Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 7, 1929 · Page 32
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 32

Publication:
Location:
Altoona, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 7, 1929
Page:
Page 32
Start Free Trial
Cancel

32 THE ALTO.ONA -, • v- /^v^.-NT ^ ^-j< - ^ ^ •-v • v I '^r " i' " ;• • <. N * V >.Vft.l^V<r" ^•«?^J^^dfwJ(*^^6KMrV'^rv 1 '?i'''' «.•'„)».., . ^ '" ' '' PERFECT RECORDS MADE IN SCHOOLS McKINI.EV SCIIOOT.. '"" Oroomvoofl. Grade 8—Harold Bare, Harry Unchanan, Anthony Del Biondo, Robert Geddes, George Heaton, William Ijansborry, Tony Mnsucci, Mead* Morgan, Forf.it Nali.', Strand Roessing Jacob Kwanger, Naornl Boose, L»eora Boggfl, Helen Buchanan, Thelma Down, Virginia. Gcddns, Grnco Kelly, Fo.rma Kerlln, Thelma McGuIre, Anrelia Miller, Ruth NIoodemiiH, llnzel Showers, Mndaline Spaldin£, Lois Wilt, Grace Wolf. Grade 7-1—Edwin Ammerman, Martin Boese, Charles Clabaugh, Wallace Holmes, Hiirland Low, Charles McGrain, Donald Stevens, Dorothy Bare, Charlotte Calderwood, M. a r J o r i 8 Greene, Dorothy Hite, Eva Holmes, Nina Lanuberry, Lucy Laratonda, Dorothy Mussulman, Uosnlyn Rhoadcs, Anna Schachtner, Mabel Staekhouso. Grade 7-2—Donald (Iramly, Donald Hlte, Victor Hi'.e, Martin Nale, Ivan Perry, Mildred Black, Virginia Brown, Louisa Claybaugh, Catherine Urnss- myer, Mario Green, Alberta Hlte, IjOiilso Kncldinger, Clara Lord, Jean McCormlck, Elizabeth Montgomery, Helen Mtilhollen, Christina Noel, Mary Staler, Florls Stehley, Edna Vlpond, Gancvlnvo Wilt. Grade 0—James Bookhnmmer, William Confer. Rlr.hnrd Dunn, Patsy Grant, Cloyd Hill, John Marchew, Kenneth Mlcheltreu, Krnest Pope, Bookhammor, Hand Buchanan, Mildred Burket, Betty Caldprw.ood, Josephine Cassldy, Marian Kardley, Mary Grant, Ruth Hits, Theresa Klb- ler, Theresa Kueidinger, Grace Nlco- demus, Walbnrfra. Schachtner, Melda Hmlth, Alice Stchley, Ora Stehley, Helen Zlantx. Grade 5—Arthur Ammerman, Walter Beck, Mahlon Boese, Paul Clabaugh, Harry Daughenbaugh, Chester Ged- tles, James Hoover, Donald Low, Ruth Burd, Mary Eaatep, Naomi Eastep, Ruth Tonner, Josephine Greene, Mary Laratonda, Bornlca Musselman, Elizabeth N e d 1 m yer, Julia Orr, Hazel Rhoades, Eleanor Rlpka, Wanda Taylor, Stella Williams. Grade 1—Grace BooUhamer, Elizabeth Cassell, Helen Deltrlck. Martha Green, Gladys Hlte, Larhue Irvln, Dorothy Kustaborder, Annie Laratonda, Jean Leslie, Helen Musselman, Geraldine Norris, Julia Orr, Leona Smith, Flor&nco Spuldlng, Jane Shutt, Betty Snyder, Edna 'Smiley, Glair Ammerman, Charles Bare, Raymond Bathurst, Richard Boggs, John Costello, John ' Dewltt, John Ebersole, Boyd Low, Joe Modlco, Harold. Myers, Charles Orr, Charles Steln- biser, Ray Smith',.Dan Stehley,. William Stevens, William Weston. Grade 3—Naomi Brown, Josephine Colyer, Marjorlo Corbln, Amanda Dunn, Pauline Geddes, Florine Green, Catherine Hlte, Nora Kustaborder, Mildred Lewis, Madeline Lowe, Clara McCauloy, Mary Modico, Lenor Mu«- Hleman, Nellie Nalo, Lola Stehley, Florence Vlpond, Mildred Worrell, Walter Barr, Douglas Burlcet, Calvin Calderwood, Carl McManamy, Albert Montgomery, Donald Mulhollan, Billy Rlley, Warren Withers, Jack, Wogan. * • Grade 2— Porter Ammerman, Junior * Brown, Eugene Burkett, 'Ralph Irvln, Alfred Klbler, Ewald Kneldlnger, Sonny Long, Dick Snhlehr, Bobby Spaldlng, Dick Stevens, Gloward, Van Tries,' Charles Wagner, Johnny Worrell, Alice Bare, Catherine Bol- llnger, Viola Bookhamor, Minnie Di- Vlcola, Mario Down, Marian Fall, Geraldlno Lewis, Joan Meek, Tina Nodico, Catherine Wolfe, Viola Johnson. Grade 2—Robert GrasHmyer, Wll- lard Hoover, Fay