The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1947 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 26, 1947
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fODB BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK,) COUKIKR NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1047 I'hon* 4461 Recent Bride' Honored With Afternoon Tea Mrs. Jimn Nelwii Parks. I lie former Mist Jan* Bryson of Enter- pirlie, Ala., wa» complimented yesterday afternoon when • Mrs. Max Parks entertained with a tea In her honor at the Parlu home, 1333 Chlcfcasawbi Are. . In the recelvuu line were Mrs. Max Parlu, who wore a two-toned grty silk: drfiu, and^ the gutst-o(- honor vho v,or«~a black crape dress and pinned »:cor*u* of white tar- rienlu at her ahoulder. The punch table, holding a punch service circled with greenery and pom pon chrysanthemums, was preaUted over by Mrs, Allan Stacy, the former Miss Becky Me Call. .'•."•• The dining table, covered with a handmade linen cut work cloth, was centered'with illver branched candelabra on a tiered mirror plaque and garlanded with white and pink carnations entwined with greenery and fern. The living room of the home was beautifully decorated with arrang- ments of giant chrysanthemums In Pall colors. Mrs. W. S. Johnston presided over the refreshment table, assisted by Mrs. John Lentl, Mrs. Ed Rice nnc' Mrs. L E. Baker. Approximately M guests called ding bells. between the hours of,4:30 nnd 6:30 P- m . , Calvary Circle Meets With Mrs. Vastbinder Circle Two of the Calvary Baptist Woman's Missionary union met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. L. Vastbinder. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Vernon Boyd anil Mrs. Jim England presided over the short business .'f.'SiCii- Mrs, V:iSt-< binder was In rt?i:;'Bi: of Ihu program witli Mrs. H L. Fondren, Mrs. Mable Lunsford, Mrs, Boyd nnd Mrs. D. U Webster participating- Mrs. Carra Prultt closed the meeting with prayer. The hostess served •refreshments. F. F. A. Has Meeting, Dinner At Rustic Inn The Executive Committee ol the Blythevllle Chapter of Future Homemakers of America-met Mondu evening »t the Rustic Inn for dinner followed by a business meeting Miss Vernell O'Nell, president, wa- in charge of the'business meeting at which plans Were made for en tertalning the Mississippi Count Federation of F. H. A. In Blythevlllo on December 2. < Mrs. A. E. Caldwell arid Mis* M61- ^uncheon Compliments • Hiss Shirley Barh'am Miss Slilrlcy Barhain, brlde-«lect : of Rouse Harp, was honcved yesterday, with a luncheon at the homo of Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp with Mrs. E. M-. Terry Sr., Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr., Mis, Jatnet Terry and .Mrs. Wetenkamp as hostesses. The dining room table, which was covered with a beautuui blue linen cloth with petit point work around the edges, was centered with a low bowl of yellow and white California baby mum. 1 ;. An attractive arrangement of giant yellow mums was placed on the piano. As Miss Barham entered the honv, Mrs. E. L. Hale played the trad!- llonal wedding march. GuesU Included Mrs. George Barhnm, grandmother of the bride-elect and Mrs. B: L. Harp, mother of the bridegroom elect. Out of town guesU included Miss Edylhe Rouse, aunt of the bridegroom-elect and his sister, Mrs. John Arcuds, both ol Charleston, Mo. • The M'-guests were served nt » large table and three small ones. Place of tho guest, of honor was marked with a table service of eilver, a gift of the hostesses, To Reign Bits of News \ Mostly Mi', and Mrs. Baker Wilson will have as their guests over the Thanksgiving holidays, Mrs, Wilson's father, C. E. Crews and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Harwell of Memphis and Billy Eldrldsfo, a student at University of Arkansas, f'ay- eltcvlllc. Mr- today nnd Mis. B. A. Lynch left for