The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 14, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 14, 1932
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BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.? COURIER NEWS M. Soddy Cattnda, •• -*' -. " ' . . t . . y scliobl will' biW a box wtpper betinnUn it 1 p.m. Tte Music (Jeptrtaent of the Wo- attff dkb'. Is' meetiug at the home .of Mn. W. I. Denton with Mrs. J. H. Cochrtti and Mrs. J. E. Critz Af 2MCMMM.' Ttte laen, Mi the" First Pttsbyt faui -church will have a supper m«Ung at tlie church. . The Hdelis Sunday school class o< ttK Fink Baptist cfcurch Is bavlag a business and social meet; ing "at the home ol Mrs. J. W. -, shot**,,. .;• .- ; ; -' Clab T» Fntenl ft*)-. The Red Pepper iclub of the ;. cityJhigh school Is presenting a musical comedy "Oh I Baby" In the -'•ncir.'ruture. The proceeds of this show': »B1 be given to the fund • sponsored by the Parcnt-Tenchcr ' association to loan money to student* for tuition'jn- the 1 second . tern}. . ' •'• '" "Mils action was. taken at a busl- V.-ne»v meeting of the organization jrwbpday. • • « '•- GlTe» Tnifna, • .' •-. : TKe W class .of JoniorV high acbool presented a program in seaMr high school today, made up of jjeveral choruses, songs, solo danqas, negto farce and a comedy •*&r -•-. f : . ", Iq", the negro farce Dan McLean' and Daniel Boorie enacled . the f.roles while for the comedy Elmer Lindsay,.. Ben? Fisher and pelv,a Chapman iwcre-characters. 'Miss Mary Ellen Stevens'dlre'ft- 'ed the choruses with Miss Eve : Harwell at the piano. GHgScout Comiahilt^ ; ; Ttie Girl Scout Community Com- nmt£e, made .yp of adult leaders ••• of Jhis organ!$at8nji-m,et. ' with MrsoC. L. Wylie last evening for _ i.'buslness sessMhY' ... i>-« : :'.' : 14%s. L. J. Lavertyi was elected '..-.VtceJJchalrjBjuj to., replace Mrs.- ;R. 'N. Ware,'Jr'.,;TeilsiKd, and a (new - was Mrs.' John C.' Mc- Hanej-, Jr. Reports showed that a new troop had been organized at the : Ytrtro - Khool'.' ifith'v Miss -'Dells' ' ''' ,'Pur* as -anrl , -anr ac -.' seoujs carried out plans lor dhrisl-" ttis">y iinguig carols at homes and by aiding poor families. Plans w»re wufr - f»r n training Mhool for prospective. leaders, ni»i : there and others wbjo arc inter-' • estei- to be held th e last of this month with Miss Perrine Ulxon, national field representative, .in '- • Ph»n»» . : :V : Apson was' born to Mr. and .Mrs^; Russell Phillips yesterday monjlnj at the Memphis .Baptist hospital. Tha baby, who 'weighs eight pounds and two ounces, lias been., named Husi^l Phillips, Jr, Jr..'fcfh P. T. A. His'," • . . f A no&nm On Voting. '•. ( ."• } - '"Voting, a Responsibility"' was the feneral theme taken up In tlie program of the Parent-Teacher association of Ihe 'junior high : school yesterday afternoon when Mrs. B. A. tynch was leader. . A'.mctk election was demonstrated tij pupils of'Miss' Nionta'Hughes' room, Mrs. Tom Secoy spoke on "When and .Why Pay Poll Tax" .•nd.,the importance-of school elections was discussed by C. R. Sub- code,- a member of the city school . Brsnson, a member of : the I'cllizens' —.-..wv,.,, » *ut"Awi ui. iiic,iiiizens ^nmtmsuc in trclr committee which wilj co-operate !n' fhe locnl school c with- the P. T. A.'s in operating Instead of having " l " 1 ""- schcol, explained the sit- serving refresl Mrs/ E. P. Blomeyer- and Mrc! 