DENTON JOURNAL Page 3 MELVIN JOHNSON, Inc., Publishers Saturday Morning, October 29, 1933 SONJA HENIE STAGES IJKIL- LIANT "ALICE IN WONDEH- LAND" BALLET ALASKAN SAGA MAKES MIGHTY SCREEN EI'IC A smashing story of four inhabitants of the Alaska frontier region whose lifelong friendship is broken by feudal waif are and revived again through the terrific sacrifice of one of them is told in "Spawn of the North," Paramount's panoramic drama of the North country, Friday and Saturday, October 28 and 29, at the Dentonin Theatre. A vital plot, the awesome setting of America's last frontier and an able performance by an all-star cast combine to make this adaptation of Barrett Willoughby's famous novel A-l fcCreen fare. Thrill Follows on Thrill In "Too Hot To Handle" Five major thrills, reminiscent of five great news events, provide the background for the new Clark Gablc- Myma Loy picture, "Too Hot to Handle," coming to the Dentonin Theatre Monday and Tuesday, October 31, November 1. -Rich Man, Poor Girl" Features Young, Ayres and Hussey Romance and sure-fire comedy sire combined with uproarious results in "Rich Man, Poor Girl," featuring Robert Young, Lew Ayres and Ruth Hussey at the Dentonia Theatre, Wednesday only, November 2. Young, a socialite millionaire in love with his secretary-, played by Miss Hussey, L- presented in another of those breezy, personable roles which earned him acclaim in "Married Before Breakfast" and "I Met Him in Paris." Lew Ayres in the part of Mi=s Hussey's impetuous cousin, champion of the middle classes, unquestionably hurls himself into Hollywood's front rank of comedians with this delightful characterization. Miss Hus=ey, undertaking her first leading role, is an engaging and charming heroine. On Location "The Crowd Roars" For More Eats! So this is location. Robert Taylor, a green eyeshade pulled almost down on his nose, sprawls lazily with hi arms on a table in Raoul Walsh's front yard, listening to a terrific argument between Lionel Stander and Johnny Indresano as to the respective merits of Joe Louts and Schmeling. Taylor wears an undershirt, a pair of pants and fighter's ring shoes. Stander wears a nondescript gray sweater, a dirtier cap and a pair of dark glasses. Indrcsano, who trained Taylor for his role in "The Crowd Roars," showing at the * Dentonia Theatre, Thursday and Friday, November 3 and 4, wears a lightweight polo shirt. Moureen O'Sullivan, in a tight red sweater, tips her chair back against the wall of the WaL-h ranch house, pretends to study a script, but grins all over her lace as Stander tries to bait Indresano by contradicting all of his statements. READ THE AD$ Along With the News STEADY WORK--GOOD PAY RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call on fanners in Caroline County. No experience or capital required. Make up to $12 a day. Write MR. THOMAS, Lock Box 5, Baltimore, Md. Apples For Sale STAYMEN, NERO, ROME BEAUTY, and LILY OF KENT. For eating, canning, and cider. Make purchases now. O. A. NEWTON SON CO., . Bridgeville, Del. Phone, Eridgeville 2551 or 2561. For Sale Chevrolet Coach '32, good condition and running order. Reasonable price. Cash. MRS. HELEN MOORE NAGLE, (10-22-tf) Hobbs, Md. For Sale Tulip bulbs all colon?, $1.50 per hundred. ' E. W. ADAMS BROS., (10-16-3t) Greenwood. Del. Dwelling For Rent Attractive house, recently renovated and equipped for convenience and comfort, for rent at once. Good location on Second street, next the Brick Hotel. L. A. MOORE, (10-1-tf) Denton, Md. For Rent or Sale Farm of 81 acres near Hickman, Del., for 1938-39. For full details write MRS. H. E. WANGLER, 301 Burnet Park Dr., 10-16-3t) Syracuse, N. Y. For Rent 60-Acre Farm, located near Williston. J. DeWEESE CARTER, (8-6-tf) Denton, Md. N O T I C E Experienced child minder desires work afternoon and evening. Phone 214 ETHEL R. MEEKS. (10-29-2t) WANTED Good yellow corn. Higher cash P * O. A. NEWTON SON CO., (7-9-tf) Phone 2551 Bridgevttle, Del. N t W Si'APElfi ICI In their i-earcli for a colorful ballot to climax the skating numbers in her current 20th Century-Fox pictuie, "My Lucky Star," Sonja Henie and her dance director, Harry Losee, turned happily to one of the most beloved story-book classics of nil time-Lewis Can-oil's "Alice in Wonderland" at Ridgely Thcalie, Friday nnd Satuulny, October 28 and 