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<". K. «* ft" ,'' V 36 • « THE Al/TOONA MmW>£~THUftSbAY, v NOV)E»Eft ?, 192^ NEWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING TOWNS HOLLIDAYSBURG Miss Elizabeth O. Hayes, of 421 Union Street, has gone to Pawtucket, R. I., where she will make an cxtend- rd visit at the home of her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Kelley'. Miss Hayes expects to return to Holldaysburg in May. Mrs. Caroline Murray, mother of Mrs. WJlllam -B. Leet of 828 Walnut Htreet, and Mrs. J. A. Rltchey of Altoona have returned home from a 2,100 mile automobile .trip through the southern states. Daniel R. Morrell of 424 Montgomery •treet has returned home from Newcastle where he visited relatives. James S. Plummer, who for many years has been court crier in the Blair county courts, is seriously ill of diseases Incident to his advanced years »t his home, 307 Walnut street. The monthly meeting and .social of • the Ladles' Aid society of the Firs Methodist church will be held on Frl day evening at 7.30 o'clock In the recratlon hall. A social hour will bn featured at the C!OHP of thn meeting and refreshments will be served. Mr.. and Mrs. J. Donald Condron who 'recently moved Into the .Tonepl B. Condron homestoiirt on East Allegheny street, aro making a. number of Improvements to the house. Partitions are be/ng removed and both the interior and exterior of the property will be repainted. A farewell luncheon and bridge party was given at the Allcghany Furnaci Tea Room on Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Woodward Johnson of East Walnut street, who is moving out of town. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are. moving to Ovorbrook, near Philadelphia, this week. Mr. Johnson has accepted a position with the Philadelphia Construction company. Their many HoIIiduysburg friends deeply regret to see them leave town. Mrs. Johnson was formerly Miss Elizabeth Seeds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Seeds of Sylvan Hills. Sixteen guests attended the bridge luncheon. The young people of tin; congregation of Holy Trinity Protestant copal church participated In a Hallow- e'en party on Friday evening In the parish house. Thu costumes worn were of varied character. Hallowe'en games were enjoyed and seasonable refreshments were served. Over one hundred guests were present. The annual reorganization meeting of the HI-Y club of High school boys of the Y. M. C. A. was held on Monday evening at the residence of John Hunter, jr., of 901 Spruce street. The advisors of this club are C. V. Erdly, L. H. Johnson and John Hunter, jr. The meeting was presided over by .)«hn Hunter, jr. The follot/lng officers were elected: President, Franklin Stuitz; vice president, Robert Ovel- mah; secretary and treasurer, Walter Lloyd. The following executive committee will serve for tho year: George Jones, Jr., Frank Helsel, Franklin Stultz, Robert Ovelrnan und Walter Lloyd. It waw planned to hold tho weekly meetings of the Hl-Y club every Monday evening at 7.30 o'clock In the Y. M. C. club rootn.s, with the exception of the next meeting which will be held on Monday evening, Nov. 11, at 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Franklin Stultz, 1015 Walnut Htreet. The president appointed the following committee on constitution and by-laws, Stacy Capers, jr., Paul Vlpond and Frank Helsel. " Mrs. W. M. Bonslaugh of 711 Jones street has been called to Mlddleburg on account of the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Agnes B. Gulp, who Is tho guest of her cousin Mrs. J, II. Dreose. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Shenk of 510 .Tones street, delightfully entertained «. large number of friends affiliated with the state highway department nt their homo on Saturday evening. Cards and music were enjoyed until a late hour after which a delicious luncheon was served. Thirty-live guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Smith and family of East Garber street and-Mr. Smith's mother Mrs. George W. Smith and daughter Miss Kcrnlc Smith, of North Jones street, who recently departed for an automobile trip to California, where they expect to spend the winter, are now located In San Francisco. The Smith family has rented a homo near that city, whftre they will reside during their sojourn In California. X On Friday evening, Nov. 8, the first pioneer council llm of the scamm will be staged In the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. Games, stunts, songs and stories will be featured, followed by a «wlmmlng party In the pool, for nil who attend. All members of thu Pioneer boys clubs, ex-pioneers anil prospective pioneers aro invited to this event. With the coming of colder weather the Hollidaysburg United Charities has been having large numbers of demands to meet in regard to clothing, milk, groceries and coal. The treasury is low and folks who wish to assist with this systematic form of distributing aid are asked to make their contributions by check or cash to thu Holli- ilaysburg United Charities, and mail checks to the secretary-treasurer, Miss Esther I. Williams. The last contribution was made on March 2fl. All money Is used within the borough. For service, «utinfuctlon ami Hiivlnj on (Inane*, nee Dr. W. C. llranmii, raj Bid*., opposite Court House. Adv. for Sale to Close An Estate The Wm. A. Smith 1'urni, two miles north of Ouucaimvllle, 1'u., 1)7 acrcH, lotue timber, balnrtce nice farm luiicl, .With good house ana outbuilding*. Price In right to clone thin uut. 1 NEl.LIU A. MAUtiKN, Agent. Phone .86— HolUdayiburr, Pu. Adv. James McClellan, son of Mr. sn( Mrs. Matthew McClcllan of 1315 Wa] nut street, delightfully entertained thirteen of his boy friends nt a masquerade party at the home of his par- enls on Friday evening. The guests were nttlrcd in costumes and were maxked, the scene presented being a very merry one. Hallowe'en games and contests were enjoyed until a late hour, after which a delicious banquet was served. Those who participated were Arthur Oleson, John Rollins, William Wler, Franklin McClaln, Jamc.i McClcllan, Ralph Hunter, Elvlr