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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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TWELVE. THUS DAILY COURIER, CONN3 LLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, KEBRUARY J 2 . At tlie Thea The Paramount The Orpheiim m Tho e o m t n c of Technics has brought ;iu era o 1 - t tho pain! ing profession i n Tho d e m a i d f o r p a i n t e r s iimi r u n n l h a s d o u b l e d i n t h e " t u d i o s . ( l i r e color p i r t u r e i H ' f i i m e t l i e rat;* 1 l ! M a i l»- n r l \\ l n l p i t i l res t h e pa n i l in 2: »l s i ' a i r i i i u i r m a t t e r , tor o n U n e i i t , ! - h « l e , ,iK n e e d e d I n T e i - u m i o'.oi p i c t u r - s cu ry object is photoernphod in it.s t i i i t i i i a l eolors, so the Breaths' (nro and a tention m u s t b-e given to the p a i n t f e a t u r e "Salty." t h o First National and V l t a p h o n e picture starring M a r i t j n Miller, which is on the s;roen at t ho Paramount Theatre is e n t i r e l y in Toehnic-olor. and more th.itt K,0 hai rels of paint were used OH f h e various iot-s K i f t v painters were en- tc.iso-d to d x-or.il* tho various sets, v.orking over a period of six weeks a* t n e y were le-edod. A ie.marl;ablo r e s t a u r a n t set. w h i c h w,i.s b u i l t in its entirely from the. i r c v n t door to tho k i t c h e n , and w h i c h «a.s large- ^nouRh to accommodate '100 n a t r o n s , was caroliilly decorated by f i n i s h i n g j m m t e r s . The Balkan I n n ·-et mid the gar on .sot, each of them', o r u p v i n o : a n e n t i t f s t a c o studio*-, n vi! e x t r u d i n g 241) l e n g t h am 1^7 t'e-et in w i d t h . ieo.uired v,oe-ks of labor on tho par* of large l o r c f M of oa in Ic I'll! atldi ion to tho p a i n t i n g on tho et , a l l -roes, shrubbery, a n d fiieeu l i l u i U s were spr.ivert hy silver piutits, .so t h a t he leave-, w o u l d pick t i n the light-- for the Tectinicohn- amer.ts The paiitlni; of the seats was super- i n t e n d e d "v tho cameramen and teeh- p i ( l u r t ; i Hc ; !c f t . i k r i , o.'] ci \ t \ I n scored a n o t h e r 1 l u ' b wood \ \ l i p n siio m.icii dolnr ;H ( h e "Sous of l-ovc," d r a m a . Hlio ,in ,-s i n g ' h o cour'-o C i n i u i i t a h l c Hakr · he q u e e n ot \ i r l o r y la.^ h c i f . l i k i n g p i c t u r e O r p h o u m Tlie.ilre in he C o l u m b i a m u s i c a l s e v e r a l hongs d u r - t l i e p i c t u r e ifi t h u m a n n e r '('he mv- pres-non ihe niii Ie was immense. Tlie story coi e e r u s ; m o t h e r ' s des i r e to give, her b o \ , who is p a r t of a f a m i l y v a n d e v t l o a c t , t h e o p p o r t u n i t y to go to school md bceome som-etlung more than " J U K I a n a c t o r " T h e f a t h e r o b j e c t s to hi ea inc, up t h e act ('(inflict f o l l o w s . T ic t u o sepai utes. The f a t h e r takes e i smother p-artnei, a blond v a m p . 11 w the f a m i l y , through the influenc'e ot tin 1 · oiuigsttT, become u n i t e d a i f d i i i i« we 1-told and s k i l l f u l l y Ie t 1 K e n t o u . laker sines, she i n t o h e r elnrt. o between Miss · v i l l e performers Little- David D n r a n d ' s 4itis w i l l tut; a t your "Hougs of ijove". is e the in d i r e c t e d by Ka V/hen Mis-, her w h o l e beat is the tlii'foroiii cUid other valid is an a r t i s t * a c t i n f c and -sit iieart striues. fine p i c t u r e . M'is.s Hak«-i s t a u e at t i i ^ petired C r e q u e ' ha.Is, t h e r e a t 1 me l o d i r s An a l l - U ki reel ami raovi s h o w n T h u r . s d a . 