Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1930 · Page 25
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 28, 1930
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n--B y?f > v ^;% {"^Tj .,y{rs%|,>;, fttfc At/tOOMA M!1 J"; EWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING TOWNS HOLLIDA V SBURG 4*Cretary L. H. Johnson of the Y. fttr<K A. announces that all members •m«*st«J in the organisation of a Y. |L C» A. Tennis club are requested to Intel at the association rooms on Thursday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Tlie three tennis courts at Dysart park are Iftiw lit first class condition and it is planned to stage a number of tennis fdurnaments this summer. Flans are under way for a motor tHp Of Y. M. C. A. boyvto the Gettysburg battlefield on Saturday, June 7. •"Any Y. M. C. A. boys who wish to -}o\ti in this educational trip to this historic battleground are requested to ' phone the Y. M. C. A. office this week " and sign up for the trip. Any Y. M. I C. A. boys who have cars they will e drtve on the trip are also asked to r confer with Secretary Johnson or As* Blatant Secretary Levis. A cordial invitation is extended to all Y. M. C. A. boys to Join in this trip provided for their special benefit. * Assistant Secretary Edgar L. Levls Of the Y. M. C. A., announces that ttn account of the .inclement weather which prevailed last Saturday it was necessary to call off the Y. M. C. A. treasure hunt. •''Secretary L. H. Johnson announces hat a special meeting of the Y. M. . A. leaders' club is called for Thurs- afternoon at 4.30 o'clock in the M. C. A. rooms. Stacy Capers, Jr., ll have charge of the meeting. It to very important that there is a full •ttendance of members as the summer mp and outdoor activities for the will be outlined. ^Apartment for rent. All conveniences, Lasser Shoe Shop. Phone 84-J n» Adv. £ 500 Card Party » St. Patrick's School Hall, * Newry ^Saturday Evening, May 31 '"' Refreshments Served Adv. - Genuine Frigidaire Service WOLF FURNITURE CO. ••Authorized Frigidaire Dealers" 1501-BS Utb Ave. Ola) 6118 The Y. M. C.* A. building will be closed all day on Memorial day with the exception of from 2 to 5 In the afternoon when ex-service men and others will be accorded the free use of the swimming pool. A group of picked leaders of the Y. M. C. A. Boys' clubs will participate in a motor trip to Cook's forest, eighteen miles from Brookville on Saturday, June 14. They will visit the new acquisition to the state forestry department which contains the largest stand of virgin pine timber east' of the Rocky mountains. This Is part of the original Penn woods which never had an ax on it. Great interest in this educational trip. Assistant Secretary Levis will chaperon the leaders on • this trip. The members of the Pioneer Boys' clubs of the Y. M. C. A., will assist the American Legion and' the Boy Scouts in the decorating of the soldiers' graves on Memorial day. Daniel R. Morrell of 424 Montgomery street has returned home from Lawrenceville where he attended the annual commencement week festivities at Lawrenceville preparatory school of which he is a graduate. He attended an alumni reunion of his class which was one of ihe outstanding features of commencement week. Mrs. Cora Earnest of 312 Walnut street has gone to Johnstown for an extended sojourn at the residence of her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Earl Earnest. An important meeting of the Junior class of the High school was held on Monday morning when plans for the Junior-senior banquet scheduled to be held at the Penn-Alto hotel, Altoona, on Tuesday evening, June 3, at 6.30 o'clock were considered. The president appointed the following special committees of the Junior class to assist the seniors in perfecting plans: Program committee, chairman, George Jones, Jean Sankey and Herbert Greene; Invitations, Leona Davis and Helen Hess; menu, Helen Detrickf decorations, chairman, Millard Plummer, Nettie Scott and King Heininger. tost—Bunch of keys on ring: on Penn or Garber St. Return to 323 Front St. Adv. —A leather key case containing 3 keys, on Allegheny St., east of Penn St. 'Return to 307 Walnut St. Adv. (Additional Hollldaygburg on Page 37.) GCA.ND 'TODAY AND TOMORROW pniNG DUNCANSVILLE A special meeting of the Duncans- vllle borough council was held on Monday evening to take action on the application for the installation of TYRONE Guests at the Methodist Home for the Aged during the past week include the following: James W. Lowther, Bell- gasoline pumps at the property at wood, David Colbert, Ida S&ylor, Paul 801-805 Third avenue, recently leased ; Colbert, Erma Colbert, Winiamsburg, ii M. G. M. ALL TALKING COMEDY VITAPHONE VARIETY ; '•v,J4 Ladies* Coats 1 lot of ladies' spring coats, in broadcloths and tricolene. Collars of galyac and broadtail. Crepe de Chine lining. Val- d» + ues to $29.98. Close Out *P I Price I lot of ladies' coats, imported mixtures and basket weaves. Plain tailored or fur trimmed. Values to $19.96. Close Out Price.... $ io .98 Children's Coats Wool tweeds and mixtures with capes and throws, sizes 6 to 14 years. Regular value to $7.98. Special • • • $ 3 .98 Keds That perfect holiday footwear. Be sure to have the boy in bare foot comfort without the bare foot dangers. None genuine without the name Keds. 79c to $3.75 Men's Straw Hats A full line of dress hats, in all sizes. Panamas, Leghorns, Milans, Truciolas and Sailors. Tans and white. 