Bluefield Daily Telegraph from Bluefield, West Virginia on April 19, 1936 · Page 27
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Sunday Morning, April 19, 1936. BLUEFIECD DAILY TELEGRAPH, Bluefield, W. Va. Second Section— PAGE THREE Attractions at Bluefield Theatres and Gossip of the Studios and Hollywood Movie Celebrities PICTURE FILMED 'AT E Columbia's Comedy Drama, 'Pride Of The Marines', Opening At Granada Friday, Taken At San Diego Base , Against the colorful background of the United States marine base at San Diego, Calif., Columbia's comedy-drama, "Pride Of The Marines," which opens Friday at the Granada theatre, was filmed. Its case Includes Charles Bickford, Florence nice, Billy Burrud, Robert Allen and Ward Bond. All the facilie8 of the great military base, Including the heavy coaet defense guns, the trim fighting planes, the anti-aircraft guna, the great battleships and fast-moving destroyers and 2,600 of America's finest fighting men, the 6th regiment of United States Marines, appear In "Pride Of The Marines." It is the story of an orphan lad •who is adopted by a Marine with a steel exterior but a soft heart, Billy Burrud plays the part of the orphan lad, and Bickford that of the leatherneck who takes the boy under his whig and brings him to the San Diego war base to live. Bickford has recently been seen in "The Farmer TakeB A Wife," "The Littlest Rebel" and "Rise Of The Rancho." Florence Rice's last picture was "Escape From Devil's Island." Previously she appeared in "Guard That Girl," "Awakening Of .Tim Burke," "Carnival" and others. This Is ten-year-old Billy Burrud's second film: his first was "Three Kids And A Queen." Columbia Pictures received the full cooperation of the Marino Corps in making "Pride Of The Marines." The Gth Regiment actually became extras' during the filming of the picture, going through their dress parade drills and battle maneuvers while- cameras recorded the inspiring scenes. Other important players in the film include Robert Allen, Joseph Sawyer, Ward Bond, George McKay and Thurston Hall. D. Ross Lederman directed. Harold Shumate wrote the.sqreen play. Buster Crabbe* as "Flash Gordon" will .also be Bhown on the screen at the Granada ; Friday and Saturday, while\the stage attraction- will be Rita-Lawrence's sensational Chinese review.- V V \ M W. NASH, veteran engineer of the Norfolk and Western railway, » receiving his new Wrlgley dollar from Miss Mint just as he was preparing to pull his train out on his run. Many, many Biueflelders are joining the Wrigley roll daily and people in all walks of life are receiving new crisp dollars for opinions about Wrlgley'e gum. I LOLLAS POTTER Correspondent Boissevain, Va., April 18—Impressive Blaster services were i, held atytbe Methodist church at 6 a..'nw Sunday. The..church was- beautifully decorated -for the occasion, . During the candle light-services,*.Miss Margaret TaboK- gavtf- several -violin selections, accompanied at •; the piano by/ ;Mrs. Tayloe Davis; An Interesting sermon was delivered by the ; pastor, the Re/YivE.. L. Gilmer. '\A: tlarge -crowd was attendance. . v •' ••• * EASTER EGG HUJfJ An Easter egg hunt was enjoyed by the primary department of the Baptist church Sunday. .- This department-is under the supervision.of Mrs. J. L. Larnbert, Roy Wolfe. Misses Adien Cooper and Hazel Triplett. BOISSEVAIV PERSONALS Mrs. Glen Kelly and children, of Eckman, are visltinsr.Mrs. R. L. Mc- Ginnls and Mr. McGinnis. Mrs. Charles-Shaw and son, were visiting her parents in Bramwell. