Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1930 · Page 29
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, „ s CM* »< Obtain** Itt tilt Altoena Mirth's Business Office New*, But Tele AGNES 1JOULTON CUtF resident of Pittsburgh but ,„,} year* residing with her *f, MrsTMattle E. Bouslough, In lysburg, died yesterday at noon , Timthons hospital In Bedford, being attributed to compllca- She was born In Pittsburgh, Sft, 1887, the daughter of Alexana Elizabeth Champeno Boul- Survlving are one daughter, h Mattie E. Bouslough of Hol- tysburg, and one sister, Mrs. M. J. MB of Warren, O. She was R Aer of the First Presbyterian tth In Wilkinsburg, Orient chapter, 85, Eastern Star, and Wilkinsburg 16, No. S. The body has been to Wilkinsburg where funeral „ AS will be conducted at the *0fn« Of her niece, Mrs. Charles G. **.!... Thursday evening. Private in- mint Will be'made in the Allegheny letery in Pittsburgh Friday morn- MKS. MART E. REED Jllfe of George W. Reed of F ranks- fowft died at the Mercy hospital at £40 o'clock last night of a complication Of diseases after more than a month's illness. She was admitted tt». the hospital on May 2. Mrs. Reed Was bortt in Frankstown, Jan. 29, 1463, a daughter of William and Mar- fcaret (Ling) Cartwright. Surviving Ite her husband, two brothers and two listers, William and Harry Cartwright Sf Sharpsville. Mercer county, and Mrs. Wesley Endress of Frankstown and Mrs. George Beard of this city. She was a member of the Geeseytown Lutheran church. The body has been removed to the late home. w MRS. BAI/VINA RENTEL |Hfe of John Rente! of 2119 Nineteenth street, died at the family home At 4.25 o'clock this morning of a complication of diseases. She was born Nov. 27, 1882, in Poland the daughter 6f Augustine and Anna Herbst. She a member of the SS. Peter and 1930 GHIMROGK IS ISSUEDJY SCHOOL Hollidaysburg High School Yearbook Found Worthy Successor to Those of Preceding Classes. The 1930 Chlmrock, the latest addition to the Hollidaysburg High school's flle of outstanding yearbook publications, was distributed yesterday among the students and found a worthy successor in type and content to those of preceding years. The volume is bound in brown morocco, the cover page deeply embossed with an attractive decoration, having a gold seal bearing the replica of an airplane and the name and vear of the book in the center. The airplane motif is carried throughout the decorations of the book, each division, being introduced sketch dealing with air by a pen travel and WOLF FURNITURE OLUB FORMED BY EMPLOYES At an enthusiastic meeting held In the store Monday evening employes of the Wolf Furniture company launched plans for and perfected the organization of a club to be known as the Wolf Furniture Booster club. It Is the Intention of the club to foster social spirit between employes of the store. Officers then were elected to serve for one year. The following were named: Chairman, P. Edmund Riley; vice, chairman, Cloyd Troutman; treasurer, Miss Anna Cornelius; secretary, Misa Eva Ball. An executive board of four members also was Chosen and includes James RotHrock, Clyde Stewart, James Potter and Harry Scott, these men to work in conjunction with elected officers. One of the purposes of the club will be to get together for social activities in the future. Republican Nominee for General Assembly (Second District) as a memer o . "Paul church and of the Polish-American Alliance. Surviving are the husband and the following children: Victor, Alexander, Adelaide, Nora, Catherine, Rose, Julia and Helen. A requi- «m high mass will be held at SS. Peter and Paul church on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. STORKS MALE CHORUS ; CONCERT FINE EVENT "An audience that filled the Senior fiigh school auditorium thoroughly en- Joyed the concert given last night by jfrtoona Works Male chorus and the Bed Arrow quartet. K :The Works chorus is getting better all along and gave a fine exhibition of the musical abilities of the singers and of the training under the leadership of Howard W. Lindaman. Difficult selections were rendered with all the gusto of professionals, which, in fact, they are. J 'The Red Arrow quartet of Pittsburgh Captivated the audience and made a. great hit. Two of the members, F. W. Schoeller and E. A. Sprague, gave solos. The other singers are E. P. Byers •nd C. W. McVicker. The director is Frank Weis and Helen Weis is pianist. William H. Whippo served as pianist for the male chorus. • _ __ __^__ BACHELOR'S DEGREE. .Miss Mollle Bvin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Evin, arrived home from Lock Haven on Tuesday. She received her bachelor's degree in education and has the honor of being the first one from Altoona who has received such a degree from the Lock Haven Teachers college. 