Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 2, 1930 · Page 34
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Of A!l«nWwf> w«i« A VlB- „„,. it/the heat* of hi» couttft lift. JaHtei Whitfleid <tf first dt Mr*. N«.fftle'forn«y'«* Btftfct was the scene ol A softlai Kffalf Tu«l9«.y evening when Miss Nell 'Twut entertained At a aauef kfaut supper. The evening wits very pleasantly spent ia games, music and vaMoiis kinds of amusement after which th* supper, with plenty oil it, was Served and to which Alt did justice. *h6se present were Mr. and Mrt. James McManamy, Mrs, Nsmle F<jfn«y, Mrs. Annie Lonsdale, Mrs. Lillian ttorner and children, Mra. Minnie Reed, Mr*. Minnie Sfbwn, Mrs. Cecelia Match, L 'Mrs. Lena .Smith, Misses/Mary O'Brien; Bllzabeth Telr- ney, mil tfmiti Bess Gingery, Htilda and Minnie Trout, V. J. Fisher, Earl Lote, tra Milter, Walter O'.Tool, jim- mie ; And fturwbod Hatch. Miss Jean Fijley of Altooha. was a recent .guest at the home ol Miss Margaret Butterbaugh. ' Miss Barbara Rlley of Altoona spent Sunday with her parents Mr. 'and Mrs. D. F. ftiley of Logan avenue. Mr., and Mrs. Isaac 86llenberger have returned to Lakemont, they moving Into their home on Aim street. Mrs.: Elmer Atkinson and son Donald of North fine street, accompanied by her mother Mrs. Shuffstall and Brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shuffstall and little daughter spent Tuesday visiting relatives and friends in Huntingdon. Robert Haney and Miss Helen Nor- 3 of .Willlamsburg spent Sunday at e home' of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Dopp .' Logan avenue. ' , Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller and Mr. and Mrs. -Leonard Stlffler and daughter Blda Ruth' spent Sunday with friends in Portage. Mrs. David Shoeman of Logan avenue is spending .some 'time in Fisher' town Where she has been called on account of the illness of her mother. •Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Figart and granddaughter Naomi,, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and children of Bellwood were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Eagen .of Logan avenue. The week of May 4, Is national music week. In observance of It Miss Sarah Feltwell has - planned three music recitals, but .finds it necessary to postpone one of them until' the following week. The first two recitals .will be given in the United Brethren church at Lakemont Terrace Tuesday evening, May 6,' by a group of piano students, assisted by Miss Vera Treese, violinist, and on Friday evening, May 9, by Miss Feltwell, pianist, and Miss Dorothy Zelgler, violinist. The third recital will be given in the Lakemont' Methodist cHurch by another group of piano students, assisted by Mrs. H. W. Glasscp, soprano. The recitals will begin at S.15 o'clock. The public is invited to attend any or all of these recitals. • , The Lakemont Volunteer Fire company will hold 'their semi-monthly meeting In the fire house this evening at. 8 o'clock. All firemen are urged to _ attend. There will be cottage prayer meeting this evening at ^30 o'clock at the home • of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Freed of 122 Pine street. Rev. R. B. Henry of East Altoona will be the speaker. Every one 'Is 'invited. . Tho W. C. T. U. will hold a special , meeting tonight at the home of Mrs. Amy Isenberg, 220 Logan avenue. . A full attendance of members Is urged. / Mrs. Saw tplle, will b« the ispeajccr. f, W^mi^" 1 Mr. 'and Mrs.- Mlford Feathers and daughter . Irene returned home Sun- 'day after spending a few days visiting friends and relatives at Detroit, Mich. ' Mr. and Mrs. William Glass and children fof East Freedom spent Sunday at the home of their daughter and husband and Mr. and Mrs. David Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bigelow and daughter Betty of Hollldaysburg and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Helsel and daughter Gene of Brookville spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. J. Elrln Kurtz and family. Mrs. William Thomas and son Paul, daughter Olive and grandson Donald Thomas of Roaring Spring spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ridenour and family. The Willing Workers' class of the Reformed church held their monthly meeting at the home of Rev. Oliver I'jenscnlg on