Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 29, 1930 · Page 18
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JUNIATA r.r'*V; members 6f Camp 162 P. O.'- of A. wilt meet, Saturday afternoon at S o'clock. In the Odd Fellows hall to complete arrangements for the Annual Itemortal services to be held, Sunday Afternoon. The Girl's Missionary guild of St. Paul's Reformed church met Tuesday trWhing in the church. A very fine program was rendered and the serv- president; Misses Mary Mildred Korns. Martha Otto, Dorothy Stoudnour, Nel- Ue Baker, Hazel Imler, Bertha Harten, Geraldlne Plerson, Ruth Kennedy, Mr«. V. D. Grubb, Mrs. Helen Kuhn. Honor guests were Miss Shull and Miss Dlx from Juniata College. The N. N. club was entertained Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Ju- ttlata Martin, 906 Third avenue. The the hostess serving a dainty luncheon. Mrs. Martin's guests were Mrs. Hugh Cowan, Mrs. E. A. Heller, Mrs. A, A. Spencer, Mrs. A. W. Martin, Mrs. H. R. Bain and Mrs. J. R. Burns of Eldorado. JUNIATA THEATRE Last Times Today "NO NO NANETTE" With An All Stnr Cast. VHnphone Comedy and Fox Movietone News FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "Seven Keys to Baldpate" Featuring Richard Dlx Vltaphone Comedy Act, News Mickev Mouse Sound Cartoon The Junlata chapter, American War- Mothers, will meet tomorrow morning at 8.30 a. m. at the Y. M. C. A. to participate in the Memorial Day exercises. The ladles will go in automo biles in the parade. All members are requested to turn out. The Willing Workers class of the Church of the Brethren Sunday school will meet this evening at the home of Mrs. McKendree in Wehnwood. All The young people of Grace Evangelical Senior Christian Endeavor society will go on a hike on next Saturday to Chimney Rocks, near Hollidaysburg. They will leave the churth at 1 o'clock. They will be accompanied by their pastor, Rev. A. Morgan Jenkins. The Women's Progressive Bible ! class of the First Methodist Sunday i school met, Tuesday evening In the 1 lecture room of the church. After the business session, a social hour was enjoyed, the hostesses, Mrs. A. S. Hanier, Mrs. C. R. Henry, Mrs. Jennie Miller and Mrs. Mary Gulp serving a delicious luncheon. Those present were Mrs. I. V. Barrick, Mrs. F. F. Brunei!, Mrs. F. R. Cooper, Mrs. J. R. Cunningham, Mrs. George Dickson, Mrs. N. G. Gates, Mrs. Willard Gearhart, Mrs. H. H. Hall, Mrs. W. E. Hall, Mrs. C. M. Hamilton, Mrs. J. W. Harris, Mrs. T. C. Hartsock, Mrs. M. Hoffman, Mrs. Cloyd Holton, Mrs. M. L. Hunt, Mrs. William Irvin, Mrs. T. J. McKerihan, Mrs. Ashley McDowell, Mrs. J. W. Miller, Mrs. G. C. Moffitt, Mrs, T. B. Moore, Mrs. J. W. Myers, Mrs. C. E. Priced Mrs. O. L. 1 Richards, Mrs. I. E. Smith; Mrs. C. E. Stanley, Mrs. E. E. Stull, Mrs. Charles Laporte, Mrs. Charles Reese and Mrs. J. W. Bloomfield. Misses Anna Schull and Grace Dix, students at Juniata college were visitors at the home of Rev. and Mrs. V. D. Grubb for two days. MINES BELLWOOD John Lloyd of Royer called at the home of his sister Mrs. Lester Merritta on Tuesday. Mrs. George Hanley, Mrs. Collins Green of Roaring Spring and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Treese of Hollidaysburg were visitors at the home of Mrs. Henrietta Pryor on Wednesday. Misses Lucille Zimmerman and Mildred Tate of Williamsburg were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hughes on Wednesday. Mrs. Geoige Gates and Wilbur Gates of Slifliylov.n were visitors on Friday at the home of her brother John JJixon, who is seriously ill. Rev. J. A. Sostcrlc of Williamsburg and Kev. R. D Martin of Sandy Ridge were visitors al the'home of McDermott brothers on Thursday. Glair Gettle..ian and family, Mrs. John GeUleman and Mrs. Charles Garner were guests at the home of Mrs. Gettleman's parents Mr. and Mrs. William Cartwright of Riddlesburg on Friday. •, \ James McDermott called at the home of his sister Mrs. Joseph Steiner of Hollidaysburg on Monday. Mrs. Van Allman of Canoe Creek, Mr». H. E. McNelly, Mrs. John Mer- riti and Mr. and Mrs. Watson Treese of Flowing Springs were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Shadier of Clappertown on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Snowberger of Roaring Spring were guests at the home of his brother Abram Snowberger of Clappertowu. Rev. Carl Bossier and family of Mc- AJisterville spent last. week at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bossier of Royer and her par- enU Mr. and Mra. John Smith of Clappertown. Mrs. Harry Price and sons of Birmingham are "spending the week at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ira Tate. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kifer und children were visitors at Shelleytown on Sunday afternoon. Joseph Hornsey of Ganister was a caller in this vicinity on Monday forenoon. The home-coming services held at the Clappertown Lutheran church on Sunday afternoon were largely attended by former members of the church from Tyrone, Altoona, Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg and other surrounding towns. These services 'are always greatly enjoyed as it recalls to them scenes and associations of the days of their youth. Mrs. Thomas Gorsuch of Hollidaysburg was a guest at the home of her father Charles Treese and sister Mrs. Calvin Rhodes of Clappertown the former part of this week. \ Mra. Beulah Henderson and children Alice and Dean, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Himstead, Mr. and Mrs, H. F. Shank, Mr. and Mrs. William Swanger and Mrs. Rebecca Smith of Altoona were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .John Wicker on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lower of Royer were visitors among friends in Altoona on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hetrick, John Wicker and daughters Mary and Grace und Miss Evelyn Brantner were visitors at Marklesburg on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Megahan und daughter Mrs. Brubakcr, Guy Lykens and Misa Gertrude Lykens of Altoona were entertained at the home of Mr. Megahan's mother Mrs. Mazie Leonard on Monday. Clappertown Lutheran — Sunday school at 9 30, Ross Statler, superintendent ; preaching service at 7.30, Rev. V. D. Naugle, pastor. Clappertown Chrtelian Missionary Alliance—Sunday school at 9.30; preaching uervices at 10.30, Hiss Turley, pastor. Mines Methodist—Sunday school al 8.30, Harvey Hughes, superinlendenl; prayer services Sunday and Wednesday evenings at 7. Royer Methodist—Sunday school at 8.30. John K. Hoover, superintendent evangelistic services every evening at 7.30 next week. Rev. Robert Gibson, pastor. Bruce Dixon ot Pittsburgh visited the latter part ol last week at the home of tiin father John Dixon. Harry Jacobs and John M. .Snyder of Hollidaysburg also called at the same home on Friday. GEESEYTOWN On Friday afternoon at V.'M o'clock memorial services will be held in the Gee*eytown cemetery at which time there will be a number of able speaker*. Among them will be Rev. Hillii- Berkey und Rev. J. A. Garver. Ui*8 Laruu Wallers of East Geeseytown in at present inn-rested in land Heaping her home, having laid il out in drives und planted many beautiful tree* and flowers. Homer Hileinan. hon of ill and Mia. Tliuiinun Hileman. who wan a patient in the Koaring Spring hospital lor bome weeks, has returned to hi.-. home. BEDFORD DDNCANSVILLE Mr. and Mra. Bruce Cox and Mrs. W. E^ Cox of Warriors Mark, Mrs. J. Ross und Thelma Wertz of Tyrone and Mrs. John Scuasel and son of Lewistown were re.cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. Paul' Cox. ' The community vacation Bible school will open for a three weeks' term in Belhvood beginning Monday, June 2, at 9 a. m. The Methodist church on the South side of town and the Lutheran church on the North side will be used for, the kindergarten department. The public school building on the North side will be used for the lirst and second primary grades— from 6 to 8 years. On the South side the public school building will be used for eight grades—lirst and second primary, llrst, second and third juniors, and first, second and third intermediate grades, up to 16 years. For chapel worship each morning the Presbyterian and the United Brethren churches will be used. Ashley Dillen, a former Belhvood boy, but now of Marshlleld, Ore., and wife are spending' a two weeks' visit in his home town visiting, relatives and greeting his old-time friends. Ruth 'Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Clyde Davis, -who has been con- Hned to her home for the past flve months with rheumatism and enlargement of the heart, is now able to sit up in a chair a little each day. Her many little friends wish her a speedy recovery. The usual program will be followed for Memorial day exercises in Bellwood, the procession forming at 9 a. m. on South Cambria street, from the P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. to Main street, ready to move at 9.30 over the usual route to Logan Valley cemetery. Roy M. S trunk, American Legion commander, will be ma.rshal. In the line will be John M. Anderson post, No. 424, American Legion, G. A. R. veterans. War Mothers and members of the Legion auxiliary in autos, Excelsior Fire company, Boy Scouts and members of other organizations. The Mills band will furnish music. At the cemetery W. M. Ermine will preside, making announcements. Rev. Raymond J. Hittinger will deliver the invocation, Lincoln's Gettysburg address will be read by Rev. H. G. Dooley. The band will play "America." There will be a quartet selection and Hon. J.. Banks Kurtz will deliver the address on "What We Owe to Our Soldiers, Living or Dead." The band will play the national anthem and Rev. Montreville Seely will pronounce the benediction. Graves will be decorated by Boy Scouts. The salute will be fired and taps will be sounded. A very delightful birthday party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Weaver in honor of their grandson Bobby Zitsch of Altoona. The afternoon was spent in playing games on the lawn after which dainty refreshments were served. Bobby was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. Those present were La Verne and Betty Johnson, Billy Mitchell, Milton Fields of Altoona, Betty Fields, Dickie and Freddie Kustaborder, Artie Zitsch, Betty Jennings, Patty Jane Wyland, Betty and Charlotte Zitsch, Evelyn and Irene McCauley, Lee Lemoyne Cook, Jimmie Stimmel and Sonny Zitsch. WESTWOOD PARK EAST END The Kiibt Kud Snl.