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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 19, 1948
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (Aim.) COURIER oe etu, * Phone 4461 Miss Cunningham Becomes Bride In St. Thomas Church Mist Evtlyn Ruth Cunningham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. [well of Cunningham of Blytheville, became the bride of Paul Richard Greenwell Jr., in an impressive ceremony wlemnlzed yesterday 11:30 o'clock, at the St. Thomas Church > In Memphis. Mr. orceirwell, j s the |yostcr<!a\ son of Mr. slid Mrs. Paul Grecnwcll of Blytheville. The Reverend Paul Oilman officiated at the double rl- g riles In C h U r C h in the presence of immediate friends I and relatives of the young couple- Memphis Miss Vows were exchanged before an Weds In Memphis Church Mis. Paul Kicbani Grcen- iMcm- phis WHS before her . marriage t the St. Thomas Evelyn Ruth \ Cunning h a m, "i I daughter o / Mr. and Mrs. B. F. allar banked with gold vases hold- Ing u-hlte • gladioli shilhouctted against a background of greenery and palmft flanked by glowing jrold tapers burning In wrought 'von candelabra to cast a soft \ >iv over the wedding party. Miss Mary France.? Lonell of Memphis, presented a program of nuptial music. Her selections included "Romance" by Ritbenstein, Lohengrin's "Bridal chorus" and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March." Mrs, Joseph Donald Grecmvcl] of Memphis, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, was Miss Cunningham's matron of honor, she chose R brown and yellow printed silk dre« with white nccessorles and she pinned | • ----corsage of while carnation., at Attend Family Reunion Mrs. Clair Miller, accompanied by Mrs. Polly Fbnnisan and liam of Hlythe- villo. Miss Maxwell I* Wed In Church CeremcHiy . Wed in Afternoon Ceremony SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 194? JlF r s. Jolui l\1,- f\1»-f C ) 'M 1 f '"'•' l '" s - l - ldir [Dodson, left this morning for Hot her shoulder. Wun While Linen The bride was gowned in white linen trimmed with Irish lace and i — - » *«' nm, her accessories w ere ol M'hlte. Her ' Springs, where Mrs. Miller will nt- !»rge picture hat was fashioned of lc "d a family reunion nnd Mrs. horsehair and she pinned a pur- Plnimigan will be her guest. They pie throated orchid nt her shoulder, will Ire joined In Memphis by Mr. Joseph Donald ~ " ' "'"" Memphis, served best man. Immediately following the ceremony, > reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Donald Greenwoll. The dining room table was overlaid with a white lace cloth and centered with & three tiered wedding cake topped wilh miniature figures of a bride nnd bridegroom, snd wts banked with greenery. Glowing white tapers In crvstal camWnbrp »«r« placed on either side of Ihe cake. The living room of the home was Mr. and Mrs. c. A. Davidson nnd son, David of Donnellson, Iowa, are visiting Mrs. Davidson's mother, Mrs. C B. Etchie.TOn. Mrs, 'p. c. Billings of Nashville, '1'enn.. is .spending several days here fls guest of her sister. Mr.s- Winston eefc. Mr. and Mrs. c B Beunri' and j daughter. Lynda Jane arc < / ing 1-i.ti.rit ' lhe w «*cnrt m Paris. Ten ,. as j'l niidi sucsls °' Mr ' ancl Mrs - c - °- Cl ' pm ' they will be accompanied''^ their! ! nc " 1 ' H ' ho ">™"> ri y matte their sons, Billy nnd Buddy, who have j » fle "^' „ ... visiting there for the p a st'- Mrs Efln:1 Smlth n " d Mrs - L "' Greenwell of i Miller, who will accompany them Ms brother as ] 'here. The celebration Is In honor of Mrs. Miller's lather, who will celebrate his 71tli birthday tomorrow, with approximately 50 members of the family expected to attend. Tiic S" 5 B " reunion will be held at the home of ; ' Mrs. Miller's sister, Mrs. Willy Whlsenlmnt Mr. and Mrs. .Miller will . . . home late tomorrow' afternoon nnd terian Church in 0 sc e o 1 <i Mi s s Glvi One of the most outstanding weddings of lh« season In Osceola was held yesterday afternoon at the First Presbyterian Church there when Miss Glynda Marie Maxwell daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell i Maxwell became Ihe bride of Hejijev ]I! Wit- John Henley III, son O f Mr. and i Mrs. John Henley Jr. of Forrest ! before her The Rev. Herscheile J. Couch-1 marriage vcs- man. pastor of the First Methodist I Church, officiated at the double tci'dav af(.er- ring ceremony before the church I chancel banked with huckleberry, I noon at the nnil ferns and flanked by I white floor baskets filled with I First I're.sbv- «•}>«« KhulJolt. Tall stately tapers < ' ' in wrought Iron candelabra cast a soft glow over the wedding party. The family pews were marked with aisle candelabra and while gladioli. A program of nuptial musk- was presented by William p. Haye.s of, We'tvlllc, Okla,, organist and Miss Mario Maxwell, nctty Joe Crews of o.sccoln, i-ocalist. I Their selections., included "Can-1 daugnlor o I Inbi.'Je" by Franck. "I" I h? r 1 m s I Ch<iri"i." "Overture of Die Molstcr-1 .Ml 1 , and Alls sirrw by Wagner, "O Promise Me " j •lircanse' nnd the traditional wed- ' aim; marches. Ml.vt J.ont Merits TriiK-rs Tapers were lighted by Carolyn '••ti.i Lo«'e, who wore an ariua liel fnrninl fa.-.hloncd with a sweetheart neckline. Judith Lowe EdRowodh of Memphis, cousin of the bride, served as flower girl. Hoc fiock v;as of ii-hiie organdy with puffed sleeves and a hair arrangement or wliiie carnndons. Mrs. J. Monroe Maxwell who wn.s . matron of honor, was gowned in ' of pink carnations. lime organdy featuring a' dropped shoulder effect and a fitted waist ending Into a flared pct>!'.ir. and full skirl. Miss Sarah l.a'.msum or r.iixOM was maid of honor and wore a il:rss of yellow marquisette with a low neckline and basque wai.-,!. They carried arm l)cm<(iicV of snapdragons and Shasta daisies tied Jiussell I, e e .Mnxivell of Os- ceola. Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Cotillion Club members being entertained at the hut, at 9:00 p.m. JJcsls a/id hostesses are Dr. and M..s. F. E. Uticy, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wetcn- kani|>, xjr. and Mrs. Bill Young and Mr and Mrs. J. L. Ashcraft. Monday Women's Auxiliary of the First Prcibyterian church meeting at the church at 2:30 P.ITV Voung Women's Auxiliary of the Calvary Baptist church will meet, at the home of Miss Ramona KIIB- lanil at 7:30 p.m. Executive Board of the Women's Council of the First, Christian Church meeting at 2:30 p.m. Easiness Women's circle Eight of the First Baptist church will meet at the home of Mrs. Vesta Rowen at ADJOURNMENT See ADJOURNMENT on Faje I comment on TaU's position on adjournment. Even as Martin spoke, however the jam was breaking up in the Senate. A compromise 19-throueh- 25 draft bill was approved in the Senate alter Sen. Glen H. Taylor, p., Ida,, voluntarily ended R filibuster which began at <:37 p.m. EDT yesterday. MHi-tln said that leaders would meet at noon to determine the technicality's of handling the situation. Cone a can adjourn to a definite date this year or it can lake an extended recess during the conventions. "f Have no idea of just winch course we will take," Martin said. -But I am going on the "derlni"^ assumption that there mil be assimiiHion mat t| )c ,e H.JU b e ^i adjournment sine die tonight." *• ,7:45 o'clock. Women's Society of Christian . . Service of the First Methodist I Adjournment, sine die means that Church will meet In circle groups*. Congress quits unconditionally at ;i o'clock. Circle One. Mrs. Joe ' that is without setting a date for re- Ferguson with Mrs. jack Robinson j turn—and nin be called back befor* as co-iiostcss; circle Two, Mrs. Ro- | its next regular meeting date onlv land Green, Mrs. Horace Wal|x>le. • by the president, co-hostess; circle Three, Mrs. F. E. Warren; circle Four. Mrs. K. F. Still. Mrs. Oean Atkinson as co- /\[ } \\^ hostess; Circle Five, Mrs. Alien D. Stewart, anci Circle Six, Mrs. James with taffeta ribbons in rainbow' colors. The bride Riven in marriage by her father was gowned In a rcpro- Mis.s Julia M:ie Morrison, Mrs. Ambrose Teaford, Mrs. M:ix\yt;li and Mrs. Mona Moore assisted \vith the serving and entertaining. The yomij; coupir Left fora Northern wedding trip and will return to Forrest City for the Summer before nuking: their home m Fayeite- ville in September where Mr. Hen- ducllon of a period golden wedding | navy blue faille navy accessories ley will continue his studies at the University. The bride chose for traveling an Ellen Kaye original dress suit of (Town ol antique Ivory satin - bined with Imported cliantilly Ince. com- with She white and pinned a , . bridal orchid at her shoulder. The fitted bodice fastened at the L center back with miniature self- and .Mrs, J. D. Henley, graiKluar- covcred buttons. The bridal rose de-1 cuts of the croom Mr.s. Mvra Gat-s sign uscii as a border on the portrait yoke- of lace appliqued to the satin. A tiny lace standing co!was held hy a cluster of pearl- orange blossoms and the sleeves Summer Program Inaugurated for Cil-y's Book Lovers Blytheville Public Library, sixth and Main, will continue on the same schedule as during the Winter months. Mrs. Ira Gray, Librarian, announced today. Mrs. Gray explained that the' Summer program inaugurated a' sr-ecial rending program for ele-i ,„„,,-- ' 7 ":,,„ mcntary readers, which added 1101 ° luert *"^ d , at lhe C. Guard. The Women's Missionary Union of the First Haptist church will j nifft at the church for a Royal I Sci-\'icc program at 2:3T) p.m. j Young Women's Auxiliary of the i ?'irst Baptist Church will meel at i the home of Mrs. c. E- Johnson ! ai 7:30 p.m. I Tuesday ' Tri-Town Club being eiuci tained at the home of Miss Molly Guard. . * Wednesday Avalon Bunco Club being entertained jit the home of Mrs. Speck ! McGregor. 1 Thursday I Thursday Rook club members being emcrtaincd at lhe home of Hospitals Hospital 'Bl.vthcvill« Uismisseci: Donald Wayne Enderson, city Mrs. Connie Burks, stccle, ,-- o .' Mrs. J. C. Scriviier, Armorel Mrs, Delbert Anderson, city. (Vails Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. L. Martin, Luxora. Geneva Sanders, Hayij Mrs. J. S. Bilbi-cy, city Mrs, A. E. Prichard, city. Brothers Enlist in Army Out of town guests included i'.nci Mrs. Lem Gates of Forrest City. been J lhree from , weeks. Mrs, Dodson wll go ' ' ' iiot. Sprigs to AMidown I *™ ,, ^ ' ' ' ' " y " d 118lU f' Pal alut Judy ' Mr. Mrs. Miss. — ust:i. buttoned at the elbow to petal Mound City. Ill Mr and Mrs PoInU- over the hands. The satin fell j am es Edgcworlh. Miss Jimmy Pearl and Mi,l xn \T , , Grcfcn " !lc ' MUdred Lowe of Aug- 01SGee °' Cr ° f • UraetlvMy decorated Kith bouquels visit rein tires of pink gladioli, blue hydrangeas I , ... •nd pink and white roses for the' n •'i /-.