Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 2, 1930 · Page 33
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*v JUNIATA ^V< ?«f ^ *4 k f -.._ Jfeyjftttn* PftrSit-feacnor asso r tfcjft toll me*t Monday evening, R hi the Keystone school. The j will Include. Community by the association; devotions 'jRev. H. W. Bender, pastor of R Lutheran church; piano Mis* Erdean Buddie; ad- J'HlMfts, Miss Margaret Brumbaugh, Bfcfetftry of the Child's Welfare League of AHoona; vocnl duet, Mis* \Xtftrtha McClosky and Fnul Sharar; E. <\<S. Gundernlhn. patron of the Keystone *fchool will give a talk on "His Travels": piano selection. Mrs. Edgar Ste«k; reading, Miss Ruth Crider. All patrons are cordially invited to attend the meeting. A number of guests were charmingly entertained Tuesday evening, April 29 ' tn th« home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. • Yohn, 121S Seventh avenue. In honor tof their daughter Miriam. Gayety was the keynote of the evening and one 6f the "pleasant features was a delicious luncheon served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. J. Edgar Robinson of Altoona. Mrs. Robinson presented "Miss Miriam with a beautifully deco- frated birthday cake with eighteen Bandies. The young lady also received tnany pleasing gifts. Those who enjoyed the evening were Misses Alice Mc- Garvsy, Alice Craine, Lulu Rockwell, Virginia Nagle. Beatrice Rhodes, Dorothy Forsht. Miriam and Joyce Yohn; Messrs. Criswell Harpster, Malvin .Rosevear, James Wyland, Francis Oakley, Harold Reisinger, James Glasser * and Wesley Fields. The Juniata Soldier, Sailor and Marine club will meet this evening at 7.30 o'clock, in Rogers No. 1 fire hall to make arrangements for the observance ' of Memorial day. The members of the club are requested to be present. The Friendship circle of the Presbyterian church will meet this evening at the home of Miss Norinne Bailey, 621 Ninth avenue. A good attendance Is urged. JCNIATA THEATRE Friday and Saturday CLARA BOW In "DANGEROUS CURVES" Vltaphone comedy act; News; Mickey Mouse, Sound Cartoon. If the weather conditions are favor* able, Boy Scouts troop No. 44 of Grace' Evangelical church will go on a hike on Saturday morning. The hike will be taken to the mountains' and will be largely a nature study expedition. The pastor of the church will accompany the troop which will leave the,church at 8.30 a. m. Each boy will take food with which to prepare his meal. The Branches of the Vine class of the Otterbeln United Brethren Sunday school will be entertained this evening at the home of the teacher, Mrs. L. Mae Gearhart, 729 Fifth avenue. The members are requested to be present at 7.30 o'clock. The regular monthly meeting of the Laura Weston Loyal Temperance Legion will be held. Saturday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. rooms. All members are urged to attend the meeting. The Climbers class of the First Methodist Sunday school will meet this evening In the lecture room of the church. Every member is urged to be present. Trinity Lutheran coimcll met on Monday night and elected John H. Troutman as the delegate to attend the annual convention of the Allegheny synod which meets May 19-22 In Temple Lutheran church in Altoona. The pastor and Mr. Troutman will officially represent Trinity. Mrs. Charles Casner, 110 West Ninth avenue will entertain the B. M. Club this evenmg. A booster meeting of men will be held in the First Methodist church this evening at 7.30. Rev. J. E. Beard pastor of the Eighth Avenue Methodist church, will speak, emphasizing a great and worthy task. All the men, members and friends, of First church are urged to be present as many interesting matters will be discussed. Invitations were given out Sunday and some have been mailed to the men so that as large a number as possible will be present. The pastor, Rev. W. W. Banks, C. C. Cooper, J. W. Myers and C. H. Renninger are the committee that has tried to secure the attendance of all the men tonight. The Honor Roll association held ttielf May meeting in the Y. M. C. A. par- ors on Thursday afternoon with fifty* wt> of the retired veterans present to enjoy this May day program. The meeting was presided over by the pres- deht, Stewart C. Cowan, and the group enjoyed the usual enthusiastic Sbftg-fest. Miss Pearl Cowher, who ma given of her time and talent,so Unstintedly, presided .at the orgaft. Tne songs used for these song feats are the ones dearest to the hearts of he aged vacationers and they certain- y do sing with genuine pleasure and 'lm. The address of the afternoon was ;lven by Rev. Samuel W. Strain, the lewly assigned pastor 'to the Co- umbla Avenue Methodist church. Rev. Strain held the undivided attention of his audience by his very eloquent and ntensely interesting address on "La*enforcement." A very cordial welcome will always await Rev. Strain at any ime that he may be a.ble to pay the association a return visit. H. S For Rent—l-'our room, first floor apartment, 710 Broadway, Juniata. Phono 23807. Adv. ; BEAVERTOWN : The Beavertown school closed Friday with the following pupils having ' perfect attendance records: Louise Henry, Carrie Russell, Edith Criswell, Adda Fern Paul, Kenneth Henry and Clifford Fouse. Adda Fern Paul has * already received three seals for per- : feet attendance. ' Mrs. Elsie Sorrick and daughter . Naomi of Hollidaysburg spent Easter , at the home of her brother and sister- 1 in-law Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Erb and * family. ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Nixon of Johnstown and Mearl Paul of Williamsburg were dinner guests Sunday * at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William -f Paul. ! Mr. and Mrs. Emmert Brumbaugh * and two children of Claysburg were , recent dinner guests at the home of J -Mr. and Mrs, R. J. Erb and family. *' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parks of Wil- J liamsburg spent Sunday at the home of Mr.-and Mrs. Lloyd Lynn of Wil- liamsbUrg, R. D. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Frye and f am- Mly'of Martinsburg took dinner Sunday ' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emory ' Frye and/-family. - —Mrs;' Arminta,, Grazier of. Juniata is I upending a few i ,w«eljs,.a|;. J tha-.b.ome of ] her sister and ftr.qther-m-law Mr. and I Mrs. L. D. Ack«vJ>'; . '."-.. «' Mr. and Mrs. .'.William Paul and '*! daughters Mrs. Robert .Nixon., and "» Mabel spent Wednesday {tf the home v of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith of i "Piney Creek. • I Mr. and Mrs. Chester Reed of Eni triken spent Sunday at the home of 4 Mr. and Mcs.. Charley Criswell. Ed- I ward Detwiler spent Sunday afternoon * at the same home. * Little Vivian Daughenbaugh, who | was sick, is better. , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lininger and son * Fred and daughter:Jean of State Col* lege and Miss Harriet Lininger of I Audubon, N. J., spent the week-end « with Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Lininger. Mr. ' and Mrs. Homer Fouse of Huntingdon 1 spent Sunday afternoon at the same { * 'home. . Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Lynn and ) family were Sunday dinner guests at ! the home of the former's brother Wil- 1 liam Lynn and family of Willlamsburg, R. D. I The following were Sunday dinner i guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ]' George Swartz: Mr. and Mrs. Paul J Greaser, daughter Emily and eons Doni aid and Ted of Hollidaysburg, Mr. and t Mrs. Ralph Isenberg and sons Robert (and Charles of Williamsburg and Mr. " and Mrs. Edward Fisher and daugh- 'ter Lamar and son Max of Lewistown. Mrs. N. H. Royer called Sunday after- i noon at the same home. J Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Shriver, Mr. and i Mrs. Frank Shriver, Mr. and Mrs. C. i E. Frye and family and Mr. and Mrs. 1 .Chester Frye and family spent Sunday * at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. i Shriver and family of Fredericksburg. * Mrs. Sbriver has been ill for some time ! but is Improving. ! Mr- and Mrs. Bruce Butler and baby J and Miss Mabel Baily of Roaring I Spring spent Sunday at the home of | Mr. and Mrs. Paul'Baily of Fair Val- I ley. * On Saturday evening the many f friends of Mrs. James Zimmerman of J Fredericksburg gathered at her home ! to remind her that she had reached 4 the fiftieth milestone of her life. The t evening was spent in a social way. i After refreshments of Ice cream and ' cake were served the departing guests * wished Mrs. Zimmerman many happy » return* of the day. Those present * were: Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Dilling and , children, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Dilling 4 and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eivin t Baker and children, Mr. and Mrs. Les- .4 ter Sollenberger and children, Mrs. i Ephriam Sollenberger and children, ' Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Riley, Mr. and I Mrs. Harvey Frye, Mr. and Mrs. James * Zimmerman and, family, Catherine *. Keneinger, Naomi Kensinger, Evelyn •, Kenelnger, Anna Kensinger, Leda n, Kensinger, Blanche Brumbaugh, Helen < Brumbaugh, Irene Brumbaugh, Cletus * Summer*, Oscar Biddle, Margaret * Zdiunernmn and Clara Kensinger. ' The following were visitors during , the pant week at the home of Mrs. I. , A. Showalter of Shellytown; Mr. and * Mrs. Harry Greenleaf and Miss Cora < Greenleaf of Martiusburg. Mrs. Elmer .' Hoover, Mrs. Suban Replogle, Mrs. Charlie Burnett and daughter Hattie * Of Roaring Spriug, Miss Olive Barnett * and Albert Warwick of Pittsburgh. . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clapper aud ton * CtjtU'itis of Woodbury, Mr. and Mrs. •• Charles Goriuan of Altoona and Mr. 4 and Mra. Ollie Gorman of Ohio who II are spending some time at the Showal- ', lei home. Ur. aod Mre. A. K. Bechtel of Shelly* town tpent Sunday iu Wiiliam&ljurg. * Ml', and Mi's. Frank TroxelJ and I fatally of near Williamaburg spent * Sunday aJtemoon at the home of Mi * fcud Ml*. A. K Buchttl OJ SUellytown * Mi', aud Mi». Johu Shelly ol Wil! U*.lo»burg <julie.