Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1930 · Page 14
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Cassidy Grace Madeline Cassidy Jack Hughes Caum Abele C. Cerully Allaielta Emma Charlesworth Max George Charlesworth Frank M. Chesney Anna Pearl Chess Pauline R. Chilcoat Madeline Chirdon Eva Katharine Christniann Edward John Clabaugh Sara Leah Clapper J. Donald Clendenin Joseph C. Clifford Joseph .Emerson Clinger I Thelma Irene Clugh Helen Gertrude Cogan Charles Cohen •> ' Tessie Dolores Cohen " James William Colbert i Sina iiaiguerite Colebaugh , Grace R. Conner • Orville E. Conner T M. Lourayne Conrad • Martha Jane Conrad 1 Michael J. Coriere ' E. Marie Corl ' Miriam E. Corl .'. John Clinton Craig ; Mary Emma Crawford : i- John Edward Crawford • Clair W. Crider Fremont Lawrence Cromer Alma Isabel! Cross ' Wilford S. Crum , Bessie Cunningham •i Dorothy M. Cunningham , James "Newton Cunningham John Okell Curtis • Evelyn M. Cutler ' Louise E. Daniels ' Mila Marie Davis 1 Sheldon Keister Davis Virginia K. Davis . Palmira Sundy Defazio , William K. Deibler i Wido Edward Deluliis Herman Robert Delozier ' Jess Edward Delozier ' Henry Clay Dern, jr. Helen Marie Derose '. Dorothy Jane Detwiler , Calvin Marion Detwiler , Lorma Jeannette Detwilci : Harold E. Dewald Bertha L. Dick * Ethel M. Dick ' George LeRoy Dickson ' John Russell Dietrich ' Edwin William Dively .. Mildred Anna Dot Dively i Charles James Dixon i George Edward Dollar * Stanley Donaldson 1 Margaret Alice Dorries * John Harrison Dukeman * K 1 William J. Ehredt * Helen Maude Eichelberger * Vivian Pauline Eichelberger , Eugene Dallas Eicher •t Paul Elwood Eicher Betty Louise Eifler * Virginia G. Elder " Edith May Elvey ' Elda Elizabeth Elvey , William Millard Embick ' Melvin Paul Espy Kathryn E. Esterline , Betty Alberta Evans Myra Josephine Evans ' Florence N. Evin * Phillip Wertz Fair i Helen Mildred Fallman * H. Wayne Farber I Wijbur Thomas Farley I Htlchard Thompson Fay i JOrvMe Stoner Feather if Marian L. Fellows f Anna M. Fetter , -, / Katherine Alander Figard T» f Margaret Marie Filer K y ' Merl Campbell Filler ' f \ Elsie Janet Findlay Guy John Fiore , Joseph Nicholas Fiore , Nunzio Joseph Fiore , Josephine Mary Fischer . M. Ethel Fisher * Ruth Anna Fissel " Helen Louise Fleck • George A. Flegal Mary Grace Folcarelli ', - R. Wayne Foor . Robert Thomas Fox . Martha H. Freedmau i Geraldine Marie Fresh Alberta Louise Friedland ' Mabel Louise Friedman ' Charlea Franklin Frye " Andrew Mitchell Fyfe Mary Catherine Uaiiies Joseph William Galloway William J- Gardinei Mary R. GatPs Alma Bertha Gehrdes Margaret Elizabeth Utoige H. Eugene Gtrkin Esther M. Getz Harry Geti Henry Getz Porotliy M. Gibbons Arthur Edwin Gieg Martha Kraut-en Gilcrest Gretta Rutli Gill Elliott Glunt Lilu Louue Ijonsiniui jponald Albert Goodman Wiulield J Gortmch £>«rtbea 14- Graham Duuald L. Graham George Lewis Greater ll*rg»ret Marian Giucn Huloa Louibc Griffith MaJUdivi Ca.tba.nnc Gritfilli Viola Griiruh Wiu»luu C Gfittlth Helen B tlrittillu, C Orville Gruvt Jam- H <!i"\rr Utko I. Uwiu Henry August Hafner Gladys Marie ttamer Robfeft Henderson Hamilton Josephine ttarf Ruth Esther Harr Kathleen Harshbarger Helen Beatrice Harlsock Joseph Hamilton Hartswlck William G. Hartzell Edward W. Hazel Henrietta Henderson Dillon D. Herr Irene Mae Hershey Martha Helen Hetrick Richard Ellwood Hewitt Kenneth W. Hicks Iva Alberta Hill Harold E. Hiner James Irvln Hlnkle Garland W. Hocnstine Elisabeth Ann Hoffmann James G. Hoffman John F. Hofmann Naomi L. Holdeman Robert Henderson Holmes James Robert Homan M. Elizabeth Hooper Herbert James Hooper Cloyd W. Hoover G. 