Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 3, 1930 · Page 11
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* ION OH LIFE fill! Lanltft A, Helman, Mem* bef of'thsClasfrof 1030of K*w fifli High.School, Wills fftouity Prize. Cj6«im«tt<iisment a{ the New Paris High aeshotil WaS featured by an oratorical uSMtfeat AfflWtlg members of the Senior-claf*'fo# A prize.of SB in goia offered J& t&fttftWd of the faculty. The OP*Ubrt!l>Were,delivered at the u6mmemi*l(h*ht '"excises held last Thuridajr-«!Wtflinf and Miss Lanlta A Helm«.rt%fWed ,off the honors with h'er oratifiti b» "Ufe." The .1udge» <#«V PW>f6*»oAWaHea Dickey, super- inteXMettt M» Vn6 Allegheny county sehVli! im.y. 0. Fuss, Evangelical tnlnl«»t,''Jltid ttev, Gertrude Mitchell, OnWwTfcretlifeft minister, both of New *R«rls. the unanimous decision of the judges was handed to the principal, Professor Ezra . Snyder, who made the announcement and the award. Following*: Is Miss Helman s oration: .; "Life Is animate existence. When the He the the _.. l*i* «wte*»»f stjjfir*..- th« autatidft of their unnJfl and the d&slHless 4u&Hty of e*lsl«nee bf en* SOUl. "In the beginning; <*o;d erftated the heaven atfd the earth, then after tha fourth day God said: 'Let the waters . bring forth abundantly moving creature that hath life.' gave life .to man, and- He has power to take it away.' "W6 do not look at life from .... human standpoint alone because there Is life within the heart of every flower, in every glowirtg dew-drenched morning, there Is life In every storm that beats about us. Bach star as It shines from abc*ve oh the creatures ol the earth reminds us of a. life. Aftet a storm, the r.louds roll by and In the heavens w& see a rainbow flashing In the blue; then we again glimpse life in every hue. "There are two ways pointed out in life: The royal path, and the othei way Is too well known to need description. It we chdose the one that truth and reason tell us leads to honor, success and happiness, we have wisely chosen the royal path. It Is a. sad thing, after the lapse of twenty years to (Ind ourselves rtmld-ruined hopes; to sit down wit* folded hands and say 'Thus far life has been a failure.' Yet to how many does this statement "Life should pot be mean—It Is .._. HMW Iftdlvtatift »Wg» ft g»- ^.^, ittftde It gfofloua, Its cfnffifltrt H8 paved witft diamonds, tt» franks H* fringed With flowers attd over head Ha arched It With Stars. "fivefy youth should foffls at the outset of his career the solemn purpose to make the most and the befct of the powers that God has given hin\ "Such'a plan of life Will save him from many a dangerous temptation In life We should haye character and courage and then aim for the highest path. ' / "Bach of us is .building a structure for himself and this is called Character. Every act In life Is a stone with which we are building. If we build our lives with pure and noble, upright d.eedn we will have a fair temple, honored by God at the end of time. One leak will sink a shipv one flow may break _.a qhain so may we compare our deerfs. If we. have all noble deeds our building will be complete if not It will be like a broken vessel or a broken chain. "The value of character Is the standard of hunlan progress and any individual, community, or nation which lightly esteems character Is low. Wherever character is made secondary crime will prevail. "It Is men Ijke Washington with character that mean much to the life of each one of us today. "Nothing that is of real worth can M ttfefftft Iftfr WffHi v 6« mt, fltt *frd of ftttf Wgft MlffiH dfttfs It flat b«6» to* (fcuttigwito yotk- f. *I4« otfw .M* gffWlh efijefly to ffil Aettvs strtvlftg af ihe win, that «iw>utit*f * ctty, .c call effort, ftnd It M ftstoftlshiiig tfl flnd how often results are thus wade possible. "Aft instance Is told of a young French oflieer Who used to walk about his . apattfhetit exclaiming: 'I will be marshal of Prance and a great general.' That eager desire was his presentment ; for he did become a distinguished commander, and he died #. marshal of France. '.'Should misfortune overtake, work harder but never 'fly the track'— confront difficulties with unflinching perseverance. Should you then fall, you will be honored; but shrink and you will be despised. "In our voyage of Hf£ we must not drift but steer. He that floats lazily down stream in pursuit of something borne along by the same current Will find himself moved forward; but unless he lays his hand to the oar, 1 increases his speed by his own labor Resorts—Atlantic\ City, H. J Ar.i.iimas Avc. and the Boardwalk. HOMH Of HOSPITAl/ITi! ATTRACTIVE RATKB Phone B-9742. 1. N. BAYER, M. D., Prop. _, tiftce from thai WSftfeh tti I* tolto'tf- *«*. '•these thought* ate #*H exprassfed la $he lines of thft po«t: 'Strlv* to have a purpose, aftd that pwpMV keep in view, HHftmg Hk« * helpless vessel, thou canst ne'er to life prove true.' . "Never let misfortune cast y^ott down. If a spider breaks his web? over and over will he mend It again. If the sun Is going down look up 16 the Stars.- Set your goal, look, And press forward to It with determination so that you may at last gain the crown of victory. And may you be able to say at the last fleeting moments of this life: 'I have fought a good flght, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.' Then we will know that there is life In all things if we would but see it, even in death there's life beyond the grave." ORANTUD ftETIRf MlirtTS HARttlSBtmo, June 3.