95c to $5.00 Tapestry Bags Just received in the newest shapes, silk linings and fully equipped. Special, priced at $2 .95 Socks Whoopee, half length and rolled top socks for boys and girls. Big •elections. Prices 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and 98c pair. Neck Scarfs Fox scarfs, large, full silky cross furs, pointed or blue fox scarfs. Usually a prohibitive luxury. Regular $50.00 value $ 29 .50 ?icnic Supplies Paper Napkbs, 50 in a pack, lOc pack. Paper Plates, a doz 7c Dixie Paper Cupi, package Luncheon Sets 6 Plates ^ f\ 6 Napkins . I I |C 1 Table Cloth * V ** G. W. WILLIAMS The Big Store—Hollidaysburg to a Mr. Dunkle. discussion council voted favorably on the application provided tlfat certain conditions would be complied with by th« applicant, an agreement to be prepared by the borough solicitor and properly executed by the parties concerned. President G. B. Shoenfelt conducted the meeting, which was attended by all the members of council. Regis Mutzabaugh of Kane, Pa., was a visitor here at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Amelia McLain. Regis, who Is a native of Duncansville, Is one of Kane's successful lawyers. The Duncansville Independents journeyed to Claysburg on Monday evening and suffered their first defeat of the season. The end of the twilight fray found the locals on the short end of an 8 to 3 score. The same two clubs battled at Carnegie park, this place on Tuesday evening. Monday evening's game was a real battle until "Red" Weyant suffered a streak of wildness and was batted hard by the strong home team. Edward Eger of Dry Run was a caller among friends at this place on Tuesday. A light frost was reported in favorable places in this region early Tuesday morning but apparently little or no damage resulted even to the most tender vegetation. So far as was reported there was no frost noticed in town, the lowest thermometer read- Ing being 40 degrees here. Mr. arid Mrs. Raymond Miller and daughters and Mrs. Amelia McLain all of this place were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Berkhamer of Brush Mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Liebegott and children of 906 Third avenue were visitors at Clearfield on last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Liebegott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Graham. They also called on Rev. *and Mrs. D. G. Felker, formerly of this place, now of Emmanuel Methodist church, Clearfleld. The monthly meeting of class No. . A. Colbert, Mr. W. S. Colbert, Helen Poole, Elmer Poole, Cumberland Md., Mrs. W. E. Brindle, Trenton, N. J., Jesse Chilcott and wife, Alexandria, S. A. gpeddy, Watsontown, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Rogers, Newton Hamilton, C. A. Callen, Barnsboro, W. W. MC- Cheshey, Mrs. G. D. Adams, Lewistown, W. E. Brindle, Trenton N. J., Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lytel, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Spanogle, Lewistown. Richard Fuge, Houtzdale, Mrs. Fannie Logan, Mrs. W. H. Crone, Mr. P. F. Collins, Huntingdon, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brown, Danville, Mrs. F. Peters, Fleming, Mrs. W. W. Glenn, Harrisburg, Belle M. McKlnney, Phtlipsburg, E. E. of the Sunday Hicks school Memorial ' Methodist Mrs. C. G. Shaffer Rogerat Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tierney, Blda M. Lewis, Mrs. M". Hamminger, Mrs. George Holte, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. koelle, Mrs. Etta Waters, Mrs. Miriam Shade, Mr. and Mrs. Roland, F. F. Kleffroan, Mrs. A. C. vMiller, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Lewis, Rev. John B. Beard, Dorothy Jane McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Gunnett, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Gill, Mrs. Grace Gleason, Miss Effle Gunnett, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. McGregor, Mi 1 , and Mrs. L. C. Esterllne, Mrs. G. W. Kuebler, Elden McGregor, Mrs. F. M. Buchanan, Mrs. E. W. Baker, Mrs. T. C. Parsons, Mrs. C. M. Hauk, Mrs. M. R. Corbin, Mrs. M. S. Raup, O. B. Krebs, all of Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Igou and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Biddle of Lincoln avenue, motored to Latrobe today where they will visit relatives and attend to their beautifying of the graves of their relatives laid at rest in the cemetery at that place. PHILIPSBURG teacher, will be held at the church on Monday evening, June 2. At the close of the business meeting- the class will hold a covered dish luncheon and a hat social, the proceeds to be for their Cash day fund. All members have been invited to be present and to bring their husbands and friends and their hats. R. M. Campbell and Melvin Campbell of Altoona were early part of the' iveek visitors with friends at this place. A