'Alton Hoover Earl B. Hoover Francis Blair Hoover Ina Grayce Hoover David Simmonds Homer Helen Grace Householder C. Elizabeth Houscr Charles Edward Howard Marguerite L. Huff ' Frank Odell Hughes Sara E. Hughes John W. Hurst John A. Hutchison, jr. Robert Lynn Hutchison 1 J. Mildred llgenfritz Phyllis V. llgenfritz Ruth Estelle Ingram Laura Viola Irwin F. Marlon R. Isenbcrg Mabel Gertrude Jackson Anna Helen Jarklewicz Fanny E. Jasimas Mary Irene Jeffries Edna M. Johnson E. Alberta Jones Thelma Marie Jones Annie Joseph George Joseph K John C. Kantenwcin Francis E. Karl Aaron Karp Harry R. Katzcn , Mary Rhu Kaup Sara Jane Kearney Ray Keech Anita C. Keith Sidney J. Keith Clarence William Kelly James E. Kelly Kenneth Kelly Marian Ruth Kelly Varetta E. Kemmerling Maynard Thomas Kennedy William H. Kennedy Octavene Merrinda Kensinger Suzanne Mae Kensinger Anna Mary Kimberly Merl F. Kimmel Esther Maye Kline Mike Kluba Sara Ethel Knisely Gerald David Koelle Thomas Wilmott Kough Alva Irene Krider Charlotte Helen Kublic I Irene Anna Lamca Don Aldon Lane Margaret M. Lang Margaret Ellen Laramy Minnie Pauline Laratonda Jennie Lasser Max Lasser Lewis Lastort Robert C. Laubach Josephine Edna Laubachcr Sidney J. Laudenslaycr Clarence Grant Leader Catherine Louise Leasure Grace Harper Lehmann Esther E. Leisey Celia Liebmann Harold Arthur Light Anna Margaret Lindscy John Richard Lingenfelter Paul A. Link Elenor M. Lower Gerald Joseph Luther Mildred Alice Lyon Me Donald Simpkins McAleese William Thomas McArthur Helen Winifred McCabe Mary Haldeman MacCarthy Ethel LaVerna McClain Brinton Dee McClellan Eleanor G. McClure Dorothy Mae McCollum Irwin W. McCoy Harry McCready Martin Wayne McCreary Rosella McCullough Marian Jeannette McCune Robert P. MacDonald Alberta Mary McGirk Jane Arged McGirk Walter A. McGraw Kathleen B. McHale Ruth Ellen McKerihan Emma Gray McKinney Clinton B. McKnight Lester McQuade BI Ellamae Lorraine Mahon John Hartman Mallam Sara Frances Marshall --Ruth Lillian Martz Joseph Elden Matlack George Philip Matthews Elsie Mae Meckley , Marjorie May Megahan Marjorle Louise Merrills Thelma May Metzger Charles Robert Meyer Jeanette Meyer Alma S. Miller Avis Truth Miller Clara Geraldine Miller Earl J. Miller Elmer W. Miller Erma Kalhryn Miller Frances Irene Miller Hilda Grace Miller Jacob Wenger Miller James David Miller Joseph Charles Miller Marguerite Kathryn Mills Roy C. Minster Dorothy Naomi Mitchell Helen Julia Mitchell Alice Marie Mock Sylvia May Montgomery Andrew David Moore Vivian Morch Mary Evelyn Morgan Martha G. Morris Winifred Morrow Kenneth J. Morse Mary Elizabeth Mollicrsbaugli Ethel Irene Motter Mada Maurine Moyer John Robert Muir James Nelson Murphey • John Wherry Murphey Jolanda LaRue Murray Lloyd Wohlert Murray Mildred Myers .Sara H. Neal Uuthcr Isabull Nearhuof Frances Willard Nearhoof Tcrcse Neuwahl Pauline Kmina Newton liubi-n Fouse Nk-odemu.s Hubert Hartley Nicodemus Madeline Catherine Morris Mildred L. Nori-i.s Ruth Edna Norm O Uonald K. Onu-r Elizabeth M. Owens I 1 Jai.