Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 31, 1930 · Page 15
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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i^wiit «tt' San* "*8i ttofcrlng spring 0 , Alfon Garber, Mi ^'arid son fin [ ttn Sunday at the horn. i. &S6*B6 Wflt and Othei Vicinity, isl Wblf of HollidaysburL at the home of her uncle r; and Mrs. Howard Kuns 'Jtebfcnn and family of Clear* " Weekend guests of Knob lire, Hugh Brandt and l«y Aitotma r Mrs. Rhoda Yeck- Miss Kathryn Yeck- Mary Yingling of Dun- C!ah*»nili Visited Mrs. Angellne Mc- fWtffifS Sunday, who- is seriously ftk-Mf'nome in Marionsvllle. "** Shaw Of Newry was a in town. . Mr**, Wilbur Hooper of Allaqulppa, Mr\ rand Mrs, Edgar Hawn and sons R6y a«df Alfred Glen of Petersburg , . entertained on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WaM Wilt, kf. and Mra. Samuel Marble, Mr. antt j Mrs, Charles Stoltz and son of Duneansvilie spent Sunday at the home of Menry M. Leighty. Born, to Sir. and Mrs. Clair Ritchey, a son Mbhday, May 19, at the Nason hospital, -Roaring Spring. The new member H the first child in the Ritchey home and will answer to the call of Brucd Edgar. The mother before her. marriage'was Miss Llnnie Stinger, the father la an automobile mechanic employed at- Duneansvilie. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Ritchey and sons Tom and Fred, Mrs. Archie McIntosh and Mrs. Leo. Lanzendorfer of MarlonsVllle spent Thursday evening •With Bast Freedom friends and rela- ' lives'. Mrs. H. H, Echard was a Mountain City visitors on Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Ira Shaw of Hollidays- iirg \were guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mra. Charles Martz. Miss'Martha,Burket of Duneansvilie was a week-end guest in Marionsvllle at the residence of her uncle S. F. Burket and aunt Miss Frances Burket, _ . Mrs. Chester Feathers has returned to her home In Hollldaysburg after a week's visit at her parental home. - James Ritchey of this place and Michael Delhi of Knob Run -' were county capital .visitors on Friday. Miss 'Dorothy Chamberlain of Mar- tlnaburg, -R. D., is spending some time with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J; C. Hite. Carl Wilt enjoyed > a motor trip to Alexandria'Saturday evening where he was the guest of friends. George Kraft and Jacob Schantz of Altoona were visitors In Marionsvllle on Saturday. " Mrs. Silas Wilt of Hollidaysburg visited friends in ' the village during the week. Mrs. Rebecca McGraw of Altoona spent; the past several weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Coatlow Misi Frieda Wilt of this place and Guy i Dively of Leamersvllle were guests on Sunday at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stengle of Mar- tlnsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Corl, Mr. and Mra. D.-B. Delhi of Blue Knob were recent visitors at the residence of Leyi Delhi /ot Marlonsville. •Mrs. Delia Burket and son Bernard \ arid, James -Dougherty of Knob Run and Herman Yingling of town were recent visitors with relatives In Altoona. •Mrs. Howard Hlmes and son 'Glair Himes of New Portage Junction are spending some time with relatives at this place and Knob Run. Mrs. Emanuel Wilt and sons Carl and .Michael were guests Sunday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs Clifford Wilt of Hollldaysburg. Fred Egpr and family, who reside along the county highway some distance west of Newry, had the Misfortune to lose a valuable horse during the past week whose death was caused by, rolling down a very steep embankment, S; EVBurket and slater Miss Frances Burket,. Miss Mabel Dougherty, Lester and Dayld Yingling, Mrs. Leo Lanzendorfer and Mrs. Fred Lanzendorfer of Marlonsville were Newry visitors on Monday. Frank Tremel, Mrs. Kathryn Metzgar, Philip and Joseph Metzgar and Miss Wlllette Eckenrode 'of Altoona were guests of relatives In the village on Sunday, Mrs. Matthew Hlmes and daughter Phyllis of town were Mountain CKy vlcltors last Saturday. Mrs. Martha Dougherty of Knob Run is numbered among the sick. There will be Sunday school at the chapel, in Marlonsvllle Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Christian Endeavor at 7,80 in the evening. BLANDBURG Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Scott and familj spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Fitch