Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1930 · Page 12
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 28, 1930
Page 12
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.Pit* HAStHE A0VAM- wewnr. tni pfeoi*llsts Address Meeting of Medical Society ftisousi Mental Dls- Cfders, ' Wttli Several of the most noted t*claltsts In the country as speakers, meeting ^as held by the Blair Coun- Medical society at the Stair County bspltal, *ltM Almost 100 physicians In ttendancc, At which there was a ISclission of mental disorders, the tcthods of tfefttttieflt and prevention. th* speakers included Dr; J. S. De- arnette, superintendent of the West- rn State hospital. Staunton, Va.; Dr. . A. Jackson, superintendent of the tat* hospital at Danville; Dr. Harvey Catkins, superintendent of the Polk U hospital for feeble-minded at k, and Dr. Theodore Diller, neuro- gyehtatrist of St. Francis' hospital, D«. Jackson and Watkins in their ddresses told of the overcrowded con- Hlons existing in the state institu- ong for the insane, while pr. De Jarette again presented an argument in ftvot of sterilization of the feebleminded, pointing out the advantage of arrylng on the work in Pennsylvania rlth the aim of gradually reducing the lumber of persons Ahus afflicted. It was brought out that 50 cents of very dollar paid in each county in axes eventually goes to pay for the Lpkeep of institutional inmates. The speakers agreed that it is Im- lossible to segregate all feeble-minded tersons, as the cost would be pro- ilbitlve. Neither is such a course lecessary, for many such persons are larmless and can be of use to society, Ince many of them are capable of ervicB in gainful occupations. K The greatest menace is in their reproduc- ion and sterilization was advocated as he only way to eliminate such a pos- ibllity. All of the speakers, advocated a cam- >aign of education among the people, o the end that a law might be pass- id In the state along the lines of the Virginia statute to prevent procrea- lon-of the mentally deficient and thus essen the possibility of eventual lecadence of the race. Dr. H. C. Thomas, president of the iociety, opened the meeting and then turned the gavel over to Dr. H. J. iommer, superintendent of the coun- hospital. BANKING DAY IN SCHOOLS. » I PENN SCHOOL. Mort **•« Kloss 3 - 45 ;iss Miller S.' Z '22 :iss Colvin -90 iss Blumenschein i-**" as Baker ••j-' JMlss Eberst '. J-" Miss Frisch 5 - OJ Miss Graffius 1-ljj Miss Roblson ij Miss Bell -23 Miss Moore : • 8-50 jj Total 530.85 '* PROSPECT PARK SCHOOL. ^Elizabeth Hazlett $ 2.95 Sidney Billin 2.75 ATiolet Morris 3.62 Emma M. Gieg 1.92 "Grayce Coppersmith 1.59 toalsy P. Conrad. 1.10 * Total $ 13-93 *Term to date $1,114.67 * LOGAN SCHOOL. JSmlly Sayers $ JVrintha Kinch ; jCarolyn Stamm (Alice Buller • • IHazel Blowers feluth Epler Jtrene Weest TAdella Eshleman JRoae De Leo •Margaret Kitchey cfiteensnlp every Ibtt ideal for »nlc tiJTflfrtft*» p* «fty otftafW ofirtSI **«"*** w<»**M «y» « ohftlrmaft Ot IBM committee, 1». O. Helhelrmtri, *W»t«ry ** the T. M. C. A., 66 that these -y6Wn| fteof»l« be" plkceH ft* <irbrft «t»o« tHeft grid nation) MANS GUESTS AT KIWANtS HOT, Hot?" enoa&h &r you. BEtLEFONTE, May 28.—The' Civil wftf veterans of Bellefonle and vicinity and other citizens of 76 years of age and over were the guests of honor at the Kiwanls club's luncheon Tuesday noon In the Penn-Belle hotel. The ranks of the soldiers are thinning very rapidly and only five veterans were present: A. T. Boggs of Mllesburg, Simeon Bathhurst of Mllesburg, George Gill of Julian, Jacob Shirk and S. H. Colpetzcr of Bellefonte. Other guests were Rev. M. C. Piper of Milesburg, H. G, Strohmeier and James C. Condo of Center Hall, James Potter, G. R. Spiegelmeyer, Isaac Underwood, W. T. Twitmire, William B. Rankin, W. 