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PAGE TWO Sorial MONDAY'S EVENTS Sfteltorr group, Woman's Council First Christian Church, meetiir 2:30' o'clock: \vith Mrs. R:. M. Beck Circle Two with Mrs. Russell Barham. Woman's Missionary 1 Union, Firs Baptist Church having social meeting, 2:30 o'clock ,at church. Woman's: Society of, Christian Service; Lake Street' Methodis Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock, a', church. Woman's- Society of Christian Service, First Methodist. Church meeting 11 o'clock at church. Mrs; John P. Lenti and Mrs James. B. Clark entertaining for Miss Lois. Hooper,. 8 o'clock, ai Lenti home. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Fine Arts meet.ng 9:3f o'rlock at Public Library. Wesleyan Service Guild meetiiv 7:30 o'clock at First Methodis Church. Chapter N" of the P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting. 7:30 o'clock with Mrs Lloyd Stickmon. Business Women's Circle, Firs' Baptist- Church. • meeting; 7:3f o'c'.cck with Dr. Edna Nies. Woman's Auxll'ary, St. Stephen'; Episcopal. Church, meeting 2:3C o'clock with Mrs. F. L. Engler. Miss Vii-ginia Martin entertaining Double G Bridge Club. Mrs. A. G. Hall having Tuesday Contract Club. Tuesday Bunco Club meeting with Mrs. Lendennie Fowler. Mrs. Jesse Taylor entertaining Tuesday Club. Mrs. L. S. Benish having Friday Contract Club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harry Kirby. Miss. Ruth Butt entertaining Tuesday. Afternoon. Club, WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, James H. Bell entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Fred B. Rutherford having Delta Contract Club. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Mrs. John Foster entertaining Double Four Bridge Club. Sudbury Parent Teacher Association, meeting 3 o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting at 2^30 o'clock. Mrs; James Terrv having ADC Bridge Club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Club 28 having, dance,, a o'clock, at. Woman's Club. Mrs. J. Cecil Lows entertaining Thursday Bridge Club, Mrs. J, L, Thomp-on. Jr., entertaining Thursday Dessert Club. Y. M. B .Club, meeting with Mrs. John Burnett. Miss Maurine Branson entertaining Cee-Qua Bridge. Club. Woman's Missionary Society, Pilgrim Tabernacle meeting" 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Markus King. fr'rtlDAY'S EVENTS Ladies'- Bible Class, fc-irst Methodist Church, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. B. F. -Brogdou. Elmwood. Cemetery Association meeting 2:30' o'clock with Mrs. M. G. Goodwin.. Executive. Board. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock wun Airs. W. J'. Rodgers. Mrs. t-auTramb.'ough emenahiing C. B. C. Bridge' Club. Attractive Bride-Elect SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1941 eternal power and Godhead." Romans 1:20. The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Chris! ian Science textbook, "Sci- CHURCH NEWS rmce and Health with Key to the Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy: T PMi»rr ,0.,,* "Nothing is real and eternal,— 1EMILL ISRAEL nothing is Spirit,—but God and! , IIcr «»an 1'olVk, Rabbi His idea." p. 71. I * :JO P- *». Sunday school classes (will meet. and Paragould. Paragould h still a special sermon based on Oen. Read Courier fading. Attend both services Sun- 2:18. The topic will be, "The Sac- -iL^L aav, and brih? with you a friend redness of Marriage". This is a who is not attending services el.se- , subject that is vital Lo young and •j.'nf*Vr» _i,' ., i:i._ ° where. old alike. Come, bring your friends. FIRST PAPTTST CHURCH U'afnut at Kighth Alfred Cartinter I'astor 9:30 a. m. Bible School—Russell 3augh, superintendent. a, m. Morning service. The CHURCH OF THE NA/AKENE I'irst und Sycamore Streets Fletcher Spruce, Pastor Sunday School opening exercises, 9;4f> n. m. Special music and singing, 10:45 I Sermon by the pastor. 