Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 27, 1930 · Page 23
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Page 22) SHelley, a native Hollldays- ~" Is now located at De- iroiiy jniun., oydftl the week-end at the residence of his'mother Mrs, Anna Manning Shelley of 300 Union street. An important meeting of the Hollidaysburg Boosters' association is called for Wednesday, Ma* 28, At 12.16 o'clock; at the Penn Party house on South Penn street. George W. Williams, president of the organisation, announces this special meeting and requests a full attendance of members. Mrs. James J. Mclntosh and son Joseph and daughter Rose Marie, who have been visiting for the past four weeks at the residence of Mrs. McIntosh's father-in-laW Mr. and > Mrs. Harry A. Mclntosh of 311 Clark street, left today for their home in Louisiana. , . They were accompanied home by Miss Lena Mclntosh, who will make an extended visit at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James J. Mclntosh, in the south. ^ Miss Anna Shelley, daughter of Mrs. Anna Manning Shelley of 300 Union street, has gone on art extended trip to Florida and Havana, Cuba, expecting to be gone several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Findley 4and daughter Dorothy May and son Lawrence, jr., and Mr. Flhdley's sister, Miss Llda Findley, have returned to their home In Pittsburgh after a weekend visit, at the home of Mrs. Findley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. K. • Rhodes of 519 Juniata street. Miss Mildred McKinley, daughter of Attorney and Mrs. Harry Slocum McKinley of Thornburg, Pittsburgh, spent the week-end' at the residence of her aunts, Miss Mary V. Baldrlge and Mrs, Eleanor Baldrlge Manna of 1001 Allegheny street. Miss McKinley has just returned from a season of study V and travel in Europe. She-Is a graduate Of Highland Hall. ... Mrs. M. .E. McDonnell of 914 Allegheny street has gone to Willlamsport for a week's sojourn with relatives and friends. Miss Alverda CrOyle, a student nurse at the Homeopathic hospital, Pittsburgh, spent the past week at the residence of her parents Mr. and Mrs. D, F. Croyle of 311 Franklin street. The members of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of \the First Presbyterian church, motor- fed on Sunday evening to State College where they attended a meeting of the society In that town. Over forty young people were in the party, and a very enjoyable and profitable meeting was held. The meeting was conducted by State college students and was a very special service for young people. The party were chaperoned by the pastor,' Rev. T. Stacy Capers and wife of the Hollidaysburg church. The Hollidaysburg banks and Blair county courthouse offices will be closed all day on Memorial day. An important meeting of the Republican club of Blair county will be hold on Saturday, May 31, 'from 9. to 3.30 p. m., in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. A full .attendance of mem-- bers is urged. Assistant Secretary Edgar L. Levis of the Y, M. C. A. who underwent an operation for the removal of tonsils recently, is on the job again. During the recuperating process he visited at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Levls In Franklin. Secretary L. H. Johnson of the Y. M. C. A. and wife of , 718 Hickory street, accompanied by Mrs. Johnson's mother Mrs. J. C. Mullin, of Batavia, N. Y., and Assistant^ Secretary Edgar L, Levis have returned home from a motor trip to Conemaugh where they attended the opening of the new Young Men's Christian Association building. The opening of the new building was a big community event and was featured by a fine program of both literary and musical character and an i open-house celebration. \i The Young Women's Christian Asso- Jt elation building at 415 Allegheny street ^V'will be closed all day Friday. The board of directors of the Young Women's. Christian association will have a very important meeting on Monday, June 2 at 2.30 in the Y. W. C. A. rooms. If any board member is unable to attend she is asked to notify the secretary of the board, Mrs. Robert B. Smith, jr., in advance of the meeting. The membership committee of the Young Women's Christian association with Mrs. Walter Leedom, chairman, will meet on Thursday evening at 7.30 In the Y. W. rooms. _Frlends are asked to patronize the younger girls of the Young Women's Chrintlan association in their sale of candy. Many