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?AGE TWO BLn;HEVILLE.,(ARK.) COURIER NEWS CHURCH NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, --1939 COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET Thb Tkktt Will Admit ' Jack lecher & Companion ', Manila, R(, 2 ' / --to Hie— KtTZ THEATER ' —to tff— ' "SANTA FE STAMPEDL" Social Calendar MONDAY'S CALENDAR Woman's Missionary society, 1'nsl Methodist church, meeting 2 30 o'clcck at church. Circle One, Woman's Auxiliary, Flist Presbyterian church, meeting 2'SO o'clock with Mis Rodney Banister, Circle Two, "Mrs. Cora Bojd, Glide thre*, Mrs James A. O\er- hoiser; Circle Four, 1 30 o'clock Y.ith Mrs. Alice WoiAmk. Circle i One, Woman 1 *, Missionary Union, First Baptist church, Mrs Tom W Jackson, Circle Tuo, Mrs Wilte'r Bishop; Ciiole Three, at church; Circle Foui, Mrs Theodore Slogan; Circle Five, Mrs. W. H. Holcomb; Circle Six, Mrs. Alvih Huffman. "Mrs. John W Mejer entertaining Gleaners Sunday school class, Fust * Baptist church, 1 30 o'clock Business and Professional Woman's club meeting 1 30 o'ckck at Hotel Noble. Roman's Coutictl, First Chilstton church, meeting 2 30 o'clock at church Mrs Jinny Malonc and Mis O. N Allison entertaining \Vt man's Missionary society, Lake Street Methodist church, 2 30 o'clock at home of the Rev. J. T Ho-d 1 TUESDAY'S EVENTS Tlie Business snd Professional Women's Circle, First Methocilsl church, meeting 7.30 o'clock al church Ladies' Aid, Temple Israel, bponsor- mg teheflt musical at Temple, eight o'ckck. Mrs Murray Smart cntciialnliig Tuesday club. Mrs John c. McHuney haulig .Tuesda.v Contract club. Tuesday Afternoon club nicotine with Mrs Ellis Snipes Mrs M A Isaacs entertaining Tuesday Bridge club WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS %Mfs Charles Langston Jr, cntci- - lalning ADC Bridge dull Mrs Dwight Gotten enteilaiiiing Thursday Bridge club Town and Countn club meeting Mrs Hugh Harbert THURSDAY'S KVENTS '-Mrs Rodney L Banister cntci- ammg Thursday Contract club SrUttlc Theater Meeting 7'30 o'clock 't city hall ' '-Ladies' Aid, Temple Israel, meet- ig *ith Mrs I, K Hmwarg, Os- 1«, eight o'clcok rs L H Moore cnlcilninlng Delta Contract' club Mrs W W Shavei having Thuis- day Dessert club Double Four club meeting with Mrs Thcodcrc Logan Mrs Ross D Hughes entertaining Thursday Luncheon cltib Mid Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs W L, Homer FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs J P Holland entertaining Friday Bridge club FLAPPER FANNY By syivi. — COM. IJJ9B1TNCA SERVICE. WC. T H nrr. V. 5. f\T. Qff, "An'-if you donate a sail, tliink !iow proud you'll be when Higginbbtham's Delicatessen makes a touchdown!" own .guests, who attended the Bachelors' club dance hi the Amcr- can Lejibn Hut last night follow- ng the lily'lhovlllD-Liltlo Rock football gnme. Among Ilio 10t> guests nl the -lance were the Bellowing from out of town: Miss Melba Powell Of Difirksdalc, Miss., Miss Betty Lou Kramer of Little- Rock, and Miss Margaret Dulahcy of Portagevillc, icuseguests of Miss Mary Jeanne' Affltck; Billy Nicholson, Howard Mo\ven, Mr. and Mrs. Tiny Mann, of Wilson; Miss Clementine Sovran , Miss Josephine Frazler, Junior D:yle, of Osceola. - • . * * Halloween IMtly Gi\ en (at Club 28 A Hall:\veen motif was Carried out in the decorations of the danc- ng party given :at the Wdmiin's club Thursday bight when menials of Club 28 were entertained by Mr and Mrs Frank Whilworth, Nazarene Delegates meeting the pep squad in marcon skirls and white, hooded sweaters in the center Of the field for the formations of L. R,, B. Jr, and a /out- pointed star. Tlie band is under 'the direction of Charles Morehead. Bits of Newi Mostly Pet-foul* J. F. Willcoxon, and. Wlnficd Polk, of Cornmg, were the guests of Miss Maurine Bi'ansoh yesterday, having come especially for'IHe " ; s"<< *n i;ou ucmux. Blytheville-LiUle Rock football Message: "The Holy Catholic game last night. -, ,. Church." This is the sixth of a MIC 7.0! n.. tr n ...i..... ,.u. v. series of sermons on the Apostles' TABERNACLE Mi) Cherry street 0, W, Doss, pastor 0:45 »-. in. Sunday school. Lclhii Wcntherford, Suiiday school sup- eiintendent. 