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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 12, 1936
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE • (AfcK.) COjJfiiER >EWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS -W. M. U. meeting, Circle 1 with. Mrs. John Buchanan, 2 with Mrs. U. W. Mulllns, 3 with Mrs, Ed HurcHn, 4 with -Mrs,.-Bill Kol- v-yck, and 5 at the church. Y. W. A. meeting al 2 30, First Baptist church. Jr. O. At meeting at 4-OD, Flist Baptist church. WOm k n's" Missionary S o c 1 e t >, First l Method 1st church, ha\inc program meeting at church, 3 p.'in. > ' Circle Woninn's Auxiliary, Flist 'Presbjteriah church, meeting 2:30 p «m 1, Mrs. James B. Clark; 2. Mrs 'J. Nick Thomas; 3, Mrs. DlMe Crawford, elide 4 meets at 6.30 P. Mil. «ilh Mrs. S. E Vail •nd Mrs, B'J. Allen at Vail home . ..TUESDAY'S EVENTS Junior-Senior high P.-T. A. meets at high school audltoiium; 3 p. m. Lange P.-T. A. meeting school, 3pm. ,-fWEDNESDAY'S ; EVKNTS Central ' P-T. A meeting school, 3 p. m at at Cemrterv Mwti*£ Is Postponed jThe meeting ;of: the Maple Orote Cemetery Association, scheduled to be neld Tuesday, has been postponed until Tuesday, September 52 Bits of News Mostly Personal Dick Ong; formerly of here and now of Memphis, Is in the city for the weekend Mr. and Mrs P D Joyner and children have returned from i -iliil in Jackson, Miss. Mrs Harry W. Haincs Is con valesclng following n tonsllectomy ' performed Thursday M^rs. Margaret Flanagan left today for a \lslt ln,Fort Worth and Dallas. Mrs. H. H." Lewis has 'rclurnci Irom three days spent in Memphis Mrs. \V.' F. -Brewer was callct to Oolconda, 111, Thursday by Iho critical Illness of v her fnthri. Mr and Mrs P E Cooley motored hei to' Cairo, *here relatives met hoi t -Mlssi.Nancy Claire MQCaule) daughter oJtMrs. B. ,T. Worthy lefti today for Jackson, MliS where' she will attend Bcllhavei college. Mrs. Everett B. Gee imdcnvem a major boeration today at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mi Gee, who accompanied her down Thursday, plans to return liomi Sunday-night. 'Misses Mnry Spam Usrcy, Mar faret Keck nnd Mary Ell?abetl Borum - will leave' Monday nigh lor- St." Charles,. Mo., 'where the will,attend Llndcnwciod college. Miss Virginia Huffman will g 1o ' Union Universlly tit Jaikwi Tenn, Monday, where she is lo I 'attend school. She will be accompanied by her uncle" and mint, Mr.- and Mrs. Jake Huffman. Frank; Wagner, late of Brinkley, Ark., has arrived' here lo bo conneclcd with the Arkmo Lumber company. Mrs. Wagner, who will join him next \\e"k, and Mr Wagner will reside In a Ward cot- .tage.,'on'South Division St. Miss Annie Morris left today ' for. her hoinc In Charleston, W. ,Va.,. a ft er spend in g two we eks -vacation with her .'brother, Harvey Morris, :and • family. - N. Fisher; of Caruthersville, How to Make Use of Left-Over Meals CHI ®<S PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH II. J. Kleindkrisl, 1'a.slur Sunday school, 8 a.m. Morning worship, 10'a.m. Sor- mon topic: "Christian Upbringing of children." ' Adult lilblc class, 7 p.m. Sub Jfd 'Woe Unto Those'Who Hinder Others jProfn- Obtaining Salvation. pilgrim. Guild meets Thursday •Ulcrnoon, 2:3p. . Instruction class' nicels Morida ninl Thursday,'3:45 p.m.' You are InVltfid' to all of om servlQCs. ' ' ' " Ham roll-ups arr so ippctizlnR no one would eicr jura ltd-oiers were n«rt In the di»h. Tt.xske them, prcinrc ,t cheese MUCC, using 4 Ublcspomi'i shortening, 5 Ubtcsprans flour, I -i-4 cttpi'JiUlk, 1-3 cup Killed c!ici".c .mil scaioninc. Trim Ml from hin si lots nhlth should 'b« 4 by 6 Inches | n , size Roll fcinr lips of jip'rjgii', in each sllte <tnd piilt rolh, w^m-sldr do»n, In shallow baking pun. 