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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 29, 1947
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2!), 1947 BLYtHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS I'hone •1IC1 made bridesmaids. Tapers will be lighted 1 ,.»• " C i • , ' -"" — -" -" | MJSS Shirley Barham Miss Shirley Barham Miss Barham Announces Plans For Wedding To Rouse Harp Heralding a wedding of wide interest here are the plans UMwn today by Miss Shirley Barham for her marriage to Rouse The wedding will be solemnized Sunday. Dec 14 at the First Christian Church at 2 p. m. The Rev. R, Scott Bair'd, pastor, will officiate at the double ring ceremony. Miss Barham has chosen for her maid of honor, Miss Ruby Gatteniielr of clean. Mo. Miss^GaUcrmcfr was a roommate of Miss Barham's last year at William Wood College, Fulton, Mo. Miss Iva Louise Seay and Miss*— : Sara Grace Joyner, former class- : mates of Miss uaMiam's win be Parly'Compliments — - --Is. Tapers will be tishteri i . .. ^__ v -_«"'l j ^i"ciiis by Miss Betty Layson. J. Mell Brooks Jr., will serve Mr. Harp as best man and ushers will be James C Guard, E. M. Terry and Gilbert Hammock Jr. A program of nuptial music will be presented by Miss. Jane McAd- anis, vocalist and L. T. Moore Jr., organist. A reception will Ue held Immediately following the cerehiony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Barham. grandparents of th e bride- elect. Mrs. Gilbert Hammock Jr Mrs. C. A. Tant and Nita Rose Hall will serve, and Mrs. W. D- Cobb will have charge of (he guest book. During the reception, Miss Ann Dcen will present a musical program. The bride-elect and her fiance have been honored with numerous parties before their marriage, and many more are planned for them In the two weeks preceding the ceremony. Miss Ann Dcen and her mother, Mrs. George Smith will entertain with a party Monday night compli- ant! Mrs- menting Miss Barham. Mrs. Rupert Crafton Albert Taylor will honor Miss Ba7- ham and Mr. Haip with a buffet supper Tuesday night, and Wednes- d«y morning Mrs. Russell Campbell and Mrs. B. F. Klger will entertain in her honor. The night of Dec. 2, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Guard will compliment the young -couple with a dinner party. MLss Iva Seay and Miss . Sara Joyner will compliment Miss Barham with a party at the Seay home on Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs. C A. Tant. was the host and hostess at the rehearsal dinner Saturday night, Dec. 13. Miss Washburn Is Wed To Joseph Trianfonte Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Mansfield Washburn of Little Kock, formtr.'y of Blytheville, today announce the marriage of thoir daughter, Miss Martha Langston Washburn to Joseph Paul Trianfonte, son of Mrs. Louise Trianfonte. of. New York City. The wedding took place Thursday evening, Nov. 20, in 'New York. The bride wore a two piece royal blue silk suit \vjth a matching feather hat and she pinned a corsage of yellow roses at her shoulder. Mrs. Trianfonte was graduated from the Little Rock High School and attended the University of Arkansas where she was a member oi Delta Delta Delta Sorority. She graduated from the Bellevue Hospital School of Nursing in New York City last spring, and at present is Mr. and Mrs. Elton Kirby returned yesterday from St. .Louis wliern they had been since Sunday, visiting with Mrs. Klrby's brother, F, E. Moore, and Mrs. Moore. Freddy Rogers of Batcsvn'.c, formerly of here, has been visiting with Larry Hearn and hts parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Hearn for several "° *"' '*"" h °" le ""' *'' arham was guest teniooji. hi when. Mrs. Gus Mrs. Milton Cooper or Tuscaloosa Ala., is visiting Mr. ajirl Mrs. C. A! Klnnhighain and Mr. and Mrs. Rny S. Johnston. George Lamb who has Dcen employed In Portland, Ore., has returned here where he will maku his home with his aunt Mrs, John Eberdl, Mrs. W."D. Cobii and Miss Ethel Eberdt entertained with a party at the Eberdt home. