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MtnrUSINE CARROLL, FAIR
»V\\IiS. .IR., ALSO IN FILM
r\sKll ON ANTHONY
hole ROMANCE
IV mUI Colman conies to the Vance
T , 0 ., ~e f 0 r three days on Sunday, in
i o. Solznick’s production of “The
V ' oner of Zenda,” the famous An- 1
.V v Hope romance of love and in- i
v in the royal courts of Europe. I
5 ' r, ’ .. , m. Carroll and Douglas Fair- !
ji . head the imposing support- j
. 'which includes Mary Astor, I
~ v , Smith. Raymond Massey, 1
"*o*' ' ‘ ! j j^y
The Ritz Brothers in “Life Begins at College”—
Stevenson Monday and Tuesday
Wallace Beery, Clark Gable—in “Hell Divers”
State Theatre Monday and Tuesday.
Rhone % J §f Always A
775 W iMk I t. Pj Good Show
Sunday Night—B:3o . Sehni ; k
v p(] i
S i,n “ p resents
Color Cartoon RONALD A
I
/A Pmisomr/
S '/ran I
A / madeleine“carroll \
B / MARY ASTOR • DAVID NIVEN • RAYMOND MASSEV • C. AUDREY SMITHIk
f/ DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, Jr. \
i / as Rupert of Hentzau I
i / Produced by DAVID O. SELZNICK Directed by JOHN CROMWELL
\l Based on Edward Rose's dramatization of Anthony Hope's novel I
- ——reieaseTthru united artists'''''' '
Matinee 10 and 25c —Night 10
STATE THEATRE
Always 10 and 25c
Cozy and Comfortable
Today—“ Roll Along Cowboy” Serial astd Comedy
SUNDAY
Payoff _ _ $30.00
A Musical Hit
Monday and Tuesday—Shows at 2—3:45 7 and 8:45
Showing
IIhEtUrWED ... TO THRILL DUljj^tL
Pst
Plus —News and Novelty
David Niven and others.
| Colman plays a dual role in this
colorful tale, appearing both as the
j adventurous Rudofl Rassendyll and
as King Rudolf V, the monarch he
impersonates.
Miss Carroll appears opposite Col
man as the lovely Princess Flavia
i while young Fairbanks is cast as the
dashing Rupert of Hentzau.
; “The Prisoner of Zenda” was direct
[ ed by John Cromwell from a screen
play by John L. BiaderstOn, based on
Edward Rose’s dramatization of the
Anthony Hope novel. The adaptation
was made by Wells Root.
HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30,1937
Ff ; Of*?: /#£; SfA-vej? Cciintcr BwhD Boy s
With Lofi Bey**/*<; ~rot y, >
Stage at Stevenson Theatre—Sunday, Matinee and Night.
WANT STATE PARK
FOR LOST COLONY
Roanoke Island People
Urge Annual Event of
Great Pageant
Daily Dispatch Rurcnii,
In The Sir Walter Motel
Raleigh, Oct. 30 —Sponsors of the
“Lost Colony’ pageant at Manteo want
Roanoke Island, with its restoration
cf the original Raleigh colony, as a
State park and are opposed to turning
the site over to the National Park
Service.
This was made abundantly clear
Friday afternoon when a large group
of sponsors conferred here with Gov
ernor Clyde R. Hoey, Director R.
Bruce Etheridge, of the Department
of Conservation and Development; Dr.
C. C. Crittenden, of the North Caro
lina Historical Commission, and a
number of officials of the University
of North Carolina.
Headed by D. B. Fearing, executive
director of the Roanoke Island Memo
rial Association of Manteo, these
sponsors pointed to the success of this
past summer’s celebration and urged
that the State take over the site as a
North Carolina park in order that the
“Lost Colony” show can be put on
every suminer.
It was stressed that the State would
not be required to expend a penny on
the park, as sufficient revenue would
be received from the pageant and
from other sources to make the plan
self-supporting.
Mr. Fearing declared that the State
has never received better or more dig
nified advertising, not only in the
United States but throughout the
world, than it received by virtue of
the Lost Colony celebration. The suc
cess can be repeated annually and the
event turned into one which will sur
pass even the famed Passion Play of
o’|3remmergau, he predicted.
In the Roanoke Group where Mr.
Fearing, C. S. Meekins, treasurer of
the association; A. B. Andrews, presi
dent of the old Roanoke Island Me
morial Association; W. D. Pruden, of
Edenton; Ben Dixon McNeill and
Frank Steck.
