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THURSDAY, AUG. 15, 1946
322 N. Main Street
Phone 239-W
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Seen! Small, medium,
Gift packaged
tissue-thin, soft
and non-irritating,
any pants you’ve ever
e, and extra large.
PeteZGratz Store
Funer
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AMBULA^ CE SERVICE
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FARMER!!
PRODUCE
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Bluff!
Offers Fri
endly Service
Bu pers of
Cream, Eg&s and Poultry
ROUTE SERVICE
CLAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr.
Its bristle rows are w:
hair per stroke, and its han
Bluffton Phone 284-W
dely flared, reaches more
les are perfectly balanced.
rates!
It Penei
Bristles of top grade N
to insure long wear.
Fay’s Professii
ion! Handles of sparklite
inal Brushes
gold it
Repatriation of
World Wqr Dead
THE RETURN of our World War II dead from
overseas for burial in oyr National or private
cemeteries will begin before. the end of
this year.
FAMILIES are now being polled to determine
if they wish the remains of their loved ones
to be buried here or to remain in military
cemeteries abroad.
THE COST of returning each body, about
$700, will be borne by our Government. It wi^,
also contribute $50 toward local interrp^nt
expenses.
NEXT OF KIN, who have move^since being
notified of deaths, are requested to send their
41 /AM BMW ZN .1
master General, Memorial Division, War
Dept. NAVY, Bureai/of Medicine and Sur
gery, EDC, Navy Dept. MARINE CORPS,
Commandant, U, S. Marine Corps, Casualty
Section COAST GUARD, Commandant, U. S.
Coast Guard, Casualty Section—-aS addresses
at Washington 25, D.
Bluffton
Marine Carpi, Casualty
Paul Diller
FUNERAL HOME
'Phone 222- W 'Hluffton
We wtft fiitnfsn additional repatriation
formation vpon request.
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by the^Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: Year, $2.00
six months, $1.25 anywhere in U. S.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Fountain pens for
Sidney’s drug shop.
Misses Janet Steiner
Hochstettler spent the
I visiting in Chicago.
school at
and Louise
week end
Mrs. W. T. Marsh of Lima was a
recent visitor at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Suter.
Richland grange social Friday night
at grange hall beginning at 6:30. Ice
cream, pie and chicken sandwiches.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augsburger and
sons Bud and Don are spending two
weeks at Carpenter^ Lake, Mich.
Mexican baskets, auto seat covers,
calf weaners, hog troughs. Bluffton
Implement & Harness Co.
See me for memorials of all kinds.
Samuel Bixel, 409 S. Main St., Bluff
ton. Phone 429-W. Representing the
Lima Marble & Granite Co. tf
Mrs. Arthur Shaaff and children of
Manchester, Mich., spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Schnegg.
Fountain pens for school at
Sidney’s drug shop.
Miss Margaret Groman and Mau
rice roman are spending the week
with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Honken and
sons David and James at Titonka,
Iowa, former Bluffton residents.
at
Fountain pens for school
Sidney’s drug shop.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Siford
Detroit and Mr. and Mrs. H.
Siford of Findlay spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Biome of North
Main street.
of
R.
Just received 4-fold 100% wool
yard, 1 oz., 2 oz. and 4 oz. skeins.
Peter Gratz store.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Aukerman and
son Rex of Cherry street are spend
ing a two weeks’ vacation fishing in
northern Indiana.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Powell of
Route 1 returned Sunday evening
from a week’s vacation during which
they visited their son and
Rumson, New Jersey.
family at
and child
Lakewood
Mrs. Theo. Cunningham
ren Teddy and Nancy of
are visiting at the home of Mrs.
Cunningham’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Baumgartner of South Main
street.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Newland
and two daughters of Columbia Mo.,
are visiting at the home of Mrs.
Newland’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
R. Tripplehorn of South Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Niswander
and family of South Main street
have returned from a two weeks
trip during which they traveled
3,000 miles thru Missouri, Louisiana,
Alabama and Florida.
