Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 6, 1929 · Page 21
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 21

Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, November 6, 1929
Page 21
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THE ALTOONA MIRROR—WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1929 EXPERTLY Will MEMMD LL our dishes are expertly prepared, and every order is given individual attention by our chef or hia assistants. Pay us a visit. "Why Not Dine Here?" PENN-ALTO Thirteenth Avenue and Twelfth Street f*- NIWRY and Mrs. Stanley Conrad and sons Thomas and Luther spent Sunday at the home of 7 "rs. Conrad'^ parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stover at Brookes Mills. Other guests jat the Stover home were Mr. and Mrs. George ICrlssman and daughter Anna of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mra. 'Wilmer Delozler ftnd son Joseph, of Altoona, Mr, and Mrs. Clinton McLain and three chil- Iren of Duncansville, Frank Stover of •*f ^-».r^v;7 and Louis Stover of Ty- i'one. Miss Margaret Wilt and Mr. and Mrs, Ross' Shaw and children of Dun- cansvine were Sunday guffstn at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Shaw. Mrs. Chzwles Flssel visited her pat-- ents at Roaring Spring last weeK. t>uring her visit m that town she was & guest at a Hallowe'en party which JUNIATA THEATBE See anil hoar Corrlne Griffith In "SATURDAY'S CHILDREN," one of Corrlne's Vltnphono hits. Comedy, Oriental and Tropics. l r ox Newi. Prices 10c-30c. was given by members of her Sunday school class of the Methodist church. Mi-s. Flssel's daughter Anna Mae has spent several days with her grandparents at Ronrin'- Spring. Mrs. Minnie Ott and son Irvln of Lakemont and Mrs. John McKce of Bedford were lat guests of the former's mother Mrs. Barbara Oldham. Mr. and Mrs. John Rutherford of Altoona were Saturday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, William Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw and children were late guests of the former's mother Mrs. Emma Shaw at East Freedom. 1 ' Mrs. Sebastian Franks and son of Hollidaysburg spent several days with her parents Mr. and Mra. George Burk. Gospel service in the gospel hall on Friday evening at 7.30. Brother T. Ford Barker, pastor of the G^npel Center of Altoona, will be the speaker. Come and receive an Inspiration that will never leave. Everybody weleorrte. Mrs. Henrietta Lykens of town and aughter Mrs. Ira Keagy of Fort Feter were entertained at the home of he former's niece Mrs. Grant Meyers ,nd family In Altoona recently. Mr. and Mrs. Aden Smith and chil- :ren of Altoona were Sunday guests ,t the home of Mrs. Grace,Hall. Rev. and Mrs. Qulnter Showalter .nd children were entertained on Sun- .ay at Donnertown at the Lome of David Beck and family. Mrs. George Statlor and Mrs. Zella Voel of Altoona were Sunday guests f Joseph Conrad and family. Miss Bernadlne Sell was a week-end 1YBIC THEATRE Monte Blue In "THE BRTJTE," with Lelln Hynms, Clyde Cook, and Carroll Nye. Comedy, "Beef Steaks." Better Hurry! ONLY TWO MORE DAYS TO SEE AND' HEAR WARNER BROTHERS' 100% NATURAL COLOR Singing — Dancing — Talking Vitaphone Picture STARS FROM HOLLYWOOD AND BROADWAY WINNIE LIGHTNER ANN PENNINGTON NICK LUCAS CONWAY TEARLE 100 DAZZLING BEAUTIES RIVALS THE RAINBOW IN COLOR (OOTWTUDAl COIOB /IHOIHCVDANCING MCIUBS NOW SHOWING—TODAY AND TOMORROW STRAND STATE STAN LAUItHI. OLIVER HAKDV In An All-Talking Comedy •MEN O' WAR 1 A Bombshell Of The thrill of thrills — the treat of treats 1 Now you can hear the voice of John Gilbert, as well as see him as he makes love in this dashing, devil-may-care, gay romance ! THE EVENT OF THE SEASON REGULAR,STATE PRICES 1U TALKING ., STARTING SATURDAY ZIEGFELD'S THE TALKING SCREEN SENSATION WITH BEBE DANIELS—JOHN BOLES BERT WHEELER—ROBERT WOOLSEY BV TUB I'UOULC'JiUS OF "STREET GIKL." «ADIO P1CTI/JUES COUl'ORATION MIDNIGHT SHOW SUNDAY NITE, 12.01 jueat of Adam Hoover an* family at Sollldaysburg. She was accompanied lome by Misses fietty and Maty Jean Hoover. Roy Marble and Mrs. Lightner and son of Duncansvlllo "were circulating among friends In town on Sunday. Mrs. Thomas George and daughter Urs. Harvey Sell, and Mrs. Elmer NICK LUCAS Star of "GOLD