-' Uuild will holu 1U hoeial meeting at the home ol Aluxjiie amj Jeanne (jon>m-b. <-O6 Polls «iuv» Avenue th ! i> vi.-imig. and ail i.'ii ate ui-£t<J to be jji'ctetii. Andrew Woomer, who' for several days has been a patient in the Altoona hospital, having suffered severe heat prostration while ut his work in the P. R. R. shops ut Juniata, has returned to his home much improved und able to greet his many friends. Miss Leola W. Durruh, who for some time has made her home with Mr. und Mrs. C. T. Rose of Park avenue, ex peels to leave soon for Lima, O., where she will visit relatives and friends for an indefinite time. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Ingham and daughter Betty, and Mrs. Hugh Clarke und daughters Janet and Peggy were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ingham of Park avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Clarke delightfully entertained a number of friends Saturday evening at their home on Park avenue. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Lersch, Mr. und Mrs. J. N. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Scliaaf, Attorney and Mrs. Eugene Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Clarke, Eloise .Schaaf, Paul Thompson, Joan, Mary and Gertrude. Clarke. Mr. and Mra. J. N. Moore and family and Roberl A. Slephenson spent .Sunday in Johnstown with relatives. Mrs. Bernard Merlon of Park avenue lias relumed home afler spending the week-end visiting in New York city. Mr. and Mrs. Sam E. Steighlemun are .spending a .short vacation with relatives anil friends in Harrisburg. Mrs. W. W. Anderson. Miss Calli- erme Anderson and Nelson O'Donnell were Sunday callers al Uie home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Horlon. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gauntner of Petersburg. Fla., were guests ol ilr und Mrs. James Sharer on Sunday. Mr. ana Mr.-;. (Jranl Yon and family motored to ili.-Kt.-i- on Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Yori's mother who irs ill. Mishea Thelma ami Gfciuldine Hershel and Bertha Wilkin» npent Sunday with Mr. and Mr.s Thomas VVilkiii.-i of Park ii venue Mi.io Kli^aO..-tli Uoi-oflt ol I.ewi.s- !<»\\n was t .Smuiijy visitor at 111'.- iioiru of All and Mi.>. .Samuel Ingham. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Malone of Holll- dayaburg, former Bedford residents, announce the birth of a daughter, born Tuesday morning at the Altoona hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Alvln IrVIn and daughter are visiting at the home ,of the former's mother Mrs. Reed Irvin, on South Juliana street. . George Po»ell, a student at the University of Pittsburgh, was a week-end guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powell, on South Juliana street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lathero and son of Altoona were recent Bedford visitors. Miss Muriel Agnew of Everett and Saxton spent the week-end with her parents at Wolfsburg. ' ROARINGSPRING Two motor cars 'were considerably damaged at the corner of Albright and Locust streets on Saturday afternoon when the machine driven by Dr. W. L. Grounds of this place, and one driven by Taft Andrews of Johnstown, came together with great force. Occupants of both cars escaped in- Jury. Andrews' machine crashed Into the side of the Grounds car, ripping the fenders and running board from tho left side. Andrews is well 'known to local cltlzehs as the" second-baseman for Manager Reynolds' Blair league baseball team. At a recent meeting of the Rotary club the members we're pleasantly entertained with a story of the world tour which was recently completed by Dr. and Mrs. W. Albert Nason. A big attendance greeted the speaker, who will give the Rotarlans another insight into conditions in other countries in the near future. Mrs. D. R. Wike and Miss Rebecca Russel are spending some time in Texas. Dr. and Mrs. Earl M. Hite and son Junior, Johnson Brenneman, Dean Burket and Homer Butler and sons Charles and Gerald, motored to Pittsburgh recently to see the Pirates in action in a double header. Elvln Hoover, a student • at Penn State college, was a recent visitor of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hoover. The sessions of the union vacation Bible school comprising the Lutheran, Brethren, Methodist and Reformed churches, will open on Monday, June 2. The committee in charge announces that the primary department will meet in the Methodist church; beginners in the Lutheran dhurch; Juniors in Lutheran Sunday school building; intermediates in Brethren church and all over 15 years In the Reformed church, where a special adult course will be supervised by Rev. George S. Wo^ner of the Methodist church. Rev. Naugle, Lutheran pastor, is dean of the Bible school. The Church of God will also con- duet a vacation Bible school under the direction of the pastor, Rev. C. A. Byler, assisted by the other Sunday school officials