' WHO MAKE tFECt RECORDS TV Mowing Spring. iftss •di) the gfnd<? departments tftfe RoaJflnp Spring schools were Curing .the term just ended, and tft» Instructors, cooperating with the WJtef?1«ing prlnfclpal In completing tt* promotion work, announce the fol- tofelng promotions In the various de- t»Jttmems of the grade schools. Pu- jpUS In the following grades will move Gp dne grade: Grade 1, Helen Martin, teacher— Ktetth Albright, Wilbert Burket, Cecil Butler, Jack .Bowers. Richard Knuff- *«t.i, Dale Long, Donald McGee, ,<!Hfcr1es Marker, Clarence Snydcr, tjennls Walter, Robert Keith, Robert IMtwIler, June Boyle, Marjorie Bow- WSL, Virginia Butler. Helen Clnnr. Mil** dre<S Dick, Mae Foor, Phyllis Gates. SJ Mary Jane Hall, Ida Harland, Opal Jl Helsel, Doris Kite, Elsie Keith, Louise t & Manspeaker, Pauline Metzger, Mary lAlfce Miller, Vera McNally, Ruth ati» ft«ssel, Edna Raugh, Phyllis Shaw, «-*Elva Smeltzer, Leona Jane Shoenfelt. ** Ruth Nicodemus. Grade 1, Leonore G. Garvcr. tencher ith Barley, Shirley Burk. Betty ____ •, Odene Feathers, Betty Hart- *—.lnan, Anna Helsel, Virginia Helsel, —TtVfllp^ Long. Betty Mathias. Suznnna f Mentzer, Ruth Miller, Dorothy Mor? gart, Betty Ray, Helen Reffner. Lois J RHey, Mildred Shoenfelt. Alice Smith, L Margaret Swoope, Florence Burket, g, Caroline Plunket, Glenn Ayers, Max * Bfirke. Carl Butler. Wilferd Delozier, * Jay Furry, Fred Heuston. Mnthew * Hiney, Percy McNally, Paul Marsden, '$* Donald Hoover. J Grade 2, Gertrude M. Gill, teacher— ^ Irvin Baker, Harold Beegle, Roy De* lozier, " Gerald Dick, Lloyd Feathers, •» Lep Garlick, Max Green. Joseph ,1 Hamilton, Glenn Helsel, Robert Herf" ton, Wilbert Ketner, Bysfl-d Long, Mel* vln Metzger, Donald Reynolds, Donald *5?'"Jteplogle, Robert Saylor, Dale Shoen^.felt, William Smith, Alton Thompson, r5*^J&net Baker, Mary Beach, Dorothy Q, Foor, Elizabeth Gates, Naomi Geist, *jr June Kauflman, Elizabeth Keith, •vt Audrie Mentzer. Nancy Metzker, Ruth s* Mock, Doris Moore, Ila Shoenfelt, ** Kathryn Smeltzer, Shirley Thompson, *T Helen Barley, Helen Stiffler. «*i Grade 2, Elizabeth P. Garber, teach- l§ er—Warren Burket Jr., (conditioned), >^ Eugene Carpenter, (conditioned), Har- C* old Coppersmith, Gerald Curry, Eugene *•* Dick, Dean Hayes, (conditioned), Rob^ ert Hoover, Harold Madara, Harry g Querry, jr., Robert Querry, Frank *^ Snyder, Jr., Herbert Snyder, John i£ Stephens, Donald Thomas, (condition- Mr ed), Harold Walter, Gerald Tingling, )•» Raymond Plunket, Rosella Albright, •* Roberta Burket, Marie Burns, Mary JJ Kathryn Glass, Tressa Grabill, Ruby Jj Holsinger. (conditioned), Janet Ling- j* enfelter, Margaret Lynn, Hazel Mada- si ra, Constance Mentzer, Betty Mock, ,*, Phyllis Mclntyre, Betty McMillen. 'te Esther Oakes, Betty Snowden, Doris '«, Bassler. f* Grade 3. Emma Bulger, teacher— ^ John Bassler, Merrill Bassler, Eugenne Beech, Lester Claar, Gerald Elias, Warren Feathers, Roy Gates, Alfred Hoover, Palmer McGee, Maurice Mock. £, Merrill Mock, Alvin Naugle, Robert 2f Replogle, Edward Weber, Mary Jane •v J3pyle, Irene Byler, Audrey Dick Franks ces Grabill, Dorothy Lee Grounds, *J Sara Helsel, Anna Mary Horner, <J? Elizabeth Hudson. Sara Johnson, 2| Gladys McNally, Martha. Oakes, El>. loise Reffner, Elizabeth Replogle, r, pk Vere Shoenfelt, Mary Malone. t X!rade 3, B. group—Charles Barley, Paul Burket, Frank Camp, Jackson r- Cornelius, Robert Curry, Ralph Glass, £ Earl Gutshall, Carl Helsel, Charles J* Helsel, Carl Horner. William Mentzer, <J CHen Allen Mock, Dale Stiffler, Don- jjff fcW (Weltzel, Galen Williams, Agnes jjj, Albright, Marjorie ,Butler, Catherine *» jRornelius, Ruby Dick, Gladys Dick, *» • Ajma Feathers, Margaret Furry, Su- TJ «anna Garber, Mae Hall, Glenda Hary land, Mary Helsel, Jean Miller, Janet 2 lf«ugh. £j * Grade 4, B.—Janet Thompson, Dick t* Bowers, Dorothy Mock, Max Baker, ^j Dean Burket, William Hamer, Robert ^w Hamm, Reed Hawks, Ray Hetrick, j4 Harold Homer, Roger Mawk, Gerald •** McNally, Robert Ray, Norman Stuard, ** Evelyn Barley, Betty Blattenberger, ^ Vivian Cornelius, Dorothy Croft, Phyl„ Ha Dick. Janet Holsinger, Dorothy £| Keith, Sara Metzker, Leona Mock, C Kathleen Moore, William Barley. &t Grade 4—Honore Mae Barley, Sara ** Burke, Marian Coppersmith, Mable £* Dick, Dorothy Fletcher, Janet Gates, Jt Ellen Harland, Irene Miller, Martha JJ!. Miller, Rosemary Pate, Betty Replogle, £ Gertrude Riley, Elizabeth Showalter, H, Vtfa. Snyder, Mary Thompson, Grace «•» yifigling, Doris Burke, Charles Alli*!* son, Cletus Croft, Gerald Hall, Lester 2 Grace, Wilbur Mathias, Dean Moore, g HllUs Roush, Raymond Stiffler, (con- H 1 dltion), Roger Thomas. 2 Grade 5.—Dale Appleman, Carl Bar^^ley. Merrill Helsel, Eugene Keith, -—'Franklin Mauk, Merle Querry, Paul •— Raugh, Edwin Reynolds, Jr., John * . -jS&penfelt, Jr., Daniel Snyder, Angus •* Wilson, Jr.. Chester Smith, Jr., Mary J Albright, Doris Dick, Maude Foor, Lois S Furry, Kathryn Gates, Loretta Grace, * Frances Gutshall, Erdine Hall, Ger^ aldine Helsel, Kathryn Ickes, Jean 4, Lower, Mildred Mackie, Francelia « Reffner, Valeska Shoenfelt. Kathleen * Snyder, Martha Belle Stiffler, Kath** leen Weber, Dorothy Albright, Ruth * Keith. Grade 6—John Emeigh, Dale Garlick, Chalmer Grace, George Guyer, J Paul Helse), Gordan Helsel, Paul ™ Johnson. Harry Ketner, Ralph Mathias, i^ Rosa Miller, Henry Naugle, Blair Ray, jf Ray Shoenfelt. Kenneth Thompson, m • Maxlne Garlick, Lois Hinea, Alice * Hoenstine, Margaret Lorver. Dorothy ** MeGee. Jean Mingle, Romain Myers, '"" Marian Noll. Lorina Querry, There.sa ' Shoenfelt, Marie Thomas, Romain ^ Holsinger. w Grade 7, A.