The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 17, 1930 · Page 12
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January 17, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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TWELVE. I JCr.nLJi.juJ f. 180 Worth IMttslmrs Street. T'hono 12K5 Buy Now at.' a Saving! Finer Typo fur Trlmmwl Winter Yom Icm't ITnvo to ftc Without A Now Coat Whom Davidson's , Are Selling Navy'Chinchillas Sports Coats Dross Co/its Sizes 11 to 44. Values to $18.95. /») Dross nnd Sport. Coats, Camels Hair Fttbrh-s That Sold tx $22.95 Shan 18 to 54. Limited groups of liljrh-io'ivtp Winter Conts DRASTICALLY UVDEJH'HICEO for immediate selling! These Conts on sale tomorrow offer you SAVINGS of SI7 to $. l l«--so It's ti urood Invt'Htnient to buy YOTIJt New Whiter Oat NOW for wear t-lio balance o f - t h i s Bnson null yon'Il IIIWB It. practically now for next your! PLEiVTJT OF BLACK COATS! 46 COATS Formerly $S5 to $40, Sncrj- flced nt ... 89 COATS Formerly $4. to $50, Sacrificed at ;.... 42 COATS Formerly $55 to $70, flcod at BLACK COATS--featiirini? tho season's most approved modes. Collars, cuffs, border.^ etc., of Caracul, Wolf, Skunk, Civet Cat, nml other beautiful fnrs. AH sires for ivoinioii, misses, Juniors, and Inrjror women. Fur Coats reduced $ 50.00 FUR COATS $25.00 $100.00 FUR COATS $50.00 $150.00 FUR COATS ...$75.00 Repeating 1 A Most Successful Sevan Seventy-Five Sale *o -wonder we're kept busy re-orderlns these drosses! For nowhore will you find ilKilr eqnnl In STYLE, QUALITY, and TALITE at this LOW SALE T'KICES In fnct tlio majority 1VII01/ESALE almost nt $7.75, go yon can ilgiire out ffielr ACTUAL WO.IiTH! Canton and Flat Georgettes Sntlns, Silk Fronts, Combinations ID chiding Popular emliouetto Drosses Xo iniif(er -what type of frock you rtui.y ivanl. It's in this sale! .for afternoon, strcl v.-vnr, business, college--for all oc- f n s i o r "-'"iv versions of tlie sllhoiiettu \\\ drapes, dipping 1 homllncs, .inns, shirring', tier skids, . .....1 jiirlotjs other now stylo notes. Dresses And New We Are Offering »50 Brand Tfcnv Oeorgette, Canton Cropo Santoy Satin Cloth Pi'lnt Dresses Sl-«es 12 to 53. Bcautii'Til new Similes. Sniai't Styles. 2 For $9.00 Chic, Smart, Snappy Creations in All of the Newest Shades. THREE HUNDRED HATS Now when Davidson's two cloNing out tholr entire stock of High tirado, High Price, CJlrls' Contte lit tremendous savings, ! COATS THAT SOLD F1LOM $5.95 TO $18.08 FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1930. Records' That IJauft Be Broken JWWIIfl*WW^^ T HE PEN may be mightier them' the rword, but It Un't half *s powerful «ui th« new material that is to b« uaed for phonograph records. If the aowereol pictures And the talkies are aoaurete writaria the pan together with t'ae printing pros* may bo duo for a long vocation. And tha apokon word will Indeed be ruler of a naw kingdom where newspapers and magazines will emerge in the guino 6f phonograph records. The new and wonderful material announcad recently by , Doctor* Louis Hammett and George H. Walden, Jr. la ealled "Ihiriutn" and IB all that Its name iniplian. For tt is durable to the point of un- breokablllty and of equal flo-jtibll- ttyi making It ideal for phonograph record* la particulat. But not the old typo of record that t when any one looked at 1 . Not by a long nhotl The nvw lurlum reoordi can !lo duty sm a toa-pot stand, a dinner plate, a d- -or-mat or a nice toy for baby without In the leaat impairing Lhoii effiei- oncy or tone I properties. Durium is »o teexpnn*iv« that It li planned to iesu.il atanda: d erixed reoordi ' ich woek, to be -stalled at 16 oonta apiece throuj h mtch agencie* of distribution a newsstand* and variotiii retail 5 pros in much the sarae way as the weekly magazine la marketed. It la ejajiy from this to visualise t) a tim« when the wai)kly paper w3I consist of record* amplifying th »»wa- r«el picturca that hnva tak MI such a hold on popular itnaj illation, Talking pIctarcB will alao I a made of dimum, which hfc* the a d«d ai- ropped -fvantnga of emerging from th« intact rvgardicsa of th« handling to which it has baen nnb- jected. All thin a«em« so far away from the little brittle wax dlac that was uiied by Thontaa Ed Is on to record voicea for his phonograph. It was no soft that after having b«en played for admiring