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9 Work on Final Plans for DCCW Cohvtention Here ;Th« board trf directors of the Sw* City Diocesan Council of claiolic Women met Sunday afternoon in SS. Peter and Paul's Auditorium, Carroll. Opening prayer was led by the V^ryRev. Msgr. Edward Vollmer Sioux 'City, editor of the Globe, who is the diocesan spiritual moderator. The major part of the busing session, conducted by Mrs. Agnes Fedderson of Sioux City, president, was taken up with final p{Sns for the annual Diocesan convention to be held in Carroll, Oct. a .f • • .'•.£s-. , . * * * the standing chairmen of the six committees selected by the Most Rev; Joseph M. Mueller, bishop of the Sioux City diocese, reported on th« workshops they have arranged for^convention day. Mrs. Leo Brfubnan, general chairman of the. convention, gave an outlined reg&t of the plans for that tiav. It was-announced that Mrs. Joseph, Kennedy, Boston, Mass., who wiBKbfe the main speaker at the convention, will use as her sub• jeflt? , ,4 An; Ambassador's wife at the: Count of St. James." Mrs. Kennedy, is expected to spend several days, in Carroll at the time of the c&Ventiotf. !H. * * * -meeting will be held later this week of all of the committee chairmen for the convention, at which time, Mrs. Brinkman and Mrs. Silyina Venteicher, vice-chairman, will distribute detailed outlines on the work of each group. Reports from the six deanery presidents, indicate that some 2,000 women may be in Carroll for the convention. Neighbors Honor the M, M. Campbells Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Campbell and family, who are leaving this week for Los Gatos, Calif., were honored by a group of close neighbors at a farewell potluck supper Saturday night in the home of Mrs. Lou Maneman and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Maneman. In the group besides the Maneman family and guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Determan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moebn and family and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Simon and family. * * * Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Campbell are planning to leave Monday night or Tuesday for Los Gatos. Calif., where Mr. Campbell will be- a salesman for the Chevrolet agency. They will go from Carroll to Griswold to pick- up their two younger children, Glennis and Johnny, who have been visiting since Friday with Mrs. Campbell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stevens. On Sunday, they took their oldest son, Joe, to Vermillion, S. D., where he has entered the University of South Dakota as a freshman student. The family's cost office address in Los Gatos will be general deliveryjintil they have found a permanent residence. Monday— Trinity Guild, Mrs. M. R. Tan Creti. « Carroll Council of Catholic Nurses, 8 p.m., Nurses Home. Monday Bridge Club, 1 p.m., Mrs. W. J. Wieland, Hotel Burke. Tuesday— St. Lawrence School Mothers' Club, 8 p.m., Parish hall. Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus. Women golfers' handicap tournament, Country Club. Wednesday- Driftwood Room, Hotel Burke. Past Noble Grands Association, Mrs. Fred Schaefer. Bridge Mixer Weekend Event At Country Club Vive tables of bridge were played Saturday night at the Carroll , , , Country Club with high score prize Grant Township Honiemakers j for - men going to W. H. Rust of Club guest day, Amber Room, > Glidden and high for women to Club 30. ! Mrs. William Leur. Toastmistress Club, Gold Room, I * * * Hotel Burke. Thursday- Newcomers Club, Driftwood Room, Hotel Burke. DeMolay Chapter, Masonic Temple B. G. Halverson won second prize for men, Mrs. Andy Matt second for women, Andy Matt low for men and Mrs. Halverson low for women-. Dessert and coffee were served Altar Society Plans Guest Night AUBURN — After vacationing during the month of August, the regular monthly meetings of St. Mary's Altar Society of Auburn were resumed Wednesday, Sept. 4. Mrs. George Smith, president, called the meeting to order following recitation of the rosary. Mrs. Henry Otto gave a report of the meeting of the Storm Lake deanery of the N.C.C.W. held at Cherokee recently. Plans were made for a "Guest Night" to be held Wednesday evening, Oct. 9. After adjournment, the meeting was turned over to the program committee, Mrs. Cletus Heim and Mrs. Robert Theulen. Bingo was played. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. E. A. Heim and Mrs. George Smith. * * * A food shower was presented to the pastor, Rev. Jerome Koenig, who spoke briefly. The lunch committee was composed of members of St. Ann's group with Mrs. Louis Tharnish, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Cletus Pudenz, Mrs. Ed Snyder, Mrs. Don Pick, Ann Reardon, Mrs. Edwin Bachman, Catherine Tharnish; Mrs. Orville Geier. Mrs Arlo Schrad, Mrs. Daryl Heim and Mrs. Lester Schulte. Gary Woerdehoff's 9th Birthday Noted Mrs. Irwin Woerdehoff entertained nine boys at a matinee party Saturday afternoon in honor of the ninth Birthday of her son, Gary, which took place Monday. After attending a matinee show at the "Carroll Theater, the boys returned to the Woerdehoff home where Gary was saluted with the birthday song and opened h i s birthday gifts. Lunch, with a birthday cake decorated in a cow boy theme, was the concluding event of the afternoon. Mrs. Woerdehoff was assisted by Mrs. Wilfred Randall. * * * Boys in the party were Larry Reiff, Richard Wiebers, John Randall, Gary Siepker, Dean Sing- sank, Robert Mulert, Tony Farrell and Cyril Owens. An additional guest was Mary Kay Randall, Each of the guests received favors. MORE SCHOOL DAY VALUES AT WATERS Carroll County SU1 alumni club, j before the games. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Kelly. * * * The next event will be a dinner, Personals Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wright returned Sunday from St. Paul, ... . Minn., where they attended the j ^ rs> °- E - J " er | ens and Mr ' and 4 Timet Herald, CtrrtH, le*i Monday, Stph 9, 1M? Idle Hour Club Reelects Officers GLIDDEN — Mrs. Walter Borchert was hostess September 5 to the "Idle Hour Club." Eleven members were present. Mrs. Bernholtz, Mrs. Arney Luchtel, and Mrs. Jim Davis were guests.| Roll call was "Fall Ideas." The officers of the previous year were re-elected, with Mrs. Claude Gleim, president; Mrs, Ward Salisbury, vice president; and Mrs. Walter Borchert, secretary-treasurer. After election, a talk and exhibition on home sewing were given by Mrs. Don Hansen. Lunch was served buffet style. The next meeting will be at the Northwestern Hotel Association convention. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Heider were weekend guests in Omaha of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and, Mrs. Carl Heider, with whom.they! attended the musical comedy, "My Fair Lady," Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Meinhardt and son, Nick, returned Sunday night from a weekend visit with _ „.„_,_ —~ Mrs. Meinhardt's brother and sis-'Frank Rosner, Vail; Bob Schroed ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Pierick, at Anthon. the^dateto be announced Hosts j home of Mrs. George Pierce, at which time hew members for the coming year will be installed. Personal Paragraphs Larry Pascoe, Mickey Arts, Joe Campbell, Mike Arts, Jon Brown, Jane Crane and David Boldt left Sunday for Vermillion, S. D., where they will attend the University of Sduth Dakota. Larry Pascoe is, transferring for his sophomore year from Northwestern University, Evanston. 111., and Mickey Arts, for his junior year from Simpson College, Indianola. The others - are" entering as freshmen. Mickey Arts is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Arts and Mike Arts, a son "of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Arts. and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. F. R. McCoy. Dinner Party At Arcadia for Robert Lei ting ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. "Herman Leiting gave a dinner party in honor of their son, Bob, Sunday evening in their home. Included in the group were friends of Bob's Luncheon, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Card party, SS. Peter & Paul's Aud., Thursday, Sept. 12. Adv. Polished COTTON SLIP 4 to 14 198 Everglaze polished cotton. Full circle'skirt. Heart shaped neckline, Singing Needles | all-over embroidery on bo- flflj ^^sfdice. Elasticized waist. Braid, •'• 'jj trim on wide shoulder straps, |||| hem and neckline. Adjust-O- $jm Magic* shoulder straps. Beautifully Washable Blouses Lets her move as much as she likes, as neatly as you like—thanks to Ship 'n' Shore's action-back pleats and trim-tuck tails! With smart two-way collar, handy-dandy pocket. An expert sudser in lustrous cotton broadcloth. White, loft shades. Prttty n »w Ship V Short bloum In pattern*/ toe 5th St Dept. Start Donald and Frank Coliison have returned to their work in Hunting- tori Park, Calif., after a two-week vacation at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Coliison. They were taken to the Omaha Airport by their parents and sister Rosemary, and flew from Omaha to Los Angeles. John Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Neil, who has been home on a seven-day leave from navy service, returned" Sunday night to Newport, R. I., where he will report for coastal duty aboard the USS Hailey. His brother, James Neil, who had been home for two weeks after finishing boot training at Great Lakes Naval Training Station, 111., left Friday for Norman, Okla., where he has been assigned to five weeks' training in aviation photography. Edward Turechek has returned from a 9,000-mile automobile trip of about three months to Western States and Canada. After a visit at the Black Hills in South Dakota, he met his brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. George Turechek of Los Angeles at West Yellowstone, Mont. The three then visited Yellowstone, . Teton and Glacier National