Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 3, 1930 · Page 18
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, June 3, 1930
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NEWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING TOWNS HOLLIDAYSBURG ^ ffhe weekly meeting of the Hollidays- 'IhHS Klwahis club will be held this llVfening at 6.30 o'clock at the Capitol fiotcl and will be preceded by a din- ftftr. The Speaker of the evening will b* Maurice J. Hamilton, warden of flie Blair county jail. Mr. Hamilton tfrlll select his own subject for this • meeting. Jack Matthews will have charge of the entertainment program. iVancis N. Paris, retired Pennsylva- ttla railroad draftsman, residing on Hickory street, has been confined to MB Home by illness, during most of the time since his return from Florida where he and Mrs. Paris spent the winter. Miss Nora King, daughter of Burgess and Mrs. Harry G. King, a 1929 graduate of the Hollidaysburg High school j <ind a clerk lor the past year in Leedom's drug store, has been notified of ] her acceptance as a student nurse at | Hahnemann college hospital. Philadcl- | phia, where x she will later po to enter | upon training. i Andrew Karl, resident of Garbcr ! Street, has purchased the William P. j Shade business and apartment bloek at ] the corner of Pine and Union streets. ] In which the Lonesome Pine tea room was once located. Mr. Karl intends alterations to the building, eliminating tile business feature of the structure and making it over entirely into apartments. i Elmer J. Brubaker. residing at 501 Pine street, is making nil excavation 0h the Union street side of his home preparatory to erecting an addition to his home. To accomplish this, it was necessary for him to grub out an immense sized pear tree which has been furnishing that calibre of fruit for the denizens of that particular home for considerable more than half a century. For Kent — Modern brick house, six rooms. Good locution. Inquire 700, North street. Phone 100-W. Adv. Apartment for rent. All conveniences. Lasser Shoe Shop. Phone 84-J Adv. FOR RENT—Apartment, 5 rooms and bath. 435 Montgomery street. Call •!. i. Karbella, 107-W. Adv. FOR RENT—5 room apartment with porch. Phone 87-W, 1106 Allegheny St. Adv. FOR SALE—3-yenr-old home. 6 rooms and bath. ^Inquire 808 Jones St.—Adv. FOR SA.LK—Combination coal and Ifas "Glcmvoood (Jo'cl Medal rniijfi:"; also metal bed with Nprings. Mr.s. J. M. Shuck, 602 Penn Street. Adv. Genuine Frigidaire Service at WOLF FURNITURE CO. 'Authorized Frig-idalre Dealers" 1501-48 Utb Ave. Olnl S110 Fine Shoe Repairing By the Goodyear Welt System LASSER'S SHOE STORE The residence of Mr. and Mrs. David Freidenbloom In Gnysport was the scene of a very delightful social time on Friday 1 evening. May 30, when their daughter-in-law Mrs. Clara Freiden- bloorn entertained a large number of friends in honor of her 24th birthday anniversary. The evening was devoted to social diversions, including music. In honor of her natal day, the honor guest was the recipient of a choice collection of beautiful and useful gifts, together with many postcards and letters bearing ronRTntulntory messages. The rrowning event of the evening was the serving of a delicious luncheon, which included the choicest viands of the season. The festal board was adorned with n birthday cake festooned with lighted candles. Gorgeous bouquets of choice pink roses were effectively arranged on the dining table and the other decorations were artistically carried out in pink and white. Those participating were Mr. and Mrs. William Freidenbloom of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hartman of Pittsburgh. A. E. Freidenbloom of Lewistown, Mr. and Mrs. John Holden and Robert Walters of Orbisonia, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Socie and daughters Misses Mary and Helen Socie of Reservoir. Miss Laura Freidenbloom, Mrs. David Freidenbloom and sons Charles, Merriy and Jacob Freidenbloom, Mrs. Edison Wertz and daughters Corena, Mildred. Delia and Lucretla Winifred Wertz, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Imler and son Bernard and daughter Elwilda and Belva Imler, Warren, James and Herbert Wertz and Miss Sarah Alverta Wertz, all of Hollidaysburg, Mr. and Mrs. William Robison of Juniata, Frank Brubaker, Brook Brubaker and sons Brook, jr., and Byron of Cross Keys, Mr. and Mrs. J. Brumbaugh, Lewis Burgoon, Mr. and Mrs. John Burgoon, Mr. and Mr.s. Lewis Garland, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Sccnry and sons Edward and Junior. John Caulks and Mr. and