The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 12, 1936
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f Ate two BLYtltEVlLLfc (AftK.) COUiUfeR NEWS Here's a Modernised Version of Corned Beef and Cabbage Social Cikadu ^ f- . TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs., J. Nick Thomas having Tuesday Bridge club. 'Young Matrons Bridge club meeting ulth Mrs. Lloyd Stick-: mm. '•Intermediate G. A. meeting nt First Baptist church at 4 pjn. Mrs J. W. Adams having ^Younger Set Brldgo club at 1 P. M. D. A. R. meeting ft I 1'. M. for .luncheon at the home of Mrs; George M. Lee, wllh Mi*. W. T. oberst, co-hostess. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs; James H. Bell having the Wednesday Bridge club. ^Sunbeams meeting at, Firs! Bap- Bapttst church nt 4 pm. * Jewish I-adles Aid meeting at 2\y> P. M at home of Mrs E M ' Jiffee, Osceola, - with: Mrs. Jack Applebaum co-hostess. tJr.-Sr Parent-Teacher association meeting at 3 P. M. In high sihool auditorium. ', ^Executive-Boaid 'of Ji.-Sr. P. •f. A. meeting In MI'S Hnrdy's cilice at'2:30 P. M. ^Chapter D. P. E O, meeting at 12 o'clock with Mlrs. Bay Worlhlngtdn and Miss Tliclma Worthlngtoh hostesses. ' ?•', THURSDAY'^ rVENTB >Mrs. t Carrol Bltvkcmoro having TjHirsdav - contract * club }Town and Country Bridge club rteetlng ulth Mrs. Guthrie King ft/US.. Cecil Shane having Mid- Week Bridge club -,Mrs T. H Hayucs hai Thursday Rook club at the home of her daughter, Mrs Russell Farr, at 2:30 P. M Under Spanish Influence 1>Slon Auxiliary Commltkr*. Announced. • Chairmen of \nrlous committees, to function In the American Legion Auxiliary this sear, weie n5«mcd by Miss Cora Lee Cole man, president, in a meeting Friday afternoon at the hut. They nre' Americanism, Mrs O G. Redman; child welfare, Mrs ' Ross Stevens; community service, Mrs. O. W. McCutclien, uorld war orphans, Mrs,' Welcl^ Foster, poppy, Mrs Paul Qreenwell; 'junior activities. Mrs Llojd V. Wise; leg- )s)attQtvJ~~MY$ S ' a Sternbcrg njembershlp, Mrs Edgar Bonmr railslc", Mrs Russell Fair; national publication, Mrs Howard Proctor; rehabilitation Mrs rlojd \?hltc; .national defense, Mrs W If PoltS'rci/'cradle roll, Mrs 0 E Crlgger; Fldac, Mrs Harry W, Halnes; trophy" and award, Mis. Loy Welch; constitution and bylaws, Mrs R. E Blaylock; employment, Mrs Edgar Borum Interesting plans were made for future acttUtics Membership »eck will be carried out beginning today and continuing through this week It \\as \otcd lo order 5CO flag buttons for the nn- i>ual sale on No\ ember 1, which ls_' to be conducted by Mrs Pros* tor A rummage sale will be held Saturday 'cm the night ol October 21, a number of the members plai (o attend the district membership rally nt Jonesboro vhcn Mrs Nels O Langsctt Of Hot Springs slate president, Mrs Fred Morrow of FajctleUllo nnd Mrs Jesse Cox-'of Hoi Springs, will bi guests of * honof. 'S: * • » Methodist Vounr People Hfive Regular Mcrtlnj. - The Mississippi County Youn People's union will have Its rcg ular business meeting Tucsdn: night at 8 o'clock at Ihe Firs Methodist church. *•- • * Mrs. talcs Honored. Mrs. . M. Fitzsimmons, Mrs. C O. Langston, Mrs. Herman Cross and, Mrs. M. N. Nunn cntertatnc Saturday :• afternoon at • the horn of .Mrs. Fltzslmmons In honor o Mrs W. p Gates, who will leav Wednesday for Mount picnsan and Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. Em ma Foley, of Chicago, guest Mrs Cates In the bridge game Mrs Emma Nolen won high scor prize, a double deck of card Mrs. Foley won high guest priz a pair of hose, and Mrs Gate was presented a handkerchief. The house wV decorated nit 'PHE low .basque . waistline Of till!) lovely evening gown, seen at. New York's Rainbow Room recently, is typical -"-• of the Spanish influence' : On .current ' fashions. Of shimmering black silk taffeta, it extremely full