12 THE MIRROR-FRIDAV. NOVEMBER 8, 1929 \ KIWANIANS HAVE ENJOYABLE TIME Ladies' Night at Penn-Alto Hotel Marked by Banquet and an Entertaining Program. Brookhart Describes "Wet Party" Ladies nipr>it was observed by the AHopna KIwnnlH club lust cvoninf,' and It was innrkcd by n bnnquet nml in excellent pi-n^nim of tntertnlnmcnt (it the Pcnn-Alto hotel. More thnn ZOH of tho members and their laillcs were in attendance, this latter eHperially .finding the ultiilr one of Kreat plean- ure. The Klwnninns whose birthday nnnl- versarlcfl vtvra oliaorvnd during the months of July, August nnd Septi'mber worn tho hosts of the evening anil they made their parly :i gala event. He.in- tltxil c-rymnl nec,kliu:«s w«rn the favont to the IndlcH nnd In addition Borne forty attendance , rizes were awarded. The' music. WHS delightfully entertaining nnd WIIH rendered hy the Kiwimls "Million Dollar" orchestra vuxli'r the direction of Adutn Bnydcr and IIH- nlstnd by Mrs. Curl Irvin who rendered snvernl vocal .selections in her usual plcuslng manner. The, livening begnn with the enjoyment of an excellent banquet nt the conclusion of which 1'runiflcul. Dr. George K. Allcinnn, presiding, turned the session, which look the. place of the regular noonday luncheon meeting, over to John J. Illiberal roll, lie presented Allen Kennedy Uoutwcll, the noted I'lttdhurgh humorist, who, for (in hour afforded a steady ntrcum of mirth and merriment In the delivery of his tn Ik on "The. Joy of Living." It was chock full of quips and witticisms that made for wmlles and hxuRhtnr. The ladles had the opportunity of viewing the activities of the Klwanians In their work of rehabilitating the un der-privlleged hoys of tho community through tlti! presentation of the past nummer's activities at I'orl Kobcrduuu farm. They were tho motion pictures taken by Abe Cohen and presented hy him on the silver screen. They form H complete, record of tho Kiwanls achievement and proved highly Interesting. Tho dinging of Konie ot thf Into popular songs, under the direction of W, T. Heed, enlivened tho eve Iling. President Allcmun at tho close of tho meeting called attention to th< club members that tho time WIIH herf lor the nominating of officers to nerve for the ensuing year and that they should present tholr candidates to the nominating committee. The com mitten In charge of the birthday party •was composed of the following: ibnvlc J. Davis, William H. McEldowncy John Hilty, Dr. J£. J. Hoover, Thomas G. Peoples, John J. Haberstroh, Wll llnm Reed, Paul Brooks, John R. Mar tin, Lloyd Barnett, Martin Marsh Harvey H. Moyer, T. Chester Parnons •.nd Charles Kollnr. HA didn't Iftnlfl It, »o Snnittor Smith W. nrookhnrt. couldn't testify whether It was wine, ((In, whiskey nr Home other kind of liquor that flowed nl 11 "Wall .Struct party" given fnr senators In a Washington hotel. Hut the lown leKlslutor "recognized tho nromii from old saloon days," nnd here you Deo him, /eft, telling District Attorney I.e.a Haver nli'oul It. I-uler Senator Ilroolthnrt trattfleil before a lllnlrle-t of Columbia grand jury. FINANCIAL BRIEFS IN TODAY'S NEWS (By United NEW YORK, Nov. 8.—Newport company has offered common stockholders of record Nnv. 23 additional common stock at $20 a share in the ratio of one share new stock for each forty shares common stm:k held. Richfield Oil Company of California has started delivery of fuel oil t.o the. Southern Pacific railroad under terms of five-year contract, during which time approximately 0,000,000 barrels will bo taken. Frank H. Anderson, vice president In charge of store operations of the Amor- lean Department Stores corporation, has been elected president, succeeding L, L. Jay, resigned. United States Steel corporation unfilled tonnage Is estimated to have Increased between 150,000 and 200,000 tons In October to approximately 4,100,000 tons. Chevrolet Motor company has begun to lake shipments ot automobile body NhoctH, enabling some steel mills to broaden schedules. Ford Motor continues a fair buyer of steel. Columbian Carbon company has purchased for cash, 111,402 shares of the capital stock of the Mississippi River Fuel corporation, 1,020 shares Fcdera' Fuel corporation nnd 41,897 shares In- lerutate GIIH Company, Inc. National Dairy Products corporation has aculred the Frechtltng Dairy :ompany of Ohio, and the Hiland Dairy company of Kentucky. National Steel company has been Incorporated as a holding company for certain subsidiaries of the M. A, rlannn, company, Great Lakes Steel company and Wclrton Steel company. Pennsylvania railroad loadings In the period from Jan. 1 to Nov. 2 were 7,384,437 cars, against 0,929,607 cars in the samo period of last year. Holdings by the federal reserve banks of bills bought in the open market decreased $9,500,000 in the week ended Nov. 0 und member bank deposits $93,900,000, whilo there was practically no change In holdings of bills discounted and government securities. MATERIAL WITNESS TO WAIT FOR HER RELEASE NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 8.