Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 6, 1929 · Page 6
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, November 6, 1929
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,. I- f«•>)»•-.'/' THE ALTOOttA Church, Society and Fraternal -j WILLING WORKERS TO GIVE PROGRAM The Willing Workers Wotnrn's clnss of the Twenty-rlKhth Street. Chiirrli of the Brethren Sunday school will hold its nemi-nnnmil public gathering and will present an entertaining program in the church on Friday evening. Nov. 8, at 8 o'clock. For a number of weeks a committee haw been busy and have arranged a. linn program. Following Uie presentation oT the program, a, social will bo held in the basement of the church. The following prog rum will be presented: Selections Orchestra Devotions... Rev. B. K. Waltz, pastor Music Young People's chorus Mrs. J. Q. llnplogln. director Miss Anna. Kinsel, iirrompiinist Reading, selected Loiraine Shaal Vocal solo, .selected. Mrs. R. K. Sc.hiirlier; Mrs. Waller Kelley, accompanist. Violin solo Frank Kombi-rgcr ' OFFICERS | AT y. u. A. MEETING COUNTY W. C. T. U. WORKERS TO MEET The Blnlr County Women's Chrisi lion Temperance union will hold a ! county worker's conference In the BOYS' MEETING IS SET FOR NOT. 17 DAMKI. CAKTKK HI,A I! II Audiiir, Kdm-ii- (cir, r>.|ierl ill OiililiMir I.Iff Dnnlel < Thou j ten i a limit lovp Men's chorus Offering Announcements .pnstnr i hang all the law Matthew IK ::17-40. and the prophets. -- SOCIETYNEWS Sermon nil the . Matthew i .Miln lit i, (i, 7. Tile Cherry Blossom club will meet tomorrow evening nt 8 o'clock at I. hi 1 home of Mrs. Adelaide ISwlng at 'Xi'i Walnut avenue. All members of the club are asked to be. in attendance, — o — The Ladles of this Golden ISagle will hold a masquerade- party at the home of Mrs. lona McManigal on Friday evening, Nov. 8. All members aro invited to attend. Mrs. W. C. McMiMlt'n of M07 Ji venue will entertain the m«inborn of the Nightingale club at her homo tomorrow evening ill 7.30 o'clock. All members are Invited to be present. — <, - Dames of Malta. No. 'i, will hold >i benefit card party at the homo of Bessie Bergy of !>IK.' Sixth avenue, tin., evening at 8.1.1 o'l/im-k. All iiit/nili' ••!.: and their friends are asked to attend. tend. • • — o — All members of Blair council, No. 376, .Jr. O. 11. A. M.. are requested to be. .jrcMUit nt Its regular meeting tomorrow evening nt 8 o'clock In tho Lakemont Terrace lire hall at which timi! tho council will make alterations and amendments to its by-lawn. — o— The Hebrew Ladles' Aid society anil the Agudath Achlm auxiliary will hold a Joint rummage, sale on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 7 and 8, in the Henderson building at 171fi Eleventh avenue. Tho patronage of I lie public is cordially HOlicltcd. , — o- Th« Ladies' auxiliary to Mountain f.ommandei y, No. 10, of the Knights Templar will hold a card party tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock In the Masonic temple. The affair was held for the benefit of the orphans at Elizabethtown. All Master Masons, their fam- IHes and their frit-mis are invited to attend. Altoona "review, No. 29, Women's Benefit association will hold Its regular meeting this evening at 7.45 o'clock at 820 Twelfth street. After the busi- , ness session, a masquerade party will be held and refreshments will be nerved. Members and frienda are welcomed to the affair. Members, families and frienda of the operating force of the General Motor firm in this city to the number oC thirty guests enjoyed a banquet served in the now Valley Forge inn on Monday evening at 7.30 o'clock. This parly spent an enjoyable evening in this get together meeting. — o — Sacred Heart branch, No. ti7S, of the L. C. B. A. will mi-Hi in regular HCM- Hlon this evening at 8 o'clock in the Knights of Columbus homo at 1508 Twelfth avenue. Mrs. McCaun and Mrs. McGowan will bo tho social committee for tho uvcning and all members aru uski'd to attend thu ineol- ing. - -o — A meeting of the membership campaign committee will lio huld in tho club rooms of frlde, of Mountain City council of the Jr. O. U. A. M., m Green avenuu and Klpvunth street, this evening at which timn all dnle- gtttes