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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1932
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Feldman country home. Thirty
guests were present, and eight ta
ble of bridge were at play. High
scores were made by Mrs. Werner
Rietmann and Fred Lucas, and
low by Mrs. Inez Freeland and M.
Mrs. Carl Barlow and son Jack,
whose home is In the mountains
above Hardman, spent the last of
the week with her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Lee Howell. From here Mrs.
Barlow went to the home of Mrs.
James Lindsay for a visit Prior to
her visit in lone she had been
spending two weeks at the Grant
Olden home on Rhea creek.
Mrs. Lonnie McCabe and Mrs.
James McCabe were given a bri
dal shower Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Lonnie McCabe's mo
ther, Mrs. Arthur Keene, on Rhea
creek. Many friends were present
from Lexington and the neighbor
hood in which the McCabe and
Keene families live. Those in at
tendance from lone were Mrs. Carl
Allyn and Mrs. Lee Howell. The
brides received many beautiful
Eighty-eight were in attendance
at the Union Sunday school last
Sunday. Teachers and pupils are
hard at work on the Easter pro
gram to be given in the Christian
church at 10:30 Easter morning.
Following the program is given in
brief: orchestra music; exercise
song by Mrs. Walter Robert's class,
exercise by Billy and Bobby Drake;
solo by Ernest McCabe; song by
boys of Miss Veda Eubank's class;
song by Mrs. Lee Howell's class,
duet by Helen Lundell and Doro
thy Howell, exercise and recita
tions; playlet, solo and chorus by
Mrs. J. W. Howk's class; chorus
by high school class, and two an
thems and accordian music by J.
W. Christopherson from the Bible
class. There will also be singing
by a male quartet Everybody is
invited to hear this program.
On Sunday evening, April 3, C.
H Harrison of Portland, superin
tendent of the Congregational
churches of Oregon, will speak in
the Congregational church at this
place. A cordial invitation to be
present is extended to all.
Mrs. Dale Ray entertained a par
ty of young people Friday evening,
complimenting her daughter, Miss
Gladys Brashers. Cards were the
diversion of the evening with deli
cious refreshments served at a late
hour. Present were Miss Veda Eu
banks, Miss Margaret Crawford,
Earl McCabe, Milton Morgan, Nor
man Swanson, Frances Ely, Berl
Akers and Claud Brashers.
Miss Gladys Brashers returned
Sunday to La Grande to resume her
studies at the state normal school.
In company with her brother Claud
she made the trip by auto. Mr.
Brashers returned home the same
Francis Troedson, a freshman in
commerce at Oregon State college,
is spending the Easter vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo
Garland Swanson, a student at
the Eyerly aviation school, Salem,
and Norman Swanson, student of
Willamette university, are visiting
home folks during the Easter vaca
Mrs. Perry Bartlemay and son
Perry Jr. motored up from Quin
tan Monday for a visit at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Morgan, Mrs.
Ernest Lundell and Earl McCabe
were Pendleton visitors Saturday.
The two ladies went to the city to
have glasses fitted.
Raymond Crowder, editor of the
lone Viewpoint, spent Friday and
Saturday of last week with his wife
and children at McMinnville.
Coach Tucker informs us that
the lone high school' baseball team
will play at least six games before
the close of school. At this time
we are able to give but two of them
April 1, lone will play Arlington
at Arlington, and on April 15 lone
will play Condon at Condon.
Guests at the Harvey Ring home
last Friday were Mrs. Sam Ledbet
ter, Clayton and Bobby Gene, from
Hood River, and Mr. and Mrs..
Glover Peck, Dorothy and Ronald
from Hermiston. Mrs. Ledbetter
had been visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Rowell, at Stanfleld,
but this week is returning to her
home in Hood River. Mrs. Ledbet
ter and Mrs. Peck are sisters of
Mrs. Harvey Ring.
Marshal and Clinton Jackson and
their sister, Mrs. Edith Jackson,
motored over from Weiser, Idaho,
on Thursday of last week. They
are packing their household goods
preparatory to shipping them to
their new home near Weiser. The
Jackson family, long time residents
of this section, have been spending
the winter in Idaho and now have
decided to locate there.
Ed Buschke is moving this week
from the W. F. Honey land which
he has been farming to the Martin
Behm ranch northeast of town. Mr.
