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HOLLIDAYSBURG Tho Dorcas class of Zion church will hold a special meeting in , york the church Wednesday evening about 8.13 o'clock, or Immediately following the mid-week prayer service. All members arc Raked to be present. Tho residence of Mr. and Mrn. Eryce Mathers at Ronelawn waa thn scene of an attractive Hallowe'en party on Thursday afternoon when their daughter Mildred, nnd son Cecil, delightfully entcrtnincd a number of B((itc h( . their classmates. The scene present'*! j K|vcn n h •was a very merry on?, the houan be- , Hl||tg high DUNCANSVILLE Heavy excavating opcratlonn on^ the upper end pt the Cresaon Mountain of the William Penn highway, lu... .,,.,, ..n.-cd her parents, Mr. and i continue yesterday, but the day was Mr«. Charley F. Anderson of Oil Allc- \ one of rest for tho workmen after all, ghi-ny street. Mlfls Anderson attended for the heavy rainfall rendered It 1m- thc Stntr-LafayellR football game on possible to work. The workman con- ISafui-diiy, and returned thl« morning to tlnued to toll throughout Saturday's I rcBiime her sttidlen In New York. I light showers until about 4 o'clock, Irs. Kloyd O. Hoenstlne of : when operations were suspended for _ _.. street have returned home ' the day. Just before work was halt- from a week-end automobile trip to " Philadelphia. Th« employes of division 0 of the le highway department will he TYRONE Mr aml ' ed, a heavy road roller \isetl on one of the fills slipped off the edge of the embankment and considerable dlffl- c.ulty was experienced In getting It ing effectively decorated for the of:ca- ,, fty slon, with all sorts of Hallowe'en j Ar emblems, dunes of nil kinds were , t , 1( , j,-j,. s t Presbyterian enjoyed. The guests wore unique and | Thursday evening, Nov. 7, at 7.30 icillday on election day. The | hack In service. No damage was done highway olllccs will be closed all the machine, however. Despite tho un- avorable weather conditions of last An Important meeting will be held In j week, favorable progress was made in church on beautiful costumes and were mushed, j o'clock, for the purpose of. rcorRanlz- Koster Wagner, who wore the i:onlume of a red rtevll, received this mijwt votes for the best fooy'n ciml«m«; V' - ranc-e.s Ing the Sixth District Sunday School afl.Hociatlmi of Ulalr county. All members of tlie Sunday nchoolH of the town Hanlel3, who wore a picturesque gypsy ' ure cordially Invited to attend this costume received the most votes j meeting nnd assist with the confer- for the best girl's costume. A delicious i (.[ice prngrnm. The sixth district com- Hollow'o'cit luncheon was featured. ; prlsus ubout^ fifteen Presbyterian Those who participated In Hie p'K'iiH- ' " '- "'-'- •-- ur«s of this party were: Gwendolyn Dowser, EHtnlla Hentci-, Carl Forsht, Cecil Mnlhcrs, Mildred MiilhorH, Puiil- Ino HelTncr, Mury Marlhu Mulone, !.<.•Milton Vere Sawet, Walter .Sellers, Stewart, Sainunl nosvning, Robert Grant, William »lce, Foster Wagner, Frederick 1'rensler, Theodore Meyers, Hlt'hnnl Trevsc., .Tames Daniels, Kuj'ene Malone, Frances Daniels, Anna Bice, Jack WoU, Isabelle Hist, KlNlo Daniels, Elizabeth Clalr, Dorothy Hodltey, Waldo Refiner, Bruce Daniels anil Harold Heeler. ' MIsa Martha Traugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Traugh of «Gl> Oarber slreet, delightfully entertained a number of licr friends at a Hall- owe'en party at the home of her parents on Wednesday evening. The house was transformed Into a weird Mccno of pIctureHquo granducr, the background being an array of ghosts hobgoblins, witches, black eats nnd other mystic creatures of Hallowe'en. It was a masquerade affair and there were many beautiful costumes. The evening was spent in ueaHonable gamea und amusement!). Miss Traugh, the hostess, Is the lajented organist nf Bt. Mary's church and gave a piano recital of great beauty. She wore the costume ol a farmer and her dlsgulso was complete, but following her piano music »lio was easily recognized. A unique entertainment feature of the evening was the "Spider Web" game In which the merrymakers threaded their way through a mystic maze and received appropriate awards al Ibc Another clever _ fashioned clog dance, which was artistically executed by Kenneth Morrison. Mr. Morrison was accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Howard M. Wilt, who also contributed a number of beautiful piano solo numbers. Miss Anna Shelly received the most votes for the best costume, being charmingly arrayed as "Kew- plo," Miss Berenice Wilt received the second standing for the beat costume, bulng attired In a typical hobo costume. Flfly guests I participated In tho fenstlvitles. The lilting climax of tho evening was the serving of a end of the siring, slunt was an old delicious luncheon sandwiches, naiad, which relish, Included pumpkin pie cider, apples, calte and Ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Shade of GOO Pino street and family moved last week to Altoona, where they will reside temporarily for a timo. Tho Shade family will go In tho near future ' to Texas where they will take up lliclr permanent residence. The attendance at the Sunday school of tho Zlon Lutheran church on Sunday Nov 3, wan 377. At a recent meeting of tho Sunday School association of this church, A. G. Sorrlck wan elected treasurer of the Sunday school and John Bergstresscr was elected chorister. These positions wero left vacant by the death of tho lato J. Alton Heller. Miss Loretta Dlckson, president of the Young People's society of Christian Endeavor of the First