(J Tuesday evtning at i llio UoU>C of Mr. add Mrt. Ruyniuncl I jihttlly of bljell> to*u. I* Ciiir'e* Flaig of WilUanib^ui« h* a » leJsldeul of Shell) IUHU. BELLWOOD Sunday May 4, is adult day in the Grace Lutheran Sunday school at 9.30, all the adults of the church and Sunday school, are asked to be present. There will be a short program. The second of a series of addresses before the Hi-Y club of Bellwood, comprising twenty young men mnging in ages from 14 to 20 years, will be given by William Robert'Fuoss Monday night at 7.30 o'clock in the auditorium of the P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. The club selects the themes of its speakers and Mr. Fuoss' subject is announced as "Clean Living." A brief literary program precedes the address. Mrs. Ira Burns, wife of postmaster Ira Burns, suffered painful bruises Wednesday in a fall at her home. Mr. Burns who has been ill since last fall is now improving. Finley Strunk, until a few months ago employed in a clerical position by the Pennsylvania railroad company has secured a position with the state highway department and has been assigned to road Inspection near Alexandria, Huntingdon county. The highway department Is improving the road, over Warriors ridge and will make. t£-"'nup4ber of decided changes. The Ladies Bible class of the Lutheran- Sunday school will hold their meeting in the Sunday school room this evening in place of the home of Mrs. Stevens, as was previously announced. The Missionary society of the United Brethren church will meet this evening at 7.30 o'clock. All members arc urged to attend as arrangements will be made for the convention. FOB SALE—Knrly cabbage, cauliflower and Tomato plants now ready. All transplanted plants. Other plants In season. K. C. Syling, 502 Martin St. Bellwood, l*a. Adv. NEWRY Mrs. Lena Hite and son Earl and Miss Marjorie Bleicher spent Sunday with friends in Altoona. Mrs. Zella Noel and Mr. and Mrs. George Statler of Altoona were late guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Conrad. William Buckle, who has been in falling health for some time, is now very seriously ill at his home. Mr. and Mrs. John Hawbecker ol Hollidaysburg are spending a few days with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Eicher. Mr. and Mrs. John Beegle, jr., Mrs John Weaver, Mrs. Herbert Cassidy and Mrs. Russell Cross were late guests of friends in Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hileman and children, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Butler and children of Roaring Spring and Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Franks of Holli da,ysburg were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. Edward Cassidy, sr. Mrs. Barbara Oldham has returned to her home in town after spending the winter months at Lakemont with her daughter Mrs. Minnie Ott. Misses Dora and Alice Dodson o East Freedom were late guests of Mr and Mrs. Elmer Glass. Mr. and Mrs. John Wisler and two children of New York were week em guests at the home of I. S. Miller and family. Mrs. Margaret Thompson, Mr. anc Mrs. Fred Eger of town and thei guests Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moye and son of Ohio spent Sunday with Mark Yingling and family at Lilly. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miller Mr. and Mrs. William Ricemeyer and Mis: Annetta Beegle of Altoona were Sun day guests of the latter's parents Mr and Mrs. John Beegle, sr. Church services at the Lutherai church for the week as follows Preaching by the pastor, Rev. C. E Berkey, Sunday morning at 10.30. A this service Adam Baker of Hollidays burg will give a piano solo; Sundaj school at 9.30; young people's meeting at 7 o'clock; prayer service Wednes day evening at 7.30. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wilt and cliil dren ol Greenwood were late guest of the former's brother Chester Wil and family. The following ia the honor roll fo 1 the eighth and last month of thi J term and also for the entire term ; Grammar room—Reuel Conrad, Rob erl Conrad, Francis Weaver, Allen I Gochnour, Harvey Niswonger, Clar I en.. t Kiswoiigcr, Fred Duganne, Wil furd taunt, Harold Shaw, Rober I Long, Puul Leighty, Mae Shaw, Ruth I N. Shaw, E. Ruth Shaw, Olive Shaw and Ea-ther Smith. Primary room— Margaret Beegle, Dorothy. Diehl, Rhel da Shaw. Ruth Weaver, Cecil Black , Rodney Conrad, Luther Conrad. El • dun JJiehl, Teddy Long, Blaine Long , Paul Guclmour, Homer Glunt and Ben jamin Uelnck. Honor roll for the term Keuel, Hob %rt and Rodney Conrad. Clarence an (Harvey Kiswonger, Harold aud Jl ;Ruth Shaw and K.-.ther Smith. [/ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ktatlcr of AI toojia moved into the'r rectjitlj e.ad remodeled liouav. TYRONE ,^.,~j also gave a short address. Arrangements for a trip to Jersey. Shore are under way and this outihg,. the flrst if the series of activities, planned for he summer months, promises to at- ract a large group of the veterans and their wives to the Susquehalma -alley town, s At a business meeting of the North- vood Parent-Teacher association held n the Northwood school, Miss Myra Wilier, one of the teachers, was elected a delegate to the Blair County Par- nt-Teacher association meeting to be held in Altoona x on Saturday. Mrs. ..otiis Snellbaugh and Mrs. John Feters were elected auditors, While the ifflcers ifOr the ensuing year will be s follows: President, Russell Brulk- ^hank; vice president, Mrs. D. C. Raabe; secretary,• Mrs. Robert Mills; reasflrer, Mrs. Mary Reeder. During he past year the association earned