The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 8, 1947
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1947 BLYTDBVILIJB (ARK.) COUREBE HKWB ill's. Pease Speaker Jl P. E. 0. Meeting [Mrs. willard H. Pease discussed ottey • Junior college for Girls, jhich is sponsored by the P. E. O. jhlerhood, yesterday afternoon at ] meeting of Chapter N, P. E. O. Istcrhood, when Mrs. Lloyd tick:*jji tl W as hostess. Mrs" pease Was a scholarship UKlcnt, at the college, she (old of ;ie school's Uaditions and Ihe stu- j«nt's life there, poinliin; out lhat. ^)r every 10 (.iris there was one tismiclor. Mrs. stickinon served a dessert ' Was SS Class Luncheon iVleel c fiuarierly luncheon of Dorcas juiulay School ciars of First Bap- ,ist Church was held yesterday at 'lie church ulih 10 members of [He organization nltciidiii". 1 Mrs. w. H. Maxwell cave the /cvotional. taken from the 100th jSiJlm, anci Ic-d in prayer. Mrs.' E. I- Stevens spoke on the life of peorgc Washington i Miss Cordelia wiihilc, president, -onductcd the business session. * * * Alvin Lane Plays' With GNB Club Mrs. Alvin Lane played hmsttay afternoon WRI", , f GNU club when Mrs ffall entertained with a >ai'ly. High score prize went oui s Zeller, bunco lo Mr: fyronc and low to Mrs. l(| hostess served a >late. Mrs. Welch Hostess To Odette Members Mrs. Loy Welch Thursday afternoon DC// Supper Club Has Dance at Hut The Dell Supper club had its monthly supper dance Thursday night at The Hut with Mr. and Mrs. Tull Johnson and Mr. niiti Mrs. Herman Kochler as hosts and hostesses. The seasonal Valentine motif WHE used In decoralions. Large red and while hearts were suspended from the celling and the ball-room entrance was decorated to resemble a huge valentine. The henrt-shap- etl opening was large enough for only couple lo pass through at a time. A reel and white ice course concluding the supper also carried out a St. Valentine's uay theme. Members from Dell, 'Blytheville and Manila make up the club New members present Thursdav night were Mr. and Mrs. nob Lowe of Manila; Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Hays of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs Harold Knopp of Dell. Ouests included Mr. and Mrs. R. «. Wallace and Mr. and Mrs Bill Campbell, all of Dell; Mr a ml Mrs. M. W. Johnson, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dunkin, all of Sikestoti, Mo., and jimmy perry and Miss Medina Enochs, both of Dlylhevillc. Byron bunc/]' Demonstration Club Meets at Mitchell Home Mrs. Odis Jarrett was elee'eel president of the Promised Land Homo Demonstration club nl a, meeting Wednesday when Mrs Hubert Mitchell was hostess Other orricers elected were Mre Everett Davis, vice president.; Mrs W. P. Fitzgerald, secretary mm treasurer, nnd Mrs. A. C. buclos rcixirter. The chairmen who will serve a-e dessert. Mrs. J. M . Vcazey. garden leaner; Mrs. Mitchell, canning chairman; Mrs. Duelos, poultry chairman, ana Mrs. Russell Gaincs, clothing chairman. Brooder experiments for chicks and the correct time ror spring garden fertilization were discussed. Roll call W ns answered with nirm- Bits of News <!