The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 13, 1930 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 13, 1930
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 3930. THE DAILY COU RIER, CON JELLSVILLE, PA. At the The: Tlie Paramount "Sally" with Man'jyn Miller in the leading roV, will be shown for the last Mmo tonight at the Paramount The picture Is attracting word "breaking ( rfwdb at all performances "fcally" s adapted from Mite Miller's Rfeateet ritage succse and la al«o her flrsl picture. Her fung-ing. her dancing, the scenes in which ehe tevenls her delightful gifts as a Comedienne, her love scenes with Alex \nder Gray well, if ou haven't e«n her cefore, you simply must inako her acquaintance aa soon as possible There's nobody like her No wonda" Broadway is at her feet. Now tho movla public all over the world is Mkely to assume a similar poeturo. And one recalls Alexander Gray, the handeomc young leading man, -who once placed in. the original atage "Sally" w i t h Mits Miller and hae made a sensation in Hollywood since he wont tc the studios last spring And Joe E. Brown, who plaje the role originally created by I.eon Errol-and makr« one forget Errol, which e no mean achievement And the iniml able Pert Ke-lton, and T. Roy Barnos as th-fr peppy theatrical agent, and Ford Stalling and dozens of others! At timoH It seems that there intuit be hundrsde of people in the big scenes- -dazzling glrlc, tall young'roeii, all singinp and dancing llko nobody's To tiuni it n i l up "Sally" mark? an epoch in the- history of the Htri-en John Franci« Dillon directed It, nid dworvwt a bow and a salute So ooes everybody concerned in the production The pi~ *ratn nlso includes v ·vita- phono at. all-'alkhiK remedy and t a l k i n g ne vs reel · Friday and Saturday Eddi* Buy/el! \vill he sotti in Little Johnny Jones " A ( hnptor of "Tarzan, the Tiger," a t h r i l l i n g serial w i l l also be shown WonndPd Yonth Catches H A H R I S B t r K G , Feb 13--Although wounded i i the groin oy one of four bullets flrtd, it H alleged, by John Heppman, 40, late ln«t night, M a r t i n Welglc, ';! eaupht tho former on Hut,- picion of "lavins; robbeil t h e home o£ tho oulh'' f a t h e r The Orpheurn Outfeide o£ tl e huge otaff of cumeia- men, sound technicians and s t u p e crew a, a n u m v e r of niiusiL tomjxjsois orchestration u-rangers, danco masters, football «xperts end unlverflitj 6d\tters w e r i necessary foi the (screening of " Jo Thin la College," the t e w Metro-Gcldwyn-Mayer talking-singing--dancing; £««ituro w h i c h n on the screen at th« Orpheum Theatre AKhous.h mi 3t of tho ten eong liiUs n em composevi bv Martin Brooues, many ot lh» lyrics came from the p-ens of Al B« a berg, Fred Ftehe T and Charlotte Gretnwood Broone'8 uum- bera are tho inppy "CarupUB Capers," "College Days,' " I Don't Want lour Kisses," "Gore »us" and "Friends Uu- til the End," \ hll« re«r and Klages contributed th whoopea eong, "Sophomore Prom " Sammy L,-e "f Zlegfeld Follies fam», and George Ciunlnghun, who put on the dunce numbera in "Good News" and "The Bro idway Melody," got together on tom-oottug the "Campus Capers" number, which is winning wide- popularity throughout th-e country Delmer Dave 1, former Stanford class president and o-«.uthor of the original etory from vOiich tho picture -was Illmed, acted a i claaa president in tho frztternhy houi e eoenes and also supervised technl al details of eet construction and ;loe club activities Sim Wood, d rector, U8e«l the Tiojan rampue for many ot his outdoor sound locations and t h e Uoa Angeles Coliseum, jammed v t t h 100,000 spectators was the authei tic background foi the big football DJ ttle. An all-'alkln" comedy movietone act and bound newe reel are also being shown. Oh, boy! ^ 9r no more colds S OUNDS hko magic. No more colds! What wouldn't you give to