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NEWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND HOLLIDAYSBURG & Mlllward and his daughter Mary tiowther, both of Derry?' <HM>1)8, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Norman lietnUre and their daughter Miss Jane Melntire of Washington. , motored to Hollidaysburg on •Winrsday where they are being enter' ^latned at the residence of thrlr cou- ' Slrifc Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rollins of MO Broad street. In this party of relatives, four generations are repre- ,L **nted, as follows: D. W. Millward and his daughter Mrs. Mary Lowther. Mrs. Norman Mclntlre, who Is a daughter of Mrs. Mary Lowther, and Miss Anna Jane Mclntlre, who is a daughter of Mrs. Normftn Mclntlre. THayes Calvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. < Matthew Calvin of 612 Allegheny street. • .delightfully entertained a number of his friends on Wednesday afternoon , the home of his parents In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wray Young of Uniontown were entertained over the past week-end at the residence of Mrs. Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Stlne of 610 Jones street. Pine Street Church of God, Rev. 3. E. Strine, pastor—9.45 a. m. the Bible school will assemble for its regular weekly session. The 10.45 service will be a continuation of' the school devotions. The whole of the morning program will be of a memorial nature. On this occasion the church will extol the never-to-be-forgotten virtues of their blessed dead. During the course of the program the pastor will speak on the subject, "The Immortal- his ?th birthday anniversary from 2 to Ity of Influence." There will be no 8 o'clock. The afternoon was devoted to ' evening service. We will again unite Isvenlle games. The host was the re- «-ith the other churches of the town clpient of a choice collection of attractive , gifts. A delicious birthday luncheon" was served. The table dec- nfations were carried out in red and \fhlte, including red candles, red fa- tfbte and a birthday cake, festooned with seven lighted candles, together with gorgeous spring flowers. Those who participated were Eleanor Mae Adams, Elva Satterneld, Alice Hewit, Peggy Allen, Jane Rentz, Mary Sellers, Gloria Wilt, Irene Trail, Peggy Curr-an, Peggy Wolfe. Ralph Erdly, John Woodcock, James Keller, Carl Douglass, Jimmie Healy, William Miller, .foseph Malone, Rick Brenner, David Shatzer, Kenneth Downing, Harvey Sellers and Joseph Mclntosh. ..Genuine Frigidaire Service WOLF FURNITURE CO. •< Authorized Prlgldalre Dealers' f '.Vll-n.' llth Ave. Hint 51 If- II AM Last Times Today J'atlic All Talking Comedy Sound News Monday anil Tuesday "Under the Texas Moon" in the annual baccalaureate service, which will be conducted in the Presbyterian church. The regular weekly prayer meeting will be held Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock. A. M. E. Zion church, 511 First street, George Emmett London, pastor—Preaching at 6.30 p. m. by the pastor. Evening subject, "Following After God." The holy communion will be administered. Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Parents are urged to send their children. Sa.int Paul's Methodist, Loop station, Rev. Charles W. Campbell, pastor—Sunday school at 2.30 p. m., classes for all ages; junior choir will sing; H. E. Snowberger, superintendent; public worship in the evening at 7.30; sermon by the pastor; subject, "The Larger Life"; special music by the choir. Young people's meeting on Wednesday evening instead of Thursday on account of the commencement exercises at the High school. The topic Is "Measuring the Worth of a Friendship" and Miss Ida Yingllng is the leader. — Holy Trinity Episcopal, Rev. Albion M. Ross, rector—Holy communion at 9 a. m.; church school at 9.45 a. m. The usual service at 11 a. m. will be omitted on account of the baccalaureate service of Highland Hal! at the Presbyterian church. First Methodist, Rev. Barnett H. Hart, minister—9.46, Church school, with missionary offerings. 11, Morning worship and sermon, subject, "Why Religion?" No evening service on account of High school baccalaureate exercises. The June meeting of the Queen Esther society will be held on Monday evening in the Sunday school room. Mid-week church night, Wednesday evening at 7.30. Symposium, "What I Would Do If I Were a Preacher." Monthly meeting of the official board, Wednesday evening, immediately after the mid-week service. The regular monthly meeting of the W. F. M. S. will be held In the Sunday school room on Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Apartment for rent. All conveniences. Lasser Shoe Shop. Phone 84-J Adv. BELLEFONTE Triday morning, May 23, the members of the senior commercial class of the Bellefonte High school left by motor on a three days' educational trip to Harrisburg and Gettysburg. They were accompanied on the trip by Mrs. Daisy B. Henderson, head of the commercial department, Mrs. Alberta M. Krader, Miss Eileen Mentzer, a junior commercial student and Joseph Jodon. While in Harrisburg they were shown through the capitol, ItaVing all of the points of interest designated by a guide. Later in the ^yening they attended a theatre, leaving early the next morning for Hershey where they were shown through tlie Hershey chocolate plant which they found most interesting. From Hershey the class went to Gettysburg, •whe're they were taken over the bat- tj^fleld, this time having three guides, one for each car. Among the other points of interest in Gettysburg was the Jennie Wade home, in which she was killed while baking bread during -the battle. The return trip was made Sunday by way of Bedford. The members of the class are Misses Edith Armagast, Barbara Rhoads, Frances Gjenn, Roseanna Emenhizer, Christine &qilth, Mabel Watson, Lulu Jodon, Elizabeth Carpeneto, Verna Bickel, Adaline Shuey and Kathryn Kerstetter. Mr. and Mrs. Egil Risan, two children and their niece Miss Edith Olsen, left Wednesday for New York where 3yra. Rlsan and the children will take passage on the S. S. Stavengerfjord, bailing Friday for Bergen, Norway, where they will be a guest for some time of her only sister. From there they will go to Trondhjen, Norway, to visit Mr. Risan's parents and to attend the great celebration of the 900th anniversary of Christianity, to be held in the Trondhjen cathedral, following Which they will journey to Mrs. Risao's former home at Harstad, Nor- ST. CLAIRSVILLE Mr. and Mrs. William Ake and daughter Miss Mary and son Glenn and B. F. Ake were callers Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Rouse of Everett. Miss Miriam Slonaker underwent an operation in the Roaring Spring hospital last week for the removal of her tonsils. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wright and son Rayford and daughter Mabel of Ryot spent Friday afternoon with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Mowery. A flne baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Otto Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Cramer of Altoona visited on Friday with the latter's sister Mrs. B. F. Ake. Chester Stambaugh left Monday to spend a few days with friends in Springfield and Akron, O. Mrs. Charles Shaffer and son Junior of Osterburg spent Sunday evening with her mother Mrs. Frank Kauffman. » The Ladies' Aid society of the Lutheran church will hold a chicken supper in the Grange hall Friday evening, May 30. , Howard Mowery had the misfortune while working in the woods Friday to cut his foot badly and at the present time is a patient in the Timmin's hospital, Bedford. JUNIATA GAP 'Mardorf Methodist—Sunday school session will begin prmoptly at 10 a. in. Last Sunday the attendance fell down to 115. Try and make this Sunday 200. Epworth league service at 6.30. Evening worship at 7.30. At this service the church choir will render several special selections. Sermon by the pastor, Rev. C. W. Karns. The Ladies' Aid society will meet in the church on Wednesday and in the evening the mid-week prayer service will be conducted by the pastor. hold their annual re-union service in the school at 2.45 in which the superintendent would like to have a large at- way. to spend a year. In May, 1931. "£~ n " d(l 7 being th T first Sunday in •lit. wjll be joined by her husband, Julle , the Sanctuary Sunday school will who expects to arrive in Norway in ••-•-• - • • • time to attend the golden wedding anniversary of hlB parents. Mr. and .Mrs. Philip Robb and Iheir j tendance son Philip of Parlln, N. J., and the former's brolher Mahlon Robb of New- York cily will spend the week-end at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Robb. Warren Cobb of New York cily spent Memorial day at the home of hia parents Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Cobb Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Johnson attended the graduation exercises of the Kylerlpwn High school on Tuesday evening where they witnessed the graduation of their niece Miss Marian Rothrock. HOPEWELL Methodist, Hev. Raymond L. Morris, pastor—Church school at 9.45. Morning worship at 11. Subject, "Behind Closed Doors." Evening service at 7.45. Subject, "Tlie Foolishness of Preaching." Echelbergerlown—Church school at Sermon « p "" the ™ Mr«. Oscar Harer and Miss Hen- i ject, "Simon's Ship." Epworth league I at 7.30. Langdondale—Church school at 10. the pastor Sub ject. "Team Work." Christian En- guests ou Tuesday ai borne of Mrs. George A. Beezer. ueavor at 7 3D Member* of the stale patrol Friday l ''*"' __ afternoon arrested E. G. Atkinson of j Young«town, O., as a public nuisance. I Sriiaeffer of Huntingdon collided on tor (tof-ping cartj on the highway at : the highway near Julian. Houk was Axe Mann and tying up traffic. Hib uninjured wliile Schae/ler suffered an object in stopping cars was to bell injury of tlie finger. the occupants toau. He- was arrested j Thomas H. Brew, formerly of Belle- and committed to Ihe Centre county ' I'mile, but now a resident of Lans- ja.ll. lord, spent the week-end with his On Saturday the Hazel and company j bisltr Mrs. Minnie B. Fenlon. north dry good* truck operated by Claylon j Allegheny street. Mr. Brew was ac- Hoyer of BellKtonte, collided -with at the corner of Howard and < and WlUon etreetu. The soaau was oper- , mother. companied by Mrs. Brew, son Jack, Roberts, Mrs. Brew's »l*d by K. E. Geatzel of Bellelonte. ' Mr. and ilre. G. Victor Potter and R. D. Botb can* were badly dam- ton George of Johnsonburg, with Mrs. IMfed- l-'otter't inolner Mrs. Kallierine Brew Saturday uaoruiDg, "• t*r ownt-d by of J-'unxsutawney, uioiored to State LnjuU Hill, a local garage man and College .Saturday where they were ufientted by Ja;i)<-u Jury was parkea over-night guests of Mrs. K. M. tp (rout of tbe H. P. Kchaeffer haid- Brodtrick. Both Mr. and Mrs. Potter i Ktore, wbeu Uie emergun.)- brakt- wt-re jstudeuls at Pena Slate. Sun- »ud tlie car started down j day they slopped in Bellefonte to visit ttiid acrots the street, running Mrs, Fenluii and T. B. Hamilton. Mm. into H (larking &)K" aud damaging it. ; Brew tormerly resided in Belk-iunte. tiieu Into the porch of the Montgomery A union baccalaureate service' for the the " DUNCANSVILLE J. N. Landis of 318 Sixteenth street, has been dismissed from the Mercy hospital at Altoona where he underwent a surgical operation several days ago after being a patient there for treatment for more than a 'week before. His condtilon at his home la good and an early recovery is anticipated. While this sect^o;! was visited by quite a. heavy frost for this season early Friday morning, only a small amount of Vlamage seems to have resulted, according to reports heard. Grape vines suffered somewhat and tender vegetables showed some indications of being frost-nipped In a few favorable places, but in most places no trace of damage seemed apparent. Rev. and Mrs. D. O. Felker and daughters Ruth and Violet, formerly of Hicks Memorial Methodist church, this place, now of Clearfleld, were latter part of the week visitors hefe at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Snider at 1146 Third avenue and other friends about town. Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Mobley of Sixteenth street were Memorial day callers at the home of WUliamsburg friends. C. C. Copenhaver of 1216 Third avenue, has returned frorn a motor trip to Houtzdale, where he visited with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Hazlett of Fifth avenue were latter part of the week visitors with relatives at Port- £L(?G. Kenneth Wise, three-year old son of Mr. and Mrs.' Chester Wise of Fourteenth street, had a metal bottle top reremoved from his left nostril at the Mercy hospital at Altoona on W.ed- nesday evening. The , child placed the stopper in his nostril while at play about his home during the early evening and all efforts of his parents and a local physician to remove it proved unavailing and his removal to the hospital was advised. At the hospital dispensary the tightly lodged bit of metal was finally removed after considerable effort and after administering treatment the child was brought home. His condition is fine after his rather painful experience. Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Miller and son of Winona Lake, Ind., were visitors here this week, being called here on account of the Illness And death of hia uncle, Samuel P. Miller. The next game the Duncansville Independents baseball club has scheduled is on the coining Tuesday evening at 5.30 o'clock at Carnegie park when the McMahon dairy team of Altoona will be entertained. It will be the intial meeting of these two teams. All fans are invited out to these twilight attractions being staged by the Indies. Ralph Martin of Sandy Ridge is visiting among Duncanaville relatives and friends for a few days. The Ladies' Five Hundred club was very delightfully entertained at its bi-weekly meeting held on Wednesday afternoon, by Mrs. Harold Wyerman. The gathering was held at her home at 844 Third avenue and was marked by a program of unusual interest. The serving of a dainty luncheon and an afternoon spent at cards were pleasing portions of the afternoon's program. Mr .and Mrs. Albert Kuhn, of near Duncansville were Memorial day visitors at Indianapolis for the annual 500-mile auto race at the Indianapolis speedway. They also visited with friends who reside near Indianapolis. Misa Doris Snively, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Snively of 924 Third avenue, this place, was graduated this week from the State Teachers' college at Indiana, being awarded her diploma at the commencement exercises held the early part of the week upon the successful completion of a two-year course of study. Miss Snively pursued a special course in primary work. She Is receiving the congratula- jtions of her many friends upon her graduation. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Snyder and family of this place were at Sunbury on Wednesday attending the funeral of the former's aged grandmother. John Benson of Carlisle has returned to that place after visiting with relatives here for a few days. Two occupants of a light automobile escaped with slight injuries when the machine crashed through a fence at the Vipond farm near New Portage Junction and hit a tree this week. The car was badly wrecked but the occupants escaped with minor injuries. It was removed to a Hollidaysburg garage. Mrs. Flota Christopher has returned from Turtle Creek, where she visited relatives the early part of this week. Mrs. Christopher was accompanied home by her son Junior, who spent the past few weeks' visiting there at the home of his grandparents. George Robert Harman, son of Rev. and Mrs. G. B. Hal-man of 1206 Fourth avenue, this place, ia spending a week vsiiting his grandparents Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Harman at Huntingdon. Presbyterian, Rev. Julian Park, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30, John Rollason, superintendent. Evening worship at 7.30. Preaching by the pastor. Sermon theme, "The Second Mile in Service and Life." Preparatory service to holy communion on Friday evening at 7.30. Holy communion on the Pentecostal Sunday at 10.80 a. m. Evangelical Lutheran, Hev. G. B. Harman, pastor—Preaching at 10.30 and at 7.30 by the pastor. Morning subject, "The Church of Christ." Evening subject, "The Imagination." Sunday school, with classes for ull at 9.16. Christian Endeavor society meeting at 6.30. Subject, "Prayer in the Life of Leaders." Hicks Memorial Methodist, Hev. L. D. Ott, pastor—Preaching at 10.30 and at 7.30 by the pastor. Morning theme, 'Our National Memorial Day." Evening theme, "How to Become Citizens of the Kinddom of God." Sunday school at 9.30, George W. Hoover, Huperintendent. Epworth league at 0.45. Prayer meeting at 7.30 o'clock Wednesday evening. The morning aer- inon is a Memorial day sermon. Would like all the survivors of the Civil war and of the Spanish-American and World wars to be present. Have a worthwhile message for all and for citizens as well. It is up to date in every respect. The night sermon will be an evangelistic appeal. Come and find out how to become a citizen of the Kingdom of Gud, the greatest kingdom on earth and which is to endure forever. T Y R ONE CAKJU OF THANKS. It U desired in tliU manner to ex- our heartfelt thanks for the many kindnesses und the sympathy manifested by our neighbors and friends during our recent bereavement la the death of our dear hunband and brother, Samuel 1*. Miller. AUo to the I'runkbtowii Methodist congregation for-tbe use of their church for the funeral services; to Kevs. Snyder, Marker und Garver for llieir respective part* lu tbe services; to those ivh furnishejl automobiles and for the beautiful floral tributes. HIS Wli'K ANU UKOTHUUS AND SISTEUS. Adv. The annual meeting of the Bald Eagle .Cemetery association will be held Sunday afternoon, June' 1 at 2.3( o'clock, at the Bald Eagle Methodist church. T?He election' of officers for the ensuing year and other important business items will' be discussed. All lot owners and other persons intere&ed in the care of the cemetery are urged to be present. The assessments for the care of the lots may be paid at this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. George Kessler and daughter Miss Ruth of West Fifteenth street have gone to New York from where they will sail, by the way of the Isthmus of Panama for the Pacific coast. Their trip will include places of interest in California and other important stops, enroute home, which will be made by rail, through the states. They expect to spend two months or longer, on their route. Miss E. 