Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 29, 1930 · Page 19
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, May 29, 1930
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And f or- of jfie Luthe gutfday, school fehurch. " Piano *6W, s'• Mrg. H. J. Ketnefr] 1at Thefe Jt« fro fiftst of Mr<T. ilary Afouhti; .... , LlgM;" reading, Mrs. ilU'lcK; duet, Ms. Charles Allen* . 1'Mayme Bbrst; dialogue, "Har- time," featuring Mrs. William Blylsr as Ephraim Ford and Mrs. tt. Ji Ketfler as Susan Ford; piano Sold/ "H: J k ,B. WttHBtook.; play, "The MIS- SaMel." and reading, ''The m And Refusal of the Mission- toy," flv<sn by Mrs. Millie Alflsorl, , Mr*. V, O. Naugle. Miss Carrie Ross, MM, Ijlctod Lantier-, Mrs. Charles Al- Ifindef and Mrs, H. J. Reiner;.,:solo, •""""« What God Made Mothers'.For," L/anUer; .reading, "Since Will I ,J86y," Mayme Borst; story . Abraham Lincoln and his Christian spirit was very Well given by Mrs. * Feirral; closing .«ong, - "America Willful." After the program the . . W«e invited to the festal hall, where J dainty fefrekhments were ,«erved. A Mice Sjum was realized for a . This executive board of the Seventh district Sunday school board met In the flrst meeting of the new board year 'fth; Monday evening at the home of J. ; K.' Morrison. After the business of the ,'- district Wks transacted; Percy Hauser, , the president of the Blair County Sunday School association, went over, the County convention program that held irt the Zion's .Lutheran church on , June 12 and 13. Those present at the meeting were Mrs. J. E. Westbrook, M. C. Bickley, D. R. Sollenberger, pres- Ideht; ReV. ,1,. K. Ziegler; Annie Fry, '•'• secretary- J. K. Morrison and W. Ross Lantzer,' and the visitors were Percy Hause'r, president of the Blair County Sunday School association, Mrs. Percy Hauser and Mrs. J; K. Morrison. The Alumni association of the Wil- •llamsbUrg High School will hold a provision" sale in the office at the hotel on Saturday afternoon, June 7, beginning ' at. 2: o'clock.-' Home-baked pies, cakes and Other goodthlngs to eat will be on Rale, Public patronage la solicited Und will be appreciated. - ' Mrs.; G. B. Holland of Duncansville, Mrs. George Larsen Of Harrlsburg and Mrs. E. M. Lotz of Altoona were vis- , itors Monday with Mrs. Adda Wolf of ,'. West Third street. Mrs. Holland is a Sister of Mrs. Wolf and the other two ladles are nieccis. Mrs. Elizabeth Lantzer, Mrs. Paul l Wilkinson and daughter Doris Jean, Blwood Lantzer, Kenneth Gosnell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lantzer jattended the funeral service of Harry Claar In NeWry on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Claar,was a nephew of Mrs. Lantzer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Acker of Omaha, Neb., and nephew .Harold Acker of Geneva, Neb., spent a couple days with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ferral of First street. Mr. Acker Is a cousin 'Of Mrs. Ferral. This is their first trip east 'in twenty years. Harold Acker had never been east before and Is very much impressed with th|6 mountains. • They went by automobile to Niagara Falls and other places of Interest. The Alumni banquet to the High •chool graduating class will be given on Wednesday evening, June 11,' at the Penn-Altd hotel, AHoona. Cards to that effect have been mailed out to the members of the association and reservations are^now being made. Any member of the association who has not .received an Invitation card and dues card- cah get in touch with the secretary, Evelyn Smith, .or treasurer, Mad- plyn Norris. They want no one slighted or overlooked. the lobby of the o«lc6 will b« ol»n f^om 6 Ai tfi. to 1 p. m. the general delivery, tuthp and registry Windows will he open frbm 6 ft. ml to 8.80 a. m. There will Be no mOn*y,orde**r postal savings DUSlrte*s tttlnMcted. Theta wttt be no deliveries by «tty*tt > rural carriers. One general collection will be made over the entire'city'at 6 p. hi. Special delivery mall will be delivered throughout the day. -^ «- \. -A meeting of the board Of managers Of the P. R. R.. Y. M. C. A. Twilight Baseball league will 'be held thirf; evening at 7.30 o'clock, In the ?. All managers are to submit 'a list of players at this meeting Ahd final .arrangements for the opening.'of the/season next Monday will also be Made at this meeting. The independent Baseball club will practice this evening at 6 o'clock at the Wilson field. The following me^n will please report: Gosnell; Fowler, Grove", Baef, Myers. Naylor, Meehan, Wolfe, Stewart, McDdnald and Stnlth, Phil Hall, manager.