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TUESDAY, DECEMBER SO, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (AHK.) COURIER NEWS Society 9 Phone 4461 Nora Hagan Is Bride In Catholic Ceremony Iu a ceremony solemnized yestcr- ^J»y morning, to o'clock, ut the WlHirch of the Immaculate Conception, Miss Nora Edwinn Hagai), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllinm Edward Hagan. became Ihe bride of Joseph Anthony Seibert of St. Elmo, 111., son of Mrs. Amanda Seibert and the late Joseph Albert Seibert. The Rev. B. Francis McDevitt, assisted by the Rev. Paul Bujarski, officiated at the double ring ceremony In the presence of a large number of guests. The altar draped In white satin and gold brocade with a background of ferns and baskets of nlnk carnations, flanked by while tapers burning In gold candelabra, formed a beautiful setting for the ceremony. A program of nuptial music was presented by Miss Carolyn Child, organist. Vocalists were Miss Hehmi Johnsen and Carl Green. She sans, "Ave Maria" by Bach-Gounod and "Because" by D'Hardlot. Miss Johnson wore a frock of blnck crepe fashioned with a penlum and cap sleeves, with black accessories. A corsage of red carnations was pinned at her shoulder. Mr Green sane "Panis An<jelicus." Miss Eileen Hasan, sister of the bride, wns maid of honor. Her Kown of blue brocade satin was fashioned with an off-the-shoulder neckline and the long torso ended In a "Open House" Is Given By Miss Billie L. Games Bits of News PACK rivfc Miss Bllllc Louise^ Galncs hostesses Sunday afternoon at her home nt Promised Lund with an "open house", when approximately 50 fiiiesls called between Hie hours o[ 3 rmri 6 i>. m. The home was atlnictivcly rtec- orulcd for the affair nnd (he din- Ing room table from which the re- Irt'shments of Iced drinks wHIl party Icocls were served, was covered with H lace cloih nnd held white tapers burning in crystal cundela-1 Mr. and Mrs. Ix-wLs Trowbrldgc and sons, Duvld and Jimmy, hnve returned to lliclr home In St. Louis, W as lifter spending several day* here ns guests of Mrs. Trowbrldgo's parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Mike Buchanan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moore of A!- tH'iucrriue, N. M. nvc s|>eiKlliig several days here as' enesl.s of Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Green. Tommy Tinin oi Linden, Tenn., ivas (he weekend guest of his sister. Mrs. B. U, Wilson nnd family. Dr. and Mrs. I,. 11. Moore returned brn. I yesterday ulin 1 visiting with Ihcir j Out-of-town (jucsis who attended j son, Hat Moore and family in Tal- I were Earl cordon and Floyd Wrlshl] lau:ah. La., nnd with (heir daiigh- of Memphis, Miss Carolyn Al'^cc and Hill Davis from Tiptonville. Tenn.. and Tucker Smith and Richard [Mummer of Little Rock. and tiny ruffle. She wore a halo miffs of matching material, and carried a colonial bouquet of sweet- peas, daisies and pink and vcl|ow roses tied with ribbons to match Mrs. Roy Calvin was before her marriage Christmas day, Miss Evelyn Simpson, dsujghter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Simpson of Manila. jiyr gown Bridesmaids Miss Vu-ginia Anderson's Marriage Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Anderson today announce the'marriage of their daughter. Miss Virginia Anderson to James Tapps, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Murnhy chose a pale pink and Miss Jarboe, yellow, and each carried a colonial bououet of sweet- peas, daisies and roses. The flower girls' dresses were of the same design. Anita Wrotcn wove blue. Glenda Lee Poetz. pink and Carolyn Seibert of St. Elmo, niece of the bridegroom, wearinz yellow. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of white slipper satin. The bodice, fashioned with a yoke embroidered) in seed pearls, closed in the back to the waist with tiny covered buttons. The long fitted sleeves ended in calla lily poinU over the hands Her two tiered veil of white illusion fell from a crown of seed pearls ex- The bride wore a gold wool dress with black accessories. Their attendants were Mrs. Jodie Holderfield and Mrs. Ruby Papulton. Mrs. Tapp attended Blytheville schools and is now employed at Kirby Brothers Drug Store. Mr. Tapp served in the Army during the war for several years and is now engaged in farming here. They will make their home In Blytheville. Guests Complimented At Supper and Fish Fry Mi', and Mrs. Ted Brock and sou, Tcddic and Mrs. C. R. Brock of Gal- iup, New Mexico, were quests Friday ni;jht, when Mr. and Mrs. F. B Huty ci'turtallied at their home on j Highway 18, wifh an enchiladas supper, served Mexican style. Later in the evening, the guests were shown lihns of New Mexico, by Mr. Brock. ' The gut-sts were again compvi- mntd Sunday night with a fish fry at th home of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hucy on Highway la. Mr. nnd Mrs. Brock and their son and Mrs. Brock have now left for a brief visit in Missouri and Tennessee, bclore returning here Thursday. Mrs. Evrard Is Hostess To G. E. 0. Club Members Mrs. Marcus Joe Evard was hostess last night at her home to members of the G. E. O. Bridge Club ter, Mr. nnd Mis. J. B, Bomar and family in Tuscaloosa. Ala. during the holidays. Mrs. A. A. Kirk of Uyt-rsbi'irsj. Tenn.. spent the weekend Iwii: ns guest of Mis. L. O. Gill. [ Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Lassltor and j daughter, l : ut .ol Jonesboro were i Cucsts Sunday ol Mrs. B. 1J. Wilson | and family. Miss Polly KlanlBun spent the holidays In Jonesboro as guest of Miss Mary Trovathni, ! Mr. on'd Mrs. Clair Miller and • sons, Billy nnd linddy returned yes- j lerday troni Hot Springs where they i visited during the holidays with ! her sister, Mrs. Willis WlUscnhunt I and iamlly and her father, II. K. ' Heivy, anrt with his ymrDnts, Mr.; and Mrs. Hester Miller and family. Miss Edith Bellinger spent yesterday in Memphis attending to business. Mrs. Betty Pt.illips left, today lor New Oilcans, Ln. where she will attend the Sugar Bowl game New Years Day, Miss Peggy Bujarski left today foi 1 an extended visit in Columbia, S. C.. with Cam", and Mrs. A. S. Rager and family. Mrs. Rnger is the former Miss Mnijorie Mays of Blytheville. Miss Stella Cain was the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Pratt Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Mrs. Clco L:\iifcston cJitcrtnliillit; Town niul Country club til her homo, Ths Methodist Clum-li will have wutchnlstit services nt the cluircH brslnnliij; at 11 o'clock imd lusting Ull utter 12. Club 28 will Iwve Now Year's live dance, 0 o'clock In Ihe Mirror liooin of Hotel Noble. Thur.stljy Mi?. C!eo Lansslon entertaining Ociclli- Club mrmbei.s. Mrs. I?. A. Copi-liind ontcrtnlinng 1'rlila.v C. 1). C. Club mcinbcis »t tier home. Mrs. Maurice Lullrrll onlertnln- IHB members of the Alnliu Ueltu Chapter ol Beta Slgnm Phi at her home 312 J'.'nNt Havls Civic Calendar Legion—8:00 p.m. Wt'iliifsdiiy Ktwauls Clnb—12:10 piu. ; Thursday New Year's Dny. Baptist College Board Accepts Site From WAA With the Courts Chancery Shannon l.Hlto vs. Henry »v Little, suit for dh'nrce. Nulhini Mlnyard VN. Mnrv yarct, suit for divorce. Kntlierine HusM'll vs. Harsell* .suit for divorce. Sylvia Loulsp Wllliumson vs. ok-n- for<l Williamson, suit Uir divorce. Circuit Mrs. Louise Moor* vs. 1'i'inlsc Cilnnlng nnd Mcrriintlle Co., suit for $7,500.00 tor Injuries rccclvd Iu nn auto nccldcnt. George C. Wilkinson vs. E. c, riumcll. suit (or possession ot tuno or Judgement for $1717. Murdoch O. McHue vs. General American Life Insurance Co., suit for $25.00 month on Insurance contract. MTi'LK ROCK. Alk., Dec. 30 tUP> — UniHIxt officials were a step nearer to opemnK Central College In the Little Dock urea today niter lorm- nlly E\cccptlii(j Ihe hospital nrcn of Camp Hoblnwm from Ihc War Assets Administration yesterday. The 3G5-ncre site wns nccenled. by he Executive Committee of'tho >ntral College Bonrrt of Trustees. 