Mrs. Geraldine Ewing, wife of
John Ewing who was a patient in
Bluffton hospital following an auto
mobile accident ten days ago was
sufficiently recovered to be removed
to her home near
first of the week.
Beaverdam the
W. Augsburger
a ten days’ va-
Mr. and Mrs. R.
have returned from
cation at Carpenter Lake, Mich. While
there they had Mr. and Mrs. R. K.
Cooney, Jr., of Union City, Mich., as
their week end guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mason and
Mr. and Mrs. Beyers and daughter
Virginia of Cleveland stopped at the
George Klay home, Thursday, en
route to Gilboa to visit the parents of
Mrs. Beyers.
See me for custom baling. Carlton
Emerick, Lafayette, Rt. 1, Beaverdam
phone 356.
Misses Sarah Amstutz and Martha
Steiner are attending the Defense
less Mennonite conference at Sterling
Kansas, and also will visit relatives
in Illinois. They expect to be gone
for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tschantz and
Mrs. Emma Cornelius of Upper San
dusky visited Sunday at the George
Klay home on Mound street. Mrs.
Cornelius who formerly lived in Lima
recently moved to Upper Sandusky
where she will make her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Niswander
and daughter Wanda of Grove street
have returned from a week’s motor
trip to the Great Smokies mountains
and other points of interest.
Notice—Dishes and silverware left
on the table at the Schumacher re
union held last Sunday and three
years ago may be had by calling at
the home of A. E. Kohli, West Col
lege Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Luginbuhl of
Cleveland and daughter Miss Edna
Luginbuhl of New York city spent
the week end with Sam Luginbuhl
andyAHoe Balmer. They also visit
ed their cousin J. J. Luginbuhl of
BeaverSam who is a patient in Bluff
ton hospital.
Mrs. Noah Zuercher and son Mer
lin of South Main street entertained
at dinner, Sunday, her mother, Mrs.
C. C. Sprunger and brothers O. O.
and Franklin Sprunger, wife, daugh
ter Deloris and son Donald, Mr. and
Mrs. Jeff Zuercher and daughter all
of Berne, Ind. also Mr. and Mrs.
George Zuercher and two sons of
Linn Grove, Ind., and Mr. and Mis.
Harold Thiessen and daughters Eliz
abeth Renette and Ann Rosilyn.
THE B1IUFFT0N NEWS, BLUFFTON,} OHIO
Cars washed and simonized. Mer
lin Zuercher, 517 S. Main street.
Good assortment of colors in 4 fold
100% wool yarn at Peter Gratz
store.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Steiner are
enroute on a motor trip to the Paci
fic coast.
Mrs. Hannah Swank and Mrs. LoiX
Eaton are at the Zuercher rest home
on South Main street.
Misses Marie Im bach and Lorena
Hochstettler have returned from a
month’s trip thru the west, visiting
California, Oregon and Mexico.
Rev. and Mrs. John Elwood and
son of Richwood are visiting rela
tives and friends in Bluffton and vi
cinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hilty and
family residing southwest of Bluffton
spent the first of the week on a
motor trip to Franklin, Ohio, where
they visited friends.
Basinger ambulance removals—
Mrs. Bertha Woods to Bluffton hos
pital Mrs.’ Evan Basinger from
Bluffton hospital to her home on
Spring street.
Mrs. Jacob Nusbaum is spending
several weeks in Angola, Ind., with
her niece, Mrs. Samuel Fowler and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Flythe
and children Patricia, Nancy Lee
and Harry of Hampton, Va., are
visiting his father, Roland Flythe
and sistef, Mrs. Oscar Wenger and
family of North Spring street.
Dr. Eddison Mosiman of Newark,
N. J., a former Bluffton resident and
brother of the late Dr. S. K. Mosi
man, visited relatives and friends
here Tuesday. Dr. Mosiman, who
was an instructor in Bluffton college
some thirty-five years ago has been
operating a book store in Newark
for a number of years. He stopped
here enroute to Chicago.
