Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 7, 1929 · Page 37
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si.* TH& AT,TOON A MIKK.OR—THURSDAV, NOVEMBER ?, 1929 BEDFORD P. N'. Rlaaer, jr. a Senior at Mercersburg Academy and his friend Frank King of Philadelphia, also a student of MercerSburg Academy were guests over the week-end with Mr. Rlsser's , parents of "Demacratic Hill." Rev. ,4nd' Mrs. Harry Saul, sort and daughter of Altoona were visiting friends in Bedford last week. Miss Agnes treasure of North Richard street spent the week-end with her frl»nd Dr. Mary Mentzer, John Brlce returned this,.week fft>m Baltimore, Md., where he was a judge at a dog trial. ' • • Austin Wright of Bast Penn street, who is a student at Harvard, spent the spe Ho week-end wltJi his parents Hon. and Mrs. . . Anson Wright. Hon. J. Anson Wright is much improved since his operation at John Hopkins hospital. Mrs. D. S. Alslp is .confined to her home on Juliana .Heights, by illness. Dorsey Wagner is again confined to the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner. D. Raymond Smith, who had been confined to his home for several months on account Of an automobile accident, is much improved and able to be about. Quite a bit of progress has. been made on the Sunday school building of the Trinity Lutheran church. The contraction is expecting to. place it : under roof within the next week. This will mean that it will be ready for use some time after the first of the year. George Goodrich, a student at Mercersburg Academy, spent the weekend with his parent Colonel and Mrs. GoodY'ich. • , Harry Robinson attended " Cplonel Westbrooks dinner party Saturday at " Penn-Alto in Altoona in honor of Colonel's 86th birthday. Mr. Robln- sOn, bettev known to the people in Bedford as *'Pappy," will celebrate his 86th birthday in March. Miss'Ann Cessna of South Juliana street spent the week-end in Pittsburgh visiting Miss Helen McPherson, who was a classmate at Indiana State Teachers' college. Miss Dorothy Van Ormer, a student at Highland hall, Hollidaysburg, spent , the week-end with Betty Troth of Sharon, also a student at Highland -hall. : . . • The leaders of the Bedford and Everett Scout troops have arranged . to stage a Scout rally on Saturday, Nov. 9, for the boys of their troops. It will be similar to a field day, with Scout contests and games and a number of athletic contests, rescue race; knot-tying, fire building, 'potato race, tracking, flre by friction, compass tests, Scout pace, ' Algn> language, b'road jump, relay, 50-yard dash for boys under 115 pounds, 60-yard dash for boys over 115 pounds, 100-yard dash, and a game of capture the flag between the troops of Bedford and Everett while the scores are being complied. The Scouts of these troops are looking forward to this rally with much interest and are preparing to do their very best oh the field. It is the * first event of the kind to be held in this vicinity. Trinity Lutheran church is at present time without a young people's organization. Seeing the need and •feeling the urgency of such an organization, steps are being taken to form one. A committee has been organized and a date arranged for the -consummation of this plan. -Nov. 10 at 6.30 p. m. the young people of our church are asked to b,e present in the junior Sunday school room for the purpose_of organizing a Luther league ._ . the Lutheran .church whereby it takes care of the young folks. It is in no way radically different f*om the Christian Endeavor, having in mind Lutheran teachings and doctrines rather jhan those emphasized by the Chris- tfan Endeavor. Parents are asked to keep this date in mind and urge their ( children to attend this meeting. It Is to be understood this society will be strictly an organization- for young folks and run as far as possible by them. The Young People's Missionary society of the Trinity Lutheran. church is busily engaged preparing for a bazaar to be held Nov., 26 and 27 in the Bedford ga'rage. They will have many articles of wearing apparel which will make useful Christmas .gifts. Don't miss this opportunity to secure some of your gifts and support a good cause, Mrs. H. J. Pleacher, 'Mrs. Lloyd Hinkle, Mrs. Emma Souser and Mrs. Margaret Deflhaugh attended the missionary convention of the Juniata con. ference at Mount Union, Nov. 1. Miss Laura Gilliland, a missipnary, who,is at present time on furlough in this county, spoke at the evening session last week. .. • • ' POPLAR Arthur Carruihers of Lilly spent Ihe week-end at the horns of