1'ho school, which closed it* doors nt Uoinvny Inst Jmie, will be opened us a co-educational Junior col- CBC nt Cnmii Uoblnson next Sop- .ember. ,. N. McAnlnch, Little Uock chairman ot Ihe new site committee snld "we Ililnk we will have ampin llmo to nrepiuc cverythlnc for llxu uMiintT of Cent nil College ul thu ,'W locution In September." The full board will meet In lute Jnmiiuy to hear progress reports. These will Include reports from the ficv. Don Hook of Ozark on selection of n college president nnd (ne- ully; the llev. W. M. Pratt of liOiioke on disposal of the Conway propoily; Otis Neely of North tlc Kock, fliinucinl chtilimcm; Mid MciVnncli. The oxcciJtlvo committee mulled seven Mibfommitlees (o prepare Ihu buildings nml grtninds (or opening the school. New York's Fuel Shortage Acute Snow-Clogged Streitt Prevent Deliveries To Suffering Citizens NKW YORK, Dec. 'JO, (U.B.)- }f»ndred or homes In the metropolitan, urea were without heat In freezing weather lodny, SB 30,001) workmen attempted to clear sttll cloiiged side streets of snow foi fuel Irucks to make deliveries. Move than 1,600 requests for ns- sishxnce In obtaining . ( >lol | 1|lvo been received by Ihc health dc- liartmcnt since tins heaviest snowfall In the city's history—25.8 Inches—blocked the streets on IMday In Hdriltlon. some 3,000 complaints of lack of hcnt have beer received. Fuel oil and roal trucks wcro imablc to reach many sections of the city, althouuh 11,000 emergency '•-- y to g to and one guest Mrs. T. H. Caraway. I and fannly Jn^Joncsboio. \Vhen bridge games were played Mrs. caraway won high and Mrs. Joseph William McHaney won bridgo. Refreshments of a dessert course were served, W. S. C. S. Meets At Lake Street Church The Lake Street Methodist Wom- Berrymans Entertain With Turkey Dinner - -. „... „......, „.. , Mr - a »d Mrs. R. A. Berrymal en- tending into a long train. She car-t Le . rtanlca - at their hom e Saturday with with members of the ried a white satin prayer book topped with a white orchid showered i dmllcl with valley lilies and white satin metiliue family and several out of j ribbons. town guests attending. John Seibert of SI Elmo served The dinin B I0om t aWe at which I his brother as best man, and grooms- I the clinncr wns served was covered j D, men were Tommy Haslett of itfem- ' w a e cloth and cc ntercd with 'phis and Richard Roberts. Ushers were Rudolph Vrska, Gerald Cassidy and Carmel dune. Ed- an's Society of Christian Service met yesterday afternoon at the church for their regular w*:kly session. Mrs. George Shanks, vice president, was in charge of the brief business session. The devotional Russell Phillips Jr., Charles Cris- ger III and John Ed Rcgcnold will be in Memphis tonight to attend a dinner dance at the Pcabody given by Miss Nancy Uizcllc and Miss Val Merriwcather o[ Pecan Point. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Billic Nelson and son, Gary of Hnmbolt, Tcnn., and Mrs. Opnl Nelson and daughter, Barbara Jean of Three Rivers, Mich., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Cain and family. Hunter's Body Recovered liUDOriA, Ark. Dec. 30. (UP) — The body of Albert Marks. 28. of New Hartford, In., was being returned to New Hartford today, following its recovery from a river channel near Kudora yesterday. Marks had boon 'limning on Chrlstinns Eve with Garland Turn- at'e of San Francisco, Calif., nnd i Raymond Owens o: Eiidorn. Their i boat capsized and Tuinago nnd Marks drowned. „_ _ a three course turkey was given by Mrs. J. W. Maloney, ami the prayer. meeting was closed stately green and red tapers banked with greenery. Other rooms of the home • were j attractively arranged with green- ( ery and other decorations in keep- : ing with the Yuletide theme. ] die Stcmac, Larry Cassidy, Mike Thro and Fred White served acolytes. Following the ceremony, a re-1 .