The Perry Daily Journal from Perry, Oklahoma (2024)

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Spring Style Show Plans Discussed Style show committee reports were given at the March 13 meeting of the Perry Study club id the home of Mrs Bift Parker Mrs Dotti president opened the meeting ollowing the reading of the club collect and rcTeall response Mrs James presented the lesson entitled She ex plained how prayer is the pass port to spiritual xiwer Mrs John Sewell reported on the proposed scholarship to lie given a worthy senior and plans were discussed for the spring style show which is to be held March 2G in the junior high school cafeteria The theme will be "Carnival of Colbr" Refreshments were served to Mrs Earl Bechtold Mrs Ray mond Bechtold Mrs Joe Cud ney Mrs Dotts Mrs Paul Ed mundsonMrs Tom Eppler Mrs Kenneth Hicks Mrs George Ki nr nitz Mrs lang Mrs Henry Schurkens Mrs' Roy Mar riott Mrs Charles Monroe Jr Mrs Doss Pruet Mrs Kenneth Reed Mrs Buddy Hollingsworth Mrs Joe Ripley Mrs Harold Scovill Mrs Sewell Mrs Bill Simon Mrs Stallings Mrs Milo Watson Mrs Everett Nelson and the hostess Mrs Parker Breakfast Plans Made By WCTU or Youth Work Plans arc being formed for a benefit breakfast try members of the Women's Christian Temper ance union to be held March 24 from 6:30 to 9:30 am in the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Court ney Tickets are 75 cents for adults and children and may Ire purchas ed from any member of the local WCTU or reservations may be made by contacting an officer Mrs Earl Luthye president Mrs rank Dover vice president Mrs John Beasley secretary or Mrs Courtney treasurer Proceeds from the breakfast will be used to finance the local youth poster and essay contests Which have just been completed by students in the third fourth fifth and sixth grades whq pic tured the ill effects of narcotics on health and growth nlso the essay contest in the fiTth and sixth grades Cash prizes will lie given first second and third place winners with three honorable mentions tin each grade in both the poster and essay contests Winners of both divisions will be announced at a later date The WCTU also sponsors a youth group for children between the ages of 6 to 12 which is nam ed Jlie Loyal Temperance union This organization teaches the harmful effects of narcotics and tnbncco on the human body Those in the union wishing to at tend summer camp held near Ponca City each spring may do so with half their expenses paid by the local WCTU Mrs Postelwait Hosts Gleaners Members of the Gleaners class of the irst Baptist church met March 13 in the home of Mrs Charles Postelwait Mrs Ira Shelton kxl in prayer to the meeting followed by the reading of the mihutes of the previous meeting Mrs Merl Harman reported the class had more than reached it's goal with a totrtl of 11 members present Special prayer was led by each member present for missionaries and for the approaching revival Attending were Mrs Box MrsO Hall Mrs Shelton Mrs Harman Mrs Marie Dun can Mrs Ellen Edmonds and the Women's Page Mrs Clarence Duncan Women's Editor 3 Percy Daily Journal Sunday March 1 8 1962 acts igures Told Auxiliary Bv McDonald Leon (T Bonq) McDonald issis lint s'ltl'i conservationist urSiill itcr was guqst speaker for the Mr and Mrs Charles Robert Buchanan Match meeting of the Soil and Water Conservation District aux iliary the local SWCD office Wednesday In presenting facts and figures McDonald spuki? to the group of the amounts farmers spend in cluding $93 million for feed $(0 million for chicles $51 million i for equipment $40 million for fuel nnd $25 million for seed and fertiliser ctcJi year and in re turn rhe farmers main sources of income ore $200 million from Ix ef cattle $2tX) million from wheat $58 million from cotton and $52 nullion from dairying each year Plans were discussed for the auxiliary's annual tea hich will In held March 28 in fh Presby terian ellowship