go through the winter without them? Here ia one sensible thing you can ·jo. A preventive measure that doctors j-ecommend. Every night snuff a little "Vaselinp" Petroleum Jelly up the nostrils. It ooats the membranes of the nasal pas- nages. According to doctors, germs are not likely to get in their deadly work f these sensitive membranes are fortified against them by lubrication. When you are outdoors on a dusty, %vindy duy, use "Vaseline" Jelly in r,he nostrils to relievo that tickle. The t.ube is convenient to carry, so you i-an always have it with you when you need it. If the throat feels htuiky, take a tea- fipoonful of the Jeily and swallow it, ^adio stars, whose voices'mean their bread and butter, have learned this f rick. You can profit from it too. Lay in a supply of "Vaseline" Jelly --in jars or tubes--at the nearest fitore. Use it regularly every night. Endorsed by Beautiful Women B e a u t i e s who ffuard their compl?*' 0 '* 1110 MEL.L.O-C!! O I-'aue Powder o n l humous for pin t -- U s coloring' n m t l e i ·? a p p r o v e d tn t h e G o v e i n m e n t The . k i n never lool a pasty or Haley It iprcads m o i e i i i u o t h l y and p r j d u i e s t v o u t h f u l t lo m Madp i s n. n « K l*7-£noii j j f o t c ·* M IH j I-*O -' 11 *O I flcp Ho n ile i JUro-i t i lon^pr ( . o n n e l l B v l H c Oruif " J -- A J \ r l l * « m e n t * aramount Theatre TODAY U.R Sxillu- Vltuphone V c l , I'ulklup Comedy and News Keel Kridaj and Satnrday Eddie Buzzell in "Little Johnny Jones *wi«wmwjMnvww STOP ISSUANCE OF EXEMPTION TO CHARITY WORKERS HAIIUISBUKQ, Feb Id--No ocrtifl- e a tea for organization** classed as religious under tha Solicitation A-t are issued this year by tho State Ut-part- aicut ol Welfare as 1 ud previously been tno practice, according to a atnte- inent of Mre. IS. S. It Mei'uule-y, State Sucretary of Welfare, today Hejetofore, Mre McCauley said that oiganizatlonu w h i c h are exempt from taxation because they are reiigSoun are also oxempt from the miulreruentH of « certiricatn of roglst .-lidii under w h i c h orfiainzatlong w!i! j trc not eo pjempt ar* permutec u »c!i. il funde. It wa« found that a number of the organizations which hud becuii*d cor- ti.lcatoa of oxempUon tli6piayei them pi eminently and In some cuaes had them photographed for display In (Join Ring funds theae worn fchown and t i e imprtteion wan gained Ihtit tho D'partniout of \VoU'.tr* wa endoraing the soHcitniton ot fundfi Vy the organ- Iz^tion dlapleyliiK the tortlflcato. The present Solicitation Act doea not lequire t b a t a certificate of exemption be grailto-1 and because of abuses, no such certlflcatee will bu issued thte yar by the Deparlrnenl Bridgeport THEATRE Today, Tomorrow and Saturday The Greatest Talking-Singing--Dancing Picture of Them All! BRIDGEPORT, Feb. IS--Mrs Clara Jordan of Connellevlllo wa« vteitlng h!r uncle and aunt, Mr and Mra Bnanuel Baior on Sunday. Mrs. Walter Hoke of Morfeantown wia called to Uio homo of her father, Hiram Doyer of Ilainmondvllle who ie j seriously ill. Revival services are being continued tbis Tvek at the Evangelic?! Church In r h a r K e of the pasto:, Rev J. 0 B ehop Mrs Robert Hare who had been ery 111 at her homo heie wae removed to the Alount Plpasant Hospital on Tuesday morning Edward Darrow of Mount Pleasant wis a business caller here en Tuesday. George Smith le able to "walk about his home following an operation several weeks ago Mr. and Mrs Geojge Hendrlcks arid children wore visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Eutsey of Iron Bridge recently. Mr. aiid Mrs. Ivan Kautruir and eon, Billy, attended evangelistic services at the Church, of God in Mount Pleasant on Sunday evening. Dickeron Run With j ROIKKT MOIHTGOMEIU 1 LLIOTT I V U G K N T TLIFF EDWARDS SALLY STAKE ^ Di'^KBRSON RUN, Feb 13--Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Shalleriberger, Mlae