Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 2, 1929 · Page 15
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ALTOONA MlRROR-gATtj'RDAV, NOVEMBER 2, 192<) SOUTH ^ALTOONA Edward Fowler, who la a (student on board the Pennsylvania Nautical .school ship, Annapolis, now In Philadelphia, is spending the week-end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bills Fowler at 4037 Fifth avenue. . The condition of Mrs. James Peel whose home Is at 4005 Fifth avenvre, who has been a patient at the Mercy hospital, Johnstown, Is reported good. Charles Shaner of Frankstown Is spending the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James . Shaner at 4047 Fifth avenue. Rev. Russell G. Jones announces that the regular Sunday services will be observed at the South Altoona Baptist mission on Fortieth street between Third and Fourth avenues tomorrow. The drive for new members will be continued. Sunday school, a class for everyone, Rev. Jones, acting superintendent at 2.30. Junior and Intermediate B. Y. P. U. at 6.30. Special singing by the choir and the evening sermon will be delivered at 7.30. Mid-week services will be conducted by the pastor at the mission < chapel at 7.30 o'clock next Thursday evening. Every one is invited. Regular Sunday services will be observed at the Schum Memorial United Brethren church at Broad avenue and Fifty-first street tomorrow with the Rev. Alban officiating. You are welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Erb of 4001 Fifth avenue and a party of Altoona nimrods are spending several days hunting In Bedford county. Charles Snyder, jr., has returned to his homo at 4001 Fifth avenue after spending several days In Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Earner of 3944 Fifth avenue are spending several days In Harrlsburg, with Mr. and Mrs. Seaman. ' Miss Alpharetta Steele of 4011 Fifth avenue was a first part of the week visitor In Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dell and daughter Ethel May of Duncansville are spending the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dorman at 4009 Fifth avenue. Students of the fifth and sixth grades of the Jefferson school on Fifth avenue and Forty-first street, have completed some very attractive school loan posters which are on display at the local business houses on Sixth avenue. Thursday morning each student received his copy of plain pointers which is published from time to time and is read with much interest by school pp Irons. Mr. and Mrs. Lnubach of P.R5G 'Fifth a.venue motored to New Kensington where they spent Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. E. H. Lavls of 3916 Fourth avenue was a Monday visitor in Johnstown. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Evans of the Schweitzer apartments' motored to Glasgow where" they will spend the week-end. A. D. Williams of 4116 Fifth avenue is confined to his home by illness. Mr. and Mrs. Whltbred and son Ed- waud have returned to their home at 3700 Seventh avenue after spending several days In Newark, N. J. Miss Louise McGarvey of 394ii Fifth avenue is spending several days at Pennsylvania Furnace. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Forney are spending several days in Coalpoit. LAKEMONT Mrs. Dora Royer of Shellytown spent . Wednesday at the home of her sister- in-law Mrs. Margaret Royer of Leslie street. Mi's. W. .M. Gesser and daughters Jean • and Kathryne of First avenue were Wednesday evening guests at the home of her sister Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Conlon of Altoona. Mrs. O.'V. Conroy of Pittsburgh Is spending the week at the home of her sister Mrs. R. M. Conlon of Altoona, stopping off here for the week before leaving this evening for Boston, Mass., where she is making- her future home. .Mrs. Amy Isenberg of Logan avenue was a recent guest, among friends in Williamsburg. Mrs. Samuel Keller of .Duncansville was a Tuesday evening guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs, V. F. Lauffer of North Pine street. • Mrs. Lena Sorga left Tuesday evening for Terra Haute, Ind., where she will make her home "with her sons there since the death of Mr. Sorge. