The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 3, 1947
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KAUE TWO BLYTHEVIU,!'] (AUK.) COUUIEU NEWS WEDNESDAY, SKl'TKMBKK '.',, I'M? Emily Wixson, Society Editor Phono W.i 11 iam .hi.. StpVg.l I Cl a B r i de In Afternoon Rites at Hot Springs Miss Patricia Lee Cilnzner, daugh- Etuekey of Fnyr-ttevilie; Mrs. Keith t«' of Mi's, Capitola Glazne'r o! Hollowny of Fayettevllle, Mrs. J; \V. Hot Springs, becsme the bride of' Osbornc, Mrs. Alonzo Pleemnn and Christian Church Group Meets Wilh Mrs. Terry Mrs. K. M. Terry, Mrs. Sam llunley and Mrs. A. H. Wi'lonkninji were hostesses Monday afternoon .-, _ „,. ....... ,at the Terry home to 2:i members William 1L Stcvnll of Blytheville, Miss Virginia Oshoine, nil of Ma-j o f u,,. woman's Council uJ First son of Mr. ana Jvfrs. W. H. Slovall, ' nila, and 15i und Mrs. Charles E. 603 West Main St., In a ceremony ] Cats of North UUle Rock. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at \ spring Ch;isUa " chl ' rch ln "° l bmcheon Compliments Tlie 'Rev. Harvey M. Reslfovd. ft\is s Mary SllC past*r, officiated at the dotiblc- ringa'ltcs. 1 A three-course luncheon at Ihe Baskets of white gladioli nnd ] F E _ Black home on Hearn Sti'eel while cathedral candles in branch- ycs t m | n y al which Miss Belly Black ed candelabra against n background , wfts j 10b toss complimented Miss Mn- ry Sue Bcrryman, bride-elect of HcAVtivd Graham of Stcele <vnd Cn- I'lilhersville, Mo. Miss Black will Crrlsllan Church. Mrs. Russell Hays Kiivp tlie devotional and Mrs. U played the pV.tno fin Bits of News Mo-itly tin- of palms nnd ferns, decorated Ihe church. Nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Lee Morphcw of Hoi Springs, organist, ,tho also accompanied Miss • ]llonv g mmliy Imogene Gunter of Hot Springs. 1 who sang "Because" by D'llardelot, and ."I I-ove you.Truly", by Bond. Traditional wadding marches were played and during the exchange 01 vows; Mis. Moi'phcw played Groin's "I Love Thee" and ''Oh Love That Will Not Let Me Go." The bride, given in marriage by her brother-in-law. I). C. Edinis- ten of Hot Springs, wore a gown of white slipper sntin with a yoke of sheer marquisette, fashioned with olf-the shoulder ruffle, long bodice finished with deep marquisette rli!- fle and fastened down the back with satin-covered buttons. The long sleeves ended In ealR lily point; and ' the skirt was shirred at the •.valst and ended in a circular train. Her finger-lip veil of illusion fell from a tlare. of seed pearls and she carried n bouquet of orange blossoms centered with a white orchid ' and tied with white satin ribbon. At her throat'she-wore a strand of pearls, a gift'of the bridegroom. Mrs. B. C. Edmisten was her sister's matron of honor. She wor3 a dress of rose moitsseline de solo with,' a fitted bodice and bouffant skirl. Pink and blue. .asters and carnations outlined of her piclnre hat and she-carried a colonial bouquet of (.he'same flowers, lied; wltiufelu'e. tnlle: • The .jnideslnnlds, Miss Frances lienton-and.Miss: Nnlalie Harrison, both of • Hot Springs wore aqua dresses-ami .picture hats identical to thase'of he matron of honor and also; carriea"col(ml(U bouquets of pink and .blueVsters and carnations, lied-wlthV'Pinii:'tulle. Harris<nv :kunz of New Orleans was* : y/r.''St6Vall's best man and groqmsrneiV'iS'erc .G.iis -Cross of, Blytheville, Everett'Croslow ;of Blyllie- villo, Otis Pnrhnm of Bald Knob and Merrill J. Osbovrie of Manila. A'reception was hekl immediately alter the ceremony at,•thejhome o"f tiie bnrie's mother. As'sisiinf; in serving were Miss Rosanne Fraleigh. Miss