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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 18, 1947
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PAGE FOUR .<*>•>•• . BLYTHEVILL15 (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Phone ,J.|G1 legioji Hut Is -fettihg For Large Holiday Dance . One of .ths Jargqf d»nces of the holiday seusoii_was~jjivffl v last night »t the Lrgloii Hut ,» v ri»n Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Terry; Mr. r and Mrs. L. if. Thompson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Le« Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard pi dim in and Mr. atid Mrs. L, C, posey Jr.. were hosts and hosl<i$scs to Twentieth Century Club members and a large number of gues'is. ; The Hut was elaborately decorated ,\vitli green and red streamV irs draped trom the chandeliers Id ,lte walls In both the reception 'room and the ballroom. A small lighted Christmas tree was placed jn the reception room which wii* decorated with mistletoe, evergreen and Nandina berrlc.s. -: hi thn Datlroom Hie fireplace jiiantel was decorated with mistletoe, N'antfina berries and evergreens covered . with MIOI». nnd a large •tn llv Pageant To Be Given By Young People Sunday A pageant, "The striking of America'* Hour," will b« presented Sunday night,. • December 21, 7:30 o'clock, at First Baptist Church by the young people of church and oilier churchu her*. Preceding the pageant, a quartette composed of Miss Frcnces Shouse, Miss Joyce Damon, Harry ,.,„„. ... Carter Farr and Corroll Evnns will ,.,| a ,,riJ sing "O Zlon HasLs," and the Rev. l Bits of News r<irn;-oulrl Hi ln.s .si'- Eastern Star Members Have'Christmas Party The Past Matrons «nd Past Patrow of the Order of the Eastern Star had tiiefr annual Christ inns party Monday night »t the Woman's Club. Hostesses were Mrs. Ed B. Cook. Mrs. »r>n Haley. Mrs-. Dale Horn, Mrs. Karl Unmoii, Mrs., , ,,,:,, ounui, W11( , ls ;1 All-in Hardy, Mrs. Ralph Hcirymim.) Mudi iu m Texas Ktiifc Collcire io'r mid Ml'». Jim Crafton. ' '•' Thp dlnlnii table, from wh'eli r covered dish .supper »•»» .served buffet style, wan drajx'cl with a ".liili '•loth and ]M/ss Aird is Visitor In Mississippi County Mirs Elle-n Aird, Educational Crm- fifltant In Nursing oi-v!ce for the American National ttcd Cross from thn Washington Office, Is in Mississippi County this week. She dime especially to' observe , THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1047 Clr-M-!..<> w. Hush of spent Tiwsdav hnj« « ter. Mrs, Cecil Shane. Kri Rei'.enold, n Mud<ml at Kt'iiMieky Military Institute. Lyndon, Kv , :<jj'U-et] In Memphis ;jy jjliilli! 'nicsdi'y ni;;lit ami wa.s met mid areoi.ipaiiicd hnmc by his liii/i/.fj 1 . MM. K. M. IcivrnoM. M: s Marv Ann Siniih, who is Lone Oak Club Meets t K. f . Davis Home Mrs, H. K. was hostess to oserve pal of c-. In,, home nursing classes now foclr.g i and ,,i f UH V ;lit hy Mi*. Morenec Ellis o? n,^ SI. Louis, MO., at DM and Leach- ' a were. Iso presented viii<-"f<,r" r tr,r;"'ivmt«:" a ; 1 vr'ti,7'"on ( ; i wl(h n « if( - at clear Lake for theNegroes . K »t"-»""'>>R Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday The : Pathfinders class of First «lel hodist Church will lave a n-iinf"""!"^ "•"•"'""" u " ! secret ,'"' lsllll "s Party Thursday nlghl at a'nrt m " loml)ci ' Wils m;l<!