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* " ""~ * "' ' ' FMDAY. AUGUST 3,' 1«34 PARIS NEWS, Club s Picnic (aiven At Gordon Oub Mr- and Mrs. Randolph Osburn, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Parker, and Mis» Mary Osburn entertained with a. picnic for twelve couples Thursday evening at the Gordon. Country club. After the supoer -which was served on the veranda of th» clubhouse, the group played contract. Those present were- Mr. and Mr*- 3D. Scott Hammond, Mr. and Mr«. Charles I^iller. Mr. and Mrs. 3?"ranlt Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Herman. Coker. Mr. and Mrs. James glckrpa'". Mr. and Mrs. Truman E- JohnsOE, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hold«n, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ijangford. Mr, and Mrs. Edwin "Wardell, Miss Oabuni, John Robert Campbell. Mr and Mrs. Parker and Mr. and Mrs. Osburn, Young Visitor Here Is Honored With Bridge Honoring her houseguest. Miss Edwiaa Akin of Atfstin. Miss Grady Cecile TVheat entertained •with a. bridge party Thursday afternoon at the home ot her parents. Mr. and Mrs, H- G. TVheat, 35 Mortis Twenty-ninth street- The rooms "were decorated "with, green and white flowers, and the table appointments and refreshment plate carried out the same color •cheiae Miss Caroline Mallory received the high score award- For the b«et stunt. Miss Akin received the first prize by singing a Spanish eony 2n the native language; Miss Virginia Faty received second by giving some of her original limericks- Tee guest list included besides tne honoree, the Misses Mary Alice Thebo, I/ou. Ann" House. Mildred .Strong, Jack Rush. Evelyn I,um- mus. Caroline Mallory, Virginia, Pazy, Jane Hunter, Charlsie Fleming and Jean Stockey. u ncoO mdustru _ _ ^f lor uVest Jexas COMPANY PLATLS EVs'^ned l* Mad*-- ;| 1 • :..r:7ir HEATVVLABLL*. J CHUKCH OP THE HOX.Y CROSS, EPISCOPAI* The only service for Aug. 5, the Tenth Sunday after Trinity !•: Holy communion. 7:30 au m. IiAMAR AVEXtTE CHURCH Off* CHRIST Floyd A. Decker, minister. Bible study. 9:45 a. m. PreacMnff. 10:45 a. m. Young People-'* claac. 7 p. m. Preaching, 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening will be dismissed for the meeting now in progress at Reno. RAZtfSEUR-BAFTIST TABERXACXJE 200 South Thirtieth Street Marion Been, pastor Sunday school, 5:45 a. m. "Wylie Warren, superintendent. The lesson for Sunday is taken from Numbers 20-25th. chapters. Pastor's subject: "Come Over Into Macedonia and Hip Us." No evening services because of the Springer-Jones revival- Every member is urged to attend t>"« revival- ' FIRST BAPTIST T*~. M. "Wright, pastor Teaching service. 9:45 a. m. Preaching service, 10:55 a, m. The pulpit in the absence of the pastor, Dr. W. M. Wright, who is making an extensive tour of the Holy Ijand. will be occupied at the morning and evening services by the Rev. J, Roby Ward, pastor of Jmmanuel Baptist church- B. T. S. meets at 7:15 p. m. FTRST METHODIST E. V. Cole, pastor Sunday school. 9;3Q a. m. lAoyc DeShongr. superintendent. Morning worship. 10:50 a_ m_ Bvening worship. S:00 p. m. Dr. J. H, Hicks assistant preacher, presiding. Intermediate league. 7 p. m. Senior league. 7 p. m. Prayer meeting. Wednesday nigrht at S p. ra. «nc* and Health with Key to th« Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "One infinite God. good, unifies m*n and nations; constitutes the brotherhood of man; «nd« -war*; fulfill* the Scripture. "Love thy neighbor as thyself:' annihilates paean and Christian idolatry.-— whatever !• wrona: in social, civil, criminal, ploitical and religious codes; equalize* the sexes: annuls the curse on man. <*a4 leaves nothing that can sin, suffer, be punished or destroyed" {page 340). CENTRAL PRESBTTHRIAX F. I*. WEAR, JPASTOR Xo church, services will be held at the Central Presbyterian church during August, except Sunday school. And the Men's Prayer league will meet there Sunday at $ a. za. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH VACATIOK SCHOOL CLOSES The church vacation school which has been held at the First Methodist church under the direction of Mrs. R. M. Hutt, came to close Friday -with, a final program Friday evening in the Brotherhood room of the church. All handwork was also on display in the departments. Each department took part in the program- The Beginners played a game and sang a song; the primary department sang a song; and gave an explanation of. the posters the members had made; and the Intermediate group gave the "Taming of the Shrew" with the marionettes made by them. The school enrollment amounted to 13S students in the four departments. The beginners, with 21 enrolled, studied "Our Happy World;" the primary students, ntrmbering 37, studied "Children of One Father;" the juniors, with 44 enrolled, studied "Ji^w Nations Share;" and the intermediates. 35. studied "Our Church." The school included 22 workers, with five helpers: 14 of these are regular -workers !n the Sunday school. Make This Model At Home Paris New* Daily Pattern FIRST CHTTRCH OF CHRIST. SCIEXTIST "Lore" is the subject of the i-es- son-Sermon -which will "be read ia all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday The Golden Text Is: "He shall feed his flock, like a. shepherd: he snail, gatAer the Iambs with his ami a.nd carry them in his bosom, and "shaJl gently lead those that are young-" (Isaiah 40:11.) Among: the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following' fronx the Bible: "And this coirrrsandmcnt have we from him. That he who lovsth God Jove his brother also" t'l John 4:21 >. The Lesson-Serin on also includes the following passat:« from the Christian Science textbook, "Sd- FTJEtST CHRIST1AX Presley F. Hemdon. minister. Bible school. W. 3L Briggs, Jr.. si: perintendent. Order of service, S:30 a_ m. «! Worship hour for church and j | Bfble school. Prelude, Mrs. S. A. Turner, organist-director; hymn, "Ho!.r, Koly. Holy;"' ia vocation: response. "Bow Down Thine Ear:" scripture; hymn. "lx>ve Divine;" j offertory; solo. "Open the Gates! of the Temple," Morrison George; i sermon. "Man's Extremity and God's Opportunity in the Hour .of f Crisis:" invitation "Oh. Wonderful f Words of Salvation:" communion; ! benediction; closing hi inn, "Bene- O?TE MORE DRESS. HERE'S A lOVEXilT ONE: PATTERN 1930 By AXXE ADAMS Zx>ok at this sketch and we are are sure that you will decide that you need -one more dress—oae like this! It is eo simple—so charming —and so useful. Gee two seta of accessories to *o with it and it will be exactly as though you had two aew frocks. Suppose you choose- for the fabric a, white silk crepe with a. dark blue pattern. Get a blue hat, blue shoes and gloves and then a. set. of fresh white ones—your white things are beginning to show wear. Tou Trill love the dress with both, but it will look very different. Or make it of organza. voile, dimity or muslin. Pattern 1930 is available in sizes 12, 14. IS. IS. 20. 30, 32, 34. 36, 38. and 40. Size 16 takes 4 yards 39 inch fabric. Illustrated step- by-step sewing instructions included. Send FIFTEEN CEKTS (15c) in coins or stamps (coins preferred), for each Anne Adams pattern. "Write plainly your name, address and style number- BE SURE TO STATE SIZE- WAXTED. And while you are writing, why not include an order for a. fascinating book, crammed from cover to cover with stunning illustrations and captivating descriptions of new fashions, fabrics and ether things that make a. woman chic THE SUMMER ISSUE OF THE AXXE ADAMS PATTERN BOOH, PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS, BOOK: AND PATTERN TOGETHER, TWENTY - FIVE CENTS. Address orders to The News. Pattern Department, 243 West 17th Street. New Tork City- FOUR MATERIALS MAKE UNUSUAL LAURA WHEELER QUILT l_UCKY STAR Whether you believe in the in-, fluence of the stars or not, you \ will certainly be convinced that! this is a. Lucky