The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 7, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 7, 1949
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PAGE FOUR Society Amelia Satiba, Society Editor f Phone 4<16I lyiiss Bobbie Jean Pankey If Wed to Ralph Keenon : Miss Bobble Jean Pankcy, dau- rht«r of Mr. »nd Mr*. Herbert Pankey became the bride of Ralph Keenon, s on of Mr. and Mrs. Keenon and tii« late Mr. Keenon or Blythevitle, in * ceremony solemn- Ixei Saturday afternoon at the ^ottonwood Point Baptist Church. ; The Rev. P. H. Belew, pastor, officiated at the single ring ceremony. • Miss Mildred Frank, who served •* maid of honor, u - a.s the only feminine attendant. She wore an •flernoon frock of pale blue crepe vlth blue and pink accessories. The bride wore a grey Cobort •uit with pink accessories. Her frock wz& complemented with a corsage of white carnations. Following the wedding, the couple left on it short wedding trip before returning to Blythevllle to make their home where he Is decorator at Grafter's "Store. The couple will reside at 101 Chickasawba. Chapter N, P. E. 0. Meets With Mrs. W. H. Pease Chapter N of the P. K. O. Sisterhood met with Mrs. W. H. Pease Friday for a business meeting and the election of officers. I Mrs. J. W. Adams was elected president for the year, others lo I eerve with her are Mrs. L. E. Old, vice-president; Mrs. w. L. Homer, recording secretary; Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Hurry Kirby, treasurer; Mrs. Elton W. Klrby, cimplnln nnd Mrs. W. H. Pease, guard. Delegates and their alternates elected to attend the state convention In Fort Smith In April were. Mrs. J. W. Adams and , Mrs. Chester Caldwel! as delegates »nd Mrs. W. L, Homer and Mrs. L. E. Old, alternates. * • • Mrs. Hardy Entertains C B. C. Club, Guest Mrg. Alvin Hardy was hostess to the C. B. C. Club and one guest, Mrs. Earl Damon when she enter- Uined at her home Friday. , During the rook games, high •core was won by Mrs. Hardy with Mrs. Damon winning second high •nd Mrs. Paul Byrum, rooko. The home was decorated with attractive arrangements of Jonquils »nd mixed Spring flowers. The hostess served refreshments of * dessert course with coffee. • • * Dessert Bridge Given By Mrs. Monroe Grain Mr?.. Monroe Grain was hostess »heri ihe entertained the Friday Club with » .dessert bridge at her home st 1011 West Main. Mixed Spring flowers In pastel •hades were used to decorate the entertaining rooms, of the home During th« bridge games, Mrs James Roy received high score~and brldgo with second high being wan by Mrs. J. Fan-is McCalla. Mrs. Benyman Hostess To Bridge Club Members ., Mrs. William Berryman was hos- To Sing Here A native of Yugoslavia, Mnrko Rothnuiller, baritone, will be the next artist to appear on the series of conccrls made possible for the currcnt season by the Blythevllle Civic Music Association. lie Bits of News Mostly, . be here Mtnch H for a proKrnin to be presented In the Mox Theater on Main Street at B p.m. Mr. Rollnniiller made his first American reclul appearance in New York's Town Hall on January 16 of this year, followint; Irlumplis in Europe and a. highly successful American operatic dcnvit, He made his debut. In 1932 at the Hamburg- Opera House. He was s member of the Vienna Stnte Opera In |9«. and Joined the New London Opera Company In 1947 He studied In Vienna under (h.-. com-' poser. ,ilban Berg, n ml has won acclaim with some ol his o»ni com- iwsltion.s. His program ID nlytheville will be the fourth for the 1048-40 season. which is the first tor the Dlythcvlllc Civic Music Association, which was organizerl lost fall with nearly 1,000 members. Admission to the concert will be by membership card only. Friday when she entertained toe Double Four Bridge Club at her home at 105 East Cherry ] nnK 1 . 