Diller ambulance removals—Evan
Sommer from Bluffton hospital to
his home Wm. Marquart
ton hospital to his home
Mrs. Ralph Amstutz and
from Bluffton hospital to
on East College avenue Marcele
Lora from Bluffton hospital to the
home of Richard Staley northeast of
Ada.
from Bluff
in Jenera
infant son
their home
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hauenstein
of Campus drive had as their guests
last Thursday, two returned mission
aries, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hanna
frod who taught last year in the
Presbyterian mission school at Alep
po, Syria, where Miss Barbara Hau
enstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hauenstein also was an instructor.
The Hannafords are preparing to
return to Japan where they had been
missionaries under the Presbyterian
board for 23 yeats prior to the war
and where he was interned for six
months after the outbreak of hostili
ties. Mr. and Mrs. Hannaford were
accompanied here by his three sisters
from Springfield, Ohio.
Mt. Cory
The broadcast of Ruth Ghaster,
saxophone soloist, that was to have
been given last Sunday will be on
WFIN radio show next Sunday at
seven o’clock from Riverside park.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steininger
and Mrs. B. McVey and children,
Andy Bender, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Steininger all of Mt. Cory, Mr. and
Mrs. Cleo Steininger of
tended the Keel reunion
Riverside park.
Willard Kramer has
position in Findlay.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
family were recent week
of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln
visited
Miss Marilyn
house guest of
week.
Mrs. A. E.
Reiter and
end guests
Ludwig at
in Can-
Detroit. They also
ada.
The Evangelical
Cory was the scene
Saturday evening of Miss
King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
D. King of Mt. Cory, and H. David
Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Anderson of Bluffton. Rev.
V. C. Oppermann of the Bluffton
Evangelical and Reformed church
heard the exchange of vows before a
setting of candelabra, palms and
white gladioli.
church
of the
in Mt.
wedding
Florice
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Geren and
family moved to McComb last week
where they purchased a property.
Betty Balister is working at the
Cooper cafeteria in Findlay.
Sara Guin of
her mother Mrs.
weeks.
Chicago is visiting
Bessie
Guin for two
Thursday in
spent
Ruth Ghaster
Lima.
Rev. and Mrs.
id attended the Keel reunion Sunday
at Riverside park.
Ruth Ghaster and Chester
visited WFIN radio station Sunday.
Mrs. C. E. Boobnng called on
Ruth Ghaster Friday afternoon.
Supt. D. C. Simkins and daughter
Pauline called recently on Mr. and
Mrs. B. E. Wolfrom and daughter
Shirleen.
CARD OF THANKS
We, the family of the late Charles
Martin Gazette, wish to thank the
many friends and neighbors for all
kindness shown us during his illness
and death also for floral tributes,
services of Paul Diller funeral home
and consoling words of Rev. V. C.
Oppermann and Rev. Paul Whitmer.
Mrs. Verne T. Gazette
Mrs. Anna Bess Williams
Mrs. Charlene Jannicky
Clubh, J^odgeA
and SocietieA
Garden Cub
The Garden club wil meet at the
home of Mrs. Harold Carr north of
Bluffton, Thursday afternoon.
The following program has been
arranged:
Roll call, What flower or vegetable
I enjoy raising Biennials, What
they are and their value, Mrs. Harry
Barnes How to Grow Them Well,
Mrs. Harvey Beidler Self controlled
Perennials, Mrs. Ed Lape Summer
bouquet, Mrs. Chas. Miller.
Richland Grange
Topic for the meeting of Richland
grange next Tuesday night will be
“Home”.
The program follows:
call, the purchase that added
to my home song, Home,
Roll
most
Sweet
Clara
House
Piano solo, Evelyn Boyer My Dream
Home, Mildred Fett Stunt, Charles
Lora. Esmond Griffith, Clair Moser
Vocal duet,
Matter.
Home Poem—Home, Mrs.
