The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 14, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARKL) COURIER NEWS Mi£s Robin Gill .Wed To'Tommie N. Bennett Mls-i Benme Robin Gill, dnu t <>i- ler of Mr. and Mrs. Btn O. GUI or Dell, became th« bride vest'Tci.iy afternoon of^TWjunl^ h? Bennett, son- of Mr and* Mrs Albert E. Beiinett, alsp of Dell. T)ie.,'^ei;epi9.ny jr > r a,s. polemnlzcd at tlie>h«pe~;o( v the bnd«'s parents by the; Rev. John W. Bass. nastof ct Lavr-ar Height* _ Baptist Chiiren 01 Memphis. The wedding v.-as attended ; only by memtjer.s of itie two •families." ' •The Imjibvlsed altar of palms ond greenery, llanlwd by fJ':br baskets of white ' gladioli imtl tapers aglow In Iron wrought candelabras, served vas;-a .setting lor the exchanging tit vowS. Tapers were; lighted, preeail'hg the ceremony, by ' Mrs. Russell Gill and Mrs. Eraxton Gill, sisters- in-la.vv of th<; bride; Miss Joyce Gill, who served Her sister suit of accessories and carnations. ^ maid. of honor, v.ure a y^ g'afanrdlne. with brown a corsage of Robert Bennett was his brother's Barbara Whittle To Wed Jackson, Temi., Man Miss Barbara Whittle of Memphis, member of the high school set here before the family moved to , Memphis, will be married 10 Frank T. Bruer of Jackson, Tenn., in a wedding to be brilliantly sol- cmntecd Dec. 22 at Jnck.son, Tenn. Miss Whittle, daughter of Ml;. Hazel Mason Whittle of .•Memphis, has b«fln making her home with an uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Ro- inns Massey, while attending Union University, there, following graduation last Spring from Central High School. She Is a-pledge "of CM Omega sorority. Mr. Bluer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Earl Bruer or Jackson, also is a student nt Union University VlH'ie he Is a pledge of Slgmri Alpha KplslOn fraternity, lie served in the Navy 33 months. ' The wedding, at First Mctliodlst Church in Jackson, will he followed by a i-eceiHion nt the New Soiilh- cni Hotel where Mr. and Mrs, Mas- scy will entertain. Numerous lUfalrs are hcnif given fur (he bride-elect, prior to Ihe Miss Whittle has visited In niy- tiievlllc several times ns !; of Miss Frances ehoiise and her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Sliouse. , since moving to Memphis. Tl ; e"bfide,"i?iven in v miu-rlaije by her father, chose for her wedding costume a Freiss original drcss- ninker suit of miit'gVcy gabardine with black accessories. A core.igc j Af -pardenlas'^was pinned at her »»• ci II 1 rfio\ilder and she •carried a wlilte IVllSS Ohaver Honored linen handkerchief trimmed wltn lace from her mother's wedding dress, 1 ** >"V ' '•• ' * v > • -'; . A receotion followed with Mrs. Udell Newson. and Mrs. c. B. Bennett, sisters-in-law of the bridegroom, ^presiding ,at the. refreshment table: A tic-red -wedding cak« toppen \vit)i a hilnlattu-e b'rldfe ; artd' [•room and surrounded with rjar- !am!s>'jjr>.white -and pinlci cama- Ud&.fwas'lhe: centerpiece of the !,ice-rli-ar)ed table.' White tapers in ' silver holders and clusters ot plnVi cartMtlons" ttfcd- with 1 white f.itln j ribbon completed ihe tnWo decorations ...;,,,...., ' After n wedding trip to the Mia- plss^oul Gulf :Co(i«t Mr. nnd Mrs. Bennett will make their home in Dell, where he Is engaged In far.'n- Ing. and where she ,w!ll continue as 'instructor in Dell High Soiled. ' - * *. • Vailima Shepoard Has P^rty on Birthday Confined to her bed since August 23rd. Vailima Sheppard received