of Hagertys Cross Roads. Mr. and ..Mrs. Clair Troxell and son Junior motored to Lock Haven Saturday. Mrs,. Augustine Kettrew and daughter Mary Grace are visiting at the , home of Mrs, Margaret Kettrew, Mrs. h..Terry Ketrew and son Ladd of Larimer are also visitors at the Kettrew home. Rev. W. W. Slblo and E. R. Scott of this place, A, S, Jackson, Ord Reffner and Orrle Lovell of Glasgow attended the initiation of eleven new members ofthe Odd Fellows of Glen Hope last Thursday evening. Miss Anna Franks of Tyrone spent a few days last week visiting her sister Mrs. tevl Reese. Mrs, Watson Wallace spent Thursday In Altoona. Nelson Thomas of Willlamsport visited with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Thonias on Sunday. Born, to Mr, and Mrs. Peter Gresh, a baby girl. Mother and baby are getting along fine, Mr. and Mrs. George Saxe have returned home after being away for some time, Mrs. Hubert Schell of Akron, O., was a visitor with friends here Friday- Mr, and Mrs. Francis Reese and two children of Detroit are visiting at the home Of Mr, and Mrs. Abe Heese. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buda and sons Frank. Steve and Joe, and Daniel Coulter t\&ve returned home after enjoying a week's visit in Allentown. While theie t)iey attended the commencement exercises of the graduates of the Sacred Heart hospital, of which their daughter Anna graduated with highest honors. Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Davis and daughter Lavon were Altoona shoppers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jackson and Miss Marie Jackson spent Saturday in 4lto,ona. The Adult Bible class of the Methodist church will hold Us monthly meeting Thursday evening, June 12, instead bf June 0, on account of the Reade High commencement exercises. Mrg, Mike Klvolasky and daughter Mary and son Bobby were in Altoona Monday. James ijulcc-o, : 0 :.; 13 jcau, died f Mr. and Mrs. Charles It. rfefe victors In Newjort the latter part >>f the week, Mrs. SHeYntBtl Cornelius^!* visiting •r brother Charles Gfolsley and fun- v at Saltillo. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mlnnlck are re- *lclng over the arrival of a baby son, • tonday, "May 28. T"he 'new arrival makes the (Kmlly number five boys, Mother and oaby are fine. Mr. and Mrs. Steward Kyper, Mrs. Mary Kyper and Mitt Gaynelle" oif- x ford and her mother • Mrs. , Mary Glfford motored to Clearfleld at th end of the week to visit Mr. and Mri Charles Kyper and family, Mrs. Gil ford remained for a longer vlalt wit her brother and his family and man friends .are trusting that the chang may be beneficial to her after her re cent illness. v Rev. and Mrs. Edward Goldner o Blnghamton, N.* Y., are visiting th latter's parenta Mr. and Mra. Luthe Snyder in their Division atreet home Mr. and Mra. David Cornelius o Vandevender atreet are entertainin their niece Miss Clara Painter o Three Sprlnga for a week or ten days Miss Daisy Gochenour of Thre Springs Is a Mount Union visitor, be ing entertained in the respectiv homes of her slaters Mrs. William Hammand, Mrs. Gilbert Wilson ani Mrs. Harvey Cornelius. Mrs! Lester Gates and three chil dren of Division street have returnee to their home here after a visit of days with Mrs. Gates' parents Mr and Mrs. Ira Shearer at McVeytown Mrs. Clarence Hicks and two chll dren,of Allenport spent the week-em with her son Harvey Hicks and fam ily. In their home In Mount Union. Rev. and* Mrs. F. C. Fowler .enier talned the latter's father Rev. Buche and her brother Rev.' Hale Bucher o Harrisburg, Monday evening at thel home, the Presbyterian manse. Mrs. Harold V. Shope has been con fined to, her home on West Marke street the past few days on accoun of illness. Mrs. , Amanda Temple of Newton Hamilton, who is the mother of Mrs Arthur Welier, has been quite ill a her home. Mra. Welier has been spending much time at the bedside o: her mother. ' Mr. and Mrs. William I3nn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linn and family, all o Shlppenaburg, spent the week-end with their son and brother Earl Linn and family' of Mllford street and Dewey Linn and family of East Van devender street. Miss Erma Rosensteel and her sister-in-law Mrs. Jack Rosensteel entertained at the former's home, Mon day evening-when their guests Includ ed members of their