Mr. and Mt-s. W. H. Kunswan. Rev. and J . C. E. Berkey Of Newry were entftrtalned Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. John Boyley of Portage vi.sited felatlves and friends at Knob Run oh Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hlte and children and Irwln Hite of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Chamberlain and children of Martinsbiirg spent Suhday. at the home of-Mr, and- Mrs. J. C. Hite. Mrs. Mary Horvath and son Frank were 1 recent visitors In Portage. Carl Wilt was circulating among Duncarisville friends last Friday. H. E. Newingham and J. C. Johnston of Hollidaysburg were visitors in this vicinity oh Wednesday. Mr.' and Mrs. J. C. Wilt, Mrs. Lottie Leigh ty .and Miss' Elmira Leigh ty of this place, Mrs. Laura Yeckley and son Edwin of Dry Run were guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Lelghty of Duncansville. Frank Maher of 'East Freedom was a visitor for several days during the last week at the home of his son jharles Maher and family. Mrs. Harry Rltchey and sons Donald and Alton, Mn and Mrs. .S. G. Wilt spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Musselman of Greenwood. • • Frank Horwath, Mr. and Mrs. James Ritchey and daughter Thelma, Miss Marld Hazenstab of Maripnsville were County capital visitors on Wednes- NEW PARIS day. D. S. Vernon Luther league. The is the organization of 1- A S t\ Bpwser and sons Harry and and Omar Haztett of Blue Knob and James RltcheyNrf Marions- ville spent Friday and Saturday hunting in Mifflln county. Mrs. Margaret-Cochran of . Maple Hollow and a number of friends were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Delhi of Knob Run. The farm visited is the birthplace of Mrs. Cochran and the home of her girlhood. Malcolm : Ritchey and family of Mar- ionsville spent Saturday evening and Sunday in East Freedom at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Qtt> Mrs. Martha Dougherty and son James and Michael Delhi of Knob Run, Mrs. H. H. Echard, Miss Mabel Dougherty and Henry Moyer of Marionsville were county capital visitors on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. James Ritchey, Thelma Jean, Donald and Marie Hazenstab of Marionsville spent. Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Long and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rltchey of Blue Knob. . Mrs. Aaron .Delhi and son • James .Delhi of KnOb Run were visitors on Thursday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. James. McGough and family, of Port• Mrs. Harry Frazier and mother Mrs. John Piper of near Marionsville spent the week-end with relatives and friends at Lakemont. Charles Reimer of Knob Run was an early part of the week visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martz of Roaring Spring. --' . • Miss Mary Horwath of Sylvan Hills spent Saturday evening and Sunday with her mother Mrs. Mary Horwath. Howard Hlte was circulating among friends in Newry on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reimer of Knob Run spentjFriday with relatives in the Mountain City. Mrs. Matthew Himes and daughter Mrs. Joseph Altmanshoffer of Marions- ville were visitors recently with Duncansville friends. Malcolm Ritchey was a caller Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Himes of Hollidaysburg. Raymond Lingenfelter and William Rhodes of East Freedom, Milton Rltch- ey of Blue Knob, Albert Snyder of Dry Run, Dan and John Moses of Newry, James Feathers of East Freedom, R. D., J. V. Ferry, David Learner and Frank Tremel of Altoona were visitors in Marionsville during the week. W. H. Kunsman and children Joseph and Vecneitta and Arthur Carruthers enjoyed -a motor trip to Huntingdon on The series or»meetings held In the Methbdist fihuteh for the past ten days closed with Sunday evening's service. ReV. W. L. Phillips delivered a fine serhion on "Abstain From All Appearance Of Evil.