Mrs. David Garland, all of Hollidaysburg. Gilbert H. Frank, president of the First National bank of Newport, and his wife, together with Mrs. Anna C. Mauk of Harrlsburg, a, sister-in-law, a.nd Misses Katherine a.nd Sarah Rickabaugh of Millerstown, motored to Hollidaysburg on Thursday and called on Rev. and Mrs. B. -H. Hart at the Methodist parsonage. After a few minutes rest they proceeded to Pittsburgh where they will be joined by Dr. and Mrs. Edward Fawcett and motor to Detroit to spend several days with an aged relative. Mrs. Mauk will visit at the parsomige until the return of the rest of .her party some time next week. County Treasurer Max C. Dunmire will hold sale of Blair county lands for tax next Monday and on Friday, June 13, Sheriff Robert A. Cook will place the properties of a long list of debt delinquents on the auction block. The June meeting of the Excelsior Missionary society of the Zion Lutheran church will be held on Friday evening, June 6, at 7.30 o'clock in the parish house. The leaders will be Mrs. Harry Mattern, Mrs. Charles S. Lemon and Mrs. Howard M. Helsel. The subject for discussion will be "Our Church and Its Share In World Missions Leaders." Dr. David Creamer of Washington, D. C., and brother Dr. Frank Creamer of Pittsburgh were visitors this week to their native town, having come here to attend the funeral services of their mother. (Additional Hollidaysburg on Page 19) LAST TIMES ec AN D "Under A Texas E Moon" OUR GANG in "SHIVEKING SHAKESPEARE" All Talking WED. AND THURS. "AVIATOR" PATHE SOUND NEWS 150 LOTS 50x120 Ft. Will Be Sold At Public Sale Saturday Afternoon June 7th, 1930 2:00 O'clock Willowbrook Addition to Duncansville Borough Along 6th Ave. road approaching Duncansville from Altoona. 3 blocks from new Airport. 10 minutes drive from Altoona. Terms: $25.00 down. $2.50 week or $10.00 per month. No one can afford to be without a home. We finance new hornet, if you buy a lot. Restricted district with all conveniences except gas. Sale will be conducted on plot FREE PSS ? For More Information—Phone 128J Hollidaysburg si I ii !i ii ii !i ii Si ii ii ii !i ii ii ii a DUNCANSVILLE Mid-week prayer services will be resumed at the Evangelical Lutheran church on Wednesday evening, at 7.30 o'clock, after being omitted for the past two weeks by reason of other services. The pastor, Rev. G. B. Har- TYRONE Thursday evening, at 7.45 o'clock, a tnass meeting of all the Methodist church school officers, teachers, class officers and representatives will be man, -will be the speaker. At 6.30 j held in the Columbia Avenue Methodist o'clock, one hour precding the prayer ' ' ...... ..... • service, there will be a meeting of the young people of the church and Sunday school to further plans for the annual Children's Sunday, June 15. day exercises Supt. Charles W. Clapper, has asked for a full attendance at this rehearsal. After being residents of Duncans- vine for the past number of years, Ray Young and family have vacated the Richard Young property In the 800 block on Third avenue, to become residents of Altoona, moving the latter part of last week. Joseph Kirkham of Struthers, O., has returned home after motoring here for the week-end, which was spent visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs.' J. H. Dunkel and daughter Genevieve, former residents of Altoona have become residents of this place at 805 Third avenue. Dunkels have taken a lease on The this property, formerly the G. R. Koon store, and it is being remodeled for a tea room and tourist inn, to be ready in the near future. A gas station is being placed on the adjoining property, while a tourist camp will occupy the large plot across the street, which has also been leased by the Dunkels, with option to purchase later. Nearly a score of the 99 members of the HoIHdaysburg'High school class of 1930 who will receive their diplomas at the commencement exercises on the coming Thursday evening are from Duncansville and vicinity. Those who will be graduated include: Regina Black, Amy ,Burns, Edwin Clapper, Marian Clapper, Martha Delozier, Emily Focht, Gladys Gearhart, Marie Gearhart, Harvey Hoover, Dorothy Jackson, Thomas Jackson, Eleanor Kirkham, Ralph Krider, Margaret McDonald, Regina Meadows, Grace Rhodes, Thelma Stiffler, Lois Treese and Paul Vipond, jr., all of Duncansville and immediate vicinity. Of these Gladys Gearhart, Eleanor Kirkham, Edwin Clapper and Marie Gearhart were honor Vudents, having averages above 92. The graduates are receiving the congratulations of their friends. Weather permitting, there will be a twilight baseball game