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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 15, 1952
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PAGE TWO RLYTHEVru.K. (AllK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH IB, 1952 Jane Shulton, Society Editor Phono 4461 Luncheon, Re'nearsai Dinner Conclude? Bridal Social Whirl An a p.m. dinner parly at HoU?l Noblr; last night followed the rehearsal /or the 4 p.m. nuptial vow exchange today of Miss Mary SUP Crafton and EMS. O. A. Mines, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Craflon. par- enLs of the bride-elect, entertained witli the dinner parly for bridal party members anil out-of-town wedding guests. Including Col C. N. Martin of Columbia Military Academy. Columbia, Ti'lin. Clusters of while blooms centered the serving table. For the occasion, a ycilow .silk shantung print was chosen hy Miss CrafUn. Luncheon at, the SV. L. Homer home yesterday honored the bridal couple, their attendants and out-of- town guests. Mr. and Mrs. Horner were host and hostess to the 30 guests for the 1 pm. affair which concluded the prc-nnplla! whirl for Mi«s Crafton. nine dctted swis-s overlaid tlie buffet table and forming the cen- Iral ncsisjn for a color contrast were. blooming vivid geraniums. Pastel llowcrs complc-ted the party setting, A two-piece printed silk shantung was chosen by (he honoreo. who had an orchid in her hair. Bonnie Neil McCormick Tops High School Honor List for Six Weeks Bonnie Nell McCormlck. Blylhc- 1 Kay Crafton. Marjoiie Dougherty vllle Hi<:h School Junior, tops the \ diaries Laneston, Bobby Orsburii' hish school honor roll released for Shirley Wade, Joan Karls.. Gall Whits'.tl, Donald Harris. Gwendolyn Rhoaris. Danny Cobb. Janice Johnson, H»tsy Bell'. NiH Ro-.r. Hal]. Mcl- tia Hill, Jimmy Tilley. Allene Wim- bcrlv. La Jane V.'oodhon-e. Thirty-nine other students- were given honorable mention. They are as follows: the first six weeks period of th second semester. Principal W. D. Toimney announces. Holding second, third and fourth places respectively are Hllah Hopper, sophomore-, Bernire Flowers, sophomore, and Jimmy Weidman, Junior. Thirty-one other students who made the honor roll, lisle din the order of their rank, arc as follows: Marilyn Dougherty. Charles Kinningham. Patsy Yarbro. Laura Hcmby. Sammy House, Mary Alice McWatcr.s, Patsy Caldweli, Sam Lum. Sue Jobe, Harold Daniels, Jean Bradley. Joe Lynn Vow-ell. Luther Taylor. Louise Goff, Mary Baptist WMU Executive Board Meets in Home Mrs. R. C. Farr Honors Groups Scarlet tulips were chosen io pro- dominate in the decorations of 'he Russell c. Farr home when Mrs Farr yesterday entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge Club anrt Friday Contract Club and guests. Mrs. j. o. Triesehmarm. Mrs. L. E. Old Jr., Mrs. J w Adams, and Mrs. Chester caldweli I were guests. I Tulips centered each of the small j tables set. about the emcrtamin" ! room and topping the piano was a bouquet of red gladioli. The handsome (allies, and seorepads usod in the games and the placecards all repeated the i',.;ip motif, Bridge game prizes went to Mr.s Jesse Taylor. Mrs. Charles Crk- ger. Mrs. c. w. Garrigan and Mrs C. L. McYVatcrs. Osceola Students Will Be Presentee! in Recital The Snow Man. a fantasy wiei | ui iv.