11:00 a, m. Worship service. 7:16 p. in. Young People's service. . ••• , 1:45 p. ni., Evangelistic servi'ce. 1:30 p, in., Wednesday, Midweek prayer service. MUST METHODIST- CHUKCH Corner Main & Seventh Sts. E. B, Williams, pastor Church school, 0:45 a. ! m. S. K. Onvretl, superintendent. ; , Morning worship. 10:55 o'clock. Anthem: "The Voice in ihb Wilderness", Scoll. Message: ''The Anguish of Hall- tire." Night at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Zal B. Harrison unriMri A. B. Holland spent yeslcrriay ii Rector with" their fntlier ivho I seriously ID hi lils home there. Miss Jcnn Stacy nhd Miss Billl Lcggett. who attend the University of Mlssisslnnf at Oxford, ar spehding the weekend here will their parents, Mr. anci Mrs. E. /I Stacy and Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Leg gctl. They, came as far as wilsoi with Miss Kuby Crain, alw a stu dent at Ole Miss, they were me there by Mrsl.Stacy, . • . John R,.- ArnolU, Dale Cooper am John T. Patton, of. Johestero, .wer the guests last night of Miss Je.ii Harrison and Miss •Juanila, Coch ran, liaving come especially for the Blytheville-Lilllc Rock f o b fb n-1 game. ;•;/ Mrs. E..M. Bryan Sr. and fsiinlh have-as their .guests over the'week end. Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Bryhn nil 1 family, of Fredeflclito'wn, Mo. _ " . JUIJIIIJT, m rjuuencKtovvn, Mo Return From Meeting: Miss E!alne Anderson and MISS 'Gloria Rpssm- nf T.dtin r>.-/.t. ,.i>^ .--V of Little R,;ck, „.,' The nine delegates from u,,, a '' c . scho o |ma tes at Hendrix colic? First Church of the Nnzarcne have nl c ° m vf>y, are spending the week returned'.from Little Rock wlicro ™, » C1 ' B with Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubcr they attended the -Naztironc stile £? Ucr S1ld Mr - Rlul Mrs. J..N1"! • •-•-- Thomas Sr. Mrs. Potter nnd Mr and Mrs. Tlumas met Ihem • ii Assembly. Delegates wore: Mrs. J, L. Tyrone, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Alexander, Mrs. O. A. Dunavani, Mrs. Dan Roberts, Mrs. S. B. 'Gregory, Mrs. Mqilic Bean, Mrs. S, B. Dam • rou nhd Mrs, Dixie Htcks. ... Another .group 'from licre went over Thursday .when the election 'of the district superinteiidrrit ivns held. The Rev. Holland London of Memphis yesterday liml wilt them back there tomorrow. Dr. D. C. McLean, who/is ill' ii the Bivtheville hpspilnl, is slowlj Improving but will be unable ti have visitors f:v several days yet Df." nnd' Mrs. A/ M.'Waslibnru and daughter. Miss Martha;' ant son; Jolin, of Litlle Rock, former!} , ull , WBrB . lvllss uorol Ml and Mrs. W. D. Wood and Mf. i ce . MfX L. Q. Tyrone, Mrs. •" - Little Reck, «'lio has been circled of here, spent last night here hav- Uimniniously for the last four years, I hig cpine ..especially, for the Littl was re-elected with but one vote I R:ck-B'lythevlllc .- football cast ;ag«inst' Win. He will be licie " ' Wednesday .night., ' Those 'who went over ' for <mu only were: Mis's Dorothy Ry- 3hU Mrs.