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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 8, 1947
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•LTTHBVELLB (ARK.) COUREBK HBWB Miss Martin Is Wed To Leonard T. OlcJham Wed In Blytheville Miss Virginia Martin, daughter ' of Mrs Sterling Price -Martin and the- late Dr. Martin, bccaiiie Ihe bride of Leonard Thomas Old 1 mm. sou of Mr and Mrs IJred L; Old- )wn> of Stcele, in n ceremony this : morning'atrll- o'clock in the First Pre?bstei)an church The Rev. Hnr- \ey T Kiclfl. pastor, officiated at the -douijle ring rites, 1 XK 'church had been arranged with tall baskets of white gladioli »no -white double stock against a bacKsround of hucklobcrry and foftlj glowing white cathedral candles m cijstal holders with wrought Iron stands; Palms and fern decorated the chance] rat;. ,, <,A\.program ^ of pre-nuptial musiJ iwas presented by -Bernard , A.. XXwchi • o'rganisti and George Hub- tn*d vocalist Mi Gooch played iprciims":. by, Wflgner, "Caslmiiri Song" by Woodfor<r-Findcn and ;"T6 a Wild Rose" and "At An Old 5 rjstin<? Place' by McDowell. Mr. luuard sang Grieg's "I Love Thco" and - D'-Hardelot's "Because." ' .During-the exchange of .vows, the grains of 'If I Could Tell You" bVr-Firestone were heard. Tradition•«1 • wedding marches by Lohengrin iuirt Mendolssohn \\cre played. ' The bride, giyen in marriage by her brother. Sterling Price Martin, wove ' i*. Fred A. Block original suit bf 'nayyyblue gabardine with matching^ accessories Her hat was of navy blue straw with a soft white •ifont/icr -and her gloves were In 1 white. Pinned at her shoulder was T v.hiie purple-lipped orchid. Her bridesmaid. Miss Jane Branson, \voe a light blue gabadine suit; with navy, accessories and a corsage of peonle-flowercd pink ca-; mellins. | Miss June Gosnell, cousin of the Bits of News Mrs. William E. Schumann of Helena was heforc Saturday Miss Sylvia Dunlap of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Sclm- inniui are making Iheir liome al i)20 Soiilh Ohio St. I 1Y1IS3 tJUlIU V-IUAImll, l^uualll Ul lilt _~ . i > I I bride, who lighted the candles,' r>lvt"nPV I If 3 chose a light green gabardine suit, - 7 U ll " V ' ' IL/ f"O IU wore with brown acces-; Pr^rroc-r- f^i-f-v/ (~^ i <~ -f-1- i r- +• C,".^l^vt-,-,-<- \ >^^ .sorici.imd. a pink, fiowor. imt.-Hcrr rorresr v_(Ty uismct reclercit ion -\ Corp. Arthur Lr.'e Conner arrived tiiis morning to spend n 4;j-day leave wilh his wife and mother, Mrs. Homer Fisher. Corporal Conner has spent the past 14 months In Berlin with the Quartermaster's Division of the Army. Condition of Mrs. Lutlter Gray, who underwent a major operation Wednesday »t Blylliuvlllc Hospital, is satisfactory. Miss Bernucllnc Walker of pine Bluff is spending the weekend lieTe as Ihe. guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C'. Dioke and family. Condition of Miss Effifi Lee Terrell, a member of'ihc high school faculty, is improved, she has been ill at her home In Murfrcesboro, Aik. Max B. Reid has returned from Moiiticcllo, where he addressed the '..egal Institute of the Second lianccry Courl lust night. •Mr. :riul Mrs, J. H .Qulnn an.l srm, Johnnie, have arrived here from St. Louis to make their home for several months. John Fill left Thursday night for Tcrryvlilc, Ky., to attend funeral services for his brother, Mike Fill, w-io died Tuesday night of n heart iitiaek while vacationing In Florida. He will be gone for 10 days. Mrs. J. E. Crook, who has been undergoing treatment at Walls Horpital, was removed today to her homo at 1131 Walnut. Miss Dortha >Bognn was In JoncsboVo last night for an annual Alpha Tan Zeta Sorority dance at Ankiuisas Stale College. Miss BO- gan formerly was a student at Arkansas State. Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Sayre of Dur,- corsdfee* of pink 1 camellias matched 1 that^pf'tfie*Bridesmaid.. ' " I T "e Forest City District Convcn- George M. Lee, hospitality;, Mrs. 'iMarpftret -Lo'u.",Nelson, nice* of; tlon Of Arknnsas Fcderalion of Wo- c. a. Redman, publicity Mm w ' ant ' M| cl)-. arrived this morning to the bride, wore, a skirt and cape man's clubs will bo held here April j g. Johnston, entertainment- Mrs 'I t)c tllc euests of Drs. Carl and Ed- ensemble'combining the nnvy«ancl' 23, Mrs. E. F. Blomeycr, president Robert VnnlTonsiT pages-' Mrs i " a Nics - Dl '- nll<1 Mrs. Sayre arc en lijht bluq. colors of the bride and of Ihe lilythcvillc chapter, said acol . p( , B , u .],, tll , Iiecorntlo'n brldesninid.'s suits.. She -wore a today when she nniioimci><| plans j Mrs. Paul Prvor flmuice The convention will DC precceficd with a fine arts program April 22, lo which the public will be invited, Mr.s. 13!omeyer snld. straw hat and; carried a Col- for the convention made yesterday oriial- nosegay;- • ••» -.--,-• at a meeting nt Hotel G 11(030 in Wllbert L. Oldhain ol Dell, bro- Memphis. ther oil.,llio bridegroom.:;served as Mrs w H Mc0nln of cotton hit best man and users were Henry plnnt| (lhirM president, had '^L^'-ll^f: <*»rgo or the mectine. elv and John C. McHaney the cere- and. Mrs. OUtliam left after to make their - The Locn , Nlno conilnlttcc chnlr . ;uu [! route to Florida for a vacation. Mrs. Fowler Hostess I'o CBC Club Members Blytheville women In Memphis yesterday for the meeting were Mrs. IjFiiclijuni tained yesterday Fowler afternoon enter- with fv which K" Ksel Biirliam. Kcncvnl chairman;' Mrs Mrs. pryor, Mrs. Ontcs, Mrs. Johns- | Pirty for members of CBC Club ton, Mrs. Lee and Mrs Blomeycr. Attending from Osccoiu were . Blackwond, preslilent illie bride end Mrs. Martin ,dfcss with a Olrihairt's her corsage pink carnations ond white '.J Rehearsal' Party Given | At'S.-P, -lyiartin Home * A rehearsal supver parly for i' members of the wedding party ol :'" Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thomas v Oldliam,.\yed in a ceremony this 5- morning, ivas given last ni?ht by r Mrs. Sterling Price Martiu, mother < of the bride, Mrs. Mary Catherine j: Nelson, her sister, and Miss June *- Gcsnell, her" cousin ,". at the Martin r home, CCO West Main. ^ VThc"< supper was- served buffet t. style from the dining room table, J- centered 'with an oblong-shapel ;- arrangement of mixed flowers. The arrangement featured a figurine holding a basket of painteci flui- :.:lsies in pastel shades. Dutch irises, azalias. tulips, varied shades of daisies, . Spring flowers 'iJi'paslel shades and burning ,, „ . M , w ,?'"', :UT !" l[:e " le " ls; Mrs. J. W. Adams, luncheon; Mr.s. . Jesse M. White, prciRrnm; Mrs.: Glndlsh and Mrs. w. E. Hunt. of Oscroln Progressive lub, Mrs. J 0 im W. Edrlnglon Mrs S L ' when Mrs. Fred Bean was a guestf Mrs. Paul Bynim won high scorj? prize Sorority Gvovip Hears Discussion on Gardens Gardens are classified ns formal. M-mifortun!, utility :i'id culling, J. Louis Cherry told members of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Jirt.