a.nd spent the sum of $109. During this meeting, some very interesting remarks were made regarding the International and Indian Association work. The schools enjoyed their annual picnic in the school building on Wednesday afternoon. A lot of new games, along with the old favorites, good nusic and tempting eats were the fea- ttres of the picnic program. Dr. J. Edgar Skllllngton of the Al- oona district, was a guest of the Co- umbia , Avenue church folks on Wednesday evening at which time he gave a most interesting and Inspiring address during the mid-week prayer ind Biblo study hour. Dr. Skilllngton ater conducted the first quarterly lonference of the church of the present lonference year. The Fidelity class of the First Meth- idist Sunday school will hold .their, itay meeting in the parlors of the church school' building this evening at 7.45 o'clock. The rainy -day bags will be opened and other .Interesting business features will be considered. All <the members are urged to be iresent. Everything is in readiness for the Big Y. M. C. A. circus, to be opened his evening in the gymnasium with more than two hundred boys and girls aking part. Circus time is a jolly oc- ,asion and this annual event Of the oca.l Y always attracts great crowds uid the program arranged for this 1930 >roduction outclasses all predecessors. Tomorrow evening the great performances will again be staged for the benefit of all those who were unable o attend this evening. This is one entertainment that the entire family e*njoys, so take all the kiddies and grownups and enjoy the great circus evening. Guests at the Methodist Home dur- ng the past week: Cora W. Hudson, Mrs. Velda Fielder and Mrs. Gladys Vfi Lininger, Jersey Shore; Mrs. Mary L. Mock, Huntingdon; Mrs. A. W. Clay, Lewistown; Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Gayford, Harrlsburg; S. S. Hildebrand, Bellwood; Mrs.. Carrie Manbeck, Petersburg; Paulino Peters, State College; Mrs. J. L. Soey, Har- risburgii Mrs, E.. H.. Gottschall, Har- risbur'g; E. L. Patterson, JOhnstown; Anna B. Marks, Jersey Shore; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Weber, and L. C. Thompson, Bellefonte; A. M. Apgan, Huntingdon; Mrs. Anna M. Hurtzier, and Clayton Hurtzler, 'Belleville; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wicham,. J. H. Auen, E. E. Rogers, Mrs. Rosa M. Spriggs, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Decker, Mrs. Bertha Maines, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Maurer, Mrs. R. Woomer, A. R. Weekland, Mrs. Helen Weekland, Rev. J. Perry Miller, Elizabeth Ayers, Elizabeth iarbis and Margaret King, all of Altoona. The Glee clubs, of the /Tyrone High school will present their very delightful and interesting operetta on Monday evening, May 5, in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium. "Miss Cherry Blossom" is the title of the musical production and it carries a most appealing story of young life and the love of a very attractive young Japanese maiden, and a stalwart American youth, which is delightfully interwoven with .the elaborate musical offerings. A screaming comedy role is most ably carried by David Swartz as "Kokemo," the guardian of the heroine, and the difficulty he encounters with the pro- nounciation of his English is decidedly humorous. Wanieta Hawke, is mos appealing in the role of Mis6 Cherry Blossom, the little Japanese maiden around whom the play circles. The rehearsals have been going on for a number of weeks. Miss Margarel Nash, music supervisor, and director of the operetta, is exceedingly wel' pleased with the progress being made and will be very proud to present the group to their audience on Monday evening. The choruses will be made up of the girls and boys who are members of the Glee clubs but who are not holding leads in the play Stanley .Plachecki will have charge of the lighting systeni; and Elmo Richards and Alex Dannaway, will be responsible for tho stage properties The operetta promises to be one ot the outstanding production of the present school year and it is hopec the efforts of the student body to entertain will be met with the hearty cooperation and appreciation of the citizens of Tyrone by a capacity audience on Monday evening. SOHOOLS WILL MUSIC WEEK PfcOGRAMfi National music week will _be ob* served bj^ the Hollidaysburg schools, May 43fl.;/' This will be thfe fourth annual Series of music programs given n the High school auditorium by all he elementary schobls and High ch'opl music organizations to which he public has been invited. The programs ihcludls character ongg, folk songs, dramatizations, caB- atas, drills, plays, choruses, Instrumental Imitations and 1 rythrrt band numbers, the rhythm band Is a group if first grade pupils from all the lUildings that give an excellent ae- ount of themselves 'air. the youngest mnd Irt. the community. The. elemen- ary schools will .give their. programs in Mohdtty Tuesday,, Thursday and iYlday evenings. The High school Iris' glee club 'and High school band vlir.render programs on Wednesday vening while the' orchestra will close he music week festival on Friday evening as the second part of the eve- ing's program. The elementary school music programs have been prepared and ar- anged by Miss Frances Cease, supervisor of elementary school music, who has been very successful in her irst year's work at the county capital. 