>v. ' " C ' /. l' ' r " | / - , ( -> , .'t. ALT »36tf A 4. 19B9. f W1LLIAMSBURG » Last Tuesday evening a host of friends gathered at the home of Mr. Lewis Weaver in Woodbury near Cove Forge. The people cattle masked and had quite a bit of fun trying to find cjut who each other was. The evening was spent in playing games and dancing, concluding with the serving of delicious refreshments in keeping with the Hallowe'en season. Those present •were: Frank Troxel and children Bessie and Chalmer, Mrs. John ShultK and children Stella and Carl, Mrs. Joseph Dopp, Mrs. Carey Dopp, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus ghowalter, Mr. and Mrs. .Judd Reigh, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Reigh, Mrs. Samuel Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Starr, Mr. and Mrs. Ted .Piper, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Norris and children Madolyn, Mildred and Ro- inaine, Mrs. Bertha Robeson and children Fred, Martha, Carl, Ray, Galen and Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Barnie Reeder and children Charles, Willis, Grace and Gladys, Mrs. Mary Brant- tier and sons Nelson and Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. William Hearn and children Junior, Ida, Dean and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Treese, Misses Frances Hencht, Hazel Dell, Nora Dell, Dorpthy Reigh, Ada Reigh, Louella Beck, Mary Hoover, Esther Hoover, Viola Reigh, Mildred England, Hazel Edwards, Elda Treese, Thelma Hoff- Mer, Helen Isenberg, Alma Isenberg, Mildred Greaser, Margaret Greaser, Messrs. Fred Brenneman, James Dell, George Dell, Blaine Reigh, Mervin (Reigh, Paul Hoover, Bernard Reigh, Theodore Fonner, Oliver Reigh, Wood- *ow Norris, Clarence Hottner, Paul Eitchey, Oacar Hicks, William Moyer, Edgar Boyd, Ray MacIBlwain, Mrs. Maria Cad'le, Mr. and Mrs. William Weaver, Mr. a.nd Mrs. Lewis Weaver and son Donald. ' There was a very successful meeting o£ the Williamsburg Sportsmen's as- sojtiation held at H. O. Snively's store /Mpyuesday evening. The next meeting will be held at the same place on Tuesday evening, Nov. 12. The •association now has sixty-seven members and would like to make it 100 by the next meeting. The association "received eighty cans of six inch brook trout Saturday a.nd the game commission has offered rabbits, also ring ;neck pheasant eggs which the association will accept and use to the best advantage. The four classes of the local High school held meetings recently and elected the following officers and named the class colors for the present year: Senior class: President, Ralph Whittaker, jr.; vice president, Grace Reeder! secretary, Anna Si- •monS; treasurer, John Wagner; colors, crimson and cream; junior class: President, Regis Kifer; vice president, Reid Morgan; secretary, Jean •Smith; treasurer, Frances Fay; colors, maroon and ivory. Sophomore class,: President, Chester Eastep; vice president, Kenneth Isenberg; secre- 'tary, Hazel Edwards; treasurer, Easton McNerlin; colors, brown and gold. Freshman class: President, Ralph. Dewev vice president, William Blyler- secretary, Charlotte White; treas- |urer, Grace Lower; colors blue and gl| The Mary Crever Dunning Mission- 'arv society, of the Methodist church -will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday [evening, Nov. 5, at the home of Mrs. ,Leland Miller, East Second street. All •members are urged to be pres ent as ithe thank offering will be lifted at this 'meeting. Miss Sara Hess is the lead- 'i^Albert L. Mogle left on 'Wednesday 'evening for Chicago when/ he will enter an electrical school. The funeral service for Mrs. Lydia Low Berryhill, wife of William Berry. •hili; was held on Wednesday after- Soon in the Methodist church The fed (Sunday scnbol Uftder tne SUperVl- sioh of Violet Baugftrtmn and the primary class held ft socta.1 itt the church basement last Saturday afternoon. The afternoon Was spent In playing games concluding With the serving of refreshments. "Those present were Marjorle Fleming, Doris Fleming, Bobble Baughman and mother, Barbara Myers, Irene Myers and mother Shirley Lane, Grace Lane, Lame Lane, Richard Lane and mother, Anna Belle Isenberg, Shirley Isenberg, Jean Kennedy, Lcls Kennedy and mother, Joseph Daughertj; artd mother, Wlllard KIbler, Ethel liastep, Elda Eastep, Billy Kagarlse, Hannah Mae Shaefer and, the teachers, Violet Baughman, Esther Moyer and Annie Frye. The past while back a group of boys have bepn practicing the same stunts that have been going on about twice each year, that is, the collecting the change and milk tickets out of milk bottles that have been set out the night before for the milkman. If they are caught, which in all likelihood they Will be, there will be quite a bit of explaining to be done. Theie- fore they had better let the change and tickets' alone. The funeral service for Ellen Rutledge Reed, wife of Harry Reed, was held from the late home about a mile north of Williamsburg on Thursday afternoon in charge of her pastor Rev. S. R. MacPhee of the Presbyterian church, assisted by Rev. V. D. Nauglo, .pastor of the Lutheran church. The service was largely attended by sorrowing relatives and friends. The interment was made in the Presbyterian cemetery. FOB SALE OR RENT—8 room house, water, heat, electric light, A-l condition, lloblnsons extension. In- The Campflfe Girls of Salem Reformed .church on Saturday evening lad their first social function in the form of a Hallowe'en party, to which :hey invited troop No. 7, Boy Scouts, v at the home of L. W. Mench, 329 East" Caroline avenue, and a great time was had with music and games until a seasonable hour, when refreshments were served. Those present were Myrna Kelley, Bessie LingenMter, Anna Ashburni Ruth Clifford, Betty Simpson, Ida Mae Grim'th, Phyllis dauver, Eleanor Meredith, Lornine Meredith, Doris Hart, Alma Burns, Ruth McCollum, Ruth Hall, Maxine Gorsuch, June Gorsuch, Dorothea Relf- steck, Myrna Kerr, Margare.1 Troutman, Hazel Burnshlre, Hazel Kelly, Sarah, Violet and Larue Mensch, Cnmp- flre girls; Robert Mayhue, Robert Boltz, Paul Krugh, Ralph Rutter, Rob- quire of E. bank. S. Shelly, JTlrst National Adv. EAST END ert Mort, Harold Springer, Tommy Simpson, Billle Griffith, Marion Faust, Dalton Householder, Boy Scouts; Rev. and Mrs. Walter E. Reifsnyder and sons Bill, Junior and David, and L. W. Mensch and wife. The house was beautifully decorated in Hallowe'en colors. The I. W. Gorsuch Bible class of Salem Reformed church, will serve Its annual election day dinner in the social rooms of the church tomorrow. A cordial invitation ia extended to all to attend. The teachers' training class of Salem Chiifch, in order td make up for lost time, will have a two-hour session from 7 to 9 o'clock on Wednesday evening. The congregation of Third tlnlted Brethren and Salem Reformed churches will hold a union service in Third United Brethren church next Sunday evening. Altoona council, No. 370, Junior Order United American Mechanics, had a very Interesting meeting last Thurs- lay night and made plans for the winter meetings and entertainments. The council has accepted an invitation to attend a union Armistice day service at Third United Brethren church next Sunday evening at 7.30, when an A.rmlstlce day sermon will bo preached. The council members are urged to "noct at the corner of East street and East Harrison avenue and proceed ;hence to the church. A committe has >een appointed to collect all of the baseball paraphernalia