—Thomas Gates, Herbert Grace, Clyde Helse], Norman Helsel, * Merle Knider. Walter McKnight. Den- «f His Over, Merrill Raugh, Ralph Shaf I* fer, Gerald Showalter, Robert Weitzel, *- Gerald Hess. Whilirneni Albright, * Alice Croft, Mary Dick, Rebecca Dick, Helen Furry, Florence Horner. Jfar- ^ garet Irket. Doris Mingle, Pauline Z , Naugle. Cora Ray, Rose .Smith. Mar K garet Weber. Grade 7, Section B.- Ru.s.sell A! <»» bright. Artliur Dick, Dale Gales. Willis * Gates. Don Grace. Gerald Dick. Wil- j§ bur Hoover. Otha Refiner. Arnold I Shoenfelt, Harry Wertman, Vinal * Thompson. Helen Camp, Jtan Campbell. Marjorie Gorauc-h, Marie Hail. Verna Helsel. Martha Ketner. Sara Martin. Albertine Mauk, Klbie Matilt. Janet Miuk, Vara McJntyre, Sara M<-- Knlght, Elizabeth Robinsun, Geneva Sell, Ida Mae Spielman, Uurolliy Yoder. Grade 8. A.—Harold Gates. Paul Orabill, John Hamm, Paul Hi.-uiiton, Greenwood Holsinger, Uavid Longe- oecker, Harold Mauk, Williiiin Hints. Buaaell iiocik, Phyllis Bansler. Mary fimfcltzer, Glenua Bowens. Audrey fiurket. Armenia Hfclbtl, Kdua 'I'eu.s- l^p. Harriett Heustoii, Muude Hut.-n- ttlfit. Vera Kaufl'iijan. llai-ie Lov.-er. Lynn. Mary Elizabeth Over. Ritcht-y, Maudelk- Shoenielt. Gntdt k. B'.-Florence Bartlebaugh. At-r*. Barbara Camp, Heli-n Cirper, Margaret Carper, Kathryn Cl»«i'. Huzi-1 Fletcher. Kara <Jre..-ne, ilfaO' IS- Ground*. Klda Holftinyei', ilMfiuo Mi'Clure, LUlb Wi-llnay. Jx>is ||(M>re. Opul Uy«re. Virginia 'i'hump- fttK. Pauline Wright. <Jioiyu Baker, Cl«>lou Baufcli-r, Haruld liuwcrn. 0HiietU Howler. Gt-raM Jij--k, Jiu. 1 :.^*-'! , Clo.vd Elias, Eailc M Hilt, * * PETERSBURG Rev. U. L,. L,yle of Grove City will be the orator at Petersburg for Me- morlftl day. Petersburg has always dedicated Memorial day to patriotic services, memory of those who fought and died that this nation might survive. On' Memorial day the services will be held In the benutlful Cedar Grove cemetery at 10 o'clock. The parade will form at the diamond as usual, and march to the cemetery, where the graves of the heroes will be decorated, then the services will be opened. Rev. Lyle needs no introduction to the people of our community as he is well and favorably known, and Petersburg enn feel highly elated in being able to secure Rev. Lyle as the speaker for this great occasion. The union mid-week prayer and praise service will be held this evening in Zion Lutheran church at 7.30 o'clock. Word was received here Saturday by Mrs. Nina Nelson that her son Earnest Nelson, who for a number of years had resided in Montana, had died. John Nelson, a brother, left here Saturday for Montana and will accompany the body home for burial. Miss Clara Brisbon of Alexandria spent a few days the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lamer and family and Frank Culp. 'Eugene McCartney, who is in the service of the United States marines, is enjoying a furlough at this time, and is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Thompson. Eugene was in China and was active in service there during the recent trouble. The operetta given by the grade and high school students in the high school auditorium Friday evening was well given in a beautiful and pleasing manner and highly enjoyed by a large audience. The name of the play was "Polished Pebbles" in two acts and interspersed with dance specialties. The chorus of sunbonnet girls and overall boys, brought much praise. The students were trained by Miss Lillian May Park, supervisor of music; dance coach, Miss Hazel Crownover, eights grade teacher; accompanist. Miss Frances Hoffman, a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Piper of Altoona spent Wednesday with Mr. Piper's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gran Piper at their home on King street. • Miss Elizabeth Ramsey of Manor Hill, was a guest of I. C. Temple and family Friday. Last Tuesday evening Mrs. Andrew Keith very delightfully entertained, when the young women's class of Zion Lutheran Sunday school held their monthly meeting at the Keith home on King street. The meeting opened at 8 o'clock with a splendid program the subject being, "Our Flag." Grant Piper, teacher of the class, rendered a beautiful solo, "Magic In the Flag." Mrs. Lester G. Sachs gave a lovely reading, "The Flag," by Edgar A. Guest. The business of the month was transacted and at the close of the devotional program a delightful social hour followed when delicious refreshments were served to the members present, who were Grant Piper, Mrs. Lester G. Sachs, Mrs. Walter Graffius, Miss Clara Cresswell, Mrs. Earnest Dixon, Miss Margaret Wright, Mrs. J. Leonard Hoffman, Miss Elsie Marie Hoffman, Miss Martha Bell Keith and Mrs. Andrew Keith. Miss Margaret Kauffman, the home economics teacher of the P. V. H. S., enjoyed the week-end with her parents at her home in Roaring Spring. Mr. Kauffman motored here on Friday evening to accompany his daughter home. ' v Mr. and Mrs.« William Swope of Huntingdon spent Sunday, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Swope of King street. Mrs. Andrew Keith and daughter Martha Bell were week-end visitors in Bellefonte where they were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Russell Stevens and family. Mr. and Mrs. Huston Lightner and daughter Miss Elsie of Huntingdon motored hei'e Sunday afternoon and visited Mrs. Lightncr's sister, Mrs. Martha Keith. Tttfi ALTbOMA Back in Your Backyard"-Baby Chicks take Out Real Cash Profits RIGGLES GAP Miss Marie Himes enjoyed Wednesday in Altoona. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Nearhoof were Mrs. Charles C. Brooks and son Billy of South Lakemont and Miss Cora Cams of Duncansville. Mrs. H. E. Nearhoof and daughter Naomi of near Antis are enjoying a two weeks' visit with friends and relatives at Clarksburg, W. Va. Mrs. Samuel Hostler and family of Altoona were week-end guests of William Barth and family. On Thursday evening, May 15, a jolly crowd of youngsters from Pinecroft and Higgles 'Gap motored to Sinking Valley and at the home of Mr. Hahman were greeted by many more persons, all uniting in spending tho evening in a very social way. An ice cream supper was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller and family spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Stevens. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Purshall near Antis on Saturday evening, May 17, a number of persons gathered to spend the evening. One of tile guests was Mrs. George Lyberger, a near neighbor. Mrs. Lyberger announced it was the day she was just 32 years of age. Immediately all guests bid Mrs. Lyberger the honors of her anniversary and turned the evening's pleasure into pleasant greetings for Mrs. Lyberger. The evening was passed with music. 1 , with games for all and presents promised for Mrs. Lyberger. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Parshell, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Forwhey, Mrs. Samuel Pfhaler and daughter Margaret and sons Lawrence, Wayne and Paul, John Caldwell, John tSuelhammer, Leroy Garman, Miss Isabella and Cerriun Davis, Mr. and Mrs. George Lyberger and family, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Parshall and family. Mrs. Charles Collier and Verla Cherry were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Stevens. Anthony Hiines, being afflicted with ivy poison and an arm that might have led to serious trouble caused by the poison, is now getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lantz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Parshal and son Wilburdcne of Pinecroft, Mrs. M. L. Cupples of Cresson, Mrs. Georgu Verbnnitz and niece of Altoona, Ag- ne.s Ho.stlcr and Glen Stayer of Greenwoud, were recent visitors of Sylvester Hutterbaugh and family. John F. Kelly of Homers Gap returned recently to his home after enjoying .several weeks' visit with friends and relatives in Jefferson county. On Saturday evening an old fashioned tune was enjoyed at tile home of Frank Gorman and family by neighbors assembling and with the time rapidly passing a very pleasant evening of conversation was enjoyed and at a reasonable hour a table well lad'-n with a fish supper, including all other good eats, well prepared by ilis go.jd wile, were heartily enjoyed. Mi', and Mrs. Fred Huscli of 1'ortage wi-ie week-end guests of William Doyle and family. Mr. and Mi's. George Ko.ss and family .--pent Sunday forenoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gillilund and family at Juniata. Air.' and Alls. K. S. Caldwell, Alra. Girui-gi- Hollen and daughter Helen were .Sunday evening visitors of ' George Ko.ss and family. ' Prayer iu*-etj,ig of the Church of the Brethren will be held al the lioine of Mr. and Airs. Thomas Krisher at Vale on Saturday evening. Church of the Brethren- Sunday arhoul at 'i.V.t. lollowed by pi-rachiug bv tiie paM<>r, Kev. I'J. C Jj'nvser. Christian WuiknV meeting al I.'M. ThoM- enterlaini-d ;jt Hie lionn- oi Ali viu MjitlK-a uiiu I a only nil Suuciay were Card of Thanks WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO thank relatives, neighbors nnd friends for their kindness nnd sympathy In our bereavement In the death of our wife and mother, Mrs. Emily Ames. Also for the beautiful floral tributes nnd the use of automobiles. MR HOWARD S. AMES AND SON AND DAUGHTER. WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO thank our many friends and neighbors, especially J. D. Hnrtman for the beautiful flowers and many nets of kindness shown us during the sickness and death of our dear father, Joshua Morgan. RELIABLE WOMAN WANTS ANY KIND day's work. Best references furnished. Write Box 92-C. Route 1, Altoona. WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO thank relatives, neighbors and friends for their kindness and sympathy shown in our bereavement in the death of our father, Thomas J. Masterson. Also for the beautiful flora. trt In Memoriam ^^^ T ^ VS^NXXXV^^S^^^X^^^^^V^^ 1 IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF OUR dear sister, Nellie Irene L'ce, who departed this life seven years ago today, May 28, 1923. Dearest Nellie, how we miss you, Since -you climbed the golden stairs. Gone to live wjth Jesus always, Where they say there are no tears. The days are long nnd dreary, Nellie, Without your smiling face, But 'twas God's will to take you to a more heavenly place. HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS. Lost — Found ^^ _ ^ , ^^^^XXS/N^XXNXWyNXNXS^, LOST—MAIL TERRIER WHITE DOG WITH black head and stump tall. Disappeared on April 15. A reward will be paid if returned to 800 2nd St., Willlamsburg, Pa. LOST—TRAVELING BAG. SUN. AFTER- noon, between S. Lakemont and Greenwood. Contained lady's wear. Dial 88G5. LOST—BLACK BILL FOLD, CONTAINING $03 and owner's license card, between 3rd Ave. and 4th St. and Crawford Ave. and 4th St. Finder please return to 110 E. 4th St. BROWN AND WHITE FOX TERRIER. Cambria Co. license. Answers to "Trlx. Call at 824 1st Ave. Phone 8273. LOST—LADY'S POCKETBOOK, SAT. NITE, between Montgomery-Ward and 13th Ave., Junlata. Dial 2-24D1 after 6.30. LOST— GLASSES WITH MILLER EN- graved on case, somewhere in Rose Hill Phone 2-7019. y 2-7 FOUND—BICYCLE THAT WAS EITHER lost or stolen. Owner phone 2-3860 or 2119 4th Ave. Must Identify and pay for this ad. Personals SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE, Dr Kruse system. Dial 2-7635 for appointment. Mrs. Chas. S. Casner. SURGICAL BELTS FOR AFTER OPERA- tlon and any condition requiring abdominal support. . Altoona Artificial Limb and Appliance Co., 907 Green Ave., Altoona, P». BOARDING WANTED FOR BOY 4 YEARS old. Also sleeping room for. mother. Dial 9797. PERMANENT WAVING, STEAM OR ALL methods. Requires no linger waving. Mrs. G Evans, 1440 13th Ave. Phone 