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with attractive arrangements of orchid and yellow chrysanthemums. The lace covered dining table wns centered with a low crystal bowl filled with chrysanthemums, flanked with tapers burning in crystal holders. In the games played Miss Ruth Seay won hlRh and Mrs. Gilbert Hammock Jr., won bunco. Miss Barham wore a blue Jersey wool dress and a corsage of white camellias and pink carnations, a gift of the hostesses. She "was also presented iron by, the hostesses. Posler. nnd attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klrby spcnl Thanksgiving Day In Paragould, mother, Mrs. Refreshments of a dessert course | and coffee were served. Buffet Supper Honors Out-of-Tovvn Guest Miss Geraldine Triplchorn of Tulsa, Okla., houscguest of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rich nnd their son, Allen Rice, was complimented last night with a buffet supper at the Rice home on Chickasawba Avenue. The dining table, covered with n handloomcd Mexican cloth, held a centerpiece in a Thanksgiving motif. Guests Included friends of Allen, who is home for the holidays with Mrs. "Klrby's J. E. Wilboutu. Prank Nicholson, who Is a student at the University of Arkansas, is spending the Thanksgiving holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Cassldy of Oatron. Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Tom | Kalstead. Miss Lon Jo Hargctt and 1 Hunter Kimbro spent Thanksgiving from the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Miss Triplchorn will return tomorrow to her home in Tulsa. • • • Airs. Stiles is Hostess I To Demonstration Club The Yarbro Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of, Mrs. Lee Stiles for their Thanksgiving meeting with n members present. A talk on "Thanksgiving Day" was given by Mrs. Paul D. Abott and the devotional was taken from Psalms 117. Other talks on "Thanksgiving," were given by Mrs. James Bunting and Mrs. B. A. Bugg. During the short business meeting officers were elected for the coming year. They were, Mrs. Spencer Bunch, president; Mrs. Walter Barnes, vice-president; Mrs. Ernest French, secretary and Mrs. Elza Wheeler, treasurer. In the contests'played Mrs. Spencer Bunch and Mrs. Walter Barnes a member of the staff of the White I were awarded prizes. Plains Hospital in White Plains, N. Y. Mr. Trlanfonte attended school in New York City and later served overseas with the Army. Since he received his discharge he has been counselor and athletic director of the Milbank Home for Convalescent Boys at Valhalla, N. Y. The couple will make their home in Valhalla. Yarbvo Club Entertains With Pot Luck Supper The Woman's Club was the setting last night when the Yarbro Home Demonstration entertained with a pot luck supper for their families at 7:30 p.m. S Arrangements of Pall flowers decorated the club house for the occasion. Various games were played throughout the evening. Mrs. Scherer Is-Hostess To C. B. C. Club Members Mrs. Cornelius Scherer was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of the C. B. C. Club at her home. In the rook games- played Mrs. I'aul Byrum won high. Mrs. Alvin Hardy second high and Mrs. Lcn- dennie Fowler, rooko. Entertaining rooms of the home were arranged with bouquets of mixed Fall flowers. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course with iced drinks. 