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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILI.E, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Charlotte Engcl of East Murphy avcnLe has returned home from Hopwdod where she was the guest of her soc-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hayes, over the holidays. Chinese checkers and new stock of shoe and skate outfits. Kestner's Book Store, 125 West Apple street- Advertisement.--31dec-3t. Miss Edna Prinkey ol South Ninth street, Greenwood, who underwent an appendicitis operation at the Connellsville State Hospital, is getting along nicely. Miss Prinkey is a member of the staff of the billing department of the West Penn Power Company. . Upholstering done at reasonable _ terms. Call Dawson 236.--Adver- tisement.--dec27-28-29jan-3-4-5. Cadet Philip W. Atkins left Sunday night for Blacksburg, Va., where he will resume his studies at Polytechnic Institute. He spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Atkins of Isabella road. Start the new year right with a complete set of new ledgers, day books and cash books. Loose leaf supplies and Shaw-Walker filing equipment. Everything for the office at Kcstner's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St.--Advertisement.--jan3-4-5 Miss Isabelle Humphrey, who spent the holidays at her home in Gallatir. avenue, has returned to her studies at Seton Hill College, Grecns- · burg. Lovely $5.00 dresses, plenty large sizes, now $1.70. Princess Shop.-- Advertisement.--3jan-l t. Edgar Wood and Daniel Ridenour, who were home for the Christmas holidays, have returned to their studies at Allegheny College, Meadville. ^ Card party, St. Aloysius Hall, Dunbar, Wednesday evening, January llth, 8:30. Bridge, "500" and other games. Valuable prizes. Admission 35c.--Advertisement.--jan- 3-6-10. Mr. snd Mrs. L. M. Findley and sons, Fred and Lewis, and son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark of South Eighth street, Greenwood, spent New Year at Charleroi as the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Findley's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith. Cafeteria Christian Church, Wednesday evening. 5:00 to 7:00.--Ad- vertisement.--3jan-lt. Jack Reagan, son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Reagan of South Eighth street, Greenwood, left Monday for Ann Arbor, Mich., to resume his studies at the University of Michigan alter spending the holidays at his home . Miss Esther Brennan of West Peach street attended the funeral service for Mrs. Marietta Schmid, held Wednesday afternoon at the Whitlatch Funeral Home at Uniontown. Burial was in the Brownsville Cemetery. Mrs. Anna Soringer and daughter, Mrs. William Hartman and daughters, Kathleen and %7ilma, of the White Front Apartments, arrived home Sunday night from Painesville, Ohio, where they attended the funeral service Tor Mrs. Springer's nephew, William Edward Shives, held Sunday afternoon. The trip to and from Painesville was made by motor with William Moscr of East Fayetle street at the wheel. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Sligcr and daughter, Miss Betty, and William McManus, motored to New Wilmington Monday afternoon. Miss Sligcr, who spent the holidays at her home ·In'West Patterson avenue, resumed her studies at Westminster College. i Misses Mary and Kathryn Frantz, Michael Furlick and Joseph Cudnik visited Sunday with Mrs. Antoinette Tartar, an aunt of Jie former, at Kcistervillc. Michael Furlick, employed in Detroit, Mich.,-returned there Monday after spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Furlick, ol Evcrson. Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Byrnes have returned home after spending .the holidays with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Men- tier, of Columbus, Ohio. Lynn Emerson Galr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Galr of Dunbar, left Monday morning for Washington, D. C., where he will continue his stuuics .as a prc-mcdical student at Columbia Junior College. Mrs. Hehry W. McRobblc and sons, Henry and John, of Snyder street, spent New Year Day with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas of Pittsburgh. Mrs. Albert Fuller of Vandcrbllt spent the week-end at Washington, D. C. Henry Michaclosky and Miss JElcanor Shutsy were Pittsburgh visit- tors Monday evening, Mrs. B. Frank Smith of Blackstone road left today to visit Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Sayers ot.Fairmont, W. Va., and friends at Clarksburg, W. Va. Mrs. Sayers and Mrs. Smith are sisters. Thomas Smith of Pittsburgh visited his grandparents, Mr.' and Mrs. John W. Evans, m' South Tittsburg street Monday evening. Mrs. Homer Edmunds and children of .Washington, D. C., spent the weekend "with Mrs. Edmunds' parents, Mr.- and Mrs. William S. Storey, o£ East Patterson avenue. Among those ~from town who attended the Ice Follies of 1939 at Pittsburgh Salirday evening were T "ugh Hanford, V. C. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Grjydon ~ipkey, Dr. and Mrs. William Pujia. Miss Nell Gilmore and Miss GwcnColyn Guyton of Dunbar also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones and family and Mrs. Gilbert Jones and daughter, Beverly, of Pittsburgh, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, of East Cedar avenue. Edwin 3. and Robert, sons of Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Gule of Dunbar, have returned -to their studies at Hahne- rrmnn Medical School in Philadelphia and Swarthmorc College at Swarth- raorc. Pa., respectively, after spending the Christmas holidays with their parents. Edwin is attending the school .from which his father was Aunt Het By ROBERT QU1LLEN "I don't blame Amy for inyin' she had nothin' to wear. I saw her at the party in that evcnin' dress and it come pretty close to bcin' nothin'." graduated 30 years ago while Robert is a pra-medical student at f.warth- more. Mrs. Ella Cook and ton, Clarence, of South street spent Sunday with the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Arisen, of Jerome. Charles W. Schultzabarger of Pittsburgh visited his mother, Mrs. Eva Schultzabarger and hib aunt, Miss Mary K. Wagner, both of Vine street South Conncllsville, over the weekend. Mr. Schultzabarger left this morning for Buffalo, N. V., where he has been transferred by his firm General Mills. Upon arrival there he will take up his new duties as chief clerk in the Buffalo office. Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Lewis anc son, William, of RHCO street motored to Johnstown Sunday and visited Mr Lewis' mother. Mrs. A. V. Anthomy who Is ill. William left Monday morning for Pcnn State College to resume his studies. Miss Margaret Bodis, who spcn the holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Bodis o! Vandeibilt has returned to her claiscs at Call fornia State Teachers College. Ella Percy of Lciscnring No 1, membei' of the office force o Troutman's store, has returned from Detroit, Mich., - where she spent a week as the guest of her brothcr-in law and sister. Mr. -and Mrs. Georg Beal. Her mother, Mrs. Belle Cropp remained for a more extended visi at the Beal home. Miss Mame McNulty left Sunda; afternoon for Washington, D. C where she is employed by the Gov crnment. Miss McNulty spent ovc the holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Anthony McNulty, o Brookvale. Carl Workman, son of Mr. and Mri Daniel Workman of Vandcrbilt, wh underwent an operation at the Con ncllsvtlle State Hospital, is rccoverin nicely. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Purbaugh an daughter, Miss Lorcen, of Vine strcc visited over New Year with relative at Glenco. They accompanied horn Mr. Purbaugh's sister, Mrs. Georg Smith, who had been their gue.st. Mrs. Lcc Turner of Covington, Va is the guest ot her aunt, Mrs. T. G Kincaid, ot West Cedar avenue. Alfred Koff of Hazlolown, who ha boon visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Gordo of South street, has returned horn Tills was Mr. Koff's first visit to Con nellsvillc, where he formerly resldci in 20 years. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Michael of th Wesley Apartments, West App street, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mason an Mrs. Anna Mason of Edenborn wer guests of Mr. and Mrs. James G Griffith of New Kensington Monda Mrs. Harry Qulnn o£ Chicago ha returned home after a week's vis with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fro Roher, of Tenth street, West Side. Mrs. Charles F. Raymond and Mr Ella Cunningham of Ogden street an Mrs. Clarence Bittncr of East Fai view avenue were called to Bait more, M1, by the serious Illness their ' sister, Mrs. Ralph McMulle Mrs. McMullcn, who is known her is a patient at Johns Hopkins Ho pital. She is a resident of Baltimor Mr. and Mrs. James W. Shaw re turned Monday evening to their horn in Baltimore after spending th Christmas-New Year vacation wi tiiopyle Man Fined $300, Sentenced io Jail for Six Months UNIONTOWN, Jan. 3--Charged ith operating a cur while under the fluence of liquor and failing to rc- cal identity at the bCenc of an acci- nl, Chester Burnsworth, Ohiopyle, as sentenced to lines totaling $300 nd six months to county jail when rraigned before Judge II. S. Dum- nuld. The case was the outgrowth of a 'llision about 3 P. M, November G hen a car, owned by Fred Morrison, so of Ohiopylc, and operated by urnsworth, crashed into the ma- linc of Deputy Sheriff Matty Bain, ijuring his sister-in-law, Mrs. Marin Jones, one of the passengers in he latter car. Burnsworth profanely refused to tow his cards or reveal his Identity. Trooper II. E. Rang, arresting of- ccr. told the court he found Morri- oi) "paralyzed drunk" in the rear cat of the car and that Burnsworth, nowing he was wanted, hid in the lountains near Ohiopyle for several ays before he was appi chended. Vilnesses testified Burnsworth also ad been drinking considerably. Asked whether he had anything s:iy, the defendant replied: "Not a thing " Judge Dumbauld imposed a fine of 200 and three months to county jail n the first charge and $100 fine and ircc months on the third count to 'hich He pleaded guilty. The jail crms run consecutively, it was stip- ilated. THE GRIM REAPER MRS. MARIA1I SLEASMAN : Mis. Mariah Sleasman, 76 years old, died at £:45 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home of her son-in- law'and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cramer, at Indian Head. A lifelong resident of the Indian Head district, she leaves six children: Mrs. Cramer, where she resided, Mvs. Mary Maulo of Somerset, R. D. 6, Mrs. James. Kunkle, Albert Sleasman and P. R. Sleasman, all of Indian Head, and Alva Slcasman of Normalvillc. There \ arc 15 grandchildren and one s;roat-grandchild. Mrs. Sleasman was a member of the Tiout Run Church of the Brethren. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon with a brief service at the home at 1:30 o'clock followed by full rites at the Indian Head Church ol God at 2 o'clock in charge of Rev. K. T. Hull of Bakcrbvillc, pastor of the Church ol the Brethren, assisted by Rev. F. O. Eakin, pastor of the Indian Head Church of God. Interment will be in Tlnkey Cemetery. Carriage Licenses In Westmoreland Hit Six-Year Low Point GREENSBURG, Jan. 3.--The 1938 mslness recession dealt Dan Cupid a terrific Jolt in Westmoreland county and the number who applied for marriage licenses fell far below any year since 1932. A total of 2,003 marnagt licenses vere issued in 1938 which compares vith other years as follows: 1932--1.C75; 1933--2,101; 19.H-- 2,891; 1935--2,543; 1936--2,151 and 1937--2,531. CARLOADINGS OFF FOR WEEK WASHINGTON, Jan. 3.