The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1947 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 3, 1947
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1&4T Phone 4161 Miss Bertz Is Engaged To William D. Godwin Of paramount Interest In Blythe- j Jvillc is the announcement made to- ; •day by Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bertz of, •Racine, wise., of the engagement j land approaching marriage of their ; •daughter. Miss Wltma Bertr, to Wll- lllam Dumont Godwin of Blythevllle |and Boston, Mass. MUs Bertz was graduated from (Racine High School and from Mil- Iwaukee Business Institute. She now liijBtViployed as social secretary at IIW Ambassador Hotel In Milwaukee. Mr. Godwin, son of Mrs. Bessie iMsCray of Sunnyvale. Calif., was • graduated from Blythevllle High Ischool and University of Qaorgla, lAihens, where he was a star foot- Iball player. Following nls graudua- Ition he entered the Navy where he [served for three years, attaining I the rank of ensign. He returned ao Elytheville in 1M6 las football coach of the Blytheville iHlgh Chickasaws, which position Ihe resigned last Spring to become la member of the Boston Yankee | professional football team. The wedding will be solemnized I December 18 in Milwaukee. I * * * IMiss Cole Becomes |Bride of R. Williford The wedding of Miss Bonnis Virginia Cole, daughter of Mr. and I Mrs. Hubert Jackson Cole, of Lux- 1 ora, to Robert Williford of Memphis, • son of Mrs. Tommle Carter of Pop- liar Bluff, Mo., was solemnized ye«1 terday afternoon »Jr 2 p.m. at the Ihaue of her lister, Mrs. Eddie B ll»|cl and Mr. David at 1603 W IwKinut St. The Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of J First Baptist Church, officiated'at I the >inglt ring ceremony In the I presence of relatives and Intimate [friends.of the couple. Potted palms flanked by floor [baskets of giant white chrysanthe- I mums, tied with white bows and J streamers formed an Improvised al- I tar bafor* the living room flre- I plac«. TThe mantle wai decorated 1 with greenery and branched can- dleabra holding white taper* com| pletcd the *cene. ' Candle* were lighted by Miss Ruby Lee Jones of Luxora, niece of the brldt. She wore a Hawaiian printed dreit and t eorsag« of r«d ear| nations. Mrs. T. B. Joyner, planlat, played the traditional wedding marchei and Mrs. R. D. Mcars of Osceola, vocalist, sang "Because" by D'Harlot and "My Hero" by Victor Herbert, pre| eeding the nuptial vows. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a itreet-length dress of pink crepe with long fitted sleeves and a high neckline. She carried a white prayer book, topped with purple orchid and showered | with satin ribbons. Miss Millie Jean Cole, sister of the bride, .was her maid of honor. She [ wore a grey gabardine peplum suit »ith grey and black accessories. Her | corsage was of red rotes! '' Mr. \Villiford's uncle. Tipton Jack- ton of Tlptonvllle, Tenn., was best man. A reception was held in the Mirt Room of the Hotel Noble Im-" [lately following the ceremony refreshment table, presided over by Miss Myrtle Sexton, Miss Ruby Lee Jones • of Luxora and Miss j Frunces Jones of Blythevllle. was I centered with a bouquet of white 1 pom pom chrysanthemums, flanked with while tapers burning in crystal candle holders. At one end was a three tiered wedding cake, garland| ed with white flowers. Following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Williford left for « brief wedding trip, before going to Memphis where they will make their home The bride wore for travelling a wine suit with black accessories and an I orchid »t her shoulder. Mrs. Cole, mother