Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 8, 1929 · Page 16
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 16

Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Friday, November 8, 1929
Page 16
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THE ALTOONA MIRROR—FRIDAY, NOVSMBfiR 8, 1929 JUNIOR MECHANICS TO OPEN CAMPAIGN Representatives oT the eight Blair county councils of tlm .lunlor Order United American Jlonlianics were present at the meotiiiK held on Wednesday evening In the Pride of Mountain City council club rooms nml plans were completed for (lie membership cnm- pnls-n which will shortly bo gotten under way. At the meeting the membership campaign rommitlcc WMS c>rn!inl/.>'d with the election of a secretary, M. S. Keller, and a treasurer, .T. B. White. II. P. Hurkliokler was appointed chairman of the hall committee. The next meeting of the campaign committee will bo held In two weeks. On Sunday afternoon. Nov. 24, at 2.30 o'clock, Rev. l..oni;, pastor of the Frnnkstown Methodist rhnivh, will be the speaker at the meeting to be held In the P. O. S. of A. hall at Uuncans- vllle. The affair Is being sponsored by the Duneansville council. No. Hlli. The membership committee is as follows: From 370 -J. W. Speer, M. A. Socket, J. C. Sickles; from :i72--.7:i.mi'.i Burkct, S. A. Rhodes, .1. W. Brumbaugh; from 371)—Ira. Wallers. John Eckcrt and M. K. Kmies; from 37(1 — • M. S. Keller, A. T). P.alier and Kdward Decker; from 370—W. M. dlnns, Fred Olnss and J. I,. Evans; from C,2\ --IL O. Hoffman, A. I). Mitchell anil J. M. Bechtol; from 472-1''. M. Tletrlck, W. W. Shlplett and C. M. Salterlleld. HISTORIANS TO MKKT. The Blair County Historical tfnclety will hold Its monthly meeting at the Penn-Alto hole] at. 7.45 o'clock this evening. Various matters of interest will be considered at the session and officers will be chosen for the ensuing year. \ BETS ARGUMENT DATE. WASHINOTON, D. C., Nov. 8.— Tho Interstate commereo commission today assigned the application of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad to acquire the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh railway for linal argument hero on Dec. 19. Crossword Puzzle IIOItl/XINT.AL 1 Itiico (nick ciicuK. 4 Tribunal. !) l/nlf. JUHIripod clolli. 11 X before., 15 Curse. JO IR-iidcd ])in. 1 7 Cut's foot. 18 Auricular. 20 To scatter. 21 Hlgnnl system. 22 To cotno nun In to mind. 24 Kloctor. 25 Type of fed Ion. 20 llonvt'iily body. 20 To Hindi. .1.1 Elliptical. .'{4 To cnrccn. .10 Mnlzo. »7 Ky. J18 To moan. 40 Tablet. 41 To miiko a mistake. 42 A sixteenth pound. 43 Farewell. < tumor. 45 To besiege. 40 Conducted. VERTICAL J Work. 2 To subside. YESTERDAY'S ANSWER 1K.T- 8 Fenr. 4 Because. 5 Death notice. 0 Disclosures. 7 Inured. 8 Encountered. 0 Station. 10 To elude. 11 More novel. 11) Porous cup. 21 Resembling a cone. 2.1 Rodent. 24 1'romise. 20 Contends. 27 Manifest. 28 To wed. 30 I'rlckly pear. HI To beseech. 32 Finished. 34 Real. 35 Step. 38 Lump. 30 Mesh of lace. BELIEVE COLLAPSE IN MARKET ENDED By ELMER C. WAT-ZEn, V. T. Financial Editor. NEW YORK, Nov. 8.-Wall Street was In a better frame of mind today. Traders believed the end of the decline had been reached and that the heaviest part of the selling-out of poorly- margined accounts was over. The majority looked for a good mnr- kot today, biit few would commit themselves on the more distant future. The decline of $G5(i,000,000 in brokerage loans announced after the close last night wiped out all the vast accumulation of the entire year and proved such a pleasant surprise to the entire country that buying orders flooded in on the wires last night and this morning before the opening. At 8.45 specialists or their clerks were on the floor of the exchange Htraightcnlng out open trades and preparing for the opening. Heavy odd- lot business indicated that the small traders were entering again. Brokers' letters sent out overnight had a decidedly bullish tone in many instances. Money houses that had bee nadvlslng caution reversed their position and came out flatly recommending purchase of stocks. "The stock market is now in a healthier position and presents better jiosslbiltlcs for long term investment than at any time in the past two years," according to a statement issued today by Samuel Ungerleider, head of the New-York Stock exchange llrm of Samuel Ungerleider & company. "The succession of declining markets that we have had during the last few weeks," Uhderleider said, "has, in my opinion, finally eliminated practically all of the weak holdings. I believe the demand for sound securities, that is now coming from all over the country, will be more than ample to take care of selling due to impaired margins." Ungerleider stated it was the opinion of his company's statistical organization that holders of bonds and preferred stocks, which return only a limited yield, will do well to sell these securities now and purchase In their place the common stocks of the ma- or industrial, utility and merchandis- ng companies of the United States. Underlelder pointed out that many locks had been driven down too far and that any Ill-effects that might :ome from the big break might well be iverdlscounted now. "Even if corporate profits should show an average 30 ier cent decline next year," he said, 'the large majority of stocks would ook cheap at current prices. Just now corporation reports show arnlngs much higher than last year and many companies are being added o the list of those declaring extra dlv- dends or raising their dividends. Rail- oads are reporting higher returns, as re many utilities. RELIGIOUS SURVEY IS PLAN OP MINISTERIUM MOUNT UNION, Nov. 8.