The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 31, 1936
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PA6E TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.).COURIBB NEWS Le/bj Et Guild D. Mc- J, D Social Calendar • MONPAY'S EVENTS _ T SU-pheu Episcopal m«tine with Mrs. -< p<?».e», 2'W P. M. Woman's Missionary society, First • Methodist church, ' having business meeting at church, 2 P. M. St\idy group, Fust Christian 'church, mccllns with Mrs Smith, 2:30 P. M. W. M, U., First Baptist church, has ing business meeting at church, 2:30 pin. Y. W. : A. First Baptist church, meeting 7 30 ptn. TUESDAY'S EVENTS < Mrs: C. R. Babcock having Tuesday Bridge club. Younger -Set Bridge club meeting with Mrs. J. P. Holland. Mrs. Dixie Crawford ' having Young Matrons Bridge club. Intermediate O. A.'s meeting at First Bap 1 1st church 4 p.m. Junior G. A.'s meeting at First Baptist church, 4 p.m. •.WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church, 4 p.m. < Executive board Suduury p.-T. A. meeting 2 p.m., followed by general meeting, 3 p.m. THUKoDAr'S EVENTS ^ Mid-Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. A. Conmvjv Mrs. C. F. Tucker Imylng Town and Country Bridge club. Mrs. Hiram Wyile entertaining •Thursday Bridge <l'jb. Mrs J Ernest Hnssoii , Iinvllis Tliursdav Conlnict club for luncheon, .1 P. M. Mrs. RiiBsell Phillips Iraving the Tuesday Luncheon club. Nicol-Hendvicks Nuptials Solemnised at Little Rock One of the first or outstanding •weddings, in Little Rock society this season was that of Miss Ann Mcrl- wet-her Hendrlcks, elder daughter of Mr, and Mrs. George Walter- Hendrlcks, and Thaddeus Wllllniii Nicol, of this city, son of Mrs. W.' F. Nlcol and the "Into Mr. Nlcol, which was solemnized Thursday night at (he Christ "Episcopal church The Rev. ,\V.' IV .Wilsel'l, rector, asked the vows. . The bride, « ho •• was 1 given In marriage by her father, wore a gowri.of while lace over satin with full leg o' mutton sleeves which were tight fitting from the elbows to the •\vnste. Down the front of the dress to the hem were small uhlte salln buttons- and the, skiit When I Remember liy IIcK'.i*. Wclsliimcr \\/lirN I remen'Lvi iiimmci, I sliali Hunk * * Of )io\v one inglil llic skj ini> ovcicdst, Ami watching ll.belov'ii, you said at last In t\wl voice: Wlicii loveliness mtisl sink Itoliiml Hie clouds, there is no need for fear, Olll UISO ||<MI IS 1'IIOW th it 01KC (lie bkj « IS llllgllt \\ Ith latll nice—1( it h tomifhl \\ e li d the moon 1 Uemcmbei tlnl, my defii D I-MEMBICK lint? As though lunil could foiget *» llioccstisj of Hut so bilef awhilo \\ hen \v lielliei skies Ind moons 01 not to give, I nail jour lo\o, your lutghlu, imlyom smile Tlierc.wasa simmer when 1 v>.is content Could it hive Icon lint tins it, what >tm meant* ElVie Malone, Van Buren, treasurer; Mrs. John p. Weinman, Little Rock, parliamentarian, till of whom were rcclcctcd, and new' officers elected were: Mrs. J, W. Vclvip, Lewlsvllle, historian; Mrs. R. E. Mnrlln, Texarknna, registrar; Mrs. M. H, HoUlmci),' Little Iio:k, recorder of crosses. - ; The stale board decided to meet nt Van Buren next March, when It will select the u. D. C. conven lion city for 1037. • Daughter Born. - , flared. In ( the back to, form R Heritelle.'vcU, v,hlchrfeil>-li. Mary, Queen of Scotland pointed .cop, was hemmed with orange blossoms. • She carried a shower bouquet of- orchids, while roses and valley lillies. Her attendants were Mrs. Jack Collier East, sister of Mr. Ulcol, matron of honor, and Miss Maude Witscll, Miss Lucille Lambert of Memphis and Hiss Jane