ex- tra'Joy pn her- thirteenth birthday, Dep. 3. when 28 friends were present to help her celebrate. Hostesses for the afternoon were At Dessert Bridge Christmas greenery, uniquely shuped candles and many-colored shining balls were effectively used for the Yulelide setting yesterday afternoon when Mis. Oscar Fendler and Mrs. Robert A. Porter enter- fe.ilui)ng holly, pine ted biiTlcs banked (he tained with a dessert bridge party honoring' Miss uinrgnrct Shaver, who has been complimented with numerous events since announcement of her engagement to Joe P. Pride Jr.. was made Sunday. Sprays ol green-leafed shrubbery, cones and living room windows of the r'endlcr home and the miniature candles, In shapes of varied Christmas season figures, added to the arrangement. Clusters of Nandlna berries were centerpieces for the three small tables. Hi-ranged in the living room, and brklal tallies marked the places. i •A giant red taper, surrounded with greenery Interspersed with pine cones and ball-shape ornaments, featured the dining loom dccoiB'.ion and on the buffet acre more greenery and shining balls, featured with bows of red ribbon. Following serving of dessert. bridge gyts plp.yed with high score prils :going to Mrs. James Terry, whose- gift wus n pair of Christmas Lutheran Group Elects Officers For New Year James Heal was elected president of the Fellowship Club of Pilgrim Lutheran Church during- a recent meeting ol Ihe home of Miss Jane MtLsod. WeMon Ncrt?l was named vice president, and Mrs. llobcrl Jaeger, -secrctary-lrcasm-fr. The nev. Mr. Jaeger led the Bible topic discussion on first chapter, of Corinthian, the fjreal "kovc chapter of' Ihc Bible.' Plans were completed during the business session for the Iwai'uiflra- tion of the church interior for the Christmas season. Miscellaneous Shower Honors Miss Robin Gill Miss Robin Gill, bride-elect ol Tominie Bennett or Dell, was honored Thursday night with a miscellaneous slower at the Dell Club House by Mrs. K. M. Withers. Mrs. H. 11. Crawford, Mrs. M. W. Louis, and Mia, L. O. Wilson. Tim club room was decorated with w. bridal and.Christmas motif when inangements of holly, colored with red berries, were used flanked by red tapers In crystal candelabras, The 75 guests were served angel food cake and coffee after the bride-elect opened her gifts. Christmas Party Held At First Baptist Church The soft glow cast by many slender red Christmas tapers burning in crystal candle holders illghted the lofreslunonL table Thursday night when Hie Young Married Couples Class of the Baptist Train- Ing Union of First Baptist Church entertained with a Christinas parly at the church. Thirty members were present, lo- kether with a Biiest. the Rev. E. U. Brown, pastor ot the church. Sprnys of bright red Namlina berries added a lurther touch ' of color to the table. Later in the evening gifts were exchanged from the gaily lighted 'Christmas tree. Woman Club Program Feature School Choir At The Hocpttab Walk Hosjillal Admitted: Mrs. Max Walsoti, Arinorel.