of the bride, Vore a two piece Eisenberg original grey dress. She pinned a corsage of white gardenias at her shoulder. Mrs. Carter, mother of the bridegroom, wore a navy blue dress with | a corsage of white gardenias. Out-of-town guests here for the . wedding Included Mr. and Mrs C M. Reeder, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. East- Kjjd. Miss Ogla Jowers, Mrs Paul- SR Swinny. Mr. and Mrs. Tipton Jacksoa, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rhodes Mrs. Hat Orr, Mrs. Tom Melton, Billy Hopson, Mrs. Katye Hyde Mrs Engagement Is Announced Annual Carnival Held At Armorel High School Ml«i Betty Pennlnfton, dau»ht«t of Mr. and Mrs. Bert 'Pennlnijton, was crowned Senior High Queen and UlM Georgia Webb dau|ht«r of Mr. and Xr» A. B. Webb WM crowned Junior High Queen at th« annunl Halloween Camlvil at Armor*! school FHdny' nljM. They will alao reign M Football Queens at the homecoming game between Armorel anfl Luxora, Nov. 14: Miss Pennington, who was crowned; by football Captain Lyman Hen•on, had as her maids Ml§» B«ttle Dyer, Miss Sue Caaaldy, MUs Mickey Russell, Miss Nell Moore, Mlts Iiiei Lesley. MUs Mary Catherine Dyer, Miss Bettye Lou Mooie, Mils Mary Anna Dobbt and Mls« Vlr- (Inla Hnrdtsty. Miss Webb who waa crowned by , - MUiUslppl state Colleje, Stark- vllle, Is spending aeveral days wllh lil« parents, Mr. .and Mrs. P. D. roster Sr. V Walter Webiter and Webster Mr«. left and thli morning for Mempht* where Walter Webster will enter the Methodist Hospital and Edward Webster will enter the Veternns Hospital. Mrs, Webster will return home tonight. Mrs. — --- - -, Philip divert of Marked Co-Captain Prank Adklus had w j Tree, was Hie weekend guest of Mrs her maids, Dalwy Pennlnston, ! John Thomas and her parents Mr Bernlce Odom. Joyce White, Glenda ' and Airs. Mi A. Issacs. Garner, Farmer. Katie Farmer and. Jesse Miss .lernigan Honored Wilh Surprise Shower Ml*s Kaniola Jmilgan, bride- elect of Henry Hill Long. wa« guett of honor rrlday nljht when Mrs. Beu1»h Uoyd and Mrs. John Charles Bright entertained with R surprise miscellaneous shower at the Lloyd home. Mr. »nd Mrs. Edward Seagram and sou Taylor, returned to their home in Hlghtower ye«tert»y from Memphis where Taylor underwent * ^hroat operation la»t week. His condition Is satisfactory. MLu Marian Blakeslee of New York City w., the weekend guest of Mr. >nd Mrs. Cwctr Fendler and family. Mist Bltke»lee, who was on her way to Dallas, was accom^ panled to Memphis Saturday nl«ht by Mr. and Mrs. Fendler. Mr. and Mis. Max Usvoy had a> The entertaining rooms of the their weekend' guests Mrs. Usrey'i home were decorated with boil- nephew Gordon Hus.wll, who Is quet* of Fall flowers and (he hQS- with tlie Army of Occupation in t*Mes served a stnriwleh plate lul >' «"d Miss Jo Campbell of with Iced drinks lo the 20 guests Memphis. present. : Miss llctly Jean Go(f who In » student at Miller Hnwklns School Mrs. Virgil Hill and Mrs. Lee Powell were prize winners in the contest, » * • Mrs. Wilson Honored [With Surprise Luncheon Mrs. Roma Wilson WHS honored • Miss Wilma Bortz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. peter Bertz. of Racine, Wis., will become the bride of William Dumont, Godwin of Blythevllle and Boston, Mass. Tile marriage will be solemnized Dec. 18 In Milwaukee. Claude Anderson, Mrs. Heulon Wll- liams, Lee Homra, Ralph Homra.' o D U r~ ' U P en nOUSC (jlVCtt r GJrl Scout In Memphis, f i Iho wrrkcml hero Parenthood Costs Jump 50 Per Cent In U. S. in Decade NSW YORK, N. Y. Nov. ».