Star if you are j 3. quiltmaker. This block, simple; in structure, has a star all its own and then -when the blocks are joined they form a magnificent big star. Made of four materials. it lends itself to Interesting color arrangements aside from the fact that it goes together so easily. Pattern 634 comes to you with At The Plaza MENUS OF THE DAY i SALVATION ARMY I ADVISORY 7 BOARD 1 IS BEING FORMED diction." Bible school classes 10:20-11:00 a, Hi- There will be no Christian Endeavor or evening: ch"rch services during the month. IT COSTS NO MORE To have your clothes cleaned by the Netc Fil pro High Pressure Sytem now at our plant Otir new high pressure filtering m«nt raean* that your clothes *r* thoroughly cleaned in absolutely Fluid. L*t as show you! Indies' Dresses and Men's Salts deanril Choice of Any Sailor STRAW HAT in the house Tndiuling Stetson? formerly priced up TO $4.00. Good looking styles, good size ran&es, real hat bargain's foremen who come in this afternoon or Saturday morning;. 1 Perleins BroiSs N^ co /v\ F^VX f^j ^y l^s BON HAM STK£ET ^JTETEODIST Hen !>*, Sro^'ninc. pastor. Sunday school. S:45 a. m. T. X.. Rogers, superintendent, Moming 1 worship. II a. m. Subject, "Christianity AS A.n Investment." ng worship. S:15 p. m. Sens on by the Rev. K. S. Kerr, pastor of the Brookston church. People's service, GUEST SANDWICHES Effective and tasty sandwiches ire made by creating roquefort ! Envoy Frederick 3.1. H^n§re of • the Salvation Army, -who is here j making preparations to open qua.r- j ters for meetings to be conducted I 'y his organization. announces cheese with soft butter and spread-1 that an advisory board is being ing on thinly cut slices of" white 1 &>rm*d with James M. Caviness bread. Roll up, wrap in wa_xed paper s.r,ci a damp c-oth and cMIl. PORCH FOR FIRST COXGREGATIOXAX, Charles T. Tally. Jr., pastor- Sunday school. £:30 a. m. I ^Tornlng- w-orship, 11 a- is. Ser- j mon by rhe pastor, i C. H. societies, T p. m. | No evening service. 1 The Rev. Tally will accupy his j pslpir. Sunday niorning and then return to Greenhill where he has b«eu holding: a. revival meeting 1 . BAPTTST J. Roby "CTard. pastor. Sapti^ing service. 9:15 a. m. Sunday school, S:45 a, m. Preachins 1 . 10:15 a. m. The Rev. S. H- Sprinsrer, the evangelist, -will preach. Everyone is 'Invited. to hear him- B.T.S-. 1 p. m. Xo »veains servic* to the Sprias^r-Jorse* RAJTIST WORKERS' aOEETCVG i The "Worker's ra*«tlns oi the { L*33*r county B&ptist association •will me*t ax the Garrett's Bluff Baptist church Tuesday, Au^ast KEFKESHMJEXTS EIGHT Fruit Ptiuch 1 cap Imperial sugar 1 cup water 2 cups orange juice 1-2 cup pineapple juice 1-2 cup raspberry juice 1-3 c-up lemon juice 2 cups iced water Boi! Imperial sugar and water two minutes. Cool. Adg rest of ingredients. Clillu TFTi=s time to serve halt fill glasses with chopped ice and add punch. Top wiili this lime slices, Cocoanut Drop Cakes 1-2 cup butter 1 cup Imperial sugar S ear?: yolks 1-2 cup milk 1 teaspoon lemon extract 1 teaspoon vanilla 1-4 teaspoon salt 1 2-3 c-ps flour 2 1-4 teaspoons baki—g powcer. 1-2 cup cocoanut Cream burter and Imperial sugar, add yolks and milk and beat three minutes. Add rest cf ingredients and beat well. Half Gil sms.1! paper cups inches apart on Bake 15 minutes slow oven. Sour Cream Chocolate Circles 1-3 cup fat 1 cup Imperial 2 eggs 1-3 cup sour 2 squares chocolate, melted i teaspoon vanilla. 1-S teaspoon salt 3 cups flour 1 teaspoon soda Cream fat and Imperial sugar. Add rest of ingredients: and mix Ujrhtly. Drop portions from tip of spoon onto greased baking sheets. acting 1 as temporary chairman. All the members of the board, thus far ajre veterans, except on.e: they ar^: Sam TTeiss. O. "U". Boswell, T- TV. Russe!L Herman Coker -Roscoe Floyd, Bedford Booth, Clyde Shelton. Dr. 1^. 3. Stephens, and John Barnes. The list is not as- yet complete: other will be a*2cec and a. meeting -win be iie!