Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 8, 1929 · Page 26
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THE AL/TOONA MIRRQR-FKHJAV, NOVEMBER a, 1929 Church, Society and Fraternal : SOCIETY NEWS The Ladles of the Oolden Eaglo will liold a mnsquermk 1 parly tonight at trre homo of Inna MrMnnigal of 1902 Fourth strert. Tho Indfjc- will hold in- iltfttlon of mnmbiM-.s on Snfurclny evc- nfrifj and a covered dlHh luncheon will ra)lpw. jTfie regular meeting of l.hc SI. G. lj. • •tub will he held at thn home of Mlns Kisli- Fleming nf :tO(l First avenue this "vcnlng at 7.-1& n'clonk. At H recent meeting of thr <;\nh, the following offl- I'rtrs were circled: President, Ini Hill; setretnry, Hiizi-l Uibscin: t.ri'n.surcr, liblS Horton; plnnlHt. Until Banks; pfeds Hacrctnry. Hnzcl M'urrlfts: pro- gjahi planning, Vlvlnn (Jcnscy. A' very enjoyable birthday piirty \vn.« li|ld at the home "f K. <{. ATcCniilcy oi.' JWgglcs Gap on Wednesday ov«- nlhg, Oct. 30, In honor of Clarence Dtffendtrfer. A sumiitumiN supper wns siSrved by Mrs. Mr.Onuley followed hy aft evening of games and mimic:. Tho.no pfoiient were Mrs. Annie Ijlffpiidc-rfcr, nl)-, and Mrs. Clnrr-ncci niflnndurfcT, Barbara and Half mffnnderfer, Mian Emma English, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. (1. McCnulcy. and sons (Jk-nn ami Rodger McCnulcy. ^ , _.-o — ^The Calhpdriil guild will meet in regular session this c'vi'iilng nt H o'elnch lit. the Knights nf Columbus homi; at 1J08 Twelfth avenue. Following the business session, cards and refrcsh- njents will be enjoyed. The- cummll- toe In charge of the evening's cnter- trflnmcnt Is as follows: Mrs. Maud Bfadlcy, Mrs. DeHHie Hrunton, Mrs. Bertha Bettwy, Mrs. Kile Hiirrhllnlci, Mrs, Mary CupplM, Mrs. Hannah Con- IcJfi, Mrs. Barhuru Canty and Mrs. Christina. Ullery. All members and ffionds are Invited to attend this af- ,. - • _7rhe home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard yjddle of 11H Second street was the HQene of a very enjoyable! birthday KUrprlsc party on Tuesday evening In honor of the 34lh birthday anniversary of Mr. Blddle. The evening was spent IrJ'finrds and music and at the close of tJle session, the hostess served 11 very dtlicious luncheon. Those present wVe: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wctzel, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rhodes, Mr. and lira. John I'arsons, Mr. and Mrs. J. y :> McCaulcy, Mrs. Pearl Morgan, Mrs. Ejrirothy Morgan, Mrs. Bessie Halnley, Mrs. Nancy Westover, Mrs. Anna Bowun, Miss Nellie DouKberty and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bldclle and cllll- dfren Harry, Clifford and Hutli. MROANClTwiLL •BE BENEFIT EVENT .Are you going to the barn dance? ^Thlfl IB really tin; most universal qjiustlon askcjd In Altoona at present, tthd; Invariably, thn answer Is "1 should say I am." You wee this hum cjjmce is to be a most realistic affair aftd' little by little the clever UuUils are becoming known. Thcru arc to bo c8y, pretty milkmaids, gay, rollicking •farmerettes, and vivacious Jockey girls. You may even get a blue ribbon turkey or pig, or maybe a lovely homemade cake. You will ho thrilled with the barn Itself—a gable roofed, genuine barn, with rafters, haymows, stalls with harness on pc,>gs—in fuel, a reft.1' barn In the Penn-Alto Logan room. •There la n twofold reason why so many will attend this party—It IH 11 Mercy hospital benefit dancu and thcro will, be fun galore. Bo sura to rend tho further announcements so that you may learn mops of the milkmaids, Jockeys, and farmerettes, as well as some unusually clever stunts. Any member of the Mercy hospital auxiliary will be pleased to give; you specific Information, LEGIONNAIRES SPONSOR DANCE AT SUNSET PARK IfyFavorite •Plans for the American l,oglon Armistice day ball nt Sunset pnrk on Nov. Jlj.jto bo Hpormoreit by thn Fox-PcHlo pOf){, No. 500, of Carrolltown, Imvo .been completed nnd according to nil Indications a record crowd will hn on hand to enjoy tlie «ven/ng, holli as dancers and as Hpcctulurx, tn tu'iu- Ishum Jones and his Brunswick ro- col'dlng orchestra. •Thl* marks the. only appouranco of Idh'am Jones noted composer and musical director, In this m>i'.tlon. Rc- pOted to be tho world's highest paid jo,zz orchestra conductor, Jones cwlnl)- llahed a precedent by retiring n whorl time ago. Howuvur, this freudnm was short lived, public acclaim ili'imuullng his return to hfa former occupation. An evening of real enjoyment is assured those participating In the Ar- mlatlce day affair next .Mundiiy evening. DILLON of fie.w Mexico (>ov, IMIlou Therefore nil things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do yc; UVPII HO to them: for this is tho law nnd the; prophets.—Matthew 7:12. (Compiled by the Ulblo Oulld) Saturday: cllst. ' Meredith Mclmlscin, nuv- AILEEN LAMONT'S STYLES OF TODAY »>• AILUUN ],AMOMT Staff Correspondent (CopyrlBhl, 1H2S). by Allouim Mirror.) N1SW YORK, Nov. 8.