'Surround Kilh checsr sauce and hike in hot DVen 15 or 20 minutes until lightly browned. By NFA Service In tlicsc dnjs of careful budgeting nntt economising ilic consumer lias the cver-iirescnt problem of finding ways to servo Icit-ovcrs ivt- trnctlvcly. If there Is one place tlmt no one enjoys seeing scrimping, It's nl Hie table. You really (to nol.liavc to make Imsh (good us it iriiiy be) Or' serve left-over iiicalisllccd i'c'bld.' There -.nrc many' more .Appetizing-. ' way's";'(p present, tile lasl of;' the ;'roust.';:;' "Swedish lifeat Roll" Is easy to make', anil, n, dish (lint would do credit to the inosl cxiuricnced chef. ' . Of course, there's uo reason why fresh, meat, can'L be itsefl in this roll, if you do use fresh meat instead of left-overs, buy ',(.'pound of round stcnk or cooked ham and prepare 11 by the snmc recipe. Brown the round' steak well with Hie onion. • Swedish Me»t Roll for Six One and one-half ciiijs chopped .or/ground left-over meat, 1 tablespoon ihhiccd onion, 1-4 teasiHxm suit, 1 1-8 teaspoon pepper, 3 tablespoons left-over grnvy or bouillon cube dissolved In water. : For the pastry: 2 cups ftour, 4 tetisiwons baking powder, ;/j teaspoon salt, 4 tablespoons shortening, 3-4 cup milk. ' . ' - • If you don't have left-over gravy, dissolve a bouillon or" gravy cube In water unit use three tablespoons Of that. .•..:.'.-•'•' Mix the .meat;.with/the onion, browned, salt, .pepper . anil gravy.. To make the pastry,'- sift the dry Ingredients, cut in the shortening with 2 sharp knives or a fork. Add the milk to make a soft dough. Uoll the dough 1-4 Inch thick. Spread tills will] the meat mixture and roll It lengthwise like u Jelly roll. ASSEMBLY. OF GO1> CHURCH 7th & Ash Kls. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. 1 ' •"- • Morr.lng service, 11 a.m." : ' Jnll service/4:30 p.m. ' ; Jr. C. A. Class, 5:30 p.m. : Sr. 0. -A.. Class, 6:45 p.m. Erangellsllc sermon,, g p.m. Mrs. Florence Travis,--'of Mich! jan, who is .conducting a revlva campaign at this church, Is bring lug inspiring messages each even ing on the Book,of Revelation. Slu has a large-picture, depleting cacl subject, which was painted by lie under the anointing of the Hoi Spirit. This'picture : -Is "valued a $600.' The services yilH" oontlnu each nlglit.hcxt week and the pub lie is : cordially '.invited:','; The band will'play at the Sunda evening service. .-.,"' ' •' '• ' Then cut this roll in 'slice;,' 1 Inch thick. ' ., Place the slices on a well greased baking pan. 'Dot each slice ;with butter,anr! bake it In a hot (400 degrees) oven 15 minutes. i Serve with additional gravy - to which more fried oniony .have been added. Don't serve potatoes or' starchy vegetables with .this roll. Yoii.mlght plan a menu around the nieaf roll something-like this: tomato Jilice cocktail, incut' roll with gravy, .whole buttered carroU or cauliflower with browned butler, snlart'bowl of mixed greens with French.dress- Ing, sliced oranges, cookies and coffee. 'The dessert, in particular, should bo.u light- one. Any main 1 dish that, is made 'with a pastry criisl, i such as this roll or a meat pje, I Indicates a light fruit dessert.-'.' -' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1931! ad In all Churches of Christ, on Sunday, September wlenllst 3. The Ooldcn Text Is: "Now alth Is the substance of things oped for, the evidence of things lot seen" Among (Hebrews 11: l.) the citations which emprise the Lesson-Sermon Is tlie ollowlng from the Bible: "Then Job answered the Ix»d, and said, know that thou canst do cvery- Jilng, mid lhat no thought can S. II. Salmon, "Berceuse" from "Jocelyn," will be another feature of this service. Mrs. P. B. Joyncr will accompany her on the piano. In the evening worship service, beginning at 7:30 o'clock, the subject will be, "When Right Is Wrong." Other, services of the day are Sunday