of the church. The latter school opened on Monday with an enrollment of 125. Memorial services in the Church of God last Sunday were very largely attended by the members of the various patriotic orders of the borough. The members gathered at their respective halls and Joined in a march to the church. A fine sermon was delivered by the pastor, Rev. Cyrus Byler, while a special musical program waa rendered under the 'direction of Professor W. F. S. Yates. Miss Kathryn Gelwicks, head of the commercial department of the Roaring Spring High school, is spending the aummor vacation in Chambersburg with her parents. Mias Virginia Fluke, who Is a student at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, . Md., will complete the second year of her course this week and will return to the borough for the summer season. The student's mother Mrs. C. M. Fluke, spent the past several days in Baltimore with her daughter. Another member of the High school faculty left the borough this week with the departure of Miss Pauline Young for her home in Williamsport. Professor Wesley E. Romberger, supervialng principal of the Roaring Spring schools, and Mrs. Romberger, spent the past several days in New York city. While in the metropolis, Professor Romberger completed arrangements to attend Columbia unl- vresity this aummer to qualify for a master's degree. The first quarterly conference of the Trinity Methodist church will be held on Tuesday evening, June 10, at 7.30 o'clock. All members of the official baard are requested to attend. Among those attending the Lutheran synod in the Temple Lutheran church of Altoona were Mr. and Mrs. John Hoover, Mrs. George Gill, Miss Laura Gemberling, Mrs. Stella McKnight, Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Naugle and daughter Pauline, J. P. Martin and G. M. Garner. Joseph Burket Is confined ot his home on Locust street suffering from an attack of tonsilitis. Miss Edith Hamm and Miss Thelma Stewart were visitors in Altoona on Friday. Mrs. J. E. Turner and sons James Edwin and William of Syracuse, N. Y., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder of East Main street. Sunday evening the young people of the Epworth league of the Trinity Methodist church presented a pageant, "Children of Light." The pageant, which was a great success, was under the direction of Mrs. R. A. Lambert. The characters were well chosen and each one portrayed their part splendidly. The llrst purl of the pageant shows the church through a series of episodes, the principles of Methodism which are the herituge of the Epworth league, while tho second part shows the Epworth league currying out those principles in its own generation, even us the young people of John Wesley's day. Those taking part were John Thompson, Mrs., William Moore, Babe Price, Mrs. L. O. Burket, Miriam Moore, Mury Gutes, Marian Hetrick, Nadine Thompson, Geraldine Morgan, Gerald Hudson, Herbert Wertmun, Emma Price, Bertha Moreland, Wayne Butler, John Griffith, Clee Tarnmn, Paul Butler, Tom Marsden, Charles Butler, Martha Gates, Dorothy Albright, Raymond Homer, Helen Emeigh, Vance Myers, Robert Moore, Violet Mingle, Doris Horner, Martha Garber. Virginia Thompson, Doris Mingle, Sara Green, Junior Hite, Marie Thomas, Theda Gates, Russell Emeigh, Opal Myers, Gerald Butler, Bobb Garver, William Robinson and Margaret Hite. The soloisl was Elizabeth P. Garber. Apartment for rent. Inquire 1'rlee's btore. I Adv. HO A HI Mi SPUING THIiATKE '1'liuraUuy, Muy 2S> "COHENS ANW KBI.LIC IN SCOTLAND" wllh Charlie Murray. George Sidney. Veru. (iorden and Kale Price. See IhU hilarious quurlet rump Ihrough ScolluMd in kilts. KOAKI.NU sriilNU TIIKATK*! KEN MAYNAKU IN "1MKADU OJ-' THE WEST" Ken sott yellow niter tii'ing Irumuled by a mail-killer, but finally eonquurs the hor.-,e, the vililan. und wins the girl. Kin'il Kjjloode o!' "Turzan the Tiger" ••-'-rial. " Kb.i,.-,-. and I'uioi'.i" Comedy. O.-.v.iild the Lucky Kubblt. News. An Ascension day service will"be 1 held this evening at 7.30 o'clobk in tho Evangelical Lutheran church, to which all have been cordially invited to attend. The pastor, Rev. G. B, ttarman, will bring a sermon appropriate to the occasion. Mrs. Eliza Focht of Allehsvllle has returned to her home after, a pleasant visit here at the home of :her son, Irvin W. Focht and family at 1223 Fourth avenue. Following tomorrow's holiday baseball game here at Carnegie park, with the Wllllamsburg team In a regular Blair County league game, the Dun- cansvllle team will journey to Roaring Spring on the next afternoon for the regular Saturday afternoon contest with the county's other papertown entry in the league. This is said to be the first time In the history of the league that league games have been scheduled for successive afternoohs. Duncansvllle stores, meat markets, barber shops and a number of other of the town's business places ,wlll be closed all day tomorrow in commemoration of Memorial day after being open later than-usual this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Heck and family of Seventh street will spend Memorial, day visiting with friends at Orblsonla. Duncansvllle's