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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 1, 1947
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V J ff' PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 10- Emily Wlwon, Sodety Editor r 9 Phone 461 Nettie Frances Little Becomes Bride Qf Memphian in Church Ceremony \ Miss Hettie Frances U'.i'.e. cliuishter of Mr. and Mrs. TOni Antlicny Little Sr., became the bride of Dan Hughes Bell of Mem l*his In a ceremony this morning aijt 10:30 o'clock at First Methcdi:.t Church. * The Rev. R. 3. L. Benrclcn of tjeachville. retired Melhodist min- uter, officiated, n.-.rlstcd by the Hev. Alien D. Stewart, pastor. 'The church was beautifully decorated. > Southern smilnx and Oiegou Huckleberry formed a background fpr the chancel, which WAS lighted liy the soft i/ow of candles In Ijitinchcd candlelabvn Tnll br.sket? rjeld white gladioli while gladioli trees and woodwardia fern trees \tore arranged with palms to com- rjcte the garden-like selling. * The prle ciicu was twincj with Ivy, a cluster of .".liver sheen ehrys- lienuniis and d*R'nty pompoms ed with white satin ribbon. At cinch side stood single calhcrclal rjnndles In wrought iron stand?. '{he white cn r p r -lc«l aisle was liinrkcd at either !iide w!ih slender framing candles in wrought iron ilanils laced with fern and lied yitli white jatin. Family |)ews were maikcd with clusters uf white flowers and ,vhite snun ribbon. J Cousins Lijilil Tapers > Tapers were lighted by the bride's cousins. Miss Nancy Little purplo-throitled orchids. Lilies of the valley and tiny white roses were lied in the white- streamers wl'lch fell lo the floor. Mrs. Porter wore a dross of dusty pink chiffon sleeves and a The bouffant with small puffed swcctheait. skirt was just below Ihe waistline. neckline gathered Slie car- jflu (Je ried a cascade bouquet of briar- ;lifj roses, blue carnations and ilue-lirucd nerine 'liilei centered with pink gnrdcnhis and tied with >'Mk and blue satin. Mrs. Alexander chose an ashes of roses and cerise orgnnza frock over taffeta rp.sliionccl with a dr-1 culnr skirt. Mr.s. Oldham nnd Miss Branson wore Identical pink frocks wllhisa- lln bodices and full net skirts, Mrs. Hoke wore pink net with a net luce bodice, small puff sleeves and a full circular skirt.. WIMInin R Dell of- Memphis served his brother ns best man. Groomsmen were Tom A. Little. Jr., and Dlan 8. Heath, brother and brollicr-ii:-)aw or the bride, and Sanford shvlton. ItiM-epiion llrl.l Mr. and Mrs. Little entertained with n reception following tha ceremony at their nome. 01D West Main St.,. for memtei'i. of the fam);<j.s and their most intimate friends The living room mantel >.va3 Mrs. Blakernore Hostess To Jolly Eight Mornbei's Mrs. Neville BHtkemoro was lins- less to members of ih_> .lolly F;i(jht Club yesterday :iflerni.cii ul her home. In games pjayecl (Uiritiii-the afternoon Mr.s. Orover Wren v.'on high, Mrs. Ilask:i!l Uiankensbip second, ami Mrs. Hlchard l j ril(h- ard received rtjoko. The cnlcrtainliiB rooms were Bits of News Vliss Moclmger Honored With Kitchen Shower decorated Slimmer flowers. The hostess plate nncl Iced bouquet o r mixed srrvcd drhi|:s. Barbecue Supper Given By Misses Ruth, Iva Seay of Memphis and Miss Ann Gari'U qf Greenwood, Miss. » Miss 'Little wore Mr, and Mrs. Coil Bass and daughter, Miss Mary Lou Bass ol Icpmto, formerly of Blythcville, Mr.s Gertrude Kccter and (laughter, 'Miss Jo Aim Kccter, of PJH- nma Cnniil /.one are vlsillng In niythi'Ville. 