-o acts, will he presented at , the Osceola Hl'ih School Audito- . mini Tuesday ni«hl, 8 p.m. by pu- j |)!ls of Mi=s Marearet Molten! • j The following students will take I part: Betly Joyce Tat?, Sand| r-rs. Nancy McCJarrity. Jimmb Oeas- 11m, Merrie Carol Kenrii ick. sti'an ; Ecli-lngton, Patty Bowles. Siis-in Owen. Janie Lapides. Leigh wi'dy Diane Weinberg, Sherel Shank's Bonnie Taliaferro, Mickey Jo Ward, (Jane Wilson. I.ouiae Taylor, Dale |Si>eck. Becky Quinn, Bettv Jane , Htadgett, Nancy Sue SilverWatt. Sue . . Steel Simmons. Frank Bailey. Bill BrHh Daniels, Larerzi^ Hat- I Jne Cox - A B - Hozcll, Jr.. Betty LOTI | Hal], Glen Brazil. Anne Smith'Jack Crostwalt, Victor Cox, Jr.. Lalla Ann t Collis, Jane Houik. Anita Gentry ! Lana Jo Applebaum. Lynn Mann I Laquita Ayres. Katie Wat.son. w G i Parker, Klizabcth Ann Ivy, Elizabeth Bits of News c Still. Linda Bunch. Mnilln Granvillc Caoley. B-ibbic June Killian, Kitchens. Rosemary Monnghin, Prcd Ablxilt, Albert Fairfield, Fruma norowsky Mary , ley. Rondal Johnson. Pat Par Pe»B>- Gilmer, Merry Nell Lane. Jo Alice McGnirc. Patsy Weaver. Ear! Hv<!c, Donna Sue Qore. Max Hill. Patty Scotl, Pcsgy Taylor, Jim Tompkiiis, Hetty Johnson, Jane Wilson. Anna Mae Oreer. K'ina Richardson. Barbara Trumble. Bark.ira Watkins Dnnnlc Daniels. Melvin Boyd, Charles Ray Hall, Millie Ann Bradley, Winnibeth Buckley. Calvin Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley left this morning for Fayetteville where they will spend several days with their son. the Rev. w. F. Cooley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greer and children of Holly Springs. Miss., are (he weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Malin. Miss Jane Pinkard and Miss Carolyn Wilson of Atlanta. Ga.. are the houseguests of Miss Annella Hum| phreys and her parents. Mr. and \ Mr.s. Henry Humphreys. Miss Plnk- ard, Miss Wilson and Humphreys are students at Brenau, Gainesville. Ga.. and are here for the wedding of Miss Mary Sue Crafton and Ens. G. A. Hires, Jr., this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Newt Short and children, Anita Joyce and Steve are spending a wcnk in Louisiana with relatives and friends. Mr.s. Charles W. Afllick and daughter. Carter, returned Friday | from Danville. Va,, where they had i been the gnesls of Mrs. Afflick's ! parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Doat- rigln. Mrs. G. L. H;.yib! ihis afternoon from her Jack.-on, M')., home to spent! a week with her sister. Mrs. M. p. Day aml family. . I.any cummini>s is ill at ttie i home of his grandparents. Mr. and j Mrs. Mo'.nton C.-rler due to mumps. 1 P-'c. Donald w. Peterson arrive:! yesterday from Brooks Air Force base to visit bis parents, Mr and Mr.s, Aaron Peterson. Graham Portion' arrived last night from the University of Missouri to be (he weekend guest of i his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. i Partlow. Anne Alexander, Sandra Butler Lorine Rogers. Sandra Pollard Marpot Crane. Betty Ralph. Patricia Gleas- lin, Anne Applebaum. Sally Walters, Mary Dillard. Martha Dlllard Jean | Rhodes. Jane Wilson. Kny Whitmore, Peggy Beth Ford "Virginia Dale Osborn? and Anita Jones. Mrs. R, \v. Wooten yesterday was ho.sless (o 11 members and one----guest. Mrs. Idcll Lowe of the Trin- j Czoschin, Jack Jackoii. Sally ity Baptist Executive Board of (he [Triesclnnnim. Frances Rose. Woiucns Missionarv Union.