Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 2, 1930 · Page 14
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OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND HOLLIDAYSBURG DUNCANSVIUE Sties Marguerite Rerxl, a member of> H! faculty of the Hollldaysburg public I A hat social In to be a novel feature of the social hour which is to follow Miss Viola M. Lnngham, head of the | the monthly class meeting of the mem- ] personal loan department of thn Penn- ania Trust company of Reading. frlenViiiss Victoria"smith in Johns-! was entertained over the Memorial day week-end at the residence of her par-! which is for the benefit of the , wn . .- Samuel T.. Williams, supmintendent I ents Mr . and Mrs . David Langllam of ! C» s V d "y J" 'the Sunday school of the First Bap- - ..... imcheon v l . list church, announces that after care tul consideration, it was deemed advisable to defer Children's day until 1105 Walnut street. Mr.-and Mrs. Charles W. Moore and bers and friends of th6 Hicks Memorial Methodist Sunday school class taught by Mrs. C. G. Shaffer, to be held .this evening at the church. The ha.t social, class dish of the devotional and business. session, with husbands and friends of the class daughter Anne and son Charles, jr., of were entertained over thei • A large attendance Sunday morning. June 15, at 11 o'clock. Pltt ; b , irgh WPre entertained over the!'" expected. Owing to conflicting services this I ' B A special term of summer school change was ,-onsidered necessary. Par- j week-end nt the country home of Mr. wnich nas heen 'conducted mornings ents ar* requested to bring their babies | Moore's father Thomas H. Moore in'during the past three weeks by Prof. to this service at which time the pas- Scotch valley. tor, Rev. J. S. Bromley, will conduct I Mrs. Samuel Moore nnd son and a service of dedication for the infants. ' daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles The Hollidaysburg daily vacation Moore of Akron, O.. motored yesterday Bible school will hold its opening session on Monday morning, June. 9, at 8 6'clock in the First Presbyterian church. All pupils who expect to attend the school are asked to enroll at this time and to make a special effort to be present at all sessions. The monthly meeting of the borough council will be held this evening at 7.30 o'clock in the council chambers In the municipal hall. to their home in that city after a week-end visit at the residence of Mrs. Moore's brother-in-law Thomas H. Moore in Scotch valley. Under the auspices of the Presbyterian churches comprising the Pres G. H 4 . Morgart, principal of the local schools, will come to a close with tomorrow morning's session. Especial attention was given to mathematics during the brief vacation term, the need of this additional work being felt following the recent examinations for high school admission. The class contained more than a score of students. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kirkham and hytcry of Huntingdon, a cafateria will (family of Struthers, O., motored here Mrs. John R. Kimmell of 50G Alle-1 committee be held at the Presbyterian home, 220 Newry street, during the week of June Mrs. John Seeds of Sylvan Hills serve as general chairman of the 16. will arrangements. Public gheny street left this morning for West I patronage is .solicited. The proceeds Point Military academy where she will attend the annual commencement week program. Her son, Jack Kimmpl who has been a first year student at West Point during the past year, has stic- will be devoted to the Presbyterian home. Rev. Luther F. Rhodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Rhodes.of 706 High street, who was ordained in May as a cessfully passed his examinations and | Lutheran minister, has gone to Balti- ia now a member of the sophomore j more, Md., where he has'accepted a class. I charge. The young man was grauUi- The banquet-dance of the Hollidays-1 (l t e d with honor from Gettysburg The- burg High School Alumni association I ological seminary at the annual corn- has been indefinitely postponed. i mencement exercises in the class of 'The annual meeting of the congre- j 1930. His many friends in his home town wish him every success in his chosen profession and in his first field of labor. Miss Peggy Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Anderson of 611 Allegheny street, who is a student at the Katherine Gibbs School for Girls in New York city, has arrived home for Joseph clerical force of the Hollidaysburg postoffice, is off duty on his annual vacation. Mr. Malone went to Pittsburgh last week where he attended a ball game in which'his \incle Perce Malone pitched. The weekly conclave of Castle Game- lot, Knights of King Arthur of the First Baptist church, will be held this gallon of the First Baptist church was held on Thursday evening in the entertainment room of the church and was attended by over one hundred members. Preceding the business session a 'delicious home-cooked supper served to all by the ladies of the 'congregation. Following the banquet ytJte business meeting was held. The pastor, Rev. J. S. Bromley, presided. Very gratifying reports were made by the officers of the church, showing progress in all departments, spiritually, materially and financially. Mr. and Mrs. J. Murray Henry of 528 Walnut street have returned home from an automobile trip to Pittsburgh •where they were guests at the home of Mr. Henry's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Gardner. ^Ur. and Mrs. Louis A. Evans and daughter Miss Marguerite of 530 Garber street, who have been spending the past several months in Florida, have returned and will open their home for the summer