'I hey arc en vnule liomc alter a vacation trip to Hnl .Springs, l.uyclloville, and Ilodgers. Mrs. Kceter and daughter will remain in Rodgers for several months rjMtirc returning to t!ie Canal X.cne. Mr. and Mrs. li. F. Clay. Sr., and family will arrive tonight fi-'jm Columbus, Miss., to spend the week with Mr.s. u. I-'. Clay .Jr. Mrs. p. W. Whitner has returned from New York, v/lr.'ro .she \vnn Hie f.ur-'.^t of her dauglitor, Mi. f i.s I'ciisy Whltnei 1 . Miss Whitnur. who is connected with Ameifcan Air Uncs, has been sUUoacd in New York and new is in Eu'lns, Texas, after accompaiiylnp; Jier mother to Nashville, Teni),* on route thine. IS. f. Missouri Legion Auxiliary to Meet Aug. 3 Maudlc Modlnger, bride elect of Peter James Lautmm of New Orleans, was complimented of the yesterday when Mr.s. G. O. Caurlill. mcetin Misses liulh and Iva Scay en- tcrtained members of the Younr; Peoples' Uliiss, and Uie Seeker.; Class rjf 'First Methodist Chinch and oilier iMiesLs lust night with a r.arbecne anrl parly at their homo Mrs lt A N( ,] 3O]! .,,„) Mrs Ill(]|il —- Highway '18. Sanders and granrlrliiiirjhter, Dliine The group niiUicrcrl on the lawn , llo i m .,,,i lo Mom ph| s i 0 ,i n y to mcoc for Ihe slipper anrl were served Mr . 1UH , Mrs j ohn R Snn ders barbecue, corn on Hie cob, iecu wl)() w|n ]|n . |vc thcn , , jy |)1nnQ fr(n ; rlrinks and oilier picnic foods on I)aslon ,,„ rnulp tl) n onn i lllu , 0 •'ong tallies. Following the supper the guesfs were sealer! round I able fashion and played games under Ihe direc- lion of Miss Mai.r.e L. Acliuns and ,.,„„„ iSl .,n on Urccaded turcruoise blue satin with <V"doUble fold at tli2 shoulders and rcse Inn crushed fold at the hips • Miss Garner's dress was (if ycl- ICiw marqilisette v.'iiu thrce-tsuurlcr lenglh sleeves <incl a swoethe.iru neckline lined with rows' of yellow lace. A short front drapj over the at banked wilh Ivy. baker ferns, whl'.j caliKlium leaver, silver sliccn ory- I sanlhemiuns. wh'io gladioli and hi- dress ofli,eroses. reflected In a large mlro>- fjill skirt lied into a bustle .bow the back. 13nth wore corsages of white carnations. 'Mrs. J_ K. Garner of 1 Greenwood, Iftiss., us, . nnd Miss June Me Adams, .vocalist, presented nuptial music. .'Mrs. darner's '"scluillOMH Included ""Beep in My He.irt" Irom "The Student Prince," ' 3\veethearts' fi-cm "Maytime"; 'Together' 1 and •'Diane." During the excU:uu;e of rows, the strains c.f "Claire de A cryslal bowl or white asters. vjompoms, ivy ferns, caladlum caves and while gladioli was nr- rniiBcd on Ihe buffel with burnluj white tapers. Centering tho refreshment table, laid with n Lice aim cut-work clo'h. •wns a Ihree-lterrd cake tapper! with a miniature biide and bride - Miss Rillh Seny. Ouesls Included Miss Mary Mil' rhcll of Conway, the Hev. and Mr.-;. Allen D. Etcwart, Mr. and tfrs. J. Mcll Brooks, Mr. rind Mr.;. leilry 'Arney, Wilson Hemy. and \Tlss Mamie f,. Atlams. The hostesses were assislcd in rvinH by Iheir pareiHs, Mr. anrl Mrs. T. I. Seay. (Following Ihe pnrty. members o ,hu M»lhodi.'-.t Youth l-'ellovvshil joun^ll remained foi' a brief meeting. their homo, Mr. arid Mrs Slin(iws win , JC Knesls of M ,. s „ ,,, Oi| „,„, famlly , nu) , TucS(Jliy M| . <3 lim | C1 . s wil , | )(1 conn ccted ivitlj KRIIM in Honolulu groom standing beneath bells. Enclrcllnrr the cake wedding were dnntium fern, prmyiom crysanlhe- imims and Pencil slim tapers In branml crystal holders burned at rme «:•'.' or the table. Presiding at tills label were Mrs Alexander and Mra A. G. LIUli!, granrlinolher of Itin bride, and also assisting In Ihe dining room «vra Mrs. Iloke. MK-, llianson and Mrs Oldham. by Debussy were heard. For| Mrs. Sanford SlrJton, wearing a Mrs. Bell Memphis. wore a clotul white wool suit