Kathleen Schner nnd "Mrs. Pearl t-. Moore, all of Hot Springs, The Ir.ce-riraped table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake topped with miniature bride and bridegroom and encircled nt light the laper.s In the wedding cere- 1,'lllj. It. /I. 13UI 1 YlilllM, JIIUlILl'l Ul HH, honor guest ami Mrs U. W. Mill- College Set Has Picnic llns. sister of Mr.s. C>raham. An onl-, ° Tvin crystal horn-pf-plenty vases held branches of clematis to form a centerpiece for Hie main table. Smaller crystal vases containing boiK]tiel.s of the same flowers were placed upon Ihe buffet and sprigs of clcmnlis were lied with narrow white ribbon lo white cards marking each guest's plncc. Marigolds nnd other Summer (lowers were arranged throughout enterlainlni; rooms. A white leather bridal IJOOK was presented Ui Miss lierryimm us a l>lft from her hostess. Included In the guest llsl were Mi's. R. A. Berryman. molhcr of Ihe 1 llns, ol-town Attest was Mrs. Lynn Smith! of Oaruthersville. honseguesl ol the BerrymmiH. Assisting Miss Black in serving were her mother. Mrs. F. E. Black. and Mrs. W. J, Pollard. Vks. Allen is Hostess At Party for Club Eight Club Eight wns entertained yes- :ci'day afternoon by Mr.s. H. C. Alen at her home on Chlckasawba Avenue. A guest olher than members was Mis. Vcrnon Thoinnsson. High score lor Ihe afternoon panics went to .Mrs. Graham Sud- liury and second high to Mrs. Thorn nsson. Mrs. Welcnxiiinp conducted the study course, emitted, "Field Abroad," and taken Iioni the book, Committed Unto Us.". by Willis I.'iinnioli. Ar;si:;ling Mis. Welenkuin]) were Mrs. Ben Henderson. Mr.s. Eric Whillry and Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. Roleson Mostess To Hachahoma Members Mi's. Toler Buchanan played bridge yesterday afternoon with incmlHTs ol the HvU'lmhoiuii IMidue Club When Mis, James Holrson was hostess lo the group. In games, Mrs. Ituleson held high and low went lo Mi;;. W. :i. Ilut- son. A bridge tournament was also concluded yesterday with high :;fote prize going to Mi's. Roleson and second to Mrs. I J uul Lloyd. The hostess .served a dessert course. Mf. and Mrs, R. O. Sheppard ol Paris, Ky., urc visiting Mr. and .Mrs. Dr-wey Slieppard and tamlly at thi'lr home at Homeland. .Students notne li'Ojn the University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle, for the bi'iwccn-terms vacation In- clmle. Jack Hood, Dick Sl-.icy und ^.•jvni N 1 nun. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wadenpfuhl mil son, Karl Jr., have returned frcin Call, ivsas, and New Crleaivs. Ihey wore accompanied home by Mr. Wadenpfuhl's brother. Ray Wadenpluhl of NCA Orleans, who vlll spend this week here as their Patsy Jane Robinson of Keiser Married to Joseph Allen Emerson Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy Wildy o( Eto- jwuli; Miss Julia Ann Brown of I Marlitiina; Miss Rosemary Wei.s I and Richard Weis of Biinkley. When eight members of the college set had a picnic last nirjht Ihe Mississippi River brink :U U:ir- field. guests included Miss Jennie Thomas of Wetumkn. Okla.. honse- I guest of her fiance. Joe j and his parents, Mr. and OKCEOLA, Sept. 3. -'- The Robinson home at Keiser war, the setting for Ihe marriage of Miss Palsy Jane Hobinson. daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. Rofteit Harrison Ho- bliisoii. to Joseph Allen Enierson, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allen EinrrKon of Little liofk. The double- ling rites were solemniwd yesterday aflernoon at 5 o'clock with the Hev. f'hni'l, J. Holilielcl, pastor of the I ; irsl. Methodist Chinch of Keiser, officiating. (•receding