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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY G, 19<M Coming Event* MONDAY Women's Auxiliary.,First Presby- leiisi! • Church,. meeting in circle groups: Circle 1. Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty, .frith Mrs. K. B. Wiser, co- hostess; Circle 2, Mrs. VI, C. Dates, with Mrs. J. P. Pride, cohoste&s: Circle 3, Mrs. Ray Worthlngton, with Mrs. Leslie Hooper, cohostess: Circle 4., Mrs. O. P. Barber at 8 p. in. Woman's Society ot Christian Service. First .Methodist Church. 1 meeting .at church for social and program meeting, 2:30^. m. Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church having circle meetings: Circle 1, Mrs. Bob Barnes. Circle 2, Mrs. O. M. Morgan: Circle 3, Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich. Circle 4. Mrs. O. v. Dnws: circle 5, Mrs. T. R. Shepherd. Women's Missionary Society. Calvary Baptist Church, meeting at church, .7:30 p. m.. * .. '• TUESDAY Mrs. Max B. Reid entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. La Nenve Club meeting with Mrs. Melvln Halsell. Mrs. Sanford Boonc entertaining Double G Club. O.N.B: club meeting with Mrs. John Tyrfcnc. ' WEDNESDAY Mrs. R, B. Stout entertaining Club Eight. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. O. W. McCulchcn. Mrs. W. .1. Denton entertaining Chapter "D", P.E.O., ot Hotel Noble for luncheon, 1 p, m. A.D.C. • Club meeting with Mrs. Albert K. Taylor. Annorel Parent Teacher Association meeting at school, 3 p. m. Mrs. Eugene Dickinson entertaining Wednesday Contract Chfu. '• THURSDAY Thursda v Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. G..G. Caucltll entertaining Thursday ; Contract Club. FRIDAY Friday Luncheon , Club meeting with Mrs. Jaiiies Hill Jr. Mrs. M. S. Yrites entertaining 400 Club. Mrs. Fred Boyelt entertaining Initial Club. ' . Gertrude. McPhcrson Weds Lieut;'Kenneth Slonecker • MIss.Gerirude.McPhersoh, daughter of.-Mi-.' nm!'Mrs. P. S. MePher- son-of'Hayti, :Mo., became the bride of iHeut.i-'Kenncth D. Slonceker of Oranse, Calif.,'and Blytheville Army Air Field, in an imnrc-ssivo cere- mony'solemnized Wedncr'.'C'.v nin'.U nt the post chapel. Chaplain Gerald T. Hogi:: lorrtie'dMho,double ring ceremony. Mrs. Worth D Holder, .vocalist, sang "Ave •• Maria'^and "At- Dawning," before'the Service," " The bride, who wns Riven in mnr- . riage by :her father, wore a floor length dress of white chiffon with lace' inserts,' and 'fnshioned with tight fitting bodice with a: sweetheart neckline. The ..long . nttcd "sleeves came to a point over the hnn'd and the finger tip veil fell from a coronet of orange blossoms. She wore n. Rosary, and carried n bouquet of pink rosebuds and sweetpcas, centered with an orchid.' Miss. Frances Dudley Walker served as maid of honor. She 'wore :i floor length dress of pastel blue ; chiffon and carried -a' bouquet of Talisman roses and sweelpcas. • Ljeut.' Joseph G. Russell served Lieutenant Slonecker as best man. Immediately following the ceremony,' an informal reception was held In the recrentlon hall of the Girls' dormllory 'before"- Lieutenant and \as. Sionecker lelt for n brief wedding trip. For traveling, the bride '.chose a suit of light blue Gabardine with white accessories. Upon their return they will make their home, in Blythcville. ATrs. Slpneckcr attended Draugh- on'a Business College iri Memphis and has-been employed sis clerk typist at BAAP since it wns iscti- .' rated. Lieutenant Slonceker, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs, G. C. Sloneckcr of Orange, 'attended .University of Southern California. Luncheon Club Meels Mrs. J. C. Kills Sr.. entertained mslnters of the Friday Luncheon Club and two quests, Mrs. Edith Mccool and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr., yesterday afternoon at her home at Bnrfield. The dining table was covered with n lace cloth and the centerpiece was a cut glass bowl filled with red rosebuds. Red [iconics wore arranged In the living room and in the smnooin, High score prize was received