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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 3, 1944
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(ARK.) COURIER :NEWS t< Coining Event* MONDAY Executive Boanj of .Woman's Auxiliary ,'qf first Presbyterian Clrurqh hating luncheon at church, honoring !\{rs, H.' H, 917, l p.m. Efccythf go?r(l o( Women's Missionary On(6n of F\K\ 9aptli>t Church, meeting st church 1:45 p in,, followed by business meeting 2 30 p.i m . i Woman's, v Society of C|«lstlim Ser\icc of Hist McthD(Jts,t Church meeting at 'rfiuroJ\ for business, 2 30 p m i Woman's Society of Christian Seivice of Lake Street Methodist Cliurclv' meeting,' at' church, 2:30 p. .in. , Women's • Missionaiy Society of Calvary Baptist'Clruicli meeting at church, 7 30 p in {Deacons' meeting of Calvary Bautist Church 1 nt, church, 7:30 p m ' . ' , Club 23 meeting at Woman's Club 8 p m Mi', and Mis Edgai Boruiii;"Mr.:and <l Mrs. Meyer Grater and Mr. and-Mis. R A Nelson, hosts and Woman's Missionary Study (Si'pup of First 'Christian Church meeting Ultli Mrs R C. Rose nt Rosolaud, 2 30 p m TUESDAY Double G Ciufa meeting with Mre J Farrls McCalla La Ne(U'e Cliib meeting KltJi ^frs W. Q. Bojd \ Mrs J. P Nolen entertaining G N B-Club, - t Mrs S P Martin entertaining Bl-Monthly Club. Weslejan Seivice Guild of First Methodis^ Church having sochl meeting at churcii, 7 o'clock WEDNESDAY Friendly Seven club meeting with Mis. O O ElUns 3 Mrs J Fonts McCalla entertaining A D. O Club ' THURSDAY , Double Four Club meeting with Mrs Ray Hal! Mrs G E Keck eiiteclalnlng Thursday Contract Club FRIDAY Initial Club meeting with Mr; Lane Nowell. •JOC Club meeting; with Mrs George Hale Rev., Mrs H. '(. Kicld Entertain At Reception < i ' The Rev, and Mrs \Hnrvey T. Kldd, ««fe host and hostei \<t more thun ICKj guests last Attained sllh tion at the manse. I In the receiving line WUj (he Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Kldd were, Judge ami Mrs, Zal B. Harrison, MX. and Mrs. E. P. Fry, Mr. and Mrs) Ross Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Ray 'Wo.illJliig- ton, Mr. and Mrs, Roy Wslton, Mr. ' ntght clien 'hey sn- an mtornial recep- and Mis S E Vail, Dr ' Mrs A. F MI.S. Fowlslon Entertains Honoring Miss Baijiam Miss Slilrley Barhnm \ylio was presented m an organ recUn.1 Tliursday night at Fust Christian. Church, \\cs- complimented at an infonnal reception at t,he Koine of her teuchei, Mrs Dalton C Fcwl- ston, immediately following the re-. Cltill The church was elaborately decorated, ^Hh baskets ol roses dud gladioli, gifts to Miss Bartvam frpm friends Harvey H Orr of Buffalo, i\Y, Va, and Mrs. Harvey. T. Ktdd' Sj 1 ., ut Memphis. 1 The entire lower floor of the home was thrown open to the giies^, with vases of lilies and roses arrange^ throughout the rooms ', The refreshment table, where punch, cakes, nuts and mljils' v vyorp served, WAS centered with n eo^tiil bov,l filled \yllh roses, larkspur,, and swceipens In pastel shades. Mis J p. Pilde Si , Mrs Dietrich nnd Mrs. E. A. Nice were In ehaiBO of the (efreshment table, w(lHe girls who assisted In serving were Miss rjiinces Bright, Mits Mary Lou Joyner, Miss Ainelln. Sa- Ittin and Miss Nancy: McOlll. Miss Sarnh Grace \Ioyner was in charge of the guest book Announcement Party Given F<?r Miss Elsie L^timer Mrs. M. J. Koehler and Mrs. O. A. Smith entertained with an an- lonncernent party last nljht at the Koehler home In Dell \vheii th'e iiBagemei\t,of Miss Elsie ^Latlnicr 0 Pfc.'Herman Koeliler was "announced. Tlie cnterta\nlng looms of the 101110 were tiecoi nled with mixed Rummer flowers hi patriotic