«(»»-OTA*, fcOirtj, ARKANSAS' WHIEFTO fin Peter Loree at the Rialto on Sunday Co-Starred With Dolores Del Rio in Film "Lan- With deft touches and a neat sensibility, PHer Lorro has created n host n! unusual characters for the screen, each more realistically horrifying and vivid than the last. In hi.s latest picture, however, the little Hungarian star Introduces an entirely new angle to his characterizations.* playing a spy whose deceit antl villainy make him u hero. Lorre is co-featured with Dolores Del Kio ami George Sanders in "Lancer Spy," sensational espionage drama of the World war. coming Sunday lo the Kialto. A German officer in thy Imperial high command, Lorre so successfully carries out his mission that he .becomes, ironically, assistant head of the German counterespionage bureau. When George Sanders, in the title role, arrives in Berlin impersonating a German officer, he incurs the suspicion of Lorre's chief, who assigns him to investigate. Reali/ing that he must protect the suspected man if he really is a spy, Lorre attempts ti< find him out with the aid of Miss Del Hio, but Sunders is successful in evading detection. Currying his extraordinary exploit to bold lengths, Sanders is decorated by the Kaiser, nml up to the exciting climax of ihe film is unaware of Lorre's pro-Britif.li expionage activities. In the thrilling, fust-paced series of (Ivents marking the exposure of Sunders. Lorre cleverly aids his fellow-spy ID complete his mission, at the .same lime protecting hi.s own ixjsition so that he can return, undetected, to hi.s own activities in the very midst of German counter-espionage work. One of the most delicate nml sensitive tasks of subtle delineation of his entire career, the role is the most novel and unusual he has ever undertaken, Lorro says. The Awful Truth* at Saenger Prison Official Plans a U. S. 'Devil's Island' SANTA BARBARA, Calif.- (/l'i Following the riot at Folsom prison in which the warden was fatally .stubbed, Edward 1. Abbott, state prison director, has proposed jin escape-proof Devil's Island for life-termers and habitual prisoner.-;. He declares that "plotting of escapes is virtually continuous among hardened criminals." California has 550 lifers in its two prisons. AlcaU'ax prison in San Francisco is often referred to as a Devil's island, and is considered cscapeproof. It holds only federal prisoners. Each year more than 20,000 oil wells nre drilled. The annual cost of such drilling in the United States alone exceeds $500,000.000. Irene Dunne, the Thcnilorahlc screen rnnirillcnnc, scores irilghily in the year's rhou-csl roniod.v role an Lucy Warrlner hi "The Awful Truth," slum-Ing Siimlny anil Monday nt (he Siienger. Irene merely scratched (lie surface of her comedy capabilities In "Tlieodi/ra (iocs Wild." It remained for her hilarious clowning In "The Awful Truth" to reveal the treasure-trove of talent in her inimitable personality. This gay. madcap story of the Warriners, played by Miss Dunne as Lucy and Cr.ry On nt as Jerry, is so uproariously funny it should make the annual (en best list in a walk. The fun starts when Jerry and Lucy decide to separate with the only hone of contention the custody of Mr.' Smith, (heir uirc-hair terrier. Irene nml Ciiry, (canted for (lie flr.sl (line, are. of course, superb. Ralph Hellainy gives a delidously hill-hilly flavor (o his Oklahoma oil tycoon. The vcleran Cecil Cuiiiihifiliam plays Miss Dunne's dour Aunt Patsy. Alexander D'Arcy Is excellently romantic as the French votal teacher. See Our S5JO Silk Dresses L A D I E S' Specialty Shop SAENGER SUNDAY-MONDAY ONLY IRENE DUNNE and GARY GRANT "THE AWFUL TRUTH" TUKSDAV- WEDNKSDAV ROBERT MONTGOMERY ROSALIND RUSSELL "NIGHT MUST FALL" THURSDAY-FRIDAY .JOAN CRAWFORD -THE BRIDE WORE RED" RIALTO SUNDAV-MONDAY-TUESDAY DOLORES DKL RIO' PETER LORRE in "LANCER SPY" WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY JOAN CRA^S'FORD mid Clark Gable return —in— "LOVE ON THE RUN" CHURCHES FIRST METHODIST Fred R. Harrison. Piislor Sunday is the last Sunday before Conference, and we are very anxious lo have the largest congrccntions we have 1 had thus far. We are looking for a record attendance at (lie church school also. "The Mysteries of the Cross" will Commanded f His Oom As *- A Docfprl in "DQGM£P AT SUNPQWN" STEELE