1PATIENT IS DISCHARGED. Arthur Detwiler, resident of near Bellwood and a Pennsy employe who recently suffered a fracture of the right wrist and back injuries when he fell off a locomotive in the local shops, has been discharged from the Altoona hospital fracture ward, bia home. returning to SCHMITTLE'S ROUND- SQUARE DANCE TONITE AT ROXIE BALLROOM After the Show, Drive Out To ORCHARD INN Good food. Dancing at reasonable price*. Dial 3-19S2. Adv. Peonies Peonies For Memorial Day Part of our Peonies have come Into bloom. They are just right, and you ,can get them fresh from the bushes. On Wednesday at the Green • Avenue Market House. Thursday and Memorial Day fresh cut every hour. Why buy shipped in Peonies, when you can have fresh cut home-grown at only $1.50 per doz. * C. W.Eifler Walton Ave. and 22nd St. Bell Phone 1464 each page having a broder of planes. The 1930 Chimrock, the seventh such publication of the school, is dedicated to Donald LeRoy Young, assistant coach and teacher of social science, as "one who has brought us inspiration by his high ideals, strength by his mighty character, contentment through honest labor, true ideas of school spirit through his sportsmanlike attitude and his teaching, and the rewards of a lasting friendship that will be kept as a treasure by all." The staff of students who prepared and directed the publication is listed on one o£ the first pages of the volume, Mildred Bancroft as editor-in-chief; Edwin Clapper, business manager; Robert Collary, art editor; Paul Vipond, Robert Ovelman and Richard Banholzer, advertising managers; Goldie Lasser, Jane Hunter'and Virginia Jones, circulation managers; Betty Kemp, assistant editor; Dorothy Good, faculty editor; Wallace Williams and Mable Whittaker," athletic editors; Alma Soyster and Helene Bowser, class editors; Eleanor Kirkham and Margaret Moore, society editors; Dorothy Buoymaster and Enid Haller, snap shot editors; Gerldene Downing, Kathryn Rettburg, Mildred Lindsey and Pauline Wertman, typists; Dorothy Meyers, Dorothy Rishe and Katherine Haller, associate editors. Four excellent pencil sketches, one of the main entrance to the school, another of the entire front of the building, a. third of the entrance to the school athletic field and the fourth of the natural rock formation which lends its name to the volume, occupy four early pages in the .book. Photographs of the dental hygiene and home economics rooms, the chemistry and physics laboratories, the gymnasium and typewriting room are also displayed. In the department devoted to administration are introduced Superintendent Calvin V. Erdly, head of the Hollidaysburg schools, the members of the school board and the school faculty. Superintendent Erdly and members of the faculty are shown in individual pictures with the school board appearing in a group picture. Pictures of the senior class officers: President, Paul Vipond; vice president, Betty Kemp; secretary, Dorothy Good, and treasurer, Virginia Jones, occupy the first page of the group devoted to the various classes. Each member of the class is presented in individual photograph in succeeding pages, along with their course and the activities in which they participated during the school years. A history of the clasa and the class will complete the pages given the seniors. Junior, sophomore, freshman, eighth and seventh grade groups of students are pictured along with the class officers and brief histories are given. Under organizations are listed the Girls' league, Roman, vocational, French', dramatic, hiking, business, craft, industrial art, book and holiday clubs, along with group photographs of the members, the names of officers and brief histories. Under the Boys' league are listed the Boy Scout, nature, astronomy, phy-chem, biography, career, and