1 ""^'' " nn « tm <*"* of Jon- school th7re" quiis and yellow snapdragons were Voice Scholarship Is Awarded to Miss Chiles Miss Peggy chiles, riaushlcr of E. S. Chiles of Osceoln. has been awarded the voice scholarship nlveil by (he Arkansas Federation of Women s Clubs for the Egyptian Music Camp at DuQuoln, 111., from j,n !e 0 to July 2». She Is a pupil ol the towlston School of Music In niv- Uicvillc. Miss Chiles, who Is a senior In Osccola High school, recently won he Good Citizenship Girl 'honor In her school, alter having becTi elected Itomecomlng Queen nnd Miss Merry Christmas" Slit- u president of the Osceola H| B h Schoci! Honu- Economics Club sec retnry of the Osceoln Chapter, Nn- onnl Honor Society; , sccrcliu-v of the student Council, senior class reporter and member of (he Dooslcr nnd Dramatic clubs in iu c hi a h " T ^,V r 'r K the aft « n °<m cames. Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr. received high score and Mrs. Ed Cook second high. . on g. Refreshments were served by hostess. the Gro-V Club Organized By Sudbury Students ™ e . I"" a»d sixth grade girls Announcement of her latest hnn- «r ivns made today b.v Mrs. John W uciuiUTton of Osceota, state chairman of the Pino Art., In the Arkansas I-ederatinn of Women's Clubs. Mrs. Elliott Hostess To Demonstration Club Armorel Home Demonstra- ub met Thursday nt the home the aft- le "Y" Saturdav HT n :^" rch 5th ' to form " Grn-Y Club. About 50 children were present. Due to the large turnout (, e group was divided according to grades. Th c mth grade gh s\ a ' and business :endln K for „ pot-luck lunch .. ,, t v .n; t>J^ t]J Saturday attcrnoons and , - — "••-> *iiiu me .!I a ?.?._ Elr l s .. wl » "old their . Officers elected for th duriuK the business session, at'which tune a rommiiteu was nppinnt-t! t ii'nke plans for the piny i<, be M>, M , • Y .. |Smc<i by thr- club. Those oil Ihp t| )e l c ""inutli-ewi-rcjrrs W O Ander , ' ' n . n , ( ,, Mr ' v T " ft «el/gor. Mrs R'L Adklnsrvn gave the devotional Inrcn from First Peter Rfter which Mr" dei ni i M (1 " ni;m - comity home n^'' 01 ',. 0 ! 1 , * tc . lu ' Us a »<t "niching lores Pruitt. scrapbook editor BABY CHICKS Healthy, Sturdy • Buy (he JJesl' « Master Mix Feed None Finer Lewis Poultry 419 East' Main Phone 3317 H , s. H. L. de, of "rh l>l ' <i! lim, , V «nit. who r he next wns elrctrd lo Ncvvs Want Ads AMAZING NEW DISCOVERY FOR RHEUMATISM, ARTHRITIS Gives Fast Pain Relief ^te...Hospital Tested Crappie or Catfish 24 HOURS DAILY Special Sunday Dinner 7Sc Simpson Cafe Ark-Mo State Line 1 •rlhritic p«ir ti.lMDRTNi i the country. In m^torturctof ihturri»lit rthrilic «ri peo- re «hl« llliiiH^ili!' KIRBY DRUG STORES L Mrs. Murray Smart was admitted to Die Baptist Hospital In Memphis Saturday where she will nnder- Ko a major operation. Mrs. Eunice Young spent the weekend In Newbern, Tenn., ivlib her mother. Mrs. Kitty Lancaster. P. Q. Reichcl is recuperating nt his home 1201 West Heani, following a heart attack Mrs. Paul Grcenwell returned io her home Saturday from Cape Gir- ardeiu!, where she underwent nn operation at the SI. Francis Hospital there. Her conditioned Is Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conwtty left this morning ior Hot Springs where they will spend a three weeks vacation. Marcla t.ou Wilson returned to her hoine after having spent the past week in I'araKould with her grAiidruircnts, Mr. and Mrs. C. W Fnrrrst J. S. Unite)), who 1ms been uiuicr- Bolng irrHliiirnt for the past two weeks at Ihc Methodist Hospital In Memphis, will mitlreo an operation there tomorrow. Mrs. Haljscll nnd their daURlJUT, Mrs. W. L. Phillips of