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THE DUPLIN TIMES
xrrnsDAY, august 15th 1935
:nreAttractions At . The
in Theatre Next W esk
I've been waiting- for- them
vi,w they are here. John Bolea
j an Muir . in ''Orchids To
' and. Janet Gaynor and Henry
j. in "The Farmer Takes A
i" feature the week's program
t,t lae )uplin next week. ".
.Orchids To You
A brilliant cast, sparkling : dia
ncifrue, and a remarkabe story go
to make up Fox Film's latest pro
duction, "Orchids To .You," a pow
1 nil and unusual romantic drama
with a theme competely out of the
beaten track, which opens Monday
at the Duplin Theatre,'''-:, ;V
"Orchids To You" is absorbing
in its universial appeal nothing
highbrow, nothing psychologtcal-r-Just
an honest, human document
that gripped, every spectator 'In
last night's ' audience; yet It; is
lightened with plenty of , natural
The first film to glorify the Am
erican florist, "Orchids To ' You"
deals with' the financial and rom
antic troubles of a pretty -florist,
who, after- building up a - highly
successful: business of her own,
finds herself , in difficulties when
her professional ethics prevent her
from .revealing the identity of a cus
tomer. The working out of the plot
leads tb a romance of a distinctive
kind, as charming as it is unique,
and certain to add vastly to . the
following of the., principal, play-.
erT'K; x$0&i$&. '.
. John Boles, who has the leading
role, proves himself the, most pop
ular singing star of the screen to
day,; by his grand performance.
Jean Muir, distinctively fresh and;
charming, turns in the finest per
formance of her career; 'while
Charles Butterworth's . inimitable
comedy portrayal: furnishes most
of the laughs in the picture and is
perfectly suited to the part he
plays. . , ' n "
- The Wednesday attraction will
deal with scientific sleuths who out
-Sherlock Sherlock Holmes and
who outfight desperadoes in'Men
Without Names; With Fred Mac-
In a pounding, action-filled cli
max, Fonda ' proves , ms courage
and his' right . to Miss a Gaynor's
Jove. i . 1 .4 ' iv-.
Walter' D. " Edmonds. iwidely-
read novel, "Home Haul'nwaa.tiie
basis for both the stage play and
the picture Of "The Farmer Takes
A . Wife," Ih the supporting cost
of the picture, which includes more
than fifty speaking parts, are unm
Summerville, Andy TJevine, Roger
Imhof, Jane Withers and Margaret
Winfleld Sheedan produced 'The
Farmer Takes a Wife", which, was
directed by Victor Fleming., , -;:'-g-.,.:.:
' r. 'iti n tr,:",'
Potters Hill News
' Messrs Don Quinn.' Cheslie Thig-
pen and Th'eodore Quinn and Miss
es Verdie vendetta ana Inez yuinn
went to Hallsville Sunday.
Murray, Madge Evans, Lynne Ov-j Mr. Fannell , Lanier was the
erman and young David Holt head-;! guest of MJss " Daphney Futral
lng the cast. "Men Without Nam.-' Tuesday evening.
A Full Line of,
.' Opposite Court
V. S. NtJNl
W. S. NtJNN,
es'ls a dynamic, puncn pacxea
film based." on adventures which
really have happened.
The. Former Takes A Wire
' Civilization marched westward
over the turbulent Erie waterways
Mn four-mile-an-hour ' boats'.; and
I strong men hammered out ah env
Ipire and Iwld the love of beautiful
1 women with their brawny lists.
Miss Ruthle Quinn was the guest
of Miss Fannie Ruth Maready Sat
urday night. ., . . :
i Mrs. sl. I, Thigpen was the gueat
of Mrs. J.. W. Quinn Saturday.
Mesdames Ellis Turner and Z. J.
Quinn were the guest of Mrs. I Ii,
Quinn Sunday. ,
. Messrs Don Quinn, Andrew Ho
mirH miii TJnvri Howard attended
That is the glamorous; 'action , h, frv hv Min Emma
iiuiea picture 01 auikium u. c i Johnson Saturday evening. : .
! roaring 1850's which Fox Film's I Mlss Raulne Bostie was the guest
"The Farmer Takes a Wife" brings I of M,M- Edrle Qumn ga;UPQay. ,-.