Hendricks, sister of the bride, bridesmaids. •Mrs. East and Miss. Wltsell wore dubonnct laffela frocks trimmed with \eivet ribbon and Miss Lambert and Miss Hendrlcks wore lilac -taffeta gowns, also trimmed wllli velvet. All of the gowns were similar In design with large, pulled sleeves and turnover collars with bows of velvet down the front and two rosvs of velvet nround tiie bottom of the full skirts. They wore matching coronet caps of velvet. Each carried a muff thai matched her drti, and to which was fast -A daughter was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uinsford at the Methodist hospital of Ixis Angeles Calif. ,.Mr. and Mrs. LunS- • ' County Baptists Will Plan Drive To Raise : $7,500 iVXOrtA, Ark.—An all day rails In behalf of Hie .Baptist Redemption Movement, campaign In Arkan- sas will be held at tlie -First Bap- list church here Monday, The Rev. I,. II. Davis, pastor ol the Baptist clim-ch of Wilson, L< the director of .Mio, Mtosfsslpp shower arrangement of ...i une Gosncll, moved to Los An g'elcs several moutlis ago and Mrs. Liuisfonrs skier, Mrs. Kuthleen Oglesby Thoinas, went out six weeks ago. i t n V Executive Board MM Is. The executive board of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church mot nt Die homo ol Mrs. Waller Bishop Friday afternoon. , Prior tp tho business session, presided; over by Mrs. Theodore 1,6- gan, Mrs. Lloyd Stlcknion led the (IcvoUonnl, taken from I Cor. 13, and Mrs. Alfred Carpenter offered prayer. Reports of officers featured llic 'meeting. A salad plate was served during [he social hour. • • • Club Meets. The Thursday Luncheon club met with Jfrs. J. A. Leech this week when'. Mrs. Harry Kirby was the only guest. Autumn flowers decorated the house and the place cards were of similar design. In the card games, which followed lunch, Mrs. Kirby won high and Mrs! Russell Phillips, second hi eh. County Assoclatlonal unit, and wil be assisted by Mrs/ R. H. Joups Mississippi, county Baptist w, M U. .nssoclatlonal',-siiper(nten^ant. o - oniaRc Licenses These marriage Issued licenses ecently been issued from the Bly- heviltc office of Ihc county court :lcrk: Ifarold Nlmcry, of Holland, ind Miss , Whittle, of here; , Paul Ilsenhower and Miss May ;^ the Li. of Kclser, nnd Milton Graham, o, Blythevlllc. The Rev. oljo Wlilttlnetoii, o: Llt(le Rock, wfil be the principa S|»nker. The object of the mcetliv U lo pcrfccL the organization <in: Ihe plans for the launching, with- In a short time, of a campnign for Mississippi county's share of i $200,000 fund, needed to rctiro out standing bonds of (,he Arknma Bapltst State convention. Th bonds were Lisiiedi originally, U buildings and to pay off obligation of n. number of Baptist liistitulion In the slate. Among 'them are th Baptist Assembly Grounds at SI loam Springs; Bottoms Baptist Orphanage, iMonticello,. Central Co! legc. Conwny; Baptist State has pilnl, Little Rock; OuacMta Col lege, Arkndelphla; and Moun(nii tfomc college, Mountain Home. Tlie quota for Mississippi count Baptists Is $1,200. Luxora Society — Personal Among those who have bee Memphis visitors tin's week ar Mmes. Joe Hires, Edith Howtoi Delia Spann, E. ft. Bogan. Louis McHonry and daughter,- Wade. Mr. and Mrs. Louis George h<u returned from a two weeks vis with Mrs. George's parents, M and ened a flowers, Richard Becker was I he bridegroom's best man nnd the bride groomsmen were William Lawslio, of this city, Jack collier East, Guy Marls, Charles Wlckard and Walter :HcndrIcks jr., brother of the bride. The flower girls were Ethel and Meredith Miller,. twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Miller of Ixmoke. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Receiving wilh Mrs. Hendricks were Mrs. JOK T. Robinson Mrs. Ethel Miller Banks, Mrs., If A. Schasr jr, and Mrs. Alfred H. Burr. Aflcr a ncdding trip to northern points Mr. Nicol and his bride will make their home nt-'ihe w.ird apartments, 1033 W. Ash St. For traveling the bride wore a blue wool dress and grey caracul coat with malchmg grey accessories Among the out of 'town guests was Mrs B. S. Simmons,'of this city. Has Halloween Parly, Frances Field, rtn-ighler of Mr and Mrs j. j. fi.-^. h ad a mlt ^ M s?,sar in «*- 'us r =rf Au^Bar: jr^'^Sr* i keeping vvtih the r>c- lerso » Singleton and Miss Amu (he nreslS M« 7inh A,. - dies and hot chocolate served Col Il ""'~ "-i~~- — ' «•"- - orful place cards and Halloween horns made appropriate favors * •. • • • Mrr. Clark Re-elected n-Vkt-Prtsident U D. Anderson, both of Holland; Den'- land Mrs, Kahclley, of "Bay M itt Dowing and Miss Flosscrine I nette, Ala. 3akcr, both of Armorcl; 0. C.' M r. nnd Mrs. Sam Bowen, M UB . u ' r ^', LWy E ' " nd Mrs ' Joc I!ires ' ^ r - """ Mrs l»lh of Cooler; Walter RlUisc ii Bowcn, and Mr. and Mrs Si?h ,n Lc ' liV " Cath ' JC£SC Bro ' v "' 'ncmbcre of the O BU'heville; Clayton Ilaire ccola-Lusora - Blythcvllle Brldg ss Helen Thompson, both club, attended Tuesday night wh? , - ,. , ,.,, wi.. t,iuu, tti.iv 111 "-" JUUCiUilY IlkgnL i[jj f,"! n ": C ,'!'" rt Ur . ow '. 1 am > Mr - n » ri M™- W. L Walters BO Hennond ' to the club. High score ell Miller and prizes went to Mrs. Sam Bo . zes wen o Miss Beatrice Covnigton, both of and Joa Hires Manila; Eugene Harris and Miss Th[ , R» V ,,,, C. Mrs James B. Clark was rc- e ected third vice-president of the state United Daughters, of the Confederacy, in a meeting at Tcxa'r- kana which closed late Thursday Other officers named nere- Mrs i R E. Cunningham, Prairie.Grove president; Mrs. Paul Heerwagcn J*yett«viUe, first vice-president-' Airs, W. H. AM^In,' Cotton Phut *<OW tiie-lwesldent,.' Mrs- ,T H ti^MHiittAfcfetr ( ! - * is •s. Demon, and Mrs. M "• -- ---"iiiiu, ou u ftujs Erncstnc Vowan, of Blyiheville; A. Shackctor'd nnd Miss Ku., Dodson, bolh of Manila; Richard M. Brown and Mrs. Jes.sic ora- hani, bolh of here; Winston Conl- °' MI« • n i ..... -Mo., and Art- ank wek , :< ' . ... a .,,.. -., Mrs. Charlie ^u flin We^iesdai 1 afternoon. Mr Oowaii was presented hose, high score prize went to Mrs c. Langston. Uttls Betty Sue Mifflm celebra cd her sixth birthday Tlnnsd by having her classmates In t --Ark: Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Lillle Mae Jf»l«hcr 'under cut n tensllcctomy yesterday, a o Blyllicville hosplla.1. i[er cpn lion |s very good, Mr. and Mrs. O. C, Gijmlce BCD, Carl, liRd »s Uieir gM«s»t» fit night for the gam«, - Jtnunl irtln, Jlimnle FJy and. Knb»r y of Memphts, IHtle John Tin , Ply, son ot Hukert. Ply,, «m rp. John R. Tonsil, ol . Wes '' ''' Mr, i and Mrs, Harry PatUm g n n, Hurry Jr,,; of •.-drewww 'Iss,, raturnwl .homer today »f r liavlnu been gututs of Mr id Mrs. Henry Humphrey> an :r. and Mrs. Kdgar Borum, Tho ime up specially for the foot all --- . ••>• -•. Mrs. Oscnr Bailey lias- retun . (Hi SATUHhAY,. OCTOBER 31, 1936 from Memphis, whero she . li her mother, Mrt, Maud am!], of CaruttierbVlllc,' who 111 a hospital. 