*' The C. T. N. class of girls sang two selections. Before closing, the pastor announced that a series of meetings would begin in the Meethodlst church at Manns Choice 'on Thursday evening, Nov. 1. All are in- vlte'd and welcome. Mr/ ahd Mrs. N. F. Richards motored to Johnstown on Sunday and spent a pleasant day .visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Richards. , '..' Rev. and MrS. W. L. Phillips spent some time In town on Sunday afternoon and were entertained to supper at the home Of Mr. and -Mi's. Daniel Hejman. The Willing Woi-kers Bible class of the Evangelical church school met on Thursday-.evening at the parsonage, the home of Rev. and Mrs. T. O. Fuss. A study and talk w,ith explanation on the Sunday school lessohj "Making Effective the,will of the Community," given by Rev. Fuss, was very interesting and .appreciated. This waa followed by a reading, ."The Master's Touch." A social hour was spent, while the hostess served a delicious luncheon to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. William B. S'hoenthal, Mr. and Mrs. John Benna. Mr. and Mrs. Chafles Stultz and family, Mrs. Harry RbUSer and. daughter, Mrs. Ralph Mitchell and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dobson, Rev. and Mrs. T. ,O. Fuss and son Byron, Miss Ruth Benna, Dorothy and LaVern Bowen, Bennet Shoenthal arid Leroy Benna. Arthur Shoenthal, after spending over four weeks here with relatives and assisting as clerk_ in his uncle's store during his illness, returned to the home of his mother, Mrs. William C. Knavel of Rummel on Saturday. His uncle, W. J. Shoenthal is improved sufficently to be able to take up his dutieq in his store again. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goebert and daughter Kitty Lou of Johnstown were calling in town on Friday and spent some time at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Helman. Principal L. S. Swartz of New Paris High school spent from Friday evening until Monday morning -at the homes of relatives ^and friends at Wll- liamsport. . Rev. Bush and Herbert Otto of Wilkinsburg were spending a few days here hunting- They were over night visitors at Hie home of Mrs. Otto's mother, Mrs. Ellie Otto, and were supper guests on Saturday evening with the latters's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Mock. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kerr and daughters • Geraldine", Mildred, Margaret Jean and Doris of Johnstown arrived here on Saturday morning at the home of Mrs. Kerr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Cuppett, to spend a few days. They also visited Mr. Kerr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr, living west of town. Mrs. H. I. Shoenthal, Miss Mildred ALUMJ5ANK Rev, and Mrs. Edward Porter left here on Saturday afternoon for Hollidaysburg where they visited their son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bice. On Sunday morniftg Rev. Porter went from Ms daughter's home to Cherry Tree where he preached morning and evening in the Methodist church. Mrs. W. A. McGregor Is on the sick list.' Her granddaughter Mrs. Waldo Barkhelmer of HollldaVsburg, cared for her a few days. John bldham and family, who have been In Warren all summer, where Mr k Oldham Is employed, spent- the latfpr part of the week with their parents. Mrs. Allie McVlcker of Wlndber was a visitor In town on Friday. . Mayberry Smith of Wlndber, and Mr. and Mrs. Coward Barefoot of Johnstown visited their mother Mrs. J. B. Smith. Christian Grief, who Is employed near Windbeivls spending a few days with his family here. Foster Miller and family of Johnstown were week-end visitors of Oscar Clark and family. John McDonald of Lovely had a paralytic stroke on Friday and was in a serious condition for a while but Is slowly improving. John Rouser and daughter Clara are visiting relatives here. The Rousers lived near Salemville a number of years. During the past summer Mrs. Rouser was run over by an automobile and killed. Mr. Rouser made sale of his home and household goods recently and will make his home with his children. Mrs. George Oldham and son John visited Mrs. Oldham's brother .William Mickel at Manns Choice on 'Saturday. Mr. Mickel is seriously ill. Mrs. Bruce Feather Vnd daughter Dorris of New Paris were Saturday visitors here with relatives. Lemon Claycomb and wife of Altoona are spending the week here. Mr. Claycomb Is taking his-vacation in the woods hunting game. William Wright and wife of Salix, oi at and son Isaac Wright and wife Johnstown were week-end visitors the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Homer and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wright. Dennis Reiking and wife and sen Charles of Johnstown are spending a few days 'with Mr. and Mrs. John Nunemaker. Mr. Reiking came to hunt rabbits. George Storrs and family of Osterburg and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gelsler of St. Clairsville were guests of Elmer Eeather and family on Sunday. Mrs. Annie Esche of Sallx, after spending a few days with her brothe John McDonald, returned to her home on Sunday. PLEASANT VALLEY and Henry Shoenthal motored to Johnstown on Saturday, spending some time at the