St. Louis, Mo., where they will spend the Thanksgiving holidays with their son, B. A. Lynch Jr.. nnd family. They will be met Banister and family. Mr. and Mrs. O.M. Buck will spend Thanksgiving day in Memphis with their daughters, Mrs. M, L. Woolen and Mrs. W. H. Venn and their families. Mr. and Mrs. James Lenlz and son, Jimmy, Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, Marshall Cannady and daughter, Sarah Elizabeth, will leave In the morning for Clinton, ill., whew they 'will spend the Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs, Cannady's parents. They will return home Sunday night. Mr, and MM. But* Lutes and yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs- Mule Lutes nnd son. Lehman,' formerly of Dc- liolt. Mich., left yesterday mornlnq for Minml, Fla,, where they. will make Ihclc home They have been there by another soli' r.'ouis."Lynch" i vlsftlnir relatives' here since last who Is a student at tin University I Thursday. of Arkansas, l-'ayeltcvllle. , j Mr«. Eunice Young spent Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Cunningham will have as their Thanksgiving guests, Mrs. Cunningham's brother, John Crenshaw, Mrs. Crenshaw and sons, jimmy, Tommy, and John of Trenton, Tcnn. Edwin Wecdman, a student at the University of .Arkansas, Pay- cttevlllc, arrived home today to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Wecdman and family. Eel Rice. Coming Events Social Calendar Tburtdii Cotillion Club having tea dance at the Hotel Noble from 6 to 10 p.m. spent yesterday In j Mr. and MM. Freeman Robinson, I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blttner, Mr. and Mrs- Farrls MtCalli and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Grain will be hosts and hostess. Krldaj Mrs. ous'Eberdt, .Wrs. W. D. Cobb and Miss Ethel Eberdt /entertaining' with a party complimenting Miss Shirley Bnrham, bride-elect. Mrs. Cornelius Scherer enterlaln- ng C. B, C. Club at her home. Saturday . Mis. W. S. Johnston, Mrs. J, C. Ellis Sr., Mrs. George W. Barham and Mrs. W. R. Campbell entertaining with a tea-shower from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Womans Club honoring Miss Eugenia Crawford, bride-elect of Jack Hale. Sunday Miss Pandijrln Whltworth will become the bride of Jack Owen in a ceremony at First Methodist Churcn at 4 p.m. Civic Calendar yesterday in Memphis. Allen Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs. arrive tonight from Columbia. Mo., where -he Is a student at University of Missouri, to spend the holidays with his parents.. Mrs. John Gosett of Memphis returned home today after spending' 10 days as guest of Mrs. Cal Gos- sclt and son, Jim and Cal, at their home at Burdette. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner nnd children,loft today for Henryetti. Mr. and Mrs. Aasil Mulllns and | ok , ,', „ w m ' spend the .... „„, „.,„ Ansll j,, O f Tus-; holldn} . s wUh h er mother. Mrs. W. sons, Bill caloosa, — - : •. ~ ' . • i nonaays wiin ner mouicr, Mrs. w. caloosa, Ala arrived today to , M Bomnd,,, nud M r. and Mrs. M. L. spend several days as guests of Bpll , nd famlly _ Th(ly will 1)e Jolnc<1 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sin sir.' and t here by another daughter, Mas Mr- and Mrs , family. Mlss Martha Stewart, daughter The unique dessert was'Ice cream ' «' »« «<»'•,»"d Mrs ' Al ' p " "' SU ~ ' ""'' R ' U C * > " <! * 5 " C ' U M * y '" moulded In the form of white wed-' *'* n ' nas Uc " 1 .M a baptist Women Meet . j For Service Program The womcna Missionary Society of Number Nine Baptist chu/ch met Monday with eh[ht members and one visitor for .their Royal Service program for Die month of November. The "meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Rhoads. Tnc devotional was given by Mrs. Veala Stovall nnd Mrs. Orrin Hunt was program chairman. The first talk, "Size. Population and People of