Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 2, 1930 · Page 24
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 24

Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Friday, May 2, 1930
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rfstf . 'No. 1, ftfid family, Sfceflt K*«fUI IK' Syracuse, N. t. Befctott, Blacksmith, i«ith ». spent last Saturday fish- left tteyal. He ttsVuriwd with ft pretty bouquet of Eastef , v flh«rfn»ft ;..;». ffrede'loK, blacksmith helper, sWlih Hhftp, No. N 2, was absent frotttfdWty last Week due. to the death - ef.'-lita'.lWrtheft"' . C. W. HaK^, blacksmith* smith shop, No. % 'Wtttrjwd ',tti duty after an illness off*Vi*al days, (J. lv< \G4ftnftltt machinist, scale shop, Mat ifttuJMiced the arrival of a new bfthV^AiiShter. ««• «« the second ch««JH thjifamlly. -. »ritt«keyr machinist, scale shop, abs*nt from "duty due to ill- ' '*' ~ *" " " O«or|* O. Rennets Machinist, scale ghop.'has rettitned t» duty after more than ^» .week of Illness. Ji fc Baffeyf crane operator, scale »; and daughter I&llen, spent the _k>ehd in Philadelphia. ,W, G; ?arkB, -machinist helper, softie shop; Mte-s absent from duty for several days due to illness. Lewis Masueci, laborer, labor department, spent t,he Week-end in New HI. : A. Blckei,' laborer, labor department, spent the week-end visiting friends in New Jersey, k. Charles P. Hoffman, machinist, ma- Fchlne shop, No. 1, has returned, to 'duty after two days of absence due to & to&u colck ' John J. Tlndale and William M. Hullng, machinists, machine shop, No. 1, have returned to duty after several days of illness. Harry W. Brlnkham, machinist helper, machine shop, No. 1, spent the week*end in Winchester, Va. Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Williams and little son, Thomas D. -Williams, HI, son, daughter-in-law and grandson of Thomas D. Williams, gang foreman, machine shop, No. *1. spent a recent week-end with Dr. Williams' parents. > Louis H. Kelley, machinist, machine shop. No. 1, has purchased a new automobile and is .giving his friends rides to and from work. Harry F. Siller, machinist, machine shop, No. 1, Is planning a trip to Southern Fines, N. C. Walter' S. Dunmlre, machinist, tool manufacturing department, spent the week-end In Virginia looking over the apple blossoms. ' A captain In the United States navy notf Is Joel T. Boone, fred-, dent Hoover's personal physician. He's shown abdve In his new i»nl- . fottn after his recent elevation frdm a lieutenant commandersmp. AI/TOONA CAI» SHOPS. John S. Fredericks, polisher in the buffing shop, is receiving the v condolence of his shopmates on the death of his mother which occurred April 22. . Davy Miller, clerk In the stores department, was in Syracuse, N. Y., April 28 and 29, hurrying .material for application • to dining cars. W. C. McCartney, lacquerer in the buffing shop, was oft duty on account .of indigestion from April 24 to 28. Mrs. McCartney is at present recovering from an attack of grippe. F. W. Bathgate, clerk in the pas• senger shop, and secretary of the clerks' general committee, Altoona Works, was In Philadelphia this week ori committee business. Pasquale Bruno, welder In »the buffing shop, and his • wife; daughter and mother spent the Easter season In, Torrlngton with relatives and friends. 