- J'V M. Williams: Mr aiid Mrs. L. G, Nnsh were juests cf the club for the nffnir. Dancing and 'fortune-, telling i>y Bail Buckley, who portraycrt 'the Wlraulof Oz, nnnlscd Ih'c before supper o'clock. Pumpkins were arranged on the nanlel ami .In the center of the refreshment fable. Hcill;weenscencs «'cre depicted on (he table cloth and on the paper decoration.'; about he ballroom. served at "II Bentflt Bridge Tarlj Ycittrday Is Success The benefit bridge paily -.pon- sored yesterday by the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the CCnfcderncy at the Woman's club was attended b\ 36 guests, who Included 17 out ol town visitors U A Halloween scheme vns carried !; out in the successful party. Yellow flowers and table ruhnors in orange nnd black .emphasized the Hnllo- ween colors Tallies were bind, cats and the score pads «Cre in the ,? shape of pumpkins High scrrers at the party were Mrs W N Fisher, of ' Caruthersville, high, Mrs. W. L. Horncr, second high, Mrs. C. Motiinger, third high, ana Mrs Edwin Huffman of Caruthersville, fourth high Mrs.'H. H. Howchins, Mrs. Ed- Win Robinson and Mrs WalK-r H Baker received the cakes -\inch \\erft given auay In artdition to these prizes, table and attendance piizes uere also eh en A salad plate with coffee was served after the awaids bad been made. CU of lortn guests Here Mr* Fishfir Mrs Huffman. Mrs Parker Kersey, Mrs J S Wall. Mrs Meal Helm, Mn Jaine^ Vnn Au-i.lnlc Mrs Louis Schult Mrs J A S-hu- macher, a'l of CaruthcrsMle, Mrs Russell B-wcn, Mr> C B Wood Sr., Mrs J D. Smith and Mn j' I MUIltli, all ot Luxora, Mrs Ben Green. Mrs Sam Coble. Mrs J. A Pigg and Mrs Tahuadge Ton ate all of Osceola. ' • \ 4 Bible Class SfceU tin. fc, B Wilhalns ga\e the dc- Vdtlonal from the 21st Psalm ni (he meeting ot the Ladiev Bible cwss of the First Mcthomst chuirh nl the hcme of Mrs V M Krister last night Alter the devotional and pra\cr by Mrs. Williams. Sirs Sallic Hub- letj 'prteSded over the business ses- sicn Mrs. Einrna Burttey of Mansfield, Mo, house guest of Mr and Mrs. P. E. ..Cpoley, closed the meet- Ing with/prai er, Games *^rfc plajcd during the social 'hour at which tune Mrs Bfisltr served" refreshments. " • » » Dance FeWtws v In Hie United States', the most snow falls In iWrunry. the shortest month. Rend Courier News ivnnt aris. crt Tyrone, Miss Lucille Tyrohi.-, 'Mrs. .Jack arker. • ;•;• Band And Pep Squad In Sparkling Drill The muroon arid while tock to Hnley Field between the halves or Ulc Blythevilic-LltUc Rock football game last night with n great burst of banrt music, attractive (iruin iiinjorctte.5 nnd n cheering pep squad for a cldmonstratlon rc- samblftig those of Hie big time collegiate games. The band in innrqon \Vlth while trim, led by 'majorettes in while, entered the field from the soutli .game They were; the guests of Mr. .and Mrs. John C. McHahey, and other friends. They returned this. after noon. ; ' • ••"• •••' Miss Allyce Nelson, of tittli Rock, and Miss Dor:thy Jean Bake of Parkin, arc spending the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs., H. -A Nelson. Hubert Potter is - attending tc business In [Memphis todav. Ira Gray Jr.,-who'attends Arkansas Slate College at J;hesboro. came over last, night for the Blytheville- Llttle Rock football game." Bobby Dean Is spending the week- em! In Lcachvlllc will) his parent. 