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Gordon of New Philadelphia, O., were guests at the home of Miss Katie and Jacob Loose of Logan avenue. Mrs. F. D. Miller, Mrs. Margaret Royer and Mrs. Dora Royer were Wednesday evening guests at the Lome of Mr. and Mrs. Wood Hesser of Llys> wen. Grover Klink has returned to the Davis Bible school at Binghamton, N. Y., the school to reopen on Monday. The .home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hartley of Shand avenue and seventh street was the scene of a joyous affair last Saturday everting when they held an oyster fry. The evening was very pleasantly spent and greatly enjoyed by all. Those present were Margaret Olwine and Phoebe Olwine of Altoona, Elliot Free and Chester Free of Hollidaysburg, Herbert »raneybill of Frankstown and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bartley. The home of Mr, and Mrs. D. F. , Riley of 50§ Logan avenue was the scene of a very joyous affair when Mrs. Riley entertained her Sunday school class at a I Hallowe'en party. The homa was beautifully decorated in crepe paper and Hallowe'en decorations. Games of various kind were played and costumes of different kinds •worn. All reported having a wonderful time. A delicious luncheon waa serv- , ed after which they all departed but not before thanking their teacher for the pleasant evening. Those present, were Alice Suckling, Eloise Sucking, Fay Nicewonger, Margaret Reeu, Janet Gesser, Jean Gesser, Thelma Free, Margaret Nearhoof, Mary Shiffler, Lydia Shiffler, Elsie Shiffler, Barbara Riley, Eugene Karl, David Shiffler, Eddie Price, John Riley. Harry Hartman, Robert Riley, Mrs. H. j. Hartman, Mrs. Susan Free, Mr. and Mrs D. F. Riley. The Gleaners Sunday school class of the Church of God held their Hal- lowe'en party Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Homer of Front street. The house was beautifully decorated in the season's colors, lanterns and leaves and the time was very pleasantly spent in games, music and guessing contests. A delicious luncheon was served by the social committee and at a late hour all departed after extending thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Horner for the use of their home. Those present were Rev. C. S. Nonemaker. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Reed and children Margaret and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Baiter and son Bobbie, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence .Lone and son Billy, Mr. and Mrs. McMullen, Mr. and Mrs. John Ketrow and two children Billy and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhodes and daughter Fhylls, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McFarland, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lonsdale, Mr. and Mrs. William Young and three children Evelyn, Perdethia and Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Glass, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Martin and children Martha and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ham, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Horner and children Paul, Betty, Lois, June and Lucille, Mrs. William Hamel and daughter Vivian, Mrs. Blanch Ramsey and daughter Jane, Mrs. Thelma Martin and daughter Betty, Mrs. Avis Atkinson, Mrs. Edith Stern, Mrs. Emma Kline and son Junior, Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. Jennie Snoberger and son Roy, Mrs. Florence Marks, Mrs. Annie Lonsdale, Mra. Yundt, Mrs. Lillian Whitfleld, Mrs. Me.ud Fisher and Miss Helen Blake. ' Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lindemer and daughter Vara Ann of Baynton avenue were Thursday guesta at the home Soviet Fliers Reach Coveted Goal NEA San Francisco Bureau Having reached New York, their /foal from MOHCO«', yesterday, tho soviet fliers with 11,000 inllcn noross tho stormy northern Asiatic route back of tlicm, are pictured above as they arrived In Snn Francisco. Mayor John Jj. Davlcs of Oakland In shown congrnlfllnllnff Ciiinmaiulcr S. A. Shcstakov. At, Shrstukov's right IB H. V. Stollgn.v, navigator; Mechanic D. V. Fufncv l» shown nt extreme right, nnd nnxt to him Is I'hlllp K. Ilotolov, assistant pilot. Tha lower picture shows the- prow of their huge converted land plane, named "The Lnml of tho Soviets." Forty-five Drowned In This Wreck Vividly pictured above Is a tragedy of the sea whlc hcost 45 lives—the disastrous wreck of the huge steamer Haakon VII off. tho Norwegian coast. With waves mercilessly pounding It, the big ship Is seen hero, bow up, soon after It had crashed on the rock.s at » speed ot 12 knots, capsized and sunk within a few minutes. The vessel was the pride of Norwegian shipping. EVERETT Work has been started on the Barndollar building on Main street. The front Is being torn out and is to be replaced with a new and modern front. The building is occupied by the Rinedollar tailor shop and Clapper's restaurant. ' Misses' Zelma and Mildred Clapper, students at Juniata college, spent Sunday at their home on Main street. Bruca Zimmerman, ' a student at Juniata college spent Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman of Spring street. O. W. Lloyd of Saxton was a visitor in Everett on Thursday. J. W. Clapper of Saxton was a visitor in Everett on Wednesday. G. W. Huff of Saxton was a visitor in Everett on