--The Association of American Railroad reported 574,462 cars of revenue freight vcrc loaded during the week ending Saturday, December 24. This was a decrease of 31,852 cars, or 5.3 per cent, compared with the jreceding week; but an increase of 118,041, or 25.5 per cent, compared with a year ago. Miscellaneous freight loadings to- talled 213,793, a drop of 24,870 from Ihe previous week but a gain of 46,516 from a year ago, while less-than- carlot merchandise aggregated 140,SOO cars, a decrease of 7,191 from the preceding week and an increase of 21,460 froi.x the same period last year. CYRUS T. 1'EUKINS SCOTTDALE, Jan. 3. -- Cyrus P. Perkins, 89 years old, died early Monday morning at the home of daughter-in-law, Mrs. Amy Perkins, at Tarr, with whom he resided. He was it ictircd watchman of the Central plant ot the H. C. Frick Coke Company. He leaves two daughters and ono son, Mrs. Emma Cunningham ol Tarr, Mrs. Harry Cunningham ol Mount Pleasant and George Perkins of Grcensburg. There are 16 grandchildren, 37 {great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. The funeral service will beheld a 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Mount Lebanon Methodist Episcopal Church, Tarr. Rev. Glcndcnin the pastor, will officiate. .Intention will be In the church cemetery. -MKS. HENRY GRIMM Mis. Barbara Ellen Grimm. years old, wife ot Henry Grimm o near Normalvllle, died at 6:05 o'clock Monday evening in Conncllsvill' tale Hospital where she had been a patient for nearly a month. She is survived by her husband two children, Harry Grirsm of Indian Head and Mrs. Ida Miner of Normal ville, and 17 grandchildren. The body will be removed by Fu ncral Director Clyde B. Brooks o Indian Head to the home of William Shipley on the F. B. McMillan home stead near Rogers Mill. The funcra service will be held at 2 o'cloc! Thursday afternoon at the Moun Zion United Brethren Church. In tcrment will be made in the churcl cemetery, officiate. Rev. Arthur Ritchey will 3 -said Kills Bride, Father, Self, TERRE HAUTE, Ind., Jan. Police Captain Clint Seward William Query, 33, of Clovcrdalc, shot and killed his 15-year-old bride, Betty, and her father, Ralph D. Kendall, 39, and then committed suicide at the Kendall home. Query was under $1,000 bond on a charge of contributing to. a minor's delinquency in his marriage Christmas Day to the girl who gave her age as 18 to get the license. MISS MELISSA J. CARSON Miss Melissa J. Carson, 89 year old, died Monday evening at her horn at Porryopolis after an illness of few months. A daughter of the late David an Na:icy Carson, she was born Septom bcr 6, 1849. She leaves a brothc Asa Carson, of Canflcld, Ohio, an two sisters, Misses Anna Belle Car son and Kate Caraon at home. The body was removed to th Wade Funeral Home at Pcrryopol where the funeral service will L held 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon Friends may view the remains at tli funeral parlors. Rev. Fred I Grimm, pastor of the Perryopol Methodist Episcopal Church, wi ofllciate. Interment will be in Moun Washington Cemetery. Sines With Boys' Choir. Robert Houston, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Houston of Royal Oak, Mich., and a grandson of Mrs. T. J. Brennan of West Peach street was one of the members of the boys' choir of The Shine of the Little Flower, of which Rov. Charlis E. Coughlln is pastor, to sing at the midnight mass Christmas Eve. old. Robert is eight years relatives here. Miss Mary Rylond has returned to Crcsson after spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Ella Ryland, and her brother-in-law and sinter, Mr. and Mrs. Hobcrt Nickel, of Con- nellsvillu. JAMES F. DEAL James Franklin Deal, 75 years ol' well-known farmer of Mcnallc township for many years, died Sun day at his home at Sandy Bottom a tcr a lingering illness. He was a na tivc of Preston county, W. Va. Be sides his wife, Zoura Alice Deal, h is survived by four children. He w a member of Menallcn Grange. MRS. EMMA C. SMITH Mrs. Emma C. Smith, 6.1 years ol died Sunday at her home in Hank Hollow, near McClellandtown. KOBEIIT W. DECKER Robert Wayne Decker, 18 years d, died at 6:45 Monday moim'ng at s home, 1218 Chestnut street, whore e had been ill with a sinus infection nd complications for one