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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 21, 1948
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TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NHWS Bocietu, * Pk<m« 4461 Jack Smith Qaimt Brio* In Pine Bluff Ceremony IB a cer*tuony solemnised Saturday ni(ut, * OCIOCK at uic *irst fcTMt>>i«rutii Caurcu'ta Fine Bmii, tuft jotuut bmiui, dAuguler 01 Mr. taa tin. J. U. umiln 01 fint alail, tocatM'tbt toiae of Jack Purdue kmilh ot tfio* Mhui, ton oi W. uon Smila o* KiythevUie and Mrs, W. S. o( Mobil*, Ala. Her. l*wii i ^Mccolgaii officiated ftt UM rlut lu lU* present* at 4 l*r§« aumbw of menus and «la- uvw o< UM youug couple, ^ Vowt were excnanuea befon A background ol Western huc/ticuerry, uid let lit banned witn noral o( call* lilies and Wed In Church Rites Saturday Mn. Purdu* Jiek Smith of Pin« Bluff, Ark., be- *mu liidioli. Suuiy whiu catne-, »ral Upert bunuutt In bi aliened «»n<itl«or» eiJit * son glow over ttie waddUig party. I A pros ram of nuptial music was by Mlw Mar> Tom An- orgauut, and Uiss Belly O'iCect*, rocailit. Mist O'Keefe sang Voecaui*" by a'Haruiot ana "1 ixive Tnee", by Gregg, preceuing the ceremony, u>d thf ''Lord's 1'rayer" at UM ciu*» al the ceremony. Miss An- Mrtoo pUyed the traditional wedding marches ana strains of "Clalr b< ijun«" and "Avi Maria" could be hMrd durliic the ceremony. SteUr la Maid •< Honor : Uiu Shirley Smith, who was her ilat«r'a m&ld of honor, wort a pale (r*cn nuirqulsette gown over green taffet*. The lonff bodice was fashioned ot p*Je ireen lace and a full hoop akin. She wore a sweetheart bonntt ol tin* green net trimmed with shut* dalalc* tied, with while satin ribbons. i Mn. James A. Brooks of Memphis, lister of the bridegroom was inatron of honor and bridesmaids Vert Miss Frances Martin, Miss 'Ann Lauree Tillman of Pine Bluff. Misa Klxmbcth Rawls ot Suffolk, Va., ami Mi*« Ruth Thomas of Holly Orov«, Ark. J Their frocks were identical to £hat of the maid of honor's, t Tb« bride, given In marriage by her father, was gowned in Chantilly lace over bridal satin. The graceful bodice wai fashioned with a yoke of French illusion'and fichu galhered iand caught with orange blossoms. JTh« very full cathedral train swept jfrom a full skirt gathered at a low pointed waist line. Her veil was ot imported, illusion gathered to a Vi»ry Quten of Scots cap ot Chan- :tllly law. It fell linger tip length and WM edged with Chanlllly lace. ' She carried a white prayer book topped with * white orchid and ahowered. with stephanotis aud her only ornament was a strlnit of J>»»rU, a gift of the bridegroom. > M«nphlui U Bett Man | Juno A. Brook* of Uemi Vrvwl hi* b»o*b«--!»..l»+ man and gn>oi>a*»Bt'.,^«r« D. Rxmell, LM BeatM* >r. Jerk A Purdue III,'Robert B. RuiMll and Krnwt J. Walters of Pine Bluff. • Mn. Smith wa» graduated from •Pine Blutf High School and at- itended M»ryBaldwin College, Slaun- -ton, V»., and the University of Ar- jk»n*»s, Fayettevllle, where she was I ln fore her m»r- riaif« Saturday night in the First Presbyterian Church there, M i i i Joanne Smith, daughter o Mr. and Mrs,. J. G. Smith of I'ine Bluff. Mr. Smith is the eon of W. Leon Smith of Blytheville and Mr*. W. S. Harris of Mobile, Alu. Miss McGregor I« We<J To Estlon C. Pippin In an Impressive candlelight ceremony «oleninl7«d yesterday aller- noon at 3:30 o'clock, at the first Baptist church here, Mis.? Sura .loannr McGregor becume the bride nl Kslloi! OJair Pippin, son iif Arthur Pippin of St. ePtersburjj, fit... Ml*s McGregor U the daugh- ler of Mr. and Mrs. Speck McOrea- or. '1-he R«v. x. c. Brown, pastor, of- riciated at the single ring rites