The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 22, 1947
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fAQE TWO BLYTHEVIIiLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS eu'4,— Phone 4461 Mis$ Denton Becomes Bride of Mr. Seacord ilr. and Mrs. Charles Lynn Sea- card Jr., or Hampton, Va, ( left this morning for points in California after a brief visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William fcaac Denton. The former iiiss Constance Elizabeth Denton ' and her husbend, arrived here ye'sterday following their wedding, solemnized Saturday afternoon at St. John's Episcopal Church in Hnmu- ton, Va. Mr. Seocord is the son of Mr. and MM. Charles Lynn Seacord of Memphis «nd Washinglln, D. c. The-Rev. Carter H. Harrison, ' rtctlr, officiated before a- buck- ground of lighted taper*, palms, and basket* of pomiwin chrysanthe- 'mums, white gladioli, ond aatcrs. . John W. Starnes of Hampton, • organist, presented a nuptial pro,gram of music, including "O Perfect Love," "Ave Maria," and "The /Lord's Prayer". Mrs. Goff Is Hostess To Members Of Circle Mrs. J. V. Cioff was hostess to members of Circle Eight of Baptist church and one new member, Mrs. Enr! McGregor, »t her home Monday night. Mrs. Charles Evans taught' the ilrst chapter of the Mission Study IXDok "Pray Ye." Prayers were led by Mrs. W.. J. Rodgers and Mrs. John Buchanan. Mrs. Irvan R. Van Patten presided over the .slioi t business session. Refreshments of iced drinks and sandwiches were served. • • » Executive Board Meets With Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr. Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr., was hostess Monday afternoon to members of the Executive Board of the Women's orri'« PI-HVM-" axccuiive uoura 01 me Women's »i.S/ rt . HaniUton or MUM- ™ R M« ?", 1 <*™** gevllle,- Ga., was the bride's maid of honor and only attendant. She wort a gown of ice blue taffeta and marquisette, fashioned with a buttle effect. She carried a nosegay of American beauty shades of Berbers and blue delphinium, tied with pink and blue ribbons, nnrt wore blue ostrich feathers In her hair. Tile bride, given In mnrrlnge b 1 ' her brother, Dudley W. Deuton o'. St. Louis, wore a regal gown of Church ul her home at Harrield. HI'- S . Ilupert Crafton gave the de- votloiuil and titso presided over the business meeting. Plans for a party to be held soon were discussed. Proceeds of the party will go towards installing chimes In the new church. ! Followlns the meeting the hos- Ml'S SlldbufV Hostess less served refreshments of "dollars" ~ nl . ". f ,. , which will be contributed to the io LllID Light Members fund also. ° P.T.A. Leaders Plan District Meet in Parkin A district meeting o* the Parent- Teacher A.ssoclalion will be held Friday In Parkin at the First Methodist Church it was announced today by Mrs. Jesse M. White, district director. Registration will begin at 9:30 n.m. and the meeting will open promptly at 10 o'clock. Highlight, of the meeting will be an address In the morning by Mrs Crls Herning of Mitchell, S, D., field worker for the national Congress of Pnrcnt-Teachcr Associations. In th- nfternoon there will by a symposium of the .subject "Challenge of the Four Point Projirnm", to be led by Mrs. Edgar S. Dlxon, state president. Other* who will take part on the program are H. S. Lessenberry. county superintendent of Cross county schools, Dr. L. D. Massey of Oaccoln. the Rev. H:irvey .T. Kidd of Blylhcville and Mrs. Carroll W. Watson of Osceola. Group singing will bt conducted throughout the day. . During the social hour the hos- ou LAJUI&, *uie a regal' gown 01 t , . — ivory slipper satin, fashioned with tess ""'""'"cod that she lind dls- a yoke of marquisette outlineri ' 1>e " sl ' tl wllh " 10 usu «' refreshment with a deep ruffle of Alcncon lace, 1 " 1 . 