u cvcr dj ,,, roy o(]c ^ ^ former, spread over lhe drug store and Into the hotel that Is located above. Mr. and Mrs. Orndy Hughes are in /Arkodclnhia, Ark., visiting relatives. Mrs. Armclia Cooper has returned home iifler an extended visit with relatives nt Cnsa, Ark. Ode McOowrten is making an extended visit in Casa. Ark., will! his mother and other relatives. J. A. Combs, ot Ficclcricktown is spending Hii s neck here or. business for the _Ncw York Life Insurance Company. SKCONI) HAl'TIST CllllltClI W. Main ut 18th Street J. T. Itenfro, I'astor Bible School, 9:45 a. m . Thos. «l . tlle Pastor as teacher begins Morning worship service 11 a. m. Young People's Meeting, B p m Evening worship, 7 o'clock Scr- oMv w 8 ^.' 10 ' °" " THINK Special music. All people cordially welcome to services. Mid-week service Wednesday,' 7 P. m. , KLCN broadcast Al 3 Bible Class, li:30 ,>.,„. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, . 193-1 ; A 1 ". 0 ! I 1 I* <>« when I am in, Andjj) w >HI«I lie is nfar, ijccausc I iiiian: Me'? mine, lie's mine, lie's mine!" Former Steele Pastor Called lo Union Church STEELE, MO.—Rev. A. B. Sadr Her, until recently pastor of ^;ie Steele Baptist church, has '"accepted a call to the pastorale of the First Baptist church at Union, county scat of Franklin county, « miles west of St. Louis, liu and Ills family will leave Tuesday for llieir new home. • Hold Services for Child LUXOHA, Ark.—Funeral services for R. Lee McAiloo jr., year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee McAdon, of.Luxora, were held al the local cemetery Thursday afternoon at 'AVO o'clock, with Dr. R, A. Kim- irough, pastor of lhe church, conducting the services. The baby is survived by his parents and several brothers and. sis- •crs. . Topic' The Life of Christ. Evening worship, 7:30 pin Sermon theme: "Hanuah'-Oi'ir Model in Keeping God's Word Holy..' Jns,U:yct,loijj|glass, meets Monday and WoiffiestjaVJl' Class on Bibl6 Fundamentals meets Fnd« y «t 7 „.,„. A cordial welcome is extended lo all to worship with us. "Thy Word la a laiiio un[o — • • Miss Freda Alexander to Wed James Woodfin' STBELE, Mo.—Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Alexander iiave announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Freda, to James Collis Woodfin, of Mur- 'reesboro, Tenn.. The ceremony ivlll be performed December 26 at he Eastwood Memorial Methodist church at Caruthersville. The bride will be given in mar-i rlagc by her father, W. O. Alexinder. she : l s to tc altcnded by Miss Lillian Bomar, as maid of lonor. Misses Lillian Nickens, of Caruthersville, Edna Ruth Davis, . u _.. ,,,.,. p u,uo my rcet nlui rt rsve, im Ruth Davis lieht unto my path." Psalm 119 Bra Beadocio, and Knthcryn Brooks 105. ' MciMiimvlllc, Tenn., will be brides- .FIKST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sivlh and Main »• E. Hultcrworlh, Minuter '•Bible school, 0:45 a.m. •Communion jmd Prcacliiii" I Workf Pro™!,,!"!"" " GUt " ^ Evening service, 6 p.m. .Sermon Topic: "Tying (lie Hand ,A cordial welcome 'is' shown to all; who come. - SCIENCE' SOC1ETV sllng" is i- nfng at 11 o'clock. The Golden r iv> Sunday mor- nnd he that rollclh return upon hin (Proverbs l Lu,i,, r Losson -Scrmon is the SSSS '1°™ . thc Bib1 ^ "Be not whatsoever that Hornersville Society — Personal =— R H. Thinin, a proininent citi- ., , --• —•.nun «u,u includes eii of the Horn School district, rl!; t jf" ow ' n s Passage from tl, c «s seriously injured Mondav chnstln " Science textbook "Scl- norning w i,en he fell from the f ce , and Hcallh with Key to the oof of his home where he had S "'P. l " rcs -" '>>' Mary Dnkcr Eddy claimed to extinguish a Wane that " ls scl '-ns.scrtive. It says- "i lad starlcd when he built a "'" n rral ""'"" - .,._,, ,, , "" iuwEtn, timt sha he also reap" Galatfnns 6:7). The. Lcsson-scrmon thc " am a real entity. •- G. Capse, then rushed in 1111 ambulance to the