• i n occasion. I KainDOW lall'ls Kclui'n Mrj. Berry Allen of Blytheville,! poured the punch and Mrs. Josei-'i j Donald Grecnwell, assisted by Ml;. | Johnny Rogers of Memphis, pre- lided over the table. I To Live in Memphis .' new readers the first month after . the close of the school term. The entire circulation for that month . reached a total o[ 3,533 readers of which 1810 were juvenile readers. Although the library is considered a branch of the county library at psceola, Mrs. Gray explained that it was an independent library acting merely as a deposit for the county library, and for that reason Mrs. Richard Prichard. Octette Club meeting witli R. C Rose at Roseinmi. club mcmb '- rs home of Russell Wert. the Springs Misses Jnanila Eberdl, Susie Craf- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ross and family. Mrs. Oriu Alexander returned to her home after visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ifu'ihes In Wllmore, Ha. Mrs Annabel Fill and son, Jonn"• — «,--KV, uuoiv v^lul- ft'lrs A1111UDC1 ton niirt Kny Colston have returned | ny. arc visiting" with her mother, "" " " ' " ' Bryant in Llttfc from Eureka Ark., where . ., attended the Grand Assembly home In Memphis, where Mr Greenwell Is singing wilh the Mem- phi* Open Air Theatre this Summer Mr*. Greenwell was graduated from Blytheville High School, where she was a member of ihe Glee club, Red Pepper Club Garden club and lhe Bcla Club. Mr. Greenwell gradualed from there Miss Eberdt was ap- " "" 8110 Bo ""'' Mrs. Mildred Rock. Mrs. Glenn Lndd was (' f scd from ihe Methodist Hos ' in Memphis yesterday where she un- Miss Roberta to Grand Nature nnd ' derwent » fool operation there ' Braccy. who did not week.-Her condi!4on'?il : > mucti ^ appointed as a Grand proved. She was »ccx>riip«nled to noised over period hoops developed into voHmitnious folds extending into the cathedral train. Her tiered veil of imported illusion, showered with satin love bows, fell from a regal coronet of seed pearls. She carried a white prayer book centered with a purple Ihroaled | orchid and showered with flc.iu de! amour and satin streamers. j Mr. Henley served his son as best man. Ushers were J. Monroe Maxwell, brother of the brfdc and John vlrs. Harry Sargant all of Memphis. neprescntntivc to Rhode Island. Miss Ebmlt is grand rcpresnita-! Mr. an,; Mra. Lloyd Jr.. and the of tue Canal Zone nnd a mem- dauKhter. Julia Patricia, of Tusca- : u> Mr. Ladd. - ' Mr. ntjfi Mr.s Bfythevlllc High Slwhere™" ^ "'"' " iM ° r:lUo "' a Orall<1 -is president of the Glee ri-ib a Representative ol Virginia and Miss - - ' Colston, a member of " Iwr of the Grand Cross of Color: Ala., have arrived to be ill-' Cross of Color. Miss Abbott Is Honored . Lucille Abbotl, who will be- Icome l tie bride of James M Hiuiih- mnn night at the Varbro Metlicmlst Church, was coirplimi-m- rt! Thursday afternoon when Mrs. W. D. Hammond entertained with a lawr. p ;u iy and surprise kit^lu'ii shower at her home on \v. cliicka- .sawba.. tiic aflcrnoon the 30! Kue.sls of M:s. Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd wise. Mr. and Mrs. M, A. Isaacs will be in Memphis, tomorrow where they will spent the d?y with Uicir daughter. Mrs, John \V. Thomas, who is -secretary to Ken. E. C. (Took) Gain- ings, who is in West Memphis for a while. Mrs. W. B. Tanner of Chapel Hill. N.C. will arrive Sutuiay to sp:-:i'l Youth Activities Week To Be Held by Methodists Youth Activities Week tor youi'K people from 15 to 23 and adu! 1 , workers wirh youths ol the First Me'.hodisi Churrh and other neai- by Methodist Churches, will be;m Fortepberry of Newport. Ringbearer r Mon<i? -S' al 7 P- m - n " d continue ,«W*iKirtK Hpsfor4$,-j,v ':,' -( through June 25. .' • ' R^eeption7p»IMn r - -•>••• .Theme tor ib.e week will be "Je- 'After th<*e*rimori^'.'(h#^briile"s *6J' W "—Our Way." The program parents entertained with fi" recep- v " " c classes on worship, roc- llou al their country home with 150' IMt ' c : - «"rld friendship and coni- gucsts attending. The "bridal table "" Lutherans to Hear Rev. George Licbcnow I'riday C. B. C Cltih tiicotin? at humc of Mrs. Alvin Hardy. Alpha Beta Bunco club bnin entertained at the home of Mrs. i Lane No\vcll. Civic Calendar Mnnday Jnnior Chamber of Commerce.