YH8 AtTOONA . MOVRMSER 5, 1929 WILLIAMSBURG The Sunshine class of the Method- 1st church held their annual Hallow! e'en party In the social hall of the ! church on Thursday evening. Two plays were given, "All Aboard for Loontown." and "Needle," and music, games, fortunes and Hallowe'en tales. Delicious refreshments were served. Those present were Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Graham, Mrs. Fagan, Mrs. Lawrence Grossman, Mrs. William Eastep, Mrs. Andrew Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gorsuch and children, Mrs. Jack Robeson, Mrs. Ed. Treese and sons Elwood and Bobble, 'Mr. and Mrs. Emory Shultz and children Marie and Bobble* Henry Bumbarger, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Huston, Mr. and Mrs, Leland Miller and son Donald, Mr. and ,Mrs, Paul Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shawley, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stayner, Mrs. Mary Mogle, Mrs. Mayme Marshall, Mrs. H. Thomas Baughman, Mrs. William Ross, Mrs. Vincent Gates, Mrs. Earl Treese and children Lois and Buddie, Mrs. Robert Kifer and non Bibble, Miss Sara Hess, Miss Freda Campbell and Ralph Gorman. Mrs. Joseph Price of Altoona was a visitor among Wllllamsburg friends on Friday. Carl J. Lang, employed on the mill right gang at the paper mill, was hunting on Friday near Barree and shot a sixteen pound turkey gobbler. Mr. Lang and family hnd a turkey dinner on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lang, hla- parental home. William Berryhill left Friday morn- Ing with his son Edward to spend the week or ten days with his son iat Coatesvllle. ^TMr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis o'f Hollidaysburg were Sunday .visitors with relatives and friends'in town. W. Lawson Gunnett of West First street, who had his foot Injured while ai his w«rk at the paper mill ,two weeks ago, Is able to be out and s around again. A kitchen shower was held on Friday evening at the homo of Mr. and . Mrs. DeWayne Walte of Canal street. Mr. and Mrs. Waite just recently took up housekeeping there and the Sunday school class of the Lutheran Sunday school of which Mrs. Walte Is a member called and had the shoW- er for them. A good time was had, and delicious refreshments were served during the evening. Those present were Mrs. H. R. Lantzer, Neal , Kline, Kathryn Pesic, Mildred Greaser, • Josephine Acker, Lilah Colbert, Mrs. Elmer Reed and daughter Betty. Jane, Mrs. Talmadgo White and Vala Reigh and Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Walte. The executive bSard of the seventh district of the Blair County Sunday School association held its monthly meeting at the home of H. G. Bickley, West Second street, on Friday evening. Regular business was transacted as well as some extra Items including talks given by Percy Hauser, president of the third district. Those of the local district present were: President, L. K. Ziegler; secretary, Annie Frye; missionary superintendent, Mrs. William Eastep; .adult superintendent, J. K. Morrison; children's division superintendent, Mrs, J. E. Westbrook; superintendent of religious education, H. G. Bickley, and young people's - superintendent, W. Ross Lantzer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Suckling of Hollidaysburg were week-end visitors of the latter's mother Mra. D. Ivan Stultz of Spring street. Earl Kensinger of Reese was' a visitor Sunday of his parents Mr. and > Mrs. Samuel Kensinger of East Third •street. • J Mr. and Mrs. Elwood, Detwller and .,/sJtm James of Junlata were week-end '" visitors of relatives in town, An entertainment will be given In the Grange hall at Larke on Thursday and Friday evenings • of this week for the benefit of the Clover Creek Grange. A violin solo will be given by William Sutor; reading, by Mrs. Warren Guyer; piano solo, Miss Mebel.Erb; reading, Mrs. Harry Detwiler and male quartet,- not announced. A play, entitled "Twelve" Old