- Mrs. Jesse Lewis, practical nurse, residing at West .Eighteenth street, met with a very painful accident recently, causing a fracture to her left hip, which will confine her -to her home for some time. Mrs. Ella R. High of Lincoln avenue ,1s spending a couple of weeks with her son and flaughteT-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry R, . High, «at their home in Lansdowne, Philadelphia. Lorraine Batcheler, a graduate of the Tyrone High school In the class of '28, Is In Washington, D. C., where he Is conducting 'an educational tour of the capital city with a group of students from the Houtzdale High school. This Is the tenth party of students that "Batch" has directed through the places of Interest at the Nation's capital. A group of twenty students from the Tyrone High school will • go to Washington Tuesday, June 3, In a large motor bus on a three days' tour, which will be directed by their former schoolmate and\pal. The Tyrone party will leave Tenth street and Pennsylvania avenue at 5 o'clock In the morn- Ing, expecting to reach the capital city by noon. The schedule Includes a boat trip oii the Potomac river,' and many other novelty .features. The (finance committee, with MrsV John H. McKlveen, chairman, presiding met on Monday .evening at the Municipal building. Plans were made for the coming ambulance, drive and teams captained by Mrs. Fred Giles, and Mrs. William Gill, were given complete instructions. The team members are enthusiastic and are entering tho drive confident of attaining the goal—a new ambulance. The,rural districts will also be given .a chance to contribute to the general fund and the service rendered by the kmbulance will also be extended to tjielr homes. The / purchasing committee was completed^ Mr. Ginter, general chairman, appointed Joseph Keys, W. H. Mosel, 1 Joseph Smith, E.' B. Rogers, Ernest Anderson, Robert . Gherrity, William Hiller, J. M. Biggins, the latter named being appointed chairman of the committee. This committee will have a machine that will bo fully equipped to give the best possible service and com-, fort to the community at large. Every resident of Tyrone arid' community will bo interested in this project. We never know who will have occasion to use it. This fact alone assures the canvassers every courtesy and co-operation as they make the(r visitations of the homes and business houses throughout the town. James Gross of Rebersburg is spending a couple of weeks with his sister, Mrsfl Mary Prelst, in^ her apartment in PLEASANT^VALLEY The choir of the Jaggard Methodist .^u.rch.. met Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cam o£ 2008 Pleasant Valley .avenue and be- Ksip rehearsal for a musical which they pWB to give on or about June' 13 in .the church. The next rehearsal will ' be Thursday evening at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Young of East Jaggard street. The Wln-a-Chum class of the Jag- .gard Methodist church- held Its monthly meeting last Thursday evening at the home of the teacher, Mrs, F. L. Cam. All money from the sale of Easter eggs was turned in and the pledge taken by tho class to be paid on Sunday has been met. After tho business a very lino social time WHS enjoyed and delightful refreshments •eyved by the' hostess. Those present were Misses Sara and Martha Goss, Blanche McMuhon, Laruo Oetwller, Peggy Carn and Mrs. Cam. Bobby and Junior Hurm, sons of Mr. x and Mrp. W, R. Hurm, accompanied their brother on o, fishing trip 'to Petersburg last Saturday. • Although It rained contlnously throughout the day, the trip proved..successful for Bobby hooked a four-pound carp, showing himself to be a crack fisherman. Miss Joy Hurm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hurm of East Sixteenth street, finished tho first year at Indiana State Teachers' college on May 23 and la home for her summer vacation. ELDORADO 'Mrs. JOHUphlno OVDonnoll of -112 Fifty-seventh street entertained "tlio following relatives over thti week-end, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright and son Jimmy, Mrs. A. O. Wright and daughters Hazel, Dorothy and Helen, all of Wllllumsport. Misa Pauline Clapper of 55011 Fifth avenue accompanied her undo IUK| aunt Mr. and Mrs. Ilurvoy Clapper and family ami MUs Ruth Miller of Lawlatown on a motor trip to Gettysburg on Saturday. ^ Mrs, ' J, Bruce. Culhei'tsoa of Hi!0 i Fifty-eighth Htrect visited at the J home of her niece Mrs. Jacob Wolfe of Columbus, O., recently. Miss Helen Black of Sinking Valley and Mrs. Hurry Delozler and son of