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Where the Better-Class Photoplays are Shown
Each Evening at 6.15 o'clock.
Maginee Every Mon. Wed. and Sat.
at 2 p. m.
Miss Crouse at the Robert Morton
Friday and Saturday
FIRST PENNA. SHOWING OF
ELINGR GLYN’'S GREAT STORY.
BETTY BRONSON JAMES HALL
You all know the kind of a story Elinor
Glyn writes for the screen, for you have
not forgotten about IT. Tlere's another
great success, surrounded by a great cast
of well known stars. It's Ritz'y all the
way through. Don’t think of missing it.
Also a great Mack Sennet Comedy called
“Why Girl's Say Ne.”
Matinee Saturday at 2.
Think of it, 10 and 25c.
Mon. Tues. Wed.
THEIR GIANT EASTER SPECIAL
“Children of Divorce”
Poor jazz orphans of today—fatherless,
motherless. Victims of divorce, taxicabs
their cradles, blaring soxophones their
Iullaby’s, too young, too rich, too beautiful.
No mother’s to guide them. No father’s
to chide them. Sophisticated at sixteen.
Thrill jaded at twenty. All restless, reck-
less, and dancing down the Primrose path.
Whither are they going? Here is the
low-down on this show. See it by all
means. You'll go wild over it.
Also a great two reel Mack Sennet Com-
edy, called “Looking fox Sally,” With
Charley Chase. :
Matinee Monday at 2 p. m.
Admission, 15 and 35 cents.
LSTHER RALST ON
Fashions for Women
A lavish Photoplay.of beautiful women,
sensational love scenes and. sophisticated
humor, all leading up to the final smash
contained in a gorgeous fashion revue. A
treat for the eyes. You know it’ must be
Also two goed single reels.
Only 10 and 25 cents.
Friday and Saturday
MADGE BELLAMY WARNER BAXTER
HOLBROOK BLIN MARY ALLISON
“The Telephone Girl”
Ring us up and don’t forget to plug in on
this one. Come early so the line won't be
busy or you may be cut off of a great
Photoplay. You have our number.
Toll charge 15 and 35 cts.
Where You Always See Good Shows.
Country Store Every Wednesday Night
This Satyrday, only
Charles “Buck” Jones in one of the
greatest western pictures be has ever made.
Also a great Comedy.
Usual admission, 10 and 20¢.
PINE GROVE MENTION.
Ray O’Connell spent last week in
Will Gibson was a Sunday visitor
several days last week.
Miss Edith Corl spent Thursday
visiting friends in Boalsburg.
Mrs. H. London, of Winburne, visit-
ed friends in this section last week.
Mrs. M. C. Wieland and Mrs. C. C.
Wagner were grip victims last week.
Samuel Noll has been confined to
his room nursing an attack of the
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bingham spent
the latter end of the week in Wil-
Miss Lucetta Edminston had as a
guest, last week, Miss Neff, of War-
Miss Sara Wieland is now making
her home with Mrs. Cyrus Goss, on
west Main street.
Samuel Homan is driving a new
Buick Six sedan, having consigned his
Lizzie to the scrap pile.
Charles Light, a teacher in the
Lewistown High school, visited his
. | parents over the week-end.
Mrs. A. E. Machie entertained the
Standard Bearers of the Methodist
church on Monday evening.
Philip D. Foster spent a few days
in Harrisburg, last week, watching
the proceedings of the Legislature.
Miss Mary Peterson will teach the
unexpired term of the Baileyville
school, Mr. Barto having resigned.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Tate mo-
tored over from Burnham and spent
Sunday with friends at State College.
George O'Bryan, of Axe Mann, was
here on Friday to see that his mother
is getting along nice and comfortabiy.
Fred B. Goss and wife motored over
from State College and spent Sunday
at the home of his mother, Mrs. Cyrus
Miss Dorothy English, a student in
Harrisburg, is home for her Easter
vacation with her parents, Rev. and
Mrs. J. S. English.
Henry McWilliams returned home
on Friday after spending several
months with his sister, Mrs. Alice
Buchwalter, in Lancaster.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fry, Mr. and
Mrs. George Taylor and daughter and
Mrs. W. R. Gordon took a motor trip
to Williamsport n Saturday.