- Tlie cott of brlnflnf up i child In »n AuKrican /amljy oj medtrtU Iti- comt hu Incmatd men than 60 per c«nt In th« p»*t «*c*<U, »eeord- Inf to the tt»UiUcUu\i of th« ttcl- ropolltan Lift Insurance Company. On th eWU of priori pr«vall(n| about t«n y»ar» MO; the oojit of rilJlnf a child to a»e It waa to 110,000 In a family with an income of about tfMO a y«ar. At pre»ent prlcei, thd comparable cosl would bt.more than 118,000. Tlie largent rrtatlve Increaaet In cost have been for food and for eJothlnj, both of which hav« tpproxImaUlv doubled In price In th« period under turvey. Fortunately, the material rUe In family earning* within the iMt decade ha* mide It poatl- We for the larf* proportion of Amerlean famlllet to meet the** hither eettt «f brlnfini u» a child. Coming Events Social Calendar TU»»DAY Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Slg-u irm Plil Sorority meetln» at the club room wllh Mn. Friinces Oammlll and Mrs. vlrgll Boyd as hostesses. WEDNESDAY Womans Outld of the Ftrnt Luth- >r»n Church will meet »t 7:30 pm Wednesday nljlit at the home of Mm. V. a. Relchel. Town mid country — Mrs, clco a surprise covered at her home. lliOB with lior parents Mr. nmi Mrs. S. Goff. She ctuno especially to attend Ihe Honu-comlny football game Friday nli'lil. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dodd who are itiuldil.s nt Arknnsns Stiilc, Jonesboro. spent (he weekend here w ^h Mrs, Dodd'.s parents Mr. and Mrs. W. o. Heeves. Mr. and Mrs. Macon HArdlng nnd son. Jlintnlf, anil Mr. and Mrs. Holi- erl Edward Jones, of Oxford, Miss., Mo., Mrs. Lois Kubbitrd of Detroit^ i spent the weekend here with ,T. M. Mich., Mrs. Irene Newbell of. Ken- i Harding ami family. They camo especially to be wllh their aunt, Mrs. J. M. Harding, who Is a patient at the BJytlicvlUc Hospital. Tommy Harrison, who cut his leg severly yesterday In a fall, Is resting well today at his home. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Harrison. Saturday with dish luncheon West Walnut. Mrs. Lola Clevengcr of ficnnlli, Mo., Mrs. Dor» Hay of Kcnnett, nett. Mo., and Mrs. Louln Hammond of Montebello. Cullf.. all cousins of Mrs. Wilson were hostesses for the affair. ' ^ * • * Informal Party Given Mrs. Lanlcr Reed, the former Misa Mary Emmn Hood, and her sister Miss Angle Hood entertained at their home Saturday morning with an informal morning parly. , Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with red ropes and vlvlel shades of Fall flowers. The refreshment table waa cov- Mr.) Mrs. Stitt fleeted Jesse* Stilt of Blylhcvllle wns elected chairman of Ihe Board of Governors by Ihe Central Southwest .Regional Association of HOU1 Qrect- Maron Abby, of Memphis, and'Mri'*** l * e Mtti "B yesterday afternoon and Mrs. J. S. Cecil Jr Mr and *h«n th« Girl Scouts and Brownies . i Mrs. Elmer Cole. Mr. and Mrs W n entertained with a tea and "open I then""" 8 In Fall shade*. I Tale, Mr. and Mrs. JoKrt Ford. Wy- house" honoring their mothers and I ""resnmenta of canapes, 1 -*— AJIC reireftnmeni. MD(e WRB cov- _„- _i JL. . ;: . ,. ,oon «ed with a cutwork cloth and was '!", 'L'J U .,T?J S™,'" 1 onT ^ d ,„,„ ' centered with a low bowl «t chrysan- 5* l " rday &t Hot " Miulon ln . Llttl « I tv««Mi.«._ l_ v.^11 ^l.