- ' — Prayer by Mrs. Bill Crocker opened the business session, which [^ was directed by Mrs. Wooten. ! ; - J **~*-l, Following the adjournment, pray cr by Mrs. C. R. Robertson refresh inents were served. SPUING FASHION' I.KAIJttKS—Shown at the Country Club style show yesterday hi predicted fashion leaders are Uop row, left to right) Mrs. Ecb N'elscn. In a (hrcc-pierc suit; Mrs. Charles c. I.angston m n mcdcl of while linen; and Miss Kathryn W<stbmok, „, ,, new spacer 6Uit ; ense,nble completed with n linen and taflcta combination worn with a large hat. At bottom row led Is .Marilyn Sue Human In a coat of ml. Sisters Molly and Mchnrta Cunrtl (bottom, center) model party frocks in yellow and pink, and Hnrtnle Fayc Etclileson (.bottom row. right i .shows a navy blue and __, _, . iwi;. • s , H ",' <S?P rl Bhl)..:^JlJj5V w.hlte pique frock. Courier -News mains) I:t™ p u e 'T?' CoLmtryCiiLhAnnua[St y ieSk ^ Sisterhood To Stage Style Show An Easter Parade benefit stv Urn. al Hotel Noble. Fashions tor th3 milk nnd cookie set from Ihe Tot Shop and .Mend's will be mori- e.'fri. Allen's Flowers will provide the setting and Mrs. Nathan Weinberg of Csceola will serve as the show commentator. Jicrlcl models will be Jane Terry. Dorothy Boone. Svisie Marie Scymore. Marietta Graves. Sandra Lynn Wahl. John Anna Dill. Pat Walters, Jane Burnett. Tanda «^ *-1 ^J < 1^1 IV I T IG t; l I Reveals Spring Fashion Leaders of Ba Ptist BWC Stepping from an arch of grc.-iioy and white sutin, members and 1 '^ (—OnCIUCted guests of Blythevllle's Country Club yesterday modeled what's new in i the fashion world at (he monthly Ladie.s D.-fv. T '' e liiartcrly-banquet Creators from Miss Whltsltfs and The Ui'llclle Shops were shown as ' tion"^ Busines^'womcn^ (he models made their way among Ihe guests at (he club to the strains : nr the Daplist Ctmrcll Coming Events Sunday Miss Maxine Hipp cx::hances nuptial vows with Cpl. James E. Wimberly in 2 p.m. ceremony at First Methodist Church. plciue (rim. Marilyn Sue Human _ continued Ihe parade of the lolll- Langston. Jov Smothcrmon Janie I 1 '" 1 ' croM ' tl wil h " r ed coat fcalur- Ellis. Carol Ann Caldweli Dianno i lll!; " ''"I 1 " l '<> ll -'ir and navy bine Still, Martha Huddleston. Palrlrm nll<1 wllilc I" 1 ' 1 "' <fo"«l silk lining. He- coat opened to reveal a Johnston's Sconper of gray cotton w-ith red. white and navy blue trim. Molly nnd Melinda Onard appeared in creations bv Prissy Miss ichicson opened the] of grey woven dotted flannel belled show with an original of navy waf- iwi'h black patent. Her small hat flo pique and white embroidered ' wa.s of ..1.1... ..' —:-,', ,' '. organdy by Johnny l.ce nf California. Her rtulch style navy blue nnd while faille hat had matching white Still, Martha Huddleston. Patricia Louise Willingham. Donna Lynn Mister. Melia Fay Salibn. Emily Huffman. Evelyn Kay Halstead. Angela Grcenwell. James Howard Hardliig, Rob Porter. LcK-htnn George, Butch Smothcrmon. Mlch- BC] Dutch Coleinan of Blvthcvillc and Billie Williams of Ofceola. hito brads. Illark and Yellow Mr.s. Geoige Hiihhard. Jr.. chose black and yellow Benham original John- ... molallir print on rose ground and i ' A her small natural straw hat had a ; which was ioppcd ivitli n spencer jacket In JniKMiil yellow wool flr.ece Her Frank Benson original was of rough straw. Mrs. I. R. Coleinan followed