<5 in tne near future. McCURTAIN ACRES BEING MEASURED IDABKEL, —Committee shave 'jeen at '-vork this week meas^r^nc com at d cotton acreage unaer provisions o' "he gocernment reduction T .an. a scbccl of inst- ic- tion for th«? -workers fc^vihE: b = 2n conducted hy Shaw-.jt Brc.*-*- county a-_-e-i. and I. v*~. I«.cy. and "K, K. I^eiicrpi. county coaaniit'*.-e- men. j^-ii^ra^e\i ^ T - v^ze -^vo**^ s_re > - v*EaErletcTvi: Hoy Dftt-:s. C. M. Moore, Oak Hi!!; Woody Merry, Golden K. C. Gsjrdner. W. A. Monroe. Xec.i Ma'-ry. Valliart- jxii:y Bro-wn. U^rbert Harbour. L.- j £; '" \ nayrnosd Croirf]!. W. F, Eil! 5 3.:d. 1 Idabei- Davir. Kobertson. Ji'.^ i T^offma". Harris; A ICie Powers, | T. TT Belsughier. L. Dillard. ~W. | Jl. TTs-ters. Ka •worth; I^ecn Ken!. Obie Pierce. 2Liynn Olliver. Tom; bert Shazibersrer, Bokhozsa: TyTti ostgomery. Good-water. The feature picture at the Plaza Theatre Saturday and Sunday is the famous mystery drama, "ilan ^*ith two Faces," featuring- Edward G- Robinson, ilary Astor and Ricarco Cortez. Fundamentally it is a mystery drama, but as audiences are aware of what is going to har>i?-en. how and why, there is a continuous comedy twist that lifts the picmre out of the thrill terror class, and a very entertain- Ing; picture, -with s. mystery crama skillfully unfolded as a part of the plot. The story concerns itself with a young: tvoman -who finds the way to life a.nd happiness blocked by her -worthless husband, who weilcs a hypnotic influence over her. The situation, buildinc :o tense drama ss the members of a small stock company all become concerned in the affairs of the unhappy couple, until finally the brother of the heroine dons a <iis£"i2ls5 and kills the menace. From this point the entire stery From this point c-r> the entire siory concerns itself with "lie investigation. Everyone knows why the murder -?ras committed, and -^ho committed it Tv'hue the police are more concerned with excuses for :he deed than with punishn:ea~ for the murcerer. Justice eventually Is GETS FIRST BALE TfflS SEASON Annual Pleasant Valley Revival In Progress 14. at 10 a. m. The association j spacing: inches. Sprink"-? Im- cosv*ses at tli* First Baptist perial str^ar and cinnatnon en top church, Tuesday Septeraper II. 3fflEX"S PRATER Tb* Men's Prayer which J. C. Coker is wHI meet Sunday morning o'clock at la« Ceritral Presbyterian church. I each cocky before b&kinsr. I-S cup Imperial sugar and one easpoors cinrjamo-n. president, 2 \RE CHARGED at S „. ^,^, linen Shower Given For Recent Bride WITH HO3IICTOE TDABEHU Okla,. — Kelsey l and Joseph Lietrts: -^rer* c Mrs. Claud* Irwin entertained wjth a linen shower !n honor of Mrs. Pete "Welch, a recent bri^ Tuesday evening at her homo. South Fifteenth street, with guests pres*n t. The fitta were presented to the j honorc* In large baskets. b«auti- ! fully decorated. *ft<f:r she had th« wina-r in * contest. ed with homicide in the desth of S->iriiin Bohannon of Srnithville. and bt-und over to the September term of district court, preliminary hfarlnir beinjr held XTed neyday morning before J. B. T^obbins, *us•: A * tice of the peace< The two men are charged with "VCLNDOM.—^Vir.doni's first bale of corton -was received Tuesday E-^IC g-nneti at tie Wlnconi gin. but it -vras not sold as sroverntTient tax exemption certificates haTe not been issued. Tize cotter: -svas grown by Hee Thomas on the Agnew farm north cf to-wn. It is reported other people will begin picking 1 this -week, and se~="era! bales xv-lli pro&ab-y be brought izx in the next few days. The dry •weather has cut cotton production considerably. the Pleas&nt Valley church, five miles south-west of Paris, is note in progress. The Rev. I* A. Sti<2. pastor-evazLs:«Iist. of XTiaas- boro, Texas, is delivering: the messages to lar^e audiences under the iroa-roof tabernacle. Hx-erett Iamb leads the sinking:, accompanied at the piano by his sister. M:ss Elreda lAmb. Some of the subjects that win be delivered