18 Shopping Days until Christmas v Credit is Free at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES It takes only 3 Minnies tn Open a Chharsr Account The hostess served refreshments. First of Community Concert Series to Be Given on December 4 The first of a series of four programs to be presented this Fall ana Winter by the Jonesboro Community Concert Association will be given Dec. 4 by a (rlo in Wilson Hall at Arkansas Stale Teachers College. in Memphis. Rosco Crafton, R student at the University of ArkaiisKj. Ffeyettevllle, Is spending the holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hosco Crafton and his sister. Ramona Thomas Bell, who Is p. student at Southwestern University, Me'm- phls, will spend the weekend here with hk parents, Mr. and Mrs T. A. Bell. Mr. and Mrs, Jnmes Hill Jr., have moved from their home at 1103 Hcnrn St. to 1025 Ash'Street, the home formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyers and daughter, Jo Ann who have moved to Memphis. Mrs. Abe Kinningham and son. Charles, ure spending several days In Booneville, Miss. Mrs. Jack Waasdorp and baby, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. p. Wilson and family, returned by plane to her home In Olendale. Calif., yesterday. She hai spent the past month here because of the serious illness of her father. W. F. McDanlcl. who was dismissed from the Blythcvllle Hospital yesterday after undergoing treatment for several days. His condition is satisfactory. Miss Shirley Bnrbajji !•; spending the day In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Harbor and daughter, Betty, have as their guest over the holidays, their son and brother Edsel Harber, who is a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayettevillc. Jim Smart, a student at the University of Arkansas, is spending the holidays here with his sister, Mrs. J. Meil , Brooks, Mr. Brooks and family, and his brother, Don Smart. Miss Laura Swain, who Is a student nt Washington University. St. Louis, Mo., and her houscguest, Miss Louise Strasino of New Yorlc City, who is also a student at the University, will be motored back to St. Ixmis tomorrow by Miss Swain's mother, Mrs. L. rt. Matthews. Miss Marilyn Deen is spending the Thanksgiving holidays here with her mother. Mrs. George Smith and her sisters. She is a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayctteville. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes have as their guests over the holidays. Coming Events Social Calendar Sunday Miss Pimdorl.i Whllworlh will become the bride of Jack Owen In * ceremony at Klrst Methodist churcii ftt 4 p.m. Monday Miss Ila Rogers—O. E. O. Club. Women's socle! v of Christian Service of First Methodist chinch meeting at Ihe church at. 2:30 p.m. (or election of officer.?, Women's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church meeting »t th« church at S:3Q p.m. Business Women's Circle No. 3 will meet at the home of Mrs. W. J. Rorigcrs, 1813 Lilly, at 7:30 p.m. Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church meeting at the home of Mrs. Russell Baugh »t 7:30 Wcsleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church having Christmni supper meeting nt 8:30 p.m. Miss Ami Deon nnd Mrs. Qeorgs Smith entertaining with party complimenting Miss Shirley Barnaul, bride-elect of Rouse Harp. Executive Board of Ihe Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church meeting at the church «( 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Business Women's Circle No. 7 of First Baptist Church meeting with Dr. Edna Nips at 7:30 p.m. La Nueve Club—Mrs. Mclvin 11m- scll. Tuesday Bridge Club—Mrs. L. E. Old. Th-Towu Club—Mrs. James L. Brook-i. Club Eieht—Mrs. G. O. Poctz. Mrs, Rtiiwrl Crafton and Mrs. Albert Taylor honoring Miss Shirley Barham, bride-elect, and her fiance, Rouse Harp, with a bur- Jolly Eight Club — Mrs. Richard Wednesday Wednesday Bridge Clnb—Mrs.