- A. O. Moody, Dell, Dismissed: Austin York. city. Mrs. Zelma Llndsey. Rteele, Mn. Mi 1 m phis HapUst Hospital Born to Mr. uml Mrs. O. R. Li>jht. loot. Wllsyn. n son. Memphis M«thodl*t Hosnitil Admitted: Mrs. R. 0. iiranch, Joiner. Blyihevllk Hospital Admitted: t'annie Cain, city. Mrs. Krlith Willyard, Holland M o Elizabeth Scott, Manila. Mrs. Myrtle Osborn, clly. James Donohue. Dell. Joyce Virginia McHnc, city. Dnrn to M|-. und Mrs. John C' Walton, city, n.daughter this nioii'-' Ing. i ja missed: K'uycne Quarlc.s, city. W. A, Dnbyns, city. Mrs. I. If. Glenn. Cooler, Mo. ",-:. J. Hi-yeans,-city. Mrs. K. I. Wiseman Jr., Dell. Bride Elect, Fiance, Visit With Her Mother's Club When Mrs. Kverctt 13. Gee er.ior- lalncd the Thursday Luncheon Club Thursday afternoon she Invited Miss Nancy Kirshner und her flpnc>* Chief Petty Officer Guy Trisler and her rather, H. F. Kh-slnier, to vh!t informally with the players so Hint Mr. Trlslcr might, meet, members of Mr.s. Klrshncr's bridge club. The bridge g[im[»i followed luncheon. Coming Evenii MONDAY First Baptist Woman's Missionary Society will meet nt 2:30 p.m. nt church for Royal Service Program First Christian Woman's Couneii will have n Christmas party ainl covered dish luncheon at the home of Mrs.I. O. Westbrooks Jr. First Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet In Kronps for Christmas parlies .with Circle One meeting nt 2:30 om with Mrs. G. G. Hubbard; Circle l-'uiir at 2:30 p.m. at Ihe home of SATURDAY, DECEM1JKR other rclntlves. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Long Tiave had n.s their guest, their daughter. Mrs. Chnrlcs Hick* and daughter, Ncjnmi of BcllvlHe, Mich. Condition of Mrs. Joe Isaacs, seriously 111 at Memphis Baptist Hospital, was .improved last night and doctors plan to start Klvins j .series of blood transfusions H, ID-lfj CHURCH NEWS her CHRISTIAN SC1E?.'CE SKKVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 141fi \V. i«ain "God the Preserver of Man" is Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. I levelling Worship. 7-33 pin. ( Methodist Youth Fellowship ! p.m. | 1'raycr Meeting, Wednesday • p.m. OI!D| U ;iI 1'II.RIM LUTIIKKAN CHURCH Oth and Walnut Robert Jaeger, pastor Resiili'iu'e: 513 North I.-iflh Phone 2704 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, n a.m. Sunday School Teachers' Meeting, Tuesday. 7:15 p.m. Adult liible Class, Tuesday, 7:-!!J p.m. Hosu Schuneritsch, who also went down with Mrs. Isaacs, remained in Memphis with her. Shawnec P.T.A. Presents Ploy Night Program The Sl.iw.-nee High School gymnasium was the scene, Wednesday nijjlit. of :i party sponsored by the P. T. A, Some 50 guests played a variety of games. Christmas customs were used as a theme. The gniws were directed by Miss Mable Nance of the faculty. ' Rfln-slmients were served and gifts txc-hanged. A dec-orated tree served as a lull) around which all activities revolved. Hostesses for the occasion were: Mrs J. W. Miller. Mrs. w. I). Buikelt. Mrs. Roy Grc.enwill, Mrs W. O. Music, Mrs. Luiulcrdale, Mrs •"b-t' Friend. Mrs. A. S. Catching Mrs. R. L, Johnson, Mrs. Vermin Mitchell, Mr.s. Mflchcll Rogers, Mrs J. B. Riltlemeycr, Mrs. H. E Mu- skk. Mrs. W. G. Childrcs antt Mrs. R. O. Bryan. Mrs. J. B. Wilson and Mrs Olii-er Clark were on the decoration crj-mittee. Invocation was given by Rev. H. M. Sansford, pastor of the Joiner Methodist Church. Christmas carols were sung -by UIH croup during the final section of activities, hiuhlighted by a sacred reading by Miss Nance. FLAT LAKE METHODIST CHURCH Ituy fj, AIcLester, Pastor Chui'Ch Service. 9:30 a.m. Sclmn-h Sclioo! 10:30 a.m. l'itO.MtSi:i> LAND MKTI1OD1ST CHURCH Ray L. Mcl,iister, |>astor Church School. 10 ji.m, Prcaehiii^ Hervicc. 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship. 0:39 p.m. YARI1RO MKTHO1HST CHURCH K-iy L Mcl.'.'Sler. pastor Church School, 10 a.m. Worship Service,. 7 p.m. TDMl'l.i; T,-:itAO, Dr. Alfr/jil Vise, ruljbl Woman's Clah S'.uulay School. l:3i) p.m. Service. 