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PAGE TWELVE. JJAUuT" tXJxmiEJK., IJONTSJWuLra :, r-A, rfATfJRDAY, MARCH 1, 1930. The Paramount A n event o f p r i m e i m p o r t a n c e i n t h o local o n f e r t a i n m e n ' worll i s t h e c o m I n c of Vv'nrjwr Bros, d a t ' c i n K . nit u r i i l ml "Show of Shows." the P . i r a m u n n ! Thr-.Mre M o n d n y for a [ t'hrp«;-lay a t i r a c i i o n 1-Ivery form of th · d o n r o k n o w n , am! m a n y new c.ronrions by t h o s e ; w i i v i r d s of t h v l i g h t fat.it.astf''. O i i a l l n r ; ! Sues Divorcetl Mate t a l k i n g . : t « u r r r - r r v i H \ the w h i c h arrive.; ;il i a n i l H a A k e l l . are i'.ii luded in t h e s l i t - j t o r m K a n d iiH-kwIiou, u u m b p r s o f t h e extrnvasan/.a. Kvr-rv «rl of t h e a t r i c s ! ha; i t s espochil "spr,." d t i r i n j , ' t h e p n e - j orp ma of tingled K l o r y . .lohn B a r r y - i mo-e m a K n l f l f i i t i y p r e « e n t * n \-=c*ne ; fro'ti Shakespeare's ' K i n p Henry V I , " I r e n e Hordoni sings her chic floras in her d e l i t r h t f u U y broken E n g l i s h ; W i n n i e L i c h t n e r do«s ht-r tornfoolrry w i t h i h e aid of cenUe B n T M o n t a n a : M y r n a Loy and Nick f,nr-a*; put on a Chinese Paiitapy w h i c h h a s a l l the m a g i c of the K n f i t ; th-ere are- fionRs l i i n o f u l and h a u n t l n p r : Trnorfces C.-.rpontler and several h u n d r e d nthlf-t.ii- maidens do cal- i s t h e n i c s in the rtha-low oi vile K i f f f i Tov-'fM-; t h e r e are famous flUigo h-eavies doin.r; s w a s h b u c k l i n g p i r a t e s with IIR fa'rr.oiw lalies of stac;e and screen as t h e : r damsels in d l f i t ' W f i and so on al i n f i a i l u m . Th«» ( J r a n l F i n a l e , for instan-w. in- e'lii'les ton specialty d a n c i n g team«. thn-o h u n d r e d a n d f i f t y d a n c i n g girls anei m e n , one ' h u m i n d and f i f t y ue.«ro h o o f o r s ami h a l l e l u j a h rthoutors and t h e rainbow throiiK ,fi le-d by Alexander Gray and the Quen of tho Revels, H-et y Com;:rion. "Th^ Show of Shows" (·as' includes scores upon scores of or.'h-»r s t a r « anionjc w ; i i c h may be men- t i o n - M i G r a n t . Withers. Krsink Fay, Alire Wh te, r«ty i l u t h M i l l o r , Tully Marsha 1. 15. H. W a r n e r . K k h a r d Barthel- m{-.'··«. M o n t e Bhir. M i k e Lucas, Lila Lee. l.lr.\iRla* Fairiwnks. J r . . Ted l.t-y it;. M o l l y O'Day. ,· itc.|ti«line [xg'.m, C!ar'Ti( : -l Myers. L o u i s * Frazenda, Will i a m Collier, .Ir., A n t l u m y l . ) u « h r l l a n d Ixii; W i l o n . The Paramount S t n c o t h e a d v e n t o l t a l k i n g p i c t u r e s T'ut. y R u t h M i l l e r luu been one of t h e busiest. Kiri.s in Hollywood. "So Long Letly." t h e f w i t u r c p i ( t u r e a t i h o Para-. j r o u n t Theiitro is her s e v u n t h t a l k i e , i KfH'-'Ui.se of her f l n « voice and her a c t - ' ing a b i l i t y «he lian :X'rn in constant j d e m a n d , s t e p p i n g r i ^ l i t o u t o f o n e r o l e , i n t o a n o t h e r . j I i ; "So Lon:; L e t l y " she p l a y s one of Hie iMimmer r-ottttg--- wives, ( I r a n i , i \\"itiu.