Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1930 · Page 15
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 15

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, May &.-««dfdrd iamMttto<iei8$»t wii) June program: overture;*" ,* rlef,' diocese tit Atjf*r« ( X and wtis tflfe*ted i « Dec.' if, 1W. 4$ thi ,tv wMen , (,» Hafo'ld Betinett . tte6rg« I, Method Beefclllet dtfenford Address... ; * • ^J?*.! 01 J?"r h l Glrl«» Gttc «tubV "iteapoiiUin Jfi Valedictory ot honors...... n of diplomas, erf-Zattieenik -Bess E). K. Robb J. Banks Hudson Benediction... Rev. George 1. Melhorn Recessional. "The Stein Song,'.' ".•••' '. . University of Maine / Class flower, American ;B<;auty rose; i clafca colors', crimson and white. • 'data officers—president, Andrew Elliott! treasurer, Bess Bitlman; vice president. Brands Beemillcr; secretary, Josephine Smith. . ' , "rh» r following are the students who will graduate from the Bedford High school Wednesday, evening: Academic-fs-Francia C. Beemlller, Bess B. Blllman, Anna Margaret Brtee, Luclnda M. Bullington, Marcella Burl kett, Mary ^Elizabeth ' Carnell, : ^o- ph)ne Leroy Cessna, Gertrude B«r- iralle, Ceta Elizabeth Corle, Lawrence W. Dibert, Dorothy C. Diehl, Irmft Catherine Dlehl, Andrew D> Elliott, Frank Jordan Gates,, William' G. .Greenleaf, 'ttuth R^ HooVer, Josephine M. imler, Margaret Ozena Irvine, Madora Beatty McLaughlin,, Sara Mador* McLaughlln, John N.evin Shaffer,' Katherine D. Shuck, Mary M. Shuck, Eylyn L. West, Robert AlllsOn White. ,. General—Kenneth J. Arnold, A. A. Benna, Rachel Cessna, R. CarlFishef, Elizabeth A. Leonard, Charles B..MC- Laughlln, Susan M. May, Mary A. Miller, Merle Eugene Miller, H. Claude Mowry, Mi Evelyn Slick. / * Commeiicial—May Freda CplebaUgtf RutH ; Virginia Corle, Roberta <Tane Crouse^.Edna V. McVicker, Margaret Ruth Mervine, Dorothy Vernilda -Per- rln, !'Arfnes Borromeb Shbntere, Josephine" Smith, Marie Wonders. Sunday, 'June 1, the Senior class will have IH. baccalaureate services in the Presbyterian' chufch, the sermon to bo deli«red y by the pastor, Rev. R. S. Caldwell. The church will be decorated in the senloi; class colors, crimson and white, and the class flower, the American Beauty rose. The senior, class will have its class party at the Ai'andale hotel, June 3, at 8 .o'clock. Th* first graduation exercises held ill Bedford county for a high school were conducted In the local schools in 188e.'\''The members of this first graduating class were Margaret Mentz- ger, Elizabeth Metzger, Stella Mann and Frank Shires. Hon. John H. Reynolds, the president of the board, at that time, made' the first commencement address. The clauses now ••number around fifty students who a're fitted to take their places in the com- jnunity, or .continue their, education at yftrlous colleges,and universities. : ' f - ..JfcGa STAIN. ' Apply icold water to egg -stains 48 a fint aid.' If treated af once, this usually removes them from moat fabrics. . ' , :, •' . •;;;.' \ • M He ranked Among-the cardinal priest*. lite •pile »in«avv DDiniw eatWedJftl, h2 Stayed «V« when th* ceflftper carrying with it the heavy oHd wtf wh*n v bardmtm at fll* head. _____ M-ft rtiOv* to -reconstruct the ruined Cathedral, otte of the moat beautiful in Ffance. Many Americans tofitflBttted. The cardinal became' archbishop of Rheirrts In the French cardinals". and w*s the dean of " :"' COMtMifT BE »O MftBT 4, Chairman Wlltla'm ", Hi Ott of the Blair county* Republican committee pas sent notices to the newly elected members .of the committee that a meeting Will be held in the auditorium, of jthe. Hollldayaburg ; .f; M. C. 