1 ?. Mr. mid Mrs. T. p. Dean. He wil) return' tomorrow. Macaroni and vanilla ucre introduced to the United Rtat/"'iv Thomas Jerrers;n. third President Read Ccurier News vrnnl arts. Extremes Of Evening GJanior Meet A nuaibet- of Little Rock Uns and , - - f „ , tte teaa^ irere smong the out of a^ ', i CONTRASTS of glamor •#;*"'are apparent In the ^•vcostumes for the screen Aversion ot Clare Boolli'c's stage hit, "The Women". Exotic glamor might be represented by Pauletle Ooddarri's figure-molding creation al left. It's of raspberry-colored chiffon banded ill graduated ., sequins nnd circularly draped. The long shoulder train can be worn as a sari. Homespun in appearance, but far from it in fact is Joan Crawford s f/a dinner dress at right. De spite its simple, ginghainy look, it is of red and while checked silk. Over it she wears a short fitted jacket ol natural linen, Incod with Ihc dress ma- .terial. The checked silk :;^i also trims the pockets and gg forms the bandanna-like ; .#AK hond. Creed. D:OC-11:30 o'clock each morning the Pastor will be in his study to see nuyonc who wishes to counsel svlth him. Wednesday, 1:30 p. m. Dibie study. Thursday, 1:30 p. m. Choir Trac- llce. Sunday, 0:40 .p. m. The Young People will meet in their, respective department*. ~ •: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH • Walnut at Eighth Alfred Carpenter, Vaster Sunday: 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:40 a. m. Fornihg Worship- Special Musiu. Anthem—"Let Mount Zibn Rejoice." Sermon — "World Need." • • G:30 j). ni. Training Union. 1:30 p. in. Preaching service- Special music "Cries From Dying Men." Sermon — "Galls From The Cross." Wednesday All-church .Night: 7:00 p. m. Departmental mcet- v:SO p. m. Mid-.Wcek Service. " 8:30 p. in. Choir Rehearsal. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30 a. in. Sunday school. ' KEISKR aiETIIODISt CHURCH 15. E. L. Bcarden, Jr., pastor Church school nt 10 a. m. Morning • services at 11 o'clock. The pastor will use as his subject. "The Religion of the Good Old Days." No evening services. I/AKE STREET METHODIST cfiuhcit I', ftt. Sweet, jiaslur 9:45 a. in. Church school. . •:> , 10:45 a. in.- Preacliing i service.'' 0:30 p. in. Young People's meetings. •7:30 p. in. Preaching by Rev. Don Tltomiis, of Manila. 7:30 p. m. Monday, Dr. E. W. Potter will preach and hold the Fourth Quarterly Council. 7:30 p. in., Tuesday, Board of Stewards meet at church. 7:30 p. m.- Wednesday, Prayer iervice. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CiiUkCI! II. J. Klcidicnst, pastor Divine service 0:45 a.m. Sermon topic: "Ye Are God's Building." The regular quarterly congregational meeting will lake place after the morning 'service. Sunday .school sessirn 10:45 (i.h'i. tosses for all age.?. Sunday school'Teachers' Institute 0:30 p.m. Evening worship: 7:30 pirn. Even- Ing services every second and fourth Sunday. Subject for kmorrpw: "An Heroic Example of Testifying {•'aith." Advanced class oh Christian Instruction meets Sunday 2:30; Tuesday and Thursday 3:45 p.hi. 'Adult class on Fundamentals heels Monday at 5:30 and 7:30 .m. Tram'ins class niects Mlliday and Wednesday 3:45 p.m. Yon are invited to join any ot ,hcse groups. We preach nnd teach Christ ant) Him crucified. 1'VIA. GO.STEL CIIUKC'II A. A. Jenkins, pastor f.llly :imt Vine Sticcts '0:45 n.m. Sunday school.' Roy Handloy, suncrlntcnilcnt. 111:00 a.m. Morning worship. 6:« p.m. P. Y. P. 'A. 7:'ia p.m. Evening service. FIKST CHRISTIAN CIIUKCil Slain at SUth tico. \V. I'.ittcrsoii, minister Bible school. W. O. Gcurin, superintendent. Wcrshlp, communion and preaching 11:00 n.m. The pastor will preach. Worship anil preaching 7:30 p.m. The pastw will. bring the message.! Wednesday, fliecia! services to be' announced. ' ' W« most cordially Invite the pub- lie. Strangers In our cltv espciuunv invited. We'll try lo mate you glad you came our way.' FIKST CIIUHCII OF THE NAXARENK J. L. \VooJman, pastor 9;45 a.m. Sunday school. E. L. Evans, superintendent. / 11:00 a.m..Morning worship. Sermon subject, "the Integrated Life". , 0:15 p.m. t.f. Y. P. S. Miltlnil Mayo, president. ' 7:33 p.m. Evening service. Ser- mon^suhject, "Suburbs of the Kingdom' .Wednesday prayer service. night, .mid-week Everyone Is cordially invited lo allcrid those services. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Sand Spr ing s, Okla., Preacher To Succeed Mrs. Eupha Beasley The Rev. J. L. Woolmnn has been called here from Sand Springs, Okla., to the pastorate of the local First Church, cf the Naz- arcnc. !tc succeeds the Rev. Eupha £>, .fieastey. who resigned to enter the evangelistic field. • .The new pastor will preach his iirst sermon here Sunday morning. His subject will be "The Integrated Life." Sunday night, he will talk on. "Suburbs of the Kingdom." J16 S. Broadway "ARE SIN, DISEASE, AND DEATH REAL?" Is ,the subject ofi thlrd pastorale. Previously he had the Lesson-Sermon which will be! bem . ln evangelistic work. He rc- is (he Rev. Mr. Woolmau's read in all ChUrches of Christ, Scientist,- en Sunday, October 8 1939. : The Golden Text is "Bless the Lord, O iny soul, anil forget not all his •benefits: who forgiveth ail thine Iniquities; who hcalcth all thy diseases." Psalms 103:2,3. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "The law of the Lord is perfect, converting the soul: the tes'tK niony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple." Psalms 10:7. , The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following, passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy: "The belief in sin and death 'is destroyed by the law of God, which is the law of Life Instead of death, of harmony instead of discord, of Spirit instead of the flesh." Page 253. ' FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Jalncs A. Ovcrholser, minister Sunday school D:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. Theme, "What Must I Do To Be Saved?"^-the Scriptural answer to the universal question. Young Peoples meeting 0:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Theme, "The Symptoms of Salvatkn." Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 P.III. . Everyone not attending services elsewhere is cordially invited to make this'his church home, Visitors in the city especially welcome. TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, Rabbi 1:30 p.m. Religious school classes will meet. 3:00 p.m. 'Services will be held. Sermon topic: "What Is Creative Life?"'Following the recent h;liday season it is customary to resume the reading of '-Scriptures: ;Usitt? the well-known Genesis accounts ol crcnlten as a background, the discussion will deal with the various Iheories of creative living, placing particular emphasis on the theory ef creative synthesis, that as a result of tlie combination of existing materials new products arise having qualities that .nre greater than their individual components. 'Everyone is most cordially invited 'o Ultend. ceiveti .jiid. ministerial training in Oklahoma. Mrs. Woclmnn and their two children, Linda; Sue and Lorctta Jeai), .will 'arrive' liext week. Both the 'pastor <mrl Mrs. 'Woolinan sing aivd music plays an important part. In their church program. The Rev. Mrs. Beasley will return today from Little Rock where she has been attending the state 'Assembly. Her first mectine In hei hew line, of work will be at Grchada, Miss,, from where she will go to Elkton, Ky., befcre turning to Mississippi for the district assembly. • At The Hospitals Blj'lheMilc Itospilal Mrs. R'usscll Baugh. city, admitted. Mrs. C. B. Sigler, Hayti, dismissed. ' Nancy McGill, city, dismissed. Memphis' Baptist Hcspital Frank Moss Jr., Driver, admitted. Memphis JUcLcmore Clinic Moat'en Sick-3ls. Manila, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs.- Newberry Johnson. Steelc, admitted. Sammy D. Pfict, Osceola, admitted. Walk Hospital Mrs. B. M. Kwllces, Caruthcrs- viile. •admitted. Mrs. Jesse Roberts. Holland, dismissed. Born to Mr. and "Mrs. Walter lienson, city, a son. late Friday. Program For Benefit Musical Announcec The program fcr the benefit musical to to given Tuesday night at eight o'clock at the Temple Israel under 'the. nuspices of the Ladies' Aid of the Temple was announced today. Mrs. Rose Ocldberg, of Osceola and Mrs. Walter Hosenlhal were the committee in charge of arranging the program. i A trio composed of Miss Jean Bcurlaiid. Miss Betty Jean Hili and Miss Mary Nell Patterson \sili open the program with the song "Over the Rainbow". They wil be accompanied by Miss Kathryn Girear. Miss Mary Virginia Segraves of Osceola, will next play a group of accordion selections before Mis Patterson sings "Oil, You Crazy Moon." She will be accompanied by Miss Bqurland. Miss Elizabeth McLsan will read "The proposal" alter which Miss Jean Chiles, of Oscecla, -will sing "A Man and His Dream". She will ue accompanied by Mrs. Donald Wcrtz, of Osceola. S, Bmdursky, i accompanied by his mother, Mis. j Addie Bindurskf, of Lepaiito, will sing ."Dark Eyes" aiid i''A Kid Named J:e". ,' .. , "Just For You".is Ihc title of the duet to be sung by Miss Chiles and Joe Brown Gwynn, of Osceola, Who will be accimpanlcd by Mrs. Wertz The program will be concludec ^ith a piano solo of "LieuestraUm' by Miss Kathryn Drear. Mrs. M. L. Skaller will announce the program. Mrs. S. Jicdel and Mrs. Louis Applebaum will be ushers f"r the affair and Mrs. Jiedei ant Mrs. S. Joseph arc in charge o! the floral decorations. A b.-ild-headcri man in England has hnd n portrait of King George Inttoed on his head. Arizona To Slrenglheii Guard PHOENIX, Ariz. (UP)—The Arizona National Guard hopes to in crease its enlistment by 20 per cent as 'Arizona's pai'l to help bolster national defense forces. The personnel now numbers 1,234. Read Ccurier News -ttiuit ads. You'll 'Enjoy Our SUNDAY DINNER 50c TRH5SCH MAN'S CAFE Across From ('Hy Hall UAPPY H OUR I CRO.& "MKT. KREK DKUVERY ISP Vr'. Main si. I'honc K GUARANTEED SATISFACTION ON Vurnacc Oil Slovc Oil Ulcscl Fuel Tractor l-'url R.CFARR I'honcv. Day f,(||), of "I'm 'particular about my shlrls, lliaf's why I alwxys str.tl them to iiic VILLIi STEAM I.AUNDllY Thty launder I hem perfectly." Betler Laundry and Dry Cleaning Sod;i Top Quenclies Fire VAHNV1LLE, S. 0. IUP)—A fire 11 a small grocery here was cx- int'iiiilied wiicn so'da pop bottles vere heated by the Wane, the lops ,/L Mpped off and • the liquid squirted i| out. Tlie first thing the owner knew df the blaze was the next noniing when he opened the store and found the burned place and the fltor wet with soda pop. Read. Ccurier News waul ads. ROXY AdmlMlon Elwa;> 10c Ii tte Last Times Today Also cartoon & serial Oti'i) Dogs." Continuous show Saturday. Sunday - Monday Everything for your entertainment and contfort. Watch Society Pife / Of Courier Kewi F« Free Show Guests Saturday Only Also carlfron '& serial "Oregon Trail." Continuous shoB'. Admission till 3:00 p.m. Ifc A 26c j Admission after 5 p.m. iSc & ytc' Sunday-Monday T41E LUCKY Unit STONE MkfcejffibNEY Cecilia M8KER FayHOlDEH Special taramouiit Kcws Reel of I-'irsl Wbrld Scries Game. Also Paramount N'C\«, Wall Dis! ncy CaKoon *•-Comedy, Continu- ' ous show Sumlay. rtdin. Sim. i\fnt. «; Niglil Ifo ^ 360 | Artmis. Monday Matincc 10r it. 2Cc i Ailmis'Jou Monday Night 16c Jfc 3Gc $ s § § § s Friday, Oct. 13th 175 Good Reasons Why You Should Attend Mai incc; or Night,

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