—At a meet- ng of the Mount Uni6n Mlnisterium leld in the parlors of the First Meth- ITSTIIKIITY TO BUY ON . Better Styles! Bigger Values! Open a Friendly Charge Account,' and Enjoy Being Well*. Dressed ( SALE of Women's Coats Gigantic values in "styles of the moment". 1 Trim tailoring: features, slim straight lines. 1 BROADCLOTH, SUEDE CLOTH, HER, RINGBONES, TWEEDS, etc. Richly trim- 1 med with furs and beautifully lined with ar-! Jtistic colors of silk. The fabrics are in all the' 'warm autumn colors and the workmanship! is done in the finest style.^You'll appreciate! these splendid values. •" 5O 50 GREAT VALUES IN StylishDresses We know that these dresses'are "not only styled up-to-the-tick-of-the-clock but the colors arc right as well. Reds, Greens, Browns, Blues and of course, soft tans, and' Blacks. You will need several of these pretty dresses chic and new to the smallest detail. SATIN, CREPE, SILK PRINTS, GEORGETTES, VELVETS, COMBINATIONS. 95 $ 14 95 COATS for Girls $IO.95 1421 llth Ave. Newest Suits and Overcoats Styles for men that strike the latest note in garments that do not suffer by comparison with any store, any place. Best of fabrics, newest of patterns and weaves, best workmanship are the features that make our suits and overcoats popular. All sizes and models for every type of man/ 21 so $ 50 OVERCOATS for Boys $9.95 1421 llth Ave. W JUST ;$|oR$2'A WEEK-YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITHES odlat chufch Arid Attended by the paS- tors and menibsfs of then? official boards, plans were made to make a religious survey and friendly visitation of the t wn of Mount Union and the suburbs.' For some time the mln- Isterlum, desiring to render more efficient ministry to all the people In the community, had been discussing this project and committees were appointed and plans perfected. Rev. J. W. Shannon, D. D., was elected chairman of the work and George W. Radle was chosen secre- tary, and Mr. Radio and Mr, Ocker werd appointed a, committee to district the town and community for the visitors. It Is planned that two workers shall go together, the two representing different churches. A committee composed of Miss Idessa, 'Rinker, Mrs. W. K. Harrison, Mrs. C. H. Fetterolf and Mrs. Mary A. Kyper, was chosen to arrange for a supper "onference on the work which will begin on the Sunday following the supper, the tentative time for holding the supper being Nov. 15. Churned and Sold Within The Week OAK GROVE BUTTER For Sale By Your, Grocer The earth's cord is ft sea 6t dens* » liquid glass oh which oceans and con-* , tlnents float and elide, according « J Dr. Reginald A. Daly of Harvard unl«-\ verslty. •'' Beautiful Fall HANDBAGS $1.95 $0.95 $4.95 KARASEK'S 1409 lltti Are. FINEST TON£ IN D I O Provides Altoona .....with a Radio especially designed for local conditions WITH TRIPLE SCREE W AIT until you bear it—llien buy any radio you desire. But hear the Amrad tone first. It may not please you, BUT if you happen to be one of those people with an "ear for music," nothing else will ever satisfy you. For this Amrad tone is different! Great musicians tell us it has a fine, true quality; music lovers say it thrills them with its deep, rich, vivid quality. As for modern music of all kinds— well, Rudy Vallee selects, the Amrad for his, and says its the radio he loves to listen to. Amrad comes in four models (A. C. or D. C.) especially designed for big city conditions. Ultra selective razor edge tuning, extremely sensitive, with built-in power speakers and using eight tubes including THREE SCREEN GRID TUBES! And each model has a phonograph pick-up attachment and built-in antenna. Let us send you the name of a near-by dealer who will be glad to give you a demonstration, in your own home if you prefer. T HIS beautiful console^ with veneers of butt Walnut and African Wai- nut overlays, is tbe gem of the Amrad Bel Canto Series. Its graceful proportions, beauty of design and rich finish emphasize the artistry of Art Moderne inspiration. It contains the Amrad Screen Grid 8-tube Chassis, including THREE SCREEN GRID TUBES; built-in electric power speaker^ Mershon Condenser, phonograph pick-up attachment and illuminated dial. i 1825 Union Avenue, Altoona, Pa. 334 Chestnut Street, Harrisburg, Pa. Pioneer Central Pennsylvania Distributor AMRAD; Sold by the Following Dealers: H. N. HENRY Huntingdon GEORGE REARICK Huntingdon I. HARVEY KAGARISE Martiniburg HARRY SHERR'S DEPT. STORE Mapleton Depot R. 0. SHAW. McConnelUburg LAIRD'S MUSIC STORE Mt Union R. B. KEITH OrbUonia HERWITZ HARDWARE STORE .. Philip«burg H1TES DRUG STORE Roaring Spring SPENCER R. M. McCAHAN Saxton REYNOLDS, MILLER & FUOSS Tyrone R. D. STAYNER Williamsburf CROSLEY-AMRAD SALES CO 1508 12th Ave. FAIRVIEW ELECTRIC 912 22nd Ave. GATELY & FITZGERALD CREDIT CO., 7th St. & 8th Ave. MILLVILLE RADIO SHOP 893 29th St. JUNIATA FURNITURE CO J un iata C. M. RUPERT Greenwood C. S. HAGERTY Alexandria KOONTZ MUSIC HOUSE Bedford C. 0. GRISSINGER Broad Top City KENNETH BURKET Clay$burg MARSHALL RANKIN Defiance LEE ELECTRIC CO Everett

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