The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1949 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 15, 1949
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JESDAY, MARCH 15, 19-19 eivd Amelia Saliba, Society Editor I'hone 4461 Jception for Singer ven at Temple Israel Jtarko Rotlinniller, who was pre- |ted in a concert last night at > Mo.\ Tliealre under auspices of ! Blyihevillo Civic Music Associa- !1 . and his accompanist. Miss line Penn of Jackson, MLss., were •'•-its of honor at a reception lal- lin Hie evening held in Ihc rec- • tion rooms of Temple Israel. |losts nnd hostesses for the affair 1'c Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Vise and and Mrs. Walter Jtasentlml. |i included among the more than _ icpls who called during Ihe l-ning lo meet the distinguished luslcians, were a large number of I-of-town persons. |.Irs. Morris Zellncr and Mrs. r t Jiedel presided over the rc- -lent (able where the appolnt- J-nte were all in gleaming silver |>anced by the soft glow ol stat- tapers, i unusually lovely centerpiece o[ |->tcl shades of early Spring flow- arai-.ged in a silver bowl, was |nked by blue burning candelna- Assoi-ted party foods in pastel tides added to the attractivcnc.s.i I the table setting. I « * • jiss Polly Duvall Wed Edwai-cl Williams Announcement is made tori.iy of marriage o! Miss Polly Urn-all, JiiElrter of c. A. Duvall of Luxova, id Edward Williams, son of Mr. |(1 Mrs. Bob Williams of Bur- The ceremony took place nt 7 ock in the evening of Saturday, hrch 5. at the home of Richard liomas In Luxora. Only members J the family and friends attended. [The bride, who was al tended by liss Bonnie Webb, wore a soft |il of grey, with navy ccessorics id a corsage of white carnations. Jiss Webb's frock v:as of black iiffon, with black accessories. JJames Petty of Luxora was Mr. • illiams' best man. • immediately following the ccrc- lony, an informal reception was §ld at the home of the bride's Ither. • Both Mr. and Mrs. Williams at- nnded school in Luxora, where [icy arc now making their home. lile he is engaged in farming. Irs. Williams formerly was ern- wed in Blytheville nnci lier hns- Is a veteran of two and a |iK years service with the Army, jluding several months spent In Jin.. Jliss Goodrich Hostess \t G. E. 0. Club Meeting When jiiss Vcra Goodrich cn- s'talned members of the O.E.O. liub last night at her home, she |so was hostess to a number of oth- gucsto including Miss Wilma ouglas, Miss Dorothy, Mrs. oward DeSpiinter, Miss " Prances KcHaney and Mrs. Bob Hopper, Spring flowers were arranged in lie entertaining rooms of On • ome, where bridge was played luring the evening. High score prizo lent to Miss Ha Rogers and bridge I) Miss jctlye Huffman. [ A dessert course was served. I " * * purvey Workers Guests •U Spaghetti Supper J Mrs. Annabel Pill. Mrs. E. o. Am- •roje nnd Mrs. Norman Bunch en- |.-ilertained last night with a clrick- and spnshetti supper, nt the •ome of Mrs. Lagronnc Whitlcl on 1/est Ash. J Guests of honor were personnel If the Delia Plantation Survey, who lave been in Blytheville for the • ast several weeks making a survey, ~1 who are leaving for Little Rock Eighteen guests were present. Women's Groups tiold Joint Meeting A combined meeting of all the Irotips of the Women's Council of p iiv,t Christian church was held -estorrtay afternoon nt Ihe home f Mrs. c. A. Taut, when Mrs. Dale Bngps served as co-hostess. . *'«• A- H. Welenkanip presented Ihc devotional ant! the program ussion was carried on bv'Mrs IV. D. cobb. Mrs, Eric Whitlcy I.Irs. Ben Harpolc and Mrs, John ttirnctte. The 15 members present held a Shamroclc party during Ihc social >our which followrc! the program ession. Refreshments were