girls are using this means of raising funds for their camp- Ing at Camp Reynolds and Kiskl. The finance committee of the Young Women's Christian association will meet Monday, June 2, at I'.SO with Mrs. W. I. Woodcock, chairman. Every one is urged to be present. The weekly baby clinic will be omitted this Friday at the Y. W. C. A. on account of Friday being a holiday. The baccalaureate services of Highland Hall will be held in the auditorium of the First Presbyterian church on Sunday morning, June 1, at 11 o'clock. The sermon will be preached by Rev. Chester B. Emerson, D. D., who will fipeuk on the subject, "The Stars or Nothing." The commencement exercises will be held in the First Presbyterian church on Monday morning, June 2, at 11 o'clock. The speaker will be Miss Mary E. Wooloy, LL. D., president of Mount Holyoke college. The subject of her address will be "A New Aspect of an Old Subject." Miss Ethlyn Tussey, who holds a secretarial position in the capltol in Hurrisburg, is spending a brief vacation at the residence of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jay C, Tussey of 323 Walnut street. Rev. T. Stacy Capers, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, has been invited to be the speaker at the Memorial day meeting of the Kiwanis club of Cresaon, scheduled to be held on Thursday, May 29. Rev. Capers will be the guest of John Cunningham, 'president of the National bunk of Cresson. Members of the Presbyterian Boy Scouts of Hollidaysburg who are anticipating uUending the Boy Scout camp this summer, are' naked to obtain their camp stamps this week from Scoutmaster Griffith Jones. The annual play of the senior class of the Holliduysburg High Hchpol will be presented in the High school auditorium on Wednesday and Thursday evenings of this week. Judging from present indications it is going to be u big success because of the line cast of characters who have been practicing steadily the last few weeks. The following students will take the leading purtr in the senior play: Virginia Jones, Dorothy Good, Richard Banholzer, Robert Geesey, Edwin Clapper, Melvin Hoover, Mildred Irvine, Mildred Bancroft, Betty Kemp, Mar- 4N IDEAL TIME to have teeth extracted with SWEET AIR Registered in U. S. Tat. Otticc. Uuina frozen for Ilioso requesting same. r'iUso Toclli 11 S|u-L'ialt.v DR. SHOR HU n .Ave.. 'i. i'loor, 1'liuuu 2-1V2U Hours: Uuil.v U a. ui. to 6 p. m. Won., U'cd., $ut.. to 8 p. m. WILLtAMSIURG Memorial day will be observed in Wli Hamsburg on Friday. Plans have been completed for a parade that will form In front of th* WllHamsburg hotel promptly at ft o'clock. The parade will move/ at 0.90 from the hotel to the Catholic cemetery, from there to the Presfcyterian cemetery, where the p*»gram Will be given. The visits to the several cemeteries by the parade, is to decorate the graves. The Willlamsburg band will render music at the cemetery in addition to rendering music for the parade. A speaker will be heard at the cemetery. The line of parade is as follows: Willlamsburg Or C. M. Schwab band, G. A. R. veterans in cars, ladle's of the Red Cross in cars, 'American Legion and World' war veterans, Fraternal Order Of Eagles, Independent Order of Odd FellOws, P. 1 O. S. of A., Daughters of Rebekah, children of the Blair county industrial home. High school students, "Boy Scouts, Methodist Sunday School, Presbyterian Sunday school, Lutheran Sunday school, Reformed Sunday school, Brethren Sunday school, Catholic and the Missionary Alliance, as well as the new church that meets in the P. O. S. of A. hall. Any one having cars to provide for the G. A. R. veterans and the Red Cross ladles are to get in touch with the com-, mlttee In charge. A birthday surprise party was held at the home of John 'Prohovlck at Cove Dale on Friday evening In honor of his thirtieth birthday anniversary. The evening -warn spent in a diversity of ways in playing games, music and dancing. A luncheon was served consisting of cake, ice cream and other "eats." At a late hour all returned to their homes, after wishing John many more happy birthdays. Those present were: Rev. John A. M. Sosta- rlc, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Piper, MM Margaret Furchey, Blair Harnish, Arthur Hlnkle, Jesse Shelly, Martin Blaze- vlch, William Moyer, William Smith, Tony Reubonlch, Misses Helen Pitcher, Bertha Pitcher, Elsie Cramer, Catharine Blazevlch, Mary Blazevich, Neva