11 a. m. i Topic: "Queen Esther". ! NYl'S meeting, G:45 p. m. | Evangelistic service, sermon by 3 p. m. Services. Isaac M. Wisp Memorial Day will be observed. Sprmon. diWssion will be based on Maurice Samuel's recent work, "The Great Hatred." Everyone is welcome to attend. TAHEKN'ACU: 110 Cherrr Street Mrs. Owen Doss, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday .school. a. m. Worshio service. Sermon OUR SPECIAL FOR TOMORROW! ncs Building; Is To Be Equipped With Modern Furniture lyuu a. m Morning service. The' ^ ^to7 ?30 n m Tonic 'The ! ll a - m - Worshio service. Sermon nonnng. service will be given to a Mwffii Cnr'• lhc | topic. "Entire Sanctlflcntion and DYESS, March M.-The faculty misical emphasis following up the, privcr meetinir WprinPvJav 7"J ItS Grfnvt »-" r ° r "W 1941-48 .school term haV iWrcclatlon for ihework done mj _ 1 ' aJCl meet ' n &.. Wednesday / .JO ) 6:45 p. m . Yoviui People's sw-ire. been elected. Thev are: Sam W. - i if? 1Y1 HKif* Qf* nnnl t"1~\ 1 1» it*/i*-v !•• » * < 7 • 'i f\ »•* .,... T-I _. <. . '. . Ait/*lnt*cs^t-« ^ti^t^M!***....... _i « . •» ^^ :he music school this week. 6:30 p. m. Training Union—Fred Jarlock,, director. hr»v Opening of "Penny-A-I 7 .,, n „ n . , Prayer and Fasting, Thursday. 1 7..if) p. m. Evening service. Con- p m 3fcr ti ?S aI V! rin 5 ing - r Se i m ° n " En - '^sionary meeting. Thursday, -ei.ng the Kingdom of God." Wednesday service: 7 p. m. Departmental meetings. 7:30 p. m. Mid-Week service. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. m. Evangelistic .service, i Andersen, superintendent; Joe Fnv 3v>ic, "The Drudge—The Mcore - niah school orircipal and Elder Son." ' } 'HhlPtic director; J. s. Olive, voca- [). m. Wednesday, Mid-week' tional anri apiculture instructor; j BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30. a. m. Bible School, Raymond - Zachry. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 18th and Main street H. Cream, pastor Extension work, 9 a.m. p. m. Young Women's Missionary meet- i f ,'j'' „ ' ., u, Thursday, 7:30 p. m. ,'neiKllS'. prayer service. Every cne is invited to attend tlie.se services. Cottage Prayer meeting, Friday. 7:30 p. in. A sincere welcome awaits yen in these services; worship with us. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE L 5 Uy and Vine Sircc.ts CHft'ord L. Thacker, Pastor Sunday Services^ Sunday school, 9:45 H. m. Morning worship, 11:00 a. in. Lucille Gray, vocational and home economics; Miss liens Barn"They saV we're x " rll> S0cial • scie "ce; Miss Bess Thcmas. commercial and junior liia'h Eng'ish; Miss Alice Horn, high school English; R. L. Taylor, coach and high school mathematics. For the elementary grades: Miss Flarence Jones, principal; Mrs;. ,?. S. Olive and Eli Abbott, sixth t'rade; Mrs. W. D. Henderson, fifth srade; Miss Hazel Theil- ke and Miss Clemmti Rvan, fourth CHURCH OF CONCEPTION Father J. J. Thompson, Pastor Tathcr B. F. McDevHt, Assistant Sunday Mass at 8 and 10 o'clock. Monday. 2:30 o'clock. Radio talk over- KLCN, Father B. F. MtDevitt, 11 'i soeak on "B"ut ; .sm: Immersion, i grade: Miss Nora Marlar. third Pouring and Sprinkling. 