5h,e is being assisted by the class bom music teachers. The .High school programs will be Irected by Professor Cyrus D. Thompon, director of High school music. All of, the music programs will begin at 8 o'clock 1 . The doors will be ipen at j[.15 o'clock at which time patrons may enter the building. The innual school work exhibition will be held during the same week. The ichool extends a most cordial invita- ion to the public to hear the music 1 WESTWOOD PARK Norman Cover and family have moved into their newly purchaser home on Juniata gap road. Miss Marian Gorman of Spring Mills, Centre county, s spending-a few weeks with her brother and fain ily Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gorman Kermit Leedy has returned hom< sifter spending a week with friends in Cincinnati and Columbus, O. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ashcroft daughter Edna and son Robert, Mr and Mrs. Robert Copelin and daugh ter Christine, all of Philipsburg, wen Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs. John N. Moore of Park av enue. Mrs. Samuel Ingham, who has been confined to her home by illness, is convalescing and able to be around Dick Orner, a student at Westing house High school, Pittsburgh, has re turned home after spending a few days with his friend Keith Leedy, here. Mr. and Mrs. William J. McTagu< and children of Gallitzin and Mr. an< Mrs. C. W. Greenfield and children o Worthington spent Sunday with thei mother Mrs. C. T. Stephenson. Rev. J. D. Dolaway, who lives witr his daughter and son-in-law Mr. an Mrs. Edwin Gates on Park avenue ^si spending some time in New Yorl visiting a son. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stephcnso and children Sara tind Dick, and Ml and Mr.-i. Thomas IJobb.s of Johnstowi .spent Wednesday visiting friends an relative's here. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hakenstein, formerly uf Wehnwoud, are occupying tbeir uew iiouie 011 Park avenue. HOLLlDAfsSulG'S WEEK E»D NE programs anfl Jftspeit th« school wdrk t, . v ' . Monday and Tuesday evening 1 IN ALTOONA NOW SHOWING WINNIE LIGHTNER JOE E. BROWN in 'Hold Everything' Lloyd A. Smith General Insurance & Real Estate Phone Office 128-J Walsh Building Hollidayftburg, Fa. Old Line Companies Metropolitan Casualty Co. Commercial Casualty Co. Central Fire National Liberty Fire General Agent for State Life Insurance Co. Mortgage Loans iSI-EN-TIFFICK SHOES Retail" Width* AAA-Kf Perfect Fitting Arch Shoes - - In black kid, blonde kid, patent leather and white .kid. In strap and tie patterns. Leather or covered heels. $e.oo 5 LASSER SHOE SHOP Holllduydburg exhibit, programs are 1 as follows: •, (a) Monday Evenlftf, M»y'«, -Folk dance, "Minuet," fourth grade, Gaysport. (b)—Sohgs, first grade, Hlllcrest. 1, "Shoemaker's Dance"; 2, "A Little Song"; 3, "Sandman," solo; 4, "Star"; 5, "Action Song—Run (c)—Fom P 'dance, "Highland Fling," sixth grade, Central, (d)—The Toy Shop—second grade, Central. 1, "Soldier's Three"; 2, "Dolls Lullaby"; 3, "My Dolly"; 4, "Teddy Bear"; 5, "In Drowsy Land." e)—Sailors' dance, boys, fifth and sixth grades, Gaysport. (f)—Songs, third grade, Gaysport. 1, "Flow Gently Sweet Afton"; 2 "Do You Know"; 3, "Sleep Song"; 4, "I See You." (g)—Cornet solo, "Sweetheart Mine," Anna Rae Schroeden (h)—Folk dance, Dutch, fifth grade, Central. * Tuesday Evening, May «. • (a)—Songs, flrst grade, Gaysport. 1, "Tip Toe March"; 2,. "Pussy Willow"; 3, "Star"; 4, "Jack Frost"; 5. "Threshers"; 6, "The Wind's Work." b)—Selection, rhythm orchestra. Members selected from primary ' grades. "March of the Brigands." (c)—Cantata, "Spring Cometh," children's chorus. Members selected from elementary grades. (d)—Selection, "Peasant's Dance," rhythm orchestra. (e)_Folk dance, "Ribbon Dance," fourth grade, Central. f)—Selection, songs, rhythm orchestra. i visit from the atorfc, -tofto U#t ifr . lousehold a fine youttg sb«. TH* MlO«; lewcomer Wl\l bea* the Homer siugene Leapir. " the auspice* of the ; erian Boy Scouts, A bake 9ate wilt b<5 leld on Saturday afternoon tit 2.30 clock In the vacant ( store room ift the Stultz block In the Diamond. 'Public iatronage Is solicited. Mr. and MrS. Ward McLanahan of 901 Walnut street have returned home rom an autohioblle trip" to Martina^ iurg, W. Va., wliere they were' en- ertained by frletids at their former ome. . Mrs. C. Hoov'er, mother of Special 'olice Officer Calvin -N. Hoover, who' las been in failing health for the past everal weeks, is a patient In the ilercy hospital, Altoona, where She Is undergoing treatment. Tickets have been distributed for the mother and daughter banquet which will be held this year In the Lutheran estive hall, the flrst report on tickets s to be made on May 7. The banquet s Thursday evening, May 16th at 6.30. The meal willjbe prepared and served iy the Young Women's Christian asso- :iation. The price of tickets is the ame as in other years. Any girl In he llfth grade and above will be admitted in company with her mother.. Tickets should be purchased now in irder to reserve a place. The seating ,apacity