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SATURDAY. MARCH 24. 1946
SATURDAY. MARCH 24.1>46
HY VIVIAN McLENDON
The Murchiiig Tenm of Elks will
meet on Mutch 28th ut the home of
i\Ir^. Sully Liruy, -117 L'uuiiuii Stieel.
Alii members ure urged to attend.
’i>ie Hooker T. Washington Club
meet on Sunday ut the home
}f Bic president, Mr. John Chuvis,
324 |South Turboio Street.
Mils. Kichuid Haywood ol ihiti S.
Huyjwood Stieet hus i>een coiuuied
to juer home lor sev.ral days. We
ull/wish Tor lur a quick lecuvery.
^lisb Mamie S. Hteks ol 4211 SniiUi
^ticet celebrated tier birthday re
cently. Several friends wt-re pre
sent to niuKe the ucca.-ion an enjoy
able one. She received many use-
, 'ful proscnU-
Mr. J. W. Joyner, Lnieclor of the
USO at Jacksonville, was in the
city on Tuesday ii!iendini> to busi
Hall. Variou:: yanies were enjoyed
oy uu present they weie: .Messrs.
,,a .....--a.-es .ucuumel, VlClUl
I copies. U. W. Wiiti-noi, A. x\.
xairiiieU II, w.iinie Uailes, L. D
Iiolocii, n. V. L.iies, ttnaiiuel wn-
nair.s alio Joniiiue Joi'.es.
.ii.isis .Nelson I'eopies, Leon Car-
ion, lliiuerl staivei, i'hoinas iM.
isiniUl, t. a. .ViitClieli, Joe Leak uiid
.N.esoaines nose H. Perry, Lilhe
t-aiicrson, Pui.n.e Mae Douglas, ana
..iis. Powells, .\liss .vuoim Wuiteis
.n>U .Miss Oaiy.
Out ol town guests were .\ii. ana
.Mrs. O. D. Adams of Wendell.
I'eeu Age Liub
liAl-t-iGli - llie iceii Age Club
wnict. lias been organized here m
.lie eiiy IS couuucted at llie Hlood-
.voiin blieCl U’SO ana is spoiisoitu
oy the p.nKs and Recreation Coin-
• I.u.ei of Uie City.
Tile Cluo aeliviUes began on Ui
.nd ol 1-ebiuaiy wan a Teen Ai
Dance. Cm the cpciung iiiglU the: -
Wile 0.18 levii-ages p.eStlU. The
LbU open for this pioeiani Ihiee
1.lilts a week, .tlondays 4-(i p. m.,
.eane.^o.y- i.aiiiOiuo p. m.. and
Iiuay.-. 4-0 p. m. Up to the present
.lie ihcie ha., been a registration
.f 42J. Each ol liicse Ueii ages have
•ecu given a lien -Age Card which
i.is to be UMNJ foi admittance for
.:y- Tceii .Age ucliviliy. The parti-
ipalion on Wednesday evening is
o heavy until the* group has bean
nvided. lJ-1.) come as a group
...u Ili-lti Lome as a „roup. This
vas done in itder not to greatly
iver crowd ih. space and facilities
•f llie USO.
Tile T*cn-A-v Board has been or
ganized wlMch composed of Tecii
.\:,e' Th' duties of this Board is to
-live as Junioi Leader.^, Program
e'uionn’t.. e and m evc:y way give
.he Tein Ages dCsire and ideas
lu Ihe pr. giani Inal .s connuc
The neinbfi' of the Board are;
J;inMs E. P-pc. chairman. Charbie
Sinckhiiid, vice chairman; Glen-
wot'O Jones, vice ch-iiman; Brun
Hilda Lawson, accrela.y und Helen
Kaucof.e, arsistunl secretary, Har
vey Bioadie, leporiei; Lela Jeffer
ies, David Saunders, Polly Jones.
Jose Chandler. Chailes Robert
Joins, Juanita Broadic.
The members of the board are rep-
.coeiiiatives from eacn of the city
.vhools onu Cnav.s Heights Center.
Tills progr im .s spoi.soied by the
I'arMS and Reatalion liepaiimenl
of the vjty of Raleigh and is sopei
vised by Wiley J. Lalhan..
We are the ladies ol the
cuuiiiiututy to please give ineu
ua.oa w.-a Vices OS ..liapClOllS. Ally oJle IhU!
eekly meeUiig wiUi Peggy Me-'will lenuer ih.> seivice will piei
Call Wilvy d. t-alhaui at Chavis
fleiglu Center, 2-lut>4.