Petersburg High school students
will present “My Irish Rose,” in the
Odd Fellow’s hall tomorrow evening.
Admission, 25 and 35 cents.
The stork, last week, made his first
visit to the Charles Kiebs home, at
Struble, leaving a little daughter
who has been christened Anna Mae.
George Porter, wife and children
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bodle and
children motored to Spruce Creek and
spent Sunday at the Fred Tussey
Farmer John F. Kimport has made a
start in the poultry business. He
erected a new hennery 15x30 feet in
size and has one thousand chicks com-
ing along. ™" ” : 7
Dr. L. E. Kidder and wife have re-
turned to their home at State College
after spending a good part of the win-
ter midst the alligators and land
sharks of Florida.
Prof. Lewis Lenhart and wife went
to Boalsburg, on Saturday, to see Mrs.
John Fortney, who has not been in
good health all winter but is now
The women of this community are
making a hard drive for a big enroll-
ment of charter members in the P. O.
A. lodge to be organized this (Friday)
evening, at 7 o'clock.
While J. W. Sunday, our rural mail
carrier, visited the George Bell home
at Spruce Creek, several days last
week, M. C. Wieland made a good
substitute in delivering the mail.
A farewell dinner was given Rev.
J. G. Rigby and wife, at the M. C.
Wieland home, last Friday evening,
on the eve of their departure for the
pastor’s new chage at Birmingham.
William Tressler, who recently
underwent an operation for the re-
moval of gall stones, at the Erie
hospital, has recovered to the ex-
tent that he expects to return home
E. S. Moore received word last week
of the serious illness of his brother,
John Moore, at Chester, Pa. He has
a bad attack of pneumonia. Being a
Civil war veteran he is well up in
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Musser are
mourning the death of their little
daughter Miriam, aged two years and
a half. She died in the Clearfield hos-
pital on Monday afternoon and burial
was made on Wednesday in the Pine
Teddy Boal Segner motored up from
Boalsburg, on Friday, and took Mrs.
Charles Smith and Miss Edith Sankey
along home for a delicious dinner.
The ladies spent the afternoon at
Boalsburg, Mrs. Segner bringing them
home in the evening.
Many of our anglers have a bad
case of the fisher’s itch, and some
could not wait for the opening of the
trout fishing. season. Among them
was auctioneer Harpster, who went
for suckers, on Friday. and came home
with three dozen beauties.
The following officers of Penns val-
ley lodge No. 276 I. O. O. F., were in-
stalled at a special meeting, on Mon-
day evening, by district deputy
Charles Schaeffer, of Bellefonte:
Noble Grand—Hugh C. Dale.
Vice Grand—A. J. Laird.
Financial Seeretary-—D. S. Peterson.
Recording Secretary—A. L. Al-
Chaplain—R. M. Krebs.
Treasurer—E. C. Musser.
Warden—W. H. Fry.
Conductor—J. H. Bailey.
R. S. to N. G.—J. E. McWilliams.
L. S. to N.: G.—M. F. Homan.
R. S. to V. G.—M. C. Wieland.
L. S. to V. G.—Irvin Walker.
R. S. S.—Ray Barto.
L. S. S.—Royal Kline.
Inside Guard—A. L. Bowersox.
Outside Guard—Paul Sunday.
Trustee—R., Milton Krebs.
Representative to Grand Lodge—
D. S. Peterson.
Representative to the orphan’s home,
at Sunbury—Ralph Walker.
Among the visiting Odd Fellows
were M. A. Hartswick, Lloyd A.
Stover, Ed Young, H. N. Koch, Roy
Williams, Glenn Zong, W. C. Ray-
mond, Geo. L. Homan, Ed D. Zong,
Waldo Homan, J. R. Irvin, W. J.
Meyers, Frank Barger, Henry Meyers
and C. W. Corl. A baked bean supper
and smoker followed the installation.
Mr. A. Cummings and Miss Decker,
from Pennsvalley, called at the J. T.
Noll home on Sunday.
Mrs. Nellie Gheen entertained the
ladies of the bridge club at her home
on Saturday afternoon.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
home of the president, Mrs. Wade
Evey, on Tuesday evening, April 12th.
