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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 29, 1948
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SATURDAY, MAY 29, 19-18 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COUR1KR NKWR S&cietu, J\tew& 9 Phone 4161 PAGE FTV» Sorority Meeting Held ] At Jimmie Edwards Home Mrmbera of Ihr Alpha DclU Chapter of BeU Slfiua Phi Sorer-, ity hart thflr flnnl meeting of thf Miss Nancy Holbrook Shuford to Wed Harry Albert Haines This Afternoon Miss Nancy Holbrook Sliuford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Harold Shuford Sr., of Hickory, N. C., will become'the biide of Harry Albert Haiiics of Blytlieville in a candlelight ceremony to l» solemnized ! Donald Day and Mr. and Mrs. T. H.I oat\ng the business mrtriRjt II "' at 5:30 o'clock this afternoon in Hickory. Mr. Haines is the son of Mr. Caraway wore hosts and hostesses , «•«* <lp«ded IhiU the sorority would i lp „., , yoslerdnv n(t?rm>ou ! chrl ' ; U«» S*n'!c* Coming Events Social Calendar !Mund*T Lake Str«t Women's Society of To Wed Socialite current nt (he home o( Mrs. JLmmle Krt- and Mrs. Harry Wilmer Haines of Blytheville. A large number of guests, including many from out-of-town, will attend the double ring ceremony which is to be solemnised by Dr. H. D. Alttiouse in the Corinth Evaivr-lieal and Reformed Church. Large baskets of peonies will foe> -banked against a background of ' ferns, palms and Southern stniiax swcct heart neckline, short cap to form a setting of unusual beauty for Mie wedding party. The soft glov of myriads of cancUe.s will be the only light used during the ceremony. A program of pro-nuptial music will be presented by Mrs- John McFarland, organist, and Parel Warlick of Newton, N. C., vocalist. Mrs. McFarland's selections will in- chid P. "Poeme", Fibsch, "Meditation" "from Thais, .the theme from ^Rachmaninoff's Second Concerto, wild (he theme from Piano Concerto ^n B Flat by Tchaikovsky. The traditional wedding marches will be used for the processional a lid re- ce.ssional and during the exchange of vows, Mrs. McFarland will play "Trnumenii". Mr. Warlick will present "Ick Libre Dich", Grieg, and "Cairn as the Night", Bonn, During the musical program, the altar candles will be lighted by Miss Martha Geitone- Cousln Is Flower (Jirl Mrs. W. B. Clark Jr., of Wilson. N. C., will serve as matron of honor, and bridesmaids will be Mir Greta Gartn of Hickory and New York City, Miss Margaret Guin of Atlanta, Ga.. and Washington, D. C., Mrs Ford D. Little of Greensboro, N. C., and Miss Josephine Hambrick of Hickory. Ann Shuford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Shuford, and cousin of the bride, will serve as flower girl. All the feminine attendants will be gowned in original frocks of pale sleeves and flaring skirt. Bands of black net are used to band the 20lh Century Club Has Buffet Supper, Dance Mr. and MM. Elwood Deen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Day, Mi. mid Mrs. Bernard Graham. Mr. and Mrs. ! (ll ' ( ' ls we " installed, During the business _ _ _ _._ »s decided thai the sor Thursday nlVht" wlTen""nie"v" enter- i llsve °" e mettlnsi each month dur- church xt 2:30 p m. - *t fl E O. Club kwlnj enlerlalned Mrs, Roy Morris was Riven lier j nel tne " om * of Mlss J'«5'e Hutf- pledge ritual and Mrs. F. E. utlcy j '"""• w«* Installed as treasurer at the Tu»«d«j meeting yesterday. They were 1111- Trl-Town Club being entertained able to attend the meeting on Die l nl " lc home ol Mrs. Worth 13. day the ritual* were given and of- tamed members of the 20th Century Club with supper at the o'clock. The long table from which sup[>er R dance and buffet Legion Hut at 8 