Maids," with the following characters will bo given: Mrs. Breamer, a schemer, takes summer boarders; Li- za PeArl, her hired girl, ndt *0 slow; Madam Zikeller, a fortune teller, after the 1 coin; Miss Lizzie Lldy, aw fully tidy; Selina Zook, an A-l cook'; Mallnda Finn, \ who's rather thin; Jemima Routt, a little stout; Ethel Me Wade, a poetical maid; Mary Ann Fites, who wants her rights; Mandy Mentef, from Punkin Center; Miss Kate O'Foss, who loves to boss; Lovetta McCann, who wants a' man; Cerlnthy Fling, does nothing but sing; Lucindy Toots, Who elocutes; Eliza Neff, just slightly deaf; the mystic crann, a wooden man, who cornea to life. These ladles are all members of the Old Maids' union, W. E. A. M No. 23. Tickets for this entertainment are being sold at nominal prices by each of the local characters who are taking the parts. Class No. 6 of the Methodist Sunday school will meet on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. William Walte of West First street. The change was made on account of Mrs. John Traxler moving. Miss Mayme. Smith has returned to her home on East Second street, alter spending several Weeks with relatives in Illinois and other middle Western states. She reports having a flne time as she went to the middle west with two cousins from Pittsburg and traveled overland in her cousins' car. Rev. R. J. Wolf of Philadelphia, secretary of the Luther Leagues of America, spoke on Sunday afternoon at the Sunday school convention held by' the Lutheran parish irt the St. John's Lutheran church at Clover Creek. He also occupied the pulpit of the Zion's Lutheran church on Sunday evening. Norman Mench of Altoona was a visitor of his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Mench of Robeson's extension. A good-sized audience attended the benefit movie, "Redskih," held last evening in the Dean theatre for the benefit of the High school Alumni association. The picture will .be shown again this evening at 7 and 9 o'clock and' It Is anticipated there will be large crowds again./ CABD OF THANKS. •Mr. William Berryhill and family desire in this'manner to thank all the friends and relatives for their many acts of kindness shown them during the long illness and death of their wife and mothjsr, also for the beautiful floral, tributes. Mr. Berryhill wants to thank the mill men especially for the gift they presented him recently, in the hour of need PORT JWATILDA The following pupils of the Hannah school attended every day during the month of September: Alvin Fink, Paul Urban, Johnnie Walk ( Howard Walk, Willis Walk, June Goss, Marguerite Kerln, Grace - Keen, Gladys Matts, Bertha McKlssic, Madeline Price, Helen Urban, Helen Walk, Marjorie Walk, Madaline Weaver, Paul Urban, Willis Stimer, Helen Urban, Marguerite Kerin, Gladys Matts, Madaline Weaver, Eileen Weaver. Colonial TODAY & TOMORROW Daily 2 to 5 & 7 to 10.30 p. m. D_:~x.«. Eves. <all seats) 25o f TlCeS. Mats., 10c-15o Coming Thursday, Sir '• Calncs' Masterpiece "The Bondman" LAKEMONT Roland Lynn of Harrlsburg was a recent guest among friends and relatives here, Mrs. ' O. V. Conroy of Pittsburgh, Mrs. R. M. Conlon of Altoona and W. B. Flekes of South Altoona were Friday guests at the home of Mrs. W. M. Gesser of First avenue. Mrs. Conroy is on her way to Lowell, Mass., where she expects to make her future home. Mr. Conroy has been in Massachusetts for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nonemaket 1 and daughters Edith and Dorothy Ruth of Leslie street sjiont several days last week In Philadelphia. Mrs. Frank Rodgers and son Frank, Jr., and daughter Pauline of Scranton are visiting at the home of Mrs. Rodgers' parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sellers of Eldon avenue. Mr. Rodgers Is attending a convention In Mississippi, t Mr. and Mrs. William Crlder and son Harold of Altoona visited Thursday at the home of William Garvey of Hill Top. Mrs. Harry Hartman. and son Harry of Harrlsburg are visiting friends here. Winona Hofmann, little daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Hofmann of Baynton avenue was very 111 all last week. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gesser were Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Flckes of Newark, N. J.. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Flckes and daughter Virginia of South Altoona. The home bf Mr. and Mrs. Ira Free of Hill Top was the scene of- a jolly time on Thursday evening when several younsters gathered and held a masquerade party. There were games of various kinds, music and several contests. The house was beautifully decorated and all had a lovely time. Those present were Elwood Nearhoof, Charles Nearhoof, Virginia Nearhoof, Pauline Nearhoof, Billy Hofmann, Harold Free, Virginia Free, Harold Crlder, Blair Free, Frederick Free, Mrs. Joseph Hofmann, Mr. and Mrs. William Crlder, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Free and son Joseph.. The home of Mr, and Mrs. S. N. Harpster ol Beeoh street was the scene of a jolly\affair Friday evening when their daughter Lois held a, masquerade party. There were costumes of all kind and discrlption. The time was very pleasantly spent • In games and music andaa delicious luncheon -was served. Those present were Josephine Harpster, Shirley Ann Harpster, Lucill Smallwbod, Mary Louise Logan, Peggy Logan, Thelma Logan, Elizabeth Parks, Jane Tomlinson, Margaret Miller, Janet Gesser, Jean Gesser, Marian Bender,. Lydia Shiftier, Clara Murphy, Almira Murphy, Jean Butler, Gladys' Sanders, Lois Harpster, Mrs. M. A. Logan, Mrs. Smallwood, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burtnettf Mr. and Mrs. Guy'Harpster, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Harpster. Lakemont is getting more new residents. Mr. dnd Mrs. C. Thomas of Hollidaysburg and Mr. and Mrs. Schaeffer of Lakemont Terrace have moved Into two of the apartments In the Martin building. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver of Newry have rented the other apartment in the building and expect to move in this week. Mr. and Mrs. Knott have rented the second floor at 321 Logan avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Hudson have rented the Gesser home at 319 Lotz avenue. , Bud Sell and sons Charles and Crawford Sell, W. M. Gesser of First avenue and Norman Mlckel of Howard avenue spent the week-end at the hunting camp at Licking Creek return- Ing with quite a number of rabbit and and squirrel. CANAN JTATION Perfect attendance records were made by the following Canan Station grammer students for the month Just ended: Harris Akers, Elmer Burkhart, Donald Davis, Charles Herre, Arthur Ho.bba, Glenn Irwin, John'Neff, Ray Specht, Larry Tregoning, Norman Wilt, Russell Wilt, Guy Walters, Gladys Akers, Lillian Davis, Dorothy Estep, Thelma Dubbs, Louise Floyd, Zelma Wilt, Helen Wysong, Alberta Irwln. Following are the names of pupils of the Canan Station primary room who attended every day during the past month: Isabelle Flaherty, Jane Rudasill, Dora Wilt, Elaine Zinn, Elwood Akers, Albert Burkhart, William Burkhart, Harold Bretts, John Davis, Junior Flaherty, George Flaherty, George Neff, William Neff, Edward Hupp, John Rupp, Boyd Smith, Willis Sneath, Alexander Wilt and Jack Wilt. The following pupils of the Broad avenue extension school wer* present every day during the past month! Winheld Black, Richard Chulyak, James Lafferty, Sewell Llngafelter, Ray Lingafelter, Paul Lyons, Carl Novosel, Kenneth Walker, Richard Walker, Erma Cameron, Mary Laf-, forty, Edna Lafferty, Delia Novosel, Pauline Novosel; teacher, Elizabeth Karns. " SOtJTHULTOONA Mrs. George tfoung of Olean, N. Y., la spending several days at the homo of her daughter Mrs. James Peel, at 4003 1 Fifth avenue. Miss PanSy Rlchey, clerk In the local A...and P. store, 18 confined to her home where she Is seriously 111. Miss Dorothy Shugart of Altoona Is- acting