\ Sigma Phi when lie discussed "Gardens" al n business ruul program meeting of the organization Thursday night nt the club room. "The cuttliiB (jiii-dcns are preferred by most people for the home," he said. "Suggested flqwers for gardens arc jonquils, tulips, daisies, zimilas, marigolds, larkspurs, periwinkles, petunias and c!n vsantii,*- mums." "Most English gardens are foniiiil and practically all plants are annual," he continued. "Quite often the white daisy is used ns the outstanding flower. The most important thing about, n garden is to have harmony in color," he :iddr;l. Mr. Cherry pointed out Hint ;v- quoia grass will grow in exlresue shades whereas most grasses will v,-h(£c",candles in crystal holders' d j e *' l!Bn Brown under the- shade completed, table decorations. £& Sefect s Officers, Convention Delegates Mrs. Charles Criggcr Jr., was TO-. elected president of Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisterhood, at a business meeting yesterday afternoon at the home, of Mrs. VI. L. Horner. Other officers re-elected were Mrs. J. W. Adams, vice president; -Mrs. Freeman Robinson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. R. H. Kirby. treasurer; Mrs. Alvin Huffman of trees. Tlie speaker compared modern gardens with those of Rome and Babylon. "They stressed straight rows nnd rectangulnr-shaprd gardens and the hanging gardens of Babylon will never be loiyollen • he said. As pxamples of modem Hardens. he spake of those at Natchez un-1 Vicksburg. Miss., where pilc;rim<i"cs are held annually. Miss Dorothy Jsan Hlgginsoii hart charge of the program. In the business session, plnns were made for the comii election of officers. Mhs and named numinailng com- 'Jr., chaplain and Mrs. c. A. Cunningham, guard. Mrs. L,. E. Okt L 5" l n Jackson. Mrs. Ted Lyster Jr.. was elected recording secretary.! xtl ' s - D 'ck Watson \vcn Delegates to the annual stale: Inemt)t ' rs of Hie convention in April will be Mrs. niittee. Crigger and Mrs. Adams an<J their « , , alternates will ba Mrs. Robinson A/ QQ i.:._ __ and Mrs. Cunningham. 'VieeiingS M "; ?^ rj> W- Halnes B av ° a T hc Fellowship Club of Pllerin, report of the organization ol Chap- 1 clnm-h will ,,,L- i V S tcr. AC last week in Leachvlllc. 17-30 oVlrVi- ,', " !ay >light ' The hostess served refreshments 1 -- ._.. ' at l "° church. Tho to the 13 members present. us rush sra- | backward." The Dell Supper Club Mas Dance at •the Hut Mr. an<| Mrs. Marion Koehlcr and Mr. an ( i Mrs. naymoml Kooh- Irv entertained thn Dell Supper Club Thursday nteht wilh n supper dunce nt Ihc Hut here. The reception room and) ball room were gaily decorated in while and green in keeping with the St. Patrick's Day theme. From ' n Inrge green and white pipe Ihc men drew small stemmed pipes In which (hey found hloden Hie names of their dinner partner. The dessert course of the dinner also carried out the green and white color scheme. Guests for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Campbell, Mr. and Airs. E. c. Gozsn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ln- mr-.r Wei born, Miss Emma Lou Crawford nnd Dallas Brownlcc, Mr. nnd Mrs. U. S. Blaiikcnsht;£ nH of Dell: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Edwards and Mrs. Mavis Scttlcmire of Manila; Bill Watson of Osccoln. Lieu;, commdr. nnd Mrs. John Loy Bishop of Memphis and Joe Do Lisle nnd Dan O'Kelly of Portnge- villc, Mo. * * * Methodist Women Meet For Business Session The Woman's Society of CJliris- tinii Service of Ynrbro Methodist Church met Thursday afternoon «l thn church. Mrs. May Freeman Have the devotional, with the theme "We must be belter than we were last year. We must, grow or go Bynim won in afternoon high rook Robert Holt Rejoins (J. S. Army Air Forces Robert L. Holt of Blylhcvlllc ha which ho held during the war ns a Ii-25 pilot,-and ;in s been assigned to the 735th AAP Base Unit at Fort Worth, II-XKS, It was announced to- (hy by '.he Auny. Tills Is Lt, Holt's .second reenlistment. He entered the Army Scpl. 3, 1913, received his pilot's wings a:id commission, and served in the Mediterranean theater for nine mouths while flying 50 missions.' Alter reluming to the United Suites, he received Ills first discharge and recnllsled a year later us a technical sergeant. He then served al the Air Transport Command's FnhTlcld-SuLsun Air llase in California, where he received his second discharge and ic-enlercd the Army f 0r his present Ki'jr Of duly. Mrs. Holt and their nine-months- o!d sr>n reside here. Mr. Holt was formerly attached io Die ndvertis- ln;j staff of Ihc courier News. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1017 At The Hospitals HLYTIIKVII.LB HOSl'ITAI, Admitted: L-ircne Hcnlon, city. Mrs. Billy D. Keener, Dell. Mrs. Eclnu Hooker. Koimett, Mo. .J. .B. Kennedy, ciiy. Dismissed: I'figuy Pittinnn, Manila. Charlie Muc Fox. city. Allen Rushing, city. Mrs. Milton Bailey. Wilson. Mrs. Johnnie 'Jackson, city. James Bnford Sommers. city WALLS HOSPITAL' Dismissed: Mrs. J. B. Crool:. city. Doris Jean Bradley, Carulhers- ville. Mo. METHODIST HOSPITAL, MEMPHIS Dismissed: Joseph Eblen, Leachvillc. ST. JOSEPH I£OSPITAL, MEMPHIS Dismissed: Lloyd Wise, Blylheville. Men of Promised Land Church Plan Fish Supper The Promised Land Men of Ihe Church Club will serve n fish supper munlty. Plans for Ihe supper were innde Wednesday night at a supper meeting of the organization at Uie church. Tho supper Wednesday, night served by members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service with Mrs. Maude Godwin, president In charge. Russell Gnlncs Is chairman -jf the Men's Club. CHURCH NEWS FLAT LAKE METHODIST CHUItCH (jilc-'im Hunch, .superintendent Chinch. School, lo a.m. PICQMISEI) I!ay L. Mcl.eslcr, minister Church School, 10 a.m. Preaching and Worship Services, 7 p.m. YARIiltO MK'VHODIST CHUBCII Kay I/. McLcsler, paslnr Church Ssliool, 10 a.m. Preaching and Worship Services, 11 a.m. FIKST HAI'TIST CHORCH K. C. Hro\rn, pastor Kunday School, 0:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Carroll F.vans will sing "It Is Enough" ^Mendelssohn. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, '/:3o p.m. A girls' quartet. Kathcrine iWestbrook, Willagene Daws, Billio Jane RocV- gcrs and Marion Mayes, will sing " 'Ncatli the Old Olive Trees." MUST MUTIIOniST CIIUKCH Allen I). Stewart, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 a.m. Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Intermediate Methodist Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Worship Service, 7:30 p.m. Choir practice, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Coming Events MONDAY •Woman's Society of Christian" Service of First Methodist Cnurs'ii FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH meeting at the church. I Harvey T. Kidil, pastor Woman's Missionary Society of| Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Baptist Church meeting in Morning Worship 11 am First circle groups. Circle One meeting Junior Choir, games, second high wont, to Mrs. Fowler and rooko to Mrs. Scherer. Red roses decorated tho u'omo. Tlie hostess served a dessert, course with coffee. * • f Out-of-town Visitor Honored Wilh Party ' Mrs. H. W. *Wylie entertained last night with a bridge parly complimenting Mrs. I.anier Reed, who has been mnldii![ lira- home in Bristol, Tenn.. and is the house-' guest of her sister, Miss An;;ic Hootl. i Tho iBlythcvillc visitor was also guest of honor Thursday when Miss Monta Hughes entertained with an informal afternoon party. ] •Another special guest nt Mri. .Wylic's party was Mrs. J. L. Peterson of Coppsrhill, Tenn.. nlso a sister of Miss Hood. Mrs. Heed and Mr.i. Peterson were both presented gifts by their hostess. I In bridge games, Mrs. Russell Fan- won high score prize. Refreshments were served. Blytheville Soy Named On College Honor Roll Harry Farr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russei: Farr. was one of the students at University of Arkansas College ol Business Administration. cle Two with Mrs. E. F. Blome.ver; Ciu-le Three with Mrs. C. E. Wil!