-rs x p l a y i n g i'.er h u s b a r u l . w h i l e , the n e x t door n e i K h N i r s un; " L e t t y , " the fumoirVi charac.ler portrayex.1 by ; {'lisi"lot'e Creenwood, w i t h t h e r o t u n d lU'ri Koach p l a y i n g l i e r h u s b a n d . I n a d d i t i o n l.o "So I/ons; L e t t y . " the t i m e - i f n l : n o l o d y oi the i-t-.ge. h a l f a d o / e n I o t h e r c a t c h y t-tonss l i a v e been add'xl t o ; I h i s W a r n e r Hros. ari-1 V i t u p h o n o version of the famous- s f s i K C farce. Lloyd ' H a s f i i d i r e c t e d ( h e p i i - l u r p , w h i c h w a s ' a!a|-Uxl lo the screen by Robert I/orl i and A r t h u r Caesar. j O t ' i e r p o p u l a r p l u y rn in Hie :isl, of "So l,oii:,- I x M l y " are C l a u d e ( . l i l l i n x - · w a ' j r. M a l l i i n i Cooley. K f M e n Footer.' l l a n y (.;ribbon a m i M a r i o n Byron. "I'll" program il.-o in 'hides A mo* and A n l y . a V i t a p h o n e - n e t , t a l k i n g - t s e r i a t i a n d t a l k i n j , ' n e w s reel. Mrs. Betty K l k i n s Gr f o r m e r operatic star, $50.000 breach of pr at Chicago against Greaves, below, her fi bnncl. Mrs. Greaves dr i m m e d i a t e l y a f t e r t h r in 1027 he began to i her to remarry and whi sented ha married * aves, top, las filed n. miso suit erbert Ii. -rmer hus- "lares that :r divorce iiicnrf with n ahe con- Confluence COXFLl-EXOI ; ;. M a r . I . - - H a r r y H a r n i i ' i i of A c c i d e n t . M d . , was a r e c e n t b u s i n e s s v i s i t o r i i t o w n . [·'rank Vi'ass of A d d i s , n t o w n n l i i p w a s i n l o w n y e s t c r i U i y t r a n s a c t i n g b u s i n e s s . .1. D. ( ' c j l l ) o r u of I In. 1 ,!· sey C h u r c h , who has foe MI v e r y ill '.'or several m o n t h s , is r e p o r t (M.I s l i p l u y I m p r o v e d . \V. A. Rird ot L U t u u b u 'i was h e r e y e ~ H ' j day on h i s way to i-' 'inerset. Hr. '!'. d. E f i c K s , s u p e r i i t e n d e u t . of t h p M c K t ' f . ' s j i o r t D h - l i ' i i . P i t t s b u r g M. K. Confert.'iu-i.'. wa.-i a r c e n t v i s i t o r w i - ' i i K v. H. \V, .laitiiso . p a s t o r of t h e M. K. (..'hiirch h e r e . Mis U a c ' h e ! Hiis'ieUi.T Y,- v i i i i U i i g f r i e n d . - ; i n P i U s b i i r : ; a t p ' e s e u l . I ' i ' o f . C. C. S h a f f e r , pan - s n a l n|' our schools, has r e t u r n e d i'r -in A U a n t i i : C i t y , w h e r e h e h a d u l t " n etl a n edn- c a i i o n a l i i s s o c i t i i ' o n c o n \ · n t i m i he!d l here. (ienr!e - l . e n h a n of (!'