Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 5, 1930 · Page 14
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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t -. MOtfPAyLJA*JLA*J*& /' , - >\ % - ' , , \S^&>.&,...., -^1^—^-^i ^^^^^^^^l^^jljg^^l^ljll^l^l^j^jlljjgl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^jl^j^j^jpl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^jl^jj^^jjIjj^j^l^jj^^j^gscnac^sssa^^i^Baj^i^BMB^^BiBg*" ' ™ '• " ' '—' ^ EWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND HOLLIDAVSBURG flora w. &mi)ey, instructor of «. year ago in the Holltaays- school, who was granted a by the board of education for h* purpose of pursuing a higher of study in language at Rad&e college, Harvard university, has ted her course of study. Miss will return to Hollidaysburg In rof 1930 and will serve as head of the French department. 1 Oscar F. R. Tredor of Philadelphia is Impending the week-end at the residence let Mrs. S. Royer Dibert and her Slighter Miss Janet Dibert of 6M Wal- not street. •* MPS. Margaret Stewart Humes, of the- lute Dr. J. H. Humes. - . . . lantf her sister Mrs. Alexander Wler. •both of Bell wood, were guests last J-week of Mrs. Laura L. Johnston and IMite Mary K. Johnston of 417 Wayne {street. * Miss Almeda Croylc, a student nurse § at the Homeopathic hospital, Pitts» burgh, is spending B week's vacation tat the residence of her parents Mr. and JMrs. D. F. Croyle I street. of 311 Franklin . j Mrs. Lenora Malonc, matron of the f Blair county courthouse, is confined to Jher home, 110 Wayne street, by Illness. 'Her condition is steadily improving. ! Orville J. Fay. the veteran grocer, Jwho has been confined to his residence, 1 617 Montgomery street, for the past jfew weeks by illness, S proving. is steadily im- Mrs. E. C. Hare, left on Saturday IfOr Philadelphia, where she will spend J a week with her daughter, Miss Helen •Louise Hare, ,a student nurse in the 'Jefferson hospital. Mrs. Hare went to j Philadelphia to spend her daughter's , birthday anniversary. , Mrs. Inez Humes Gary, of Brooklyn, jN. Y., was entertained over the week i end at the home of Miss Mary K. * Johnston, 4i7 Wayne street. Mrs. Gary Ms a native of Hollidaysburg, being J formerly Mis* Inez Humes. I Rev. T. Stacy Capers, pastor of the {First Presbyterian church, announces J that Sunday, ! May 11, will be appropriately observed in the local church >as Mother's day. A full program of ! both llterttry and musical character will *e featured at both the morning and evening service, in memory of 'Mother. , Joseph Healy, of Alliance, O., spent t the week end with his family in Hol- illdaysburg who now reside at the home iiof Mrs. Healey's aunts, Misses Emma, i Anna and Rosy Schmldtt, of 204 < Wayne street. * The seventeenth annual dinner of ! the Presbyterian Officers' association, !of Blair county will be held in the 4 First Presbyterian church, Hollidays- 4 burg," on Friday evening, May 9, at ' 46.30 o'clock, in-the entertainment room. <A delicious menu will be served by the 1 ladies of'the congregation. There will 'be a special program following the • • banquet. : The' speaker of the evening ,will be Attorney George G. Patterson. | The weekly meeting of the Hqllidays- iburg Kiwanis Club, scheduled to be on Tuesday evening, at the The weekly conclave of Castle Camelot, Knights of King Arthur of the First Baptist church, will be held this evening at 7 o'clock, in the Judson Bible Class room. This meeting will be featured by the initiation of a class of candidates into membership. Mrs C R. McMillan of Harrlsburg, formerly of Altoona, Is a guest at the residence of her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bv Christy of 910 Allegheny street. The monthly meeting of the Holli- davsburg borough council will be held this evening at 7.30 o'clock In the municipal hall. A large amount of borough business is scheduled to be transacted. Charley Houck of Trenton, N. J., was entertained during the past week, at the residence of his cousins Misses Bess and Helen Deal of 719 Walnut S Mrs Lewis Collins of Baltimore, is a truest of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. William Fell Kirk of 1005 Allegheny street. Mrs. J. Rolla Patton of 221 Newry street has gone to Bellefontc. for a week's visit, at the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Waite