Colvln, Junior Boustim, William Simpson, Joseph Shay, Paul Roonoy, Leo Ecker, 'Jr., William Klein and Robert Klein, The members of the Sunday schoo cluas of the First Methodist church, taught by Mrs. Ralph R. Decker oi 200 Bella street, participated in a covered dish supper on Friday evening at C o'clock In the recreation hall of tho church. A delicious menu was served after which a weason of music and games was In order. Twenty young people were present. An Important rehearsal of the junior and senior chorus choirs of the /Ion Lutheran church will be held on Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock In the church, under the supervision of John R, BcrgstreHser. A full attendance of members is urged. Tho Y. W. C. Building will be closed nil day, Monday, Nov. 11. Other days the building and office arc open from D a. m. to li p. m. and 7.M to fl.30 p. in. The Ladles' Aid society of the First Methodist church will meet on Friday evening, Nov. 8, at 7.30 o'clock In the lecture room of the churchi All women of the church are Invited to attend Tho hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. J. A. Rosenstecl, Mrs. William Rooney, Mrs. William A. Ride, Mrs Georgu ItoMaoon and Miss Mary Rollason., Under the auspices of Holy Trinity Protentant Episcopal church a rummage sale will be held in the parish house of the church on Tuesday, Nov. 12. Public patronage Is solicited. Tho Boyer unit will hold a bake sale on Saturday, Nov. B, at 2 o'clock in tho Young Women's Christian association rooms, be for sale, solicited. Home baked food will Public patronage Is .The November meeting of the Holll< daysburg branch of the Loyal Temperance Legion will be held on Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the •Young' Women's Christian association club rooms. Tho advisors, Mrs. J. W. Stlt- xe] and Mrs. Oucar K. Htuckey, will liavo charge of the meeting. TASfEND" Thi' Servo class of Third United Brethren church will jn«nt at the lome of Mrs. Ford Walker, 618 East Walton avenue, ut 8 o'clock this evening. All members are asked to be present. Mrs. Annie Murphy of Monongahela 2!ty In the gufist of Mrs. William Chase, 307 East Bell avenue. Mrs. Murphy came for tho funeral of Mrs. Robert W. MeMlnn. A Jolly crowd of young folks gathered at tho home of Ruth Krepps of '30 Eawt Walton avenue Monday night for a Hallowe'en party and they had a great time with games, music, radio and dancing. There were prizes of- 'ered for the nicest and best makeup. Elva Knousn was awarded tho Irst one, and Ida May Allison the utter. The home was nicely decorated with Hallowe'en colors. At o. late lour dainty refreshments were served o the following: Winifred .Decker, Eva Holmes, Kathleen Lovell, Coal- ort; Clcova Weaver, Coalport; Mary Bell Jones, Hollidaysburg; Mary Cath- •rlno Kuutz, Lenora Brady, Mury Elen Markle, Iflffle Woomer,' Elva Cnouse, Kdna Roblson, Liberty Neu- muscrj Ethel M. Duke, Margaret Poor, Marie Sunders, Viola Lynch, lutli Krepps, Viola Kropps, Willifim lolnies, George Krepps, Mrs. C. D. Alison and children Bertha May and ilwrlotto Louise, and Mr. and MPH. . B. Kroppa. Thclma Vaughn of 403 .East Bell avenue was removed from her home in Tuesday to Altoona hospital where he Is to undergo an operation for ippendlcltls today, It has been decided to hold the vomun'H day exercises in Third Unit- id Brethren church at 7.30 o'clock, •lov. 2-1. A rehearsal will be "held next Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. This ihangfl of reheursal night ID neces- itated by the concert to > be given ly the ministers' octet on Monday For Sale—New large egg shape roul •love. Inquire 527 Gurber street. Adv. i'o{ Tired Uneasy Feet— Sien-Tiffick Health Shoes For Women Built-in Arch Supports, Combination Lasts, "AA" to "D" widths. No foot too hard to lit. LASSER'S HHOE STO UK liolUdayiburg, Pa. LYRIC hOLLIDAYSSLRr- Gong war—ttylug bullet*—uuU thU foclety beauty found uiH'oiisuIuus In * cab. "HID GLOVES." with Conrad Najgel uuU ILuU U'llson. Chapter S Queen ui North Woud*. Open « V. M. Dick Hammer of 30f> East Caroline ivonue wont to Sinking valley to hunt >r ^ wild turkuy yesterday after- non , und he returned with u line ining one. William Dlbort of 202 East Grant venue, who is a patient in Mercy ospltul, does not show much improvu- nent. There will be no regular meeting f Pride of Altoona council, No. J10, Daughters of America, this week be- ause the degree team is going to ohnstown to put on an Initiation. A lumber of the members intend going ilong with the team and they aro equiisted to leave on train No. 25. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas of Pltts- pui-gli spent the past week-end with ifrs. Thomas' parents Mr. and IJrH. S. Gunsalus of OH Franklin avenue. Elwood Gunnaliis of 6U Franklin ivenue and Eugono Tipton ot 600 Bast iarrlsnn avenue, students at Cum- >erlund Valley State College for Teachers in Shlppcnsburg, spent Sunday with their parents. BUCKHCSN Perfect attendance report for October: William Cartwrlght, RuVmond Uean, Triixton Ft'salur, James Fisher, William Klshur, Hoy McAteer, Wll- llum Pulovsky, William Itainer, Del- monl Pattvrsun, Jumea Krlse, William- Frontz, David Luke, Hurry Luke, John Luke, Paul Luke, Kenneth Krise, Betty Curtright, Emma Luke, Ruth Murlutt, Helen Pulovsky. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garner of Mines stopped ut the home of her sister Mra. Elnte Curtright of Huckhorn on their return trip homo from Detroit, Mich. They wore accompanied by Robert Young of South Altoonu. Russell L. Rhodes k-ft last Wednesday for Hurrisburg where he expects to get a position with the state motor patrol. Mr. and Mrs. George Heverley, have been vi.titlng at the Cartright home for some lime. Mr. Heverley took seriously ill 011 Suiuluy evening and was removed to the Altoona hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Currlg and family spent Sunday vi.siling the latter's slater Mrs. Joseph Schyuul 'in Gullltzin. Mr. and Mra. William Ruiner motored to Mineral Point on Sunday. Mr. RtuiK-r is employed there. Robert Leak of Altoona und Burns Fessler were cullers in South Fork on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Metzfc-r of Lakemont were Sunday dinner guests at the homtj ot Mr. and Mrs. Harry l DUNCANSVILLE Th« semi-monthly meeting of the members of the Kuncansvillc Volun' leer Fire company Is scheduled for Friday evening at 8 o'clock In the flre company quarters at the municipal building on Fourteenth street. The annual thank-offering meeting of the missionary societies of the Evangelical Lutheran church -will be held at that church on t:ie coming Sunday evening .it 7.30 o'clock, Instead of the regular evening preaching service. MM. C, A. Troutman of Junia,ta, representing <he Women's Missionary society of the Allegheny synod oC the United Lutheran church, will be the principal speaker of this meeting. Members of the local missionary societies will also participate in the evening's program and the Junior choir of the church will sing. A free-will offering will be received for the missionary societies of the local chnrch. The public Is cordially invited to attend this service, which will be interesting and inspirational. The pastor will preach' at the morning service on a' theme appropriate to Armistice day. Blllle Will, HOD of Mr. and Mrs Brook Wilt, suffered a. painful nose and face injury yesterday morning when he tumbled down the cellar stairs at his home. Medical attention was rendered by the family physician after a careful examination revealed that the nose had not been fractured, and he was reported ''resting as 'comfortably as could be expected. The child wan playing about In the home when ho fell and his acreams brought members of, the family to his aid immediately. Except as noted he escaped serious injury in his tumble. Another meeting ,of the Girls' Re- servo club of the Y. W. C. A., recently organized .In the local public school's w)ll be held tomorrow afternoon beginning at 3 o'clock and lasting 1 until 4. Miss Esther Williams of the Hblll- daysburg- Y. W. C. A., will attend the meeting to give further instruction. All girls attending the local schools aro eligible to Join and they have been urged to do so, as the organization Is a worthwhile one. A number of local women have consented to take an active part In the work of the club. Much Interest is being manifested and a most successful organization is in prospect. The club Is somewhat similar, although on a somewhat more extensive scale, to a club that existed last term among the school girls here. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bruss and son have returned to their home at New Castle, Pa., after spending a few days here at the.home of her father Albert 5. Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schultz have moved from the Kelly property at 1414 Third avenue to the J. E. Carnlll property at 1017 Third avoritie, which wan recently vacated by the family of Arthur Dell. A number of improve- nents were made at the Carnill property during the brief period that it was unoccupied. Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Calvert have re- :urned from their wedding trip to Washington, D. C., and are spending i few days here at the home of her jarents Mr. und. Mrs. George H. Llebe- goU before taking up housekeeping at .heir newly furnished apartment at Eldonido, where they will be at home to their friends next week. Mrs. Calvert will be remembered as Miss Alotta Liebegott, whoso wedding to Mr. Calvert was an event of last week at the local Lutheran church. Work has been started on the foundation for a new dwelling house a short llstano.e went of Duncansvllle, along ;ho William • Penn highway, at the property of A. J. Tingling, recently purchased by him and where an old dwelling was razed. Mr. Yingling )lans the erection of a modern dwell- ng at this time and probably a second •csldence at some time In the future. The property acquired by Mr. Ylryjllng adjoins that of R. L.' Wilt and the residence is being erected to bo In line with four others owned by Mr. Wilt and otherwise conform. In appearance. Favorable progress Is being made .his week on the grading operations )ii th« section of the presson. mountain road west of the Muleshoe culvert and the end of the work is said o be In Might. If the weather is favorable it is hoped to resume concrete louring next week at the west end of .he contract. Mrs. H. a. Seufert of Buffalo, N. Y., has returned to her home after spending the past three weeks at the lomo of h«>r daughter Mrs. A. C. Anderson of North Thirteenth street, iVIIIowbrook, and with relatives at ^ewlstown. , Mrs. Seufert was acc.om- )iinled home by her son Lewis Seufert ind M|HH Lorraine Newton of Basom, N. Y., who motored here for the weekend. Miss Mary Delozier of West Four- .eenth street had for her guests on Tuesday Mra. Howard Peters of Pltts- jurgh and Mrs. Paul Htecklor of Mountain Lake. The voters residing In the First pro- :lni!t of Allegheny township, voting In the Tannery school building, a short dlstaiicn above Duncansvllle, were not so much affected by the off-year elcc- lon on Tuesday an In some other sec- Ions, a total of sixty-three ballots bc- ng cast, many more than was expected.. Interest In the light for road supervisor and school director Is said o have been the signal for the tuning out of the largo number of voters. The board, which was presided over >y George Ott as judge of election, completed the count and the Incidental clerical work und adjourned at 10 o'clock Tuesday night. A. C. Morrow ind Georgj Gearhart were the inspee- ors, while William Lelghty and Samuel Hyle were clerks. Voting was heaviest there during the late afternoon. The members of the Ladies' Aid society of the Evangelic-' Lutheran •hurch held an interesting all-day sew- ng meet at the church yesterday^Mrs. Luther Llebegott and sons Alfred and Elvln spen' the past couple of days visiting with relatives at VHUburgh, accompanying Altoona ('riends on a motor trip to that placo. Miss Carrie Smith, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Charles 3. Smith of Fifth livunue, who recently underwent a serious surgical operation ut the Altoonu hospital, wag brought to her home hero the early part of this week where Bho is recuperating nicely. Miss