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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 8, 1948
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MONDAY, MARCH 8, 1918 Bl.YTHKVIU.B (AKK.) COUfMKR NKWS -Sodetu, w Phone 4161 Wiss Vivian Flagg Is Wed To Edward Calvin Slilcs Miss Vivian FlnEg. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Flags, became ,he bride of Edward Calvin Slilcs, sou of Mr. »nd Mrs. Wtlclie L. Stllrs yesterday afternoon, 1:30 o'clock hi ihe study of Ihe First Methodist Church. The Hev. Allen D. Slewait, paslor, f iciatcd at the double ring rites Ihe presence of a few Intimate srlends and relatives. The bride wore an original suit of aqui wool, with a light, fitted bodice which extended Into a pephun. Here accessories were in brown and her small brown lint was fashioned with R shoulder length veil. Her frock was complemented with shoulder corsage of white camellias. Miss Hosana Cleveland was male of honor. She wore a light Rrey two piece linen suit with brown accessories. Guy Burks icrved Mr. Stiles as best man. Following a brief wedding trip the young couple will return heio where llicy will make their home at 317 E. Missouri St. Annual Banquet Is Held By H. S. Garden Club The Mirror Room of Ihe Hotel Noble was the setting Friday niRht, when members ot the Garden Club of the high school had their annual banquet. Soft strains of "MoonlLRht And Roses" were played by Miss Gay Garrlgan, pianist, as the club members together with their escorts and other guests entered the dinins hall. Each escort was given a carnation from a brightly colored basket as he entered the room. The welcome address was tfiven by Miss Mary Morgan, president, and the response by Harold Traylor. Miss Carolyn Wade save the Invocation. ^|{is5 Jo Anne Tricschmann sang ^pjd Fashioned Garden", accom- palned by Miss Garrignn at Ihe piano. Miss Peggy Fieeman read Ihe poem "The Daisy" and Ihe slory of the "Lilac", was given by Miss Barbara Monahgan. Miss Tricschmann and Jimmy Henry sang a duet entitled "Tic The Apple On The Lilac Tree", followed by Miss .limmie Frances Clemmons who rclaled a story on "Ivy". Miss Marion Mayes told a story of the "Rose".' Mrs. Dole S. Briggs. founder of the Junior Garden Club, was BucsL speaker. She chose for the subject "Garden Beautiful". The farewell, "Closing The Garden For The Day", was given by Miss Morgan. The tables at which dinner was served, were covered with white cloths and centered with May poles. Long multi-colored streamers and miniture dolls in long pastel dress- Wed Yesterday Dinner Paity Is Given At R. L. Dedman Home Mr. and Mrs, R. L,. Dedman were host and hostess Saturday night when they entei-lalned with a dinner party «i. their home on West Ash, honpilng their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Groomr. who were the. 8"''st singers al the Christian Chinch yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Stevens all of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs Don Fletcher of Joiner. Dinner was icrved buffet style from the dining Uble which was overlaid w:ih a yellow and blue linen cloth and centered with an attractive arrangement of Spring flowers flanked by white burning in crystal holders. Following the dinner, card tames were played by Ihe 24 guests attending. Bits of News Coming Events Social Calendar We the Wometl PAGE flV* Mrs. Edward Calvin stiles was before her nmrrin^c yesterday nflev- noon. 1:30 o'clock in the study of the First Methodist Church, Miss Vivian Flaeg. dmiKhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest FUgg. Mrs. Jack F. Robinson Is Complimented At Tea Mrs. Veach