Mattern, jr. . Superintendent Samuel T. Williams of the Sunday school OJE the First Baptist church announces that the annual children's day program will be presented on Sunday, June 8. The members of the primary and beginner's departments of the Sunday school will present a pageant. The Hollidaysburg branch of the Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet on Tuesday evening, May 6, at 7.30 o'clock, at the home of the president Mrs. J. W. Stltzel, 415 Wayne street. A full attendance of members is urged. An important meeting of the church council of the Zion Lutheran church will be held this evening May 5 at 7.30 o'clock in the parish house. Albert Conrad of Clearfleld county spent the week end in the county capital where he was entertained at the residence ,of Mrs. Rose M. Eberly of 533 Pine street. Miss Claire M. Rentz of 716 Blair street and Miss Myrtle C. Eberly of 533 Pine street, motored to Bedford on Sunday where they were entertained by friends. Mrs. Rose C. Eberly of 533 Pine street has returned home from, a two weeks visit in Pittsburgh, where she was entertained at the residence of her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Edwjn F. Eberly. The basket of choice flowers which adorned the pulpit in the Zlon Lutheran church last Sunday was the gift of class No. 19, of the Sunday school and was given in memory of the late James Lykens, who for many years was the esteemed and beloved teacher of this class. Capitol hotel, will be of an unusually * interesting character. The Kiwanis f Club will have as their guests'Profes- ? sor Cyrus D. Thompson, musical direc- Jtor of the Hollidaysburg public schools, 4 and Miss Marion V. Johnston, in, structor of dramatic art, under whose ,abl* supervision "Sunbonne't • Sue," i ai&DIV BUpei V1DIUU 0U11UU111ICI k?uw, ; ^ Vth. receSt Kiwanis show, was staged and^Mrs^A^C. tgi jreccfTrfiilly in the High school BLANDBURG Mrs. Dave Lovell and Mrs. John Letcher were shoppers in Altoona last Thursday. The Parent-Teacher association banquet will be held May 6, at the community hall. Mr> and Mrs. Robert Smith of Cannonsburg were visitors at the home of Mrs. Smith's parents Mr. nnet - 7 «* w*«. w —•• ,-.—--—- guest at dinner this week: Calvin V. Erdly, i superintendent "of the public schools, 'who has been the very efficient secre- itary of the club for the past two years, 4 tendered his resignation. John W. |Oakea has been assigned to act in the I capacity of secretary. Walter N. Lee- fdom, who has served for the past {year, aa chairman 'of the program I committee, has tendered his resig- I nation, In favor of Jack Mattews. >"•» >An' Important reherasal of the choir" at tfie First Baptist church will be held ."•H .Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock in the • -onurch. A full attendance of members •ali. urged. '.".The'monthly meeting of the Holli- lysburg bpard of education will be ijeld this evening at 7.30 o'clock in the 'ice of Superintendent Calvin ly at the Central building. V. V]|.Mr. and Mrs. William A. Ride of 810 uce street .have returned home from extended pleasure sojourn of sever- L-O-A-M »... Lawns Built and Rebuilt ^Cemetery Lots — Sodding a Specialty *u; General Hauling -A. LEE ECKKB Phone 308-J •J(. Adv. ' ! ll 'FOB SALE— Baby carriage, almost "Jjjte new, reasonable to quick buyer. ^Inquire at 216 Franklin St., Hollidayg- Adv. ." .Apartment for rent. All conveni- Lasser Shoe Shop. Phone 81-J. ( Now is the time to have your lawn ,*nd garden filled with best river •loam at reasonable prices. >' Also coal, shale, sand and gen- 'eru.1 hauling. GEORGE ALTMANSHOFER Phone*, - S>5-M or 819-K-:i4 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cherry visited in Blandburg on. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks and children visited Mrs. Hick's parents Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Shell on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glock and Miss Betty Kennedy spent Sunday in Portage. Miss Betty returned to her home after spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Glock. A miscellaneous shower was given Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jackson ' on Wednesday evening, April 30, when a lot of the young folks of this community gathered at their home. The evening was spent in a social way and the music was furnished by the following young men: James McCoy, Steve. Buda, Robert Bouoh, Wilford Berger, Frank Zajack and Joseph Thomas, and it was very much enjoyed and appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson received many beautiful and useful gifts. Lunch waa served at a late hour. All Joined in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Jackaon many years of happiness. