Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 8, 1929 · Page 27
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. a T. u. HOLD CONFERENCE County Workers at All-day Session In First Baptist Church — Directors (Jive Outline of Their Work. The Women's Christian Temperance union of Blair county held a county ' workers' conference In the First Baptist 'church yesterday under the direction of Mrs. Mary 'Sawtelle, county . president, who presided at the morn- Ing sessions. Mrs. Anna Kreutzpottit- ner, president of the' Altboha Union, had charge of the devotional period. She read the Scripture. lesson, tak* Ing as a special text, "Finally my brethren be strong in .the Lord and the power of His might." Mrs. Kreutz* pointner has been a faithful W. C. T. U. worker for the past forty years. A number of members prayed for the success of the union' during the coming year. Mrs. C. H. Reed of Holtldaysburg asked special prayer for Harry J. Ansllnger of Altoona, recently appointed by President Hoover to Investigate the prohibition situation throughout the county. An executive board session was held In the morning • and a large amount of routine business was transacted. It was decided to hold a. victory luncheon, plans for which will be made later. The executive board .will hold Its next session In Tyrone. .. Mrs. Anna Eves, county peace and \ arbitration director, conducted a beau- W>Mful noontide prayer service with a •'f number of the 'members .taking part. A luncheon was served In the church at noon and Rev. Carey S. Thomas, pastor of the First Baptist church, pronounced the invocation. A rising Vote of thanks -was given the ladles of the First Baptist church for their delicious luncheon. • The afternoon session opened with community singing with Mrs. Carey Thomas as director. Rev. Thomas offered prayer. Mrs. Sawtelle distributed the prize money awarded the Various unions at the state convention held at Warren recently for attaining the "Standard of Excellence." Mrs. Sawtelle also awarded a prize to Mrs. Gertrude Lyon, sclelUlne temperance instruction director, and three pennants won by the Loyal Temperance-legion under Mrs. rf. M. Bechtol. general secretary, and a badge of honor for the y6uth's roll call. * The following county directors gave ah outline of their work for the com* Ing year: Mrs. Sadie Hunniel, newly elected state welfare director; Mrs. David I. Gofsuch, general secretary 6t Young .People's branch; Mrs. Jennie Black, soldiers and sailors director; Mrs. John Bechtol, general secretary of Loyal Temperance legion; Mrs. George Calderwood. humane education director; Mrs. Etta Gathers,. flower mission and relief director; Mrs. Harry Thompson, Christian citizenship dl* rector; Mrs. Samuel Hartsock; Sunday school director; Mrs. Margaret Irwlti, union signal director; Mrs. Anna Eves, international relations director; Mrs. R. H. B. Woomei 1 , temperance and mission director; Mrs. H. B. Ayers, Americanization and publicity director. A letter was read by the secretary ff6m Miss Nellie Berg, medal content director, who could not be present, outlining her work. The delegates who •attended- the state convention reported on their impressions gained at the convention. They are as follows: .Mrs, 1 'Anna Eves, Mrs, Laura WestdA, Mrs.._C. C. Marks and Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper. ' . , Mrs. Sawtelle spoke briefly of the most Vital points concerning the work of the union and a vote of thanks was glvent he officials of the First Baptist church for the use of the church, to Rev. and Mrs.''.Thomas for their part In the convention, and to Mrs. Arthur Eardley, who presided at the piano. MBS. J. F. F1TZGIBBON DIES. BELLEFONTE, Nov. .—Mrs. John F. Fitzglbbon of Dover, N. J., a native of Centre county, died at the home of her brother, Frank Kohlbecker at Mtlesburg, at 5 o'clock on Wednesday morning, of complications, aged 40 •years, 3 months and 3 days. She was born in 'Mllesbuig, a daughter of Alois and Anna Mario Kohlbecker, both deceased. Surviving, In adUitlon to her husband) John F\ Fitzglbbon, are these sons and daughters: Michael, John; JtJNIATA THEATKE See and Hoar Movietone "THE BACHELOR'S GIRL" With William Collier, Jr., Jacqueline Logan and Thelma Todd. ' Comedy and News. Prices—tOc and 30c. RACCOON COATS We Sell Them Anywhere From A $100.00 Less Than Any Other Store. Nothing But First Class Merchandise. Fur Coats and Furs at Very Attractive Low Prices! Mantel's Guarantee Included. ' v Bepolrlng and Kemodellnr On Short Notice 'Under My Own, Personal Supervision." MAN DEL'/ The Leading Furrier 1426 Twelfth Ave. Dial 2-2258 ledals In Electrical Merchandise Table Lamps* All metal polychromed gold and green, with silk pleated shades of rose, green or orange. Very unusual bargain,. 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S'p e cial ^J Saturday ..... ^^ SPECfAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE NEW AUTOMATICRAT TOASTER and the EDICRAFT SYPHONATQR MRS. PEARL D. TUCH • ReDresentative THOg. A. EDISON, INC., ORANGE, N. J. PENN CENTRAL Mary Gertrude, arid a 2-day-old Infant, All at home. These brothers and sisters also survive: Stella, Emma. ienfy and Frank Kohlbecker, all of MllesbWPg; . Lewis Kohlbecker of Charleston, W. Va., Mrs. Mary Vulll- moftt of Keywaden, Clearfleld county, and Oliver Kbhlbecker of Jennnette. Private funeral services will be held from th« home in Milesburg, after which the cortege will proceed to the St. John's Catholic church in Belle- ottte where at 10 o'clock on Saturday morning requiem mass will be celebrated, Rev. .'father William E. Downed, officiating, interment will bo made In the Catholic cemetery. MissWiisT " AT 1ST BAPTIST Miss Chrlstabel PankhUrst oC Lorn don, King., w.lll be the guest of the rirst Baptist church of this city on No. 21 and 22. She will speak four imes during her visit to this city. Formerly, a leading suffragette who with her mother founded the once powerful Women's' Social and Political union; Miss Pankhurst is today an au> hority* on social and political problems. She has been a student of po- At¥QONA MIRROR^ffRtpAV >t NOVEMBER 8. 1929 LVRIO THEATRE Ken Maynard In "THE CANYON OF ADVENTURE" Comedy, "All Wet," and the FlnM Reckoning:," chapter No. 2. lltleal science all her life, having'been dedicated by her mother to the sacred cause of down trodden womanhood. Woman's suffrage never had a more militant champion. Hef name became known to the world over and she rose to be one of the most conspicuous leaders of the movement. The First Baptist church has arranged for Miss 1 Pankhurst's opening lecture to bo given Itt the Logan room of the PenmAlto hotel by courtesy of the management, to which the mem* bers of the various women's clubs of the city have been invited. This meet- Ihg will be held Thursday afternoon, Nov. 21. MM. William W. Blake will preside and Mrs. George Bott will be the guest soloist. . The other lectures will be given in the First Baptist church Thursday evening, Friday afternoon and evening, Nov. 21 and 22. The public is cordially invited to hear this distinguished visitor. Trees grown on the northern aido of a hill are said to make moro durable timber than.those grown on the south side. NICK LUCAS Star of "GOLD DIGGERS OF BROADWAY" On Brunswick Electrically Recorded Records Uncord No. 4418 "Painting the Clouds With Sunnlilne" ftnit "Tip Toe Thrirtiith the Tulip*" Alflo Mnny Other Nick Lucn« Records On Snlo at J. E. 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