• Mastiff. Mrs. Suiuucl r. Norris spcnl yesterday In Memphis, where 4'he nt- ' tended the luncheon of William I Strong Chapter, Daughters of tlu- American Revolution, at I'arkview Motel. She \vi<s accompaiiica by Mrs. James Hill Jr., Mr. Nunis and J. Albert Enderlin. : Bob Mellancy. who hus been a • student at the Oulverr.lly or Arkansas. Fayctteville, during the past semester, has returned home to bi> wllh his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Jonn C. McHancy. Before returning hum:', he was the guest of Mins Wllinu Oldhiiin and her parenls in Arkadelphia. group or Baptists Plan School to Train More Workers In iin effort lo make the lliip- IW Sunday Hchool stronger mid more efficient, the Sunday School °l l-'li'st liaptlst Church will launch a week-long Kfficlciicy cimipulV' 1 To strengthen the organl/ulton and make It more efficient, the cnmnalgn will emphasize enltsl- inenl of new workers nnd new nieinljers. Improve Iciiclilng nnd stress A fncully ot outstanding Sunday School workers ol Arkansas ami Mlsslssliipi will lend the ciun- IJ.'ilfiii. '"J'enchliiB Adults" will be lauyht by tli r nev. joe Kicd I.iick of nnonevlllc; '"IVachlng Young People", by i do Ucv. Guy Wilson of Little Kock; "The Art of Teaching Intermediates", by Mrs. A. C. Knlb of Litllr liock; "Junior School ol At The HoipitaU Robert Wayne Ncal. Holland, Mo. SancU'ii Knight, city. Born to M,., luirt Mrs . j llck NcM .. som. a daughter, this morning, Dl.smls.srct: Mrs. lii'ijiiiin iiobarth nnd buoy, Osceoln. Svic Turner. clU. KelleUa Mnrle ' Lucius, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Tommie Green and buoy, Ccinilhersvllle. Mo. Mrs. CMny Mntflien-s, nto. 1. Mrs. Vance Dlxon anil baby, city. Mrs. Kva Teague, Muulln. CHURCH NEWS A croup or niythevillc boys wi!| return loinurrow to FnyettcviHe. • .*„..., „, where they are students at the UnU \ Work." by Mr.v sicljcrt Halloy versity or Arkansas, arter spending j I'ly-kln; "Bpglmir-r smtduv the uctwecn-scmeater holidays aiiwirk" nnd "Primary Sunday I School Work." by Mrs. Joe Fred I Luck or Booncville: "Nursery ne- iwrlincnt of tin; Sunday School"' and "Crndle Holl Department or tlin Sunday school", by Miss Carolyn Madison of Jackson. Miss., and "Tlic Extension Department" by the liev. i). n. liicdsoe, Associate FIRST MKIIIODIST CIIIIIU.'II 'Allen I). Stewart, pastor Church School. 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:fiO am. .Senior Yoiilh ycllowshiii, 5 p.m. Intermediate Youlh i-vllowshlp, 0:30 pm. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Choir rclicnrsul. Wcdnesdiiy, 7:30 p.m. PAGE TBJREK'' tXAT LAKI-: MKTIlOmST C1IUHC11 Jin) 1 t. Mrl.ostcr, pastor Bunclny tidiool. 10, IMMANUCI. HAI'TIST CIIUKCII A, M. Huiiston, pustur Suixlny School, lo n.m. Morning Worship, [i n.m. Training Union, i p.m. ICvcnliip Service, V:ao p.m. Weilncsclny night i>rnycr service, 7 p.m. GATEWAY Howitnl Street llev. i,. o. Itorult, jiaslor Church service, <J:.|!> n.m, Evening Worship, l:'io n.m. Church Service, Wednesday und Frldny, 7:30 p.'i). FIKBT S'KKSBVTCKUN UIURCH Harvey 'r. Klil'l, pastor Sunday Bohoo), 0:45 am. Mornlnu Worship, n n jn. Junior Choir, o p.m. Supper for Young people, p.m. Evening Hcrvlcc, 7:30 p.m Norval s hostess till: Oct -• ---.•. ..-ju.j Lu t ,,i ; \ji;- <-^,i ...mi \\.is iiiiswurea wllh nirin- cue Club nl her homo, 1017 West, bers telling why they consideicd it Mr, i r „-,,, , 'Essential to keep farm and home Mrs. j. c. Ellis won lni»|i ocore accounts. served after games Mis. C. Ellis won hii»|i ; br!cigc prize in afternoon and second high went lo jjames Hill Jr. Hearts nnd Valentine arrange inents carried out a St. Valeiitinu's M. Veazy. pay theme. Refreshments were [served. accounts. Refreshments were business sessior , The next meeting will he held March 5 at Hie home of Mrs 1 Club Is Entertained With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. E. R. 