ing the Summer. Holder. Tue.sdny Bridge Club members Hireling nl the home, nf Mrs, IV>y'- "- ' HI. Wednntda; n. K. r. M. Club members Small gifts were brought by each | enlerlnlned il the hom« nl Mrs, memmber to this meeting which, I-eou Scherer, will be sent patients in Kennedy j TliursiUy Hospital. Memphis, to be used for 1 Oclelte Club meeting it lh« home 1 their blUBO parties. This was re-1 °< Mrs. M. N. Nimn. • quested by i lie American Red Cross j Thursday Conlrnrl Club inem- i low silver bowl filler! with mniilp Association. l bers meeting nt the home. o( Mrs sleeves and the lull hemline of the L£Ln• Vnd fliu kc i bv nIk l« >e •» ' C ' M Sma "' vvl '° ls c °-™'»-'- « l !> ' "' I " uslor dress, and she will wear a hat of h ..,..;; n _ , n „,,..„ _,.,";„,' '"•'•Lemons Furniture Storo was Die Thursday Luncheon Club being miming in siner candelabra. ' guest speaker. Ho spoke lr> the fiioup . enierlnlned nt the home of Mrs. pale pink trimmed with a bow of black Chanlilly lace. Her long Klovcs are of black net and she will wear a corsage of pink rosebuds. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Shuford will entertain with a reception at their home party for members of (he bridal and out-of-town guests. The ballroom was decorated with large bouquets of hydrangeas and larkspur in various colors. Crepe paper streamers In vivid shades and 1 i balloons were suspended from (he ! ceiling and the chandeliers. | Rcnuniets nf hydrangeas and larkspur were placed throughout the reception room. Guests for the affair Included Mr. on Victorian furniture. The fhiiford home will be decorated throughout with a profusion of Sum:ncr garden flowers carrying ; aml Ml ' s - Robert. Thompson. Mr. out the 'chosen color scheme of and Mrs. James Terry. Mr. and Mrs. yellow, lavender an* white. Assisting in entertaining will he Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Shuford, Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Shuford, Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Hatnbrlck, Mr. and Mrs. Connely c. Gamble, Mrs John S. . W. H. O'Keefe. Mr. and Mrs. James Elslander of Driver, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hindman, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morris. Miss Eutopla Whltwortli, Hildred Bunch, Miss Lavonne Portlock, A. S. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hardy Entertains C. B. C. Club, Guest Mrs. A. A. tdudy was hs:lcs.s yesterday when she entertained _ ., M m , iu ,,, l .^ 1 , l members of the C. B. c. Club and ! of "Mr; "6"o" Elk-Ins" one guest, Mrs. Ross Mnorr. at her home. Dn Ing the afternoon rook games,] j Russell I'iillllps. Tlnirsdny Rook club member* I mectlnn at the home of Mrs. T. \V. Gofiirth. Thursday Night Olub members being entertained at the home of Mrs. W, A. Sl.lckr.ion. Krhlay C. B. C. Club meeting «l tin- home I Alpha Brln Bunco Club being ! entertained «t the home of Mrs. Ro\ve, Miss laleen Johnson. Miss ' Sherman Washbmn. Dr. and Mrs. the home. Mr.s. Hardy won high score, Mrs. | Moore, second high and Mrs. S Clarence Dowdy, rooko. Attractive arrangements of early Summer flowers were arranged In Pot Luck Lunch t$ H«/d By Demonstration Club Tne Boynton Home Demonstra- tlon Club met Friday lor a pot luck lunch «nd t mrtlhig with line members, two new members and three visitors present. Mrs. Orxnoii W^rd gave » dls- cus.slon on culling of the poultry flock and M|M Gerlrtide Bond, locne demonxtialion ngeiil, gave a ucmoiulratlon on table .service and (llqiletle. Dining the Ijusiness meeting, the club voted lo hive K box supper on At The Hospital. Civic Calendar Ellen Shuford. Mrs. R. H. Shuford ' Wclclon Rainwater and Louis Hofl- Jr., Mrs. Harry