Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1930 · Page 26
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 28, 1930
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I V..$ \fa Mlaft , BtWttiftell flUrlng thd t at the Preibyteriafi rtatise, Pehn «t'*et, as the guests of the pastor, ReV. T. Stacy Capet* ahd wife. The Millards motored to £61)idayflbu*g ':-to cast their vdte*. ••'• :,• the.' chabel services in the High •School on Monday miming were of a Very interesting character. The pro- gtfrtl was in charge of Miss Margaret Mellroy, A member of the faculty. Mis* Mcilroy introduced Mrs. Donald Young,, wife of Professor Donalor Young of the High school faculty, who entertained the student body With a plario recital. TWo outstanding numbers 6f ihe 1 program were "Impromptu" by Hugo Reinhold and "Serenade 0 by Victor Herbert. Mrs. Young's muslcale •"'wad greatly appreciated by tne stu- dehl body as well as by the members, of the faculty. The Holllday.sbUrg summer checker tournament will start June 1. Forty 'players have already entered and anyone else In Blair county caring to enter • may call R. B. Weir, 223-J. •• Mrs. Perry B. MOore of 613 Walnut street, who Recently sustained a fractured limb When, She was struck by • an automobile and has since been a patient in the Me'rcy hospital, Altoona, is steadily improving. She hopes ' to be able to return to her home In Hollldaysburg next week. MM. William B. Reed of 525^Hickory Street, has returned > home from a Week's visit In Philadelphia, where she Was the gUeSt of her uncle, William B. Bunker and Ms daughter, Miss Belle Bunker. Mr. Bunker and his daughter have resided at the Walton hotel for many years and Mr. Bunker, who is^ ft native of Hollldaysburg, is now 90-years of age. He was born and raised' In Hollidaysburg, being a brdther of the late Henry L. Bunker of HollidayBburg and of the late B. M. .Blinker of Altoona. Desplta his advanced years Mr. Bunker enjoys fair health jind activity and is able to walk out on the streets daily* Frank A. Madden of 319 Franklin street who has been confined to his home, for some time is able to be out again. ' . Miss Miriam Brandt of 325 Franklin 'Street, Miss Margaret Noss and Miss Frances Sease of East Hollldaysburg, three members of the faculty of the Hollidaysburg High school, have returned home from ft week-end visit to Kittannlng, where they were entertained at the home' of Miss Noss' par- .enta, -R6v. and Mrs. Charles Noss. Mrs. John Meyers of 304 Montgomery street was the victim of a painful accident at her home last 'week. A tea pot full of hot tea • was accidentally broken and the scalding liquid was scattered over her right ankle and foot. The Injured member was dressed by the family physician and no serious results are anticipated. The Hollidaysburg poosters association announces that the Booster stores of the coutity capital will be open on Thursday'evening, May 29, and will'be closed all day on Friday, May 30, in observance of Memorial day. The annual luncheon o£ the Alumnae and Students' association of Highland Hall will be hold at the Blairmont Country club on Saturday, May 31, at 1 o'clock. The class day exercise of ;the school will, be held on Saturday evening, May 31, \at 7 o'clock, on the campus." The baccalaureate services will be held in the aodltprium of the First Presbyterian church oh Sunday morning, June 1, at 11 o'clock. The speaker will be Rev. Chester B. Emer«on, D. D. His subject will be "The Stars or Nothing." On Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, Earle- Spicer, baritone, will give a concert at Highland Hall. Vespers will , be held at the achool on i Sunday evening at 7.30 .o'clock. The commencement exercises . will be held on Monday morning, Juno 2, at 11 o'clock, in the auditorium of the First Presbyterian church. In honor of his twelfth birthday anniversary, Robert Preston, the interesting son of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Preston of 710 Penn street, delightfully entertained a number of his friends at the home of his parents on Saturday afternoon." A fine program of unique games and contests were featured, after which supper was served. The festal board was adorned with ' a birthday cake, festooned with twelve candles. The host was the recipient of a choice collection of beautiful and