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PAGfi TWO BUTHEVILLE'CARK.) COUiUEft NEWS Social Cikndu TUESDAY'S EVENTS Intermediate, G, , W. meeting First Baptist church; 4 p.m. Miss, Mary Elizabeth Borum having bridge 'party, 2:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church, 4 pin Executive board Central Ward P.-T.. A. having • meeting 4 p.m., at Central .Ward building. Gleaners Sunday school clnss, First Baptist church, having prny- er .meeting and ..social 3 p.m., nl Junior High . church. . Executive hoard P.-T. A; meeting in Miss Hnvdy's office, 3:30 pm. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Business Women's circle, First Baptist church, meeting with Mrs. J. G. Barnes, 0:30 p.m. Bingo party, Catholic hull, 8 p.m. Da u shier Bom. A daughter was born Sunday afternoon to Mr/ nnd Mrs. Bill Porter nt their home, 1 114 Vine street. The baby, who wclglis eight and n half 'pounds, hns bee named Joan Deltus. » * ' r Sun Born. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fowler announce the birth of n son Thurs- .day. 'flic baby ha;, not yet been named. Befoie her mairingc, Mrs. 'Fowler \vag Miss Vcdns Hall. V * * Son Born. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs, C W. Watson, of Oiceola, Sunday nl ; the Methodist hospital. * • • Son \ Born. A son was boui yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone nt their home, 713 Chickasnwbn Ave. The baby, who weighs pounds, 1ms been named John eight Hugh II. Bcfoie her marriage Mrs, Tjronc was Miss Irene Enton. Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Lavclle Deacttc left todaj for .Memphis \vherc'she will attend Miss Wylle's Business col- , Mrs. Millon Cnvcn, of Helena • \s r the guest of hei sister, Mrs J J. Louis Cherry, and Mr, Cherry, '. this week. , : ; ".-.« j v Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bnbcock and' children have returned from ' a vacation in northern points Mrs. Bnbcock and children wen 1 nt Shabbonn, 111.;- and Manitowoc Wis., where 'Mr. Babcock joiner: them two weeks ago. Mnry Bub- spcnl camp near Mnnllowoc. Mr. • and Mrs. - R. A. Copcland had ns Iheir week end guects Mr. and Mrs. U A. Waters aird dnugh- . ter, Mary Louise, Mrs. O. R. Wnl- ers,'Mr. and • Mrs. W. C. Phelan nnd Mr. and Mrs. E. Chlltoi Yo-.ing, nil of Memphis. Mrs. Phelan and Mrs Young were for• inerly Misses Mary, and Martha Copcland of Blythevt'llc, sisicrs of Mr. Copeland. Dickie Crawford, son of Mr. nnd • Mrs. Dixie Crawford, is recovering from severe burns he received when he overturned n percolator of boiling coffee on'himself Saturday. His right arm and left leg are burned. Mrs. c; Hammock, Mrs. B. Nalley nnd Mrs. B J. Allen ivcrc guests of Mr. and Mrs. R, JU Dickinson st Dyess ' yestcrdnv. Mrs. Frank Dulaney antl children ha\e relurned from Meridian, Miss, where thev visited rcl- 'alivcs. Miss MJgaret Phillips, of New _• Madrid, spent" the' week-end here as guest of Miss Belly McCutchen. She and Jack Finlcy Rob• insoh went to Memphis Saturday „ night for the dance on the Clar• idg« roof. • .Miss Peggy Long underwent an operaticn for appendicitis loday _ at ; the Memphis Methodist hos- • pital. Her mother, Mrs. John ; Long, her brother, Toby, nnd Mrs. , Toby Long, accompanied her down. , Mr. Long returned last night. Miss Brownie Louise Foster 're• turned to her , home m Ridgely, , Tcnn., Friday, night after having teen the' guest-"of her cousin; ( Miss Margaret LaNclle Moore, for „ two weeks. She became ill two , days before relatives came over for her. ]_ Ralph Farrar has returned from a month's trip to points of thc west and Mexico. Horace Scrape, who has been I attending Draughon's Business i college, Memphis, has accepted a • position with' the Roberts Cotlwi company as bookkeeper. He was • head of his 'graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. W. ' C. Cales hnd as Uicir guests for the weekend, Prof. Gaylc C. Walker, and Mrs.. Walker, and. Dr. Earl H Bell,-and Mrs. Bell, of Lincoln Neb Prof. Walker Is head of Ihe. School of Journalism at thc University of -Nebraska and Dr ; Bell is professor of anthropology ' in the same school. Dr. Bell h a nephew.of Mrs.'Cates. T. R. Watson, of Jackson, Miss, spent•- the -week-end "with Mrs • Walson nntl fnmlly. "r. and Mrs.' R. J. Walson and falher, Zal H, Harrison, will nt- !cnd (he Shrlncrs' mecllng and dance at Jonesboro tonight, Miss Harrison enrolled today nt Arkansas Slate- college there. Hurry Sampson nnd Mr. and Mrs. William Tausch' spent ycs- Icrday at Rcelfoot Lake. Mrs. Ctclus White, of Wilson, vho recently underwenl nn oiwr- atlon for appendicitis nt Ihc Mcm- Jhls Bnplisl hospilaj^ Is'convale.se- ng nl thc homo of her mother Mrs. Pcnrl Stewart,, who has l)eeii with her nnd who accompanied icr home. Mrs. Pearl',S|H!]icer hns a.s her Sliest for the Labor Day holiday icr daughter, Mrs. Ray Crawford, of Memphis. Mrs. II, A. Smith and son, Homer, of Fort Smith, nnd Mrs. 1>. A. Lasley, of Ltlllc Rock, nil of whom formerly lived here, nrc In the clly for n brief visit with friends. Homer is cnroiitc to Co- lumbln Military Academy nt Columbia, Tcnn. Jlmintc Jean Brownncld returned, lo her home hi Hnirlsburi; yes- terdny nflcr spending most of the summer wilh Mr. mid Mrs. W. M. McFarlnntl. Mrs. McFarliimt and dnughlcr, Miss Grncc, nnd Miss Wii Lucy Tucker, of Little Rock, who Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Mitchell, nccompnnled her home nnd spent la.st night (here. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hut- ledge. of Juncsboro, were here during Ihe weekend vlslling relatives. Eugene Dlackwcll ami Hcrechel Moslcy will leave Tuesday for TUs- caloosa, Ala,, where they attend Ihe stnle university. Morris King, son-of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson, hnd Ills nrm reset nt the Blylhcvillc hcspltnl Friday nflcr It had been uiokcn some lime before. It Ls doing very well. Mrs. C. fi. Stevens was luken to the Memphis Baplisl' hospltl yesterday In a Cobb . nmbiiliuice after she became much worse earlier hi Ihe day. Mrs. Stevens hns been In-bed for several weeks lie- cause of 'a.lienrt ailment. Shc was accompanied to Memphis by Mr. Stevens tiiid Dr. I. R. Johnson. . Miss Chnrllnc Robinson, who was formerly employed In Jnck son, Miss., and who recently hns been transferred lo Little Rock spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Bert Lyncii jr., of St. Louis, Is spending the Labor Day holtriaj nl home; Frc,emjm ^Robinson, who is doing ngrkultural work ill Tex- nrknna, spent the weekend with his molher, Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robcrl Smart and '.on, Bobble, left today for thch home-In Richmond,. Vn., after n nnd son cnme some time ngo nnd three weeks ago. A pnrt of .... time they spent in points ot Mississippi nnd New Orleans. Tliej were nccompnnled lo Rich by Mrs. Clement Goodc laughter, Sara, of Richmond, who hnd been visiting relatives at Lonoke nnd who came here last niglil. They were guests of Mr ind Mrs. E. D. Ferguson, ' fnn ,. _, _._., ' of Mr. Watson's' parents, Mr!"arid • Mrs. T, R. Watson, for the wcck- lliss Jeanne Harrison and her Miss Martha Chambers, ol Memphis, spent the week end m Mr. nnd Mrs, W. C. Cntcs have iiiTlvcd home after having beei away for sometime. Mrs. Cnles nns been visiting In eastern Ten- lessee, Virginia nnd In the Smokj mountains of North Carolina, am Mr. Cate.s has been attending to business In points ot Texas am Oklahoma. Marlon Gray and Jim Wilson, ol ' Memiliis, spent Die wcckcnc ,vlth Mr. Gray's parents. Mr. : Mrs. C. M. Gray. Mrs. c. w. Afltlck and