'A.; Saturday afteinoon at 2.30 O'clock, for the purpose Of reorganizing! A chairman, vice chalrWah and four secretaries will be named. , , x ' . AGENTS WI|A ME**. -. The, •Weekly meeting Of 0»e, Blair county Aesociatloft of Fire A Casualty Ageh|« will be held *t the Penn-Alto Hotef ,on Thursday,,May 29, at J2.15 noon. : r A good attendance is requested. Meleh jft«piogt«; viollK^ and plant) Mr*, fhompaort and i Mr»rtt. d. fcett the farent^achei* »HO«, W«» pf««eh^ and ftuve to in. ter««fln» history of the iPartnt- T^tcher association; tit. Khlare ot the jUtoofta A Logan Valley Electric Railway company, axJdree*t'd th* &»' B«Wbly. using aa a basis ot his remarks, "Safety.'' life. T. U Ma»*hi p)-«»ld*d over the business session duHng which the following officers were elected: President, ftf». Ztallafn; vice president, Professor Byron McDowell; secretary, Mrs. C. W. Moffltt; treasurer, Harry Piper; pianist, Mrs. Charles Reese. Whts room* taught by Misses Anlce' Wood and Angellne'Qelst were tie for the attendance fern, 'each, of these rooms having the same number of parents present. . The /meeting was the ,-las't for this term, This has been a rnost successful year for the Noble association, ajid the meetings will open in September with the. new officers >in charge and with renewed determination , and vigor to .make the next year th* best yet. s •-' QUALITY J-UhNlTURE CO. MY fltb Ave. Dlar*-88S6 "Jus* « r Little Out M the Way, •>.ttiil. Less r to '>ay" v J NewSGhic FELT3 CREPES STRAWS TAFFETAS Featuring all new summer shades in large and small headsizes. ,.'.',. . 1309 Ekventh Avenue Gifts Will Be Given This Saturday Evening at 7 O'clock on Second Floor of This Store 'ihla generous Gift Giving Offer, with its 35 or more gifts to be given absolutely Free, will dlose Saturday evening, May 31st, at 7 P. M. Everybody welcome to attend the awarding of these gifts which will take place on the W. S. Aaron second floor . . . Remember Just two days left yet for you to pay an additional pay- mpnt on your account or to make a purchase to receive more opportunity to participate In this extraordinary event. 4 Why Bother With That- old, leaky, worn, .out ice box, why not trade It in on a new Sbineyv Quroey. the box with, cork insulation and porcelain Interior, all steel construction and finished in many attractive color*. Inexpensive from the atart! See it today 1 W. S. Aaron 1429 Twelfth Avenue €3! 1/i.e. _2,!i., '-'-• * - ^ihvr^ . JKr.A*. .i.^Jtt&hA.jJ .___ We Close Memorial Day! Iti retbgrtition of our obligation to those, who have sacrificed their Ihrts irt deferwi of our liberty through past generations, we close our stof e» OB Memof ial Day, that we and our clerks way unite with our fellow citizens. in .observation of this day, set apart by our government for rever- • ICtHTID ft i . . , . , We trus^t that ottr customefs will aid us by giving us thetr orders as early as possible on Thursday morning for their needs until Saturday. i ^••••I^'»»»IIB»-^I» •»••'—»_-^^—_ T!~,:Zrrr___^—— ^^^^M-^^^n^i^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^mi^f^^^^^f^t^mffttammmiiifmmimamitmHHi ALS FOR THURSDAY AND SATURDAYS This little ring keeps the .broom straight and in place. Each one is a fully guaranteed product, light, elastic straw and « a s y sweepers. 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