skirt, finished with a "fluted bowler, dropped shoulder line, and jewelled ornament at the front o£ the bodice; Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. .;. O. Harncs will 'return to Memphis today after spend Ing Hie week-mil at home. filie lias been at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Locklc lioss who ini- dcrwrnl a msijor operation at (lie Hapllsl. hospital and Is sci- Joiisly ,111. Mrs. Marlon A. zionclicck, .' of Washington, D. c., .arrived this morning for a. visit with |iei sister, Mrs. Jcssce stilt and Mi atitt. nt the Hotel Noble. Miss Esfra Llvlm;s\(in who underwent nn appendectomy at thp Dnpllsl hospital last week is re covering rapidly and will return licme Wednesday. Mrs. Emma Foley, who has been the house guest of Mr and Mri> W.' C. Cntrs for the past month, left yesterday Chicago. for her home In Mrs. W. A, Weldemcyer, of Little Hock, arrived yesterday to spend several weeks with her daughter, finrilly. Mrs. Nelll Heed, arid Mr. nml Mrs. Darwin Hyde, of ' guests of Mr. Theodore Login, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, Corntd B«f jnd Cabb W e 'i, just ab good bj ,nj olhc, n m,c-«|>c- rlally when puffej uotaloes lurii II Into Scalloped Corn Ifccf and X'abbage, I!j NLA Service I Corned beef wllh cabbigc seems 1 to he bised on an unending dc sire Dili \on cm refresh jc,ur menus with a variation of the 1 Fur With Fabric! nnclcn ttliemc. Scallop the dish meal. and. cover with n mnslicd potato until ;Iigh Cards Somelimes Lead Experts Out Over Their Heads «} WM f MrKlMMV y, American . Bridge Lea In the uirly dajs of conti tcl, cnallt& j/noutiihi^^jip h^lo-lhe housimls* Vcre tnken almosl ns a mller of course i This ^os b"- ausc players. had: hot yet, learned ww to vnluc the trick-tnkinBpow- Duplicate— E. nnd W. viil. South West North Kast Pass Pass P.i ss Pass 1 4 Pass 2 » 3 » Pass • 3 4t 4 * Pass 4 * Poss Double Pnss Opening lend — V 5! 10 The firsl bidding .- error \vas 'mndc ly Fast \\lth hh icspouse of two dliunonds with n four- inrri, sutt,\'II i:, still a pood htle lo Kispo^d \\itli Uo of ji mil "10 your , partner s 'opening b[d ' only ulicii^ holding fl\c or more Ilrul Fast bid one no trump it uould probably have icsullcd mucli )bcttcr. West could' not l)^ 1 bliuncd for -raising the dlamoiKls to three, but Oils bid of four clubs biiscd only on hops of a-slain. North opened Ihe five ofhearts, the-cnly : iuibiil-suit, nml Ilicn the fun-jbcgan." The trick was won wlllf ,lhe ace .and a spade finesse taken; North led another heart, nnd West's hand wns wrecked. He could win in nil only thrco trump tricks mid three aces In the pluln suits. It wns"n just penalty for n bidding ~sprco by himself and his partner. They liiul mixed their bids i with too much hope and too .little science. Detroit, were Hyde's cousin, find Mrs. liognn, last week'. Misses Pcguy ' Mc'Keel, • Mary Jean Affllck. Lynclte Tucker, Mrs. W. .'A. Afflict, uml C. W. .Affllck] attended the Horse Show In 1 Mem-' phis Sunday afternoon. : Mrs. Carroll Blakemorc has Ve- lurncd from Memuhis, where shi attended the wedding of' Miss Mnvy- Anlen Galloway and J. T. Towson, which occurred Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lcgan will KO lo Memphis thk evening to su, Wnltei Loyui, who will IUUL tonight toi New Orleans Walter, who has been cmpto/eci In the Memphis office of ' the United Press, has been reccilrt' promoted to 11 position In the New Orleans office. Mr. mid Mrs. W. T. Bafneit left yesterday for Detroit, where they will spend n week. Miss Jeanne Harrison, who ''attends Arkuisas Stnte college at Jont'ibflro spent ( ] ie w^ik-cr\! at Home. Slie' had as her guests Misses Jane Vnll, Marlanria; Frnii- cell Jelfcis McOroiy and Louls'e Stoddard, McCrory. Mr and Mrs. A. K. Carter win .