Buschke is disposing of his horses
and buying a tractor. He will do
the plowing n the Wells Spring
Kurt Kuhne of Oakland, Cal., is
a guest at the Lana Padberg ranch
home on Rhea creek.
Mrs. Ethel Fraser of Long Beach,
Cal., arrived the first of the week
for an extended stay at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Sam Hatch.
Former governor Walter M.
Pierce was in lone Friday circulat
ing his own petition for nomination
as representative in congress. He
greeted many of his old friends
On Thursday of last week Fred
Nlchoson and G. A. Petteys went to
Court Rock and on Saturday they
returned to lone bringing Albert
Petteys and family back with them.
Albert Petteys, wife end children,
are now at the G. A. Petteys home
on Willow creek." Mr. Pcteys has
been very 111 for many months and
his condition is not much improved,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Linde-
ken, Mrs. Paul O'Meara and Ralph
Ledbetter were business visitors in
Pendleton on last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Halvorsen
for a short visit with Mr. Halvor-
sen's father. Mat Halvorsen, and
with his sister, Mrs. Walter Eu
banks. Accompanying Henry on
the trip was his brother, Louis Hal
vorsen who is a student of the nor
mal school at La Grande.
Mrs. Hal O. Ely gave a dinner
Sunday, honoring her father, W. F.
Palmateer, who had passed another
milestone on the journey of life.
Guests present were Mrs. Corson,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmateer and
children, Mrs. Earl Morgan and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie E.
Eubanks, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Ely
and Maxine, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Matthews, George Ely, Francis Ely,
Margaret Ely and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wade of Es
tacada have been visiting at the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. George
Kitchen of Morgan and Mr. and
Mrs. Hal O. Ely of lone. The
Wades who are relatives of the
Kitchen and Ely families came
Friday and returned Sunday.
Mrs. Dixon Smith gave a tea at
her home Marc?i 16, honoring Mrs.
Franklin Ely. Besides the honor
guest and her little daughter Fran
cine, those present were Mrs. Elvin
Ely and Maxine, Mrs. Bert Palma
teer and Laura Ann, Mrs. Martin
Bauernfeind and Gene.
Mrs. Franklin Ely and little
daughter of Morgan left Sunday for
Portland where they will visit at
the home of Mrs, Elya parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Pierrot Mr,
Ely took thera as far as Arlington
FOR MARCH TERM
MRS. ELLA FARRENS.
Tryouts for the spelling contest
were held Friday afternoon at the
school house. Neva Bleakman, sev
enth grade pupil won high honors,
spelling all the words correctly but
one from 850 words. Roland Far-
rens won second place, misspelling
four words from the same number,
Lois Stevens, fifth grade pupil, won
first place in the lower division and
Frances Inskeep, second. These are
the same contestants that repre
sented our school last year.
Clair Ashbaugh has been busy
the last week shingling the roof of
the high school building.
William Greener was down from
his mountain ranch Saturday at
tending to business here.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leathers were
attending to business in Heppner
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Knighten and
Miss Marjorie Montgomery spent
the week end in Heppner visiting
Loye Johnson was an all day vis
itor of Mr. and Mrs. Lew Knighten
D. Snitzchner was visiting friends
here Sunday and Monday.
Fan Miller, Mrs. Carry Hastings
and daughter Yvonne were bust
ness visitors in Heppner Monday.
Glen Farrens is reported to be ill
at Belvie Adams' sheep camp on
Bill Johnson has gone to work
for William Greener at his moun
Mrs. Harvey Harshman and chil
dren and Earl Redding were visit
ing friends and relatives here Sun
day. Tom Fraters who spent the win
ter here returned to his home in
Eight Mile last week to begin
spring work on the farm
Frank McDaniel spent Saturday
at his home here.
Mrs. Clyde Swift and Mrs. Alma
Doherty were visiting Mrs. Blaine
Chapel one day last week.
Tilden Williams was a caller in
town one day last week.
Ed Merrill was attending to bus
iness here one day last week.
Several of the young folks went
hiking and horseback riding to
Rock creek Saturday afternoon.
Mr. John Adams passed through
town Monday evening.
Ad Inskeep made a trip to Dry
Fork Saturday, returning the first
of the week.
Mrs. Walter Farrens has gone to
cook for lambing hands at Jerome
O'Conner's on upper Rhea creek.