Schmulling. Miss | nian ol Little Rock. Margaret Ann Frans, Mrs. Jimmy ' " Lee Rhyne, Mrs. Bob Ormand. Miss Crowell, Mrs. Hultt S Trances Smith all Gaither Jr., of Newton, N. C. Mrs. Francis Is Hostess th and MISS Margaret MOSS. To Club Members, Guest of Hickory, and Mrs. J. R. ' Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr. was guest To Spend Honeymoon in .ir R inli yesterday with members of the Later in the evening Mr. Haines ! Alpha Beta Bunco Club when Mrs and his bride will leave for a wed- : j oe l Francis entertained at her ding trip to points of interest in t home on West Hearn Street The hostess served » salnd course with iced drinks. Bits of News Virginia and Washington, D. C., bc- fore returning to Chapel Hill they make their home 'here' until August when he will receive his degree from the University ot North Carolina. Mrs. Haines also will take postgraduate work at the Uni- home j The ^ostess served , salad plate ' armies. yellow faille, fashioned with a deep fold of faille around the dropped shoulder and fitted bodice, with For' traveling the bride will wear tucks that extend Into a flared a suit of toast colored silk shan- I peplum banrted by double folds of tung. an original model. Her acces- I faille, from which flow the very \ sories will be of-dark, brown and) full floor length skirls. she will wear an orchid corsage- Ik, They will carry arm bouquets of •purple Dutch iris and del mixed with yellow rosebuds and i Blythev lie. Mrs. ixluls Stein of will wear matching bandeaux of! Grand Island, Nebr., aunt of the flowers in their hair. Bouquets of j bridegroom, Boyd White of Osceola, Bunco was won by Mrs. Jack Marsh during the games played with Mrs. Fred McGregor winning high score and Mrs. Ford, low score. Bouquets of roses in various colors, were arranged throughout the t Bridge Honors uquets of i Out-of-town guests will include ' Mice Tnvnpr ilphinium. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry W. Haines of; " J " ' Harry Hay Brooks has anlvpd Liberty. to spend the Summer Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce Hoard of Directors—7:30 p.m. Tuesday Lion's Club, Hotel Noble—12: is p.m. American Legion Auxiliary— American Leclon— K p.m. Wednesday Kiwanas Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Osceo/a Events Tuesday uy. 12:10 Masonic Hall. vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mlss. Vannye Whllley, who attends Ouachita College Arkadelphln has arrived home to spend two 'weeks here wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whltlcy. David Sylvester has arrived from Oklahoma A. and M. College, StHI- .., „ _ . . water. Okla., to spend the Summer Miss Sara Grace Joyner, bride- here will, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. elect of Jack McPhail Chesnult of Raleigh Sylvester. Jack Ferguson arrived home last night from Baltimore. Md., where he had been a patient In the Marine Hospital for the past three '" , Vero Beach, Pin., who is being lion- Mrs. H. W. Wylie. Mrs. G. G. Cau- Church, School of 1:00 p.m. Wednesday Flrsl Baptist The exclusive sochil set of P;ihn Head], K]a., is a-bU7,7. o\ - er nn- ollicr surprise society rumiiiu-e. Millionaire AHon I'lnlrorion Carlisle, of Lonu (.slniicl, N.' y., and mo\'i« starlet Kai'in Booth, above, announced their eiuiiige- tnent. Carlisle, :iG, recently di- vorceil, i« a noted ynchtstnun. The 27-yenr-old actress will wed under her Icfinl name, June I'iances ilotlnuin. Hi* night of June lllh to money for the club needx. raise Mrs. Butter Entertaini Seventeen Club Members OSCEOLA. Ark., May 1» — Mrs. Dismissed: Mrs. Helen Waynich, eltf. Era H»r», Armorel. Mm. L. A. Lane, Manila. Mark Campbell