Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 6, 1929 · Page 20
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llj'l ;^,' '' '* > ,u .^'•ttjof' «• ^ / ' ' ' ,> • "*), ^ * • ^ M " NEWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING HOLLIIXAYSBURG A meeting of tin; students of room i On .Sunday afternoon, Nov. 10, at 4 No. UO-1 of Die High school WHS held on Monday afternoon. The following, officers were elected to serve for (he ensuing year: President, Kvelyn Plow- ( man; vice president, Dolllo Reed; sec-! o'clock, under the. J"Int auspices of DUNCANSVILLE The home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Jack) Sclwltz on East Third avenue was the scene of a happy gathering the Y. Unldar here wmbe r- A. Hide Will DC a re- ° f P PO P le ° n " 1Bt TYRONE At the monthly business meeting of The Hannah Huston Bible class en- the Court St. Rita, No. 623, Catholic Daughters of America, officers to serve of Princess Rhnm'c ' aftornoon when a p(ll ' ty wa " B ' vcn in for the coming year were Installed by ol JIUK.OSS ttnnmc , r .„. . ,,,.„,„,„„ „„„,„„„_ j th<j dutrfct d ^ p , lt y, Miss Helen Mer- wlll present "Glimpses of I powerful her most. M1 ,,,, tirlK wi |] )„, t nn beginning of the rotary-trenail! IT, Iris Trecse ; report- 1 week of world fellowship meetings cr. Joseph Burger. A special eom- mitleo wns appointed to plnn ior n when It Is hoped that each club of : both the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. will take time to think of other program of entertainment for next countries and to be brought very close week. The annual organization iniet-- i o them through a, week of prayer Ing of room 20."i was nlso held on- Hlll | world fellowship. There will be Monday and the following officers, no admission on Sunday afternoon, '• .. ....' silver offering and It is hoped ny will llnd It convenient to be, present. A banquet and social for the sixty members of the annual every member .canvass of the Zion Lutheran church Attorney William I. Woodcock, jr., ! will be held on Thursday evening ut of Philadelphia wan a guest I'mt. week j 7.30 o'clock in the Sunday school room of his parents Attorney and Mrn. Wil- of the church. Thirty teams or sixty liarn I. Woodcock of 703 Walnut street, men of tho congregation will millte this On Thursday evening at 7.30 will be canvass on Sunday afternoon, Nov. young people's mi-cling ut the Kt. j 10 and all are urged to attend the Paul's church at. Loop slutlon. The banquet on Thursday evening. Tho topic, will be "Getting Mole Out of Indies of the families of the church Music or Each In Ills Own Tongue," j council will serve u delicious dinner n.nd John f'lllcnberger Is the lender. I niter which plans will be made for the . f .. Jonor of the noon was ui «l, r Tntr b ^.hday passed with a were, elected: President, fleorgn flood; j J UH I „ H vice president, \W]don Hainley; sec-' ti,,it. ma rotary, Janice KenilnTling; trcns'.iror, Dalo LJowHor. This room has planned to present educational programs from time to time during the school year. Tills will he si study of music, nnd n. special niu:-icnl program Inn been prepared. The men's chnnis will sing several selections. The public IH In-, all who attend. These sixty men will vited. Assistant Secretary Edgar L. Lewis of the Hollidnyslmrg Y. M. (J. A. -ind his guest. Harry Hamilton of Frunk- lln, a former physical director in the local Y. M. C. A. have returned home. from a. week-end automobile trip to Washington, D. C. •Jii'l Md., where they wero Baltimore, by canvass and discussions regarding church business will be in order. A pleasant surprise will be In store for vls.lt every family In the congregation next Sunday. As but ten to twelve relatives und friends. Mr. Hamilton will spend u few duys In Ilollidays- burg. General Secretary L. II. Johnson of the Y. M. C. A. announces that the first free motion picture show of thu season, presented In the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium on Saturday night lust was attended by 700 community boys and girls. The attraction on this occasion was un amusing comedy-drama entitled "Bachelor's Piiriulluc," and proved to be very popular with the kiddles. Secretary Johnson stales that he has received two line contributions of money to the Y. M. C. A. movie fund, one from William H. Reed of r>25 Hickory street, and one from J. Snlvely of 512 Junlntn. street. Those contributions are, greatly appreciated by the Y. M. C. A. The Y. M. C. A. acknowledges with thanks and appreciation .a gift from Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Stlt/.el of 41,1 Wayne street in the form of a band- some electric, reading lamp lor the men's reading room at the Y. M. C. A. electric! lumps and small rugn are still needed for this room und the Y. M. C. A. will greatly appreciate any second-hand supplies of this character from friends und putrons. An In-door picnic will be staged ut tho Y. M. C. A. on Saturday morning, Nov. 9, to which till Y. M. C. A. boys under 15 years of age are invited. There will he a splendid program of In-door sports and amusements und u picnic, luncheon will be served at the noon hour. Miss Kutherim; Williams of Now York city Is visiting her uncle, and aunt Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford of 522 Walnut street. Miss Williams Is a duifghter of tho late Albert Wll- 1 la inn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Woodward Johnson of 912 Walnut street and family moved last week to Philadelphia whero they Will reside. The Johnson residence has been purchased by Mr. nnd Mr.-). J. Mehgle of Altoona who will tulu; possession of their new home next week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Lovell of Huntingdon will become residents of the county capital this week, having loused the Frank Glossner homestead at 907 Allegheny street, which wus le- ccntly vacated by Miss Mary Glessner. Mrs. Norman F. Counsel of 810 Penn street has returned home from a visit with relatives and friends in Chicago, 111., and Pittsburgh. The students of room 209 of tho High school held a debute lust Friday during tho home room period. Tho question for debute wus: "Resolved, Thut girls would make belter fo6t"ba!l players than boys." Harry Deun and Wully Anderson upheld the ufflrmu- tivi! side of the question and Juno Stultz und Helen Tussey argued for tho negative. Many umuslng urgu- ments were given for both sides. The decision wus made In favor of the negative side. An interesting game of football WHS contoHted at Dysart park on Saturday morning between the seventh grade and eighth grade of the central school building. The contest resulted In a victory for the seventh grudu by a score of 18-0. