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The Advance-news. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1933-1935, December 16, 1933, Image 8

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PACK EIGHT T H E A 1) VANCE • NEWS »\H SA'ITKDAY. DEC. Hi, 1J»:W Local and Social Capts. James Woods. George Wood> and Kugene Dubrule have returned from the Great 1-akes. Loretta Free will entertain a Ai.mber of her little friends at a If\'?ater and supper party today on the occasion of her 7th birthday. Mis. Frank Van Fleet of White FJains arrived in the city yester- day and will spend the holiday sea- son with her daughter-in-law. Mrs. J. Flandreau Van Fleet. MY. and Mrs. C. J. Hayes, daugh- ter Lois and son Joseph and Miss R?ta Brown of Buffalo will arrive h< re the latter part of next week to spend the holidays with Dr. and Mrs. Thomas 1>. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Guest Hel- loes: will sail from Now York on the Grace liner Santa Rosa l>ec. 22 for California. After reaching the west coast They nu»y decide to extend their trip to Honolulu and Carina. Rollin Williams of Bloonifield. N. J., formerly of Ogdensburg. has been transferred from Bloom field to the Newark office of the New Jersey Telephone company. Mr. STRAMU —TODAY— PLUS and Mrs. Willams will continue to make their home in Bloom held. Mrs. Williams is the former Miss Mabel Brown. Mis. Charles K. Proctor and her daughter. Miss I,ois Proctor, oi this city, lost their personal pro- perty in a lire which destroyed «n apartment house in Glens Falls yesterday. Miss Proctor is a teach- er in the Glens Falls high school. Her mother went to Glens Falls re- cently to spend the winter with her. The White Mission on Washing- ton street will be reopened Sun- day, Dec. IT at 2 o'clock. There will be preaching in the evening at 7:30 by Rev. John S< obie of I Westborjo. Ont. The Mission has been closed for sometime while new seats, chimney, furnace, par- tial basement, have been installed. The interior has been newly pre- pared and an entry room put at *he front. Wiiliam Reu», IS. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ke^ra of Buffalo, former- ly of Oldens burg, will appear in a play which will be broadcast from j Station \Y. G. R. in Buffalo S.m- ! day at 1.3\ p. m. He will also ap- ! pear in a program at the same hour on Sunday. Dec. 24. These broad- casts are being *>]>onsored by the 1V1 Cleaning Solution company of Buffalo. The youth made his debut as a broadcaster last Sunday, when j he sang **Smiiiu' Through.\ His i song was so favorably received that he was engaged for the next two programs. He is a lre>limau in Bennett high school, Buffalo. Fraternity Men Robbed Supposed \Brothers\ Turned Out to be a Pair of Crooks at Evanston. — Last Chapter \TARZAN\ — SUN. — MON. CONTINUOUS SUNDAY 1^— E225S From The Play \THE BARKER\ 7Wf HAUmC Ofr HEAD ra&GV* m .'^ HOOPLA - p*si0* rosra | UEft BOOK/ AND THE BIG SPECIAL THE WHOLE COUNTRY IS RAV- ING ABOUT. HA 1 - HA? WHOS r AFRAlOOFTHto N i L; 616BA0W01R ±J t WALT, JDISNEYS iiHRE £ , unit; ju PIGS\ / ^ 0 WIN THE NEW STUDEBAKER A CHANCE WITH EACH ADULT TICKET EVAXSTOX. Hi.. Dec. 15.—Fra- ternity brothers in Phi Delta Theia at Xorthwestern University will be more careful in the future as to how they welcome visiting \bro- thers/* Two fur coated lads appear- ed at the chapter house last uisht clainiiug they were Brother Mart- in and Brother Christenson of Louisville. They knew the grip, the knock and the pass word. Two pledge-brothers were turned out of their rooms and the visitors were put up for the uight. Early in the morning it was discovered that the \brothers\ had departed and with them all of the jewels, currency and other valuables\ of all the broth- ers in the house. *;A •to •ss Saints Beat Tupper Lake Slow Trading On the Market In Metropolis NEW YORK. Dec. in.