<1 kimva , ltlc ' ( - > ti'J''cli at 7: :!0 o'clock. The Blues , . " • "' • "'i i> <ii> IIUrtH.'.SS (1) the Lone Oak tlomc Demonstration Club with n Christmas party Monday afternoon .it her home. Diii-liiB the afternoon (lie i secret . Ml ... | will entertain the Reds , . E. C. Brown will f lv« a Ulk on "Our Hour." Randall Hawks, will portray the Spirit of Brotherhood, Stanley Hood will be Die Herald, Miss June Bu- clianan will portray, Justice, Miss Katherlne Wcstbrook will be Liberty snowman wax p]acod iu tile of ihe dance lloor. The refreshment tublc horn which Hmdwiches, par- i""" 1 ty foods and iced drinks were scrv- ' rd, \\a.s centered with a low bowl 'Still Jilted with Nandina berries flanked ' by gropn tapers nurnlng in china candelabra and garlanded with show covered greenery. Music: was furnished by (lie Blythevilte Rylhm Kings. i Guc.sts other than the members puc.scnt for the affair included, Mr. and Ml!» Billy Jane Rogers will play the part of America. Trnmpet- ccrs will be Larry Hearn and Charles , School Class Has Turkey Dinner At Chruch The Seekers Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church met at the church last night for n Turkey dinner and Christmas par- ly.. nnd Mrs. A. R, WctenkanYp.'. Mr! Dinner was served .1 » long table nnd Mrs. Jnmcs Nelson Parks. Mr. I ? c ^'' atec L w 'i h n *,' 1dln l ^ ?' Mid Mrs. Allen Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. "^ , alui «? . canrt ! es b " r »'"K "' •.'.-.. crystal candelabra dovrn the ccn- uln» berries flanked' by red green tapers burning In oryslnl cancllcbra. The fireplace rmurtle was centered with a replica of Ihe din- Ing table centerpiece. During the evening, exiles were played under Ihe direction of Mrs. W. D. Gobi) mid Mrs. Charles Al- forrl and gifls V«TO cxchitiigprl from * brlgnlly ll|;htt'd Christmas trci' Hcsides the Christniiis tree, uih- cr decorations were- used in the entertaining room to furry out liie Yuletlcle motif. Demon, 'j'c-x., '.nl! urril.. bom, tomorrow (u sjii'nd ihe Clni -iii,is iiolui.-iys here M'tli her ir:u. h.-j, .Mrs. Ann Kmnli mill bio- M'.-. 1- ,). Human of Kimxviltc, Twin., iirrivi'tt today lor an ixtend- <><! v;sil heiif uith dor sun, !>;,,,1 )[u- man, Mrs. Huinitn nnd ri:ui'.!litPr. M;>i:'yn .Sue, \vlin ,' U el h n in Meni- phi .. M:-'. Hetty Phillips r. tinned yes- |"|[|;L.V alte:- sjicndhMl I wo clays Jll MiM-.phi-;. While (here ::l,n iitir-nil- I'ri a (iiiniiT danec iii,,.,, Tur>d-iv fidelis Class Has Annual Christmas Party LUXORA, Ark,, Dee, 18. — The. Fidelis Class of tlie First Baptist Church had Us annual Christmas dinner party i-viday night in the i ni'-nainiii" room of the church. Other limn ihe 25 members present '.vcre Mrs. Mixine Crawford ol Anchorage. Air-ska, and the flev. A. U. i Hill .'nci Mrs, Hill. CinidlchBht Irani Christmas candles spread a sort Kloiv over the dining table v.'lnch wns t-enterod with Santii Clans music box. .Sprays "I reel berried holly were iirranr/od down Hie center between ihe candles lo carry out (lie Yule- Hie .sc r no ins of ie home were dccoratrrl wllh hotly and other decorations lo carry out the Christmas motif. Refreshments of a dessert conr<e with coffee were, pcrral. each B..C.M I MW-WVok Club n,eetl,,« with Mrs. >M. o. Usrcy. the! .lolly E( B i,t club will meet at Hie lunne of Mr.,, j. o Hucy Octetto Club will m j pt at lhe I' of Mr.s. J. C. Kills, Sr. At Tlie Hospitals Klytllcvillc lliispital Dismissed: Kenneth Wayne Hrrnvn man. Mrs. William I.alnberl. kity Walls Hnsiiltal ru ut. fjl. v n( Mrs. Ernest M,,r r i s !