Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 3, 1930 · Page 19
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ilaureate ; s«fvies «v*flfni & th« ttf ashy ^ i-eh, At laiJ.Viai M«& filddle at the pipe organ, the t6iwt was start** wnn R<sgis ftttd Jeah Smith, representatives £hs Jtiftlbr elds*, leading the largest class In the history of the Wllllams- btff'g' ttlfcn School to Its baccalaureate seTfttoft. *he' class, clothed in gray Cifrt and gowns, was accompanied by the faculty of the High school. The invocation tyas given by Rev. Samuel ft. MdcPhee, pastor of the Presbyterian Church. Hymn, "Come Thou Almighty King," was sung and was followed by Rev. J. W. Glover, pastor of the Methodist church, reading the scripture lesson and prayer by Rev. li. K. Zlegler, pastor of the Church of the Brethren. The offering and an- nouncemehta was next and was fol- , lowed by the anthem, "Largo," by Handel, being sung by the senior class choir with Dean Fay at the pipe organ. The hymn, "O Master Let Me Walk VVlth Thee," was sung and was followed by the sermon, "Man Cannot Live by Bread Alone," by Rev. Frederick D. Byster, pastor of "Trinity Reformed church and prayer by ReV. fiyster. Ralph R. Whittaker, jr., sang the solo, "Absent" by Metcalf. The hymn,, "My Faith Looks Up to Thee," was sung and the benediction was pronounced by Rev. L. K. Zlegler. The congregation remained seated until the recessional was over. The service was well attended. On Memorial day the following children and other relatives were entertained to dinner at the home of E. T. Clark: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ayer of Philadelphia, Mrs. Ida Clemson and daughter Anna of Altoona, Mrs.* Clyde Jacobs and daughter Margaret Bell Council of Hollldaysburg, Mr. and Mrs Edgar Clark and son Thompson of Altoona, Mrs. Dean Clark of Lewistown and Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Butler and daughter Dorcas of town. Rev. J. M. Rearick, a former pastor of the Wllliamsburg Lutheran pastorate, now a resident of Mifflln, spent ' several days visiting his son Paul Rearick and family of Second street. John Snare of Scottdale is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. isaac Snare of Cedar Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snare of town accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Coy of DuilcansvUle on a trip to Washington, D. C., over the week-end. Mrs. Mildred Botts Stultz and brother George Botts of Mlddlctown spenl several days visiting at the homo of . Mrs. D. Ivan Stultz. The Alumni association of the local High school will hold a provision sale on Saturday afternoon in the office of . K*a*8 tofcsdt W\Mk *Ale a* well AS h6««wrAde .f'. '• " • • • ••" Mr* ay Mrs. BWwwwi tHstwile* afid sun James of Juniata were week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Det- wller and Mr. and Mrs. Lawsoft Gunnett. Vacation Bible or church Schools started a two weeks' term on Monday In the Presbyterian and Methodist churches. Classes for all ages of children. Zlon's Lutheran dally vacation Bible school will open for the i»30 session on Wednesday morning, June 4, at 9 o'clock. An Invitation Is extended to any child -who does' not attend any other Bible school. Each child is asked to bring his or her Bible along as this will bo a real Bible school. The following Is the list of teachers and the group they are to teach: Beginners' department, June Mounts, Mrs. Richard Lantzer, Grace Lower, Dorothy Eastep and Harriet Colbert; primary department, Mrs. Adda Wolf, Grace Westbrook, Mrs. J. E. Westbrook, Kathryn Patterson and Mrs. Oscar Lang; junior department, Anna Hoover, Nellie Lang, Lucy Btantner, Mrs. John Ketner and Mrs. Howard Treese; Intermediate department, Rev. V. D. Naugle, Mrs. Paul Rearick,, Mrs. Ross Lantzer, Mary Eastep and Walter Eastep. The last named in each department Is the regular assistant teacher. , Mr. and Mrs. Glair Hamer and children of Junlata were week-end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lang and family of Shelltown, a suburb of Wil- Itamsburg. Mrs. Hamer is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lang. Mrs. Ross Lantzer was a visitor with