2-0197. BOARDING FOR' 2 CHILDREN AGED 12 and 14. Catholic' home, somewhere outside city limits. Write 2538-E, Mirror. LE MUR PERMANENT STEAM WAVE, $5. Genuine supplies used. Marcel 50c; finger and water waves, manicure 50c. Dial 421J. FACIAL TREATMENTS, SCALP TREAT- mcnts and violet ray for all body ailments. See Verna Kuny. Phone 2-0741. Help Wanted Male . ^^SXNX^N^^^^^N^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ WANTKD—20 SALESMEN WITH TRUCKS or cars to sell bakery products. Call 2-3582. RELIABLE PARTY WANTED TO HANDLE Watklns Products In Altoona. Customers established. Excellent opportunity for right man. Other good openings. Write at once, The J. R. Watklns Company, 231-72 Johnson Ave., Newark, New Jersey. „ CAN USE 2 MEN TO ASSIST ON DELIV- eries In securing orders. Will pay well to men wanting work. See Mr. Wallace, Wayne hotel, after 6 p. m. YOUNG MAN TO WORK WITH CREW. House to house. Salary and commission. Apply 7 to 7.30 p. m., 115 Stewart St., Lakemont Terrace. Mr. Pagan. EXPERIENCED COLLECTOR — MUST have car and know city thoroughly. Apply In person at Lewis Store, 1421 llth Ave. MECHANIC AND DRAFTSMAN. ONE who has money to invest preferred. Apply Frank L. Schucker, 522 5th Ave., Junl- ata. TWO EXPERIENCED PAINTERS WANT- ed. Dial 2-2837. HIGH CLASS MAN, AGED 28 TO 35 years, owning motor car and willing to travel within a radius 'of 100 miles. Preference given to married men with some credit or collection experience. Write J. W Thompson, 605 Law & Finance Bldg., Pitts burgh, Pa. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. REQUIRES man to sell ready-cut homes on liberal loan plan; must have good appearance, a reputation for reliability and Integrity, and be able to shoulder responsibility; tact and >-ales sense also necessary; man at present financially embarrassed need not reply; married man preferred; must be earnest and steady; must be a man who thinks right and lives right; leads furnished; good selling plan; liberal commission: no drawing account, but because of the extremely favorable market in Altoona the right man may expect very liberal compensation for the enthusiastic effort he puts into his work; should own a car; must be able to furnish unquestionable reference and bond; give phone number, age, past experience and full information in first letter, addressing E. B. Hancock, Montgomery Ward and Company, 1501 Clark Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. WANTED—MAN FOR GENERAL FARM work. Also hoys for weeding. Write 2583-E, Mirror. Help Wanted — Female AN EXPERIENCED PANTRY GIRL WANT- cd. Apply to chef. Penn-Alto hotel, at 5 p. m. Situation Wanted—female Unfurnished Apartments REFINED WIDOW WITH 7-YEAR-OLD child, desires housekeeping for widower. Dial 2-6897. WANTED—POSITION AS COOK IN FIRST class Inn or hotel. Prefer country. Write 2552-E, Mirror.- YOUNG WOMAN WITH SMALL SON, wants housework. Good home preferable to high wages. Phone 2-6028. ELIZABETrf APARTMENT, 2015 BROAD Ave.," 5 room* and bath. Elevator and Janitor service, all conveniences. Reasonable rent, inspection cordially invited. Dial 2-3673 or can at Apt. l. IMPERIAL APT., 1905 UNION AVE., 6 rooms, bath, porch 'and all conveniences, $35; also 4 rooms, bath and porch, $30. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m. 2-8160. Boarding BOARDER WANTED IN PRIVATE H.OME, all conveniences. Reasonable rates'. Inquire 891 27th St. CENTRALLY LOQATED ROOM WITH hoard, all conveniences. Use of -phone. Dial 2-5234. Rent — Furnished Rooms 1005 6th AVE.—2 COZY, LIGHT HOUSE- keeping rooms, conveniences, telephone, garage. Inquire after 6 p. m. 2 LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping. Water In kitchen, laundry. Rent reasonable. Inquire 408 3rd Ave. 3 CHEERFUL, CONNECTING FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping. Front, back entrance. Inquire 843 17th St. Dial 2-8741. 1128 14th AVE.—NICELY FURNISHED room, private home, all conveniences. Gentlemen only. Half block from Penn-Alto. LARGE, PLEASANT FRONT ROOM, ALL conveniences. Good residential section. Private home. 2117 W. Chest. Ave. Dial 5431. 231 MAPLE AVE.—2 NICELY FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping, all conveniences. Rent reasonable. Light and cheerful. Phone. FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM. ALL conveniences. Inquire 709 Lexington Ave. GENTLEMAN PARTNER WANTED FOR cozy bachelor Apt. Near Broad Ave. Wrlto 2316-E, Mirror. 405 HOWARD AVE.—3 NICELY FURNISH- ed rooms for light housekeeping, air conveniences. Not suitable for children. Dial 7849. 2 WELL FURNISHED, COMMUNICATING rooms for housekeeping. Water, all conveniences. Refined family. Dial 2-9015. ROOMS FOR LODGING, 53 AND UP. Rooms for light housekeeping. Free park- Ing space. Inquire 1411 8th Ave. 3 FURNISHED FRONT, LIGHT HOUSE- keeplng rooms. Desirable locution. Adults only. Dial 2-3262 or inquire 1109 2nd St.. Juniata. ONE FURNISHED BEDROOM WITH ALL conveniences, .suitable for one nr two gentlemen. Inquire 2410 3rd Ave., city. 2 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping, all conveniences, gas range and sink In kitchenette; also sleeping room. Rent reasonable. Inquire 1207 7th Ave. NEAR A&P. WAREHOUSE, ALSO SILK mill. 2 large rooms, furnished attractively for housekeeping, conveniences. Dial 2-7798. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH ALL modern conveniences. Rent $3 up. 150214 13th St. ONE FURNISHED ROOM IN QUIET, PRI- vate home. Dial 2-2372. FURNISHED LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING rooms, private entrance, all conveniences. Inquire 1214 8th St. NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOM WITH all conveniences. S3 week. Inquire 800 4th Ave. Furnished Apartments ALL MODERN AND ELECTRIC CONVEN- lences. Will accommodate 2 -or 3 adults. No children. Very central. Call between 9 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Dial 2-1862. 