The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 26, 1936
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PASE TWO BLYl-HfeVlLLE (Afo(.)/COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Intermediate G. A.'s,- First Baptist church, meeting at church, 4 n, in. 'Junior G. A.'s, First Baptist cliurdi, meetliin tit church, 4 p. n.i. Mrs. W, D. . Clinmblln having Tuesday Bridge club. 'Younger Set J3rldae club meeting with Mrs. J. T Holland, 'Mrs. W. C. HisiUiiEon having Young Matrons Bridge club. | Double Helps .''Declarer By Revealing Defense Power BY WJI. K, MrKKNNKV • i to him us compensation for some Sc<-ic(;ny, llriilcc I.rajuc missing iilgli cards Pi-lmury school of department First- Baptist ' Sunday cluirch liming Hallowe'en party'nl church Avlth Mrs. Jake Huffman ns hostess, 3:30 p. in. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sunbeams, First Baptist church, meeting at church, 4 p. in. Chapter "D" P. E. O,, inccllng with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. C, A. Cunningham having Wednesday Bridge club. •Bible study, .-Church of Christ, meeting \vilh Mrs. E. M. Huffman, 2:30 u..m. Literary department, Woman's club, meeting with Mrs. James Hill 3 p m Jewish Aid meeting at Temple Israel, 8 p. in. ; THURSDAY'S EVENTS 'Mrs.- Everett B. Gee and Oscar Hardnway having dance at country club, 9:30 p. m. ;Snclbury P.-T. A. having Hallo- Vfc'en carnival and bingo party nt Mrs J. A. Leech having Thursday Luncheon club. ..Mid-Week Bridge club meeting with MIT, w c Hleglnson. i-Mrb A r Cloni having Tluirs- das -" Afternoon Bridge club. O G Caudill hostess to Thursday Contract club. "[Town ind Counhj Bridge club ijjceting with -Mrs. George M, Lee. *Mrs. Roland ' Green having Thursday-.-Bridge club. Bits of News Mostly Personal MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 193(5 slay. J. B. Husband and Jlnimle Hail molored tliem over and rc- lurncd yesterday. Boycc M. Moore, who has been . Memphis for the past four weeks completing a special course In tlry cleaning and dyeing, hns returned home. Mr. and Mrs. D, W. Walker and children, of Memphis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pal O'Bryant Saturday. .-, •••• . •••• h ni*fff»["S I. UlgClO t\ l?riirk\rc T? U IjlljU Yo T Manila Society — Personal Mrs. Oscar Bailey Is yet In Hera Is another Instructive OjioVijig "lead of the club king' Memphis with her mother, Mrs. hand from my frlmd, Karl' I!ry- was followed with tho . queen, I Maude Lamb, of Camthcrsvllle, I Mr. uugg aim Mr. nnd Mre.r.pos- an, cf Cleveland. The problem in which Soulh rnffi-d. neclarer (hoii]wl'° Is' undergoing treatment,' ut it Is one of play, and Ihc man- cashed Hie nee of diamonds, and ll ' c Memphis Methodist hospital. in which lhat problem wnsliutfcd two Hubs In his own hand "er condition Is unchanged. 1 ' —' '--' " ... jyii^ piesslc Emerson, of Cnvnlh- crfvllle, Is a patient sit the Mcm- solved Is most Interesting. ', nnd three diamonds In dummy Wlti iminy bridge players there | Tlie last ruff left him In dutri- Is an almost Irresistible urge to A.MOC32 VQ543 ••• 4 None - , •T. J -1 3 2 AKJ94 VKJC 432 i». A K Q D N V/ E S Dealer A O7 ACS V2 » K Q 9 C 5 •1 4-10870 my, wlilcli now held the ncc, ten, phis MethodLsl hospital V A 10987 * AJ-108-7 • :. . . •s.5 Duplicate—None vul.V ' South \Vost .Nprlli Kast , 1 V Pass I A 1 Pass 2 » Puss 3 <f .Pass <i V Double Pass 1'ass Opening lead—+ 1C. 2G eight and tlnee of spades, and, .Dixie Crawford motored to idle (|iiecn of hearts. Declarer held Memphis yesterday;" • .. • • j Hie ace and ten of hearts, the! Jnitlcs' Tldwcll and Bo!) Ciabd- inien and seven of spades, arid rich, who attend Arkansas Stale the dlnnionil jack. : I college at JoncsUoro, spent (ho He Icit Hie <|iiueh of' hearte and weekend at home. .