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NEWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING TOWNs] HOLLIDAYSBURG At a meeting of the students of room i 207 of the Hollidaysburg High school building held on Friday, the following officers were elected: President, Claire Brubaker; vice president, Betty Clifford; secretary-treasurer, Glen Harpster. On Thursday of last week room H08- of tho Junior High school held a meeting to elect officers for the Ursl semester. The following were elected: President, Philip Dibtrt; vice president, William Oakes; secretary-treasurer, Phylls Taylor; reporter, Clyde Wagner. James Hunter acted as chairman of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Moore and daughter Artne, and son Charles, jr., of Pittsburgh came to Hollldiiysliura on Sunday and will spend a week lit the country homo of Mr. Moore's father Thomas H. Moore, in Scotch valley. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenneth Hllnman of 515 Mulberry street delightfully entertained guests at a Hallowe'en parly at tho .Hlloman farm In Scotch vnllcy on Saturday evening. Sevrnty-llve quests participated In tho pleasures, nil of whom were attired In costumes, some of which were very beautiful n.nd others grotesque. One of the cmt- Rtandlng pleasures of thn evening wns tho revival of the old-time square dances which proved very populiir. The pleasures of the evening were brought to a lilting climax by the serving of a delicious luncheon at mkl- nlghl. The members of the public spanking class of the senior class of the Hollidaysburg High school are rehearsing n new piny entitled, "Miss Every Senior," which will be presented In the near fuliirc. This unique play will pbrtray what a senior's numurou.H duties are and will also show what the teachers require of a senior and how a senior accomplishes these requirements. The play will be presented under tho supervision of Miss Marlon V. .fohnnon, Instructor of English and dramatic art In the high school. The members of the Senior High school were delightfully nnlertalned on Thursday at the chapel services by John Miller, a trombonist who gave a highly entertaining program. His program of a classical character was much appreciated by the student body. . In addition Mr. Miller Imitated a boy of ten yearn, who had taken trombone lessons for two months, and hud been asked lo play before hln Sunday school class. This Imitation wan highly amusing. He also demonstrated to the students how a trombone player Is able lo hold his breath for BO long a time. The attraction at Dysart park on Armistice day will be a game of football In the afternoon. The HollldayB- burg High school team will play tho Tyrone High school team, the game to be called at 2.30. The banket of beautiful yellow chrysanthemums which adornetj tha pulpit In the main auditorium (f! the First Presbyterian church last Sunday was the gift of Mrs. George W. Butt of Altoona, leader of the church choir. The flowers were prnmsnted by Mm. Bott In memory of her mother, the lato Mrs. Harrlettu Hare of Altoona. A bazaar and cafeteria will be held at the Presbyterian home, liliO Newry street, on Thursday, Nov. 7, from 11.30 a. m. to 3 p. m. This IM a benefit HO- c.lal for the Presbyterian home and Is the first affair of this kind held at tho home. The public IH invited to attend ' A, most excellent menu will be served Sale—New large egg shape coal ova. Inquire 527 Garbar street. f. • Adv. 'For service, mitlufnctlon and saving on glaiiei, ie« Dr. W. O. Tlmmnn, Fay Bldg., oppodte Court Iloune. Adv. I''or Tired Viioimy Krai— Sien-Tifflck Health Shoes For Woman Built-in Arch Supports, Combination Lasts, "AA" to "D" widths. No foot too hard to lit. LASSER'S S H O n S T O 1115 JIollliluyHburK, I'll. W. L. Douglass •nd Nunn-Bush SHOES VOn MEN LASSER'S 8 HOE STORE Hollliluyfibiirg, I'u. LYRIC "THE UIRI. IN THK OLASN CAGE," with Lorettn Yuuiiff uuil Carroll Nye. Comedy "I)ii»trr of Spooks." Open II I'. M. Under the auspices of the Women's guild of the First Presbyterian church the annual Christmas bazaar and bake sale will be held In the entertainment i-oom of the church early In December, the diiln to bo announced later. Members are nuked to bear this fact In mind and get their contributions ready or the bazaar. One of the outstanding features of .ho chapel services In the High school auditorium on Friday morning was t)ie enlor assembly chorus singing. , A number of popular songs were flashed in the screen, which the students en- hUHlastally sung. The members of the Boy Scout club )f thn Hollltlayaburg High school l.'