There was quite a lot of excite
ment in Hardman Saturday when
several of the young buckaroos
tried their luck at riding a wild
bronc, belonging to Verl Farrens.
Only one was successful in the at
tempt Jean Leathers was absent from
school Monday due to a minor in
jury received while playing on the
Walter Farrens left for work at
the Jim McCarty ranch near Heppner.
Verl Farrens left for work at the
Fricture ranch near Lone Rock
An error was made in the an
nouncement last week that there
would be a community program
and dinner in connection with the
planting of trees at the school house
April 2. On May day there will be
a community program and dinner
open to the public while on April
2 the members of the Forestry club
and townspeople expect to plant
trees on the school ground, but
there will not be a program nor a
public dinner given at that time.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neill, Harold
and Ralph made a business trip
to Hermiston Sunday,
Miss Elsie Strain spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Neva Neill
while Mrs. Neill was at Irrigon.
Mr. and Mrs. Tindal Robison of
Eight Mile spent Saturday night at
the C. H. Bartholomew home. They
were on their way to Pendleton to
visit Mr. Robison's cousin.
Charley Morehead returned home
from the hospital in Heppner Wed
nesday. He had been there for sev
eral days suffering from the "flu
O. F. Bartholomew attended the
St Patrick's dance in Heppner
Burl Wattenburger made a bus
iness trip to Heppner, Lexington
and lone Saturday.
Harold Gelger and his father, Mr,
Geiger, went to their home in Eu
gene one day last week.
Mrs. Earl Abbot and Bernlce
C1UCH OF CHRIST.
JOEL R. BENTON, Minister.
Mrs. Wm. Poulson, Director of Music.
Bible School, 9:45 A. M.
Morning Worship, 11 o'clock.
Senior and Junior Christian En
deavor, 6:30 P. M.
Evening Worship, 7:30 o'clock.
Choir rehearsal, Wednesday eve
ning, 7:30 o'clock.
Church Night, Thursday evening,
IN HIS IMAGE.
"So God created man in His own
image, in the image of God created
He him." Gen. 1-27.
Some time ago a professor, a sci
entist, lecturing on evolution, ex
pressed scorn for mere religionists
who dare to entertain an idea con
cerning the origin of man without
having "first-hand information of
morphology, physiology, embryol
ogy, ecology, paleontology and gen
If the professor started out to in
timidate average folks with a par
ade of his "ologies," he surely suc
ceeded as far as most of us are
In his lecture the very learned
professor, (purblind with overmuch
knowledge), declared that man dif
fered from the brute creation only
in degree. Arrogantly he brushed
aside as impossible of acceptance
by any man of science the idea con
veyed by the Book of Genesis that
man differs from the animal in
And yet that idea has been ac
cepted by many able scientists.
Among them the following: Men
del, the formulator t of the law of
heredity; Linnaeus, the iatner oi
modern botany; Versalius, the fa
ther of modern anatomy; Was
mann, the great authority on in
sects; Muller, the father of modern
physiology; Malpighi, the founder
of the science of pathology; Pas
teur, the greatest of the world's
bacteriologists; Mme. Curie, the
discoverer of radium.
And many evolutionists, while
holding the THEORY that man's
present physical form was reached
through a long process of evolution,
accept the Bible idea that he be
came a rational, spiritual being by
a distinct act of Divine creation.
And so far as evolution is concern
ed, it can never be anything more
than just a THEORY; for nothing
has ever eqalled, in philosophical
integrity, or in scientific authority,
the simple language of the Bible
concerning the origin of man:
"And the Lord formed man out of
the dust of the earth, and breathed
into his nostrils the breath of life,
and he became a living soul." This
terse account can never be improv
ed upon by science. It does not tell
us the exact method, nor the exact
time required, nor can science ever
tell us even this much definite and
certain about either of these things.
All the so-called "LEARNED PRO
FESSORS" of earth may hoot at
the Bible idea that man is a dis
tinct "creation, different from the
animal in KIND; and yet no other
idea is worthy of a being of such
moral and spiritual dignity as that
which man possesses.
As we come now to the celebra
tion of the triumphant resurrection
of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus
Christ, we invite you, if you do not
have a Church home, to come and
worship with us. On this coming
Lord's Day, Easter Sunday, there
will be the Bible School session and
the morning service of worship;
the meetings of the C. E. societies;
and a union service of music at the
Methodist church at 8 p. m. The
sermon topic for the morning ser
vice will be "The Risen Christ."
milk dishes, and Delsie Bleakman
gave a report on "Why We Should
Use Milk." Club Reporter.