Smith stood the operation well und recovered rapidly, being permitted to return home sooner than was expected. A program of Improvements, which included an enclosed front porch was recently completed at the residence of Reuben Mountz on Fifth avenue. Edward Eger of Dry Run was circulating among friends at this place on Monday evening. Mru. Ira Keagy of Hollidaysburg was a recent visitor with relatives und friends at this place. For Sale to Close An Eatate The Wm. A. Smith Vunu, two mile* uurtli ut Duiicuiihvllle, Vu., 87 acre*, some timber, balance nice furw land, with Kuud house and outbuilding*. Price U right to close this uut. KKLLI& A. 4JAUJJKN, Agent. Phone 36— U9lllduy»burf, Pa. Adv. rt >. i TYRONE Armistice day In Tyrone will be most fittingly observed, and will be ba patroned by tho Howard Gardner post, American Legion. The annual ceremonies will begin' oh Sunday, Nov. 10, when the post will asseiri&le In the Legion home on West/Tenth street, and proceed In a body to tho Trinity Episcopal church where the rector, Rev. Clifford L. Stanley, will deliver the annual memorial aermoh, Monday, Nov. 11, at 10.30 o'clock!•• a children's matinee of . "Page tho Prince," the 1929 Legion musltal shbw, will open the day's program, In the Wilson theatre. At 3.30 o'clock) tho members of the post will meet at the Legion home and mareh' to the memorial stone at Washington; avenue ind Tenth street. The brief ceremony there will be in cMnrge of Post Commander John Clark. The music will be furnished by tho Legion drum corps. The annual dinner will be served In the Arlington hotel din- Ing rooms, with the speaker of the evening being Hon. Richard W. WH- llo'mson of Huntingdon, representative from this district In the state senate.' Other entertaining .features will mark tho dinner program, ot which Dr. John B. Nason will serve at toastmaster. In the evening following tho dinner, the annual Armistice day dance will be given in the spacious new assembly room' of the Moose building on South Logan avenue. This Is always a most brilliant social function, and brings together tho wives, sweethearts and sisters of tho Leglonalres. Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, tho 1929 musical show will be given in .tire Wilson theatjfe, making a pretty full four days' program for the ex-soldiers and their friends. Sarah Elizabeth Dysart tent No. 18, Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil., war, held a very enjoyable and profitable meeting In the 1 Grand Army of the Republic hall with Mrs. Margaret Schwlng, of Johnstown, the department president, being the honor guest. Mrs. Schwing made known that Hho had been made national guide at the national convention held recently at Portland, Maine. Mrs. Schwing possesses a very pleasing personality and tho large number present were benefited by her visit to Tyrone. Mrs. Palsgrove and Mrs. Davis of Clara Barton tent, No. 22, of Altoona, were also guests of the local- tent on this, occasion. Comrade Sharp was a member of and arranged many of the meetings of the tent. The daughters are feeling very keenly the loss of the comrades. Comrades Bbokhamer and Kaup are also members • of tent 18. The home talent play "Clubbing a Husband." to be given by the Young Ladles' Aid society of tho First Presbyterian church lii the Y. M. C. A., tomorrow evening, promises to give an evening brimming full of entertainment and laughter. Many clever specialty numbers will be Interwoven in :he rollicking comedy drama.\Some of Tyrone's very best talent is Included n the cast and all patrons are assured an evening of varied diversion. The Bible class of Mrs. E. W. Stine will hold a masquerade party in the social hall of the church this evening. The members of the class may take a guest. A good time Is anticipated and business of importance will be trans> acted. ' The stores, banks and business houses will remain blosed all day on Monday. This; holiday was decided upon at the meeting of the merchants and clerks held during the early, spring. The closing Will give the merchants" and their helpers a full two days' Vacation ''to enjoy aa they fnost desire. , The Red Cross drive,, ia scheduled to open formally In . Tyrone on Monday, ':Nov. 11, but a most delightful preliminary .'social feature of the Fourth ward .drive workers Waf thoroughly enjoyed at the Arlington hotel Tuesday, evening, when Captain H. H. Magdovltz of the Fourth ward entertained his group of workers at a full course chicken dinner • at 6 o'clock. The delicious menu aided very materially In helping the workers get their plans all in readiness for the Intensive drive, opening on Monday next. The persons fortunate endugh to be assisting with the drive In the Fourth ward and incidentally to enjoy the delightful , hospitality of Captalh Magdovitz are Mrs. Raymond Hagerman, Miss Sophia Little, Dorothy Rupert, Mrs. Lucy Payne, Mrs, Fred Giles and Mrs. Catherine Klenzle. The Young Ladles' Aid society of tho Presbyterian church has not, for a long time, offered the public anything in tho way of entertainment, but they now have in preparation a little play called "Clubbing a Husband." This play, despite the title, Is not a blood-thirsty melodrama, but a highly amusing comedy of feminist origin, full of clever situations and abounding in witty dialogues. The servant problem, the race problem, the neighbor problem, the precocious child problem, tho problem of feminine independence and tha old, old truism that "It's different when it hoppena to you" -are all amusingly portrayed, with the surprises at' the end providing just the proper climax. This sparkling comedy will b'e presented, at the Y. M,, C. A. on Friday evening, Nov. 8. Tho Senior Loyal Temperance Legion will meet in the Y. M. C. A, this evening at 7 o'clock. All members are urged to be present promptly. ,' The monthly meeting of the Loyalty class of the First '. Lutheran Sunday school has been changed to, Nov. 16. Members will please note the change of date. " Princess Rahme »'Haidar, presented her first of the series of three lectures before a large and Very appreciative audience in the assembly room of the First Methodist