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January 27, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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· \ FAGE SIX, THEJ DAILY COURIER, FA', MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 11)3 (7. *-**++^+-4 P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Miss Catherine Harry, student ut, Scton Hill College, Greensburg, spent the- week-end with her . p a t e n t s , ' M r . ; j ftud Mrs. S. J. Harry f» North,;Pltts-.- b u r g Ktreet, ' "' '· ··· ' · Chester Weaver of Hnrrisburjj"spent lli-o vvock-ehd here. - ! Mrs. M. U. Vance, Kvho hart been H I ' ill hoc home ut Kouth C o n n e l l a v l l l o , ' \iKtt suffered it relapse. She i s - c o n f i n e d ; lo her bod. ' · Mre. H. C. Lynn, who u n d e r w e n t an i eye- operation at. the Ear and E y e : Hospital, Pittehiii-K, is at tho home ot I/or son nnd duuglitcr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Lyoit ot Oreenaburg. Mrt;. Mary Rice ',.)£ .Twelfth street. West Skle,. spent the week-end with ; Mrs-. Joseph'-J'-'agani' of JVIcKeespprt. j Ml«s Theresa.Hemline ot Carnegie r.vonuo spont'.tho week-end-with Miss j r e n o Tiolitreli, . i-.nesthollst at. the Columbia HcrtpUu!, "Willdnsburj;. Henry Delriek of Trafford was a Sunday guest at the home of. his sla- l e r , Mrs. Clara Martin of Trader ave- rine. Mrs. ).'. V. K-ouzer is repdrlei v e r y 1 ill u t ' l i o r home in North PittsburK «lrcut. She was .stricken last week. Thcro Us no noticeable change today in her condition. .Mr«. H. B. Wilhelin is expected to he nble to volum next Sunlay f r o m Washington, where she has been u n d e r g o i n g t r e a t m e n t since . J a n u a r y i. For some t i m e she «'w at Gar- Hold l l o a p i t a l bnl is now at the home of her brother, AV. \V. Deal. II. I 1 '. .lonfcK of lOast Godar avenno waft called to Greensboro by the serious illness of 1 is fllsaer, Mrs. K. S. "K\\a says r.iie u i ' i ' t thirty y e t , but 1 seen her t r y i n ' to wipe, her face with her p e t t i c o a t an' sho never learned t h a i trick since skirts got knee high." C. T. Kepiieiv. president of the Fay- c t t e Baking Company, has returned fi-o-m P i t t s b n t s . where lie H a d ' been s i n c e the death of bis brother, Cloy.U .Kepner. Miss Oorothy Anderson, ,\flw is con- finoii to her homo in Knst .Cedui 1 .avenue w i t h ;ui i n j u r e d !;£, is ab-lo to \w u i i I'art of tho lime. Her leg is s U l i in a ciu-51. Mis 1 -? Anderson is f;isUuil l i b r a r i a n ut tin; Carnegie Free L i b r a r y . : II. A. Muhu.-, oily m a l l currier, fe off d.Uy us tho r e s u l t of I n j u r i e s suffered n a f a l l . Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mlterko and son. Robert, of tynionlown, spent. S u n d a y ·as the gne««3 of Mrs. Mitci'lco's inotJt- !)·, Mrs. JoKephine Muiac: of South K i g h l h street.' · · . . Mrs. A. C. Ixxinvis of Seottda-1-o was; a guest of her .son and diuightor-ln- luw, Mr. and Airs. A. Thnrston Loomis of South Arcli street, over the week- e n d , i LYMAN WEAVER DIES SUDDENLY AT EVERSON HOME Special ;o Tho Courier. SCOTTDAUC, Jan. '27.--Lyman S. Weaver, 47 y e a r s old, died s u d d e n l y Sit tin-day from a. heart attack at his h(jmt at. Eviction. Mr. Weaver ia survived by lite w i f e and a daughter. The funeral service will bo at - . o'clock Tuesday at the home a n d 2 : 3 0 J o'clock at St. Paul's L u t h e r a n c h u r c h ' f Kcoltdale, ,of which ho wa» a her. B u r i a l will be in St. Paul's C h u r c h . , BUTLER MAN DEAD, UNIONTOWN MAN ILL FROM POISON CAKES AluKKK'S-POttT. J n n . 