County Court met in regular ses
sion on March 2, 1932, with all offi
cers present, when among others
the following proceedings were
The petition to vacate part of
road No. 321 was received and W.
O. Bayless appointed viewer to act
with regular viewer and March 7,
1932, set as date for making view.
The front doors of the Court
House were ordered re-hung in or
der to conform to the State law and
to be repainted.
The survey was ordered of the
road from Cecil to the county line.
The court ordered several parcels
of land which had been taken In on
tax sales to be advertised and sold
The application of H. E. Warner
to conduct a dance hall at Lexing
ton was approved upon filing of
Penalty and interest on certain
1924 personal property tax was can
celled upon payment of full amount
of personal tax.
The following bills were approv
ed and warrants ordered issued:
H. D. Rudledge, et al, No. 1..$ 96.50
J. L. Jenkins, et al, No. 3 339.00
G. C. Krebs, et al, No. 3 121.50
Geo. R. White, et al, No. 4.... 41.95
A. Lindstrom, et al, No. 6 40.87
R. K. Drake, No. 7 54.25
N. A. Clark, No. 14 28.00
Cal Rice, et al, No. 19 106.51
J. B. Adams, et al, No. 20 145.39
E. C. Heliker, et al, No. 23 . 99.00
M. N. Kirk, et al, No. 24 91.50
J. H. Padberg, No. 24 86.52
A. Nichols, No. 8
V. L. Warren, et al, No. 25
Boardman Organizes Club.
Charles Smith, county agent, vis
ited the Boardman school Tuesday,
March 15, to organize a 4-H Sheep
club. The following are members
of the new club: George Wickland-
er, John Partlow, Stanley Partlow,
Delbert Machan, Maxine Machan,
Edgar Machan and Robert Gregg.
Mr. Smith asked Mr. Nels Kristen
sen to be our leader, and we elect
ed the following officers: President,
Delbert Machan; vice - president,
George Wicklander; secretary,
Maxine Machan; reporter, Robert
Gregg. Mr. Smith brought each
member a registered Hampshire
ewe. Each member gives Mr. Smith
this year's wool, and the first year
ling lamb raised to pay for his ewe.
Mrs. Joel R. Benton and son
Ralnh motored to Salem Wednes
day, taking Mrs. Robert Benton and.
little daughter home. The younger
Mrs. Benton has been a visitor here
for the past two weeks. '
G. T. Want Ads Get Results.
Want 10 or 15 head of cattle to
put In feed lot 30 to 40 days at 6c
per day. B. H. Peck, 4 miles south
of Lexington. 46tf.
Add A Stitch club will give an
apron bazaar Friday. March 25th,
at Slocum building, Main street. 2
4-H Club Activities.
We met with our county agent,
Mr. Smith, Tuesday, the 14th of
March. We organized our club and
elected officers: LaVern Baker as
president, Charlie Smith as vice
president, Josephine McEntire as
secretary, and LaVern Baker as
news reporter. We are to meet ev
ery other Sunday at eleven o'clock.
Our club leader, Paul Smith, re
ceived his leadership pin at the
meeting. He led the junior calf
club to a 100 per cent record last
Calf Club News Reporter,
LA VERN BAKER,
C. H. Hayden, et al, No. 9
Henry Peterson, No. 9
Oris Padberg, Nos. 15-24
A. H. Bergstrom, et al, Mar
ket H. Tamblyn, et al, Market
A. J. Chaffee, et al, Roads ..
L. N. Morgan, Market
H. S. Taylor et al, General
H. S. Taylor, et al, Market
A. J. Chaffee, et al, Market ..
W. H. French, et al, Market
A. J. Chaffee, et al, Market .. 110.05
Neill spent Sunday afternoon at the
drove over from Pendleton Sunday Roy Neill home.
First National Bank, No. 1
W. A. Price, No. 2
Gilliam & Bisbee, General
A. Lietz Co., General
Feenaughty Mach., General
Humphreys Drug Co., Gen.
G. N. Peck. General
G. A. Bleakman, General
Union Oil Co., General
A. R. Reid, General
Vaughn & Goodman, Gen.