.en v o n d was a r e c e n t v i s i l o r i n t o w n . The Orpheum W h e n Hie b e a u t i f u l g i r l c o u n t e r s a l p ; ; ' i ' i m n t o - proposal of m a r r i a g e lend- err-d by a I and-some young; man w i t h s u c h a sta c m e n l . as: " I ' l l sen Ihee h:in.-''d," l l i . n g s a r e hound l o h a p p e n . And h a p p e n they do in "TamiiiR of i h f Shrew" w h i c h comes t o t h o O r p b c i u n T h e y t r e M o n d a y us t h e f e a t u r e a t t r a c t i o n f o r t h r e e days a n d l i k e w i s e b r i m s M a r y Pick.ford and Douglas F a i r b a n k s t o the screen t o g e t h e r T o r t h e l i r s l . t i m e . i-'rom i h e o p e n i n g shot, t o t h e f i n a l f a d e o u l . " T a m i n g of the S h r e w " is j u s t , one loaf; 1 , g l o r i o u s l a u g h . From t h e lirst inome-m. s«y but stubborn P e t r t i e h i o ( D o u g l a s F a i r b a n k s ) l a y s oyc.s u p o n his bride-to-be, t h e stormy, t e m p e s t u o u s K a t h p r i n e ( M a r y Pickford i t h e r e e n s u e s a battle of w i t s a n d w i l l s . Loving her (lory t e m p e r , a n d i n t r i g u e d b y h e r d e f i a n t r e m a r k : " I ' l l see t h e ; h a n g e d ! " P o t r u c h i o Rf(s a b o u t u n c e r e m o n i o u s l y t o tame t h e S h r e w . To make/ things more comp l i c a t e d , he employs iho very tactics t h a t have won her the coBgnomen of " w i l d c a t " t h r o u g h o u t a l l o f I t a l y . How she resists, and how the u l t i m a t e s o l u t i o n Is worked out could o n l y be t o l d by Shakespeare. In this screen s t o r y of the Bard's i m m o r t a l comedy, b r o u g h t to Iho s-cree.ii for the f i r s t t i m e in the 'listory ot motion pictures by Mary Pii-Word and Douglas Fairbanks, every bit of essential dialogue, comedy a n c s t r i k i n g s i t u a t i o n h a s been levft. i r l a e t t h r o u g h o u t product i o n . This was accomplished by Sam T a y l o r , the man who directed "Tami n g of the Shrew" a n d , before t h a t , "Coquette," w h i c h established Miss Piok'ford as om of the- greatest emo- t i o n a l actresses the screen has ever seen. C r i t i c s w h o h a v e seen t h e "Taming of the S h r e w " h a i l it as an a c h i e v e - m e n t i n soiind-record-ing, t h a n k s t o the i n n o v a t i o n s supplied by David Forrest, whc was responsible for the m i c r o p h o n e w o r k on "Coquette." The Orpheum An b e f i t s t a e greatest outdoor (spectacle classic' of film hifit.ory. V i c t o r F l e m i n g , a pe-nius in t.bU field of mot i o n p i c t u r e produclion. was chosen as ihe man 10 d i r e c t "The V i r g i n i a n , " w h i c h is on t ic (screen nl the Orph'Him. i But i t s gieatest c l a i m to a l l - t i m e I honors HIM in its g e n e r a l perfection In every d e p a r t m e n t . There is i p r o a t c a s t : Clary Cooper, W a l t e r Huston. Richard A r k n , M a r y B r i a