The falling of the Aeroplane owned
by John Prutzman, of Altoona, on Sat-
urday afternoon, caused quite an ex-
citement in our usually quiet village.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Showers and
son, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Noll, spent Thursday evening
with Mrs. Showers’ mother, Mrs. L. H.
Wian, in Bellefonte.
The sewing class, under the auspices
of the Pleasant Gap civic club, met in
the M. E. church, on Thursday after-
noon. Miss Reynolds, of State Col-
lege, is the instructress. Twenty-four
ladies were in attendance, and the
work is progressing finely. These
classes are open to any one who cares
to attend and receive instruction in
cutting and fitting, and all kinds of
Walter Daily, of Altoona, was a
week-end visitor at the George Ertley
Nevin Yearick and Guyer Ertley
made a business trip to Altoona last
Mrs. Eleanor Herman and son Her-
bert were Sunday visitors at the Mis.
Ella Dietz home.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Walker and
children were Sunday visitors at the
E. R. Lucas home.
William Dietz and family, of
Blanchard, were Sunday callers at the
William Weaver home.
Sunday school on Sunday at one
o'clock and Holy communion at two
o'clock, in the Reformed church.
The Ladies Aid society met at the
home of Mrs. R. H. Bennison, last
Thursday, with fourteen people pres-
An announcement was received here
of the birth of an eight and a half
pound baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. James
Decker, of Lock Haven. Mr. and
Mrs. Decker are well known here and
their many friends will be pleased to
hear of the arrival of their first child.
John Gilliland is the owner of a
Quite a number of cases of measles
are reported among children about
Mr. and Mrs.
week-end with relatives about town.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zong and son
George, of State College, were guests
Lester Korman and |
family, of Osceola Mills, spent the
at the Edward Zong home on Sunday. |
William Tressler returned last week
from Buffalo, N. Y., where he under-
went an operation in a hospital at that
E— a se eee.
The Watchman publishes news
when it is news. Read it.
OTICE.—Jacob Smutzinger vs.
N Lawrence. In the Court of Com-
mon Pleas of Centre County. No.
4, May Term, 1927. Centre county, SS. The
Commonwealth of Fennsylvania to the
Sheriff of said county, Greeting: We com-
mand you that you attach John Lawrence,
late of your county by all and singular |
his goods and chattels, lands and tene-
ments, in whose hands or possession
soever the same may be so that he be
and appear before our Court eof Common
Pleas to be holden at Bellefonte in and for
said County on the 3rd Monday of May
1927, next, there to answer Jacob Smutz-
inger of a pjea of Assumpsit for goods
sold and delivered and also that you
summon as garnishees all persons in
whose hands or possession the said goods
and chattels, lands and tenements, or any
of them, may be attached, so that they
and every of them be and appear before
our said Court at the day and place
aforesaid, to answer what shall be objected
against them, and abide the judgment of
the Court therein. That in pursuance of
the above order I have attached the fol-
lowing lands and tenements, to-wit: All
the surface of those two certain messuages
and tenements and lots of ground situate
and being in Cassanova Rush Twp. Cen- |
tre county, Pa., bounded and described as
Beginning at a post, Southeast corner of
the intersection of Chester and Maple
streets thence by said Maple street N. 81
deg. BE. 100 ft. to a post; thence 8. 9 deg.
BE. 150 ft. to an alley; thence by said Alley
S. 81 deg. W. 100 ft. to Chester street;
thence N. 9 deg. W. 150 ft. to a place of
beginning . Being otherwise known as
lots No. 93 and 95 in the general plan of
the village of Cassanova.
E. R. TAYLOR, Sheriff,
72-13-6t Centre County, Pa.
16 to 25 Years of Age
Good Wages Good Working Con-
ditions. Excellent Boarding
Accommodations for out
of town Girls.
| Employment for Entire Families
with Girls of working age.
IDEAL HOUSING FACILITIES
further particulars write
P. 0. BOX 49
W.R. Shope Lumber Co.
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Millwork and Roofing
Call Bellefonte 432
IN THE CHURCHES OF THE
BOALSBURG REFORMED CHARGE.
Boalsburg—Church school, 9.15 a. m.