!h"r t0 Mr. RoyceTlngen was the guest
About the tender love story' of , g Zd Miss
Janet Gaynor and :l5SSJ.fSLlS
the stars of the picture, all ? f a M
excitement, humor, romance and jr(j:-. '
near-tragedy of this never to -be ?unuay- . - v. t
forgotten epocb centers.; ; ' I Mr- and Mrs. H. a BosUc, Mr.
Miss Gaynor is a girl of the Erie! Perry Hall, Miss Mattie Hall and
waterways, fascinated by the nom- ' Mrs. Lettie Hall attended church
adio, gypw-like existence. Fonda ' at Salem Chapel, Mt Olive Satur-
1m a. Wft . mVv tnnplra An Trio fn t1 fll H day' evening. ,,
m a uu - wif r D " . ; - -
'merely to earn enough money t6 Mr. Barney Quinn attended .a
buy the farm ne nas always want- weinee roast given Dy jhujh michi;
ed. ' .' '!"....! "-,';' :' ' . ' ! Jones Saturday night 't-
Although these two realize that Mr.' Cagie Houston was the guest
there is this fundamental differ- of Miss Inez Quinn Saturtffiy ev
ence between' them; they cannot ening. . ; - i : .
help being drawn together by love. Mr. and Mrs. Kater Thigpen an;
As the picture progresses, Fonda's nounce the birth of a baby girl.
fortunes prosper and he .prepares Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Lewis were
to withdarw from the: canal. But the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
Miss Gaynor believes that he is Jarmon.
running from Charles Bickford, Everyone is sorry to hear, that
the canal's buly, and his rival for Mrs. Kate Jarmon is ill.
Most of the farmers -will fin
ish curing tobacco this week. .
Mrs. W. G. Kornpgay of B. F.
Grady 'School section spent several
days- last week With her daughter,
Mrs. M. W. Simmons.' . -
Mr. Norman. Simmons of - Mt.
Ollye was a visitor here Sunday af
ternoon i ' . -
Mrs, Willie" Griff in and children
of .Seven Springs visited the form
er's mother, Mrs. Lou Smith Sun
day. . - . , , . ,' ' '
Several from here attended . the
funeral of . Mrs. Lizzie Head at
Zlon- Saturday af ternoon. C l'. ; 1
Miss Helen Parker spent Satur
day night and Sunday wUh " Miss
Amelia -Grady at Albertsori. ,
Miss Ellthe Outlaw has been se
lected captain for. the Girl Scouts.
f, Mrs. J. W. Outlaw, Sr., has been
on the sick list for several days. .
t i ; t 1 o
, Piney Grove .
li- (In'tend"eJ for last week) ,
Mr, Herman SutWn was a visi
tor of Miss Ruby Stroud last Sun
day P. M. f .
Mrs. M. Langston was a vialtoi
of Mrs. Aahby Stroud last Sunday.
Miss Gladle Rae Langston spent
last ..Sunday at the home of Mrs.
Alma Herring. .
Mr. Troy . Smith was a visitor
of Kids' Lela Mae. McCoy last Sun
day night nd Tuesday liignt also
Miss Lela Mae' McCoy spent last
Saturday night with Missei Lina
Bell, Ruby ,and Bessie Stroud.
They all -attended a chicken try
which was given at the home of
Mrs. Zeb Turner. '
Mr. Bob Hardison and Miss Lc
tha Thompspn ,aHended church at
Piney Grove last Saturday night.
Everybody' is invited to attend
church at Piney Grove the 3rd
Sunday morning at 11:00 o'clock
and also Holliness Church at Mr.
Clyde Adams; that evening at 2:00
o'clock. ' -.
and Sunday. . ..;.:
''Mr; Gie Hardison was a visitor
of. Miss Bossie Potter Sunday.
: Mr. Horace Lee. was a visitor of
Miss Doris Potter Sunday. ,
- Mr, Albert Stroud was a visitor
of Miss JuliaXJones Sunday p. m.
Mr. Eal Strqud was a visitor -of
Miss Verda Mae Jones Sunday p.
m, '' " . .' '
' Mr; Ben Hines was a visitor of
Mips Bonnie Jones Sunday.