— 1:00 p.m. Tuesilay Lion's Club, Hoiel Noble—12:15 p.m. American Legion—3:00 p.rrv Wednesday Kiwanis Club, Hotel'.Noble—12:10 Two sons of Tom Brown. 501 i Scuth ri'anklin, left Blytheville , Wednesday to take their Army c\- aminauon in Little Rock. 'Both passed their examination and ti-a 'Mrs ol<i(;st «>n. Tom Brown, jr.. 20 mt\ | been assigned to ihe 5th Infantry 3Cin" at Ctln 'l> Jackson, s. C-, and tha Mrs" I olllcl ' =on, James Brown. 17. was assigned to a 3rd Army Division at Fort Knox. Ky.. it was learned today. Read Courier News Want Ads. Thursday Rotary club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. The Rev. George Hans Lieucno..,, representative ol the Lutheran j Hour in the Western District of | the Missouri Synod of the Luth-; eran church, will speak in the First ' Lutheran church in Blytheville at 7 p.m. tomorrow, it was rii.^closed. joday by the Rev. Robert Jac?cr,' pastor. The Lutheran Hour wiih iu'Corawav Woman uie chorus and Dr. Walter A Maier, [ ^° raw °X " ° m °" «« radio evangelist, is the subject of'RltCS *O Be in Manila an article in tills week's issue of j See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS Heliibli imbitiovi pinoi t« twn, manigt tieatre circuit u imtH .ownt. Wi furnish irerythiRg—ot overhead—«xcelleiii ralinx. WrjM no* tti detail*. IDEAL PICTURbr 30RP^ 18 S. Third, T. J, Mahnii. Mr.s. C. G. Redman, who member of the Beta Club nnd the Red RAZOO club. For (he past u-o Summers he has sutig wilh (he MOAT In Memphis Mrs. Greenwell, mother of lhe ., , n ~ ~A7"~ trMegroom was gowned In a black At La\Vn rally. bho\ rfieer dress with black accessories. } ' She pinned a corsage of white c nr- natlonx at her shoulder. - --— *•> .»,. u.iu^ji- .,.^. „,.. m,..t ^,MLIVIII.> iu ,ij,^,i- Mn. Cunningham, mother of the '""" r ' K '-' irln J' night at the Varbro the Summer with her mother Mrs bride chose a grey crepe dress fash- " f -' h "" U( ^'""--'- • - • ••-• loned with a drape effect and grcei iccessories. Her corsage was of n'/ «»rn«tions Those from Blytheville who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. Greenn-ell. Sfr and Mrs - ••••-•••w« me M/, T.B.O'Kee t e .„„ JW . Berry ^^ ^"^n^.X 0 - ^ Rey " J ' f ~ Q"«" *° Speok ~ v I Robert Thompson, bunco bv Mrs' ^ * r:__A o — ,»•_.. ft r Carltoi- Stiles and low score bv Mrs Clyde names. .iseinclcd In [lie hom c n-jirre .\ Abbott was presented her gifts , P "! k _J"•"'"'' "'"' s «'™t(iess m pus- were arranged Ihrough- covcred with a Ince cloth, was ccn- i rtlscussion periods, prayers. tcrcd with a tiered wedding cake \ worship program.' each cvcniim and encircled with white carnations and ' recreation on the church lawn. The fellowship banquet will be There will also L-c [hc Saturday Evening Post. The' Funeral services for Mrs. M. E. ------- — j „ .,..-...,,-, , uji. i (K; ( r tint t «( ot i i it. ta jcji i\ii s. i*i- *-*article is by Hartzell Spcnce. an- : Crain. who died yesterday at the thor of^ Die bot^k "One Fooi in : home of her son in Caraway, Ark.. Ilea\en. j v:l \\ ' Qe conducted tomorrow in The Lutheran Hour in 20 years Caraway. Other arrangements arc has grown to be one of the na- 1 incomplete. The Holt . The bride's mother received In in New York, was a guest en "Winncrr Take All." program the Columbia Broadc.i.stin,; 'm ye.;lcr<li-,y. 1( a sccral'.on Service on Friday, with black crepe afternoon flock with j t!lc !itv - Allcn D. Stewart in charge, jewel neckline and shoulder appli- i wi " clil " a ^ Hie weeks activities. n"e of silver beads. Mrs. Henley, j — mother of the croom, chose black ! H , Co ,.,; cr N .. v , w , n . Ari . roniame crepe. Their corsages were 1 Conner i-e«.s «ant Ads tioirs largest religious radio pro- Grams- It was started b.v Dr. Alaicr and now can he heard over more than 1,1)00 stations. Funeral Home charge oi arrangements. 