Is Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs. Roy Vcncli was hostess Thursday afternoon lo rlglit members of the Lost Cane Home Demonstration Club when they met at the cliibhtnue for- Uio regular monthly session. Mrs. Lewis Bauglier, president, presided during the business meeting. The devotional, taken from tile book o[ Joshua, was given by Mrs. Vcach. During the business meeting Mrs. John A. SlaUer was elected as the new secretary and treasurer to serve the remainder of the term. Mrs. Veach, who is. the clothing chairman, asked that each member make one garment of clothing to be jml- Bcd lor a prize at the club meeting In April. Following the meeting, refreshments were served by Ihe hostess. Mrs. Cdrington to Speok At D. A. R. Meeting Mrs. Jack Pinlcy Robinson, who prior to her marriage Feb. 7 was Miss Ellene Lamb of West Memphis, was complimented Saturday afternoon when Mrs. C. E. Crtggcr Jr.. Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs. PhiHijxs Rotolmon nnd Mrs. Eric Whitlcy entertained \ ith an informal tea at the Crigycr home on : West Walnut. Approximately CO I , , ,, . , , „ guests called between the hours of j , M '' S - Ju '» w - Mrmgton of Oscc- 3 to 5-30 i>m i "'"• vvll ° ls lnc curator of tlic state Pastel shades In Sprlns colors, orsaiiizniion of the D. A. R., will were used in the decorations of bc thc B"- sl speaker tomorrow af- the home ternoon at the meeting of the Chnr- The dining table, covered with an ! lcvolx chapter at 1 o'clock at Hotel Italian cut work cloth :.eld as a i Noble. Miss Ruth Massey. also or centerpiece, a strikiiiK arrangement i Osccola, who Is slate chairman of of snapdragons, tulips and stock conservation, will attend the meeting. Mr. ami Mrs. Alums Tiiylor mid son, DumtUI of Memphis, spent the weekend here us Kiiesls of Mr. Taylor's sister. Mrs. o. n. Alexander. Mr. iuui Mrs. K. H. Ferguson are Ihe parents of n daughter born Wednesday at Walls Hospital. Thsli second child, she has been named Uremia Sue. Mr. mid Mrs. O, 1). Alexander hitt 1 ns their quests yesterday their daughter. Mrs. Harold Walker, Mr Walker and children Bobby R »nd Mary Ann of Ciiruthersvllle. Mrs. L. C. McC'auslaml of SI Charles. Mo.. Is spending severa days as of Mr. and Mrs. Garth Ciistilo unit family. Mrs. Vlomvce McElvoy o( Wynne, tapers | Arki )s V | 5 |i( ng \ m Bunti Mrs Mi W. Lewis for n week. Mate Mclvln I). Crowe of Philadelphia, Pcnn,, is spending several dnys here as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crow. Mrs. F. M. Foster of Wynne. Ark., returned to her home yesterday after a week's visit with Mrs. Garth Castllo and family and Mrs. Cora Meliza. She was accompnlncd by Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Llndley mid Miss Until 1'oster who visited here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whltls unit daughter, Mrs. Cecil Jnmes of Cirecnflcld, Tcnn., have returned to their home after vIsltinR theli' son. Harry N. WhltLs, .Mrs. Whltls and young son. Mrs. C. W. GnrrlBim hits returned from a week's visit In Tallulah, I.a., with Mrs. J. D ilutlbrook and oilier friends. Mrs. Hollbrook lor- mei-ly made her home here. Mrs. Doyle Henderson, Mr.s. W. K. McDiinlel, Mrs. Slegbert Jledel nncl Mrs. C. W. Onrrlgnn spent dntur- drvy in Memphis where they altend- ,.,,„,, . M»n<l»y 1 in n few sliorl months Mrs. Amc- I i.,? , i s Au * miu '>' 0( "Jf Merlin has become, such n slave lo Church inee in K In ; ,,, sl , l . h ,, n:TA s , ,„ circle groups. Circle One will mcel, ... m ,.„ [...,. with Mrs. E. II. uiicnslilrc. 2:30 i pin.; Circle Two with Mrs. Znl Allle Sell* Iclls a fishhif slory with a tw'.