. Mr. and Mrs. 3. J. Adams and
children and Mrs. Cattie Long was
a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bar
nett -Sunday . M. ' ; ,;'
V Mr. Fred and Lester Barnett
was a visitor of Mr. Vander Out
law Saturday night and Sunday. H
- Miss Kathleen Jones- and, Miss
Pauline Sutton was a visitor of
Mrs. Myrtle Stroud Sunday p. m.
There, will be Holiness t prayer
meeting at- Mr. Clyde Adams next
Sunday at 8:00 o'clock p. m. ;
biL and Elwood Swindell and Mr.
John Smith went to Kinston Satur
day. - 1
- Those from here who went to
White -Lake Sunday, included the
following: Mr. and Mrs. Swindell,
Mrs. Joe Benton, Miss Clyde Ben
ton,. Miss Adene Garris, Mr. Pren
tice Garris, Mr. Pncely Smith, Mr.
A. W. Penny, Mr. Forrest Martin,
Mr. Troy Holland, Mr. Elwood
Swindell, Hiss Sybil Swindell, Miss
Grace Holland, Miss Ruby Martin,
and Mr. 'John Smith,'
Mr and Mw;B, G. Holland of
Petersburg, Va and daughter, Lu
trell, Miss Leatrice' Holland and
Mrs. Omega Holland of Pink Hill
were visitor 'In- the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Kent Holland Thursday.
i Mr. Pricely Smith spent Satur
j day night with Mr. Troy Holland.
L' Mr. Paul Waystaff of Clinton,
(visited Miss Ruby Martin Sunday ,.
night. . , ' 4
Mr. Prentice Garris is spending
'tainia tlmo with his sister. Mrs. 'Jofl
Benton. - ' '-:
Electric Frigidalre and Auto
' J. L. BALKCUM
On Highway 40
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Cedar Fork News
Mrs. Martha Sloan spent Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Brinson. , ",. ..
i Mrs. James, Albcrtson and son
Frederick spent Sunday with Mrs.
Annie Picket. ;
' Miss Annie Lee Gray spent the
week end with.Mrs. John Brinson.
Mr. John Brinson made a busi
ness trip to Kenansville Sunday af
ternoon; Mrs,., John Brinson is spending
a few. days with Mrs. Happy Jackson..'.:'.-
. Mr.' and Mrs.( W. M. Lanier
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
v VLong Rdige
Mr. J. J. Taylor made a business
trip: to Mt Olive Sat.
i Mr. Perry Dail was a visitor of
relatives in Wayne County Sun
day;' ' Mr Jcnas Dail and Miss Sonnie
Jones motered down to Sneeds Fer
Mr .and Mrs. Paul Whaley were
Visitors here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hill were a-
mong the dinner guest of Mrs.
Hiram Jones Sunday.
Mr. Roland Outlaw spent the
week end at Wilmington
Mr. Lacie Rich and Miss Effie
Tucker gave Miss Tucker's sister
Mrs. Rubert Jones a call Sunday.
Several frcm here were at the
chicken fry given by Mr. and Mrs.
Estelle Kornegay Saturday at
Mr,. Leslie Summerlin was a vi
sitor of his sister, Mrs. Willie
Brock, of Sarecta Sunday.
Mr. T. F. Hill, Sr., visited hi3
mother Sunday at Pate's Mill.
Mrs. W. C. Hill of Smith's Cha
ple spent Friday with Mrs. E. J.
Mr .and Mrs. James Ezzelle were
week end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Summerlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Summerlin
spent Sunday with their daughter,
Mrs. Willie Brock of near Sarecta.
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-.WABSAW, N. C.
Sarecta News Items
Miss Ruby Martin spent Satur
day night with Miss Grace Holland.