—The mar- ket slowly sagged off in dull trad- ing today and the close was from 1 to 3 points below yesterday's figures. Total sales approximated l.MOO.Oo© shares. Closing prices: Alaska Juneau 21 7-S j Allied Chemical 147 3-4 jAmer Can Co .96 1-2 jAm Tni & Tel 113 3-4 I Am Radiator 14 1-4 atPOPULAK* * PRICED B EFORE you start out on your Christmas shop- ft ping tours be sure to come in and look over J^ our practical gift selections. You'll find many *^ items that are exactly what you want ... at a t\ % much lower price. f* « IIUJIIIl ft K K Girls Team Also Scores Vic- j Am Tob B 721-4 tory Over the Canton Ag- gies. if «f 51 2 1-2 Pounds Asst. Chocolates 79c Roger and Gallet Compacts 39c jR -R & > ERFUMEf Coty's Sets $2.00 to $8.00 Yardley Sets $1.25 to $15.00 \Evening in Paris\ Sets _ $2.75 to $10.00 UATHEirCOOW Bill Folds — Bill Fold & Cigarette Case Tourist Cases — Bill Fold & Key Holder Toilet Sets — Pen & Pencil Sets JOHN J. GOODHART \THE REXALL STORE\ 122 Ford Street -:- Phone 152 —We Give Coupons on Studebaker Car— j The St. Mary'.s basket ball team trouiiced the Holy Ghost Academy jof Tupper Lake 30-13 at the S. M. •A. gymnasium laM night. The lo- ! cal tossers led at half time lfc-l*> j and -were never in danger of being j headed. In a preliminary game the S. M. !A. girls team nosed out the Can- iton^AgjPi*- girls IS to 14. The score \ was 10-6 in favor of the locals at ! the half and was close all the -way. Veterans Will Form New Order Am Tobacco 7rt Auburn Auto f»7 1-4 i Bald Ix>c Works 12 1-4 P»eth Steel 3.> r 7-8 Balti * Ohio 24 1-4 Calumet Hecla 4 1-4 Canadian Pacific 13 Cont'l Can Co 7»; 1-2 .Con Ga s 3S Com Solvents 32 3-4 Chrysler Co 51 7-S ! Oel Lack & W 24 3-4 Ihi Pont .- 90 Eastman Kodak 81 1-2 E Power & Light r. 1-4 General Electric 19 3-4 General Motors 33 5-8 Gen (Food Prod 36 1-4 Goodrich Rubber 13 3-4 Goodyear Tire 35 1-2 Grand Union 4 3-4 Great Northern 21 Illinois Central 32 1-4 International Nickel 21 3-8 Int Tel & Tel 14 1-4 International Harvester 4» 1-2 j Lehigh Va R R 14 1-2 j Montgomery Ward 22 3-4, « 1-4 i Nat Iiairy Prod 13 1-8 | National Biscuit 47 3-4 N Y Central 35 1-2 Nat Power Light * 1-8 North American 14 3-4 N Y X H & Hr 17 I QUALITY — FANCY Young Turkeys Plump, Fat and Clean A meeting of former service men who are interested in tne forma- tion of a local post of the Vetermas § Marine ^ Midland of Foreign Wars was held in the Police Protective association's room in the city hall last night. About seventy-five mere present. An ad- dress was ^iven by John O'Keefe. organizer from Utica. He explained the purpose* and benefits of the; Proctor-Gamble *<* 1-2 organization and stated that a cnar-|Ra4io ter could be secured from national headquarters if fifteen men signed the application. More than tais namber were inKmediately *< cured j Safeway Store< and the application m «H *^ forward- S^ars Roebnck ed at one**- Wben tlw» <-narter is set ured woffi< ers will be elected and a meeting place decided oponl The promoters of tne mov^meut expect that a large number of ^igible vet- erans will bcc:om< affiliated with Lhe new po«st- Gary Cooper Weds Social Registerite 1-4 Pub S* rr N J 35 1-2 Rep I Steel 1< 5-8 Rem Rand ~ *-S 45 1-4 42 1-21 Sid Oil of X J 4< 3-i: £ocouy Vacant 1* Studebaker Corp 4 ^«! Tex Gnlf Sulpbar 41 1-2; C S Pipe SL Fonndry 1» I V S STiieltin* » 1-2] railed States Steel -W 5-^ ' Cnited States ^tee! Pfd --- S7 3-4 Wooiworth .^ *1 1-* NtGYork Curb Niagara Hudson 5 1-4 , Cities S*-rrice * *-* Hodson Bay » M NEW YORK. Dec Cooper. f«ar film Sandra STiaw, av sorial r*c^terite. today in tfce Park Avenae hoaoe of ner ptents. The bride nas appear- ed in *ereral picianes bat said toot rbe had definitely green np her pictare work. Cloverbloom Butter, 2 lbs. — Shoulder Roast Pork, 4 to 6 lb.av.- Pork Steak, lean, lb. - - - - Pork Butts, lean, meaty, lb. - - Beef Steak, tender, lb. - - - CUT FROM PRIME STEER BEEF Lamb Chops, shoulder, lb. - - Lamb Stew, genuine spring, lb. Bacon, sugar cured, any size pc. Pot Roast, meaty, lb. - - Oranges, juicy, size 200, doz. - - Grapefruit, sweet, each - - - - - 41c. - 7c - - 12c • - - lie. - - 14c. - - 14c. 5c. , lb. - 16c 10c, 12c ----19c. - - 5c. . F. BOYER 44 QUALITY STORE 19 21 Lake Street n .'•

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