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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 31, 1949
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FADE TWO BLYTHKVIIJ.E <ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER SI, 1949 Jane Shclton, Society Kditor Phone 4461 Miss Van Winkle Weds George Roach Lamb Miss Peggy jean Van Winkle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Allen Al. Van Winkle of Blylhcville, became the bride of George Roach Lamb, son of Mrs. Rhaford L. Lamb and the late Mr. Lamb in a. ceremony performed yesterday at noon. The Rev. Roy I. Bagley read the double ring ceremony in the parsonage of the First Methotii.n church. AUending as maid of honor luul only attendant was Miss opnl McDermott who was dre.^ed in a frock of gray taffeta with bl.itk accessories. She pinned white carnations at her shoulder. The bririe chose for her wedding costume a two piece dubonnct velvet dress with accenting ppplmn waistline and pray ncce.vsories. Her bridal flower was A white orchirt. Larry Heurn spired as man. Mrs. Van Winkle, mother of the bride, selected a brown crepe frock with gray accessories. Mr.s. Lamb, mother of the groom, was dressed in Mack crepe with Black and gray acce-sorie.s. Both mothers wore shoulder arrangements of white carnations. Immediately following the ceremony the couple left for Memphis and Dallas. After Jan. 3, 'hey wilt be at home si 322 E, Kentucky hi BlyihevilJe. For traveling the bride chose a suit of hunter erec-n with brown accessories. She pinned her,; wedding orchid at her shoulder. j Mrs. Ijfuub was graduated with honors from Bh'ihevUle High School and, is now connected with General Motors Acceptance Corp. Mr. Lamb is also a graduate of Blytherille High School and is now serving 35 a chief electrician with the United States Merchant Marine. * • • College Set Honored At Holiday Tea-Dance A tea-dance at the Country Club yesterday from 4 to 7 p.m. continued the events honoring members of the college set who are home from schools all over the nation lor the holidays. Hosts and hostesses for the affair were P. D. Foster, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. P. D- Poster, Sr., Harry C. Farr and Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Parr, Charles Crigger III. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr., Hussell Phillips. Jr.. and Air. and Mr.s. Russell Phillips, Chester and Dan Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell; John Ed Regenold and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold, and Jack Homer and Mr. and Mrs. W. Ij. Homer. ., One hundred guests attended the affair which was given in the main ball room whlcji was decorated with assorted floating balloon's. Party foods were served during the afternoon from the side porch immediate joining the ball room. Centering the table was an eper- gene filled with copiously arranged spring flowers. Punch was served frorn an adjoining side lablc. Among the out of town guests who called were Monroe Prank, of Liittle Rock, ho-useguest, of John Eil Reynold and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold, Miss Betty Ncal Helm of CaruthersviHe, Miss Beity Dale of Front is. Miss., of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and family, Mrs. John S- Hudson of Warner-Robins, Ga. ( of her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson and family, John B. Lewis of West Point Military Academy, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs, CUarles Penn, and Miss Sally Scott of Birmingham, Mich., houseguest