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Asbury and children Sv.ere dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaw. Sunday. Mrs. J, N. Stevens and children, and >Mrs. G. W. Kelly, of Eckman, : THE TOWNS BEST ^ Mwancfrik: SEBVEC AT THE m 5M0KE HOUSfc were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McGnnls, Mondap. Lum Mathena, bf ; Jewell Ridge, visited his sisters, Mrs. Ollie Groseclose, and Mrs;' Allie Nelson; Sunday. ... .., • Mrs. Claude Nelson Is ill at her home. . , Mrs.. Neal Gillian is a patient at Bluefield sanitarium, where she is receiving treatment. Margaret Tabor has been quite ill but is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and daughters, Gladys and Virginia, of Maybeury, W. Va., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Potter. Charles Smith submitted to an ap- pendlctomy in Bluefield sanitarium Wednesday. Misses Rlioda Lee Felty and Clara Lindsep.of Marlon college, were week-end guests of the former's parr ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Felty. Hugh E. Love Jr., of Emory and Henry, spent the Easter holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Love. Mr. and Mrs. Romie Burgess and Mr. and Mrs. John Wise and Jame-'s Asbury motored to Charleston last week. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Wilson and children and 'Mrs. George ,Asbury were visiting 'friends in Glade Spring last week-end. Roy Richardson spent last weekend in Salem. '.;..'. • Paul Jiorrie has returned from Bluefield sanitarium, where he has been a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Shanahan and Children and Adeen Cooper were visiting friends in Grumpier Sunday. Frances Thompson, of Northfork, epent last week-end with her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Thompson, in Abbs Valley. Mrs. George Hardy, of Vivian, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hardy, Tuesday. . Mrs. Ruth Martin, of Haughsvlile, Md., is visiting her father/Mr, R. L. Willard. Mrs. Donna Whittson, of New- York, was i a business visitor here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wainwright and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart (Mitchell were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hughes, last Sunday. Norman Hughes, Wade Graham, Dave Shupe and Bill Sublett. H. E. Smith and Tom Ruble ware fishing at Maiden Spring Wednesday. REAL BETTY BOOP Original Max Fleisner Cartoon Girl Appears In Person At Colonial Theater in '45 Min utes From Broadway' Betty Boop the original Max Fleisner catroon girl now appearing with "15 Minutes Of Broadway" is a very charming and small being only four feet ten Inches in height and weighing only 96 pounds and her figure Is almost the same as that of Betty Boop's on the screen. In Betty's act she takes you to Hollywood and shows you how cartoon's are made and sings on the side of the stage showing you how her voice is synchronized on the screen. She sings and dances for you and her act is enjoyed 'by both young and old. Little Ann Little, Betty's real name, has worked for Max Fleisner and the Paramount studio for several years and actually talks off the screen and onto the stage for you. Betty eyes and eye lashes are exactly like Betty's on the screen as you will notice Betty has six large eye lashes at top just like the Betty Boop on the screen and it takes Betty two hours to make up as she makes herself to look like the v-.al Betty. The reason Little Ann Little is called the original Betty Boop is because she is the little girl who won the case from Felen Kane for Max Fleisner and the Paramount studio. You must see Betty and see how she looks and acts off the screen. Coming at the Colonial for two days only, Thursday and Friday/April 23-24. .1 MISS HELEN TABOR Correspondent Princeton, W. Va., R. 1. April 18.