social club am a few privileged guests. The evening was pleasantly spent and later a shower of beautiful .gifts was given itltle Miss Barbara Rosensteel, the in fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosensteel. The little girl was at the party but was not very polite for. she was asleep when her mother brough her and was still asleep when the guests departed. Delicious refresh ments were served later to Misses Margaret Rarer, Marguerite Vaughn Winifred Benton, Otto Morrell, Mrs Fred Appleby, Mrs. F. S. Russler Misses Fae Longacre and Fae, Petqr- 3011, Annabel Longacre and Dolly Hlmes as well as Mrs. Frank Galbralth and Mrs. Harry Rosensteel. The Presbyterian manse was the scene of a very pleasant social affair Monday evening which came as a surprise to the new minister and his wife Rev. and Mrs. Frederick C. Fowler who have lately come to thia. paa- torate from Marietta. Rev. Fowler had called a meeting of his trusteea and after their meeting was finished the wives of the men in this office just came and made a party out of the occasion. They Brought with their delicious refreshments which included strawberry shortcake, whipped cream nuts and coffee. It is needless to say the new minister and his wife were very cordial and the occasion was pleasant. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Chilcoat, Mr. Allen S. Welch, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. -F. Hadley, Mr. and Mrs. Porter J. Brlggs, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Rumberger, Mr. and Mrs. David C. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. D. C, Corson, Mr, and Mrs. Wayne V. Fuller and Mr. and Mr«. F. H. Dutlinger. Rev. and Mra. Frederick C. Fowler and baby Mary of Marietta, moved last week Into the Presbyterian manse on Market street and on Sunday Rev, Fowler filled the pulpit in the church where he has recently been called \as its pastor. In the morning Rev, Fowler preached a line sermon on the text "1\ determine not to knqjv anything among you save Jesus Christ and Him crucified." In the evening he preached another sermon equally as good on the subject, "A Friend of Mine." Special music at both services made the day In the chuvch most profitable and enjoyable. , \ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bard and children have recently moved to Mount Union from Sproul where they lived for several years. They are living now on Van Devender street. Rev. Good of Johnstown, who Is missionary superintendent of the Allegheny synod, preached both morning and evening on Sunday in the Lutheran church in the absence of the pastor, Rev. James W. Shannon, D. D., who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowserman and daughters Betsy and Patsy, of Lowlstown, visited Mrs. Bowserman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mof- flt here Sunday. ' >**> *$I&&^yifi¥ it: fwnefal of P lin&y GREENWOOD United Brethren, Rev. H. B. Seese, pastor—Worship at 10.45 and at 7.30. The messages will be brought by Evangelist Ira P. Dean. The .evangelistic services will close on Sunday evening. Sunday school at 9.30. Christian Endeavor at 6.30. Business meet- Ing of ti^e men's class on Tuesday evening at 7.30. Refreshments after the business transactions. General prayer meeting and a special service for the new converts on Wednesday evening at 7.30. Quarterly conference will be held at 7.30 with the conference superintendent presiding. This is the last for the year and every official is requested to be present. Dr. Wilson will deliver the pentecostal messages, morning and evening, Pentecostal day, June 3. CURRYVILLE Everyone in this section feels keenly the death of their good friend, John 3. Stonerook, late of Henrietta. Mr. Stonerook, in point of his genial good liumor, kindliness, camaraderie and Hospitality, was a prince of good fellows. He lived a code of good-will, Us sympathy was unfailing. He wa« L true friend and a high type of gentleman. Monday morning at 8 o'clock of coin- )lication of diseases. He Is survived )y his wife and the following children: Chester. Edith, Lucy, Mary, James, jr.. and Joseph. Funeral services were icld Wednesday morning ut the Catholic church, with Interment in the Hill cemetery. tor - / - : •-• •*'• KLAHR The most largely attended public funeral In Mexico .City's history was that of Colonel Pablo