Baptist church announces that lha second of u series ot special programs on Ihu general theme, "Wholesale Christian Living," will bo presented on Sunday evening, Nov. 10, lit 6.30 o'clock. Tlio meeting on this occasion will be in charge of the membera of Hie Senior World Wide guild. At tho mld-weok prayer services In the First Baptist church on Wednesday evening at 7,30 o'clock, Ihu pastor, Rov. J, 8. Bromley, D. D., will con- llnuo his leason sludy program on thu "Second Survey" and will consider tha miniiilry and tha young people will g«t a general view of Iho foreign mission Held of tho BapUst church. Thuru urn still several missionary texl boukH on this subject ready for distribution ut this aervlce. An imporlunt meeting of tho leach- 'ors and olllcers of Iho Sunday school of the First Presbyterian church will be held on Tuesday vvenlng, Nov. 0, at 7.30 o'clock, In Iho church, The pastor, Rev. T. Stacy Capers, calls thu ut- tentlon of tha olllcora and teachers In tho fact that 11 will be nol only essential but ubsolutuly necessary for every member of Ibis group to bu pretienl, a« plans will bo formulated for a Sab bath school convention scheduled lo be held In this church in Ihu nuar fu- l.uro. About twanly Presbylerlan churches will purllclpatu In this convention and a dlitner will ba planned for Ihe bfnpfil of tlio Sunday school. Arrungeinenln will also be mudu to bring together Ihe Sunday school orchestras In a grunt ensumblu under the direction of Miss Helen O. Klepser. At thu same meeting .some; radical changes In Ihu Sunday uchool program are also contemplated. All mum- bera ure urged to bu on hand to an.ilut In guiding these duvclupmimlH. churches in Blair county, most of which arc localcd In Ibis vlclnlly. Waller Moore, formerly of Hollldays- burg, iiow of Cleat-Held, was n gucsl during the panl week at Iho home of his cousin Miss Elizabeth B. Moore of 300 Allegheny street. ' James B. Finn of 1002 Allegheny slreet has returned homo from New York city and Philadelphia. He slopped al Villa Nova college, near Philadelphia, lo visit his son James B. Finn, who is a second year sludent at that school. , Tho annual praise and thank offer- Ing Hcrvlce of Ihe Woman's Missionary Hociely of tho Flrsl Presbyterian church will be held on Tuesday afternoon, Nov, 12, at 3 o'clock, in tho church. The devotional program will be conducted by Ihe paslor's wife, Mr». T. Slacy Capers. Mrs, George W, Bolt of the church choir will sing and Iho annual jnlte box opening will fealuro Ihe service. All members of Ihe ao- clety nre requested to attend. AUorney Kobort W. Smith was in Philadelphia la»t week, presenting an argument in a lawsuit before Ihu state Huperlor court, Tho members of Castle Camelol, Kntghto of King Arthur of Uio First Baptist church, will parllclpatu in an old faihloried Hallowe'en parly In Ihe unlerlalnment,.room of Ihe church this evening at 7 o'clock, which will lake Ihe place of tha regular conclave. All knights are cordially invited to at- lend and bring a companion wllh llicrn. All'participants arc urged to wear coslumcs. A line'program of games and contests appropriate to the Hallowe'en season him been planned by a special committee. Seasonable refreshments will bo served. An importanl meeting of the World Wide guild of the Flrsl Bapllsl church will b« held on Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, In Ihe Sunday school room of Ihe church. A social hour with refreshments will follow the business session. Tho November meeting of Ihe Holll- daysburg borough council will bo held Ihls evening at 7.30 o'clock In the council chamber In tho municipal hall. Tho regular meeting of Ihe Holll- daynburg board of education will bo held this evening at 7.30 o'clock, In the oIFlce of Superintendent C. V. Erdly at the Central building. Tho November meeting and social of tho Unangst Missionary society of tho Zlon Lutheran church will be held this evening at 7.30 o'clock, at the parsonage, 310 Union street. Tho pastor's wife will lead tho meeting. Tho host- ijsses will be Mrs. Paul IT. Leedom and Miss Leah Leedom. A social hour will follow thu business session. An Important meeting 1 of the church council of the Zlon Lutheran church will bo hold this evening at 7.30 o'clock In tho council room in the parish houso. Tho pastor will preside nnd a full attendance of members la urged. SOUTH ALTOONA Do not forget to atlend the November Parent-Teacher meeting of the the excavating operations, it is reported. Weed-end visitors here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George W, Myers o£ Fourth avenue Included Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hatlleld of Alexandria who will leiivc the middle of this week for their winter home at St. Petersburg, Fla., nnd Frank Kauftman of near Osterburg, Pa. Mr. Kauffman stopped off here for a few hours while en route home after a several days' motor trip to his former home at Dunkirk, N. Y. Mrs. Theodore StifJler of Hlxton, north ot DuncansvlIIe, was admitted to the Mercy hospital, nt Altoona on Saturday. Mrs. Stlffler will undergo treatment for several days. The annual autumn communion services were held yesterday at the Hicks Memorial Methodist church at both the morning and evening hours of worship, with the paiitor, KeV. D, G. Felker,. officiating. Both services were largely attended. At the evening service the pastor brought the third of a most Interesting and Inspiring scries of discourses on tho theme, "That Night," following which the administration of tho communion was conducted. Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson, Mr. Wood, Earl Gibson, Mrs. J. W. Wertz and Mrs. Ella Dubbs spent several days the latter part of last week visiting at tho Gibson cottage near Three Springs, ' Huntingdon county. Tho male members of the party enjoyed gunning'expeditions with some success. Mrs. John Chamberlain of Connells- vlllc, Pa., who is spending some time' visiting among relatives and friends In this region was a week-end visitor here at the home of her step-son, Harry E. Chamberlain. ! Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Hicks who reside a short distance west of Dun- cansvllle, along the William Pcnn highway, entertained a group of their friends at a Hallowe'en party given at their home the latter part of last week. A very enjoyable time was reported, the evening being devoted to games, contests and other amusements. At a late hour a seasonable refreshment menu was served. Many of the guests were from out-of-town points. Dewey Brawley, who resides just across the borough line at New Portage Junction, waa the first local nim- rod to report the bagging of a wild turkey on the opening day of the 1929 hunting season. Mr. Brawley was in the woods near Petersburg when the new season dawned and soon encountered a small Jlock of turkeys. Before 8 o'clock \ ho had bagged tho season limit, one nice nine-pound, hen and concluded his hunting, for the day, although several other members of his party continued hunting throughout the day without matching his success. A turkey dinner was an enjoyable event o£ tha week-end at the Brawley home. John Echard a well known resident of New Portago Junction Is able to be about again after being confined to his home for the past couple of weeks suffering from influenza. Mr. Echard, who is employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad company in the Altoona works, expects to be able to resume his employment In a week or two. Raymond Zlmberland and Harry F. Hoover both of Fourth avenue, this place, enjoyed e. motor trip to Mont Alt, Pa., u few-days ago. Barber J. Frank Weaver motored to near Petersburg on tho opening day Representatives of the Mountain League Basketball association, held an official meeting Friday evening at 4 o'clock In Ihe Tyrone High school for the purpose of reorganization and election of officers for coming season. Nine schools were officially represented in the organization, and all brought glad messages of cheer and. eagerness for the starting of the official season, which opens Jan. 4, and continues until March 8. The officers elected were as follows: President, Mr. House, of Lewlstown; vice president, Mr. Young, of Hollidaysburg; secretary and treasurer, C. C. Smith, of Mount Union. The Senior-Junior High School Parent-Teacher association will meet for the November meeting tomorrow evening at 7.45 o'clock. The following very interesting program will be presented: A group of vocal selections by the Senior High School Girls Glee club, under the direction of MIsa Margaret Nash, supervisor of music; the subject, "Habits and Attitude of School Children," will 'be discussed; Miss Rosp Zelgler wll! present the "Habit" discussion and. Mrs. I. F. Hepler will discuss "Attitude." The meeting will be presided over by President Joseph L. Charles, who will arrange for the devotional period. The program committee serving the combined Senior and Junior High Scihool association for the present school term is composed of Prof. Clark Skelly, Mrs. Joseph Charles, Mrs. Walter Pownall, Miss Margaret Nash and Miss Louise 'Owens. A surprise feature for meet- In gls being withheld and those in charge are anxious that all patrons and friends of 'the High schools arrange to be present, to enjoy both the formal program and the surprise feature. The monthly meeting'of the Catholic Daughters of America will be held this evening at 8 o'clock. Installation of officers will take place at this meeting, and all menibers are urged to be present. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stevens have as their guest Mrs. Stevens' slater, Mrs. M. C. Huss, at their home on West Washington avenue. The Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil -war, Sarah Elizabeth Dysart tent, will hold their regular meeting in the G. A. R. hall at 7.45 o'clock. The Daughters will have the honor of entertaining. Mra. Margaret Schwlng of Johnstown, state president of the organization. All members are requested to be present for this meeting. A special season will be enjoyed following the formal business session. The Lutheran Ladles' Aid society will hold its monthly meeting this evening at 7.30 o'clock in the church. The coin cards are to be brought in to this meeting. Mrs. Frank W. McFarlunii, presl- ' tw » wceka, ia getting holler. Endrcsa school, which will be held In I of hunting season in the hope of got- tlio school building on Broad avenue j ting a wild turkey, bul relumed wllh- and Fitly-first street Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock. After tha business session tho entertainment, committee has arranged this plcuslng program: A piano duel, "The Danco of the Demons," by Mrs. McGraw and Mra. Grace McNeal; vocal Holo, "Bells ot tho Sea," by Georgo Niemun; piano solo by Mrs. McGraw; Tarring S. Davis, superintendent of.tlio Blair county schools, will deliver an addresa on readings, which will bo followed by a vocal aolo by Mr. Nlumnn and a piano duet, "ValHe Caprice, by Mra, McGraw and Mra. McNeal. The membership committee urges all patrons and friends to be present. Mr. and Mra. William Treese, Jr., have returned to their homo in the Schweitzer apartmontu ofter spending several days with Mrs. Treeso's par- 1'iUa, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Shuey in Cm-tin. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eastep have re- lurned after ununillng several days In Philadelphia. Mr. and, Mrs. Frank Smith of Birmingham, Ala., and Jfr. and Mra. W. H. Nelson of New Brunswick, N. J., were callerH to Altoona on account of tho (leutli of Mrs. Smith's and Mrs. Nelson's dialer, Mrs. A. D. Williams or 411B Fifth avenue. Grant Cochran and Mulvlu McCluIIan of 3S18 Slxlh avenue molured to Huntingdon, where they opent Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Stoele of Juniata wero Thursday evening dinner gueats ut thu home of Mr. and Mra, Oeorge Steelc al 4011 Fifth avenue. Mra, John R. Lytlu of 3043 Burgoon road, who lias been 111 for the past dent of thu Women's guild of Dm First Presbyterian church announces that the November inuullng of thu guild will bu huld on Monday uvcnlng, Nov. 11, at 7.30 o'clock, in the uniurtnjn- ment room of the church. Thu liosl- eaaea are Mra. Georgu u. Miller, chairman j Mrs. Homer C. McKlllip, llru. Bereriy W. Maltum, Mra. Conrad K. Breidenatein, Mra. John T. KodUuy, Mra. Archibald T. Jlurnlah, Minn IMu. UcFarland, Mrs. N. L. Nuwlinghum and Mra. Chester B. Elliott. A nuHul hour with refreshinunta will bo featured At the cloau u£ tltu business mating. FOR RKNT—Four room apartment, 1106 Allegheny atrect,—Adv. VOTE FOK JAMES S. MUNDORFF FOll Assessor of Second Ward Adv. LYRIC HOLLIDAYSBUKO' A Record Uun of Kntertttlniiieut. Warner Uroit pretent Monte Blue In "THB GBEYIIOUNU LIMITED." Chapter 8, "Flrute of runuma." Internutlouul .N'ew». OUKII 1 V. M. Mr. and Mra. Unmont of Cumberland, Md., are upending Huverul days with lira. J.umont'a purontu, Mr. and Mru. John Suiilul at 3901 Burgoon road. lira. H. M. Overly of 410 Thlrty- .sevimth street, uvcumpanlud by her Krundduughtur, Wl«.s Louise Cluw.son of 4021 Fifth avenue, have returned uflvr upending m:vurul days with relative In IJulli'fontu. llr. und Mra. Fay Hlleipan and Mr. anil Mrs. CletUd McCully moturud to I'ittslmrj;!!, where they will spend several duyn. Hubert Fowler of 4037 Fifth avenue \vus a Thursday and Friday visitor In LuwlHlown. Mr. und II I'M. Sliuron IJinburt motored to L,ewl8luwn, where they spent the week-end with itiia. Limbert'u parents. Charles McGurvey of 3046 Fifth avenue was In .South Fork, where he spent Thursday afternoon aud evening. Mr. and Mra. George Dceters and daughter Geraldlne of 303d Fifth »v«- nue motored to Williea-Uurre, where they spent the week-end. Mr. and Mra. Eurlu Wugner and family of 3933 Burgoon road ure spending several daya with relatives In Wil- llumsburg. Miss Mildred Norris has returned to her home at 3925 Burgoon road after spending two weeks In Jrvonu, Tho Harmony iiiblu class of the South Altoona Baptist mission will meet at the home of Mr. und Mrs. D. Ross Stratum. 3SU4 Fifth avenue. this evening at 7.30 o'clock. All mem- are to b« present. out success. Samuel Marble, John Conrad, Charles Stoltz and Dr. H. A. Wright wero membera of a hunting party to Trough Creek valley, Huntingdon county, tho latter part of last week, where largo numbers of squirrels were reported waiting to bo targets for sponffimcn. This was found to bo the case and the group succeeded in thin- Ing tho ranks of tho animals to the extent of un even dozen. Mr. Marble bagging tho limit of a half dozen and tile other? dividing the other half dozen between them, No other game was taken on their hunt. Mr. Conrad missed a shot taken at a big wild turkey gobbler, much to the regret ot himself and tho other members of the p«.rty. . Mrs. William B. Plowman of Fourth avenue returned home the latter part of last week after an extended visit with relatives and friends ut BoIIu Vurnon, Pa. Fred Crawford who Is employed by tha Pennsylvania Kullroud company at Iiucknow, apont tho week-end here at thu homo of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Crawford of West Fourteenth street. Earl Tarr of Patton was a latter part of the week visitor here at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. George II. Koon and other relatives und friends, Mra. Arthur Piper of 1421 Third avenue was a latter part of the week visitor ut Philadelphia. Miss Esther Williams of the Holll- daysburg Y. W. C. A. again addressed tho girls of the local public schools on lust Friday afternoon in the interest of the organization of a Girls' lie- serve club. A committee of teuchera und others was named during the meeting und it is likely that an organization will be formed ut a similar meeting to be held on tho coming Friday afternoon between 3 and 4 o'clock, as much Interest is being manifested In tha matter as presented by Miss Williams. A number of ladles of the community have been Invited to assist lu uponaoriug the new organization. Miss Williams wus here somu time agu und at that time spoke to the girls concerning the club, pointing out the many advantages of such un organization. John Hurker of Eust Third'avenue und u Crc'sson nimrod spent the latter part of lust week on a hunting trip to Fulton county. Hurry K. Chumberluln of west of town attended the funeral of a cousin held an Suturduy at Clappertown. Thu pupils attending the llrst and second grades in the local public schools held Hallowe'en parties in their school rooms on last Friday afternoon and hud delightful times playing games and otherwise Indulging in a program planned by the teachers, It was a masquerade party und ull were dressed in fancy costumes. Mrs. Juliua