.ked .o Chimney Rocks on Friday evening vhero they participated In a wiener roa.it and marBhmallow toast. A camp Ire was kindled and the wieners and narnhmallows were toasted to tho luccn's taste. A line menu was perved, ind outdoor games were enjoyed. Thirty boys enjoyed this outing. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bouslaugh of 11 JOIIPH street mutored to Mlddle- nirg on Sundny where they visited the attet's mother, Mrs. Agnes B. Culp, vho IH III at the home of her coucln, i-H. J. H. Oreesn. On Friday afternoon, Nov. 1, Mls.s Ssther I. Williams took four girls, Iclen Tjoulfle Tussey, Margaret and Sthnl Brubakor, and Eleanor Blake to illamsburg to assist In the entcr- .alriment for a Hallowe'en party given 'or the children In the home from the age of ten to sixteen. They led them n games and stunts and later dellcl- OUH refreshments were served. The regular meeting of the ladies of the G. A. R. will be held on Thursday night. A full attendance Is desired on iceount of the Inspector, Mrs. Irene Tate being present. The 4-H club held their annual Hal- owe'en party in the Y. W, C. A. recreational room last Friday afternoon. About forty girls were present and nil came In costumes and masked. The recreational room was decorated n orange and black crepe paper streamers and two huge ghosts decorated the corners. Games were played and prizes given to the girl with the orettfest costume and the girl with the ugliest. A light supper was served at 3 o'clock and every one had. a good lively time. The first meeting of the inter club counsel of the Y. W. C. A. was held on Sunday afternoon. The four officers of each club and two other representatives of each club, with the advisors, make up the members of the Inter club counsel. Meeting began with devotions followed by the planning of a program for the clubs for November. Later, tea and sandwiches were served. The annual- collection of garments of the Hollidaysburg branch of the Needlework guild will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 20, In the Young Women's Christian Association parlors. All members arn nuked to send their garments to the director as soon as possible. A line' contribution Is anticipated. The last session of the Presbyterian school of minHioiiS will be held on Sun- clay evening, Nov. 10, at 7 o'clock, In the First PreHbyterlan church. The popular meeting following the study classes will be held In the auditorium at 7.45 o'clock. The speaker of the eVeuIng will be Mrs. C. T. Kwing who will «huw a ilnu collection of pictures of tho Holy Land. An Importatnt meeting of the Worn an's Home and Foreign Missionary society of tho ZIon Lutheran church will be held on Thursday afternoon a! 2 o'clock In tho Parish Home, Mrs. S. Walters will preside and will be assisted by Mrs. A. C. Sorrlck. Tho Patriotic Order of American's Camp 288, will hold its regular lodgu meeting on Friday evening, November 8 at 7 o'clock, Mi the lodge hall, In tha Walsh block. On account of the Dun- cunsvlllo entertainment the meeting is held one-half hour earlier and the Honlal hour at the close of the meeting will be eliminated. Under the auspices of the Faithful Workers Sunday school class of tht First Methodist Episcopal church taught by the pastor'a wife, Mrs Barnett Hamilton Hart, a comedy- drama entitled "An Early Bird" wll bo presented In the Hollldaysburg High school auditorium on Thursday evening, November 14, at 8 o'clock A number of tho. talented members of this Hocloty will present the play which in one of unusually interesting character. Public patronage is solicit ed. Uev. J. S. Bromley, pastor of th First Baptist church, announces that in view of tho fact that Monday o next weuk will be Armistice day, h will preach an Arml.stlco day surmoi In his church on Sunday morning, Nov 10, at 11 o'clock. The subject of th uormon