Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 27, 1930 · Page 7
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, May 27, 1930
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i BE MADE Jl I 12 iidi to He Opened add Oon- traftta Let fot' Lirge Mile» age by State Department of Highways. / unite* Pres*;) May 27.—Bids for ' the construction.of the following;'« Will be opened and scheduled on June 12,-the Pennsylvania highway department announced today: Vlegheny county, route R-120, North **wille« township, Cast McKeesport %»rough, .96, .62, .86 miles, brick, concrete, macadam, and construction of * girder bridge. Allegheny, R-394, fctorward, 2.26, concrete. Allegheny, •4-120, Sraddock towrtship, Forest Hills and Wilklnsburg boroughs, 2.11, brick. Clinton, A-7081, Wayne, .50, macadam. Dauphin, R-617, Susque- •hanna township, Paxtang borough, 1.90, concrete. Fayette, Rr288, Men alien and Franklin, 1.43, concrete and girder bridge. Fayette, R-113, Brownsville and South Brownsville boroughs, .85, concrete. Fayette, R-429, Nichol- 'son, 1.55, concrete and bridge. Greene, R-256, Richhill, 6.41, concrete and two arch bridges, jffferson, R-59, Snyder township, Brockway borough, .63, concrete, liycoming, R-331, Bastress anc Susquehanna, 2.21, 2.00, macadam and concrete bridge. Lycoming, A-6958. Armstrong township and Willlamsport borough, .68, .72, concrete, grading i and concrete bridge. Lycoming, R-265. ; - Cummings, Watson and Porter, 8.02 ' macadam. Mifflin, R-499, Brown town- ' ship, .67, .03, macadam and grading Northumberland, R-459, Coal, 1.4' macadam. Northumberland,^ R-161, MI Carmel, .93, .03, conjcrete and gradin;: Pchuylklll, R-755, Union and Wr iZahanoy, 2.21, 1.05, concrete and grurt Jng. Snyder, R-28, Beaver, Spring an- West Beaver, 5.46, concrete; Snyclcr, i R-195,. Perry, Franklin and Washing-i ton, 8.31, macadam. Somerset,, R-186, | Somerset, .43, concrete. Tloga, R-103, Nelson, one span truss bridge, concrete approaches. Venango and Clarion, R-251, Rlchland township and Petersburg borough, 2.20, concrete. Washington, R-736, Union township and New Eagle borough, 4.52, concrete, concrete arch bridge. Westmoreland, R-302, Falrfield township, 3.97, concrete and concrete bridge. Westmoreland, R-525, Seward borough and St. Glair township, .61, .24, concrete and grading. this & that to south fieftd, ted., fi6«W| that the eity *oo< wanted a pair bi bald eagMs, two Sdwth Sender* went afield and obtained two large birds With bald heads froi* a farmer named McMillan. 'A patriotic Jtfdge fined IJttmeif McMillan $18 tot. Violating the federal law against taking captive the na* McJ/Mliaft. regain his fl'3 by testltVing that the birds W«re. not eagles, but buzzards. . • i. • • '« * * In Washington, Representative Ah* drew U Somers of New York received a. letter from tWb of his i Brooklyn constituents; "I would like to know if you could pass a bill providing for half pennies.- The reason is that around our way they sell cakes two for five t « * -'1ft Manhattan, one resiauranteur, emerged from a easy, Hung himself at the u=. Patrolman Witifam Dunn, gnawed leg, roared: "I'm a Hoftf" ' . • * • in Pawtucket, R. 1., br. William* notlfwell, aged 63, is known as a feneroas host, for thirty years He always" stood treat, reached for his wallet Recently he ordered his tomb' stone. The epitaph! "This is on me." , Near Royal, 111., ft turtle climbed upon the west rail of the Chicago and Baater Illinois railroad track, fell asleep. Along came a "trouble car" bearing one H. Duncan, telephone workman, at 20 miles per hour. Workman Duncan was derailed. • * * In Schuylerville, N. Y., firemen went to a fire. There the mayor grew flrs #»»iffl*ni4t . tw ,- wt 1« the pwstdStefr d* LeeRpert, N. t ., was r«eetv%a a Ifettt* addressed: -Lord Almighty,' LotkjWtft, N. *. * * * ift San 'tfranciseo, di»e John Coylson was ottefl'ded when he was arrested for cooking 1 a stew in the big dipper of an idle steam .shovel. * ... * * ffl PeOMA, ill., a drugstore advertised dollar bills on sale at 89c each. Four houra elapsed, many saw, passed By. A -JJetotcH b*rb«f, on Ms way to church, snteted, bought the lot. May . IMshw yest«rd«y aftntftmtftd apptsttit- menl of John Vincent McKenna of ftllswrth as a bituminous mine inspector. Me flits the vacancy cau»ed by the d«ath oil Patrick 3. king. FURNITURE THAT HELPS YOU LIVE A HOME Is more than a place to live in; it is something to live with. Whatever goes into your home becomes a part of your daily life. The furniture we sell appeals to both the artistic instinct and to the appreciation of solid worth. It is built to serve throughout life's journey. HARRY J. KERLIN 900 8th Ave. F. A. Romich, Mgr. / \ ' HfltJI *f Afltttt. Lafterty Funeral Home JS09 BROAD AVENUE Phane M85 Pastel Tints . . of six pastel colors on vamp with