Africa", was given by Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. Rhoads spoko on ."Government of Africa. Mrs- Ethel Whittle spoke on "Southern Baptists In Africa" and Mrs. Alice Coat* gave the closing prayer. During the short business meeting which followed the program, plans were discussed for the supper and dedication services to be held -at the church parsonage tomorrow night. Blythci'llle, was principal speaker t the weekly meeting of the- Roary Club'here yesterday noon. Dr. Vise, speaking on Thanksgiv- ng, told of his experiences while in- erned In a German prison camp on ne Thanksgiving Day and compared hat holiday with the current one. Guests at that meeting were W. R. Lawshe, J. A. Leech and Jerry Poe, 11 of Blythevllle: John White and Roy Houck, both of Luxora; and' Sergt. Tommy Cox. L. C. B. Young and Morris Sllvcrflcld, all of Oscc- la. Dr. Shcddan was inducted as a lew member. Wednesday FOOTBALL: Junior High Paps vs Bellcvue— Here. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. FOOTBALL: , Senior High Chicks vs Forrest City—Thire. Baskets Distributed by Church The Sunday School Classes ol First Bapllsl Church will contribute a Thanksgiving basket to needy families in Blytheville this year. The program, usually taken up by each church Is an annual affair, and it Is expected that other churches \vlll also contribute. u- j yomphis. She was accompanied : Ing Queen ai llendrlx College, Con- VIU. '-n^rh^m ii-nvn fr,,- H<n ™>r-i i W9y, WllCVf SllO IS n senior. SllC Will . - -- - ... slo^n black nI e ?uIt with black be crownc " « u "'> Thursday night holidays here with her accc^rles * l the same '*tween . Aikrum-s sister. Mary Frances rystal Shower Honors Miss Pandoria Whit worth Miss Jane McLcod and Mrs. Henry ong were hostesses last night at .lie home of Mr, nnd Mrs. Qeorge W. McLcod, with a crystal shower honoring Miss Pandoila Whltworth, whose marrlnEc to Jack Owen will be solemnized Sundav afternoon al First Mclhodlsl Church. The home was nttrnctlvely decorated with bouquets of pink roses and white carnations. The dining lablc, ovcrlnld with a white linen cloth, held a wedding cake nnd crys- tnl punch service. v . Tho entertainment of the evening State Teachers and Hendrlx. Miss Stewart nlso recently was chosen Campus Sweetheart «nd Carnival Queen at Hcnclilx. home by her daughter. Miss Billlc Loiitsc Gaines, who will spend the parents and Gains. Miss Galncs Is a student at Memphis Club Eight-Is'Feted By Mrs. H. G. Partlow , Mrs. H. Q. Partlow was hostess Inst night to members of Club Eight and one guest,, Mrs. S. C. Owens, nt her home on Kcnlucky Avenue. Mrs! Charles Langston won high score and Mire- R. C. Allen, second. The home decorated lie Guard sponsor*, met "with the group. : ; • • • Mrs. Daws Compliments Daughter Witri Party Mrs. Q. V. Daws complimented her daughter, Miss Wlltagcne Daws, with a party last night at the Daws Home. The occasion was to cele- orate Willagerie's seventeenth birthday. . The dining room table was draped with SL;lace cloth and was centered with a,blrthday cake flanked by, green tapers burning In crystal holders. » Refreshment* of cake and ice cream ;T?fire served "to the four couples present. The Thanksgiving motif wss carried out In the place cards, and the other decorations throughout the home. • « « Miss Anne Fisher Is Honored With Shower A surprise silver shower was glv en last night at the home of Dr and Mrs. J. M. Walls complimenting Miss Anne Fisher, brjde-elecl of Dr. P. L-Husband. : The 10 gu-Jsts, members of thi p ' staff of Walls .Hospital and nurses wns n mock wedding ceremony, The guest-of-honor wore for [ho occasion n blue gabardine suit with brown accessories and a corsitgc of white carnations, n gift of the hostesses. Mrs. Higginson Hostess To Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnson was hostess to members of the Tuesday Bridge Club ^nd one guest, Mrs. R, C. Parr, yesterday afternoon at her home. In the bridge gnmes plnycd Mrs. Charles digger £-011 high and Mrs. Max B. Field won second. ' Snapdragon.! and red berries decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. . 