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PAGE TWO Emily Wixson, Society Edito BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone HC1 Harvey T. Kidd Speaks To Beta Sigma Phi Group The "Sermon on the Mount", from the fifth, alxth and seventh chapters of Matthew, were* discus- led last night by the Rev. Harvey T. Kidd, pastor of First Presby- t*rl»n Church, at a meeting ol the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Slg- jna Phi sorority. Mrs. Ted Lys'.er and Miss Emily Wixson were hos- te«« to the 'group 'at Mrs: Lys- t«r'« home on Walnut Street. The pattor. pointed out that the "Sermon on. the -Mjount". comider- ed the greatest of .all sermons; brings out the general principals In Bride-elect Honored By Pandoria Whitworth Miss Elizabeth Marllti. who will become the bride of Rcece Woolen in n ceremony Saturday, was complimented Monday night with a .shower given by Miss Pnndorta Whltwnrlh nt her home on Ken- lueky Avenue. Tile rooms used In entertaining wcrn decorated in Full (lowers. In Iho bridal contest a prize wna awarded to Mrs. B. W. Woolen. A white wedding cake replica centered the dining tabTo, which cake was filled with assorted fa- Kathryn Wahl Becomes Bride of Gilbert Mann Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wahl today announced the wedding of their dHuijliicrj Miss Kathryn Wahl, to Gilbert Mann, all orBlylhcvJJte, The wedding was solemnized Bunday nl Hcnianrto, Miss., with the Key.. J. C. Wasson, .pastor ol the Methodist Church there, officiating. The bride was graduated from Ulytlici'illeHtfih School and Is employed at lluddlcslon and company. He attended Armorel High whlch ,Tesu& believedr ..''.There arc vms. two things one first notices about j The quest of honor wore a brown suit nitli brown accessories. She tJiU Sermon", the R«v. Mr. Kidd laid. "The first it .that -It Is written In simple language and the second, that It Is practical." He discussed various phases of th« "Bennon on the Mount" which . plnncrl at her shoulder a corsn<je of rosebuds, a gift of the hostess. A dcsc-rt course was served. + » • Rusliees are Honored With Sorority Party Corps for 10 months service and 1* now connected with tho U. 8. Government Engineer!!. The couple will make their horn* temporarily at 221 Dougan St. * • « Harry Bogan Honored With Birthday Supper ,_ r _ _ Tlic Aphn Beta Chapter of Epsl- pointed out that throughout Ion Sigma Alpha sorority met last Sermon \Jesus was saying that nlnht at Hotel Noble with Mrs. j • of happiness is Margaret Gc-an ninylork and Miss Ploy Ami Sample as hostesses. Theme o' the program Wns "Mauj tiers ruirt Good Behavior." and | talks were given by the charter Harry nognn was honored last' night with a spaghetti slipper given In celc.bmllon of his bhthdny by Mrs. I3oi!"n and their daughter, Miss Dortha Uociin. . A central decoration for the la- blc where the 12 guests were served v/ns of roses and yellow chrysanthemums, Including money, worry, criticism and relationship between people, He explained the best known parts and the Sermon the real essence through character. The Rev. Mr. Kidd was Introduced by Mrs. Jim Crafton, advisor Ipr the sorority. Honored (it the party were new • members of the sorority. . pledges. Pledges are Miss Jnnc Guests wore six new vuahees, Miss p f^, . „/ . Casillo, Mls» Ruth Seay. MissShir- Fnyon Porter. Miss Mnry Wood, t'Or Ullb Light ley Barham, Miss Martha Blovlns,: Mrs. Pxlno Lee Long, Mrs. James Mrs. Richard Osborne. Mrs. Her- Vest, Miss Gyone Erhnrrit and bert Chllds, Miss Nora