will be "The Coming o Peuco." Tho choir will present an ap propriute musical program in keeping with the occasion. DUNCANSVILLE The members of Duncannvllle camp, No. 2BO, Patriotic Order, of America, arc looking forward to one of the gala events of the season on the coming Friday evening, the occasion of their semi-monthly meeting. Following a brief business session, a Hallowe'en season celebration will be held, but the function will not be a masquerade affair. The feature event oil the evening's busy program will be an entertainment by the kitchenette band from the Hollldaysburg camp of the same order, a group of eighteen entertainers, who will present ft truly worth while entertainment. Another Interfiling entertainment number on the venlng's program will be a hat sale ,nd Immediately following this, re- reshmcnts'Wlll be served In the social oom of the P. O. S. of A. hall where he meeting will be held. There has ecn an urgent request for a full at- endance of members to enjoy the plendld program that the committee as arranged. / John Harker of this place and JharlcB Wise of Cresson returned after pending last Friday and Saturday anting In Fulton county. They met 'ith much success, returning with Ineteen rabbits and live nice coons, in Sunday the Harker home here was lie scene of the llrst coon supper of he season, with a number of friends urroundlng the festal boards. Mr. Harker, It will be remembered, suc- eeded his father, the late Joseph Har- ;er, as leader of the Harker Coon lub, one of this section's foremost oon hunting organizations. Miss Dolly Knee of South Altoona nd her nephew Junior Hale of Glrard, O., were Sunday visitors at the home f Mr, and Mrs. William McFadden. The home of Mr. and Mrs. David }rove, west of Duncanavllle, along the iVIlllam Penn highway, was the sceno f a highly enjoyable surprise party he latter part of last week In honor f tho birthday anniversary of Mrs. Grove. The affair came as a complete urprlse to her, but was a most agreeable surprise. The evening was pleasantly spent with entertainment fea- ures and at a late hour a delicious unch was served. She was the re- Iplent of many appreciated gifts on icr anniversary occasion. Guests were present from this place and Al- oona. C. E. Hanley of Holljdaysburg was lumbered among the Sunday visitors lore at the home, of his mother Mrs. "iuclnda Hanley of 1416 Third avenue. Van Drew Rice of New Castle, Pa., has returned to his home after being a visitor here fbr a few days at the home of l^s brother Albert S. Bice of 1309 Fourth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Jesso H. Jones and son William of Pleasant valley, former ociil residents, were visitors here on Sunday at the home of Mrs. Jones' mother Mrs. • Sarah Davis and othor relatives and friends. Howard Swiirtz, president of the local borough council, and several other nlmrods enjoyed a gunning trip to the wilds of Bedford county on last Saturday. John Kelly of Altoona, a well known former Duncansville resident, was circulating among relatives and friends here on Sunday. Irvln W. Focht of 1223 Fourth ave- nuo returned borne on Sun'day evening after visiting for a few days at the homo of his mother Mrs. Eliza Focht at Allcnsvllle, Pa. Mr. Focht spent a few hours on, the opening day of hunting season in the nearby Holds and woods and was successful in bagging the limit of rabbits. Mr. and Mrs. George Berkhlmer and family of Fifth avenue returned home after spending a few days visiting at his parental home near Breezewood, Pa. Mr. Berkhlmer was numbered among the local nlmrods who met with success on the opening days of hunting season, bagging considerable game while hunting in the vicinity of bis father's farm. Elmer Walker and his niece and her son, all of Pittsburgh, were numbered among the guests of the past weekend at the home of his aunt Mrs. Al- Bourla Walker at Foot of Ten, west of Duncansville. Samuel Womer of Altoona was a week-end visitor among local friends. Mr. Womer has disposed of his prop- For Sale to Close An Estate The Win. A. Smith Farm, two mile mirth of UiiniMiiuvllli), I'll,, 07 acres •ome timber, bulunou nice farm land with guud house and outbuildings. Price In right tu clouo this out. .NKLLIE A. MAUDKN, Agent J'liune 36— , 1'u. Adv. ' MctorRadio HAS this txjpenence rS leadership .