Junlata spent Thursday at the home of M». and Mrs. H. A. Clapper of 6500 Fifth avenue. Mrs. Raymond Shuw of 321 Fifty- eighth street, who recently underwent a. surgical operation at tho Mercy hospital, la in a .serious condition. The W. B. Coxey family, who formerly lived at 6112 California avoniie, moved on Monday to HOO Logan avenue, Lakemont Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Winton Schuin und son Jack of 560 Fifty-eighth street entertained ut dinner Wednesday, May 21, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Maywhort of 1706 Fourth avenue, parents of Mrs. Bchum, the occasion being the forty- first wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Maywhort. CANANSTATION A party was held a few evenings ago at the Weldley cottage. Guests in attendance Included tho following: Margaret Baith of Altoona, Elizabeth Baith, Evelyn and Elizabeth Stilt, Violet Black, Clara Stewart of Lakemont, Earnest und Robert J. Mickle, Robert K. Mickle of Lakemont. Ward a.nd Edson Koukle, Michael ChulyaU and Earnest Black. A PICTURE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY "COURAGE" Attodhi, *fta ft vialtw tf> Ydli At the BuekHortt flift. Miles Sttftet of PHtibvltgn WAS ft tefeeht viaitot of Mrs. Walter CaflMfi;. Mf. Add Mrs. Charles S<ihl6chir aflfd Mr*. JH6l«fl JkteriltVltt (ft SWlaifVAlfr tt«re decent visitors of itt*. Schftcn- er'« brother HflrrJ; Pessler. Mf. and ilrsY THomaa Ootttn6r and ofilldrtn Ray and Ann* 6f Ashvlllfe 'wer6. Sunday'vlaifdta at\th& home of IrfiUtk Nagle. Stephen • Shynal Of OfUlitzltt visited hla aunt Mrs. William Carrig recently. , Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dean and children with Miss Betty Dean and Harold Hagsenplug, all spent a,delightful Sunday a.t the home of *Mr. and Mrs. S. C; •Dean.' . All visitors Welcome at the Mountain Top Union Sunday school at 10 a, ftW Mrs. Harry Feasler, superintendent, the Boeklng building, on West Tenth street. The daily vacation/ Bible school of the -First Methodist church will open /for a t\vo weeks study season on Monday, June 2, All the children of the church up to the High School age, are eligible for enrollment in the school. All Scouts will assemble at their respective headquarters on ; Friday morning, May 30, at 9 o'clock, to take part in the Memorial day parade and program. Scouts Will get in touch with scoutmasters for further information. Mrs. William Wesley of Washington avenue is confined to her homo by illness. Mrs. Wesley, suffered a severe illness some time ago,- and had recuperated sufficiently to be able to be out among her friends for a time, but her condition at the present time is giving her family grave concern. •Jft'iAfp .Cellar to Seller—Used Furniture Sold Thru Want Ads Bring Card of thanks «k<'SAA«<S/V WB WISH to BfcpREisB OUft HEARTFELT thinks .and aplirociatlon to our friends, nelithbotH a,h<J relative* for their Wonderful and thoughtful sympathy tendered Us In cmf rucent sad bereavement, the loos of our fo*Ing husband and father, John A. O'JDonnell. Also for the beautiful Sowers and to those wH& so kindly loaned their cars. MRS. J. A. O'DONNELL, SONS AND DAUGHTERS. In Memoriam <vA/s>'N/ > wN/»«'>>A*~'V>/'s/N RICK—tN SAt) BUT , LOVING RBMEM- branc» of my dear mother, Mr». Sarah B, Rice, Who died three years ago, May 29, 1928 The 'rolling stream o* life rolls on, But Btlll the Vacant chair Recalls the love, the voice, ihe «rnllc, Of th'te one who once, sat there. Gone, dear inother, gone for«V«r, How 1 hilss your smiling face, • But you left me to remember None on eArth can take your place. A happy home I once enjoyed, " . How sweet the hiemofy Mill, But' death has left a loneliness The world; cart never fill. By her daughter, , MARIE Rlm Lost — Found BROWN AND WHITS FOX TflRRIER. Cambria Co. license. Answers to "Trlx." Call at 824 1st Ave. Phone 8273. LOST—MAIL TERRIER WHITE DOO WITH black head and stump tall. Disappeared on April 18. A reward will be paid if re' turned to 800 2nd St., Wllllamsburg, Pa. UNLESS TOU READ THEM SOU NEVER • will know what classified Ads have to show. , .Here is one means of reproduced mnslc that has the universal support ol great musicians. Paderewski .. Damrosch .. . . Stravineki . . Newman . . 