Jennings What makes a
a Home, Almeda Shaffer
Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Announced
Mrs. Reno Oberly an
engagement of their
Engagement
Mr. and
nounce the
daughter Marjorie Ann to Joe S.
Davis, son of
Davis of Ada.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean
from
been
was graduated
school
Miss Oberly
Mt. Cory high
employed as payroll
American Swiss Co.,
the past two years.
and has
clerk for the
of Toledo for
Mr. Davis, a graduate of Ada
high school served 27 months with
the Navy in the Pacific and is now
in partnership with his father in the
garage business at the intersection
of Routes 30-N and 69. No
has been set for the wedding.
Beaverdam Man to Wed
Engagement of Ralph Marshall,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Marshall
of Beaverdam to Alice Elaine Hites,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Hites of Lima has been announced
by parents of the bride elect,
definite date has been set for
wedding.
August Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. David Luginbill of
Pandora announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of their
daughter Clorinda to Bernard C.
Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford
Green of Mt. Cory.
Mr.
Bolick and son Dav-
Reiter was a
Joann Carr
recent
for a
Dessie
called
B. E.
King, Mrs.
Beagle and Ruth Ghaster
Thursday afternoon on Mrs.
Wolfrom and daughter.
Huber
wedding will take place Sat
August 24 in the Grace Men
church in
The
urday,
nonite
Ernest
ceremony following
tion will be held at
bride.
Pandora. Rev.
officiate at the
which a recep
the home of the
Bohn will
sister,
Green,
will be best man.
Toledo, at
Sunday at
accepted a
attended by her
bride will be
Mrs. Paul Bodey and James
brother of the bridegroom
The
Until recently, the bride-elect was
a nurse at Bluffton hospital. Mr.
Green recently was discharged from
the Navy after three years of
service, thirteen months of which
were spent oveseas.* He has enrolled
as a student at Bowling Green State
university this fall.
Farm Women’s Improvement Club
The Farm Women’s Improvement
club will meet with Mrs. Pauline
Yoakam Thursday afternoon at 2
o’clock. Mrs. Carrie Cook
Effie Pfeiffer will be
hostesses.
and Mrs.
assistant
has been
The following program
arranged:”
Song and devotions, 1
what our community should do for
its young people Commercial
Cosmetics, Clara Andrews Marriage
Customs in Other Lands, Myrtle Lut
terbein special music, Mabel Jen
nings closing song benediction.
Roll call,
East Orange
and Mrs. Ezra Heldman
of
Kenton, Mr. and
and daughters
Arlington, Mr.
Boehpi and sons
John were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Heldman and
Charles.
Mrs. Ted W. Smith
Ann and Jane of
and Mrs. Kermit
David, Stephen and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Amstutz of
Harrod had as Sunday dinner guests
in honor of little Lonnie Sue Bout
well’s 4th birthday anniversary,
Those present were: Mrs. Emma
Boutwell, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bout
well, Mr. and Mrs. Rayon Boutwell
and children Lonnie Sue end Lynn
Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bame called
in the Burnell Bame home, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stager, Mrs.
Mary Heldman were callers in the
B. J. Boutwell home last Wednesday.
.The woman’s missionary meeting
of the Riley Creek Baptist church
was held in the home of Mrs.
Fisher on Aug. 14th.
spent
Ralph
For sal 4____
also Bridgeport organ. Ray Marsh
all, Bluffton
For sale-4One Minute washing
machine. A^ron Messinger, Bluffton
phone
566-'WANT-ADS
Rubber s
For sale
For sale—Us
Steiner, Bl
For sale
446 W. Eh
Doo-kfip gr
supply limited.
For sale—Pi
6’s in 8 ft.,
lengths. A.
phone 162- Y.
Wanted-
by 12 feet
ton phone
Thermos
For co
For culling
flock of poultry call Noah Tripple
horn, phone 2fi26 at 1012 Hazel Ave.,
Lima, Ohio.
domestic e
ice call
Service,
For sale
Bluffton pl
Have
with light
available,
call on us
Ohio.
ir
The old fashioned mail box is
back at Waltermire’s.