•'•"*• won wllh Ilic ace. Then he led Ml '- lm<1 Ml ' s - J - w - Hoydef' his last heart and put West Into s l )cilt yesterday In Lake City, draw trumps the moment they win tliclv nrsl trick. It's n sound [icneml rule, but ,llke 'all sound rules, it has Us exceptions. For 'Instance-, had Mr. Hrynii ejected lo draw trumps with the Itiind gircn today, lie would have been short of I ricks and, when counting up the number won would have found Ihnt he hnd not fulfilled Ills contract. ' • There Is no doubl Iliat South cl enough 'on his liaml, but his dlslrlbiitlon niiide a strong appeal Ihc lead. Dr.s. Carl and Edna Nic.s are in West had to concede two' spade Memphis today and tomorrow for Irlcks at the end. The hand the meeting of the Tennessee as- \vell phycd, but. West's double of Bcclnllon of Ost'eopallis, held : at Ihc Una) bid helped greatly. "'" Today's Cond'acl Problem Soutli hns the contract for three no hump. Against the opening lead, can ho develop his dk'ks in lime to make the contract? Many Gucsls M'ill Allcncl Dtncc Fhursdiy Mi-s Eicrett 2 Gee ami Oscar. Hardawiv are inviting 250 gnesls. to llieh biithdnj dance Thursday" night a 30 o clock, at the country . cliib. Among these 'will bu n numbei of guests fiom Memphis, Osccola ami Kennett, Tho aff.ur will carry out the Hallowe'en motif and refreshments will be served during intermission. Music will be fmntshcd by the' 'Memphis Blues' orchestra, which ii cieating much attention iii Memphis this fall v,lth u s ten muslchns and i girl entertainer. There will be n nmlcr of ceremonies. Mrs Gee and Mi Hardaway will bo assisted in icceiving by Mr Gee and Mrc Ihrdnway. Tills is the second dance the two celebrants have had In honor of their birth "innher=aries (ailing on Ihe fame da\, the othei having been held two vears ago when Mr. Htirdnway introriuced Mrs, Hardaway, -then his fiancee, to Blythc- •vHle friends. * * • Children Confederacy Have Election Officers ; Miss Evrtin Snnit vas reclcctcd president of the local chapter of Children of Confederacy in „ meeting Saturday at the home of the director Mrs. 1 James !i. •Clark, oilier officers named were: Miss Frances McIInney, vice president Miss Ljnctle Tucker', rec- ictaiy, Miss Elaine Anderson; treasurer, Miss Mildred' Mulr, historian Miss Smart is nlso president of the Arkanass group. ' The meeting was also; a social one with a weim. roast preceding the biismes^ t £ssion. . Ccrti- ficites of memWshlp were presented the new lumbers In a candle lighting ceremony. They are: Miss LaNelle Smart, Miss Mildred Muir, William E. Biggs of Proctor, Miss Joy Phillips, Miss Helen Phillips, Miss Betty Phillip'-, Miss Eugenia Crawford B J Allen, Berry Allen, Miss Elizabeth Mulhns James Den Smart, Miss Frances McHaney a-d Bobbie McHnncy. I'uiincEs Women (o Heir of Amendments Ivy W Crawford representative ?;_.:? 1 ? 51vs ' ll ' Jl . collnl > to Ihe stale A 105) V KX)!) » Q 8 7 0 •! + K 7 2 H. & S. vul. Opener—A J. . Solution in next issue. 26 i the [Hotel Pea body. 1 Miss Virginia Mai" Osccola Society — Personal Mrs. C. E. Mm-doek, Mrs. Gordon Wade mid Mrs: Hubert McWilliams of Kl Dorado, arrived Saturday atlcm-iori to be Hie hoiiscKiiesIs of Mrs, Braxton Bragg until •Wednesday. A party was F.lven for them by Mrs. w. 