daughter, Miss Mary Jean, nrrlvcri home ,'estcrday from a visit In Washington.. D. C. Mrs. Adltck hat been nt Rldgecrest, N. C., an net Mnry Jean, who hnd been a Camp Lake Lure for Girls, Lnt. Lure. N. C., and her mother, Mrs P. H. I'lemmons, of Charlotte, N. C., for thc eastern trip. in Sky, Leads to Altar r-, Vacation; Hello, School! Romance lhat hnd Us Inceplion high over Hie North Atlantic: ns the dirigible lllndcnburg sped eastward from Uikchursl, N. J., In Mny was climaxed when tvilss Helena Leisy, top photo, Pcorln, III., society worn- nn, bccnme the bride of Commander J. Mturay Thornton, U. S. Navy, lower photo, in New York. The pair met nt the table of Commander Eckc- Carolyn Cullom and Howard Nicholson Wed OSCKOI.A— Fragrant pink roses and pink Helens etched In relief agamsl n background of rich deep green formed a beautiful selling for the Into afternoon wedding yesterday of Carolyn Cullom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joe R. Cullom of Wilson, »nd Jlowcll Anderson Nicholson, son of Mre. Gilbert Cough of Osee- ola ftnd Ihe late Howell A. Nicholson ol Wilson. The impressive ring ceremony was solemnized at Ihc Cullom home near Wilson »t four o'clock by Ihc Rev. E, ' W. Faulkner, pastor of the Metiiod- i-sl church In Wilson. The bridal chorus from 'Lohengrin" and the Mendel&Bohn recessional were played by ', Miss Maxlnc Wallace. Thc bride, wearing a fall suit of gray with navy blue accessories nnd .shoulder corsage of pink rose buds and valley Hilts, descended the colonial staircase nlonc and was met at the foot by her father, Joe R. Cullom, who gave \\cr in marriage. Mrs. Joe B. Cullom tr, sister- in-law of the bride, was matron of honor and Dr. Alfred K Wll [Hams of Driver and Memphis [nerved as best man. The place of the ceremony »as [marked by urns filled with palms and ferns with lighted white tapers In lall candelabra in tlw background. A reception was held following thc ceremony at which guests were received by Mr. ami Mrs J c Cullom and Mr. and Mrs. J; R] Cullom, grandparents nnd parents of the bride, nnd Mrs. Gilbert Dough, mother of the groom A Venetian cut work cloth drap I the dining tnble which was decorated with n centerpiece of Oseeola Society — Personal Mrs. Rose ^CIoldbcrE -,]ind her immediate farrlil.v':nrid-'n '.few* close friends ns (jiniicr. :''gucsts last evening, honoring Mr: nnd Mrs. Julius Wlgdor' of 'Charleston, Mo. Mrs. Wlgdor formerly MLss Ruth Goldberg. Following dinner one hundred pucst.s from Oseeola and niylhcvllle were received from eight 'to Ten o'clock. Among thasc from out of town were: Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Joseph, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnck Applebaum and Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton SternbQrg of Dlythcville. • • t Mr. nnd Mrs. John Edrlnglon and (laughter. Madeline Ellen, will drive to Columbia, Tenn., tomorrow to accompany their son, Wil- linm Bard, and Monroe Mnxwell to be 'enrolled : at Columbia Military academy, 'where L. U. Ragsdale, former superintendent of Os- cccla schools, is the commandant. Bolh boys will play In the school band-nnd orchestra, William Hard plnylng thc Irumpcl and Monroe the trombone. E. U Tallafcrro and E. R. Smith jr., left- Sunday lo allcnd the stnle Skcct shoot nl Little Rock loclny. They will return tomorrow, Mrs. J. J. Dlllnrd left Sat- urdny for a month's visit wilh a son and daughter In Oxford, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Toolc and daughter, Helen, arc' In Dexter and Blcomileld. Mo., for n with relatives this week. Miss Joyce Tompkins t.s (he guest of n college mnte. Miss Kliz- nbcth Tooles In Memphis. Miss Lulu Gibson of Whllevllle, Tcnn.. has recently moved to Os- cccla nnd Is at home with Mrs. tj. R. Brtckey. Marriage of Pemiscot County Man Announced CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—Mr. inci Mrs. Gro'ver Lnffcrly of the ClHito Sixteen community have announced tlic marriage of their •on, Bill, to Miss Alice June Phil- Icy, of Hundngton, Ind. Tlic ceremony look place nl Huntlng- 'on on November 30. 