L. Sldar, "Mexico's Lindbergh," and Carlos Rovlrosa, who. died with him on an. attempted non-stop flight to Buenos Aires, pictured above as the procession arrived • at the National Palace. The ashes of Sldar and Rovlrosa were brought back to Mexico City by airplane from •Puerto Llmon, Costa Klca, where the fliers crashed, and then transferred to Sldar's favorite plane, EJerclto Mexicano, which was draped In black and drawn through the utreets to. the palace by fellow aviators. A closeup of the funeral plane Is shown at the right. Ready to Make 8,400 Mile Hop^to South America Heady to blaxe the first non-stop air trail between the United States and South America; the-three flyers of the monoplane "K of New Haven" are pictured at the right at Hartford, Conn., as they studied a map of their proposed 8400-mile route to Buenos Aires, Left to right are Lieut. Commander George R. Fond, Lieut. Garland F, Reed, Jr., and Capt. Herbert O. Partridge. Above Is their huge cabin craft, which they Intend to have refueled In the air at four points along the route. NEW ENTERPRISE Mr. and Mra. Ira Gump and daugh- er Dorla and Mr. Mikesell of Coving- .on, O., spent from Thursday until Monday with Mr. Gump's sister Mrs. D. O. Cottrell and family. Mr: and Mrs. Myers Homer ' and daughters Evelyn and Hilda of Washington, Pa., pent the week-end in the same home. Mrs, Harriet Snoberger accompanied ler brother D. M.'Bayer and family to ialrnbrook on Sunday where they islted O. H. Holsinger and family. Mrs. Mae Reed and Mrs, Charles Troutman of Saxton visited the farmer's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ross Clapper. Mra. W. A. King la spending several lays with her sister Mrs. P. A. Fox and family of Hollidaysburg. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wyles and daugh- er Dorothy and Misses Carrie and Vaoml Wyles spent Sunday with Mahlon Hoover and family of Marys- ille. J. W. Snider and Charles Klotz left or an extended trip with friends and elatives at Garrett, Ind. Miss Gladys Reasy spent from Frl- ay until Monday With her brother- n-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 'Cltzmlller of Mlddletown. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Stayer of Wood- ury spent Friday afternoon with the atter's. sister Mrs. Maze Snyder. Blalne Eshelman and Samuel Bep- ogle spent from Friday until Monday vith friends at Lancaster and Eliza- ethtown. Levl Seese and Miss Esther Long of oudertown spent from Friday until unday with the former's grandpar- nts Rev. and Mrs. L. T. Stuckey. Mrs. Annie Dooley and granddaugh- er Anna Hoffman accompanied Mr. nd Mrs. Guy Fleck of Altoona to Vashlngton, D. C., w*iere they visited •ith Henry Dooley and family several ays. Mrs. Sue Dooley, who is helping In :ie home of Samuel Maddocks during he Illness of Mrs. Maddocks spent rom Saturday until Sunday at her ome near Murtinsburg. Robert Stuckey of Lansdale spent i-oin Friday until Sunday with his arenla Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stuckey, ast of tov/n. He was accompanied to heir home at Lansdale by Mrs. tuckey, who had spent several weeks /ith relatives at this place and Salein- ille. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. King and Mr. nd Mrs. Ross Clapper were callers on unduy afternoon at the Creaaon anatorium. Mr. and Mrs. John Smouse and clul- ren Joe and Maxiue spent Sunday •1th the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Smouse of Lutzvllle. Mra. Herbert Young and son Billy have returned home from Williama- port where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Young's father Mr. Varner. The thirty-seventh annual convon- LAKEMONT Uruce Abbott, above, head of the United States Children's bureau, Is reported us a likely successor to Secretary of Labor James J. Davis, recently elected senator from Pennsylvania. If chosen labor secretary she will be the nrst woman to become a member of a president's cabinet. School association will be held in the Church of the Brethren, June ~5 and 8. Mrs. Annie Clapper spent several days the past week with relatives at Woodbury and Martinsburg. The baccalaureate service for the class of 1930 of the J. Leonard Replogle High school will be held in the Church of the Brethren on Sunday evening, June 1, at 8 o'clock. Kev. G. E. Yoder, formerly of this place, but now pastor of the church