is limited to 226. , The residents of the Presbyterian home are very grateful to the girls of the Young Women's Christian association of Hollidaysburg for Easter remembrances In the form of Easter lowers. They were very lovely and tho residents of the home greatly en- oyed these colorful Easter gifts, and :he loving thoughts that prompted the :lfts'from their young friends. The following persons were numbered among the visitors at the Pres- jyterlan home during 'the week: Rol- In McKenzle of Baltimore, Md., Miss Mary McGee of Pittsburgh, J. H. Champeho of Hollidaysburg, R. D., Mra. Frederick Osterle ' of Juniata, Miss Annie B. Matthews of Altoona,, William Fay of Willlamsburg and Frank H. Fay of Hollidaysburg: Gordon Council and two sons auuig . of All :oona, Mrs. Maud Griffith and Mrs. Mary McDonnell and daughter Margaret of Tyrone, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Moore of Altoona, N.-'L. Shade of Hollidaysburg, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dunmlre and Mra. Rose Dunmire of Juniata, Mrs. A. B. Silverthorn of Huntingdon, Miss Clara Fouse of Maftins- burg and Mrs. F. W. McCall of McAlevys Fort. John W. Allen has purchased the Melvin Ypung property at 905 Penn street. Mr. and Mrs. Allen and family who, for several years have resided in the apartment on the second floor of the Allen drug store, will take immediate possession of th<?ir new home. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin " Young will move in the near future to Harrisburg where Mr. Young has accepted a position. Rev. Barnett H. Hart, pastor of the First Methodist church, announces that he has planed a series of special Sunday evening sermons, which he designates as "A Series of Practical Sermons, on. Practical Subjects. 1 ' The first of the series will be preachec on Sunday evening, May 4, at 7.30 o'clock and Will be scheduled thereafter during the Sunday evenings In May. The general theme of the sermons will be "Just Folks." Following is the list of the sermon subjects and the dates on which they will be presented: May 4, riage",; May 11, "Successful Mar"The Mother," (Mother's day) ; May 18, "Causes of Failure — Before Marriage"; May 25 "Causes of Failure— After Marriage.' TASTY ANGELFOOD AND • SPICE CAKE at THE BAKE SHOPPE The Home of the Falrvlew Bread 203 Allegheny St. Adv. Latest Modern Books LENDING LIBRARY Ppr Day Greeting Cards — Newspaper* Magazines McGILLS AWNINGS Many New Style* to Choose From We'll Gladly Show You Samples Bright stripes, or solid tan, green, blue, and orange. Order now, and let your home be among the flrat" to display thcae gay new awninga. Wa will gladly furnltth estimates upon request Furniture Repairing Upholstering Keys made to order; linoleum laid BICE'S CABINET SHOP 538 Hickory Street Hollidayiburg, Pa. Phone 557-J The residence of Mr. and Mm. ard LeapW, ill 'Walnut itrftt, gladdened oh Thursday, April ft*, 'fey of DUNCANSV1LLE The ladies of Sjt. . Patrick's Catholic church at New'ry, residing in Duncansville and immediate' vicinity, arc sponsoring a five hundred party and bingo benefit to be held In St. Patrick's hall at Newry" on Thursday evening, May 8, and all have been extended a cord- al invitation to attend. Local Catholic ladies, members of St. Patrick's parish, are distributing tickets. A substantial lunch will be provided during the evening, being included in the price of the tickets. This was the last day of school at the Cross Keys primary school, where Mrs. Emma McKriight was tho teacher during the past term and as a closing day event, a demonstration and entertainment program la to be presented by the pupils in school building th« auspices of ttts ttH*n -Boy Scftula, a -Wrt will be lield on Saturday , May 8. Arsons having cbfitf IbfltWfts f o? this tyle, »re asked . to hbtity of th* iioutfl and i articles fee GRAND HOI.LlUAV8BUltCi ^""CRAWFORD Today and Tomorrow JOAN CRAWFORD "UNTAMED with Robert Montgomery and Ernett Torrence 99 Metro Goldvyn Mayer Picture Comedy Harry Langdon THE HEAD GUY" I'iiUie bound News this evening at 7.45 o'clock, with a cordial invitation extended to parents, directors and the entire public. The school has four grades and each grade will have a part, demonstrations being planned in reading, spoiling, English and. arithmetic. The demonstration period will be followed by an entertainment program of music, song and story. The May meeting of the Krider Young Ladies' Missionary society of the: Evangelical Lutheran church will be held this evening at 8 o'clock at the church, with all members and friends given a cordial invitation. A program of value has been arranged for this evening's gathering. The Maple Hollow school In Allegheny township is closing a very successful school term of eight months duration with today's sessions. Miss Grace Norrls of Altoona • was the teacher throughout the term and the result is one^t<':the most•• successful school years InVthe history of tho school. . Ray Langham of Wilmington, Del. stopped off here -on Wednesday while enroute to Detroit,'Mich., to visit the town of his nativity, which he left more than a score of years;ago and has not visited since, for a few hours. He is a brother of Mrs. Irvln W. Focht of 1223 Fourth