The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 18, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHTiVn.I.B fARK.5 COURIER NEW* Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 44G1 KilcHen Shower Begins Events for Miss Johnson Beginning the series of events planned in honor of Miss Lonnic Moore Johnsoiij prior Lo her September marrlnfie to Arthur S. Harrison, was the kitchen shower given } night at the Rustic Inn. Mrs. William O. Boone was hostess to 18 guests for the red atid white affair. Small tables were arranged around the room (or the guests. Each table was topped will) a burl vase filled with red and white rosebuds arranged In lacy fern. Mixed slimmer (lowers tn thn chosen hues were placed about the room. Bridal games made up the evening's entertainment after which each guest hemmed a tea towel to be presented lo Miss Johnson for her future home. The red and white towels, in further emphasis of Hie color scheme, were completed with the initials of each guest. A white Jersey trousseau mode] finished in a red trim and worn | with matching accessories, was 1 nil . llllvl 1>I1IU 0 n chosen by Miss Johnson for the. ROUlh cnrdwell today pre-nuptiM event. She was presented red and white rosebuds tied in swirls of red ribbons from her host ess. I seji^th After gifts for the kitchen had | *r-], t . Mrs. Doyle Home Roberta Lancaster Weds Doyle Home, Saturday All. and Mrs. S. K. Lancaster al the marriage of llleir daughter. Miss Roberta Lancaster, to Doyle Home. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Home of been given the bride elect from The performed ^turZ h?S w^lh ern!)I>. fl.1<;nrt/'H nartv fnnHc ™i, rf , . . ... . _ .• - . 'ntj^" «ILM group, assorted party foods served. groom. son also was In keeping with the kitchen theme, Mrs. McHaney Hosiess To Kibitzers, Guests Mrs. Robert Mc-Haney was hostess to the Kibitzer Club and four guests yesterday afternoon at the E. B. Woodson home for the weekly dessert bridge. Guests were Mrs. Dan McLean, nl Warner Bobbins Field. Ga.. house• guwt ol Dr. and Mrs. D. C. McLean, Mrs. Johnny White, Mrs Marvin Nunn, Jr.. and Miss Betty Black. Miss Spencer, Clifford Rotron Exchange Vows Miss Lena Belle Spencer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. n. B. Spencer of Monettc, became the bride of Clifford B. Itotton of Blythcvillc in .1 ceremony performed Saturday afternoon In the First Methodist Chureh of Monette. The pastor, the Rev. Oaither Mc- Kelvcy, officiated'at the double rln? ceremony before a large gathering of friends and relatives. Centering tlie altar ol Die church was an arch, entwined with Ivy and white roses. Placed before the ivy- covered chancel rail, were large uicKr baskets rilled with white Bladioll and maidenhair fern. Jar- iliiiiPM of white roses and fern studded the background. Nuptial music was provided by Miss Mary Ann Flanntgan <:>f l-eachville. organist. She was dressed ill a blue sheer frock nnd was ore.^ei.led n!"k carnntlons H«r sc. ... .. lections Included "The Bridal announced Chorus" from Lohengrin and the recessional, "Mendelssohn's Wedding Mii-eii." Miss Mildred Jones of Swifton who was dif.ssed In „ bouffant ballerina Icii'-tli gown of misty pink net. attended as maid of honor and only feminine attendant. She carrier | rled a colonial nosegay of pink car.~™ nations ami tuberoses arranged in swirls ol pink ribbons. Pink opera piuniis. cloves and a himdc.iii 0 ; 1C oride selected a navy blue white maline topped with dainty ilnplc ring ceremony wa.s Judge T A French | Miss Jeanne Home atte which ivbitc accessories. Parker Sines of St. Louis served as best man. Mrs. Lancaster, mother of the bride, chose a navy frock with white accessories, Mother of the groom. Mis. Home, wore a dress of green sheer vritli black accessories. A reception was held al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster immediately following tlic ceremony lor members of the wedding party and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Home will be at. home In south Cardwell. " tiii'iii, ui., uuu iv]i:>s Diilty I31&CK. LJVJIJ1 ^ "' i*'uiu ».