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fttfi ALttteNA, ! V, ', *»,•< > * NEWS OF INTEREST FROM AND SURROUNDING TOWNS I HOLLIDAYSBURG Ths new uniform* of the drum and s corps of Fort Fetter post, No. American Legion, have arrived and are most attractive in appearance. The now uniform consists of red coats trimmed In gold, buff trousers with Snm Brown officers' belts and black putties. The drum and bugle crops is composed of seven. teen men and the new uniforms will . D. D. Parents having babies I be worn in the Memorial day parade annual Children's day services j flU bo held in the First Baptist , Btft*h on Sunday morning, June 8. at o'clock. A very beautiful pageant 11 b» rendered by the young people the Sunday school.' An outstand- „' feature of the program will be » dedication service, which will be nflucted by the pastor, Rev. J. C 1 ujm they wish to thus present to f 6 Lord cm Children'? day. arc re« jested to notify the pastor, or the f erlnlendent of tho Sunday school, itiel T.-Williams, rs. Jolin H. Garland and daughter ! Ruby Garland of 208 Newry street JMive returned home from Pittsburgh here they attended the annual com- fencement exercises of Dlxmont hos- Sl. Miss Martha Garland, another (fughter, was graduated as a profes- ptial nurse. I Genuine Frigidaire Service JWOLF FURNITURE CO. 1 'Authorized Frigidaire Dealers" 1501-03 Utb Ave. Ulal SUB P Fine Shoe Repairing By the Goodyear Welt System 1'LASSER'S SHOE STORE on Friday, May 30. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Waite Matlern, jr., and daughter Patricia of Bellefonte were entertained over the weekend at the residence of Mrs. Mattern's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Rolla Patton of 221 Newry street. (Additional Hollidaysburg on Page 23) Apartment for rent. All conveniences. Lasser Shoe Shop. Phone 84-J Adv. FOR RENT 2nd floor apartment, _ north side of Allegheny St. i 4 doors east of Courthouse, 5 rooms, lavatory and bath, hot 11 ntor heat,' electric light, side and bavk porches, water rent payable by owner, rent $30 per month. Phone 152. Adv. 500 Card Party St. Patrick's School Hall, Newry Saturday Evening, May 31 Refreshments Served Adv. GRAND LAST TIMES TODAY "SONG OF THE WEST" Pathe All-Talking * Comedy Sound News Coming: Wed. and Thurg. "SPRING IS HERE' 100 New Dresses Just Arrived From Our New York Buyer The latest 'styles in Ensembles, Pastel Georgettes, Printed Flat Crepes, Chiffons and 'Tub Silks. $ 9.95 to $ 14.95 j Smart Hats K' f Newest styles coining t' in every few days. Come jjt in and look them over. L $ 1.95to $ 4.95 Children's and Misses' Hats from 98c to $1.95. Gordon Indvidually Proportioned Stockings We take your measure and you are always sure of a perfect fit, when you buy Gordon Hose here. Service Weight ./ $1.50 3 pairs for $4.00 Chiffon V Line $1.63 3 pairs for $4.50 Chiffon French Heel fl.Ofi 3 pairs for J5.25 Cemetery Vases. Will hold water. Each .......... ,. . -IBc Fancy Automobile Baskets, suitable for picnic lunchei. Each ....................... »8e .SHOES FOR WOMEN YOU NEED NO'LONGER BE IOLD I11AT YOU HAVE AN EXPENSIVE I GOT Elk Sport Oxfords Misses' and Children's Sport Oxfords with rubber aoles, fancy trimmed. Sizes 11% to 2. $2.45 and $2.95 Women's Sport Oxfords Rubber sole and heels. Elk and plain white, fancy trimmed. Price $2.95 and $3.95 Japanese Silk Flags Mounted on black sticks with gilt spears. 2 for 25c Printed Cotton Flags Soft tiriiah, 18 inch. Warranted fast color. White wood staffs. Uilt spears. 3 for 25c The White Enna Jetticks in stock for Graduation. Store Upeu L'ntil V 1*. M. Tiiurk. Cloned Memorial Day. G. W. WILLIAMS The Big Store — Hollidaysburg DUNCANSV1LLE A short but very Impressive memorial service for Hev. Isaac Krlder, D. D., former pastor, and the several members of the congregation who have been called to^rest during the pastorate of the present pastor, was conducted at the Evangelical Lutheran church as a part of the morning service on Sunday. The pastor, Rev. G. B. Harman, officiated and as the roll was read a memorial flower was placed in a basket at the altar by the girls of Miss Mabel Halnley's Sunday school class 1 , Miss Amy Krider, granddaughter of the late Dr. Krider, placing the first flower in loving remembrance of his beautiful life and long Christian service. With unseasonably cold weather, which took the temperature to low levels and set a new late May record in this region for frigidity, motor traffic was unusually light for a clear bright Sunday. No serious accidents were reported In this section. Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Elder Llndsey of Foot of Ten are the happy patents of a baby boy born on Saturday evening, May 24, at their home. The child is the fourth In the Lindsey family and is the fourth son. He is fine, but the mother's condition Is reported as being only fair. Arriving on the natal anniversary of his grandfather, Emerd Lindsey, It Is expected that he will be named for his grandparent. The father Is a .well krfbwn truck farmer at Foot of Ten. Father's day was observed at Hicks Memorial Methodist church on Sunday morning with H, special service. The pastor, Rev. L. D. Ott, delivered a sermon appropriate to the occasion and numerous fathers with their sons were included in the large congregation in attendance at the service. Music befitting the service was rendered by the church choir. David S. Williams of ItOl Fourth avenue has been confined to his home for the past several days on account of illness. Little change has been noted In his condition. Mr. Williams has been in feeble health for the past several years. Mrs. Harve'y Hite and daughter of Altoona visited here over Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Grove of Fifth avenue. After an absence from this place of nearly four years, the greater part of which was spent in Texas and California, Harry Sage, a well known native of Duncansville, arrived In town the latter part of last week for an indefinite visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win Mutzabaugh and other relatives and friends here. Mr. Sage has traveled very extensively since last visiting here, sojourning briefly in many western and southern cities. He Is being warmly greeted by his many local friends- among whom he Is circulating, renewing old acquaintances. A large congregation attended the Sunday evening service at Hicks Memorial Methodist church, which was in charge of Rev. Noah E. Yeiser, D. D., of Erie, superintendent of the Erie district of the Anti-Saloon league. An interesting moving picture, depicting facts contained In Dr. Yeiser's lecture, was shown. The entire service was in the interest of" the Anti-Saloon league. James Kennedy, sr., well known resident of the 1100 block on Fourth avenue, Is recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia and is believed to be about out of danger, and an early recovery is expected unless there are complications. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lang and daughter and ;WUliam -Kimmel- all- of Harrisburg have returned home after; motoring here to spend the week-end visiting at the home of Mr. Lang's father, George Lang and family at Hixton and Mrs. Lang's brother, William Mobley and family of West Fourteenth street, this place. Aviation inn, the initial improvement at Airport park, along the Newry road, south of town, has been completed and opened to the public by the proprietors Falbo St. Keller. Other improvements at the park are scheduled to follow in the immediate future, including a playground, parking place, swimming pool and picnic grounds and equipment. Mrs. Elmer S. Morrison of Mountain Lake, west of Duncansville, has been confined to her home since Sunday morning when she sustained a severe sprain of her right ahkle while descending the steps at the chicken coop at the rear of her home after feeding the fowls. Her ankle turned and in falling ahe sustained the severe sprain, being unable to walk since the accident by reason of her injuries, which are responding slowly to medical treatment. The Duncansville Independents baseball club journeyed to Cluysburg on Monday evening for a twilight fray with a Bricktown team. A home game for (this Thursday evening is being arranged for. Thomas Dunn of Ambridge is spending some time here visiting at the home of his niece, Miss Mary Dunn and other relatives and friends. Paul Wright of Claysburg was a recent visitor here at the home uf Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wright. The Wednesday evening prayet service at Evangelical Lutheran church will be omitted this week and instead an Ascension Day service will be held on Thursday evening at 7.30 o'clock in the church auditorium, to which all arc cordially invited. The pastor, Rev. G. B. Harman, will bring a sermon betltting the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McKee