1 This Is C .11. - w i l l bo s h o w n N u g e n t wi puts 't'hat Hhe t h e ap nadc hei d e b u t on ee .f e i g t u .She t l v i n Kast Side ·i , and was tho f i r s t a s p e c l a l t ) of H e b r e w s o u n d act are i d a \ and S.ituula;, , "So ^e," a t a l k i n g i umetly Sally Starr a n d K i l i o t t ppe.ir in the stellar rules. n i c i a n . 1 1 order to group the colors j T| KV ( - ; , i ' h so as to ' - H O the illusion of d e p t h , or i CotU-Ke ' i i l o n i h o t h i r d (limen.sion. This is done bj | !ulU i dlu i h ) U ) l i . i v i n K the mor i str'.kuig colors in the j s t n i e t h e n u iV'regroui d. and n o u l r a l .shades in the liar k g r o t i n d . K v e n t ie tlooi-'J of Technu-alor sets l i r e pai it-ed in d a z / l i n f d Statues, o r n a i n e n t . i l wixxiwork, work am all the wooden t r i m m i n g s ol t h e s«Ms ire p . i i n t i d w i t h tho gratet care for color p i c t u r e s Tho p i o p r a m als{ includes a phone art. t a l k n m newn t a l k i n g c o m e d y . l'tdle e r i H ita i e c l a n d Mil | Friday and S a t u r d a y j ami Alic« Day w i l l e-ve i remo el pi r - . * n t a t i i n. IUU"«! of ' So This If makes, t h i s liirn stand I d i - i i a b o v e a n y H ; m i l a r uid t h e s w i f t l y moving it in a i l i a n w U f and n a m e , c o u l d n « \ p r be » - i t h e a t r e DEVICE MAKES HANDS REPLACE EARS OF MUTES Clilcncro Pupils Ahlo to "Hear" Tlirottjrli VilirnHon of 'ow Phone. By J l R. H A T N V I L L K I ' n i U ' d I'H-I^K Staft C o r r o H p o n d c u L f f l K ' A O O , KP!X 12 - K i n f t e t h and haiil« «re taking thp plare of oarH foi t l i e f f t t l e d«af a n d d u m b p u p i l s a t the Alexander Graham Rell school in Chicago. An oleotrica! device w h i f l i n i f g n i f l e e the vibrations of the voice 17. timea ie hold in tho h a n d , Baseil upon tho hypothesis developed by Prof. R-obert II. Gault of the psychology department of North wee tern University, supplied ouch ol tho five pupita in a special rlus«. a s l u d y of tlio prar- t i a b i l i t y of (he instriiiricnt ifi being m u!o. Tho e«npc of touch IK elaimwl to IKS tho parent senne, by «c!entiats, and IVof. Gault workwl upon this p r i n - clplo. Tha instrutnpnl include? un ei.rpieco for those who have any residual hearing, 110 matter how small t h e -!''g;rt'o. a mouthpiece, ind the r i r c u J ? r object rontatniiiR !i m a g n e t and d ciphragm Tin; d i a p h r a g m registers the. epoken vibrations upon the skin o ' tho hand. "Teachers of the d f a f and d u m b h a w encouraged t l i e i r p u p i l o to i«iy l \ e i r hands upon tho loacher'n throat vhile she w:is fipoakini;," fuiid Miss Marne l.aunlsen, ;i student of Prof. Oaull's and hi» c h i e f aide in d«velop- i-is tho i n s t r u m e n t , wlio i« iiifltrncfiri!? I IIP 'las;i, "but as t h i H practice could only bo followed on-e at a iiin* 1 , the i c*t of the class became i n a t t e n t i v e . H'itli Ihi.s touch t e l e p h o n e chiklron i-nn not oniy f«! the words contliiK ·hrough U, hut can l a l k into it to other, and 'h«ar' each other and teaching w i t h o u t w a t c h m f ? t h e PRIZE WINNERS IN CARD PARTY AT LEISENRING s h o w n i i . "I.ltte J o h n n y .Ione« " Spain Celebrates The Pope's Day M A D R I D , Keb V 2 . -- W h i l e Lliuoin's b i r t h d a y V.HH cfle-bratcd in t h e United States 'nday, Spain w a s engaged in the c D n r n e m o r . i t i o n c f the Pope's Day, upon p r o c l a m a t i o n by Cardinal - S ' n u i . i , ,ircbbis\iop ot Toledo, P r i m a t e T o I a \ . t h e eislitb a u n i v t r s a r y of the o.