'U. Dycss Saturday night. They were luncheon micsts of Mrs. Guy Bryant a(, : Ihc, Hotrl Noble Sunday. Mrs. Bragj 'entertained 30 guests at dinner last evening In (heir honor. Mrs. Charles l.owrance jr., and Mrs. Hale .lacksou were hostesses at a luncheon for them today nt Hotel Pcabody in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Duller will entertain with a dinner party In their hoimr at their home tonight. A bridge luncheon is to te tendered them tomorrow ' by Mrs. Charles Colcinan' at her country home west of town. 'Ihey .are nlso included in the list of;--guests-to be entertained al... bridge Tuesday evening at llic-'homc of Mr. and Mrs. James Driver. Mrs. ray Henderson of Joiics- after .spending scvcra days with her uncle, li H.,rilack- wcc-d, and family. Mrs. E. II, Stephens and daughter, ].ou Ellen, drove to Joncs- bcro Friday, afternoon- for Miss •Binia . ... lends (he University of Arkansas nl'' Fnyctlcville. spent the weekend wllh her parents, : Mr. nnil Mrs. Tom Martin. Tom Hudson, of Wil- scn, motored over'for her, John M. Salmon,' son of Ihe Rev. and Mrs. Sluart H. Salmon, who has been critically ill, is slightly better today'. Misses Carolyn Haley and Lillian Siiavcr, who have been attending Arkansas Slate college i Joncsb ' ' ' ••--••• night. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Parks and Cicoigc Causey spent Ihe weekend at Cape Girardcau with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith ami Miss Ber- nlce Barber, sister of Mrs. Parks and Mrs. Smith, who attends Southeast Missouri State Teachers college. Miss Barber is able to be up following n tonsllectomy performed al Cape Giiardenu - Wednesday. Mrs. Luther Williams, fonnc^jy of, here and n ; oy; ; of St. Louis, Is resting very wcl'l . at the Barnes an operation co Bugg attended a Itunily reunion" I at Coiunitii.5, Ky., Sunday. 'Ih«y' slo|)pt'd cnroulc home at Cairo, 111,, for Mrs. liugg, ivho had been vis- ning ner daughter there for several weeks, Mrs. James Vanzant and children spent Hie past week in Leach- vllle visiting Mrs. Vanzant's parents. Miss Hazel Dryc is visiting, her sister, Mrs, Ctrady Thompson, at Perry, Ark., this week. MlsS Lois Thompson and Harmon Qoodson were quietly married Sunday evening at the Baptist church with Rev. M. P. Gathwright performing the ceremony hi tho ,1-esencc of-the families and a few close irlends. The • bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs! 'W. L. Thompson of Manila. She wore a lailorcd bhie suit with accessories to match. Mr. aiid:Mrs. Qoodson will make their home at Pontiac, Mich. -' : '•• Miss Catherine Tipton left Sunday for Poplar Bluff, Mo., where she will spend a few days with Miss Amy Jackson. • ' Miss Zora Miller returned Thursday night from Lcadwood, Mo.> where she spent the week 'with Mr. and Mrs. Claud Miller, she also Xtcndpd the Missouri State teachers meeting at, chpt- GUardeau, Mo. Mayor C. W. Tiplon and-'R. S. Hudson were in Little Hock on business Thursday and Friday. Miss Virginia Smith is visiting friends and relatives in Memphis this week. Mr. and Mrs. .M. V. West left Thursday for their home in Winston-Salem, N. C.- They had been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. West for a week. Mary Alice .completed a Stephens, who hns' 110 ™ h™. six weeks term in' M "i'° r Cecil hospital following performed Friday. Mrs. J. w. Barter is ill ; nt her Shane Ls r confmcd Arkansas Slate college. I lo ' lls home because of a severe Cii.-ulcs Moreheart and Mrs. '" 1 cold. lied their parents, the -Rev. and lo Mrs. H. c. Morchcad, :• over the Morchcad. members of the Para-' Mis5 Catherine O'Brynnt of gould high school faculty vis-' Greenwood, Miss,, has arrived here " •-'• - - • •• - • - '" attend school and is making -- ,. no '"c w-ith her brother,.