Heshley, Mrs. Myra Relgh and children Ada, Helen and Eva, John Pro- hovlck and Mrs. Prohovlck and children Mary, Ruth, Walter, Mike, Frank and Dorothy. Mr. and Mrs. Levl Sollenberger and children of Curryvllle were visitors on Sunday of relatives and friends In town. President Rasher Prough of the Fra-' ternal Order of Eagles requests each member to be on hand on Friday morning at 9 o'clock at the home on Second street to go out in the Memorial day parade in full dress uniforms. Mrs. H. B. Gosnell returned to her home in. Tyrone Saturday after spending a couple days with her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Lantzer, East Third street. John Sollenberger and daughter Rella of Martinsburg were Sunday callers at the home of Harry Sollenberger and family, West Second street, and other relatives in town. Any person having flowers to give the American Legion for decorating graves on Memorial day are asked to have them at the hotel porch on Friday morning about 8 o'clock. The baseball game scheduled, for last Saturday afternoon between the Wil- llamsburg and Roaring Spring teams on the Willlamsburg field was postponed until a later date because of wet grounds. Mr. and Mrs. William Camerer and V. H. Riley were recent visitors in Hollidaysburg. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones returned to Pittsburgh after spending a couple days at their residence on Plum street. The Women's Missionary society of the Lutheran church will hold their apron social in the church and festal hall this evening at 8 o'clock. A program has been arranged. Everybody is invited. The annual memorial sermon was preached on Sunday morning at 10.30 in Zion's Lutheran church. The World war veterans and members of the Bonner-Sollenberger post of the American Legion attended in a body. Neither of the remaining two Civil war veterans were In attendance. The sermon was preached by Rev. V. D. Naugle, pastor of the entertaining church. Rev. Samuel MacPhee of the Presbyterian church, Rev. J. W. Glover of the Methodist church and D. R. Sollenberger of the Church of the Brethren had a part on the program. Myron Blddle and Miss Ida Bickley, High school students, also had a part In reciting at the service. The service was largely attended and an offering was received that will go to the community chest. Stout plants of nil kinds ready for lie. Flowers for Memorial day. Kennedy'* greenhouse, 717 West Second street. Adv. LOYSBURG Mrs. Sara Bossier and daughter Mary are spending this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Wirieland of Martinsburg. Preston Bingham of Lutzville visited relatives here Sunday, Mrs. Katherlne Isenberg spent the past week with relatives in Johnstown. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Boyer, Mrs. G. W. Boyer and daughter Jean, Mrs. T. A. Kegarlse and daughter Marian spent Thursday in Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Boyer and family and Mrs. D. B. Snoberger spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hoi- singer and family of Calrnbrook on Saturday. Andrew Weimer and W. E. Bossier were visitors in Clearvllle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and family of Altoona called on relatives here Sunday. Sunday guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs.' W. A. Nycum were Mr. and Mrs. Hayes of McConnellsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duffey of Websters Mills. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Snavely of Bedford called on relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Louise Boyer spent Thursday with her daughter Mrs. John Latshaw of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lamborn and daughters of Lafayettesville spent Saturday with the latter's mother Mrs. Sadie Mounttaln. garet Moore, Franklin Stultz, Thomas Shaffer, Paul Vipond, Frank' Helsei, Goldle Lasser, Mildred Lindsoy, Harry Stanley, Harold Wineland, Martha Delozier, Gladys Gearhart, Mildred Dunkle, Ruth Harpster, Wallace Williams, Thomus Jackson, Thomas Treeae. Richard Moore, Robert Collary, Wulter Lloyd, Alfred Danglo and (ieorge Oler. CHOP SUEY Lee Hoffman'i Real Chop Suey Dinners Served Daily at Cressoretto TAVERN (Midway Creuon-Loretto) Ainu Hutf'man'g Famous Chicken and Bullet] Hani Dinners, noon to 8 p. m. A la Carte, noon to 1 a. in. Nightly at Night Club OSTCRBURG The\ create* week of'the Bast Sfe Clair High school ha* been marked by various