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v The Duplin opens 1 Its pre;
. Monday with, some .very urn:
attractions for tneVeek. t
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Ginger Roger will play in " f
of Midnight". For the i ' ,
attraction. Jack Holt t ''. t s f a i
In The Defense Rests",
Saturday Westerner v j
In The Night" wim
The following; s
the pictures will be i
. Presenting Wr". i S
Ginger Rogers, two f t
outstanding favorite, and telling
a story replete with nystery, sua-
pense, romance and comedy, "Star
of Midnight" is a delighuully en-
tertalnlng and completely absorb-
Ing picture, . ,
Powell and Miss Rogers, teamed
for the first time in this RKO -
Radio production, are obsolutely at field, both veterans of the stage
home in roles made to order for and screen , are prominently cast
their talents. As a modern Sher- in supporting roles. Leo McCarey,
lock Holmes and Dr. Watson com- recognized throughout filmdom for
bination, they work to solve a mur- his comedy work, directed "Rug
der mystery. Their detective team gles of Red Gap." ;
-work is unique, to say the least, 1. 1. ; o V',-
with the "delectable Miss Rogers MORE '
providing more laughs and . heart j
throbs than clues, although she
does inadvertentlv muiut to nra-!
vide Powell with the key to the
whole mystery. ' "
::; The well-conceived, closely-xmi
plqt moves gaily .at times and at
other times with stark tensity to
ward a hair-raising climax, v The
-romantic theme is subtly woven in
to the main story. ,
- SuDDortine . nerformances bv
lie Fenton, Paul ' Kelly, . Russell
Hopton, J. Farrell MacDonald and
a long array of other capable per
formers, are excellent. Morgan and
Lockbart are ' particularly enter
taining. i Stephen Roberts, the . director,'
has imparted just the same name
by that master of mystery fiction
the late. Arthur Somen Roche. Ho
ward J.r Green, Anthony Veiller
and Edward Kaufman -did a grand
job with the adaptation.
- "Star, -'of Midnight;', 'presents
rvwuKuu ium nueiw u men
best in a really outstanding story
and, as anyone knows, that means ,
bnwant entertainment ' ,
. ine amusmg account or wnat wiUiam Pokton and L Major ment was continued. . v -happens
to a perfect English but- Hulbsrt chareed with drunk and t. Rn.Hr Phd tth
the plot and story of aramount'a
wttw w, ncu uiy,
The picture .adapted from Harry
Leon Wilson's, famous storyi first
published in the Saturday Eveninar '
Post, features Mary Boland, Char- j
Sr".. uug, icaau
Pitts and Leila Jlyams in support
of iaughton.'.,f - ; ; ;
' "Ruggles '' adventures . begin
when his titled master loses him
to an American .'.tourist and hislty of assault with deadly weapon,
The most finely balanced
You golf better
In all wavi
Aristocrat of the low-price field
' -v 'Master De Luxe , .
i a poker game. On his first
i 1 :a new job, Ruggles takes
oberant master out to view
i's aijt galleries and winds
i v. i .h him in a drunken spree.
Xack to Red Gap, P. S. A.,; a
crude but stimulating . Western
town of the 1900', goes "Ruggles'
with hia American emDlovers. And
1 t'"e j when his master introduces him to
Is "Voice (th- society big-wigs of Red .Gap
I Coy. 1 1 as Colonel Of the English Army.
. ; two of "Ruggles" becomes the social fa
cing. ! vorate of the towu, , .
t . "Ruggles' " former master turns
up in Red Gap to find a completely
altered ' butler who engineers his
lordship into a romance with a
lovely American i lady. Finally,
i "Ruggles" himself finds romance
with the town's leading widow and
. becomes the town's leading restau-
1 Maude Eburne and Luclen tattle-
i weapon. Given 90 days on ' the
' roads, suspended on condition that,
each pay a fine of $10.00 and court I
costs. Roland . Thigpen, charged i
with violating the fishing law, was ,
given a nol pros.
In the case of Carl Miller, char
ged with - assault with a deadly
weapon, prayer for judgment was
. Chancey Chestnutt was given 6i
months for possession' of whiskey,
He gave notice of appeal. '; : ,
Nathan Shaw was given a 4 mon
ths sentence . for . possession of ,
whiskey for the purpose of sale.
