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Duplin's Attractions .Fcr i Ijli:
Week; Marzon Davies Ccmn:
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Opening the program at , tne. paviea, In the rolls of a? country
Duplin Theatre nextweek W film- neither wtty- ;no; Bright,
dom'a new sensational. 5-year-old .. lob as chambermaid ., in, a
swanky Netw'Tork hotel in which
reside a promoter, portrayed by
Pat O'Brien, 'who haa-. nothing, to
baby star Sybil Jason in the Ltt-,
tie Big Shot" i
"Little Big Shot", the Warner
Bros, production, which marks the orombte. .and! Frank McHugb,
American film debut of the 5 'year j jobless newspaper photographer,
old genius, has" been hooked fori McHugb, learning ;.that an . ad-
Monday and Tuesday ;t ithe X)up-, verHser is i, offering a lcg4 cash
lin Theatre. It is aald to he. a pow- reward for a photograph of Amer?
erful drama that cpnta niiarious i ica's pretUest girL makes a. com.
comedy, touching pathos and a, de- pogite picture,? blending, the., tea
lightful romance . jtures of famous-stage, and society
The story by ijarnson jacoos beauties and submits it under tne
was made into a , screen 'play by
three ace writers; 'Jerry Wald,
Julius i. Epstein and Robert An-j
There Is a four star Cast beaded
by Sybil Jason, -find : Including
Glenda Farrell, Robert Armstrong maie.1ipi sne becomes the
and Edward Everett Morton. llncarnaUottv of Dawn Glory.'
name of ''Dawn Glory.T
HeJ wins' the prize and . trouble
start A "Dawn Glory" craze
.sweeps the country and even Miss
Davies 'falls for It with startling
results. Properly attired ' arid
Sybil, who is not yet six years gh, wants to be is the-sweeti
of age, plays the part 01 an or- Beart oT Didk pwwiV" f "m
phan who is adopted.by two men r n&'irt&ta&t .fur,0us.
living by their wits. . .vA ' ,1 Miss Davies, one of the screen's
She wins their hearts rttH i most i beautiful women, wears.
Willi UllC am w - "
who has an eAttrely, different -xol
to her usual vaiapingi gojd-digging
land-fascinating,, plot, . Is said to
girtwno Knows au tte jtei dL Mtas 1. DavW
she longs for a. home fHm j.:x4,m,?
and love, ; . 1 " : r"- : ' :. .'V -; ' W.
I . (.. T.J-.. : I .' . ..-
parts. In this picture .sne is; a
in the country ;
Robert (Armstrong and Edward
Everett Horton have the1 i-oles-of
the two near crooks; 'who fall in
love with little Sybil and risk their
own necks; to get her back from
a gang of kidnapers.
Armstrong and Horton are re
sponsible for the hilarious laughter
in the piece, and also . for many
tender scenes. Sybil, besides hav
ing a real acting role, in which
she amazed the hard boiled film
colony, also sings, dances and
mimics in this picture. "
The Wednesday showing will be
Edmund Lowe in "Thunder In
Th.3 Night" featured with Miss
Charming Marion Davies, A-
merica's outstanding motion
designed foe her bjrDrry-KelTv.
i "Paee Mlas J3lorv." with Its un
usual cast,, magnificent ' settings
ture star, will appear at the Dup-ltIe
viceaiwere eld Monday, afternoon
i All 1WU UHHBIi. 4yiWi vU T,v lis .ws-
lah G.. Hanchey, widow sA the
late, .Nathan- Frank Hanchey. The
last rites were 'conducted by Rev.
H. Carter of Turisey. and Rev. K
Brown of Burgaw. Interment was
in Uw family burial; plot, in the
cemetery at -North i East., church.
Mrs. Hanchey. died of a heart at
tack, after an illness pf two weeks,
: The deceased is survived by two
sisters, Mrs. Evlyu:Brsds.haw, and
Mrs. Joe Evans of Wallace, .two
brothers, Blane Batts-of Hamstead
i and Charlie BattB of Raleizh. the
Plc" j following children, Mrs. J. M. Cot-
Lula Matthews were recent' guests
of relatives hers,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Sutton, Mr.
and Mra T. M. . Boone. 'all oi
Greensboro were guests last week
in the home of Mrs, J. H. Fussea
The party .came for their mother,
Mrs. Ellen Sutton, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. FusselL ,..