Simpson. Miss Willie Mae Johnson. Miss Nnncy Hnrl was selected by the group to represent the chanter Bridge Party is Given Mrs. E. M Terry Jr., Mrs. Fred Steadman Miss Deen La Rue, Miss Josephine Shibley. Also a guest In the bi'auly contest sponsored by was Mrs. Cliff Bunting. .;the Alpha Alpha Chapter of thc During a brief business session. Epsilon Slgmn .Alpha in Columbia, conducfed by Mrs. Dick Watson. S. C. . president, p)an» . were made for. « « • icomfng social events, These will P a c»ov is Hnnnrfrl Include a "hobo'- parly C3cl,2r r ™ St °'; , lb ™.noiecl. given by Misses Iva and Ruth seoy l/\t Birthday OUPDCr • ' and a tea Nov. 6 at the home of: , J .' , • . ' . MUs Dorothy Jaan Hlgglnson, both Tlio Chapel Department ot First' complimenting .pledges..'.•... \ , j Bnptlsl church entertained Mast Serving on committees, (or the i night at the home of Mr."-and Mrs; 1 two affairs will 'be Mrs. Joe .\V.:[,Burks Barker with a surprise blrth- Mrs. Otto Scrape entertained members of Club Eight with a party McHaney, Miss. Ila jRog'ers, .Missi a , iy supper honoring the-Rcv. D. B. Jettye Claire Hxiffirian, Mrs. Wat son, Miss Pandoria .Whitworth, Miss Martha .Frances Stevens, Miss j chapel. The supper Vera Godrich. Mis Alice Snllba i t i, c ynrrt 0( Bftl .k c . r and Mrs. Frances Gammill. When tho Rev. Mr. and MrslBlefl- Miss Seay gave a brief bnr-k- ' ground and hli Blcdsoc, [issocialo pnstorrof .FHrfil ^liurch and pas(or^ofHhe I'asygiveh' in Ization and Mrs. rity traditions: -terved to the ^32 members' and Missionary Nlcet Held [ ; At Rupert Graflon Home Mrs. Rupert Crafton and Mrs. Tom Martin were hostesses Motley / afternoon at the Crallon lionie on Chlckasawba, • Avenue to the Woman's Missionary study Group of Thc Rev. Mr. Bicdsoc '-\i'as pre-" seulcd a gilt o[ H platforri\ rocker by the group. -. 'n Osceola Supper Club Has Party at Cramer.'sv :; 1. • . :- •• ,..-• last night at her home. Early Fall (lowers decorated en- Icrlnlnlng rooms of tho home and thc hostess served an assorted plate with coffee. Mrs. Jesse White won high score and Mrs. Scrape received second. * • * Mrs. Driver Elected. President of W. M. S. pacfiOLA, Oct. 8. — Mts.'Jettie Driver,jwill..serve R.I president of Ihe Wbrrinn|s' Missionary Society of'First Haptlst Church; foVowIng •her Election at a meeting Monday afternoon nt'lhc church"."' Other officers elected were Mrs. A. p. Glajscoe, young people's director; Mrs. Scnrcy Mears. first vice president; Mrs. A. E.. 'iliorne. second vice president; Mrs. Frank Willlam.v recording secretary; Mrs. J. T.-Rhbttds, corresponding secretary; Mrs.'C. M. Morton, trcpsurer. Circle 'chairman: will be Mrs. W. P. Il Hnlc; : Circle. One; Mrs. K. j Kearney,: Circle Two; Mrs. John Dougliiss.-BiiBlncss Women. Mrs.J. J, -Roberts will serve as community-, mission chairman and olhcr . , ...•»,• . . r ,.t, .chilli-in tin will be Mrs. C. A. OSCEOLA, Oct. 8. — Pour tablesfStrange, literature; Mm. Roy Cox. of guests, members of thc Supper! orphnnnge; Mrs. o. E. Dean, Mar- Club and seven oilier guests, .were. ! 