'Hilda Evans, deaconess, at the Methodist Home for the Aged, sailed from New York yesterday on the steamship Corlnthia, for England, where she will spend some time with relatives and friends and her trip will include a tour through, Germany and the Passion play at Oberamesga. W. H. McLaughlln of Philadelphia spent Thursday with friends In Tyrone. Miss Lucy Norton, one of the congenial employes of the Methodist Home for the Aged, has returned from H very pleasant visit'with her family at Newton Hamilton. J. A. Hoffman and family of West Washington avenue are spending the week-end at their summer home at the Newton Hamilton camp grounds. Miss Rev. Gaynell Arde'll of North Logan avenue, has gone to Rockville, where she will conduct a two weeks' daily vacation Bible school under the auspices of the First United* Brethren church at that place. Among the members of the large family at the Methpdist Home for the Aged who are enjoying their vacation visiting relatives and friends are Mrs. Henrietta Vandersloot, who has gone to Harrisburg to remain toe a period of two weeks or longer; Mrs. Amanda Brown and Mrs. Caroline Rogers, who are both guests of Altoona friends, and Miss Caroline Lyter, who is also spending a season with friends in Harrisburg. Mrs. Annie Crownover has returned to the home from a most delightful visit with her host of friends In her former home town, Altoona. Among the noticeable improvements made this spring at the Methodist Home for the Aged is a very picturesque rockery, which was built by Frank Gunnett, a guest at the home. The rockery Is located on the South Lincoln avenue property grounds and already many very pretty blossoms are peeking through between the attractively arranged stones. Mr. Gunnett takes an active Interest in the rose garden, the vegetable garden, and the grounds surrounding this pretty home in general. He has had years of experience in landscape gardening, liaving served in tha.t capacity at Villa Nova and -Fairmont park in Philadelphia for many seasons. The beauty of the grounds Is a splendid testimonial of the interest and ability of this aged gentleman, who is making his twilight time of life so useful. ELDORADO The two hundredth monthly meeting of the Donnelly Bible class of the Fifty-eighth street Methodist church in the form of a covered dish luncheon which was to have" been held Tuesday night will be held Monday, June 2, at 8 o'clock. The husbands are also invited. Each member Is to bring a covered dish and sandwiches for self and guest. Services for Sunday at the Fifty- eighth street Methodist church—Sunday school at 9.45, I. L. McCauley, superintendent. Preaching at 11 and at 7.45 by the pastor, Rev. E. C. Myers. In the evening the EldortLdo P. O. S. of A. and P. O. of A. will attend in a body holding their annual Memorial service. 1 Epworth and Intermediate league at 7, The young people of the community are invited to attend these meetings as subjects of interest to them are being discussed. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coltabaugh and daughter Helen of 5507 Grandview avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stlffler of 550 Fifty-fifth street spe'nt Memorial day at Cypher Beach. Mrs. Leroy Davis of 5809 Ohio avenue spent Memorial day In Bellefonte at the home of her grandmother Mrs. Lucy Cox. Mr. and Mrs. William Fath of 5900 California avenue had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. John Musthaler of New Kensington and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Dodds and children Mae Deane and Junior of Mones.sen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kane of Pittsburgh and Dr. R. H. Meek of Avis were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Musser of 812 Fifty-eighth street. Services at St. Rose of Lima church —Masses at 7.30 and 10.30 by the pastor Rev. John J. McAllister. railing off tlit- Bellelontu High school will t<e held «nd knocking one ol the pillars i Sunday evening at 7.30 o'clock at the The Ulivtr \\<ia rtlcattU. i-'iesbyU-riaii church. The hei uiun will Sunday »/Uunooii. * voup«j O|>crttted be deliu-icd by Rev. Clarence K i l.y Uu»" D Hook of Lvwi«tuwu and j Arnold. a uwturvycl* Pi>ci»i»4 by. Douald. GEESEYTOWN The regular prayer meeting services ill be conducted in the Lutheran j uicli on Wednesday evening at 7.45 o'clock and the catechetical class I PHILIPSBURG The following young people were handed diplomas Wednesday evening from Cooper township High school at Drifting, near Kylertown, at exercises held in the High school auditorium, beginning at 8 o'clock; Charles Wesley, Max Wickman, Leah Stafford, Albert Stack, Mildred Skogsberg, Ruth Sherman, Walter Storck, Beatrice Sommerville, Cecil Steinback, Marion Rothrock, Andy Prunella, Beulah Peters, Olive Pelton, Anna Neltrt- blade, Richard Merrill, Ray Maurer, Elmer Merrill, Earl Lulz, Martha. Lilke, Waller Kaufman, Elvada Kyler, Juliet Johnson, Bkla, Elsie, Lewis and Viola Jacubsun, Naomi Hummel, Katharine Hoover, Elizabeth Hudak, Oliver Hoover, Victor Grimberg, Mildred Folmar, Evelyn Edlund, Viola Evans, Clarence Eld, Velma Dillen, Anna Couteret, Blake Brown, William Brodlsh, Rachel Araway and F,n- na Anderson. Splendid class night exercises for Cooper High were held Tuesday evening at the High school. This school has gained much prominence in the past year through Professor H. H. Henius and his Snowbirds, young when who are gifled as talented singers. CLAYSBURG of v....w *-. i the Lutheran' meets m tlie church on Saturday afternoon a,t 2.30. Claysburg charge of the Methodist church. Rev. L. B. Barton, pastor. Claysburg — Church school at 9.30. Preaching at 10 30. Sproul — Church school at 9.30. Preaching at 8. McKee — Church school at 9.30. Preaching at 6.30. Daily vacation Bible school opens Monday, Jun£ 2 at !( o'clock. Subject, of Sunday sermon, "The Preparation for Pentc- cosl." .Reformed, Hev. Oliver H. Seiisenifc', pastor— Church service at 9.30. Sunday school at 10.30. Greenfield Reformed— Sunday school at 8.45. Chuccb. service at 10.45, David DIcUson and son Charlea spent Memorial day~wlth Mr. Dlckson's aged mother at her home-in Sinking valley.' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fravel and daughters Thelma and Hazel, and Mrs. Murphy, 4il of Flemington, motored to Tyrone on Friday and spent the 4ay with Mrs. Travel's sister, MM. J. W. BBchbach and her^family at their home oft Washington avenue. Mr. and s Mrs. Earl Harshbarger have returned from a pleasant holiday Visit with friends in Philadelphia. , The Nealmont Parent-Teacher association held their May meeting last Tuesday evening, deviating somewhat from their method of assembly. The meeting was Held In their sohool build- Ing, according to usual' custom, but it was around a festive board on this occasion, a covered dish supper featured the meeting, the menu consisting of innumerable tasty dishes furnished in such generous quantities. After -the satisfying of the very evident appetites of the members, a short business session was held. This meeting was presided over by the president, Ray Hall. Several very important business projects were discussed by the group, one of which was the placing of a new walk - leading to and around the school building. The association has planned to arrange for the laying of this proposed improvement to their school property, the material for the same having been donated, and the men of the association have volunteered to do the work. Another phase of the business meet- Ing was the arranging for a festival to be held by the association on the school grounds for the purpose of re- pienishlner the association treasury. This festival will be held Thursday, June 12, and everything usually included in one of these outdoor events will be arranged by an efficient committee. The officers of ithis very progressive rural Parent-Teacher association include: President, Ray Hall; vice president, D. G. Miller; secretary, Miss Ethel Jane Kyle; treasurer, Mrs. James Miller. The Naomi-Ruth Bible class of the First Methodist church school held,a most interesting business and social meeting in the comfortable church parlors. The business meeting was presided over by the class president, Miss May Haupt. Immediately following the devotional period, the annual election of officers for the ensuing year was held, with the following members being honored by election to the official positions: President, Miss May Haupt. reelected; vice president, Mrs. Walter Rupert; secretary, Mrs. O. M. Sprankle; assistant secretary! Mrs. Robert Kennedy; treasurer, Mrs John Colt. The following committees were also appointed during the business session: Rainy day bags, Mrs. Harry Hou'ck, Mrs. Jack Schell, flower committee, Mrs. Robert Parker, Mrs. Fred Beyer; social chairman, Mrs. Chester Wertz; membership committee, Miss May , Haupt: Mrs. ilbert Rooney, was elected pianist of the organization. This is one of the most aggressive organized Bible classes of the school and many very marked activities of the class have added materially to the success and progress of their church and school. Mrs. Maud Kennedy is the teacher of this class of young married and single women. The Loyal Temperance Legion of the Logan school held their first meet- ng of the year in the Lutheran church. They had as their guests their mothers and the members of the W. C. T. U. The following program was given af- .er the young people had marched in to the music of "Home, Sweet Home": Devotions, Kathryn Ingram; reading. Holding High^the Torch," by President Pauline Sheeder; recitation, "Builders," Fred Weatbrook; welcome song by Legion; poem, "Sunset," Anna Peters; recitation, "The Flag Goes By,"- James Warnock, Jr.; a resume of the year's work by the secretary, Jane Boyer; poem, "My Mother," Mary Mae Winslow; temperance song by the .Legion; recitation, "The Family," Albert "Fulton; a temperance story, Marian Wilson; "For Mother," Pauline Miller; legion yell, "Law Enforcement"; poem. "Just Your Mother," 'Ruth Gingher; recitation, "Lucky Strike," Marlon Gates; poem, Louise Candy; a piano solo, "Near My God to Thee," Sara Wertz; reading by four boys, "Keeping Your Home Town Dry," Charles Getz, Fred Westbrook, Howard Little and Blair Lykens. First Methodist Episcopal, Rev. H. Willis Hartsock, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Epworth League at 6.30. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Themes, morning, "The Ascension and Its Message For Use." Evening, "The Spirits Challenge to Work." The music for the' services will be furnished by Miss Virginia Hesser, organist; Mrs. F. Lawrence Miller, soprano; Mrs. Emanuel Rogers, contralto; Professor Ralph Wolfgang, baritone, and Ermine Bailey, .tenor. Columbia Avenue Methodist, Rev. Samuel W. Strain, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Morning worship and sermon at 10.15. Sermon theme, "The Witness of the Spirit." Epworth League at 6.30 Evening worship and sermon at 7.30; theme, "The Discovery of God." Bethel A. M. E., Rev. L. C. Taylor, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Morning and evening worship at 10.45 and at 7.30. Salvation Army, Captain and Mrs. Huson, in charge—Holiness service at 11. Bible class and school at 2.30. Young People's service at 6.30. Public salvation meeting at 8. First United Brethren, Rev. John R. Watson, pastor—Sunday school at 8.45. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Christian Endeavors at 6.30. First Presbyterian, Rev. Joseph A. Speer, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.15. Christian Endeavors at 6,30. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Music program for the worship uervlceu: Morning, prelude, "Chanson Triste," Tschaikowsky; offertory, "Serenade," Moszkowsky; postlude, "March Slav," Tuchaikowsky. Evening organ recital at 7.15; songs of tlie southland; offertory, "A Southern Jdyl," Strickland; postlude, "The Banner Waves," Williams. Grace Baptist. Rev. John Harris, supply pastor—Sunday school at B.45. Preaching services at 11 and at 7.30. Church of the Brethren, Rev. John It. Snyder, pastor—Sunday school at 0.45. B. Y. P. D. at 6.30. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30 Morning subject, -"Approaching Pentecost—The Ascension." Evening subject, "The Two Edged Sword." Free Methodist. Rev. A. C. Thompson, pastor—Sunday school (it 9.45. Preaching at 10.45 and at 7.30. St. Mathew's Catholic, Rev. J. K Looney, pastor; Rev. John Hackett, assistant pastor—Masses at 8 and 10. Rosary, litany and benediction at 7.30. Trinity Episcopal, Rev. Clifford L. Stanley, rector—Sunday school at 10. Morning prayer and sermon at 11. Evening prayer and sermon at 7.30. First English Lutheran, Rev. Edward M. Morgan, D. D., paslor—.Sun- day, school at 9.45. Luther League at B.30. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Christian and Missionary Alliance, Blair avenue und Eleventh street— Sunday services at 3 and 7.30. Morning services will again be held at the ~ echop.Jhouse at 10.30. BELLWOOD Tlptoft Methodist, ftev.Jf, F.. son; D. D., pastor—Strmbn by the pastor a.Mq.46. £ulpit,iHeffl*, '''tfhe Holy Splrl^ and Fente'eosfc" .Sunday school at 9.30, Dean R. Gwltt, superintendent. Presbyterian, Rev". Raymoml 8. HUtingef, pastbr—Preaching at 10.46 by the pastor* .Morning subject, '"The Ascension." Sunday 'school at 6.30, Ralph F, Taylor, superintendent. Evening worship omitted. . the •'congregation is invited to attend Antis township baccalaureate service 'in . Methodist church. St. Joseph's Catholic, Rev. M. J. Brett, pastor—Mass at 8.30. Sunday school at 2.30. Benediction at 3.3d. Evangelical, Rev. B,. F. Heiser, pastor—Morning worship at 10.30. Sermon theme, "Pentecost, The Birthday of the Church." No service in the evening. Sunday school'at 9.30.' GLASGOW Judge Ivan J, McKendrlck of Ebensburg and Mrs. Walter E. Lotz, vice president of the American Legion auxiliary, of Tyrone, were the principal speakers at the annual memorial service held Sunday evening at the Reade Township High school by the American Legion and the American Legion auxiliary, Invocation was given by Rev. William Dysart of Bellwood. The speakers were presented by E. L. Kuhn of Mountaindale, and Rev. E. D. Rowe pronounced the benediction. Music for the occasion was furnished by the Mountaindale. Community band. A lovely dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James McCreadie of Madera, in honor of their daughter .Hannah, who graduated from Madera High school, a member of'a class of twenty-eight pupils. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. _ Martin Rickard and granddaughter Betty, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Noel and son Gilbert, Misses Mae, Anna, Lillian and Ruth Noel ,and Ivan Noel of Fallen Timber, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. George Downs of Cornwall and Mr. and Mrs. Hudson of Clearfleld. Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening at the Madera Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. David Rickard* of Fallen Timber motored 'to Bloomfleld Monday, where they spent the day decorating graves and visiting friends and relatives. H. B. Noel has returned to his home after a trip to Philadelphia and Cam- deh, N., J. Mr. Noel spent several days in that section. Mr. and Mrs. Yockmo Dedea and little daughter of Altoona visited relatives and friends on Sunday, May 25. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Rickard and family of Pittsburgh visited at the home of his parents James and Rebecca Rickard of Madera.. They also paid a very pleasant visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rickard and family of Fallen Timber, during the JUNIATA week-end. Miss Lillian McCreadie is visiting friends and relatives at Fallen Timber. Mrs. Victor Van Scoyoc has returned to her home at Fallen Timber after spending a week at the home of her parents Mr. and Perrlne of Altoona. Mrs. Thomas ROARING SPRING Miss Ethel Clapsaddle, High school teacher, is spending some time visiting her parents in Gettysburg. The union daily vacation Bible school will open on Monday morning, June 2, at 9 o'clock. The term of the school will be two weeks in the place of three weeks as last year. Rev. C. B. Naugle was elected superintendent. The beginners will meet in St. Luke's Lutheran church. The teachers are Miss Helen Martin and Miss Louis Moore. The primaries will meet in Trinity Methodist church. The teachers are Miss Ruth Llebegott, Miss Edna Sell and Miss Anna Curfman. The juniors will meet in St. Luke's Lutheran church. The teachers are Mrs.. Rhines, Mrs. L. Oder Burket and Rev. C. E. Naugle. The intermediates will meet in the Church of the Brethren. The teachers aro Miss Hattie -Barnett, Miss Esther Garber and Miss Stern. The seniors, those who are 15 years of ago and over, will meet in Christ Reformed church. They will study tho standard course and it is believed they can secure two credits. Rev. George S. Womer, D. D., will teach these courses. There is no charge for registration. The books will be provided and credits will be given the same us in former years. Trinity Methodist, Rev. George S. Womer, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9,15; J. S. Williams, superintendent. Morning worship at 10.30. Subject, "Wo Test Our Lives by Thine." Intermediate league at 6.30; Otho Rcff- ner, leader. Senior Epworth league at 6.30. Subject, "Measuring tho Worth of Friendship." Leader, Gerald Butler. Evening worship at 7.30. Subject, "The Everlasting Mercy," as sung by John Masemorc, new poet laureate. England's Camp (152 Patriotic Orddr of Americans will hold their 'annual Memorial services Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Odd Fellows hall. The program will include an address by Rev* M. S. Bitner, pastor of ,th« Otterbeih United Brethren church, special musical selections and memorial wterclsea by the Memorial staff of the order. The mem; bers are urged to be present and frietids are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. W 1 . D. Benney, 614 Fifth avenue have returned from a visit with friends in McVeytown. Mrs. Ida Friedl'ey of 621 Ninth avenue i* spending a week or ten days with friends in Huntingdon, Philadelphia and other points in the east. Mr.- and Mrs. J. B. Beschler, 905 Fourth avenue spent Memorial ,day with relatives in McVeytown. Mrs. C. M. Faslck and daughter Margery of 313 Ninth avenue are visiting with their daughter and sister, .Mrs. Hugh Henry of Dayton, O. Junlata Park Church of the Brethren, Rev. Earl C. BOwser, pastor- Preaching at 10.45 a. m. and at 7.30 p. m. by the pastor. Morning subject, "Why Look for Christ's Return?" Evening subject, VThe Sign to the Hungry." Sunday school at 9.30, J. D. Brumbaugh, superintendent. Monday evening, Bible study on the 12th chapter of Revelation. Wednesday evening, prayer meeting at the church. Friday evening, Christian Fellowship meeting. Bible reading for this week includes the book of Hosea. Serv- ces at Riggles Gap—Sunday school at 2.18 followed by preaching at 3.15. You are invited to these services. Junlata Presbyterian—Preaching by Hartry Fulton Cost of Llgonler, Pa., at 10.45 a. m. and at 7.30 p. m. Sunday school at 9.30 a. m., George W. Chase, superintendent. Mid-week prayer service .on Wednesday evening at 7.30 p. m. in charge of the session. St. Peter's Episcopal, Rev. Albion H. Ross, pastor—Church school at 3 p. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 7.30 p. m. The communion service ia postponed to 'July 8. •St. John's Lutheran, Rev. H. W. Bender, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30 a. m. John H. Porter, superintendent. Morningi worship at 10.30 a. m. Sermon by the pastor: Theme,-"Precious Stone for Foundations." Catechetical Instruction at 2 p. m. Christian Endeavor service at 6.45 p. m. Topic, "How Avoid a Summer Slump in Our Society Work?" Evening worship at 7.30 p. m. Sermon by the pastor. Theme, "The Wonders of Prophecy." Prayer meeting Wednesday .evening at 7.30 p. m. Leader, Elizabeth Bossert. St. Paul's ftefOrmetl, Orubb, pi a. m., N. _. Missionary day will be Sunday school. " — 10.46 o'clock. '.. his second sermon on thft Race of Life." Young? Pi tlau Endeavor at 6.80.6'; V. D. -Grubb will be the l*«MKi topic, "How Avlod. a SuftifflttF fflj In Our Society?" willL be , J """ J Evening service at 7.30 o'ti. pastor will continue tyith IBS sermon lectures on ftevelatlBI Otterbeln United BretM««, —^ -, Blttner, pastor—Preaching « W.w A* m. and at 7.30 p. m. by th«i •»-**-• Morning subject, "FerttecbSt." nlng subject, "ChrUt Irt -,--.-Psalm." Sunday school at 9.80« JUfttof Christian Endeavor at 2 p. Wi intermediate Christian Endeavw at 8.45. Evangelistic service, Wednen^fcy at 7 30 * 'First Methodist, Rev. W. Vftj Banks, Preaching: at 10.45 a. m. And it 7.80 p. m. by the pastor. Sunday'"'"" -• 9,30, I. A. Corby, aupefi Bpworth league' at 6.30, Alfred .. president. Intermediate league at 8.80, Miss Gorman, president. YotUfg Fed* pie's circle at 6.30, Miss Shellenberger, president. Special muslo at all *efV« ices. Mid-week prayer meeting at 7.30. Sunday, June 1, is cash day/itt tha Sunday school. All are welcome. Trinity lutheran, Paul It. ttmilk, pastor—Preaching at 11 a. MI alid at 7.80 p. m. by the pastor. Morning subject, "Christ and His PromWe of Power." Evening subject, "If." v Sun. school at 9.30, J. E. Gable, superintendent. Dally Vacation Bible school, June 9 to 20. Grace Evangelical, Rev. A. Morgan Jenkins, pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 10.30 a. hi. and atW<30 p,..irt. A memorial service for those mem. bers of the church who have died during the year and also for our country'* heroes will be held at 10.30 a, m. Th» pastor will deliver an appropriate sermon on the theme, "Cherished, Memories." Evening subject, " p Th« Meaning of Church Membership." Sunday school at 9.30 a. m. Junior-B. L. C. E. at 2 p. m. Senior E. L. C. US. at 6.45 p. m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30 O'clock. ' , JUNIATA THEATRE "~ Last Times, Today " .' "SEVEN KKVS TO BALDPATE" Featuring Richard Dlx . " Vitaphone Comedy Act News. Mickey Mouse'' >• Sound Cartoon WILLIAMSBURG Henry Price, a retired employe of the West Virginia Pulp ft Paper company, quietly celebrated his 76th birthday anniversary recently at his home. Mr. Price was born at Waterside, May 17, 1854. Ho was employed by the West Virginia Pulp & Paper company at different mills for more than lifty years. He has the best wishes of hia many former associates and buddies. Methodist, Rev. J. W. Glover, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30. Morning worship at, 10.30. Epworth league at 6,30. Baccalaureate service in the Presbyterian church at 7.30. The dally vacation Bible school will begin on Monday at 9 and continue for two weeks. Presbyterian, Rev. Samuel R. MacPhee, pastor—Preaching At 10.30 by the pastor. Subject, -"Is the World Ofet» ting Better?—An Honest Answer," Baccalaureate sermon for High school graduating class at 7.30. Sunday school at 9.30; Andrew Galley, superintendent. Young People's Society Christian Endeavor at 8.45. Vacation church school begins Monday morning at 9 o'clock; continues five days a week for two weeks. Competent staff, delightful studies and programs. All children are cordially invited. Willlamsburg Lutheran pastorate, Rev. V. D. Naugle, pastor: Zlon's—Sunday school at 9.30; W. L. Gosnell, superintendent; F^ul C. Rearick, advisory, superintendent of the young people's department; Ralph Allison, acting president. Luther league at 6.30. No preaching service. Baccalaureate sermon In the Presbyterian church. Yellow Springs—Sunday school at 1.30; C. R, Saylor, superintendent. Home-coming service at 2.30. Rev. S. J. Taylor, pastor of the Williamsburg pastorate forty years ago, will be the speaker. Music will be furnished by the Altoona musicians. Clover Creek—Sunday school at D.30; Roy Erb, superintendent. Mornnig worship at 10.30. Clappertown—Sunday school at 9.30; Ross Stottler, superintendent. St. Joseph's Catholic, Rev. John A. M. Sostarlc, pastor—Mass at 8.30 and high mass at 10. Sunday school after high mass for all the children. Trinity Reformed, Rev. Frederick D. Eyster, pastor—Sunday school at 9.SO. Junior Christian Endeavor at 6.43. The baccalaureate sermon will be preached In the Presbyterian church on Sunday evening at 7.30 by Rev. Frederick D. Eyster, pustor of the Reformed church. Church of the Brethren, Rev. Lev! K. Ziegler, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30; D. R. Sollenberger, superintendent. Worship and sermon by the pastor at 10.30. There will be no evening services in this church. The annual conference offering will be re celved In the 10.30 service. Miss Mary Gates, dental hygieneist In the borough public schools, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Naaon hospital on Monday. The young lady is getting along splendidly. She is a daughter of Samuel B. Gates of Franklin street. Mrs. Walter A. Hitc, who has been seriously ill at the Nason hospital and later at the home of her father Dr. W. A. Nason, is much improved and was able to return to her home on Walnut street this week. Russel Hoover of Pittsburgh IN spending some time hi*-e as" the guest of his cousin Melvin Hoover. Rev. A. C. Byler, pastor of the Bare Memorial Church of God und dean of the individual Bible arhuol being conducted by that church and its officers, reports the school opening last Monday with a total enrollment of 125. All departments, are represented in the big enrollment. Misa