*iu uwtul. Yellow roses and gladioli were! A t ">e time of her marriage the irranged In the roam In which Hit small tables were set \ip for the afternoon of playing bridge. A low bowl filled with miniature zinnias topped each table. High score In the bridge game was won by Mrs. Ntinn. with ML« Black winning second his-h and Mrj White, brirtgo. ONE-YARD SKIRT bride was a member of the senior class at Cardwell high school. Mr. Home attended Senath high school and Ls a veteran of eleven months service with the Navy. He is a member of the Naval Reserve. ally with the songs. Wild West Party Given For Delia Gamma Rushecs A (lay in the wild West was planned for the six rushces ol Delta Gamma. International social sorority, yesterday, who were Invited to attend a rush parly at the home of Miss Sara Langston in Luxora, Rushecs Invited for the informal party were Misses Gay Garrigan, Arden Ferguson, Annette Whistle, all of Blytbevllle. Peggy Flccman, of Manila. Wade McHcnry and Nancy Driver, of Luxora. Blue jeans and snort clothes mane up the attire for the nlumnnc and guests. Old bottles filled with half burned candles and loops of rope were sot around the entertaining rooms to provide the atmosphere for the event. ^Thc afternoon was spent informing ol sorority Party roods were served the guests from the refreshment table which was overlaid with a perky red while and green checked cloth, adorned on a side with large Greek Delta Gamma letters spelled out in lasso rope. Topping the table was a cowboy hat filled with mixed flowers. Other decorations of the home emphasized the Delta Gamma colors, bronze, pink and blue. Vuniic Russell To Claim Bride in Clmrcli Ceremony Miss Ruljy Fay Crawford of Vann- clalc has completed plans lor her marriage to Vurnie Russell of Armorel. Miss Crawford is Hie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crawford of iVanndalc. Mr. Russell is the son 'of Mrs. J. L. Bassctt of Armorcl and Everett Russell of Blythcvillc. The ceremony will be performed Aug. 1>0 at the Baptist church in Vanndale ,. o,,.i., -Nuptial music will be provided by 1 j , ? 8 ' - 30 anci 32 - Si7e - >5 Vliss Riul1 (;r «wford, and sister of By Sue Burnett Just about the easiest Kind ol sewing you'll lind-and with a minimum of fabric! 'mis handsome versatile skirl requires but. one yard of o 5|-,nch fabric, goes t^ther in Pattern No. 3G08 perforated pattern is a seiv-rfl waist sizes one sard o, 54-mcli. [the brirte elect. Mrs. Herbert Jer.l- i ™, s I"" 1 *™, send 2S cents.'berg, violinist and M r5 . Ralph . COINS, your name, address size \ "oone. soloist. Miss Evelyn Crawford, sister ol the bride elect will be mold of . . J 1,,'c, rtmircss size desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnct'. courier Ne' 530 South Wells street. Chicago blossoms, completed her Escorted to the altar by her father, who gave licr In marriage was the bride, who chose a Marie original fashioned of lustrous magnolia white slipper satin. The fitted bodice was closed along the center front line with miniature srctin covered buttons extending from the mandarin collar to the elongated waist line. Designs ol venise lace in i bridal rose motif, trimmed the front and back of the pointed bodice. Fitted sleeves ended In petal points over the wrist line. The full Bits of News Mr. and Mrs, Thompson Withers of Lake Cormorant. Miss., have returned (o their home after being the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max o, Usrcy and Mrs. M. O. Usrey, Mrs. Minnie Rlchaids of Dallas Tex.. Is the cuest of her brother, H' F, Ilearn and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Kerguson are In Richmond, Va.. as isuesls of their daughter. Mrs. Robert Smart Dr Smart and family. They will return to Dlylhcvillc in mid-September. Mr. and Mrs. Berncll Potter and Bmida Carol of Lllluura. Mo., have returned home aller .spending two weeks here as guests of Mr Puller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W n Potter and brothers. Leon Bauli and Curtis Potter ami .sisters. Mrs Bob Brown and families. They also were guests of Mrs. Potter's brother W. W. Sills and family and the M' A. Sills family. Visiting in the home of Mr and Mrs. Dewltt McDade this week were McDade'.s parents, Mr and i,...