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' ) r Tatrol," new
ii I . ' .Lama, show
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srs in the Texas oil
i r."3 v.!;o tranrport and
'i c .ives, tins living
a co;:.'.iut sLadow of
' e f2:n contends, however,
' -It as tie task of these
:.e nervous strain on their
womciifulk is doubly great.
1 . - land Saturday of this week, Joan
The V7ednesilay double feature Crawford and Spencer Tracy, in
at tLe r.lla includes, the ever'Uannequin." - '
rr r I icey Eooney in "Hoos-' Miss Crawford, who is the film
Lt CJ V sy," a truly brilliant star wife of Franchot Tone, be
irerrj of aotdig, direction, and.lieves that-women can best hold
st.ry t' t resists in a sincere and their husbands by retaining their
c ;IcL".y Stttlifying production, feminine appeal and she thinks
It cEsnot helj but please everyone that no woman should try to be
Iron tie ees of six to sixty and hoss. ( 1 J
ve he rtl'y recommend it for the iss Crawford is" opposed ; 'to
erjyiECiit of the entire family. i strenuous athletics '.for women." "A
li or' 'andirg cast of Holly- moderate : amount of exercise is
v.oi r-.anaLtics, - headed by
11 !t Trevor, Eonali Woods, Al
an Il-cLart and Alan Eaxter is
jrei in "T j Town Girlf" 20th
ZJ.zry-Tox pluture, showing as
or-. tf VTedssday's double fea
tws at tie ruplin, ,
TLree new socg hits by Sidney
r -re and Harry Akst, including,
--tine Ewing," "Don't Throw
ZLi" and "111 Settle for Love"
are included in the picture, which
we c rected by Alfred. f Werker
i'.h Hilton H. Feld associate pro
duccr,: ' ' ' " 1
lach recent year has brought to
the screes a finer type of musical
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iJ"l Triiul's memorable ' operetta,
wit!i Jeanette KacBonald in : her
set teenth musical triumph, is
r.Zwoci's new offering at the
1 '.la theatre, next s Thursday,
Allan Jones and Warren Wil
liam as the star's leading men
will del:'ht the audience. - " -
"The I'irefly" presents a power-
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TZZZ!. &lZZ2.TJb. M-15&:: . - ;. -r-,
" TIio Hurricans "S .
far!-' Eorothy LAilOTIR, Jon HALL, Mary ASTOR, C." Au-'
e freateRt pictures of all time.:
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2., r A i: Ji : : IHCIIT $30.00 C2 1"C-3: .
1 r - '"-y-r -' T T, rrar ItcHUC J, Kat PENDLETON '
Us. fark men, ari SLu. E. C.
PriJen. , ..."
Irs. George Steel and her
ful story of dramatic romance, as
well as a vehicle for remavkal'e
music M-G-1I has gone the limit
in its settings and in the artistry
of presentation. v " - '
STAB CI" "liAJTSHQUnr SATS
WOMAN JOTSr- EEIAIN
JZZXZ APPEAL .'...
The Paramount theatre in Kin
gston is offering Thursday, Friday
essential : to good ;' health)" she
said, "but women are overdoing
it by going in for strenout ath
letics for which tney . are not
physically equipped. .' Kd - woman
can look attractive to a man wnen
she is masculine inj her dnss,
thought of actions.' "i;fe' K
History, according - to ' Hiss
Crawford, reveals I' that feminity
has always been woman' chief
weapon, 5"Women who havr con
tributed the most to civilization,
and whose - influence over r man
has made fori better world, have
all been feminine. A man can le
led with" understandings- tact and
charm, when-all else fails.;
i "Bfo wif e,' the actress smiled,
"can hold a husband long if she
being a back-seat driv
AMAZING STOEY -
The Paramount 5 will offer on
Sunday. Monday : and Tuesday,
Cecil B. DeKille's production of
"The BuccaneeT," with , Frederic
March. The Buccaneer s( is the
ptory of Americas most amazing
hero, Jean Lafitte, the pirate t
This is one of
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A j ; 3 star
1 1 '3 Cow
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' left Taes-
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i E lay afternoon
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If .f II ,. T-i'ih Jones mo
t "r 1 1 C " a I-?-h Eondy.
I'r. L. A. lo .. ell from Savannah,
"x., i 1 1' e vecktnd with his
mo r, I s. J. A. PowelL . i
Hal 'a Towell is spending a
moLaiil: - la, , . ,
Il-s. Ill IL11 is visiting her sis
ter in Cl arlotte. r v
Fiicnl3 of Krs. A. L, Humphrey
will be glad to know she is improv
ing.. ' T lt .