hajl The Cltire Osborn family Billings wis congrduhded on Ix ing winner of "Conservation armer of the Year" awarded by the SMC unit of the Indian service of Ponca City Also the Edward Johnson family for winning the nwnrd'ol armer Rrmcher of th? month given by an Oklahoma City radio and television station The Ijostess gift was won by Mrs Khirles dzahn Mrs Wayne Williams auxiliary see re Jury was given a plant by the auxiliary in appreciation of her service to members of the auxil iary Th Billings A Mothers club was represented by Mrs Elmo Manley Mrs Rex Muthie sen Mrs Lynn Shnlx Mrs Al vred Graves and Mrs Rex Dem Ji KB Hi JMO 1 i I IBhlW MUm WW I 1 JMK vOMMBM' I ye v'Ji Miss Carolyn Ruth Knott Weds Charles Buchanan In Billings Methodist Church Vows were sdk mnixed at 4 icrt Buchanan March 4 in the irst Methodist! The bride is the daughter of church of Billings for Caro lMr and Mrs Tom Knelt B'l lyn Ruth Knott and Charles Rob Hayrack Ride Held by Junior Youth Group A hayrack ride preceded the meeting of the junior youth group of Christ Lutheran church when members met March 11 at the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Ku kuk Patty Ewy conducted the meet ing anti devotions were led by Randy Shiever A filmstrip "What's New in the PSiitippines was shown and narrated by Einspahr A game session follow cd the meeting and refreshment: tv etc served by the hostesses of the youth grjp Jatnee Cowell and Alanna Brown and (Ke host couple Mr and Mrs Ktikuk Attt nding as guests were Shar on Lumbers Judy Kukbk Kdhy and Kirn Andrews and Mr and Mrs Ed Brown Members pres ent were Jimmy Kukuk Randy Shiever Johnny Webb Jimmy Miller Johnny Chadwick Patty Ewyt Althej McNeal Ronnie Kar cher Steve Hamann Gary Siahl Joyce Williams Stevie Kukuk Jamee Cowell Alanna Brown the sponsors Mr and Mrs Wilhrd Andrews Mr and Mrs Steve Shiever Einspahr and Mr and Mrs Kukuk Vespers were held at tbc close of the evening with Joyce Willi ams in charge Quilting Session Held By Echo Lad ies Aid Members of the Echo Ladies Aid spent the day quilting March 8 in the Echo Community build ing when the met for an all iiay session LunWx on was ser ved at noon Mrs Jason Deal was hostess Group singing opened the Dull ness session conducted bv the president Mrs Melvfa Crane Imps and parents of the groom ate Mr and Mrs Raph Buchan an Nash The doublerring ceremony was read by Rev Howard Kitchen before a Ixickground twin plants of yellow spider mums Mrs Ray Culp accompanied the vocalist Tom Knott the bride's brother The budc was given in marri age by her father She wore while sharkskin suit with a box jacket A white band ofJaceserv cd as her headpiece unj other accessories were baby blue Her only jewelry was a blue necklace She carried an arrangemeni ofhite carnations atop her white Bible Miss Ruth Lanham served as her maid of honor wearing a baby blue suit with while acces sories nnd a while carnation cor sage Jwer nrl was Marvil Knott who wore a yellow caped dress and ring Ix an was Roger Knott Lighting the candles was sie Knott who wore a gold suit Serving the groom as lx: st man was ByrJ Jones whle Mike Knott and Harold Buchanan were ush ers Mrs' Knott the bride's mother chose a navy blue suit with which she wore a white laCe blouse and a' corsage of white carnations Mrs Buchanan mother of bridegroom wore a' turquoise dress with white carnations At a reception following the ceremony the table was Centered ith a iwo tit red wed ding cake decorated with blue rosclxxls and bridal wreath nnd' topped with wcddng beDs and doves The bride Is a l0 graduate of Billings high schxl and a gradu ate of Enid Business college where she was member of Phi Beta Gamma snrority The groom is graduate of Nash high school ham Others attending were Mrs Gene Bay Mrs John Braden Mfs Edward Johnson Mrs Let tie Cruts Mrs Movers Mrs Ghance Mrs Rnybom ra ri Mrs Miry Bridal Mrs Paul Panroast Mrs Walter Kukuk Mrs rcdTnppc Mrs Otto Bull