Rev. L. C. Cros.', well ki.uwn State
MissioiiaJy, Ims moved to Raleigh
He will preach at the .’’.lupli- Ttmple
Chiistiaii C'liuich oil Sunday ingiu
at 8 p. m i'he pubhc is curdi.iliy
Tile Idli'-A-Wnile CTuu held it-
legular meeiuig on iii.st Thuisday
liighl at the iioine ol .vli>. Louno
Walker. Afltr all busnu-.'.i wu' fin
ished a di'hciuii.- dinner was seiv-
ca by the liusti.ss, .Mi- Walker.
Messrs. F R. Ji ivay aiul E. R.
Swain motored to Wilmington over
the week end on a biiMin-ss trip.
Rev. R 1. Hounc ol Wilminglun
was in the city leceiuly.
The 3-A Club ciuert,lined fi lends
on March 17lh w.th a fish fry
the home of .Mr. and Mrs. H
UV A\.N U. .VfOUOA.S
.Vlr. CnriMophei D-onaUi o
and 1'. College. Gtcciisboio. v.
hat iclalivcs over tiie vv
.Misses Ruth 'luce all'
Turner of New L ill v
city over the week end.
Miss Pauliiie Huywi/ou and IiU.
Lconiuas Haywuou weie caUed to
Spimgfielu, .viass.. last wevtk, due to
the death ot then b: other.
Mis. Helen Hinton .;as been ouu-
fiited to hei i.ou.e due to liincsa.
The Ladies AuiaLui'y met at the
Lome ol Mrs. Luie Alloiu oi. .Mall-
On Wednesday mghl the lueuiwei
ol the Wesleyan clUb mel wiUi Mi-
The Home Guaida Ciub held Uieir
i'wu Sent To Roads
Ail friend* ol Mt*. Hester Fex-
eU ol 4 Chavis Way are sorry to RALEIGH — David Blake o. 721
J k.. lit........ >n,u. ihai -^..iiih Sunders .Street, and Rubet
MISS KITH REYNOLDS
RALEIGH -- The Raleigh 1‘in-lJp
Contest sponsored by the National
Association of College Women came
briUiaiu ena at eight oclock
Monday night, Maich ikth, at the
Biuodwurth Street USO.
The popular and attractive con
testants looking very charming
awaited eagerly the financial re
port which would determine the
winner. Miss May Ligon reported
as follows: Senior Miss group ages
17-21, tst place Miss Ruth Reynolds
if St. Agnes Hospital who reported
$161.06, second place Miss Dorothy
Pullen followed by Miss Ronnie
Sanders, Miss Gwendolyn Moore,
nd Miss Rugerline Harrison,
lu tile Junior Miss age 14-16 groap
there was a hot contest between
.Miss Peebles and Miss Jacqueline
Gnode. .Miss Peebles won first place
having reported $56.95 and Miss
Goode second place followed by
.Miss Doris Rand and Miss Juanita
Wilson. All of the contestants re
ceived valuable prizes. The winner
of the Senior prize received $50.00
for an Easter attire while the Junior
Miss was awarded $23.00.
Mrs. Louise Perrin, president, ex
pressed the appreciation of the club
to all who had helped to make the
contest a success. She reported that
1C club always contributes to the
■elfare of ‘‘ne community through
its support of activities such as the
Nur.sery School program, the Y. W.
A-. the Detention Home, and the
Y’omh Clinic. The .financial com
mittee composed of Mrs. Mozelle
Lane. Miss M.^c Ligon. and .Mrs.
Harris was responsible for the pro
Ject Mrs. H. S. Ad.Tms rendered
Misses Pat Stewart and Etta Dur-
en members of the sociijl commit
tee served delicious punch and
cookies to all.
YWCA HOLDS MEM-
RALEIGH — The first annual
meeting of the entire membership
of the Sojourner Truth YWCA was
held Wednesday night at the Wasli-
ington High School with Mrs. Nora
Lockhart, chairman of the com
mittee of management, presiding.
The program included reports of
the committees, which showed the
progress of the branch, which was
one year old on March 1. Skits from
the Girl Reserve, the Busineia and
Indusliial Girls, and the Commit
tee ol Management.
The Girl Reserves skit showed
tne value ut Girl Reserve Confer
ences, as tlieir skit was one given
at the Girl Reserve Couferenc*
beiU tost June at Beuuell CoUuge
to wtuch the branch sent seven Gu)
Reserves and iwo advisors.