Ucasles are getting better in and
around Warsaw.' i" , -
d3. B010TBT CHAMBERS .
Urs. Torothy Chambers Conon
er, a former resident of Suplin
Countiy, died in Hopewell, N. J.,
last Friday P. JL at 3 , o'clock.
Those attending the, funeral from
Duplin county were:" Mr. and Urs.
D. T. Chambers, Mrs, i Emma P.
Chambers, Miss Mamie Chamben,
Mr. A. H. Snyder, and joined by a
sister, Mrs. D. B. Powell, of Bocky .
Mt. Mrs. Cononer, known as "Dol-
had many friends in Duplin that
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She is survived by four , sisters,
Mrs. H. 1?, Pierce: Hopewell, H. J
Mrs. D: B. Powell, Bocky Mt.; Mrs.
J. Alvu( Powell, :; Wamw; -Mrs.
Claude Hamilton,1 Magnolia, and
one brother, D. T. Chambers, Ken-
Circle Ho. 1 at the M E. rnis-1
sionary society met at the church J score prizees were 'presented; , to
Monday afternoon. Mrs,: ) Wayne ; Mrs,! J,' M.i.Brook for-the; club
Jordan had charge of the meeting , members' and" to Mrs. G. B. Dail
and Mrs; Bae conducted the ;devo-lfot'visitors;':'f
tional A chicken salad, mppe wap.f"!
nlanned for Thursday night, week! MBS. DAIL ENTERTAINS
Pol 1 9 maaw" tVio HfltnAMl
BAPTIsf cIRCLES MEET '; v !
The .George Rollins and Rosa
Powell circles held a joint meeting
in the Ladies Parlor of the Baptist
church Monday afternoon." After a
short business session, the circles
began the study of "Talks on Soul
Winning," by Dr. EV Y.-. MulUus.
Rev. R. A. Cadle, taught the les
son in a most interesting and help
ful manner. 1,- "
At the dose of the study a to
cial hour was " enjoyed - during
which Mrs, F. J. Stric?ad, Mr.
0. H. Best, and Mrs. O. W. Aoilins,
and Mrs. R. D. Johnson served wa
fers and tea. ' '"' f
KATIE MURRAY CIBCLE -, .
i The Eatt? Murray Circle met
with Mrs; L. H, Brown on Monday
night with Mrs. L. 0, Williams,
circle chairman, presiding. , The
study course was taught, by Mrs.
B. A. Cadle,.
Mrs. Brown. . hostess, served
heart shaped sandwiches,' wafers
and punch, suggesting tne vaien'
tine season. .
. EENANSVILLE PERSONALS '
' Mr. and Mrs. Olivet Stokes
went to Charlotte s one day .last
v erk. - -
Eeecher Sitterson of Davidson
Cullre spent the past week end
at his home here. --Caroline
Jerritt of Peaoe Col
lege sjent the week end here with!
' M. E. Kornegay also Mr- and!
Krs; M. P. Kornegay and daugh
ter, Pearl, of Greensboro, .N, C!
spent the past week end here with
lis. Parker Guinn.- - I
.Kiss Katherine' Sitterson, of
Williamston, N. C, spent the week-.
end here with her family.
rr. and Mrs. W. M. Brinson
were visitors of Kr. and Krs. Ellis j
Vestal in Enow Kill Sunday after
noon. ' '
lis. roses Tanner and Moses,
Jr., are vUUg relatives in Kt.i
CIivi it.itt week. I
li; s Lii'a Linson left this week
for lit 11 - ant where she Willi
vL t s'ier. T'rs. J. E. Ju-Bley.
l"r. e I I'rs. R. C. r.t'"n, who
! r ' t' 'r lioire vlx XIIss
' i : " )mi for several
; -, I j i " 1 1 j t' e country,
j c f T -. E. E. Itnny re-
" , ', t1 s is 8'tk Willi
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no. t u r t.
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s. Tue r"
last E ' 'y ia C.!s"e I ,ne with
r;s. lien's sLler, Lrs.-Tan-ITess
vLo is very ill.
l"r. and IL-s. A. J. Elanton and
clUIi-en, LacLcl and Edith, also
Janet Eoney enjoyed last Sun
day when Hr. Llanton and his
sister, Mrs. Mary Elanton cele-i
brated their birthday together in
Wallace. ' ' '
' W, L G's, met with Misses Pate,
Sparkman, and ; Murray, in the
home of Mrs. 0. P, Johnson, Thur
sday, Feb. 8. -t
Mrs. L. J, Bountree received a
lovely "box of Valentine Candy for
high score prize and Jars. Kooert
Grady, Valentine Candy for, sec
ond high. A delicious sweet course
was served. The Valentine motif
was carried out.