-, ception was held at the home of Lai vary Baptist W. tne bride s parents. Vases of white gladioli, roses and carnations were attractively arranged throughout the reception rooms. An imported linen cloth draped the dining table, which was centered with a three tiered wedding cake garlanded with greenery. Miss AnnaDildine presided at the table, assisted by Miss Lola Thompson and Miss Eileen Hagan. The couple left on a wedding trip before returning here to 'make their home where Mr. Seibert will be engaged in farming. Mrs. Seibert wore for traveling an original cinnamon gabardine suit with brown accessories Her frock was complemented with a white orchid. Out-of-town guests here for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. John Seibert and family of St. Elmo III Mrs. j. o JarboC| Mrs Frallcj j Wilson Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Fowlfccs. Mrs. Harold Poplmm. Mrs. Fred Peel and Mrs. Grant Prakes. all of Caruthersville. Mo., Jim Ayers of ^tt and daughter, Jackie and Mrs P. G. Sesler of Memphis. * * • An expert on Soviet agriculture reports that fields of pink, brown, green and blue cotton are being grown in Russia. The colors in such cotton arc natural and intensify rather than fade with washing. Montgomery Ward u. Meets In Circle Groups The Woman's Missionary Union »I the Calvary Baptist Cliui-ch met in circle groups yesterday afternoon. Circle One met at Ihe home ot Mrs. Ini>z Gentry, when Mrs. S. D. McGliec opened Ihe meeting with prayer and the Bible study taken: At The Hospitals nlylhcvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. R. H. P. Burks, city. Mrs. Fred Sallba, city. Mrs. Paul Jobe, city. Mrs. O. D. Shea and baby. city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Marvin Harper and baby, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Jewel Courtney and baby, Caruthersville, Mo. Oeorge Wilson, Stcele. John H. Carter Steel. Glen Holland, Stcele. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained from the 10th chapter of Acts, was. marriage license yesterday in the in the form of a round table dis-i office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe Mission. Mrs. P. H. Jernigan ------gave' county clerk. the dismissal prayer. , Clyde Bowman of Indianapolis Circle Two met at the home of,i n d.. aritl Miss Lj , n}1 Sm]b( , rt ' Mrs. A. L. B ration. Mrs H. J. j Stcele Mo Fondien opened the meeting with! prayer and Mrs. Jim England presided .- - - sion. over the brief business ses- Mrs. Vcrnon Boyd was in charge of the Bible study and Mrs. B. C. Germany closed the meeting with prayer. Refreshments were served both hostesses. Meeting Read Courier News Want Ads. There will be a public Joint Installation of officers of the Order of tli c Eastern Star and the Mas- oy ons. at the Masonic Hall, tonight at 7:30 p. in. Supper will be served promptly at 7:00 p. m. All Masons and their wives and all Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. Nixon nnd BOH, Harley, ot Glcnco, Ontario, Canada, have returned to (heir home after having spent the Christmas holidays here with their cousins, Mrs. A. E. Huntley and Mrs. Huntley, _.., Mrs. Q. G. HuWrard ami Mr. Hub- withi bard, and Mrs. H. R. Brandon. They will visit in Florida en route home. Billy Sam Berrymnn is conllned to his home on Hearn Street, with a severe attack of sinus. Mrs. Cnrrie Muery nnd son. Henry, are visiting their son and brother, Robert S. Muery in Detroit. Mich. Thcp wll lalso visit Mrs. Muery's brother, Perry B. Summers and family, whom she has not fcen in over 30 years. Mrs. Mtiery will remain in Detroit for nn indefinite of time, but Henry will return within a week I" order to return to Louisinna State University. Baton Rfiuge, where he is a student. James Cobb, who is a student at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington. Va., is 'spending the holidays here with his parents. Mr. and Mr3. W. E. Cobb. Mr. nnd Mrs. Burks Barker had as their guest over the Christmas holiday. Mrs. Barker's mother, Mr.-,. Sarah McCall of Jonesboro, her sisters. Sir. and Mrs. Archie Downs and son, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fisher and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Ishmacli and children and her, Mr.s. John Lane all of Jonesboro, Also Mr. and Mrs. James McCall, Mr, and Mrs. Carlton Smith, Misses Margean and Billie Fern Downs, all of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Co wen and daughter, have returned home from Suspect is Arretteef •'In Btutal Hill Staying MTTLE ROCK, Dee. W, <UP)_ State police tod»y were boldloc Floyd Kllgore of near Juper tar auctioning In connection with th» Newton county chrl»tm*i EM sledge-hammer slaying of U-VCM* old Apul smith, Kilgore Is the owner of the littl* three room >.