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Wulte Mut- tern, jr. of Belh-fonte, spent the weelt- «nd at tho residence of Mrs. Mut- tern's parents. Mr. und Mrs. J. Holla Pulton of 221 Newry street. Miss Murthu Uurlund, a student nurse, ut Dlxmont hospllul, Pittsburgh, Is spending a two weeks' vacation at ttio residence of her parents Mr. und Mrs. John Gurlaiui of 210 Newry street. Miss Esther I. Williams, general homes are given to each team the canvass can lie covered In a single afternoon. If, however, the work cannot, ho finished in one afternoon, the teams can follow up the w rk during the evenings of the following week. The new church picture and plans for the proposed new church cdlllce are hung on the walls of the vestibule of the church and all members are asked to scan them carefully. The tlnuncio.1 campaign for the. new church will be put on In January of 1930. Kev. T. Sttiey Capers, pastor of the First Presbyterian church and Rev. C. N. Yorkos, D. D. of N. Providence, N. J. motored yesterday to Chambcrsburg whore they visited Dr. Yerkes' daughter, who is a student at Wilson college. Dr. Yerkes was the speaker at the Presbyterian school of missions In the First Presbyterian church last Sunday evening. Miss Elizabeth Hughes of 812 Allegheny street has returned home from an extended sojourn In Atlantic City. Miss Hughes also visited relatives in Philadelphia before returning home. Miss Mary Glessner of 907 Allegheny street, left this morning for an extended sojourn In Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Mrs. II. J. Sommer, wife of Dr. H. J. Sominer of the Ulalr County hospital, left, today for Philadelphia where she will visit her daughter Miss Elizabeth Sommer, who Is a student at Miss ilmun's School for Girls. Mrs. Joseph Reffner, who has been confined to her home on Hickory street suffering from a severe attack of Influenza Is able to be about again. Mrs. William J. Cooper and her daughter Miss Mary Linn Cooper of 1012 Walnut street have returned home from a two weeks' trip to the Bermuda Islands where they enjoyed a season of sight seeing. Assistant Postmaster Edgar P. Dobbins of 415 Penn street has gone to Akron, O., where ho has been summoned due. to the Illness of his brother, Bruco Dobbins, who is critically III with sciatic rheumatism. Mr. Dobbins will tuho his brother to the Cleveland | clinic for observation and treatment. Miss Ella K. Leedom, of 405, Walnut sticct has returned home from Akron, O., where she journeyed to attend a Methodist Missionary convention, as a delegate from the First Methodist Episcopal church of Hollidaysburg. Mrs. Elmer H. Brua of Duncansvlllo Is visiting her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jay C. Tussey of 323 Walnut street. Miss Hlen A. Moore of Muderu was a week-end guest at tho residence of Mrs. Laura L. Johnston and her daughter Miss Mary K. Johnston of 417 Wayne street. Miss Lacy Irwin of 017 Allegheny street has gone to Sewlckley for an extended visit at the residence of her nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. Pltcalrn. varied entertainment program and a dainty lunch was served. He was the recipient of a number of pretty gifts and hud tho best wishes of all for m.iny more happy birthdays. Those attending were Clairmont Treese, Millard Glnter, Paul Kephart, Paul Oakcs, Harvey Cams, Carl Forsht, Blllle Bluer, Madallno Blser. Hugh Selwltz, Frances Selwltz and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sehvitz. The mid-week service at tho Evangelical Lutheran church will be held this evening at 7.30 o'clock. A Bible study will be presented by the pastor, Rev. G. B. Hurman, All are welcome. Immediately following the service, a meeting of tho junior choir of tho church will be held, with a full attendance requested. Ellis A. Plowman of Maple Hollow Is spending some time visiting at Youngstown, O. G. Hurry Singleton of Fifth avenue who suffered a light stroke of paralysis some time ago has now recovered und ha.3 returned to his work as car builder helper at the Juniata car shop. Mrs. P. W. Burket and grandchildren Vivian and Charles S. Burket, jr., of Cluysbmg visited here at tho homes of her daughters, Mrs. Harry Singleton and Mrs. Marlon Treese of Fifth avenue on Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. John Liebegott of Wll- iumsburg wero visitors here on Sun- lay evening at the home of his sis- er, Mrs. Dean E. Lykens of 1138 Fourth avenue. J. W. Black, u Somer'set county •esldent, who wus arrested on Sun- Jay morning at the upper diamond )y Constable George W. Myers und charged with drunkenness was jrought before Justice of the Peace John K. Shoenfelt on Monday evening and left go upon payment of a line und the costs. Ho spent from Sunday morning until Monday evening in the Blair county jail ut Holllduysburg. Black Is said to be employed at a farm near Duncunsvllle. His identity wus not established until some time after his arrest. When minority inspector, Albert L. officers are: regent; Mrs. Rose Dlckson, vice regent; Mrs. Hermle Chamberlain, prophetess; Miss Anna Machke, lecturer; 'Miss Ella Dysart, historian; Miss Josephine Racasi, financial secretary; Miss Laura Herlt, treasurer; Miss Margaret Imhof, monitor; Mrs. Anna Cox, sentinel; Mrs. Alma Wingate, organist; trustees for three years, Mrs. Matilda Henry and Mrs. Mary Seymour. After the installation ceremony, a delicious luncheon was served nt one long table profusely decorated with flowers, candles and ribbon, In the color of the Order. After the members were seated, Miss Anna Maschkc, presented tho Grand Regent, Mrs. Mary Walsh, with