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Bridgeport Telegram, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1921, Bridgeport, Connecticut EIGHT THE BRIDGEPORT DECEMBER 20, 1921. A. BRANCHES PLANS FOR CHRISTMAS is to be a season of much interest In tho Y. W. C. and many plane are now The with a play given Sunday at tha headquarters on Colden Hill The little called the the story of the Christmas Spirit that was The together with and wander searching for tho Spirit and it by following n The star leads to the stable In Bethlehem and the scono there trayed was vory realistic and well Florence wan Hazel Mabel Pearl Beatrice Sylvia of and Miss D. Miss Romano and Miss S. the Three Wise Yesterday at tho Hill street Grade School Girl serves held a the noon the high school held a from until from until the Employed Girl Reserves told their own special and the International Service Center will hold a party for the an Women's at o'clock In the Then in the there will bo a Institute party given for all tho non-English This will take at 22. tho members of the branch will hold a Christmas party at thoir 00 December 29, at the Golden Hill street the High school will give a party from until On Christmas the members of the industrial Service Center will hold their party and On the following December 26, they will hold a 30, at tho International the childron will hold a with Old Santa Clans The party will be for both Christmas and On tho same members of the High school Girl Reserves will hold a nt tho Phyllis jey branch of tho Y. C. A. January 2, the Phyllis members a ro- from 4 until 10 of Movie MOORE'S DADDY C. H. father of ular Colleen hero tured with was born In Port In 1ST5. When his daughter Induced her mother to bring her to start upon her motion Mr. Morrison remarked that hn would not civo up his business interests and but await their curly Alter walling fur more than throe and his daughter rapidly climb the lad tier of be camn to Hollywood loin That was a little more a yea and hu gave up Ills other business except n of the James K. Ho is In asbestos near A political called on a family and asked to see the a said 1hu will seo Tho candidate waited a and called thought vour would sec Up hath seen answered the but Inasmuch ns ho liked not thy he hath gone Cardinal Manning was a ous and looked rohus day ho visited a certain cor vont In Thu lit 111 nn wan Merited to the She receive bis In and I glancing ut hla forn tbc hord yoi and yoi il A Week for the Best Titles in Sunday Post Caption Contest Hundreds are striving for it. I Why not t TRY WRITING A TITLE FOR THIS PICTURE k I m HAVER CO. TO REDUCE WORKING FORCES SATURDAY bourns the S. district court order this afternoon on null leal of Iho Shubort o -i Now Sheridan T. ene and filer oily of New I of Joseph d. Inspect William liro attorney and tho a lent from in Sow until a on a temporary IK foe Friday tit 10 scored another at night 3ho swept onward n the role In uw thn snappy of ho popular novel of tho same name by Robert was slvan tho role ot tho artist's who believes liat In mi- and falls in u of free love Tho y marked by n list between two for sion of tho Thoro ninny Chambers has worked into Wie In doesn't In to call n spado and yot thoro Is sug In any lino or tho man nl Hoy wore the wh nad the It to Tho and pal on by Director mid hi arc among the best 1'ei t what an the Is lo reproduce genuine lilts as tin is o. play tba will to bo Will's show of nil which found entertainment at Poll Is now on tho boards nt b street 1't would I to which ol II seven Is Ihc they all eoi to such a standard ut o. Alexander ami in liave playlet Ibal Is a from to Impersonations Al Curd and other no extremely tuneful anil to thf and have a novelty aero- act is vory funny and Van n school teacher and hnr pupil an that lern with Marion Iho little Is an adapt at singins nnd and Gay who opun the show give It a with most graceful nnd original acrobatic seen In In of 1-lte" till fifteen with Intensive William S. Hart In n of love is a typical Mint U and to the lust Mary in a New CHRISTMAS PARTIES FOR TWO SOCIETIES END 1921 PROGRAM Is scon horn as tie Lord tho role she is playing in a new movie MOST FAMOUS OF IS DEAD Two ot closed I ac for with parties They were in Art ami the Tbe Art which loin nl the was unusually Mrs. Samuel W. I of program lor Hie allci which opened with enrol Ing by the league Therp were solos by Kish Mrs nnd I Two of Grace pie Stein Wive h clover of a. Poor Old Christmas Dolls nre seven of s led by Lorraine Ward iw the dance of the and Doris was added to the by Miss Jesslo told fairy Another feature n Hiy Mrs. John Brooks told the of evolution of most moiler i- Christmas tree nnd hnr story with tho tree nt the tho lea ami Christmas cakes were College club parly took .it lile Mrs. Philip and i fifty and sixty members wore Thorn wan program of carols several entertaining readings b- K. everyone ended The Mercor 1'hlll'1 Edward Mlf Dorothy and Miss You'd better go on a PRISCILLA DEAN in doesn't lift you out of your You're too The Jam of Logs fh River Scene Is No More Sensa- tional Than the