The Business and Industiial Girb'
skit emphasized the need and value
of a YWCvL During their skit Mis*
Vivian McLendun gave the club'*
The Commitle* of Management’s
r.'rvu-i u/»« a ktimmarv .if the work
Washington School News
Compiled By Alexander
Cbalmem and .Margaret LarUa
The crowning of Miss Cosmelol-
agist, Mrs. Daisy Branche, popu
lar young beautician of the Capi
tal city, who won first prize fur
giving the prettiest hair style re
cently at An Extravaganza at the
First Baptist Church, Mrs Cora
Tucker irrodeH is shown crown
ing Mrs. Branche.
HOLD STYLE SHOW
RALEJCU — A large group of Ra
leigh citizen* gathered at the First
Baptist Church last ITiursday lUghL
to witness ”An Lxtravanza and
the crowning oi "Miss Coameud-
agut" prescuted oy the Raleigh Lu-.^
ooi chapter No. 27 of the Matkiiiaf
Beauty Culturist League. Inc.
The DrokTiun opened with the
program were as follows: Mesdanii-s
Aiuiie Belle Brunson, Adeline Lilly.
Etta Huff. Daisy Blanche. Mildred
Williams, Rosa Tucker. .Muzell Mer
ritt, Ai.nle Junes, Mary Lane,
Mixses Helen Leach, Frances GoodJ,
and btarks Beauty College.
The crowning of Misa Cosmetoia-
the Washingion High School Dra
matic Club has been named the
winner of first place in the Annual
Eastern Dramatic tournament which
was held in Ro^ky Mount on March
n.11(11 and tenth. 'The play that was
presented by the Washington High
School players was ’•Undercurrent"
by Zeilar. The students participat
ing were Herbert Ellis as Narian
.Singh, a Hindoo of high caste; An
gle Murchena as Radha, Narain
Singh's brother's daughter; Lorenzo
Haywood as Lieut. Chetwynd with
the British Forces; and Robert
Grant as Gopulu, N-irian Sigh's
Jockal. Alexander Chalmer was
staxe diieclur. Ronnie Saunders and
Willie Howell student assistants.
Hrofssi.r H. T. Johnson was direc
tor of the play and he is director serves
of the Washingion High School
The Washington High School
Flayers will compete in the finals
to be held at Shaw University on
Saturday, March 24. The winner
of the final contest will be award-
ltd the State Dramatic trophy. We
'all wish for the Dramatic players
the very best of luck.
The combined Hi-Y clubs of the
Washington High School had at
their guest speaker Tuesday. Dr.
Walter Slade, a former student ol
the above school and a former mem
ber of the Hi-V clubs. The program
was opened by singing one verae
of ■Stai Spangled Banner," after
which prayer and response was giv
en by Matthew Alston.
The speaker was presented by
Professor H T. Johnson, director
of Hi Y clubs in the local school.
Dr Sladf addressed the clubs on
•'Making A Choice."
The Hi-Y’ Clubs of the Washing-
Hith bcho 1 are planning their
Milton Walden killed
RALEIGH— Eleven-year-old Mil
ton W’..ll- ii of 120 W. South SUe»-t
was killed almost InsUntly Tuesday
lui'l.i about 9:411 o'clock wheni
was struck by a trailer-truck own
ed by the Burton Motor Lines ol
Reul'Ville The accident occurr^
veiy near the boy's home
Ralph Trent. 26. white driver of
the truck, was booked "for iuveati-
,,itiQn.’ and was placed under bond
.f $1,000 pending a hearing before
Coroner Roy Banks possibly on
Accurdmg to police. Trent said
that he was driving east on South
Street at about 15 mile* per hour
and saw a boy dart out into the j
street, but returned to the sidewalk
at the sound of the truck's born
After the vehicle passed the boy.
Trent continued, he fell "a bu^
under the right rear wheel. ’ He |
stopped to investigate and diacov- j
ered the boy lying in the sUeel |
Trent, with another man. carried ;
the boy home and called an ambu-
lance He finally had to call a taxi
when the ambulance wa* slow m
arriving, and to* fie boy to Saint
Agnes Hospital whera be died from
severe skull Injuries fifteen r-liutes
annual spring program.
