Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 3, 1930 · Page 18
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, f; vyp^yr i°> r ^W^-^'-V"* 1 * K*V.AvWigj3. \T ^VJA^j .{JIRTTWWl^ S-* * ( i- * I.K..I,..M$I iMMIiMlMMM«M«IB««MBMBWHHi^Hli^HHii^^—-——^i==BB—-H-H— .•) *» , ,—. - « ^- ^.vl^ ii-* 1 *^ \^W ^^» • *% EWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND ^URROUNDINQ TOWNS HOLLIDAYSBURG tttin'ft Reformed, Rev. Frederick t«r, iwstor— Sunday school at ««• Public worship and preach «Xrtn of the church, on Wednesday at 10.JW a. h., with *er- fey th* pastor. The regular mld- Jt- prayer service will be held on Shesday evening at 7.45 o'clock". An (A business meeting of the consistory an d the official _f the church will be held on rtesday evening at 8.30 o'clock, in Church. The May business meet- and social of the Ladies' Aid co- Will be held in the entertainment at 3.30 o'clock. Lutheran, Rev. M. Stanley mges of 2 and caretakers. 10 welcome. Tc«s. Sermon, Ifetnp, i>. D., pastor—9.45 a. m., Sun """" tehoOl, a departmenl for -every Kindergarten for children be- 4 under coma. m., Men's Bible class, pastor teach- Meftts In the church room. All 11 a. m., church serv- "The Risen Lord Ap- ifpfearS." 3 p. m.. children's baptismal k services in the church room. Parents » Wilt please write names of children ^•Wtth dates and places of birth with J names of parents on a card and hand J same to the pastor before services. ,0.30 p. m., Christian Endeavor serv- 4 Ices. Topic. "The Choice of a Life , .Work." Leader, Miss Mildred Ban(' Wroft. 7.30 p. m., vesper services. ^Sermon, "The Hands of the Risen i . ¥ Lord." Monday, 7.45 p. m., Unangst tf Missionary sociely al Ihe home of ,* J Mrs. Ross Shaffer, 117 Broad slreet. > t , Leader, Mrs. Jacob Wertz. Hostesses, e itrs. Ross Shaffer^ and Mrs. Charles '"'-• i Shaffer. Monday, 7.30 p. m., parish t house, .council meeting. Wednesday, * 7.30 p. m., church night services. All i * members and others cordially Invited. ' Apartment for rent. All conveniences. Lasser Shoe Shop. Phone 84-J. L-C-A-M Now is the time to have your lawn and garden filled with best river loam'at reasonable prices. Also coal, shale, sand and general hauling.- GEORGE ALTMANSHOFER Phones, HoIIbg. 95-M or 9J9-R-24 Genuine Frigidaire Service WOLF FURNITURE CO. 'Authorised Prlgidaire Dealers" 1501-03 iftb Ave. Dial 6115 GRAND HOLLIDAVSBUKG Last Times Showing Joan Crawford In 44 Untamed" With Robert Montgomery and Ernest Torrence. i' Comedy, "THE JCKAD GUY," and Pathe Sound N/cws. Saint Paul's Methodist, Loop Station, Rev. Charles W. Campbell, pastor—Sunday school at 2.80 p. m., classes for all ages; junior choir will sing; H. E. Snowberger, superintendent. Public worship In the evening at 7.30, sermon by Df. Emerson Karns of Tyrone. Special musio by • the church choir. Young people's meeting on Thursday evening at 7.30. .The topic will be "Finding Gold Through Worship," and Miss Julia Mountain will be the leader and she has a very carefully planned program. The public is Invited to any or all the services. Strangers and friends are made welcome. Holy Trinity Episcopal, Rev. Albion H. Ross, pastor—Church school at 9.45 a. in. Holy communion and sermon at 11 a. m. Church of the Brelhrert—Preaching at 10.45 a. m. and al 7.46 p. m. Sunday school at 9.45, A. F. Nelson, superintendent. Christian Endeavor at 7 in all the departments. Mrs. Davis will have charge of the adult departmenl. DUNCANSVILLE With th* initial game of the new Blair county league baseball season, a scheduled event of this afternoon, a large Influx of baseball fans is expected at Carnegie park, the scene of the game, with Roaring Spring being entertained for the opening clash. An bid-time diamond battle Is anticipated. Both teams have been devoting much time to practice this -week in preparation for the season, opener. The game is slated to commence at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Elizabeth Adams hag returned to her home at this place after ah extended sojourn with relatives and friends at Lock Haven, Walter Rhodes of west of town spent several days this week visiting at Mount Union. Miss Dorothy Piper, a student In the Hollidaysburg High school, was awarded first prize, a $5 gold piece, in a contest sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution recently. Papers were requested on the subject, "Our. Constitution" and of the scores submitted, that of Miss Piper was adjudged the best and the award followed. Congratulations upon her achievement were showered upon Rev. William N. Hoover, pastor of the | her by her many friends. Warriors Mark church and who was the first pastor at the Pine Street Church of the Brethren, will be the speaker both morning and evening. The Pine Street congregation is happy to have Rev. Hoover, with them, and hope that every member will be present. Bedford Street Gospel mission, the evangelistic party in charge—Bible school at 2.30. Old fashioned Gospel meeting at 7.30 p. m. All ay welcome. Pine Street Church of God, Rev. J. E. Strlne, pastor—Bible school at 9.45 a. m. Morning worship and sermon at 10.45 a. m. Sermon subject, "Following Christ." Senior Christian Endeavor at 6.30 p. m. 7.30 p. m. the pastor will preach on "The Value of the Unattractive." Prayer, meeting Wednesday evening ft 7.30 o'clock. First Methodist, Rev. Barnett H. Hart, minister—Church school with missionary offerings at 9.45 a. m. Two full orchestras. Morning worship an<i sermon at 11. Subject, "The Secret of Power." ' 7.30 p. m., "Successful Marriage," the first of a series of live Sunday evening sermons on "Folks." The May meeting of the Queen Esther society will be held on Monday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Mid-week service on Wednesday evening at 7.30. One half the period will be devoted to a question hour. Each attendant will 'be given a card listing the questions. The monthly meeting of the official board will be held on Wednesday evening immediately after the mid-week service. The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies Aid society will be held on Friday evening at 7:30. First Presbyterian, Rev. T. Stacy Capers, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m., with classes for all ages. Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m., with sermons both morning and evening by the pastor. Young people's meeting, at 6 o'clock, in the chapel, with a special program by a group of State college students. The regular mid-week prayer services will be held on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, in the chapel, with a. special sermon by the pastor, Rev. T. Stacy Capers, leading up to the celebration of the "Pentecost." The public is invited to all of these service. The Boy Scouts will meet on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock, in the scout hall, in the basement of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Fleck and son have returned to their, home at 905 Third avenue, this place, after an extended visit with relatives at Sandy Ridge and Altoona. William Yeckley and sons David, Wilmer and Roy and Rev. G. B. Harman, all of this place, were members of a fishing party to Bedford county on Friday. Mrs. George Bebbjngton of Altoona. and Mrs. C. B. Lafferty of Eldorado were guests of Mrs. John S. Vlpond at her home at New Portage Junction on Thursday qvenlng. A picnic outing was a delightful feature of the closing day of the 192930 school term at the Tannery school In Allegheny township, a short distance above Duncansville, on Friday. The thirty-five pupils attending the school, with a number Of friends, and their teacher, Eugene Lantz of Junl- ata, adjourned to the outdoors after concluding the* day's brief school session and had a very happy outing to mark the advent of the summer vacation period after eight months of school activities, with highly Dene' flcial results. Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson and Mrs, Ellswlck of 1135 Third avenue, this place, Mrs. Calvin Piper of Dry Run persons » taken in 1920. ; W1LUAMSBURG I .' Burgess W. E. VonDreau got a ^ fifteenth census preliminary announce/ jment" of the population of the borough | of Williamsburg as completed by the 4 census taker, Mrs. Amanda Camerer, J "Who completed her work a few days ( * ago. The report as taken shows that * Williamsburg borough gained twenty since the last census was 1920. The figures then were 1,872 and now are 1,892. The report " came from Hays W. Culp, supervisor * of census, located in Altoona. The boaird of health has set the * aveek of the middle of May as clean•* ttp week, and the following program • ' if followed will answer the purpose 1 "yery well. The clean-up week is not * only to safeguard health but also to „ 'do away with BO many dangerous * .things lying around that would easily start fire. Monday—Street and alley ' day, clean streets and sidewalks, clear * gutters, open ditches, flush sewers, [- etc.; Tuesday—Forest day, clean away growths and underbrush, lawns and f 'gardens, repair fences, straighten tree ,. .boxes, etc.; Wednesday—Fly and mos- -, -quito day, clean and lime cesspools ,- and outhouses, clean stables and < yards, pig pens and chicken houses, •\ scrub garbage cans and make lids fly 1 tight; Thursday—Junk day, remove all trash, waste, rubbis, junk, old books, " papers, clothing, ashes, etc., clean and ' 'whitewash cellars and clean attics; I Friday—Truck day, trucks or wagons . should be engaged to haul away refuse, etc.; Saturday—Put-in-order day, lin- , ish anything which may have been » overlooked, to make safe and sanitary. ' • It i* hoped by all interested that every person does "his bit" to make * tbe community a better place in wiich to live. " ' The William'Bburg Blair league entry ! will perform on the home lot this 'afternoon at 3 o'clock, with the Clays, burg entry an their visitors. Lang, * Thompson and Sherman will be on the pitching staff with Luther Allender receiving them of the ueason This is the nrst game The Mary Crever Dunning society *• pf the Methodist church will hold a * mother and daughter banquet Tues* 4ay evening, May 6, at the church. , A good program is being arranged . and all members are urged to be present and bring their guest. Bring ~ your own mother or some one \t you do not have one. BLANDBURG The Ladies' Aid society of the Roseland United Brethren church held a quilting at the home of Mrs. John Kuhn on Thursday. They also celebrated the 80th birthday of one of their members, Mrs. G. W. Troxell whose birthday is May 2. Mrs. Troxell was very much surprised and was the receiver of some beautiful gifts including six flowers. A lovely dinner was served to all, one of the features being the birthday cake. Those who enjoyed the day were Mrs. G. W. Troxell, Miss Lizzie Troxell, Mrs. Margaret Reffner, Mrs. Elizabeth Reffner, Mrs. Susan Richards, Mrs. M. B. Lithgow, Mrs. dscar Lovell, Mrs. Jacob Kruls, Mrs. Harry Kuhn, Mrs. Adda Lamb, Mrs. John McCartney, Mrs. J. D. Glasgow, Mrs. Agnea Mulhollem and Mrs. John Kuhn. Blandburg Methodist, Rev. Dysart, pastor—Sunday school at 10; preaching, 7.30 by the pastor. Everybody welcome. Blandburg Lutheran—Sunday school at 10. Everybody welcome. TYRONE Taylor and family have moved into the house vacated by Mrs. Bousum. Mrs. Ross Lantzer spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes, in Hollidaysburg. , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox of Altoona were visitors in town Thursday evening. Sunday afternoon at 2.30, the second Sunday school convention for this year of the Lutheran parish will be held at the Yellow Springs church. A tine program has been arranged. Singers will be present from Altoona and will give several selections. An address on Sunday school music will also be given by one of the singers. Everybody is invited to this service. St. Joseph's Catholic, Rev. John A. M. Sostaric, pastor—First mass at 8.30 and second or high mass at 10. Sunday school after the second mass for all the children. Trinity Reformed, Rev. Frederick