\A where Smith's bru- tnlly boatxm body was found. Smith had reportedly come to the UoUt- ed hill country around Jup*r frotp Chicago, only a chort tune bcfor* his death, with a tlzetble amount of money. • At the time state police uid tht robbery was apparently the motive for the killing. Neighbor! found Smith on tne floor of ht» t»nwck*i hut. Beside him lay the •ledi* hammer with which hl« tkull h*d been crushed. workers were added yesterday the Jorce of 10,000 workln clean Ihc si recta. The tuglwat strike was threatened (or (\Hcr m!dnl|jhl tomorrow when the contract of 3.500 tug- Search Continue* tor • •. Bodies ot Two Hunttrs TICHNOR, Ark,, D«c. 30 (UP)— Rclnllvcs and friends continued their scnrcli today lor the bodleg of Krnncls Gnchot, 40, and, his ncphtw, Leo Onchot. 16, who were drowned In Arkansas County Saturday. Thi men lived on the Fourche Dam Pike. The two men were In a boat with Memphis, whole they spent Ihe holidays with Mrs. Gowen's parent-i Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Sisk. Mr. and Mrs. Toby LOHK and family, spent the weekend In Corinth Miss. , Miss Nancy Dngsett of Mnrlan- nn. lioviseisucst of Dick White .am his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ployc A. White, returned homo yesterday She was accompanied to Memphl by Mrs. White and Mrs. w Marlon Williams and son Dill. Mr. and Mrs. j C. Ellis s hnvc as their guest his sister, Mrs. p. G. Scslcr of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter left! for St. Ifliils last night where, they will visit with (rlencts. They will go from there to Iowa where they will visit Mr. curler's brother. Mr. and Mis. Paul M Bennett mid family, of Shaw. Miss., spent (ho weekend here with his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. p. M. Bennett Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Smith and family had as Ihcir guests during the holidays, their daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cobble and son. Clark of Oatllusbcrg. Tenn., nnd Mr. nnd .Mrs. I'asfokl, and children of ^ 1 lhvaukee,' Mr. and Mis. Gregory Adklns of Faycltvillc were the holiday gticsls of his grandparents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. C. Harulsh. Before returning to school, Mr. and Mrs. Adklns will visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Ricdcl of Fort-Smith. Miss America is Delegate To Methodist Youth Conference in Cleveland MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Dec. :IO (UPI — llurbain Jo of Memphln, "Miss America of HHT, "will be Just another good looking girl delegate to he worldwide Methodist Youth [/'oiifereuce in Cleveland, O., Dec. UO, Jan, '.!. It was disclosed today, Barbara Jo was among a group ot 3CS young Methodists from Ten- essce. Mississippi and Louisiana who left hero by special trntn last light for the Cleveland conference, She Is a delegate from the Bprltig- dnle Mr.lUouist chuvch hero nnd the Rev, James I.. Bnghy, secretary of the Memphis Conference Hoard of Education, made It pointed that MLss Walker would not be llonl/cd because of her licuuty title. The Rev. Mr. Dauby, who has his headquarters nl Lambuth College, Jackson, Tenn., said (Imt "every Indication Is that our Mid- South delegation will be a major Kro'iip In leadership »nd worship, ns well na fun." hour wane Ijict'cnst'. H wus recalled Hint Ihc crippling tugboat strike In rvbrunry of lust, year cut off the city's fuel ftiul caused Mayor William O'Dwycr to shut down all business In New York for the durulion of the crisis. A second snowstorm had been forecast for today, but tho woath- cr bureau said Hint snow Is not now ex|iccU>rt to fall until tomorrow. All five inlhoRds nerving Ihe melropoliUn area have placed fin cmbnrgo on nil shipments into Hie city cxcc|iL food, fuel, medicine nnd emergency Items, until the