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THE ALTOONA MIRROR-SATURDAY, NOVEMSftft 2, 1920 X NEWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING TOWNS HOLLIDAYSBURG The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. , Church of the Brethren —Preaching Stewart was the .scene of a jolly gath-| at 10.W and at 7« p. m Morning, sub- DUNGANSVILLE ject, "God Speaks." Evening subjecl, "Give God a Chance." Sunday school at 9.45. Christian Endeavor at 7, under the direction of Mrs. Davis. Rev. Stauffcr of Huntingdon will be the speaker both morning and evening. A special invitation Is extended to meet with us In these services. First Baptist, Dr. J. S. Bromley, pastor—Worship and sermon at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday school at 9.45 a. in. Judson Bible class at 9.45 a. m. Tile Christian Endeavor society at 6.3u p. m. Monday evening, Knights of King Arthur at 7. Wednesday evening, prayer service at 7.30 p. m. Morning subject by the Rev. James Jewell of Pittsburgh. Evening subject, "The Problem of Suffering." Communion at the close of the morning f.ervlce. The evening sermon will be the second In the series on the book C. M. Stewart and Jane and Jackie of Job. Strangers receive a cordial cilng on Saturday evening when their sun Rodger entertained a few of his friends at a Hallowe'en party. They afl came attired in masquerade outflU mid wore masked. The evening was •spent In games, music and dancing. After which delicious rcfrcsnments vere served, consisting of ginger bread nnd eider and many other things. Ml.ss Helen Bottomflcld won first prize. 1 Those present were Jane Feathers, Alma Mentzer, Agues Bice. Margaret Simpson. Bertha Hae Tree.se, Helen Uottomlleld. Marjorle Bottomfleld Lucille Kains, Mary Miller, Iva Stewart, Lovell Hunter, George Bine. Raymond Ma lone, Theodore Myers, John Suckling, Calvin Hughes. P.nire. Housman, Harold Rhodes, Milton Stewart, Billy Miller, Rodgers Stewart, Mr. and .'Irs. William Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart. welcome. . St. John's Reformed. Rev. Frederick | Chiircn of God, Rev. J. E. Strine, IX Eystcr, pastor— Sunday school at. j pastor—Sunday school at 9. 45 a. m. 0 JO a. m. Public worship at 10.M u. j Public worship and .preaohing services with sermon by the pat-tor. The | at 10.45 a. m., with sermon by the pas- r.iid-wcck prayer .services will !»• held on Wednesday livening at TAti o'clock. In chnri.'e of the pustor. An important meeting of the official hoard » :;i be held on Wednesday evening n' 8.30 o'clock In the church. The i .ithly business meeting and social 01 the Ladles' Aid society will be held on Wednesday evening at 8.30 o'clock In the enterlalnme'Til room of the church. Walter V. Moore and his sister Miss I'^lcn A. Moore of Mudcru are being ontortnlnec'i over the week-end at tliu residence of their brother Thomas H. Moore, In Scotch valley., First Presbyterian, Rev. T. Stucey Capers, pawUn Sunday school at 9.45 a. m., with Bethany Bible class for Indies and Men's service club for men. Public worship at 11 a. in., with sermon by the pastor. Tho Presbyterian nlsBlon school will be held on Sunday rvenlng at 7 o'clock. Hcv. C. H. Yer- l;cs, H. D., u returned Presbyterian inls-ilonary from the China mission flpld. will teach the men's class at the school and will also give an address on. China In the main auditorium at 7.4E. Tho mid-week prayer services will be held on Wednesday evening at ;7.30 o'clock in charge of the pastor. A. M. E. Zlon. Georse 15. London, pastor—Preaching at (i.30 p. m. by the pastor., Evening subject, "A 7jaw tor. Sermon subject, "Lengthening and Strengthening." Senior Christian Endeavor meeting at 0.30 p. m. Put>- llc worship and sermon at 7.30 p. m., with sermon by the pastor. Sermon tnibjcct, "Bringing Up the Supplies." The regular mid-week prayer services will be held on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, In charge of the pastor SSIotr Lutheran, Rev. M. Stanley Kemp, D. D., pastor—0.40 a. m., Sun- The Hallowe'en fun fete sponsored by Hicks Memorial Methodist Sunday school class No. 3, Mrs. C. G. Shaffer, ' Members of Tyrone Lodge, No. 25, teacher, and held Thursday evening I TYRONE In the social hall of the church was one of the current Hallowe'en sea- Order of Moose, and especially candidates who are to be Initiated under the present open charter are son's most elaborate -functions. The ' reminded of the meeting Wednesday affair was for the members of the | evening, Nov. 6, when Hon. Albert class, their husbands and a number I H Ladner j r supreme dictator of of inv ted guests and was largely attended. It was a masquerade party the world, will be here In person and and a wide variety of costumes were in evidence ranging from original creations of beauty to the more humorous kind. • There were a great conduct the initiatory degree work. Hon. John Duplex of Pittsburgh, who was recently appointed supervisor of guests was most attractively decorated for the event and with the carefully arranged amusement program the committee had planned, combined to give a real Hallowe'en atmosphere to the affair. As the program neared a close, a delicious menu of seasonable delicacies, likewise appropriate to the occasion, was served. The event was voted one of the most delightful In the history of the class. Dewey Brawley of New Portage Junction spent the opening day of the 1929 hunting season gunning in the Petersburg region of Huntingdon county. Thomas Noel" and family of Hlxton, north of Duncansvllle, were recent'vis- itors with relatives at Portage and Johnstown. Tho flood stage attained by Blair's creek on Tuesday of last week resulted in considerable damage to the property of Mrs. Elizabeth Adams day school. A department for every j near the bridge on Fourth avenue " ' near Eleventh street, It has been found since the water had dropped to near [>ge. Kindergarten for children between the ages of two nnd four. 10 a. m., Men's Brotherhood Bfble class. Meets In the church room. All men cordially welcome. 11 a. m., Church services. S e r m o n, "What Jesus Thought of God." 8.30 p. m., Christian Endeavor services. Topic, "Making thg Body Fit for a House of God," leader, Betty Kemp, (Consecration meeting). 7.30 p. m., Vesper services. Sermon, "The Woman Thou Gavest Me." Fifth m rmon on social subjects. Monday, 7.30 p. m., Meeting of church council. Wednesday, 7.30 p. m., Church night services. Gospel Mission. 