cpl- irs, with the military theme fui- her can-led out by llic tally is used In the game oP'Bridc 1 ' vhlch was played dm Ing the eve- ilng Mbs Ma(y Lois Morgan received 1 luncheon set (or high scpro In ,hc gam,e. and ivjtss Hora Simpson, i hamlpalnted water set. for Ipw score, with; both gifts 1 presented to ;he brlderClfct. The announcements were clev- ;riy concealed : In mlnlnture flags used as favors on the refreshment plates. The Ice course served «ou^ iimied the patrbllc mollf, with ;he'individual cakes kcd In red! whlto nnd blue The marriage of Miss Lallmer id Private Koehler will bo solemnized lu mid-Miminei, wllli plnns to bp announced latei Thp bride-elect Is the daughter of/Mrs A J. Biirford pf Rosc\aiul, and was graduated fiom Dell high oca! offjco of tl^e Southwestern Bell Telephone Company vniill her res grmltyn today Sergeant Tavplaccl, whp la, the on pf Peter, Tavolacct of New ork, a(\eridod ptibllc schools' In •Jew yprk. H e has been stationed t Blythevllla Army Air Field, since wrtly nf(<sr H was activated In ?ible Class Meets Mrs p. N. Hawkins and Mrs. 0)111 Foster Ible cio.83 hurch last ome, when 10 members aixl ttvree uesla, Mis B P. Gay, Mrs. H. H. "leks .of Lps Angers, and Mrs. J. c«lla,way pf Arkadelphla, v^ere resent. The cl^vptional on "FaAth" vsas Ivcn by Hr? Hawkins, followed by prayer ' Mr? resl^ij pyer the bm)nw session. During the soplal hour, contests ere played w^h MfS. Qay 'the •Innor Mr,s / HavvHIns also ga\e cveraj selep(loiu ' .'• Cookies and Iced drinks ' \yerc erved. , class lai>t The Fowlslon'homo w:J tiltfat- IKeiy arranged with \ascsif rnHed Bummeijloyers, while the refreshment table was centered with a low crjslal bawl filled with vane sated blossoms and flanked with slender white taners in crystal holders Refreshments weie served by Mrs Farmer England and Mrs R S Baird, while Miss Snra Giace Joyner nnd Miss Ann Deen, vyhQ served as ushers at the recite,] assisted Mrs. Powlston in entei- lalnmg the 50 guests Vjlio attended the- reception • • • Mrs. Graves Is Hostess Mrs Cecil Graves vros hostess to members of the Initial club yester- -uay afternoon, when Miss Juanita Middleton also v\as a guest . Bunco uas plajed during the afternoon, with high score prize avoided Mrs w S Eastburn, bun/ co to Mrs Herman' Mays and liw to Airs Claud Stewart A dessert course was served • * • .*. Announce Biah Oi Son Corp and. Mrs Arthur M \Vash- burn Jr.. are the parents ot a son Lorn May 8, who has been named Arthur Mansfield \Vashbnrn in * corporal Washburn who now is stationed in Texas with the Army j formerly lived in Blytheville \vhlle his father. Dr. A M Washburn was head of the County Health Vnlt here Dr Washburn, now a lieutenant colonel \y ( th the Army .is serving in Italy. > scli9p\ montli v Private , Koejilei was fiom Bljthc\llle high school, and novy Is stutlwcd \jiyi Camp upborne, La ' j ' « * ' • )orc(is Class HE^S Meeting The Dorcas Class ot First Baptist Jhurch met afternoon al the church f,ov a business meeting Following the opening \\yn\n prajer was offered, by Miss Cordelia Wilhlle The devotional In the torn of n poem Mrs by Charles Necomb, and wag With ^ prayer by Mrs Artful Rushing Tlie business, meeting was pre dert over by Mrs J, W. Dolcn ?resld?ril when iepo(ts w.pre file In request fon«, aii(! plans wen made for Oie quarterly social to be held in J(ily. Closing prayer v\as given by Mr. Newcomb. Fortnightly Club Meets Mrs. George Pyles was hostess t members • of the Fortnightly Clu Thursday afternoon' at her horn on Hearn Street, wlien she als entertained two gviests, Mrs. S. P Martin and Mrs. A. M. Butt. Variegated sweetpeas were vise