iag Mrs and the host esses Mrs Ivm Dilley and Mrs Oslxm Mrs Edmonds Joins Circle hi Davis Home Mrs Pauline Ruckman was W't of the Ruby Wheat circle of Missionary society of the irs Baptist church nr '1Cir Mlr rh15 im ttiDg in the home of Mrs er Davis A new member Mrs Ed monds was added to the nu Itcrship Mrs Mcr'i Harman open ed the meeting with prayer and repirted on the recent wi of prajvr ld at the church and on the purchase of a new church hot water tank The calendar of prayer for mis sionaries was rend by Mrs Da vis followed by prayer led by Mrs'' Brown who also read a mission devotional from Mat thew 9:35 38 Mrs Harman taught the lesson from the mission Ixxik of Glory' Refreshments were sorted by the hostess Msr Davis to Mrs Brown Mrs orrest MrsHarman Mrs Ruben Liner Mrs Newton Mrs Mike Mor ris Mrs Mre Mrs Ed monds and the guest Mrs Ruck man Litlo Bittie Blue Birds ''ATiat I like most alxxit lx ing a Blue was nollealf subject for the Little Bittie Blue Birds of their March 14 meeting with Janet Smith presiding ollowing the meeting the girls and their leader went on a tourkwntown to view the Blue Bird displays in store windows Re freshments served at a lo cal ug store with Becky Beakey As hostess Attending were Beverly Re gan Janet Smith Janice Utsler Dianna Rosanna Hughes Donona Zachary Debbie Shire hostess Mrs Postelwait Social Calendar (ltm th Social Caleadur mut phoned or brought to Th Journal office before 10 am to aura publication that day On Sotue tha deadline la 0 am) Monday Chapter BH PEO 2:30 pm Hostess Mrs Morris Gottlidb 703 Jackson street Tuesday Petunia unit Perry Gorden clubs Hostess Mrs John Bridal 1415 Jackson street Marigold unit PGC 2 pm Hot ess Mrs Lang 1134 Kaw 1 JkTwv Columbine unit PGC 2 pm Hostess Mrs Carrie Lmdeman 523 Tenth street Business and Professional Wom en's club BPW dub room Veterans oreign Wars auxiliary 8 pm VW hall: Wednesday Society Christian Serv ice 1 pm study course Mcth odist church parlor Senior Home Culture dub one Jjnchenn Hostess Mrs Ray Lemmon 701 Twelfth Repeating the luond's prayer in unison followed and Mrs Crane rend for the devotional Acts 8: 1 20 Game prizes were won by Mrs Granville VanHoesen Mrs lee Jerome and Mrs John1 Skala Guests attending were Mrs Van Hoesen and Mrs Roy Vollmer Members present were Mrs Carl ekcn Mrs Melvin Crane Mrs Charles Crane Mrs Jerome Mrs Skala Wavne Em mons Mrs Burton Durkee Mrs Ray Young Mrs James Alien and the hoatea Mrs Jason Dral street Perry Progress dub 2:30 rnn Hostess Mrs Webber 1312 Holly street Alpha Chi Child dub 7:30 pm cahd party Hosts Mr and Mrs George Klein 701 Ivanhoe street 6 Order of Rainbow for Giris pm Masonic hall Thursday Order of Eastern Star 7:30 pm Masonic hall riday Earner Rebekah kodgfl lOObaS Decorative Art Shown At Bressie Club Meeting Refreshments and fortune axA ies wen served to members of the Bressie home demonstration dub when the group met March 1 in the home of Mrs Abner Beck with Mrs Neil Bfulaugh presiding Rolknll response was enswen with "Something of intert st" Discussions were held on dites 5r sewing for the Children's hos pital and a dub pvrty was plan ned Mrs ENie McAlister wag ap pointed chairman qf projects for rest homes Mrs ck displayed a family antique kerosene henp she had filled with artificial flow ers and she also demonstrated how to make a hanging basket using 12 mat hangers ami filling it with Howers birds and How to make wood fibre flowers Mm Robbie Thompson (be guess box winner and secret pal gifts 'were received by Mrs Mc Alister and Mrs Harry Domcny Twenty community correspon dents caver Noble county for The JaatuL man Becky Bcakey and the lead er Mrs A Bcakey Mrs Ezra Smith attended as a guest Gav Blue Birds Thc (ray Blue Birds arranged their handcraft display in a down town 'winilbw nnd tounx! thesquare to sen other Camp ire and Blue Bird displays Linda Clemments wns hostess and treated the group at a Incal drug store