I In the presence of ImlmfUe friends I and relatives of the JOUIIK couple* Vows were exchanged before Hie pulpH which was centered with a large basket of white Easier lilies, white gladioli and fever lew lied »ilh a huge white satin Ixw aifjiiut Hie traditional background of greenery and huckleberry, fjank«t by stately white cathedral t:ipers burn- Ing lit branched candelabra entwined with ivy. T»o white wicker floor baskels, holding white gladioli In wroiljfbt Iron holders, wcrs' placed on each side of the pulpit. The family pews were marked wiln white satin bows- A program of nuptlnl music was presented by Mrs. Murray Smart j organist, and Maynard Stiles Jr., vocalist. Mrs. Smnrt played the traditional wedding; marches and Mr. stiles' numbers included "ne- CHiise" and "1 Love You Truly." Mrs. Jimmy Grlfiin of Osceola. served Mlsfi McGregor as matron of honor, she chose a white pique dress trimmed, with Irish lace in- berllon and while accessories. Her' I corsage was of orchid asters, gold I nietntlc rosebuds and Better Times 1 roses, lied with a deep purple sa'.ln bow The bride, gK'en in marriage by her father wore a Carol King original of white semi-sheer my, trlmmert with Irish lace. Her h;u was fashioned of matching lace and her accessories were In white. She carried a white satin prayer book topped with a gold throated lavender orchid with orchid and gold Wed Yesterday MONDAY, JUNE Jl, Mrs. Estlon Clatr pippin wns before her marriage here yestcrdny at the Fh'-.t Baptist church, Miss Sara Joanne McGregor, daughter of and Mrs. Speck McGregor. Coming Events Social Calendar • MowUy Young Women's Auxiliary of the Calvary Baptist Church will meet at, the home of Miss R*mona England at 7:30 p.m. Business Women's circle Eight of Ihe First Baptist church will meet at Ihe home of Mrs, VejU Rowen at 7:45 o'clock. Young Women's Auxiliary of Ihe First Baptist Church will meet al the home o f Mrs. C K Johnson at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Ihe home ol Miss Molly Guard Wednesday Avaloti Bunco club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Speck McGregor. Thursday 'Ilie Phebean Sunday Class of the First Baptist will meet at the home of Mrs. Kel- D.A.R. Chopt.n to Me»t At Gr/d«r Memorial fork OSCEOLA, Ark., June 21. - 'Hie Annual Flag D«y celebration of the Daughters of the American Revolution with the William strong Chapter of Ceceola, M host, will be held Friday, June 25, at the orlder Memorial Park with a picnic lunch. Mrs. John W. Bdrlng- ton is in charge of the arrangements. Approximalely 175 guests and members are expected to attend this meeting. The state officers will be honored guests and thow expected to allend Include Mrs. Frank Oehrig of Arkadelphia, state regent; Mrs. L. N. Frazler, Jonesboro, vlc« regent, Mrs. Harold Weaver, Edmondson, historian and Mrs. S. P. Davis, Little Rock, parlimenlarlan. Mr. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Charles nrlght were in Hardy Friday where they accompanied their daughter. Miss Frances Sue Bright, to Camp Ferndale where she will be a counselor. On their return home they stopped in ton Francis at 1:30 p.m. for a regular business meeting. Thursday Rook club members being entertained at the home of Mrs. Richard Prichard. Octette club meeting with Mrs. H. C. Rose at Roseland. B. R. c. club membera being entertained at the home of Mrs. Miss Ruth Massey, national vice chairman of the correct use of the School!'lag will have charge of the pro- Church , grain. Following the program, the Shawnee district will conduct a business session wlih Mrs. A. G. Llltle, district president and Mrs, c. R. Wroteri, corresponding secretary of Blytheville