The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 15, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 15, 1947
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KATUUDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1947 •LYTBBVILLH (ARK.) COURDEE KBWB Mrs. Glenn Ladd is Honored As City's Woman of the Year llljthcville's first "Woman of the she has bsen an outstanding leud- i ear," Mrs. Glenn Lad'd, was lion- cr in Girl Scout work since com- ored la-it night with a formal ban- ing here several yeara ago and qiiot jjiVL-n hy A.lp'na Alpha ami lor the past four years served i-s Alpha DL'iiu Chapters of Beta president of the Lone Troop A^- s inia phi Sorority, which sponsor- sociation and participated in co-n- i-<T*ihc "Woman of the Year" con- munity projects, In addition to be- «^t at Hotel Noble. liift a housewife and the mother J he contest will he held an- of two children mially wl u, ihe honor being pre- A specialty number was present- -seuted to the woman selected as ed during the evening bv Miss liaviiiR contributed most to the Rosemary Johnston and c o Red- communiiy during the year. ,„„,, j,,, who sal g 4,°' £ ^ Will, a vnlommc Dav selling in with You, Honey", and a auartette I ho Mirror Room of Hotel Noble, composed of Jimmy Hom>Joe "heir "uclts 0 nTten'd'd m h' nb b rSand I ?" Ck Hcster ' Carol Evans' nnd mid later danced. Call You Sweetheart". Miss Wanda lo enter the room, couples walic- Barham served as accompanist ec, through a gigantic red and Costumes of the singers were in while Valentine with a heart op- keeping with the Gay Nineties, '•"hi!!. The mirro.-s reflected Val- with Mls s Johnston's dres s of white entinci of an .sj ZM . Re d and white faille tafctta posed over noons and streamers, red streamers trimmed fashioned with a heart shaped with WDIU>_ hearts and white neckline. Her red hat was tied with .treameivi trimmed with red, were a large bow under the chin, and Mispei-.dcd from the ceiling. tiny white hearts peeped .demurely Uniering the speakers' table, from under the huge brim. Straw :™ m " ™,', th ™ d .'"* ?* Ite , rul : kntlcs ""> canes, traditional of the Mrs. Ladd was presented a pla- Miss Alice Saliba, president ot I e designating her as "Woman ol the City Council of the Sorority, Mir Year for 1947. Her place at served as mistress of ceremonies the speakers' table was marked Included at the speakers' table will! a carnation corsaee. were Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Mrs. L.dd, a eader in civic and president of Alpha Alpha Delta (hncli affairs, has been especially Chapter, an» Miss Belle Boyd. active in work with young people, who gave the invocation. June Stires is Presented Crown As the Queen of "Cupid's Court' ifciMss June Stires was crowned 'Vniwccii of Cupid's Court" Tuesday night ut the Blythcville "Y"; and reigned over Ihe Valentine program which followed. Buford Young, court jester and master of ceremonies for thc eve- nine. presented the crown to Charles Mi-Daniel, who placed it upon the head of the young queen, and led her lo her royal throne. Arranged below the stage, the white throne was decorated with red hearts cin-rylnB out thc theme of "love", used throughout the cve- nhiK's program. Members of thc queen's court were Carol Ann Bailey, who represented junior high school, Carroll Dowdy fourlh. fifth and sixth grades, and Mary Lou Oarnett. First, second arid third i-ri'des. Serving as their escorts were Bobby McDaniel, Thomas Dowdy and Robert Holt. Presented for the court's entertainment, w-is thc following pro- Ki-iim: ;i dramatization of the song, "Here we Go A-Riding on thc Ice WBROH." by Dip Junior G-Y's; an original skit, "My Unlucky Day." by the Senior G-Y's. and written by Gailya Sue Slihvell; a