304 Bedford street— Public worship and preaching services at 11 a. m., In charge of the mission superintendent, L. J. Grayblll. Mr. Grayblll will bring one of a special series of sermons on the subject, Obeyed by God and Mun." Sunday I "Christian Walk In the Book of school at 10 a. m. .,flo\y Trinity Enl.scopal, Rev. Albion H.. ROBS, rector—Church school nt 9.45 a,,m. Holy communion and sermon at 11 a. m. Monday, Nov. 4, a,t 2 p. m., meeting of tho Guild with Mrs. Walter Jones. FOR RUNT—Six room house, nfl conveniences, 512 Mulberry SI. Adv. l''nr nervier, HiitlKfiirtloii nnd Having •in'' (flamiCR, HCC Dr. \V. C'.' lirninnn, Fny '"''•;.. npponltr Court House. Adv. VOTK KOIt JAMES S. MUNDORFF ron •Assessor of Second Ward , . Adv. LYRIC "STATE STREET SADIE," with Con rod Nngle, Myrna Loy, William • r ItURKel and (Jeorjtc. Stone. Comedy, "Flylnf Cop*." Open 3 I 1 . M. Its normal stage. The creek at this point curves and to protect the Adams property a log cribbing was erected some years ago and filled with large stones. Recent high waters noticeably weakened the cribbing, but it remained for last week's high stage to complete the damage. It has been found that all of the logs with the exception of a couple were carried down stream, while many of the stones were rolled away also. No decision has been reached as what will be PhlllplnnH." Sunday school at 2.30 in Lhe afternoon. At this session -the Christian and <Mlnftlanary Alliance quartet of Altoona will present a musical program. An evangelistic serv Ice will be held at 7 p. m., in charge of Superintendent L. J. Grayblll. At this service the' Evans trio of Altoona will sing. At the regular mld-wec'k prayer services on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, tho superintendent will con-. - tinuo his special series of chart lee-1 and MrB - Heilmeier were wedded a tureH on the general theme, "The DIA ' woelc a f?° today at Bedford. done to remedy the condition. In addition several long sections of fencing at tho Adams property were badly damaged either by being undermined or by debris striking against it. •George Berkhlmer ;of Fifth avenue spent tho past two days In company with a group of friends visiting at the home of his father near Breezewood and hunting, in that vicinity. The party left here Thursday evening to be on hand for the season's debut yesterday at sunrise. Mr. and Mrs. William Heilmeier have returned from a wedding trip, to Ohio and arc now at home to their friends avenue, this place. Mr. penoatlon of the Bible." Members and frlendw of the congregation are Invited to all of those services. First Methodist, Rev. Barnett H. Hart, minister—9.45 n. m., Church school, with missionary offering. 11, Sacrament of Lord's supper. 2 p. m.; Junior league nnd class for religious The annual election proclamation issued by the county commissioners continues to give Duncansvllle's polling place as the "one-story building of George W. Myers," which was abandoned a number of years ago. For the past several years the borough building on Fourteenth street Instruction. 3 p. m., Baptismal service I has been the borough polling place for Infants. 7.30 p. m,, The llfth of a and the election on the coming Tues- scrles of sermons on "The Twelve | day will be held there as usual, al- Men Who Marked the Trial." Subject, "The Man Who Got His Price." Tho October meeting of the Queen Esther circle will be held on Monday evening, Nov. 4 at 7.30 o'clock. Another church forum will be held on Wednesday evening. These are tho subjects for discussions, "When I Became a Christian"; Where I Became a Christian"; My Greatest Am In Life"; splendid singing, important meeting of official board after forum. An important meeting of the Ladies' Aid HO| clety on, Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock. WILLIAMSBURG 'The children's division pageant of the Seventh District Sunduy school association of Blair county will be given on Tuesday evening, Nov. 5, In the Presbyterian church at 7.30 o'clock. This Is an annual affair In the dlslrict work. Thl.M division, under'the super- Vision of MrH. J. E. We.stbrook, assisted by a number of helpers from the different Sunday schools in town, puts on a pageant every November, und this is always looked 'forward lo by Ihe people of Iho vicinity. Tho program, Including the several parts in Iho pagunl are as follows: Hymn; invocation, Rev. Samuel R. MacPhee, pastor of the Presbyterian church: pageant, "The American Home"; episode 1: Early Christian Homes in America, will be given by representatives of the Methodist .Sunday school; episode 2, Enemies of the Christian Homca, by representatives of the Reformed Sunday school; episode 3 and 4, Enemies ut Work In Modern Homes, by representatives of the Lutheran Sunduy school; episode 5, Spirits of Light Triumphant Over Chlrstlun Homca, by representatives of the Church of the Brethren .Sunday school; episode B, Spirltn of Light ut Work In I'.oclern Christian Homes, by representatives of the Pre.ibyterlun Sunday Hi'hool. After the pageant an address, "The Value ol Trained Leadership in the Sunday school," will he given by Rev. V. G. (iriibb of Junlutu. The pllbllc is cordially invited to attend this service, and will be well repaid In wftat they will hear and see. Mr. und Mrs. William Brunei' und daughter of Hollluayshurg were vls- itora on Thursday evening at the honiu nf Mr. und Mrs. Vincent (Jutes of East. Second street. 'The ladles of the Presbyterian cfiurch will hold u baznur and provision H;> t le in the iestul hall of the church oil Nov. 23. Trinity Reformed, Rev. Frederick D. Hyster, pastor—Sunday school ut 9.ISO EAST END George J. ICnackstedt, who for more than a year has been in charge of tho Jewel Tea company store In this district, and who resided at 223 East Pleasant Valley boulevard, has been transferred to Ohio, where he will remain until after the holidays, when he IH to be sent father weal. The East End Parent-Teacher association has named the following us a committee to explain tho proposed school loan to anybody desiring information: Chairman, L. W. Meimeh; R. D. Troutman, M. A. Troiitman, Mrs. Ira Werner, Mrs. J. E. McGregor, Mrs. T. R. Kerlln and Charles Metz. Old Lavender Iteiiuly Shop within dltttunr.e of your lioinn 103 uiui worship ul 7.30 p. m. Methodist, Rev. W. A. ili-il avenue. I'lionti 4HU7. Adv. GLASGOW United Brethren, Rev. E. D. Howe, puMtor--Mornlng service by pastor, Glusgow, 10.45; afternoon, Roaelund, 2.45; evening, Fallen Timber, 7.30; holy communion ut Fallen Timber; Chrhitian Endeuvor at Roselund, 2; toucher training ut Fallen Timber, Friday evening at 8. 