ONORS AWARDED BLAIRJTUDENTS i Participate In Those JDcmferred for Scholastic Attainment at Pennsylvania v State College. SfrATE COLLEGE. May 2.—Fifty- Miree of the sixty-seven counties tn lh« : state were represented when 251 (Indents at the Pennsylvania State Allege received nwnrds for .scholastic Attainment in (lie twelfth annual 4^h6lArsh!p day ceremonies, During ,%he; exercises last night in Srlnvab itorlum, two sophomores, twins, hh Scott Williams and Robert infield Williams, were presented to- fkUher as recipients of Honor Society <".ouhc.il medals. The speaker of the fvehing, Dr. William H. Crawford, preitdent emeritus of Allegheny col- fcge, was introduced by Dr. Ralph D. Hetkel, president of Penn State. < President Hetzel had the pleasure of •eeingr his son, Ralph Dorn Hetzcl. Jr.. a. freshman in the institution. .presented an Honor Society council Scholarship medal, and hear his name Jead as a member of Phi Eta Sigma, ijreshman honorary fraternity. , Students from Blair county to win Awards were: Milton M. Bryan. Al- Voona, Xt Sigma Pi. forestry; Anne Eifler. Altoona. Omicron Nu. home •conomies; Hose Anna. Barr, Tyrone, Sigma Pi Sigma, physics: Janice L. tfauffman, Altoona, Simmons award, German: Phi Kappa Phi. Steven A. Adlcr. Altoona. Eta Kappa Nu. electrical engineering; Helen Frances •Faust, Altoona, education: Mary Bertha Fuoss. Altoona. Phi Kappi 1?M, and Kenneth V. Goodman, Al- tbona, Gamma Sigma Delta, agriculture. • The highest number of awards won B\' any student went to Matthey Mc- neary of Philadelphia, a student in tn'e: school of engineering. He was dhvarded '.an Honor Society council Scholarship medal, the Chi Epsilon wward, Sigma Tan medal, Tau Beta yi: sophomore prize, and the Penn fl[tate engineer scholarship cup. j.Three scholarships offered by the State Federation of Pennsylvania Women were awarded to E. Louise tjpffeditz of York, who also won the 9« Freedman Sleeker scholarship in mathematics, Helen Louise Mar- ipiardt of State College and Mildred Settle of Uniontown. f H E A L • t 0 0 K A M 1 & R Oft. • A V To Attempt Flight Across the Pacific llnllt In absolute secrecy, thin frlnnl Kmsco "fl.vlng; wlnjr" will take off from Toltin, Japun, soon for Tncomn, Wash., In an attempt to make the first trans-Pacific flight to the United Slates, It U announced In I>os Angclfn, where It was constructed. Charles !'. Korhovlllr, center, who Hew Com- mander Donald McMillan In the Arctic In 1925, will be the .pilot and will bo accompanied by a navigator. This odd-looking ship Is 80 feet wide and 35 feet long, has a speed of 145 miles an hour, carries 815 gallons of gns and can remain in the air 70 hours without refueling, Its designers claim. LINDBERGH TAKES OFF WITH AIRMAIL (By United Press.) MIAMI. Fla.. May 2.—Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh resumed his flight to the United States with South American mail which he took off from Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua, at 5.55 a. m. tflday, the Pan-American Airways radio station here was advised. Lindbergh, flying a Sikorsky amphibian plane of the Pan-American Airways, hopped off from Puerto Cabezas for Havana where he will pause forty- fiye minutes and fly here late today. The flight today will complete the opening of the Pan-American's new weekly airmail service between the United States and Argentina. Colonel Lindbergh piloted the plane carrying the first southbound mail from here to Cristobal. C. Z., last Saturday, and after a three-day rest in the Canal Zone, picked up the lirst northbound mail yesterday and took it to Puerto I Cabezas. He arrived there at noon and spent the night'. The communications department of Pan-American received the following message, sent by Denicke as" the'am- phibian plane was speeding over the Caribbean sea this morning: "Well, we beat the sun Into the air this morning. Left Puerto Cabezas at 5.55 a. m., E. S. T. There Is now rain and broken clouds ahead. Looks like we will be rained on before we reach Havana, Cuba, our next stop. We have 211 pounds of mail on board and about three pounds of lunch. "Our course is magnetic 13 degrees, which is taking us over the lagoon- dotted coast to Cape Gracias A Dioa. The sun is just rising now, and makes a pretty sight with slanting rays reflected in small lakes along the course." The message was signed by Denicke. DOUBLE-HEADER EGG. GREENVILLE, Ind., May 2.