mayor's ban on commercial Iruck- Init has been lilted Surface trnii.iiiorln'tlon wns estimated nt 5fl per cent normal, Rnll- rond operations wore normal, wlih only Komn Irnliu running late. Food supplies have been replenished in stores Hint developed shortages In bread, milk ami perishables over the weekend. A police survey Indicated that 10,000 trucks, buses nnd automobiles illu ire stalled along streets, despite warning* thru summonses will be issued lo drivers who do not remove their cara from mnln thoronglitnrc.i. The heavy blanket of anow ycs- Jr. t when the craft overturned. Jours nnd Dlrnbnck reached *hor« n mile downstrcnm, teruay collapsed Hie domed roof of the main greenhouse at the New York liotanlcal Garden, destroying many rare plants, Tlio police safety department announced that the. snowfall ,h»d Immobilized so many automobiles over the weekend that 131 lew« automobile accident 1 ! occurred than a year ngo. Montgomery Ward DRESS CLEARANCE 431 Greatly Reduced! FALL DRESSES H A L Eastern Star Women and their husbands and families are invited to attend. Wards Automatic _, ... Water System 91,00 Provides average farm familj with plenty of pater — 35C gallons per hour! All Sizes GALVANIZED PIPE Just Received TOUGH • For Our • Mechanics When the trouble lies deep in the motor of your auto, ™ you can depend upon our experienced mechanics to get £ to the bottom of it. Drive in today for cold weather A checkup. SHELTON MOTOR CO. 119 West Ash Street -^ _ Phone 4438 ^ Wind andWealher Lotion «yiW^i^ from MATROSE TEST KITCHEN TO BAKK A HAM Mayrast Ham dott not rtqtttrt parboiling Place fat side up on * rack in «n open pan. TJje no water. Hake m a slow oven (325"F,) according co following weight schedules: I6ro IBlbi. — 1 m-i'A tin. or about I) mfn. per Ib, 12 to 13 Ihl.-j'/zm 4 hn. or about Ifi mJn. per Ib. 10 10 lilhi.-i.o 3'/4 hit. or ibauc 18 mfn. pet lit. a to 10 Ihi. — l*A co 3 Int. or about 20 m in, per Ib. 3 10 7-IKpci, — 2 [n 2'^hn. or abtiut 22 min. per Ib. /o Jjp" P. internal fiml>tr*tuTt,} Kcmovcpapcrand all rind. Cover with one of the following glazes: 2 / 3 cup hrown and 1 tablespoon flour; % cup brown sugir and I tablespoon musurd. Bake in hot oven (•400* F.) for 15 minutes, or eijl the dejircd brown. regular '1 size >s ORDER NOW Sp*tmt for limited tim« only' WOOD'S DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Phone S07 Planning a really "special" dinner? Naturally, you want to serve the finest. And, that calls for delicious Mayrosc Ham ...tender, full-of-flavor quality ham. From end to end, sugar-cured, hickory-smoked Mayrose Ham has that superb "center-slice" flavor...truly magnificent! To get rhc highest quality ham, remember 10 ask, for MAYROSE. Send for free Recipe Booklet, "Holiday Hospitality with Ham." Write: Dorothy Stuart, Mayrose Test Kitchen, 824 Vandevcnter Ave., St. Louis 10, Mo, Continuous Shows Kvcry Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Stnrts 2:00 LISTEN TO KtCN 00 a.m. ISI45 p.m. 4:H p.M. (he Roxy Wednesday & Thursday Miracle of 34th Street Maureen O'Har* Aluo Short Subject! Thursday & Friday This Time for Keeps with K.ithrr Winianw ftnd Jimmy DaT»nt« r^THniount News »nd Shorta ^^^•^•^^^^^^•^^•^ Coming to GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday and Sunday Code of the Saddle wllh Johnny Mack Brown Cont'd Sh<iws Sat. 12:30 to 11:3* Con(. ShowinB Sunday 1:39-11 M Admission Adults 25c. Tax IneL Box Office Opens 6:30 SliQw Starts. 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:1S Cnntlnunus .Shows Sal. & Sun. Bargain Nighl Every Mghl Except Saturday I No passes honored on Sunday at i Ko*y Theatre REMINDER: TK. name MAYROSE identifies highest quafily m*at procf- iKls, such as..,Moy- roie Pure Pork Sausage, Mayrose Sliced Dried Beef and May rose Ready* Serve Ham. Ask for them by najn* .. . MAYROSE. ST. IOUIS INDEPENDENT PACKING COMPANY Last Time Today Bells of St. Mary's with Binj Crosbj and Ingrid Bergman Also Short Subjects Thursday & Friday **M» HENRY till HAlTfl Htm* AIs* Short Sikfcrt*

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