-W. J. Pollard. Town and Country—Mrs. R. C. Rose. Octette Club—Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs. B. F. Klger and Mrs. Russell Campbell entertaining with morn- Ing party honoring Miss Shirley Barham, bride-elect, Thursday Jayceettes meeting at the Club ROOEU at 8 p.m. Mld-Wcelc Club — Mrs. B. A. Lynch Thursday Luncheon Club—Mrs. J. A. Leech. G. N. n. Club—Mrs. John Tyrone. Jolly Eight Club—Mrs. Richard Prichard. Thursday Contract Club—Mrs. G. G. Caudill. ' Thursday Night Bridge Club- Mrs. Farrls McCalln. v „ Friday C. B. C. Club — Mrs. Alvln Hardy Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at 2:30 p.m. it the home of Mrs. Gene Atkinson with Mrs. p. E. Utley as hostess. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday Lions Club—12:15 p.m. J American Legion—8:00 p.m. I American- Legion Auxiliary—8:00 Wednesday Klwanls Club—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. the: siitlni; Jonesboro officials of association with the series. The other programs will be presented on Jan. 14. March 24 B ml April 1. Manila News Mrs. W. R. Brown and Mrs. Erma Stallion are spending the weekend In Columbia. Ohio. K. S. Bunch is recuperating from a serious Illness at his home after spending several days at Rodman's Clinic at Leachville. Mrs. Ortha Flceman is spending the week in Blythcvllle as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Harold Hamilton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grant left this week for Hanford, Wash., where they will make their home. W. R. Brown left this week for Columbus. Ohio for a visit with will return to school tomorrow ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bond and son. Douglas, of Vicksburg. Miss., arrived yesterday to spend the weekend with Drs. Carl and Edna Nles. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Eich had as their guests ThanksgiiVg, their niece. Miss Marjoric Gustafso.i. who is a student nt the University of Mississippi. Oxlord. and their daughter, Mrs. Gene C. Fellows and Mr. Fchows of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. A. Boonc Hall have a.s their guests for several days, Mrs. Hall's sister. Mrs. Joe Macon and her daughter, Mrs. Dill Decg an:l Mr. Dceg, all of Austin, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hickman of Hot Springs, are visiting their son, Lewis Hickman and Mrs. Hickman for several days. 'Miss Jo Anne Campbell, who is .-. student at Southwestern Univcr- 1 sily, Memphis, and .1 classmate, Miss Carolyn Wright Algec of Tip, tonvillc. Tenn., are spending the • weekend here with Miss Campbell's | parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Camp• Sell. Miss Mary Outlaw of Rector, Mr. and Mr.s. Bob Poolcy. Monte Grimes, who Is attending school in St. Louis. Mo., is spending a few days with his mother. Mrs. Ifatlie M. Grimes. Mayne Wallace and.Billy Joe Hut- ton. who are students at University I MISS Mary Outlaw of Rector of Arkansas FayettcwJIe. are spend- ', Art:., who fornicriv taught here in Ing the holidays here. Central School, is spending the Attention Woodmen! There Will Be an Important Meeting Tuesday Evening, Dsc. 2nd -Please Come- A R Cunningham At The Hospitals Blythtvtllc Hoipital Dismissed: Tommy Davis, city. Mrs. Otis Cole, city. Wall! Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Hubert Seymour and baby city. Will Dildlne; Hornersvilie, Nfo. Mrs. J. L. Dlxon, city. John Hickman, city. Mrs. J. W. Hall. me. I. city. Mrs. Edward Brewer and baby city. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III:, Nov. 29. (UPJ—<USDA) —Livestock: Hogs 500. Market 25c lower than weekend here with friends. Charles Henley spent the Thanksgiving holiday In Memphis with his parents. Miss Joyce Damon, who is a student at Southeast Missouri Stale College, Cape Glrardeau, Mo,, is spending the holidays here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Damon. She will return to school tomorrow. Eugene Autcn will return to Memphis tomorrow where he is a patient at Lamarr Hospital after spending the holidays here with Mrs. Auten and their two children and his mother. Mrs. Warren Jack- ton and family. < '•AGE Fashion's 'New Look' Goes to Sea !