Confirmation and Holy Communion,
10.30 a. m.
Easter Festival, 7.30 p. m.
Houserville—Divine Worship, 2.30
Pine Hall—Post, Easter services on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights, at 7.45 o'clock. Rev. O. T.
Moyer, from Howard will preach the
first two nights. Preparatory service
W. W. Moyer, Pastor.
THE EVANGELICAL CHURCH.
Early Easter service, 7.00 a. m., Rev.
C. E. Hewitt, of State College, the
special speaker. Sunday school 8.00
a. m. Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m.
Evening worship 7.30 p. m. Every-
Reed O. Steely, Minister,
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Say it With Flowers
and Say it With Ours
We have Thousands of the Choicest Blooming Plants
Lilies, Hydrangeas, Hyacinths, Tulips, Cinerarias
at Prices so Low it will Surprise you---also
Cut Flowers Strictly Fresh
Roses, Lilies, Carnations, Sweet Peas,
Come out to our Greenhouses any
day now, and see the three houses full
Lily of the Valley.
We Deliver Flowers by Wire all over the World. New Phone 531 =
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£ ETnanan Sanaa lai N22 US Hel
A CAR LOAD OF
Il MAPLE PORCH ROCKERN
UERNSEYS FOR SALE—A fine
G Guernsey cow, a heifer and a bull
calf, all eligible to registry. These
animals are all in good condition and of
A 1 blood that might improve that of any
grade herd. Inquire of Cross and Meek,
Bellefonte, Pa., or phone Bellefonte 520-
K. Johnston, of Bellefonte, Pa., am
an applicant for admission to the
Bar of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania,
at an examination to be held in Philadel-
phia, Pa., on June 30th and July 1st, 1927.
HUGH K. JOHNSTON
NE is hereby given that I, Hugh
Robert Allen. In the court of Com-
mon Pleas of Centre County, No.
72 February term, 1927. Libel in Divorce.
To Robert Allen, Respondent. Whereas
Grace Allen, your wife, has filed a Libel
in the Court of Common Pleas of Centre
County, praying a divorce from you. Now
you are notified and required to appear in
the Court on or before the Third Monday
of May, 1927 to answer the complaint of
Grace Allen, and in default of such ap-
pearance you will be liabel to have a di-
vorce granted in your absence.
E. R. TAYLOR,
72-14-4t Sheriff of Centre County.
N°" IN DIVORCE.—Grace Allen vs.
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(Oxfords for Men
Black and Tan Oxfords
for Men. They are 'man-
ufoctured by the SELZ
Yeager’s Tiny Boot Shop
Buy $100.00 worth of merchandise from any or
all of the Stores listed below, beginning with April
15th and up to June 30th, and have your tickets re-
deemed at the Y. M. C. A. for cne of these porch
One Ticket Given with every H0ct. CASH Purchase
It Will Pay You to Buy at Home
HERE IS THE LIST OF THE STORES THAT WILL
HAVE THIS MOVEMENT
Guy Bonfatto Green Grocery
Elizabeth T. Cooney Hat Shop
Potter-Hoy Hardware Co.
Robert Roan Store
Bellefonte Hardware Co.
Lyon & Co.
F. W. West & Co.
Hazle & Co.
City Cash Grocery
Schlow Quality Shop :
J. B. Rossman—Auto Repair
W. B. Port—Dry Cleaning
Kissel’s Meat Market
H. D. Cowher
Cohen & Co.
J. D. Hunter Book Store
Harter’s Music Store
H. C. Yeager Shoe Store
(Tiny Boot Shop)
A. C. Smith—Tailor
P. L. Beezer Meat Market.
John I. Olewine Hardware
Chas. Richelieu Theatre
Electric Supply Co.
R. S. Brouse Store
Nittany Shoe Store
R. T. Willard Clothier
First National Bank
Zeller’s Drug Store
Centre Oil and Gas Company. A. Fauble-Clothier
Associated Business Men of Bellefonte
Big Spring Motor Co.
Carpeneto Green Grocery
Miller's Mardware Store
Montgomery & Co.
Schaffer’s Hardware Store
Emerick’s Motor Bus Line
to The Mott Drug Co.
William S. Katz, Inc.
Davison Candy Shop