The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania on July 8, 1953 · Page 13
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THE PAILY NEWS, HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 19S3. TURKEYS Freshly Dressed or Frozen GREEN'S RESTAURANT 306 7th St. Huntingdon Phone 159-J PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1953 At Starklesburg, Pa. Beginning, at 12:30 P, M. Th* Following Household Goods: Two walnut drop leaf tables, 8 bedroom suites, 1 piano, chest of drawers (antiques), dishes, many antiques, lamps, cooking utensils, double extension ladder*, heating stove, cook stove, wardrobe, rooking chairs and many article* too numerous to mention. Also (8) eight room house, and lot vtttl bo offered for sale. Termsl Personal Property— Cash Auction***i O. Mike Byers. Owner: Mrs. Jennie Snare Jamas' Creek, Pa. Calvin 4-H Meets Members of the Learn to Stitch 4-H Club of Calvin met In the home of Mre. Harold Roland on July 1. Thirteen members were present at this session, including the new member, Sharon Parks of Cassville. Presiding at the business session was the president, Shirley Roland, Minutes were read by the secretary and approved. Miss Jane Ifft, assistant home economics leader, was introduced to the girls. They also met Mlsa Rita Sullivan of State College, who • assisted with the meeting. The club will hold the next meeting on July 29, at 1:30 p. m l . in the home of Mrs. Harold Roland, local leader. ' Use The Daily News Want Ad« MUMTlHfiDOH BILLY'S 522-611 Washington St., Huntingdon A Complete Vacation af Tke Cape May, N. J. 300 Room* — Fireproof — Directly on Ocean Own Swimming Poo! . . .Tennis . . . Dancing... Surf Bar ... CocktailLounge . . . Bridge... Golf . . . Fishing . . . . . Theatres ig . . . Finest Food . . . Rates from $4.00 Single, $6.00 Double . . . American and European Plans . . . Capacity 600. Under Same Management Since 1940 Write for Literature. Phone Cape May 4-3411 Honored At Dinner JtK. AND MRS. JOHN HOLDEK Bicycling SILVER WEDDING CELEBRATED BY ORBISONIA COUPLE Ail Orbisonia couple, Mr. and Mrs. John Holden, celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary on June 20. In observance of this 26th anniversary a dinner was served in their honor by Mr. and Mrs. Al Hammer and staff. A delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings was served to the couple and their guests. Divine blessing- was invoked, by the Rev. David Allcorn and during the meal sacred music was played. Flowers for the ' table were furnished by Harry Fraker, and Mrs. Earl Long baked the lovely white wedding cake .which was cut by the bride and bridegroom of 25 years and served with the dessert. Attending the dinner were: The Rev. and Mrs. David AUcorn, Mrs. James Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holden, Miss Pamela Jacobs, Misa Dendra Hammer, and Mr. and Mrs. Holden, all of Orbisonia; Mr. and Mrs. Gilson Provard of Shlrleys- burg; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wagner and daughter Sharon of Mount Union. Mr. and Mrs. Holden also received a number of lovely gifts on this occasion. Subscribe for The Daily News. Five cents per copy. Use Tha Dally Newa Want Ads BERKSHIRE HOSE Siine's Corset Shop 721 Washington St, Union (Continued From First Page) who i« director of the European office of th.e CIO, and two other trade union officials. Before he left, Reuther told the United Press he plans to Sfte West Berlin Lord Mayor Ernst Reuter, confer with Allied authorities and visit campa of the refugees who have fled from East Germany. R&uther had invited him to xc to Berlin. Reuther said h« would at least make an attempt to get into Red- ruled East Berlin to see for himself what is going on there. Reuther hurried to Bromma Airport after telling the ICFTU that the organized labor movement in th« United States, representing 16,000,000 workers, is prepared to support an economic program which would meet the needs of peoples in other parts of the world. s PAttl THIRTEEN, Hollidaysburg Attorney Talks At Rotary Meet . A stlwJng- reminder that America's greatness stems from her God-dedicated documents the Declaration of Independence and U. S. Constitution was given Huntingdon Rotarians yesterday by Pat B. O'Leary of Hollidaysburg. O'Leary, past president of his own Rotary Club, was introduced to the club by Harold B. Brumbaugh. John Newcombe presided In the absence of the president. The speaker compared the French Revolution, with its basic tenets denying the existence of Almighty God, with the 'American Revolution which recognized that God had oreated all men. H« pointed out that America'* •high standard of living wa« only th« by-product of Ametfc&n democracy and not the and in itself. In America, we atill have inequi- tiea but -we should strive toward the goal of recognition of all men a« children of God regardless of