<11( | lm 1, city. Mrs. J. L. smil), m ,,i ), ;i i iv , si , vj ,, Mo. Mrs. John Hurnett and baby, elf Miss Ann Powell, Hie. •_>, c i\y. •Die Phobeun Sunday School class "f the First Baptist Church will .,711 i ,"" ' J '""' ch for * cl »'lslma.-i parly nl 7 o'clock. f.'riiSay Chapter N. of P, E. O. Sisterhood ,, „ I Mi'? al 2 pm ' at the noi "e »' Huff- Mrs. Eltnn Kirby. Satnrdav fa Ntiovc Club will have a Christmas parly and luncheon at (he Ho- tr-1 Noble, with Mrs. N. G. JcrSmca, Osceo/o f vents Thurtdiy Kiwanis Club eiUcrtalnlnfj with Ladles Night 1 p.m. at First Methodist Church. Friday Christmas Party (or High School and Elementary School, 1:50 p.m. Meeting Chickasawba lodge 134 will meet tonight at the liall at 7:30 p.m. for Special Communication. Work in the R C. degree. By order of Worshipful Master, Max Parks. ^K & Most of tire world's export rice 1s grown by Siam, Burma, and French Indo-China. Christmas Parly Giycn At Harlxog Residence Mrs. L. and i\frs. G. W. Dillahunty, A! A. FredrlcK- son, Miss Joyce Walls, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard GooclvMr. and Mrs. John Osborne, -\fr. and .\frs. Clarence S. AS'cbb, Todd Hairison, Hodgson Modingcr and Mr. and Mrs. Utho •Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johiuwn. ter. Potted potnsettla's wllh green cry were placed In the windows and „ „.„.,.., .,. „. . vl . ,,, lllv . VI15 on the piano. The individual place > Leon JUcOnijly nnd Airs. Earl Wil- cards were miniature Santa Claus. | Hams were present. Games were played under the ' direction of Miss Mamie L. Adams Biiel Mrs. J. F. McCalla. Roy Halsell, I cn by Miss Rulh^Seay. Miss Wanda Bolllngcr, John Stet- I La \ cl - in ihc evctl i,, K gi{ts r.nd the group sang Ohrlslmas ca- [tapers InirniiiR In crystal candle- rols. A Christmas rearilnif was giv- | bra was used on the dinini' ui!)]c i ., i ...... . ... .? . ' _ Mi>. -N. M. M t ...,iv. Mr:-. A. C,. fninli'V ami Mr.-i, ,\ n ,; f ."nl'lja r,,.|.|it Til' 'Hay In Mein!>!ils. Mi'-s Jnli:i Ann W<ir>d;:'in wlm Is a Miidcill ill. HiiiKlnlph MiiL-on Ciil- K-'' 1 . I/, lu'libuj-;:, Vii- iniiMit lujinf- yo.-Mriay to .spen t | •,],,, Christmas llnlula^ 1 ?: here ;si:h her parents, Mv and Mr.-, f:. n. Wwidson. Miss V.'uPiiM-iij lif-.,',- ir,'j,fi [.',-nf'nbui 1 ': tr> Presbyterian Mi niphis, iimj was met there Tne.s- n Christmas purly l ^'v nicht by her parents. the HarlTOi; home Mr. aiul Mr.s. V.'ilir.'ni T. Hle- Ill'llle tOM!OlTO\Y to three Biir-sts, Mrs. C. M. Ciray, Mrs' pi'.rents, Mr. anii'Mr.s. 'fjrvnnt Vte- '•''"'' nil''. Mr. nnd Mrs. «. II Molt. Mr K'.i'-Mirt. Is a student, at Ar- .lniii"'boro. '' will arih-i. 1 S. Hart^oir was hostess Jess llorller. cn-hosics,':, when they tntertnined the JJeia Oil Class of the Church wllh last night at on East Kentucky. Other than the in members. Ciitillii.n club will have a dance Silllirifciy nlKht Dec. 20, at 9 o'clock at Die Hut. Host-s and hostesses wll' be Mr. and Mrs. Max Lo K an, Mr' ana Mrs. Ben Henderson a«d Mr and Mrs. Thad Nicol. Civic Calendar ! NVediiesdity 'I'l'i: Central (irarie .Si ho..l ;.i J: (h ' c ' irl s «iut Troop, 8 p.m. crude glee (; iuh nri^eu^vi ;1 uuixi- i Tlinrsilav cnl liiosrain. -iiie Ktory or Our 1 Kutary Club, 12:l5'pm neinouracy." a t tiie wee'klv meet- ins nf the Kiwunis Club vesterdav . ... ,,.,.,. . noon in the Hotel NOI,!,* ' I, .S.:..Horrt was hostess at a din- j The glee club was untie!