—Edwin Tabor entertained'at his home with an Easter egg hunt Saturday evening. Games were played and an egg hunt given. Refreshments were served to the following: Ruby Bailey, Betty Thorn. Bethel Martin, Edith and Edgar Liueberry, James Gibson and Nedra and Edwin Tabor. BIRTH NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. Hypes are the parents of a daughter, born April 12. The child has been named Shirley Ann. PERSONALS ' Mr. and Mrs. H..L. TUley, of Glenwood Park, had as their guests Sunday, Miss Margaret Tilley, who has been; visiting in Welch,: Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Tilley and' Mr. and Mrs. William Collins, of Anawalt. Mrs. V. E. Bailey. of'Duhring, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Belcher, visited • her • sister, Mrs. J. C. Williams, of Princeton, last week. . Misses Leta and Vera Maxey,; of Camp Creek, have been vlBiting at the home of Miss Mattle Tilley. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Butt end sons, of Yards, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Tabor, Sunday. Mrs. William Bishop, who is ill with heart trouble, at the home of Mrs. H. L. Tilley, is slowly improving. • Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bailey and daughter, Gladys, and Evey Thomas, of Edison, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pennington last Week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sills and son, Ralph, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bishop, of Glen wood Park, Sunday. Misses Alma Llneberry and Letha Martin were shopping' In Princeton, Thursday. . Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mcintosh and son, Billy, spent the Easter holidays with her mother, Mrs. Hicks, of Jackson City, Tenn. NO SANTA', EITHER Safety; Harbor, Fla.—Safety Harbor didn't come up to its name In the case of Paul Cannon, of Slidell, La. Cannon came in contact with high tension lines when helping to move a house and the shock tumbled him down the chimney. He is recovering at a sanitarium. P OPULAR JANET GAYNOR and M-G-M's sensational "find," Robert Taylor, make up what Is considered the film's most perfect couple. The two are co-starred in Ben Ames Williams' story of a chaotic runaway marriage, "Small Town Girl;" which* is how playing at the Colonial Theater. .Robert Taylor and Janet Gaynor in "Small Town Girl" WHIS Presents Today Sunday: Today at 4:45 Hugh Ike Shott will be on the air with a discussion that will be of interest to everyono in this vicinity. Mr. Shott cordially inviteB you to tune In. Tonight will see another drama by the Sunset •• News Theater Guild. The title of the play to be presented is '.'Pursuit." This program starts at 6. Monday: For many years C. I. Cheyney has appeared over WHIS in a weekly radio talk. His first one was made when the only studio WHIS had was in the West Virginian hotel. Ever since then we expect him each Monday night at 6:15, and he is always here with an interesting Informal talk. The entire program for Sunday and Monday: SUNDAY 9:00—Cheerio 9:15—Popular Melodies 9:30—Reading the Comics 9:45—Rescue Mission 10:00—Masters of Music 10:30—Concert Period 11:00—Church of the Air First Presbyterian Church 12:00—Pop Concert 12r30—Telegraph Commercial 12:45—Dance Time 1:00—Bluefield Supply 1:15—Musical Moods '1:30—Old Scoutmaster ,1:45—George Richardson Jr. "Makers of America'' 2:00—Henry Fortune . 2:15—The Shopper 2:30—Dance Time i 3t00—Devotional Program 3:30—P.