-U 1. Painter Konaline Parish Hi-i-biTl Aiiliui I'atrli Thorn*.-. .Ii" • .-. l 3 H(lfi'.-,«in UviulU Mii.\,.i.ll Puilun \ Perry Mary Louise Anna Dor6thy Plempel Donald Edward Plempcl Robert Udell Plempel • Mary Elizabeth Poet Joseph John Ponchelak Dorothy Jane Powell George Farabaugh Powell Eva Mae Powley Louis Joseph Plftk K Roland H. Reed. H. Louise Reem Paul Thad Reindollar Alfred Q. Replogle Francis L. Rhodes Kenneth Rhodes Dorothy Marietta Richards Margaret Adele Richctt Anna Grace Rigg James Rispoll Hilda Mary Rita Emma Frezzie Ritchcy Helen May Ritchey W. Raymond Rltchcy Glengall Marie Robb Clara Jean Robeson Mary Margaret Robinson Harold C. Roblson Lula Mae Rockwell George N. Roher William Raymond Rossman Helen E. Rudislll Gwendolyn J. Rugglcs Thelma Viola Rupp Mary Alice Russell Norman S. Russell S Helen Sack Anthony James Santarsicrl Helen Rebecca Savitz Catherine Lluella Saylor Margaret Gwendolyn Schallcs William Albert Scheffer Herman Ernest Scherrer Richard D. Schirm Robert W. Schleich Eleanore Aletta Schmilt Elizabeth Champeno Schmitt Agnes M. Schoch Rosemarie Schraf Helen Gladys Scotland Edward Sealfon Oliver M. Sell Helen Ruth Sellers Beatrice Share John Gantt Shaver Dorolhea Mae Shcedcr Louis Sher Nettie M. Shcr John E. Sherdon Charles E. Snipe Jane Elizabeth Shoemaker C Jeanette Shoenfult Kathryn Ruth Shultzabargcr Erdene Pearl Sidler Thelma Regina Sigel • Melyin William Simpson Nelson B.' Simpson Agnes Isabel Skiles Mary Elizabelh Smeal Gerald Smelser Calherine Elizabeth Smith Florence Kathryn Smith Fred I. Smith Helen E. Smith Isabel Luclle Smith Lloyd R. Smith Maxine Virginia Smith E. Raymond Smith, jr. George W. Snavely Dorothy Snlvely Helen G. Snyder Isabelle Ruth Sommer Margaret Thelma Soyke Roberta Virginia Soyster Paul George Spearing John Ernest Spielman Alverna A. Stackhouse John Jacob Stark Bertha Charlotte Steel Americo E. Stefanini Robert Ralph Stevens Donald I. Stiffler Robert Elwood Stilt Lena L. Stoop Dorqthy Marie Summers Dorothy E. Sweitzer Ronald P. Taylor Arthur E. Taylor Lisette Templeton Charles G. Thomas Janice Carver Tippery William Thomas Tobin Eunice Elizabeth Tregoning LaRue Olive Troutwcin James W. Troxell Helen Naomi Truax Marian Alma Tussey Lillian R. VanScoyoc M. Genevieve Varlcy Louis S. Vaughn Martha Lucinda Vaughn Dan R. Vogt W Dorothy Evelyn Wagner Romaine Wagner Russell J. Wagner Kennelh Walker Margaret E. Wallace Helen Walter Louise Marian Ward Helen BuelttH Washington Mary Phyllis Watts Ruputtft C. Waakland Florence. Alleeii Weamer Alverta May Weaver -Esther Henriette Weber Gertrude Louise Weber Helen M. Webster , Rolland Edward Welbley Mary J. Weiner. Sarah Weiner Rosaline Wcinstein Mary Elizabeth Weld Eleanor M. Werft Pearl O. Wertz Lottie Adalene" Whitcsel Franklin Eugene Wholaver Florence Nightingale Wicker Elizabeth W. Wike Joseph Chester Wiley Elmira Eleanor Wilklns Inez Lillian Williams Marguerite E. Williams Ruth Grace Williams Thomas Lee Williams Charles Thomas Wilson Evelyn Alice Wilson Mildred Wilson Vivian Denning Wilson Marjorie L. Wilt Mildred Lucille Wilt Dorothy May Winn Paul W. Winnaugle Dorothy Jean Wirt Florence Evelyn Wise Helen Pauline Wise Jnnet Marian Wissingcr Harold C. Wolf John Oakley Wolf Robrrt