D. Eyster, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30. Christian Endeavor at 6.45 and evening worship 'and sermon at 7.30. Williamsburg Lutheran, pastorate, Rev. V. D. Naugle, pastor: Zion's—Sunday school at 9.30; W. L. Gosnell, superintendent; Paul C. Kearick, advisory superintendent of William Swisber was a recent vis-1 the young people's department; Ralph (tor ill Altoona. i Allison, acting president. Luther Mm. James Gunnett has been con- 1 leagues meet at 6.30 and evening wor- i lined to her home in Robeson's Ex- j b hip at 7.30. This will be an illus- lenBion, Buffering from rheumatism. j natud discourse, especially for the i The seventh district Sunday school •. children. Music by the junior choir. convention will be held on next Thurs- Prayer meeting and teacher training 4»y afternoon and evening in the Lu- ! classes on Wednesday evening at 7.30. therau church at Clappertown, with j Yellow Springs — Sunday school at the first aeasion starting about 2|; c. R. Saylor, superintendent. O'clock and the evening session at i Sunday school convention at 2.30. 7.80. The delegates and all those at- I Clover Creek— Sunday school at 9.30; tending are asked to take their own • Hoy Erb, superintendent. Worship and •upper or lunch along and the Clap- j sermon at 10.30. pertown people will serve liot coffee. : Clappertown— Sunday school at 9.30; The main address of the convention | Ross stuttler, superintendent. •will be given by Dr. A. B. Bunn Van- j Methodist. Rev. J. W. Glover, pas- Oi'mer of Juniata college on the sub- j tor— Preaching at 10.30 by the pastor, ject, "Honoring the Holy Spirit 7. SO by Rev. Samuel R. Mac, Sunday School and Religious Work." j J-"hee. Sunday school at Th* entire program will appear m this 1 Pie.-.bytenan, Rev. Samuel R. Mac- column at a later dale. Neva Helsey ol Hullidaysburg j the pastor jy yitfitiiig her uucle and aunt ilr. j Glover of u. *>0d Mrs. Al. Smith of Kobesoi, .• e.\ j Phee. pastor—Preaching at 10.30 by burg and daughlers Mrs. May Young of Alloona and Mrs. John Webb of Hollidaysburg and John Weir of Hollidaysburg allended Ihe funeral of the former's niece,' Miss Rella Black, daughler of Mr. and Mrs. John Black of Broad Top City, held at that place on,Friday afternoon. Duncansville and vicinity has always had a large representalion at the community mother and daughter banquet held in Hollidaysburg. This year the date for this delightful function -s Thursday, May 15, and Miss Esther I. Williams, general secretary of the Hollidaysburg Young Women's Chris- lian associalion, which sponsors it .has advised the early purchase of tickels since Ihe allendance limil Ihis year is only 225. Girls in Ihe flflh grade and above will be admilled. Samuel Landis and family, who lefl here several monlhs ago to become residents of Newark, N. J., are back again and for the present are residing at the home of his father, J. N. Landis at 318 Sixleenth slreel. An industrial depression at Newark resulted in a large reduction of force at the plant at which the younger Mr. Landis was employed and he was among those affected. The family will, probably relocate at this place. .Franx X. Ertl of Cross Keys was confined lo hia home for -several days Ihe pasl week by reason of a very severe atlack of grip. The May meeling of the Duncansville school board will be nel'l on Monday evening at 7.30 o'clock at the school building, at which time it is expected to fill the two vacancies remaining on the faculty tor the 193031 school term in addition io , giving attenlion to the' regular business of the month. , • At a recent meeting of the Duncansville Fire company it was decided to hold fire drills at intervals for the benefit of the members of the company, the purpose being to see Bow soon the members can get from their homes to the fire house and to some point in the borough 1 with the flre- flghling equipment. Those drills will come at irregular intervals as decided by the chief of the fire dcparlmenl. They will be held al 7 o'clock on Friday evenings, when Ihe usual test of the siren is made, and in addition lo Ihe usual long blast of the siren a shorl, blasl will announce Ihe drill. The firsl of Ihese drills will be held on Ihe coming Friday evening, this announcement being made to aciuaint the residents of the community with the plan, but afterwards no advance notice is to be given and two siren signals at 7 o'clock on certain Friday evenings thereafter should be regarded the same as the single long blast is at the present time. Harry Weichel, Charles En;;le and Lloyd Davis, all of this place, weru members of one of Ihis week's sup- cessful fishing parties. This trio of anglers spent a part of a day and night fishing for catfish in the Juniata river and were rewarded with a string of about thirly dandies. Joseph Wineland and family have vacaled Ihe Helsel property at 403 Sixteenth street and have become residents of near Muleshoe, where they formerly lived. Prcsbylerian—Rev. Julian park, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30, John K-illa- son, superintendent. Evening worsmp at 7.30. Preaching by the pastor. Sermon theme, "The Mantle of Elijah. 1 No mid-week prayer meeting t.he coming week. , The Evangelical Lutheran, Rev. G B. Herman, pastor—Preaching at 10.30 by Ihe paslor and al 7.30 by Kev B. R. M. Shteder of Altoona. Morning subject, "The Interceding Savior.' Evening subject, "Man's Only lu;f uge." Sunday school, with classes for all, at 9.15. Christian Endeavor society consecration meeting at 6.30 Miss Eva Knee, leader. Subject "Finding Our Life Work." If we should turn unanimously to the altar of God for worship, our civic life would find its regeneration and our community would become more anc more the city of God. Hicks Memorial Methodist, Rev. L D. Ott, paator—Preaching at 10.45 and at 7.30 by the pastor. Morning subject, "The Best Institution in the World and Its Claims Upon Us." Evening subject, "The Ministry of Mu sic," a sermon for Music week, May 4-10. Sunday school at 9.30. Prayei meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30 