<l. F'-o said she was fishing In K pond near here when she retched The H. Harrison «t 7:00 p.m.; circle Three of Mrs. u s. llurtw>6 nl U:'JO p.m.; Circle rvnir nl (he home of Mrs, 0«s Homer with Mrs. Clyde Wilson al co-hostess at 8:00 p.m.; and the Business Women's Circle will meel nl llic church for a ' Nimn Mipiw al 1:00 p.m. O. E. O. Club nieellni! at Ihe home o[ Miss Vcra Goodrich. Gleaners Sunday School class of the Firsl Baptist Church nu'cllnit at the home of Mis. Charles renn at 8 o'clock, W, s. C: S. of the First Mcllm- :llsl Cliurcli will have Ihclr regular [iionthlv program meetlni; nl 2:30 p.m. at' llic clmrch. W. M, U. of the First Raplls 1 . Church will meet in circle group.*. Circle One will meet al llic horn, 1 of Mis. Vuriml r»l; Circle Two meeting with Mr.s, Charles R. New- romb; Circle Three meeting nt the home of Mrs, W. L. Moxley; Circle Ktour meeting with Mrs. Alvln Jluff- nian Jr.; Circle Klve meeting nl the home of Mrs. Jesse Scemnn nnd Circle Six ineetitiR at Ihe home o[ Mrs, J. SV. naydci 1 , Tuesday Ch.nlovolx Chapter D. A. It w.ll have I o'clock luncheon nt Hotel Noble with Mrs, Jnmes Mill Jr. nnd Mrs. C. !•'. Tucker as hostesses. Trl-Town Bridge Cln'o bcins on- teitained ut Ihe home of Mis. Jmn^s Lee Brooks, l.-\ Neiu-r Club nu'etlng with Miss Mary Adali Robinson. Senior lllch School P. T. A, niccl- Ing al 3:00 p.m.. lu'ccccdorl by Executive Board meeting nt 2:3!) p.m. Dr. Edna Mies will be guest speaker. LUC iilrc.icly (cl3)t'.'; ----. ... .... ,„ , I her those exaggerated clolhes sho members of Ihe •lluiv.Mlny Club. ! boushl Inst yenr In honor ol lh« Jolly ElBlit Club mc-.'lii'i; nt the ".\>v,- i^ok" ure Just loo. loo ex- home of Mrs. D,m Ilnley. trenic. Octette Chib nu'in'jcrs bring ell-! g a Mrs. America now shops In lerluliu'd at the home of Mrs. M. N.j fcnr nnd trembling, The suit or out lo catch hold of a fallen tn« limb. At that moment, a laic* (ite- nel leaped qut ot the waUr and Into her ?.rms. "I was to surprised," she aid, "I threw him back in." The world's holiest weather do«a not occur anywhere near the equator, but, In areas near th« Tropfc* of Cnncer ami Capricorn, Mid-Week Club lu'lnx enlertnlned by Mrs. M. A. IMUU'S. l-'rlday Blythevllle Clhl ScouU will present tin International Friendship program ut the High School Auditorium at 7*30 p.m. Kach troop will bo represented and the public Is Invited to attend, Mrs, Cecil Graves entertaining members of Ihe Alpha Beta llunco UHiu. C. 13. C. Club members meeting at the homo of Mrs. Cornelius Sclicrer, Civic Calendar MomUy Junior Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors—7:30 p.m. Tuesitity lilmir. club—12:15 p.m. / •: -.1 l,ii;!i]|i--a:UO p.m. Cliy CnuiK'll—«:tll) i>.m. ^^'^dnt•:;(l:ly Klwnnls Club—12:10 p.m. I llulury Club—12:10 p.m. Osceo/o Event: dies 1 ! shown her looks okay now. B:it will It l» the right length In a tew more montlu? Will Ihe. fullnc.u sllll be In Ihe right place? Il's qulle * prob'em. So Mrs. A. reads all Die fashion news she can lay her hands on, goes from slorc lo store "Just looking," and when she ritKTi buy something, worries j over whether or not slie Ins mart': a mistake. KnUr the Jllten The clothes tudvislvy treats Us slaves with iitiiimt contempt. H lur;ieil out H lol of outlandish number,*, and told women they must rfo In for them or be oul of style, 3o women bought them. Now the fash- Ion Industry locks with an amused nnd superior Mr on Ihose same .styles niul comes up with a modified sllhouclle — In much better taste—It say.i, So Mrs, America has the clollu-s J'.ller.".. The cnu'l build an ailcqinue v.'urtlvnbe with any n.ssuvance \vha'.