homes of Professor and Mrs. William Heck and Mrs. W. C. Knavel of Rummel. Miss Lavern Stultz, who is employed in Johnstown, was spending a Sunday. Misses Delia and Clara Reimer of few Mr. JUNIATA GAP S. T. Foutz of Homers gap spent Monday evening visiting at the home pf his brother, J-. F. Foutz. Walte'r J. Foutz of Lone Pine cottage returned home Monday after spending Saturday ,and Sunday visiting relatives at Ann Harbor, Pontiac and Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. John Hunter and daughter Laura, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Summers and family and Mr. Brady, all of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. John Strong of Washington, D. C., Rev. James Jewell of Pittsburgh were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Killinger of tage." "Ivyside Cot- The Sunday school attendance at the Mardorf Methodist-church on last Sunday was 70; collection, $5.13. The total present every, day at the Juniata Gap Logan school was 26. Those who attended school every day '{hiring the month of October were Robert Folk, Donald Gray, Luther Hunter, Dale Boyles, James Gates, Vernon Gibson,' Grant Gray, Ralph Shannon, Albert Skelly, Eugene Knob Run, Raymond Eger and Roy Moyer of Marionsville spent Saturday evening with friends in Altoona. George Hite of Lakemont, and Miss Geraldine Hite of Broad avenue extension were guests on Sunday at the home of Howard and Mary Hite. Austin Shaw and grandson Rollins Shaw and David Leigh ty of Newry Robert Shaw of Duncansville were numbered among a party of hunters who spent Monday in this section. Mrs. W. H. Kunsman and W. C. Aurandt were frequent visitors in Lilly during the .past week on -account of the serious illness of their mother, Mrs. W. C. Aurandt, who^died on Sunday morning. Pupils of Poplar Run school haying perfect attendance for the month of October are Michael Wilt, Costlow, Florence Costlow, Laura Cosflow, Pauline-Riling and Mary Gill, Mrs. J. C. Wilt teacher. Pupils of Marionsville school attending every day during the month are David Yingling, Justin Echard, Kathryn Echard, James Reimer and Robert Reimer; Clalr Burket, teacher. Samuel Marble and brother Roy Marble of Duncansville were entertained on Sunday at the home of H. M. Leighty and family. .The Hallowe'en social held in the grange hall in Marionsville last Saturday evening was not so largely attended owing to the inclemency of the weather. There were, however, quite a number of unique and picturesque costumes displayed. A jolly good time was had by all in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. .Emanuel Wilt and son Carl were dinner guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lingenfelter in Altoona. Christian Bick of Dry Run was a Thompson, Defibaugh, Rpy Thompson, Amos Sdhultz, Donald Robert Smith, Zane Wise, Virginia .Boyles, Luella Deilbaugh, Betty Horton, Alma 'Gates, Geraldine Patterson, Elois Shannon, Mary Josephine Ammerman, Charlotte Craw, Mona 'Thompson, Clara Faust and Anna Mary Keyes. One of the most enjoyable events of the fall season was held at the home of Mrs. Lucy Tanneyhlll on Friday afternoon and evening, Nov. 4, when the combined classes Noa. 1 and 2 of the Mardorf Methodist Sunday school, to* gether with a number of invited guests from Altoona, tendered a surprise in the way of a party upon Mrs. Tanneyhill, it being the anniversary of her birthday. making in There was great merry- various ways, music and laughter and much feasting'at the evening meal when the three tables were 'laden with many goo4 things to eat, and surrounded by such a jolly company of sincere friends of the hostess. Rev. C. W. Karns, one of the guests, on behalf of the classes, presented Mrs Tanneybill with a number of beautifui birthday gifts, greatly to the surprise of that good lady. At a late hour the following persons who were present returned to their homes: Rev. C. W. Karns, Mrs. Lucy Tanneyhlll, Mrs i Clara Moore, Mrs. Gilbert Emory, v Mrs. Ellen Heller, Mrs. Etta Thompson, Mrs. Elizabeth Keyes, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parks, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Martz and sons Leon aVid Jackie, Mr. and MIJS. D. H. McAlarney, Mr. and Mrs HJ Wiikins, Mrs. A. M. Thompson and n, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Morter, •a. Ellen Young, D. H. Hoffman, Mrs. S. Maurer, Mrs. W. P. Gates. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Andrew Ernes, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Smith, Miss I. M. Wharten, Miss Cleo Wharteq, Mrs. J. T. Shadle, Miss Katherine Marks,.Ifra, ~" — Mi r tft and James "—*—" visitor in Marionsville during the week. Wilson Echard of Newry and John Shaw of McKee enjoyed several days hunting on the farm, owned by Mrs. H. H. Echard. They succeeded in bagging quite a number of rabbits. Howard Hite was a recent visitor at Dry Run. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Deihl and children Martha Eileen, Robert Paul and Roger of Knob Run spent Sunday in East Freedom at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott. James Ritchey of Marionsville is nursing a very sore foot. The injured member apparently is giving Mr. Ritchey considerable trouble as he has been off duty now for several weeks. The arch of the foot is the part most affected. Mrs. Lee Delhi and baby of Knob Run spent Tuesday in Marionsville at the home of her sister Mrs. Leo Lanzendorfer. Mrs. H. H. Echard was a visitor in Newry during the week, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilt. S. V. Burket and H. G. Hite were Dunransvllle visitors on Friday. Frank Horwath was a caller Sunday evening at Sylvan Hills. Lee Deihl • visited friends at Blue Knob on Tuesday. Services at the United Brethren church in Marionsville on Sunday afternoon at 2.30. Sunday school at the chapel Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Christian Endeavor services at the chapel in Mar- ionsville at 7.30 in the evening. Members are urged to attend. HIGGLES GAP The following pupils of RIggles school were neither absent or tardy during the month of October: David Russler, Gail Klingensmlth, Vera Yohn, Irene Bijtterbaugh, Alice Barley, Zella Butterbaugh and Zelda But- terbaugb. Teacher, Uls« Ruth Sny- days here visiting her parents, and Mrs. William A. Stultz. Professor Ezra Snyder, one of the High school teachers, left on Friday evening for Tyrone, where he will spend the week-end with friends and visit his parents, Rev. and Mrs. John Snyder. . The members of\tha seventh and eighth grades in school met in the school room on Thursday evening and staged a very enjoyable Hallowe'en party in keeping with the Hallowe'en season. The teacher, Miss Nellie Seaman, took a very active part in help- 'ing to make the gathering a success. The early hours of the evening were occupied in games and contests of various 'kinds. At a seasonable hour the teacher served a dainty luncheon to these pupils present: Frank and Ir- vln Taylor, Robert Gordon, Robert and James Sultz, Davis Connelly, Doyle Lohr, Margaret Suter, Agnes and Ada Stultz, Helen Gordon, Helen Mitchell, Anna Shaffffer, La Fern Clark, Kathleen Holderbaum, Sara Davis and Cornelia Mickle. . Billy Barefoot, aged 4 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Barefoot, while playing on the street near the post- office on Sunday forenoon, was struck by a coupe driven by 'Mr. Sanders of Pittsburgh, boss of bridge builders on the highway near Alum Bank. The fender of the car struck the child on the head," knocking him down and unconscious. The body was found to be bruised, the 'face scratched but the bump on the head is considered serious.' Mrs. Barefoot and her little son have been residing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. .E. Miller, for many months since her illness and the boy often played on the street. Mr. Sanders did not know at the time that he struck the boy, until notified, as he was driving at a moderate rate. He came back twice to see the boy on Sunday and offered assistance. A Hallowe'en party was given by Miss Mildred Shoenthal at her home on, Thursday evening for her school pupils of 'the first to the fourth grades. The affair was one of the outstanding events held' for the little folks for some time. The Jolly group was entertained by their teacher with various games and stunts,' after which delicious refreshments in keeping with 1 the Hallowe'en season were served to the following: Fleta Suter, Ida May Gordon, Virginia Holderbaum, Betty Cuppett, Ruth Gordon, Vera Galtenbaugh, Doris Shoenthal, Sylvia Mitshell, Doris Rouser, Bernlce Klotz, Wilma Stufft, Betty Shaffer, Doris Feather, Edna (Gordon, Gdenn Suter, Fred Taylor, Ir- vln Klotz, Harry Taylor, John Suter, A rummage sale will 'be held at 70 Twelfth street next Friday and Sat urday by the Ladles' Aid society o Jaggard Memorial Methodist chUrch Any person wishing to donate some thing for the sale may call Mrs. Wai ter Hurm, 1550 Grant avenue, she will gladly arrange to call fo same. The Valley View Civic association, at its meeting last Monday night, disposed