'Guardian nnd Ward to ;; thB tultlcn '.'school. ~u..,u, M ann Crawford Greene, superintendent cstlng discourse of the city schools, and Mrs. Lit- • " • . cile.Haley, principal of junior high To Have Ilox Supper sc ^ 1 ' *«» sr»ke of the situation. Th c students of 'thr •9 s ; E - L. Rogers and" Mrs. Tom school nrc Sponsoring . »PPotated delegate -^ BY HELEN WELSHIMER Does your h«art contract With:a.twisted pain Wheft you lie; a wake . . And hear'Jt rain? Do you catch your breath Upon the sUeet • And wonder why .' Wi never m«et? And how you'll act In case we> do? Then you miss me As I miss you. went a:i operation at tlu; Memphis vlelhodlst hospital, has been rc- urricd to her homo at Nether- and. Mrs. O. W, McCutclieon and Mrs. I. T. Moon, of Blythevlllc, al- ended the program given by students of Miss Marie Moon's dawns and expression classes nt the ludltorlum Friday evening iMlss Va'" - •" --• -,.-..— »». n in in with her brother, Vernon Casey and Mr*. Casey. • .Hoy . Harper, accompanied by Sharrqji Pate and James Reeves o! Carulnersvllle, attended the Jackson Day banquet and political ol Bavahn>&! meeilnj al Springfield Friday. • lr~. *. rt Mrc T 1 A ltfCnf.1.. - L - .. . .' '1(1111.. and ills sister, Mrs. E. p, . Mrs - T - A. Michle Uclzlcr, of Tyrciua, were-, lueitf Kucst. last week her irother of Memphis. Charles Jenkins received word .hat his nio;her, Mrs. Maggie ol- their parents, Mr. and Mrs, j, If. Humphrey this week. They re turned to Tyron?.a yesterday ac- — compelled by Mrs. 0. M, Oliver' Jenkins, Is seriously ))J at Tlie and dnughter, Miss Irma, who jm\ nonlc of ller daughter in. Ten remain there seu'ral days, ttri; nefsec. ;',. •• ', ••• N. J. Humphrey, who Is in Mem- Kiunielh Dodd, tliree-ye'r.r-jild phis at the bedside of her mother 5 ^" °' ** r - "'"* Mrs. Elmer Dodil,' at the Baptist hospital! J' 10 underwent-, an operation re- v/ho Ls „. ..„ will join Mr. Humphrey later. H .Morris King returned today who v '' os returned there the sec- from a two days business trip to Memphis. Russell Phillips and daughter, Betty, accompanied by Mrs. Phil- Mrs - 'Jewel Malhies and. Miss ' , . lips' mother, Mrs. Ocorgc R. Calhound, and granddaughter, Patty * clc hcre Sunday visiting Mrs. Meore, of. RWgelop, • Tciiri., spent Mallllcs ' so ". Billle, arid other rel- yeblerdiiy Jii' Memphis with''Mrei ?i'\5 s -_ _' ' -i-."; )'•'' ; Phfllhi^ nnr\ Infm^t vc\t\ ' '-•'•' '• "in\iir^TT*%^T^Tr^?T.^*^^^-^^^^"^^ Pl|lllljis and Infant son. Frank Smith has . returned to cape Olrardeau ,, sit their son,'Harold,'who.Is ling cojlege there. .'•' v • ' ilshcri contract, (ur- ll-e music for IhVnffnlr. . which was.sjxmsorcd by 'the locnl lost of (he-American Legion. Music Department To Study '.lie, Works Of Mendelssohn. The study for this month. In the Music department oJ trie; Women's club is the life "dnoyworks 'of the beloved composer, Felix Mendelssohn, nml thld-'-theine will be alien up In a meeting to be held it the home ofMw'iw."