Methodist hospital In Memphis where It was lound that his right leg was broken just below the hip joint and both bones In the left nrin were broken at the wi-sii and his back *as injured. His boy was placed "i n cast nnct will remain so /or some time. He was accompanied to Memphis by his wife and son Nelson. Mrs. R. E. Anderson and daughter, Miss Kathryn, returned Wednesday from a two weeks visit with Lieutenant and Mrs. Warner Bishop. • Or. E. G. Cape and wife took their .son Raliili to Memphis Tuesday where he had a tonsllcctomv at the Methodist hospital Wed' ncsday. Mrs. D. A. Ruffin, Mrs. Milforc! It ;ood. Every destroy good Sanders, and Mrs.' B. 1'- Parks anrt Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Holly mid Charles Michie called on Miss Ida m rP /' who llas bet " J' cr v »' with typhoid fever, at her home IIQ gy nl> wns lmd a tar « e Pemiscot County Women Form Democratic Club in Can Miss Louise spent last \v shopped in Blythcvllle ' Tliiir S [lny' _Miss Thcra Parsons rclurnr'a Saturday from Joncsboro, where the hns been attending A. and jj college for the past six weeks ' Miss Blanche Hayes left Tucs day for Colllersville, Tcnn., K \-, m he will spend a lew days visit, ' STEELE. Mo. — ,\ rcmiscot County Women's Democratic club r clch. of Memphis, nr >., ^ "T" cncl ncrc as Bliest of Mrs. Grade Franklin. Mr. and Mrs, Emmelt Yalcs ol Memphis, spent last ' |(vas here t ----------- ---at 'Carulhersville friday afternoon at n luncheon nt HIP liomc of Mra. J. s. Wahl. Seven officers \vcrc elected to serve during the ensuing year, as WhtlncM. . Floyd Blcdso cand Misses Ear- iine Robcru and Helen Marshall, - . follows: Mrs. W. A. ur., and Mrs. T. I thcrsvlHc. pvcsidenl; Mrs. John Parks, Stcele. first vice-president; ~, « t,t,ff w \jauu uvcr i(ie •"• *»wt-iw> unti ticicu M-ii-^hili ™>tfi that Mary and Josep.. -•' Memphis, spent last week end traveled, and then to Rome. The'subject- tonight will be "Re- ..Ugipn on Display" and lhe Sub- Jtct/ tomorrow morning will be VTht, Marks of a New Testament Church." The subject for the night ;• service will, be ./'Resisting God." ^^R**.'Alfred ,r--" " tor, te conducting h«r ----- ' QVl ^ L ^K cna here as guest of Miss Marshall's mother, Mrs. Viola Marshall Mrs Woodrow ili Mr. and WOVC(1 was Mre. J. w. Rhodes, of Ilayti. second vice-president; Mrs. Gordon Nocsc. BragBsdocio, third vice- president; Mrs. Eincsl Long, Camlhevsville. secretary; Mrs. Harry Litzcnfelner, Caruthersville, Mrs. Lconad Shade, •Hie was named to rcp- counly organizallou . ha? lrmurer: Carulhcrsc done resent the KCSlStirW GOO 10 tnc HiBhWav Drncr «;i t ^—""v.. vtguit.coijuu m, famllv!' attempt of evil t u failure, and only A Christian Science message is broadcast every Wednesday at 10:30 n. in. over KLCN Read Courier News Want Aflj. For REAL Protection Phone 191 CLARK-WILSON AGENCY General Insurance "We Pay All Losses With a smile' James G. Clark - Baker Wilson , ., naids. Miss Brooks was room- tmlc of Miss Alexander when they attended Tennessee College n't Muifreesboro. The bridegroom will be attended by his brotttcr, John Woodfin jr of Mnrfrcesboro, as test man. Fred Alexander, brother of the brld" John Colcmiin, Murfrccsboro, and Win. H. Brundon, Carlcrvillc, Ga arc to be groomsmen. The 'bride-elect l s the dau»htcr of Mr. and. Mrs. w. O. Alexamlo'- pf near this city.. She was erad- nated 'from the local high school and attended CuruHicrsvlllc Junior college, She later attended Tennessee Slate College for Young Ladles nt Mnrfrcesboro, Teim" from which she will receive her A.I3. tlcgice in June. Here the bride-elect was prominent in all campus activities and especially in dramatic art., receiving many honors in. that field. At present Miss Alexander is one of the teachers in the Steclc district. The vgroom is the son of John Woccifih sr, of Murfrecsboro. uc attended State Teachers college u t Murfrcesboro and later the University of