: Mr., and .' Mrs. . E... Q. Murray,
Mis Ruth Murray and Miss Ul
Man Newton attended the wedding
of Miss Mary Moor and John Up
church In Clinton Thursday, even-
Misses Maggie Peart Scott and
Lucille - Teachey, of wilminton
spent the week end at their homes.
Li. James Teachey, a student at
Campbell College was home for. the
Charlie' Brown of Zebulon was a
visitor in Rose H1U on Saturday.
Miss EsteUe HarrelL a student at
Louisburg College, visited her mo
ther durin gthe week end.
Miss Laura Matthews, who is an-
gaged ih Welfare Work-in Kenans-.
vine, was In Rose Hill Saturday.
Miss Margaret Rogers is doing
stenographlo work ih KenansvUlei
J. D. Jerome Frank' Jerome, 'and
Doaine Fussell,' who are, engaged
in the produce business, are spend
ing some time with relatives here,
; ; Mrs. ' ft. - F. Byrd pf Falson re
cently visited her brother: Rev. P.
O. Gee;.:' . . ,'.' -
. Quarterly Conference will, . be
held for the Wallace-Rose , HiU
District ' Methodist Churches-t at
Providence Church on Wednesday.
October'SOVat elevea'o'clock. Elder
Lk B. Jones will be present, i c
Recent guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fussell were
Mr. and Mrs. Orthur Baldwin, Mrs.
Daniel Geddie, Miss Polly Geddie,
of Whiteville; Miss Mamie- Lee
KembaU of Wilmington; Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Hatcher of Four Oaks,
tRev .and Mrs. J. H. Barnes are
spending tfteir vacation with their
parents in Georgia and Tennessee.
Miss Bettie-Wells FusseU vis.
and Mr.; and Mrs, Jessiei Fussell
art spending some time, at Fulcefs
rianery on New ver. f t . fa,
i iUns- friends in WHminotnn !
Mrs. . en tuvenoarjc-Mrsv-, m. m t j-. .ii4 r, -
lin Thpatrp Thllrsriav anrl FVidav ! c . it nin' I "T. . : rtwwr
j opruui ixmiKavy w. nuav mo,, jnn.
in "Page Miss Glory" her first Tlmmie Teachey qf Teachey,, Mrs.
Cosmopolitan Picture to be re-ieay Rivenbark of Wallace and
leased by Warner Bros. Mrs.fFrank Hanchey ef Burgaw,
Supporting Miss Davies is a . the decease is also survived by
remarkable all star cast of fa-1 thirty grandchildren and the great
mous "name players" including grandchildren;
Dick PoweU, Pat OBrlen, Mary Active: pall bearers, grandsons
Astor, ranK jacnugn, i-yie ia- 0f the dedeaied were: Joseph, Her-
oot, ratsy Keuy, tsarxon mac- man an(1 jnian Hanchey, Howard
Lane, Allen Jenkins, Hobart Herbert Cottle and Waltes
Cavanaugh and a score of others. Harrell. Honorary pall bearers
"Page Miss Glory" was a big were: Roscoe Teachey, William
hit on the Broadway stage. Southerfand, WUIle Moblejr, Gibb
Mervyn LeRoy ,one of Warner Carr, Charlie CarterXieady' Rtv-
Bros.' ace directors, fresh from enbark, J: E. Cavanaugh,.' B. R.
his triumph with "Oil for the Mallard, G. W. Bohey, Oscar Blan
Lamps of China," directed the chard, J. M. Cottle, Charlie Batts,
film version which was written :K. D. Brown, Dr. Lanting, Dr.
by Delmer Daves and Robert Haines and Dr. Carr.
Lord from the original of Joseph Many beautiful floral designs at
Schrank and" Philip Dunning. tested the esteem in which the de
A new sdhg, also bearing the ceased was 'held in the communl-
tltle "Page jMiss Glory," written ty. , j
by Hollywood's leading team, of i The condition of Mrs. J. C. Jer-
hit writers, Warren and Dubln, isjome, who has been in feeble health
sung as a duet by Miss Davies for several weeks, has been worse
and Dick Powell. for several days.
The story of "Page Miss Glory'" Rev. Luther James Matthews of
is as funny as, it is unique. Miss Wallburg , and his. iriother, Mrs.