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INSTALLS * BALANCE IN EASY MONTHLY TERMS DEMONSTRATIONS DAILY PENN CENTRAL Altuuna llolliduyiiburg WUliuuuburi; Spriug Lost— Found BLUB LEATH8R POOKEfBOOK, LOS* Wednesday afternoon from stmmond's store to isth St., to 12th Ave., to Gable's. Reward. Dial 2-6287 or return to 1417 12th Ave. Personal* PERMANENT WAVING^ STEAM OR ALL methods. Requires no finger waving. MM. G. Evans, 1440 13th Ave. Phone 2-0197. BOARDING FOR 2 CHILDREN AGED 12 and 14. Catholic home, somewhere outside city limits. Write 2538-E, Mirror. LE MUR PERMANENT STEAM WAVE, $5. Genuine supplies used. Marcel SOc; finger and water waves, manicure SOc. Dial 4213. FACIAL TREATMENTS; SCALP TREAT- ments and violet ray for all body ailments. See Verna Kuny. Phone 2-0741. SULPHUR VAPOR BATHg AND MASSAGE, Dr. Kruse system. Dial 2-7635 for appointment. Mrs. Chas. s. Casner. RUPTURED? WEAR THE UNCLB SAM Truss and all Is well. No mall orders, meet us face to face. Altoona Artificial Limb and Appliance Co., 907 Green Ave., Altoona, Pa. Help Wanted Male YOUNG MAN TO WORK WITH CREW, House to house. Salary and commission. Apply 7 to 7.30 p. m., 115 Stewart St., Lakemont Terrace. Mr. Fagan. MECHANIC AND DRAFTSMAN. ONE who has money to invest preferred. Apply Frank L. Schucker, 522 6th Ave., Juniata. ' HIGH CLASS MAN, AGED 28 TO 35 years, owning motor car and willing to travel within a radius of 100 miles. \ Preference given to married men with' some credit or collection experience. Write J, W. Thompson, 605 Law A Finance Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. MONTGOMERY WARD ft CO. REQUIRES man to sell ready-cut homes on liberal loan - plan; must have good appearance, a reputation for reliability and Integrity, and be able to shoulder responsibility; tact and sales sense also necessary; man at present financially embarrassed need not reply; married man preferred; must be earnest and steady; must be a man who thinks right and lives right; leads furnished; good sell- Ing plan; liberal commission; no drawing account, but because of the extremely favorable market In Altoona the right man may expect very liberal compensation for the enthusiastic effort he puts Into his work; should own a car; must be able to furnish unquestionable reference and bond; give phone number, age, I past experience and full Information in first letter, addressing E. B. Hancock, Montgomery Ward and Company, 1501 Clark Bldg,, Pittsburgh, Pa. WANTED—20 SALESMEN WITH TRUCKS or cars to sell bakery products. Call 2-3682. OLD ESTABLISHED MANUFACTURER will back reliable people In a $1,000 permanent business with life-time earning of $50 to $75 a week, without security, bond or endorsements. Selling the 54 year famous Gottschall Products; rapid advancement. Write P. N. Gottschall & Co-Wbrkers, Harrlsburg, Pa. MEN—OVER 20—(6) NEAT APPEARING, willing to work to learn direct selling. Instructions given In field. Can earn $25 per week at start. Apply Mr. Wallace after 6 p. m.. Hotel Wayne. '• Help Wanted — Female WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER, NOT OVER 36. No objections to one child. One who prefers good home to high wages. Write P. O. Box, 673, Mt. Union.' WANTED—SALESLADY FOR A FASH- lonabl* line of women'a and children's dresses. Outfit furnished. Write Box 422, Greensburg, Pa. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP- ply 515 6th Ave. Phone 2-5181. WANTED — NEAT APPEARING, HIGH type ladles to canvass and demonstrate 20 household Items, sold through grocery trade. Straight salary. letter, giving telephone number and reference, Sales manager will bt at Penn-Alto hotel to Interview applicant* the week of June 2. Hydro Chemical Co., (Saegertown, Penna. AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER IN small family. References required. Apply to 936 22nd St. AN EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED at once. Apply to 2401 8th Ave. Salesmen — Agents SALESMAN—TO SELL THE FAMOUS LINE of LEE Union-Alls, Overalls, Shirts and Playsult« to retail dealer trade we have established in Southwestern Pennsylvania and Western Maryland. Experience In work clothing or kindred lines desirable. Mvi$t have car. Straight salary plus commission. An excellent opportunity for a permanent connection, Address, giving full details In your first letter, to Mr, O. E, Lamb, Manager, H. D. Lee Mercantile Co., Trenton, N. J. ; WANTED! AMBITIOUS, INDUSTRIOUS person to introduce and supply the demand for RWlelgh Household Products In Tyrone, Johnstown and Indiana cities and various other towns or rural districts In this part of Pennsylvania. $150 to $400 a month or more profit. Rawlelgh'8 Sales and Service Methods get business everywhere. No selling experience' required. We supply products, outfit—everything you need. Profits should increase every month. Lowest prices; best values; most complete service. W. T. Rawlelgh