1 ' This Is grade: Miss- Ve'ma Mulling, sec- "itother in the .series of radio in- j onci grade, and Miss Ruth Wil- P. Y. P. A.. Lester Grav" p'rrsi-1 structiails cn " Th e Truth About IciiRhby and Miss Myrtle Norman, i Main Sunday- School, 9:45 a.m. dert, 6:30 p' m. " i t!je Catholic Church." first ijrads. - j Evangelistic service, 7:30 p. in.! Wednesday :mci each day ' J. P. HosoLt, superintendent. Uuth Curtis Fulton Mid-week services: night, 7:30 o'clock * . ,v. » t Regular monthly business meet- Tucsts came to the hamburger sup- out tomorrow after having been ing, Wednesday 8nm per. Prir.es went, to Naiuy rtol an l confined for a week, ml Don Chamblin for the best Mrs. W. H. Minyard is ill of cosiumes- measles at' her home, 818 West Ash Following supper, the group street. :layed gamse and contests. A prize — Ls - p - D - Underwood, who is Preaching, 11 a.m. Chorisier, J. H. Madclox. B. T. U.. 0:30 p.m. Preaching .service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday yrayer hour. 7:30 p.m. '7:30 o'clock." Friday, Officers' meeting, 7:30 Missionary, prayer, meeting Wed- P- m> day. 10 a. m. Ladies' Auxiliary, Thursday, 2 p. m. The public is invited to attend. j Ihrouehoul Lent. Mass at 8 p. in.! New furniture for the Home Eco- oung People's service, Tuesday! Wednesday night, 7:30 o'clock. Stations of the Cross. ncmics building has been purchased. Tiie new equipment is the Prayer meeting, Friday ir"ht I Fricla . v - 7:30 o'clock, Novcna to mcst modern type and the three iti nVlnrk- *° ' ° 111 ' Sorrowful Mother kitchens are furnished for different FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. Overholser, Minister Church School, 9:45 a. m. - .„ r • Morning Worship, 11:00'a. m. went to Betty Black for imseram- m of {t s«'eptacoccic infection at Theme, "The Fifth Commandment bling. the most words relative to '0°0 West Main street, is improved I—Honor thy Father and thy hobo life. > » Has Party for Chifo Mrs. j. D- Smith liad a party for members of the C. B. C. Club and six guests Friday afternoon at today although she will probably jbn confine dto her home for another week. Mrs. S. S. Sternberg and Mrs. Neill Reed attended n state meet- Ing of the American Legion Aux- her home. Guests were Mrs. G. D iliar - v in LitUe Rock Thursday Hammock, Mrs. V. O. Miller, Mrs. ! whcn the • national president, Mrs, 1 Lemstru, addressed the group. Brown Chapel Will Hold All-Day Affair An all day service is being W. O. Geurin. Mrs. W. H. Stovall, Mrs. Fred Beau and Mrs. O. O. Elkins. Jonquils, nurcissuscs and other spring flowers and tallies in the soring shades carried otU. the seasonal motif for the party. In the games, high score went to Mrs. Tera Turner and second hi?h to Mrs., Worth Godwin. The hostess, served a dessert plate with coffee. Bits of News Mostly Personal* Mr. ;md Mrs. J. P. Friend and Ervine Friend have returned from Mbther." Young People's meeting. G:30 Evening worship, 7:30 p. m . Ser- mcn topic: "What Happened at Pentecost." Men-of-the-Church Supper. Monday, 7:00 p. m. Midweek Service. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Choir Practice, 8:15 p. m. Wednesday. Church going is a means of grace METHODIST CHURCHES arbro-Pi-omised Land Circuit A, L. lligrgs, Pastor Promised Land: Church School. 10 a. m. Marcus Gaines, superintendent. Preaching, ll a. in., by pastor. Subject,. "The First Best "Habit." Stewards, meeting, 3 p. m. Young People's League. 6:45 p. m.