Esther Shinier, widely known Roaring Spring woman and for many years an enthusiastic Sabbath school leader in the Chvirch of God, was signally honored by tho members of the Sunday school class taught by her at a recent meeting- In thu church when members of Die claws presented the church with a handsome electric flock as a token of tho esteem in which they hold their teacher and in her honor. The presentation was made by Clarence Hair on behalf of the class, the meeting being attended by the majority of the congregation of the church. Miss Shiftier, also a former public school instructor, has a Mr - alld Mrs > Vance Bell of Holll- long and enviable record us a Sun- i daysburj; Were recent guests of the day school worker. Illness during the <0 "'ier's brother-in-law and sister past few months has prevented Miss ait '- and Ml '.s. K. K. Black uf Broad Shiftier from attending church serv- j u-venuu extension. ices and she has been greatly missed. | Mr - uni1 Mrs - George MIckle of Broad avenue extension spent Sunday visiting friends in Kinf, Bedford county. Robert 1. MU-klu of Carson vulley, Hubert K. Mirltlc of Lukcmont, Misses WESTWOOD PARK The Logan school basket picnic will be held at Ivyalcle park Monday, June 2. All pupils and their parents are urged to come, bring a basket and help make this affair a huge success. The party will leave the schoolhouso at 11 a. in. and proceed to the picnic grounds. Those not being able to meet at the school may go directly to Hie park and will bo met there by the committee who promises a moat en- joyablo outing. Dinner will be at 12.30. Hot coffee and Ice cream will bo served by tlie committee in charge. In the afternoon there will be games, races, peanut scrambles, novellles and other Ireals for the children. For further information get in touch with any member of the coinmiltee in charge, us follows: Mrs. Charlotle Adams, Mrs. William Yosl and Mrs. J. N. Moore. CANAN STATION BOA KING SJ'UINO THtATHE "NAVV Bl.l'ES" • With Bill Heine* and Anita Pa b ,-. Bill Huinca at> a £ub bruakti up u Lailles' Aid Social, ateulb Anlttt Pugi! from her happy home, and then ,iui!o la CVntml America, only to Hud that sweethearts In every port are ruzz-berrlett. Charkb Chase In "Real McCoy." News. ai'Kure. ;jnd Elizabeth Ballli were rcccnl visitors with friends in Cresson. Mrs, Kd. Lockurd of Sugar Hun road is auHeriug from un attack of aeuriUs in tho right arai. BLUEKNOB J.' C. Diehl and Mrs. Julia Ritchey of this place, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Diehl of Claysburg, spent Sunday afternoon In Imler visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jones Imlcr. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rltchey of Frederldksburg, Mrs. Nannie Lloyd and Mrs. Emma Rltchey of Roaring Spring and James Rltchey of Altoona were Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rltchey. Mr*. Emma Rltchey will spend some tim» visiting relatives at this place. • ' Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Over were Mr. and Mrs. Blair . Stambaugh and children, and Mr. Charles Over of Beaverdale, Mr. Louis Over and lady friend' i Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge O'v of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rltchey pi Cassandra spent Saturday evening at the home of Mr. J. C. Diehl. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stokes and daughters Pauline, Jean and Beverly of Altoona visited'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Burger on Sunday. Sunday visitors at the home of .'Mr. -~and Mrs. Milton Ritchey were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Diehl and children Neva and Leo, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy MoF-eet* ers and daughter Mary Kathryn and Mr. Clalr Stambaugh of Johnstown. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Diehl and Mr. and Mrs. Alma Diehl spent Sunday in Beaverdale at the home of Mr/ and Mrs. Earl Diehl. Mr. and Mrs. James Cavender of \ Cumberland spent several .days at the home of Mr. Elmer Diehl. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mobley and daughters and Miss Vere Bowser of Altoona and Edwin Bowser of Johnstown .spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. George. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Milton Ritchey and daughter Thelma ; and Mrs. Emma Rltchey visited in Puritan at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rltchey. s Mr. and 'Mrs. Daniel Burger and daughter of Johnstown visited at the home of the former's parents Mr.- and Mrs. Calvin Burger on Sunday. . Accompanied by the mother, they mo- ' tored to the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Hllcman, near Willlamsburtf. . Sunday visitors at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. William Mosel were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Snowherger and children William and Kathryn of. Loop, Mr. Benjamin Earnest of Hollidaysburg, Mr. and Mrs. Georgp Robison and daughter Mary Pauline, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Helsel and children Ronald and Jon tin of Altoona, ,, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Diehl and son AiiHon, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Diehl V» and daughter E,rla, Richard Diehl.aril A Clarence Over and J. C. Diehl attend-'*" ed commencement exercises In th« High school in Claysburg Thursday evening, May 22. The former's son Merlo was one of the graduates. Two other sons, Edmund and Wilmer, expect to be In next year's class, also Miss Vera Bowser, all former pupils of the Berkhimer school. Mrs. Viola Sit man of Bflllwood il \ spending some time visiting at th» home of Mr. and Mrs. n. B. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ritchey and daughter Bessie Mae of Portage are visiting at the home of the former 1 * parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ritchey, FRANKSTOWN Frankfitown and Canoe Creek Methodist charge, Rev. J. Arthur Oarver, pastor: Frunkslown—Church school at 8.30, Preaching at 10.30. Special serylcea all week beginning .Monday evening. June 2, at 7.SO. You are cordially invited to these services. Canoe Creek—Church school at 9.30, Preaching at 7.30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7.80.

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