2.30 p. in. Instead of the regular worship service, a Parish Sunday School convention will bo held. Rev. R. J. Wolf will bo the speaker. Each Sunday school of Iho parish will furnish a musical number, livery Lutheran Sunduy school worker should plan to attend this meeting. A query box will uljii bo conducted. Cluppertown- Sunday school ut 9.30 a. m., R. L. Lung, superintendent. Presbyterian, Rev. .Samuel R. MacPhee, pastor-Preaching ut 10.30 u. m. und ut 7.30 p. m. by the pastor. Morning subject, "Gpd's Perfect Rest." Evening subject, "No Vision, No Life." Sunduy school ut U.30 u. m., Andrew Consecration „ -. _...... — — at O.lio p. in. | United service und school on Wednes- (jrahimi, llu >' ul 7 - ;io P- '»• -Special speaker, a. m., Oukley Huvens,' superintendent; I Gulley, superintendent. Junior Christian Kmleuvor ut tl.45 p. m. j meeting of Y. H. P. C. E. pastor—Sunday school at U.30 a. in., U. ! | u ' v - T - Sturey Capers of Hollkluyu- li. Free, superintendent; J. K. Morri-,"'*>• m>n, counsellor of young people's de- i t - m "' c1 ' of ""-' Brethren, Lev! K. p.'u-tment and Fruncia Lytle, president, i ^"-'B^r. pastor -Preaching ut 10.30 u. Worship at 10.30 a. m. und at 7.30 p. 1 '"• b >' tne pastor. Hunduy school at in. Epworth league ut 6.30 p. m. I U ' aU ' D - R - Sollenbei'Ker, superinteiid- ' ! ent. Brethren Y. 1'. D. at 2.45. Rally ciicuit number 3. Theme, "We Would See. Jesus." Fellowship supper ut 5. Vesper service ul. 6.30. Evening service ill cliurge of B. Y. P. D. at 7.30. Beginning Wednesday evening, Nov. U, services will be held each evening preparatory to the love feast on Suiiduy evening, Nov. 10 ut 7 o'clock. Prayer meeting und religious school Wednesday evening at 7.30. St. Joseph's Catholic, Rev. John A. M, Sostaric, pastor—First muss at 8.30 u. m.; second or high muss ut 10. Sunday school after the high muss for all the children. .'Lutheran pastorate, Rev. V. D. N'iugle, pustor. lion's—Sunday school ut 9.30 a. m., W. L. Gosnell, superintendent; Puul C Reuriek, advisory superintendent of tho young people's department; John Heigh, president. Junior Christian Endeavor and Senior Luther leugue ut tf.iO p. in. Evening worship ut 7.30 y r . m. .Sermon subject. "Serving With Mind or Flesh." Musk- by the men's cboir. Rev. R. J. U'ilphia, will speak to the young peopl of the parish on Monday evening in lion's church. W. Ross Lantzer, Democratic nominee for tux collector of Williumsburg, solicits your vote und Influence at the general election Tuesday, Nov. 5. If elected will endeavor to give efficient service and courteous treatment to ull tuxpuyers. though it promises to bo one of the quietest affairs in recent years and a vote far under the record primary vote recently is anticipated. So far as Duncansvllle is concerned, the primary election practically settled the election. A cbntest is , possible for it couple of borough offices that may- prove Interesting at the eleventh hour, however. The field of candidates for borough council is the largest on tho ticket, containing ueven names, from which four will be selected by the local electorate for a four-year term. One candidate is the choice of both parties, while the Republicans named three and the Democrats three others ut the- recent pri- mui'los. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wallace were called to Roaring Spring lute Thursday evening on account of her mother, Mrs. Surah Mock, suffering a severe attack of Illness. Mrs. Mock returned to Roaring Spring only recently after being seriously 111 here at the Wallace home for several weeks, being stricken during a visit here. Tho home of Miss Eva Knee on Fifteenth street wan the scene of a delightful Hallowe'en party on Thursday evening when the members of the Lutheran Sunday school of which she la teacher, were entertained. It was a masquerade party und proved most interesting to all In attendance. A pleasing entertainment program wus followed by the serving of refreshments at u late hour. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Keller and daughter Polly ^Ida, Mrs. Samuel A. Keller and Mrs. J. H. Robertson visited at the home of M. W. Wer-tz and family at Wes.t Loop on Thursday evening. Emory Walters of this place, In company with several other nlmrods, motored to near Burnt Cabins, Pa., to spend tho opening day of the current hunting season in the wooded section of that region. Mra. Fred Kirkhum and young son havo been discharged from the Al- toonu hospital and are now ut the home of Mrs. C. J. Muuk on West Third avenue, with whom the Kirk- hums reside. . Presbyterian, Rev. Julian Park, pus- tor—Sunduy school ut 9.30 in charge, of Superintendent John Rollason. There will be no preaching service. The Evangelical Lutheran, Rev. G. B. Hurman, pastor—Divine worship with aermona by the pastor at 10.30 and ut 7.30. Morning sermon subject, "End of Stewardship." Evening sermon subject, "Jesus Wins Where Others Fail." Sunduy school at 9.45. Classes for all. Christian Endeavor society meeting at 6.30. Subject, "Making the Body God's Temple." This is the monthly consecration meeting and Miss Dorothy Young will be the leader. A curdiul invitution is extended to all the services of the day. Hicks Memorial Methodist, Rev. D. G. Felker, pustor—Church school ut 'J.30. Epworth leugue devotional meeting ut 6.45. Public worship and administration of the holy communion ut 10.45 und ut 7.30. The pustor will officiate. No morning sermon. At the evening hour the pustor will deliver the third sermon of u series on the theme. "That Night," und the communion will bo concluded. Members and friends are invited. Yesterday was the semi-monthly payday for the employes of the Clark Brothers Construction company and also for the employes of the Philadelphia Excavating company, sub-cou- Iructom on the excavation work. Checks were issued to those who up- plied us most of the men were off on account of the ruin. proxlmately 100 new members will be taken In at this time, which will bring the total roster to near 1,000 members, the goal for this year. Among the candidates for