her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes of 1218 Spruce street, Hollldaysburg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ^Suckling of Hollidaysburg were week-end visitors of Mrs'. Suckling's mother Mrs. D. Ivnn Stultz. The Wllliamsburg Memorial day was observed in a very unique manner when at 9.30 in the morning a parade formed at Hotel Wllliamsburg anc marched to the Catholic cemetery and then to the Methodist and Lutheran cemeteries on Plum street, then to the Presbyterian cemetery where a shori memorial service was held with the Rev. Frederick D. Eyster, pastor 01 the Reformed church, as speaker. At each cemetery the graves of the soldier dead were decorated with flowers and the usual salute was ,flred at each The Willlamsburg band led the pro cession and are to be congratulate! after an absence of about two years In the afternoon at 3.45 a number 01 automobiles arrived In town and pro ceetled to the Presbyterian cemetery where a short service was held alonj. llulte, $HO Hist htt (teMft In an a*ci' dent test sumfner while flying- ft plane tf«w York and Wh6 -Wds a forrher lltMnSbufi bofr, s&elrtf service darns the World wW. th* purpose 1 of .he service'.was to place! a wrea'th on .he grata, being given by the Veterans of Foreign Wars ahd other mllU ary organizations of Altootoa and Blair county. • . Mrs. George Allison of near Petersburg -was a Sunday visitor with friends and relatives in town. Earnest Sollenberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sollenberger, who has been confined to the parental home on West Second street the past several months and to his bed since April 2, Is In a serious condition. MODERN ••• REFRIGERATION Kvcry ftllnulo Air In This Theatre Is UMMER PARADISE IS YOURS s of Cool, Clean, Crispy, Fresh' Air NOW FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OUR BIRTHDAY—YOUR PARTY It Will Make History—Even Greater Than "Over the Hill"—"Old Nest" A powerful drama o£ a mother w h o ,'inds a spectre .from the pu.st i menacing li c r nomo und happiness, and how H h o triumphH through the fourage a n loyalty of her youngest boy. With Belle Bennett Marian Nixon Leon Janney WARNER BROS, present MODERN REFRIGERATION OUR MAMMOTH $30,000.00 . SYSTPEM OF Refrigerated Air" IS NOW IN OPERATION We are iiianufai;lurliiK weather to keep you c:<)()l. and COM1''(>KT.\H1.IC while tile outside world In Hwoltorlnir with heat. Summer piirudUo Hint you have always dreamed of for you and your family. Tons of fool, crisp and Invigorating-, «eieii(ill- cally conditioned air will bu gently wafted down upon yoa from overhead — without causing draught*—giving you the Joy, delight and roiu- forl which comes when buliny air stirs gently over you. A new experience will await you at the Strand tlii'Utre. You will be captivated by the spicy, cuul atmosphere. CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA'S OFFICIAL COOLING STATION IS AT ^% WARNER BROS. V^ STRAND HOLLIDAYSBURG (Continued From Page 18) Miss Nellie Zimmerman of Tarentum, formerly assistant secretary of the Hollldaysburg Young Women's Christian association, spent Memorial day In the county capital as the guest of Miss Esther I. Williams. Miss Zimmerman is engaged in Y. W. C. A. work in Tarentum. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar K. Stuckey of 204 Maple avenue was the scene of a very delightful social time last Thursday evening when their daughter Miss Miriam entertained a number of her young friends In honor of her 13th birthday. The evening was devoted to social diversions. The hostess was the recipient of a choice collection of beautiful ahd useful gifts, attesting the esteem of her friends. A delicious luncheon was served. The festal board was adorned with a'large birthday cake, studded With thirteen lighted candles. The table decorations were effectively carried out In brlghl colors. Those who participated were Ernestine Robinson, Mary Carles, Mar- tiloyn> irauiintl sJAlTOTW f jrauimc iv,,. 