'H. Crissman, Thomas Fleming, Michael Shields, John Raynor, George W. "Sherry, all of Bellefonte; C. S. Thomas of Potters Mills, E. S. Geist of Ebensburg, Ralph Dinsmore of Philipsburg, Harry Rotowsky of Bloomsburg and Forest Strubel of State College. The veterans and aged citizens were introduced to the club by Postmaster John Knisely. The guests were welcomed on behalf of the Kiwanls club by the vice president, Rev. Robert Thena, who spoko particularly to the veterans, as ho assured them that mrmory would never let the nation forget the sacrifices they made and the hardships they endured to preserve and cement the unification of our nation. Their sacrifices, he declared, are a clarion call to us of today to be worthy in 6f was juauo wj *•*».'• BO|5H« "I —.—-_,",";. v: who recited the list of eleven battles in which-He was jjertbnally en8aged, and told of the diftfdultles of the vart* oua campalffi^ and 6f keeping the 1W« of Buripfies open ffom the north to the south, wherft the armies we*e lighting their way. • Spirited singing of war-time melodies, led by Cecil Walker, with Miss Freda Edmlston at the piano, also featured thS meeting. The vocational guidance committee made a report on the graduating Class of the High school and stated that there were a .numbei) of the students w« speoiAlit* in painless Attracting. No matte* how nervous of difficult th» ewe may be. ' '-. DR. StETLEtt, 4lh flaw Golnnenmld Bnlldta*., lltti A**. * IZth S». (^Copyright, 1930, NBA Service, Inc.) There are »t least four mistakes In the above picture. They may pertain to grammar, history, etlauctte, drawing or whatnot. Sec if you ran find them. Then look at the scrambled word below—mid unscramble It, bv switching the letters 'around. Grade yourself 20 for <?<<«» of the mistakes you ftnd, and 20 for the word If you unscramble it. Tomorrow we'll explain the mistakes and tell you the word. Then you can see how near a hundred you bat. • * * YESTERDAY'S CORRECTIONS.' (1) "A ancestress," In the girl's conversation, should be an ancestress. (2) President Bgchanan was a bachelor. <3> He was the 1.6th president, instond of the 11th. (4) The handle on the table drawer should be in the center. (5) The scrambled word Is DIRECTION. . XSl'ARAGUS FORK, A new serving fork for asparagus looks much like huge sugar tongs, with sharp teeth on the edges. 'You can lift an entire serving of four to six stalks with one motion, with this new gadget. ALAU1W CLOCK. Instead of watching the clock to sec when you should start this or that about the house, why not set the alarm clock and when it is. time to start dinner, you can be gently reminded without having to have it on your mind. . V •Miss *Miss 2.05 3.43 3.38 6.12 5.39 1.77 3.29 3.95 4.27 1.57 Total ........................ 5 35.22 o date ............. . ......... $1,687.80 If STAIN PREVENTION. you lacquer your brass bowls, Candlesticks, fixtures and so on, they •will not tarnish and you will not have Sto polish them so often. AMERICA'S BIGGEST/ SELLER/ t ufjt &>•*•* vtv* * s v. v .. SHE'LL ALWAYS CHERISH! A A A MISS AMERICA—exqultilely .ngrov.d; set with four simulated emeraldi or sapv-J——JQ phirai; flexible bracelet; 15 jewels «5' There's a certain satisfaction and pleaiure in knowing your gift will always b'e remembered and appreciated, not only for its loving sentiment bur for its intrinsic value as well ... In choosing a Bulova you will be making a wise Graduation gift selection. BULOVA WATCHES BERNICE—a popular Bulova wrist model for women with 15 jewel movement and patented dust-proof case. Flex Ible bracelet Beautiful indeed is this new diamond ring creation. The diamond is of highest quality and the mounting Is hand-wrought in mountng lo-kl. while gold . $1QQOO For Decoration Day Cemetery Vases With folders, 29c, 39c, 49o DOUGHERTY HpW. STORES Itth Avo. llth St., 7th Ave. 7th St. Customers'. Week AT THE STAR STAR SHOE REPAIRING Service from 7 R. m. to tt p. m.—While Vou Wnlt. 16Z0"/2 llth Ave. . I'hone 3-9068. ABC Electric Spinner ABC Playmaid Have a demonstration of these Washers. J. E. HEAPS ELECTRIC CO. 1004 Chest. Ave. Phone 2-1022 Lafferty F/uneral Home 230» BROAD. AVENUE Phono U75S 7/LIBERAL Credit Clothing Co t 1507-11- AVENUE S. M. Griffith Co. WALL PAPER AND PAINTS 905 Green Avenue afc, MARLEN «ftp »flKH!a^^^.