1035. Mr. Lallerly graduated from tlic 'ocal high £chool with the class M 1932. He altcndcd Arkansas State College nt Jonesboro for two vears. During the ixist year he ins been n student "in the Trl- Slnte college nt Angola. Ind.. *hcre he received his B. s. de- ?rce In civil engineering last mouth. Mrs. Laffcrly is Ihe daughlcr of Mr. and Mrs. l-'rank J. Phlllcy of Himlliiglon. Shc graduated trom the llnnllngton high school, -atcr receiving nurses' training al one of the hospitals near there. Teachers' Examination , Regular examination for Mlssls- slppi county teachers v,-ill be held nt thc c o l| rt h ouse In Blythcville on Thursday and Friday Sen(ember 17 and 18, it has been announced by MLss Winnie Virgil Turner, connly examiner. accepted -a position with thc R K. Crockett Grocery company . Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thrallkill boro Saturday evening. have ns their guests their son , . kit!, of St. Louis. 'I heir daugh r.his. was also terdny. Their their guest yes- borne grnird a liter, the school term. Mr. and Mrs. !. S. Burton nnd daughter. Margaret, sixmt the week-end and Labor Day with relatives in Paragould. pink asters and plnlc and white pink roses and .held the Inrgc "wedding cake. The bride Is a firnduntp of Wilson high school nnd attended phis la.st year. The groom Is graduntc of Oseeoln high school and DraiiBhon's Business. College '•i Memphis. Alter thc weddhig Ihc soung couple left by motor for a bridal trip to Chattanooga and points of Interest in East Tennessee Upon (heir return they will be at home at Driver, where their new residence IK nlrendy fuinlshcrt and where' Mr. Nicholson Is connected with Lowrance Bros In addition to the relatives of the bride nnd groom the guests were Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Crnw ford of Memphis, Major F p Jncobs, U p. Nicholson -of'TV- ronai. Mr. and M don sr.. nnd Mrs. Jr.. nnd Mr. nnd Lowrance. Mother's relieved sinlle and the sad farewell to Towser tell the old slory-Jhc. youngsters are going back to school. Similar .scenes are being rc-cnaclcd here, and lliroughoul America as boy.s and girl turn thr-ii bncis on ;icition jo\s for another session of pencils, / books, and "teacher's sassy looks." Returns • to iTry ^ New, fl'riunipli Cas Brnn- Cns Brnndon Mrs. Charles ; 1/1*1 Manila Society — Personal A. D. Hnrrmm sr., who was critically tnjurat two weeks ago In an automobile accident, was released from St. Bernards hospital, Joncsboro. Friday, iris son. A. D. Jr.. and Iwo transients, were killed. Cohen Brooks of Detroit, Mich., is spending a week wilh relatives nnd friends. Mrs. M. L. Downing drove Dixie Kyle Burgess to Joncsboro Saturday. He is lo attend school there, Ellis McWhtrter of Guidon, is visit ing his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chnrllc McWhlrlcr. J- .C. Mlchie. engineer for the- Echcvcnell Construction company, spent the week-end In his ironic In Memphis. Mr. Mlchie will return to Monelte today or Tuesday, tic hns been In Manila Car several weeks in connection with the water works project. Miss Bowcn and Miss McGbs- teachcrs In Ihe high school •• ~ ....... •'• . w. lu.tciiure in me nign school Kodncy Anders of I.usora has | 1C rc, .spent Friday and Saturday " ...... "' "'" " , . rearranging the high school brary. They returned to Johcs- Misses Mary Ruby Fuller j ------- - ----- ---- • niiooLo ivitiiy iiini i\iiuy r 11 uer Clay Thrallkill, and Mrs. Thrall- who have been visiting Tor two ' weeks In the home of Mr ' and , . . - wees n e ome o Mr and (cr, Mrs. M. T. Burr of Mem- Mrs . R . w . Fox. returned lo' their " ' - . in Marion. Ky.. Friday, and Mrs. W. W. Fowler j o • "'.