season. Miss Marguerite Evans is a student at the Florida College for Women in Tallassee. s Mr. and Mrs. John Kline of McKeesport are visiting at the residence of Mrs. Kline's parents Mr. and Mrs. Mark Reed of 203 Montgomery street. to spend the recent holiday and weekend visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Blattenberger and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Julius W. Wertz and daughters Mary and Virginia, of 1132 Fourth avenue have returned after a pleasant week-end sojourn at Johnstown with their son Benton Wertz and family. With William Penn highway traffic being detoured by reason of road construction on the Cresson mountain link, west of here, the Greyhound busses have been rerouted and passengers to and from this section will connect with them at Altoona, although tickets and information may still be had at the local agency, Leedom's drug store. The last bus to pass through Duncansville was the 6.06 a. m. trip last Wednesday morning. The reroutipg will be in effect until the road job is completed, it has been announced. The June meeting of the Duncansville school board is to be held this evening at 7\30 o'clock at the school building, when the business of the month will be given attention. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Miller and Miss Mildred Magill of this place were numbered among those from this vicinity attending the recent gasoline derby at Ebensburg. - ( Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd \ Confer and daughter Jessie, of Huntingdon were entertained here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Edward Krider of 1202 evening at 7 o'clock in the Judson: Fourth avenue tho latter part of last the summer vacation. Malone. a member of tho Bible class room. As there is some special business, it is important that there is a full attendance of members. The baby clinic will be held in the Young Women's Christian association rooms on Friday afternoon between the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock. There will be a young peoples' meet- week. Grabil Landis of Washington, D. C., spent Memorial day and the week-end visiting here at the home of his father, J. N. Landis at 318 Sixteenth street. Mrs. Rhoda Yeckley and daughter Catharine, of 1230 Fourth avenue, this place, and Emory Shaw of Newry, ing at Saint Paul's Metho'dist church | motored to Gettysburg on Decoration at Loop station on Wednesday eve-I day and were numbered -among the ning at 7:30, the topic is "Value of t thousands who gathered in historic Friendships" and Miss Ida Yingling is I Gettysburg cemetery to hear President Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Carrier and son j the leader and she has a very beau- I Herbert Hoover's Memorial day ad= 1= «f t>itt=h,^o,h ™~ tr ,~<,* !,„,.„ !„„» tjfu| pl . 0 g ran: , arr anged. The public is invited. On Sunday evening at 7:30| . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bcrryman and will be children's day program at the children of Sixteenth street and Mrs. Dale of Pittsburgh motored here last week and were entertained over Memorial day at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar R. Vipond of 604 Penn street. Councilman John B. Kitzingcr and wife, who have been sojourning in St. Petersburg,* Fla., and enjoying a trip through the western states for the past several months, returned home on Saturday. They report a highly en- 'joyable trip, visiting many high spots of interest both in the south and west. Mrs. Kitzinger has been greatly benefited in Florida. health by her sojourn in 'R. J. Coxey, superintendent of the meat department of the Atlantic & Pacific company stores of this district, has been transferred from this district. to Bellefonte where he will be employed in a similar capacity. Mr. and Mrs. Coxey and family moved to Bellefonte last week, c'e.eded in Mr. Coxey will this district bv be suc- Edward church. Celia Grove of West Fourteenth street .u.^.l, ,VJ^Ilcl.v_I*UVGlfl. vvl.:£,[.J.'l/tllLt;Clll.llC,l.lCUV Under the auspices of the Hollidays-1 have returned from a pleasant weekend trip to Osceola Mills where they visited with relatives. H. L. Ebersole of Altoona.was a latter part of the week caller among friends at this place. L. W. Delozier and sons James and Joseph, returned home on Saturday evening after a delightful motor trip which included stops at Gettysburg to hear President Hoover's address on Memorial day afternoon, at Harrisburg, New Buffalo, Woodward Cave and many other points of interest. . A meeting which it is desired to have all the officers and teachers of the Vacation Bible school attend, is to be burg Ministerium the Hollidaysburg daily vacation Bible school will begin on Monday, Juno 9. The term of school this year will be three weeks and will end on Friday, June 27. The commencement exercises will be held in the auditorium of the First Presbyterian church on Sunday evening, June 29, at 7.30 o'clock with appropriate exercises. The program will bo featured by a^ pageant in which all of the pupils of the Bible school will take part. Mrs. Ruth Walters Pincin of Altoona, who has ably supervised the closing pageant in former years, 1 will also stage the production this year. The faculty of the school was selected. There are several new members on the staff this your; The following held this evening at 7.30 o'clock in Hicks Memorial Methodist-church. In addition all those who are interested in Weaver of Duncansville, who has already assumed charge of the district. Charles A. Beswick, jr., of Pittsburgh-spent the Memorial day weekend at the residence of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Beswick, sr., of 510 Walnut street. For Kent—Modern brick house, six rooms. Good location. Inquire 7(10, North street. Phone 100-W. Adv. Apartment for rent. All conveniences. Lasser Shoe Shop. Phone 84-J Adv. KOB KENT—Apartment, 5 rooms and bath'. 