S. Wolfe Harry Linton Wolfkicl Isabel Deane Wood Marian Virginia Wood Marjorie Wood Maude Audrey Wood Wllhclmina Wood Paul Eugene Woodward Earl J. Wynekoop V Thomas Edgar Yingling Miriam Gwendolyn Yohn Joseph Francis Yon Ray E. Yon 7, Ramon M. Zciger MAY LEARN IDENTITY OF RAILROAD VICTIMS Comparison of pictures of two young men, furnished by two Philadelphia women whose brothers are missing with two young men who were killed last Friday evening on the main line tracks near Coburn, has aroused the hope that the identity of the two victims have been solved, according to local authorities. While a distinct resemblance is seen Coroner Chester C. Rothrock, has mailed photographs of the two train victims to the Philadelphia women in order that they may check the identity. The women are Miss Virginia Walls and a Mrs. John F. Small. A number of other inquires have been received concerning the two men but there is little to indicate that the men are those sought by the other inquirers. MERCY HOSPITAL CASES. Admitted. Mrs. Frank Murphy, 2633 West Chestnut avenue. Mrs. Earl Helsel, 2822 Fourth avenue. Robert Beegle, Williamsburg. Dorsey Boyts, Williamsburg. Mrs. Frank Elder, Saxton. Samuel Saracena, 3609 Union avenue. Charles R. Lowe, 1016 Second avenue. Discharged. Eleanor Van Ormer, 104 Sixth avenue, Juniata. Paul Grannas, 2717 First street. Marguerite Overcash, 122 East Third avenue. INJUKED BY AUTO. Struck by an automobile at the intersection of Union avenue and Twenty- (ICth street early this morning, Samuel Saracena, aged 58, of 2609 Union avenue, suffered a fracture of one rib and severe body bruises. He was admitted to the Mercy hospital. The automobile which struck the man was driven by Albert Wilson of 2510 Third avenue, who took Saracena to the hospital. OBSERVES NATAI, DAY. Joseph W. Parks, proprietor of the Wopsy poultry yard in Juniata gap, is today celebrating his natal anniversary. This is the busiest season o». the year for the average poultryman so that Mr. Parks is not devoting mud of his time today to celebrating. Nevertheless, his friends have not forgotten him and he is receiving their felici tations and good wishes. iJLASS DP 99 WILL RECEIVE DIPLOMAS (Continued frohi Page 1.) second honor, salutatorlan, Goldle Lasser, of 311 Allegheny street; third, Sue BroWn, 918 Wayne street; fourth, Gladys Gearhart, Duncansvllle; fifth, Dorothy Rishe, 108 Allegheny street; sixth, Eleanor Kirkham, DuncansVille; seventh, Betty Kemp, 308 Union street; Eighth, Edwin Clapper, Duncansvlle; Ninth, Marie Gearhart, Duncansville; tenth, Dorothy Good, Sylvan Hills. The class of 1930 bears the honor of being the largest class ever graduated from the Hollidaysburg schools. The class is composed of ninety-nine students. Following is the complete roster of the class: Academic Course. Julia Magdeline Adams Myra L. Albright Sarah Leanore Baker Mildred Elizabeth Bancroft Margaret Ellen Brantlinger Sue I. Brown Amy Estella Burns Edwin Morrison Clapper Marian Annetta Clapper Mildred Dorothy Dunkle Hilda Marie Frederick Hyacinth Margretta Freeman , Glayds Ruth Gearhart Alta Marie Gearhart Robert Lewis Geesey Dorothy W. Good Ada L. Greenawalt Katherine Gertrude Haller Ruth Eleanor Harpster Frank Ernest Helsel Ruth Anita Hite Harvey Wilbur Hoover Melvin Richard Hoover