Friday. The -mooting was opened by the president, the secretary's report was read and after al business was transacted a very nice lunch was served to the following Mrs. Edith Ebei-sole, Miss Calvin Helsel, Mrs. Calvin Dively, Mrs. Ella Weyandt and daughter Nora, Mrs Jacob Thiel, Mrs, Leslie Burket, Mrs Morgan Dively, Mrs. Jennie Musaer Mrs. Harvey Berkhelmer, and granddaughter Pauline Diehl, Mrs. George v Croft and children Pauline and Geraldine and Rev. Oliver H. Sensenlg Mrs. Lucretla BlacK and Mrs. Henry H. Rhodes attended the Blair County Women's Republican club which was held at the Penn-Alto on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. William plehl and children Iris, Catherine 1 , Shirley and Arnold and Mrs. Ruth Heldler apent Sunday with Mrs, Dlehl's parents Mr. and Mrs. William Berger of Blue Knob. Mr. and Mrs. William Mauk of Brad dock spent Siinday with the former's mother Mrs. Henrietta Mauk. l William Young of Gettysburg spen Thursday with Mr. and Mra. J. E Kurtz and family. Mra. F. L. Klevana, Mrs. George Burket, Mrs. Lucretla Black, Mrs Rhodes and Clalr Lingenfelter were in Altoona this week. COVE HUM SCHOOL Several new pupils have entered the school. Dorothy Shrlner and Fay tihriner were transferred from New Enterprise High school, and Elwooi Ulnkle was transferred from Roose velt Junior High school in Altoona These three are members of the fresh man class. Visitors at the school Tuesday wer Elwood Sqmels, a former student William Johnson and Marian Neal. A meeting of the Joint bqard of dl rectors is called for Saturday night a which time the election of teacher and adoption of a program for th next term will be planned. The classes are getting ready fo the coming Inter-class track meet The clues winning the track meet get their numeral placed on the banne which is exhibited in the school. Th banner was started by the senior clas in -1822 which won the in the tracl meet. The following classes are rep resented on this banner: "22," "23, '"U," "26," "28" and "29," who wo in the track meet for three years. A play, the crossroads store, comedy by LeRoy Kaiser, will b given at the Morrison Cove Vocationa Hohool on Saturday evening, May 3 a , 8 o'clock. The play will be given fo ' the benefit of the musical or(janiza v lions. The Glee club and roixe chorus will sing a number of selec tlon« from the opretta, "Hearts an Blossoms." The public la invited fo an evening ol fun and eatertuinmen tt) fAftlJ.it* ft*? i- dr 1b frtt tr ite* OOOP WOT: to r«PON'T WftNT* ft" tCX TO ML, IN A WftW «» mi tttth t*. emie WM * first j»*t ot this- w*«k visito* IB ftttsbttrfni ^ v ttt. **4 'MM/ tfrSftK T»<MHftoM» *nd 6nild«ltH 6« fltd»M «»e«afc will Forty- Em otfMt *«« flfcrt fewt e* th* week visitor* «* tentfal city, MK »IM Mfg. O. 1. SSyrfW of the SehwiittW, »i>ftftin«Mg fliotdMd to Indian* white they *l» viilt teutivei!. Miss Bl»i« Wlisoh Of ,*WM |y*huft 18 visiting he* cousin Ml*» ?*$«}? Wilson at C*.fll»l«. J|as f&hflie Wll' soft is * form** residinti , ;- , Mr* and Iff*. Robert «. ; Sfnlth have returned after spetidlng several days with relatives In Saxton., • ^ „;.. ^. Miss Margaret .Lafferty of 3032 Fifth avenue will spend (he *week end in Bellefohtei • "Robert Fowler of 4037 fifth avenue was a Tuesday and Wednesday visitor in - Mapletofl. - , .= Miss DTielma De Prez of Lakemottt was a Wednesday evening dinner Kuest at the home Of Mr. and. Mrs. Levy firb at 4001 Fifth avenue. James Braftkeh of 4109 Fifth? avenue motored to Osterburg Where he spent Tuesday afternoon and eve- ing. - > Mr. and Mrs. Wallace SWarte and aughter Margaret are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison in Mtr- Union. . Mr. and Mrs 1 . James DaWson and aughter Marian and son* Clyde and iValter at Seventh avenue are spend- ng several days In Carlisle. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Evana have eturned to their home , In the -Schweitzer apartments after spending everal days In Wilmington, Del. ROARING SPRING Mrs. A. C. Byler was elected teacher nd Miss Kate Stern, president, of the Win One organized Bible class of the D. M. Bare Memorial Church of God Sunday school at a meeting held this week in the social .hall of the church. The elections were held in connection with the. monthly meeting of the class and the attendance .was fine. 1 Other officers chosen included Anna Albright, vice president; Julia Harland, secretary; Elsie Hall, assistant secre- :ary; ' treasurer, "Elizabeth ^Refiner; corresponding secretary, Elsie Hall; assistant! teacher, Cora Smaltz. The iresldent appointed two committees as 'ollows: Flower ' committee, Mabel Holsinger, Vina Bowers, Cora Smaltz and Laura Green ; visiting committee, «rs. A. J3- Byler, Mary Stern, Mrs. Joe Raub, Jennie Pote, Elsie Hall, lizzie Refiner and Anna .. Albright. following the business meeting the adies and a few friends enjoyed a delicious luncheon served by members of the class. .The event was a thoroughly enjoyable oneX'Those present were Mrs. A. C. Bylcr, Mary Stern, Cora Smaltz, Edith Horron, Ruth 3roft, Elaie,Hall, Laura Green, Jennie Hoenstine, Florence Bowers, Kathryn Berkhelmer, Kate Stern, Lavinia Bowers, Mabel Holsinger, 'Jennie Pote, Vera Butler, Mrs. Krances Rltchey and daughter, Betty, Gladys Holsinger, Alice Hoenstine, Mrs. Olive Butler, Dick Holsinger, Carolyn Butler, Elaine Butler and Gllndy Harland. The home of Miss Doris Burke was the scene of a pleasant gathering on Monday evening, when •«. host of her friends were entertained at a party given in honor of Doris' 10th birthday. The time was spent in game? and music and at a seasonable hour a, fine lunch was served by the little girl's mother. Doris received a fine lot of useful gifts. Those attending included Belva Leighty, Catharine Smeltzer, Grace Ylngling, Martha Miller, Vivien Cornelius, Phyllis Gates, 'Regis Butler, Rough, Marion Coppersmith, Catharine Cornelius, Marjery Butler, Ila Shoenfelt, Mildred Shoenfelt, Doris Burk, Richard Burk, Frances Carpenter, Mrs. Grace Burk, Mr. and Mrs. \A. G. Carpenter, all of Roaring Spring; Freda Dodson, Elsie and Frank Houston of East Freedom. The largest trout landed by any Roaring Spring fisherman this season was brought to town by Thomas Hamilton, who pulled a< twenty-four inch brown trout from the stream flowing through Loysburg gap. The monster was the only catch made during the afternoon by Mr, Hamilton, who was also accompanied by C. Lower, who also returned with an empty basket. Burgess Leo A. Garber has issued a proclamation calling upon the busi- nes^- houses and Citizens of the borough to fittingly decorate their places of business and as many homes as possible on Saturday, May 10, in honor of the Allegheny Region Anniversary association of Odd Fellowship which meets in annual session in the borough that day. Burgess Garber states that upwards of a thousand visitors are expected here during the day and that the borough authorities are anxious that they be warmly greeted and extended every possible courtesy. Holiday attire will also be donned by Roaring Spring on Saturday, May 10, for another reason, as the day marks the home opening of the Blair county baseball league season, and much activity Is also expected to feature this portion of the day's program. As usual, it is likely that the gay bunting will be turned into crepe in the evening,- if Roaring Spring should happen to drop the opening contest. Paul Berkheimer, leading hurler of the Roaring Spring High School baseball team, will be out of the game for a number of days aa the result of an injury sustained while sliding into second base during the game with Claysburg. Paul received a bad sprain of the right ankle when be hooked the bag. He was forced to leave the game Robert Rlley was in Philadelphia last Saturday to see the Giants and Phils in the ttrst Philadelphia double header of the season. v Mrs. Daniel Jlerron, who has been connned to her bed by severe scold wounds of the right leg for six weeks past, is improving and is again able to be about her home, ' Burgess Leo A. Garber calls the at- ANOTHER LAFOLLETTE There will bo two "Younf Bobs" In congress If Robert H. Lu Follette, ubove, of Albuquerque, wins the race for reprenentatlve from New Mexico, He seek* the Democratic nomination. He Is n cousin of Senator Itobert M. La Follctte, Jr., of Wisconsin, hi* father having been a'cousin of the late Senator La 1'ollotte, Sr. the use of East Main street and South Main streets 'as "speedways" will no longer be tolerated by the borough authorities; Loath to prosecute thf offenders the burgess is determined however, to stop the dangerous driv ing, which has increased