• old-fashioned enthusiasm. Corned I;c6f In a pie with tomato and corn meal—cclor plus reliability. Boil 4 cups water, stir in 1 cup while or yellow corn Add , salt lotasle. Coook meal begins to thicken. top ; Use^ 1-2 .cups cooked corned Grease a round baking dish. Lino "with corn meal. Use 2 cups cubed corn beef niixed with 1-2 cup ccokcd cubed potatoes, 2 tablespoons . chopped green pepper, and i can condensed tomato .soup. Pcur Into corn meal shell. Over lop place small halls of the moist, cooked corn meal. Bake In mod- bref, cut into 1-2 inch cubes, and 3 cups cooked cabbage. Make 3 3-4 cups sinooth creamed sauce, seasoned lightly -with mustard anil a little lemon Juice. Oo easy on the salt because the corned beef will attend lo that. Beat I'ntato Well spent Sunday In Osccnla with Mrs. .George Carter and other relatives jtfrs A t K Carter wai thp ^guest'of honor at a *ulr tjidaj dinner Parker Cassidy who lias been cmplojcd In tho Kroger store here, has been transferred to Osceola. OlarciKC Palmer, 'of Memphis, spent'Sunday here as the guest of. Miss ' Sclina Hnrdln. Farmer England returned early today from .Tu.scaloosa, Ala. where he' attended -the Homr Coming Day at the University, having motored 'down : with the Carney Lislies Mary Louise' Posey Is ill at her home on Diivis street us result of an 'attack of 'appendicitis. MIX;the corned beet cubes, cabbage and crcnnv sauce. Pour Into a casserole. I^ow for .the cover. Mash 'your potaloc's, mix with butter '. liiul hot milk, ; then beat and beat and beat.- /They should by fluffy, airy, ready to leap for Joy. Spread over top of the other mixture then phce;in hot oven long enough to brown the potato ' /I N afternoon ensemble by'Lu-. .** cilo Paray illustrates the inter-' fish Ls-:no violation of the Inw. But Guy _ had spld the customer black bass, which is a violation of the state coiiservatlon law. Guy recalled then thai he had, met the customer before. ' "Yes." agreed the customer, "you have. Last January f arrested you for rushing without a license. I nm Harry Curry, game protector." Trees Die, City Is Sued KIRKSVILLE, Mo. IUP)—Several residents here have asked $5.500 damages from the gas company. They charge escaping gas has killed thslr 50 and 75-year-old shade trees. BAD FOOT ODOR Has caused many a man to lose a good wife because she could not stick with him until lie found a remedy that would keep his feet from smelling like "somelbint; tlio cat drug in". BROWN'S LOTION will positively stop RAD FOOT ODOKS and SWEATY CONDITIONS OP THE FEET with four applications or your money back. Applied only nt night. A positive cure for only sixty cents. At Kiroy Bros. Drug Co. 1 csting way important designers' tl ~ I are combining fur with fabrie' „,._ I - r ,-J,, , n »HU \-VIIJWJmnfi iwl Wllit ' IdUllU eiatc oven for a htlle less than this scason .. Fm , skin nlK , f an hour. Iicrcs a disb that is bolero (black Alaska seal), with : different, navorful and calculated borders and bands of cypress lo wake up any jaded appetite.' green lainage, are worn over a And it is very Inexpensive. I dress of.the same color in a light- Creamed Corned Beef Corned beef creamed nnd served ' on toast—a luncheon dish which need make no apolcgies. To your cream sauce, add 1 ia- tc/p,- Garnish • with ; a fresh sprig klcspcon catsup and a little chop- of parsley, then, place .before the.! ped parsley. Dice the corned bzc-f, family.. A new' Itlfc ncertajn to add and heat, Ice Mten Here Today „ , More than a dozen members ports were-that, he is doing nicely, j llf " lc Dc "a States Ice Dealers ' association,. representing towns In tills section, held an all day meeting at, the IIolcl Noble to- pnnli!