Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania on July 26, 1950 · Page 9
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Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Lebanon, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, July 26, 1950
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WEDXE8DAY EVEMXG. JHTLT S«. 1950 1EBANON DAILY NEWS, LEBANON. PA. ScteMtifieally DEAR FRIENDS: Every one* in a while, a picture that everyone must see comes along. FATHER OF THE BRIDE is not such a picture. It has no message and no important theme; but if you miss this grand picture, you will miss a great deal of fun. FATHER OF THE BRIDE has such charm, such heart warming appeal, and such real, down to earth comedy that even I saw it twice. You know, a theatre manager becomes pretty blase' about pictures, but here is one I want my family to see, and ) am sure you will want yours to see it too. 4 This hearty comedy starring SPENCER TRACY, JOAN BENNETT, and ELIZABETH TAYLOR will give you the best evening's entertainment you have had in a long time. Take the word of a man who has seen a lot of movies, some good and some not so good, FATHER OF THE BRIDE is the best. Eugene Kroll, Manager, State Theatre : .VVM ' : ..(?£ STARTS TODAY SKNCEt JIM ELIZAKTJ PAGE NINI LAST TIMES TODAY! G.ORY AU SEfMEI Starring ROBERT MITCHUM Anne Gwynne - Richard Quine HERE'S A HEAP BIG FUNNY PICTURE STARTING TOMORROW! DAN DAILEY ANNE BAXTER COMFORTABLY AIR-CONDITIONED COLONIALS the ffioartng Sfo/y ofthe@un that Wan the Wedtf SHOWING! WlNCHESTE Starring James STEWART • Shelley WINTERS Dan DURYEA • Stephen McNALLY LAST NIGHT 7th Annual Fireman's CARNIVAL Sponsored By CHILDREN UNDER 12... and CARS free/ Last Times.TON1TE MttJtOUUMtTOA TRACY BENNETT TAYLOR -^ >& TUB IS FATKR DON TAYLOR . BILLME BURKE b*M Hvf l»r h™«« GoMMck art MUrt McMI VaMrf MI A* N0wl br EJwvrf SBM^MT 11* vMOMIE MMNB1I • r**~l b, PM««O 5. HUMH THIS IS THE BRIDE She |ets ftc flviNs! 1 1/2 Miles North of Lebanon On Route 72 FRIDAY, JULY 28 DIE LAUTERBACH GERMAN BAND Your Favorite German Music TmfvUCIlBRWSH MAN . —JANET BLAIR TOMORROW DOUBLE FEATURE DOLLAR-A-CAR LOAD For Your Summer Comfort ACADEMY Healthfully Air Conditioned LAST DAY , *—""'-" 1:25 - 3:25 - 7:25 - 9:30 STARTING TOMORROW! 'Severest Critic' Blasts Nine Chief Lewis Again ST. MICHAEL, Pa., Today.— (#>) — The United Mine Worker*' local in this Cambria County community is on the warpath again. This time it's over an injured miner who had |14 union fees taken out of a $26.62 pay check. St. Michael Local is famous for Its blasts against UMW Chieftain John L. Lewis. Once it sent him * collect telegram: "What the hell are you up to?" Lewis calls the local "my teverest critic." The disturbance this time is about a miner named Arnold Dribble. Because of an injury, he worked only two days of a pay period. Union fees, including a p?10 installment on the union's $50 Initiation fee and $4 for monthly dues, left "only ?12.«2 for Dribble to take home to his wife and three children. The local wrote Lewis: "This doubling up and collecting all dues and fees from one pay period places an unfair hardship iupon members as they can't live on unionism alone." CLEONA t CLEONA, July 26—Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Umberger, Mrs. Clayton Brandt, Mrs. Lillie Kercher, Mrs. Sadie Wengert, Mrs. Liiiie Heisey and Miss Ancle Hart* attended Mt, Lebanon camp meeting on Sunday. j The Bachman reunion will be held on Sunday afternoon at Hill Lutheran church grove. ' The Cleona picnic will be held (Saturday Aug. 12th at the playground. I Miss Nancy Heisey spent several day» with her friend Min |Mary Ellen Franti at Mt. Lebanon Campmeeting. ' The W.C.T.U. will meet at th« .home of Mrs. Pierce Brlghtbill on Tuesday «renlni, August lit. Hollywood Newsreel HOLLYWOOD, Today—(INS) —It was a great day for Jean Hersholt and the old timers at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer when that veteran actor reported for work at the Culver City lot after an absence of 14 years. The Danis-h-born film figure, now known as Hollywood's first citizen, made some of the most memorable motion pictures In film history for Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer. Now he is back to play one of the leads In the seven-part "It's A Big Country," that the studio is making. Hersholt appears in the episode entitled "Load," opposite