Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1930 · Page 11
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[tl ill? IOOD ' divas *t feln»i«f, Honoring Gold «,,v... 0 y Jtehn ii tftftttttitolt. of tWf tfty, in a nWst interestingahd MbaWint ./address given at the :Ugibn auafllary Wfcmjuet at tli« 3Penit»AM,hotel tew sWrtW, honoring «6«i g% »ioth«Hl Who are going td S-raftce, laudtd Jftothj trhood as God's greatest gift; Well ' *ot>thy Of p«uBal are the following excerptri of hi* brilliant discourse: ."The CHfeat Wtfr »Vf «••*!. V 1 * * ar 'tfiat tried, thtough and through, every Duality antf ittyiMSW- of the hutnan mind and the might of the hu*an spirit; thfe «** that closed,jpe hope fofever, a long, ghastly story of the settlement ; of metv'8 dlffei'ettces by force; the last clash and crash of • earth's nnlHb«s.ls,oyef now, . k'^rom the rttonient that the blessed mother of dod gawd u P°'L h £r «- fteW bom babe in the stable at Bethlehem, tHere cattie Irtto existence , In . this Christian era, a love Born of iwother- hbod, that is Heavenly In Its cohsld- iratiott. It has been said that greater love hath no man than to lay down his life forchis country, and if this be tlfuej no person symbolises that love greater than the mother of man. •'Just a few short years ago, the - youth df the nation marched .away amid the echoes and plaudits of, man- Kind. . Tearfully, the motherhood of America said goodbye to their most treasured human possessions and in the march that began from the soil of i America and ended upon the hallowed V fields of France, the motherhood of ^America datty prayed for a safe de- /VltVerance. But God's will was done, ' and some never returned. They lie within the bosom of sacred earth, at the places where their heroic deeds erected their monuments of courage to all the world. ''And now, today, a grateful nation Is making It possible for that same motherhood to return to those hallowed fields of France, and there gaee upon the quiet and peaceful countryside where He America's heroes of the great conflict. "When the first American soldleri laid down their lives upon the soil of France, on Nov. 8, 1917, a tribute waa paid to the valor of American youth by the commanding officer of the French * .division, when he-uttered the glowing tribute over the resting places .of the first soldiers of the American infantry •who died beside their French comrades In arms. The commanding officer, in referring to the American soldiers, •aid: " 'Of their own free will they had left a prosperous and happy country to come over here. They knew war was continuing In Europe; they knew - .that the forces fighting for honor, love of justice and civilization were still checked by the "long-prepared forces serving the powers of brutal domination, oppression and barbarity. They Ignored nothing of the circumstances, and nothing had been concealed from them—neither the length and hardships of war, nor the violence of battle. Nothing stopped them. They accepted the,hard and strenuous life; they took their places at. the front by our side and'they have fallen' facing the foe ii \ a hard' and desperate hand-to-hanc 1 .fight; fionor to them. Their families friends and fellow-citizens will be proud when they learn of their deaths We will, therefore," ask that the morta remains of these''young men be left here, left w.lth Us forever. We inscribe on the tombs, "Here lie the firs soldiers of the Republic of the United States"to fall on the soil of France for liberty and Justice.",,,The passerby wll •top and uncover his hew.- Travellers I ahd men of heart will go out Of their: gift itKyaT; dttring ft* ,uttAn mtttriitltm _ _ JUSJft l&UlCUvlOIl ttJ ¥ho have left ft monunttnl to hu- ife.iji *i*U6.lil^A fi a JL | jujl KlksWiw. * fPHiAii n&n aacrmco uenixia tfionn *npy have given td 'America and W ttft world a herltigl And *> tflWItloff that can never be replaced. / , "We, thevcitfftenr of Blair-; wish them dod>»tt«et titten thft. , — ley, an* tjhe* ttelf pfllMftukf* shall have eftdei we pray tKM W« shall return theln td theif loved ones at home, sound in health and with a renewed spirit of devotion to the traditions of American detnoorafcy, ttd Wlth\ the knowledge that the thanks and gVatltude of America, shall be with them throughout the years of their life and shall ever be a gldwiftg memory", td follow .them aftef the,termination of this earthly existence.'* SUttB, It'S A SIN. ' : ; One London barbef wants it known that he refuses to cut the curly locks of females. He claims It's a sin, Ori the wall Of his shop he has a sign quoting from Corinthians. "If a woman Have long hair It is a glory to her."' Despite his lack of woman patronage, he Is doing a good business because males, flock .to his establishment to escape the association With women" in-other shops. StUDlKS EIGHTEEN TEABS. ', BOSTON, May JM.