425 Montgomery street. Cull J. i. Kirbella, 197-W. Adv. FOB KENT—3 room apartment with porch. Phone 87-W, HOB Allegheny St. Adv. Genuine Frigidaire Service at WOLF FURNITURE CO. 'Authorized I'rl^idalre Dealers 15(11-03 1Kb Ave. . Ulal SI IS HOM,IDAVSKUUti, TODAY AM) TOMOKltOW 1 I'a. I HOW • teachers will constitute the faculty :| the success of the school, which Mrs. Donald W. Young, Miss Janet. °P en i'°r a two-week term on next Dibert, Miss Miriam Brandt, Miss Mar- Monday morning, have been cordially jorie Reed, Miss Julia R. Robeson, lnvlte d to attend. At this meeting it is expected to conclude the plans for the coming term and announce the program. Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Vipond and sons Paul, jr., and Stiller of. new Portage Junction and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Keller and daughter Polly Elda of Twelfth street, this place, motored to Clearfleld on Decoration day to attend the * field and track meet which was being held there. Athletes from high schools of the region participated in the meet. Paul Vipoud, jr., a •member of the Hollidaysburg High school group was awarded third prize, a bronze medal,-in the 440 yard dash, crossing the line but a couple of steps behind the leaders. Nelson Boone of 850 Third avenue returned home Sunday night after an over-Sunday trip to Cleveland, O. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hite and Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Webb of this place wero members of u Memorial day and weekend camping party ut a club house above Bald Eagle. Altoona. friends completed the personnel of the outing group. Rev. Robert Martin, sr., of Sandy Ridge, has returned to that place after being a latter part of tho week visitor amontj relatives and friends here. Giiorgi! Mauk of Jcnners was a recent visitor here at the homo of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Carrie J. Mauk. , Jacob Hoover of Eldorado, former ', y. I local resident, wa.s a caller among friends hero on Saturday. . ,. ,, ,, , i A deal wa.s closed on .Saturday morn- Gardner, manager .ot the l-!i.-d-I jng hl whk . n ownershi £ of Xljison's Mrs. Gertrude Hlleman Posten, Mrs. Ruth Walters Pincin, Mrs. Jesse H. Helsel, jr., Miss Estella G. Moyer and Miss Esther I. Williams. Rev. Frederick D. Eyster, pastor of 'St. John's Reformed church, will act in the capacity of dean of the school. Rev. T. Stacy Capers, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, has been selected as business manager of tho school. Miss Lida B. McFarland of 610 Blair street was'entertained over Memorial day at the country homo of Mr. and Mrs. Norman F. Keith and Miss Jano B. McFadden at Sunbrook. Miss Elizabeth Woodcock, daughter of Attorney and Mrs. William Lee Woodcock, has gone to Pittsburgh for a visit with her cousin Miss Webster. Joseph J. Moore, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Mooro of Newry lane, a student at Frankin & Marshall college, lias arrived homo for tho summer vacation. Miss Helen Keller, a student at tho In'diana Teachers' college, arrived home last week where she will spend the summer vacation at the homo of her mother Mrs. Myrtle Creamer Keller of 700 Juniata .street. BEDFORD Earl Lawrenc.o of New York is .spending several days with his mother Mrs. Frank Lawrence. C. Iford .Springs'hotel returned this week i'rom New cral days. York where he spent ,sev- Edward Wertz of Sproul was calling on friends in Bedford Tuesday. Dr. Harry Brlghtbill, jr., is a patient garage at the corner of Third avenue and Sixteenth street, was transferred to J. C. Kreumer of Altoona and the new owner took charge of the business at noon the same day. The amount of i the transaction was not made known. in the Timmins hospita where he was | The ,, ew owncr uoniemplailea , naklng operated on for appenJ.ic.tis j a number of changes and improve- Miss Betty Bnce, a student at \ mcnts ,„ tne jmmedi ., tc future ft has Beaver college, arrived .Saturday tor i UBen announced. The garage and •J' I1BUm n mt ' I> «, i< "u U ° n ,V . r- > D .,,i service station which is located at on Miss May Willoughby of East Pitt i of tlu . town's busiest intersections, wa , street was the guest of her sister Mrs. lm . mel .j y owned and operated by Roy Ellis Davids-jn in Huntingdon over the antl Orville E. Allison. week-end Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ritchey and Dr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Burgoon and aon Daniel, of TJerry have been visi- son ot Altoona were guests over the j U)rs with re | uUv es and friends at this holiday at the hitter's home, Mr. and j n i. 1L . ( . during the past several days. Mrs. J. Roy Cessna on South Juliana M r. and Mrs. Herbert Landis am 'A Glorious Glamorous Entertainment Treat, — Entirely fc in Technicolor! with Frank Fay, liaquel Tor- ire*, Mynia Loy, Noah Beery, Fred Koiiler, Arinida, 'fully Marehall. street. Mrs. HusM-ll Gopliart hats returned 1'ioin New York rity where she was tin! of her .son Joseph. Aliss Alary Ijcnnon spent the weekend in J>anville vi.sitiny friends. ili.-r.s Florence Ki.sei-, after having j short ti .spent .several months in Mansfield. O.. has returned to her home on East Pitt ijtreet. Mrs. J. Floyd Miudock and Mrs. P. N. Kisser spent Wednesday in Altoona. Miss ilai'gartt O'Sliest of .Sheradon, Pa., is the guest of lier .sister Airs. S. H. Olaar. Miss Alary Shontiei- of Penn •sli*--,.-t IIM.S i,;turned Jioni l^aliiinore, Md.. \vhei*- .she .spt.