(l.,to. the Baptist Hospital In I Memphis Saturday, night by nis father, lie was. operated upon yesterday morning and last u 1 Mrs.. . Lee. Maxwell visited her son. Monroe, who is a student in Columbia Military Academy, Columbia lenn Saturday and Sunday. She • was accompanied by Mrs. Ainiln Maxwell of Wilson. Mrs. Natalie King has accepted iv poslllon -In the offices of W. J. Driver. Mines, 'John B. Plannlgan, The visitors ness meeting and had In the Blue Room. held a busi- luncheon W. Edrington,' W. Percy Allen aiid, ': Realty Transfers Miss Mnry Allen Edrington nre in I Memphis' lodiiy, Roland Green nnd Mrs. Green of Blythcvllle nnd her brother, Carl Maxwell of Memphis were guests of their sister, Mrs. J. A. Pigg nnd Mr. Pigg yesterday. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F. Spicsc n'.irt (InUBlilcr. Carolyn Rose, drove Id Chlcngo Thursday nnd returned Jai! Penalty Results From Poor Memorj' BINOHAMTON, N. Y. (UP) — Martin. Gay, 52, couldn't recall a familiar face so he spent 30 days in jail. • While walking, down the .r.treel he was approached by a person whom he took at first glance to be a stranger. A second glance, however, and the face seemed familiar. Bill' he couldn't recall Ihe circumstances 'linileV which he had seen the face bcfcre. "Got any • fell for sale?" Gas was • asked. , "Yes,", said Gay. , I ''I'll take 50 - cents worth,V~.said the customer. ! When the, transaction was .coin-, plctcd,: the customer Warranty Dml.s ..E. F., Davis, • Maude K. Davis ony and amiouiiccd: to Douglas Davis, cast half of (he northeast tiuarter of section 3, township U north, range 11 cast. "You're under arrcsll" Gny didn't rcmonslralo. Selling red -' radiance.;-. ro.scs course was served. and an Ice Son Bom. Mr. and .Mrs. Carl Cain, nn- nouncc the : birth of , a 'son at their home on Broadway this rnqmlng. The child, who weighed' nine pounds, has 'not been named. Manila • Society — Personal = The Missionary society of the Wrst Methodist church met with MUs Martha Matthews at the Community Center Friday afternoon A box was filled to be sent to the Woman's Building at Mount Sequoiah Plans were'discussed for a joint Hallowe'en v entcrtatnment to bo giv- - cri'by thc^Communily center workers and thc,iiisslonary society. Mrs Jack Tlpton. hod charge of the £ibl« study". ;«.,•!•• -.Re*, and Mfs John Hanlson, Mfnes. G. O. Stuart, Fred Nced- hirn, Albert Scolt, Burton, W. O , Green, L. E Mobley, Charley Swain, Ij=V.^5t«\ens, Jack Tipton, H. W. Oo»»ns, O. H. Ashabranner, and Misses Martha Matthews and Al- cr of their own cards or hoiv to combine the partnership holdings to reach the best filial, contract. Nowadays, In Unirnainenl play, nn almost sure way of breaking into print Is to lake a set' of 1000 or mere, nnd Ihe haplcs!; player will find newspaper '' r rc|iorlers crowding nroimd to learn 'tho lurid details of the disaster. One- such occurred lo a well- known master . player at the recent American Bridge I.onsue western states tournament In Co-j lumbus, O., but, I nm too soft-| iicarlcd lo revenl the name ol ; tbc master who- went down 1100' points, or' four tricks, at his game; contract in spades. j medn Berry represented the Methodist missionary society of Manila at the zone meeting nt Osceola on Thursday., -• . Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Horncr nnd family left 'Sunday for Louisville, Miss., where Mr. liorne'r Tnday's' Contract Problem West is pliiying » small slam , conlrael in no trump. On Hie ; oitcning lead, lie plnys Ihe act-' from dummy, and South drops : Ihe king. Wlinl sliould Weil do if, on piny ot Hie hc'arl suit, he finds that South'lield five originally? : - , • ' (Blind) .'•'.'•' (Blind), None vnl. Op'cn'cr^V Solution in ne.xliissiic! 10 Osccola Society — Personal : Miss Lois. Isnbcl of Joncsboio \vas the weekend guest of Mrs.' Leonard Fendergrast. i Mrs. E. W. Wayne nnd (laugii-j ter, Gene, of Paragould are! guests; of her slstcr-ln-law, Mrs.