throughout the entertaining rooms while each of the small luncheo tables was centered with a crysta bowl of pansles. Following lunch, bridge wa played, with high score Mrs. Butt and second Mrs. Martin. held high Vliss Bombalaski To Wed 'ergt. Frank Tavolacci Mr, and Mr>, John re today armquncliig th^e . nent and appioichuig marriage ot heir daughter, Miss Marie Bomtja-, skl, to Sergt. Rank WQlaccI pf ilythcuiic Army A(r Fi«ltl aud the ironx, NY. Tlie marriage will be solemnized t. the Church of tho Immuculala •oncepllon at 9 o'clock on the 101 ning of June 10. The Rev. Frank' .IcDevltt of Little Rock, formerly f Blytheville, will celebrate the upttal high rriass, Miss Bprnbalaskl attended Ely. icvllle hlqh, sc.hqol, and lias be^n nployed »s ol\I»r pp^rator fpr (hi; the Ladjcs of First Methodist »t Hie Hawkins Wya,tt Jiitlsh Girl ergt, S. T. Of Interest licrc is the leiit- of the marriage of Miss Lese Bollard, -, daughter o( Mr. and ^rs. Ben Pollard of the Hockey, {npUlneley. Yorkshire. England, to «rgt. S. T. Hardln Jr., of Blythc- Illc, e marrjagc was solemnhjecl , Sergeant Hardln, who is the son f Mi and ?Jrs S T Hardln Sr., f Jonesboro, fprnterlv of T}l ille, wa? graduated from thp iii?h school and was an employe f the Delta Implement Company nlor to entering "the Army. He ins been (n England fpi the past wo years. Clqb Entertained Daily Vacation Bible School Opens Monday Many Blytheville youngsters ar$ expected to participate ' In Mph; day's' 'Qpcn.lng session pf the Iwtji week Dally Vacation Bible Schools held at the First Baptist church and llic First " Methodist Church; Both schools will begin ot 8:30 a, in,, and last until 11:30 a. m. each week-day morning. • 'Children from the ages pf four to 14 years attending tho Meth,()(llsi SQhpol will be divided into primary, Jiinlprs and Interiiiedl-: at« groups. In charge of the grpups will 'Ijo. Mrs. Hugh WhiLsItt, primary; Miss Marjorle Warren; 'bc^ glnners; 'Mrs. Earl Buckley, juniors, and. Miss Evelyn Parker Ihtermcdl- atc.s. The Rev. S, B. Wilford, ua's- tor of llic clinreii, will serve as rliiclpal of the school. Tlie Baptist. 'School, which .will Include children from Hie ages of four to 1C years, will be' under the direction of Mtes Sarah' Prances Rowland, recently appointed edn- lional director of Die church. Assisting Miss Rowland will b? Mrs. Murray Smart, Mrs. Leslie Mooro, Mrs. John Buchanan, Miss Betty Woodson, Mrs. Byron Nail, Mrs. H. 0. Blankenshlp, Miss Jane Snced.'MJrs. Jake Huffman, Mrs. J. H. gceiiian, Miss Beatrice Hargef.1, Miss Minnie Foster. Miss . Lima Wlllilm Mrs E. C. Brown, Mrs. H. H. Brooks, Mrs. Emineli Simmons, Mrs. jQhn Tyrone, 'Mrs. J. W Shouse.'Mrs. R,.' L. Jon^sV and Mrs. M. C. Outlaw. ' ;;'"> Met's Lo$s SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 19-14 Bits pf News i ' Mr. and -Mrs. T. R.. Ivy will leave Monday for Philadelphia, pa.,, wl\erc they wtll vLsil their son, Ensign Victor Ivy, vyho is ' , stationed there with the' Navy. Scrgl. and 'Mr.s. Olcn - Spra ry of. Fort Bemilng, Qa., artlved here yesterday to be with his mother, Mrs.-Lyaift, Sprayljerry. who. UhV ' ' dcrweiit u 'irinjor 'operation U? Hospital. this Mrs Fred Icahy of khoxvtllc, Tenn, hpusegueibt ot her sister, Mrs J Flank Blown, was a guest the pnrty given yesteiduy after- ippn by Mrs Toin, Mttjjry fot of the 400 Club." ! is the C\ay Summer (lov\ers 'decorated •ummy v^a^ ployed timing ernobn. High score prize' wns 'won by Mrs, George Hale nnd second .ilgh'by Mis Mabrj : " A sant\wlclj with Iced dflnU \va^ served At the HoipitaU BlytheylUe Hospital Admitted- Sandra Lou Maness, Rlpley, Tciin ^erry