Mr. and Mrs. A.' H. Swindell, Sy-
Progjam'For Week Aug. 19
MpNDAV AND TUESDAY
John Boles and Jean Muir in
ORCHIDS TO YOU
Matinee Monday 8:80
Fred McMurray and Madge Evans in
MEN WITHOUT NAMES
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Janet Gaynor and Henry Fonda in
The Farmer Takes A Wife
Matinee Thursday 8:30
Buck Jones in
THE CRIMSON MAIL
The following will receive a FREE PASS to any show next
week if they will present this ad to the ticket window: Mr. and $
Mrs. J. L. Miller, Beulaville; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bostic, Beula-
ville; Mr. and Mrs. Thad Kornegay, B. F. Grady; Miss Clyde j
Benton, Sarecta; Mr. C. D. Thomas, Sarecta; Mr. and Mrs. v
Gardner Edwards, Beulaville. S
Mr, Kxa Houston entertained
friends at his tohacco barn Friday
A sumptous supper was spread,
consisting of fried chicken, sand
wiches, stewed chicken with ma
caroni, cake, ice tea, also water
melons. Those present for the oc
casion were: Mr. and Mrs. C. D. i
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Delpar
Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Hermon
Houston, Miss Annie Mae Hous
ton and small brothers, Dr. and
Mrs. ,G, V. Gooding and children
and Miss Bruce Alcox of Kenans
ville. All reported an enjoyable
v A motor excursion left from here
for i White Lake early Sunday
morning. Among 'them were: Mr.
and Mrs. A." H. Swindell, Miss Sy
bil Swindle and Mr. Elwood Swin
dell; Mrs; Joe Benton, Miss Clyde
Benton, Miss Alene Garris, Miss
Ruby Martin, Mr. Forest Martin,
Mis Grace Holland, Mr. Troy Hol
land, Mr. ohn Smith.
visltorsinear ncre trora Newport
News, Va.w were Mr. Jerry Smith,
Mr. Willie Williams.
Mr. Rafdrd Williams of the U .S.
Marines is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Williams. .
,Mr. C. P. Haskins, has returned
from Enfield, N. C. where he spent
the. week end.
-Mrs. B. A. Daughtrey's sister,
husband and son of Durham spent
tb.e week with her.
Abovejrc c..iiu ""."'. v....---- . -. . - w
' G. A'. West's Garage ' '' I ' s
l?2 ' R. F. D., Warsaw 1 "
Piney Grove News
j.v,..w, . ... o ; i
v" ilntmOttd For Last Week)
' Mr. Russell Smith visited Miss
Lila Mae' Howard. .
Mr. Randall Hardy was a visi
tor of Miss Pauline Sutton ,Sun-
day p. m. -.'j:."..-.' -v
Mrs. Wllbert Hill was a visitor
of Miss Kathleen Jones Sunday p.
Mr Willie Rav Outlaw was a
visitor "of his mother Saturday
nlirht and Sundav.
' Mr. Sig Lee was a visitor of
Miss Doris Potter aunaay atier
noon, ' J-r Sl . ,
Mr.' Gle Hardison was a visitor
of Miss Bessie Potter Sunday ev
ening.:.- .'". , 'v i
Mr Sidney Houston was' a visi
tor of Miss Katie Outlaw Sunday
P. M. v - " '
Mr. Lemuel Houston was a visi
tor Of Miss Mamio Outlaw Sunday
P. M, :.y-Kkfi--:-Z::.:
Mr. Wilbert Hill was a visitor
of Miss Kathleen Jones Sunday. .
Mr. Randau Hardy was a visitor
of Mia - Pauline Sutton Sunday
Mr. Willie Ray Outlaw was a
visitor at home Saturday night
CLARKTON, N. C.
"Where Tobacco Looks Good And Sells High"
All grades of tobacco are noWiVery much in demand on the CLARKTON MARKET.
The quality of tobacco now being offered for sale isn't near so good as last season,
BUT YET? our dally average is as high and some days higher than it was the iirst
week of last season.
Tobacco is really selling high in CLARKTON. Don't be fooled into the idea that the
market that displays the Most road signs and has the greatest number of trade men is
selling tobacco higher than anyone else. It is your money that has to pay your ferti
lizer bills and alt farming expenses.
Gentlemen, we try to conduct a sale in the best manner possible and on the mast
sound principle of all "SELL TOBACCO ON ITS MERITS." We are not going to
throw out any bait for you to grab. We think you will find that we try to work for
your every interest at all times.
All the manufacturers and the biggest percentage of the independent companies
have buyers on the CLARKTON MARKET. You know what that means. "Where there
Is competition tobacco sells good. Try the CLARKTON MARKET and see for your
self. Give Us A Trial
Bring us your next load and let us prove to you the truth of the above facts.
GEO. T. HANCOCK
L. a HESTER, Jr.