| class W. S. C. S, at church. Mondav i Dai1 '-' our Sorrowful Mother. CHURCH OF CHRIST W. M».in off Hfchivay 61 Denton M. Neul. Jivaiiffclisl Lord's Day services: Bible classes, 9:50 a, m. Preaching, ll a. jn. Communion, 11:50 a. m. Young People's Bible class, 6:45 p.' m. Preaching, 7:30 p. m. Mid-week services: Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Bible study and sang practice. Thursday, 2:30 p. m. Ladies' Bible income levels. The first will have a wood cookstove, and utensils an ordinary enamel ware. Tine second an cil nmge and aluminum ware. The third will- be ekctrical, with indirect lighting and an electric range, utrnsils cast aluminum and copper. £11 will have suitable wall paper, window shades, curtains and linoleum floor covering. The living room furniture is modern. Tupelo Student Is Elected President FAYETTEVILLE. Ark.. March 29 2 o'clock. Yarbro: Daily broadcasts, KLCN week! fA^iTuviLbE. Ark., March 29 days. 12:15-12:30 o'clock. Sundav.! — MlIIai 'd Hardin. law student from 2:30-3:15 o'clock. Church school. 10 a. m. T. R. i You Ivy, .superintendent. Young People's League. 0:45 p. m. Preaching. 7:30 p. m.. by pastor. W. S. C. S., Wednesday. 2 p. m.. You are invited to each of our j' u aem " cocly ol •services. You uill always find a Ar £ ansas today. '*' i Tupelo, was elected president of the ... student body of the University of and divinely appointed. It is help- at church. ful and restful and develops ourj Stewards' meeting after service hearty welcome with i;s. planned at Brown Chapel Baptist hest P° wer s. When we go to church Sunday night, Church for Sunday, according to we P ut ourselves in a position to At. both churches, all children (Barham, superintendent. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Ocorge W. Patterson, Minister j 9:45 a. m. Bicle school. Russell! He was elected without opposi- I t.ion after his only opponent, Emmett Colvin of Blytheville, withdrew Wednesdav. announcement made today by I! celVe a bles sing and be a blessing. "P to eight years will bt> baptized E. N. Giles.,,. Throw the weight of ycur influence OH ..Easier. The Rev. M. R, Griffin, pastor on the ]i S ht side by taking your of the Chapel, will conduct regular plnce in worship and Christian preaching service at 11 o'clock fol- service lowing Sunday school, service at 10 a.m. During the afternoon, a program on home and- foreign missions will U a. m. Worship, communion, PILGRIM. LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth ami Walnut Streets H. .f. Kk'imliensl, Pastor be presented by UUe Threlkeld, i Divlnc worship, 10 a. m. Sermon t0] l ic: "Walking in Fear and Love". Barney Threlkeld. the Rev. Mr. Griffin, E. H- Robertson, Mr. Giles and. others. Barney Threlkeld will direct the congregational singing. A basket lunch will be. served on the grounds at noon. Everyone Dallas. Texas where they attended is invited to bring a basket and to bvsinej-s for three days. Mrs. W. A. Wcidmeyer, of Little Reck, has returned home sifter spending several weeks here with | her daughter. Mrs. NeiH Rccd. and j family. '! Eoyce Moore and C. C, Tinman (will attend the Tri-Stnto Cleaners' convention In Memphis over the week end. Dr. F. O. Smith was removed to Memphis MethotHs* hospiinl early this morning. H::s son. Dr. F. Don Smith, who remained in Memphis, with him. It is believed that lip i* ill of pneumonia. Hush Nelson Thompson Jr., Jim- jmy Allen. Bobby Berry man. Max Harrison and Mason Day went to Lit Me Rock Friday mornim: to attend a slot,? Young Prnjilo's convention. They were accompnnird by Mrs. Huyji Nelson Thorn}\sou Sr.. t-enaed Centenary College nt| ar 'd Mr;-. B. J. Allen. The group Cleveland. Term., and. ljuu'mir.v v -'ent to Hot Springs todny to at- nicr-s anri will retuin attend the service. Mr. Giles stated. Max Overton Usrey To Wed Bastrop Gin AIL announcement, ol much interest is that of tne engagement of Ruth Curtis Fuiton ci Baslrop. La. r to. Max Overcon Usrey. son of Mrs. Max. Overton Usrey &r., wnich WRS made today oy Frank R. Curtis