Thursday. Everett Church of the Brethren, E. M. Detwiler, pastor—Sunday school at 9,'45 a. m., L. Ctfester England, superintendent. Preaching at ,10.45 a. m, and at 7.30 p. m, by the pastor. Morn- Ing subject, "Warning Against Shipwreck." A special sermon to the new converts. Evening subject, "Out of Egypt Into Canaan." B. Y. P. D. meeting on Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. No mid-week prayer services due to the leadership training school which will be in session in this church. !A cordial welcome to all. The Everett Leadership Training school will open next Monday evening at 7 o'clock. The school will hold Its sessions in the Church of the Brethren on Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights, between the hours of 7 and 9, from Nov. 4 to 15. The school is sponsored by district No. 3 of the Bedford County Sunday School association, but it is interesting 1 folks in a number of the surrounding districts, hence It is desired that the church school folks of this district take advantage of another opportunity for developing greater efficiency in church school leadership. The text books for the various courses are in the hands of Rev. A. R. Turner. It would be to the advantage of the student to secure the text before the opening of the school and begin, reading the text. Everett—Yellow Creek charge, Rev. J. E. Scheetz, pastor. Loysburg—Sunday school at 9.30 a. m., Ira Detwiler, superintendent. Worship at 10.45 a. m. • Yellow Creek—Sunday school at 2 p. m., George S. Gorsuch, superintendent. Worship at 3 p. m. Trinity—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m., R. H. Kay, superintendent. Worship at 7.30 p. m. All are welcome at our services. NEWRY Church services at the Lutheran church for the week as follows: Preaching by the pastor, Rev. C. E. Berkey; Sunday morning at 10.40; Sunday school at 9.30; Young People's meeting at 7 o'clock; Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening at 7.30. Services thia coming Lord's day in the Gospel hall are as follows: Bible school at 2.30 o'clock; Evening service at 7.30 o'clock. Herbert English of Altoona will be the messenger of the evening. A 'cordial welcome awaits you. of Mr. and Mrs. M. Lindemer of Altoona. The W. 'C. T. U. will hold their meet- Ing Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Annie Lonsdale, 206 Front street. All members are urged to be present. The Buds of Promise class of the Lakemont Church of God will meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Harriet Conrad, 2105 Union avenue, Altoona. All girls are urged to attend. ALEXANDRIA Mrs. John Price and grandson of Williamsburg spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagerty. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb of Bolivia, N. Y., Mrs. Anna Neff, Mrs. Mollie Knode and sister Miss Belle Shaffer spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schultz of Marklesburg. 'Mrs. Charles Koser and daughter Jean and son Bobbie retured home Saturday from a week's visit to Pittsburgh and Duquesne. Miss Catherine Barben spent a few days with her friend Dorothy. Rutter in Huntingdon. Helen Isenberg and Hughy Isenberg of Juniata spent the week-end with their mother Mrs. Ella Isenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Kyle and daughter Esther, Mrs. Hattie Port and son Elwood and Mrs. Rilla Kyle motored to Piney Ridge on Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Allen Knode spent Sunday with Blanche Llnninger at McCon- nollstown. Mrs. William Rudy spent Monday In Huntingdon, George Bland of Tyrone spent Tuesday in the Loop visiting friends. ,Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Stauft'er and daughter Sarah spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs., Edward Hellyer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kern, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Spacht spent Sunday , in Cold Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brlnninger spent the week-end at .the homo of Mr, and Mrs. John Waite-at Marklesburg, Rev. L. E. Lewis and Rev. R. W. Runyan spent a few days in Philadelphia. John Rudy and Raymond Schultz left Monday for Meadsville where they will spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stultz and family of Hollidaysburg spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hatfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Stouffer and daughter Sarah spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hellyer. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Miller and daughter Greta of Shavers Creek spent Sunday with Mr. • and Mra. Bllger. Frank Robert Howard spent the week-end at Florence, N. J. Miss Helen Slippey spent the past week with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. James Fetterhoof of Spruce Creek. M|-. and Mrs. Samuel Hindman of Wilkensburg spent a few days at their summer home near Alexandria. Miss Belle Shaffer spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. James Fetterhoof of Spruce Creek. Mrs. Wallace Yocum and daughter spent Tuesday, with her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. Graffius of Petersburg. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sipes of Petersburg spent Saturday with Miss May Nolder. Mr. and Mrs. George Spacht, Mrs. Retta Davis and Mrs. Myrtle Cunningham of Alexandria, Mr. and Mrs. James Fetterhoof and two children of Spruce Creek spent Tuesday evening with Mrs. Clara Wray near Spruce Creek. GEESEYTOWN Mrs. Dean Hilcman and daughter Ruth and Mrs. Kryder Bice and daughter Beverly spent Monday In Harrisburg. The pouring of the concrete on the east bound side of tho state highway through here, extending from the cem- etery'on the west to the junction on the east, was completed In three days last week, working on Monday, Thursday and Friday. On Tuesday the work was stopped by the rain and on Wednesday the ground wasr too wet to do anything, but on Thursday and Friday they made good time, both being banner days. On Thursday they poured 9.05 feet and on Friday 1,070 feet, working from 6 o'clock a. m. to 6 o'clock p. m. After finishing this stretch ol road the paver and all other equipment was moved farther east on the highway. David Cartwright had a very serious attack of indigestion last Thursday night, but is better now. Lutheran, Rev. E. E. Hoshour, pastor—Bible school at 9.30; H. L. Felker, superintendent. Morning worship and sermon at 11. Song service at 7,30. You will enjoy these services if you attend. Oct. 24, was a great success. Tho cafeteria at the Hchool will open 01: Monday, Nov. 4. Mrs. Amy Neff will be in charge of the cooking. Mrs. Wallace Wilson, or., and Mrs. J. M, Beck spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Hurry's valley. Elmer Mitchel and daughter spent Sunday in Lewlstown, Mrs. Walker and grandson of Junl ata spent the week-end with her daughter Mrs. Samuel Mench. Myers Accessory Radio works gave a banquet Wednesday evening wh/ch was attended by R. A. Roseborough Charles Roseborough, Floyd Delbaugl and R. R. Russler. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond GOM.H o; Shavers Creek spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs. Charles Goss. Mr. and Mrs. Menry Myers, William Myers, Mr. imcl Mrs. Lynn Black attended a birthday party at State Col lege Tuesday evening in honor of tlieir brother. Mrs. Dessie Wertz is visiting in Al toonu, Roaring Spring and Hollidaysburg for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Boilers, after spending the aummer with their daugh ter Mrs. John McCauley, returned to their home in Mercersburg on Tliura Uuy. Mrs. Benjamin Jones and family ol Lena, O., are visiting her father Mr Frank Fouse. Mrs. Joseph Ammerman of Tyrone .visited at the home of her mother Mm 'Hose McClure and also her uncle and uunt Mr. and Mrs. William Isenberg Mr. and Mrs. Anna Crow and thrct. daughters Helen, Maud and Hazel ol Muncie, Ind., Mr. and Mra. Ed ward Hazlett of Mansfield, O., Mrs Lorunz and two daughters Hermai Smith of Waterloo, Iowa spent a few days with Mra. Elsie Mickey. Mr. and Mrs. John McCauley and Mr. and Mra. Oliver Chestnc-y of I so " Mr - »"d Mrs. Lynn Black and 1. N Petersburg spent Sunday with Miss May Nolder. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Allison of Huntingdon spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goss. Mrs. James Wright, Mrs. Harry Mills and son and Mra. Wliaon Schirm and son spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. D. Wright of Canoe valley. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chilcoat spent the week in Pittsburgh. Mra. Mallie Knode and Miss Bellu Shaffer spent Tuesday with Mr. und Mrs. Allen Knode. Sollera spent Sunday in Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Weaver unu daughter have moved to Meudsvilk from the park house at All'anaa. Mr. and Mr a . Charles Goss _.., daughter spent Sunday with E. J Goss at Shavers Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Scigle wpent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Clair Harnish in Canoe Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bailey and family have bought the Park house at Alfurata and have taken possession. UKEMONTJERRACE Mrs. R. G. Wolf is cbnfined to her lome with pneumonia. She Is slowly mprovlng, Mrs. Lulu Pegg of Pelee islands, 3an., was a Wednesday visitor at -he home of her brothor-ln-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Soyster. Urs. Soyster, who has been confined to her bed for the past few days, is somewhat improved. Mrs. Charles Hiclts of Orchard avenue entertained a number of friends at her home on Saturday evening in honor of her husband's birthday an- liversary. The evening was pnssert n games and music, and at Its close, i dainty luncheon was served by the lostess. Mr. Hicks wns the recipient of a number of pretty nnd useful gifts. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Smith and son Junior, and Miss Grace Ruhy of Curryvilte, Mr. and Mrs. JOSHC Strayer and daughter Pansy, and son Robert, Mrs. Ellen Miller, Miss Mario Miller and Eugene Miller of Hollidaysburg, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bowers and daughter Virginia, Mrs. mie Hiclts, Mrs. Evelyn Gilllland, Miss Verona Hiclts and John Siard of Altoona and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hiclts. The district meeting of the Logan •ouncll, No. 134, Daughters of America, was held on Tuesday evening in the Terrace fire hull with aboul •iix different councils represented and about seventy-five members present. After the regular business session, a pleasant social hour was enjoyed, at the close of which refreshments were served by the members of Logan ouncil. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hoopes spent Sunday visiting In Clcarfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Harland Lasher and daughters Betty and Rose Marie, nnd Roy McKinsley of Cresaptown, Md., spent Saturday visiting at the home •jf Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holt. Miss Helen Prough and Miss Vorna Chamberlain and James Ylngling r-a- :orcd to Everett on Saturday. Edward Holt was a Saturday visitor at Rocttview. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fickes and Mrs. Verna McGHnn were host and hostesses on Friday evening to a number of friends at a masked Hallowe'en mrty in the Terrace lire hall. TThe mil was beautifully decorated for the occasion with black and orange crepe paper streamers, pumpkins, etc. After ;ucsslng the various characters rep- •esented, a pleasant social time waa njoyed, at tho close of which de- icious refreshments of sandwiches, ginger bread, candy and elder were served by the hostesses. Those pres- nt were Misses Audrey Holt, Helen 'rough, Elsie Gottshall, Eva Strelght, Jane McGirk, Elsie Esper, Clara Miler, Edna Gottshall and Miss Laura Wyandt of Hollidaysburg, and Messrs. Arthur Shay, Lester Hllomun, Wiliam Soyster and Paul Ealor Lenning, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gottshall, Mr. and Mrs. John Gottshall, Mrs. Leora Baum, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fickes and Mrs. Elma McGlinn. Merle Miller, who is now stationed at Confluence with the Pennsylvania state highway department, spent Sunday with hia parents Mr. and Mrs. ". M. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. John Snowbcrger and family, and Miss Audrey Holt spent Saturday with friends In Osterburg Sunday will be observed as rally day in the Garden Heights United Brethren church, and Sunday school Special programs are being planned for both morning and evening services and the public is cordially invited to attend both meetings. All1 members who are interested In the rerrace Union Sunday school are Invited and urged to be at tho services on Sunday afternoon at 2.30 as busi- tl °, ' m P° rtan =e will be transacted mat time. CARROLLTOWN Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Stolz of Carrolltown, observed tho twenty-fifth anniversary of their wedding recently/ Their marriage was solemnized in ih» Be . n , edict ' s church, Carrolltown, h^ „ ™ cn \'? me of Mra " stolz having been Miss Wasser. To honor Mrs Stolz, a party was held for her by a group of eighteen laales, who assembled at her home for a program of entertainment, cards featuring the amusements Mr. nnd Mrs. Stolz l.tvo been blessed with a family, all home at the present time. . On Monday evening at the Brandon hotel. Spangler, them will bo an installation of officers for Court 722 Catholic Daughters of America th.i exercises to' be followed by a worlal hour and lunch. Spangler members of the court will play the rolo of hostess to the visiting members. Almost every town in norfh CarnlrJu .county is represented in court ''22 Worthy Matron Kuby Williams of Susquehanna Chapior 208, Order of Eastern Star, was hostes.: to present officers and past matrons of the chapter, at a dinner served at the Brandon hotel, Spanglor, Thursday evening, when between thirty-five end forty ladles were present, Headquarters of tho Suspehanna chapter ur.. at Patton. Miss Williams ru.ildcs In Bakerton. Mrs. Reucl Somervillo and Mm. B. J. . Overberger of Patton . . (-i-aclo is hostesses to a Jurge group of H ,,,.