useful gifts. The June meeting of the Hojlidays burg borough council will be held on' Monday evening, June 2, at 7.30 o'clock, in the council chamber in the municipal hall. Rev. J. E. Strlne, pastor of the Pine Street Church of God, announces that the East Pennsylvania convention in- atttute of the Churches of God will convene in the local Church of God Tuesday, June 17, at 7.30 p. m. and will continue two full days. This promises to be the most outstanding program on Sunday school and Christian JEndeavor work ever sponsored by this body, and a special appeal is made to the schools and societies of this district to take advantage of this form of religious instruction. It also promises to be inspirational, therefore you will not want to miss the many good things which this Convention will provide. The monthly meeting of the Holll- daysburg board of education will be held on Monday evening, June 2, at 7.30 o'clock in the office of Superintendent Calvin V. Erdly at the Central building. The semi-monthly meeting of Fort Fetter Post No. 616, American Legion, wijl be held on M6nday evening, June f at 7.SO o'clock, in the post rooms, In tha Wolf block, corner of Allegheny and Front streets. The monthly meeting nnd social of the Cornerstone class of the First ,.-.•' A ':V. • . tli™ • •.' •• , . Mr, and MM. WafiMh Bfu-ftibftugh of Altoona were ^efttemifled on Sund by M*. aftd *!»». mfW Sfi»h tt faftiily. ,- .••.;' . , ; : ••:.•• , < ' <R«V. And MfA. J, M. Rowland ftnd daughter Ruth of WoodBury called on Mrs. Nancy Mock and foster daughter Miss Alice Baker on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram fteplogle called oh Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Bush And family and oft Mr*. Nancy Mock and Misi Alice Bake* durlhg Sunday after- •nbon, • . i . Mr. and Mrs., John Mock and family visited Christian Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glass and daughters of Henrietta on Sunday. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kettgy and three children of MartlHsburg' were' entertained at' dinner on Sunday .by ReV. L. B. HooVer and daughter Miss Mabel. Rev. and 'Mrs. J. W. Albertson were guests at dinner oh Sunday! of Mr: and Mrs. David Graybijl an'd family of MillerstoWn. ' Mr. and Mrs, Fred Burget and ion Junior of Everett and Mrs. H. B. Stonerook of Curryvilie were entertained at dinner on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.'D. S. Burget. Franklin kehsinger and Mr. and Mrs. William Evans of Saxton visited Mr. and Mrs. Ira Burget and family on Sunday. Mrs. Burget returned with them with ' 'the expectation of spending a sojourn of two weeks ' in Saxton. Mrs. Burget, who has' been confined to her bed for many months, has improved ^ sufficiently to walk about the house and the home grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Sollenberger sperit Sunday at WHllartlsburg where they visited Mr. Sollenberger's parents Mr. 'and Mrs. David Sollenberger. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Kauffman and baby, of Martinsburg, R. D., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kauff man. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rhodes called on Mrs. Jane Shrlver of Martinsburg. Mrs. Shriver is in poor health. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. C. W.. Oerhart of Altoona were guests on Sunday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. J. B.' Miller. A group of members of the Curry- vilie Sunday achool of the Church of the Brethren gathered at the home of George Stayer on Sunday afternoon to hold rellgloUs services for the benefit of Mr. Stayer, who has been a shut-in for several years. They also discussed the Sunday school lesson. Mr. Stayer greatly, appreciates the thoughtfulness and good-will of his neighbors, who so freely gave of their time and efforts in his behalf. He hopes that they will return to his home frequently for the same purpose. t Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoover and two children of Hickory pottom were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hoover and family. Chester Musselman spent the weekend with his parents at Claysburg. The Missionary society of the Cross Roads Church of» the Brethren will give a special program at the church next Sunday evening, commencing at 7.30 o'clock. A cordial