presiding. The chapters representative In the district are Halesville, Jonesboro, Mariana, Blytheville and Osceola. This district will be host to the State conference k> be held In Blytheville Strong chapter. Mrs. Weaver «• senior president ot th« Bizell So clety of the c. A R. in d Mra Spence William, organizing ,» n rt senior president of th* joha m- rlngton Society. More than 3,000.000 air shipment* weighing «,«M,96« pounda » er . handled on domestic; air lines last year, an increase of 16.3 per cent Sec E. H. FORD ••for* You DIE! Russell Wert. Friday j next March. C. 13. c- Club meeting at the! Mrs. Edrlngton, state chairman of home of Mrs. Alvin Hardy. j the Children of the American Re- Alpha Beta Bunco Club being i volution, will introduce the two so- entertained at Ihe home of Mrs.' clelies sponsored by the William Lane Nowell. Civic Caltnoar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Lion's Club, Hotel Noble—13:15 p.m. American Le6iou—8:00 P.m. Wednesday KlwanU club, Hotel Noble—12:10 Miss Tripplehorn Engaged To Edward Allen Rice Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Meno M. Tripplehorn of Tmsa, Okla., today announce .... _ _.. 0 ...„ _. the engagement of Ihcir daughter, Jof the Cotillion Club and a large' mony. a reception was held on the Miss Cieraldlne Trunces Tripplehorn \ number of xueMs were enlertalned 'awn of the bride's home. to Edward Allen Rice Jr., son or with a dance at the Legion. Hut, 8' The lahle, draped with a while For Cotillion Club Dance A "Kid Party" theme was carried' Osceola. out Sulurdny nlglit when members' Immediately following the cere- Mr, and Mrs. E. A. Rice Sr., of Bly- thevlllo o'clock. Hosts and hostesses for Hie 'ace cloth, was centered with here. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Miss Patty June Davis are visiting in Philadelphia, Pa., as guests of Mrs. ChnmbKn's son, Dr. W. D. Chamblin Jr.. who is Interning at a hospital there. R t | Mr. unu Mrs. Godfrey White of Osceola spent yesterday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Con- _ affair were Mr. and Mrs. j. L. Ash- three tiered wedding cake and cry.s- Plai'3 for the wedding which will i craft. Mr. and Mrs. DIM Young, Mr. l"l punch service was placed be so'omni7.ed in late summer al in "d Mrs. A. H. WclcnkHmp. Mr. and each end of the table, the Wheeling Avenue Christian I Mrs. Max Usrey and Dr. and Mrs. 1 Miss Margaret Mitchell and Miss Church lu Tulsa, will be announced I Fi E. Ullcy. .Betty McGregor, sister of the bride, j w Rl » lal « r , <lat «- 1 C1 »'""s of brightly colored hll i. Presided over the table. (Mr and Mrs. T. I. Seay nnd Mis? Tripplehorn WBS graduated loons in various shapes were sus- cr the reception the couple daughters. Iva and Ruth, spent Sat- from Central High School In Tulsa, pended from the ceiling in the bull- on • wecl<Un ft trip lo New Or- --•--• where she was a member of Pha- room and Ihe refreshment table lca " 5 ' after which they <vtll re- roah S.TClal Club and nlso graduated from the Columoia, University ot where she was Missouri, of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority. Mr, i?!c« was graduated from Bly- thevllln High ,-^; .He. .ot. fc of Missouri. School and acrteri ' during from which were, served able assorted parly foods was centered will lurn to St. Petersburg, Fla.. to make their home where Mr. Pip- large il'lj filled with pink lemonade Pi" Is employed by Counts Appliance and banked with vivid colored "" urrtny afternoon in Memphis. Miss Nancy Hamilton left today for six weeks vacation at Camp Joy- zclle of the Ozarks on Monte Ne pops. attending Included Mr. , ... - ,-ian.i Mrs. Jack Finley Robinson. Mr. i ^S 1 »"* nt!lr »f ;U>ej and Mrs. Bill McOanlcl, Mr. and ineerag at the Unl-iMrs. Oscar Fenrilcr. Mr. and lfownrrl Moore of Jacksonville, > member of Chi Omega Sorority. i Mr. Smith was graduated from •Wne Bluff High School and served ,with the Armed Forces during Miss Lane Becomes Bride Of Charles L Stewart double v ring ceremony solem- iilzed Friday night, 8:30 o'clock, In the Rectory of the Church of Ihe Immaculate Conception, Miss Mary „ Kalherlne Lane, daughler of Mrs .World War II. He is now attending: i. 1 "" 1 " T .