neighbor* a f aw times its oaaily marred surface WDJI no acratehad or chipped Umt one of Souas'* marches lounded like a record of a maiiagerio of wild anlmaln before feeding time. And now that the new material promises on practically unbreakable records, In addition to all the other marrals of th« ajpa, we may still witness a ravivaT of tha g;ttuna~i phone that boa of bite been, eclipsed by so many other marvels. W« may even raid OHI recordiwl newBjpapers fzom U_ PUBLIC SCHOOL ATTENDANCE , By JOIIN S. CAJIK/OUL, In ITayotta C»unty Journal. There are tnoro than 30,000 piibllo school children In the school districts of Fayette county, under the «upor- vlelon of tho offlco ot tlio county superintendent. The Stato Department o£ Public Instruction publishes, at the end of eech calendar month, a roport of attendance of all public schools of the Commonwealth. In order for a county to bo cia-wcii in the first group, every school ot each dlfi- trlct must have fllel with the State, through tho office of Uio county superintendent, a complete attendance report. Attendance reports by districts for the month of November follow: Attend. Brown-.ivlllo Boro. __ _ Brownsville Twp. _ Bello "V'ernon _________ : -- BullaWn Twp. (3 out). Connellsvllld Twp. __ Dawsoa _____ - Dirnbar - -- Everflon ------- Falrchanco __ Faj-ettB City _ __ Henry Clay JeC'erson LUKorne _ Lower Tyrone . Markleyaburg . Muaontown Meoalleti. New Salem Nicholson North Union Olilopyle ,,...__ Point Marion Perry _ Saltlick South Brownavillo ,,_ South ClonnellavlUe _ South Union SprlnghlU Springfield ^___J_ Stewart 562 419 696 701 334 136 303 181 -- 477 405 . 925 __ 2313 280 Q9S ... 2757 K17 48 . 869 _ 1805 .._ (1222 _ 372 .' 37E6 _. 106 _. 668 . 1962 B9B . 164-3 _, 628 . !'143 _ 699 _- 450 .. 209 .. 201 _.. 424 Sralthileld Upper Tyrone VanderhM -- 210 Washington 1112 Wharton 262 'Wharton Independent 33 Pet. 93 06 93 a 4 97 38 96 95 96 38 86 !)4 05 SB !M 93 !1IJ 35 96 1)7 SG 9G 92 95 97 94 95 86 88 07 93 90 1)5 85 04 i Theatres The Paramount "The Forward Pass," «i* First. National Vltaphoinj i^l-taikli :; plotui'e, 071 t.he scrocn at tho. PariU iOimt, fea- turoa Douslas Fairbanks, Jr., and Jjorotta Youn?. This- pair, .ho youngest screen team, aro Idea' ly eawt i.n the story uml r'iiVly look u vd act like col-logo yoitngs'tvrB,'even ir. the midst of a. cjist. Hint la convijosc-d largely of retul college )oya and girls The story ti-enls with a c; niTnis flirt, playol by Misis Young, anr a football player, portrviy*M{- 'by Fair! tu,ks. Thi.s gridiron horo ha» momoivt i when he doesn't foe) :h-ero!c The re«-U'ltlng eoniplicaUottK inalco an i itorestolng: story, In wMob a pretty · omarice Is woven. · · · Director Edd.ie C'line, !ha s glv-en us a college -iiictuii-e with real coll«fe at- moKphero and w i t h o u t a t nico'm. the motion piotiiro Jiokunn- tl at 1 .-'haifl BO oTton bon tosiwd iato wol 6K9 Bftorlea in Uio ia-st. . . . ' '·- CHtie used al1jj;universl y iii Southern CafiiCojinUi for hi* b; ckgrotinds, and many of tho -stuiilents for h)s ac- toTH and ac1.TC83os, Inch dtd in. tho, cast is the «ntfiix football ;-eam ol the Univoral'ty of tuiherii CaliEomia. Th-eae boys dkl not bob up luddenly in. the .footljfuU gained, *tra.u ;eru to tlve spectators bat aro f»en ill through the picrtatre pl«5 r lwg -pa:rts llltG veterans, A -mighty -Oliver cn*t Is - -eem in sin- poi't o! t.lw f«a.tiir«il p-b yarfi, "Big Boy" Williams, of "Noah 1 ." Aa'k" fame, has- a comody -role. "P«ai tits" Bypoti, the .little shtiw ffirt. who g ad'naied Into picture* and who play® ; in "Broadway Babies" awl "His Ci· p-tlve Wom- n n." A Vitephone a«t, - .11 talking serial, "The Ace ot Scot! ind Yard," are also hc.h:g sho".vn. Iron Recipient of Ho over's Famous Mud Pie Letter Dr. W. O. Thonipaon, president «meritua of Ohio State University, whose New Year's felicitations addressed to President Hooves brought an extraordinary rejtly from thB Chief Executive in which the latter urged hia friend not to be disheartened by agitators and falsehoods seeking to oring about the failure of th« President and his Administration. The Chief Executive spoke with humorous irony of hig rjoliticttl opponents "whoso daily toil it was to mix mud pies" and remarked that "the sons of evil have at least collateral descendant* in j"very IRON BRIDGE, Jen. I ?