-ut Iwu v.veky visiting Iru-.'id.,. I.. N. lutii n ot Si. sullVi Jiij.-. v, nh a id Miss Shriner all of Philadelphia were latter p:u-t ot the "week visitors here at the home of Ur. and Mrs. D. C. Con- I fi.-r at 1312 Third avenue. j Mr. and Mrs. John W. Si-hell of j Pittsburgh were callers here for a me on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Keller at 1210 Fourth avenue. Mrs. Anna Kaiser of Altoona was a week-end visitor here at the homes of her brothers Charles and Herman Ni.-iigebauer and other relatives and friends. is Maim.-d W'li-ii i jth Juliana .street, blukell le^, .-,11,-j- ili in lii.s hum j\\. tin- bijard 0:1 i I f r!l I. UL It t-UI.Nf. AH Ijll.HJ FA TIU. MM M) \ ..(. in ll AKl->IM, h«-l - USJ-. ' i-a.-l |, M.U s au;;Mi-i Juliana MOUNT UNION VJiirly ijnjjiihcr.s ul' the senior cluas <->! tlju lucul liiyh .school uxpuct to lea vu AJouiil Union in <;h;,ti Lui'ed buttua on Tuf.sday, Juno .'j, i<*r VVfiihiu^ton. i>. (,., \\ JjL*re they will Hpi-ni tliruu day.s :.-!v-M-in^ thu higlU.s «.>!' 1 he national t.'u jjilal Thtj I-ewir-jtown 'I'ran.spof- j Hi 11 y \\ i 11 t a I-. e i:;.» r u ul' 111 c ix-ijLiireiiii.-nts and 1 he )juy ;> ;;(•»• !(lulling I orward i.o hu vi. 1 i iniu a i.u-1 1 t heic coiMJNcin'i.'- ifh v.'iil bf i hi;i » <, i-nin.i;. I u v;ti-^ Mir h..y.-i atl'l n'l Is ' I i ''I,.;i.^ h;, ...• v.Mi-U.-d all y.-dr Ihu jnoJjf> KJ a irijj '•ul TYRONE Mrs. C. M. Ewlng and daughter Miss May of Harrlsburg are very welcome guests of their host of friends in Tyrone. They are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. -W. E. Grafflus on West Fifteenth street., - v Miss Emily Meeghan of Philadelphia is spending a part of her vacation with the Bookhamer family and James Watt In Tyrone. Miss Meeghan was a former Tyrone girl, and is always glad to return to her former home town to renew her friendships. Mrs. Cora Shelow of Lincoln avenue has been a guest for the past two weeks of her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stine at their home in Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stover and interesting little daughter Nancy Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vandermoor a'nd Mrs. Catherine Benson, all of Lansing, Mich., were very welcome weekend guests of their relatives and friends in Tyrone. Mrs. Stover and little daughter and Mrs. Benson will remain in Tyrone for several weeks while the remainder of the party left this morning for their Michigan home. Mrs. Edith Stevens and daughter Miss Helen have returned to their home on Lincoln avenue after spending the past few months in New York city. An interesting general assembly was held at the Washington school last Wednesday morning, at which time the prizes were awarded the winners of the recent humane poster contest. The assembly period opened with devotions which were in charge of Miss Brua and Miss Hull members of the school faculty. A flag salute was participated in by the entire group. The prizes for the humane contest were presented by Miss Harer, instructor In art, and Miss Jamison, the school principal. The student receiving this coveted recognition for their works of art include first grade, Robert Krider; second grade, Daniel Bateman; third grade, Lois Phillips; fourth grade, Richard Barr; fifth grade, first prize, Raymond Nell; secdnd prize, Thomas Robertson; third prize, Milton Getz; fourth prize, Dorothy Gillman. • '•Mrs. Roscoe W. Billetts and daughter Miss Romaino of Lincoln avenue are spending the week-end in Philadelphia, Atlantic City and New York. While in Philadelphia they will be guests of Mrs. Billett's brother, Harry R. High, and wife, and in New York they will visit their son and brother, Raymond Billetts, a former Tyrone young man. George Burchill of 'Rockvllle Centre, N. Y., was a pleasant visitor with friends in Tyrone Saturday. LAKEMONTTERRACE Mr. and Mrs. John S. Gottshall of Stewart street were delightfully surprised on Monday evening when a number of the members of the young people's department of the First Church of the Brethren of Altoona descended 'on their home in a body, tendering them a linen shower. Besides a number of beautiful and useful pieces/of linen, the young people presented Mr. and Mrs. Gottshall with an electric toaster. After a pleasant evening quickly passed in games and other forms of social diversion, a delicious luncheon was served. Those present were Misses Julia Ritchey, Esther Davis, Virginia Myers, Fleda Thomas, Mildred "Mickey" Myers, Helen "Toots" Thomas, Helen "Hon" Ritchey, Mary Elizabeth Prough, Regina Meadows, Vera Soyster, Philene Gates, Rebecca Davis and Bertha Soyster; Messrs. Earl Soyster, Homer Winters, Joseph Slagle, Melvln Bennett, LeRoy Soyster, Joseph Miller, Kenneth Morse, Harold Reisinger, William Embick, Orville Ranck, Elvin Soyster and the sponsor of the young people, D. I. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Soyster, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Soyster and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Gottshall. Mrs. Elsie Van Orman. who has been confined to her home for some time with an attack of influenza which "resulted in blood poisoning of the little finger of her left hand, is much improved and is able to be out again. Mrs. Clair Calhoun, who has been ill for the past couple of weeks, is much improved and is now able to. be about. Miss Margaret Love has completed her freshman year at Indiana State Teachers' college and has returned to her home to spend the summer vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Love. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Evey are now at home, to their friends in their newly furnished home at 1309 Logan avenue. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Enterline removed on Tuesday to their future h'ome on Fifteenth avenue and Twelfth street, Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Soyster 'and granddaughter Mary Elizabeth Prough, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Gottshali and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Soyster motored to Johnstown on Thursday where they visited Mrs. Soyster's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stover. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Neal and family have removed id their summer cottage, "Nenlstead," at Horrell, where they will spend the next few months. The Garden Height!) United Brethren Sunday school attended the dia-. trict Sunday school convention held In tho Pleasant Valley United Brethren church on Friday evening in a body. Due to their splendid attendance, they secured three of the live banners offered. Miss Mariam Plncin was a recent visitor for a few days with her grandmother Mrs. C. H. Harris of Altoona. Mrs. Charles Cougenour, together with her sister of Altoona, and another sister of Pittsburgh spent several days lust week visiting in Cleveland. While there j.hey attended the wedding of. a fourth sister. A cradle roll party for mothers and babies of the Garden Heights United Brethren church was held on Thursday afternoon at the home of the cradla roll superintendent, Mrs. Anna Hamilton. There were ten mothers and fifteen babies present and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. Mrs. Johnson gave two very beautiful readings on "What It Means to Be n Mother." The children joined in game.s and tho I afternoon came to .11 I' with delH'ioiiH refreshments served by the hostess. Those present were. Mrs. Anna Johnson, Mrs. Jennie Johnson and daughter Loa Marjorie, Mrs. Sarah Wilson and daughter Orpha, Mrs. Stiver and sons Richard and Kenneth, Mrs. Bolger and dnligh- ter Patty, Mrs. Laugham and daughters Marie. Olene and Shirley, Mrs. Glasgow and daughters Mabel and Dorothy, Mrs. Greenlch and daughter Loraine, Mrs. Chilcote and sons Donald and Lynn, and Mrs. Anna Hamilton and sons Edgar and Kenneth. . Mr. and Mrs. John L. Prough. daughter Marjorie Ruth, and sons Killy, George and Jack motored to Trough Creek on Sunday where they were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miles M. Querry. Mrs. Elsio Van Orman was a Thursday visitor in Tyrone at the home of Mrs. Swart/.. Miss Bertha Lucas is ill at. tho home of her sister Mrs. Delia Snowberger of Ash street. CLAYSBURG The Willing Workers class of the Reformed church held its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. deorge Croft of Sproul last week. The meeting was opened by the president. Those present were Mrs. Edith Eversole, Mrs. Gilmore Feathers, Mrs. Harvey Berkheimer, Mrs. Calvin Helsel, Mrs. Charles Weyant, Mrs. Jacob Thiel, Mrs. Morgan Dively, Mrs. Jane Mosser, Mrs. ' Ben Straighiff. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Calvin Dively. Mr. and Mrsi Howard Black and children, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Black and daughters, • Gladys and Ruth, spent Sunday at State College, where they visited the former's son, Leon Black. Mrs. Harry Moot-head and Mrs. Bertha Feathers spent Saturday at Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. John Coder spent Sunday at Dudley. Grover Imler, after spending the week with his uncle, Harry Imler, in Bedford, returned home Sunday. Mrs. F. L. Klevans and daughter Henrietta, and son Samuel, spent Sunday at Lock-Haven where they visited friends. Mrs. Taylor Lingenfeltcr, Mrs. Lucretra Black,, Mrs. William Ziglar and Mrs. Edward Bailey attended the Sunday school 'convention which was held at Newry Lutheran church last Thursday. Mrs; Howard Cramer of Armaugh spent the past week at the home of her parents Mr, and Mrs. Ickcs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leader spent the week end at the home at her sister Mrs. Lucretia Black. CURRYVILLE Miss Kathryn Walter, formerly a resident of our village, is receiving the felicitations of her many friends in this vicinity on her graduation from the School of Nursing connected with the state hospital at Allentown. Tho commencement was held at the hospital last Wednesday afternoon, followed by a dance in the evening. Since Miss Walter entered the institution in the fall, she will continue her training until September. Thus she will complete a course of three years. She deserves great commendation as she won second honors. Her profession is an acid test, so to speak, of the worthwhile qualities of character. That Miss Walter has come through so creditably speaks well of her merit and faithful service. We wish her every success and continued pleasure in her work. A killing frost worked considerable damage during Thursday. Corn in low- lying places was killed in spots and bean, tomato and potato vfnes wero virtually cooked in spots. Visitors during the past week at the home of Samuel and Benjamin Blattenberger were: Ira F. Balrd and Mrs. Hattie Hughes of Altoona, Amza Lyons of Lakemont, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Miller and daughter Lillian, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller and family, Miss Bernice Himes and niece, Melvin Stoud- notir jind daughter Louise, Edward Gates, Jack Eckman, Joe Blattenberger and Frank Brown of Roaring Spring; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller-of Woodbnry, R. D.; Mr. and Mrs. William Kimes and son LeRoy of Mar- tinsbui'g and Mr. and Mrs. George Rigj; mid son George of Brownsville. Mrs. Rlgg and her little son expect to remain for a sojourn of several weeks. Mrs. Mary Keith