at New Carlisle, O., will deliver the sermon. Mr. and Mra. Ira Metzger and son of Roaring Spring spent the week-end with Mrs. Metzger's parents. Misses Katherine Metzger and Lena Fetter, students at Shippenaburg Teachers' college, have returned to their homes. Miss Metzger was a member of the class of 1930. She has accepted a position as teacher in the consolidated school ol' Bloomtield township. Miss Fetter is a member of the class of '31. Church of the Brethren, Rev. D. O. Cottrell, pastor—New Enterprise- Sunday school at 9.30. Church service at 10.45. This will be the Conference Missionary service, uu offering for yvorld-wide missions will be lifted. The message will be brought by Rev. G. E. Voder, former pastor, on the subject, "The yearning Creation." Salemville James Isenberg of 503 Baynton avenue, who is employed as a state highway inspector in Indiana county, spent the week-end at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Isenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Figard and chil- drne Helen Julia and Ruth Jane of Wharton avenue, spent Sunday with relatives in Rlddlesburg. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Leidy of Lotz avenue was the scene of a happy gathering on Sunday when Mrs. Leldy had as dinner guests several people In honor of her father Harry Cochran's birthday. A full course dinner was served and all greatly enjoyed It. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leidy and children Gertrude, Edith and Fred of Fairview. Harry Brunner of Roaring Spring, Miss Gladys Leidy, Miss Blanche Leibig, Mr. and Mrs. George Zeigler and daughter Phyllis Jane and George Allcott, all of Altoona, Harry Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Leidy and children Miriam, Ruth and Bobbie. Mr. Cochran received some very beautiful and useful gifts. __ Mr. and Mrs. James Mclntire of Logan avenue were Sunday guests of relatives in Rlddlesburg. Mrs. William Johnson of Altoona .spent Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs. Frank Hazlette of Baynton avenue. At 4.30 Wednesday morning the iire- men were called to assist with a fire at Greenwood, where a house had burned to the ground. They helped in saving an adjoining property. Beginning Sunday, June 1, the Sunday evening preaching services at the Church of God will begin at 8 o'clock and continue at that time during the months of June, July and August. The Christian Endeavor services will be held at 7. The daily vacation Bible school of the Church of God will begin Monday, June 9, at 9 a. m., and continue for two weeks. All children between the. ages of 4 and 14 who are not enrolled in any other Bible school are heartily invited. Mrs. George States and son George, Jr., of Long Island, N. Y., are visiting at the home of her sister Mrs. John Strobaugh of Gesser avenue. Mra. S. N. Harpster of First avenue had the misfortune on Tuesday to leave an iron fall 011 her foot, badly hurting the toe, which is quite painful. Monday is the day for the children of Logan township to have their picnic at the park. It takes in both the South Lakemont and Brush mountain schools here. Mr. Kane of Hill Top, who has been a patient at the Mercy hospital for several weeks, has recovered enough to be able to return to his hcme. Doris Bryan of Hill Top had the misfortune to fall Monday evening and cut here kneecap very badly. She s nu<l to have two ,skin clips to close up ! the wound ttlhelyn Cooper of near Bast Freedom sptnt th* week-end with her Mend Maude Helsel. Margaret Claaf and Marie Waiter spent Sunday with their friend Daisy Weyaftt. Mr*. Mary Musftelman aVrJ son Guy sp«nt Sunday, with her sister Mrs. Clarence Claar. DWOthy and Pearl Claar, Vlrgle Weyant and; Josephine Mussel man spent Saturday night with their friend Daisy Claar. Annie Feathers spent the week-end with ATchie Claar and family, near East Freedom. Mrs. Mollle Claar spent the weekend with her son George Claar and family. Mr. and Mra. Archie Claar and Isaac Lamb'om of near East Freedom and Annie Feathers were short time callers with the former's parents Mr. and Mrfl. Fred Claar On Saturday evening. Visitors at Joseph's Claar's on Saturday and Sunday were Rev. and Mra. D. I. Pepple~of Woodbury, Mrs. Ida. Dlvely of Woodavllle, Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Mohr and Mr, and Mra. Elmer Mohr ot Baker Summit and Mra. Rachel Dlvely of this place. Frank Walter of Johnstown .spent Sunday with hla brother McClellan Walter. Mr. and Mra. William Weyant of Bedford apent the week-end with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Tine Weyant. Mra. Ellen Black spent a few days with Frank Weyant and family at Frankstown. -. Mr. and Mra. Ray Black and Cheater Black of Lakemont spent Sunday with their mother Mrs. Ellen Black. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Black and sons Guy, Harry and Durwood, Mr. and Mrs. John Black and children Grace, Virgie, Leroy, Mabel and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Walter and children Betty and John attended a birthday party for Ernest Haggleman, near East Freedom, on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Blair Weyant and children George, Marie, .Bruce. Chester, Ray and Lloyd of Sproul spent several days with John Black and family. Maude Helsel, Daisy, Dorothy and Pearl Claar, Lloyd Walter, sr., Lloyd Walter, jr., and Maurice-Helsel spent Sunday afternoon with Elmer Walter and family at Fiahertown. Mr. and Mra. Howard . Black and sons Ralph, Guy, Harry and Durwood of this place and Mr. and Mra. Nelson Black and family of Olaysburg motored to State college on Sunday to visit the former's son Leon Black, who la a student there. Visitors at Adam Colebaugh'a on Saturday evening and 'Sunday were Mr; and Mra. William Walter and children, Mr. and Mra. Park Walter and children, Mr. and Mra. Confer, Mra. Hattie Confer of near East Freedom, Mr. and Mra. Charlea Imler and family of Eldorado, Rev. and Mra. Samuel Weyant, Mrs. Keturah Walter and Mra. Mary Musselman and daughter Josephine. Kathryn Feathers of Altoona and Susie Feathers of Llyswen spent the week-end with their parents Mr. -and Mrs, Blair Feathers. Kathryn remained at home for the summer. Mr. 'and Mra. Thomas; Feathers and daughters Thelma and ' Geraldine of Sproul, Laurence Walter and children Celia and Isaac of Weyant spent Sunday with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Abram Feathers. Ruth and Hattie Corle of near Queen spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Madasie. Mrs. Chance Black and daughter Eeona spent. Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Black at Lakemont. Rev. Joseph Clapper spent Tuesday night with Rev. and Mrs. Samuel i Weyant. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gardener, newlyweds, have taken up housekeeping in our community. Church services at the Lower Claar church each evening during this week at 7.45. This evening at 7 o'clock will be the lovefeast. Sunday school Sunday at 9.30; preaching at 10.30 by Rev. Joseph Clapper of Yellow Creek. Everybody is invited to attend these meetings. « Sunday school at Upper ' Claar church on Sunday at 9.30; preaching at 10.30 by Rev. Taylor Dively. The former Elizabeth M. Pelt, above, wife C...£d|rarton Warbnr- ton, has won her a divorce from the young society man In Philadelphia. He was 21 and she was 17 when they eloped several years ago. He Is a son of Major Barclay Warburton, former mayor of Palm Beach, and a grandson of John Wanamnker, famous merchant. QUITS SCREEN IWfw mf 8 (it by Mt«f Lya De Putt!, above, the imported movie vamp; .announced in New York that she Is through with the movies and Is seeking a job on the legitimate stage. She denied her German accent caused her to forsake the talkies. PLEASANT VALLEY tones ot *n«S*. for l&a men and women. evening wa* H. Galge of tht 8t**»., : ^--_ lejre at MHTer*vJlTe^ WlhWf. was "On t&e Mlffrtfay of theme was to portray t» In* what to expect Along Vtett Jft as they atari out In th« WfflPH »1 their future. After th* SdaflSW towed the presentation of dfpMittL Blair R. Bice, on* of tn« boi*#8 «f rectors. Presbyterian. Julian Parir, Preaching at 10.30 a. m. by tB* tor. Morning subject, "The Af Way." No evening service, school at 9.30 a. m., George * superintendent. Special the churches in town during th* of pefltecost. Holy communion on Pentecostal Sunday at 7.30 p, nv The Brethren church, Marttesl and StcKee, James S. Cooft, Martinsburg—Sunday School AC morning worship at 10 3XJ; Ml _ "Can Pentecost Be Repeats* Christian Endeavor at 8.30; Marian DJlllng. No prayer on Wednesday x evening as tfie will be away at a meeting. the paper for full account of ble study and conference