25). "Clitlerhouse" Has 'IJig Town' Stars Eduaid G. Kobin^on und Claire Tievor, .stars of the popular "Big Town" radio serial, make their fust screen appeaiance together in "The Amazing- Dr. Clitteihouse," Waiiu-r Bios. new comedy-drama which conies to the Ridgely Theatre, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 31, November 1 and 2. Dolores Costello IJoltirns to Screen Doloies Costello is one famous stni who has "come back" after a considerable absence fiom the screen w i t h no regrets for having-dropped out. In fact she counts her yeais awaj from the films ns an asset. "It's regrettable that there eix-ts a piejudicc-- amounting almost to supeistition-- about come-backs," Miss Costello observed recently. "Actually, a year or so away from the screen is often the thing which restote^ one's perspective, lenews one's store of energy and force, and means bringing buck to tilms much more of w h a t it take? than ever befoie." Miss makes her own tome-back in Warner Bros.' new picture, "Beloved Brat," at Itidgcly Theiitio Thnr dn only, N'ovembei .'!. She is iiKo mid' i jconliact as a featiued pl.ivcT to the- studio in which sh became a star m yeai.s gone by via such pictm us .i "The Sea Beast," "Glorious Bel .\" and "Noah's Aik." GIVE A WATER COLOR Print or Portrait for Christmas Popular flower prints, landscapes, copies of favoiite photographs by JOSEPHINE BARRY, Artist, N. 2nd Street, Denton, Md. OUK OWN STANDARDS Piosperity 01 depression? Employ - inent or unemployment? Line:, ot moil in iiulustrj or lines, of im-ii at breadline-? What makes a job for a man or an industry? A d e m a n d Irtnn a pcison or group ready, able and willing tn buy--in short, a m.irkel. The United States is the best mai - ket--for here is the highest w IK- scale, the highest stand:)id of I h i n j r in the entire world. But American indu-tries arc not selling all they can lo this i idlest m a i k c t beiause thu degiadcil conditions of woikei.s in other p:uls of I lie w o i l d i-ait piodure more cheaply. W l i - n \\e buy a d i n n u i plate made in the O i i i - n t u e m.iy be keeping an AHUM iiitn polti'iei a w u y f i o m his bench; w h e n wi- buy (.upper mined b.\ a ."U cents a l d \ n a t i v e in equatorial A f i i c a we ; t i e keeping an Amer- u .in copper miner away f i o m his | w o r k ; when we buy paper Â· made abioad we sue keeping American Imi!- beinien and papt-i makers away fiom t h e i r tiade. Wlu-n we allow cheap innteiialsi to come into tin. c o u n t t y , \ve are tending 10 lowi'i our own wage late and our own st:iid-ud of living--and in so doing we are lessening our own i i i a i k c l . which is composed of the wages of our workers. Our methods of economy and values cannot be de- seitu! and left to the whim of f o i - t'ign cxpoiters. The was of Chi i.stianity have not changed. Mei'km'.s-, telflcssness and l'vc a i e tlie paths of His tcstimonj and tin- footsteps of Hi.-^ l l o t k . -- M a i v nakci Eddy. you. Order Nisi WESLEY E. TUAWLEY, AÂ« in C. CLARENCE DEEN and EMMA F. DKEN. In- w i n - In the Ciicuit Court Foi Caroline County. In Equitj. No. 13505 Chy. Ordered, this 27th dny of Oi-lo- ber 1938, that the Sale of the proju-r- ty mentioned in these piuceedi.i(*s, made and leportcd by WESLEY E. THAWLEY, Assignee be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or bcfoie tin 1 21Hli day of December next, provided a copy of this ordei be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County, once in each of four successive weol:-, before the 28th day of November next. The report states the amount of sales to be $10,000.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Cleik. True Copy--Test:-T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clcik. Buckley's PHONE 107 Food Market DENTON Octagon Soap Powder 3 Â£Â®s* ~ Octagon Laundry Soap 3 for 13c Pan Cake Flour Bnckley's 'I^S 1 COFFEE z )b Best Quality Chuck Roast Ib Plate Boiling BEEF Fresh Ground Hamburg Ib Fresh Pork Shoulders IblSc \ \ \ ^ \ ^Pjggg . -:AMi^y WINS! Year after year in Important contests, Louella Is a consistent winner. Already the holder of more than 5OO prizes, the latest being the Highest Award at the Minnesota State Fair--Score 95.50. Why do we stress this prize-winning feature? Because it very definitely proves the unvarying, consistent and