DIGGERS OF BROADWAY" On Brunswick Electrically Recorded Records Record No. 4*18 •'Fainting the Clouds With Snnnhlno" and "Tip Toe Through the Tulips" • Also Many Other Nick Lucas Records On Sale at J. E. Spence Electric Store 1310 Twelfth Ave. Phono 4191 COLONIAL LAST TIMES TODAY Daily 2 to 5 & 7 to 10.30 p. m The Thrill of Thrills . Even, (all Heats) 25o . Mats., 10c-lfic SIR HAM, CAINE'S Masterpiece "The Bondman" Glass, Mrs. Lloyd Lelghty and daughter Leora spent Friday with friends In AHoonft. Walter Beegle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tate Beegle, has gone to West Virginia where he has enlisted in the service of the United States In the aviation department. Mr. and Mra. Frank Glass, who hava CLEAttEST AND BEST SOUNI> EQUIPMENT IN TOWN NOW 11 A. M. TO 11 P. M. CONTINUOUS MMMHMMffMMM^BMBMHMMMMBMMiMWMMNBMi^BBMi YVlUIAM fox fr~e»*f JANET GAYNOR CHARIB FARREIL JCKY FOX MOVIETONE NEWS PAT ROONEY MARION BENT PRICES MATINEES 25o; NIGHTS 26c-BOo FEATURE TIME 11.10, ,1.15, 8.20, 6.25, 7.80, 9.30 Starts Friday •THE FIRST ALL-TALKING AIR DRAMA FLIGHT Featuring Jack Holt, Lila Lee, Ralph Graves and All Star Supporting Cast The Titan Of Air Pictures. Its Love Theme Will Reach Right Into Your Heart. been residents of this community tot several years, have moved to Holll- daysburjf. Mr. Glass has been serl-ms- ly 111 for several months. Broken Plates And Loose Plates remade like new. Free examination SWEET AIR For the Prtlnles» Extraction of Teeth DR. SHOR 1112 12th Ave. Phone 2-1921 Next Door to Lincoln Trust Bank Hour*: Dnlly » a. m. to 6 p. m, Mon,, Wed., Sat., to 8 p. m. What Mr. John Barrymore Thinks of "Disraeli" "THANKS FOR ALLOWING ME PRIVILEGE OF SEEING GEORGE ARLISS IN DISRAELI. THIS IS JUST A LINE TO TELL YOU WHAT I THINK OF THIS EXTRAORDINARY DELIGHTFUL VITAPHONE PRODUCTION. IT IS BEAUTIFULLY DIRECTED, ACTED WITH EXCEPTIONAL SKILL AND EXTREMELY WELL CAST. A PRODUCTION WARNER BROS. MAY LONG BE PROUD OF. THANK YOU AGAIN." JOHN BARRYMORE. George Arliss i» 'Disraeli' STRAND STARTS FRIDAY TAT STARTING THIS SATURDAY The Screen's Talking, Singing, Dancing Sensation With BEBE DANIELS A Singing Sensation JOHN BOLES Screen'* greatest tenor Bert Wheeler Robert Woobey ' Dorothy Lee Don Alvarado —And A Thousand Othert in RADIO PICTURES' Colossal Production of FLORENZ ZIEGFELD'S RIO RITA RADIO PICTURES GAVE YOU "STREET GIRL," NOW THIS HIT OF HITS. IT SURPASSES THEM ALL. WILL SJVEEP YOU OFF YOUR SEAT. Positively No Advance In Prices SPECIAL SHOW AT MIDNIGHT THIS SUNDAY AT 12:01 BUY TICKETS NOW **<*>J #13* ;«^»^<^n^4i^n^«^«^4^»>^«^«^n^«^«k^«^n^«^u^«^^«^i^«^<»^«^ni;n^;<i^;n2;nis;4»j>:«^i WK«!£«»!»!«T£i»T^«;?u!»!i>!^»!£«»!^oXo!»N»!»!i»T»T«!C«»!»I«;^«r^i»7£o;?uK^ ,\V \v .r If M P N w M M M M m ?: His First All-Talking Laugh Riot YOU HAVEN'T HEARD ANYTHING! Until you've heard and seen this lovable fun-maker of "Safety Last" M and "Speedy" in the all-talk- f\ ing fun-fest of the age. A 'ft glorious, exciting jumble of *"* laughing Events. Thrills, love, comedy! The world's greatest comedian mixes things up in the underworld much to his own surprise and .yours. Everybody loves Lloyd! You'll love him more when you hear him talk. Today:— 100% Talking—Singing!— Gloria's Greatest Performance! tyutph RKymtdy pnttntt ^Gloria Sivanscn m m M M n m N i u Today and Thursday:— 100% Talk! PARAMOUNT'S DELIGHTFUL DRAMA OF YOUTH! M M M HAROID LLOYD 'Welcome Danger' produced by Harold Lloi/ct Corporation. ff gpanimount Jlfkase n Special § Midnight} Show Sunday Starts Friday:— M RESPAME A romance of modern bu»l- iie«>» In which H woman buttle* rlchen autl lor love. \\ ¥11E With MARY BRIAN— RICHARD ARLEN— JACK OAKIE— HARRY GREEN— BACLANOVA There'* romance, Uriimu, youth, laughter, love ttuii excitement In tlil» UcllKhtful ull-talklng euteitiUnmeut! Hear Ulcbard Arlen make love! Hear Hury Briau ¥ "Miller and Lyles"—Horace Heig.u ^>aqd—Sound News S Rupert Hughes' Red Book Story "SHE GOES TO WAR" "Turkey For Two" — "Pining Pioneers" — Olympic News M HAROLD LLOYD'S IQQ% "Welcome Danger" Talking I v . S. e ?.,J . r ^ 6 .fe ^'^'S'^S''^^^"^^''^'^^'^'^''^'^'^'^'^'^'^*^ ^''^ < *^'*^ < '^ l&*&*yMW&A&»&^ M &»&M&,&&^^ A T. Tulk and Song '. W ?«?• F R. I.

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