—When L«o F. Caldwell of Arlington receives his degree of Bachelor Of', Business Ad- nllnlstratlon from Boston university in June, he will have.completed; eighteen consecutive years' of night school attendance. He plans to continue his evening studies and obtain his master's degree. COUB BEDCLOTHES. PARIS.—Dr. Ooue's faWious theory has finally wound up in the bedclothes business.' It has been adopted by this trade with the result that bed cVthes are ndw being embroidered with the auto-suggestidns, "You Can Sleep," "Count Ten and You'll Sleep Tonight," and "You Won't Dream Tonight." WITH ££tifititi£tititil FLAVOR MONTH END SHOE Hundred* of Pairs Below Cjott 4 anour A - .!• • .' • Thl» lo*' erabracei about 100 pain of women'* imurt «»m- ple Bhoe», «»Uo many short lot Mhoei, Including . '-.Women'* Patent Tlei, 'Hlfh and Cuban Heelii —Blue Kid Pump", Hl(h HecU. —Blue Kid T-strap Pumps, Hlfh Heels. AH sizes In the lot but not In any one stifle. Values to $8.(4» ondup B This group embraces over 20 dtyles of women's pumps and ties. All' taken from our regular high grade stock Including —Patent Strap Pumps, High and Cuban Heels. —Patent and Dull Combination Oxfords, High Heols. —Burgundy Kid aud Crepe Combination Pumps, * High Heels. Values to $0.00 GROUP A Values to $8.00 GROUP S to $9.00 i i i i i i GROUP O This group Includes many out- ataudlng values, embracing Walk-Over and other high grade makes. —Walk-Over Patent Strap and Buckle Pumps, —Grenada Patent Two-Strap High Heels. —Blue Kid Side Tie Oxfords, High Heels. .—Brown IJzard T-Strap Pumps, short vamps, high heel. Values to »10.50 Huge reduction on all footwear for Men, Women and Children. Buy and save. GROUP C $ ^ -95 Values 'to $10.50 4: X-T-R-A 10 70 OFF All men's, women's and children's shoes—not Included In special groups. SEE QJJR WINDOW DISPLAY i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i ! BRETT-WAYNE, Inc. | I WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP ? 1429 Eleventh Avenue i k$$j«i(eof PICNIC FOODS t' •• .' • • The pleasure of a day out doors in some carefully chosen spot makes appetites ' larger, tastes keener. On such a holiday your family will appreciate really good foods more than ever. Buy only the best foods for your Picnic.... select them at your nearest A & P Store .... add to your Picnic pleasure, satisfaction in getting the good things at a saving! A&P Enlarges Bread Swift's Premium Hams Pound 27c At the special low price shown these famous Nationally Advertised Skinned Hams are an exceptionally attractive value. They are. ten to fourteen pounds average weight; sold whole or half, in all A & P Stores or Meat Markets. Take one home for the Holiday Picnic. To A * P cmtomeri, this mean* greater bread value . . . more high quality bread In the largeV loarei, for the same price. Bny several of these fresh loaves today . . . . they are as fine In quality as modern baking knoyeldge can produce! Grandmother's Bread ' 5c Swift's Calla Hams . . Pound 18c This is a very special lo\v price for Swift's tender x and delicious Fancy Callas. They are sold in all A & P Stores or Meat Markets this week. Select yours today, for the week-end. Grandmother's Bread Dairy Maid Bread 24-0*. t-t lOc Sandwich Bread 24-0*. L<MJ lOc Luncheon Bread 24-os. Loaj lOc 81/ 2 -Os. Jars 8-Os. Jar 2 l-Qt. Jars Produce These are some of the carefully chosen Fresh Fruits and Vegetables A&P Stores offer this week. Prices are very low on Picnic items. Green Beans . 2 tb s . 25c Iceberg Lettuce 72's 3 nd s . 17c Ne\v Peas Tender 2 Lbs. 25c Pineapples size so 2 for 29c ' " " ' v ir* MV ' Strawberries . . <?^« 27e Cantaloupes Rajah Salad Pressing 2 Rajah Sandwich Spread Prepared Mustard Cmm Menu Catsup . . . 2 »«• Wascott Ginger Ale . 3 Btfe Club Ginger Ale 2 Bt '" 29c 19c 29c 21e 25c 25c !17-oi. Jar Every Meal Apple Butter Campbell's Pork and Beans 3 ££ 25? Pink Salmon Jello A1IF1 » TO Cake Flour sWan8dihr " A & P Pastry Flour Pk * t ' * / National Biscuit Company Varieties 3 National Biscuit Company Butter Pretzels, ^ Fig Bars Crlipo ~2 lbi -33f ^lj^|jj£' V: "'tfnHe Hoose t Q T«I Candy Bars 3 for Roll or Print Lb. 4O0 A&P MEAT MARKETS Faiicy Chickens Dr^ed, Drawn Lb. 37 C Broilers or Fryers Fanc y Lb - 43c Wax Paper Cutmte i'k g . 9c Eight O'clock Coffee u....25c Red Circle Coffee mended ib. 29c ' ' Bokaf Coffee supreme tb. 35c Cigarettes c^n 1.15 Lucky Strikes, Cameli, Old Golds, Cliesterfleldi or Piedmonts. Sliced Bacon lttncy ^ lb Baked Loaf Delldou ' Yz^ Spiced Ham /^ Lb> Lean Pork Chops Veal Chops f 1 Ring Bologna Lb. Lb. Pork Loin Roast &wj«"«« > Lb - 24c ' ,-v > . — Sugar Cured Bacon spS? Lb - 25c ChllCk RoaSt Prime^arlS^Cattle Lb ' 24C A & P,STORES OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. THURSDAY;— CLOSED ALll DAY FRIDAY. TEA ^TATLANTIOPACIFIC^ Plain Olives 2 BUs Sweet Pickles 4llr Potted Meat ft 1 * Fruit Preserves j^ 0 - Domestic Sardines 4 »"• Beans W 3 CM9 25^ Cream Cheese Lb ' Grape Juice Prices Effective In Stores In Altoona and Vicinity.

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