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Where the Better-Class Photoplays are Shown
Each Evening at 6.15 o'clock.
Miss Crouse at the Robert Morton
This Friday and Saturday
WARNER BROTHERS PRESENT
You all know Rin Tin Tin as the screen’s
greatest dog star and this production is
no exception. We present the attraction
in line with our slogan “Presenting the
Better Class Photo Plays” and when we
inform you of any big special you can rest
assured that it is all we say it is and then
some. We believe in you and, always, we
want you to believe in us. :
As an added’ attraction we have a Mack
Kennet . tsvo-reel Comedy, titled “Crazy to
Act” and Fox News right off the press.
Usual admission, 10 and 26c.
Monday and Tuesday
PRODUCERS DIST. CORP. PRESENT
HARRISON FOUN I
© MARIE PREVOST =
“The Night Bride”
An expectant bride-to-be on her way to
the marriage altar, she discovers her fiance
in the embrace of her own sister. Then,
finding herself in the home of a bitter,
woman - hater, who anistakes.. her for.a
burglar, .a new and rosier romance
enters ‘her life—a superb picture with a
surprising climax. A corking story, a pep-
py cast, a screen tonic de luxe.
Also Charley Chase, that funny comed-
ian, of Mack Sennet’s in “Forgotten
Only 10 and 25 cents.
Feature not yet set.
Thursday, Friday and Sat.
WARNER BROS. PRESENT
pret "(, pe pot
Here is the greatest actor of our day
as the greatest lover of all ages. This
production needs no introduction to Scenic
patrons for you all know what it did in
the big cities at $2.00 top and you all
know very well what it will do at the
Scenic for three days at 15 and 35 c. This
great attraction is in 10 massive reels and
as it goes “a word to the wise is suffi-
cient.” Come early and avoid standing in
line. The feature will be shown at 6:45
and 9 p. m. Don’t follow the crowd but
get in ahead of it. Two shows each night.
Admission 15 and 385¢
This Saturday, only
“Hills of Perl”
Here is Buck's latest release and one
that has all the thrills and action your
heart desires. A strictly western attrae-
tion as only Buck can make them.
Also a great two-reel Comedy.
Be on time to see John Barrymore in
“Don Juan” for it is in 10 massive reels ;
and but two shows each night and no |
matinees. Feature at 6:45 and 9 p. m. ex-
act. Come early and select a good seat.
Admission, 15 and 85 cents. |
fi | he fell from a swing recently.
Paul Dernar ‘recently purchased a
new Star coupe.
Mrs. Charles Kuhn visited her sis-
ter, in Bellefonte, last week.
Mrs. Tammie Keller, of Milesburg,
is visiting among friends in town.
Mrs. John Ishler represented the
Rebekah lodge at Conneaut Lake last
Mr. and Mrs. John Dernar motored
to Huntingdon, on Sunday, to spend
the day with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Kamp, of State Col-
lege, are occupying Geo. E. Meyers’
new residence, on Church St.
Mrs. Kleckner and son, of Mifflin-
burg, were guests at the home of
‘Squire and Mrs. Fisher, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hazel and
daughter Jane attended the funeral of
an uncle, at Rebersburg, on Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. George C. Hall, of
Wilmington, Del., arrived in town,
Friday, expecting to remain for the
Miss Anna Mary Hess returned
from Bloomsburg Normal, last week,
to spend the summer vacation with
Miss Hester Lonebarger, Richard
Goheen and Nevin Fisher, students at
Penn State, are home for their sum-
spent some time last
friends in town.
Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Moyer and
Miss Nora Miller enjoyed a day’s
outing with a party of friends at the
Howard camp. .
~ Mr. R. J. Houck, of Altoona, will
give an organ recital in the Lutheran
church on Saturday evening, June
18th, at 8 o’clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Wise and baby, of
Lenark, Ill, and Mrs. Gettig and
family, of Juniata, were visitors in
town on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Meyer went to
Spring Mills, on Saturday, to visit
their daughter, Mrs. Lee Brooks, re-
turning home Sunday.
Mrs. Ellen Gingrich and daughters,
Misses Mildred and Marie, accompan-
jed Lee Smeltzer, of Pleasant Gap, to
Williamsport on Tuesday. :
Miss Elizabeth Meyer came up
from Mifflinville, at the close of the
school term, to visit friends before
going to her home in Newark, N. J.
At the June meeting of the Civic
club Mrs. Elizabeth Ham was elected
president, Mrs. M. W. Goheen secre-
tary, and Miss Augusta Murray
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Meyer, with
Mr. and Mrs. Nevin Meyer and
daughter Roselle as motor guests,
drove to Altoona, Sunday, to spend
the day with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mothersbaugh
and Mr. and Mrs, Charles Mothers-
baugh motored to Williamsport, last
week, to visit their brother, D. K.