8.»v»e fund; "-- '—- Progressive Club Has 1st Fall Meet; Speck Is Speaker OBCBOUA, Oct. * _ R«p. L«| le Speck spoke to members of the Oi- ceola Progrtwlve club at the organization'! fir it Fall meeting yuter- day afternoon at the home of MM. John w. Edrlnrton. Assisting Mr«. Edrington In entertaining were W. V. Alexander. Mrs. Madeline P. Camr&ell, Mrs W D. Fiannlgan, Mrs. G, Erlckey Mrs p. H.Blackwood.Mr.. George Abrey Mrs. Jimmy Ban, Mr». R. o. Bandy Mrs, Fred Alcprn. Mr«. R. B. Bailey Mrs. Ed Bowie*, and MM. E, R. Bo- t'tui. Discussing his subject "Your Clial- lenge", Representative Speck spoke of legislative bills he believed thould be passed. These Included lncrea« In teachers' salaries, liability Insurance for all car owners and sponsored recreation for the youth Miss Alene Word wu program chairman. During & business tesslon, plan* and objectives for the year were discussed and each department chairman gave a report. Chairmen reporting were Mrs. Joe Rhodes Mrs. O. W. Knight, Mrs. J. L. GUs- coe, Mrs. C. T. Dean, Mrs. V. Q. Mann, Mrs. J. J Roberts, Miss Word Mrs. Claude Lloyd. Mrs. C. F. Hale, Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Mrs. Rube Boyce. The major objective for the 1M7- '48 year is construction of a .Progressive Club house, for which plans and s]i< t cations will toon be drawn up. Proceeds from a rummage sale this month will be used tor the project. Mrs. A, G. Brlckey was named parliamentarian to replace Mrs. Leon Sullivan, who recently moved, and Mrs. J. Franklin Sanders became n new member. Committee members named were Mrs. Ed Shippen, Mrs. R. C. Bryan, Mrs. Edrlngton and Mrs. P. O. Gwyn, finance and building- Mn W. E. Hunt. Mrs. Gliucoe. Mrs. Carroll Watson. Mrs. n. E. Moore. Mrs. Harry Jones und Mrs. Gwyn, year book. Also Mrs. G. B. Segraves, Mrs. J. H. Hook, Mrs. A. S. Rogers and Mrs. Tal Ton gate, membership, Mrs Abrey, Mrs. W. P. Hale and Mn. Louise George, flowers, and Mrs. V. C. Colbert, Mrs, R. B. Bailey, Mrs. R. W. Geldrelch, Mrs. Guy Butler and Mrs. w. V. Alexander, telephone. Guests at the meeting Included Mrs M. K. Kline of Cedar Palls, Iowa, Mrs. Henry Spann of Lriix- orn, Miss Helen Lyford of Helena, Mrs. Spencer Driver, Mrs. E. R. Mason. Mrs. Leslie Speck, Mrs. San Haggard and Mrs. Russell J. Clubb. all of Osceola. enlcrtalili-d lust night \vith- a per at Ormncr's Cafe, follo\?v;d ,' s ' c »'ardshli>. and ^•STtori. with card gnmcs at the * home Miss Blanche Clccre. Included'on Ilio gitcst. Us! were Mrs. Bcttyr- Nelle Slarr. Mrs. Myron T. Nallllng, Mrs. w. E Johnson, Mrs. M. K. Kline, of' Ccrtnr Falls, IOWM. Mrs. Wade Qulnn, Mrs. Mary Clay Hughcy and Mrs. • First Christian Church. Mr«. Crafton, president, ve.s In charge of the meeting. Mrs. R. S. Batrd briefly discussed the district meeting of Christian Churches which will be held Oct. 15 hi Newport. IMjrs. Freeman Hoblnson was in charge of the program, entitled j Robert L" Nalillng. "The Revival of Europe." The suu- | In tiic ' Raines. Mrs. ject was taken' from the book "Committed Unto Us." by Willis Lamott. Others participating on the pro- gr»m were Mr*. L. L, Ward St., Mrs. Eric Whltley, Mrs. John Mc- Htney, Mn. J. P. Oarrott, Mrs. J. C. Elli» Sr.. Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. U. L. Dcii- man, Mrs. B. P. Brogdon and Mrs. | M rs . \Vylic Chairman I. M. Terry Sr. | n( w , X .-> o Following the missionary benidlc- Ut W. O. L. O. tlon the guests »ent to the Rustic Inn for refreshments. (f | Mrs. Tliorii c giJf itht'^vbtlon*! and'Mrs. Glnscoe,"VT*ltrlrig president, conducted the business se«- sloii. Plans were made for an open house tonight at the home of Hie Rev. mid Mrs. Russell T. Chlbb. Gus Eberdt Speaks To Rainbow Members Oui Eberdt v*» guest speaker last night at the Order of the Rainbow Girls meeting at the Masonic Hall; His subject was "Benefits of Being a Rainbow". During the business meeting a hayride to be held Oct. 27, was discussed and plans made for initiation of .new members at the nstt meeting. The group also discussed plans