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lovell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gresh and daughter Hazel, Edith Lovell, Mrs. Arthur Youngkins, Betty Youngkins, Mrs. Alex Irvin, Clyota McClellan, Mr. and ' Mrs. Mervyl Gates, Anna Hollenbaugh, Helen Clauss, Mrs. Charles Glock, Mrs. Mike Kovaloski, Mrs. Joseph Buda, Coletta Matthews, Natalie Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Keith and children Clair, Mardell and George, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Jackson and daughter Marie, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Swan and children. Edna, Esther, James, Billy, Maude and Gerald, Margaret Simmons, Cressie Bender, Kenneth Bender, Henry Glasgow, Joe Noel, Orrie Lovell, Ord Reffner, James McCoy, Steve Buda, Robert Bouck, Wilfred Berger, Frank Zajack, Joseph Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jackson. DUNCANSV1LLE Mrs. Melvln Feathers of 906 Third avenue v6ry pleasantly entertained the Ladies 'Fortnightlyciub at its bi'-waek- ly gathering in her home on fast Friday evening. The evening's program was a varied and most interesting one, with a dinner, a business meeting arid a social period as features. It well attended by the members' of }he group. About the only damage caused, by the high winds which • swept this region on last Friday evening was a break in the wiring systetn of the borough street lights, which threw the streets in darkness during the early part of the night. Penn Central linemen found the trouble and remedied it shortly after 10 o'clock Friday night, when service was restored. . ' The recently organized Ladies Aid society of the local Presbyterian church will sponsor a sale of homemade pies and cakes and vegetable soup to be held on the coming Saturday afternoon, May 10, at the church, to which all are cordially invited. The proceeds of the sale will be applied to the fund of the society for the use of the church. The May meeting of the Duncans- Villc board of education will be held this evening at 7.30 o'clock at .the school building. Final reports of the school term just ended will be heard and plans discussed for the next term to be developed during the summer vacation period. A light passenger car, operated by .ts owner, a Mr. Fo'ose of the vicinity of Altoona, was damaged to the extent of approximately $50 In a crash with a heavy sedan bearing New York state license ta,gs, at the corner of Third' avenue arid Thirteenth street, the latter part of last week. The Foose machine was making a turn at the corner when the New York car .approached from the east at an alleged excessive rate of speed. The rear part of the Foose car was struck, breaking a wheel and inflicting other damage disabling the machine, which was removed to a nearby garage for repairs. Mrs. Harvey Kite and daughter of Altoona spent Sunday visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Grbve. Emerd Lindsey of Allegheny Forge, west of Duncansvllle, has returned from Imler where he spent some time visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Loy of Altoona were pleasantly entertained here on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William 'Schultz at 121D Fourth ave- ue, The Lutheran Sunday school class of young men taught by Rey. G. B. Harman enjoyed a picnic outing on last Saturday. It was an all-day function and proved most delightful and beneficial to all the^ participants. Fishing was a diversion of the afternoon. .Mrs. Samuel Beach of Fourteenth streets pent the week-end visiting with relatives and friends at Philadelphia. Miss Mary Wertz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wertz of 1132 Fourth avenue, who underwent an appendicitis operation at the Mercy hospital at 1 Altoona on last Wednesday la recovering rapidly and it is expected that her condition will permit her* being dismissed from that institution within the next couple of .days, to be brought to her home here to fully recuperate. News of her splendid recovery is pleasing to her many young friends here where she is a student in the public schools. .. . ... 