functions .which proved very enjoyable to the teachers and students. P'rom'inent among the activities was the banquet at the FiratiBedford Inn and the operetta staged at Flaheftdwft and psterburg. The commencement exercises marked the closing of a very successful school term. Silver cups were awarded to the f6irowing: His* tory, by Miss Bacher to' Miss Ethel Bowser' of Osterburg; English, by EH Blackburn, to Miss GerteVleVe Watkins of Alum Bank; the mathematics .prize went to Miss Elizabeth Long of osterburg by the principal Mr. Rein- Inger; the Science prize was awarded to Miss Oleta Claycomb of Osterburg by^ Mr. Relnlnger; the music prize went to Miss Helen x Shaffer of Osterburg, presented by Mr. Lowe. Emblems were presented to the orchestra and gtee club by Mr. Lowe and to the track team by Mr. Blackburn. The program closed with an orchestra selection and benediction. ' Mrs. Patterson of Johnstown is visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. J. O. Beckner. MISs Irene Croyle visited Several days the past Week with her brother Ralph Croyle and family at Cumberland, Md. F. M. Oster of Altoona called on relatives here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Kauffman and son Joseph, who spent the past month at Butler, returned home Saturday.' John H. Moses spent several days the past week in Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Whitaker of Altoona spent the week-end with Mrs. Harriet Moses and daughter Ada. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Otto, a baby girl on May 22. v She has been named Gladys Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hughe's and family wece Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jason Blackburn. The ladies of the Lutheran church will hold a chicken supper in the Osterburg Grange hall Friday, May 30. Calvin Kauffman and daughters Nellie and Carrie and two granddaughters Lottie and Edna Hengst were Sunday gusts of John H. Moses. George M. Oster and grandson Ned Whetstone, spent Thursday' with the former's sister Mrs. Emma Mock, who is seriously ill. Mr. and -Mrs. George Faust of Windber were Friday afternoon callers here. Mrsi A. B. Conrad returned.to her home Friday after spending the past three months with relatives at Wlnd- ber. Patrolman Charles Coshen of Altoona called on friends here Friday. Captain and Mrs. B. F. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks of Altoona were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaffer. Mrs. William Adams of Lakemont spent Saturday with her sister Mrs. Shannon Kauffman. •Mrs. Sarah Shaffer spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shaffer at Rainsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kauffman and daughter Catherine of Johnstown were recent guests of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Kauffman. Mr. and Mrs. William Dickinson and son Logan spent Sunday at Williamsport. Mr. and Mrs. Mark,Kilhefner of Altoona and Mrs. Annie Kilhefner of Allentown were callers at the home of Mr." and Mrs. C. W. Shaffer. Miss Elizabeth Croyle is visiting her aunt and uncle Miss Blanche and Glen Kerr of near Schellsburg. EVERETT The alumni, students and friends of Juniata college of Bedford county held their annual banquet in the Everett Church of the Brethren on last Thursday evening. The occasion was attended by approximately fifty and was a success In every particular. A very interesting and inspiring program was rendered. The girls' variety.quartet of the college delighted their audience with a number of musical selections. Readings and selections on the piano featured the evening's entertainment. Dr. C. C. Ellis, the newly elected president of the college, succeeding the late Dr. M. O. Brumbaugh, was present and spoke of the fine way In which the college Is providing for the development of the student body physically, intellectually, socially and spiritually. Dr. Ellis began his work as a teacher in Bedford, to which fact he made reference in the course of his address. Rev. L. S. Knepper, Held secretary and alumni secretary of the college, spoke of his relation with the college and the alumni at large. One of the impressive features" s was a memorial service for the late lamented president of the college, Mr. M. N C. Brumbaugh. Professor L. H. Hlnkle was In charge of this part of the program, speaking himself of his personal acquaintance with Dr. Brumbaugh, and calling upon