The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 19, 1948
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'[ PACK POUB I Society fteuti * Phont 4161 i Miss Simpson Is Wed In Afternoon Ceremony Mica Nell* Simpson, of Blytheville daugher of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. BImpson of Manila, became the bride of James Lee, son of Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Lee in a ceremony solemnized yesterday afternoon, 4 a' clock at the First Baptist Church, ' The Rev. E. C. Brown pastor, officiated at the double ring rites In the presence of intimate friends and relatives. The bride chose a quaint rose crepe dress with while accessories, and pinned a corsage of white gladioli and carnations at her shoulder. Miss Adaline Lee sister of the bridegroom served as maid a( honor. She wore a black and white .Bemberg sheer dress fashioned with cape effect sleeves. Her corsage was of while carnation*. Roy Calvin served Mr, Loe as best man. Mrs. ~Ltt attended BlackwnJer High School and is employed by .Blytheville Water Company." Mr. Lee was graduated trom Bly- .'thevllle High School and Is employed as parts manager at Lcc Motor Sales. Following a brief wedding trip, (he couple will return here to make their home on East Main Street. Out of town guests who attended were Mr. snd Mrs. W. M. Simpson and children, John and Giielda of ^Manila, Miss Marjorie Rogers or Memphis and J. p. Womack of Jones boro. 'Miss Robinson Honored At Informal Tea, Shower Muis Camllle Robinson, bride- elect of John Wiley JOURS o( Pnr- agould, was honored Saturday afternoon when Mrs. Harry Kirby entertained with an informal tea aii'l handkerchief shower at her home st 3:30 o'clock. The tea lable draped wilh an Imported lace cloth and centered with f. striking arrangement of lilies of the valley. A silver tea sen-Ice was placed at each end of the table. Mrs. M. A Isaacs received the 30 guest.s and Mrs. Floyd A. White poured the lea. Mrs. Kirby » p as assisted also by Mrs. Elton Kirby and Mrs. Freeman Robinson in the din- Ing room. The living room of the home held vasss of yellow tulips and the sunroom was decoraded with bouquets ot gold tulips, Informal Party Given Honoring Miss Robinson Miss Jane McAdams entertained at her home yesterday afternoon. 4 o'clock, with an Informal party honoring Miss Camllle Robinson, who will become the bride of John Wiley Jones or Parngould, Friday In a ceremony to be solemnized at the First Baptist Church here. Informal Dance Is Given At American Legion Hut Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole, *ir. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith and Mr. and . , s. . . j'i. . Shelton were hosU Purvis, entertained with an Infor- and hostesses Saturday night when then entertained members ol Ihe Cotillion club and a large number of guests with a dance at the Legion Hut at. 9 o'clock. Spring flowers were placed throughout the Hut. The refreshment table from which a.worted party foods were served, was cov- candelabrn. Informal Party Given Honoring Mrs. Carson Mrs. Rube Carson, the former Miss Jane Castlio, was compllment- ed Saturday when Mi's. T. H. Caraway and her mother, Mrs. R. B. mal afternoon party at ihe Purvis home on W. Main. Approximate]; •10 guesls called between the hours of three and five. The dining table was draped with a lace clolh and centered with a bowl of iris and tulips In pastel Fhades flanked by tapers burning In Bits of News Coming Events Social Calendar for Dallas, Tex., where she will tend the Gossard School of Cor- seteerlng as a representative of Miss Whltsltt's Shop for a week. She will go from there to'Fort Bayard, New Mex., where she will visit with her sister, Mrs. H. L. Kuester and family for three weeks. Mrs. Royal p. McDermott and daughter, Royalene Jewel of Mercedes, Calif., are visiting here with friends and relatives for several day«. Mrs. McDermott Is the former Miss Jewel Crawford here. returned iciuin?u M. Stephen* Episcopal Auxtllarj meeting at the homt of Mm B. R. Mason et «;00 p.m. at the home of Mrs, j. w. syke«. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the hut it 8:00 p.m. for a Pan American program. La Nueve cJub being entertained at the hom« of Mrs. Bernard Graham. Young Women', Auxiliary of First Baptist church being entertained at the home of Miss Berntce Overman. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting at the home of Mrs. c. M. Smart. Bridge Club meeting Guests Mr. and for the affair Included <i Mrs. Meyer Graber, Mr. and Mrs. Frank WhiU'orth, Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Pollard, Mr. and fr's, Fred Flecnmn, Mr. and Mis. E. M. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs E. F. Still, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch, Mr. — .isert throughout the home, Mrs. Carson chose for the ocasslon a yellow and black printed silk dress with black accessories. Her frock was complemented with snd Mrs. P. J. poe, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mr. and Mrs. Jack i fa f?. Finley Robinson, Mr nnd Mrs. Hoy | shoulder corsage of Dutch iris tied with yellow ribbon, A gilt from the . hostesses. She was also presented a lable lamp by the hostesses. An out of town guest at the «f- Turner of Kaycltev Mr. and I v '*' Mtl<lallnc rtOCK. , Cl "' s °" of Mrs. Stan Barton of Sikpston, Mr. I ,-, and Mrs. Mclvln liaise!!. Sam Nor- r rls, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mnc White, I Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Seyninre, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard, Miss Christine Grady, Mr. and Mrs Blan Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brings, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hammock, and Mr. snd Mrs. n. W. Becker. Mrs. Lasley Is Honored With Several Parties Mrs. P. A Lasley, or Little Rock, honseguest ol Mr. and Mrs. H, H. Ho\ich;ns, was honored with several parties over the weekend, the first being an informal mornhv.; , parly Saturday which 12 guests a'.'. I tended al the home pf Mrs, R. f. : Kir.'.hner. Mrs. J. H. Ell-ins entertained with a luncheon Saturday at he:home on West Main. I . Luncheon was served at small tables, each centered with > boii- <iuet of pansies. Iris and other j Spring flowers were arranged in the i home. | In the aliernoon, bridge was j played with Mrs. F.. R. Lancashire ! winning high score and Mrs. Kirsh- j nei\ second high. I Mrs. Aubrey Conway was hosiivs : Saturday night when she entertaln- ! ed eight guests with a dinner party at her home^on Main Street complimenting Mrs. Lasley. Following dinner, guests spent the evening informally. A dinner party was given last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. Dinner was served at the dining lable which held as a centerpiece, a low crystal bowl filled with.Spring flowers In pasiei shade- 1 ;. ville. Joe Roach left today for New Albany, Miss., where he. was called by the death of his grandmother, the T. I. Seay spent yesterday In Memphis on business. Mrs. Herman Cross was admitted lo the Memphis Methodist Hospital Saturday where she will undergo an operation this week. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon spent yeatodny i n Jonesboro as guests of Mr. Mahon's parents, Mr. and as hostess. B. R. o. Club meeting at home or Mr.s. Russell Wert. WcdnMday Maple Grove Cemetery A«.socia- of Mrs. Frank Webb. •-,, K..I. u*.tnii ,,i m., ginnamotner, *™«H jr \jiuvt: t^emeiery Associa- Mrs. R. P. Roberts, who died In her ! tion *''H "'eel at 2:30 at the home home last night. Funeral services "' v *" •"••""'• «•-•-•were conducted this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. MofTItt and sons of PaducHh, Ky., were HIP weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs J F. Lee nnd family. Lambda Club nelnn enter- at the home of Mrs. M. amily Reunion Is Held Al Frankie Jolly Home A reunion or members of the Aldrldgc family waa held yesterday at the home of Mrs. Frankie Jolly with 40 members of trie family pre«enl. This was Ihe first time that a reunion had uecn held by the five Mrs - c B. Mahon. brothers and two sisters since theyl Mr. nnd Mrs. Stafford Bailey of I were old enough lo marry and move Memphis were the gucsla ycsterdny) away from home. I or her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. L i Sisters attending wore Mrs. Anlce H'ce nnd family. McKay or Memphis and Mrs. Jolly.' Mrs. Robert Jaeger. Miss Rosa The brothers am n. n. Aldridge of Schuncrltsch and Louie E Isaacs Batosvllle. Miss.. Cleveland Aid- are spending the week in St Louis ' fl .8 c »f Clarksdalc, Ark.. Henry. Mo. While In St. I/nils. Miss Schii- Aldrldge of Earle. Ark.. A ld->rilsch and Mr. Tsaacs wil?attend ringe or uwlaco. Tex., and Prin- the three onenhiK baseball onm«= lace AldiirtKc of Slkeslon. Mo. •--- - v - "* D " seo "» Barnes The buHet dinner was served between St. Louis and Cincinnati. Mrs. Lee Cole and chil- Mr. L' V'"wee" '""" "' ' Following dinner, pictures were •ken of the brothers and sisters and their families. "Preferential Tea" Is Given Honoring; Pledges nLnlY p '' !< j'*J of the Alpha Alpha -• «• I.UUII.IBVIIK: returned Chapter or Beta Sigma Phi were l»»t "Ight from Chicago. III. where nonored yeslerday when the soror- sh >= visited with her son. Mr and al e " te '.';"'" ed wi «' « "Prcrerr-n- Mrs. James Rounsnville and Infant, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bru.sclii and! son. Anthony of Trenton. N. ,1., are the Ruests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mitchell o( Promised Land. They will return home the latter part or this week. Mrs. J. A. Rounsavllle returned Beta talned George Wednesday Bridge Club members meeting at the home of Mrs. W. J Pollard. Avnlon Bunco club being entertained at Ihe home ot Mrs. Fred Davis. Town and Country club member* meeting at the home ot Mrs G. a Caudill, I». H. T. M. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Paul Chambers. Senior c. Y. F. of First Christian Church having "Old Fashioned Box Supper" In the church i at 6:30 p.m. Thursday Odette Club meeting at the home of Mrs. J. c. Ellis Sr. ThurKiny Luncheon Club meeting' at the dome or Mrs. E B Gee Thursday Contract Club'members being entertained al the home of Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Mid-Week club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Harry W Hnlnes. .lolly Eight Club members meet- Ing at the home or Mrs. W. B. Mayo Club Bight members being entertained at the home of Mrs H G Part low. Thursday Night, Club meeting at the home of Mrs. N. w. Kyle Friendly Eight Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Otho Stanrield. Friday The past Matrons and Patrons Supper Club will meet, at, the home of Mrs. George Barham at 7 o'clock Mrs. B. B. Wilson Is co- hostess Alpha Beta Bunco Club being en- tlal Ten" nt the home o[ Turner Oammlll on West Street. In the receiving line were Mrs Gammill and Miss Iva Seay. The dining room table'was covered with an ecru lace cloth und centered with a black pottery bowl [Hied wilh talisman rases riankcd - tertained at the home of Mrs Joel Francis. and bridegroom ano nn arrange- '• party roods ..