- the : Louis Isiacs" alfof'm'ythcvil'lV and r.ei m her home Tuesday night for dn-eciion o; Mrs. R. A. Berivman "• • —••--- e ljmcull<? - anrt Altci Ihe (xchanuo of sifts each I Centrnl i'iver rcvi-alid her identity. Mrs. C. _ •*•"• — - -, wrci.-j, iraeher of the iiiuss. was "resent Khtanls Program Club Is Entertained By Mrs. T. L. Stanford I.'.'XOHA. Ark., Dec. 18 -Mrs. T. . Mi.-s Winnie Virgil Turner and A centerpiece of atlraeilvelv ar-; kaiisas Sprite co!l<-'•(>, raiiBcd poln.scttias flanked by white : Cndel. David Mim -'poll • — ..... *"•• - l!olj ert h!l(1 I draped with a luce cloth, 'ments were served buffet .,..--, — , -, ....... ..—... , n ; lu | JL , e n placed under lhe lighted The home. Haney, J. E. Harrison, Miss June j Christmas tree were exchaiiECd by greenery ntlrt style. - ' " ' ~f,~~ if , ' ' x>m i.l L in» J ill. c « t:i tr t:/\i;iiuiJ t 5 " 1 -' ".> B 1 *.!--( iv i j HUH K UI'lUElll ;Castlio, llube Carson, Miss June ; ,),,, gucsL ,. The gl(U wcre R) , loys ; Christmas tree to carrv Gosnell, Mike Olveefe, Miss Eugenia vh | ch n . m b(! turned over to the j holiday theme, rawloto, Jack Hale. Mr. and Mrs. :„»,,„,,,„, is lo ^ g ivcn for >lnd(!1 ._ ! ' A ,,| a u ., ls p,.,,.^,,,,,;, briRhlly llghlod : 1)a , ly ,, ml is JiXieph W. AlcHancy. Mr. and Mrs. .privileged clillitren Friday alter-' member and guest present .te- J-recman, Jack- Rollings, Miss noem , t l!le Jj( . glon Hul -,..'. Oldens La Rue, Mr. and Mr.s. Roy MiM Adams> Henry A ,. nej . all( , T. j r> • 1 1 I r • ^icaclmaii. j Bili | oy R n were presented gilU ! Dl'lClge LllllChROIl IjlVf'n ...Mr. and Mr.s. Henry Dodd, Afr. i by the clais. ! R\; iVIi- W f U7 1 I' .nnd Mre. Hal Dietrick. Mr. ancl i ... 1J > IH1S. \\ . J. WunuCni S Bet-lv T !iaek. vrrlvt't! 1'r.nif out the. yi'-;mtnv to speiKl fie holid «•.; ' l!<-ie '.vilh her panvits. Mr. and Mr- eatll | !•'- K. lilac!;. ,Mi-i;, Hlac!; i : - ;1 ..tlr.leiU jilt Randolph Macon ro^le-'e. Lyi'ih- by lu-r mutiier \vhit ai jMrs. Joe. r. Pride, Jr., J. T. Suribury, ,. . n r Mr. and Mis. Ben Henderson, Mr. Mrs. KOSC LntertaiMS Club Members, Guests rs. Joe. r. Pride, Jr., J. T. Surtbuiy, r. and Mis. Ben Henderson, Mr. .and Mrs. J. C. Walsh. Mr. and Mrs.. -Maiconi Hyde. Mr. and Mrs. San- 'ford Bhelton, Mr. and Mrs. James Vest, Miss Lonn(e Hargctt, Hunter .'Ki'.ribro, Mr. and Mrs. R. \V. Becker find Mr. nnd Mrs, Jesse Davis. Demonstration Club Has Turkey Dinner At School ' The Armorel Home Demonstration Club met- Tuesday night at •.Armorel School for a turkey dln- ;Jier. Guests for the affair were htis- .'bands of the club Inembcrsi A During the social hour under Ihe •direction of Mrs. w. L. Smith an3 .^Irs. Dyer Garner, Miss Peggy Vin- 'sbn gave several piano selections. 