church school, with ample facilities for all ages from 2 :- wlthholden (, 2.) from Ihec" to 102, beginning at 9:45 a. m., Tlie Lesson-Sermon Includes-also .the. following passage from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: 'All Unit really exists is the divine Mind ami its Idea, and In this Mind the entire being Is found harmonious and eternal. The straight and narrow way is to sec and acknowledge this fact, yield to this power,' and follow (he leadings of truth" (page 151.) FIRST RAmST CHURCH Walnut and eighth Alfred Carpenter, raster .; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. ' Worship service, 10:35 a.m. Pastor's sermon topic: "Bible Integrity." Baplfst Training Unions, 6:30 p. m. Worship service, 7:30 p.m. I'as- lor's sermon lopic: "Call of the Cross." Wednesday: 7 o'clock p.m., teachers' meeting. 7:30 o'clock p.m., Church night service. (Job S. E. Vail sujwrlntendent, and the Young-Pcople-of-lhc - Churcl: vespers at 6:45 p. m. BEAUTY RUNS IN CYCLES 1.AKK STREET METHODIST 'CHURCH-' Vernnn E. Cli'ailant, Pasior Tlie- irisplratioir ; -- of o'ur' ' revlva meeting • is '. to be.ichanneled inl contltmcd'Cviiiigcllijtlc efforts, alon with the closing -up of our churc sehool : ycar. . plans are also bcin completed to finish up our churc program for Annual Con fere nc which mceUi'al Balesvlllc October 28th. We wish to, encourage friends and members of this church to get behind this program for their own good and for tile bulldmi; up of Clod's Kingdom. - Church 'school, 9:45 a.m. ' : Church service, 10:30 a.m. Sermon by pastor. '• • ' , . - ' Young Peoptc'S'.Lca'qiie.-G'HSfp.m. Church .service,*-'.?"::)!}; p.rii:, -sermon - "" ' • ' •by pastor.- Mldr'we'ek' i ,^ Wednesday; " , 7 30 , p.m.; . followed "• by '"Board of ChristiBh jEducatiort\-me(jlina; . Bonrd of Stewards,' Thursday, 7:30 p.m. - , ..;-.'.•" U. D. C.' . Ii-jiLt.-'- -J- ••' is & palient at the Methodist hospital Memphis Mrs. Jack Miller was taken lo the Memphis;Baptist,hospital yesterday, .Mis. ..John .Hay, of Jackson, Tenn., has returned home aftci having visited Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H Webb Mrs Hay was the former Miss Margaret Webb. .Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. E. M. McCall were in Memphis Thurs- daj. Mr and Mrs Jesse H Webb and. Mrs. Adolph Meyers^ were In Memphis Thursday. Mrs. Leroy Wood will return home' today • from New Madrid, I Mo, where she has been spending Miss Evelyn Smart, daughter of Mr. and Mi's. J. II. Smart jr., has been appointed n page 'or the gen- whlch mcels ill Dallas, Texas, In Miss Smart Is president of the slate organization and Is conclud- her year as president of the local chapter which entertained tlie Arkansas convention last sp of IIOLC In Washington, arrived this week for a week's ' visit -with her mini., Mrs. W. E. Hunt. .They' spent yesterday in Memphis, Cecil Jones and L. A Jones, wllh the National Production Company of Kansas Citj', are here to direct (lie theatrical production, Coast to Coast, which is U> be presented under the auspices of the Epworlh League Seplcmbcr and at Keiscr on September Steclc-Cootcr Society — Personal Peiiioiislration-' Club News Notes Tyrd-Uncherry. Miss Lydia Hclle Llnebcrry and Jack Byrd were married In Cn- Club .•''...-. ' Menibers of the Dogwood Home Demonstration' club compllnicntcri Mrs. W. J.- Faught with birthday remembrances at a> meeting':of the club Wednesday afternoon, at the home of-Mrs. Carl Green. She was showered with the surprise gifts during the so'clal hour which followed. Ihe regular meeting. An ico course was served. '• *• The new year books were; distributed and plans mude for the coming year's work. This club pliins to Imvc an exhibit at the county fair. A report of the recent rest camp al Camp Pike was CHURCH OF: THE NAZAKENE Vine and 2nd Streets • Harmon Holt,, Vaster With ' fine : cooperation . from Icaclicrs and officers of our Sunday school we arC;. gafinlng increased attendances. The! Rev. James Hamilton, . who has;been,;.attending Trc- vc.