^^ 1XUCK. hors I pette Stanfleld, Mr. and Mrs Clyde other guests. | a ouevres, English tea cakes, rel- 'Sexton, Miss Patsy Richardson. Miss! The Scout colors of yellow and 1 IHfjf tnd Cof " wert Mrved bu " et of Luxora. Lorraine Edwards, Mrs. Elmer P. green were carried out In the dec- Hall, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Rozelle, all orations, with the mantle centered with a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums flanked by green candle* Bride-Elect Honored By Mrs. Robert Wade Miss Kamolia Jerrnigan. whose j cloth was presided over by Jackie marriage to Henry Hill Long will! Estes, Betty Jo Ellis, Joyce Buch- in crystal holders. The refreshment table, centered with a replica of the mantle centerpiece, and draped with a lace be solemnized Thursday, was complimented wllh a kitchen shower Saturday nighl al the home of Mrs. Robert Wade Jr. The guest of honors anan, Mary Bell Doss and Gloria Tote. In the receiving line were Mrs. i Glenn Ladd, Mrs. Leonard John- covered marked with bow. The dinnin] with table was ; son and Mrs. John Miles Miller, a Battenberg cloth j During the afternoon entertain- a huge, white satin j ment was given by 7-year-old [ Brownies, who sang the Brownie was covered i Smile song and also gave the Brown- red and white clotli. cen- . tered with a tall cut crystal i le promise and salute. Brownies, B hoMing V,u« and r= poln \ SX^^^SSZ™ chrysanthemums and- flanked by crystal candle holders with red tapers. The red and white color scheme was carried out in all decorations. and 9-year-old Brownies sung "We are Tlie Brownies of The Town". Piano selection? were given by Individual cakes iced in red and Po "y Dee r and Jimmie Moore, rep- topped with a white wedding bell : "senting the Sudbury Troop and '-- Carol Ann Holt. Sherry Sparks, and Sue Jobe, representing the Lange Ice cream and- iced drinks served for refreshments. Miss Jemlgan was presented with a toaster from the hostess and Miss Fandorla WhiUvorth. also a bride- elect was presented with a consolation prize. Miss Jernigan wore a two piece beige frock trimmed-in black and white, and pinned a corsage of red and white carnations a gift of the hostess on her shoulder. Troop. Central Troop sang "Tlie Girl Scout Hiking Song." Special guests were Mrs. Howard oraham of Caruthersville, Mo, and her troop of 14 Scouts. Mrs. R. B. Stout was In charge of decorations and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt. Mrs. H. G. Partlow find Mrs. Mell Brooks Jr., were members of the refreshment committee. YOUR CAR'S ELECTRICAL SYSTEM NECOS OUR ScientificCAecJt-upJ • FOR FAST STWTS 1 «0 QUICK CET»W*YS • F6« GREATER ECONOMY • FOR SMOOTH PERFORMANCE Ifjour car is sluggish-if 11 misits" when you "give it the gun"-if it is slow- Istarting, bring it in ... . . . our factory-trtintd mechanics know wh»t it oeeds! SERVICE IS MST FOR YOU* CAM REGARPLESS OF MAKE SHELiON Motor Company 119 W. Ash b,*l 4438 Get "Set" For The Holidays ... by letting one of our know-how hair-dressers . set your hair into this latest style softly swept back [rom Ihe ears with brow-dipping ANNOUNCEMENT Edith Bellinger tins purchased the Beauty Clinic and ia now in chwgc of its operation. No changes are contemplated in the policy of this shop . . . we will continue to feature reasonable prices at the most comfortable shop in town. if Margaret Deen Smith •*• Dorothy Hardy AIcDermott •fr Edith Rollingcr — Operators OUR PRICES: Regular Price PLAIN SHAMPOO & SET SI. 00 MANICURE ... "" ,. 75c FACIALS ............ S250 PERMANENT .............. $6.iso up THE BEAUJY CLINIC 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 3274 Ark-Mo Glvn forty At Hut For fmpfoyvs All employes of the Ark»ns«s- Mi»sourl Power Co., In the Btythc- vllle Dli'.rlct, were (uetLs Saturday night it a "tacky party" held at the Legion Hut. A large number of out-of-town guesta were Included among the approximately 100 present. FrUei for the most umitunl coslumci were won by Jack Wagnoti and Mr«. Beulah Lloyd. Harmaii Taylor »eivtd u Maati'r of Ceremonlei and several vocnl sdecViohs w«rt presented by tli>^ Ark-Mo quartette composed of