are; Sin, Salvation. Service. Heaven. Kelt. Repentance. Faith, Baptism and Rewards. First Christian Order Of Service Is Changed Mineral Water Is Shipped From Detroit The largest single shipment of mineral -water ever T-ecorded from this section ^sras made Thursday when K. B. Bourne. o^Tier o' the Bourne mineral -well, shipped 600 gallons of xvater to a wholesale grocery firm at Monroe. La. There were one hundred cases, each ccntainir.g: six srallons of water, hauled by trucks. This well, located about two miles east of Detroit. was discovered while drilling: for oil. The we!! is S$5 feet d*«p and Thursday's shipment did net lessen the flow, according to Mr. Bourne. inflicting: injuries which fractured Bohar.non's skull, eaustnc his hours later last Saturday ni«ht. \V.VRJ> TO SO.PHI K SPRINGS The K«v. J. Roby Ward will KO to Sulphur Springs Monday for a special address at th^ Baptist , s l Red Top Cab Sold To Owner of 202 Announcement has b**n church there Monday night. The! by Jo« Sktdinore, of th* 202 Taart church It i* celebrating its »nnl- N'OTICK TO WATKK CONSUMERS Water bill* must b6 paid ^^ «r before AuiTTtut 16 tn order to *ecur* th«» 10 per cent discount. of the purchas* by his company of the Red Top Cab company. t>\vn*d by Paul Jackson. This brings the total nurnber of taxis to #*ven nc«w bein«r operated by »03 Ta^ci. which reeently moved to *? South Main strc«t. This taxi firm h» owned by Jo* Skidmor* Collection of srarbase in "Waxd Four will be ir.ade by the city sani- ; tary department Monday. Kesi\ dents are asked by :he sanit&r\* j officer to hav« all cans, bottles. •Id rubber and every other waste 1 that might hold water and bre<td , . . , jscjuitoes b* sacked or put ir> the month and perhaps longer, th* j box ,, s an< . se: at . hft curb before s o'c'ock Monday mominjr. r August and the f;rs*t Sunday ia ; through First ChnstiAn church will observe PATTERN 634. complete, simple instructions for cutting 1 , sewing and finishing-, together with yardag-e chart, diagram of quiit to help arrange the blocks for single and double bed size, and a diagrram of black which serves as a guide for placing the patches and suggests contrasting materials. Send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred) for this pattern to The News, Xeedlecraft Dept-, S2 Eig-hth Avenue, X. T. PUSHMATAHA 4-H CLUBS WEV HONOR ANTL-ERS, Okla.—Pusbmatalia county's 4-H club boys and girls. attending the state roundup last •week at Oklahoma A. and M. College. Stillwater. copped several prizes in district and state competitive demonstrations, Bessie Boyett. Rattan girl, placed first in district arid state on "Timely Topics." relating to club activities. The boys demonstration team, on "Hot Seds a.nd Cold Fra^ne^." placed second in the -district, I-eon Gibson and Thomas "bright composed, the team- Gibson also won third in the state on boys" farm dress -while Hae Anglin won first in the district a.nd second in staie for the girl? group. The group placed fifth in the state on achievement, and club entertainment. Mrs. Paul ilollenkopf of Antlers won second in district competition on farm women's coii- The group was composed of 27 club boys and. girls and. eigat farm vrome~. sponsored by the county i furzn. agents, Mr. and llrs. George j Inrses. i Plaza, Midnight Show Should listen** t5i« mid* night show at th* plaza. th.*atr* Saturday night is a, fa*t peppery, farce comedy. It forth a series o£ situations that ax* intimate •without beia$ unduly risque; vivid enough to £• " the imagination and arouse th» risibilities but clever and clean fun. Dialogue is brisk and tte action is rapid-fire. Cary Grant and. Frances Drake play the l^adiuar roles. Modernly tinaed, located la Paris, the yarn concerns the adventures of a South American nitrate concessionaire who suddenly TiTWt« himself burdened with, three /female and two male menaces. Prisipish Susie, an exotic old maid. throws herself at him, declaring thai he