• line with the kew trend In favhioni, California-deslfueU b«ach wear »treuc<i Culler cov- rr>r« for the feminine form, do Id metallic ilrlpe* emphn- tlic In* fathered (rant of the taffeta atrnpleu swim suit, led. Picasso print tundresi, left below, roundj the hlpllne, swings a lull aklrt to mid-calf. Striking print make. (inter-Up coat and cummerbund for bbck slacks entemblt, right below. Marriage License* _ The following couple* obt*ia«4- marriage license! yesterday IB th* office of Mlxs Elizabeth Blrttw. county clerk' Carl Lewis Ivy of Armor*! *JM| Mlds Bessie Wallace Blahoo of My- iieville. Robert W Martin of ateelc, H*. and MM, M«e Dowdy of Rector: Macltle Ralph Jr., of BlytherUl* ind Miss Martha Juanlta Blfgi of footer, Mo. Charles Wells and Wise Mildred' Williams, both of LeachvUl*. Troy Douglas Wilkinson and M14 Loul.i« cole, both of BurdttU; Listen to Showers of Blessings Oxer KLCN Tomorrow Morning at 8:30 a.m. Sponsored bj' Church of The Naurene Newt Miss Blanche CJecre nnd MIss.Dol- ly Gosevvlck will nltoiid the Oose- Wlck-Dalrymple wedding today In Memphis. 1 Miijor and Mrs. W. K. Urumfllcd' of Little Rock are the guests of the Rev. and Mrs, Russell J. Clubl). They have recently returned from' Austria, where he has been attached to the m th Ifniintry for the past year. Those who ntlcnd the Dytss- Cumpbcll wedding In Memphis Thursday Incudcd. Mrs. a. F. tiry-- unt. Mrs. T. U. Hughes, Miss MLUB- ery Doyle, Mrs. J. W. Cnrtwrlghl Mrs. W. w. Prtlltt, Mr, and Mrs. Dick Priilu, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrold Ohlendorff, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Florida. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hook. Miss Aclele Hook and Miss Blanche Oleerc. The Rev. and Mrs. L. R. still had as their guests over the holidays, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. dobor and son, Macks', of Memphis and the Rev. and Mrs. Orbey Beard and son of East Prairie, Mo. . ( Mr. and Mrs. II. \v. Elkcr havu ns their guests, D. D. Fllnn, and Miss Ruth Etkcr of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wecms mid children of Jonesboro. John Boyd and William Gary Mitchell, who are students ut Louisiana State University, nnton Hougc, La., nre the guralji of their mother Mrs J. B. Mitchell. By PATT WATTS ' NEA staff Corrnirandenl LOS ANCIELES — (NBA) — The "new look" of fashion goes down to tlu> sea. California designers of bathing suits mid resort wear for the Immediate, whiter sea»oii and for th« summer that's a-coinlng stress fuller coverage for t*ie feminine form, Mortices continue to hug Iho figure, but (skirls «wlrl, and eo to great lengths to keep up with fashion. cruise and resort - wear skirls often slap the ankle. To achieve the little-ln-the- mltldle look, designer* add cummerbunds, insert slays, build up waistbands. Pull skirls and padded ahouldcrs — less padded, however — are- vised to give th« Illusion of slenderer waists. The metallic bathing suits which lit up the seaside last year will shlnp ngnln. Newest Idea of designer Rose. Marie Reid, who launched lust year's sensations, IK! a swlmsult of evening-dress taf- •feta alrlped with gold r>el«lllc yarn. Made with a strapless lop a fathered bustllue and a nioldcrt bodlc«, this null has an evening gown look, as far as It goes Bold prints make drnhuVV en sembl«5. which Callfmnla cioiilgn- «rs ttress for even fuller coverage this season. Block often teams with bgld prints to shnriJcti tholr Impaot on Ihe eye. Designer Joseph 7>ukm combiner plain black shantung slncta nnd blouse, for example, with a Ballncso print of black and white, which ho uses to make a winding cummerbund anr a coat of fingertip length with full cuffed sleeveti. A fabulous Picasso