Attending were Mar ilyn Harms Kathleen Leasa Malzahn Susanne Rhincs DarLcnc Sandlin Chtysanne Shac kelford Anne SherXtxrJ Debra Snodgrass Kathleen Pulliam and the leaders Mrs BiT Com ments Jr and Mrs Earl Harms Jr LISTS Trs STOCK NEW YORK (UPD Perms nentc Cement Co Monday listed its common and convertible pre ferred stock on the Now York and Pacific Stock exchanges undi the ticker symlxil The listings covered 5719142 shares of com mon stock and 365000 shares 5 per cent convertible pref rred stock presently issued and out standing Dear Abby Clear Conscience Abigail Van Buren and wedding I to gn stmngvrg my life I 11 ltrs I rvirnti 11 1 1 1 I I inarned when thev me with my work and I whiI never ink MK a rpie 'ion of ihcm How Ao Wo Ki Ya Camp ire ood for the duel and daughter Ta Na Ko Camp ire Nut cups for the March 15 dad 15 years I store I ATLAS BATTERIES and TIRES the "glli SSIT" guess YOU know you ried meeting mid rollcall was answer ed with "My favorite The girls discuss'd walking nnd what each girl was taking to the dad daughter banquet March 15 The Tan Da Nita window display was set up by the girls in a downtown drug store Attending vere Barbara Bon I tragi Patti Cofft Cindy Dau DEVELOP NEW MACHINE NUTLEY Interna tional Telephone and Telegraph ederal laboratories a division of International Telephone and Telegraph Corp announced the development of an elect runic de vice which can perform 256 sep arate chores simultaneously Th: device can 75000 words per minute as it skins from one task to th next reading pwes sing and relaying information re ceived over telephone lines invy wvoi iu urugsiorc lor realsKathy Phi'Jps conducted the business meeting Attending were Judy Ktikuk Kathy Phillips Carol Williams Linda Nicewander Debbie Bren ner Donis Harms and the lead ers Mrs Walter Kukuk and Mrs Paul Bronncr Guests were Pam and Paula Bronner and Debbie Kroll A Wn Ki Ya Camp ire group in Christ Lutheran schtxil Repeating the Camp ire de sire opened the meeting Daring the handcraft perirxl the girls place cards to lx used at the banquet Ktilhie Parsons was hostess to i ALJVHtin IL4AJ trill IMUI I VI ner Connie Bronner Diana Maine 1 Dann Bechtold Dee Ann Oden Kathy Andrews" Cheryl rs Cathie Bridal and the guardians Mrs Rnvinond Bechtol and Mrs John Bridal 4 ChaHerinq Blue Birds The Blue Bird wish opened ths mooting of the Chattering Blue Birds irch 13 at the hornj of a 1 sadcr Mrs Glenn Bay The girls discussed the dad iiugJhter banquet to be held rMarch 15 then toured The Perry Daily Journal offices and plant The girls wore treated at i local drug stone by The Journal follow ing the tour Attending wore' Jana Henrik sn Bobbc Bay Judv Divine Kwa Yo Wi Co Songs to be sung at the dud and daughter banquet March 15 were practiced at opening Mis sion of th Kwn Yu Wi Co Camp ire group when Mnn 12 in the home if their guardian Mrs Chnrk 5 Martin Margaret Bilby was the pre siding officer during the Ixisiness session when rollcnll was answer cd with Indian name" The girls discussisl decorations for the banquet Judy Bartlett was hostess to Deni Mornhinweg Margaret Bilby Cathv Ci mnientx Shirley Johnson Jackie Rosser Cheryl StClair Kay Marlin Janet Veirx Martha Davis ani the guardians Mrs Martin and Mrs Wavne Bilby Debbie Mornhinweg Dinih Smith nnd the guard a ns Mrs Art Coffey and Mrs Doss Pruett Barr was hnCicss to irk Deblir 1 Cindy Susan M'dil or Renee Sonja Samui lson aislr a wh Well ihm' 1 what 1 would like to do but ev ervluxlv is i (a mg to talk me out 1 I am a polio victim have Ix en ill wheelchair for six mid will ncser walk again 1 have idwns wartfej a Ixiauti fill church wedding with a veiland mv fiance says there is no sieasun why 1 shouldn't have at DEAR ABBY: I would like to nationality? You have an accent know if it is proper to wear Where jou Do I have iraMir tt itoni t4 ti I ii hi ll i 1 I 1 rn i a i 1 2 1 rings it vnu are divorced 1 havci I meet nil lunik of people during