clerk. Mrs. H. M. Overly has returned to her home at 410 Thirty-seventh street after spending several days In Lewistown. Joe Williams, a former resident, now of Beaver Palls, was called to Altoonn on account of the death of his aunt Mrs. A. D. Williams of 416 Fifth avenue. Mj\ and Mrs. George Shyder have returned to their home ftt 8944 Fifth avenue after spending several days at the home of Mr, and Mrs. "Seamen In Harrlsburg. Edward "Tuckey" Whltbred of 3700 Seventh avenue spent Friday and Saturday In Pittsburgh. Miss Ida Barnett of 3000 Fifth avenue was a Friday afternoon and evening guest at the home of her uncle Mr. Mock, In Roaring Spring. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Downs of 4055 Fourth avenue arc spending several days with Mrs. Downs' parents In Osceola Mills. Mrs. B. H. Davis > has returned to her home at 3918 Fourth avenue after spending several days with relatives in Pittsburgh. Edward W. Landls la spending «ev- eral days hunting in Bedford county. Miss Marian Hileman of 3940 Fifth avenue is visiting relatives In Philadelphia. Arthur Fowler of 4037 Fifth avenue has returned after upending Friday and Saturday Ih Muncy. Miss- Isabello Fletcher of McKeesport was a Friday afternoon and evening visitor at the homo of Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Holtqn in the Trod apnrtmcnta. , . Mr. and Mrs- William Treese, Jr., have returned to their home in the Schweitzer apartments after spending SWEET AIR For the Pnlnless Extraction of Tooth DR. SHOR 1112 IZth Ave, Phone 2-1920 Next Door to Lincoln Trust Banlt Hours: Dally 0 a. m. to 8 p. m. Mon., Wed., Sat., to 8 p. m. Broken Plates and Loose Plates remade like new. Free examination , several days with Mr. and Mrs. Shuey In Curtln. ,Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Pensyl of the Schweitzer apartments motored to Greonsburg where they spent Saturday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Eastep mo- tofed to Lewisburg where they' will spend several days. LOYSBURG GREENWOOD The Ladies' Aid society of Greenwood United Brethren church will meet all day tomonrow for work. In the evening church night will be observed and there will be a Bible reading. Big preparations for a revival, which is to start In the church on Nov. 17, are being made, and much interest has been aroused. The pastor, Rev. H. B. Seese, expects to have some of the beset preachers obtainable to help him during this special time. JUNIATA THEATBE See and hear Alice White In "BBOADWAY BABIES" A Vltaphone hit. Added Collegians. Fox News. Prices 10c-30c. \ 1YBIC THEATRE "WARE CASE," with Stewart Rome. Comedy, "Soldier Man," and the "Vanishing West," chapter No. 9. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. S^talley visited friends in Petersburg Sunday. Mrs. Samuel Carberry spent a" few days the past week in the home of Mr. .and Mrs. Ralph Steele of Saxton. Mrs. Roy Shoenfelt and daughter of Altoona spent Friday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hall and Miss Elsie Little were in Bedford Friday. Mrs. RusselU Baker of Scottdale is spending some time with her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. M.. Bayer. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Davis, who are spending some time in Willlamsport, spent the week-end at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. R.' H. Goi'such of Yellow Creek were callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bassler Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. .H. M. Grubb spent Sunday with. Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer, Grubb of New Enterprise. Many people, two hours after eating, suffer indigestion as they call it. It is usually excess acid. Correct it with an alkali. The best way, the quick, harmless and efficient, way, is Phillips' Milk of Magnesia. It has remained for 50 years the standard with physicians. One spoonful in water neutralizes many times its volume in stomach acids, and at once. The symptoms disappear in five minutes. You will never use crude- methods when you know this better method. And you will never suffer from excess acid when you prove out this easy relief; Please do that—for your own sake—now. Be sure to get the genuine Phillips' Milk of Magnesia prescribed by physicians for 50 years in correcting excess acids. 