Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 29, 1930 · Page 5
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, May 29, 1930
Page 5
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K OsWsh ( Jrtl6T was thr soeni of iftI«J i »jS 4Vent on Tuesday Wheft e. farge number of frlefttf* iefide^ed Miss Matilda Weimer /a pa^tyf >*He gathering of^ friends, h«W6V», JUM not wlthbut regrets, as • M)*» Weimer is about'^to leave the 1 cdmmuiilty and m6ve to Osterburg ^hens s)ie will make her future -home «iJth frer sUler, Mrls, W. H. BVKauff- " ' .. >Thls event). WftS also in the nature or a blrlh^ >U^?ts l e, since Monday market the .pftssiB^i of a'nother milestone in life's journey for the hostess. The eventtfg was sperit In social diver- siong at the corrimbdlous hotel and a delicious, luhfcheon , was not .the least of th« ^leSsures. ». Miss ^Weifher' has. been a resident at th« GiffljiH >houSe "for nearly half a ctSlftuity;,;. fcn<* is the daughter of the late Mrfe.fJetrieh by a former marriage jtna went to. the Catflsh hbuse With Her vparents when that hostelry was taken oyer half a century ago, and throughout all these years Miss Weimer assisted in catering to the public.- -She is- widely 'known and a host of friends are sorry to know of Her leaving but join in wishing her _____ . Mft. Gtf»g& 8. da\iightei-Jftittitt, Mr. and R6tehd, Mfc ranfMMfl. JatSK aM, Mr. tMA MW, GmWtes Helsel, fTf. and >M>s. ChaMe* Finftegfth, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Detrtch, Mf. and Mrs. Le6fl Llngenfeller, M*. and' MM. Charles bbngenecker, Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Burger, Mr. and Mrs., William Baker aftd Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Baker; Mrs. if. (f. bodsofl, Mrs. Fred Geig, Mrs. Aftna Swllard. Mrs. A. Deldzler, Mrs. Eugefie Walters and Mrs. Harry Roland, Misses Edith and Grace Shaw, Grace Helsel, Leanore Baker, Virginia MacDortald, Marj» Kolandi Alma Flnnegan, Estella Moyer, Seatrice Burgert Jane Miller, Nannie Dob> son, Meiva tjbdaon, Helen betrlch and Matilda Wetmer. R. c. Burger, Howard King, Merle Dodson, Bud.'Treese, MacDonald., Lingenfelter, Paul, Fred and -Jack Gelg, B. A. Baker, Palmer Roland", Fay Helsel, Elmer kefsel and Jack Mad' Donald. . ' , Also present on this ;• occasion was Mrs. Ray McOraw of Buffalo, N. Y., a sister. Miss Weimer is the- last of the family to leave the Catflsh house, which will 'be sold in the near future. She has the best wishes of a host of friends, j ,',v BfcfiC* GARAGE. Clarence -Nale took out a permit yesterday to erect a garage, at 5009 Sixth avenue, to cpst $75. J. W. Foster will build a porcH at 107 Thirty-first street, to cost $76. • I HSSRwN'S r Their reverent pilgrimage overseas at an end, a group of Gold Star Mothers hrce are pictured ns they knelt before the white crosses marking their soldier sons' graves In Sttresftes cemetery, just outside Paris. They were a part of the vanguard df the mothers and widows of America's war dead who are making trips to France financed by congress. . . ttirt* pcf»en« yesterday faced fines or jail Sentence* Iftposed tipdn them in federal court allec they entered' guilty pleftn to llquo? law Violation*. 1%oM sentenced included: William J. Boat, Mlfflin towhShip, $200 fine and (wo morfths Jail sentence; Maurice Sullivan, Mill vale, " $100; Rocco Em- bargno, Shafpsburg, $300; Da via S. Jackson, Homestead, $1BO; 'Elijah Belcher, Hofiiestead, $60; James F. Harrington, Bradflock, $190; P. J. Madden, charieroi, $50; W. R. Davis, Charleroi, «50: Albert Setgf, East Pittsburgh, $100; John A. Udanis, Sharpsburg, $100; and Sharpabut^, $300. Baldassare Mell, PRfcsCRIPTION FOROER PAROLED FOR 2 YSARS PITTSBURGH; May 29.— samuei Walker, aged 40, Fryburg, Venango countyi waq under two years' parole yesterday after he had entered a plea of guilty to forging prescriptions in brder to secure narcotics. • Federal Judge R. M. Gibson paroled Walker, the father Of eight ..children, after the defendant testified IWliad ob* talned the drugs to relieve' pain in his legs caused by a fall from a horse during the war. RIGHT "Coming events . , cast their shadows before' THE BAT! f When tempted to over-indulge i ( "Reach for a Lucky instead ' j • \ • • / Be moderate—be moderate in all things, even in smoking. Avoid that future shadow* by avoiding over-indulgence, if you would maintain that modern,' ever-youthful figure. "Reach for a Lucky instead." Lucky Strike/ the/finest Cigarette you ever smoked, made of the finest tobacco—The Cream of the Crop—"IT'S TOASTED." Lucky Strike has an extra, secret heating * \ process. Everyone knows that' i . : heat purifies and so 2O,679 V physicians'say that Luckies are less irritating to your throat. > It's toasted" Your Throat Protection-against irritation—against cough. • » #"An investigation conducted by the Association of Life Insurance Medical Directors and the Actuarial Society of America revealed the fact that the death rate increases practically 1 % for every pound of excess weight carried between the ages of 40 and 44 years. In other words, a man 40 pounds overweight at this age has only 60% of the expectancy of life of a man of normal weight." We do not represent that smoking ImkyStrlka Cigarettes will bring modern figures or cause the reduction of flesh. We do declare that when tempted to do yourself too well, if you will "Reach for a Lucky instead," you will thijs avoid over-indulgence in things that cause excess weight and, by avoiding over-indulgence, maintain a modern, graceful form. TUNE IN The Lucky Strike Dance Orchestra, every Saturday and Thursday evening, over N. B. C. networks. © 1S30. The American Tobacco Co., Mfr» Memorial OPEN AS USUAL Saturday Morning ; With Extra Sales People To Serve Vou 1402 Eleventh Ave. Altoona, Pa. EXPERT FITTERS TO SERVE YOU Commencement Time Is Gift Time And you certainly will want to give a lasting gift and the most appropriate gifts can be found in some of these suggestions: Portable Typewriters Let it be a Corona, Underwood, Remington or a Royal. Pen and Pencil Sets We have the popular makes— Parker, Waterman or Moore. Dictionaries Either a 'Funk-Wagnall or a late Webster 11.76 up Small Genuine Cedar Chests Bekutiful brass bound, and filled with a high grade stationery. Autograph Albums Beautifully bound and contains a very good grade of paper. Lock and Key—5-Year Diaries .. This is a gift that would be out of the ordinary. Why not give something different? fbe H. w. MCCARTNEY co. Wall Paper and Stationery 1107 Eleventh Avenue TLIfoona In MEMORY and RESPECT^to Our HEROES of YESTERDAY— , Brett's Will Be Closed • Tomorroiv, MEMORIAL DAY And On Saturday We Urge YOU To See The Wonderful DRESSES Brett's are selling in the Downstairs Store « $ 9 7S and on the Main Floor •« $ 16

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