—Gloria Rouzer will be held In the Point-A-La Hache jail for at least two more dayi while her testimony In the Jack Kraft murder case is transcribed. Tho New York girl, who was arrested as a material witness, testified yes terday, charging that an accusation linking Second Officer John McGould rick of tho steamer Creole to the Kraf killing, was obtained from her by du ress. She said District Attorney Lean der Perez "kept me up till mldnigh firing questions at me." "Making that statement," the gir said, "WHS my only alternative." The statement she referred to wa one in •which »he Bald "McGouldric! was the only one who could have kill- d Kraft." Miss Rouzer sobbed a» she testified hat Kraft was alive when he leaped rom the rail of the Creole on which hoy had planned to make a voyage ogethcr. A coroner's inquest dhowed hat Kraft died from a bullet wound n the chest. tfo the best of my knowledge Jack ivas allva when he left the Crc le," Miss Rouzer said. "What happened o him after that is beyond my Unowl- dgo." The girl admitted it was McGould- Ick'H attention to her that caused her o quarrel with Kraft shortly before Is death. McGoutdrlck, Indicted on a charge f murder, was arraigned yesterday. He will go on trial Nov. 6. HUNTERS ARE LUCKY. Number llctu r n From fields With Hunters are still meeting with sue- Well rilled dame Bags. cess and return) ig with large game >ags, according to all reports. Ran- ilts arc plentiful In every section. Hunters find that ringneck pheasants are very scarce In the district. Hcv. Matthew S. Q. Mellott, pastor of the Wesley Memorial Methodist church, Kast Junlata, bagged a turkey :obbler while hunting in Sinking valley yesterday. He was accompanied by Tohn Shipe, East Junfata. Floyd Aycrs, Water Street, brought down a turkey gobbler weighing seventeen pounds while hu ting at Bar- •ee. John Ayers, his father, and C. B. Johns were also In tho party. City Commissioner Samuel B. Taylor _unned near Bedford and he matched ils shooting ability against Henry J. Baum, city engineer. Both were dead- ocked in the total of game bagged. W. A. Webster of 2218 Tenth avenue, railroad conductor, bagged four rabbits, six squirrels, three pheasants and an eleven pound turkey near the Maryland line-. He will be host at a dinner Saturday. BEST RADIO FEATURES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY (Copyright, IQifl, by United Press.) WEAF, NBC network—8 p. m.—Or- chestra and Cavaliers. WABC, CBS network—9 p. m.—Hour. WJZ, NBC network—9.30 p. m,— Phllco hour: "Mile, Modiste," Act 1. WABC, CBS network—10.80 p. m,— Operatic Concert. WEAF, NBC network—10.30 p. m.-^ Mystery hour. WFBG, Altoona—8 p. m.—Grace U. B. Glee club. DRUGGISTS OP COUNTY ELECT NEW OFFICERS The Blair County Pharmaceutical association held Its monthly meeting with a luncheon at the Perin-Alto hotel yesterday noon. It was largely attended and was marked chiefly by the election of officers for the coming year and a discussion of general trade conditions. The following officers were chosen: President, David J. Davis; vice president, Walter I. Llghtner; secretary, Carson H. Brady; treasurer, William Burgoon. Mr. Davis succeeds E. Raymond Smith and he stated to his fellow members that his alni would be to give the association a year that would enable. It to enjoy the success that marked the one just closed. President Davis announced that one of the projects for the future would be the holding of a ladles' niglit. He also announced that on Wedensday, Nov. 20,' the druggists of the county would attend the Klwanis luncheon which will be of special Interest to them in- aitnuch as the program will Include I the showing of pictures of the manufacture of biologicals. ATHLETES WILL STAGE SECOND X-COUNTRY RUN The second cross-country run sponsored by the Altoona Y. M, C. A,, cooperating VMth the Middle division and the Altoona High school, will be held i Saturday from the Driving park with the finish at the Ctfcket field. More than twenty -will participate. The entries will meet at the Cricket fleld at 1 o'clock and will be taken by auto to the Driving park. C. O. Mitchell will act as official starter. The route Is as follows: Pleasant valley to Eighth street, to Eighth avenue, to Seventh street, to Cricket fleld. C. R. Gates and Paul Rupert will be checkers at Eighth street, Clarence Crook and J. E. Corn at First avenue, Louis Huber and A. C. Irvin at Eighth avenue and C. E. Andrews and Paul Sherwin at Seventh street. The finish at the Cricket fleld will be prior to the Spangler-Catholic High football game. One dollar .a mile was the cost of propelling the Graf Zeppelin on its 20,000-mile flight around the i world. MECHANIC IS KILLED. GREENSBtTRQ, Pa., Nov. 8.—W. H. Huffman, a mechanic of Greensburg, was instantly killed today when the automobile in which ho was riding skidded and upset .in the Lincoln highway, one mile east of here. Death resulted from a fractured skull. fp W| «* «M Washable BHati' E •% JBl Ki nel Du*t Cloth with every pint of Johnson's Liquid Wax. DOUGHERTY HDW. 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