-T. A. Program 4:00—This and That in Music 4:15—Pipe Dreamer 4:30—Musical Bouquet 4:45—Hugh Ike Shott 5:00—Jack DiBhman's Orchestra 5:45—Parade of Values 6:00—Sunset News Theater of the Air—"-Pursuit" 1 6r40—Dance Time 7:00—Salon Music 7:30—Evening Church of the Air First Baptist Church 8:30—Silent MONDAY 7:00—Tonic Tunes 7:30—'Correct Time Signal 7:31—The Breakfast Club 9:00—Haven of Rest 9:15—-Cheerio 9r30—This and That in Music 10:00—Musical Moods 10:30—Organ Meditations 11:00—Tango Time 11:15—Dance Music 11:30—News Flashes 11:45—'Bluefield Hardware Company 12:00—Coca-Cola Time 12:15—Chicago House Furnishing Company 12?S0—Sun Rise Bottling Company 12:45—Grunow Varieties 1:00—Glark Hardware & Furniture Company •1:15—Salon Musio 1:30—Bluefield Supply Company 1:45—Dance Time 2:00—Vocal Varieties -2:30—Goi 'iC.- Places • 8:00—Dyace Time lOO 61! %e HANNSFORD6 FRISCO'S SiALS MUCOUS SP£CTACL£ YWui V A ." J - f ,iPtpf| NEW CHIWBRN LOW ADULTS m Everyone Says "IT'S HER BEST" The hundreds who have seen It in the past two days—procluim it Shirley's Best-^-It's Shirley's finest story as that lovable little lady of the lighthouse—singing AT THE COD FISH WALL—"The right somebody to Love" and "Early Bird" and yes, of coarse, she lias some delightful new dances! Now Showing THRU TUESDAY SHIRLEY TEMPLE —In— '.'..;/.,> .. .0 'GAPTAIM JAMUAKf —~ with GUY KIBBEE, SLIM SUMMERVILLE, JUNE LANG, BUDDY EBSEN^JANE DARWELL — WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY — Ann Sothern, Bruco Cjftbot "Pon't GamWe With JLpv»" — FfUDAY.SATUHpAY.~- SIBKW-CHAHIES BJCKFQBD, la »m\m or THE MARIKKB STAGE—RITA LAWRENCE'S BJQ SENSATION AND CHINESE BEY UK 3rl5—News Flashes 3:30—Reminiscing in Tempo 4:00—Danco Time 5:00—Along Melody Lane 5:15—This and That 5:30—Lamplight Hour 5:45—Parade of Values G:00—Dinner Dance 6:15—L Cheyney • 6:25—Baseball Scores 6:30—Correct Time Signal 6:31—Colonial Theater Reviewer 6:35—Musical Interlude 7:00—Church of; God Trio 7:15—Danco Time 7:45—Chevrolet Musical Moments 8:00—Krueger Town Crier 8:15—Blanche Armehtrout : 8r30—Dance Time 9:15—News. Flashes 9:30—Dance Time 9:45—Caravan of Dreams 10:00—Silent THE CHAIN PROGRAM SUNDAY, APRIL 19 (Eastern Standard Time) NOTE: All programs to key and basic chains or groups thereof unless specified; coast to coast (c to.c) designation .includes all available stations. Stations resorte right to chnnge pro. grams without previous uotlee. l\ M. NBCWEAF NETWORK BASIC—East: weat wlw weel wtio wjar wtag wesh kyw whlo wtbr wrc wgy wben wcae wtam wwj WBBI; Mid: ksd wmaq wcfl who wow wdaf MIDWEST— wood wire NORTHWEST ft '• CANADIAN—wtmj wiba kstp webo wday kfyr crct cfcf SOUTH— wrva wptr wwnc wis wjax wfla -wsun wlod warn wmc wsb wapi wjdx wsmb kvoo wkr wfaa wbap krpa woai ktbs kths wsoc wave wtai MOUNTAIN— koakdyl Rgir kghl PACIFIC—kgo kfl kgw komo khq kfsd ktar kgu kpr. kex kir kva keca 1:00—Road to Romany, Music 1:30—While City Sleeps—basic 1:45—€. Vanderhllt Jr.—weaf 2:00—To Be Announced 2:30—Peter Absolute, Dramatic 3:00—Lou Breeze and Orch. 3:30—Ed Younger Mountaineers 4:00—The Widow's Sons, Serial 4:30—Chicago A Capolla Choir 5:00—Cleveland's Pop Concert 5:30—Words and Music Program 6:00—Catholic Program—c to c 6:30—Echoes of New York—weaf; Orchestra Program—chain 7:00—K-7 Secret Story—chain 7:30—Recital from the Fireside 7:45—Sunset DreaniB, 2 Trios 8:00—Ma j. Bowes Amateurs—c 9:00—Merry ,Go Round—c to c 9:30—Album of Music—c to c 10:00—Sim. Eve. Symph—c to c 11:90—To Bo Announced—«nst; Sunset Dreams—west rpt. 11:30— Press-Hadlo News Period 11:35—Ted Lewis and Orch. 12:00—Freddie Bcrgln's Orch. 12:110—Sammy Knye's Orch. « CBS'WAIIC NETWORK IIASIC—East: wabc wade woko wgr wcao waab wnac wkbw wkro whk wjr wdrc wcau wjas wean wfbl wspd wjsv; Midwest: wbbm wfbm km be kmox whas klab krut EAST—wbna wpg whr wheo