Dorothy Jane Hunter ' Thomas Jonathan'Jackson Anna Elizabeth C. Kemp Eleanor Elizabeth Kirkham George Thomas Knouse Ralph Edward Krider Goldie Lasser Walter Lindsay Lloyd Mary Catherine McClain Regina Mayhue Meadows Kathryn I. MOore Margaret Louise Moore Richard Lee Moore Helen Leanore Mountain Edith Marie Mountain John Robert Ovelman Margaret Esther Potter Janet Matthews Rhodes Dorothy E. Rishe Alma Louise Soyster Harry Joseph Stanley Frances Evelyn Stewart Franklin Paul Stultz Kathryn Norma Taylor Thomas; Matthew Treese Paul Killer Vipond Wallace Emerson Williams General Course. John B. Alters Richard Bernard Banholzer .. Regina May Black Lucy Lucinda Buck D. Robert Collary Myrtle Crude Kenneth Butler Cross Alfred Charles Dangel Edna Exline Emily Virginia Focht Joseph L. Gifford Enid Keller Haller Mildred Ethel Irvine Virginia Pearl Jones Mildred Elizabeth Linsday Margaret Lloyd ' Paul Leroy Mclntyre Dorothy Marie Meyers George A. Oler Hilda Louise Reffner Grace C. Rhodes Norman Edward Rodkey Joseph Henry Rodkey Thomas Ross Shaffer Thelma Olive Stifflcr Thomas Augustus Van Allman Mabel Margaret Whittaker Frank Benjamin Kunsman Commercial Course. David Aloysius Barroner Winafred Helene Bowser Camillus Brua Dorothy Virginia Buoymaster Edna T. Carl Ethel M. Crain Martha Ellen Delozier Gladys Geraldine Downing Beulah M. Eckard Dorothy Mae Jackson Alma L. Kephart Margaret E. MacDonald Kathryn Isabelle Rettburg Edwin Cletus Shoemaker Margaret Seymour Smith Lois Virginia Treese Ruth Virginia Treese Gladys M. Walters Pauline Wertman Harold W. Wineland Violet Kathryn Keller OARS TO flmitotf That's what she's waiting for . . . "Uneeda Bakers" Nabisco Sugar Wafers. There's nothing quite so de- licious with ice cream. Says the Uneeda Boy. 'Uneeda Bakers* A crunchy to creamy taste . . . from the crispest of wafers to the creamiest of sweet filling*. Known as /Vabijco Sugar Wafers, made as only " Uneeda Bakers" can make good things to eat. Wrapped in two uax wrappers to keep them fresh and crisp. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY 'UneeHa Rak*ra* fh* COntraCtdr Angftfed U» p«nn street, ttdllWaysburg;, tram legneh* t(J «4fb6rV Having COIttfl pourlh* the flfffti 6aWh bf cefnent yes- Srtay, Altort* ft Logan VftUfiS ; Meo- trio Railway cafs of the HoiHdays- burg division tofnbfriw ittofning will resume operations to the end of the line, abandoning the temporary bus service In the borough which had been in force for several months due to , the paving operations. The regular schedule for the Hol- lldaysburg cars will be resumed starting at 5.46 o'clock tomorrow morning, the superintendent of transportation for the Logan Valley, Charles A. Hoodnagle, said today. The cars will follow a nfteen-minute schedule as formerly and then the night cars will Kd on Thursday night, also, running to the terminal of the Hollidaysburg line. Night cars leave this city five minutes after the hour starting at 12.05 a. m and continue throughout the night. A little work remains to be * completed in placing bricks along side the Logan VaUey rails but this can be completed under traffic, It was explained. BAR OPERATORS HEARD, I'lne Tmpo§ed for Operating Gambling Devices—Liquor Decision Held. On Jan. 23, last, Constable Charles E. Ehret and city police officers made a raid on