11 ! P''<*«"«d each of her guests , - • with a •' illvcr [lol| nr, which they • , c ?" ln lurn contributed to the seed pearis, and irridesccnt sequins, tight'fitted bodice, and lone i ~. ;-- - — «~« . close-fitting sleeves pointed OVIT j cnlm " fund for the church, the hands. Her finger tip velK of i * * * Illusion ^ell from a coronet ' of orange blouomti, and she carried „, •white orchids and stcphanotis. jio La NuCVa Members . Herman Ankenbruck of Fort HH.IHUGIB ' a prayer book showered with I Mrs. Anita Fay Beck was hostess Wayne. Ind., served ns bfsl man last night to members of La Neuvc and groomsmen were Bill Gardner Club nnd other oilier euest Mrs of Nnshville. Tenn.. and John R. ' Erwin of Hampton. A reception wns held nt the home of the bride on Regent Street, • Armstrong Gardens. After a wedding trip to California, Mr. nnd Mrs. Seacord will • make their home In Armstrong Gardens, Hampton. • For traveling the bride chose a • brown and white gabardine suit • with brown accessories and at her shoulder she pinned a < corsage of • orchids. * / * , * Blytheville People . Attend O.E.S. Meeting "Ruth" the second point In the emblematic star of the Order . of the Eastern star was the theme of the program when the Osceola f Chapter of the o«. E. S. met last night with many people- from Bly• thcville attending." ••• . Among those" there were Mrs. A. H. Wallac*,-^ilrs. Don : Holey, t Mrs. Ed Cook£,Mrs. W. .D. c'cibb, Mrs. Victor.-'SUlw'ell, Mrs Dale Club Eight members met lost nlBl't at the home of Mrs Graham Sudbury at her home on Hearn Street. When games were plnycd high score prize was won by Mrs. H. G. Partlow and Mrs. Graham Sudbury, second high. The home was decorated with Cecil : nt her home. Mrs. • Mclvin tlalsell won high score ami Mrs. Newell Jerome second high. The cjitcrtnlning rooms were decorated with Full flowers nnd the Hallowe'en motif wns carried out in other decorations. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert plate. * * * Tuesday Club, Guests Feted by Mrs. Henderson Mrs. W. S. McDaniels and Mrs. Robert Grimes were guests yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertained members of Tuesday; Bridge Club at her home.[ clahlins nnd .roses In vivid shades. The hostess served a dessert course. * . + Sorority Has Pledge •ntortnincd ! Ceremony At Vest Home Miss Edna Lee Long, Miss Fayon Mr, and Mrs. a 3. Gee and Mr .._._,, ^. jy^ uce ofKl Air and Mrs. Russell P h |ll]p 5 | e fi t hU morning lor New York City where they will spend 10 days Mrs. Smith Brazen has returned from Memphis where she spent the past 10 days with her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Topper, who has been seriously 111 att he Methodist Hospital, but who now Is »t her home. Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Jameson, who have been the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. George Mulr and family, have returned to their home in Fulton, Mo. Mrs,-M. 0. Webb, Mrs. Wagner Adanu, Miu Mamie L. Adams and Mrs. Hmhel Jackson spent today in Memphis. Mrs. Eddie B. D»vld of Blythe- vllle, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cole, Mr and Mrs. Clyde Sexton and Frances Jones of Luxora, spent Monday m Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson are parents of a son born Monday morning at Walls Hospital. Their first child, he has been named Harold Edward Anderson Jr. She Is the former Miss Betty Jane Martin, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. A W Martin of Dallas, Tex. Miss George Ann Stllwell spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Stilwell. she a » student at Arkansas State, Jonesboro, ' Mr. and Mrs. George Stllwell and two daughters, Lottie Pearl and Sara Bob, spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Cowan, Miss Phyllis Cowan, and Mrs. Max R. Lange all of Boulder City, Nev., Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hundberg of Der, Moines, Iowa, Mrs. C. H. Ash- nbrnnncr of Manila, were the guest.