1 A. T. Shade, car builde? helper in Line steel shop, is driving a new .sport Roadster. L. Bocchicchla, laborer In the steel •hop, is rejoicing over the arrival of a new boy at his home. The lad arrived on Thursday, April 24. A. R. Arnold, clerk in the tin shop, was off duty several days during the •week of April 28, on vacation. The general foreman's office Is lined up for a chicken 'dinner to be served at' the expense of the steel and tank shop supervisory forces as the result of a bowling victory by the former on Monday evening, April 28 f The date of festivities has not yet been set. The series of games between these two teams has extended over a long period, the general foreman's boys thus far having won twice as many games from the steel, and tank shop bowlers as have been won by the latter team. ALTOONA MACHINE SHOP. Machinists M. M. Weaver and M. E. Kirrunel, erecting shop,. No. 3, are confined -to their respective homes suffering attacks of grippe. Mrs. C. A. Walters, wife of Machinist Walters, erecting shop, No. 3, was a recent visitor in the Smoky City. Machinist A. A. Fraunhofer, erect. ing shop, No. 3, and family, were among those Altoonans wHo journeyed to the national capltol to see the beautiful cherry blossoms. • L. W. Ogden ,auto shop machinist, and family, spent the week-end In Clearfleld. R. A. Elliott, automatic shop gang* foreman, has resumed duty after an illness of ten days. • P. Rutolo, manufacturing shop elevator opewtor, has resumed duty after a .week of illness. Laborers J. J. Hand and Mike Valentino, labor department, were recent absentees on account of illness. • C. B. Barnes, labor department gang foreman, 'resumed duty- after an ill ness of several weeks. Joe Zino, labor department laborer, spent the Easier holiday visiting in New York city. Blacksmith Apprentice Eddie Kozak, smith shop, and wife, Spent Easter with Eddie's parents in Houtzdale. C. H. Shoffner, smith shop helper, has resumed duty after a three-month leave, during which he submitted to a severe operation. Mrs. J. M. Miller, wife of the miscellaneous shop machinist, and her sons, Jim and John, were recent visitors In Pittsburgh. Machinist J. F. Welksner, wheel shop, spent Easter day with friends In Wilkes-Barre. A large number of erecting shop No. 2 employes attended the funera of the father of Machinist C. P. Brady erecting shop, No. 2, and that of Ma- •jhinlst H. C. McCommons. They expressed their sympathy in each case with beautiful floral tributes. \ Machinist B. F. Weitzel, erecting shop, No. 2, has tesumed duty being confined to' his home for the past week. ' Mrs. John Marsh, wife of machine shop, No. 3 machinist, and son Ralph, were recent visitors with Mrs. Marsh's daughter Edlth, N ' who resides in De- r Machlnlst Welder A. A. O'Briaii, machine shop, No. 2, is on the sick list with a severe cold. Miss. Elsie. Flndlay, daughter of Manufacturing Shop Machinist T. W. Findlay, spent several days' recently in Washington, D. C. ..,*,. Fred Johannides, electrical shop electrician, and wife, spent several days recently In Wa Wa, Pa. E. H. Barnett, tin shop sheet Iro^ works helper, and wife, motored to Frederlcksburg, Pa., to spend Easter day with Mrs. Baroett's parents. After patiently listening to certain of their number artfully stretching the limits of veracity with flsh tales extraordinary, tin shop employes are not wholly Unprepared for the fabulous accounts of radio receptivity with which they are now being regaled by Nar- rator'C. A. Stiffler, who recently purchased a new machine, Miss Anna Marie Koastner, daughter of Sheet Iron Worker Peter Koestner, tin shop, recently visited relatives In Pittsburgh. Molder Helper W. V. Bowers, brass foundry, is confined to Ws home by illness. Molder Rob McFarlane, brass foundry, spent Easter day with friends In Philadelphia. Molder Helper Walter Kauffman spent a recent afternoon along the Juniata at Thomps«ntbwn, reporting a catch of four large puckers, a, ten- jound carp and'two catfish. Machinist G. W. Snyder, frame shop, and'wife, were recent visitors in Sun- Sury. . , FAMILY DOCTORS. LEWISHAM, Ireland, May 2.