Rhodes, Hazel poggs, taicllle Buchanan, KelorlM "Green, Winifred Hill, Wadalyn Nor- rls, Ruth'Staley, NeIlIe_ZiaU. -, ,' Grade 1—Herbert Boese, James Cllnger, Delbert Dunn, Sylvester Hostler, Junior Kerlln, Junior Miller. Elizabeth Bare, Loona Schlehr, Leona Bhellenbei'gcr. < v Grade 1—Robert . Qragmv Eiliest Hoover, Russell Maschella, Robert Nalo, Paul Slaley, Vernon Stehley, Gene Stevenson, Elnora Booklmmer, Naomi Bookhamer, Virginia DeNlcola. Mildred Klbler, Susie Laratondu, Rita Soyke, Fay Myers. MARTINS11URO. Room 1—Marshall Baker, William Bassler, William Hlnton, George Reighard, Paul Replogle, John Wareham, Audrey Baker, Doris Sassier, Ethel Burns, Irene Gochnour, Helen Hartman, Kathryn Mellot, Lorella Provlnw, Nellie Jane Steele, Romalne Whetstone, Ruth Zimmerman, Delia BLIND HONOR STUDENT Ullml, thin Harvard »tiidcnt, Jftr- (iino A. J'rendergnnt, Is led to Ills olanPies by the 2,1-mnnth-olil Oer- mnn police ilojf, "Gretcl," wlHi whom * o Is pictured above In the Harvard yard at Cambridge, Minn. I'reiKlerKant has clinnen the \ii\v for MH life profesvlon, and deoplte his uffllr.tlnn, IKIK become an honor student In the school. break, Junlata Barley, Dorothy Dlxon, Marian Dilllng, Barbara Harding, Marian Hinton, Phyllis Lantzer, Ethel McQraw, Franels Madara, Mlldrltl Nicodemus, Helen Rlngler, Naomi Shubert, Gerald Bonebreak, William Bolger, Donald Brown, Paul Geist, Amos Kcnsinger, David Over, Roy Steele, I. H. Benner, teacher. High school—Robert Barley, Palmer Cornell, Walter Lykens, Charles Bonebreak, Kenneth Detwller, James Wineland, Roscoe Wareham, Ralph Gates, Elvln Hartman, Glenn Osterle, Harriet Allison, Lucille Bonebreak, Thelma Holslngcr, Gwendolyn Johnson, Nancy Miller, Grace Straesser, Viola Colbert, Romalne Dilllng, Alice Kreider, Catherine Myers, Margaret Stock, Beulah Kenslnger, Meredith Lykens, Naomi Mentzcr, Mary Miller, Dorothy Weltzel, Miriam Barley, Audry Brown, Leone Miller, Grace Replogle, Prof. Waltep a. Hess, principal. HONOR 1100,. The following pupils of the Brush Mountain school attended every day during the month oC October: Ed Tetter, Ethel Butterbaugh, Betty Robl- aon, Irene Hesford, Dorothy Tussey, ffdwln Way, John Long, Chalmer 3akes, Ferron Wolf, Dean Bresaler and Earl Weston. C. Lykens, teacher. Room 2 — Miriam Sassier, Betty BoalH, Eva Brumbaugh, Hozella Det- wller, Lois Hlnton, Betty Kurtz, Lovern Peck, Ruth Replogle, Blair Baughman, James Beach, Max Bonebreak, Bobby Brown, Daniel Brown, Ruaaell Burket, Cletus Corle, Ralph Dllllng,' Leon Frye, Edgar Greaser, Warren Harding, Glenn Holalnger, Billy Loose, Donald Lykens, Richard McGrad, Koberl. Mo.Graw, Herbert Proving, Galen Whetstone, Mlsa Gladys Johnson, teacher. Room 3—Virginia Bolger, Ruth May Clapper, Leanor Detwller, Ruth Griffith,' Virginia Hartman, Dorothy Madara, Mary Alice Kurtz, Jean Rep. logle, Lois Teeter, Helen Tlpton, Elizabeth Wagner, John Barley, Joe Beach, Byron Bonebreak, Billy Bonu- break, Frank Burns, Dean Butler, Walter Butler, Orion Cook, Robert Isenberg, Joe Kenalnger, Sheldon Osterle, Ray Replogle, Willard Rhodes, Jitnml* Shaffer, Harold Utts, Elwoocl Miller, Frederick Stock, Leonard Btoudnour, Miss Florlence Uoala, teacher. Room <—John Bice, Richard Bolger, Eddie Burns, Bernard Clapper, Homer Colbert, Paul James Cook, Gahagan, Donald Holslnger, STATE DEPARTMENT HAS A PUBLICATION SERVICE WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 7.- ew state department publication service to provide libraries, profes international law and stu current departmental in Mrs o; tlents -f.