The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 19, 1952
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER N'EWS Pat Muliins, Society Editor etu& Fhon« 4461 Brogdon-McHaney Rites Are Read at Christian Church Miss Mary Francos McHaney, dniiKliter of Mr. and Mrs. Joliu Cornelius McHaney, became the bride of Bt-n- janun Franklin Brogdon in a double ring ceremony of i|iiiel simplicity this morning at 10 o'clock at tho First Christian Church. The Rev. James \V. Rainwater, minister of the church, read the rites in a .selling of greenery interspersed willi white. A large number of friends and relatives witnessed presided over the bride's book. Upon their return from a week's wedding trip to the Ozarks. Mr. Drogdon and his bride will be at home at 1112 Hcarn Street. Out-of-town 'guests here for the Jean Dedman Is Honored at Dessert-Shower In the whirl of pre-nuptla] events given for Miss Jean Dedman, who c . ,,„ ,.„„„ wtr(! will he. married to Bob Wnlclen at I with "YWA" written the exchange of vows. At cither side of the chancel entrance was a white wicker stand nf white gladioli and greenery. The wedding party stood before Ihe communion table 0:1 which was a silver centerpiece filled with nil arrangement of \vhlte carnations and gypsophilia. Single white tapers in silver candle sticks on each side of the centerpiece, and a row of \vhile tapers burning In white candelabra at the wedding included ChrichfleM, sister Mrs. of the bride- b.icJc. lighted the communion t.'iole: MeHaney, in, and set the scene for the wedding i Walter Stegall «. i ,^.^,, a i, J ,,, tun,,., parly. All decorations lod up to the | Mrs. Willard H. Pease of Chicago: baptistry opening, where boughs of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas n. Miller of Broom of Halls. Tenn.; Miss Mary I.ett, nunt of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Hall, Dr. and Mrs. I.. H. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. John C. all of Kerjnetl; Mrs, of Lexington, Tcnn.; greenery were massed. .Music Presented [ . Mrs. Dalton C. Powlston. organ-1 wt ""'"iH°" °» Greenville. Miss. 1st, and Mrs. Thomas B. Miller till Memphis, vocalist, presented a program of nuptial music. Organ selections included "Prelude" from — third act of "Lohengrin" by Wag- QVGnt ner. "Prize Song" from "Die Mer-1 . . . Memphis; Mrs. Sanford Hoone o[ Jackson, Tenn.; and Mrs. Paul Last of Bridal' tails For the occasion. Miss Dedman dressed in a blue organdy. FUnback frockcd and was given a corsage of white carnations. Among miscellaneous gifts showered on the honorce was a iiltt in her chosen pattern of crystal, which was presented by her hostesses. Mrs. R. L. Dedman. mother of the etcrsinger" by Wagner. ;'My Heart. at Thy Sweet Voice" from "Samson and DcJIJah." by Snlrit S.iins, " tilene Nuptlalc," by Dubois, "Wedding Cnrlllon," by Schrciner. "Ero- tlk," by Grieg, "Serenade" by Schubert, nnd "Romance" by Ruben- Eteln. Mrs, MIHer's selections were "Til Walk Beside You" by Murray and "Icli LIcbcr Dich." by Grieg. During the exchange of vows, strains of "Ltebc-atrnum" by Ltsxt, were heard from the organ. As n response to the closing prayer, Mrs. Miller sang MaJotte's "The Lord 'a Prayer." Mrs. Fowlxton wore R navy blue sheer with a corsage of white gardenias. Mrs. Miller's etal . . dress of cotton chnmbrny wns rte- Bigned with n low neckline and bouffant skirt, accented with white gardenias at the wafstlfne. Prior to the entrance of the bridal party, the topers were lighted by Mrs. Bhui S. Heath, who chose A summer print of red anrt ivhite jersey with which she wore white cnrnntlons at-ithe waist. Miss Patty June 'Davis attended the hrJde AS matd of honor. She wore a blue -gray clrcss of silk shantung designed with matching, jacket ftpd full skirt. A sh/niUler corsnge of brown orchids blended with her brown accessories. Bride Given By Father The bride was given In marriage by her