a beautiful corsage of plhk rose buds, from the court, as a token of esteem and appreciation of her work during the past two years. Miss Helen Mefrllt the District Deputy also received a corsage of rose buds. At the conclusion of the luncheon the* members gave a ri'sih'g vote of thanks to the committee in charge of this successful affair. All retired employes of the Pennsylvania Railroad company are reminded of the pot-luck luncheon to be enjoyed In connection with the November meeting, in the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock. .The wives and daughters of the retired men are Included in this month's meeting and are urged to be present. Mrs. D. B. Mingle and Mrs. Ella R. Owens, delightfully entertained a group of their friends at the Mary-Ellen tea room at Bald Eagle last evening. joyed their annual Hallowe'en party, In the First Methodist church parlors last evening. A large percentage of the class participated in this grotesque function, and t me unique as well as ridiculous and attractive costumes were to be seen among the merry-makers. Miss Mary Bosworth, Mrs. John M. McKlveen and Mrs. William Agnew were presented with very acceptable gifts, In recognition for their cleverness of dress. The short business session of the class .was quickly dispensed with, and the entire evening, spent in games and congenial fellowship. The dining hall was beautlfuly decorated with Hallowe'en colors, the tables being especially attractive. Dainty and very delicious refreshments were served adding very materially to the pleasure M the evening. Mrs. E.'R. Cox and Tier corps of very efficient workers, serving as .the committee for this November social were accorded a. unanimous vote of appreciation for the very 'successful manner in which the entire evening was carried off. At the First Methodist church this evening, Princess Rahme Haidar Syrian princess, will give her first of a series of three presentations of Biblical Dramatics. A very cordial invitation is extended to all interested persons to be present to all three of these services and to become better acquainted with the Holy Lands, through this native citizen of Damascus. The services will start promptly at 8 o'clock. The Patriotic Order of America, Camp No. 47, will hold initiation this evening. The members of the degree team are requested to wear their white dresses. The business session, will be followed by a social season. 1 The Railroad Retired Men's assocla- ion meeting will be held in the P. R. *. Y. M. C. A., Tyrone, Thursday Nov. 7 at 2'p. m. All railroad retired men are Invited. Rev. J. H. Furner of feellwood will be the speaker of the afternoon. 'Good singing. Pot luck unch. The ladies are also invited. Good social ( tlme. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid society will meet at,'the home of Mrs. H. M. loss on Thursday evening, Nov. 7, at ".30 o'clock. John McAnderson Post No. 424 American Legion will hold a meeting LAKEMONT William Bottonlleld of Elm street and Herbert Wier of Lotz avenue, each returned home from Huntingdon county with a turkey and several rabbits. Mrs. Sarah Boormun has returned to her home at 322 Lotz.avenue after spending quite'a long time with her daughters Mrs. William.Davis in New Jersey and Mrs. Austin Hinton In Greensburg. Miss Lois Harpster of Beech street spent the week-end with her cousins Gibboney failed to appear at the I Josephine and Shirley Ann Harpster polling place for tho opening of the of Hollidaysburg. * GLASGOW secretary of the Young Women's Christian ussociutlon, organized two new Girl Reserve clubs in Duncuns- vllle lust Friday afternoon. The advisors of the seventh grade club an- Miss Sherlock, Mrs. Freus und Mrs. Engle. The officers uru us follows: President, Leafy Kough; vice, president, Bernlce Neely; secretary, Betty Jane Focht; treasurer, Geruldlne Reign; assistant secretary, Cedna Williams. Tho advisors of the eighth grade are Miss Helen Lot/, und Mrs. Marts. Tho officers are us follows: President, Mona Engle; vice president, Rosettu, Fink; secretary, Virginia Bowser; assistant secretary, Luellti Stunley; treasurer, Hetty Feathers. Tho fifth und sixth grades will ulso have un organized club und it is | -I"':' Fourth uvenue spent the week- hoped that this can be done by Friday, Nov. 8 when the other clubs have The Adult Bible cluss of the Glasgow Lutheran church met with the class of tho Berwlndule church at tho old Lutheran hall In Glasgow Tuesday evening, Oct. 29. The leuder of tho Meeting was Mrs. Olive Troxell. Following an Interesting program refreshments were served and u very pleasant evening was spent. Those present wore, ttisv. und Mrs. Grlenlield, Mrs. Lorraine Pierce, Mrs. Will Davis, Mrs. Hatty Clark, Mrs. D. McKeohun, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Hloom,. Mrs. Kris Bloom, Miss Catherine Hunter, Miss Clark, nil of Burwlmluln; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kor- mun, Fred Kornmn, Mr. und Mrs. Hur- ilson Mulhollern, Alt lien Fern, Edith Lovell, Ellen Lovull, Mr. Amon Lovell, Mr. und Mrs. J. C. Hommer und daughters Charlotte and Marguerite, C. F. Bartz, Mr. mid Mrs. 1,. A. Troxell and children Kyle and Huth, Catherine Henderson, Misses Gladys, Luclll and Alftirut.il Davis, Mrs ICdna Brady, Miss Mary Krul't, Misses Iva Noel und Anna McCartney, Mrs. Margaret Mulhollem, Inez MeClellan, Margaret Simmons, John Simmons, Mrs. Ollvo Troxell, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Troxoll, Mrs. G. L. Glasgow, Mrs. Frank Mulholleni, Allen Mulholleni, Betty Troxc-ll, J. D. Glasgow, Mr. und Mrs. J. T. Glasgow and son Gruor, Mrs. Samuel Alexander, Mrs. Charles Schmlttlu and daughter Mary, Mrs. R. D. Muthews and son Robert, Mrs. Lucy Fox, Mrs. corge Peterson und Melvin Gwln. SOUTH ALTOONA election yesterday morning, a curbstone election was necessitated and i resulted in Mrs. Adele Hite being chosen. Mrs. Hito, It will be remembered, had the honor of being the iirst woman to servo on a Duncansvlllo election board when a similar legal procedure held at tho primaries a few weeks ago, placed her on the board In tho capacity of minority inspector. The mid-week prayer meeting