and pin- Uie processional, Mrs. Garner play-1 rose chiffon frocV:, «1 the "Bridal Chorus" from of the guest bcr.k. •rLohengrin" by Wagner and for | After a wedding tjie recessional, Mendelssohn's 'VWeddiiig March" from "A Mici- auminer Night's Dre~un.'' ] Miss McAdnms' pale green mar. £,ove Thee" ancl "Always" by Berlin. l Mrs. Garner, weaving a cinamon ri'epe dress,:-, pinned :i • corsage of 'talisman rosebuds at her shoulder. Ifaisa McAdams' pale green mar- (juiselle frock was fashioned with an off-the-shoul.ler effect and and tfouffant skirt,. wore a wristlet an/I was In charge trip, Mr. and will make their home In For traveling, Mrs. Bel VIr., Mrs. Sparks Give Party for T. U. Group Mr. mill Mrs. John Sparks tertnlnerl '21j members anrl friends of the Hustler Training union of Calvary Dapllst Church Tuesd'.iy !hl al [heir home on Chieka- sawba Avenue. The regular business meeting was presided over by Leon Rnberv- son, president, of tbc union. Following the session, Mrs. Veniun !»>yd led the s;roup In the evening recrcnllon. The host and hosiers served freslmients nf and Ice cream. &f pink jriaiclifl rosebuds. * Mrs. Purler M:ilro-.i of Iliiiior ; Mrs. Rcbcrt A. Porter was the of Memphis. Mrs. Cora Whllmaivn bride's matron of honor ancl four, of Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Arch;other honored friends of Ihe bride bald Cal> ings of Bassett- and J. preceded the wedrltn;; party to the K. Garner of Greenwood. a;ltar. They were Mrs. Spencer Alexander, Miss Jine Branson,! Mrs. Leonard Olclhn.n and Mrs., jVIlSS Young Will Wed Wallace Koke. 1 I rv o 1 i T A '. The bride was glvm in mirringc J. U. Kedden 111 August By her father. Her goivn. worn by previous brides in the Liitle lain-, Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Young ily, was cf bridal- satin, it was of Mayfield, Ky.. formerly of Bly- fashioneci along orinoes lines v:i'.h t theville. announce tbc engagement a tight-fitting boih:e buttoned cf their daughter, Miss Hetty ncd white orchids at her shoulder out-of-lowni Kiiest.s here lor iht Celebrates Rir wedding included Hamilton E. Lit- „,. , ^ r lie, Miss Margaret lien, MISS sntiic,: With "artv By Parents Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dew: 1 ! I . and daughters. Dorothy Marie and I Tommy mimlmui celebrated his Valaric Ann, Mrs Sficlle R. Bell,' second hiiihday ycslcrday and in Mr. anrl Mrs. J. E. Graham. Afi' observance ol Ihe occasion, liis Mrs. J. M. WhltUnglon, Mr. parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Burn- Mrs. Chester Mlghcll. Mrs. | rmm ol Yarbro. gave a party. the back lo the waist. The full skirt extended into a long train. J The sweetheart neckline was lined with seed pearls and the long sleeves -came to a point over the. hands. Her Lillle Dashe polk bridal veil was made of ombrold- cied bridal illusion the full length o! the veil. ; She carried lier mother's handkerchief and a round bouquet of gardenias, lilies of the valley an A (uberoses centered with ' whit< Rnlph Hoisintiton, Mrs. nobo: t j The '.M guesls enjoyed garner Elolsliirjtoii and Thomas Buford, al! tliroughoul the evening nnd color photcgrnphs were made. The host, and hostesses served refreshments of iee cream, cake and pink .lemonade. . ,. £ Birthday Party Given For Hanley Daughter Mr. and Mrs. San Hanley entertained Thursday afternoon in honor c-f their daughter, Patricia H:m- ey lo celebrate her fiflh birthday? During Ihu afternoon the 35 guests played games, with a prtec going to Carol Ami Caldwcll. Following the wciner roast, birthday cake and ice cream were served. Mr. anrl Mrs Hernell Potter and dsuij'hler. lirenda Carol, left till: mornhi!! lor their home In Pekln, III., after r. two woks visit with relatives or Ulyihcvllle and vicinity. While here Uicy were guests of hei IJarcnls, Mr. anrl Mrs. M, A. Sills md family. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C. Hills anil dniiglitcr and Mr. and Mr.s. Woodrow Kills and daughter They were also guest of his parents and family. Mr. and Mrs Karl Walker lia.'e returned from a visit In Conway. They were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs J. R. Bcnton, who will spend several weeks here. Mrs. J. D. Harksdale and son. Duller Barksrb'.le, left this week' for Ni|lchen. Miss., where they will make their home. Condition of Mrs. G. O. Poetx, who sns been seriously 111 In Uir: Baptist Hospital in Memphis, Is much impruviirl. Dr. and Mr.s. O. L. Atkinson of Ihmiplon. left this morning lo re- luni to <hcir home after visiting here lor several days wilh his brother, Dr. Gean Atkinson, and family. . , Mrs. Cal Gossett and sons, Cal "ndwlches c-kc!" tul Jil "' vvi " leilvc toiuo «-° w r °' ,in ( |v,u.ncs, LaKC| BtnnlllBhl , ilnj A , H ^ vlmc U|cy ^.,,1 | '.acation lor two weeks. While there I hey wlli be guests of Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Eberrlt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gammetcr have lot in ncd from their wedding trip and are now at home al (iin W. \Va'm:t. Miss Gamtr.e-ter is l hc former Miss Kalbarinc Hudson. Miss M.iry Mitchcl, who has besn (be gliest of Miss Mamie t,. Adntnf, for several days, leli, this morning lo return lo her home in Couway. Mrs. James E. Clark and Mrs. Waller Baker entertained wilh a kitchen slicwer ut the Caudlll home. , HcIrcKhmenls were served to the 10 guests present from a lace- uia; perl table centered with a of pink roses and white gypsrjphilia. Mrs, Cornelius Modliieer and Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, mother wid grnndmollicr of the (jucst of honor, assisted In Kervin^. A profusion of pink gladoli decorated the living room.- An out-of-town fjucst was Jariuellnc Dufhilo of Mew Orleans, hotiseguc.-il cf Miss Modinger. 2 Reunions Held By Caruthersvilie Families in Week CARUTHEnSVILLK. Mo., Aug. 1 — Family reunions of Uvo prominent! families were held here llils week, | Including the eleventh annual re- j union of the Correll family July 27 , wilh G:I present. This was held at the home of Hrjy Edwards in Pas- i:u!a, Mo., with dinner served ami games and music forming the entertainment. Pictures were taken during lhc afternoon. Several out- of-slate members of the family were present. The Thomasson family also held its reunion here July 27 at the home of Mr. anrl Mr.s. Charles Thomasson. Three birthdays In the family occurred on this (lay, and they were lionorces of the reunion. There w r cre four generations present for the gatliering. Those honored were Joif Thomasson, Dexter, grandfather; Albert Thomasson and young -Russell Magcc. A picnic dinner was served on Ihe home luwn. with birthday cake and ice cream. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., AUK. 1. The American Legion Auxir.u-y 14th District, will hold t, in this city Sunday at;--v- loon, Aug. 3. at 2::iU o'clock Methodist church, In Parlor "A" Mrs. Mary Sctilllljf of Blkfis'on. president of the 14th District 01- Kanizatlon, will preside. Mrs. Bvon Kelley of Carutl'.ersvllle is pre=i- dent of the Pr-'mVajl rav.nty vu,:;. which is Ihe hosl for Ihe meet;:) ;. Mrs. Carl A. Johvon of r.a:iws City, Mo., deinrtm >nt presldeiu - f Ihe Missouri A'ncnr.'an J eglon f ,ix- illary, will be present for th? rn.ce.