27. -- Ralph joiies, 38, of Butler, died- today after h« had u n k n o w i n g l y enteit roach poison powder which was mixed with paucako Hour he um! two roommates prepared for t h e i r IKXUI jneal. .lamos jolinaon, -19. of -12 West 1'eter street, t'niontowii, an ! Ceorge Gravoii, W. VA. FISHERMEN M l , of A k r o n , Ohio, a e jiort Hospital. tori) said. The thvr''' n i s i r t i i -· ' · a n d a i l . f u w bi'.c.'. ill .in Mi-Kccs- uiay dio, (ioc- r-n. sli irlug vi bachelor · - I pa icakcs for l u n c h , .. ,-rf a k e u ill after a MRS. MINNIE WILSON D1S1NDUNBARTWP. Mrs. M i n n i e O. "WlHan, -t! y e a r s old, died at 4 o'clock ,thi ; m o r n i n g at her hm-e in D u n b a r t o w n s h i p , near Krlek rosfr'rvolr at Loisonri'ig No. ;!. She is survived by her h u band, Daniel "W. WilHoij, and tlu f o l l o w i n g c h i l d r e n : 1-ta.rry W., Sarah Pan line, and Ollbc-rt, all at home..Mrs. 0. V.'. MraiiB of Percy, John 1 Itoyd and Jai ins Boyd, Mount Hraddock, are sister and brothers. She wua a jnomber ' £ t l u v Laiirel Hill Presbyterian C'hiirc'i, The f u n o r a l v.'ill day a f t e r n o o n . A be hold at tho lal o'clock followed by o'clock at tho Laure: Church. 1'U'v. H. L w i l l ofllclale. J t n e i - n e i H w i l l be mado in the c h u r c h c-nu lory in charge of KniHual Director Jcmcs T. H u r h u n s . bo held \Velne.s- ;trle£ s«3rvico w i l l home /it 1:30 a f u l l one at 2 H i l l 1'rcsbytorian Johnson, p a a f o r , Last Tribute Jj'aid i To Mrs. Gillen Rev. l l o n r y Oclbel, pastor of the Immaculate Conception C h u r c h , off i c i a t e d at r e q u i e m h i g h muss -a': tlio c h u r c h for. Mr:;. K a t h r y u Ciillen. v e i l k n o w n rt'sidein, of 0 m n - l l s v i l U , t h i r t ii'.orniir.;. Mr;-. G l l l e u who had n-- sidcd for ;:) years in t h i s c i t y died Kriday. The cortege a^.semblod at tho late homo a t t h e Stratford A p a r t m e n t s in S o u t h I ' i t t s b u r j ; street and moved to !hc c h u r c h . Interim.'])! was mado in 'tin. 1 n e w St. Joseph's Cemetery. The pallbearers were Michael Kerr i f . ' u n , Al. J. K o l a n d . Joel Straw!!,' li'd- waivl i J i i f r f f u n , Lewis U u m a s and J. J. M c K i t t r i c U . liiug-litcr Horn, A 10-tiotiiiil d a u g h t e r was 1/on.i Tlmivitlay. J a n u a r y I'J, to Mr. and Mrs. C h a r l e n K a m r i u i l l - e r of \Vharton Fnr- n n c c road at tiio luuno of iMr.s. fllacey'.s l u i r o t i t s , .M;'. iwul .Mrs. George .U!;i,'t\v of I'liiUi)).-!. P r i o r to h « r mars-laK* Mrs;. K a m p m i l l e r wu.i Miss ' TTittlmu. I'.lacey. Tbfs Blacoy.s art; f o r m e r Conn i ' H s v i l l e ,Master Plumbers Attend Big Rally At Johnstown ( a-icy-Tcrri Score 'JS-II. ' The Casey C l u b o-f Connellsville was Ui-K'uUul by a f e o r u of 2S to .14 Saturday i i i K h t by the- Perry Toivnshll) l'*ircnii:n ba.i!;t.'UerB at Perryopolis. that i C o n n e Z l - i v i l l c nia.s wvll ro-pi-csonted i muctiuu; at the I-'or- .lohnstoivu Friday ;i prograiit was imdei- Prof. ,loh.i Whitalci- ot Penmij'lyania. Hi what p i n i n l i l i i K UK were d-lsc-tisscd. as convputt"!.ou ami methods. Local p l u m b e r s K. A. Collins, Hei FraiiU Workman, U. M. Collins, Charles V. VV'uito a . ·er p l u m b e r H were -t au c d u c n t i o n a l K t a n w l x llo'-frl ut nd Saturday. The