the ceremony miptia) music A as presented by Miss liu- 1'ord nunavant, pianist, of Kelscr, and Miss Mary Seitrlock, vocalis!, of Plggotl. Por the processional the ••Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin, b v Wagner, was played, De HiisseyV: "Claire tie I,une" and "Meditation" by Massenet were hoard, and Mis? Seurluck sang "1 Love You Truly" bs- Bontls, aiitl "Because" by D'ilar- d'elot. Oining the exchange nt vows 5'chumann's "Reverie" was played U:'. and Mis. W. F. Brewer are il lioinc iiflor returning from lllo Vista, wlic.'re Ihey spent their Sum- j ^,"j'!' Mrs.' ,1. W. Sykes and Mrs. Harold j Tl "- ""-'hway of cathedral ligh's Ih«m|>.sor. have returned from ', ""•* entwined with Southern sinil- Vleinphis. v.hi-re Ihey were with i :1!i !l "(l tall baskets o! while Klad- Mr Syke.s. who is ;\ patient ut the I ioli - linked on each side with la- Bnptlst Hospital tliere. Cicne Sykos 11".' 1 '- 11 burning in branched candela- i stitdcnt ai the Univci'sily of Ark- l)nl ' wl -' ro silhouetted against a large tnsas. I-'a\ctteville. has also hf-en toy window banked in greenery to ville where Ihey A ill rc-enlcr the University of Arkansas. For tnivel- ing Ihe bride was drc.wd in an emerald giTcn For.-il'.ii.viin TOO! sui'. with matching hat and brov.'n accessories, and v;ore an orcliid corsage. Out-of-town i'tiesls and rclati^'s Inc'lucled the bi-idegrooin's pan-iits, Dr. and Mrs. Cliai-lp.s 1>. V/ickar«i. Mr. nnd Mra. Jolm IT: Orccn, .InUgu , and Mrs. E. K. 'Mf.-Faddin, nnd 1 dauuhler, Mary Ross, Mr. :mcl Mri. J. H. Cotlicll, Jr.. Mr;, fi. K. Nevr- lon. and daughter, Alice; Coilvn Thomas and Thad Graj. all of Little Rock; Mr.s. n". P. Porlls. Mr. and Mrs. Kra:ik Hell, Miss Nina f.ou Ward cl Lepniito, Mr. and Mr.s. Prnce Hobinson ol Pnragonld. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mnye.s, lironkland. Mrs. R. ,1. Riilcnouv. Shri'vc|"jn, Ln.; v.V. and Mrs. Mc;vin S]>eck, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson, Mr. nnd Mr;;. Eugene J^ax'.vell of Osccola: Coming Events THURSDAY Jolly Eight Club members guests fit Mrs. R. A. Cojieland. FRIDAY Miss Virginia Williams will en- terlain with a luncheon at Hvtel Noble In compliment to Miss Mary Sue Bci'vyman. Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 23U8 Medical Test Proved This 1 Great to Relieve MOKTM.Y with his Inlhcr. Mrs. Halllc Kime.s hhs returned Horn n roiir-',vepks visit in comp- ton. Calif., with her brother. 13on p 'inter. She also visited in Mexico. Ward form the improvised altar. 'ru]jj.'rs were lighted by Miss -Vnry Lee Wicknixl of Little Rock, niece I ol Ihe bride, and Miss Nina Lou Angrles mid Hollywood. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Wai!-.- of Leunnto. They wore i- dcniical frocks fitshioncd in blue taffeta '.\Hh sweellicart necklines family and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert | und light filling bodices, and hah- Wade and family were guests over' gajland;: ol pink roses nnd illti- lh{' hfdltiay of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wixle Hr., liml family McClurc Mrs. JOL McClurc. Joe ts home for n brief bi'twei'n- terin 'vncatloii fi'om Oklahon^a A and M., Stilhvater. whei'o he am Miss Thomas are both students, j Miss Mary Ann Smith, who will | enter Texas State College lor Women. Uenton, this Fall, was there with David Sylvester, also hcnm- between the Summer and Fall term at Oklahoma A. and M.. and Miss Frances Shousc, who will return to the University of Arkansas. Fay- Thc home was decorated with! cltcvllle. as a sophomore this week, floating arrangements of asters and I was escorted by Bill Brown, another gladioli florettes. Bouquets of giant 1 student home from A. and M. who purple chrysanthemums were also I will be here until this Wiiuer. when used. I he plans to enter Purdue Univcr- The hostess served refreshments sily. Lafayette, Ind. of pie nnd lee cream. Robinson-Emerson Party Honbrecl at Dinner Here ' ' • r ' ' ' '' MIssi Patsy. Jane Robinson of Keiser, and JoscpAi Allen Emerson of Little Rock, whose mnrringe was solemnized Tuesday night at the home of Miss Robinson's parents in Kelscr, were honored Monday in^;t,r^.