of much business and started several new projects for the benefit of the community, and one for the benefit of the entire Pleasant valley SAXT0N 1 ( ^ Miss Evelyn Oiler of HollMaysburg pent several dayfl visiting with frlcnda Lloyd ot the Lancaster CLAYSBURG n town. Marcella Business college spent the week-end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lloyd. Friday was the first day of the unting season and those who were ucky enough to get turkeys were Charlie Cunningham, Slats Bashore, Franklin Enyeart, William Fluke and Charles Weaverllng. Mrs. R. C. PennelKspent Thursday n Everett. Mrs . Harrison Wllklns returned omo on Tuesday from the Penn- ylvanla hospital in Philadelphia and s getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Little of Bedord spent Sunday with the former's later Miss Emma Little. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shearer of Donora spent the week-end with the atter's uncle George Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benner and Misses Hulda and Alice Steele spent aturday in Lewistown. ' Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thompson and daughter Edith of Port Washington, i. I., spent the week-end with Mr. ,nd Mrs. P. D. Bumgardener. Mr. and Mrs. John Aungst of Roar- ng Spring and Mr*. Ida Smeltzer of Altoona spent the week-end with Mr. nd Mrs. George Smith and family. Miss Delia Negley, after upending several weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Negley, returned to Pittsburgh Friday. Last Friday the Saxton High school held a party in the Saxton Amusement 'hall. The freshmen were nltlated, which was the main event. Roller skating also was enjoyed for hose who could skate. The faculty was present, including Professor Jef- 'ery,' Mr. Fraser, Mr. Dankle, Miss Long and Miss Shannon. After the roller skating a luncheon was served by the girls of the senior class. MOUNTUNION Mr. and Mrs. Richard E.' Longacre and young daughter, Annmaree, motored to Annville at the end of the week for a visit with Mrs. Longacre's home folk. Mr. Longacre returned on Monday, while -Mr,s. Longacre and daughter remained for a longer visit. Mrs! Charles Reed and son, Floyd Reed, of Culver, Kansas, arrived in this city at the end of the week for & visit with the Brandt and'E. R. Cassady relatives In Mount Union, and with Mrs. Reed's sisters, Mrs. Annie McVey at Newton Hamilton, and Mrs. May Grouse at Spring Run.* They also spent some time with Mrs. Reed's brother, D. S. Brandt of Williams Grove, who has been at Camp Shirley, in Licking Creek, since hunting season came in. Mrs. Reed was born and reared in Germany valley and had not been east for several years. Harry Stltt, a prominent banker of York, with his young son, accompa- ned his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kough of Carlisle, to this city on Sunday. Mr. Stltt as well as Mr. and Mrs. Kough formerly resided in Mount Union and has many friends ere who are pleased with his suc- ess in the business world. Mr. Stltt vas identified with the First National ank in this place some years ago. Miss Margaret Rice, a member of ho faculty of the Tyrone High school, irisited over the end of the week with On Friday, Nov. 8, from 6 to 9 p. «. courses will be organized by the extension department of Junlata college. The place of meeting will be Claysburg High school and the time of meeting to be decided, -will be suitable to all concerned. Any course such as Algebra, trigonometry, geometry, calculus or astronomy will be offered. Full college credit will be given. Mrs. Howard Cramer of Armaugh returned to her home after spending the past week at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ickes. / Mrs. Henry H. Rhodes spent a few days at the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. August Pietsch In Altoona. Mrs. Jennie Shoemaker left for Tarentum to spend some time with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs.-Chester Rhodes, formerly of Claysburg but at present living at Tarentum. Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes are the proud parents of a son, the first in the family. Mother and son are getting along nicely. The Blue Bird class of the Lutheran Sunday school held their monthly meeting by holding their annual Hal- lowe'en party at the home of Mrs. Walter Deckerhoff in Altoona. A very pleasant evening was spent, after which refreshments were served to'the following: Mrs, Calvin Williams, Mrs. Clyde Dibert, Mrs. Jacob Barnhart, Mrs. Henry Lingenfelter, Mrs. William Boop, Mrs. Charles Lingenfelter, Mrs. Howard Gochnour, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dlehl and daughter Jacqueline, Misses Laura Hoenstlne, Tressa Walter, all of Claysburg; Miss Dora Dodson, Holll- daysburg, and Mrs. Walter Deckerhoff. The next meeting will be held at the homo of Mrs. Calvin Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Black spent Friday at their old home near Claysburg, now owned by Joe Perry. They had the pleasure of seeing cherry arid prune trees in full bloom at this time of the year. They brought some branches home. The cherries and prunes are a good size already. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hale moved their household goods to Altoona on Saturday. Mr. Hale, who was employed for some time at the brick plant, was called back to the shops in Altoona last week. Mrs. Howard Gochnour, Mrs. Walt Zlglar, Mrs.' Charles Lingenfelter, Mrs. Harry Dlehl and daughter Jacqueline were recent visitors at the home of Wra. Gouchnour'a son-in-law and husband, Mr. and Mrs, Walter Decker- loff of Altoona. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leader, Altoona, spent the week-end at the homo of Mrs. Leader's sister, Mrs. Lucretia Black. Roy Carl, who is employed at the General Refractory brick plant, is spending a few days with his famly at UtMMKlt Th«firrt» eft«fibr1n*«t«i tverr hour ftf 5 **c«fi IA *^fedhltfdl result in compww Weyant, Bedford county. exbeenee this means Priced at $178 complete with ten tubes and sold on payment terms easy to meet. Winter Music Store 1415 Eleventh Avenue district. \ The association decided that there shall be a Christmas tree for the community, and appointed a committee of four to make all necessary arrangements, the committee consisting of John E. Watson, chairman, and Messrs. Cramer, Figart and .Pearson. They have been authorized to» purchase 'a tree, the materials with which to decorate It, and also presents for the children in the community. The tree probably will be placed at a conspicuous point along the boulevard, and it will be lighted with electric bulbs. There .also will be an entertainment of aome sort ^around the tree when it is dedicated. A matter of great importance to the community taken up was the movement to/have property owners residing between Second street and the Kettle road, lay sidewalks in front of their properties. This is requested as a safety measure to protect the lives of children residing in Valley View who are Compelled to attend the Tarring S. * Davis school on Kettle street. The community has sidewalks running in front of its entire property, which ends at Second street, but from there on, In order to have good walking in bad weather the little ones are forced to use the boulevard, thus placing their lives in Jeopardy. A committee will call on the property owners in the district affected and try to reach an understanding with them. Another important move undertaken was an effort to have the Logan Valley Bus company run its buses over into the business section of the city A petition requesting this was started some time and, on the but never completed advise of the traction Anson Stufft, Byron Fuss, Benett Shoenthal, Bertram Mitchell, Robert Mitchell. Eureka Grange, No. 607, held a ape' cial meeting the latter part of the week in the Grange hall in keeping with the Hallowe'en s,eason. The evening was throroughly enjoyed in games, stunts and contests of various kinds, also music. Harry Fetter, George Harrison and Gus Enders of Turtle Creek were spending several days the latter part of the week hunting in this vicinity and were entertained at the home of the former's brother-in law and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. i Slick. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Virginia and Mrs. Smith's sister, the two latter being daughters of Joseph Rouser, were visiting Mrs. Odella Blackburn, who Is still confined to her bed with illness. Rev. Smith will be remembered as the evangelist that held line meetings in the Church of the Brethren a number of years ago. One of the Hollowe'en season's most delightful events was held on Friday eevnjng in the Hi,gh school by the High school students under the supervision of the teachers. A fine program was rendered. The opening song was given by the freshmen, "Our Class Will Shine Tonight"; a thirty minute play, "Dark Town's Social Betterment of Society," by the sophomore class; Junior High school paper; seniors' recitation, "The Two Towns," by Lavada Burkett; "Between Trains," by Eva Moore and Ruth