1? When several contests were con- 'diictcd prizes were won by Eric AVaddeil. R. \y. Nichols and Mrs. :-Rtx Hughes. " .,; Oifis were exchanged by the Metzger, WHS presented with a gift ; by th«. club members. The entertaining rooms were ;gai'iy decorated with red berries and greenery In keeping with the Yule• tide motif. * • * Christmas Dinner Given ]A( Dr. Nies Residence lie Mrs. Unbelt Norbiiry of. Lltll<- Rock, houscgticst of Mrs, Bnkcr Wilson, was guest ycstcfiU-.y afternoon when Mrs. w. J. Wunderllrti Mrs. R. C. Hose of Roscland was entertained Wednesday Bridge club hostess yesterday at her home to members with a luncheon at her — - -- | home on Hearn Street. I During - the afternoon brlrtjre : games, Mrs. w. if. Minyard won high nnd Mr.s Marry. Kirtjy won iit Town and Country Club members and two guests. Mrs. Frank B. Levy ol Houston, Texas and Mrs. Roland Green. In the bridge games played, Mrs. ! second. Cornelius Modlnger won high and Mrs. Cleo Langston, second. The entertaining rooms ol the home were attractively decorated to carry out the Yuletide theme. Refreshments were served by the hostess. • r . I The dining room (:ible which the luncheon was served. was centered with holly and other Christmas flowers. ; Other entertaining rooms were. decorated with flowers -and dccor- Jii-.i N'.incy Pat'tlow, stuii, Te.sus Hlate Collide for Wdmi'ii. [''•nton. 'Texas, will arrr,« 'nine lomurrcnv to ' sjjcnri (ire hi ' ;v.s with her ixrrem.s, Mr. and M : >. H. U. 1'ai'tlinv and fnm!!-. Olive Ale.vantii'r has been 111 for t-h,. past, two weeks at her home on Kurili lijoad'.vay. Mrs. Pleas Sfi-oy of Litlle Roik Will lUTlVO I-i-;,':u- to M!, -Ml till. Chrlstmiis holiiiavs wi'h 1,,-r dsiliinter, Mrs. r yini !:-.i ',: ; s. Mi-. '"'mlsH'O^wiil't^i'Tier f Miss Jo A:in fir,' of Mr. ami MM. j<,r airivc h nne Friclav 3 . T. A. Meets At Economics Collage The Uell Parent-Teacher Association met ye.stertlny afternoon at the Dell Scliool Koine Economics "World Understanding" was tlie subject ol the program. The devotional WHS given by Miss Ruth Wood, ' '• aliens in keeping with tidc motif. I W. S. C. S. Members "/ Entertain At Party The Woman* SoeleLv or Ciifis- lian Serviri' of Half ^iool[ Methodist Church had their annual Christmas party Tuesday ulBiit at- the- home of Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Mitchell with 22 pi use-ill. Guests other than the husbands ol the members, were the n?v. K. i. ,Mi 'H -1 in: ::-. daughter; ville. .Siia?i from (if tlie Lnxorii Boo}; Oui) al iheir amuiiil Christmas parly. Mi.s. Ili'iry Ktnnford was ntso H i'.lle t. At intervals down lhe center I o! tiie (iaiiMJk covercti <linin^ table were 'Kchtcrit red caudles in holly i v.reath hol<!ers. The roll call aiLsv.rreri li.v each member telling ; of some Christmas i:i(t that ind cause'i embarrasscnicnt or was particularly- UiK.s which wcre under a brisht- I !y liiiHlcd Christmas Iree. were • uisiriljuUd by the president, Mi.s. j 'lorn Callis. After each member had j trii'tt HI j'.ness ilic aiver of her gift, the re.ii ,;ivor wa.s identified. r.i::-fv.Hr;(.s carols' wxu-e -sung af- !••-• the ;:ilt.-; were distributed. ! rdi-i... and daughter. They are ex- j l>:-,-[cil home tile first, of' January. M"-'•• Mae Beth R O ;;r-r.s will n'r-' rive Friday from Texas State Col- vticre. stir Is a student, to spend l!it- holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rogers of Clear Lake. Frank Nicholson, a .student, at the University of Arkansas. Fnycttc- • ville. has arrived to spend thr ' Chri.stmas holidays here with ills parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Nich- ol.son. Mrs. 13. B. Goodman spent yesterday in Memphis. The Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Knos for to State Coll Tex., wh; swntt the mis ami Mr. dim MI-.. J. u. s, m jt], u .j|l if live Friday for n jehinolltl. Va where they will .