for raising money for trw children's Tuberculosis Hospital In Little Rock. A Weak, Run-Down Feeling k Often IWiroiog Tkat The Red-Blood Ii Getting Low C. P. Hale won first nrfzc, while second went. to Mrs. Kline and cut consolation to Mrs. w. E. Johnson. Pink and red radiance roses "ar- 1 ranged in low crystal bowls 'decorated the hostess' home (or the occasion. rogram Mrs. Clinrles Wyltc was program Mrs. Whitis Honored At Bridge Club Party j Mrs. Newton Wliltts was guest. .of luiiuir ye.stf^riiny afternoon when Mrs. EuRenc Tenford and Mrs. Dole Brians was hostesses to Tri-Town Club members at the Teaford home with a surprise shower. The small tables, at which, the guests plaj-ed, were centered with bouquets of roses. Prizes during the. afternoon were won by Mrs. Worth Holder, high, and Mrs. James Terry, second. At The Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. W. B. Robison, Caruthersville, Mo. John Womack, Holland, Mo. i Lester Qill jr., Otcqola. .. _! Dismissed: . ,..,,..... James winfrcd Glenn, '"cooler, Mo WALI.S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Bobby Nordington, Manila. Mrs. J. H. Dorrls and buby, city. Glen Atkinson, Holland. Mrs. C. L. Black and baby, Union City, Term. Mrs. Wa'lter Ivy, Reiser. John Pritchard, Holland. George Caudle Jr.. city. Mrs. J. o. Baker and Imby, Lux- .•ra. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, MemphU W. R. Brown, Manila. Phillip Cummlngs. Osceola. Mrs. Florence Little, Joiner. ST. JOSI>)I HOSPITAL, Memphb Jo« Bayless. Frenchman's Bayou. Mr§. jamet Porter and daughter, Mls« Amllea Porter, of Winfleld Ala., have returned »-j thulr home after spending a brief tint* u guests of their son and brother, R. A. Porter, ana Mrs. Porter. Mrs. Rudolph Vnka, who. was removed last night by ambulance to Memphis M»trxxllit HoeplUl probably will undergo a major operation there today. She was accompanied to Memphis by Mr. Vrska and her father, Cornelius Modlruier Mrs. H. E. Neblett hat returned after apendlng two week* In Lonoke as the guest of relatives. Mr. and Mn. C. M Buck Mr and Mrs, A. Q. Little, Tom A' Little jr., and Tom Secoy oj Jones- ooro have returned from a week's luntlng trip. Their camp wu near Lynn. Lester Gill jr., who underwent an emergency appendectomy at the Blythevllle Hospital last night, is resting well today. Mrs. Keron GUI of Chicago. III., has arrived to visit her daughter, Mrs. Jim Cr&fton and Mr. era- ton, she will vhlt her other daughter, Mrs Paul Russell ana family of Lewlsvllle, and her son, Purlfoy Gill, In Little Rock before returning home. Bill Brown will go tomorrow night to LaFayette, Ind., where he will attend this weekend's Purdue Uni- verslty-Notre Dame football game. Mrs. J. G. Trleshmann, Mrs. U. C. Parr and Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr spent Monday in Memphis. P. D. Foster Jr., who Is a freshman at Mississippi State College, Starkville, has pledged to Sigma Chi fraternity. P. D. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Foster Sr. Miss Joanne Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell, has been chosen one of the two cheerleaders from the freshman class at Southwestern. Memphis. Mrs. A. M. Butt, Mrs. P. E. Black and Mrs. W. J. Pollard of Blythe- vllle, and Mrs. Roy Harper of St. Louis, spent today In Memphis. Halloween Carnival To Be Meld at Missco F.TOWAH, Oct. B-A Hallowe'en carnival will be held again this year.at Missco School. The carnival will be sponsored by the Parent - Teacher Association, which is making plans for the af- lair at regular meetings. the levee and a welner roast — what could be nicer for 6» jnembeis of the dxth grade? Accompanying the students on th» hike yesterday afternoon- were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith, Mrs. L. O. HucUon and A. A, Adams. Former Manila Girt To Wtd Little Hock Man MANILA, Oct. a!