Sunday school building last evening, .Her .message on this occasion was an intimate resume of the living conditions and the customs of the Holy land. This evening "The Miracle of Naaman, the Syrian," a: clever dramatization .of the Biblical story; will be the feature, while tomorrow evening, "Gems of the East," moving pictures taken especially for her own use, .will be thrown upon the screen, along with' 'an impressive dramatization of that beautiful'' story of love and religion, ,with an elaborate Palestinian wedding, • "Ruth and Naomi," will be presented; -No admission is charged for these very unusually .interesting and educational pro- grtfms, and a very cordial invitation is extended to all that attend. ELDORADO Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Imler of Osterburg were week-end 'guests, of Mr. arid Mrs. William Black of 849 Fifty- seventh street. •» Mrs. R. H. Tressler of 417 Fifty- seventh street and Mrs. 'Josephine 3'Donncl of 412 Fifty-seventh street ast week enjoyed a .trip to Baltimore and points of interest i«nearby, and were the guests of Mr. ."and Mrs. Raymond Clement, former 'residents of Eldorado. ' Before returning home, Mrs. O'Donnel will visit .with rela- .ives in Wllliamsport and Pine, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Miller of Broad Avenue extension and Fifty-niiUh street entertained during.'the 1 weekend Mr. Miller's brother Hobart Mil- 'ler, and daughter Louise of Newark, N. J.,',and.a brother-in-law T. V. Hunter of Fort Wayne, Ind. The semi-monthly' meeting of the Eldorado baby clinic will be held Friday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock in the Eldorado school building. A.good attendance is desired. Mr. and Mrs.' C. G, Donovan of 544* Fifty-third street have returned homo after a trip to Baltimore an.d Washington, D. C. While in Baltimore Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Donovan attended a, college football game. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Korff, former residents of Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Baker and children Allen and Margaret of Alexandria were callers at the home of E. M. Bafter of 553 Fifty-seventh street on Sunday. Miss Mary Campbell and John Campbell, both of Cleveland, O., motored to tho home of their parents Mr, and Mrs, A. C. J. Campbell of 315 Fifty- seventh street on Saturday, return- Ing to Cleveland, overland, Sunday. They were accompanied by Miss Mary Smith, A. J. Hllger, Howard Wesley and A. Osterly. Miss Virginia Logue and classmate Miss Bella Lakey, students- in the Indiana State Teachers' college, Indiana, were week-end guests at -the home of Miss Logue's parents Mr. and Mrs.- W. M. Logue of 212 Pennsylvania street. The Kuppa Delta class of tho Bethany Lutheran Sunday school met at the home of their teacher Mrs. J. W. Moody, jr., of 5301 Fourth avenue, Friday evening und enjoyed a Hallowe'en party. Miss Kathryn Morris received' the prize for the best costume, representing "Tiny Tim," and Miss Ethel Leo and Miss Irene Wecsl were splendid in their role of Maggie and Jiggs. Those present were Misses Caroline Eckels, Lillian Bryner, Mary Fitzgerald and nephew Gene, Irene Weest, Ethel Lee, Violet Morris, Kathryn Morris, Tlioru Han T son und Thelma Botteicher. On Thursday evening in the P. O. S. of A. hall, the P. O. of A. was organized with thirty-one members, and officers were installed as follows:Past president, Mrs. S. G. Hartsock; assistant pust president, Mrs. Parks; president, Mrs. W. M. Logue;. assistant president, Mrs. Hirst; vice president, Maude Smith; assistant vice president, Mrs. Ammerman; recording secretary, Mrs. Alverda Good; assistant recording secretary, Mrs. Stiffitr; financial secretary, Mrs. Frank Bigelow; treasurer, Ada Barr; conductor, Mrs. Spitz; assistant, Mrs. McCracken; guard, Mrs. Clapper; sentinel, Mrs. Fleck; chaplain, Mrs. John Wagner; colorTbearers, Helen Lecrone, Gertrude Brumbaugh, Mary Hippo and Mrs. Nettie Smith. The installing of- ilcers and the district deputy, Mrs. Minnie Muttern, were present from AStoona lodges. The f. O. of A. will meet the first and third Thursday evenings of every month at 7.30 o'clock in the P. O. S. of A. hull, Sixth avenue and Fifty-seventh street. The meeting will be hejd tomorrow evening and all members are urged to be WILLIAMSBURG Borough council held iU monthly meeting, on Monday evening In the council room on Plum street-with President W. H. Holsinger in the chair and the following members present: Calvin Treese,.Aden H. Smith, J. K. Morrison and .Dr. R. R. Whittaker. Bllla in the' water, borough, street and police departments to the amount of $1,330.22 were read and ordered paid. The treasurer reported $10,717.25 in the treasury at the close of business on Monday. h Several reports were read by the secretary and ordered flled. A communication was road from J. F. Eastep concerning w.ater seemingly flowing down over his lot, etc. The street commissioner was. present and stated the caso was not the borough's but the township's to remedy. The tax collector reported a balance on the 1928 duplicate of $139.59 and. a' balance on the 1929 duplicate of $1,424.01. A motion was carried to have the street commis- sioner'put "Keep to the Right" signs on the four>sides of the cannon monument, flag pole, and no-u-turn .sign at the southern end 1 of High street. After a discussion concerning retain* ing or dismissing the police, as iper the agreement two months ago, it was moved by Smith and seconded by Whittaker to retain or employ John Traxler as policeman at $100 per month. No other business to come before the council, it adjourned to meet again the first Monday of December. H. J. Ketner was called to Hamburg on Su,nday evening because of the death of his father W. A. B. Ketner. His father had suffered a stroke in May, 1928, and another followed shortly after, he being con- lined to his bed since the first stroke. The service was held at Hamburg Wednesday morning and burial made there. The Young'Ladies' cjass of the Reformed Sunday school will hold a sauer kraut supper in the social hall of the church on West Third street oh Friday evening from 5 to 7 o'clock. Public patronage is requested. David Batzel and Bernard Brumbaugh were recent visitors with friends In Lewistown. . Mr. and Mrs. George • Rorabaugh of Altoona -visited Sunday with Miases Sue and Agnes Clabaugh of First street. Key. and Mrs. L. K. Ziegler of West Third street were called to Hatfteld, near Philadelphia, Monday morning because of the death of Rev. Ziegler's father, who died at 1.10 a. nf. after a week's illness attributed to heart disease. The Interment \ as made this afternoon in the Hatfield Church of the Brethren cemetery. The young people's meeting of the Lutheran parish held on Monday evening in £ion'a Lutheran church was well attended. Rev. R. J. Wolf of Philadelphia was the speaker. Miss Sara Replogle of.