- La ''= and the late Mr. Lane stht University of Arkansas, where j "came the bride of Charles Edward ;he I* a member of Sigma Chi Fra- , ste «'ar<. son of Frank Stewnrt of iternlty.. Cape Girardeau, Mo. i A reception was held Immediately Tlle Rev - B - Francis McDevltt of- jtollowing the ceremony at the home Ilcl «l e d in the presence of friends ,of the bride's parents, after which " lld relatives of the couple Floor ithe couple left on a wedding trip' baskets of pink gladioli and purple hydrangeas flanked by white tapers burning in wrought iron T candelabra developed Hie bridal motif injhe decorations of the rectory. Mrs. Fla Mr. and Mrs. c. P. Ranibo Mr and bow Rt lier shoulder. Mrs. Samuel P, Norris. Mr. «nrl Mrs Mrs - M - Ij - Otlbow of St. Peters- Prank Whitworth. Mr and Mrs! hllr 8. Fla - aunt of the bridegroom, Maurice Lulterell, Mr. and Mrs W I ^ as sowned In R blnck and white J. Poilard. Mr. and Mrs Marcus • lS ' leer dress wlth white acce.worles. Evrard. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Farr Dr ' Ollt °' town gncsts who attended Ark. i Miss Belly Black, who Is a stu- McGregor. mother of thejflent nt Randolph Macon Lvncli chose a black and white! burg. Va.. is spending her Summer Hack and while ] vacation here with her parents 'Mr accessories. She pinned n corsage of and Mrs. P. E Black Miss Blick Vnncia orchids and gold metalic' attended a house parly in Nagnc'aU and Virginia Beach, Va., be- Store. Mrs. bride, sheer frock with rosebuds tied with a deep purple N. C., fore returning home. She was met in Memphis today by her mother Mr. and Mrs. Hoivell Alley are I lie parents of n daughter born June 16 at the Blytheville Hospital. Their second child, she has been nnmccl and Mrs. H. C. Sims, Dr. and Mrs.' werc Mr . nn ? M "\ M - c ' st ' les of Charlotl Louise. Mrs AUey is "he Weldon Rainwater, Dr. and Mrs Memphis. Miss Velma Ann Crews former Miss Frances Newnnn Gcan Atkinson. Mr. and Mrs jerry nnrt Bru ™V Crews Jr.. of Jackson -• • - - ' ' Poe, Mi. and Mrs Herbert Seymore. Tcnn - William Owen Oibow of Si Mr. mid Mrs. Jnmcs Lee Brooks and " ' "' "" " " Mr. and Mrs. Bill Godwin. Wright and Mr. and ^ Wright ol Halls, Tcnn. to Chicago. 111. They will make their ^hom« In Fajettevllle after [he first .o* July. ;•• Woodward. Okla, wa« estnb- ^li»h»<J Sept. 16, lass, and had a ,J»opul»Uon of 5,000 residents be- iior» aundown of the first day of its Jjojumhia Records •unriM Boogie....FranVie Carle Tr* First Tim* I Kissed You... Kay Kyser Ifi DrwunUnw Dick Jurgem Goodnight Sweetheart..R, Noble You'll NeTer Know. .Harry James •towlnf Up a Storm Woody Herman <*»'»•« Doris Day Th« Story of Sorrento Xavier Cu(at LOT* J« So Terrific...Le« Brown ttetodjr Tta* BuddyClark Maybt, B*by If, You..Al Dexter I H*4 a Dream Roy Acuff Ont Uttle Te«rdrop Too Late.. »ob Atchei- I'U (Up A*M«.,...Johnny Bond You B*tter Do It Now Static Cooley ADAMS APPLIANCE Company, Inc. i. W. Ad»ms, Msr, 20« W. Main Phone 2071 The bride wore an aqua crepe dress fashioned with a drape effect and white accessories. Her frock was complimented with a shoulder corsage of pink sweetheart roses. Mrs. Tom Burns, aunt of the bride who was matron of honor, was Hie only feminine attendant. She chose for the occasion, a brown sieer crepe dress with white accessories. 