Saturday, April 25, 1925
THE OLD HOME TOWN BY STANLEY
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i i during the coming hot weather. i
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them with modern factory equipment, which countersinks
the rivets so that do not cut the drum. Full line of
“American Springs,” Prest-o-Lite Batteries, standard ac
cessories, Genuine Ford parts,
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Ripe tomatoes, Green Beans, Iceberg Lettuce, Celery, ! !.
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Sanitary Grocery Co.
“A REAL GOOD PLACE TO TRADE”
In and About the City
j Answer to Yesterday's Puzxle.
A Sincere Bow
A spacious, airy auditorium, with seatß
for everybody in the center section; a
Motiograph de Luxe projection machine
in a fire-proof«booth; a first class screen ;
a player piano that does not merely play
tunes, but is such an instrument that
under the skillful management of the
"performer" prodtiees music that soothes
and pleases rather than jars nerves; six
'o ten reels of the best picture that can
be selected, and a side-splitting comedy,
with no advertisements of any kind, and—
no kind reader! tickets are not on sale.
We are merely introducing you to the
moving picture outfit owned and oper
ated by the Jackson Training School for
(the entoihibment and instruction of the
four- hundred boys there.
' Eyerybod.v knows that a good moving
picture show means the investment of hun
dreds of dollars. And this show didn’t
just happen. It was assembled, so to
speak, by folks who are sincerely, inter
ested in the welafer of the boys, pad who
were generous enough to provide for sys
tematic entertainment for them. If ever
there was a situaton when one thing led
to another it was in the installation of
that picture machine. And right to the
fropti stepped Mr. John G. Parks, of
I’aYks-Bclk Co. There were “no ifs and
nrids" about Mr. Parks. The boys need
ed a machine, and he gave them the best
that could be procured. So far, so good.
Pllt the machine could be operated only in
a fire-proof booth, and a booth is a thing
that has to be built. Oh well' Mr.
John Query, the school contractor, is not
a superintendent of a Methodist Sunday
School for nothing. He merely £ mined,
called in a fejy extra hands, and proceed
ed to raise the very deuce of a racket in
a room upstairs over the autitorium.
When he finished, that machine was
housed in a booth that would be Home
Sweet Home while life should last in spite
of fire or flood. And now maybe, you
woiil’t believe it, but after all that the
thing wouldn’t work right. The light
wasn’t strong enough, and a new trans
former was needed. And who under the
sun was going to give anything as a
transformer. There’s not even arytbing
exciting about a transformer. You can't
rise up and say “given in memory of”
or feel romatic about it. But it was so
necessary and do you know that Mr.
George Stratton of the Armature Winding
-Co., at Charlotte gave, that\transforiJier
just as easy-like as if it were an every
day occurrence. And for a while every
thing went on fine. An occasional pic
ture was secured, the wall back of the
auditorium stage afforded more or less of
a screen if one’s eyes were real good, but
Training School folks have a foolish idea
that the best is none too good for the’
boys, and the idea of a screen kept bob
bing up. Tha twould make it just right.
And Providence provided the right fel
low, Mr. Will Pinker, of Bell and Harris
Furniture Co., Concord, has been furnish
ing things so long that he furnished that
screen without stopping to consider what
an uuusual thing he was doing atall.
Then—well, say! "have you ever been
ill a picture, show, all keyed up to a
point where you were just; having the
bfc<t time ip the world and all at once
felt flat; and everything seemed lifeDsa
with po reason at all. And in a min
ute or two you’d notice the music had
stopped. It made you plumb mad. You
wanted to call out to the orchestra, or the
pianist, or the organist, or whatever was
supposed to furnish the music and tell
them for goodness sake to go on—play
something—anythings! It was like sit
ting in a vacuum. But, praise be! North
Carolina has folks qualified to fill any
thing, and the only reason there hadn’t
bee nmusic to start with was because that
Anson county bunch of Efird Brothers
who have been busy locating stores all
aver the state hadn’t been advised that
Training School boys would enjoy and ap
preciate a good player piano more than
anybody. Messrs. J. B. and H. B| Efird.
of Charlotte, represented the firm in pre
senting the piano, and its a real instru
Everything ready to go, the scenery set.
and all the- make-up on. And right here
is whee the Chalotte Film Board of
Trade comes on the stage. Each Thurs
day evening, beginning at seven o’clock,
the boys enjoy one of the best programs
that can be provided through the courtesy
of the exchangee represented by the Char
lotte Film Board. If you doubt for a
moment the quantity of the pictures,
just listen at this list: “Educational Film
Exchange; Eltabram Film Co.; Enter
prise Dist. Corporation; Film Booking
Offices; First National Corporation; Met
ro-Goldwyn Dist Corporation ; Bathe- Ex
change, Inc.; Progres'Pictures, Inc.; Uni
versal Exchange, Inc.; Famous Players-
Every body who contributed toward
making a good show once each week a
[ possibility did it So quietly, and so gladly
that they hardlyjgave the school officials
a chance to sa.v Irnuch obliged” on behalf
of the boys. Bat if they could hgye been
within a hundred yards of the auditorium
when those boys saw “America”; had
heard them laugh and shout through Pen
rod and §)am”; could know how keen
-1 ythey anticipate this evening of whole
some recreation —Well, those folks would
just know they’d done something mighty
worth while. If you don’t believe it —
ask the boys!