'Laiicashirc entertained Thursday at he,- Jiome. im'l ickajawln. with a bridge luncheon. Members of the Thursday Contract club were guests. Luncheon wns served at the ciin- .in<r Inble. Arrangements ol spring iflowers decorated Hie home. In bridge games, high score prlzo vrtut to Pilr.s. Lancashire and sec,^ higli to Mrs. Henry Hum- >phiey.s. .Mrs. Morse Wins In Bridge Games Mrs. Byron Morse won nigh score prize Thursday when His. A. G. Little was hostess to tl.e Thursday Luncheon club with a bridge luncheon. Mrs. Kir.vimcr won second hieh. Guests were served from the dining room table. Mrs. Byruni Hostess Mrs. raui Byrum \vao hostess ye.~- erririy afternoon to members ol the CHC Club and another guest, 'Mrs. J. U. Smith. Rook was p'.nyecl during the af- fij^oon with hiirh s:oie prize goin:,' 'Ajg^rs. O. O. E'ikins. second to dy t . Alvin H'irdy and rooko to Mr.'. Lean E.-hcrer. The i:c;.',lc.,^ servcrt H dessert course. Disnkins Complimented In Inglewood, Calif. j Mr. and Mrs. Dan M. Dunkin. I who are [jucsts of Mr. and Airs. Ir.c p. Allen of Inglewood, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dunkin of Los Amides, have been entertained with social affairs nliu sightseeing trips and Hcllywoocl. according to" an liiglewcod newspaper. Before returning here. Mr. and Mrs. Dunkin will go to San Francisco ' to be the guests of Mrs. Dunkiii's nephew and to Portland, Ore., to visit Mr. Dunkiii's br'Jih- cr whom he has not seen in -It) yea rs. *; t liome. They include Ed.sel Iliu'hi-r. son or Mr. and Mrs. E. Harbor; Don Chamblin, son ol Mr. nnd Mr.v i,. D .Cnhmblin, Clmrles and Ulcli- arcl Rose, sons of Mr. and Mr;,. | Charles Rose, and Harry Parr, son; of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Farr. i Mr. and Mrs. Oscur Pencllcr and I son, T. P. Wright; left this movu-' ing for New Orleans lo spend uvo 1 weeks. Mr. Fendler, svlio retained his commission of lieutenant, commander in Ihe Nnvnl Reserve following his discharge from active service, will be on duty during the two wee^cs. The Rev. W. F. Cooley has returned to his home in Harrison. Ail:., after having been tbe guest ol Yiu parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. Kusscll FMiillii,.;. daughter, Mrs. -Betty Phillips, and her son, Mike, returned home yesterday arter spending a nionlli in Arizona and New Mexico. Thev were accompanied lo Arizona b'v Russell Phillips Jr., student at , Southern Arizona, near Tncson. i William o. Nelson of Baldwyn. Miss., is visiting friends in Blvtlie- ville. Miss Maudie Modinger will return tomorrow to St. Louis, where she is a student at the University of St. Louis. During her bctween- scmcstcr vacation. Miss ModliiRer was ill with measles. Mr. and Mrs. j. u Pi st . r ' O f El Paso. Tex., huve returned to their home after having been the cucsts ot her parents, Mr. and M.-S. E. W. Justice. They also have vlsltert .Mrs. Piser's sister, Miss Mayo McCall, in Memphis, and hi:; relatives In West Memphis. , Mrs. George Scvier or Talhilah. m Los Aiigcles|La., the former Miss Eiuin Oarreil ,—,,,;„„ ... ... 0 , Blytheville, underwent a second major operation Wcdne.vri.iy ,-it Mercy Hospital i,, vicksburg. Her condition is much improved. Dr. J. A. saliba will' he in Memphis Monday on business. B'Nnl B'vith Lodge, (ollowcd by social hour. Classes will be held each lilght from 7 to 7:45 o'clock i,n,< 8 to 8:<!5 o'clock. The 15 minutes between classes has been set aside n5 nil Inspiration Period. University Names Four Razorback Beauties of 1947 FAYETTEVRLK. A 1T:., Fell. [).