Gayiler, Monetle. D(siv,lssetl— Rpyle Aycock, Luxpu. N^is J c. Chumley. city. Mrs TOHI Fleernnn anil baby city \\':\ttc, Hospital Admitted— MVs. Robert Rice, Steele. MQ. Mrs. Earl Riggs, city. Mrs, V. L. Marr, city, plsmlssed— Mis. Hurschell Ballard, city. Mrs. Ivle Spanii, c(ty. Mrs. Mildred Stlvey, Holland, Mo. Mrs. J. P. Morris nnd, baby. clly. Memphis Metliculisl Hospital Adinitted— Mrs. W. C. Davis, city. Orvel Hay, saa.nmn 3-o, who has' spent the past several months overseas ' now is the guest of his iwrenl.s, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kay at Lone Oak for H days. He will report Ip. San Diego, Cnllf., for 'reassignment. Miss Cliftlc Webb and Miss. Jane fylcAdanis spending trie wecl;- em\ in cainden. Ark., as the guests of friends. "" ' ' ' " ' Frederick Greife of WIiKlsqr, Mo,, guest of his cousin, Oswald , a.iid his parents, Mr. and Jrs.. o. P. Ralney. Georgo Hubuard Jr., Is spending . brief vacation here, \yith, his par : ill*. Mr. and Mrs, G. G. H'ubbn'rd Si'., before retiicping to .University f Tcuncsscp, Knoxvilib, where he vHl Attend S\nni\\iir schopl. Miss Katharine' 1 Hudson will rir- Ive tonight from Hcndrlx Colleg", Conway, Ark., to spend the Suin- ner vacation here with her parents .!r. anil Mrs: 1 A. O. Hudson. Miss Peggy .White will arrive. . norrow morning from University >f Arkansas, ynyetleville. : IQ • spend he Summer here with her parents A dny means a period of 12 hours to the Chinese. Hear Evangelist FERN HUFFSTUTLER or the ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH ea?h night fg^ the ne*t two weeks, MUs Huffstutler is oi\e of the outstanding evangelists of the U. S. A. Good Music qnd Special Singing Each Night BfG/NS SUNDAY N/GHT-8 O'CLOCK Blond and Jeffreys svas headed Anne the Metropolitan ; 'Opera when she was sidetracked by a Him talent scout.. She's pictured Dinging Olid leading chorine band in S\vooner Sinatra's new picture after graduating lo scrcenjpnd's ''bin lime" Irom horse opcfasi CHURCH NEWS GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lily and Vine Streets Clifford L. fhacker, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m: Worship service, 11 a. hi. Jr. P.Y.P.A,, 0:30 p. m. Sr. P.Y.P.A,., t p, m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kldd, minister Sunday 9;45 a. m.—Sunday School. ' 11 a. m.—Morning Worship. < 0:30 p. m.—Pioneers and Young People. 7:30 p. m. — Evening-service: Sermon by Dr. H. H. Orr, a former pastor of the church. Monday .. . r.OQ p. m,—The Executive Board of (ha Auxiliary will have a luncheon at the church complimenting Mrs. Orr, Wednesday ' 7:30 p. m—Prayer Meeting. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHUHCI! Sixth and Walnut Streets Tho mug B. Smyllie. it., minister Trinity Sunday 9:30 A. M. Church School — the last session until next Fall 11:00 A. M. Holy Communion and Sermon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben White. •Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harris, hnyc returned after two weeks spent at Hot Springs. ,. '' ' ;< Mrs. J.-.E.- Call.away or Arkadelphia, Ark.', is [spending a fey? vyeeks liere with'l^cr-daughter, Mrs.' 0.' Ii. Wyllc nnil Mr, VVi'lie, ant) her soni Paul Calli\way. She returned home ivlth Mrs. Wylle, who was her giiests In A'rkadelphltv for t\yo weeks. ,,M(sscs Mary Alice and Jonvi Kucter arrived Thursday from Rli Mary's Academy, Little Rock, lo spend n 'few. dnys vacation -,vith their mint, M.Lss Margaret Ta.sch- ner. They plan to leave soon t,i join, their parents, Mr. and Mri. .Joe Kucter nt their home in the Paiiaina Canal Zone. Mi's. Leon Scott of CnTiithcr.svH.le, Mo., • who lins been the