of Hen Lancashire and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. * • • Mrs. Humphreys Feles Club Members, Guests Members of the Thursday Contract Club and four guests \vcrn entertained Thursday when Mrs. Henry Humphreys was hostess io the group. The guests wpre Mis, M. A. Isaacs, Mrs. Mnrvin Rnbin- son. Mrs. Sam Norris nn<i Mrs. Margaret Ocssvel! of Jackson, Miss., houseguest, of Mr. p.uri Mr.s. P. D. Foster. Preceding [he afternoon ^iime 'he group was seated at the dinir.p table for & two-course luncheon. Centering the table was a cornucopia bow] from which brimmed greenery. In the i;ame Mrs. Rodney Banister won liich ard Mr.s. O \V. McCutcheon second hich. iii:roMi:.s mum:—Mrs. George Koaeh I.aiub was U'fciro her marriage yes tor da 5- .Miss iVusy Jean Van Winkle, daii[!lilcr of Mr, and Mis. A!len .M. Van Winkle of Hly- thcvi!!e. Mr. and Mr.s. Ijitnb will be at home iit HlyihcvilU- following their leturn from a southern wedding (rip. "Open Mouse" Held At E. B. Gee Home Open house last lu^lu ;tt the recently-completed E. H. Gee home on Highway 01 was held for approximately 100 mmnbroi of the high school set when L\ B. Gee, Jr., was, host to the group. Arranged throughout the spacious entertaining; rooms were abundant bouquets of carnations, gladioli and liohi-seUins. The evening w:is siicnt in dancing, watching television shows, and informal entertainment. Assorted party toods were served buffet style from the main dining table which was overlaid with H white hice cloth and centered with n miniature Clirl.slniEis scene. White tapers burning in branched candelabra Mankcri the centerpiece. Out of town guests who attended were Miss Jane Adams, Miss Ann White of Osccola. Charles I/nvrancc of Driver. Miss Hetty Bryan of Seattle, Washington, Miss Mary Tiay- lor oi Wilson, Bill Hamilton of Memphis, Monroe c. Frank of Litlle Rocfc, Lane A. Goodwin of Jackson, Miss., Miss Sally Scott of Birmingham, Mich.. Miss Betty Dale, of Prenttss, Miss., and H, B. Helms, Gainesville, Fla. Mr, and Mrs. R. p. Kirshncr and Mr. nnd Mr.s. Harry W. llaliies assisted Mr. ami Mrs. Oce In cliap- eroniiijf during the evening. Mrs. Smith Is Guest With C. B. C. Club Mrs. J. D. Smith was Ruest with members of Ihc C.B.C. Club when Mrs. Paul Byituu was hostess to the. group yesterday. Greenery and nntulinu berries were arranged in the rooms in which the ai'ternonn game was played. Mr.s. A. A. Hardy won hiuti. Mrs O. O. ElkiiiK sernnd high and Mr.s Alvin Hardy rooko. During the afternoon Mrs, Byrtim served refreshments. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Eu»cnc ['richard and daughters of Frirndsliip. Tcnn were tlie guests Monday of rela riie Hrv. and Mrs. R. H. Cohiirn and son of Torrnncc, Calif,, are the holiday ciiesl.s of Mrs. Coburns parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Lloyd, and other relatives. Mr. and Mr.s. Julin.s Lloyd wore the weekend i-'itesls of relatives in Chattanooga. Tenn. Mr. anil Mrs. James Russell of St. Louis were the holiday (;::e.sls of refaines here. Mr. and Mr.s. J. H Whittaker and family (if Wilson were the weekend Kue.sts'of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Wlvit laker. Mr. ,nd Mrs P. B. Jarrrti '.VCK the Thnr.sday J;IK\S(S of Afr. anr Holiday Parties Are Being Given To Welcome 1950 Witliln a few hours, I94D will online K memory and the nation will look forward in the events of laso v,Uh hopes and fears and couinfle. Blytheviile residents made ready today to .