with the re moval of the light, and drivers know ing that the adjoining streets hav stop signs have construed this as a protection to themselves as it permit travel through the borough without a halt. The American' Legion medal award ed to the boy credited with th greatest amount of honor, courage scholarship, leadership and servic during the school term and a membe of the eighth grade was won thi term by Clayton Bassler, son of Mr and Mrs. W. C. Bassler of Mapl street. The American Legion auxiliary medal awarded for honor, scholarship companionship and responsibility wa awarded to Mary Elizabeth Grounds The medals are given each year bj the Legion and the Auxiliary and th competition this year was very keen for the honor. The medala will b presented to the atudenta in connec tlon with the school commencemen exercises. The basis for awarding th medals are the five qualifications men tioned and each ia voted upon sep arately. The pupil receiving th greatest number of votea ia given on vote in the final balloting by the atu dents with the teachers each havint one vote. The winner in the girl (Jlvlaion is a daughter of Dr. and Mra Wilbur L. Grounda of Rooaevelt ave nue and is a popular young student. A delegation of local Rotarians in eluding President Roy A. Lambert Secretary A. D. Mingle, Ivan E. Gar ver, Melvin Garber, Simon S. KauH man, Walter A. Hite and Dr. W. L Grounds attended th« annual conven tlon of the Rotarians of the Thirty fourth district at Hagerstown thl week. Dr. Grounds waa uccompanie by his wife. A number of Roaring Spring peo pie Including Mr. and Mrs. Robei Miller, Miss Anna Stephens, Mr Clouse and Mr. and Mrs. Fred J Wood Were among those attending th, annual apple blossom ' festival a Winchester, Va., over the week end Ivan E. Carver also recently visite that locality. 'Mrs. Walter A. Kite was a patien in the medical ward of the Nason hos pital this week. , Aa a result of the recent visits o the baseball manager, Arthur E Reynolds to New York and Pittsburgl local fans can expect some high clas ball tosaers to report here shortly a it ia expected Mr, Reynolds has pick ed up several castoff Yankee and Pi rate stars. On the New York cit trip Manager Reynolds was accompa nied by Mrs. Reynolds. Auothe tentloa ol raotoristg to the fact that Roaring Spring ua.a who spent pai PINECROFT Miss Madeline Mann of Indiana 'eachers' college Is visiting her par- nts and friends here. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Bathurst of Bell- vood visited their daughter Mrs. Anile Weaver, on Saturday evening. W. F. Snyder of Plank road was a ecent caller at > the home of J. W. nowberger. \ Mrs. R. F. Zitsch and four'children lave returned to.their home in Shade Gap after spending four weeks with er parents Mr. IVeierlck. and Mrs. N. M. Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Park were Miss Madeline Munn and Byron Bland. The following persons were- visiting Mrs. A, F. Garman, who is ill at her home: Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Garman, Mrs. Bessie Garman, Mrs. B. J. Garman, Mrs. J. H.. Garman,. Mr. and Mrs. John Hollen, Mrs. H. F. Cox, Mrs. Chester Hollen and Mrs. Bertha Stuart of Bellwood. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rclgh and fam- ly enjoyed a very pleasant motor trip on Sunday to Penn's cave. "Yop simply have to be conventional In bridge." BLUE KNOB Miss Lorraine Long, who attends High school-in Hollidays,burg, spent the week-end at the home.of her par-' ents Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Long. '; Game keeper Herbert Dienl attended a meeting in Greensburg on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. p. C. George and daughter Evelyn, Mrs. Julia, Rltchey, Mr. and Mrs. William Mbsel. and son James and, Mrs. », ,R. Dlehl. and sort Richard "attended the funeral of the former's nephew's wife Mrs. Lawrence George, held in Leamersvllle on Tuesday afternoon. On Saturday Francis Helsel had the misfortune' to drop a heavy-barrel on his foot and fracture several, bones. Mr. Helsel gets around. on .crutches. Mr. and Mrs.-John Herman'of Portage spent Sunday at the home of the former's • parents • Mr. and Mrs. John Herman. Mr. and Mrs^. Frank Dawspn,. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cralne and daughter Lucille- and Miss Anna Kifor of Altoona visited at the home of Mr. erlne Stimel, Misses Alverta Burk-: lolder and Helen Mountain of Pinecroft enjoyed a motor trip on Sunday o Cressoretta. Mr. and • Mrs. J. N. Snowberger and daughter Florence motored on .Sunday ,o Homers Gap, and enjoyed a visit at the home of Mrs. Minnie Smith. Mrs. Jesse Parks and daughters Virginia and. Florence of Lewistown' were recent visitors at the home. of W. R. Park of Pinecroft. Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder of Youngstown, O., were visitors at the home of his mother Mrs.. Pris'cilla Ed- mlston at Homers-gap, and; his sister Mrs. J. W. Snowberger-of. Pine,; croft. . . of the past week in New York city was Professor William F. S. Yates. Rev. A.i C. Miller of Windber, former pastor of the local Church of the Brethren, while in town visiting friends this week announced that he had resigned as pastor of the Wind- bor Church of the Brethren, the.'resignation to take effect in the .near future. Rev. Miller went to Windber from Roaring Spring. !Che pastor, who in also well known a,s an evangelist, was getting along splendidly , in the mountain town, but due to the industrial conditions prevailing j there he felt that he should relieve the church of the burden of his salary until such time as conditions Improve. Rev. Miller wfts One of Roaring Spring's best known and most popular pastors. The Windber charge waa considered a promotion at the Ume of the change. Loyal Daubenspeck of Huntingdon was a visitor with friends in the borough early this week. Consistent progress is being made In every direction by the local Trinity Methodist church of which Rev. George S. Womer is pastor. The financial statement of the church and Sunday school together with' affiliated church societies was published this week in connnectibn with the weekly church bulletin, and the members can not be otherwise than pleased with the results of the'year. Among other Increases was one of M.OOO for causes in which the local church is interested in common with other Methodist churches. The church membership ia also steadily expanding under the leadership of the progressive pastor, Mlsa .Edith Cams; graduate of the Nursea Training school of the Nason hospital and now employed in Pitta- burgh, was a guest for several days at the home of Mr. ' and Mrs, Harry Kurtz here. Miss Eleanor Garber has returned from Altoona, where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Stoud nour. • • , • Roy Shaffer, who has 1 been suffering from a nervous breakdown, is very much improved and will shortly be able to return to his duties in the Pennay shops, Babe Price, president of the Epworth league of the Trinity Methodist church announces that the membership contest now being conducted for the purpose of increasing the league membership has created great inter- eat among the members and has stim- ujafed interest in. the organization from the church membership generally. The contest is under the direction of Mr. Price and in addition to adding new members the groups at work will endeavor to bring back former membeVs who have strayed from the fold for some reason or other. The league members have been divided into two groups, one headed by Mrs C. M. McGee and the other by Gerald Butler. At present after three weeks of effort the two groups are tied for points and greater effort will be pu forth, from now until the contest ends The winning group will be. the guests of the loser* at a dinner to be served in the church dining hall. Local patriotic organization have taken the preliminary steps looking toward the arrangements for the an nual Memorial day celebration to be held in the borough. Each year the veteran list from the Civil war grows smaller, and it la likely that but one or two of these 'citizens will be able to take part in the celebration this year. Veterans of the late war wil lead in the Memorial day activities. BOAB1NG SPUING THKATUJi '•t'OUETItr WILDCATS" wltli Hout Glb»ou. Hoot tUQte* a wild west threw, 'TAK/AIS, XHK T1GK11," serial, aud OSWALD, THE LUCKY KAUB1T in "JtOUN- TY iv'ening. - , :•/ , Miss Mabel Over of-Toledo, .O., is visiting at the tyome of her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Over. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stokes and daughters Pauline, Jean and Beverly of-Altoona were Sunday visitors at the Over lome. v Sunday visitors aft, theshome of.Mr. and Mrs. D. C? George were Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Connell,', Mr. and ; Mrs. C. H. Mobley and 1 daughters Marten and Ramona. J. C. Dlehl, Mrs.. Julia Rltchey,-Mrs. Howard Diehl, Mrs. Alfred Diehl, Mrs Elmer . Berkhimer, • Mrs. D. B, Dlehl Miss Sara Earnest, Mrs.' Irving Dieh and daughter • Brla attended; 1;he Women's -Missionary convention held in the Reformed church ,in; Hollidays- Durg on Wednesday..- . Rurfsell Rltchey and Leo,Burket of Altoona spent Sunday at the home of :he former's ' parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ritchey. • Mr. and Mrs. James Cavender were Sunday visitors in Beaverdale at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Diehl. There will be communion services in the Reformed church Sunday, May, 4, at 10.30. Preparatory services, Saturday evening previous at 7.30. I ELDORADO Mr. and Mrs. J. Ei Litzinger and daughters Charlotte and Marion anc Miss Helen Noon ofij Johnstown spent a part of Saturday at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Edward Litzinger of 210 Fifty-sixth street. They were en route to State College where Miss Marion Litzinger and Miss Noon were competing in the annual music con test, Miss Litzinger competing in vio lin and Miss Noon in voice. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shiftier of 55( Fifty-fifth street spent .the. week-end In Winchester, Va.,. where they viewed the annual apple blossoms. Miss Mabel Jngram, and Miss Jane Lockard, nurses from the Bellefonte hospital, visited Mrs! P. W. Labe of Hillside avenue and Fifty-eighth street during the past week. Miss Mary Evans of Hillside avenue and Fifty-eighth street has returned to State College where she is nursing. Mr. and Mrs. J. H,'Wagner of 210 Penn street spent. the ' week-end in Newark, N. J.,- with Stephen Wagner and family also visited In Union City, N. J., at the home of Mr', and Mrs. H. W. Battles. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald .Wehrley of 321 Fifty-eighth street entertained at a 600 party Monday evening, Those present were, Mr. and Mrs. H. Good, Mr., and Mrs. C. Cherry, and Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Hershey. CALLS ON HOOVER w : PraMem, Wlt CMt ton Meese. fldwart C. Flrtt wtf* name* <ttw*» tet* to represent,!!!* focal flttj*« Centrt-ClearfleW t«tue ««*« opening game alt tire teagiM *Melvln y HoUiW tt a patfttt «t Phiiipsburg state hospital, stiffening from severe burn's of the fac» MM neck, caused fcjr an «*pl«r*10fl »» « mixer on a road jofc at Coal Ktm Junction Saturday. He I* fttptlmnf slowly. He is a son of Mr. and Mr*. William Housef of Eighth «tr**t. John McGuire of Chester Hill, I* « medical patient at Phtlipsbnrg State hospital. _ , . .» Rotarian Philip B. Watnetadorft treated, the local club to ft Vivid tale of the days of Molly MagalHwn, an organization formed shortly after 4n« Civil war and which created *meB terror in a number of cottntle* When many were murdered. Though the speaker was but a boy at that time he clearly recalls the many stirring incidents. His talk waa most interesting. Lewis Stein has returned (from New York state, where he has been engaged In contract work for the past two months. Mrs. J. O. Reed has gone to Philadelphia where she will Join her daughter Miss Evelyn, and enjoy a few days' Visit. ! Rev. and Mrs. F. T. Eastment have returned from a pleasant visit of ten days at Williamsport. Miss Gladys Mattern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mattern, • was among the class of young ladies who graduated from Jefferson hospital, Philadelphia, Thursday, May 1. Her parents and Mrs. Harry Mattern motored there to bet present at the exercises. They expected to visit for a brief period in East Orange, N. J., before returning home. Mrs. Wilbur B. Brown and son Alexander, are spending a weeK in Philadelphia. They will take in the May day festivities at Drexel Institute, at which their daughter and sister Miss Jean, is a Student, and from which she will .graduate in June. Mrs. Catherine Stott and daughter Miss Bernice, who wintered in Orange, Calif., their usual custom, have returned to their home on Spruce street here.; • •' •• ™«FROMARc<», ABSOPURE 1711 12* Art. ARMi*ra)< t-tm fatal EkdrieCkuMfi