quarter of Eggshell Kid. P ASTEL colored footwear to wear with formal summer gowiw. A collection that is unsurpassed for smartness and distinctive color tone. Pink, Eggshell, Maize, Pastel . Green, Pastel Blue and White with Pastel colors. Exclusive • Klevan Bros, models. Pastel color Hosiery In Sheer Clear Chiffon with French heel. MaUe, Blue, Chartreuse, Eggshell . . $1-98. J now you can enjoy HOFFMAN'S Ice w On Your Decoration Day Trip Or any other trip or outing ypu may plan this summer. All you want of it from a gallon upwards ... packed in "Hoffman's Wonder Box" and delivered right to your door. "Hoffman's Wonder Box" is an insulated carton that contains the remarkable new refrigerant— dry ice. It keeps ice cream hard and fresh for 12 hours. This means no messy ice and salt to bother with ... rib empty cans to return. The dry ice in "Hoffman's Wonder Box" simply evaporates—and you throw away the cardboard container. / What more convenient—or cleaner—way could you imagine of buying ice cream for an outing—or for any occasion where you want ice cream in gallon quantities? Place your ice cream order now with the Hoffman Dealer. It will be delivered direct from the nearest Hoffman plant— whenever you want it. HOFFMAN'S "Wonder Box" i Our Hostess Department Suggests That you call 9494 for Ice Cream to take along on your motor trip, picnics, outings, etc. Any order of a gallon or more will be packed in HOFFMAN'S "Wonder Box" and delivered to your door before you start on your trip. You, can also buy many other forms of Hoffman's American and French Ice Creams, frozen puddings, sherbets, ices and meringues in "Hoffman's Wonder Box," and have them delivered right to your door. HOFFMAN5 ICE CREAM ORDER THROUGH THE HOFFMAN DEALER A Product Of National Dairy The Modernized •CN-TON <$•? Presents A Money -Saving Offer o/ the Latest Stytes in DRESSES FOR YOUTH Gay Holiday Fashions for Smart Young Misses and Women •OO $ Bright, happy-go-lucky dresses for playtime and for gay time. Cool, summery jacket frocks, sheer flowery dresses, new short sleeve effects. Many have just been taken out of their wrappings—shown for the first time. Stout Women's Dresses Sizes 42 to 50. $9*75 Neatly styled to create a slenderizing effect. Fresh looking printed patterns, new solid color washable silks. Dressy flowered georgettes. Misses' and Women's COATS RED UCED Three Special Groups Better coats, high- priced coats. er Newest lines—all reduced for quick, selling. Many blacks and navies, with and without fur collars. $5.00 $7.95 $1O White Coats < $5.95 ^$9.75 Flannels and basket weaves in smart ;ape styles and fitted effects. You Must " See These White Kid Purses $1.00 White kid zipper bags and other leather bags In pastel shades. Also novelty cotton fabrics and tapestries. Misses' Polo Shirts 95c Cool, porous material. White and colors, short sleeve models. _ Cool Blousettes $1.00 Smart slip-on sleeveless blouses of broadcloths, voiles and dimities. "Speedy" Bathing Suits, $2.98 All, wool suits in newest models with cut out effects tinder arm. All new color combina-* tions. Newest Styles for Girls of 2 to 14 Cool Bright Dresses 88c $1.00 $1.49 Brand new summery styles. • Sheer, cool materials, cheerful colorings. All guaranteed washable. The largest selections of new dresses for girls, of all ages, to be found at these prices in Altoona. The Most Important Fashion Ideas! New Berets $1.00 $1.59 $3*9* You must have a beret to match your new sports dresses. Here they are in all new weaves, in new stripes, in new brilliant colorings. All low priced. fust Unpacked MEN'S Finer Quality Broadcloth SHIRTS $1.OO When we say "finer" qualities we mean that these • are better' shirts for the money than we have ever shown. New ne^t novelty patterns and plenty plain whites that every man wants now. Collar attached and neckband. All sizes. Introducing Bergman Superior Pure Silk Hose "The Finest for the Honey" There is no better service weight pure silk hose to be had anywhere at this price. We say that because wa have compared this quality to every hose we could lay our hands on add these are by far the "finest for the money." See them tomorrow. More New Styles Just Added! Sale! Women's "Darlyne" Dresses Guaranteed Washable 99C Over a thousand dresses to pick from. New, crisp, fresh! All guaranteed to wash or a new dress free. Plenty of extra largo sizes for stout women. Special Money-Saving Value Boys' Wear Including Boys' Wash Suits Boys' Shirts and Blouses Boys' New Sun Suits Boys' Crash Knickers Your Choice at Each Au extra specif offering that will save you money on ail the things that active fioys will need to wear through th« entire summer. Sues in each lot foe all joya. All guaranteed washable. B c%j c ~L a n\ ci n^ mLm ON-TON

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