tap specialty by Mary Sue Hawkins and Carolyn Lawler: a solo, "Darling, J e Vous jrfimc Beaucoup." by Nancy Darnon; a melodrama, "The Supreme Sacrifice." by Junior leaders; and a short skit, "Love Conquers Pear," with the court jester, Buford Young, and the Sweetheart of the "Y", Miss June Stires. Photographs were made during the program. Ellis of Blythevillc, Walker of Memphis, Beltye Raye Ellis Bride of Cad Walker The wedding of Miss Bettye Raye Bills of Blythevilte and Memphis, of Mr. and Mrs. \V. R. to Carl E. . was solemn- in<Vl Thursday at the Blessed Sacrament Church in Memphis. The nt. Rev. Thcron Walker officiated. A background for the wedding party w.i s formed with arrangement,'; of varied white flowers In- lorrpcrsed w it!i greenery and glow- inc white candles in branched candelabra. Mrs. M. D. Hooper of Blythcville wns her sister's matron of honor and Franklin Sharp of Memphis was Mr. Walker's best man, J|The bride, given in marriage by ~r father, wore a blue all-wool iraberdine dress with a shoulder rorsage of pink camellias and a white flower hat. Her other acccs- snvic.s were In black. ?>trs. Hooper wore a grey all- wool naberdinc dress with black sici-es.'-iirics and a corsage of white carnations. Following the ceremony, a recep- liiui was held in the home of the hritlpgroom's mother, Mrs. Janette Jl. Walker, 2400 Forrest Ave. A Holland-Dortch Rite s To Be Solemnized Here Miss Nancy Holland, daughter of Mrs. A. B. Holland. 915 West Ash, arrived this morning from St. Louis. She will be married tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock to William Curtis Dortcli of St. Louis, who accompanied her here. The wedding will bo solemnized in the home of Miss Holland's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, on Highway 61 South. Miss Holland has been employed in St. Louis following her graduation from Blythcville High School. Among the guests in Blythevillc for the ceremony is Mrs. James Brooks Cochran of St. Louis, who also arrived today. She and her infant son, Bobby, will be house- gucsls of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Muir, and brother, George, for the weekend. * * * P.T.A. Members Arrange Founder's Day Program When a Pounders Day program is presented Monday night at T:3U o'clock by the Blytheville Parent- Teacher Association in the high school auditorium, a Choral Cluo Wed to Leachville Man Mr. „„„ Mrs , w . „, Ems ami «";M u. Hooper re.urhc.i r u . , ......... ^., ^,uu miito,, »ivc. " , wedding breakfast honoring thc composed of all the sixth grade ' was given at Parkview Ho- hnlerlains CBC Club Mrs. Co]-nclius Schercr was h^s- Friday to the CBC club at lier home, when Mrs. J. D. Smith and Mrs. T. W. Neil were guests. Mrs. Cornelius Schercr was awarded lii!ih .score and Mrs. Leon Schcr- pr ;;pcond high. Rooko went to Mrs. O. o. Elkins. Refreshments of cocoanut cake Jim} coITcc were served. Dr. W. F. Brewer DENTIST * General Practice —But— Special Attention Given Extraction and Plate Work OI-TlCi: OVER GUARD'S Across SI reel From Kress llffior llour.s 0 ; p.m. riinne ^172 bo >' s of tne Blytheville schools w .-_ ........... . —. . . JWJO VI Uiit AJIJ Lilt: V 111^ at-IlUUli *SIII A1AJ>1]«^1 1.VUII11I. bo of special interest. The club :s January, 1947. under thc direction of Mrs. Ralph B?rr}-nian. There will be group singing ana a candle light ceremony in observance of the Golden Jubilee or the 50lh anniversary of the Parent- Teacher Association. First and second prizes will be given lhc schools having thc most mothers and fathers present. Mrs. John Frank nearden Jr., was before her marriage Feb. 3, Miss Norma Joy Wallace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wallace of Monette. Mr. Bcarden