'she Is slow) npi'ovlnif, . Mn, A. M. Butt has : gone' Br;c Qlrardeau to b« with licr aughter, Mrs, W. M. RcbUiwn, a few days,' Mr*. Roblwon, lio has ton quite 111 .In. •• the ,.,..:al there from pneumonia, as ton removed to her »p*rtr ienl and is now much better, ho will be brought h*re;jin Mil n week wlilte qonvaleiclng. Mrs. M. A. Barnes, who has been ult« 111 for some time,' la now alter. Mrs. ChristIne Webb Purvls.'Mfs. eiiry Humphrey and Mra:J; T. all are in Hcrnando, Miss./tdday or tlie wedding of-Miss Ethel Bii- rsoii, slater of Mrs, Hall. aiid rank Webb, brotlier.'of Mrs. Purls, which was solemnized th'Is lorntng at ten o'clock. Word hrvs beeu received here' of le death of > tlie mother'of-Mark tcriiUcrij of Columbus Qa v;hol as visited here on a number ^ of FLAPPER FANNY '"Don'tbob)ofanplce,F((nny.'!flenicniKr what Happened to your cclathe*lattvwr," - • , ( HES MLGKIM LUTHERAN CHUKC1I Sixth and Walnut Sis. 11. J. Kleindlehst, Pastor Reformation Day, October 31, will be commemorated tomorrow In the •morning service, which will be, a communion service. The .pastor will speak on: "The Bible mid tl!o IM- tlieraii church," emphasizing Lu- tlier's , closing words bufor? thip highest dignitaries of Church <md Slate, answering a charge of heresy. lodged against him: "Unless I nm overcome and convinced by proofs of the Holy Scriptures, I camiot and I will not recant. . Here I stand, I cannot do other wise, God help me. Amen," Evening service at 7:30 Sermon :opic: "I Am Hie VJne; ye Arc tlic Branches." Squeeze Play Gives Declarer His Required Eleven Trick BY WM. E. McKENNEY | ruffed by declarer, and the king Secretary, American Bridge League cf dtanionds was laid down. Eas When Cyril Dougherty,, of ; Pitts- won and returned a club, whic thgli, Pa., " counted his tricks on Scuth ruffed. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUltCH Bible school, 9:45. I. O. Westbrook, ,supt. Morning Worship, 10:50. Rev. J. J.. Walker who hns been with us all week will bring the message nnd-the "The Church".' Evening worship at 7:30 Sermoi subject, "Christian Unity." We an espscially anxious lo have as guesls any from the churches of the town We air need to be informed on a subject'which is before the churches today perslslehtly as never' before. • Young people's program at 0:30 Regular, meeting of the Counci Mondiiy'aftcrnoon at 2:30. Mrs J D. smith: I'i'eachliig each evening at 7-31 tlirough'-Wednesday. . FIRST.PRESBYTERIAN CIIURC1 S. II. Salnion, Pastor Tlie Rev. Jaines O. Reaves, Y. D., field secretary of foreign mis iions, well known and honore- here, is the featured speaker i our morning worship service, bD ginning at 11 o'clock. His ser- mcn Is entitled, "Confidence In Christian Realities." " Special music includes a violin solo by Mrs. " '" accompanied by Mrs. •ill; ^ba rend ; 'in ;c,ll. Churches-, of Christ, Scientist;, on Sunday, i Vcvember 1. ' : ;- ;. ; • • •*• The Golden Text Is: "Abhor .hat which Is evil;- cleave "W that'which is good," Romans 12:3." Amcng. Hip citations ; which- comprise llic Ic.sioti-sermon 'is the following 'frcm;; the' Bible: :."BDJ not deceivcd|-. Ood .,is not mock—' Ed;' for 'whatsoever a -man SQivelli,; lliat dial! he also reap," Gala- Hans 0:7. The lesson-sermon also-Included, tlic following passages from tli-j Christian - Scicn'oc 't^xXliook, 'Science and H<>altli with Key to the e:rlp(urcs" by' Mai-y Baker Fdciy: "Perfect and infinite Mind cnlhiTncd is heaven. Tlie evil beliefs which originate in mortals arc hell," page 2GG. The reading room is open each Tuesday and Thursday from 2 to 5 P. Mfltt at 70S W. Main. ASSEMBLY OF OOn CHUKCil'.. N. II. Itlioilcs, I'nslor Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. Radio service, 9:30 A. M. . •-. • Morning worship, 11 A. M. Jail service, '1:30 IV .M. . •', Jr. C. A. class, 5:30 P. M. £r. C. A. class, G:30 P.- M. Evening worship. 