'R. M. Clark of Altoona was a Jatter part of the week caller among friends at this place. Eichard C. Denny of Evensburg, an nspector employed by the Pennsyl- TYRONE The monthly meeting of the Daughters Of Union Veterans Ot the Civil war will be held-In the G. A. R. rooms in the municipal building this evening at 8 o'clock. All members are urged to be present. the Ladies Aid society of the Lutheran church will hold their Majr meeting In the church parlors this eye^ ntng at 7.30 o'clock. Every member should be present. The junior oratorlal contest for the Tyrone High school has been arranged to be held In conjunction with the commencement activities ari'd will be presented Monday evening, May 26, In the Y. M. C. A. auditorium. Some unavoidable circumstances made this change in the date for this .year's contest necessary. The orations are being prepared by .the contestants themselves this year, and will be of an entirely different nature, than for several years past. BEDFORD A, B. McKinne/ qf Allequlppa, representing the Colonial stages, stopped off in Bedford last week. He was driving a car which he and his friend Ray Platt had built. The car weighed 700 pounds and 'Was five feet in length. It has an 18-horse power motor and can make 45 miles an hour on good surface. Mr. McKinney was traveling rom New York to Pittsburgh. Herbert Hershberger has moved his market this week to the basement oorii at the front of the Hotel Wash- ngton. He has made many improvements at the new quarters. > Dr. A. M. McQueen, who has been 'esldent physician at the Tlmmins hos- jltal for the past eight months, moved o Milheim, Centre county, on Wednes- lay. • Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Madore and daughter Elizabeth, motored to Baltimore the last of the week to visit .heir son and brother, Robert Madore, who is a patient in a sanatorium. The Parent-Teacher association meet- ng has been postponed until Monday, May 12, because of the American Le•ion banquet and dance on May 5. Miss 'Katharine Phelps of the Children's Aid society was in Philadelphia over the week-end at a conference of . . while assigned to the road cbnstruc- lon job on the William Penn highway west of here. Mr. Denny is not here or the first time, being assigned to he same road Job for a period of several months last fall, and he resided -here at that time. J. T. Spence of Altoona, former ocal resident, was calling among 'riends here on Saturday. Genuine Frigidaire Service WOLF FURNITURE CO. •Aotbortaed Frlfldalr* Dealers" 1MI-M Utb Ave. Ulal 6116 GRAND HOLLIDAYbBUItU TII1IAV ANU TOMOBUOW WESTWOOD PARK The final meeting for the 1929-30 term of the Logan Parent-Teacher association, will be held in the schoo on Thursday, May 15, instead of the regular meeting night. Postponemen was due to the teacher's banquet on that night- A record attendance la expected as this will be the last meeting in the old building. There will be election of officers for 1930-31 term aa well as the various committees in charge having special arrangement for entertainment. Mrs. Catherine T. Stephenson lefi Friday for New York, from which place she sailed at noon Saturday on the S. S. Baltic for a six months visi with relatives and friends in England Scotland and Wales. She was accom panied to New York by Mr. and Mrs John N. Moore of Park avenue. COMEDY OUR GANG u "BANANA BABIES" PATHE SOUND NEWS t^vluUif AttrucUuui HOLD EVERYTHING AR1/OYA KID GEESEYTOWN I The pupils of Frankstown primary ' school having perfect attendance for the month of April were Frances Baldwin. Louise Goshorn, Dorothy (JoMhurii. Clide Keasey, Ruth Keasey, Leonard, Cathrine Ling, Ella Mae Rit-hcy. Hazel White, Gladys Loose. Janet Loose, Eugene Baldwin, David Bin-, Jack Caldwell, Junior Colbert. Sheldon Cruse, Thoral Cruse, David Dougan. Fred Felker, Lester j Keabey, King White, and Charles Riuhc-y. Those pupils having perfect attendance during tiie term were Dorothy Ooshorn, Louise Goshorn, Kra.iu.