n , Eugene Palletie. Cheater C o n k l i n . K. If. Cal- j vert,, H e l e n v\'are-»--a s u p e r b g r o u p of j a r l i r i t s who have proved t h e i r w o r ' h on the stage and t h e t a l k i n g Hcrtfcn. j Then- Is m a i i e r f u l direction, by V i c - ' tor F l e m i n g , a genius in his a r t . T h e r e ] arc gorgeous settings--the real o u t - j ·cloor^ o' the pine-dotted c a t t l e ranges | of t h e old We .si. There in tense drn.ma, j rich romam\ r o l l i c k i n g humor- and i t h e t h e m e i s one w h i c h dealt) w i t h a n j exact c h a p t e - i n A m e r i c a n p i o n e e r 1 days. A l t h o u g h t - i i f j is die first p i c t u r e in i w h i c h Coopfr and Mh-iK U r i a n h a v e both oppB.'irO'l t h e y have, been w o r k i n g on a d j o i n i n g tvets for moro t h a n three y e a r f . Both have been u n d e r contract l.o P a r a m o u n t since t h e s t a r t of t h e i r screen i;iiroei s. T h r o u g h (.'banco Uiey »ihv«ys nilsspl beins; cant oppofiltfi each o t h e r , or e.vei in the sarni! picture. A movietone a c t , sound ncwe rwl and t a l k i n g c o m e d y are also included. ABE MARTIN On Terrorism Kl^MKll vMdOTS OX H I S WAY T' R A N K TH 1 PROCKKPS VHQM TH' SALK H I S COW. K l i r e r M o o t s sold h U cow Wednes!day a n ' C o n s t a b l e I ' l u i n p u t t h ' t o w n u n d e r m a r t i a l l a w t i l l J O I m e r c o u l d sit t ' l h ' b a n k w i t h t h ' m o n e y . Tul'; a b o u t Paul R e v e r e a n ' hi:; fainoi'-K r i d e ! V i s l e n J a y an e x c i t e d i - o i i r U r d r o v e h u r r i e d l y t h r m t TM h Hloon C e n t e r a n ' alor.i; t h ' c o u n t r y s i d e C A p p l e O r o v e a a n o u n c i i f t h a t B a n d i S t e w N u s e n t h a d been p a r o l e d , ti' c i ' i i r s e t h a t m e a n t h i d i n ' a l l \/a!cl; s a n 1 L i b e r t y -nnids. a n ' t h ' Sener; i c e s s a t i o n o' all b u s i n e s s . K . i r U i v u r l ; * \\\r/. i h r m / n a r o u n d l h ' b a n k ,m' t h ' '.-reutt'M I ' t c i t t ' i i u - n t p:.'(- vniieil 1-Vri i s n a n ' d r r i n - s i ' c b a i i d i i s to- K c - t l i e r h a v e jest a b o u t M r i p p r t l l l l o o m I ' l ' n u i . TU' t n w u U a ~ Uiii; 1 - hud a a c r d i n a n c c .mi::' e u r r y i i ; ' l i r e a r i n s , a n ' t ' d a y ( ' o t i s t a b l e P l t i t n s , p p e d i h ' s;;le o' a!' h i u i i t i ; : s t r i i i n e n l - · T h o : '.i i r i t ' . i n ' i ' lie s o : i ) - L h i n ' i n . py a b o u t t i t ' i v i n i e w a v e Thil; 1 ,-; a : t ' I i t ! ( | i i ) m i - ! ! S " i - i i t ! ' I . i o v \ - j''a '.I'iien siMit'.'- ) » ! . ; ; C « / b:]'-;'.n*-s. r . - ^ o j i i i - i u f k ' i ' l i i i v i i u a l . h a s - i : : n f o ! i i i ! ' d o l i . i - s . Tin r r.i '.c'.!!.-i' ':o»i-i :!ea"'.y a! i l l - ; i i ' ' ! · ' _ · ! , ' . H O V « - » \ . ' I - - V , M i i ' y fa'. d : i i o t i e insi.m. -.