Memorial day eSer- cises this year will be confined to the morning, with no afternoon or evening services pla'nned. .After meeting at the school building at 8.30, where the Duncanavllle, Community band will play for the 'first time since its organization, those assembled will leave for Carson Valley cemetery at 9 o'clock, where the band's program will be resumed until 9.30, when Rev. Hoover of the Carson Valley Church of the Brethren will open the exercises with prayer. Rev. L. D. Ott of the Hicks Memorial Methodist church will be the llrst speaker, following which Miss Virginia Bowser will 'recite Lincoln's Gettysburg address. Rev. G. B. Harman of the local Lutheran church will be the second speaker, after which gravea will be decorated. Returning via Spring Meadow to New Portage Junction, a parade will form, headed by the band and march to the upper diamond, where it will disband, The parade Is expected to start about 11 o'clock. At 11.30, Sons of Veterans will go to Newry to decorate graves there, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mock and family of Roaring Spring and Mrs. Lonie Smith of Wehnwood were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Delozier. Mrs. G. H. Singleton of Fifth avenue, this place, spent the past seveAl days visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Burket and other relatives at Cla.ysburg. Memorial day will be observed with special hours at the local postoffice tomorrow, which will be open only between 7.30 and 10.30 a. m. and 6.30 and 7.30 p. m. While mails will be received and dispatched at the usual hours, there will be no service on the rural routes and no money order or registry business will be transacted at the post- office. A group of 14 ladica, members of a Sunday school clasa of the Second Lutheran church of Altoona, held a very delightful gathering at the La- Finke hotel at thia place on Tuesday evening. A chicken and waffle dinner was served at 6 o'clock and this delightful part of the evening's program was followed by a social period which waa devoted to chatting, games and music. j The Cross Keya Redaoft baseball club will entertain the Altoona Independents club for a holiday game on the Croas Keya 'field tomorrow afternoon. Because of the Blair County league game here at 3 o'clock, the Redsox-Indles game will commence at 1.30 o'clock. The Redsox club waa victorious in two games played the early part of this week, winning from a Hollidaysburg club by a 15 to 1 score and from the Altoona Fourth ward club by a score of 10 to 4 in twilight gamea. John T. Tate of Fifth avenue will apend the week-end vlaltlng with relatives at Washington, D. C. After being residents of Edgewater, Colo., near Denver, for the past number of months, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gearhart and family plan to leave there on or about June 1 to return to this place to reside. The Gearharts left for the far west about 11 months ago, making the trip by automobile. They will occupy the residence In which they formerly lived a short dia- tance above town. Mrs. G. B. McHolland of 1212 Third avenue, with her daughter, Mrs. George Larson of Harrisburg, who la spending some time here, were recent visitors among friends at Williamsburg. John Muddocka of Fourteenth street was an early part of the week visitor with friends ut Derry. Steele Clark of Cherry Tree spent several days this week visiting at this place and vicinity. E. N. Lindaey, owner of New Valley Forge Inn, above Duncansville, was the- recipient of a large birthday cake on the occasion of his 73rd natal anniversary which occurred on last Saturday. The remembrance was presented by friends and was highly appreciated by the recipient, who also received the congratulations of many other friends. Miss Gilbert of Youngstown, O., visited here for two days this week, spending the time with friends. The Duncansvllle Independents buse- ball team defeated Claysburg in a twilight game at Carnegie park on Tuesday evening by a score of 8 to 3, after suffering their first defeat of the season at the Bricktown lot on the previous evening. Dr. D. F. Haugen of Hackensack, N. J., was a caller among Duncansville friends on Wednesday evening. WOODBURY Mrs. George Zinjmerman and son Glenn and niece, 'Dorothy Lehman, Mra. Elvin Carper und son Roy spent Tuesday helping Mrs. William K. Carper. Miss Kathryn Sipe of Martinsburg is spending a. few days this week with her sister Mrs. Harry Carper. Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Kephart spent part ot this week with their daughter Mrs. Paul A. Stayer. The Woodbury grade schools closed u very successful term on May 16. The pupiU made remarkable progress during the year. A standard graduation of the entire school is rapidly adjusting itself. Standardized tests were given throughout the year to measure the progress of pupils here with those of other schools throughout the country. This testing program showed clearly that the pupils were retarded and often a mislit to the grade in which they were classed. Quite a number of children were missing their normal grade by ut least three yearn. The one-roomed rural school can, to u large extent, be held accountable for this situation, as it is very difficult und almost impossible to grade pupils with any degree of accuracy. This condition lias largely been remedied and by another year each pupil will likely be found in his or her respective grade according to age and ability. II will result in a very much better type I of instruction. It will give all children an equal opportunity which was not the case heretofor. Twenty pupils passed to the High school grade. These were given u new Stanford uchieve- i ineiit tesl as well as an examination i in subjects covered by the eighth year. These twenty pupils will comprise the j I freshman clus* in the High school this I I fall when the comiiiy term begins. NEWS CAMP 0&DBft0 GIVEN FOR CASTLE OAMBLOT _,___;. ' ^ At the weekly meeting of .Castle Camelot, Knights of King Arthur, of the First Baptist church, held on Monday evening, the pastor, Rev. J. S. Bromley, who Will serve as commander of the annual summer camp, and Jesse Helsel, jr., who will serve as adjutant, announced the rules and specl- 1 flcatibns which will govern the outing* For the general information of the members and for the special Information of their parents, Rev. Bromley furnishes the following general orders: Castle Camelot will go.into camp along the Junlata river, below Ardenhelm, July 16 to July 28, inclusive. Only members of the castle will be allowed to participate. The cost for all camping expenses from time of starting until return will be $1 for each boy participating. The camp will be In charge of the pastor, who will devote his time and energy to promote the pleasure and welfare of the boys and who will be assisted by all the officers. Strict military routine will be observed and any disobedience will subject the culprit to court martial and, in case of • conviction, if the offense warrants, the offending member will be sent home under guard. Each boy will be required to take the following: Knife, fork and spoon, tin plate, soup dish and cup, comfortable blanket for cover at night, substantial shoes, old clothes to wear during the hours of recreation, bathing suit, two towels and soap. Each boy should take as much of the following as convenient: Sleeping clothes, underwear, handkerchiefs, ex- t'ra stockings and shirts, sweater, mirror and pocket comb, tooth 'crush and rain coat. Baggage shbuM be carefully packed and should bear a tag with the owner's name distinctly written thereon. ,The knights will meet at the First Baptist church on Tuesday, July 15, at 1 o'clock, so that the party can leave promptly at 1.30 p. m. Rev. Bromley announces that he will be assisted In the management of the camp by the following officers, with Jesse Helsel, jr.. in the capacity of adrjut.ant: Donald Dickson, sir king; Maynard Eboch, merlin; Kenneth Walls, sir kay; Robert Balrd, constable; Frank Ertl, sentinel; Thomas Walters and Paul Meyers, heralds; Nelson Steele, recorder of credits, and Lester Keller, librarian. ' ^'linUr-Yin-' • -"•v-'-**-^ *-*•*-*'-• -^ Miss Verna B. Green and Harold Cox of Newcastle will spend the Memorial day week-end at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Potter and their daughter Miss Margaret Potter of 510 Walnut street. Miss Helen A. Moore and her brother Walter V. Moore of Madera were entertained at the home of Mrs. Laura L. Johnston and her daughter, Miss Mary K. Johnston of 417 Wayne street, this week. See Us I''or Graduation Gifts Mertori C. Pruyn "On the Hill" But "On the level" JEWELEH ADDITIONS,AftE MADE TO OOMPL1TB FACULTY The ttbllldjLysbuVg^Migh schoo; will have a number of new teachers on the faculty fqr the ensuing year. Although very few of th« present teaching staff are Jeavlng next year, a number of new teachers have bee«t. elected to nil newly created positions. , Frank Ramsey, who is now completing his training at suequehanna university, will be instructor in English. Mr. Raniaey will also be advisor to the student publications of the Hollidaysburg High school. General science and blollgy, now being takeh bare of by Professor Griffith Jones, will be taught, separately next year. Professor Jones teaching 1 biology and Miss Margaret Noss, general science. • Professor G. David Gilbert, of Lowville, O., will take care of tMe health education in the Junior High school, extended to include the ninth year. He will also be coach of athletes in these grades. He is now completing his work at Slippery Rock Teacher's college. Miss' France's Cease who* during the past term was supervisor and Instructor in the seventh and ninth years, will be supervisor of music in the elementary grades and instructor in Junior High school music. Miss Elizabeth Smith of Washington, Pa., will be art instructor of Junior High school as well as supervisor of art in the elementary schools. Miss Smith has achieved notably In her special field at the Edinboro State Teachers' college, from which she will receive her baccalaureate degree this spring. Miss Mildred Melshelmer of Virginia will fill in the newly created position of librarian. She is now a student at Temple university, where