new schedule is effective the latter part of this week on the Grey- lound bus line which passes through icre via the William Penn highway. Three additional busses each direction daily have been added, making ten eastbound and a similar number westbound. A trip daily has been added each direction between Pittsburgh and New York and Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, while a new trip is added between Harrisburg and Pittsburgh. The time of arrival of every trip except one Is changed, although some only five minutes. Leedom's drug store is the local ticket agency and information bureai}. With a detour about to be put into effect on the Cresson mountain road, local passengers will be required to connect with the busses at Hollidaysburg./ William M. Hanley of Altoona was a Monday evening caller with friends at this place. Two' automobiles were badly wrecked in separate accidents along the Sixth avenue-Duncansville road In the vicinity of Burns subway during the past few days, but in each instance the occupants escaped with minor 1 injuries. The accidents were both attributed to excessive speed in reports made of them. David Yeckley and family of this place were recent visitors at the summer colony at Long Bend Beach, Bedford county, where they have a residence. Miss Lulu M. Thompson of R. D. V, Hollidaysburg, a graduate of Central State Teachers' college at Lock Haven, was elected to the remaining vacancy on the local public school faculty at a. special meeting of the school board held on Monday evening. Miss Thompson will probably be assigned to the fourth grade. This was the lone item of business taken up at the meeting, which was presided over by President John T. Tate, with all members of the board In attendance. The regular monthly session of the board is scheduled for the coming Monday evening. For the first time In the history of the Blair county baseball league, games are scheduled for Memorial day and one of the three league games is booked for Carnegie park at 3 o'clock on Friday afternoon. The attraction will be the Williamsburg team and the meeting will be the first of the season between these two clubs. Since the Memorial day exercises will be confined to the morning hours herej it is expected that a record attendance will be on hand 1'or the ball game in the afternoon. The teams appear to be evenly matched and a high class exhibition is anticipated. C. C. Copenhaver, manager of the local Shaffer store, has returned home after a pleasant and successful fishing trip to favorite trout streams in Potter county. Mis* Mary Sherlock of 901 Third avenue, a former teacher in the local public schools, has returned after pursuing post-graduate work at the State Teachers' college at Shippensburg, leading to her degree, during the second half of the past term. Miss Sherlock has not yet accepted a contract Cor the coming school year. A crew of state highway motor patrolmen were stationed at the intersection of Third avenue and Sixteenth street on Tuesday morning checking the weight of loaded trucks for overloads and looking for other violations of the motor code. Miss Ida Piper, daughter of Frank Piper of Cross Keys arrived home a few days ago from Ventura, Calif., after being a resident of that city and other Pacific coast cities for the past couple of years. The trip home was a very delightful one made via a transcontinental bus line with local connections. POTTED PLANTS AND CUT FLOWERS Seventy-two cans of brook trout, measuring from one to two inches, were received by John W. Beals of the State-Centre Game, Fish and Forestry association last week. They were distributed among the following streams in this section: Cold stream, Black Bear, Black Moshannon and Beaver run. The shipment was sent here from White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zug of Harrisburg visited at the home of Mrs. Mary Miller last week. Webster Burket , of Karthaus is ' a surgical patient at Phtlipsburg State hospital. Dr. E. C. Reeve of the Clearfield Presbyterian church and brother of W. R. Reeve, resident manager of the Hotel Philips here, suffered a fracture of the left arm Just above the wrist last week in a fall from a chair while engaged in .cleaning the wallpaper at the Presbyterian' manse at that place. William R. DeLancey, local student at Bucknell, has been initiated into the honorary dramatic fraternity, Theta Alpha Phi, the initiation taking place recently at State college. He is also a member of "Cap and Dagger," another honorary dramatic fraternity of the college. He will take the lead in the commencement play at the university, "Hell-bent For Heaven." He has, had prominent parts in five of the college produc- itions; is president of the university | band; plays in the Symphony orchestra ; member of the Travelling Glee club; officer of Bucknell German fraternity and was on the debating squad last year. Members of -John Ashley Dennis post, American Legion, on Sunday placed flags on. veterans' graves at Morrisdale, Lone grave, Advent church, Cooper cemetery, Hawk Run, Winburne, Palestine, Pinchatolie, Fairview, Snow Shoe, Clarence and Moshannon. It was the