Little Hock In with him. Their son. Herman Hnlsell ol Oklahoma City. Okla. • today. Is expected to arrive WE TKE V'OMEN any trouble with since-then," he n\ Ruth Mlllctt NKA Staff Writer When a Navy veteran sophomore at Pennsylvania Stnte College found he couldn't keep on with his part-lime Job and get .his study- IIIK done he gave up the Job for babv-slltlng. "I haven't hnd my school work says proudly. And yet p. lot of housewives who grow mentally i nzy wnlle thelr children are young claim they just never have n chance for any kind of mental stimulation. TIXM- blnmc the fact that they've H their minds grow rusty onto Ilieir brlnff nothing more than "Blorlficrl baby-sitters." Well if a 30-ycar-oM vet can study for ,, college dccrree while baby-slllinpr, why can't wives Improve their minds, too. Not Br.iln-Wcar.r Sure, they're llred nl the end of the day when the kids are finally t» bed nnd the ' enoush fnr some nnd Ihlnkinp. Dot the-v'rp brain-weary. Putting th eir mind., lo work while their ti,- cd muscles i-clax might do a lot to get them hm»e Is oiilct serious reading body-wean-— not ' . It's easier for * Hie children for woman to blame lotting her min - -^w.^jf, jn- ( muni to seed, than to keep Icarnim- to set new stimulating ideas But all over Ihe country' hlch school and college sludents are combining the job of babv-slttinr with the job of studying. " If they can do it, sr> can the hoii.wu-ife If she really wants to co on educating herself soc-o. Monday Sub-District Council i Tn ' 8 " b - DL '>t''k:l Council meet- Between 250 «nd 300 Blythevllle .'"*, wl » ^ he'd »t the Pint Meth- citizens were guests or the Alpha odist Church ., ,.,„ „_. Alpha , nd A ,p Bna Delu clhnne p t e r T 0 " the Beta Sigma Phi sorority at a ;«« honoring Mrs. H. W. Wylle as Blytheville's Woman of the Year, at the Hotel Noble yesterday. .,.,,.,„.„ TU""")' ',, Th * s°r°rlty group announced Ihe HlBh School P. T. A. will meet th« results of nominations jtibmlt- i. 3 p.m. in the schoni anriiinri,,, n ted »nd considered by a secret com- odist Church it 7:30 p.m. The Alpha Bet.i chapter of Ep- f '.?,'?..^! B T, a /'I' 1 " 1 «« having an avng an nvitntlo.ial dance. »l Lomile's Club t 8:30 p.m. Tut*eJ«j> . . . at 3 p.m. in the school auditorium for their regular meeting. The executive board will meet at 2:30 pm In the library. The senior younn people fellowship supper of the First Methodist • • be held at 7 pin. at Church will the church. The Yarbro Home Demons) ration Cint> will meet at the home of Mrs Dave Abbott at 2:30 p. m. The Charlevolx Chapter of the D. A. R. will meet with Mrs C I, Mt-Watcrs, 2:30 p.m. with Mrs A. M. R. Branson as co-hostess The Women's Circle '•"'-i i •! 1^it tin — ir of the Calvary Baptist Church AX,. C ;-. r L. * i meet with Mrs. j. D. widner Mus 'c Teachers Attend 7 Carolyn, for their rrmitar nm- Mt>nt!nn j n Memohi Mo. At The Hospitals niythcvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. G. R. Nave, Qullcn Fred H. Sprout, cily. Leslie Moore, Dell. Hatch city Ruby Nell Dnnhcr, Iluftman. Hattic Mne Hill, Armorel Mrs. Nathan Ncvcrs and baby, Walls Hos|>l(.il Dismissed: Mrs. o. E. Rny a,;ri babv Vete- erans Housing Quarters 'aivthe- ville. Bob Raybiirn. city. T. A. Morgan Jr. Osccola Mrs. James Tankerslev Llivora Virgil Davis, cily. Wanda Mae Smith, nt 3 c i( y Mrs. Thomas Houeycutt and unby. cUy. Mrs. Braxton Gill Ocll. rt .