she will complete a special librarian's course this yeah Miss Flora W. Smiley, who has been given a leave of absence this year for the purpose of pursuing further studies at Radcllffe college, will return again next year as teacher of French and head of the language department. Following is a complete list of the teachers who have taught this year and will return again next year. ''English, Martha Gearhart, Dorothy Harpster, Virginia Hunter and Marion" V. Johnson. Social science, Alverda M. Treese, Robert Bagshaw, Nellie Berg and Donald Young. Science, Sara Noss, Griffith Jones and Harry Henshaw. Modern language, Marie Ammon and Evelyn N. Deen. Mathematics, Zoe Olla Wilt, Gertrude Swanson, George M. Mordan and Harry L; Diehl. ' r Commercial, Hazel Krouse, Mary Pickles and Margaret Mcllroy. Practical arts, Grace Fltts. Music, Syrus M. Thompson. Health, Miriam Brandt and Dr. W. N. Preston. Miss Ruth Kelley, a graduate of the Hollidaysburg High school, class of 1925, who taught rural schools last year, will complete professional training at Lock Haven State Teachers' college and teach the second grade at Hillcrest building next year.. Lloyd A. Smith General Insurance & Keul Estate Phone Office 128-J Walsh Building: Hollidaysburg, 1'n. Old Line Companies Metropolitan Casualty Co. • Commercial Casualty Co. Central Fire National Liberty Fire General Agent for State Life Insurance Co. 'Mortgage Loans For the Class of 1930 New Suits $ M 50 to $<•<•• 50 2Z Cheviots, Screes, Tweeds, llonin- H, Navy. Tun. (Jruy, Oxford, NewcMt Collegiate Models SUCKLING'S FOREMOST 1'OK 48 YKAHS Hollidaytburg Joseph Shaw of Williamsburg was a visitor at the Presbyterian home this week, calling upon two of the home residents, Mrs. Waiters Hartman and her Bister Miss Hannah Holllday. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Bouslough of 711 Jones street have gone to Pittsburgh to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Bouslough's mothec. the late Mrs. Agnes BoultOn Culp. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thompson of Hammond, Ind., were visitors at the home this week with Miss Hannah Holliday and her sister Mrs. Walters H. Hartman. The Knights of Pythias Welfare association of Blair county will hold a social meeting next week in the lodge hall of Mizpah lodge, No. 135, in the Krelltz block. An entertaining musical and literary program will be presented and" refreshments will be served. This meeting will be in charge of A. R. Zimmers, president of the lodge, and H. H. Cruise, chancellor. All members of the lodge are urged to watch for the date and to make a special effort to be present. Dr. and Mrs. Harry C. Wilson of Warriors Mark were entertained on Tuesday at the residence of Misses Julia and Susaji Robeson of 517 Wayne street. IN ALTOONA WAKNfc'R BROTHERS WX TKANU STARTING TOMORROW "COURAGE" Great Mother Love, It Will Make History With BELLE BENNETT Our 14th Anniversary Our Birthday — Your Party The present number of residents In the Prsebyterian home la thirty-seven. New >esldents have Joined the > home circle since the firat of the year, and the number has therefore been substantially Increased, until .the home now accommodates the largest number aince It was opened four years aS Followlng Is the complete list of the residents and the churches from which they came to the home: tfte. Freelove Bechtel, Martlnsburg ° Miss Eliza I. Barron, First church of Hollldayaburg. Miss Caroline Ranldn, Miss Sarah M, Miller and Miss Florence W. Love, Bellefonte. Mrs. J. M. Shearer, Upper TUB- carora. Miss Mary F. McWllllams, Spruce Creek, .. Mra. Mary H. Bolllnger, Mrs. Mary Holiday Hartman, Miss Mallle Brawley and Miss Olive M. Patton, Hollidaysburg. Miss Martha Prldeaux, Altoona. Miss Sarah B. Bratton, McVeytown. Mrs. Nancy J. Champeno, State College. Miss Sarah Elizabeth Lang, Wll- Hamsburg. Miss Sarah Jane Reed and Miss Hannah Holllday, Hollidaysburg. Mrs. Martha Dysart, Altoona. Mrs. Alice Fay Beatty, Hollldays- jar's. Emma W. Kelfhaber, McVey- Mrs. Alice M. Magoffln, Boalsburg. Mrs. Eliza E. Goodman, Altoona. Mrs. Jennie H. Deery, East Klsha- coqulllas. Mrs. Clay Gossard and Mrs. Elsie Dutrow," Altoona. Miss Nellie G. Over and Miss Annie E. Barr, HdlHdaysburg. Mrs. Mary Francis Council and Miss Elizabeth Hotchkln, Altoona. Mrs. Gertrude Hlleman Allen, Holr lldaysburg. Miss Gertrude Griest, Unlonvllle. Mrs. Ada J. Gibboney, Duncansville. Miss Sara. M. Mitchell, McAlvey's Fort. Mrs. Anna R. Hemphill, Hollidaysburg. . Mrs. Anna F. Hess, Spruce Creek. Miss Jane Wilson, Martlnsburg. Mrs. Angeline Smith, Hollidayaburg. Thirteen deaths have occurred at the Presbyterian home, since the opening of the home four years ago. The members of the. Olivet Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church will participate in their annual picnic on afternoon and evening of June 30, at the country home of Mrs. John S. Vipond at New Portage Junction. The supper will be served on the lawn-at the Vipond home and following the banquet monthly meet- Ing of the society will be held. Mrs. Charles A. Beswlck of 510 Walnut street will conduct the 'devotional program. The