—Roy Stevens, Greenville farmer, received but one egg from his flock at seventy- five chickens, but it measured eight by seven and one-half inches in circumference, had a double yoke and a shell within a shell. HISTORICAL SOCIETY TO SPEND MUCH MONEY PITTSBURGH, May 2.—Improvements costing approximately $100.000 for the completion of Historical Hall in the Schenley farm gr»up of public buildings has been authorized by the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania at its annual meeting. Officers elected included William H. Stevenson, reelected president for the nineteenth consecutive term; Omar S. Decker, General A. J. Logan, Judge A. B. Reid, Albert A. Home, vice presidents; John B. Potter, treasurer; Emma D. Poole, librarian; and Robert Garland, Thomas S. Brown, Benjamin Thaw, J. A. Henderson and C. W. Dahlinger, directors. KUNAWAY JS ARRESTKD. Joseph O'Hara, aged 17, of 118 William street, Bellvllle, N. J., was arrested at Eleventh avenue and Twelfth street by Sergeant C. B. Campbell at 8.30 o'clock last night, upon receipt o£ a request from his father. The youth is said to be a runaway. The father will come to Altoona today and take the boy back to his home. [UNITED FURNITURE CO., 1105 Sixteenth Street! Beauty and Savings Are Yours When You Buy America's Finest Furniture. Our furniture, designed to produce beauty and charm in your home, can be had at great savings on every item. Below are priced just a few of many equally worthwhile economies. 1 Roman Bench Finiihed in mahoga- S-J ny with leatherette teat. I Luxurious Mohair Suite Your living room will be s'o cosy and comfortable . . . so •mart and modern ... If you choose this outfit. Note the graceful styling, the smart tufting, the big generous linen of each full slie piece. Very high In quality, very low in price. 21O .OO Electric Iron Uncondltl o n a 1 I y Kiinrantced. Complete, ivllli plug- and cnrij. $1.50 Woven Fiber Suites These woven liber suilfh are good look- liif, Hell built and comfortable. Handsomely ttyle«l In a wide choice of colors. $ Special Chippendale Mirror S I 7. e KUM Inched. l''ln- I H h c (I I n m a h ugany. I'luto (fluss. One t o u cust o m o r. N o I e I c, phone or C. U. U. orders m 9-piece Dining Suite This lovely walnut veneered suite consist!, of China, . HiifTel, Extension Table and six •fucquard Seat (hairs. A graceful suite of unusually tine construction. III lit MJ I at In L This Smart Bedroom SET 149 .OO A inigln,. ".lie walnut bedroom suite at tmall coat. Bed, Dresser, Vanity and choice of Cheat or Chffforobc. All pieces are full size, duMproof, with 1'renoh plate mirrors. Note the beautifully matched graining of these pieces ... an unusually rich, artistic effect Is produced. A value. like this defies competition. Trade in your old furniture and stoves for new. Liberal cash allowance. UNITED FURNITURE CO AIJX JvKTlftKU 1105-07 Sixteenth Street Just Off Eleventh (ASH Oil ltNULI TfcllMS NOTABLE CITIZENS ARE CELEBRATING Philip H, Brldenbaugh, long one of Blair county's outstanding citizens is today celebrating his 79th nata anniversary. Mr. Bridenbaug-h was long the steward of the county alms house and then he served for a num her of years as a member of the board of directors of the poor. In this service he became very widely known. A native of the county, Mr. Brlden- baugh in his earlier years was engaged In educational work at Mar- tlnsburg where he still resides. The present generation may not be aware of the fact that for a. number ol years In the 80s he conducted an Indian training school in the old Juniata collegiate building across the street from the Memorial park in Martinsburg. During this period he had quite a largo number of young Indians in training there. Today is also the birthday anni versary of Mount Union's grand old man, Thomas A. Appleby. He is 87 today. His health has been very much impaired recently and his many friends join In wishing him a complete restoration. William H. Carper of Roaring Spring and Russell C. Sell of .the city police department are also celebrating their respective natal days today. MISS IIEYNOMJS 11KIDK. HUNTINGDON, May 2.—Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Reynolds, Taylor Highlands, Huntingdon, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Reba Reynolds, to Rev. J. T. T. Cummings on April 21, in Williamsport, Md., where the ceremony was performed by Rev. R. CT Wheeler of the Methodist church. The bride is a graduate of the Huntingdon High school in the clas of 1929. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Cummings of Shamokin and ia a graduate of the Dickinson seminary in the class of 1927 and is now attending Juniata college. Rev. and Mrs. Gurnrnliigs will make their home at Burnt Cabins where the bridegroom \t pastor of the Methodist church. PREPARE TJ5NN1S COURTS. Work was started today by highway bureau employes on the Improvement of the municipal tennis courts They are located on the Altoona hospital grounds, Howard • avenue and Seventh street; at Memorial park, Juniata; at Beale avenue and Twenty- ninth street, and at the Baker school building, Elyswen. They will be scraped, leveled, rolled and marked. Plate* Low At $15 Have your decayed teeth taken out with sleep air; one minute and they are out. No pain, no meedle, no sore gums. Plates repaired or tightened while you wait. DR. STETLER, 4th fldor Goldnchmld Rid*., 11th Ave. nnd I2lh Ht. NEW BARGAINS Every Day At (ul Rale Shoe Store MI3 Uth Ave. ^LIBERAL Credit Clothing Co 1507-11* AVENUE Lawn Grass Seed The very best, the kind that grows, free of weeds. W. H. GOODFELLOW SONS 1310 Eleventh Avenue $tt£Att CtfeAN, JMIY • WrM' should be shorn \^heh the 8h«t>p are dry, and the floor should be clean. It'A 6est to tie each fleece separately And then store the wpols Where It la dry. Most, of the growers in the state use the wool pool for marketing their product. KOCH & TOOLS J516 12th Ave. . :JL New Shipment of Shadow Lamp*, $1 EA. Bronze and Green Finish Let Us Install The New Westinghouse Automatic Electric Range In Your Home Now Only 1C Down Only Takes Ten Minutes of Your Time to Cook ft Meal in the "Flavor Zone" Oven For Your Old Range ANV KIND—ANY MAKE; Allowed on the purchase of a new Westinghouse DEMONSTRATIONS DAILY Penn Centra k 9KT.GRANT at GRANT'S National Child Health Week is devoted to children's needs Grant's part in this important national event is to'show how you can assemble a complete layette of exquisite baby things at tremendous savings. Layette For The New Arrival 3 Flannelette Binders ea. 19c 3 "Elf" Brand Infants' Shirts ea. SOc 3 Flannelette Gertrudes ea. SOc 2 Flannelette Wrappers. , ea. SOc 3 Flannelette Gowns with drawstring bottom, ea. SOc 2 pr. Boottees ca. SOc J Rubber Sheet ea. 39c 3 Short White Dresses ca. SOc 2 Short White Gertrudes ca. SOc 2 Rubber Crib Sheets ca. 39c 2 Quilted Pads ca. 39c 2 Dz. Birdseye Diapers, 24 in. x 24 in dz. $1.18 2 Bibs ea. 25c Here you have a model layette of 30 necessary and correct pieces which you can buy from time to time, or all together for less than $15.00. Clothes for Youngsters - 2 to 6 years "Youth is the Strength of America. Make American Youth Strong." 39* which seem to be outgrown . faster than will ease the strain on the family budget. For Boys Waistsidts French Leg Style, of Nainsook. Jack •<>• lantern Socks In many color combinations. Oxfords Of Sturdy Leather. Sizes 8-2. Wash Suits Fast Color Materials in Sailor and other Styles. ud'in-alls Overall Cluili Hats For Baby Boys. 79. 59 C you can buy them—Grant's low prices For Girls Combinations Of Fine Quality Rayon. Socks or Anklets In Assorted Colored Stripes, pr. Voile Dresses Dainty Pastel Shades. Sweaters Slipover Styles, in New Spring Patterns. One-Strap Pumps Of Patent Leather. pair. For your "Grown-Up" Babies - 7 to 14 Years If it isn't shoes they need, it's a dress, stockings, or perhaps a blouse. There's, always something to be bought—and there's always a good reason for buying at Grant's—you'll get it for less! New Spring Ties Caps Non-breakable vi« For Boya Union Suits Of Fine Nainsook. Golf Socks With Long Wearing QuaJitie*. Oxfords Made of Sturdy Leather. pr. Percale Blouses Fast Color, cut full. Knickers of Attractive Suidnga. Shirts Fur tlu> younger bo> . Belts Of Grained Leather. 59? •I 69o 25* For Girls Rayon Bloomers Rayon Vests Launder excellently. Socks In Assorted Colon. Sweaters Good Looking Slipover Styles. Dresses 50* 39« XO« Oxfords T;m in $ 1.OO P r 59. WT. GRANT GO. mm 25g_5Of and ^00 Department Stores Tliv.->c have the: li;inl nil' I XT soles ;iinl will \\T;I like iron. ri F o t- V I4M-I414 Eleventh Ave.
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