Li nm vm iiiw f,i ii im mi rfrw 7mi trm u n rim nm .imi nmi m, nmi wmi mi nmi nmi nmi Hjni inn
Program Week October 28 :
Id star .
'- ; Monday and Tuesday
Sybil JASON, the new 5-year-
sensation In ''-... v '
"LITTLE BIG SHOT" .
, Matinee Monday 8 :S0 . .
..).' Wednesday. Only!. ,. i. .. .
Edmund ji0WB and Karen MORLET la
thunder In The Nifht,, -
-;fe,,.y. MaUnee 8:80 -'fiJf .
'.;';::,iursday. .and. 'Friday
Marion DAVIES, Pat. O'BRIEN, Diek '
WAGE MISS GLORY"
' . Matinee Thursday :8ft j
k, f .l,.Jy;:: Saturday
, . , Ken BtAYNABO in.
"IN OLD SANTA FJS" .
FREE PASSES: The following will receive a tree pass to any
show next week if they will present this ad to the ticket win'
dow. Miss 'Elner Westbrook, Seven Springs, Rt 1; Mlsi Viola
Westbrook, Seven Springs, Rt, IjfMi. and Mrs. U H. Fussell,
Magnolia; IIlss .Mary Edna Smith;, B. F. "Grady; Miss Louliic
,. Misses Xylda Cooper -. and Josie
HalL studenU at Eastf, Carolina
Teachers College, Greenville spent
the, past week end with their pa
rents.:..'..' , , ' n t
Mrs, Sam! Bloom and small son
Billle ef Kins ton spent several days
last wqek with Mrs- W, U.Byrd.
: Mr. and Mrs. . Bill, Brady v. of
Greenville spent Sunday with the
latters mother, Mrs.. -George Pow
ers. ' . ; . u.
Mr. Dave Campbell spent Satur
day in Raleigh with his sisters,
Mrs. Rufua Hunter and Miss -Virginia
Campbell. .' . , . ,
Mrs. Gertrude-Cooper and dau
ghter Xylda and Mrs. James. Hen
ry Currie spent Saturday in Wil
Mrs. . William Wallace and small
son JJavld Henry of Charleston,
West Virginia are spending some
time with relatives, y.. .
Mrs. James Livesay Is spending
wis week at cnapei HiU where she
is taking a .course in Welfare work
at the University. , - li .
Miss Mary Graham Smith visit
ed friends In Camden, S. CU last
week..-,;.. , i v ,i .
Mr. and Mrs.' 2. N. Henderson
spent several days, last week with
the. formers mother in Hubert, N.
Mr. J. K Boney who . is attend-
in Bute College visited Ins ; par
ents Sunday, i , c v ',. '
mmeu BetUe Jenkins.- Anna
Car, PatUe tof tin and Margaret
Williams of Kenansvine spent Man
day .night in Wallace, . , , i .
Mrs. J. a Blair, who to District
President of the P .T, A, Assw.
attended the meeting in Wllmlngi'
on iae past week end. i
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Ennls smd
daughter, Estell and Mr. and Mrs.
Talmage Ennls of Hickory spent
.Sunday in Morehead Qity with Mr.
and Mrs. fmk-Reams.1,'' .
. tr. , Brigglen and soif ftfcharff
of If, T. fitate spent the past week
end in. itown.v ' - '
Miss Martha Jane' Hanchey and
Mr. Robert Grady Johnsdn visited
Mrs. William Blossom in ' Castle
Hayoes, Tuesday night of .last
; Kenansville News
Mrs,..SamWestbrook went to
Durham -Sunday-to s her- hus
band, -who is there in Duke Hospi
tal, having recently undergone an
operation. . , ''
upt-vand Mra O. . P. , Johnson
and" son, Jimmy, spent -flun?"y in
Richlunds with friends.
Mliw I- '"i rv-"e rirt the
week e4 in - v - -i.' .
f a I" 'i
ton W. Ya, to Lexington, Ky.