Mothersbaugh, who is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goheen, Mrs.
Magoffin and Mr. and Mrs. E. R
Tussey and family motored to Holli-
Houtz Risser and
daysburg, Wednesday, to visit Miss
Margaret Lytle,” at the Presbyterian
home. om } : '
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hess have is-
sued invitations for the marriage of
their daughter Emeline to Paul
Coxey, the ceremony to take place in
the Lutheran church, Tuesday, June
21st, at 4 o'clock.
Prof. and Mrs. James Bryson, of
Derry, are visiting Mrs. Bryson’s
mother, Mrs. M. A. Woods, and also
attended commencement at Penn
State, their daughter Helen being a
member of the graduating class.
Fred Reitz ‘and mother motored to
Sunbury, on Thursday, and were ac-
companied home by Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Lenker, who were guests of the
Reitz family until Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Dornsife and Mr. and Mrs.
Dice and son, of Williamsport, were
also entertained at the Reitz home on
D. C. Mitterling, who has been suf-
fering from tonsilitis for a week or
more, is slightly improved.
A number of the young people of
the surrounding community entered
! Lock Haven Normal school this week.
Bobby Arney broke his arm when
little lad is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
& Bruce Arney.
Miss Agnes Geary is spending ten |
| days at Eagle’s Mere where she is |
| acting in the capacity of a delegate
from State College.
Miss Florence Love, after visiting
among friends on our side of Nittany
mountain for 2 week, returned to
Bellefonte on Tuesday morning.
M. L. Emerick, who has been a pa-
tient in the hospital at Bellefonte for
a week, shows no signs of improve-
ment. His condition is very critical.
William Wilt, wife and son, and
Mr. Hill, of Franklin, made a short
stop at the Bartholomew home on
Monday afternoon, on their way to
Philadelphia, where they expected to
attend another son’s wedding on Wed-
The first alumni meeting of Centre
Hall High school was held in the High
school building on Wednesday even-
ing. Twenty-two members were pres-
ent. Officers were elected and a com-
mittee appointed to draw up a consti-
tution and by-laws.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geary and
children, of Newport, spent Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Geary’s mother,
Mrs. Belle Whiteman. Mr. Geary re-
turned home, but the others remained
for a visit of two weeks among
friends and relatives.
Mr, and Mrs. H. J. Kittelberger and
daughters, Louise and Elizabeth, of
Curwensville,- spent Tuesday night
and Wednesday at the Bartholomew
home, on their return from Bethlehem
where they had gone to see the son
and brother William, graduate from
Dr. J. V. Foster, now of State Col-
lege but formerly of Centre Hall, is
on his way to Vienna, where a num-
ber of surgeons from all parts of the
country are studying to become more
expert in the treatment of diseases of
the eye, ear, nose and throat. ‘They.
will remain there until the middle of
Chautauqua was quite well attend-
ed. The children, under the care and
instruction of Miss Jocques and Miss
Helen Carter, performed very well
and apparently enjoyed the sessions.
Most of the entertainments proved
pleasing to the audiences. For the
sake of the children especially, it is
good that enough signers were ob-
tained for next year.
that Nungesser and Coli
Found is Unconfirmed.
News flashes from Quebec, late on
Wednesday afternoon, that Nungesser
and Coli, the French aviators who
have been lost since their attempted
flight from Paris to New York, on
May 8th, had been found alive and
well in the wilds of Quebec, have not
been confirmed and have only a
meagre foundation on which to build
any hope that the story may prove
Government officials counsel can-
tion in accepting as true reports that
the flares were sent up by Nungesser
and Coli, for it is realized that other
agencies might have been responsible
—William Taylor Hunt Jr., only
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hunt, of
Renovo, graduated from Jefferson
Medical college, Philadelphia with the
class of 27 and is now contemplating
entering St. Francis hospital, Pitts-
burgh, as in interne.
——Rev. Reed O. Steely was in
New York during the Lindbergh re-
ception and says he stood for three
hours to get a glimpse of the new
idol. Such a demonstraticn, Rev.
Steely says, he had never thought
possible and is of the opinion that he
will never see another like it.
——Porch rocker tickets will not be
good after June 30th. 24-1t
——Claire Wingard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Wingard, of Spring
Mills, was brought to the Centre
County hospital, on Sunday evening,
for treatment for a fractured lower
mother is well known here as Miss
| NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
| ORD COUPE—in good condition, Tires
new. Price $175.00. Inquire of
American Lime and Stone Co.
OTICE IN DIVORCE.—Alda M. Mul-
barger vs. George W. Mulbarger.