Dorothy ahallenbergei anI George Lloyd Sliallenberger have returned home after spending the day vieiting Mr. and M "j. Oeorga Ritenour at Deechvlew, Pitts^urg. uouis Marotti of Vandorbilt who had bfrfii confined to hit, homo with ton- UMtia is able to be out again. Mre W E. Beers and aon Oliver, Mi66 Henrietta Downing and Mre. Hoy Wilkinson of Dawson were shopping in Counellsville Tuesday evening. · Tony Bouadio, Touy Orlando and Jcseph Orlando have roturned to their he me at Vanderbilt aftor a very pleae- act irlsit with friends at G'arnegie. Pred Colbert, lieutenant of police for the PHtsburg I ako Frio Railroad at NVw Caetlo has been transferred to D'ckerson Run. W H. Slnmion-5 of Dawson was a P'ttaburg buahietis caller today Also All Talking Comody and Sound News CHEST ron thui Boolhinff. «a/e ointment that frequently relicvci in one apphcahon-- and ocldom (ails when applied onca every ho\ir for 5 houn. All dru(gi*t» AND 'sHA^OWOVERn^" f / S I - f,WVAry VJj.^- s . -- *' /" -,§B$t^ £" - 'tW« ^Coming events cqsf their L shadows before' 7 #Be Moderai lets or othe wasted on t ing Lucky Si tempted to in things f AVOID THAT FUTURE SHADOW* By refraining from over-indulgence Men who would keep that trim* proper figure, women who prize the modern figure with its subtle, ·teductive curves--eat healthfully but not immoderately. Banish excessiveness--eliminate abuses. Be moderate--be moderate in all things, even in smoking; When tempted to excess, when your eyes are bigger than your stomach* reach for a Lucky instead. Coming events cast their shadows before; Avoid that future shadow by avoiding over-indulgence if you would m a i n t a i n that lithe* youthful figure; Lucky Strike, the finest Cigarette a man ever smoked, made of the finest tobacco--The Cream of the Crop--"IT'S TOASTED." Everyone knows that heat purifies and so "TOASTING" not only removes impurities but adds to tha flavor and improves the taste; It's toasted" Your Throot Protection--against irritation--against cough. «!;., Don't Jeopardize the modern form by drastic diets, harmful reducing girdles, fake reducing tab* · quack "anti-fat" remedies condemned by the Medical profession! Millions of dollars each year are icse ridiculous and dangerous nostrums. Be Sensible! Be Me derate! We do not represent that smok- rika Cigarettes will bring modern figures or cause the redu :tion of flesh. We do declare that when do yourself too well, if you will "Reach for a lucky" instea d, you will thus avoid over-indulgence bat cause excess weight and, by avoiding over-indulgenca, maintain a modern, graceful form. N--The Lucky Strike Dance Orchestra, every Saturday night, over a coast-to-coast network of the N. B. C © 1930, The American Tobacco Co,, BCftw. · 5AFE- CONSERVATIVE STRONG" You (Vant to Keep Pace with mo lam progress--and you know you cam ot do this without money. A Savin ;s Account with "The Oldest Bank in Connellsville" is both the most coi venient and the most dependable met ns of acquiring the necessary funds fo) advancement. Tbe "Se ond National" invites your account; il will co-operate with you as it has \villi otherg in the past 39 years. 4 ','0 coin Bounded upon your Savings here Ret ources Ext ceding $3,3C 0,000.00 fatromze Tfeo«e Who Advertise in The Courier* P^S^ 7 ^ DV IN FAYETTE'COUNTY 'v: f I i i I f I I Why Is It? Why do so many men -wait so long before making their Will? Now is the time to have your lawyer draw your Will and appoint this Bank your Executor trustee. This will give you or satisfaction and comfort. TITLE TRUST OF\VESTERNPENNSYLVANIA CDNNELLSVILLE,PA, The Only Bank in this Community that originally paid and has constantly paid '4% on Savings Accounts When You H ave Something You Want to Sell , Advertise* It in Our Classified Column

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