by Mrs. Marvin Nuiin and second high by Mis, McCool, » « • Club, Guests Entertained When Mrs. H. W. Wylie entertained members of the Thursday Contract Club for luncheon am! bridge at her home Thursday afternoon, she also had us her guests, Mrs. C. C. Lungston, Mrs, Cornelius Mndlngci 1 and Mrs. Marvin Robinson. A two couree luncheon was served at the dining table, which was centered with n silver bowl filled with yellow rosebuds. In the bridge games played during the afternoon, Mrs. G, a. Can- dlll received high score prize and Mrs, R. Ij. Bnnislcr liad second high. • • « Mrs, Gari'ott Is Hostess Mrs. Joe 'Hughes mid Mrs. Ralph Nichols were guests of Mrs. W. B. QiurOU, when she entertained members of the Double Four Club Thursday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ray Hall. Colorful Spring flower.? decorated the entertaining rooms of the Hall home, where small tables were arranged for the bridge game. 1 *. Mrs, Ed B. Cook had high score among club members, while Mrs. Hughes was high for the guests. A dessert course was served. * » » : Bunco Club Entertained- Spring flowers decorated the home of Mrs. Johnny Hlckmnn yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Initial Club ami one sliest, Mrs. Cecil Graves, for n bunco parly. High score prize was awarded Mrs. Hcrnmn Mny, low to Mrs. Ebb Reynolds, and bunco to Mrs. Graves. A sandwich plate with iced drinks was served. » • • Mrs. Adams Is Hostess Ten members of Chapter "N" of Mic P.E.O. Sisterhood met. yeslcr- r 'iy afternoon when Mrs. J. w. Adams Jr., entertained the group at-,her home, which was decorated with American Beauty rosebuds.- .', Mrs. Murray Smart presided 'over' llic business session, \lhen Mrs, .W. L. Horncr guve it report on the stale convention held recently in Coiuvay. Ark., to which she wns a- delegate. Light refreshment.'! were served, Bible Class Is Honored ". Mrs. P. E. Coolcy mid Mrs. E. A. Goodrich entertained members of (be Ladtes Bible Class of First Methodist Church Jnsl niglit at the church, with 1C present. Mrs .O. N. -Hawkins, president, save the devotional and also presided over the brief business session, when Mrs. Jolm -Foster wns elected class teacher replacing Miss Monlix Hughes, who has resigned. . During Hie social hour, games nnti contests were played, and refreshments were served. Presbyterian Minister Will Begin Duties The Rev. Harvey T. Kidd, accompanied by Mrs. Kldd, arrived In Rlylhevlllc yesterday to assume the pastorale of the First Presbyterian Cliurcli, vacant since the resignation of the Rev. James A. Ovcr- holscr In March. At the time he accepted tlie call to the local church, the Rev. Mr, Kldd was pastor of First Presbyterian Church In Hazlehursl, Miss., where lie went from West Nash- I'llle, Teim. A graduate of Southwestern in Memphis and of Union Seminary. Richmond, Vn., Die Rev. Mr. Kldd took his lli.M. degree nt Princeton University, Princeton, N. j. The Hev. ami Mrs. Kldd will make their home In the Pi'esbyte- rlfin manse adjacent to the church. Men In Service Bits of ReWs"" Mostly Personal 1M. Charles Willis Afflick, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Affllck of Blythcville, now Is beginning med- Icnl Btid psychological tests, classification and training at Keeslcr Field, uiloxi. Miss., as a pre-avla- lloii endet. Pfc. Floyd Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Williams of lit. 2, who has been stationed with (lie Coast Artillery at San Francisco for tbe past two years, has been transferred to Camp Tireckemltige Ky for further training. Mary Katherine Rose Joins Music fraternity Miss Maiy Kntherlne nose, a freshman In the College of Education at University of Arkansas. Fayettevllle has been elected lo Higma Alpha Iota, honorary music 'raternlty <u the university. Tile (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. 3liarlcs Rose of fioseland, she also s u member of Chi Omega social sorority. Record U. S. passenger car registration was in December 19-11 20,418,000.vehicles. At the Hospitals Blythcville Hospital Admitted- Born to Mr. and Mrs. noy Cunningham Jr.. city, n daughter last night. Dismissed— Mrs. Bennie Bond. Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Horace McCullough and baby. •Hermomlnle. Mo. Memphis Methodist Tlosiiilnl Admitted- Mrs. W. C. D.ii1s, city. Memphis lUplist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. R. L. Stnmcy. Dell. Dr. nnd Mr.?. W. S, Eastbiirn and Dr. and Mrs. Frank L. Slsson ol Slkeston, Mo., spent Thursday In Memphis, where they attended • a dance .at Skyway at Hotel Penbody that night, Mrs, Charles Lock and son, Lar- i'v B., of Detroit, are the Bucstn of Mrs. Lock's sister, Mrs. Jimmy Tcr-, roll and family. Mrs. Terrell und daughter, Fayc, will leave tomorrow for St. Louis for n visit with' Mrs. Terrell's mother, Mrs. Annie Stokes and her sister. Mrs. H. H. Baxter .mm family. Mrs. Lock find licr son also will visit in St. 'Louis before returning to their home. Mrs. A. L. Rccninn ol Clarksdale. Miss., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Slmnks and family. Mrs. Paul Damon and daughter, Mary Lou, will leave tomorrow for ttiesljiirf;, Miss., where they will mnke 'their home while Master Sergeant Damon is stationed ill Camp Shelby. Pfc. J. D/McDermolt, who is sfa- .cwod at Myrtle Beach. S. C., is spending" a 16-day furlough here with his parcnis, Mr. nnd Mrs. Pnrvln 'McDcrmott. Tech. Sorgl. William D. Pi'esncll, who is stationed nt Camp Pickelt. Vn., with (lio •Inf.intrv. arrived Thursday night -to spend n 12-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Presnel). • ; ,,.M,iES Hqiilaiv.Mullhis has vcUivn- ed',(6 Memphis,,\vhcre she is at- tcmlitif business .college, after- spending several days here with her imrcnts. !Vfr. and -Mrs. V. W. Mul- llns. ; Mr. ami Mrs.. TJnssell 'Phillips spent yesterday- In Memphis. Pic. Uob Lancashire, who is stationed nl Indian Gap, Penn., hns arrived lo spend his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Lancashire and family. . Codv Eaion spent yesterdnv In Memphis where he consulted a specialist. Mrs. Francis Adams of Urbana, 111,, has arrived here for a vlsil wlUi Mr, mid Mra. J: w. Adnms Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Smith. Mrs. Adams husband, Ma- jnr Adams, who now is slntlonod in Encland, is a brother of Mr. Adams and Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Sebangh left yesterday afternoon by plane for DCS Moincs. Iowa, where they will Fpcnd Ihe weekend with llicir daughter. Miss Jeanetta Jcnnne Sebniiirh. who Is a student at Drake University in DCS Moines. Mrs. M. T. Burr of Osceola, spent fodnv in Blythcville as the guest of Mrs. Jolm Foster and family. C. B, Wright, of the Mississippi Mlghwitv Safety Patrol, now stationed nt Cinrksdalc, Miss., has arrived to be with ills mother. Mrs. J. W. Wright, who is seriously ill at Walls Hospital. The automobile induslry has cut production costs of light tanks by half in the past two years. Huffman Club Meets A meeting of the Huffman <1-H ilul) was held Monday. May 1 with Cannon aoorilow presiding. Forty- five club members and four leaders were present. The group sang "America" which '•as led by Miirgic Nelson, song (iplflln. The following captains gave reports on their chilis: Franklin Lucy, cotton captain, reported two In his olub; Clyde Perkins, pig captain, reported seven; Mike Hughes, calf captain, reported one; Peggy San- ies, gardening and canning captain, reported twelve; Alec Finnell, clothing captain, reported eight; inrt Virginia Pepper, poultry cap!n!n, reported eleven. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, borne demonstration agent, gave n dcmou- ilralion on gardens and on uutrl- .ion. Kcitti J. Bilbrey, comity agent, made pictures of Ihe officers of the :lub and also one of the entire club. Six Negro men plead guilty -lo two counts of petit larceny this ivcek -in Munlcial Court In connection with the theft of corn from he E, D. Lloyd farm near Yarbro. Rued $15, they were sentenced to 10 days which was suspended on ;nocl behavior. •.'.'