oreed, «olor or birth. PERSONALS Mr». Harriet Powell of Germantown, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Nellie Robley of 722 Mifflin Street, who h&t just returned homa from the J. C. Blair Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Powell will remain here for an indefinite period of time to car« for Mrs. Robley. Miss Hope Rutter of 516 Penn Street? visited over the past weekend with her brother, John Rutter and family in :B«Uefonto. Subscribe for - The Daily News. C. M. STAPLETON CABDTET SHOP 908 Mifflin Street (Rear) Phone 1869-J or 811-R-12 Hot-weather meals perk right up with ice-cold Coke. Your family and friends welcome this famous combination.' Toke enough home today. WHITMAN and CANDY CUPBOARD Chocolate* From Our Refrigerated Cabinet PEDUZZI'S Mount Union I,EE Stnghound TIRES 11.95 0:00x16, plus tax and your old tire! Paul's Atlantic Service 7th & Penn Ph. 9905 Roofing — Spouting Warm Air Heating Sheet Metal Work SABATHNE'S Your Lennox Dealer Phone 168-1'v£?-1233 Mlfflin St. Call For Free Estimates Msten to "COKE TIME" \vith Eddla •Fisher and Don Amrchn WHUX Tues., Fri., 7:45 \VJAC-TV, Wed. A- Fri., 7:3{j "Cot«"" it o rtghtfrtd * UTHO " T¥ Of . HV », COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF ALTOONA Puchalla Bros. Mount -Union Member Economy Star** A Complete Line Of SUNBEAM Electrical Appliances • Toasters • Irons • Mixmasters • Coffee Makers • Waffle Makers FRUIT ptt CARNATION IMIIC GOiD Mf MO. FLOUR 55c Del Moiilf Crushed No. 2 can Ai Convenient ^Neighborhood Economy Stores spealc on patriotic subject in recognition of the Independence Day season. H« j» an attorney In Hollidaysburg. . tTst. Th« Daily News Want Ads Boiler-Stoker and Stoker Units DAVID STRAIT & SON 914 Mlfflin St. Huntingdon PUone 560-J SENATE APPROVES TEN-BILL PACKAGE Harrisburg, July 8.—A Senate approved 10-bill package aimed at remodeling the state's prison administrative procedure was reported to the House Tuesday by the Judiciary Committee. Th« administration - supported legislation includes bills to transfer .prison administration from the Welfare Department to the Department of Justice. All of the measures would make changes recommended by a committee headed toy Gen. Jacob L Devers (Ret). jubscribe for The Daily Newa. PRICE TOO HIGH COUNCIL AGREES Orillia, Ont., July 8, _ The City Council agreed by a. 8 to 2 vote Tuesday that ?125 was too mvich to spend for a specially printed copy of Stephen Leacock's "Sunshine Sketches" to give Queen Elizabeth II as a coronation present. Alderman John MacDonald said "some flunky In Buckingham Palace will put it away on the shelves and t doubt if 'Sunshine Sketches' will- see much sunshine." Treasury Report Washington, July 7. —Government expenses and receipts for the current fiscal year through July 3: Expenses, $981,848,770.21; ' receipts, $514,065,945.16; deficit, $467,782,825.05; cash balance, $4 783,686,693.38; public debt, $266,446,833,461.07; gold reserve, $22 • 437,854,569.48. A Judge say« on« woiry of parents is keeping youngsters out of autos. Another is keeping them in clothes. INSURANCE FOR tVERY NEED Swigart Associates, inc. Insurance BIdg, Huntingdon The IDEAL Garage 908 Mooro St., Huntingdon Phone 3196 Repair Work on all makes of Autos Wheel Balancing—Alignment Official Inspection Station All types of truck work, day and night service Perry Port, Red Jackson, Robert Weaverllng, Robert Graffuls. <P«ld Adr't.) WE REPEAT — "SO MANY OWf SO MUCH TO SUCH A FEW" - the word, of Wl«h>n Churchill in RECOGNIZING the Kind *« R 0ya | Force made during the Battle for Britain. •W. repeat these word, !„ RECOGNIZING the stand that the STRIKING members of Local No. 251 Q. C. E. G. C.-C.l.O. have taken in reform, need at the J. C. BLAIR HOSPITAL. The Hospital Administration admits that some of these reform, have been accomplished, however STILL REFUSES TO RECOGNIZE Local No. 251 G. C. E, G. C.-C.l.O. as the representative for Ht Non-Professional Worker,. THE ADMINISTRATION DOES NOT RECOGNIZE THEM — Wl DO — DO YOU ? ? ? ? ? Brotherhood of Painters, Paperhangers & Decorator* Local 130J ~^,.- American Federation of Labor J. R. Martin, Bu*. Mgr. Exclusive with.us! In Our Downstairs Store SUMMER REFRESHMENT! Gay sparkling geometric printed cotton . . . cooling refreshment for » hot Summer's day! So delightfully styled . . . with crisp pique accents, winged pocket cuffs, novelty rope-type belt, full sweeping skirt. • Excellent fit and workmanship! • Beautiful detailing! • Grey grounds with maize, aqua, rose pattern. • Sizes for misses, 12 to 20; and half-sizes \6Vi to 24J/2. 2.98 HUNTINGDON'S MOST BEAUTIFUL STORE SPECIAL VALUE! SPONGE RUBBER MATS 98* Ripple-vest cushion .mats, useful In the shower, in front of sink or Irotver, as kneeling pad or a-s machine »il«now. Non-skid w«iCfl« construct)on.

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