„, -njj^.oi. u..un;,, ,,<:,,:. mcilt ot tultus and narcissi In a ! , lc «. nf (h l c -m,, ' «,; .: V, ',"", Miss Robinson, Miss McAdams and low crystal bowl, flanked by while ,i» t( .l" vrllow i.nZ h,,,,^ Mrs. Lucy McAdams were in the tnpers burning In crystal candelabra. I emu, ci delnbrn ""'"'"If receiving line. ] Mrs . E. B. Thomas nnd Mrs. Ami I ' Mr * P D F ±<- r •• The dining room table from which j Holt presided at Hie table. •• f. u. rosier. assorted party foods were served, \ Mins Robinson chose for the af- was draped with a lace clolh and ' fair, a rrock of black nnd white centered wilh flgutincs of R bricle ! printed silk with red accessories. Mrs. 5 «n. Jimmy for the past two months ,, „ Main. Mr - n '>d Ms. B. w. Wooten Mrs ub pnt ertained at the James Lllnsford and Mr. and Mrs' . ? Of Mrs - C ' s - Downing. Mrs. Ivan R. Vnn Pntten were in Jones'- L._ l.^ ny . ^'.' iA se Club members boro yesterday to hear the Rev. i Alfred D. Carpenter, who Is conducting a revival at Ihe Joncsboro Central Church. Mr.s. M. W. Lewis and Jimmy Bali- Blankets Need the Care of Our DRY COLD STORAGE We can prelect your fine woolens anrl winter wear throughout ihe coming hoi months. Don't delay—Our method assures complete scientific protection, fire anil theft, loo! PEERLESS CLEANERS 416 S. Franklin Phone 2433 Gammill. poured the tea. orated -,vith bouquets of "mlxc Spring flowers and potted plants. They went, especially to hear the Rev. Mr. Prince, pastor of the East Side Baptist Church who will leave I next Sunday for Little Rock. I Mrs. Joe Ferguson and daughter. Miss Arden Ferguson. Mr.s. Ray meeting at the home or Mr.s. Oscar Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce Hoard of Directors—7:30 p.m. Tuesday Llon'j, Club—12:15 p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m Wednesday Klwanls Club 12:10 pm Central PTA Executive Board— I Woman's Club Is Setting jFor Teen-Aecrs Dance compaincd home by Mrs Reeves Miller of Springfield, Mo.. Mr.s Mif- ler will remain for a visit Kith her brother. ,Ioe Ferguson and family Condition or Anthony Brusclil. .,,, „. , '"'" an<l a hnlf .vcius old. who was I he Woman's Club was the so. (Admitted to Blytheville Hospital i ting Friday night when Larry Bak- Saturday alter being attacked bv n - •> f-r. Hoa-cll Boyd nnd Albert Pair- rooster while playing nt the firm! on ' c Hali " ( 12:1 ° P' m field were hosts to a formal dance • hnme of his great graruimoi'hpr Mc " of lhe r " rsl - Presbyterian for the teen-age group. Receiving Mrs. J. n. Walker Is satlsficlnrv' Clu ' rch meeting at the church at with (hem were their parents. Mr, J Anthony and his parents Mr nirf! 7 '''' 9 p ' nl and M;s. L. E. Baker. Mr. nnd Mr.-. I Mrs. Tony Bruschi of Trenton N i Rpvi '- l !<l First Baotist Church con- J. have been vlsitin B here for the' : lmuln * " past .several days. Justin E. Gist has returned lo Girl Scout Lone Troop—8 : oo p m. Thursday RoUry club—13:10 p.m. Oic«o/o Events TuMrt.j Rotary Club meeting >t the Ma- Aubrey noyd and Mrs. A. 8. Fairfield. Approximately 15 guests attended. The club rooms were decorate.l with Sprinp. colors of rose, yellow, '.'urnle and green. The Spring llowors and balloons wpvre of matching oo!or.«. Balloons were tie;l to the ] '.vrnt nt each dancer, so thnt color j prevailed over the ballroom, added 'lo the atli-actlvene&s of Ihe decora- tiojis. A .slrikinf; arrangement of tulips. iris and spiraea in a low howl. flanked by laper.s burning in crys- lal rmiriers, centered the rcfrcsh- ! mcivt tablr. ! -.. ! Robert Purtle Is Host jWith Spaghetti Supper AT KIRBY'S THIS WEEK Save - Save - Save - Save Fitch Spring Offer Genuine Knickerbocker shower spray. Reg. $2 Value. Fitch Dandruff Remover Shampoo, Reg. 75c value. Both for $1.1 9 50c & $1 .00 Suave Hair Dressing Brcck Shampoo ........ ROUK Eyebrow and Lash Dy« $3.00 Bneck Baby Sen ............ $! 50 B»«elc Comp. Scalp Treatment $2.50 Handy Hanna Hair Dryer $9.95 Shower Capi ......... - Hgdnut Home Permanent Toni Deluxe Horn* Wove $2.75 $2.00 In Stock for Summer Polaroid. Sun Glasses, Kliph) l,in« Sun Glasses, ,'icnic Ji IRS , Thermo* Boltlw, Plates, Cups. Napkins, Electric Fans ICECREAM Homemade, Freexer Fresh Pint Vanilla 25c Flayort 30c -.._....„. ,.„.,„ lms rciurned o \Vashtnglon. D. c.. after .spending Friday. TMO p. m , 48 Supner Club mectinR al th» ! home of MIA. W. w. Wotson Jr., at ; 7 lOO p.m. Mr. and _ Mrs. Floyd' Maralyn'.' Mr' V ",iu«t!ri ' ] P ' • E °' slslern< »tf Chapter O. has jn.,t. returned from ' Polniut ' mc . ctln ? lt lne l ""' m « of Mrs. Charles " ~—^ Coleman at 2iCO p.m. Thursday arid uh I Colleue. Jonesbor,,. Bra ^-n v-uio uan ai who was home, for the weekend, en-; House at. J:00 p.m. icrtr-incd with n spaghetti supper 1 Kiwnnis Club meeting al at his home Saturday o'clock. night at 7 <-H Club Calf Show at lh« Court the Special guests for the affair WPre Louis DoHinger of 81 . rr.ncb. Ark! wnn is Rouen's roommate Clifford Rotten nt Helena, and hi, roommate. Jerry Haley of > lc "e *£ grade school at 7:00 p.m. Friday | Wteleynn Guild or the First I Methodist Church meeting at the I home or Miss Vivian Scurlock with Miss TJelon Martin n.s co-hostess. ' where he was Vice Counsel in charge scy in Warsaw. "*" m . as " Maud Oliver are in Memphis lodav LINENS for LADS Boys' Eton Linen HandkerchM Llnrn Suitt S/ie 2 to 6 7,50 Boys' Two Piece Suits 2 to 6 5.95 BASSINETTE Bastinerte Liner Baby Scales $5.95 $5.95 $5.95 THE TOT SHOP Mr*. Mouriee (Shirley) Sander* 110 South Second St. . Pkw,* 230H Mn. Homer's Student* *• Fretent Fiona Kecital A pUno reclt.l will b* pres«n(ed by th« itudenl* of Mrs, Jess Horner tomorrow night, 7:30, at the Sudbury School Auditorium. Th« prcuram entitled, "Horn* on the lunge" »m b« given in the form of * play. Another number will Include a comedy »k!t by Charlew Heiuon and Billy Olascock. others Whs will participate are Emadel Swearen«en, Marilyn Daugherty Kay Hindman, Lorna Horner. Margie D«ugherty, Sue Harmon, Maurice Webb Jr. Patty Wright, Peter Abbott Marcia Lee Webb, June Horner, Mella Faye Sallba, Tommy Harliog, Sue Owens and Lou Owens Ushers will be Larry Baker and Brltt Owens. At The Hospitals "lyfhevllle Hospital I>l«nla«e<l: Mrs. V. E. Tomlinson and baby', N. J. Humphrey, city. Mrs. Beatrice Abbott, Dell. Mrs. Clarence Moore, city. Mrs. Aileen WlllJams, city. Joe Lynn Atkins, city. Mrs. Alex Saliba and baby, Steele MO. ' Loul« Lester, Cooler. Mn WilU Hospital Di.srabted: Clarence IXJITCII, Manila. Mrs. James A. Mason and baby Coot«r. J ' Mrs. R. E, Jacques and baby, Lux- Mrs. Eula Posey. Steele. I France&s Oammlll, city. Tommy Gammlll, city. Mrs. Bonlta Moir, Steele. Mrs. George D. Pollock .Jr., city. Mrs. Hither Pord, Luxora. Mrs. W. D. Tommy and baby, city. Mrs. James Gray and baby, Rte 1, city. Betty Jane Johnson, Cooler. Mrs. Magdaline Fauglit. Cooler. Women't Club Leoder* fnrertoine</ at Ste«/e Hw "« Holland Women* Club «ntert«ln»d jointly with a te« Wednesday at SteeJe" 1 ' °' ""' C ' "' M * flln "' The tea w», given in ronor of Mrs. Morrell D« Reign of Caruthersvllle, Mo., state president of the federation of Women's Clubs, and ol MM H. L. Stnmk of Cape Girardeau president, of the Ninth district of which both the St«le and Holland Clubs are members. Mrs. Frank Huffman of ste«le and Mrs. Charles