of. Shrevepon, La., brouicr. of tne bride-elect Tne wedding will be solemnized early in April in -Slirevooort. Tne brine-elect is the daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. J. p. Curtis, of. Lake Village, Ark. She at- of Tennessee, Knoxville, where vshe received her B, S. degree in home economics. She has recently done, graduate work in the East and is now nonu demonstration agent in Morehouse Parish, under suparvision ol Louisiana State. University, with headquarters in Bastrop. | Mr. Usrey, wno is tlie son of the j late. Br. Usrey. widely knoivn phy I sician ot this section and grandson ol the late Mi-, and Mr-s. Jam. McCiure of Fayette, Miss., livet here until three years ago. Alter graduating Irom Blytheville. High School, he attendee. Southwestern in- Memphis w.iei he became affiliatsd with Alph. Tau Cmega fraternity, and TiUan university in New Orleans, For the past'thre?. years he ha: l>3en associated with Southerr Craft Pulp Mill,* working; both, in Camden, Ark., and:. Bastrop. At The Hospitals Ulythcvillc Hospital LV,yci Defer. Middleton. Tenn. admitted. Mrs. James Tidwell and baby. Dell, dismissed. Walls Hospital Mrs. C. E. Shearin. city, admitted. J. C. Donaldson. Steeie. admitted. Mrs. J. R. McBrirte, city, dismissed. Memphis Bar-list Ho.spH-.il Mrs. F, A, Robertson. Osceohi, M-mrlus Mothcdist Hospital Mr.s. W. R. Moore, Hayt.i. ad- mi (ten. Thr rnvriinal pnints of an: north, cast, south, and wr.st. Sunday School, n a. in. The Lutheran Hour over WMPS, :60 kil. at 12:30 and over KLHN 1460 1320 nc 3:30. KLCN Lenten meditation Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. Topic: "The Price of Life." and preaching. T:30- p. m. Worship and "preach- LAKE STREET METHODIST | in t r - CIIUHCH j We most cordially invite the E. K. Sewell, Tastor | public. Strangers in our city es- We extend a hearty welcome to all. to worship with us tomorrow. Church school. Iverson Morris, superintendent. 9-.'15 a. m. Worship service. 10:50 a. m, Children's and Senior Leagues. 6:45 p. m. Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. FlttST METHODIST CHURCH E. f{. Williams, pnstor 9:45 a.m. Church school. S. K. pecially invited. We'll try to make you glad you came our way. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH S. A. Merrill, Pastor H:30 -\. m. Radio program. •°:45 n. m. Sunday school. John 1 Davis, superintendent. U a. m. Children's Church. 7:45 p. m. Evangelistic service. The public is cordially invited to Wed. Ni>ht 8:00 p.m. April 2nd Dogwood Home Demonstration Club House Highway 61 Farm Products Given as Prizes Midweek Lenten service Wednes- j Gnrvp.tt. superintendent. We iiave day. 7:30 p. m. Subjects: Barabbas —"The Sinner and Christ. . "We preach Christ. Crucified!" Conic and hear thi.s soul-savin^ message. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES H6 S. Brojirhvay REALITY is the .subject of thr a cla.ss for every age. 10:55 a.m. Regular \vorship service. -Tho Cross for Toriay" will cs I.UXOUA BAPTIST CHUIICH Kalph L. DnugCas. Pastor 10 a. m. Sunday school. Mi all Cniirclies of Christ, Scientist:. and Christian Science Societies on Sunday, March 30. 1941. The Golden Tnxt is. "The Lord hath brought forth our righteousness: come, anri 1st us declare in Zion the work or the Lord onri God. Jeremiah 51:10. i Among the citations which coin- j priso the Lesion-Sermon is thoi following from the Bible: "For tin: invisible things of him from Mm creation of the world arc clcarlv pastor's subject- This service i Ji ;1 - m - Worship hour. Sermon will be brondriis) over KLCN. i (TPXI ' ^ l 'diics 7:21) "Every Ma IT In i!:45 p.m. The Youn* Pnoplc meet i H ' s PJac - e -" w ^ invite everyone to in their respective departments. ; ear this message. 