-«•... u , u, v^ltllUl 2117 Carolyn, for their regular pro gram meeting. Mrs. Graham Kudbnry will en- Icrtain members of Club Emht at hfr hnme. Mrs. limner Sims Jr. will be hostess to the L-a Ntieve club members. L The Tuesday Bridge club will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Criirircr. Mrs. T. R. Colemai, will cnicr- laln the l.a Pclltc Club. Tri-Town Bride Club will br pn- lertalned at the home of Mrs Worth Holder. Wednesday The Intermediate Council meeting of the First Methodist Church will meet at 1 p.m. Tlie Vacation Church School Clmlc will be held at the First Methodist Church beginning at 10 a.m. and ending at 3 p.m. A lunch will be served at the church Mrs. O. V. Daws will entertain the Blythevllle Rook • club at her home. Mrs. Noycs Boline will be hostess to the L. E. W. Club. The Town and Country Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs P. D. Foster. The Chlckasaw Chapter of the Delphian Society will mc et at 10 a.m. in Noble Hotel. Mrs. w. J. Wunderilch will be hostess lo the Wednesday Club. Thursday Mrs. Ed Cook will entertain the Double Four Bridge Club at, her home. The Fiilelis Sunday School class of Ihe First Ba>)tlst Church will meet with Mrs. Joe K. Waddy for a pot-luck supper nt 7 p. m. Co- hostesses will be Mrs. G. V. Daws alrl Mrs I.llllc Slsk. The Maple Grove cemetery A.uo- soctatlou will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Webb, new Hearn, at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Langston Ashford will entertain Ihe Octette club members. Mrs. Eddie Ford will be hostess to the Avnion Bunco club. The o. N. B. Club will be enter- Iftined at the home of Mrs. J C Frazier. The Thursday Rook club n-lll mcet nt the home of Mrs. T. W toforth. Mrs. Henry Humphreys will be hostess to the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Don Hnley will entertain ihe Thursday Night Chib «! her liome. The T. N. club «-lll be entertained at the home jf Mr*. CV C Auten. Mrs. W. H. Pensc will be hostess lo the Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. rt P. Klrshncr wtll entertain the Thursday Chib The Mid-Week cluh will be en- Icrtninrd at the home of Mrs. W. Homer, Frlrl.i.t Mrs. Ross Moon: will entertn... tlie C. B. C. Club at her home. Mrs. Russell C. Fan- will be hostess to the Friday Contract Chib. The Friday Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Oscar -HOT , HASHES? , Ar f ,' ou *olnK thru the function m\M\e-, K t' period peculiar to women (38-52 jr..) j Dot, thli mnko you " a " Than 250 Attend Tea Honoring Blytheville's Woman-of-the-Year nilttee Saturday] Those attending the tea were sreeted by Miss Kutopla Wliltworth president of the Alpha Alpha Chap-' lor and the Sorority's City Council vhp presented Mrs. Wylle with the rS.V'J 8 ^ P rec °e nWn * h" »s the during /^l W ° man '" B »'<»«IIlc Mrs. Frances Gammlll and Mrs i. H. Carway presided over the tea able, which was decorated by a I Mrs Glen •entcrplece of Talisman roses.'the be selectee on ejther side.. Sorority hosesscs during the tea included Miss Mary Gray and Miss Vera Goodrich ol the Alpha Alpha chapters. Mrs. William H. O'Keefe Mrs. F. E. Utley and Mrs. Richard Watson of the Alpha Delta Chapter. The guests were met In Ihe hall prior to entering the tea-room, decorated with gladioli and Jonquils, by Mrs. Jimmle Edwards. Mrs. James Klllett and Miss Florence Moore. Mrs. Ro;ise Harp provided piano music for the rirsl hour or the tea and Mrs. Ted Lysler, for the last hour of the tea. Airs. Wylle Is succeeding Mrs. Gilbert Hammock as the Woman nf the Year, and Is the third Blythe- vllle woman to be named by the Woman of the Year in Mr. and Mrs. Dulton C. Powklon of the Fowlsion School of Music in Blythevllle, returned Saturday from Memphis where they spent two clays a* guests of the Mid-Soutli Piano t>;-liol:ushi[.