W. Wertz of 1132 Fourth avenue spent the week-end visiting at the home ot her son, Benton Wertz und family ut Johnstown. Miss Catherine June Liebegott entertained a group of friends at a Hal- lowe'en party given ut her horn; ut 1214 Fourth avenue on last Friday evening. A pleasing entertainment program wus arranged for the party, which was a masquerade affair. Nurn- The class of '31, Tyrone High school, held their annual Hallowe'en party In the High school building Friday evening-, under most delightful conditions. The decorating committee, had spared no effort In arraying the corridor in most attractive attire for the affair. The evening was spent In games, dancing and some clever stunts by LeRoy Naylor and John Beyer. Miss L.esher was adjudged the prettiest dressed masquerader, wearing a very becoming quaint colonial costume. Rex Seymour and Louisa Hepler -were even in the honors for the most original costumes and Margaret Oensimore carried off the distinction of being the most humorously dressed junior present. Delicious refreshments topped off the evening's program of entertainment and the young folks parted for their homes, each fully satisfied that this social function was tMe most successful yet attempted by the Junior group. The decorating committee was composed of Robert Fisher, Robert Hlltner, . Robert Cox, Romayne Williams, Phyllis Lynn; entertainment committee, Louise Hepler, Lucille Lehman, Harrison Ale and Bernadlne Shlldt; refreshment committee, Gertrude Kasplc, Albert Agnew, Thomas Holllck and Sarah Hlckes, chairman. The chaperons for this occasion were Miss King and Miss McDowell. The officers elected to serve the class are: President, Joseph Charles; vice president, Robert Wolfe; secretary, Helen Elder; treasurer, Horace Elder; social managers,! Mao Davis and Ruth Fleck. The Veterans' association will hold a covered dish luncheon in •. connection with their November meeting to be held next Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock In the Y. M. C. A. Every retired man attending Is privileged to bring his wife or a friend and to taKe 'a covered- dish. .The committee In charge is promising an afternoon of real entertainment and social fellowship. It Is desired that every retired employe of the Pennsylvania Railroad company avail themselves of this opportunity to mingle with their fellow- workers of former days. Mr. and Mr,6. Elmer Slngley had as their guests over the week-end tha former's father George ,Slngley, of Gettysburg. Harry Singley, also of Gettysburg, was a pleasant guest at the Slngley home on Sixth street. . The Hannah Huston Bible class of the First Methodist Sunday school will hold a Hallowe'en party in the church parlors tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. It la hoped that every member of the class who possibly can will arrange to attend this unique social function and to participate In the fun by attending, masked. PETERSBURG Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Davis of Detroit, Mich., are enjpylng their vacation with Mr. Davis" parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis at their larm,' Rural Home, in Shaver's Creek valley. Mrs. LIlHe Calvert and Mrs. Mina Shank and Mrs. Bessie Foore, all of Altoona were visitors in town last Saturday. Mrs. Martha Keith of King street is visiting her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. James Hammond and family of Harrlsburg. Monday evening, Oct. 28, Mrs. Andreu C. Keith very delightfully en- tertained'Her class of. Zlon Lutheran Sunday school at her home on King street. The party was a Hallowe'en affair and everything was in keeping with the season. About 7.30 o'clock the guests arrived in varied costumes. There wero ghosts, -witches and many different people abroad that evening. Games were previously planned by the hostess and everything was in keeping for the young folks to have a most pleasant evening. The decorations were beautiful and after an evening of fun the guests were Invited to tho dining room where delicious refreshments were served to the following: Misses Frances Hoffman, Orpha Hu- Hng, Ruth Longenecker, Salome Graf- flus, Phyllis Longenecker, Martha Klrkpatrlck, Martha Longenecker, Margaruetta Hohman, Agnes Piper, Pauline Rupert, Martha Bell Keith, Odessa Steve, Marie Graffius and the teacher, Mrs. Andreu C. Keith. Philip McCafferty, a former resident of town but for several years living In Akron, O., was a visitor in town last week, Mr. and Mrs, R. Boyler and two children, Mr. H. C, Breon and Miss Rose Rogan of Wllllamsport were week-end guests of Mrs, H. C. Breon at her home on Hill street. Saturday evening a masquerade party was entertained by Mr, and Mrs. Charles Thompson at their farm home In Shaver's Creek valley. The big feature of the eyenlng was a mock wedding, performed by Rev. Foster Rlnker. Tho costumes and entertainment were In keeping with the Hal- lowe'en season. Games and music suitable to this occasion were enjoyed by all. Late In the evening delicious refreshments were served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Little and daughter Ruth, Mr. and Mra. W. K. Ross und daughter Rose, Mr, and Mrs. Chester Werlz and son Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Llttlu and son Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Little, Mrs. Clyde LI tile and son Fay, Mr, and Mrs. R. N. Hunter and son Teddy, Mra. Andrew Irvin and son Jay, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bryan and son Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Slanley, Mr. and Mra. Ralph Thompson, Mr. and