-v, . foilhiatlon, has been Inaugurated by order "of Secretary Stlmson. ' The publications are in pamphle form and will Include a weekly serv Ice of press releases, the monthl; bulletins of treaty information, th quarterly foreign service list and th annual register of the department. The superintendent of document will accept deposits against which th cost of publications ordered may b charged. The annual cost of a com plete set of departmental publication will b» about. $10. FRIEND'S SUGGESTION VALUABLE TO A FARMER RACINE, Wls,, Nov. 7.—A chanc suggestion made by a friend to Her man Erbe, Racine . farmer, began strange undertaking that has prove profitable to the farmer. A hble back of the farmhouse own ed by Erbe appeared the logical alt for a Illy pond, the friend, a par employe, suggested. This summer hundreds of tourlsl visited the "lily pond farm" to vle\ the thousands of white and pink bios soms and to buy them. Although h sells them at only 50 cents a dozen Erbe has received as much as '• In a season from the Hale of lilies. QUITK A. UIUNKKK. LONDON, Nov. 7.—The London 55o has added quite un expensive anlmi to its collection. It'H Peter, the ne baby elephant, Peter drinka fiftee quarts of milk every day and ha created such a taatu for the liquid tlm he could consume more than thirt quarts if he were allowed to. Myers. .Paul Byron James McKerihan, Eugene Luther Shaffer, John Steel Wagner, Melvin Whetstone, Harold Stayer, Vera Brown, Darlene Brumbaugh, Marjorie Brumbaugh, Mildred Cook, Emily Jane Davy, Ruth Gates, Minnie Greenleaf, Ruth Hlnton, Freda Kagarise, Marjorie Kurtz, Edith Madara, Ethel Madara, Inez Seedenburg, Veda Smelaer, Thelma Snobergur, Ethel Straeaser, Clare Utts, Made TJtts, Eata Wagner, Misa Grace Bolger, teacher. Room 6— Olive Burna, Carol Bone- FALSE TEETH Can Not Embarras Mont wearers of falie teeth huve suffers real ttmbarranament because their teeth droi peel or xllppect at just the wrong time. 1 nut live In (far of thin happening to yoi Just sprinkle a little Funteeth on your plate Makes fulae teeth utay In place and fe comfortable, tiweetenn hreath. (let Fasteai at Yocnm A. Kupp of any other uood Urug Mure, New 1SCKI510N iiltll) RADIO The J. E. Spence Electric Store Authorized lieuleri 1310 12th Ave. Dial 4101 i9at| LJOHM o. MILLAR.^ SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION SALE 1 Wax Staled Pkg. Edgemont Crackers..... 25c ^^P^^^^ 1 Wax Sealed Pkg. Edgemont Ginger Snaps, 25c ; THE GUIDING HAND •! 1 White Enameled Pantry Box..,......;;. ,50c Total .................... /...,.i.:. ..$1.00 SPECIAL PRICE, 59C TO THE PRIZE i WHILE HUNTING FOR IN THE TREA/UCC HUNT DON'T OVERLOOK OUR Treasures In Values '£?; (CASH OB CBKDIT) Vf IN THE NEWER STYLES IN CLOTHING 10 II MKN AND WOMEN :* * 1112 Eleventh Ave. 4 Doors From Olympic Theutre Christmas Treasure Hunt Contest. ^ Pay Day Suggestions For Friday, Nov> 8th And Saturday, Nov." "9th ~j? V 4 lb.,25c Brews Richer Goes Farther Tastes Better Succotash 2C.n2()c Hominy A Lot of Food for • Little Money Green or Wax Golden Bantam BEANS ...2c. n .29c Sweet Corn 2 c «- 39c PEAS Standard Fancy 2 Cans 25c 2 Cans 39c RICE Fancy Bulk Blue Rose .... 