«^ S^™' =t "- f ™ in crystal-holders. . . .. t Host and hostess for the affair. attended by nineteen relatives, tuul members of the bridal parly, were } Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Allen Enier- Plans For Fair I Are Completed Auxilic Mor the! Miss • Virginia iladawny of bile, Ala., was in charge o bride's book. Mrs. Qlazner, mother of the bride. accessories' and a ~ corsage of V)in^ ro. c .es. Mrs. Stovall clinse a brown . satin with maiching nccessorles and a corsago ol Souvenir roses. \rnntnT«i The couple left after the reception | J 'ontana for' a ',vedtling -trip lo New Or- Guesls were sentcd nt the T- shnped table draped in white. Greenery interspersed v^\}\ pink Rubans was arranged down the center of the table. Tall leans For traveling.'"the bride chose i white ta P ers liet ' with white bows a coachman sn:V 'of meloh pink ; -" nd entwined with fern lighted which she wore blacli'..accessories j lllc scene, anil sin orchid corsage. This Fall they will return to Pay- ettevllle. where Mr. stovall Is a senior in the School of Arls and Sciences of the University ol Ark- 'Final plans for Ihe concession they will iiiivu al 'he'County Pair. Sept. i;i-23 here, were made by members of the American Legion Auxiliary at a meeting last iiiEjhl. when committee chairmen for the year also were nairnd. Mrs, J. M.'11 will serve us o! iht? ::unccss:cn com- mlltce. u.-:s:.slcd bv Mrs. E. II. Biirfa. Mrs. H. L. llnsseil. Mrs. C. S. ling- get. Mrs. .Inc Sc-ruggs ami Mrs. J. B. Chine. Committee chairmen named by Mrs Mi's, Smith of Cnruthcrs- vllle. Mo., is the housegucst of Mr. and Mrs. u. A. Berryman and family. She came especially for Ihe wedding of Mi.'s -viiry Sue Berryman to Howard Graham, which will be solemnized Sunday. Mis'; Marthn Stewart is at home for :i week's visit. •:,ith her parents. Ihe Hev. and Mrs. Allen D, Stewart and family, before entering Hendrix College, Conway. for her senior year. The Rev. II. L. Robisqn and mother. Mrs. Miiiy Hobison, have hail us their quests the past lew days, Dwight Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs: Charles Roblson and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hanson, all of -St. Louis. Bessie and Billy Slankard will return home tonight from Plggott. where they have been visiting their Grandmother. Mrs. Virmiri 1 Bradnprtl. for the past two weeks. 'VI'. and Mrs. John McNalr and family have gone to Walnut: Ridge to make their home. .'. J Jim Oates left last niglu for. Liberty, Mo., where he will enter Will iam-Jewel College as a fresh- h:an. Vernan Daws underwent nn appendectomy yesterday morning at Walls Hospital. His condition satisfactory. Colic Stevens, Sonny Csborrv.Al- Ireri ...Williams and '.SJi"-'*-"'- Brewer were in St. Louis, for the Cardinal-Pittsburgh^ doublc-heMler. . • ' : '' I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence White of St. Lonis. formerly of Blytheville, returned to their home today af j tcr having spent a few (lays here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Humphrey. Miss Georgeann stilwell was motored yesterday to