Yancey Gamer and Daisy Gar-
ner, charged with assault with a
" -:" " prayer for judgment continued.
deadly weapon. Daisy was found ' j6' "
not guuty. Yancey was given eight w ' Cherry, charged With as
months on the roads suspended bn Wt wl"'.'1 weapon. Prayer
payment, ofcosU and fine of tot Judgment continued.
S50.00., .4 - . , i ... - ,
I. rhirtl. Wi'glwcr -mraa iinAaA
months sentence for attempting
to break . and snter.. r '. . .
judgment was continued. v
PrSver fort iudement Was pon-".f
'tinnarf m h .au nr im pu.ii
chargid with possession of whiskey a"11 pf non-support and aband
cieo Spell was given" 12 months
fof. aavalt with deadly weapon.
William Moore was charged with
selling whiskey and assault with a
aeaaiy weapoa He was found gull-:
ty or selling wmsjtey ana not guu-
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Arthur Somns lie r
with PAUL KE
GENE LOCKUP ,
Ralph Mergsn, Les..j
Fenton, J. Farre.'l
Vj $Uthm Rdbtrts. '
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'our months on the roads.
Ralph . Witherington, Charged
with assault with deadly weapon;
.It' Adolph Branchv charged with
unhntinr ftiifn whllA . IntrkylfAtAH
and transporting whiskey for the
purpose of sale. Prayer for Judg-
erating auto while r Intoxicated.
lul juugmeut touiuiuou.
: Zollle Pickett . was. found . not
I , Bessie NethercutC was given 4
months for assault with .deadly
weapon and being a public; nui-
f ance. , , . , , , .
" Johnnie . Loftin was given
months for assault with
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low-priced car over P?rx!l-
The new Master Dc Luxe iince
in the beauty pt its Body by Fisher beautiful motor car" is to own the .
in-the comort of its .Knee-Action Ride' aristocrat of the Iow-ptii-e fielJ'tAe
; . , in the tafety ol its Turret-Top most finely balanced low-priced car
construction and, Weatherproof cable- ever built! . . " , , . -controlled
brakes . r. in the perform? Chevrolet motor cx;t dftroit, mic6. '
Compare ChevnMt low-delivered pricet and easy CM. A. C. term. A denerul Maton Va!u
Alanily and Tuesday -Wm.
POWELL CIXG"ii ROGERS in
"STAR OF MIDNIGHT"
Jrtatlnee S! jni!ay and Tuesday 3:30 - ,
Eargaia Day -
"THE DEFENSE RESTS"
WITH JACK HOLT '
J , THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ' ,
". , CharUe RUGGLES - ZASU PITTS in '"''
"RUGGLES OP, RED GAP"
.V ..' , Matinee
. With TIM McCOY
' Matinee 1:30
.FREE PASSES: The
to any t .ow next week if they
.window; Miss. Martha- Dull, Magnolia; Miss Minnie Qulnn, Mag-
nolla; I.as Reba Pickett, KenansvUle; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ben-
nett Warsaw i Miss Florence
ler. Warsaw! MlM Thnlma Nmlill.v KnnnnuvUlp- Mm. H. T. Rav
Falson; Mrs. O.P. dhnson, KenansvUle ' " ''
PORK I BS
Pink Hill, N. C.
Jnfant Child Mr. C :
' ( And "MrsI Frank; v
k CaVenausrh Dies
'.. June 14th.Tbe death Angel vis
ited the' home of 1 Mr. and t. Mrs.
Frank Cavenaugh, near Chinqua
pin and claimed their darling baby.
Dorothy. Lee. was 1 year and two
days old.. We miss you darling, but
we know our loss, was heavens
gain. ( ' i ; -; -
Dorothy Lee-leaves to mourn her
loss, father and' mother, . Charlie,
Lloyd. Roy. GrahamT Louis,- Lillle-
Ball, Grace, Mary. Ann and Earnis-
tine. , k" , . -;-
The funeral was, conducted at the
and economy of iis 'e-Flams
.', N. C.