-fe i he old year out ana usher in the new with parties (inu get-togethers. Getting the holiday weekend off Io a brisk start in Ulythevillc was the open house last night at, the recently completed E. B. Gee home ci\ North Highway 61 when E. 11 Oce, Jr., was host, to approximately 100 guests. Continuing the stream of New Year events was the coffee giyen this afternoon al the J. Louis Cller- ry home nn Main sireol when Mrs Cherry and Mrs. Cecil Shane wero hostesses at the Cherry home from 3 to 5 pin. The tempo of patties tnerenscs as the neu year approaches on the fleet wings of time. Among the events planned for toni R m Is a dance at Hotel Noble when officers of Out) >n, a .supper eluh, compliment members and gut-Ms with an affair beginning at n p.m. Continuing tlip whirl will be the Sauce .parly nt the Woman's Club when Mr. and Mrs, Names Crook and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D. ifnin- nwjck. Jr., will be hosts and host- fsses to approximately 70 guests. On Jan. 1, when the new vcar Is a definite reality and the old a slightly fading memory, friends will call at the D. B. Goodman liome in Steele. Mo., during thc/af- lernoon for food, fun and friendship. And as the many small, informal parties are held over town and as each resident celebrates the. new year tn his oivn way. whether large small, the sentiment is the same -"Happy New Year." Cominq Events Social Calendar Saturday Club 28 lias New Year's Kv njinro at Hotel Noble at 0 pm Of liters will be hosts anrt hostesses. Monday First Baptist WMU meeting at 2:30 p.m. Missionary Study Council of First. Christian Chinch me els with Mrs. Ru.'.sell Hays .it 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Hartley Hays co-hoste. ; .s. Luke Street WSCS meets at 2:30. Tiiesday Mis. Nea! Gescll "entertains La Petite La Nueve mroLs with Mrs. Melvin Halsell. Wctlncsdav Mrs C. A. Cunningham hoMes.s to Wednesday Club Garden Club mcet.s at. 2'30 Woman's Club. Thursday Mrs. Harold Wright hostess Avalon Bunco Chlb Tlmrsday Club niecf.s at Country Club. Mrs. If. R..Akin to Thursday .N'ieht Glub.~ Biythcville Rook meeU with Mrs Russell Wert. Mr.s. Neville Bhikcinorc ho.ste.~-s to Thursday Hook club. Nil Phi Mu sorority meets with .Miss .lane Slicltoli at 7:30 p.m. Mis. M. O. Ustey hostess to Mid- Week Club Friday C. B. C. Club meets with Mrs. AlvLn Hardy. SMARTLY TAILORED Bits of News Mostly iind i bur^ and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Oxford allel son, linnnic, Mr. ami Mrs. OILS Bciisley and snu. Kciili. have rc- lurncd from Tene Haute, Ind.. wheve they v.eve Via* i-ue.A.s of Mr. and Mis. Jarne.s Oxford and fatuity and Mr. and Mr:;. Cecil Hayes and family. Mr. and Mr.s. S family. I'at. IM visitins in -St. l>i relatives. Mr. and Mr.s. children, MU key a:,d IM',.sy, ot Soap Lake. Wash., arrived ic,t ni;-ht to visit a.s o.' Mis. I>a:Iey's parents. Mr. iiliii Mr.-, il. K. LuShol. Mr. ami Mi.^. Klljei't Crowe and family of Memphis ie"irm-d to their home Thin:day nfi Kluy quests ol Mr. Mrs. Eva Crowe. 11 Crowe, Jr. While visited Mr. C'rn'.ve 1 . 1 Miller and hinid>. Mr.s. Marnarr; C:e:-.-,\yel] of Jackson, Mi.-.s., i.s vi.-iumi here a.s gne~t of Mr. ami Mis. P. IX Foster and family. Mr.s. Adolph lic'inick'' will Monday in Mrmiih'.-, .s d i»roi::er, f. A. li' L rc they also r,i--UT. Mns Dan spruU iit* v.'ill By Sue BurncU Just the thing td bolster your winter wardrobe i.s this well tailored daytime dress. Diagonal lines finished In bright buttons lend interest sleeves arc short or thiee quarter cuffed length. Pattern No, 8510 is a sew-rile perforated pattern in 9, 11, 12, 13, M, 16. 18 and 20. Size 11, short cap sleeve. 