of Altoona, former local residents, were Sunday evening visitors with friends at this place. Mrs. Orlena Moudy, who has been ill for the past several weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. George Myers at 1425 Fourth avenue, this place, was admitted to the Mercy hospital at Altoona on Sunday evening for treatment. Her condition is not alarming and an early recovery is anticipated. The high wind of late Sunday afternoon caused a break in the lines leading to Duncansville street lights and it was not until nearly midnight on Sunday night that Penn Central line- nien located and repaired the breaks, restoring normal service. POTTED PLANTS AND OUT FLOWERS A choice assortment for Memorial liny at Kollabon's Greenhouse. 1'liunu 713-J. Adv. GLASGOW The American Legion, No. 5M, of Readu township, held their memorial service Sunday evening' at 7.3D in the Keade High school auditorium. Hon. Judge Ivan J. McKenrlck of Kbcnsburg was tiie speaker, llu.sic for (lie occasion was furnished by the JMuunlaiii- dale band. Wade KcyiHjldb, C'liark-.s Kulin, . Boyd Troxell and Clyde McClellun re! turned .Saturday alter a lisliiii^ trip to Palter count)-. Tlie.v JiuiJ been fone sim.'c Tuesday morning'. Jiev. K. C. Conrad of Allentown visited several d;jys with Mr. and Mr.s. Matt Khonie of Fallen Timber while conducting a revival service at Coal-J TYRONE There will be Memorial services at the Ross cemetery near Marengo on Memorial day at 10 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Brewer, pastor of the Half Moon charge, will be the speaker^ Those who have friends burled there are requested to remember their loved ones by being present at this meeting, The Naomi Ruth Bible class of the First Methodist church school will hold their regular monthly meeting this evening at 7.30 o'clock In the attractive new parlors of the church school building. Officers for,the ensuing year will bo elected and other important projects will be discussed, necessitating the attendance of every member of the class. At a special meeting of the official board of the First United Brethren church last evening, the contract was given out for the excavation! and the walls of their new church school building. Contractor C. L. Steel has been awarded the contract and started this morning with his important task, which is to be completed by June 30. The erection of this new building will make a very material improvement to the church property as well as to Increase the efficiency of this very large church school. Plans are nearlng completion for the opening of the swimming pool at the Athletic park, Saturday, May 31. With a great moderation in temperature the pool will no doubt be gladly welcomed, but with such cold weather, as prevailed, the past few days, a swim will not be sought after by any sized crowd, old or young. The Twilight league baseball season will be formally opened on Monday evening, June 2. The contesting teams in this opening game has not been definitely decided but the board of managers will pick winners for the opening- event. Mr. and Mrs. John Guntcr and son John Junior, of Johnstown, were very pleasant guests of Mr. Hunter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Gunter, at their home on West Fifteenth street. The Johnstown folks were enroute to Lewistown to attend a double funeral of relatives of Mrs. Gunter. Miss Nlnevah Klrlt of Logan avenue is attending the annual commencement program of the Marjorle Webster school In Washington, tfi C. Miss Kfijk is a, graduate of this school in the class of 1929, and goes back to the commencement activities anticipating great joy In meeting her former fellow students and instructors. Sunday/ was ft busy day for the Christian Missionary Alliance evangelists Miss Bernard and Miss Jackson. In the morning at 10.30 o'clock, Miss Bernard spoke to the children at FoUss Mills schoolhpuse. This short session for the kiddies was followed by a morning worship period at 11 o'clock, at which time Miss Bernard delivered the sermon. In the afternoon a service was held at the hall at Blair avenue and Eleventh street, also in the evening. The subject for the evening service was "Back to the Old Paths." Mrs. J. P. Lown of Clearflcld sang several very beautiful and Inspiring selections, her rich soprano voice being at its beat. Jennie Stebbins, a student of the Missionary training institute at Nyack-on-the-Hudson, who