-the New Enterprise Church of the Brethren and formerly missionary to India, delivered a fine message on Sunday morning at the Church of the Brethren Worship service. The services in the Church of the Brethren that were to have started last evening, continuing until Sunday when the love feast will b'e administered, will not be held due to the pastor, Rev. L. K. Ziegler, having been called away to Hatfleld because of the death of his father. On Tuesday there were 495 votes cast in Williamgburg, 291 In precinct No. 1 and 204 in precinct No.. 2. Howard Gorsuch of East Fourth street was admitted to one of the hospitals in Altoona .'on Monday for :reatment. Mr. Gorguch has beep ia ill health for quite a while. for Sole: A new Kitchen Cabinet and BELLWOOD • * Logan Valley Grange, No. 664 P. of H., will meet 'In regular session, Saturday, Nov. 9, at 7.30 p. m., in Grange home, East tyam street. The following special program has been arranged to be given at the displaying of the KTellogg "Peace Pact Poster,", presented by Jacob H. Taylor for use; in the Grange-hornet Singing, "America," by -tha Grange; scripture reading and prayer, by the chaplain; "The Message of Peace," Mrs. C. 'A. Craine; recitation, "The Red, White and BlUeV' Gerald Cox; "Peace Over tho Earth," Mrs. -H. B. Stephens; "America, .We t Salute You," 'Max Blngman;-. "Rearmament," Alfred Cherry; song, Elizabeth' and Ruth Gwin; "The Wine Press," T. B.' Hunter; recitation, "Hats . Off, the Flag Goes By," Gail Cox; oration,! "The Message of Youth," Louis Blng- man; "America, We Salute You" No. 2, Robert Craihe; singing, "America, the Beautiful," by Grange; "Women Welcome Peace," Mrs, & .R. Cox; recitation, Elizabeth Gwin; "The Flag of Peace," Mrs. Harry Blngman; "Work for Peace," Worthy Master H. R. Gwin; unveiling of poster, Elizabeth Gwin and Gerald Cox; recitation, Harlan Cox; address, Rey. L. B. Wilson; singing, "Peace Hymn of the World," by Grange; humorous selections, Max Blngman; "A Prayer for the Old'U. S.," incturerj-benedlc* tlon. ' Mary .Ellen Tennis entertained at her home a Hallowe'en party Monday evening. Those -present wer6 John Dillen, Paul Lynn, Wallace Burket, Raymond Frazier, Verna, Root, Robert Clark, Martha Nearhoof, Herbert Laird, Helen Keller, Virginia Hostler, Claria Hardy, Harry Igon, Mildred Vandevander, John Cornmesser, ;V Lillian , Hostler, Elva Deaner, Virginia Markle, Ray Garver, .Lewis McFallB, Almeda Markle, Harry Miller, Olive Laird, Francis Dillen, Ermine Hamer, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bland, Buddie Bland, Junior Tennis, Jane Ubil, Mrs. Margaret Ubll, Mrs. Tennis. Games and various other Hallowe'en • amusements were enjoyed after which > dainty luncheon was served. The Dorcas class of the Methodist church will hold their monthly meeting In the church. A covered dish luncheon will be served. All members are urged to attend. The meeting is scheduled for 7.30 o'clock Thursday evening, --,.-Mrs, Maude Miller Enders of Lewis>town is a guest at the home of her sister Mrs. H. -Wi Rehm, Main street. Mrs. Enders spent her girlhood days in Bellwood. The Gleaners class of the Church of the Brethren Sunday school will meet Friday night at the home of Mrs. Ora McFalls.. , • The 'Win-One class of the United Brethren Sunday school will hold its monthly meeting at the home of 'the president, Miss Letitia • Gensman, North Third street, this evening at 7.30. All members are urged to be present. A covered dish luncheon will be serveoV The -ladles of the Church of the Brethren 'will hold a bake sale Saturday morning in the Bellwood furniture store. Cakes, pies, bread, buns, cookies, candy and so forth will be on sale and. public patronage will be appreciated. Chapel exercises of the Bellwood High school will be held in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium Friday morning at 9 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to the public to be present at these exercises. The program follows: Music i High School Orchestra Singing, '.'America" .......' School Devotional Ex-erclses..F. A. Hamilton Singing—"God of Our Fathers",School Reading—"Lova of Country," Eleanor Cornmesser Vocal Solo—"Don't • Bite the Hand • That's Feeding You".. .Susan Hirsch Selection .Orchestra Play—"Signing the Peace 'Pact," High School Student Singing—Popular Wartime Songs, i School School Paper. • < Kipling's Recessional, •'Girls' Glee Club, s'olo part by Helen Smith. • . _- . Poems—"Flanders Field" and "I Have a Rendezvous With Death," Agnes Steele "America for Me," Boys' Glee Club, solo by Harold Troxell. "Till .We Meet Again," Boys' Glee Club, solo by Barton Bland. ' • Special Feature. Address—"World Peace," -Rev. L. E. Wilson Selection Orchestra The Gleaners class of the Church of the Brethren will meet Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank McFalle.' All members are asked to attend and bring something for the basket, A BRIGHT SHINING NEW STORE COOK'S MARKET, MAIN ST. Announce Their Affiliation With The "CLOVER FARM"STORES" A national organization of Feed Merchants with supervised service and values and that friendly attention that only your awn borne merchants can (five you. We.feel sure that the price values and the quality of "Clover Farm' merchandise will greatly Interest all of our customers and we cordially Invite all the people of the community to rive us a trial. SPECIALS FOB FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOV. 8 AND 9 Just arrived! 