4't yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cent.';. In COINS, your name, address, .size Mr. and Mrs. Jc.lm Ki'litmioff of San Ant'>n:o. Tire. \\:'rc the overnight pue.sts Tmjr.Hiiiv of Mrs. Kchurhofrs si.-'ii, Mrs. Cornelius Mociin^er, Jr., Mi. Mnd:n«er and family. Mrs. Loy Kich :IIK] daughter. Miss Gail Kich. le:t Friday tor Kansas City, Mo., after .spending tjsree dny.s here as yt|['>:ts of Mr. and Mrc. Rosco Cratlon and family. Mr. and Mr.s. Moyd Alexander and -sons, Sammie and Ronnie, of Talullah, La., wove the holiday "viesU of Mr. Alexander's parenl-s. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Alexander. Also holiday guests are Mrs. T. Q. Haney. Jr.. and IT. GOES N HERE . . . AND \T COMES OUT THERE-Kcw Yorkers may be irctiing about the water shortage, but U doesn't worry the ingenious Brooklyniics who live in the Kiondloville ^•lion. Iney take ram water directly from their roofs. Pictiuo :«t left shows ;l:e gimmick-a rain Pl j>e leariirig duwn from (he roof Io a big slorogc drum. From the drum a ho ;c goes into ihe house EUIU connects up with the kilclicn faucet. At righi, Mrs. Wilhclmma Peppers is seen drawing a (jaJlon of ram water—and laughing at Now York's water shortage. Name Suggestions for Twins Born Christmas Day Arrive in Volume The jiuiilhox was raUior full at> I hi- h'inic' ut Mi 1 .-;. Jack Fei'gusot) totl.iv ii.s incn'c; people tried Ou'ir hoiiii ill chooMini; IKUUC.S for the LV,hi ^iirls tyii'ii io Mrs, F'ci'gii.son's (Uuu liter, Mr«i. Tain Gray, on Christmas Duy, ! The Gray.s -Aould like .something of Christmas the Schoof Board Member Wonts Investigation Of School Fraternities uesired autl tlie PATL'EKN NUMBER to Sue Hiirnctt. Courier Ntws. 530 Soutli We Ik Street.. Chicago 7. Don't miss the ne\v FASHION. The Fall and Winter Issue will de- I. 01 "} 11 light you with its up-to-tbc-minute c ' iall ° easy to make frocks for all the family. Free Rift pattern pi Inside the book. 25 cents. son Biy.son of VncaviHe, Calif. They will remain here for some time before joiiu'u; L/. Raiiey on GtUiHi. M r. a nd M r.s.. J. F rank Tom H n .son anrl chihliTii, Johnnv and Betty Lou, anrt Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Totnlinson of Hrnistrm. Tex., Lcr». Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Crafl'iri of Couway, Mr.s. \ IP"! I B: *ster Cro-s of Sacrenienlo. Calif.. Mr. Hiitl Mrs. Leslie Crniion and dn tighter. Mrs. Jimmy Kriwnrds. Mr. Kclwatds. nf Conwa.v, left Wednesday for Ccjinvay and Houston after neinf: ihr ivjlirtav nriiests of Mr. .and Mrs. T. W. .lellncs. Mr, and Mr.s. Adnljih Meinlcke. Mr. and Mrs. Rnsto Crafton. Mr. and Mrs. Jim C'rnfTon and Mr. and Mrs. HOT SPRINGS. A'-h.. Dec. 31. _. _ _ <AP.i— An invttjtisulion oi a'] ac> trey finally a.s.sign ilie t\vins j tivitip.s of Greek letter .socieue.j in ! but ndmit that others hiivo ; the Hot Springs Hi^h School will \ BlytheYiUe Handicraft C/ub to Meet Monday A study of 1 fi m p .s h n d e s matching nm coiiMmction will -.., made at the meeting of the Bly- j Rupert Crafton. While tn Blythe- ^omc borii in Mrs. 'Y-rmi:-,nn's homo at 01 fJ Clark Sireet loiiiuj 7 o'clock Christma.s night. They thought Courier News reiid- LC--I : ers m: v - r ht ha\-e .some ideas oil nam- iiiEi the twins and many have. Otic y.ornaii sent, in a containing a- bnut ^0 Jinme.s and suggested the Grays tnke their choice. Many folk.s wrote them, suggested a name and then \vent; ( >'i to wish i Mrs. Gray and her children hap; mtic.