H. clubs, group photographs, officers and histories also being given as with the girls' clubs. The Chlmrock editorial and business staffs and that of the H-Burger along with a composite picture of a copy of the H-Burger, and accounts of the activities of the staffs, occupy several pages, followed by pictures of the school orchestra and band, and the girls' glee club and sketches concerning the organizations. Pictures of the school orchestra, band and glee club with sketches of their activities and an account of the music department operetta, "The Sunbonnet Girl," pictures of'the Thespian club and scenes from the several school plays, and a picture and history pf the debating club precede the very excellent department devoted to athletics. The athletic board of students and faculty, the cheerleaders in action, the managers of the several teams, and individual and group pictures of the athletes in each sport provide an excellent conclusion of scholastic contents along with a number of photographic features such as are scattered throughout the book, the stu- CITIZENS TO PAY TRIBUTE TO DEAD ALTOONA, PA., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 28. J930, COUNTY SEAT TO HONORJETERANS Memorial D*y Will Be Fittingly Observed In Hollidays- btttf With a Parade and a Patriotic Program. General orders have been Issued for the Memorial day observance In HolH- daysburg. The day's activities staft with the decoration of graves during the early morning hours and the narade will move at 9 o'clock. r ._ ...111 InKrM A« " Jesse R. Wike Roaring Spring, Pa. I wish to sincerely thank my friends of the second district of Blair county for their loyal support given me at the recent Primary Election. Hoping for your continued support at the General Election and assuring you of my best efforts if re-elected. Adv. Parade and Patriotic Address Are Planned for Roaring Spring—Graves of Soldiers to Be Dec.orated. The Memorial day address at Roaring Spring on Friday morning in connection with the memorial services in respect of the honored dead resting in the borough and adjoining cemeteries, will be delivered by the Rev. A. L. Thompson, pastor of the United Brethren church of Bast Freedom and Widely known as a patriotic orator. The Roaring Spring program will open at 9 o'clock with the assembly in the square opposite the I. O. O. F. hatl for the annual parade of patriotic organizations, Sabbath schools and others desiring to participate. The activities of the day will be In charge of the Sons of Veterans of the borough. Forrriing on Main street, the parade will move over the principal streets of the town to Oreenlawn cemetery, where the exercises will take place. In the event of rain tHb program will be carried out in the High school auditorium. The parade will find the following organizations in line: Sons of Veterans, War Mothers, American Legion and auxiliary, O. A. R. and auxiliary, P. O. S. of A. and auxiliary and Sunday schools. The war mothers and few remaining members of the G. A. R. veterans will occupy motor cars in the line. The Roaring Spring band will lead the parade and will entertain with a concert during the morning. The committee in charge of arrangements urges the cooperation of all patriotic organizations in making the day a success. Following, the exercises in the borough, members of the band and Sons of Veterans will go to several of the smaller communities in the afternoon to assist in the memorial exercises. Members of the Roaring Spring Sons of Veterans will look after the decoration of graves in many of the outlying cemeteries in this section of the One of the beauty spots in the borough on Memorial day will be Greenlawn cemetery. A force of .men has been working for several weeks preparing the city of the dead for Memorial day and the work of cutting the grass and beautifying It generally will be completed today. The program to be rendered at the cemetery follows: Muaio Band Singing'of "America." Devotional,services...Rev. A. C. Byler HONOR OftADtJATB CLEAN UP On ALL USED RADIOS At the LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED SETS AS LOW AS $5 SEE OUR WINDOWS THE J. E. SPENCE ELECTRIC STORE 1310 Twelfth Ave. Phone 4191 THE ARANDALE HOTEL, BEDFORD WILL SERVE $1.00 SPECIAL DINNERS SUNDAYS AND WEEK DAYS GOLFERS BRING YOUR CLUBS AND SPEND THE DAY Fresh Cut Home Grown PEONIES MANSION HALL BULLETIN Midnite Keller Skating May 28—11.30 F. M. to 2.30 A. M. Adv. Lincoln's' 'Gettysburg address. Miriam Memorial day address^ ^ Thomp8on Recitation "In Flanders Field- Bertha Moreland SonB Yates quartet Calling roll of dead. Babe Price Benediction V.'