!: Denlon :omcrro\v afternoon, with Mrs. J. E. Crllz and Mrs.. ,ft: |\v. Cochran as -hostess. Ttic libur of meeting has been changed from 2:30 until " o'clock. This program will be rendered: Stalch-t* the-Ulc of Fells Men- d^jiotiu,-,'8ara'.Jo Uttle; Discus- ork»if -Margnvtl Shaver; PUho" Selections, "Hunting Song", and "Consolation", Lorna Wilson: Vocal Duel, ;>I Would Ttiat My Love'^ Jfts. Russell Farr nnd Mrs Ocore.'fec; Violin Solo, "Spring 3ong\!,5;sverett McDowell; Vocn: Solo, "H is Enough", George ileury; Piano Solo, "SplnnliiB Song". JJIllon "Briscoc; Vocal Solo . ;O, Rist KJorrlj, v ' in The Lord", Roscoc '. E. o. lo AW School The local chapter of tlie P E O an organization lor the promotion of education among worthwhile 1 Elrls. will substantially nid several studenls. for (lie next semester nl the city" high school At a meeting *sterday It wns voted lo pay the tuition for the "little sister of the" of the club, who is supported by the group, to pay the tuition of two more worthy students who are nn- nbte to bear the expense, to give money to the P. T. A. loan fund nstead of serving refreshments at future meetings nnd to give the money formerly sent to tlie national headquarters for educational pur- -MM to !!:<> loc.-il p. T. A; fund The 12 members who'were present at the luncheon meeting at the j _ -------- .,. M4 tili , V , VJ o^nyy, ----- .L. „, ,»H h _ ^ IJOllWaV U-llBIl loitd. Mrs. W. A. Dobyns gave Mrs. H. A. Smith nnd M,s \v \V the iprosidenfs message and U. s. HolUpeicr were nlso hosiers we ,' Brsnso '' •""""'—•- • •• • • len in their desire to help crisis, luncheo iialun concerning the opening of meetings each hostess wilt ,-wiirii tho -private school at mid-term. me S1.50 lo the s ude» low ± At committee, Mrs. . Ira Gray, or the p. T . A . hct In coiiiiiiijing ihe si,,;;,. of ... 'A'Mn« PU^-.l., ' tJJ\S5 Society—'Personal to h^r' home Iri Memphis after a Kayle Frame, and Mr Frnme brief .'stay with her sister, Mn.-'Xlii this week. - Crawford, .of this city, and ,.her Mr. and Mrs ;R O StM]«.' m n t rnolher, Mrs. W. H. Barber; oj Hot- ----- -• - "" - Bte « le :?i«- 'ifid, Mo, Miss Mlnni e Matthews Vltlted In Caruthersvlllc, Mo., last nifht. •Miss : Ola Bob Harris returned last night from a 'tw'-o dayji.vtjit lin Memphis. .. •*"; '• ' ';Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lasiey 'of •ittle Rock, who 6s- ceola for the funeral ol Mrs. Nancy Sawyer ycsterdny, arc guests of. Mi', and Mrs. A. Comcay.nnd Mr, ahd Mrs. H. A. Smith. They for-. nerly lived In Ihls city. . ... : -Among, the ou,t of. town guests at =——:==————— I '-"' clilncc lnsl - nlBl'l were Mr. and ~ m ~TT~ ' Mrs.-Wi?lby-young, Mr. an<tvMr». Among Jithe-';>n«lny fiends -and and: Mrs''Ja^ ;lnt vcs from out of loini attend^ Ejriy'er, Mr. and,Mrs C'-B MM?. ig the funernl ot Mrs.,Na.ney Saw- Mr.'and Mrs. R; c Colemin -MUi a 1 rriii re (;9n^ IC sl5tc 1 ' "DI^I^OI bir^ofosfeol? and '' N ' alh » 11 ^! . r. nnd . . z«, r. nn Mrs. A. .,!,,! McNeil,' Mr. rtnd Mrs. John Blackwood 'and' MWg.Roselle Mttlelon, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Q. Ulackwood, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Davidson. Fred C. Davis, Mr. and Littte Rock, and members of the Dixie Quartette of Little 'Rock, including Henry Topi, John Ket chum, Robt. .Spng'er, aSi . Percy Maclicm, who' saJSs/itJlhfiV funer- nl. ')• I-' • -T .i^Vi'v'-' S. A. Deu'nam, of LIUte Rock, secretary-manager of the Slalo Farm Bureau orgoiilzntian, si»nt Tuesday-apdr.Wcdncsdny in Mississippi Cfoilnty' .conferring with Farm Bureau' directors' with reference lo Ihe organlznllon's outline of work. ?''Bnhpr, plaik, .'grand.