The Sunday evening service will be a finu one lor lovers of music. Every body welcome. Circus days are hefe, and how the great throngs of people, old and yotfftg alike, nocked oul to enjoy the big show, given In the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium last evening! Every inch Of space was filled and many persons were unable to gain admittance to the performance, but fortunately the circus Will be repeated again this evening, in order to accommodate the great throngs of circus lovers. Church of the Brethren, Rev. John R. Snyder, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45, G. V: Fagley, superintendent. Morning worship hour at 11 6'clock. Subject of sermon, "Along the Emmaus Way." Workers conference at 2.30 p. m. B.'Y. P. to;, 6.80. Evening sermon at 7.30. Theme, ''Except Your Righteousness Exceed." x Rev. and Mrs. John R. Snyder returned Thursday morning from Belle- fonlaine, O. t where they were called because of the death and burial of Mrs. Snyder's brother, W. R. Cordrey. Mrs. Fred Brooks Is confined to her home on Eighth street with Illness, Her condition for the past few days has been tjuite serious. Misses Pauline and Miriam Haupt of Logan avenue are enjoying a motor trip over the week-end to Courtland, N. Y., where they will visit relatives. Mrs. Norman Ryan of Pennsylvania avenue, with her sister, Miss Mildred Smith of Lock Haven, left on Friday on an extended motor trip to Toledo, O., Chicago, 111., and Kansas City, Mo., and other places of interest en- route to arid from. Miss Lillian Wilson, a member of the High school faculty, and Miss Berta Wilson, are enjoying the weekend with relatives and friends in Pitlsburgh and vicinity. The Irip was made by 'motor. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mather have returned to Tyrone after spending the past winter season in the sunny climate of Florida. On Wednesday evening, April 23, the Tyrone folks now residents of California, held a Tyrone night at "Rah Rah Daze" the revue put on by Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanias at the Naslon theatre, Los Angeles. There were about forly former Tyrone resi- denls Ihere. Among Ihem were the following perfions: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vogt, who motored from San Diego, a distance of 130 miles; Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Crawford, who motored from Orange,, sixty miles; Mrs. John K. Ray, who Is wintering in California, and Mrs. Jessie Waring and Mrs. JW. F. Taylor Who are visiting Mrs. 'Waring's sons Tom and Fred; Mrs. Bess Hempfies and daughter, the former well known as Bess Sludy; John DeFerie, Mrs. Harry Gripp and son, Harry Sellers; Mrs. Isabelle Smith, Miss Nell Daugherty and sister Mrs. Laura Gallagher; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gray, Miss Kit Vogt and Miss Aura Gray. There were forty seats in all bought for Tyroners. After the show an impromtu back stage reception was held by the Tyrone boys in the orchestra, including, Tom and Fred Waring, Fred Campbell, Poly McClinlock, Fred Buck and Carl Seeds. Columbia Avenue Melhodlst, Rev. lamuel W. Strain, pastor—Church school at 9.45.a. m. Morning worship at 10.45 a. m. Evening worship at 7.30 o'clock. Epworth league at 6.30 p. m. Morning theme, "Religion In A.cts"; evening theme, "Rich Conlacl with Jesus." . nd at 7.30 by Rev. J. W. : Methodist church. Morning subject, "The Ones Who Never .Start." Sunday school at 9.30; Andrew Murtba Jace Taylor, S. Paul Tay- Galley, superintendent. Young Peo* lor. jr.. ana Miss Esther 3purr of Al- pie's Society of Christian Endeavor ^ tooua were recent guests of ills* Jeu-jal 6.45. Monday at U.45, Troop No. Die t>. Fay of Plum street. ,fm, Boy Scouts ol America. Wed- JUib Mtti^uiti Lane haa broken u[i! )jr.:,day at 'I'M, pi aver iiii.eting, a i4OU*>£ttfcCuJJJj; and expect*- tu make mjxcd iei eptiofl. feef future iioiuc m Chicago uith her tUlUlfiJtej*. JJouald Bououin and lam Stuut plain* ui all l,iud> ready fur |ly h»ve moved into Mm. l.ajjt's prop-j mlr. In unrdj'» Greeu liuuse, 71" W. t *rty OB fourth street. JJwiKhtj fa'jivuti »Ucit. Adv. GLASGOW United Brethren, E. D. Rowe, pastoi —Morning service , 10.45 by pastdr Fallen Timber; afternoon service, 2.45 by pastor, Homeland; evening service 7.3U by pastor, Glasgow. Cliristial Endeavor at Ruscland, 7.,'JO; Sunday bi-r, *j|a-iKow, Utahville, Allemaliri- ville; teachers' training, 1-riday evening at H. The. May meeting of the Junior-Senior High School Parettt-Teacher as- IftUon^wIll be held Tuesday eve* nlng, May 6, in the High school auditorium at 7.45 o'clock. The music will be furnished by the music department of the Senior High school atSd the annual exhibition of the home ecbnomics departments under the supervision of Miss Sara Moser, the manual training department, directed by Professor J. H. Daniels, the art department by Miss Dorothy Gove and Miss Edna Zellers and the health department by Miss Edna Lesher and Professor Charles Paynter will tea- lure Ihis May meeling. All the patrons of the schools are urged 'to keep this announcement In mind and arrange to be present to enjoy this appealing demonstration and exhibition of the work accomplished In these branches during the present school year. First United Brethren, Rev. John Watson, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6.30 p. i. Preaching at 11 a. m. and .7.30 p. Bethel A. M. E., Rev. U C. Taylor, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Morning worship at 10.45 a. m. Evening worship at 7.30 o'clock. St. Mathew's Catholic, Rev. J. F. Looney, pastor—Rev. John Hacketl, assistant paslor. Masses at 8 and 10 a. m. Rosary, litany and benediction at 7.30 p. m. . ; Free Methodist, Rev. A. C. Thompson, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 'English Lutheran, Rev. Edward M. Morgan, D. D., pastors-Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Luther league at 6.30 p: m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Grace Baptist—Church school at 9.45 a. m. Preaching at IV a. m. and 7.30 p. m., Rev. J. W. Metzger, supply preacher. Church of the Brethren, Rev. John R. Snyder, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. S. Y. P. D. at 6.30 p. m.. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.' Church of God in Christ, Rev. W. Wells, pastor—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p, m. Y. P. W. W. at 6.30 p. m. Salvalion Army—Captain and Mrs. Huson, in charge. Holiness service at 11 a. m. Bible class and school at 2.30 p. m. Young people's service at 6.30 p. m. Public Salvation meeting at S p. m. Trinity Episcopal, Rev. Clifford L. Stanley, rector—Sunday school at 1C a. m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Evening prayer arid sermon at 7.36 o'clock p. m. First Methodist, Rev. H. Willis Hartsock, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Junior-Senior and Epworth leagues at 6.30 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock; evening worship at 7.30 o'clock; morning theme, "The Spirit of Life in the Christian Church"; evening theme, "Some of the Elements of Christian Citizenship." First Presbyterian, Rev, Joseph A. Speer, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Christian Endeavor, at 6.30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. The auxiliary lit the Am«fltJa« Legion Will «*et In th»' lionday evening at. 14ft i Grace Lutheran, ; JfteW ; Rurtell > Pi Knoebel, pastor—Preachfng al 10.48" »A m. by Rev. William 1 G6bd of Johns* own,. Pa., and at 7.30 p. to, : by Rev. G. B. Harmon of DUncaheviili, Pa., Sunday school at 9.30 Ju «.' Luther eague at 6.45 p. m. Along wittt these special services Rev. Russell P. Knoi- bet will be installed as paste* of the Bellwood Lutheran charge/ The pubic is cordially invited to attend these pectal services. v St. Joseph's Catholic, Rev. M. J. Brett, pastor—Mass at 8.30; Sunday chool at 2.30; benediction at 3.30. Logan Valley Baptist, H. G. Dooley, Castor—Preaching at 10.48 a. tft. and at 7.80 i>. ni. by the pastor. • Morning ubject, "Wayside Shrines." Evening ubject, "Drastic Operations." Sunday school at 9.80. Young people's meeting at 8.30. Junior society, Wed- lesday at .4 p. m. Prayer meeting, iVednesday at 7.46. Preaching at Bap- isl chapel, Tlpton Sunday at 3.80 by Rev. H. G. Dooley. . Tipton Methodist, Rev. J. B 1 . Ander- oon, D, D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.30 a. m., Dean R. Gwin, superintendent. Preaching by the pastor at 7.80 p. m. Sermon theme, "The Matt Bear- ng a Pitcher of .Water." This subject was given the pastor two weeks ago by a member of the congregation with request for sermon based thereon. Church of the Brethren, Galen R. Blough, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30, H. Paul Cox, superintended. Mom- ng worship at 10.48. Subject, "Sow- ng and Reaping." Evening young people's meeting and Junior league at (.45. Evening worship, a sermon for young people. Subject, "A Great Am- jllion." The public is invited fo worship with us. Grace Evangelical, B. F. Helser, pastor—Preaching at 10.30 a. m. and at 7.30 p. m. by the pastor. Subject of morning sermon, "The Fellowship of the Upper Room." Evening, "The Christ of Pentecost." Sunday school at 9.30 a. m. Junior and Senior E. L. C. E. at 6.30 p. m. Plnecroft Sunday school at 2 o'clock. Preaching services at 3 o'clock. FOR SALE—Early cabbage, cauliflower and Tomato plants now ready. All transplanted plants. Other plants In season. E. C. Syllng, 502 Martin St. ROARING SPRING Expectations that Roaring Spring would break open tne Blair County Baseball race at Duncansville, \Ms afternoon, with a make shift lineup due to the inability of several stars to appear for the opening game, when ast evening, Manager Arthur E. Reynolds announced that he has received definite information that all the players except those attending college will be present. Prominent among the new players to e introduced to fans will be Tony Kost, a crack left hand hurler, who can also take a turn in the outfield and is known for his heavy hitting. ECost is said to combine the speed of an Ellenberger with a flossy assortment of curves and slow'balls that promise to take a turn on the mound and Big Lee Ellenberger will have to be on his toes all the time if he is to retain the position of regular starting Bare- town hurler. Another classy player who will be rjresent Saturday contrary to expectations is William Fauver, former Eastern league star with a great reputation as a slugger. Fauver will cover third regularly for Roaring Spring, and if advance notices mean anything Heinle Boll and Allie Wolff will not be missed. Well fortified with hurlers Manager Reynolds will also be able to introduce to the fans a splendid hurler in Speld- el, who tosses 'em from the right side and has already made his acquaintance in Duncansville by hurling a great game a few weeks ago. Speidel is a college varsity man and. is also rated B, heavy hitter and good outfielder. With Dick Snyder available for mound duty and in the' outfield, the Roaring Spring manager when Ellenberger hurls can fill his outfield with three crack hurlers, who have been used in the outileld because of their hitting. Saturday will witness the return to Roaring Spring of a young man who in the early life of the league kept Roaring Spring at the top year after year by his consistent hurling aided by his own fine hitting. This youth will be Carl Raugh, Baretown boy. Carl will be available for pitching and can also cover an infield position if needed. He hits well and has been frequently used at third base when»not on the mound. On the bench for Roaring Spring on Saturday will be Charley Butler, youthful lefthanded pitcher, who with a little seasoning promises to develop into one of the best southpaw hurlers in the district. The youth is also a good hitter and it is hoped that Manager Reynolds will find plenty of op- porunity to use him during the season. Charley made a fine impression in an independent game at Claysburg last evening as he allowed 4 hits in 6 Innings. Later in the season, and possibly