Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 3, 1930 · Page 19
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PLAKI KWf IWf ll rttVettnt* ft {m_6ti$» *—lifi ji¥FCM*«. OMtta Miller, Paul flood attd Dftmfi Kfepft, Misses Wtfrffftd "iflofle Miller, Ltunef Maufl > SMnWr; vocal soprftno *oto, , __iHe Qraftiu*. Professor* Bach* and Fouwere and Miss Park, the mtrtlc BOpervigof, accompanied thttllB ^dfln£ zOlKft, ". Mr*. Charles Decker of town itiri ttrMrs. William Dysard of J are spending this w«eK in Atlantic city where they are guests ef MM. Decker's daughter Mrs, Wil- liam'Walsh. Mr. and v Mfs. - J. lint** IMnftr of town, accompanied by their «m-lfl/ law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. clair* Johnson and daughters'Mary Gene and Olady* at Huntingdon, ihotojred to Winchester, Va., And enjdyed the beautiful apple blossoms in the Shenanddah valley. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Piper motored to Lewlstown Saturday, to attend the funeral services of the late Rudolph W. Ktlne t "Mr. Kline being the father- in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Piper's daughter Mrs. Charles Kline (MadallAe) of .Mill dreek. '• • ' Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Kyle and daughter Mis*. Esther of Alexandria were Saturday, guests of Mr. Kyle's Sister Mrs. Mattie Port and family of King Mr. and Mrs. William Ross and sons'James and Robert of Williamsburg spent the week-end with Mrs. Ross' parents Mr. and Mrs. James I. Myton.of King street. Mrs. Lettie Neff and sister Mrs. L. P. Hanson of Bronson, Mich,, who is a guest of Mrs. Neff at her Alexandria home, spent a day recently with their 1, brother-in-law and Sister Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyson. I. C. Temple and son Philip B. ^Te'mple' motored to Altoona, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. WllHa Shilling and twin daughters Doris and Lois of Pennsylvania Furnace motored here and spent the 'week-end with relatives and friends. J. Rhea Wilson of Philadelphia was a recent visitor' of his parenU Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilson at their farm home near town. The senior class' of P. V. H. S. are % enjoy ing the educational sightseeing trip to Washington, D. C., leaving here Thursday morning, May ,1. Marion Greenawalt of Lewistown spent Sunday with his parents at their farm home near Cottage and also with his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gates and family of King street. The first five grades of school closec for this term Thursday at noon, May 1. The teachers, Misses Mcllroy Henderson, Gordon and Gates, treated their students to a peanut scramble Needless to! say the children enjoyed this peanut "party and it will be a bright spot to remember long after schopl days are past. Miss Edna Gates, • a student of Juni ata college, is spending this week-em with 'her homo folks Mr. and Mrs W. Bi Gates at their farm home near town. ' . George ». Hutehinson, above, oi Baltimore, h»» fcnnottnc**- plan* for a solo l»»Bt aerojf Ih* Atlantic JSST fc V ft CARROLLTOWN LAKEMONT TERRACE Since the week of May 4 is nationa music week, two music events will be • held at the Terrace in the Garden Heights United Brethren church in honor of the week. The first will be on Tuesday evening, May 6, given by a group of Miss Sarah Feltwell's plane students, and assisted by Miss Vera Treese of Hollidaysburg, who is an accomplished violinist. The secom will be given on Friday evening, May 9, by Miss Sarah Feltwell, pianist and • Miss Dorothy Zlegler, violinist, both Weachers in the Barker College of Mu etc in Altoona at the same church. On •Tuesday evening, May 13, Miss Felt well will present another group o students in a piano recital in the Lakemont Methodist church! They will be assisted by Mrs. H. W. Glasaco, soprano. These recitals will begin at 8.16. The public is cordially invited to attend any or all of them. No admission will be charged or offering lifted. Lee Esper has accepted a position as highway inspector with the Pennsylvania state highway [department and is now stationed at Dixonvllle, near Indiana. K. B. Young is ill at his home suffering from a malady which the doctors seem unable to diagnose up to the present time. Mrs. Samuel keeper, and daughter Leona have returned to their home after spending the week-end with the former's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Worley of Akron, O. • Mrs, A. L. Hoover, son John and daughter Patricia of Pittsburgh spent the week-end with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carberry. Mrs. Weldon Weirick and baby son and Mrs. Irene Gallaher were visitors this week in Philadelphia where they visited Mrs. Weirick's husband who is a patient In the American Stomach hospital, he having undergone an operation there earlier In the week. Latest reports from Philadelphia are that Mr. Weirick Is not as well as it was hoped. Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Showers have returned from a visit with relatives last week In Wheeling, W. Va., where they Journeyed to attend th'e funeral of their little granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. George Green of Eldorado were Wednesday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holt. The Daughters of America, Logan Council No. 134, will sponsor an entertainment In the nre hall on Tuesday evening, May 13. No admission will be charged but a silver offering will be lifted. At this time the charter of the,order will be publically draped. Mr. and Mrs, John Gottshall were week-end visitors in Washington, D, C. Misses Edna and Elsie Gottshall, Mrs. Edna McNeil, and Mr.-and Mrs. Lorraine McNeil motored to Huntingdon on Monday evening, where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brumbaugh and also assisted in installing a new Daughters of America council at Huntingdon, Miss Helen Prough was a Sunday visitor in Sinking Valley Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holt delightfully entertained a number of young people at their home on Dewey street on Wednesday evening at a surprise birthday party In honor of their daughter ,Audrey's 21st, birthday an- Sister Mary, Immaculata of the Immaculate Heart of Mary convent, Carbondale, died Friday and her funeral was held at Carbbndale, Monday, morning. The nun was the former Miss Margaret Yahner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Yahner of Hastings. The parents and other close kift Of the nun -attended the funeral. The deceased enterefl the convent about four years ago. Mr. and Mrs. James Bagley and family ahd Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Airhart of Altoona were in attendance at the funeral of the late Mrs. Anna Weakland of Carrolltown, which was conducted Wednesday morning from St. Joseph's mission church. Mrs. Mary Kirkpat- rlck and son Clyde of Johnstown, formerly of Altooha, were also among the relatives at the funeral. . Mr. and Mrs. Jdhn Hafer and daughter of Altoona were' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thomas ,of Carrolltown Sunday. The Carrolltown branch of the I. C. B. U. banquetted at the home of Mrs. Josephine Mangold Thursday evening and a card program followed the menu, which included "many seasonable dishes. The affair is reported to hive been very pleasing to the many ladles present. Under the auspices of the Northern Cambria Kiwanis club an oratorical contest Will be held at the Brandon hotel, Spangler, Monday evening, when High school students will be the contestants. The Judges will be selected by Dr. M. S. Bentz oT Ebensburg, Cambria county 'superintendent of schools. An attractive trophy will be presented the winner in the contest. Attorney Reuel Somervllle of Patton addressed the Northern Cambria Klwanls club at Monday's meeting at the Brandon hotel, Spangler, the subject of the discourse being "Ox Cart to Aeroplane." A mothers' highway celebration will be sponsored by -the Northern Cambria Kiwanis' club, Sunday, May 11. which will be the third annual affair of that kind. Mrs. Helen Krumbine and daughter Helen, also Miss Ruth Stevens <jf Altoona were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Stevens last Sunday. MM> Joseph Wilson motored from Carrolltown with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Levy Diehl, with whom she, is now visiting at Duncansville. The guest came to Carrolltown with relatives of the town of Indiana; v ' . . Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Flick and Mr. and Mrs. John Reigel Qf Altoona were Sunday guests of Mrs. Emma Binder and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Green. Charles Kane or Altoona visited his parent Mr. and Mrs. A^roh Kane of jarrolltown , Sunday. Celestine Springman, of Spangler is reported to be seriously ill with bright' s disease at His home. The patient is one of the well known citizens of north' ern Cambria county. > it. ,.~- , The t«teh6fB, .Mtt* Nellie 8e«*an and tUM ttildfstt tlnirtntMl of New Pans gta«« school*, cfrmefl vet? tirccesaftit let** eh Wetotftltay. , Th* soh olafs met m theifr r*«p<tttiv« fftdmn ntowlnf Md at 16 o'clock Accompanied fy tftelf teacher* march' ted through town ctt^lng luttjh BoW and 'baskets and attired in butlr/g cos.