^s and healtli, I No. the Grays haven't picked fl I mune yet nnd are .still ojion to ' suutiestinns. They ncimil however, iliai .several names subinitted sound be rts'r'.ed \>y George Haerins, y:ce- pre.sident o! Hie scliool hoard. Haei'tny sairi that I r a t e r u a 1 groups are intcrielinj; with school spirit and that he would ask the board -to invr.slig.ite activities of all Greek letter societies to de:ermine how much inilunnce they exert on discipline in the senior high school." He reiterated his rrquest that fraternity members be barred from participation in athletic events and added thai Hie board sli ;uid .snut off u.,e of all school facilities for extra-cm i icuhir activities by fraternity members. In a recent .school l>oaid meet- at to the HIUML- 411. me iiiri'Liii^ i ft l, I if J>IV- ! rtU]l(J111 *^J ,11 [1)11. »Y JlLJc Ul r>J\ Hit - • — " " -•-••""• "--•..• ••• tii>.^ t- theville HaiKlicralt Club to nioi'l ! vlllc Uie aroup was complimented ; "°' 1(1 lo lllei " iuld thal »>?y're \ ing. V.acrhi!; blamed the poor record nt 7:30 Monday nii-ht,. ' nt n number of emits Riven by Mr. I besl>m»"S to feel they should make of tlie 1049 Hot Springs Hit'h School The meeting will be conducted at ! ""<! Mrs. liosro Crafton. Mr. and | a '''mice soon. j football team on rivalry between tlie county agents office In the i Mrs. Jim Cnifton. Mr. ami Mrs. | SimRPstions can be mailed to 916 fraternity and non-fraternity mem- court house. j Rimert Crr.fton. Mr. and Mvs. Clark Street. hers on the smind. M« (-. n rt^,,ri n a i<«i „ ...,._ Jeffci'ics. Mr. and Mrs. Hcintcfc and Mr.s. Gertrutle H. Holimnn. wlio j dircct.s the .study, will also denmn-, .stralc copper jewelry boxes and the making of .silk lamp shades. Mrs. R. I,. Hawkins at Halt Moon. They were accompanied home t>y Mr. Jarrett's sister. Mrs. n. N Church. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Williams ami snn. Hilly. Mr. and Mr.s. Carl C.ih- i m; «-son and snn. Jniuos. liavc rctnrnrd j office of Mi linmr after visiting In Trenton and county clerk: Himibull. Tcnn.. durins: the holidays. Mrs l-esin Hill lias ret'-rncd (o her home at. Sifceston. Mo., nfter vivtin" her (iaiisliter, Mrs. liiltnn .Slcphenson. and Mr. Htephenson. Al The Hospitals niyllievillr llnsrtilal Mrs. Marvin Lane. City Mr.s. J. D. Holt. City U. \ r . Lralcr. Holland Guy Scott. Cooler Barbara BaltiridKe, City Glenda Mae WhLsenhunt, City Mrs Mary Smith, City Mrs. Mamie BUITCS.S, City Mrs. Wooelrow Wren, City Walls Hospitals Mrs. L, B Hughes and baby. City Mrs. Je« Horton and baby, Steele Bobby Siltlon !U. 2 J. I, German, Stccle Mrs. Jame.s R. Crookin and baby. Lu.xora Jean liiddick. Wardcll Mr.s. Willie Williams and b.iby. Steclc Jefferies, Mr. and Mrs. Heinick and Mr. nnd Mis. H. If. Houchins. Als-o nltemlinrr tho family reunion ;verc Mr and Mrs. Jerry Kd\vart!s and snn. Dirkir. of WhistleviUe. j Mr. and ATrs. E. W. Webster nnd I Walter n. \Vebster have j tn Durham. N.C., after he i !i'<tir;ay criir.sts of relf.tives in I t; Mr. sier nun ana imn^hter. t'oliy Anna, retrrned clay for Norfolk, Va., after I] ^ins the j holiday e.nest,s of Mr. and t<> lhc\" UTre the ovet" ltr [ht enc 1 . 1 ;' nf Mr.'and Mr.s. Hurry White of Meul- |>ii •.. Condition of Mrs. W. T nnvis \vhn 1 ";v, b^eti ci'tiftillv ill in Hlvtiie- vilfp H'-snilnl for several days is m'-i'h iltipro'.'od Mi=. •) L Louis alifl (Innuliier. M r --. Nhuv Lynn l.n"is. of l.nko Vit- l:i[:n dud son J"hn B. Lewis, \vho is a 'Miid nt Point, arc the <ii:r-!H of .Mr. and Mis. Charles IVtill. Mi-.- P.illv Scott of nirinincliain. Mich. K \-i.silinsr Iiere as izne.