—At the S**y mfe»tlflg of the sihoisl employes' retirement board flfteeft school employes were granted retirement allowances. They had served in the public schools of Pennsylvania for periods ranging from twenty to forty-eight years as follows: Charles M. Bowerman, Jackson B*st Taylor township, Gambia, thirty- three years of service; J. L,. Bowman, Bast Taylor twonship, Cambria, thirty- three! Enoch-tt. Hartllne. Earl township, Berks county, forty-five: Martin Kauffman, Delaware township. .luni- ata. thirty-one; Luther S. Klnzer. Fayette township, Juniata, forty- eight; Thomas F. Koehler, Bushklll Spectator Sport Pumps AVIflTE BUCK, TAN TRIM, SMAHTLY STVUE0 $7.50 STEP-INS , ,• GINGRICH 1409 llth Ave. P. 8. Ott*. f»e«ft Cnmt»«I««*. hmjr-tftiws; Ullfan W. Relder. Wflttamsport, twenty; 8«rtfe C. F. RMg-ertf Rockhllt towtisWp, Bucks, forl^-ireven; G. William Stewart, Windsor township, torlc county, forty-one; J. C. Van V«chten, Union towrtslilp, TlOgA coupnty, twenty/Mx; A. A. Arnold. Upper Allen township, Cumberland,- thirty-four; H. S. Jacoby, Lincoln Ind., Lancaster, thirty-one; Josephine Kennedy, Scott township. Lackawanna, thirty-four; William P. Spargrove, Pittsburgh, twenty-four. VELVEET- . WIlMflMI % r«*t «rtw» -* Mfe Gifts G i f t s KOCH and TOOLE Altoona Hi Graduates! YOUR DIPLOMA FRAMED 75c to $1.45 Special Designed Frame with A. H. S. Emb«i»M<f On Frame $1 45 Complete 1316 TWELFTH AVENUE G I f t 8 Gifts Wednesday and Thursday i in Book Trough End Table A gorgeous new desig^i never before offered at this 1 price. Top an exact reproduction of the finest quality Butt Walnut Veneer; Fancy designed ends and trough; A most unusual value at $8.95. EATE ST 2 DAY SAL Ill cooperation with the largest manufacturer of occasional furniture we are enabled to offer these marvelous values for two days only at $8.95 each. Each piece carefully selected as to style and finish. Beautiful Telephone Set Artistic in every line, a beautiful piece of furniture. Fancy rail, large directory space, graceful turned legs. Comfortable chair. e Table Top and Chair Seat finished in a rich re?reduction of the nest quality Veneers. An unusual value at $8.95. o 5O*A WEEK In order to demonstrate the convenience of having, an account here, any item on this page will be delivered for 95c first payment, and 50c a week. Upholstered Pull-Up Chair Luxurious Pull- Up Chair suitable for use in any room. Beautiful Muld-Color Jacquard back, seat in harmonizing Velours. Rich Walnut finish, very strong construction. f Hand Painted Lamp Artistic shade with hand p»itrt» ed decorations, trimmed with imported bead friogt. Beauti* ful large Vidrio shaft, plated spiral standard, heavy base. For this sale $8.99; Hand Painted Bridge Lamp Beautiful Glace Shade hand painted by artists, with deep imported bead fringe. Heavy all plated stand•rd with large Vidrio shaft and ornamental base. Artistic arm with adjustable socket. Sewing Cabinet Rich brown Walnut finish in authentic design Two large pockets and three drawers Removable spool tray. For two days only, $8.95. )** Wonderful Value Occasional Table Handsome full size oc casional table beautiful!) designed and finished with the top in an exact reproduction of the finest quality Butt Walnut Veneer. Easily worth twice the price and a value that will be long remembered. For two days only, $8.95 —delivered to your home for 95c first payment. Genuine Reproduction of Most Expensive Woods All pieces indicated with arrows are finished in beautiful grained effect, an exact reproduction of the finest and most expensive Butt Walnut Veneers. Above illustration gives you only a faint idea of the unusual and effective finishes used in these pieces of furniture. Prices are very exceptional. Unusual Console Table for $8.95 Rich design, in Walnut hand rubbed finish. Top extremely beautiful, exact reproduction of finest matched Butt Walnut Veneers. At this price a very exceptional \ value—$8.95. Copyrighted 19J« The Dearborn Ct. 95c Will Deliver Any Article on This Page Summer Goods Here you will find llic largest autl most complete line of summer furniture ever shown in Alloona. l j oruh rockers, gliders, woven fibre suites; slick iced furniture, porch swings, etc. , Really any tiling the home needs for summer can be round in our immense slock; and 01 prices within everybody's income. We invile you to use your phurge account, or open a Wolf account tomonow, ALTodNA'8 COMPLETE HOMC FURNISHING STORB FURNITURE COMPANY Just Received Our first carload of the famous new 1930 Blackstoue Model A Washer. Without a doubt the greatest washer value iu America today. New Blackslone features, all porcelain enameled tub, general electric ',4 horse power motor, durex bearings, special coiled spring motor suspension eliminating all hum, vijiralion, noise and grinding; finished beautiful! v in green and ivory enamel. A'sk for demonstration of this "wonder washer" tomorrow, bold on Wolf's unusual easy terms. "Ulll.T UV \J1EKK .Vs. WACU1MS6." JlAM ; *'Al'l - l UKB Of

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