-Pal week-end nnil attended the lea- ° "'Tnnl, and Mrs. O'Bryant il-. Cher's meeting in UlytliovUlo-Sal-l c - , J - Cra "e has returned from urday. ,. ... .. r . , • George Holcomb of Fayetlci'llle,' who (caches in the Tnrrell high school, was Ihc guest "of Joe Rhodes Saturday and Sunday.' . Miss Marjorlc Doyle, who teaches In the Armorct school spent the week-end at home. Miss _- ^ »,,,j t ijfu»iii:u il\n 11 lotosi. Mo., where he attended the funeral of his brother In law, H. O. Bell, who died Friday. Rosemary Monaghnn came home yesterday from the Memphis Bap- Ust hospital where she spent live (lays for treatment. She is now much Improved. Her mother, Mrs Matt Monaglnin, was with her Miss Gladys Eslcs and Christine Polndcxlcr were limch-l nllcl *'r. Monnghan and daughter con gucsis of Miss Catherine Har- Barbara, molored down for Ihem' well yesterday. >,_ . Mr. and Mrs. Cnrlcton Smith " T|l ° have been making their ho me Superintendent George H. Deer, - „ ...... ,. vlllli :nd B. L. Prcsson. grade scliool| in Nc w Oilcans, have returned superintendent, with their entire, nerc n "d arc nt home with Mr. Smith's arents,' : Mr. and Mrs C O.. •Smith. ' ' Mrc. W. B. Williams hns arrived home from, n ^even . months faculty attended the teacher's meeting In Blythevlllc Saturday. Mrs. Louis Natlling nnrt son, Myron, and daughter, Myrn Mnc, boro also week-end come over for Die her sister. Mrs. Hracfj, returning to her work in (he district WPA olliccs today. : * • * Mrs. 'GeorBC Adams and Airs. R. S. Wilson jr. and children, cf Little Rock, drove over Friday lo spend the week-end with their parents, Mrs. John While nntl Mr. and Mrs. J. lj. \vil- •llams, Mr. Adams and Mr. Wilson came over yesterday to accompany them home. Mifs Lcuise Hale has had ui licr gticsl. the past .week. Miss I ( o Hclty McCoy of take Worth. 1 Ehc returned home Satur- drove lo Oklahoma cily last ! ' tn l' bi San Francisco, Calif. She week for a visit with her sister, wi " be here for a .short lime bc- Mrs. Mary Cullcy, mid returning fore returning to that city for ty way of enst Texas iwinls to-: day. ' Mr. and Mra. D. T. McKay and children of Kciser spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. J. B. Mll- ehcll nnd family. The Rsv. and Mrs. E. Hie winter. . . L-. Cole left this morning for Little nock' where Mrs. Cole Mrs. Oscar Hardaway and soii Oscar, are in Memphis with Mr Hnnlaway, who is spending most of his lime thei-c this fall. They will return Thursday and go back lo Memphis Friday. Mrs. p. L. Husband, and lier , attend a mol)w1 '. Mrs. Laura Young nl Beulali Smart prc- legislature, will di-scuss the rccd amendments, to be voted upon in the November 3 election at & meeting of the Business and Professional Women s club tonight Mrs Howard Proctor is in charge of the program. Salt Lake City Sees New High Birth Rate SALT LAKH CFTY (Upj- tcr economic conditions, making iTthT?, ""r'os^ "e credited Jith Salt Lake City's increasi tirth rate, according to Miss Gc rude Moil, bureau of vital statistics deputy registrar. f^tnl'i 8 lhe flrst nlne '"o of 1936 a total of 2.584 bibie, ha.e I cen torn here, and indiea lions aic that the city will sur 1 asF its form»r record of 3 50C tiuh' in one uar 'Why Slow Unlives Fail D. H. niackwood returned yes- Itniny from a business trip lo! I.iltle nccl:. mcctinB of Iho executive board l j ntl 'esburg, Miss., went' to Hot of Arkansas W. M. u. of which! ll" illgs Snlurtlny for two weeks she is h member. They will return Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Toolc went i -Memphis today where Mrs. Tcnlc will undergo a tonsllcclomy and remain . for treatment of an aggravated sinus trouble. Winners of Stcelc Baby . Contest Are Announced K7FEIB, Mo.