> iiiB. Mrs. Ada Martin, Canillier.i- ville. is ehalrman of Ihe Hth f::=- trlct Rehabllital'.on Committee, anrl ill appear on Ihe program. The 14lh District includes iitv.1.-; in counties from Cape Giravduau South to nnd including Pcmis-yji County, and from !';;>;n;- Kitit! i:i Uutlor County, Ksist to the issi)>pi H ter in Hot Miss Eva Cooke is 'n Memphis visiting her sisters. Mrs. Stella Vollmer and Mrs. Jack Heflin'. Mrs. Allie Spiinn has as her eticst her duu»hter. Mrs. H. li. Price of Tupelo. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stanford motored lo Dermott. whc-ro they were jr.ined by Mrs. Stanfoids- parents, Mr. and Mrs. u. G. B:tr- netle, for a week's vacalio.i nt New Crletttis. La., and Biloxl Mr.s. Herman Spicer anrl chii- ilipn. nobby and Elllv vi.-.ite'l Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crump in I Rock j'OKlerday. Mr. Cnmifj is Mrs. £pii:or's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ciarence Cvawfoi I have returned Irom a visit with friends in Sheffield. Ala. John C. O'Brien of Memphis visi;ed with his aunt. Mrs.' S. 1!. Terry, for a brief time. Meeting Tne Calvary Baptist motherhood I ' Gill Brothers Honored By Party at Leachyiile At The Hospitals BLYTHEVrLLS HOSPITAL Admitted: Mr.s. Jack Uowon, city. Mrs, Buster Kicliardsou, city. Hrlsel Thaxtcn, city. Mrs. Davis, city. Mrs. irv'iiii; 'Hnnor.. city. Mr.s. Mui.iha Malone ar.-.l haby. Tomato. Ferris Dyer, city. I'atsy C'alrUvell, city. Uirths: Born to Mr. end Mrs. Leon Dayis. city, a (laughter, last night. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barber, Dell, a daughter last night. WALLS HOSl'ITAI. Dismissed: Lois Jane Channel), Holland. Mo. Mies Helen C^ble, Sterie. Mo. Mrs. Ira Romine, Luxora. Mrs. C. C. Burton, Dell. Mrs. w. W Willingham, Stcele. METIfODI.ST HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. G. L. \Vaddell, Osceola. Mrs. R. C. Branch, Joiner. Alice Bro-j n. Joiner. niret tonight, chuch. All men 7:45 arc o'clock :U in', ited. ConUniious Shows . Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LJSTlEN TO KI.CN 0 a.ID. 12:45 p.HI <:30 P m. Lasl Time Today The Homestretch with .Maureen O'llara inn) Cnrnel Wllcle I'arumnimt N't'«s and Short Crtntinijfjus -Showing Everyday Oscco/o News Saturday Luxora News Mrs home Sani Bowcn has returnee! from a vi5it with her moiii- er. Mrs. If. C. Patterson, al Laki Village. Mrs. Patterson Sonny and Benny Giil of Los Almos, N. M.. were guests of honor when Jimmy and Gene Mooney entertained with an afternoon, parly at their liomo in Lcachville. j iecl her- daughter home for :i Various games were played dur- visit here. iiu: tbc afternoon when the yrrr.ip Mr:;. Thomas F. IIlld c .r.u riponl also roasted \vciners, -server! withl the weekend with Mr. mirl Mr.-, iced drinks. Miss Hilly Fain ShcrMan anil M : ss Re;]c l.iven<,tr;in will Ieu','0 KLiturduy for Oklahoma City, O^Ki., where they will visit Mr. and Mr.s. F.dwin P. K-Aiiady. Mrs. Ka- iiacly is the former Miv; K-!i/abnb Andor.son iind was a member of the OsccoUi High School faculty i for .sever."]! years. ' Jnc Ann Cullom o! iWilson i:i spniding :i week with her grandmother, Mrs. Beltye .Nolle fc'larr. Mi'-.s Betty Ami Whitworth of Ge!-:nantown. Teim.. st:ent several daj:; wilh friends and rr-lativcs ll:i^ werk. Mrs. I3crnt:e CarUvriglii, I turned frr;m n weci:'s stay nuda. Miss., with Mr.s. A lins. Mrs. Belli Price of Nashville the gtiosl of her sis'.ci:, Mrs. C. E. Butler for t.vo weeks. Melvin Waggoner. Jr.. Freddie Banister, Jack Sartain and Bobby Williams will spend the weekend ill St. Louis, where they will attend the bii:l games. The daughter born Jnlv 21 tu Mr. and Mr.s, nick Carsun of .St. I.ouLs lias been named Finilv Jamison. Mrs. Carson is Ihe former Betty fiutl'M- of THIilftS UP AtvU DOV/M YOU^ SPIUC \vhcn Rod llydar and trlttc \ Qcavcr ^mo!