-fi Baldwin. Ruth Keasey, Clldo Keahc-y, Lcoler Keasey, David Bice, Thoral Cruse. Sheldon Cruse, and e Baldwin. CASANAVE'S h»tal>li»heii 50 Veara Leather I raveling Goodi Truoki—Umbrellas 1213 ELEVENTH STREET Jania department •egistered at the of La. highways, is .Finko hotel Mesdames W. V. Webb, H. E. Hite and Samuel Beach of this place and Mrs. Paul S. Vipond of New Portage Junction were numbered among the juests at a baked country ham dinner given on last Friday at noon Ir the home of Mrs. Harvey Clapper at 117 Logan avenue, Llyswen. , Mrs. Irvin Delozier of Roaring was a week-end visitor here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Wright. Mr. and .Mrs. Allen Dunn and Mrs Kroker all of Ambridge,' Pa., werr week-end visitors at this place at thi home of : Miss Mary Dunn of West Third avenue. Sheridan Gates of Harrisburg spen the week-end here visiting at the home of his brother-in-law, Harr; Schultz of 840 Third avenue and with other relatives and friends at thl place. Mr. Gates is recovering nicely from a recent attack of illness that kept him bedfast for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hoover and family of Roaring Spring were week-end visitors here at the home of Mrs. Hoover's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McHolland of 1212 Third avenue. Walter Barefoot of Claysburg waa a caller among ,he State society. Mrs. William Brice, jr., and Miss Fannie Enfleld were recent visitors in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Goss have returned to their home on Juliana Heights after spending the winter at Palm Beach, Fla., and recently visit- ng their son Leod at Yale university and Mr. Goss' parents in M a ' ne Professor Curtis Amps of Johnstown was a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Devore on East Pitt street. Carl Rouzer and wife and baby Nancy from Buck Hill are spending two weeks' vacation at the home of S. W. Rouzer on West Penn street. Mr. and Mrs. William H. BoWers of Philadelphia, former residents of Bedford, are guests at the Fort Bedford Inn, where Mr. Bowers has been ill since his arrival in Bedford. Lloyd Points and son of"Altoona were recent visitors in the home of Attorney George Points on East John street. Mrs. J. H. Hardman was called to Fostoria, O., last week by the death of a niece, Miss Amos. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schapple of Everett, former Bedford residents, announce the birth of a' son Friday, May 2, at Timmins hospital. Mother and son are getting along nicely. Joseph Gervln, jr., of South Juliana street, is a patient in the Tlmmlns lospital. Bedford P. O. S. of A. camps of Bedford county convened in the local camp room last Friday evening for a |omt meeting of initiation, the candidates having come from the Several camps of the county. Music for the evening was furnished by the Charlea- vllle band, under the direction of Howard Koontz. After the rendition of several fine selections the business session was opened and presided over by Chester A. Ford of Hopewell, president of district No. 1 of Bedford county. The main feature of the business aMaslnn was the conferring of degrees by the degree team of Camp 31, toona, which was exemplified so beautifully and impressively under the direction of Charles F. Nonemaker, past state president. During the social program the following speakers gave very interesting Wright of the talks: state J. Anson legislature; Charles Nonemaker, past state president; C. H. Paul of Altoona, John H. House!, president of district 2, Bedford county; D. W. Diehl and D. L. Hoffam of Altoona. Washington Camp NO. 736, P. o. ,s. Of A., will hold a gat'togeUfer meet- ng this evening in their lodge home. All the members are urgently request* 4 to bfe present, and any member of he order who do not belong to the ocftl camp, are also very cordially nvlted to attend. The Camto sessions are held in -the Junior Fraternity mlldlng every Monday evening at 8 •clock and this week's meeting brings pecial importance to the Patriotic Sons. The Ht-Y club will hold their an- iual banquet Friday evening, May 9. This year's outstanding social func- ion of the club will be held In the pacious ball room of the Dimeling hotel at Clearfleld. The trip to and 'rom the neighboring town will ' be made by automobile. The committee or this important occasion includes he following young men: Franklin Bayer, Wilson Gates. William Hall and Bernard Gates. A banquet that will urpass all previous events ia the arm and purpose of this committee, who lave put forth