this class are some of the most prominent, business and professional men of Tyrone and Blair county. Candidates under the present charter must be on hand at 7.30 o'clock that evening. The degree team under leadership of Captain Anderson will appear in full regalia and add Impressiveness and color to the evening's exercine. The junior choir of the Columbia Avenue Methodist church assisted by members of the various departments of the Sunday school will render a special temperance program Sunday evening at 7.30 o'clock. As a part of the service the pastor will give a chemical demonstration of the evil affects of alcohol as a beverage. The teachers and officers of the United Brethren Sunday school held a very enthusiastic meeting in the church Wednesday .evening with an attendance of about forty-five. After the business of the old year was cared for the treasurer submitted his report, which showed a balance of over $500, with all bills paid in full. The board voted to take the support of Rev. Carl Eschbach, who goes from the local church and Sunday school to the Philippines as a missionary. This support is $1,400 per year. The average attendance last year for the school was 669. The goal set for this new year is 701. Every worker felt that this was about right after what had been accomplished Jast yea/. The superintendent, Jesse L. Bloom, presented his program for the month of November. After some discussion the following was adopted: Nov. 3, missionary Sunday; Nov. 10, Armistice and father and son day; Nov. 17, roll call for the entire school; Nov. 24, Tall rally day with a goal of 1,000. The superintendent asked for a special committee of five to be Known as the planning committee. He was authorized to appoint same. Robert Morgan volunteered to head the committee on transportation. With the spirit of earnestness and the enthusiasm manifested at this meeting victory in every department seemed assured. The outlook is bright for the biggest and best year in the history of the First United Brethren Sunday school. The school also voted to cooperate 1 with the School of Religious Education which Is to be conducted under the auspices of the flrsl disti'lct of the Blair County Sunday School association. Every officer and teacher was urged to register and support the school to the fullest extent The meeting adjourned at 10 o'clock with everybody present feeling tha something really worth while had been accomplished. Samuel Bressler, Harry Weyer and John Huff were among the lucky hunters who brought home the choice 01 the wild game, splendid big turkey hens, on the flrst day of the season Each of the birds were killed during the early morning hours. A number ol rabbits and pheasants were also brought home to form the meat course of the week-end menus in 'many ol the homes. . The Players of Boston present Helen Howe, impersonator, in a series of original monologues, at the Birmingham school this evening. Miss Howe Is In the same class with Cornelia Otis Skinner and Ruth Draper, as an artist. She has given programs in all .he leading schools in the,country and >efore many women's clubs. Miss Howe will present her program in the study hall of the Birmingham school at 8 o'clock this evening and as is the usual custom of the school, a most cordial Invitation to all its many rlends is extended to enjoy this very delightful program. The Fidelity class of the First Meth- idist Sunday school enjoyed a most delightful Hallowe'en social In the assembly room of the church school building last evening. A large group )f the member's and a number of incited guests were present'to enjoy this novel social function of these busy adles. The Retired Men's club will hold heir November meeting next Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the par- ors of the Y, M. C. A. The social ;ommlttee has made a special effort o h.ave a pleasing program and a lurprise feature during the social >eriod. All men enjoying the .vacation .ime of life, whether members of the issociation or not, are cordially invited o attend. The Ladies' auxiliary to the B. P. O. !. will hold their weekly card party Monday evening at 8.30 o'clock, in the 5arlors of the pretty new Elks home on Logan avenue. Miss Margaret Nearhoof, who has been in Philadelphia for the past few veeks, has returned to her home on West Washington avenue. Mrs. J. W. Eschbach has returned to her home on Washington avenue from a very pleasant visit with her daugh- .er Miss Dorothy, a student nurse in the Children's Homeopathic hospital in Philadelphia. First Presbyterian, Rev. Joseph A. Speer, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Chapel Sunday school at (.30. Christian Endeavors at 6.30. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. First Methodist, Rev. H. Willis Flartsock, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Epworth and Junior leagues at 6.30. Preaching at 11 and at P 7.30. English Lutheran, Rev. Edwar'' M. Morgan, D. D., pastor—Sunday ;ool at 9.45. Luther league at 6.30. T ,ching at 11 and at 7.30. Grace Baptist, Rev. H. F. * King, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. B. Y. P. U. at 6.30. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Church of God in Christ, Rev. W. Wells, pastor—Sunday school at 10 Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Y P W. W. at 6.30. Church of the Brethren, Rev. John R. Snyder, D. JD., pastor—Sunday school' at 9.45. Morning worship at 11. B. Y. P. D. at 6.30. Preaching at 7.30. Trinity Episcopal, Rev. Clifford L. Stanley, rector—Sunday school at 10 Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. First United Brethren, Rev. John R. Watson, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Christian Endeavors at 6.30. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. St. Mathew's Catholic, Rev. J. F Looney, pastor—Masses at 8 and at 10 Benediction after late mass. Sunduv school at 2. Free Methodist, Rev. A. C. Thompson, pastor—Sunday school at 9 45 Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Class meeting at 6.30. Salvation Army, Captain Hannah Hushelpeck and Lieutenant Ada Jones in charge—Holiness service at 11 Bible class and school at 2.30. Young people's service at 6.30. Public salvation meeting at 8. Columbia Avenue Methodist' Rev George A. Duvall, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Epworth league at 6.30. Preaching at 10.45 and at 730 BELLWOOD Glen Schenclc of North Fifth street was a recent visitor at Roaring Spring where' he called on W. H. Gaswell, a patient at the Nason hospital. H. F. Cherry has become manager of the J. S. Glnter bond and brokerage house in Altbona. Friends wish him much success In his undertaking. Rev. H. G. Dooley returns to Bellwood today after conducting a successful revival campaign in Bridgeton, N. J., and attending tho New Jersey Baptist state convention at Atlantic City. Kev. Dooley will occupy his pulpit tomorrow at the morning and evening services. Church of the Brethren, Galen R. Blough, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30, H. Paul Cox, superintendent. Preaching at ,10.45 by Rev. H. Paul Cox, subject, ''God's Call to Men." Young people's meeting at 6.45, Wilbert Campbell, president. Sermon by the pastor at 7.45; subject, "Kindness—An outstanding Christian Virtue." Tipton Methodist, Rev. J. F. Anderson, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30. Sermon by the pastor at 7.30; subject, "Treasures That Abide." Grace Evangelical, 719 North Second street, J. H. Furner, pastor- No preaching in the morning. C. H. Loyer of Altbona will preach at 7.30. Prayer meeting Wednesday' evening at 7.30. Sunday school at 9.30, L. 1. Garver, superintendent. E. L. C. E. at 6.45. The leader will be Miss Faye Garver. All members are urged to be present, < Finecroft—Sunday school at 2. JB. L. C. E. at 7.30. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7.30. . Methodist, Rev. L. E. Wilson, pastor—Holy communion at the morning service and preaching at 7.30 by the pastor. Subject, "To Thine Own Self Be True. 1 - 1 Sunday school at 9.30. Junior league at 2. Intermediate and senior legues at 6.30. ' St. Joseph's Catholic—Mass at 8.30. Sunday school at 2.30. "Rosary and benediction ,at 3.30. Logan Valley Baptist, 'Rev. H. G. Dooley," pastor—Preaching, at 10.45 and at 7.30 by the pastor. Morning subject, "God's Workmanship." Evening subject, "Needs of the Immortal Soul." Sunday school at 9.30. Young people's meeting at 6.30. Prayer and praise 'service Wednesday at 7.30, Preaching at Baptist chapel, Tipton, Sunday at 3.30 by Rev. H. G. Dooley. XOST—Sterling silver rlngr, oblong set, keepsale, near southslde. school. Kcward for return'to 508 Lowther St. J UNI AT A Junlata Park Church of the Brethren, Rev. C. E. Bowser, pastor— Preaching at 11 a. m. and at 7.30 p. m. by the pastor. Morning subject, "The Future of Our Church." Sunday school, 9.45 a. m. .Young People's meeting at 1 p. m. Sunday school Sunday afternoon at Rlggle's Gap at 2.15 and preaching service at 3. Rev. J. O. C. McCracken, pastor of the Junlata Presbyterian church, will be the speaker at the second boys' mass meeting to be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Junlata Y. M. C. Ai His discourse will be appropriate to the month of prayer, which is being observed during November by the Y. Tst. C. A. Special music will be a feature of the meeting tomorrow. Every boy in Junlata Is eligible to attend these meetings, which will continue throughout the winter season. Presbyterian church, J. O. C. McCracken, pastor—Preaching by the pastor at 10.46 a, m. and 7.30 p. m. Sabbath school at 9.30. Junior Christian Endeavor at 2.15. Senior Christian Endeavor at 6.45. Subject, "The Body, God's Temple." Mary McCloa'key, leader. The school of missions on Friday evening at 7.30. Grace Evangelical, Rev. A. Morgan Jenkins, pastor—Preaching by the pastor at 10.30 a. m. fend 7.30 p. m. Morn- Ing subject, "Helping Our Neighbor." This will be the annual foreign missions sermon. Evening subject, "Bringing People to Christ." This service will mark the beginning of a series of special evangelistic services. Sunday school at 9.30 a. m., In charge 'of superintendent, W. E, Elder. Junior E. L. C. E. at 2 p. m. Senior E. L. C. E. at 6.45 p. m. Trinity Lutheran church, Fifth avenue ind Sixth street—Sunday school at 9.30 a. m. Preaching at 10.45 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. by Dr. William A. Sadtler of Susquehanna university. A mission study class will be sponsored by the Young Women's Missionary society of Trinity church and will commence next' Wednesday evening at 7.45 o'clock. The class will cover a six weeks' course on the book, "From Jerusalem to Jerusalem," which is a comprehensive church history. The entire church membership is invited to join in this class. St. Peter's Episcopal, Rev. Alblbn H. Ross, rector—Holy communion at 9 a. m. Church school at 3 p. m. No evening service. OSTERBURG Mrs. D. Barley Whetstone and Mrs. Churles W. Shaffer attended the district meeting of the Rebekah lodges of Bedford county at Bedford Wednesday afternoon and evening. Frank Kauffman is spending the week ut Dunkirk, N. Y. Mrs. Sarah Whetstone of Fishertown Is visiting her* Mrs. Russell Smith visited her mother Mrs. Ida Weyant Tuesday at St. Clalravllle. George M. Osier bought tho Joseph Claycomb property and ' will F move there at an early date. Mrs. Chester Kauffmuu und daughter Catherine are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mra. Shannon Kauffman. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dfffibaugh of Akron, O., are visiting with relatives und friends here. Mrs. Frank Kauffman of St. Clalrw- ville spent Thursday with her daughter Mrs. Charles Shaffer. Fay Ehredt and son James of Allot na spent several days this week at the home of the grandfather and aunts John H. Moser and Misses Su- llnda and Anna. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shaffer and daughter Hannah May of Williamsburg spent 'Wednesday • with Mrs. Shaffer's sister Mrs. Harry Colebaugh. RIDDLESBURG Riddlesburg Methodist charge, Rev. Harold A. Pruyn, pastor. Defiance—Morning worship at 9.'JO. Sermon, "Fruits." Young people's .service. Sunday school at 10.30. Couldale—Sunday school ut 10 a. m. Service for young people at 11. Midweek service Wednesday at 7.30. Subject, "Faith." Riddlesburg—Sunday school at 9.45: EpworMi leugue ut 6.SO. Evening .worship for young folks at 7.30. the residents of that section. However, after looking into the mutter, it WUH found that there were so many conditions and uncertainties that council later rescinded its action and took other steps to provide one new resl- St. John's Lutheran, Rev. H. Wi Bender, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30 a. m., John H. Porter, superintendent. Morning worship at 10.30 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. Theme, "The Spoiled Dream." Christian Endeavor service at 6.45 p. m. Topic, "Making the Body a Fit Temple for God." Leader, Mary Tobias. Evening worship at 7.30 p. m. Sermon by the pastor. Theme, "The Investment of Life." Council meeting, Tuesday evening at 7.30. Teacher Training class, Wednesday evening at 7. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening at 7.45, leader, Mrs. Rebecca Wolfe. First ;Methodist, Rev. W. W. Banks, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 a. m. and at 7.30 p. m. by the pastor. Morning subject, "The Upward Climb." Evening subject, "Seeking the Lost." Special revival services In the evening, Sunday school at 9.30, I. A. Corby, superintendent. Epwofth league and. Young People's circle at 6.30. A big Sunday' school rally will be held at the close of the Sunday school study period. C. S. Blackburn of Altoona will- lead a large chorus of male voices. Rev. E. C. Keboch of Harrisburg will speak and perhaps preach at one service Sunday. Our school had 738 present last Sunday and the Stevens Memorial at Harrisburg had 707. We gained 37 which leaves them Still 35 In the lead. Special music by both choir* Sunday. Otterbein United. Brethren, M. S. Bittner, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 a. m. by the pastor and at 7.30 p. m. by Rev. Donaldson. Morning subject, "Giving." Sunday school at 9.30, F. H. Baker, superintendent. Prayer service, Wednesday at. 7.30, J. G. Reffner, leader. Intermediate Christian Endeavor, Sunday at 6.45. This will be our anniversary day. Ah all day meeting is planned. All the United Brethren ministers are invited to take part in the afternoon program. ' The First United Brethren church quartet will sing. The Evangel trio will bring special music. William Snyder will direct the singing. All are welcome. Let's make this a real United Brethren day in Junlata. Wesley Memorial Methodist church, Rev. M. S. Q. Mellott, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30 a. m. Preaching at 10.45 a. m. and 7.30. p. m. by the pastor. Asbury Methodist church, Rev. M. S. Q, Mellott, pastor—Sunday school at 2.30 p. m. BEDFQRD Miss Marguerite Border, commercial teacher in the High school spent last week-end in Harrisburg. Miss Elizabeth Halibftrt of Harrisburg spent last week-end with her friend Miss Elizabeth Madore. Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Cessna are spending several days in Pittsburgh attending the annual Veteran Legion meeting of the Edward A. Woods company. Mr. Cessna has attended these meetings for twenty-six' consecutive years. Tho faculty and students of the Bedford High school extended an invitation to all members of the P k otary club to visit their assembly at 9.30 Friday morning. Misses Margaret Lesaii; and , Nel! Filler of Altoona spent W-.dnesday evening with friends in Bedford. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brice spent Wednesday in Cumberland, Md. Marriage licenses were issued to the following people in Bedford this week: WillianPCharles of Johnstown and Edna May Howard of Gahagen, Somerset county; Homer Guy.Bice of Baltimore, Md., nnd Cora P. Beam of Baltimore,Md.; Lawrence Edwin Yoder of Johnstown and Effie Ardella Grove of Everett R. D. 1; Glenn Elwood Barren .of Stablstown and Emma Elizabeth Bnst of Llgonier; La Mont Shank Duke and Ethel G. Dechant, both of Renovo; Robert E. Bowaer of Saxton and Edith Kochenberger of Philadelphia; Harry Liverant of Pittsburgh and Hazel Parks of Akron, O. Reformed, Rev. Albert Eyler, pastor- Preaching at 11 and 7.30 by Rev. Albert Eyler. Morning subject, "Communion." Evening aubject, "Are the Power^ That Be Ordained of God." Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preparatory services Saturday evening at 7.30. Methodist, Dr. Horace Lincoln Jacobs, pastor—Preaching at 11 and 7.30 by Dr. H. L. Jacobs. Sunday school, 9.45 a. m. Trinity Lutheran, Rev. George I. Melhorn, pastor—Preaching at 11 and 7.30 by Rev. George I. Melhorn. Sunday school 9.45 u. m. Presbyterian, Rev. R. S. Caldwell, pastor—Preaching at 11 and 7.30 by MARTINSBURG The following are the names olf the persona entertained to dinner on'Sun- day , at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Sollenberger and family: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 'Fornwalt, Reuben Showalter and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burket. Sunday afternoon visitors at the same" home were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Fornwalt and daughter Mabel of Altoona, Mrs. Charles Fornwalt and son Wayne of Eldorado, Mr. and Mrs. John Sollenberger and daughter Rella of Martinsburg, R. D. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Parks and daugh- ters'Berneda, Ruth and Miriam were entertained to supper at the eame home. Howard Dickenson, a former guest of the home, who had been making his home during the past. summer at the' home of Mr. and Mrs.^ Irvin Batzel on Locust street, re-entered the home as a guest on Wednesday. A -number of the men of Martinsburg, who are fond of hunting, started on Thursday evening for their favorite hunting grounds to be ready to slay the unwary game at the flrst approach of day on Friday morning. Martinsburg charge of Reformed church, Rev. V. Steinberg, pastor: Salem, Beavertown—Church school at 9.30; A. I. Fouse, superintendent. Holy communion at 10.30. St. Joh.n'8, Martinsburg—Church school at 9.30; C. Bonebreak, superintendent. Church worship at 7.30. Installation services will be conducted in the Reformed church at Marklesburg for the new pastor, Rev. B. Yeisley. The committee consists of the Revs... H. D. McKeehan of Huntingdon, C. Scheffy of McConnels- town and V. Steinberg of Martinsburg. Rev. H. McKeehan will preach the sermon. Services at 3. Salem consistory will meet Monday at 7.30 at the home of Lev! Linlnger. Annual congregational meetings will be held In St. John's, Martinsburg, Sunday, 10.30, Nov. 10, and in Salem, Beavertown, Sunday, 10,30, Nov. 17. Brethren, Martinsburg and McKee: Martinsburg—Sunday school at 9,30. Morning worship nl 10.30. Message by the pastor. Wednesday evening, prayer and Bible study at 7.30. McKee—Sunday school at 9.30. Evening service at 7.30. Message by the pastpr. Bible study class at 