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The North countryman. (Rouses Point, N.Y.) 1928-current, November 29, 1928, Image 6

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.! ; T.l \V; T$ • If i. 1 '5 ; '•\.• > • >•' t^i •.-? •:->•• • HiiSi n IS RIOT Of IN '•First' WMtimA Piager Uas Hi*- \\ -fnaa' ani &p peallag : . in New trh&rlte Murray us la town! j '•* For ~\ years — even, toefora the I genial gemius of stage, screen and j vaudeville comedy made his debut t in split-reel \mirlbqua^es\ of the sHversbeet, that announcement has had special meaning. To adults, children, folks of all ages and both sexes, it was the equivalent of say- ing. \The circu* is here i\ In \The Head Man,\ at the Strand Theatre, however, there is a new and even more appealing Charlie Murray, The picture, First National's elaborate production of the delightfully whimsical novel by Harry Leon Wilson, \The Boss of Little Arcady,\ is by far the beat in whjch the famous comedian has ever appeared. While It is brimful of every sort of fun, from burlesque to whimsy, it la also a logical, cleverlytevolved and very human picture. Things happen as they do in life, not with >hft inconsequential haphazardnMs of farce comedy. And Hurray, in the featured, title role, gets tys first chance at pathos, drama and realistic character portrayal. Capably supporting bfeu art Ltf- retta Young, Luclen Uttfefteld, j^arry Kent, Ifartha, Mattox, Dot Farley, Irving Bacon and other tootabte players. as a Giant Pitcher \Why Is it, Sam, that one never bears of a darky committing sui- cide?\ inquired the Northerner. «\Well you see, tt's_ dlaaway, boss: When a white puason has any trouble be sets down an' gits to studytn' 'bout it an' a-worryin'. | Then firs' thing yp u know he's! done killed hlase'f. But when a nigger sets d»wn to think about his troubles, why, he jes* nacherly goes to sleep!\ ALB0EO Here's Car! Mays, famous underhand pitcher; wh * fiiffncd by John J. McGraw'of the New York Giat *e,s;on. Mays, troubled last year with neuritis in arm. is shown wrth his small son, Billy, on the s. •.ti Beach^Fla. A*b&, Vt, Nov. 26-— THe cartf party given Friday aiteinoon at the liomc of Mrs-. W, O. Moiton. for the fccnefii oi the P. T. A. was well attended. A pleasant time was enjoyed tuid refreshments were served. Thirty of the members of the Order of P. and A. M. went to fit* Lambert Saturday night through invitation to attend a Masonic meeting there: They were royaly entertained and returned in the wee, sma' hours in the morning. Arthur Darby who has managed hia father's farm for a number of years has gone to Spencer, Mass., where he has employment on a large stock farm. A. W. Darby has let his farm to Paul Bedartt The Ladles' Aid of the Congrega- tional Church met at the borne off Mrs. Vernon Mltchel Wednesday afternoon to plan their work for the winter. -•••.. •Mr. an NOTICE T0 CHEDiTO tate of Mary B. Luck, Bouses Polnfe N. y. All against said estate Must with*,the widersigned at office of Jas. B, Stearaa Piiint, <Sil or before the of Jun«, 1949. I>atea Now. 19, 1928. \ C. Mrs. Dreahler, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stiles were visitors In Mon- treal recently. Mrs. Elmer Lord and son, Ora, and daughter, Naomi, of Ellen- burg, N. Y., were guests of Mrs. Lord's mother, Mrs. O. O. BeU, Sunday. - ' Miss Madelene Roberts enter- tained a lady friend over Sunday. • Mrs. Lynn Oliver and baby re- turned home Saturday from the Mary Fletcher Hospital where tj»y have been cared for. -y Mr. A. E. WWard and his broth- er were calling on friends here r cently. His many friends are saddened to learn of his ill health. Mr. and Mrs. Willard lived here for a number of years and loads a host of friends. They were ac- tive in church work and all social functions and were much missed, when leaving our midrt. CHIMNEY FIRE CALLS OU* DEPARTMENT A chimney fire in the hotel building occupied by Frank Duffy, of Rouses Point, brought out the fire fighting up>>ur?i!us: of Mont- gomery Hoae Company' on Uutur- day afternoon of last weeii, The local hose men responded promptly and the flames w«r<; lonliiimt ta the chimney WKJ no <taui;ij;c was - - - ***** •£• ^- — ->. . fc STRAND THEATRE PLATTSBVRGH, N. Y. Matinee 2:30. Eve. 7 & 9 , .. Ti r .. J .. r . J . -LUT-.L ia • 1 _ . L ~r 11 icitnwi n 11 • TI 1 r r nr - - -i — P ROG R A M — tThuradaj- and Friday, Nov.- t& and Sli»— . • Ramon Novarro and Rence Adoree in HOURS\ and Vaudeville S^d: Barrjr NortofT Bomthy Jmii in' Buster \&catOR\iia • GRACE STEVENS CAIN Expert c: HAIR CUTTING and MARCEL WAVlKG .44 Brinkerhoff St. Phone 699 Plattsbut^ N, Y. AUCTION SALE jj, tliu mull rslsned, x\VA «HS1I at I piibho an.tion at th>> trsld '.ib-i at ' 8 STATE «V. H!»UN«^I P»*nt, i-i, ¥. Opp. P. L,. Belalr's C:ty Market All of tho Household Furniture nn the premi<!»s Priday A Nov- 3^1 »t 1:80 p, in. MAY BREAULT Now Is the Time • To make Inside Alterations Upson Board ? Celotex and all P. O* Addrest, 2835 . <a JAS. B. STEARNS, AttprniQr. iB^r AdnuialstraW Office and P. O. Addtwg Rouses Point, N. Y, mmm man, ». T. Every N%M Cxmpt TmsHj ~ awl Ttariday Matanee—Sunday ani Friday Afternooai An Action Picture ', Starring **Kin-'Kn-W' the Mighty, N4. 1 Sstnrday, Dec. 1— Lyfts DePutta '' Norman McGregor !v fin Jttfri#,1 Sunday aud Monday, December 2 and 8— Dorothy .Macka$ * Anna Q, Nitsaon WHIP* j Dec. 5-* K :\-/TO BE \ ANNOUNCED *.-, T ........... The New Richardson Warm Air Furnace • •»»>>»••«»»';?!?; The Greatest One-Pipe Furnace on the Market >' to Buy ;, Eeonomicai to Install ;;, and lifts less CM . : -V<J« arc cordially invited.Ito. visit •\:our' inspect. # ' ' ' ' • '-. ' Your-Serwioe- -WOOERS F( gff

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