- 'i'ei: H-.I-.K:--. '.-,-eive.t a ;···- Ic;- t r t ' i n .1 c l i c v . j i r o - n i H l n ' C s-i-vd h ; ' v S ' M V a n ' a s Ii- f ' ;-'.--il f . - n n i : a ' p · : · , . - . (· fl c l- UP W L f / . i . ' ! : !'· o ; i ! e , | by a j I o n s b l u e p i s t o l , F o r t t i u itely. ha'd i l e f t his f Q i u i t a l n pen in th waistcoat 1 o' his dinner suit, an' l h ' bandit, fcot n n r . h i n ' fer h.is t r o u b l e . I Late Pud has r e m o v e d I i ' n i m i i i f ' boards f r o m h i w car a f t e r : \ v o oost-iy e x p e r i e n c e s . His w i f e , w 10 choke*! | on a lai'i;e costume n e o k l a i e b e t w e e n t h ' .narase a n ' l h ' h o u s e , i s s f l l i i n ' it c r i t i c a l c o n d i t i o n , f j a f e s c a r r y i u ' , t h r t ' ( K l k t o o t h c h a r m s i'n his slom: ach, a n ' o n l y last week it took t w o [ d o c t o r s l' r e m o v e a large I r t n t i n ' case ; s i l v e r w a t c h f r o m h i s moiil t . a n ' t h e y had t' p u l l h:s u p p e r t e e t h (' {lo it. : A r t i e S m a l l , o' l h ' K l i t e Oruif an' : l i u u r i l i n ' l l i j u s e . lias bouji! t u new n o n - s l i a t i e r d i a m o n d s c a r f j i i i i a f t e r l i a v i s i ' bvoii shut f r o m t ndv-r two o t h e r s . A n e a t u p p e a r i n ' st a n C t - r ap- ' p r o a e h o d T a x i D r i v e r Lan 'e! Mopes a n ' a.-iked him C d r i v e hi: i 1' some · p l a c e w h e r e h o - ' O i t l d b u y » d r i n k a n ' p ' a y some p o k e r . As t h t - r u i/. i ; o t h l n ' r , : i i i ~ u a " : in H i ' i'eqnt-st M p i - - i sns- ti ::o!'ni!2'. V l s : * ' r d a ' a c a i ' i , v'\\7. f r o m i i i n i u i i i i i i . i . 1 h u ' u i l t . in tli-' snow a f t e r pasain' t h ' first l a m p post. O' course l o t s o' crimes are not re- j p o r t e d as t h ' victims do not w a n t any j n o t o r i e t y . Joe Kite's son, fifteen, t i e d I h i a f a t h e r w i t h barbed w i r e a n 1 r e ' l i e v e d him o' t h r e e d o l l a r s a n ' b o u g h t 1 l i i n i a e l f a p a i r o' shoes. Two weeks l a t e r ho s t u n n . K l him w i t h a book-end I a n ' robbed him o' $13, w h i c h he g a v e | t' his m o t h e r . i T i l f u r d Moo:.s has gone back t' a j horse a n ' btmgy a f t e r b a v i n ' five I m n - a - b o u t s stolen. A (jaug o' racket- j oers, s u p p o s e d l y belougin' t' some I n o t o r i o u s m a l t r i n i f r look Grocer Wea J Piisey fer a ri( e. Later his body w u x f o u n d out by t h ' saw m i l l w i t h a b o t t l e cup ove · each eye. I L i t t l e An nit? May L o u , d a u g h t e r o' : M r , a n ' M r s . Leslie Moon,' w o n l h ' ; h a n d s o m e ladies' wrist watch by ,; j{in.'Kslu' i l l ' exact n u m b e r o' shot in ; C a s h i e r L i l o T h a r p ' s body. Mr. W i n d s o r K a l e , w h o w u x n e x t n e a r e s t h a s a.'lu-d fer a rd o u