Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 8, 1929 · Page 25
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THE ALT06NA MIRROR—FRlDAV, NOVEMBER 8. 1929 TYRONE Tha ^Daughters of the King of the Columbia Avenue Methodist church will not hold their monthly meeting thjs evening. Announcement of the future date will be made at another time. The Young Ladies' Aid society of the First Presbyterian church will present their very clever home-talent play, "Clubbing a Husband," in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium, this evening. A number of special musical features will be presented between acts. This evenings entertainment promises plenty of amusement and the' young ladies are anxious for a large patronage. Princess Rahme Haldar, pleased another large audience in the First Methodist Sunday school building last evening. This evening the princess will give an unusual showing of moving pictures of scenes arid life of the Holy land, filmed during the past year on the princess' visit to her native country, and under her personal direction. In addition to the pictures, she will give an impressive dramatization of that beautiful story of love and religion with an elaborate Palestinian wedding. All persona interested In becoming more intimately acquainted with the Hold Lands, In such an Interesting and entertaining manner, are very cordially Invited to attend the service in the First Methodist Sunday schpol building, this evening. This, will be the last of the series of appearances of the princess in Tyrone. The Tyrone Ministerlum .met in monthly session with Vice President John R. Snyder presiding In the absence of the president, Dr. Joseph A. Speer, Pastors Morgan, Hartsoclt, Watson, King, Duvall, Owens, Stanley, Taylor and Snyder were present. Secretary McFeathers of the Y. M. C. A. was also present for a part of the session. Committees on nominations and program for 1930 were appointed. Election of officers for the next year will take place at the December meeting. Plans for the annual Thanksgiving service were discussed. It was decided to hold the service this y6ar on the morning of Thanksgiving day in the First Presbyterian church. Following the usual custom of rotation of speakers, Rev. Clifford L. Stanley, rector of the Trinity Episcopal church, will deliver the 1929 sermon. The ministerium will also have charge of a Thanksgiving service at the Mountain Orchard school house on Sunday, Nov. 24. Rev. Mr. Taylor, new pastor of the Bethel A. M. E. church was introduced to his fellow pastors and received' as a member of the ministerium. The paper for the day was read by Rev. L. L, Owens of Warriors Mark. His subject, "Progressive Revelation," was admirably handled and provoked much favorable criticism in the discussion that followed. The paper at the December meeting will be read by Rev. John R. Watson, with the subject, "Present Problems of World Evangelization." Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kennedy and two interesting little sons of Duquesne are spending a two weeks' vacation •with their relatives and friends in Tyrone. Mrs. Ella R. High of Lincoln avenue is enjoying a season with relatives in KHuns, W. Va. Mrs. High expects to return home the latter part of the week. Mrs. Guy Hess, has returned to her home in Hagerstown, Md., after spending a short season with her friend, Miss Alberta Wilson, In the LaMar apartments. Errorgrams*"** AT THAT TIMt VW\S THE SCENE OF SlfTER PUEDS MD ALMOST CONSTANT 6UERRILLA WAR- (Copyright, 1929, NEA Service, Inc.) There are at least four mistakes In the above picture. They may pertain to grammar, history, etiquette, drawing or whatnot. S«e If you can find thorn. Then look nt the scrambled word below—and unscramble It, by HWlfohliitf (ho letters around. Grade yourself 20 for each of the mistakes you find, and 20 for the word If you unscramble It. Tomorrow we'll explain the mistakes and tell you the word. Then you can see how near a hundred you bat. • '• • YESTERDAY'S COBBECTIONS. (1) The dog In the picture Is a getter, not a pointer. (2) The gun In the foreground has no trigger. (3) The man on the log has one hlgh-luco boot and one low-loco boot. (4) "Peasants" should bo pheasants. (5) The scrambled word In APPETITE. be the speaker of the evening at the regular association exercises. She will take for her regular subject, "Children's Literature." A good special musical program suitable for the day has been arranged by the committee. Rev. Wt E. Relfsnyder, pastor of Salem Reformed church, and G. B. Fink attended a meeting of the Junlata classls at Hollidaysburg yesterday. Mrs. Sarah White, mother of L. M. White, 208 East Bell avenue, underwent a severe operation at Altoona hospital on Wednesday. Her condition is reported to be as good as may be expected. GREENWOOD Mrs. Irvin Eastep and daughter Mrs, C. McClaln, are visiting in New Jer- ! X. The Willing Workers class of Greenwood United Brethren church will meet for Us monthly session at the church at, 7'.30 this evening. Mrs. Lewis Cummlngs of Patton, spent Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. John Lynch, and family. A jolly birthday party was held In honor of the nineteenth birthday of Miss Violet Staley on Wednesday evening. A great time was had with games and music until a late hour, when dainty refreshments were served by Mrs. Lena and Mrs. Bessie Staley. The home was nicely decorated. The young lady received many beautiful gifts. Thoso present were Violet Staley, Olive Boyles, William Walters, Grace Kerlin, Paul Bollinger, Gladys Kerlln, Elmer Johnson, Rosalyn Rhoades, Dora Miller, Clifford Matthews, Harold Mower, Howard Dougal Bertha Lynch, Hazel Norrls Charlotte Montgomery, Bernice Taylor, Evelyn Pope, Mildred Norris, Mr. and Mrs. James Staley and family. "BEDFORD" Mr. and Mrs. James H. Lahcr of Altoona spent Tuesday evening with friends In Bedford. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lytle of Sharon spent several days this week with friends In Bedford. They had just returned from Washington, D. C., where they visited their daughter Margaret, who Is a student at Na- ttional Park seminary. Mrs. L. D. Blackinelder, Miss Margaret Kcyser, Mr. John Blackinelder and cousin Mrs. Sam Jordan motored to Altoona Wednesday afternoon. Sam Jordan of Toledo, O., is visiting Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Blackinelder of South Juliana street. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brice and daughters Ann and Louise and Mrs. J. Roy Cessna spent Wednesday in Cumberland, Md. Tuesday, Nov. 5 at the Fort Bedford inn a dinner dance was given at 0.45 by the following people In Bedford. Misses Grace and Margaret Hartley, Miss Pearl Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Hughes, Mr. Harry Hartley, Mrs. Gertrude Genslmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Hadfleld. The Bedford orchestra furnished music for the evening. The guests from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. James H. Laker, Mr. and Mrs. Benner Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cunningham, Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Robinette, Everett, Dr. and Mrs. G. I. Shoemaker, Cumberland, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs. George Shoemaker, Somerset, and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Shuck, Clearfield. Marriage licenses were Issued to the following people In Bedford recently: EAST END Through a misunderstanding It was announced that the degree team of Pride of Altoona council, No. 116, Daughters of America, would put on an initiation In Johnstown. this evening. Any member la invited to witness the initiation of a large class in the Johnstown lodge. W. H. Harshberger and sons William and Leroy and Don Nagle of Altoona and Malvin Bare of Centre county have returned from a hunting trip in Centre county. They bagged forty- live rabbits and two ringneck pheasants. Miss Thelma Vaughn, daughter of Mrs. Eva, Vaughn, 403 East Bell avenue, who underwent an appendicitis operation in, Altoona hospital on Wednesday, is reported to be in a fairly good condition. The East End Parent-Teacher asso- cltion has arranged for an Armistice day program at the regular meeting of' the association Monday night, Nov. 11. Altoona council, No. 370, Junior Order United American Mechanics, will present each room in the building a beautiful American flag. The presentation address will be made by Rev. W. C. Reifsnyder, pastor of Salem Reformed church, while the principal, Walter S. Haight, will accept the flags on behalf of the school. Mrs. Kreuzpolntner will H ERE'S The Money You Need! When you need extra cash, simply call at the Household Finance Corporation offices, explain your problem, and the money you need will be handed you without delay. Here You May Borrow $100 $200 $300 or other amounts Under our new rate, which ia nearly one-third lower, you can borrow $140 for the same total cost as we formerly charged for $100. No outside signers—no fees—no deductions. Repay in one month or twenty months. Pay interest only for actual time you keep money. Call, write or phone Househ< Co Finance lion r-Estmblishtd ify&~ 3rd Floor Penn Central BIdg. llth Avenue and 12th Street—Phone 9371 ALTOONA William Hellmene of Dunc.ansvllle nnd Ethel Lenard (Moore) of Bedford; Adelbert Musser Whlpp and Ly- dla Jane Hoffman of Geistown; John Wilmor Rlley and Elna Anna Whlt- fleld of Marklesburg; Charles E. Nleld and Elta V. Dorsey of Cumberland, Md.; Victor Adam King of Mende- vlllo and Mary Agnes Wnlsh of Spnng- ler; Raymond Keefer of Coloraln and Irene Clltea of Wolfsburg; Irvan R. Will and Cleo Penrl Miller of Schellsburg. Russell foreman Is a patient In the Cumberland hospital. Misses Nell Filler, Margaret Lesslg nnd Rose Marie Garlety, teachers in Altoona Junior High school, were Bedford visitors Tuesday night. The Parent-Teacher meeting hold Monday evening in the grade building was enjoyed by nil present. The subject discussed was "Barks." Miss Mary Donahon, Mrs. Jack Lyon, MISS Emily Statler and Rev. R. S. Caldwell talked about tho different books children should read. Miss Ethel Koontz directed the music of the evening. Pete Ott of Uniontown has been hunting with friends In Bedford since Monday. MART1NSBURG Classes for instruction in the Heidelberg catechism will be organized in the Reformed charge. In St. John's, Martlnsburg, the class will meet In the c'.hureh Saturday, Nov. 9, at 10 a. m. In Salem, Beavertown, the clnss will meet during the Sunday school sessions. The annual congregational meeting of Salem church will be held Nov. 21, at 7 p. m. Why do doctors specify Bayer. Aspirin - and why should you be as particular? 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