used by the council's team last season, and all players are asked to have everything ready for the committee when Jhey call. The social committee is pre 7 paring to serve refreshments at hte THEATRE "THE WOLF SONG" With Gary Cooper, Lupe Vclcz and Louis Wolhclm. Also Comedy, "Smith's Vacation." Free—One piece china to every lady. . The service was largely at- bv sorrowing friends and rela- The interment was made in 'the '•'• Presbyterian cemetery. . „„_„ Prof D. R. Sollenberger had charge of the preparatory service at the Fairview Church of the Brethren last Sun- dav and conducted the love feast rtUe evening at the- same Ch Ep'hralm Sollenbrgr and family of Frdericksburg were recent visitors •with relatives in town. _ The Count-on-me class of the Reformed Sunday school' held its monthly meeting on Tuesday evening, Oct. 29 ™t the home of Miss Annie Frye, West Second street. The leader was Kathleen Smith. After the regular program and business a social time was had by playing games of the Hallowe'en Kind and concluding with toe serving of delicious ^eshments. Those present were Mrs. Robert Kennedy, Mrs. Robert Fleming, Mrs. Thomas Baughman, Mrs. Reuben Myers, Mrs. Chalmer Sherman and son Dick Misses Edith Greaaei-, Kathleen Smith and Annie Frye. The beginners class of the Reform- Colonial TODAY TUE. & WED. Daily 2 to 5 & 7 to 10.30 p. m. The Thrill of Thrills It's Different Special Every Mon. and Thur. Eves. Green Glassware Nights Every lady attending holding a 25c ticket will receive one article of the Do-Luxe Spring-time Glass- tvait FREE n • Kves. (all seats) Me "rices: Mats.. 100-150 Coming Thursday, Sir Hall Carncs' Masterpiece "The Bondman" Broken Plates and Loose Plates remade like new. Free examination SWEET AIR for the Painless Extraction ot Teeth 1113 12th Ave. Phone Z-mu Next Door to Lincoln Trust Bank Hours: Dally U a. m. to 6 p. ta. Wed.. Sat., to 8 p. m. \ Mon.. meeting oh free. 8, the first meeting Of the month. All m6mbers keep this In mind. When state officers were in Altoona two weeks ago, they outlined plans to be adopted for the next drive, and the council has adopted the dispensation and all members interested are urged to be present to acquaint themselves with the work. The degree team announced that it has adopted the long ritual for Its work. This Is the only council in this section using the long ritual. The Rosebud clnss of Third United Brethren church held a jolly Hallow- e'en party at the home of Margaret Little last Friday night, spending the time playing games until a reasonable hour, when dainty refreshments .were served to the following: Grace Chevalier, Thelma Barger, Thelma Vaughns, Jessie Mae Hauk, Anna Mne Farnaworth, Helen Younkin, Gladys Hess, Theda Jeffries, Margaret Wallace, Roma Sackett, Mary Jeffries, Margaret Little, Roy Corl, Lawrence Forsht, Howard Forsht, Leroy Alns- worth, Ralph Little, Robert Foreman, Regis Wholiver, Guy Auricle, Sheldon Ehrlnger, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Little and family. The home was decorated In Hallowe'en colors. The members of the W. M. A. of Third United Brethren church will meet in the church for a rehearsal of their coming pageant at 7.30 this evening and all are urged to be present. The clnss In Memorial Baptist churcM taught by Mrs. Russell G. Jones, wife of the pastor, will meet at the teacher's home, 216 East Bell avenue, ftt 7.30 this evening, for the purpose of organization. The class has only been established a short time, Old Lavender Beauty Shop within walking distance of your home 102 3rd avenue. Phono 4867. Adv. JVNTAVA THEATHE SPO and hear Alice White In "Broadway Babies," a Vitaphone hit. "Final HecUonlnff," No. 8. Oswnl Cartoon. CLEAREST AND BEST SOUND EQUIPMENT TOWN IS YOUR *v HEART IN THE RIGHT PLACE? -^ THEN BE ON HAND TONIGHT TO GREET YOUR OWN LITTLE Theatre Guild of Altoona IN THEIB GREATEST TKItWPH "CAPTAIN APPLEJACK 9 ' WEEKS HAVE BEEN Sl'ENT IN STUDY AND PREPARATION TO GIVE YOU THIS PLAY AS BROADWAY SAW IT. HE- MEMBER WE ARE A PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION ORCHESTRA FLOOR $1.00. DIAL 7882 AFTER 10 A. M. We're Proud of This Cast Lurline Shearer—Wm. Morrison— Hayward Webh—Betty Garman — Ralph Klopscr — Betty Fair—Sam • Jubllerer ,— Herbert Owens—Jeun White,. (M r s Fred Beaudoln) "Slats" Barry Directed by P a;u 1 Morrison , , A FEW CHOICE •BALCONY SEATS AT tBc W M 18 W W M W n W W n m ^ yte . Continuous 11 A. M. to 11 P. M. All the World Loves These Famous Lovers ARRELL H m M m They're the screen's great lovers in their most important produ c t i o n under the master hand of the mar velous Bbrzage. Inspirational Acting i n each quence se- A GREAT TRIO Lovely Janet, Handsome Charles . . . and Brilliant Borzage's Third Hit. Fox Movietone News and Other Features • n PRICES MATINEES 25c NIGHTS 2Sc, 50c CHILDREN ALL TIMES ISc FEATURE TIME 11.10^-1,15— 3.20—5.25 > 7.30—9.30 fc ii» J *i*l«*;*i< I I£ 4 ***** *I±1' ^^^iti'^^lSi'^iJi'^Iil'^iSi^^itl 11 ^'**!****^!'^!^'*^^ 1 *^**'^^ rK^ .vnxuwrrtt&r&mrrn&Hxnvw^^^ .*tS«SoWoSoS«W«WoK«M«&,S«SoK«K«S«K«3»K^^ If You Miss This Triumph You'll Miss the Year's Sensation! The Hero of "Wings" In a Smashing Romance! NOW!—Action! Love! Laughs! A Great All Talking Picture of Modern Youth! MAP.Y BfXlAN RICHARD ARLEN BACLANOVA PtAIWY GR.EEN JACK OAKIE When two hearts beat as one. That's romance! When three hearts start beating as one! That's drama! There's romance, drama, youth, laughter, love and excitement in this delightful all-talking entertainment!! Hear Richard Arlen make love! Hear Mary Brian sing! HEAR MARY BRIAN sing her love to this young hero-aviator of 'Wings'! Hear Baclanova's delicious appeal! Hear Richard Arlen avow his devotion! Hear the screaming Harry Green—Jack Oakie fun! Comedy—"Turkey For Two"—"Pining Pioneers"—Pathe News Starts Saturday HAROLD LLOYD'S 1ST TALKIE "WELCOME DANGER" 100% TALKING—SINGING—NOW! Gloria's Only Per- forrnance This Season! C A P I T O L i M w « More beautiful, more expressive than ever, this splendid actress is supreme in a stirring romance of a woman who challenged the world, and triumphed. 2 Vitaphone Acts—"Miller & Lyles"—Horace Heidt—Sound News Starts Saturday ARMISTICE DAY SPECIAL "SHE GOES TO WAR" RUPERT HUGHES W'F'V'IIP^^ » <V ' 7 '"' '",M It's Easy, Win Cash! $300 in Cash Prizes S. M. Griffith Co. Watt Paper & Paints 905 Green Avenue Christmas Treasure Hunt Contest 'wpyH&p STATE TODAY A LIONEL BARRYMORE PRODUCTION ALL TALKING STAN LAUREL— OLIVER HARDY IN AN ALL-TALKING COMEDY " M E N O' W A R " A BOMBSHELL OF LAUGHS METRO ACT GEORGE DEWEY WASHINGTON NEW SONG PROGRAM FEATURE TIME AT 11.30 A. M., 1.40, 3.40, B.45, 7.45 and 10 P. M. REGULAR STATE PRICES STATE SOUND NEWS SELECT OF PATHE AND HETKO OUR NEXT ATTRACTION The Musical Smash Hit THE PEER OF ALL TALKING SCREEN SHOWS Radio Pictures' Monumental TaIkhi^Singiiig> Dancing Glorification of— FLORENZ ZIEGFELD'S RIO RITA with BEBE DANIELS ... a vocal sensation JOHN BOLES ... screen's greatest tenor Bert Wheeler... Robert Woolsey Dorothy Lee . . . Don Alvarado and a Thoutand Other* Without question, the finest motion picture entertainment that we have ever seen is "RIO RITA." We expected much—we saw andj heard ten times as much. We might also say that it opens up a new epoch in the presentation of musical and dialogue entertainment, for it is so much greater than the stage success of which it is builded that it puts the j aaaHiawm j % stage in eclipse.
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