-! Tuesday of Mr. nnd Mr.s. Kendall Berry and family. Miss Julia E. Hyde has returned to her home in St. Louis, Mo., after having spent the past two wccta here as guest of her sister Mrs. Roy Walton and Mr. Walton. Mrs. Sain Mershlmer and Mrs. i>Ji.-ir> £.uim ijiic LXjng A11S6 r ayOll —~-u.*...,i., HUVJ 1.4ID. Porter, Miss Willie Mac Johnson ! J " cklc Arnold and daughter. Cindy, Miss Gyone Erhardt, nnd Mrs. i ?, * c "sacoln, Pla., have returned to Miss Gyone Erhardt, nn James Vcsi. were Initiated In to! .the Alpha Beta chapter of Epsllon Sigma Alpha Sorority in a cere- .mony last night at the home of MVs. Vest. ' The pledges were presented pins by Miss Margery Robertson, vice president of the sorority. The ritual was held In die-lighted room and the table was centered with a yellow Jonquil, the sorority flower. Following the ceremony the hostesses, Miss Robertson and Miss Hclmn Johnson, served refreshments. hew iit B h score an™ Mr 1 /."wcEKm- ^ rs - Dyess Honored Ifill e/»Cftv»r? hifrVi = \Af!*L. f .. _ _ L ' •* I_ _ iels second high. ' Snapdragops .nnd roses, in pastel shades decorated the entertaining rooms. , ;. T-Refreshnients' % of a 'salad plate arid coffee 'were served. . . - . Horn, Mrs. T.'J.-'Bailey, Mrs. Charles McDaniels/Mr. and Mrs Wil- --«*»'^^" v^mo mcci. bur Wanls, Mr. and Mrs. Dnn |T n Tnihnip M^mk^v-o Blodgett, Mrs. Ruth Holder, Mrs. Inilmle Members Rainbow Girls Meet on 110* W. Hearn, to members of the V. W. A. of the First Baptist Church. One new members, Miss Billie Turk, also was present. Miss yalry Miller gave the devotional and Miss Adallne Lee gave a test on the mission study booic •Tray Ye." . . • • The hostess, assisted by her mother, served reltwrmienUi. . «... Mrs; Watson Presides At; Sorority Meeting Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Pht Sorority met last night ut the club room for a business meet- Ing, with Mrs, Dick Watson, president, in charge of the meeting. Mrs. J. W. McHaney was elected secretary, to take the place of Miss Emily Wixson, who has moved to Memphis.. Plans for the Silver Tea which will be held Sunday at the home of Miss Dorothy Jean Higgiiuon were discussed and a date was set, lor the Installation of new members. Following the business session a ioc!»l hour was held. * « * Mrs. Terry Entertains Qub Members, Guests Jfrs. Jimes Terry was hostess So Tri.Town Bridge Club members and BIX other guests at her home yesterday afternoon. Guests included .Mr*. Farris McCalla. Mrs: Mclvin Ha^eft Mrs, Toby Long, Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp, Miss Mary Adah Robinson and Miss Nancy Winbourn ,ho«>»*guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fanner England. In games played Mrs. Russell Hajnes Farr won high score Mr- Oene Teiford, second high and Miss Itobtason, pw»t high. The home was attractively deco- nte4 »tth roses throughout the •nteruining rooms. Refreshments of a sandwich plate and iced drinks were, served. Children's Tiiberculnr Home wns Don Blocgett of taken. . Refreshments were served by Funeral Services Held three members of the Eastern Star , u - _ *"•" " e ' a Mrs. rEnrl Damon, Mrs> T. A. Bell j er * and Mrs. H. R. Sohmuck. There! were 10 guests from the Masons i and Eastern Stnr present. Ann Hindman Honored With Birthday Party Because Sunday was Ann Hindman's 13th birthday, her mother Mrs. C. A. Hindman, invited 10 !«csts over to help here celebrate the day. After gifts were opened at the lome the young hostess nnd her mother took the guests to the pic- WANT LIGHT [FLUFFY BISCUITS 'THAT MELT IN YOUR'MOUTH ? AILVEGETABLE Luncheon, Show** OSCEOLA, Arp.. Oct. ^.j^,^,. Bill Dycss of Luxora, was .honored yesterday with a bridge luncheon nnd shower, when Mrs. Dane Fergus nml Mrs. Ben Butler Jr. entertained 16 guests at the Fergus home. In the games played Mrs. Joe Shippers won high score. Mrs. Sam . E. R. Alley, and Mrs: N. W.' Kyle. Baptist Group Meet . 