her in an original nf nnvy blue and while featuring rhinestonc buttons and designed by Paul Parties. Her Madcap hat was of St. Stephen's episcopal Woman's Auxiliary has 8 p.m. meeting at Ho- H-l Noble. The Rev. Sheldon Davis I of Forrest City, guest speaker. i First Methodist Church Circles meet at 2:30 p.m. — Circle One. Mrs. H. C. Sims, with Mrs. J. w! Adams, Sr, co-hostess; Circle Two. Mrs. G. G. Hubbard with Mrs. W F. -—t - ~M>.,V.I was held, Mrs. W, R. Campbell- Circle Four rnur.sday nighl. with the First Bap- i Mrs. James C. Guard witli Mr.s. Lloyd itst.^ Church of Blythevlllc a.s Ihe j Whittaker. co-hostess; circle Five. Shamrorks and (op ha!s in vivid i L>vy Welch with Mrs. Billle GainJS Kreen dec -rated the b.inquet tables | ra -hc.stes.s: and Circle Seven Mrs! of (he entcriaining rooms for the i Harry A. Haines hcsl«s at H pm ' n , Trinity Baptist BWC lias 7:30 p m Mj.-s Pearl l.ce of nlytheville. led- meeting with Mrs. Irene Pr.chard eration president, conducted the 504 Chcrrv blismr-s ui>>ctln!r and ;\frs I) v -• , Mnloeh of Osceola had char'-c of ! S °" e nncl Two "' Tril l'iJ' tlie program, with Mrs. John Doug- ! ' pU5t WMU hils ' |)m P 0 '- 1 "^ ram, w Mrs John Pore- las. „],„ „, Osceola presemmg ,hei bUSmCSS mcct .'-' il devolional. A mcrlley of Irish ; scntod Mrs. Maloch and Miss Lovelace and concHulhli! the activ- original nf blond . ier. Mary Jane Tliemie. 'Ronnie, j'"«'".' "! a! ',"' ili Poctz. Jerry Evan.,. Mel Hushes. 1 ^ 11 "' """^ Bobby Warren, Carol Irene Cop- pedgc. Sue Rnbinsim. Ann Robinson. Leigh W'ildy. c.^x Aflon. Becky Quinn, Becky Rainwater. Leslie Ann Cook. Dane LntUell. Susan Grigsby, Jrannie Tris'er. Marie 'itsemble shown bv Melinda. Her .small hat had a wreatii of pastel blooms. Linda La Lnn Trir.srhmann presented a climpsp of the slyle for ;^"^^^^'''^("1,^ "',-1 Layette Shower in trimmed Ihe skirt and her hat f-• . was a li.rgc straw rimmed in /OlVCn IH HOITie wreaths of tiny red velvet flowers i arranged m green velvet and de- slcnrd by Flo-Hay. fftyctte shower at the 1 a navy blue hat with a white .^'^rS.rzi"' r t Er-"^ -- s -- : shown by Miss Maxim- inn. ,,,-r \ ^ I!u , s ,j, „,,., n; , d ^ „ E . «'as of imported lin- i r.aSho't ITirnnlt* Rrfiif' i ; t n "im 1 uiu wn n R vi iilti' i * benJr Ato Brogdon ^ah B'^ !?!?."'. b ? lul " "»." .'••"?!'. "»* ™rrM ! cn "'"' l '"" 1 "' "" d ^ »'"" brim- ley, Suann Sa'.iba, Jim Flhs, Benny Jo Van Cleave. Jimmy Dral. char- Tnpsday „-,, .,,„ ' Mls - Rene Tcaford entertaining ": r,l'": i Tri-Town Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meeting at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday Mr.s. James B. Chrk entertaining Town and Cotmiry Club. Mrs. W. H. Htit.son entertaining Hi-'h Two Clnb. Central FT A has 3 pm. session a I. First Baptist Church, with Exec;;! ive Hoard meeting at 2:33 p.m. Mrs Chrrle.s Rose hostess to Wednesday Club Thursday Mrs J. n. .Smith enlc: taininc. wiih morning party from in till 12 Box Off ice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission i!c & 30c AI All Times SATURDAY ONLY! Oniiblc I''eii!nre Mr.s. Br.b le by Nolan | mcd hat of pale beige was tared Nelson opened the)'" blruk Vl>lv<1 ' aml trimmed with showing of styles for the Sprim' ''' lari!l ' hlll< ' k roMV NIrs Nfl " : " n .,- ,, --•• - Auten. : w i lh .