No. 5 "Painted Stallion" be the subject of the Pastor's communion message, after which the Sacrament of the Lord will be solemnized, at the morning service. The Intermediate and Young People's Enworth Leagues will meet at G:<15 p. m. The Leslie Huddleston post of the American Legion and its Auxiliary have chosen our church for their annual memorial service program. Following this program the pastor will preach on the subject. "The Need of Peace." The Little Rock Annual Conference will convene in our church Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock, with Bishop John M. Moore presiding. Business sessions will be held each morning of the week, and Dr. H. C. Morrison. President of Asbury College, Wilmore, Ky., will preach each afternoon at I! p. in. and in the evening at 7:30 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended the general public to attend any and all of these services. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Elder W. E. Hanoy will preach at the church Saturday night at 7:45. Our> Sunday school will hold a short time beginning at 9:45 and then give way for the business of the association. Elder J. E. Cobb, secretary and treasurer of the American Baptist Association will preach at the 11 o'clock hour Sunday. B. Y. P. T. C. will meet at 6:30 p. m. Elder Walter Griffin, treasurer of the State Mission Work will preach at 7:30 p. m. Lake Superior, largest of the Groat Lakes, has an area of 31,200 square miles. "Once a Doctor" Is Film at New Jean ftEuir ,and Donald Woods to Open Here on Sunday "Once A Doctor," n First National picture, featuring Jean Muir and Donald Woods is scheduled to open at the New Thetitor on Sunday through Monday. Mr, Woods and Miss Muir have not worked together since "As the Earth Turns" which was made three years ago. That picture svas both an artistic and financial success, and the two young players won great acclaim. In "Once A Doctor" they are said to have even better opportunities. Woods piny a young physician who is the adopted son of Joseph King, a middle-aged praetioner of considerable fame. King has another son who's a doctor—a ne'er-do-well, portrayed by Gordon Oliver, This lad is engaged to Jean Muir, who is the daughter of still another physician—a great brain surgeon. Dr. Norland, played by Henry Kolker. This not only seems like a lot of physicians—it is. As a matter of fact, nine doctors are portrayed in the piece. Donald Woods worships Jean but doesn't let her know it. Foolishly, he takes the blame for various blunders that his foster brother, Oliver, makes, and eventually is driven from practice, indicted, and sentenced to serve a jail term. , The great Dr. Nordland. whose brain surgery Woods has been studying, gets a parole for him and sends him to Cuba to work in a dispensary. He sets forth on a freighter. During the height of a great storm, wireless word comes to the freighter that Dr. Brace, his benefactor, has suffered a brain fracture on bis yacht. Courageously. Woods transfers from the freighter to the yacht across raging seas, and on the tossing boat performs the operation he has learned from Nordland. He saves Dr. Brace's life— of course winning the love of Miss Muir, who by this time has learned that her fiance, Oliver, is a rascal. In the supporting cast are such players as Louise Stanley, Gordon Hart, David Carlyle, Joseph Crchan and Hnr- lan Tucker. 5 Roadhouses at Texarkana Closed Injunctions Obtained Against Bowie County" Night Clubs TEXARKANA.—The doors of five Bowie county roadhouscs were closed Friday night by temporary injunctions obtained by District Attorney Elmer L. Lincoln in district court. Operations at several other similar places will be suspended as soon as facts can be assembled to justify the court's granting additional restraining orders, Lincoln declared. Judge N. L. Dalby of Bowie county district court issued the restraining orders Friday against (he five clubs, one of which was patronized by ne- groes. Two of the affected clubs have been the scenes of murders, the last of which was committed Monday night at the Monterey club, about three miles MKS. SID HENRY TELEPHONE 821 Clear and Crisi) Sunshiny murniiiKs. crisp and cold, When all tho world is russet Bold. And naluru is caused in frost that throws Off (ipale.sccnt tints, and glows To the warm ki.sses of the .sun; And just to hi; out (if doors is fun! And little children laugh and call, And run, and never tire at all! Ami there's a perfume in the wood, And all thinys seem so sweet and good One almost drops one's grown-up ways And runs back to life's yesterdays. —Selected. Misses Margery Waddle and Mary Nell Carter of Henderson State Teach- t'l'K college, Arkadelphia, are spending thu wcc'k-end with home folks. Miss Margaret Marshall of Texar- Uana is I ho week-end guest of Miss Mageic Bell and Ike T. Bell Sr. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Fred While have as week-end guests, their daughter, Miss Mary Delia White of State Teachers' College, Con way. -Q~ Mrs. Alex Perdue and little daughter Clianetui who have been house guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer for the |;a.sl week, left Friday for their home in Pine Bluff. Among the social compliments extended Mrs. Perdue, were a bridge party on Wednesday by Mrs. Dick Forster, and as Card club guest of honor on Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Billy Bob Hcrndon on North Hervey street. Mrs. Ernest Still of Magnolia A. $t M. faculty is spending the week-end with her little daughter, Cynthia ut the home of her mother. Mrs. Arch Camion on Bast Second street. --O- Ltiiia Mas Robertson and Null Williams of State Teachers College, Conway, arrived Thursday for 9 week-end visit with home folks. Foster Finley of the State Univer- l sity, Fayetteville, is spending the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Finley. -OA call meeting of the Hope Library Board was held on Friday afternoon at the city hall for the purpose of entering into plans for cu-operntinH with the city council in making the library a free library in the near future. Mrs. J. A. Henry, chairman, presided and introduced Mayor Albert Graves, who outlined the council's I plans, naming the assistance the city would give in maintaining a free library. The board voted to accept the city's proposition. Another meeting of the board will be held on Monday. November IS. -O- Mrs. M. H. Barlow has returned fumi a visit with Harry Barlow and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howson in DcQueim. -o- Miss Daisy Dorothy Heard of ihe Magnolia A. and M. college arrived Friday for a week-end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Heard. -O- Wayne England and Pink W. Taylor were Saturday visitors in Little Rock. —q— Mrs. C. C. Lewis was hostess on Friday afternoon to the members of the Friday Bridge club. Colorful fall flowers brightened the rooms and bridge was played from two table. The high score favor went to Mrs. J. F. Porterfield. Following the game, the hostess served a most tempting salad course with tea. Miss Cereldinc Collier of Hope left Monday for Keeae, Texas, where she will enroll in the Soul, western Junior .•ollegu. When Fate Takes a Hand Ills benefactor, Henry Kolker (left) his foster father, Joseph King (seatcdj niul his sweetheart, .lean Muir,-look on anxiously as Donald Woods (right) reads the wire that changes Hie-whole course'of his life In "Once n Doctor," the First National picture that opens the hidden doors of a big city clinic. It Is playing at the New Theater Sunday and Monday.' At the New SUNDAY & MONDAY "ONCE A DOCTOR" with JEAN MUIR DONALD WOODS (First Time in Hope) TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Features— No. 1—JACK HOLT—in "OUTLAWS OF THE ORIENT" (First Run) No. 2—VIRGINIA BRUCE MELVYN DOUGLAS in "WOMEN OF GLAMOR" THURSDAY & FRfDAY -THE MAN IN BLUE" with Robert Wilcox, Nan Gray. Edward Ellis, Alma Kroger and Ralph Morgan. SATURDY, NOV. 13 TEX RITTER-in "The Mystery of the Hooded Horseman" from here on the\West Seventh street highway. Frank Gibbons, 53, local stock trader, was injured fatally at that time when an assailant knocked him to the ground with his fists in front of the establishment. .Herbert Mahew, young relief worker, was stabbed to death a few months ago at the old Beer Bottle Inn, now known as the West Side Inn, on the West Seventh street highway near the Monterey club. A Bowie county grand jury failed to return indictments in the case. T. F. Gallagher was operator of the Monterey club, while Mrs. Margaret Williams was proprietor of the West