ushering in of Memorial week. On Friday Rev. Paul F. Mickey of the United Brethren church will deliver the address in the Union cemetery, followed by ritual services by both the Grand Army and American Legion members. Three volleys will be fired and taps sounded. All exercises will be held in this cemetery owing' to the road leading to Philipsburg cemetery-being closed on account, of its being paved. The procession of veterans and auxiliaries will begin from the G. A. R. rooms at 10.15 a. m. In the' afternoon at 3 o'clock the opening game of the Centre-Clearfield league between Philipsburg and Houtzdale will be played at Scott field. Twenty-nine pupils of the Chester Hill schools have returned from their annual trip to'Gettysburg, made possible by the residents of that place who conducted food sales, parties, etc., to raise funds for the trip. Accompanying the pupils were Miss Carrie Fravel and Roy Morrison. They inspected the battlefields, the state capitol and otner interesting places on their* Journey to and from the historic battle ground. The trip was made by bus. Baccalaureate exercises for the graduates of Morris township High school Morrisdale, were held in £he Methodist church at that place Sunday, the church being well filled with the graduates, home folks and friends. Rev J. W. McMorris preached an inspiring and helpful sermon to the students urging them on to greater things in life. Music, both instrumental and vocal, was most pleasing. Class day exercises will take place this evening while commencement proper will be held Wednesday evening, May 28, a 8 o'cock, in the High school audi torium, twenty-three students receiving diplomas that night. John Ashley Dennis post, American Legion, the Ladies' auxiliary to the Legion, members of the Grand Army of the Republic and other war veteran attended the annual memorial service at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock Rev. J. F. Connelly, rector, in charge His sermon was a beautiful tribut to the fallen and living heroes of al wars and was most inspiring. Th church was crowded to capacity. Th Civil war veterans of Philipsburg are very few, but they turned out to pay respect to their deceased brotherH. Beautiful music featured the service. The explosion of a brooder and resultant fire in the chicken cqop at the Robert Woomer home in North Philipsburg shortly before noon Sunday caused damage estimated at $50 and the loss of about seveny-five small chicks. Both Reliance and Hope fire companies responded, their efforts being devoted to protecting nearby property from damage as the coop was doomed upon their arrival. Jack Webster, veteran air mail pilot, whose plane was wrecked on Rattlesnake ridge of Allegheny mountains last fall and as a result was badly injured and who wandered about the mountain in a daze when he was picked up by three philipsburgers who joined with scores of others in a search for him after it was learned he was missing, and who was a patient at Philipsburg State hospital for a long period recovering from arm, head and che'st injuries, is again in a hospital, this time at Newark, where it was found necessary to break his hand NEW PARIS Rev. T. O. Fuss, minister of the Ivangellcal church, delivered an ex- ellent sermon from Phil. 3-14, "I Dress toward the mark for the prize if the high calling of God In Christ esus," in the Methodist church on Sunday evening to the graduating lass and the High school students. The Special music and singing by the holr and the selection sung by the ew Paris men's chorus were all •ery much enjoyed by the large con- •regation. The latter part of the past week Miss Mildred Shoenthal of New Paris nd Miss Evelyn Shoenthal of Port- ge went to Indiana to attend alumni A choice assortment for Memorial Day at Uolluson's Greenhouse. 743-J. Adv. 1'houe GLASGOW Mrs. Mary Gill left Friday for Bedford Hills, N. Y., where she expects to spend some time. ,t the Indiana State Teachers' ege. I col- Howard toeaner and wife of Hyndman and Mrs. John Deaner of Sehells- urg and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Blackurn and daughter Anna Ruth of Hbl- Idaysburg were guests on Sunday at he home of Mrs. Emma Blackburn nd her daughter Mrs. Gertrude tfowry. Mr. and Mrs. Foster H. Berkebile nd family of Johnstown and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Colvln and son Billy of 'ittsburgh were visiting their uncle nd wife Mr. and Mrs. W. "J. Shoen- hal. Alexander Wireick of Detroit .was pending some time with his relatives at Windber and New Paris. He eturned on Monday. ' Miss Stella Grlftith of Oklahoma City, Harry Brugh of. Glade, Pa., G. I. Moniney of Joliet, 111., and John Watson of Cumberland were call- ng in town and were entertained at he Maple Tree inn the latter part of he week. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey H. Hiner and on Clark of Johnstown and Mr. and Mrs. John Hiner and family of Geis- own were spending the week-end at he home of tnelr mother Mrs. Annie . Hiner, west of town. Clifford Miller, Misses Mildred Hummel and Lillian Cuppett of Johnstown vere latter part of the week visitors lere with Miss Cuppett's relatives, Ars. Elsie Davis and daughters Misses Eva and Sara. Miss Elizabeth Taylor and Miss Jeannett Cuppett motored to Somerset on Friday afternoon, spending some time with friends. When returning Miss Dorothy Taylor accompanied them and spent the week-end it the home of her father J. Howard Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kornes and son John and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kerr and family of Johnstown on Sunday visited their relatives Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr, living west of town. Frank McGrew of Johnstown was spending Sunday with his sister Mrs. Annie Hiner, west of town. Miss Mildred Shoenthal went to Johnstown and visited relatives and friends. While there she attended a party and shower on Friday evening given by Miss Kathryn Frick at her home, 1138 Boyd avenue, in honor of Miss Kathryn Gocher. The juniors of the New Paris High school held a reception in honor of the seniors on Thursday evening in Cuppetts grove, a short distance north of town. The teachers were also invited. The evening was thoroughly enjoyed by the young folks in games, music and singing. At a seasonable hour delicious refreshments were served to these persons: Professor and Mrs. L. S. Swartz, Professor Ezra R. Snyder and Miss Mary Sue Blser; seniors class, Alvin Taylor, Fred Crissman, Henry Shoenthal, Evelyn Adams, Lavada Burkett, Alice Ferguson, Lanita Helman, Eva Moore, BELLWOOD A patriotic service of much. Inter- eat will be conducted tonight «t 7.30 by Rev. ft. /G. Dboley, pastor of the Logan Valley Baptist church. Joseph Anderson, Barnesboro, was a guest yesterday at the home of his grandparents Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Anderson. His father br. Guy •Anderson visited his parents on Sunday. The young man Is recovering from an auto accident some time ago. He will return In June to the University of North Carolina to take a summer course, making up for lost time since the 'accident. MARTINSBURG A baby girl came to tfie home of Mr) and Mrs. Fred Higgins on Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Teeter, accompanied by W. A. Replogle of Altoona, motored to Broad Top City on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kauffman of Curryville visited at the home of their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Keim and son on Sunday. Mrs. Annie Clapper of New Enterprise spent from Friday until Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Seedenburg. Misses Maggie and Mamie Myers of Altoona were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Teeter on Saturday. Mrs. Nannie Replogle and son Arthur Replogle were Saturday visitors at the same home. Monday was set by the trustees as cleanup day for Spring Hope cemetery. About ten men and one truck came and mowed the long grass and hahled the rubbish away. They also erected a new wire fence on the line between the driveway purchased from Mrs. J. H. Crofford and her land. ' Visitors of Miss Sue Border, guest at the home, Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Batzel and Mrs. Emma Penrode of Saxton, Mrs. John Zimmerman and son Bruce of Everett and Mrs. Clyde Border of Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Border and son expect to Jeave soon for New Jersey. Frank Brubaker of Cross Keys was a visitor at the home on Saturday. Mrs. Mollie Snowberger returned to the home on Sunday after spending five weeks at the home of her daughter Mrs. Elmer Price. Mrs. Price is home from the hospital and is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and.son Carl of Halter Creek were the guests of Miss Anna H. Sell on Sunday. Mrs. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Woy and Miss Eva Runyon of Everett were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Batzel, steward and matron at the home, on Sunday. Joe Fred Batzel, son of Mr. ' and Mrs. G. S. Batzel of Schenectady. N. Y., arrived by auto at the home on Monday evening to remain a week. William Mentzer of New Enterprise was admitted to the homo as a guest on Monday. \ Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ment/.er Just finished improving their property by installing a hot water heating system and laying a concrete walk the entire width of their lot along the street. JUKI AT A The Juntata Memorial day celebration outlook is encouraging and the committee In charge announce* the following program: Chief marshal, Dr. J. L. Hendricks Bruba' *g>; and itev. aides, Dr. C. s. kins!"'The paradTwill form at Fourth avenue and Fifteenth street and will proceed to Sixth street, to Sixth aVe- nue, to Second street, to Tenth avenue, to Third street, to Eighth avenue, to Fifth street, where a pause will be made at the Junlata Memorial monument to place a wreath In honor of our soldier dead and Maurice J. Hamilton, Blair county jail warden, will make an address and Rev. Jenkins will offer prayer. The parade will again form and march to Grandvlew cemetery where Professor Charles S. Knlss will be the speaker and Rev. W. W. Banks will Invoke divine blessing. A general invitation Is extended to.all churches, schools; War Mothers, Boy Scouts and