- sycvcr. Gun:—perhaps forever—arc the flood old days when the basis ur tlu- "^otitl" -•iull Wj'ji n sour./l Inves'.menl. Today It'i Just aiiutluir 'I'liestlay Uotary Club meetlni; at tlu^ Mus- onlc Hull at l'J:10 p. in. Ame-rlcan Legion Auxiliary meeting at the Legion Hut at I'.'M p. m. Club -Ifl meeting til the home nl Mis. lilllult Hurlnlu ill 7:30 p. m. Moss Bryan Invite* Your Patrana)* The GIFT SHOP Modern and Antique Gifts In Blyrheville, Arkanias 'Club -17 mt-etlng nt Ihe home of - —.. Mrs. W. II. O'KccIc, Ihe former i ed the show, "Harvey" at the Kills M j ss June Ciosncll. will be honored i Ml '- s - B - b ' N ," lh " 8 ; Auditorium, wilh a miscellaneous shower at Ihe 1 . ,, '"""'"ay Frank O. Seay »nd i n. B. Purvis home, wllh Mrs. T. H.' Klwnnls Club inccllnR ul (he " "" Curn way, Mrs. Grace Wllks ami Mrs.! Klcmcntnry bchpol at 1:00 p.m. Purvis as hostesses nl 7:30 p.m. I Trhliiy Mrs. H II. Iluuchlns will be hus-l Tvv " '"' )lc l ' lllb '»^«»« " l llle less to Chnplor D. I'. K. O. Sister- ! hol "° of Mrs - Xckn ''"'lord, Victoria hood, with n 1 o'clock luncheon at j" 1 - :0 ° ''• '"• the Hotel Noble. Avalon Bunco Olnb mectlnK ut Ihe liomc of Mrs. Eddie Find Jr. Town and Country Club helm: en M]'. and Mrs children, Tommy nnd Bretida Kay, spciH the wcckeiul tn Memphis. Bryant Stewart, student R( Arkansas stale, Joncsboro, spent the w-eekcnd here as guckt of. his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. n. !•'. Stewart. Tbc Hev. and Mrs, Jnmes A. Ov- crholscr of Greenwood, S. C., and formerly of Blythcville are the CHANGED .fllFE?J! ,\T« yuii yohiu Uuoildli Ihe finn:Uou»l 'middle nc.o' jirrlort pcoullir (o noinrn (,ia lo 52 yri,}? Dot! thU ni*k« you mffrr from hot n»«hci, f««l-o nerv~ out, liLKh-MniiiK, llrfrt? Then BO try l.ydta i^- ] l li\kh«in'» V»B«i)vh)c compound lo rtllrve inch ByLiiploinJ. I'liikluun'R Coinvoinirl nlKn hna wlmt Doctor i cull K •toninclilc, tonic aff nut I LVDIft E. PINKHAM'S Relief At Last ForYour Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly b»* causa It coes right lo th« «e»t ot th* ' trouble, to help loosen aad expei germ Indc-n phleem, and aid nature to soothe and heiU raw, tender, In* flamed bronchial raucout m»m- brtneit. Tell your druatot to sell you m bottla of CrromuUion with the understanding you must like the wa? it . quickly allays the cough or you an I to havo your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chnt CoUs, BroncSitii The subject chosen for the meet- in a silver bov;l, flanked by soft glowing tapers of pastel shnucs sliver candelabra. The assorted par- i ing tomorrow is "State Projects of ty foods added to the attractive- I the D. A. R." Hostesses will be Mr.s. parents of a (laughter born Mureh 4 [>t the Greenwood Hospital. Tliclr third child, she has been mimed, Geneva. The Rev. Mr, Ovcrholser was. (oimcily iitistor or the First Presbylcrlan' church In Blythc- ville. James Hill Jr.. nnd Mrs. C. F. Tucker. Mrs. Barham Is Honored By Mrs. R. L Dedman < Mrs. Russell Barham of Colorado Springs, Colo,, who formerly made her home here and who has been honored at several parties recently was again complimented when Mrs. R, L Dedman entertained Friday at her home on West Ash- During the afternoon, card games were played with Mrs. Eric Whitlcy winning high score and Mrs. J. C. Lowe, bridgo in, the bridge games played and Mrs, Carl Wallace winning high score in the games of pitch. Attractive arrangements of gladioli and. other Spring flowers were used in the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs, Barnam was presented ^ corsage of red carnations by the hostess. Refreshments of ft salad plate with Iced drinks were served. By Miss Alice Saliba ca were placed down the length of thc^eak£s C '^ere'le'aled.