<o OLJI a bend ol Prairie tlackclcers! has rein Gre- .13. Col- accompan-1 Miss biiei'l Mr. and Mrs. Ch'r.-les Bowler arc parents of a daiu:hu^r born yesterday at thr- Me:liodi%', Ho:, tal in Memphis. Their lirsl chili J. Smith at the Mii<;sri; Holnl ;he has not been nrmed. Jan? N Young. to J. o. Redden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alee Uedrlen of Cuba, Ky. The wedding will be solemnized August, 15. The bride-elect attended Blytlio- vill-: High School before moving lo Mayfield in November. Mr. Redden attended Cuba High School and served two years in the armed forces during Ihe war. He is now in business hi Cuba, where the couple plan to make their home. The FLY-INN Eat at the Airport! Chicken On the Fly •••• Cooked Like Mother Cooks It! <:OLD PLAtE BEEF PLATE PORK PLATE HAM PLATE and All Kinds of Sandwiches! the First Gate Entrance Leads You to the FLY-INN MARIE KOLWYCK Owner & Manager Miss Joyner Honors Miss Sammie Jo Doss Vtiss Sani Jojner entertained Tueiirlay night with a chicken sup- ]:er, yivcn picnic style lit the Mississippi Rivirr in honor of "Miss Hammic Jo Doss cf illcebe, of Mr. anrl Mrs. Eamviel P- Norris. The 20 guests gathered at the Joj ner home before going to 1 lie river. Another out-of-town guest was Miss Ann Garner of Greenwood Miis.. houseguest of Mr. and Mrs Russell K. Marr. Ring Around YOTKT Fingers King Around Your Finger. Choose from a collection outcfand- ing for variety and value. Distinctively styled rings for ladies and gentlemen who appreciate fine jewelry ... and at priccsV)Q TC l)D that are right. 4,5.1 J * FITZPATRICK JEWELRY STORE "It Takes Only 3 Minutes lo Open a Charge Account" ".luck Armstrong" ami Short Conl'il Shows Sut. U:3Q to 11:30 *uui Reductions on Our Own Stocks . . , NEW Prices on Rapidly Arriving New Furniture Make This Sale of Tremendous importance! Mahogany BEDROOM $ 3 Pieces It's liL-cn years since you could buy a suite of this f|ii;tli1y nl lliis price. (Graceful Colonia! styie. with ex detailed sleigh lied . . . Carved mirror frames ... A typical Ansiiisl S;ile value! Tubular Sled Hreaki'asl Set. "> pieces of durable quality that will tjive long; years of .service. USE OUR PAYMEN1 Bing Crosby ProJ^ceis inc. p/esenls ANNE NICHOLS' Abies Released thru UMULD unl Xcws anil Shorts SitnTvln? Pin- 1:15 te li COMING SOON TO THE KIT/, Aug. fi-7-S "Tlin Yearling" ivi.lh GrCK^ry 1'cck *t .fane Wyiiuin Aus- W-ln "SlaJlioii Ko:id" with Untialtl Kcag:in A Alexi.s Smith Aug. 17-IR "Shockini; Miss Pilgrim" with Rptt.v fJr;it)k' ;unl Dick Il:i vines "The l(iifks((rr_s" with d:\rk Oahln, l>cbor;ili Kcrr &• Ava Gardner PLAN Take m'.i:. !nsic of now low cosl p on purchases in our store. \Vo speciii!i/<> in "Fiirmcrs Tornis" nnd loiijj Irrni ropnynicnts Duncan Phyfe Style Living Room Here's ;t mahnRuny Duncan Ph.vfc style living room that yon will he proud to 8 pieces show your friends. I'ricetl amazin^.v low at this sale! ALVIN HARDY Furniture Box Office Opens :U ?:OQ p.m. Show Slurls 7:15 p.m. Opens Sumlnj- l:M: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Son- Bargain Night EvtiT/ Night Except Saturday No passes Honored on S nnd ay at the Rosy Time Young Widow with .Jane Kiissell ;nul Louis Hn,v\viird Selected Short Subjects Serial "CliirU Curler" \o. 12 LIIH! Short Coiil'd Shnus Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Snn»t*y and Monctsy Fox News & Selected Short Subject Continuous Show Smn- I:1&-11:M

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