| witll „ Davidow three piece i Wh "' s Max Usrey. Jr.. Frank Butler B nni sll |t.of yellow tweed The lop coat ! nriRi '"" Mus^ aTlT'h , • ^ |wns ot w " brmv " nml "How and! lo " chc<1 in rhinestones. Her orici- Music will be inrmsned by Mrs. : scashclls t» n,.i.i <™~. .j™...""! nnl Eddie Saliba arvl .M^i Mikniii.iK piiuy uoni in tin u r u , honoring Mr.= . Jesse Oclell Barnes. Whitley, Brenda Lou pastel tones adornedj 1 a recent bride. ^''h Mrs. Jimmy Krcne hostess Io ^1••'"="'-" pha ncta Blincn Club. a Shipman Baker j '"Alirr'gi'f^'tnr Mrs Mushiliha,! 1 Th!lr - 5<1 "y R">"k mcel.s with Mrs naw olue otterman coa, , been displayed, r^fivs^' "wnVVL"'^ , „ I served by the hos, r ^,. s ,„ ,]ie cue.Is I ^ LK lnrp " i W!:tl Jllrs - •'• s P"ape.j Beniuru dres-s, was of silk j who wei'e scar.-d m 'the lloial be-'! JIrf "''" Jt:u! WI " tc rut " I! <i'H Serial: l>;r;i(i?s Harlior A!s.-(i t'arlnon , . . .-^.......... ,,, fj,i.-.n-L i irnt-.N iiiiui nrti -.-.-. .-, ..,, v, M1 , «(-4 c sr;i [rd in l lie I! Of the Mr, "4 R^ ,h nC "u S P " P i !UT Whllr slr;lw "••"• Shf wns fol-] slw n'""S ""'I belK-a willi ren irnth- rteckeri rnlcrlaming rooms Of the Mrs. A. B. Smith will present i lowed by Mr.s E M Terrv Jr who 1 "' "" sl " al1 nav >' Wuc hat was by I iwm^ Jirriers 5 ' J^h £ ''"V° ^' !l>r f °' C ' nt l n!so shmvr<l an m-lginal'from Ihe ! '- rc '<-- Loartiii s Ihe summer fash-; , . n Week Club. Jieneis. at the Tot .Shop and by Davidow collection. Her suit was of •''"" P''e<iir!ini« in silk- shantiine. i /VI TS KOV Jnhnqnn 1 "EO nnd rin ricib beinc enter-I f Slstcrnood members. | InLMy bl|lr „„,, , )rmv] , twc0(1 „,,,, ] Mrs. Joe \erly chose a Martini i 'I.' ' JUIiribUn . um , rt by Mr . R ^ n T Thomp . j ^ in benedict i ne qcccnlni ' I c- I I i i I-N I—I« — -t« son \ ins La Nueve Mrs. M. O. Usrey hostess Io Mid' Week Club Sl'XDAV & .MONDAY Msten lo KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program iiniiounccments. Box Office I'honc 2752 — Office Phone 699S Box Office Opens al I :'lri _ Show Starts 2:00 p.m. c ~ ,IL Continuous Shbwfng^Evcrj'day I "The Enlerlninment Spot of ^Mississippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theater Book — $2.50 SATURDAY ONLY! The strange story behind ^ history's unforgettable... , LAST STAND! L 10HH MARIE BRIDGES • IRELAND • WINDSOR Serinf: Caplain Video & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Ilfee Tersas ... ait * no place like J-oj?: ' in today's great , new H •*> | — in. t i ii.u iii i an wravr wns Legion to Observe ""• Hrf ^\^l^ a ^ 33rd Birthday [her co.n of ran weave was finger-j 0: it; ' nn ' , ln benedictine fin tr^r i,..f ,,.^^ v,,. ^..n,.. wiih white piqtie and rhiiic.stone pins Her hat was of white imlan , straw and was designed by Marl- r A red. white and blue ensemble The 33rd hirthdav nf !>, A.merl ' can Legion will be observed Tues- i day night with a party at Ihe U-- glon Hut. American Legion Auxiliary members will be ho.s'.c.w.s for ihe 8 p.m. affair which l s open to Lepion members and their wives, and Legion Auxiliary members husbands. was shown by Mrs. W. T. Rain- rn ' v ' water, who appealed In a Paul | [1 ure white linen made up (he '------ model shown by Mrs P ' lnl ° s 1 ot imported ,wpliu J summer ' '" rircl " im rcl1 nuri midnicht navy | Charles Lansston to close the show blue. Her small veiled hat was by Ix-cie and her gloves by Van Rollc. Miss Kathcrme Wrstbrook added to the list of Faster costumes with her Is Club Hostess , Th ,, rKiny c .,, h ,„„,, ,.,„, Mr , ! lii.'