^i Spaghetti Supper Given centered with a bouquet of Picardy " "*" A1 ' ^gladioli. Placecards were miniture P.skets in pastel shades. Miss Luna B. Wilhelm is sponsor of Ihe club and Miss Rosa Hardy and Mrs. Briggs were special guests. ness of the setting. The buffet was centered with a replica of the centerpiece on the ! table with gladioli and other Spring ' (J/ufe Is Entertained flowers arranged in the entertain- £ " ^ "f " ing rooms of Ihe home. By Mrs. S. An. Hodges The guest ot honor chose tor, „„„„„. . . v . „ ... the occasion a smart frock of black I u^t.ULA, ArX,, Mar. 8—Mrs silk faille fashioned with the bal- ' lerina skirt and black r.ceessorics. \ A corsage of yellow rosebuds was pinned at her shoulder. M. Ilodgo-s was hostess at her home Friday afternoon to two tables of club members and one guest, Mrs. L. E. McAIistcr. In the bridge games played Mrs, Edward Seagraves won high score nnd Mrs. M. S. Wagoner, second high. A dessert course with hot drinks Miss Alice Saliba was hostess at | was served. her home Friday ni^ht. T o'clock,! with a spaghetti supper honoring | Jj m Henry to SOCO/C her Sunday School class of the First i ... i .,/ ./ . . Presbyterian Church. At Auxiliary Meeting Miss We/born Is Hostess With Dessert Bridge OSCEOLA, Ark.. Mnr. B—Miss June Welborn entcrialncil the 17 Club with four tables of bridge and Ihree Kueslfi, Mrs. Marsha] Klilic, Mr.s. Maria Ahlf and Miss Hetty Sctnmes. at her liome Thursday. In the games played Mrs. Billy Ayres won high, and Mrs. K. A. Hook, second high. The Easter motif was carried out l]i the refreshments nnd tallies. Bouquets of mixed Spring flowers were arangcd throughout entertaining rooms of the home. A dessert course was served. I u-rtalucd at the home ot Mrs, O. Ci. Caudlll. i Wednesday BrlclKC Club meeting [ wllh Mrs, W, J. Wniulerllch. Sndbury p.-T. A. meeting nl 3:00 p.m.. preceded by Executive Hoard meeting ul 2:30 p.m. Thursday ; Mrs. Clyde EldridKc enlertiilnlng j members of the Friendly Eight Chili nl her home. Mrs. A. G. Little cilterl:ilnln-{ The supper was served al individual tables which were covered with white cloths and centered with miniature Easter rabbits. Guests included the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd. Officers of Ihe class arc Jean Campbell, president: Ben Young, vice-president and Ailccn Wembcrly, secretary and treasurer. Miss Saliba was assiste ing by her mother. Mrs. J. A. Saiiba. At The Hospitals Blythevillr Hospital d: Mrs. E. H. Wallace, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Spencer Kcssler. Rle. 1, cily. Mrs. W. T. Pillar and baby, file. 2, city. Mrs E. H. Ferguson and baby, city- Mrs. Donald Vcach and baby. RHEUMATIC PAIM i Don't put off getting C-2223 to're- lieve pain of musculur rheumatism nnd other rheumatic pains. Cnulion: Use only as directed. First bottle purchase- prico back if not satisfied. 60o and Jl.OO. Today, buy C-2223. • When lientl-cold iniiwry mukcn you filial) Tor "' r . m11 ' " l " M! "'."'" raw nnd tender, reach for noolliinK Mcillholiilum mill B-IMi-A-T-l I-B! Mvnlliolnliim unnluiim romfort- ing Cauiphor uiul iiiinLy Alenlhol, two fiimou*. fnit-acting ingiedi- onU thnt help thin out thick mucuH, rnducu nwellln^i floothn cold-inflnmerl mumhrnneB. Soon norcncM 1'iiiwa up, head atnrla to clear. Hon'ttnVi! hmd-rolrl misery lying down—nmi Mentholntum. »1SO tttlEKtS CHEST-COLD IUKINISS, HAUL IHnATION AND dUfflSS ContinuoitH Shows livery Day Kox Office' Opens 1:45 Show Slarts 2:00 I.ISTKN TO KLCN l:0« ..m. U:4. r > p.m. 4t30 p.n Crossed Signals Cost Speeder $10 Fine GREEN BAY. Wls. (UP) — Bertram C. Mason was tagged foi OSCEOLA. Ark.. Mar. 8.