-on; Circle Four with Mrs. Fred Copelnnd; Circle Five with Mrs. W. M. Williams nnd Circle Six with Mrs. Alvin Huffman Sr. Mrs. H. -If. Blevins hostess, Mrs. T. -E. Garni, co-hostess, to Woman's Society of Christian Service of L-nke Street Methodist Chinch. Younc Woman's Foreign -Missionary Society meeting with Mrs. .Inhn Ginin. Miss Ila Rogers hostess to GEO Cliib. TUESDAY Dale, Brip"«- . cnterlaniyij n Bridge'plub.-j I .- .. ~i Patricia Wise Jiostpss 'to x- Club. Eight meeting with Mrs. Otto Senior 'Hish School Parent- Teacher Association meeting at the High School, 3 o'clock, proceeded by Executive Board meeting. p.m. Evening service, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:10 p.m. LAKE STKEET METHODIST CHURCH Rev. ir. II, ISIcvlns, pastor Church School, 0:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evening Worihlp, 7:30 p.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, p.m. ' r.on-Rermon which will be read In | all Churches and Societies of Hie j Church of Christ, Soic-ntist Sunday. The Golden Text is: "As many I as arc !ec! by the Spirit of God, | they are the sous of God." Romans 8:14, FIKST CIIUKCH OV THE NA/AltKNK !•'. W. Nasli, paslor •Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People's meeting, 7:15 p.m.: Evening Worship, 8 o'clock, p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 1:31)1 FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIUKCH K. S. Baird, paxlor Bible School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 n.rn. Evening Training for all age groups, 6:30 pjn. • Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GO1> CIICRCH I..C. Ramsey, [lastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services, 6:30 p.m. Children's church, 0:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. FUI.I, GOSPIvl, TABERNACLE I). R. Harmon, pastor K'.mdp.y School, S:i5 a.:n Morning Worship, it a.m. Young People, U'li pin. Evening Worship, 7:30 pjn. Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP « 105 S. 2nd. Phono 230S' CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. n. Francis McDevitt, pastor Rev. Paul Uujarski, assistant pasloi Sunday Masse-- 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. Weekday Masses. 8 p.m. GATEWAY TAUERNAC.LE 1 Howard Street Rev. L. G. Borah, pastor Church Service. 3:45 a.m'. Evening; Worship. 7:30 n.m. Church Service, Wednesday Friclny, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST E. W. Stovall, pastor Sunday School, 9:50 a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 r..m. Evening Service, 8 p.m. NUMBER NINE BAPTIST CHURCH Howard H. Kin*, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m . Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 8 p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting, ! p.m. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Roliert Jaeger, pastor * Sunday School, 10 a.m. 'Worship Service, 11 a.m. i WEDNESDAY Lenten service, 7:45 p.m. "Peler. 1 | the Boaster, Cured", sermon. i CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 1416 W. Tilaln "Man" is the subject of the Lcs- nnd had I Mrs. Lee Stiles. preslrloi\t. charge of the business session. Mrs. George Bunch was lender in the study of Indin. Plans were made for the meeting next" ^'hurs- rtay at the church, when Mrs. B. Wheeler will bo in charge of the program. Payoltevi!le, who placed, on the honor roll for (he Fall semester. :A freshmrfn, he was graduated last Spring from Blytheville High School. LILLY STREET BAPTIST CHURCH D. B. Blcdsoc, pastor Sunday Scho"pl, ;.9:40 ; Morning Worship, 10:55 am. Training Union,' 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. 1MMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH A. M. Houston, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m ; Wednesday night prayer service, 7 p.m. -J. INSURANCE G/encoe Hotel Bldg. Phone 3545 I'Bious Dessert; Bridge Honors Mary Virginia Reichel MJss Mary Reichel, bride-elect of E. M- Terry, was complimented yesterday, afternoon with ^ dessert bridge when Mrs. Janws Tei- ry , entertained at her homo, 1028 Walnut. , | The ' four, tables of- guests hsa i a setting of Spring flowers ini pastel shades, carrying out a pastel color scheme used throughout entertaining rooms. • Miss Reichel was presented a glf( of crystal in her pattern by her hostess and gifts of crystal also^were oresented, to Mrs. Gar. rafii^C'aucJill, ^*h.o ^on high scoie in bridge games and Miss r these meetings, re- '• F-sic:i. reel ontion anci refreshments, ssain will, be Kntiiv-1 ' i QUICK Our Radio Repairs'arc quirt and our workmanship finer' than anywhere AN'Y WE KEPAU MAKE-ANY MODEL Phone 2642 ' ED CALLIHAN Mary'-A8»h -Robinson, who won '.second hlgf), The dessert course, was of'angei food cake! and itrMPberfles and r,Sn-tbB 'evnUae .cold dnnkst-—---. 106 South First Revival There will be Evangelistic Services al Ihe Full Gospel Tabernacle "' p.m. ninir March Illh, al 7:30 continuing lltrough (he 22. The services will be conducted by Rev. Thompson, of Little Rock THE I'DULIC JS INVITKO TO ATTEND D. R. Harmon Pastor Let Us do the job for You clean your— LSTERY CHAIRS We arc once again prepared lo resume this service which we were forced to discontinue during Ihe war. Avoid the Spring rush .... Send your cleaning lo us NOW! We Specialize In RUG CLEANING Laundry - Dry Cleaners 2TO South Second St. STARTS RELIEVING AIL 6 COLD MISERIES—IN JUST 6 SECONDS! lll-t rainon^. J>rcaeKpli"o>!-typc CGG" far *«:>cr-ti>rnlu relli-f from ccild miscriKi. Caullun: Tnkc only us clueclt-d. k COLD PREPARATIONS TABLETS OR LIQUID GROCERIES DELIVERED Once More! 501 C. L.NABERS Gro. and Mkt. Richelieu Foods Fresh Vegetables Best Cut Meats NO. Extra Charge for Delivery.' Instrument's Supplies - Repairs Radios, Office Supplies SPECIAL ORDERS ^SOLICITED Schools, Churches, liiuids, Ochcsli-iis & Club.s Given SPECIAL PRICES On Musical Instruments 107 E. Main Tel. 811 NEW TYPEWRITERS we are now takjng orders for Royal Typewriters for delivery anywhere in Mississippi County. Call or write us. SAMUEL F. NORRI& m frinting—Office Suyi'lies 122 North Second Continuous Shows Every Day Kox Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday Ranch \vilh Gone Antry Seriul "Son of Guardsman" No. 2 and Short Cont'd Shows Sa(. 12:30-11:30 Sunday nnd Monday it* try a Fine, Delicious DOMESTIC RABBIT dressed, cut up and chilled For Your Weekend Dinner • ' always a I the DIXIELAND RABBITRY C. R. Collins 51 1 Chickasawba Sa!e- At all times I keep on hand several tractors and equipment, including new and used. .T have John Deere, Fnrmall and other makes. Also have for sale al all limes 70 (o 80 head of mules. .Terms can he arranged. I will trade for almost anything you have. see F. C CROWE 1 Mile South Braggadocio, Mo. Paramount News aiitl Shorts Cont'd. Shows Sun. 1:15-11:00 J!ox Office Opens al G:30 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. anil Sun. Bargain \ighl Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Koxy. Saturday on witli Jim Xcuill Serial "Myslerious Mr. JI" No. -I anil Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday NINETIES with Abboll and C'ostcllo Fox News and Selected Short ContUlMUl Bhowlnc Bun. l;15 U,

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