—Llillc- Miss Mary Anna Michie, diuigliler of Mr. mid Mrs, Elms Milt-hie, and Sonny Jackson, sen cf Mr. and Mr.;. W, C. Jacbon. won the contest for the inert pcpniar babies uf Sleele and vicinity in 'the eon- lest s::cnsored by Ihe Alumni'ns fcclatton prior (o the • presentation cf Hie play, "Ccast to Coast' at (he steele hiBli school auditorium Friday night. Mary Anna represented the Johnson Motor ttinpany and Sonny represented' the Parks Chevrolet company'; Approximately 5Q children lip to Hie. age of C years were In the I.JSt year Mary Anna McCann, 'innll daughter (if Mr. • and Mrs. B. W.; McCnnn Cf Cooler, and Soiiny Yarbroiigh, son of Mr. and Mrs. ncwey Yarbrough;, won tlie Atiny rases Oirl EIOUX cny, ia.- ; <upj—A proi- ly young blond lepoiied to the iirmy • recruiting olllccr here and ftked. "Is II true you want me tai jci)i the army." She revealed that her first name was Darnell which led those compiling lisls of pro.>- pccliyc recniits to page lier as a man, • V T ' Cormoranls have been caught In crab pots, 120 feet below the surface of the water. Night Coughs .Quickly checked iy'*' 'with •Staging I'ul liefnrc. .lull PmSBUHO Cal (.UP)—Joseph' W.igonei y,ns nilntlng'a •fcnihfootn In a nou residence. Also he was ciirIng Instil}, "Is Is True What They Ely About Dixie." A large collected to hear lilih didn't weigh heavily on Miklml I Then his less alrived ;also. The Yount, 10, shown here In a new picture, as she enjoyed all Hie thrills of the Texas Centennial exposition In Dallas. Miss Vount, Of Deaitmont. Tex., Is heiress to a §3D,000,OnO oil fortune. icss told him either to -quit his job 01 null singing-. Ho null tin. Job ' An niboi 'vilae hedge should be trimme'd soon after it'baglns to grow In the spring Roasted butterflies arc relished as a food by the natives of the Bugong mountains of Australia, i Federation Broadcast Over WREC Tomorrow Members of the Woman's club arc planning lo listen to a broadcast over WREC, Memphis station, Tuesday • .afternoon, 3:15 o'clock when Miss Mundl, of Helena, will 'ell of- the work City district of Women's clubs. Thin, is tlie second of cf broadcasts sponsored women's clubs of this district. On the first of these Mrs. Paul L. Tiplon, Mrs. George M. Lee and Mrs. Russell Fan- sang with Mrs.' Murray Smart as accompanist. The mimosa pudica, a tropical plant, wilts' on being touched. j Question About CARDUI , HOW IT HELPS WCMEN i "Who takes Cardni?" Wcmcn who are run-down, wc:ik- [ cned, nervous, from not (;ettii)s : tiifliclcnt strcnglh from the lax\ they cat—Thousands and thciis-] ands have found that Cardul in-! creased tlieir amiefite, imiirovcd | their digestion, llicreby promotins better nourishment and the can- iicqucnt strengthening of Ihc whole system. And wcmcn who have .suffered from functional pains cf menstruation have found -that, by taking Cardni Just before and dur- j Inn the periods, this purely vegetable sedative and antisrjasinodic seemed to save them much dls- ccmfcrt. Tins action of Cardui is highly esteemed because the relief credited to it comes in an entirely beneficial way. Cardui is purely vegetable; nothing in it to TONIGHT Rev. .1 J. Walker At, Tho ^ FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH world noe.'l'j men women who know Christian message live, il. - church is the cus- Tlic mill tlie and The- todian of this Onio To Church Carrol! Cloyd, Pastor I'aneakes and Knses PASADENA. Cal. tUHi—Pasn-1 dena's