Is preparing to tenter the 1 ministry, gave a very stirring address to the voune people present. Miss Myra Lunch of DuBols and Mrs. Cora Evans of Willlamsburg were the pianists for this Sunday service. The meetings will be continued each evening this week and a very cordial welcome is extended to all persons to participate in these services, "which begin at 7.30 o'clock. A meeting of the Boy Scout board of review will bo held this evening at 7.30 o'clock in Troop No. 3, headquarters in the First Presbyterian church. It Is very Important that every scoutmaster be present. It Is 'anticipated that J. L. Davis, scout executive, will be present for the meeting, and will be anxious to meet the scoutmasters. It is also necessary that all boys who have applications for merit badges be present as this will be the last meeting of the board before the court of honor meeting on Friday evening, June 6. JUNIATA GAP Mr. and Mrs. William Lebo and son Donald motored up the gap on Friday evening and visited friends. The Juniata Gap Civic and Athletic association will hold their monthly meeting in the Mardorf church this evening. The program committee has prepared a good program and a good attendance is desired. Miss Margaret Gibson and Mrs. W. J. Foutz were visitors last week in Harrisburg. Mrs. M. A. Lloyd returned home last week from a pleasure trip to Indianapolis, Ind. During her visit there she had the pleasure of riding in an airplane. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Foutz, Mrs. Walter Foutz, Mrs. Lucy Tanneyhill of Junlata gap and Miss Grace Savage motored to Tyrone on Friday after-. noon and were visiting guests at the Methodist Home for the Aged. Rev. and Mrs. Martin Foutz of Luthersburg motored up the gap last week and visited at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. J. F. Foutz. Ladles' Aid society will meet in the church on Wednesday and in the evening the mid-week prayer service will begin at 7.30, to be conducted by the pastor, Rev. C. W. Karns. NEWRY Frank M. Wertz of the United States submarine S-2S, stationed at present at New London, Conn., just returned from winter maneuvers in Panama, South America, and the West Indies. The S-22 is equipped with the latest improved safety appliances and the newly invented lining by aid of which the crew can escape from a sunken submarine. Mr. Wertz speaks very highly of the navy, having considerable service on various types of men-of-war and states that there are excellent opportunities in the navy for young men who can qualify. Mrs. Jesse Shew of Pittsburgh and her mother Mrs. Mary Black of Hollidaysburg visited at the homes of Mrs. Black's sons A. C. and D. C. Black. Miss Gertrude Thomas ot Roaring Spring was a Tuesday guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Beegle, jr. Miss Dorothy Moses is spending some time with Mrs. Martha Riley and family at Lilly. Mr. and Mrs. James Mclntosh of Hollidaysburg were Sunday guests. of Mr. anil Mrs. Henry Glass. Late guests at the Stanley Conrad home were Mr. and Mrs. John Ritchey and Mrs. Mary Ritchey of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. George Crissman and daughter Anna of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goodman and two children of Juniata and J. A. Dibert of Llyswen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaffer have moved from the Edmund Beegle home to Hollidaysburg. Mrs. A. J. Evans of Hollidaysburg and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Evans of Altoona were guests at the William Rhodes home. Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Schrader of Hampstead, Md., visited at the home of Harry Long on Thursday. Rev. and Mrs. Schrader were accompanied here by Miss Evelyn Kephart, who spent several weeks in Maryland, and Naomi Long returned with them to Maryland to spend the summer months. Mr. aud Mrs. John Shaffer visited their son Frank Shaffer and family at Hollidaysburg. Miss Azalia Detrick spent the weekend in Altoona with her grandmother Mr.s. P. J. Hoover. Mr.s. Frank Statl'T has returned to her home after sponding several clays with friends in Altoona. Mrs. Stanley Conrad attended the bai.'i.'alaureate .services for the graduating class of the Roaring .Spring High school on Sunday evening. Airs. Conrad's brother Ralph Stover of Brookes Mills is a member of the graduating class. At the recent meeting of Allegheny synod of the Lutheran church in Altoona