at the HlckH Memorial Methodist, church is announced for this evening at 7.30 o'clock at tho church. Tho pastor, Ruv. D. G. Felker, will continue the series of interesting discussions that have marked those, mid-week services for the past several weeks. All members and friends are invited to attend. Jesse. D. Brooks of 1106 Third avenue, who underwent -un operation some time ago at llio Altoona hospital, hut) now almost entirely recovered and wus able to resume his duties at tho Kline Bros, store at Al- tooiia, where ho is employed as night watchman, a few days ago. Duncunsvillo's election hoard for yesterday's quiet off-year election wus composed of William I. Young, judge; Mrs. Adolo Hlte und J. Hunter Keller, Inspectors and Elmer J. Snyder and Paul C. Snider, clerks. The light vote together with thu small ballot combined to make the task of the hoard i light one and they completed their duties at an curly hour. After visiting here for a couple of weeks at the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Treese of First avenue and Fifth street, Mr. und Mrs. Lester Treeso departed a few days ago for Indiana stale to visit at her parental homo before leaving for Texas, where they .will make their fu- turu home. A woman voter aguln had tho distinction of casting the first ballot here at yestfrday's general election. She Mrs. Goklle Ilelsel of Fourth avenue, und Twelfth street und her bullot was cast shortly after tho polls were opened a few minutes after 7 o'clock, there being a slight delay In the organization of the board before voting Hollidaysburg. Don't forget the rummage sale to be held by the Buds of Promise Sunday school class of the Church of God on Friday and Saturday evenings. Anyone having anything to donute for this sale kindly call 2-7714, 2-4511 or 5300 and they will be glad to send for same. The home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Norman Hurpster of Beech street was tho scene of a very happy and joyous affair Saturday evening when a stag birthday surprise party was given in honor of Mr. Hurpster's birthday anniversary. The evening was very pleasantly spent In playing 500. Mr. Harpster received some very beautiful und useful gift's. At a reasonable hour a delicious luncheon was served by Mrs. Harpster assisted by her sister Mrs. Burtnett, and all joined in wishing Mr. Harpster many more such happy birthdays. The crowd consisted of his father, brother and brothers-in-law as follows: Melvin Harpster of Loop station, Guy Harpster and Harry Logan of HoJlldaysburg, Charles Logan, Daniel Logan, George Logan Jumos Logan, Ted Logan, Earl Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burtnett all of Altoona, and Mr. and Mrs. S N. Hurpster. The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Greenawult of Hill Top was the scene of a merry affuir Friday evening when a masquerade party was held. Everybody came masked. There was u wonderful crowd and costumes of all kinds. Each and every nation wus represented and a good time had by all. The evening was very pleasantly spent in games and music and at a reasonable hour a delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. Those present were Florence Kepperling, Dorothy Nixon, Ara Clemens, Emma Mickel, Kathr-yn Hewitt, Dorothy Hewitt, Theo Lingenfel- tor, Edith Henderson, Dolly Greena- wult, Mildred Weiss, Mary Johns, Phyllis Johns, June Gl-eenawalt, Audrey Wesley, Virginia Wesley, Jewel Elcholtz, Violet ' Hofmunn, Nellie Greonawalt, Perninlil Taneyhlll, Anna EAST END could ho Hturted. Voting throughout | Walker, Mary Foor, Winifred Sayloc, the day was unusually light, there being no rush ut any time iintil evening, when tho lust hour or two. us usual, witnessed more spirited activity on the part of the locul electorate. Mr.' und Mrs. Charles Hearn and family of Roaring Spring were over Sunday visitors hero at the home of her parents, Mr. und Mrs. A. B. Delozier of Seventh street. ' After spending a few days at her l-.i.mo here, Mrs. Wllllum B. Plowman has returned to Belle Vernon, Pa., to visit for un,Indefinite period with relatives. Mr. Plowmtin is also away from homo while employed on a contract job neur Indiana. In their absence their home on Fourth avenue in being occupied by Mr. und Mrs. Brucu Wenner, jr., und son, who nro residents hero for the duration of tho heavy gruding operutlons on the CrosHon mountuln road. Until this week the Wenners resided ut 1128 Third avenue, having rooms with Mr. und Mrq. Albert Helsel. Tho Allegheny mountains west of here were blanketed with a light full of snow yesterday morning and the wind from tho northwest sweeping over them sent the mercury down the column to about tho lowest point of tho HutiHon. Residents of this region were greeted by the arctic, blusts upon emerging from their homes during thu early morning. Tho snow, which fell (luring the night wus tho heaviest of the season und remained on the ground until thu middle of the morn- Ing , in favorublo plinjes. The low and Mrs. Humuol Roudubush of I temperature that continued througli- •uurth uvenue spent the week- out the duy wus attributed to tho til in Sunbury. snow storm on the mountains. Mr. und Mrs. Clulr Eekley spent Mrs. Lloyd McKeu of Altoonu visited their meetings. For Sale to Close An Estate The Wm. A. Smith Farm, two miles ! delphiu. north of Duncunsvllle, !•»., Irt IUTI-H, ! Frank Green of liiilS Fifth avenue some timber, balance nice farm land, wus a Friday und Saturday visitor in Thursday ufternoon und evening in Kvenitt. Miss Thulinu Harnett has returned after -spending the week in Phllu- with good house und outbuildings. Trice U right tu cloHO this out. NKI.I.IK A. MADDEN, ' Agent. 