Co.. Dept. PN-122, Freeport, 111. Situation Wanted — Male MIDDLE AGED MAN WANTS WORK AT boiler firing or night watching. Best of references. Dial 2-S605. DRUGGIST—15 YEARS' EXP., DESIRES position. ' Steady or relief. Write 2598-E, Mirror office, MAN DESIRES WORK A3 GARDNER, /janitor or any kind 'of work, Phone 2-0511. Situation Wanted — Female ELDERLY LADY DESIRES HOUSEKEEP- Ing for elderly man. Good home In preference to high wages. Write 2332-E, Mirror. WANTED—POSITION AS COOK IN FIRST class inn or hotel. Prefer country. Write 2552-E, Mirror. YOUNG WOMAN WITH SMALL BON, wants housework, Good home preferable to high wages. Phone 2-6028. REFINED WIDOW WITH 7-YEAR-OLD child, desires housekeeping for widower, Dial 2-6897. WOMAN WISHES BLANET8 TO WASH. Prices reasonable. Dial 2-0237. YOUNG LADY DESIRES HOUSEWORK with no washing, in small refined family. Best references. Dial 2-2102. REFINED LADY WISHES POSITION AS housekeeper or general housework. Can furnish good, reference. 1223 13th Ave. Dial 2-9769. MIDDLE AGED LADY WISHES HOUSE- wurk or day work of any kind. 1103 13th Ave. Dial 2-5104. WANTED—DAY'S WORK, OFFICE CLEAN- Ing or men's washings. Inquire at 1311 7th Ave. Rent — Furnished Rooms 3 CHEERFUL, CONNECTING FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping. Front, back entrance. Inquire 843 17th St. Dial 2-8741. 1128 14th AVE.—NICELY FURNISHED room, private home, all conveniences. Gentlemen only. Half block from Penn-Alto. LAKGE, PLEASANT FRONT ROOM, ALL conveniences. Oood residential section. Private home. 2117 W. Chest. Ave. Dial 5*31. 231 MAPLK AVE.—2 NICELY FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping, all conveniences. Rer.t reasonable. Light and cheerful. Phone. Rerit-^Furnished Room* 405 HbWARD, AVE.—i» NICELY FURNISH- M rooms for light housekeeping, an convenience*. Not suitable for children. Dial 7849. 3 FURNISHED FRONT, LIGHT HOUSE- keeplnt room*. Desirable location. Adults only. Dial 2-32«2 or inquire 1109 2nd St.. Junlata. ONB FURNISHED BEDROOM WITH ALL convenience*, suitable for one or two gentlemen. ItUJulfe 2410 3M Ave., city. NICEL7 FURNlSHBO ROOMS WITH ALL modern conveniences. Rent 13 up. 1802H 13th St. FURNISHED LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING room*, private entrance, all conveniences. Inquire 1214 8th St. NICELY FURNISHED BEOROOM WITH all conveniences. »3 week. Inquire 800 4th Ave. FRONT BEDROOM, NICELY FURNISHED; also 2-car garage. Inquire 422 Cherry Ave. Phone 2-1668. LARGE FRONT ROOM AND KITCHEN- ette, all conveniences. Rent reasonable. Inquire 2025 8th Ave. 2531 8th AVE).—NEAR AftP WAREHOUSE, 2 large rooms, furnished attractively lor housekeeping* conveniences. Dial 2-7798. 1209 22nd AVE.—2 FURNISHED FRONT rooms, private home, all .'conveniences. GOB* residential section. - Dial 5440. 3 FURNISHED ROOMS IN COUNTRY home. Nice place In summer. Inquire 1218 7th Ave. 1022 LEXINGTON AVE.—3 SMALL ROOM apartment, suitable for small family. Porches, yard. Dial 2-7723. Furnished Apartment* 4-ROOM FURNISHED APT., BATH, ALL conveniences. Private. $35. Inquire 862 17th St. Dial 2-2982. FURNISHED APT., PRIVATE ENTRANCE and bath. Electric refrigerator. 3 squares from P. O. on Cor. llth St., Highland Place. SECOND FLOOR, 3 FURNISHED ROOMS, private bath and porch. Private entrance. Rent reasonable.' Inquire 1605 6th Ave. 3 ROOMS AND BATH—COMPLETELY FUR- nlshed. Reduced rental. Special offer for the week to save time. 715 8th Ave. Apts. are unusually attractive and clean. No better value to be found. Reference. Dial 6301. ALL MODERN AND ELECTRIC CONVEN- lences. Will accommodate 2 or 3 adulU. No children. Very central. Call between 9 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Dial 2-1862. Unfurnished Apartment* 510 18th ST.—SECOND FLOOR DUPLEX, 6 rooms, all conveniences, $35: Inquire John Martin, 518 16to St., or Dial 3-5002 or 9029. 5-ROOM, UP-TO-DATB DAYLIGHT APT., 1507 12th St. Inquire O. L. McCartney, 1200 15th Ave. 5 R06MS AND BATH. FRONT AND BACK porch.e3. Private garage. located in Llyswen. 2-6601 or 8286. WAYNE APTS., 1106 18th ST., 3 ROOMS, bath, all conveniences. Inquire 1912 Union Ave. W. B, Cassldy. Dial 2-7993. 5-ROOM APARTMENT, VERY NICE LOCA- tlon, all conveniences. Garage, porches. Rent reasonable. Inquire 2608 5th Ave. 514 6th AVB.—4 ROOMS AND BATH, first floor; 3 rooms and bath, second floor: 3 rooms and bath, third floor. All conveniences. Rent reasonable. Inquire 524 6th Ave. 1410-12 19th ST.—4-ROOM APARTMENT with 'all modern conveniences, porch. Inquire at 1811 13th Ave, After 5.30 call at 1414 19th St. DUPLEX, 2302 W. CHESTNUT AVE., 6 rooms, bath, all conveniences. Dial 2-7249. 