n t . Monday--Tuesday--Wednesday WARNER BROS. STAR'S* i m i d · J o b nrr A rt h « #j Wro. B « k » w t U H fal [*] ® II llfctar* N o · h 8 0 0 1 1 : f · 1 1 r B I « i o i s , . % M l « t « B 11» » ^^ I r o n * B* · Mobnrt B AntfMny Buitolt B y i on Etta yn* C l a l r * Jlr omivCtenmwn [n] ¥] "» J«ok M a l h a i uth C l i f f o r d ' Jr - B»«ly' 'c*rayt«n Molnl* Conklln Cbwtar C«flhlln D«lare» Ooitnl H»I«n* Ontell* Wm. Court«na V l * l * D i n * F « y A I I c « O 0 y M i r e e l i a * Dry S « l l r E H » r » * STJIRS Wlnnla t.ltMnat Bcatrle* L i f l l * Jawiuelln* LagM» M y r o a L * y N l e f c L o e a « Tally MUrthall Chtrfcy Ma»*a Otto M*tU*«a C*rm«l M»yer» Pttay OuOt MUVr Bull Montana i. · · M c r a Chester Morrl* J»«h M u l b i l l fdmm M u r p h y Mari»n N l K o n VbMifair Oaknun M » l f y O'Dm S « l l y * O ' W » I H CMrtmk Olnutcwf ttttf^" K»lt» ^ « » b « C*t»(n«n And*r llundolpb E..J. Ra :cllff* H l n - T I o - T i n B a r t R a » t h Sldj S I I » · r » F » y F r * n k t*x)»« P.ulL. A l ^ » r t O r . o , Aleunriw Gray E $ ? H - · · W a r n v r Ltoyil, H«aiTlt»n IpP^^fl A t i « * W h l t a H a r r i e t Lah« ^W.nt^ L « l f W l l « * n L ·!»· Can* ' · » * T«J Wtlllarai Fraitc** L«« Grant W l t f c t r * L . I r,*' L. v k a L*ra*ta VMU( T e L * w l « T » « L « * l ( C»cr(i4Cary ntta* jba TECHPOSOLCMi Hu«lrt»a Amos and Andy--7 O'clock. Admissioii, Matinee lOc 35c; Night 15c 50c ALL TALKING COMEDY AND ALL TALKING NEWS REEL a Ti ne of Shows--1, 3:30; Features 7--Last Show !) O'clock. Thursday, Friday, £ aturday--Monte Blue, Davy Lee and Betty Compson in "SKIN DEEP' ount Theatre TODAY Charlotte Greenwood in"So Long Letty" With Grant Withei s, Bert Roach, Helen Foster and Pi tsy Ruth Miller Vitaphonc A c t , Talking 1 $ rial and Talking 'ews Rwl Admission--MutJruv Ifle ind 25r.; Nlphl liic and 35c M o n d a y , I'tiesd) y «nd Wednesday "SHOW C F SHOWS" Monday--Tuesday--Wednesday ALL-TALKING. ALL-LAUGH I NO COMEDY / SMASH/ w* TOiAY -w First Outdoors Classic of Talking Screen THE. MARY and Douglas 2 /h an adaptation of Shakespeare!s Adapted and SAM TAYLOR Also AM-'hiJUinir Comedy, Movietone Act and Gary Cooper Walter Huston Also Our Gang C and Sou Richard Arlen Mary Brian medy With Sound nd News | Henry J o h n s o n of Par mi i K t :n 1 spent. Friday e v e n i n g in Ohiopy e. i K. C. Show has gone to Con loll.s- v i l l e to spend a f e w weeks. j O. R. .Jackson of U u i o n t o w i i was I visiting O h i o p y l e f r i e n d s . Ohiopyie }j. Snow was a v i s i t o r in U u i o n t o w i i Perryopolis - s n (· \v a ? "'idjtf' 1^-P- mped out U'hen ptacod in Hie columnfl of Tho; Cour.er bring r-Mjnl-ts. Try them. i M _ i : W h e n \ ot Wnnt 5som«thiT\it Use the Classified Auver*igpments. O l l l U I ' Y h J O , M a c . l - - - M l s s Cu Ht.KK-i '!' C f i i f l n e i K - c s p i ' i n i M l l i n i ; o n O l i i o p y l e f r l o n d w . L(:igli Sliow of K a i i