For sale—Norge fuel oil home
heater, 50,00(11 B. T. U. heating capa
city. Brayen Radio service.
For sa|e—L. C. Smith typewriter.
Bluffton phone 648-T.
For sale—9 acres, 12 miles north
east of Lima, or 514 miles west of
Bluffton, 7 room house, hardwood
floors, gas, electricity, lots of shrub
bery, nwly painted, nice barn,
garage, corn crib, granary, chicken
house, up-ground cellar, 2 drilled
wells, orchard, extra good land,
buildings all A-l condition, posses
sion at onee. See L. E. Althaus, 4
mile south of Lafayette. Phone
Lafayette 293.
Genuine Broilmaster and Everhart
roasterettes at Waltermire’s.
For sale—Barn 18 by 27 ft., new
siding and new roof. W. O. Geiger,
Bluffton phone.
Wanted—Women for general kit- I
chen help good working conditions
and transportation furnished. Apply,
Swiss Inn, Bluffton phone. fj
For sale —200 bushels corn. John L.
Reichenbach, 2 miles east of Pandora.
For sale—McCormick Deering corn
binder. Mrs. P. C. Steiner, Pandora
phone 7$-G or 6-K.
For sale—Wood and coal circula
ting heating stove Favorite hard
coal burner in good condition. Bluff
ton phone 566-Y. 18
Save your fine tablecloth with the
new plastic film tablecloth covers at
Walteripire’s.
For sale—Horton electric washer in
good condition. Mrs. Frank Lewis, 2
miles west of Beaverdam.
For sale—-Irish cobbler potatoes,
several grades. Archie Diller, Bluff
ton phone 530-Y. 22
Lost—Male black and white spot
ted rs
old. I
Shrid
Bluff
terrier puppy about 15 weeks
found please notify Harry J.
r, 228 W. College Ave., or call
pn phone 126-W.
sale—Round Oak coal and
range in good condition. Lewis
t4s, Pandora phone.
sale—Child’s large tricycle. In
320 S. Jackson St.
ited—House or apartment ip or
Bluffton by October 1. Ralph
»y, 222 Grove St. Call evenings.
sale—Comic books, 3 cents
James Frick, 134 S. Mound St.
sale—Artesian power lawn
also saddle horse 2 yrs. old,
ete with saddle and bridle. Dean
h, on Route 69, second house
of Route 30-N. intersection.
:ice—To my Toledo Blade cus
•s—I am on a two wbeks’ vaca
ind while I am away my route
e carried by Bruce Hau«m«tein,
175-W. I will collect after my
n, August 26. Buddy Augsbur-
Foi
wood
J. Du
Foi
quire
Wa
near
Sousl
Foi
each.
Foi
mow/
com fl
Dealt
norti
Nd
tome
tion
will
phon
retui
ger.
Mae
Ada
Mrs.
and Mrs. Ralph Price of
Monday with Mr. and
Stager.
Mr.
sale—Fowl pox vaccine at
tf
For
Jorg hatchery.
For sale—5 lots on Geiger St.f no
lot sold separately. Mrs. Attie Potee,
S. Mound St. 18
For sale—Five room house, near
Bluffton can be moved to town
2 mill
30.
mimeograph. Bluff­
ft., and 12 ft.
Stager, Bluffton
and vaccinating your
19
heater
enown room
hone 536-W.
Minute
treads. Waltermire’s.
f-P o a o e s. Clarence
tffton phone. tf
♦-Fryers. Fred Martin,
street. Phone 501-W.
’To buy building about 10
Aluminu
not rust.
Richard Davies, Bluff
193-W.
jugs,
nplete
ectric
Waltermire’s.
commercial and
refrigeration serv-
Refrigeration
19
Moyer’s
Cory phone 5-6.
-Potatoes. Arthur Miller,
one.
our buildings
ng rods which
Estimate free.