- John A. 1 Edrington and Mr. Ed- 1 :lnqlon today. Jimmle Dlllard who is a freshman at Union University, Jackson. Tcnn,, spent the weekend .with his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. Havcnport hhd as their guests yesterday Mirs Mary Sochlis and. Miss Dorothy be the guest of the local president, Mrs. W. W. Prcwilt, Wed- icsday and win speak at the reg- ilar meeting of the P.-T. A. in he High School auditorium Wcd- icday afternoon. The public i'l cordially Invited. Among the Osceolans in Mcm- lils yesterday were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colei^n, Mr. and Mrs. I.. 0. 1). Youiii;, Hon. W. J. driver and Mrs. Driver, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Driver, jr., Mrs. Ida fucker and Mrs. C. E. lintlcr. The Rev. Louis Saunders, pas- McCrac.of Oriin, Mo. Mr. anil Mrs. I.,, f,. Sllct cf employed with Harvester Co. the International Experimental 4-H Club Planned lor Manila An experimental 4-H club, which will offer n selected membership training In art, curving, hand weaving, community singing, civic problems, etiquette nnd social development, will be organized at Manila for 1937, It has been announced by- Arnold Phillips, leader in 4-H activities. Membership wili »* limitert i- 20 persons and application will be accepted only after they hive been passed upon and approved bv n committee. Classes In the various club activities will be held weekly. : Applications should be made by mail, addressed to Arnold Phillips. Manila;, .Ark. Applicants , accepted for membership will be notified by mail. " • ! Baptist Men Will Meet Each Night vthis WeciO Every night this week, from 7:30 to 8:30, the Men's organiza- lion of the First ISnptist church will meet, with the two team.", ol which Ivy Crawford : nntf U. W. Mullins nre captains, presenting Ihe programs. Tonight nev. Alfred Carpenter will present tho Inspirational message on the program. Ilk subject be "A Mysterious Wrc.illin" Match." All members nnd friends o; the organization nre Invited to thc.ii> meetings. HELPS PREVENT MANY COLDS Especially designed aid for nose and upixr throat, where most colds slart. VICKS VATRO NOL Jackson. Tenn., nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Stovall ot .Martin. Tcnn.. spent (lie weeked here as gucsb or Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. Slier. Mrs. Everett.. Dallas Is spending this week with relatives in Cairo "i. .-: : -^> : '.('•- : -': Attorney Irving-Grccr nnd Mrs. Grcer of,, Hnrrlsburg visited Mr nnd Mrs. ; Dave .Gwallncy • Sunday D. II,; Dlackwood jr. suffered u . acute ntlnck of .appendicitis Saturday afternoon, nnd was actum- "My Skji Was Full of Pintles and Blemsnes' Pjrs V«rnj Schlerp: "Since mine A.|- lorlka lh« plmpleg ar* ronp. My skin I • mooth .irtd Kloivs v.Mh health." Ml/i n?oil Aillfrlka for 1u*( tiro wcpk« ar amnTnl nl lion- 1} hnn clcitreil u' i-o^ipl(.T|on,'' AtlCenka vashci J Klrby Bros. Drug Co. Nature Outdoes Farmer MacLEOD, Alia. (UP) — S. J. Pihder, a dairy farmer, started iu Pridav Mrs Smises mother, Mr.s.| <!lg „ rtitcll on llis !mn hcre M n , Chicago, returned ! created ..a 'lake. As "he swun; hii vth them for nn extended visit. pickj hc til - pl)( , tl „„ Artesian wnter Thej spent jcsterdny m - supply. The . water came .flowin out, creRling a lake three feel " "" «* ^ IN JIE5IORIAM In loving memory' of Karon Tnnsil Fly. who left us a year ago Saturday—by her devoted auntie, Mrs. O. C. Oanskc. As gently as the falling shades ol cvcnlne, As softly as the rising mists of dawn, You questing vision, Questions That Some Folks Ask Aljoiil Cardui BFNEF1T FOR MAL-NUTRITION Thousands ol women; ltsl',"y Cardui has lieiped them to overcome mal-nulrition and lo ease many of the functional pains of menstruation. "What Is meant by 'helping lo overcome mal-nutrition 1 ?" Cardui contains extracts of two plants which are classed among the "bitters" in medicine because they are known to increase the flow of digestive juices—to improve rii,?es(ion—so