3 p.m. Si 1 liats of RflirMons." p.m. m.llAXUEl, KAI-TIST CHUKCII A. M. Iloiutnu, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. .Vornlnt; Worship, 11 a.m. TrulnlriK Union. V |,.i n , It-fining Service, 7;:t u 'p.,„. \VednesdRy night prayer .service 7 p.m. ASfiEsim.v or GOD ';f:i)ftcji (..<:. ItKinscy, pastor ftimday School, D:-!5 a.m. Mcniihu Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambasr.mlor services CM Children's church. K-.m p.m. Kvangclistic Service, 7:30 p.m. GATK^VAY TAISEKNACM! Mo\varil Street lie 1 .-. I.. <;. ilnrah, pas [or Church : : cr\ r iff, '^-4^, -,\ m Kvcnin.- Woivsliip, t-.ti, aim. •rvlce, Wednesday and : "Ksseu-! Fi-lday. 7:30 p.m. i KT. ?,lATTIf];ws This marked the tenth consecu-. live year in : which the Shawnec; P-arent Teachers Association has .staged this play inght program. ) PlcESIlV'l IJKIAN CHURCH ; ilurvcv T. Kldrl, p-istor l Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Dr.' Brute Boncy of 'Batesville. guest speaker. i j'unlcr and Senior Choir Practice. 2:45 p in. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. ] Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday. 7 1 p.m. Leon Staffords Parents A daughter was born Dec. 2. to Mr. and Mr.s. Leon Stafford of Ocean Beach, Calif. The baby has I 3 -" 1 been named Paula Stafford. M Stafford i« the soi* ^.- M- -, H | ;—. FIRS']' METHODIST CHIKICII Alil-ll D. Stewtrl. pastor filnwsJi School. 0:45 a.ln. Mornine Worship. 10:50 a.m. The Messiah. 4 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, 7:3fl p.m. Junior rollows!ii|), Friday. 3:13 L. W. Stafford of Blythevllle. Nazarene Evangelist To Fill Pulpit Sunday The Rev. Harold c. Thompson. 11 Pirst will candles, and second to Miss her sisters. Clementine mid Bon- , ,,, t .,, i u Mlss me,. Sheppard. .The hoine was dec- 1 Jano Branson who received a guest orated -with arrangements of red towel. Miss Shaver was presented rostes and potted plants. I silver salt and pepper shakers. . 4fter Up .opening- of the gifts Iniluilcct in the 12 ene-,ts were e '"'"'' lay - iCe - Creni " ' Mrs - Jahn ^y Bish °P of Memphis; . housc^uest of her parents Mr and | Mrs. Tom P. Martin. ™* wm i' - -- anil birthday coke were served. . j '.;* •-', . *• , . Mi's Chandler Hostess O Tuesday Bunco Glub Marriage Announced Mrs. A. J, Camcrson Songs and stories o( Christmas were featured at the Woman's Club mcelhn: ycstcrclny afternoon with the High School Acappcux Choir presenting a program of Christmas carols. The choir of 70 voices" under the ilircctton of -Mrs.. Wilson Henry sang "Deck the Halts witTi Bows of,'Holly". "Carol of the Bells"; "Carol ot the Birds" "'First Noel." "Ciintiqne DeNoel" with Mary Ann Parks soloist'. "Silent Night." Miss \Vanda Barhani • was accom- ^anisl for the group uncl Bllllc June Rodgcrs assisted with the bell lyre. Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon toKl n Christmas story, "The Jngsler ol Notre Dome," by.Annlole of France. I Greenery and gay Christmas (tcc- I orations with a lighted tree was Mrs. B. A. Lynch; Circle Six will meet with Mrs. E. B. Gee nt 2'30 p.m. Miss Dorothy Jean Higmlnsun 'v'll be hostess to GEO Club lor a Christmas party. TUESDAY Alpha Beta Chnuler uf EiKi:o:i Siymn Alpha .will.: meet TuWlaV night at Ihe home of 'Kirs. C:i'-. Alley at 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Wednesday Club will be "nle taincd by Mrs. W. J. Pollurd Bits of News -no evangelist of fill the nulpil, at