-ica college .at /Nashville, Tehn. will be -with us-Sunday with Ills evangelistic party .and will bring the message. At.7:15 the N. Y. I', a. meets for a program with' Mrs. J. C: Criner,- president. The- evangelistic service will be held immediate!; nfter this program. -' ; .Mr. Knoblc McCidlough-w'ill hav charge of the music. • , FIRST MKTIIOIHST.CHURCH ; Seventh and Main 1 W. V. Wumark, Puslor • Evauselist Hanklns will bring his last message in this scries of revi- val''services. Sunday morning. He will, meet with-the juniors' during tho'-Church School hour. Let all \ylio can hear him in his final message,; , The-pastor, will preacli at, tlie evening. ho'Kr, at 7:30 o'clock. Itls subject will be, "Christ Our Ilef- ige."- ,.,. ; ;, • • Church school, 9:45 a.m. . Leagues at'6:45.p.m. Board of stewards -mceling' Mon- :lny" niglit at 7:30 o'clock. FIRST , CHKISTIAN .-' CHURCH '•'. Carroll t'loyd, Pasior • Bible School, 0:45 I. O. Wesl- irook,• Sup't: Our city schools are under way; lets get our Bibk School .to going strong also. Morning .worship, 10:50, "The Man Who Played Fast nnd Loose/ Evening -worship, 7:45, "How Is Your Hearing?" Mid-week service Wednesday evening at 7:30. We have in mind a different kind of program but we will need a large attendance to make it effective. Will you give' us your assistance? ' Younu people' 1 : meet 'at ''7:00 o'clock Sunday evening. • Meeting of the church board COSI'EI, CHUKCH W. O. Silijflcterry, pastor Sunday .school, 3:45 a.m. N. W. Tranthnm, supt. Church, 11 a.m. Evangelistic service, 7:30 p.m. Prayer meetings, Tuesday and Friday nlghU;. I.UXOKA MKTHOinST CHURCH James T, Handle, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45. Mrs. Sue • Brown, superintendent. ' > . The paslor will nil Ills appolnl- ment on the Dycss-Keiser circuit for both morning and evening services. M1XORA BAPTIST CHURCH I/. P. Flamming, I'astor ,S:55, Sunday school. 11:00, Morning services at which the pastor will begin n series of sermons on the subject, "Satisfaction." Sunday evening, 6:30, B. T. U. meetings, Mrs. W. L. Clark, Mrs. Louise McHcnry, pnd Mrs. Will Wise, directors. Tuesay afternoon, 2:30 p.m, Woman's Missionary society, church aultorium. Wednesday evening, 7:30, Prayer meeting. Cooter and Tyler Pastor Will Go to Oklahoma COOTER, Mo. — Rev. J. P. Crocker, for the past year pasfov of tlie Cooter Baptist church and for three years pastor of the Tyler Bapllst church, resigned botli pastorates and moved his family from Cooter to •Porliigevillc this week. , He has accepted employment in Oklahoma and will leave soon, accompanied by Mrs. Crocker, who is going (here for tlie sake of her health. Neither church has a new pastor yet. Phyllis Dpbson, entered as "Miss California" in the Atlantic; Cily, N. J,, competition for the title of, 'Miss America," jumped on her; bicycle and rode away with the prize in the bicycle parade that was a feature of the beauty pageant. She is shown with the trophy she received. Scotts last year. One died soon after birth and the second a few weeks later. Last of Triplets Dies ftead Courier News classified Ads STEELE, Mo. —'Carlinc, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. I Scott of near Holland, died at I :tieir home this week. She was tile last of .triplets, born to the Monday' evening members of the at 7:30. Board nrc All pccted to attend as the meeting is an imixirtant one. FIRST PRESBYTEHIAN CHURCH S. H. Salmon, Pasior "Men 'Wanted!" is heard once more in the - land,""read In the press. Likewise tills phrase will be subject n'ml title of the scr- ' moii In the Morning Worship ser- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE .SERVICE -"Substance" , Is : the subject of 1 vice atMhis church .tomorrow at the - Lesson-Sermon which'-will be n o'clock. 