The Evening Review from East Liverpool, Ohio on July 6, 1928 · Page 15
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The Evening Review from East Liverpool, Ohio · Page 15

East Liverpool, Ohio
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Friday, July 6, 1928
Page 15
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Amusements WESTMINSTER CHIME CLOCKS RAISED GOLD NUMERALS THREE TRAIN MOVEMENT FINEST AMERICAN MOVEMENT MADE CHIMES EVERY FIFTEEN MINUTES HAND RUBBED MAHOGANY CASE Special For Saturday 2 fl $1f0 Per ZH il Week I KITCHEN CLOCKS Beautifully Decorated . Sat Special n .29 U39 Your Credit to Advantage 3 Watch Inspector for E. L. & B. V. Traction Co. JEWELERS PHONE 405. 127 EAST SIXTH ST. THE LIBERTY MARKET CO. The White Sanitary Market Where You Will Always Find Quality Meats at Low Prices, With Special and Courteous Service. ESTHER RALSTON SCORES TRIUMPH When Esther Ralston gives herself to interpreting a part, the audience is assured of a faithful and absorbing Interpretation. The lare audience at the Ceramic theatre last ninht remain ed bound by her spell as she depicted , the life, the mannerisms and emotions of the pleasure - mad girl, the heroine of her latest starring picture for I'ar - amount. - Half a Bride." The picture Is a t Imply discussion of companionate marriase and the irresponsible flight of wealthy American vnuth. It is filled with interest of characterization and locale, splen didly acted and well thought out. The story deals with a girl who, at 21. ha tasted all the thrills which life can hold. As a final gasp she enters into a marriage with the companion of an evening, inspired by a mad impulse and a lecture ou companionate marriage. Her father breaks tip the ill - advised union by kidnapping her and taking her on a long sea voyage aboard his yacht. She escapes from the yacht in a launch but the young captain of the wnoht iumns overboard after her. A storm arises and they are cast ashore on a deserted island where the girl learns to work and love. Purnmnnnt fins seized unon a tune iw suhlpct in this theme of com - 1 panionate marriage and has produced n prellentlv made, well directed, au perbly acted moving picture which i ininHiPit titr rptit entertaining It presents a favorite star in a new and advantageous llgnt. New Water ford The following members of the eighth grade received their diplomas at the commencement exercises held o T.iahnn nn Friday: Krma Dyke. Ar - dith Rogers, Francis Papania, Ottellia Luck. Lorena Sigle, Bertha Meue, Miirtrprt Hretr.. Luella Black, Eleanor Fatariw Union Koch. Kermet Young. a'..,iiov' uaiHhniiu - h Ralnh Luck and Pharloa Ohprholtzer. Miss Margaret Robinson, Kansas City. Mo.. Is spending the summer at ha hnma nf Mr gild MTS. 1. li. Wll I U U - - - 1 : n vuL w s m s. of the Methodist Episcopal church met at the home of Mrs. C. B. Williams ou lueauaj n i n at Th - MiiKnmn - Tf Atirv reunion was held at Peace Valley park on Saturday .!.!, ohm, i9r. In attendance. The ,.iinn,inir ittrar were elected: Presi dent. Earl Burford; vice president. Denver Williams; secretary treasurer, vim nrtha Fitzsimraons. Next year the reunion will be held at the Clark son grange hall. Mr. and Mrs. Lester linger huh Robert left Sunday for Niagara Falls and Canada. Mary Alice Bretjj of Youngstown is a guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hawkins. ri.o r - arrJa RnriA Home Missionary society ot the Methodist church will be entertained at the noma 01 mr. m - .. vonnii nn Thurndav evening. Dninh v.vntr and Allen Chandler of Columbiana spent the week - end in Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Unger and daugh ters are visiting at Ihe home of their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lorea Brown, in Indianapolis. Mrs. Alice Hart and daughters, Bes sie and Ann. of Canton, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rupert and Jesse Ward were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hart. BILLIE DOVE AT AMERICAN "American Beauty" Is all that tha name implies. Which means that the picture of that name at. the American Uua'er has beautiful BlUia Dove, who richly d.aervos tha title, in the starring role. a capable cast of supposing player and an excellent story in which an abundance of comedy and touches of drama and pathos are intermingled with skill and adroitness. Adapted from a short story of the same name by Wallace Irwin, "American Beauty" is the whimsical story of a beautiful girl who ha no money but conceals the fact behind a screen of pret nse in order to catch a millionaire for a husband. When sh fin ally has the millionaire in her net, of course, she discovers ho isu't such a catch after all. Lloyd Hughes lend his pleasant personality and masculine handsomeness to the leading role opposite Mis Dove. Walter McfJrail. a the millionaire. Rives a finished performance and Lucien Prival, a comparative newcomer to the screen, stand out in a comedv role of unusual nature. Margaret Livingston. Al St. John, Edythe Chapman. Allco White. Yola d'Avril, LorotU Young and other are In sup port. Leetonia Mrs. Mahlon McDevitt entertained Hi ai.i soolotv of the MethodUt church on Tuesday evening The urogram at the moeting of the Kiwani club meeting Tuesday was of a. nntrlotirt nature in charge or i. K rimninuham. Wilbur S. Mellinger. Rrtas Malinger and James S. Hall, all World war veterans The speaker was Patrick Brennan ot Warren, also an ex - soicuer or the world war an'i secretary ot the Y. M. C. A. of War ren. Mr. and Mr. Clyde R. Shontz. Mia Eleanor