The Rev. Mr. Thompson will also be In charge of the program lo be presented tonight at 'he church by The Fppley Sisters Gos- ix-l. Quintette of Manchester, p a The program will heein at 7:^u o'clock S,n1m?,n T -,o Swlanl " n '- andMr£ ' R ' A: >™\ was b The :°re. i>sod. Miss Jewel May served ns w, , , n , . , , honor and j. p. vinson Wednesday Lliib Meets M'?irriage Announced Mn anil Mrs. James Oxford announce the marriage of their daughter Miss ,-Jacquelinc. -Virginia Oxford to Ot'ri Beifaley of Terr'e Haute, Ind. , r3 . ;; "•. The double"-rihE ceremony vi-as solemnized Sunday, Dec. 8 In Os- cebla. *rs. Bensley attended Blytheville High School before going to Terrc Haute --to become employed . Mr B3tis!ey was Graduated from Terre Hiuite High'. School and server) for Jhree years in the Navy The couple will live .in Terrc Haute where he is employed. Read'Courier rJcwa Want'Ads. of st man."- • bride wore n suit ol royal blue wool with black accessories and a corsage of red carnations. Mrs. Bailey w.s graduated tfoin Stecle. Mo., Klgh"School and was connected with Walls Hospital before her marriage. •Mr. Bailey, a veteran of three years service In the Navy is now connected with Lay Eich Chevro- tet Co. mate Mr. and Mrs. Bailey \v their home in Blytheville. With Mrs.. Cunningham Mrs. C. A, .Cunningham wns hos- two to the guests. Wednesday Club . Ms. Chester CaUKvoll and Mrs. Elton Kirby. Christmas turn's and niTanisc- mcnls of carnations decorated Hie dining table where Ihe luncheon was served. Mrs. Cunningham won high *coro and Mrs. n. i[. Kirby was second Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tiplon have laKen nn npartment at Panumn City, Pla., where (hey plan to remain until n/ter Christmn.s. Th-Mi- address is Box 150. Mrs. Jennie Malone is ill nt her home on Highway 1R East. Shu is undergoing treatments fur brunchil tis and malaria. Ktvvoutl Dccn. who has been ill with imeumonia. has been reimvi-d to the Memphis Baptist Hospital for treatment. Mr. and N(rs. A. E. Erdmann of Masonic lodge Elects Officers for 1946 Charles p. pord has been elected worshipful master of the OoCc- ola. Masonic lodge for the new year. Other officers nnmccl, also to be installed In a special service Dec. 27. will be: Roy Chian. senior win-den; N. A Haynos junior wardeiy W. T. Toole. treasurer: E. R. Bognn, secretary; W L Hanna, senior deacon; Lewis Wilbanks. junior deacon; G. B. SoBi-aves. trustee. Cab Passenger Injured . Ted Ward. World War II veteran of Osceola. i s Iwlicvid improving following a highway accident last Saturday near OsceoM, in which both legs were fractured. ' Removed to Campbell clinic in Memphis, he also suffered severe I lacerations, shock and internal in- ' juries. The cab. in which lie was 'id- Ing, was driven by Jimmy Ricketts of Osceola. It was said the nia- FIRST BAl'TIST CHURCH i'. C. !iri>vvn, pastor D. n. Ktatlsiir, AMQCUtc Fnstor Sunday School, y-.n a.m. Morning worship. 10:55 a. m. Baptist 'rVaininj! Union, (;:3t) Kvcning Worship, 7:30 p.m. - CAI.VAKY HAl'TIST CHUKril l>. II- .lerrigan, pastor Sunday School. 9MS a.m. Morning Worshi]), 10:i55 a.m. Training Union. 0:30 p.m. Kvcning Worship. 7:30 p.m. BAPTIST'CHAl'Kl, Lilly Street Sunday School. 0:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training union, C:3< Kvcnin :30 p.m. Worship; 7:3o p.m. T AKK STKEET »IKTIIO1>IST CHURCH Rev. n. ir. Llevins, luistor Church School. 9:50 a.m. l!cv. 11. I-'miii-is MfDi-vitt. pastor !:«'v. Paul I'.ujarslii. assistant pastor Sunday Masiics. n a. in. FUr.r, fJOSJ'EL TAHEIINAOI.E !