'Hie hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. Mrs. Bnggs Entertains Club Members, Guests Mrs. Jnmes Lee Brooks. M«, James Roy and Mrs. n. M. Logan floallng arrangements of gardenias nnd"\Fnll flowers. who have worlc'id with Miss Flshe: at the hospital, prestnled her with gifts of silver in her chosen pat tern. The hostess served :oursc. dessert Mrs. Watson Hostess To Club Members, Guests OSCEOLA, Nov. 25—Mrs. W. W. Watson was hostess to two tables of club members and two guests. Mrs. Floyd Recce of Wilson and Mrs. Fred Smith, last night at hnr home. Mrs. C. C. Bowen was winner of the high score and Mrs. Smith won second high. The hostess served a dpssert coiirflp, and red berries were used to decorate the entertaining rooms i)f the home. iclioo! of Art. Mr. nnrl Mrs. Floyd Davis and Mis. Virgil Hill and son. Jerry are s|>ciidlng this week in Houston, Miss., as guests of relatives." Harry Ray Brooks, who is n student at William • Jewel College. Liberty. Mo,, will arrives liomc tonight to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. H- Brooks. He will be accompanied home by Bill Bridges, who Is als*-a student at William Jewel. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gnrrigan and dnughteiV Gay, and Mr.j and Mrs. R. A. Kelson and family will spend Thanksgiving with Mr.* and Mrs.' B. F. Gny Jr., and fnmily In .Co-. lumbus. Miss. Y/r. and Mrs. H- C. Walls are the parcnU; of a daughter born Nov. : . 11 at Walls Hospital. She Is their second child . and has not yet been named. Mis, Walls Is the former Miss 'Georgia Lee. Mr. and Mrs- W. W. Bryant Jr., will have as tliclr Thanksgiving guests, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Terrell and sons. Mickey, Bill nnd Jimmy. of Osccola. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Stewart. of Jonesboro arrived todny to spend were guests when Mrs. Dnle S, ilrlggs entertained the Tri-Town city. Bridge club yesterday afternoon nt her home. Mrs. Russell Hayncs Parr won by, Huflmnn. At The Hospitals ItlyflKvillc Hospital Dismissed: Joe Russell, Cooler,'Mo. David Galncs. cily. Walls Ho.spilal Dismissed: D. U Go&s, File. 2, Steele, Mo. Mrs. G. H. Dlckerson nnd baby, Mrs. J. B- Sloan and baby, Sloelc. Mrs. Tommy Jean York and ba- high and Mrs. Brooks second nigh | when bridge was played. j Yellow chrysanthemums rtccorat- j ed tho entertaining rooms of the i home. | The hostess served rfreshmenUi of' dessert course. Miss Hardy Speaks At P. T. A. Meeting Miss. Hosa. Hardy, principal of Blylhcvllle High School, was guest speaker at yesterday's meeting of the Junior High Parent-Teacher Association. Her subject \VRS "The, Imperative Needs of Youth". ; The seventh grade music stu- j dents of Mrs. Lanlcr Reid pre-1 sented a musical program of! Following an evening spent In In- ! Thanksgiving songs and c, Thanks- j formal entertainment, refreshments; giving pageant, preceding the j or Iced drinks and cnke were serv- speaker 1 ed. Vases of Autumn flowers were j Mrs. Karl wadcnpfuhl gave iwo; ! arranjed throughout the Walk a-; piano selections from Bach, and partment to form R colorful set- Mrs L. E. Baker read the presl- tlng for the affair. | dent's message. O. C, Coffmnn, Haytl. Mo. Walter Garrison, city. Thanksgiving holidays their parents Mr. and Mrs. with B. H. Holt nnd Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Stewart Sr. Grady G. Magee of Carlisle, will spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Scay and family. Mr. and Mrs. E- B. Oee will have ns tiirir yuesls tomorrow. Ma-, and Mrs. Solon Gee Sr., nnd Mr. and t University of Arkansas, Payctte- ville, and by Freeman Jcrnlgar and Sanford Tomllnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rice were In Memphis this afternoon to nicc« Miss Geraldlne Tripehorn of Tulsa, Okln.. who will spend the Thanksgiving holidays here as. their guest. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank- Wliitworth nnd Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman are spending the Thanksgiving holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Jim PIckren, in Lcwisburg, Kansas. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Hutson left today for Washington. D. C.. where they will be Joined by his parents, Ceil. 1 nnd Mrs. W. M. Hutson. and then go to Philadelphia, Pa., to attend the Army-Navy football game Saturday. Condition of Carlton Smith, who has'been a patient at the Memphis Baptist Hospital for several weeks, is much unproved. Gcrnld Blomeyer, a student at Mississippi Slate College, Stark- villc, Miss., will arrive tomorrow to spend the Thanksgiving holidays here uith his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Blonieycr- Mr. and Mrs.^Tom Hcalon will -spend tomorrow in Parngould with Mr. Heaton's mother, Mrs. F. J. Heaton. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smart and son, Murray Jr.. will go to Forrest City tonight to the football game between Blythevllle and Forrest City. Bill Williams, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Williams will .arrive tomorrow from the University of Arkansas, Fnyettevllle. so spend the holidays with-his parents. Mrs. Malcolm Lawrence and .sons, Malcolm Jr., and El let I, from Unl- Osceola Events Wednesday Sunday School Lesson—First Baptist Church, 7:00 p.m. Bible and Prayer Service—First Baptist Church, 7:30 p.m. Union ,Thursday Thanksgiving Services- Flrst Baptist Church, 9:00 a.m. Osccola Seminoles vs. Marked Tree—at Marked Tree, 2:00 p.m. Kiwanls Club—Elementary School. 7:00 p.m. Benefit Dance sponsored by Junior Chamber of .Commerce, Community House, 10:00 .p.m'. Services tor Deaf To Be Conducted Here The Rev. Francis G. Gyle, paste of Holy Cross Church for thj Dea In St. Louis, Mo., will conduct th, two Thanksgiving services at Firs Lutheran Church tomorrow. The first service will be n spccin service for the deaf of Blythevillc and vicinity, beginning at 10 a.m. The second service will b« the regular worship service at 11 a.m. The public Is Invited to attend both services, it was_announccd by the Rev. Robert Jae*ger, pastor. No passes honored on buua.»y at Cuntmuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Nleht Except Continuous Shows Every i)ay Box Office'Opens 1:45 Snow- Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN S:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:3(1 p.m.' the Roxy ANNOUNCEMENT The piano and organ recital that was to be held Priday afternoon by the Woman's dub has been postponed until a later date,- it was announced today by Mrs. E, F. Blomeyer. president. Chlckasawba Lodge 134 ,F and A M will meet In regular communication at the Hall Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock, by order of'Max Parks, W. M. Thanksgiving will he observed tomorrow when Christian Science Services are held at the Woman's Clubhouse, 1416 W. Main St. Osceo/o Rotations Hear Rabbi from Blytheville OSCBOLA, Ark., Nov. 26—Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel in versity of will spend with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wylle and Arkansas. Fayettevllle, Thanksgiving holidays Mrs. Clarence Crouch of Parma, family. Mo., Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Vlnynrd [ Dick and John Bruce Wilson, stu- of Cape Glradenu, Mo.. Mr. nnd, dents nt Northwest Junior College, Mrs. Solon T, Gee Jr.. of Columbia. ' Senntobia, Miss., will spend the Mo., and Mr. and Mrs- Jack Gee of : ThanksKiving holidays here with Lebanon, III.' < [their mother. Mrs. B. B. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bc-ihcarsc, I Bob Lancashire, a student at nnd family, nnd Mis. Fred Snn- | Westminister College. Fulton, Mo., defur of Norman, Okla., will attend I will spend the Thanksgiving holl- Union Service Planned In Osceola Tomorrow Osceola, Nov. 26. ... Union Thanksgiving services will ,be held In Osceola at Ihe First Baptist Church from,8 to^lO a'rri. tomorrow. ; The Rev. Herchallef. Cou'chmari, pastor of First Methodist: Church, will be the speaker and special music will be furnished by the combined choirs of all the churches' Tuesday and Wednesday Alexander's Ragtime Band with Tyrone Power anil Alice Faye Also Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Day Thursday and Friday DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, an Improved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower plates, holds false teeth more firmly In place. Do not slide, slip nor rock. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. FALSTEETH Is alkaline (non-acid). Does not sour. Checks "plate color' 1 (denture breath). Get. FASTEETH. at any drug store. the football • game in Forrest City tonight and then will go to Helena to spend several days with Mr. and- Mrs. Raymond Holder and family: .Mr. and 'Mrs. William M. Banister are spending the Thanksgiving holidays In Osceola wilh Mr. Ban- sier's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred days with his parents, Mr. and Mra. E. R. aLncnshlre. Miss Betty Jeannlne Sclicrer, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cor;ie- llus Scherer, will arrive tomorrow from Southeast Mlssburl State Teachers College, Cap* Olrardeau, Just Received CHILLIES by Trim Foot Brown Elk Mo., to spend her parents. several days with spend Thanksgiving in Morgan City, Miss., as guests of Mr and Mrs. W. W. Neblet and family. Condition of Dianne Halsell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Halscll who has been 111 for the past vek, is improved. Mr. and Mrs. John Thorpe and son. John Jr., of Sommerville, Tenri... arrived today to spend! Thanksgiving with Mr. • and Mrs. Wagner Adams and Miss Mamie L. Adams. 'Mr. and Mrs. C. L- Clark and son. Harry, of -Atlanta. Ga., have arrived to spend the holidays witli his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Neblet and ( Clarlc, and sisters, Mrs. J. B. Free- Mr, and Mrs. H. Q. Partlow and] man and family and Mrs. Virgil children, Pat and Graham, will Foley and family. • Santo Says: S hopping Only j^ | Days until Christmas -• Credit is Free at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES It lakes only 3 Minutes to Open a Chharjc Account Paramount News, AIsu ShorU. Continuous Showing Everyday Paramuunt News and snorU Continuous Showini; 1:15 p.m.-ll:00 p.m. Bos Office Opens 6:30; (, Show Starts 6:45 ' Leather Soles 8V4 to 12 12V, lo 3 A-B-C-D AA-A-B-C , 5.75 6.25 Floyd A. White A Sons SHOES ' 1U W. Main White Elk — Several other patterns in Genuine Buck and Kid Leather $7.95 The CLINIC SHOE Floyd A. White « Sons SHOES 113 W. Main The new compacts by ELGIN AMERICAN, have the nude to-ordcr look you cherish in apparel. They're distinguished by a definite personality in design, by precision craftsmanship, and a jewelry finish thaV «ts them worlds apart. The perfect gift! C»MF»CTI IT Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE The Trap with Sidney Toler Ghost Goes Wild 1th James Ellison and Ann Gwynn .Thursday & Friday News ami Short There Will Be o' MATINEE at th« Roxy Thanksgiving Day Show SlarU *L 2:00 o'clock Continuous Showing Pat O'Bryant JEWELER at Second Phone Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark, ' Saturday and Sunday Last Frontier Uprising ^ with Monte Hale and Short Cont'd Shows Sal. U:30 to 11:3» Conl. Showln? Sunday I:3D-tl:N Admission Adults 25f, Tai Intl.

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