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Centre County; No. 64 December Term,
1926. Libel in Divorce. To George W.
Mulbarger, Respondent: Whereas, Alda M.
Mulbarger, your wife, has filed a Libel in
the Court of Common Pleas of Centre
County praying a Divorce from you, now
you are hereby notified and required to
appear in the Court on or before the First
Monday of July, 1927, to answer the com-
plaint of the said Alda.M. Mulbarger, and
in default of such appearance you will be
highle bo have a divorce granted in your
E. R. TAYLOR,
72-22-4t Sheriff of Centre County.
IRA D. GARMAN
101 Seuth Eleventh St..
Have Your Diamonds Reset in Platinum
64-34-tf EXCLUSIVE EMBLEM JEWELRY
Free sik HOSE Free
Mendel’s Knit Silk Hose for Wo-
men, guaranteed to wear six
months without runners in leg or
holes -in heels ur toe. A new pair
FREE if they fail. Price $1.00.
YEAGER’'S TINY BOOT SHOP.
At a Reduced Rate 20%
1-26.6m J. M. KEICHLINE, Agent
34.85 Men's Orfords $4.85
Men’s Oxfords have arrived. Made
from Imported Brogue Calf, Black
and Tan. These Shoes are a wonderful
value at the regular price of $7.00, but
due to the fact that our operating ex-
pense is very low we are in position to
give you this great value for $4.85.
Yeager’s Tiny Boot. Shop
jaw, the result of being kicked in the
face by a horse that afternoon.
with enclosed poreh, bath and all
conveniences. No children. 72-24-3
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given that the co-part-
nership heretofore existing between H. A.
Hartling and J. D. Hunt, under the name
of Hartling & Hunt,
dissolved by mutual
parties. All persons
has this day been
consent of the
ether to H. A:® Hartling,
‘Pennsylvania, or J: D.. Hunt,
H. A. HARTLING, Philipsburg, Pa. '
J. D. HUNT, State College, Pa.
_ Monday wash day, Tuesday ven
iron. Ladies, washing and ironing can he
made a pleasure in place of drudgerv 1f
you will wear Ault-Williamson Constant Com
fort Shoes. Only $4.85 per pair.
Yeager’s Tiny Boot. Shop
having ' any claims:
against said firm can mail their accounts.
State Col; ft*
Sunday, June 26
’ SPECIAL THROUGH TRAIN
Leaves Saturday Night, June 2&
« Kastern Standard Time
Bellefonte - 10.00 P. M.
Milesburg - 10.10 #
Howard - 10.29
Kagleville - 10.36 4"
Beech Creek - 10.40 i
Returning, leaves Atlantic City
(Seuth Carelina Avenue) 4.45 P, M.
Thar. Fr. Sat.
WARNER BROS present
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with. MARY ASTOR
Orrected by ALA
Adapted by BESS MEREDY TH
Two Shows Each Night.
SOI BINION GI NI
Feature on at 6:45 and 9 p. m.
Adm. 15 and 35 cts.
DMINISTRATOR’'S NOTICE.—In the
matter of the estate of D. Clyde
: Krebs, late of Ferguson township,
Cenire County, Penna., deceased, the un-
dersigned having been appointed admin-
istrators, hereby notify all persons having
claims against said estate to present them,
properly authenticated, for payment and
those knowing themselves indebted to
said estate 11 please make immediate
LESLIE C. KREBS, Shippensburg, Pa,
LEE A. KREBS, State College, Pa.
XN Fossen Walker, atty. Administrators
of administration having beem..
granted to the undersigned upom: .
the estate of Ellen Fanning, late of Bem—
ner township, deceased, all persons know-
ing themselves indebted to same ave
requested to make prompt payment, and ©
those having claims against said estate -
must present them duly authenticated, fos r
A os NOTICE. —Letteps:
Gettig & Bower,
Chevrolet, 1924 Sedan,
Ford 1924 Coupe - .-
TE SSS ESSE
Dodge, 1924 Touring
us show you.
“With an O. K.
2 Ford Tourings, no starters
Ford Ton Truck, solid tires
hauled shows very little wear -
International Truck, 1924, 2
condition, new paint new tires -
Oakland, 1924 Touring, wonderful con-
dition, cheap to quick buyer -
Overland, 1923 touring
Chevrolet, 1926 Coupe -
We have the car you want. Come in and: let
(Open night and day)
Decker Chevrolet Co.
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$35. to $50. now - -
$27. to $35. now
Don’t miss it!
The Clothing Event
of the Year
Our Entire stock of Men's and Young Men’s
Suits grouped for quick selling in
Two Price Groups
$2250 . . . and . . . $27.50
All Suits formerly priced from
All Suits formerly priced
Sale Starts Friday June 10
and lasts one week only.
It’s like finding money.
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