„ —S resvwes~.cmd \ctoiftname behind Uf means PERFORMANCE Priced at $178 complete with ten tubes and sold on payment terms easy to meet. Winter Music Store 141$ Eleventh Avenue TYRONE Mrs. Lucy Powell of Cincinnati, O., and her mother, Mrs. Lydi'a Fink of Elchelbergertown, Bedford county, were recent welcome guests at the Newberry-Gibson homo on Lincoln avenue. Mrs. Fink is a sister of the venerable Mrs. Catherine Gibson, one of Tyrone's oldest nonegenarlans, and the two aged folks had a most pleasant season of reminiscing and visiting. The Hannah Huston Bible class of tho First Methodist Sunday school will hold their November meeting this evening at 8 o'clock in the church parlors. This meeting will be a masquerade social and all the members are urged to come masked and prepared to enjoy an evening of fun and entertainment. Rev. and Mrs. H. Willis Hartso,ck spent a part of Monday in Altoona. Hunters from' Tyrone were pretty, generally successful the first day or two of the season, the following Citizens returning from the chase with turkeys: Harvey Lego; Forrest Lucas, John Fulton, Ralph Wertz, George Nestlerode, Calvin Harris and Wesley Huff. Many of tho nlmrods returned well laden with smaller game. erty at Hlxton, north of Duncansville and is making his home at Altoona. Mr. Womer suffered the loss of his automobile recently, the machine catching fire while pulling up Short mountain, and was consumed before assistance reached him. Mr. Womer had time to get out of the machine and /escaped injury. : Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Stewart and family of 1119 Fourth avenue visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fox at Roaring Spring on Sunday evening. Luther Llebegott is serving from Duncansville on the jury at the November term of common pleas court, which opened at Hollidaysburg on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey S. Dlehl were Sunday afternoon visitors with relatives and friends at Blue Knob. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Altoona visited hero on Sunday at the home of his -parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Fifth avenue. The pupils attending the Tannery school In Allegheny township, a short distance above Duncansville, are hav- ng a holiday today on account, of the school building being used for the noldlng of the general election by the voters In the First precinct of Allegheny township. John Casner, Jr., son' of Mr. and Mrs. John Casner of southeast of town, has been confined to his room at his home for the past'few days on account of illness. The lad -is a pupil In the Duncansville -schools and was taken ill while attending school last Friday afternoon. His condition is not considered serious and it is expected he will be about as usual within the next few days. The members of Hicks Memorial Methodist Sunday school class No. 10, a group of boys taughfr by Frank Myers and known as the Rainbow class, held an interesting class meeting on last Friday evening at the home of Robert Miller of Maple Hollow road, north of Duncansvllle. The meeting was the regular monthly business meeting and was followed by a social hour and the serving of refreshments. There was a good attendance. For Sale to Close An Estate The Win. A. Smith Farm, two miles • north of Duncansvllle, Pa.,- 87 acres, some timber, balance nice farm land, with good house and outbuildings. Price is right to close this out. NELOE A. MADDEN, Agent. Phone 30— Holllduyftburg, 1'n. Adv. The Mae Dubbs class of the United Brethren Sunday school will hold Its monthly meeting at the -home of Mrs. Charles Glner in the Farmers and Merchants.Bank building, this evening at 7.30 o'clock. Every member of the class Is urged to attend this meeting.' The patrons of the Junior-Senior High Schools are reminded of their Parent-Teacher association meeting to be held this evening at 7.45 o'clock. The Interesting program should attract a large number of the patrons and friends of the schools. The monthly meeting of Mrs. Stine's Bible class of the Presbyterian Sunday school will be held in the church parlor Thursday