6-ROOM "APT., WITH BATH. INQUIRE Hahn * Co., 813 Green Ave. ' FAIRVIEW. 411 21st AVE—DUPLEX, 4 rooms 2nd floor, 3 rooms third floor, all conveniences, porches. All light room*. Dial 2-2232. SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT, 214 LO- gan Ave., Llyawen, 5 rooms, all conveniences. VDlal 2-4887. | 1500 4th AVE.—5 ROOMS AND BATH, all conveniences, second floor. Inquire 505 15th St. Dial 9658. 4-ROOM APARTMENT, ALL CONVEN- lences, at 1801 4th Ave., Junlata. Inquire rear apartment o/ 1813 llth Ave., Altoona. BRETH APT., 825 7th AVB.—3 AND 4 rooms, heat, bath, gas range. $24 and $30. Dial 9029 or 2-5092. JUNIATA, 205 5th AVE.—SECOND FLOOR, 4 rooms, bath, hot water heat. Dial 2-7619. 4 LARGE, WELL LIGHTED ROOMS, BATH, sun parlor, front, rear entrance. Rent reasonable. 2325 Broad Ave. DUPLEX, 314-312 3rd ST.—5 ROOMS, bath, hot water heat, all conveniences. Inquire 219 Lloyd St. E. 2nd AVE. AND LLOYD ST.—4 ROOMS, all conveniences. $35. 849 2ith St., beside Presbyterian church, 1 rooms, all conveniences. $4u. 1211 8th Ave.— I rooms, all conveniences. $25. 2221 8th Ave,—4 rooms, all conveniences. $25. 611 23rd St.—4 rooms and bath. $18. McVEY-FARIS CO., Clement Jaggard Bldg. Phone 7128. DE LENA APT., 5-ROOMS, BATH, ALL modern conveniences. Inquire 1002 Chestnut Ave. APARTMENTS, 600 2nd ST., 5 ROOMS; 812 2nd St., 4 rooms, all Improvements, Apply Fount Drug Store. IMPERIAL APT., 190S UNION AVE., 6 rooms, bath, porch and all conveniences, $35; aluo \ rooms, bath and porch, $30. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m, 2-8160. 4 LARGE ROOMS AND BATH, FIRST floor front. 713 8th Ave. Dial 6301. 1121 17th AVE.—2nd FLOOR, 5 ROOMS and bath, electric stove, shades, Call after 5 p. m. Dial 2-5707. ELIZABETH APARTMENT, 2015 BROAD Ave., 5 rooms and bath. Elevator and janitor service, all conveniences. Reasonable rent. Inspection cordially Invited. Dial 2-3673 or call at Apt. 1. 8-ROOM APARTMENT, 2615 BROAD AVE., 2nd floor duplex. Gas range, kitchen cabinet, linoleum In bath and kitchen. Dial 2-3532. Available on or before June 20. 2320 8th AVE.—3 ROOMS, FIRST FLOOR, all conveniences, $28; 4 "rooms, second floor, all conveniences, $28. Dial 2-0307; 7413 or 2-6056. CALVERT APTS., 2507 W. CHEST. AVE.. modern, 6 rooms, 2nd floor, hardwood Soors, fireplace, porches, fine condition, $4S. 906 HOWARD AVE.—DUPLEX AFART- inent, first and second floors, with garage in rear. Modern In all respects. Apply at once, March's, 1224 llth Ave. 1112 13th AVE.—FIRST FLOOR APART- ment. Right In tho heart of the city. Apply at once. March's, 1224 llth Ave. 2205 7th AVE.—FIRST FLOOR, 4 ROOMS, bath. 1937 W. Chestnut, 2nd floor, 4 rooms, all improvements. Phone 5076. 3 ROOMS, BATH, FINISHED ATTIC, GAS and electric light. Hot water and telephone service. $20 month. Inquire 706 4th St. Dial 2-1003. Rent — Houses 3034 W. CHESTNUT AVE.—8 ROOMS AND all conveniences. For further particulars, inquire T. Chester Parsons, 1107 12tb Ave. Phoue 2-5192. 2 WELL. FURNISHED. COMMUNICATING ruoma for housekeeping. Water, all cou- ' 17th St. venieiu'ea. Refined family. Dial 2-8015. ROOM.S l''OR LODGING, $3 AND Roory.s for light houaelieepintf. Free liitf space. inquire 1411 8th Ave. 1910 15th AVE,—8-ROOM HOUSE, ALL conveniences. Inquire 1908 15th Ave. between 10 a. m. and 7 p. «. 5 AND 6-ROOM HOUSE, GAS AND ELEC- tric. Toilet upstairs. Inquire at 130$ UP. 404 3rd AVE.—9 ROOMS, 2 BATHS. ELEC- tric light and Baa. Hot water heat. porches. New puint outside. $28 suoutb. Inquire :ia E. ith Ave. Rent—Home* 1601% 5th AVB.—4 ROOM* AND BATH. Rent $18. Inquire at 2110 8th Ave. Dial 2-7519. 1809 9th AVft., REAR—8 ROOMS, LIGHT, yard, gas. water, cellar, porch. Rent $15. Inquire 1813 12th Are. 13-ROOif HOUSE. 2 BATH ROdMg, 3UIT- able for boarding and rooming tiouse. Rent reasonable. Inquire 1716 6th Ave. 1821 13th AVE.—« ROOMS, BATH, 1TUR- nace, 2-car garage. Also 7 rooms, gas, electric. Rent reasonable to right party. Inquire 506 26th St. Dial 2-6971 between 4 and 6. 1417 1st ST.—7 ROOMS, BATH, ALL MOD- ern conveniences, porches. Rent reasonable. Call 101 Howard Ave. or Dial 2-2153. 1412 2nd ST.—DESIRABLE 6-ROOM HOUSE, all conveniences. Rent reasonable. Inquire 1414 2nd St. Dial 2-8129. 324 4th AVE.—8 ROOMS, ALL CONVEN- lences. $40. 601 2nd Ave., Junlata—S'rooms, light and gas, $16. 1303 2nd Ave.—8 rooms, light and ga». $18. 710 Crawford Ave.—7 rooms, all conveniences. 2-car garage. $38. Park Ave., Lakemont, Rev. Williams property, back of playground, 5 rooms, all conveniences. $27. 