5>Me pinned a corsage of white chrysanthemums at her shoulder. Tom Burns served Mr. as best man. Reception Follow, Immediately following the ccft- mony, a reception was held nt the home ot the br'.de's mother Thf , NOW! MOSS BRYAN THE COOL TOUCH »i Brass and Cepp«r Planter* M » refrechlnf addition I* your Rummer llvlnf room*. The GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 East Main Street FOUNTAINS; Everywhere! ! eneaert DULL, GRAYING, WDID OR YELLOWED HAIR COLOK. Glamorizes, by ackfing abundant temporary color lo your natural hair tiiade. Lusterizft white or gray hair, takes out yellow, and adds cool, beautifying tonci of blue and gray. Amoi- mg/y fafendj in lo the natural »had« the unwanted gray in graying hoir, 14 Colorful Rin$e Shades At The Hospitals Blytherlltc Hospital Dismissed ; Rayi.iond Morgan, city. Herbert Thompson, city Worth Neely. city. John L. Mclvin, city. Je«-o. Lewis, Braggadocio. Mo. Mallory'Gieer, Kennett Mo Mrs. Adah H. Croon, city. , . Mrs. James Daniel ami baby Ar- 'Blytheville with the Hev. E. C. " ------ — L -- -'•-'•' Miss Peggy 'Jo Bryan Is \Vecl to Charles Nance Mr. and Mrs Raymond Bryan today announced the marriage of their daughter. Miss Peggy Jo Bryan of Cooler, Mo., to Charles Nance of Tyler. Mo. The wedding was solemnized June 12 at the First Baptist Church in morel. ie Mae Walter, cit.y. Walls Hoapital city, city. Stewart Rt. Mrs j. R. Downing Mrs. Truman lAiig Mrs. Pcli.v Hill. cUy Charles Ellcy. Stcelc. Mo Patricia Handley. city Harvey Morris StocloX city. Mrs. OeorK? Saliba Jr.. city. Mrs. Ed Lawlcr. Cooler Mo Roti"ey Ijihue, Holland, Mo Merideth tj>riiic. Holland. M Mrs S. Mrs. Mrs Brown, pastor, fficialinft. The brttle wore a pale blue dress with white accessories. Their only attendants were Mis? Wanda Jo Barger of Cooler and Krnnelh Holmes ot Tyler. ?v,llo*vtnr: a u-eddtu? trip, th? couple will return to Tyler to make their home. / m. Mrs. Tom Burns presided «l In, rh»" n<l , M ,^' ??i" er Mlller In charge of the bride's book. peas in pastel shades. MM. St««'artlw«s graduated from Blytheville High School and for (he past two years has been employed In the office of the Nu-Wa Flavor lo mike 'em »mit« . , , and oom» back for more. Corn_ Soya's crisp, longiio-licklmg lll'j \ fun to oat . . . nourishing, loo. And lh« coal r»r sdrving with milk and sugar U really ima.ll. Get «om» today. *»W*X«JljSSrT Gcan^ Atkinson. Mr. and Mrs. jerry ™?, m ™V °^lJ^°l J9 ^°n. i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor have " ""'" ' ""'' "'"" ' ' retutnrd from a two weeks vacation in Parsons, Knns. mid Mnlusville jund Arkadclphin. Ark. Their daughter, Mollm. who made the trip with I them, is visiting in Ponca Oily, Ok- Jnhonm. I Miss Amllca Porter of Winfielrt Ala., arrived for an indefinite visit here with her brother, R. A. Porter and Mrs. Porter and daughter Mrs. Fred R. Child and daughter Miss Rosemary Child, are spending several weeks in Knoxville, Tenn as guests of Dr. Child's sister, Mrs Rowcna C. Mason. Cecil C. Rollins, seaman apprentice In the United Slates Navy KC m of Mrs. Pearl Rollins of 1623 Rose Street, in BJytheviUe. is serving aboard the submarine lender USS Nereus, which served as press and camera observation ship during the scuttling of the old cruiser, USS Salt Lake City. Seaman .Rollins entered the Navy January 1, 1D48, j Miss Joanne Campbell i s spending ten days with Miss Carolyn! Wright Algec in Tiptouvllle, Tenn., I who was her roommate at Southwestern University, Memphis. They are spending several