evening. It will be a masquerade party and m6mbers of the class may take a guest. A good time is anticipated and all the members of the class are urged to be there. Tyrone will sponsor the annual Red Cross drive In the usual whole-hearted manner. General Chairman 'Harry Weikc.rt has his workers thoroughly organized and everything In readiness for the opening of the campaign on Armistice day. The drive will cover a period of several days, In order to give the workers an opportunity to cover 1 all the homes and business houses. It is anticipated that the largest membership will be enrolled since the signing of the armistice eleven years ago. Chairman Welkert is anxious that the citizens of Tyrone and vicinity arrange to be in readiness to meet the workers when they call and help to expedite the work as much as possible. ' Frank E. Newberry has returned from a most successful hunting trip.'to Bedford county, having bagged five large rabbits during his jaunt through the woods. The Daughters of America will --hold a social this evening at the home of Mrs. Edwin.Igou, 1414 Blair avenue. The members and their friends are all very cordially invited to enjoy this social function. Miss Mary Slegal,. Tyrone's community nurse, was kept very busy during the month of October. The following report of the visits made during the month gives an idea of the demand for her services: 130, medical visits; 115 surgical visits; 48 communicable visits and 30. visits to chronic patients; two deliveries; two post partum; four Infants; twenty pre-school children between thq ages of 1 to 6; 30 school children between the ages of 6 to 16 years and 28 visits on behalf of patients, making a total of 389 visits made during the month. The -appearance in Tyrone of Princess Rahmo Haider, will give the people a real treat in the three special attractions to be presented by this Arab princess. She will appear in .the First Methodist Sunday school building, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings of this week. Rev. H. Willis Hartsock, the pastor, is anxious that all persons avail themselves of the opportunity to hear and enjoy the presentations brought by this learned, easterner. On Wednesday evening, the princess will present her brilliant and inspiring costume recital, "Under Syrian Stars," telling in her own charming Oriental manner of the ideals and aspirations of the Holy Land, On Thursday evening at 7.45 o'clock, In the same church, tho princess will give her forceful dramatization of the Bible story, "Naaman, the Leper" In four acts, a drama that has brought her highest commendations from leading dramatic critics In Hollywood and New York. On Friday evening, at 7.45 o'clock, she will show her own recent moving pictures of the Holy Land, "Gems of the East." A very cordial Invitation is extended to all Interested persons to attend these special presentations In the First Methodist Sunday school building. No admission' will be charged. • •• The Dlakonla class of the Presby- .erlah Sunday school will meet this svenlng at 7.30 at the home of Miss Sttle M. Green. All members are urg- id to b<? present. The officers of Second District Sun- lay school association will meet Sun-, lay afternoon, Nov. 10, at 2.30 in the Community room Of Bellwood Trust Co. The ladles of x the Evangelldal ihurch have vegetable soup on sale m Thursday at 11 o'clock at the par- onage and at the home of A. D. Bechtol. Your patronage will be appre- iated. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Campbell, North Tuckahoe street, have returned from ft week-end xisit at the home of their daughter Mrs. Jetter Church of Union- own. They Were accompanied by heir son Wilbert, Mrs. H. H. Carr of Pennyroyal has eturned from Philadelphia where she /Islted her uncle Jonas H. Dettre. Mr. Dettre is 84 years of age and is eriously 111. He is well known in Bellwood. ROARING SPRING KOAIUNG SPRING TIFEATRB "IUIA1 MARRIAGE" In Sound , with Sally Ellerg and Norman Kerry Also Comedy Attorney Robert Madore Is spending :he week-end with friends In Carlisle. Maurice Cohn spent a few days last iveek in Pittsburgh. ' s Rev, H. L. Jacobs was a visitor in learfleld the first of laet week. Miss Evelyn Foneman, a nurse of