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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - May 8, 1932, Sandusky, Ohio te News Of Drama Screen Story At State Arliss Follows Is the star of modern fiction's most Ape Sunday Tuesday - makes his first on the screen in this also features Neal C. and The an African deals of a band ot leader ot the swings the love to the leading lady when engages various wild Mali Who Played ' iv comes to the State 9nd Thursday in his Man Story concerns ft talented musician of Is deprived first reaction la of the tolly of his others happy and thus for Others cast are Bette Violet Donald Cook Oscar V A Feller A reigning boy back Stats ' and that old 6ale, A Needs Story is the novel which tells affliction has into a. a physical and Aided he his Dorothy ana others also in the % ADS MAT 8, 1932- IN THE The Local Play Houses i These hold the secret The Psyche 70ur besin with and begins with normal of ural Bridge Let us the the and fit of these For girls and Combination NEW May 7 way's dwindling ranks of feminine stars been augmented ' during spring season by three actresses who learned that the Cinderella legend sometimes comes These are Dorothy of Katharine of New Haven and Margaret of And Columbus MlSs a who has been one of the town's ingenues for the last several suddenly with a startling dramatic performance in Of elevated Iter overnight movie and stage including the Theater began making efforts to sign her to For her next vehicle she finally selected a new by George Abbott and the same two who turned Miss Hepburn attracted some at two seasons ago when she supported In And Mrs. But it was as the Grown of the Amazons in that elevated her among the leading women of the Miss was making her debut in when she attracted the most comments In a that several ' has appeared In several Cleveland and and had been brought on td Kew to begin a concert tour in a dramatic went into Rose The late Edgar Wallace was a voluminous especially of the of as This His Man Who Changed His te Confoy and Fay in the leading At times the a always performances of and Miss. buoy it into dn entertaining as a Canadian 1ft fails to tell his Miss had changed his She accidentally learns this Just about the time that she thinks he is about to discover she was planning to elope with another all believe that he changed his name because he had and was in Wallace sweep his Idea on there in a tidal wave of double Peggy beauty who turned has set up an next First on program is from the pen of of She plans to have either Helen or Mary Duncan in the leading She has another probably for Lenore called Pretty the of this is John musical shows are on her one being a revue for Queenie the other a Viennese operetta Thornton author of Bridge Of San Luis is turning He has written several dramas for but now is one for It is an of Bridge a comedy by Otto Gilbert Miller will be the Flowers for Day Large Assortment displayed at 412 Columbus Ave. We Ph. 2550-W At Sandusky Today the by Theater Sunday rand has the in the plays hen Taylor follows her perf with the of Mrs. ' ' Most of the original cast I brought to Hollywood r Greta are Among r Behind the Screen Tim next drama Has been permanently named ' y and Ed Saint have been assigned roles in McCoy's vehicle Alberta Vaughn and Wallace MacDonald been signed for this Miriam petite blonde and blue-eyed girl from has signed a new long contract as a Paramount Miss Hopkins will next be seen aa a taxi singer In a public dance hall In in the - Witch George Arliss and Bette in Man Who at the State Wednesday and ATTICA GLEE CLUBS TAKE COUNTY HONORS May 7 and glee clubs alternated in sharing first and second honors in the and club Junior High School in presence of a large audience. .i In the Attica won first place and while Bloomville honors and the Attica Girls of the Republic School won third place In their Third place in tho contest went to Nine village and centralized rilgh schools of the county had representatives In both providing a program of 18 selections for the audience of parents and friends of the ED. 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ESTELLE TAYLOR It Raises Above Them All in heartaches - love and Where life Is lived where Joy and walk arm in arm with romance - where danger the shadows - love is Just around the ' ADDED News - Comedy Cartoon Miriam who has-been at almost constantly Since she won her first film success a year ago Maurice Chevalier and Colbert in Smiling has been granted absence and is enroute east for a assistant director at the en route to to assist Frank in directing the talking picture version of Apple most recent work for was the direction of Is the 1 5 ( - Which la the of extended engagements In and the - Due to the ception of the picture and Its been for first run In large cities ot ' for many years one ot Broadway's popular musical Is now devoting exclusively to talkies and that ahi has engaged for a role m Pat three The has made many screen The young ones still at are being to appear in when - ATTENTION ELKS Meet at club 1:30 Monday to attend funeral of Brother aged woman dibs May 7 - MArgaret 90, one of the of Upper tho Screen At Plaza Today the Universal Murders in the the Sunday and ' Featuring and Sidney it Is the stoty of a ' mad his fiendish Bert Brandon Hurst and are in the ' Thomas Maureen Loy featured in at the Plaza and deals who create Manhattan's skyscrapers or Is the Inevitable romantic counter Aventures of form the background at the Plaza and Pay Montagu aand others in the The Bob Is of Saturday morning In Mercy hospital been brought for treatment a fracture of hip day An is the fourth of motion picture on a sandwich after a the film colony's ocean playground at Malibu CaL diminutive women to their stripes ih a vertical line If they desire lengthening effects of the hew first time In the history nf fhA American popular young actor who created a sensation with his interpretation of the dwarf in. has been cast for a role in Edmunde Lowe is starred with Constance feminine Ill tion picture has premiere In leading Europe the time it was current oui aAd ih the larger key centers of the United The picture .is The new mode for a boon for short according to Miriam appearing World and the Who measures Just five warns Wear your old Clothes Hard Time Depression Party and Lunch MONDAY by the Glub Hall Monroe Door Reserved 16 Party Radio Man R. 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