.T July 1
following will receive a free pass I
will present this ad to the ticket I J
Moore, Warsaw; Mrs. 3. C. Mil
. , -r, ..
home by Rev. Powers, Rev; Brown
and Rev. Smltb and interment was
made in the family burying ground
among a large crowd and laid to
rest under a bunch of flowers'
All Electric Kitchen;:
; To Be Displayed
. People in this section will b in
terested in the Westinghouse mer
chandise : demonstratmg coach
wnlch will be seen in various parts
of the county this week. ,The
coach will arrive in Warsaw today
and visit most of the county today
and tomorrow going to Wallace
Saturday.. ; . ' '
1 On display will oe a' complete
electrical kitchen with a General
Electric and Westinghouse electric
j Turli jf ! -t nmer aXtur--ion
tiid )' ' ' , i "-w fiins wi'l
; y t-. . 'v.ii n two hour's
t iinmcut at t'-a ruplin Thea
tre, Varsaw. The theatre has re
I . -itly installed the latest ventl-
system to be four.d in this
' . - on, and accordirg to the man-
, ', Hr. Lang-, everyone has the
lu ntee of e. cool anJ comfort-
tble e every day. Not only is
the syslcm cool and comfortable
but ft is sanitary also.
j j The management has outdone it
self, in booking for the Warsaw
house the best in cinema attrac
tions for the summer , months. In
fact the booking agent is so alert
that he had bookedsfor a showing
in ' Warsaw next week a picture
that -has not been released from
Hollywood, which only goes to
show that the-management of the
popular house is on the Job to
bring the best to Warsaw. -
E-Iiss Elizabeth Bcney.
Buried Last Friday
Wallace The remains of .Miss
Elizabeth Boney, 15 were laid, to
rest in Rock Fish cemetery Friday
afternoon. ,- She was .the eldest
daughter of George L. Boney and
Mrs. Anna H. Bony, who survive
with the following brothers and
slaters; George Boney, Jr., Dorothy
McKoy and Alma Boney. She had
.been critically, ill for the past ten
weeks In the James Walker Hos
pital, Wilmington, where he died
h OR THE BETTER KIND . . . . .
I X BUT PRICED REASONABLE
j v ; Bip SELECTION
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lilt & -i
1 i W-' it :
STRAW HATS : ;
The new style collar In white,
- ' Colprs and ' Patterns worta
Big Stock to Pick from , -
, - - ; ' ' -f- .Special,. ()-,'. T -
RIcn's C::crt3 and Men's Wash
Vc.:t3 Pants -
' ' EXTRA VALUES ' ' PRE-SHRUNK " '
ZZC - Ol5
SVir.IMING ; - WHITE
TRUNKS - SH03
..' 1 ' EXTRA QUALITY
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wl..ie cui-; .t s Sad I 1 I
C -rieva li.o- .r c ...
Housewives who. have
the advant.'j;V-s of an 1
frigerator in tiseir borne 1 '
who have been harboi i. '
thoughts for sometime. wia I
terested in' visiting the oi
the Tide Water Power Con
in Warsaw and observing the c
ating unit of the electric rt
rators there on display t. Tlie
trix box -has become so cot
that a large number of horn. , ,
erywhere have them but very j
people are familiar with the v.
lags of the. machine. Tide v .
has displayed in its window
show .rooms the actual worl
parts at work in a glass cast;
the General . Electric sealed in m.
and of the. Westinghouse unit. .
is interesting to watch these tu
pieces of. , machinery operate. It
easy to listen to someone ex; '
the operations of a piece of m'a :
nery but when one actually t
the operation it improves their i
defstanding of the machine,
i : . The two units will be in the shu
rooms for several . days, and , w,
continue ,to operate without stop
ping.. Tide Water, invites you ti
inspect them. -
SEERSUCKER : ,
IreAch cimn. Etc.
'I YOU-wUI find a. very comprehensive '
line of Suits, featuring all the .newest !
Styles, Colon and Sizes.' ' ' -r ' ,
n s Every effort has been made oy ur
Vioining ouywr 10 iure rnu viuura
as wed as popular styles, and they as-1
m .kttf 4-t.. .f aaIt nn JiCinil afimilll :
make this our greatest year, -
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