is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Beardcp. of Leachville and the grandson of the Hcv. and Mrs. H. E L Bcariten of Leachville. * 'awarded Mrs. ri. second high went Club Is Entertained By Mrs. Cunningham Mrs. C. A. Cunningham Dntcr- tained at her Home, 905 West Ilcarn. Wednesday with a bridge party lor mcm'ocrs of the Wednesday Bridge Club and four other guests. Guests included Mrs. Cunningham's sUler and houscguesl. Mrs. W. T. Morrow, of Johnson nil-v. Tenn., Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs. Elton Kirby' and Mrs. W. L. Hcrner. They were served at the dinlnr; room table, which was centered with an arrangement of jonquils. In afternoon games, high score prize was " - ----- •- •• Rose and 0 .. ,.*...„ „ Mrs. Baker Wilson among club members and guest high went t.o 'Mrs. Horner. Second high among guests was awarded Mrs. Morrow. Eastern Star Members Arrange Birthday Party Mrs. Love Adams. Worthy Matron of the Order of thc Eastern Star, and Mrs. Avis Sylvester were hostesses to members of the Order of the Eastern Ctr.r in the home oT J. W. Adams Jr. last night, honoring Gus Eberdt on his birthday. M". Eberdt has two appointment, to serve in the Grand Chapter which meets in Little Rock March 17. Members gave him luggage and a large valentine made of red satin. Raleigh Sylvester presented the gifts. Decorations were in the Valentine tradition and supper was served bullet style. The group played rook and woman's high score prize went to Mrs. R. A. Copclanci and men's to Don Haley. Rooko went lo Mrs. J D Smith. » * » Bells Pai'ents of Son Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bell are Parents of a son born Wednesday morning, 9 o'clock, at Walls Hospital. Thc baby has been named Jerry Wayne. Coming Events MONDAY Founders Day Program at the High School auditorium, 7 p, m. Executive Board of Blythcvilli Council of Church women will mce at 4:15 o'clock in the social rooms of the First Presbyterian Church. Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church iiK'Cting at Ihe hoine o Mrs. George Shanks, 2:30 o'clock Woman's Missionary Society o: First Baptist Church meeting a the church, 2:33 .o'clock, for Roya Service program. Woman's Auxiliary of First Pres- •bytci-ip.n Church, meeting at th church, 2:30 o'clock. Woman's society of Christian Service of First Methodist Churcl meeting in circle groups. Circli One meeting with Mrs. J. W. 'Ad ams Jr., with Mrs. J. W Adam. Sr.. as co-hostess; Circle Two meet with Mrs H. W. Wylic with School cadet. PAGE THREE Bits of News Golden Jubilee for PTA Observed by Luxor a Units LUXOHA. ,\rk., Feb. H— A pro- Bi'iim rdebrntliur llto aoldcn Jubilee of lh« Piii'onl Teiichcrs Ai>' soclnllon wns held by the I.uxorn, oigiinl/.ntlon Wcdnosdiiy iiricnioon' lc l' 01 "<' economics collage ' Atlcr of tho honor' Altec McLean • •-— — .—~..--..-. ^--,-1— uiiiit'y HUM ftirs I'lieblo AlHKM-snll ll "!±V'%^ n '"'""Mr Ilum ' Mls ' «. R mad.Togrnm '""'" ' leader, Introduced Mrs. Jesse M. I While of lilylhrvillo, district, prcsi- Selmn Levy Allcnberg re- dent, who (old of the livfs of tliese :er, Mrs. Jean Walker. turned (o her homo In Memphis two women mid ihe hlslory of the rluusilay utter visiting her fiilhcr, 1'nrenl-Tcm'hm Associiillon w |,|c;li ". II. Levy, here. , they rounded. H. E, Hracy lias Joined Mrs ' At the end of [he program, Mrs. 3racey In paragould. where sho John l-Hml. Mrs. A. li. Hozcll, Mrs. vent to be with her mother, Mrs. T. R Hudson and Mrs. Elmer Hall C. H. While, who Is critically 111. were hostesses lit a leu lo lhc Mrs. o. Shunyo and Mrs. li. w. members and visitors. A Valentino bnmuons left yeslcrday for New color scheme w"s curried oni ItV tne Oi-leims, La., where they will nllend decoration* of a lame reclangulnr thc Marrtl GUIS cclcbrullon. They blrlhday cuke wllli thc dales laoi- l>lan lo return home early next 1047, In the center, and double w "!' , ' cl 'J'»'nl candln hoklers hohlhur red Miss Minnie Brown. Miss Huby, and white ciindle.s. which conleral brown, Mrs. Tom Mnbry and Mis. lhc lace draped table from which Burks Barker spent yesterday in the guests were; served. Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Don Aycock and son. Donald Jr., «rc spending the day l» Memphis. They arc going there for the Ice Follies. Mrs. Keith ullbrey will leave tomorrow or Monday for Memphis where she will enter Gnnltey- Ramsey Hospital for treatment. Osceo/o Matrons Give Party for Miss Massey OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 15 — Mrs. Maude Trnvls und Mrs. Duvld Travis entertained will, n steak uup- !>er nt Cramer's cafe Wednesday night, complimenting Miss Charline Mntuoy. Guests were Miss Charllnc Mas- scy, Mrs. L. 13. Massey, Mrs, Vf. W. Watson Sr., Mrs. John Allan, Misses Ann Massey, Mnry Elizabeth Ballon. Juno Welborn, Jiulh Mns- sey, Blllle mill Shcddon lind Aiielle Hook. A pink carnation corsage marked tho honoree's place at the tablo. whero pink ciiriiuMoii,<i nnd white candles were used as a centerpiece. Miss Massey was presented a silver irny by (lie hostess. She will bo taken there hy hei husband, County Agent Kollh Bllbrey, and expects (o remain two or three weeks. 7.1. T. Moon Is able lo be out. after having been qullc ill with influcma nt his home, (U3 WBSI Walnut. Condition of Mrs. ,1. c. Lowr;. who has been ill with bronchitis Jewish Meetings Held OSCKOLA, Ark., Feb. IB.—A mcct- ig of Ural llreth of Ihe Jewish Church was held Wednesday night In the home of Mclvln Lnptdcs. The organlxallou Is founded on clmrlly and meets once each month In the home of one of the 30 members. Refreshments were sewed at conclusion of the muetlnK. Another meeting of lhc Jewish Church group held In Osecoln this week WHS thai of the Sisterhood of Temple Isnicl at the home of Mrs. Allen Welnljcrg. Following the busl- WAKMNC III the Chancery C'uurt, Clilrk;is;iw ha Dl.strld, ^[lsslssl[ijil Cuunty, Aikansus. Anltu Heck Thurslon I'luHiUir, vs. No. 0055 Milton s. Thurslon Defendant. Thc defcuilinil Mlllou s. Thurs- lon is hereby wiirncd lo appoar wllhlii thirty days In thc couit named In the. caption hereof nnd answer the compliant of lha plain- till Anllix Beck Thurslon. Dated this 24 day of Jan., 1917. HA11VEY MOKIUS, Clerk By Mary Lee Jarrull, D. O. Gene E. Briulley, Ally, for I'lif. l|25-2|l-8-15 rutttntial FARM LOANS / Long T*rm / Fair Appralul <l Prompt 5*rrlo» RAY WORTHINGTON Scrvlhf Thte Section fer 1\ Yean 115 So. 3rd • Bljfhevllle, Ark. Tune in 1'rudcntlal Sunday at 4 p.m. over WRF.C RITZ THEATRE Blythevillc, Ark. 4 — Big Days — 4 lues.. Wed., Thurs., Fri., Feb. 18, 19, 20, 21 .. ..u. . .uu irv.^11 in Will I IJI UllUi I LLIf) • »iiu.ii IT i;niiji.i (J. 1 UIISMVlliy IJlU IJUol- for the past week at. her home,I ness session, there was a social hour is slightly Improved. Coming Events Blytlievlllc llospllal Admitted: A. B. Ford. city. L. T. Ellis, qlty. Mrs. Erma Bunch, city. Mrs. G. W. Morgan. Dell. Dismissed: Mrs. C. V. Scabaugli, city. Mrs. H. L. Hood, city. Mrs. Beatrice Ulscth, city. • Walls Hospilal Dismissed: Mrs. Curtis Watklns, Steclc, Mo. Mrs. Vestcr DeViill. Manila. Mrs. Elmo Fink, city. Baptist Hospital, Memphis Admitted: Mrs. w. C. Stewart, Luxor.i. | wllh rcfreshinenls of sandwiches (arid coffee served. Miss Shibley Candidate For Annual Military Ball Geneva Shibley. student at Stephens College. Columbia. Mo., Is one of 27 candidates for queen of tlu annual military unit, lhc ..„ „,„ „„„. „,„„,„,. olllll -,, outstanding social event on the for his consollny words, and Mr. calendar of every Kcinpcr Military r '- r " — • ' ... The 1947 Kcinper military ball —o ...