wlbst wfea wore wlcc cfrb ctao wlux weBg wmas DIXIE—wgst wsfa wbrc wqam wdod klra wrec wlac wwl wtoo krld klrh ktsa waco koma wdbo wbt wdae whig wdbi wwya wmbg wsis wmbr wala ktul keko wcoa wdnc wnox wlr .kh MIDWEST—kgl wmbd wlsn wlbw kfh wsmk wkbfi wcco 'Wsbt ksc) woe wnax wowo MOUNTAIN—kvor klz koh ksl COAST—khl koin kfrc ko| kfpv kvl 1:00—Sermon In Church of Air 1:30—To Be Announced 1:45—H. V. Kaltonborn's Talk 2:00—David Ross in Poet's Gold 2:30—Jose Manzanares Orch. 3:00—N. Y. Philharmonic—to c 5:00—Abe Lyman Melodiana— basic; Dreams—west; Organ— Dixie 5:15—The Harmonelte—mldw. 5:30—Crumit-Sttndorson—basic 6:00—Phil Spitalny Girls—to c fi: 30—"Smiling' Ed" McConnell 6:45—Voice of Experience—basic; Rosewood and Ivory—Dixie 7:00—Eddie Cantor and Company 7:30—Phil Baker Show—basic: The Medinah Ensemble—mldw, 7:45—Ycster Melodies—mldw. 8:00—Gluskin's "World Dances" 8:30—To Be Announced 9:00—Detroit Symphony— c to c 10:00—Ghost Stories via Rudio 10:30—Freddie Rich's Penthouse 11:00—Press-Radio News Period 11:05—V. Trovers Orch.—basic 11:16—Philip Crane Orch.—mldw. 11:30—Tommy Dorsey Orch.—basic; Geo. Olsen - Music—mldw 12:00—Frank Dailey's Orch.- 12:30—Harry Sosnik's Orch. NBC-WJZ NETWORK 1ASIC—East: wjz wbz-wbza wba] wham kdka wgar wxyz WByr wmal wfil; Midwest: wcky wenr wis kwu koil wren wmaa kso MIDWEST—wmt wood wire NORTHWEST & CANADIAN—wtmj wiba kstp webc wday kfyr crct cfcf SOUTH—wrva wptf wwnc wis wjrx wfla-wsun wiod warn .wmc wsb wapf wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wfaa whan kprc woai wkbs kths wsoc wave MOl'-'TAIN— koa kdvl kelr kghl PACIFIIV-kgo kfl kgw komo khq kjr kfsd ktar kno kex ken kva keca 3:30—National Youth Conference 2:0-3—Magic Key of Radio—to c 3:00—Your English Dramatical 3:15—Joe Venutl and Orch., 3:45—Song Recital from Bern* 4:00—Vespers with Dr. Walton 4:30—Sen. Flshraco's Variety 5:00—Tom Terrlss Experiences 5:30—Malcolm La Pradfe'g Talk 5:45—Gabriel Heatter—Wjz only 6:00—Eddy Duchln and Orch. 6:35—Dream Singer—wjz only 6:30—"City Desk"—wjz only; The South Sea Islanders ,— • to chain 7:00—Jack Benny and Mary, etc. 7:30—Robert L. Ripley—also e 8:00—Melody Lingers Oli, Orch. 9:00—Jack Hlyton's Orch. 9:33—Walt. Wlnchell's Column 9:15—Paul Whlteman's Variety 10:30—Dreams of Long Ago, Play 11:00—The Twin City Foursome 11:10—Pi-ess-Hndlo News Period 11:15—Slumdor and His Violin —e; Walter Wlnchell—west rpt. 11:30—El Chico Spanish Itcvue— basic; Paul Whitemau— Dixie rpt. 12:00—Earl Mines and Orch. 12:30—Tom Coakley's Orch. V I HE (MEN ' PUT OUT 1 Butler, Pa.—Lightning bolts picked on the fire department hero three times In the same day. One struck the home of Fireman Harry Miller, setting fire to the porch an(1 destroying his radio. The second hit the home of Chief Earl McKlnloy. The third put the fire siren out ol com mission. Cagney Runs Wild And a St. Louis woman Is the cause of it all! See him as a rough, tough truck driver In his most exciting show! SUN.. -MON. — with — PATRICIA ELLIS ALLEN JENKINS TUESDAY DILL BOYD, In "FEDERAL AGENT" WED.-THU. JOAN BLONDELL OLENDA FARRELL — In — "TRAVELING SALESLADY" FRI..SAT. MOB STEELE, In "WEST OF GOD'S COUNTRY" Adults 15c Always Today, Tomorrow and Tuesday Only 30,000,000 PEOPLE READ THIS STORY! QN OUR STAGE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, APBM 88.81 BETTY BOOP The x>ri^in,al cartoon girl with »n all »tar ca»t of 25 people STARTS SATURDAY ~ "~ ~™ Charlie Chaplin, In "Modern Times" heart as fteeul No one.lii Up world can m«k» ;uu lavsU a« Iteartllf or tov«U J«ur PI). Added: For Tod*y ^ Japan In Chwry 8loi» toni, the molt hw»\»t|f"Jl x * a* M

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