jr., dtjr. J. B. Solomon, Steele, M*. John. Palmer, city. Mr^r Huston Davis, Luxor*. "* Mrs, Upton Booker and baby, Wall* Dismissed' E. O. Arwood, city. Lucille Waddell, CanJth«r«viil«. Mo. , Mrs. Charles 'Hart and btbr, city. ... J. B. Green, city. Forrest C»l«, city. - S«al fur 1« not black, but brown. The glossy black seal' akin ;et Hen F. Duller Jr. entertained I he. Seventeen Club Thursday nlxht with u dinner at her home on Pearl Street. O"est other than (he mem- is was Mrs. Bill DycBs. DurtUK the bridge names, Mrs. li Joe shlppen won high score, Mrs, •! James Hyutl, second »nd Mrs. K. A .1 Hook, low si i.n e. j i Hydrangeas in pink and blue sr-lj ranged in tull vases were used In the. home. commerce has been plucked of iU course outer'hairs, and dyed. ~ •'"1 NOW! High School Graduates Return from Long Trip Members of the Steeie, Mo., gra- tlimllng class returned Wednesday from their Senior HI,, lo Mla Flu. The group left Immediately after their graduation exercises Muy 12 find returned A wrek later. Stops Included Birmingham, Ala.. l.umpkln, On., Tallahasre, Brooks- | villf, Miami. Pcn.sncola ami St. I Augusllne, P'la. The trip was provided for iot FOUNTAINS! "**?'li Kverv where! ; ! iiml, !l---.......L.....l«.__i_" Social Mating It Held By First Methodist Guild OSCEOI.A, Ark, May 20. — The Wesieynn Guild of the Klrat Methodist Church met last night at the home of Miss Laura Glllock for « social meeting. Mis. Kminctt Wilson was cu-honleu. There were 17 mem- seniors by contributions from clllr.eun of Steels. the Obituaries j Mrs. H. .1. Couchman and Mrs, Will- " st Church by the Hev. I". H. ! ter Rl.shofT itrcspnl nigmi tomorrow at 'i pin. Mid-Week Prayer Service First! l>ers and throe guests, the Ilcv. nnd Baptist Church. i:«5 p.m. Methodist Choir meet at the ler RIshofT present, home of Mrs. John W. Edrlngton I In the evening, bunco was played, 7:00 p.m. I after which the hostess served an Thursday ' iced courae. Plillathlan Class meeting at the I • - -First Baptist. Church lor a dinner, Mrs. C. C. Norman Dies In Hospital in Helena Funeral services for Mrs. Chester Cappn Nornmn, <ft, who died at the Helena Hospital yeslerduy. vlll "ie conducted nl the Calvary nap- 7 :30 p.m. Khvauls Club, elcmsntary school, 7:00 p.m. . ., gown. striking in its simplicity, has ington. insets of silk net and folds of satin at the high neckline and over the wrists. Her veil of French illusion will eggy C.. Mr. and Mrs. J. H" "I'f 1 sm »", ".vstal bud vases filled! B. G.' West Is'in Lookout Mmm- Gaither.~Mr." and Mrs. Adrian Shu- j w . ilh p *^ el c °'°red sweetpeas. The tarn' Today "where" h Pl a ""rds Baptist w.M.U. Meets For Regular Program The Clear Lake Baptist Women's Missionary Union met Thursday night at. the home of Mrs. Cecil Mann for a regular program. Eleven members and five visitors attended ford and Mr and Mrs. W. F. War- I lick, all of Newton. N. C., Miss I Nancy "White of Statesvillc. N. C.. : were """""I v. , _ .? brlci Ke games played. Mrs wl attend ! '"» lllcf ' l "' 1 «' miniature bridal the wedding of Miss Ruth Edwards ' *,'?• ",',' .. , Whlte lo As " le >' AI| K°« P»"e' i mcetl "B' » flcr wl "' : " the scripture Senv * °" ene<t lh(! fall from a oap of imported French • M j ss "Elizabeth White and Mr. and I ?