-nr-ni! the 'Christmas hnliiby:. with 'heir danshter, Mis. Maiii-iee \'.' ( -j-i(! ;; e. ^,- \Vi-st- ^, ..,^i\^i. n,i, ^'•"Vuf Tuckermaii, Ark., and the Rtv Irs. S. B. Wiliford of Bate;;. Ark., were the guests yesterday of Mr.s. George Pyles. The Rev. Mr. \ViHford is former pastor of will Teiins Demon, pi,- s t Methodist Churcn here. mother. Mrs. Bly- Dr. Edna Nics was hostess Tues- ''day night at her home on West •Main street to members of the Business Woman's Clrclr of the. .:First. Baptist Church and one guest. .Mrs. w. 'Marion Williams .with a dinner party. -,- Christinas carols were sung under the direction of-.Miss Minnie Foster and the, s tor}- or the "Llt- ..tiest ^\ngel". w? s told; ' The two-coiVree dinner'was serv- .ed -at. individual tables, centered with poiiisetttaes. i The entertaininf ..idoms of the liome were decorated with poinsel- : ,i;.i.s and Rreenery. A lighted Cluist- rnas tree was in the living room and ihe gifts gtyen by Santa duns •were, placed under the tree prior to their distribution. .'• • • Br. Nies was presented with a •gift- from the" group and Santa Clsus, played by . Dr. Carl Nies iwa s presenter] with a box of cigars' and a voca-1 solo was given by Miss Charley Ruth Blankenshlp. acconi-1 Mar.v Robison of thc""\Ve«' panled at the piano by Miss Ella tlieville Parish Mae Dixon. Mrs. Homer C. Richie spoke on "World Citizenship." and the school glee club presented several Christmas carols. I U Robison and his The table from . .. :,. and Mrs. Rillv Oullison of wr.h her'.par-; M-ifiphLs. are (lie parents, of a {i.-nfiitc-r born Monday, 'al tni 1 Mill- ! injiton Navy Hospital. Their first ) ihild ihe baby has not yet been nam('d. Mr.s. Cullison is the former Miss Dorolhy Punlk of Memphis. and fa'er»l. Cullison is from Blylhe- viik-. ^i 1 . Jack \Vc-ljb, a student at. Tul-'in« University. Neu- Orleans, L:i.. 'irri'/eci boine yesterday to .spend tlu Christmas holidays with his iv.:ien;.>, Dr and Mrs. Floyd Weiib. Miss Barbara CnUi-son. who is a stuiii.'nt ni Arkansas State College,, will arrive home tomorrow '.n spind ihe holidays here with hc-r grandmother. Mrs, Lillie Cull:- snn and other rclative.s. :-i':vc'i! huKct stylo, i "•' 'e ;l S:-llta Ciults • ill! vrei-nrry. :ue.:is were played '.i" and infts were a rr.iilv ImhU'.l ti'ce, assorted rt in the cn- eairv out the Read Courier News Want Ads. f'aramount News and Slto Conllniious Showin( 1:15 p.m.-ll:00 p.m. Hot Office Open* 6:30; Show Starts 6:45 Thursday and Friday No passes honored on Sunday : Continuous Shows Sat. anrt Sun Bargain N ig l,t EverJ . N . fgh| Execpi '•. Continuous Shows t Every Day , Box Office Opens 1:45 •• Show Sfavls 2:00 : LISTEN TO KLCN S:00a.m. 12:45 p.m. .4:30 p.m. ; the Itovy Tlnn-sclsy & Friday FRAKCHOI TONE- GUY MAOiSON Paramount News ^A Short* t«n<inuans Showing K VC ry D» Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. 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