- lecturer for flhtf 'VnsonlcS Lodge, of '•" Aiknnsas wlib'l'ield a v school 'of -Instruclloii lor Masons here Tuesday nnd Wcdtifsdny evenings, Finis E. Mil ler, • pfj 'Osceola; grand senior warden, •Fred Sttic'lcey : 'of Lcpanto. deputy grand master tor the 10th illstrlct, nnri E. R. Bognu of Lnx- orn. master ot the Osceoln LuOse, were guests of M.-B.'-Humi nt. a dinner party nt his home hero last evening. Among the Blylheville Masons unending • tt-a school-of instruction here Tuesday nnd• Wednesday evening were R.. D. IJlnyloch, mas ler ol the Blylheville lodge,-Louis Wnters and Wilbur Walil. burchaslng spring and summer Merchandise for. her shop. . •' ., "Mr. and Mrs. George Grandstaff, ... -Muncle, Ind., nre guest? of Mr. anrl Mrs. Jamc-s lieeder. . • '•f Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gregory spent yesterday-in Caruthersville. .-•Mrs. Harry -.jKlrby,"-"Sirs. Elton •y. Ktrby. and.Miss Belle Whit- Itt spent yesterday In Para'gould British Coastwise X . Shipping Holds Own LONDON. (UP)—lii one dejiart- menl of,British industry, coastwise shipping, Britain is just ubont hold- Ing-her own aentnsl foreign com- •pct.itfon. r* ~r* T» tv T ' -'jiv. — mintiuittiz tile Stlliv nf 'Tiu-e' 1 ' - - '*• '» - . • O. G. Hubbard was appointed (.-, Women Should Know" Mr. ni^l ^'hlle 3,4«,400 : tons of British f^Sf 1 ^ J 8 ' 1 " 1 thD Mnl0r hl * h Koch!it ^>- «'«s leader 'w j '° sl "iw. or 10-9 P*r cent "of Britain's to??ip ;„£ " w ? Mng pbns S A nlth ' Ioftl1 »ttorne y ; spoke 3 ,V loui1 tonna 8 c - arc ' 5 ' ing Ullc ' th " to :tbe tultirn .vh^i . • -r.,,»^i . ... >• 5poke '™ percentngc of Idleness of small the coun'.y to 'Jlhe jnceting of council. at Armorel, FI ... lite Alice Marshall's room won {?!2u5 ollar pr ' ze !OT havi ng the .Jarfeet attendance of mothers. • P* entertainment the membeis heart several, numbers of the plav to be given by the graduallns class ,ot .junior high school Monday night. .Miss Mary Sllcn Stevens directed the numbers with Miss fiva H«rwell* piano. 9a» H»s GawU. *«s. w. H. Minyard had mem- barvof the Wednesday Bridge club . and.Mesnames Steve Davis M A rt"«' W : D ' cl !? m >?ll t i Jr., Henry Humphrey, an** Park Hatchett as guesU-ycsterdayijifternoon. and cookies aftsr five Por prizes Mrs. Farns^ won - a Mt of """'as lor the bathroom for the club award .»Pd cards went to Mrs. Henry Hum- *r, ;- . ; J*rey,for " . honors. " Of town Visil0fs to the dance at the city au- I*st evening. Sammy Wat- hit to s, er at the schcol FHdnv Wnn o'clock. - «*cnlng, - '> an inier-, coas tM-isc"ships "is"Wui-ii lcss"tha, 1C 9 iier cent. : ' , ' I Britain doss not prohibit fcnlji 'nrlburr s ' 1 ' 1 ' 3 ' ronl ensaglng in purely Brit ,1 <„„' I 1 ' 11 coastwise trade. However, fo It "Penally Planned h , h " Mcinl cvcnt •*the close of this semester l be "There's more to itl" P Lutes Corner t\ews Mrs. on Mrs. fercd Ing. . , ;ign shi|« linvp never obtain«l more :han n small proportion of thr to Lai coastwise trade. Cattlemen to Piscuts CWioperaHve Mju-lceling SAN ANTONIO, ' Texas, -<UP)_ Co-.ipernllvc marlceling of cattle ami. other livestock will, be "dls- 8 . Noimnii''joiins6n' and iso'n, arold. Mts. johi'i- etn's brothers; John and Byrs'-Wng- Ji()n,' were Memphis visitors •"yesterday Steele , Society—Personal urdliy. . ,, nnrt Mrs. Jim