•"m I 'k Ttl* «1ks' ninth aftnutl XMdVI fl»y ' , ohe «f lh« ve»y big 'event! *>t, e ««nttly, will fit held! at fieol* k (JH Thursday, Jufle 12. Ail ' a«4d ' required to register and secure tags frwif t» the pichid. thfc refIstfatitm win Bpta '-at a p. m. tin Thursday; June 6, aM Will continue on strid 4h* cloie At. # . leave the Elks' June 7. club CM June 14 at 8.80 a. m. returftl the park at 8 o'clock in the . , ^ ^ Superlhterlsleht of Schools F. G. Ragers of Nlttany, last week announced through the Pennsylvania department of education that the 1930 Centre county teachers institute wilt be held at Bellefonte the week of Oct. 20. A few .day* ago these was retired from th« \ierVlce of the Pennsylvania Railroad company a man who has seen remarkable changes In transportation facilities 'and business connected there-. with In fiellefonte frohi the early days of railroading to the present time. We refer to Joseph UnderCbffer who left the company with an excellent record of forty-nine years of service. "Joe" was retired as baggage master of Bellefohte . a post that he held continuously since he entered the service, on July 1, 1880. Expressing their esteem for him, the other employes of the company connected with the passenger and freight stations presented him wtlh'si purse of gold. ' . Both State College theatres, the new Cathaum and the old, but remodeled Nittany, were sold on May 26 by ••Maurice Bsurn, a former Bellefonte boy, td the Warner Brothers theatres, inc., a chain ownership operated by Warner Brothers moving picture concern. The principal crops raised on Centre county farms in 1929 were worth approximately $2,895,270, according to a report issued this week by the Pennsylvania department of agriculture. Centre county stood about half way from the top ih the standing of all the counties in the state. Dr. and Mrs. David Dale with Mr. •nd Mrs. John Curtin and daughter Jane motored; to Fairfax, Va., Friday, where they were present at the graduating exercises at Their daughter Miss Fairfax Hall. Ann Dale and the graduating class. T. D. O'Neal of Johnstown thur C. Dale. Mr. and Mrs. J Miss Carolyn Dale were members of spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs. Ar- Kennedy Johnston and daughter Martha and son Phillip have returned from New Castle after spending several days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnston's daughter Mrs. Wayne Stytzinger and family. They were accompanied home by their other daughter Kathryn, who is a student at Westminister college, Wilmington, Pa. ' ' Fred and Ben Herr of Pittsburgh spent Memorial day and the week end with their parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Claude Herr. Mr. and Mrs. Rlch,ard Herman and daughter Betty Lou of Rldgway were guests over the week end of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Herman. Mrs. Charles Helsler of Beaver Falls Is making' her usual annual visit with the William Rider family on Spring street. William Royer. and daughter Miss Pearl of Niagara Falls motored to Bellefonte last week to spend Memorial day with Mr. Royer's mother Mrs. Harrison Kline. Mr. Royer returned to his home Monday while Miss Pearl will spend a week with friends. Joseph Meersohbacher, a student at .Kings college, Tenn., Is spending his vacation With his parents Mr. Mrs. Ralph Moerschbacher. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore and of Philadelphia are guests of the tatter's sister Mrs. Margaret Brown. William Owen of Mtffllnburg spent •Memorial day with his brother Edward Owen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johnston of Red Lion are week end'guests of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs, J. Kennedy Johnston. Clarence Owen, a student at the University of Pittsburgh, is spending his vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Owen, Miss Dalao Keichllne entertained at a luncheon Thursday at her home on Bishop street in honor of Miss Ella 'Levy, who resigned as assistant principal of the Bishop school. Those present were Miss Katherine Gardner, i Miss Helen Harper, Miss Esther Fulton, Miss Gall Mitchell, Mrs. Eleanor McDowell and Mrs. Ebon Bower. The teachera presented Miss Levy with a beautiful pin, as a token of appreciation of her years of service. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. West and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Williams wero hosts to the members of the Sycamore Island camp Thursday evening at a dinner ,at the Nittany Country club. Covers Were laid for twenty-one guests. The evening was spent in playing 500. Guesta at the H. C. Yeflger home over the week end Included Mr. and Mrs, Malcolm Yeager, Mr. and Mrs Roland Tapley of Perth Amboy, N. J., Mrs. Olive T. Kersteter and son Wul- ton and Dr. and Mrs. George Mead of Bethlehem. Mrs. Irwin Underwood of Erie and Miss Blanche Underwood of Harrisburg were week end guests of the latter's father Isaac Underwood. Mrs. Charles F. McCoy of Lewistown and her brother Charles Lukenbach and wife of California, spent Memorial day with t'rlcnda in Bellofonte. Dr. and Mrs. John Sebrlng at a bridge party given at their home Fri r day afternoon, announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Ferguson Sebring ' and Mr. Thomas Sieger Derr, son of Mrs. Louis Derr of Boston, HUMS. Mlas. Sebrlng is a graduate of Smith college, white Mr. Derr has received his degrees from Harvard university and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. No date has been set for the wedding. Hr. and Mrs. Dwlght Garnet of Freeport, 111,, ure guests at the M. R. Johnson home on North Spring street. Mr. and Mrs. Lelf Olsen and v family spent the week-end with Uio former's mother and sister in Pittsburgh. Mrs. George Waits returned the latter part of the week from Williamsport whore ulio spent ten days with her sons George, jr., and Joseph. Mra. iS\a\e R. Hellwell and uistei Mint Mary RanUin motored to Har- rlsburg over the week-end. Mrs. Hell- well was a guest of her brother Walter B. Runhin and family, while Miss Mary wan a guest of friends at a week-end house party. The census report shows Millheim's population to be 659. In 1820 it was 615. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Morris of Snarey, Ark., were recent guests of ••' *. Service Will be ob'SelfVed ift Trinity* formed chufch Sunday evening June & at 7.30. The primary rooms 1 and jtintors of the school will present A pagent, "Tht> Golden Rdwl" Antheins by the ' • • enolrV Mr. and Mrs. George •• \ Hengsf . . and two children of Wllrterding are spending a short vacation at the *I4 homestead. Mrs. Harriet Kline and Mr*. SWarner and daughter 6f Aitoon«.\ called on friends here Friday. Oliver Acker, a former resident of this place but ttoW Of Shirley vine, wa.8 a recent visitor here. Mrs. Sara Mason and daughter Gleo and Ethel of Altoona were calling oh friends and relatives here Oh Decoration day. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Groyle and Son of Fairmont, Va., spent a few days, the past week at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Alonza Croyle. • .. < Mr/ and Mrs. William Jefferies and children of Alexandria, V*., spent the week-end with relatives here. -+, Miss Anna fierkhelmer is visiting her brother Dr. David fierkheimer at Read* ing. , Mr. and Mrs. William. DIcKenson and son Logan spent the week-end in Altoona. . Mrs. Laura Ickes of Altoona is Visiting at the home of Miss Blmlra Berkheimer. Mr. and Mrs. John Otto and daughter of Wilmerding, spent the week-end with • the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Otto. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Ehredi and three children spent the past week with the' grandfather John H. Moses and their aunts Mls,ses Salinda and Anna Moses. ' Mrs. Alice Griffith, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia at the home of her son Roy, Is slowly-improving^ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hughes and children of Altoona spent the week-end with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Jason Blackburn. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Oster of Altoona spent Decoration day at the home of the former's brother. Daniel Oster and family. Misses Carrie and Sara Blackburrtjof Bedford were Wednesday guests |of Mr. and Mrs. toeorge M. Oster. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walter and sons Wilson, Vernon and Charles spent Friday in Johnstown at the home of Mrs. Walter's son Herbert Long and family. ; Mrs. Franklin Kauffman of St. Clalrsville and daughter Miss Alice of Philadelphia were Friday guests of their daughter and sister Mrs. C. W/ Shaffer. Mrs. Wesley Whltnach of Roaring Spring, visited her daughter Mrs. Parson Otto on Wednesday. Miss Mayme Ake of Hyndman visited her sister Mrs. Samuel Diehl on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smeltzer and son Paul were Saturday guests of Mrs. Smeltzer's parents Mr. and Mrs. George M. Oster. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cora and two children of Altoona were Friday afternoon callers here. Mr. and Mrs. David Griffith of Fishertown spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffith. . Mr. and'Mrs. Herbert McCreary of Point', were Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Calihan. Mrs. Mary Metcalf of Fishertown was a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Claycomb and children of Summerhlll were Sunday guests of Mrs. Sarah Hull. Mr. and' Mrs. Thomas Claycomb of Everett, spent Sunday with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Oster. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Imjer of Johnstown visited relatives here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Beegle'and Mrs. Harriet Moses and -daughter Ada were Sunday visitors atf the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Jones at Claysburg. Mi\ and Mrs. Roy Crlssman of Bedford, spent Sunday at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crissman. _j ' the former'* brother Robert Morris and family, Mrs. Carl Berberloh of Washington, D. C., la visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. I. McGlnley. The first aid team of the West Penn Power company composed of LeRoy Bryan, captain; P. I. Holt, John Hoy, Charles Kellerman, Allen Cruse and LeRoy Scull went to Rldgway recently for the annual contest with the other teams In the Keystone division and for the second time brought back the cup^ for having been pronounced the best team in the division. The Bellefonte team will go to Greensburg to compote with the division winners In the entire West Penn territory. The last case to be tried at the regular May term of court last week was that of Mrs. Harvey Shaffer and'her husband H. P. Shaffer, against • the borough of Bellefonte and the Central Pennsylvania Gas Co., being an action for damages for an injury to Mrs. Shaffer. She was awarded $1,200 and her husband $760.50. In August, 1928, Mrs.' Shaffer stepped oq some loose gas pipe in a gutter on West Howard street and fractured her leg. SWEET AIR Btff. In U. B. Patent Office for Palnl«»» Extraction. I'yorrhea. Treated Plalea tightened, reset at small cost. Plate work a specialty. Examination free. DR. SHOR 1112 12th Ave. Dentist Altoona, Pa. D»Uy — 9 to 6 p. Von., Wed.. Oat.. Tfll 8 p. iMd floor Koum Phone ^^ Qreta Lantern Te» Kounj [WE /CtAKE OUKU//J OWN WEATHER/ I ^.i.^na^lMV*"*^ OUR MAMMOTH $30,000.00 REFRIGERATED AIR COOLING SYSTEM —is now ih operation for your enjoyment and delight. Every day is a day of pleasure for Strand patrons. Tons of cool, clean, crispy, freph mountain air every minute. Bring the Family To £) WARNER'S Wk STRAND And Enjoy SUMMER PARADISE and Perfect Pictures W, rr — .——, __--, _^- tlllOB,,. vllft 6f dtnta of Philli ; m ::. n illness bf rouble. ags and Well; known ifl He possessed sterMiig traits^ bL, ides'his flflset;<"«k; sistfef wid brother 1 !«& survive. •' ' '- , >.Mr. and Mrs. Jdhn MCtkber And ehlK ire*, for many year* esteemed residents of. Philipsburg, have moved their- lousehold goods to Somerset, where he former during the winter became mployed as secretary ot the Chamber f Commerce, as well as the Somerset 4otbr eiub; v Mrs. McCabe and chil- ren remained here until the •close of, chool, a son, Francis, being,one of his year's graduates from FHillpsburg High. While residents here very much egret the departure of this good faftt* )y,' they wish them happiness and rosperlty in their new location, hoping hey will hot forget to visit here frequently. Mrs. s. B. Evans, wife of the pas- or'of Trinity Methodist church here, s a patient at Philipsburg State hospital where it is expected she wilP undergo an operation for the removal of a goitre. It is hoped she may mve an early restoration to health. Mr. and Mrs. PaGl