.'.'.T.'.Rev'.' G'.'S. 'womer Memorial service....Sons of Veterans and American Legion Saluting of dead.. Three volleys T ap S David Longenecker Decoration of graves. Decoration Day Flowers Geraniums, Petunias, Lobelias Ageratums, Lantanas, Verbenias, Fuchsias, Scarlet Sages, Zinnias, Sweet Williams, Carnations, Pinks, Blooming Vlnca, Pot Marigolds, Sweet Allysnm, Begonias, Coleus, Callen- dulas, Snapdragons, "Vines" Vlnca, Ivy, and Wandering Jew. L. W. KIMMEI, * SON Green houses one square back of Ebersole's garage, Plank Road. Dial 2-0502 Adv. For Memorial Day at Exceptionally Low Prices IMPERIAL Flower Shop 1012 12th Street Phone 2-7166 dents having been caught in other than school activities by friend's cameras. The advertisements of the Hollidaya- burg and Blair county friends who made financially possible the publication of the volume occupy the final pages. The Chimrock was printed by the Mirror Printing company. Hair Goods A representative from one of the Urgent importing houses of New York wili be here Thursday, May 29th with a large line of hair goods, wigs, transformations, KWituhes, etc. Frederick Permanent Waving. Personal attention. MRS. JEAN VAUGHAN 341-342 Centra! Trust Bldg. 10,000 GERANIUMS In Bud 15c Each WHITBRED'S Ath Avenue and 30th St. Plenty of Parking Space. Adv. SALE OF WALL PAPER Plastic and Textone, 25c Embossed Paper, 60c val. 115c Let me give you a price for Papering 2 rooms or more. J.ISAACSON, 12 AVE. 16 ST. Prompt Service. Dial 2-4393. We Deliver. Open Evenings. FOR RENT 1811 4th St., 6 room all modern duplex apt. Inquire Stevens Store, 1809 4th St. f Adv. Will I11UVW «•*« •* ** v*~-~- — *"The" parade will form on Newry street, the head of the column resting oA Bedford street. All units w 1 be in line at 8.50 and the parade w move promptly at 9 a. m. There will be no waiting for late arrivals. The parade will move from Newry street to Allegheny street, ,to Jones street, thence to Walnut street, west on Walnut street to Wayne street and north on Wayne street to Hollidaysburg High school building. At the conclusion of these services the column •will move to the Lutheran, St. Mary's and Presbyterian cemeteries where the usual ceremonies will be conducted by the G. A. R. and Fort Fetter, post, American Legion. After the services in the Presbyterian cemetery, the parade will be dismissed and the several military units will proceed to the various other cemeteries for services. > First Division. Chief marshal, Samuel Calvin. Aides, C. V. Erdly, Chester Elliott, J. E. Schrum, Kenneth Forsht and Donald Young. Troop C, 104th Pennsylvania cavalry, mounted. Troop C, 104th Pennsylvania cavalry, dismounted. Second Division. Fort Fetter post drum and bugle corps. Fort Fetter post rifle squad. Spanish-American War veterans. Third Division. Elementary schools—Gaysport, Central, Hlllcrest, Hollidaysburg High school band, Senior High school, Junior High school. Fourth Division. Boy Scouts, Hollidaysburg troop. Boy Scouts, Canan Station troop. Knights of King Arthur. Knights of St. George. Independent Order of Odd Fellows Knights Militant. Members Fort Fetter post, No. 518, American Legion. Fifth Division. Daughters American Revolution. G. A. R. circle. Spanish-American War veterans auxiliary. Fort Fetter post, Legion auxiliary. P. O. of A. Boyer unit and all other units participating in automobiles. Following Is the program of services at High school >building: Singing, "America"—Assemblage accompanied by High School band. Invocation Rev. Eyster Award of Legion medals to best all- round High school boy and girl- Presentation by Commander J. C. Lang, jr. Oration Rev. J. E. Strtne Selection—Fort Fetter Post drum, and bugle corps. Singing. "Star Spangled Banner"— Assemblage accompanied by High School band. Benediction Rev. T. Stacy Capers Flower committee—John B. Elliott and LeVere Johnson. Automobile committee—Paul Curran and Frank W. Suckling. Flag committee—Raymond Estep and Claude Skinner. As in previous