'A violin solo by Mrs. riithcrsvillc Tuesday - by Justice o( given by, several members. Peace Oscnr Elliott In the pres-j • cnce of n few Intimate friends 1 ,, . . ,=and relatives. , |Services Hela^Thursdav Mra. ..Byrd Is Iho dnughtcr of ( ' m i »> tr Mr. .and Mrs. Bob Line-berry of Ihls.cily and Ihe grnom is the son of Mrs. Bell Byrd, also of Slcclc. They will make their home in Slcclc 'where Ihe groom is cm- tion. Stn- Mrs. George Oilliand underwent n major operation at the Methodist hospital in Memphis Tuesday. She will have another operation before returning home. Her lj ^j*" contlliion is very serious but she Oseeola Society — Personal Is holding her own. Mr. Gillland Is wilh lier. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus Llmbaiigh, Mrs. L. E. Cooper nnd son, Lawrence, spent Wednesday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bcone and for Charles P. Koonce Mrs. W. J. Driver 'was hostess a week with her sislcr, Mrs David I to her bridge club and three ad- Barton, and Mr Barton, who will j ditional guests Thursday aftcr- accompany her home for the' nocn at her home on Pecan si •weekend. . , Miss Zola Crafton has gone to Chicago to, "Buy stock for her daughters. Bcttie Jane and Srtrah, of Northport. Ala., are guests of Mr. and Mrs, O. W. Cook and family. Mrs. A. R. Bccklmin and daugh-i MANILA, Ark. — Chiirlcs Phillip Koonce, who died at his home in Manila Wednesday morning, was buried Thursday at the' Manila cemetery.. •• Mr. Koonce, who was 64 yeais of age, was -bom In Tennessee. Ho had served as a deacon in the Manila Baptist church since 1021. He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mnry Marrlelt Koonce. three daughters, Mrs. Kathcrlnc Johnston, Miss Lucille and Miss Alberta, and one son, [ Louis, of Man|la, and three brothers, John Edward of St. Louis, George W. of Mississippi, and Jim Koonce of Halts, Tenn. Funeral services were conducted in the Bnptlst. church with the Rev.' Galhwrlght '..officiating. shop after having visited relatives In Little Rock "Mrs. p. ,D: Underwood has fe- ( turned from a visit In Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs Albert Corey of Boston, ;Muss., have arrived here ioVmake their home with Mr. Corey's father, c. S Corey, at 112 West Davis . I jTvIrs. Pauline Wilder will return i home Sunday from a western tnp. , For the past tv-o months she has' been in the' San Craze mountains, a I the S«n Cruze beach, In Nevada, Mexico and points of Interest; In Californla.-Thuse included San FnuicUco, > a \\eel. at Sacramento,'? where she attended the state fair,-.LaXe Merrette, where she spent Labor day and Oakland, nhere she attended the boat races ' ^ • • "•J., W, Purtle and'Robert Baxter left yesterday,for Stirkvllle, Miss., . wbert they will yllend Mississippi ' State - '' Highest score among the club l"r. Lculsc. accompanied by Mrs. members was made by Mrs F P I P"""»ni of Memphis have returned Jacobs, while Mrs. J. H. Lflvcweli ] homc Bftcr fading several days won consolation prize. Mrs. Oro-^ 1 Hot E P rln S 3 antl nt ' Driver of Luxora won guest prize. . were Mrs. W. E. Hunt. Mrs W. C. Mason!,and Mrs. Grover Driver of Luxora. The hostess was assisted In entertaining by Mrs! W. J. Driver Jr. t]lc |Texas. where they attended the 1 Centennial. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee Hadlcy have gone to Venice, 111., to make Iheir hcme. ReMt courier News Want Ads. Mrs. O. L. Robinson Of Earlc, president of the Forrest City district federation of clubs, and Mrs. Rex Wheeler of Marion visiled Mrs. W. J. Driver Tuesday. They also visited Dycss colony where the district federation sponsors the Dyess Memorial Library, Mrs. Guy Bryant and Mrs. Tommle Florida were Memphis visitors Thursday. Miss Blossom CWdstopUer: of Hayti, Mo., nrrived yesterday to assume her duties ns clerk-l«Ie- 'grapher al the Krlscp. depot during the'cotton ginning-'season. -Miss Catharine Hughey, who Is connected wllh - legal, department;! Warranty Deeds Tom A. Little and abldle r. Little to B, A. I'igj, lot 4. block 9. Ruddle Heights addition to Blythevllle. TERRY ABSTRACT & KKALTY CO. Abstracts, lands & Loans E. M. Terry, Trfs. and Mrjr. Phone S17 Bljlhcville, Ark. ORDERS TAKEN POIl "BERNAT- YARN INOTHUCTIONS FRtB Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mn. A. 0. Huley Phone 7« We Pay Cash For 2nd Hand Furniture , Phone 1031 Hubbard 2nd Hand Furniture Store Near Goff Hold WASH and $1 Grease Job •*( Standard Esso Service Sla. Main & Division Raymond Sclnnnck, Leases '...'.. NOTICE ;! Due to flic recent fire in my office i will be temporarily located directly across the hall from my former office in the Farmers Bank Building. Dr. Hunter C. Sims ROXY Adm.—Always 10 A 25c—lo Tax OPENS Saturday - Sunday COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN: Saturday Only ZANE GREY'S new story 'written for DcTn'i Leave "" in ^o;ur|l*T l ofi V tr the Field * ^dH, • "V. Actual field "iTn «nr» of growfr.t proves no loss from , ^ani.Vlhrown o«pr.';,(2) Hin(tcii (yp« iplil'fomi allows cutter bar to follow , •the'fonlpur of the, ground -^pr'evfnlS I rnhiitW 'Hf imp.' '.(3) Extra 'widt 'plat' jfrlrni has jtfit .iSe riglit ; pilch' to MVf lilt Ihf b»»nv even at extreme "low culling" poftitlon — beans knocked off |4>'y, reel' are saved. Short txans don't (k«ntk and ride | cutter* bar. (4) 'AVERY pitcnleir cutter bar Gu«rd ; '»(id Shield — gtts right down .to the ground. Shield protects canvas — nrf- canvas roller from wrap•- - I -~i^- .. . J *^- ,,Tlw,motor on lhc;A VERY, has r«s<rve1 : ppw«r.;-.toi(ntr>t v«iir«me p conditionj.l nWhtn you put an AVERY in Ihe field,! - I'itn 'gH ,(W, erop' threshed.- W«dsl jd«n'(.malffr! TheiAVBRY is built tol • t»v*> tlmf. * Simpler — f>w*r 'parlsJ ,Wfan fewer renairs. Makes every min-l >ile in Ihe field count! COMPARE!! A»k_m_for.more'FACTS!/ ^ AVBRY is Better Engineered AVERV o«i»M«d (.Mi' Bar Guard and id— q*l! fiqhl down to -'Ownd Sb««ld protect! - 'Ou, AVERy " PERfta-SPACED" "I' ot«l C,Ud«r wjiK AVERy GUARANTEED r v' nd>- Ttetti Geti Hit »?«m. bul arartmlly «lim- 3 O^ly AVERyh.,th« • p«l«nled AVEBY Sp'e.di''} Caib Stater — ^ >cco"d s^el^nq out So-ead. ,t,,, WIDTH e i . AVERy 0 ,.«„(,(( 4. '...*., T,,:,,.. .N fRONI OF iND cvirndcr <i to C irloon—"Kiko and the Hears" Serial—"The I'lianlom Rider" Wilh Ilnck Jones Ailm.—Matinee & Night—10 & 25c Willi Ic Tax —Continuous Showing— Sunday - Monday This/Combine Mill tic demonstrated in SOVBEANS- 8 miles north of Ststigarl, Ark., en Highway, No. II, Sept. '15, 1836. For -further information write - , ;.'•'• .). A. DANIKLS Slulifart, Ark. Cartoon—"Scrappy's Tony" Comedy—"Movie Maniacs" wilh the 3 Stooges Mon. - Tues. - Wed. PAL NIGHTS! 3 Adults Admillcjl for Trice of 1 All Children—lOc 'Two Against the Wilh Humphrey Uogart and Beverly Roberts Paramount News, How to Train a Ttag, and Lucky Spill Adm.— Malincr A- Xisht— l With Ic ^*\ — Continuous Showini 35c —COMING SOO\— "I.OVK liCOIXS AT SO" — with Warren Hull and P:\trirb. Ellis. "HEART OF T1IK WKST"—with Wni. Boyd ntnl Jimmy Kllison. "STACK STRUCK"—Will! Hick rcwcll and .loan Wlomldt. "SWING TIMB"—wilh Frcil As- Inlrc and Ginifcr Rogers. "TKXAS RANGERS"—nilli Frcil IMnrMurray ami Jean 1'nitifr. "rF.PI'KR"—ivllh .lane Withers and In-ill S. Cobb. TUESDAY,' SEPT. 15— S75.00 BAN'K NIGHT! Hi' H t

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