> Association, and as.iist- eu in forming plans lor a Youn- Artists Coiiccr- Bureau. The organization of the Yuun" Artists Concert Rurcau will arrang" and manage concert lours to nearby smaller towns. With the adUcc nnd axsbUmcc o; Mrs. Kiltie D. Mjlyucuux. ui N College Student Says Baby-Sittmg Good for Grades material is to be used j or work iu the new building. The workers make th« daily collecting the lumber In prlvp cars and truck and a scliool bus I Completion ol the work Is exue<l ed this week. Mi-Laurhlan and daughter: lie sill with the other children. o~"- ^f- *'*>J»i AlUiJUA, <JI 1M. .V I W(LU York, director o( Ihe National Music live. League, Inc., standards were sa lor those seeking auditions in voice, limno or vuiy instrument of symphonic caliber. This tri-slatc Young Artists Concert Bureau. Mis. Moly- Jicaux commented, Is Ihe lirst surh regional organization in the United StalM aside from the New Yor't Auditions n-jll be held in ,\fem- phis in June lor iiiu.-ilc-1-.uis between 18 and 30 inclusive, u-uh lurlhcr details to be Only re-si- ilenLs of Arkansas, Mi^is-sippi and Tennessee are eligible. ac- ceplcd ior bookings will be managed lor not more than live years by tin; Bureau, whose dual purpose is to furnish pood music to smaller towns at prices they can aitord. and to give youiiE artists actual colleen experience. A board of Directors will manage i oy each mwnbcr the non-prolit buie.Hl as an nctiv- I orite scripture Th ity ot the Memphis and Mid-Kouth ' iim „,«„„ Father and Son Banquet Held by Baptist R. A.'s The R. A.'s of the Dycss Baptist Church had tlicir annual Father STATE COLLEGE, Pa (NEAI- nml Son Batif[iipi last ivcek at the D:it >y sitting ma y keep you out inX liinchrooin. Approximately "lehts. bin It's wonderful on the inn ..!,„...i^.i report card. That's the »ord o! cxpcrli-ncc irwn i(tis.sell T. McLnuehlan, a M- year-old Navy veteran from Philadelphia, who found hte return to stmlenl Jl/c a tortuous process until he discovered how much siitlni; did for his thinking. "The chlldicn BO lo bed earlv." he «iid, "nnd thai leaves the evening free [ar concuulruUiin." When he began his tough engineering at Pennsylvania Slale CollcRC, he worked nights as 100 nttended. 'liie ;:PV. C. Z Holland, pastor of the First aiptkt Church in Joncs- boro was the snest speaker. He was school English teacher at Dvcss. At the close of the meeting, the RPV Mr. Holland shnwed .slide pictures of missionaries and tlie people with whom they wotk and where they The banquet tables were covered with white clolh.s and centered will) arraiiBcments of jonquils flanked by yellovl ity of the Memphis and Mid-South Piano Scholarship Association. Junior R. A.'s Meet For Regular Program The Junior R A.'s of the Number Nine Baptist Church met Thursday afternoon at the church for their regular meetitiK. with 15 members and three visitors. Max Williams. Jessie Williams and Leon Sandforti present. The devotional e'ven by Mrs. Bob Stovall. was taken from Psalms 23. alter which she led the group In prayer. The roll call was answered by each mpinbpr repeating his f n v: part, Regular Meeting Held By Burdette P. T. A. The Burcietle Parent-Teachers Association met Thursday afternoon at the hich school auditorium for their regular meeting. A musical prrsrani was presented by pupils of suss Mildred Franks MM. II. a. Slicxriti, presided during the business session at which time It was decided that the study course would be held Thursday March 17, beginning at 10 a. m i n the high school auditorium. Mr.s Doyle Turner's room won the prize during the room count. by yellov-l tapers'in crystal holders a short order cook, ills markr. Each guests' place was marked with sl«m|>c<! lo the danger point, greem shamrock nut cups. So Mi-Lauchlan, the balding father of a two-year-old girl, tried baby sillins; ns nn experiment. Not with his daughter, but with Ihc nciuhbois' children. "It worked like a charm," he said. His marks Jumped lo a