-t of fl-n I.nnrashire ami 1'i.s O:>IJ I ILI.S Mr. n:id Mr.s. K. K. Lancashire and | Mi.nrnc C. Frank of Littl- Ftnrk v : si!ine: lu-re a.s euest of John Kd. Hecenold and his parents, and Mrs. E. M. Regenold. Mr. and Mr.s. Gerald Kdwards and daughter. Polly Anna, left to- Va., after being th d Mrs. L HiSIKii 1 -: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunnimiham f will siiend the weekend in Trenton. Tonn.. as guests of Mr. and Mr.s. John Crenshau- and family. j Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl i.o\vry and rhildrrn. Bob Kd and Mary Grace, hme returned to their home i Nate! day R:Sf;ins. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jefforics are Senate Candidate Files Pledge for Party Primary LITTLE ROCK. Dec. 31- <Al>l — Secretary ot State C. G. Hull yesterday received the '" corrupt liractices pledge for the IfHO Arkansas democratic prinK'.iv f!i'cti;;ns. Bob Riley. Little r(ock. U..ivcrsity of .studeiit ai,d n /,v a representative from pula.--kl Comity, filed as caiuiidate for the stiite 'cn- ate from County. He is .st^ekin^ the place held bv (he vet- reuniKja 10 ineir nomc in ^ v " 1 i j ""' '"• lirz. Miss., after beintt the holi- j cril " Kcl Dillon, who ; crests of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. i hi.s retiicmenl. , Rrck and McCrory, Ark. Biiford Youtig 5s spciidiim spvrral H:tv5 in Searcy as sncst of Tnniniy KilloiiRh. Mr. Yoimc and Mr. Kil- loirgh flvfi roommates nt rfoiith^cst- em. Meinpliis. Mr. Yonnc wont especially in intend a CnrnTiy Club Rilcy. former pace In the Hu'.ise. i.s a Marine veteran and was '.vound- in Little j ed in Pacific action. He is now do; ing graduate work at tiie u:iiver.sity on a masters degree m political .science. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained Tiajie licenses yesterday at the iss Eli/abelh Biylhe. William Owen Hardrsty of IliifT- luan, and Miss Doris Nell Johns uf Holland. Mo. George Roach Lamb and Miss PcKRy Jean Van Winkle, both of Blvtheville. Main ;tl (il Huviiy O H. F. SHARP Evangelist SERMONS: 10:50 Sunday Morning: "Giving by Divine Order" 7:30 SundoyNight: "Life of Simon Peter' WHERE CHRIST and CHRISTIANS KLCN Radio Prooi am Daily 12:15-12:30 Sunday 2:30-3:00 It's jusl like mai;ir! Williout liflin}; n fin.ircr . . . your day rosull.s arc boiler than ever! Sparkling clean! Almost like new! Thai's lunv your laundry looks when we return il Io you! And al a minimum tit cost. \Ve call and deliver at your convenience! BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phone 4418 Paramount News and Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15-11:00 DESIGNED FOR YOUR HOME The simple dipnfiy of (his un- usu.illy line Corner China Cssc with iis clc-An cut tines will appeal to hniTiC owners dE »lis- cri mingling r.istc, Appc.i!inp, roo, ii i)ic Auract^c pritc which brings qiuttiiy within Uic rc.uh of the modes t new home or rc- mtxJelmB budget — an outstanding Moic-for-ihe-Moncy Value. BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. Vf. H. "Hill" Pease J. Wilson Henry Highway 61 South Courteous il Drivers Ask for either white, or colored driver. Nine your scrvic* 2100 CAB CO. essssass Continuous Shows I!ox Office Oiicns 1 :.!5 Show Slarls 2:00 1I):MJ a.m. li';l.-i p.m.' 4:30 p.m. LISTEN TO KLCN S:tl ii relay Last of the Wild Horses with .Tames ICtlison and .Mary livlh llit"hc.l SX.vrts );(!(> i!nx OITicc Opens 6:15 ltar.i;aiii Nis'it Kverv Xfshl Kvcepl Saturday .Nn [lasses honored on Sumlaj Die KO.NY SilllirciilV Oklohoma Badlands [,;inc lirnllicrs" Short .Slum ing Sat. Sunday — DOUKLK .Mniul;iv

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