father. For the occasion, she wore a Martini original by Sylvan Rich, fashioned of silk shantung taffeta in Brown Stone Front shade. The, with its close fitted wntst and semblance of rounded hlpllne was accented at the neckline with a touch of white and two rhlnestone bvittons. It was topped with a graceful cape of the same material. The skirt had a four-gored flare, lined with iaffetn. Her white lare- like hat with Us short veil wns studded with rhlnestones nnri her only Jewelry were matching rhine- Rtone earrings. Other accessories were in white nnd she cnrried R white Bible from which fell a graceful cascade of valley lilies and gypsophilfa. Charles Lester Brngdon attended his brother as best, man. Ushers were the bride's three brothers John C. Mclianey, III. of Kennetf Joseph Wllllnm McHaney and Robert Gattis McHnncy, The. bride's mother wore a light pink fheer crepe with square neckline nnd rirnned skirt. Guests Received Following the ceremony, guests were received In the church vesti- Frances McHaney The continuous circle of pnrllPs. sliowors, luncheons, nnd other forms of pre-nuplfnl festivities, cnmc to nn end yesterday for Miss Frances McHnney, who wax married to B. P. BroKdon this morning at 10 a.m., when she wns honored at n breakfast nt 10 o'clock, the Inst ot planned occasions for her. Mis. Clarence Wilson was hostess for the two-course held at the Hotel Noble. Out-of-town guests for the affair were Mrs. W. H. Pense of ChicaEo, and .Mrs. Sanford Hoone of Jackson, Tcnn. White daisies centering the table, placccards decorated with yellow rose hurts, and other detail provided the color scheme for the yellow and white party. The gm-st-nf-honor wan given yellow roses for her shoulder. Sho wore for the occasion, a trousseau model of yellow with white accessories. The hostesses' gift was silver In her chosen pattern. Guests Honored By Paul Mahons The home of Mr. nnrt Mrs Mahon wns the scene last Pni nijht of B weiner roast and picnic supper given In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Cobble of nogcm-IMc, Tenn.. and Mr. and Mrs. Pasolcl of Milwaukee. Wis. They are the quests of Mrs. Cobble's and Mrs. Pnsold's mother. Mrs. G. W. Smith, and other relatives. Other guests Included Mrs. Smith nnd children nnrbarn anrt Jackie. Mrs. Fred McGregor and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith. White Bible Service Is Held at Church Mrs. James E. Foster was given n While Bible ceremony Thursday night at the First Baptist Church by members of the Young Women'B Associatlpn. YWA colors, green and white provided the color scheme. The table was overlaid with while lace over green and centered with white daisies. Interspersed w I Ih greenery' bowl. A'single green candle was placed on eliher side nf the centerpiece. Tea cake* were Iced In white SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1991 Bible Class Has Meeting at Church Members of (he Ladles Bible Class of the First Methodist Church gathered yesterday at the church for a business and social meeting with 18 member* attending. Mrs. Dick Webb of Mobile. Ala., the guest of Mrs. Prank Webb, was an out-of-town guest, Bits of News / 1lastly /-^ct-donal T. A. Folger will spend next week In Atlanta, Oa., attending a manager's school. He win be accompa- Mrfi. E. E. Hardln gave the dcvo- j nyied by Mrs. Folger. who will spend .., ..n^i,-,^,*,- j lional, chooshig ns her subject, in a crystal j "Traditions," The group sang. "Help Somebody Today." and Mrs. w. I. the First Christian Church, was a party given Thursday night ot Ihe home of Mrs. J. I,. Westbrook. Jr. Hostesses for the desert-shower wcie Miss Pal Regan. Mrs. Westbrook. Miss Ann McLeod, and Miss Betty Nell Holland. Bridge Barnes were rrmrtuctr-d In tho evening and winners Included Miss Shirley King, winner of high, and Miss Nancy Holland, winner of low. A prolusion of plckardy gladioli were used In the decoration and