. Those lending guilty to charges of disturbing the pence were Odle jilts, Mary Johnson, and Lily Mat Heed. They each were fjned-?10. ': : Charged with reckless driving 1 Allen Poo-was fined S5.'.mid C.''i/ Walker forfeited bond., V -'y': T. M. Hnrrmgton forfeited liond on a chnrge of driving while Intoxicated, • •• OAMP COOKE. Cnl. (UP)—Preferring camp lo furlough, Pvt Thomas Causey of the uth Armored Division's 151st Armored Sikna't company, turned up foiir days early'. 1 "I just wanted to get back,"'hc'snid Battle-Scarred Texas Flag Back In Texas t»)w*.1 COURTS Air Vets .Fellow nir veterans arc Capt. Warren L. Johnson, of Elmhurst, Ind., and his battle-wise <log, "LI. Shorlsnorler Gremlin" «'ho are pictured above al Santa Monica, Calif., in cockpit ol' a Douglas Havoc dive- bomber oiler their return to llic U. S. from southwest Pacific 'July. Lieutenant. Gremlin has lloivn 22ft hours. 75 of (hem on combat duty. He has his own parachute and is a genuine "short - snorter" carrying the regulation dollar bill with his paw print and nulograpVis ot crew members and other flyers. Plot or Not, Luxurious Styles Still Originating In Paris Subtle Nazi iirojiugiiiidii has been detected in pictures of luxurious new styles, created In tierwuii-fniitrollcd I'aris, which appear in Swiss maijsizincs newly received in New Vork. I'ui-- nosi! of the scheme, according to :i W. l>. B. official, is to introduce styles In America which cannot be produced within the limitations of government ma- Irrl.-i) conservation orders. The present-day situation In the I'rrnth fashion Industry Is dc- srribeil in flic following nrllole by lloseltc Hurfrove, long-lime fashion writer In the Paris office of NEA Service who recently arrived in America from London on u hrlef visit. * * • • By ROSETTE HATIGUOVK NBA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK—The Paris fashion Industry continues mysteriously to flourish after three years of German occupation. The Rue do la Paix and the Faubourg Sninl Houorc arc working at hlgli pressure, creating styles us extravagantly luxurious as ever before -—although collections now are reduced to twenty or thirty models as ngninst tsvo to three hundred in peacetime. There Is n great scarcity at fabrics and oilier materials. Houses tearing such world-known names at Patou, Lanvin, Paquin, iPiguet and Alix actually nre operating at .less than one-tenth of tii.eir pre-wnr strength. But despite these factors and numerous restrictions Imposed by the Germans, the ingenuity of the Paris creators is producing clothes the like of which have disappeared from the American scene REASONS ARE RIDULKg These facts about the Haute Couture of rnris I have learned from recent arrivals from Prance—in particular, from one fashion writer who was in the French capital as recently us lust February. Unanswered riddles arc why the German authorities gave the dressmakers special concessions to keep the industry going ., . why the-'Nazis close their eyes to the fact that certain liberties are being taken with yardage and oilier clothing regulations . . . why It is .possible for well- heeled Parisians to buy model dresses (at staggering prices) without giving up clothing coupons while people of small incomes cannot afford to buy clothes elsewhere even with coupons. As far back as the fall of 1940, most of the Paris houses were allowed to reopen thc»- doors. Despite.the chaotic conditions then ruling, collections wen: created and business resumed. DENIES COliLAnORATION ,'. \Vticrcas accusations of "collaboration" once were hurled at Paris couturiers, responsible Frenchmen 'now deny lo me that the Pnris cou- jttire ever was directly influenced by 'tlje Nnzisx. ji:.bcn>>iii> magazines.ivere from the •fVrfst forbidden to reproduce a single i^aris model;, and German buyers were not,allowed to come to Paris to hity.. Tins was in line with nn editorial which appeared in "Signal,"; the official Nazi paper in Paris, soon fitter .ttie occupation, decrying -Paris fashions as decadent and degenerate' and declaring that in the new Nnv.i-! .dominated