E. B. Thomas, Harmon Taylor, Jliiunv Rlcliard«on and Mrs. Mildred Bateman, ' A HBllowecn molif was carried out In the decorations of the Hut, where i Fall harvest »c«ie wan depicted. A dance was held following the spaghetti supper. Read Courier News Want Ads. Mr. Stltt was succeeded a* secretary-treasurer by Charles Born- waeser of Roosevelt Hotal, New Orleans. Mrs. Still was elccled to the Board of Governors o( the Women's Division. She was recently elected president of the Arkansas Women's Division of the Hotel Grectcrs. To P/ac* Silver Wreath Par months Mr. and Mrs. Walter Collum had planned lor the observance ol the silver anniversary of their wedding but on Sept, death Intel veiled -mid on the anniversary dHte tomorrow Mr. Collum who is a niatlienwtlM instructor in the Blytlievllli' High School, will pluco a silver wreath on lib wlfe'.i Grave, She wns burled in a cemetery In Alma. Crawford County, Mr. Col- liun lives at 511 rjlilckiuwwbii. At The Hospitals BI.VTHtVltl* HOSPITAL ADMITTED: MM. Robbie. Powell. Bertfand, Mo Charles Douglas Jones, SUele Mo Jastes Billarrtal, kUnlla, DISMISSED:. Frank Coat; city. Mm. Frank Crew« and baby, city, Mr». Floyd Kincald, CoeU?. Mo. B. F. Wilson, city. Mrs. B. F. Rhodes and baby, city. WALLS HOSPITAL DISMISSED; Wnlt<-r Falloway, city, Claude E. Rhode., Jlrmorel. Mrs. R. E. Hall. city. Mrs, Roy L. Halcom, city. Mrs. Albert Hamm and baby, Burdette. Mrs. S. L. Gentry and baby, city. Mrs; Hilly cimhnm ami bnby Cn- ruther»ville, Mo. Mrs. M. D. Davidson, Manila. MKTMOUIBT HOSriTAt, Menphl. • nd common from, steady with last week's steady, but b% packer* A few nwdJum to food e IK; common to medtuM beef tn* -—-XKC^ Mr*. Myrtl* PhlUlpt, Blyth»vlll«. - Wciliicsduy Bridge — Mrs. O. A Cunningham. THURSDAY ' Ocletle — M«. i Edwin Hoblnon. O. N. !). — Mrs. txnits Zi'ller. Jolly Ktlit — Mm, j. o. Huey. Ttuiiwlny Luncheon — Mrs. H. D. Hughes Sr. Thursday Contract _ } \. n. W. wyllc. Mld-Weck — Mrs. w. L, Hor- ncr. FRIDAY Dorcw class First Baptist Church meeting at church Friday nternoon 2:30 p.m. Hostesses Mrs. Frank Simmons and Mrs. Arthur Rush In y. Alplm Delia Chapter of B«la Slsmn Pl\l Sorority meeting for Pledge ritual iimt ritual of Jewel ceremony at 2:30 p.m. In the Colon I il Room of Hotel Noble. OBC club — Mrs R. A. Copeland. Civic Calendar TUESDAY Americtn Lesion Auxilluy— «:00 p.m. American Legion— 4:00 pm. WEDNESDAY Community Cheat. Drive Klwnnls Club— 1S;10 p.m. THUMDAY Community Chest Drive Rotary club— 12:lo p.m. FOOTBALL: Paps vs Newport- There i Jnyceetlej _ Club room at I p.m. FRIDAY Community Chesl Drive ' FOOTBALL: Chick* vi North Little Rock— Here the put week. M r j. Laura Roger* haa returned from Dttrolt. Mich., where she his been the tuert of friends and rela- Tho«« from Onceola who attended »« Arlunsu-TiXM A. and M. foetball game in Fayettevliu this weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Sar- Uln, M»u Betty Semmen, Miss 'Mary Jeanette Simmons, Laura Lou and Catherine Driver Dr. owis cone, H. F/Hower- n »nd A. E. Clark are phea»*nt InnKIng In we»tem Kansas. David Laney jr., and snow Wilton Jr., students In WeMern Academy at Allon, ill., »pent the weekend with their parents, Mr and Mrs. David 8. Laiwy and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Glllesple. Relief At Last For Your Court SRSPSSSfc Mnn Udm phfitw/aad mjSS to have your money biak. ^ CREOMULSION far Condlt. OlMf Cahia. •nv4M. Livcstoclr ST. LOUIS NATIONAL 8TOCK- YAltDB, Nov. 3. (UP)—Livestock: Ho«« 10,00; salable 0,000; market active, BO to 16c higher tlmn Friday's average. Bulk good und choice 1BO to 300 lb«., »26:i6-'«,50; to »2(1 BO fairly freely. 