>- w .t.->, lv ii. itim i\n{,. \v. \v. rowier Nancy Burr, will remain here for sriC ,,t three days in Little Rock tnr- srhnnl ton« _.. , , .. . . nwn on business last week. Realty Transfers MOiNbAV, SEPTftMSKft 7 FOUNDER OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM SALEM fPIIE Puritans had come to I America lo .seek Ihe freedom of religious worship that Kngland had begrudged liietn. Hut when they got here, thc same religious intolerance prevailed among them. i Rebelling from such narrow' views, Roger Williams, young Welsh-born pa sun- of Salem, sought a more liberal altitude and was banished from the colony in : 1C.15. Journeying southward, lie came to Narriigiuisclt !!ny, where he bought some land from thc Indians and established what is now Providence, R. I. Other settlers: came and set up the foundation of, Rhode Island. In 1C3D, Williams established the first Baptist congregation in' America, lie Ii Kited Ihe Indians; with kindness, and continued to' denounce religious persecution. He' died in 1C83,; at the aga e r 70. In !03K, 300J years after the: f o u n ding ol I ll e first, Rhode Island' c o in m u nity. tlic Un i le'd; States issued a. stamp honor-' ing Roger; ~ Williams. : y.n;. NKA HCIv-kv. Inc.) U. S.—1M6 /iof/cr Williams 3 cents purple Ancient mariners had no way lo Warranty Deeds kc *)> fo °d from .spoiling, and M. Filiuiiuinious and wife lo scm 'vy took a huge loll, due to the 1. O. Westbrook jr., and Hallie absence of fresh food in the diet. West brook, lot 4, block C, James I Then green turtles, taken aboard Addition to Hlythcville. I "!• i-'ie beginning of long voyages, W. A. and Ruth Eleanor Af-1 Helped solve thc problem. . flick to Maureen Kins Norris lot 7, Meek A, Uichards addition to BlUhorillc. Armed with spikes which contain a deadly poison, a fish found HI the .Great Barrier Reef of Aus- Inlla has the...power of, kllllns humans: : H is known ,as the'stone fiih nnd is repulsive in appcar- •uice. ' Nothing succeeds like success, agrees Margot Grahame, Brilish actress, as she arrives in New lYork in response lo a summons from Hollywood. Her work in the prize movie, "The Informer " . paved the way for more wo'-!c. third Tenn. Local Horse Third at Tiptonvillc Show Colonel Dare, a five- Railed horse owned by C. G. Cmith and ridden by Miss Peggy McKcel, won place in Ihc Tiptonvillc. horse .show at that town Thursday night. The horse was placed In the amateur class for' thc horse's confirmation only and competed with excellent horses, according to the judges, who declared the ratings almost equal. Me will be entered, aloin with other horses of Mr. Smith, in thc Mississippi County Fair horse Khny here, beginning September 23. Mls-s McKcel. who was rts- r-is'nnl. fitting instructor nl Ihe Lake Lure. N. C.. camp for girls this .summer, plans to ride In this show. I Accompanying Miss McKocl were Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and Mr. and; Mrs. L. C. !!.' Voting of Osceola.l Shivering with ChHIs Burning with Fever Sure Relief far Malaria! Don't Iry !in:ncnujc frratmenls or hcufnnglcd remedies! 'I'nke Ilialgood old Grove's Taslelcss Chill Tonic. Soon you will he yourself ag^in, for Grove's Tasle- Ie.=s Chill Tonic not onlv relieves tlic E.™ploms of Mabria, bill dcslroys tlic infcclion i(£e(f. Tlic laslelc.-s tiiiininc in Crovc's Tasteless Chill Tonic kills tic Malari.il infection in Jtie blood while the iron il contains builds up Ihc tjlooil to overcome (lie cflccts of llic dianse niul forlify against fiitllicr attack. Tlic twofold effect is atj- Eohilcly ncc«s,iry lo (lie ovcrcominc of Malaria. Rcsiilcs being a dependable remedy for Malaria, Grove's Taslclcss Chill Tonic is also an ciccllcnl tonic of genera! use. 1'lcasant lo lake and absolulely liarmlcgs. Safe lo give rhildrcn. C.