! I'liillips. Mrs. Hcnrv Thompson and Mrs ; I)',mli.-a;e Bridge League plays at Wesley Thnmas last nicht were Hotel Sohle at 7-30 p m" prize winners at the semi-mon'hly Friday niretir.g of (he Stitch and Clutter' Mr.s c !, M.-Watfrs to .'.' „ , . Fi'iciay Contra-t Club Mrs Hay Johnson -,, as hostess f or ' Salunlav the session and follmv ior. riift [-.i,,,^^ .^ .. . T ,'.j BriMre League mccl.s Paul Panics mnKi-check stiit fea- """ s " onc< ' r (:lrk ' >t - bi'ans trimmed the scooped ncrkhne and a cape stole was worn with Ihe nenliain original Her !'V"' 1 ',V'" l . <<I " s , w '? n srlvccl • s l" rl "= it Ho:el Noble at t : 3o"p" small hat of orange blossoms was I 1 '™":-'' wcoralert (he home for the, f refreshments ^ilh rhine.siones and ac- Al the Hospitals niythcvlllc Hospitai Di-smissed: Mrs. Houston Brown. Tyler. Mrs. E. D. McLcmore. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. H. L- Matthews, city. Gerald B Harshman. Tomato. Mrs. Raymond Beaty and baby, . , - - •'•> --i" .mi .lit^^••l. Tliej rrntr d in pale erceti and was an' U10:r brown ami white i-rcalion was worn i original by Brandt of New York. j 9R iwifh an original hat by Brandt " rt '" ••—'i- 1 - -t.--_ ^.. .v.. ^-U Und she carried buam-martin lur.s | designed by Car in. ; ....... ,,,u.,, IHUIMH Herman Bies|ii-i Original suit was ! shown commentator. She ohase a .shou-ii by Mrs. Bob L<igan. The Spring ensemble of navy and pow- _. , . rinOCChlO Dreamland V'Mr 1 ': S whiiVm served as the! Surprise Party ricr blur. In the bridge and canasta games | Rainwater City. stole was removed to reveal a tailored suit [or early .Spring wear. Her knHtcrt hat was by Madcap and her . , .suit was of mi.sly gray ui'ii a Ixild i leil the bridge scores, with Mrs. Hi-n white plaid. Mrs. J. Louis cherry | Buller. Jr.. of Osceola taking sec- eontinued Ihe show in a ruled coal i nnd hiati and Mrs. Bob Warren, designed of black and blue which : third score honors. opened to reveal a rose-reri irrid- I Mrs Alvin Hardy 11.15 ran.isl.i ; escent (affe(a Iinin7, Her dress was ' hich winner, wiih Mrs. Dale Horn I designed by Harvey Berin and was i ukms second high. Lovelace l; nicln ion,ir fiir a sui-p:se "ewaim::u n' lier new nvulcnce Ni'r'h Franklin Slrcot. Mr- R to . f'urinc the fiennii's informal rn- 'eiv.'.nment, relrec-hmcnu were served. ! i FIOKEXCK. Italy iAP> — Millions of rtalian srl-.ool rhllriren are civilr:Siii!in-; nne lira each to have a licimcJ fairy t.ilc cnme to life. Ti'.ey plan to build a "park of m.mvis* 1 around the vill.i w-here rn:e,Yhlo w.'.s bom. The villa is at Col'iixii, in 'Hi-,-any. wheie Ihe writer nf P:noccliio. ('.trio Loii-li7;lti. Inert aud died. The plan is to transform the villa iiilo a dreamland !n;b!:r park where children can I Pinoccruo's adventures. new Souti'.ivsjt! .-' . - V '¥ ."'t-i-i, ,\ PRANK Pi'ROSENBERG • DELMER 1 DAVES • DUDLEY NICHOLS fasi' ci a \3vsl t,- ff-^ ij-:,::i |5| IJC" I'anirnounl News & Shnrls. I E-UU. K,, V X fhc ]{ n (,|,i| _ limnklyn (Joes f South Riti Guests to See "Return of the Texan" -Mr. & Mrs. S. C. Owens Mrs. Marvin Rnninson Mrs. Carey Wmidburn COMING NEXT WED-THURS-FRI 7 BEND of the RIVER" in Technicolor JA.MKS STKWAKT & JV\.\\ ADAMS

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