City of Heppner, General
P. P. & L. Co., General
Spray Telephone Co., Market
Thomson Bros., Market
O. C. Stephens, Market
G. N. Peck, Market
G. A. Bleakman, Market
A. C. Keene, Market
Henry Howell, Court House
A. D. McMurdo, Physician ..
Emily Peck, Wid. Pen
Amy Collins, Wid. Pen.
Izora Vance, Wid. Pen.
Marie Shane, Wid. Pen.
Anna Slanger, Wid. Pen.
Alma Hake, Wid. Pen.
Bessie Smith, Wid. Pen,
Bertha Neal, Wid. Pen.
Iva Hiatt, Poor
West Coast Co., Election
West Coast Co., Jus. Ct.
C. J. Bauman, Various
Irwin-Hodson Co., Sheriff
City of Heppner, Ct. Hse.
Heppner Hospital, Poor
Hiatt & Dix, Poor
S. E. Notson, Court House
P. P. & L. Co., Poor
Patterson & Son, Poor
C. W. Swanson, Poor
Hughes & Hughes, Poor
M. L. Case, Various
Club Meeting Held.
A meeting of the Wee Six Cooks,
cooking club of Alpine, was called
to order on March 18 by Doris
Klinger, president At the opening
of this meeting we sang the 4-H
Clover song and gave a yell called
Chick-a-lee, led by Rhuey Sen
ter. Almost all of the members
ahead in their groups, reported at
the meeting. Gene Senter gave a
report on cereals which was very
profitable to the club members,
Four delicious cakes have been
made for extra dishes by Rhuey
GLEN P. WHITE, Pastor.
9:45 a. m., Sunday School; pro
gram by Sunday School.
11:00 a. m., Morning worship
hour; message, "The Sunrise After
6:30 p. m., Epworth League,
8:00 p. m., Easter Cantata, "Ho-
Jesus Christ is risen today
Our triumphant, holy day
Who did once upon the cross
Suffer to redeem our loss,
He lives, the great Redemeer lives,
What joy the blest assurance
And now, before his Father, God
He pleads the merits of his blood.
Let us worship the risen King.
Let us be present at His house on
this day of days. We invite you to
be present at the Sunday School
hour. The children will present a
program. There will be special
Easter music and an appropriate
message for this triumphant day.
In the evening service, we will wor
ship God in music. The annual can
tata will be given at 8 p. m.
"I am he that liveth, and was
dead, and behold I am alive for
evermore." Rev. 1-18.
ALL SAINT'S EPISCOPAL
Good Friday, March 25th. Three
hour service, from 12 noon to 3:00
Saturday, at 2:30, Easter Pageant
and egg hunt at the Parish House
for Church School children.
Easter Day. 8:00 a. m., Holy Com
munion, (The Corporatet Com
munion of the Young People's Fel
lowship, followed by breakfast at
the Parish House.)
9:45, Church School, and presen
tation of Mite Boxes.
11:00 a. m., Holy Communion and
sermon. Rev. S. W. Creasey, cele
Hardman: Rev. S. W. Creasey
will hold a service on Friday eve
nlng at 7:30. Everyone welcome.
For Sale S. C.-R. I. Red baby
chix. Hardy farm stock. Heavy
layers. Blood tested. Sunny Slope
Hatchery, Baker, Ore, 62-8
Mahoney & Co., Bonds 50.00
State, Fire Patrol 38.44
J. M. Spencer, Watermaster 40.23
Thomson Bros., Jail
W. A. Price, Poor
Humphreys Drug Co., Var.
G. N. Peck, County Court ....
G. A. Bleakman, County. Ct
W. E. Finzer, Supt.
L. E. Rocjgers, Supt
Gazette Times, Various
Happy Hearts Meet
The Happy Hearts 4-H Sewing
club met Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Cornett Green, their
leader. The officers are: Margaret
Doohttle, president; Frances Egan
vice-president; Patricia Smith, sec
retary, and Betty' Marie Adkins,
news reporter. Those present were
Margaret Doolittle, Frances Egan,
Patricia Smith, Shirley Wilson,
Betty Snider, Winifred Rasmussen,
Mary Emma Curran, Katherine
Thompson, Clara Belle Adams and
Betty Marie Adkins. They were
given their booklets and will have
their next meeting Saturday at the
home of Mrs. Green.