Riltnvd, Mrs. Teiinl c Bond nnd daughter, Beltle '-ii. shopped'ih Carutlicrsvlllc Sat- licrc"lmve received nn- noiincL-nwni of the birth of n son to |lr. aim Mrs. C. B. Thomas, of Chance, Mo, on Jonuary 3. Before her marriage Mrs. Thomas wns Miss lonn Anderson of this c.i.'y- Mr. nntj Mrs. J. It. Morgan, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Necley ntul daughter nnd ML«cs Evelyn BiijBori nnd Pauline Carter spent Saturday in Memphis as lh e guest ot Mr nnd Mrs. Harry Tnlitlngum. -'Mrs John W. Snyilei- nnd dnugli- ter, Dnicie,.of Blytlievillf, SIKUL lest week-end visiting, in the home o.t Mrs. Slelln Tnrlev nnd Mrs Eunice Childers. ' Mrs. M. c. Martin, of P.n-ls Tenn, is visiting her son and dnughicr, S. If. M.irtin and .\trs Flo^d McCrory. Hoy Unrpcr and ilobert Alexander attended to business in Cnpc Olrardcau Tuesday. .Mrs. J. C. McCuis. who under-' Swrrl Cream Bulicr JSc 1.6. BENNETT'S rASTEURIZEl) SIII.K I0c Quart Dtlivtrtrt Phone 7^ Th'ot it whorm*n^ore"soylng"olx>ut India Tea. It'j making a big hit. Because it pojiejies^heft"...satisfying streng* .. rkhneij and fine flavor! It i« hot w«ak ond watery.' It i> not in- tipidHt'j realfeol'.there's morefoitl" INDIA • To g«l.8«nuin« India T»o, look forth* Map W India If6d«mark (below!.on ev«ry ppckag* of t»o yoO buy'. Th« Mop c»r- !ifi«l that if ij g«nUHl«l juiu ritrtuy evening. * TT,III c.. lucitimnE.): Valllc Casey has gone to Secretary Amtrkan Brl'ife Leagie ls 10: spend the winter Bidding is not everything at Mrs. T. A. Michle had as''her sister and ently nt u Memphis hospital' and nd lime for treatment, lias been 1'ought home. He is in a serious ondillon. - . unice Smith, of Caruthersville nson Buchanan, 'of .ci,,...!,., .Ilss., is.the suest of his sister, Mrs. THURSDAY, JANUARY M. ARTICLE NO. 418 BV WM, E. clarer's only chance, therefore, lo go game Is (o try mid exhaust the East hpjid of spades and then find ,.„,., . - „ , -,,j M -'-- - .-" (h e «« of dlnmonds.In that hand. contract. Correct bidding must be The declarer therefore should hold follwcd by good card play, up and refuse fo win the spade One of the most important playing suit until the third round When features thai should be thoroughly East's king wins Ilia jack should mastered is the hold-up at no be returned and declarer should rump. This nnrt the next two play tltf nine. Now when the five hands wlll_ be devoted to explain- Is played by East, South of course Iiig this particular play. Ls forced lo win Hie trick with Ihe ace. Declarer should now play tho king- of diamonds. Hast would «iei wllh Hie ace. His best- return is lire five of hearts, but (he declarer would go right up with the ace. Declarer should run otf his club suit and, then his diamond suit. The Jasl trick would \y> to West's king ;o( hearts, but by holding ofr the spade suit until the third round, the declarer made the 'only Play that'would give him "game. (Copyright, 1932, NBA Service, Inc.) Doctor Collects Birds' Eggs BURNETT. Tex. (UP)-~Dr. P N Cheatham. began to collect bird eggs when ii.boy..He.noiv has a collection, of more than 1,000 spscl- mc-ns, carefully, preserved and indexed. The 'collection contains many varieties-believed'extinct. '''• •"'" •-;' VQ-7-2 • Q-&-6-5 +K-Q-4-2 4Q-10- 8.6-3 VK-8-4 • 10-3 #9.8-5 NORTH fe 5 Ul (/> JJcnlcr- SOUTH AK-J-5 VJ-9-65 +J-10-7 *A-9-2 VA-10-3 4K-J-7-2 +A-6-3 -118 The Bidding The biddlns; of this liand should Ue rattier simple. Al either auction or contract South would start with one. no trum'p. At auction there' would b e -no further bidding, while at contract; rjorlh would bid hvo no trump arid South would then go to three no-trurnp. The riay Westihas (lie opening, lefld. The best--attack.