invitation Is extended to the resld6nts of the community to come to this service. Mr. ' and Mrs. I. F. -Zook, Mr. and Mrs. W arren Frederick, Daughter Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hinlsh, son Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and son Donald, Miss Ruth Zook and Clalr Price, following Sunday school at the local Church of the Brethren, 1 motored to the hunting lodge at Paradise Furnace, Huntingdon county, where they had lunch and spent the afternoon very pleasantly. With the inauguration of the latest cold snap, our residents were obliged to lay In their summer's supply of coal. While the prevailing high winds prevented frost, the low temperature has stunted the growth of vegetation very greatly. Weakened by the cold, the garden truck is thus rendered more susceptible to the inroads of insect pests, which are unusually destructive this season. Owing to the illness of Mrs. Mary Leathorman, evangelist, thq series of evangelistic meetings which was scheduled to open at the Dlehl Cross Roads Church of the Brethren last Sunday for a two weeks' period, was postponed. If the evangelist's 'state of health will permit, the meetings will begin June 19. Methodist church will be held on Monday evening, June 2, at 7.30 o'clock in tho recreation hall, of .the church. .The June meeting of the Hollidays- bvirg branch of the Women's Chrls- tion Temperance Union, will, be held on Tuesday evening,. June 3, at 7.30 o'clock at the residence of the president. Mrs. J. W. Stltzel, of 416 Wayne street. The many friends of Mrs. W. M. Bouslaugh of 711 Jones street will regret to learn that her mother Mrs. Agnes B. Culp died yesterday at Tlm- mlns hospital, Bedford. The -body was sent to Wilklnsburg where funeral services will be held from the home of her niece Mrs., Charles Moyer of 8020 Susquehanna street. I-YKIO THEATHK Wednesday I.aiiru La Plunte In "HOLD YOUR MAN." Also ' Tarznn the Tiger, chapter 5, and comedy, "Marking 1 Time," and Oswald in Kuce Blot. SPECIAL THURSDAY Individual Lamb Pot Pie— Including bread, butter, coffee, 2 vegetables and FAMOUS RESTAURANT St.. Next to Alt City Bunk Your Old Range ANY KIND AN* MAKlT IS STILL WORTH If You Purchase the New Westinghouse Automatic Electric Before June 1st Cook Without Dirt, Soot or Grease. With Greater Economy and Efficiency Demonstration* Daily Without Cunt or Obligation Pcnn Centra .Mfc aM Mrs. HfciMy HlMij* aM sah JfeWf, jr., of Lock Haven jjBenl'sfev* >*al days'fith I. S. Milter toil family. Miss Mft'rie. Lelghty entertained & number of hef seh&ol friends from ttoilidaysburg High school at a wiener roast on f hursday eyeftittg. ' At the Children's day seWlce Sunday morning, ait offering will be received for the fressfer orphans' ihonie at LoysViile. I Mr. and Mrs. riiram Wilt of Altoona were visiting Mr. Wilt's brother Che'ster On Sunday. Mf. Wilt had b<*en confined to 'his home 'by.illness but is now showing slight improvement. William Buckle, who was seriously ill at his home, is Improving. Edward Beegle and Wilford Black, the two motorcycle accident victims', are* getting along well. Wilford is at his home and Under the care Of the family physician and Edmund is still a patient at Altoona hospital. Mrs. Eliza App, who lost her home by fire last fall, has. rebuilt a small house on the Site of the one destroyed and moved into it on Saturday. Mrs. George Franks, Ruth Hlggins, and Mary Jane Hoover of Hollidays' burg, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shilling and Mrs. Mary Shilling of Sylvan Hills, Misses Marie and.Evelyn Sell and Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Glldae arid baby of Hollldaysburg were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs: Blaln Sell. Miss Leora Heuston' of Roaring Spring spent several days,tat, the- home of her uncle Harry. Shaw 'a*d family. Mr. and Mrs. M/.i.C. Banks of Slippery Rock were Monday guests Of Mrs. Banks'v brother Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peck and family. A birthday dinner was. enjoyed on Sunday 'at the home of Mrs. Margaret Thompson, who celebrated the occasion by having a number of her children and grandchildren present. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs, Charles Thompson and son and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wilt of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Martin and son Edwin of Dun* cansville, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eger and children Raymond and Ruth and Mr. and Mrs. Edward MOyer ahd baby of west of NeWry, and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moses and sons Delmont and Leroy. Mr. and Mrs. Blwood Butler and children, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hileman of Roaring Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Franks and baby-of Hollidaysburg, Mrs. Joseph Kitzinger and Mrs: Morris of Altoona were" late 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cassidy. Recent guests of Mrs. Ellen Caasldy were Mr. and iXrs. Thomas.Daugherty and daughters Grace and Geraldlne, Clifford Hutton and Mr. and Mrs. WH- llam Smyt'hmeyer of Swlssvale ahd Mr. and Mrs; Charles Ott and children of Altoona. . , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meintel and children of Altoona were visiting John Wertz and family. / Dr. and Mrs. Louis W eav er and children Catherine, Frank and Louis of York sperit Sunday^wlth Mrs. Catherine Weaver and son George at their home west of Newry. M£3W0ftM held kt S. Wert- M$o : *fof tHe 1 SuMay S&otHs t<St y'May. 46, Is as follow*: p^esby* , iti, |8,26; Methodist, 115, $f.28; m »7.7t. A «*i? enjoyable 1 party Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. nifttl on Saturday evening, May. 2'4. Tjhe evening was spent in games and music. A' delicious luncheon was served. At a late hour all returned to their ftothea thanking Mr. and Mrs. Wertman for their kind 'hospitality. Those present were i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Piper' of LewlsWwn, Mr. ahd Mrs. George Bell of Spruce Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Knode and son Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. dMeSler Pollock, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vawier, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Koser, Mr." ana Mrs. jOavld Harshbarger,' Mr. ftnd Mrs. Fenton Mickey, Ernest Kennedy, Mtrs.vW. V. Itinger, Mrs. Charles Spyker and son Walter, Mrs. Retta Davis, Mrs. Austin tsenberg, Mrs. Frank Myers*and son Frank, Mrs. Austin Brown, Mrs. Myrtle Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. 3. S. We*tman and fattliyi Mrs. Nellie Rttchey and , daughter and son 'spent Saturday in Warriors Mark. Memorial day exercises'Will be held at 10.30 a. m. on Friday, May^ 30; In the Alexandria cemetery. In case Of rain services will be held in the public library. Ernest Neff of Altoona spent Sunday with his mother Mrs. Samuel Neff. Miss Claire States, a nurse from the ,Luther hospital, New York, la visiting her mother Mrs. Emma States. A birthday surprise party was'given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George SpachTin honor of their son Donald's 13th birthday. Donald received many useful and beautiful gifts. Delicious refreshments were served. Those present were Misses Myrtle and Pearl Learner, Martha Focht,. Anna and Clara Kern, Mary Swan, Velma Lankard, Betty Whlttaker, Elisabeth Slpes, Robert Walker, Earl and Billy Turnbaugh, George and Theodore Focht, Ben Kern, Ralph and Paul Swan, George Green, Charles Fitzgerald, Mrs. Retta Dayls, Mr. and Mrs. George Spacht and Children Edna, Anna Mae, Jean and Kenneth. AH IDEAL TIME to have teeth extracted with- SWEET AIR Registered in V. B. Pat. Office. Gums frozen for':those request- Ing same. Falie Teeth a Specialty DR. SHOR 1112 12 Ave.. 2 Floor, Phone 2-1929 Hours: Dally V •, m. to « p. in. Mon., Wed.. Sat., to 8 p. m. THE GIFT OF/THE HOUR Beautiful, modern, incomparably convenient —the; Perpetual Self- Winding Watch. <I It winds itself by the normal movement of the arm. It cannot be over- wound. Unqualifiedly guaranteed, flf It is fashionable, completely dependable—and the most-interesting gift of the year. - Easy l>ymenti To Suit You 1125 Eleventh Ave. ALTOONA'S BIGGEST AMUSEMENT VALUE S WARNER BROTHERS WV TRAN!) EVERYBODY'S SWEETHEART Her flirtations are the scandal of' the town! In love with love, but afraid of it, until her unknown husband comes to life. season Strange? Why it's the 'funniest picture we have shown this son. Much better than "Hard'To Get." Vou couldn't wish for more! OUR DARLING DOROTHY MACKAILL IN "HOLLAND" Warner Hrotluirs .Natural Color Act COMEDY SOUND NEWS —STARTING FRIDAY— 14TH ANNIVERSARY WEEK OUR BIRTHDAY YOUR PARTY A Talking Picture That Will Make HUlory GREAT MOTHER LOVE A Tremendous Drama That Will Thrill and Inspire! SOUTH ALTOONA -' ' .