You'll Like These
Hot Cross Buns, Doz. 10c
Macraoons Dozen ' ,UC
LEXINGTON P. T. A.
Parent Teachers association will
meet next Wednesday evening, Mar.
30. There will be a good program
with the Boy Scouts taking part.
Everyone is urged to come.
E. R. Huston, Various
H. B. Myers, Coroner
Central Market, Poor
A. D. McMurdo, Various
Nettie Flower, Poor
C. G. Blayden, Poor
M. D. Clark, Jail
C. G. Blayden, Jus. Ot
lone Dray, Poor r...
Heppner Market, Jail
F. W. Turner, Bonds
Hardman Foresters Meet.
The Hardman Foresters held
their meeting Monday afternoon to
decide on the kinds of trees they
are going to plant Each one made
a list of the kind of trees he want
ed. April the first was the day set
to plant them, if weather condi
tions are suitable. They are also
planning a community dinner to be
held that day. Mr. Smith, the coun
ty agent, will be with them to su
pervise the tree planting.
The cooking club met on their
regular meeting day at Mrs. Knigh
ten's. Their lesson was making
custard and cocoa. They also had
a lesson in setting the table and
serving a meal. They named their
club "Come Into the Kitchen." They
served their custard and cocoa, and
criticized their work before going
home. They decided that Nellie
and Neva Bleakman were the best
Lily Johnson gave a report on
"How to Keep Milk Clean," Dolly
Farrens named several different
ON OUR MENU
afford a delicately
for your diet.
Prepared to your
order the way
you like them.
ED CRTNN, Prop.
Circulate Your oMoney in Your Own Community
HERE'S THE WAY WE SPELL VALUE
Value is that which you receive for what you
pay. You receive more quality for what you
pay at HIATT & DIX.
There is still time to get that fine
EASTER HAM if you make it
snappy half or whole hame.
They are going fast, almost sold
out. Also nice fresh eggs to go
with the ham.
Ham and Eggs for Easter Yum! Yum!
Clerk Cheese? Yes, Mrs. Newbride; do you want It snappy?
Mrs. Newbride No, take your time I'm in no hurry.
HIATT & DIX
Quality Always Higher Than Price
Beginning January 1st, all evening admissions 40c for adults and
20c for children. Sunday Matinee at 2:00 p. m., one showing only,
30c and ISo.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MARCH 24 and 25:
Mltz.l Green, Edna May Oliver, Louise Fazcmla and Jackie Searle,
based on "Let's Play King," by Sinclair Lewis. Long, Loud Laughs
for Young and Old. Hilarious fun around the story of two movie
chidl stars and their up-stage mamas in their search for publicity.
Charlie Chase in WHAT A BOZO, and PATHE NEWS KEEL.
SATURDAY, MARCH 26:
"THE CISCO KID"
Warner Baxter, Edmund Lowe, Conchita Montenegro, Nora Lane.
O. Henry's Bad Man risking his neck for a moment of romance.
UNCONQUERED AFRICA, last of the African Adventures,
and Tarklngton's HIS HONOR PENKOD.
SUNDAY and MONDAY, MARCH 27 and 28:
Wallace Beery, Clark Gublo, Dorothy Jordan and Marjorie Ram
beau, Romance and new thrills from the skies. A smashing, spec
ular story of the navy of the air.
NANNY, with Harry Lauder, "Pearls and Devil Fish," another
thriling "Fisherman's" reel and PATHE NEWS REEL.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29-30:
Robert Montgomery, Madge Evans and Roland Young, from Fred
erick Lonsdale's wittiest romance. If a man gets married during
leap year, there's something wrong with his defensive tactics.
Girls, brush up on your Leap Year Technique. See this 1032 ro
mance. Our Gang In BIG EARS.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
I ADIES OF THE JURY, with Edna Mav Oliver and Roscoe Ttes,
and THE TULANE-U. S. C. FOOTBALL GAME, live reels,
each play In fast and slow motion, March 31-April 1.
We expect to have In April Buster Koutnn In his latest comedy,
Marlon Davlos and Clark Gable In a Circus Picture, John and
Lionel Barrymore co-starring In si top notch production, Wm.
G. Robinson as a Tongmnn, one of the shockers, "Freaks," also
Will Rogers, Janet Gaynnr, Chuft. Farrell and others, an well
as some more of the older ones which we were compelled to
skip when perfectly new.