6.30. Rev. J. S. Cook, pastor. Presbyterian, Rev. Julian Park, pastor—Preaching at 10.30 by the pastor. Subject, "A ,True Christian." Please CANAN STATION - . > — • • Hallowe'en spooks and goblins made merry amidst the presence of gypsies and pirates and many comic characterizations Wednesday evening, when Misses Thelma'Baisor and Grace Neff invited a number of friends to cele-. brate the season wi£h them. The affair was held at Miss Baisor's 1 home. A Hallowe'en luncheon was served to the following guests: Misses Gladys Gosnell, Grace Clapper, Lillian Davis, Gladys Akers, Vivian Fisher, Esther Spitz, Sara Black, Anna Irwin, Clara Robeson, Beulah Robeson, Zelma Wilt, Thelma Dubbs 'and Messrs. Bob Fisher, Samuel Neff, jr., Robert Tregoning and Cecil Lynn. dence with water aervlce und will take Rev. R. S. daldwell. Sunday school, the matter of the lurge main instulla- 9.45 a . m. lion up ut a later date. Early this week a small line was pushed under Ativ j The nioi-thly meeting of the members —__ ' i of Hicks Memorial Methodist Sunduy i'or Kent—An eight room IIUUHC, till school class No. 10. Frank Myers, tho paving without the necessity of extensive excavutlug. This provided service to u wuiting consumer, bul promised no relief in the matter of. line renewals, which will be a necessity before long. Just what will be done further la rather Indellnite, but the mutter will probably be brought up for additional discussion ut the regular monthly session to be held this evening. A group of local nimrods Including Sumuel Murble, Dr. H. A. Wright and others are spending today in the wilds of Huntingdon county hunting small gurae. The party left early this morning by automobile und expect to return late this evening. The November meeting of the Dun- ... , ( . . rji i i -.-..- .-.. ~. u ... . vu » U ^L, .... -— --. - ....... «.jt*^, 4 ne i>oveir.oej meeting ui me uun- vvuii 01 i una- , c . on veuleiire*. Kuildlu I'oiizluno, 207 . teacher, is lo be held this evening ul ' cun.sville board of education will be l-'lrnt street, \VllUamhburc, J'a. Adv. the home of Robert Miller of Muple Hollow roud, north of town. „ , Ala special meeting of the Duneuns- V»llo.v Springs- Sunduy school at j FOR 8ALK OR It K NT—8 roum • ville borough council held recently, it held on the coming Monday evening GREENWOOD Rev. Seese, pustor of Greenwood United Brethren church, will Institute u new method for the movning services on Sunduy morning. Instead of Sunduy school und preuching -services, as heretofore, there will be a unllied service starting at 9.45 a. m., the usuul Sunday school hour, and the approach of the lesson will be given by the pastor utter opening devotions, insteud of the usual sermon. This will eliminate one service und enable the women of the congre- gution to get home ubout un hour curlier than usual. Mrs. Nancy Kelly, mother of Mrs. C. C. Holmes, who has been serious- ill, is slowly improving. Greenwood United Brethren, Rev. ROARING SPRING Fred Himes of Poplar street, who for the pa'st few months has .been confined to his, bed due to illness, is greatly improved. Trinity Methodist, Rev. George S. Womer, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.16, James Williams, superintendent; morning worship at 10.30, with sermon by the pastor on "God's Everlasting Throne"; Intermediate league at 6.30, Otho Reffne% leader; Senior Epworth league 'at 6.30, Mrs. W. A. Hlte, leader; evening worship at 7.30, with sermon by the pastor on "Not From My Bottle." . •; First Church of the Brethren, Rev. S. P. Early, pastor—Sunday school at 9.20, George B. Replogle, superintendent; morning worship at 10.30, with sermon by the pastor, on "Why You Should Be a Child of God"; young people's meeting at 6.45, and evening worship at 7.30, with sermon by the pastor, on "The Masters Call." Church of God, Rev. Cyrus A. Byler, Ph. B., pastor—Sunday school at 9.30, Edward G, Carper, superintendent; morning worship at 10.30, with sermon by the pastor, and evening worship at 7.30, with message by Rev. Byler. fThe beginners and primary department will meet in the Ladies' Hospital association rooms on East Main street while the remainder of the school will hold their session in the Roaring Spring theatre building on Main street, Albright Church of the Brethren, Rev. Jacob Kinsel, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30, John J! Johnson, superintendent; morning worship at 10.30, with sermon by the pastor, and young people's meeting at 7, and evening worship at 8, with sermon by Rev. Kinsel. St. Luke's Lutheran, Rev. Clarence E. Naugle, pastor—Sunday school at 9.15, S. M. Emelgh, superintendent; morning worship at 10.30, and evening worship at 7.30, with sermonia by the note the change of time. Sunday j pastor, both morning and Evening; school at 9.30; George W. Dent, superintendent. No mid-week service will be held due to the community leadership training school. St. Matthew's Lutheran, Rev. D. L. Shaffer, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 by the pastor, and at 7.30 by E. Stanley Kendig. Morning subject, "The Fruits of Righteousness." Evening subject, "World Peace." Sunday Luther league at 6.30. Mennonite, Rev. Jacob G. Snyder and S. D. Yoder, pastors—Sunday school at 10, Samuel P. Snyder, superintendent; morning worship : at 11, with sermon by Rev. J. G. Snyder, and evening worship at 8, with sermon by Rev. S. D. Yoder. Christ Reformed, Rev. John A. Campbell, pastor—Sunday school at school at 9.30. Leadership training 9 ' 2l >, L. B. Stoudnour, superintendent; school Sunday at 2.30, and Monday morning worship at 10.30, and evening and Friday at 7.30. worship at 7.30, with messages by the Church of the Brethren, Martinsburg pastor, both morning and evening. —Church school at 9.30. Preparatory ' Napier Mennonite, Napier, Rev. sermon at 10.30. Love feast at 630 ' ^- - 0 - Yoder i pastor — Sunday school at Evangelist M. J. Brougher will begin 9 - 30 ' Grover Dull, superintendent; evangelistic meetings Monday niirht morning worship at 10.30, with sermon Nov. 4. ' by Rev. S. D. Yoder; special afternoon Clover Creek— Church school at 9 30 Preparatory sermon at 10 30 ' ser vices at 2.30, with sermon by Elder r> G - Sn y der ot Altoona. During the Cross Roads—Church school at 930 evenln e lhe ™ wl " be a special song Preparatory sermon at 1030 Rev' ' service In charge of the chorister 'of ,-IT i ._ . .