^.. ....... .. queen will reign over festivities at Irs. R. N. Hill, co- the school on April 5. She and her nir guests of Mrs. two attendants will be selected by „__,- „,___ thc C |,| C [ photographer of ono ol the leading nallonnl mngnzlncs. Other jucfgcs in thc past have included Bob Hope, Ding Crosby, Landon Laird, Tyrone Pov, r er, and Earl Carroll. Miss Shiblcys' candidacy is belli;; sponsored by A. G. Shibley, 'Blythc- ville, Arkansas, cadut. Mrs. Mande Melton as co-hostess. Circle Three meeting with Mrs. J Mel Brooks Sr., Ml hostess: Circle Foi.. „ , „. R. A. Porter; Circle Five guests of Mrs. George Pyles and Circle Six, meeting with Mrs. Hugh Whit- silt and Mrs. R. N. Hawkins as co-hostcss. Young Woman's Association ol First Baptist Church meeting In ihe home of Mrs. H. H. Brooks, EOS Chickasawba with Mrs. Hus- scil Biutgh as hostess. Junior and Intermediate Girls' Auxiliaries of First Baptist Church meeting at the church after school. Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson hostess to GEO Club. TUESDAY Mrs. Mosc George hostess to St. Stephen's Episcopal Woman's Auxiliary. Business Women's Circle of First Baptist Church meeting with Dr. Edna Nics, '1 o'clock. FRIDAY CBC Club meets with Mri n A. Copcland. Blackwater Club Women Meet With Mrs. Caery The Ulackwaler Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday In the home of Mrs. W. W,. Caery ami the meeting opened with the group sltiiiini! "America," led by Mrs. Raymond S:o,t. •A valentine box filled with assorted gifts were exchanged nmong the; 20 inembeis present. 'Mrs. W. W. C.iery. Mrs. Carl Castleman, and Mrs. p;ih, Scott were Honored with birthday showers. A sandwich plate was served by the uostess. Thc next meeting will be held a'- the homo of Mrs. W. 1,. Deason February 25. ' Kuch member will present some article she has made during the; next two weeks. There will also be a discussion In "i'rc- parlnt; for Baby Chicks." CAKD" OF THANKS We wnnt to thank our many friends who were so kind to 115 In the dcalh of our loved one. We also lhank Brother Sharp for hl.s kindness. Al Foster, husband Loy Poster, son B. w. & T. H. stivers, brothers Miss Massey Honored OECEOUA. Ark., Feb. 15. —Pink carnations, greenery and pink lighted candles decorated the home ol' Mrs. 'Joe Chippcn Wednesday nt-, tcrnoon, for an informal party she 1 and Miss June Welborn gave lor Miss Chnrllne Massey. I Heart shaped sandwiches and heart "shaped pink cakes were served from the lace covered rclrcsti- ment table. . | The honoree was presented a pair of silver candle holders by lhc hostess. i NOTICE. OF PROBATE Ol- WILL Notice is hereby given that the Last Will and Testament of Jerry P. Miller was probated in common, form by (he Probalc Court of Mississippi County, on the 28 day ol An appeal from such probate can be effected only by filing a petition, stating the grounds on such appeal, with this court wilhin six (6) months from date of this notice. Witness, my hand and seal this 28 day of January, 1917. ELIZABETH BLYTHE Clerk of said Court. 2-1-8-15 «a^B Here's Convincing Evidence/{ W • * T* C »I^^? ^ ou a " onl * hfi cffnclivrncss ^a? "' ' hc MOiVITK 1'roccss in protecting fabrics _5 from moths. Now here we thaw yon. Tlio illitstralion •! the left shows lwi>" pirccs of . >."