— Hi!'*—Four university of Arkansas c'o-nds, three (rcsliineii and one senior, today reigned ,,.s "Roorback brauiu's." followini. tlu-lr selection by Newspaper Arllst Mlllon Canlff. The girls, whose pictures will ap- pcar in Hie beauty section of the univei-sily yearbook, the "Kazor- back,' arc Elinor Mnyflclcl of Fort, tmitli, Martiii. Harlan of Paycttc- "Ule, and earn] Lee Matthews of Cane Hill-all freshmen in the college of Arts and Sciences; nn<[ Alice Scftn-tl of Bauxite, a senior in the college of Arts and .Sciences TKMI'l.K ISHAKI, !>r. Airrcil Vlsr, Kabbl Woman's Club Sunday School, 4 p.m. Joint mccllng ot Temple and Uth ami Walnut Hubert .lacjjiT, pastur lU'slilrni'r: ,M;i North Klfth rimnn aiot Siindny Hcliool. 10 a.m. Worship Service, ll a.m. FtttST CIIKISTIAN ClUJltCIl It, s. llalrd, iiaslor Illble Bclinnl. »:4f> a.m. Morning Worshl)). 10:50 II.HI. EvenliiK Tralnlni! for all groups, 0:30 p.m. vi'iiluj; Worship, 7:30 p.m. ST. MA'ITIIIHV.S C1IUKCII . Itov. IS. Kram-lx IMrllcvitl, paslur Itev. Taul<l, nsnistant pastor Siindny Mas-ws, 0 a. in. FIRST BAPTIST OllllltCU K. C. Itrown, pustor Sunday school, 8:40 a in. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Choir will S!UB "Cod is Love"; Mrs. Farmer England and Mrs. Worth Holder, soloists. Trainlnc Union, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. UI.I.V STREET UAI'TIST CI1UIICU I). IS. lllpd.sop, pastor Sunday .School. n:40 a.m. Morning Wor.Hhlp, 10:55 a.m. IValnhij; union. 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. VARBHO MKTIIOMIST llllI.'UCII Ray I* McLcstcr, pastor Church Scliool. 10. a.m. Worship nix) pi-eachhiK Services, 11 a.m. ago I'ruycr meetlim, 1:30 p.m. Choir rchenrsnl, 8:io p.m, ASSEMBJ/ir OF GOO VHVRCll Ii.C. Ranisry, pustor Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Mornhif! Worship, 11 n,m. Clirht Ambassador services, 0:30 [un. Children's church, 0:30 p.m, Evnngcllntlo Service, 1:30 p.m. tUI.I. GOSl-Kl, TAKKKNACI.K I). R. llnrmon, pastor S'jiulp.y School, Dr'5 n m. Morning Worship, ll a.m. YouiiB 1'enple, G'-Ci p m. Kvcnlnit Worship, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH or nu 1M1HACVLATK CO^CErTI Rev. B. Fr»ncl, MtDtTitt,' > Rev. Paul BnJuikJ, udiUnl Sunday Masses 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. , ' Weekday MMses,' 8 pi). ' CHURCH OP CHRISX K, W. Starlit, P»4«r Sunday School, 9:50 a.m; Worship service, 10:50 um. Evening Service, 8 p.m. NUMBER NINE BAPTIST CHURCH Howard H. Klnn, p«tor OunrJay School, 9:45 a.m . Moriiliig Worship, ll a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting:, 3 p.m. TURKISH BATHS Wnn». InviKonidiiK nnd renlly a wnnilcr worker, llnil'.s whul you'll say about these wonderful turk- Ish baths at Artie's Heauly Shop. You will feel belter Instantly and lose pomuliiKu no easily and so fast—you'll bi! ivmnwil »•; will your friends! IU 11 lurklsh bath at Artie's for real results! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP SPECIAL free Manicure with coch Permanent Hair Set or Facial from Feb. 3rd , through Fob. 10th Cold Waves $10 $15 — Permanent MachinclcN'i Permanent House of Slww 9 .5U up ?»B,Oll Call 3302 for Appointments. ARTIES BEAUTY SHOP 31 1! N. ZnA Complete Beauty Service from head to foot! The Kevlun l.lne huliiilInK the new "CKKTAINLY RE1>" —AUDIiEA I)l)VAI^- <:OUNTOI1RK I — IIKKBIKT1CS Kunvc for men and women THE BEAUTY BAR OI.KNG'OK IIO'l'KI. Phone 3Z«Z Adult and Children's VALENTINES GOOD SELECTION The.. Tot Shop J 0,1 So. Second riiune 3m Methodist Youth Groups To Have Recreation Hour The senior Methodist Youth Fellowship and Intermediate Methodist Youth Fellowship of First. Methodist Church will meet Sunday afternoon at the churrh for a recreation period. Following the recreation 'lour. Circle Two of the Woman'.