Mra. Earl Logan, Mrs. Georgo Logan, Mrs. Eva Ross, Mrs, Fred Fuoose, Mrs. Frank Lehner, Mrs. Clarence Walte and daughter'Loulae, Rev. and Mrs. Foster Rlnker, Miss . Louise' Morrow, Miss Anna Morrow, Miss Jane Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson and Jesse Thompson of Detroit, Mich,, Mr. and Mrs. George Bell Of Eden Hill, Eugene Cunningham of McAlvey'a Fort and Mr. and Mra. Charles Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brooks and family of Huntirigdon and Mrs. Margaret Shcasley, Mrs. Broolta 1 mother, who la a guest in the Brooks home, called on frlenda in town recently. erous costumes of bcauly and some of a. humorous character -were worn by the guesla. Al a late hour a dalnly lunch was served, consisling of seasonable delicacies. A number of the gueatM \tnfo train out of town. A common drunk, uald to be an Altoona resident, wua pldced under arrest by borough Constable George W. Myera shortly after 8 o'clock Sunday morning at the upper diamond. The man was commilled to the county Jail at Hollidaysburg to await a hearing before a local magistrate. The rain of the morning aoaked him as thoroughly outside and he wan inside. Robert Miller of Maple Hollow road, a well known pocal Mirror carrier and one of the section's youngest nimroda had a big day on the open- Ing day of the hunting season. Not only did he bag the limit of rabbits and a quail a« waa previously noted, but he returned home after complul- ing hla roule on last Friday afternoon in time to shoulder his shotgun and bring down a nice big Engllah rink- neck preasant in a field adjoining the Miller home. ROARING^SPRING Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rock and son Daniel of Blue Ridge summit, were very pleasanlly entertained at the" 1 home of thejr aunt Mrs. Mary A. Bassler and sister Mrs. Anna Noble on Cherry street, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stephens have returned to their home on Park avenue after spending the past few days visiting their daughter Mrs. Warren Hair at Harrlsburg. Mrs. David F. McGee left on Saturday for Manor staton where she expects to spend a few days visiting Mrs. James Hoakes. From ^here she expects to go to Pittsburgh where she will spend the remainder of the waek with her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Daily. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly and children James, Jennie, Alvin and Gordon of Hollidaysburg, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Dillon and Mrs. F. Tuka- nanza of Altoona were very pleasantly entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Dillon on Woodbury pike during tho past few days. Mr. and Mrs. David B. Carper of Woodbury were guests at the home of Mr. Carper's sister Mra. Mary A. Bassler last Tuesday. Guests at the home of Mrs. Mary A. Bassler on. Cherry street during the past few days were Rev. and Mrs. Harry C. Shank and Mr. and Mrs. Lsban Funk of Waynesboro, Andrew Galbralth and daughter Mrs. Cassldy of Huntingdon and Mr. and Mrs. William H. Carper of Woodbury.- On Tuesday evening, Nov. 12, Bishop Joseph F. Berry will give hla famous stirring patrlolic address • on "How Shall Wo Make Prohibition Effective," in the Trinity Methodist church. The community rally, as the gathering; will be called, will be in charge of Rev. George S. Womer, "pastor of the Trinity church and everybody is cordially invited to attend. The meeting will begin at 8 o'clock. During the' past few weeks considerable damage has been done in the Greenlawn cemetery, vases and. other material placed In the cemetery on the graves of friends and relatives being broken. The damage is the act of boys and in the fulure the cemetery will be guarded and any person or persons caught in the plot without a good reason will be turned over to tha authorities. ' , The flrat grades of the Roaring Spring schools combined forces on Thursday afternoon and staged onn of tho season's biggest masquerade parties. More than' a hundred students participated in the annual event and the children, following the lunch hour, returned to the school in costume and spent tha afternoon hours in enjoyment instead of their regular afternoon classes. The teachers, Miss Helen. Martin and Miss Leonore Garver» were in charge of (he students and' various forms of entertainment occupied the hours. Before the ending of tho day's session, the children were treated to a luncheon composed of ginger bread, apples and candy. The Good Cheer circle of the Trinity Methodist Sunday school in charge of Mrs. R, A. Lambert, held their monthly meeting In the form of a Hallowe'en party. A large number of the members of tho circle were in altendance with a number of visitors and the evening hours opened with a guessing contest of who's who under the masks and the evening continued with various forma of amusement and music. The monthly business transactions were discarded during the evening, and at a seasonable hour a delicious luncheon was served in keeping with the Hallowe'en season. Decorations of black and orange were used. Those in attendance were Mildred Butler, Melvu Dodson, Cleo Audery Tarman, Mildred Honestlne, Margaret Thompson, Nannie Dodson, Katharine Gelwicks, Kthel Clapsaddle. Mrs. Wilfred Garber," Hazel McKnight, Mrs. R. A. Lamberl, Mary Gates, Paulina Young, Dorothy Bickle, Marlon Het- rlck. Helen Daugherty, Grace Butler, Mrs. Oder L. Burket, Emma Price, Cleona Mauk, Mrs. Bedelia Thomas, Mrs. Charles Fissle, Mary Hess, Mrs. Elmer Long, Janet Raugh, Sara Zoob and Celiu Barnett. The Sunshine Bible class of the United Brethren