'At Westbrook Home . !*; • •""•'-• -•-£,..», ,ui 11 wuamCiM) niL'dlUg I ^ivc;* LKJWlli WtTC USCQ - Mi« rnrhpri,,. iw ii i Plajls for tlld "Wide to be held tlo " s '° r the occasion. •^Hlrir? 1 ^ £M S"a^"-,"^T^ff%,'SSL r 'SS, J£ -on nu* w. Hearn, to members nhnHmn'c T^I^-,,..!..- ,-, T-W.H Tjin,-™n «* j their home nftcr spending several days here as guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes L. Gunrrt and Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnnies C. Guard. Mrs. J. w. Mcllwaln of West Helena 1ms been the guest for a few dnys of her daughter, Mrs. Jnmes H. Rceder and Mr. Reeder. Jimmy Smothermon is In Plna Bluff today where he will serve is pallbearer at the funeral of w. C. Wall, formerly of Armorel. Mr. Wall who left.Armorel several years ago, tlicd of n heart attack Monday night at his home in Pine Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. C. w. Beale of Memphis, and Mrs. Finis Rayburn of Atlanta, Ga., have returned to their homes after spending several days with Mrs. H. O. ,Wickham and Miss Bess Hali. '• \v'-.- ,.v;:,t^ :,* Jack Garrigan,' R. ./i^lfclsQn and V. O. Holland are -spend IngUcJ. day* In South Dakota on a pheasant Inint. Miss Clara Q. Klnton is spending several clays in Memphis with friends and relatives. Cullen Dixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. ". Dixon, a freshmnn at the Uni- Literary Club A4««ts With MM. A. M. Rog« rs OSCEQLA, Ark., Oct. JB.- ^ 3 . Rube Boyce wa» program loader when Literary Club members met yesterday »ft*moon at the home of Mrs. A. M. Rogers at Victoria Mr< V. O. Maim, Mrs. A. F. Glajooe and Mrs. J. L. Glascoe served u co.ho*- tesses. ' ' Mrs. Boyce used at her Uralc •;Cor.»;n«x>rary Writ«ri". fc, her Discussion a comparlion was made of ancient writers and wrlteri of today. In conclusion the poem "Congo'' by Lindsey was read. Quests other than members attending were Mrs. Spencer Driver Mrs, M. K. Kline, Mrs. W. C Maaon Mrs. J. A. Pigg all of Osceola, and Mr.. J. W. WMtworth of Oerman- town, Tenn. Mrt. Bastett Accepts New Red Cross Position Mrs. Audrey Bassett, who h«j been a frequent visitor In the Red Cross Office In Blytheville, has accepted a new position with the Reel cross Office, and Li being sent to Japan to help establish a Junior Red Cross orgs,nU»tlon there. A former field representative of the Midwestern American Red Cross Office in SI. Louis, two years ago she was sent to the Philippine Islands to help the newly organized Philippine Red Cross in forming a Junior Red Cross branch there. Club Presents Check To Child Welfare Unit Some children who have never hnd' a Santa Ciaus to visit them with Christmas gifts will be made happy this year at Christmas time due to the generosity of the Blytheville Business and Professional Womens Club. Mrs. Bob Barnes, treasurer of the group which tins been inactive for the past year yesterday presented a check covering the amount left In the club treasury, to Miss Polly Wilson, a Mississippi County Child Welfare worker. The money will be used to buy special Christmas gifts for the underprivileged children of Mississippi county, Miss Wilson announced Harvest Supper Planned At Huffman Church Ladies of Huffman Baptist church will sponsor a Harvest supper to be held Thursday night at the church. Serving will start at 7:00 o'clock. Proceeds will be used to install a heating system in the church. At The Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Martha Dale Self. city. Mrs. O. B. Hamilton, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Opnl Mnrler. city. Jerry Brown, city. Dismissed: Mrs. C. M. Buck. city. , C.. S. Dowdy, city. .,Bettye Joyce Strbder, Etowah. -.-f, •'-.