is her idea of the ideal lover. Ker antics move a. telephone operator to attempt "to protect hire. from_ the old maid which, brings on complications with, the lover of the telephone operator. Meantime the hero has attracted th« attentions of a vampish young lady about town, who has an ardent admirer of Latin temperament. The picture is near perfection as a giddy farce, and will please thos« •who prefer adult comedy. In addition to the feature picture titis midnight show will present the first shots of the death, of John Dillinger, who "was killed in Chicago as he left a performance of "Manhattan Melodrama." NEW POTATO CHIP BUSINESS SUCCESS A new Paris enterprise which. 1* meeting success is the recently in- augrtrated potato chip business conducted by Gerald Hackel. The chips are raade of both. sweet potatoes and Irish potatoes, and their freshness is guaranteed; They are sold in attractive glassine bags. They are sold by practically all of the retail grocers of Paris. This enterprise is conducted by. young Hackel in addition TO his regular- work in Eackel's grocery, which, is operated by his father, G. H- Sa.ckel. DON'T LET COMMON CONSTIPATION DULL THE JOY OF LIVING * Brings Relief WOLFE CITY LOCALS AND PERSONAL NEWS Xeathery of Forestburg, spent the Mrs. Jim Williams. Urs. Audry 5-Iing of Dallas has Quails this week. *«-*- fc ^s t_^^_E.e-.n^ ->ic\,a*_oii _^a5 rs— turned from a vis:: in Clarksville. iting his grandparents, Mr. and ilr-s. H. G- Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs, C. A. Armstrong son. Dr. TV, B. Ar.^trcng and Cbet 'VVatson has completed construction of 3. garage f:>r C. A. Bond. Elder Hulen J. Jackson of Denison. is conducting a series o* revival services at the Turkey Creek Church of Christ. Miss - Hatherine Hunnion has been spending the week in Greenville •with her sister, ilrs. Hok e Helbrook. J. T. Scott. Jr.. is visiting in X?al- las th:s -week. "•-* H-isiund Sar!e O'Xea? is atterctins 1 tb« A. and M. short course at College Station. Ccnstipaticti talces the or=t of yoiir days. It may headaches, loss of appetite and energy, sleeplessness, sallow skins, pimples. Fortenately. you cam avioid this condition by eating a delicious cereal- Laboratory tests show ifeat XeEoggr's Axi-BHAX provides two things needed to help overcome coia- mon coostipa.tior> : "bttlk** and Tita- ?T;7r> B. AU.-BSAX is also & rich source of blood-building iron. The "bcSr" in ALL-BRA2? i like tirat of leafy vegetables. "Within tee body,, it forms a soft mass* Gei-t^y,, it clears otrt the intestinal wsstes. much better than dosinff yonrseif *s?itii patent medicines. Two tablespooufols of Ar-r^BitAis- daily are usually siiScient. With each meal in chronic cases. If seriously ilL see yotrr doctor — is not a "cnre-alL 1 * Get the red-and-green package at yocr grocer's. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. the following order of s«r^ - ic«: Ther® will be on* worship pro- grain combining 1 church and BJM« ( school. begir.ntTsg at 9. SO a, rn.. followed by the sermon and communion servlc*. At 10:SO a- m, the j Bible classes will meet for one- ' half hour lesson period. There will.b« no Christian Endeavor or church services duritig th<* month. Seamen, who during: the last three years have- retired to other employment. ar« reported as«un to the water front as indications point to an increase in. of W»i«r Work*, and E. K. Hopper. Colonial Cleaners Now Located At 3 riortn Mam Prices Suits A Delivery Carry Prices S5c 50c Presses . ...... S5c up 50c up All Work Guaranteed Call SOO For Delivery Servic* —THE— "MAN WITH TWO FACES" , —VTttb— EDWARD G. ROBINSON — MARY ASTOR RICARDO CORTEZ The Hypnotist Who Could Neither Control Love Nor Fate ami unday Coo>l Comfortable Rodeo Whoopee And Saturday Onlv Wolf Dog Friday and Saturday WHEELS OF DESTINY KEN M.AYNA.RD Vazuahiztc Shadow ONSLOW STEVEXS MIDNIGHT At Th« PLAZA SATURDAY

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