-oiKit on nf 1'iUh X t as 1'ope, ,et c i s i f i - a--, t h u i d u i ] be ce I I ( U H (I )W '" J l l s ' ' IS Cliiklr.' i'-i Day, mni s [ ( ( C K l l ci-tV.S : t p i j i K w i t h t h e i ui, spe ial KM o u t Spam a n J · I 0 1 1 H » H l i | O t l l c of a hone of Tho Pope's Day," every yea" J.ator Day. many othc · In Primate '.5 pro- ss"8 wpri» h e l d ill m a n y plnres r iiublif acts i aco. H i i n d i ' p N of to M i t to t l i o V a t K a n , and lo tint MUK ii, MK'' bVodt-rU-o Twio- ! b w i i ! I u t h e Cutbedr.i! o f s»c ol i ho primacy. Iho cere- pa.rtlct;!-.ir!y lniprcssiv«» .sixth j card p.ii tit-s at the Le · r i n g .No, 1- Frick Auditorium for t ie benefit of St. \'inceat LePaul dm iJi u; J.c-iseiirlng Thirty tablet, \ \ t r u calbni into iilay. Forty tool part in the bingo gamee. prize \v nrier« are as follow^: M s Clcmetine Koitler, first women, .Mis TCuima llarrigan, mcomi women, J. \ l i i t n e y Hotsson, nrst nseu, and W. U. I u ici!., second men. Five h u n d r e d , M .s. Paul Herman, first; Mr.-). Jeruiit Frazk'r, fiM:oiKi; Chris J i m , t h i r d ; Urs John Sidney, fourth; Mrs. Kuf:er K r a x i e r , f i f t h ; Mm. Jihii i'ricbaid ^ x t h ; i'aul i l e r r u a n , sev- e n t h . U l n a ). M n . Stephen l(uesia.sh. til's',; K t n e i t Sypi'si, s i - u i n d ; Marga- flret Wciti "r, t h i r d , Mrt-; C'hark. u Hunker, f o i r!h, anl ."li-u A n n a Doyle fifth. 'Pie- dtxir prize v,ab \von b) The s-ve i t h ;itif laai p a r t y will bi held on Mo !(la cvt-nins. K e b i u g r y 17. at Leiseur 1 IK .No. 1. Th«! d i s ' i i b u t k u . of Bfries n/cs- w i l l also be con- ttucted. i. incheon v , a ^ WTVK! ·Jraphfi n r e k e p t of t h e progrofih of the students and th* results show a remarkable i m p r o v e m e n t Sn tho pupils One p i r l Acqtiirel 1'i! words in s e v t n wooki- Progrew ban imnror^J in pfr r e n t over the use of t h e l i p reading system -itone. It is s«iM Tho maintenance of the instni · Ticnts and t h e pitwr nrcc?#a.ry ban b e f n fnrnlsbof! bv the C'nrTi«Bie l i v t ! tttte at Washin^on b u t as i n s t i t u t e otTieials rea;;irl the e x p e r i m e n t complete end a .success, continued financing of ttw p-ojert ifi undecided. F.R Wetter Named Director of Yough River Association is .'mall. Arts. Kruit.? arc big. Results J Wure ! vVhcn yfti use Ads. in Tl o Daily Courier. '.« swiall, esoiKs are big. Thw ccet Theatre Today and Tomorrow : Vita}ilion' \-t' f Talking r »metJy aad NOYVS FJ-eI Friday and Saturday Eddie Buzr.ell in "Little Johnny Jones" TODAY BELLE RAlffl 6KAVES ' DAV D DU2AW.) ALLTALkfiNC JIHGIHG'DANCING U IT/ ' * « Also All Talking Com idy Comedy, Movietone Act and Sound News of the Hlvpr hnprow-inon! Ai(,oLiation w l l l ra«t at S o'clock T'lur^day c v c n t u p nt \VVsl Nowton. A n n o u n c o m o n t was rna-i|t today tliat Prank P. Welkor, local canal boontcr, has been nuvdc u dirwtor. Mr, HVlki-r. Incidental!·, buggertpi the projtoHition at the interesting group raoetiiig which harf hecn iakeri «p by th* Jward. The out-of-town directors who havp kK»en named by President A. M, Stovon- «cii of th* a*«ocl?itio!i arc as f o l l o w s : Senator Harry J. Jletl, Dawwon. LloyU Kroopa, \S'ick Kar«n. John K. 131ack, Dlckernon R u n . A.. C, Bklwartlti, J5ral Ford. C. C. Collins, Vnml«rtiU Howard Adams, Perryopolls. WiJHum K. Gray. Ufcorty. Clyde K. Welhe, Star Junction. Harry T. Bll-onbergcr, Duribar B. Sturj?is Colhurn, Mil! Run. Hoy C. Martz, Indinn ftoad W. S. Christncr, Davistown. Tlldan H. Korn, Nornuilvlllf-. W. J. Muyo, Melcroft. W. S. ShJrey, South ConnellsvlUc. Rueeeli MiMor, Layton. Harvey Luco, WMlaot\. Paul O, Hood, Keiscnrin^ No. 1. IT. B. Brown, Indian Cro«k, R, W. Whipfcey, Ohfopylo. Dunbar Township Typists Rewarded For Good