-i a bo I tic today al.iny ding store. Now two sites —50c and 51. Tlic ?1 fizc contains V/i tiroes as ranch as Ihc SOc size and gives you 25% more 1'or your money. NOTICE Due to the fire in my office lasi night .1 will bo temporarily located directly across the hall from my,former office in the Farmers Bank Building. 4 •••;....:.: j : I>r. Ilunlcr C^'Sims TBKRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstracts, Lands & Loans E. M. Terry, Pres. ami MB'"- rhoiie 617 Blylhcville, Ark. W:CLW. Members! Take Notice! There, will be a special m c e"., i n g of importance Tuesday night for members. lie Sure To Conic. E. H. Ford Consultant Commander.- Read Courier Ncvvs Want Ads — _.-. _,'_ , Dairy cows in England have an' v^rngc age of less than flve^ years.- '). Artist-Evangelist Opens Mfeetitig Here A large crotfd attcrittcd. Ihe first of n series of meetings at'i the First Assembly of God church here la.st night conducted by Florence Irene Tmvis. arllst-cvnngel- Ul. Stic, illuslratcd her sermon with sketches. Ilie meeting will .continue each night this week, beginning at 7:45 o'clock, The public Is cordially invited. A fOR BUMNl «Tid SCALDS It mi 32 Other General Usei I LEAKE'S WASH and Grease Job Standard IXso Srrvicil S(a. ORDEKS TAKEN WJB "BEpNAT" YARM INST1NJCTIONS FI5BE Mrs. Leslie Hoopir Mrs. A. C. Hnley 11W Chiciasawba Phono T93 »NTI»M>TIC LtBuyiENT • Mnin &. Division '" P<""» Hninly • Raymond Schmuck. Lcasee We Pay Cash For Hand Furniture I'hoiie 1031 Hubbard 2nd Hand Furniture Store BACK TO SCHOOL In Clolhes That Look "Jnsl Grand" Smr'|rt, kidH Tl-ft:fve learned .something not in the curriculum. They've learned I h n t well kept clothes help them mike a letter impression, gain worth-while friends and help them "get along." That's why they send their clothes to us for Quality Cleaning. Phone 180 DniiM -siiiE ||,c " work niul worry ti> our New | )v , );lv mms » _ ,,;„,, Kfn(V , „ BARNES' NU-WA LAUNDRY - CLEANERS Iii Race to Legion Auxiliary Ncbusla picsidcnt and "\nwi- VU ° |1 '- QMtl ™ t of tlia Mrs. O. W. Holm, above Wayne' IU'0., will run for national president at the iflih nmiual con-! vcnlion in Cleveland, Sept '21?, 5 ' .Ti' is - vcar shc ]> ™ directed * Ihc .120,000 members in p,-omot-J nig welfare of disabled World' 1 War veterans. ~ " '• Botanically speaking, blackberries ami raspberries are not berries. They are fruits, and Ihc egg plant, is a berry. JRBTZl COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! Last Time Today KoTicrt Taylor and •Iiiiin Crawford in 'The Gorgeous Hussy' Whir Fi-iinehof. Tone Tarninounl Nciiii' and Comcily —Achnts&ion— ' , Alnllnrr—10 & Z5c—\Vit'li'"lc Tax Ni g li|_10 A IISi—WHIi Jc T;ix TUESDAY IS J 1 $50 BANK NIGHT! TO MAKE A MOTHER'S DREAMS COME TRUE! Selected — Admission — Jlalinrc--Ifl ft 2Sc-\Vil|, Ic Tax NlEhl— 10 A 33i--IVilli Ic Tax Von can altc.xl l| lc S i. llillcc tncsilay. rceislcr, an,l l.avc a cbnnrc lo win Dank l>prii.sil ,vi||,- Ollt l.ci.ig presnil Tuesday nighl! —COMING SOON— "i.ovi; DCGINS AT zn" — «iti, Warren llnl! siiul Talricia niis "I'lCCADlLLV JI.M"—willi H.ibi'ri Slcnlcorurry and Mailuc fiv.uis. "SING n,M!V SING"— will, AliroW Fayc ami Adnlplie Alcnjo. ^ "ANTHOXV ADVEKSli" — w jlj, ^ I'rcilrric iHarch and Oliva ilc llavilNiml. "TKXAS KASGKRS"—wilh Fred iMitc.Mnrray antl Jean Vnrkcr "SWING TIMK"—with Fred As- (airc and Ginger Kogrrs. ROXY Adm.—Always 10 * 25c—Ic Tax Saturday - Sunday Kir tin r<! Allen nnd Ccc'iliii Parker in 'The Mine With the Iron Door 1 C'arloou— "Sorappy's Tonv" Comctlj-—"Jlovfc Slnniars" "71 witli the 3 Slnogfs H

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