—Two gowns straight from Paris nnd worn at the embassy in New York last evening Illustrate the fact that if your gown Is long, you cun put tho wiilstllne about where you please. One frock, ot black clrpo liir ; e, which touched the floor In the Imnk but was a trlllo shorter In front, was bloused with folded lace to make a very low waistline. The second gown, ot coral silk-velvet, with the effect of a divided skirt given at tho rear hy the lightly fitting back and tho two long drupes on each hip, had n wiilstllne—accentuated by a bell of tho velvet—almost under the arms. Tim l'iift;n Hoy Cloak. Riilcnga of Purls and Rome lias created a graceful evening cloak on tho puUcrn of cloiilis worn by pagca of tho sixteenth century. Of green velvet, UI!H garment hus a long, narrow wipe hanging from the shoulders. The capo Is pulntud with a conventional pattern In silver nnd lined with silver cloth. Tills clouk in intended for wear with a dunce, frouk of 183(1 type 'in almond green chiffon; the- skirt, every piece of which IH But In with godutw. has three four-Inch ruffles hiiriging at tho back In u point that touches tho door. Why Women Onlf. .Straight from England to the smartest women golfers of New York comes tho Idea of red, gruen, or blue shoes, sometimes In moccasin shape. Theso sports shoos carry out the predominating colors in tweed suits. Alligator skin In coffee, rich brown, yellow, blue green, red or purplo Is coming Into f/ivor us trimming for women's sports shoes of white buckskin. From London alao comes an intimation that fur wll remain very fashionable for coats nnd for trlmmingH. The autumn fur gales over the world, us well they might, thoro havo attracted buyers from all ulnco Oroitt Britain Imports some 40,000,000 pelts annually. Compact Wflok-cmlH. About nil yon need In the week-end bag is a nightgown and a powder puff, If you happen to bo provided with one of thu new \veok-end ensembles. , The ensemble consists of a coat, skirt and vostee; the coat nnd ultlrt of cloth Is, for example, brown. With this goes also a silk or satin froclc of a brown to matith tho coat or tlio coat lining. And thcro you lire, ready for a tramp through the woods or for a formal tea. CHURCH NEWS Tho Ladies' Aid society of the St. Paul's Methodist church at Loop Station will meet In regular session on Tuesday evening, Nov. 12, at 7.30 o'clock. All members and their friends nrc invited to attend. —o— The Victory class of the Fourth Street Church of God Sunday school will hold Its regular meeting this evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. toudnour of 1008 Second street, Junl- ata. A. good time Is planned for those attending nnd all members are asked .o be present. —o— The Young Women's Missionary society of the First United" Presbyterian church will entertain the members of the Women's Missionary society of the church n.l a covered dlah luncheon this evening at 0 o'clock in tho church. The lonor guest of tho evening will be Miss Tromnn, a missionary from India. All members of the society are asked to >o In attendance. —o— Tho Traveling Union Prayer circle will hold Its weekly prayer and praise service tomorrow, evening at 7.30 o'clock at tho home of Mr. and Mrs *elfsteck of 728 Woodrow avenue, Pleasant Valley. Special singing and full gospel message mark each serv- c:e. A cordial Invitation Is extended to ho public to attend. Sunday services In (he chapel at 3 lcasant Valley iivenuo and Sixteenth street will be held as follows: Sunday school at 2.30 o'clock In the afternoon, >rayer and praise service at 7 o'clock n tho evening, preaching by Kev. Evans at 7.30 o'clock. The Bible study will be held on Thursday evening at .30 o'clock and will be in charge of lev. Evans. The Personal Workers' Mission band of the Church of the Open Door will ncet this evening at the home ot C. L. Nelly of 1430 Washington avenue. The subject for teaching will he "The Believer Secure Eternally In Christ." The public 1» invited to attend these meetings and enjoy the teaching of the word of Ood. W. 0. HAUDMO COUNCIL IN INTERESTING SESSION The Warren O. Harding council, No. 372, of the Junior Order United American Mechanics held Its first get- together membership campaign meet- Ing In Its club rooms on Monday evening, Nov. 4, with a large percentage of Its membership present. During the early part of the evening, the members and their wives enjoyed an oyster sup 1 per. Several of the members gave Interesting and enthusiastic talks stressing the point for all members to get busy and bring In new candidates. All present pledged their support In this work and will try to make the council one ol the largest In Blair county by May 6, 1930. It Is the hope of the committee that all members bo present at thn next COLONIAL TODAY AND SATURDAY Continuously 2 to 5 and 7 to 10.30 p. m. Sir Hall Calno's Masterpiece "The Bondman" TONIGHT PricesS: "AMATEUIl NIGHT" All. Now (nil neut») ZSc lOe-lBo Broken Plates and Loose Plates remade like new. Free examination SWEET AIR For the I'nlnloBs Kxtrac- tlon of Teeth PR. SHOR 1112 12th Avo. Phone 2-1D2U Next Door to Lincoln Trust Bank Hniirn: Dally D a. m. to 6 p. m. Hon., Wed., Stit., to 8 p. m. meeting on Monday evening, Nov. 11, cs there will be a surprise In stow for all. The social committee for the occasion comprises J. V. Bruaa, J, W. Burket and H. A. Kenslnger. All officers and members of Mountain temple, No. 6, of the Ladies of the Golden Eagle are asked to attend th« special business meeting on Saturday evening, Nov. 9. 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