giiek <,! her sister, Mrs. Jerry Hearii, 'left Thursday for Memphis - for a vls!c with another sister, Mrs. W. J. Oakes. She was accompanied to Memphis by her niece, Pat Hcarn, who also is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. Oakes. Mrs. Fred Leahy of Knoxvllle, Tenn.. is the guest for several dajs of her sister, Mrs. J. Frank Brown and Mr. Brosvn. Mrs. Emma M. Burner hn.s returned to her home lierc after brief visit in Mansfield, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Beall awl two young sons, of Marion, Ark., arrived this afternoon for n few qdys visit with Mrs. Dcall's parents, 1 and Mrs. P. E. Cooiey. Miss Rosa Hardy uhd, her niece. Miss Mary Gray, left this morning for Gates, Tenn., where Miss Hardy \ylll spend the Summer vacation, and where Miss Gray will visit relatives. Miss, I7oyce Gill hns arrived front Conway, Ark., where she has liecii attending State Teachers cpllcga She will spend the Summer nl Del' with her parents, Mr. amid Mrs. n G. Gill. CALVAKY EPISCOPAL CHURCH OsceoU Thamas B. Smythe, Jr., minister Trinity Sunday 7:30 P. M. Evening Prayer and Sermon. BAPTIST CHAPE!, Lily Street Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Rus- cll Baugh, supt. B.T.U., 6:30 p. m, FIRST METHODIST CIIUKCH Key. S.'B. \VUfgrfl, pastor Church School, 9:45 o. m. U. S. Branson, stipt. > Morning worship, 10:55 a. m. Evening worship, 1:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 m. Full Gospel Tabernacle Presents Evangelist HARRY WILSQH BAKER of New Jersey Noted Gospel Preacher- Famous Musician, Lily & Vine Sts. Wghtly, 8 p. m. Don't Miss a Nite! CALVAKY BAPTIST CHURCH Hev. G. W., Archer, pastor Sunday School, 8:45 a. in. James Barber, Supt. ' Morning worship, 11 a. m. "By Wisdom the World Knew Not God", pastor's subject, D.T.U., 0:30 p. m. Jim England, director. Evening worship, 1:30 " o'clock, "Die Parable of the Ark' 1 , pastor's subject, Wednesday night, 7:30 o'clock, mid-week prayer service and choir rehearsal, Edwin Barger director. LAKK .STREET METHODIST CHURCH Bales Sturdy, pastor . Church School, 9:50 a.m. Ivcrson Morris, supt. Morning worship, 10:45 a. m. "This glorious body of Christ", pastor's subject. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowships, 7 p. m. Evening worjhlp. B p.m. "When spirit blonds with spirit", pastor's subject. Young peoples council Monday night. 8 o'clock. Board of stewards, Tuesday night, 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting, Wednesday night, 8 o'clock. rot Luck supper and Men's Meeting, Thursday night, 8 o'clock, IMMACULATE CONCErnON OHUKCli Asl\ and Division Streets Rev. J. .1. Thompson Kcv. J. I". McDonnell Sunday Masses 7:30 and 10:30 a. m. Benediction will follow 10:30 o'clock Mass. Wee'kday' Masses, G:30 and 8 a', in. Friday evening, 7;'JO o'clock, No- yena hi honor of pur sorrowful mpthcr. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash 'Streets Kev, 1{, E. Slnims, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. in. Radio program, 2 p. m. O. A. Class, 0:45 p. m. . Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Revival services every evening at 8 o'clock. CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE SERVICE Woman's Clubhouse 1415 W. Main \ God the Only cause and Creator" Is the subject of the Lesson- Sermon ivhlcli will be read In alt Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist on Sunday. The Golden Text Is: "He is the former of all things, and Israel Is the rod of his Inheritance; Tho Lord of hosts is his iiain.e." Jeremiah .10:1G. Among the citations which com- prl^e the Lesson-Serin on is the lolloping from the Bible: "6 Lord, 1 hovv manifold are thy works! in wisdom hast then made them nil: the. earth |s full of thy riches." Psalms 104:24. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZA.RENE Fliwt anil Sycamore Streets Uev. F. W. N»sh, pastor Sunday School- 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, iO:SO a. m. -The Work of Christ", pastor's snb- ect. Service for young people, V:15 ). m. Evening service, 8 p. m. Sermon pastor. W/edn'esday night, mid-week pray- meeting, 8 p. m. . FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Brown, paston Sunday School, 9:30 a. in. Worship service. 10:45 a. in. Special music. "What of the Nlpht", Mrs. Farmer England, an- iphonal soloist: Sermon by pastor. B.T.U., 7 p. m. R L Sherrick, di- •ector. Evening service, 8 p m. "Holy Spirit Breathe 0(1 Me", Mrs. Henry Shannon, Mrs. John Wall- Miss Frances Sliouse. Sermon by pastor. WEDNESDAY 1 p. m. Sunday School teachers and officers meeting. 7:30 p. in. Mid-Week prayer service.'-JV'.'' 8:10 p, in. Choir rehearsal. Summer, winter, rain or shine HOTCHU KUin is always line. Goy Gean's SKATING RINK Now Oyen For f5ummer liig Tcfit Now Locatied Across From N T^aimdry Afternoon anil Nite Sessions The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gifts COSIVIETICS SABS GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Ingram ;Blflg. Phone Z254 MOSS BRYAN Now Open MARTIN'S CAP? Specializing In Delicious Steak Dinners Real Southern Barbecue Sandwiches—Cold Drinks 1JEEIJ ON TAi> AND IN KOTTLES ' . 114 W. JOHN FOSTER, Manager Phone 5G5 SUMMER CLASSES I" PIANO - ORGAN and VOICE l—Schedules now being |arranged Mrs. EALTON Q. FOWLSTON, B.A., M.S.M, Former New York Organist and Teacher . Write Mrs. Fowlslon noi Chickasawba or Plione 20J9 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, proporly designed, are remeinbered always. Our flowera are M- way'4 fro?h, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert *esJgner» h^lp you with your floral r.TJ>. ». Ml tbt, i, M. (MM) w« Dtfim fin<» OtaMM BMf. Let Blytheville Lgun P dry and Dry Cleaners Keep You In Nothing 'makes y,ou feel more relaxed and at ease during hot days than crisp, clean clothes. On. a hot day a clean suit gives you an illusion of coolness and cleanliness that will take you through the worst days. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTEK DRY CLEANING 418 STEAM LAUNDRY MARGARET'S BEAUTY HHOr 1M H. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems By Appointment Have Fan & Refrigerator Biotors Cleaned For Summer. New UcaHonl 16 N 1st J, T, (Charlie) Stalcnp Phone 2993 or 2598 III/ Continuous Showi Eyery Day Boi Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 , . .,.,... TO KLCN IM B.BL 12:45 p.m. 4:3» Saturday HUKf JL3HUIMAN P WILLIAM BOYO i jt . MWI \l\ we ."JiPfMTii Kuyuu . ,. > ,f' i POUCIUS pUMBRjlU • WEN '.5' •J: , ^.H*li • IMKC1S MtBONillO '•'j -JK^-w^-S- •sk~~?5isSL-£:_J-. •tot3&^ Serial: "Alaskan aijrslery" No. 7 , and Sliort Subject ' Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 lo 11:30 Sunday and Monday I'aramounl j\c>V5 mill Sliort Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 to 11 ROXY Matlneej Sat. A San. Only Opens each night Hil'i; starts 1 Opens Sunday 1:00; Start] 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Son. fUrjaln Night Every Night Except Satnrda;. No paue« honored on Booiajr at (he Koiy. Saluviliiy |()D CAMERQH Serial,' "Secret Service in Africa* ? anil Shorl. Con. Showing Sat'aay 1:00 lo 11:30 Sunday and Monday FOY News and Paramount Short "iMEMPIltS BELI.K" Continuous Sliowlng Sun. 1:15 to

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