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   Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - May 8, 1932, Sandusky, Ohio                                te News Of ^the Drama Screen 'Tartan* Story At State Toduy; Arliss Follows l^e wolrM'a- dliainpton. swiijitner, Jeftony AVelsmuller, Is the star of �n�:H>t modern fiction's most fatitos-tlc':�tortes,'"Tftm.n,. The. Ape Man," -JJi tfteStiite Sunday throtigh Tuesday :timsma.-r..^ ,      - .Welsmuller makes  his first ap-SHsafiinoe on the screen in this pro-a�i^oni;-which also features Mau-t�i(i O'SullhTin, Neal Hamilton, C. sA�ti�yiSinlth and others. The stoty, iWlftf an African locale, � deals wiih the-^adventures of a band ot explor-wers.;Ttirzaii, the'human leader ot the i^�.pe;trlbe3, swings throngh the trees, ||makes love to the leading lady when jt.li6's^not busy; engages various wild j;-anfinals;ln westllng matches. ? !'3PU% Mali Who Played God" ' iv -Gtior^ Arllss, fengland's pWem-tn�bt, thesplan. comes to the State iW4fltlcsday 9nd Thursday in his lat* esl'rjproauetlote, "The   Man   "Who 'plashed   God."   Story   concerns   ft ^v^Hhy.and talented musician who, atjthe hfetght of his, fame. Is deprived ofiiihls hearing. .Hts. first reaction la . onfe of suicide, tout'reallsine the tolly ;of;4his, (Jio, devotes.tbe.remainder of his Jlfe to.making others happy and thus re aTie reigning  boy .'actor, Jackie' Cdoper,-is back ort'.the Stats scJreen ' Friaay and Satut'day Mrith that � old cogger, Cblo 6ale, in"When A Feliet Needs A' Friend."- Story is aSaplfed ffdm the novel "Umpy" which tells {; of-k bdy^'whose affliction has tutn^d hlih into a. "coward, a physical and ijeirifotionul cbward, Aided ian'd abettfed ,by  ;re also in the % ADS SRII^G BESUIiTS . -TH^-RfeatfeTER.  SANDtJSKT.  OHIO.  SUNDAY. MAT 8,  1932- IN THE At6r)e^ctiottsAt The Local Play Houses i These sKoes hold the secret tALLDAYEASE The Psyche $500 tVoUf he'ilth, 70ur ^ood look*, *^your.'haprpincss, besin with foot-IJeise... and fpot-ejst begins with 'ifthe normal arch-support of Nat-^ ural Bridge Shoes. Let us intro-�*i;duck you.to the imartnesj, the ; iieomfort, and th� p*fect fit of these -hsupifvalue shoes. For girls and 'women. Combination .lasu- AAAAib-EEE, NEW YORK, May 7 Cff)-Broads way's dwindling ranks of feminine stars l^ave been augmented ' during the" spring season by three ytiuug. actresses who learned that the Cinderella legend sometimes comes true. These are Dorothy Hall, of Mead-vllle, ;Pa.; Katharine Hepburn, of New Haven , Conn-; and Margaret Hamilton, of Cfleyeland And Columbus MlSs Hall, a Ijlonde who has been one of the town's prettifest ingenues for the last several years, suddenly blossomed' with a startling dramatic performance in "Child Of Manhattan" thaj; elevated Iter to'stardom overnight  Immediatelj', movie and stage produce!^, including the Theater Guild, began making efforts to sign her to contracts.V For her next vehicle she finally selected "Glided Lily", a new (Jomedy by George Abbott and I^hillp Dunning, the same two who turned JSut t'Broad-vv-ay."  Miss Hepburn attracted some at fcentioh two seasons ago when she supported >rane"CowI In "Art. And Mrs. Hottle-J'v But it was as the Grown PrIndess of the Amazons in "Warrior's, Husband" that elevated her among the leading women of the Miss Hamllt6n was making her jBtoAdway debut in "Another Language", when she attracted the most laudptbr^ comments In a ca^t that bontainefl several outstanding-play^ �rs.''. '�.   �   �      ' ! She" has appeared In several pro-� ductlons.i.in Cleveland and Columbus, and had been brought on td Kew York;^ to begin a concert tour in a prograrti ,'bf dramatic sketches.. Instead, sh* went into th6 Rose Frankeh play.    . The late Edgar Wallace was a voluminous 'and |Conslstently entertain^ ing'Writeri especially of the ty^e of fetowea knftwn as "Thrillers." � This W6ttk bfoiight His "The Man Who Changed His Name" te .Bi'dad-way wlthFrank Confoy and Fay Balnter in the leading roles. At times the i)i6t runei a iitti6, thin, biit'the always eJtdelient performances of Con-roy and Miss. Balnter buoy it into dn entertaining evening^; . Conroy, as a Canadian 1ft England, fails to tell his ^ew wife, Miss Balnter, tiiat h6 had changed his name; She accidentally learns this Just about the time that she thinks he is about to discover she was planning to elope with another man. �immediately all believe that he changed his name because he had commltteed-murder and was in hiding, Wallace sweep his Idea on ffom there in a tidal wave of double mean-, Ings. � � Peggy Fears, 'Wolllea'' beauty who turned producer, has set up an am.-bttlous-schedule for,herself next sea-season. First on hei* program is "Saint Wench," from the pen of JohnColton, no-author of "Rain." She plans to have either Helen Jklenken or Mary Duncan in the leading role. She has another play, probably for Lenore Ulrle. called "Tell Me, Pretty Maiden." the abthor of this is John Klrkla,nd. Twd musical shows are on her list, one being a revue for Queenie Smith, and, the other a Viennese operetta ft�r Inapiaire. Thornton Wilder, author of "The Bridge Of San Luis Rey," is turning playwright. He has written several dramas for publication, but now h6 is dolnir one for the.stage. It is "Klari," an adaptatlcn of "The Bridge Of, Torozko," a Hungarlah comedy by Otto Indlg. Gilbert Miller will be the producer. Flowers for Mothers' Day Large Assortment displayed at Stroud's, 412 Columbus Ave. We deliver. Ph. 2550-W 'Street Scene* At Sandusky Today � "Street ScSfene," plcttlrfigd fi-din the fanioUs.Pitlitzer priie plA.y by lilme*' Rice, jfWt be-^-preeented at'ihV siLn-dusky Theater Sunday rand -Monday. Sj^lvia -Sfdnfeji' has the >omfifttlie lea^ in the l)ictUiPe.,WiUfdjn'- Colfief, Jr., plays opposite, hen JSslelltr Taylor follows her perf orrimnde. \p. "G\m~A iirron" with the ;role of Mrs. Maurr-rant. '   ' V�>;   .��/Vt', . Most of the original �t4g;6 cast was. I brought to Hollywood *or>'t!he pic-|*ture. B.eulah.-B&ndi, Davi'd'Landau, jRussel Hopton,vAnrfa Kostnnt'vttnd r Greta Granfefeijt are Among the, featured'players.     r . Behind the Screen Tim Mcdoy's next outdooK drama Has been permanently named � "The I^lAJng Tornado'!.     '   �       y MurdCck MacQunrrie and Ed Le-~ Saint have been assigned ch'aracter roles in Tlftt McCoy's vehicle "Ouri Justice". Alberta Vaughn and Wallace MacDonald have'already been signed for this feature. Miriam Hopkins, petite blonde and blue-eyed girl from Savanjiah) Ga.,' has signed a new long .term contract as a Paramount player. Miss Hopkins will next be seen aa a taxi danderartd singer In a public dance hall In "DartC-e'rs in the Dark". - , .  .Sand Witch George Arliss and Bette iJavls in "Me Man Who PlaJ'cd God," at the State Wednesday and Thursday.    . .�,,.,,,'.,;:.�,��.�.