3«»25c HALLER'S OLD HOME SLICED BREAD LOAF II CENTS It has all the richness and flavor of home baked bread—the kind of bread you used to have at. Grandmother's on Thanksgiving, with the added convenience of being sliced, ready to serve— every slice even, just like the other one. BOSTON CREAM OR OUT LEMON MERINGUE FllL . . . Baked In Pine's Bakery PEPE'S SELECT BANANAS Select Fancy Raspberry, Strawberry, Cherry, Orange, Lemon Jells Quicker for l?c Housewives now know the difference in JACK & JILL from ordinary, GELATIN DESSERTS. JACK & JILL is made from the highest test odorless .and tasteless refined raw gelatin, highest grade pure fruit flavor oils and pure cane sugar. Its sparkling brilliancy proves absence of fillers and strictest quality. Just as you want the best in canned goods, meats, vegetables, milk and cream, you should demand the best in flavored GELATIN DESSERTS. Ask for JACK & JILL and taste the difference. Triple sealed—Untouched by hand. Standard...:..* Cans $1.00 Extra Stand. ..,.3 Cans 89c LUNCH PAIL FRUIT Time To Buy— 'These Prices Must Advance Peaches;..... ...... 4 for 39c Pears ..............2 for 2Sc Cherries;. ...... ....2 for 29c Pineapple... .....2 for 2Sc •''•.••' Fruit for Salad— 2 for 29c Extra Choice Dried Fruit Peaches Ib. 25c Apricots Ib; 33c Many Prefer Them Cooked l / 2 <& l / 2 —l Ib. Each SSc RAISINS Not a Pkgs. 25c BENZEL'S BUTTER BRETZELS Juniors or Large Ib. 28c They are made with real creamery butter. They are just ai rich at a pretzel dare.be, and ai crisp and tasty as anything you ever ate—salted just right. Dog & Cat Food 2 S 27c DROMEDARY Candied Citron. .. % Ib. 2Sc Orange or Lemon Peel......% Ib. 15c 2 Ib. RoU, $1.15 Pork Loin Roast Loin Endi, ' O[* 3 to 5 Ibi. ODC Shoulder EndCuti .. 29c * These are from fresh killed young pigs. We buy. at home from The UnitedlHome Dressed Meat Company. OLD WITCH Ammoniated Cleaning Fluid For washing dishes, cut glass, porcelain, for a labor saver in the laundry, for refreshing the personal bath, in fact anywhere^where soap is used, Old Witch makes Ae work easier and. saves soap. 11 oz., I5c Quart, 35c Willow Grove Country Rtill 2 POUNDS NET J.A.Donahoe *» : jttoona. P* 2 Ib. Roll, $1.13 SNUG, WARM, WINTER BLANKETS New and Standard Patterns Color Tones of Blue, Gold, Pink, Orchid Tan, Etc. COTTON PART WOOL KlZti 70x80 Pair Only $2.89 Pair Only SIZE 70x80 $4.89 We invite comparison of these blankets with any you can buy near the price. They are heavyweight, a smooth, felted surface with a soft, downy feeling. You Hang 'Em Up by This Ring Killdirt 75c Bride 99C The Bride Broom has finer straws, iweeps eaiier and every broom hai a guarantee ol perfection on it. CANDY OXHEART CROQUETS Ib. 32c Rich cream center filled with peanuts and dipped in chocolate coating. X. . '... PEACH BUTTER Best You Ever Tasted from clean, ripe peaches and granulated sugar by a process which retains all of the peach flavor. Of a clear, amber color suitable for cake filling, for spread for bread, or for home made sundaes. CHILDREN RELISH IT CAMAY * tKT?... 3"... 25c Bring Us Your Coupon For 3 Cakes, 7Sc P & G White Naphtha 6 B.» 25c We Redeem Your Free Coupons Left At Home Red Seal Lye BIG CJJT LITTLE BROWN JUG , on FLY HOOCH, i/ 2 ,Pt. .,... 0"C Kills Bedbug, Roaches, Flies, Pint S9c OVER DALE, GINGER ALE 2 Pint Bottles 31c 6 for 89c -> Try this PALE DRY or LIMES and LITHIA and you will wonder how we can give a better ale and one big glass more for. the price of ordinary ales. The widespread sale of PURITAN is evidence of its superior quality. SUPER SUDS 3 for 28c Beads of Soap 2 Ib. Roll $1.13 The biggest seller of any coffee in Altoona- E-A-C-O FLOUR 5 Ib. Suck 3Sc 12 ft. Sack 69c 24 ft. Sack $1.29 25 ft. Sack ......$2.53 In making Eaco flour, wheat of the most perfect grain U cleaned of every foreign particle, then washed and scoured- and dried for milling. We guarantee it to produce more and better bread than any other flour you can buy or we will refund the purchase price. •ooer HAN DY SERVICE STORES

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free