- tames and apeftt the day in a- trove near tovJn enjoying a plchic dlnrier, Mr, and itrs. Bt«cB Decked MtlW Miss Patricia Latshaw and Miss BJdith l»at»haw of Alteotta spent s«verat days with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Latshaw, .' - ; ',. ' . After spending the winter at Sprankles Mills with, her son-in^aw and daughter Mrs. Mar"y bobson returned to spend some time here with her daughter MM: T. 0. FusS. Misses Violet Suter and Ruth Lphr, nurses In training at Memorial ^ Hospital, Johnstown, and Earnest Effl- erick and Wllliahi Weaver of Shanks- vlile were entertained to dinner at the home of Miss Suter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Suter, south . of town, Mrs. S. G. Wiltsle and daughter Mildred of Kalamaaoo, Mich., were visitors at the same home. Thomas Blackburn and wife and daughter D&rls of Central City were visiting a few day* at the home of the former's grand parents Mr/ and Mrs. Dewalt Blackburn, Mr, and Mrs. C. W, Stabb and, son James of Johnstown Were guests at the home of their relatives Mr. attd Mrs. George Rock north of town.i George E. McMIllen and Davis Con- 'ftSMy 'returned from spending a part of the day in (Everett with relatives and friends. '''' . Mr, and Mrs. BugentfH Cuppett and daughter Eva went to Johnstown and spent a- part of the day with 'their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. MaOa Cuppett, Mrs. F. W. Cuppett accompanied them and stopped at Windbei) to visit her sister Mrs. Watson Mc-i Mullen, who has been very ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zembar of Cumberland, Md,, were spending some time at .the home of Mrs. Elsie Davis recently. * Mrs. W. L. Phillips of Schellsburg, wife of the Methodist minister of New Paris, Is visiting, this week 'in Cumberland, Md., with relatives and friends. . Mr. and Mrs. A. Gohn and Mr. Fall of -Wlndber were entertained 'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Latshaw. Mr. and Mrs. < John Yoder, Harry Hebon and wife of Johnstown Mrs.' Ella Yoder Of Cleveland, niversary. pient of a Miss Audrey was the reci- number of beautiful and useful gifts. After a pleasant social evening spent in games, etc., a delt- clous lunoheon was served by the hostess. Those present were Misses Edna Gottshall, Elsie Eaper, Ethel Lyddick, Helen Prough, Verna Chamberlain, Orpha Wilson, Elsie Gottshall and Audrey Holt, Mr. and Mrs. John Gottshall, Mr. and Mrs. George Green and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holt and tton Othnell. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Snyder announce the birth of a fine baby girl at the home of Mrs. Snyder'a parents Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Fasick on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Snyder was before her marriage, Miss Erma Fasick Both mother and baby are getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rosskoff and daughter Rosalie, formerly of the Terrace but now of Blairsville, were week-end visitors at the home of Miss Ethel Lyddick. ttr. and Mrs,. Stipe and family who CLAYSBURG Claysburg charge Methodist church, L. B. Barton, pastor. Claysburg—Church school at 9.30. Preaching at 10.30. A sermon will be preached to the I. O. O. F. and Re- >ekah lodge. Special music. McKee—C h u r c h school at 9.30. Preaching at 6.30. Sproul — Church school at 9.80. Preaching at 8. Reformed, Rev. Oliver H. Sensenig, pastor—Church service at 9.30 a. m. Sunday school at 10.30 a. m. The community choirs of Osterburg and vicinity — twenty-one voices — leadership, Ross Slonaker will sing "The Man of Sorrows" at 7.80 p. m. • Greenfield Reformed—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Church school at 10.45 a. m. Church of the Brethren, Charles L. ox, pastor—Church school at 9.80. Preaching at 10.30, subject, VGlowing Hearts and Willing Feet." In the evening at 7.30 the pastor will begin a week's special service ending with communion on Sunday evening, May 11 at 7, The following subjects will be used during the week. "Pentecost and Personal Power, Inexhaustible Resources, Soul-winning Responsibility, Taking Inventory, Troubled Waters, Sins and Signs of the Times, New Testament Means of Grace, In Remembrance of Him." Service each evening at 7.45 preceded by a fifteen minute song service la which all are Invited to take part. and . O., were visiting their relatives Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Relnlnger of Chestnut street. Mr. and Mrs; Harry Stufft went to visit Mrs. Sewell • HarbaUgh, Mrs. Stufft's sister, who is a patient at the Tlmmins hospital in Bedford. Charles Miller of Johnstown spent several days this week in town and was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bisel. \Bayford Shaulls of Johnstown visit- eff his parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shaulls on Monday. Russel and Howard Mlckly of Johnstown were spending some time in town on Wednesday, when they returned Ealy Ouster accompalned them and •will make his home with .the former Mr. Mlckle and wife, William Blackburn of Ryot spent some time jn town on Wednesday. Harvey Kline and, Mr. Manges of Scalp Level were entertained at the. home of H. I. Taylor recently. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Salkield and daughters Margaret and Violet of Dunlow motored here and spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stufft. Miss Hattle Stufft, who had been ill for many months has regained her health and returned from Dunlow and will make her home withilDr. and Mrs. H. I. Shoenthal. Methodist, Rev. W. L. Phillips, pastor— Sunday school at 9.30, S. H. Mickle, superintendent. United Brethren, Rev. Gertrude Mitchell, pastor— Sunday school at 9.30, E. G. Lohr, superintendent; Christian Endeavoc, at 6.30; worship with sermon by the pastor, 7.30; Junior Christian Endeavor on Wednesday afternoon at 4.30. Prayer service Wednesday evening, 7.30. Ryot preaching service, 10.45. Stone, church sermon by the pastor at 2.30 in afternoon. Evangelical, Rev. T. O. Fuss, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30, W. A. Stultz, superintendent; worship with sermon by pastor, 10.45. Bible study Tuesday evening. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Pine Grove preaching service at 2.30. Stones Hollow sermon by the pastor, 7.30 In the evening. Reformed, Rev. J. Earl Dobbs, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30, A. J. Crlss- Ons of tfie dutsUttfifif *Wflt« of the yet* for fit, JoWl* fufdffett church Will be «eno6l Wed- This event J« &el»§ HUtnned by the various 4omtiiitf««t ift charge. It is ttifc in*! «pi*od« fa tM« two- month (Soldi 1 atUWaiift* <s»nt«ft be- twcefl tha'Ultte* uiide* th* leadership of Mr. Fred Mlftgins andf tU« Red* nfl- der the leadership qf 'Ift*. Irvln Goch- nmir. Th* flnai t UttM *a* . so close that the Outcbfft* wm* tttW'aj* tt doubt. The careful checkup of ttw comailttee showed that the. flue* Won. They will therefore be tli* gtrest* <rf the fteds'on Wednesday eveaitigr, .May t, at the banquet. • The fflembeM of the church school are urged i to attend and so notify their church school teachers on Sunday. ' . , •'•»•„• Martinsburg c.har« of the R«f,onn- ed church, Y- Steinberg, JniJJt»teti Salem-Beavertow» -• ».30, clwreh worship) 'lO- 30 - Church school, Ar I. Pouse, superintendent. <• St. John's — Martinsburg ^ 9.80, Church school, C. BonfebreaK, auftef- Intendent; 11, church worship. There will be no afternoon or> evening service!* in the isharge UBUr the reaching se*v CAST FREEDOM The Cetrtral g**ftj»e* *fHt school* concwaM ,*«*'--.--• term* of eight month* tetool «t day. Th« pflfftifX «e*»e" ——"• Mis* Sana J«ft« B«frton day. The pupil* ftl an rooms a picnic dinnet. Frank fjibert tM family of AltMft* were entertained Sunday at the |»otne of Miss Alice Dlehl. Jack Whitman and faihiljr i«ft on Thursday " " Indiana, Pa., where they were called to see Mrs. Wf!tt«n*n's on Sunday month of October. All Ices will be cbnducte_ .__ mornings. Monday, May 5, 7»80 meeting of Safem consistory. Tt May 6, 8 p. m., St. John'* consistory at the parsonage. Tuesday, Meeting of Ladies' Aid at 7.30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. J. tt. Haflley* The Brethren church, Martinsburg and McKee: McKee—Sunday School, 9.30: morning service, 10.80; hiessage by . the evangelist, subject, , "God'Marked Men." Evening service, 7.30. .Subject, "The Unanswerable Argument For Christianity." Monday evening, "Who's Dead in Tour House." Tuesday evening, "Masquerading." Wednesday evening, "Creeping Things With Wings." Thursday evening, "A Diagnosis, the Disease, the' Remedy." Friday.evening, "The Greatest Sentence .evening, . <Bver Written." Saturday What It Costa Not to Be a Service each evening at Christian." 7.30. Martmsburg—Sunday school, 9.30; Christian Endeavor, 6.30. Jamea S. Cook, pastor. Presbyterian, Julian Park, pastor- Preaching at 10.30 by the pastor, Home UU 12th Ave, Ofedlt l father, who Is very HI. Mr. and MM. Roy Weyandt aftd children Meivln and Marie spent gatnrday in HarrlSbUrg. Mr. and MM. Thad B. Ungenfetter . . . and Mr. and. Mrs. W. O. EHekey and daughter Helen Louise Of Altoort* spent Monday evening with relatives in town. D. Ray Cam and family .Of Altoona were Sunday the C. W, Benton home. Mr. and Mrs. Walte* George Stroup motored to Altoona on Sunday afternoon and visited at the home of Mr. and MM. Joe Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Weyandt visited Sunday afternoon With the tatter's sister MM. Mac Rltchey, in vllle. Mr. and Mrs. John CHnetnyer of Lilly, Mr. and Mrs. John Moses of Newry. MM. Helen Martin and baby of Duncansville and Mr. and Mrs Herman Metzgar of Hollldaysburg visited Sunday at the home of Roy Metzgar. Subject, Spirit. The Fourfold Symbols of 'the Sunday school at 9.30, G. W. No mid-week Dent, superintendent. prayer meeting. Church of the Brethren: . Martinsburg — Church school, 9.30 ; BEDFORD Molhorn, pastor— Preaching 7.30 by the pastor. Morni Trinity Lutheran, Rev. George I. at 11 and . ng subject, The Chur6h That Ought to Be." Evening subject, "What la Man?" Sunday school, 9.45;. Lusher league, 6.30. Special music. All we]c6me. St John's Reformed, Rev. G. Albert Eyler, D. D., pastor— Preaching at 11 by Rev. B. A. G. Herman. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; 7.30 p. m., Sunday, young people's meeting with Tom Hershberger and Ben Shoemaker speaking and Sheeley, leader. Presbyterian, Rev. R. S. Caldwell, pastor— Preaching at 11; Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Junior Christian Endeavor service .at 6.45. r _ •' Methodist, Rev. George A, Duyall, pastor— Preaching at 11 and 7.30 by the pastor. Morning subject, "Take Time to Be Holy." Evening, a trio of first century church members. Sunday school, 9.45 a. m. ; Junior league, 2.30; Epworth league, 6.30. St. Thomas Catholic, Rev. C. 'Lo- NEW ENTERPRISE A birthday surprise was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bea,ch on Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Beach's birthday. A ' chicken and noodle supper was the main feature of the evening. After spending a pleasant evening, all joined in wishing Mrs, birthdays. Beach Those many mpre happy present .were Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Beach and family of Woodbury, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beach and children Maurlne, Virginia and Paul of Waterside, Mr. and Mra. Leroy Stotler and daughter Margaret of Loysburg, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Baker and children John Dale and Pearl and Mr. and Mrs, Howard Beach and children Glenn, Kenneth, Ruth and Betty of Texas Corner, Mr. and •Mrs. F. R. King and son Corliss and Mr. James Beach and daughter Miss Lottie and Irvin Furry of this place. The semi-annual communion service of the Church of the Brethren will be held at this place Sunday evening, May 4. man, superintendent extended to all. A welcome is have been residing at 1808 Logun Avenue have removed to Eldorado where they will make their future home. Misses Jane McGirk and Clara Miller have returned to their home after spending a few days visiting in Washington, D. C. They traveled, with the Girls League of the Altoona High School, and report having had a splendid time. Mrs. Anna Kelley of 200 C tilde i- street was hostess to the J. B. H. club on Tuesday evening. The evening was quickly and pleasantly passed at PLEASANTVALLEY Miss Leone Miller of Middleburg visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ferguson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dreese and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Dreese, also of Middleburg, and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bothel of Leechburg, Pa., were callers at the Ferguson homo on Sunday afternoon. The Ladles' Aid society of the Jaggard Methodist church are arranging for a baked ham supper on May 16. These suppers are always noted for 'getting your money's worth." Plans are being made for a mother and daughter banquet to be held in the Jaggard Methodist church Friday evening, May 9. All the mothers of the church are to be entertained and there is promise of having a most interesting time. Services at the Jaggard Memorial Methodist church—Sunday school at 9.45, R. R. Caraher, superintendent. Wornlng worship at 11 by Rev. H, W. Glassco and at 7.30 by Rev. B. F. Shue, Prayer service, Tuesday at 7.30. Grace United Brethren in Christ church, Rev. W. G. Hawk, pastor- Worship, with sermons at 10.45 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Dr. Warren S. Wilson of Johnstown, superintendent of the Allegheny conference, wiU be speaker morning and evening, marking the fourth anniversary of the congregation's organization. Dr. Wilson will deliver an anniversary message at the morning service. At the evening service Dr. Wilson will apeak, and the classes and departments of the church will formally present their money for the Indebtedness of the church in play- lets and various other devices. It is expected that tomorrow will be a red letter day in the church. Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Remember the contest with Bellwood and bring new members. All money barrels and envelopes fpr the mile of pennies, etc., are to be brought to the Sunday school without fail. The new orchestra will play at the Sunday school session. The last quarterly conference on the year will be held for. Grace United Brethren church Sunday at 2 p. m. Every officer Is urged to be present with written reports. cards, after which a delicious luncheon | ship a.t 10.45. EVERETT Everett-Yellow Creek charge, Rev. J. Edwin Scheetz, pastor. Yellow Creek—Worship at 9.30 a. m. Sunday school at 10.30 a. m., George S. Gorsuch, superintendent. Loysburg—Sunday school at 9.30 a. m.. Ira Detwller, superintendent. Wor- was served by the hostess. Mrs. Ruby Hazzard of 830 Seventeenth street will ontortain the club next Tuestlay evening, Everett—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m., R. H. Kay, superintendent. Worship at 7.30 p. w. All are welcome at our ucrvicti. gan McKinney, pastor^-Slinday school, 9 a. m. Low mass 8, High mass 10.30; rosary and benediction, 7.30. The Bedford County Boy Scout court of honor, held at Everett on Friday, April 25, was the , most successful meeting of the kind ever held in the county. More than 100 Scouts assembled in the Hverett High school to receive awairds. Practically, every troop and 'every town in the county was represented, The room was crowded so that extra chairs had to bo secured. The meeting was, in charge of the county court of honor chairman, Prof. C. B. Shappell, who opened the meeting .by asking Scout James, Harvllle to lead the group in the Scout law. The tenderfoot in- ventlture ceremony was put oh by the new Scouts, led by', James Harville and John Lehman, both of Everett. Mr. Shappell then awarded the second class, first class and merit badges, and the badges of star and life rank. Scout James Hawkins, of Everett, received the free week at Camp Shaffer for outstanding service during the "Trial to Citizenship." ,Prof. William Hell and Rev. McKelvey gave short addresses concerning habits and train- Ing. The meeting was closed with' the Scout benediction in Indian sign language. The following tenderfoot awards were given: Bedford, Charles Pensyl, Meredith Beegle, Greg Shonter, Daniel Wertz, James Lohmun; Everett, Rosooe Reed and George England, Rtddlesburg ; Charles Weaver; Sa,xton, Neal Lloyd, Joseph Ross, Robert Weaverllng, Raymond Anderson and Eugene Zlch ; second class awards: Everett, William Bengough, Thaddeus Shaffer, Walter Deflbaugh, Robert Breunlng, Jack Fisher, Rutherford Williams, Newton Ritchey, Robert Rtjchey, Paul England, Harold Gilbert and John Lehman; Hopewell, Lee Rlghtnour, Russell Eichelberger, Emil Eichelberger, Allan Smith,; James Simon and William Campbell; first class awards, Donald Kaiser, Robert Reed, Paul Shaffer, Woodn^r Guyton, all of Everett; merit badge awards, Howard Coleman, James Hawkins, Robert Reed, James Harville, Vincent McKelvey, Paul Shaffer, Newton Rltchey, Thomas Pennell, Robert Ritchey, William Snyder, James Laughlin and Paul Felten; Star Scout award to William Snyder, of Everett, and the life Scout to James Harville, also of Everett. Miss Mary Kund, who has been in Philadelphia for the past two months, returned to her home on South Juliana street, Thursday evening. Miss Mary Louise McLaughlin is spending the week end in Pittsburgh with friends. Paul Wadaworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wadsworth of West Penn street is making the trip to Europe and return on th*e Leviathan, sailing from New York last Saturday morn- Ing. He is acting' as a representative of the Bell Telephone laboratories, for whom he has recently been installing on the Leviathan, the new ship tp shore telephone system, whereby anyone on the ship can converse with anyone they desire. The Bedford orchestra played at the Greenville auditorium at McCounells- burg, Wednesday evening for the benefit of that community. The member* of the orchestra from Bedford who helped to celebrate the occaslor KLAHR Linnio, Susan and Margaret Claar spent Friday With Mrs. Clarence Claar In Altoona. • . Edward Weyaht of Altoona spent Friday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Tine • Weyant.' Blair Feathers and Chance Black Spent Sunday forenoon with the former's .-brother - C. H. Feathers, near Osterburg; Mrs. Howard Musselman and eons John, Walter and Silas of Claysbutg spent the -w.eek-end with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Musselman. Mammie Musselman of Roaring Spring spent Sunday at the same home. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Walter and son Gene, . and Mrs. ; Susan Lingenfelter spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fike 'and daughter Lois of Pittsburgh spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrq. John Black, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Walter and Ralph Black spent Sunday at the same home. " Mrs. Lloyd Walter and Mrs. Samuel Helsel spent' Sunday with Silas and Grace Claar. • i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Claar and Kathryn Colebaugh spent the weekend with .Calvin Adams and family and Mrs. Clara Knisley and family at Johnstown. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Claar and son Orville,' and daughters Marie, Gertrude, Edith and Marlon of near Bast Freedom spent Sunday afternoon at the homes of Abram Feathers and Lawrence Madasle. Dorothy and Pearl Claar, Grace Black and Josephine Musselman spent Sunday with their friend Daisy Claar. Iva Claycomb, Dorothy Shoemaker and Walter Davis spent Saturday night at the same home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Claar and daughters Grace and Alverta, of Roaring Spring, and Mr, and Mrs. Irvln Claar and children Grant, Homer, Laura and Jean of Sproul spent Sunday with Mr. ahd Mrs. Fred Claar. Mr. and Mrs. William Black of Eldorado, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Black and Chester Black of Lakemont, Mrs. Blair Weyant and son ,Lloyd of Sproul, Margaret Smith of Ryot, Robert and Kenneth Black and Mrs. Ellen Black spent Sunday with the latter's son- in-law and daughter Mr. and-^Mrs. preaching, 10.30 and 7.30; Junior B. Y. P. D. and Christian Workers, ,6.45. Clover Creek — Church school, 9.30; preaching, 10.30; B. Y.' P. D., T. - ' Cross Roads— Church school, 9.30; preaching, 10.30; missionary meeting, 7.30. \ Charles O. Beery, pastor. Smlthfleld Church of the Brethren, G. S. Batzel, pastor— Preaching at 10.45 by the pastor. Subject, "The Soul and Its Value." Sunday school, 9.45; Christian. Endeavdr, 7.15. Methodist church, Victor B. Hann, pastor : Martinsburg — Sunday school, 9.30, A. E. Martz, superintendent. Sermon local I. O. O. F. lodge, 10.30; Epworth league, 6.30. Spe6ial Mother's, day program, 7.30, address' by Esther I. Williams, secretary Hollidaysburg Y. W. C. A.. Woodbury — Sunday school, • 9.30, Samuel Over, superintendent. Loysburg— Sunday school, fl.30, William Mowry, superintendent. .}. Yellow Creek — Sunday school, ilO, William 'Benner, superintendent. Thanks. St. Matthew's Lutheran, Rev. D. L. Shaffer, pastor— Preaching at 10.45 and 7.30 by the pastor. Morning subject, "The Good Shepherd." Evening subject, "Rich 'In Grace." -Sunday school, 9.30. Mid-week service Wednesday at JUNIATA GAP fflthel Hunter Has returned home after spending a pleasant visit with relatives in Detroit, Mich., and Canada. MM; C. A. Cogan is spending a week with friends in Philadelphia. J. W. Behers is confined to his home by illness. Mr.' and Mrs. J. F. Foutz and son Frank has returned home after spend ing the winter months at St. PeteM- burg, Fla, The following are the pupils of thi Logan school who have attended ev ery day! Luther Hunter, Manning Thompson, Dale Boyles, John Defl baugh, James Gates, Vernon Gibson Grant Gray, Ralph Shannon, Alber Skelly, Eugene Thompson, Roj Thompson, Donald Aurandt, Donald Deflbaugh, Robert Jaggard, Kesle Maurer, Robert Smith, Amos Schultz Virginia Boyles, Luella Deflbaugh Betty Flgart, Betty Horton, Alma Gates, Elois Shannon, Betty Geann Erhard, Mary Josephine Ammerman Charlotte i Craw, Mona ' Thompson Clara Foust; Anna Mary Keyes, Mrs Charlotte Adams, teacher. •, Mardorf Methodist—Sunday schoo at 10; Epworth league at 6.30; evening worship at 7.30, conducted bj the pastor, Rev. C. W. Karns. Wed nesday the Ladies' Aid society will TAeFROMAR ABSOPURE ELECTRIC 1716 12th Are. Altoon, Phone S-UW Lafferty Funeral Hom< sara BBOAD Phone tTK Royal Electric Cletmer* Will Uchten yonr hou»eol«l»-. Ing worries. Let na demonstrate. J. E. HEAPS ELECTRIC CO. 1004 Chest Ave. fbono S-Ot* SOUTH ALTOONA Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sutton and children of Johpstown "were first- part of the week Visitors at the home of Mr. and MM, Sutton at 428 Fortieth street. You are invited to the Sunday services which will ba observed at the South Altoona Baptist mission on Fortieth street, between Third and Fourth avenues, tomorrow: Sunday school, a class for "every one,.'Rev. Russell G. Jones, tendent, at 2.30. acting superln- ,Rev. Carey 'S. were Mr. Ethel Koontz, Howard Mrs. Sam Koontz t Thomas will be in charge of these services. This will be Rev. Thomas' last sermon at the local mission prior to his going to the 'Holy Lands. He will return in the early autumn. Junior and Intermediate B. Y. T. U. at 6.30; special singing by the young people's choir and,the sermon will be delivered by an' out-of-town speaker at 7.30. Mid-week services will be held by Rev. Russell G. Jones on Thursday evening at 7.45',o'clock. Mrs. Earle Smith of 4038 Fifth ave. nue, "who has been a patient at Altoona hospital for the past Several days', is home where her condition is reported much better. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green of 3618 Fifth avenue have returned after spending several days in Coatesvllle. Rev. G. R. Alban invites you to the services at the Schum Memorial United Brethren church at'4226 Broad avenue tomorrow: Sunday school at 9.30. Morning worship at 10.45. Evangelistic services at 6.30. Evening worship at 7.30. Evangelistic services and Bible 'study will be held by the-pastor Wednesday evening at 7.30. John Boyer at Orbisonla. There were nineteen chickens stolen from Mrs. Katie Knisley on Monday night, Mrs. Austin Claar spent Tuesday with her sister Mrs. Burton Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Musselman and sons Ross Musselman and and Paul, Mrs. Maggie Mrs. George Claar visited Mrs. Maria Musselman at the home of her son Ira Mussulman at Lafayetteville. Mrs. Musselman is critically ifl. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Claar and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Musselman and son Palmer, and daughter Beatrice spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Claar. Adam Colebaugh, who has been numbered among the sick for several years, is not improved. He has not walked a step for a year and a half. There will be no church services in Lower Klahr Church of the Brethren on Sunday because of the papering and painting inside the house. Sunday school in the Upper Claar church on Sunday at 9.30. Preaching at 10.30 by Rev. Taylor Dlvely. PHILIPSBURG ST. CLAIRSVILLE Mrs. Harold Lucas of Tyrone, a patient at McGirk's sanitarium here for a brief period has returned to her home very much improved. Edward Pate, Norman Blackburn. Harry Zlmmera, Walter D. Wolfe,, and Paul Koontz. ^ The regular meeting of the Pwent- Teacher association will be held in the Junior High auditorium on Monday evening, May 5 at 7.45 o'clock. All members are requested to be present as the election of officers is to be held. The following program will be given: Music and the Pater by the audience; the election of delegates to the State Parent-Teacher association convention, closing with an address by the president. The Junior High will give a minstrel snow. Everybody ia inyUed, William Ickes of Altoona was a guest on Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Ake. Mrs. Amanda Bowser returned home after spending a .few weeks with her sister Mrs. Etta Berkheimer of Hollidaysburg. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gelsler, Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Bender and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Flckes and son Billy were guests on Sunday of Mr. and "Mrs. Ralph Fetter of Johnstown. Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Shroyer and Miss Charlotte Maurath were Altoona visitors Saturday. Mra. Ellen Fetter of Altoona Is a guest this week of her sister Mrs. Albert Reighard. Mr. and Mrs. Rallo Bender and sons Blair and Dick., were Bedford visitors on Saturday. Miss Charjotte Maurath closed a very successful term of school here on Wednesday. Mrs. Sara Hull of Osterburg visited on Saturday at the home of Mrs. Amanda Bowser. Mrs. Rebecca Ake and daughter Miss Ada visited relatives In Altoona Wednesday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lynn of Altoona called on relatives of this place on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. McCall Hochard and daughter Pauline of East Freedom spent Sunday with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mowery. A fine baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roudabush on Thursday morning. CASANAVE'S Established 50 Years Leather Traveling*Good* Trunks—Umbrejiai 1213 ELEVENTH STREET Opposite 1'ostottice . Again, Monday, We Offer "Wonderful Values Perhaps your 'floors need a new coat of varnish—furniture needs tp be brightened up! a bifcl5J.jk e _S^S2F.^ """" h'ome might^need. new paint—this is a sple£did~time f care of ^ these tnings, now, especially daring th« Month Sales when prices are ab low. .* House Paint, gallon Our best quality House Pairit-r-the kind, that wears'and covers. Colors and white. Specially priced for the sale. Gallon Quarts, S9c $3 Value Water-Proof Varnish Half Gallon Masga Brand Varnish for long wear. Hard drying and durable for floors and woodwork. Regularly $2.10. Quart$, 79c Flat Wall Paint, gallon Washable, durable Flat Wall Paint that dries with a velvety sheen. White and colors. Half Gallon, $1.19 $3 Value Porch, Floor Paint Quart Can Another fine quality paint. Waterproof. Will not show wear. Your choice °f colors. Special for Gable Month Sales. Regularly $1.10 Linocrex Special, quart Linocrex preserves the linoleum. It brings up the original pattern, too.' Makes cleaning easier. Dries in a few hours. $1.30 regularly. * \ 4-Hour Enamel For furniture and woodwork of all kinds. 22 colors. 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