week. Born September 3, 1920, a son of hrls and Mary E. Decker, he had vcd his entire" life in Connellsville, tending the public schools and ·aduating with the Class o£ 1938. e was a member of Trinity Luther- i Chuich. Surviving in addition to his pnr- nts arc a brother. Warren M. Dcck- ot Masontown, who underwent an morgcncy appendicitis operation unday evening at Connellsville State ospital, and a brother and two sis- ers, Harry C., Wanda and Emma can Decker, all at home. f\ private funeral service will be eld at 2:20 o'clock Wednesday af- ernoon at the home with Dr. W. H. :ctrick, pastor ot Trinity Lutheran Tjurch, officiating, assisted by Rev. Icorge R. Krupp, pastor of the First Inited Presbyterian Church. Burial fill be in Hill Grove Cemetery. MRS. AGNES DURST MEYERSDALE, Jan. 3.--Mrs. Ages Durst, 78, widow of Gabriel Durst, whose death occurred in 1889, led Saturday at the home of Mr. nd Mrs. C. E. Butler in Elk Lick ownship where she had rebidcd foi nany yews. Mrs. Durst %vas born April 29, 1800. n Somerset county, :i daughter of Hit ate Henry and Elizabeth Shockey Vagncr. She is survived 'by one sis- cr, Mrs. Sarah Englc of Salisbury, The funeral service was held Monday. Interment followed in Salisbury I. O. O. F. Cemetery. MRS. CHARLES F. RICHER Mrs. Charles F. Eicher, 75 years )ld, who conducted the Cottage In: ind Georgian Lodge and maintained he sub-station for the State Moto D olicc detail at Uniontown, died sud denly Sunday night at her home in ho National pike west after a few days' illness. Mrs. Eicher and he lusband hud conducted the two cs .ablishmcnts for the past 12 years She was born at New Salem, daughter of Wilson and Nancj Vlalonc, and was twice married, he first husband, H. B. Bowser of Green county, preceding her in death. Sh was n member ot the Daughters o .he American Revolution. Beside icr husband, she is survived by thre daughters, two brothers, one sister .wo grandsons and one stepdaughter HERBERT D. BOGER MEYERSDALE. Jan. 3.--Hcrbci D. Boger, 59, died Sunday evening a the home of his brother-in-law an sister, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Tresslei in Center street, of complications. He was born February 1, 1879, son of Henry and Lydia Dicke Boger, both deceased. His wife die several years ago. He leaves tw children, Mrs. Verna Toppin of De troit and Harry of Los Angeles an two sisters, Mrs. Trcsslcr and Mr William Sudcr of Corrlgansvillc, Md The funeral service was held this afternoon at the Tressler home with Rev. O. A. Lorcnz, pastor of Main Street Brethren Church, officiating. Interment was in Union Cemetery. W. H. Moore Dies At Unioniown Residence Special to Ttoo Courier. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 3.--Strkkcn rlih a heart attack late Monday ight in his home in Carlisle street, Villiam Haddcn Moore, known as Colonel," wjs found dead in bed at :30 Tuesday morning. Mr. Moore etired about 11:30, apparently in fine icalth. He had not complained and vas jovial as usual. During the day ic had visited his mother, Mrs. Emma '. Moore, and his brother, Frank, with whom she made her home in Lincoln sticct. Mr. Moore was born March 6, 1878, n Bccson avenue. His father Willam T. Moore, died last February 10, within one month o£ being 93 years ild. Franco Masses Planes For Determined Drive Cataionian Lines .oyolists Claim to Have Slowed Offense to Mere Crawl; Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE, Jan. 3.--Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Burnworth have returned home after a several days- visit at Scranton with Mrs. Burnworth's sister, Mrs. Martin Joyce and family. Mr. uiid Mrs. Charles H. Thorpe of Pittsburgh, visited Thursday with Mr. Thoipc'.s mother, Mrs. Jane Thoipc, who has been ill but at this time is somewhat improved although still confined to her room. Mrs. Ralph Woodmency and htt'.e daughter iclurncd Thursday from Confluence Hospital. Rev. and Mrs. F. S. Wortman spen Thursday at Dunbar where Rev Wortman officiated at the funcra service for Mrs. Hare. The tangurd family moved Thurs day from the Brady Cottage to rooms in the Fleming property. Mrs. E. L. Colins and daughtc Janet and Mrs. Frank RafTcrly o Uniontown spent Friday visiting Mr and Mrs. W. A. Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuck. Kvtorllon Threatened. NEW YORK, Jan. 3--A Fedcra grand jury indicted James Crosb Edwards, Jr., 23, an uncmploye seaman, for an alleged attempt to ex tort $10,000 from Thomas W. Balfc an executive of National Distillers under threat of harm to Ms daugh tor, Eileen, 19. Authorities accuse Edwards of trying to "chisel in" on publicized threat by another perso to kidnap the daughter. Lewis Post Mccls Tonifht. Joseph W. Lewis Post, Veterans o Foreign Wars, will meet at 8 o'cloc onight at the Union Baptist Churcr n the West Side. Business of im Jortance will come up and a gooc attendance is desired. The 1939 "pe capita tax" is to be paid. Has Appendicitis Operation. Miss Ann McKce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McKce of West Newton, formerly of Conncllsvillc, was admitted to McKecsport Hospital Thursday afternoon and underwent an operation for acute appendicitis Saturday morning. She was stricken while Ice skating. Miss McKce, 17 years old. Is a granddaughter of Mrs. George Dull of West Faycttc street. She Is getting along nicely. Dawson Auxiliary to Meet. The Dawson American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the home of Mrs. Frank McGill. No Girl Scout Session. Troop No. 4, Girl Scouts, scheduled to meet this evening will not meet until Tuesday, January 10, because o£ Week o£ Praye'r services. RUGGED MEN of the SEA! Frli»...tt« ·11 pulli for thi Komin Ihiy 1ov«1 Lied by Andy as a roofin', footin.' torror of the plains! Crammed w i t h h o w l s , thrills, throbs! Their newasr... and best I TODAY TOMORROW THE HAPPY HARDYS ARE HEREAGA1N! NO JAIL CAN HOLD MY BOY!" Boosted the Mag of the underworld! Bat Us con didn't need help to smash his way out oS thl» jam! Screen drama to real -- you'n live every thrOl! Tat AU'Amtrican Dor Our...In Tb» Picture All Antrlo* -will Take T* It» U««rtl... Jt FWUINUI Ficfaire Jbninf Historical Mystery Larry Clint Orchestra Latest Nc\\ Sena '!·) lit SaU Wilson Story b S»mo«l Ot*tz ind Endre Bobtm · Biitd on Ux Cora* Strip Chincter b, HirtU Ct» DltKttJ by Harold You, Piodvc«d by K« GoWim A/K- MEiF.1 W1BW1U * IBCT CIUIU · IdOiSE UfUliU Our Next Attraction "THE CITADEL" Comedy ® Current News 9 Shorts HENDAYE, Jan. 3--Rebel General nmcisco Franco concentrated the rcatcst air force ol the Spanish ivil war today in a determined c£- ort to smash the government's Cataionian defense lines. With the loyalists claiming'to have nflicted many thousands of casual- les and slowed the great insurgent (tensive to a crawl, Franco was inderstood to have gathered at least 00 airplanes on the Segre front in a icw effort to batter down the trongly fortified main defenses against which he has been hurling irobably 300,000 men. The main action appeared to be entered on the right or southern ving of the 70-mile Cataionian front, IthouRh loyalist advices said a fierce battle also had been under way for 24 hours on the north or eft wing sector where the insurgents were vainly battering at the defenses ot Artcsa Do Segrc. Rebel dispatches claimed that 7,000 loyalists had been killed, 20,000 wounded and 16,000 taken prisoner, while the government advices reported insurgent losses as much greater than their own. Money Loaned ON yOUR AUTOMOBILE UNPAID BALANCES RE-FINANCED $ 25 to $ 300 Call or See Us. If i'ou Jiecd Jloncj- For Any Emergency Moderate Repayments Fayette Loan Co. 510 Title Trust Co. Bldg. ConnellsvUle, Pa, Telephones 244-866 Prtmpt, Courteous Convenient Service THE NEW QSSSON THEATRE TODAY · Edith Fellows --in-"THE LITTLE ADVENTURESS" 'Alexander Korda . Presents "DRUMS" In tlorlous Technicolor Tomorrow o Feature No. 1 Thursiay · Friday Feature No. 2

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