played at Carnegie park this evening between the Duncansville Independents and the McMahon Dairy team of Altoona. The game will begin shortly after 5.30 o'clock and fans are all invited out to the park for the game. Mrs. John Mutzabaugh of 1108 Fourth avenue has returned home after spending the past several days visiting at Duncannon at the home of her aged mother and other relatives and friends in her native town. While here on Sunday at the home of Miss Nora Biesecker at 901 Third avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Biesecker and son Nick of Wilkinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Griffith and daughter of Altoona, visited the homestead of Mrs. Biesecker, the former Funk farm, now the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Claar at the south boundi-y of the borough, where many delightful and a. few sad incidents were recalled to mind. The group motored here and spent the day visiting relatives and friends in this region. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Fry of Fourteenth street and their little nephew, Raymond Thompson of Newry, have returned home from East Waterford. Pa., where they were holiday and week-end visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fry. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stewart and family of Forest Hills, Pa., were entertained here on Sunday at the home of his brother, Charles R. Stewart and family of 1119 Fourth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piper of Cumberland, Md., were over-Sunday visitors here at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Piper and other friends. ' Miss Ardith Mobley of Portage has returned to her home after a pleasant visit during the past several days here at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Ritchey. Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Brown and daughter of Detroit, Mich., were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Liebegott und a number of other former neighbors and friends. The Browns will be remembered as former residents of this place, residing at the Mrs. Anna M. Lalse Phillips property on East Third avenue (luring 1922. The Browns have resided at Pittsburgh and Detroit since leaving here. They stopped off here en- route home, after a vacation motor tour to New York and New Jersey cities. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis and son Carl, jr., and Miss Betty Morrison all of Confimaugh and Mi. E. Andrews of State College were Sunday callers at the home of Paul S. Vipond and family at New Portage Junction. Mr., and Mrs. Guy H. Lotz and son Harold und Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Lotz all of this place enjoyed an automobile trip to Gettysburg and vicinity a few days ago. Mrs. Harry Mason and daughter Delores of Jamestown, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Keller of Alloona were week-end visitors here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Keller at 1210 Fourth avenue. Dr. H. A. Wright motored to Calvin, Huntingdon county, on Sunday und spent the day visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Prudence Wright. This vicinity's increasing number of aviation funs had a real treat- during the past few days when Pilot Lees from a Troy,. O., aeroplane factory, arrived at the airport of the Central Pennsylvania Airways, inc., here with a new stunt plane and gave a series of hair-raising exhibitions of fancy flying, his list of stunts including all the thrillers possible to execute in this region of somewhat tricky air currents. The plane stopped oil here for the week-end, enroute eastward. Mrs. Lees, wife of the aviator, is a former Hollidaysburg girl. Mrs. John S. Vipond of New Portage Junction was at Bellefonte on Monday attending the funeral of a relative. James Gabls and family of Wehnwood visited here on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Snider at 1145 Third avenue. MARTINSBURG On Friday William Goelinour on South Market street, met with a pain- 1'ul acciuent when his neighbor on the opposite side of the street, L. R. Hoi- singer was cutting down a large locust tree. In order to fall the tree in the right direction, it was necessary to attach a rope to it and pull on it. Air. (jochnour voluntarily took a rope over and assisted by pulling uji the rope. The rope bloke causing him to throw all his weight on his lull leg which broke both bones above the ankle. He was carried to his huine and a doctor was called to reduce the fractures. Lewis Sliowalter of Ohio came to the home of his parents Air. and