any other organizations who will turn out and help to make .the celebration one of the best the town has eVer known. •• Winfleld Rosses of 805. Sixth street has been called to Barnesboro to attend the funeral of his nephew, Thomas McTobla. The little boy was killed by an automobile last Sunday. Trinity Lutheran church council at the regular meeting Monday evening made arrangements for a big men s strawberry social to be held Friday, June 13, at 8 o'clock. Every old and young" man of the congregation is invited. There will be plenty of fun, fellowship and feasting. J. H. Troutman was appointed to arrange for the feasting; Robert W. Flenner for the fellowship; J. B. Corbin and H. C. Ranck for the sale of tickets; Cyrus W. Wagner for music; W. A. Wagner was appointed to act as toastmaster, and John Mauk, president of the church council, to make the weloome address. The Willing Workers class of the Church of the Brethren Sunday, school will meet Thursday evening . at the home of Mrs. McKendree in Wehn- •tfood. All members are urged to be present. Mrs. A. W. WMfht and grandsons. Paul and Blllifl Httnttfr, have returned to their home in W.lftenester, Va., after a week's visit At th* hojje of Mr and Mrs. W. H. MtHltl, flO Sixth avenue. They were hefB td Attend the .commencement exer'eweii «;. the Altoona hospital ThufsdS* May 22, their daughter *». Mrs. Frances Hanna, being A member of the graduating class 6f. ««**«»•' . Mr. and Mrs. Guy RhykSwl, 1018 Broadway, are happy over the of a fine son. The young Alan born Sunday morning, May SB.Ahd has been named Robert Wayne. Mother and baby are getting along flne. The ladies of the Junlata chapter, American War Mothers, will participate In the Junlata Memorial day exercises and they are requested tomeet at the Y. M. C. A. at 8.30 Friday morning, where they will bn taken care of in automobiles. The boys and girls of the Junior department of Trinity Lutheran Sunday school are requested to meet promptly at 7-o'clock this evening at the church to rehearse for Children's 1 day. More than sixty young people of the Intermediate and Senior Epworth leagues of the Wesley Memorial Methodist church enjoyed an Indian hike last evening, starting from the church and going to the J. E. Swartz farm In Homers gap. Upon arriving at their destination, the hikers held services, followed by a social time with a wiener roast being enjoyed. Upwards of fifteen young people, affiliated with the Asbury Methodist church, Joined the j crowd at the Homers gap school. " — M. S. G. Mellott, pastor of the churches, was one of the hikers in the party. '. Rev.j|> e twor^^ JUNIATA THEATBE Today and Tomorrow "NO NO NANETTE" With An All Star Cant Vltapliono Comedy and Fox Movietone News OSCEOLA MILLS Mrs. R. Sterling and daughter Ruth have returned from a pleasant visit with their son and brother James Sterling at Washington, Pa. CARROLLTOWN Mrs. John Musser of Barnesboro nd a party of friends from Altoona and Harrisburg have planned a summer of travel abroad and will sail on Paul Reeve and mother^ Mrs. Kath- the S. S. Duchess of Bedford, em- Charles Askew I barking at Montreal, C*an., July 4. ELDORADO ryn Reeve and Mrs. of Baltimore visited Mrs. Sue Pie during the week. Miss Louise Estep of Pittsburgh is visiting at the Jones home, being called here to attend the funeral of John Jones. Mrs. GGeorge Shaeffer of Philadelphia is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. V A. Hall. Mrs. Harry Pownell. returned to her home here on Friday.N-ecovering somewhat from the injuries she suffered in the taxi accident at the Presbyterian hospital, Philadelphia. Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Faus accompanied by their son Raymond, returned home Saturday evening from Bloomsburg, where they visited rela- The itinerary of the group will include England, Holland, v Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland and France, also a side trip to Obcrammergau, where they will witness the Passion play, July 23. The return trip will be made on the new S. 3. Lafayette, which will come to the port of New York. The husband of Mrs. Musser was a candidate for the assembly In tho last primaries, but WHS defeated by Thomas C. Evans. Miss Irene Kirkpatrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kirkpatrick ot Carrolltown, was married to Harvey Lee of Mahuffey, at Cumberland, Md., May 20. The bridegroom Is employed in Ebensburg. Mrs. Anna Binder and Miss '/osephlne Schimming-jr of Louise Willis, Otto, Ruth Alice Rogers, Leone Mock; Juniors, Eva Davis, Dorothy Miller.. Florence Lohr, Fern Yeager, Ethel Dull, Ethel Gordon, Erdean Nunemaker. Elsie Corle, James Shoenthal, Robert Cuppett, Homer Weaver, Dwight Miller, Carl Wendell, Harr,y Long. Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Sutcr and children spent Saturday afternoon at Fishertown visiting the cemetery. Mrs. Gertrude Mowry returned from a trip to Johnstown and Windber spending a few days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. James Seese of Central City and daughter Dona were spending the week-end here with relatives. BELLEFONTE LOYSBURG Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Miller of Roaring Spring were callers in town uo Saturday. over, the injured member not healing as rapidly as it should. Jack made many friends while in Philipsburg, who visited him at the hospital frequently. One hundred guests were present at the annual banquet tendered the graduating class of Philipsburg High school at the Philips hotel Wednesday night. The banquet tables were adorned with blue iris and white bridal wreaths, blue and white being the class colors. Speeches were made by a number of those present, while Fred Robinson of Curwensville entertained the guests in his usual pleasing way. In 'the past forty-four years there have been 900 graduates from Philipsburg High school, and this year's class is the largest in the his lory of the school. Mrs. Alice Whlttaker Chenowetli, wife of Edward Chenoweth, died at the home, of her parents in Cleveland, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. She was a daughter of Edward and Jane Whittaker and was born in Bellefonte 27 years ago. She is survived by her husband, parents, two sisters and a brother, Mrs. Edward Russell, of New Haven, Conn.; Mrs. Edward Ellenton, of Baltimore, Md., and Edward Whittaker at home. The remains were brought to the home of her grandmother Mrs. William Hampton on Sunday, and funeral services were held Tuesday morning in the St. John's Episcopal church in charge of Rev. Stuart Gast. Interment was made in the Union cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Billett have returned to their home in Williamsport after spending two weeks at the home of their son Nelson Billett. Miss Esther Fulton, Miss Catherine Gardner, Miss Ann Badger and Mrs. Gleen Johnston, all of Bellefonte, attended the alumni exercises at the Teachers' College at Lock Haven, Saturday. H. B. Mallory and son-in-law Paul Bennett and grand-son Bertan Bennett of Altoona were guests over the weekend at the M. R. Johnson home on Spring street. During the past week quite a number of dead fish, both trout and suckers, have been seen floating on the water in McCoy's dam, and the query Is where do they come from and what bas caused their death? Naturally first conclusions would be that a chemical of some kind is being flushed into the stream from one or more of Bellefonte's industrial plants but Saturday evening a fisherman up along Spring creek discovered quite a number of dead suckers floating down stream, so if there is any thing in the water that is killing the lish it is considerably | above the streams in Belleioute, Mrs. Paul Collins and children Paul, jr., and Alma Grace of Huntingdon, are spending the week with Mrs. Elvin C. Myers of the Methodist parsonage. 'The ofHcial board of Fifty-eighth Street Methodist church recently elected these officers for the ensuing year: President, E. C. Myers; vice president, C. C. Sadler; secretary, Lloyd Barnett; financial secretary, '-Ed. T. Knipple; assistant financial secretary, Mrs. E. T. Knipple; treasurer current expense fund, Oscar Burkhart: treasurer of benevolences, E. B. Hirst. Robert Shultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Shultz of Flushing, N. Y., has returned with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Shultz of 500 Fifty- eighth street and will visit with them for some time. Mrs. Oscar Burkhart of 5715 California avenue is confined to her home with an attack of inflammatory rheumatism. - Mrs. J. F. Lane of Harrisburg visited last week at the home of her cousin Mrs. Arthur Calvert of 5400 Montrose avenue. Rev. E. C. Myers of the Fifty-eighth Street Methodist church parsonage is attending a young .people's convention at Lake Geneva, Wis. He left Sunday evening and will be gone all week. Eldorado baby clinic met Friday afternoon with nineteen babies present. A milk demonstration was given by Mr. Brazzle who stressed the necessity of milk in a child's diet, and also explained the different grades of milk. Prayer service at the Fifty-eighth Street Methodist church this evening at 7.45 o'clock. Eldorado Parent-Teacher association met last Monday evening, Harry H. Beacham leading.the devotions. Miss Emma Williams rendered a piano solo. The Girls' octet of the Altoona High school rendered several selections. Mario Del Bianco rendered two violin selections, accompanied by Miss Alma Eborlc. Professor Charles S. Kniss was the speaker of the evening. Rev. Myers spoke briefly on the vacation Bible school and the association voted to again have the school if it is possible to again have the school building an has been the custom heretofore. Officers elected for the ensuing year are as follows: President, Harry Beacham; first vice president, Mrs Lloyd Edwards; second vice president, Walter M. Garvln; secretary, Miss Kathryn Callin; treasurer, Mrs. Nannie Mercer. sis of Mrs. Under, were nioloik ;.-i nt Carrolltown ",unclay vhen they visited Mrs. Rose -Vrubaugh. ' The farm home of Victor Kline, who o. v/. Minns and daughter Virglnlu ..,.