Rev. C. E. Berkey, pastor of the local Lutheran church, was honored by being elected as a delegate to the United Lutheran church convention to be held in Milwaukee next October. Rev. Berkey's son Rev. Hillis G. Berkey, a theological student of Suiquehunna university at Selinsgrove, was licensed to preach and has accepted th 1 -- Geeseytown charge. Mr. and Mrs. William Baker of Altoona were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Kephai't. Robert Dugunnc and Hurry Dulan of Girard, O., motored to town, arriving here Tuesday night and spent several days with Mr. Duyaijiic's parents Mr and Mrs. Joseph Uuganiu'. Mr. Dugunnc is vmpluyed at Girard, hut due to it recent accident he is temporarily off duty. Mr. and Mr.s. Mile.s Shaw .spent Wednesday at McKec with Mr.s. Lloyd Shuw. Mi 1 , and Mr.s. K. J. >Sh;i\v and John iji nbcrf of. I'Htsuurgh were week- BELLEFONTE A group of state highway engineers are again at work on the new road between Potters Mills and Tusseyvllle. The road will be graded to the John Fortney place, the nearest point the thoroughfare will reach Tusseyville. Beginning at the junction of the road with route No. 53, a stretch of concrete about 1300 feet will be laid. Plans "are being perfected for the Logan Hose company picnic which Will be held at Hecla park Friday, July 4. It is expected that the affair will be one of the largest and tlnest staged by the firemen in many years. There will be a large display of fireworks in the evening, while other forms of entertainment have been provided for the day, including a. ball game in the afternoon between two crack teams. There will be dancing in the pavilion both afternoon and evening, canoeing and swimming. Shows and concessions will be on the ground. Band concert in the afternoon by Wetzler's Junior band of Milesburg. The music for dancing will be furnished by a leading orchestra. Transportation will be furnished each hour of the day to and from the park, while a special committee will be on the grounds to assist in. regulating traffic. Mr. and Mrff. A. C. Long celebrated their twenty-iifth wedding anniversftry recently at their home in Howard. Rev. C. C- Shuey of ^ellefonte was a guest. He was also present at the wedding twenty-five years ago. A sumptuous dinner was served to the guests and music was enjoyed during the day. The home was artistically decorated for the occasion. From the Old Fort toward Spring Mills the state highway route No. 45, and from the same point toward Potters Mills on route No. 53, hundreds of rose bushes have been planted under the supervision of the state highway, department. Gilbert Hasslngcr of Bellefonto had the men in charge doing the work. Where a telephone pole parallels the road, the rose bushes arc planted on the same side. That side is selected because of the fact that no trees can be grown there on account of the wires being too low to grow a tree under them, but high enough for shrubbery. Two varieties of roses have been selected, the Dorothy Perkins, a pink rose and the red American Beauty. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Work of Media visited friends in Bellefonte last week. They were former Bellefonte residents. end guests of Mr. Shaw's brothers nnd sisters. Mrs. Joseph Conrad and Miss Esther Smith were visiting recently with Mrs. Mary Marble and family at Duncansvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Madden and children of Hollidaysburg and Miss Annetta Beegle of Altoona were Sunday guests of Mrs. Madden's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Beegle, sr. Mrs. Dr. R. J. Hillis of Juniata and Mr. and Mrs. William Drye of Altoona were late guests of Mrs. E. J. Wilt. Mrs. Eliza App spent Thursday at the Herman Neugubauer home, near Duncansvllle. BELLWOOD The homd tftie«4 pldy ''gaily In the Music Store," 16 be/given tonight In the P. R. R- Y. M. C. Ai auditorium by the young pebple of St. Joseph's church, promises to be a re*l attraction. Sally, Mfss Agnes Power^ will be ready to please her custoriiers. The "Ole Virginia minstrels," played in the second act, ia full of pep and good song numbers. Solo' dance numbers by talented dancers are bound to please. Tickets can be secured at the newsstand or at th'e floor. : Memorial day >wm be fittingly observed in Bellwood With Hon. J, Bahks Kurtz delivering, the oration ih honor qf soldiers living and dead in the Logan's Valley -cemetery Friday morn ing at 9.30 