next aniiunl New Year's Tournament of Roses parade won'i be all roses this lime. Permission has been granted for the entry of a. giant pancake float. FOB SALE "Bernat" Knitting Yarns 1 ' ' FREE TNSTRUCTfON BERUI.Ml CLASSKS Friday, 2:30 p. M. Mrs! Leslie Hooper, 1100 Chickiisawba - Phono 792 Announces the Addition of '*"••' RKWakli To Ihc-Slfifl' of HIT School of Dancing. Mr. Walsh, who is a specialist in body, conditioning to correeL weight and in ballroom dancing, is a former teacher of. Kleanor Powell and other famous dancers. He has had live years experience with the Ned Waybtirn Studios in New York Citv and Ciiicago. Day and Nighi Classes H Call -123 or immediately Christopher Columbus received ..... ,• . 15^20 for discovering America. I-. L. \andcrvoort of Chicago'- •iiTivcrt Saturday for a visit of, several thys with his daughter,' Mis. Hair Jackson and Mr. Jack- sna. Mis. Catharine Carter went to' Jone.sboro ycstcixl:^ where sh? curdled today at Arkansas Slat: college. She. was accompanied by sister. Mies Gertrude Tindall. Mrs. Bdva Martin and daughter. Mrs. Hal 'McIIaney o! Kcn- uctt. Mo., visited her sbter. Mrs. J. L. Williams who remains ciuitc ill at her home, Saturday. Miss Joy Black-wood returned to her home in Little Uock ycs- 1HJY HER KI.OWKHH For Dunce at Country Club AKi-iiclivc Cors;iRcs Very Reasonably Priced 11KATON HOJIK OF FI.OWKKS Call 195 PICKARD'S GROCERY THK SAFKST I'l-ACK TO IUJY YOUR MEATS & DAIRY PRODUCTS We rctfc i v c Swift's Premium Beef twice weekly. Green's Grade A Pasteurized Milk twice daily. We h a v c the moat modern Krig- idairc meat equipment. Variety of Cold Meets and Cheese. Fresh Vegetables Daily. We. Deliver. Phone G73 1044 Chickasawba YOUR WINTER RENEWED Original shape, original texture, original color... you get them all .when wo renew your winter coat for you. Call today foi' jirompl service. QUALITY Ci.KANING AND LAUNDKUING NUWA-LAUNDRY-CLEANERS. PHON'K ISO " ' '•'•'" •'/ ' Out for a Lark after Dark? Rcmctiibcr (Iio way you IIKCI! (o ( up for li:illo\vc'cn liigli-jinks? Ornss up ajrain . . . lint tl'is tfino be a Cii.scmalini; licauty! Kascinal- hijjr new I'Rriiials in Jloiro, Crops, Mnlalu: and Velvet. Ilcl.lii 17. Cluli, Krlair anil Cnllrjc s in ^ircs if, lo II... .luniurs m sires 11 Eo <it- 0 of Black Velvet Evening Wraps Full length and short evening eoa!:, Mack \clvct w-ith white Hninr;s...ali warmly interlined. 812.75 $19.75 NEW YORK STO • for your entertainment ami comfort Last Time Today With Slnarl Hr\vin, .liihiiny Downs, Arline Jndifc and Hotly tirahle Also I'ariuuounl News —— . ^latinvi-—10 & 2Gc —10 ,t M'c BANK NIGHT! Vc;i can attend the Matinee Tuesday, leister, and I;:u ; e.a chance lo wir Hank Deptisit without being present Tuesday nijhti \ —AiIiKlssion— Miitinre—10. ,t 20c NiShl—1C & :ffi u —COJIIXG SOON— "DiaiPLES" with Shirley Temple and Fnink Morgan. "CAIN & MAiiEf," win, Marion l>avics ami Clark Gable. "UHEI.ED I.Ani- ,,i||, ,[,.;,„ ]i ar . Iniv, Win. Pcn-cil, Jlyrna r.oy and Spencer Tracv. "BOAI> TO GLCllV" wilh Frederic Slarrh ami Warner llaxlcr. Tax Show F;vcry Nisht i Halinrrs Friti.iy, .Salurday, Simd.iy V tri:lay ^ .Sunday itlatinccs—2:15 ^ Saturday Alalincc — Continuous ' — 1:00 Till 11:03 I'. M. -avSt Time Today •lames Dunn antl June Claywnrdi in ' 'Gentleman' Vox Movietone Xcws and Comedy TUG. - Wed. - Tliur. PAL NIGHTS! 12 Ailnlls AdRiitlri] for Price of 1) All Children—ICc I'aiil Kdtv :i;ui Marsha ihml in The Accusing Finger' Can an innccenl linv be sent lo Ihc electric chair? j Vsran-.ounl riclorial nnd Comedy

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