Lafey Of Buffalo, . Y., former residents of Hawk Bun, pent the latter part of' last week with relatives and friends there. They were accorded a hearty welcome. James Malloy of Akron, O., is spend- ng a -week or so with his wife and amlly at Allport and children in Ehllipsburg. Mr. and Mrs. John Burns and son Harry of Dover, N. J., spent the past week-end with relatives at Hawk Run, heir former home. Philipsburg High school graduated ne of the largest classes, if not the argest, Thursday evening, when eighty-seven seniors were awarded .iplomarf, the presentation being made >y Professor H. O. Grain. Miss Jane 'ones was salutatorian, while Miss Elizabeth Smith was valedictorian. The ommencement speaker was Dr. John Henry Frlzzell, head of the department of public speaking at Penn- ylvanla State college. It was one if the'. finest talks ever heard in D hilipsburg schools, and • contained plendld, encouragement and advice for he young graduates. Delightful music eatured the exercises. ' Miss Elizabeth Bell, aged 18, daugh- er of Mr. -and. Mrs. Calvin Bell of near here, who. i.was ~badlv injured in collision at the New York Ceptral allroad crossing at Troy bridge, near here, and who has been a patient at 'hillpsburg State hospital, since, is 'esting as comfortably "as may be expected; considering the multiple cuts nd bruises received. She is also suffer- ng from a fracture of the elbow, and hock. ; However, unless Unforeseen developments occur, she will recover. The accident happened Thursday evening of last week Harmon and Ernest Heathcote of De- roit, Mich., visited at the home of heir parents Mr. and Mrs. William Heathcote, at Hawk Run, near here, iver Memorial day. ' , City water was installed in Episcopal cemetery at Hawk Run for the convenience of those who visited the >urlal ground Memorial day to decorate graves. Senator Harry B.:-Scott a a donation towards purchasing , pipe, while tw«lve or fourteen men dug the ditches and laid the pipe, completing the work .the evening before Memorial day. It is expected the congregation will pay the monthly bill for the use of the water. Mrs. William Heathcote and granddaughter Norma Jean, and Mids Ethel rleathcote and friend" Kenneth Lansberry. of Hawk Run, motored to Buter' and Spent 'Memorial day with' Mrs. Reed Elder. Miss Vera Hummell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hummell of Point __,ookout, seriously injured in an automobile accident near Jeannette when a horse jumped onto the car in which she was riding, causing death to her girl friend, Miss Edith McClaln, and njury to Steve Stugan, driver, May 11, and who had been a patient at Greensburg hospital ever since, was irought to her home here_Sunday evening. She Is greatly Improved, her parents and physicians here expressing ,he hope that she will compltely recover. She suffered concussion of the jrain and had remained in an unconscious condition for some time. Her numerous Philipsburg friends are pleased to know she is back at home, md earnestly hope it will not be long before she is around. y. tleuae* spent ine'fva, o., where W«SIMS |to6sls,at «i* WJftse Of Mr. afltt Mr*. WHWde's daughter. , Mr. fcnd' Mfg. Jf. C. Fdremah are now occupying their summer home In the (Tap. •-.,•>. fB6 ChHdfeft's day He^ylces will be held In the MardorJ Methodist church oh Sunday, June 1 18. The committee ha* pfepftred a gfOod prOgrftm. the attendance at the Sunday school on Sunday was 188. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ward of Altoona spent Sunday Visiting at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. S. B. Kllllnger Of Ivystde cottage. O'h Thursday everting, June 12, the Outdoor'Girls' club will hold an entertainment in the Mardorf Methodist chUrCH; A yery interesting .program Is being prepared, featuring the play, "A Will of Her Own." The tickets for this play can be had by seeing any of the members .of this class. After, the play the members of class No, t will serve a cafeteria lunch. AIL are Invited. "The dally vacation Bible school will begin on Monday morning, June 6, in the Mardorf Methodist church for two weeks. The services will begin at 9 O'clock and end at 11.40. All Children including the parents are Invite^ and the pastor, Rev. Kar.ns, and helpers will have charge of the school. The children In the community are invited to come7 Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Foutz of Lone Pine cottage left last Thursday evening for Detroit, Mich., where they were the guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hicks '• McCartney. While there the party motored to the White Chapel Memorial cemetery where they attended the Memorial day services and Witnessed the unveillng ( of the polar bear* monument erected to the memory of the forty-seven soldiers of the 331st infantry of the World war, who lost their lives in northern Russia. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Simpson and family spent Sunday at their summer hqme in the gap. ' Robert Parks, a student at State college, spent Sunday visiting at the home of his parents. MM. ftASJk fo\ASf.d* ttMC MfOMk feet entertained tn« Market street ewlng club of which IhB IB A ffi&n- er at heir fwnte. . AIM* sptttdln* to* veninf' Ih conversation aW» needle work, the hostess, assisted by Miss Violet Miller, served dainty refresH* meats to the following guests: Mr*. 1. M. Krep^s, Mrs. Bruce Harvey, itrs. D, P. Parsons, Mfs% William tosensteel, M«, Fred Peterson, Mr*. Herbert cronier, Mrs. Stewart Kypfef, Mrs. Wayne V.. Fuller, Mrs. D. & Goodman; Mrs. CbpeftKaver,. Mr* R. H. Fissel and Mrs. Cloyd McCarty, Denny Bealman, jr., left Mount tJn- on early Monday morning to take a osition as assistant manager' ill one f the Murphy stores ih Turtle Creek. His brother William Bealiflah, who s employed In Pittsburgh, came home or the week-end. Congressman and Mrs. E..M. Beers motored home from Washington, D. C., and were Joined here by their son Cloyd G. Beers, a student at Mercers- urg, for Memorial day. Mr. and. Mrs. W. H. Harrison of Harrlsburg Were among the many ut-of-towrt visitors who came back o their home town to spend Memorial ay. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Gilbert of Wilmington, Dele, 1 motored home to WILLIAMSBURG f _ Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Umberger of Huntingdon, former pastor and Wife of the Lutheran pastorate of town, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ferral of First street. Mrs. Sarah RIley was taken 111 while at the Lutheran Sunday school on Sunday morning and was taken to her home on First street where she is recuperating. The Mary Crever Dunning society of the Methodist church will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday evening, June B, at the home of Mrs. Samuel Zimmerman, West Third street. The date has been changed from this evening, .because of the High school commencement. The rainy day offering will be taken at this meeting. There are forty-six rainy days up to May 29. Mr. and Mrs. George 'Tice, Mrs. Mildred Lantz and niece Miss Riley of Altoona were visiting friends and relatives in town a few evenings ago. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Patterson attended commencement exercises at Franklin and Marshall college on Monday as their son Charles was one of the graduates. Charles was a graduate of the Wllliamsburg High school four years ago. E. Thompson Clark-claims to be the oldest band member in Blair county. Mr. Clark has been in a band more or less for the past fifty-four years. He Is past the three score and ten year mark and marched and played as usua' In the Memorial day parade on Friday able to be up and Authorized Permanent - Wavers W« «lr« tha •*••• lie EU««M W«T«. ANoltsEL'S M O D K B N BEAUTY SHOPPE 20 Altoona Trust Bid*. Dial OTS8 MJSS ANOBEb STICK, Mgr. FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OUR BIRTHDAY—YOUR PARTY SUMMER PARADISE THAT YOU HAVE LONG DBEAMED OF FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY TONS OF REFRIGERATED AIR COOL, CLEAN, CRISPY, FBKSH MOUNTAIN AIB EVERY MINUTE OF THE DAY A PICTURE YOU'LL NEVER FORGET BKOf LEON JANNEY New "Wonder Of the Screen In •WARNER BROS. VITAPHONIs- PRODUCTION *«mi».Wf tnrttv* »»— Pf* 1 ** PRODUCTION A deification of the American mother and a glorification of the American boy. We heartily endorse and urge you to see this great production. HAM HAMILTON COMEDY VITAPHONE ACTS SOUND NEWS V. *.'" -STARTING FRIDAY- What A Great Combination Both Star and MOUNT UNION gfttlM tnft M««WttM flay