Baltimore, Is visiting home folks east of Bedford. Mrs. R. S. .Caldwell is spending a "ew days visiting her nv»ther in Mil- erstoWn. Miss Helen Cuppett is In West Orange, N. J.', visiting her friend Mrs. Edwin Banta. Miss Emma Shoemaker of Atlantic City'is a guest at the home of Mr. and MM. Richard C. Hall. Mrs. Florence Cleaver of Indianapolis, Ind., is visiting her sister Mrs. B 1 . A. MetZger, South Richard street. Mrs. Ralph Longenecker of Pittsburgh was a recent guest at Fort Bedford inn and calling on friends here. Attorney and Mrs. William J. Jordan of Wilkinsburg were recent guests at the home of Mr. and-Mrs. S. U. Trofitman. rs^ Herbert Weisklttel of Baltimore was a week-end guest of her relatives Mr. and Mrs. John Hoefgen of Juliana Heights. Miss Elizabeth Weisel of Washington, D. C., was a guest of her brother William A. Weisel, and family last week, Mr. and Mrs. Foster J. Heacock of Clearville have gone to Waynesville, O., for a short time and will also travel through the middle west. Mr. .and Mrs. W. H. Gano and Mr. and Mrs. Frank .1. Home motored to Elkins, W. Va., last week 1 and visited the latter's sister Mrs. Max Brlghtbill. Miss Josephine Miller is spending some time with her sister in Baltimore, Md. ' FAMOUS Restaurant BETTER FOOD AT LOWER Next to Mountain City Bank UNITED FURNITURE CO., 1105 SIXTEENTH ST.! America's Finest Furniture A Convenient Way To Buy \ A complete Living Room Suite for A complete Dining Room Suite for A complete Bedroom Suite for Porcelain Top Table White enameled, 40- inch size, genuine p o r u e 1 aln top. Beaut ilul plate glass console inir- V e r y special. Buy one room at^ a time. Buy furniture of QOOD quality—furniture made to last for, years. , Our prices are a real help to thrifty folks. Our room outfits are carefully planned. 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W. Nelson will be the hostesses. A good attendance is urged. The Onward and Upward class of the First Methodist Sunday school will hold * masquerade party Thursday evening at'the home of Miss Frances Himmelsbaugh, '613 Third avenue. Miss Hlmmelsbaugh and Mrs. Edgar Eastep will be the hostesses.and every member is invited to be present and bring a friend. The guests are requested to be preseht.at 8 o'clock. • "The Glad U Kum class of Trinity Lutheran Sunday school will hold their annual Hallowe'en masquerade party this evening at the home of Mrs. J. E. Wills, 1530 Sixth avenue. Every member is urged to come and enjoy the evening. Mttanka council, No. 249, Degree of Pocahontas, will hold their annual banquet Wednesday evening at 6.30 o'clock in the Odd Fellows hall,, AH members are invited. The social and entertainment committees will meet at the hall Wednesday morning at 8.30 o'clock. Juniata Grange, No. 889, Patrons of Husbandry, will meet in regular session Thursrday evening. The third and fourth degrees will be conferred and a social hour will be enjoyed. The Good Will club will hold their annual masquerade party Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Margaret Grain, 1200 Boafevard. All members are Invited to ! be present. The Junior choir of Wesley Memorial Methodist church will meat for rehearsal Wednesday evening from 7.30 till 8.30, Mrs. Banks Ray, leader. The Woman's Missionary society of Trinity Lutheran church will meet this evening at 7.30 in Trinity hall. Miss Ella Burley and Mrs. J. O. Kauffman will be the leaders and a good attendance is urged. The Ladies' Aid society of the Wesley Memorial Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. R. L. Krater,-- 1403 Fourth avenue. Every member is urged to be present. The Nota Bene Missionary society of the First Methodist church will meet Thursday evening in the lecture room of the church. The members ire urged to be present,' J. F. Eshelman and daughter, Miss Adella Eshelman, 212 Eighth avenue, entertained on Sunday, Mr. Eshelman's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Eshelman and children, Roma, Emma and Russell, x>f Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Blair Hall, newly Weds, were tendered A miscellaneous shower Thursday evening at the 4iome of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burket, 1308 Fourth avenue. The evening was a pleasant one, a delicious luncheon being served. Mrs. Hall received many beautiful gifts, including silver, linen, etc. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Blair Hall, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mathes, Mr. <.nd Mrs. Albert Mathes, daughters Elfma and Faye, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bradley, Mrs. W. E. Hall, Mrs. Harry Price, and daughter, Mrs. Mary Suckling, Mrs. Louise Chestney, Mrs. Grace Burket, Mrs. Erma Hollen, Mrs. Jennie Gox, Mrs. Minnie Mc- Mahpn, Mrs. Pearl Garman, Mrs. Clara Oesterle, Mrs. Martha Hlnkle, Mrs. Helen. Secrlst, Mrs. Hester Anderson, Mabel Garman, Alice Cralne, Bernlce Colyer, Janes Mathes, Miriam Helss, William McMahon, Don Chest-', ney, Mickey, Martin, Don and Guy Burket, Robert Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burket. The B. M, club was entertained Friday evening at the home.of Mrs. E. K. Atkins, 112 West -Ninth avenue. The ladles spent a delightful evening, the hostess serving a dainty luncheon. The guests were Mrs. Clarence Relgh, Mrs. Charles Goshen, Mrs. W. J. Nycum, Mrs. W. A. Crycr, Mrs. Charles Casner, Mrs. Ross Jackson, Mrs. John Sllker, . Mrs. Fred Endress and two daughters, Mrs. C. D. Showers, Mrs.* Isabel Ritz and Mrs. P. H. Belchler. • The Sunbeam class of the Grace Evangelical Sunday school held a Hallowe'en party Thursday evening at the home of Helen Shore, 212 Seventh avenue. Those who enjoyed tha evening were Janet Saleme, Helen Ross, Lois Chathams, Erma Shoemaker, Jane Kaylor, Marcella Parson, Mae Bud Jones, Naomi Bathurst, Sara Lytle, Sara Walter, all of Juniata; Vivian Jones of Altoona; Ruth Dale, Mrs. A. M. Dale, Greenwood; Mrs. John Dale of Osceola Mills. , , Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Kime of 707 Second street, Juniata, Leroy Craw of Juniata gap and Harrison Beamer of East End, Altoona, returned Saturday evening after a successful hunting trip in which they bagged their limit of rabbits. They spent their time with Mr. Klme's parents, near Gettysburg. On their return Mrs. Kime was greatly surprised in finding a number of friends had gathered In honor of the anniversary of her birth. She received a number of pretty gifts. A dainty luncheon was served by Mrs. Lena Conway who makes her home with them. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Lego and daughter Dollie, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Marker, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Oswald, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parker, Miss Hazel Verge, Bernard Good, , Betty Jane and Sharon Kime. Mrs. D. B. Patterson of 313 Sixth avenue has returned from a Visit with her daughter Mary, a student nurse \n Washington, D. C. fflOPOCX BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL MEN and FIRMS YOU OUGHT TO KNOW MOCKXSQC? ALTOONA LEATHER STORE "Outfitters to the Sportsman" 1509 Eleventh Avenue Altoona Discount Co. 1425 12th Ave. Now Aaron Bldg. Small Loans to Hp.me Owners of Good Credit Standing Expert Ignition Service No Matter What Kind of Ignition -'Trouble You Have, Bee * AI/TOONA STOBAOE BATTEBY SERVICE STATION 800 Chestnut Ave. HERMAN'S tor GLASSES Registered Optometrist 1311 Eleventh Avenue New Bargains Every Day at Cut Rate Shoe Store 1418 llth Ave. CASANAVE'S EstublUhed 50 Years Leather Traveling Goods Trunks — Umbrellas 1213 Eleventh Street. 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Wilson Wall Paper and Paints 1021 Chestnut Avenue SPROUL Mr. an<J Mrs. Bert Hamman and • children Robert, Paul and Kathleen, spent Sunday with the -latter's sister MJS. Harry Plummer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry "Pope and daughter Rheda of Altoona spent Saturday with the former's mother Mrs. Florence Pope. Elias Carper, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keatley and children of Morrison's Cove spent Sunday with Mrs. Keat- luy'a parents Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bowman. >--"\ Mrs. Susan Walters of Loop spent •«V several days with her sister-in-law Mrs. Emma McCreary, being vailed here to attend the funeral of tier niece Mrs. Lucy McCreary,

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