six or seven of the guests to speak words of appreciation upon the life and work of the late president. During these exercises It was disclosed that Dr. Brumbaugh had refused quite a number of offers -from large educational institutions, choosing rather to serve the college aria church that he loved. During the business session the following officers were chosen for the ensuing year: President, Professor L. H. Hinkle; vice president, Rev. R. L. Morris; secretary, Ellis Van Horn; treasurer, Fred L. Hershberger; members of the executive committee, Professors John Ake, Richard Snyder and H. H. Brumbaugh. LAKEMON1 Mr. and • MM. , ikfry fiurket and daufhtef Dorothy «t Bedford County spent Sunday at the home o# Mr. ami Mr*. John Mlckel of ttOwArd avenue. Mrs. Hatty efcetry of Llysweh, who has.been Very HI, has recovered enough to be able to be about'again and spent. Friday at the hoofs of Miss Lillian' Rooney of Second avenue. 1 Mrs. Sadie ttewltt of Third avenue has been Very ill at her home for a few weeks. ; , Miss Thelfna Deprez of Secoftd avenue has been housed in for several days with'tonsintlB. ' Mr. and Mrs. David Melaei <\rtd c'hil- dren David, Jr., Clifford and Alberta were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Mlckel. Miss Katherlhe Lampe.of J?Vst avenue spent the week-end at the home of her aunts Mrs-./ Lftndls Hengst and Miss Bertha Socey of Hollldaysburg. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Clapper of Lotz avenue was the scene of a very merry affair .Friday evening when a surprise party was held in honor of their son Harold'd fifteenth birthday anniversary. The evening was very pleasantly spent in games, music, and singing, after which a delicious luncheon was served. Harold received some Very beautiful and useful gifts. Those present were Gladys Sanders, Viola Cliber, Marie Bronner, Marian Bender, Irene Clapper, Margaret Miller, Anna Clemens, Alma Clapper, Joe Vipond, Francis Roy«r, James Hartman, Harold Clapper,' Rayitaond Oerdman, Eugene Oearhart, John Trlndle, Charles Troxell, Gerald Gearhart, Carl Nler, Thomas Nixon, Arthur Clapper, Ellsworth Swaney, Robert Maxwell, Irviif Clapper, Fred Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Clapper. / The home of Mr. And Mrs. C.' A. Rooney of Second avenue was the scene of a very social and happy affair Friday evening when a "blow out" party was held for Mr. and Mrs.* „- Gfefifiaft, fiewly^JSW, iWkjGfor- Biaft was formerly Miss Blftel McWade, The yotrtig couple were tnirrie*d 1ft t*wi*tttwn, May 0, by Rev. Dougherty of the Methodist church. They left for a wedding tirttf to Washington and other points In the east and returned home Thursday night. Alter they arrived at the Rooney home Friday night, the truck of jlmmie Sfattlrtgry was backed up to the house and the young couple were taken on a ride wrdugh Lakemont and Hollidaysburg jnth six cars of friend's following. Thgy then returned to the Rooney Home where the evening was very pleasantly spent in cards, dancing and music Wd at a late hour a lovely luncheon wAlserved. Those present were, Mr. aiM Mrs. Harry Cherry, Mrs. Myers' POwell, Garnet Marks, Hazel King, Betty Fetters, -Rose Gardner, Lillian Rooney, Ed Hall, Joe Watson, Melvin Troxell, Lewis Troxell, Jack Conrad, Paul Thompson, Henry J, Porter, Jlmmle Wilson, Jlmniie Mattlngly and Mr. and 1 Mrs. C. A. Rooney. While in the wedding trip they met practically all the base ball players of the big league and Mrs, Gorman received a baseball autographed by Walter Johnson, which she highly appreciates. PHILIPSBURG Baccalaureate services for the 1930 graduating class of Philipsburg High school were held at the local Lutheran church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, with all the graduates, parents and relatives and friends attending. Rev. Ernest L. ?Pee, pastor, delivered a mtttMfs en "Open tnf tft« young students to trigger MM 'flfier pf»cM Ift rife; tfta op- ptfrtunltfes wMcn Us around the comer for* tneih tt Iney Witl Just gfasp tfterti. He hoped they Would mak0~the best of every opportunity which came their way and wilh|d tnem luck in every undertaking. He congratulated all on their fine showing While in School and the completion of their* high school work. The graduate* were attired in their robes and caps. Class reunions of former Philipsburg High school graduates, along with the present graduates as honor guests. wei*fe conducted at Philips