Airs. J. H. Shuwaltci 1 on Thursday evening and remained till Saturday morning when he started for Washington, D. C lie will be gone a week. Miss Helen Woodcock left on Sunday evening to spend a week or ten days with relatives at Lancaster. church. This Includes the above named persons from the four churches of this faith in the Tyrone district. The various phases of the church school work will be the general discussion theme of the meeting. All persons will be cordially welcomed and the church school workers are especially urged to reserve Thursday evening for this very Important program. A number of Tyrone people are planning to attend the Harpster reunion to be held this year on Thursday, June 5, at Gatesburg. Elaborate preparations are being made for this reunion, including the day's program and the eats. A very cordial welcome always awaits the friends of the Harpster families at their reunions. The swimming pool at the Athletic park opened this afternoon. It had been the intention of the committee in charge to have this very popular recreational center ready for the bathers on Monday afternoon, but unavoidable circumstances pi-evented carrying out these plans, but the patrons were delighted with the opportunity this afternoon and a large crowd was present for the opening day. The park never looked prettier than at this time. Everything Is In splendid shape for the pleasure of the Y. M. C. A. membership folks. John Shollenberger and Vance Wertz will serve the acquatic devotees as life guards and swimming instructors. Word has been received that Private Arthur H. Ohrtman, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, will graduate from the Army Signal school at Fort Monmouth' on June 6. Private Ohrtman is a son of Mrs. John D. Ohrtman of 519 Park avenue, Tyrone, and has been enrolled in the Army Signal school in the telephone maintenance course since Sept. 10, of last year. Graduation exercises will be held in the picturesque grove of trees on the banks of the Shrew- bury river just south of the post on the morning of June 6. The graduating class will be addressed by Major General George S. Gibbs, chief signal officers of the army, who will also present the students with their diplomas. The Forth Monmouth band will take part in the graduation exercises. Upon graduating, Private Ohrtman expects to remain in the service where he will enter upon his new duties as telephone maintenance man. The Army Signal school at Fort Monmouth where Private Ohrtman has been studying for the last nine months is one of the best trade schools in the country and each year turns out nearly three hundred graduates, many of whom return to civil life and enter upon the occupations for which they prepared themselves >at the signal school. Robert Biddle returned Sunday from a very delightful visit to New York city. The Honor Roll association of the Pennsylvania Railroad company will hold their June meeting, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. parlors. Any retired veteran who desires to attend this meeting but is physically unable to walk, Is requested to notify either W. L. Cohill, or Judson VanScoyoc, who will see that transportation is arranged, both to and from the Y. M. C. A. The program committee has arranged a unique nf- falr for this first of the suramer functions and among some of the business to be considered at this meeting will be plans for several outings which promise to give unlimited pleasure and entertainment. It is hoped that every retired man, so far as possible, will make a special effort. The monthly meeting of the official board of the First Methodist church will be held in the church school building this evening at 8 o'clock. Some very important business problems will be considered and every official member of the church is urged to be present. The daily vacation Bible school of the First Methodist church, opened Monday morning, June 2, at 9 o'clock, under the direction of the pastor, Rev. H. Willis Hartsock, who will be assisted by a group of teachers who have had considerable experience in teaching the Bible. The school is conducted for the children of tha Fiiat. church but children from other schools will be accepted, but a smivl tuition fee will be charged to defray the expenses of the exira pupils. The course to be studied during the two weeks duration of the school, will include memory work, story telling, hand work and music. Children of the school age up to nnd including the sixth grade are included in the ages for registration. The primary group is In charge of Miss Mary Stryker and Miss Elizabeth