-- Mias Lillian Weaver ot Kcnttdal , waa here Monday with the family o her brother Glenn J. Weaver. Mr. and Mrs Wllll'nn ' Graft of. Scottdale, were callers 1 ere on Sunday. John 0. Faith was adr iltted to the Connellavlllo Hospital on Tueeday for toea'ttnent of an infected lag. Mrs. John H. I'ritts ! ud children wero at KepulJlic Sunle ' with the family o£ 3VIrn. : Pritt's glister, Mra. Datilol Caldwol!. Mr«, Uolilali Doalil roi urned to lior homo Tluursday at'tor a v sit horn with hoy parents, Mr, and I frs. Ell H, CroMby, Sr. Mifc« Kmma Wilnon of ?cott.dalo'was a caller hero Friday amc ig friends. Miea 'Beatrice Miller and sleter, Vorao, \v-ero Ornemsbur ,' visitors on Tuesday. Mr. and Mm, Qaorge Mathny, Blr. and aon, Thomuti. wero hero Sunday with tho 1'aniily of . Mr t. Matheny's brother, Ell II, Cro«by, f r, Oliver Echard ol! Bant Scottdalo was hero B a t u r d u y w i t h hia sister, Mre. John CroHljy. M1«H 'Bvolyii Wwlali a i d friend of Mount I'hittHtiut woro -ioro Kunday vli.li theli 1 f r i e n d H , Mr, .i\A Mrs, William Howard, Mr, itiul Mra, .!ohn F ikor arid chil- lren and fjithor, Htwn / Ifolkor o£ GroBiishurK; w a r e Iwro Bumlay with the family of Mr. Police 'a sietoi;, Mra. Johu C. Faith, : Mr*. SmitJt E l i l f i n a id daughtoi-H, JUlssoH G'tvmo ainl Mao ll 'Mag ot Pleasant Valley and Mr. and .Mre. LewlH llillor of Pannsville wo; o here Sunday with tlisj family ot Mr*- Milker's par- enta, Mr, and Mra. Am 1 Rica. The Orpheism Compaay" te OH view at the Orpheum Theatre. "Faat CoinpRny" has to do with a "tmflh league" ball player, Jack Oaltie, who playe "baaeoall eo Wel^ that a« Is elgued hy the Yankees. He leaves hia little old homo town and IB plunged into the fast company of clty-brod girls and 'big league players. He becomes the tower of strength on tho Yankees and they win the pen- nanl. Then comes the world's series with Plttstrarg.' With the deciding gome to be played on the morrow, a iiuinbor'ot upsetting events project themselves Into the pathways of suc- cess'for Oakle. Hie grlrl turne him down, and a gang o£ aniart gamblera mok.ee Wm their unwitting dupe. All seems dark when a very happy twist of fate saves the day for the boastful but lovablo hero. Everybody wiio ever read Lardner's etorlea : --and -we guees that's everybody In America, will want to eeo thte ploture. It IB based on an original Ring Lardner atory, and Director SuthorJn4 has e3erted all his directorial ability to have the famous slang dialog; of the groat humorist injected into the play. Jack Oakie la what ehowmon call fl, · "natural" comedian for the part he playe. He ia a bragging, happy-go-lucky, .likeable youth, and hie comedy-cracks collect hun- flrede of 3aug1ia. All the advantages of Sound recording ai-o brought into the production, You heftr the fans yelling, you hear tho players razzing the other team, and you hear the crack of bat on ball. You hear tho American "slangruago as she- In epoke." Bvelyn Brent 3s swell aa the city-bred girl wlio finally falls for (kikte. "Skoetfl" Gallagher te the qnlck-tongued manager of Oakle, and Gwen Leo fe the blond and comedy girl friend who helps muss up the progress of fehe love plot. The program also Includes an all- talking comedy, movietone act and sound news reel. Homo of the Vltaphnno Pictures Today and Tomorrow i Wins Highest Honors For Romance and Action! by Jlarrey Gates. Directed by Eddie CLIne, Wonderful Lore Story. Fire Big 1 Stars. Thrilling Football Game With f be youthful lovers of "Fast JMe" DOUG. FAIRBANKS, JR. ard LORETTA YOUNG and Lane Chandler, Guinn Williams Marion Byron Vitaphone Act^--Fred Ardath In * f Hfon Among Men* J All Tallcle Serial, "Ace of Scotland Yards" w.f+fffff*+»ff*f*+r**»ro*+r»f»fo+»fffff**rwf+»»0**»f»+»ff»** Admission--Matinee lOc and 25c; ?fight 15c and 05c Mon. and Taes.--Stair Jfoland in "Shanghai Lady** Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Colleen Moore In "Foot Lights and Fools/* VMMWMMWWMWWWWMIIM^^ r ORPHEUMTHEATR Today--Tomorrow ALL TALKING You can't ke«p up with the laughs iii FAST COMPANY Also All-Talking Comedy, Movietone Act and Sound News Advert! eincnl:s Wh-an plaxe.d in the c- lunin« - o f ' T b e CoiH'ior bring: ro-sti-l'tH. Try them. Pairoalz* those wlu advertise. Sour Stomach Is a Danger Signal A Little Disunited Magnesia After Moals Gives Instant Belief. . 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