world, the leading fashion jcentcrs would bu Berlin and iVienna, with America continuing as' the great: mass-producing center— the inference being that stylists and; buyers from all over the world, in-' eluding .the United States, would" once again fiock to Europe for in-' spiration. BIG HATS A 1'KOTKST ' -.The-fact that more and more, French women are putting what money they have in the purchase of at least one good garment may be one reason why the couture is so busy. Before tiny-one, however, can obtain the coveted card which entitles her to purchase in the Haute Couture, she must hand over one kilo—2 l-5th pounds—of yarn or scrap wool fabric. Until about a year ago, every client was asked to. give up two old garments in exchange for a new one; these were distributed to needy people through relief organizations. Today few •women have anything like two old dresses left, hence the demand for yarn or scraps. So far ns the outrageous, over- CHUKCII OF THE NAZARENE First and Sycamore F. W.. Nash, pastor Sunday School, (CIS p., m. Don McLean, supt. Morning worship. 10:50 a. m. 1'flstor's subject, "Holiness and Man". Service for young people. 7:15 P, m. Evening service, 8 p, m. Pastor's subject, "Divine Law and Saving Grace", pastor's subject. Wednesday night, 8 p. m. Mid-, week prayer meeting, followed byi choir practice. ' CHRISTATN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse 1410 W. Main "Adam and Falles Man" Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text Is: "Awake thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give thec light." Ephesians 5:14. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from ilie Bible: "And they shall b« mine, snlth the Lord of hosts, in that day when I make up my jewels; and I will spare them, as a man spareth his own son Hint scrvelh him." Mnlachl 3:17. Hats such us this, says Miss Hargrove, were launched in Paris as a protest against a Nazi edict condemning frivolity. stuffed hats which have created such a furore In New York :are concerned, these were launched about a year ago as n protest and in defiance to a Nazi edict against the frivolity of the Parisienne. A recently-appointed German commission has just banned them, and two of the lending modistes' establishments were closed for three months by the Germans, as an example. CHURCH NEWS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN C'HUKCH Harvey T. Kirttl, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning service, 11 ,a. in. Young people's service, 6:30 p. m Evening service, 7:30 p. m. CALVAUY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Osceola Thomas U. Smythc Jr., rector Holy Communion and sermon, 7:30 u. m. Rev. Thomas B. Smytlie Sr., Bir'dsboro, Penn., celebrant. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION • CHURCH Ash ami Division Sheets Itcv. J. J. Thompson Ucv. J. P. McCnnnclI Sunday Masses. 7:30 and 10:30 a. in. Weekday Masses. 6:30 an*! 8 a. m. Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock, Holy Hour for peace anil men and women in service. Friday evening. 7:30 o'clock, Novena in honor : of our Sorrowful Mother. BAPTIST CHAPE!, Lilly Street Sunday School. 3:30 a.'in. Russell Baugh. supt, B.T.U. 0:30 p. m. FIRST METHODIST ClIUItCH S. B. Wilton!, pastor Church School, 0:45 a. in. U. S. Branson, supt. Morning worship, 10:55 a. in. Intermediate World Friendship Group, 4 p. ni. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Choir (rehearsal. Wednesday night,-7:30 o'clock. FIRST 11APTIST CHURCH t'. C. Broun, pastor Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. P. J. Deer, supt. Preaching Service, 10:45 a. m. Sermon by Ihe Rev, J. G. Cothran, special music by the Rev. Gale Dunn. B.T.U. 6:45 p. m. R. L. Sherrlck, director. Evening worship. 7:30 p. m. Sermon by the Rev. j. G. Cothran. FIRST CIHUSTAIN CHURCH Main Street at Sixlli H, S. liairil. paston Bible School. 