served ).v Ihe hostesses. Bits of News Miss Julia Stt'ink, student at Lambuth Cfjilege, Jackson, Tenn., will arrive tonight to spend the Spring holidays wilh her narenls, Mr, and Mrs. Walter C. Swink. Mrs. J. A. Leech is spending two dajs In Memphis, where she will be joined tomorrow by Mr. Leech, who lias been attending to in Little Rork for the pnst week They will return home tomorrow night. Miss (Catherine Thompson, who has been 111 from pneumonia. Is improving. Mrs. S. S. Slcrnbcrg is spending today in Memphis. Chailc.5 Henderson, student «t Vai.ricibilt University, Nashville. Tenn., will arrive home tomorrosv irishi 'o spent! the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson He will join his parents in Memphis tomorrow where they will go to attend the funeral services for Sam H. Williams. Byron Moore Jr.. is recuperating at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moore Sr.. following an illness from measles. Mr. and Mrs. Parnswortli Black will be in Memphis tomorrow where they will meet their daughter, Miss Betty Black, who is coming from Nashville, Toiin., to spend the balance of Ihe week nt home. Miss Black Is a student at Vandcrbilt University (here. Pvt. Dewell L. Crowson. son of Richard R. Crowson of Burdettc has returned to Camp Sakni, Osaka. Japan, after spending several days at tile Aebano Maneuver Area. Miss Betty Jo Stiles and Miss Marguerite Jones spent lire weekend in Memphis. They were joined there Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stiles, who motored them home. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Beall nnd sons, Tominic and John, of Wilson were the weekend guests here ol her parents, Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. P. E Mrs. John P. Fields Is visiting In Helena, as guest of her mother. Mrs Malcolm Vondernu and Mr. Vonderau. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson and family have as their guests for 10 days, their daughter, Mrs. James Bell and son, Billy of Stuitagrt. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Florida n Osceola, Mrs. C. E. Welch and Mrs Henry Welch, both of Memphis have arrived to be with Mrs. San H. Williams and daughters, and to attend funeral services for Mr. Wll Hams tomorrow. Mrs. Florida is a sister of Mrs. Williams, Mrs. C. E Welch is her mother, and Mrs Henry Welch, her sister-in-law. A number of other relatives arc expected to arrive this afternoon for th funeral services. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Haralson were called to Augusta, Ark., yesterday by the Illness of his mother Mrs. Qeorve Haralson. If her condition permits, they plan to return here tonight. Mrs. Hoy Wood is ill at her home with a throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Craftoil nnd family hnrt as their weekend guests her cousin, Mrs. George Stipes, Mr Stipes and their two children. Kay and Margo, all of Adrian. Mich They were enroutc to their home following a visit in Atlanta. Ga. Condillon of K G. neichcl. who is restinc at his home followinc a heart attack two weeks ago. is improved. Bob ft/words to Head Missco Sub-District MYF Bob Edwards of Blytheville was elected Mississippi County Sub-District president of the Methodist ><Hith Fellowship at a meetine of ihc "rouvi held last nighl at Dell. Steve Ralph Jr.. of Osceola pre- i.'cl 01 er the business session wh«ji officers wore elected Others who will wrvc with the new president arc J. E. Jnrkson of O.--ceo!-> vice president. Mildred Menrior of Lake str-ret Church, recording secretary. E-lna Poeples of Half Moon, correspoi'diiifr secret-iry. Bonnie ShcBp.ird of Dell. trcaWer. Buddy Oriff.t, of Wikon. treasurer, anrt Mi'rtha Jane Rose of Chccola rc- por;cr. The host group from Drll presented the eve-nine's program on "Evils of Alcohol", and Jackie Estes led the Mn?in; of fellowship sonss. Refreshment!