—Jim Henry, member of Ihe Osccola High School faculty, will be principal I speeding Hs"told the .policc'men lie speaker at the meeting of the, was hurrying hemc because one ol American Legion Auxiliary tomor- | his children was having a convtll- row night. 7:30 o'clock, at the Legion Hut. His subject will be "Americanism." Mrs. Josle Cook, president of the ry, will conduct the business meeting and Mrs. Jim Henry arid Miss Helen Martin will present a musical program. Miss America Arrives In South African City JOHANNESBURG. March 8. (UP) —Barbara Jo Walker of Memphis, Miss America of 1947. arrived late Sunday by air for a five-day visit in South Africa. She will participate In the selection of Miss South Africa in ceremonies tomorrow, she snid she would resume her university studies sion. The solicitous patrolman Insisted on accompanying the father home. Once Inside the house. Mason outcd ."Who is sick, honey " His wife, who was sitting" calmly, said, "No one." Mason was fined $10. ^Thc recent war, according lo a ^•Key. forced 500,000 small concerns out of business. Mnnila. Mrs. Tommy Dclgy and baby, Rle. 1 when she returns to"in'e"sta'tcr George Moses, cily. Newton Duckworth, Manila. O. E. Hanner, city. cjsed without "dosing" when you rub throat, chest and A * • ^> «^ *» back at bedtime %/| C K S with time-tested W V*PORU« i Try This for Sighs! little boys SUMMER WASH SUITS assorted colors U7 / s$2.98up Shoulder Strap Diaper Bags '2. Assorted Colors - For the Baby MUSICAL NIGHT LITE Plays Brahm's Lullaby only $5.95 Deluxe BASSINETTES only $5.95 THE TOT SHOP Mrs. Maurice( Shirley) Sanders 110 South 2nd St. Phone 2308 See Your Pontiac Dealer for Clean, Goodwill Used Cars: 2 Door Hydramatic 19420ldsmobile'8' - - $480 4 Door Down 1942C!ievrolfif $440 2 Door Hydramatic Down 19420ldsmobile r 6'---$320 Sedan Special ""»» 1941 Pontial - T - - $395 Down See Us For Ponliac Parts! Smith Pontiic Co. Or 126 South Lilly St. Phone 4371 So You're Ready For Spring Cleaning! THEN HERE'S SOMETHING YOU SHOULD KNOW — About Cleaning — Where to get it Last Time Today Dishonored Lady with ICcdy Lamarr anil Dentils O'Kcefe PArmntiunt News und onorls Continuous Klinuiug Everyday Done We don't slop willi dry cleaning clothes In order (o provide you with a complete and reasonable cleaning service. Our interest lies in other mutters, loo. For instance, spring cleaning. You'll find lhaf this yearly dread !s really no more lhan a fear if yon trust your work lo I'KKHLKSS. Our prices are rcasonahlc and afford a new freshness about your home thai comes only from our complete dry cleaning. Slnp. now, and look around. Sec some things that really NEED out' excellent service? Why not make a list of thes* things as you see them and have our roule man call. You'll lie surprised how easily and how reasonably your spring cleaning can really be! Get These Items Cleaned to Perfection: • Curtains • Drapes • Slipovers • Rugs • Blankets • Shades One Try With Us Will Convince You! PEERLESS CLEANERS •ll(i South l'i;i::ldin Street Phone Tuesday und Wednesday PEGGY CUMMINd VICTOR MATURE ETHEL BARRYMORE IfAOSS ROSE. COMING! Scudda Hoo Scudda Hay with June llavrr and I.on McAlUiter Box Office Opens 6:3* Show SUrls 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; SUrls 1:15 Conllnuuus ShuU'K Sat. & Sun. B;ir;:iin MR|I! Every Mthl Elxcepl Sr.turHuy Nu passes lionureil on Sunday at Kosy Theatre- Last Time Today Spiral Staircase with (icorge Rrent and Dorothy McGuire Kox IMovictone News and Shorts Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLK FEATURE This Love of Ours Merle Obcron wllh and Clamle fUii* 3nd ANN 'SHERIPANm CITY R>* CONQUEST

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