—Mr. and Mrs. W. T. May of Lodl, Call!., .formerly of Manila, announce, thji engagement of their daughter, M|ss Marie May. to-Howard L.-Evans of Little Rock, son of Mr» ;an(i .Mrs.' Jim Evans of Thornton. Plans for the wedding .will be an-, nouticed later. '. / ' :.'.' J ; : _ 11 ' Miss May atteruWd Marilla ijfgh School and after,;in»v)njr., to Lodi, was 'graduated from. 1 Lod.1 H.ign School She Is. now'employed .by a packing concern In Lodi.''. '• Mr. Evans 'was graduated froin Thornton High School : 'lri. UM3 and has served 32 month* .with-the U. 8. Navy. He U now;ejrfnjoyed at the Veterans Hospltal'tn Ulttle Rock; Christian Workers Meet OSCEOLA, Get, 8.—Mrsv.'k E. Fletcher, program leader at a" meet-' ng Monday afternoon of the Chris- Ian Workers at.. First' Christian Jhurch, led a roiihS -table,' discussion on "How We Got the Bible." Mrs. Briice Ivy;.' president, conducted the business session and'Mrs. L. R. still and Mrs. Harry Driver presented the devotional. Hike, Weiner Roast Given for 6th Graders OSCEOLA. Oct. 8. — A hike , Medkat Ttst Proved TM* Great to Refine MONTHLY AT« you troubled by distress of female (uuctiatinl monthly :1 Is tur bnnces 7 Dues JhU mftke yoxi sufTer ^rom pain. Icel BO ner- vouy f restlesa, weak. — -it jueh times? Tttea no try LydU E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in relieve such syxnplomst In • recenc medical test 1'LnXham'a Compound proi-ed remarkably heluful to women troubled this wav. It's what .Docton call a uterine sedAtlve. It ha* ft grand soothing effect on, on* ot woman* most itnportant oreans Taken regularly — Pi nkhinv* Com- nnund help* build up resistance eoctich .-5Trcss. Alao a Rteat stomnctilc tonlct .-5Trcss. ao a Rteat stomnc •VOW L PINKHAM'S chalrmnn Monday nt a meciinir of I Thc hosle sses served a jalad plate -..'._-- B with iced drinks. • *. • Mrs. Vance Hostess Mrs.. Aiilhur Vance was hosleu last ntght at her home at ArmoreJ to members of St. Stephen's Auxiliary of the Episcopal Church. Tha meeting was opened and closed with prayer and Mrs. Frank Turck was in charge of the program Her topic was "The Chrij- tian Family". The hostess served refreshments. Woman's Society of Christian Ser vice of First Methodist Church. Mrs. Wylic's topic was "Tlie Oos- pcl to Tills Ocnerallon." Also par- ticipntiup on thc progratn were Airs. R. B. ctout, whose subject wus "The World Is Waiting." and Mrs. Louis HIckinnn, who sang two selections. Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, president, conducted the meeting. Refreshments were served during the social --hour. ,L ZELLNER 1 > h - Jwur— millions of mu.t pour torth * your ^^ «o rc- . «• wom-out. A low count ra»7 affect jou In «e«rM ao appjut*. undtrwelght, no ta du » « >« which contain. «p«lal . . tom- wSffi. JS.^aS2* •* TOD * i*5_ 202 U' MOIN Blutheuille. flrkansas GORDON A'tilott* KNOW THEIR WAY AROUNDl Here ore nylon teaulies that con take your busy 'ife in Iheir fliJIering stride because they're >pecially deiignej fo fill yoor every hoiiery need. To get the nosf out of your smooth-fitting GORDON NY.ONS, choose the right •heernesj for the occasion. >»HTCH you* NrtONS ro rut OCCASION...