• *'; K CC * won hl 8 h . »nd Mrs. C. lace trimmed with seed pearls and Mrs. A. F. Yandle of Charlotte. N. , F - B lakemore, second. clusters of orange blossom!;. The c mj^ Ruth Peoples of Esiiii, i ' rhe guest of honor was presented veil extends beyond the train of 5. C., Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wng- Cr 5'stal Jn her pattern by the hos- her weddirg dress and is embroider- ner Jr .. or g an ford. N. C., and I tesses. ed with tiny clusters ot orange , M j S5 Josephine McMillan of chapel i Miss Joyner chase for the occasion a black and white, printed silk dress with black accessories. • * • niors Honored blossoms. She will carry book topped with ,ndshower«i with Hill. white prayer j white orchid I valley m ' 73 of lhe jLeachville Chapter P.E.O. | Two Seni. F.ther Serves as Best Man j Honored With Luncheon Mr. Haines will have his lather,) Harry W. Haines as best man, and i Members of Chapter D, P. E. O. ushers will be Bob Killifer of Sisterhood entertained members of Crestwood, N. Y., Mike Morrow of j Chapler A. C. Sisterhood of Leach- Wilmington, N. C., Tread Covington of Miami, Fla., and E. H. Shu- Wednesday at the home of ford Jr., of Hickory, brother of the With " Jack Homer and Bill Doolin. who hride,-all sludents at university of ^Norlh Carolina, Chapel Hill,, Charles A. Alflick Jr., of Blytheville. and Bob Thurston of Taylorsville, N. C Mr, and Mrs. Charles L. O?.icr and Mrs. W. D. Webb of Mobile. Ala., will arrive today to visit re- lallves here. Mrs. H. C. Turnape ml Mr. and Mrs. Talmage TurnEge will be the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mayfleld h Cnmcien, Ark. Mr. and Mr.s. Je.'s Homer and daughters, June and Jimmie, left yesterday for their Summer home In Basalt. Colo., wheie they will vacation for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Mar/In Crlltcuden of Little Rock and formerly of Blv- High I thcville are visiting friends hc're when | Mrs Lnvlnln Cnuitnny of Little reading was given by Mm. E. Alston. The devotional was given by Mrs. Matin and prayers were offered by Mrs. Afvin Webb. Mrs. Boy Haynes, MLS. Waller Lun.sford, Mrs. Beard and Mrs. Alston. Following Ihe program, a social hour was held, during which the hastes. 1 ; served refreshments. Two Table Club, Guests Meet with Mrs. Hodges OSCEOLA. Ark., May 38. — Mrs. Sam Hodges entertained the Two Table Club and two guests. Mrs. Kred Jacobs Jr of Orlder and Mrs H. E. Phillips at her home lust night. Mrs. Phillips won high score In the Rumen played and Mrs. Zcke Pollard, second high. Hydrangeas In pastel shades were used to decorate the home. The hostcsa served a dessert course. i,untimioiis Shows Kvery J)ay Box Office Opens 1:4S Show Slarls 2:00 I.ISTBN TO KI.CN J'.M M.m. I2:4J p.m. 4:M p.m. Saturday ; Last Roundup Burial will be In Muule Grove Mrs. Norman, who was born In Threesliites. Mo. moved to Blylhe- vllle In 1907 and left here 12 years ago to make her home In Helena. She Is survived by her husband, Chesler Norman, four .daughters, EU7,fi!»etli, Rulh, Annie Mae and Rose Marie Norman; three sons, David, Jlnimle and Bobby Norman, all al home; and a sister Mr.s. J. T. McOauley u[ alke.slou, Mo. The Colib Funeral Home l« In charge of the arrangements. ' Srr '» l with Ch.rlrn SUrrett flranfer" Nn. R & Short. Sunday and Monday Piano Pupils to Present Recital in Music Room Mrs. Knrl Wndenpfuhl will fire- .sent her pUno students Tn 19lh century Amerlcn, there wns such a shortiige of lebnl tender th«t innn nnd tavern* Issued tlielr own. NOW! [tHAINMtpmi, ' IUO ABBOTT tou COSTtUO MAIN Paramouni N«WH; Also Shorta (,'onl. iihuwlni Sumiay 1:31,to 11: Coming to the Ritx Juno 1-3-4 Memorial Day Program I Sponsored by Auxiliary "Who both chapters and two guests, Mrs. Turner of Jonesboro and Mrs. Lester Strnbhar attended. The luncheon was served at the dining room table and several small "™!?" M ° f i < L nt "^ nM *'"» » «»PP" P"* »nd and Mr,. K«.da11 Berry .