The Crown and Scepter Club, hon
or society of the Washington High
School, had as their main speaker
on Wednesday, Dr. T, F. Cathcart.
local physician. Dr. Cathcart spoke
of "Health and Social Hygiene." The
speaker was presented by Ermine
The Glee Club and the Band will
present an Easter Program In Chap
el on the 26th of March.
Last week. March 11-18, marked
the period devoted to the collection
of funds for the Red Cross in the
theater of Raleigh These Girl Re
collected funds at the Royal
and Lincoln; Burdette York, Alber-
Une Conner, Gladys Hill, Ueloris
Lassiter, Mary Allen, Katie Faison,
Yetta Branch, Ossie B. Broadle, Le-
lia Jeffries. Mary Ann SnelUng,
Jean Eaton. Gloria Williams, Eddie
L. Glover. Brunhllda Lawson, Dons
Smith, Rosa DeLaine, Patricia Hun
ter, Rhoda Sanders. Shirley Brown,
E.itolle Hawkins, Grace Davis, Ma
mie Glenn, Estella Jones, Ola Wil
'The third annual Holly Week ser
vices sponsored by the Girl Re
serves will begin Monday. Marcn 26,
8:30-8:55 A. M. with the Senior Club
in charge. Tuesday, 10th grade clubs,
• Wednesday. 9th grade and Thura-
; day 8th grade. Girl Reserves may
. attend the USO each Tuesday and
I Wednesday from 4-8.
^or P»r«onalia*d Hand LauBdry
411 OtorUD Road
CA R TER
3 East Lenior St. Dial 2084
Friday and Saturday
CHARLES STARRETT — In
JANE PRA2EE — In
•'GET HEP LOVT'
Sunday and Monday
DICK FORAN — In
' GUNS OF THE PECAS"
Tuasday and Wadnaaday
A Throbbing Drama of
PAINT - PAINT
12 yaara of aaRafadloii. All
Colors—Stains aad Enainol*.
Mail Ordars Promptly FUlad
Railroad Salv.nge Co.
320 South Wilmington St
WE CARRY A FULL LINK
OF BEAUTY and BARBER
Writ* For Price List*
Wa Ship Anywhere
Beauty Products Co.
1730 FULTON STREET
Brooklyn, (111, New York
And what a meal It will :
seasooed exactly rlgtit. and
cry dish boasting a real bi
11 B. BLOUNT KT.
FOR TASTY FRIED
CHICKEN COME TO
■ - and ' ■
Half ChickcB or
A Chickoo Sandvriob
SEER SOFT DRINKS
Comor Croaa ob4 Loko St
la.ik iaiR.^^ia I
Mawm-a gi mmmiMwmmwwiw • y
BBaH friend* uf Mia. Hester Fer
rell of 4 Chavis Way are sorry to
hear of her illness and hope that she
will soon be out.
Mrs. William Brook* of 9 Chavis
Way was out of the city on Mon
day night visiing her moher, Mrs.
Giles of Garner.
Little Miss Veru Mae Uuburson of
10 Smith Piaza has been ill for sev
Master Zeb Allbrilton. Jr. of 21
Smith Plaza celcbruleu liis tenili
birthday on Monday. He received
many useful presents Happy biitu
day Zeb, Jr.
MusU-r Henry Bi>>wn of 6 Date
Terrace celebrated his 9tli birthday
recently. A few uf his fiietids were
invited over to help him celebrate
Mrs. Oscar Kendall, Sr., of
Chavis Way is spending few days
in N. J. with her husu-.i-.d wha
Mrs. Huckaday who is l■"W at the
home of lu'i daughter. Mis. Alma
White of 14 Lincoln Tcnace, aws
reported doing nicely iccently, altei
Mrs. Effle Daily of 21 Smith Plaza
is still improving.
Mrs. Arnetta Brown of C Dare
Terrace wns out of the Heights re
cently visiting relatives and friends
Ivvu beul io Koaus
RALEIGH — David Blake of 721
South Sander* Street, and Robert
Griffin of 711 Carroll's Alley, were
given 90-day-road sentences, eacn
upon convictions of cliaiges grow
ing out of a dislurbanct at the home
uf Luvey Kearney at 116 ironach's
Blake was charged with assault
■ilh a deadly weapon on James
Lovilt, a roomer in the Kearney
home; ;ind Griffin was charged wiUi
trespassing in Kearney's home and
with damage to real and personal
Lovlll testified that Biake enter
ed the house and struck at him
with a knife, cutting his coat and
knocking off his cap. He left with
Kearney to call the police and when
he returned he found his cap cut in
Kearney testified that Griffin in-
sLsted upon entering the house af
ter being told to stay out. Following
an argument between himself and
Griffin. Kearney said that Griffin
left and heaved brir' through the
w.ndows of the ho- reaking 16
window panes, a t.. imp and
Criffin was prevented from set-
tiny the house afire by Blake, tes
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uf a YUL'-.!. Uul.i.k UWIP'iLil llUi
Vivian McLendugi gave the club's
The Committee of Management’s
report was a summary of the work
of the various committees, Mrs. L.
