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A STORY OF THE “400”
_ Beginning next Sunday, the: New
York Sunday American will : publish
a new novel, “24 Hours,” by Louis
Bromfield, - Puiltizer . prize winner,
This master of fiction has writtena
thrilling account of what happens
to a group of society people while
the hands go twice around the clock.
The New York American is on sale
at all news stands. If you gre un-
able to obtain it from your local
dealer, send ten cents and we will
mail a copy.
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__Read the Watchman and getall
Matinee Daily at 1.30
Eddie Quillan, Jimmie Gleason,
Bob Armstrong in
Edward Everett Horton in
“ONCE A GENTLEMAN” [
MONDAY AND TUESDAY—
Warner Bros. and Vitaphone present
Lew Ayres, Dorothy Mathews in
“THE DOORWAY TO HELL”
Victor McLaglen, Mona Maris in
«A DEVIL WITH WOMEN”
Walter Huston in D. W. Griffith’s
Joe E. Brown, Jeanette MacDonald in
«THE LOTTERY BRIDE”
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY—
John Mack Brown, Kay Johnson,
Wallace Beery, Karl Dane in
“BILLY THE KID”
“A DEVIL WITH WOMEN”
OUSE FOR RENT.—On Curtin street,
Bellefonte. Equipped with electric
stove and all modern conveniences.
Garage. Immediate possession. Inquire
of Sim Baum. 75-44-3t
ANTED.—An old book
WwW Chief,” by
“Belden, the White
Col. James Brisbin. State condi-
tion of book and price. Harry Hess,
Hess, Belmont and Conshohocken Ave.,
DMINISTRATRIX’'S NOTICE.— Let-
ters of administration having been '
granted to the undersigned upon
the estate of C. Edward Robb, late of
Bellefonte borough, deceased, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to the same
are requested to make prompt payment,
and those having claims against said
estate must present them, duly anthen-
ticated, for settlement.
Mrs, HENRIETTA P, ROBB,
W. Harrison Walker, Bellefonte, Pa.
RPHANS' COURT SALE.—The home-
stead premises of the late Ellen
M. Stuart, of State College Borough,
situate on the East side of S uth Pugh
Street in the Borough aforesaid will be
sold on the premises by the undersigned
Executors in pursuance of and in con-
formity with the decree of the Orphans’
Court of Centre County on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1930.
at 1:30 o'clock P. M. J
Said lot fronts 58 feet on the East
Side of South Pugh Street and extends
Pack an equal width a distance of 150
There is erected upon said lot a 2%
story brick and frame dwelling house
having four rooms on the first floor,
three rooms and one bathroom on the
second floor, concrete cellar, oil burner
steam heat plant, all modern conve-
niences, house in good repair and con-
dition. A full set of awnings, window
screens, special shades for sun parlor
and one Dokash range will be sold with
the said premises.
Terms of sale: 25¢, of the purchase
price to be paid on day of sale when
property is knocked down and declared
sold and the balance of the said pur-
chase price to be paid in cash upon
confirmation of sale and delivery of deed.
HAROLD B. SHATTUCK.
RAY D. GILLILAND
Executors of Ellen M. Stuart, dec'd.
W. Harrison Walker, attorney.
Now Showing, Friday— John
Boles and Laura a in
“Captain of the Guard”
Saturday (Children 10c to 5
Pp m)—the Thrilling, Chilling,
“The Cat Creeps”
with Helen Twelvetrees, Raymond
Hackett, Jean Hersholt, Lilyan
Tashman and Neil Hamilton.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednes. —
Gary Cooper, Kay Johnson,
Betty Compson and Harry
Green in Rex Beach’s Dy-
namic Story of Daredevil
Courage and Flaming Love—
Thurs, Friday, Satur. (Next
Week) Nancy Carroll in
IN BELLEFONTE CHURCHES
‘BELLEFONTE METHODIST CHURCH’
Church Bible school, C. C. Shuey,
Supt., 9:30, with special features, stir-
ring study. League, 6:30, discussing
“World Friendship,” by Elinor Mur-
torff, Claire Rhoads, Charles Jodon
and Melvin Foore. Worship—10:45,
special exposition, highly challeng-
ing. 7:30, evangelistic period.
Pastor responds to calls for his
service. Strangers and week-end
visitors welcome. Wednesday eve-
ning, mid-week congregational meet-
ing for study on world conditions.
devotional meditation on Scripture,
prayer and praise.
For a group get together meet-
ing, Friday night, Nov. 7, eleven
Epworthians motored to Unionville.
The events of this meeting were
very interesting, pleasant social
features and some “eats.” This
Bellefonte group plans constructive-
ly to do things. December 5, meet.
ing in Bellefonte.
The addresses of Dr. Sherwood Hall,
of Korea, who specializes in treatment
of tuberculosis which prevails wide-
ly in that Hermit Nation, before
the school and congregation were
very informing and heartening. He
superintends both college and hos-
pital. The film reels he displayed
Saturday evening, inthe home of M.