every effort to bring about their desired goal. Tonight the combined glee clubs of Tyrone High school will present "Miss Cherry Blossom," a mtislcal comedy in hree acts, in the Y, M. C. A; audito- The Quest class of the First Pres- yterian Sunday school will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Helen Harr, 1314 Logan avenue, at .30 o'clock. All the members are irged to attend. ' The monthly meeting of the.session f the First Presbyterian church will je held this evening at 7.30 o'clock n the church parlors. The Ladles auxiliary to the Neptune 'ire company will be hostesses to heir members and friends tombrrow vening when, thdy will sponsor anther of ttieir very popular "800" attd ieano parties In the fire hall on Penn- ylvania avenue. The games will,Btafct t 8.30 o'clock, and the ladies .are .nxious that all persons -feel assured f a very cordial welcome to .this- so- ial function. Dainty • refreshments will be served. , Mrs. E. W. Stine's Bible class,will iold their May meeting Thursday eve- ilng, May 8, In the church parlor, at o'clock. An intereatlng program will e presented and some very important iusiness will be considered. All iriem- iers are urged to be present. The Standard Bearers of the First ttethodist churdh will hold their May meeting in -the church school building 'uesday evening at 7 o'clock.. The members are requested to bring their ues and talent bags to this meeting. Vew members are extended a very icarty welcome. ' The monthly meeting of the official joard of ttio 'First Metho'dist .church vill be held ,:tbmorrow evening in the jfficial boardroom in the church school wilding at 8 o'clock. It is imperative hat every member of the official body irrange to be present for this meeting. The Young Women's Interdenomlna- ional Mission Study class will hold ts last meeting this evening at 7 o'clock in the Church school building of the First Methodist church. The members are requested to take their dues and talent bags to this meeting. The Harrisburg .consistory held a jet-together meeting for the members and prospective members In the Junior Fraternity building on Friday evening. There were/ approximately 125 in attendance, among whom were the following officers, from Harrlsmrg: George L. Reed, commander-ln- chief; William. Cor], chairman of the membership committee; H. H. Way, member of membership committee, also Charles Wood, chairman of the committee at • Altoona and other committeemen from Bellwood, Willlams- mrg and nearby points. At 7 o'clock a very delicious banquet was enjoyed which consisted of a full course chicken menu and which was thoroughly enjoyed by every person present. The menu was prepared an<i served by the ladies -of the Eastern star of Tyrone. Following the banquet, several stirring addresses were made by the officers and several ol the members present. The Tyrone committeemen that made thp arrangements for this very successfu season of social fellowship Include* J. C. Strattiff, chairman; Rev. E/dwarc M. Morgan, Walter D. Bauer, J. Scott Hommer, Harry A. Mills, and William A. Lytle. During the afternoon preceding the banquet and session, tour of the town was made by the visiting officers, and they were very favorably impressed with the genera conditions of the town and the im provements now impressed with the general conditions of the town and the improvements now under way. Sunday afternoon frienda at this place. The opening game of the Blair County league baseba.ll season played at Carnegie park on last Saturday afternoon was marred by an accident in which a Roaring Spring .youth whose name waa not learned waa struck in the face by a batted ball. A poseible fracture of the lad's nose was reported, although no immediate medical attention was given the injury. He waa one of the large group of ardent Roaring Spring fana^ who accompanied the team here. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yon of West Fourteenth street motored to Mont Alto on Sunday to visit with their son Elmer. Harry McKee of Altoona was num. bered among the Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Myers at this place. , A large attendance of citizens of the community Is desired at the meet- Resinol Ointment does Stop Itching Even in severe or stubborn cases it often gi?e* instant relief. Also excellent for burns, chafing, bulls, piles, etc. At your <'.