Ashley. Mr. and Mr. VV. S. (ironer and granddaughters, Dorotj and France May Shont?, and tha Misie Frances and Margaret Titsl'r visited Wednesday at the home of D' and Mrs. Donald D. Shunts in Mail - lon. Mr. aril Mr. Oeorge Ferguson and ami George of Warren were gnent in the home of the Rev. Dr. and Mr. H. C. Brillhart on Tuesday. Mis Margaret Brillhart returned home with them Mr Lydia Weaver ia visiting in th home of her sister, Mr. C. E. H - vIl, at Lisbon. Mr. Sadie Hemphill of Bavef Fall - . Pa. wa the r.'Csint guest of her brother, John Kale Mr. Norman Hit?: and daughter Edith of Cleveland and Marshall Kale of Pittsburgh, Pa. are visiting in the home of John Kale. Wfflllll IPfflJfXSff For Every Room in the House Your Chance to Save Money Don't Miss This Opportunity Per Roll Buy Now 1 While Selection at This Price is Large PHONE 58 VARIETY STORE DIAMOND WE DELIVER Lean Pork Chops, per pound 28c Nice Lean Pork Steak, per pound 30c Lean Pork Loin Roast, 9R( per pound fcwW Fresh Pork Liver lbs for 25c Lean Juicy Beef Roast, 9Ef per pound .... Fleshy Beef Boil, 22 1 C per pound .... 2 W Tender Beef Steak, 30 C per pound Lean Beef Stew, per pound 20c Round Bone Veal Steaks, QQf i Nice Lean Veal Chops, ?Q( per pound ..... SPECIAL H A S 25c Half or Whole Lean Veal Stew, 1 Ol a per pound ...'. 2 Fleshy Veal Roast, 22 C per pound 2 Leg of Lamb, per pound . 35c I Lamb Stew, per pound 17c Shoulder Lamb, per pound 25c Nice Lamb Chops, per pound .... 32c Sauer Kraut, 6 pounds for 25c Pickled Corn Beef, per pound .... . . .. 20c All Kinds of Luncheon Meats COFFEE J lbs for $1.00 Fresh Country Eggs 35c 1007. PURE LARD No. 5 Pound Pail 65c In Single Pound 15c No. 10 Pound Pail $.25 LHJfJ Gi Creamery Butter 49 Home Dressed Chickens 40 Salt Side Meat 22c Pickled Pigs Feet - 2 lbs. 25 Sugar Cured Bacon 22V2C To 30c 4 BREAD GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY ONE DOLLAR PURCHASE. Rogers The Henry Williams family roun Ion was held at Peace Vallejr park, laat Saturday. Those from a distance were Chalmer fones of Lo An geles, Calif., C.aylord Lang, of Cleve land; Mr. Cordia Kotiinaon and daughter. Kansa (Mty, Mo., Mrs. Sa marla Fltjsslmmonn, Akron, and Mr Oeorgianna Burford and aon, Karl of Minerva. Dinner wag served at noon. In the afternoon a program was given. Of fleers elected: President, Karl Burford, of Minerva, secretary, Mrs. C. S. Fltzsommons, Rogers. Mrs. Roy Tipton and children of Cumberland. Md . are spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Williams. The musical program at the Meth odiat church Wednesday evening by tiia Want minster orchestra of Youngs town was largely attended. Mrs. 8tan - haugh sang, accompanied by Mrs Horne at the piano. Miu Acnes Shaddock who returned home to assist in the program at the Methodist church, left Friday for Osnego New York, and other points, where she will assist in the camps of the Home Missionary Society. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Baker were pleasantly surprised Saturday evening when a large number of friends gathered at the home of Mr. Baker s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Baker. Mr. and Mrs S. O. Hepburn have returned from a visit In the home of their daughter, Mrs. Linton Steepee. EaBt Liverpool. Mrs. P. F. DeMutn or Alliance, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. M W. Morlan. Mr and Mrs. Bryan Faulk were Sunday guests of Mrs. Faulk's parents. Mr. and Mrs. French at Young town John Woolly and mother of New Castle, Pa., were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welsh Friday. Mrs. Edna Wilson has returned from a visit with friends at Home - Btead, Pa. , . Mrs Shlvely has returned from Cleveland where she was called by the Illness of her daughter, Mrs. John Mason. ' Mr and Mrs. C. W. Brlttian and family of Oirard, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Shlvely. Mrs Harry Henderson, of Clarkson and Mrs. William Dunn of Negley. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs William Longshore. Bible study class met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Finch Monday evening. Mrs. Ed. Thomas has returned from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Gaylord Lang at Cleveland. Mrs. Catherine Rudlbaugh has returned from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Jesse Lones, East Liverpool. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Rudlbaugh and chi'Jren of Niles, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Rudlbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ashman and children of East Palestine, were guests of Mrs. Ashman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Faulk. Chain f " of Stores Coast to Coast K IRBY' S Busy Shoe Store Hf 507 Market St E. Liverpool, Ohio. JULY CLEARANCE SALE BOYS' SHOES OXFORDS Beautiful black calf Oxford, high Shoes with solid leather Soles, All Sizes 9 - 6 $11.95 GIRLS' OXFORDS - STRAPS Latest in Patent and Blonde, Plain and Trimmed Straps r All Sizet SlA to 2. e $11.89 Babies9 Shoes - Straps Plain and Patent Trim, Straps and ties. All Sizes from 1 to S 29 White ' Cravenette 1 - Strap Baby Low HeeL All Sizes J 1 0 - Just the shoe for pic - $ I 49 nics or pottery work I w . ' Arch Support Shoes Two button, three button and lace styles, in Patent or Kid - All sizes button and lace $3.50 Little Men's Oxfords Tan Calf Oxfords, rubber heels, solid leather soles. All sizes 9 - 13 MEN'S OXFORDS Solid Leather. Tan and Black Blu. Oxfords all sizes and widths. 2

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