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ttf»l Blanks of All Kind* Can Be Obtained , • In the Altoona Mirror's Businea* Office 20 If. MARRIAGE EEOORD, ' KKKS—MYKTIS Kenneth Ij, Rrcs, former student of thfl University of Nevmla In the cln M and Mary C. Myers of Bellwood Worn united in intirritigo on March £5 ftt the Baptist church, Tteno, Nev. Rev. BrcWKter Adams officiated. Th< attendants were Dr. and Mrs. Ceilings. The ceremony was witnessed by members of the 'inimodiiite families. Mr. Ittees IB now attending tlie University of California fit Berkeley where ho and his bride will make their home, DEATH RECORD. MRS. MAGU1E THOMAS WJTe of Jordon Thomas, died nt the home in Henrietta yesterday morning 1 nt 4,12 o'clock, death being attributed to pneumonia. Sim wns the d;ilighter nt Mr. and Mrs. Christian Oaltes, deceased, and wns born nt Clover Creek June 25, '3801, She is survived by one brother, Fred Oiikcs of Miirtinsbiirg, and one Bister, Mrs. William Hughes of Henrietta, R. P. D. NU. 1. She is also survived by her husband and these children: parry Thomas of South Pork, Berlo Thomas of Johnstown, Mrs. Albert Parker and Christian Thomas of Lewistown, Mrs. Thomas Bburdoas and Mrs. George Bourdess of South Fork and Mrs. John James and Robert Thomas o£ Stafford, Indiana county. She is also survived by forty grandchildren and nine great- grandchildren. She iva.3 a member of Hie Reformed church. JTimernl services in charge of. Rev. E. F. Sipes will be conducted in the Henrietta Reformed church Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in tho Brumbaugh cemetery at Frederickaburg. M. CLARENCE COC1IHAN -Died at his home, 3948 Fifth avenue, at 11.30 o'clock Saturday night after one day's illness. He was born at Wadeaville, W. Va., May 10, 1873, a Hon of James and Mary Cochran. He had been employed as a salesman locally for a number of years. Surviving ate his wife, Mrs. Henriett 'Cpchran, one eon, William, one daugl ter,. Itfrs. Elsie Thompson of For Washington, Long Island; thre brothers, Homer, of Wadesvillo, an Alexander and Floyd, of Akron, O. H Was a member of Mt. Olivet lodge, 3, A. F. and A. M.; Jerusalem chap ter, No. 3, -R. A. M.; Calvary co mandry, No.' 3, K. T., Parker.sburg, W Va Goodman circle, No. 434, P. H. C Altoona, and Ben Hur lodge, Eas Liverpool, O. Funeral services will b held at the late home at 2.30 o'cloc tomorrow afternoon with Rev. R. L .Hallett, pastor of the Llyswen Presby terlan church, officiating. Intermen will be made in Rose Hill cemetery Masonic, services will also be held. BIBS. ISABEI, FREDERICK Aged M, wife of David E. Frederick of Sinking valley, died at her home at 12.60 o'clock yesterday morning o the effects of a stroke of paralysis suffered some time ago. Surviving ari her husband, five sons, Charles ant Harvey at home, John and Howard of Sinking valley, and Harris, of South Altoona; four daughters, Nancy, at WOMEN'S MEETING AT THIRD CHURCH Sixth Annual Session of Missionary Society of Huntingdon Presbytery Will Open Here Tomorrow, Tho program Is complete for the ixlh annuiil meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the Huntingdon presbytery to be held tomorrow and Wednesday at the Third Presbyterian church in this city. Mrs. Mary W. Newlin of Franklin :Iie, president, will- preside at all issions and the meeting 1 will iton- 2nc nt 2.30 tomorrow afternoon following devotions, Mrs. W. L. Mc- Chirc, wife of the pastor, will welcome the guests and the response will )e made by Mrs. J. M. Ewing. Among other speakers of the afternoon vill bo Mrs. S. M. Irvin, Mrs. A. M. Va'gner, Mrs. Alexander Dunsmore, Gertrude Schultz, Mrs, T. Staccy Capers, Miss Elizabeth