Ann Harding. "I really didn't intend to make another film soon," said the actor, "but when M-G-M sent me the script of "Load,' I could not resist. It is a fine story and my role is an actor's dream." When the M-G-M lot used to be known as the .Triangle Studio, Hersholt starred in the first black and white saga filmed there. It was "The Servant In The House," which Jack Con way directed in 1917. Hersholt'i Tery first film was made'in 1906 and it was also the first picture made in Denmark. "Working in pictures today is a far ery from the day when I started," Hersholt recalled. "Then it took me two hours on a street car and then a couple of miles walking to get to work. But I have loved every minute of it." During Us heydey as a top Metro star, Hersholt appeared as the villainous Marcus in "Greed," the controversial picture made by Erich Von Stroheim. The picture in its uncut version ran 11 hours and it was stark tragedy from the opening scene to the last. The film made movU history and still Is being shown as a classic. Other M-G-M pictures to Hersholt's credit included "Men In White," "Dinner At Eight," "Grand Hotel," "Abie's Irish ROM," and his most meat there, PICNIC Rocherty U. B. Sunday School Saturday, July 29 RISSER FARM Between Lebanon and Qnentin MUSIC BY WASHTXGTON BA>T> OP ASilfVJLLE 5 to 11 P. M. Chicken Corn Soup, Cakes Sandwiches — Refreshment* DOXATIOXS AT GATE (Rain Date: Monday, July 31) THEATRL PyJlAiRA GENEAUTRY ! in hit Lottit Picmr* "COW TOWN" ( with "Champion" j His Wonder Horse ; "His Brother's Wife," which starred Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Taylor during their courting dajya. After appearing in a numbertof Dr. Christian films, Hersholt temporarily retired from the screen to devote his full time to the activities of the motion picture £*rts and sciences. STRICKIEIHTOWN , STRICKLERSTOWX, July > 26 —The following were callers! at the home of Mrs. Sallie Dferwechter: Mr. and Mrs. Jrfcob Schannauer, of near Reinholds; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bennetch}, of Millbach Springs: Mr. and Mrs. Harry MeSser, of Newmanstown, and Mr. and Mrs. Alger Shirk}, of Schoeneck, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weiss daughter Linda, of Newmanstc and _wn, called on their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Weiss andlfMr. and Mrs. Curtis Weiss. 7 Mr. and Mrs. Paul WagnerJ and Mrs. Ida Erb, of Myerstown, (visited at the home of the former^ son Mr. and Mrs. Roy Erb and family. Sp JONESTOWN MALE CHORUS Plenty of Free Parking Space GATE GIFTS — GATE DONATIONS Good Old Fanhioned Eb«n«zer Chicken Corn Noodle Soap Served By The Ladles Auxiliary. LAST MC,HT TELEVISION SET Saabeam Mixmaster — Universal Cookamatic Humphrey Bogart "Dead Reckoning" Progressive Playground Festival Sponsored by Junior and Senior Soft Ball Teams of Progressive Playground Fourth and Weidman Sts. Thursday, July 27,1950 6 t- M. Rain Date July 28 Cokes, Candy, Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Soft Drinks, Ice Cream. ML Cretan Strim at Lake-Beach Play the Famous Golf Course Many iBprovemente. Everything Open. for BEER Make Seattle's Your First Stop! 48 BRANDS A. A. BEATTIE Hftnn- Distributor i 1 ].] Wj,nut Si Phone 1223 3.MMM East * Unc. •* Rt M Tonlto Only ALAIN LAUD VERONICA LAKE "SAIGON" KIDDIES' TOY AUTOMOBILE AND FREE PONY RIDES JOHNNY SHEFFIELD ALLENE ROBERTS UTA BARON CHARLES mWIN Starting Sunday, July 30 NOW AT POPULAR PRICES! r TECHNICOLOR) •WEDNESDAY A THURSDAY ARDtEWSi •ATWAtPJ GRETNA PLAYHOUSE n 0 m W Mm ANNVILLI WEDNESDAY « THURSDAY "BARRICADE" in Technicolor Poxktd with Drama. Munltr «n4 Ad»«»t»rJ. With DANE CUftK — KUTH ROMAN CortMn THEATRE HIGHLAND Wednesday — One Day Only WILLIAM HOLDIH — COLEEN GRAY FATHER IS A BACHELOR Newt — ColumHa Special IT*, stow 141 e* >:I5 r. M.) MT, GRETH/1, PENHA. * Last Time Tonight - Don't Miss It * Riotous Farce Comedy — Smash Hit ' Mary's Other Husband' Starting Thursday, July 27 Brilliant Sophisticated Comedy Success "O Mistress Mine" Curtain 8:30 P. M. || Adnu $1.00 Pins Tax if JOY THEATRE %^ ^^ •• >~e«manstovrn WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY Double Feature—7 and 9 P. M. "Chinatown at Midaight" and "MICKEY" In Color HERSHEY TONITE B«zi«i» 7*0 •was «c MUMU at «• M. "Rocketohip XM" LLOYD SXIDGES - OS* MASSEN F«aturc Timu 7:41 & S:4J

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