elected by councils of Ululr county are urged to lin present tiy call of the chairman, J. W. Sutler- field. — o— The Ladles of thu Cathedral guilil will sponsor a bridge and MX) cunt party on Friday afternoon, Nov. Ifi, at 2.30 o'clock in the Knights of Columbus home at 1608 Twelfth avenue. The chalrladies for tho occasion arc, Mrs. A. Li. DeBarber, Mrs. W. T. Moran and Mrs. C. T. HotT. The conimitten haa been working hard to make the affair a success and the patronage, ol the public in cordially solicited. — o — Mrs. Fred Sites, 1C(I,'! Kightfenth avenue entertained her f>00 club ut a mask ed HallpwoV-n party last Thursilay night. The home was beautifully decorated in the season's colors, and all had a great time gue.ssinn m who was who. After uamu.-ilunn, 500 was enjoyed until a late hour when dainty refreshments were served to the following* MeHduine.i John Dougherty, liun- lel Dough*rty and children Virginia and Irene; Russell Feather ami baby; Frieda Kelly, D. J. Dougherty, Ut-rilui Armstrong, Mury Henton, llolliiiay.i- burg; Thomas Morris, P. A. Sites, I.e- roy Keckli-r, daughters Leolu and Klvn, and non Sheldon ; Fred Sites, daughter Junior and son liohhy; C'burk's Hyrno, D. C. Dougherty, C. Shi'llcnberKci. Twenty-Thin! I'stilm On 'Monday evening, Nov. i, n. spec- lal meeting of the Young Men's asso- I Hat inn of St.. Mary's Catholic church j was hi.-ld in tlie club rooms at Fourth avenue .-ind Fifteenth street and the officers wc-i-e elected to serve during Inn coming year. The results of the election lire us follows: Prosidcnl, Al Weigand! first vice president, John Uatzesbcrger; second vice president. John Ilcintcl;; recorcl- i-i-r, Joseph Graupenspergcr, financial secretary, Frank J. Aigner; treasurer, J-'ranlc J. Kcsslur; marslmll, Max Aigncr. The following members were j elected to the board of governors: Lou ' Harris, John I^inggnth, Leo Lang- giith, James Konim, Matt Delterboek, Bert Conrad and Anthony Graupcn- i spergcr. The organization enjoyed a very sur- cessful yi-iir and the newly elected of- licers express hopes that through their efforts, they may maintain that .success. Tin- activities of the club am now at a. high mark with the howling leagues underway and the committees on social iiffnlrs functioning. Renovations and ehnngcH were made to llii' club rooms last month which enlarged (lie. soeial and committee | meeting rooms. The recreation floor I presents a very Mill-active appearance i as II. WHS newly pointed. Announcement will he made in the near future I of the anninil "Ma nil Grim" to be held liv the association. The TIMI -Deuteronomy fl. I < orlnlhluns 13 < '(million! "The Bible passages 1 am most interested in, I suppose, are those which emphasize the outdoor life of the Apostles and the Savior Himself. You will note that the great cat sermon ever preached was neither in a temple nor In a church, but from the mountain- iside. The twelve men who followed j Christ wen: outdoor men and the Mas- I tor Himself was alao an outdoor man. 1 "Tlnr Ten Commandments always appealed to me because they seem basic, common sense laws, and as far us I ran see, there, has been no Improve-i i merit made upon them for many, many centurli'y; but on the advent of Christ, He simplified and idealized the Ten Commandments and smoothed, so to speak, the from them by Kiibstltuting the Great. Commandment." (Compiled by the Bible Guild) CHURCH^NEWS The Friendship class of Die Second Lutheran Sunday school will meet tomorrow evening at 7.4.1 o'clock in the cliiss room In the church. The keyword of tho devotioiiH will be "Fnith." Boys—The subject Vor the next Sunday moss meeting will be "The Boy I nnd His Best Girl." This is a wonder- i it mi i. > vv t«i iv til n i^uni '.-,•••. iiv.--' ••• _ i "• •"-• **.!" .»