- were served by Ihe Drtl members during the social hour. Baritone Wins Much Applause At Concert Here Widely ncclnlmed as a baritone hi the music centers of Western Eu- 'l>e. Mnrko Rothmuller, native of snne before nn appre- to ialive audience in Blytheville lust light In the Mox Theater, tlic h nrlist to be brought here concert senson by the Civic Music Association. While few were able to undersinnd lis words since only three of his lumbers were In English, he pro- Ided n rich pragrnin for those who ipprccinte good music. But ho WHS itiney with his encores. He wns npl flauded after each number but held lis encores to n single number nl he end of his program. It was the I'orciirior's SOUR from the 'Carmen" by Bizet. Mr. Rotlinniller Is compnrath-oly new to American audiences lor H was on Jnmtnry 16 of this year thai ''e gave his first recital | u th| s wintry. It was in Town Hall in *.'ew York, but had made nn Amer- enn operatic debut enrller. His proKi-mn wns selected from the works ot Handel, Schumann &ehuberl nnd others to be climaxed with nn nrla from Giuseppe Verdi's Rigolctto", nnd n Prolojjue f,,, m HiiRgici-o Leoncavallo's "Pngllncd " "•" accompanist wns Miss Kluinc . Piano instructor In Mill.vaps- Ke, Jackson, Miss., who displayed unusual talent. Mrs. Hill Conducts Methodist WSCS Meeting Mrs. James Hill. Jr., was program cnairman at yesterday's meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church he d at the church. Topic of Mrs'. Hills program was "Steep Ascent to Heaven." Joe T. Hughes, personnel director of the Arkiinsas-Mlssoitri Power company, was guest speaker of the afternoon, discussing "Ijibor Relations." Special music was presented by Mss Mary j 0 Eilton anrt Harry Fritzius, j,-., «i, 0 were accompanied by Miss June Slices on the piano. Refreshments were served din-Ins the social hour by the hostess, who included Mrs, Hill, Mrs. L E Old Jr. Mrs. Clara Davis. Mrs. T.ov Welch. Mrs. G. O. Hutjbard. Mrs A. E. Himtley, Mrs Gils Ebertlt Jr Mrs. Mell Brooks. Sr., Mrs Him-cv' Morris. Mrs. Sally Hubler. Mrs W A. Stickmon. Mrs. W. T Obcrst" Mrs. John Walker and Mrs. Jack Robinson. Auxiliary to Meet Members of the American Legion Auxiliary win meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at Dip Hut, when they will serve refreshments to the Legion member.; who are celebrating the BT/miEVTLLg <ARK.) COUBIER NEWS Circle One of Co/vary Baptist WMU '' Coming Events Social Calendar TucsrtiT The Gosnell Baptist \V. M. U. will meet at the church, 1;SO p.m Alplm Beta Chapter of EpMloii SlBiim Alplin are having an Invitational <lnm-e at Lomile's Club nt 8:30 p.m. Alpha Alpha Cluipler of ij c tn Sigma phi will meet nl home of Miss Diirbai-ii Child. 7;M p.m. Wednesday Alpha Delta Chuplcr of iietix SigniB Plil will meet wilh Mrs j N Dn.v, 19i>4 JIcHi-ii, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Rolnnd Wnrrlnsloi) will en- lertnln Ihe L. E. w. Club members U her home. Timrsdiiy Mrs. H. A. Copclnnd will be hostess to the Blytheville Hook Club. Mrs. John Clonse will cnlcrlaln the Avaloi) Bunco Club. The G. N. n. club will be enler- Inincd nl the home of Mrs Uvron Null. , • ' Mrs. Dale lioriio will be haslcss to the Thursday Root Club. Mrs. Henry Humphreys will eii- tcrtnln the Thiirsdny Contnicl Chili The T. N. club will meet at Die home of Mrs. Gene Dickinson Mrs. A. G. Little will entertuhi members ot the Thursday Club The Mlrt-Wcck Club will meet lit the home of Mrs. j. Louis Cherry The Pathfinders class of the First Methodist chim-h will hitve their social meeting at the chuvch, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Nu Phi Mu sorority meeting with Mrs. Gilbert Hummock. 