At The Hheatres.
“Sundown” starringßessie Love, Roy
Stewart and Hobar is being l
shown again today at the Star,
j Yokima Conust in “Scar Hanan” and a 1
comedy “Big Games" featuring Sid Smith
are the features being shown today at
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have been used successfully in the pea I
feilds of Wisconsin, gathering as high
as 21 pounds of aphids per acre. j 1
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THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
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You have the unkeyed letter, so the vertical words should help you solve it.
1 Fluid in a tree.
4 Three banded armidilla (“a” unkey
8 Reverential fear,
11 To risk.
13 Runs away to marry. *
. 15 Damage.
, 10 Paid laibliCity.
IS Devoured. „ ;•
. 19 Mother.
24 Neuter pronoun.
, 25 To drink siowly.
20 To salt.
27 Point of compass.
32 Printer's measure.
, 34 A slave of habit.
40 Mental state of a group.
. 43 Half an em.
1 44 Instrument to permit outlook on
1 48 Disturbs.
50 Indeclinable noun.
: 53 Musical exercise.
54 Correlative of neither.
(By the Associated Press)
Program For April 26.
KFDM. Beaumont (315.6) 9:30 sacred.
WEMC, Berrien Springs (285.5) 8:15
' choir, violinist, sermon.
WEEI, Boston (475.9) 7:20 organ re
WJQ, Chicago (448) 7 orchestra, vo
! cal. j
WEBH, ChiengA Post (370) 6 arstits'
t WGN, Chicago (370.2) 8 special pro
KYW, Chicago (536) 7 Sunday Eve
. ning club, speaker, musical.
. WFAA, Dallas News (475.9) 6 Bible
I class: 8 service, choir; 9:30 Melody boys,
i WOC, Davenport (484) 7’ services,
, choir ; 9:30 little symphony.
, WWJ Detroit News (352.7) 6:20
I Roxy and his Gang; 8:15 organ.
WHO, Des Moines (526) 7:30 circus
. program, opera, sea lion playing on horn,
i WRAP, Fort Worth Star Telegram
■ (475.9) 77 frolic, dapee.
KTHS, Hot Springs Park (374.8) 8:30
; orchestra, 10 frolic.
i KNX, Hollywood (537) 9 sacred; 10
[ concert; 11 classical.
KFWB, Hollywood (252) 11 movie
i WSUI, lowa City (484) 7:30 concert;
. 8 organ.
WHB, Kansas City (365.6) 8 Chris
• tian Science services: 9 classsical; 11:15
organ ; 12 music masters.
WDAF, Kansas City (silent).
‘ WREO, Lansing (285.5) 6 :30 services,
■ community singing, organ.
WHAS, Louisville (silent).
KHJ, Los Angeles Times (405) 8:30
1 concert; 9 organ; 9:30 sacred; 10 trip
KFI, Los Angeles (468) 8;45 talk; 9
stage acts; 10 vocal, instrumental 11
■ dance. ij •
Wcco, Minneapolis-St. Paul (416.4)
9:15 classical. - ~
WEAF, New York (492) 6:20 Boxy
and his gang; 8:15 organ.
WHN, New York (360)* 8 entertainers;
.WlJßfe, New York (272.6) 8 music;
B:ls'choral singers, lecture, violinist.
WJZ, New York (455) 6 orchestra; 7
vocal, pianist; J :30 tenor. cello! 9 vio
WCAL, Northfield (336.0). 8:30 sacred
KGO, Oakland (361.2) 6 dance; 10
educational, trio, 12 dance, songs.
WOAW, Omaha (526 ) 6 Bible Study;
0 musicale service.
KDKA, Pittsburgh (300.1) 7:30 ser
WCAE, Pittsburgh (461.3) 7‘15 or
KGW Portland Oregonian (401.5) 8
services; 0 concert, solos.
WKAQ, Porto Rieo (340.7) 6 band i
I WIP, Philadelphia (508.2) 6:15 serv
ices ; 8:30 concert
i WFI, Philadelphia (508.2) 6:15 serv
ices, 8:30 concert.
WFI, Philadelphia (89425) 6:30 aer-.
WOO, Philadelphia (508.2) 5:05 re
I WCAU, Philadelphia (278) 4 recital;
4:10 services; 5 orchestra; G orchestra;
1 Scrawny animals.
• 2 Exclamation of surprise.