Mock; monologue, "I'm Engaged," Alice Rod- gera; followed by selling lunch boxen. Many prizes were awarded to the best dressed and nrnskeA and the . f uunient costumed ones present, also for the most beautiful lunch box. Lavadu Burkett received the prize. Her box represented the little red school house and was very pretty. Pretzels and I sweet cider were served to s-U at- company, another has been startec and will be presented for signature to every resident of the valley from one end to the other where the public is served. Mr. Crane advised the president o: the organization that the permit un der which, it works does not allow the company'to bring the buses anywhere except to their present stopping places, and he suggested another peti tion be signed and turned over to him after which the company will in turn take it to Harrlsburg for presentation before the public service commission and apply for the necessary' permit. Every resident of the Valley View community has already signed th petition. After the business session a pleasant social time was enjoyed. tending the entertainment which wan very much enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rook and daughter Vera Kullentmugh motoret to Johnstown on Sunday, spending the day at the home of Mr. Rock'i brother-in-law and sister Mr. am Mrs. F. B. Staub. Harry Shoenthal of Rummel visit ed at the home of his brother am wife Mr. and Mrs. William B. Shoen thai, over the week-end. Mrs. Emma Blackhurn went to Hoi lldaysburg on Sunday and visited he son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Stanlej Blackburn. Her son accompanlei her home and will spend a part o this week hunting in this aectlop. ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rice, efferson Heights. Miss Alice Rohrbaugh of Gettysburg s here for a visit in the homo of her >rother-in-law and sister, Professor and Mrs. R. H. Fissel, East Market street. Miss Rohrbaugh was graduated last June from the Mount Union Sigh school. Miss Kathryn Barben of Alexandria has been visiting in the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Barben, West Market street. Guldo PeduzzI returned on Monday rom a visit of a few days with his >rother-In-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Natale, in Baltimore. His mother, Mrs. Lena PeduzzI, who had spent some time in the Natalo home, returned last week to her home in this city. Mrs. William Keane of Harrisburg, a former resident in this city, visited relatives and friends here on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Harris, Jr., and daughter, Mary Rachel Harris, have moved from this city to Altoona, where ;hey will make their home in the fu- :ure. The Harris family lived here for a number of years. With them going ;o Altoona was Mrs, Rosa Hassenplug, who will remain in their home for a few weeks. Rev. and Mrs. J, Walter Skllllngton have been entertaining in their home, the parsonage of the First Methodist church, the latter's mother, Mrs. Mickey of Shlppensburg. NEWRY Mr. and Mrs. Ward O. Wilt and daughter Sylvia of Poplar Run were guests of Miss Mury Shaw on Friday evening. Miss Rheda Beegle spent the weekend with her aunt Mrs. Leo Dodson, and family at East Freedom. Harry Benton, a member of the local school board, has returned to his home after a week's vacation which he spent with his son Paul Benton and family at Rochester, N. Y. Thomas Benton of Hollidaysburg visited his sister Mrs. John Weaver and family on Sunday. Edward Holland and children Fae and Clayton and George Weaver spent Saturday at Cresson with Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Keith and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Gcarhart of Altoona were late guests of Mrs. E. J. Wilt. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Malone and two children of Hollidaysburg were week-end guests of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Fissol. Mrs. Paul Crawford of Dtmcansvllle was a Saturday guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tate Beugle. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meintel and children of Altoona spent Sunday at the homu of John Wertz and family. The ladles of St. Patrick's guild will hold their : .onthly meeting in the school hall this evening. Officers will be elected for the coming year. After the business session refreshments will be served and the remainder of the evening will be spent at cards and social chat. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. 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