there is craving for sufficient food for the body's needs, and by their action more energy (or strength) is obtained from the food eaten. The food., of course, brings the additional strength, but Cardui ser- Scnsini; lowed on. from life cue .whossj vcs as the means to this end by ""'"" " its good influence on the dlgcs- lijlit beyond, bill fol- tor of the Christian church, left . . (his morning for Kansas City to! And Ko wc know 5' ou slcc l' allcnd the convention ot the ' °! mll ;V vakin »' Oisciplcs of Christ, meeting there this week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young, Mr. and -Mrs. A. W. Young and children -'spoilt yesterday wllh their sdh/ind brother. Joe Clny Young and Mrs., Young at Lake City. Mrs. A. W. Young and children went from there to Jonc-sboro to spend .the'.remainder of the week .with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Love. live system. —Adv. 3C104 JIallic Lea Montague (Mrs. II. li.) C13 Reck, Little Rock, Arkansas But not bejond God's omnipresent Southern Historical aiul Genc'a- care; And in that day when death knows its awakening Perhaps you, too, will guide gently there. logical Research. Lineage Papers for Patriotic Soi cictics and family Histories prc- pared. Read courier News want Ads. FOR SALE "Bernat" Knitting Yarns FREE INSTRUCTION Regular, classes Mrs. Leslie Hooper - Mrc. A. d Haley 1103 Chickasawba - Phone 702 Fall class opens Friday. 2:3o r. M. Hallowe'en Oirnival Clear Lake School Friday. Oct. 1C. 7:30 Prccccds for radio and books for fchocl. Popularity contest wins cake. Free games. WINTER COATS Cleaned Repaired Relined l.,cl our export craftsmen p u I your winter coats in wearable con- dilinn now . . . you'll like our service- and our moderate prices. Phone 53 HUDSON Clnlliicj;-'l'ai!ari(Jleaner built • The Maytag tub is cast-aluminum, the finest, most practical material fora M-aslicr tub. It is built in one piece, and specially shaped to give the most effective washing action.Othcr May tag features .ire equally distinctive in (]cslgn > qu.ility and performance. A Maytag U easy to own on our divided payment plan. Powered with gasoline Multi-Motor forhomcswitriouiclcaricit)'.* Von may ahoironilc qtick, eaiy tr.odtrn uwjr tcit/i iht A r /» Majtag Irctttr, E. B. GEE SALES CO., INC. I'honc 67 Main and Fifth T Ht limAO COMPANY • ''• Mli»!«lonn • Tmrfrt III! . NtWTOH, fO¥f* Everything for ydlir entertainment and comfort Continuous .Showing Every Day Last Time Today 'Old Hutch' With Wallace Heiry, Kric Linden and Cecilia I'arlscr Paramount News $ Comedy. —Admission— aialinrc—10 & . 25c—With Ic Tax NifTlil—15 ft 35c—Wllh Ic Tax TUESDAY IS $175 BANK NIGHT! WRECKING THE RACKET) .A COLUMBIA •Also Voice , of Experiences nnd Comedy — Admission — Malincc— 10 & 25c— With lo, Tax Night— IS & 35c— With Ic.'Tix You can allcnd the Tuc.s- ilay, register, 'nnd have ' n chaiu-c (D win Hunk ])r|!!)sil ivlllictit be- inj present Tuesday night! SOON— "WEDDING PRKSENT" with Jmit licnnett and Carj- Grant. "DIMPLES" wilh Shirley Temple. "BIG BROADCAST OF 1937" with All-Slar Cast! ROXY Adm.—Always 10 * 25c— Ic Tax SIiow livery Niglil Malinrcs Friday, Saturday, Sunday Frlilny & Sunday Malincc!.s—2:15 Satiirdity IMalfncc: — Continuous Sliov.ins — 1:00 Till 11:00 P. M. Last Time Today Miiry EHi s j n The Fatal Lady' \ With Norman Foster and Alan Mowbrny •ex iMovictnnc \c\v.s and Comedy Tue. - Wed. - Thur. PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Artmiflcd fnr Trice of All Chilllrcn—10c Doughis ninnlgomcr)' in 'Harmony Lane' With Evelyn VenaWc nml Ailricunc Ames The slraiigc love life of Ihe rrun who wrote "My Old Kentucky Hcmc" Also Selected Short Subjects Friday - Merchants Cash Day Award ! Jack Pot $81,90 , fast Friday .Mght Mrs. • W. H.i V'•; Trumblc wns HIP lucky winner. -' j

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