hotel.Fri- day evening', with 100 guests in attendance. Among those present were graduates of the classes of 1910, 1914, V If RIC MEAIIM! Marilyn Miller In "SAIAT" All technicolor. Musical extrava- ganin. Also Pathe Comedy, "fhe Salesman." Straw* and Panama* Cleaned and Blocked . Work Guaranteed Central Hat Cleaner* 1118 Jlth Ave. Phone 2-9872 An Open Letter to the Altoona Public In this manner we would like to deliver a message to the homes and hearts of everyone in the city of Altoona. The theme of pur Ittter is "COURAGE," a motion picture of such high entertainment elements that it will make talkmg picture history as did the great pictures, "OVER THE HILL" and "THE OLD NEST" made history for the silent screen. "COURAGE" is a picture of a great mother's love, combined with the features of a marvelous story far superior to any ever made for the screen. A most outstanding cast of players are seen and heard in the cast, including BELLE BENNET, MARIAN NIXON, RICHARD TUCKER, CARTER DEHAVEN, JR., and so many other outstanding characters that are too numerous to mention. "COURAGE" is positively and without any possibility of contradiction the most powerful production ever made for the talking screen. Our personal endorsement as well as that of every great showman in the motion picture world place on "COURAGE" as the most outstanding talking picture ever made. We heartily recommend and urge every mother, father, young people and children to see and hear the great Warner Brothers Vitaphone Production when it comes to Altoona next Friday. ' • Signed^ Strand Theatre Management "Courage** c °t 5 " Strand, Fri. May 30 rOGETHEll FOR. THE F1KSX TIME ON ANY SCREEN, HOLLYWOOD'S AFFIANCED STARS Bebe Daniels dlicis . fRtNCH GtRTI* SINGING STAR Ol< "RIO RITA" IN A SMASHING NEW TALKING HOLE. A UtuUo I'lcture All-Talking Thrill Drama THE PICTURE THAT'S MAKING THE WORLD GASP Starting This Saturday NORMA SHEARER In "THE DIVORCEE" CHESTER MORRIS— CONRAD NAGEL For a Six Day Engagement oococooocaoooeceooocoocooc NOW PLAYING:— A Second "Fu" Thriller! THE RETURN DR.FUMANCHU' With Warner Oland O. P. Heggie Jean Arthur Neil Hamilton jOUNU NEWS YITAI'HONU ACTS Comedy 'UESI'KBATE SAM' "Early Bird" Mat. 10 A. M. \'i NOUN IS NOON 6 I'. M. STARTS FRIDAY:— CLARA BOW In "TRUE TO THE NAVY NOW PLAYING:— "The Screen's Bird of Paradise" in her most powerful role. Is it right to keep up friendship with your former sweetheart after you've married the wrong man? With GRANT WITHERS IN T Tomorrov "RIDE 'EM COWBOY" — ACTS — SOUND NEWS STARTS SATURDAY:— NANCY CARROL In "THE DEVIL'S HOLIDAY" 1010' received ertdtt for fnttJnftfr* largest nniAb^r prenBtrt sftu tfr£ ffhs&v* Eleven wens present out of a etaM at twenty Hvfng member*. Tftow of the ClS&lS froftl ft di0t&tlC'6 f>f888flt W&ff& MiM Sara H«*», Wlltfamntratg; Mftw Grace Robertson, Philadelphia; Mm. Minnie Gearhart Cayman, Afioorta; Mra. Alice Miller Everett, Pittsburgh. Dancing was the feature entertainment of the gathering, music being: furnished by Bud Rapsey'n orchestra, of <st ftfltftlfr fiittffrtt Cttdn* At'! FAWOOSKOM 12(ft 8&p Hftftt to* I YOUR BIGGEST AM U S E M EKf S WARNER BROTHERS W\ TRANl) in With BASIL RATHBONE Leila Hyams, Wai. Austin She's breaking all long - distance laugh records at the Strand. Laughs you've known before are* only titters now. Come and roar with the crowds that are calling it the best, comedy of the yea*. "HOLLAND" Warner Bros.' Natural Color Act COMEDY — SOUND NEWS HODGE-PODGE VITAPHONE ACT s STARTING OUR FOURTEENTH OUR BIRTHDAY / YOUR PARTY .'Great Mother Love Will Make Talking Picture History As Did the Great Picture, "Over the Hill" BELLE BENNETT RICHARD TUCKER FRIDAY ANNIVERSARY HHKVfB MISHLER AMUSEMENT FOR, ALL ALL FUN WEEK 11 A. M. TO S P. M KIDDIES ANY TIME . 15c MORE DAYS VIC'S ON TOP the, world again in an all talking all happy Movietone r o m a n c e Feature Time 11.52, 1.53, 3.54, 5.55, 7.56 and 9.57. Fox Latest News Graham McNamee Disney Color Musical Comedy Clark & McCullough In A Screaming Comedy "All Steamed Up" ALL HIT PROGRAM! WILLIAM FOX promts LEVEL VICTOR McLAGLEN WILLIAM HARRIGAN JLILYAN TASHMAN I ( play the roles of their gay lives in this mad* cap mighty mirthy Movietone of a two fisted hilarious he* man in love with one tWide awake blqnde racketeering , beauty. Dirttttd by IRVING CUMMINGS sa«w*r^. ft^l ^'3 .1 H A. M. Ttie I i Perfect I Picture f

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