HI Vgtite* jrwar Mweefc* WHI Inf wntrte*. Ltt «* <«i«IM««rteV J. E. HEAPS ELECTRIC CO, MM Chert Av«. MMM *-ltf» CASANAVE'S Lotto Tr»«fcf Trulu uMMtltt 1211 ELEVENTH STREET BEDFORD Women mre finding careers on tend and sea and In the air nowadays—and here's one who, by going under-the sea, ha« risen, to success. Margaret Campbell of Brooklyn, who claims to be the only woman deep sea diver' In the country, IB ; pictured' above as (he called on President Hoover at the White House In Washington. The following people, received marriage licenses in Bedford' this week: Robert Suter of 'Manns Choice and Sara Elizabeth Swanger of Fossilville; John Marson of Somerset and palsy Yarnell of Dunlo; Victor Avenet Gardner "of Vandergrift and. Sara H. Waddell of Delmont. Rev. George I. Melhorn united in marriage this week, William Wise Whitcomb and Nan Hendrickson Bun* ton, both of Pittsburgh. Mr. Whitcomb is in the oil and gas business. Miss Mary "Dauler entertained a number of her friends to bridge Tuesday at her home at Chalybeate. The guests of the evening were Misses Natalie Fleck, Ann . Cessna, Helen Heckerman, Margaret Kiser, Helen Bell, Mildred Hyde and Alminna Cessna. Mr. and Mrs- Ira Long of Erie, former residences of Bedford, were visiting friends here on Tuesday and Wednesday. S. M. Griffith C* WALL PATEB AND FAINTS 90S Green Avenue) 1 Vigoro Fertilizer Yonr lawn and garden Me4* It. W. H. GOODFELLOW SONS ISlf Xleventk VIGORO SoNt I S. J. Wolf Hardware C*. 1712 Eleventh Ave. D. 8. MENCHET • DEPENDABLE FLOTfBEB» Colored Fixtaref Oromhiii Plated Sippiet 875 17th St. Pfeme t-SHi CANAN STATION Mr. and Mrs. Edwin O. Davis Jknd children Duane and Barbara Jane of Pontiac, Mich., and Mrs. Carrie Hershberger and children Gerald and Bernice of Flshertown were recent guests of Mr. and'Mrs. George Davis. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Robeson of Sixth avenue were Mr. and Mrs. John Stahl, Misses Ora and Bert Stahl and Mrs. Warren Stahl and son John. • W. K. McClenahen and Misses Sara McClonahen and, Beulah Robeson visited friends in Morrisons cove several days ago. The Ladies' auxiliary to the Canan Station fire company will meet tonight at 7.30 o'clock in the school house. All members holding books in the recent quilt contest are asked to turn them in so'that accounts can be settled up. Each month ladles whose birthdays come.in that period act as hostesses and at the same, time the auxiliary maintains a collection box in the fqrm of a china- pig. There being no birthdays among members in May the "pig" will be hostess for the-social hour tonight. WEHNWOOD Mrs. A. K. Rabensteln is a patient at the Mercy hospital where she submitted to a serious operation. Mr. and Mra. G. L. Scliaaf attended the funeral of Mr. Schaaf's aunt Miss Alice Ealy held at Lewistown on Thursday, April 24. Mrs. Harry Morgan of Irwin visited .recently Mrs. G. W. Morgan, who is ill. ...... MPo you that you may sit down to the Duo-Art Piano with an AudioGraphic Roll and acquire aa deep an understanding of a masterpiece of music as years of study would reveal? Come Into Our Store Today and Try It! WINTER Music STORE 1415 ELEVENTH AVENUE lU'TY YEARS IN ALTOONA Mlsa Mlml Green,, window ihade expert of the du Font Company TOMORROW^** Day Ah expert demonstrates that window shades can be washed —if they are du Pont TONTINE We had a whole store full .of skeptics here yesterday. They didn't think it possible that a window shade could be scrubbed and ever be the same again. May* be it was a bit heartless of Miss Green—she's an expert frorn du Pont-—to upset this time-worn tradition. But she did, and we have" been busy dirtying up additional TONTINE, shades for a demonstration tomorrow. You have heard of the famous Duco, of course. Well, die new and improved du Pont TONTINE shades are made from the same basic substance as Duco. Naturally, they wear like iron—won't pinhole, crack, fade or fray. And, as you will see if you stop by for a few minutes tomorrow, they are washable. Miss Green also has with her a display of the new 1930 patterns in Figured shades and a complete display of the new Corded effects. •• They are well worth'seeing. 'ONTINE •14-«-«••*«> «•*• THE WASHABLE WINDOW SHADE GABLE'S HOME FURNISHINGS BUlLDiNG—FIRST fc'LOOR

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