-To
hidder,
Wanted-
Chas. Burl
the
of
Miss Hites is a graduate
Columbus Grove high school and is
employed by a Lima laundry. Mr.
Marshall was also graduated from
the same high school and is engaged
in farming.
protected
are now
Write or
Henry P. Zimmer, Ada,
do washings,
209 N. Jackson St.
18
*74e
will
clothes line
Waltermire’s.
—Two story building in
ition
ited.
suitable for
Call Bluffton
good corn
newly pai
525-W.
house,
phone
17
Mrs.
For salq—Potatoes. Harley Diller,
mile northwest of town.
Dog harness. Waltermire’s.
PROTECT your new chair
moths for only 25c a year,
spraying of Berlou stops moth
age for 5-years or Berlou pays the
damage. Sidney’s Drug Shop, 129 N.
V ain Street, Bluffton, Ohio.
1 19
date
from
One
dam-
For sale—314 inch Turnbull wag
on also light trailer. Stanley Bixel,
3 miles north of town.
For sale—Factory built Whizz mo
tor bike in good condition. See Ralph
Stager at Sohio service station.
All kinds of washing machines
repaired. Pick up and delivery
service. William & Henry Schiffer
ly on Rt. 103 and county line. Phone
591-T.
It
PAGE FIVE
layton IJixel at Bixel Motor
easily.
sales.
For sile—Potatoes $1.75 per bush
el. Bring containers. Russell Wolfe,
2 ...lies/east of Beaverdam on Route
For jtale—Tomatoes for table use.
A. S2 |fcCune, 160 Geiger street.
ier
Waltermire’s.
lumber mostly 2 by
10
le—Base rocker, beige tone
md, small floral print Star
heating stove day bed.
Donal$ Dillman, 202 N. Main street.
For sale-^160 acres with modern
house, good bam, other buildings
also for rent 80 acres with modem
house, large bam, other buildings.
Call Mrs. H. W. Althaus, phone
238-W’.
F. Garretson, broker.
Notice
The
34th Sutter-Welty reunion
held at Pandora school build
Picnic din­
will be
ing, Sunday, Aug. 25.
ner at noon followed by program in
the afternoon. This notice will
serte as an invitation to all reunion
members to attend.
Pres., Ralph Basinger
Sec., Clyde Welty 18
FACTORY-BUILT
FARM PROVEN
LOADER
Thousands of Horn-Draulio
Leaders are at work day after
day helping farmers do heavy,
back-breaking lifting ana
loading jobs. The Horn
Draullc's twin cylinders main
tain perfect balance even when
handling loads up to 2,000
pounds. Easily operated by
convenient finger-tip controls
near driver’s seat. Quickly at
tached to any standard trac
tpr. Let me show you why
so many farmers prefer Horn
Dsaullc Loaders,
Bluffton Farm Equipment Co
E. F. Schmidt, Prop.
105 E. Elm St.
Bluffton phone 260-W
Open Saturday Evenings
I. MJ
s out of date now
rsons who buy insurance
the old “hit or miss”
Pe
on
plan usually overlook some
source of possible loss. Buy
your insurance on a plan
ned program and know
your insurance really
blocks every chance of
serious loss. Ask us about
this up-to-date method of
buying insurance.
lutzi Insurance Agency
Phone: 295-W
ILS’/j S. Main Street
Bluffton
CT AD THEATRE
1 nR Bluffton
THURS.-FRI.-SAT.
“TWO SISTERS
FR
BOSTON”
YN GRAYSON
JUNE ALLYSON
KATH
LAURITZ MELCHIOR
JIMMY DURANTE
$UN.-MON.
JOAN I1ESLIE
ROBERT ALDA
in
“CINDERELLA
Cartoon
JONES”
Selected Short
Subjects
TUES. WED
People Are Funny
’. With
HELEN WALKER
RUDY VALLEE
OZZIE NELSON
JACK HALEY
Price Adults 35c Children
11 yrs. and under 12c

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