1'hmie 30— Ilulliduysburg, Pu. Adv. , For Kale New large egg shupif stove. Inquire 527 (.iurbur street. Adv. rottl Johnstown. Miss Margaret LuftVrty of 3932 Fifth avenue has returned after upending several duys in Scrunton. Mr. und Mrs. Earle \V:i;<ner and • family have returned tu their home I ut 3933 Burgoon roud alter upending | some time wilh Mrs, Wagner's purents in Williuwsburg. Mr. und Mr.s. David Forney have returned after spending several t'uys (ilumoruua Kumuueo uf twu luveru who defied the worhl.. Dolores <'UH- tfllo In "(JLOIUOrS HKTSV." With Conrud Nagel and .John Mlli- jaa. Cuim-dy, Uuhter ul Sjiouks. Open 6 ¥. M. in Trenton, N. J. Robert Treese of the Schweitzer upurlments und Richard l.aubuch of 395-1 Filth avenue motored to Mill Hull where they spent the week-end. A very enjoyable party wus held ut the home of Mr. and Mr.s. H. C. Mays t 3013 Fifth avenue on Monday eve here among relatives nnd friends the early purl of this week. Cluir Webber has taken over the management of un automobile service und lllllng station ut Curryvllle, but Is retaining his residence nt this place for tho present. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Myers of this place were numbered among the guests ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sumuul Hutlleld ut Alexandria on Sunday. FOR RKNT—5-roum house, conveniences. Suitable for snmll fumily. Inquire J. E. Cruin's barber shop.—Adv. FOR SALE—One ouk wardrobe und baby stroller. Both like new. See them at 901 Third uvenue or phone 594-J.—Adv. For Sale to Close An Estate The Wm. A. Smith 1 urni, two mllex nurtli ut Duucuiibville, J'u., 07 acres, Kuthleen Libbey, Jay Keagy, Olllo Edmundson, King Helnlnger, Jack Sellers, Lester Sellers, Stacy Capers, Jim McNulIy, Paul .Hovton, Francis Royer, Jack Shurabaugh, Gene Hoover, Bill Anderson, Don Grenuwalt, Ray Hammel, Pete Swaney, Harold Clapper, Bill Kissell, Gerald Desch, Merril Burtley, Irvln Trlppler, Denn Henderson, Irvln Henderson, Bill Mudd, Bill Long, Mrs. McMannus, Mr. und Mrs. William R. Hilling and son Billle, Mr. und Mrs. W. O. Greenu- wult und daughters Betty June and Mary Belle, Mrs. Mellott, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Greenawult und daughter Jucquelyn. T-he W. C. T. U. hold their regular meeting Monday evening at the homo of Mrs. Annie Lonsdule, 206 Front street. The meeting was c'ulled to order by the president Mrs. Amy Isenberg. Devotional exercises were in charge of Mrs. Lonsdule. There will be an all duy session of the W. C. T. U. on Thursday In the First Buptist church, Altoona. The ladies of the church will serve luncheon. The ladies then discussed the election after which they repeated the benediction und were dismissed. The next meeting will be held the lirsl Monday in December at the home of Mrs. AUco French, 316 First avenue. Those present were Mrs. Amy Isenberg, Mrs. Gertrude Lyons, Mrs. Annie Lonsdule, Mrs. Julia Freed, Mrs. Ella Taneyhlll, Mrs. Alice French, Mrs. Ella Woodcock, Mrs. Lillian Homer, Mrs. Ella Bulterbaugh, Mrs. Rose Corl and Mrs. Maud Gesser. CANAN STATION Mr. und Mrs. Chester Feather und Mr. und Mrs. Albert Lloyd were in DuBois over the past week-end, the grandfather of the two local women, George Edmonds, having died at his home there lust Saturday morning. Ho wus aged 92. Daniel O. Feather und his son, Roy Feather, whose natal day occurred recently, were special guests ut a dinner served at Jhe Feather home. In uddltion to Mr. und Mrs. Feather und Roy Feather, other guests attending wero Mr. und Mis. Oscar Feather of South Lukemont, Miss Olive Smith The funteral services for the late Mrs. Robetrt W. McMInn were held n First Chsurch of the Brethren, Fifth street and Sixth avenue, at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon and the edifice was 'llled withi relatives and friends of Lhe family.- The services were conducted by the pastor, Rev. W. S. Long, who paid a ^great tribute to the character of the-deceased. After the services the booty was taken to Rose Hill cemetery, where it was interred in the Camily plot. The floral offerings were beautiful and ma.ny. Tne pallbearers were the six brothers of the husband. Harry, William, Clyde, George, Chester and Russetl McMinn. The people of the East ErM next Monday evening will hear a musical treat if they wtfll go to Third United Brethren church* The ministers' octet, composed of Rtevs. Householder 'and prlldge, first .tenors; Mickey and Weaver, second tenors; Bungard and Winey, first bass, and J. D. and W. D. Good, second, bass. The ministers are preparing to go to Harrisburg and the concert to be given next Monday night will be in the nature of a public rehearsal. No admission will be charged, but a silver offering will be lifted. The preachers all are good singers and a good concert is assured. William Hammer of 309 East Caroline avenue is confined to his home with a very severe attack of kidney stones. An Armistice day service will be helc in Third United , Brethren church a' 7.30 next Sunday evening and the members of council No. 370, Junioi Order United American Mechanics and council No. 116, Daughters of America, have been invited to attend the exercises in a body. The serv- ices'will be unioai, Salem Reformed church having joined in the movement. Music for the occasion will be furnished by the combined choirs of the two churches. Rev. W. E. Reifsnyder of Salem Reformed clnirch will oe- llver the address. The combined choirs will have a rehdarsal In Third church at 7.30 next Friday evening. Earl B. McCarl of 331 East Logan avenue, who has been ; a patient in the Altoona hospital witlv a spine Injury sustained while at work In the Juniata shops several weeks ago, is getting along satisfactorily. Gregory Washabaugh and sister Claire, 22G East Bell avenue, and Miss Catherine Humerick, 1507 Fifth street, spent the week-end in Emmettsburg, Md. Miss Beryl Stephens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stephens, 605 Sust Kettle street, a student nurse at Mercy hospital, Johnstown, was a- week-end visitor at her home. BELLWOOD JUNI ATA The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the First Methodist Shurch met Monday evening in the prayer meeting room of 'the church. .The meeting was pleasant and, profitable and during the business session, the following officers -were elected: President, Mrs. G. W. Shellenberger; vice president, Mrs. C. C. Clouser; secretary, Mrs. C. 9. Hershey; assistant secretary, Mrs. I. A. Corby; treasurer, tomorrow night for the purpose of re^ | Mrs. Harry St. Clalr; corresponding ceivlng reports and perfecting arrangements for the Armistice day celebration .and parade. Arrangements are In charge of W. N. Ermine, general chairman; F. F. Irwin, L. M. Hample, C. F. "Wertz, R. M. Strunk, T. S. Foss, L. S. Henry, Don Cook, Harold Moffltt, Clark Emerick and E. D. James. Shooting on the Pennsylvania Railroad rifle range will begin at 9 a. m. and continue until 5 p. m. vlth T. S. Foss, Lincoln Henry and .heir aides in charge. The military larade Is scheduled for 1.30 o'clock. 