-.v,..u -w First'aBptlst church tomorrow from fful message and has been delivered a 10 o'clock In the morning to 4 o'clock number of times before large mass 1 meetings for boys. Boys—Sunday, Nov. 17, you will earn something about your best girl. Boys—Your leader gives you the rlvilege of bringing your boy friends. Boys—The mass meeting will be held In the evening. In the morning, an executive board session -will be held and at noon a luncheon will be served. The afternoon period will be devoted to reports of the various delegates who attended the state and national W. C. T. U. conventions. These delegates will speak on the working points gained at the conventions. The following delegates will participate in tho program: Mrs. Mary Sawlelle, coun president who will preside over the conference; Mrs. C. C. Marks, county treasurer; Mrs. Emerson Karns, Tyrone, state musical director; Mrs. Emma. Neuhart, vice president of the Altoona union; Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper, president of the Juniata union; Mrs. Laura Weslon, secretary of the local Temperance legion, Juniata; Mrs. Maud Sorgum, treasurer, Juniata union; Mrs. Lutie Slssler, delegate of the Frances Willard union; Mrs. Anna. Eves, county director of peace and arbitration; and Mrs. A. P. W. Johnston, president of the Dysart union. i The following county officers and directors will outline plans of work for the. coming year: Mrs. Mary Sawtelle, president; Mrs. J. W. Stltzel, vice president; Mrs. Roger Bayard, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Samuel Harlsock, recording secretary; Mrs. C. C. Marks, treasurer; directors, Mrs. H. B. Ayers, Altoona, Americanization; Mrs. Sadie Hummel, Bellwood, child welfare and mothers' meeting; Mrs. Joanna Shullzaberger, evangelistic and prison reform; Mrs. Sadie Hummel, general secretary Temperance Light Bearers; Mrs. D. I. Gor- siich, Altoona, general secretary, Y. P. B.; Mrs. George Calderwood, Tyrone, humane education; Mrs. Etta Gathers, Altoona, Denver mission'and relief; Mrs. Jean Howes, Tyrone, legislative; Miss Nellie Berg, Hollldays- burg, medal contest; Mrs. John Bechtol, Bellwood, general secretary L. T. n the First Baptist church, Twelfth ivenue and Seventeenth street, Sunday, Nov. 17. Boys—One thousand books will be given away at the next mass meeting o boys -who have not attended. REV, AND MRS. SAWYER RETURN TO THIS CITY Rev. and Mrs. E. G. Sawyer, pastor, and wife of the Second Avenue United Brethren church of this city, returned o their home a,t 231 Second avenue on Monday following two weeks of evangelistic work in the First Brethren church of Roanoke, Va. The evangelistic services awakened great interest and proved to be a city-wide cam- lalgn. As a result of their visit to Roanoke, a unanimous call was presented to Mr. Sawyer, by a number of pastors of the ity for a, return engagement a, year hence at which time a number of :luirches will engage in a union evangelistic effort. Rev. Sawyer will lead his mid-week prayer service this evening as his first service following his eturn from the south. He will also occupy his pulpit at both services on Sunday. ThurHiliiy: l»r. \Vllllnni T. llurnndny,' liloluelHl tinil authority on wild unl- llllllH. AILEEN LAMONT'S STYLES OF TODAY My A1LKEN l.AMONT, Stuff Corri'.Hiiumlcnl. (ConyrlRht, 1029, by Altooim Mirror.) NEW YORK, Nov. 0.—One of the smartest shops,In New York tells us that tliH only people so far enthusiastic about the new styles with long skirts are tho flappers. Possibly this is because, born In an era of brevity, the sub-debs never before realjy wore 'lathes. Be that as It may, a surprising number of women refuse to lengthen their gowns by more than ' two Inches; and along Park avenue you see many a winter coat which in dellance of Paris is an Inch or more shorter than thu dress. The coat, doesn't look loo smart, but seems to Indicate doubt in the wearer's mind as to whether thu long skirt is here, to stay. I'urlH Tweeds. Miss Mury Bcndelalr of N-KW York and Paris recently stepped ashore at New York in the newest of Paris twecilu. It wns an ensemble by ehamp communal in half inch cheeks of gray, black, and white, with a black dot. in the middle of each white square. The coat, almost as long as the skirt, was elose-llttlng; the skirt has n godet .smartly let Into the side front. A moss- gi-pftii Jersey felt hut completed the costume. And Sleeves. There Is this season that boon to tin- woman with ugly elbows; :i formal evening gown with sleeves. Poiret has designed it in black lnrit and black chiffon. Tho gown itself comes dis- ci eetly high about tho neck, but the discretion Is completely annulled