jonesboro, where she will he a student at Arkansas State College, by her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. George M. stilwell. Mrs. A. B. Wilt of Halls. Tenn., is the u«est of Mi. and Mrs. G. V. Daws and family. • Hairy Haines, son of ML', and sion. The bride \ given in inaiTini-ic by her rather. Slu> wort a wedding t;ov:n o; chnmUly lace dc.sit;[!ctl with u jewel neckline with fitted bodice anil lull skirl, eslciulins into ; > court trnin. Her iwo-liered finger ti[> leiiKth veil or imported illusion was held liy :i tiftra of shirred illusion and can-jilt at cither sUIc .with a cluster ol traditional orange blossoms. K--I' oiily ornament wa.s a strand of pearls belonging to her mother. She curried a colonial bouquet of orchids and valley lilies with puffs or illusion showered with steplin- noiis. Irom which fell streamers nf [ '.\liiu- satin ribbons. Mr.s. Chai'le.s P. Wickard was her sister's matron of honor and only auendam. Her dress was of heaven blue marquisctts and lace, fashioned with a high jewel neckline, and fitte:! bodice of val lace, the lace forming ; > panel in the skirt. Ehe carried a colonial bouquet of pink roses and illusion tied with pink bows. ' Mr. Emerson served his son as best man. Tallowing the ceremony a reception was held in the home. Baskets and-low crystal bowls filled with white Eladioli and nsters were arranged throughout the home. | ... ..The bvidjyl trvble, overlaid with a while, net-'iiloth. featured • a tiered ansas. . She has completed her sophomoTe Al the head of the lable where the honor guests were seated, candles v/ire placed in clusters of greenery and pink and white flowers. An effective central decoration •wns formed by an oblong placque year at the .University^ where member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, ami was graduated Irom Hoi £prinjs^ High School, where she. became' a member of Delta Beta Sigma sorority. Mr. Stovall, veteran of two years service in the South Pacific with the Marine Corps during the war. is vice president of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity- at the University, having served two years as president, and a foiiner president of the Inter-Fraternity council. He was graduated from Blytheville High School. Out-of-town guests attending the ceremony and reception included from Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs Stov- j all,' Mrs. O. Shonyo, (Mrs. J. R. i Stovall, John Robert Stovall Jr.,! Mrs. Varnal Deal, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barnes and Lloyd Porter, and also from cut of town were Mrs. J. C. Hadajay of Mobile, Ala., Sam ' of pink baby bonnets blossoms and white pom-pom asters laid in fern and other urcencry. Meeting The Jayceetes will meet tomorrow niglil at 8 pin. in the Jaycec Clul: Rooni. Mrs Norville Humi»ui-y. president. | H w 1Illln(!S- ail( , cll a,les verc the follow.ns: Mrs. Claud JJn- , [[|i( .. * of M[ . ami lVI , 5 c w .cy. Americanism; Mrs. child welfare; Mrs. Scruggs, finance; ' Mrs. Burks. Girl's State: Mrs. ,1. M. Cleveland, eonstl'ution :mci bylaws; Mrs. Burks, membership. Mi.;. E. L. Crouch, music; Mis. ^I'nul Wiggins, national dolcns:.; r,lrs.'Mar- vin Lane.; Mr.s. Ed Cock, preside!!'.':, parley; Mr;:. Hiif.scll. poppy; Mi.s. SiM'tiggi,, publicity; Mr.s. M. A. 'Middleton. radio Mild Mrs. Cjok. re-liabililalisn. 'A Idler Irom Mr.s. Be.vs Proctor of Little lluck. ior!i\cr.y ol lilviiu 1 ville. \\hcre she mainlains hei 1 mem- bci'.ihip in the Auxiliary. dis:insc'l plar.s for meeting with the group here on Sept. 21. T.vo visitors '.vciv Mr.s. Louis /,?!!