1. M. Strunk, post commander, will be chief marshal, H. E. Moffitt and L. F. Henry will act.as color bearers and R. 3. Van .Devendar and H. R; Givin as ;olor guard. The firing squad -Mil be n line. It is composed of R. M. Strun.lt, William Litman,. jr., R. A. Fickens, Roy Weaver, Blair Weaver, C. C. Wulfert, E. J. Garland, R. D. Bathurst knd John Henry. The Daughters of Rebecca will hold a masquerade and dinner social on the evening of Thursday November 7th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loucks. There will be a meeting of the Altar society of St. Joseph's Catholic church at 8 o'clock this evening at the homo of Mrs. Daisy Houston, Main street. Miss Elizabeth Dysart, student nurse at a Philadelphia hospital has returned to duty after spending a month at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Dysart, recuperating from an appendicitis operation. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ebersole and daughter Francis spent Sunday at the home of J. B.. Bell, on Orchard street. Mr. and Mrs. Malvin Igou of Hensheytown entertained a number of young people at their home on Thursday night. The guests all.'came masked and a delightful time was spent In games and music. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. The following were present: Marjory Watts, Alice Thomas, Ruth Thomas, „ Warren Thomas, Bertha Thomas, Irma Igou, Dorothy Igou, Sarah Dillon, "Mr. and Mrs. Igou, Elva Deaner and Thomas Blackburn. secretary, Mrs. T. J. t McKerihan; mite box secretary, Mrs.' D. E. Banks; publicity secretary, Mrs> Wesley Jones. Miss Winifred Reddin,; cashier at the Shaffer Stores company, Ninth, avenue and Second street has returned from a week-end visit with friends %i Creson. THe Forward Movement Bible class of the First'Methodist Sunday school will serve a "Jiggs 1 dinner and supper Friday, Nov. 8 In the lecture room of the church. Tickets are on sale for a nominal sum and a large patronage will be appreciated. The Ladies' Bible class of the Wesley Memorial Methodist Sunday school will meet In the regular monthly session, Friday evening at .the home of Mrs. C. J. Kepner, 1305 Fourth avenue. The members are requested to be present. 1 The Ladies' Aid society of the Wesley Memorial Methodist church will meet this evening at the home of Mrs. R. L. Krater, 1403 Fourth avenue. All members.are urged to be present. The Good Will club will hold their annual masquerade party this evening at the home of Mrs. Margaret Cralne, 1200 Boulevard. All members are invited to be present. S. E. Ross of 517 Tenth avenue will .leave tonight, by automobile for Washington, D. C., where he will visit with his sister, Mrs. Ella LaClaar. Mr. Ross will return home through West Virginia and Ohio. Mltanka council, No. 249, Degree of Pocahontas, will hold their annual banquet this evening at 6.30 o'clock in the Odd Fellows hall. All members are invited. The Onward and Upward class of the First Methodist Sunday school will hold a masquerade party Thursday evening at 'the home of Miss Frances Himmelsbaugh, 613 Third avenue. Miss Himmelsbaugh and Mrs. Edgar Eastep will be the hostesses and alljnembers of the class are invited to come masked and bring a friend. The party will begin at 8 o'clock. OSTERBURG Dr. David Berkheimer of Reading and Dr. Park Berkheimer of Hummelstown spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Berkheimer. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Claycomb of ,MARTINSBURG A baby girl came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Detwiler on Saturday. Mrs. A. L. Mentzer and daughter, Mrs. George Phillips, returned on Saturday 1 evening from a week's visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hoover and and family at Lancaster. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller and son Roland of Tyrone and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Miller and sons Harold and Donald of Altoona spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Miller. Hunters from Martinsburg have been bringing in the game. L. C. Proving was out on Friday and Saturday and shot his allowance each day. He said he knew there were fifty rabbits shot in a field of less than eight acres on Friday. Homer Tipton shot a fifteen pound wild turkey on Saturday in the vicinity of Concord. Earl Replogle, in company with several others, got an eight-pound turkey in the vicinity of Manns Choice. J. S. Showalter got three rabbits and a groundhog on Saturday. Mrs. H. H. Wilson and Mrs. Do] Irvin of Altoona were Saturday callers of Miss Catherine Renner at the home on Saturday. The following are those who visited Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Freet on Sunday: Mrs. Beamer and daughter Martha, Mrs. Walters, Mrs. Wolfe, Billy Beamer, Mrs. Ida Miles, Mrs. S. C. Schlag, Mrs. M. O. Buckson, Thelma R. Buckson, Durward Hazen and Mrs. Harry Canard of Altoona and Mrs. Linnie Duck an,d sons Paul and John, and Eve E. Hewit an'd sister Mary of Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Steele and family of Yellow Creek were Sunday afternoon visitors of the steward and matron 1 of the home, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Batzel. The Cheerful Service class of the Methodist Sunday school met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Latshaw on Friday evening. Lunch was served, consisting of ice cream, cake the coffee. Those present were: Mrs. A. R. Baughman, Eleanor Buughn)an, Mrs. Lottie Royer, Miss Jennie Burr, Miss Kate Barr, Miss Blanch Burr, Mrs. George Barr, Jennie Nelson, Miss Dolly Haffly, Miss Jennie Haffly, Mrs, George Lang, Mrs. Sarah Fockler, Miss Veda Smelser, Mrs. 