^r on<! °' "hich IIBS been irrnlcd liy lhc MONITE I>r»cc»— lhc other rlranrit in Ihe ordinary manner. Nolc ihnt Ihe one is molh-frec and i,ho!r. The olhtr is covered with moth larvae nnd h.irllj- molli-cnlcn. _ I his cxpvnmcnt has hern comluclcil in. _=g numerable limes in lhc MOMTK I-aliura- ~~^ lories. Isn't il conclusive evidence of tho r^ value of 1WOMTE Moth-I'roof Cleaning? -^ And rcmcmlwr, this process ~S o* ours cosls ynn no more '^ than ordinary cleaning! The BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-DRY CLEANERS 210 South Second St. the time Has Come to Do Something About THE LIQUOR EVIL RECENT HEADLINES: Many fines assessed in cily court for public drunkenness, disturbing the peace and driving while Intoxicated. I Blythcville Courier News—Feb. 3, 19411. Faully aim by drunks on bus saves 23 terrified passengers. (Unilcd Press report, Jan. •!, 19471. Cigarelte-smoking tipplers held likely cause of many hotel fncs. A fire marshall In one of our large southern cities says few week-ends go by without drinkers starting minor Ores in hotels. Tilings the "Old Judge" ads do not tell us: The number of divorces and automobile accidents caused by drinking. That over three million people in this country are being treated for acule alcoholism. "Liquor has many defenders . . . but no defense." —LINCOLN This Ad Paid For By the MISSISSIPPI CO. MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE Boys' and Girls' New Spring Clothes on display at THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2ivl. Phone Complete Beauty Service from head to foot! The Hevlon Line InrtuiUne (lift new "CKKTAINI-V Run" —AUnilKA DUVAL— COUNTOUItE'— DKItMhTICS 8uav«- for men and women THE BEAUTY BAR fal.ENCOE HOTEL Phone 320Z 4 Shows Daily at 2 p.m., 4:20 p.m. 6:45 p.m. 9:05 p.m. IF YOU NEED Walk In Boxes Dry Coolers Ice Cream Boxes Home Freezers or Any Heavy Refrigerator for Immediate Delivery CALL Steclc 17F22 DIXIELAND SERVICE ELMS POOI.E, Owner & Mgr. Highway 01 North at HOLLAND, MO. TURKISH BATHS Warm. Invigorating nnd really a wonder worker, that's what you'll say about these wonderful turk- Ish baths nt Artie's Beauty Shop. You will feel better Instantly aiid lose poundngo so easily and so tnst—you'll be amn/.cd as will your frlcndsl It's ix'turklsh bath at Artie's for renl results! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 No. Sccontl Phone 3302 Continuous Shows Bvcry Day ' * IJox Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m., p.m. 4:30 p.m. WHERE DO YOU GO... * FOR HOUSEHOLD NEEDS * FOR AUTO ACCESSORIES * FOR GIFT ARTICLES ^'IH™'.!. 1 ^.."._ n "L*A rl P U ! B . Inr . 1 Hc " lh A » to fc "«"» Supply yp 1 ces SPECIALS THIS WEEK 'I his week inaugurates our weekly specials ... all going to you " " - -- nt alxsolutc cost, our wholesale price! Electric SPACE HEATKKS ....S5.35 U]l TAULK I.AiMI'.S S2.GO up FIXJOIl LAMPS $I7.!>0 up «.c« and then buy at LUCJGAOK SI5.95 lip MAKE-UP KITS S3.B5 up v „ _,. SERVING TltAYS $1.50 up Any and nil loys will be sold at absolute cost! Tricycles, wagons scooters, dolls, table & chair sets and many other toys for youns and old! BLAN HEATH AUTO & HOME SUPPLY •12! W. Main 81. phone 828 Representing Till: FAIlMKItS ami BANKEKS MFK INSURANCE CO. W. 0. QF.URIN. Ocn. Agent Jolni F. Kolmo.i—W. O. Ocurln Jr. Orfico Douglas BMg. 1H W. Walnul , Phone 23S1 BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS .]' MAIN OFFICE -NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 Saturday JAMES WARREN j UK IISUC • IOIN Wim UKI cim • mn luui Serial "Hop llurriRan" No. H and Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 1Z:30-11:39 Sunday and Monday Time of Their Lives with Ablxilt and Costcllo Paramount News anil Shorts Conl'd. Shows Sun, 1:1S-U:0» Box Office Opens 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and San. Bargain Night Every Night Except 1 Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Roxy. SATURDAY Lonesome Trail Serial: "Mysterious Sir. 31-1" nntl Shurt Conl'd Shows Sat, 13 Sunday and Monday Over 21 with Irene Dunne mid Alexander. 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