o'clock. A' memorial serv ice for peace-time heroes will be conducted by the students of the Antls Township High school in the Martin street building TliUrsday morning at 9 o'clock, the address to be given by William Robert FUOBS, ex-serviceman of Tyrone. Congressman Kurtz's subject is announced as "What We Owe Our Soldfers Living and Dead," while the address of the Thursday rooming speaker is given as "A Memorial to Peace." The Friday morning: service is sponsored by the Bellwood post of Legionnaires,'commander of Which is Raymond Strunk. Rev. Hittlnger/wlll pronounce the invocation. A quartet will furnish music. The rendition of "America" follows next, then the address of Congressman Kurtz, followed by the benediction by Rev. Seesely. Decoration of graves, salute and taps will conclude the Friday program. The Thursday morning High school service is sponsored by the Woman's International League for Peace and Freedom, state headquarters of which are held in Philadelphia. ' The school principal, H. N. Walker, will make the opening prayer. The school Will sing "America, the Beautiful," followed by a brief explanation as to the character of service by Professor N. A. Miller, township supervising principal. The service will conclude with a silent three minute tribute to the honor dead. Bellwood citizens are invited to both the Thursday morning and Friday morning services, and advance word "is that there will be a turnout for both events. large BLUE KNOB A. C. Thomas spent th,e week-end visiting in William.sjcft with his sons James and Nelson. When he returned home he was accompanied by his son James and Mist! Hlldreth Taylor who spent a few hours here ,on Sundayr Gerald Kavanagh of Cleveland visited his hiother Mrs. Annie Kavanagh Tuesday. He left here for Altoona where he will be employed at the Penn Alto hotel. He and his wife will reside in Altoona. ' Mrs. Nick Simons and daughters are visiting in Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clock spent the week-end at their farm in Ju- nlata county. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buda and sons Steve, Frank and Joseph and Daniel Coulter are spending this week, in Allentown. While there they intend to attend the commencement exercises of the Allentown hospital o£ which their daughter Miss Anna Buda Is a graduate. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Mulhollen and daughters Mary and Margaret of Glasgow were Sunday \. visitors with their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. . J-. L. J3anUcld/and sons -Qf Clairion spent Sunday at the Kavanagh home. Miss Mary Schmittle of Glasgow, Misses Anna Stroup and Mario Simmers of Moiintaindale, Miss Dorothy Miller and Frank Cossack of this place were shoppers in Altoona Wednesday. Mrs. Peter Gresly' and son of Rn- mey ( are- visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fuseck. Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Edmiston have left for Los Angeles, Calif., where they expect to visit with their daughters Alice and Belle. Miss Alice has been seriously III for some time. Funeral services were held \ last Saturday morning for Miss Agnes Burns In the Catholic church here. Miss Burns, a former resident of Blandburg died at the home of her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. David Richards of South Fork last Friday. She (Is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Edward of Gal- litzln, Richard, Thomas and Wll- Ijam of Blandburg, James and Louis of Newton Hamilton, Mrs. Charles Garman of Blandburg and Mrs. J. C. Kennedy of Newton Hamilton. The fifth anniversary of the Caroline Troxcll Rebacca lodge No. 578 was celebrated last Friday evening in the lodge hall at v Glasgow. A \'ery interesting .program was given and lunch was served. Visitors from the Coal port Rebecca lodge were Mrs. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Troxell. ROARING SPRING ItOAUING Ml'HINO TIIIO.ATKK THK COCKKYKD \VOULI) with Victor McLaglen, Uly Dnniltl nnd Edward Lowe, I-'ull of lethernet-'k love and laughter. Rippling with Hong and sparkling with instrumental numbers, Spiced with snappy barrack,room balladu and typical devil-dog wisecracks. r i w i Victor Radio The Victor Talking Machine Co. Authorizes an Allowance of ** 36 I* or your present Radio, Victrola or Piano on this famous Victor R32 at $178. Reasonable Terms. Winter Music Store 1415 llth Avenue J JUNIATA Trinity Lutheran congregation will conduct a dally vacation Bible school beginning June 9 and closing June 20. Class periods will be held every day texcept Saturday from 9 to 11.30 o'clock. Rev. Paul L. Foulk, pastor, will be In charge of the school. Children, whether members of Trinity, or not, aged 4 to 16, are welcome to attend. The school will close June 20 with a recognition service at 8 p. m. and on June 21, the annual church and Bible school picnic at Ivyslde park. The average attendance at Trinity Lutheran Sunday school for the past three months was 607. This is the largest average attendance Trinity Sunday school has ever had. Mrs. J. W. McCoy, president of the third district. Home Department superintendents of the Blair County Sunday School association wishes to call' a meeting Of the superintendents of the district,' for Wednesday "afternoon at 3 o'clock in Trinity Lutheran church. Every superint^dent is urged to be present. ) The Girls Missionary guild of St. Paul's Reformed church will hold their monthly meeting this evening at 7.30 o'clock in the church. Every member ia requested 'to be present. ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Derstlne and sons 1005 Broadway have returned from a week-end visit with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Der- stlne. The trip was made by automobile, i Thomas Hefferman, 603 Fifth avenue, a conductor in the P. R. R. yards has been removed to the Mercy hospital where he will bo under observation and have an X-ray for stomach trouble. _ the Ladies' Aid Moiety of the Grace Evangelical church, will hold a strawberry festival and tt6& elitefUlnment this evening in the social rottfft of the church, beginning at 7.80. left C<*am and cake will be on sale and the public Is invited. ' . Mrs J. P. Wise, 716 Second «treei> entertained the Wild Rose club Friday evening. The ladies enjoyed the «ve- ning, the hostess serving a most delicious luncheon. \The guests were Mrs. Erma Hollen, Mrs. Grace Burket, Mrs. Helen Longenecker, Mrs, Jesaie Showers, JMrs. Jennie Cox, Mrs. Anna Griffith, Mrs. Hannah Slambiugh, Mrs. Mary Hlmstead.. Mrs. Clara Oesterle, Mrs. Gertrude McArthur, Mrft, Mary Shew arid Mrs. Connie Crouch. . William Thompson, jr., of Williamsport spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson, 309 Fifth avenue. The Women's Progressive Bible class of the First Methodist Sunday school will meet this evening in the lecture room of the church. Mra. -V. M Black will lead the devotions and Mrs. A. S. Hamer, Mrs. C. R. Henry, Mrs. Mary Gulp and Mrs. Jennie Miller will be the hostesses for the social hour. All members are requested to be present for the dollar social. JUNIATA THEATRE JLast Timed Today 'GENTLEMEN OF THE PRtSS' With All-Stnr Cast Yltaphone Comedy nnd Act "China, Night" BEDFORD The senior class of Bedford High school will present "The Arrival o^ Kitty" on class night, Tuesday, June 3, in the Junior High school auditorium under the direction of Miss Natalie Fleck, a member of the Senior High school faculty. The following cast has been chosen: William Wlnkler, the villain, Nevln Shaffer; Aunt Jane, his sister, Edna McVicker; Jane, his pretty niece, Mary Shuck; Bobble Baxter, the hei'o, Francis Bee Miller; Benjamin More, a drunkard, Jordan Gates; Ting, a bell boy, Enor Greenleaf; Sam, a colored porter, Andrew Elliott; Kitty, an actress, Margaret Brlce; Sugette, Aunt Jane's French maid, Mary Elizabeth Cornell. All seniors are selling tickets and seats may be reserved at Dull's drug store.-* One night only. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Short motored to Baltimore, Md., Friday where they will remain until June 1. Miss Margaret Metzger of South Richard street Is the guest of her brother Sol Motzger.-at Atlantic City. Miss Clara Bow, star movie actress of Hollywood, and friends were recent visitors in Bedford for a few hours. Colonel and Mrs. George E. Goodrich, who spent the past week In Washington, D. C., have returned to their home on Juliana Helgfits. Harold D. Hershberger is now located at Toms River, N. J., where he will work for a feed company. The managers of the Bedford Cemetery association are issuing a special invitation to each and every lot owner to visit the cemetery before Memorial day and inspect the' improvements that have been made to the cemetery. Mrs. Lulu Thompson Is seriously ill at her home in South Bedford township. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bate announce the birth of a daughter, born. Wednesday night In the Timmins hospital. Mrs. John Fisher is visiting William Fisher in Altoona. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Eyler and D. W. Beam attended the conference of the Junlata classis last week. Eli Sheetz of Washington, D. C., WHS a recent visitor in Bedford. Fred Davidson of West Pitt street will graduate from Junlata college in Huntingdon June 2. Miss Lydia Grlcst of New York city is vlfeiting friends and relatives in Bedford. Mr. and Mrs. John Brightbill have returned from a visit In Baltimore and Philadelphia. Everett has been placed on the itinerary of the Pennsylvania good will tour and twenty-llvo planes, carrying pilots, mechanics and passengers, will visit the flying Held on Juno 6. The entire county is invited to be present and witness thia unusual event. This will mark the opening of the Everett airport aiyi the business men and citi- zeiiH of the town tire planning a worthwhile program for the day. In addl- CARROLLTOWN Thomas Harrlgan of DuBois vialted his brother and sister Miles and Jerry Harrlgan and Mrs. William Eck last week. The guest and his family will soon locate at Homewood. For the past'months Mr. Harrigan has been employed In Philadelphia, New York and Boston. The concern by whom he is employed has moved him to the new address. S. T. Svvitzler, W. J. Switzler, Mrs. Walter Conrad, Miss Agnes Switzler j and DeSales Switzler, brother and sis' ters of Dan Switzler of Altoona, Were i at his home to visit him Tuesday evening, -because of his serious illness. tlon to the local program, demonstrations aJid stunts will be staged by the visiting pilots. The Everett airport Is easily reached, being"along the Lincoln highway just several miles east of the town. Planes of all types will be there. The group of planes will arrive at the Everett Held about 11 a. m. on Friday, June 6, and will remain until mid-afternoon. Bedford will observe Memorial day this year, ceremonies being In charge of the Bedford post, No. 113, Amerlcati Legion. The parade will form at 9 o'clock at the grade school in the following order: The band, G. A. R., Spanish-American War Veterans, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, High school band, the grade and High school pupils. The. parade will be from Watson to Richard, north to Pcnn, on Pcnn to the square, where the children will place a wreath to the World war veterans on Federal square and from there to the cemetery, giving the usual salute at the bridge. After the graves are decorated the" parade will return to the school house whore the following program will bo given: Song, America; prayer, by chaplain; music.; Beading, Miss Edith Blackburn; music, "Star Spangled Banner." Miss Catharine Garbrick has returned, to her home on South Juliana street after spending the winter at Shlppons- burg State Teachers' college where ahe was a student. The Misses Nell Filler, Margaret Lessig, Rose Marie Garriety and sis- tor Mary of Altoona were greeting friends in Bedford Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Warren King and children of East Pitt Direct were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Laher In Altoona. Mr. and Mr.s. Kuniunl GllcliHft nnd daughters of I'Just Pitt sti,-I >iru .spending ««•>•• ' " ' '" Mr, and Mrs. J. C. West ot the Hotel Pennsylvania are spending a week at Atlantic City. Mr. M nd Mm P. N. Rissor, Mrs. J, Roy Ce.sHiia a in ' myer returned Sa<ii!'!;i> , lir. ; ; in Atlantic City wlu'iv tluv spent the past week. THK SMAKT SI'OUTS KNSEMBLE FOB SUMMER WKAR SPORT COAT FLANNEL TROUSERS lirisk as llie summer season— llic Sports Ensemble is the iavuretl dress among smartly groomed mnn . . . Sport Coats of Navy Blue, Prussian Blue, Cinnamon Brown. Salmon Tan . . . Shetland and Flannel Trousers of Silver Grey, Beige, ('ream, plain or striped. M..\.\NI:L SPUIIT COATS, $12.50, tu.au I' I.ANN El, TKOUSKHS ..... $6.30, »10.00 1-riECK.iiOH-' SUITS ............ $88.60 U'KST 01'' KNULANU ILANNEL •SUITS .............................. fSS.OO •X TrouscM— Silk Uiicd IMVOKTUD 3-i'IKCIS LINEN SUITS ............................. $18.60 FLANNEL SLACKS ........ »5.00, »|0.00 TVVKEO, HOMESl'UN KN1CKKUS ................ JW.ap, 110.00 IMT. LINEN KNIOMEBS, Si'KCIA J, .......................... »».»6 KK 01 II Sl'OKTS WEAK WINIJOW UISI'LAVS leopold & Biqlcij 0 '

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