7:30 p.m. Regular worship serv- \ b: '^° »'• in - Training Union. There ice. "The Central Cross" will be ! v;i11 be a co »^iencement program rhe pa.stor's .subject. ! ur which time diplomas will be Cur church attendance contest ! ;lwai ' rtRrt to ^hosc who completed is still going O n with Jonesboro ' ^ stud >' seen, understood by home SimrlHy night. Mrs. O. Shonyo. Mrs. .1. J. John- sou and Dili's. E. W. Simmons rc- .urnfid FYiriay aftrruoon from a week's vnration in Kc-.v Orleans and point? along the Gulf Coast. J. T. Su^cury is til of a, ?tretta- .icrric itifccMon at hi? home, 207 fenth street.. He mnv be able to ba things that arc made, oven According fo records. aliens of \vatDr a day arc con- r.umed in N T p\v York CitV. Have All Dav Members of tiie Woman's Missionary Society ol the Plkrin TalJeniacle had an, all day meet ing, Thursday at the home of Mrs JI.ju. Coleman. rcllowing the' Dutch luncheon tha. group, quilted, quilts and- mad- sun bonnets and aprons to sell. . ^ - tt ' •*'•.*;' Has "Hobo" Party . Signs which warned "No Dumping",, "No Beggars AllowecF, and "Beware: the dogs;' decorated th ! J. A. .Cliapin.home last, night when Carol Chapin entertained 24 oi her friends-: af a "hobo" 'party.. In typical'hobo" costumes, the WITH CREA3I GRAVY DINNER , 50c LUNCH 35c tirSiS fea Serving Delicious at All Times INE (WHITE PETROLEUM JELIY TOO T.ATK T() CLASSIFY For K«nt 3 room furnished apartment. 209 WRst. Ky. Mrs. Sj.sk. 29-ck-tr p. m. The pas:or Every Day | In The Week! I PICKARD' I GROCERY & MARKET f 1C44 W. Chickasawba Phone -113: • •» '• ''^^^r*T • '-&J>,v* • •'- .'v.;^/":^"-:r. HOUSE l> WH BISTKIBUTOKS: JOHN MILES MILLER 123 W. Ash Phone USS or 375 hTTENTSON Born Planting Time Is Here Again! SEE OR WRITE ME FOR 'S Hybrid Seed Corn The Best You Can Buv Rt. 1,. Manila, Ark. This is the year for Asscss-ingr City and Personal Properly and it must he assessed bv Tf you fail to assess your property the la\v requires me to axsesy it for you. You k;unv the value of your property better than anyone elsr. Plea.se help ITK> U\- (h(> proper va' property. on v»ijr MAKE SOi W. W She's Proud Of Her EW LEISURE! Sitter "discoverin ple how sim- nuirU more cconomi r?l ;ind ronvpniput It is- to si.nii lu*r clothes lo Uir Bly- <hcville Laundry, Mrs. Housewife, above, has aihlcd whrlc day to hrr week. No more worry a tit) fuss w.T*hd;vy. .Slir just phones :?27 and MT do the rest. For Better Laundry and j Dry Cleaning CHICKEN LOAF Hot Biscuits Morning and Night CAFE Hall Dr. W. S. Eastburn Chiropractic Physician Day and Night Calls Office 801 Chick. Phone SOL Try Our Ttarhecue RIBS They're Delicious Die Hickory Inn SATURDAY with. Arthur Kennedy & Olympe Bradna Also cartoon & serial "Winners of West" Ccnlinucus showing Koxoffice open 12:45 to 10: CO SUNDAY & MONDAY 'You're The One 7 \vith Bonnb Baker 0, Tucke v s Orch. Jerry Colonna ?ur£unmmt News & "Red, & Blue Hawaii" Continuous show Sunday Boxoffice open 1:45 to 9:30 Mon-Tue-Wed-Thur-Fri. Bargain Matinees lOc &^20c n«r. n i-4n to 3:30 LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m., 12:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m. hone Ritz 224 Phone Roxv 333 SATURDAY LAST TIMES TODAY FULL LENGTH Vivien Leigb Clark Gab!e Olivia De Haviiland Leslie Howard 12:00—4:00—8:00 Admission: jMrtinccs to B:: r O 25c & 40c (Tax included) Night after H:<'0 56c to AH (tax included) No Passes — Everybody Pay> SUNDAY& MONDAY 'The Monster \rith- Elhn Breiv & Red Cameron Also Fox News & Comed-

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