print h usc< by designer Tabnk to make a col- ton ami dreM which Is cnsem- bled with a bnck-butloned fencer's Jacket, The dress owes Us new rounded hlpllne look to shirring placed low around the waistline TlJe tiniest of halter straps on Ihl; dress leaves the wearer's shoul- defs and back almost uncovered when they turn to the sun! yesterday. Top. $26 on hogs. Pack- big sows, $25.25. Top on pigs, $21.75. Compared with clusc last week, hogs 180 Ibs. up 75c to $1 higher; lighter weights 50c to 75c higher; sows ISc to 41.25 higher; top hogs for the wcefc, $25.50 sparingly; bulk 180 Ibs. up $25.25-$2C,25; bulk sows, 124$25.50. Cattle: None; calves none. Compared with close Inst week; steers and heifers around 50c higher; cows reacted downward from Wednesday's high point to close little changed; bulls firm; vcalers S3 higher on choice; others steady to $3 higher. Tops for the week: Choice 1150 Ib. steers, $31.50; lop Rood and choice yearling steers. S31; good heifers, S27; one small lot choice mixed yeru-lings. S31; good tows, $20; good beef bulls. $18.50: good sausage bulls, SIB; choice venlcrs. S33. Bulks for the week: Oood and top good steers, $2C-«B.SCI: top good nm> choice steers. $30-531.50; medium. $20-$25; common nnd low medium, $n-$lO; common, $12-$14,50; Rood heifers and mixed yearlings. $24$27; medium. $n-$23; common, $14$10; Rood cows, S18.50-SI8.riO; common to medium -bref bulls, $13-50$10; canncrs nnd cutters, $lo-2r>- $13; good beef hulls, *I8-$I8.50; medium to good sausage bulls, $16-$I8; good and choice vralcrs, J25-{32; common and medium. SM-S24; medium to good heavy slaughter calves $17.50-520. The Kev. John W. Frye. Evangelist Tomorrow Morning Service 10:50 a. m. "The Hope of fhe World' livening Service 7:30 p. m, 'The Necessity of Commitment' Services Kvcry Nijjhl Next Week AT THE BEAUTIFUL FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 600 \V. Main St.. IJIylhcville The Ideal Xmas Gift * For Young * For Old * For Everyone THEATER TICKET BOOKS $2.50 To Attend Ritz, Gem and Roxy Theatres i On Sale ROXY THEATRE OFFICE 9:00 a.m. 'til 5:00 p.m. Nu v»Mn honored on Suadkj at Continuous Showi Sat, and But. Bargain NIcKt ETtry Nljhi Except Cuntinuoifo Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slurts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:00 a.m. I'iM p.m. 4iM •.*. (he Roxy : SjUurdmy Land of Lawless with Johnny IHack Browii Serial "The VUllantw" No. If and Short ' ^Continuous Showing Saturday 12:30-11:30 Sundny, Monday BLAZE ANNE BAXTER WIUIAM nOLOEH SOHNY MIS WILLIAM BENDIX STERLING HAYOEN FarHimmnt New.! rratnm w«Ubi( pictures at Kliiabtth and PhlUpI Also Short • • Parimnunt Nr»i and -Short Con I. Showing Sunday f:15-ll:M SUNDAY MENU $1.25 Consomme Onion Soup ' j ENTREES Baked Ham with .Raisin Sauce ............................ ?1.25 Dccf Ro;tst ................................................................ 1.26 Moat Loaf wilh Tomato Snucc .. .......................... 1.25 Fruit Jello Sslnd (Choice of Two Creamed Potatoes Asparagus Candied Sweet Yams English Peas Com (Choice of Dessert) Fresh Cocoanut Layer Cake Mince Meat Pie Cherry Pie Served with ouv own delicious hot rolls. We bake pies and cakes on order. SYCAMORE HOUSE Arkansas-Missouri State Lin* Paramount Net*] and anortc Contlnunn.* Showing' 1:15 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Bov Office opens 6:30; Show S(artf 6:11 Saturday Wild Country with Eddie Pfin Serial "G-Men .Never F.ri.f N». 1 See this Good Western— Cont. Shows Sat, II ».m.-ll:3« p.m. Sunday and Monday NCMS and Cartoon Cont. Showing Sunday l:3*-lt:t Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday and Last Frontier Uprising with Monte H*>t and Short Con I'd Shown Sat. H:» U 11:J» Cont. Showing Satxlay < l:3*-tl:« Admlsston Adults ttc. Tai bKL

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