1«0 to 180 Ibs »25 Z5- »J«.25; 130 to IM Ibs »23.|25; 100 to 130 lb»., *M-»22. Good sows. 4SO- Ibs down, »24.50-»25.15: few $15- heavier weights, »23-»24.35. Stags, $17-921. Cattle ».,»0; salable 1,500; calves 2.500, all salable. Liberal supply of all classes Include about »5 loads of •leers, with cowa making up ap- pronlmately JB per cent of supply Steers medium to average good In quality with » relatively liberal proportion of common and low medium. Opening trade slow, Bhlppei Inlerejil* taking some choice to prime weight steirs at a new high of »3». with top good steers, (28 anti sam« medluiitto low good. »25 oooc 1 hclfen and'mixed yearlings, »54$36; medium kinds around, J16-J2.1 Meetings Wcslyan snrvlce Guild of the First Methodist Church will meat tonlslit. 7:30 p.m. at the church. All employed owmen of the church ar c invited to attend this meeting, It was announced by Miss Kutopla Whitworth, president. Osccofo N*w< Mhs Mary Lorene cox will arrive today from Washington, D 'C to spend several days with her parent*. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox, ana her iiunt, MlM Emma Cox. She U inroute to San Francisco where the hai accepted an appointment I 0 the Letttrman Otnernl Hospital, being transferred from Walter Heed Haipltal in Washington. O. D Ayrej has returned to bis homo from MomphU Bapllst Hospital where lie has been a pnttant ..You Woimn HOT FLASHES FEEL CHILLY! Are you tdnjt through the funo- tlonal 'rnlddle-nce' period peou- llar to women (18-62 yrs.) ? Doea tills make you suffer from hot flaahes, feel so nerpoui, lilgh- •trung, lrrlt*bl». weak? Then DO try Lydia E. Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound to relieve such •ymptoirn. It's lamous for t)il»I Taken regularly — Plnkhom'i Compound holp» build uji retUt- ancc against, such 'inUmlc-uite 1 dlstreu. It'c what Doctors call a uterine sedative. It positively contains no opiate* — no habit- forming druKS. It htlft nature (you know what we mean). Plnkhcunfe Compound U ftlao *, great stomachic tonic! LYDIA S.t.rtUy No puskei honored OB ftuoday At Contlnuau* ghowi Rat. a>4 tut. B.r t »ln Night ETWjr Night llMft CoritlnuoiM Shows Every D«y lin\ Office Opcnn 1:4» Show Starts 2:00 I.ISTKN TO KLCN *:»• a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:N p^a, the Koiy I,aHl Tlmt Todmy The Unfinished Dance with Mar|*ret Omritm M*fl Crii CharteM PAT*mount Ntwi und Bh«rt C'ftntlniMua StKWlm Kytry^ay Tuesday and Heats AH Day and Night Without Refueling Th» WARM MORNING employs amazing, patented, interior centtructlon prlnclplM which result In remarkiblc heating efficiency at lew co«t. Burn* any kind of coal. coke or br i- queti. Semi-automatic, mag nine feed. Hnld» fir* for several day* on closed draft. Start a fire but once a year. Rcquirct less tttantlon than moat furnaces. Now more than a million in uscJ Come tn and see this remarkable K**(«•• •*OML «1O*X *ilh" Jl ~ »»t»f Drift R*t Kubbard Hardware Co. & Hoke Appliance Co. Hubbard Furniture Co. •IF- Ypur Car, Needs Repair You're Endangering Others Livei! Don't Risk A Lawsuit Let Shelton Give Your CAR A Safety Checkup! SHELTON MOTOR ^ -^ 119 West Ash St. COMPANY Phone 4438 rmnnwant' ttrw* foil Cantlnaau llwvlitf 1:15 p.m.-ll:*« fjm. Ban Office Optni <:N| Show 8UH» «:«S Time Today Tqrzan and Leopard Woman with Johnnj WdMraller « N«wn A «cla«iMi gk»rt MUnl Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Comiitf to HM GEM THEATRE Blyth.rilk, Ark. Valley of Fear with Johnny Matt Bmm C«nf* Sh««5 Sat. 12:M t* 11:W Cont. Showing Suaday 1:M-11:I9 Arfmteslon Adulti tit, T»» 1

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