years, the school children and the public are requested tot bring flowers to any of the school buldings or to the Legion post rooms where they will be collected by the flower committee on Thursday afternoon. They will be properly cared for and on Friday morning the graves will be decorated by the Boy Scouts, leaving the post rooms at 6.30-a. m. and completing the work before the parade forms. MISS MABIAN B. PUCKBT ALTOONA STUDENT ADDRESSES SCHOOL FOOTWEAR SPECIALS FOR MEMORIAL DAY MR Famous "Save*Arch'? Footwear The - Best values known. Pumps, straps, tlei, In black kid,, brown kid, patent and blonde kid. Combination lasts. Widths AA to EBB. ' $4.85 / • * Men's "Freeman" - Oxfords Noted for comfort, style and their wearing qualities. Black or tan with half steel, leather or rubber heels. B. C. D. widths. Sizes 6 to 11. $5.00 Pair Boys' Tan and White Tennis Shoes In blucher pattern, size, 7 to 6. At 59c Pair THE SHOE MARKET 1436 llth Ave. Miss Marian R. Puckey, whose home is at 412 East Grant avenue, this city, was one of the speakers at the fifty- second annual commencement exercises of the Lock Haven Sjate Teachers college, conducted there this morning. Miss Puckey has just completed a teaching course and was one of the three honor students to be graduated there this year. The theme of her address was "Associatlonal Living," with instruction of pupils along this line. Miss Fuckey attained unusual honors in the school, being active not only in studies but in the recreational work carried on there. Graduating in a class of 215 members, she was one of the twenty-four to receive degrees of bachelors of science, conferred by Dr. Dallas W. Armstrong, president of the college. She also received a grade 1 rating from the American Association of Teachers colleges according to an announcement made at the convention of' the National Educational association. Another of the honor students and speakers was Miss Elizabeth Kittleberger of Curwensvllle, leader of the kindergarten - primary group, who spoke on "The Play Way!" One of the main attainments of Miss Kittleberger's course was the study of music, which she expects to continue. Miss Puckey expects to teach In the Altoona schools following her return to this city. Both talks were given in the auditorium of the institution. DANCE TONITE ROUND-SQUARE' MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK Dancing Decoration Day, May 30th Ivyside Park Joe Malloy's Orchestra 8.30 to 11.30 p. m. Sub. 50c Saturday Night, May 31st Freddie Geig and His 8 Piece Band 9 to 12. Follow the crowd to Ivyside Wednesday and Thursday. WEEK-END SPECIALS These prices for Thursday and Saturday. TOMATOES, FANCY 2 LBS 25c CUCUMBERS, CHOICE 5 FOJl 25c WATER CHESS, CRISP, BUNCH 10c LARGE NEW POTATOES, 5 IBS ZSc CAMBRIA CO. POTATOES NO 1 PK. 65c ICEBURG LETTUCE 10c BOSTON HEAD 1KTTUCE lOc ASPARAGUS, HOME GROWN BUNCH 2»0 GREEN ONIONS 3 FOR lOc ONION SETS 3 QTS 25c GREEN SHELLED PEANUTS, EXTRA LARGE, SPEL. 5 LBS. 65c STRAWBERRIES QT. 25c CANTALOUPES, CAL. SWEET.. lOo LARGE LEMONS DOZ. S9o BANANAS, GOLDEN DOZ. 2Se 40o GRAPE JUICE 25o 25o NORWEGIAN SARDINES, 13V4c S5c STUFl'ED OLIVES 20c GARY'S MARKET 1107 llth St. Dial 3-9278 Adv. DO IT NOW! Dance Floyd Mills And His Marylanders Broadcasting and recording orchestra Will appear at Bland Park Thursday May 29 PEONIES Fresh Cut—Home Grown Finest In Town L, W. KIMMEL & SON Green house* one square back of Eberaole's garage, Plank Road. Dial 2-0502 Adv. i Get in touch with u« if you want a real good Virgin Wool Hand Tailored Suit or Top Coat. There In nothing better being offered today at around f 30 than our STYLE CLOTHES, These garments were bought to tell at $29. Our hard luck Is your gain. Every one of these garments must go. They are yours for only $19.50 LEVIN'S Formerly Goodman & Levin 1413 llth Ave. Adv. ALTOONA NIGHT Every Wednesday Nile It "AUoon. Night" At CRESSORETTO NIGHT CLUB Lee Hoffman's "Pleasure Perfect Food" is a treat. Good floor and music. The most enjoyable place in the district to upend an evening. (Midway Cresson-Loretto) G—A—B—L—E—'—S GROCERY NEEDS FOR THE HOLIDAY Fancy Strawberries Quart box, 25o Celery Hearts Large bunches, 2 for 35e Crimson Giants Button Badlihcs Large bunches, 5o New Onions 9 bunches, fie Home Grown Spinach 5 pound*, 25c California