Wahanka Camp ire "Who 1 nm taking to the ban uet" was rollcall response for the Wahanka Cnmp ire groupwhcn they met March 12 at the IL 4 1 iHtiiir tn inrir guanitan Mrs Lowell HighfilL Jojcc Wall was the presiding officer during the business ses sion when the girls discussed the dad anr daughter banquet and worked on place curds for thei event Joyce Williams and Kath leen Highfill gave report on tin inventor and Chris Emmons re 1 ported on birds and their nests Joyce Wall was hostess to Pat ty Ewy Joyce Williams Chris Emmons Althea McNeal lrita i Snodgrass Linda ixev Caroline Miller and th? guardians Mrs Highfill and Mrs Jasper McNeal MULERS TAIL PIPES Swajrt Oil Co Phone 6 2624 111 7H Street i i mm 'xnvj jjr a banquet March 15 was discussi I man Linda Howell Mary Ann nt the March 12 meeting of the Martin? Dobbie Mornhinweg A Of AR A The simplest answer is a two word reply j'Irom I ranee Germany Hui (or wlu revcr you are i from) You recite your lift history If any questions are DIVORCED DI AR ABBY Have you ver DEAR DIVORCED: Don't buy heard of anybody going down the ycurscit a sef ol rings Anyone uho is inti restixl in knowing ynur background will ask you As for let them of were mar DAR ABBY: or have Ix en working in like the work (I am a clerk) and give the ciiHomers exxl sen in Recently women customers have ell me honestly if you think I been asking me "What is yuir nm foolish for wanting this type Tan Da Nita Traveling Blue Birds Linda Howell was hostess to member of the Tan Da The traveling Blue Birdf put 'UP their Blue Bird display in a Lamp re group at them March ill(iwntnwn Ufir wimlow after they 12 meeting in the elementary nlt Rbnh 2 in 'Christ Lltlfran StC 1 i i After fixing the display Mary Ann Martin conducted the 'hev tn rIniruri f' Sparkling Blue BirdsA thank you letter wns written to Charles Brnnett for the us' of his dtsplnv window by members i your 4 1 I oi hu apiiiKiiog unity nirtis nt i i thrir Mnnh 13 noting lhe children md propte look at home of their leader Mrs mo as though I haw? never been Singing the Blue Biid vv Mi niy children and nonce I am Yiot flu mi' li'iL I I I Cindv Kistler and rollcnll sponst was "My hobby girls discussed the March 15 dad daughter pl ici cards IX I II iiKiming nouill uuyuiK Illy: manners and vuests Napkins for S()f no( M( the bnniiet wen finished fnyh wondering what kind asked beyond that start selling were pihcticed for the pro ttomn I gram Mnrlis Jackie Kistler Randall bio Dotis nnd th leaders Mrs Dutts nnd Mrs Howard Kistler 1 4 til I'nco me meeting conduced by I wearing auv ring Io tell sou rj the truth I did not put away jny I 4 lty 4 I III (snjft IIKHI IIUWX when i got divorced have hern thinkmi atvrii hnvini mv the banquet wi finished and I Jtr I of wedding' in my condition ON WHEELS DAR ON WHEELS: 1 am Mire therd are others who have gone down the aisle in a wheel chair I see no reason why you If you and yoor fiance desire it Keep your wheels oil el nnd gnoi luck DEAR ABBY: it all right to have married bridesmaids? My sister says that it is anl I say it isn't because the word BRIDES MAID mt iins or un married person NEEDS TO KNOW DEAR NEEDS: It is permissible (o have married bridesmaids and is frequently done Stop worrying Abby help you with that problem or a per sonal reply enclose a stamped self addressed envelope or booklet "How To Have A 1 nvely Wedding" send 50 cents to Abby Box 3365 Beverly Hills Calif Popular Assortment of PROJECTOR LAMPS for movies and slide projectors ROY'S STUDIO And Camera Crater West Side of Square Hearing Expert Due In Perry hearing specialist John Taul of Enid will be Perry to give free examinatiorj and counsel on hearing problems Monday March 19th Any of your friends or familyhi have a hearing problem are welcome to' consult Mr Taul free of charge and tr jet an ra diometric test and "picture' ot their hearing Investigate too the new Sono tone vel hearing This Sonotone is worn entirely