R. Johnson, where he was enter-
tained, presented abundant proof of
the success of his work. His father
and mother were missionaries to
Korea. His wife, who is a graduate
physician, does the hospital surgical
Pastor H. L. Jacobs attended in
First Church house, Altoona, Fri-
day, Nov. 7, the quarterly meeting
of the Board of Philanthropies,
which oversees the financial in-
terests of the conference annuity
fund, the Methodist Home for Chil-
dren, Mechanicsburg, the Methodist
Home for the Aged, Tyrone, Home
Missionary Society and Wesley
Foundaticn, State College, which
was represented by W. G. Murtorff.
Mrs. Jacobs was honor guest of the
Loyalty class anniversary, fifty-six
strong, at First Church parsonage in
the afternoon, and later Rev. and
Mrs. Jacobs were the honor guests
of the reunion of Willing Workers
class, in church house, Mrs. James
Stauffer, formerly Emma Penning.
ton, of Bellefonte, host.
Horace Lincoln Jacobs, Pastor.
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
9:30 A. M., Sunday school, Her-
man Hazel, superintendent,
10:45 A. M., Morning service; Ser-
mon: “Forgiving Our Brothers from
6:30 P. M.,, Luther League and
catechetical instruction; Louise Kline,
7:30 P. M.,, Evening service; Ser-
mon: “Maker of Heaven and Earth.”
Clarence E. Arnold, Pastor.
Mrs. Julia Parsons is visiting her
son, Ray Parsons and family, at
Miss Mary Turner, of Washington,
D. QC. is-vigiting -at the--home of her
sister, Mrs, John Askins,
Mrs. P. J. Hall, of Dix Run, visit-
her relatives, Mrs. Anna Finch and
Mrs. Frances Hall, last week.
Miss Dorothy Kerchner spent the
week-end with her aunt and uncle,
Mr, and Mrs. Toner Calhoun, of Al-
toona. They accompanied her home |
on Sunday and spent the day here. |
The Ladies Aid Society met, Mon- |
day evening, at the home of Mrs. |
Anna Finch and planned to have a |
bake sale on November 26th, in the!
community house. Any one wish- |
ing anything special baked should |
notify the solicitors, namely, Mrs.
Stella Parsons, Mrs. Beatrice Holt, |
Mrs. Beulah Holt or Mrs. Anna |
Mrs. John Walker is seriously ill |
and her condition is causing her
family much concern, |
Jacob MecClincy has sufficiently |
recovered from an attack of the |
grip to be up and around. }
Mrs. Lucy Fye, of Moshannen, is |
at her parental home helping care |
for her mother, Mrs. John Walker, !
who is quite ill. |
One night last week two men en- |
tered the home of Mrs. Sue Fisher, |
ate a pie, all the cake and took a
jar of peanut butter with them. |
From appearances they then .spent
the night in Roy Fisher's barn,
making a getaway before the men
Now Showing All This Week
—Constance Bennett, Lew
Ayres, Tully Marshall, Matty
Kemp and Beryl Mercer in
the Harvard Prize Play—
A story that will find an echo
in the heart of every woman.
Also Talking Comedy-—
“We, We, Marie”?
All Next Week at the State—
Richard Arlen, Fay Wray and
Eugene Pallette in
“The Sea God”
Pianos, Player Pianos
and Grand Pianos
Part of large cancelled order purchased recently arrives.
This Great Sale has created a sensation among the many shrewd
Piano Buyers in this city. Our store was thronged with eager pur-
chasers Friday and Saturday. Additional stock has arrived
and we are now in a position to sell Pianos at almost any price
ould care to mention.
The vig Sale is on. Any terms suitable to the purchaser will
suit us as we must move this massive stock at once.
A Player Bargain
Bench and Rells
tor $9984 pred
»f these ab the ‘pries.
$10 Down, $1.50 Weekly.
This is » real 1 ;
as it sells oraimarly || AQ)
for $395.00. Only oud .
of these at the priee.
Bargein © 844.00
Easy Terms and
- Delivery Free
Best Makes of
are here :
"to select from.
A slightly used Player sold for % 120 Open Nights
$475 early this year. Now
until g o'clock
A Small Down Payment.
WILL SECURE ANY
Piano, Player Piano or Grand Piano
IN THIS ENTIRE STOCK
WE HAVE REDUCED THE
PRICE ON THIS GRAND
We will accept as low as $2.00] oi.
weekly on it. This includes
bench and delivery free.
- - - - - he
terested in purchasing a Piano, Player Piano or Grand, come to our store at once. We have t
faa of Ants grade x Role merchandise ever assembled together under one roof in Bellefonte.
Pianos and Players with a world wide reputation, such as Lester, Leonard, Cabel & Sons, Etc.
BLOOM'S MUSIC STORE - - -
WEST HIGH STREET
BAM NB AD STAI
This bargain now $47.00. Pay as
you play. You can give your child
an opportunity to become a musi-
cian by paying $1.00 weekly on a
go at once.
bargain—now - $62.
Sev.ral of these on hand that must
You can pay weekly
or monthly or any way that your
Opposite Penn-Belle Hotel
ESTE NIE ITE TRAC 3
A PLAYER SPECIAL—This Player
can be had in mahogany or golden
oak, and it is a real value at this
price. Fifteen Rolls, Bench and
Free Delivery with this bargain.
It can be purchased at a lower
A real bargain. fi Sor
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