Tennessee at Knoxvfllc receiving his B.A. degree. He is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin will he at home in Murfreesboro, where Mr. Woodfin .is employed as principal of the Kitrcll high school. Each gold coin of the United Stales mint is composed of 800 parts of gold and 100 parts of copper. The copper alloy gives lhe gold its hardness. Tomato News Notes Roy Majors of Sk-cle, Mo., is the guest of his aunt, Mrs George Stages. John Palmer and family and -a^el Shea and faintly were guests last Sunday of Jesse McLain, in Tennessee. Mrs. George Stages visited her niece, Mrs. w. T.A Trow bridge, a patient in the Blythcville hospital Tuesday. Mrs. I,. \<f. Gosliorn has been ill for a week. Mrs. Hanna Cochran of Ilayti Mo., 1.5 the guest of her Lconarcl Cochran. About 0,00 cans of fruits and vegetables have been canned eon Woman's Grain Forecasts Declared Most Accurate; CHICAGO. (UP)-E. H Miller, known ;in market circles as tlic private grain 1 forecaster whose monthly crop estimates most closely approximate government figures and us the only combine Brain and cotton forecaster in'tlie business, Is a • woman. She travels' thousands of miles each year, edits monthly questionnaires from 5,0011 informed people, reduces her findings to figures which rival the accuracy of reports divined from a more complicated system employed- by government forecasters', and still maintains a happy home for her husband and two-year-old son u A Southern girl, Mrs. Miller was "discovered" hi Memphis by a Chicago grain broker, sha was transferred here in 192(3. Senator Borah Forecasts Another World War BOISE. Idaho. <U1>) -Senator William E. Borah, Uep., Idaho predicts another world war unless the peace document written at Versailles is revised. "The. Versailles treaty must be written in peace or it will be rc- "Hcn i,, blood," he told an "in- aes ave been canned , ( c ° «» "in- the Tomato canning kite"," it u tomtlollal -relations" forum here. , s announced by Mrs. George Stages, canning superwor Dr. Floyd D. Howton, Dentist Announces the open- of an office for denial practice in the Lynch building on South Broadway.' > Roy Sloa " George A. Qulnn ten gat- . at- »rday niglu for St. Joseph Mi, sourl lo attend the Missouri Co Brcss of Parents ,™<| "c«S; She returned home Thursday Mrs ' ip to business. Mrs. Earl Rutfin ' Mcmpllls otl ... daughter. Mrs. Tolbcrt Brewer to Memphis Thursday where sho u° lor and. B Ihe Baptist hospital treatment. Tolberl Brewer an « {£«_ Sybil Bone-accompaiucd: 'ome Saturday 'fro^ thc^'pn'rf i BOUW hospital where she under went a tonsllcctomy on Tuesday. "Tftead Courier News -Want Art.v ROXY THEATRE Extra Added Attraction! Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 5-6 Hcsicles (ho regular picture im>i;r;ini. Sec Local Children on the Screen t »Siiii|» siult .alien from ;ill <ivcr loivn iticliiflin/!' Iho Schools. All Mothtrb \vi\o hnve had (heir children's picture taken at the ROXY the pnsl l\vo \vccks don't miss seeing them on the SCRKBN. To the Daughters of (he Confederacy: Unveiling of lhe nioinnnent al lhe Cily llfill, Head Courier NEWS Want Ads.- ROXY Last Time 'Matinee 2:30—lOc JOHN WAYNE in The Lucky Texan' Serial "The Wolf Dog" With Kin Tin Tin, Jr. Comedy Sunday - Monday MAT. & JJITE—lOc - 25c •Read Courier Ncwc Want Ads. Saturday Only 'CASElorK' TOWLINGDCG' Serial—litick Jones in "The Hod Hitler" Cartoon Sunday - Monday MATINEE & NITE—10c-35c .Lhcir first kiss was (he final answer lo season's gayest musical question — lET'S FAL IN tpv EDMUND LOWE Ann 'Sothcrn Miriam Jordan Gregory Ratoff fcorr anrf itntn pier tr Hrrltrt fllUl iMusicat . Comedy Cartoon .. She Climbed from the gutter to the Throne- audBack Again! HISTUKVSGLILTJKM SE(.KFl 1. XPDS1.D AnJ 21 Otlur i : t«;i.rctl Playem in %'jncr Bros " Suniptutni* Spc> i.i! MADAME D« BARRY Paramount - News •Ben. Blue' Short

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