-. .., . - . motored to Detroit Saturday where - Iist! Ann » * ol! '.V «nd Virginia has accepted a position. "'""der of Renovo, iruea Robert Savage and John Cathor- wood motored to Lorain, O., where they visited relatives. Mrs. Ernest Hartley of Newark is a guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. ! Besides adjacent to Hastings, caught ^__. * ill,.,. r»n»t n nnn t*\r F*»n r»-» u JIM! rvi«O\f a net John Smith of Jersey Shore is n guest at the home of Rev. Paus. „. . Mr and Mrs. Robert Edwards and ' Sunday afternoon. The timely arrival children of Colllngwood are visiting I of tho firemen prevented a greater Irs. Viola Edwards. | 'oas than part of tho roof on the Miss Pruella Moore spent Ihe 'week'; ',:ouac. end with her sister Dr. Mary Moore, . Dr. E. F. Arble and son Fred mo- lire from a spark from a chimney assistance was called from th Hastings Fire company about 2 o'clock in Philadelphia. i lured to Philadelphia Sunday to re- Mrs. S. J. Weaver is on extended inain for a couple of days. The latter visit with relatives in Robersburg. • in u student of the University of Pitts- Mrs. Robert Gaw. nee Anna Jack- i Ijurgh and came to Carrolltown Sat,daughter Patricia Ann, Mrs. ! nrday In mnkc the trip with his father. Emma Crosby and Mrs. Janet Kromor of Pittsburgh spent a few days week with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boone. Mrs. Harold Biddle and son of Wilkinsburg is visiting at the home ul Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Biddle. / A. Lee Edwards and son Lcc, jr.. of Harrisburg spent the week one! at their home here. v Mrs. S.^B. Isenberg and Mrs. H. L. DeSales Swltzler and other relatives f L)nn Switzlor. tho latter a patient I with pneumonia at his home In Al- KMIU. were in Altoorui a.<.;uln to visit H\ puifiil. vv'.-.o in Ktill u very sick "•n. IIr. : -id •!;•«. Wllbci- U; hn and chll- r.i c.'nl M;-. and Mrs. John McCann ,' Altr/onu wi'io Sunday guests at the :•! ic ol' !.>. and Mrs. James Green. A cl;'.is of boys and girls will re- Hewes attended the class" play Thurs- , ,. ( ;| V o llrst holy communion at St. day evening and the baccalaureate acr mon Sunday evening of the Ramuy graduation class. LAKEMONT Mrs. Charles Goldfarb of Elm .street, who was operated on several weeks ago in a Philadelphia hospital, has ru- covered enough to be ablo to return home. She is now recuperating at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Karp in Altoona, getting along as well as may be expected. Miss Elizabeth Bunker of First avenue is (spending several days in Pittsburgh attending a church board meeting. Mrs. W. A. Figard of. Wliarton avenue Is spending the week at the home of her father Mr. Shaw in Riddleaburg. Flrst HUHH shoe repair shop. Klou- trlo machinery. While you wait service. 131 N. J'lnc Htrcet. Adv. j'.enediul'H rhuiiih at the 8 o'clock mass Ascension Thursday. On Friday, Memorial day. there will be a high mass celebrated for thu soldier dead at the same church. Fox-Pcale, post, American Legion, and the American Legion auxiliary, both organizations of Carrolltown, will attend the service. Oscar Binder, Rudy Miller and James Spense, Jr., all of Hastings, motored to New York city to spend a couple of days with friends. The return trip was made Sunday. ROARING SPRING MI'UINO TIIKATRH UYdnrmluy mid 'I'liiirailuy, Muy 28 & 'M "C01IKNS AM) KKM.V IN SCOTLAND" with niwrlto Murray, ctaorgo Sidney, Vora Garden and Kate Prior. Heo this hilarious quartet romp through Scotland In kilts. LLYSWEN The members of the Epworth league of the Llyswen Methodist church held their May meeting Friday evening at the home of Harold Dunlap of Whittier avenue with a good attendance. It being time for election of officers, the result was as follows: President, Mlas Mae Reed; lirst vice president, Charles Lenning; second vice president, Elsie Esper; third vice president, Marian Kelley; fourth vice president, Paul Penning; secretary, Inez Bering; assistant secretary, Marjorie Stephenson; treasurer, George Seward; asslat- unt treasurer, Harold Dunlap; pianist, Verna Bering; assistants, Marjorie Stephenson and Richard Hewitt. A social time followed playing games and was featured with delicious refreshments. The next meeting will be held in the church. Mrs. W. L, McCullough and Mrs. James McKnight spent a few days at their cottage at the Methodist training camp at Nnwton Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clapper and daughter Virginia spent Saturday visiting relatives in Gettysburg. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. England of Aldrich avenue spent the week end visiting relatives in Mechanicsburg. Mrs. Grace Thompson of Clearlield spent a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McNeil of Coleridge avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoke spent a few days visiting in Philadelphia. Charlotte and hue!la Laudenslayer of Horningside avenue are spending Hie week, visiting in Philadelphia. 'l^T-~ .Here is one means of reproduced m ii si <• that has the universal support of great musfeians. Paderewski. . Damrosch . . . . Stravinsld . . Newman . . Pianists, music authorities, composers and critics of all countries endorse The AudioGraphic DUO-ART PIANO Winter Music Store 1415 llth Avenue YU/l'Olt — St'AKTON — ZKMTIl UAUJO

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