Perrin, vice chairman, presided
Miss Mae £, Ligon gave the re
port of the young girls’ committee.
The Membership Committee report
was given by Mrs. Tulia Turner.
Mrs. R. L. Fleming is co-chairman
of this committee. The House Com
mittee's report was given by Mrs.
J. M. Clanton, Treasurer's report
was given by Miss Margaret Bugg,
branch treasurer and the Women'*
Committee report was given by
Election uf commitlae members
was in charge of the nominating
committee with Miss Jeanett Hicks,
presiding. Members elected:
Committe of Management. Miss
Marie Mclver, Miss Mae E. Ligon.
Mrs, S. V. Perry, Mrs. M. B. Free-
Mrs. Alberta Lvingston; for
the Nominating Committee, Mrs.
Juanita Strickland. Mrs. Alice Jones,
Mrs. E. M. Kelly. Mrs. O. S. Bul
lock and Miss Jeanette Hicks. Mn.
W, B. Inborden and Mrs. Mamie Mc
Cauley will serve two uoexplred
terms for the Branch Committee.
Mrs. A. Wray White, president of
the Raleigh YWCA Board, Miss
Dorothea McDowell and Mrs. Mc
Dowell were present. Miss McDow
ell, general secretary, who recent
ly resigned, was presented with a
gift from the Committee of Manage
ment and Bran^ Secretary.
Mrs. C. T. Toole, branch secretary,
gave the annual report of the Y.
W, C. A.
Future Homemakers Of
! State Hold Executive
Sessoin At N. C. College
DURHAM — The Future Home-
inakcsr of North Carolina, state
wide organization of girls studying
I home economics, held an executive
, board session at North Carolina
College Saturday to discuss plans
I for regional organization.
I Miss Marjorie Hymes of the Mary
I Potter School, Oxford, president,
I was in charge of the meeting which
was attended by board members.
I their school advisers. Mis* Cath
erine T. Dennis, State Supervisor
I of Home Economics Education and
^ Mrs. Marie C. Moffitt, State De-
' partment of Education club consult-
Board members attending the
meeting and later visiting the Dur-
j ham Sojourner Truth YWCA to
' view to work uf the North Carolina
College Home Economics Depart
ment in renovating the building
I included: Julia Perry, vice presi-
Ident. Washington High School. Ka-
! leigh; Edith McArthur, secretary,
: Hilly Branch High School, Lumber-
’ ton; Elizabeth Register, treasurer,
Orange County Training School,
Chapel Kill; Inez Broadnax. Song
Leader. Douglas Higti School. Leaks-
villo; Fannie Stroud, pianist. Little
River School. Durham County; An
gela Marchlna, reporter.'Washington
High School, Spring Hope.
Dean R. G. Rush and Miss D. S.
DeaA at North 'Carolina College
served as hostesaag to the visitor*.
BUY AN EXniA BOND!
agist ’ presented by the Raleigh Lu-.
cal chapter No. 27 of the Nalluiuil'
Beauty Culturist League. Inc.
Tbe program opened witn the
audience singing "America,’ Rev.
O. S. Bullock, pastor uf the church,
gave the Invocation. After which v
very beautiful solo was rendered by
Miss Gerldioe Jones. We then list
ened to a reading entitled "Some
body Knows" by Little Miss Sarah
Branche. Miss Helen Starks, presi
dent of Stark* Beauty College, gave
a very interesting talk on tbe "Aim'
of the club. In her remarks she em
phasized, co-operation acquaintance,
contact, and the knowledge of creat
ing a more beautiful woman.
A selection was rendered by the
St. Augustine'! College Quartet un
der tbe direction of Mr. Stitts. Mrs.
Mary Broadie gave a very timely
reading "Box Me Up and Lay Me
Away." Miss Marjorie Williams, 1’ AnnPJir In Cnnn^rt
secretary ol the Bloodworlh Street ^ ^ /ippCoT Ul IjUIICCI I
USO rendered a very beautiful solo.