centering earn table were liny pink In- green. . Mrs. Foster's chair was overlaid in white and frrccn. In a candlelight service, Mrs. Albeit EmierUn and Miss Ernestine Holt spoke %n homelifc. Miss June Vcach played a piano solo, and Misses Betty Ann and Pat Mtllllns sang a duet. Mrs. L. C. Rolllson, molher of the recent bride was a special Kiiest. Out-of-town guests were Misses BcKina Baker nnd Joyce Jackson of Bowling Green. Ky., the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jobn- --- ----- . -----and while blossoms in miniature ] son. vases. A pink and white color | Following the prcsentntion of the scheme WAS carried out In all dc- j While Bible, a reception was held . . bricte-clcct, nmi den. mother of wore tea guests. Mrs. John Wal- the groom- to-be, Jerry Jo Lewis Honored With Bridal Shower Tlie flrsl of prc-nuptlal events for Miss Jerry Joe Lewis, the bride-elect of Johnny Glnsscock. was held at the home of Mrs. Odol Barnes, who had as her co-hostess, her mother, Mrs. George Slilwcll. The occasion was a miscellaneous shon'Cr. The home wns decorated with mixed s u in m e r flowers throughout nnrl the refreshment table was overlaid with lace ant) centered with n low mixed arrangement. Miss Lewis, who dressed hi a gray In Mrs. Foster's honor. Leach.ville Club Has Party Here LEACHV1LLE _ More than „„ members of the Cotillion Club attended n Hawaiian Party at the , Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Frl- i » no group.<• 65 Demon offered prayer. Mrs. Denton was also In charge of Ihe business meeting in which plans for future work were discussed. The class voted to buy a piano for the classroom. Mrs. O, C. Gniuke led a Bible Him in the social hour and they were entertained by piano solos Blvon by Mrs. Henderson Hall. Frosted drinks and cookies were the sveeit la Macon, Oa. Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Chesnut and children, Jackie and Joy of Vero Beach, Pla.. and Mrs. Freeman Jernigan and son. Skipper, of Jackson. Miss, will arrive Sunday to be the guests of Mrs. Chesnufs and Mrs. Jernignn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Joyner and daughter. Mrs. Flora Cnrtwrlght of California, Mrs. Maggie Stokes of Paducah. Ky,. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jennings of Paducah. Miss Vera Stokes of Chl- HD Club Meets For Luncheon sorved by the hostesses. Mrs. Har- j cas °' nave returned to their homes din. Mrs. J. O. Sudbuiy nnd Mrs. ! aft * r bcing the Buests of Mr, and Ganske. 1 Mrs. W. E. Rhoads and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. Whittle, and Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Rhoads. Miss June Cunningham returned home today after a H'ceks visit in Chicago with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ellis and Mrs. Group singing opened'a meeting ! Ellis' mother, Mrs. Joe Tanner, re- of the Plat Lake Home Demonstra- ] turned yesterday from a 10-ciay va- tion Club ivhen they met at, the j cation in Flint. Mich., where'they club for a luncheon. | visited Mrs. Tanner's other daugli- Mrs. Peggy Buchanan gave the' tors, Mis.'W. L. Hauer anrt family, eye-opener and offered the bless-! Mrs. Harry Sanders and family. Ing. i and her son, Harvey Tanner, and Mrs. C. M. Abbott presided over a Mrs. Tanner. business session held in tho after- \ Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Koehler and r.oon and Mrs. Lynn Plunkett gave. ' daughter, Kay. and niece, Shirley reports. Poultry tips were given oy ! Jean Phillips of Dell, will leave to- BERRY NICE-Wearing & blueberry necklace, Rhonda Shenwood samples some early Michigan blueberries. She'll reign over the annual Grand Haven Harvest Fiesta sponsored by Michigan blueberry growers. Coming Events Saturday Hosts and hostesses for the Co" he '?,- Ht H ° lel ' " Osceolo News By BETTYE NF.1.LF. STARR day night. : „ , __„ Guests were presented *'ith or- j Garretl Abbott. Mrs. Glenn