Records Four awardM for proficiency in typewriting have been presented to seniors at fie Dutibar Township High School, according to announcement today at the be-leenring No. 1 institution. Wllma Adams lias been given a gold pin for writing an average of 45 words per m i n u t e for lo consecutive minute*. This is an award of tha Underwood Typewriting Company, tyicklentally, the average is tho net, a penalty of 30 wordy be.lng calculated for each mistake. Theola McLaughlin was given a certificate £or writing- 38 -words per minute while France^ Orbin received a certificate tor having an average of 32 words per minute. Those also were i "I'mlei wool awards. Helen M a r t i n c h a l k waa presented \viih a Hilve,r piu by tho Remington Typewriter Company 1'or i net average of 'II words per m i n u t e . AIRPLANE BANDIT j ROBS OHIO PORT j n. t u i t t n i i'i c -,s | COMIMBL'S, Ohio, Feb. 1 2 - - T h e M y - I ing burglar who robbed the an e x - j p r e n B office at Port Columbus Monti,, v and e^v.iped in a s i l v e r a n d b l u e pl.ine named "Blue i l w v p n , " s t i l l Bvafie) c a p t u r e y^twriay s« w a t f h w n s UAQI tor hijn Irom ooa^it t i^'fl ?'* vJl It -25L x-X v l v» Cx v Phone 889 T R O U T M A Phone 890 Tell the old, old story in a. truly modern way . useful and sn art gifts. It's just a trifle, if you will, to accompan T your greetings with more elaborate things and lei ting the gift express your sentiments. TrouLmans have gifts for all . . . conveying thoughts tha . words cannot express. Practical Valentines That Are Useful and Smart V Women' . Silk Hosie ry Leather Handbags $5.00 A Bosca hand tooled pursp would print "My Valentine" in the onsem- ble forever. Fine "leather, him lock, fitted with mirror and coin pur«e, New Compacts $1.00 The gift that all Women delight in receiving. Attractively boxed compacts of new design. Thf useful gift t h a t JK MU'CH ,4SfUi in w i n n i n g "My Valentino." Service Silk Ho*e $1.35 'Die pure silk, full fashioned hose . of service v ciglvt in all !-hadt-H and Valentine Candies Red (!inn«mon Hoart.s Ib. _._.. 20c Chocolate Hearts filled with frnlt and nuts, each 25c Valentino Ass'fc. Candies, Ib 50c 1 Ih. heart, shaped box of Chocolates .-JH.fl'O Perfumes $1.00 Sweet odeurs will remind her -"You are My Valentine." Women's Scarfs $1.00 T h e talented Valentine givor will harmonize the nev triangle scarfs with your now costume. Crepe de Chine material with conventional designs. Costume Jewelry $1.00 '""he sparkling message for Valentine Day. In new shudes and designs. Dance Handkerchiefs 50c The dainty chiffon handkerchiefs will give your Valentine a new arrival. Women's Lace Neckwear $1.00 "To My Valentine," with the 'V right around her neck. Valentine Novelties \ «Ient in es for Everybody, each. ...... Ic to 25c Valentine Tallies, Place Cards, ea ..... 3c Valentine Napkins, 18 to pkg ......... ,, ..... 15c Outfits to Make Your Own Valentines, Specially Boxed ..... ,, ..... 25c Men's Silk Ties 95c The ties that say "Be My Valentine" -- in neat and bold patterns. White Shirts $2.00 The white broadcloth shirt w i l l convey your sentiments to your Valentine. Crepe Silk Lingerie $1.84 L a c e trimmed and tailored dnce sets, chemise, panties, bloomers and gowns.' French Suede Gloves $1.95 Washable, slip-on glove? for the charming hand of y nir Valentine. All Linen Bridge Sets $1.00 .16 inch square cloth with 4 napkins to match. 