church held their monthly meeting last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Schenclc of Korth Fifth street. The meeting wan 'n charge of the vice president, Mrs. 31ara Campbell. The Scripture lesson was read by Mrs. Campbell followed by prayer by Mrs. Schmittle. Tha business was then transacted. The follow- ng- were then served with a dainty lunch: Mrs. Moses, Mrs. Mary Caswell, Mrs, Josephine Gummo, Mrs, Carrie Keller, Mrs. Eliza Mingle, Mrs, Martha Caswell, Mrs. Mary Root, Mrs. Amelia Sarr, Mrs. Violet Goss and son George, Mrs. Alma Davis, Mrs. Clara Campbell, Mrs, Margaret Edmlston, Mrs. Margaret Schmittle, Mr. and Mrs. Schenck and Mrs. Cora Caswell, members, and Mrs. Bashller, a visitor. The Ladles' Aid society of the Tipton Methodist church will serve dinner and supper at the home of Mrs. George Sprankle on Election day, to- morYow. Everybody is cordially invited to dine with the ladies for the Jeneflt of the church'. Senior Queen Esthers of the Method- .st church will meet at the hpme of Mrs. J. W. Lowther on Martin street this evening. It is the annual thank offering meeting^' Girl Scouts will meet in the Method- .st hall this evening to complete arrangements for the Hallowe'en social to be held at the Y. M. C. A. Friday night. A birthday surprise party was held at the home of Mrs. H. M. Kustaborder,' 713 Sixth street, in honor of her sort, Samuel Kustaborder. The evening was'spent in games and music. Refreshments were served to the fol- .owlng, who were present: Patsy Vlegn, Paul Lynn, Merrll Davis, Deck Williams, Blair Miller, Kahl Hescox, David Hescox, Paul Estep, Beverly Myers, Catherine Moffitt, Samuel Kus- Laborder, and Mr. and Mrs. Kustaborder. Norbert Fegan, Mrs, Hubert Schell of Akron, O., and Leroy Fegan of Toledo, O., were, week-end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fegan in West Bellwood, The What-So-Eyer class of the Methodist Sunday school will hold their Tegular meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mts. Catharine Miller, South Second street. It will be In the form of a masquerade and all are to mask as ghosts. NOTICE A report having bcert 'circulates throughout Antis township that John Hollen is a member and supporter of the Antls Township Civic club and that some party or parties are using: my name In connection with the labor party, this is to certify that I am in ao manner, shape or form connected with tho said Antlg Township Civic league. I am a candidate for supervisor and liope to receive your vote. j JOHN HOIAEN, Sworn anil subscribed before me November Z, 1029. W. F. Balsbach, justice of/the peace. (Political Advertisement.) BELLWOOD FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR J. E. WILSON Good Schools—Good Koads. Slogan: Economy In Township Money. VOTE FOR WILSON A PROGRESSIVE MOVE Adv. LAKEMONT The W. C. T. V. will hold their regular meeting this evening at the home of Mrs. Annie Lonsdale, 206 Front street. s AH members are urged to be present." The Buds of Promise Sunday school class of the Church of God'will hold their regular class meeting this evening at the home of their teacher, Mrs. Harriet Conrad, in the Colonial apartment, 2105 Union avenue, Altoona. AH the girls are earnestly requested to be present. The Queen Esther Bible class of the Church of God will hold their regular meeting In the church Tuesday evening. All the ladles are urged to be present. The council of the Church of God will meet this evening at the home of the pastor, Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Nonemaker. The name of Mrs. Ella Martin was unintentionally omitted from the list of names in Saturday evening's paper of those who attended the Gleaners Sunday school masquerade party held at the Horner home on Thursday eve- nin. JUNIATA The Ladies' guild of St. Peter's Episcopal church met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. W. P. SHaf-' for, 803 Broadway. During the business session, plana were made to hbld a cafeteria and social Nov. 14, In the festal hall of the church. A social hour -was enjoyed and Mrs. Shaffer's guests were: Mrs. Albion Hatch, Hollidaysburg, Mrs. William Bell and daughter Edith, Mrs. Herbert Bell, Mrs'. Earl Russell, Mrs. Joseph Clarkson, Mrs. Joshua Webster, Mrs, Herbert Bullock, Mrs. Harry Hammon and Mrs. Fred W. Flshel. Mrs. W. D. Benney of 614 Fifth avenue and Mrs. William B. Barry of 319 Second avenue, Altoona, have returned from a visit with relative In Columbus, O. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Gwln and son of Dallas, Tex,, motored to Juniata and are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gwin, 1006 Broadway. The Glad-U-Kum class of Trinity Lutheran church will hold Ita annual Hallowe'en party on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. J. B. Wills, 1530 Sixth avenue. All members are urged to be present. Hallowe'en was fittingly celebrated In Juniata on Thursday evening. Young people turned out en masse for the occasion and, of course, had a hand in the many pranks that were played on citizens at large. Some damage resulted from this but not to such an extent as to result In -trouble for the guilty parties. CARROLLTOWN Miss Anna Strassler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Strassler of Hastings, and Cosmas Elder, also of Hastings, were married In St. Bernard's church before a nuptial high mass, Rev.