At the close of the program the aud
ience witnessed a very entertain
ing and well planned Hair Style
Cosmetolagist participating in the
Misses Helen Leach, Frances Goods,
and Starks Beauty College.
The crowning of Miss Cosmetola-
gisl and awarding at piizes were
onducted by Mrs. Mildred Wil
liams. First prize was pieseuted to
Mrs. Daisy C. Branche; second prize
Miss Frances Goode; ibirdi prize
to Mrs. Debarrah Freeman ut Starks
Beauty College. Mrs. D. L. Branche
Judges were Mrs. Josephine Clan
ton, teacher of Washington High
School; Mrs. Sadie Payne, president
of Payne's Business College and
Mrs. Alberta Flemmings, The pro
gram closed with lemurks by Rev
Bullock. Mi-s. Branclic, president,
acted as nustress of ceremony.
Mrs. Jessie Lee Diekson
Varick Society Cou-
tinues To Suceed
RALEIGH — The Varick Chris
tian Endeavor Society of the Rush
Memorial AME Zion Church is con
tinuing with much success. Mr. Wil
lie James McDonald, president of
the society, lead a wiy interesting , ;jnd sliident ticket:
wwn the ..ml'ulanc* WM SUW HI
arriving, and took $he boy to Saint
Agnea HospiWl where he died from
severe skull injuries fifteen minutes
Cash and Carry
325 S. Bloodworth St.
RALEIGH ~ St. Ambrose Epis
copal Church presents Jessie Lee
Dickson, soprano, in concert April
6, at the Washington High School.
Mrs. Dickson is a graduate of
Dennett College in Greensboro. Dur
ing her college days there, she trav
eled all over the U. S. with the
Beniutt Choir and Quartet. Mrs
Dickson has given numerous con
certs ut a number uf colleges in S.
C. in the past years. She appeared
on the May Week program of the
Della Sigma Theta Sorority last
spring at Shaw University.
The public is invited. Patron
tickets $1.00, general adnussion $0.75
$0 50 The mem-
discussion on "Being Popular With St. Ambrose Church will ap-
the Right Crowd."
We were very Lapp yio have as
visitors Miss June Kay, Miss Cath-
eme Charles and Mr. William Pliillp
Next Sunday afternoon our topic
will be "Love, Courtship and Mar
riage." Our speaker will be Mrs.
L. F. Perrin.
All friends are invited to come
and join in the discussion at 6;30,
p. m. At Rush Memorial AME Zion
Church. 550 Cabarrus Street.
predate your patronage.
CAPITAL CA* Ca
Lester McNeill pleaded guilty to
speeding 55 miles per hour in Uie
city, and wa sordered tu pay $5 and
CAPITAL COCA COLA
IIS W. Morgan St
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half a century BRATKitn rv.
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relief Easy to uae. Caution,
good* ma^ COD-
John K. BraUr & Co.
1369 3rd Ave.. New Yert. N.Y. (16)
Eugene Massenbury of House
Creek Township, chaiged with as
sault on a female, wua bound uv.m
to Superior Court unuer $1,000.
At an earlier hearing the man
pleaded not guilty to a ciiarge ot
entering tne home uf Hubert
Bridges and molesting his 13-year-
Marion Hart of 702 Bragg Street,
following his Conviction of a charg
of bastardy, was sentenced to C
months on the roads, suspended on
payment of $6 per week to the
clerk of the court toward the child's
Hart's attorney gave nutice of ap
Richard Skipper of the County
Home was sentenced to 30 days on
the roads when he pleaded guilty
to a charge ot public drunkenness
SUN., MON., TUES.
Novalty “HONEST FORGER'*
METROTONE NEWS Specialty “AIR CREW”
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY — MARCH 28-29
“Take It Big”
JACK HALEY — HARRIErT HILLARD
MARY BETH HUGHES
Arline Judge, N.T.G. (Nils Thor Granlund)
Rishard Lane, Frank Forest, Fritz Feld
Fuzzy Knight, OZZIE NEI.SON & His Orchestra
“SPINNING A YARN” Muaicml NEWEREEL
■■ ■ First Chepter of —
“The Valley of Vanishing Men”
starring BlIX ELLIOTT, SLLM SUM.MERVILLB
and CARMEN MORALES
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Plu, - MASKED MARVEL” Chapter 2