-y.'Wj '—~' ' Plsmlssed: "Faye, Carter, Caruthersville, Mo. Mrs. O. L. Goolsby and baby, Lux-' ora. Bob Briley,™ Manila. . • „ , , Snipnon won high score. Mrs. Sam F. F. Dixon, a freshmnn at the Um- [ Jenn Campbell and Barbara Ann Hodges, second high, find Mrs. Fred ' verslty of Arknnsns, Fayettevllle f bmith were Initiated into tile Order Jacobs, low. has pledged Alpha Gamma Rho 01 the Rninbow Girls when the! A profusion of Full flowers, pink. Fraternity. group met nt the Masonic Hull Inst j nn[ l red roses in low crystal - nnd ""~ " "' Stephen McGuire, Rte. I, city. Alma Trammell, Armorel. for a business meeting. silver bowls used as decora- Funernl services for Zeph Clnrk nr of Iiidiniioln. Miss., were held this afternoon at the Cobb Funernl Home Chapel by the Rev. R. Scott Balrd pastor of the First Christian Church here. Burial was in the Dogwood Ridge Cemetery, Mr. Clark died at Walls Hospitnl cnrly Monday morning following his admittance from Caruthersvtllc where he was visiting friends. He wis 80. turc show. After the show they went to the drug store for refreshments. W/HY ' SHOULD ! MAKE A SPEECH. I PON'T CARE IF I RE-ELECTED... AS LONG AS I CAN BUV AT SENATOR AGHOf Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr.. niter being ill for the pnst two weeks, is now nble to be out. Mr. nml Mrs. Horace Coffer of Trimble, Tenn., spent Sunday hens with friends. She Is the farmer Miss I Era Wright of Blytheville. .Mrs. J. J. Johnson and Mrs. o Shonyo are spending today in Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Brown of Minneapolis. Minn., have been the gues.s Infant Funeral services for the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fielding tit Number Nine were held this morn- Ing at the Memorial Park Cemetery. Holt Funeral Home was In charge. The infant was dead at birth. Besides his parents the baby f a brother, Gene Nine. .„„ *" has been an Instructor in a Medical College in Minneapolis for more than 20 years and is now retired. nenpolls Minn., have been the gues.s They left Tuesday to a Stan-' several dnys of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.' burg. Fin., where they spend th3r Henlon on Davis Avenue. Dr. Brown winters. . Here's a Tire that's SPECIALLY DESIGNED for the Kind of Driving you Now Want to do.' *?? Now want » «»• K ycu to drlv « M y° u . drive during the war . You T, K 5 go m ? r ? placea ' tr » v «' '»rt«t- •r, harder and faster. _Th» l '*,!* h3r our 'Ktory— »«.» «- f?l, ^ M^rttnc. In building ia?^? nd « "P«" thousand, of military tires for the war— h« de»i«med and built this tire espccHlfy to m«t ^.POSTWAR driving n«d1. Behind this Gates POSTWAR Tire V • • • overloiided. »nd at intd 'P*' <" M to « milS GATES TIRE the ncord of its ptrformw,*,. • • Gates Tires Carry An Unconditionql 12 Mo. Road Hazard Guarantee SHELTON MOTOR COMPANY PHen.4438 Coming Events „ , THURSDAY Burdett* P. T.'-A. having Pl fi Supper at Burdett* School at 7:3» p.m. . Phebean Sunday School class, Fh-st Baptist church, having busl- Thursday Contract Club—Mrs. E. K. Lancashire, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER M, nn Lunch «« Club - Mr*. Byron Morse Octette Club—Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Mid-week Club—Mr.?. A. Con way. 30th Century Club Dance, 8-30 P.m. »t the Legion Hut. Hasts and hoeleuM will be, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hammock, Mr. and Mrs. Bus- Eel Haynp» f* rr , Mr. and Mrs. Dele S. Brlggs, Mr. and Mrs. Oene Teaford and Mr. »nd Mrs. Worth D. Holder. TO.IDAY C. B. O. 'Club - Mrs. A. A. Hardy hoateM at the hom« of Mr». Lendennle Fowler. Women's club Meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the Club House preceded by executive board meeting at 2 p.m. Civic Calendar THURSDAY Rotary club—12:10 p. m. FRIDAY Football: Chicks at Subinco, 8 p. m. | THURSDAY Kiwante club—Elementary School T p. m. SUNDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi—Silver Tea at home of Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson, 3:00 p.m. M/ssco Men Attend Farm Loan Meeting Two representatives of the National Farm Loan Association of Osceoln will attend 'a meeting of stockholders of the Federal Land Batik of St. Louis, Mo., this week They are W. W. Prewitt of Osceola, President of the National rarin Littb ftocfc Community Cheit Drive Near Goal ,. Rocl£ ' Ark - c«t. a.