1< In Mrs. Dowdy Is Hostess To C. B. C. Club, Guest At First Baptist Church i. Chaplain of The Rev. . F. ! Evrgreens in a warm, humid climate will sometimes attain a given growth in half to one-third the I time it would take the Ins l to develop in another locality. both —.- .,.,u Mis. Ira Gainc.s ( ,er» " aim hostess last ni ; ht uheii they cntmained with a dinner P. ny honormg Mrs . noyal Sandew Mrs. C. s. Dowdy wa.s hostess yesterday when she enterlained 1 u ' "">-.iics wcr members of the c, B C. ciub and I ollt !l1 '- home, one guest, M rs . lMn sct,,,,^ M I A,cl"sscrt course was served ' her home on South Franklin i hostcs. w ho wns assisti-ii ly- During the afternoon rook games' Gerald Wheeler and '.Mis \ high score was won by Mr; o O ' Be.shR,- 5 c. " Elkllls with Mrs. Alvin" Har'ciy will- ' ... "n 0 oko gh a " d Mrs R ' A : Dinner Party Is Given 'Slumber Party' Given By Billy Marie Barnelt Joy jack-son ind Suzette Mann of Brownsville, Temi.. who are the houseguests of Iheir aunt. Mrs F M. Terry Sr. and who have be™' honored at- several informal parties during their visit here, were asain 1 compljmented when Billy Marie Barneli entertained with a • slumber Party" last night at the home, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W T Barneti. on Walnut Street. j i-II?" , hC7 ? e was decor »<«l with! bouqu»ts of Summer flowers The guests were served breakfast this morning on Ihe sun porch of i™Ji°Tf^ Mrs ' Bar »«« The l.-it table was centered with ai L. !\':V* Fi'rsv Haptlst Church in lhe ausi'iu-e ol the Rev. E. C. Broivn, ii;isior -,\hi) :.s in a revival meeting at Hti-lvs Ark Read Courier News Waul Ads. w-no was celebrallng her birVhtl-v' than the 20 sue.sts were Air- tin Maxwell U f Ripif.,, Tciln ; d Mr- and Mrs. u,dwcll Buck and ,amm of Scuath. .\fo. The dinu.g (able, from *hich dinner was served buflct .stvlc was centered with an attrac.iVe ar- iat>seinent ol Summer tlowe-s in a I «:.*tn'. bowi and flanked bv pink ' •ri 5 , burning in crystal holders i rhe ft-Jiitc birlliday cakt -,ddod n" the decorations of the table I Following dinner, Mrs Sandeis »as presented her gifts, after vhle'r. he guests spent the remainder of tne ctcnmg informaily. vunliimotts Shows Every Day Ho* Office'Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 MSTKN TO RLCN 8:(K) ».m. U:45 p.m. 4:31 p.m. traffic accidents dark occurred cent of all 111 l.S states Saturday _ Attend Services at The First Church of the Nozorene Corner First and vSycamore Streets SUNDAY L A. M. "Paul Doesn't Live Here Any M i P. M. •'Do It Now or Be Sorry r.aler" Special singing by quartet Dflni.1 Stafford, Miniiter Song of the Drifter «Hh .llmmj Wakcl.T "I? 1 "J" 0r ' ln K"" No. (I* Short Continuous Showlnir Suturdij Sunday and Monday ............ By Advertising In The Classified Columns When You Want To Buy or Sell Ads Placed Before 9 a.m. Will Appear Same Day All Classified Advertising Payable in Advance ' Phone 4461 jot FOUNTAINS Box Office Opens fi:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. «fc Sun Bargain Night Every Night i Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday 3 Boxy Theatre SATURDAY Sunset Pass with .Tames AVarren Dick Tracy Returns" N and Short Sho»> Sat. 13:30-11:JO Sunday and Monday DOUBLE FEATURE e ' : a i P^^»>>:«.»>>,»..«:>:<>:..:;.::o.:o::f:»:>:..;..„».;......^,., ;.:>:>;:<^:o:xxx>::o->:x>::<>;;o:.<o:.<>".>>»:>;j,r^ P lfifSH^^^fcSSr-%^5 """ in The ROMANCE of ROSY RrDGE I Fox Movietone News Cont. Showing Sunday 1:30 to 11 :<JO S

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