avenue and the Focht home was the scene of a very happy reunion on the occasion of his visit. In getting about town briefly, he renewed a number of old friendships with local residents. James C. Johnston of 403 West Fourteenth street, who is affiliated with the Prudential Life Insurance company, has been given a nice promotion and his new association with his company removes him from this district, taking him to the Bedford olflcc. The change is effective on May 5 and shortly after that date the Johnston family will remove from here to become residents of the Bedford county capital. They have Resided at the West Fourteenth street address for tho past couple of years. .Miss Ethel Wertz of West Loop spent several days this week visiting here with her aunt, Mrs. Samuel P. Miller of 610 Third avenue. Good headway is being made with the construction of the boai^i fence around the Carnegie park ball Held and it in expected that the task will be about completed for the opening clash of the new Blair County league baseball season oh Saturday afternoon between Roaring Spring and Duncansville, old diamond rivals. The fence construction was authorized at a recent meeting • of the Duncansville Athletic association. Volunteers are doing the greater part ot the work involved in the construction of the fence, which is a notable improvement at the ball park. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Button and daughter and Carl Miller of Altoona were Wednesday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller of this place. The office of Dr. D. C. Confer, (id- joining his residence at 1312 Third avenue has been renovated by repap- ering and repainting and possession Jias been taken of it again after utilizing a portion of his residence for office purpose for some weeks pa.st while the improvements were underway. Mrs. Harry Miller and son of Sharpsburg, Pittsburgh, were recent visitors here at the home of Mrs.. Miller's parents, Mr. -and Mrs. C. B. Farber of Fourth avenue. William Meier of the- Central Pennsylvania Airways, Inc., airport, at this place, with Miss Gilbert, an aviation student under his instruction, of the La Finke hotel, returned to the local lield on Wednesday evening after a delightful cross-country flight to Akron, O. and return, whicli was begun on the previous afternoon. Their return trip was marred by running through a severe rainstorm, which necessitated landing at the Indiana, Pa. airport for a short time, but as a whole their air expedition, said to be Hie first of its kind from the local flying Held, was a very enjoyable success and likely to be repeated ;n the near future. Emory Walters alls been very seriously ill at his home at Hixton, a short distance north of town, for the past several days. A light testing crew ol 1 the :itatc highway motoj' patrol was stationed along Third avenue, near Fifteenth .street on Thursday night. East-bound traffic on the William Penn highway was being flagged by the officers and motorists were required to drive be- i'ore the screen. Some compluined uf the delay especially when their lights were found to bu in proper locus to satisfy the patrolmen. A number of violations were reported. Druggist Jerry W. Leudom motored to Pittsburgh on Thursday and attended the Pittsburgh-Boston National league baseball game played at Forbes Held. pfornlitly called for. Public pfttronag* Attorney 'and Mrs. William I. cock, Jr., of bve^rtrook, have 4 turned te their home after & visit at the residence of Mf. Woda- cock's parents Attorney and Mrs. W. I. Woodcock, sr,, of 701 Walnut street MISS Lacy Irwin of 616 Allegheny street has gone to Pittsburgh for an extended visit at the residence 6f her nephew and niece Mr. ana Mrs. tforman B. Pltcairn. Members of the Inter-club council aftd their mothers>are asked to hdtify the 1 Y. W. C. A. office before Saturday noon if they will be in attendance At the Inter-club council meeting on Sunday, May 4 at 8 o'clock. Prior to the business session the following program will be carried out, conducted by Mona Engle, vice president of the council, Duncansvllle club; solo, "That Wonderful Mother of Mine," Sue Brown; word of welcome, Misg Esther I. Williams; talk by a mother, Mrs. Helen Dibert ; response by a daughter, Alma Soyster; violin solo. Dorothy Good; introductions of mothers and toasts by representatives of Claysburg, Duncans- vllle and Hollldaysburg clubs; business session in charge of the president. Light refreshments Will be served. ' The residence of Mr. and Mrs. David Bender of 610 Blair street was the scene of a very delightful time on Tuesday evening in honor of Glaten Butterbaugh, who has been a resident of the Y. M. C. A. dormitory for the past year and Is leaving for hlsihome in Philadelphia. The evennlg wa.8 devoted to social diversions, including vocal and instrumental music. Miss Mary Margaret Roddy and Miss Clara- Bender contributed several vocal and instrumental duets and solo numbers; Messrs. Howard Mathias and Martin Bender also rendered vocal solo and duet selections and were ably accompanied on the piano by Charles Byres. The crowning event o£ the evening was the serving of a delicious luncheon, which included the choicest viands of the season. Those