909B 24th St., between Broad and W. Chestnut Aves.—7 rooms and bath, all conveniences. $50. 1901 llth St.—7 rooms, all conveniences. House In excellent condition throughout. $42. McVEY-FARIS CO., Clement Jaggard Bldg. Phone 7128. 1818 7th AVE—HOUSE. 7 ROOMS, ALL Improvements, hot water heat, yard, large porch. Inquire 1820 7th Ave. 5-ROOM HOUSE. BATH, LIGHT. HEAT, gas, newly papered. Rent reasonable. Inquire 515 Baynton Ave., South Lakemont. 901 5th AVE.—3 ROOMS, ' HALL FIRST floor, 4 bedrooms, bath 2nd floor. Heat, shades furnished. Inquire 905 or 907 5th Ave. 624 CRAWFORD AVE.—6-ROOM HOUSE. all conveniences. Inquire 526 Crawford Ave. 1824 UNION AVE.—8-ROOM HOUSE, NEW-- ly papered and painted, all conveniences. Inquire of K. McGrath, 2808 Broad Ave. Dial 2-2471 or 9029. LARGE 7-ROOM HOUSE WITH ALL CON- venlences. - Yard and garage. Crlgger Bros., 1024 llth Ave. 2827 8th AVE.—5-ROOM BUNGALOW, ALL modern conveniences except bath. Rent reasonable. $18 month In advance. Inquire Mrs. Bowman, 2904 6th Ave. RENT A NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE ON A 40-foot lot. Large living room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and bath. Large clothes closets. All modern conveniences. Garage. Rent .reasonable. Call us up about It. WOODS BECKMAN COMPANY, Realtors, Penn Central Bldg., Fifth Floor. Phone 5124. 914 26th ST.—7 ROOMS, BATH AND ALL conveniences., Inquire 918 26th St. 1911 5th AVE.—6-ROOM HOUSE. BATH, newly papered, cemented cellar, *-i condition. Inquire 1909 5th Ave. Rent — FARM CONTAINING 90 ACRES. GOOD house, bank barn. Fruit. Situated 2 miles from Altoona. Inquire 1701 6th Ave. Rent—Cottages FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR RENT AT Ardenhelm. River front. Inquire 405 Howard Ave. Dial 7849. FURNISHED HOUSE, ALONG TUSSEY mountain, between Loysburg and Everett, VS mile from highway. For campers and tourists. Inquire Charles Ritchey. Wolf's Furniture Co. IRVIN'S COTTAGE AT VINYARD FOR week or week-ends. Dial 4984. ARDENHEIM—COMPLETELY FURNISHED cottages, |15 and $20 wk. Special season rates. For Inspection or bookings apply or Write to J. R. Valentine, R. F. D. No. 3, Huntingdon, Pa. . Rent- — Miscellaneous 303 GRANT AVE.—7 ROOMS, NEW PAPER, all conveniences, 1-car garage. 714 4th St.—3-room .apartment, oath, big enclosed porch. 712-14 4th St.—2 large storerooms, suitable for any kind of business. 122 1st Ave. Also 9th Ave. and 37th St. L. R. MATHIEU ft Sons. 1824 Union Ave Dial 9994. FOR RENT—915 CHESTNUT AVE., STORE- room 33x80, modern new building, only a block from postofflce. Apply at once, March's, 1224 llth Ave. Sale Or Rent 4-ROOM BUNGALOW AND GARAGE, 3803 Walnut Ave. Lot 50x120. Inquire on premises. 8-ROOM HOUSE, LIGHT AND WELL WA- ter In kitchen. New roof. 1 acre ground. Very suitable for raising chickens or. garden. Fruit trees, grape arbor, Sale terms reasonable. Located 29th Ave. and intb St. Inquire of Charles A. Auker, 1321 llth Ave. Sale — House* HOME IN COLUMBIA PARK DISTRICT. 6 rooms, tile bath, cement cellar. 2-car garage. 18.500; $500 cash. Call 9023 between 6 and 7 p. m. HOWATID AVB., 113 6 rooms and bath, 2-car garage. Lot 2Sx 120. Avenue and alley paved. Price $3,500 HOWARD J. DARR. 1118 14th St. Dial 2-3188. 122 E. 4th AVE—FRAME HOUSE, 7 rooms, bath. Fine condition. All modem Improvements. Finished third floor, alate roof. 2-car garage. Lot 25x120. Street, al ley paved. Bargain for someone at $5,000 Pqone 2-3506, 322-324 LOGAN AVE., LAKEMONT—DOU- ble house, 5 rooms each, bath, furnace, 2- car garage. Dial 2-5052. 6-ROOM HOUSE, ALL CONVENIENCES. Only 5 years old, hardwood floors down. stairs, built-in bath tub. 1010 24th Ave. No phone 18.500. calls. Inquire AN IDEAL HOME—8-ROOM COTTAGE, with bath and enclosed front porch, hard, wood floors, new furnace, windows weather stripped, all modern conveniences. House In A-l condition. Easy terms can be arranged. For further particulars Inquire at 113 7th St. CALVERT HILL LOT 12JI-S3 Twenty-second Avruue. Alley and avenue paved, taps in. SOx 120 feet. Good homes on both sides. Price ib right. SEE MORGAN-MARTIN CO, Central Trust Bldg. A GOOD BUY 3 and pantry down; 3 and bath and sewing room up; fin. attic; elec.. gas. new heat plant, new roof; new paint and paper; porches; Ave. and alley paved. Located 214 E. Sth Ave. Only 1-1.200. Terms to suit. ED. SEIDEL, Realtor GOOD LOAN PLAN mortgage I money on monthly installment plan. Average payments as low as J7.53 par H.