^); fo« CORDON IWOi^r SHttl . . , for ifo«r*,f (ornal w™r. GORBON FAHTf $Hf« . , , for v»ry Wit«r Itimat wtor. GOtDOW FWriNC ViffK... For ip«folor ipo,ri, Gordon] HOS/EiiV FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Mai, Phone 2342 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER *, 1947 Coming Events Social Calendar ., THURSDAY Lone Dak Methodist Church box Supper, 7 p.m. ,, F i!' i H tt ~. FU!tcller Chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy—Mrs. Gcan Atkinson Octette_Club—Mn. Jamee Hill Mld-We«k Club - Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. . Fidells Sunday school claw at First, Baptist, church — monthly soeial at home of Dr. Bdnt Nle, 6 p.m. • ' _ Jolly Eight club - Mn. N. H. Blakemore. ., Jayeettee — Jayce« Club room. I p.m. : Civic Calendar ' , THUDSDAY Rotwy Club—12:10 p.m. • Osceola Events ' THURSDAY Junior Semlnolea vs. P«r»gould — Osceola.. Two-Table Bridge Club—Mrs C C. Bowen. KiK'anls Club—grade school, 7 p.m. ' ro COOL former Blythwilk Girl Wed in Texoi Ceremony Of Interert h«re U announcement of the weddlnt of Mis. ttiTl£[t Orlme. of Ben Antonio, T«aa daughter of Mr. and Mrs JVk' Grimes ot Luxora, to Cheater LJovd Fewell of San Antonio. The ceremony look pl»c* »epl. 27 ». the home of the bride. Misi Pearl OrimM, alto ot s*n Antonio, wu her alster't maid of honor. The bride formerly made her home in Blythevllle and ^as employed at Blytheville Army Air rind before her transfer to Ban Antonio. WAKE UP YOUR*! LIVER BILE- WitUvt QlMMl-AftJ WU ft*4 k tk* MwiMf K»rii' to C* iver fthoulci pour out about Z pfaU of Quickly apply «oothlni? and com- forlinK GRAY'S OINTMENT with its wholesome antiseptics and nature aiding medication. Nothing else like It—nothing so conifortlni—or pleasant for externally caused skin troubles. 3fic. Get a package today. bill Julc* into your Lt>w*l. «verv d*y. If thti bit* U not flowing freely, your food may not dL|t*t. IL m«y fu*t decay la the boweli. Th*a gM blott* up your *tom»cii. You get con- ttipftted. You ft«i «our, mnk tad the world ]<X>u punk, It Uke* thoM mlld^ (*nt!e 0»rt*r'« LULI* L£v«r Fill* to itt tKe*e 'i [>int> oE 1>U« flaw* fng (ce*ly to rntke you fe«l "up and up." Get % pftckige today. T*k« u di[*ct*d. Effwlive in mak[nt bile flow freely. Alk lor Cutcr'i LEtU* Liver I'illi. I LAY AWAY TODAY DIAOND DUET MAN'S DIAMOND- Simply .engraved HK gold engagement rin^ and fiutch- wedding b*nd, , • TWO large diamondi «rt in modem, manive MK gold 17 JEWEL BULOVA Popular men'i watch with Mciiblc bncclct u match. "Her Excellency" model for ladin; a great witch valuav DRESSED SETS JEWELLED EARRINGS Rhinestone and colored itone rarringi in v*n< $495 up Complete drcsicr icla in beiulifully lined jif( ch«U. Continuous Shows ^ Every Day 'w Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN a,m. !2:4s p.m. 4 : j« p . m Wednesday Thursday and Friday fftLIFORNia V**in Technical™^ 1 STANWYCK-FIIZGEMIB •nd « COM •> rSMioixfa MMT Selected Short* ?4 GUARD'S Box OtHct Opens 6:30; Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; SUrU 1:11 ContlimouR Shows Sat. and 8ttiL Bargain Nlfht Ercrr Night Except Saturday No pastes honored'on Sunday M the Roxy Last Time T<nI«F DOUBLE FEATURE I Coyer Big Town ' with Phillip Reed and Hillary Brooke Affairs of Geraldme with Jane Wither* ml Jivny Lydon Thursday and Friday Coming to thc /' GEM THEATRE Sai. and Sun. Oct. Blyrheville, Ark. Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:M to 11:3* Continnon* Si"-. -- n-- >!• Admission Adults J5c, Tax Incl. Children So r;. a v,

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