-, •n . iyiwv. AVC V . f I. _ SIAM* *«n 1 "Dar»«D»pl«»t»nlo 191 Kl o f^nn £/•.«. Charles O. Beery, pastor . the Central Pennsylvania Bible Confer- Church of God" Rev E F qino etice association, E. G. Figart; ut 7.30, K-Blbla 'Jhnnl «t the message will, be delivered pastor-Martinsburg-Blble 'school at by Rev. S.'JO a. .TI., Raymond England, .superin-! bouse, wuter, liciil, electric light, A-l \vus decided lo ask for bids lo have a meeting is scheduled Icndent. ' -i-ii'j v.ur-i.'.ip at 10.30. cundillun. Rublimuim r.vtciisiuii. In- i.-u-gp water main placed under the ; Lester Morgan of jol Clover (.' Sunday school at 1.3Q i quire of E. S. Shelly, i'lrst Xutii'iiul paved thorougbfai e ut Sixth avenue , caller with Duucunsvi ^\' 7.30 o'clock at the school building. Oil j H. B. Seese, pastor — Morning serv- Mouduy immediately following tht> ! ice at 9.45, will be unified. Preaching school serisiou the monthly faculty ! at 7.30. Sermon, "Proofs of Repent" p. to., Ku> oUjji.-naUuat.-iH. Adv. anil Noitu Thirleculh street to supply Wednseday afternoon. ohnstown was a uucunsville friends on j ance." Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Chriatiaii Endeavor at 6.30 p. m., Mrs. Phyllis Kline, leader. Church night, Wednesday at 7.30. 5.16; E. 8 Burket. Biiper n endent J ?' S ^ der ' f aat ° r «* the Roaring Morning worship at 10 30 Christian ? D1 ' m S Mennonite church. Tho serv- Endeavor at 6.30. Prayer £«"*" icea wl " c °n« nue throughout the fol- Wednesday evening at 7.30. Woodbury—Bible school at 9.30; Hurry Carper, superintendent Evening worship at 7.30. Henrietta—Bible school at 10; P. S. Horton, uuperinlendenl. Salurday evening at 7.45. Methodist, Rev. ddwurd Z. Utts pastor—Preaching at 10.45 by the pastor. Subject, "Can '1 Believe In God and Evolution?" No evening service. Sunday school at 9.30; A. E. Martz, superintendent. Woodbury—Church school al 10.30; Samuel Over, superintendent. Morning worship at 9.30. Sermon by the pastor. faoysburg— Church school at 9.30; W. A. Nycum, superintendent. Evening worship at 7.30. Rev. Julian Park will preach. Yellow Creek—Church school at 10; Hurry Mcllnay, superintendent. The SmithJield Church of the Brethren, Rev. G. S. Batzel, pastor—Preaching at 10.30 by the pastor. Subject, "The Temptation of Jesus." Sunday school at 8.30. meeting ] owm g wee ij; with sermons by the various pastors as follows: Monday evening, Nov. 4, Rev. J. G. Snyder will deliver the message; Tuesday and the sermons will , ..,„...» -j Rev. J. G. Snyder; Preaching jj a y evening, the message will be delivered by the Rev. Daniel Gerig of Clayuburg, also Friday, Nov. 8, will be in charge of Rev. Gerig; Saturday, Nov. 9, Rev. L. L. Shaw of Altoona will deliver the message; Sunday, Nov. 10, at 9.30 .a. m., Sunday school In . charge of Grover Dull, superintendent: at 10.30, sermon by the Rev. L. L. Shaw, and at 11.15, Rev. S. D. Yoder will deliver the sermon. Communion services on Sunday evening at 7.30. ROARING SPBINti THEATRE Corlnne Griffith la "FBISONEBS" A First National Vltaphone Talking Picture. New* and Vaudeville EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBURBAN DAY FAMOUS Restaurant BETTER FOOD AX LOWCB Nest to Mountain City Bade CUrtRYVILLE Mrs. Clifford Honsacker, children Gwendolyn and Clifford, jr., of Martinsburg, R. D.; spent the week-end with Mrs. Honsacker's father, E. S. Guyer.' Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Kauffman, Miss Orpha Guyer and Mr. and Mrs. C. A^ Hershberger and children, Clova, Hubert and Miriam, Mr. and Mrs, Jacob Dllling and daughter Romaine of Martinsburg motored to the lodge of the Martinsburg Hunting club, located at Paradise Furnace, Huntingdon county, • on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wareham and Clair Ebersole of Martinsburg and Miss Ella Sorrlck of Curryville motored to Cumberland on Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Wilmer Allison and children, Florence, John and Lester of Clover Creek were entertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. John Sorrick on Sunday. , » Guests at the home of Mr.-and Mrs. Ira Burget on Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. William Evans, son Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kenslnger, son Franklin and daughter Mary Christine, and Mrs. Megahan of Saxton and Mrs. Lucy Settle of Lloydsville. Misses Elizabeth and Romaine Rep--- logle, student nurses at the Nason hospital at Roaring Spring, spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Dewey Kauffman and her niece, Miss Orpha Guyer. The Misses Replogle, in company with E. S. Guyer and his granddaughter. Miss Frieda Holllnger, partook of a sumptuous roast goose dinner on Monday evening given by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hershberger of Martinsburg. ' Lester Wineland, senior at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy, with a fellow student, arrived here last Thursday evening tb spend the time until Sunday evening, at the home .of Mr. Wineland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wineland. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Miller, Miss Elizabeth Miller, Ella Snowberger and Ada Replogle attended a birthday anniversary dinner given on Wednseday evening by .Mrs. Harry Detwiler of Piney Creek in honor of her husband. Among the other tasty edibles' consumed at the function were seven chickens roasted to brown and juicy toothsomeness. E. S. Guyer, Mrs. D. D. Kauffman, Freda Hollinger and Orpha Guyer visited Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Guyer of Hollidaysburg on Friday. CLAYSBURG Claysburg Methodist charge, Rev, L. B. Barton, pastor. Claysburg—Church school at '9.30, Preaching at 10.30, McKee—Church school at 9.30. Preaching at 7.30. Sproul — Church school at 9.30. Preaching* at 8 p. m. Reformed, Rev. Oliver H. Sensenig pastor—Church service at 9.30 a m Sunday school at 10.30 a. m. Greenfield Reformed—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Church service at 10 35 a. m. Church of the Brethren, Rev. j. i^on U C ° x ' P ast °r-Church school at 9.30. The evangelistic services which began last Monday evening ara increasing in attendance and interest. The subject for Sunday morning at 10.30 will be "Some New Testament Doctrines." The evening aubject will be "Excuses." Services each evening durlngnhe coming week

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