Van- Scoyoc, while the junior group is under the leadership of Miss Nell Shtffler and Mrs. Clara Eyer. A general assembly period will convene at 9 o'clock. The doors of the church school building, where the sessions are being held, will be opened at 8.50 o'clock. Following the assembly period, which will be in charge of the pastor, the two groups will repair to separate rooms for their study periods. It is the plan of the committee in charge of the school to hold a public commencement exercise, which will give a thorough demonstration of the work accomplished during the school period. The sessions last only two hours, the time for dismissal being set at 11 o'clock. It is the desire of those in charge that every child of the church and Sunday school be enrolled in this daily Bible school and for them to come in promptly, in order to obtain the greatest benefit of the various classes. The regular meeting of the Knights of Columbus will be held this evening at 7.45 o'clock. Officers will be elected and it is desired that a full attendance of the membership be on hand for this important meeting. BELLWOOD ELDORADO Miss Ei-ma Baird, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Baird of 310 Penn street, is spending her sunjmer vacation at the Pocono mountains. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Musser of 812 Fifty-eighth street spent Memorial day at the home of Dr. R. H. Meek of Avis. Mrs. Harry Kuhn of Lakewood spent Memorial day at the home of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. William M. Shultz of 500 Fifty-eighth street. Mrs. C. F. Smith of Newport spent Memorial day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saucer of 571 Wesley avenue, and on Saturday the' Saucers, accompanied by Mrs. Smith, motored to Manns Choice to visit at the home of Mrs. Ben McCarney, a sister of Mrs. Smith. J. F. Westbrook of 800 Fifty-sixth street attended the league baseball game in Philadelphia on Memorial day. The Sadler Bible class of the Fifty- eighth Street Methodist church will meet Thursday evening. Each member is asked to bring along a ten cent article. Mr. and Mrs. John Wagner of 210 Pennsylvania street spent Memorial day at Milton and motored to Daniel's cemetery near Richlleld. This evening there will be official board meeting • in the Fifty-eighth Street Methodist church followed by a meeting of the trustees. Miss Cora Culbertson, who is teaching in New York, .spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Culbertson of Broad avenue extension. Herbert Smeigh, son of Mr. and Mrs. P A. Smeigh of 542 Fifty-first street, who has been a patient at the Altoona hospital following a double mua- toid operation, is in a serious condition. GREENWOOD One of the finest Memorial day services ever given in this community was held in the Greenwood -cemetery on Memorial day. The parade proceeded from the car line to the top of the hill and was headed by the band of Veterans of Foreign Wars. The Orangemen's band of Juniata was also in line und several hundred children, with school and Sunday school teachers. The evangelistic services which have been conducted in the church for the past four weeks, closed with the Sunday evening service. Therefore, the classes of the Sunday school and various organizations will hold their postponed business meetings, as follows. This evening at 7, Wide Awake class covered'dish luncheon; this evening at 7.30, Secret Service class; Wednesday, 7.30, prayer meeting with special instructions for the new converts; Thursday evening, 7.30, Willing Workers; Friday evening, 7.30, choir practice. Every member is urged to be present; Saturday evening, 7.30, quarterly conference. This is the last conference of the year and it is desired truA every member be present to give the necessary reports of their departments; Sunday (all day) will be observed as Pentecostal day. Special music will be rendered by the choir und the conference superintendent. W. S. Wilson, will deliver both morning and evening sermons. ROARING SPRING The Young People's Missionary society of the Lutheran church will not meet this evening, as announced. The date for the meeting will be announced later. ' Charles McEhvain, who has been working In New Jersey for the paat several months, returned home tor R few days visit on Memorial day, ae- compan'led by Edward New, a friend. They returned to New Jersey again on Sunday. C. M. Estep and wife and baby and Harve Estep, residents of Detroit, motored east on Wednesday. They visited friends and relatives In Altoona and Bellwood. They returned to Detroit early