8 p.m. Benefit bridge party lit Woman's Club, 2 p.m. The Pathfinders Class of Die First Methodist Church will meet at the church for a covered dish supper at 7:30 p.m. Friday The Pnst Matrons nnd Pnsl f'at- roi« club will meet at the Woman's Club at 1:30 o'clock, for covered disli supper. Hostesses. Mrs J. W. Adams Sr., and Mrs. W. A. Stickmon.' Mrs. James' C, Guard will entertain Ihe Friday Cluh members. Mrs. Lendennle Fowler will IK hostess to the C. C. C. Club. Plans for County HOC Council Meeting Made Plans for the County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs meet- to be held March 2e at Uic ' Woman's yesterday Club were Ui.scus.ved afternoon's meeting of e °" C ° ( """ CllH '" met ycMerdny wilh MM ,."?'•, wilh clRllt ad (luce visitors. Mrs. Ju mCs ' '""««••.»'"• ^»v| s MK.hco an Mis. P. II. JcriilRan, present Mrs, S. 13. Mcohrc offered (h ojwnlns pvayn: ,„„) Mt . s . aci ,V; lend the nunuips O ( t|, 0 prevloii meelhiB. Mrs. D nm .|| u.nslird „," , i'« »r or ""' busl '««* scssloi: iflicn Mrs, Thonms clnvk was elect ' KCCTCtllr >'' »>"«'ceriliiB Mrs , nnd Mrs. erosion Thomn mlrman" 0 ' 1 ^""""'"'V «"«"«» The nible Study f rom Roninn was presented In the form of round tnblc discnssioti, n ,id closing »rx"' "'"" ° (tC ' Cd bV Mrs ' C '"-' orB * Mcmhers of Circle Two met wltl Mrs. Cecil Juckson. with 12 present, Including one new member Mrs Ann Guerlan. Prayer WHS Ice by Mrs. H. J. i.',), u li-cii mid Mrs Vornoii Bayd wns In charge of the business porlIon of the program Mrs. li, L. Vast binder presented the program, ns.slsle.i by Airs. Fund™ nnd Mrs. Vcrnon Jean. Mrs Don Jiavc the devotional f rom Mn i L luv 9:10 and prayer »n.s offered by Airs. Buck Cifrnumy. nefr.shments were served follow hig the business session anrt t>ro- firam. ' g the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club, who lire to be hostesses to the county group. The meeting yesterday, held at the home of Mrs. Freeman Hiiny wns opened with group singing of Clod America. The devotional was presented by Mrs. Olcn Alexander, »iul Mrs. Forrest Moore, president, was in charge of the business session, Two new members present were .Mrs. Hugh Wheat, who received the door prize, and Mrs. Clarence Tutor. A sandw ich plate with iced drinks- Del/ Baptist WMU Has Royal Service Program Members of circle Two of the W.M.u. of the 1*11 unpltsi Clnirel Kallici-ed last nlahl nl the homo o Mrs. Herman Kochlcr (or a Koyn Service program. Ten members nnd one visitor. MI-.S. j. v. Henderson president of the Dell \V.M U attended the meeting. Mrs. Henderson wns In charge ol 'he proprnm, which opened wltl sinning oj the hymn. "O Ftor n Thousand Tongues." The devotional wns presented by Mrs. A E Cnldwcll nnd prayer wa» offcrei by Mrs. nraxlon Gill. Following n hymn, "Does jcsns Care" Mrs Koohlcr gave n talk on (he topic "Hnwnllmii Have An Answer". Mrs tt c. Kcliner spoke on "Prejudice, or Mature Thinking", Mrs. C. A Smith discussed "Two QiiMlloiw" and the subject "Christ in Us Coulc Solve It Ah', wn s chosen by Mrs Curtis noivns Jr. Closing prnycr wns offered by Mrs. Curtis Downs Sr -Refreshments were served durlnn the socinl hour. was served. u- .1 ^^^^ ..