T i i o n l , \V. s p i M i d i i m the week w h l i II'IK |. Mr. H I I d Mrs. I r a Show. Mrs, B a r i o n J a c k s o n was a i n C.'oiifliieiH-e T h u r s d a y H l ' i e r i i l O l l i o t i ROITRH o f C o i i f l u r n c r Frirtay i n O h i o p y i e t r n E s a c t i u ness i m p r e s t s . K r i c l u y a., is n i s , Miss E u n i c e Ilat'JVrly, sUidi j in. n u r s u al I IK; A.lli'.slK j uy C k - u c r a l I I o K j i l l a ! , I ' i U . K l i i i r K , s|)ent M IV w h o u r s w i t h her l:in.MilH, Mr. a n d M r s . W. H. K a l T e r l y o n T h u r s d a y al'U'i'tiooa, M r s . .\". A. K n o t i c r w a s a ^ l i i i j i f X ' r i n ( . ' ( t n n c l l s v i l l c ' F r i d a y . W i l l i a m A t i g i i s i i i H - o f H i d w p ' l w a x a c a l t i » r in t o w n F r i d a y . L i t e r a r y S o c i e t y , h f l d T l i n r i - ' d a y p.vciiiiis; in t l i o n u b i l e school, was J a r g e l y attended. 1.!- C!hurlen Slia.w of Scotldale w a n v i s i t i n j ? w i t h friend. 1 * T h u r s d a y . A l u n c h tor scliou! t-liilc.ifi.Hi s o r v u d at. UK- C h r i s l i n n t ' h t i i ' i : l i sonuMf 'I'hurHihiy. 'I'-ht-M-o lunitlH-.- ;t n o n i i n ; i l s t u n iijul consist ot wliolesDiiie food I'-or scliool c l i l U i Alis:-:.'.s A n n c l l a l.'iU'H and I. Cnr.son .spent i l i c wi-i'lt-unil al (.'!;: \ v i l h r f i a t i v e s . · Tti« soplioiii'irc I'iass of 1'cny School w i l l h o l d u p a r t y i n t l i c - sctiool h i i i l i t i n K i h i s e \ i ' i \ i n s O n \Vi' j iliiftsd:iy c v f i i i n c t h e ; i ( l t i v e sif!-( of thp Moi.iess''n (-(isrh H d e b a t i n g team came l.o t ' t j r r y o Mrs. I I P iv w a s p a r - i'-OSI v.'hlle Perry's flffirmalive team went to I MonusKcii. II. was merely a practice i for the teams. No decision was given. Misses Reba Hollor, L u c i l l a Buttor- niorc and A d d a Jay Martin had dinner T h u r s d a y evening w i t h Miss Flor-enoe London. Terry High School b a s k e t b a l l taama w i l l inoel. the K-vdstone teams on Ilia local flooi' K r l d u y o von ing. The 1'wry C.raik, School boyB 1 l i u n k ' J l h n l l i(;:it)i.s di-l'euted the 1011s- w o r l l i J i i n i o V l l i R - h Kclioot team on the local lldor T h u i - s d u y i i f l u r i i o o u . Tin' I ' c r r y Kr;idi' g i r l s lo.sl lo i h e i r opponents. Nobody k(.*pi. .si-ore. I'atrooizo those wno advertise. Class OverlloiifsL hoot 1 H101IX C I T Y . I o w a , l i a m P l u m b . a.-,«isiiim l i l i v - . A i c H . i n M o r n i n j i s t a s o u g h t lo ii:,;i ihr- h o n o iy l i s t r i b M t i i \ « Till ( i C - i i n I mipiu'd. Thi Ix/x aiifi opened a f t e r .Mar, I. ---Wili n s t r u c t o r i t i colU-g-o hori*, i y of the cla«i ( i C - i i n i g K w h e n clasti | ) l a c f l by t h e door l a j s hat been Jie- e o u t i i i a c ' i 5:.; coppers.

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