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BL .. "•"^HHsESH^HHSS^^MEHHS^^^^^^™ W.T. GRANT CO. Look Your Best In A Smart Flannel Coat on Memorial Day Nothing quite takes the place of a flannel coat for holiday, week-end or vacation wear. Every coat in this special collection is all wool flannel and,you can add one to your summer wardrobe for only ' ' $4-95 The styles are up-to-the- minute and the popular summer white is just what you will like. Plan your shopping so you can spend time at Appn n-1 Si-1 t i W.T. GRANT CO. 1412 Eleventh Ave. forthese famous LANE Cedar Chests Certified to meet U. S. Government recommendations for moth-killing chests SAVE Just look at these amazing sale prices on LANE — the finest of cedar chests. Nothing like them has ever before been offered in this city. At these prices you get certified protection from moths p/us the rich beauty of hardwood veneers superbly finished to match your finest furniture — on easy terms. Don't wait. Make your selection now — while you can save. Note these famous LANE features No other chest has them 1. Made of Ji-inch thick Red Cedar Heartwood, in accord with U. S. Government recommendations for moth-killing cedar chests. 2. Fabricated non-leaking bottoms. 3. Doubly interlocked, sealed, mitered corners. 4. New ai)d improved metal strip Aroma-tight top. 5. New Lane Aroma-tight sealed spring lock. 6. New Lane Arc/na-tight hinge construction. 7. New Lane specially sealed Aroma-tight bottom. 8. All feet glued and screwed on — not just nailed. 9. Beautiful, special, pore-sealing finishes matching other fine furniture. These sensational values for a few more days only—Act at once and save money nut wiSi »triped African overlay mahogany. Regular price $40. Our tale price only $35. Stately icmi-conaole of unusual beauty finished in American walnut. Usually aell« forS40.Our sale price only $25. Intriguing window teat model finished in American walnut. Hand carved decoration. Regular price $40. Our tale price only $25. Bigger vatue, longer lasting fragrance and positive protection from moth damage —no extra cost for you! Harry J. Kerlin 900 Eighth Ave. F. A., Mgr. ENJOY THE Some Helpful Suggestions If you plan to Use the car — Why'not carry a LUGGAGE CARRIER Will fit any make and the cost is so small. , Made to stand hard usage and they$are so convenient. v Another Aid TOURING JUGS •i These are gallon size and lined with stone. Can be used for hot or cold drinks. Everything will be just as fresh as when it is first prepared. Other Items That Will Prove Useful Thermos Bottle* I "E-Z" Flashlight Pint size. Nation- a 11 y advertised "Thermos Blue Boy,"" guaranteed. Auto Cushions Fishing Tackle Take advantage of the day and get out. doors. Rods, Reels, Lines, Hooks, etc. Each one guaranteed to give satisfaction and pleasure. Enjoy the drive and these are ]ust what you need. Reasonably priced^ at 69C and 89C In two or three cell sizes. L c e cn ..... 75c r 1 $1,00 Ice Cream Freezers Will hold 2 quarts, and are small enough so they -won't be in the way. Guaranteed at A Few of the Many Ready-to- Wear Items The Dainty Tkmp You Want for Your Baby Priced Economically Baby Wear Bonnets Of fine grade organdy in white and colored lace. Voile Dresses Little and just the thing for summer. Shoes Sol't soled and of flne grade. Sizes up to 2. 50c In Women's Wear $1 Servicettes Made of light organdy in contrasting colors and,,just the thing for work around the house Sweaters Fancy sport models and so convenient because they are light Rayon Of all kinds. Bloomers, Step-ins, Chemise, etc. High grade and the fine weave will give you long service $1 $1 Bathing Supplies liven if you do not plan to go for a swim yet, now is the lime to get your out- fit while the stocks are complete. You will like our new line. 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