the bar at the Hotel Brunswick, 1001 Eighth avenue. The officers found a glass containing only an ounce or so of liquor standing on the bar. This was bottled and labeled for evidence. A search of the premises revealed nothing but some four cases of empty pint whiskey bottles. Two slot machines were found in operation and confiscated. Because of the illness of Mr. Ehret no action was taken in the case unti April 15 when the constable made in formation before Alderman Charles M Kephart, charging Arthur Anderson William Bryan and Silas Weamer wit! possession of liquor and Weamer with setting up a gambling device. Las night the parties were arraigned be fore Alderman Kephart for a hearing On the liquor prosecution, the magls trate reserved his decision for a fe^ days but in the slot machine case h Imposed a line of $50 and costs. An; money found in the machines is to b applied to the tine and costs; the ma chines will be taken to the office o District Attorney Richard H. Gilber at Hollidaysburg for disposition, unde his orders. RECOVERS FROM INJURY. Fred Gearhart, aged 38, Phillpsbur carpenter who was hurt early thl month in a motor crash In Greenwoo in which he suffered a fracture of th skull, yesterday was able to leave th Altoona hospital where he had been patient since May 5. For a time Gear hart's condition was rather precariou but he has about recovered and wa returned to his home to recuperat fully. Two other companions wer hurt less seriously in the same ace dent, were treated at the Altoona hos pital but previously had been dls charged. vefttte f eported to traffic hat as he was driving near the he and her uppir lip was THE HAND OF TIME You can't push it back, but you can prolong your days by eating foods that keep the arteries soft and pliant, the muscles strong and vibrant and the mind clear and active. Shredded Wheat with milk supplies the elements that keep the body strong and supple —contains all the needed vitamins and a mineral salts for insuring health and strength. It's ready-cooked, ready-to- serve. Delicious for any meal, with milk or fruits. SHREDDED HEAT WITH ALL THE BRAN OF THE WHOLE WHEAT National Headauarters CLEVELAND. OHIO. Clover Farm Stores Give Telephone and Delivery Service CLOVER FARM STORES ARE HOME-OWNED INSTITUTIONS They offer for Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday with Clover Farm Service Memorial Day Specials, lor That Puling And For the Thrifty Workers and Housewives Who Remain at Home Clover Farm Corn Flakes 2 *•*»• 1 5c Clover Farm Country Eggs 0^. 24c Big Yellow Free Peaches 2 Lar « e Cans 43c clover Farm Pale Ginger Ale 2 Bottles 25e Peanut Butter Kisses, 2 IBs ..... 25c Fresh Big Salted Peanuts, lb.. .19c Clover Farm Embossed Napkins and Waxed Sandwich Paper, 3 pkgs., 25c Clover Farm Mayonnaise and Relish Spread, per jar ................ 23c EXTRA SPECIAL, THURSDAY and SATURDAY X lb. Rolls .... 89C l lb. Prints ... 45c That Fine Clover Farm Butter 3 Cans Tall Milk .... 3 C^ns Pork and Beans Wonderful California Cantaloupes Crisp, Solid Iceberg Lettuce For « Refreshing Fine Ripe Pineapples, l§c each Extra Large Pineapples . . ZOc sach New Potatoes . . . . $ Ibs. 35e solid white Maine Potatoes, 53c pk. There Is A Clover Farm Store Near You!

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