>. 1C. Harmon, pavin? S'.indn.v rt-hoo!, n-1: ,n.'--. Mr,i-nin_. WorsMp. ji :\ , (1 Voi-lli! IVoplo. C-!='|: in T-:venin:{ Worslilp, 7:3(1 p.m. FIKST K. S. ISainl, pastor Bible school. 9:45 n .m Mornin B Worship, |0:r,o am r-Ivenini; eronps, G:30 p.m. r ,, r age Worship. 7:30 ,,.„,_ < OF THE J.MJHACI.JI,ATE CONCKI'TION Hi-v. ];. Francis McDnvitt. pastor llev. I'aul itujai-skr, assistant liaslin Sunday Mas-sp.s 7:30 and io-30 p.m. Nnvenu lo_ our SoiTow. r n] Molh- IT Fi-iilav. 7:30 p.m. Weekday MMSP.S, 8 p.m. PERMANENTS Oil of TuIipvrniMl ina C'rwne FOR CHRISTMAS Ilcvlon C.if( Rets Ilclciic Curtis Cold Waves nermclic Cosinefic-s The Beauty Bar I'lione 3201! Glcncoe Hotel Columbia City. Intl., arrived Ibis chine left Highway Gl a short c''i- nioi-nniB for nn extended visit with tance south of o'sceola and over- ciii ami turned. Mr. and Mrs. Ross high during the bridge names. - Xmas Special ; free Manicure ^_- -:*!*h each • PERMANENT >, " ""'Hiiir S«t or r FACIAL . I from D«c. 9Hi ; through Dec. 21 $t. Ci»M Waves $10 — $15 '20 Permanent v up Machinefess MJ.50 Permanent .... Q up House of Shaw S«.0l» Facials 0,11 $fi, Q S«. 0 for Appoinl Arties Beauty 313 N. 2nd "THE MESSIAH" H.v 0. F. HANDEI, will be Presented by the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH December 15th at 4 o'clock Mrs. Wilson Henry, Director Mrs. John Caurfil], Organist this ad sponsored by GUARD'S There is and our routeman will call for your Laundry Bundle. You'll like our Service and our Work! The BLYTHEVILLE Laundry - Dry Cleaners 2TO South Second St. «\ \ ' ----- as seen m j full color in the .SEVENTEEN THE SWEATER GIRLS Two new sweater lovelies - basic beauties for every wardrobe. Tak« yours in a dashing llirce color strip. ttJ combination that does wonderful things for you .. . . or. a darling diamond weave placed high in fashion'* newest mood. Tuck them In your skirt - ; or wear them out In a casual manner Su«s 32 to 33. $4.95 JIEDEL'S CHURCH OF CHRIST K. W. Slovall, imstnr Sunday School, 9:SO a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 a.m. Evening Service, 8 p.m. NUM1SEU NINE IIAI'TIST CHURCH Howard II. Iviiu-. j>:i-,t»r Sunday School, 0:-!S . Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting, p.m. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Martarrt Detn Smith, Owiier 1st Nat'l Bank JUdf. Phone K71 Christmas Special! lr>.0n Kayettc Cold \Vavo . 10.00 Ifoil Miichincluss . . KKVr,ON fJM'T .SKT .1:mii;cc Fraviicr <l|ial I!. V JANIECE'S Beauty Shop Ingrain Hliljr. flump '.'.sun A Gorgcoiss Galoxy of Xmcis Cards Awaits You ai- frhe The Tof Shop Continuous Shows Every Day Show Starta 2:80 LISTEN TO KLCW >:•» a.m. iz-.K p.m. 4:3* 9Jm Sahirdiiy Mars From Rainbow Valley with Monte H;il= and Adrian Ilouth "Hop Harrigan" Nn. r, am! Slinrl Cnnt'ii. Shows Sat. 10:15 :i,m.- 11:30 p.m. Sund»y and Monday The Killers Hurt Laiiushrr and A\-a <lar<lncr Paramount New* nn« Selpctefl Shnrl Cont'it. Sliows Klin. l:iri-tl:0fl Hot Office OPJM 0:45 SatnrtUj. Opens Sunday 1:09; Start! 1:11 Centhmona Sbows Sat. and 8»». n M K ht UTrry Nlshi ETC»»« a!r* uunt'lr<i no owudAy nt Uit Knu. Heading West willl Cll.-lllfs Sl:irrMt "Hrarlcl llarsciiun" \ (1 . -, ,^. siiorl Conl'il. .Slmn-s I0 : ;((l („ ]i:30 -SiintJay anil Aiondny It's a Pleasure Soiija Hciiie, Micl.nd O'Slwa Fox News and Selects! Shorts C.onllnuous Showing Sat. 1:15 to II

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