„* fan,- hayride. The supper was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton Mr. and Mrs. Enr] ftnbler and son, Dicky, of Conwny, arc .spending ' . -------- , , . at 60 clock anri following the sup- several days with Mrs. Htabter'.s per (he \1 couple,-; went to the hi Atone", » men's Auxiliary ol Lhe American Legion can be heard over the Nu- tionnl Broadcasting Company stations at 6 p.m. and again at. 9::iO p.m. Monday, Mrs. M. A. Mlddlelon, radio chairman for the Blylhevllle j [ Auxiliary announced today. re- tomorrow afternoon, 3 o'clock, In the music room of the high school aymiiBslurn. Student,! who will participate nre Sally Jo King. Martha Lou Hart. Martha Ann Bean. Gwendolyn Sue Itboads, R/txy Curtis. Ann Bright, 'iffa* Dorothy Whittle, Doris Bean. Joan I Hamra nf steele. Mo., and Martha Coboon of Holland Mo. jat FOUNTAINS: | Every where! • Family Reunion h Held 24 years. This meeting was to mark the 24th birthday of the Sisterhood. Attend Services at Tht Fint Church of the Nazarene Corner Flrsl and Sycamore Street* SUNDAY INOW! ,; and was also the final meeting until Oclobcr. In Icrmediate Class Has Swimming Party, Picnic Dessert Bridge Is Given By Mrs. James Hill Jr. Mlss Bonnie Sue Cook arrived ! o( ^ ' c . vtll E;. P uy Flshcr ot He 'home today to spend the Summer' ena ' Cl5 ' t1c flsllnl aml Mrs - Ix>r11 months with her parcil-s, Mr. and F's|ier_Norx "< St. lauls. Mrs. M. E. Cook. Sle. attended 11 a. m. "Job's Secrel of Success" 7:tS p.m. "Danger of Being Spiritiwlly Deceived" SI'KCIAl, SINGING i; Daniel Stafford, Minister ! Coming la Ihe Kill Theatre Friday Morning, June 4 at 9:3t a.m. Bin Cartoon Show for the Kid* Vnu Will Receive FREE One Sack of Popcorn and One Comic B«ok Admission 25c Mrs. Roland Green was a guest Hill Jr. Hcndrix College, Convny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elliitt I.arnbcrL " 11 so " "' Ca " e Gt ' ad «". "«•• h " Ve rCl " rnCd l ° thcir hamf »'" r of Iheir mothers, Mrs. Daisy Men- ickc nnd Mrs. Annie Mae Sawyer. lorThey were accompanied by Mrs.' Willis Plnri and son, who also vis- : J Members of the Intermediate i c '»b v l Class of the First Presbyterian i home. ! I Church and their r-lass soonsor.' Durinc FOUNTAINS! Kverywhcrc! i .sponsor. I Mlss Alice Satiba had a swimming party nnd picnic at the ah 1 base yesterday Afternoon. Those who attended oilier the afterticwn Raines, Mrs. Hill won high and Mrs. Edwin Robinson, s e:ond high. Bouqucls of hydrangeas and other Spring ilower= were arranged members wrre their guest,* and throughout '.he home for the occa.s- ; I Mr. and Mr.s. Fred Wahl. ion. PHONOGRAPH NEEDLE Precision Economy Adams Applianct Company iO«-08 W. srain Pho. 2971 FLOWERS Lasting bsauty in artificial wreaths. Fresh flower bouquets end pot plants. Sunday is Decoration Day. Visit Heafon's Home oi Flowers For M Your Needt Receiving a diagnosis fro in your doctor is just one step on your road to recovery from an illness or ailment. Following his advice . . . and follow-' ing i( tn (he letter is the next important |X)int. Our prescription department stands ready constantly to fil! ymir doctor's orders without delay . . . helping (o quicken your recovery. Dependible, Prescription Service NICHOLS DRUGS Phone 4601 427 W. Main itressup Shne* »y HtJSTKH )m( the slyle Tor a litllc firl's parly ilressts. One of many patterns lo pick from, all with Busier Brown's famous fit and uear. Patent, Red, White 8'/i-12 — $5.75 As Itllislralril 1 2-3 -- $6.25 &. SONS SHOES Box Office Opens 6:3t Show Starts 6:45 Opfm Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. <fc San. Bargain Night Kvery Nl|ht K\cept Saturday No pafscs honored on Sanda; it Rovj SATURDAY Flashing Guns Johnny Mack Brwwn Serial "Dick Tracy Returns" No. 1 and Short font. Shows Sal II a.m.- ll:3t p.m. Sunday and Monday . GABLE ' TRACY „ CU..4.H. JtU, , I COLBERT-LAMARIJ

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