-..i.,, nil. Him Mrs. w. C. Hlth of State Springs Miss., her sister. Mis.s Christine Ilith of Nashville. Tenn., and her broth tr, EdsL-1 Ilith and family ol Wav- cross. G.i. ' Mr. and Mrs. A ! Chronister ol Joneslxn-o announce Hie birth of a son Mis. 12 nt SI. Bernard's Hospital. He has been named limy Alfred and i.s their first child, Mrs Clii'unlster is the former Mis.s Beu- Jah Ann Martin of Blrtlievillc. Mis.s Mary Outlaw of Blytheville Miss Gail Overtoil of Rosejand and Mis.s Julia Rccd of Blackwater were among the :IO students Crom Arkansas State College. Jonesboro. who . recently returned from a 24 day tour of the east ami Canada. Points ol interest visited by the students were Richmond, Va.. Washington D. C.. New York City. Boston'. Mass.. Albany, Niagara Falls. Chicago, Detroit, and St. Louis. The trip, which was taken in connection with a geography and history course at the college, was conducted under guided tours lor each point of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Newman and family left today for their home In Memphis after spending several clavs here an guests of Mr. Newman's sis- • - "f ••*'*-. iuc iuu i ••<-"- *"i i5<"t,ii.o ui ivir. r»cwini\ii s ms- skirl gathered to the snug hortlee, lor. Mrs. Alvln Ilardv and Mr H-r- ended n voluminous folds extend- <U'. Mr. and Mrs. Newman Joined ins Int., a sweeping train. Her Mr. and Mrs. Hardv at Nnrrm^ MllsK- inl!1r.*-tl>»l 411..-I-.. ... ..... .. . li " iv '.' "t- INOrlOlK misty imported Illusion veil, 'which was double tiered nnd fingertip length, fell from a Mary Queen of Scots tiara of Chantllly lace. The bridal bouquet was fashioned of white carnations in a shower ^el- fect, arranged around a single pur- rein lives. pie throated orchid. Entwined in the cascading ribbons of the design were dainty tuberoses. L. H. Autry, Jr.,-of Burdette was best man. Groomsmen were Gene Hazel of Monette and Jimmy stine- ley of Helena. Mrs. Silencer,, mother of the bride chose a dress of navy sheer which featured a design ot smocking and tucking along the sleeve and waist line. She wore harmonizing accessories and a pink carnation' corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer entertained immediately following with n reception lor the weddlnr; guests at their home.,._While gladioli, roses and rtahllfts=vvere placed throughout the home -for the occasion. After Mr. and Mrs. notion had cut the traditional first piece of cake, punch and party foods were served. Later In the evening Mr. and MM. Rotlon left on a wedding trip through the Smoky Mountains For traveling (he bride selected n tailored dress of navy blue gabardine with which she wore a white hat with shoulder length veiling and other white accessories Among the out of 'town guests wcie Mr. and Mrs. J. E Harrison. Mr. anct Mrs. Tom Miller and the Rev. „„<! Mrs. George McGhehey. all of Blythevillc. Upon their return Mr and Mrs Rotton will be at home in Blylhe- vilte. i Mrs. Miller Is Gucsl Wilh Thursday Rook Club R Airs. A. K. Miller yesterday ,ntl, the Thursday Rook ' Club at (he home nl M rs T O Hucy for the weekly ineeling High score winner In the game was Mrs fluey, with Mrs. George Salba Jr winning sreond ,„ h and Mrs. Grovcr Wren, rooko A snlad -.-oursc win, i rc ,i [i r j,,i.. s was served by -- - s - rol Luke earlier this week and returned home with them for a visit. Mr and Mrs. Hardy had been spending the weekend on the lake. Progressive Club To Hold Election Two new trustees are to be eleetet by the Osccola Progressive Club Inc., when the club meets at 1:31 p.m. Thursday in the clubroom. The neiv trustees will the lie','. L. T. Lawrence and Mrs W. li, Burkett, whose terms are expiring. Trustees are elected t o serv three-year terms. At Tlif Hospitals ' Hlytlievillc HosplUl Dismissed: Jimmy Jones, city, Sydney Anderson, Cooter. Brady Anderson. Cooler, Arlune Culler, Stcele. Walls llosiiilal Dismissed: Mrs. L. O. Ixine, city. Mrs. I.cla Low. clly. Wayne Allen, llornersvilie. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry ami brother, Jerry. He had been attending the summer session. Miss Florence Moore and Mrs. L C. Posey, Jr., were in Memphis las 1 night where they attended the .viOAT production. "The Vui;abonc King." Nathan Wade arrived yesterua\ from OI? Mis.s 10 be the guest oi :iis parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L Wade, lor the remainder of the .uintner, Mr. and Mrs. W. c. Higginson will rv'avD tomorrow for a two weeks vacation in Texas. While there thej will be the guests of Mrs. Higgin- oon's mother, Mrs. N. O. Slallings at Bonham and Mr. Hig«insou's mother, Afre. John L. Higginson at Denison. They will be accompanied to Texas by Mrs. Neal Gesell *-lio will visit in Abilene as guest of Mr. Gesell. Mrs. Herbert Childs and daughter, Karen Sue, are spending ten clay.s in Camden. Tenn., with rela- ives. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Coleman and daughter, Joy, are spending the weekend al their cabin at Norfork Mis. Eel Cooper of Camden. Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kee and family ol Jonesboro will be the weekend guests ol Mr. and Mrs Riley Adams. Sara Lou and Jimmy Snow are visiting in Leachville as guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson. Mrs. Fredrick Hartwig and son, Freddie of Kansas City, Mo., have arrived (or an extended visit as Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore of Mo- guests of Mis. Hartwig's parents, Mr. bile, Ala., are the weekend guests of | and Mrs. L. I. Rice and family. They ., s o Mr. Moore's parents. Mr. and Mrs R. C. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Blakemore are now at home at 32!) E Dou»an They formerly made their home at 700 Ash Street, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Newsom lelt this morning for their home In Perry. Okla.. after visiting .. as gucsl-s of Airs. Ncwsom's mother . Mrs. Vc.sta Roivcn. Mr. and Mrs. Grady . . . will be joined Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Bailey of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey are coming especially to visit with Airs. Bailey's sister, Mrs. Hartwig. Miss Patricia Brewer of Huron, O.. is the houscguest of her sister, Mrs. Coleman Stevens and family. Aliss Brewer has been playing, in summer stock at the Huron Playhouse. Dr. nnd Mrs. Howell Brewer , mi ,or SJneveporl, La., will spend the i>n. iuiu ivir.s. uraay afceiton aml ( revejx>r, a., w spend the daughter will return to their home I weekend with their daughter. Mrs. In San Diego. Calif.. Sunday after' Stevens and family. Miss Brewer vlsltlng.Jiere as guests of Mr. anil will accompany her parents home. Mrs. Lendennic Fowler and other Mr. ami Airs. J. P. 'Friend are Mrs, Leta Woolen, Mary Scherer and Shirley Paukey returned Wednesday afternoon to their home In Flint. Mich., after visiting;, here as guest.s of their sister and aunt Mrs. Vesta Rmvcn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McH.iney and Miss Frances McHancy left today for St. Paul. Minn., where they will vacation for ten days. Alan Berry arrived home yester- dny from Ole Miss, Oxford. Miss., to —•- -•-"—*> v^.um,, X\J Mrtuglln;r, LjInUil, spend the remainder of the summer I [lay in Memphis. spending today in Memphis. Mrs. E. F. Still and daughter, Diana and Mrs. C. 5. Stevens are in Seiiatobia, Miss., today to be with Mr. Still, who has been there this week with his father, who is critically 111. Miss Maxlne Hipp has returned from IJyersburg. Tenn., where she spent several days as guest of Irma Sue Hipp. Mr. and Mrs. Wagner Adams'and daughter, Linda, are spending lo- PRESCRIPTION Skill and knowledge are ai important as the ingredients we use to compound your prescription correctly. When you want accuracy, you ran count on us. R ROTHROCKS DRUG STORE R 205 W. Mam Rhone 4451 Send ;, cents today for the new fall and Winter FASHION. This mest issue is tilled with news -md styles for a smart winter wardrobe• interesting features: free gift pnl : tern ptintcd inside the book honor. Perry Lee Adkissun of attend as best man. Ushers will lie Bob Casjidy ol Dlvthcvlllc ami