Hemphill, Mrs. T. C. Wolfe and Miss Eva L. Smaw- cy. i Supper will be served to the dele- fates at the church free of charge. Visitors will be charged for the meal. In the evening Mrs. Helen Dillen will open the session with an organ recital. Rev. Dr. McClure will be in charge of the worship service and the speakers will be Miss Mary Corbett and Miss Gertrude Schultz. The young people of the church will present a pageant, "Serving Two Masters." Wednesday . morning Mrs. J. M. Laurie and Mrs. N. S. Bowers, secretaries for literature and missionary education, will speak and will be followed by Miss Corbett. Mrs. O. H. Travis, secretary for national missions and overseas hospital service, will talk, and the treasurers, Mrs. T. C. Jackson and Mrs. J. M. Stroup, will report. Departmental conferences Including the Women's societies and the j'oung people will be discussed by Mrs. E. E. Sanford and Mrs. H. E. Wolfe. ' Following luncheon the concluding session will open at 1.30, and Miss Smawley and Miss Schultz will be the speakers and will give the closing addresses. The officers of the society are as follows: President, Mrs. Mary W. Newlin; associate • president, Mrs. Samuel Barber, Bellwood; recording secretary, Mrs. Mary K. GifCord, Mount Union; corresponding secretary, Mrs. S. M. Irvin, Tyrone; treasurer oC foreign missions, Mrs. Theodore C. Jackson, Philipsburg; treasurer of national missions, Mrs. J, M. Stroup, Lewiatown; treasurer of contingent fund, Mrs. Samuel Barber. The vice presidents are: Miss Anna McCoy, Beliefonte; Miss Mary Patton, Hollidaysburg; Mrs. Alexander Dunsmore, Curwensvllle; Mrs. O. H.. ALTOONA, PA., MONDAY Mirror's For Paid Daily distribution as follows: 5 (1 7 S 9 10 30,052 '30,713. 29,318 29,369 29,919 29,297 29,973 29.563 >2S,04S 12 13 ...... 1* 15 16 17 19 20 si Total number for March, 1928.. 'Less service and unpaid Average daily paid increase Sworn and subscribed before ADA E.,. REYNOLDS. .Notary Public. . i My Commission BEV< JOH.V W. TROT. CRUSADE OPENED AT 1ST BAPTIST Nine hundred and fifty people'crowd- ed into the First Baptist church of this city last evening for the opening serylce of the evangelistic crusade being conducted by Evangelist Rev. John W. Troy of Winona Lake, Ind. Mr. Troy preached at the morning service on "prayer" stressing in his message to the Christians the reasonableness and nobility of prayer. He said, "If God has given to the human mind the ability to so adjust delicate instruments that the human voice heard in this auditorium by people here assembled can also be heard hundreds and thousands of miles away by other people, then who shall deny that the prayer uttered by a needy WAKING'S OKCHESTRA JWILL GO TO FRANCE • It is announced that Waring'B Penn sylvaniaa, famous dance orchestra has accepted an .offer Tor a three months engagement to appear at th des Ambaesadeurs in Paris, to star May 10. Official word that Warlhg's Penn aylvaniana wilt make their appear ance in the French capital is of mor than ordinary interest In Blair coun ty because of the .fact that Fred War ing, leader of the orchestra; Tom Waring-, the pianist, and several othe members of the organization reside 1: Tyrone. Waring'3 PennsyIranians were chos en by Edmund Sayag, the owner o the fashionable French cafe, as Amer ica'a leading orchestra.. Members o Waring'e orchestra will sail from New York on the He de France on April 25 It is expected that Fred Waring-, hi brother, Tom, and other Tyrone younj men in the orchestra will visit thei home folks prior to saillngf. ROSELAWN BENEFIT IS

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  2. 02 Apr 1928, Mon,
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