• ROARING SPRING For Kent—T room house on Pop Inr street. Inquire 318 Main St. Adv. Ing to be held this evening at 8 o'clocl at the public school building to fur ther plans for the DuncansviMe Me morial day observance. The initia meeting held last week was verj poorly attended but it is hoped tha many more will manifest interest in the project by being at this evening' meeting. The Ladle*' Aid society of the trhlted Brethren church Witt meet *uW«a# evening' In the church. A full attendance of members will M appte6laWd*; Mr. and ,Mrs. John Tourlk and baby son John* of Main street, ipent Sunday visiting relatives, in Johns- >wn. • . . .'' -. Mr. and Mrs. Charles'Anple Of Altoona were Sunday fuests at the home of Mrs. Apple's Barents Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Caldwell Of Main street. W. I. Wharton, well-known Bellwood resident who Was painfully Injured ome few weeks ago. at the farm home if his son-ln-la-w, Warren 'Glasgow, when a team of mules Which he wits driving ran 'away, throwing him to he ground, is no^r recovering nicely, lelng able yesterday to attend church ervices. Although- still Walking With crutches, Mr. wharton hopes in a •hort time to be about his work again. The Woman's Missionary society of. he Grace Lutheran church Will meet his evening at 7.30 O'clock in the church. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Campbell of 426 North iPlrst street, spent the week-end with friends In Chambersburg. James M. Curry of 817 Orchard street pent Saturday In Johnstown, the guest of his brother, T. V. Curry. The What-So-Ever -class' will enter- ain their mothers Tuesday evening at he church at 7.30, Instead of 6.30, as ias been stated. There will 'also be a uncheon. I EVERY WEDNESDAY BELLWOOD BELLEFONTE Final assurance is given this week hat a mausoleum for the Bellefonte Jnlon cemetery will be erected within he near future. Ground at the highest point In the cemetery has been purchased as a site for the mausoleum, which will be located on the south side n the Vicinity of memorial circle. The architectural engineers. Lawrie and Jreen of Harrlsburg, have established ah office In Bellefonte and have prepared plans for. the building and everything is now. ready to proceed vith the. erection. • Mr. and Mrs. B.. O, Kennedy of Sioux ""alls, S. D., who we're motoring from Jrlanda, iTla., stopped .with friends in 3ellefonte Thursday en route to their home. Mrs. Kennedy was formerly Miss Louise Duncan of Spring Mills and Washington, D. C. '' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bvans have re- urned to their home in Philadelphia after spending several days as guests of Mr, and Mrs.. R. /L. Mallory on Spring street.. '. .' Mr. and Mrs. G. Oscar Gray and Mrs. 3. G. Morgan were Wllliamaport vis- tors Thursday.. : Dr. and Mrs,. J. J. Kilpatrlck and Mrs. George A. Beezer spent Thursday In Altoona. '•,.•Judge and Mrs. M. Ward Fleming motored to Butler Saturday. The judge ivlll return in a week-while Mrs. Fleming .will remain for several weeks. They wlll'-be guests' of Mrs. Fleming's sister Mrs. 'Charles H. Miller, and husband. ' Donald M. Sommervllle. of Jersey Shore, was a guest of his brother John S. Sommerville Thursday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Forrest W. Tanner are receiving , congratulations upon the birth of a daughter, Jean Lucile Tanner, born at their home Tuesday. LAKEMONT The Buds of .Promise Sunday school class of the Church of God will hold their meeting tonight at the home of Miss Lillian Rooney of Second avenue. The church council of the Church of God will meet, tonight. The -Gleaners Sunday school class of the Church of God will hold their meeting In the church tomorrow evening. They will hold a poverty social along' with the -regular meeting. , The Queen Either Bible class of the Church of God will hold their regular meeting in the church tomorrow ^ JUNIAtfA Junlata chapter, Am«W6«i Mothers, *m meet in regular £ Thursday., evening, May: 8, at 7.30 O'clock, IB the Y. M. C. A. parlor. A good attendance is urged as the ladles will put on the annual carnation Bale tor Mother's day. These flowers are sold each year *nd the '.money "*l«f|J is used ttt a|d the boys, who •*£ m the government hoapltal throughout the dounhy, and when the sale b«- glnt, the ladles will appreciate the »atronafe of every public minded citizen wh* Is interested in,the welfare 61 the ex-service boys who are iielng taken care of In. the various hospitals. Th« Junlata Soldier, Sailor and Marine club met Friday evening and during the business session, the fol» lowing general committee was appointed to arrange for the observance of Memorial day: Commander Paul F. Nowark, chairman; Tom O. Peoples, secretary; Mr. Peoples, 'hoirias Hlrschblel, Frank Gerlock, Arthur Martin and Bernard O'Connor were named as a committee on finance. Dr. J. U Brubaker was named to act again as chief marshal of the parade with Rev. A. Morgan Jenkins and Dr. 0. S. Hendricks as aides. The Churches, Sunday schools and public schools'will be invited to join in the celeb'ratlon. The speaker for the exercises at Grandview cemetery has not yet been secured. The Junlata Chapter American War Mothers will secure the flowers and arrange for the placing of the same on the graves of the soldiers. Mr. Hirschblel will have charge of arranging a float for the march In the parade and probably to go to bot,h Grandview and Greenwood jemeterles. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Norton and daughter of Panama, S. A., has been visiting Mrs. Norton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lasher, 010 Tenth avenue for a month. Mr, Norton Is employed by the United States government In Panama and he returned to his duties last week. Mrs. Norton and little daughter will continue their visit until June. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Nagle and son Dwayne of Youngstown, O., have returned to their home after a visit with Mrs. Nagle's/mother, Mrs. Salina Maus, 313 Eighth avenue. They were accompanied by automobile, as far as McConnellsville, Friday by ,,Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hunt, 1007 Broadway, who spent the week-end with friends returning home yesterday. \ Mrs,' SliHna MaUS and son Jam«s ot m ffilghlh av*nu« 'rMurned, Friday ' from Phlia(Jellphla>hett they attended the commencement exercises at the Jefferson fco*p~(tft, .their daughter And sister, Miss Emma Maus, Being a member Of the graduating ctaSs. Miss ktaus was also \* graduate of the juntat* High school in the 1926 class. She enters Into her profession as a trained nurse with the best Wishes of a host of home to*n friends. .; Miss Margaret Brown, secretary of the Child Welfare League of Altoona, will be the Speaker at the monthly meeting of the Keystohe P*.rent- Teacher 1 meeting this evening In the Keystone school. Other numbers on ;he program will Include piano selec- lons by Miss Hr'dean Buddie and Mrs. 33dgar Meek; vocal duet, Miss 'Martha MtcCloskey 'and Paul Sharar; address »y B. C. Gunderman, patron of the Keystone P.-T. A. and readings, by Miss Ruth Krtder. All patrons and •rlends are urged to attdhd the meet- The Friendship cirtele of the Presbyterian Sunday schriol met Friday evening at the home of Miss Norrlnna' Dalley, 621 Ninth avenue. After tha justness session, a delicious luncheon was served and a delightful social hour was enjoyed. Those present wer» Mrs. O. K. Hutchison, teacher; Misses Virginia Shaffer, Betty Jane Good- , man. Tlllle Cryor, Virginia Bathgat»J|r\ and Myra Geist. , ' . „ ^' The B. M. club was delightfully en- f tertalned Friday evening at the hom« \ of Mrs. Charles Casner, 110 West Ninth avenue. The evening was spent in pleasant social diversion, thsi^ • hostess serving a delicious luncheon. The guests were Mrs. W. A. Cryer, Mrs. E. K. Atkins, Mrs. Charles Goshen, Mrs. R. B. Jackson, Mrs. C. D. Showers, Mrs. John Black, Mrs, N. G. aGtes and Mrs. J. /*». Sliker. HEALTHY COMF1 Healthy complexions come from healthy Bystems. Free the body of poisons with Feen-a-mint. Effeclife in •mailer doses. 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Not only in price but efficiency. See it today. Liberal Allowance On Your Range A liberal allowance will be given you on your old range, regardless of condition. Call 7138 for particulars. Several Other Ranges On Display Here Several other gas ranges, ranging in price from $69.00 up, are displayed in our basement. Some with insulated ovens. Some with automatic oven controls. All colors, sizes and finishes. See our complete display today! W. S. AARON 1429 Twelfth Avenue

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