not so much later, Manager Reynolds may give the fans an opportunity ,to look over another classy college player, who has been a three letter man al college and is one of the best baseball players seen at Western Maryland University in many seasons. The player is Charles Engles, who was this week elected coach of the High School athletic teams at Roaring Spring. Engles has been captain of the baseball team at the University. The sixth and last Roaring Spring pitcher is one who needs no introduction to Blair County fans. Big Lee Ellenberger .sends word that he is in shape and rarin' to go. Lee's record und ability on the hurling hill are too GREENWOOD United Brethren, Rev. H. B. Seese, pastor—Worship at 10.45 and at 7.30. klorning subject, "Youth's Big Day." Christian -Endeavor anniversary. Evening subject, "Jesus." The evening services will be conducted by Evangel- st Ira P. Dean of Harrisburg. Th« sermon will be illustrated with the stereopticon. Mr. Dean has a fine set of pictures. Every one should see and hear what he has for them. The services will be held every evening during the week, beginning at 7.30. Quiet talks in Bible study every week evening at 7. "Great Object Talks" ,o children every Tuesdfiy, Thursday and Saturday at 4. Sunday schooi at 9.30. Christian Endeavor at 6.30. NEWRY Clyde Shaw of Hollidaysburg was a Wednesday evening guest at the home of Miss Mary Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. David Oldham anc Irvin Plummer of Portage were guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. William Buchle. BELLWOOD Hfs. B. C. Butterbaugh M* ten L*6»e and Betty <* «» avenue will arrive home Sunftty erhObft afW a three months' SUy 1ft Albuquerque, New Mexico.' Two •#&»» Ago they were Joined bv **?«• C. A. Snoeman and 4™$**** Roarlnf Spring and the a Slgh&tesing trip ^ deluding the Of and CaBf 6n. geles, Hollywood, and many other in- e*e«tlnff points. The home folks have received news of a delightful trip and a wonderful time. ? »W*AI» MfS. Jefferson Russell of Detroit, Mieh la visiting her mother • MfB. Hefen' Mutholiem^ 728 Fifth av*n«* Mrs. .Russell was formerly MISs Bertha M Mrs°"j?s'epTiine Willie of C0ltt«bu», O., le spending several days with relatives In Junlata, Altoona and lAke- Bellwood, Fa. Adv. ItOAKING til'UISG THEATKE "TJIH VIKING" with i'uuliiie Starku, Oouultl Crisp, tuid I.eruy Mason. Ti'c-linic-olor throujjlioul. lllxlurical runmiife douliutr with Hie dihcu\'ifry of America by Lit. 1 /, the J.ui'ky. C'Jiurlie Chubo In Out" foinedy. Also well known to need repitition here, but most ball players in the district have a wftolesome respect for his mighty right arm. Lee will start the game on Saturday. In the general reorganization that has taken place in the Roaring Spring baseball club there has also been a shifting of the infleld and a new face will be found at short in Mr. Tinkle Tinkle will be the running mate for Andrews, Johnstown youth who hit so sensationally for Roaring Spring lasi season. The pair have played together for years and great things are expected of them. The playing of Andrews at second sends Joe Stonerook, veteran local star and one of the best players Roaring Spring ever produced, to first base, a position he fills even better th^n he played second. Behind the bat £° r Roaring Spring will be found one of the county's greatest receivers. Wib Treese, bigger and better than ever, will again toss 'em back harder than they come iru and there will be no weakness behind the rubber as Treese's 'ability to clout is well known. On joining the team at the end of the college season Benford, Tyrone player, will also be available for baclcstopplng. One of the familiar faces on the club this year will be John Jarvie, South Fork star and as speed an outfielder as ever donned a glove in the county circuit. Jarve also liit,a in the select circle. Two other players who will not join the team until May 23 are Harvey Hamm, first baseman and outfielder and Zeke Laporte, who can be used anywhere but in the box. On the club again after ana Ixsence of one year is another player who has proven of great value to Roaring Spring in the past. This is diet Smith, outfielder, and fans will be glad to see Chet in action again. With six hurlers already on hand, Manager Reynolds wjll still have an ace ready for any emergency in the person of Lee Carroll, who has won a place in Roaring Spring by his great work during the past two seasons. Carroll will be retained on the payroll and will be available for duty at any time it may seem advisable. Leo hit well and can play the inlield. Roaring Spring is anxious to see the Penn Central tigur losse. Trinity Methodist, Rev. George S. Womer, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 8.15. The sacrament of the Lord's supper at 30.30. Senior Epworth league at 6.30; leader, Bobb Intermediate Epworth league at 6.30; leader, Florence Homer. The sacrament service at 7.30. Subject of sermon, "A Practical Application of the Trinity." LAKEMONT Irvin Lindsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lindsey of 321 Lotz avenue, is able t.o be about again after being ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs.' Carl Royer and son Freddie of Cessna were guests Sunday at the home of the former's mother Mrs. Margaret Roycr of Leslie street, Ira St. Clair of Third avenue, who had his finger injured some time ago Is still off duty due to the injury still being-quite painful. J. W. Mattingly of Lotz avenue had quite a painful accident last Saturday night. He was in Altoona and was struck by an automobile, receiving a pretty bad bump and his face was hurt very badly, but he managed to get home and on Sunday he became sick. On Monday he was admitted to the hospital where he is in a pretty bad condition due to the internal injuries. Mr. and Mrs. David Campbell of Williamsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Pollard of Eldorado were Sunday quests at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. Philip Brunner of First avenue. Mrs. Stewart