-„,., at the home of the former, WatlnfH- flay evening. Many of *'io guests were from cllstant points, Miss Grace Harris of Washington, D, C., being among them. Dinner and bridge featured tho entertainment. Ex-Senator Joseph O. Clark will nhlp from his Jos-Win game preserve in Indiana and Clearflcl;! counties, several hundred deeer, 250 to be sent to Roosevelt Park, O., anil llfty to Clear water, Flai The anlli-rorl creatures will bo humanely trapped by sports so that no Injuring will be done them before, they are forwarded to their new locatlona. At present there are nearly a thousand deer In the preserve and that number i.i too many for the amount of ground fenced in for their maintenance, about foui acres being the reckoned fending npuce for each animal. Either Lr-.« deer herd will have to be IcHsenrtri or more land corralled for their use. Mr. and Mrs. James McNeils of Hastings observed tho tenth anniversary of their marriage, OMI. 29. A family now graces their home, which has been In Hustings sine; their wedding. Mr«. McNclis was the Miss Ruth Binder, daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. I. L. Binder, ulnu of Hunt- ings. Mr. McNeils is prominent among the business people of north Cambria county. Kev. Father Damlun, O. S. B., *f St. Vincent's urchiibbey, lie itty, is now in charge uf lit. Lawrence's church at St. Lawrence. Forty hours' devotions were hcM lit t'lo church, closing Tuesday. JUNIATA GAP Alexander Brown spent the past. The Parent Teacher's association j week with his brother Guy Brown off supper held, at the school building on Bcllefoute. Daviii H. Lees will k-avo for Huntingdon county where he will spend u. week'a vacation hunting. Mr. and Mrs. J. Uui>a C'ooper left Thursday for a hunting trip through Perry county. Murdorf Mcthudlht--Suncjay school at 10 u. m. Epworlh league at U.3U p. in. Evening worship at 7.30 by tho pastor, Rev. C. W. Kama. Ladies' Aid society will meet in the church-on Wednesday. Prayer service, in the evening at 7.30. Classes Nos. 1 and 2 will hold their monthly meeting In the church on Monday eve nltig. All members of the class are invited to attend. Sunday .school a't tho Sanctuary I'niun nt 2.45. All are. invited to attend, all the services conducted. Broker^ Stage Night Turn Skyscrapers ablu/.o with light In tlin financial district of New York, us clerks worked far into din nlglif, In Hirr-li rcconlh of tho day's frenzied buying and Helling, was the unusual specliicle thul followed tho dUnstrous crash of thn sfock market. Tho lirlglit-lighteil Hcenn ' on lower Hroadwiiy, on the night after values had plunged to n new record low levnl,' Is strikingly pictured above. Proud Mother of Triplets "Thn old woman who lived In » slioo" ?iail nothing on tlii> mother that's living In u barn on .loliu Citirner's farm, near Clinton, Ohio. For ])nl»y—that's linr niimi,— IH tli« proml mother of triplets, HOW tlireo weeks old, who are shown with her here. It's Strange but True "When tlin cat's nwuy, Din nili-n will play"—runs un old uclagn, but tho rule IIIIH linen bnilieu In Memphis, Trim. I'usiim, an ulTiililn old cat owned by Imogeno White, lias lidded this bnby rat to her brood of klt- teim mill has luuglit tlin "urcli-nnniny" to nurse with her own offspring. NEW ENTERPRISE Mr. and Mra. H. B. Ober entertained tliu following persons in their hom« Sunday: Hon. J. Bunkw Kurtz of Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mr«. Byron Ober and, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Luth of Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Henner of Altoona spent Sunday with H. K Kagarlse. Mrs. Uaugliman of Yellow Creek apent Monday at Dr. Gavitte's witli her (laughter Mrs. Martha Scene. Mr. and Mrs. Delmnr Ritchcy and Ilttlo son of Akron, O., are visiting Mrs. Kitchey's parents Rev. and Mrs. H. K. Koontz. Kev. E. M. Detwiler and wife of Everett, and Hev. Bonsack of lilgln, 111., were entertained by Hev. and Mrs. 1). O. Cottrcll on Wednesday. Misses Carrie Wylen, Sara Heploglc and Naomi Wylea attended a young people's rally at HUldlesburg qn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cburloa Arnold of Altoona, and Mr. and Mra. Ambrose Miller of Roaring Spring spent Sunday with Samuel Snoberger and wife. Mrs. 1. J. Di'lwik-r enterlalned the Reformed Aid society at her home Thursday evening of "last week. The evening was spent piecing patched and after H business .ses.sion a luncheon waa served. Those present •were Mrs. C. W. Dittmar, Mrs. Sura, Davis, Mrs. Rose Geibcl, Mrs. Frank Markey, Mrs. Dorothy Haddon and daughter Carol, Mrs. Harry Hitchey and son Glenn, Hope Rllchey of Loyaburg, and Mrij. Daniel Bayer and Harriet Snoberger ol this place. Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Hoover and son and daughter of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Carper of MurUnsburg. and Mra. William Carper and son Simon of Woodbury called at the home of Mrs. j Annie Clapper on Sunday. Among those from a. distance who attended the funeral of Mrs. E. G. t Kelley which was held ut Salernville last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Clar encc Naught and Mr. and Mrs. John Hclinan of .Hoovcrsville; Mra. Emma Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kelley o ShlppenHburg; Mr. and Mrs. Job Shai-ffer and son nnd daughter New Paris; Mra. Emma Butler u Johnstown; Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Uorhebilc and family of Stoyestown Mr. and Mrs. Henry Diehi and soni of New Buena Vista; Mr. and Mrs H. A. Berkey of Windber; Mr. am Mrs. George Kejley, Effle and Lu clnda Keller of Buffalo Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fyock and children o Cumberland, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kelley and children Hazel and Rich ard of Alloona. Miss Helen Hoffman is confined tc her homo with a .severe attack of sor< throat. Me. and Mrs. Ross Barclay am Coy Settlenieyer of Altoona spen Sunday with their parents Mr. am Mra. D. R. Settlemeyer. Harry Metzger of Pittsburgh spen the week-end at his home here. H was accompanied to Pittsburgh b lilw mother Mrs. Mury Metzger. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Detwiler and chll dren spent Sunday with W. W. Speil man of Yellow Creek. Mrs. Durbin Corle and children .. Altoona uro spending this week will her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Teeter. Mr. and Mrs. Brady Ebersole and son of Huntingdon spent the weekend with the former's mother Mrs. Susan Ebersole. Church of the Brethren, Kev. D. O. Cottrcll, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30. Christian Workers' meeting at 7; leader. Mrs. Lawrence Replogle. Church service at 7.'15; subject, "Heaven's Cornage." Missionary society, all day meeting Wednesday at the parsonage. Bible study class Thursday at S. Salemville—Sunday sc.houl at 9.30. Church service at 10.45. Waterside—Sunday school at 9.30. Church service at 10.45. Dr. Paul Maxwell waftt OH »uft< o Philadelphia where on Tuesday no of the city hospital* he underw'enl minor operation. Favorable rep ' f Dr. Maxwell's condltioh comeS is family in this city. A. M. Robinson, Pennsylvania r, oad freight agent, in this .<lUy, urned to his home in South Waflhliig*$| on street, Sunday evening from'Phllfc*^ delphia, where at the Jefferson ho al he was a patient several days owing a tonsil and head oper'atidnWf The many friends of Mr. Robinson arT glad to know that he is recuperating nicely.. /.y' r ; Floyd Covert, manager of an A. arta",^ P. store, at Bamesboro, with Mrs. Cif^ •? ert, visited In the home of his parentW;v Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Covert, South Di-^ : .' vision street, during the week. "'i*;''* Mrs. Charlea R. Cutshall and aon 4 *'. Tanvler, Raymond and Russell ha^b ( •eturned from a sightseeing trip to., •Jew York city. '•" Mrs. Paul A. Milllgan has returned' rom a visit with her parents Mr. and' ilrs. A. M. Houser at McVeytown 1 .' 1 The condition of Mr. Houser, who hftS' een seriously ill, remains unchanged 1 '." Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Taylor and fari*-[ ly of Bellwood visited in the homes Hjt Hon. and Mra. I. N. Taylor and Mrs'. A. M. B. Wagner during the week. ,. Among the town's folk who attended he Lafayette-State football game on Saturday, were Richard Fetterolf, B'. Carl Wharton, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas' B. Weyant, Mr. and Mrs. Russell' Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall 1 Aukerman. '"' Mortician W. Q. Blatt atended a. con- ention of embalmers which was hejd t Reynoldsville during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Longacre have ecently entertained In their home the 1 - ollowlng guests: Mr. and Mrs. Edward: Chaplin and two children, and Miy.' Charlotte Hampton, all of Nossvill*!)' illss Amelia Hampton and Norman' 'ones, both of Neelyton. Mrs. RettaJ Burket, a sister of Mrs. Longacre ft" jlso at the homo of Mr; and Mrs,, iongacre, and has been 111. Fred Carruthera visited over the end of the week with friends at Osceola.' Mills. l: Miss Rickabatigh, a teacher in thtt 1 :lementary schools, visited over tKa end of the week with her home folk ftf Mlllerstown. "' _| Miss Mary Monahan, one of the I'd-] cal teachers, spent the end of the week vith her parents in Port Royal. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Rumberger and son Walter Rumberger, jr., motored .0 Aliquippa. and New Castle last wee-K' and visited Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Moore,' n the former city and the brother 'of' Dr. Rumberger, Wi'lllam I. Rumberget,' n the latter city. The visit was a very ileasant one. Announcement conies to friends irt 1 .his city of the birth of a son, on Saturday, Oct. 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Jay Riden of Sunbury, formerly of thia city. The child will bear the name of 1 Jay Riden, junior. Mr. and Mra. Rldert' made many friends in this place dur 1 -' ng the time that Mr. Riden was ""if member of the high school faculty. '" John Wollett of Pittsburgh spent several days)in the home of his moth,er, Mrs. Annie Wollett, East Milford street. , , Jack Wlke, son of Mr. and Mrs. H, V. Wlke, returned at the end of the veek from Pittsburgh where he spent „ ciichers' institute week with his jrother Harry Wike. The young man's "ather motored to the Smoky City to accompany him home. Guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wertz, East Shirley street, dur- ng the past week included Mrs. Re- leccu, Booher of Orblsonla; Mr. and Mrs. Millard Thomas of Bellwood.; Mrs. G. R. Laird and young daughter* Nlttt and D. E. Wertz of State College ' Mrs. Lewis A. Smith of Johnstowi ' arrived here at tha end of the weel from •;Phlladelph»a i .y,a#d aK ^ where she had spent flvF'weeks. It the Quaker city, Mrs. Smith visited hei brother Charles Robinson and family and in Harrisburg the Smith relatives' While in this city she was entertainee n the home of Hon. and Mrs. I. N Taylor and spent some time -\ylth relk! :ivcs and other friends. She returnej in Sunday afternoon, accompanying ler son Harold Smith, who rriotoretS icre for her. Mrs. Smith resided In Mount Union formerly and has many "rlends to greet her when-she comes to visit. i- Mr. and Mrs. W. • E. Kough of Carlisle and the latter's sister Mrs. Henrietta Borst of Newvllle, motored here on Saturday and remained until Monday visiting relatives and calling on friends In their former home'.' Tha ladles are sisters of Mrs. Mary A. Gay. '.on and Miss Annie M. Rothwell, and Mr. Kough drove the four sisters to Huntingdon while here, where they visited Mrs. Katherine Archey. another sister. -BUCKHORN One of the biggest events of the grade school at the Buckhorn waa staged on Wednesday evening when members of the school participated In a Hallowe'en masquerade party -in the school house which was well attended. Prizes were awarded for the ' various contests. William Cartwright was tho winner in the cracker eating contest ai)d Kennie Krlse was the winner in the jig dancing contest; John Luk: for the best dressed, grandfather, and Raymond Dean as Jlggs, best costume. Among the many guests were Mrs. Alice Kelley, vlb-> linlst, of Chest Springs, aged 75. She played many old, but beautfful violin selections such as "Turkey in the Straw," "The Irish Wash Woman,!' "The Devil's Dream," "Listen to tha Mocking Bird," "When You and , I Were Young, Maggie," and many more of her favorites. She is an aunt of Miss Ita Donoughe, the teacher of the Buckhorn school. Tha guests enjoyed a luncheon consisting of sandwiches, cake, pickles and lemonade, served by the former students. Mr. and Mra. Julius Guskey .qt Johnstown were Sunday visitors at the Hughes home. Mr. and Mrs. William Evans were Sunday visitors of Jack Mearnlc at Tunnelhill. lona Magee was a recent caller on Mrs. Jennie Yingling of'West Altoona. Mountain Top Union church—Sunday school at 10, Mrs. H. Fessler, superintendent. Mid-week prayer service Tuesday evening. PINECROFT A Hallowe'en party was held at Uwr home of C. A. Kitsch Saturday, Oct. 26j Dancing unu games were the feature of the evening, after which a luncheoi) was served. Those present were M,r, and Mrs. Leroy Jacobs of Pineqroft, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Shroyer, Mrs. Paul Lea ell, and Miss Mary Lang of Ai- tucKKi, Margaret Horton, Alberta Burke holder, Loraine Burkholder, ThelnjH, BurUliolder, Catherine Stimmel, Eulfti belle Mountain, Elizabeth Johns, Harold Parks, John Seilhamer and Harpld : Cramer of Pinecroft; Lula Root, Dorothy Fetters, Grace Lego, Hel Weaver, Leone Weaver, Ellery j lard, Harold •$ Grazier, John F 'and Paul Fetters of B.ellwood; Mr, . Mrs. Elmer Zitsch and daughters Cha.i> lotto, Betty and Ruth, kfiss Dorothy Thomas and Mrs. Marie Stevens of New Jersey; Mrs. Ellen Cathcavt of Wilmington, Del., Fred Burket of TVi rone; Jack Hardy, Ermine Frantz, Ira Holes of Altoona; Mr. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. R. p. Zitsch and son Bobbie of Altoona; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Zitscn find son Artie, Mr. and Mrs. L. G, Zitsch of Pinecroft; Mr. and Mrs. C. [C. Zitsch and children Ruth, Martha. 1 Anna, Luther and Charlea.

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