4-ROOM FURNISHED APT.. BATH, ALL conveniences. Private. $30. Inquire 802 17th St. Dial 2-2982. FURNISHED APT.. PRIVATE ENTRANCE and bath. Electric refrigerator. 3 squares from P. O. on Cor. llth St.. Highland Place. 4 LARGE ROOMS AND BATH, FIRST floor front. 713 si Ave. Dial 6301. Rent — Houses SXV/NX\XN/»»'N*'S/S/S/SXVNX\/> 1824 UNION AVE.—8-ROOM HOUSE, NEW- ly papered and painted, all conveniences. Inquire of K. McGrath, 2806 Broad Ave. Dial 2-2471 or 9029. HOUSE FOR RENT—6 ROOMS AND BATH, gas, electric and furnace. Rent reasonable. Inquire 1302 19th St. 3034 W. CHESTNUT AVE.—8 ROOMS AND all conveniences. For further particulars, Inquire T. Chester Parsons, 1107 12th Ave. Phone 2-5192. 210 EAST 6th AVE.—6 ROOMS, $20.00 2014 llth Ave.—6 rooms, $15.00. 2206 16th St.—6 rooms, $30.00. 2127 13th Ave.-*-6 rooms. $18.00. 120 Caroline Ave.—8 rooms, $15.00. LEIX'S INSURANCE AGENCY. Union Bank Bldg. Phone 2-3437. 1910 15th AVE.—8-ROOM HOUSE, ALL conveniences. Inquire 1908 15th Ave. between 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. 5 AND 6-ROOM HOUSE, GAS AND ELEC- Irlc Toilet upstairs. Inquire at 1309 17th St. ., 160114 5th AVE.—4 ROOMS AND BATH. Rent $16. Inquire at 2210 8th Ave. Dial 2-7519. , 404 3rd AVE.—9 ROOMS, 2 BATHS, ELEC- trlc light and gas. Hot water heat, porches. New paint outside. $28 month. Inquire 215 E. 4th Ave. 2919 BROAD AVE.—6-ROOM HOUSE, heater, bath, furnace, electric light, range. Rent $25. Dial 2-4427. 6-ROOM HOUSE, ALL CONVENIENCES, 707 !-i 7th Ave. Dial 2-6988. 1809 9th AVE., REAR—6 ROOMS, LIGHT, yard, gas, water, cellar, porch. Rent $15. Inquire 1813 12th Ave. 508 18th ST.—4 ROOMS, NEW BATH, NEW furnace. House In A-l condition. Dial •1567. 13-ROOM HOUSE, 2 BATH ROOMS, SUIT- able for boarding and rooming house. Rent reasonable. Inquire 1716 6th Ave. 1821 13th AVE. —6 ROOMS, BATH. FUR- nace, 2-car garage. Also 7 rooms, gas, electric. Rent reasonable to right party. Inquire 506 26th St. Dial 2-5971 between 4 and 6. 1417 1st ST.—7 ROOMS. BATH, ALL MOD- ern conveniences, porches. Rent reasonable. Call 101 Howard Ave. or Dial 2-2153. 1412 2nd ST.—DESIRABLE 6-ROOM HOUSE, all conveniences. Rent reasonable'. Inquire 1414 2nd St. Dial 2-8129. 324 4th AVE.—8 ROOMS, ALL CONVEN- iences. $40. 001 2nd Ave., Junlata—5 rooms, light and gas, $16. 1303 2nd Ave.—6 rooms, light and gas. $18. 710 Crawford Ave.—7 rooms, all convenience:!. 2-car garage. $38. Park Ave.. Lakemont, Rev. Williams property, back of playground, 5 rooms, all conveniences. $27. 909B 24th St., between Broad and VV. Chestnut Aves.—7 rooms and bath, all conveniences. $50. 1901 llth St.—7 rooms, all conveniences. House in excellent condition throughout. $42. McVEY-FARIS CO.. Clement Jaggard Bldg. Phono 7128. 1818 7th AVE.—HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, 'ALL improvements, hot water heat, yard, large porch. Inquire 1820 7th Ave. 5-ROOM HOUSE. BATH, LIGHT, HEAT, gas, newly papered. Rent reasonable. Inquire 515 Baynton Ave., South Lakemont. 901 5th AVE.—3 ROOMS, HALL FIRST floor, 4 bedrooms, bath 2nd floor. Heat, shades furnished. Inquire 905 or 907 5th Ave. 112 6th ST.—5-ROOM HOUSE, ALL CON- venlenccs. Inquire 527 2nd Ave. or Dial 1 4813. s . SECOND FLOOR, 3 FURNISHED ROOMS, private bath and porch. Private entrance. Rent reasonable. Inquire 1605 6th Ave. 3 ROOMS AND BATH—COMPLETELY FUR- nlshed. Reduced rental. Special offer for the week to save time. 715 8th Ave. Apts. are unusually attractive and clean. No better value to'he found. Reference. Dial 6301. Unfurnished Apartments 1121 17th AVE.—2nd FLOOR, 5 ROOMS and bath, electric stove, shades. Call after 5 p. m. Dial 2-5707. 510 16th ST.—SECOND FLOOR DUPLEX. 5 rooms, all conveniences, $35. Inquire John Martin, 518 16th St.. or Dial 2-5092 or 9029. 5-ROOM. UP-TO-DATE DAYLIGHT APT., 1507 12th St. Inquire O. L. McCartney, 1200 15th Ave. WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER, NOT OVER 35 No objections to one child. One who prefers good home to high wages. Write P. O. Box, 673, Mt. Union. WANTED—SALESLADY FOR A FASH- loimble line of women's and children s dresses. Outlit furnished. Write Bux 422, Green.sburg, Pa. Salesmen — Agents SALESMAN—TO SELL THE'FAMOUS LINE of LEE Union-Alls, Overalls, Shirls and Playsuit.s to retail dealer trade we have established In Southwestern Pennsylvania and Western Maryland. Experience In work clothing or kindred lines desirable. Must have car. Straight salary plus commission. An excellent opportunity for a permanent connection. Address, giving £u " details in your first letter, to Mr. G. E. Lamb, Manager. 11. D. Lee Mercantile Co., Trenton, N. J. Situation Wanted — Male DRUGGIST—15 YEARS' EXP., DESIRES position. Steady or r.-llef. Write 2098-E, Mirror office. MIDDLE AGED MAN WANTS WORK AT liuiler u'rlnu or night watching. Best uf references. Dial 2-5605. Situation Wanted — Female I'.KFINKU WIDOW DESIKKS POSITION aa companion or housework in Miiall family. Dial 2-hb29. ELDKKLY I.ADY DESIRES JiOUSEKEEP- ing for eldt-rly man. Gaud home In pruf«Ti-llcc to hiyh wa£es. Write 2W2-K. Mirror. WANTED —WAKHIN6 DONE AT HOWE: al.so men's wa..~hn;K and ironing. Prk-'--;: reasonable. Dial 'J-02H. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Morgan and family <>t Huntingdon. AIk-liuf-1 Kirro anil .-uii I'uniel, Grant Nai! and If. H« Wil- j hum.). 5 ROOMS AND BATH. FRONT AND BACK porchea. Private garage. Located in Llyswen. 2-flCOl or 8288. SOS llth ST.— THREE ROOM APT., FRONT and rear porchea. hot water heat, bath, gas ranKe. $23 1100 3rd Ave. 524 CRAWFORD AVE.—fi-ROOM HOUSE, all conveniences. Inquire 526 Crawford Ave. 850 22nd St.. BETWEEN BEALE A Broad, 7 rooms, newly painted, papered, all conveniences. Rent $30. Inquire next door. Rent — Miscellaneous 303 GRANT AVE.