1'lenty of good old homemade "Bauer Kraut," made from Danish Seed Cabbage, the old fashioned way. , S Ibs. for 26c. Bring your bucket. S lb. roll Oleo 68c Baby Veggy 1'eoches, lieuvy ' *£•"!> 3 cans 60o 4» tbs. PiUsbury Flour, cotton ' sack $2-2u 25 Ibs. SUJTUP, cotton sack $i.ia Mllk .8 cans ?5c Cured ~~ JUNIATA Juniata Grange, No. ,889, Patrons' ot Husbandry, will meet this evening at 7.30 o'clock.. The. third and fourth degrees . will be conferred and a social hour Will be enjoyed. The ladles-are rtqiiested § to '.bring ; craokers, sandwiches, coffee, butter and milk. ,; Mr, and Mrs. Sobert Kearney of 108 .West Tenth avenue are happy over the arrival of a.flfle baby boy. He ia the first., child In" the family, the ydung man was born Tuesday morning, Oct. 29,. and tt ge.ttlrtg along nicely. .Mrs. Kearney was formerly Miss Bertha Nor'ris, the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Walter Notris, of the .above number. ''The Rosebud "'class.'of the Wesley :Memorlal Methodist Sunday school will meet this evening at the home of Miss Sara .Way, 1417 Eighth avenue at 8 o'clock. All members are ttrged to be present. ' The Onward -and Upward class of tho First Methodist Sunday school 'will hold a masquerade party this evening at the home of Miss Frances Him- melsbaugh, -613 Third avenue. Miss Hlmmelsbaugh and Mrs. Edgar Eastep wljl be the hostesses and every, member -Is Invited to come and bring a friend. The : party will begin at 8 o'clock. •. 1LYSWEN .The. members of the Ladles' Aid society and their families of the Ward Avenue Presbyterian church gave a masquerade Hallowe'en party Monday evening in^the flre hall at Lakemont Terrace. The ; hall was- decorated for the occasion- and the • masqueraders Came in costumes' of every description and a merry good time was enjoyed in playing games ^arid Bother amusements in keeping with the season. At the close of the evening refreshments wt served to sixty-four guests. Gwin Madarav spent last Satxirday visiting in Clearfleld, Miss Virginia Clapper delightfully entertained a number of her friends Wednesday evening at a Hallowe'en party at her home, 117 Logan avenue. The large garage was decorated for the occasion with leaves , jack-o'-lanterns and other emblems, of Hallow- e'en. A splendid -good time was en- joy3d and'delicious refreshments were served to twenty-fife' guests.' - Mi3S Martha Turhley of Harrisburg is, spending a'few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fluke of Wordsworth avenue. , .-Mr. and Mrs. George Hoover spent a few days recently visiting with their son, who is a student at the American university at Washington, D. C. ME. and Mrs. Ross Davis of Aldrlch avenue spent several days recently visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Benner in Swissvale. Mrs. William McCullough entertained the members of her club Monday evening at her home, 203 Whittier avenue. - The time was enjoyed playing bridge and delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. The Ladies' Aid society of the Llyswen Methodist church will hold a sauer kraut and baked bean supper Thursday evening in the festaKhall from 5 until 9 o'clock. v Miss Fannie Eichelberger spent Sunday visiting with friends in Osceola Mills. Paul Clapper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clapper of 113 Logan avenue, underwent an operation at the Altoona hospital Friday morning and he is getting along nicely. W. A. Ernest of 207 Coleridge avenue spent the latter art of the week with a party of friends on a hunting trip in Huntingdon county. William Hartman of the Llyswen market and Harry Hartman and Clyde Hartman spent ,the latter part .of the week hunting in Bedford county. Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Smith of Newport, Pa., and Mrs. Nelle A. Purdy of Youngstown, O., were recent guests at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Ross Davis of Aldricti avenue. Mrs. William Hallman'pleasantly entertained ( the members of her ,club Friday evening at- her home,- 301 Logan avenue. The time was spent in playing 500 and refreshments were served by the hostess. ROARING SPRING u _ r Opening of the big celebration in Morrisons, cove will be on Saturday when the .Murray Applemari post of the American Legion of 'Roaring . ng will stage a carnival 'in, the | William Dick garage on Girard avenue, and.continue throughout the day. The dance in ,th'e evening will be tha annual legion affair, and everybody is invited to attend. On Monday, the final day's celebration will be staged, with the opening of the day's events at noon with a trap shoot in .charge of the Shawnee Conservation association at Athletic park. The event will be held in connection with the j Legion. celebration, and every spprts- man in the county is invited to par! ticipate. Following, the trap shoot l the Legion grid squad will stage a contest on the Athletic field with one of the county's strongest opponents. , J-he evening celebration will begin with the annual banquet of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Ladies' Aid society of the St, Luke's Lutheran church will serve tho banquet in the spacious dining hall of the new Lutheran Sunday school building. All members of the American Legion and all Veterans of Foreign Wars and their sweethearts and wives are urged to attend the banquet. Following the banquet the mammoth parade of tho celebration will be formed and the principal streets of the borough will be traversed. Michael W. Reffner, president of the Taylor township school board and active in the affairs of the schools of i that jurisdiction, spent some time during the past month in visiting the schools and addressing the students who have, during th,e past, agreed to Homemade free Delivery. Plione Adv. MARTINSBURG Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzker of Cheater and John Metzker of Riverside, N. J., visited aj. the home of Messra. Metzkers' aunt Mrs. Elizabeth Paul from Friday evening until Sunday. Chester Graul of Punxsutawney, another nephew, spent Sunday at the same home. Rev. J. S. Cook, pastor of the Brethren