3 To stuff.
4 To perform.
6 f To stay.
7 Abutment ofnarach dtOQßen-:Y3o
7 Abutment of an arch.
9 You and I.
10 To pass safely through peril.
12 Small salamanders.
17 Increases in depth.
10 A marvel.
21 Fresh water mussel.
23 Half an em.
25 Rich brown color.
31 Siberian antelope.
32 Sjrap by which a shield is held on
33 One who follows the fashion.
35 To accomplish.
36 Released downward (var.)
37 To offer.
l 42 Feminine pronoun.
44 Foot of a cat.
45 Ixiwbred presuming fellow.
46 To open (poetical).
40 Sixth note in scale.
I Program For April 27.
(Silent Night Chicago)
. j KFDM, Beaumont (315.6) 9:30 vio-
Ilin. choir, soloists.
WEMC, Berrien Springs (285.5) 8:15
WEEI, Boston (475.0 ) 6 musicale;
• 6 :45 health talk; 7 AO. & P Gypsies, 8
' WOC, Davenport (silent).
KOA, Denver (322.4) 9 music; 9:10
W. W. J, Detrpit News (352.7) 7
■ News orchestra; 8 concert.
WHO, Des Moines (526) 7:30 bari
s tone, tenor;'B program; 11:15 organ.
WBAP, Fort Worth Star Telegram
, (475.9) 7:30 concert, cello; 9:30 Trail
> KTHS, Hot Springs Park (374.8) 8:30
concert; 9 concert; 10 trio ; 10:15 dance,
s KNX, Hollywood, (337) 8:30 vocal;
. 11 features; 12 dance. '
i KFWB, Hollywood (252 ) 8:30 instru
mental, vocal; 11 dance; 12 popular; 1
I a. m.. dance.
WOS, Jefferson City (440.9) 8 ad-
I dress, varied musicale.
WHB, Kansas City (365.6) 7 men
■ and boys’ hour.
WDAF, Kansas City Star (365.6) 6
; School of the Air; 6 Ivanhoe band, glee
club; 11:45 Merry Old Chief, frolic.
KFAB, Lincoln (240) 7:30 orchestra,
i warbler, saxophone, quartet.
KHJ, Los Angeles Times (405) 9
boys: 10 features.
, KFI, Los Angeles (468) 8:45 talk; 9
dance; 10 vocal; 11 vocal; 12 boys.
WHAD, Milwaukee (275) 8 dance.
I WHA, Madison (535.4 ) 7:45 insects,
i musicale pianist.
WMC, Memphis Commercial Appeal,
i (499.7 ) 7:30 farm talk; 8:30 orchestra.
WCCO, Minueapolis-St. Paul' (416.4)
8 talks; 8 :30 program ; 10 dance, popu
WEAF New, York (492) 6t15 program,
7:30 pianist, talk; 8 A & P Gypsies;
9 quartet; 9:30 orchestra. ■
WHN, New York (360) 6 storage bat
teries; 6:05 jlftbfte; 6:50, orchestra; 7
WBBR, New York (272.6) 7 soprano,
WJZ, New York (455) 6 orchestra; 7
Wall St. Journal review; 7 :45 American
ization day ; 8 glee club; 9 talk ; 9:10
WOR, Newark (405) 7:30 program;
8:30 studio party; 9:45 two man sing
WCAL, Northfield (338.9) 8:30 pro
gram; address; 11 organist, tenor.
KGO, Oakland (361.2)- 6 concert; 8
boys' day; 10 concert; 12 dance.
WOAW, Omaha (526) 6 advice to love
lorn; 0:45 program; 9 DeLuxe program.
KI)KA, Pittsburgh (309.1) 0:15 ad
.dress; 6:30 concert; 8:10 light opera.
WCAE, Pittsburgh (461.3) 6:30 bari
tone; 7 Gypsy; 9 concert.
KGW, Portland Oregonian (491.5) 8
KFOA, Pullman (455) 8:45 program;
. 10:30 program.
KFAE, Pullman (348.6) 9:30 vocal,
WIP, Philadelphia (508.2) 8:05 or
chestra ; 6 talk.
WOO, Philadelphia (508.2) 6:30 or
chestra; 7 recital; 9:03 recital; 9:80j
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Room 6, Maness Building ft
| I HPO, San Francisco (429.5) 9 orches
•fta; 10 organ; 11 program; 12 Am-
Schenectady (379.5) 6 concert,
KBD, St. Louis Post Dispatch (545,1)
7 music; 9 entertainers; 19 sopranfr;-!!
“So Bliggins spoke at the banquet last
night. What sort of a speaker is he?”
“Bliggins is one of those fellows who
start by saying they didn’t expert to be
called on, and then proceed to demon
strate that they can’t be called off."
“Would you like to go with me to the
apiary this afternoon 7”
“Yeg you dour bov I’ve nlwnvs nr i ft aj