*... fa i..w jiie IZI1CSI WOO! IS nrodltrpH Viv birthday anmversary ot the Legion, the Merino sheep . . native or Spain The finest wool Is produced by First Baptist YMA Meets with Miss Hill The Church y.w.A. or First Baptist met Inst night with Miss Mnxine Hill when gutsils Included Miss Peggy Van Winkle nnd members of the Y.W.A. nt Huffman. Mi«i clliric Overman presided over thr- business session in Die. nb- scnee of the president. Mls s Ellsc Louis gave the devotional, nnd the propiam on the topic "Rncln! Relations" ivns presented In the form of a round-table, discussion by the entire group. Closing prayer won oileied by Mra. furs.sell Bnugh. RofresiimenU were served during the socinl hour. «^t±r^::;t^,f ar ^ht, c ^ w*^™-*^-^^***"^ i, i; . ,. , • J'1'ri.i.iaiion . . . sharpened trale flavor diflV>n>nr» 'IV.,-!,,,;,.,,!!,^ ;r _i Sue's Beauty Shop 310 Dougan St. announces Miss Eudora Farris Brooks Graduate of Vogue Beauty Academy, Chicago Is Now Employed by Us As o Specialist in PERMANENT WAVING, SHAPING AND HAIR STYLING Airiypcs licauty Work at I'opular I'ricci l''oi' Appointment I'hone 2310 Operators: Sue Francis Kwlttva Ilrooks . -— »•!'['• *.^-imjiijii . , , rjlllin hy active out-of-door lives.. . And how the mon- lolk rush to line up for Folgcr's . . . especially these cKilly mornings when the vigorous goodness of i-olger's really hits the spot! - • — — r.*..w 1 iu»vit^».nj» >^i;u uuijy 1LL113- trale flavor dinbreiice. 'I'echnicnlly—if you slap * mess of apples in between pie crust you cnn cull it apple pie. Yet wlint a far cry from (tint legendary pie "Mollicr used to hake." The difference in coiiee flavor is often just an tremendous. How Nature and Folger's <ombine to bring you the World's Finest Coffee! nf l rainfall and ,o,l combine to pnxluco coffee with an ama«ng intensity of flavor. Folger's has pioneered the blending and roast- i»g of these special kinds of coJTees. The indivi duality of JhoKolj-er Flavor , is a "'««nph of selection, blending and volcamc-nsh processing of these colTces into a truly distinctive flavor. No other coffee £ quite like it! ., Try it Discover i<.s k««, wmey ' (a n g is clc 2 orous goodne J " j RIGUiAK, DRIP and f!Nf OKINO FOLGER'S COFFEE THERf'S A MOUNTAIN Of FUVOR IN F.VfRr SPOONFUl Off «lie «»»» nil it K«r imling » i-nliirfii), |MI|I| nlri|H'<l I'liKiii. lirar. K,i> WIviliiBj'i, ull-.MTji.l.Hi !..,« l m , „ F l,i,n,,,i.t ,,hi, iinvrrlililp inllur, invil ihn nkirl « lili-nlril nil nriiuml. 'lllin |>r<-|- • «.ili,,ii fmcl, i» l } -|ilfst| nf tl, e ImiiM! ilrrmr*" linn lime iiinir in »V iliv kllrlirn i,, g)l ,,!,, P . j,, lie tn«)iiuil u.irlil. School Study Course Is Postponed Hlnh Sdiool Study Course cil (o !)(, |,«lll lit tllC llOHU- Ot Mr. nnd ^!:•.s-. J. C. Ixwc, ll:is been )K»i])onpcl until next 'I'liosdav ilKlil. 1:30 o'clock, it WHS nniioiini-ci! oduy. W. D. Tommoy, prlnciiml ot Bly- th'ivlllc Jtieli school, win loul llm on nt next Tncsduy nl|!lif.s . t <i wlilcli llic fiithcrs of tin, hl)j]) *C|«)0| .MIHlvilU ill-B llH'lU'li. •I'hls Is one )ii n sorlns of Study GYHirses liclng pri-.sriitod unclc'i i|xuuor.slil|) o; the lilfili school j'ur- -TiMiclu'i.s A.'isoclullon. 'mmanuo/ Baptist WMS •folds Service Program A Roynl Service pro«nnn on (lie iilc "Chi-lst thu AiKu-ei- to Uncial pnslon" wns presented nt ycMcr- uiys nicpllni! of nvcinlwn ot tho Luxora News The Business Women's Circle o Ihe K'rsl. Biiptlst Ciiurcli me nunstlny nl(j))t nl tl)e liomc or Mrs tl. C. Urlvcr, Jr. Nine members wer 1)1051.111. After iv short business iwellng, Mrs. Wnltcr Wood gavt the ricvodonul. Mrs. J. S Ollv« was 111 flini-gc of Uio Di-OBinm, subject Wirlst nnd Tensions," After the IH-HBI-IUII, Ihc liostcss served n dos- sert course. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. U. Brmlley )m< is their guests over the wcckcm J ictr piireiils. Mr. nnd Mm. Uurt Hrndlcy of Clinton. Ark, nnd Mr "',", ft '"- C.C. Qnnicr of Hurrlson i, ,', ^ n "" ll< '>"* sister. Mrs. c I . KoWnson nnd (IniiBhlflr ot I!iu- risoii ulsa were gncsls, Mr, nnd Mrs .Fred George tin. '"""H-t. the birth of a sou. Cd Miss Patsy liichardsoii. student nt ,,,. I , ,..'"• Coll <'KO. «l»nl the M , '" hcr l mi ' l '»'s. Mr. mid Mrs. Murray lilchnrdson Mr. and Mrs. 