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 10:50 a. m. The sermon will be, "Men Imprisoned; Ideas Free". Everyone is cordially invited. On Monday and Tuesday several of the members of this church will be attending a Brotherhood Convocation al the Linden Avenue Christian Church In Memphis, This is a meeting which attempts to provide all the fellowship, the inspiration, and the challenge of ttie International Convention. Many of the brotherhood leaders will be present. On Wednesday Evening at 7;4C there will be reports of this Brotherhood Convocation, for the benefit of the people who could not atlend. The public is cordially invited. DEM, BAPTIST .CHURCH G. D. Mas c(1 . pastor Sunday School. 10 a, m. Allen Tlardin, supt. Baccalaureate Service, 11 a. m High School. B.T.U., 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Bertha Oil!, director. Worship service, 8:30. Sermon bj pastor. Our church will be open for dally prayer when D-Day conies. Let us ail be praying now. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL — • CHURCH-.-• * SMIi ail,]' 'Walnut Sts. Thomas !!. Smythc Jr., r«ctor Church School, 9:30 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon, a. m. -Rev. Thomas B. 'Smythe Sr., of Birdsboro, Penn., celebrant. BOWL for 'fun and health! RII-L'S and GEORGE'S BOWLING ALLEY 120 N. Second The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Ingram Bid?. Phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN Takes the Joy Atvny CHICAGO (UP)—Miss Lucy Van Horn, a registered nurse, celebrated her birthday nl Roseland Community hospital four ilays late this year because, she said. 'Twouldn't do any celebrating on Miller's birthday, even If it does happen to be mine, too." MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 8. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Evcnlnc* By Appointment 1 . University of Tern co-eds, Dorolhy Holland, Wichita sweetheart of U. T. stored at ri,hl. .took upon the summon Iron the Mth.-dMrtm In left nnd A, ' fit , f T, °' < ^ ' C * e REVIVAL MEETING APRIL SO—MAY M First Baptist Church 8th nnd WALNUT Ucv. E. C. nrmvu, I'nslor Vou are invited to attend all 'the services GOALS FOR SUNDAY, MAY 7 Sunday School 500 — Training Union 200 Evangelist J. G. Cothran — Singer Gale Dunn 10:15 o. m _ HOURS — 7:45 p;.rn. Fbwer-Fresh Clothes- Cleoned by Blytheville Laundry & Dry Cleaners LAKE STREET METHODIST CHUHCH Bates Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a. in. Jverson Morris, supt. Morning worship, 10:45 a. in. "Out of dnrknm 'into light," pastor's subject. National family week In Christian churches, May 7-14. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Vouth Fellowship Groups, 7 p. m. Evening worship. 8 p. m. "He lived In Nazareth", pastor's subject. , •Monday night, 7:45 p. m. Youth 'f. Fellowship Council. Tuesday night, 8 o'clock, Board of Christian Education. Wednesday night, 8 o'clock, prayer meeting. Thursday niglit, 8 o'clock, pol luck supper and men's meeting., Golden Cross Enrollment, May 714. Continuous Showj Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 1:60 ».m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 pjn. Saturday MIGHTIEST 01 TARZ/WIHJtlU.55! Serial "Aliiskian Mystery" No. 3 and Short Con. Showing Snt'day 1:00 lo 11:30 Sunday and Monday Paramount Xews uiul bcled-d Short SuBjcct Continuous Showing- SUM. 1:15 to 11 Mstlneas Sat. * Sun. Only Opens e»ch night 6:30; Starts 6:M Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. «nd Sun, TUrgaln Night Every Night TS.v-.tpt Saturday. No passe* honored on Sunday nt the Boiy. Saturday , Empty Holsters 7 With Dick Fonui and Tat Wnilhall. Serial "Secret Service m Afric.i" JVo. S and Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 LIFT your spirits with clothes that sparkle with the freshness and cleanliness of fresh flowers. Clothes that are clean are not only a necessity, but are a pleasure and an economy as well— keep them that way. Regular cleaning insures longer wear. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETrER DRY CLEANING Sunday and Monday Fox News ana Selected Shod. Conllnnons Showing Sun. 1:15 to 11

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