Sunday morning to continue their positions as foremen in the Ford plant. Orlando E. Leddy has returned to Bowman's Technical school at Lancaster after spending several days at his home. Mrs. Dorsey De Reiner has returned from Nason hospital. Roaring' Spring, and is now recovering nicely at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. H. N. DC Remer. Mrs. H. H. Invin, injured in an automobile accident about a week ago, is still at the Bellefonte hospital. Her broken leg is still too swollen to set and an X-ray has been ordered. Her daughter Aida, with her at^ the time of the accident, was brought to her home and is now recovering rapidly Percy Mulhollem, former proprietor of the Bellwood news stand, now In business in St. Petersburg, Fla., has arrived in Bellwood and will spend his summer vacation at his cottage at Spruce Creek. He will be joined soon by his wife and daughter who stopped to visit relatives in Baltimore. Mrs. Paul Lloyd and son Wallace and daughter Barbara have been guests for a few days at the home of Mrs. Lloyd's parents Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Walters. Bellwood Booster association announces that all stores of the town will be closed each Thursday afternoon of June, Ju.y and August in accordance with the summer closing. The first closing will be this week. William Beatty and wife and daughter Helen of Brcckenridge were; Decoration day and week-end guests at the 'home of Mr. Beatty's sister Mrs. C. A. Wulfert. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williamson and (laughters Anna Jane and Sally of Cleveland, O., are guests at the home of Mr. Williamson's mother and sister Mrs. Laura Williamson and Miss Katherine Williamson. Mrs. Anthony Visk of Cleveland, O., here for several weeks as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Visk, returned to her home. She was accompanied home by her sister-in-law Miss Margaret Visk who expects to be absent for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers nnd family of New Jersey, accompanied by their daughter Mrs. Emma Banca of New York, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rodgers. LOYSBURG Mr. and Mrs E. H. Gorsuch and son of Clarion were callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bassler, Memorial day. JUNIATA Miss Margaret Rowland, 111 Thirteenth avenue is entertaining her friend, Miss Margaret Sylvanua of South Bend, Ind. Miss Sylvanus motored here and next week she will be accompanied by Miss 'Howland in continuing her trip to Washington, D. C., and New York City going from there to her home In South Bend, where Miss Howland will spend her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes and two children of Detroit, Mich, motored here and are visiting with Mrs. Hughes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McMullin, 318 Eighth avenue. Miss Katharyn Neidigh of 316 Seventh avenue has returned from a visit with friends in Hagerstown, Md. and Gettysburg. Rev. H. W. Bender, pastor of St. John's Lutheran church accompanied by his daughter, Miss Lois left today for the Tressler's Orphan's Home at Loysville, Perry county to attend the annual- meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Tressler home, which will be held. Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Bender will return home' Thursday. Mr and Mrs. J. A. Rhaesa and son Don of Elizabeth, N. J., motored here and spent the week-end with their grandmother, Mrs. Junlata Wertz, 906 Second street. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Rhaesa's mother, Mrs. Grace Epler, who had been visiting with them for a month. The Community Bible class of St. Paul's Reformed church will meet this evening to continue the study of the book of Genesis. Every one welcome. Miss Florence Fisher of Cleveland, O spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Young, 408 Sixth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Showers. 217 Ninth avenue has returned from a week-end visit with friends in Lewistown. The Loyal Women's Bible class of the Grace Evangelical Sunday school will meet this evening at 7.45 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Catharine Showers, 807 Second street. The members are urged to be present. GLASGOW Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller and children Randall, Virginia, Thelma, Gerald, Bruce, Clyde, Ruth and Catherine and Mrs. Catherine Weimert motored to Martinsburg recently where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Golden. Mrs. Weimert remained in Martinsburg with her daughter Mrs. Golden. The following participated in a very happy ..outing Thursday, May 29, after motoring to Wire Rock, near Patton. A picnic dinner was enjoyed and the afternoon was spent fishing. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Noel and son Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. David Rlckurd and children Martin and Alice, Cressie Bender, Virginia Marion, Lillian McCrea- dle, Mae Noel, Anna Noel, Lillian Noel, Ruth Noel, Gladys Potter, Georgie Noel. Esther Swan, Herbert Noel, Philip R. Noel, jr., James Rickard, Lawrence Noel, George Noel, Raymond Noel, Joseph Noel, Charles Noel, James Noel, Thomas Noel, Philip Noel, Francis Noel and H. B. Noel composed the party. The Vacation Bible School of U»« St. John's congregation will open Monday morning, June 9, at 9 o'clock. Miss Anna Eliza White Will be the sufier- vising principal and Mlas Uerlrude Berry will serve as secretary, the various departments will be in charge of the following: Kindergarten,. Mrs. Rebecca Wolfe; primary, MfBV George Buddie;,junior, Miss Elisabeth Bos* Bert; Intermediate, Miss Attha .Eliza White, Miss Alva Krider and Miss Relda Bullck will serve as assistant teachers. A meeting of the officers and teachers will be held Friday evening, June 6 at the Lome of th* supervising principal, Miss Anna- Bliza White, 1511 Sixth avenue. Camp 152 Patriotic Order of Americans held the annual Memorial senates for their deceased members, Sunday afternoon. Rev. M. S. Bitner, paitor of the Otterbein United Brethren church was the speaker, bringing a forceful message In honor of the members of the order who have passed into the great beyond andnls hearers were greatly impressed with the address. The memorial staff of the order ex- emrjlifled the exercises In honor of their sisters who have died during the past year and the service throughout was very impressive. Rev. Teufance McAlarney was present and pronounced the benediction. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lytle and daughter Sara of 218 Seventh avenue spent Memorial Day with friends In State College. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ebrlght, Pittsburgh were Saturday visitors In home of their cousins, Mr. and R. R. Bain, 215 Ninth avenue. Owing to the absence of the pastor,' the Council meeting of St. John's Lutheran church, which was scheduled for this evening will be postponed until Tuesday evening, June 10. Every member of the Memorial staff of Mitanka Council No. 249 Degree of Pocahontas is urged to be present at the regular meeting, Wednesday evening, June 4 for rehearsal. The L. B. club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Carl Matlack, 1112 Sixth avenue. The ladles enjoyed the evening, the hostess serving a dainty luncheon. The guests were Mrs. C. E. Cunningham, Mrs. W. M. Fink, Mrs. Cloyd HoLton, Mrs. Ray Thomas, Mrs. W. B. Matlack and Mrs. A. S. Hamer. Mrs. Ed McCalamant of Philadelphia; John Brotherton of Pittsburgh and Mr. and Mrs. Norrls Martz of Lemont, Centre county, were recent visitors with Junlata relatives. The Nota Beno Mission circle of the First Methodist church will meet this evening at the home of Miss Mildred Fink, 913 Boulevard. All members are urged to be present. The Woman's Missionary society of Trinity Lutheran church will meet this evening at 7.30 o'clock in Trinity hall. A good attendance is urged for the election of officers. JUNIATA THEATRE "HALF MARRIAGE" With Olive llortlen Comedy und Vltnplione ."China Night" Apt. for rout. Inquire Price's store. Adv. ROARINU Hl'KING THEATRE Tuesday, June 3rd. "Salute" with George O'Brien, Helen Chandler and Stepln Fetchlt. Rivalry—West Point cadet with a kid brother at Annapolis. Great football and training scenes. Also Comedy. f THE THEME SONG OF SMAKT SUMMER UltESS BELGIAN LINEN SUITS Trim uuil finely tailored lo a degree- of smart styling never before achieved in summer clothing . . . Easy Hilling and delightfully cool lo wear . . . washable, fashionable. COAT, VEST TROUSERS 18 .50 SEE Ol'H WINDOW DISI'I-AYS Biqjey Altoona Booster Stores Offering to Our Suburban Day Customers An Amazing Value in TABLE A fortunate purchase of these beautiful lamps enable us to price them for Wednesday at less than half their former price. Complete A pottery base in a wide assortment of colors with latest pattern, parchment shade to match the base. ONE OF THE GREATEST LAMP VALUES WE HAVE EVER OFFERED NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS ONLY ONE JO A CUSTOMER Be On Hand Early On Suburban Day, a Value Like These Won't Last For Long. 1 X i

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