hlKh average. And. who sits will) Ills own daughter? Mrs. McLauchliui, of COUIM;. Feuiiltr. Saturday Mr.v Ge.ln Atkinson will m ter- aln with a tea from four to five -it her home, honoring Mrs J F W lenmnnn, president general of the the proirrauv and thrir topics were' Willis Hhoaiis. "Mission Work-" Thomas Kirk, "Indinas of Arizona"; Eugene Rhoads. "Oklahoma Indians"; Charles Langston III. "Five! Civilized Tribes" and Hoyce Kellick.' "Plains nr Blanket Tribes." The fourth chapter of "Indian Blankets" was tauchi by Mrs. Stovall. The cro\ip was dlsmised with the repeating of the Lord's prayer. Class Meeting Is Held By Sudbury Students The Sbub Grade students of :;ud- biiry School met Friday afternoon ; for their business meeting. Miss Aiiua Peters is me class teacher, j The group was called to order bv the president, Barbara Sawyer, j after which the minutes were read I by the secretary and approved. Fol- lowins the treasurer's report, ihe nrcsicient called for reports from tr» various committees. D;irinp the afternoon gamps vr:zp.= were won by Jim Moore nuti ivonne Stanley. Desha Residents Work To Rebuild School DESHA. Ark., March 7. IJPi-Scv- era. persons arc dclenninrd lo get a new school building for this Independence County community. About 40 residents ot Desha have donated their time, equipment anil labor to help in reconstructing Ihc scliool which was destroyed by tire recently. Several ot the workers arc makins; daily trips to ami from Little Rock to obtain lumber Irom abandoned buildings ai Camp Robinson. The RCA V ictor Records Uoom—Perry Cortio After You've Gone—Tom m.v Dorsey Melody Of .l.ove - SJceji My l.ove — King The Rosewood Spinet — Sammy Kaye Klmer's Tune—Glenn Mill tr In -My Dreams — Vaugiu Monroe Ruses Kor u Blue —Vauj-hn Monroe P ano Con cerl \,,. I—Freddie MaVlii-^ Startlusl—Artie Shaw Summit Ridge Orive Artie Shaw (I'lonmy Sunday Shaw Adams Appliance Co. Inc. J. W. AIMMS, .Mjr. «'. Main none 207t RELIEF AT LAST For Your COUGH Creomulsion relieves promptly bfcauie it goes right to At JFH of the trouble to hrlp loosen and «ptl gtrm lidtn ptilcj-m and aid nature lo sooihe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes.Tell your dru^Rist to sell you a bottle ol Creomliliinn w ttli ihe undemanding yon mint liki Ilie way it quickly «|l, y , ,|, t foiiph or you are lo hav. your mnnry luck CREOMULSION for Couchs.ChestColds, Bronchitis Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN !:00 ».m. 12:45 p.m. «;3o p.ri Last Time Today The Sun Comes Up wllh Jranrlte M.-irnonalA J.lfiyrl Nnlun rnramniinl New, * Selected Short CfliUlnuoii, ShnwtriR Every Day Tuesday and \Yedntsday .. . nkh " m>> Vt »» l » b l'' Com- 6fn»i? " """« •"'=1' «rmpt.-im»t Ilnkhun •Compound .lao IIM what ooctora c»U * stomachic Ionic e&ecti LYDIA E, PINKHAM'S Phone %« THE VVASHERETTE • Ul(l AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY I)a(e 1!)1!) & Division it Crosstown S-T-R-E-T-C-H that D-O-L-L-A-R Mrs. Averapc Housewife 1313 BudRct Street Blyihcvlllc, Arkans Dear Madam: He: Weekly Budget vs. Hish Cost of Living ass up lo nine r. s. Figure the cost per pound. Vou c»n really sji 3S(- per machine load '»ch machine, AND von ran dry those clothes for only the pure of lOc per machine load. 'MRS. THELMA MATHENKYl I, manager. Yours truly, The DUAL-TEMP 2 Refr/gerofor Box Office Opens 6:30 Show St:i.ts Ofidi.s Sunday l.'flll; Sl.Trlj I:U Cnntinuiiui Sln.irs * Sun B.lrsain Nljjhi Kvcr.i F.xcrpt .S.lliiniui No p.issi-s luniuri-d im SlindM; •) RUST Tlipatrc Last Time Toda JohnnyO'Clock - ullh tHrk Fcrn-d! and l^vclyn Kc.vcs Movlrlnnc News A- Short Tuesday anil Wednesday (DOUBLE FKATIIRKl \jSi>«'\ ltm " 8ROWN ' ^''^o

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