the- .supervision of ;· of tho U n i v e r s i t y ·altli measures and uns to the p u b l i u .veil as chain Htori' modo-ru business vim atlonded were · m a n .O. Welki^r, .1. Fi-a.nk Spltlier, 'Theocloro Collins, id A. K. Van \utta. l i f d n c j Ailiiicnl.s }{-J{(;ve(i. M u n i worki'i'K, svhoac t'nll jiay eu- volope ia a neet--.sit.y. whosi' good l i e u l t h ' i s t h e i r o n l \ capital, m u s t keep themselves c o n s t a n t l y at t h e i r best. W h e n A r t h u r O'Malley, Oaraon J'Ull, Calif., had to dra;-, b i n aching weary body from a sleepless bod, he did a wise filing--took J-'oley rills r J i n r e l i c , and says: "Lcr.! t h a n 2 bottles oC Foloy Pills d i n r c i i c relieved me entirely oL' my kidney and r h e u m a t i c troubles nnd put mo on my fee-t and ' t o w o r k again. 1 w a n t other workors to know about H u m . " G u a r a n t e e d to tcive satisfaction." Ask t'ir them. For sale by C. 1'loy Vlctxel, W o o l w o r t h Hldg.--Atlvertiscm^nt. 10 ' WEST PENN'S PLANS C o n t i n u e d from Page One. Fork. If I he se- five projects nr,e de\*ol- ,'op'od ris; planned they" .will .so ohaiige the. character of the^a streams and tho wdjiici-ut. lerritbry thai: the iconic beauty and the trout f i s h i n g w i l l be d o s t r o y e d , it te c l a i u i n d by the objectors, To 'tli-e other n i n e projects proposed for Cheat l i i v o r , Oiler creek, ijiuire-1 Fork, Dry Fork and (jaiuly Fork, no objection Is b-niiiK ni;ulo. These can be developed w i t h o u t any ini'iJ.-urujcitl of tlie p u b l i c inlorosl a n d w i l l bo n m p l o to s u p p l y the power needs ot. iho State of Weal Virginia. 'The. -prof-cuts are being given or- Kanf/KHl form through Uio agency of tho i/aali Wail-on i.-eagnc, tho W i l d Ijit'e. betv.-jue,,-.Uie- American l.^egion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and others. Attorney Chru'las A. Goodwin, president of tho I?,uate Walton League, is B«rving as the legal .ropreselllatlvo ot those orgntmatlons and lum f i l e d for-iiia! protest w i t h the Public Service Commission. At. a recent mooting h e l d -her-v KonneUi A. He-id, an onthuaUiatic fisher man o-f C o n n e l l s v l l t o and flshhig editor of tho N a t i o n a l Sportsman's Maga/.ine. war, present a t i t i ontlin-ed tho'scopo of lho.projioa«fl ixjwer d-e- vt'lopnveut. Ito directed nltfciilion «H'p«^ially to the lilnckwater River projects, which are understood to !o the tlryl on tho chedul« of coniitruc- tion. M:-. R-eld has been a frequent, visitor f-r many years to t!ic t r o u t streams involved, and is t h o r o u g h l y fainiliii.r w i t h the territory. He o;vi'lained that n Ktoriugo- dam 7S feet high is proposed two jnll-es above Davis, w h i c h will flood the Canaan Valle-y au-d form a lake approxhnntely 15 miles In l e n g t h . From thin dam the- rive,i' wllJ he diverted through a tunnel Into Reaver crook. A uocond dam, 55 ftvet high, for power development w i l l le located ouo and one- fourth n:ilos below Tjiivis, n short d i n - tanco ;vl*ve Blackwiitor Kails, which will bark tho water up along t h o (own of Davis and sotno distance «p IJenvor -rcpk. From this second dmn another diversion ( u n n c t w i l l c a r r y HK wnior a r o u n d t h e r.ill.s n n t i i n t o thf N ' o i t h Fork a short dLstance above i:n j u n c t i o n with tho D l a c k - waler. A t h i r d U u m , OS Cect h i g h , w i l l bo located one-fourth mil- bo low Iho forks, ami from thttt dam IFio water w i l l be dlvortetl t h r o u g h i i n u l h w tint- nel to .t iKiwer house on Dry Fork at tho mouth ot the The uot result, Mr. Held K.