Bunch chids and tels as they arrived, by! anti Mrs - Ruth Craig, the hosts and hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce. Mr. anrt Mrs. J. W. Clark, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth Short and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wallace. The room was decorated throughout with palms and Iroplcal fish on mirrors. A spot lighted Hula girl wns fashioned with grass skirt, balloons and yarn arounrt a mirrored pillar and was the center of attraction. During the evening, n buffet supper of Hawaiian foods was scived from a table centered with cr.vsi/1 bowl, surrounded by greenery, fresh pineapple and hurricane lamps. Dancing provided the enterinlii- mcnt. morrow for Gulfport, Miss., for a Others taking parl.s were Mrs. '10-day vacation. They will be ac- BWC Meet T n Home frock which she complimented with (~)f TVTvo W POT>. while accessories, wns given a cor- ^ L mi &. •". .OKI 1 y sage of white and a gift In linen by her hostesses. Members of Circles Three mm ,virs. LWIIC unvis 01 bteeie. MO.. Party games provided the eve- , Ffmr ot " lc Business Women's Cir- | spent the week end with Mrs. Jesse . Bcrna Fondren and Miss Patsy Lou Pope won prUes. Among the guests were Mrs. Chester I^wls, mother of Miss Lewis, and Mrs. Lawrence Gln.'Kcock. mo- lher of the groom-to-be, bule by and Mrs. Broarfon La Finesse Meets In Nunn Home Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr., was hostess yesterday to members of I.a Finesse Club. Guests Included Mrs. Caudill and Mrs. R. I. Thompson. Mrs. Nunn used In decorating her home bouquets of daisies. A dessert course wns served preceding tho games. In the bridge games, Mrs. Richard Rose won the high prize. Mrs. Cmiriill won second hich anrt Mrs. Swimming Party Given by Club Members of the Stltcli nnd Chatter Cluh hart as thrir cuest.s last night, their hushnnns. They gathered -:-at- the home of Mrs. Terry Prcvost'and went to the Air Base pool-for a. swimming party. Later In the evening, they return- '. to tile Provost home for a picnic supper on (lie lawn anri were entertained Informally. Baptist YWA Meets In Wooten Home Members of tlie Young Wompn's Association of the Trinity Baptist Church met last night at tho home of Mrs. R. W. Wontni for a business meeting conducted by Miss Edna Overman. Miss Rebecca Henson gave the devotional, scripture, anrt prayer.! Misses Juanlta and Ruby Henson' Garrard ' took parts on the procram. Dis- of Calvary Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Henry Berry for the business session, Mrs. Jim Ross conducted the meeting and Mrs. H. J. Foncircn led opening prayer. The devotional vVjas given by Mrs. Hubert Polsgroyel atjd scripture was taken from St. John. Miss Ellen Moore led the closing prayer. Mrs. James Rambo was added as a new member and guests were Mrs. Elllft Wilson. Mrs. J. C. Burr. Mrs. John Fleitz and Mips Bonnie Webb. Dog-wood Club Holds Meeting Twelve members of Dogwood Home Demonstration were present at their meeting of the month held yesterday. Mrs. Luther Thompson led group singing and Mis. P. K. Jarrett spoke, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickling are home after spending several days In Si. Louis. Mrs. David Laney returned home Friday from St. Louis where she j spent a week at the bed-side of \ her uncle, Arthur Moran, who has been seriously III, but is now greatly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applcbaum anrt daughters, Pcarle Anne and Lana Jo, are leaving Sunday morning for a week's vacation at Nor fork Lake. They will be guests In the Colcman Crews Lodse. Mrs. Leslie Davis of Steele. Mo., Davis and. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Buchanan. Miss Allies librarian. Is visiting Greenwood, Miss. companied by Mrs. Koeler's sister, Mrs. Houston Allen, Mr. Allen and sons. Gary and Todd. o! Tree. Mrs. Dan Stout return... .night after spending two weeks in Memphis with her daughter, Mrs. Louis Wilson, Mr. Wilson, and daughter. Anna Lou. She was called because of the Illness of Mr. Wilson, who has shown no Improvement. Mrs. G E. Workman has been dismissed from a hospital in Jonesboro where she underwent surgery. Her condition if "much improved." Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fascia of Milwaukee, Wis., are the guests of her mother. Mrs. G. W. Smith, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawkins and daughter, charlene. of Memphis will arrive today to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gentry announce the birth of their fiflh child, a son. at Blythovlte Hospital. He has been named Jerry Lynn. A. G. Moody, .who was in an automobile accident Saturday, 5he sne - . * Crawford Mo Clue. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Losan. Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan and Mr. and Mrs. J. Parrls McCalla. Monday .. , , Mrs. Herman Befhtrse Is hostess i to members of the High Two Bridge j Club at her home. Stephens, nssbtant relatives In Mr. and Mrs. lEd Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongate spent the week -in St. Louis attending ball games and shopping, Mrs. J. G. Oough, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keats and son. Harry. Jr.. spent Sunday with Mr. Gough at Horse Shoe Lake. Mrs of the First Methodist meet as follows: Circle Four lias 9:30 a.m. meeting in the home of Mrs. V. G. Holland: at 3 p.m. at the church, members of Circles One. Two, Three. Five and Six meet: nnri Mrs. Blan Heath is hos- lesa to members of Circle Seven at hur home, at 8 p.m. Circles One and Two of the Women's Missionary Society of Trinity Baptist Church has I p.m. luncheon followed by business session and Royal Service program. Tuesday Blytheville Country Club Duplicate Bridge League pjays weekly games. Mrs, Robert Thompson is hostess at her home lo Ihe members of Yarbro Home Demonstration a I 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. Jesse M. White is hostess to derivent major surgery, nnd is In members of Club Eisht. critical condition today at Blythe- Mrs. Richard T. Mills entertains ville Hospital. His brother. Larry, members of C]B Club at the Razor- Moody, underwent an emergency back Drive-In. appendectomy there on Tuesday His condition Is Improved. They are the sons of Mr. and, Mrs. L. M. Moody of Dell. Cpl. L. M. Moody Jr.. of Occanslde. Calif., and Ml<s Varlna Moody of Washington. D. ( C., have arrived io be with their [parents and younger brothers. At the Hospitals Blythevill* HocpiUJ Dismissed: Irene Jacques, Sicele C. R. Kelly, City Ira Gray, City Wills Dismissed: Bill Baker, Rl. 3 Joe Jarrett, Steele Baby Steven. Huffman Make a necklace of your faroru* bracelet by sewing narrow black ribbons lo each of Ihe clasp ends an* then tie It around your throat, dog collar fashion. Economical Blouse Trio !,..„. Maude Hudson, teacher In! Mrs - J - W ' Colen of Memphis the Victoria School, was home over ^,^ ne1 e "?^, ° { her daughter, Mrs. the week end. Mrs. Hudson Is tak- """•-• "••" Thursday Kibitzer is being entertained by Mrs. Jane.Carson. , Members of Thursday Rook Club meet at the home of Mrs. Neville Blakemore. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League has weekly night game. Mrs. Lynn Hughes entertains. 8805 12-42 By Sue Burnett Three attractive blouses in one pattern—and each style requires just one yard of fabric in the smaller sizcsl You'll want to sew all three for your skirt wardrobe. Pattern No. 8805 is a sew-rite. perforated pattern m sizes 12. 14, 16, 18, 20; 40. 42. Size 14. 1 yard of 39-inch for each blouse. For this pattern, send 30c In sired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier Newa, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6. III. Ser.d 25 cents today for your copy of Basic FASHION '52. It shows you how to make your wardrobe do double duty with economical .time-saving styles. Gift pattern printed Inside. 