WgflMIf** speellv* o«6ert ato* Ifctfp Wffls.fom <Znafi«s fiftldwtft, w»o h** tee* && ployed In Philadelphia, t* Uonrt fdt * few days to attend ths e*>niitoBn*e- tfiient exercise* of M» tott fhoflMU Baldwin. J. B. DavfS of ReedSvlltS WH8 A ,vta* ttor in Mount tJnfon on Memorial day. Miss Elsie Landls, one of the "mothers" at the Methodist orphanage at Mechanicstrarg, Is spending ft few days of Vacation With her sister Miss Maud Landls in their Division street home and also with her brother George Landls and family. Mrs. Effle Rummell and her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Crosby and two Children, her son-lri-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mastbrook and their baby son, also Robert Bassett, motored from Washington, D. C., to spend the Week-end here. The Mas't- brook baby was baptized In the Presbyterian church at the morning service by Rev. Frederick C. Fowler. The T/l'RIO TttEATRB Today And Tomorrow. Janet Gaynor In "4 DEVJLS" A picture of 1,000 thrills with Murjr Duncan, Nancy Drexel, Christ Morton and Also' Comedy—Sixteen Sweeties Tarian tlt« Tiger, chapter No. .8. and Special Lunchei SOc Table D'Hote Dinner 6Sc 11 A. M. to 11.30 P.M. SBI TO-DAY NORMA SHEARER And a 100 per cent cait in her most daring and triumphant role. A sensational disclosure of modem morals and marriage TOWS. "The Divorcee" RtfnffHnf tMRrti rtrfdeUt* And wet* AfltHafW wrth thtt ennfch f« many y»*». Mr*. Margaret MonlfroWWfy ftffit daughter Kim Emma Montgotnefy « 8na«e Oftp were visitors lit Clf&ttttM Saturday and visited en route from* with thfl former's sinter MM. t». C. S«al«ian. Dr. ChAl Montgomery and Harold Lupfer, both of Altoona, gpfiti. Memorial day in Shade Gap and Wer« accompanied home M far aa Tyrone as they Journeyed to Cl*arfleld. Mrs: Ultwm Ripple Russell of Deri- ,. -***"•• Pent Including FAMOUS 12th St. ffl* REST* You'll never forget this picture! The most, talked-of film In years! 1 with CHESTER MORRIS CONRAD NAGLE ROBERT MONTGOMERY Based on a Story by URSULA PARROTT A ROBERT Z. LEONARD Production A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer .All- Talking picture. Shorts—Our dnnr. all talking comedy, "LAZY DAYS." 'Sound Sportllte. "SPLASHIN* THRU;" Metrotone News, Up- to-the-minute Reel; Mure Connelly In ",THE MAGNATE." Feature at 11.00. a. m.. 1.10, 3.20, 5.30. 7.40 and 10.00 p. m. Regular Prices Starts Saturday The funniest picture ever made HURRY-3 MORE DAYS MISHLER BBS Critics Everywhere Call It the Screen Treat Of the Year »f COO'LEST SPOT IN / TOWN/^ •nine 1 1.15 A, 1.45, 4.15, &4*? and 9.15 P. ' THE LAST FULL SHOWING OF THIS MARVELOUS PICTURE FRIDAY STARTS AT 4.15 P. M. EXTRA TOMOKROW NIGHT AT 11.30 Benefit Performance AMERICAN 1EG1ON FRIDAY EVENING, RUTH BARNES* ANNUAI/ DANCE. RECITAL Starting Sat., 11A.M. EDMUND LOWE As Louis Beretti, Gangster, In "BORN RECKLESS" Feared by Men . . . Adored by . . Hard-Loving Gangland Women . . . This HanUWving Lothario Suavely Steps Out of a Great Book . . . Onto the Screen in a dramatic Fox Alovletone Picture . . . Directed by John Ford. In the Cast are Catherine Dale Owens, Lee Tracy, Marguerite Churchill and 25 others. \ >V. &?', ''v. CLARA SINKING THE FLEET WITH HER 'IT PERSONALITY! Nautical but CLARA BOW IN A True lo the Navy WITH FREDRJC MA&CH, MAHAY CL Cfaramaunt tftctune Clara sings! Witli Her vu.i-e, tier eyea, her whole body! In a rleeti'ul of sweethearts she linds "There's Only Oa'j Who Matters." She lights the Navy for him. Remember Fredric March in "The Wild Party"? He'a her boy-friend again. And Harry Green's a riot in a real comic role ! "Pick 'Em Young" — Vitaphone Acits — Sound News 4h^ "EARLY BIRD" MATINEE DAILY 10.00 A. M. TO 12.00 NOON—15- ; 13.00 NOON TO 6.00 P. M.—25c Starts Friday GARY COOPER In "ONLY THE BRAVE" CAPITOL' "SWEETIE" THEN "HONEY* AND NOW NANCY'S BEST HITt Give Her a Hand! Your heart is already hers! "America's Sweetie" in a surprise role, directed by Edmund Qould' ing, who made "Th'e Trespasser.** Phillips Holmes, Hobart Bos» worth, James Kirkw.ood head the distinguished cast. NANCY CARROLL Devils Holiday d tyammouTit Picture Paramount News Christie Comedy— "The Stronger Sex" Starts Saturday MAURICE CHEVAWBR In "THE BIG PQNB?
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