jai.u-s Boivlcj, of Memphis. Following tlic ceremony M r aU (l Mrs Bonne «-j|| entertaii! with a reception at their home Announcement 1 be out of the city un tH August Or. Hunter C. Sims Everyone Invited J* EETING CHURCH of CHRIST Moin at Highway 61 August 18 Throuqh 27 Everyone Invited S p.m. Mchlly Tommy ShpUnn Sons Director l-KONAUn JACKSON frniiklhl. Tenn. FT. F. SHAR1' Local KvanRelist , HADACOL Helps Louisiana Child Suffered Deficiency of Vitamins Bl, B2, Niadn And Iron Two-year-old Mark Wendell Shuff, Route 1, Box 42, vllle 'latte, Louisiana, Is on the go from morning till night. His mother .hlnks it would take a full division ust to keep up with him. He is mighty fond of the family cow, "Jersey," because "Jersey" gives such fine, rich milk. Mark's mother hanks her lucky stars that Mark's Ittle system tt able to take the rich nillc—It wasn't too long ago that it ouldn't—but now, thanks to HAD- ACOL, which gave his sybi..n those areclcus Vitamins Bl, B2, Iron, and Slacln which It needed, Mark is now able to eat those foods that every growing boy needs. Here Is Mrs. Shuff's statement on how HADACOL helped her son: Mark Wendell had not been feeing good for some time. A lot of he time he could hold nothing on his stomach. He was very weak 4nd was very pale. Then I started giv- ng him HADACOL. He started Improving in Just z short time. He has rained weight and I know he has more energy th«n a dozen wild In- itans. It Is a full time job Just watching him now that HADACOL las made him feel better. You can . understand why our family Is old on HADACOL." Yes, there are thousands and housands of folks all over the country who are getting blessed cUet from wondcrlvil HADACOL vhen they needed Vitamins Bl, 82, ron. and Niacln. Olie HAIJACOI, » Chance o help you if you are suilcrlng rom stomach distress, nervousness, nsomnta, constipation, aches and alns o( neuritis, or a general run- lawn condition, caused by such deficiencies. Remember, It will cost oil nothing 11 HADACOL doesn't help you. Buy either the trial size or $1.25 or the large family or hos- ital size for *3.SO and if you are ot completely satisfied—return the wttlc and 3'our money will be re- undccl. Be th with an alternoon bridge party at her home Monday evening, In honor of her house guest. Miss Ai'lie Bell Creagar, of Kansas City, Mo. Two tables of players attended. High score for the evening „„„ awarded lo Miss Henrietta Greenwell of Hayti, who received a s:at- tcrpiti. ML<3 Ora Wayne Meadows bridgoed. winning a set of earrings Summer Visitors Entertained n Mrs. Howard Cunningham enter- a tallied lor friends and out-ol-town visitors in the city with an afternoon party at her home Monday. Among the guests, Miss Pearl Williams ol Webster Grove. Mo. received high score, and l.idicj of this city receiving prizes included Mrs. L. II. Schult, Mrs. Oonnld Magce ana Mrs. Virginia Joplin. Visitors present were MLss Wll- Hnms, Mrs. B. T. Ehrnman of St. Louis. Mo.. Mrs. Ltda Feltham of Pasadena. Calif.. Mrs. Lauraleen Moore of Duncan. Okla.. and Mrs. Cunningham's sister. Mrs. A. R. Harnts of New York City.. Homemaker's Club Meets Members of the Caruthersville Homemaker's Club met Tuesday ifternoon at the home of Airs. George Dycus and her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Bailey. Mrs. C. A. Robertson and Mrs. Dolph Moore presented the lesson for the afternoon, a demonstration 5f upholstering. A routine business session was jonducted during which plans were diseased for a picnic to tie held for the ladles' husbands and famU" Ues on Aug. 24 at the home of Mrs. Robert.son. Pf rsonali Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wood expect to leave the latter part of this week for a trip to St. Louis. Mo., and then to Paducah, Ky., where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. wilby Rice and ions. David and Paul, are expected lome this week from Los Angeles. Calif., where Mr. Rice attended the university, during the summer. En- route home they will slop in Springfield, Mo. Miss Carolyn Christian, who Is a student nurse at Barnes Hospital In St. Louis, Mo., arrived home this week to spend a month's vacation with her mother, Mrs. S. C. Christian. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hayden and FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 19W CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglass — Phone 389-J Honored on Birthday Mrs. H. H. Plgmon entertained „ Thursday evening at her home with a a surprise dinner party for her daughter. Miss Marjorle, In observance of her 20th birthday. GuesU seated at dinner with the honoree and her mother Included Miss Peggy Robertson, Mts» Sue Baker, \flss Carolyn Christian, und Miss Pa (Penney, Mrs. Gene Worth, and Mrs. Robert Patterson, al] schoolmates of Miss Pighion. Kiietrtalns for GutM Miss Sutanne Cain entertained da Lesli M children left Sunday for St. Louis where they will spend several days .tending (lie Municipal opera, the ill games, and shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cunnlng- im have as their guest this week, r. and Mrs. A. R. Harnes of ew York City. Mr. Harnes Is :rs. Cunningham's sister. Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Corbln are sitine relatives of Mrs. Corbln at ;r former home, Athens, Ga. for vernl (fays. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Grogan and itighter. Pat, and Mr. and Mrs. 'slie Prost and children and Judy !oure spent Sunday at Reelfool ^ake. Rev. Sam Pullam ol Hornersville, .lo.. was a guest Monday In the lome of Rev. and. Mrs. Floyd V. Jrower. Mr. mid Mrs. R. L. Ward, Jr.. and ion. Bobby, left this week for a •acation at Miami, Carl Baskin. Robert Wilks, c. W. innett, and Gerard Calllhan spent , few days last week at Kentucky .ake on a fishing trip. Erin Sullivan, who Ls stationed it the Millington Naval Base, spent he weekend visiting his brother. lames Harold Sullivan. Mr. and .Mrs. pierce Neeley and laughters, Jltdy and Jane, left .londay lor a vacation trip lo points In Florida. Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Do»d wxt children are spending HTer*l dTn visiting friends in Chaftw MO «-hile Mr. Dowd Is to th* Nation.i Guard encampment. Miss Mary Ellen Horn«r and Mrs. Lenore Mulr arrived home last week from a trip through Uw Smoky Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Plgmoe and daughter, Graclle, spent Sunday in Charleston, Mo., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Amburgey. Miss Rebecca young or steele t. a finest In the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs, Archie Zahner. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Boepple ali ^ son, Bobby, are leaving this weJlf lor Memphis, Tenn., where they will make their new home. Mr. Boepplc is former high school football co«ch. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a marriage license yesterday at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: Vurnie R. Russell of Armorel and Hfiss Ruby Fae Crawford of Cherry Valley. T,arg«l Pyramid The ancient Toltec pyramid >t Cholula, Mexico, covers 45 acres and is the largest of Its kind In the world, according to the Encyclopedia Brltannlea. Listen It KI.C.N at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Daily (or our pr«. gram *nnouncementa. Box Office Open> it 1:« Show Starts 2:«« p.m. Continuous Showlni I Last Times Today d-6-M's spectacular(un-in-SunVaUsy l>l C III SS x OF IDAHO , starring *•» ESTHER WILLIAMS VAN JOHNSON^ JOHN LUND ^ ^ TECHNKOLOR • Paramount News A Short* Saturday 4&f JUNGLE THRILLS! , Serial: "ATOM MAN" "Super Man" ,Vo. Z it Cartoon Cent. Showing Sat. 1Z:30-1I:3» SUNDAY & MONDAY THE_COMEDY OF THE YEAR MILLANDRUSSEIL .*t l PARAMOUNT NKWS & SELECTED SHORTS Continuous vShowing Sunday 1:15-11:00 GEM Friday Only Admission 35c & 14c "AIR COOLED" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Saturday A NEW STAR'S RIDIN' HIGH IN THE SADDLE1 ('.1110011 * Safety ShorLi Shonn in Connection with Arkansas Safety Program. "Invisible Monster" No. i and Selected Short Conl. Showing Sill. I2:30-H:J» SUNDAY & MONDAY IROS: TASK FORCE OAMfjCOM Metro News & Selected Shorts Cont. Showing Sunday l:tt- OEtHER OWE

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