Jam Film Lovers at the Door of THEATRE JAPS WANT TOBACCO MONOPOLY IN SIBERIA See it NOW Together with big VAUDEVILLE Coming Thurs. Reginald Ada one of the best known actresses on the American stage nearly a century died yesterday nt the home for actors at Phe was Miss supported Jn later she appeared with he Paly company and In he Boston museum stock REALTY RECORDS such n motion picture so In character with so many thunderous so many situations such a scries of startling that a time which will convey subject's could hardly IIP Such a ture Is Dean a thousands now at tho 1'lana You'll see the eruption a volcano of logs crashing down tin river the whole course of that rive your very H I too to review In 11. lev simple words Id It tn like over buon and nn all slur Inter Quit Claim n. to David nick SO TIP Title Guaranty nnd company to Wary E. Dec. Chosen a has offered Siberian nn in- of lerold rubles In payment for a. tobacco n concession tobacco in and privilege of tobacco farms In Amur Tho arrived home in n state of been and pono and lost why on earth didn't you speak to a you silly asked tbe dis- answered tho ANNIVERSARY WEEK 7. Big Smashing AcU Now Marion Brinn George Alexander Co. Iu lUlly Stephen Van Dyke of Record An with Frank Co. Frank In low King In NEWS S. HART in Word STORY of mill TUB A WOMAN IN Ami six forking Most Art JH Vaudeville SATURDAY Will in Unwilling Kllo The to I be Bank nnd Trust HO to 9.1 Adam Bva J. to City Savings Jl The M. Jennings company nnd W. 2f, tbe roles of fled Hnok hv Stone offers a wood talc Vnn Lewis ami In Tho also Oilier aJl completed b SOME OF CITY'S WEARING IT'S HERE Twice Daily At Popular Prices THE COMMON LAW By Robert W. IS MARRIAGE NOTHING BUT A I Above It printed in The Sunday It needs a title to describe it. For beat titie submitted for The Sunday Post is going to pay content is open to save employes of the Post Publishing Age or occupation will bar write yow title on the back of a post card and mail to the Title Editor of The Sunday 140 Middle street week's contest Thursday Another wiD begin Follow the title contest in The Sunday Post Although another as the thai in Ihn front many Iho of out yf i lie so to and limy he soon Iu the halls of mil a menu pair ot misplaced eve petit mustache ban also been up a bit present many men may ini ween running wild on the streets nf with In oven though they weren't an In World I hero a now In existence In city It does not mean ibis I ho In some It that the Is work and Is ii feeble lo look Leading scientists Bridgeport of Ihn lire at a loss to original Inn ut and what their real purpose in would undoubtedly advance Iho theory ot to in thoir If ho for tho of fi take Iho of for Hie most bung down and Idly in tho n cnv young to with man will a pair of In to inako Iho old bo htin money In the but even this bus been known to an explanation this In appropriate for who are become confused tho lerm and thn ancient which In yearn adorned the faces mir The In Hie nnd up lo a and o o liven Mr. Webster Failed to Find Enough adjectives to Describe the Superlative Quality of This William Fox WILLIAM FARNUM in In Which Mr. Farnum Role of His Story In AND HIPPODROME TWO FEATURES BIG DOUBLE FEATURE CHARLES CHAPLIN in ii 111 A lowest of hair on the side of n. bend Tills portion of. hair which Lo roach down from I bo bend to loin with Iho on side of the wan commonly referred lo us The the turies thai it been In lias been a subject of abuse hy have uncovered written In ancient early IIH years plainly Indicate that mustaches In early were lo as Back IIRO when a man could slill obtain a Rlass of beer in the States arrested breach nt the or trading It was a of distinction lo out with a. bit of funni merrily to 11 lint Iho few years mustache bus more or less reason iminy men have with them tlie lime the out as I but been taxed by stine or federal Tbe mustache really became most Hie laic Nearly all tho second lieutenants in Hie United Stales who could accomplish I bo feat raised Thorn has been much speculation as to the cause behind this Koneral the consensus or opinion was that in some canes It made them look theory much the but has been to boys when interviewed ill. the American Lesion last the II Kave the H place lo Several other be said renaming mustaches ii hindrance to a class but nci Hie French never minded them little bo said tills STRAND TODAY EDITH ROBERTS In Ilic OPEN SHUTTERS A of and EMPIRE THEATRE TODAY AND WEDNESDAY Katherine Mac Donald Your of Folly new COMING THURSDAY NIGHT THE CASINO MARK ORCHESTRA TONIGHT SKATING It Makes You Graceful AT ARMORY USUAL AT THE FARM Dancing Every Sat. Admission 40c, Inc. Tax LIBERTY TATK ST. MAT. 7 LIONEL BARRYMORE III JIM THE PENMAN hi 7 Acts Extra Comedy in 2 Acts ELITE Main St. N. LEARN TO DANCE or Dully 133 Central 8-19 Avu Afternoon Tel. 1636. TOM MOORE in IN It's HIM or too to lo Tom ill lij WEST TONIGHT Henry B. MARY An absorbing tale of lov I treachery and amid the of and slums of DANCE and BASKET BALI ot Conn. Vets of Foreign Wa TOMORROW NIGHT THE Including FOLLOW THE
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