'i-hoodorc I.endlnr; «f S . Louis were the honsenuests week <IUCI M ' 5 ' A ' Ijlvcl ' nnl llls t Mrs. I.lllliin I'Yocnr left Mnndiiv for hvaliM-llle. Ind., („ n.slt |,c'r jl ( Mcr. Mrs. UciiKCl McOec,'who i.-, Mrs. 0. \. aoorcc. who was Injured In nn automobile accident nt lurrell Iwo weeks <IKO, has returned linme from Memphis Iluptlsl lios- 1" a). Mrs.Phllllp George, who Injured In the sumo accldcnl Mill fs In the hospital, nor condllir.,, | s rcpniled much Improveil. Mls.s- Snritli l,ni)KSlon. student al lie University of Arkansas, visited her fnlhor, Mr. H. c. LaiiKslon. over Ihe weekend. Tin- Worker's Council for I "apt 1st Churches of Mlsslssli County met VYIdiiy ,u, ihc'i,ux,, r ,, llnptlst Church. Nlnely-ftvc wen present for n luncheon nerved !>' the w. M. u. of itw churcli. Ui 11. I,. Drlduc.i, executive sccrcliir 1 "f the Slate llaptlst, Monrd. was the principal speaker. Ills subject wns I ho financial cninpaltin undi-rwav for llic benefit of Ouchhtx Collcue Aikiulclphln. n |[ niKlpeckerji nrc foiiml In cxled Kei-tlons of the world ex on Ihe Islnnd of M«<lii K nsciiv und In the Auslinllnn region. Wiinien'K MIsslonnry Society of Iin- nminic) l>n|,ti.,t Church, held nt the chinch. Plvo incinbcj-.s ivcie prcsenl. Mrs. Hnvncy Humes offered lliy eiihiK pruycr, nnd Mrs. Jolly isell prcscntccl the devollonnl nnd nlso wna In churnc of the nflcv- noon's prognnn. Closlnt: pruycr wus illvcn by Mrs. M. E. Wade. SPECIAL! Wednesday & Thursday Dozen Spring Clothes Pins 49 Smashing Value! 18 PIECt Breakfast Set 198 Beautiful Assorted Colors Cannon Bath Towels 22x44--Smart Plaids Reg. 79c Value 49 Dozen 5.75 CANNON TOWELS, 20 x 40, $4 nA Assorted Plaids, Reg. 49c 3 for \ t \j\j CANNON WASH CLOTHS, each Sc Dozen CANNON MUSLIN SHEETS, 1st quality, over 130 count per sg. inch, 81x99 CANNON MUSLIN PILLOW CASES 42 * 36 each QUILT COTTON 2 Ib. roll 790 Calvary Baptitt Meet with Peggy The liitermcaiafe a. A. of Calvarr Baptist Church met last night wlfh PCRBV Webb, with three rtrtSE LCI a Fay Tlmyton, Joyce In«r«m nrfdm ''Til noblnson P»*S*Tta addition to the members The program "The 5 -Star Ideals » was Jn charge of Joan TedloclTwha WM assisted by Bonnie Olover, Peggy Wctjb and Blllle Pay Graham Following the program, Peggy Wc»)> and noiinlc aiover were glvSi <> snprbo birthday shower by the jiraiii), and rclreMiments were served o ''/£/«?) 1 CijWX' -§ LIKE POUR ING MONEY DOWN A RAT HOLE A car con "nicklt and dim." you , o <l«lli .11 llincoiejloliof IMnnt *™"0 wl ' h " ''"I Wd /.plKlng lliimj% o.i .1 cjr Jim »e»r oul. .. »nd "'* EASY PAYMENT BUDGET PLAN You will be amjrcd 11 how w, CM now REDUILD you, „• cooipl«i, o< jiiypa,i O f (i w |hl) | ( w .,,^. VO.J wonderful icwict without > tot 0' ««PCfl5«. Out «.,sy |« rm p | an cm- CI1 EVERYTHING .bout your <•". .iccusioonlortitim.fejnd convenient pjynicnli Phone 578 Sullivan-Nelson CHEVROLET CO. .'!<)! West Walnut Continuous Shows Hox Office Opens 1:45 Show Shirts 2:00 LISTEN TO KICN 8:00 «.m. 12:48 p, m . 4:30 p.t Tuesday Only An Act of Murder with Frcdrlc March nud Kilmoml O'Brien Selected Sh»rt Subject C'onllnuuus Showlnc Everyday Wednesday & Thursday Friday * M-ftt tuetfMKt rut tour ft* XCLARK CABLE / WRITER MD€EOd X I VAM JOHNSON I BRIAN DONLEVY/; \ csuusncuon \ munuouK * X eewM* UNOU Stlcclfd Hhor( SuhjrcU ConlJiiuouj Showing Everyday Coming to the Ritz Miircli M-30 JOAN Ot ARO wilh liiRrld Bcrftman anri Jose Ferrer . Bm Office Opens 6:30 Shuw Sta.(s B:45 Opens Sunday I;00; SlarU 1:11 Continuous Slums Sat. & Soa. Itarcaln Night Every Nl«h« Excent Saturday No passes honored on Sunday *l Rosy Theatre Tuesrlay and Wednesday (DOUBLE FEATURE) MOANTONTAIM; o/ |

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