3'ure linen with colored tmbroidery. Necessities for the Little Folks! I Hand Made Infants' Dresses $1.00 Philipp ne embroidered dresses with scalloped! bottoms. HI me with plain hem and others have em- broidorod di sign above the hem, all arc beautifully jmide and IT immed. Troulman's --Second Floor. Infants' Gertrudes Philippine Embroidered $1.00 Hand made Gertrudes with emhroidei'- ed design above hem. Beautifully mace and trimmed. Infants' Diapers Birds Bye diapers with one dozen in a package 'I'rotttmnn's--Second Floor, MILE-A-MINUTE MARTY -BY-- Wrrtheimer Motor Co- W. Crawford Avenue. LINCOLN COWt H A V E A ;RA*GCO TO his OH;THDAV IN THB YOU SAID »T OAU ANJJ A GREAT H E W A S H T ? WHY WHERE've YOU 86EN AM. T H E S E LIKE HUNCOCN np, HOOVER DON'T Ji K6 Uh tOUl - i 6 W A S A C HBAT h» FOR A 0 tllV , AMY M O W / POI.LY- AMNC WHY, ME OUILT ROAPS.X I SURE ? - JUST AS SURC AS I THAT THIS USED CAR i CJOUCHT WERTHEI HER MOTOR CO, » 5 T « E OeST BUY IH TOWN/ OlON' You ftvtR HCAR o LINCOLN 1028 I ssey Coupe !1'27 I upmobile Sedan H)-.M C handler Sedan Lincoln said, "You can't fool nil of the people all of the time." We've never tested this axiurn, for we've lever tried to fool anyone at any time! 1024 Chandler Tourinp 1927 Htndebnker Coupe 1925 Joii£e Touring- Chai apion CHAMPION, Fe . 12 --Carl Hunter is iiap.-ovlng folk v i n g j. bad case of diphtheria. Mrs. A. f, Bowi an has been B u f f e r - ing Jioru i i e u r u l g i iMi-e. H«nuou 1 as r e t u i n c d to her h o m e m Ohio a f t ir s p e n d i n g tsoveial Road Supervieor John Logan vho had his leg broken while scattering aslieu lato one night has been taken home f r o m tho hfibpitul. W i l l i a m Nickel who was about recovered from grip, has eufferexl a re- d a y u at f i e horn H a i r y H u n t e r . Mi-, and M r « . f Air. u n d Mi-o 11. 1' of her brother, ('. MosU'ller anil Baylor rnrwlfi a bus- u i c t H I rip to Som M-n-et on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs ,. T. Hostctlei and M i . H i u l ^ ' t " .1 C n c a h m n t l e n i l c c i t h e c \ p m i s * f r v i c i - u t Hie I n d i a n llc.ui last Sum i v ll''v Beuhm h'«i of the or* achltu; aorvice. Tim r|K3lreanierH Cla-t, of t h e C h u r c h of th-j Bretlirea will hold its monthly meeting at the homo of C h a r l e s JJeixhm on Friday evening. Rev. (5. H. Baggett of Liverpool, New York, w i l l conduct ,a Horiee uE evan- meetings at the Davistcwu beginning next Sunday. True Blue and Band of Honor f-JfloaPs o!' the C o u n t y Lino C h u r c h held a joint m e e t i n g at the homo of Stella Kalp, a m e m b e r of the T'-ue B l u n Claea. A short program wat, rendered and ganu6 were playd Rofrcph- meuffi wer K'Tvexi. Among tbo3c present were Ot s Baylor, lidith lx;hr, Louolla S i y t e r , Vernlce Saylor Gayle Ob«r, J a m e ^ lieahm, Kelyn Hostetlei, George K«idrjw, Kenneth JI6»5te-tIer. James S n j ' d i r , Ooldle W h i t e , Stella Kalp, Goruli Sue White, Clifford Kal], iferne HotUiUer, J u n i o r Kalp, Oucuf I^oh;', Mr. and Mre. Alonxo Kalp, Mr. and rftls. Efiefit NewlU, Mr. and Mrs. Bar! Slojisirun and children, Mr. and Airs. Harry f i l l e r wild eon. f*. Ho.s- t e l l e r a n d M r and M i s . H e r m a n Kalp. DUNBAR TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL BEGINS OPEREHA REHE iRSAL YS ho lo Patronize. Thos-B who advorliao in The Courier. Uso o»r "want" llij 6tai ttrt 'blcrd ly noon at UMJ i n m b u i Tovna lip High 'School for the- aiinut.! opere'ta winch v k i j l be given a' J / e i c e n r l n g * o. 1 .it a date to be made p u b l u lalei 1 Miss Mary ./ l i e m m i n p e i , j i r ' « i | ing the cast | The production i* e n t i t l e d 'J"rij ot , , f e n c h o Koad." The Ivries \ eix w r i t - Dailj ten by Kstelle Alen-vinun ( l.irk t h e rnuMi hv r « ' m e r J o h n ( l a r k . Patronize UUKM who adv* tlw*

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