by an underslip mil extremely low, both Iront and back., Technically, the wearer is clothed from neck to heels; but actually she—well—Isn't, Thu dlructoire. influence la creeping in once. more. .Sonio of tho new coats and gowns have tli« very high bell for which thu directoiri! Is famous, and tliia high, .nipped-in effect ia heightened by the Hare of the skirt. In juwulry, (no, the long, heavy oarringa which waggled from lovely heads during dl- rectolrn days, are waggling with true Uii'ectoirc, emphaais before out somewhat dazzled modern oyea. One of the world's Ural clocks waa a jar dripping water, usud in China •I.O(H) yours before Christ. The monthly meeting of the Arpad Bible clans of the First Lutheran Sunda v school will be held at the home of Mrs. C. O. Gray at 3015 West Chestnut avenue tomorrow evening at 8' o'clock. All members of the class are requested to be prc.sent. The Undenominational Prayer and Praise, group will hold its meeting tomorrow evening at 7.30 o'clock at tho home, of Mrs. Mary Hull of 2923 Sixth avenue. A gospel message will be presented and the public is invited to attend these meetings. —o— The Lnkemonl Union, Bible study and prayer meeting group will meet tomorrow evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.- Archie Kosher of Second avenue, Lakemont. Brother Masher will bring the message of the evening. The public is Invited to attend an these meetings are non-sectarian. —o—• Minn Lillian Holcombe, a. graduate of tho Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, who is preparing to enter the mission field, will speak in the Church of the Open Door at Sixth a,venue and Twenty-fourth street, this evening at the regular prayer meeting hour. ' MISSIONARIES IN REGULAR MEETING The Women's Foreign Missionary society of the First Methodist church met in regular He.stdon in tho church house last evening with the president, Mrs, J. E. Sklllington, presiding. Mr6, Norman Uee and her charge of the program. group hac Mrs. H. O Ruugh led the devotions and read the Scripture losson. Mrs. Skillington offered prayer. Mrs. R. W. Campbell led the lessor study "From Jerusalem to Jerusalem' and had .four young girls, Thelma Cummings, Esther Nearhoof, Edit! Beuglu and Eleanor Werft, jeach give a part of the lesson. Tho girls several selections. Mrs. Henry Rueht gave a demonstration called "Boxes' and Miss Ella Luedom of Hollldays burg was present and gave a repor of the Foreign Missionary society'? convention In Columbus, O. The them of the convention was "The Whole Family At Work." Mrs. C. I. Isunberg gave a report o tho district convention held at Juniata tin Oct. 10, and routine business wa transacted. Mrs. Lee Carter, who ha charge of thu Junior work, made i report and Miss Margaret Boyd mad a report for the Standard Bearers division. Mrs. S. R. Naus, Young Women' auxiliary superintendent, announce' that a sauerkraut and baked bean sup per would bo served by the auxlliar on Nov. 1-1. DellciouH refreshment were served by Mrs. Gee and he group. The first author to use a typewrite in the preparation of manuscript i believed to have been Mark Twain. ELECTRICAL FIXTURES At Special 1'rice* ALTOONA ELEC. SUPPLY CO. mo 12th Avo. ptal 2-82B7 Mrs. C. H. Reed, Hollidaysburg, nbbath Observance and Bible in Sun- ay school; Mrs. Gertrude Lyons, Al- oona, scientific ternperance instruc- on; Mro. Harry Thompson, Tyrone, hrlstian citizenship; Mrs. R. H. B. Boomer, Altoona temperance and mis- ons; Mrs. Jennie Black, Juniata, oldiers and sailors; Mrs. Samuel artsock, Eldorado, Sunday schools; Irs. Margaret Irwin, Altoona, union ignal promoter; Mrs. Emerson Karns, 'yrone, musical director; Mrs. Artna jves, Tyrone, peace and arbitration; Jrs. H. B. Ayers, Altoona, publicity. Mrs. Sawtelle will distribute the noney prizes that were awarded at IB Warren convention to the wining unions- at the conference and Jrs. Joanna Shultzaberger will con- uct devotions. Members and their riends of the W. C. T. U. are in- Ited to attend the conference. NEWS PROM CENTRE AND > CLEARFIELD COUNTIES PHILIPSBURG—The election Tues- ay wks one of the quietest held in hllipsburg in years. Part of the apathy was due to the fact that a number of contests had been