- <yP)— Campaign workers lor the Greater Little Rook Community Chest and Arkansas Children'. Homt and Hospital have reached 88 per cent of th«ir goal o f $349454 A total of 1310.685 has been collected with four divisions oversubscribing their goal*. Loan Association of Ctoceola, and Joe E. Martin, secretary-treasurer of the association. The two-day meeting will see presidents and secretary-treasurers of all 102 National Farm Loan Associations In Illinois. Misslourl and Arkansas holding a X>int meeting for the first time in the St. Louis land bank's 30-year history, Mr Martin salu. Nationally known speakers will discuss the growth and future of the nation's largest farmer-owned co-operativ* credit organization, he said. As delegates from the Osceola association, Mr. Prcwitt and Mr. Martin will represent the co-operatives' 187 members in Mississippi County They will leave for St. Louis tomorrow. Meeting days are Thursday and Friday, Oct. 23 and M. LET us DECARBONIZE"! YOUR OIL HEATER | New scientific method eliminates J all carbon . . . creates new effi- i ciency. Phone 2302 for prompt ' service. ! Moss Bryan Invitee you t« eeme In »n riew the Urf e display •< Christmas Gift j Suggestions GifU for men, women and children are more glorious than ever. FUce Your Order Now For . Personalized Christmas Cardi The Gift Shop 4 103 Ka»t Main Street { -J FKff TO tXPlCT»NT MOTHIHS HATfRKAL Mtf HEW. BORN CARE. *44 vrlt- l*n hy »• on :tiniHn« urt. M »••** if CITY DRUG CO. Ed Williams, Drujglst 101 E. Main Blytheville, Ark YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER HOT FLASHES t,e FEES. CHILLY- Here's Good News! Are you between the.ages of 3« and 52 and Bolnf through that trylnit lunctlcmBl J mlddle->ge' period peculiar to women? Does thla make Tou BuHer from hot flashes leel clammy, »o nervous, Irritable weefc? Then no try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such tymptoms! It's famous for thlsj Many wise 'middle-age' womea take Plnkhiim's Compound resular- . ."L.'lilE build ' up resistance aiajnit till. <u«tre«B. ,., helps nature (you know what w« meant). This great medicine* also has what Dncton call a stomachic tonic effect. . Pinkhi'sVEGETABLECOHPOUND amous PElll PWl SETS from Fitzpatrick's A. Parker "51". B. Evcrsharp . . 141? £. Shaeffers . . . 14'!? HTZPATRICK JEWELRY STORE II Talies Only I Minnie* to Open » Charge Account Continuous Shows . Every Day Box Office Opens 1 -.45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN S:« a.m. 12:45 p . m . f.m. Last Time Today Macomber Affair * with Gregory Peck & Join Bennett Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Every I>ay Thursday and Friday DtKJEUS FAIRBANKS V i SlHBAO Vjl THt5A1LOK Paramoont NewH and Shorta Continuous Showing Every Daj' Boi Office Opens 6:30; ' Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 '.' Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain NlRhl Every Night Except , Saturday N« paasec honored on Sunday *t^ the KOTLJ ;JBji Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURR Seven We^e Saved with Richard Denning and Catherine Craijt Philo Vance Secret Mission •ith Alan Curtis and Sheila Ryam Thursday and Friday Coming to th« GEM THEATRE > i Blyth«vill«, Ark. ; ] Satardty ant Sonity o,t 11-M j j Headin'for j Rio Grande Serial "The Se» Honmr N». « *nd Cartoon CMit'd Show, Sat. H:JO to 11:M CanUni*n ahnv s . n |r|-).M<af A.QlU JfK, Tax lEtL

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