: ; Mr. and Mrtiw. V.jKIx land
children JUJa Carrol ah4 WiUard,
qA. Walstonburg, .spent . Sunday
here with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mur
ray. They were accompanied .here-
oy. mus imiy stalling, who also
teaches this .year in the Walston-
burg. school. ,
Mrs. Oliver. Stokes was hostess
to the, KeaansvUia Kon tract Klub
onv last Wednesday afternoon' at:
S-M o'clock. There , were seven
nmbsrs and one visitor, - Miss I ,
Lala Hlnson present At the eon- FOR BALE; Two Bell Telephones.
elusion of the nines a chicken sa-4- .sell at reasonable nrlce. See Mrs.
lag course was served by toe bos-1 i , Burke BarfleldM Ollvaoute
three. 1 - - '
To ba wea grootaed, eoasidar your aair, your complexion, and
I. Juiul A! .t
a on busincas oe u
in Fwa' 1
I . r. t
I t Wi 'c. -
Lf. J. o. Bowman attended a
i'. Y. A. Conference in Ra ':h
o.i ' it E turdsy.
: L. A. Beasley, accomr 1
f re ' : r, Mrs. H. L. Eleven,
Jr., sit erf from V&rsaw, to
,.- a on last Saturday.- -
' f .1 f r, i 3.J ti
ii r 1 1 l n put
' ' t J ty I 'rs. I
, L IVfi t J, V
- .i 1 r -A" of ri k- 'X
c "os, roi 1 crc un
.! ' s, crystn'.Uyl cu-
1 hot tea folluwej 'by
iv y !
.i JC. .-
ku"y of .
ton and i
it. Lm..a L
noCa visited '
i i Mrs., w. B. Jones
a of 'Wallace spent
wlth,I'raT' -d Jonos
Sly on F..i -y.
Lai us, Wil t-i-.
daw; hter, Miss I .a
s who teachers at Mt
t thpjf'eek eM he re,
lira. J. O. Temple and Mrs.
C. Albritton of Kinston visited the
Coopers here one day last week.
Mrs. Hose Farmer of Goldsboro
date-nut - . '. . .. . -
The Kenansville Sub- Deb 'Club
met at the home of Marie Williams
on- October 19,. 1935. 'The new of
ficers elected for the coming ses
sion were as follows: Marie Wil
!tnnii President, Hazel Williams
Vw.ePresidentri'one Brinsrn, Sec
retary and Lots Villi, tms Treasure,
and Doris Dobson as Reporter. Af-t-T-re.'busineaa
reiaiiments were served.- ; b.
' . . ; o . i 1
i fUitended for lasf week) .
Misses Louise Brltt, Tesaie Smith
and- .Edith Hlnson entertained the
B. F. ' Grady ' Teachers ' at k lb vel v
spent th r -k-en here with her 'coract Party m Wednesday
mother,! u Iiiu'rM. avuv,;, ' fni4rf.Jrbm,-e.lght to ten-thirty In
The Menus of 'Mrs. Joan White, their apartment : Pink Hill. Hal-
ne Mis 7 'An jonea will u In. imn'm lUwntinm iiio.
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lersteu ij iuam cnat.uer nusoang
fSr-O ONES IN PERFLCT CONDiilON i,
NEW ONES ' ' EAEYC-i
aiB5.00 UP V " f i I3D3.00 UP
... . TERMS? t ,
; We do expert tuning at reasonable prices ' ; "
We pay 88 to 15 for, Information leading to a sale.
LET US PLACE A PIANO ON APPROVAL,
' 4; ' i - ' NO OBLIGATION, .'
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WALLACE, N. C.
nan oeen uansrerrea from cnariejHJof pi
1$ ttsevt At the, cpnclusipn
', hitfi score prize wa Viven
tn miruB unggs, tow score to Hil
sle Tic'ghman. An iced course was
sdrvsej Jhe -?tollowlng: ,",Mrs.j- pie
otTQua, Mrs., jn, u. uavis, Mrs. p.
E. Shoulars, Misses Elsie Tilgh
manj Alice AverltV, ;.Mary Edna
Bmith, Tessle Smith, Louise. Britt
Edith Hlnson, Sarah Carr, Kathe
rine 'Whltehurst, ' Martha Griggs
and Bessie Kernegay..' f
teas. High score for the afternoon
was made by Ml&f Hlnsoiv The low
Wore was made by Mra Andy
Pnny. They, were awarded appro
priate prises. 1 '
Mrs. J, O. Bowman entertained 1
FOR SALE pigs and 1 sow.
i itjrs , .weigh . about 80 pounds
t Wbt .HaryeyKornegay, at He
W. G. Kornesrav nlace. ';. -., .-
toe B. M. a Sewing Club on last iO-Sl-.Pt , . ,j ,)t.;( k -, , . '
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