Cantaloupes 45-slce, lOc Cuban Pineapples Large slxe, 2Sc Florida Grape Fruit M-slze, lOc California Lemon* 300-slze, dozen, 35c New Potatoes tT. S. No. 1 *lze, 5 pounds, ZSc Texas White Onion* No. 1 slxe. 4 pound*, 2Se Sweet Drinking Santo* Coffc* 6 pound*, 98o Our Special Blend Cofle* , 6 pound*, $1.39 Gable'* Orange-Pekoe Tea Pound, 65c Sunbeam Stuffed Olive* Quart jar*, a for 81.00 Sunbeam Plain Olive* 25-ounce jar*, 25o Dill and Sour Pickle* 25-ounce jars, 25o Sweet Mixed Pickle* 25-ounce jar*, 35e King Taste Product* Mayonnaise, Sandwich Spread Thousand I*laiid Dreialng l French Droning 8-ounue jars, 25o value, 19c O and O Ginger Ale Carton of six, 75o BASEMENT Adv. Special Only Until June 1st CARS WASHED Day and Night Service Gable's Arcade Garage* t G—A—B—L— E—'—S BOYS' GRADUATION OUTFIT $30.00 This outflt includes a Blue Suit, White Shirt, Tie, Hose and Shoes. White Flannel Trousers, $1.88. MEN'S SHOPS FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS FLOWERS For Memorial Day A full line of cut flowers and potted plants. Thousands of blooming geraniums and petunias. Home grown peonies, a speciality. W. T. Shields & Sons 2400 14th Ave. Dial 7072 Spouting Rooting Hardware HOLLAND'S HDW. CO. 610 4tb St. 2-7588 - Ruptured - We can fit you with a truss that will give you comfort and satisfaction. Our many years of practical experience has taught us the details In truas fitting. JBetter call and see us today. Abdominal belli and bracei jjtted by trained fitters. Elastic hosiery a specialty with u§. Lady attendant and private fitting room. Welsh Brothers' 1616', Union Ave. "The "the Other STAf» "Alias French Ctertl^."' tttSHLE* "On The Level." * OliYMPiO "The Return of Df, FU "Hold Your Man." ' JUNlATA "Gentlemen qf the Pfe^S." ttOMlOAYSBUBG GRAND "Spring Is ttere."^ ,' , "Cohens' and Kellys In' Scotland." L-A-K-E-M-0-N-T P-&MC O-P-E-N-S M-A;£ 30, BAND CONCERT IN THK CASINO AFTERNOON ANp EVENING D-A-N-C-I-N-G F-R-I-D-A-Y A;N-D r t- S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y N-l-T ? E-8jl W-I-T-H WOODIE FRAYNE'S ORCH. G-E-N-T-S— 60o t-A-D-I-B-S— ZBO S-P-E-N-D T-H-E D-A-Y A-T L-A-K-E-M-0-N-T t Your are assured a goo«t time »t this, Altoona's most Beautiful Bwk. Adv.- FOR SALE ABOUT Z70 BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK YOUNGSTERS Mostly cockerels. Four to seven weeks old. Many the right age for canonizing or for feeding! your table scraps too. Can be reared Without heat. Every year we sell hundreds of these youngsters for backyard flocks, and to folks with their summer camps that want some springers to eat right along. Special prices 20c to SOo each. Call Parks Poultry Farm. Bell phone. Adv. FOR YOUR PICNIC LUNCH '>i>af lettuce—Ideal for sandwlohei. Scarlet Button Badlshes. Young Onions. Also Spinach and Ithubarb direct from our gardens. WATTS WAYSIDE MARKET Midway between Altoona and Tyrone. Open Evenings. Adv. i RICH TOP SOIL' Excellent for lawns and planting. Eli Snowberger, Phone 936R3 Adv. RICH TOP SOIL' For Lawns, blowers, Cemetery Lot* DIAL 8683 Adv. to Glorify Memories \f. *JP ~ For those brave soldiers who were near a.nd dear to all of us, there is an occasion to show we remember. It is a dignined momentous Holiday, and we take special pride in catering to Decoration Day floral needs in a fltting manner. Special Arranged Vases pf Flowers At $ 3 Choice Selection of All Cut Flowers In Season MYERS BROS. 1016 Green Avenue Phone 8161 FLOWERS COME TO KUNY'S GREENHOUSE For your nice healthy Potted Plants for cemeteries, flower beds and porch boxes. Also nice eut flowers for Dee- oration Day. Special Peonies, $1.80 do*. KARL KUNY, FLORIST 933 1st Ave. Dial 8058 Adv. A Rare Treat From the Otium Club Due to the change .from the Indoor to the outdoor dance •eaion we are able To Book Tommy Christian's Georgia Crackers Bland Park, T-o-n-i-t-e Sub. $1.60, At Door Only PLAN ' to take higher training immediately following graduation Prepare for the ever-widening field of commerce and industry through the avenues of executive-secretarial and accounting knowledge and practice. Enroll wit h th e Altoona School of Commerce 1110-1112 Thirteenth St. Kntire buldint; utilized—Each floor—a. complete department. Secretarial—Accounting Theory —Business Practice.

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