—7 ROOMS, NEW PAPER. all conveniences, 1-car garage. 711 4th St.—3-room apartment, dath, big enclosed porch. 712-14 4th St.—2 large storerooms, suitable for any kind of business. 122 1st Ave. Also flth Ave. and 37th St. L. R. MATHIEU & Sons, 1824 Union Ave Dial 91)94. WAYNE APTS., 1100 18th ST., 3 ROOMS, bath, all conveniences. Inquire 1912 Union Ave. W. B. Cassidy. Dial 2-7993. 5-ROOM APARTMENT, VERY NICE LOCA- tlon, all conveniences. Garage, porches. Rent reasonable. Inquire 2608 5th Ave. 514 Bth AVE.—4 ROOMS AND BATH, Ilrst floor; 3 rooms and bath, second floor; 3 rooms and bath, third floor. All conveniences. Rent reasonable. Inquire 524 Uth Ave. 1110-12 19th ST.—4-ROOM APARTMENT with all modern conveniences, porch. Inquire at IStl 13th Ave. After 5.30 call ut 1414 19th St. DUPLEX, '23112 W. CHESTNUT AVE.. i! rooms, bath. all conveniences. DIaJ 6-ROOM APT., WITH BATH. INQUIRE Halm & Co., 8^3 Green Ave. LEXINGTON AVE. AND -Itll ST.—3 AND 3- room apartments. Rent $12 per month. Inquire 1030 Green Ave. FAIRVIEW. -Ill 21st AVE.— DUPLEX, -I rooms 2nd floor. 3 rooms third Boor, all conveniences, porches. All light rooms. Diul 2-2232. SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT. I! 14 LO- gan Ave., Llyswen, 5 ruoms, all conveniences. Dial 2-1887. 15(111 -till AVE.—5 ROOMS AJMD BATH, all conveniences, second floor. Inquire 5U5 15111 St. Dial U658. 4-ROOM APARTMENT. ALL CONVEN- iences, at 1801 4lh Ave., Junlata. Inquire rear apartment or 1813 lltll Ave., Altoona. BRETH APT., 825 7th AVE.—3 AND 4 rooms, heat, bath, gas range. $24 and $30. Dial 9029 or 2-5092. JUNIATA, 205 5th AVE.—SECOND FLOOR, •1 rooms, bath, hot water heat. Dial 2-7519. •i LARGE, WELL LIGHTED ROOMS, BATH, sun parlor, front, rear entrance. Rent reasonable. 2325 Broad Ave. DUPLEX, 314-312 3rd ST.—5 ROOMS, bath, hot water heat, all conveniences. Inquire 219 Lloyd St. E. 2nd AVE. AND LLOYD ST.-4 ROOMS, all conveniences. $35. 819 24th St., beside Presbyterian church, l 1 rooms, all conveniences. $10. ' 1211 Stb Ave.—-J rooms, all conveniences. $25. 2221 8th Ave.—4 rooms, all conveniences. $25. oil 23rd St. ™4 rooms and bath. $18. McVEY-FARIS CO.. Clement Jaggard Bldg. Phone 7128. DE LENA APT.. fj-ROOMS. BATH. ALL moih rn eonveiiieucea » Inquire 1002 C'lH-st- nut Ave. APARTMENTS. UUU 2nd .ST.. .0 ROOMS; «12 2nd .St., •! ruoms. all Improvements. Ap- iily Fuiiijt Drug Store, Rent — Cottages ARDENHEIM—COMPLETELY FURNISHED cottages, $15 and $20 wk. Special season rates. For inspection or bookings apply or Write to J. R. Valentine, R. F. D. No. 3, Huntingdon, Pa. FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR RENT AT Ardenhelm. River front. Inquire 405 Howard Ave. Dial 7849. FURNISHED HOUSE, ALONG TUSSEY mountain, between Loysburg and Everett, ^ mile from highway. For campers and tourists. Inquire Charles Ritchey. Wolf's Furniture Co. IRVIN'S COTTAGE week or week-ends. AT VINYARD Dial 4984. FOR Wanted To Rent DESIRABLE SUBURBAN HOME. AROUND $-10. wllbin commuting distance of Altuona. VVritt- 177. r >-L. Mirror. Sate—Houses SUBURBAN HOME Located at the corner of Beale Avenue and Burgoon Road. Large frame dwelling house In excellent condition containing 4 rooms on the lirst floor, 3 rooms and bath on the second floor, extra large closets, all modern improvements, Interior nicely papered and painted, lot 100x120, large shade trees, cement ' walk, frame garage and other out-buildings. Price $5,260. Terms. McVey-Paris Co., Inc. CLEMENT JAGGARD BLDG. Phone 7128. | NEAR ANT HILLS Fine suburban brick home with all Imps.; hot water heat, large lot 65x145; grapes, shrubbery, 18 fruit trees, nice lawn, and an absolute bargain at $6,500. Vacant. For inspection and terms, see ED. SEIDEL, Realtor Civic Pride You hear people speak of civic pride, pride in your home town. And that is line. But you want to have a home to be proud of too. May we help you to find that home to be proud of? Your civic pride will grow when you have a nice home of your own. WOODS BECKMAN COMPANY Realtors Penn Central Bldg., Fifth Floor Phone Sale — Cottages 4-ROOM FURNISHED COTTAGE AT UP- per Reese. Lot ,10x110. Electric lights, Price $1.000. Dial 96UO. Sale — Lots LARGE LOT IN EAST JUNIATA. WILL sell on easy payment plan, if sold soon. Phone 2-2608. CEMETERY LOT IN ROSE HILL CEME- tery, Section R, lot No. 300. Inquire 814 5th Ave. Phone 2-1287. LOT AT 4th AVE., Oth ST., LAKEMONT, 80x120. Cleared. $125. Phone 2-132-1. 1211 4th ST., JUNIATA—LOT 30x120. WILL sell or trade for light closed car in good condition. Dial 2-0890. NEAR CROSS KEYS. 114 ACRES GROUND. Ideal home site. Will sacrifice for quick sale. Phone Hollidaysburg 282-J13. CALVERT HILLS Don'v buy a vacant lot anywhere until you have driven over the paved streets and Inspected CALVERT HILLS Office 1115 llth St. Sale — Timberland 500 ACRES 100 acres virgin timber, balance good second growth, mostly hardwood. 6 miles from Altoona, 2 miles from tho railroad. Win. Penn highway through the property. For sale by owner, George A. Potter. 036 22nd St.. Altoona. Sate — Furniture KITCHEN CABINET, KITCHEN CUP- board, wash stand, chandollcrs, colonnade. Mr.«. Homer Grove, 1620 Sharp Ave. Dial 2-9540. ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS FOR sale. Will also sell house. Leaving city. Inquire 2421 8th Ave. Dial 2-78S3. WOLF FURNITURE CO. 1001 llth AVE.. OFFERS Refrigerators $7 up to S25 Dining Room Table and U Chairs . ...yiB.OO 3 PC. Reed Suite S25.00 Kltchert Cabinet S1U.50 ANTIQUE MAHOGANY BEDROOM SUITE, inarblu top dresser, wash stiimi, bed. Reasonable price. Phone Hollldayslnirg 3U1-J. FOR SALE—1 CHINA CLOSET. INQUIRE 513 Park Ave., Wuhnwood. Phone 4877. 