- er and Mr:;. Paul Mnhon. Affiick. are at home for a brief time with theii' parents dining a b^tween-terms vacation al the- University of Norlh Carolina, (,'apel \vliere boVh nve stutients. ii)d bi'ldegruotn and garlands "of white asters with bridal Ulu.Vm antl Kalin ribbeiis extending to the corners ending in bowr and clus-1 tcrs of white gladioli and asters. I Tapers in crystal holders burned at each end o! the table. Assisting in .serving \vcr$ Mrs. William Marshall of Keiser and Mrs. Robert Harmon of West Memphis, with Mrs. Frank Bell of nnvio piesicling over th^ 1 bride's book. ' <.f>?.'. '1 he bi'Uie':; mother w.r.'? a e'l.i crepe, v.'ith .setiuins and f pl(* i^" 1 ' 'r 'outlining ihe neck an;l .Vm^Orr line, and a corsage v.'ith ck'.-s^rs c butterfly green orchids. Mrs. E:;i~r- \ son wore grey crepe, with .<,'r>-.'.iH:>r applique of secaiins anil a c^r : ..v.;e ; of lavender orchids. i fnunetliately after (he reception Mr. and Mrs. Emerson, left for a ' wedding tri].- in the C/arks, after '. which they will return to Fayeit:-- ; make extra sure of proper foot growth with Poll-Parrot 3-Poinl Tread lasts help imure proper balance ond poi«. Moulded fniotti ... gentle bul firm tupport for growing bone» and musclcv Wiggle Room means no pinching OT ciomping 1o da- tort y<Xmg feel Inncr-Guide He«li;. woar evenly ond hctp develop E^YATOR. Vo l7 AKE Are yoxi troubled by distress of female ^et^ _ funciloniil inciith!>\/7?wv^:? dtsturbaiu-e^? TJn^s&V^' 1 " ttils iiifike you suIJt-rx^''^ from pftln, led sii »< voits, rt'stti-.^ weak — at sviUi tlmi-aV Then ^^•'^ & DO try Lydln K. Pink- -*- 1 ™*" ^"^ ••'<- 'potuiU i<r r.'ile','o such symptoms! j In u ii-fL'iiL jufdtcMl :i:M Mukham's Cot»pQ\iiid jfrovtsl rPinnr'/.tO^'iy h<-;plu) to ltf o)iien truuhlc'd this vjuy. It's v.'hut Docu'is cnlt u \iterlnt- sedative. It hi** a l^ruinl Kooililtitt eftt-ci on one f/ ti'oirttin'.* most inij>f'fttint ori/ar.s. Tohfir. regularly — rijjkluuu'a Coin- POi.UvU iltiljln JjUllrl up Iti.l-:\J»»tC to Ml'.'ll distress. A!MJ a i;ieat stc^.aclitc UJDU;! IYOIA F- PINKHAM'S % MOSS BRYAN PRESENTS Newly Acquired Modern and Antique Merchandise From His Recent Eastern Trip THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 1:30 fro. Last Time Today Stairway to Heaven 1 " 'J ' with [l;ivitl Nivni and Ituymoml MILS spy Selected Short Subjects Continuous Sliowin^ Everyday Thursday and Friday IMWM"--^ : in a nev/ and different 1 role with lovable JUNE 1ALHSON M-G-M's ( HIGH BARBAREE Paramount Xe\vs and Short tontmutius Showing Uvcrytlay There'l mofo of <v«iything in Poll-Porrol Archmol;cT» ( m<MC lool luppoit, more fool gyiclonccj, more profextfon for growing feel. That'* v.tiy ArchmoVcr* now con be 10 impoilcnt to your chiTd't fcoT lol«i on. Brmg your child in ond ice Ihe culro protection your chifd'i (eel gel in Poll-Parrel ArchmaVen. Family Shoe Store Tv.o \vaigcs "f tnilorccl t;icc conic lo ;i point v\itli sc;illo]Kcl enchantment. 1'rcUy, pretty.. . peering pust your jacket... or enjoying the <l;iy- li"ht, solo! Textron* rayon crcpc, easily washable ... in wondrous \\1iite. Si/cs r- t" ^8. NEW YORK STORE Box Office Opens al 7:00 n ». Show Starls 1:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:00; Sla.-r 1:15 Continuous Sliows Sat. an-( Sn;L Bargain Nlglit Ever? Night Eicept Saturday N* passes honored on Snnday »l the Roxy Last Time Todar DOUni.K !•']•: ATI IRK Kox Office Opens fi-.t.l People Are Funny with Jack Hairy ,V IJudy Vallrr \t Shouldn't- Happen to a Dog with Allyn .loslyn A- Carole I.andis Tluirstlay nnd I'riclav TWO SISTERS JOKE HLTSU Selected Shorts <:ontlnooas Sliow

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