25c and BOc a bottle—any drugstore. "Milk of Magnesia" has been the U. S. Registered Trade Mark of The Charles H. Phillips Chemical Company and its predecessor Charles H. Phillips since 1875. GLEAMY WHITE TEETH and a Sweft Breath Try Phillips' Dental Magnesia Toothpaste just once and see for yourself how white your teeth become. Write for a free ten-day tube.. Address The Phillips Co., 117 Hudson St., New York, N. Y. What Al. Jolson Thinks of "Disraeli" "DISRAELI IS ONE Ofr THE MOST MAGNIFICENT TALKING PICTURES THAT HAS YET COME TO THE SCREEN. IT'S TREMENDOUS HUMAN APPEAL AND THE MARVELOUS PERFORMANCE OF MR. ARLISS THRILLED ME BEYOND WORDS. I TOLD JOE SCHENCK TODAY THAT IT WAS THE BEST TALKING PICTURE I HAVE EVER SEEN." AL JOLSON. George Arliss STRAND — in ONE WEEK STARTING 'Disraeli' FRIDAY mm m •CAPITOL: 1 TODAY ;— TREtPAttEFt the singing voice that has thrilled two continents! The Gloria Swaiison that all tho world loves In the mauler love drama of her career. The thrilling romance of a little utenofrapher who found wealth aud gossip two great barrier* to the heart adventure of her life. "Miller and Lyles" — "Horace Height" — Sound News! Starts Saturday ARMISTICE WEEK SPECIAL "SHE GOES TO WAR" LYAVPI TODAY :— 100% TALK PARAMOUNT'S DELIGHTFUL DRAMA OF YOUTH! You bear Itlchurd Allen's tender love words! You bear Mary lirlaii bluff! You bear the Inimitable comedy of vaudeville's greatest start), Harry Green and Jack Oakie. A picture you will love. "Turkey For Two" — "Pining Pioneers" — Olympic News! Starts HAROLD LLOYD In . "WELCOME DANQEH" STRAND All - Star Cast Of Stars From Hollywood and Broadway WINNIE LIGHTNER ANN PENNINGTON NICK LUCAS CONWAY TEARLE MICKEY MOUSE JAHTOOI Beauty Chorus Of, 100 DAZZLING GIRLS Everything So New, Different and Beautiful In • , "GOLD DIGGERS OF BROADWAY" Start Today & Win! $300 In Cash Prixci BON-TON AHoona's Low Price Fashion Store 1315 Eleventh Ave. Christmas Treasure Hunt Contest STATE 11 A. M. TO 11.30 P. M. DAILY NOW PRESENTING GILBERT • HIS GLORIOUS NIGHT The cvMt «f the aMMOn — Gilbert's- flttt romratta talk-' BEOULfB STATIC nuciu CLKAUEST AND BEST SOUND EQUIPMENT IN TOWN feTtfVtmr CONTINUOUS . HI AJ VT 11 A. M. TO 11 P. M. WlUIAM FO JANET GAYNOR A«M£ CHARLES FARRELt LUCKY, STAIR Love conquers every obstacle in this drama of war torn youth and farm burdened beauty, tense, colorful,- always . STAN LAUREL— OLIVER HARDY IN AN ALL-TALKING COMEDY "MEN O' W AIR" '•"". A BOMBSHELL OF LAUGHS STATE SOUND NEWS ' SELECT OF 1'ATHE AND METItO i 1 METItO ACT GEOKOE DBWEY WASHTNOTOir NEW SONG PROGRAM OUR NEXT ATTRACTION The Musical Smash Hit THE PEER OF ALL MUSICAL TALKING SCREEN . SHOWS *&HiSve&*i» •id-BWS* MOVIETONE NEWS PAT KOONEV MARION BENT PRICES MATINEES itSo; NIGHTS 2Sc-5Uu FEATUUE TIME 11.10, 1.10, 3.ZU, 5.25, 7.SO, D.30 STARTING .SATURDAY JACK HOI/J, BAlPIf GMAVSS 4MJ WA 1KB Radio Pictures' Monumental Talking-Singing- Dancing Glorification of— FLORENZ ZIEGFELD'S RIO RITA with BEBE DANIELS ... a vocal setuatfon JOHN BOLES ... screen's greatest tenor " Berl Wheeler... Robert Wool**? . Dorothy Lee . . . Don Alvarmd* and a Thousand Otken Without question, the finest motion picture entertainment that we have ever seen is "RIO RITA." We expected much—we saw and heard ten times as much. We * might also say that it opens up a new epoch in the presentation of musical and dialogue entertainment, for it is so much greater than the stage success of which it is builded that it puts the stage in eclipse. SPECIAL MIDNITE / NtTB AT 13.01. \.
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