Side Inn at the time the order was issued. - _ ••a,^-^^ Dalmatian puppies are born white. Their spots appear with age. Bob Montgomery in Saenger Film Rosalind Russell Also Starred in "Night Must Fall" One of the weirdest love scenes ever screened is that between Robert Mont- (omery and Rosalind Hussell in "Night tfust Fall," at the Saenger Tuesday ind Wednesday. Montgomery has abandoned his usual character of the playboy hero for his picture and appears as the criminal villain. He's a bellboy with a way with women. His charm is literally alal to two. Rosalind Russell has the role of a rirl who has despaired of romance un- il his personality awakens her emo- ionally. But she cannot trust him in spite of his attraction, for she grows move and more certain he is the man petition students who have reached heir 16th birthday, the association adopted a substitute amendment lowering the game limit from 18 to 17. police are seeking. •. • , -*> There is tenderness as well fis Jnw» r ,* ace in their last scene before break in. "That scene between „. and Miss Russell is the most grJ I eve r directed," said Director ard Thorpe. "It's not very oft forget to say 'Cut 1 to stop the after the action has finished, t dffi' , when we filmed that." Grid Star Oliver Now on Scteefl • Gordon Oliver, new First Nalldftpl, player who appears with Jean Mtfi£ and Donald Woods in their latest filrfV "Once A Doctor," comes to the ssrt&i^ from the stage, where he made a hit in "Petrified Forest." ' He played football at Oregon SteJ£ College and was a hard hitting ful^ back. "Once A Doctor" is showing 1 at the New Theater Sunday and Mondal* 1 . •?n JACK and SECK TRY OUR STEW With Trimmings and Decorations. 216 South Walnut Texarkana C. of C. WiirVisit Hope Will Stage Parade in Business Section Next Tuesday Afternoon The Texarkana Junior chamber of commerce will visit Hope next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock after concluding a good-will tour of Lewisville. Stamps, Waldo, Magnolia and Frescott. From Hope the commercial group returns to Texarkana. The 40-piece Texarkana college band will be in the good-will party which numbers approximately 150 persons. A parade will be staged in the business section of Hope Tuesday afternoon. Roberts New Head (Continued from Page One) of Ouachita College, Arkadelphia, was elected to membership on the Board of Trustees, The Arkansas Athletic Association re-elected L. M. Goza, Arkadelphia, president of its annual session here Friday and adopted three amendments to its constitution. R. H. Moore, Jonesboro, was elected vice president succeedinv L. P. Mann Newport. Jim Abraham, Lonoke, was chosen for a two-year term as a member o the executive committee, succeedin T. H. Alford, Little Rock. One-yeai committeemen named were J. E. Howard, Stuttgart, who will complete the unexpired term of J. D. Clary, former ly of Fordyce, and Ben R. Williams Ashdown, to fill the unexpired term o Elmer Cook, Fort Smith. After rejecting a proposal barrinj from junior high school athletic com The most extraordinary venture a mart ever faced . •. the strangest love a worrjan ever knew . ... in the picture that/tells* more than has ever been told before about how wars are really won! Peter Lorre, Dolores Del Rio & Geo. Sanders "LANCER SPY" I ;] M it'M L SUNDAY, MONDAY & TUESDAY Fox News and Comedy The Rev. and Mrs. Eugene T. Moore were presented with a nice bedroom suit by friends at JJenUii last week. The Rev. Mr. Moore is pastor of tin- Spring Creek Baptist church there. He was former pastor of the Garrett Memorial church O f Hoye. Phone 148 Bundle up your clothes, Phone Hope Steam Laundry to call for it, and your washday is over in less than five minutes! Trade at Home and Give Home People Employment HOPE STEAM LAUNDRY CALL HS South Washington St. Harry Phipps, Joe Lasjter, HERE IS THE FUNNIEST.... SUNNIEST, AND,. . HONEYEST OF COMEDIES THAT EVER WAS SHOWN AT THE Drop your dignity! Forget the neighbors! Go deliriously mad with Irene . . more Theodorable than ever ... as she hands the '400' a thousand headaches! We're not fooliu' when we say: "Don't you dare miss it!" SUNDAY & MONDAY COMING AT LAST! UNIQUE! AMAZING! DIFFERENT! STFALl & FRl JOAN CRAWFORP— in"THE BRIDE WORE REP"
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