study program will be •in charge of Mrs. Minnie B. Klepser of Sylvan hills. The subjects for discussion will be the Philippine islands and the West Indies. All members and prospective members, of the society are cordially Invited to set aside this date and plan -to participate In this annual outing. Y. W. C. A. Notes. The 4-H club enjoyed a merry straw fide and picnic supper on Monday, May 26, after school. There were twenty-five girls present and the wagon, filled with straw, waa loaned t6 the girls for the afternoon through the kindness of Daniel Bennett ol Turkey valley. This was the last meeting of the 4-H club for this school year. The Girl Reserves enjoyed a hike and breakfast picnic at Mountain Lake park on Saturday morning, May 24. Mrs. Irvin Focht of Duncansvllle and Miss Esther I. Williams sponsored the group and there were twenty-two girls present. This was the last event planned for the Girl Reserve group as a whole for the school year. For those wishing to enter their names on the room registry list, questionnaires may be obtained at the Y W. C. A. office and must be filled out and sent to the office before June 1, accompanied by a small fee for the privilege which the Y. W. C. A. ox- tends to you. Lout—A leather key rnse containing S keys, on Allegheny St., cunt of Pcnn St. Return to 307 Walnut St. Adv. Apartment for rent. All conveniences. Lasser Shoe Shop. Phono 84-i Adv. ,__ HollidaysftUf 16Id bn Siittuajr vwi t.SO b'elpett* IB-HUM «... First FreabylSfhMl Jhtt union service and tlji following Is tli* " munlty service: TODAY ONLY "Spring Is Here" Comedy— The Real McCoy VlTAl'HONE VARIETIES , J'lUOAY ANU SATUKOAV "Chasing Rainbows" AWNINGS Many New Stylet to Choose Frqm We'll Gladly Show You Samples Bright stripes, or solid tan, green, hue and orange. Order now, and let your home be among the lirst to display lliese gay new awnings. We will jjliidly furnish estimates upon reijuv.<>t Furniture Repairing Upholstering Kcjs iiiudu to order; linoleum lulU BICE'S CABINET SHOP 538 Hickory Street Hollidaysburg, Pa. Phone 557-J LAWN MOWERS JACOBS' HARDWARE ,o| th* ill WS mrtat* services ,L *• school wil -- une 1, «,, im ot tire .., this la ft me-tt invited. tot this com* 11 "' "Venetian Idyll". -...., .^.,,~ "Eventide" «,».BlllfV Processional March.,, t.rt•>«•'». invbcation and Lord * P«»«V, „,,.,.„. Rev. J. B; Btrintt "America"' •• • Scripture reading.. .Dr. J. H. Anthem, "One Sweetly ,"?-•.--• Thought" » «' Aftn>f6B4 High School Glrla' choi* Prftvftt* 11 1 * •» • • «R6V« Bt x»4 (*»fliv Hymn .V.......... "Holy, Holy, Holy" ' Announcements w Offeftolre, "Largo ,Hanaei Offertotre prayer. .Rev. Albion H. Rom Soprano, solo, "One Fleeting Mout,'' Carl Fuhrrtann......Ethel Grain '30 Baccalaureate, "Gfasshoplpers and i Giants," Dis M. Stanley Kemp v Hymn, "Come, Thou Almighty King" ' Benediction -Revv J. J. Shaffer, Silent Moment ' , " -•" Recessional, "Coronation March," •-.'-. ; •' M«ye*b«er Postlude v'i'i, • Organist, Miss .Charlotte KUnzlg., Three Hollidaysburg young inert who were fishing in Clover Creek yesterday all made phenomenal catches, }Tn*-' trio was composed of Ernest' Taylor, ,. Roy Taylor and Lloyd Blaekstone: Br/. . nest Taylor caught a beautfurRa|rt* bow trout, which measured twenty-t,,«l inch'es in length and weighed thr»» and one-fourth pounds. Roy Taylor caught a speckled trout which jneaa- ,. ured seventeen and one-half lnoh«g in ' length. Lloyd Blackstone bor* the dls--' Unction of having caught the most Jit_ .,', point of number, as he secured one- stony catfish, one silver side flsh and ." three sunftsh, all of fair^lze. Mrs. Mary Danna!a\Robeson ,HfiAl« '",, toona was a visitor at the Presby*,'' ;t ' terlan home this week, where she was • I entertained as the guest of her state*,." • Mrs. Freelove Bechtel. Mra. Robeson!'•*.< also called upon Miss Mallle BrawJeyj Miss Sarah Jane Reed, Miss Nellie G, .V" Over, Miss Annie C. Barr, Miss O'HvV M. Patton, Miss Llda Barron and Mlsr V Hannah Holllday. V 'l Mrs. Cyrus Woods of Greensburg I visited her sister-in-law Mra. .'Alto* Magofin at the Presbyterlart '^oma this week. . , FOK SAI-15—3-year-old home, • rooms and bath. Inquire 808 Jane* St. Adv. Genuine Frigidaire Servke WOLF FURNITURE CQ, •Authorized ITrigldalre Dealer*" 1501-03 llth Ave. Dial 8118 Fine Shoe Repairing By the Goodyear Welt System LASSER'S SHOE STORE ' V- GRAND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Comedy ., „ "Red Heads" Fathc Sound Now* COSllNG "UNDER THE TEXAS MOON" Hollidaysburg " One-Stop " Service Station Aleniiting, Washing and Polishing 1 , Brake Adjusting Expert Motor Repairing, General Inspection Service. HOLLIDAYSBURG AUTO COMPANY 115 Montgomery Street ltolliday*burff i i See Us At Our New Location zasmzussssszsssmiisiEsss^sszussssssxi Karn's Motor Car Co. 3 Have Opened For Your Convenience A Display Room On The Diamond All the late 1930 Ford modeU and leveral very good uied can are on divplay ... at reasonable prices. We Invite You And Your Friendy To Visit Us At Your Earliest Convenience if Karn's Motor Car Co. ; Hollidaysburg Phone 502 Sf I

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