wot* ducted by Evangelfet R. Paul to begin June IT and continue to 29. McKee—Sunday school at 9.30; ble study class at 6.30; evening: ice at 7.30; subject, "Can Be Repeated?". Evangelist R. Miller will spend a week at the Kee Brethren church, beginning Ji 30 and closing July 8. Church of the Brethren, Charle» Beery, pastor. Martinsburg—Church school at preaching at 10.30 a. m.; Junior, Bv P. D. and C. W. meeting at 6.45 p. Missionary program by young department at 7.45 p. m. Clover Creek—Church school at preaching at 10.30 a. m.; B. Y. P. at 7.30 p. m. _{ Cross" Roads—Church school at 9.3O; preaching at 10.30 a. m.; missionalB meeting at 7.30 p. m. ~~, Reformed church, Victor Steinberg pastor. St. John's, Martinsburg—Chard worship at 9.30 a. m.; Sunday achoo at 10.30 a. m.Wednesday, June 4, SI John's consistory meets at the pair Salem, Beavertown—Sunday scnoo at 9.30 a. m.; Church worahip at 1 a. m. Monday, June 2, Salem con> siatory meets at the home of Mr. Lininger. First Methodist Episcopal, Victor B Hann, pastor—Preaching at 10.30 a m. and at 7.30 p. m. by. the -pastor Sunday school at 9.30 a. m., A. E, Martz; superintendent. Woodbury—9.30, Sunday school Samuel Over, superintendent! Loysburg—9.30, Sunday school, Wflj Ham Mowry, superintendent. ] 'Yellow Creek—9.30. Sunday school William Benner, superintendent. ' | St. Matthew's Lutheran, Rev. D. XI Shaffer, pastor—Preaching at 10.4S a m. and at 7.45 p. m. by the pastor Morning subject, "Our . Ascende Lord." Evening subject, "Rivers Living Water." Sunday school • 0.30. Union Pentecostal services at: 7.45 each evening of the week. Serv-. */J ice, Monday evening hi the Lutheran church. Rev. E. F. Sipe, the preacher. ' Church of God, E. F. Sipe, pastor. Martinsburg—Bible school at | morning worship at 10.30; Christ Endeavor at 6.30. Woodbury—Bible school at ».3»fc' evening worahip at 7.30. ••••<• Henrietta—Bible school at 10 a. evening worahip, Saturday at 7.30. WATERSIDE Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Over spent Sunday night and Monday with their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Keith at Curryville. •Mr, and Mrs. L. I. Way and children Luella and Edmund of Altoona were Sunday viaitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Growden. Mr. and Mrs. H. S/ Stonerook and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baker attended the funeral of John Stonerook at Millerstown on Tuesday afternoon. Irvln Imler and sister Mrs. Maggie Smith and children and Norman Fox of Roaring Spring, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Henry of Lakemont and Mra. Minnie Henry of Woodbury were visitors during the w$ek of Mr. and Mrs, P. K. Brown. Frank Gates and Miss Shade of Leamersville, William Gates of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. William Ferry and daughter Roselln of New Enterprise were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Walter of Al- .oona and Chestej,Ford and family of rlopewell were recent visitors of Mrs. A. N, Walter and daughter, Miss Jennie. Mr. and Mrs.""H. S. Stonerook and Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Stonerook called on E. B. Price and family at Reynoldsdale on Sunday and also visited the fish hatchery at Spring Meadow.' Miss Mary Baker of Williamsburg is visiting relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Smith and three hildren of Bedford were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steele. Ira Kagarise of Roaring Spring, Irs. Fannie Bechtel of Woodbury, rohn. Guyer and four daughters and Miss Frederick and Mrs. U. E. Rep- ogle of Woodbury, Mrs. Barbara Rep- ogle and daughter Miss Sara of New Snterprise, and Levi Clapper of Texas Corner were visitors during the week ' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kagarise.. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smouse of Mart- nsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Shoemaker and children of Altoona,' Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Stout and Mr. and Mrs. William Gunnett of Williamsburg were Sunday visitors of David S. Baker and family. Mr. and Mrs. David King accom- lanied by Frank Huntsman and family notored to Huntingdon on Sunday. J. W. Baker and wife and daughters Jary and Lola Mae spent Sunday in Williamsburg with Mrs. G. E. Baker and children. Miss Audrey McNally of Roaring Spring spent from Thursday until Sunday with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Croft. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Stout and daughter Violet and Mr. and Mrs. William Gunnett of Williamsburg called on Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Baker on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Croft and daughter Pauline, of Altoona and Mra. J. N. McNttlly and daughter Joann ot Roaring, Spring were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Croft. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steele and Mra. Daniel Mellott attended the funeral ol Mra. Harry Ritchey at the Koontz church at Texas Corner Sunday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Wechtenhiser ot Central City, parents of Mrs. Hawk, and Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Wechtenv hiser and family of the same place, brother of Mrs. Hawk, visited the Grace United Brethren parsonage last Sunday. Mrs.. Frank Cooper who was operated on at the Altoona hospital last week, Is improving slowly at her home on Mountain avenue. She is not yet allowed any company. Jaggard Memorial Methodist—Sunday school at 9.45; morning worship at 11, preaching by the pastor. Rev. H. W. Glassco, on the subject, "The Dying Church(?)" In the evening at 7.30 Rev. Ivan Fetter of Juniata college will preach on the subject, "The Love of Jesus." Sunday will be cash day, at which time the money pledged last November will be paid. There will be a daily vacation Bible school conducted in the Jaggard Memorial Methodist church beginning June 23, and extending over a period of two weeks. The school will not be only for children of this church" but for all the children of the community who wish to attend. Interesting plans are being made for this occasion. WOODBURY Woodbury Lutheran charge, Rev. Albert E. Speck, pastor—Preaching at 10.30 a. m. by the pastor at Trinity Lutheran church. Woodbury. Preaching at 8 p. m. at St. John's Lutheran church, Potter Creek. Subject, "The Holy Spirit in the Christian Life." Sunday school — Trinity Lutheran church, 9.30 a. m.; St. Paul's Lutheran church. 10 a. m. PETERSBURG -, Mrs. Jack Cartwright and ter Anne of Pittsburgh spent end with Mra. Cartwright's home Charles L. Hoffman and Mr. and. Mrsi Harry Lang and family. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker- aril three children of Hill street Sunday visitors in their homes, Mr. and- Mra. George S 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Walker Barree. , _^ Mr. 'and Mrs. Carlton Irvin and fan>-7 ily were recent guests of Mr., aridt " Mrs. Arnour Eberle and family *t° Willow Grove /arm. *"[,,, Dr. and Mrs. Russell Stevens arfff '; children Frank and Dorothy of Belf&~ fonte motored here Sunday aflernoini and were guests of Mra. Stevens' moti& er, Mrs. Martha Keith. • f, Mrs. John Port, who has been vejjr • seriously ill at her home on Washinp-'-r ton street, is not improving as wtif „ as her many friends had hoped. Mias Jean Morton was a guest past week-end of Mrs. Elizabeth St , art at her parental home on Warrior Ridge. • ^f,; Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bell a^ff little 'daughter Joyce Le June of Mount Union motored here Sunday and w«w . guests of friends and relatives. "* Mr. and Mrs. Willis Shilling of W»f- riors Mark were recent visitors iflf: . their home folks, Mr. and Mra. Walei? '' Gates and Mr. and Mrs. Charles ShflK •> ing at their farm homes in Logan town* T'; ship and Manor Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Johnson an«t daughters Gladys and Mary Jean of Huntingdon and Mr. and Mra. Clavul* Rupert and children Mary Louise aiMt Claude Junior of Altoona were Sundsty guests of their home folks Mr. an* Mra. J. Elmer Young. •' of the Bedford County Sunday a.ud Waterside—Sunday school at 8.30, MT-. and Mis- Ira Harold, Thelma. Virginia and Josepn of Hill Top and Mrs. Laura. Dixoii ot Lake avenue spent Sunday with in L,ewJ;jtowu. JUere is one means of reproduced mnsie that has the universal support of great musicians. Paderewski . . Damrosch . . . . Stravinski . . . Pianists, music authorities, composers and critics of all countries endorse 1 AudioGraphic DUO-ART PIANO Winter Music Store 1415 llth Eveline VUTCIK - Sf \UTUN - ^t.MTH BAUIO

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