-tld, of these developments w i l l Iw to d i v e r t the wnter from the H l « c k w ; » t p r f a l l s and goi go ami destroy its,- pnsjt n a t - ural l"u.«ly and A.luo a.s a t r o u t stream, by leaving tho boil dry. Similarly tho iwoposwl development on Shtivera Fork, by a d n m 100 feet high, w i l l divert tho vatler Into Gltidy l-'orlc. Seven miles )eluw tho town n-t C l a d y · n other d a m , ^K) feet biv'.h, will H K i i l n divert t h e \vator back i n t o Shaver.' I*Vrk to a power houne. Tiiia will ca;ift ID or more )nlle» cf Sltnvers Kork to !K« ilric'd up. Mr. field made It iilaln ( h a t he is not sec'ilriK to p r e v e n t the d e v e l o p m e n t of tho water power of the Cheat Hivt-i- and HH t r i b u t a r i e s , w h i c h is. ample to provlil for the neeils of the f u t u r e , b u t he docs believe Iho flnoBf. assets of Uic State of Wrat Virginia, like the B t a c k w a t e r and H« t'amouH gorRo, "shoul-1 bo considered I n iis-pects other t h u n In terms of KO m a n y k i l o - w a t t hours." Kdlt·)· Jjiidwljj, of the Now Dominion, (itctiident of the Wild Jvito i/eague of Weil Virginia, is Interested in tho i.'ssiies raised by lito appilcaljott of the power company mid Is iipjvealiRg to the m'!nilershlp ( f the league to join in the protest t h a t are Iwlng made, The Paramount "Young Nowheres," the latest I ich- fl,rd Biirthelmess'pic.titro, produce-1 by First National ami Vi|.aphone, op -ned t i l l s a f t e r n o o n at the Paramount. If. you like intelligence and hi mor ami. h u m a n i t y in pictures; 11! you like u p l e n d l d acting ami tho depiction rpon t h e t a l k i n g Rcv-een of ro.ll c h a r m :er«, actual men and women, lutch a-.3 011,0 N£ea every day' tho pnthwa. s of life, then you w i l l l i k e "Young No- w'hcres." It is- a b e a u t i f u l p i c l u r e , 'which telle a h e a u t i f i i l story; anl R i c h a r d Bar- thoimees lino ;.ievcr created a mor ·. appealing type. "YounR Nowliorcfl' has boon compared to "Tol'ablo Da -kl,." t h a t lirsl great t r i u m p h of B a i t h e i - uiesa as a star. If IK w e l l wort y of the comparison. Tho now pictur · has also been compare.! to "Drag" vblch v,'tte generally recognized as the first t a l k i n g p i c t u r e to sntsp t h e pom iblit- ties of this uewesr. f o r m of t h e universal d r a m a t i c a r t ; nnd "Yonu; N ? o- whens*" need not f e a r tho con pari- son. , And, above a l l , theatregoers who form tlio great army of Dick Bo 'tliel- mosM fans, you elmply cannot affi rd to m!«-:fi the latest, Oeiriinslratlon of lick's n a t u r a l , simple, but at tho sanu time · very « u t ) K f , l e art. i« an nctor. In Biuky, tho rricndioss elevator bo who Is called "Young N'owhoros," Bo-thel- me«a has added the ino*?t w l n i f i 1 atKl Hioving charactors of a!l to h i H F tilery of inipprii-onfitioDK, A viUu'houe- n c r t , news rael a .! all t a l k i n g comixiy are also being fr I O W I L CURTIS SHERRICK, PENNSY CONDUCTOI;, WESATCARNSGIE -CUirtl» i A. S h o r r t c k , Hi y«ir ; old. frol|;!it 'coriifuctor on tlic Pan andio D i v i s i o n of tho P o n n s y l v a n l n R a i l road, a native of 'Wti-Rtmorelund county and a b r o t h e r of Dr. F 1 . N. H! orrk-k of ConnellsvJlle, died 1'Yldfly it, his home at .110 llailrnad avenue CJIT- Mr. ShiM-rick, a s n n of t h e IE :e Mr. j ami M r s , jVhirtin O. H h e r r i c k , w» » born [ o n a f a r m located bftUv^cn A; /erton and M o u n t !