of Altoona was a recent guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rhodes of Leslie street. Mrs. Goldfarb of Elm street is a patient at a Philadelphia hospital where she underwent two serious operations last week. .She is getting along as nicely as may be expected and hopes to be able to return home greatly improved. Mrs. Margaret Royer of Leslie street, Mrs. F. D. Miller of Front -atreet, Mr. and Mrs. Royer Miller and little eon Royer, jr., and Mrs. Hesser of Llyswen motored to Huntingdon and Alexandria on Monday. Mrs. Mary Sapp of Shand avenue was a recent guest at tjie homo of Mrs. Leonard Mallory of Juniata, Mr. and Mra. John Clark of Lake avenue were recently guests at the home of Mr. Clark's parents at Beech creek. Mr. and Mrs. William Adams and sons Paul and Francis of North Pine street and Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Kauffman of Osterburg motored to the home of Mr, and Mrs. Chester Kauffman of Johnstown Sunday. Mr. and Mra. G. B. French. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spado and little daughter apent two days this week with relatives in Mount Union. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Berger and, children Geraldine, Bobby and Dorothy spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Berger's parents in Wllliamsburg. Geraldine remaining with her grandma for a while. Kathleen Parks of Logan avenue spent last week with 'relatives and friends in Wllliamsburg. Mr. and Mrs. L. Gulahull and sons Charles and Sonny of Altoona were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Fix of Fourth avenue. Mrs. B. M.-Lindemer and daughter Vara Ann of Baynton avenue spent Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Lindemer of Altoona. Edward O'Connor of Long Island sepnt ueveral days at the home of his sinter Mrs. E. H. Flick of Ixitz avenue. Mr. O'Connor left here Tuesday for Pittsburgh to visit another sister and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Watson and daughter Lucretia of North Pine utreet were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mra. John May of Altoona. Charles Goldfarb of Kim street spent Sunday in Philadelphia where he visited Mrs. Goldfarb, who is in a hospital there. f TTlif I A TP J UvIN-1A 1 • - It n-i : i-ViilifcM«i'l.il1|-ti1.i,- *- '"• " The Loya,l Orange lodge, No. 830, Will meet Sunday evening, May 4 In Maeder's hall, to proceed In : • .body ^to Trinity Lutheran church for memorial, services. Every member is urged to mm out. Signed— Worthy Master C. The U°Go I Go class of the Presbyterian Sunday school met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. C. A. tteberllng, 810 Broadway. After the business session, a social hour was enjoyed and a delicious luncheon was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Heber- Itntjr, Mrs, J. M. Noss and Mrs. O.K. Hutchison. Others present were Mrs. J. O. Black, Mrs. John Kelly, Mrs. C. W. Nelson, Mrs. D. B. Bailor, Mrs. R. S. Zearfoss, Mrs. William Nelson, Mrs. J. P. Bilker, Mrs. W. A. Cryer, Mrs. B. P. Cox, Mrs. W. W. Nanear- row, Mrs. R. E. Jackson, Mrs. L. L. Campbell, Mrs. L. H. Shaffer, Mrs. B. F. McClosky, Mrs. S. W. Goodman. The honor guest was Mrs. Mary Hob- erling, mother of C. A. Heberllng. The Adult Bible class of St. John's Lutheran Sunday school met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Martin Swank, 1923 Sixth avenue. At the conclusion of the business session, the hostess served a delicious luncheon and 1 social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Swank's guests were Miss Mildred Blowers, teacher; Mrs. Charles Harpster, Mrs. Rebecca Wolf, Mrs. James Kauffman, Mrs. W. H. Bossert, Mrs. W. B. McCartney, Mrs. John Porter, Mrs. Mabel Krlder, Mrs. Flora Harley, Mrs. Mary Hall, Mrs. Mildred Hoover, Mrs. Laruo Swank, Misses Fannie Shepherd and Irene Snyder. "Parlor.; Matches" is the title of a play to be given by the Nota Bene Mission circle of the First Methodist church, Friday evening, May 9, In the church. The young people are planning for a pleasant evening^ entertainment and they will appreciate your patronage. «tti* ,'1 Kfty*'* sstote was uesday «ven|flt at In* town* of Miss Helen Shafar' 10» *Wirt strtet, The etUb discussed Mtffcatiotial problems and enjoVetf a delightful jg&clal hour and a delicious luncneoft. Those present Were: MlsVes Blsle^HwIhg, Mirtha, McCloiky, Gertr.ude CnambefS^Hettie Holmaft, 4 MarJAfet: £K/a& Wdfeftc* Wlrteland and If «A« WeW». C Mrs. bitlte Christie Of Philadelphia Will spend the week-end with Mrs. Olive Webb! 609 Second averiti*. On Monday, the ladies, *|«VI*r* Wttt past state officer* of the,trifrM of Poca- nontas, will go to McKeesport, wh«r* they Will institute a new council of the above t order. -• , •'••'•' The monthly meeting V>f the Keystone Parent-Teacher association will b« -held Monday evening, May 8, at t,80 o'clock, in the Keystone school. A program will be rendered and Miss Margaret Brown, secretary of th» Child Welfare league, Will be th« speaker. •• . _ St. Paul's Reformed church, Rev, V.emon 0. Grubb, pastor—Sunday School at 9.30 a, m., with Missionary day to be observed. Morning worship *t 10.48 a. m., with pastor to give sermon appropriate to Mother's day. Rev. Grubb Will preach in Christ Reformed church,' Roaring Spring, on May 11, Mother's day. Christian Endeavor at 6.80 p. m. Evening worship at 7.30 p. m., .with pastor to give usual talk on, "Revelations." Trinity Lutheran troop of Boy Scouts reorganized'Monday, evening with the j church council appointing the fdllef* Ing men as troop commitUemen: a A Gable, chairman; Harry Cupp, RoWl W. Fienner and Rev. Paul L. Foulk. \ Presbyterian—Preaching at 10.48 a. m. and at 7.30 p. m. by Dr. D. P. Miller of Phlllpsburg, Pa. Sunday school at 9.30 a. m., G. W. Chase, superintendent. Wednesday evening prayer service at 7.30 p. m. in charge of the session of life church. St. Peters Episcopal, Rev. Albion T. Ross, rector—Holy communion at 7.30 a. m. Church school at 3 p. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 7.30 p. m. Trinity Lutheran, Paul L. Foulk, pastor—Preaching at 11 and 7.30 by the pastor. Morning subject, ','Will the Wicked Be Deslroyed?" second sermon in Series, "Beyond the Valley, Evening' subject, "The ,Tri- The Well ELDORADO St. Rose of Lima church—Masses at 7.30 and- 10.30 by Rev. John J. McAllister, pastor. Regular services at the Fifty-eighth Street Methodist church beginning with Sunday school at 9.46. A welcome is extended to all newcomers in the community. This is a graded and well organized school and all who wish to attend are welcome. Preach at 11 and 7.30 by Rev. Elvin C. Myers, pastor. Epworth and Intermediate league at 6.30. Mr. and Mrs. John Plank and daughters Virginia and Margaret of New Kensington spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Long of 502 Fifty-third street. The Men's Bible class of the Fifty- eighth Street Methodist church will hold a roast beef supper Thursday evening, May 8., Tickets are on sale by members of the class. Mrs. Thad Rhinedollar and children Loraine and Mervin of York were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Long of 502 Fifty-third street. Mr.' and Mrs. Edgar D. Long and children Paul, Lois, Fred and Edgar of 5503 Montrose avenue motored to Hopewell on Sunday. Tho Eldorado Parent-Teacher aaso- (Siatlon will hold a carnival at the school house on Monday, May 12. The public is cordially invited to attend as many things of interest aro being planned, also good home made cake and candy will be there, too. Miss Nellie Riling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woods B. Riling, and John Elvey of Pleasant valley were married Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock in tha Fifty-eighth, street Methodist church by the Pastor, Rev. E. C. Myers. William M. Shultz of 500 Fifty.-elghth street, retired from tho service of the Pennsylvania railroad on May 1, after 48 years and three months service. Mr.. Shultz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Shullz, deceased, and was born at Spruce Creek, March 23, 18U5, and entered the employ of railroad at the age of 17 years. Mr. and Mrs. Shultz, expect to leave for a visit, to bo spent with their three sons and families, located in New York and New Jersey. l''ur Kent—7 liur street. I'op- BELLEFONTE The 1929 apple crop in Centre county was valued at $93,640, according to a report made public this week by the department, of agriculture. The report showed that 52,029 bushels were produced. The annual commencement of the Centre County hospital training school for nurses will be held in the High school auditorium, Monday evening, May 12. There are three graduates in the class this year, namely: Misses Marie Ellen Murray, Loreta H. Meyers and Grace Sevillu. Johnaon. Joseph W. Undercoffer, baggage master at the Pennsylvania railroad station in Bellefonte, was put on the retired list Thursday. His successor will undoubtedly be Thomas J. Lamb. Police Wednesday checked with authorities ul Stale College In a final effort to identify the 24-year-old "collegiate" bandit who was slain ten days ago after holding up the First Security bank at Robbiuadale, Minn. A watch found on the slain bandit was checked to State College through its numbers. It had been purchased by a youth whose general description HUNTINGDON The Huntingdon Christian Temperance union wfll hold a silver medal contest In the'First Methodist church Friday evening. May 23. Seven glrla will compete for the medal with orations on temperance subjects. Special music and speeches will be given between the orations. angle "of Liberty," sermon to Loyal Orange institution. This organization will attend in a body. Sunday school, 9.30, J. E. Gable, superintendent. No quiet hour service this week. First Methodist, Rev. W. W. Banks, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 and 7,30 by the pastor. Morning subject, "™. Future." Hvenlrig subject, Done." Sunday school, 9.30, I. A. Corby, superintendent; 6.80, Epworth league, Alfred Benney, president; 6.30, Young People's circle, Miss Thelma Shellenberger, president; 6.30, Intermediate league, Miss Marjorie Garman, president. Special music at both services. Sunday Is building fund day in the Sunday 'school. All are welcome. Otterbein United Brethren, M. S. Bittner, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 by the pastor. 7.30, pageant by young people. Sunday school, 9.30, F. H. Baker, superintendent; Junior C. E., Sunday at 2, Mrs. A. H. Kuhn, superintendent; Intermediate C. E., Sunday at 6.45, Mrs. D. W. Hosteller, superintendent. Regular evangelistic service each Wednesday night at 7.30. Mother's day, May 11. Write your mother a letter, pay her a visit, bring her to Bible school-and worship service. The Otterbein United Brethren church welcomes the mothers and will provide transportation for thosa'^ who cannot walk to and from tn»| church. Notify the pastor. Dial 2-368O • Grace Evangelical Rev. A. Morgan! Jenkins, pastor—Preaching by the pastor at 10.30 and 7.30. Morning sub,- Ject,' "The Fellowship of the Upper Room." Evening subject, "The Christ of Pentecost." Sunday school at 9.30; Junior B. L. C. E. at 2 p. m.; Senior E. L. C. E. at 8.45. The 900th anniversary of "Pentecost" is being observed in this church and the pastor will preach a series of sermons on same at each service until Sunday evening, June 8. All aro invited to como and ei^joy tho services. For Rent—Four room, first floor apartment, 710 Broadway, Phone 23807. Juniata. Adv. JUNIATA THEATHK . Saturday Clara Bow In "DANGEROUS CURVES" Vltuphono comedy act. Now* Mickey Mouse Sound Cartoon EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBURBAN DAY D o you know that you may sit down to the Duo-Art with an AudioGraphic Roll and acquire as deep an understanding of a masterpiece of music as years of study would reveal? Come Into Our Store Today and Try It! WINTER Music STORE 1415 ELEVENTH AVENUE lU'XV VUAUS IN ALTOONA 318 JUaiu HI. Adv. tallied with the baydit, police learned.

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