who participated In the farewell party were Misses Mary Margaret Roddy, Clara Bender, Roseanna Madden, Dorothy Hart and Messrs. Charles Byres, Martin Bender, Howard Mathias, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hollingsworth, Mr. and Mrs. David Bender and sons John and Richard Bender, Frank Shaffer and Glaten Butterbaugh. A party of Philipsburg'- ladies Interested in the advancement of the public schools paid a visit to the Hollidaysburg schools this week for the purpose of Inspecting the new household arts department, with a view to establishing a simHar department <ln the Philipsburg schools. The ladies were entertained as the guests of Superintendent Calvin V. Erdly, a former superintendent of tho Philipsburg schools. A delicious luncheon was served to the visiting ladies by the students of the, household arts department. The group of ladles included Mrs. Hoffer, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Merrill, Mrs. Lupton, Mrs. Flegal .and Mrs. Hohnka. Rev. T. Stacy Capers, pastor of the First Presbyterian church 1 , announces that the young people's meeting scheduled to be held on Sunday evening at 6 o'clock in the church will be of an unusually interesting character. ,A group of State college students will come to Hollidaysburg and will have charge of a special program which will include addresses and vocal and instrumental music. All of the young people of the congregation and their friends are invited to attend this meeting and to tender a cordial welcome to these visiting young people. Tho weekly meeting of the Hollidaysburg Klwanis club was held on Tuesday evening in the Young Women's Christian association rooms in stead of the Capitol hotel. A delicious supper of Chinese character was OOMMfHO«MBMT DATHfl > H1QH SOHOOL 8BT The Aftsttal eomjtencement eJterclse* of the Hollidftysburi High school will be held dn Thurmlafc iVeWrtg, June 5, it 8 o»cl66&, iti tHfe ftlSK ftCtilbttt Auditorium-. iTHo b|*6aiaureat« '\ iormon will be preachfea in,the Auditorium of the First firesfeytftrta* ehufch on Sunday morning, .Tune,8. *he,'*«Mfws t* the graduates will be delivered by fiev. M. Stanley Kemp, D. D., pftptdf Of the ^ Zion Lutheran church. . ^.. .The commencement addfes'S-.wilt be delivered by Rev. Alexander Cairns. D. D., of Newark, N. J. The «l*s» ia the largest to graduate, from th« focal school, being. composed of 104 members. The honor students are'aa follows; Valedictorian, Hilda Fredericks «alu- tatorlan, Goldie Lasserj other , honor students are Sue firown, Gladys Gear^ hart, Dorothy Rlshe, Eleanor Kirkhain, Betty Kemp, Marie Gearhartj Edwin Clapper and Dorothy Good. Apartment for rent. All coMV.enl- ences. Lasser Shoe Shop. Phone 84*J. tady wants day's work. WaAhlnff done or curtains trashed and stretched. Call 210 Montgomery St. Adv. ' FOB SALE—Coal range; good eoit- dltlort. inquire 511 1'lno St. Phalli 454-W—Adv. "'"• '" Genuine Frigidaire Service' WOLF FURNITURE CO. •Authorized Frigidaire Dealer*" 1W1-OJ) llth Ave. ' Dial BUB ] served, with chop suey and chor- mane as the central dishes. There was an unusually large* attendance at the banquet and the proceeds netted will be devoted to the girls' camp fund of tho Y. M. C. A. Following tho banquet, a brief business session was held. The president, Daniel R. Morroll, presided. Following the business session, the president introduced the speaker, Hon. Frederick A. Godcharles, director of the Pennsylvania library and museum. Mr. Godcharles gave an outstanding address on the subject, "Pennsylvania History," which was greatly appreciated by the assemblage, club pianist pleasing musical numbers.. Miss Alma Shoemaker, and soloist, rendered AMOS ANDY Victpr Record > No. 22393 The first in a shoe store—the second in a gymnasium. Just Released LEEDOM'S DRUG STORE Hollidayiburg, Pa. Remove the dinglncss of King Winter's smoke by using De Vore Velour finish. Try Ue Vore now Artltti;. Highly lustrous. Dries In 4 hours. Wears like Iron. Whenever you pulnt — Whatever you pulnt—Pulnt De Vore pulnt. . JACOB'S Hollidaysburg "One-Stop" Service Station Washing and Polishing, Brake Adjusting. Expert Motor Repairing, General Inspection Service HOLLIDAYSBURG AUTO COMPANY •116 Montgomery Street Hollldayiburg LAST DAY SATURDAY, MAY 3rd OF OUR BIG 9c SALE This sale lias surpassed all others. Never before has any store in this community oll'ereil such biy values, Note A Few of the Items til) I'ins ..... .. .................. Luryu Slxe i'uncy Wubte Dependable Mop Holder, 48 in. handle 3 Qt. Till Covered bucket* Women's Kajon Huso tllurk's O. N. T. 2 Spools '. Bleached Sheets, Druid, 81x00 lied Uobhi 1'ust Color 1'riiiU, yuril Children's Checked NulnxooU Union SulU, 'i to 12 yeurs Hufiled Curtains uml Voile I'unuls, 2!4 yurils long. I Women'* *'uucy Striped Jiloum-, cm, assorted tilrclltts, luncy elantle nlde gore* Men's Worfc Troupers, pair Men's Work Shirts MUII'H Nainsook Union SulU Boys' <3O^ and brocade with -f Q^ -E.l»V Men'* Knit Union Suit*, grey or ecru 2 O'CLOCK, SATURDAY SPECIAL 10 Quart Leak Proof GALVANIZED PAILS Each One to a customer. None sold before 'i P. M. Sut. G. W, WILLIAMS The Big Store Hollidaysburg

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