spent last week at Loop where she visited her son Howard .Snowberger and his family. BELLWOOD NEWRY I (1C :,(•!', Lu earn Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shew, Mrs. Jessie Shew and children Margaret and Paul, of Pittsburgh were week-end, guests of A. C. and D. C. Black and families. Mrs. iiella Noel and Mr. and Mrs. George Stutler of Altoona were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Conrad. Mr. and All's. Charles Spidle and children of McKeusport are spending several weeks with their parents Mr. and Mrs. James Spidle and Mr. and Mrs. David Helsel. Mr. Spidle has been in poor health for .some time and he is I here recuperating. Air. and Mr.s. lios.s Shaw y.nd <-hil- • dren Mr. and Mr.s. Logan Sha.w, Ml 1 ;-*. | A'c-ttie Wilt and daughters Virginia i Catherine and Margaret, of Duurun.s- | ville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miles i Shaw. | ... _. _...... _ ^ hut ihi.-i lime eai.-h member who [ ran.-.-, to go \vill linuucu their own ! trip u ijirh will be Sl.'J.OU, covering ' i In.- 11 aiiMmi tiiiitidii, :.iiglH-.>L-eiiig and I ini-.-il..- Alcmber.i of tho facility will j L-liUpei'uiie the SOUTH ALTOONA Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Kaessliae- fer and daughters Lois and Nancy .Jane of 1210 Murray avenue, Shorewood, Milwaukee, Wis., spent Thursday at the homo of Mrs. Kaesslme- fer',s aunt Mrs. Harry JDornwn of 400!) Kilth avenue. Mrs. Robert Woldemaii was a recent visitor at the homo of her mother Mrs. H. E. Snyder of 3900 Fifth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Overly of 410 Thirty-seventh street, accompanied by t,iieir granddaughters June and Louise Clawson, are spending several days at Mr. Overly's cottage at Lick- lug- Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dorrrmn of 400!) Fifth avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dell uiui daughter Ethel Mau of DuiK-an.svillc motored to Lewistown on Memorial day and visited relatives. Earlo Hitushew of Altoona visited friends here the first of the week. Francis Tomlinson has returned ! from an extended visit in Buffalo. j N. Y. i James Peel, relief clerk on the Pennsylvania railroad on duty .at ! Ciirwensville, spent Memorial day ul j his homo here. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. l.yono and son Bruce and daughter Marian of 4003 Fifth avenue motored to Plumvlllo where tho spent the week-end with relatives. EVERY WEDNESDAY I COMMUNITY SERVICE DAY C. A. Campbell and wife of North First street spent the "week-end -with the McCords 1 'of 'Tyrone at their cottage at,Thompsont6wn. . . Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hlggins of Jersey City, N. J., are receiving, congratulations upon tHe arrival of a. r!lne pound baby boy ^)t>rh at the home of tho grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McClellan of Tlptbn. Trie new arrival has been named Edward Glenn. Mother and baby are getting' along nicely. The new arrival makes Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Higgins grandparents for the first time. I Mrs. F. B. Forrest and daughter Katherine, Bucknell . student, visited Gettysburg and Chambersburg last week. Miss Forrest returned home with her mother and left on Sunday for Lewisburg. Misses Helen SteWa'rt and Josephine Grossbeck, State College, were weekend guests at the home of Miss Stewart's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Young of Canton, O.-, are guests at the home of Mr., and Mrs. Harry Burns. The ladies are sisters. Mrs. Kenneth Bentley and daughters Helen and Ruth, of Philadelphia are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bower. Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Wilson and sons spent Memorial day at their cottage at Newton Hamilton. J. M. Louder of Chambersburg spent the week-end with friends in Bellwood. J. Glair Gorsuch, employed in Canton, O., spent the week-end at His home here. EAST FREEDOM George F. Lingenfelter and family and Robert Gocher and wife of Johnstown, visited relatives here on Sunday. Miss Laura Walter of Altoona, spent the* week-end with her parents Mr. and 'Mrs. M. L. Walter. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lee and Miss Almeda Reighard of South Fork were Sunday evening guests in town. Mrs. Roy Weyandt and little daughter Marie visited on Friday with relatives in Hollidaysburg. Mrs. Sophia Walter and Mrs. McDonald spent the week-end with', relatives in Bellwood. Mark Lingenfelter was entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Rhodes, in Newry. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Metzgar of Hollidaysburg, visited Sunday with their son Roy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Park Walter and children of Gesseytown were Friday evening guests of the former's mother Mrs. Sophia Walter. Mrs. William Fox, Mrs.' Iva Seifris and daughter Rose Ann and Max Fox and daughter Virginia of South Fork were entertained here Sunday. Mrs. William Ott spent Thursday in Altoona. Mrs. Paul Hicks of Duncahsvillo, spent Monday with her mother Mrs. L. E. Lingenfelter. Mr. and Mrs. Orville W. Dickey and Thad Lingenfeiter of Altoona, visited relatives here Tuesday. Mark Connolly left Thursday morning for New York. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Filtz of Hollidaysburg were Sunday guests at the William Ott home. McKEE Ruth Black, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Black, has returned home from tho Nason hospital at Roaring Spring .where she underwent an operation for the removal of her tonsils. C. F. Black and daughter Mary spent Wednesday with his brother M. W. Black at Eldorado. Margaret Roush of Holliday.sburg spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. D. L. Duck. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shoemaker of Sproul were visitors at the C. F. Black home on Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Dell spent Monday with lier daughter Mrs. E. C. Snyder at Tyrone. Ethel Shaw is ( a patient at the Nason hospital at Roaring Spring undergoing treatment for 'an abscess in the head. Mrs. Robert Pagans,, who has been seriously ill for some time, is improving. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw, a baby boy on Saturday. May 24. The stork also visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nopker on tho same date, leaving them a ilno baby girl. Samuel Woods of Altoona has become the owner of the service station north of town, taking possession on May 10. Mr. Quarry, the former owner, moving to a farm near Henrietta. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heidler of Altoona were Tuesday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geruld Gonsman. CANAN STATION Mr. mid Mrs. Kepei'ling and daughter. Florence, of JTrankstown road, were roreiit' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Herri; of Burns avenue. At a meeting held last week by members of the Canan Station volunteer lire company, the tlnunce committee 'of which Christ llcrre is general chairman, reported that the work of securing funds to complete the tiro house was going on .steadily and residents of the community are urged to give their financial assistance in putting the project across to successful conclusion. , Supervisors of Allegheny township a few days ago u.sed tho grader on Sugar run road between Sixth avenue and Broad avenue extension, placing the thoroughfare in shape for further repairs contemplated soon. In some sections, near Hroad u venue, the highway at present is very rough and narrow. Insect Stings Sunburn * Chafing Quickly Soothed Resinol •J3 years of experience i ii i c I / e v i n g JUNIATA;«»I The C. I. Ci class of the Presbyterian Sunday school erijbjted a delightful social affair TJiursday evening when they assisted their teacher, Mrs. R; J. Hillis to celebrate he* birthday anniversary.- A delicious chicken dinner was served at the Lantern tea, room._at Tyrone. During the dinner, Mrs. Hillls was presented with a beautiful umbrella. The- table was bealu- tifujly decorated In pink and white snat> dragons, Mrs, mills' favorite flower. *The evening was enjoyed by Mrs. R. J. Hillis, guest of H'onoi 4 , and Mrs. M. J. Wyper, Mrs. Ira Miller, Mrs. D. US. Kinch, Mrs. Charles Brumbaugh, Mrs. 'A. M. Dale, Mrs. Elaine Hicks, Mrs. Ei L. Heaton, Mrs. F. G. Weber, Mrs. W. P. Shaffer, Mrs. D. B. Kuhn, Mrs. Charles Foutz, Mrsi. J. W. Defflbaugh, Mrs. fiugene' BryL ner, Mrs. A. B.»Boyles, Mrs. C. F. Oesterle, Mrs. B. F. Weber, Mrs. H. S. Craig, Mrs. W. M. Haines, Misses Flo Reed, Margaret Weber, Margaret Hutchison, Jennie Kinley and Mable Boyles. ,The children of the Junior depart- Inent of Trinity Lutheran Sunday school are requested to meet this evening promptly at 7 o.'clock for re : hearsal for Children's day. Every member of this department is urged to' be present. The Foreign Missionary society *f the First Methodist church will meet this evening at 7.30 o'clock, in the Epworth league room of the church. All members are urged to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Axe and son Daniel and Miss Gertrude Morris, of Syracuse, N. Y., motored here and spent the week-end with their sister, Mrs. E. C. Hallett. 1115 Third street. They returned home yesterday, accompanied by their .father, D. B. Norrls who will spend the summer in Syracuse. Harry Willie, Mrs. Josephine Willie and daughter, Mrs.' Esther Spence of Columbus, O., spent last week with Juniata and Altoona relatives. They were enrouto by automobile from a trip through Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D. C. They were accompanied homo by Mrs. William E. Barry of 318 Second Uvenue, Altoona. Junta UL Grang^ Husbandry will slon Thursday the following ed: Roll call; ,._,... American woman an'dfV her work"; referred the improvements in. hi kept pace with im; ing? Waited Huber; conveniences in the hoiftls', Cox, Mrs. Clara Carsoft:?- econorriy not economy?, How can we interest cnl._,._.. -. duties?, Mrs. Chester ColeMtn. Mitanka cottncll, N«l.-'24f"""""' Pocahontas, will meefin •_ sion Wednesday eveningAttfvBfl tfftlbCK. Every member of the meihbrraa*8taff la especially urged to be pfeSSDjfc'v.'i-i, iin^ F. M, Wintermute, 207 SKtfev ftVcs* nue left Saturday to attend tti6 %' Mi A. national exhibit at Atlantic City. This exhiblion will Include a showing? of all the latest models of radios and a large representation of dealers and manufacturers will be In.,attendance from all parts of tho country. Miss Marian L. Martin, a Student nurse at the Altoona hospital'Is convalescing from a serious operation and is "spending several yeeke -'tit her home, 1109 Second street. .-" Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wllfid* and daughter Virginia of 422 Sixth avenue hayo returned from • a week-rend visit with relatives in Milesburg, '.Centra county. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cunningham, an daughter Dorothy ofn618 Tenth otic nue; Mr. and Mrs. M. T. CunnlnghfU.' and Wilbur Edmondson of ' 1L WaV Twelfth avenue and Miss'Maty. Starr;, of 911 Fifth street spent the week-end at. the Cunningham cottage : at Bar- rec.l J UNI AT A THEAT|lK , Today and Tomorrow ,,•-., "Through Different Ey«j" With M'urncr Baxter and Edmund Lowe. ' . Comedy and Vitapjione ROARINGJPRING Mr. and Mrs. D. Hill Rock, son Daniel and mother Mrs. D. B. Rock of Blue Ridge Summit, were the guests of Miss Anna Noble and Mrs. Mary A. Eassler during the past week. Mrs. Clyde W. McGinnis of Chicago, who has "been the guest of her sister Mrs. John R. Bassler, for the past week, was joined on Memorial day by her husband, Dr. McGinnis. Dr. and Mrs. McGinnis. both former residents of the borough, will spend the next fortnight visiting relatives in tho ounty and will then leaVe for a tour of Canada before returning to their home in Chicago. While here the couple also visited her father, Jacob Brumbaugh and a, brother Bruce of Bubbling Springs camp. Miss Rachael Uhland, supervisor of nurses at the Women's hospital In Philadelphia, spent part of the past week hero as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bassler. Miss Uhland also visited her father and brother and sisters at Loysburg. Elvin Woidenlmmer Is spending some time in Ashville, p., where her brother Harry is attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butler and son Kenneth of Altoona were Memorial day visitors of his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Butler. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wood and children of Altoona recently visited his mother, Mrs. Anna Wood, who has been seriously ill at her homo on Park aycnue. Her condition remains about the same. Draper Miller, former well known business man of the borough who is now engaged In business in Williamsport, accompanied by his wife and aon 'Bobbie, motored here this week to visit his mother Mrs. C. B. Miller of Franklin street. Mr. -and M^.s. Gerald Dick and children of Altoona were recent visitors of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Edgur Dick. Leo Carroll of Pittsburgh, Roaring Spring hurling ace, visited friends in the borough following- the baseball game Friday evening 1 . Extensive Improvements underway at' the C. I. Longenecker Motor company garage on Main .street for the past several weeks, are now nearlng f ompletion. The space about the .service portion of the motor company has been materially increased and other conveniences added that will Improve .service to motorists. Rev. J. A. Campbell, who recently rprtlgnfd as p.irflor of tho Christ lie- formed church, and his fiunily, have departed from the borough. At tho timo of bis departure, Rev. Campbell had not accepted a call to any other church, but with hl.s family will enjoy u rest at the home of his wife's mother in Latrobc before reaching a decision regarding his futurn Rev. S. P. Early, pastor of tin: Church of the Brethren, delivered an interesting address iit the Eighth District Sunday School convention, held at Newry on Thursday. A meeting of tho Rny Scout oxoru- tivo coinmittee of the Luthviun church was held during the past week in connection,, with the scout niiuMing and a program outlined for tho nuxl several months. Thn coinniittoo piano to HUNTINGDON Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kunz of 906 Mlfflin street entertained a number of children Friday afternoon in _honor of their little daughter Mary, Who celebrated her fifth birthday anniversary. Various games were played by the' children and refreshments wer« served by Mrs. Kunz amid fancy colored hats and balloons. The guests, were Joan Strait, Martha Anne Westbroolc, Aileen Fitzgerald, Dottle Jean Stewart, Anne Fisher, Mildred Lorenz, Phyllis Swartz, William Davis, Harry Mierlcy, Billy Huston, Jimmy Cor- cclius, Gordon Miller,. Jr., Mary, David and Bobble Kunz. MrS. John Lykens assisted Mrs. Kuhz^wlth th» children. Superintendent and Mrs. James W. Herron of tho Pennsylvania .industrial reformatory entertained Friday evening In honor of their daughter Miss Jean Herron, who celebrate^, her birthday anniversary and as -well asi being a graduate of tho Huntingdon High school, this year. Dancing and music were tho of. the evening. The proverbial and symbolic ring and coin were found by Miss) Ruth Snyder and Geetrgo" 1 ' Shlngler.' Tho guests wero Misses Josephine Galbraith, Josephine Rymer, Loul Hazlett, Eleanor Zimmerman, JOB netto Newlin, Betty Galbraith, C lotte Fleck, Ruth Snyder, Mary derson, Anna Rohm, Catherine Herron. Dorothy Swigart, Josephine Bidcilc, Jano Gehrett; Messrs. Ronald Rowland, James Warfel. John Rhodes, John Watson. James Herron, Charles Swopo, George Shingler, Chrlt Herron, Tom Moloy, Dick Linton, Joo Pittlnger, George Kurtz, Dan Myers, Chester Grove and John Brewstcr. i Tho Camp Firo Girls and tlie Blue Birds of tho Alfaratn schools gave a farewell surprise party- on their leader Miss Elizabeth Wiley on Thursday evening in tho social room ot tho United Brethren church, where a covered dish luncheon was served, which was followed by games and story telling. Miss Wiley, who will he married tho middle of Juno to Paul Lonffrneeker, was- presented with a gift of pcwtnr aa a wedding gift from Hie girls. Miss Wiley will be succeeded by Misses Ruth Cunningham and Catharine Cooki take a more active part In the worlc of thn scout troop and will help the hoys sr.rui'R camping equipment and other necc.s.sary equipment, us .wall as assist in raising funds to equip their i quartern in tho new Sunday school biilldiiifr with lockers. Boy scout work generally in tho borough has been making .splendid progress and the scciutniHstors and church leaders sponsoring the four troops are very much KO.\l!IN(i SI'UINU THKATKM im.lny ami Tuenclny, June 2 and 9 w I t li deorgn O'Brien. Helen Chandler and Klopln KrtRlilt. Rivalry—Wnat Point'cadet with a lilil hi-iithei* ut Annapolis. Great [unttMill untl t ruining scones. Also (,'oinudy. lrout)l.-» '/Hi' IT I .H Lore is one means of repro* dueecl musie that lias the universal support of great musicians. 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