8 , Riitfe Belief*, dhrletme Keiter, SHen« WhltC Matide Wafrfel, Mae Syle, fiffltly Blake, Alma Flftnfegan, jela ttelgofl, Margaret Colbert, Tneima Cembefltng, Florence Snyder, Doris Rooney, Marlelte ttelsel and Florence Mitchell. ' Mrs. Stta Brown of Clayton, N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morton of Philadelphia were entertained over the week-end at the residence of Mrs. Jrown's son-in-law Frank H. Ooodfel- 6w and his sister Miss Emma L. Goodfellow of 1011 Allegheny street. Commander George W. Smith, jr., and wife of 6i6 Walnut street, who lave been sojourning in Los Angeles, Calif., during the past winter, expect ;o arrive In HollidaySburg early this month. They will make the homeward ;rip by automobile, and expect to start ;he latter part of this week. Attorney and Mrs. Harry S. McKln- _ey of Pittsburgh, accompanied by their guests Kenejero MatSumota and daughters Misses Sonoko and Emlko, from Japan, were guests during the past week at the residence of Mrs. McKlnley's sisters Miss Mary V.' Bal- drlge and Mrs. Eleanor B. Hanna of 1001 Allegheny street. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Taylor and Mrs. James A. Jack of Greensburg are being entertained this week at the residence of Mr. ahd Mrs. Taylor's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. John B. Elliott of 520 Montgomery street. The members of the Golden Moments Sewing circle were delightfully entertained on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Harry M. Rhodes of 70f High street. The evening was profitably spent in sewing and In music PAINLESS DENTISTRY SWEET AIR Beer. In TT. S. Patent Office For painless extraction of teeth Work Guaranteed. Painless Dentist 1112 12th Ave. Altoona, Pa. Dally—9 to 6 p. m. Mon., Wed., Sat. 'till .8 p.. m. 2nd Floir, Above Orecn Lnntern Tea Room. Dial 2-1020 40c SPECIAL WEDNESDAY Individual Chicken Pot Pie Including bread, butter, coffee, 2 vegetables and salad. FAMOUS RESTAURANT 12th St., Next to Mt. City Bank , WftS* ,**<«! dl^ttfcHW, A **• letona luncheon wa* served td twelve guests. Mrs.' Samuel Stouffe* of tlS Allegheny street has gfofte to phttadetpfiia where She will be the guest of'her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woolover .and family. and Mrs. John W. Akers of 710 Clark street, accompanied by Dr. Akers' sister Miss Margaret. Akers and also by Mrs. Akers' sister Mrs. Harvey M. Treese will leave by'automo- bile today for Annapolis, Md. Robert Akers, son of Dr. and Mrs. John W. Akers, is a member of the graduating class of St. John's college at Annapolis and the party Is making the trip to attend the commencement ex erclses which will be held this week. Miss Helen H. Hastie of Pittsburgh is boarding at the Presbyterian home this month as the guest of her two aunts Mrs. Watters Hartman and Miss Hanna Holliday, Mrs. Huldah Leonard Prough of 300 Jackson street, who underwent an operation for appendicitis in the Altoona i*& ttwhrif I* noapiw*i ISBfc wewHt i» »»«™--* --—c —- teg and hope* it) B* able to retttm to her home in tfce neafr future Ernest Reid, presfdeflt of the „ People's Society of Christian Endeavor of the First Baptist church, announce* that the second of ft series of Bve special meetings on the general theme, "Leadership," will be presented at the weekly meeting of the society on Sunday evening, June 8, at 7.30 o'clock. Donald Dlckson will lead the meeting. A very distinctive musical program will be presented by the members of the girls' chorus Of St. John's Reformed church. The speaker will be George -Reid, who will give an address on the subject, "Prayer In the Life of Lead ers." An edifying feature of the pro gram will be an Instrumental piano solo by Miss Dorothy Lamison. All young people of the congregation are cordially Invited to this special service. Rev. Barnett H. Hart, pastor of the First Methodist church, announced that the annual Children's day services will be held on Sunday, June 8. Special Wednesday 5 to 9 p. m Roast Chicken Dinner 7Sc at GRANT Freshness for Your Window And So Inexpensive LYRIC THEATRE Last showing of Gloria Swanson In ."THE TRESPASSER" Also Comedy—-"His Birthday Suit" CASANAVE'S Established 50 Years Leather Traveling Goods Trunks—Umbrellas 1213 ELEVENTH STREET Opposite Fostolllce New Summer Curtains—whether you plan to make them or buy them read> made, purchasing at Grant's will save you money. 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