Cherry’*, Chances
Would Beßright
(Continued From Page One.)
didacy would give several groups an
opportunity to concentrate in his sup
port. The drys, for instance, would
quite logically back him against either
Reynolds or Hancock, or both. The
so-called “economic Tories” are
thought to regard the “iron major’
as a stalwart of the old school. They
would undoubtedly prefer him to
either Bob or Frank.
The vc) eransj, particularly Amer
ican Legion members, would have a
strong inclination toward Cherry as
a “buddy’’ and, in addition, the re
gular veteran type, hard-boiled and
a he-man, if ever there was one.
Meanwhile, Speaker Cherry is giv
ing a fine imitation of Uncle Reams
Tar Baby and “ain’t say nothing.”
Sermon for Scouts
The Girl Scout Troops of Hender
son will be special guests at the Pres
byterian church tomorrow evening at
7:30 o’clock, at which time the Rev.
James A. Jones will preach. All friends
and relatives of the Scouts are in
vited .
GRAND PROGRAM AT THE
STATE.
The State Theatre is proud to pre
sent its. next week’s program open
ing Sunday with a new musical sen
sation “Love Is on the Air” with June
Travis and Donald Reagan. And
Monday and Tuesday bring back a
tremendous hit “Hells Divers,” star
ring Clark Gable, Wallace Berry and
Jean Parker. Usual admission prices
will prevail.
ijßi
“Love Is On The Air” Musical
I Hit—State Sunday
- jfe
Ronald Coleman and Madeleine Carroll in ‘The Prisoner of Zenda’
at the Vance Theatre Sunday Night, Monday and Tuesday
Wf
W
i 2 m , ‘S. V- ’ t
Ann Southern and Jack Haley in “Danger Love at Work”—
Stevenson Wednesday only
ZIEGFELD FOLLIES COMING
Announcement of the coming of J&so*
ZIEGFELD FOLLIES to RALEIGH on
Saturday, November 13 for an engage
ment of matinee and night perform
ances at the State marks a theatrical
event of red letter proportions. It is indeed
the first time in the History that the Original
and COMPLETE Broadway Production has ]Mjg
been sent on tour save to a few key cities
For three decades ZIEGFELD FOLLIES has main-
tained its supremacy as the Qlorifier of the American
(jirL Since the season of 1907 when the late
Florenz Ziegfeld first galvanized America with
his Salon of Feminine Loveliness, disclos
ing to public gaze alluring contours hith
erto concealed beneath voluminous \ WsP' I f A jk
vestments the very name, ZIEGFELD 4
FOLLIES, has been synonymous with the | WffiT
all-alluring aura of Aphrodite.
And NOW, come the Messrs. Shubert, mssik IJ ifijjr '
on whom devolves the honor and respon
sibility of maintaining the merit and wKL
prestige of ZIEGFELD FOLLIES to Out- Ms »
Ziegfeld Ziegfeld with the Foremost Expo* jia • jncot edition ho* been pro
sition of Clamorous Qirlhood Ever :|||hb " of Sophisticated Adults W
Convoked on a Single Stage, JL. /»
MAIL ORDERS, accompanied by remittance in full and self-addretud, stamped enve*
lone, will b « fWled I" rotation.
PRICES (incl. tax) Night: Orch., 53.30; Mezz., $2.75 Ist 8 Rows,
BAL., 82 20; Last 5 Rows, Bal„ f 1.65. BARGAIN MATINEE: Orch., 82.75;
Mezz., 82.20; Ist 8 Rows Bal., 81-85; Last 5 Rows Bal., 81.10.
Marlene Dietrich and Herbert Marshall in “Angel” Stevenson
Thursday and Friday.
STEVENSON
l*\ \ A \ V \ \ 11-W )""P"7 ) ) ) ) M
== Sunday, October 31
Matinee at 2:3o—Night at 8:30 —^
STEVENSON
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
||p|g
Plus News of The Day And
OUR GANG COMEDY ‘
WEDNESDAY
Plus Musical Comedy: “Male and Female”
* THURSDAY and FRIDAY
WANTS TC^DO.-
I|ini| Q9HH \
wmm t( w—^mmmmm—m^mmmmmammmammmmmmammmmmmmmm^m^mma mmmm^ mm*■—
COMING NEXT SATURDAY
JOHN litel “ALCATRAZ ISLAND”
ANN SHERIDAN _
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