days outing on Rcclfoot Lake this week. Dan Arncy ot Long View, Te*.. spent the weekend here wi!h his parcnt.1, Mr. aud Mrs. D. H. Arney. Mrs. Rnteigh Sylvester, Mr a . N. W. Kyle. Mrs. E. R. Alley, Mrs. R. A. Copelanrt and Mis. George Stilwell were in Caraway. Aric.. yesterday, where they attended Ihe 25th anniversary tea given by Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette May at their home there. Mr. B nd Mrs. May' formerly made their home here. Mr. and Mrs. John of Lake Providence. L«.. spent the weekend here vvilh their parents, Mrs. Myrtle Rylec and family and A. 8. De™ and family. Kirby Drug Stores p. . Forsythe, city. Turner. Osccol Bcasley, citv Osc«ofa News S he dora, Ark. Condition of Misf Emma Cox. " nd tewnrt is connected with „ . - , . Bakery in Blytheville. who Is a patient at the Baptist me home was decorated with » her « <he couple will make their Hospital In Memphis, remains ser- floor baskets of pink gladioli and home - I ious attractive arrangements of ,,w e et- Mr - Stewart h connected wit | Dr. and Mrs. c. M. Harwell had Out of town guests were Mrs L • as lhelr RUCMS yesterday their son, Rnuth of Cape Olrnrdcsu, Mr. lDr - »»d Mrs Mnllory Harwell and Mrs. cnrl Bass, Mnry Louise : children of Memphis. Bass and Buddy Warrlnglon nil of Mr s- Ralph Woodruff Is a patient Lepanto and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- : in '"« Methodist Hospital in Mem- ward Lewey and son of Helena. P llis . Her condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. Milton JoneJs and daughter, .Toann of Baltimore, Md., will arrive In Memphis by plane today to bt the gueju of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bowen for several •»eeks. Mr. Jones will join them here laler. Rural mail carriers travel more than 1.430,000 mtlrs » day in the performance of their official duties, according lo the V. S. post office. ANTED OLD SHOES Foster Parents Plan for War Children, Inc., 122 East 34 Street, New York, N. Y., aie no»' sponsoring a plan for the collection nf worn shoes which is being handled in a manner that makes it easy for shoe retailers to cooperate ---- They will take anything they can get . . . women's, wen's and children's, even single shoes. No repairing or any other specifications. I have promised 500 pairs of shoes lo be sent to the war countries. Prefer children's shoes but will accept ladies or men's. (Musi be wearable.) You man trade in your old shoes. Children'* $1.00 allowance. Ladies or men's |2.(in »llowRnc«. for (his munlh only.) &- SONS SHOES Keep Your Furs BEAUTIFUL! Rend furs for summer storage ( 0 us. Re sure that (hey Rie care fully cleaned and placed in moth- free, (heft-free cold storage. Free pick up service. PEERLESS CLEANERS 416 So. Franklin Box Office Opens 6:J« Show Starls 8:45 Opens Sunday t:M; SUrts !:]» Continuous Shows Sat. It Snn. Bargain Nirht Erery Nljht Kicept Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Koxy Thealrji Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Romance of Rosy Ridge with Van Johnson DRAGNET wi(h Henry Wilcoxsin and Mary Brian Fox Movietone Newa Tuesday and Wednesday (DOUBLE FEATURE) Bpgf Truaf Thrilling! ^0W ^M«^ RUSSEU • XNOX rw«.ir MMAM CHAttH MERtVliLE-BONn-DHKU Pra4«c*<l old BinctW ky DUOUT NICHO1.S. SCIMH PHy b r o« Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Shaw Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN a.m. 12:45 p.m. «:34 f.m. Last Time Today You Were Meant for Me wllh Jeanne Craln and I>»n Dally Paramount News and Sfeprt Continuous Showing Every Day Tuesday MiNUYIH-JESSIUIIiy Paramomnt News; Abto Continuoua Showing Crery

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