• • . .~** * . ; MM. JonH ft, Lytle »< IMS road )« visiting hef »6n ahd datighter- ln*la,tf Btf. and «r». Albert Lytla at With BELLE BENNETT Mrs. H. M.- Overly ot 410 th»rtf» setreritft street, accompanied by Her granddaughter Miss Louise Clawson, were recent visitors in Bellefonte. Mrs. John Dugan spent Monday at the home of her mother Mrs. Samuel Roudabuah of Fourth avenue. ' J. W. Kelley.tff Yourigstbwh, 0., is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy sutton of 42$ Fortieth street; Miss Rebecca Lyons of Lakethtmi Terrace spent Friday at tha home of Miss Marian Lyons of 4003 Fifth avenue.- " • > Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sutton and fanv- ily of 42U Fortieth street, accompanied by J. W. Kelley of YOuwgstoWn, spent Thursday with friends in Johns* town: Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Lyons, daughter Marian and son Bruce, of 4003 Fifth avenue motored to Bedford on Sunday. James Peel of CUrWensvllle spent Sunday at his home here. BUCKHORN Thomas Vale of J PhlHpsburg visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Delaney on Sunday evening/ while pass- Ing through to his home. Mr. Vale had Just returned from an extended trip to Texas. MOUNTUNION , Mr. and Mrs. Ranzel Rager of Burnham were week-end guests of the latter's sisters, Misses Edith and Nora Rebensteln. ' - A May festival of music and hom« talent trill be given in the Mardorf Steth&dist church Oft Thursday evening, May 36, by the ladles of class No. i of tn* Sunday school. The admission fee trtlf be 15 cents and at the close-of the entertainment the ladles will serve a cafeteria, the proceeds will go towards the clam pledge to the building fund. The ladles of this clans would like Very much to have a large attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Denbaugh and family motored to Imlertown, Bedford county, on Sunday and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Defibaugh. Harry Dawney of Chicago was & visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Becker and family. ''Mrs. J. F. Foutz was a pleasant caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Denbaugh and family on Monday evening. • • Mrs. S. B. Kllllnger returned home after spending a pleasant visit in Pittsburgh. Have Yotir Hats and Garments Cleaned Now for Decoration Day at the Central Hat & Dry Cleaner Quick Service, Skilled Workmanship 111* llth Ave. Phone J-9J78 If I >^aZi* « *—' * " M yfr 'TZ. nfiffi 11 A. M. to 11.30 P. M. TODAY Ifi Town-TaAc DRAMA BY BAYARD VEILLER FEATURE TIME—11.50 A. M., 1.50, S.50. 5.50, 7.50 P. M. AND A CORKING GOOD' PROGRAM OF SHORT FEATURES STARTING THIS , SATURDAY SHEARER The Molt Daring of Modem Stories in . Iti Disclosure of Divorce ; ALL FUN WEEK KIDDIES ANY TIME 15c CodtlEjM World" ond -Mot For FIFIDORSAY Also Sunny Short Subjects WILftUU* LrtTAM TASHM A^ KMC* MovMioiM' GMMVJF• Ntt FEATURE TIME 11.52, 1.53, 3.54, 5J5, 7.56, 9:57 STARTING SATURDAY AT 11 A. M. The-Screen Sensation NOW! The Screen's Bird. of Paradise JVIore Charming Than Ever! brings you a story that's set to the lilting strains of Dixie harmony — packed with tense moments of love and love's sacrifice — filled with drama and enacted by a cast -of your worth a visit to the Capitol. A FIRST NATIONAL & VITAPHONE PICTURE fi«* 1 ^P Adapted from Adapted story by Octavua Roy Cohen. Directed by LLOYD BACON "Ride 'Em Cowbo y —A c t s—P aramount News. Starts Saturday NANCY CARROLL In THE DEVIL'S HOLIDAY' NOW! Further Adventures of x Dr. Fu Manchu! Death Fails To Quench His Fiery Hate. HE'S ALIVE! Everybody Thought Him Dead! But He's Alive! THE RETURN .OF You thought he died in "The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu"! He didn't! He's thrillingly alive! In a brand new adventure! Again you iee Warner Gland as the devilish doctor; O. P. Heggie, the detective; Neil Hamilton, Jean Arthur as the menaced lovers. A new thrill treat! I, "EARLY BIRD" MATINEE DAILY 10.00 .\. M. TO U.Wt NOOX— 15c; It.UU NOON 1'U «-*! f. Desperate Sam" — Vitaphone Acts — Sound Starts Friday CLARA BOW In "TRUE TO THE NAV1P

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