-'!(,.;isftii!. When 1 » was uboat S(sv«n y*»rs "C ajre Uie f a m i l y removed in Kau-ta.s ar.d f o u r years later returned lo T.irr, For tho past. -\'-i y e u r i he ha t IK.-CH employed by t h e l'en«:iylv«nli Hail- road, -10 of w h i c h u« frois; .1 conductor. He hut! been re-siding t Car- iH'Kio for the !a:-U ''·' ywirp. He l«'-iivos t w o iJMUghlftrs, M a'. Bvn N. Sc-Mon of K''nnBi'8,lale flu I lOthol M. H u R s c l I , Wn ^Ir.ngto- , f o u r son*. Hniniu v ! M.. /"f f.'i rncgic, W i l l i a m W. Df, A l h o - i C.' ot Mcls.avs|ion naci Car! )·:. of C; r n e g l c . | Dr. F. N. ,SI err irk. of l/oiuu-llt ftllc-' is j the o n l y Itrodior. The funeral sot-vice was In !d this aft.t-i-jioon -at t!ie l a t e lime. In erment was inadu in the (Hianii.'rs Ci- notery, MrB. Pa.; |) At bedtime rob the throat and! chest thoroughly with-- near Uarnegic. 1'lrsl Child In D u l l Fin illy A noli wiirt b-.irn to lr, a.- d Mrs. J Ha-rold Bull at tin* Ctonn - l i s v i i l o State HoHpital ,-it 2:30 o'cioi x. Sunday afternoon. Both Mrs. I.' i l l ntid the baby are getting al'MiJi ver nicely, it is reported. Or. 'Iull la a well known detidst. Tho c h i l d is he lirat. In the f a m i l y . Mrs, . v / u l l w ia MtsH Al'borta Bruc.o. Soeoud .Son Horn. Mr. and Mrs. .I'OHOph lluey .' Ogden street are the parent; of a seven- pound son, born S u n d u y . Tl ere arc now two bo.v.s in th-j fum-li /. The mother will bo remembered as Miss Myrtle Moore of Isabella roar . Save money--read the ads. today. The Orpheum Floretiz Ziegfeld, Mary Eaton, Eddie Cantor, Helen Morgan and Iludy Vallee--picture these names in association w i t h an all-talking moving picture, and you have nomc idea of the Impressive magnitude and spectacular magnificence of " G l o r i f y i n g the American Girl," Paramonnt's Hinging, dancing, musiral production now r u n u Ing to capacity boluses at the O r p h u i i m Theatre. Florenz ZleRfoId's "Glorlfylpg the American Girl" was supervised por- ·sonally by tho g r e a t gloriiier himaolt. Mary Katon, premiere dansuuse of a n u m b e r of filogfeld's stage shows, and (ho loading lady In tho recent, all- lalklng m u s i c a l comedy fsucocss, ·'The 'Cocoalitils 1 ' with tho Four Marx Brothers, baa the K t n r role in "Glori- f y i n g the A m e r i c a n Girl." Kddic Cant o r appears in an inimitable Cantor comedy skit In a revtie sequence o£ the ptcturo in which appear also Helen Morpnn of "Show ,13oat" f^nie, who siings a typical blues song while floated on a piano in th-e host. Morgan manner, and Rudy Vnllce, ot, radio and stage fame who croons a typical Vnlleo- i u n e , Mitch of the d a x z l l h e sprsctacle of. Iho production Is presented in the l u l l colors of the Improved Technicolor process. Tho show is n b r e a t h - t a k i n g ex- traruganza of lavish-handed showmanship. Thcro arc gathered for the edification ot both oyo and ear the moat b e a u t i f u l Rirlfl in America In w h a t is said to be tho mos.t gorgeous array of slngiiiK and t l a i n c l n g the movie world has ever f-eeu. jit la n p i c t u r e that you m u s t see if you would be up on y o u r Mew Show World. Tho program .-i!. 1 -:.