3-PIECE OAK. LEATHER COVERED LIV- Ing room suite, good condition. $40. Inq. (113 24th St. Dial 2-879-1. Sale Or Rent 8-ROOM HOUSE. LIGHT AND WELL WA- ter in kitchen. New root. 1 acre ground. Very tiuitublc loi raising chicken* or garden Fruit trees, grape arbur Sale terms ! reasonable. Located 'JUth Ave. and Kith St. Inquire of Charles A. Auker. 1321 llth Ave. 4-ROOM BUNGALOW AND GARAGE. ;tliO:i Walnut Ave. Lut fiOxl2(). Inquire on premises. Sale — Houses ti-KUOM HOUSE, ALL CONVENIENCES. Only . r > years old, hardwood lluurd cluwn- slalr.s, built-in ball] lull. fli.TiUU. Inquire I01U 2-ltll Ave. Nu pbuno culls. U7 LOGAN AVE.. LLYSWEN—FRAME liou.se. slate ruuf. Lot 7.0x120. All L-UII- venienccs. Adjolnu Mansion Blvd. Dial 4H83. HOME IN COLUMBIA PARK DISTRICT, b rooms, tile bath, cement cellar. 2-car garage. $8.SOU: $500 cash. C.'all 1)023 tie- tween ti and 7 p. m. HOWARD AVE.. 113 6 ruoms and bath, 2-car garage. Lot li.'jx 120. Avenue and alley paved. Price 43,5(10 HOWARD J. DARR. 1118 Hlh St. Dial 2-3188. 122 E. 4th AVE. —FRAME HOUSE, 7 rooms, bath. Fine condition. All modern Improvements. Finished third Hour, .slate roof. 2-car garage. Lot 25x120. Street, alley paved. Bargain for sumeune at $5,0110. Phone 2-3506. Business and Office Needs NATIONAL FILING SYSTEM, 3 COUN- tcrs, meat slicer, cash register, large refrigerator. Inquire ni C A. Wls.singer. 717 29th St. SHOW CASKS- ALL SIZES Two I'J toot, <£nci tiaiio t- ngiiiaiitj tioau L^ouniaiiiS Soau I'ablea uud Chairs. Juui wtiiit you need if you are stiirtln^ In Windshield mm Oooi iu& \LTOONA PLATE CLASS CO. 725 Green Ave. Dial bbbli or 2-73UO. Radios NINE TUBE. SCREEN GRID. l'J3U MOD- i.-l HiKhbuy radio iur sale al very reason able price. Easy terms, illti -nh Ave. FOR SALE- MAGNAVOX LOUD SPEAKER, excellent condition, $7; head phones. $3; liiiinclmrger baltery charger, $5; Crosley riidlii. model X. $5. Wrlti- Win. Wagner. (!oitlport. Pa. Sale—Miscellaneous ^^v*><^>^^Vx/v**S/^Vw^^v^v'v>N<^~~^<v^' BATH T.UB AND WASH STAND COM- plete with fixtures, In good condition. Inquire 909 Lexington Ave. COAL RANOE FOR SALE. WILL SELL for $5.00. Inquire at 1521 6th Ave. FOR SALE—2 -HEAVY PHONOGRAPH REC- ord booths, plate glass. W. D. Davis Drug Store. 1901 8th Ave. COMPUTING COUNTER SCALES, SINGER sewing machine. Columbia phonograph. Inquire at 2025 12th Ave. Musical Instruments PALM10K PLAYER PIANO, $101).UU Mahogany case and bem-li. 2Ti rolld. Good cmiditi(jn. WEAVER FACTOKV .SHOWROOM, 1620-22 Eleventh Ave. VICTROLA FOK'SALE; A(,SO CABINET. 25 reeords. Will trade cjn double barrel. tiammel-ledH shotgun. Dial 'J-8S30 TYPEWRITERS—ALL STANDARD MAKES repaired and overhauled. Parts, ribbons and supplies for every machine. Call 2-1827. B. F. BARR, 1627 llth Ave. REFRIGERATORS—ELECTRIC FANS For Sale—Wanted, « men, honest with themselves and family, to buy 7-room housees with electric, water and toilet, In Junlata. Also 3-room bungalow in Lakemont. Will use car or truck as down payment. Balance $16 month. If anxious to progress, Investigate Immediately. Calone ft Hell, 2918 8th Ave. FOR SALE PRACTICALLY NEW FRAMES, USED FOR PARTITIONS. THESE FRAMES COULD BE USED NICE-. LY TO ENCLOSE A PORCH.) WILL SELL VERY REASONABLE. SEE "CUSTODIAN," ALTOONA MIRROR OFFICE. i PORCH CHAIRS RESEATED — RUSH style chair seating, chair caning of all kinds. Also rag rug and carpet weaving. Work called for and delivered. Weaving Works, 2119 6th Ave. Dial 2-8513. 2 BEDS, BUREAUS. GAS RANGE, PIANO. Very reasonable. Inquire 2918 Broad Ave. Phone 2-7918. COMBINATION COAL AND GAS RANGE, good condition, enamel flnlsli. Will sell very reasonable. Inquire 215 Logan Ave., Llyswen. All the Lumber Stock of FLUKE CO., Inc., F ? SALE AT 336% OFF COST Inquire "At Yard 2605 Beale Ave. Dial 3-9183 Sale — Horses and Cattle FOR SALE — HORSES. BIG TEAM, weight 3,200, 5 and 6 yrs. old; 1 pair black mares, 5 and 6 yrs. old, weight 2,700, good single line lender; 5 head small horses, good workers. Will bo sold right. Good fancy saddle horse, also good naturcd pony for small boy, 49 inches high. 2 cows, heavy milkers. Inquire Klevan's farm. Eldorado. For Sale—Dogs-Pets YOUNG AIREDALE DOG. REASON FOR selling, leaving town. Inquire 1409 Walton. Ave. Poultry — Feed HYNICK'S QUALITY BABX CHICKS Wyandottes, Rocks, Reds, Leghorns, Ancona. Custom hatching In trays of 75 and up. HYNICK HATCHERY, 322 E. Grant Ave. Dial 4343. 1-YEAR-OLD HENS. 13 BARRED ROCKS, 5 Leghorns, all laying. Inquire 140!) Willton Ave. -^ Business Opportunity FOR SALE OR RENT—ONLV GENERA, merchandise atort in t*wn of 1,600. W much cash needed. WMte 1989-L, Mlrrot SMALL BARBER SHOP FDR SALE ON A(^ count of ill health. Will sell very rca- sonable. Low overhead. WHte 2B44-E, Mirror, or Dial 2-3551. LUNCH ROOM DOING N10B BUSINESS, all new equipment. Located In tow*) of •2,000, near Altoona. Good reasbfli f«f'Will- ing. For particulars. Inquire of Mr. 8»Wn, 1407 llth Ave. $35,000 WORTH OF JEWELRY . equipment, including 1,000 oq. ft, of French plate glass; Ideally located pool room,' ready to open for business, 3,000 ft. Boor space, 12 tables, electric cash register. Complete grocery and butcher shop, located In .Tunlnta, everything ready to open for BilsN ness. Will either sell or exchange ftbove businesses for anything. When you want to buy anything, see Canole and Hell, 2918 8th Ave. FOR SALE GAS STATIONS Eight-pump station located along main highway, within about thirty minutes' run of Altoona. Has store room, garage, and apartment overhead. Doing an excellent business. Four-pump station ..located at Sproul, right along cement highway. Has cement block garage, and 100x150 feet of ground. Sell about fifty thousand gallons of gasoline yearly. For price and terms, see ' C. D. BLOOM Realtor—Insurance 1311 Twelfth St. Phone 2-2383. x Mortician S/XyN^^XVNXVXSXV N. A. STEUENS No Charge toi Use of Memorial Chape) Funeral Director 1421 Eighth Ave. Phone 7552 — ;a» Cleaning — Renovating MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRINGS REN- ovatcd. Altoona Mattress Mfg. Co.. 833 lUth St. Dial -1612. CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED TO LOok like new. Monarch Carpet Cleaning Works. 