-against a no 'trump when. partner 'tins. not bid- Is. your, longest; arid, strongest suit. With most; combinations this suit should .bei'opened 'fourth besl, therefore West'.slioutd piny the six spot "- -' cussed - icm Jan 27 29 »^™ w ^'.s'w>"W Pl«>' "» ^ spot. East enltlemen Lm%0 w? s 'ton « f?""-^""* "Jte partner*-tad meet for the annual Teflon of 5' ' sholll(1 80. right up with the the.' American National Livpstrwk- JH ' • Association ' ' vestocfc Before playing to this . trick ' • ' South, ,the .declarer, • iliould stop and-, count up'th E Imntl. He.Is ns- i '^- "f^ 1 "" -wUl '-renew- at- „.,„,,„„„ „„ U , E ,„,„„. HC B ns . c f ««ffl c , 5 f wn ' m »f^ ! »? «.«<M'6f riiitklag one heart .one ccsts. . cases exist, accordln" *" —" J - - * lr Eecrelary P. E. Mollin,' whej r" n in 0r '"i e snl<! . sI V M l£li '- ls -' r . e- i Tl 't^'"'ricks' in ; diamonds are rwi.m cover nmrkellng-; cams.;] needed-to product gamc. ; THe:de- Radioi Make California Cows Nearly Contented REDDING, California, (UP) _ As nearly contented as cows cvcr gel. Thai's what Edmond Wynd ham't: cows ave. They are udlu fans, nnrt Wyndliam has Installed loud six?nket.s In llielr boudoire—or wherever cows .sleep. Read Coiu-ler News want ods. CHILDRENS €01 COUGH HANGS ON , ; «eriou« trouile. . ip T m now with Crf«n'ul«i<7nVan."i3ulfi&?a creosote twt,ii pJetsanl I o'lale. (iwm'ulsron is a now iWi'cil 'disrov'f ry with'twofold ao-' «»n;!it toolhes^anaihtys'the'raflamed aBMind-mliibiis jertj'growih.- i niiod by higli dedical authii'ritlea as ono ' of.the greatest healing ajseaoK.Sar per• wleiit coughs and ctfldi anjl otKer (onus of Ihroat trcKjUes; Grcoicpuliion'coirtains; ej and stop tie irritation and e rrtato inflammation, wlule the creosote on lo'the-stoaiach, ia ali.wrbcj'int i.lo< , . it the seat of the trouble o e tro anil checks the growth of the germs. Creomulsion is guaranteed sJtist.ic- -lory in the ircatmenl of. persistent coughs and.col.U, liroiichial asilima ' brtmciitis and olhtr forms of rrspira'. tory diseases,, and is excellent for up i ,. • .. —• —-• •-Lijtg dk.Luruin .todirections. AskyourJnicBist (adv. YOUNG AND lOVUY .A flkVcr jludio sen | MI „ (Mlj . coll lor lerclla Vcwig'i big iittor. " Siller woj out—so Lonlta nilM in... and I',- nim-n<]mm*n Iwvi be«n giving Voretto a big nrth «vcr sin:cl Her M* XyAKNeit FIRST NATIONAL NCTU«6 '7AXI/' is a partit. Lattr,.yow 1 ir lee her os o CMMW gel— »)a«i«. tyts onU oll-irv "THE HONOK--* ABIEM*. WONG.'-Sde'j i«Hei (or fstr yea B . Good fW..yW.- lOrplfa—ondgoodforys.Mr.ond . Mf». People—nol a teat was pai4 fot I.ORKi'i llglcniU •' ' . «lttl"ly cigarette l for LUCKY STRIKE. I " Your Throat Protection -ogqinst Irritation, against cough A»d M~0>ir+rroot Ctlhflane Keeps IhaJToasferf" Flavor Ever Fresh fvfiililflv' TT W ' S 1 fneil !*'-"" o^"*™ <-ni \Vn!KTWmchclf, uhosc S osjip ry ru«*iay, ThursJgy un j Saturday flrn! ,, g „,.„ N . fl. C . netnmla.

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