- 000.00. First month J10 per $1,000.00. then reducing each month— prepayment privileges!. Let us tell you more about the^e loans. WOODS BECKMAiN COMPANY Realtors Penn Cenu-a.1 Bldg., FUth Floor 51-'i. f UJOAN A?tt» . ttt ROOM, «EM* WBt tflt 5118 Broad Are. Ex 8-room dwelling 1 , cemented cellar, tot 33XMD ft.' $3,300. T. CHESTER PARSOlif 1107 12th Ave. f Bo»» Sale—Cottage* 4-ROOM FURNMHE0 COrtTAOlt A1 per R«ese. Lot 50x110-. EHMK* Price $1,000. Dial 9690. Sale—Lot* CEMETERY LOT IN ROSE HJIX tery. Section R, lot No. 300. 5th Ave. Phone 2-4287. LOT AT 4th AVE., 9th ST., ""» 50x120. Cleared. $115. P&on* 1211 4th ST., JUNIATA—LOT 30*1*1. '.. sell or trade for light closed car Hi condition. Dial 2-9895. LARGE LOT IN EAST JUNIATA. sell on easy payment plan, 1C soM Phone 2-2608. Sale — Farm* SMALL FARM OF 9 ACRE* LOCATED <HW Buckhorn road, 1 mile trotn AltooMfc *•• room house, bath, electric light, sprtttf W- ter In house. 2-car garage, chicken tnUftff ' all necessary outbuildings. Boms MarCM fruit trees. Price very reasonable If •»» soon. Inquire W. C. Walker, Buckfiorn Mtdr or Dial 9-5193. ., " w * Sale — Timberland 600 ACRES 100 acres virgin Umber, balance soot ond growth, mostly hardwood, f mile* i.™ Altoona, 2 miles from the railroad. WtBt : , Penn highway through the property. tW I sale by owner, George A. Potter, 838 23QC St.. Altoona. J Sale — Furniture ANTIQUE MAHOGANY BEDROOM SVTTXf ••• I marble top dresser, wash stand, bt*. JU*» '' sonable price. Phone Hollidaysburg 391-J-, - - - - FOR SALE—I CHINA CLOSET. INQUtR*, p 513 Park Ave., Webnwood. Phone 487T. " 3-PIECE OAK. LEATHER COVERED -.. Ing room suite, good condition. $40. But, ' 613 24th St. Dial 2-8794. KITCHEN CABINET, KITCHEN COTV \ * board, wash stand, chandelier*, colonnmdev «Ki Mrs. Homer Grove, 1820 Sharp Av«. Dial "•#''1 2-9519. / •*' MAHOGANY DAVENPORT TABLE large mirror for $15. Phone 2-«91» ot"" ; 2-7306. fla * WOLF FURNITURE CO., 1501 llth AVZ. OFFERS China Closet Moore's Combination Range Dresser 3 PC. Reed Suit* Business and Office Need* /.Wd '^1 •ws. % -* JjS _ _^f- ,?•*• SHOW CASES—ALL SIZE& Two 12 foot. 2nd naoo. DtlgiiUln * Fountains. Soda Tables and Cbaln. what you need If you an itaittnv to buslnssa. Windshield aad Door UlaM tuUUM, \LTOONA PLATE GLASS COL Dial UW1 or 2-T30fi, ;-*l 72S Grten Ave. Radio* NINE TUBE, SCREEN GRID. 1930^ MODV el Highboy radio for sale at v.ry able price. Easy terms. 1118 4th Musical Instrument* FOR SALE—COHN ALTO HORN WTTBT case, like new. Will sacrifice. Also mar- ate stand. Inquire 412 Union/Bank Bide;' , ' PALMER PLAYER PIANO. »100.«#. Mahogany case and bench. 25 rolls. Good condition. WEAVER FACTORY SHOWROOM, 1820-22 Eleventh Av«. Sale — Miscellaneous GOOD QUARRIED BUILDING Eajy to work. Also Whltbnd's clink**less coal. Flgart'a mines, Buckhorn ' Dial B083. FOR SALE—2 HEAVY PHONOOnAPH RJRtW » ord booths, plate glass, v W. D. Dswlf ! Drug. Store. 1901 8th Ave. \ * 4 TYPEWRITERS—ALL 8TANPAKD repaired and overhauled. Parts, and supplies (or every machine. Call B. F. BAKU. 1827 llth AVB. REFRIGERATORS—ELECTJUO For Sale—Wanted, ft men. tmuft themselves and family, to buy T-reom " with electric, water and toilet, la Also 3-room Bungalow in Lakemoot Ww use car or truck aa down payment. BMtMMkftj $15 month. If anxious to projrtw, ting*" tlgata Immediately. Calone * Btll, nit- 8th 'Ave. FOR SALE PRACTICALLY NEW FRAMJU. USED FOR PARTITIONS. tOXSK FRAMES COULD BE USED NICK- V, LY TO ENCLOSE A PORCH. WIU* SELL VERY REASON ABU!. -CUSTODIAN," ALTOONA ROR OFFICE. PORCH UHA1R3 RBSBATEJa - styla chair «e»tlqg, chilr canto* Hinds. Also rag n« and f ' Work calUd for Md d«llv Works. 2118 6th Ave. Dial 2 BEOS. BUREAUS, GAS RANOK. PIANO, Very reasonable. Inquire 3918 BnM 4*% Phone 2-7918. ^ COMBINATION COAL AND GAS good uoadltton, ananwl finish. Will . vary reasonable. Inquin 310 Lo»an Av«., Llyswen. ' FOR SALE—DOUBLE ROW CORN er. $20; grass, grain and $35: single row corn plantar. |t>: _ spread*?, $33; one-horse mower. f39i rake. IS: Fordson tractor. 1350: good ' rolet angina »nd chowis. i}5: two good hones and turneas. S135; young beUtr. rabblls. T5c. Trtmnwl. Buckhora rood, mlla from Altoona. Dial S-3JB1 FREDER/CK PERMANENT WAVB chine. In good condition. Last year's l el, 2-t heater OB*H model. Inquire 11) Ave. 3 WHITE WARBLE TOP TABLES 3 ft- by 39 H Inches. Suitable tor kitchen. or rwtaurant. DU1 7003. PENINSULAR F1PELES3 FURNA condition, cheap to quick buyer, 1615 Uth Av». Phoo* 5135. HEYWOGD WAKKFIBLD STROLLBft good condition. JUuoMbt*. Inq.uli* All the Lumber Stock «l FLUKE CO.. Inc,, FOR SALE AT 33*%OFFCQSI Inquiry At ¥*r<J 3606 Bs*l« Ava. XH*1

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