church, returned home on Friday evening, just three weeks from the time he left to hold evangelistic, meetings new . Washington College, Tenn. As an immediate result of the work, fourteen were received 'Into the church and tifty or more consecrations pledged. KENWOOD Class No. 9 of Greenwood United Brethren -church, of which Mrs. M 1 . O. Chronister is teacher, will meet this evening at 7.30 and as officers are to be elected; every number is urged to been 1 "-- the instructors of the schools for the month of schgol ending Sept. 30: East bharpsburg, Mattie Slick, teacher, boys, 79; girls, 100; Plum Creek, H. C. Dick, teacher, boys, 98; girls 98- Mount Pleasant, Polly Haffley, teacher, boys, 99; girls., 98; Cowajn primary, ?n rnac< X C , owan ' teache r. boys, 96; girls, 100; Oak Grove, Elsie Carper, teacher, boys, 98; girls, 96; Albright, Thelma Steward, teacher, boys, 97; girls, 97; Skyles, <Laura Golden, teacher, boys, 88; girls, 88; Cowan grammar, John Wareham, teacher, boys, 85; girls, 99; Walters, Grace Snowberger, teacher, boys, 95; girls; 98; Ore Hill, Freida Slick, teacher, boys, 94; gjrls. 97. This record which was submitted to the board of- directors at the past meeting was greatly appreciated and the students commended for the attendance average'held. • KOA1UNG SPRING THEATBE Tim McCoy In "THE OVERLAND TELEGRAPH" ';jJi;rM>ju»r|Mt," ail talfeiu^ vwnedy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kearney .ot 108 West Tenth avenue ate happy over the .arrival, of a flne baby boy. The youngster was born Tuesday, Oct. 29, and will be named Robert Sheldon. Mrs. Kearney was formerly Miss Bertha. Norris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Norris of th« abby'e'"addresB. A "Jiggs" dinner and'supper .will be held in the lecture room'of tho First Methodist church on . fViday. The For\vard Movement Blble ; class of the Sunday sttiool will, sponsor the dinner and supper arid a large- crowd ia expected. : •••.'• ••.'•• •• •••• The Glad U Kuni .Class of Trinity Lutheran Sunday schodl held a mas- querade'party Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. J. S. Wills, 1630' Fifth avenue. The guest enjoyed the evening, and .the hostess was assisted in serving--a -dainty luncheon by Mrs. David Veit. Those present were Mrs. Harry E. Norris, Mrs. Robert Flenner, Mrs. R. M. Leonard, Mrs. Walter Sperl, Mrs. J, R. Fetters, Mrs. C. E. Thompson, Mrs. J. H. Wood, Mra. J. M. Ritchey, Mrs. Harry Piper, Mrs. C. W. Moffltt, Misses Katharyn Bratton, Bessie Roland, Vesta Mangus, Harriet Prosser. Guests were Mrs, W. B. Lefford, Mrs, O. H. Aichelmann, Mrs: Edgar ifeck and Mra. Raymond Reigh. The U Go I Go'class of the, Presbyterian Sunday school will meet this evening in the church 'parlor. Mrs. L. H. Shaffer, Mrs. W. W. Nattcarjbw and Mrs. C. W. Nelson- will' be the 'hostesses and a good attendance is urged. The L. L. L; class of Trinity Lutheran church will hold a soup sale tomorrow from 11 a. ni.' until 1 p. m. iri Trinity hall. The members who expect to donate Ingredients for the soup will please send same to Mrs. 'L. E. Park, 703 Fifth avenue, or Sirs. F. A. Fuoss, 720 Fifth avenue. The Nota Bene Mission circle of the 1 * First Methodist church wi:i meet this ^evening'in the church.- A good at,- teridance is urged. The Emanuel BJble class of the First Methodist Sunday-school will meet-this evening at the home of Mrs^ Ira Brought, "202 Eleventh avenue. The members are urged to be present. The Ladies' Bible class of the Wesley Memorial Methodist Sunday school will meet Friday evening'at the home of Mrs. C. J. Kepher, 1305 Fourth avenue. All members are urged to be present.. ' • The Juniata Soldier, Sailor and Marine club will meet in regular session this evening at 8-o'clock in' the Rogers. No. 1 fire hall. All members are urged to be present as business of importance will '• j transacted. The G. G. club will be entertained this evening at the 'home of Mi's. W. H. Yoder, 8U Second street. Special meetings preparatory to the special evangelistic meetings are'being 1 held each night this week at the Grace Evangelical church. In Monday night a special meeting for boys was held. This was a success and well attended. Tuesday evening the. officers of the Sunday .school and church, together with the Sunday, school teachers met for a,conference and a re-consecratory meeting. Wednesday was marked as a special meeting of prayer. On Thursday three cottage prayer m.eetings will be held at 7.30 o'clock. For the young people, at the home of Miss Jean Kochenderfer at 114 Ninth avenue, for the women, at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Frain at 111 Ninth avenue for the men, at the parsonage Third street. A good attendance expected at these cottage meetings. Friday will be observed as visiting night when calls will be made to the homes of those who have no church connection. Donald Croyle, who has been ill at his home at 305 Tenth avenue for the past month, is now able to be about. Don is one of the active members of Boys Scout troop No. .44 and has been much missed by his fellow scouts. MHIer oonl,' $3.75 ton. v ' , White ash, $4.50 ton. Genuine screened Madison, $5.00 ton. Phono 3-2793. Junlutit Ice and Coal Co. Adv. r. and , venue; / fit 911 I nee is.-^\ ptin&H. *••. Juniata Market Specials for Friday and .Saturday. Potatoes, No. 2, Per Bu. 85c Pk. 22c Apples, Smokehouse, Bushel .......... .$2.50 Tokay Grapes, per lb.. . ,10c Coffee, Our Special, 3 Ibs. . . . .;. .••." $1.00 Oriiickshank Catsup, 8 Ounce Bottle 15c Old Fashion Buckwheat, 5 It). Sack . .35c Royal Balking Powder, Large Size 49c One Pound Assorted Cakes and Rubber Apron, Regular Value 75c 43c Virginia Dare Macaroni, 3 Pkgs 25c Soup Beans, Hand Picked, 2 Ibs. . . . r 25c Sausage, Country,. Per Pound ,..,...,,.29c Pork Loin, Ham or Shoulder End, lb 32c FREE DELIVERY DIAL 4108 JUNIATA MARKET CO. - 711 4th • Ave. THE BETTER PLACE TO BUY FOOTWEAR AT LOWER PRICES. Our friends tell us they can do better here. '' J, raws Phone 2-6276 7th St. & 4th Ave., Juniata. FAMOUS Restaurant BETTER FOOD / AT? LOW KB. H-B1CES Nexl to Mountain City

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