-; fc'o- ctety of Christian Service \vlll scr\'e supper for both groups. Mrs. Hires Entertains Bridge Club, Guests OSCEGLA, Ark.. Feb. 8— Mrs. Joe Hires entertained the Tiiurs- uy Four Tublc Bridge Club with ricfjicrt bridge mrty Thiirsday nftenioon at her home in Lux- orn. Among the .;'J \vere Miss Mary Brown nf sweetvvatcr, Tenn., hoU5':yiiest of Mr. O iid .Mrs. w. fj. nsou t>[ Osrcn'a, and Mrs. Bob Ebcrdt, of Mem'Jlvis. guest or her mother, Mrs. Hires. They were presented gifts by iiic hosiers. Mrs. John W. Edringlon won high score prize in panics and cut con- lalion prize v.-cnt to Mrs. j. L. Ward. Valentino- decorations were used in eiuertainui': rooms. V/c Guarantee RECAPPING with Mawliinson Treads Let Your Next Tires Be j >; GENERALS Pat Wilson Sleeted High School Club Head Pnt Wilson lin.y uecn elected president ot the Blytheville High School Business Education cluh. which wns rccenlly organised. Other officers elected Thursday nt a luncheon nieclhig of the club v;cre Jimmy staiford, \-icc president; Pnnla covington. secretary and Virginia Mann, treasurer, -Laura Swain. Betty Jean Golf an<J Joe Mack Hester were appointed to .serve on the program committee Tor the next meeting. Sponsors of the club nrc Miss Cecil Cassidy, Mrs. Kathcrinc Green niiri John Maycs. Coming Events MOtlDAY Woman's Missionary .Society of First, Baptist Church meeting in circle groups, circle One guests Of Mrs. Melvin Hnlscil; Circle Tivn meeting with Mrs. Jcsso Secman: Circle Three with Mrs. W. M. Williams; Circle Four with Mrs. Don Hnlcy; Circle Five u'Uh Mrs. Tom Mntiry and circle Six wllh Mrs. Ncy Hunt. Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Mclhodisl Church meeting ;1 t Ihc church, 2:30 o'clock. Woman's Auxiliary of Firs!. Presbyterian Church hostess lo night circle at the church. Young Woman's Auxiliary 01 Calvary Baptist church meeting at. the church. Miss Vera Goodrich entertaining- GEO Club. TUESDAY Tri-Town Hriden Club meeting with'Mrs, .Innic.s Terry. WEDNESDAY Mrs. J. c. Ellis entcrlains Town and Country Bridge Club. Two BSytheville Men Re-Enlist in U.S. Army Rc-cnlis(mcnls in the Regular Army by James A. Works and "Mnx STARTS RELIEF IN JUST 6 SECONDS COLD PREPARATIONS IABIETS OR UQUID I'liOMISKt) , METHOM8T OHUKC'lf nay J,/ McLcstcr, pastor Church School, 10 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Worship nntt PreiichliiB Services, 1 p.m. FIRST ciiuncii OF THE NAZAKENK F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 nan. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young people's meeting, 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 o'clock. p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 7:30 I.AKI'. STRKKT METHODIST Cllimcil ficv. H. If. Bleviru. pastor Church school, B:50 n.m. Morning 1 Worship, 10:50 a m Evening Worship, 7:^0 p.m. Methodisl Youth .Fellowshii) Q Prayer Mectfiig. Wcdncstlny 7 p.m. Your Remembrance Means More Than Memories to Her! ALLEN'S FLCiWERS 1'lionc O. Wcl)l>. )x>!h of Blylhevillc, were announced today hy Stall Scrnl. Don C. Seal of the Recruiting Office here. Mr. Works was formerly a Tech- , nician 5th grade in the Corps of j Engineers anil served 'l\ months hi j Ihe Astatic and Pacific theater. For- 1 inerly a t.idnrninn in the Air For- '• ccs, Mr, VVehl) served 2(i months if. the Pacific ami European theaters. -,,-..