-Father Stephen, O. S. B., officiating, at 0 o'clock Thursday morning. Attending the couple were Miss Alice Rager and Harry Oarrlty, the latter of Patton. Mr. and Mrs. Elder will reside In Hastings. Miss Marlon Lubert and John Pon- gonls of Detroit, Mich., former residents of Hastings, were married in St. George's Catholic church, Detroit, Oct. 26, They "will reside In the city of their present address. Paul T. Cronauer of Waynesboro, son of Mrs. Anna Cronauer of Hastings, and Miss Evelyn Anderson of Waynesboro were married at St. iMary's rectory, Hagerstown, Md., Rev. Father Relnhat't, pastor of St. Mary's church, performing the ceremony. The wedding wae of recent date. Mr. and Mrs, Cronauer will make their home in Waynesboro. A large doe was struck by the car driven by Dean Woods of Westover, while motoring towards Lantzy's mill, near Hastings, Monday night, Mr. Woods stated the animal was standing beside the road and as the car ap- .prodched It apparently became be- .wlldered and darted In front o'f the machine, the contact damaging the car and breaking the deer's back. The animal weighed about ISO pounds. After reporting the case to Constable Clem Gerln, the doe was shot and the carcass was sent to the Spangler hospital. ... A party for kiddles was held by the American. Legion auxiliary, Carrolltown, at Legion hall, Thursday afternoon, the program being characteristic of the Hallowe'en season. The youngsters were In costume befitting'the day and had a merry time. Prizes were awarded for the most comical and the prettiest costumes, four honors being presented. Peter Kaylor.of near Loretto was taken from the Mercy hospital, .Johnstown, to his home, his condition being reported niuch-improved. The patient suffers from -. an eye trouble. Peter Kaylor is a brother of Joseph Kaylor and Mrs. Cozard,of Carrolltown. BOALSBURG Dr. W. W. Woods has returned from New York, where he attended the funeral of his brother-in-law, Professor Edgar Place. ' . Rev. W. W Moyer attended the classls of the Reformed church at Beaver Springs the early part of the week. Luther K. .Dale of Oak Hall spent part of Wednesday in town. Dr. George Woods and daughter Miss Mary Woods of Pine Grove Mills were callers in town on Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. Barnes of Brunswick, Me., are guests of their daughter, Mrs. O. F. Smith. Rev. W. J. Wagner and George Felding of Linden Hall attended Lutheran conference at Spring Mills on Monday and Tuesday, Samuel T. Foutz was pleasantly surprised Friday evening at the homa of his son and' daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Charles R. Foutz, 331 Eighth, avenue, in honor of his 75th birthday. At 5 o'clock' the guests assembled in the dining room and after the invocation by Rev. J. O, C. McCracken, Juniata Pfesbyterlan pastor, a four- course dinner was enjoyed. The eve« nlfig was spent in pleasant reminiscence of boyhoqd days, the guest of honor relating a number of his famous corn-husking experiences -while in the far west, during the years of 1876 and 1877. After several other delightful features all departed for their homes, wishing their brother and friend many- more happy birthdays. Those who en. Joyed the dinner were Samuel Foutz, retired farmer of Homers gap, and four brothers, A. Blair Foutz and Max R, FouW, retired merchants of Bell« wood; James Foutz, retired butcher, now of Juniata Gap; Edward A. Foutz, foreman at United Home Dressed Meat company; Rev. J. O. C. McCracken, pastor of the Juniata Presbyterian church; Mrs. Ida Jones, Herbert Foutz and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Foutz. Al Strobaugh, the congenial restaurant man at Fourth avenue and Second street, -was successful in bagging a nine pound wild turkey Friday while hunting near Petersburg. Other members of the party were J. W. Benney, H. B. Mentzer and B. L, Elder. Several rabbits, two ring neck pheasants and a number 1 of squirrels were also brought home by the hunters. • The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the First Methodist ,'0<ji§jch will meet this evening'in the prefer meeting room of the church. Members will note the. change of place. The Nota Bene Mission circle of tha First Methodist church will meet Thursday evening in the lecture room of tMe church. A.good attendance la urged, Mitanka council, No. 249, Degree of Pocahontaa, -will hold their annual banquet Wednesday evening at 6.30 o'clock in the Odd Fellows hall. All members are invited. The social and entertainment committee -will meet at the hall Wednesday morning at 8.30 o'clock. Members of the Laura Weston branch, Loyal Temperance Legion, held an interesting meeting Saturday afternoon in the Y. M. C. A. parlors. The lesson for the session was taught by Mrs. Weston, after which Paulina Newark read the Scripture lesson. A business session waa held, at which time plans were made for the anniversary meeting, which will take place on Nov. 30, with a fine program. The B. B. club was entertained Friday evening at the home of Mrs. C. M. Faslck, 313 Ninth avenue. The ladies enjoyed a delicious sauer-kraut dinner and spent, the evening playing "500." .Mrs. Fasick's guests were; Mrs. Juniata Martin, Mrs. Carl Black, Mrs. A. W. Martin, Mrs. R. R. Bain, Mrs. A, W, Moffitt, Mrs, W. Ray Martin and Mrs. J. E. Delp of Pitcairn. The Forward Movement Bible class of the First Methodist Sunday; school will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, in the church, to complete plans fop the "Jiggs" supper to be held Friday, Nov. 8. A good attendance is urged at the meeting. Camp 152, P. O. of A. will initiats B> class of candidates at the meeting T.uesday evening. Every member of the degree team is urgd to be on hand promptly. 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