-, inr.ludtfs a m o v i e tone act, sound nows reel nnrl all- t a l k i n g comedy. The f e a t u r e p i c t u r e , for Thursday, Friday and S a t u r d a y 1« "Untamed" w i t h Joan C r a w f o r d i n t h e stellar roll. CHAIN STORE WILL BE DISCUSSED HERE THURSDAY EVENING K«xt Tiitipsday ovwnlng at S o'clock n t iho .Hfijh Schwl A u d i t o r i u m Ooorjjc ,!. Scliullc, editor of tlio Inter- 6t«!-3 (, St. 1/onis, w i l l talk at a Ttiask, mooting on tlio chain e t o r c s l t u a - tlon. Schulto Iflikfi f r e q u e n t l y from Station K V / K H ni Slirtn-criorl, I.a. Hv is beirif; broiipht. hero tnitlt-r Uie auspices of tho R o i n r y C l u b . Tito p u b l i c is invHotl. New Social Rooms At Perry Christian Church Are Opened Over 200 d i n n e r s were served to members and friends of the Christum Church at, Porryopolls Saturday n i g h t at i h o formal o p e n i n g of the b e a u t i f u l n e w social rooms, which I were added recently to the c h u r c h j edifice. The opcniiiK e v e n t was In the form of a honie-baknd ham Hiijjper, w h i c h was a groat. PIICCCSS, socially and flnancinlly. The now fioc.lfl] rooms nr? above Rround and h u v e a seating capacity ot liiO, whicli is ample to cave for banquctD and social affairs of (he community. People wore there from HH far as B r o w n s v i l l e . Monosscii. Conncllsville and West Newton. MILLION JARS USED YEARLY ieelino Pu£ yourself rljfht with nature by chewing I'Vcn-a-mlnt. Works mildly but effectively in small doses. Modern -- safe -- scientific. For the family. Ta Ik ing--Singing--Dancing [Bj [11 A dollar's ivorth of satisfaction for every ouo you sptmd. Call And You'll Get III Phone 341, VITAPHOKE .100% TALKIE He Sliared Her Sorrows And Found Happiness Sounds the soul-ciy of two lonely iiearts--stepping from sorrows to sunshine--with every foot heat echoing a heart beat --struggling, fighting for the. joys society denied them until Love showed the;*), the way! Drama that's big, big, Big! Telling the most inspiring love story that has ever reached the screen. Vitaphone Act With "Phil Baker in Spain' 11 1 AU Talking Comedy, "The Take Off" A d m i s s i o n -- Mat Jncc lOc and 2oc: Xipht J o e and S5c Thursday, Friday and Sniurdny Dolores Cotello in "Hearts in Exile" DOM T LET A COUGH HANG ON HpHE more you nefleet r. cough, tha ·*· more serious Jt betomM. Neglect » ttieiit cough and it bccomen a bad cough. Neglect a bad cough and it may lead to many more danfferouo ailmentf. Thouumdi know th»t Sov»ra'» ConEh BnUanv brines quick, nootlilng relief. What It has done for them. It can do for you. At your druggist, 25 and 50 cenlj. AS Coueh Balsam w$mti OUR ncedi prompt ntteit- , ion Children'.Mu.. terole applied every hour for 5 hours nHould brinff relief. AU dr CM 1 10* Patronize Those Who Advertise Use our "want" rwlvortlsonient. WEAR CLEAN CLOTHES · »*·'««·»· J* **;***' fben^-niinf T7iY Cheivinq Guitt JLAdtAT/VJE 1 Na ·Juttf JSut tlifAfiltt Che tu ft Like Gum. CouneJHsvilio coking coal, both i-uti .of m i n e and lump. »'iis Con!, Lump and ; \ u l Hize. Co he, N'nl .nnd l,)u-«-(s Sixes Consolidated Coal Supply 'Co. Yards on B. 0. « n d r, ii. E. Phones 1700 ajid 15, Your EriojKls wont let you miss this! Ziegfeld's gorgeous oxtravaganza- rovu-romance, ing tlie Amoricaa Girl." PLOREMZZJEGFELD'S e v u e - nauce! l a v i f - h N ( Show Wo *»» MARY EATON Qaramaura. Also All-Talking Ctunedy, 31'ovfefoiu Aci nrul So tin (i K«\vs. F~ ~~~,~~ $ j^jST Time ,of Siion'M! January 27 to 31 Only Cleaners Dyers Con noils vllle, Pa. Phone ./2jp\ Phone 813 iy 8,14

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