Cahoon of Holland presided the t«» table. A bowl of pastel tullus In the center of the table set the color scheme for the tea. These colors were echoed in the candles In the cryaUl eandel- eabra and In the trays of sandwiches, cookies and mints. Mrs. Strunk spoke to the clubs of the excellent, work which the Ninth District Is doing In state club work. She also gave suggestions on club procedure and emphasized the need. for attending state federation meetings. Mrs. De Reign gave the members Inside glimpses of the duties and privileges of a stat* president. MOKPAT, Infant Seoy Buried Gravwid* rit« for the Infant son of Mr. »nj Mrs. Floyd S««y wer« conducted thlx morning at th» Kmwcod cemetery b.v tin Rev. p. H. Jernlgan, pastor of Die Calvary Baptist Church. The child wai dead at birth, yesterday, in th« Wa.lx Hospital. ftirvivora other than the parenu who live at the Veterans Homing Quarters, »re > three-year old brother, Bobby Seay; hU grandparent Mr, and Mrs. T. I. Seay anti WT and Mrs. T. W- Webster, all of Bly. Dieville. The Cobb runeral Horn* was in charge. Officers At* Elected At Band Mot/ten Meeting A general meeting was held Friday afternoon by the band mothers at the Home Economics Cottage. During the business meeting, presided over by Mrs. Kendall Berry officers were elected for the new year. They were Mrs. T. J. Bailey, president, Mrs. Jerry Hearn. vice- president and Mrs. Berry, secretary and treasurer. Plans were made for the annual band banquet to be held May 7. after which a report was given by Karl Wadenpufuht band director, on the Band Clinic to be held In Stuttgart, April 23 and 2« ANNOUNCiMENT Mississippi County Association ft Women's Missionary Union* rf Baptist Churches will meet at lh« *1rst Baptist Church here at JO'M o'clock Friday morning. Osceola Baptist Church will have the program. There will t>e a monthly meetini )f the workers conference of th« First Christian Church at 1:30 pm Mrs. J. P. Garrott will serve as hos.'' BACKACHE in-organic and non-sysleinlc Kidney and d*r troubles. Iry Cytrex. QulcJc. romp!"i RUbfaULon or moneir hack nuarantcetl At,>our druBKht lor Cyrtc» lodaj. Don't Forget t/ie Big BINGO PARTY Wednesday, April 21, 8:30 p.m. AMERICAN LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 All Proceeds Will On For Building School in Blyfheville Sponsored by the Ladie* of the Catholic Church the BEAUTY BAR Mm. Nor* Sprsdloy. Owner Ulcncoe HolH BulUIng Phone 3202 Margirn Dean Smith. I'auy Lucy Operator* Flavor to make 'em untile . . . and come back for more. Corn- Soya's crisp, tongue-licklinn!, ('• fun lo eat , . . nourishing, too. And the cost p«r serving with milk and sugar is really *maM. Gel soma today. AMERICA'S FAVORITE BUSINESS PEN An ideal iludent p«n with a poinl for »v«ry writing task. CHOOSI THI tIGHT POINT way you FOU NTAIN PIN The DON EDWARDS CO. 124 (Mt th« Don Edward* Habit W»)n»f ,1382 cunlinnotis Shows Kvery Day Box Office Opens 1:-I5 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN J:M i.m. ja:45 p.m. 4:30 p I^ast Time Today Golden Earrings with M»rlene Dietrich »nd Ray Mllland Continuous Showing Every D»y Tuesday Rnd Wednesday UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Selected Shnrtl Continuous Showing Bo* Office Opens S:3H Show Starts 6:43 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts I:IS Continuous Shows Sat. £: Sun. Bargain Night Kvery Night Except Saturday j Xr» pa?hes honnrrd nn Sunday at Ro.xy Thealrcj Last Time Today The Stranger ^tri Edward O. Robinson and l.oretta YOUTIR Foi .Movietone Xcw» anrf Short Tuesday anff Wednesday ; FEATURE f McGuire M Madison Hubert Mitchum . Bill Williams

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