Parks; Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper in Alberta, Canada,, returning to the United States for a visit to Coulee Dam in Washington, thence back to Vancouver and Victoria in British Columbia, Canada a nd down the Pacific Coast to • Los Angeles. Mr. Turechek stayed in Los Angeles for five weeks before his return home, visiting national parks and other points of interest on^he way back. er, Butch Schmitz, Ken Winker and Jerry Wittrock, Arcadia; Mary Louise Speyer and brothers and sisters of the guest of honor Bob plans to leave Sunday for Loras College, Dubuque, where he will enter as a freshman. Miss Ada Clements Hostess at Breakfast Miss Ada Clements entertained at a breakfast at Hotel Burke Sunday morning in honor of Miss Ruth Clements of New York City and Miss Gertrude Brown of London, Ont., Canada. Other guests were Miss Lenore Osten, Mrs. John Clements and Mrs. George Holland. 380 Breakfasts Are Served by Guild Approximately 380 persons were served at a breakfast given by the Immaculata Guild and Holy Name Society of St. Joseph Church, Sunday morning, in St. Joseph Hall. Tables were decorated with fall flowers. Arrangements were in charge of the September circle of the Immaculata Guild under co-chairmanship of Mrs. William Meyers and Mrs. Leo Reilly. Tommy Jons, 7, Honored on Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Jons gave a surprise birthday party at their home north of Carroll Saturday afternoon for their son Tommy who was seven years old last Wednesday. * * * Guests were Kenny Kieck, Jay Krogh, Michael Wall, Howard Mather, Tim Thomas, Joe White, Richard Jons, Gary and Steve Sundermann, Steve Vetter, and the guest of honor's sister, Vicki Jons. Dorothy Drees left .Sunday to enter Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, as a freshman. She accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Drees, who returned that evening. Sp-3c John L. Thompson, who was released from service at Ft. Sheridan, 111., Friday, returned home Saturday. He has been in military service nearly two years and was stationed for the past year at Selfridge Air Force Base, Mich. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Thompson. Buth Clements left for her home in New York City Sunday night after" visiting for three weeks with her "mother, Mrs. JoHn Clements, and brother-in-law and sister, Trtr. and Mrs. George Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoff and children,. Maxine and Doan, and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rogers and children, Kenneth, Eloise and Carolee, went on a picnic Sunday to the Ledges State Park near Boone. » ' Fred Booth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Booth, returned Saturday from Glacier National Park, Mont, where he has been employed for the summer in a hotel at Lake McDonald. He stopped in Minneapolis overnight Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Steve Huffman, flying from Minneapolis to Ft. Dodge where he was met by his parents. Henry Ottos of Manning Spend Weekend in Kansas (Timet Herald New* S«rvle«)' MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Otto 'spent the weekend with A-2c and Mrs. Clifford Stuhr at Schilling Air Force Base in Sa lina, Kan., and made the ac quaintance of the Stuhrs new daughter, Johneeta Marie. Darlys Vollstedt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vollstedt, has enrolled at Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bennett and Peggy Jo spent the past week visiting in Ottumwa and Kansas City, Mo. Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Dappen and sons spent the weekend in Brooklyn in the Dr. Roy R. Dappen home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Passick of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Burrows of Sumner were Saturday evening dinner guests in the Joe Knueven home. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lass, John Stoolman of Clinton and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arp. Mrs. Joe Sanders of Donnellson, Mr. and Mrs. R. Conrad of West Point, and the Rev. Ray Sanders, S.V.D. of Island Creek, Mass., were visitors at the Frank Sanders home Friday. Kenney Macke left Sunday for Des Moines, where he is entering Drake University as a freshman. He accompanied Floyd Wilkens, a junior at the university, who was home over the weekend. Cathy Booth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Booth, left Monday morning for River Forest, 111., where she will enter Rosary College as a freshman student. She was accompanied by two of her future classmates from Sioux City. DINNER PARTY Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Bernholtz and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Booth honored Mr. and Mrs. Campbell at a dinner party at the Brown Derby Saturday. The remainder of the evening was spent at the Bern- The children rode horseback and holtz home, played kitten ball and other games •, — after which Tommy opened his birthday gifts. A wiener roast with a decorated birthday cake was the concluding event of the afternoon. Mrs. Jons was assisted by Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann. * * * On the day of his birthday, last Wednesday, Tommy treated his classmates at school. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wessling and sons, Dennis and Gene, qccompan- ied by Mrs. Laura Oswald and CarolTiefenthaler went to Adams, Minn., Sunday, where Mr. and Mrs. Wessling were sponsors for their granddaughter, Marilyn Kay Oswald, who was baptized Sunday. Marilyn Kay is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oswald. 04tce a yeast SAVINGS EVENT perfect-fitting leg-size stockings Fully-fashioned and seamless PUflulorfy 1 .W a perir . . . NoW 1.66 3 PAIRS . .. 4.90 Luxury Sheen Dress Sheets—plain or accented seams Fully-fashioned Sandal • Seamless Sandalfoot Magi-Stretch • Over-the-Knee Magi-Stretch Servic*Weight Silk l««uiariy 1.SO «r pair .. . Now 1:28 3 PAIRS . ;'. 3.75 Seamless—Magi-lace Knee-Lengths Fully-fashioned or seamless Seamless—heel and toe Ixdoilvt Sllkmytt • Regularly 2.95 a pair . . 3 pair* ... J,t§ ONE WEEK ONLY! Now's the time to buy Bell«-Shar\, m«er stockings at this once-a- year savings pricel Ah ideal time for new customers to become acquainted with Belle-Sharmeer perfect-fitting leg-sizes ... for regular customers to stock up on their favorite stockingsl new Reflolorly 1.35 a pair . . . Now 1.17 3 PAIRS.. . 3,40 Walking Sheers Dress Sheers—plain or accented seams brev (purpl* edge) for il.nd.r er imall IMI, SIIM • to iow medite (grt«n for avtragt'ilz* Ug> SIwi8HK .ll ducheiS, (rtd *dg») for tall, lorgtr Lgi. Sli.i 9V, to im 31m 12 In torn* stylo* Classic (plain *dg») for largott Ugi. Slut 9fc to 12 SALE STARTS TOMORROW WATERS 5th St. D«pt. Store Marilyn Emery, Robert G. Toll Exchange Vows ' (Timet Heralri Newi Service) STAR — Marilyn Beth Emery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Emery of Coon Rapids, was united in marriage to Robert G. folle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tolle Sunday, Sept.. 1, at 2:30 p.m. at First Methodist. Church in Coon Rapids, Officiating at the double ring service "was the pastor, Rev. Cecil.C. Latta. Candlelighters were the bride's brothers, Richard and James Emery. Organist was Marvin Gustafson'of'Madrid. He played a prelude of nuptial music, the "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin by Wagner as processional and the "Recessional" by Mendelssohn. He also accompanied the bride's uncle, Wayne Orris of Iowa City, who sang "Because" before the ceremony and "The Lord's Prayer" while the couple knelt at the altar after the vows were taken. The altar vases were arranged with bronze and gold chrysanthemums. At the chancel were large baskets of white gladioli with gold satin bows. . * * * The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was attired in a floor-length gown of white crys- talette. The off shoulder V-neckline was trimmed in pleated nylon net. The bodice had embroidered crys- talette trim on the front panels -and the long wristlets of embroidered crystalette came to points over the wrists. The bouffant skirt featured vertical scallops down the front which opened over a panel of pleated net. The fingertip veil fell from a lace hat with the tiny brim encrusted with seed pearls'. The veil was her "something borrowed" and was worn by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Elwin Emery, at her wedding in June. The bride's pearl necklace and earrings were a gift of the groom. She carried a moderne side sweeping designed bouquet of garlanded frenched white carnations and tipped bfldal ivy over knotted white satin showers from a crowned detachable carnation corsage. . * * * The bridesmaid was the bride's sister, JoAnn Emery, who wore a chapel-length gown in princess style made of bronze crystalette over gold taffeta. Her picture hat was of gold crystalette. She carried bronze pompons in puffed matching satin. Junior bridesmaid was another sister, Janice, who wore a gown of gold crystalette with bronze sash and gold picture hat. She carried a miniature styled bouquet of bronze pompons with matching satin accents. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Ivyle Tolle. Ringbear- er was a brother of the bride, Larry Emery. He carried the rings on a white satin pillow edged with a net ruffle. Ushers were the bride's brother, Elwin • Emery of Plattesville, Wis. and Gene Tolle of Perry, a cousin of the groom. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Emery wore a blue dacron shantung dress with brown accessories and a white chrysanthemum corsage. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Tolle, wore a blue nylon lace dress with black accessories and a corsage of gold pompons. • * * Immediately following the cere- money a reception for 150 guests was held in Fellowship Hall of the church. The bridal table was covered with a white linen cloth and centered v/\\h the three-tiered wedding take which was decorated with white wedding bells and yellow roses. It was baked and decorated by Mrs. Dean Lloyd. It was cut and served by Mrs. Dick Orris of Jefferson and Mrs. Carmen Kempf of Dawson, aunts of the bride. At the coffe^ service was another aunt, Mrs.'Clark Lee, and Mrs. Elwin Emery poured the punch. Janice Schumacher was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Gene Tolle of Perry and Bea Hall of Madrid arranged the gift table. Members of the Wesleyan Service Guild with Mrs. Kenneth Betts as chairman was in charge of the serving. * * * When the couple left for a short trip to Wisconsin the bride wore a two-piece pink suit with tan accessories. The bride graduated from Coon Rapids "High School in 1956 and was a practical nurse at Iowa Lutheran Home in Madrid. The groom graduated from Coon Rapids High School in 1953 and has just completed 4 years in the U.S. Navy on July 24. After October 1 they will be at home -In Pomona, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth tolle were hosts at a wedding dinner for the members of the wedding party at the Fellowship Hall- of the church following the rehearsal on Saturday evening. The bride has been honored with sev.eral pre-nuptial courtesies. Be sides a shower locally, Mrs. Gene Tolle of Perry entertained at her home, and another shower was given at the Iowa Lutheran Home in Madrid where she worked. Ben Buelts Are Moving To Bredo Home (Timet Herald Newi Service) BREDA — T Mr. and • Mrs. Ben Buelt and family - of, Rtceville spent the weekend with relatives here. Their daughter, Judy, re« mained to attend St. Bernard High School. The Buelt family will move to Breda as soon as a home can be secured. Mr. Buelt and his brother, Leo Buelt, will operate the Buelt Hatchery. Leo and Frances Reiff were at Paton Monday where they visited at the Clem Henkenius home. Ronnie Wessling of Robertson, Mo., spent the weekend with his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Wernimont. , » Pvt. Raphael Wolterman of Camp. Carson, Colo., spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Wolterman. Guests at Mr. and Mrs. Joe Berning's, home Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Campbell and daughters, Nancy and Bonnie Jo, of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pietig and family of Carroll. Leo and Frances Reiff acc6m- panied Mr. and Mrs. Al Reiff of Carroll to Des Moines Sunday, where they attended the S ta t e Fair. * Mrs. Tena Langel and Mrs. Joe Berning visited Friday at the Lee Hawes home in Atlantic. Banns of the approaching marriage of Dennis Boes and Janice Engelen were announced at St. Bernard Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolterman and family, of Adams, Minn., came Tuesday for a visit at Mrs. Elizabeth Wolterman's home. They returned Wednesday, accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth Wolterman, who spent several days there. Mrs. Norman H i 1 m e r and daughter, Janet, of Schaller, Mrs. I Angie Puetz and Mrs. Anna j Schulte of Early visited Tuesday I at the August Boeckman home. Mrs. Lotta Coon of Early was a dinner guest Tuesday at the Gerhard Lammers home. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Art Woerdehoff of Wall Lake and Mrs. Irwin Stork. FACULTY PARTY (Timet Herald New* Serviee) MANNING—Mr. and Mrs. William Baley were hosts at a potluck dinner Wednesday evening. Guests were members of the school fac- | ulty, their husbands and wives, and ! members of the board of educa- I tion. Mrs. B; V. McKlnney and son. Mark, who spent several weeks with Mrs. McKinney's mother, Mrs. W. L. McConkie, returned to | their home at Northridge, Calif., Sunday. They flew from Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wegner and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McElhinney and family attended church services at the Methodist Church in Coon Rapids Sunday. A William Knabe piano was dedicated during the service and Mrs. McElhinney sang a solo for the occasion. Norma Bromert, Laura Wittrock, and Phyllis Drees spent the weekend with Miss Drees' sister, Pearl Drees, in Omaha where they attended "My Fair Lady" Saturday night and a matinee performance of the motion picture "Around the World in 80 Days," Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, George Sieve and Mrs. Sieve's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Tacke returned Sunday night from a weekend visit with Mrs. Tacke's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tacke and family in Yankton, S. D. While in the Yankton area they went on a sightseeing trip to Gavin Point Dam. 4 AN IMPARTIAL RECOMMENDATION THOSE WE'VE SERVED A. SHARP cm CARROLL, IOWA \'0\h Cmitiiiv ti>« Dc-.ciiii. CARYGJWOT DEBORAH KERR H ; A AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER GNBMASCOP£ COIOI * MUIM • Now thru Wed, • CARROLI ft, A CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE • Now thru. Wad. • 2 - BIG HlfS - Z "Flesh and the Spur" — PLUS — St Paradise In Color •0|»»n 7:00 P< m. If

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