25 cents. ing a summer State College. ourse at Memphis Bl^rt^^n^and'Sr 5 - S^f! »L" "«" ^ ™ Mrs. Lee Wesson and children are summering at Cape Cod. They ex-[ Mrs.. N, :iect to return home In September. J daughler, Mis. Bob Bailey and son, Frank, visited friends in Mftrfced Tree during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor and daughter. Melba. will spend the weekend with Mr. Pryor's sister. "A. Slane. Dr. Slane and Georgia Lee, Perryvllle. If your heels have suffered from Mo. Perspiration and constant wear are hard on shoes. Allow your shoes — ^ -' -...-....- ••!.—•-- i:n,vjn>lll£ canning and home freezing. In i nkcly to *'iss r%Sm g ^y f r i°r jsir, - -—* - at her home. Saturday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League plays weekly afternoon game. Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday obtained marriage licenses in the j, re i • •> — «"o"-.» "^ uuinuieu rnarnase licenses 111 ine ths. | n "I 1 "" 1 ? . to lhat ' h «y wi » "-j office of the County Court Clerk, on canning anrt home freezing. In | llkcly to a ,, rinf , the ; vm , cr months "';=<.•" Curing io mat iney wui re- | office of the County Court Clerk, a business meeting, the Rest Campj lry fo get them In shape before you I gam th , elr orl B innl <*»P" »'«• ™n-! Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: to be held next month in Wnlcott. I «. car slln , mer peek-a-boo shoes anrt j sct J uentl >" B've you longer .service, j Monte Richard Trcdway of Bly- was discussed. sandals After a good soaping, rub! , A , c lronln i brartt makes forjtheville and Miss Mimiva Holbrook Mrs. Jim Lutes led games played feet with a thick towel to remove 1 cr lronirl S motions. See that the! of Clinton. —... . u ..._.. —, .,.....,., l ,,,,^ wt . .civ., \SIUL it IUH;K LUUI'I io remove-. . In a social hour and refreshments rough and flaky scales. If spots are i Doflr( ' l5 ;vfl " padded, and hafi •ere served by Mrs. Bob Scott anrt I especially rmiRh. rub cold cream Mrs. Thompson. into them before donning stockings. smooth-fitting , Alexander Stout of Prague. Okla., i and Mrs. Emma Boling of Manila. : ".~a..~.... v..,ii, ML i] ouu .MTuim men ann Mrs Mrs. Willarrt H. Pease of Chicago' Jack Webb took the brldco. REVIVAL First Assembly o/ God -» , | 0 . , (The Only Assembly 7th & Ash SSSSS ' REV. EMERSON JONES of DCS Arc, Missouri, will he the Evangelist. Services each evening (except Saturday) at 7:lo I'.M. This revival will continue through Sunday July 27. The Public Is Invited To Hear This Outstanding Speaker missal prayer was led by Miss Ber- nlce Overman. Open li.-.'jd p.m. Show Stnrl;- at Dusk. 2 Shows Every Nile SATURDAY ONM.Y Double Feature Serial: Oregon Trail Also Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY First Showing in lilytheville • iFwis iif • tii isiiijf. iiii mm Cartoon & Comedy He knows wltn has (he clennvsl, freshest wash in (own . . . who is satisfied \vilh halfway, iild-fa.shioncrf metliods. How do yon rale? Do y o u know our delivery man? \Vc think you should . . .-for lie r;in help yon (o a new way of living. I.el him lake washday drudgery out | of your house . . . let us show you the results of professional laundry service . . . and you'll look forward to his visifs every week! Blytheville Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE 'AS YOU WERE' Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times SATURDAY Doulilc Feature K'illi .foe Sawyer and William Tracy Serial: King ot Ihe Congo S: Cartoon SUNDAY* MONDAY iik .iew>, vain.on iV .Novelty Reel RITZ GUESTS iMr. & Mrs. Willard Hess & Family Mrs. C. F. niakemoro X- Familv Mr. & Mrs. C. I, Graham & Family Miss Nell Harris Serial: The Tigcrman Also Cartoon .MUV & MONDAY Double Keal ure -~~. GflftNCEU S«£Ll£Y WINTERS In ' Also Metro Newa

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