decided it the primaries, and because the candidates for several of the more im- )ortant local offices wore nominated on both tickets. The vote cast was exceedingly light. "•• • HAWK RUN—Edward Frank of Hazlewood and Miss Cleophas Green- and, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay- ion Greenland, here, were married at .he Hazlewood Catholic church on Monday. The bride has been employed at Hazlewood for some time past. The couple are now guests at the Green- and home, but will shortly return to rlazlewood, where they will go to lousekeoping. Mr. Frank is a super- ntendent for the Harbison-Walker Re- 'ractories company. PHILIPSBURG—J. H. Harpster has oeen a mail carrier for thirty years 01 longer, and in making the dally de liveries has walked thousands of miles out that fact does not prevent him rom taking additional walks at every avorable opportunity. He usua.lly pends his vacation In hunting. The ther day he tramped over the hills \ear Port Matilda, the section of the :ounty in which he was born. He .ucceeded In killing a large wild tur- FASHIONS AS SEEN BY FRANCES PAGET By fRANOTIS PAOTCT. fCopyright. 1929, by Style Sourcefl.) NEW YORK, Nov. 6.—Whatever else has been accomplished by the introduction of long skirts and raised waistlines, an ample and endless topic pf discussion has been provided. Whether or not the Individual liken the new silhouette seems to be of absorbing interest to the Individual, but the world at large is ordering, buying or wearing it. According to those who are In .tho know as to what Is being prepared for fashionable winter events, long skirts and decidedly elaborate fashions will prevail, not only gloves but head-, dresses being brought back to life. Velvet, metal and coarse tulle with satins are rumored everywhere as tho leading fabrics. It is thrilling to realize that precious jewels and, fura will contribute their glow and richness and that color is expected to over-balance either all-black, all- white or a combination of the two. At most brilliant first nights to date, black or black and white have stood consplciously forth as the choice of the smartly dressed. With the familiar reds and greens traditional with the opera, again in evidence one will feel more at home with the new silhouette. Incidentally one reason given for the predominance of black this season is that women feel impelled to try out the new line in a conservative color and so make their first great adventure into long dresses In black. Generally speaking the silhouette has passed the speculative stage for evening, but one is cautioned -to temper the line to the individual figure. If proportions are taken into account the new line is inclined to flatter. CANDLES SERVE TO LIGHT TRUCK'S WAY HARRI3BURG, Nov. 6.—Sergeant Roush of the state highway patrol, stationed the other night on the William Penn highway near Amity Hall, rubbed his eyes as he viewed an oncoming vehicle. Then he blew his whistle and the driver brought the truck to a halt. Sergeant Roush gazed in astonishment at the headlamps. "Migosh!" he said in admiration. "You certainly believe in candlepower, don't you? Pull your truck off the road!" Tied to the upright jets in gas headlamps of very ancient vintage a pair of pale white candles blazed as hopefully as pale white candles can possibly blaze. IT'S COME TO THIS. LONDON, Nov. 6.—A short while ago educators were complaining that students owning automobiles at col- lego couldn't get their work done. Now comes a kick from Cambridge that students with two-seater airplanes are inclined to cut classes. Therefore a rule has been adopted that no students may fly without their parents' or tutors' consent. PHILIPSBURG—Though she was able to return to her home here after a serious operation, Mrs. George W. Zeigler is .again a patient at Memorial h'o'spital, Clearfleld. She is at present suffering from a nervous breakdown. Her condition otherwise appears to be favorable, and her ultimate recovery of normal health is hoped for. . Her husband is a prominent Centre county attorney. , Surprise for Ruptured— 50,000 Given Away W E have in amazing, free surprise for every ruptured person. 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