'E. S. Kagarise, The Junior choir of the Wesley Memorial Methodist church will meet for rehearsel, this evening from 7.30 till 8.30 o'clock, Mrs. Banks Ray, leader. The L. L. L. class of Trinity Lutheran Sunday school will conduct a soup sale Friday morning from 11 a. m. till 1 p. m. The sale will be held in Trinity hall and the ladles will appreciate a liberal patronage. Tho Emanuel Bible class of the First Methodist Sunday school' will meet Thursday evening at the home of. Mrs. Ira Brought, 202 Eleventh avenue. The members are urged to be present. The U-GO-I-GD class of the Presbyterian Sunday school will meet Thursday evening in the church parlor. Mrs. L. H. Shaffer, Mrs. W. W. Nancarrow and Mrs. C. W. Nelson will be the hostesses and a good attendance is urged. J. A. Krugh of 705 Fourth avenu* and Ernest -Lovell of Blandburg have returned from a hunting trip to Shade Gap, bringing with them the limit of small game. Juniata Grange No. 889 Patrons of Husbandry will meet In regular session, Thursday evening. The third and fourth degrees will be conferred and a. social hour will be enjoyed. The ladies are requested to bring crackers, sandwiches, coffee, butter and milk. The second meeting in a series of six mass meetings for the boys of Ju- .'_ niata was Held last Sunday afternoon in the Juniata Y. M. C. .A. with a ret* ord attendance of 224 boys. Rev. J. O. C. McCracken, pastor' of the Juniata, Presbyterian church, was speaker. He took for his subject "Prayer," in. keeping with the week of prayer which will be observed by all the associations during the month of November. Rev. McCracken gave a very interesting talk, telling the boys of the different kinds of prayer, the prayer of thanksgiving as well as the asking prayer. He also told the boys the meaning of the Lord's prayer and closed his message by telling the boys of remarkable answers to prayer which he knew. A spirited song service opened the meet- Ing led by the general secretary, Paul Milburn. The next meeting -«ill be held •• Sunday afternoon, Dee. 1, at 3 o'clock, in the Juniata Y. M. C. A. Victrola, mahogany case, $20. Records included. Leather davenport, .$10. Dining room suite,, includes buffet, china closet, table,. 6 chairs, with arm chair, $25. Inquire 807 Boulevard, Juniata. Dial 4835. Adv. Oster. Kenneth Claar of Freemont, O., John Keasy, Mrs. James Brown, uing. Curd playing und dancing made »umc timber, buluiiee nleo furm luud, quickly. the evening pass very lute hour u delicious luncheon wus served. Those present were Huzel Burkhurt, Margaret teustep. Nellio Muys, Jumes Fluke, William Holts- At u. with KOOI! house und outbuilding!). 1'rU'e in right tu clone this uut. NKL1,IK A. MADDKN, A(cut. hone 3(^worth. Gene Donahue, Fred Klein and John I' Hullldu)'»burg, Adv, S, CrSon WUh h ' 3 SlSter ' M " S: ^e'^ Mr! ^rT^^f^. Mr. und Mrs. Chester Kauffman and daughter returned to their home in Johnstown Sunday after spending several days here at the borne of the former's parents, Mr, und Mrs. Shun- non Kauffman. SPROUL E. E. Parker spent several days last ••week, visiting relatives In Cumberland. Mr und Mrs. Vernon Reip and I Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Lingenfelter daughter Barbara of . Spring Hope ; and daughter Geraldine, Mr und Mrs spent Sunday with the former's pur- , Luther Lingenfelter and son Keith ents Mr. and Mrs Williun, Reip. I motored to Wakeneld Va and visit! Miss Irene Beckley of Fishertown ( ed over the week-end with tho lut UnC " A.T B^etf "Vhey aW Wilson Conrad at Waverly, Va M.H saua Moses spent severul days the pust week with relatives in Altoona Hollidaysburg. The girls und boys of Oaterburg who attend Fishertown High school SP61 Plummer in Altoona. Charles Fetters left last Thus.day for the sanitarium at Cresson where enjoyed their annual Hallowe'en party i t, ' t " u a "'",?"" m al ^reason Thursday evening ut the High school , he w ' 1 " admitted as a patient. u»__,.._. . L -m.., i " ' A masaueradfi nnrtv WHS auditorium at Fishertown. A masquerade party was held at .tuiiui jum U.L Ji laiiui luwii. ! +i-.rt i « -..- »-:-•* •• — - —- — Abrum Colebaugh is able to be up ' w ri ? a ° k und walk out. Thomas Croyle, who ' Wedn ''a«»ay evening. Those present bus been ill, is also able to walk out in i wel ' e . Mr ' a " d Mrs - Ler °y Zeigler and • ' '- daughters Grace and Geraldine, Mrs. E. S. Weyunt and daughter lona and .sons Alvin and Dorsey, Misses Mima Dively, Florence Hull, Estella Lynn his store. Mr. and Mrs. D. Barley Whetsone and son Ned and daughter Anita spent the week-end ut Cresson "at the home "• PETERSBURG Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 26 and 27, the following people of town motored to Gettysburg wh,ere they were very delightfully entertained in the homes of Professor and Mrs. Lester G. Sachs' parents Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Sharrotts and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Sachs, sr. Everyone wild has been there knows these families for their kind hospitality: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Massy, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Kell and daughters Sara Jean and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Dixon and children Anna and Henry, Miss Hazel Crownover and mother Mrs. John M. Manbeck, and Professor and Mrs. Lester G. Sachs ( and three children Mildred, Phyllis, and s6n' Theronr Everybody reported this a most delightful trip. Mrs. Martha Huling and daughter Orpha, son Thomas, son and daughter-in-law .Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Huling and baby son motored to Newry on Sunday, Oct. 27, and enjoyed the nay with Mrs; Huling's parents Mr. and Mrs. WillifAn Glunt. This was Mr. Glunt's 80th birthday anniversary. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Huling's brother William Glunt. • Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the ladles' sewing class under the supervision of Miss Lorelace of State college will - meet at the home of Mrs. Andrew Keith on King street. Every member is requested to.be present. The October meeting of the Parent- Teacher association was held iri the auditorium of the High school building last Thursday evening. This was one of the best meetings yet held. The meeting was presided by the president, J. Elmer Young. Swayne Kirkpatrick led the devotionals. Wesley Porter, a sophomore, delighted the audience with a beautiful piano solo. Miss Martha Piper gave a splendid recitation; a vocal trio was given by Misses Park, Gretta Miller and Phyllis Miller. Mr. Young then presented the speaker of the evening, Professor Joseph" Neff of the Alexandria schools. Professor Neff gave a splendid address that was interesting from the start and enjoyed by"* all. Everyone will be anxious for Professor'Neff to come again. Business was then transacted. The membership committee gave their report. They are getting many new members and will make a full report at the next meeting. The visiting committee reported that they had visited the grade schools arid they recommended a few improvements. A vote of parents attending this meeting was then noted.. Miss Henderson's room won the banner for this' month. A beautiful banner has been purchased and the room having the best parent attendance at each meeting wins the banner for the month. Anyone wishing to see this banner, visit Miss Henderson's room thia month. William B. Young of Charleston, W. Va., a former resident of near Petersburg, after attending the funeral of his brother Charles H. Young, made a short visit with his brother J. Elmer Young. Mrs. Samuel L. Wall, daughter LaVina, and granddaughter Ruth Wall, accompanied by her mother Mrs. Sura Kocher of town, motored to Altoona recently and spent the day with Mrs. Kocher's daughter Mrs. George Irvin. of Mrs. Whetstone's sister, Mrs. Her- nn(1 Guv Shaw, Ralph Smith, all of , Altoona, Miss Edna Dively and Martha" Chester Groff ot Johnstown spent , z "melow of Flint, Mich., Stunley Dive- ednesduy with Mr. und Mrs. Russell i' lv > Clair Dively, Shannon Dively, ilth. | Brady Dively, Leslie Dively, Harry HKV. John A. Borger of Bruddock, a Black, Mrs. Mollie Black, '• Mr.' and former pastor of this place, spent «ev- Ml ' s - Charles Ritchey and son Junior, ' bert Snitzer. Civ Wedn Smith. erul days the past week with friends here. George Hengst und Guy Hengst of Wilmerding spent the week-end with their mother, Mrs. Ida Hengst. Mrs. Roy Gritilth und daughters of Claysburg, Mrs. Chauncey Lingenfelter and daughter Geraldine, Mr. und Mrs. William Dively und daughters Mumie, Florine und Dessa, Mrs. Irvln Dively und daughter , Helen, Mrs. Sum Diehl, Misses Katherine Dorothy und Helen, Mrs. Alice Griflith , Bowman, Marguerite Black und Sum und Ruy und Cora Feather. PLEASANT VALLEY und Mr. und Mrs. Elmer Beegle spent I Saturday in Altoonu. Charles Gouhun <5f Altoonu spent several duys hunting in this vicinity. Ruy Slick, u .student of Beekley college, Hurrisburg, spent the week-end A new feature will be introduced in with his parents, Mr. und Mrs. Churles Grace United Brethren church next | Slick. Sunday evening, when the entire eve- j Charles Goshen, Russell Smith and ning service will b< program is be duy evening the Glee club which is •111 be in music. A line | Roy Gritllth und daughters Dorothy ing arranged. On 'Fri- und Helen spent Sunduy forenoon at being trained by Mrs. of the pastor, will Hawk. wife broadcast a program through WFBG. This orguni- zation has only recently been formed and already has shown much ability, having good soloists, duels p.nd quur- New Paris Work bus been started on the bridge to spun Bobs creek ut the place known to most people in this section us the Oster fording, one-half mile from Os- lerburg. This bridge bus been needed budly for years, and will be a big improvement. Black, Charles Fickes, Adelbert Wei- und, Bud Bluck, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Black und son Darold, all of Sproul. BEDFORD Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Eldredge of Omaha, Neb., were guests several days this week of the latter's aunt Mrs. E. E. Silver of South Richard street Mrs. C. W. Gensimore and Miss Fannie Enfield are in New Castle representing the local chapter at the D. A. R. convention. Mr. and Mrs. John Defibaugh of Washington, D. C., have returned to their home after a brief visit with the former's uncle James E. Cleaver of South Juliana street. A. B. Sellers and family of Nemacolin, en route from a two weeks' visit to Florida, were guests of Mrs. Seller's mother Mrs. Rebecca Bare-, foot. .•"'•• .d I andl h6W v Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Taylor an daughter Edith, and niece Miss The' ma. St. Clair of York were recent; guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Allen of West Pitt street. Mrs. C. B. Wentling of Johnstown is visiting her brother Harry L. Stern. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lewis, who were called here to the funeral of the latter's mother Mrs. Stern, returned to their home In Philadelphia. Dr. George Enfield and Dr. Askey. motored to Pittsburgh on Saturday to see the Pitt-Ohio State football game. Mrs. Raymond Grissinger and Miss Margaret Fletcher entertained a few of their friends at bridge on Friday evening at Mrs. Grissinger's home. Three recruits were enlisted for the United States army at the Altoona station, Ray Koontz, Floyd Howsare and Emory W. Conner, all of this place, and were assigned to air corps at Langley Held, Va. The former Is a son of Albert Koontz of East Penn street; Howsare, a son of Chauncey Howsare,of Railroad street, and Con* ner was employed by H. Fl Price. ROARING SPRING Mr, and Mrs. T. B, Lehenthaler of Waterford are guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. ' Nason, Mrs. Lehenthaler is Dr. Nason's only sla- ter. KOARING SPRING THEATRE Tim McCoy In "THE OVERLAND TELEGRAPH" "Blrthhiurlts," all talking comedy. R. D. LORENZ Itoarlng Spring:, 1'a. 328-330 Main Street GENERAL INSURANCE REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT FARM LOANS FAMOUS Restaurant BETTER FOOD AT LOWE It VJUCUS Next to Mountain City Bank The New Chrysler A Car That Eats Up the Miles So Easily — A car so smooth you seem to be coasting. Let Us Dciuoiibtrute. \V e Can Muke Delivery At Oiice. H. E. KEITH Roaring Spring, Pa. Phone 86-R-12

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