'Telephone 4684 for quick service. ERHINGER'S QUALITY: CHICKS, BARRED and White Rocks, White Wyandottes, Red and English Leghorns. Hatch off every Monday and Thursday. 120 E. 5th Ave. Dial 2-2017 or 3-9-100. 12 BARRED ROCK HENS AND BABY chicks. O. R. Me Conahy, 109 18th Ave., Junlata. Seeds — Gardening BEST TOP SOIL FOR GARDENS AND lawns. Dial 2-12-12. W. S. Counsman. We Recommend The Altoona Sanitary Laundry For Prompt Service and Good Work Telephone 9468. Contracting — Repairing BE PROGRESSIVE—FIX UP YOUR HOME Carpenter, Building and Repair Work. Free Estimates. Reasonable Rates. J. P. LEIDEN, General Contriictor-Buildcr, 1005 22nd Ave. (Lots for Sale.) Phone 8614. CKMBN'l- IVOKIl ALL K1N1>$ . 10 months' payment plan. i R. L. GW1N. Phone 2-7170. Mf, Klrnt St. Coal NOW 1S3 THE T1MHJ TO MA V h, US liSTl- tnate on that concrete work or excavating. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Dial 2-3538. 3006 Ollk Ave. TELEPHONE 2-3501 OR 2-0818. 1 OR MORE, TONS. HARD COAL, NUT .SIZE $12.110 j MADISON SCREENED LUMP $4.HI) I MADISON EGO AND NUT $4.(HI | DRIVER COLLECTS IN ALL CASES. I SERVICE FUEL CO. ] Repairing Your Home • IS A GOOD INVESTMENT. Such as a new porch, new roof, doors, windows, steps, also garages. TIIK ALTOONA HOME BUILDING CO., Phone 2-1700. 2732 Union Ave. .lonn Arthur, Mgr. GWIN COAL CO.—GVVIN. SPECIAL. MIL- ler and Madison coal at attractive prices. 1911 Margaret Ave. Phone 20-104 or 6623. PEOPLE'S COAL CO., 730 4lh KT. PHONE 2-7777. HARD COAL. EGG. STOVE. NUT. . . .$11.7fi PEA COAL ......................... $ 0.75 MADISON LUMP, EGG PREPARED.. J 4.00 MILLER RUSTY LUMP, DYSART $ 3.75 COLLECT ON DELIVERY. RE-UPHOLSTERINO—PRICES LOW. ALL workfguaranteed Estimates ircu city and jurroundlng towns Ilia I or mall. Dial 3-1-172—8-103. J WulfherR. Hum Green Ave. FURNITURE HOSPITAL _ FURNITURE repaired, ri'llnislu'd and upholstered. Antiques a H|u-uliilty. All work guawinteod. UlHl 2-1572. LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED AND HHARP- ened, saw Illlng and Mi-ltlng. Work called for and .delivered. i:i2. r i Kith Ave. Dial Al, kinds hard coal; also kind- L. R MATHIEU * SON. 1824 Union Ave Dial UU04. BRICK AND SHINGLE HOME, 6 ROOMS, 3 ruuins fir.st iluur. 3 roomd and hath. Garage. At 2802 Oak Ave C. A. /tVla»liigi-r. Building Contractor. 717 2'jth St. 322-321 LOGAN AVK., LAKEMONT- DO1I- blt- hnUHC, 5 rooms each, bath, furnace, 2- car garage. Dial 2-5052. CALVERT HILL LOT l'^iJ-^3 Tvvi'iiti-st'cuiid Avi-nue, Alley and avenue paved, tapa in. OOx 1110 feet. Good hornet on both .siijea. Prirc is right. si*; I*; MOJWAN-MAKTIN CO. Central Trust FOR gALE—COHN ALTO liOKN WITH ea.se, like new. Will aurrllicti^ A Lso music stand. Inquire -112 Union Bunk Bldg. Sate — Miscellaneous FOH SALE—DOUBLE HOW (JOHN I'LANT- cr, $20; gnitid, yraln and fertilizer drill, $3o; tilnglu ruvv corn planter. $0; manure apreuder. $U5, unu-hur.se mower, $;i,"j; hay ruke, $5; Fordson traelor. $li5U; yuud Chevrolet engine and cliuHbia. $15; two good work horsed and harn^aw, $12.^. young heifer. S-(J; rabbi la. TSc. Tremniel. buck horn road. I ',j mile from Altuuiiu. Dial U-&181. GOW1J ylJAUHJlLU BUJI.IHNG STONE. Kaoy lu wurk. Also Whitbn.'d'H clinkur- IL'.SH <'wi. fr'lgart's mine^, Buclthurn ruud. Dial iiOfiJ. Burn PAGE COAL For Economy. Warmth and l-k-alth Demand Our Weighbill G. F. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Din i H-SliKI McGuire Coal Co. McGuire Special And All Grades Of Coal Jis itiih .sired riiiuiu i;:n Inr Tl'? ' 2u7h *« W "" < """ !r ' '-"' r - 717 • !J " 1 Sl READY MIXbU CONCRETE East Side Coal & Supply Co. 81M KiKhtli Slrri'l nun 8176 I Wanted To Buy WANTED-TO BUY, DRUG STORK IN Central Pcnna. Give important ilclailH in Ilrst letter. Write 2597-E. Mirror iilflcc. Money To Loan Sl.OIMI-tlO.OIIO TO LOAN ON K1UKT MOHT gage. Inquire Lloyd A. Smith. Walsh lildg., ilollldaysliiirg. MONEY /'O LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP- erty In' amuuiilb lu suit luin-ovvera. G. iNevm Dlvely. Ual 11 III Ave. LOANS TO Wild. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Al-i security. Legal rates Altoona Limn Assn.. 2U4 Coilriil Trust Uldg. Plume 6ii(i.'i. MONEY TO LOAN ?5.71)0—on unproved property in aiiiuuiiltt to auil ljori-uy,er—$5.71)0 WALTER .1 HENRY. Commerce Uldg Plume U2IJO. Mortgage Loans ri;il ni Monllilv L. Wm. Borland •iiltcir -liiMiritnc ili Itldg. I) Insurance lirallur -liiMiraiicu l-iiion Itanli Uldg. Dim -i-VM;>. INCOR CEMENT Quick Sell inn. 1M lloiirg BARTLEY LUMBER CO. Com rnrtors 7th AM;. I'honi; 12-797 Roofing Spouting- -Metal Ceilings SluTl Melal Worlf H. Sabalhne & Son Avu • Dial (i 3.000 INSTALLED FRONT RANK WARM AIR FURNACE J. W. SHOENFELT SKI 17th Street .STANDS KOK IIII-; l MiNIMVN I. Which may ruli-l- lo llw value of youi b luiiKlngn alter lli,-y u jr d,-.-,l r o > eu by lire. Heller Ue, p ;i iiou.'i^i.ikl inventory. II aids III tliu quirk adjustment nl „ lo.i.s KEYSTONE Armature Works 181-l-lH union Avenue, Altoona Hlxme '4-«742 Armature Winaint. Uotgi Keuairiug, Winding FleldH. Colls. Electric Magnets. i Motors Generators, tcievators Machine WorKu Modern Fireproof Roofing tmri.-u.ses! the Uuinfort. . Safety ana Value of your Home. fay foi the work on our eu.sy, convenient INSTALLMENT PLAN No charge for in v.sliinute. PENN BUILDERS, Inc. ^3 lUlll at PlliillL' 'J-l!)()(i. Painting — Papering LET TIIK IIOMK I'AINTJNIj CO. UU > OUH palntliit; or Klvu eatiinatto. Alia paper Dial tH08.
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