—The Halllnan family is well supplied ^wlth medical advice. When the daughter of Mayor J. T. Halllnan recently qualified' as a doctor, it made the sixth doctor in the family, there being five sons in the'medical Veld. A grandson is also studying medicine. '. , , PLANS CLOWN PICTURES. BERLIN, May 2.—Apparently fearful lest his clownlshness beJOst to, posterity, Crock, the famous European clown, has announced that he is organizing a motion picture company, with headquarters in Berlin, for the puroese of producing clown pictures. FREE. New Book of Fish Reeipei. Write nt. That RIGHT-OUT-OF- THE-OCEAN FLAVOR! GOBTON-PIV nSHBUBS POURS A FINE STREAM Rl IV Drink Upton'* Tea regularly-w* how l» seoHiM Hrad n.rvei. ^y * . Make* you keener after hard bu»lnes» and icclal aetivitie*. •REAL Awarded Pint Prize and Gold Medal for the fine»t tea grown. TEA 1 ">•' H lb " ** lbt and 10c llza * "^ i f,f\ l l".» '• ••"• *• • SATISFACTION LARGEST SAIE IN THE WORID •f\i ™^$~--'§5ei$ Seasonable* food*and housecleaninq needs at very low prices '*: JUST Save the .Premium Coupons 53c ClothesPinS Brooms tmie Per 100 Bael1 820 A & P Barley Nutley'sbleo Pound Pound In Store* With Oleo License. Butter "> 43e » 7 A Wonderful Bread Value Grandmother's tool 5c .Octagon Soap 10 •*» * The Popular White Laundry Soap P&GSoap . . 10W34c With the Very Famou* Flavor Campbell's Beans 4 c— 29c A Candy For the Whole Family Peanut Blossoms 2 «-> 23c RECENTLY REDUCED Market Baskets XMk Spaghetti 3- 1 *-* Elbow Macaroni 3 POMd ' Navy Beans 3 P(MUI<U 25^ Del Monte Coffee POMd Puritan Brand Malt Cu> Santa Clara Prunes Apple Butter Every Meal Brand 37-0*. /or Crisp, Crackling Jersey Corn Flakes . . . 3 Rajah V Salad Dressing 2 Rajah Sandwich Spread 2 17c 29c 1.29 National Biscuit Company Lady Fingers 2pk g s. 23e / i • • National Biscuit Company Cherry Mounds "-29C . ...' ' f • '• - *' ' ,' * Eight O'clock Golden Saritos Coffee ; -._" LI*. 25c ^ / IU oz. jar Spring A,* r Pure Fruit Preserves Fancy Rice B1 " E '" 4 X *Blenheim Apricots lb '27tf ' Miiir Peaches lb< Post n-a:i Flakes 2 1>l " f "' Shredded Wheat m Puffed Rice m Pillsbury's Bran pk * I? v |...«*.t. I-emon, Orange, Bottle EiXiraCl vanilla, Almond Old Dutch Cleanser 3 CaM Scrubbing Brushes E " oh Galvanized Pails 10 * »•* 25^ Handy Mandy Mops Eaoh 49tf Banner Lye "-'•« 13c Bon Ami Powder pk * wlimalene Softener Climax ^Cleaner 3 \ Crlipo Fig Bars 2 lb Tweed's Fare Honey For Making Jellies Certo WHERE ECONOMY MHfS Orange Pekoe Tea Salada ft lb i (on« Cocoa lb ' CaB Gelatine Dessert 2 pk " Fine Meats SATURDAY SPECIAL " Chuck Roast i&. 23c f. The«e- Cbaek pot rout and Cut from selected yearling beef. The«e- Cbaek Boaiti make a moit deUeloai flue flarored KMT?. Fruits & Vegetables Crisp Celery Fresh Spinach Strawberries Lettuce Oranges Green Onions 2 2 " . . 25c 15c 29c 2 Heads 19c Dosen 69c ; 2 Bunches 9c New Peas Tender & Sweet 2 ««• 25c . Drawn, Roasting, Chickens * 39c poun Powi4 *"""• ro<u> * Lean Pork Chops Lamb Chops 0 Rolled Rib Roast Veal Shoulder Pork Loin Roast Legs of Lamb Sugar Cured, Hickory Smoked Skinned Hams £b. 24c Fancy Sugar Cured Sliced/Bacon . 29c ^TATLANTIOPACIFIC T€A CO. These Prices Effective In Stores In Altoona and Vicinity.

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