-,,-,.'..'..-,,T..T,,T..'»-,,»:,»,.».,,»'..»_»_W^ i » »; » » ^ *._» » + ****+«*** * * * * 1 UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITY To Open TODAY IMPORTANT! S:ive your prcsnnl car K\|icrt Mechanical Service. /Meniitc Oil ami IjUbricanLs Vcs, we wash anil grease cars tool Motors? Vie have new motors Overhaul or rebuild llicm Tires and Tubes Oil. Vrs, \Vn paint Cars Too! Hcpair mill Kcnnish all liodics (,'^c Flallpiics T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Phone 2122 "WASHETERl rr * (Where Home I,undcrin<>- Citn He Done) IMMEDIATE DKLIV6RY ON COMPLETE EQUIPMENT FOPv OPENING AND OPERATING A LAUNDRY FOR HOUSEWIVES. I'misual Ucluru on Investment. Siiccial meclinir—Factory Ucprcscnfalivu will \ K ; n Memphis, Tuesday. Fc))ni;ivy lllh lo explain opera- lion ;iiul complete franchising for towns in Southern ,,. ; , States. Make arranRCments to he in Memphis Tucs- v osf iiiorc — Worth ,Mort ']>; tiny, f'ehruary lllh (o attend special meeting. i:»: i>; MODINGER TIRE CO. || 41G K. Main Phone 2201 ' y PAGE SUPPLY CORP. I0.> Union Avc. Memphis I'lumc S-1 ;!. : i e YOU Ever Had his Experience? Y T AVI-' you ever harl • pri/cd garments dnmnficil — even destroyed — l»y niolhn? Then you know how disheartening il is! You can put « permanent slop to the t riivngin«« uf nioths in your home if jon'll !rl us do yunr cleaning. Our MONITK Slolh-PriMif <^Cftn-3ng- I'rorcps rids KUF- mcnU ol" itmlhs—and iXsurc.i you n^airtat mnlh ilnnin^n for MX months! Vt'liy risk doing niihrtul ibis £inc service? The BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-DRY CLEANERS 210 South Second S(, »• In Connection With thi Showinj el "San Qutntln" We Offer This Great Additional Attraction IN PERSON ON OUR STAGE HEAR HIM TELL HIS OWN STORY O F L I F E Behind Prison Bars AT R I T Z ONE DAY ONLY ^ "*«i-«wi.-iKVAi*fiasiu'-**»-"——— "•** i' ^ ii wiLijty^wiigKffitgpffix^p^fPggSf WHO IS "MR. ANONYMOUS" RKO RADIO PICTURES' U SAN Ql^£NTIN /; present* /•> 'MR. ANONYMOUS" • a dramatized TRUE radio I crime^story from the fifes of WARDEN LEWIS E. LAWES JING UNO Continuous Shows- Kvcry Day Uox Office Opens 1:45 Show Stnrts 2:00 MSTKN TO KLUN ' 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Siturday Singing on Trail with Ken Curtis Wit'Jeff Donncll Serial: "Hop llrmlgin" No. 13 nnd Short v Cont'il Shows Sat, 12:30-11:3* Sunday and Monday COMING SOON! f •—~f^wa««»ifw:9iaWKiMJ—™ —"TiytTl liTfIMP lltj'l ill''' " r * "" irtf~tr i| j SHE KILLED FOR lOVE! RKO RADIO PKTURES' W SAN QUENTJN" presents "A SURPRISE MI, FOR SUSAN" a dramatized TRUE radio crime story from the tiles of •WARDEN LEWIS E. LAWES HIT! ' Taramonnt News <llsn Shorts Con I'd, Shows Sun. 1:15-11:00 Coming to the Ritz Feb. 18, 19, 20 and 21 "The Jolson Story" (In Technicolor) Sliirrinjr ], :l rry J'arks Box OrTtce Opens 6:»5 Opens Sunday t:00; Starts 1:13 Conlintious Shows Sat. and San. nare.iln Nffht Every Night Except Satcrday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Roxy. Saturday Trail of Kit Carson nilh Allan I.anc nnrt Helen Talbot Serial: "Scarlet llorscmau" Xo. J3 and Short Conl'd Shows Sat. 12:30-11:3» Sunday and Monday Fox Nun and Sorted Sbwt Coattnaoiu Showlnr Son. 1:15 t* U

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