at the ears easily comfortably and in conspicuously With nothing on the body "clothes rubbing nois are eliminated It is so hgnt and comfortable the wearer will forget he is wearing it in just a few minutes It will dielight the eats and eyes of many who have been waiting for bearing aid So come to the Elite Hotel in Perry Monday March Bhh 1 to 5 pm or phone for an appoint ment in your own home No charge and certainly no obliga tion fPsid Adv) Sherry Shiver Ku'hy Miller Si mone VnnAredell Jonna Murphy Lou Ann Cole and the leidirs Mrs Biv and Mrs Divine and Sandy Do Kon Ya Camp ire Beads were counted for each member of the Da Kon Ya Camo ire group' nt their March 13 meeting in the fomie of their guardian Mrs Gene Scat Terri Randall conducted the business session after an out xir' game session The Rirlsnyde crystal garden for a hand craft project Nancy Koch was hostess to Smdrs Anderson Cnrlotta Coop er Ann Dunagan Patricia an cher Beverly Hughes Terri Ran dall Debbie Scat Karen Wilson and the guard ans Mrs Seat nnd Mrs Gene Ripley I Yo Pfa Camp ire Members of the a Ho Cha Camp ire group combined with members of die I Yo Pta Camp ire group when they met March II at the elementary school Paula Linifeav was the presid ing aTicer and rollcall and the minutes wore read by Jackie Yeargin the secretary New members added to th groun in clude Barbara' Harding Rose mary Moore Linds Campbell and Dianne Haxton The girls discuss ed the dad daughter banquet March 15 finished nut cups and tnadg pbee cards Kathy Henry wns hostess' to Janet Clark Lindi Kirch Paula Lindsay Maty Parks lors Sandlin Marla Sandlin Jackie Yeargin Rosemary Moore Ba hani Ihrdin Durene Haxton 1 iixia Campbell and the rar chans Mrs fr Henry and Mrs Marie Harding Two free passes to the Perry theater In Perry to Tom La Rue southwest of city Call at The Perry Daily Journal office to pick up pasaca Good if used on or before March 22 1882 Not transferahle(Adv) daughter banquet were niad by the Ta Na Ko Camp ire group at their March 12 meeting in the home of thtir guardian Mrs Emmett Rosser Mary Jane Stiefi rman conduct eJ the meeting and rvllcall re sponse was "My favorite sjxirt during the The girls discussed the did daughter twin quet and closed the meeting by repeat im the fire desire Attending were APntty Smith Carla Hamm Gail Johnson I' er bn Hyde Mary Jo Dekcn Mary Jane Stiefcrman Rebecca Rosser and the guardians Mrs Rosser and Mrs Clarence Hyde Twinkling Blue Birds ollowing a short business meeting conducted bv Tonvn Gleason the Twinkling Blue Birds went on lour downtown to view the Blue Bird and Camp ire dis plays in store windows After the tour rhe girls were treated at drug store lw Nancy Burkett and her mother and sis ter Mrs Juke Rurkctt and Lois Ann Attending were Milessa Brower Nancy Burkett Tamora Cheney Tonya Gleason Carla Henry Glynns Mason Ninrv Rosser Pam Shoop and the leaden Mrs Ron Henry and Mrs Joe Shooo and guests Mrs Burkett and Lois Ann and Keith Henrv xajwyyww ye rwinwr Saturday Community Ownd Evening Programs A Public Service By irst National Bank 8 13 0 Jock teray 7:00 Ou Pon) Show AJv In Porodira Candid Camara i 0:00 Newt Wo unday Thtofrt Nwt Wrathar 0:30 Hal Tll roatho 11:00 Moria Clmarra City 14 wwmra 1 1 4 5 9 5:00 NawlJWaathar unnii Broken Arrow 5:30 Throiholdt Colvin and Colonol Parry Matra 7:00 Room for One Moro 7:30 Toll Man Ltovo it to Boavor The Defenders 1:00 Movie Lawrence Welk 8:30 Have Gra 7:00 ight of the Week Guntmoko 7 :4 5 Mok Thot pare Jt 0:00 Newt Wa SpttAwqrd Theater Newt Wea Spit 10:30 Live Wreitlifiq Movie Movie 11:30 Movie ji" Sunday 8:30 Movericlt Mitfor Ed 5:00 Bullwinkle Show Lottie 5:30 Diineys World ollow the Sun Donnit The Menace 7:00 Ed Sotlhran 7:30 Car $4 La wman 80 Bononta Bui Stop GE Theatre ACCURATE DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE SOUTHSJDEDRUG Rfl SC RIP DON DELIVER 't 1 4 0'.

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