7:45 P. M. The Sunday, services will all l>u conducted by the Rev. Rhodes. Mrs. • Rhodes has not returned- frcm Cincinnati. The Communion service wilt be observed Sunday morning and (lie Missioniiiy of-.. fcri»K taken., AH members arJ urged lo to ,present, • the Band •will play at the Sunday night, service. ... - TKMl'I.K ISRAEL '.. Maiiiicc Lynns, Ilnulii , Rabbi • Maurice Lyons will prencU Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock, on t "Theodore Herzl, Father of For,' lilk-;il Zionism." The public' is invited. made the , ., s, rue. today's hand, he seemed to be one! Dougherty now . - ••; •--' ...... --- ,1 known as the Vienna coup, by In the evening vrship lion, R. C P. B. play| "To S Allen Jcvi •Wjroan, 98, Kills I)ctr liOISE CITY, Ida, (UP)—Nellie' Allen has the distinction of bring-" ing ilow'n a deer at 98 years of i aye. A'Negro, she was brought to' tlic United States on a slave ship' as a ch|!d and sold three times iii slavery. laborn Stanfield Queen of Luxora High Carniyal LUXORA, Ark.—The senlor.class >t Liixora high school sponsored i Halloween cirm\al m the au,dl orluni and gjmnaslum Frid^l light ,Thc orounlng of the qyeelU M? )'6rn StanfieW, by the king jM. in Spami, was the:feature of "tTe irogrnm hi the auditorium. The queen was attended.'by Annie Ow- 3n, Ruby ]D«jl Danglq, Louise Har- iey, ami Joanh« MtHor, »s maids'. : and Fred ;Burner, and Erwin Wood, as page^. "..-•• The carnival was continued In he gj'innasluin with bingo, fortune elllng, and " n boxing. match. A tj'le show was-glven In which the ilgh school boys modeled the latest styles In ladies' wearing apparel. Will WeiconTelTephew on Return from Europe Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barnes, Mr. ind Mrs. Thoinas Bogun, Miss 51adys Mlek, •Hcqompanicd by Mr. ind Mrs. Fred Alexander, will.go o Memphis tomorrow for a reunion of their family In. honcr of Morris Corzine, nephew of Mrs. BaniM,. Mrs, Bogun and Mrs. Alexander and a. cousin of Miss Mick, who Is arriving home after \ six years stay In Europe, Ho'Is :omlng because of the Illness of Us mother, Mrs. Locklc Ross, of Memphis, who Is .now, bcller. i Mr. corzlne/ who graduated frcm the conservators' *t Leipzig, has been with • a . Hungarian orchestra for two years since finishing his work at the conservatory. . 'Ifc has kept In close touch with relatives concerning his mother's '.llness. Mrs. Barnes sent him a special delivery letter on the Jfin- lienburg, leaving New York cits en a Friday night, and he radio grammcd her Tuesday night Dm lie lm<l received her message con periling his mother's condition am would bo home tomorrow. 35,000,000 4Q1007 3 ¥Q109 . »A2 41064 VJ65 '•••'• K Q J 10 7 5 3 ' short of his contract of, five diamonds. . , ' j He had -six trumps, two spades, and two hearts, but the game-go-. Ing trick.seemed hard to find. There was no', finessing siUm- on which would permit him to pick up a missing honor. There remained only the: resource of Uic squeeze, and, Dougherty, of course, took this oiily chance to fulfill his contract. j West's opening bid was, of course, very sketchy, but he wanted to prevent a no trump, contract by his opponents, and! this his club bid was almost sure to do. , .| The second round of clubs was The world contains telephone subscribers. '* n , itowiih, primary and ktiidergarten isarncs. ot | as her guests. She was assislcl In Sli'oud of entertaining her 50 guests by her cl Lubanks, mother aiid her tiacher, Miss \fsv ins -Halstea<t= ^ * ,'.