�,',�, ATTICA GLEE CLUBS TAKE COUNTY HONORS  TIFFIN, May 7 (Spedal)---Attl9a and Bloomvllle glee clubs alternated in sharing first and second honors in the boys' and girls" county-glee club contest, conducted;, at,.. Junior High School in th? presence of a large audience. .i In the girls' section, Attica won first place and Bloomvllle second, while the, Bloomville boys'took'first honors and the Attica boys*'second honors. Girls of the Republic School won third place In their group. Third place in tho boys' contest went to Thompson. Nine village and centralized rilgh schools of the county had representatives In both sections, providing a program of 18 entortalnlrig selections for the audience of parents and friends of the pupils.', ED. BI;NG F.OR SHERIFF FREE RING To J n 11: o dace o�r, ireinik, ve will Demi a 1-Kt. Sprinlsh Im. llJa-Hiond ntng (look* 1IU� $160 *toiic) for thia ad nftd lOe. to. help pay hnnailnKjeji-lpense. Addreaai IKa. tioiial niiig Co.," Dept. 4. Wheeilnc, W. Va. (2 tor Me).    < ANNOUNGEMENT k We ha^e taken-ovei* the di.stnbu-i tion of the ev6r famous i Pennsylvania Tires m. for this couftty^.and'aim to carry a W_ complete stock In all sizes. - Overmeyer Ball Co., M. b. HAINES, Mtfr. For Clerk of Courts- Robert A. Tierney Democratic Candidate FRED G. POWERS Republican Candidate For Ke-Election Erie County pbmmksioner Open For Business LOUIS OSBERG (Formerly %vith . , Henry Dehnel Co.)  " Fine Watch^ Clock Jewelry Repairing and Accessories 118 W. Market St. (Next to Weinberger's) Our Methods Are Proven Over a pei-lod of 10 yoai-s we have, graduated hundreds of students - accomplished mu-slciane, Hodern jazz playing by note Can now be learned in only 20 lessons by our new : method. . �   . Jazz Music may mean entertainment to you now and a very attractive livelihood later. So be Sure to pome in-consult me without , obligation - benefit by my long experience in this field. Free demonstration given by  appointment. Call or .Send for FIUSB Booklet Chrlstensen Method MOLTZ PIANO STUDIO 624 Andorsonst.    I�hone J048-\V Estellc   Taylor, " featured   lA "Strc^it Sceno,"' at', the Sandusity  Sunday and Monday.   '   '       ~< GET PAViNG' AfV^ARp,, . . FkEMdNT, May 7'- (SpecIaO The Peerless Construction Co., of Fremont was awarded the contract foi*'repavlng EJast gtate.^st seast of liifth-st to Colll"ngw6od-s.v by. the fetate.hlghway departmeat at Columbus, Saturday, .t ' WANT AbS fiRlNG RESULTS , * LOWEST GUT PRICES ' .� -on- , FILMS New $:Eipo,sure Films ABELE ,16^ Jacltson-fit, 0])en Eve & Sun. � Plates '10^ Crown and Bridgework $5.00 . PAINLESS   . EXTRACTION ' 50c We Give Gas $5.00 The CAMP DENTISTS 127 W. Market St. 8 A. M. ttrS V. M, - Except Tues., Tliurs.. liYL- 8 to 5 Pr. KIBBEK Main ^80 ^   Over Quality lioot Shop TODAY and MONDAY  SAIMUEL, GOLDWYN Presents -With- SYJiVIA SIDNEY WILLIAM COLLIER, JR. _     . ESTELLE TAYLOR  ^ It Raises Above Them All in tragedy,- heartaches -^sympathy - love and under- standlngl Where life Is lived -r- where Joy and disap-pointpient walk arm in arm   with   romance - where danger stalks.in the shadows - ^d love is Just around the corner.  ' ADDED News - Comedy Organlogue Cartoon Miriam Hopkinai who has-been at Work^ almost constantly Since she won her first film success a year ago ^Vith Maurice Chevalier and CUudette Colbert in "The Smiling Lieutenant," has been granted f, leave'of absence and is enroute east for a vacation. 'Eric Stacey,   dajieet, Bucharest, Belgraije and the Hague. - Due to the enthusiastio re*' ception of the picture and Its time-lUietis, arrangetnents' hat* been 'feom' pleted for first run enfeal^eiAehts In ethe^ large cities ot Burope in.tjhe-immediate future. '     , Q�orgla Calne; for many years one ot Broadway's mo6t popular musical cotnedy players, Is now devoting heri^elf exclusively to talkies and that ahi has jusl^twen engaged for a role m "The Big; Timer"; , Pat O'Malleji hfts three daugh. liters. The eldewt, EHeisn, has made many screen Appearances. The two" young ones still at school, are being grtomea to appear in plfitures when �they gradutttei - ATTENTION ELKS Meet at club 1:30 Monday to attend funeral of Brother Doerzbach. aged woman dibs TIFFIN, May 7 - (Special) -Miss MArgaret Schlrlt, 90, one of the old*,   jouu .