MBS. WILLIAMSON HOSTESS
ir,On last - Wednesday afternoon
at 2:30 the members of the Hen
ansville Kontract Slab were en
tertained by Mrs.-D. S. Williamson
who had several additional guests
at the time. - Members present
were; Mesdamea B. C. Wells, W.
M. Brock, A. J.
liresson. . 4. .(
son, G. R. Dail, LC, Burch, J. B.
Wallace :H. B. Boney and J. 0.
Stokes, Mrs. Buck' Jones who was
accompanied-; by hex; mother. At
the k end of wv'iiterejttBg
guests into the, dining .room
was fixed most attractively to car
ry out the Valentine motif, Here
the guests enjoyed tempting "Hie-
f reshments in two courses. High
Admission is by ticket
'jiMn'-BajT'enterfa ' ( t'n-- f . . ) .
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PLACE: V OASIS THEATRE l
S. Queen Street Kinston, N. C. r ?
TIME:" 10:00 A. M.
"DATE: Wednesday, February 16, 1938
V ' 'I vJ 1VI - Lem Weatherbee to
s --v;:- X VSir' ,i,v.l
I X '.. -. nm, wivt mttinir rnttl: i . cfrh. .Oi j
- us for them before the day ot the snow
" ADDED ATTRACTION,: f . " r You are invited to a
f L. 'i ft t t " i cf Con
1 a t I ' 1 t IL:i,:.y after
iirt taC 'y. After several
. 'I 1 cria. 's tl e scores were to
t! 1 e,!l it was found that lira.
J. E. "Lice hell h:;jtt score for
which sle was presented a sand
wich tray. Urs. N. B. Boney was
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kJU Li WARSAVA N.C
Program for Week February 14th:: ,
MONDAY, February 14th :! " ' -
i -; '; ;The prefect Tarzan finds his prefect mate in ." j-"
' ) Tarzan's Revenge u I
- f Glenn MORRIS, the perfect Tarzan and Eleanor HOLM
TUESDAY, February 15th:: .--' . v -' - ,
r': "BIG TOWN GIRLW
6 Starrin Claire TREVOR, Donald WOODS, Alan DINEHART,
' Alan BAXTER . ' , "
t'i ; , -1 jacx m $10 w $20 ' ;
- WEDNESDAY, Feb. 16th, DOUBLE FEATURE : :
f ; - .Mickey BOONEY in
f " Hobsier Schoolboy !?
rJl - ' And Sally EHERS, John BEAT., Harry CAREY in
y "Danger Patrol
..THURSDAY, Feb. 17th, ONE DAY ONLY::
, Starring Jeanette , MacDONAXD, Allan JONES, Warren
' FRIDAY, Feburay 18th.: : ' y'tysrV.:.
; "45 FATHERS w
Starring Jane WITHERS, Thomas BACK, Louise HENRY
SATURDAY, February: 9th, DOUBLE FEATURE : : :f
tv;' :'-f-ir" : An' All Star sterner l
"TRAILS DIVIDED "
jL', and! Edwarl ARNOLD, Shirley ROSS in
BLOSSOMS ON BROADWAY w
'jjjHlhi'll ',. fV V' nill. I' ' ' ' I . l.i 'll.J HI. , I I... .
FREE PASSES: Mrs.. Alex Xornegay, Warsaw; Mrs. 1, M.
PeirM. Wamw'rMrs. Alice V. Kornegay, Magnolia; Miss He? t
! Jen Hunt, Magnolia ; Miss Viola Westbrook, Seven Springs, Rt, i
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V i farn ahout new mackinea. new methods ti?.yi ..:'m & i-1 J !..
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ASK FOR TICKETS
only: - If you don't hve tickets, pt need morei sK
I "HARVEY, Rr. SON COMPANY . ; -:l f
, . the John lieere . warenouse. n.-wrocavuio
Hi-Way after tne snow.
a close runner up and was '
eiitcd a picture for second 1
score. Ilrs. T. J. I'ackmon i
ceived the consolation prize wla
Urs. J, M, Brock carried home the
traveling prize. Tempting refreLh
ments was served by the hostesi,
assisted by Sirs. W. J. Pickett.
; ; '
xney are riuus.
' ' ;MJSt
free barbecue dinner at . y f--
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