- . V FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Give Your. Church Chance. It'n Mission is "To ScVvc" "Noglocl i\ol ling" Kcv. J. ,|. Walker On "Christian Unity" Sunday Evening, 7:30 Welcome South Pass Duplicate—All .nil . 34, •1« .1 4> :Pass ,Pa'ss • Pass l\Tort(i Double i 2N T. ' 4 » " Pass Opening lead-^* K. Ea!,( t i^ Pass Pass Pass 31 leashing the ace mid the king of j ,, IO paslcl . „,„, ,^., c! r on -., ol)ed . hearts m dummy. He then played | Pnre . Preferred" service stir'i •four more rounds of diamonds! a t 7-30 sharp • "'"A and on these tricks West could I Sunday ' chl ,rch school bcshis at 9:45 A. M., with ample facilities for everyone of every anc. Young People's Vespers begin "at not protect both spades and clubs, and • East could ,not retainv His j heart queen and a third spade/Dougherty alone, among the I South players, made five diamonds on the hand. It is inlerest- ' ing to note that, had' West opened a spade in response to his partner's bid, the squeeze could have been defeated. Today's Contract Problem • South is playing tlie contract. iSit. four h!:ar|$..Wqst overcalled- Ilii.' 'opening heart bid vvilh two clubs, North doubled, and Eiist bid two diiimonds. Can South make an ovcrlrick, if he roads the adverse 'distribution correctly? V A. 4 » A654 + QJ 1076 (Blind) (Blind) * A K 9 b V KQ 1008 ' +32 None vul. Opener^* 2 Solution in 'next issue. 0:45 p. .. FIUST BAPTIST CliTIKClI Walnut .and Eight), Alfred f.'arpciiicr, I'uslnr fl:30 A. M.. 'Sunday school. 10:35 , A. M., Worship service. Sermon .topic: "Fundamentals ol Christian Experience", ,by the pns- M., • i . '.• 0:EO\ P. Unions. . ,,_, . 7:30 P. M., Worship service.' Sermon tcpic: "A Good Man Who She-Ted The Wlijte. Feather", by the pastor. Wednesday night: 7 p. M., class night . srrvlce for the Sundaj school. 1:30 tile pastor, practice. P. M., 8:30 P. i;rmon b> M., Choi SCIENCI* CHUiiOJ CHRISTIAN "Everlasting Punishment" is th, subject of the lesscn-scimon wliicl Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS yver Jo« ISP.SBS'• Storu "W« MAKK 'EHI SEE' Phone 640 IT Z Everything for your, entertainment and comfort ;' /v Continuous Shnvvhg—Frcni ' )J 'I'. J M.' 'Till 11," JV Jt-' 1 T -. ~ -...- - : :,; Ti' V.' t.! yj'.itjlti:.^ -!'llA Saturday Only THE H01TESI THING IN I-Dt-HO Miss Ruth Lindsey Is Crowned Football Queen Miss Ruth Lindsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Lindsey, was crowned Blytheville high school football queen at.a ceremony preceding last, night's Greenwood- Blythevlllc game. Captain Byron Walker - of the Blythevillo , Chickasaws crowned Miss Lfndscy nnd then escorted her .to the BlythCTlIlc bench In an impressive ceremony. Read Courier Ntws Want Ads. Announcing Dr. Chas. Soberer Chiropodist Will be at the sloro Tuesday, Nov. 3r:l Phone 13D for Appointment Floyd A. While Shoes '& Hosiery Rita Tlieatrc Bldg. ROXY Adm.—Always 10 & 25c—le Tax Show Tvery Night Mafinccs Friday, Saturday, Sunday Friday A Sunday nlatinccs—2:15 Saturday Matinee — Conlijiuous Shoffin- — 1:00 ij|| u..() a p M _ TODAY ONLY FINE FABRICS OK WORK 'CLOTHKS Our Laundry Service Improves Them All Garments laundered by us are CI..EAN, because the water we use is softened l« zero-hardness «iul our soap is positive but not harsh.' DRY CLEANING -SERVICK Phone 327 : BLVIHEVILLE LAUNDRY 'Courage of ihe Noitlv John Preston : RO^S AtfXANOBR GLENOA FARRELt • JOHN 1H(1MI» • I .IIKTO «««,-ji,, Carlcon nnd tc.m Rider" Seiial—'-The Vhari- with Buck Jones —Admission— Till 5 P. S!.—10 & 2lic Aflcr 5 I 1 . M.—10 & 3Gc Continuous Shcuing- -From 2 SI. 'Till II I'. 51. Sunday - Monday, TOGETHER -4 GREAT STARS! 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