uniform quality that is found in every pound of Louella. Delicious fresh sweet cream Louella Butter, because of Its high food value, is the butter that is best for your family. SWEET CREAM BUTTER The next time you nead butter just step in a convenient American Store and say, "A pound of Loueila, please." "Whin Quality Counts and "Your Money Goes Furthest" Â· Whether your Individual preference Is for a tufted or a tuitless mattress, you will iind a NEW RIND of sleep ... completely RELAXED sleep on the NEW 1938 White Cloud and the NEW 1933 Fleecy Cloud. The new Fleecy Cloud Is tuftless. The new White Cloud is tufted, but BOTH are identical in every other respect. FTATUBES: Â· 35 pound* of tho flneÂ«1 fosm Sjltf foil Â· Tripla tlncfe U.I on all sldcwaUi. Â· The famous Conscience Brand tnneriprir.ij ur.!L Hundred* el gnrina units acting together and Individually. Ho ur. c/unrdad vrlro lips lo come up through the lelL Â· Rolnlorcod ='dcvull eo-struH'.on. Â· Hand tailored throughout Â· Finn! quality Â« Ultra violet toy purlhod falL Â· Uflhhro'gh', eajy to I Housecleaning time is the time to take inventory of your bedding. Now is the time to replace that old wornout mattress with a modern innerspring mattress that will LET you sleep. Here you will find good mattresses of all grades at the price you want to pay. Phone 130 DENTON, MARYLAND Â·nrnji.---U-L ,-nTi 1 f ' " i SpeciaIs=Fri. Sat., October 2122 Pure Lard Ib lOc Smoked HAMS Ib 25c Fresh Pork Hams 23c Ib Fresh Ground Hamburg Ib I9c Sliced BACON '/, Ib park 17c All-Meat FRANKS Ib 19c ROUND STEAK Ib 25c Sirloin Porterhouse STEAK Ib 30c PORK CHOPS Ib 29c RIB ROAST Ib 25c Fresh Pork Shoulders Ib I9c Loose Pork Sausage Ib 23c Tender Chuck Roast Ib 23c Lanre Stalks CELERY 6c SWEET POTATOES 4 Ib lOc 1 Box Pancake Flour 1 Ib Country Sausage All for 30c Large GRAPEFRUIT 6 for 25c Denton Food Market W. L. SWANN Phone 199 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL TODAY. WEST'S DEPARTMENT STORE Â« AND AT BEAR'S STORE Â« RIDGELY Big Dollar Days During The Sale of the Entire Remaining Bankrupt Stocks of Bear's Store R i d e l Cherr's Si Men's Dress Shirts Regular $1.50 $1.65 Values Men's Coat Sweaters FLEECE PLAIN Oxford Brown __ Men's 25c Dress Hose Solid and Fancies Boys' Loiiffics Value; up to $1.95 Boy's Knickers Regular G9c Boy's Shirts Fa^t Colois--Sizes to 14'/i $ 1 Men's Hose Work and Dress 12 prs. $ | Women's Fall Shoes Odds and Ends--All Styles I 2 pr. $1 Children's Dresses Regular 59c I 2 f o r $ S * Men's Shirts Shorts 6 prs. $ Â« 59c Silk Slips 6 prs. -S 1 1 I Regular 25c Men's Handkerchiefs White or Fancy Men's Work Shirts Grey or Blue Chambray Double Back--Regular 59c 1 White and Ten Rose 2 for $ 1 29c Turkish Towels 22x44 Extra Heavy 1 24 for $ | Women's Hosiery Full Fashion--New Shades Slight Irregulars 1 1 3 prs. $1 "Hopkins" Sheets 81x00 inches Seamless 2 for $ 1 Women's Fall Hats- NEWEST STYLES $1 Pillow Cases 1 5 f o r $ 2 f o r $ 5 f o r Â§ 2 prs. ? | Men's 25c "Iron Sox" 6 prs. $ f Ladies' Hand Bags I White Split Foot I New Fall Styles 2 for $ | Men's Winter 59c Shirts f SWEATERS I and Drawers . 2 for $ I SLIPON TWIN ,? 1 New Fall Prints 7 yds. for $ 1 Fast Colors $1 Damask Table Cloths 58x72 Fancy Border All lOc Notions 15 for $ 1 Men's Fall Hats All New Shades 1 Ladies and Misses SKIRTS New Styles and Colors 1 $ 1 Luncheon Cloths 51x51 Blue, Green, Red BIG REDUCTIONS ON AH 5c Notions MEN'S CLOTHING PANTS 30for.?l "Mirlec" Sheets 81x00 Guaranteed 104 Washings 1 1 I $ 2 f o r $ i i i i i i BLANKETS AT BIG SAVINGS Extra- Special Men's Wool Melton v Jackets $2.98 Wai-mi 32-07.., blue wool melt o n c l o t h . Deep pockets. F u l l zipper front. S i z e s 3G to 4G. DOLLAR DAYS Men's Dress Shoes $1.97 Reduced from our higher priced stock. Sizes G to 11 WOMEN'S MISSES New Fall Shoes Latest Style,; Shades $1.79, $1.98, $2.50 Extra- Special Children's Sturdy Leather- Sole SHOES $1 Black or Brown Oxfords Sizes 8 l /j to 2 DOLLAR DAYS MEN'S Moleskin Work Pants $1 Extra h e a v y moleskin. Sanfor- ized whipcords coverts. Large pockets. Sizes 30 to 44. All Other Items In Our Entire Stocks Reduced During Dollar Days! tarting Saturday, Oct. 29th, and Ending Friday, Nov. 4th Bear's Store Ridgely, Md. AT BOTH STORES West's Dept Store Denton, Md.
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