^.vc.  ��>       "v-.. ; esfifesldents of Upper Sandusky, died,The Trail's Knd." tho Plaza,'�s butiir- Screen 'Shocker' At Plaza Today AnOtherof the Universal "shocker" , series. Murders in the Riie tlorgxii" _ comesto the Plaaa Sunday and Mon- ' daji;.   Featuring B�la Lugosl and Sidney Fox, it Is the stoty of a ' mad sclentfs't anjl his fiendish experiments.    r.,eon   Waycofi",   Bert Roach. Brandon Hurst and other.'* are in the cast. ' "Skyline" Thomas Melghan, Hardie' Albright, Maureen O'Sulllvoii ajid , MV'rtia Loy jaf^e featured in "Hky-llne" at the Plaza Tuosiiny and Wednesday^ , Storj' deals with, the' men- who create Manhattan's skyscrapers although, or course, there' Is the Inevitable romantic . counter plot. "Stowawas" Aventures of fh*. ffea form the background for "Stowaway" at the Plaza Thur-iday and Friday.    Pay VTray, I.eon U'aycoff. Montagu T-iOve^ aand others &m in the oast. "NBAB The Tra-l'M End"      , Bob .Steele Is thp, Btar of ".'^ear Saturday morning In Mercy hospital wher6 she'had been brought for treatment fblloWlng a fracture of ^he hip day v/estern thriller.   An adile-J 'attraction is the , fourth eplsMe of, "Shadow of tl;e. Eagle." , Adrlenne Ames, motion picture actress; lunchea on a sandwich after a stoimut the film colony's ocean playground at Malibu Beach, CaL diminutive women to keep, their stripes ih a vertical line If they desire th% lengthening effects of the hew style.         � For"the first time In the history nf fhA irifi-n t^iiiiiJitr^n American mO' . Dwlght Frye, popular young char-actef actor who created a sensation with his interpretation of the dwarf in. "Frankenstein," has been cast for a role in "Clrmlnal Court" (tentative title), Edmunde Lowe is starred with Constance Cummlngs playing, -the feminine lead. . Ill   IIIK tlllli |l|>AU..U.j._.^.. .....- tion picture has Kiralta premiere In th6 leading capl^^ls .Of Europe dur-Ing the time it was current oui Broad-way aAd ih the larger key centers of the United States. � The picture .is "Shanghai Express," Mnrlene Dle- The new mode for stripesis a boon for the' short women, according to Miriam Hopkins, appearing in' ''Tlie World and the Fle.slr." Ml6s Hopkins, Who measures Just five feet, warns Wear your old Clothes Hard Time Depression Party and Lunch MONDAY NIGlrt" Cl,ven by the Progres- "i t^n rsive Glub I'Free IDancing;-rYontz-Hook Hall Cor, Hancock"'and Monroe .Sts.' Door Rlj;hts Reserved Maiy; 16 -r Buj- Jimlny �Souvenir Party Youi' Radio Man R. JAMISON 903 'Fourtri- St Main 18B5-J Plaii/i Garden...  ^ Beautify your home surroundings-plant flowers and shrubs -^We will be pleased to assist you in planning and landscaping your yard. All Kinds of seeds. pla.vts. shrubs', bushes, etc. LEO E. WAGNER  Florist Colurobus-av at K. 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Montgomery Ward & Co. 209-213 Coli^^bus AVc.: \    /   Sandusky,, 0. TOPPING "TRADER HORN" FOR THRILLS He knew'Tqnly the law of the Jungle,,, 'to seize what he wanted I Modem-Marriage cotild learn plenty from this drama or primitive matlnsl THE APE MAN -EJtTRA! Mickey Mou�e -In- Mickey Steps Out �tarrin� ^ Johnny WEISSMULLBR America's Swimming Adonis Maureen O'SULLIVAN NEIL HAMILTON C. AUBRBV SMITH Demon Eyes Gleaming Bed 1 A Great Beaut of the liUHKle Must .this dainty child - On ber ,   � �wedding: night - Suffer a horrible. fate? I I MURDERS In The RUE MORGUE I f news views BELA LL'GO.SI "Drucula Hlmgeir* Sidney F
                            

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